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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: July 28, 1977
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (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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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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~FORTIETH YEAR, NUMBER 49


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA' THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1977


$1.2 Million Worth Brought In by Boat


18 Arrested for Importing Pot


Fourteen men were lodged in the Gulf
County jail and nearly $200,000 worth of
equipment is being held by the Gulf County
Sheriff's office, state and federal law en-
forcement agencies as the result of the big
marijuana shipment confiscation engineered
by the combined law enforcement agencies
early last Thursday morning.
What was originally thought to be nearly
three tons of marijuana,;shipped into the area
by boat- Wednesday night and Thursday
morning, dwindled to only about a ton and a
half, wv6rth in the'neighborhood of5 '1.2 million
after an'invenrto'y was niade of the pot by law
officials Friday afternoon.
According to Gulf County Sheriff, Ken
Murphy, the arrest, involving nearly 50 law
enforcement officers d fng the night, was
the culmination of nea. fiv.emonths of
- investigation, observation 4d planning by
Murphy and Eddie Boone, North Florida field
chief for the Florida Department of Criminal
Law Enforcement.
Sheriff Murphy told The Star the group
came under suspicion in February of -this
year when they suspected another shipment
had been made through this area, but had
been missed by law officials. "There has been


constant surveillance of the group at their
headquarters at Mexico Beach and their
activities throughout the area ever since".
Murphy said local law officials had names,
and addresses of everyone involved two
weeks before the drug shipment was finally
made, resulting in the arrest.
Arrested about 2:00 a.m. last Thursday
morning and charged with possession of more
than 100 pounds of pot, and with bonds set at
$100,000 each were: James Ray Morgan, 29, of
Wrightsville Beach, N.C.; Lexington Dunlap,
26, of Brandon: William Strohach',III, 29, of
Boone, N.C., Laurice Rh'en~Welsh, 25, of
Columbia, S.C., Robert Lee Bales, 28, of
Lithonia, Ga., David Benton Lenhart, 29, of
St. Petersburg: Terrell Cecil Green, 23, of
Marietta, Ga.: Russell Johdon Thomas, 22,
of Fort Lauderdale; John M."hell Kerce, 27,
of Columbia, S.C.; Paul Davy McCann, 23, of
Oklahoma City: Martin James Laurich, 34, of
, Atlanta; Gary C. Dunn, 25, of Cincinnati;
Stephen Ladd, 30, of Williston; David Joseph
Holton, address unknown; Leah Rebecca
Murphy, 25, of Naples and Daniel E. Currie,
address unknown.
Charged with conspiracy to deliver
marijuana with bail of $50,000 each were


James Elwood Welsh, 25, ari.Thomas Henry
Jones. Jr.. 23, of Columbia.'S.C
Another man, Marcus,- J. Renfro. of
Orangeburg, S.C.. and Pallama City, ran
from the arresting officers 9i the lime of the
arrest and made his way f6i about 17 miles
through the woods and swan4ps before he was
picked up by Deputy Arnold 1'olliver the next
day on Highway 98 just sout of Ward Ridge.
Tolliver saw Renfro hitch-h.ing and chased
him into the woods to make tle arrest. Renfro
had lost his shoes and was st'atched, cut and
bleeding all over, especially about the feet.
"He wasn't in much conditi*p to get away",
Sheriff Murphy said. (.
Four of the group had tieen arrested at
the Mexico Beach headquarters in the early
morning hours Thursday atld lodged in the
Bay County jail. They wei'r Miss Murphy,
Ladd, Dunn and Holton who were released
Friday by Bay County authorities for lack of
evidence.
"After transporting them to jail and
looking at what we had at the time, we felt we
didn't have enough to file charges against
them," said Terry Bondurant, assistant agent
in charge of the Tallahassee Operation Center
of the Florida Department 6f Criminal Law


Enforcement.
According to investigating officers the
contraband drugs were brought into the area,
possibly from Mexico. on a $100.000 tri-
maran. the "Two-too-much" and transferred
to three smaller boats off the sea buoy at the
entrance to St. Joseph Bay. The smaller boats
came into the Gulf County Canal and made
their way to the old dynamite loading dock
near the Gulf Canal's junction with the
Intracoastal Waterway near White City.
There. law officers watched from the bushes
while the drugs were transferred to two
pick-up trucks with camper shells on the back
and a van.
A fourth vehicle, another pick-up, started
the convoy on its way in the wee hours of the
morning by running interference north on
Highway 71. When the pick-up failed to
attract the attention of the law enforcement
agents watching the entire operation, the
others started their journey north. They were
stopped by a small army of law near Cypress
Creek, where the arrests were made at about
2:00 in the morning.
All of the vehicles, except the van bore
North Carolina license plates. The van had
(Continued on Page 3)


Deputy Sheriff Raymond Watson checks one of the bags
of marijuana confiscated in last Thursday's raid.


Bail Reduced;


7 Make- Bonds


Bonds were reduced'
Tuesday for the 14 men
lodged in Gulf County jail
alter the marijuana raid of
last Thursday, by Circuit
Judge I.arry G. Smith.
After the bonds were re-
~"did:" e-n-'f -h .Tme
Wvre dble to make bal 'n'
the rest remain locked tup
in the jail.

Marcus Renfro had his
$150,000 bond reduced to
$50.000. Thomas H. Jones'
bond was cut from $50.000
to $26.000. Terrell C. Gunn
from $100.000 to 5:10.000:
James M. l.aurich from
$100.000 to $25,000; I.aurice
R. Welsh from $100.000 to
$25.000: James R. Morgan


from SI00.000 to, $35.000:
John M. Kerce from $100,-
000 toS:15.000: Lexington M.
Dunlap from $100,000 to
$:15.000: William B. Siron-
ach. Ill from 5100,000 to
5:15.000: PIul D. McCann

'ames E. Welsh froin $50,-
000 to 5:10.000: Robert L.
Bales from $100.000 to $30,-
000: Russell J. Thomas
from $100.000 to 3:t0.000 and
David B. Lenhart from
$10n.000 to $P0.000.
Making bail after the
amount was lowered were:
James I.aurich. Thomas
Jones. David Lenhart, Paul
McCann. James Morgan.
Robert Bales and Marcus
Renfro.


Agents from the Florida Law Enforce-
ment Agency are shown above checking one


of the captured' vehicles for clues,
-Star photo


FDLE agents inventory bags of mari- Gulf County Deputy Raymond Watson and
juana confiscated in Thursday's raid while Sheriff Ken Murphy watch the operation.


Wewahitchka Group Perturbed Over Closing of Street


A New Look


Port St. Joe'I high school -band will
appear in public for the first time this year at
the first football game of the season. They will
make their appearance in new, lightweight
gold uniforms which were received "this past


After spending nine hours in
i budget ,sessions Monday and
Tuesday afternoons, it was a
weary County Commission
which called its regular meet-
ing to order Tuesday evening
at 7:00 p.m. It was also a
record session, with the Board
completing its business and
heading for home at 9:30.
Tuesday night County Com-
: mission meetings usually
^ start at 7:00 p.m., and some-
0 .times.continue as late at 1:00
a.m., the next morning.
SAs anxious as they were to
adjourn, a delegation of black
Citizens .from the Methodist
S"Hill section of Wewahitchka
.: weren't about to let them until
S '- -:. their" complaint, :had been
heard.
With Corbett Williams, Jr.,
and Charles Bostick doing
most of the talking for the
delegation, they expressed
their 'displeasure at: a road
being closed which provided
access to their neighborhood.
County Commissioner, Otis
Davis,' Jr., was the target of
their ire. They claimed he had
plowed up the road in question
and planted soy beans on the
old road bed.


Fiesta Food '

'Store Entered
A break in was committed
sometime Monday night at the
Fiesta Food Store at Mexico
Beach.
Apparently intruders gained
week. The uniforms were purchased through entrance into the building by
funds raised by projects, donations and using a sledge hammer on the
activities of the band students and band back of the building. Investi-
parents. Shown modeling the new uniforms gations are being made by the
are, left to right: Suzanne Hammock, band Mexico Beach Police Depart-
captain and section leader; Randy Atchison ment.
and Debra Price, section leader. The business is locally own-
-Star photo ed by George and Ike Duren.


:Davis countered, late in the
discussion, that he had not
done the dirty deed. He had
rented the property to another
person who had actually done
the plowing and planting.
In the lengthy discussion, it
was learned the County had
voted to close the road about
two years ago and move it to a
slightly different location,
which would straighten a jog
in the road and place it on a
section.line. The new road has.
since been constructed.
One fly in the ointment was
that somehow the County
Commission had failed to
follow through on their deci-
sion to close the road with a
public hearing on the matter.
This,' in effect, made the
,closing illegal.
Even though the new road
has been constructed in the
past, the residents of Metho-
dist Hill still wanted their old
road back. Bostick said, "The
replacement road is not ade-
quate: The road is bad when it
rains".
The delegation seemed to be
satisfied when Davis said he
would re-open the road and the
Commission agreed to hold
their hearing on closing the
street. The hearing will be
held at the regular meeting of
August 23.
OTHER BUSINESS
The Commission took care
of several small but important
matters, including:
-Heard a presentation on
aid available from the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, RC&D
for repairs to eroded gullies,
road shoulders, etc. The Com-
mission filed for such aid to
repair the road shoulder of the
Pleasant Rest Cemetery in the
north end of the county.
-Bill Simmons, chairman


of the ad hoc library commit-
tee, notified the Board that
Charlie Brock had been ap-
pointed chairman of the libra-
ry dedication committee and
asked for permission to com-
mit the county for a small
amount of money for the
dedication ceremony.
-Decided to lease the West
Arm Creek wayside park from
DOT after DOT said they were
going to close it otherwise.
The DOT said their observa-'
tion showed the park wasn't
used enough. Commissioner
Jimmy Gortman said, "They
just weren't checking at the
right time".
-Declined an invitation
from Leon County to attend an
organization meeting of the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council. (successor to the now
defunct Northwest Florida
Planning and Advisory Coun-
cil) in Blountstown on August
18. The Board feels the $5,000
annual dues are a little too
rich for Gulf County blood.
-Received a report from
the Corps of Engineers that
the mouths of Corley Slough
and Virginia Cut would be
opened up if the county would
obtain spoil area. The county
has contacted International
Paper Company for the spoil
area.
-A letter from Congress-
man Bob Sikes assured the
county of his support in get-
ting the Corps of Engineers to
take over maintenance of the
Gulf County Canal.
-A letter from the School
Board stated that body is
investigating its responsibility
to pay a portion of the Court-
house utilities before agreeing
to do so.


-Agreed to allow David and
Michael Roche to construct a
50' road on a piece of property
they own in Oak Grove. The


two men were instructed to
contact the contractor to fur-,
nish water and sewer services'
to the 16 lots in the site.


More Money for



Sunland Center


Representative Billy Joe
Rish announced this week that
the recent session of the
Florida Legislature approp-
riated in excess of $500,000 for
the construction of phase five
of the Sunland Recreation
Park on St. Joseph's Penin-
sula.
Rish said the new project
would see the erection of four
new cottages, a dining and
kitchen building and some
other, improvements. Rish'
said this is a project that
many people have worked on
so that those less fortunate
than we can enjoy life a little
more. "I commend all the
citizens for their cooperative
efforts in this worthwhile pro-


ject", the veteran leglalator
said.
In addition to the most
recent appropriation of funds
announced by Rish, there is
still some $200,000 from the
last appropriation still to be
spent at the site, which is near
the T. H. Stone Memot'al
State Park on the Peninsula.
This summer the park is
being used practically every
day by members of the state's
Sunland Training Centers fTo
sea-side vacation and play.
This summer, visitors to the
site will enjoy a new swims
ming pool, built during the
winter, as well as the beacd
facilities on the Gulf of Mex-
ico.


Lewis Enters Plea


of Guilty Monday


Jimmy Lee Lewis pled
guilty this week in Circuit
Court to a lesser charge 9f
manslaughter, a second, de-
gree felony. He had originally
been charged with murder;
Lewis was accused'or mur-
dering Gus Baker, his step
father, during an argument.
Both were drinking at the
time, began arguing, and


Baker, the dead man, was
reported to have stabbed
Lewis, who in turn acquired
gun and shot Baker.

Pre-sentence investigation
is being conducted by the
Florida Probation and Par-
ole Commission, after "which
Lewis will be sentenced by
Judge Larry Smith.


