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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 19, 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 20


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST.JOE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1978


15' Per CoDV


Rish Says InvestorsWish to Build


-FT


Surfing n

Representative William J. Rish announced Tuesday
evening before a joint gathering of the Port St. Joe City
Commission, the Gulf County Commission and the Port St.
Joe Gulf County Chamber of Commerce that a private
investment, group wants to construct and operate a 120-bed
nursing home in Gulf County.
Rish said the investors have approached him with the
idea and wanted the approval of the three bodies before
making further plans for getting approval, permits,
financing. etc.
Rish did not say who the investors were, except to tell the
group that they were involved in other operations of this type
and knew what they were doing. He said they had
considerable experience in nursing home operations and
would bring a first class operation to Port St. Joe if things go
as they are expected.
Rish emphasized the fact that this, would not be a
government or non-profit organization operation. "They plan
to put in a first-class program where anyone can feel
satisfied in becoming a patient", Rish said.
The Representative said plans are now to establish a
120-bed home costing over $1 million. The facility would
employ around 100 people.
Rish ended his announcement by saying, "This group
wants to know if you want them here. If you do, I will start
work immediately to go after it.":


ome In Port St. Joe


Rish received the approval of all three bodies present to
S.start progress on securing the home and offered whatever
assistance they could give in the project.
S Rish pointed out that a certificate of need must first be
approved for the area before an approved nursing home
Could be built here: He pointed out that other homes in the
::area were filled to capacity and that there is a need in this
vicinity for such a facility. He said the developers would do
the work necessary in securing the certificate of need arid
any other approval they needed.
JUNIOR COLLEGE ANNEX
Rish also told the group that in late February or early
March. he. Representative James Harold Thompson,
Senator Dempsey Barron and Senator Pat Thomas would
meet to lay plans to request an appropriation from the
Florida Legislature to construct a sub-campus for Gulf Coast
Community College here in Port St. Joe. "We'll need an
appropriation of around $112 million from the Legislature to
start work on the educational facility", Rish said.
The Legislator pointed to the need for the facility to serve
Gulf and Franklin County and to relieve campus crowding at
the GCCC campus in Panama City.
Rish pointed out that all members of the Legislative
Delegation from Bay and Franklin counties had approved the
idea and would support it in the Legislature. Rish also asked
Sfor and received the support of the three bodies he was


addressing Tuesday night.
He pointed out' that students from Gulf and Franklin
counties are driving many miles each day to attend classes at
Gulf Coast.

OTHER PROJECTS
Rish also gave a progress report on two other projects on
which he is working.
He announced that within 60 to 90 days a contract for
approximately $750.000 would be let to improve and increase
the Sunland Recreational Park facilities on St. Joseph
Peninsula. Rish said the appropriation had already been
approved and plans drawn for construction of more cottages
and a dining hall at the site, which provides a summer-
recreation facility for all Sunland operations' in the State of-
Florida. It is the only park of its kind in the state and is used
heavily all summer.
Rish also announced that within 60 to 90 days a contract
would be let to construct a replica of the first Constitution
Hall here in Port St. Joe adjacent to the Constitutioni
Convention Museum. The addition will contain a replica of
the signing of Florida's first constitution here in 1837.
The Representative said work has also started in
persuading the present Constitution Revision Committee,
presently re-writing the Constitution, to hold one of its
meetings in the new addition, once it is completed.


City, County, Agree



to Rate for Oak



Grove W&S Service !


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The City Commission put its
final and official stamp of
approval on a rate for provid-
ing water and sewer service to
the new Oak Grove District
Tuesday night, approving a
rate which had been quoted to
the County Commission, the
District's agent, nearly a year
and a half ago.
,The Tuesday action by the
Commission ratified an agree-
ment made in a special session
last week held by a committee
representing the City and one
representing the County. The
two committees, composed of
James B. Roberts, Wesley R.
Ramsey and Clerk Mike
Wright representing the City
and Commissioners Everett
-Owens, Jr., and Billy Branch
and Financial Officer Jerry
Gates representing the County
came to an agreement on the
charge rate.
The City has offered the Oak
Grove District treated water
and sewer service for a mini-
Smum bill of $5.76 for use of up
to 4,000 gallons of water. On
top of this charge will be a
levy of $3.24 per customer,
per month for service, main-
tenance, meter reading, bill-
ing, overhead and etc. The
County will add a charge
which has tentatively been set
at $5.50 for repayment of the
bonds soid to finance the
system.
This all comes to a total of
$14.50 per month for a mini-
mum bill of up to 4,000 gallons
usage.
All water used over the
minimum of 4,000 gallons will
be billed at a rate of 90c per
thousand gallons of water and
54c for sewer, just as custo-
mers in the City of Port St. Joe
are charged.
The service charge is added
to the Oak Grove bills since
the City underwrites most of
this service in the water
department with sources of
revenue other than water and
sewer service charges.
In the agreement, the- City
will furnish all supplies, bill-
ing, collection and minor
maintenance. The county will
be responsible only for major
items of repair which were
defined as any repairs needing
well points, heavy equipment,
replacing main lines, man
holes or fire hydrants.
While a majority of the
County Board has accepted
the charge rates, the Board
has not yet officially accepted
the City offer. They are ex-
pected to put their stamp of


approval oi'ihe rates al their'
next meeting, next Tuesday.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
E. A. Williams of St. Joe
SBeach' made a request of the
City of Port St. Joe Tuesday


-Aight to give the new St. Joe'
Beach Fire Department the
City's old 1949 Dodge pumper
truck for use by their depart-
ment.
(Continued on Page 3)


Citizens Federal


Had Good Year


Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association reported
a good year.for both savings
and loans growth during cal-
endar year 1977, according to
a report issued by Secretary-
Treasurer Charles J. Stevens,
Jr., in an annual report to the
Association's Board of Direc-
tors.
Stevens' report showed a
growth in savings deposits of
$1,299,219.82 during the year
and an increase in loans of
$1,534,849.88.
As the result of increased
business, total assets for the
savings association grew to
$10,978,766.00, the highest fig-
ure ever recorded by the
association. The total finan-
cial base of the association


grew by $1,506,549.83.
Stevens reported that the
past year had been one of
tremendous'activity in the
residential real estate market,
providing the business activ-
ity which sparked the huge
growth of the association.
Stevens reported that Citi-
zens Federal was entering
1978 in a strong financial
position. After interest pay-
ment to savers, operating
expenses and taxes, the assoc-
iation added $156,319.33 to
reserves and surplus in 1977
with the reserves and surplus
now totaling $1,017,349.86.
Citizens Federal's year end
financial statement can be
seen on page five of this issue
of The Star.


Water Superintendent G. L. Scott, back to camera,
directs his crew as they go through the pavement to reach a


The nose of the City's dump truck is shown jammed under the White City Beard on a stretcher in preparation to taking him to a hospital for treatment of
draw span. as ambulance crew members can be seen to the right, placing Carl injuries. -Star photo



Truck Rams Into Open Draw Bridge Span


Carl Beard, an employee of the City of Port St.
Joe. received several injuries yesterday afternoon
at about 2:00 p.m., when the truck he was driving,
slammed into the open bridge span at White City.
Preliminary reports, just before press time
yesterday afternoon, said the bridge was opening
for a passing boat as Beard approached the span in
a city truck, loaded with 14 yards of clay, hauling it
to Port St. Joe for the City. Beard was apparently


unable to stop for some reason and hit the span just
as it had opened enough to allow the cab of the big
truck to go underneath the draw span. The edge of
the span hit the bed of the truck and stopped it
from going on over into the Intracoastal Canal.
Beard, age 20, was pinned in the truck for
nearly an hour after the accident. There was
considerable difficulty getting rescue vehicles into
position to free him, since they couldn't cross the


bridge. Ambulance and rescue vehicles had to go
to the scene by way of Overstreet.
When the ambulance crews, Sheriff's Deputies
and Florida Highway Patrol were able to get
Beard free, he was taken to Bay Memorial
Hospital, rather than travel the long route back to
Port St. Joe.
Beard's condition was unknown at press time
yesterday. The truck seems to be a total loss.


Cold Weather Interrupts Water Service


water main break under the intersection at 14th Street and
Palm Boulevard. -Star photo


The cold weather which
struck the City during the
week end, knocked two areas
out of water for part of a day.
City Water Superintendent
G. L. Scott said water mains
broke on Sunday on Hunter
Circle and at the intersection
of 14th Street and Palm Bou-
levard.
Scott said a part of Hunter
Circle was out of water for a
part of a day while repairs
were being made on a com-
paratively routine break in the
main line. The 14th and Palm
break was something else
again.
The latter break was dis-
covered Sunday afternoon, but
was allowed to run during the
night and next morning to
keep from having to curtail
water service. When workers
did get into the process of
fixing the pipe rupture on
Monday afternoon, they had a
complex problem. In order to
solve the problem, water had
to be shut off from most of a
two block area and was kept
off until dark when repairs
were completed.
Scott said the heavy cast
iron water mains didn't freeze
and burst. "The cold caused
our problems though," he


'said. The veteran superinten-
dent said expansion and con-
tractions of the cold ground
and pavement caused pres-


sure on the pipes at joints and
connections which caused
them to snap and start leak-
ing.


Jaycees to Laud



Young Man

The search for Port St. Joe's Outstanding Young Man
winds down this week, with presentation of the award to be
made Saturday night by the Port St. Joe Jaycees.
Ballot boxes for the public to make their selection of a
candidate have been placed at the Florida First National
Bank at Port St. Joe, the Post Office and Smith's Pharmacy.
Candidates for the award do not have to be members of the
Jaycees. The.candidate must be more than 18 years of age
but less than 36. Selections should be made on the basis of the
young man you think has done the most for his community
during the past year.
Anyone who wishes is urged to make his selection prior to
the voting deadline Friday afternoon. Those wishing to vote
are asked to fill out one of the ballots and write in 25 words or
less why you think your nominee should be selected.
Ballot boxes will be picked up Friday afternoon for tally
of the votes and the selection of the OutstandingYoung Man.
The OYM banquet will be held Saturday night at 7:30 at
Butler's Restaurant, with last year's OYM award wiAner,
Bob Moore, as the guest speaker.
i I


REP. WILLIAM J. RISII


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.. THE STAR-
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EDITORIALS:




Something Diffeent-
** a. C __ t e..re n ..


A Fruga Senator


: You know what they say about
hope .. it springs eternal.
: We thought this was just a cliche
until reading the Sunday magazine
.section where we found there is an
unusual character in Congress.
r There is .. .Cin Congress, of all
places .. a Congressman who
.believes the United States should
;balance its budget. He also believes
:that tax money should not necessar-,
-ly be spent just because it is there.
:.He puts emphasis on this latter
belief by turning back more than
4ialf the tax money he is allowed each
-year to run his office with. He is one
.of a kind, it would appear.
S Who is this unusual individual?
Hle's Senator Edward Zorinsky, a
D Democrat from Nebraska. With
-'tendencies such as he has, he can
hardly last for more than a single
4erm' UiG' *- *-i~ii --i'. Aits I
SWhoever heard of a Democratic
Senator, in the Congress of the
:United States not spending tax
,money allotted to him for spending?





Died With L

Senator Hubert Humphrey, the
'Senator from Minnesota, died last
week, a victim of cancer.
While we conservatives didn't
Agree with some of the Senator's
Programs, we had to admire the
man.
W e admired him because he
/ could run up against disagreement
for what he espoused without kick-
:. ingthe water bucket. He would just
Smile, back up and re-group and
Some at you from another direction.
SHe never gave up.
Too, we admired the way the
S Senator died.
He didn't shut himself off in a


Letters.


