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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: January 12, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 19


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA "THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1978


15' Per Copy


F06


Volunteer Ambulance EMT's prepare
5-year-old Keith Melvin Cooksley for a trip to


the hospital for treatment after ru
bicycle into the side of a moving au


nning his
tomobile.


Child Inured In Car


BicycleAccidentThursay

What started out as a joy the scene of the accident, short time and carefully bul-,
ride on *a new Christmas Keith rode his bicycle into the died the young child up to take
bicycle nearly ended in trage- side of the moving McGee him to the hospital for treat-
dy for five-year-old Keith automobile, knocking the ment. The most obvious injury
Melvin Cooksley last Thurs- young boy off the bicycle and was in the head area where he
day afternoon near his home onto the paved road. The was bleeding. Upon examina-
.on.AvenuegD.. -,.. .... ic~y4e .ru~..,the car atjhbe tion at lvMutcipal Hospital, the
The small boy, the son of' back part of the rear fender. child was found not to be
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Fraz- 'Two witnesses said they saw seriously hurt.
ier, was riding his bike on the the accident and testified to The accident was investi-
side of the road in front of his the fact that young McGee gated by City Police Patrol-
home when Rodney McGee, was not speeding at the time. man Larry O'Shall and Gulf
age 20, rode by in his automo- The Port St. Joe squad of the County Sheriff's Deputy Guy
bile. Gulf County Volunteer Ambu- White. No charges were filed
According to witnesses at lance Service arrived in a in the incident.


County Wants Discussion





O (n Oak Grovy W&S Deal
S With the wvork of installing City Commission to come to we are talking about and what mediately after the water and employees who could jo


the Oak Grove Water and
Sewer system drawing to a
close, the County Commission
wantsItd get with City officials ;,
of Port St. Joe and come up
with a final agreement for
Furnishing treated water and
handling sewage collected
from the community in the
new system. The City has.
agreed to provide these ser-
vices at a fee to drastically i
reduce the cost of installing
the services in the 135 family,
community., The distribution
and collection system is being
installed and financed by a
50-50 federal grant and loan.
All the County Commission- :
ers with the exception of
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
Expressed themselves Tues-
day at the Board's meeting as
feeling the City has made a
fair offer for the services they
are to provide. Kennedy feels
the charge is "way too"high".
The City has agreed-to furnish
the water and collect and.treat
the sewage, as well as main-
tain the system, read the
meters and collect the bills,
handling all the bookkeeping.
for a flat fee'of $8.50 per
customer; plus 'a charge for
water and sewage at the same
rate as City customers over-
the minimum water bill.
The County has long since
agreed to the billing charge,
but Kennedy now says the
charge is too high. He wants it
lowered.
Commission' Chairman'
James Gortman is one of the
majority on the Board who
feels the charge is reasonable
but still wants to meet with the


an understanding as tp just
exactly what the City will
-furnish fn its charge and just
what is expected of the county.
In calling for the special'
meeting Gortman stated, "In
previous deals we have had.


they are talking about."
The City and County repre-
sentatives will meet Friday
afternoon at 6:00 pim., to
inform both sides just what
the'other is expecting in the
deal.


"City has their game plan prepared.

We walk in cold and don't know

what we are doing".
Gortman


with the City of Port St. Joe,
the City has arrived with their
game plan prepared. We
walked in cold and didn't know
what we were doing. This
time, I want us to do a little
preparation before we put our
name on the line."
;, In order to do this, Gortman.
decided to appoint a team
consisting of Commissioners
Billy Branch, Everette Owens
and Financial Officer Jerry
,Gates to meet with a commit-
tee from the City to get the
City's proposal first hand.
"Then I want this committee
to come back and report to the
Commission as a whole before
we get into a contract-signing
session".,, Gortman _said.
'That way, we will know what


'In addition to furnishing
water, sewage' treatment,
maintenance, and record
keeping for the system, the
City of Port St. Joe also
purchased and' 'installed the
master meter which meters
water flowing from the City to
Oak Grove, saving the system
some $8,000 on their original
installation costs.
The County is' using this
savings to expand the services
to a new subdivision at the
edge of Oak Grove, being
developed by David and
Michael Roche. This area,
containing 16 building lots,
wasn't figured in the original
plan for Oak Grove. The
Roche brothers say the pro-
perty will be developed im-


sewer is installed.
CREDIT UNION
Bud Poucher, development
director for the City of Wewa-
hitchka put a proposal on the
table at Tuesday's meeting
that the County allow its em-
Sployeesto join withemployees
of the City of Wewahitchka in
forming a federal credit union.
The county employees have
been wanting a credit union
for some time, but didn't 'have
the membership among them-
selves to form one and could
find no existing organization
which would or could accept
the county employees as
members.
Poucher said that with the
County and the City of Wewa-
hitchka joining together, they
would have approximately 100


in.-


County Attorney WillianJ..
Rish asked Poucher if it didn't
take at least 200 members: in
order to form a credit union.
Poucher said a charter cold
be filed listing the potenffal
of 200 people. "We have the
potential, but we don't have
but about half this number at
the present time", Poucher
Said.
The developer suggested
that the charter could be
written in order to allow small
businesses or manufacturers
to participate in the uhlon if
they wanted to do so.
With their people already
wanting to get into such an
organization, the County Com-
mission agreed to look into the
matter and see if it wouldide
(Continued on Page 3) .


Woman Arrested In

Family Disturbance


Gulf County Sheriff's de-
puties Raymond Watson and.
Jim Buchanan responded to a
family disturbance, late Sun-
day afternoon, which resulted
in the arrest of 52 year-old
Fannie Mae Baker, of 156
Avenue B.
According to Sheriff
Murphy, Fannie Mae, Baker
and Charlie Dawson were


engaged in an argument,.
when Mrs. Baker pulledi..
knife from her purse, a;j
attempted to stab Dawson, in
the presence of the officers.
Mrs. Baker was taken into
custody, and charged with ag-
gravated assault, with the
intent to commit a felony, and
Sis presetly, lodged in the.Qulf
County jail.


students to Get Resuts


FireS's



Scorchi


Homes
-Two fires were reported in
the area during the past week.
The first alarm was sounded
at 4:20 Friday afternoon of
last week when fire was
reported in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Coleman ,Kirkland,
108 Monica. Drive, Ward.
, .Ridge.
According to fire depart-
ment officials, apparently the
fire started around thekitchen
range, damaging the range,
Sand its immediate area as well
as causing considerable
-smoke damage to the rest of'
the home.
The fire'was confined to the
range area by Port St. Joe
volunteer firemen.
A second call .was. made,
Sunday afternoon by the High-
land View Fire Department.
S The Highland View depart-
ment was called to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis, at
406 Second Street in Highland
View. The fire was evidently
caused by an electrical short
in a range hood fan. Fire
Department spokesmen esti-
mated damages to the range
hood and cabinet area at about
$300.


of State

SThe Gulf County School Board
office: reports that the Florida State-
Swide Assessment results describing.
student achievement of the State-
adopted minimum performance stan-
dards have been in the hands of school
faculties for several days. According to
.School Superintendent Walter Wilder,
these scores are being studied by prin-
cipals and teachers to determine
where student mastery' of skills and
standards ended and where remedia-
tion must begin.
S Superintendent Wilder said that
today (Thursday) test information will
be' given to third, fifth, eighth and
eleventh grade students to take home.
This information, in the form of a
Student Report, presents a detailed
record of a student's achievement of


Fireman Bob Ellzey checks for sparks
and embers after firemen put out a fire in the
kitchen of Coleman Kirkland at Ward Ridge


Friday afternoon. The fire started in the
range hood around which Ellzey is looking.
-Star photo


Man Charged In Two-Car Accident


Last Week In St. Joe Beach Area


S Two men were injured and
another, Quincy Limber, char-
ged with failure to have his
vehicle under control in an
accident last Wednesday af-
S ternoon.
The accident occurred on
Highway 98 near the Canal
Street intersection on St. Joe
Beach, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Bill


Godwin.
According to Trooper God-
win, Limber, of Apalachicola,
was travelling east on High-
way 98, following a car pre-
paring to make a turn into
Canal Street. Trooper God-
win's investigation showed
that Limber failed to slow
down in time and had to brake
quickly to avoid hitting the car


in front of him. When he
braked, his compact car skid-
ded sideways into the path of
an approaching car.
Richard E. Scully of Tyhdall
Air Force' Base was driving
the compact car headed west
on Highway 98. The impact of
his car with the Limber auto
knocked the approaching car
backwards for 15 feet. The


Limber vehicle came to rest
on the westbound shoulder of
the highway.
Gulf County Volunteer am-
bulance took Scully to Tyndall
Air Force Base hospital for
treatment anrl brought Lim-
ber to a Panama City hospital.
Both cars were severely
damaged by the crash.


Man Jailed On

Larceny Charge
Michael Dunn, age 22, of 231
Avenue A, is currently lodged
in the.'Gulf, County Jail, on
charges of criminal mischief
and grand larceny.
Sheriff Ken Murphy stated
that Dunn was arrested Sun-
day (Jan. 8) night, after he
broke several soft drink bot-
tles inside Duren's Economy
Store, in Port St. Joe.
Later during an interview
conducted by Sheriff Murphy,
Dunn confessed to. taking
approximately $1,800.00 from
Bill's Dollar Store, during
June of 1977. Sheriff Murphy
advised that Dunn did not act
alone in this theft, and from
information given by Dunn,
other arrests will take place
soon.


Has Surgery
Dr. Wayne Hendrix under-
went cardio-vascular surgery
at Emory University Hospital
in Atlanta, Georgia on Wed-
nesday of last week.
Reports are that Dr. Hen-
drix is recovering well and is
scheduled to come home Fri-
day of this week.


Tests

standards, skills and test iter
mathematics and comm
skills. The report will indicate
a student needs further ass
acquiring the minimum basi
addition, the 11th grade r
state whether a student did
pass,the functional liter
The Superintendent st
remediation'plans will be dev
the, students who need them
many students need remei
some degree. A certain n
standards were especially di
some students and proved
downfall of more than 50 p
them, district-wide, at ea
tested., For example, on th
Section, recognizing irrele
invalid statements proved a


Today

ms in both for grades three, eight, and eleven, as
unication did punctuation on the writing section
te whether for three, five and 11. Also, on the
distance in mathematics test, many students at all
c skills. In levels flubbed when working with frac-,
eport will tions, decimals and percentages.
or did not Superintendent Wilder admits that
acy test. more has been said around the State
ated that about the lack of student achievement
'eloped for and imminent remediation than has.
Sand that been noted about positive achievement,
diation to and he is quick to point out that there.'
umber of are students at every level who made-.
ifficult for excellent scores and a few earned
to be the perfect scores. He is confident that this
percent of group will increase in number the next
ach level time Statewide Assessment rolls
e reading around and that students' scores in
vant and each school will show a climb toward
i bugaboo the upper brackets.


Carl Bowen, Secretary-Treasurer; Higde6
B business Leaders Swatts, Chairman and David Roche. Vice.
Chairman. In their meeting last Friday, *th
The Port St. Joe Business Men's Associa- Association voted unanimously to support an
tion started its year of activities Friday at a endorse a suggestion by the Port St. Joe City
noon meeting by seating a new slate, of Commission to establish an Industrial park iW
officers. Serving for the coming year will be this area. -Star photo


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-PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St..Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JAN. 12. 1978
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To AVD RTIsms-In case *arrr oor amisions in advertisement. th publisher do not hold themselves liable
for dam furir an amount received for auch advertisement.

SThe poken word s glven scant attention; it printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The poken word barely
ei erls the printed word thoroughly convince Th spoken word is lost; the printed wprd remains.


Finishing

Touches
Workmen of Gulf Asphalt
were back in town this peat
week putting the final finished
cap on the four streets being
resurfaced under the State
Secondary Road Program.
The streets will be finished
this week if weather doesn't
prevent it.
The paving was started
nearly two months ago, but
delays in putting on the final
surface has kept caution signs
up in the City for some time.
These paving projects are
probably the last Secondary
work the City will receive as
the program is being aban-
doned after nearly 30 years of
improving the state's second-
ary roads.
-Star photo


Carter Can Ask,


"W-hat's Your Excuse?"

There's an old saying here in mistakes are made over United
racker Country." that "He may be States television almost every week
sob, but he's our sob" and dares in interviews of foreign dignitaries.
body else to say anything about The U.S. seldom takes offense at
r own. such mistakes. ''"
Last week, "our own" President The unguarded;, remarks made
rter was attacked by the Euro- in India expressed the true situation
an press, labeling his nine-day concerning the disagreements be-
p and the speeches made along tween the two nations regarding
i way as "the worst polical nuclear use and mis-use. Since the
lure", feeling was there, it will probably
Chief among these editorial clear the air for the true feelings of
Chief among these editorial the President to be made public.
fractions was the West German
Perhaps more such plain talk among
ess. West Germany, with the our nation and other natns is
mutation ofbeing our staunchest brinabout moreunder-
y on the Continent said Carter's needed to bringabout moreunder-
p was "the worst political failure standing in the end. India no longer
p was "the worst political failure has to wonder what the President's
the past year". wishes are in nuclear matters.
The Europeans chided Carter When we look at the history of
the translation blunders and the Europe and their "professional"
guarded remarks made in India leaders, it's easy to see which
ncerning relations between this system best suits the people's needs.
tion and.fhe Indiap government. .-Our Presidenit. cj1y his' miP-
The translation, errors- were-: takes to-the'fact- thathe -is only a
grettable, but it would seem to us peanut farmer representing the'
it the Poles are pretty thin- United States. Then he can legiti-
nned not to recognize from the ,mately ask the Europeans concern-
rt that the well publicized mis- ing their multitude of problems,
nslations were just that and not a arid "professional" leaders, "What's
tement of U.S. policy. Such your excuse?"


