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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1977
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1977


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jQC Sets Hearing Monday for Taunton


A formal hearing will begin in Panama
City Monday morning at the Bay County
Courthouse to air charges by the state
Judicial Qualifications Commission as to
whether Gulf County Judge David Taunton
has improperly used his office or not.
The hearing stems from an informal
inquiry made by the JQC last fall into charges
that Taunton was not following established
procedure in the conduct of his office. The
informal inquiry last fall convinced the JQC


investigator that there was "reason to
investigate". The investigation was conduct-
ed this past spring and 10 counts of mis-using
or breaking; the code of conduct lodged
against Judge Taunton.
Taunton had 20 days to respond to the
charges. He filed a simple denial of any
wrong doing.
In the meantime, other matters have
come to the attention of the JQC which has


boosted the number of charges by at least
three more counts. Taunton has also had the
opportunity to file a rebuttal to the new
charges.
If the JQC hearing goes against Judge
Taunton, there are several avenues of
punishment which can be applied. According
to informed sources, if the verdict goes
against Taunton, the matter will probably go
to the state Supreme Court for application.
Taunton's charges stemmed from a


speech he made last summer before the Gulf
County Commission charging George G.
Tapper, Representative William J. Rish and
Gulf County Clerk of the Court George Y.
Core with improper use of their political
power to enrich themselves. Added to the
matter of the public speech are several
complaints by county merchants who are
dissatisfied with the service they receive
from the Small Claims Court, which is
operated by Taunton.


County S ys "Make An Offer


Tells Bay County They'll "Talk About" Joining Council


The County Commission de- Tuesday, to flirt with Bay what they have to offer in the
cided, after much discussion County for a while and see way of inducement for Gulf to
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This is the spot at St. Joe Beach where Steve Gibbs, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gibbs dove into the water, breaking
his neck. -Star photo



Boys Save



Friend



From Death

Steve Gibbs Dragged from

Gulf After Breaking Neck
Bobby Plair, Billy Deeson beach. They laid him on the
and Steve Gibbs were having beach where the whole world
an enjoyable time at the beach seemed to stop as they noticed
last Wednesday, unsuspecting no movement, no breathing...
that this, day would have a nothing.
lasting impression ,on their Bobby exclaimed, "I'll go
lives, 'get his mother," but Billy
Like most boys their age, returned, "No! I will, I can
they played:the game of dead run faster.""'
man's float, seeing who could Standing over Steve all
float on their stomachs the alone, Bobby felt helpless; nat
longest without coming up for knowing what to do. As he
air. All. never expected how stood there he suddenly' re-
close this game could come to membered a lesson he ad
being reality, received over a year ago in his
As they floated Steve de- Royal Ambassador group at
chided to climb upon a nearby the Beach Baptist Chapel. A
piling, remains of an old pier, lesson that had since been
and dive off. As he prepared practiced on him by his
for his dive he lost his balance, mother who was taking a first
regaining it just in time to aid course-mouth-to-mouth
enter the Gulf's water head resuscitation.
first. He knelt over Steve and
S The force of the dive carried began to recall and use the
Steve deeper and harder into lessons he had learned. Steve
the water than he had expect- reacted and called for his
ed, driving his head and neck mother, who soon arrived.
back until his neck snapped,



course, his was no game. physicians seem to ninth
Billy and Bobby sensed physicians seem to think that
eting s he o he e it is likely he will regain
something was wrong, but complete mobility.
assumed it was all part of the
game. As Bobby watched, he As Bobby and Billy attended
became more intently aware Vacation Bible School at the
that something was wrong. He Beach Baptist Chapel Tues-
rushed over to Steve and upon day of this week, Gulf County
lifting his head, the horror he SheriffKen Murphy presented
dreaded was a reality, them with a citation, crediting

get Steve out of the water and heroism in their life-saving
the two dragged him to the efforts.

Summer Recreation Program

Opens Full Slate of Play


The summer recreation pro-
gram, sponsored each year by
the Recreation Department,
Gulf County school system
Sand the City of Port St. Joe,
gets'underway this week with
planned activities available at
Play sites with directors have
been made available at the
Washington High'Gymna-
sium, Port St. Joe Elementary
gym, Highland View Elemen-
tary School, Centennial Build-
ing.
Special features for the


summer program this year
are field trips to the beach
twice a week, a trip to the
Tallahassee Museum, a gym-
nastics show at the Panama
City Auditorium and a trip to
Wakulla Springs.
Programs in art, tumbling,
folk dancing and slymnastics
will be offered at the Centen-
nial Building.
A complete schedule of
events was not available at
press time yesterday. It will
be printed next week..


Bobby Plair, left, and Billy Deeson, right,
were given citations Tuesday morning by


Sheriff Ken Murphy for saving the life of their
friend, Steve Gibbs. -Star photo


join with Bay and Walton
counties in forming a new
development council. The new
council would replace the
problem-plagued Northwest
Florida Planning and Advis-
ory Council.
Bob Bates, an employee of
the Bay County Planning De-
partment made the pitch to
the Board Tuesday, asking
that they consider joining in a
group to setup a new develop-
ment council taking in the
three counties as members.
Bates recognized the fact that


a group of counties formerly
in the old NWFPAC were
presently trying to organize a
similar council under Public
Law 163, which would ward off
some of the problems faced by
the old council. "If they fail in
their attempt, we will have a
viable alternative to offer the
state and federal government
for approval", he said. The
organizations must meet state
and federal approval for fund-
ing and to be effective in the
job they are designed to do,
which is to provide guidance


Space Hardware


to be Loaded Here

Port St. Joe is going to get involved in the nation's space
program.
George Tapper, local steamship agent, was notified this
week that a piece of space hardware is being shipped to Port
St. Joe by barge to be transferred to a ship for overseas
transfer.
Tapper said his firm was notified last Wednesday that
the space hardware which was involved in docking with the
Soviet Soyez station in space last year will be shipped here
from Cape Canaveral for shipment to Leningrad, Russia
where it will be placed in a new space museum being created
in Leningrad. The United States docking module will be on
display beside the Soviet docking aparatus in the museum,
.commemorating the first joint venture in space by two
countries.
Tapper said the apparatus will be loaded later this
month.


for members in securing fed-;
eral and state matching funds
and grants.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
was against having anything
to do with the proposal at first,
stating, "Bay county wants a
weighted vote and if they got
it, they could out-vote Gulf and
Walton county together".::
Bates countered that such-a
proposal wasn't being consid-
ered. "My thinking is to have
a vote for every member, with
each county having two repre-
sentatives and two votes and
each municipality one mem-
ber and one vote. Bay would
have 10 votes under this plan
and Gulf and Walton would
have five each." Bates went
on to say that under the
proposed by-laws, a matter
would require a 100 percent
vote to pass on the first
introduction. If it had to go to a
second vote, a 75 percent
majority would be needed to
pass. This would prevent Bay
from overpowering all other
members in an organization.
Bates pointed out that this
was his thinking only. "There
is no concrete proposal as yet
for the manner of operation.
The members will have to
meet to draw up by-laws and
mode of operation".
Commissioner Billy Branch
joined with Kennedy in fears
of Bay dominating such an
organization but expressed a
willingness to join in the
formation of the group, with
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Wants County In Charge of WaterWorks


County Commissioner Billy
Branch tossed a startling little
tid-bit in the laps of the County
Commission Tuesday, when
he proposed that the Commis-


sion propose to the Governor
that he abolish the Highland
View Water and Sewer Dis-
trict.
The District was created


nearly 20 years ago to make now getting into trouble and
the community water system not providing the quality wa-
self supporting, which it has ter service it could if the
been for these several years, county were operating it.
Branch says the district is Branch finally managed to


get Commissioners Kennedy
and Everette Owens to go
along with his proposal to ask
the Governor to hand the.
system to the Board when he


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installed between Long Avenue and the baseball
Work Started On City's New Water Tank park. Webb General Contracting, Inc., of Pompano
Beach is the sub-contractor preparing the founda-
Workmen of the Pittsburgh-Des Moines Corpor- tank for the City of Port St. Joe. In the photo above, tion. Construction is expected to take about 90 days.
ation of Atlanta, Ga., began work this- week on preparations are being made to build the foundation The project is being financed with a loan from the
Installation of a new 300,000 gallon water storage for the tank in the $364,100 project. The tank is being Farmers Home Administration. -Star photo


inserted the clause, "to be
operated by the county at no
cost to the county".
Commissioners Otis Davis,
Jr., and Jimmy Gortman were
absent at this point in the
meeting.
WARNING GIVEN
The County had a warning
delivered to it by Mosquito
Control Supervisor Tommy
Pitts Tuesday, when Pitts
delivered a letter from the
Department of Pollution Cont-
trol, which warned Gulf Coun-
ty that it must submit a
schedule for meeting the solid
waste disposal problem '
soon.
Pitts said the letter was a
warning that the penalty
would be applied if some
progress isn't being made
when the present, permits to
operate land fills expires on
July 1 of this year. "They want
some sign of good faith that we
are proceeding with plans",
Pitts said.
The letter from the Depart-
ment called for the county to
submit a schedule of steps' to
be taken by June 20, Monday,
in order to stop initiation: df
any legal action against the
county for violation of the
pollution laws of the state. The
letter says the penalty won't
be applied if an official sche-
dule for compliance is pre-
sented by June 20.
The county is presently
planning to construct a collec-
tion and compaction station in
the Port St. Joe area and haul
solid wastes, in compacted
form, to an approved 'dump
near the Gulf-Calhoun county
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A registered quarter horse
owned by Mrs. Margaret Cos-
tin was given to the Florida
Sheriff's Boys' Ranch this
past week through Gulf
County Sheriff, Ken Murphy.
The horse, a mare, Leon's Bar
Miss, has won several ribbons
in this area in the past and
should be a valuable addition
to the Florida Sheriff's Boys'
Ranch at Live Oak.
The Boys' Ranch is proud to
receive such a fine animal,
which will be put to use train-
ing boys in good horseman-
ship.
The Florida Sheriff's Boys'
Ranch was founded in 1957 and
is financed entirely by volun-


tary gifts. The 2,800 acre
ranch has 125 boys, ages eight
through 16. These are needy
and worthy youngsters, who
deserve a better break in life.
Some are victims of broken
homes, some are orphans,
some are dropouts and some
are drifters. The Ranch is a
home for dependent, neglect-
ed and homeless boys. It is
located nine miles north of
Live Oak, and is sponsored by
the Florida Sheriff's Associa-
tion.
In the photo at left, Gulf
County Sheriff Ken Murphy
accepts the horse for the Boys
Ranch from Cecil G. Costin,
Jr. --Star photo