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EDITORIALS


Eli' -~ UA'.'S'L~3


Miracle


Will be A


It's budget time with the various
Y government organizations here in
Gulf County and with budget time
comes the agony and chaos of trying
to provide everything everyone
wants without taking more money
from them to do it.
A column written in last week's
Newsweek magazine by George
Will, pretty much describes the
feelings of the 'people concerning
: .providing government services. Will
:was writing about the attitude of
New York City toward Consolidated
SEdison, supplier of New York's
power, both before and after the
: ,,-power failure. One could apply one
paragraph in Will's column to our
situation by merely changing the
words "Consolidated Edison" for
"local government", "county gov-
ernment", or "school board". Read
j the paragraph .repri.ted imred-
iately below: c
"Consolidated Edisop provides
even the humblest of its customers
with harnessed power beyond the
dreams of Louis XIV. But its
customers, like Oscar Wilde, who
When shown Niagara Falls said it
would be more impressive if it





Get ob

No doubt the marijuana smug-
glers which were caught here in Gulf
County late last week thought they
could operate through a sparsely
settled locale such as Gulf County
and get away with it.
They probably thought nobody
would see them in the out of the way
places as they attempted to break
the law. Too, they likely figured
the law enforcement in a small
county such as Gulf would be too
inept and too busy with petty things
to be able to put together an
organization to effectively get evi-
dence and arrest them.
In our observation, we think the
fact the smugglers picked a small
county like Gulf with plenty of water
front shoreline over which to bring
contraband was the smugglers un-
loing. The smugglers were observed
around the clock at their headquar-


Letters.

To the Merchants of Port
St,, Joe:
"Last week an incident oc-
curred which should be ques-
tioned by people who support
the City of Port St. Joe.
-An individual from Cocoa.
Beach telephoned the Cham-
ber of Commerce to request
information about and accom-
modations in Port St. Joe. The
person who answered the tele-
phone for the Chamber of
:. Commerce suggested that he
plan his motel stay on the
beaches since he would not
life what was available in
tvwn. This person from Cocoa
Beach did spend one night on
the beach; however, he spent
the following night here in
-Port St. Joe. Appreciating the


flowed the other way, are hard to
please. Consolidated Edison's cus-
tqmers reserve Aor it that special
irribatility Americans feel toward
utilities and other- institutions (such
as government) that provide neces-
sary services and then expect
Americans to pay for -them."
That's what makes balancing a
budget so very hard; people want
the services they have been accus-
tomed to and many new ones which
may be desirable, but a willingness
to pay more taxes to finance the
services is a no-no.
In these days of climbing prices,
it is only to be expected that the
services of government are also
going to get more expensive. When
things get more expensive, govern-:
ment must curtail some of its'
services or levy more taxes.. Higher
prices and Wages make either oneor
the other of these moves mandatory.
The government, even here in
Gulf County, which provides the
same services next year as they did
last year and manages not to raise
taxes somewhere along the line, has
performed a major miracle.


Done

ters since last February. There's no
doubt -in our mind but what local
people noticed a continuing influx of
strangers at the headquarters bun-
galow and expressed their suspi-
cions to the law enforcement.
True, the task of gathering
evidence and arrest would be a
hurculean project for a county the
size of Gulf. There were eight men to
pay round the clock since February
for observation of the ring; then
there were nearly 50 men to pay for
nearly a 48 hout period while the
final plans, theq arrest, and the
cataloguing of evidence was carried
out.
Again, we have to cite coopera-
tion among area agencies as getting
an effective job done by pooling their
efforts, resources and manpower.
Cooperation gets things done.


cleanliness of the motel and
the friendliness of the person-
nel, he discussed the incident
of the Chamber of Commerce
telephone call with the man-
agement.
The question I ask of the
merchants of this community
is: Is Your Chamber of Com-
merce supporting YOU? A
vacationer or businessman
directed out-of-town, very pro-
bably out of the county (as to
Mexico Beach), takes his
money with him. He does not
purchase gasoline from local
stations, food from local res-
taurants or grocery stores,
alcoholic beverages from
local liquor stores, or simply
vacation items or necessities
from the variety of stores


along Reid Ave. Although the
price of any of these items
may be small and thought
inconsequential, the revenue
from these purchases is
bypassing the local merchants
and the Gulf County tax funds.
This person, and how many
other individuals or families,
has been, directed away from
our town and, thereby, from
your businesses.
Merchants: Is this the ser-
vice you expect from your
local Chamber of Commerce,
your town's Good-Will Agen-
cy?
Margaret Roche

Dear Mr. Ramsey:
I have never written to you
before and have been reading


HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE stopped by the drug display on Reid Avenue
Saturday afternoon to see some of the paraphernalia used by those who use
drugs and to see some of the drug items themselves first hand. The display was
presented as a joint effort of the Gulf County Sheriff's Department and Ladies


Funds Available !

for Repayment

of Fuel Bills
Funds are now available to
provide some repayment of
energy fuel bills resulting
from the past cold winter.
Those over 65 and those with
service cutoffs or threats, of-
cutoffs because of unpaid bills
will receive first considera-
tion. If sufficient funds are
available, households with in-
comes under $7,313 (family of
four) or $4,913 for a couple
with proof of dire financial
need as a result of having paid
large energy fuel bills will
receive help. Payments or
credits up to $250 are possible.
The program is federally
funded and under the admini-4-
strative "supervision of tihe
Florida Department of Com-
munity Affairs with volunteer
coordinating help from the
Leon County Tallahassee
Community Action Program
Board President, Jean R.
Pearman.
The State Office of Man-
power Planning is supplying
outreach workers to take ap-
plications in each county.
Proof of energy fuel bills
owed or paid is necessary.
Outreach worker for the pro-
ject in Port St. Joe is Ray-
mond Addison, and you may
contact him at- 227-7026 for
adjustment information. You
may also contact Kathy Sel-
lers at -6229 or inquire at
the Gulf County Health De-
partment located at 401 Long
Ave.


Tides


Tides for the coming week in
St. Joseph's Bay are listed
below. The tide times are fur-
nished by the U. S. Weather
Bureau station in Apalachi-
cola.


Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.-
Sun.
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.


High
8:26 A
9:18 A
10:11 A
10:59 A
11:48A
12:30P
1:05P


Low
7:02 P
7:48P
8:30P
8:55 P
9:06P
8:44 P
7:48P


your paper for years and there
is one thing that always stands
out to me. That is you are
always cutting down the
people of Port St. Joe for going
to Panama City, Wewahitch--
ka. Apalachicola, Tallahassee
and other cities to spend their
money!
I feel as you do. We should
try and support our merchants
here before going elsewhere to
spend our cash. But I feel the
merchants and businessmen
of our area are not doing their
share of helping the people
here. Let me show you what I
mean.
The companies and busi-
nesses of our area and town
have rules about "We can't
hire kin". Therefore my sons
have to leave our town and go
to other towns to find work, I
can speak personally on this
matter as I now have two sons
who have to travel to Panama
City to work because they


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I want you to know right off; I didn't do it!
Frenchie came up with a blooming shiner
under her left eye Friday and I was amazed at
how many people thought I did it. Even Sheriff
Ken Murphy saw her going into the post office
Saturday morning, and, without asking for any'
explanation, asked her if she wanted to swear out
a warrant for me. He sounds pretty eager to put
me in jail. I'll just steer clear of him for a while.
Everyone who came in the office asked why I
had hit Frenchie under the eye; some even asked
what I hit her with.
I want the record set straight. I didn't hit
her, trip her or throw anything at her.
Grandson Bill is the culprit.
He eats, sleeps, dreams, breaths and talks
baseball constantly. At only four years old, he
will even sit down in front of the television and sit
still, watching a baseball game. That's quite a
sacrifice for a four year old. Everywhere he goes
he carries a baseball or softball with him.
Recently, his aunt Catherine found a pair of size
10V2 little league baseball shoes and bought them
for him and he hasn't taken them off since not
even to wash his feet or go to bed.
Bill is a ball-a-holic.
Friday, he was here in the office waiting for
his mother to take him home. He had a softball in
his hand, as usual. Frenchie was sitting at the


Herring Still Urging Pre-


Registration
Kenneth Herring, Principal,
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, is still urging parents
Sto register their children for
next school year. All students
,who have attended or will
'attend the high school next
\year, must register for next
'school year. Parents must
complete personal informa-
tion in addition to course sel-
,ection forms.
,.Most parents have com-
-'pleted all necessary forms.
,There are just a few parents
,who have not. Therefore, if


can't work here. For instance,
!I work at the box plant,
therefore my sons are told St.
;Joe Paper can't hire them, yet
almost everyday they hire
People from qther towns such
as Panama City, Apalachi-
cola, Wewahitchka and
Blountstowp.
These people hired from out
of town sure carry their
,money to other towns and
none is spent here! So what is
being done about that? See
there has not been any com-
ment in your papr about that,
could it be because you might
loose the business and support
of these businessmen if you
commented on that?
I would rather, spend my
cash here and so would my
family, but so would we like to
work here and since everyone
knows gas is cheaper in
Panama City on a whole than
it is in Port St. Joe, and since
my sons have to drive the


of Students
you have not registered your
child, please do so now.
All registration forms are
available in the Guidance Of-
fice. The office is open Mon-
day through Friday, 8:00 a.m.
- 2:30 p.m. EDT.
Principal Herring would
like for all parents to be aware
of their child's classes for next
school year.


For Ambulance

Call 227-2311


thirty some odd piles, there
and back, every day anyway,
who can blame me for buying
there? The same is so for
clothes in the stores, etc. so
why doesn't our business
people try and get our indus-
tries to change their rules,
then we could better support
our businesses.
I am not alone in this think-
ing. I have talked about it with
many others and have .heard
this echoed over and over.
You probably won't print
this due to it being against
policies of some of the big
businesses of our area, but
anyway, maybe you will see
what I mean and maybe one
day the other side will be told.
Thanks anyway for taking the
time to hear my side.
Sincerely,
Wallace F. Tillery
Route 3, Box 18
Port St. Joe, Fla.


Auxiliary and the Port St. Joe Police Department. In the photo above, Mrs.1
Dianne Reagan, left, and Mrs. Wanda Brown (with her mouth open), members
of the Auxiliary, are tending the display and answering questions put to them by
the viewers. -Star photo


desk and Bill shouted, "Catch, Memaw", and
tossed his softball. It caught her on the left
cheekbone, resulting in the blackeye.
I swear to you, that's the truth. I declare I
didn't give her that black eye.

Almost everyone here in Port St. Joe knows
by now that Chip Carter, the president's son, was
a guest at the beach last week. He arrived
.Sunday gf last week to sped a week #t a beach
, cottage at Mexico Beach,.surrotnded by secret
service men, and he left Thursday morning when
the customs agents, Florida Law Enforcement
agency men, the Marine Patrol and the Sheriff's
departments of Gulf and Bay counties began to
unravel a drug ring which had been operating
out of a house in Mexico Beach since this past
February.
We had an interview scheduled for Saturday
morning with Chip, but his untimely departure
ruled the interview out.
I'm sure it was a fun vacation for Chip. He
was staying in a beach cottage with his family.
All the cottages surrounding the one he was
staying in were occupied by secret service men.
There were telephone lines strung all over the
place with communications to the White House
and several other points. The drug bust was
several blocks from where Carter was staying,
but he was whisked off anyhow.
There's nothing like a free, unencumbered,
relaxing week at the beach to make a fellow
unwind.

What with North Korea getting into the
world news recently by shooting down an
American helicopter which strayed over the
DMZ, it looks to me as if the North Koreans don't
want the Americans to leave South Korea.
The shooting came only days after President
Carter announced that he was going to start
phasing the American presence out of South
Korea. With the actions of the North Koreans,
after the declaration by Carter, I'm convinced
they want us to stick around a while longer.

Our own Representative Billy Joe Rish was
speaking to the Rotary Club last week about the
recent session of the Legislature. Billy Joe had
some pretty unkind things to say about some of
the Legislature and particularly some of its
Legislative committees.
Billy Joe said, "You know how Legislative
committees are. Somebody said that a camel
was designed by a Legislative committee: they
started out to design a horse."
I think Billy Joe has his wires crossed on this
one. It's evident a Legislative committee didn't
design a camel. It's true the camel is ugly; it
smells bad; it has two unsightly humps on its
back; its lower lip is too long and it's hair is
scraggly looking.
Even though it is ugly, awkward and gives
many other indications of having been designed
by a Legislative committee, there's one indica-
tion that it was. not it DOES work!