Unending Supply

dismay that we ride When we go from the office to
city and its streets and our home, we usually travel down
ad shoulders. They are Monument to our street, and then
Shape and if they were home. This is a distance of just over
ay, they would be in the a mile and we will wager that at
tomorrow. least three large plastic trash bags
ems to be no end to the could be filled up with litter found
Alunteers we have in our just on the road right of way for this
and others, who will distance. This 'doesn't count the
vhen the need arises to bushels which could be picked up
eets and parks with an from fields and open lots.
iply of cans, cups, paper Lets vow to have a little better
.'s downright ugly! house-cleaning habits during the
people do these things? coming year. We.have a pretty town
ppear that the more in which to live.. There's no excuse
tizens ask for people to. for us living like a bunch of canaries,
rash.in a trash contain- fouling our own nest.
ets' and sidewalks are Remember, We live here. Let's
more for trash recepta- make it look like we are civilized
people and not thoughtless slobs.


By Billy Norris


Record

Is Not

Wanted
A normal month for the St.
Joe Volunteer Ambulance
Squad will result in from 25-30
ambulance calls being
answered with the record
number being 37 calls.
As of, 6p.m., January 7, the
St. Joe Volunteers have re-
sponded to 17 calls and trans-
portea18 patients. Several of
these have been home type
accidents and two were traffic
related.
So :how about everybody
being careful. We don't want
you to be the one that causes
us to break our record of
monthly calls.

James Watt, who perfected
the steam engine, invented
the first duplicating machine
to help run his steam engine
business.


It's with
iIthrough the
Look at the ro
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:,'ectified tod.
:same shape
: There se
number of vo
: community,
Come forth \
;'-iseed our str(
unending sup
-and litter. It
Why do
'Ait would al
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,place their ti
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Bible Notes

lew 11:3-6 and 11 assurance that Jesus is truly
d: Is There Another? the Son of God.
Jesus' answer to John and to
loved John the us in Matthew 11:4-6 shows
In Matthew 11:11 His love and concern for
d of John that no one everyone of us. Allow your
women was greater spirit to listen to these words
And in Matthew 14:13 of Jesus. "Jesus answered and
sus heard of John's said unto them, Go and show
e went away to be John again those things which
a while. ye do hear and see: The blind
ere is a question in. receive their sight, and the
11:3 asked by John of lame walk, the lepers are
at we need to con- cleansed, and the deaf hear,
..Art thou he that the dead are raised up, and the
me, or do we look for poor have the gospel preached
Is this Jesus really to them. And blessed is he,
have heard He is? whosoever shall not be
the same question so offended in me." Read this
us are asking today? scripture over and over so it
ministers to your inner self.
is, I think, a simi- This is Jesus' testimony of
f intent in John's Himself! It's true, Praise the
and our question Lord. We don't have to look for
We .both need the another. He is here!


City Sets

Surplus

Dog Sale
City Auditor and Clerk Mike
Wright says the City's dog
catcher has impounded sever-
al dogs and cannot find out
who the owners are. Wright
pointed out that the City's,
ordinance calls for these dogs.
to be sold to anyone who
wishes to purchase them. ft
they are not claimed or pur-
chased in a short while, they
will be disposed of.
Wright said there are
around 10 dogs available of ll
sizes, ages, shapes and colors,.
at the City dog pound, located
on the new City warehouse
property at the extreme east
end of 10th Street, across from
the Gulf County Mosquito
Control building.
Anyone desiring to claim the
dogs or purchase them should
call the City warehouse.


New Officers
SA new slate of officers was installed by
the Port St. Joe squad of. the Gulf County
Ambulance Service Monday night at the
regular meeting of the group. New officers
were sworn in by County Commissioner
Everette Owens in a short ceremony. Serving


This week marks the first full week following
the holidays. This is the first week in which
something can start happening again and end the
period of undivided attention we have been
giving to holidays, days off, football games,
celebrating anything but working, or going
about our everyday lives in a normal manner.
All that is left is the Super Bowl, and even
that will be over by Sunday week.
We're glad to see things get back to normal
here at The Star, since such activities as we have
witnessed during the past two to three weeks do
not make getting out a newspaper an easy thing
to do. The newspaper has to go out, even though
the news is scarce and we have to get out and dig
for it. In normal times, the news flows and it is


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in a leadership capacity for the coming year,
will be the volunteers shown in the photo
above. From left to right: Ruth Hammond,
Supply Officer; Jim Gregg, Director; C. L.
Sylvester, Maintenance Officer and Bob
Lightfoot. Second Assistant. Not pictured is
Loretta Busby. First Assistant. The new
officers will be active for a one year period.
-Star photo


Jaycees Begin Search


for Candidates for


Outstanding


January 15-21 is nationally
observed as Jaycee Week. The
purpose of Jaycee Week is to
commemorate the founding of
the Jaycee movement in
January of 1915.
Kicking off Jaycee Week
nationally is the yearly Ten
Outstanding Young Men of
America Awards Congress.
This national completion event
was created in 1938. Since that
time, scores of Jaycee age
men have been honored at the
dawn of their careers and
have gone on to become the
leaders of our time. Leonard
Bernstein, John F. Kennedy,
Henry Kissinger, and Gerald
R. Ford are but a few of the
distinguished Americans who
have been honored over the
years.
On a local level the Port St.
Joe Jaycees are soliciting


public assistant
establish a recip
1977 Distinguish
Award. The public
nominate a pers
mitting a written
what this person
the past 12 mon
community. Thi
should be in 25 w(
The nominee mus
the ages of 18-35,
does not have to i
Ballot boxes wi
at the Florida
Bank, Port St. Joe
and Smith's Ph
Monday, January
be collected and
tabulated Friday,
Tabulation will b
by a past D.S.A.
The recipient o
Distinguished Sei
will be honored a


Young Man
ce to help on January 21st, 7:30 p.m., at
ient for the Butler's Restaurant. Awards
led Service will also be given to project
is invited to chairmen who have completed
;on by sub- projects in the past six
summary of months.
has done in Past recipients of the D.S.A.
iths for his Award have included Abe
s summary Miller, Robert Moore, Robert
words or less. Montgomery, Gerald Lewter,
t be between Gene Raffield and Robert
however, he Carey.
be a Jaycee.
ll be placed Evelyn Murdock
1st National
Post Office On Dean's List
armacy on
S16 and will Mrs. Evelyn B. Murdock of
nominations Port St. Joe has been named to
January 20. the Dean's List at Gulf Coast
e conducted Community College for the
recipient. fall semester. Mrs. Murdock
f this year's attained the list by maintain-
rvice Award ing at least a B average in all
at a banquet her studies.


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EDITORIALS:
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ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


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iust a matter of getting the facts straight.
During holidays, news stories are almost
non-existent. We have had it fairly easy to get
together a newsy front page for the past two or
three weeks, since it seems each week there has
been a good story breaking which gave us
something to interest our readers with. The
inside pages have been something else. We try to
put at least one good local news story on each
page and we haven't always been able to do that
for the past couple of weeks.
Another victim of the holiday weeks is this
page. Coming up with a subject to write about
each and every week gets to be agony for us at
times. Some writers seem to be able to sit down
to the task of getting out a column or editorial
and the words will just flow like a stream rushing
down to the ocean. Not here. Our words seem to
be trying to run uphill ... when they will run at
all.

Take this week foi ':nstane't here was
nothing which would come to mind which would
make a good column of local interest.
There was the Mayor's suggestion that the
City try to purchase property for an industrial
park. but that's still in the suggestion and
thinking stage and really can't be developed into
a discussion as yet, except to speculate on what
each individual feels would be a good move for
the City to make. This one will take a little more
thinking before we start anything in print about
this subject.
There was the fact that Pete Miller, Roy
Gibson, George Tapper, Joe Hendrix and Bob
King are going to the Super Bowl in New
Orleans. They didn't want their wives to know
where they were going, so we can't write about
that. It would get them in trouble at home.
The usual warm today and cold tomorrow
Florida winter is upon us and keeping the
hospital full with sick people, but who likes to be
reminded there is a lot of sickness around.
I heard the other day that Dr. Wayne
Hendrix has had a by-pass operation in an
Atlanta hospital, but I don't know enough about
that at this time to write about that. We did hear
that he was doing well.
The paper mill is back at work after
probably its shortest Christmas holiday shut-'
down in the past 10 years, but nobody mentions
that for fear of bringing down a hex which will
cause it to close down for lack of orders in a short
while.

The only thing we can do is look at the
headlines on the daily newspapers and give you a
few quips about what has happened during the
past week.
I see where President Carter pledged to
protect Europe during his little trip last week.
After reading of some of the editorial comments
about his trip and the things which weie said and
left unsaid, I can't imagine why he should offer
to defend the Continent.
Then there was the three-part series in the
Tallahassee Democrat about Governor Askew
and his past seven years as Governor. The
article dredged up all the promises made by the
Governor to cut the state budget and number of
personnel on the payroll. Both jumped dramati-
cally. The article went on to point out that one of
Askew's biggest drawbacks was that he wasn't
one of the boys. Neither is Charo, but she seems
to attract friends rather than enemies.
Senator Howard Baker let the other shoe
drop. then caught it. before it hit the floor in
Panama last week. He said the canal treaty can't
pass the Senate if it takes his endorsement to do
so. Then he went on to say he might be able to
support the treaties if certain language was
spelled out in the documents.,-So, finally, 'the
Senator clears the air. He is definitely against
the treaties .. unless he decides he is in favor.


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PAGE THREE


County Wants Discussion...


feasible and useful for their
employees.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
The County may have an-
other active fire department
in the near future.
A delegation from St. Joe
Beach headed by E. R. Wil-
liams and Bo Boyette, ap-
peared before the Commission
.Tuesday asking for their help.
in getting,.tarted. Principally, ,
what the men wanted was* to.l
be able to use the clout of the '-
County Board with the Fores-
try Service to get a surplus
pumper, tank truck ,or any.
equipment they might use to'.
get into the fire fighting"
business.
The representatives; said
they had a source of water
pledged and said they needed
a pump of some sort to get the'
water out of a well and into a,
truck,or tank.
After making their pitch,
Williams then said, "What we
want mostly is a word from
you about what we should do
next in getting started. We feel


we have done about all we can
do without some official san-
tion or help".
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
made a motion, unanimously.
approved by the Commission
that the County make an
official request to the Forestry
Service to furnish any surplus
equipment which might be
available for the new fire
department. He also'suggest-


ed that the County try to find a
pump needed by the Depart-
ment to fill its trucks and
tanks with water.
At the present time, St. Joe
Beach is serviced by fire
protection from the Pbrt St.
Joe Fire Department under
the St. Joseph Fire Control
District agreement. In the
agreement, property owners
south of Cypress Creek be-


tween the Bay and Franklin Joe is paid an average of
county lines are taxed for fire $4,000 a year for the fire
service and the City of Port St. protection service.
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BEGINS: Thursday. Jan. 12 at 7:00 p.m.
LENGTH: Eight sessions
PLACE: Guidance Clinic, 311 Williams
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COST: $3.00 per session (includes mat-
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Information and Registration
Call 227-1145
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:Monday, Jan. 16
Lasagna, tossed salad, gar-
lic bread, fruit cup, milk.
Tuesday, Jan. 17
Beef stew with vegetables,
cabbage slaw, cake, .corn-
bread, milk.
Wednesday, Jan. 18
Chili con care with beans,
cabbage green pepper slaw,,


baked apple slices, bread,
milk .
Thursday, Jan. 19
Oven fried chicken, rice
with gravy, mustard 'greens,
applesauce, rolls, milk.
Friday, Jan. 20
Hamburger, lettuce. and
tomato, French fries, jello
with grapefruit, milk.
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Headed for Moscow

S Chief of Police H. W. (Buck) Griffin, visit25 countries. From Port St. Joe. they will
center, welcomed Mike Marzo, right and head west to Los Angeles and then back to.
Berthe LaForge of Canada: to Port St. Joe Canada. where they will take a ship to Japan.
Tuesday.:The couple are from :Montreal, On their trip they plan to visit Japan, New
.Canada, where they started, a 25,000 mile Zealand. Australia, India and then on to
icycle trip two and a half months ago, on Russia.
S their way to'the 1980 Olympics to be held in
Moscow. :The couple is carrying two Rags The cyclists average about 80 miles per
used in the 1976 Olympics in Montreal to the day and pay for their trip by writing a journal
1980 Olympics. of'their adventures for, a Canadian news-
During their trip, Mike and Berthe will paper. -Star photo


OBITUARIES 'Peck' Boyer

Series Set Friday for Dies Suddenly
S Wi nC Strickla d Clarence Edwin Boyer, 69,
Mrs. Jewe WMinell Strikland of Bryants Landing, near We-
wahiichka, died suddenly at
Mrs. Jewel Winnell Strick- Port St. Joe. her parents, Mr. his home Wedesdan or a
,.. Id 47. of.,Port St, Joe. died,- a.nt4.,s. B~lLes.~f pf Wewa nng. was a I i veo
S Wednesday .in Tallahassee, hilchka. io brothers. Billy Jones. California, and had
Memorial Hospital following a Frank and Carl Lester, both of .been a resident at Bryants
lengthy illness. Wewahitchka and 'a sister eLanding for the past 12 years.
Mrs. Strickland was a na- Mrs: Mildred Richardson of Hwas retired ep ployee of
tive of Wewahitchka and had. Wewahitchka. the t. Jo Paper Company.
been a resident of Port St. Joe Funeral services will be he St. Paper Company.
for the past 24 years. She was held Friday afternoon ~t 3:00 He is survived by his wife,
a long-time eiiployee of St. p.nh.; in the'-First, Baptist Gladys Lawson Boyer of Bry-
Joseph Telephone and Tele- Church of Port St. Joe, with ants Landing; four sons, Tom
graph Company, where she Rev. George Gay and Rev. ar Watertown iscn-
was supervisor in' the. C.T.I. Bill E. Heaton, officiating. sin, Edward Bartee, harles
.Department. She was a mem- Jnlomhment Will be in the Byer and George Boyer all of
her of the First Baptist family mausoleum'in the Pensacola: two brothers, Paul
'Church. HollvHill Cemetery. Boyer, Fayetteville' Arkan-
SShe is survived' by her St. Clair Funeral Hore is in sas and ick Boyer of PortSt
husband. John Strickland ;of charge of arrangements Joe two sisters MissGer-
trude Boyer and Mrs. Edwin
M r L y Pa Aw y .Ramsey, both.of Port St. Joe
Mrs. Ver Lowry Passes Away and eight grandchildren.