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iAnita Br


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i The fact that Anita Bryant's
campaign against the bill to give
homosexuals preferential treatment
jobs and housing in Miami was
successful gives ius encouragement
at maybe America is beginning to
nce again turn to the morals which
ake a civilized nation.
For years now, we have been
rful for oui nation. From a,
iety which offered a stroll in any
treetin thenation, free from fear to
nation which iow almost cringes
hind locked dQors at night causes
to wonder if the country can
dure much longer.
There was a time when a person
th kinky ideasabout sex was just
hat he is a screwball. Now, we
e asked to believe that anything is
ght. as long a.two adult persons
ef sitftlie aba$ornil l haviour.
Miss Brya t accomplished
mething which many of:us have
anted to see accomplished for
me time, but we just didn't have.
e time, opportunity or energy to
ursle the matter. Miss Bryant has
caused the abnormals to take their




Fidel Hasn

S If our government still thinks
relationships with Cuba's Fidel Cas-
tro can be reinstated with any
Normal amount of give and take, our
Officials just failed to see the
'Barbara Walters interview of the
Cuban Prime Minister on TV the
other night.
Castro didn't mince words. He
didn't speak in inuendos. He didn't
try to gloss over his position.
He is a Communist and Commu-
"nism is an avowed enemy of our
- nation.
Even Mr. Castro let it be
,:,:perfectly clear that any established
:..relations between our two countries
Should be for the benefit of Cuba. We



From
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line.
ORDINANCE
a related move, the
mission has taken a dim
wof people tossing trash
all over the beaches in the
~ ty. The Commission has
joined in this displeasure
several citizens, one of
ch, A. Lamont Wynn,
te a letter to the board


Lettern
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Point

abnormal behaviour back behind
closed doors, rather than be allowed.
even protected in their desire to
wave their abnormalities in our face
every day and make us accept it
whether we wished to or not.
If we are go6rito allow every-
one with abnormal behaviour to
pursue his desires, we had just as
well outlaw bank robbery, murder,
stealing, rape, etc. There are many
in our nation who want to do these
things and wish society to accept
their desires in wanting to lust after
their thing.
In our way of thinking, it's
abnormal for a person to be a
homosexual. Again, in our way of
thinking, it's abnormal for a person
to want to tell everyone he sees, he's
homosexual, heterosexual, oiwbatF-
"eirer. A person's seual life is, a
privatee thing. And, while a person's
sexual life is private, so is our right
to refuse to have anything to do
with those we consider abnormal, in
a business, persal, or other other
type relationship we don't wish to.
didn't speak in uendos. He didn't




1't Changed

can easily draw the inference from
this statement that there will be no
advantage for the United States
come out of the agreement if Castro
has anything to do with it.
Castro is still the baiter of Uncle
Sam. He still contends it was
perfectly all right for his troops to go
into Angola, but it was a world-wide
crime for the United States to be in
Vietnam, even though invited.
We can see no benefit for the
United States to resume relations
with Cuba. We have only to gain
another country upon which we can
heap billions of dollars, thus hasten-
ing the day a little faster when we
will be dead broke as a nation.


asking for some sort of deter-
rent to the practice of littering
the beaches.
The Board decided Tuesday
to pass an ordinance against
throwing trash on the beach
and providing a penalty for
the practice. The Board also
instructed Road Superinten-
dent Loyd Whitfield to take a
look at some trash drums put


to the Editor
to the Editor


June 7,1977 port we are looking forward to
Dear Mr. Ramsey: a 1977-78 school year that will
As this 1976-77 school year be even better. Without the
comes to an end I, on behalf of news media our job would be
Sthe staff and faculty, wish to much harder.
thank you and your staff for Thank you again for your
your support and cooperation support and cooperation.
during this school year. Sincerely yours,
.,T4is has been a good year Kenneth D. Herring,
and it is with your coopera- Principal
..tfon that has helped to make it Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
a good year. With your con- P.S. Wesley, please give Wil.
tinued cooperation and sup- lie an extra thanks!


up on the beach by Mexico
Beach and put some similar
containers on Gulf County
beaches.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-
mission:
-Heard a report from Clerk
George Core that the utilities
for the Courthouse were going
higher. He said they totaled
$46,191.20 for the first six
months of the year.
-The Commission agreed
to draw up an ordinance
prohibiting motorized vehicles
on the beach from Palm Point
to the Gulf-Bay county line.
-Received a letter from
Department of Transportation
that a 4-way stop sign was not
needed at the intersection of
Niles Road and Garrison Ave-
nue.
-Agreed to contribute $400
to the Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens.
-Heard a report from their
engineer that all staking had
been done and preparations
made in anticipation to con-
struction starting next week
on the Oak Grove Water and
Sewer system.


IN APPRECIATION
We would like to take this
opportunity to express our
heartfelt gratitude to the
people of Port St. Joe, Wewa-
hitchka and surrounding com-
munities for their care and
concern at the time of Nancy's
accident. With the help of our
loving Lord and the prayers of
all you people, she is well on
the road to recovery.
We would like to express our
thanks to all of you for the
many, many cards, telephone
calls, flowers, gifts of love and
money.
We would especially like to
thank the many people who
donated blood, the ambulance
squad, the staff on duty at the
emergency room and to Jim
Gregg who made the trip with
Nancy on the helicopter to
Pensacola.
May our Lord bless each of-
you in his own special way.
Dale and Nancy Herndon


We picked the first mess of blueberries off
our bushes Monday night of last week. We got a
small boiler full on the first picking, which
hardly dented the crop left on the two young
bushes which grace the back of our yard.
The bushes are about five years old and have
been bearing some for the past three years. This
year is their first bumper crop and the first time
they have had enough to really get a mess for
ourselves.
The first year they bore, we picked enough to
give us a bowl full of blueberries and cream for
breakfast one morning and the birds got the rest.


State Agrees to Operate


DeadLakes Camp Ground

Operation of Dead Lakes The campground is located quest by the Wewahitchka
Campground for another year north of Wewahitchka on the Development Authority, com-
was approved last week by the Dead Lakes. posed of area residents, that
Governor and the Cabinet. The action followed a re- the state extend operations at
the campground through the
upcoming fiscal year.
Representative William J.
Rish of Port St. Joe was
S instrumental in getting a deci-
sion reversed to hand owner-
ship of the campground back
to Gulf County.


Novice Gardener

:Benton Hamm, city slicker moved to the country,
admitted he knew absolutely nothing at all about gardening.
This bunch of tomatoes, which came out of his garden says
somebody in the family knows something about gardening.
The cluster has six tomatoes hanging from one stem. A
seventh fruit was on the stem, but it had fallen off. Benton
says all his tomato vines have clusters such as this. He
gardens behind his new home on the Chipola Cut-off near
Wewahitchka. -Star photo

Ctd. from Page 1

"Make An Offer"


the provision that the county
could pull out if their interests
would not be served by any
rules agreed upon.
Otis Davis, Jr., then made a
motion to join in with Bay and
Walton in the planning stages
of the new organization with
the provision that it could pull
out if county representatives
felt the rules were not suitable
for Gulf. The Board agreed to
go along with Davis' motion


after attorney Fred Witten
wrote the proviso into the
agreement to be signed.
Commissioner Kennedy
took one last shot at the
proposal by stating to Bates,
"Economics would make it
more expensive to operate a
three county system than for a
nine county organization".
Bates countered with, "That
may be true, but the service
would be better".


Harmon Shields, executive
director of the Department of
Natural Resources, said
DNR's Divisi n of Recreation
and Parks has maintained the
site at the request of the local
group since January 1, 1974 on
a "minimum cost basis".
"Dead Lakes is a demons-
tration project designed to
help establish a successful
local assistance facility for the
area," Shields said. He added
that extending the project
through the next year would
cost about $25,000, funds
available from the depart-
ment's current budget.
The 41.3 acre recreational
area, located within the well-
known Dead Lakes region, is
part'of a lake system consid-
ered one of Florida's finest
fishing spots for bass, bream,
speckled perch and shell-
cracker. A 30-unit camping
area and boat ramp are the
primary features requiring
state maintenance.
Dead Lakes is actually one
3,655-acre lake named for
countless cypress and pine
trees drowned by a natural
overflow of the Chipola River.
Many scientists believe the
lake resulted from the Chi-
pola's natural cut-off from the
Apalachicola River. About 10
years ago, a low-level dam
was installed to stabilize the
water level.

Registration
At High School
June 16 and 17
Principal, Ken Herring, re-
minds parents of final regis-
tration that will be held at
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School this Thursday and Fri-
day, June 16-17. Registration
will be held both days only
during the following desig-
nated times: 8:00 a.m. 12:00
(EDT) and 1:00 3:00 p.m5
All parents are urged to
come out for next year at this
time. This will be the only
registration held for the 1977-
78 school year.