, to tl


Kind Word In A Bright I
SDear Mr. Ramsey;. they are the les
W We intended to put a few So you can se
Sidnd words in a bright red box, about the kind
a 4ie the box with a green bow, back-home fol
$ md mail it to you for Christ- filled us with n
- :fas. But being born procrasti- Enclosed is
=:rators, we didn't get our renew our subsc
C hristmas messages off in Star for another
z, ime to. arrive before July 4.
* Seriously, we enjoy your
:=olumnvery'much. John read Prayer
W renchie's recipes as if they
- 'Were poetry-but we are both. Dear Mr. Ram;
Stoo chubby to yield to tempta- The week of
.:tion (unless it is thrust upon willsee many
. a's). over northwest I
SYour Christmas-column as all over
'i.~iade us both homesick-John coming together
F Por Port St. Joe, and I for Christian Unity
=- Tennessee. It's a different Department c
world out here-- we are Order of the Na
S"Strangers in a strange land", of Churches an
SThe only way we can bear Catholic Bishop
living in California is to lose for Ecumenica
, ourselves in the desert, where sponsored a co
there are no gays, no radicals, Prayer for Ch
no muggers, no door-to-dobr This year's there
Burglars, no rapists, no longer stranger
7 stranglers. We do have rattle- broken down t
S snakes, sidewinders, scor- separate us."
'-":pions, and tarantulas-- but will be foremost


Making Cookie Sale Plans

Local Girl Scouts are making plans for their annual cookie sale which gets


Last year the good Senator from
Nebraska turned back some $300,000 F
in unspent expense money: He says,
"I always look fOi' the cost-benefit
ratio, particularly the expenditure
of hard-earned 'ixpayers' money. I
don't believe in spending tax dollars G u lf
simply because they're there. Il
believe one must spend just what is
needed to get the job done," The newly introduced state-
The Senator could start a revo- wide basic skills tests have
Solution with that kind of thinking. changed the attitude of Gulf
If Senator Zorinsky can do it, it County students, Walter Wil-
Senator orsky can o l der, Superintendent of Schools
would make good sense to believe told the Rotary Club last
that others should be able to. Thursday. "Students now rea-
Senator Zorinsky must be some lize. they must pass the
kind of a nut because he went on to achievement tests in order to
say in the.article that, "I'm hoping receive a diploma", Wilder
that the first -iece of legislation ahe Superintendent said the
passed in.1978 is that of balancing results of 59 percent of Gulf
the budget of this nation which, in County students passing the
my estimation, would resolve the math achievement tests and
biggest problem facing our country 93 percent passing commu-
S ont&lle1 infltin4 i.- nication skills was a surleise
-- controlled inflation.:".. ; ,w
., -.. ... 'to ,thq school leaders. 'We
Do yohu think such 4a drastic thought we would be weakest
move could also restore the value of in the communication skills",
the dollar to its past lofty heights, Wilder said. "This helped us
Senator? though," he said, "since math
Problems are easier to reme-
dy among the students than
are communication skills."
"One thing we .have to
accept", Wilder said, "we will
Never have 100 percent of our
fis B oots O n. students passing the tests. It
just can't be. We have stu-
; dents who will just never be
closet and spend his last days feeling able to achieve the results
sorry for the short deal he had been needed in order to pass."
dealt. He was making plans, the The Superintendent report-
week he died to go back to ed that the school system has
received some state money to
Washington next week to start provide remedial studies for
another session of Congress. those who didn't pass the
With Humphrey, it was business tests. A part of that program
as usual; regardless of the circum- will be a summer school
stances. We like that. session. "We'll have our best
S Wtace e to ad thatthe. teachers in the program and
We have to admit that the not necessarily those with the
Senator was lucky, too. Some people longest tenure", the Superin-
don't die as easily as he did. They dent said.
are immobilized and have to suffer As a result pf the tests
to the bitter end. But as one of those pointing out weaknesses in the
grasp of subjects by some
who do not have to take death lying students, Wilder said the
down, it is to his credit that he chose School Board is instituting
to do like the old legendary cowboy some changes in the curricu-
and "died with his boots on". lum. For instance, the state
now requires two English and
one math subject for the last
three years of high school for
he Editor each student. "We are going to
he E itor require at least two years of
math.and three years of
English".
Red Box The school is also having
:, good results from a tutorial
sser evil. Sincerely, program in the lower grades,
e why reading Wilder said. The school utiliz-
of Christmas Merry Harris es a corps of high school
ks still have (Mrs. John B. Harris, Jr.) students on a volunteer basis
ostalgia. Limbo- Lost Acres to tutor children in eleten-
our check to P.O. Box 25 tary grades. "It's working out
cription to The Ocotillo. Ca 92259 well for, the pupil and the
r year. tutors enjoy the work also",'
Wilder reported.
Another innovation at the,
for Christian Unity schools is a closed lunch
d h s o t period. All students are re-
sey, and hearts of those gathering quired to either bring a lunch
January 18-25 in your community to pray. or eat in the lunchroom. This
Christians all The love, understanding, is to "avoid the mass confu-
Florida as well fellowship that grows out of sion of students leaving and
the country, this Week of Prayer is meant arriving back at school during
rfor prayer for to be the source for fellow the short period of time allot-
Since 1966.the Christians to continue ed for the lunch period."
t A''-s anted for the lunch period."


I rFaitn ana mrougnout me yea
itional.Council out one another for
id the Roman action. Truly ou
is Commission prayer at the Last
I Affairs have be realized "...that
mmon Week of one." (James 17:2:
ristian Unity. As a fellow Christ
ne, "We are no all to participate ii
's... Christ has observance of this
he walls that Prayer.
(Eph. 2:13-22) Rev. Richard A
it in the minds Chairman


at tO SeeK
prayer'and
r Savior's
Supper will
all may be
1).
tian, I urge
n the local
s Week of

Altenbaugh


Other changes involve an
Expanded reading program
for those who have not yet
-learned to read up to grade.
The schools have also:
-Introduced a program of
county-wide maintenance of
buildings and vehicles rather
than maintain a maintenance
force at each separate school.
-Adopted in-school suspen-


underway next Friday. January 22. In the photo above. Girl Scouts Sharon
Miller. lisa Ilandley. Tina Beaman. Lesley Wilder;and Cynthia Miller enlist the
help of Mayor Frank Pate in making their cookie sale a success. Funds from the
sale go to support Girl Scout camps. -Star photo


Fests Change Attitudes of


countyy Students


sion. A suspended student is
kept in school, 'by himself,
with teachers to monitor his
activities and see that he
keeps up with his studies. He
is no longer sent home to allow
his studies to go lacking.
Several problems face the
school system, Wilder said.
Among these are financial
problems. "The state has


come up with a new funds dis-
tribution formula based on liv-
ing costs, tax base, etc., which
cost Gulf County over $1 mil-
lion during the past 3 years",
Wilder said. "Since we are
already at the maximum mill
levy, this reduction of funds
hurts us drastically", he said.
Another problem is reduced
enrollment. Wilder laid this


By
^^./pir'A
....... Ej T -


There are things which have disappeared
from the everyday scene which I don't see how
we are doing without.
Take the common, wooden spool in which
sewing thread is wound for marketing.
The other day, while doing some work in the
make-up department here at The Star, I
discovered the spool in the scotch tape dispenser
at my make-up station was missing. It was
missing because someone had come in to
purchase the last dispenser we had on the shelf
and that particular dispenser was without a
spool. So, I took the spoolout of mine and sold the
new one.
But now the problem is how to get a new
spool for my dispenser. I asked Frenchie to order
me one in the next office supply order and she
said they are practically impossible to get.
Previous tries (to get a spool for the one missing
on the shelf) had met with no success at getting
extra spools.
Then, a spotlight came on over my head,
much the same as in the comic strips, and an
idea struck like thunder in my hard head.
"There's no need to wait around for a new
spool", I pondered: "The dispenser spool is about
the same size as a wooden thread spool. Just find
you an empty one and cut it. down."
There's no such thing anymore.
I pawed through Frenchie's sewing box at
home ... no spools. I asked the daughters and
daughters-in-law about an empty spool .. no
spool. They are all now made of plastic.
What a pity.
Has the spool gone the way of the wooden
cigar box?
There's another "cigar store Indian."
A wooden thread spool used to be a valuable


Pittman On

Stetson Roll
Four hundred and fifty-one
undergraduate students were
listed on the Honor Roll for the
fall session at Stetson Uni-
versity, according to Helen
Sassard, acting registrar.
The Honor Roll is composed
of undergraduates with a 2.0
average or better with no
grade less than C.
Achieving this honor from
Port St. Joe was Earnest C.
Pittman, 309 Avenue B.

Say You Saw It In The Star!


High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the
table below. The information
is furnished by the U. S.
Weather Bureau Station in
Apalachicola.
High Low
Thurs.,Jan. 19 7-34P 5:45A
Fri.,Jan.20 8:13P 6:20 A
Sat., Jan. 21 8:55P 6:56A
Sun. 9:3L.P -7:29A.
Mon.,Jan.23 10:06P 7:57A
Tues.,Jan.24 10:39P 8:26A
Wed.,Jan.25 11:13P 8:48A


Wilder


phenomenon to the "pill",
pointing out that Highland
View Elementary School has
fallen from an enrollment of
300 to 161 today. Port St. Joe
Elementary School is down
from 900 to 620 and Port St.
Joe High School has fallen
from 900 to 640.
"The only school with an
increased enrollment in the


county is the Wewahitchka
Elementary School and their
increase is very small", Wil-
der said.
"We have our problems",
Wilder said, "but with the
support and help of our staff,
faculty and the people of the
county, we feel they can be
overcome after a period of
time."


f'II SbIR D ibtJ/ A7 '4 '. 2

WESLEY R. RAMSEY



and much-sought-after item when I was boy. We
used to sit around for hours, when a spool was
getting low in thread around our house, waiting
for Mama to throw the spool away. You could do
so many things with an empty wooden thread
spool besides make a new spool for a scotch
tape dispenser.
One of my favorites, from a wooden thread
spool, was to take a pocket knife (we always had
one back then) and cut notches along each of the
raised edges. Then, we would get lucky and find
a strong rubber band or two weaker ones. Put
this with a half match stick and a whole match
stick and a small piece of soap and you had a
self-propelled wheel.
The rubber band went through the hole in the
spool, with the short match stick (shorter than
the diameter of the spool) stuck through the loop
on one side. On the other side, a sliver of soap or
paraffin was slipped over the other end of the
rubber band and the long match stuck just
through the loop in the rubber band, with the long
end of the stick dragging.
To make the contraption go, you held the
short match stick still and twisted the long one.
When the rubber band is wound up tight, sit the
thing down on the floor, with the long end of the
match stick touching the floor behind the spool.
The unwinding rubber band will propel it along.
It makes a fine toy.
Especially if it is all you can get your hands
on or afford.
It amazed me this year to see the letters
written to Santa Claus. The kids seemed to have
the toy sections of the catalogs memorized and
asked for about everything advertised in the
papers, catalogs and on TV. They asked for dolls,
bikes, guns, games, balls, etc.
Not a single empty thread spool.
I wish the wooden thread spool and the
wooden cigar box would make a dramatic
come-back in our society. I think the kids of
today are missing something if they have never
made a rubber band truck out of a spool or nailed
one on each corner of a wooden cigar box to
make a hauling truck.
One of the main reasons I go into St. Joe
Hardware on occasion is for.a nostalgic look at
the old wooden cigar boxes Cecil Costin still
clings to in order tq keep things in, such as
tickets, change, parts, nails, screws, receipts,
etc. Many a business, in days gone by, has been
run out of empty wooden cigar boxes. The new
paper ones are too flimsy. You can still see one
doing yeoman duty on occasion.
But, I don't know where I can go to find a
wooden thread spool still being used or saved.


L


THE STAR, Pot St. Joe, Fla. THtURSDIAY, JAN. 19. 1978


* -PAGE TWO









THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1978


PAGE THREE


Williams told the Commis-
sion that the Gulf County
Board had recognized them as
a fire department and had
offered to help them get into
operation.
City Commissioner James
B. Roberts said the County has
purchased trucks for other
fire departments throughout
the county but has not done so
for the City of Port St. Joe.
Roberts said, "I would not
favor giving our truck away
but might consider letting
them use it for a period of time
Until they can get some other
equipment".
The Commission went along
with Roberts' reasoning and
S agreed to allow the Depart-
ment to use the truck for six
months provided they would
S repair a leak in the water tank
and get the vehicle insured.
Representative William J.
Rish said\ the new fire de-
Spartment should have some
Surplus Forestry Service
equipment available for use_
by that time.
ORDINANCE
The last reading was held
Tuesday night on the revised
dog ordinance for the City,
and unanimously approved by
the Board.
The ordinance, in effect,
assesses a charge of $5.00 on


any loose dog captured by the
dog catcher, with a $2.00 per
day charge placed against the.
dog for each day he is held in
the pound.
The ordinance 'defines a
stray dog as any dog which is
roaming free without any
restraint or supervision by its
owner.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-
mission:
-A bid to furnish a new bar
screen for the Wastewater
Treatment Plant was awarded
to Panama Truss and Com-
ponents in the amount of
$18,670.24.
-Another bid to supply a
steel tank for the WWP was
awarded to Panama Machin-
ery and Supply Company in
the amount of $4,427.00.
-Panama Machine was
also the successful bidder at a
price of $3,990.87 to furnish
.sprinkler heads and piping for
an irrigation system for the
new softball fields behind the
High School and to extend the
irrigation system in the me-
dian of Fifth Street.
-Kent Electric of Port St.
Joe was the low bidder at
$1,445.00 to furnish heaters for
upstairs rooms in the City
Hall.