Mrs. Vera Lowry, 63, a resi-
dent .of Port St. Joe, died
Saturday in the Gulf Coast
Community Hospital following
a lengthy illness. Mrs. Lowry
was a member of the Catholic
faith.
She is survived by': her hus-
Y band, Charles.P. Lowry of
'Port St. Joe; two sons,
Michael. and Harry Lowry,
both of Port St. Joe; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Carol Marino of
' Akron, Ohio; three brothers,
Walter Stachowicz of Miami,
and Matthew and Standley
Stachowicz, both of Holyoke,
Mass.; three sisters, Mrs. Jo


Mrs. Sadie Anna Sexton, 66,
died Sunday, Jan. 8, in Jack-
sonville. She was a former
resident of Port St. Joe, and
was a member of the Metho-
dist Church.
Survivors include: a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Anna Joyce Chat-
ham of Jacksonville; three
brothers. Jack and Pete,
Levins, both of Tallahassee,
and Woodrow Levins of In.
verness; four sisters, Mrs.
Era Knight of Chipley, Mrs.
Betty Roberson of Tallahas-


Norris of Orlando, Estelle
Henley of Douglas, Ga. and
Mrs. Rose.Urban of Holyoke,-
Mass.; and ten grandchildren.
Rosary was said at 8:30p.m.
Sunday in the Comforter Fun-
eral Home Chapel in Port St.
Joe. Requiem mass was said
Monday at 11:00 a.m. in the St.
Joseph's Catholic Church by
the Rev. Father Peter Le-
Maire. Interment followed in
the family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home.


see, Mrs. Edith Wade and
Mrs. Murline Butner, both of
Sanford; three grandchildren
and one great grandchild.
Funeral services were held
at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at
the First United Methodist
Church, Port St. Joe, conduct-
ed by the Rev; Johnie Mc-
Curdy. Interment followed in
the family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home.


Funeral arrangements are
incomplete and will, be an-
nounced by the St. Clair
Funeral Home.

W.D. Prescott

Taken by Death
Warren Davis Prescott, age
68, a, long-time resident of
Wewahitchka, died Monday
morning in a Blountstown
hospital following' a brief ill-
ness. '
Mr. Prescott had been a
resident of Wewahitchka for
the past 64 years. He was a
member of the Methodist
Church and 'was self employ-
ed.
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Georgia Prescott; a
daughter, Mrs. Becky Bir-,
mingham, both of Wewahitch-
ka; two brothers, Smith Pres-
cott of Wewahitchka and Pro
Prescott of Houston, Texas;
and one grandson, Matthew
Birmingham of Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at the First United
Methodist Church of Wewa-
hitchka, with the Rev. Jim
Fillingim officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the family
plot of Jehu Cemetery.

All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home, Port St. Joe.


Mrs. Adele Lister Succumbs to illness


Ms. Adele Lister, age 60, a
-. long-time resident of Wewa-
hitchka, died Saturday-in the
Gulf Coast Community Hos-
pital, following a lengthy ill-
ness. Ms. Lister was the city
v clerk of Wewahitchka for 13
years, and was a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka.


Survivors include: a brot-
her, Otto Lister; a sister, Mrs.
Nellie Lister of Wewahitchka;
one nephew, Terry Lister of
Panama City; and three
nieces, Mrs. Donnie Zedaker
of Charlotte, N.C., Mrs. Irene
Estes of Orlando and Mrs.
Rhonda Daniel of Panama
City.


Funeral services were held
at 2:00 Monday in the First
Baptist Church of Wewahitch-
ka with the Rev. Davis Ram-
sey officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the family plot of
Jehu Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter FUn-
eral Home, Port St. Joe.


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. JAN. 12. 1978


King Tut's

. : Treasures

Viewed
S A slide program of the
: treasures of King Tutank-
-h.mun will be shown at the
,- rt St. Joe Library, Monday
'". lgt, January 16 at 7:00 pn.m
'*i: This program is on a circuit
throughout the Northwest
Regional Library System
Through the courtesy of Ifhe
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
STheprogram will last about
30 minutes, is free, and every-
one is cordially invited to
attend. Patrons may check out
the slide program overnight
From the library by calling
229-8879 or coming by the
library to reserve it. It'will be
Available to the Port St. Joe
area until January 17.

'BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Andirw E.
STrammell of Pensacola are
L happy to announce the birth of
M iichael Patrick, born
1~ december 29 at Sacred Heart
-Hospital.
The proud grandpareins are
Mr.and Mrs. F;E. Trammell,.
i: Rt. 2, Geneva, Ala., and Mr.
I ai Mrs. Pat Provenza of St.
Augustine.
Andy Jr:, age 3, welcomed
: ,the new baby home.
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The Gulf County: Recrea-
tion Department will begin
their slimnastics program for
women on Monday, January
1fith. The course is an inter-
esting and new concept in
exercising designed for the
woman that normally be-
comes bored with exercising
after a few. weeks. .
Morning and evening class-
es:.are scheduled. Morning


Rev. and Mrs. James D.
Maddox of Cottondale an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Donna Lee, to
Timothy Mathis of Chipley.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of.Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Maddox of New Brock-
ton, Alabama; and Mr. and
Mrs. K. D. Anderson of Enter-
prise, Alabama. She is a 1975
graduate of Chipley High
School, a 1977 graduate' of
Chipola Junior College, and is
currently attending Washing-

Program

londay
classes will meet on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from
9:00 to 10:00 a.m., and even-
ing classes will meet Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday from
5:15 to 6:15 p.m. Fee for the
course is $5.00 per month. The.
nominal fee for this course is
anticipated to encourage
women in this area to partici-
pate. ,
The instructor for the class


1 to 12off


ton-Holmes Area Vocational-
Tecbnical Center, where she
is also employed.
Hel fiance is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Mathis and
the grandson of Mrs. Alma
Matbis, all of Chipley. He will
be a 1978 graduate of Chipley
HigBh School. He is presently
attending Washington-Holmes
Area 'Vocational-Technical'
Center and has plans to attend
Daniels Welding School in
South Carolina.
The couple plan a summer
wedding.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs.- Patrick T.
Cobb.of Pensacola announce
the birth of their daughter,
Ashley Leigh, on December
23.
Mrs. Cobb is the former
Cecelia Creech, daughter of"
Mrs. Jula Creech and the late
Gus Creech of Port St. Joe.
is Kathy Craig. Classes will be
held in the Centennial Build-
ing. You may register at the
Gulf County Recreation De-
partmenit, City Hall, 229-6119.


The St. Joseph luncheon
meeting of St. Joseph Bay
Chapter DAR is scheduled for
Wednesday, January 18, at the
Garden Center on Eighth
Street at 12:00 noon. Hostesses
for this meeting are Mrs.
George Core. Mrs. W. F. Fite,
and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett. A
delightful meal is being
planned for this occasion.
Mrs. Noble H. Stone, Chair-
man of Civil Defense, will
present a program on
National Defense, entitled
"The Strength. of Prepared-
ness".
Mrs. Paul Fensotn, Regent,
has announced that delegates
to the Florida State Con-
ference Daughters of the
American Revolution to be
held in March in Clearwater


have been selected and will be
approved at this meeting.
Mrs. William Quarles, Jr.,
Chairman of DAR Schools,
requests that members bring
articles of clothing, books, etc.
for a box to be sent to Kate
Duncan Smith DAR School in
Grant, Alabama. She is also
asking for small household
articles suitable for re-sale
and says that cash donations
are in order.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Jr.,
wishes to remind members to
save clippings pertaining to
DAR from newspapers, maga-
zines, etc. to be use in Press-
book and for various reports.
All members are urged to
attend this January meeting
and get St. Joseph Chapter off
to a good start in 1978.


Presents Dogwoods


Ralph Edenfield, County Forester with
the Panama City District of the Forestry
Department presents some dogwoods to
Shirley Ramsey, vice-president of the Garden
Club. The Forestry Department has given the
Club dogwoods and other varieties of trees at


this time of year for the past several years to
be used in beautification of the Center, and in'
members yards. Mr. Edenfield will be the
guest speaker today: at the Garden Club
meeting at the Garden Center on Eighth
Street. -Star photo'


Historical Plaque Dedication


to Highlight Garden Meeting


Jerry Arhelger

Jerry Arhelger to

Lead Revival Services


The Wewahitchka First
United Methodist Church is
currently having. Jerry
Arhelger in Revival services.
Services are at 7:00 P.M.
(except Sunday at 6:00) and
10:00 A.M. Mr. Arhelger will
be teaching'Thursday and
Friday morning. ''"' *""
Jerry Arhelger is the
Founder and Director of Net
Casting Ministries, Inc., a
multi-phase, multi-denomi-
national ministry that touches
prisons, military bases and
high schools.
"Let Jesus Love You" is the
name of Jerry's long-playing
album. One of his songs,
"Breaker, Breaker, Sweet
Jesus" is currently among the
top five religious songs in the
nation and a local favorite.
Mr. Arhelger's unique style
of preaching, singing and
teaching all center around the
theme of "LIFTING UP Jesus
Christ". The public is cor-
dially invited to attend these
services of spiritual victory.
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A covered dish luncheon at
12:30 today, followed by
featured speaker, Ralph
Edenfield. and a presentation
by the St. Joseph Historical
Society will be of interest to
members of the two functions.
Mr. Edenfield will develop a
topic on trees and their role in
our American heritage.
At 1:45. George Tapper will
unveil a plaque and deliver a
dedication speech designating
the Garden Club building as
the oldest building remain-
ing intact in the City. The


building is more than 50 years All members and interested
old. persons are invited to attend.


First United

Methodist Church
Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ........................ 9:45A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE ..........11 A.M.& 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...... 5:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M.


'Notice f Annual Meeting
Of Members of

Citizens Federal Savings & Loan
Association of Port St. Joe

The annual meeting of members of Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Port St. Joe will be held on
Wednesday, January 18, 1978, at 2 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., in the
office of the association at 401 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing
term, and to transact any other business which may legally
come before said meeting.

C. J. Stevens, Jr.
Secretary Treasurer

Citizens Federal will be closed for business at 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, January 18, 1978; in order to hold the annual
meeting of members.


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Year's First


Baby Born


In Hospital

i f. Baby boy Daniel Floyde Jackson, Jr.,
Swas Port St. Joe's first baby of the year,
arriving early Friday morning, six days after
4"i- Vthe new year had gotten underway.
'Daniel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Jackson of Port St. Joe. The young man
v ', weighed shven pounds,. eight ounces.
Daniel was born at Port St. Joe Municipal
Hospital.
S. this picture, Daniel is the smaller one,

SStar photo


Loretta Busby Featured this


Week By Ambulance Squad


The Port St. Joe Volunteer
Ambulance Squad is featuring
Loretta Busby this week.
Loretta joined in August of
1974. while the squad was still
in its planning stages. She
remained a very valuable
asset to the squad for 112
years. at which time she went
to work at Weems Hospital in
Apalachicola. During this past
summer Loretta went on a
part time schedule at Weems


comforts of home at anytime,
day or night.


Plenty of Time Allowed fo



ood Stamp Eligibility Re
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SThe U. S.- Department of
'Agriculture (USDA) -is
making sure people using food
"stamps are given enough time
.to renew their eligibility
before it runs out, Assistant
.Secretary Carol Tucker Fore-
man said.
SAssistant Secretary Fore-
man said new USDA rules will
require local welfare agencies
S.to give people using food
-stamps advance written
notice that their eligibility is
rending. These- notices must -
Sarrive in time fr people to 4e-
: {.apply for-their s'am ps without
an interruption in benefits, she
said.'
The assistant secretary said
the department is issuing
these rules to settle a nation-
wide class action lawsuit,
Basel v. Butz, which- chal-
lenged USDA's food stamp
re-certification procedures'.


Ms. 'Foreman said the new
rules will make the re-certifi-
cation process fairer by re-
quiring state and local
agencies to take more respon-
sibility for keeping food stamp
users informed about the
status of their eligibility.
When a household is ap-
proved for food stamps,
Assistant Secretary Foreman
explained, it is certified fora
Specified length of time, and
must re-apply when this certi-
Sfication-period.ends;.Periodic-.
re-certification is necessary.
t shk said. because.it gves local
agencies an opportunity to
review changes in family
income or resources.
Under the old rules, house-
holds were told at the time of
application when. their 'eligi-
bility would expire, and no
further notice was given.
Basel v. Butz was filed in


October 1974 in U: S. District.
Court for the District of
Columbia. The District Court
ruled in USDA's favor, but the
U. S. Court of Appeals
reversed the lower court early
in 1977. On May 13, USDA
agreed to settle.the case by-
issuing new regulations.
To give interested parties a
chance to comment, the
department published pro-
posed rules on June 3. USDA
received 63 comments on the
proposal...39 from staie.._ad
local welfare agencies and the
rest from legal:, aid groups,
interest groups, and interest-
ed individuals.
The proposed rules would
have allowed people who
appeal food stamp cutbacks or
cutoffs to get full benefits
pending a hearing decision.
But,.because of a conflict with
the recently-enacted :Food
Stamp Act of 1977, this provi-
sion was dropped from final
regulations.
Under the final rules, local
agencies must notify house-
holds in writing between 30
and 45 days before their
certification periods end.
Expiration notices will tell
households they must re-apply
for food stamps by a certain
date to continue receiving
their benefits without inter-
ruption. People who are certi-
fied for one month, or less will
be given .their expiration
notice when they apply..
Notices must be mailed
early enough sp households
have at least '15 days to.


respond. Households, who
meet the re-application dead-
line will have to be told by the
end of that month whether
they will be re-certified, will
have their food stamp benefits
cut back, or will be. dropped
from the program.
Recertified households must
be able to buy their .food
stamps without interruption.
for most, this means getting'
ah Authorization to Purchase
food stamps (ATP) card by
the first of the next month.
People ,who .miss their r-
application deadline without
good cause would.not be
guaranteed uninterrupted
benefits.
If there is not enough time to
mail out an ATP card because


The Greater Panama City
Crusade, the first area re-
ligious crusade to be held here
in several years, begins
Sunday night,: January, 15,
with Jacksonville Mayor Hans
'Tanzler telling the audience
what Christ means to him..
The Crusade, to be con-
ducted by Evangelist Moody
Adams, will be held in. the
3,000-seat Municipal Audi-
torium nightly through
Sunday, January 22. Sunday
'services begin at 8:00 p.m.
and weeknight services start
at 7:30 p.m.. C.S.T.
A well-known celebrity will
be giving his or her testimony
each night of the Crusade.
After Tanzler's Sunday night
appearance, Pensacola
Chamber of Commerce Presi-
dent Barney Burks,. the im-
mediate past Mayor of Pensa-
cola. will be speaking on
Monday night.
Florida State University
Head Football Coach Bobby
Bowden. who guided the Semi-
noles to a 10-2 season including
a Tangerine Bowl victory over
Texas Tech, will give' his
testimony on Tuesday night.
On Wednesday night, Repre-
sentative Fran Carlton, of
Orlando. who is also the star of
the Frari Carlton TV Show,
will reveal how God has
worked in her life.