After the rain of last Monday we had a few 4
days of relatively cool weather to enjoy for a
short while. About the middle of the week, the
weather began to get hot and sultry again. Cheer
up, though, there's only about seven more weeks
of hot weather before the nights begin to get cool
once more maybe.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1977 PAGE THREE


30c Pay Raise Proposed for All



County Employees In New Budget


The eternal battle of the
bulging budget continued this
week as the County Commis-
sion met in two marathon
sessions Monday and Tuesday
in attempts to make the out-go
match the income.
When the Board members
finished chopping the budget
requests of the department
heads Tuesday evening; it
looked as if they might once
again have come up with a
financial formula which would
meet the current rate of
taxation. Then came the sal-
ary increases for county em-
ployees. Most of the depart-
ment heads had asked for
various amounts of salary
increases, but the Board said
they would disregard all sug-
gestions and give all em-
ployees the same salary in-
crease. Tuesday night, they
finally settled on an increase
of 30 percent increase for all
employees and a one-half cent
per hour'increase for each
year worked for all employees
with more than one year of
service with the county.
BIG FOUR
The "big'four" in the county
budget-Road Department,
Mosquito Control, Sheriff's
Department and County Com-
mission-seemed to fare pret-
ty well, with all but the Road
Department being successful
in securing small increases
over last year's budget. The
Road Department took its
lumps at the hand of the
Commission.
The County Commission
budget, which finances most
of the management of the
county activities, survived
with their $217,644 request;
$7,000 more than last year.
The Road and Bridge Fund
had $46,570 lopped off its.
request for $418,380.48. The
Road and Bridge wound up
with a budget of $372,810, or
$12,000 less than last year.
Sheriff Ken Murphy said he:
needed $28,000 to replace four
cars, all of which had over
80,000 miles of service, but the
Commission asked him to cut
this to three new-cars, reduc-
ing his budget request by'
. $25,000. The Sheriff wound up
with a promised $246,986 for a
$21,000 increase over last
year. Mosquito Control super-
visor Tommy Pitts settled for
an increase of $2,000 from last
year to a total of $130,252.80.
None of these several bud-
gets reflect the wage increase
for employees. This figure is
still sort of nebulous and the
Board is not sure just how
much the proposed 30c and
longevity increases will cost
the county. There have been-
no totals run up as yet on- the
budget due to the fluid nature
of several of the funds.
The Commission seems .to
be pretty well satisfied with
the adjusted budgets, but
there is still no indication as
yet as to just what the county
operation bill or the tax rate
will be for,the coming fiscal
year.
OTHER FUNDS
Smaller funds in the budget
Were all cut to some degree in
the two budget sessions. The
-several different items are

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One "catch-all" ftund, the
General Fund Contracts pro-
vides funding for many small
agencies and expenses such as
Medicaid, TB care, Library,
forestry service, planning,
fire control, etc. This fund got
by with an increase, even
though several item requests
were cut. Last year, this
budget totaled $54,404.84. Ten-
tative total for the new year is


$77,904.4.4: Cuts'in the original
requests' reduced the library
$10.000 back to its levy of last
year, $20,060. This reduced,
state matching funds from
$11,000 to $4,500. Publicity was
reduced $500 and contribution
to Gulf County Activity Cent "r
for Retarded reduced from
$800 to $400.
Increases were $1,200 for the
N. W Florida Development
Council and $17,334 to pay the


county share of the emergen- last year.


cy room doctor at Municipal,.
Hospital.
County Agent Cubie Laird
wound Up with a budget of
$16,794.42 for a $95 00 increase.
Civil Defense reduced from
a request of $17,600 to a total of
$11.421. Civil Defense had 4"
budget of $13.303 last year. ,.
Veterans Service office had:
its request of $13.360 cut bacWk'
to $9.360. the same funding aP


The Tax Collector asked for
$80.531. and was given $70,-
230.04. This fund was $66,781
last year.
Tax Assessor Samuel A.
Patrick asked for $55,728 and
will be provided with $51.928,
$28 00 less than last year
The Health Department is
still undecided. The service
has asked for $35.172 for an
increase of $15.676. It seems


the Health Department has
been living on cash carried
over for the past five years
and have now used it all up
and there is a need to spend
$12,000 on the roofs oft he two
HD buildings.
Port St. Joe Ambulance
Service received a small in-'
crease from $10,535 last year
to a tentative $10,609.,.
Wewahitchka Ambulance
Service was left the same at
$6,700.
County Court operations
was allowed to take a volun-
tary cut from $1,200 last year
to $700 for the .coming year.
It isn't over yet. The! Health
*Department is expected to


fight hard for its increase, the
first in several years. Dr, W,
T. Weathington, the director,
presented an in-depth report
along with his budget request
pointing out that the Health
Department has been operat-
ing for several years on cash
reserves and is now broke
with several urgent needs
,twing them in the face.


The library is moving into a
new building here in Port St.
Joe and had its budget request
cut to what it has been for the
past two or three years. They
still have their "big gun"
coming up in district librar-
ian, Jane Patton, who is
usually pretty effective when
she gets before the Commish'
sion.


Garage Sale Set Friday


A "garage sale" will be held
this Friday, July 29, in the
vacant lot by City Hall. Items
for sale will include hand
made hanging baskets,
clothes, household knick


knacks, and a good G.E.
electric stove.

The sale, sponsored by the
United Methodist Women, will
be from nine a.m. to 12 noon.


Marijuana From Page 1

Bay County, Florida plates. were confiscated.
Confiscated in the raid were seven Involved in the investigation and arrest
vehicles, four boats, $5,000 in cash, and 16 Thursday were officers from the Gulf County
weapons, for an estimated worth of $181,000. Sheriff's Department, Wakulla County Sher-
This was the second big intercept of a iff's Department, Bay County Sheriff's De-
marijuana shipment in Gulf County. The first apartment, Florida Marine Patrol, U.S. Cus-
one was on Christmas Eve' in 1973 at toms, State's Attorney's Office and Florida
Overstreet, where nearly 20 tons of the weed Department of Law Enforcement.


Fire Lit Up Tail



Of This Bug

Fireman Ray Ramsey uses a fire extinguisher on the tail
of this bug which caught fire in front of the Jr. Food Store last
Friday night at 10:45. Fire Chief Bascom Hamm checksithe
inside oTthe car 'foir fire. Some passersby thought the car was
a giant lightning bu 'blinking its tail light until a closer
examination showed it was actually a VW with the engine on
fire. : -Star photo


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Miss Joy Anne Witzky and George


McLawhon ,Jr. Pledge Vows


Miss Joy Anne Witzky of
Fort Wayne, Indiana became
the' bride of George McLasn-
hien, Jr. of Port St. Joe, on
June 4.
The bride, given in marri-
age by her uncle, Harold Wit-
zky of Winona Lake, Ind., was
lovely in an ivory floor length
gown of silk organza with
cluny lace. The gown was fas- '
hioned with a high neckline,
an empire tuDked bodice with
buttons and lantern sleeves.
Ribbon trim accented the high "
waist, which caught to
streamers in the back. Lace
enhanced the bodice and
edged the hemline, which
swept to a chapel train. A
chapel length veil was of ivory
silk illusion, caught to a cluny
The bride's father; Gene E.-,
Witzky, pastor of the Grace J
Brethren Church of Fort
Wgyne, performed the cere-
mony, which was a unique
service, written by the father
of the bride, in which the
couple recited their pledges
arid ring vows from memory.
The father of the groom.
George McLawhon, Sr.,
served his son as best man.5
Thie groomsmen were Steve
Sttauss and Ken Baker, bath
of! Dallas, Tex. Donald Mc-'.
Lawhon, brother of ihegroom,
lit the candles and ushered.
Miss Debbie Jefferson, of
Vineland. New Jersey, was
the maid of honor. Brides-
mdids were. Miss Donna Mr. and Mrs. George McLa-hon, Jr.
Mayer, of Orlando, and Mrs
John Roloff, of Memphis, the pre-wedding and dedica- of the bride's church.
TeAn. tion solos. Miss Jennifer Lynn The bride's colors of pink
Charles Loshbough of On- Witzky, sister of the bride, and blue. were carried out in
tario, Canada. played the presided at the guestbook. the altar flower arrange-
Jamestown 100 organ and The reception was held at ments; in the floral pattern of
Jamres Geetz, of Wisconsin, the home of the bride with the bridesmaid's dresses, in
accompanied him on the trum- Mrs. Katy. Dittman, Mrs. the blue trim on the bridal
pet for the processional and Cheryl Kelley. andi Mrs. Bar- gown d veil, iteink
recessional.anCastator servingthe the pink
recessional. bara Castator serving the flower girls' dresses, and in
All the bridal party and the buffet. The shrimp served at the blue flowers on the cake.
accompanists were class- the reception was furnished by
mates of thd bridal couple at the groom's parents and Following a honeymoon trip
Bryan College, Dayton, Tenn., brought to Fort Wayne from to upper;Michigan, the couple
whire both the bride and Port St. Joe. are at home at 1O0 .North
groom graduated. The double wedding cake; Washington Street, Tulla-
Miss Cary Lynn Howie cou- joined by a bridge on which a homa. Tennessee. where the
sirh of the brN .-ie s iat[re iide a.d co_ groom :is igad Vn post
G enda Lynn'-~t o -as ~eauti ''t e raddaf't opthhUniver-
of the bride, were flower girls. and decorated by Mr. and sity of Tennessee Space In-
Mrs. Steve Strauss furnished Mrs. Dale Castator, members. stitute.


Methodists Set

Vacation Bible

School Week

Vacation Bible School will
be held at First United Metho-
dist Church August 1-5. 8:30 -
11:30 each morning, Monday
through Friday. All children
in grades one through six are
urged to attend, according to
an announcement today by.
Martha Sanborn, director.
The church bus will make a
run each day leaving the.;
church at 8:00 a.m.


Puppet

Show at

Library
The St. Joe Public Library
will present the puppet play,
"The Three Billy Goats
Gruff". The three billy goats
have a problem;'how'can they
get across the bridge and still
escape the troll that lives
underneath?
Come and find out the goats'
solution at 2:30, on Monday
afternoon, August 1. Admis-,
sion is free and -,open to the
public. .


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mondy
of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly
of this city, announce the birth
of their daughter, Vickie
Christina,born June 26 at Our
Lady of Mercy Hospital in
Cincinnati. She weighed 7 lbs.
7/2 ounces.
Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Claude C. Monday
of Loveland, Ohio. Great
grandmother is Mrs. Maria
Tiller of Rosenhiem, Germany
many.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray of 111
Duval St. :
The Mondy's are also the
parents of a 2% year old son,
Michael.


Proper Watering-Once A Week


Soaking Says Horticulturist


SMiss Bowman


.Shower Inspiration


Miss Sharon Bowman was
feted with a miscellaneous
shower on July 23, at the home
of Mrs. Hugh Daniel, 304 16th
St. Hostesses for this lovely
occasion were the ladies of
Faith Bible Church.
Shown from left are Elsie


Bowman, mother of the hon-
oree, Miss Bowman, honoree,
Tina Peiffer and Thelma Dan-
iel.
Miss Bowman will become
the bride of Gary Larson on
August 27 at Mead Gardens in
Winter Park.


The July meeting of Mission
Group III, United Methodist
Women of the First United
Methodist Church, met Tues-
day evening, July 19, in the
home of Mrs. Jesse Stone on,
Monument Ave. The purpose
of the meeting was to carry on
the regular business of the
circle and to complete circle
plans for the "Christmas In
July Festival" to be held at
the church on Saturday, July
23. The main responsibility of
this group was to provide
homemade ice cream.
Mrs. Purvis Howell, chair-
man of Mission III, opened
the meeting with prayer and
conducted the business.
The program was present-
ed by Mrs. Joe Johnson, who
gave a most interesting report
on her camp-meeting experi-
ences at Indian Springs, Ga.
Mrs. Johnson attends these


meetings each year during the
month of August and, she said,
"lives from August to Aug-
ust." The August meetings
last for 10 days-a time of
renewal of spirit.
Memribers attending the
meeting were Mrs. Purvis
Howell, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs.
Gus Creech, Mrs. Jim Gregg,
Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr., Mrs.
Paul Edwin Ramsey, Mrs.
Roy Taylor. Guests included
Mrs. Nobie Stone, her sister,
Mrs. A. E. Conant from
Naples, Miss Mazie Stone,
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., Mrs.
Jimmy Howell. amd a neice of
the hostess, Mrs. Richard
Cato, wife of Lt. Col. Cato, who
with her two children, Lauren
and Gavin, were visiting her
aunt. The Catos are recently
back from .Iran where they
spent two years. They will be
stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.


Suntan lotion,
First Aid Supplies

Suntan lotions and creams, insect
repellents, first aid supplies and cold
remedies are now on sale at low prices
for summer.


SMITH'S .

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Phone 227-5111


By: Robert J. Black
Ext. Urban Horticulturist
,;-Universit3 of Florida
Many shallow rooted plants
and, newly set plants suffer
water stress during hot sum-
mer days. Wilting followed by
browning of leaf tips and
edgps are signs of water stress
in plants
Several areas of the state
havp not had adequate rain-
fall to supply the amounts of
water needed by most plants.
Therefore, watering has been
necessary during the past few
months. Proper watering is
generally not practiced by
most gardeners in that either
under or over watering is
done.
'oie person who under
waters his plants and lawn
does so thinking he has sup-
plied the plant with enough
moisture through light, daily
sprinklings. It is almost use-
less to lightly sprinkle plants
everyday. Frequent, light
sprinklings only wet the soil to
a 4epth of less than one inch.
Moot plant roots are much
deeper in the soil than one
inch. Such light sprinkling
only settles the dust and.does
little to quench the- thirst of a
pliht. growing in a hot, dry
soil. Instead of daily, light
waterings, give the plants a
wdekly soaking. When water-
ingi allow the soil to become
wet to a depth of several
indes. This type of watering
allows the moisture to pene-
tr4ae into the soil area where
rougs can readily absorb it. A
soAl which has been wet to a
death of six to eight inches
retains moisture for several
days, while one wet only an
in4di or so deep is dry within a
dat. So, for the good of your
plants, give them a thorough
watering at least once a week
du@ng dry weather.
ui contrast to those who
unjer water their plants,
thli'e are those who water so
of tn and heavily that they
dr yn their plants. The symp-
toiis of too much water are
th4e ame as for too little. The
leaves turn brown at the tips


and edges, then brown all over
and drop from the plant.
These symptoms should be the
same, since they result from
the same cause-little water
in the plant tissue.
How, you might ask, could
constant over watering of a
plant result in too little water
in the plant? The answer is
that too much water in a soil
causes death of the root
system as a result of oxygen
deficiency. Plant roots need
oxygen, just as you do, to live.


