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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: February 9, 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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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORTST.JOE,FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1978


astewte Trtment Plant Serving As


..uinea PigfIr El

,; .. *.. 10-Day Program

With a groWing interest in waste'. .
S the United States for-combin- 'This week, a team from
S ing.industrial and domestic .EPA from Denver, Colorado
waste treatment in the same arrived in Port St. Joe with
plant, reducing the need for two trailer loads of equipment
S more treatment plants,; the to begin ,a 10-day period of
Environmental Ptotection monitoring the local plant and
Agency has experienced in- conducting-extensive, tests to
creased interest into just how see just how efficient theplant
efficient these plants are.-. really is.
. The City of Port St. Joe Not only will the tests affect
S operates sdch a plant here, the local plant, but their
S collecting and treatip&sewage results will have a bearing on
and waste from tle-'City of such a plant now being plan-
Port St. Joe, St. Joe Paper ned in Bay County and in other
Company and Sylvachem, and portions of the United States.
treating it all in the same According to Bill-Schneider,
Plant. the team is concerned with
Ih',such a plant, a certain whether or not disease-caus-
balance must be maintained, ing organisms are being ef-
in order to effectively handle fectively destroyed in the
the:two different types of treatment process or, are


PA Testing Operations.


.Will Show Effectiveness,of Process
a large percentage living been conducted during the part;because:oftheconcernin
through the process and'being plant's operation. Prior tests, Bay Couity for theproposed
ejected into the Bay. .conducted by the federal EPA 'facility there. Commercial
The tests were instigated :peopleand the state pollution fishermen have become con-
when a recent EPA study .control people have certified cerned that such a plant will
concluded that the Bay County the plant as meeting all stan- harm their fishing .industry,
aerated lagoon was contribut- dards in this area. The only primarily oysters, which are
ing to the bacterial degrada- problem in the past has been very susceptible to bacteria
tion of water quality:ii 'St. the amount of suspended inert being emitted into their grow-
Andrew ay by its discharge solids which have been expel- ing places.
of combined paper mill waste led with the water run-off Schneider explained that the
and sewage. Plans to convert,' from the plant.: EA wld be concerned with
upgrade and expand the Bay The main emphasis of the nalyzing the efficiency of
County sewage treatment fac- .testing willi.be in the 70 acre microorganisms that break
ilities call for an expansion of aerating lagoon at the plant, down the waste;,identify these
the present facilities and the The question to be investigat- :rganismsand theirfunctions
tests are to ascertain how the ': ed here is two-fold: will the ;an*d measuring the amount of
application is working here in plant grow disease causing organisms being released into
Port St. Joe before the 'Bay bacteria, and, is this bacteria the environment and analyze
County-permit is considered. dying in the treatment process, what affect they might have
These latest tests are only or being expelledinto the bay.
another ina series which have The testing is being done;.in i (Continued on Page 8)


Gilf .:ch ol Board Sets New



R ues r Matriculating Pupils

The Gulf County School pass.his courses in order to;, REMEDIATION skills required by the state" work, primarily Ii gra
loard adopted its version of a advance from one grade to A remedial program will go assessment tests. The Board, approved Ca
ompulsory education plan another and must pass his. into effect immediately con- The program will consist of: Lister for this position
'uesday afternoon in a regu- subjects, plus the state tests in' centrating on delevoping the 1) hiring a qualified teacher to Summer school program
ar meeting. The plan' was "order to receive a diploma. 'math and communication assist students in remediation remediation, and., 3) (


Presented to the board by
Superintendent Walter Wil-
der.
The plan 'was adopted to
correct.thk deficipncjies_.i'tfd
`.4. recently by the Functional
Literacy test and 'the :State
Assessment tests which were
given to students state-wide in
grades three, five, eight and
eleven.
NEW GRADUATION.
REQUIREMENTS
Step one of the four-part
program concerned gradua-
tion requirements for high
school students in grades 10
through 12. Ohe additional
language art and math course
will be required in the top
three grades for graduation.
Three language arts credits
aid twomath credits will now
be: required: for graduation.
: Presently, two language arts
'and one'.math credit are
required in 'the top three
grades for a student to receive
Sa diploma...
.'Other requirements con-
*cerned ninth graders advanc-
ing to a tenth grade \home
Room Before advancement,
a; ninth graders must pass at
Least five subjects. Any re-
Squired courses failed must be -
taken over and passed, either-
in summer school: or' 'in the
S.enth grade. :" -. :,i
i' Any'student that doesn't
complete these requirements,
pass 'the functional literacy
test and maste" the math'and
Communications skills on the
state assessment tests will not.
receive a diploma at gradua-
tion, but will receive a certif-
icate of attendance instead.
Ip short, a student must


School Board Chairman Waylon Graham 'new compulsory education plan to the Board
and Superintendent Walter Wilder present the ITuesday. -Star photo


Howard Creek Man Is

Charged with Burglary
Last' Tuesday, January 31, Creek, .
at nine p.m., Gulf County Gibson was arrested, at I
deputies responded to a bur- residence, by Captain Ji
glary at Sam's Place at Buchanan and Deputy RI
Howard.Creek. According to mond Watson at 12:44 a.r
Sheriff Ken Murphy. evidence, Wednesday, February 1. 1
found at the scene led to the was charged with burgla
arrest of Robert Crawford and'was released on a $1,(
Gibson, Jr., ageL23,of Howvard bond.


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room work directed at im-
,proving needed skills.'
'. Third, fifth:and eighth grad-:
,ers nbt mastering tli,regonaloh
, orrriuni..catiotp. a.nd. math
skills will be required to
attend summer school ses-
sions to receive additional
help.
RETENTION
If a student hasn't mastered
the, skills at the end of the
'school year, he will be requir-
ed on his report card to attend
summer school. If he should
not attend or should not
achieve the requirements by
the end of summer school, he
will be retained.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the
Board'
-Opened bids for providing
hospital insurance for school
personnel. All bids were turn-
ed over to the insurance
committee for further study
and evaluation.
-Adopted a resolution to
make plans for a new auto
mechanic facility at Wewa-
hitchka High School.
-Adopted amendments to
the teacher contract.


Ei;viifioniensaiProtection A'gency chem-
ists are shown above setting up their testing
laboratory for monitoring wastewater treat-
ment plant effluent.


Shown fm n-iiop to bottom are team
Director, Bill Schneider, Rob Laedlaw, Bill-
Slaucey and Ricki Zameck. -Star photo


City Making Plans to



Install Light System On


New Softball Complex


With spring just a month or
two away (in spite of the
weather now experienced in
Port St. Joe) and the softball
season rapidly approaching,
the City Commission took
steps Tuesday night to install
lights.on the new softball
complex. which is rapidly
nearing completion on, the.
Port St. Joe High School
property. The complex is a


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Dr. Larry Tyree Scheduled to


Speak at Annual ofC D. ner


DR. LARRY TREE
Chamber Speaker


The Port St., Joe-Gulf Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce will
have its annual dinner, instal-
ling new officers and directors
and reporting on the past year
of activities Monday night at
8:00 p.m ., in the Port St. Joe
High school Commons Area,
according to Chamber presi-
dent, Wanda Brown. The an-
nual meeting is open to all
members and prospective
members of the Chamber.
Dr. Larry Tyree, president
of Gulf Coast Community
College, will be the guest
speaker for the affair.
New directors being install-
ed to the Seven man board will
be Tom Coldewey, Rex Buz-
zett ard George Duren. They
will join Jean Atchison, Wil-


liam H. ,Ramsey, A. O. Boy-
ette, John Miller, Wendell
Whitaker, David Roche and
Higdon Swatts on the Board.
Mrs. Janie Zimmerman
serves as secretary to the
Chamber.
John Miller will'be installed
as the new president, replac-
ing Wanda Brown, who will be
retiring from the position
after two years of service.
Wendell Whitaker will be in-
stalled as vice-president and
David Roche as treasurer.
Rep. William J. Rish will
introduce the speaker,. Dr.
Tyree.
The annual dinner will be
prepared and served by the
Port St. Joe Lions Club.