S* Convenient






LORETTA BIUSBY
and asked to be reinstated as a
squad member.
iew al Since being welcomed back
to the squad Loretta has put in
Sof an agency delay, the food more than her share of volun-
stamp office would have to teer hours, and wth her
issue an "over-the-counter" experience as a state licensed
ATP or use other special LPN and EMT has :proven y
means to make sure the again, t be a very valuable
household can buy its food asset.
stamps without interruption. Loretta is also a certified :
stamps t instructor of Cardio-Pulmo-
t e wll e le to rfile cla nary Resuscitation C and is Fast and friendly prescription ser
time will be able to file claims ressi atin available. We carry a large supply
.for any food stamp benefits responsible for all'traihing in available. We carry a large supply
ot because of agency delays this area. drugs along with remedies that ca
expiration notices will As of January 1,. ta has without prescriptions. We also main
explain foodstampreappica taken the respond iity of record of your prescription purc
explain food stampre -appica-ding being First assistant the furnish you with a copy instantly
-tion procedures, including nibe ec puposes.
alternative toin- n inr squad, being elect that purposes.
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visits by eligibility workers
and telephone interviews.:
The final rules were pub-
lished in the Federal Register
of Dec. 23, 1977.,


Woody, who is employed by
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reside at Simmobs B]iou.
Loretta, we appreciate your
dedicated service and Woody,
thanks for being '"s 6under-
standing, as our members so
often have to la e' their


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Dr. Paul Derrick, a physi-
cian from Georgia, will be on
Thursday's program. A well-
known Christian, as yet uncon-
firmed, is expected to appear
Friday night, to be followed by
Former TV star Lynn Toney,
how a Pensacola business-
man, on Saturday night.
Bill Gunter, State Treasurer
and Insurance Commissioner,
is scheduled for the closing
night service on Sunday,
January 22.
The theme of the Adams'
Crusade is "Turning America
Back to God". The author of 16
books, Adams is an inter-
nationally know evangelist
whose. crusades have
attracted four million people.
A 200-voice choir and special
-musical groups will provide
outstanding music for the
Crusade.
Adams' sermon topics are:
Sunday- "Homosexuals: Will
They Get Your Children?";
Monday- "Why Ann Landers'
Marriage Failed"; Tuesday-
"Demons: Their Five Attacks
on Your Life"; Wednesday-
"Armegeddon: The Last
War": Thursday- "Courtship,
Love and Sex"; Friday- "The
Latest Signs of Christ's
Return"; Saturday- "Why Did
Elvis Presley Die?"; and
Sunday- "Witchcraft Comes to
Florida".


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WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MI:D-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided Rev. William N. Stephens,
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PREACHERS
DEPARTMENT STORE

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the members of the

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

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For information
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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1978


Gilbert Martin, Former Resident,


Rams Butt Sharks, Monday, 56- 52 Receives Civilian Service Award


Rutherford High's Rams.
,butted the Sharks out' 6t the
winning column Monday
night, taking a close 56-52 win
in a last period win in the local
gym. ,
Port St. Joe was ahead all
(he way, leading 27-21 at half
fime. The Rams started a


rally in the second half which
led to their winning margin
with just seconds left in the
game..
Earlier in the season, the
Rams had defeated the Sharks
by a 66-50 score.
Robert Thomas led the
Shark attack with 15 points.


Terr yLarry was the only
other Shark scoring in double
figures' with 14 points.
Andrew McGriff led both
teams, scoring 24 points for
the Rams.
Friday night, the Slarks
take the road to Tallahassee to
meet-Florida High ahd will be
7 :


Gators Drop Two Close


Games I
By Dean Modling
::1The Wewahitchka varsity
*GQtors travelled to Aplachi-:
;:mla' Thursday night to play
: hbe Sharks. The score remain-
.lt close the entire game, but
Xpalach emerged victorious,
. 17-57.
-:With Lewis Wright getting a
,iurality of the Gator's points,
'jewa led at the half by the
;.llm margin of 26-24. The third
'*ltiarter was almost even, with
ie Sharks tying the game at

E~buring the fourth quarter,
though, Apalach managed to
get and hang on to a four-
point lead to win.
'The junior varsity and jun-
idr high teams also played.
The JV's easily -won 53-45


Wednesday Night Ladies'
:The Wednesday Night Lad-
s' League met on January 4,
for their first encounter of the
new year.
Florida Bank won three
S games from the Cowgirls on
fanes one and two. Alice J.
Martin led the Bank with a 168
game.and 428 series. Susan
iigelow (sub) bowled a 168
game and 407 series for the
S .:wgirls. Chris Lightfoot
S lIcked up a 6-7 split and Lou
SMcDonnell picked up, a 4-10
split.
On lanes three and four,
Renfro and St. Joe Furniture,
split, each taking two games.
Trudy Pate bowled a 184 game
and 442 series for Renfro.
Bertha Clayton led the Furni-
S ture teamwith a 193 game and
483 series.
On lanes five and six, St. Joe
Paper Company, Container
Division. won three games
from Murphy's. Betty Hardin
fed Container with a 143 game
and 426 series. Janice Mar-
tina bowled a 137 game and 334
series for Murphy's.
Standings:


Team
St. Joe Furniture
Florida Bank
Pepsi Cola
Murphy's
Renfro
Container Div.
Cowgirls
Apalach Selects


W L
4112 1812
39 21
39 21
30 30
30 30
29 31
17 43
141a 45't


during Week


while the C team came from
behind in the second half to
win 30-24.

The Gators returned home
to face the highly favored
Greensboro Bulldogs on Fri-
day. The game was' closer
than expected, though, and the
Gators lost by just two points,
63-61.
During the first three quar-
'ters, it looked as if the-Gators
would be blown off the court.
Bleak was the outlook when
the fourth quarter opened with
Wewa on the short end of a
52-37 score. '
The 15-point deficit closed,
but seemingly not fast enough.
With 2:00 left to go, the Bull-
dogs.led 62-51. But then, Wewa
mmafmmmm


Pepsi Cola won three games
from Apalach Selects on lanes
seven and eight. Jo O'Barr
(sub) led Pepsi, with a 177
game anid 498 series. Joyce
Monroe bowled, a 142 game
and 339 series for Selects.


:got a couple of three-point
plays and two baskets.
Greensboro's lead was cut to
63-61.'
With :02 left on the clock,
Ira MdFann called a time-out
after grabbing a rebound
Whebn. play resumed, Clyde
Gray threw all the way down-
court to' McFann, who';was
waiting under the basket. His
shot missed, but he was fouled
on trie play.
HeVlined up for, the two
pointl'which would have sent
the g&me into overtime, but
missAj-:ihem both. The loss
dropped the Gator's record to
3-4. '*' i ""
The junior varsity also lost
Friday night, 49-30.
The Gators will play Carra-
belle there Thursday, Jan. 12.
Score by quarters:
Wewa- 11 15 18 13-57
Apalach- 8 16 20 17-61

Wewa 12 12 13 24-61
Green. 18 18 16 11-63

QB Club

Meets Monday
The Port St. Joe Quarter-
back Club will meet Monday,
January 16, at the Port St. Joe
High School in the Commons
Area.
Al:'members and prospec-
tive 'members are urged to
attend. The meeting will begin
at 6.30.


at home next Monday night,
when they face Mosley of
Panama City.

Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe 15 12 13 12-52
Rutherford 10 11 16 19-56
RUTHERFORD Camp-
bell, 2-3-7;,Coleman, 3-0-6;
Mahone, 6-2-14; McGriff, 11-


PORT ST. JOE-Thomas,
6-3-15; Larry, 6-2-14; Riley,
2-0-4; Chip Pollack, 2-3-7;
Chuck Pollack, 1-4-6.


Mathis

Visits In

Greece
Navy, Boiler Technician
Third Class Chester L. Mathis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady 0.
'Mathis of 1313 McClelland
Ave., Port St. Joe, recently
visited Athens, Greece. '
He is serving as a crew-
member aboard the destroyer
USS Blandy, homeported in
Norfolk, Va. His ship is oper-
ating as a unit of the U. S.
Sixth Fleet in the Mediterran-
ean Sea.
During the 10-day visit to the
Greek capital, he and his ship-
mates had the opportunity to
visit the Acropolis, the Par-.
thenon and the Temple of,
Apollo. During the remainder
of the cruise, his ship is sche-
duled to participate in several
training exercises with other
Sixth Fleet units and with
ships of allied nations. Addi-
tionally, port visits are sche-
duled in several Mediterran-
ean coastal cities.
The Blandy is 418 feet long,
displaces 4,050 tons and car-
ries a crew of 304 officers and
enlisted men. She is armed .
with guns, torpedo tubes arid
an antisubmarine rocker
launcher.
A 1974 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, he joined the
Navy in November, 1975.


Gilbert L. Martin, Safety
Manager at the Naval Supply
Center, Charleston, S. C.,
recently became the third
individual in the history of the
Naval Supply,Center to re-
ceive the Navy Meritorious
Civilian Service Award-the
highest award which can be
bestowed by the'Commanding
Officer.:
The award was made Octo-
ber 6 during the presentation
before all hands of.the Secre-
tary of the Navy Award for
Achievement in Safety Ashore
for .1976.
The citation accompanying
the certificate reads: in part:
".. through application of
professional knowledge gain-
ed both through academic
studies and distinguished ser-
vice in.the Safety Field, and
- by virtue of his total dedica-
tion to performance, he has
greatly contributed to placing,
the Naval Supply Center in the
forefront among Navy shore
activities as a leader in safety
practices and techniques".
A graduate of Port St. Joe


High School. Martin
of Mr. *and Mrs. N. I
of 1611 Palm Boulev-
an Air Force vete
entered: Civil Servic
1962 as a Helper, Pip
and Insulator at 'the
ton Naval Shipyard.
No stranger to su
was promoted to,
Monitor in the Nude
Division in 1963; pro
Associate Supervisor


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tion Monitor in 1967; to physi-
cal Science Technician in
1968 and increased in grade in
1970.
It seems that the more
successful people are, the
busier they are. During his
climb up the ladder in the
safety business, Mr. Martin
had nine Beneficial Sugges-
.>. tions adopted, completed 11
: Navy-sponsored training pro-
grams and attended Missis-
sippi Gulf Coast Junior Col-
lege while working at Pasca-
goula.
He has also found time to be
active as a Mason, and a
ITIN .member of the Sdottish Rite
and the Omar Temple of the
is the son Shrine. He is a Baptist, Vice
G. Martin Chairman of the Coastal S. C.
ard. He is Field Federal Safety and
eran and Health Council and a member
,e in May of the S. C. National Guard.'
*e-coverer Mrs. Martin is the former
SCharles- Miss Evan Skipper of Charles-
ton. S. C.
access, he'
Radiation Nf i
aar Power
omoted to Li
ry Radia-


FA Jeffrery Dixon In

On Seizure of Pot Boat


Coast Guard Fireman Ap-
prentice Jeffery L. Dixon, son
of Mrs. Portia L. B. Dixon of
403 Battles St., and whose wife
Toni is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George L. Thomas of.
105 Robbins Avenue, all of
Port St. Joe, participated in
the seizure of a Venezuelan
vessel laden with illegal nar-
cotics.
He is serving as a crew-
member aboard the Coast
Guard cutter Durable, home-
ported in Brownsville, Tex.
His cutter began a surveil-
lance of the Lemarca I on Dec.
2, 230 miles southwest of Key
West, after the ship had been
reported for suspicion of car-
rying drugs. After following
the ship for 800 miles, it was


boarded and found to have
more than 27 tons of mari-
juana on board. The Lemarca
I was then seized, escorted to
St. Petersburg and turned
over to customs agents.
The Durable is a 210-foot
: lIng, medium endurance cut-
ter, with a crew of 61 officers
and enlisted men. She is
designed to search, rescue and
law enforcement duties and
can carry a search and rescue
helicopter.
A 1973 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, he joined the
Coast Guard in May, 1976.



Edward Bulwer-Lytton's
"Pelham" was the first
paperback book, published
in Germany in 1841.


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Notes Participation
.James Gunter. director of the Driver Education
department of Port St. Joe High School. presented James


Peters

Divides

Games
Peters Laundry picked up a
win and lost a game in their
last two outings. They defeat-
ed the St. Joe Pistons on Dec.
30, with the final score 105-85.,
Peters Laundry's winning
streak. was stopped by the
Fort Walton "Hustlers", 65-60,
in a game played in Fort
Walton's Chester Prutt Re-
creation Center on Jan. 3.
David.Langston scored 26
points, while George Williams
scored 12 points for the Peters
Laundry "Tigers" team.
Four players hit in double
figures for the Fort Walton
Hustlers, led by Robinson.with
20 points, while Youngblood,
Holmes and Sanders hit 12, 12
and 11, respectively.
Fort Walton Hustlers led at
halftime with. score- of 34-24
and won with a final score of
65-60.