When a sil is soggy wet all the.
time, very little oxygen is
present in, the soil. When this
condition exists, the roots die'.
Dead roots do not absorb
water, even when there is an
abundant .supply present in
the soil. When the roots die
and no longer absorb water,
the leaves begin to show signs
of lack of water. Often garden-
ers recognize the signs oi lack
of water caused by this situa-
tion, but instead of slacking up
on watering, they add more.


This further aggravates the
situation, and more often than
not, the plants die quickly. The
most famous horticulturist of
our time, L. H. Bailey, once
said, "More plants die from
drowning than from drought."
This is still true, but don't let
either drought or drowning
kill your plants this summer.
Thoroughly soak the soil at
each watering and then allow
the soil to become slightly dry
before applying more mois-
ture.


SHE


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Methodist Group Two

Meet with Mrs. Stone


WELCOME
EVERYONE INVITED
-ORIENTATION MEETING

DALE CARNEGIE COURSE

SEE AN AMAZING MEMORY DEMONSTRATION
GAIN RECOGNITION
DEVELOP MORE SELF CONFIDENCE-
A greater belief in yourself and n your own abilities.
SPEAK EFFECTIVELY-
How to get your ideas across quickly and to the point.
OVERCOME FEAR OF AN AUDIENCE-
To be at ease in front of a group, think and speak on your feet. Say what you
intend to say in the manner you intend to say it.
REMEMBER NAMES-
Improve your memory in general, become more mentally alert and develop
power of concentration.
DEVELOP LEADERSHIP-
How to motivate and inspire people. To lead instead of drive.
INCREASE SALES- I f
Sell yourself; develop a better personality, increase your enthusiasm and learn
when to stop talking.
OVERCOME WORRY & TENSION-
Think constructively, solve personal and business problems.
WIDEN YOUR HORIZONS-
Gain new interests, friends, and get more enjoy ment out of life.

7 P.M. EDT, TUES., August 2nd
Meeting Room In Rear of Fire Station
Port St. Joe, Fla.
TOM LI PE & ASSOC.


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New Bethel Women

, Slate Activities


The New Bethel AME
methodist t Curch has sets its
annual women's day drive foi
August 21. This year's them
is "Prayer, the Sustaining
Force of Christianity."
Speaker for the morning
occasion will be Mrs. Nellie G.
Parked -t Milton. The day will
begin with Sunday School at
9:45, followed by morning ser-
vices at 11:00, and concluded
with evening services at 6:00,
at 'which a skit will be per.
formed.
Rev. I. E. Cotton, pastor
extends a cordial invitation to
everyone in Port St. Joe and
the surrounding area to at
tend, worship and share fel
lowship.
SLAVE CONVENTION
The time has been set for a
"mock" old fashioned slave
convention at Washington Re
creation Center, sponsored by
the women of New Bethel
A.M.E. Methodist Church
The convention will be Thurs
day, August 11 at 7:30 p.m.:
All members of the church
are expected to participate


Please get in touch with your
s captain and inform her of the
r part you are to play.
e Tickets can be purchased
g from any member of the
church. If you can't find a
person with tickets, contact
- Mrs. Christine White, Mrs.
- Gillie .McNair, Mrs. Audrey
Monette or Miss Jewel Farm-
t er. Tickets are $1.00 for adults
- and 50 cents for children under
. 12 years of age. They will be
$1.50 at the door for adults and
75 cents for children.

JUBILEE SUCCESS
o Women of the church report
d that the gospel jubilee was a
- tremendous success. They ex-
-. tend their appreciation to:
First Born Holiness adult
choir; Steve. Obsborne, Cora
Quinn, Kenneth Farmer, "The
e Humble Servants" of Port St.
Joe, Primitive Baptist youth
y choir, Mrs. Pearlie Field,
1 Mrs. Gillie McNair. Mrs. Mil-
lie Fennell and Nathan Peters,
- Jr. Special thanks go to John-
ny Jenkins and Abraham
SEvans and Rev. Otis Stall-
worth.


Nazarene

Bible School
Vacation Bible School will
begin on Monday at the
Church of the Nazarene.
The classes are open to chil-
dren three years of age
through sixth grade, and will
begin on Monday, August 1,
and continue through August
7, each evening from 6:00 -
8:30.
The final service will be
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Re.*.
Larry Cox, pastor, extends a
special invitation to all chil-
dren in the Port St. Joe area to
who have no regular church
home to attend. Bible study,
crafts, etc. will be empha-
sized.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Pelo Lindsey
of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of a daughter, Rebecca
Luquita. on July 16.
Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lindsey of
Port St. Joe and Mrs. Luquita
Whitfield of Ashford, Ala.
Maternal grandparents are
Mrs. James H. Terry, Jr. of
White City, and the late James
H. Terry.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. JULY 28, 1977 PAGE FIVE,

WBK Methodists and Baptists.

to Have Joint Services


The First United Methodist
Church and First Baptist
Church will have a joint ser-
vice Sunday night at 7:30 at
the Methodist Church, accord-
ing to an announcement to-
day by Rev. Johnie McCurdy.
Thp Youth Choir from the


Recent Tea Fetes

Miss Deanna Ramsey


Shower Honors Miss McMillian


A shower honoring Miss
Tami McMillian was held at
the Florida Power Lounge on
July 14. The miscellaneous
shower was hosted by Miss
Sheila Lemieux, Diana Seal-
ey, Lynne O'Shall and Mary
Dell Adkison.
IMiss McMillian was pre-
sented a white carnation cor-


sage accented with red ribbon
to complement her red and
white flowered pantsuit. Mrs.
Jean McMillian and the
mother of the prospective
bridegroom, Mrs. Vona 0'-
Brian, were also presented
corsages. Miss O'Shall assist-
ed Miss McMillian in opening
the gifts.


The refreshment table was
covered with a white cloth
accented with silver wedding
bells and held an arrange-
ment of yellow and white
daisies. Orange sherbet
punch, nuts, mints and cake
were served to the guests in
attendance.
Shown, .left to right, are:


Miss Lemieux, Mrs. Jean Mc-
Millian, mother of the hon-
oree, Miss Sealey, Miss Mc-
Millian, honoree, and Miss
Adkison.
Miss McMillian became the
bride of Tom O'Brian, July 16
at 4:30 p.m. in the McMillian
home.


Deanna "Ramsey, fiance of
Marten Taylor,, was honored
at a tea hosted by Mrs. H. C.
Thomason, Jr. at the Thoma-
son's home.
Miss Ramsey greeted her
guests wearing a white sun-
dress accented in eyelet lace
entwined with tiny yellow
ribbons. She was presented
with a corsage of yellow car-
nations which complemented
her ensemble.
Presiding at the bride's
book was Miss Karen Gray.
The serving table was en-
hanced with a mixed arrange-
ment of the bride's chosen
colors. The honoree was pre-
sented with a silver and cry-
stal cake server from her hos-
tess.
Special guests at the tea
were Mrs. Houston Ramsey
and Mrs. Bobby G. Taylor,
mother of the honoree andb
mother- of the future bride-
groom, respectively.
Miss Ramsey will become
the bride of Marlen Taylor
July 29 at the Oak Grove


Assembly of God Church.
Shown from left are Mrs.
Bobby Taylor, mother of the
prospective groom, Miss
Ramsey and her mothbe Mrs.
Houston Ramsey.


Baptist church will do special
singing, and Rev. Bill Heaton,:
pastor of First Baptist, will
preach. After the worship ser-o:
vice a period of fellowship and:
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,.PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1977


Port St.Joe Wins Dixie


Youth Baseball Tourney


Now Competing In District


Port St. Joe advanced to"
"District finals this week in
Blountstown following their
;undefeated play last week in
;the sub-district tourney held
'here. Four teams competed in
:the sub-district: Chattahoo-
chee, Marianna, Donalson-
ville, Ga. and Port St. Joe.
The first night's action of
the double elimination tour-
nament saw Chattahoochee
down Marianna 5-0 and Port
St. Joe defeat Donalsonville
7-0. Alan Sisk pitched a two-hit
ball game in St. Joe's winning
effort. St. Joe got 10 hits in the
game; one a homerun by
pitcher Sisk, with six other St.
Joe players getting hits.
Wednesday night saw Mar-
ianna eliminate Donalsonville
..7-0 and Port St. Joe handed
;.3Chattahoochee its first loss
3-2. Ernie Bryan led St. Joe to
,victory pitching all six inn-
1 mgs. Alan Sisk and David
Pace had one home run each.
."$isk's home run tied the game
',t:- in the fourth inning and
E'ace's homerun in the top of
*..he sixth was the winning
"Npark, driving in Tres Parker
zor a 3-1 score. Chatthoochee
scoreded one run in the bottom of
:.the seventh for a final score of
'--2. St. Joe had five hits in the
game.
In the losers' bracket game
Played Thursday night, Chat-
"ahoochee eliminated Mar-
.ianna 5-3, to gain another shot
at the tourney leader on Fri-
.day.
11. Port St. Joe defeated Chat-
: tahoochee for the title 8-3, led
by the strong pitching of Alan
Sisk and four home runs hit by
his team mates. Bryan hit two
bver the fence, and Mitch
Burke and David Pace one
tach, as the Sharks gathered
nine hits to win. Leading the
stats for Chattahoochee was
Walker with a single and a
home run.
DISTRICT PLAY IN
BLOUNTSTOWN
St. Joe's team travelled to


"Blountstown Monday night of
this week to compete in the
Dixie i Youth district finals,
coming home with a 5-2 win
over Blountstown. Ernie
Bryan pitched all six innings,
giving up nine hits. Blounts-
town scored first in the third
inning on a walk and a single.,
In the bottom of the third, St.
Joe retaliated with a homerun
by Ernie Bryan, bringing in
Mitch Burke on base with a
single, tying the score; and
Then a second homerun by
'Terry Woullard, bringing
home David Bearden, which
put St. Joe ahead by two, with
the score 4-2. In, the fourth
inning Pat Kerigan made the
final score for St. Joe on a
single, putting the final score
at 5-2. Picking up hits for St.
Joe were: Terry Woullard, a
home run and a single; Ernie


Bryan with a homerun; Pat
Kerigaf, three singles;, Mitch
Burke, two singles; and
Frankie Williams and David
Bearden with a single each.
Also on Monday night Chip-
ley defeated Grand Ridge 8-1,
outhitting Grand Ridge. Chip-
ley picked up four homeruns
in the game.
Tuesday night St. Joe drop-
ped its-first game to Chipley
5-2. Alan Sisk "pitched the
entire game for St. Joe. St. Joe
played a superb defensive
game, but couldn't seem to get
their hitting game up to stan-
dard with only four hits the
entire game. Scoring for St.
Joe in the first inning, were
Frankie Williams on a single
and Billy Williams on base
with a walk.
Chipley scored two runs in


.the first, inning on two
doubles, and one run each in
the thiid, fifth and sixth,
innings on singles.
SI. Joe picked up four
singles in the game, hit by
Frankie Williams, Billy Wil-
liams, Alan Sisk and Pat,,
Kerigan.
Blountstown out hit and out


fielded Grand Ridge (16-4)
eliminating them from the
tourney. -
St. Joe met Blountstown
Wednesday night. Results of
the game were not known at
press time Winner of the
game will meet Chipley
Thursday night in Blounts-
I nn


DIXIE LEAGUERS-kneeling from left to right: -Davidson, Tres Parker, Patrick May, Scott Burkett and Pat
Michael Cooley, bat boy; David Pace, Alan Sisk, David Kerigan. Coaches: Jim Beaman, Ernie Bryan and Jim
Bearden, Ernie Bryan, Terry Woullard, Frankie Williams, Cooley.
Mitch Burke and Billy Williams. Standing, left to right: Paul


Wewa Pony League Loses


S.F squeaker 'T District Finals
.0, 1 ;IC, l" . -ir .L A U Ax: A , .. ld_.