Man Injured In Cycle-Truck Crash


A 1973 Yamaha motorcycle, driven by
Daryl Lee, of 323 Avenue A, travelling On Reid
Avenue was struck Wednesday morning by a
small pick-up truck driven by J. W. Cumbie,
312 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe. Mr. Cumbie
had pulled up to the stop sign at the corner of
Second Street and Reid Avenue, and then
proceeded into the intersection. Lee attempt-
ed to dodge the truck, but the motorcycle on


which he was riding was struck broadside by
the Cumbie vehicle. Lee was taken to
Municipal Hospital for treatment of severe
leg injuries by the Gulf County Ambulance
Squad. City Policeman Howard Rogers is
shown in the above photo inspecting damage
to the truck. An' unidentified onlooker is also
on the scene. The accident occurred at
approximately 10:30 yesterday morning.


joint effort of the County, the
School Board and the City,
utilizing a grant of funds from
the State Recreation Commis-
sion.
Construction work on the
two new fields, fences, water.
grassing and drainage is near-
ly done' and it's time to
consider lighting for the fields.
The City Commission decided
Tuesday night to approach
Florida Power about instal-
ling the lighting system on the
complex.'
Plans are to have the com-
plex ready for play .at the
opening of the softball season.
The painting of the
Shark on.the City's new water
storage tank across from the
football field has met with the
hearty approval of the Gulf
County School Board and local
school officials. As a matter of
fact, they like it so well, School
Board-/members have ap-
proached the City Commission
about having another Shark
Sprinted on the other side of the
tank, facing the baseball sta-
dium.
It takes someone of special
inclination to hang off the side
of a water tank painting
sharks in the first place. In the
second place, even though this
job takes a person with a
special outlook, he also com-
mands a healthy salary.
The City Commission dis-
cussed the request Tuesday
night and think they may have
come up with a solution which
may be worked out in order to
get the shark painted.
The firm constructing the
tank is behind in its work antd
is facing liquidated damages
to the City for failure to meet
their deadline. The City Com-
mission will explore the possi-
bility of getting the shark
painted on the tank if the City.
will forget about possible li-
quidated damages.


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CLEAN-UP NEEDED
The Commission spent con-
siderable time Tuesday night,.
in face of a light agenda,
talking about spots, especially
in the downtown area, which
need cleaning up.
Mayor Pate instructed
Clerk Mike Wright to write .
several letters to property
owners where work is needed'
and also instructed Street
Superintendent Dot Hadden teo
contact several owners about
the state of their property.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Coin- ,.
mission: ; "
-Accepted a bid of $984.30
to furnish'the City Warehouse.
with a new steam cleaner,.
-Agreed to issue a call"i
bids'to furnish the City witF"a
new validating machine, re-
placing one which is about:25
years old.--
-Rejected a request od
zoning variance to place-
beauty shop in a private hoim
at the corner of Long Avenu '
and Allen Memorial Way-._-

Man Arrested

On Charge Of

Grand Theft
According to Sheriff Ken ;
Murphy, the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department has ar-
rested James Wilburn Causey, :,
age 27, of Howard Creek, and
charged him with grand theft,
dealing in stolen property anid.
extortion. i e
After a two-week investia-
tion, Causey was arrested .;
Captain Jim Buchanan iad .',
Deputy Raymond Wats(), .
Tuesday, January 31, at *g-
proximately 11:15 p.m. amd .
charged with stealing a 25 ip.
outboard motor from Ii
Overstreet area and then i-
ing the property. He iy'
released on a $3,500 bond


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EDITORIALS:


tate Department


Backs Us Up


In the past we have caught all
kinds of flack for writing, in this
space about the virtues of shopping
at home... right here in Port St. Joe
and Gulf County.
One of the arguments used
against us is that "You have to say
that because the merchants here
advertise with you and help pay your
bills."
In a sense, they are right The
same applies to everyone who lives
here. They depend on the financial
security of the community and
county to furnish them living. They
depend on the taxes they pay to
furnish the services they want. In
every way; we all depend on our
community.
Now, we have an unseen ally in
our argument that people would be
better off to shop. right here. Last
week the State Department of


Administration, after canvassing
the entire state said Gulf County was
the most economical place in the
State of Florida in which to live.
Those aren't .qur words. They
are the words of an impartial state
agency.
We'll buy the argument that
some things may be cheaper else-
where than they are here, but taking
the whole 'market basket" into
consideration, we believe the state
survey was correct.
We also believe this piece will
hardly hit the street before someone
is arguing with us about its validity.
Don't argue with us, take your
differences to the State Department
of Administration. Since they made
the survey, they should be better
equipped to decide whether or not
you know what you are talking
about.


Keep After Them


SState government had no more
than moved into the new Capitol
Building than the remodeling began.
One of the biggest stories in the
daily press last week was the
remodeling which was going on on
the top floor, to make a meeting
room.
The renovation has drawn the
unbelief of the press and the ire of
. Senator'Pat Thomas, who has the
power to do something about it
besides sit aside and ruminate about
how terrible such a thing can be.
As we have it, the top floor of the
Snew 22 story capitol building was to
be an observation floor, for relaxing,
S for looking out over the surrounding
S beautiful hills of Tallahassee and
soothing a mind which has probably


become ruffled on any one of the 21
floors beneath the top one.
Senator Thomas has come out
and publicly said, "Stop that!",
stating that there are enough meet-
ing rooms in the new Capitol without
ruining the scenery from the top
floor.
Like most Floridians, we have
never seen the new Capitol building.
We have never seen the scene which
is laid out from the new building to
be viewed with pleasure from the top
floor. From what we read and hear,
the view is breathtaking. If we ever
get to Tallahassee and get a tour of
the new Capitol, we'd like to see that
view we have helped pay for without
looking around a bunch of partitions.
Keep after them. Pat; make the
rascals leave the top floor alone.


By Billy Norris


Bible Notes


John 4:23-24
Key Word:Worship
Ohe definition of a Christian
is that he is a "saved sinner".
There was a time when each
Christian was not a Christian,
and did not care very much
about Jesus. And many of us
could say there have been
times since becoming Chris-
tians when the name of Jesus
was thought on, that there was
no experience of worshipful-
ness in us. Many have honesf-
ly wondered why.
God would not have it this
way, in fact He says in John
4:23-24, "But the hour cometh,
and now is, when the true wor-
shippers shall worship the
Father in spirit and in truth.
For the Father seeketh such to
worship Him. God is Spirit;
and they must worship Him in
spirit and truth."
The definition of spirit is "a
non-physical being" and the
definition of truth is "that
which agrees with final real-
ity."' So we are told to worship
-God with our spiritual being
and with a final reality (a


finally awakened spirit). The
Bible gives us some specific
ways we can worship God.
Hebrews 13:15, ". .the fruit
of our lips giving thanks to His
name." Again Psalm 63:3,
"...My lips shall praise
thee." Psalm 47:1, "0 clap
your hands, all ye people;
shout unto God with the voice
of triumph." Worship is an
ACT. You cannot be a secret
admirer and obey His com-
mandments of worship.


Basic Pays

Dividends
CLEVELAND, OHIO Ba-
sic Incorporated recently de-
dared quarterly dividends of
621 cents on the company's
preference shares, payable
April 1, 1978, and 30 cents per
common share, payable
March 31,1978, both to holders
of record March 15.
Basic Incorporated pro-
duces refractory materials
and chemical and electronic
products.


Pat 'Keeps

After Them'
Full public access for the
public to the new Capitol's
22nd 'floor observation area
would be mandated in a bill
being prepared by Sen. Pat
Thomas (D-Quincy).
Thomas, who voiced con-
cern when he learned half of
the observation area was to be.
closed off from the public for
"conference rooms" said that
since he has read that "there
is little interest on the part of
the Cabinet or General Ser-
vices to reverse their plans to
blockade this fine public
viewing section, it is my plan
to introduce a bill which will
require the entire area to
remain bpen and made fully
accessible to the general
public who pays for this
facility."
Additionally, said Thomas,
"I today have asked General
Services to give me a report
on the total number and total
square footage of conference
room space which already is
available for use in the new
Capitol and Senate and House
office buildings.
"It is ridiculous to give the
bureaucrats still another
meeting space in the Capitol
at the expense of the public."


Wrestlers


w, THE STAR -

Published Every Thursday at 3WHifrns Avenue. Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
a Second-Class Poage Pidat Port St. Joe. Florida 3246
Wesley R. Ramsey ................. Editor and Publisher
WSA NWilliam H. Ramsey ...........:. ........ Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ..................... Office Manager
Shirley K. Ramsey .................... ..... Typesetter

POSTOFFICE BOX 308 PHONE 227-1278
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAIDAT PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA 324

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY--ONE YEAR.$5.0 SIX MONTHS, S3.00 THREE MONTHS,S127.50
OUT OF COUNTY--S7. OUT OF U.S.-One Year, $9.00
TO ADVRERTIRS-In, case of error or missions in advrtlsements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spokenword is given scant attention; the printed word is toughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; theprinted word remains.