Require
Proof of automobile in-
.:surance will be required at the
time of renewal of a tag,
instead of motor vehicle in-
spection beginning January 1,
said the Florida Highway
Patrol.
Colonel Eldrige Beach,
director of the Patrol said,'
"The new law transfers from
the inspection station to the
tax collector's office the re-
sponsibility to check for insur-
ance coverage, either per-
sonal injury protection or
liability coverage."
Whether a tag is renewed at
the tax collector's office or by
mail, proof ofinsurance must
be presented .either by in-
surance ID card, policy or
binder.
Colonel Beach concluded by
saying, "If an individual does
not maintain the required
insurance coverage, the De-
partment of Highway Safety
and Motor Vehicles is re-,
quired to suspend all his tags


dforTag
and his driver license. The
smart motorist will maintain
required insurance and be
able to prove it."

Four Oni

FSU Dean's

Listing:
Approximatel X 2,097
students at Florida'Sfate Uni-
versity made the Dean's List
for the fall quarter. The
Dean's List is an honor roll of
students whose grade, aver-
ages are "A" or "B" for all
courses taken during the
quarter.
Port St. Joe residents
achieving this honor include:
Martin B. Adkison, 202 19th
St.; Carroll Edward Cook,
Route 3, Box 105; Jan M.
Hammock, 1303 Woodward;
and Richard Quackenbush,
P.O. Box 404.


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News. *

From the High School


By WOODY JONES


Before I go into this week's
news, I wouldlike to bring you
up-to-date on two of last
week's news stories: the
NJROTC inspection and the
Wrestling match against Bay
High.


OBITUARIES

Last Rites Held for Mrs. Mabel Skipper


Mrs. Mabel Ruth Skipper,
52, a resident of Port St. Joe,
S passed away Saturday in her
home following a lengthy ill-
ness.
Mrs. Skipper was a native of
Jackson County and had lived
here for over 30 years. She
was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe.
She is survived by: her' hus-
band, Richard Skipper of Port
St. Joe; a son, Harold De-
wayne Burch of Port St. Joe;
Stwo step-daughters, Mrs.
Brenda. Burkett and Mrs.
Betty Jean Bradley, both of
Port St. Joe; a brother. Ray-
mood Hardy of Lynn Haven
' three sisters, Mrs. Lillian An-
derson of Port St. Joe, Mrs.
Gladys English of West Holly-
wood and Mrs. Reba Inez
Hardy of. Chattahoochee; a
grandson, Stacy Dewayne


*Burch of Port St. Joe; and twO
step-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 11 a.m. Monday in the First
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe
with the Rev. Bill Heaton offi-
ciating, assistedby Rev. Wil-


liam Stephens. Interment fol-
lowed in the family plot of
Shady Grove Cemetery, Jack-
son County.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home of Port St. Joe.


Ray H. Woullard Died Jan. 10


Ray H. Woullard, 32, a Port
St. Joe resident, died last
Tuesday, Jan. 10, in the Muni-
cipal Hospital.
Survivors, include his wife,
Mrs. Cleo Woullard; three
sons, Dewayne, Jeffrey and
Anthony Woullard, a, ofPort
St. 6'; hisfither; Theo Woul-
lard of Port St. Joe; three
sisters, Faye W. Ruttledge of
Green Cove Springs, Mrs.
Mary Broaders of Washing-
ton, D.C. and Mrs. Margaret


and three brothers, Jessie
Woullard, Fred Woullard of
Port St. Joe and Billy Charles
Woullard of Montgomery, Ala.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, January 14 at two
p.m. in the Mount Carmel
Baptist-Church. with the Rev.
L- Baker officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the family
plot of Forest Hill Cemetery:
All services were under the
*direction of Comforter Funer-


Hampton of Safety Harbor;. al Home.


Mrs Rebecca Byrd Dies After Long Illness


Mrs. Rebecca Whitaker
Byrd, 61, a long-time resident.
of St. Joe Beach, died last
Thursday at her home, follow-
ing a lengthy illness. Mrs.
Byrd was a native of Holmes
County, and had lived at St.
Joe Beach for the last 35'
years. She was a member of.
the First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Thomas M. Byrd; her
mother, Mrs. Mary Whitaker;
a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Chil-
ders; one nephew, Ronald W.
Childers, all of Port St. Joe;


X Mrs. Adkinson

Dies In P.C.
Mrs. Clara Mae Adkinson,
Panama City, died Sunday in
Bay Memorial Medical Center
following a brief illness. Mrs.
Adkinson was a long-time resi-
dent of Wewahitchka, before
moving to Panama City.
Survivors include: a son,
Thomas H. Roberts of Pana-
mh City; two step-daughters,
Ms. Mattie Erskin, Dighton,
Kan. and Mrs. Susie D. Chap-
man of Ontario, Calif.; a brot-
her, Bill Lester of Wewahitch-
ka; two sisters, Mrs. Vera
Whaley and Ada Rowe, both of
Wewahitchka; 14 grandchil-
dren and 27 great grandchil-
dren; and a host of nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday in the First Metho-
dist Church of Wewahitchka
with the Rev. James Parnell,
the Rev. Clyde McGill and the
Rev. James Flemming offici-
ating. Interment followed in
the family plot of Nettle Ridge
Cemetery near Blountstown.
Active pallbearers were
Ralph Newberry, Alton Col-
vin, Robert Roacher, Larry
White, Johnny Hutto, Cleve
Flemming. Honorary pall-
bearers were Earl Colvin,
John Gambles, S. L. Hughes,
Ottis Smith, Marvin Pitts,
Jessey Luke Taunton and
Harold Pridgeon.
Comforter Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge of
all arrangements.


and a niece, Mrs. Rebecca
Caleel of Chicago, Im.
Funeral services were held
at 11 a.m. Saturday in the
First United Methodist Church
of Port St. Joe with the Rev.
Johnie McCurdy officiating,
assisted by the Rev. William
Smith. Interment followed in
the family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were the
deacons of the Beach Baptist
Chapel.
Honorary pallbearers were:
Al Hargraves, Richard Saun-
ders, Ernest Lowery, Otis
Powell, Harold Butler, W. F.
Fite, Fred Witten, A. 0.


Boyett, Ralph Nance, Carl
Raffield, Clifford Tharpe,
Baynard Malone, L. C. Carter,
Ralph Shumaker, Clifford
Shearer, ,Carl Pettis, Hugh
White, Pope Findley, Huey
Chason, W. T. Mosely, George
Cooper, Clinton Peterson,
Preston McCormick, Carl
Wood, Charlie Norton, Ira
Campbell, Raymond Bruner,
Aldon Ferris, James Falkner,
T. S; Coldewey and the admin-
istration board of the First
United Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe.
Comforter Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge of
all arrangements.


Last Rites Held for W.O. Deskins


William Okey Deskins, 75,
St. Joe Beach, died Saturday
at his home. He was a retired
employee of the Hudson Pulp
and Paper Company, Palatka,
where he was employed as an
.electrical engineer. He was a
member of the St. Joe Beach
Baptist Chapel and a veteran
of WWI.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Fannye Belle Deskins of
St. Joe Beach; two daughters,
Mrs. Sandra Raffield of Port
St. Joe and Mrs. Sonja Fritton
of Tucson, Ariz.; a brother,
Willie Deskins of Bluefield, W.
Va.; and seven grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 4:00 P.M., E.S.T. Monday in
the Beach Baptist Chapel with
the Rev. William Smith offi-


citing. Burial was in the
Holly Hill Cemetery, Port St.
Joe.
St. Clair Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.

Relative Dies
In Kentucky.
Mrs. Susan Ellen West
Pinson, age 69, of Ashland,
Ky., died Thursday, January
12, in a Ashland hospital after
a short illness.
Survivors include Mrs. Lena.
Virginia Williams of 316 2nd
Street, Highland View.
Mrs. Pinson had been a
visitor to the St. Joe area in
recent years.


The' ROTC Unit marched
into the gym to the tune of
"Anchors Aweigh" to take
part in their annual personnel
inspection. It was really sur-
prising how respectful and
quiet the student body was
throughout the entire thing.
The unit received a grade of 95
and an "Outstanding" rating.
Not bad.
The Wrestling team had a
match during school Thursday i
and played before a packed
house. I'm not sure whether,
the high attendance was due to
enthusiasm for wrestling or
because anybody who had a
ticket to the wrestling match
got out of 6th period.
The Key Club is selling
dogwood trees for $1.00 each,
planted. The money will be put
to a good cause- building a
new trophy case in the
Common's Area. For your


dogwood, contact any Key
Club member.
Semester tests are this You Are Cordially
week, and it's really rough
being tested on all the stuff. LO A
you've .already been tested LO
on. Good luck, especially if .,iis,
you have a class !with Mrs. tlS
Whitfield.
A final note-For those of Corner Long Av
you who have expressed con-
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.PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1978


Mission Group I Meets

With .Mrs. Ann Till


Garden Center Building


Receies Hitoric Marker


The January meeting of the
Port St. Joe Garden Club was
held last Thursday, and was
highlighted by the dedication
of. the building as the oldest
church building still standing
in Port St. Joe. :
Ralph Edenfield, Cpunty
S...Forester for Gulf and Bay
Counties, presented a slide
Program depicting the role of
trees in northwest Florida.
SSome Of the aspects of the
forestry industry shown in-
'c eluding the harvesting of
; cones, superior nurseries, the
grafting of superior branches
Son root stock, planting, and
Sthe comparison of old and
Snew methods of turpentining.
S One of the interesting things
Pointed out was the existence
Sof several world champion '
trees in the .area. A cham-
Spion water hickory stands
Near Blountstown, and there
Sis a champion sand pine and a
titi in the Panama City vicini-

.Mrs. Ralph Swatts, presi-
j*ent of the St. Joseph's His-
.toerical Society, thanked the
:;dub for its consent to the
dedicationn ceremony, and in-
:.troduced George Tapper, who
reminisced about the origins
:'.f the building, and unveiled
:bthe plaque commemorating
-The building.
In his reminiscence, Mr.
:'apper highlighted some of
ifhe early history of the area
'and of the Catholic church.
The first Catholic mass in Port


St. Joe was said in the
Comforter Funeral Home
building,' which was then the
home of Mr. Tapper's parents,
Capt. and Mrs. Robert Tap-
per. George said he had the
opportunity to go to school at
the age of four, because the
schoolteacher felt sorry for
George's mother, who couldn't
keep him out of the sand bed in
front of their home. The
teacher volunteered to take
George off her hands during
school hours.
At that time, there were
several denominations repre-
sented in St. Joe; there were
some *Baptists, Metho-
dists, Presbyterians and
Catholics. None of the congre-
gations had resident pastors,
arid were serviced by Panama
City and Apalachicola mini-
sters.
:"There has always been rel-
igious harmony in St. Joe,
because everyone attended
services at whatever church
happened to have a pastor for
that Sunday, whether it be
Baptist, Catholic or Metho-
dist," said Mr. Tapper.
Music for the religious com-
munity was provided by a
quartet: Denver Miller, repre-
senting the Baptists, Silas
(Micky) Stone representing
the Methodists, Harold Smith,
the Presbyterians, and George
Tapper, the Catholics.
The present Garden Club
building, the former Catho-
lic church before the present


o


.: fe^ "" JH^B ^-..^ .';
-- .* : I.-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Browne, shown church. They were married 49 years ago.
aho\ e. were the first couple married in the old -Star photo


Justus -Pridgeon

Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Babb of
Wewahitchka announce the
engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Linda Faye Justus, to Ronald
Lynn Pridgeon, son of Mr.


Jack Pridgeon of Wewa-
hitchka and Mrs. Melissa
Pridgeon of Pensacola..
The wedding will be an
event, of February 25, at the
United Pentecostal Church of
Wewahitchka at 7:30 p.m.,
C.S.T.
No invitations are being sent
but friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.


Mission Group I of the
United Methodist Women met
January 17 at 9:30 a.m. in the
home of Mrs. Ann Till, Mexico
Beach, with 11 members and
four guests present.
Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, chair-
person, asked Mrs. L. P. West
to open the- meeting with
prayer. Two new members
were welcomed.
Members were urged to
attend the general meeting


February 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the
church fellowship hall. Mrs.
Rex Weeks will be the guest
speaker.
Mrs. Floyd Roberts present-
ed the program, from "Godis
Psychiatry" by Charles Al-
len, "God's Rules for Living."
The meeting was closed
with the benediction.