Wewahitchka's Pony Lea-
gue ended its third season of
play during the recent District
Dixie Youth Tournament held
'in Marianna. During the regu-
lar season the north Gulf
`County team is sponsored-by
"Coca-Cola Bottling of Panama
.City. who they thanked with a
trophy during their banquet
this year. Also receiving
-awards were various players
iand individuals.
Team loyalty certificates
went to David Rich, Pat Strip-
ling, Mike Stripling, Tim
Price, Clyde McDaniel, Dell
Jackson, Tony Griffin and
"Cecil Chumney. Other awards
were: Best Hustle, Scot Gort-
man; Sportsmanship, Tim
Taunton; Best Rookie, Steve
Stripling; Most Improved,
Kenny Strange and Most Valu-
able Player, Ricky Rogers. A
number of contributors also
furnished individual trophies
for each player recognizing
their posting the best win loss'
record in Gulf County. Over-
all, theWewa team won 12 and
lost one, playing in Gulf
County; lost three times in
Marianna and bested Blounts-
town in a single outing.
During District Tourna-
ment, Wewa placed fourth
among all the area teams,
n.j.making a fine showing for
,Gulf County. Wewa was trip-
ped in'their first outing 9-6 by
an impressive Chattahoochee
team. This dropped the Gulf
County team into the tough
-losers bracket where one must
struggle mightily to reach the
finals. After; narrowing
Malone 10-9 Wewa advanced
to meet Port St. Joe, reeling
from an- 11-1 loss to power-
house Marianna. The game,
was predictably close among
the county rivals, both know-
ing that a loss meant elimi-
'nation. A real pitching duel
'! developed between Buddy
9 Brown of St. Joe and Ricky
Rogers, each player trying for
a save. Rogers prevailed,
claiming a tight 4-4 victory off
Sa timely sacrifice bunt by first
0--baseman Dell Jackson ending


St. Joe's bid with a 2-2 overall
record.
Outstanding tournament
players for Wewa were
Rogers who batted- .467, scor-
ing eight. runs. From the,
mound young Rogers struck
out 13 and allowed only one
run, his efforts limited by
tournament pitching rules'.
Tim Taunton batted .615,
scored three runs that in-
cluded a homer to center field.
Steve Stripling had a .333,
batting average, scoring six
runs. Catcher Kenny Strange
held a .428 go at bat. and
managed crossing the plate
four times. In spite of a good
effort, Wewa lost narrowly to


Donalsonville 8-7 to finish
their tournament effort. Dur-
ing the District contest Wewa-
hitchka scored 27 runs to 29 by
their opponents, a worthy
measure by any yardstick.
Pictured, left to right, are:
front, bat boy Gary Herring;
kneeling, Scot Gortman, Steve
Stripling, Tim Price, Tony
Griffin, Mitch Rich, Mark
Sears, Clyde McDaniel. Stand-
ing, Rodney Herring (coach),
Ricky Rogers, Keith Hanlon,
Tim TauntIn, Norman "Cat-
fish" Nunnery, Dell Jackson,
Kenny Strange, Cecil Chum-
ney. Not.; pictured is. Mike
Stripling.


: .. :. ,.,
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:. % ':


Mitch Burke (number 5) greeted at home after hitting a
home run Friday.


Alan Sisk unloads on a pitch
Which sailed over the fence for
a home run to tie the game,
1-1, in the fourth inning.




-Star photos






Tournament Tune As


Recreation Program Ends


One of the most diversif
recreation programs for lo
youths and adults comes to
conclusion this Friday, Ji
29, with tournaments bei
held Thursday and Friday
three recreation ,sites. Je
Lewis is administering a t
nis tournament for youth
the area at 8th St. ,ten
courts.

Billy Barlow and Steve
France are conducting
16th St. Invitational G
Tournament at the par-th:
golf course. All youth betwi
the ages of six and 16
invited to participate in the
activities.
Tournament play at
Washington School site, und
the direction of Clarence Mo
ette, will complete their ac
vities with tournaments sc]
duled also for Thursday a
Friday of this week. On Thu
day, competition in basket
one-on-one, table tennis a
shuffleboard will be he
Tournaments on Friday v
be jacks, horseshoes a
checkers.. Friday, youngster
will be awarded trophies
all these activities.
The open play activities


ied
cal
its
uly
ing
at
irri
en-
of
nis


the Port St. Joe Elementary
School gym will also conclude
Friday, July 29. Beach swim-
ming will conclude after
Thursday's, July 28th, trip.
The beach bus will leave the
elementary school gym at 9:30
and 9:45 at the Highland View
school. The Stac House on 8th
St. will remain open one week
,;i,!: !

longer, until August 5. All
directors and workers in the
entire summer recreation pro-
gram wish to express their
thanks for the splendid co-
operation shown during the
summer program.
. Results of all tournament
competition will appear in'*
0ext WeekWs issue of The Star.


La-
the the members of 'the

enree Church of Christ .

ese invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Morning Bible Study ........... 10:00 A.M.
theSunday Morning Worship .............. 11:00 A.M.
the : Sunday Night .... ........ '... 6:00P.M.
Ier Wednesday Night ................. 7:00 P.M.
on-
cti-
he- Corner 20th St. & Marvin g
and For information
ars- call 229-6969 ..
) a l l n ow 0 .4M o .0 ,- M o. o n -s o0. m


and
*ld.
vill
and
ers
for

-at


S" R *' D. l
have a Recreation Dept. Plans
nice weekend... ,,,ri W Sp
ce wen..Trip to Wakulla Springs


The Gulf County Recreation
('Department will provide its
-last trip of the summer season
f Tuesday, August 2, with a trip
-to Wakulla Springs. The bus
'will. leave the Port St. Joe
:Elementary School at 9:30
a.m.
Those planning to take the
Strip are asked to bring their
bathing suit, towel, sack lunch


Wedonft

have

forests

to burn.


FIRST BAPTIST'

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


and money for fees. Swim-
ming is 75c and glass bottom
boat fees are $1.75.
Each one taking the trip is
urged to bring a permission
slip.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................
MORNING WORSHIP.................
CHURCHTRAINING ...............
EVENING WORSHIP ................
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....


jRev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


9:45A.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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CHURCH SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1977 PAGE SEVEN


Rish Tells Rotary That Gulf Fared



Well In Recent Legislature Session


Car Overturns Early Saturday Morning


Margaret K. Ogle of Tampa, overturned in this car on,
Highway 98 near Oak Grove at 7:50 Saturday morning. Ms.
Ogle lost control of the car after a wheel got off the edge of
the road. The car swerved across the road and overturned on
the opposite side, landing On the shoulder. In the photo are



W LOOKING


EMT's Liba Monteiro, Jim Gregg and Jo O'Barr who were on
hand to check for injuries. The accident was investigated by
Deputy Sheriff Arnold Tolliver of the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department. --Star photo


Representative Billy Joe
Rish pictured the recent ses-
sions of the Legislature. both
regular and special as a
defensive battle by conserva-
Slives to keep some sanity in
the state's program and bud-
get.
Rish said the conservative
element was successful in
passing a law which would put
the state back on a biennium
budget rather than drawing up
-a new financial program ev-
-,ry year. "All of our depart-
ment heads now spend most of
their time drawing up bud-
gets". Rish said. "They no
sooner get through with one
than they have to start on the,
'? next year's financing".
The veteran legislator also
pointed out that the $4.99
. million budget adopted wasn't
all spending money. "Half of the
budget was in the operation of


the state and the other half is
in trust funds", he said.
"One good thing we have in
Florida is ,a law requiring
funding for every penny of
each budget passed. If the
Federal Government had that
prohibition in their appropria-
tions, our nation would be
better off", Rish observed.
In other, statewide matters,
Rish observed that insurance
and appropriations took up
most of the newspapeirspace
throughout the session. "I did
not vote for the insurance
package because it contained
the new higher fines in the bill.
I don't care how much they
fine a person for driving under
the influence, but I think the
moving violations are entirely
too high".
Locally, Rish said lIe was
successful in securing the fifth
phase in financing for the


Sunland Recreation Park on
St. Joseph Peninsula. An ap-
propriation of $500,000 was
approved in addition to $200,-
000 already appropriated and
not yet under construction.
"The new money will build
four new cottages, a dining
room, kitchen and provide
money for special summer
programs at the site", Rish
said.
The speaker also reported
he had been successful in
getting an appropriation of


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will buy your old car.
Phone 227-4917
for information.

Also 24 fur
Offering:

52tp7-14


$80,000 for construction of an
expansion at the Constitution
Museum. The expansion will
be a replica of Convention Hall
and a scene of the signing of
the state's first Constitution
inside.





R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion on St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
J. L. SIMS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.

There will be a regular
communication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
R. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.


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One 16" x 60" white cast iron
,bath tub, left hand. $40. 229-
1331 or 648-4750:. tfc 7-28

Best Buy!-18' fiberglass
boat with cabin, 60 h.p. Evin-
rude and trailer, good shape.
Reduced to $550. Come by 612
Madison St., Oak Grove, after
1:00. ltp7-28

YARD SALE-Pentecostal
, Holiness Church fellowship
'hall, 2001 Garrison Avenue,
Friday and Saturday, 9 a.iV: -
4 p.m. ., .. ,

GARAGE. SALE-3 fami-
lies, 200 Canal St. at St. Joe
Beach. Many miscellaneous
items, ceramics, corning
ware, coffee pots, Mr. Coffee,
ceramic mushroom canister
set, clothes, TV, sewing chair
with storage bottom. Starts at
12:00 noon Thursday to 4 p.m.,
Friday 12-4.

Antique lumber, ceiling 1 x
4, boards 1 x 4 and 1 x 6, tin,
siding. 1 x 6. Woodie Busby,
phone 229-6402. ltp 7-28

Small chest type freezer,
$85. 648-5148. It 7-28

Country Club membership.
Phone 229-6119 or 229-6310.
tfc7-21

1973 Catalina hardtop, 2
door. $2,195.00; 2 used steel
belted radial tires; 1 CB with
antenna, $50.00. 229-6049.
tfc 7-14

t 74 Yamaha, good condition.
Call Charles Costin 227-7191.
tfc 6-30

F KUBOTA DIESEL TRAC-
TOR, $2,688.00. Reg. $3,195.00.
Liquid cooled with 4-wheel
; drive. Bay Lawn & Leisure,
SInc. 2841 Hwy. 77 N., Panam
City, Florida. 769-5616.
4tc 6-30

FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert
648-7534
tfc 7-15

Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 229-6001.

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


1974 trailer, 12' x 65' Regent,
on two lots land, 3rd St.,
Highland View. $8,000. 227-,
3016. 4tp7-14

1973 Yamaha MX360, good
condition, $400.00. Phon e227-
5271 days. tfc 6-30
DRY. cleaning carpets is
easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 229-1251.
S / tfc 10-23


Craig,
ise sta-
West-
tfc 3-4

y made


CB Radios, Johnson,
Sprveyo ,.,ntennas, ba
tions, terms available
ern Auto.

DRAPERIES-Read
and custom made. Lar
section of swatches to
from. Roche's Furnitu
Appliance Store, 209
Ave., phone 227-5271.


For-Your
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Cosmetics
Call
Wanda Brown
229-6132


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Books-Select from thou-
sands of paperbacks up to $2
value, your choice 25c. New
hardbacks up to $14 values,
your choice $1. Will swap on a
2 for 1 basis. Edgewater
Shoppes, Mexico Beach.
tfc 5-12

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center. 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28





3 BR, 1 bath frame house, I 2
acre lot. White City, $6,800.00.
229-6464. Itp 7-28

3 BR house on Long Avenue.
Call 229-6573 after 5 p.m.
tfc 7-28

Two-story house for sale in
Oak Grove. Call 229-6432 or see
occupants at 138 2nd Ave.
tfc 7-28

3 BR house in White City on
two lots, $8,000.00 cash or
terms, 229-6015. 4tp 7-7

3 BR, 2 story, 3 baths, 3,000
sq. ft. living space on the
bayou. Call 227-7221, 1902 Mon-
ument Ave. tfc 7-7

House for sale at 206 6th St.,
Highland View. 648-5434.
tfc 6-23


Perfect family home-with
pool! 4 BR with 2 full baths.
Kitchen (with built-ins),
curved bar, den combination,
formal 'living and dining
rooms, Chain link fenced back
yard. Double corner lot. Cen-
tral h-a. By owner. $47,500.
Port St. Joe. 229-6303. tfc 7-14

3 BR house, 1 bath, living
room arid large den. 114 Bella-
my Circle, $17,500.00 firm.
Contact Ruel or Betty White-
"hurst, 904-244-5695, Fort Wal-
ton Beach. tfc 6-23

Three BR house, 1315 Long
Avenue. Call 229-4031 or 648-
6986. tfc 5-12


rge sel-
choose 3 BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
ire and Palm Blvd. For information
I Reid call 227-2181. tfc 11-4

tfc 3-10 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


Mini ranch farm. Approx. 5
acres. V/ mile,: from Gulf.
Double-wide trailer-3 BR, 2
full baths-terrific floor plans.
Stall, horse and tack. Canal on
3 sides. Partially cleared and
fenced. Well, septic tank,
water and electricity in-
cluded. $35,000. Mexico Beach.
229-6303. tfc 7-14

3 BR, 1 bath, living room,
separate dining room, den,
large kitchen with eating
area, large lot. 619 Garrison
Avenue, phone 227-8751.tfc 5-12

PORT ST. JOE
Newly completed, luxur-
ious 3 bedroom, den, 2 full
baths, central h&a. Above
average construction,
many. many extras. (Fully
carpeted, paved drive, 2 car
garage, attic fan, etc.) 2112
Long. Ave.