News.

From the High School

By WOODY JONES


In case you didn't notice;
there was no "News from the
High School" column in last
week's Star. This was because
I spent all last week learning
about what the life of a Navy
recruit was like. That is, I
went with the rest of the NJ-
ROTC unit to the Recruit
Training Command in Or-
lando.
I could tell that it wasn't
going to be nice right from the


Letters

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Sends Us

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SSelma,
January 24,1


Dear Mr. Ramsey,
I see in The Star where:
are in need of some woo
spools. Well, I just happen
have some and I am send
you some. You didn't say w
size you need, but I
sending you a few differ
sizes and I hope you can
them..
How are you, Mrs. Rams
and all the good folks in
Joe? Tell all our good frie
hello. We are fine and are
enjoying The Star. We n
being in St. Joe with all
good folks there.

Sincerely,
Ruby and P. W. Pe


start: the Navy man who was
supposed to spend the week
with us growled at me when I
came through the door. He
must have read my column.
The first thing that we were
taught was how to make our
beds ("racks" in Navy talk). I


had a rough time with this,
being the type of guy that
throws his sheets and blankets
under the bed every morning.
However, I did manage to
master this "fine" art before
the Phantom (the growling
Seaman Swazey) began tear-
ing up each improperly made
bed. Lotsa people weren't so
lucky.
One of my fondest memories
of RTC is that of being
exposed to tear gas during'a
Nuclear, Biological, Chemical
Warfare class. After going
through that, I can see why the
bad guy on Dragnet always
gives up. I'll tell you, that stuff


nearly burned my eyes out.
And I thought I was too old to
cry.
Another one of the many
ways they tried,to kill us was
by having us put out a fire that
looked twice as big as the
STowering Inferno. I'll never
forget raising the hose up over
my head, turning around and
seeing Janet Chavous (the
girls were berthed up in a
different barracks) hanging
from the hose with her feet six
inches off the ground. Or
Shane Boucher almost laugh-
ing himself into a coma after
he short-sheeted Ellis Bailey.
The food left a little to be


desired, but it didn't taste too
bad once you knocked it un-
conscious long enough to eat
it. Not to say anything bad
about the chow, but there were
several accounts from fellow
cadets of small fish swimming
in the orange juice dispenser.
I drank milk all week after
hearing this.
A week of boot camp did
little to change my opinion of
the Navy. Catch up with me
sometime this week and I'll
tell you all about it.
Next week, I'll start back to
filling you in on all of the
exciting news from Port St.
Joe High School.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


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Other Editors Say:


Americans Don't Like


Cure for Inflation


Arthur Burns painted a
gloomy picture for the nation
in his last speech as chairman
of the Federal Reserve Board.
The -economic conservative
questioned whether Ameri-
cans have the will to stop
inflation, and then indicated
\they do not.
/ Burns recognizes money for
what it is-a medium of ex-
change that has no value other
than what those who use it
give it. And once confidence is
lost, which usually occurs
through inflation, it is worth-
less.
The experience of Germany
in the 1920s when the people
needed a wheelbarrow filled
with marks to buy a loaf of
bread was recalled by Burns,
who noted that since then "the
Germans are allergic to infla-
tion. They understand what it
can do to a people and it has
affected very significantly the
financial policy in that
country."
Americans need to get .on
with the job of fighting infla-
tion and take its consequences
seriously, Burns said. "I only
hope this will come through a
growth of understanding, not
from a demonstration that
inflation is the mortal enemy
of economic progress and our.


political freedom."
Other conservative econo-
mists, including Nobel prize-
winner Milton Friedman,
have pointed out the difficulty
in stopping inflation once it
gets rolling. A degree of
austerity is needed with a
cooling of the economy to
restore a balance. But our
politicians shy away from the
necessary actions because
their constituents are not
ready to accept the cure.
Some inflation is heady stuff.
The "cure" will come, how-
ever, but it will be much
stronger because the disease
has been allowed to run un-
checked until the inflation-
bloated patient collapses.


Masons Hosting

Covered Dish Su
Mr. Joseph J. Pippin, Wor-
shipful Master of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F&AM has
announced that the Lodge will
be. hosting the families of
members of the local Lodge at
a covered dish dinner in their
Lodge Hall on Satuiday
evening, February 11, at 7:00
p.m.
All members of Order of
Eastern Star, Chapter 191, and


We as a nation can take the
steps now to hold down infla-
tionary pressures. Not only
must there be restraint on the
part of business and labor in
holding prices and wages
down, as demanded by Presi-
dent Carter, but we must
demand of the president and
the congress that the ever
increasing federal budget and
the growing debt be held down
as well.
Without checking inflation
the alternative could even-
tually be a bushel of dollars to
buy a loaf of bread-if any
bread is available and if
anyone will take the dollars.

-Tallahassee Democrat


Families With

paper Saturday
Order of Rebekahs, along with
their guests, will be welcome.
Guest speaker for the
evening will be the Honorable
Billy Joe Rish, Representative
for Gulf County, and also a
prominent local Attorney.

For Ambulance

Call 227-1115


Star every week, did you? Everybody else does,
why shouldn't he?

Since I have already started off this column
on the President, I had just as well proceed and
talk about him a little more.
I see where he has sent a budget of $500
billion to the Congress for approval. Built in is
some $62 billion deficit and a $25 billion tax cut.
I have never been President, or had the
privy information of all the experts he has at his
beck and call. Neither have I ever run a million
dollar peanut business nor been governor or a
state. Perhaps if I had been one of these people in
the past, I could understand the economics of
doing away with a goodly chunk of one's income
while borrowing to pay the bills on the other
hand. I don't believe I ever will understand the
soundness of this type financing.
I didn't start on this piece to hound an old
theory of our that we shouldn't cut taxes until we
can pay our bills out of current income. What I
started out to give you was a little bit of
information. I read recently where President
George Washington had a budget of $4.4 million
(not billion) for the first three years he was in
office. During this three years, the United States
collected $4.6 million in taxes and spent $4.2
million of the $4.4 million budget.
Times have changed.

Again, let us dwell with the President.
In his fireside chat last week concerning the
Panama Canal treaties which will give the Canal
to the nation of Panama in the year 2000, the
President remarked that opposition to the
treaty, which is coming up for debate in the
Senate this week "is based on misunderstanding
and misinformation."
The President could be correct.' All I know
about the situation is what I read in the papers.
The reason for giving up the Canal seems to
be, publicly, that it is in the best interest of the
nation, with some little bits of expansion on that
statement by saying the Canal will be obsolete
and too expensive for us to keep after that date.
Another of the reasons is to build friendship in
Latin America.
If we could guarantee giving up'the Canal
would build friendships in Latin America, I'd
say, "Don't wait until the year 2000: give it up
now".
With the reasons made public thus far, I
have to oppose the give-away of the Canal. If the
public could get a few solid "Why's" answered
along with the general reasons given, it could be
the nation as a whole would back the President in
this matter.
I have heard of no good solid reason as to
why we should give it up.

Joe Dimaggio and Joe Namath were both
named in the top 10 best lovers in the world last
week. Their selection will probably heighten the
already national mania of physical fitness, since
both these among the 10 best lovers are jocks.
You can look at it that way if you want. I had
rather look at the similarity that they are both
retired. Stand tall, all you retired men... you
could be picked next year.


.. Five members of Port St.
Joe High School's wrestling
team placed in the District 'a
AAA championship held re-
'~ cently in Crestview. They are
sshown at left along with their
coach, Chris Earley, far left.
They are: Steve Allen, second
from left, Gregg Jones, Tim
Montgomery and Scott Walk-
er. They will compete in
Regional contest to be held at
-.,zpgir ... Clay High School in Green
; YCove Srings on Friday and
Saturday of this week.
Other participants attend-
ing District from Port St. JOe
were Kenny Mason, Kevin
Pettis. Jeff Wood, Tim Pope,
Jeff Shearer and Joey Raf-
field. The District meet saw
teams competing from Wakul-
la. Crestview. Pensacola
Catholic. Suwanee. Lincoln,
Marianna and Madison.
R.-Star photo


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P. "AGE TWO


The President called The Star last week.
Rather, I should say Becky Hendrix called The
Star at the request of and for the President.
Jimmy was standing there telling Becky what to
say.
Jimmy like so many other callers here, wanted
a copy of a picture which had appeared in The
SStar. This particular picture showed Jimmy
178 shaking the hand of Bo Williams, of Port St. Joe,
way over in France. Jimmy wanted the picture
to autograph and send to Bo.
you This sounds like a Bob Sikes trick tb me and
den indicates that maybe Jimmy Carter is budding
n to into a politician during his first term in the
ing Presidency. Bob Sikes has certainly used this
hat tactic to good advantage for the past 40 years.
am
rent We bundled the picture up and sent it to the
use White House for the President.
Saturday, I was in the Piggly Wiggly picking
sey, up their advertising copy for this week's' paper
st. and I ran into Becky's mother, Ruth Hendrix. I
nds told Ruth that Becky had called and she said, "I
still wish she had called us!"
liss So, Becky, there you have it. Orders from
the home. Call your momma, she wants to talk to
you.

tty You didn't know Jimmy Carter read The


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1978


PAGE THREF.