Bray with a special plaque of appreciation Monday morning,
in behalf of the School and his department. Bray's firm, St.
Joe Motor Company. has furnished the local program with
cars for the program for years. The firm's contribution was
recognized by the plaque presentation. -Star photo


YOU'LL GETA BIG CHARGE

QUT OF THESECABLES.
Winter's cold digs deep into your auto bat-
tery.That's when you try to start your car-and
nothing happens.
NAPA can help with that problem, because
your NAPA store is now running a special on
booster cables. Cables are available in 8-foot/
8-gauge and 12-foot/6-gauge sizes.
Th es tough cables have positive-grip,
color-coded handles and solid copper conduc-
tors to assure quick starts time after time. And
NAP6 lelden cables remain flexible even in
sub-zero temperatures.
And while you're at your NAPA store, ask
about 6dr sale on heavy duty outdoor exten-
sion cords and Cordlites for your garage or
workshop.
Check NAPA's specials. And more power
to yoir


St. Joe Auto Parts
Phone 227-2141 4,. 201 Long Ave,

we help keep America moving


PATE'S SERVICE CENTER


Phone 229-1291


214 Monument Ave.


I


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THE STAR, Port'St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1978-


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THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1978


PAGE SEVEN


Alas, Hunting Season Is Coming




,to An End (to Wives' Relief)


Alas, all good things must'
- cometoan endand so itiswith
-hunting season. This month
:sees the ending of several
.major panhandle hunting
,sports but, also marks the
:opening of several others.
The first season to close was
i the general season on Eglin
SAir Force Base. This closed.
2 January 1st and marked the
end of gun hunting for deer.
Sfor this season on Eglin. This


will run through January 22nd
with all areas which were
open to gun hunting opening to
bow-hunting for deer.
The final phase of dove
season closed at sundown,
Monday, January 9th. Duck
and coot season will close at
sundown on the 20th of
January. One migratory bird
season will remain open
through February 19th. That
is the season for woodcock.


For the sportsmen interested
in a tasty and challenging bird
this could provide many hours
of interesting hunting and
challenging shooting.
The big game season (deer
and hog) will close in pan-
handle Florida at sundown on
January 22nd: This year for
the second time there will be a
two week long primitive
weapon hunt following the
general season. This hunt


which pernfits muzzleloaders
or bow and arrow will open
January 28th and will extend
through February 12th. Legal
game will include deer, hog
(where game animal), quail
and squirrel.
Private lands throughout
the panhandle will be legal for
this hunt as will specified
management areas. Areas
which will be open include the
Apalachicola. Blackwater.


Edward Ball. Gaskin. Robert
Brent and Point Washington.
Hunters will be required to
have only a valid hunting
license to hunt on open lands
and will need only a license
and management stamp to
hunt one of the management
areas. No archery permit will
be required by bow and arrow
hunters.
Reports from the field are
not complete at this time, but


Need A Dogwood? Key Club


will Plant One for You


The Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club is assisting their student
club organization, the Key
Club in a project which will

indications are that this has
been one of the more success-
ful years for panhandle
hunters. Total numbers of
hunters are down from pre-
vious years, but individual
success stories are up, indi-
Seating a higher ratio of
harvest.


beautify the City if the people
take advantage of the offer
they have to make.
The Kiwanis Club has fur-
nished the Key Club with 500
dogwood trees which the club
members will sell and plant
for those who make a pur-
chase.
The Key Club members
have the trees available for
$1.00 each. planted, and will
hold the offer open as long as
the tree supply lasts.


The Club has recently plant-
ed dogwood trees along both
sides of Fifth Street from
Highway 98 to Garrison Ave-
nue in a similar project.
Those desiring to have the
trees or purchase them for
future planting may contact
any member of the Kiwanis
Club or call the school office at
Port St. Joe High School.
For Quick Results
Use the Classifieds


Will demolish buildings -or
garages for the material.
Phone 229-6402, Woodie Busby.
tfc 1-12

SLarge, portable steam
cleaner, I 30-gal. drum soap.'
228 7th St;, Port St. Joe.
2tp 1-12

No. I Drive In Theater
Apalachicola, Fla.
S Friday Saturday
Jan. 13 & 14
S 2 Big Shows!
4 : BAWDY ADVENTURES.
OF TOM JONES and
An unusual horror show of a
car going around murder-
ing people:
THE CAR
This ad this program will
: admit 4 people per car free.

8' x 45' trailer, 1 BR with
h ide-a-way couch. Good cond.
$1.800.00, Will finance part to
responsible party. Also 8' x 24'
trailer for rent.,Sie Vic Burke.
ift'.White CIty.22 18. '..U8
3t 1-12

English and pit bull dogs.
See at 1312 Palm Blvd. Call
229-8710. Itp 1-12

12' x 60' 1977 Vega mobile
home, two bedrooms, one
bath, central heat, completely
furnished except for master
bedroom. Equity and take up
payments. For informa-
tion call 229-6570 after 5:00.
2tc 1-12

D333 Caterpillar engine. 270
h.p. turbo aftercolled. with
heat cxch. 228 7th St., Port St.
,hoe. 2tp 1-5

New 5 ti.p. rotor tiller. $200:
1974 Honda 360. 4.000 miles,
$550. 645-5214. 2tp 1-5

1973 Honda motorcycle, ex-
cellent coid. $500. 229-6303.
tfc 11-10

"Books: The Living Bible,
The Way. The Children's Liv-
ing Bible. Soul Food. Taylor's
Bible Story Book foi Children,
Self-Help Edition for the Liv-
ing Bible. The Star. 306 Wil-
Sliams Ave.

Froggy Pen .Holder, a gift
just right for special friends.
(Paper-Mate pen and froggy
holder, $2.98). See at The Star,
306 Williams Ave.

WIG SALE-S5.00 and un-
der. For appointment, call 227-
1311. tfc 12-15

15" RCA portable TV, exc.
cond. $50.648-5332. tfc 12-15

Firewood for sale. $50.00 per
truck load. Call 229-8829.
tfc 11-24


DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave., phone 227-1730.

One Duncan Fife dining
room table with 6 chairs. Call
229-6111. tfc 11-10

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
SSurveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
Sern Auto. tfc3-4
FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert
*: 648-5047
tfc7-15


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

New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tillers
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc4-28

For Your
MARY KAY
Cosmetics
Call
Wanda Brown
229-6132
tfc 4-28
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DRY. cleaning carpets is
easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 227-1251.
tfc 10-23.

,



Two BR unfurnished house
at 1309 Palm Blvd. Call 227-
1520. ltc 1-12

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

Two BR house for rent on
Duval St.. Oak Grove. 229-
6961. tfc 11-17

3 BR furnished trailer, cen-
tral h & a, washer, dryer,
carpet. Overstreet. 648-5873.
tfc 10-13

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
Stion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac. the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc5-19

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
park in Gulf County. Ski
Breeze Meadows Trailer Park
9 miles southeast of Port St.
Joe on Hwy. S-30. Come out
and enjoy the quiet. Call 229-
6105. tfc 9-29

No :,ed for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms .right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23


1970 Mercury Marquis, will,
make a good mill car or fish-
ing car, with a little work and
ingenuity could become a
Classic. Dial 229-6378.
tfc 12-29

1966 Chrysler New Yorker,
hard top sedan in good physi-
cal and mechanical cond. Call
Bob Fox at 229-6901 tfc 1-5

1969 Pontiac Lemans, runs
good, new tires, air cond.,
radio and heater. Call 227-1366
or 229-8051 after 4:30 p.m.
tfc 12-8


REAL ESTATE FORSALE__ HELPWANTED


Three bdrms. .1 bath, large
living room. extra large kit-
chen with adjoining sun room,
built-in appliances, air condi-
tioning, carport, utility room,
chain link fence. Call any time
229-6642. $26,000.00. 3t 1-12


New brick home, 3 bed-
rooms. 2 baths, fireplace,
large garage. Call 229-6979
after six p.m. tfc 9-22
75' x 115' zoned lot at Mexico
Beach. Phone 229-2763. tfc 8-25


E. B. MILLER REALTY

Were Here TFr You.E
Each office is independently owned and operated.

PORT ST. JOE'


4 bdrm, 2 bath home, cen.
h-ac. Swimming pool, fen-
ced yard, large den. This is
a home with' room for a
growing family. 304 12th St.

1' Wood5 lots. ;h.ain link
fence. 3, bdrms, 2 bthts.
oversize den, garage work-
shop. Plenty of privacy. 815
Woodward Ave.

A good starter home for
anyone. 3 bdrms., 1 bath,
convenient location. Priced
'right. 1315 Long Ave.

New Deluxe Home, 3 bdrms
2 baths with many extras.
.Kitchen cabinets and stor-
age galore. Double garage
and paved drive; Cen. h-ac,
carpeting and vinyl thru-
out. This home is well worth
the money. 2112 Long Ave.


Brick 3 bdrm, 1/ baths,
corner lot in quiet location, 2
large screen porches, paved
drive with double carport.
1912 Juniper.

3 Bdrrt: 2 bith-large'liting
room. Carpeted thruout.
Fenced yard patio area off
living room. Price reduced.
106 Bellamy Circle.

2'. Year old 3 bdrm 1% bath
in fine condition. Large
comfortable kitchen-dining
area. Will FHA or VA. 2110
Long Ave.

Well maintained older home
looking for a new owner. 3
bdrms. & den or 4 bdrms,
bath, living room. Fenced
yard with storage building.
1610 Long Ave.


HIGHLAND VIEW
2 Bayfront lots with 2 bdrms built home on two nice lots
bath house with drapes, adjoining Elementary
Window a-c.. screen porch. School. Stove & drapes.
150 ft. frontage, 110 ft. deep. Carpeting and vinyl flooring
202 Bayview Drive. throughout. 104 Victoria
Ave. ,
3 Bdrms 1 bath recently
DOUGLAS LANDING
How about a getaway place for weekends? Brand new
"A" frame brick and wood construction. 3 bdrm 1 bath;
electric heat. "Cute as a bug" on lovely ,wooded lot.
$17.500.
COMMERCIAL
For Sale or Lease-Excellent store location. 222 Reid
Ave. $30.000 rept or lease negotiable.
ACREAGE


NEW LISTING- Three and
a third acres in Overstreet.
almost' new double-wide
with appliances. Excellent
cond.. a real buy at $27,500.

2 ACRES-6 miles no. on
Hiway 71. 3 bdrms. 1 bath.
Comfortable home with fire-
place. Large pond where the
deer come to water.

6 ACRES-fenced on 386A in


Mexico Beach. Double wide
mobile home on property
also for sale separately or
together.
5 ACRES-20 miles.no. off Hi-
wy. 71. Large family home,
3 bdrm 2 bath home with
den living rm. dining rm.
and lovely big kitchen. Fen-
ced cross fenced for cattle,
ponies. chickens and garden
YOU NAME IT. Plus your
own swimming pool.


BEACHES


Mobile home with 2 added
rooms on nice landscaped
lot making a total of 3
bdrms, den, bath, large
living room. completely fur-
nished. Tennessee Ave.,
Mexico Beach,

Several nice Beach lots to
choose from.


Duplex 1 bdrm & bath one
side. 2 bdrm & bath other
side on nice lot. Columbus
St.. St. Joe Beach.

Retirement or permanent
home. Well built 3 bdrm 1z2
baths. 2 blocks from beach
on large wooded lot. 1st St.,
Mexico Beach.


Edon B, Miller, Realtor

- Patty Miller, Associate


648-5011


Extra large comfortable
home. including large block
barn, located on 2.65 acres of
land fronting on Highway 71 in
White City. House has 4 bed-
rooms, 2 complete baths, large
living room, kitchen, large
,family room with fireplace,
screened-in norch and car-


port. Phone 648-5614
.p.m.


3 bedroom masonry
St. Joe Beach, 2 full
dining room, large
kitchen and den wil
place. 1,800 sq. ft. living
150' x 180' lot. Call 64


3 BR house, 2 baths,
Palm Blvd. For infoi
call 227-1112.

Cottage, 2 BR, 2n
Highland View, con
$5,000 firm. 648-5332.


THE AMERICAN DREAM
(Open Within 3 Weeks)
Own your own fully stocked
Jean or Ladies Fashion Shop.
Everything provided. Your
cost $17,900. Call Mr,. Weeks
collect at 904-764-7612.
ltp 1-12


after 4 POSITION
COUNSELOR-FIELD
4tp 1-12 SUPERVISOR
Applications can be picked
home at up in the CETA office or
I baths, School Board office at the
living, Courthouse.
th fire- Applications must be com-
ig area. pleted and returned to the
8-5457. CETA office or the School
tfc 11-3 Board no later than January
13. 1978.
3 lots on Job description and salary
rmation schedule are available in the
tfc 11-4 CETA office and School Board
office.
d Ave., This position must be filled
ner lot, no later than January 13, 1978.


HELP WANTED: Experi-
enced in delivery, collections
and meeting public. Must be
neat and energetic. Salary de-
pends upon qualifications.
Send resume to: Box 308, Port
St. Joe. tfc 12-8


DIRECTOR
Needed: Director for Activi-
ty Center for Retarded Adults.
Minimum requirements: 4 yr.
college degree, two years
work experience with admini-
stration and supervisory
duties. Some knowledge of the
needs of the retarded, a sin-
cere desire to work with the
retarded, and must be willing
to relocate in the Gulf Co.
area. Submit resumes to: Gulf
Co. Association for Retarded
Citizens, Board of Directors,
P. O. Box 296, Port St. Joe,
Fla. 32456. tfc 12-15


Say You Sow It In The Star!


tfc 12-15


3 bedroom house with nice
"fariily room,. chain link fence
around back yard, garden
space. 508 9th Street. 229-6082
or 643-5138. tfc 11-24

Three, bedroom masonry
house at 105 Bellamy Circle.
Call 227-1607 after 5:00 p.m.
,tfc 10-13

Nice beach house on large
lot. 2 BR, $18,000.00. Call 648-
5315.

New brick home at 106 Yau-
pon Ave., 3 BR, 2 bath, dining
room, living room, den and
kitchen. Call 227-1302 or 227-
1151. tfc 10-7


Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
large utility room, living
room and den, central air &
heat, on 12' lots on corner.

Three bedroom house, in
good condition in Oak
Grove. A good buy at only
$10,000.

Beach lot at Indian Pass
Beach, well located and
priced right. Only $6500.

Looking for a weekend re-
treat on the Dead Lakes?
SWe have a nice one bedroom
cottage on 6 lots near Cy-
press Lodge. Only $7,000.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 1-12






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

R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion of 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.