Large, older, 3 BR with 2
baths, with upstairs room
on 1'2 lots with. good shade.
Sprinkler system, large den
and screen porch, central
h&a. 1101 Garrison Ave. /

Comfortable 3 BR, 2 bath,
den, large living room. fully
carpeted, large, fenced lot.
106 Bellamy Circle
MEXICO BEACH
Beachfront 4 bedroom, 2
bath with lots of room, de-
lightful screened porch fac-
ing water, room for two
families, $59,500.

Permanent home, well in-
sulated, sturdy, low upkeep,
3 BR 1'2 baths on one of the
largest & best lots in the
area. $35,000.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
221 leid Ave. 227-3491
Eldon & PattyMiller
Salesmen
648-5364 Evenings


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. 229-8173 or 229-6321
or see at 1031 McClellan Ave.
tfc 4-28

New brick home at 106 Yau-
pon Ave., 3 BR, 2 bath, dining
room, living room, den and
kitchen. Call 227-2291 or 229-
5302. tfc 10-7





Carrier ,needed for Talla-
hassee Democrat in St. Joe
area. 20 hours per week at
approximately $100 a week.
Requirements: good credit
rating and dependable trans-
portation. Call collect: 599-
2191. 2tc 7-21

Alcoholism counselor for
Gulf County out-patient office.
Should have education and
appropriate experience in al-
coholism treatment. Send re-
sume to P. 0. Box 1517,
Panama City. Must be resi-
dent of Gulf Co. or willing to
...o.. e-


relocate.

Need someone to ci
do light house keepinE
home. Must be able
some nights with my
little girl. I'm a shift
and when I'm off you
off. Call 229-6253 or 22


Teacher supervisor i
vity Center for ment
tarded adults. Must ha
or B.S., teaching exp
with handicapped,
ground or degree in b
ial psychology and
visory experience pre
Interested persons sho
229-6327. Port St. Joe.





3 BR furnished house
7th St. Don't phone
Monday. 648-7581.

3 BR furnished beach
at St. Joe Beach. Don
before Monday, 648-75

No need for wet c
Dry clean them with
Use rooms right awa3
machine. St. Joe Fu
229-1251.

Mobile home sites at
Sands Campground.
Beach, $30.00 month. L
and rec hall. 648-3600.


Furnished small house
available August 1. Call 648-
5144. tfc 7-21

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

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

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.
tfc5-19


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

For Rent: Hospital beds,
electric or manual control.
Call 227-7471. tfc 6-30

AuItomobilesi4' I

For-Sal


Re 7-14
1969 Plymouth Fury I-4 dr.,
ook and power brakes, power steering
g in our and air. Good cond., 1 owner.
to stay $650.00. 227-7586. tfc 7-28
wife and
worker 1973 T-Bird, full power and
will be loaded with options. $2,950.00.
27-8871. For more information call
3tp 7-14 either 229-4877 or 648-5260.
tfc 7-28
for Acti-
ally re- 1971 Chevelle 307 engine, air
ve B.A. conditioning, power steering,
perience power brakes, radio, 8 track
back- stereo. Asking $1,000.00.
ehavor- Phone 229-6666 or may see at
super- 1015 Woodward Ave. 4tp 7-14
f erred.
uld call 1976 Chevy "Bonanza" van,
at, ac, ps, pb, am-fm radio,
2tc 7-21 tape deck, carpet. Call 227-
8241 between 8 am and 5 pm,
after 5 pin, call 229-6129.
tfc 7-14
1965 Chevrolet Impala, re-
5e at 528 built engine, $400. Call 648-
before 3582. 3tc 7-14
Itc 7-28

h house R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
't phone tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
581. 56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
ltc 7-28 days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
arpets. J. L. SIMS, H.P.
eHOST. E. William McFarland, Sec.
y. Rent
r -ture3 There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
t Rustic Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
Mexico every first and third Thursday
laundryy at 8:00 p.m.
F. C. CHANDLER, W.M.

tfc 12-9 F. E. Brogdon, Sec.


One bedroom apartment
with large den and fenced in
yard. 229-3906. tfc 7-28

Apartment for adults only.
Living room, bedroom, break-
fast nook, kitchen and bath.'
229-1352. t1fc 7-28


Available at once-1 BR fur-
nished apartment, ground
floor, air cond. We are looking
for a long term tenant-no
pets. One or two adults, 1505
Monument Avenue. tfc7-21


FOUND: A key ring con-
taining three keys (ignition
and trunk key for Chrysler
and a gas key) at St. Joe
Beach. May be claimed at the
office of The Star, 306 Wil-
liams Ave.


SERIES


ROOF TURBINE VENTS REPAIRS
INSTALLED Aluminum screens and doors,
OlieStutzman carpentry, house repair, mill-
r % p- .'2." -" u ^ " -J.r' 'fepar i tld re-roof-
S2tp 7-28 ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
FILL DIRTl Phone 229-6018
Front End Loader Port St. Joe


Backhoe Work-:
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
tfc 3-31

Septic Tanks Pumpel Out
Carefoot Septic Tank
229-8227, 229-2351,
and 229-6694.
tfc 7-1

LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc 9-20



For All Your Printing Needs
of Any Description
Call The Star'
227-3161
306 Williams Ave.


BRYAN'S Automotive
Repair Shop
Truck & Marine
Repairs Also,.
(Located behind Mgxico
Beach Shopping Center
648-5152
*tfe.6-2


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?




For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone C~mpany
Business Office


tfc 7-22


Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy. 98 W. 229-2763
tfc 8-5



THE SAMPLER SHOP
1306 Woodward Ave.
GIFTS
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 5-8 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. 7 p.m.
tfc 7-14


For
Pest Control Service
Call
BROCK PEST CONTROL
229-8117
tfc 6-2

KENT SERVICE CO.
GE Dealer
New & Used Appliances
For Services or Parts
Call 229-6394
tfc 4-28

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


ST. JOE MACHINE CO. "
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2296803 :
Machinist on duty all day
every day

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

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

FOR TV REPIARS and
Zenith Sales see K&D TV and
Sound at 301 Reid Avenue. Call
227-2071. tfc 7-28


Roof Trouble?
Call O'Donnell Roofing Co.
We do shingles & built-up. 30
yrs. experience. Licensed
and bonded. Also remodel-
ing and repair.
Phone 763-5234
25tc 5-5


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-6530
tfc 4-7


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


Mc's Pawn Shop-5,000 &
15,000 BTU air conditioners,
assortment of shotguns and Mc's Pawn Shop-Home
rifles, home 8-track stereo- and 3 lots; also new 12' x 68' 3
tape players, turquoise jewel- bedroom, 2 bath trailer. Will
ry, one-third off; and many sell pawn shop and home sep-
more items to choose from. arately. 229-6193. 4tc 7-28
102 5th St., Highland View.
4tc 7-28


A PTS.


Tri-Sfate

Home Builders



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1977


YOUR




PHARMACIST

PROFESSIONAL
HONEST
AUTHORITATIVE
RELIABLE
MODERN
ACCURATE
COURTEOUS
INTERESTED
SINCERE
TRUSTWORTHY
Depend on him for prompt attention
to all your drug and prescription
needs WHENever you call!

BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams
Convenient Drive-in Window
Plenty of Free Parking




Graduates

Corpsmember Mack Hall of
211 Kenney St., Port St. Joe,
took part in the 218th gradua-
tion exercise of the Singer
Breckinridge Job Corps Cen-
ter in Morganfield, Kentucky
on July 27.
Corpsmember Hall success-
fully completed studies in
building trades and plans a
career in the field of painting.


Bible School


Bus Driver


Starts Monday

at Long Ave. Training Held


The week of August 1-5 will
be time for Vacation Bible
School at the Long Avenue
Baptist Church. The Pre-
school and Children's Division
(grades 1-6) will meet each
morning from 9:00 to 11:30
a.m. Evening classes will be
held from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m., for
young people and adults.
The youth will be directed
by Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Cartier. The adult Bible class
will study the book of Romans
taught by Mike Kahl.
The pastor, Rev. J. C.
Odum, is the director of the
school.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend.


The annual Gulf County preaching and crossing rail-
School Bus Driver Training road grades. Thanks must be
School was held at Wewa- given to Wayne Parrish, Apa-
hitchka High School July lachicola Northern Railroad
19-22. The 16-hour school was for scheduling the presenta-
directed by Leonard Conway, tion by Mr. Holloway, Nation-
Specialist, School Bus Dri'ver al Director for Railroad Safe-
Training, Department of Edu- ty.
cation. Major training empha-
sis was placed on behind-the- Participants in the training
wheel experiences such as a school were Jeanette Antley,
serpentine course, braking Nathaniel Brown, Janice
and backing, exercises, and Brownell, Betty Cleckley,
emergency evasive maneu- George Cooper, Betty Curlee.
vers. Sondra Dickens, Betty-Fain,
On Thursday, Milton Hollo- Bernice Fortner, Mae Ella
way, representative of Atlanta Gant, Phyllis Gortman, E 1-
St. Andrews Bay Line Rail- mer Hall, Annie Hall, Katie
road, made a presentation on Mangum, Marion Mims,
'The School Bus and Railroad Hazel Nunnery, Jo O'Barr,;,
Crossings." Mr. Holloway's Linda Purswell, Clotel Wash-
film and slide presentation ington, Mary Washington,-
provided each driver with the Shirley Williams and Edna
proper procedures for ap- Butler.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 77.93
ADRIAN F. GANT. SR.,
Plaintiff.
LUCY JONES, et ils.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Judgment dated July 14, 1977 In
Case No 77 93of 'the Circuit Court of the
S Fourleenlh Judicial Circuit in and for
Gull Counly. Florida. in which Adrian F.
Gant. Sr is the Plaintiff and Lucy
Jones, at als are the Defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
'cash at the front door of the Gulf County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe. Gulf County,
Florida, at 11:00 A.M. on August 5. 1977,
the following described property set
forth in the Final Judgment:
Lot 15, in Block 1003. according to
the Official mega of the Cily of Port
St. Joe, Florida.
DATED this the 19th day of July, 1977.
George Y. Core,
Circuit Courl Clerk
By s Margaret B. Core It 7.28

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO.77-122
FLORIDA ENGINEERING ASSO.
CIATES, INC.,
S Plaintiff.
Vs.
EDDIE SHELLEY, Individually,
SHELLBUILT CONSTRUCTION AND
DEVELOPMENT CO. INC., and WIL.
LAM A. WALKER, 11, THE TRUSTEE,
NAMES AS
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO0: Eddie Shelley .
Carpenter Road
East Fishskill (Hopewell Junct.)
New York 12533
Shellbullt Construction and Deve.
lopment Co. Inc.,
22 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
' an action to impose and enforce a lien on
Ihe following property in Gulf County,
'Florida:
Beginning at the SW corner of Sec-
tion 11. T9S. RIOW. Gulf County,
Flor.da; thence N 0 degrees 16 min-
utes 3 seconds E along the West fine
of said Sec. 11 for 1873.61 feet to a
point that is 3406.39 feet from the NW
corner of said'Sec. 11, thence S 89
degrees 43 minutes 57 seconds E for
555.53 feet to a curve concave to the
West having a radius of 1288.92 feet,
a delta angle of 2 degrees 56 minutes
S 58 seconds and a chord bearing of S
13 degrees 17 minutes 5 seconds W,
thence run along said curve for an
Sarc distance of 66.35 feet, thence N
89 degrees 38 minutes 47 seconds E
for 1430.38 feet, thence N 0 degrees
21 minutes 13 seconds W for 76.69
Feet, thence N 89 degrees 38 minutes
47'seconds E for 466.69 feet thence N
0 degrees 21 minutes 13 seconds E
for 157.29 feet, thence N 89 degrees
38 minutes 47 seconds E for 511.27
feet, thence N 29 degrees 56 minutes
40 seconds E for 26.55 feet, thence S
0 degrees 3 minutes 20 seconds E
for 410.00 feet, thence S 29 degrees 56
minutes 40 seconds W for 19.03 feet,
thence S 60 degrees 3 minutes 20 sec.
bonds E for 476.00 feet, to Jhe easterly
line of Gulf County, Florida, thence
S 29 degrees 56 minutes 40 seconds W
along said County line for 4481.49
feet to the Northerly r.w llneof SR 30
(66' r-w) being a curve concaved to
the North, having a radius of 2342.62
feet, a delta angle of 16 degrees 18
minutes 14 seconds, a chord of 664.36
feet and a chord bearing of S 83 de.
grees 24 minutes 37 seconds W,
thence run along said curve for an
Sarc distance of 666.61 feet to a point
of reverse curvature having a radius
of 1841.03 feet, a delta angle of 14
degrees 0 minutes 0 seconds, a tan.
gent distance of 22645 feet, and run
along said curve, being the Norther.
ly r.w line of SR 30 (66' r-w), for an
arc distance of 449.85 feet, thence S
76 degrees 45 minutes 30 seconds W,
along the Northerly r.w of SR 30 for
899.84 feet to the West line of Sec. 14
T9S, R10W, Gulf County, Florida.
thence N 0 degrees 16 minutes 3
seconds E along said section line for
2846.94 feet to the p.o.b. All lying and
being In Sections 11 and 14, T9S, RIO
W, Gulf County, Florida, containing
162.71 acres more or less in Section
11, and 161.15 acres more or less in
Section 14.
has been filed against you, Eddie Shelley
and Shellbuilt Construction and Develop.
ment Co. Inc., jointly andseverally, and
each of you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, to