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facility was built in 1959, was
erected in 1925, at the cost of
$3,000. The bishopat that time,
Bishop Allen, donated $1,500
for the construction, and the
remainder was raised by four
members of the community.
One of the most interesting
stories told concerned Mr.
Tapper's first job, that of a
soda jerk, ,in drugstore,
which was located across the
street from Lawson's Hotel.
"Every Sunday afternoon, a
young 'blade from Apalachi-
cola drove over in his road-
ster as he was courting one of
ou- St. Joe belles. They would
drive up to the drugstore, and
in those days, you had curb
service. Every Sunday they
would order the same thing,
two .banana splits. As I set
their tray on the side of the
car, he always put a quarter
on the tray, 10 cents each for
the splits, and a nickel tip for
me. You may not think a
nickel tip is much, but in those
days, it was a lot. Those two
were Ida Ethel Kilbourn and
Charles Browne. And they
were the first couple married
in the new church building, 49
years ago."
The meeting was enjoyed by
all in attendance, and con-
cluded with a short business
meeting. New members wel-
comed into the Garden Club
were Alice Kunel and Mabel
Trollop.
Hostesses for the covered
dish luncheon were Helen
Baldwin and Shirley Ramsey.


Wewahitchka Woman's Club


Hosts District II Meeting


Wewahitchka's branch of
the Florida Federal of
Woman's Clubs hosted the
District II meeting Tuesday,
Jan. 10, at the First United
Methodist Church fellowship
hall. The meeting, attended by
area presidents and C.I.P.'s,
was hosted by Mrs. R. L.
Kierian and her assistants.
The informal luncheon
meeting accented the theme of
"Wewa, Home of Tupelo
Honey". The tables were dec-
orated with hurricane lamps
surrounded by boxwood,
accented with camellias -and
bees:. Refreshments were
served during the early morn-
ing registration. Mrs. Ruth
Kelly rendered a piano ar-
rangement while the guests
registered.
A delicious lunch was eh-
joyed by those in attendance.
Those attending included:
Mrs. Joe Daniell, Sr., District
Director, Mrs. Nita Hewett
and Mrs. Eleanor Bozkin of
Chattahoochee; Mrs. Emma-
lee Trawick, Mrs. Nell Rob-
erts, Mrs. Shirley Jennings,
Mrs. Margie. Sanganee and
Mrs. Marge Hargrove, all of
Chipley; Mrs. J. T. Boyette,
Mrs. J. W. Watts, Mrs. Tom
Haney, Mrs. Betty Owens,
Mrs. John Reavers and Mrs.
C. C. Moore, all of Panama

Auxiliary
There will be a meeting of
the Municipal Hospital Auxil-
iary Friday at 9:00 a.m., in the
conference room at the
hospital.
All members are urged to
attend


City. Also attending were:
Mrs. Joanne Price, Mrs.
Madge Wooley, all of Grace-
ville; Mrs. Margaret Vipper-
man, Mrs. Edith Griffith, Mrs.
Boots Tate, all of Marianna;
Mrs. Howell of Quiney. Mem-


bers of the Wewahitchka club
attending were: Mrs. R. L.
McKiernan, Mrs. Dorothy
Griffin, Mrs. Ruth Kelly, Mrs.
Estella Parramore, Mrs.
Rachel Griffin and Mrs. Min-
nie Brown.


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SDebbie Danlene Kelly

SEngagement

.Announced


S: Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelly Jr.
pof Highland View wish to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Debbie
Danlene, to David Stanley
:'Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
:.=Norman M. Martin of St. Joe
RBeach:
Debbie is the granddaughter
of Mrs. Eula M. Mixon and
Mr. Doss Kelly Sr., both of
--Dothan, Al. and Mrs. Lillie
:;Strickland of Panama City.
SDavid is the grandson of Mr.
: and Mrs. Norman G. Martin of
:rPort St. Joe, and Mr. Virgile
,::Pate of Blountstown.
: Wedding plans for the
E couple will be announced at a
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1978 PAGE FIVE


Reflections of Life In



:Port St. Joe In Past Year


By Shirley Ramsey
"It has always been my
dream to come to the
United States ever since I
was a small child, and it
has been the best money
I've ever spent coming
here," says Diana Mon-
Steiro, a 17-year-
old Brazilian exchange
student.
Iliana's opportunity to
visit the United States
came when she passed
tests in Brazil making her
eligible~i-bpan exchange
studenK After sending out
resumes of herself to ex-
change programs all over
the United States, and re-
ceiving resumes from
them, she chose Port St.
Joe as her host city.
Mrs. Frances Chason ad-
ministers the exchange
program for Port St. Joe,
and liana is one of three
Brazilian students who
have visited here. The,
other two students left for
home after a l"ew months
here.
In.talking with Iliana
earlier this week, she was
reluctant to go home. "In
the year I've been here,
everyone has been so nice
to me, I've grown to love
the people, the town and
the United States. I've
made so many friends, and
I hate to leave them.
"Mrs. Minnie Howell, my
hostess, has been so won-
derful to me that I call her
'Mama'. My thanks to her
for opening her home so
graciously and warmly to
me for the past year."
Iliana left on, her trip'
back to Sao Paulo, Brazil,
yesterday (Wednesday),
and will bewelcomed home
by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geraldo Monteiro.
Her father is president of
the restaurant and broad-
casting unions of Brazil.
"One of the biggest
things I liked about Port St.
SJoe. was the -warmth of
A feeling in a small town,
knowing everybody. My
hometown, Sao Paulo, the
largest port,' n Brazil, has
nine million' people, and
looks much like Miami
Beach."
Asking her to compare
the two countries, here are


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.giggly person, even though
she is now head librarian at
Berrian Country Library in
Nashville, Ga.
Those who remember Noe
Snow she isn't the type you
usually associate as thelib-
rarian type, whose only goal in
life is order through the
Dewey Decimal System. Noe,
complete with swinging pony-
tail and bluejeans, presides
over the. County Library,
located near Macon, Ga..
Noe, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Smith of
Port St. Joe, is a homemaker,
in addition to her duties as a
librarian. She is married to
Walt Dickson, and is the
mother of a first-grader, Jen-
nifer. She attended Valdosta
State College, where she
majored in art. She is also a
member of the First Metho-
dist Church of Nashville, and
is active in the Nashville
Woman's Club.

Steversons

Have Birthdays
Jason and Felisha Stever-
son, ages two and four, cele-
brated their birthdays with a
Raggedy Ann and Andy party
,at their home Monday.
Helping to celebrate were
Dale and Teresa Evenson,
Trent West, Chris and Shelly
.' Raffield, Michael Whitfield,
Mary Ruth Woods, and their
brother and sister, Michael
and Debra.
Traditional birthday cake,
in the Raggedy Ann &.Andy
theme, ice cream, and cookies
were enjoyed during the cele-
bration.


a few of her remarks.
Brazil and the United
States are both large coun-
tries (Brazil has 150 mil-
lion people) and have dif-
ferent cultures in various
parts, just as the Nortl and
South differ in the U.S.
"The role of women is
very different. Women in
Brazil can be professional
people, but when they mar-
ry, they are expected to
stay home and care for
their families. Young girls
are freer to date here; at
home my. parents would
ask, 'Who is he, who are his
parents, what'does he do,
etc., etc."
Schools in both countries
offer basically the same
curriculum, but the way
-.they're offered is differ-
ent.-In Bi courses a
year are"taiken, five each
day. You must pass at least
10 of these to pass; if nht,
you have to repeat the
entire year, not-just the
courses you failed.. After
graduation, you may go to
a university or to trade


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Evangelist Speaking Scouts to Plant Dogwoods
In observance of Arbor Day encouraged to attend.
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Mrs. Fran Harrison, writer
and speaker, will be at the
First United Methodist Church
of Mexico Beach tonight and
Friday. Jan. 19 and 20. Night-
ly services are at 6:00 C.S.T.
and Bible Study will be held
Thursday and Friday morn-
ings at 10:00 C.S.T. The
Church is located on 22nd St.
SThe pastor, Charles M. Par-
ker, and the members cordial-
ly invite the public to attend
these meetings. The nursery
will be open for children three
years old and under.
Mrs. Harrison is a spirit-
filled woman whose ministry
is compared to that of Kath-
leen 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."


S. had to post a $1,000 bond
,"" before I could get my visa,
and have proof of my ac-
ceptance here at Port St.
Joe High School. If I did not
return, the authorities
would use my bond to look
for me, and return me to
Brazil. The only way I
could remain here would be
*to marry."
She pointed out that this
Criteria only existed for
non-professionals: ;a pro
fessional person who has a
job opportunity in the Unit-
ed States is free to leave
Brazil. The authorities
wish their citizens to be an
asset to whatever country
they visit, rather than be-
ing troublemakers.
"Our governments dif-
fer. Our Congress, the
Senate and the House of
Representatives are the
only elected officials in the
country. The Congress sel-
ects the President, this is to
insure that no Commun-
ists are elected, because
Communism is so wide-
spread in most South
American countries. If you
are found out to be a Com-
munist in Brazil, you sim-
ply disappear, never to be
schools. There are many heard from again. Crimi-
technical schools, but few nals are given the same
universities, so the compet- treatment."
ition to get in is keen. What- "But the most exciting
ever field you are going and best thing that has
into, you Imust take one happened to me since
year of subjects to pre- coming to Port St. Joe, has
pare yQu for it, much like a been becoming a Baptist
junior college. When you and member of the Long
finally reach the univer- Avenue Baptist Church. My
sity, you 'still have either Christian life has become
four or five, years of study so important to me, that I
to get your degree. Iliana is am eager to share my new
going into pre-law upon her faith with my friends in
return home. Brazil."
"Brazil is a fast-growing, In closing, Iliana invites
developing country. Every everyone to visit her in
major U.S. corporation and Brazil. "Americans are
industry is represented in welcomed with open arms
Brazil, and have manufac- in Brazil. In fact, we have a
turning facilities there. Any city in which nothing but
imported goods must pay a Americans live, 'Ameri-
high import tax, because cana'. There are many
Brazilian officials want you American exchange stu-
to buy ,Brazljiap n oods. 'denets in Brazil, far, movie ,
Almost everything needed'- than Brazilian students
in our country is made here."
there. If all of America's visit-
"Because Brazil is deve- ors took home such a warm
loping so fast, they want feeling for the United
the youth of the country to States, Americans would
remain there. In order to be welcome all over the
come to the United States, I world.


EMS r iriua~Jy, Ineinvers 01
Girl Scouts will gather at the
Garden Center to plant dog-
woods. The girls will be super-
vised in their planting by
members of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club.
The planting ceremonies
will take place at 3:00 Friday,
and all members of the Gar-
den Club and Girl Scouts are


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this oppor-
tunity to extend our heart-
felt thanks to members of the
St. Joseph's Catholic Church,
and the people of Port St. Joe
who were so thoughtful during
the illness and death of oUr
wife and mother, Vera Lowry.
Charles Lowry
and Family


FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday School ........................ 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship Service ............. 11:00 A.M.
Church Training ...................... 6:15 P.M.
Evening Worship Services ............ 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Meeting (Wed.) ............... 7:00 P.M.

"Come and Worship God with Us"


S statement of



condition


Assets


Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real Estate ..................... $8,001,850.83
All Other Loans ....................... .. ...................... ...... 127,432.34
Real Estate Owned and In Judgment ..... ........................... -
Loans and Contracts Made to Facilitate Sale of Real Estate .......... 23,037.56
Cash on Hand and in Banks .................... .................... 673,623.57
I.Investments and Securities .............................. ......... 83,925.00
Fixed Assets Less Depreciation ........ .'.'. ..... ........ ......... 32,892.91'
Deferred Charges and Other Assets ................... .......... 2,035,998.49
TOTAL ASSETS ..... ...... .. ......... ... .... .............. $10,978,760.60



Liabilities and Net Worth

Savings Accounts .......... .................... ............ ....$ 9,857,485.06
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ...........................
Other Borrowed Money ....... ......................................
Loans In Process .............. ... ... .............................. 33,700.00
Other Liabilities ........................................ ..... ........ 70,225.68
Specific Reserves ...................................... .. .. -
General Reserves ........................................... .......... 518,089.94
Surplus.......... ................ ...... ................. .,2499,259.92
TOTAL LIABILITIES and NET WORTH ............................ $10,978,760.60


DIRECTORS


OFFICERS
C. G. COSTING. SR...President; CECIL G.
COSTIN. JR.. Executive Vice-President and
Attorney: FRANK HANNON, Vice-Presi-
dent: CHARLES J. STEVENS, JR., Secre-
tary-Treasurer: ELOYCE PRATT, Asst.
Secretary-Treasurer and Bookkeeper.


C. G. COSTIN, SR., CECIL G. COSTIN,
JR.. FRANK HANNON, DAVID B. MAY, E.
F. GUNN. GEORGE G. TAPPER, FOREST
A. REVELL, M. BROOKS HAYES and
DWIGHT MARSHALL, JR.