The second year, the birds got them all.
Friday night of last week, after picking the
berries on Monday, I was sitting out on the patio.
about dusk after feeding my tomatoes, and I
noticed two bluebirds zip into the yard and land
about halfway up a pine tree just above my
blueberry bushes.
I said to myself, "Uh huh, Mr. Bluebird, you
have come after my blueberries". The bluebirds
surely saw the blueberries, but since he could
probably see me sitting on the patio, he felt he
could wait for his berry feast. I'm assuming he
saw me, since I know he saw the blueberries, and
I'm just a little larger than a blueberry.
A short while after the bluebirds arrived, a
blackbird came zooming in'and landed, also, in a
pine near the blueberry bushes. Blackbirds like
blueberries. He had his appetite all whetted up
for a few berries, but he, too, saw me sitting
there and decided, instead, to get him a drink of
water out of the hose I had running on my pecan
tree.
This almost proved the wrong thing to do,
since Houdini, our half Siamese cat was lying on
the patio near my chair.
When the blackbird hit the ground, Houdini
put on his hunting gear. He got his big belly down
against the ground, folded his legs up to
accommodate his new low profile and went
slinking off across the yard in the general
direction of the blackbird.
The blackbird saw the cat coming and
decided he had enough water to drink. He took to
the air and came back down on the ground again
beside some tomatoes I have planted back of my
grape vines. Again, I thought, "Here goes my
tomatoes now. That bird knows where both my
blueberries and my tomatoes are".
The blackbird started skipping around free
and happy like, pecking at the ground and
meandering around between my tomato vines.
Houdini couldn't stand it. He saw the blackbird
in his new position and, Shazam! he went back
into battle readiness, hugging his belly to the
ground, and churned off across the yard toward
the blackbird. This time Houdini had the
advantage of having some tufts of grass, a
grapevine and some day lillies between himself
and the blackbird. He instinctively got the
growth between him and the bird and advanced
on the prey just like a jungle fighter sneaking up
on the enemy. The bird would look around and
Houdini would freeze every hair on his body.
Finally, the bird took off just as Houdini was
getting into position to make that final lunge
toward the prey.
Houdini is fed in the house several times a
day. He gets all he wants and all he needs to eat
without having to work for it. He doesn't even
have to buy it or cook it. It's all made very easy
for him. But, when the opportunity presents
itself for Houdini to get his own food, he takes
advantage of the opportunity, even though every
try isn't successful. He puts forth his best effort.
Isn't it a pity that human beings aren't like
that? Some of them, who are on the dole, are
content to let others feed them. Some are like
Houdini; they are on the dole through necessity;
but when the opportunity arises for them to earn
their own bread; they try.

I hate to see the Boyles shutting down their
business. They have been valuable customers of
The Star ever since they opened up in 1946. They
have been successful in business and we like to
think it was because they were always regular
advertisers in The Star.
The Boyles have worked long and hard over
the past years and they deserve a rest. As much
as we hate to see them shut their business do*n,
we hope they enjoy their retirement in the
future.


Horse Given


to Boys' Ranch


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1977 PAGE THREE
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Hospital

Auxiliary

Schedule
The Municipal Hospital
Auxiliary has announced its
work schedule for the remain-
der of the month of June.
Working the morning shift
of nine a.m. to 12 noon will be:
Thursday, June 16, Marie
Davis and Ira Gorham and
Friday, June 17, Emmie
Joines and Becky Shealy.
Monday, June 20 Carolyn
White and Mrs. Boswell; June
21 Meta Buzzett and Lynette
Gibson; June 22, Sara Preston
and Jewel Burkett; June 23 -
Marie Davis and Ira Gorham
and June 24 Emmie Joines
and Becky Shealy.
This same workers will
work the week of June 27-30.
Working the afternoon shift
from one to four p.m. will be:
Thursday, June 16 Grace
Meyer, June 17 Margaret
Nichols and Emily Simmons;
June 20 Pug Bouington; June
21 Betty Fleming; June 22 -
Sandra Clenney; June 23-
Grace Meyer; June 24 Mar-
garet Nichols and Emily Sim-
mons; June 27 Lynda Gregg;
June 28 Betty Fleming; June
29 Sandra Clenney; and June
30 Grace Meyer.


Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy presents Deputy Sheriff
Arnold Tolliver with a letter of commendation for his
alertness in the discovery of the burglary in progress atave a
Indian Pass Trading Post in the early morning hours of May nice weekend..
29.


Shriners to Peddle News Papers


Shriners in their "Red Fez"
will be on street corners in
Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka
and Apalachicola this Satur-
day, accepting donations for
their hospitals and burn insti-
tutions. They will also be
accepting donations in most
cities in northwest Florida'a
12 counties this weekend.
The donation Paper Sale is
in its eighth year, and last


year they raised $50,000 for the
hospitals. The goal this year is
$60.000 according to Poten-
tate Walton B. Colvin, Jr.
During the past year 15
children under the age of 16,
regardless of race or creed,
have been treated at one of the
Shriner's 22 hospitals for
either burned or crippled chil-
dren, from this part of Flor-
ida, according to Larry Dia-


mond, Crippled Children
Chairman.

A little four year old girl
that was burned over 90 per
cent of her body, has just
returned again froih the hos-
pital. She has used over 20
pints of blood this year, and
facing additional surgery this
summer. The cost on this case
is over $300,000.


If you know a crippled or
burned child in your neighbor-
hood or city, please give
their name to a Shriner now.
All costs will be borne by the
Shriner who just wants to


help.
Past


Potentate and Paper


Sale Chairman Preston Mc-
Arthur asks everyone to
please dig deep, Saturday, and
help those little children so
they might have a better life.
All donations will be greatly
appreciated regardless of the
amount.


OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, June 19 1-7PM


Youth Pastor at Oak Grove


. The Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church has secured a
youth pastor for the summer.
Philip Hall of Marianna will
be filling the capacity of youth
pastor.
To launch the summer pro-
gram the church will hold its
annual Youth Day this Sun-
day, June 19. Teen Challenge
will be presenting a film, "The

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Salter
are announcing the birth of
their son, Joseph Andrew, on
June 6, at Maxwell Air Force
Base Hospital in Montgomery,
Ala.
Andy was welcomed home
by his two year old' sister,
Leigh Ann.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Belin of
Port St. Joe.


Jesus Factor" and minister-
ing in the morning service.
The youth choir will be sing-
ing in the morning and even-
ing services.
Youth will be meeting week-
ly on Saturday at 6:30 p.m., in


the church social hall. The
theme for the first service on
June 18, will be "Pester the
Youth Pastor". David Fernan-
dez, pastor, extends a cordial
invitation to all area youth to
attend these special events.


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FIRST BAPTIST -

CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. B1LL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday School ........................ 9:45A.M.
Morning Worship Ser'ice ............. 11:00 A.M.
Church Training ..................... 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship Service ............ 7:30 P.M.
prayer Meeting (Wed.) ................ 7:00P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"
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PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1977


"':

Stacey Johnson and Chris


avisWed Onay 28

Miss Stacey Lynne Johnson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ester L. Johnson of Birming-.
iAm, became the bride of .
thristopher Joe Davis, son of
S 1r. and Mrs. Joe F. Davis of
Port St. Joe, May 28..
The ceremony took place min .
riverside Baptist Church,
Mobile, with the Rev. George
#uckett officiating.
SMiss Cindy Morrow of Bir-
I0idgham served as maid of
lonor and the bride was also
attended by Miss Alina Zuniga
f Birmingham, Ala., Miss
teresa Rodden and Miss
',wel Waltman.
S Mr. Davis served his son as
Fest man. Charles Watkins of
iount Vernon, W. T. Rether-
b$rd of Bonifay, Kim Davis of
Port St. Joe, brother of the
groom, `-Terry Johnson ,of
Dothan, Ala., Dennis Johnson
of Tuscaloosa brother of the
bride, and. Tad Mathews of
Palmetto, also attended the
--bridegroom. "
SStephanie Johnson of Col-
uinbia, S. C. was flower girl. J a
A reception followed at the .
S.rshurch fellowship hall.


Sible

School
S The First Baptist Church
will be conducting its Vacation
Bible School next week, June
20-24, daily from 8:30 to 11:45
a.m.
A V.B.S. parade with be held
Saturday, June 18 at nine a.m. Mrs. Christopher Joe Davis

arties onor MiSs Fl

SHendrix, Bride-Elect Mrs Montgomery
Mrs. Rolbrt King aind Miss 'and: Mrs, J_, Lamar Miller. Children, grandchildren and
Cuyler King honored Miss Hosting with theMillers were great grandchildren of Mrs.
MitziHendrix on Friday, June Mr. and Mrs. ::Gannon Buzzett Asa Montgomery of Port St.
i0, with a bridesmaids' lunch- and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gibson, Joe enjoyed a big get together
,:eon at the King's residence on Jr. Saturday, June 4. A back yard
:lConstitution Drive: Mrs. Rex Buzzett and Miss fish fry was the main event
Formal pink and white Barbara Buzzett assisted with happy memories of good
covers were. used throughout serving the guests. times in the past shared.'
kthe party room. Pink dogwood The dining table was cover- Out-of-town guests were Mr.
.#arrangements accented the ed with a lace table cloth, and Mrs. John Alford ahd.sons
Z'uncheon tables. As the guests centered with a' belrutifld ar- Rithard 'aiiT'Ronal' of Al-
j.arrived they were greeted by rangement of pink and white bany, Ga.; Mrs. Ted Graboiv-
,Cluyler and escorted to the flowers. ski and son, Chris, of Lubbock,
.;party room where the brides- Forty-five, of'. Mitzi's 'and Texas;, Mr. and Mrs.. Steve
jmaids engaged in conversa- Boyd's relatives and friends Sanderson and son, Jack, of
tion while they filled the rice attended the luncheon -bet- Gettysburg. Pa., Mr. and Mrs.
:1oses. ween the hours of twelve and Walter Richardson of Port St.
Mitzi presented her brides- two. Joe also attended.
,maids with monogrammed
gold necklaces and white lace
gloves. First United
.5 Mrs. Robert Bulgerand Chur h
'Mrs. Joseph Hendrix joined ethod ist church
'the group for lunch. A 'deli- -
:ious salad plate was served. Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
i .JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister


Luncheon
SMiss Mitzi Hendrix and her
,,fiance, Boyd Bulger, were
honored with a buffet lunch-
.eon June 11, in the home of Mr.

Auxiliary to
SMeet June 22
SThe Municipal Hospital
,Auxiliary will meet on Wed-
^nesday, June 22 at 9:30 a.m.
.All members are requested to
-'attend, as there will be no
-other meeting until Septem-
,ber.
Anyone who is interested in
;donating a couple of hours of
,their time this summer to help
Ithe Auxiliary are urged to
Attend this meeting, and sign
'ip for a shift, or you may
iqotact any member of the
Auxiliary.


S VISIT WITH LEWIS'
SThe Duffy Lewis' of Port St.
wjoe entertained several visit-
obf'last week. Mrs. Ted Gra-
'bowski and son, Chris, of
iLubbock, Texas were visitors,
;long with Mr. and Mrs. John
;1jiford and son, Ronald, from
i4lbany, Ga.

CARD OF THANKS
I want to take this occasion
to thank all of my friends for
.their kindness to me in my
-bereavement of my husband,
kMorris Missler, who passed
Saway on April 21.
S Mrs. Betty Missler

CARDOF THANKS
SWe wish to offer our sin-
cere and most heartfelt thanks
ato everyone for their great
,acto of kindness shown to us
dIuring the recent loss of our
.son, Fred.
The Family of Fred Hieber
::%.