The Band Wants You!


for Spaghetti Supper and Concert Feb. 24


Many people are under the
false impression that after the
football'season the Band stops
until the next year. Nothing
could be farther from the
truth. Band, as any parent of
one of the students can tell
you, is a year-around activity.
While it is true the Band
makes more public perform-
Sances in the fall, the rest of the
year is where the real work is
done. The Port St. Joe Band
will play six concerts this year
including two contests. They
will participate in the State


Solo and Ensemble event and
the District Honor Band.
The next event for your
band will be Friday night,
Feb. 24. The Port St. Joe Band
Boosters will be holding its
first annual spaghetti concert,
complete with all the trim-
mings.'Featured in the.night's
events will be a great meal,
fellowship with others who
support the band; and a con-
cert will top off the evening.,
Price for the meal and
concert will be $1.50. The
doors will open-at 5:00 p.m.,.so


come early and make a family have enjoyed over the past
evening of it. two years, please continue .to
If you are interested in support them. The St. Joe
seeing your Band continue to Band can not make it without
have the great success they you.

Mrs. Fran Harrison Will Speak:

At Beach Methodist Wednesday
Mrs. Fran Harrison, writer The pastor, Charles M.
and speaker, will be at the Parker, and the members
First .United Methodist cordially invite the public to
Church of Mexico Beach on attend this meeting. The nur-
Wednesday, February 15, at sery will be open for children
6:00 p.m., C.S.T.. three years old and under.'


NJR TC Inspected


Captain Lemon, Sixth Naval District, second from left,


and Cadet Lt. Commander Keith Neel, center, inspect cadets
of the NJROTC program at Port St. Joe High School. Being
inspected'are: Cadet Ensign Steve Osborne, far left, and
Cadets Sammy Neel, Jeff Shearer, Tim Burkett and Stephen
Trammell. -Star photo


Chairmen Named for Vicinity


Bike-A-Thon Activities n April


:" Mary Weiss, Presiderit'0of
the. Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tiori, has announced the ap-
pointment of the following
people as chairmen of the
annual "Breath of:Life" Bike-


A-Thon inGulf County: Cheryl
Daniels, Chairman of W6wa-
hitchka;' Mrs. Faye Capps,
Chairman of Highland View;
Peacock Sims, Chairman of
Port St. Joe; and Mrs. Dora


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from the
BOTTOM
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SDunigan, Chairman of White cystic fibrosis, which is still
City. incurable. CF is inherited
SThese chairmen will each when both .parents are car-
lead local volunteers in their riers of the recessive gene
Sown community to organize a which causes CF. It is be-
SBike-A-Thon to raise funds to lived that 10 million Ameri-
support research and care cans are symptomless car-
programs for children affect- riers of this gene. Current re-
ed by lung-damaging diseases search funded by the Cystic
like cystic fibrosis, severe Fibrosis Foundation is seek-
asthma, chronic bronchitis ing a practical test to identify
and bronchiectasis. these carriers, as well as a
The Bike-A-Thons are sche- ciure for CF and better
duled to be conducted during methods of treatment for all
April. When someone in your lung-damaging diseases.
community invites you to Because of improved treat-
sponsor them in this year's :ment developed through re-
Bike-A-Thon, please be gener- search, many CF patients are
ous. Your dollars provide the now living into their teens and
"Breath of Life" for millions \ young adulthood. These same
of children who suffer with treatments are also benefit-
lung disease. ing, and often curing, children
Approximately one of every suffering from other lung-
1,600 children are born with damaging diseases.
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I : Gulf County

-School Lunch


Simply Sensational Supper
S If your day has become so crowded with activities that
there is little time for meal. planning and preparation, the
Florida Department of Natural Resources has a simple,
sensational supper .suggestion for you. Fish Amandine
requires about 15 minutes to prepare, provides high-quality,
complete protein and offers your family a wholesome,
delicious main dish. Select any one of Florida's fresh or
frozen lean fish to prepare Fish Amendine, Lean fish,.such as
redfish, flounder, trout, grouper, black sea bass, snapper and
sheepshead have less than 2 percent total oil content and
each, with its own distinct flavor, is mild enough to com-
plement the subtle flavor of this delicate recipe. Add a quick
vegetable, salad and bread, and you can be proud to serve
this elegant, nutritious meal to your family.
FISH AMANDINE


2 pounds fish fillets, fresh or
frozen
'4 cup all-purpose flour
S 1 teaspoon seasoned salt
1 teaspoon paprika
2 tablespoons melted marga-
rine or butter


2 .cup sliced almonds
2 tablespoons melted marga-
rine or butter
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon chopped pars-
ley
4 to 5 drops liquid hot pepper
sauce


Monday, February 13
Beef and noodles/, mixed
vegetables, cole slaw, rolls
with butter, applesauce with
graham cracker cookie, milk.
Tuesday, February 14
Hearty hamburger qn bun,
french fries, lettuce, tomato,
pickle, sweetheart, fruit
cocktail,, milk.
Wednesday, February 15
Fried chicken, whipped po-


The Gulf County Recreation :
Department has made ar-
rangements for Ms. Ann
Aldridge to, teach guitar
lessons through the depart-
ment.
Anyone interested in taking


Menus I


tatoes, peas, rolls, orange
whip, milk.
Thursday, February 16
Lasagna, tossed salad,
green beans, roll, milk.
Friday, February 17
Hot dog with bun, french
fries, cole slaw, pineapple
upside down cake, milk.

Menus are subject to change
due to availability of food.


lessons please call 229-6119 or
come by the office upstairs in
City Hall.

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Quick Results!


Thaw fish if frozen. Cut fillets into serving-size portions.
Combine flour, seasoned salt, and paprika; mix well. Roll
fish in flour mixture. Place fish in a single layer, skin side
down, in a well-greased baking pan, approximately 15x10x1
inches. Drizzle 2 tablespoons melted margarine over fish.
Broil about 4 inches from source of heat for 10 to 12 minutes
or.until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork. Cook
almonds in remaining 2 tablespoons melted margarine until
golden brown, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Add
lemon juice, parsley and hot pepper sauce; mix. Pour over
fish. Serve immediately. Makes 6 servings.
For more seafood, recipes, write: Seafood, DNR, Crown
Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32304.



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Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
R EV. B ILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
Sunday Scnool ........................ 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.

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PAGE FOUR THURSDAY. FEB. 9, 1978