OTHER PERSONNEL
Marion P. Williams ........ Office Secretary
Carolyn M. Young .................. Teller
Ruth W. Patterson ................. Teller


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY


Sharks Go 2-1


: Virginia Ilarrison, in photoatleft. helps her class with a Re olutionary War skit. In the photo
.' at right. Margaret Riggs. hack center, helps two students. -Star photos


Mrs. Biggs, Mrs. Harrison Picked

:for Delta Kappa Gamma Membership


:. Two Port St. Joe teachers,
I-Margaret Key Biggs and Vir-
.gina Swatts Harrison, will be
2 nducted into membership of
the Delta Kappa Gamma Soc-
. iety International this Satur-
day, Jan. 21. The day will be
. .another red letter day for the
Beta Beta Chapter, as seven
.new members will be initiated


into the chapter at the Holi-
day Lodge in Panama City.
The meeting begins at 9:30
CST and concludes with a
luncheon.
Mrs. Biggs has taught Eng-
lish in the local high school for
20 years. Mrs. Harrson has
divided her time between the
high school and Port St. Joe


Elementary School. where she
is currently teaching Eng-
lish.in the sixth grade.
Other teachers to be ini-
tiated are as follows: Sylvia
Creel. Sarah Jackson, Ange-
line Manning, all of Panama
City: Margaret Addison of
Wewahitchka: and Ethelle
Stonf'bf Blountstown.


In Busy
On Thursday night, the
Blountstown Tigers came to
St. Joe. winning by two points
on a last-second shot. Final
score: 64-62. Blountstown
The Sharks were behind,
had. at the half-time, follow-
ing the Tigers. 39-24 A big
second half nearly bought the
Sharks their second win of the
season over the always tough
Tigers
Terry Larry led the Shark
attack with 19 points. Chuck
Pollock added 12 points and
his little brother. Chip put 11
through the nets Curt Garrett
and Steve Jackson each had 19
for the Tigers.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 14 10 18 20-62
Blountstown 18 21 12 13-64
BLOUNTSTOWN Garrett
83-19. Jackson. 3-1-7: Sim-
mons. 5.0-10: Jackson, 8-3-19;
Robinson. 1-1-3. D Robinson.
1-0-2
PORT ST JOE-Thomas,
3-0-6 Larry. 8-3-19. Riley,
5-0-10. L Pollock. 5-2-12: C.
Pollock. 4-3 11. Rouse, 2-0-4.

Monday night, the Sharks
jumped out to a 15-12 lead
after the first quarter and led
the rest of the way to defeat
the Mosley Dolphins of Pana-
ma City. 68-58
The Dolphins managed a
rally in the third period, but it
wasn't enough to overcome
the Shark lead.
Robert Thomas was on top


Week
in the scoring department for
the Sharks, zipping the nets
with 26 big points. Cleveland
Riley had 14 and Chuck Pol-
lock 10.
Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe 15 16 17 20-68
Mosley 12 11 22 13-58
PORT ST. JOE-Thomas.
12-2-26: Larry.. 2-3-7: Riley.
7-0-14: Chip Pollock. 3-3-9:
Chuck Pollock, 5-0-10: Watts.
1-0-2.
MOSLEY-Reed. 5-0-10:
Craft, 3-0-6: Kelly, 6-3-15:
Rogers. 3-0-6: Clayton, 6-1-13;
Donar. 2-0-4: Pittman, 0-2-2.

Tuesday night, the Sharks
bumped the Bay High Torna-
does with a late last quarter
surge. 56-51. for the second
time this season.
The last half was played
pretty evenly. but the sharp
shooting of Terry Larry and
Larry ,Thomas gave the
Sharks their advantage to win
the game.
Thomas paced the Sharks
with 16 points, followed by
Chip Pollock with 13 and
Cleveland Riley with 10.
Bay High's attack was led
by Hanson with 15 points.
PORT ST. JOE-Thomas,
8-0-16: Larry. 3-3-9: Riley,
2-6-10: L. Pollock, 3-7-13; C.
Pollock. 4-0-8.
BAY HIGH-L. Roulhac,
1-2-4: Hill. 3-1-7: Sudduth,
5-1-11: E. Roulhac, 4-0-8; Han-
son, 7-1-15: Lyndholm, 3-0-6.


Wewa Gators Have Two Easy Games


Ry Dean Modling
This week's two games for
-the varsity Galors were easy
ones and served two purposes.
-First, they allowed everyone
on the team to play and
:.-second. the Gators. got over
F.the 500 mark again.
I' In the first game. the Gators
"-vere at home against the
Panama City Christian Cru-
saders. After a particularly
-good third quarter, the Gators
:were victorious. 64-34.


The game was in question
during the first quarter. and
the lead exchanged hands
several times. Wewa emerged
with a one-point lead, 15-14
But the other three quarters
were all Gators The only
thing that went wrong was
Lewis Wright missing a dunk.
The junior varsity won eas-
ily 58-24 and the junior high
won 28-19.
Wewa- 15 20 16 13-64
PCC- 14 10 0 10-34


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S The Wednesday Night
Ladies League met on
:January 11.
On lanes one and two,
Apalach Selects won three
games from Container Div.
.Kathy Chumney led Selects
with a 138 game and 361 series.
Lila Gibson bowled a 141 game
,and 385. series for Container
S Div.
SOn lanes three and four,
'Pepsi Cola won three games
,from Murphy's. Pat Natch-
~ichein led Pepsi Cola with a
168 game and 449 series. Janet
.Murphy bowled a 155 game
and 422 series for Murphy's.'
S On lanes five and six, St. Joe
Furniture won three games
$rom Cow Girls. Faye Capps
bowled a 183 game and Bertha
Clayton a 488 series for St. Joe
Furniture. Mary Murray
(Sub) led Cow Girls with a 158
game and Pat Hutchinson a
p95 series.


On lanes seven and eight,
Renfro won three games from
Fla. Bank. Syd Taylor led
Renfro with a 156 game and
Cathy Howell a 421 series.
Chris Lightfoot bowled a 148
game and 398 series for Fla.
Bank. Alice J. Martin picked
up a 6-7 split.
STANDINGS W L
St. Joe Furn. 44/2 19%/
Pepsi Cola 42 22
Fla. Bank 40 24
Renfro 33 31
Murphy's 31 33
Container Div. 30 34
Bowen's Cow Girls 18 46
Apalach Selects 17% 46/2

The Thursday Night Ladies
League met at St. Joe Bowling
Lanes on January 12.
On lanes one and two, St.
Joe Tel. and Tel. won four
games from Raffelds. For St.
Joe Tel. and Tel., Norma
Hobbs had a high game of 137


Against Carrabelle on
Thursday night, the Gators
got basket-happy and blew the
Green-Devils off the court with
a 94-35 score.
The game was never close
with Wewa outscoring them
by more than 10 points in
every quarter.
The JV's also had an easy
time. winning 46-21
Wewa- 24 22 23 25-94
Carrabelle-6 II 10 8-35
The C team played in Sneads


and high series of 411. Gracie
Schutz was tops for Raffields
with a 136 high game and 369
high series.
On lanes three and four, the
Wonder Bar won four games
from. the Playgirls. Diane
Whitfield led the Wonder Bar
tearrwith a 184 high game and
461 high series. Mary Murray
was tops for the Playgirls with
a 151 high game and 411 high
series.
Onlanes five and six, H. V.
Motors won four games from
the Surefoots. Sandra Brock
was tops for H. V. Motors with
a 171 high game and 432 high
series. Hanna Justice led the
Surefoots with a 135 high.game
and 363 high series.
On lanes seven and eight,
the Kats won three games
from Ralph and Henry's.
EleAder~:Williams had a 204
high game and Jo O'Barr had
a 496 high series for the Kats.
Dereama Kent was tops for
Ralph.,and Henry's with, a 143
high game and 363 high series.


STANDINGS'

H. V. Motors
Williams Alley Kats
St. Joe Tel. and Tel.
Ralph and Henry's
Raffields
Playgirls
Surefoots
Wonder Bar


W L


Thursday and lost.
The B and C teams played
next at home versus Everett
Junior High. It took a strong
fourth quarter comeback to tie
the game and win in overtime.
The C team was not able to
come back and dropped their
second straight.
The B team's record is 7-5,
while the C team's is 3-4.
This was the first week for
the Lady Gators to play. It
was their first game. and it


Open

House
Personnel of the St. Joe
Papermiakers Federal Credit
Union look on as Robert
Nobles. second from left. cuts
the ribbon, marking the open
house of the new facility. Open
house was held on Tuesday of
this week. giving members of
the credit union a chance to
tour and inspect the new
offices on Fifth Street.
Shown from left are: Sherry
Taylor. Steve Macomber. Mr.
Nobles. Harold Quackenbush.
Debbie Earley and Edith
Smith. Star photo


showed, being beaten by
Sneads, 54-19.
Their second game was
closer. Against Greensboro on
friday, the Lady Gators lost
26-23. A lot of credit must be
given to Coach Larry Mathes
and the girls on the improve-
ment.


Schools Take

Pause for

New Semester
I fonda., January 23rd, is
a student holiday in all Gulf
County schools. Teachers
and administrators will be
on duty evaluating student
performance and wrapping
up first semester book-
keeping tasks.
School will resume for
students on Tuesday, Jan-
uary 24th.



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SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:4 A.M.
WORSH IP SERVICES ..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WE E K PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


Nursery Provided


Rev. William N. Stephens,
Pastor


I


PoI-t St..Itoe High Schoiol faculty members (olbert and .Lamar Faison look over post-high
Sa ra Iiley. (;uidance Counselor. Kesley planning material. -Star photo


Teachers Inspect Material


Coach Colbert, Mr. Faison,
and Mrs. Riley schn informa-
tion that was circulated this.
week to seniors concerning
"guidelines for post-high
planning". Such information
was circulated mainly
through P.A.D,. and DCT
classes. Other seniors re-
ceived information through
individual sessions.
Mrs. Riley, Senior Coun-
selor, has already met earlier
during the school year with
seniors to emphasize pro-
cedures and deadlines for
completing post high forms.
This week's information is


FIRE DEPT. ORGANIZING
There will be an organiza-
tional meeting of the Beaches
Volunteer Fire Department
tonight (Thursday) at seven
o'clock at the Beach Baptist
Chapel.
The purpose of the meeting
will be to elect officers for the
newly formed department. All
interested parties are invited
and urged to attend.


only supplementary to prior the guidelines and see that
sessions, appropriate forms are com-.
Parents are urged to read pleted and mailed as directed.



PARENT EFFECTIVENESS

WORKSHOP

ADD to your skills as a parent.
DECREASE conflict with your children.
HELP your child develop.

SECOND SESSION
BEGINS: Thursday, January 19,
at 7:00 p.m.
LENGTH: Eight sessions.
PLACE: Guidance Clinic,
311 Williams Ave., Port St. Joe.
COST: $3.00 per session (includes materials
For More
Information and Registration,

Call 227-1145


PATE'S SERVICECENTER


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Recreation Programs


Starting

BIDDY BASKETBALL
This afternoon, the Celtics
will face the Rockets and the
Knicks will be up against the
Pistons at 2:45 p.m. Games
will be held in the elementary
school gym. Tuesday, Jan. 24,
the Celtics play the Knicks
and the Pistons square up
against the Rockets, with
game time at 2:45.
GYMNASTICS
Gymnastics for girls also
begins today at 3:30 at the
Centennial Building. Registra-
tion.can be made the first day


Up This Week

of class, with fee for the es are offered on Monday,
course at $8.00 per month, and Tuesday nights from 5:15-
Anyone interested should be at 6:15, and on Thursday from
the Centennial Building this 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The course is
afternoon to sign up and be being held in the Centennial
placed in an appropriate Building, with fees at $5.00 per
group. Instructor for the month.
course will be Jennifer Hen- CHURCH BASKETBALL
drix, of Carter's School of The church basketball lea-
Gymnastics in Panama City. gue meets on Monday nights
SLIMNASTICS at 7:00 p.m. in the elementary
Slimnastics for women is school gym.
.being offered three days a For further information,
week, with morning classes on contact the Gulf County Re-
Monday, Wednesday and Fri- creation Department, upstairs
day, 9:00-10:00. Evening class- in City Hall, phone 229-6119.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1978


PAGE SEVEN


Useful Toll Free Telephone Numbers


Many government agencies
and private businesses main-
tain toll-free telephone lines so
their clients or customers can
call them for information or
help.
Some of the numbers are
listed below.
Department of Agriculture,
Division of Consumer Ser-
vices, for consumer com-
plaints, 800-342-2176.
Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services pro-
gram information, 800-342-
0825.
Child-Adult Abuse, to report


abuse including incidents in
facilities for the elderly, 800-
342-9152.
Florida Public Service Com-
.mission, for utilities informa-
tion, complaints, 800-342-3552.
Veterans' Information, 800-
282-8821.
Internal Revenue Service,
800-342-8300.
Blind Services, 800-342-1828.
Comprehensive Cancer Cen-
ter, for information in Eng-
lish, 800-432-5953.
Comprehensive Cancer Cen-
ter, for information in Span-
ish, 800-432-5955.