On Saturday, June 11, at five
o'clock in the evening, in the
candelight setting of the First
United Methodist Church in
Port St. Joe, Miss Mariann
Bassford Hendrix and Boyd
Kevin Bulger were united in
marriage by the Rev. Johnie
McCurdy, pastor.
The nuptial vows were ex-
changed before an altar sur-
rounded by palms, magnolias
and candelabra trees, accent-
ing the giant white mums with
touches of pink rosebuds as
the focal point,
Pennington Pendarvis, or-
ganist, played the bride's
chosen selections of favorite
hymns as the ushers seated
the guests. Fred Scott, soloist,
was accompanied by Mr. Pen-
darvis as he sang "Be-
cause" and at the benediction,
"The Lord's Prayer."
The bride, given in mar-
riage by her father, Dr.,
Joseph P. Hendrix, descended
the aisle in a formal length
gown of white chiffon. Venise
lace and a light array of pearls
fashioned the modified sweet-
heart neckline. The full bishop
sleeves created billowy
shadows over the fitted lace
sleeves beneath. Brussels
lace, purchased by the bride
and her mother on a visit to
Belgium, accented the empire'
waistline from which the skirt.
fell gently to chapel length.
A scalloped edge mantilla-,
enhanced with Venise lace
flowed softly from a, Juliet
frame to form the walking
length veil, completing her
bridal attire.
The bridal bouquet was.an
arrangement of pink roses,
baby's breath and ivy from
her home.
The maid of honor,' Miss
Connie Knox, and bridesmaids
Mrs. William Hendrix, Mrs.
Ted Timmerman III and Miss
Rita Bulger, all sisters-in-law
of the bride, Miss Cuyler King
and Miss Patricia Marie
Tapper were attired in floor
length gowns fashioned of pink
muted chiffon. The bodices
featured tiny straps and
covering their shoulders were
soft matching capelets of chif-
foq. They Icarried Victorin
nosegays of pink rosebuds andid
baby's breath.
The groom, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Robert Bulger of Mead-
ville, Pa., had as his best man,
Dave Rosner of Monroe, N.Y.
Ushers were Thomas Bulger,
brother of the groom, William
Hendrix, Joseph Hendrix, Jr.,
Ted Timmerman III of Jack-
sonville, N. C. and Paul Dale
of Indianapolis, Ind., all bro-
thers-in-law of .the groom.
They were in pale blue tuxe-
dos as were the bridal couple's
fathers.
The mother of the bride,
Mrs. Hendrix, chose for the
occasion a floor length pale
green chiffon dress with a
handkerchief flounce over the


shoulders. Her corsage was of
pink rosebuds.
Mrs. Bulger chose a floor
length coral chiffon with lace
accents at the waist. Her cor-
age was of coral rosebuds.
RECEPTION
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents entertained
with a garden reception at
jheir home, 1409 Constitution
Drive.
The fountain was banked
with Queen Elizabeth roses
and white potted chrysanthe-
mums. Other floral appoint-
ments were table arrange-
ments of giant mums, gladioli,
daisies and magnolias.
Miss Jan Butler of Quincy
presided at the registry table.
Serving were Mrs. J. Lamar
Miller, Mrs. Silas R. Stone,
Mrs. B. Roy Gibson, Jr,, Mrs.
Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Wayne
Hendrix, Mrs. George Tap-
per Mrs. Walter Johnson,
Mrs. Benny Roberts, Mrs.
Lewis Presnell, Mrs. Cecil
Harrison, Mrs. Clyde White-
head, Mrs. Tom Coldewey,
Mrs. Louise Beard, Mrs. Jean
Atchison, Mrs. Charles Wall,
Mrs. L. L. Copenhaver, Mrs.
Jerry Parrish, Miss Beverly
Beard, Mrs. Robert King,
Miss Carol Ramsey, Mrs.
William Altstaetter and Mrs.
William Schmidt.
-OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. and Mrs. Briggs Scisson,
Mrs. Edwin Crusoe III, Mr.
and Mrs. .Rick Whitney, Miss
Sandra Higgins, Miss Mar-
garet Griffin and Miss Judy'
Gladion, all of Tallahassee;
Mrs. Dorothy Weaver of Cler-
mont; Miss Jan Butler of
Quincy, Mr. and Mrs.
Newton Bassford, Sr., and
Newton, Jr., Lynn and David;
Mr. and Mrs. William Bass-
ford and children, William, Jr.
and Ann; Mrs. Beverly Vic-
kers and Dee Vickers, all of
Valdosta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
Max McGlamry of Columbus,
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Jones
and Joseph M. Hendrix of
DeFuniak Springs.
Also, Fred Scott, H. L. Max-


Mrs. Boyd Kevin Bulger


well, John Natole and Mr. and
Mrs. James Fensom, all of.
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
David Carl Gaskin, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Holloway, Mrs.
Bebe Leonard and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Graddy, all of
Wewahitchka; Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Ramsey of Birming-
ham, Ala.; Miss Connie Knox
and Miss Barbara Buzzett,
both of Pensacola; Mrs. Dillon
Smith of Blakely, Ga.; Mrs.
Charles Garraway of Maria-
na; Mr. and Mrs. Al Hunt of
Sanford; Joe Hendrix, Jr. of
Galveston, Texas; Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Timmerman III of


Jacksonville, N. C. 7
Also, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Dale of Indianapolis, ind.; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bulger and
Rita, of Meadville, Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Bulger of
Michigan City, Ind.; Dave
Rosner and Carol Felter of
Monroe, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Gander and Dr. and Mrs.
Photis Nichols of Apalachi-
cola; Mr. and Mrs. William
Hendrix of Hartselle, Ala. and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fite of
Decatur, Ala.
REHEARSAL DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bulger
entertained the Hendrix Bul-
ger wedding party, relatives
and out-of-town guests with a
rehearsal dinner at St. Jos-
eph's Bay Country Club on
Friday evening, June 10.


Choir

Presenting

Concert

The Sanctuary Choir of the
First Baptist Church will pre-
sent a sacred musical concert
on Sunday evening, June 26, at
7:30 p.m. ,
Stanley Young, Minister of
Music and Rev. Bill Heaton,
pastor, invite everyone to
come and worship with them
during this special concert.


Sthe members of the


'Church of Christ
invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Morning Bible Study ........... 10:00 AM.
Sunday Morning Worship ............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ......................... 6:00P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00P.M.

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Need Temporary Homes


Locally for Runaways


Mrs. Alford Ramsey Inspiration

for Stork Luncheon Shower


Mrs. Alford Ramsey was
honored recently with a lunch-
eon shower given by Mrs.
Dick Lamberson, Mrs. Rick
Lamberson and Mrs. Mike
Kahl at the Lamberson home'
Son Westcott Circle. Upon her
Arrival, Mrs. Ramsey was'
presented a corsage made of
white baby socks trimmed in
lace to complement her pale
Spink outfit..
The buffet table, on pink
overlaid with lace, was center-


ed- with a. blue ceramic swan
filled with pink rosebuds, and
a 21-year pink and blue birth-
day candle surrounded with
fern and pink and blue carna-.
tions. The luncheon tables
were also centered with mini-
ature arrangements of pink
and blue carnations and fern
in crystal holders.
Fourteen guests enjoyed the
luncheon'and opening of the
lovely gifts by Mrs. Ramsey.
The hostesses presented her


Cindy Atkins Will be

Student Missionary


Cindy Atkins, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Wesley Atkins,
1014 Marvin Avenue, has been,
selected :to' attend the 1977
Lifeliners International Sum-
mer School of Discipleship
and work as a student mis-
sionary in the Alabama area.
Cindy left Sunday, June 12,
for- Emmanuel College,
FranklinSprings, Ga., where
she will attend .a two weeks


Miss Cindy Atkins


training session. After a dedi-
cation service -on Friday
night, June 24, she will leave
with her team for a four-week
assignment in Alabama. The
team will work in several
churches assisting in Bible
schools, youth programs, etc.
Cindy is a 1976 high honor
graduate of Port,St. Joe High
Schoo, having just completed
her freshman year at Em-
manuel College. She is a
member of the First Pente-,
costal -Hil~nes-^Churct-P, W.
Garrison Ave. She has served
as pianist and organist in her
local church, has worked with
the youth and worked in the
bus ministry. She served as
State G.A. vice-president for
two years and has worked as a
counselor at Jr. Youth Camp.
Last year Cindy received a
trophy for the most outstand-
ing girl at Sr. Youth Camp.
She will return home on July
24.


"-Rivals" were originally "per-
sons dwelling on opposite
sides of a river" from the
Latin rivals: a river man.


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Father's Day. Free gift wrapping
with every Father's Day gift pur-
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Many fine gifts such as
Shaving Needs Cologne
Billfolds Jewelry