Committee Named for


St. Joseph Historians


Miss Kathleen Wilson and
Donald Benjamen Maddox
were married at 3 p.m.
Friday, January 13th at the
bride's home on 517 North
Main St., Brundidge, Al.
Parents of the couple are
Mrs. Mack S. Wilson and the,
lIte Mr. Wilson of Brundidge
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave B.
Maddox of Port St. Joe.
SThe Rev. A. Ray Foreman
officiated the ceremony in the
living room of the home. Tim
Hussey, cousin of the bride,
accompanied onpiano as Miss
Elaine,Stewart sang "When I
Fall in, Love", 'Til There
Was You" and "The Wedding
Prayer,"
:Immediate, members of the
S family-view-ed the double-ring
ceremony as the wedding
party stood in front of the,
living room picture window.
S The patio and porch of the
home were lined with potted
ferns. The arched doorway
under which the bride entered
was wreathed with red roses,
white pom poms and
greenery.
A candelabra interspersed
with tapers and flowers was
centered on the picture
window. Both sides were
flanked by majestic arrange-
mrents of white gladioli, white
S pm poms, red roses and
baby's breath. An ivory can-
delabra holding tapers and
flowers was placed on top of
the piano.'
The bride's gown of silesta
Swas enhanced with silk Venice
lace and tiny seed pearls,
which overlaid the empire
bodice and outlined an oval
yoke with Schiffley embroi-
dery. The full length sleeves
were appliqued with the lace
with a narrow, cuff of the
Venice lace. The skirt, which
swept back into a chapel train,
was completely hemmed with .
lice. She wore a full length
veil of illusion over a camelot
cap of Venice lace; She
carried a long stemmed single
red rose with attached white
ribbon and baby's breath.
Mrs. Rebecca Connell
served her sister as matron of
honor. She wore a street-
length dress of burgundy
.quiana with ruffled collar,
peasant neck tie and sashed
vaist. She carried a nosegay
*of white pom poms and baby's
breath centered around a
single red rosebud.
: Flower girl was little Miss
Melonie Connell, niece of the
bride. She wore a street-
length dress of baby blue
which featured a pleated skirt
and lace-appliqued bodice.
She carried a straw basket
filled with white flower petals
ahd topped with red ribbons.
The groom wore a gray
three-piece suit with a white
quiana shirt, and a bouton-
niere of a red rosebud and
baby's breath.
The groom's father served
as best man. He wore a navy
and white pin stripe suit and
red rosebud boutonniere.
STom Connell, nephew of the
bride was ring bearer. He
Wore a navy and white
checked three-piece suit and
carried a blue rectangular
shaped pillow.
A number of friends joined
the wedding party and im-
mediate fr.mily members for a
reception at the home.
Greeting the guests at the door
Was Mrs. Betty Sue Hussey of
Troy, aunt of the bride.
SMiss Eva Maddox, sister of
the, groom, attended the
bride's registry book. The
table was covered with a
floor-length cloth and adorned
with a single long stemmed
red rose.
Refreshment rooms and
sitting rooms were arranged
throughout the home, using
fresh flowers, poinsettia and
potted flowers.
: In one room the three-tiered
ride's cake was served. The
cake was decorated with
sugar bells and roses between
the columns and topped with
red roses and a pair of sugar
doves. Serving the cake were
Mrs. Charlotte Pierce, sister
of the groom, of Port St. Joe,
and Ms. Char Henderson of
IMillsap, Tx.
Another room displayed the
* groom's table, which held one
chocolate cake in the shape of


Kathleen Wilson and Donald B.



Maddox Wed In Bride's Home


Netta Nihlack: Parlimen-
tartan- Mrs. Nobie Stone;
Legal Affairs- Mr. Cecil
Costin, Jr.; Archivest- Mrs.
Hubert Brinson; Prayer- Mrs.
George Suber; Pledge of
Allegiance- Mrs. Charles
Browne; Telephone- Mrs.
George Suber, Mrs. Nobie
Stone and Mrs. Charles
Browne; and Publicity- Mrs.
Paul Fensom and Mrs. John
Robert Smith.


Wilson served the cake.
Mrs. Pam Flowers and Mrs.
Jan Hughes served red punch
from a silver flowing fountain.
The fountain was circled by
garlands of fresh flowers.
A buffet food tpble held
silver appointments offering
chicken legs, sandwiches,
cheese straws, nuts, mints,
chips and dip. Fresh flowers


and burning tapers were
placed on the table.
Ms. Sarah Herring and Ms.
Debby Butler served coffee.
The newlyweds left im-
mediately after the reception
for a weekend trip to Gatlin-
burg, Tennr and Atlanta, Ga.
They now reside on North
Main Street in Brundidge.
Out-of-town guests attend-


'a baby grand piano and
another chocolate loaf. Gold
appointments were used for
the serving. Miss Patrice
Butler and Mrs. Debbie


ing the wedding from Port St.
Joe were the groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Maddox,
the groom's sisters, Mrs.
Charlotte Pierce and Miss
Eva Maddox, Miss Carol
Ramsey, Mrs. Terry Lyles
and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pyle.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave B.
Maddox of Port St. Joe hosted


a rehearsal supper on
Thursday night. Jan. 12, in
Pittman's Banquet Room in
Brundidge.
The cloth-covered dining
tables were centered with
arrangements of red and
white carnations, white pom
poms. greenery and red burn-
ing tapers.
Those joining the hosts and
honorees were Mrs. Mack
Wilson. mother of the bride,
Rev. and Mrs. Ray Foreman,
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Connell
and children Melonie and
Tom. Mrs. Carlos Culpepper,
grandmother of the bride,
Miss Elaine Stewart, Tim
Hussey, and Miss Eva
Maddox, sister of the groom.


Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.,
President, presided at the
February meeting of the His-
torical Society on February
4th. The group met in the
spacious Club Room of the
Corrine Gibson Library.
Mrs. Swatts presented a
general outline of the plans for
the new year. Interest con-
tinues in the renovation of the
old train located on the
grounds of the Centennial
Building. Considerable prog-
ress was reported on plans for
the Constitution Hall Replica.
There was enthusiastic re-
sponse to the President's sug-
gestion to plan some field trips
to visit Panhandle parks and
other places of historic inter-
est. Plans were also made to
invite the Apalachicola His-
torical Society to meet with
the Port St. Joe Society in the
near future.
Charles Daniels, historian
with Florida State University,
who was the guest speaker at
the January dinner meeting of
the Historical Society, pre-
sented a colorful cotton shirt
made in the identical style of
those worn by the Creek
Indian men. This interesting
garment will be placed among
the other treasures of the
society in the library.
The President announced

Rec. Center to

Elect Officers
The Washington Recrea-
tional Community Center
Board of Directors will hold its
annual election of new direc-
tors tonight, Thursday, Feb, 9,
at 6:00 p.m,
The public is invited to
attend.


the members of the

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

Corner 20th St. & Marvin
For information
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Gardeners

to Study

Lawn Care
"Care and Maintenance to
Insure Healthy Lawns" will be
a topic developed by Cubie
Laird at the February meet-
ing of the Port St. Joe Garden
Club. Mr. Laird is Gulf Coun-
.ty's Extension Service. Agent
and has been guest speaker
for the gardeners on several
occasions.
All interested persons are
invited to the meeting which
will be held at .three p.m.,
today, at the Garden Center on
Eighth Street.
Hostesses are Marsha
Weber and Lynne Wells.


MRS. DONNIE MADDOX


DAR Chapter Meets Next Wednesday


the following committees and
appointees:
Program- Mr. Charles
Smith and Mrs. Charles
Browne; Cemetery- Mrs.
Hubert Brinson, Mrs. Charles
Browne and Mr. Wayne
Childers; Bylaws- Mrs. Nobie
Stone and Mrs. James T.
McNeill; Constitution Hall
Committee- Mr. Jesse Stone,
Mrs. Hubert Brinson and Mr.
Wayne Childers; Books- Miss


First United

Methodist Church
Constitution and Monument
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W.McCURDY, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ......................... 945 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE .......... 11 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ..... 5:30 P:M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


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Keeping House


Plants Alive In


" inter Weather


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1978


House plants often are con-
fronted with adverse growing
conditions during the winter
months. The following are key
/factors in keeping house
plants healthy, particularly
during winter.
All house plants must have
light. The best light is a
southeastern exposure of
filtered, never direct sunlight.
Attempt to locate the plant in
a permanent location,, as
constant moving exposes
plants to changing light con-
ditions. Too much light or
S direct' light often causes
burning of plant foliage.
.House plants are often over-
w; atered while a few may be
under watered. Try to water
v as the plant needs it. The best
key to watering is lo-athlw th
top of the soil in the ogt to
become fairly dry prior to
watering, then water well,
.i soaking the soil. Most house
plants, depending on size of
pot, location, type. of soil and
size of plant will need weekly
waterings. A lack of water will
cause yellowing and wilting of
plants. However, these same
symptoms are characteristic
of too much water. If leaves
are wilted due to lack of
water, they will become turgid
after a good watering. If-the
leaves do not become turgid
alter a watering, then prob-
ably too much water has.been
given over a period of time
causing damage to the root
system.
Winter heat in homes is
often very hard on.,house
plants. The ideal temperature
for most plants in the home is