Medicaid Information, 800-
342-5750.
Mental Health Information,
800-342-1821.
Interstate Commerce Com-
mission, to report problems
with moving companies, 800-
432-4537.
National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration, auto-
mobile defects information,
before you buy. 800-424-9393.
Housing Discrimination
Hotline, 800-424-8590.
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, 800-342-1676.
Federal Flood Insurance,


800-424-8872. 8780.
Commodities Futures Trad-
Solar Heating and Cooling, ing Commission, 800-424-9838.
800-523-2929. National Runaway Switch-
Crime Insurance, 800-638- board, 800-621-4000.

Weekend of Revival Planned

At White City Assembly of God


There will be a weekend
revival at the White City
Assembly of God Church this
weekend, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday nights, Jan. 20, 21,
and 22nd at 7:30 p.m.


Sam Spence and the Spen-
Taytions will be ministering.

The Pastor, Rev. Bobby
Taylor, invites everyone to
attend these special services.


AM A A.I I I
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


SFor Rent or Sale: 1973 Dol-
Sphin mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1
Sbath, cen. heat & air, com-
Spletely furnished and carpet-
ed. Call 229-8456. tfc 1-19

Will demolish buildings or
garages for the material.
Phone 229-402, Woodie Busby.
tfc 1-12

i Large, portable steam
'cleaner, 1 30-gal. drum soap.
S228 7th St., Port St. Joe.
2tp 1-12

8' x 45' trailer, 1 BR with
hide-a-way couch. Good cond.
$1,800.00. Will finance part to
responsible party. Also 8' x 24'
trailer for rent. See Vic Burke
in White City. 229-8118.
3tc 1-12


12' x 60' 1977 Vega mobile
,* home, two bedrooms, one
bath, central heat, completely
furnished except for master
bedroom. Equity.apd take up
.tpyment. ..Fjio tn fornma-
' tion call 229-6570 after 5:00.
2te 1-12

1973 Honda motorcycle, ex-
cellent cond. $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 for Children,
Self-Help Edition for the Liv-
ing Bible. The Star, 306 Wil-
liams 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-$5.00 and un-
der. For appointment, call 227-
1311. tfc 12-15

15" RCA portable TV, exc.
cond. $50. 648-5332. tfe 12-15

Firewood for sale. $50.00 per
Struck load. Call 229829.
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

New 5 h.p. rotor tiller, $200:
1974 Honda 360, 4,000 miles,
$550.648-5214. 2tp 1-19

FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert
648-5047
tfc 7-15

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

Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Htwy. 98, HV, 229-600i,

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


Onihur



E. B. MILLER REALTY


W ere Here ForYou.
Each office is independently owned and operated.


PORT ST. JOE


OPEN
For Your Inspection

2112 Long Ave.
Sunday,

Jan. 22nd
1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Come see this excellent
well-built home. At $49,500,
Port St. Joe may never sepa
bbUter Way' Gitenpppp..
value, $55,820.00.

2 Wooded lots, chain link
fence, 3 bdrms, 2 baths,
oversize den, garage work-
shop. Plenty of privacy. 815
Woodward 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.


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

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

-idr ,m, 2 bathr,;arge Iig
room. Carpeted thruout.
Fenced yard patio area off
living room. Price reduced.
106 Bellamy Circle.

21 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
bath house with drapes.
Window a-c., screen porch.
150 ft. frontage, 110ft. deep.
202 Bayview Drive.

3 Bdrms 1 bath recently


built home on two nice lots
adjoining Elementary
School. Stove & drapes.
Carpeting and vinyl flooring
throughout. 104 Victoria
Ave.


DOUGLAS LANDING


How about a getaway place
"A" frame brick and wood
electric heat. "Cite as a
$17,500.


for weekends? Brand new
construction. 3 bdrm 1 bathi
bug" on lovely wooded lot.


COMMERCIAL
For Sale or Lease-Excellent store location. 222 Reid
Ave. $30,000 rent 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 1
baths. 2 blocks from beach'
on large wooded lot. 1st St.,
Mexico Beach.


ldon B. Miller, Realtor

- Patty Miler, Associate


648-5011


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

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 porch and car-
port. Phone 648-5614 after 4
p.m.
4tp 1-12

New brick home,. 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
large garage. Call 229-6979
after six p.m. tfc9-22

75' x 115' zoned lot at Mexico
Beach. Phone 229-2763. tfc 8-25

3 bedroom masonrylhome at
St. Joe Beach, 2 full baths,
dining room, large living,
kitchen and den with fire-
place. 1,800 sq. ft. living area.
150' x 180' lot. Call 648-5457.
tfc 11-3

3 BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
Palm Blvd. For information
call 227-1112. tfc 11-4

Cottage, 2 BR, 2nd Ave.,
Highland View, corner lot,
$5,000 firm. 648-5332. tfc 12-15

3 bedroom house with nice
family 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


A triangular lot on north-
side of Highway 71, opposite
courthouse. Zoned light in-
dustrial, contains appox.
9700 sq. ft. with 237 ft. on
4-lane highway. A good buy
at $8.000.

Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
large utility room, living
room and den, central air &
heat, on 1' 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?
We 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


Say You Saw

It In The Star I


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.

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.


STATEMENT OF
NONDISCRIMINATION
St. Joseph Telephone & Tele-
graph Co. has filed with the
Federal Government a Com-
pliance Assurance in which it
assures the Rural Electrifica-
tion Administration that it will
comply fully with all require-
emtns of Title VI of the Civil
Rights Act of 1964 and the
-Rules and Regulations-of- he
Department of Agriculture
issued thereunder, to the end
that no person in the United
States shall, on the ground of
race, color, or national origin,
be excluded from participa-
tion in, be denied the benefits
of, or be otherwise subjected
to discrimination in the con-
duct of its program and the
operation of its facilities. Un-
der this Assurance, this organ-
ization is committed notto dis-
criminate against any person
on the ground of race, color or
national origin in its policies
and practices relating to ap-
plications for service or any
other policies and practices
relating to treatment of bene-
ficiaries and participants in-
cluding rates, conditions and
extension of service, use of
any of its facilities, atten-
dance at and participation in
any meetings of beneficiaries
and participants or the exer-
cise of any rights of such
beneficiaries and participants
in the conduct of the opera-
tions of this organization.
Any person who believes
himself, or any specific class
of individuals, to be subjected
by this organization to dis-
crimination prohibited by
Title VI of the Act and the
Rules and Regulations issued
thereunder may, by himself or
a representative, file with
the Secretary of Agriculture,
Washington, D.C. 20250, or the
Rural Electrification Ad-
ministration, Washington,
D.C. 20250, or this organiza-
tion, or all, a written com-
plaint. Such complaint must
be filed not later than 180 days
after the alleged discrimina-
tion, or by such later date to
which the Secretary of Agri-
culture or the Rural Electri-
fication Administration ex-
tends the time for filing. Iden-
tity of complaintants will be
kept confidential except to the
extent necessary to carry out
the purposes of the Rules and
Regulations.




^^^^^^^


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

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


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

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







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
' i -


1976 Vega, 23,700 miles, one
owner. Take up payments.
648-8945. 2tc 1-19

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

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







Wanted: GCCC Understand-
ing Art textbook, "Art To-
day". Also GCCC textbooks
for sale: Biology, Lab, and
English 101.229-6336. Itp 1S
-7


SERIE


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 229-6447
tfc 9-20


Painting & Remodeling
Reasonable Rates
Free 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 229-757
tfc 5-9
FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-018
tfc 3-31


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


3 BR furnished house at St. "y 'a
Joe Beach. 648-5873. tfc 12-29 line of
.. .. Fishing Tackle
For Rent: 3 bedroom, 1 bath
furnished house at Beacon Hurlbut Supply
Hill. Call 229-6961. tfc 11-10 306 Reid Ave.


WHITFIELD'
POWER CLEAN
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plum
Repairs
Houses or Any Buildiq
2298715


ALLEN'S CABIN
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture,
etc.
Call 229-8476


Psychological Serv
anyone with problem
to-day living. Gulf
Guidance Clinic, Port
227-2691. (24 hr.)

REPAIRS
Aluminum screens an


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

r.
BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for information.
24 kuy
Also ,
Offering: vo
52tp 7-14 su""


For Cble 'V
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


'S ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
[ING Machine Work- Welding::
506 First Street
nbing Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day -
ngs every day

tfc 10-13 Private instructions on
clarinet, sax and other wood-
ETS winds. Hour or -hour lessons
available. Contact 229-6676 fr0
further information. Donald
vanities, Durham. tfc 9-59


tfc 12-1 Complete Wood Shop
S Custom Cut Lumber
prices for Want to Do It Yourself?
s in day- Then come see us for Stai#-
County ley tools, hardware, paneling,
t St. Joe. paint, lumber.
tfe 4-28 Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy. 98W. 227-1763
nddqors, 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 229-017 or
229-6530
tfc 9-1


"Ithink it wos something I ate."



ki! .: gs for
up to six months,
and sves you about $100 yorly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with,'
purchase of Rid-A-Bug .
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe Florida


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PAGE EIGHT


WITH, / 7r' \

GOOD HEALTH
S ...and yourgood health is the most
important concern of your Rexall
Pharmacist. You can-rely on him for
prompt, courteous attention to all
our drug and prescription needs...
wheneveryou call!

YOUR RA.z PHARMACY


PUZZETT'S
DRUGSTORE
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams
Convenient Drive-in Window
Plenty of Free Parking
...YOUR GOOD HEALTH IS
OUR MOST IMPORTANT CONCERN!



:New Arrival

S Mr. and Mrs. -Wayne G.
Braxton of 'Graceville
';-announce the arrival, of a
daughter, Ashleigh Erin, born
October 29, 1977.
Her paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
.Braxton of Port, St. Joe, and
.. : her maternal grandparents
;are Dr.' and Mrs. M. .C.
.Sanders of Milledgeville, Ga.


iss

SFlorida's Junior Miss Pro-
Sgram, an annual search to
',.discover, recognize, reward
.' and encourage excellence in
the state's first ladies of
youth, :will have its twenty-
first renewal in Pensacola
February 4-11. '
SThe 1978 program finals on
Feb. 10-11 in Pensacola's
Municipal Auditorium, will
climax a three-month quest to
determine the state's out-,
standing high school senior
girl.
An official preliminary to
the 1978 America's Junior
Miss Program, the Pensacola
event brings together 30


A Layman's View


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JAN. 19, 1978


Obsolete Textbooks

Available for Taking


After meeting certain stipu-
lations, the Gulf County School
Board is authorized by law to
dispose of obsolete textbooks
that are in such condition as to
make them unserviceable or
unsuitable for further use in
the classroom. Although not
suitable for school use. High-
land View Elementary School
has these materials that may
be of use to individuals of
other groups.
These books are free of
charge and may be seen at
Highland View Elementary
School until Friday, January
27.

Interested persons may con-
tact Howard Blick, Principal,
Highland View Elementary
School between the hours of


These two cars collided on Highway 98 at St. Joe Beach last Wednesday illegal left turn was responsible for the smash-up, which demolished the two
afternoon, injuring both drivers, the sole occupants of the cars involved. An calls involved. -Star photo



Two People Injured In Two-Car Collision
:.:*'* .: w : ,* ,^ *. ..*


Two automobiles were destroyed and two
people hurt bad enough for hospital treatment in a
two-car accident last Wednesday afternoon, on St.
Joe Beach. .
According to Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
Bill-Godwin, Mrs. Lila Brouillette was charged with
making an improper turn, causing the accident.
According to Trooper Godwin, Mrs. Brouillette
was travelling east on Highway 98. when she


. attempted to turn left into a private driveway.
Ronald Dale Ellis of Dothan, Alabama, was
headed west on Highway 98 and ,his vehicle
slammed into the left front of Mrs. Brouillette's car,
forcing it backwards from the impact. Godwin's
report showed that' Ellis skidded his brakes for 55
feet before the impact.
Both drivers were taken by Gulf County
SVolunteer Ambulance Service to Municipal Hospital


.-where both were admitted for treatment. Both
victims were kept for several. days before being
released by their doctors.
Damages to the two vehicles were estimated by
Trooper Godwin as being $1,500 to Mrs. Brouillette's
auto and $2.000 to Ellis's car.
The crash occurred about two miles west of
Highland View.


'ortner to Enter State Pageant


standard bearers of cities,.
counties and communities
from across the state to
.determine Florida's repre-
sentative in the national
program.
The wiinner, successor to
Venetia Green of Gulf Breeze
who currently carries the
crown as the state's ideal
teenage miss, will represent
the Sunshine State in the
America, Junior Miss competi-
tion in Mobile, Ala. in May.
Participants already named
to the state level of com-
petition through local and
area programs include:
Teresa Fortner of Port St. Joe.