SMITH'S

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with the birthday candle
further moment of the oc
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Has the crisis of a run-a- ordinator for Gulf and Bay
way ever attacked your fam- counties, "they are just kids
ily? Have you known the pain, who are having problems with
and suffering of not knowing home life, and through lack of
where your child is and if communication with their
they are well? What would it parents feel they should leave
have meant to you to know home or could make it better
that a family somewhere was on their own." Many kids are
taking care of your child? picked up each year for.sleep-
That is the feeling of fami- ing'on the beach or loitering; a
i lies in the Gulf County area few kids have turned them-
who house run-a-ways in con- selves in for help.
junction with the Department Run-a-ways are brought to
of Health and Rehabilitative the Police Department and
S Services. Each year the then transferred to a family
beaches attract run-a-ways who agrees to let them stay
who are hungry, unsheltered until their parents can be noti-
"- and many times just needing fied. The child is usually on his
Some love and care. The way home. within 72 hours.
children are housed by these "We interview and explain
v olunteering families until what they can expect from the
they can be returned home run-a-ways", explained Lynda
and counseled with, share the,. Gregg, a VISTA Volunteer
opinion that they volunteer in. coordinator with HRS, "and
hopes that if this crisis should most families who care
happen in their family that enough to take an interest and
somewhere a family would be: offer their home to a child are
as kind and help their child. accepted. We call families on
as "Run-a-ways are not crimi- a rotating basis and they are
cca- nals," said John Holt, H.R.S., under no obligation to take a
Volunteer Service Center Co-. child if it is'inconvenient at the


time they are called." Single
individuals are also eligible
for the program.
Summer is the busiest time
for the families in the pro-
gram because school is out
and the beaches attract a lot of
young people.
Families interested in vol-
unteering their homes are
being counseled on the pro-
gram now to be prepared for
the summer rush. If you are
interested in helping a child in
need please contact Lynda
Gregg at the H.R.S. office,
229-6229. Remember it could
be your child.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of Henry Camp-
bell gratefully acknowledges
your kind expressions of sym-
pathy during his illness and
death.
Your kindness 'will always
be. remembered by his family
with thankfulness.
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A select shot tournament
Sunday at the St. Joseph Bay
Country Club, had 60 persons
involved in the 15 teams
participating. The winners
tied with 64's, shooting eight:
under par.
The team. of Lefty Max-
well, Chauncey Costiri, Mark
Tomlinson and Evelyn Mur-
dock tied with the team of
Billy Barlow, Leo Shealy,
Margaret Costin and Bonnie
Jones for first place.
They started a play-off
round on the 18th tee, with all
other teams as spectators,
watching the play.
Evelyn Murdock drove the
ball 140 yards from her tee,
Barlow hit for a 135 yard
drive.-Chauncey Costin put an
early end to the tie-breaker by
stroking a long drive on his
second .hit which went in the
hole for an Eagle 2;
Ashley Costin ran over to


the hole and said, "Did it go in
the hole? Uncle Chauncey
knocked it in!".
Third place team was C. R.
King, Ashley Costin, E. F.
Gunn and Patty Miller with 65.
All teams were par and under.
All members of the Country
Club are invited to come out
and enjoy the facilities and
.meet the new pro, Al Marsh-
bank.
Michelle Carter
I Promoted
Marine Corporal Michelle
Carter, whose husband Loston
is the son of Loston Carter of
Box 672, Wewahitchka, has
been promoted to her present
rank while serving with 2nd
Marine Division, Marine
Corps Base, Camp Lejeune,
N.C.
She joined the Marine Corps
in August, 1976.


-The Strausbaugh School of
*; Dance presented "Dance
Spectacular" this past Satur-
day, June 11, in Municipal
Auditorium, Panama City.
Representing Port St. Joe in
the program were Amanda
HIuber, pictured above, and

: JPC Golfers

to Meet GSPC
".AGreat Southern Paper Co.
d St. Joe Paper Co. are
Manning their annual golf
tournament to be held in Mar-
inna this Saturday, June 18,
$k eight a.m.
: All golfers who are em-
: ployees of St. Joe Paper Co.
':and its subsidiaries are en-
:buraged to participate. For
..more information contact Bob
'Jackson.

:wim Team

Being Formed
--A 'swim team is being form-
Sied at St. Joseph's Bay Coun-
Stry Club. Members between
the ages of five and 17 who are
interested.in joining the swim
.,am are requested to meet at
the club pool on June 28 at 8:00
a.m.
SWIMMING LESSONS
Private swimming lessons
Swill begin for members on
June 29th. To register, call
'Michelle Bond at 648-5450 any
Time after 5:00 p.m. June 28th.

Jim Faison

Earns Degree
James Bruce Faison has
earned the Bachelor of
Science degree in accounting
,at The University of Alabama.
.The 146th annual commence-
ment exercises were held at
Memorial Coliseum on May
:15.
Jim is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Lamar Faison. He is
married to the former Carol
Parker of Port St. Joe.
S The young couple are now
.residing in Tampa.
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
The Dramatic Order
Knights of Omar wish to thank
those who made a donation to
its fund drive during the
months of May and June.
SThe following donors were
the recipients of prizes given:
Mitchel Smiley, 18 lb. sugar
cured ham; Carol Cathey,
-gasoline; L. Miller, case of
.sodas; and Norris Langston,
gasoline.





MoEN
T^1 ff
HHI~ W
I ;SiES Bl.'sr


Beth Pollock.
Amanda and Beth perform-
ed a Spanish dance entitled
"Si Senoritas."


Victor Love Sellers


Victor Sellers

Marks First
Victor Love Sellers cele-
brated his first birthday June
7 with his parents and grand-
mother. His .parents.are, Mr_
'and Mrs. Jeff Sellers of
Mexico Beach. Grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Sellers of Wewahitchka, Mrs.
Grace Weeks of Port St. Joe
and W. B. Weeks of Chatta-.
hoochee.


WHILE OTHERS MAYGUESS
ON CAR REPAIRS...THE PERSON BEHIND
THE NAPA COUNTER KNOWS
NAPA has been providing top quality
vehicle parts for over 50 years. Besides
long experience and a reputation for T
quality, NAPA offers you something
more-the expertise of its count- n a t /
er people. 1 9 i
People behind NAPA counters, un- n
like those at mass merchandisers and
discount stores, are trained to give you
friendly and courteous advice on every-
thing from simple adjustments to major
repairs.
So, if you seek advice as well as top- An
quality parts, visit your local NAPA 4NAPr
store. The person behind the NAPA
counter knows.

/ -St. Joe Auto Parts, Inc.
N~ P hone 227-2141 201 Long Ave,

we help keep America moving


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HIERCULON


Give Dad A Recliner

Lazy Boy, Kroehler, for Father'S Day
Stratolounger, Others
ESTABLISHE 1904f


-$ 9 416 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
696 .P Kelly Goodman, Owner Mgr.


Amanda Huber


In Dance Program


E OQUIPMEif

-1 HEADQUARTERS -


It's Tennis

arndSoftball

Time!


You can find whatJ t
you need to play I I
from our large line
line by:
Wilson, Penn,
Spaulding
and many other
Top line brand names.

SPhone 229-6805



323 REID AVENUE
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ENTRANCE DOOR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 16, 1977


PAGE SIX
















S MINUTES

r of the


Gulf County Commission


The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
met on May 24,1977, in regular
session with the following
members present: Everett
Owens, Jr., Chairman; ,Jim-
my Gortman, Leo Kennedy,
and William R. Branch.
Others present were: George
Y. Core, Clerk; Jerry Gates,
Finance Officer; Fred N. Wit-
ten, Assistant Attorney; Lloyd
Whitfield, Road Superinten-
dent and Tommy Pitts, Mos-
quito Control Supervisor.
The meeting came to order
at 7:05 p.m. Fred N. Witten
opened the meeting with
prayer, followed by the pledge
to the flag.
The minutes of May 10th and
16th, were read, approved and
adopted.
The Chairman announced
-that the first business will be
to consider employees group
insurance bids received at the
meeting of May 12, and to
award a contract for this
coverage. The Finance Officer


announced that Liberty
National Life Insurance Com-
pany has withdrawn its bid,
which leaves the two following
bids to consider:
1. Blue Cross-Blue Shield:
Plan I-Employee policy,
$22.70, dependent policy,,
$40.40, life policy $3.30 for a
total of $66.40. Plan II-Em-
ployee policy, $24.50, depen-
dent policy, $43.64, life policy
$3.30 for a total of $71.44.
2. Provident Insurance
Company: employee policy
(with life), $26.05, dependents
policy, $53.32, for a total of
$79.37.
After a lengthy considera-
tion and being advised by re-
presentatives of the two firms,
there was a motion by Comm.
Kennedy, seconded by Comm.
Branch and unanimously car-
ried, that the bid from Proi-
dent Life and Accident Insur-
ance Co. (now providing this
insurance for the county) be
accepted and the full amount
of the employees' premium be


paid for by the county for a
period expiring on September
30, 1977 (end of fiscal year),
and that between this date end
September 30, 1977, this Board
will determine whether or not
the employees wish to contin-
ue this insurance coverage, or
if they prefer to drop the
coverage and receive the
amount of the premium as a
wage increase.
Commissioner Davis enter-
ed the meeting at this point.
Mrs. Wanda Brown, Presi-
dent, Port St. Joe-Gulf Cuonty
Chamber of Commer, told the
Commission that'the Chamber
is promoting a magazine to
advertise Gulf County; that
this magazine will be free of
charge to the Chamber;,that
the cost to publish the maga-
zine will come from advertise-
ments. She then introduced
Linda Keever Boggs, Presi-
dent of Keever Co., who dis-
cussed the type of information
the magazine will include. The
presented copies of the same


type magazine published for
Tyndall Air Force Base and
Bay County. After questions
by the Board, it was request-
ed to take a full page ad at
$450.00. The Chairman said a
decision cannot be made at
this time but that the request
will be considered at budget
time.
E. F. Gunn, County Inspec-
tor and Clerk of the Works for
the Library and Oak Grove
projects, discussed these two
projects. He filed his daily
reports No. 38 through 42 on
the library project. He asked
when the contractor for the
Oak Grove project is to com-'
mence construction. There
was a motion by Comm.
Davis, seconded by Comm.
Kennedy and unanimously
carried, that the Engineer
prepare a Notice to Com-
mence and have it executed
at the earliest date possible.
The Chairman requested the
Attorney to contact the Engi-
neer as to this motion.
Ordinance 77-2 was intro-
duced by Comm. Kennedy,
seconded by Comm. Gortman
and upon vote, was unani-
mously adopted. The ordi-
nance regulates the installa-
tion and repair of plumbing
connected to any water and
sewerage system in Gulf
County, and set a fee of $6.00
for each permit issued pur-
suant to this Ordinance. It
adopted the "Southern Stan-


dard Plumbing Code. Copy of
said Ordinance is on file in the
Clerk's office.
Ordinance 77-3 was intro-
duced by Comm. Branch,
seconded by Comm. Kennedy,
and upon vote, was unani-
mously adopted. The ordi-
nance amended Ordi-
75-1, providing for the issu-
ance of a permit for mobile
home set-ups and inspections.
Fee for the permit will be
$6.00. Copy of said ordinance
is on file in the Clerk's office.
Ordinance 77-4 was intro-
duced by Comm. Davis,
seconded by Comm. Gortman
and upon vote was unanimous-
ly adopted. The ordinance
amended Ordinance 76-1, re-
quiring a permit for the in-
stallation of temporary elec-
trical hookups for construc-
tion purposes; providing for
the inspection of such hookups
and setting a fee of $6.00 for
the permit. Copy of said ordi-
nance is on file in the Clerk's
office.
The Board requested that E.
F. Gunn, County Inspector, to
meet with the Operations Eng-
ineer of the Gulf Coast Elec-
tric Cooperative, Inc. to work
out an understanding as to the
electrical code and permits.
Comm. Gortman discussed
the' need for an electrical
inspector for the north end of
the county and the need to
establish a location for citi-
zens living in the northern