Mrs. J. R. Smith Hostess to

SMeeting of Presbyterian Women


The women of the church of
the First Presbyterian Church


Cards of

Thanks
I wish to thank the doctors,
nurses and staff of the Munici-
pal Hospital for the kindness
Sand service rendered during
the illness of my mother, Mrs.
Lewis Gay.
There is no end to the works
of the Lord who spreads health
Small over the whole world.
Honor the doctors for his
s service, for his skills come
-i from the most high. The Lord
has created medicines from
the earth, and a sensible man
will not disparage them. The
doctor and nurses treat the
Patient: the Lord heals them.
May the Lord bless all your
services to your fellow man.
i BerniceBarbee
,. ,


from 65 to 75 degrees during
the day, and a 55 to 65 degree
night temperature. Avoid
placing plants near heat
sources.
Humidity or moisture in the
air is necessary and beneficial
to most tropical house plants.
A 40 to 60 per cent relative
humidity is ideal, yet this
cannot be provided in homes
during .winter, as heating
systems dry out the air. To
.increase the indoor humidity
from time to time, syringe the
plants foliage with a fine
spray of water. Another
method of increasing the
humidity is placing the pots on
gravel, which is covered with
Water. Place the pots on the'
pebbles, being certain that the
bottoms are not sitting in.the
water.
House plants must. have a',
loose,- well-drained soil.
Packed soils should be loosen-
ed from time to time, being
sure not to damage the 'root
system. Plan to repot plants in
spring when growing con-
ditions are best.
Most house plants require
little fertilization during
winter since rapid growth is
not made at this time. Feeding
once every two months will be
adequate for most plants.
Avoid drafts and provide
fresh air. Plants do not like
locations which expose them
to cold or hot air. They also
suffer' from gas fumes and
,products of incomplete com-
bustion, which makes fresh
air essential during winter.
Clean the plant's foliage by
washing with warm water.


of Port St. Joe met at the home
of Mrs. J. R. Smith Monday,
February 6, at 3:00.
In connection with the initia-
tion of a new project by the
circle, Mrs. Tunnie Miller, a
counselor with the Panhandle
Alcoholic Council, outlined the
work of the Council. She stated
that some of their clients come
voluntarily, some are referred
by their families, and some

are court ordered. According
to the individual's need, treat-
ment is given at the Detoxifi-
cation Center in Panama City,
the farm at Westville, or the
Halfway House, or all three.
Counseling is given to the
spouses to help them cope with
the problem. Upon completion


of treatment, client
to attend Alcoholi
mous meetings to
state of sobriety.


s are urged
ics Anony-
maintain a


Those attending the meeting
were: Mrs. Eldon Miller, Mrs.
Hal Beyer, Mrs. Sid Brown:
Mrs. Thomas Ely and Mrs:
Hugh White.


For

Ambulance
Call

227-1115-


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Teresa In Pensacola


PENSACOLA WELCOME Pensacola
Mayor Pro-Tem Albert Klein helps Port St.
Joe teenager Teresa Fortner adjust her name
banner upon her arrival in Pensacola for the
annual Florida Junior Miss Program. The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Fortner, 807
Marvin Ave., Teresa carries the Gulf County
Slandqrd.into the statewide compe,titjoi .to.
select the state's ideal ]ig. school sepior girl
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and the Florida representative in the National
Junior Miss program later this year in
Mobile, Ala.
Anyone wishing to send telegrams or
letters to Teresa should address them to: Gulf
County Jr. Miss Teresa'Fortner, Florida's Jr.
Miss, Inc., P. O. Box 408, Pensacola, Fla.
32595. Flowers should be sent to her at the
S''M iciaal Aiditorium, Pensacola.


St. James Women


Have Prayer Study


iih .' i


Terry and Bobby Lightfoot


Man, Wife Team


Top Ambulance


The Port St. Joe Ambulance
k Squad would like to honor one
of its husband and wife teams
this week. Bobby 'and Terry
Lightfoot joined the squad
during the past six months,
and after getting their feet
wet, they have both become
very active and dependable
members of the Squad.
Bobby was elected as 2nd
Assistant to the Squad Chief
this past December and as-
sumed his duties January 1.
He is also responsible for
equipping the rescue vehicle
and making sure that all per-


sonnel are able to use the
equipment on board.
Terry has been used primar-
ily as a driver since becoming
a member and has proven
.herself to be outstanding in
that area. Both Bobby and
Terry are currently enrolled
in an E.M.T. course being
conducted at the squad build-
ing by Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College. Upon completion
of the basic 81-hour E.M.T.
course, both Bobby and Terry
will be eligible to take the
state exam and become State
Registered Emergency Medi-
cal Technicians.


The Women of St. James
Episcopal Church met for
their monthly business meet-
ing Monday, February 6 at the
Parish House. The president,
Mrs. L. L: Copenhaver, open-
ed the meeting with prayer.
Mrs. William Parker gave an
interesting devotional on the
use of prayer.
Plans were made for the
Wednesday night Lenten sup-
pers. Men of the church will
alternate the two suppers they
give with the three covered
dish suppers sponsored by the
Women of the Church.
The group voted to have a
garage sale in the Parish
House early in April to buy
new choir robes.
Mrs. Robert Fox gave a
very interesting report on the


Diocesan convention held last
week in Panama City.
St. Margarets Guild will
meet at the home of Mrs. Paul
Fensom Monday, February 20
at 3:00 p.m. The program on
women of the Bible will be
continued.


OFFICE

SUPPLIES

Available at

The Star
306 Williams Ave


Opening Tuesday

February 14

THE


HAIR CUTTER
Main Street Wewahitchka

Precision

Hair Cutting
for Men and Women



Call 639-5314
for Appointment

O P.E N

Tuesday thru Saturday
HOURS: 9:00AMto5:00PM, CST

Evenings by Appointment


Carol Northcutt, Owner


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

SUNDAY SCHOOL ........... ...... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................. 5:45 P.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP ................ 7:00P.M.-
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday).... 7:00 P.M.
Rev. J. C. ODUM, Jerome Cartier,
Pastor Minister of Music
I I .... ..


PAGE FIVE




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PAGE SIX -THUt




: Plants

:' -."Screening of any property
can be done in many ways.
.ences of various materials
can be used. On the other
Jiand, living plants provide the
:Same effect, says Florida
"''Nurserymen and Growers
Association (FNGA).
S Fences have a way of be-
: coming unsightly. Some.may
.: rust. Others rot and become
infested with termites. Those
S' hat are painted need repaint-
i'ig year after year. Plants
-used -as a form of screening
:continue to increase in beauty
[.:and add to the value of the
.property.. The question often
:asked. is what plant material
,should be used?
Several factors should be
considered when making a
.screening material. Is the
:screen or hedge to be used for
-exclusion of traffic? Will it
need to be maintained regu-


ISDAY. FEB. 9, 1978


TIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


;Can Screen Yards


larly? How high and wide will
it grow? Is it always attrac-
tive? How much pruning will
be needed? Is it disease and
insect resistant? of course, not
all hedge materials will con-
form to all of the factors.
Plants used for screening
are varied. Almost any plant,
if placed close enough to each
other, will make a screen.
Some have narrow leaves, a
few bear fruit, many have
flowers, aqd there Ire a
number that do 'have
problems.
The standard and most
widely planted screening
(hedge) material is probably
the Ligustrum. There are
several varieties, but the
common japonicum seems to
be one of the most desirable
for North and Central Florida.
The plant is evergreen. It
produces white flowers during


the summer months. It is
relatively disease and insect
free and is hardy.
One of the largest plants
used for screening is the
Virburnum odoratissimum
(sweet virburnum). It has
medium coarse leaves and is a
rapid grower. It can tolerate
wet soil as well as dry areas. If
permitted, the plant can attain
a height of over twenty feet.
One of the problems with this
plant is -heavy infestation of
red spider and lacewing bugs.
It is. also susceptible to a
number of soilborne diseases.
The plant is evergreen. It will
need frequent pruning to
maintain shape and size. In-
formation on the problems of
this and other screening
plants can be obtained from
"Your Living Garden" avail-
able from the Nurserymens
Organization at 6535 Hills-


borough Ave., Tampa, Fl
33610 for one dollar postpaid.
Without a doubt, the best
screening plant is podocarpus.
This magnificent plant pro-
duces a very dense hedge. It is
evergreen and a dark blue-
green color. The texture is
fine. There are male and
female plants. -The latter
bears fruit during the summer
months, and has a tendency to
become yellow after fruit
bearing: It is best to use all
male plants. Pruning is neces-
sary to provide a sheared and
attractive appearance. Scale
may infest the plants, but is
easily controlled, says Floridd
Nurserymen and Growers
Association (FNGA). Oc-
casionally the plant may be-
come infected with mushroom
root-rot.
Screening plants should be
chosen with care.