Furnished large 1 BR apt.
Auto heat and air. 229-6777
after 6 p.m. tfc 10-13


3 BR furnished house at St
Joe Beach. 648-5873. tfc 12-29

Beach cottage for rent. 227-
1549. tfc 12-

For Rent: 3 bedroom, 1 bath
furnished house at Beacon
Hill. Call 229-6961. tfc 11-10


WAINTED: Stove and refrig-:
erator in good working cond.
Phone 653-9830. 2tc i 1s.





MISSING-Red, male, 'k-
Irish Setter dog. Gone since
New Years weekend. AnswerS
to name-"General". Family
pet. Reward. Call 227-1212 or
229-7231 Ite -12


SERVICES -


Tired of hauling your own
rubbish? Garbage collection
service offered twice each
week in south Gulf County.
Call 670-8941., Tri-County Re-
fuse. 4tp 12-29

CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic tanks cleaned out.
Phone 229-8227


tfc 12-22


LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types
229-6482 or 229-447
tfc9-20

Painting & Remodeling
Reasonable Rates
SFree Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfc 12-8

Piano tuning and repair.
Free estimate. 227-1278.
tfc 12-8

Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc 5-9
FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
tfc:3-31


KENT SERVICE CO.
GE Dealer
New & Used Appliances
For Services or Parts
Call 229-8394
tfc 4-28


WHITFIELD'S
POWENCLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbing
Repairs
Houses or Any Buildings
229-8715
tfc 10-13

ALLEN'S CABINETS
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture, vanities,
etc.
SCall 229-8476
tfc 12-1

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

REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe
tfc 7-22


BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for Information.
24kmrr
Also
Offering:
52tp 7-14 mv
..;


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

Private instructions on
clarinet, sax and other wood-
winds. Hour or -hour lessons
available. Contact 229-6676 for
further information. Donald
Durham. tfc 9-29


Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Start-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy.98W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5


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



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 9-1


Going Fishing? Nup to six m nth"
Stop here first Up to six month,
for a complete and saovs you about $100 year
,i.f Fo C bli rV in costly pest control services.
lne.of ForC9bl 'V Use of Sprayer free with
Fishing Tackle nstllationIn Port St. Joe purchase of Rid-A-Bug

Furibt S ply Phone 229-7232 HURLBUT SUPPLY Cb.
Hurlbut Supply Or Visit the Telephone Company 30 Reid Avenue
306 Reid Ave. Business office Port St Joe. Florida


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THE STAR, PortSt. Joe. Fla, T~'RSlDAY. JAN. 12, 1978


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Is'EBT a cwminPtuwcy. iatfiewk

chaleln w...Wrtlownagwithgrat i
S H ag u, uupe rewt.

PHARMACST? RE IMUEIi


AikmMdat dolly rts the sick
almijuerolbdiw*gbo then
tM e at adamed Wfddne In
the wld. Through M prod
i. mas thie pi oftrgl, pro


BUZZ 'TS
DRUG STORE
Ph..22-W71 317 Williams
Convenient Drive-.n Window
Plenty of Free Parking
T i '


SSgt. McGee Wins N.G. Award
- Sgt. James McGee, of thp Police Department...
Floridp unit, of the Naiional
Guard, is the winner 6f a $50 NAME OMITTED FROM
Incentive Award for his group. HONOR ROLL
SDuring the month of August According to high school
and September he was respon- authorities the name of Bett
sible for the enlistment of six Pollock was left off the hondo
.new iriruits. roll published recently.: Beth
S made "All A's" for the six
Sgt. McGee is police weeks grading period, and is
officer with the Port St. Joe in the ninth grade.


Publ"Ic

FOR TAX DEED
' NOTICE IS HEREBY, GIVEN. that
S:ACK PRIDGEON. the holder of the
following certificates ha filed said
:-.erli.cales lor a tax deed 10 be Issued
A1hereon. The. certificate numbers and
:'years of issuance, the description of the
. roperlv. and Ihe names In which'it was
.assessed are as follows.
SCertlficate No I. Year ol issuance.
S; 975. and' Certificate No 1. Year of
issuancee 197 Description of Property:
loLts I and 3. Black 16., Beacon Hill
.:subdivision.
I mer. 1040 Woodall Apt. 3. Noro 'lk
S/irqmna.
'I All of said' property being IC the
. oufply of Gull. State of Florida.
unless such certlllcale Or cfrlllcales
.shall be redeemed according to law the
propertyy described in such cerlllicale or
.iertillitaes will be sold to the highest
.idder at the court ousedooron the 131h
:lay of February. 1978, al 11:00 a.m.
.. Dated this Ilth day of January. 1978.
*:-s George V. Core.
' Clerk of Circuit Court of ,
:Gull County, Florida

EIN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOUR'
*TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
'STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULP COUNTY. '
IN R~ The Marraqe o.
JOHNNIE FRANK CAPHART,
Husband: Respondent.
'And '
'GERALDINE THOMAS CAPHART.
Wile. Pelllioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
S TO Johnnie Frank Caphart
co Mamie Capharl
RI. I. Box 151
Coltonwood. Alabama 36320
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thal
a Petition for Dissolulion of Marriage
has been liled against you and you are
required to serve a copy ol your Answer
or other response to the Petiltior on
Pelilioner'S Alforney
ROBERT M MOORE, ESQ..
PO Box 248
Porl St. J4. la. 3246,
and file Iheoriginal thereol in the Circuiy
: court Clerk's Office, Oulr County ourt
: 'House, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
belore February 9. 1711. II you tall to do
.'so..a Final Judqement for Ihe relief
S sounhl may be qranled by Default.
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WOtiees

DATED this the 6th day of January.
197l. .. .
GEORGE Y. CORE.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: s. Marqarei .. Core.
Deputy Clerk ..2 c 1.12
.REISTRATIONOF
SFICTITIOUS NAMeS
We the undersigned, being duly sworn,
do hereby declare under ath that the
names of all persons interested in the
business or profession carried on under
the name of Jee's Auto Brokers at 301
'Avenue A, Port St. Jpe. thF.. ahd.the
extent ol the interest of'each,' is as
follows: .
Joe S. Buie, Owner.
s Joe S. iule

S AANDON PLAT
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
George G Tapper has petitioned the
Board of Counly Commissioners of Gull
County. Florida lo vacale the pla or sub
division known as Nook Subdivision.
recorded in Plat Book 3 at Page 5 of the
Public Record of Gull Counly. Florida
and the following' paris of. Ward Ridge
SSubdivision as follows, to.wit:I
Unit No I, recorded in Plat Book 2 at
Paqe 3 and Ward Ridge Subdivision
Unil'No 2. recorded in Plat Book? at
Spae'01 ofthe Public Records of Gulf
county. Florida, as fellows:
1. All ot Blocks S. 6.'7 lof Unit No. 1;
2. Lots 14.2 inclusive of Block 4 of
Unit No 2.
3 Lots19 IhrouGh 23 Inclusive of
Block 1l Unl'No: ; 2; '
S4 All o Block SI Unit No. 2:
5 All ol Block 6of Unit N. ? except
S Lts 7 L 9:
6 All o Blocks 7.8.9, 10 Il of Unil
No 2.
All persons having any or claiming
any interel Iherein or objections Iherelo
shall lile the same before the 24th day ol
.January 197C1 : ... .
Applicant will request the Board of
.County Commissioners-at its regular
Smectinnl'tfthe:hour of 7i00 P.M., on the
?24th day of January. 1971. to vacate said
.plAt or subdivision
s 'David'C. Gskin.
P..O. Box IlS
Wcwah.lchka. Florida 37465
Attorney for Petitioner
*: .21 1.1;


FIRST BAPTIST


CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV.BILL HEATON, Pator .
S' .STANLEY E. YOUNG.Minlster of Musc& Youth

Sunday School,................ ..9:45 A.M.
Morning Worihip Service .............1:00 A.M.
Church Traiinng .................. 6 15 P.M.
Evening Worship Services ......;.',.. 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meitlng (Wed.) .............. 7:00.P.M.

"Come and Worship God with Us,'




You Are Cordiatly Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE


Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 1 6th St.


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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


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


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


Treasures


Seen By


Rotary

The Port St. Joe Rotary
Club didn't have to go to New
Orleans to see the treasures of
King Tutankhamun. The awe-
some sight was brought to the
Rotary Club and was shown to
them following their regular
dinner meeting at the Motel
last Thursday,
Rotarian Bill Lyles, anxious
to show off some of the
services of the local library.
borrowed the film. the narra-
tion. the projector and tape
player from the library to
show the slide program to the
club. Lyles pointed out that
anyone could use these .and
many other services provided
Sby the library at no cost.
S The treasures were discov-
r ered by two English archeolo-
gists in 1922 after an eight
year search.
s King Tutankhamun reigned
!300 years before Christ and
w as buried with a treasure of
Swearing apparel, jewelry, ar-
tifacts, urns, vases, utensils.
games and other valuable
objects such as had never
been found before.
Buried along with the young
king were several replicas of
the dead king done in ivory,
gold and, precious jewels. A
full death mask of the king
was found in the tomb made of
pure gold and thought to be a
perfect likeness of the dead
Sruler."'



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FUNCTIONAL?
This week is supposed to be
the week when the members
of the Junior Class find out
whether or not they're func-
tional: that is, they'll receive
the results of the Florida
Statewide Functional Literacy
Test. Everybody who fails it
will have a couple more
chances to make a passing,
grade.
WRESTLERS
The Wrestling teams had a
wrestling match today in front
of the student body against
Bay High. It was the first
home match of the season for.
the Rasshni Sharks. and the
scores will be in next week's
paper.'
INSPECTION
The NJROTC unit had, its:
annual personnel- inspection
before the. student body on:
Wednesday. January 11. More
details next week, as they

DON'T PLACE LAMPS
under your thermostat-
their heat will affect furnace
operation.


Jumping' Rutabagas!

Almost everyone in St. Joe is familiar with the farming
prowess of ';; 0. Lucas. But to the unenlightened. here is
evidence' of so.me of his skill. Mr. Lucas grew these fine
rutalagas in his garden, located in Kenney's Mill, behind
Svlvachene. lHe also grew some fine turnips and green
tnition,: he left siIne of these on our front doorstep.


eaker -Star photo


MrS; FranHarrison. writer Leon Speaks at
nd: speaker, will be at' the
firstt United Methodist
church of Mexico Beach on
Wednesday : Thursday 'and Lions Meeting
'riday, January 18, 19 and 20.


lightly services will beat 6:00
'.S.T. and Bible study will be


Fran Harrison
held on'Thursday and Friday
mornings at 10:00 C.S.T. The
Church is located on 22nd St.
The pastor. Charles M.
Parker. andthe members cor-
dially invite the public to
attend these meetings. The
nursery will be open for chil-
dretn three years old and
under.
Mrs. Harrison is a spirit-
filled.woman whose ministry
is compared to that of Kath-
ryn Kuhlman or Frances
Hunter. She has served as
director of Elementary Edu-
cation at Evangel College in
Springfield. Missouri, and
served as Minister of Educa-
tion at' Evangel Temple in
Montgomery. Alabama for
one year. She spends much of
her time in writing and speak-
ing engagements throughout
the United States.
Mrs, Harrison's motto for
all her meetings is "Only
Jesus is supernatural and only
He can do the supernatural."


,inn Larry Leon of Ihe'
Capital City Lions Club in Tal-
lah;ssee.was the guest speak
er at this pnsl \teek's local
Lions meeting. Mr. Leon is the
Dislric,. Chairman 'of the
Leader -Dogs for the Blind,
branch of Lions International.
The local club was shown a
film "Seeing Through Anot-
her's Eyes" by Leon. which
;ave information concerning

Register


Today for.

Courses
Registration for spring sem-,
ester courses offered locally
by Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will be held Thursday,
Jan. 12, beginning at 5-30 p.m
at Port St. Joe High School.
Staff members from Gulf
Coast will be available to
register students, offer coun-
seling assistance and sell text-
books.
Courses offered this semes-
ter in Port St. Joe include:
-Freshman English II,
which meets each Thursday
beginning Jan. 12.
-Understanding the Arts,
which meets each Monday be-
ginning Jan. 16.
-Western Civilization 102,
which meets each Tuesday
beginning Jan. 17.
Basic Meteorology, which
meets each Wednesday begin-
ning Jan. 18.
All courses meet from 6:30-
9:15 p.m. For further informa-
tion regarding registration
procedures, telephone the Of-
fice of Student Services. GCCC
1769-1551).


See The St. Joe Boys


Wayne Richburg at
Tommy Thomas
Chevrolet
704w. 1th St.
Pnwma City
7866221


Ralph Swatts
Tommy Thomas
Djtsun
2436 E. 5th St.
Panama City


the Jions' leader dog pro-


gram. .. ... ......
The film pointed out that the
leader dog school was esta-
blished in 1939 at Detroit,
Michigan. by a group of local
l,ins and has expanded to the
point of becoming one.of the
few leader dog schools in the
world..
Being a non-profit organiza-
tinn. 'its services are offered
without charge to the blind,
who meet the qualifications
for receiving a leader' dog. The .
course consists of taking 33
students through 28 days of
.-raining with their dog. which
has been matched to the
individual by the dog trainer.
To date, some 4.000 dogs
have been issued by the school
through the efforts of Lions
Clubls throughout' the world.


92" King Size Sofa .... .......... 359.95
(i' .Love Seat .... ........ 5249.95
Mailtching Cq111 Chair .. ............ $179.95
Ottomll n 2;9"'w x 21" Dx 17" H ....... 49.95

& a


weren't available by my dead-
line.
SPITEFUL
Last week's column was a
prime example of what a little
bellyachin' will get you.
Sure. my title didn't get
jazzed up, and my type wasn't
set any bigger and I still
haven't got a picture yet. But,
however. I DID make the
second page! Even though Mr.
Ramsey did this to be spiteful;
I consider this to be a major
triumph.
Look for next week's column
on page eight;


PAGE EIGHT


Padded pillow over-lay arm. Curved back. Salem wood trim.
Contlrasling welt. Skirted, printed tufted velvet fabric.


3-Piece Group
Snf:;. Loveseat and Chair
Reg. $789.95.


$69900


Kelly Goodman, Owner & Mgr.


News...