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


part of the county to pick up
their building permits. Mr.
Gunn said there has never
been a construction delay or
an electrical connection delay
because of a late inspection.
After further discussion, there
was a motion by Comm.
Gortman, seconded by Comm.
Branch and unanimously car-
ried, that the Board establish
a permit issuing office in the
north end of the county. The
Chairman appointed Comm.
Gortman to study this ques-
tion and make a recommenda-
tion as to a place and person to
issue permits for the county.
Denny Adams told of the
need for a stop light or four-
way stop signs at the intere-
section of Niles Road and
Garrison Ave. There was a
motion by Comm. Kennedy,
seconded by Comm. Davis and
unanimously carried that the
Department of Transportation
be requested to install four-
way signs at this intersec-
tion.
The following applications
were received and ordered
filed: Sheree Lynn Kennedy,
Roger Dale Jackson, Jerry L.
Williams, Linda Louise Ro-
lack, Vivian Ann Quinn, Bev-
erly Ann Shackleford, Mathew
Sidney Groom, Mary Sue
Dawson, Jean Thompson,
Tammy Y. Lewis, Sharon D.
Weatherspoon, Carol Lynne


THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1977


Wood, Mary Ellen Davis, Ar-
leatha Henderson, Hazel.
Marie French, Jeffery David
Norris, Allen Frank Morgan
and Annie Sue Fields.
The Board entered into a
discussion with reference to
its policy of accepting appli-
cations for employment. After
lengthy discussion, there was.
a motion by Comm. Gortman,
seconded by Comm. Branch,
and unanimously carried, that
the following policy as to
accepting applications for em-
ployment be adopted and
ordered beginning May 25,
1977:
1. All applications for em-
ployment be received by the
Clerk's Office; that the appli-
cation be "file marked" as to
the date it was received.
2. That the application be
presented to this Board at the
meeting following its filing;
that the minutes of that meet-
ing reflect that the applica-
tion was received and exa-
mined by those members pre-
sent.
3. That the application be
held in an "Active" file for six
months; that after the end of
the six month period the appli-
cant may request in writing or
in person, that the application
remain in the active file for
another six months and that
this same request may be
made after each six months


PAGE SEVEN


period. If an applicant fails to
makeJe extension request,
the application will then be
placed in an "inactive" file for
six months and if an exten-
sino request has not been
made within that time, the
application will then be dis-
carded.
The County received a ditch
easement from Nils A. Miller-
gren and Waver B. Johnson.
The Board voted to accept this
easement recorded on page
958 of Official Records Book
70.
The County received an
easement for the extension of
the Harden Dairy Road from
Neal Lumber Company, re-
corded in O.R. 70, page 959-60.
The Board voted to accept
easements from Neal Lumber
Co. and Oscar Baker for
extension of the Stone Mill
Creek Road in Section 4, T4S,
R1OW, recorded in O.R. 70,
page 961-62 and O.R. 70, page
1002.
There was a motion by
Comm. Gortman, seconded by
Comm. Branch and unani-
mously carried that final ap-
proval and acceptance of
Whispering Pines Unit No,
One subdivision be given final
approval.
The Board requested the
Clerk to write to each County
Department and ask that all
(Continued on Page 8)


mic

30 h.p. Mercury outboard
motor with electric starter dn
and tank. Also 1 picnic table.
Call 648-5466. te 6-16

FREE kittens. Phone 648-
5392. Itc 6-16.

C. B. Channel Scanner Club
YARD SALE BAKE SALE.
June 16 & 17, 9 til, 7th St. &
Hwy. 98 in Highland View. Our
junk your treasures. Ya
come!

House for sale 3 BR, must
be moved off lot. Located on
7th St. Highland View. Con-
tact Jerry Peak 229-6671.
3tp6-16

Refrigerator with freezer 18
cu. ft. ice maker, self defrost,
nearly new, $195; also 15'
chest freezer good cond., $125.
At 137 14th St. Mexico Beach,
last house on block. 648-3205.

1976 Scotty travel trailer,
15', easy to pull, fully self-
contained, sleeps 6. DUal gas
tanks and electric brakes.
$1,900.00. Call 229-8107. It6-16

Regency 23 channel CB set,
complete mobile unit, $85;
large up-right Wizard freezer,
used one summer, $200; chest
Stype (Chill Chest) freezer 20',
used one summer, $200; up-
right Frigidaire freezer, used
about 5 years, $95; small
Bradford TV, excellent cond.,
$35.648-4860. tfc 6-16

Giant Patio Sale Friday,
June 17, 8-6, items from today
and yesterday. 128 Hunter
Circle.

All electric hospital bed.
Good as new. $400 cash. Can
bd seen by appointment only.
Call 229-6249 or 229-6077.2tp6-9

Used gas stove, in excellent
cond., $50, 229-8102. 3tp 6-9

2 BR and 2 full baths,
slightly used mobile home, 12
x 65, many extras. No equity,
take up payments. Call after
6:30648-5457. tfc 5-27
25" Curtis Mathis TV color
console. Perfect condition.
$195.00 firm. Call 648-4836.
tfc 5-26
Underwood office model
typewriter, works good, $35;
RC Allen manual cash regis-
ter, $75; old shallow well
piston type pump, $35; roller
Skates, size 10, $8; Vic Burke
in White City. Call 229-8118..
3tc6-2

DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches ,to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave., phone 227-5271.
tfc 3-10


For
AMWAY
Products
Call 648-7581
tfc 5-12


Books-Select fi
sands of paperback
value, your choice
hardbacks up to
your choice $1. Will
2 for 1 basis.
Shoppes, Mexico B


55 x 10 New M
home, unfurnished
229-6490.

FOR STANLEY
PRODUCE
Call Betty Gi
648-7534


Custom-made wo
plaques, for mail b
gates, door posts,
my Motors & Gard
301 Hwy. 98, HV,


rom thou-
ks upto 42
e 25c. New
$14 values,
i 1w.-...n.


Mobile home, unfurnished. 2
BR, 1 bath, den and extra BR
added. Utility bldg. On large
corner lot, White City. 229-
6822. tfc 6-9

Large newly decorated 3 br.
4hime, I% lots. Private, many
extras. Call 229-4136 for ap-
pointment' tfc-6-9


I swap on a -
Edgewater Choice lot located 7 Fairway
leach. St. Joseph's Bay Country
tfc 5-12 Club. Great buy. Call 229-4136
for information. tfc-6-9
oon mobile
I, $1,000.00. Three BR house, 1315 Long
tfc 5-12 Avenue. Call 229-4031 or 648-
HOME 6986. tfc 5-12.
'HOME
TS 3 BR, 1 bath, living room,
ibert separate dining room, den,
large kitchen with eating
tfc 7-15 area, large lot. 619 Garrison
oden name Avenue, phone 227-8751.tfc 5-12
toden name ___
boxes, front New brick home at 106 Yau-
etc. Econo- pon Ave. 3 BR, 2 bath, dining
den Center, room, living room, den and
229-6001. kitchen. Call 227-2291 or 229-
5302. tfc 10-7


Just arrived: New shipment
plants, including variety of
cacti, ivy, begonias, prayer
plants, ferns, plants suitable
for hanging baskets and many
others. Economy Motors &
Garden Center, 301 Hwy. 98,
Highland View. Call 229-6001.
tfc 5-5

For Your
MARY KAY
Cosmetics
Call
Wanda Brown
229-6132
tfc 4-28

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto. tfc 3-4

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV,
2294001. tfc 4-28

DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster, ans safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture, 229-1251.
tfc 10-23






2 BR house, recently re-
decorated on inside. 520 Third
St. Call 229-6217. ltp 6-16

1976 Dirocco double-wide
mobile home, 2 screen-in
porches. Must be seen to
appreciate. On St. Joe Beach,
648-7696. ltp 6-16

Lot for sale: 1600 block on
Monument Ave. Call after 5
p.m. 227-7111. tfc 5-26


3 BR, 2 bath, LR, DR, break-
fast room, large family room,
walk-in pantry, washer, dryer,
refrigerator, stove, dishwash-
er, central h-a, w-w carpet,
garage, on 2 lots. Chain link
fence in back. 815 Woodward
Ave. Call 229-8145. tfc 5-5

For sale by owner: 3 BR
house on corner lot, includes
stove, refrigerator and 28,000
BTU air cond., newly installed
central heat. Phone 229-6506 or
may see at 210 16th St.

3 BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
Palm Blvd. For information
call 227-2181. tfc 11-4

House, appears small from
outside, large inside, approxi-
mately 2,300 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2
baths, living room, dining
room, family room & utility
room, carpet and custom
drapes throughout, lots of
closet space, recently re-
novated, new roof, kitchen
with 17' new birch cabinets,
dish washer, garbage dis-
posal, newly painted, fenced
back yard. Call 229-8173 or see
at 1031 McClellan Ave. tfc 4-28

New brick home, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, fireplace, 1,800
sq. ft., $35,000. Call 229-8119.
tfc 2-10

Beach cottage on DeSota St.
at St. Joe Beach. For informa-
tion call 229-6953 after 5 p.m.
tfc 2-24





One or two bedroom trailers
for rent on Canal St., St. Joe
Beach, 648-5650. tfc 5-12


SPECIAL EDUCATION
TEACHER
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
is accepting applications for a
Special Education Teacher for
an innovative children's pro-
gram to involve children with
emotional or behavioral, diffi-
culties. Job requires Bache-
lor's or Master's degree with
certification in Exceptional
Education. Send resume to:
311 Williams Ave., P. O. Box
400, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456.
TFC 6-16
Wanted: Someone to care
for 3 children evenings for
working mother. Must be de-
pendable. Your home or mine.
Call 229-6154 before 4 p.m.
tfc 5-26

Wanted: Need a substitute
to deliver bundles to carriers
of Tallahassee Democrat one
week end out of the month.
Phone 227-7081. tfc 6-9






Leaving: Will take best
offer for 1972 Datsun camper,
boat, trailer. Come see at 617
Maddox St. or phone 229-6084.
2tp 6-16

Real good Ford, 1965 Ranch
Wagon, $450.648-5297. ltp6-16

1972 Datsun camper, 14'
boat, hauling trailer. Call
after 6:00 p.m. 229-6084. 3tp 6-9

1973 Chevy pick-up truck,
r&h. ac, ps, pb, auto. trans.,
camper top, $2,500.00. Call 648-
3600 or 234-9426. tfc 3-10


1976 Pinto Runabout
lent cond., low mileaj
after 5 p.m. 227-3351.







R.A.M.-Regular cc
tion on St. Joseph Chap
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3r
days, 8 p.m. All visiting
panions welcome.
J. L. SIMS, H.P.
E. William McFarlai

There will be a
communication of Port
Lodge No. 111, F. &
every first and third Tl
at 8:00 p.m.
R. C. CHANDLER,
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.