Supplemental Payments Help Many


Supplemental security in-
come (SSI) monthly' pay-
ments can make a big dif-
ference in the lives of people
who need additional income,
according to David Robin-
son, Social Security Repre-
sentative for Gulf County.
SSI makes 'payments to
people 65 and over or dis-
abled or blind who do not
have much income and who
do not own property that
can be turned into cash.
These payments, along
with the person's other in-
come, can mean a little
better life. The basic pur-
pose of the SSI program is-
to provide monthly checks
when they are needed so
that those eligible can have
.a basic cash income-- $177.80
a month for one person -and
$266.70 a month for a
married couple.
A single person can have
assets-- items owned-- worth
up to $1,500 and get checks.
The amount for a couple is


$2,250. Assets include
savings accounts, stocks,
bonds, jewelry, and other
valuables.
- People can have some
money coming in and still
get SSI checks. The first $20
a month generally does not
count. Income above $20 a
month, except earnings,
generally reduces the SSI
payment.
The SSI check may be
reduced if the eligible per-
son lives in someone else's
household, with a son or
daughter, for example.
SSI is not the same as
social security. And a person
can get a.SSI check even if
.he or she gets a small social
security check.
People can get more infor-
mation' about SSI by calling
or visiting the Panama City
Social Security Office, lo-
cated at 30 West Govern-
ment Street. The telephone
number is 769-4871;


Three Children's Films Slated

for Friday Showing at Library


Three children's films will
be shown on Friday at the
Corinne Gibson Memorial Lib-
rary at three p.m.. Being
shown are "The Ugly Duck-
ling", "Mr. Robinson Cru-
soe", and "The Coyote, Neigh-
bors and Prey".
Story-time will be held the


next morning, Saturday, at
10:30. All children, ages kin-
dergarten through fourth
grade, are invited to attend.
Admission is free.

The new library is located
adjacent to the Gulf County
Courthouse on Highway 71.


SAmerican Legion

BINGO

Every Thursday Night 8:00

$50.00 Jackpot
With Complete Blackout Every Thursday
AMERICAN LEGION BUILDING
Third and Williams


LOOKING


FOR A JOB?


RAL SATEFO ALE.JFOR RENT


MISC. FOR S rALE


22 cal. auto. rifle Reming- Will demolish buildings or Two large corner lots at
ton nylon 66with case, $50; 71/ garages for the material. Ward Ridge. Call 229-8092.
h.p. Sears Ted Williams out- Phone 229-6402, Woodle Busby. .. 2tp 2-9
board, runs good, $30; 1.25 tfc 2-2
,Sears Elgin outboard, runs, 3 BR, 1 bath, dining room,
10; 16 h.p. Firestone out- Froggy Pen Holder,. a gift living room, kitchen, garage.
board needs prop & work, just right for special friends. 1012 Garrison Ave. After 5 call
'10: or all 3 motors, $45. 229- (Paper-Mate pen and froggy 227-1653. 2tc 2-9
"6779. lip 2-9 holder, $2.98). See'at The Star,
306 Williams Ave 3BR house, 2 baths, 3 lots on
306 Williams Ave. Palin Blvd. For 'information
STile blocks, 1 ft. long. Cheap. call 227-11. For i tfc 11-4
8 5 n 2. call 227-1112. tfc 11-4
18-5904. Itp2-9
BUS.O PP .eNew brick home at 106
RCA tape player, 8-track, Y p e, BR 2 bath,
.ood cond, $25; GE portable dining room, living room, den
record player, all speeds, $10. Licensed Broker or and kitchen. Call 227-1302 or
all 229-6836. It 2-9 Licensed Salesperson 227-1151. tfc 10-7
S. ,AN YO SELL?.?.? -
4 imagih lb.jpp' D lII 3 bedroom house with nice
Plymouth. $100. Call 229-624.--" in;Real Estate,-right in this family room, chain link fence
p2 9 area. And NO franchise around back yard, garden
th charge. National Company, space. 508 9th Street. 229-6082
12' aluminum boat with established in 1900, largest in or 643-5138. tfc 11-24
trailer $150. Call 648-8295. its field. All advertising, all
tfc 1-26 signs, forms, supplies furnish-
7., ed. Professional training and
; 12' x 52' mobile home, 2 instruction given for rapid
bdrm., 2 bath, unfurnished, development from Start to I
3.000. 648-5152. tfc 1-26 $ucce$$. Nationwide advertis-
Mr ing brings Buyers from Every- |I
Marine hydraulic trans- where. Can you qualify? You
'mission. a Borge Warner with must have initiative, excellent
?21 reduction, $350. Call 648- character (bondable), sales .
,065 after 10 a.m. and before 8 ability, be financially respon- ..
'.m. Overstreet. tfc 1-26 sible. Commission-volume op- PORT
portunity for man, woman,
F PRODS Y ME couple or team That Can Sell. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, living-dining
: PRODUiCTS Information without obliga- area on 2 beautiful lots total-
Call BettyGilbert tion. ing 190' x 126' ft. Storage
v 648-5047 A-% .. .. ... ..A.n....


snea, workshop,
room. Excellent
starter home. 212

4 bdrm, 1% baths,
room for large
aluminum siding, I
bor, chain link Ife
yard, 1,600 sq. ft
right, 518 8th St.

3 bdrm home on 2
lots, custom drap
most new carpet.
extras: 815 Woodw

Well riaintained ol
looking for new
bdrms & den or
bath, dining-livii
Carpeting through
loan can be assure
Long.

Newly-weds or se
zens come see tl
one bath home in c
location, nice lot a
you can afford. 1i

Brick home, 3 bdr
rooms, nice come
location. Lots of
tures. 1912 Junipe

3 bdrm, 2 bath, la
room. Carpeted
Fenced yard, pati
living-room. Price
106 Bellamy Circl

2! year old 3 bdrr
iin fine condition
comfortable kitcl
area. With FHA o
Long Ave.


tfc 7-15

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

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

SCustom-made wooden name
Plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
;my Motors & Garden Center,
S ol01 Hwy. 98. HV, 229-6001.
: New and used lawnmowers
jfor sale. Lawn mowers, tills
;and garden tractors repaired.
:Economy Motors & Garden
Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28

SDRAPERIES-Ready made
tand custom made. Large sel-
: election of swatches to choose
3rom. Roche's Furniture and
~ppliance Store, 209 Reid
Ave., phone 227-1730.

S DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster and safer with
'.HOST. Rent our machine. St.
CSJoe Furniture. 227-1251.

SCB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
'tions, terms available. West-
Sern Auto. tfc 3-4

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


STROUT REALTY,

Inc. Reg. Broker
P. 0. Box 894-B
Casselberry, Florida 32707





1964 VW for sale. $200 or best
offer. Call 229-8456. Itc 2-9

1973 Vega GT, at, ps, ac,
am-fm radio, motor recently
overhauled. $900.00. 227-1364.
2tc 2-2

1967 Chevy Camaro, radio,
heater, air, good cond., low
mileage. 648-5637. tfe 2-2

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





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.
J. J. PIPPIN, W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.


Three bedroom masonry
house at i05 Bellamy Circle.
Call 227-1607 after 5:00 p.m.
tfc 10-13.

Spanish design, 3 bedroom
house, 2 baths and large
family room with stone fire-
place. 504 16th St. Contact
Higdon Swatts at 229-7222
days, 229-6300 nights.
tfc 1-26


Cottage, 2 BR, 2nd Ave.,
Highland View, corner lot,
$5,000 firm. 648-5332. tf 1 9.
tfc 12-15

New brick home, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
large garage. Call 229-6979
after six p.m. tfc 9-22


0 0 1'---0 -IV


3 bedroom masonry home at I
St. Joe Beach, 2 full baths,
dining room, large living, For Rent:
kitchen and den with fire- furnished h
place. 1,800 sq. ft. living area. Hill. Call 229-
150' x 180' lot:' Call .648-54 .... ,
t rcTIr-3'- _"*" "!*


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


3 bedroom, 1 bath
house at Beacon
-6961. tfc 11-10


Say You Saw

If In The StarI


We're Here ForYou. T
S Each office is independently owned and operated.


E. B. MILLER REALTY


ST. JOE

Deluxe home at reduced
price excellent buy at
today's high cost of con-
aii.^i.i i. ,2 h m I hs q oqll


, Ullty LstructionU. Ti snome llas an
buy for the extras you would build
12th St. yourself. 2112 Long.

plenty of COMMERCIAL
family,
famil For Sale or Lease-Excel
grape ar- lent store -location. 222
=. Priced Reid Ave. $30,000. Rent
or lease negotiable.