From the High School

By WOODY JONES





Samuel T. Adams

Announces The Opening of His

Law Office
at 57 Market St., Applachicola
(the Butterfield building -adjoiningthe Washing Well)

653-9758


Stephens Memorial Service

All Types Cemetery Work
y s -e fo


30i 15th Street
PORT; ST. JOE,; F .A: 32456
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Rep:.:


CHARLES H. STEPHENS


Early American Living Room Group


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Blind Evangelist

to Minister At

Pentecostal
Rev. Charles Lewis, a blind"
evangelist, will be ministering
in a special service to be held
at the United Pentecostal
Church at Highland View on
January 16, at 7:00 p.m!,
E.S.T.
Rev. Lewis has a unique
ministry in that while he is
preaching his wife draws his
sermon.
The public is cordially
invited to attend this service.


CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank, all that
showed their charity to me
during my recent stay in the
hospital and my convalesence
at home. My special thanks.to
my pastor, the doctors, nurses
and ambulance service.
Mrs. C. F. Gautreaux


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Mr. & Mrs. Billy Rich, Jr. Owners
Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Rich, Sr. Founders 1945


LA W ILII
ffHOS


IGA CUT or FRENCH STYLE
GREEN BEANS Cans 33


BAMA
APPLE JELLY


48 Oz.
Jars


For :33,years, E. J. Rich has served this area in its grocery, meat
and fresh produce needs. During these years, you have rewarded our
efforts with success.
As an additional step to insure you the best of food service for the
future, we have now made our.operafibn a "family affair". This will
insure a greater interest in your shopping pleasure, with our personal
interest in your shopping pleasure.
We have made renovations and remodeled the store. to insure the
best of service with the utmost of cleanliness. In addition, we have
several plans for expansion during 'this year which will make your
shopping easier. We're glad to be back in the grocery business and
hope to serve you as well in the future as we have in the past.


KRAFT LO CAL ITALIAN, FRENCH, or 1000 ISLE
DRESSING Oz. 49


IGA ECONOMY
ALUMINUM FOIL


75 Ft.
Rolls


99'


Florida Vine Ripe

TOMATOES

Bas $1oo< ket
Basket A


t-resn L.rsp
BELL PEPPER
CUCUMBERS
Fancy Yellow
ONIONS
Cello Bags
CARROTS


2/29C

3 Lb. 9c
Bag 690

Bags 2/45C


No. 1 Irish
POTATOES


Sweet
0 Lb.$ 98 Orange' Lb.
LBag $ Oranges, Grapefruit Bag 9
BagBa


Large Florida
CAULIFLOWER Head 89
Red or Golden Delicious
APPLES Bag 89' I o


IGA
EVAPORATED MILK
141/2 Oz.
SCans


Large Bunches Fresh Homegrown by
J. 0. Lucas
Rutabagas,
Collards & Turnips

KRAFT
MACARONI DINNER


TROPICANA
FRUIT DRINKS
CARNATION
COFFEE-MATE


2
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71/4 Oz. o
Pkgs. 33

64 Oz.3
93

2 oz. $l55
Jars


AURORA






2 Roll
Pkgs.


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Prices Good
Jan. 12-17


Fla. Sweet
Tangerines
Oranges

Doz. 69


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$145




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PAGE TEN THURSDAY, JAN.






N~ u

of the


Gulf County Cc




The Board of County Cor- and adopted.
missioriers of Gulf County, The Board advertj
Florida met December 13 in purchase two 20 ft; lent
regular session with the fol- pipe, with one conn
lowing members present: band pipe arch. No bids
Jimmy 0. Gortman, Chair- received.
man, William R. Branch, Otis Bobby Lightfoot, repi
- -. Davis, Jr., Everett Owens, Jr. ing the Port "St. Joe
and Leo Kennedy. Others lance Squad, informed
S present were: George Y. Core, Board that his squad is
S Clerk, Jerry Gates, Finance a growth period: having
S Officer, K. E. Murphy. new members this weel
Sheriff, Lloyd Whitfield, Road these new members
Superintendent, and Tommy pagers and that several
S Pitls, Mosquito Control Super- pagers now on hand are
visor, operating condition. He
The meeting came to order requested the purchase
at 9:00 a.m. Reverend Law- new pagers There %
rence Cox, Church of Naza- motion by Commiss
rene, opened the meeting with Owens, seconded by- Co
prayer, followed by the pledge sioner Kennedy, and
to the flag. imously carried tha
The-minutes of November 8 County advertise to pur
and 17 were read, approved six new pagers, bids:

:-


SPublic Notice

SBIDNO.WWP16 of Port St Joe. Floria, offer
Bid items lor bar screen at primary and sell at public outcrysto the
lilt stallon bidder for cash the following m
4 ea a'i"4"-w4"x"i20 angle, 316 5 S property situate. lying, and
S 2 ea ."x4"x4"412' angle, 316 S S Gull County. Flor.da. and des
680ea 13 16" 1 D. x I". O D. x I,"4- Iollows
010 Long. 316 S S pacers Commencing al the Northea
60 ea i"x4"xl8' flat bar, 316 S S ner ol Section 1 and running
I ea '.'x2"x12' flat bar, 316 S.S South adistanceol 10 00feet;
2 ea Ve"x4"x3"x12' angle. 316 S S South 88 degrees 33 minutes
3 ea. i"wr3"K3"x12' angle. 316 SS dlsance of 619 04 leet; thence
60 ea. 3'" flat wasners. 316 S S I degree 27 minutes East a d
60 ea. 4-" lock washers. 316 SS ol 332 0 feel to Ihe point of
S 170 '." N.C. heavy duly nuts. 316 S.S n;ng. thence South I degree 2
12 ea. 4" O.D. x 12' rod. 316 S.55 utes Easl a dslance of 800
: 4ea -','""x4'x8' flat plate. 304 S S nence Soutn 88 degrees 33 n
Bids shall be sealed in an envelope and West a distance of I0O COfeet;
plainly marked "Bid No WWP116" All North I degree 27 minutes
'" hids mull oe F 0 B. Port 51 Joe. along the East rigni ol way of
Florida. and approximate delivery dale Street aaoslanceo 80 00feet,
shown Biadcrs are requested to submll North 88 degrees 33 minutes
S. bids in lerr. sequence and totaled Tne distance ol 150 00 feet to the
City o0 Port 51. joe reserves tne right to beginning.
accept or rclect any or all bids. waive Said property ly.ng in the Nor
7: any lormalities and to choose Ihe bid quarter of Section I,, Town
S demed best to me t the City's needs Soulh Range 11 West, Gulf C
Bids must be good for 30 days alter Florida
open.nq SALE SUBJECT TO,.CON
SBds must be submitted to the City TION OF ToHE COURT;
Clerk's Ollice. P 0 Box A. Porl St. Joe. Method ol Payment: Cash
: Florida 32156. on or oelore 5 00 P M.. Money Order or Certilied Che
: E S T January 17, 1978 Bid opening able to United States Marshal
will be neld al the Regular City Commis Dated 12 15 77
.: sion Meeting January 17, 1978. at 8B00
P.M E S T in the Municipal Building.
-, Port 51 Joe. Florlna IN THE UNITED STATES D
ia COURT FOR THE NORTH
s Mhael J Wrq, TRICT OF FLORIDA,'MAR
Cily Auadior and Clerk I O F .
1 5 DIVISION
.. Maranna Civil Action N
THE UNITED STATES OF AA
BIDNO. 35-A P Plairitiff,
The City of Pori St Joe Florida, is vs.
requesting biBlsin martdials for Iwo6 ROBERT L FO '.r
separate irrigation systems Each svs FAYE FORD. hisi'e2,- 'r.-
tern should be-.bid..;idividuidall.yi.andi. Defenamns :. -*
Swnerever possible, unii prices and total ORDER FOR SERVICE
forces should be included PROCESS BY PUBLICAT1
S A-1 135 leel, two incn galvanized TO: ROBERT L. FORD and
S domestic pipe FAYE FORD, his wife
B-220 feet, inchnh galvanized dom- On sworn motion of Plaintiff
estic pip ney that your address and resid
C-60.Gs9 Nelson Surface Spray unknown, you are ORDERED t
Sprinkler Heads or plead on or before February
D--60 2"x2'xV/2" galvanized tees and file your defenses to P
Complaint with the Clerk of th
SBID.NO.2-B states District Court, 110 Ea
S A-650 feet, one-inch galvanized dom. Avenue, Tallahassee, Florida 32
estic pipe being an action by Plaintiff to e
B-1000 feet, two-inch galvanized dom- mortgage lien against you on re


estic pipe
SC-20 No. 70E-TNT Rain Bird Sprink-
lers. 7.32' x 11-64"
S D--20 Valve No. 44LVC bottom pipe
thread, one-inch; 30 gpm; cor-
Sresponding key, one-inch male
S' threads
Bids shall be sealed in an envelope and
plainly marked "Bid No.235-A and-or
S 235-B". All' bids must be F:O.B., Port St.
'-' Joe, Florida, and approximate delivery
date shown. Bidders are requested to
submit bids in item sequence and
t otaled. The City of Port St. Joe reserves
,- the right to accept or reject any or all
bids, waive any formalities and to
choose the bid deemed best to meet the
S City's.needs. Bids must be good for 30
S 'days after opening. '
Bids must be submitted to the City
Clerk's Office, P. 0. Drawer.A, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, onor. before 5:00
SP.M., E.S.T., January 17, 1978. Bid open-
ing will be held at the Regular City
Commission Meeting January 17, 1978,
at 8:00 P:M., E.S.T., in the Municipal
S Building, Port St. Joe, Florida.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
Ciy Auditor and Clerk 21 1-5
,: BIDNO.236
SThe City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
requests bids on the following item:
S5-Room Air Conditioners with heat.
ing and cooling capabilities. The
: units are to be wall mounted with
externalr ventilation. Minimum
capacity In BTU-hours shall be not
S' ess than 9800.9600 cooling and 9700-
7900 heating. Units shall include at
least a two stage fan and multiple
temperature selection thermostat.
Bids shall be sealed in an envelope and
S plainly marked "Bid No. 236". All bids
S must be F.O.B., Port St. Joe, Florida,
pnd approximate delivery date shown.
-Bidders are requested to submit bids in
I Item sequence and totaled. The City of
Port St. Joe reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all bids, waive any
S formalities and to choose the bid deemed
-best to meet the City's needs. Bids must
-be good for 30 days after opening.
S Bids.must be submitted to the City
S -Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box A, Port St. Joe,
-; Florida 32456, on or before 5:00 P.M.,
E.S.T., January 17, 1978. Bid opening
will be held at the Regular City Com-
: -mission Meeting January 17, 1978, at
-: .8:00 P.M., E.S.T., in the Municipal
:, Building, Port St. Joe, Florida.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
-Cily Auditor and Clerk
2t 1-5

S IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DIS-
TRICT OF FLORIDA
Marianna Civil No. 77-0240
NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SALE
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Plaintiff,
s -vs.
Z. W. JONES and CATHERINE JONES,
his wife,
:-' Defendants.
--. NOTICE is hereby given that under
= and by virtue of a Final Decree of Fore-
-'- closure rendered on the 7th day of
S:December, 1977 by the United States
S District Court for the Northern District
S of Florida, Marianna. Division, In the
case above styled In favor of the Plain-
-4 tlff, the undersigned appointed in said
-.- Decree will on February 16, 1978, at 2:30
-=:-,.P.M., E.S.T., o'clock in front of the
Gulf County Courthouse door in the city


in Gulf County, Florida, to:wit
Lot Twenty-two (22), Bloc
Thousand Twenty-two (1022)
view Addition to the City of P
Joe, Florida, Unit No. 3, acc
to plat thereof recorded in Pla
2. Page 53, of the Public Rec
Gulf County, Florida.
It appearing after diligent sei
you are absent defendants
residence and address are unkno
personal service of process in
of Florida is not practical, and-
not voluntarily appeared; their
your failure to answer or file
the Court may proceed against
absent defendants) the same i
had been personally served with
within the State of Florida,
adjudication shall, as regards
absent defendants) without
dance, affect only the property
the subject of this action. This
entered pursuant to Title 28,
1655, United States Code, and
published in the Port St. Joe S
each week for six consecutive
commencing December 29, 197
SORDERED this 15th dayof De
1977.
-s- WILLIAM STAFFORD,
United States District Judge

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AN
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
BETTY J. HAMILTON SEGER
Respondent,
And
MICHAEL D. SEGERS, Husba
Petitioner.
NOTICEOF SUIT
TO: Betty J. Hamilton Segers
433 S. El Paso
.Colorado Springs, Colo. 80
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI
a Petitionfor Dissolution of M
has been filed against you and
required to serve a copy of your
or other response to the Pet
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ES
P.O: Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245
and file the original thereof in th
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf Count
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, 324
before the 27th day of January
you fail todo so a Final Judgmer
relief sought may be granted by
DATED this the 21st day of De
1977.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: s-. Margaret B. Core,
Deputy Clerk
FICTTITIOUSNAME
Notice is hereby given that pur
Section 865.09, Florida Statu
undersigned persons intend to
with the Clerk of the Circuit Co
County, Florida, four weeks a
first publication of this notice,'
tious name or trade name und
they will be engaged in business
which said business is to be ca
to-wit:
BEACH.AUTO BROKERS,
Beach, Alabama at Gulf St., P
963, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. Own
Fendley, P. O. Box 963, Port St.
phone 648-8236.