ROBERT M. MOORE. ESl
E P 0 BOx 248
i Porl St. Joe. Florida 3245
Plalnlilfs Alltorney, on or oelore
3 day of August, 1977, and file the
with the Clerk of this Courl either
service on Plaintiff's Attorney
mediately thereafter: otherwise
fault will be entered against yOu
relief demanded .n the Compla
WITNESS my hand and seal
Court on the 22nd day-of July,
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Circuit Court Clerk
By. T.-G Scheffer. Deputy Cle
'- : _" : - .
NOTICE
The Gulf County School Boarc
receiving job applications for I
lion of School Food Service Marn
Wewahitchka Elementary Scnoo
ested ersons mav secure apple
at Wewahitchka Elementary
WeWahltchka High. School, or
office ot the Superintendent of S
Prospective applicants are enci
to study carefully the job des
posted in all Gull County Scho
available a' the olftice of the S
tendent
Interested persons who have a
al questions may contact Temp
son at the School Board office
county courthouse or telephone'
or 227-8211.
Applications must be received
Office of the Superintendent of
by 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., on Friday,
5, 1977.
The Gulf County School Boar
equal opportunity employer.

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SA
NOTICE is hereby given that
25th day of June, 1977, pursuant to
of Execution issued in the County
of Gulf County, Florida, Case No.
cause of J. 0. Stroud d-b-a Stroud
Slop, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas "To
Prescott, Defendant, I, KEN MU
Sheriff of Gulf County, Florida
levied upon the property of the
dent, to.wit:
1966 Buick, 4 door I D 444396H 139
On the 15th day of August, 1
TWO o'clock In the afternoon
steals of the Gulf County Court
Port St/ Joe, Florida, I will offer I
said property for cash to the I
bidder sub ect to all prior liens, if
satisfy said Writ of Execution,
.s. Ken Murphy
Sheriff, Gulf County, Florida

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
of County Commissioners of Gulf
ty, Florida will consider the adop
an ordinance with the following ti
the 9th day of August, 1977, at its re
meeting at 9:00 o'clock A.M., E.C
the County Commissioners M
Room in the Courthouse in Port St
Florida:
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBIT
THE OPERATION OF MOTOR
HICLES ON CERTAIN PUB
BEACHES IN GULF COUN
FLORIDA: PROVIDING FOR
CEPTIONS: PROVISIONS F
PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION
AND PROVISION FOR AN EFF
TIVE DATE.-
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF'COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: -s. Everett Owens, Jr., Chair

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the I
of County Commissioners of Gulf
ty, Florida, will consider the adopt
an ordinance with the following tit
the 9th day of August, 1977, at its re
meeting at 9:00 o'clock A.M., E.D
the County Commissioners Me
Room In the Courthouse in Port St
Florida:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING
MUSICAL OR ENTERTAINME
FESTIVALS;. PROVIDING F
DEFINITIONS; REQUIRING 0
CUPATIONAL LICENSES; I
QUIRING THE BOARD OF COU
TY COMMISSIONERS OF GU
COUNTY TO ISSUE SPECIAL i
TERTAINMENT PERMITS AS
CONDITION PRECEDENT TO
SUANCE OF OCCUPATIONAL
CENSE; SETTING MINIMI
STANDARDS AND CONDITION
THE ISSUANCE OF THE PE
MITS; PROVIDING THAT NO O
UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHT
(18) SHALL ATTEND SUCH FES
VALS UNLESS ATTENDED
ALL TIMES BY PARENT
GUARDIAN; SETTING FEE
PROVIDING FOR LIBERAL CO
STRUCTION; PROVIDING AN E
FECTIVE DATE.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: -s- Everett Owens, Jr., Chairn
4


School Board Minutes


Mack Hall


Board met in regular session
on June 7, with the following
members present: J. K. Whit-
field, Chairman; Fred Greer;
Gene Raffield; Waylon Gra-
ham and Paul Sewell. The
Superintendent, Director of
Administration and Board At-
torney were present.
The meeting was opened
with the invocation by Sewell
and followed by the pledge of
allegiance.
,l On motion and second, the
6 Board unanimously approved
the 26th the minutes of May 3 and May
original
,r before 13.
or im. The Superintendent pre-
a De sented a holiday calendar for
ifor the
int. 12-month employees. On
of this motion and second,, all voted
w77. Yes to approve the calendar.
The Superintendent pre-
rk sented correspondence re-
'4f"28 ceived during May.
S A letter from the Gulf
is now County Commission was'dis-
Ine posi-
nager,of cussed regarding utilities in
I Inter, the courthouse. The Superin-
ehlions tendent was directed to meet
at me with the County Commission
Schooled and report back to the Board.
cripthon On motion and second, the
on and Board voted unanimously to
upern use the services of May, Zima
addition and Company to audit the
le Wat internal accounts for all
in the
229-6124 schools.
A contract with the Gulf
Schools County Guidance Clinic was
August unanimously approved on
motion and second. The ser-
vicesare to include a class for
2t 7.28 emotionally disturbed stu-
LE dents. Copies are on file in the
on the Superintendent's office.
oa Writ The Board discussed trans-
' Court
77-36 In portation of students to and
d's One from Gulf Coast Community
RPHY, College. The matter was
E, have tabled until the next Board
defen. meeting.'
9777. The Superintendent pre-
977, at sented a proposed lease agree-
onouse, ment whereby the Board
or sale would use facilities owned by
highest George Tapper for the pur-
poses ,of bus and general
maintenance. The funds in-
volved to be used toward pur-
chasing playground equip-
ment. Mr. Tapper met with
Board the Board to explain this pro-
Coun-
tion of posal.
tle, on On motion and second, the
eguiar Board voted unanimously to
meeting underwrite funds for the
t. Joe, Wewahitchka Band Boosters
ING for the purchase of uniforms.
VE. The Superintendent was
LTY, directed to meet with the Band
EX. / Boosters and work out details
FOR for this agreement.
ONS
EC. On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
NERS second, the Board voted Yes to
man place the following instruc-
t 7.14 tional personnel on annual
contract for the 1977-78 school
Board year: Lanita Taunton, Sarah
Coun. Owens. Bryan Baxley, Pam
ion of Sumner. Richard Williams,
le, on
gular Judy Williams, Ray Smith,
.T. in David Humphries, Phyllis
tetin Bixler. Linda Lewis. Linda
Husband. Janet Knee. Sharon
TO Gaskin. Betty Hines. Henry
NT
OR Cassani. William Parker.
OC- On motion and second, the
UN' Board approved the appoint-
JLF ment of non-instructional per-
EN. sonnel as follows:
A
IS. Wewahitchka High School:
LI- Patricia Stripling. Sue
UM
FOR Mathes, LaRue Huddleston,
ER. Janice Forehand. Lester Gort-
NE man, George Cooper, Ada
EN
STI. Doxier, Viola Kemp, Edna
AT Alford. Viella Rouse. Causie
OR
ES; Griffin, Hazel Lister, Kath-
ON- eryn King. Betty Cleckley,
EF. Bessie Smith;
NERS Port St. Joe High School:
Connie Kirkland, Betty Bou-
man ington, Jean Stebel, Brenda


t 7-14


1 Wood, Virginia Smith, Faye
i Lewis, Elizabeth Prows, Opal
Owens, Ina Merritt, Maggie
- Bell, Willie M. Moore, Kate
Kilbourn, Ollie Neel, Marlenei
Sewell, Q. P. Wise, Wayne
Neel, Joyce Issacks, Bessie
f Willis, Alma Bryant, Christine
Worley, Queen Pittman, Stella
Norris, Gladys McArdle, E. L..
I Fleming, Lucille Fleming,
Kerry Wilson;
Port St. Joe Elementary.
School: Jaunita Powell, Ter-
esa Johnson, Helen Kilbourn,
Veralyn Lewter, Flora Mad-
dox, Ben Causey,, Minnie Lee
Lovett, Rita Todd, Easter
Nichols, Georgia Peak,
Yvonne Atchison, Evelyn Har-
cus, Gwendolyn Lowery,
Carah Sweet, Eloise Hender-
son, Doris Tullis, Josephine
Frazier, Franklin Filmore,
Tercie Causey, Carolyn Har-
dy, Debbie Tankersley;
Wewahitchka Elementary
School: Nancy Wilson, Sandra
Pridgeon, Mae Murphy, Ver-
onica Carter, Bertha Thomas,
.Olivie, Moore, Yolande
Strange, -Gordon Alford, Eva
Flowers, Nervine Colvin, Ger-
aldine Williams, Eunice Ar-
helger, John Bidwell, George
Cooper, Mary Frowiss, Merle
Jones, Patsy McDaniel, Alane
Redd, Betty Gainous;
Highland View Elementary:
Frances Shores, Marie
Anchors, Debra Wood, Lois
Miller, Lou Eaker, Essie Hall,
Agnes Cumbie, Curtis Wat-
son, Sandra Brock, Darlene
Linton;
Bus Drivers: Jeanette Ant-
ley, Katie Mangum, Janice
Brownell, Marion Mims, Betty
Cleckley, 'Jo O'Barr, George
Cooper, Daisy Pittman, Betty :
Curlee, Clotel Washington, 1l
Bernice Fortner, Susan Wil- t
der, Mae Ella Gant, 0. C.
Williams, Annie C. Hall, El-
mer Hall, Hazel Parker, Hazel
Nunnery (part time), James s
McGee;
Mechanics: Clinton Bronell, ..S
Morris Shavers;
Adult Education and Career ni
Education: Donna Walker,
Mary McInnis, Betty Lewis.
On recommendation of the v
Superintendent, motion and I
second the Board unanimous- r
ly voted to eliminate the posi-
tion of a full-time School Food e
Service Director. I
On motion and second, the a
Board voted Yes to place o
James Parker on annual con- v
tract for the 1977-78 school d
year contingent upon his com- S
pletifg the additional require-
ments necessary for a provi.-
sional teaching certificate. c
On motion and second, all
voted Yes to appoint Pam
Jones as teacher at St. Joe
Elementary School; accept 0
the resignation of J. R. Gorte- t
moller: appoint Durward
Owens as athletic director, E
head football coach and teach- a
er at Wewahitchka High o
School; accept resignation of a
Larry Mathes: appoint Kerry $
wilson as custodian at St. Joe
High School: accept letter of I
retirement from Willie Mae
Daniell: grant pne year per- EB
sonal leave of absence to 1 J


Carolyn B. Lister.
The Board received re-
quests from Vicki Land and
Tammy Raffield that they be
allowed to attend college on
early admissions basis. On
motion and second, all voted
Yes to grant them permission.
On motion and second, the
Board agreed unanimously to
amend the school calendar by
changing an in-service day
from March 23 to March 17,
1978.
On motion and second, the
Board voted unanimously to
have Western Waterproofing
Company to put a white coat-
ing material on the Port St.
Joe High School coliseum
dome.
The Superintendent pre-
sented a change order in the
amount of $750.00 to install
high gravel guards on north
and side ends of the gymna-
sium at Wewahitchka High
School. On motion and second,
all voted Yes to approve the
change order.
The Superintendent pre-
sented appraisals on the Title
I Building at Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School. On motion
and second, all voted Yes to
remove the building to
another location and to pur-
chase the facility for the Gulf
County School System.
The Board discussed the
lunchroom survey conducted
by the State Department of
Education, and agreed that
Wewahitchka Elementary
School would be changed to
become a full service serving

site.
On motion and second, the
Board voted unanimously to
have the Superintendent ini-
tiate a 237.151 loan to do with
additional revenues for the
1976-77 year.
The Superintendent pre-
sented a list of summer school
courses to be offered at Port
St. Joe High School and Wewa-
hitchka High School.. On
motion and second, all voted
Yes to approve the courses.
On motion and second, all
voted Yes to approve the
ESEA Title I Program as
presented.
The Superintendent present-
ed a salary schedule for Ranks
V, V, and VI to be incorpor-
ted in the present schedule.
)n motion and second, all
'oted Yes to approve the sche-
dule. Copies are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
The Superintendent pre-
ented correspondence re-
eived during May. No action
was required.
The Board discussed the use
f the baseball fields by other
han school connected games.
On motion and second, the
Board voted unanimously to
ccept the highest and best bid
f Wewahitchka State Bank on
time deposit in the amount of
300,000.00.
Payment of bills to be
laced in official minute book.
B. Walter Wilder, Supt.
. K. Whitfield, Chairman


PAGE EIGHT


AN FDCLE AGENT is shown above
loading the bags of pot into a trailer Tuesday
afternoon for transportation to St. Joe Paper
Company, where the contraband was burned


in the company's boilers. About 3,000 pounds*
went up in flames for some of the most
expensive fuel SJPC will use this year.