By Billy Norris


Bible Notes


KEY WORD: SEEK, FIND
The word "seek" as found in
Sour focal passage has a decep-
tively powerful meaning. It's
a word that holds promise and
excitement to everyone who
Will act on it.
Jesus is talking in Matthew
6::33 and 7:7.
(6:,33) "But seek ye first the
kingdom of God, and His right-
,dousness, and all these things
shall be added unto you."
S(7:7) "Ask, and it shall be
given you; seek, and ye shall
find; knock, and it shall be
,:. opened unto you."
S,':".-Seek is a command word
.and unless acted upon is use-
Sless. Jesus is telling us to look
for the kingdom of God.
Let's look at Deuteronomy
4:29. It says, "But if from
' thence thou shalt seek the
Lord thy God, thou shalt find
him, if thou seek him with all
S thy heart and with all thy
'soul." The-word of God says if
we start from where we are
now (thence) and in truth
(heart and soul) seek the Lord
we SHALL find Him! He
doesn't play tricks. He wants,
us to find Him. Of course these
Verses are talking about sal-

"Savingou

money. That's
Reason No. 1 why
we should do
your taxes."






Henry W. Block
We are income tax specialists.
We ask the right questions.
We dig for every de-
duction and credit. ....'muit
to leave no stone unturned to
make sure you pay the small-
Sest legitimate tax.

HaR BLOCK
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE

116MONUMENTAVE.
PHONE 229-8536


vation but they are also talk-
ing about more. God has pro-
mised to supply every need
and good desire we have. The
condition? Seek God first,
start from there and allow
God to fill our lives.


At every level of the Junior
Miss program, local, state and
national, the presentation of
scholarships is basic. The
Florida finals competition will
reward the 1978 Florida Junior
Miss with her choice of a full
tuition' scholarship to any
Florida university, Hunting-
don -College in Montgomery,
Ala., or Columbia College in
Missouri.
Each of the four runners-up
will win a 50 percent tuition
scholarship to Columbia
College as well as savings
bonds. All state finalists will
be awarded a one-third tuition
scholarship to Huntingdon


Grid Schedule

The Sharks have four games
on their schedule for the
coming week, all but one of
which will be on the road.
Friday night, the Sharks tra-
vel to Chipley. Monday night,
they go to Apalachicola and
then to Wakulla on Tuesday
night. Next Thursday night,
the team will be at home to
Wewahitchka.


Public Notices


IN THE CIR
TEENTH JUD
STATE OF Fl
GULF COUNT
IN RE: The M
THOMAS E. S
Responden
And
BARBARA S.
Petitioner.
NO0
TO: Thomas E
71 Fourth
Ward Rid
YOU ARE H
a Petition for
has been filed
required to ser
wer or other re
Petitioner's At
.ROBERT
P
Port St.
and file the 0
Circuit Court CI
Courthouse, Po
before the 16th
you fall to do s
the relief soug
Default.
DATED this
1978.
GEORGE Y. C
Clerk of Circul
By: -s- Margar
Deputy Clerk

IN THE CIRI


CUIT COURT, FOUR. GULF COUNTY.
ICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE Case: No. 77-169
LORIDA, IN AND FOR GLEN COMBS, d-b-a
Y. GLEN'S CABINET SHOP,
marriage of Plaintiff,
TUCKI, Husband, vs.
t, ST. JOE PAPERMAKERS FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION and TREND CORPOR-
STUCKI, Wife, ACTION OF FLORIDA, INC., a corpora-
tion.
TWICE OF SUIT Defendants.
E. Stucki NOTICE OF ACTION
Street TO: TREND CORPORATION OF
ge, New Jersey 07075 FLORIDA, INC.,
EREBY NOTIFIED that a corporation, whose last known
Dissolution of Marriage address was:
against you and you are C P. r Box 29 3
rve a copy of your Ans. CIearwater, Florida 33517
sponse to the Petition on YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
torney: for breach of contract and money
M. MOORE, ESQ., judgment has been filed against you and
'.O. Box 248 you are required to serve a copy of your
Joe, Florida 32456 written defenses, if any, to it on Honor.
Original thereof in the able Cecil G. Costin, Jr., plaintiff's
lerk's Office, Gulf County attorney, whose address is 221 Reid
rt St. Joe, Florida, on or Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
day of February, 1978. If before February 20, 1978, and file the
o, a Final Judgment for original with the Clerk of this Court
ght may be granted by either before service oh plaintiff's
attorney or immediately'thereafter;
the 12th day of January, otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
ORE, the Complaint.
t Court WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
ret B. Core, Court on the 17th day of January, 1978.
4t 1.19 GEORGE Y. CORE,
As Clerk of the Court
By: -s- Tomi Jo Scheffer,
CUIT COURT, FOUR- As Deputy Clerk (SEAL)
rlr. rIr lln jvJa.. ,.ArSU IeuyCek(EL


STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR


4t 1.19


See The St. Joe Boys











W no Richburg at Ralph Swatts
Tommy Thomas Tommy Thomas
Chevrolet Datsun
70w. 1th St. 243 E. 8tSh St
Paama CHy P=Man City
784i221 785-856l


College.
The Junior Miss program is
not a beauty pageant. At local,
state and national levels,
judging aims to determine
representative excellence and


achievement in several areas,
to determine the well-rounded
individual with the-personality
and promise to serve as an
able spokesman for her
generation.


Individual areas of judging
and importance are: youth
fitness, creative and peiform-
ing arts, poise and appear-
ance, scholastic achievement,
and judges interview.


-. y. ", : : .: .. *,


9:00 A.M.- 2:00 P.M.


Gregg On GC

Dean's List

Jim Gregg of Port St. Joe
has been named to the Dean's
List for Gulf Coast Com-
munity College for the fall
semester, announced Frank
Eiseman, Dean of Students.
Mr. Gregg was named to the
list for his achievement in
academic studies.
E. g..


Stephens Memorial Service

All Types Cemetery Work


301 15th Street
PORT ST. JOE, FLA. 32456


Rep.:
CHARLES H. STEPHENS


Phone 229-3032


First United

Methodist Church
-!
Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
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' PAGE TEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19. 197R




FFS Offers Seedlings


S Friday, January 20, is
S Arbor Day in Florida.
Sr The Panama Djstrict, Divi-
;ion of Forestry, will offer



SPublic
SORTAXDEEO
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
JACK PRIDGEON, the thoder of tie
tollowihg certificates has filed said
: certificates for a tax deed to be issued
S thereon. The certificate numbers and
years of issuance, the description of the
property, and the names In which it was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 1, Year of Issuance.
,. ." W1975; and Certificate NO. 1, Year of
Issuance, 1977. Description of Property:
.Lots 1 and 3. Block 16, Beacon Hill
;Subdivision.
S:. Name in which assessed: Phillip
;. Clymer, m804 Woodall Apt.. 3, Norfolk,
Virginia.
All of said property being in the
County of Gulf, State of Florida.
SUnless such certiicale or certificates
;Shall be redeemed according to law the
"property described in such certficale or
Ccertilicates will be sold to the highest
bidderr at the cOurt house door on the 13th
S. day of February, 1978, at 11:00 a.m. ,,
"Dated this lIlh day of January, 1971.
: .:. George Y. Core,
: Clerk of Circuit Court of '
:Gulf County. Florida
.- .,tcl-l
'' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O4 TIHE
-STATE OF FLORIDA, IN'ANp FOR
-' GULF COUNTY.
-IN RE. The Marriage of
JOHNNIE FRANK CAPHART,
.-Husband, Respondent.
-And
QERALDINE THOMAS CAPH T,.
Wile. Peoitioner
J NOTICE OF SUlIt .'
o JOhnnie Frank Capharl
.. : c- Mamie Caphar
Rt"'t. Box' 151
Cottonwood; Alabajia 36320
SYOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Petition lor Dissolullon of Marriage
has been filed against yol ild you are
rkqulred to:serve a copy oryour Answer
:o7 other response to tle Petition On
:Eelitoner's Allorney. i e
S ROBERT M.MOORE SOP..
: P 0. 80x248
Port St Joe.Fla. 32456
n : a ile the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk'.L Ollce. Gull County Court
House. Port S Joe, Florida iS/6. n or
'' :blore February 9, '978. II you tail to do
S:0. a Final Judgement for Ihe relief
S :iouhl may be granted by Default
: "DATED this the 61h day of January,
:GEORGE Y. CORE
C. erk of Circuit' court
By: -s- Margaret B. Core,
Deputy Clerk 2tci-12
;' NOTICE OF INTENTTO VACATE AND
ABANDON PLAT
S TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
':NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1 eoroe G Tapper has petitioned the
Board of County Commissioners of Gull
Ij'. unty,.ftorida to vacale?~ ,pulr .or s),
dvllsloen.inown as NooeL.SUi\tisr'n;
Srecordedln Plat Book 3 al Page of tIe
S Public Records of Gull County, Florida
qna the following parts of Ward Ridge
Subdivision as follows. to wll
Unit No. I. recorded in Plat Book 2at
S Page 3 and Ward Ridge Subdivision
S Unit No. 2, recorded in Plat Book 2 at
-, ;page 4 f the Public Records of Gulf
:County, Florida, as follows:
S1. All of Bocks 5, 6 7 8of Unit No. 1;
:2. Lots 16.28 inclusive of Block 4 of
Unit No 2:
3 Lots 13 Ihrough 23 inclusive of
S Block 4 of Unit No. 2;
: 4. All of Block 5 of Unit No. 2;
:S. Allol Block60I Unl No except
Lotl 7 & 9:
,6. -Allot Blocks 7.8. 9. 10 L 11o Unit
S 'No. 2.
SAll persons having any or claiming
any interest thereinor objections thereto
shall tile the same before the 74th day ol
'January. 1978
Applicant will request the Board of
County Commissioners at its regular
mccinn at the hour of 7:00 P.M., on the
': 24th day of January, 1978, to vacate said
-plat or subdivision.,
David C. Gaskin,
P. 0. Box 185
Wowahitchka, Florida 32465 .
Attorney for Petitioner
211-12

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,
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
December, 1977 by the United States
District Court for the Northern District
of Florida, Marianna Division, in the
case above styled in favor of the Plain-
tiff, the undersigned appointed in said,
Decree will on February 16, 1978, at 2:30
S P.M., E.S.T., o'clock in front of the


seedling packets for sale
again this year on Arbor,
Day; beginning at 9:00 a.m.,
in Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, Liber-


Notices
Notices


SGulf County Courthouse door in the citv
Sof Port St. Joe, Florida, offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder for cash the following mortgaged
property, situate, lying, and being In
Gulf County, Florida, and described as
follows:
Commencing at the Northeast cor.
ner of Section 1 and running'thence
South a distanceof 70.00 feet; thence
South 88 degrees 33 minutes West-a
distance of 619.04 feet; thence South
1 degree 27 minutes East a distance -
of'332.50 feet to the point of begin-
ning; thence South 1 degree 27 rmin-
S.tes East a distance of 80.00 feet;.
thenceSouth 18 degrees 33 minutes.
West a dlstanceof 50.ofeef; thence
North I degree 27 minutes West
along the East right of way of Apollo
'.: Street a distance of 80.0O0feet; thence
North 88 degrees 33 minutes East a
distance of 150.00 feet to the point of
beginning.
Said property lying In the Northeast
S quarter of Section 1. Township '8
South, Range 11 West, Gulf County,
SFlorida..
SALE SUBJECT TO CONFIRM.
TION OF THE COURT.
Meihod of Payment: Cash,. Postal
Money Order.or Certified Check, pay-
able'lo United States Marshal.
Dated 12-15-77 ,
S12.29

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DIS.
TRICT OF FLORIDA. MARIANNA
DIVISION
Marianna Civil Action No. 77 0246
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,'
plaintifl. '... : ':' :
: v s .. .: *
ROBERT L.FORDand ;i .'
:FAYE-FORD, his wife.
Defendants. : : :
ORDE R FOR SERVICE O
PROCESS.BY PUBLICATION
TO ROBERT L FORD and
FAYE FORD. his wife
On sworn motion of Plaintiff's atlor
ney that your address and residence are
unknown, you are ORDERED to appear
Sor plead on or before February 22, 1978.
:and file your defenses to Plaintiff's
Complaint with the Clerk of the' United
States District Court. 110 East Park
Avenue. Tallahassee, Florida 32301, this
being an action by Plaintiff to enforce:a
mortgage lien against you on real estate
in Gulf County. Florida, to wit~
Lot Twenty two (22), Block One
Thousand Twenty:two (1022). Mill.
view Addition to the City of Port St.:
:Joe, Florida, Unit No. 3, according
toplat thereof recorded In Plat Book
S2. Page 53, of the Public Records of.
Gulf County; Florida.
II appearing after diligent search that
you are absent defendantss, your
residence and address are unknown, and
personal service of process in the Stale
of Florida s not practical, and you have
not.volunlar appeared therefore. on
yv'Sr failurelto andutpr i'. d'eletAS
the Court may proceed against ylas
absent defendants) the same as it you
hao been personally served with process
within the Stale of Florida. but the
adiudlcalion shall, as regards you as
absent delendant(s) without appear.
ance, affect only the property which is
the subject of this action. This order is
entered pursuant to Title 28, Section
1655, United States Code, and is to be
published in the Port St. Joe Star once
each week for six consecutive weeks,
commencing December 29, 1977;
ORDERED this 1th day of December,
1977.
-s.-WILLIAM STAFFORD,
United States District Judge


SIN THE CIR
TEENTH JUD
STATE OF F
GULF COUNT
IN RE: The
BETTY J. HA
Respondent,
.And
MICHAEL D.
Petitioner.
NO
TO: Betty J.
433 S. El
Colorado
YOU ARE H
a Petition for
has been filed
required to ser
or other reap
Petitioner's Al
ROBER'
Port St
and file the orig
Court Clerk's
house. Port St.
before the 27th
you fail to do so
relief.sought m
DATED this
1977.
GEORGE Y. C
Clerk of Circu
By: 5s- Marga
Deputy Clerk


ty and'Franklin Counties.
Packets will contain 2 Dog-
woo, 2 Redbud, 2 Red Cedar,
andS2' Sycamore seedlings.
Each packet is priced at $1.00.
Packets will be on sale in Port
St. Joe, Reid Avenue at State
Road fi. ,
Purchases will be limited to
two packets per customer in
order to reach a maximum
;.. ,


number of customers. Packets
not sold on Arbor Day will be
sold the following week.