12, 1978 THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. bids at 10:00 a.m., therefore.
they could not wait for other
S : bids to be received.
Whereupon. the following
bid was opened: Griffin
Construction Company- Base
Bid. $83.368.00: Alternate No.
1- Carpet, deduct $2,100.00:
E S Alternate No. 2-Blinds, deduct
$1.700.00: Alternate No. 3-
Paneling. deduct $750.00.
After discussion, there was

Kennedy. seconded by Cpm-
mm ssioa motion Commissioner
missioner Owens. and it was
unanimously carried to accept
the base bid.of $83,368.00: to
accept Alternate No. 1- Carpet
S- in the amount of minus
regsed January 10, 1978 at. (-$2.100.00)- to :accept
sed to 9:00 a.m. alternate No. 3-paneling in the
gths of The Board discussed the .amount of minus (-$750.00),
acting street in front of the Port St..and that the Contractor be
s were Joe Library, leading to the allowed an additional $750 00
Ambulance building. The' for supplying an underlay of .1
resent- surface of this street has been inch plywood under the tile
Ambu- changed by the Library Con- that will replace the carpet,
ed the tractor to makethe water flow making the total contract
now in away from the Library build- price $81.268.00.
g four ing. The Ambulance drivers Honorable .Samuel 'A.
k; that report that the street is now Patrick. Property Appraiser,
need such an angle it is unsafe to presented his check,.in the
of the drive over. The Architect, amount of *$41.439.79, repre-
Snot in being presentsaid he was not senting. his excess fees for
e then satisfied. with the- street and prior years. He then presented
of six that he is going :back to the the following certificates of
was a Contractor to have this correction of items listed on
sioner corrected. the 1977 tax roll. Upon motion
mmiis- Honorable H. O. Pridgeon, by Commissioner :Davis,
unan- Tax' Collector. requested the seconded by Commissioner
it the Bqlrd to assist him in having Owens, and unanimous vote,
rchase the State Health Department all requests were approved.
to be refund Union Tank Company This list may be seen at the
$4'51 'for an overpayment of Property Appraiser's office.'
taxes He said this refund has propertyy Appra s o e.
bna approved and that all A copy of the list of correct-
r departments have made ed taxes is on file in the
their refund. The Attorney wili Clerk's office.
look info this matter. E. F. Gunn informed the
for sale Resolution 77-25, requesting Board that the fee.he is paid
~highest the United States Department for inspection is only equal to
ortgaged of Commerce designate :Gulf his expenses and that if build-
,being in ing does not increase he may
cribed as County as a redevelopment ig does not increase heCo may
area under the Public Works have to request the County to
st cor. and Economic Development help pay someof his expenses.
thence. Act of 1965, was introduced by Steve Nations, Florida Engi-
thence Commissioner Davis. It was neering Associates, Inc., pre-
West a secdndedby Commissioner sented partial payment esti-
e Southno. four on the Oak,
distance -Kennedy and unanimously mate no. four' on th Oak
Begin adopted an uny Grove Water and Sewer pro-
27 mn Upon .motion by Commis- ject, in the amount of $9,418.34.'
0 leel, sion Kened, by He stated 'that this entire
,"utes Kenedyin sec Davis and estimate is for work that was
shence .._CQmmtsSLoner Davis, and
.,west, unanimously carried, Resolu- completed before Newkiyrk
Apollo ion 77-26 was adopted. This Construction Company de-
nence resolution closed, vacated and faulted his contract and noti-
East a fband ned that certain dirt fied the County that he was
fointo. abandoned that certain dirtf
pot road...unriing from Highway quitting the job. The 'Board
rtheast 386 West to Wetappo Creek in voted to tablethis matter until
ship the vicinity of the old Boy the Attorney advises as to who
county, Scout camping area known as the:payment should be made
FIRMA Camp Millergren with the to. The Clerk was directed to
F road being known as the Camp forward these papers to the
Sostal Millergren Road Panama City Farmers Home
eck, pay- Resolution 77-27, closing, Administration Officefor its
vacating and abandoning that 'approval.
t12-9 part of Jackson Street lying Mr. Nations then presented
t 2 South of lola Street and lying the supplemental plans for
water and sewer lines.,on,
ISTRICT West of Block 7 and East of ater and sewer lines on
RN DIS. Block it, ir Oak Grove Sub- Hunter Street, from Duval
RIANNA division, Gulf County, Florida. Street south to the alley, to be
... ..... ..... -e ona, "uanit price,
o0.7702 6Subject, however, to the re- constructedon a unit price,
nRI-, 'srvatop of atiities ease which- will require no change.
ment on. over or under said order. He said this will consis
property, which is hereby of o manned 80 feet o
Sill specific lC e'iesrd l t1Gulf sewer n. -;, ere was a
-. Courni/.l. d l I.jas."Entro- motion 0. OweM-s
dF. duced by Commissioner onded by "Codii. Kennd y,,
ION Kennedv and seconded by and unanimously carried hat
Commissioner Davis. Vote- this supplemental plan be
Awe- Kennedy. Davis, Owens, made a part of the original
f'sattor-' an'' the Chairman. Nay: contract.
ence ar Branch Mr Branch stated he Mr. Nations then discussed
o appear the probleanch of extending thehe
22, 1978, voted against the motion be- the problem of extending he
laintiff's cause the Board, has rot sewer line to the street in the
e united designated what "part of the Rochelle Subdivision. He said
st Park closed areawill be required he has heretofore advised the
2301, this cosearea require Board that a gravity line
nfforcea for utility easements. Board that a gravity line
al estate Bud Poucher informed the would not be successful. He
On .Board that the County must presented a profile, showing
i one appoint 20 to 30 people as its that it could not work. He then
, Mi overall Economic Develop- suggested a possible solution,
r meant Prbgram Committee but even these plans had cer-
it ook and that these appointments tain faults. No decision was
words of must come from every walk of made.
life. including 25 per .cent The Board then considered
arch that Minority The Chairman said final approval of Rochelle Es-
), your tateS Addition to Oak Grove
own, and the Board will table. this states Addition to Oak Grove
the state request until prospective Subdivision.It was pointed out
you have members can be contacted to that an Attorney's Certificate
before, on determine if they will serve: as to title, as required by
defenses, E F. Gunn. County Building Florida Statutues, had-not
t you a Inspector reported on the been filed. After discussion,
as if you "ngpectOr, reported on the
process progress of the Library punch there was a motion by Comm.
bit the list Items. He said that all Kennedy, seconded by Comm.
you as items have been satisfactorily Branch, that the plat be
appear- completed, except one smoke approved, subjectto the own-
whch is defector and the automatic ers furnishing the required
section' heating and cooling controls. title certificate. Vote Aye:
is'to be He said that the thermostat is Kennedy, Branch, Davis and
;taronce located beneath some lights the Chairman. Nay: Owens.
weeks, that are probable putting off Commissioner Owens said he
r. enough heat to control .the thought it improper to give
cem heating and cooling system: final approval until the plat
The Architect said that he will had been properly signed.
have an engineer to check this The Board was in recess
6t 12-29 problem. Mr. Gunih said that a from 12:05 p.m. until 1:00 p.m.
... "- gutter is leaking in one place. .Commissioner Owens dis-
FOUR. cussed a "dust" condition on
OF THE T'he Board then discussed Knowles Avenue in Port St.
1D FOR Kolmetz Construction Corn- Joe that is created by the lime
pany's request for .a change sludge escaping and falling
order on the Library contract off the trucks that are trans-
is, Wife, for an eXtensiorr of time from ferring this dry sludge from
the'original completion date to Allied Chemical Company to
nd, thd actual completion date. the Mosquito Control property
His records show that over on Tenth Street. The Board
two-:months were lost due to ordered that this operation be
we'a'ther conditions, de- discontinued.
90 mucking the site, and delays The Board voted to' pay .
eoD that in receiving material. The Municipal Hospital $1,444.44
Marriage Architect recommended this for the November emergency
you are request be granted. Upon room expenses. -
'Answer motion by Commissioner The, following applications
'ition on Kennedy. seconded by Corn- for employment were re-
Q., missioner Owens. it was ceived: Carol Ann Conley,
unanimously carried that this Thongyoi Bunkley. and
.6 request be granted and that Tamera McMillian.
e circuit the Contractors final request Daily Inspection Reports
yConurt- for payment in the amount of No. 105 through 117 on the Oak
1978. IT $26.669.00 be paid: except that Grove Project and No. 150
nt for the $2.000.00 be withheld by the through 152 on the Library


Default. County until all items on the were filed.
december, punghi list have been The Road Department filed
completed. the following reports on
Pursuant to advertisement secondary maintenance cost:
to receive sealed bids on October- $11,941.23 and
4t12-29 Project 04-51-21081. the re- November- $5,296.70 and also
ovation of the first floor of filed a report showing the
the Old Courthouse and re- costs on the Boat Ramp
trsua th roofing and repairs to the two Extension on the east end of
register Gulf County Health Clinics, SR22-A to be $7.947.86.
urt, Gulf the'Clerk announced that he The Bay Memorial Medical
after the had only one bid. but that Center advised the Board that
the ficti. Henson Construction David Scott and John Daniels
er which Company and J. B. Jenks had were indigent patients
sand in withdrawn their bids due to according to information
their work load already furnished by these patients
St. Joe scheduled. Kolmetz Construc- and billed the County for
'. .Box tion Company had a bid on the $110.59. representing the
er: Pope way from Panama City at this amount due for David Scott.
J time. The Attorney said the The Hospital stated that
4tp 12.29 hid called for the opening of guidelines established by the


State of Florida, effective
October 1. 1977. requires the
County to pay for all indigent
patients. The Board requested
the Attorney to determine the
County's responsibility in this
matter.
The Board discussed the
Federal Coastal Zone Man-
agement Act as to public
meetings now being held to
receive public comments and
recommendations. Commis-
sioner Branch reported that
he attended one of these
meetings and he urged other
Commissioners to attend the
meeting tonight in Panama
City. Commissioner, Kennedy
said he. would attend.
Commissioner Branch said
that some of the senior citi-
zens of Wewahitchka are re-
questing the County Service
Officer to go to Wewahitchka
at least once each week to.
assist them in their service
connected problems. The
Chairman. reported that the
Service Officer has a regular
schedule that includes office
hours in Wewahitchka each
Wednesday and this schedule
is.published in the Gulf County
Breeze.
D. E. Johnson of Overstreet
offered.to put in a lawn at the
new library, providing-the
County furnishes the seed and
fertilizer.*The Board voted to
accept this offer. .
Commissioner Branch re-
quested the Attorney tolook
into the matter of having a
study made to determine the
best possible .method, of
supplying water to Beacon;
Hill and St. Joe'Beach.
Commissioner Branch dis-
cussed a request from the U.
S.. Corps of Engineers for
some additional work on the
retaining dikes of the Gulf
County Canal. It was deter-
mined that the Road Depart-
ment now has at least two
years of emergency type road,
bridge, and culvert work and
that all of this planned work is
more important to the citizens
of Gulf County than the work
requested by the U. S. Corps of
Engineers. The Chairman
instructed- the Road Superin-.
tendent to inform the En-
gineers that it would be at
least two years before their
request can be included in the
County work program.
Commissioner Kennedy told
the Board that a newly con-
structed firebreak road just
north of the Cypress Creek


''SS Oliver II. Perry


Bridge intersects SR71 by
completely covering the
Drainage ditch along the west
side of said road. The Road
Superintendent was instructed
to contact the landowners
representative in an effort to
have him furnish the proper
culvert for this intersection,
Commissioner Kennedy dis-
cussed the change in time for
the Road Department and
Mosquito Control employees
and asked why this change
was, made. Commissioner
Branch said that the Board
had heretofore voted that
these employees' ten hour
working day be during the
.daylight hours and that the
change was made according
to this decision. Commissioner
Kennedy made a motion that
these employees observe the
automatic .time change. No
second. Commissioner Branch
then moved that the starting
time for these employees be
7:00 a.m., EST the year
around. No second.
Commissioner Kennedy
said h.e is receiving com-
plaints about the Overstreet
streets, being too narrow for
two cars to pass and that this
condition is caused by the
ditch maintenance operations.
C. E. Daniell informed the
Board thai it is time to appoint
the Library Board for 1978.
The Chairman' said he will
attend to this at the next
. meeting. :
The Chairman discussed the
need for a second'ambulance
for north Gulf County and
reported that the communi-
cations system in the Wewa
Ambulance has never worked
satisfactorily. The Board
directed the Ambulance Chief
to have this matter corrected.
:.-.There was a motion by
CommissionerBranch. sec-


onded by Commissioner
Kennedy. and unanimously
carried, that the Wewahitchka
Ambulance place an order for
the twenty telephone Am-
bulance Reporting System.
The Chairman discussed the
Health Nurse situation at the
Wewa Health Center. He said
the present nurse. Mrs. Ruby
Gilbert. is retiring and no
replacement has been an-
nounced by the Director of the
Health Department. The At-
torney was instructed to set up
a meeting with Dr. Weathing-
ton on this matter.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Kennedy, seconded by
Commissioner Owens, and
unanimous vote. the Board
made the following budgeted
transfer from the Anti-
Recession Fisial Assistance
Fund to pay for the increase in
the Workmen's Compensation
Insurance Policy. This item of
transfer may be seen at the
County Clerk's office.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Owens. seconded by
Commissioner Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
made a budget amendment to
account for the sale of surplus
Mosquito Control equipment
in the amount-of $457.78. Upon
motion by Commissioner
Davis, -seconded by Commis-
sioner Branch. and unanimous
vote. the Board approved the
item to item transfer in the
General Fund Local Mosquito
Control Budget. These two
items may be seen at the
County Clerk's office.
The Board cancelled, its
regular meeting of December
27. duie to the- Christmas
Holiday Season. In. addition,
the Board agreed to close the
Courthouse on .December 23 -
and 26. 1977 and January 2,,
1978.


John Clark


Aboard the


USS Perry
Navy Quartermaster Third
Class John E. Clark, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Clark
of P. 0. Box 23, Wewahitchka,
is assigned to the Navy's new-
est guided missile frigate.
He is serving as a crew-
member aboard the USS Oli-
ver H. Perry which was com-
missioned Dec. 17 in Bath,
Maine. Navy Admiral James
L. Holloway III, Chief of
Naval Operations, was the
principal speaker for the
ship's commissioning.
Clark is one of 164 officers
and enlisted men assigned to
the Perry. She is 445 feet long,
displaces 3,600 tons and can
operate independently or as
part of a naval task force. The
Perry is designed primarily to
support underway replenish-
ment groups, amphibious
forces and merchant shipping
against surface and sub-sur-
face attack. She is outfitted
with surface-to-air and sur-
face-io-surface missiles, a
76mm gun and antisubmarine
torpedoes.-Additionally, she is
outfitted with a landing plat-
form and can accommodate
two light helicopters for long
range detection and attack of
submarines.
. The Perry is the first ship of
her class and is named for
Commodore Oliver Hazard
Perry, best remembered for
his defeat of a British fleet on
Lake Erie during the War of
1812. She will be homeported'
in Mayport, Fla.
A 1975 graduate of Wewa-
hitchka High School, he join-
ed the Navy in July, 1975,


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