There will be a VFU
ing the third Tuesday
month in the American
Hall.


m


One BR furnished house in
town. Call 648-5144. tfc 5-19

Furnished small 2 BR
house, auto. heat, washer and
dryer, 229-6777 after 6 p.m.
tfc 4-14






Furnished apartment, suit-
able for single person or
couple. Call 227-3261.

Furnished apartments at
510 8th St. Call 229-6895 before
5:30 p.m., after call 229-6827.
tfc 4-28
Apartment for rent: adults,
1 BR, LR, breakfast nook,
bathroom. 229-1352. tfc 6-16





For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-2271, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 5-19

Why live in the crowded
city? Move your mobile home
to peace, quiet and tran-
quility. Water, garbage collec-
tions, yards mowed, live lei-
surely. Gulf privileges. Only
VA approved mobile home
park in Gulf County. Ski
Breeze Meadows Trailer
Park, 9 miles southeast of
Port St. Joe on Hwy S-30.
Come out and enjoy the quitt.
Call 229-6105. tfc 5-6


t, excel- Office space, available
ge. Call around September 1st. Con-
tact H. Higdon Swatts at 229-
tfc 5-26 7222 or 229-6300. tfc 5-19

E Public address system.
Owned by the Port St. Joe
Kiwanis Club. A new system
operable on either battery or
current. Call Ken Herring,
onvoca- 227-5281 for rental. tfc 3-3
pter No.
7d Mon- NO need for wet carpets.
ig com- Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
nd, Sec. 229-1251. tfc 10-23

regular mobile home sites at
SSt. Joe Rustic Sands Campground.
SA.M., Mexico Beach. $30.00 month.
thursday Laundry and rec hall. 648-3600.
tfc 12-9
W.M.

For All Your Printing Needs
W meet- of Any Description
of each Call The Star
SLegion 227-3161
tfc 6-19 306 Williams Ave.


CHILD CARE
Monday through Friday, hour-
ly or weekly. Phone 229-8372.
2tc 6-16

Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 227-7657
tfc 5-9

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day
Every Day


All types carpet and vinyl
flooring installed. 10 years
experience. For free measure-
ment and estimate, call Ron-
ald Ross, 229-6822. tfc 3-3


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Meets
Tuesday nights- 8 p.m. at
321 Reid Ave.
and
Sunday afternoons- 4 p.m. at
St. James Episcopal
Parish House
tfc 6-9

For Prayer Needs
Call 648-6260
Night or Day
For body, soul or spirit
tfc2-3
REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe
tfc 7-22


Roof Trouble?
Call O'Donnell Roofing Co.
We do shingles & built-up.
30 yrs. experience, licen-
sed and bonded. Also re-
modeling and repair.
Phone 763-5234
25tc 5-5


kills bugs for
up to six months,
and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe Florida


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-2691. (24hr.) tfc 4-28


LEIGH ANNE'S
FABRICS
All 100 pet. Double Knit,
$1.98 yd.
224 Reid Avenue
Next to Boyles
tfc 4-21


FOR TV REPAIRS and
Zenith Sales see K&D TV and
Sound at 301 Reid Avenue. Call
227-2071.

FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
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Septic Tanks Pumped Out
Carefoot Septic Tank
229-8227,229-2351,
and 229-6694.
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For
Pest Control Service
Call
BROCK PEST CONTROL
229-8117
tfc 6-2


KENT SERVICE CO.
GE Dealer
New & Used Applicances
For Service or Parts
Call 229-6394
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GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-6530
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Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Early's Hardware &
BuildingSupply ,i
Hwy. 98 W. 229-2763
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LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
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BRYAN'S Automotive
Repair Shop
Truck & Marine
Repairs Also
(Located behind Mexico
Beach Shopping Center
648-5152
tfc-6-2


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Feed
Lawn Mower &
Small Engine Repairs
Economy Motors &
Garden Center
301 Hwy. 98 H.V.
229-6001
tfc 4-28



BRYAN'S
Furniture Stripping &
Refinishing
Reliable and Reasonable
Call 648-5152
Behind Mexico Beach:
Shopping Center
tfc-6-2


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(Continued from Page 7)

Minutes
budgett requests be presented
:to the County Finance Officer
by June 15.
SThe Tallahassee Memorial
.Hospital notified the county
that Robert C. Rldgley, a Gulf
i.County citizen, owes the hos-
S"pital over $26,000.00 and has no
:funds to pay. This Board was
requestedd to help in this
.matter.
The Board received letters
I-om the Long Avenue Baptist
Church and from the Port St.
.iToe Ministerial Association
'hanking the Commission for
Its recent action on the pro-
:posed extension of hours of
sale of alcoholic beverages.
SNoticewas received that the
Northwest Florida Water
managementnt District will hold
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and helps make life longer and
more comfortable. If you're unde-
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a public hearing at the Gulf
County Courthouse at 10:00
a.m., June 27.
This Commission received
an invitation to attend a
meeting on May 26, at 4:00
p.m. at the Bare Foot Inn,
Panama City Beach, for the
purpose of considering form-
ing a new Planning Council.
The State Department of
Natural Resources filed its
noticeof issuing' variance for
the construction of a "second-
ary tide station by the U. S.
Dept; of Commerce National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Ad-
ministration.
The Chairman appointed the
following to the Apalachicola
River and Bay Resource Man-
agement and Planning Pro-
gram, called the Apalachi-
cola River Committee, to-wit:
Leo Kennedy, to represent
elected officials; William C.
Sumner, to represent eco-


nomic interest; and David C.
Whitfield, to represent hunt-
ing and environmental
groups.
The qty of Port St. Joe filed
its certificate of election as
follows:
Frank Pate, Jr., Mayor-
Commissioner; Tom S. Colde-
wey, Commissioner Group I;
and Wesley R. Ramsey, Com-
missioner Group II.
The Northwest Florida
Planning and Advisory Coun-
cil advised the Board of the
following projects: water re-
source management study;
shores of Northwest Florida
beach erosion control study;
1978 state plan for programs
on aging; nursing home pa-
tient ombudsman project; and
grant application for training
in emergency medical ser-
vices.
The Road Superintendent
reported that the cost of main-
taining secondary roads for
the month of April, 1977 was
$2,852.38.
The Board entered into a
discussion with reference to
the Oak Grove Water and
Sewer project. The Clerk in-
formed the Board as to the
requirements for interim fi-
nancing for the construction
costs, prior to. receiving the
grant and bond funds. Where-
upon, Comm. Davis intro-
duced Resolution 77-10, sec-
onded by Comm. Branch and
unanimously adopted. The
Resolution authorized the
Clerk tto provide interim fi-
nancing for the Oak Grove
Water and Sewer project from
funds of the County, which


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would be repaid to the County
from the proceeds of the
Farmers Home Administra-
tion loan as soon as said loan is
paid to the County.
Resolution 77-11 was intro-
duced by Comm. Branch, sec-
onded by Comm. Gortman and
upon vote was adopted the
following vote: Aye-Branch,
Gortman, Davis and the
Chairman. Nay-Kennedy.
The Resolution appointed
William R. Branch to the
Northwest District Steering
Committee, which has been
formed as a new Organization
as a regional planning coun-
cil replacing the NWPAC.
Comm. Gortman requested
the Road Department to clean
out the boat basin at Land's
Landing. He then told the
Board that the Director of the
the Wewahitchka Recreation
Department and one of the
churches have asked per-.
mission to use space in the old
courthouse. The Chairman
asked Comm. Gortman to
check further on this and
make his recommenda-
tion to the Board.
Comm. Gortman discussed
the large increase in the utility
bills for the courthouse. He
said that the School Board
uses at least 20 percent of the
utilities and said that the
School Board should begin to
py' for its part of the bill. He
moved to request the Gulf
County School Board to pay 20
percent of all courthouse
utility bills, seconded by
Comm. Branch and unani-
mously carried.
The Clerk was directed to
write the U. S. Army Corps of
Engineers requesting that


the boat ramp at the east
end of SR 22A be pumped out
when the dredge boat reaches
that location.
The Board discussed com-
plaints of vehicles driving on
the beaches. The Sheriff will
be furnished a copy of the
ordinance pertaining to this.
The Road Superintendent
was instructed to paint stripes
on Road C-30.
Tommy Pitts, Chairman,
Committee on Solid Waste,
reported that his committee is
proceeding with a plan; that
the committee met with the
City of Port St. Joe on May 23,
and discussed a proposal that
a transfer station be set up;
that the city operate the
station and pay 70 percent of
-the costs of operations and
that the county transfer the
garbage to the sanitary land
fill. He said the initial cost will
be $170,000. The Chairman
thanked Mr. Pitts for his
report.
The Board voted to adver-
tise for a steam cleaner for the
Road Department, bids to be
opened June 28, 1977 at 7:30
p.m.
SComm. Davis discussed the
need to take better care of all
county equipment. He made a
motion to assign an operator
and an alternate operator to
each piece of equipment in the
Road Department and charge
the operator with keeping the
equipment clean and main-
tained at all times. No second
to this motion.
Comm. Branch requested a
U. S. mail delivery and pickup
service for the courthouse.
The Clerk was requested to
make this request to the local


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CB Club

Meeting
The CB BHive Channel
Scanner Club has its regular
meeting every Tuesday night,
7:30 9:00 at the Union Hall on
Sixth St. A covered dish
supper is held the last Tues-'
day of each month.
All CB'ers are welcome to
attend, and join with other
fellow CB'ers.