This sale will allow the
general public a chance to
meet Division of Forestry
personnel in their areas. Also,
needed forestry information
and assistance. will be: avail-
able at sale site locations.


Search Is On to


Locate Children


4With


Handicaps


The Find the Children Pro- ceptional children through use %
gram, now in its third year, is of news media, cooperation
one of eighteen in a statewide with school personnel, physi-
campaign to identify, screen clans, state and private
and maintain information, agency personnel and others C
about handicapped children, in the district who are in a
0-21 years of age, who are not position to know about a
being served by the public handicapped child in need of: L M
school system. school services. ,.
This district's project .When a child is identified, .
serves the exceptional child-:- indepth diagnostic evaluation,
ren of Bay, Calhoun, Franklin," including medical and psycho-
Gulf, Holmes, Jackson;, logical will be completed.
Liberty and Washington Attempts will be made to
Counties. '' place the child in an educa- Vc ,
As developed by the Florida tional program appropriate to.
Regional Diagnostic and Re- his special needs.
source System for Exception- If you have a handicapped
al Students, Find the Children, child or know of such a child
wants' to know about children whis. o 0 n ho a
who are physically handi- whO is not in .hool, please
capped, mentally retarded, call Dr. Edward"Deluzain ,or 1 E f 0 r
deaf or hard of hearing, blind Earnestirie Gainer at the
or visually impaired, emo- Diagnostic and Resource
tionally disturbed, speech im- System in Panama City (904)
paireddearning disabled, and 769-1431, any weekday be-
who are not currently being tween the hours of 7:30 a.m. tbo
served by the public schools. 4:30 p.m. or write: :
Funded by a grant through Find he Children, c-o Bay
the Federal Assistance for the Fid theChildren, -oBa
Education of the Handicapped County School Board, P. 0.
Act, Find the Children hopes Drawer 820, Panama City,
to reach these unserved ,ex- Florida 32401.




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The Guli ountl, cip!
Board metl- regular'se~ofi
on D&cember6 with the follow-
ing members present: Waylon
Graham, Chairman; J. K.
Whitfield: Fred Greer; Paul
Sewell. Board Member Raf-
field was absent. The Chair-
man was present.
The .'meeting was opened
with the invocation by Sewell,
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
SOn motion and second, all
voted YEA to approve the
minnutl- nf Unrovemhr 8 and


2____ *-29 Noveinber 22.
On recommendation of the
ICUIT COURT, FOUR. Superintendent, motion and
)ICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE second, all voted YEA to make
LORIDA, IN AND FOR.- final.payment to Kolmetz
TY. ""
.. Construction Company on the
marriage of Auto Mechanics and Building
MILTON SEGERS, Wife. Trades complex at Port St.
Joe Highb School.
SEGERS, Husband, On~i'ecommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
TICEOF SUIT second, 'the board unan-
Hamilton Seqers imously approved the fol-
Springs, Colo. 8001, lowing personnel matters:
IEREBY NOTIFIED that Accept the resignation of
Dissolution of Marriage Douglas Kent from Wewa-
against you and you are hitchka High School; appoint
've a copy of your Answer Diane L. Cristo as teacher at
Vonse to the Petition on
torney: Wewahitchka High School;
rM. MOORE, ESQ., appoint Martha Davis as full
P.O.Box24a time lunchroom worker at
. Joe. Florida 32456 Wewahitchka Elementary
sinal thereof in the Circuit School: and accept resigna-
Office, Gulf County Court.
Joe, Florida, 32456, on or tion of Bernice Fortner as bus
Sday of January, 1978. If driver in the Wewahitchka
o a Final Judgment for the area.? ':
iay be granted by Default. On m'otioh and second, the
the 21st day of December, board unanimously approved
changing the board meeting
CORE, times July 11 and Novem-
it Court
ret B. Core, ber 14. 1978 due to the holidays
t '2.29 and voting dates: and observe


alryu& ,p7Si, as'a holiday, -The.- Sutperintnent -jwa
Wvali,'-IV'Prtch 24j 1978 as a;" present. -
working day. On motion and second, the
On motion and second, the Board approved the Superin-
board unanimously voted to tendent's recommendation
table the matter of hospitali- that Howard Blick be appoint-
zation insurance. ed to the Principal's position
The board received bids on a at Port St. Joe Elementary
time deposit in the amount of School at the salary of the
$300,000.00 for (60) days. On present Principal at that site;
notion and second, all voted that Barbara Shirley be
to accept the bid of the Assistant Principal, serving
Wewahitchka State Bank. on a part time basis at the
Copies of all bids are on file in Highland View Elementary
the Superintendent's office. School, and be placed on a
On motion and second, the twelve-month basis at her
board unanimously approved present salary; appoint
a Waste Water Treatment Phyllis Gortman as regular
Course to be taught at the bus driver to fill the vacancy
Adult School. created by Bernice Fortner's
: The Superintendent reom- resignation.
mended scheduling a public On motion and second, the
hearing to be held December Board approved unanimously
15, at 5 PM at Port St. Joe on the following:
Elementary School. This
meeting will be concerned The salary schedule for
with the Collective Bargaining instructional personnel should
between the C.T.A. and the be increased 3 per cent (in-
Gulf County School Board. It lauding increment). This
is proposed that a Stipulation three per cent raise should be
of Waiver be signed, retroactive to July 1, 1977.
The contribution to the
The District Annual Report Board approved hospitali-
to Parents was distributed to nation plan for employees
Board Members. Copies are should be increased to $8.00
available upon request in the per month. The $8.00 should be
Superintendent's office. retroactive to the first pay
Bills were paid and are period for 1977-78 for those
recorded in official minute employees presently on the
book. program. Any employee join-
ing the program at a later date
The Gulf County School would receive the $8.00 per
Board met in special session month beginning with the first
on December 16 .with the month they are accepted into
following members present: the group program.
Waylon Graham, Chairman; There being no further busi-
J. K. Whitfield; Fred Greer; ness, the board adjourned to
Paul Sewell: Gene Raffield. meet again January 3, 1978.


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F YOU LKE NAPA PARTS,

OULL. LOVE THE NAPA MACHINE SHOP.
When your vehicle part 'hve worn out, "
you've probab';, earned to head foryour Ibcal
NAPA store for top quality re cements. But
what do you do when something on your vehi-
cle needs machine work?
he' answer is the same. Ydur' local NAPA
stqre features a machine shop that offers a
lo g list bfTnachine work equal inequality to
INAPFA parts.
Your NAPA rpachine shop can grind your .
valves, trn your brake drums, repair ignition
ahd distributor units, rebore, and rebuild
engines, press axle bearings and much more.
Topquality repairwork and top quality NAPA
parts spell more miles for your car and mor
savings fer,you. So check with your NAPA
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Commendation Medal for
Senigant.-Gloria J fEi oEr4
.\'ho e parents are"M'r. aM"'
Mrs. Alton Fennell Sr. of 255
Avenue A, Port St. Joe.
Sergeant'Fennell, an ad-
ministrative specialist, was
presented the medal at Laken-
heath RAF Station, England,
where she now serves with a
unit of the U. S. Air Forces in
Europe.
The sergeant, a 1969 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High
School, attended Gulf Coast
Community College, Panama
City.


S Gulf County

School Lunch




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potatoes with gravy, green
beans, banana pudding, corn-
bread, milk


Friday, Jan. 27
Tuna salad and lettuce,
english peas, tomato wedge,
carrot stick, crackers, milk


2nd Lt. Robert Creamer

Completes Basic School


Marine Second Lieutenant
Robert L. Creamer Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Creamer Sr. of Indian Pass
Beach, Port St. Joe, was
graduated from The Basic
School.
The Basic School is located
at the Marine Corps Develop-
ment and Education
Command in Quantico, Va. It
is designed to prepare newly-
commissioned officers for
assignment to the Fleet
Marine Force and emphasizes
the duties and responsibilities
of.a rifle platoon commander.
The training included in-
struction on land navigation,
marksmanship, tactics, mili-
tary law. personnel admini-
stratioin,Marine Corps history


and traditions, communica- -
tions and the techniques of
military instruction.
During the 26-week course,
leadership by example and
teamwork were stressed and
the students participated in a
demanding physical condi-
tioning program.
He is a 1977 graduate of the
U. S. Naval Academy, Anna-
polis, Md., with a bachelor of
science degree.


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SPECIAL LIMITED,QFFER!.
.'Pr T" ALL SENIOR FOR ALL AGES Babies,
CITIZENS OVER 60 children, adults. Groups
photographed at an additional
eUMITED OFFER! One per sub- small charge.
ject, one per family. Advertised
Special Head & Shoulders Only.

Saturday, Jan. 21
9:30 to 1 and 2 to 5:30


Campbell's Drug Store

210 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe


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Wewahitchka, Florida

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Meat sauce with spaghetti,
cheese, cole slaw, roll, milk,
fruit cup
Wednesday, Jan. 25
Fish, potato salad, mustard
greens, peach pie, bread, milk
Thursday, Jan.26
Hamburger pattie, Mash


The Opening of


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18 Oz.-Fine Fare 37 Ounce Jar
Crunchy or Smooth Fine Fare Pink
PEANUT Q- DISH 7
BUTTER 89 LIQUID 7~
180 Count 17 Oz.-Fine Fare
Fine Fare Compare to Le Seuer
PAPER C EARL
NAPKINS U6 PEAS
30 Gallon 1607.-Fine Fare
10 Count Garden Green
TRASH CAN ~Q9 LIMA A1
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Fine Fare Pink Fro7en-9 Oz.
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FACIAL C0 WHIPPED s C
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3 Lb. Bag


S 100 lb. bag $8.99
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Pole Beans .,
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Cole Slaw :i
Pineapples


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COFFEE
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CATSUP


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*m IODIZED C
TABLE SALT


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SAUCE


:Swift's Premium Beef
T-Bone Steak


Lb.$169


'Swift's. Premium Beef. S$ 69:
Cubed Steak Lb. ::
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Short Ribs Lb. 069
Hormel Beef $' I49
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Rib Eye Steak
.Swift's Premium Beef
Sirloin Steak
Fresh -
SPork Steak
USDA Choice
Rump Roast
Swift Premium
Chuck Steak


Lb $219
Lb. $149

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Lb. 890

LB. 99


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Kraft Velveeta 290
CHEESE 1lb. ctn. .1


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ORANE JUICE
KraftGrated Parmes
CHEESE


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an $169
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Sunnyland Soft Whipped
MARARINE 1 lb. size


75C


Morton Frozen Glazed OAg
DONUTS 12ct.pakg0


Morton Frozen Mini
Apple Blueberry, Pea
Cherry or Coconut
FRUIT PES
TV Frozen
CUT OKRA
TV Frozen
SOUP MNIX
TV Frozen Stew
VEGETABLES


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16oz.size 80

6oz.size 72c

24 oz. size 87


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Red Emperor
RAPES


lb. 591


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