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Dr. Harper

to Speak In

Area Churches
Dr. Oliver Harper, medical
missionary to Indonesia, will
be the guest speaker at the
Long Avenue Baptist Church
this Sunday evening at 7:00
p.m. Dr. Harper and his wife.
Virginia. have been serving
with the Foreign Mission
Board of the Southern Baptist
Convention for several years.
The. Harpers are both grad-
uates of.Samford Unitversity
in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr.
Harper graduated from the
medical school at the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is also a
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and a former member
of the White City Baptist
Church He will be speaking at
the White City Church at 11:00
a.m., this Sunday morning,
Both churches extend a
cordial invitation to the people
of this area to attend these
services and hear Dr. and
Mrs. Harper tell of their
unique ministry on the mis-
sion field.


THE UNLOADING SPOT for the big above shows the spot where the pot was
marijuana shipment last Thursday morning off-loaded from the boats to the waiting
was the old dynamite loading dock on teh Gulf pick-ups and a van for transportation out of
County Canal near White City. The photo the area.,


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Eva Meets Interesting People In Washington


-vo Maddox with her boss,


.Florida Banks


List Dividends


Sen. Dick Stone


When Eva MI addox left Por'
St. Joe for a summer intern-
ship in Washington, D.C., with
U. S. Sen. Richard Stones'.
office, her friends jokingly
told her to keep an eye out for
the President.
She did-and she saw him
when she sat behind President.
Carter and his family at'
church one Sunday morning.,
Since Eva began her three-'
month stay in the nation's
capital, she has' met Vic4
President Walter Mondalei
presidential aide Hamilton
Jordah, David Rockefeller
and has gone to receptions for
the Secretary ot the Navy and
the President of Italy.
"I've met more exciting
people here in four weeks thah
I thought I'd ever meet.'-Eva
said.
An administrative intern
for Sen. Stone. E\a works oh
special projects and handles
constituent casework.
The purpose of the intern-
ship program is to acquaint
college students with the
workings of Congress and gi!%.,
them a chance to become a
part of it during a three
month period. '`
Sen. Stone presently is spond
scoring seven interns in Wash .
ington: one administrative'
Y S


.Zesty Spanish Zucchini
Soothes Summer Days


Florida National Banks of Provision for possible loan .' -C .
Florida, Inc. last'Wednesday losses for the current quarter .
announced net income for the was $493,000as compared with $ .
quarter ended June 30. of $995,000 for the second quar-
$3,199,000 or $0.33 per share, ter in 1976. Net charge-offs in
as compared with $3,093,000 or the second quarter were $348.-
$0.31 per share for the quarter 000 and $1,300,000 in 1977 and
ended June 30. Income for the 1976, respectively The re-
six months ended June 30; serve for possible loan loss-
before the effect of a change in es was $6,695,000 or 1. 1 per-
accounting method, was cent of the total outstanding
$6,733,000 or $0 69 per share, loans as of June 30, 1977.
as compared with $6,196,000 or On June 30 of this year total
$0.63 per share, for the com- assets of Florida National .n t
parat ive period in 1976. The Banks of Florida, Inc.,- were
.after tax cumulative effect.o, an697 milUion, cormped. .ith .
vea change 1 9n:7. roun e iv .,,-For a li ghte, asily,prepared meatless sumefir meal"4hat
method for income on con- 'Nefloans iere ~ can be cooked indoors or out, 'consider Spanph- Zuceini.
summer ( installment i loans million on June 30, 1977. com- Zucchini is a plentiful vegetable that is available in most
was a one time adjustment to.- pared with $575 million a year produce sections year-round, and many home gardeners find
m t earlier. Gross deposits were it grows easily. A bland vegetable, zucchini takes on zest when
earnings of $3,096,000 or $0.3 $1,345 million and 1,236 il- combined with onions, olives, tomatoes and a touch of basil.
a $1,236 You can cook it in a covered pan on your range or in an alumi-
per share, which was effec- lion at June 30, 1977 and 1976, num foil pan, covered with foil, on you outdoor grill. Either
tive January 1, 1977. respectively. way, it's quick, easy, and delicious. Here's what your need:
1 medium size onion,- 1 teaspoon salt
thinly sliced: 1 teaspoon paprika
2 cloves garlic, crushed 1/8 teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons Mario's 1 can (1 lb.) tomatoes
tsnly _Your olive oil 3 medium zucchini, cut
2 tablespoons flour in %-inch slices
1/ teaspoons crushed, 1 cup sliced Mario's pi-
O Dried basil. miento-stuffed olives
Cook onion and garlic in the olive oil until tender. Stir
M U IN Ebow in flour hnd seasonings. Add tomatoes, and cook until thick-
dene Add th zchin d 1 i i If ki ina f il


"Preventing the Card Caper"
By GERALD A. LEWIS
Comptroller of Florida
Even though the Truth-In-
Lending law protects con-
sumers against unauthorized
use of credit cards, all card
holders would' be wise to
protect themselves. Here are
some steps you should take
to prevent your credit cards
from being unlawfully, used
lin the first place. -
First, make a list of all of
your credit cards, including
the addresses of the issuers
i and the account number of,
each card. It is also smart to
have two copies of this list,
keeping both in safe places.
Avoid lending your card to
anyone, unless your original ,
contract includes them as co-
holders.
Treat your credit card as
though it were cash ... don't
leave it lying around. And by Business
all means, never leave your Business
card in the glove compart- Business I
ment of your car. That is one Raffle Tick
of the first places a profes-
sional credit card thief will Letterheac
check out. Envelopes
Finally, when you use your Statement
card, make certain it is Invoices
returned to you each time. Invoices
Dishonest employees top the Brochures
list of fraudulent card users Circolars
. even in the most pres- Iircuiars
tigious of establishments. Invitations
When it comes to credit Menus
cards, the best policy is the Programs
safest. Treating credit cards
with respect can prevent you Booklets
from facing an embarras- Announcer
sing and possibly expensive
situation. Keep your eye on
the plastic plate, and you
won't become a. card-
carrying statistic. (AFNS)


cover the top with a piece of foil and fold under the edges so
no heat escapes while simmering over gray coals. On the. range,
cover your pan. Cook until zucchini is tender, about 20 min-
utes on the range and some 40 minutes on the outdoor grill.
Makes 6 servings. Good reheated, too.


five who work with the leg-
islative staff and one who
works in the press office.
"The experience with Sen.
Stone has been great. I think
I've learned a great deal about
ho"w the government works.
Besides that. the city itself can
giue you a great education,"
Eva said.. -
E\ a said one of her favorite
activities has been visiting the
Senate gallery after work.
"1I saw the debate on the
neutron bomb. and on the-
feasibility of nuclear reactors.
It was just fascinating," she
said.


A senior from Auburn Uni-
versity majoring in political
science and English;'Eva said
she plans to go to law school


after her graduation in 1978.
"I wouldn't mind coming
back to Washington to live in
the future, though," she said.


"It's a great place."
Eva is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David B. Maddox,
601 17th St., Port St. Joe.


Eddie Creamer Promoted In Rank at The Citadel


CHARLESTON, S.C.-
James Edward Creamer, Jr.
of Port St. Joe has received a
promotion within the South
Carolina Corps of Cadets, at
The Citadel for the 1977-78
academic year and is. among
the carefully-selected cadets
who comprise this year's
training cadre at the military
college.
As a sophomore. Creamer


will hold the rank of cadet
corporal.
The cadre will report to The
Citadel August 15 for a week's
intensive training before the
freshman cadets arrive. Mem-
bers of the cadre will make up
schedules and arrangements
for receiving, processing, and
training the knobs who will
arrive August 22. The cadre
will then conduct special


training for the new cadets of
the freshman class.
Creamer majors in political
science at the military college
and holds a full four-year
Navy ROTC scholarship. He is
a member of The Citadel
Cadet Chapel Choir.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Creamer, Sr., reside at 522
Ninth St.


REPORT OF CONDITION
Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of the
Consolidating domestic and foreign subsidiaries'of the
Florida First National Bank of Port.St. Joe ". ____ .
Name of Bank City .
in the state of Florida .at the close of business on June. 30 _1977-
published in response to call made by Comptroller ofl he Currency, under title 12. United States Code. Section 161.


Charter num

Stateme


iber 14902.


National Bank Region Number Sixth


Thousands of dollars
ent of Resources and Liabilities THOUSANDS


Cash and due from banks ............. ............. ......................... 1, 730
U S. Treasury securities .................. ....................................... 701
Obligations of other U.S. Gov't. agencies and corps. .................... ................. NN
Obligations of States and political subdivisions .......................... .......... 41
Other bonds, notes, and debentures ...... .............................. ......._ 272_
Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock ................. .. .......... ....... __
STrading account securities .. ... ...... .. .. ...... .... ........ ....
Federal funds sold and securities purchased ...
under agreements to resell ............ ................. ........ . ............. 2,350
Loans, Total (excluding unearned income)............... 338-
Less Reserve for possible loan losses .. ........ ........ 2 '
' Loans, Net .......................... ........ .... ... .... . ......... ....5 ,215
Direct lease financing ............. .. ............................... ..........' NON
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ............. 36.7
Real estate owned other than bank premises........................................ .
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ......................... NO
Customers' liability to this bank on acceptance outstanding ..................... ......... ...N
Other assets.............. .......... ............................................. 1 36-
TOTAL ASSETS ......... ................................... .... 4,21 9
Demand deposits of individuals, prtnshps., and corps.. . . ....... ........ ....... ......... .. .. 2
Time and savings deposits of individuals, .-
prtnshps., and corps ............ . .............................................. 3 449
Deposits of United States Government ..... .... ..... ...................................
Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... .. ................................. .. -. 2
Deposits of foreign govts. and official institutions ................................ ..... ...
Deposits of commercial banks,.. ,.,i....... *:: .' .- _
Certified and officers' checks ...... '........ .......... ;....... . .
TOTAL DOMESTIC DEPOSITS ... ..... ............ ................ .......... 11
Total demand deposits ....... ..................... ...__ ., 32
Total time and savings deposits ....... ...................... L. 5 .71,
Total deposits in foreign offices ................................. ............... NONE
TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES ............: ........... 11 73
Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase .. ............ ... .... .................... 6.00
Liabilities for borrowed m oney ........... ..................................... ............... .
Mortgage indebtedness ............................................. ........ ................ ...... NON
Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding .................... NONE
O their liabilities .......................... ........... .................. ................. .
TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) .............. ......... 12,575
Subordinated notes and debentures ..... ... ............ .............. ....... ...- NO
Preferred stock No. shares outstanding NONE (par value) ...................... NON
Common stock a. No. shares authorized .16, 000. ________
b. No. shares outstanding 1 6,000 (par value) ................... _____ 4
Surplus ........................................................... .......... ....... _
Undivided profits . . . .... . .... ..... ...... .................................... . ._ 3
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves........................................
TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ...... ..... .... ... ...... . ................................ __644
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ................... ........................... 14219
Average for 30 calendar days ending with report date:
Cash and due from banks ............. .......... ................... ...... 1 T
Fed. funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ......................... 1 57
Total loans . . .. ............ ................................ __ 4 3
Time deposits of $100,000 or more in domestic offices..........................................444
Total deposits ................ ..... ........ ................. ............ .12 ,161
Fed. funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ...................... _22-
Liabilities for borrowed money'. .......... ................ ...................... NONE
TOTAL ASSETS ..... ......... ...... ........ .......................... 14, 825,
Standby letters of credit (outstanding as of report date) ....................................... NONE
Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more (outstanding as of report date) ..... 3,563,
Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more (outstanding as of report date) ............ .... NONE

SI Glen W. Williams
Name
SVice Presiden- & C ashier
Title
of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this Re-.
port of Condition is true and correct to the best of my:
knowledge and belief.

t u


- July


22, 1977
Date


We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this statement of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has
been examined by us, and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.





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