postmaster.
Comm. Kennedy discussed
the need for maintenance
work on both health center
buildings.
There being no further busi-
ness the meeting adjourned.
-s- Everett Owens, Jr., Chmn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core, Clerk


Construction and renova-
tion of Day Care Center
and Youth Center at Wash-
ington High School Site:
(Plans and specifications
may be obtained at the
City Clerk's Office, P. O.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida 32456 at .the cost of
$10.00)
Bids must be submitted to
the City Clerk's Office, P. O.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, on or before 5:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., June 21, 1977. Bid
opening will be held at the
Regular City Commission
Meeting June 21, 1977, at 8:00
P.M., E.D.T., in the Munici-
pal Building, Port St. Joe,
Florida.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk
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NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company or corpora-
tion interested in selling the County the
following described personal property:
One (1) New Steam Cleaner & Pres-
sure Washer. Specifications on file In
the Clerk of Circuit Court's Office,
P. O. Box 968, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
Delivery date must be specified.
Liquidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will be set
at $5.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 7:30 o'clock
P.M. E.D.T. June 28,1977, at the office of
the Clerk of Circuit Court, P. 0. Box 968,
Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
-s- Everett Owens, Jr., Chairman
2t 616
BID NO. 225
The City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, cordially invites bids
on the following described
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Heavy Beef.
T-Bone
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USDA Choice Heavy
Western Steers
Tablerite U.S. Choice
SIRLOIN STEAK LB. $1.69
Tablerite U.S. Choice
T-BONE STEAK LB.$1.99
Tablerite U.S. Choice LB.
STRIPS & RIB EYES $2.88
Tablerite U.S. Choice
ROUND STEAK LB.$1.39
Tablerite U.S. Choice
SIRLOIN TIP LB. $1.59
Tablerite U.S. Choice
BOTTOM ROUND LB$1.39
Tablerite U.S. Choice
TOP ROUND LB.$1.59


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Ground
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Quartered Breast
Quartered Thighs
Chicken Wings


FRYING CHICKEN SPECIAL
Lb. 55C DRUMSTICKS
Lb. 49C CHICKEN BACKS
Lb. 49C CHICKEN NECKS 3


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7-Bone
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Lean & Meaty Beef
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Lean
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Filet Mignon Lb.3
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Pork Loin Lb. 1
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Fresh Georiga
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Fresh
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THE STAR, Port St.'Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1977 PAGE ELEVEN


Marine Cpl.

McKiernan

Promoted
Marine Corporal Robert L.
McKiernan, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. McKiernan of
135 Bellamy Circle; has been
promoted to his present rank
while serving with the Head-
quarters and Headquarters
Squadron at the Marine Corps
Air Station Iwakuni.
A 1972 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, he attended
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege, and joined the Marine
Corps in August, 1975.
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for the season'. Seven players and The Star Publishing Co. Tony Beard, Eddie Linton and
Hardstars League Winners on the team held batting are the team's local sponsors. Asst. Coach Jim Cooley. Front
averages of over 500. Pictured above, left to right, row, batboy Mike Cooley,
ie Dixie Youth Major Beaman and Jim Cooley, cap- The young men capped their back row: Coach Jim Bea- Billy Williams, Jamie Lester,
gue champions for 1977 tured the pennant with a 14-2 season off Friday night with man, Paul Davidson, Terry Tony King, John Henry Robin-
the "Hardstars." The record. Alan Sisk led the the receipt of their first-place Woullard, Calvin Freeman, son, Richard Jackson and
rdstars". coached by Jim league in home runs hit with 17 trophies. St. Joe Hardware Co. Alan Sisk, Frankie Williams, Brad Bowen.


Seven Horse Shows Set In Area


Seven days of horse shows
will be held in the Marianna
area beginning at Circle D
Ranch on June 16,. then mov-
ing to Farren's Ranch near
Cottondale on June 17 and
June 19, and back to Marianna
on June 18, 20, 21 and 22. All
shows have been approved by
the American Quarter Horse
Association in Amarillo and
by the Northwest Florida
Quarter Horse Association.
The Marianna shows will be
held at the Jackson County
Sheriff's Posse Arena. There
is no charge for admission and
the public is cordially invited.
S One hundred .fifty.tg 200


compete: IUI LIUrop a e msLU rU-
bons offered in 46. different


Jamie Lester received eight
awards on award night held
recently at the Highland View
Elementary School. Awards
received included a perfect
attendance for 1977 (he also
had a perfect attendance in
1976); honor roll for each
period in' 1977; all A honor
roll; outstanding effort in the
school safety patrol program.
Among the awards he re-


Jamie Lester


events each day. Eighteen
states will be represented with
exhibitors from as far away as
Albequerque, New Mexico.
.Judges for the shows are from
Texas, Georgia, Alabama,
South Carolina and Oklahoma.
The competition will include
both English and western
events with such classes as
reigning, pleasure, trail, equi-
tation, horsemanship, barrel.
and pole timed events, roping
contests and working cow-
horse.
The individual shows will be
sponsored by Circle D Ranch,
Northwest Florida Quarter
Horse, Association, Jackson
anna Jaycees, an the Jack-
son County 4-H Club. All shows


ceived was first place in broad
jump, competing with the
other schools in the county
with a 13'4" jump. Also Jamie
received first place in the
hurdles in competition. He
was vice president of the
Student Council this past year
and will be the president in the
upcoming school year.
Jamie is the son of Joyce
Williams of Port St. Joe, and
Bo John Lester of Wewahitch-
ka. He is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Wynn of Port St.
oe, and the late Vance and
Isella Lester of Wewahitchka.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of Wiley B.
Dykes wishes to express their
appreciation to all who have
shown their love and thought-
fulness during the illness and
recent death of our loved one.
A special thanks to Dr. Shir-
ley Simpson and the staff of
Municipal Hospital.
In Christian love,
Children, Grandchildren
Great Grandchildren & Sister


will begin with halter classes formance classes beginning at
starting at nine a.m. and per- approximately one p.m.

Robert L. Creamer, Jr.

Commissioned In Marines


Robert L. Creamer, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.

Creamer, Sr. of Indian Pass,
has been commissioned a
Marine Corps Second Lieute-
nant and received a Bachelor
of Science Degree upon grad '
uation from the U. ;S. Naval
Academy in Annapolis, Md.
As a midshipman at the.
gAcadenyy .e.,lndW-fbt-ii
'years ~ifteSot--e 's stuv dy.v'o-
engineering, mathematics,
physical and marine sciences,
management and govern-
ment. In addition to an active
physical fitness and curri-
culum, he studied military
justice, leadership and naval
history and completed a vari-
ety of elective courses leading
to his baccalaureate
Summer programs provided
him with an opportunity to
gain professional experience
aboard Navy vessels at the
Navy and Marine Corps shore
installations. During training
cruises, he received practical
instruction in basic seaman-


ship, navigation, ordnance,
gunnery and communications.
Marine Corps oriented por-
tions of his training centered
on infantry tactics, small unit
leadership and physical condi-
tioning.
He is a 1973 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................
MORNING WORSHIP .................
CHURCH TRAINING .................
EVENING WORSHIP ...............
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....


Rev,, J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


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Tres Parker

At School

Every tbayv


Tres Parker, a 12-year-old
sixth grader at Port St. Joe
Elementary, has a perfect at-
tendance record. He entered
Port St. Joe Elementary in
1971 and has not missed a day
of school in six years.
Tres will attend Port St. Joe
High School when school be-
gins in September.

District

Demos

Meeting
Democrats of Florida's
First Congressional District
will gather in Ebro on June 18,
Nathalie Gray, District Chair-
man, announced. The three
p.m. meeting is to be held at
the Ebro City Hall.
"We want' to pull together
the members of the local
county Democratic Execu-
tive Committee for a day of
work and fun. We need to
begin getting ready for the
elections next year. They will
be important elections for
Florida Democrats and now
is not too early to start laying
good groundwork", Mrs. Gray
said today.
Congressman Bob Sikes of
Crestview will be the featured
speaker at the meeting. Area
Democratic State Repre-
sentatives and State Senators
will also be in attendance.
Precinct organization, cam-
paign planning, party finan-
cing and fund raising will be
discussed. The recently pass-
ed law reforming Florida's
election code will also be
discussed.
A fish fry dinner will be
served to those in attendance,
following the meeting.
The Washington County
Democratic Executive Com-
mittee is the host of this first
meeting, which will become a
regular event, taking place
every four to six months in
different counties throughout
the First Congressional Dis-
trict.

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Ambulance

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Edward G. Parrott Dies
Edward G. Parrott passed daughters, May Dorbuck of
away in Milton Hospital on Iowa and Mary Enfinger of
June 4. Milton; and one sister-in-law,
He is survived by two Mabel Parrott of Beacon Hill.


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Another happy Winner of Bingo Magic is
Mrs. Ethel Lewis, receiving a $100 check from
Maurice Hildbold, owner of Piggly Wiggly.


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Bingo Magic Game Two (Series BM20) will
end Saturday night, June 25, 1977 or when all
Bingo Magic Game pieces have been given
away to players if game piece supply is
exhausted before June 25, 1977. The offer to
exchange 10 Magic Discs for 10 game pieces
expires upon termination of game. Cash
prizes must be claimed before Sunday, July 3,
1977.


Swift's Premium Standing Rib or
Rib Eye Cut, Wrapped for
Rib Steak B.$129
Swift's Premium Beef
T-Bone Steak LB.$179


Swift's Premium Beef
Sirloin Roast
Swift's Premium Beef
Cubed Steak
Sliced
Beef Liver


LB$139
LB 59
LB. 49C


Rib Eye Steak LB.$269
Swift's Premium Beef LB$149
Sirloin Steak 49


Fresh
Pork Steak
USDA Choice
Rump Roast
USDA Choice All Meat
Stew Beef


LB.890
LB.89C
LB.$119


USDA Choice 5 Lbs. or More
Ground Chuck LB99


Swift's Premium USDA ChoiceLB
Chuck Steak LB 89 Shoulder Roast 99C
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USDA Food ;S tamp
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Bush Baked 16 tz Double Luck Cut Green 1 I99C
BEANS 45 99U BEanAS 5 cans
BEN 5 9,BENS 519


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Piggly Wiggly 16 Slices P f
CHEESE SPREAD O95.


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