BEACHES
park-like Well-built, roomy 3 bdrm
ies & al-
es & al- beach house, corner of Pine
Lots of & Americus, St. Joe Beach.
'ard. ___
Beauty parlor or workshop
Ider home or extra room attached to
owner. 3 well-built, year-round insu-
4 bdrms, lated. 2 bdrm home. Com-
ng room. pletely furnished, 15th St.,
tout. New- Mexico Beach.
med. 1610
Delightful, well-built 2 story
home with rental apart-
enior citi- ment below. Indian Pass
his 3 bdrm Beach.
convenient
nd a price Duplex 1 bdrm & bath one
315 Long. side, 2 bdrm & bath other
side on nice lot. Columbus
rms, large St., St. Joe Beach.
r lot, good
extra fea- Retirement or permanent
er. home. Well built 3 bdrm 1/2
baths. 2 blocks from beach
irge living on large wooded lot. 1st St.,
thruout. Mexico Beach.
o area off Mobile home with 2 added
e reduced. rooms on nice landscaped
le. lot making a total of 3
bdrms, den, bath, large
n, 12 bath living room, completely fur-
n. Large nished. Tennessee Ave.,
hen-dining Mexico Beach.
r VA. 2110
Several nice beach lots to
choose from.


DOUGLAS
LANDING
How about a getaway place
for weekends? Brand new
"A" frame brick and wood
construction. 3 bdrm 1 bath
electric heat. "Cute as a
bug" on lovely wooded lot.
$17,500.

ACREAGE
3'2 A. in Overstreet. Dbl-
wide mobile home. 4 bdrms,
2 baths, large den, built-in
bar. Excellent condition.
$27,500.

6 ACRES-fenced on 386A in
Mexico Beach. Double wide
mobile home on property
also for sale separately or
together.


5 ES- i

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and b i
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I I
ow swi nilr


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mi mme,
ho e 'th
din g g
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and ar n
Pi ur


HIGHLAND VIEW

2 Bayfront lots with 2 bdrms
bath house with drapes.
Window a-c., screen porch.
150 ft. frontage, 110 ft. 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. -


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

3 BR furnished trailer, cen-
tral h & a, washer,..dryer,:
carpet. Overstreet. 648-5873.
tfc10-13

For Rent: A 'one bmd oom
house in town; also a beach
cottage for rent. Call 227-1549.
tfc 2-2


Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc 2-2
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day
every day

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

Piano tuning and repair.
Free estimate. 227-1278.
tfc 12-8
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-2691. (24 hr.) tfc 4-28

FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018


tfc 3-31


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


Going Fishing?.
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


_

Port St. Joe. If anyone has any
For Rent: 2 bedroom fur- information concerning this
nished trailer. Call 648-5873 woman, please contact Evie
tfc 2-9 or Grady Huckeba, 653-9565,
Analachicola. It 2-9


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 WANTED


Wanted:- Aluminum beer
cans. To sell and buy televis-
ion prime time so our Presi-
dent can't ram the Panama
treaty down our throat. Kilroy
will pick up cans in the name
of democracy. Brooks Ander-


Help Wanted: Lady:to live in son, 207 Madison, Port St. Joe,
with elderly lady. Light house phone 229-6604. Itp 2-9
work, elderly lady not sick, W t
needs companionship. Call ate p
785-5943, 785-4545, or write T.shell for F100 Ford pick-up.
A. Kelley, 2533 East Ave, After 5 p.m., call 229-8000.
Panama City, 32405. It 2-9 2tc2-9
W"-4.4' "W.- t '.* ante-'i"Experienced beau-
iWIA .w a.-k ticmian seeking employment.
whose maiden name was Scar- tull or part time. Will also
borough and lived in Bain- accept office work. Phone 229-
bridge, Ga. She married a 8415. t 2-9
commercial fisherman here in


CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic tanks cleaned out.
Phone 229-8227
tfc 12-22

WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING'
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbing
Repairs
Houses or Any Buildings
229-8715 tfc 2-2
REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,.
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe tfc 7-22

ALLEN'S CABINETS
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture, vanities,
etc.


Call 229-6207
tfc 12-1


BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for information.

Also
Offering:
52tp 7-14 sEnviCs

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

-
Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?


For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232-
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


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

Architectural Drafting
House Plans, Plot Plans, Etc.
Call Larry Tate
648-5639
4tc 2-9

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


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


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White City, Hwy. 71
Glen Conbs
Shop 22936017 or
229-6530
tfc 9-1


Eldon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate

648-5011


"I think it was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six month,
and saves you about S100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port StJoe lord


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SERVICES


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"Inside Activities Offered by


SCounty Recreation Association


Church Basketball
The Church Basketball Lea-
gue is continuing to meet on
Monday nights. Long Avenue
Baptist will face Highland
View Church of God at 7:00,
followed at 8:15 by a game
between First Baptist and Oak
Grove Assembly of God.
SGames will be in the elemen-
tary. school gym.
Biddy Basketball
Teams in the biddy basket-
ball league will play today at
; 2:45 in the elementary school
; -:,gym, The Celtics play the
'Rockets'and the Knicks face.
k the Pistons. Next Tuesday, the
S Celtics will play the Knicks
i and the Pistons are pitted
against the Rockets.
GIRLS GYMNASTICS
Jennifer Hendrix is the in-
structor for a girls' gymnas-
2: tics class meeting on Thurs-
days at the Centennial Build-
:ing. Beginners meet at 3:30,
, -intermediate at 4:30 and ad-
vanced at, 5:30.
; .SLIMNASTICS
SWomen of the community
i may wish to take advantage of
a sliinnastics course being
offered at the Centennial
Building three days a week.


Instructor Kathy Craig says
classes meet on Monday and
Tuesday nights from 5:15-6:15
and Thursday night from 6:30-
7:30; and morning classes
meet Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 9:00-10:00.
GUITAR LESSONS
Anyone interested in enroll-
ing in a guitar class to be
taught by Ann Aldridge,
choral instructor at the high
school, are urged to call the
recreation department to sign
up. Lessons will begin in the
near future.
KARATE
According to John Clenney,
Recreation Director, only a
few more are needed to regis-
ter to fill up the class in
Karate. The instructor will be
from the:Karate Club in Pan-
ama City.
BATON LESSONS
Baton lessons are being
offered for young girls on
Monday and Wednesday after-
noons from 2:45-4:45 at the,
Centennial Building. Instruc-
tor for the .class is Faye
Elliott.
For further information
concerningg any of these pro-
grams contact the Gulf County


Recreation Department, loc-
ated upstairs in City Hall at
229-6119.


Pentecostal

Auxiliary

Planning
The First Pentecostal Holi-
ness Churcf's Girls Auxiliary
met this past Monday night on
February 6. Their surprise
speaker for the occasion was
their pastor, Rev. Bill Wilson.
Jean McClamma, instructor,
brought the meeting to order,
while instructor Sharon Ever-
ett presided over the meeting.
Rev. Wilson opened with pray-
er and devotion, and then
brought forth scripture from
Hosea 2:18-23.
The G.A.'s are planning a
Father-Daughter banquet for
Friday night, February 10,
and are expecting all mem-
bers-to attend. They are also
planning a Youth Night, with
full participation expected.
Some people used to believe
that butterflies stole butter.


Dr. Morley

Speaks to

Rotary
Dr. Richard Morley spoke to
the Rotary Club Thursday of
last week, outlining some of
the educational services
which are now being offered
and which will be offered by
theextension of the University
of West Florida at its Panama
City extension.
Morley said there are now
over 800 students in the exten-
sion center and the student
census is growing every day.
He pointed out that the curri-
culum is basicly geared to
accommodate the working
person and specializes in clas-
ses for business education and
for those wishing to receive
master's degrees."
Morley said the center ex-
tols the virtues of bringing the
instructor to the student. As a
result of this philosophy, he
predicted the probability of
classes- in higher learning
from the center being held
here in Port St. Joe in the near
future.
Guests of the club were
Wheelettes Stayce Trammell
and Karen Collinsworth.


THE STAR, Port St, Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1978


PAGE SEVEN


Bay County Library Hosting Summer


Reading Program Workshop February 14


The Bay County Public Li-
brary will host a Summer
Reading Program Workshop
Tuesday, February 14 from 9
a,.m. to 4 p.m. in the multi-
purpose room.
The workshop will be con-
ducted by Elaine Kitchings
and Willye Dennis of the
Jacksonville Public Library.
It is the first of five to be held
throughout the state by the
Florida State Library. Others
are slated for Tampa, Or-
lando, Miami and Jackson-
ville.
Persons involved in
children's programs at
schools, churches or with
other groups in the area are
invited to register to attend
the workshop, by calling the
library before Friday, Feb-


ruary 10 to state the numberL
planning to attend.'
Participants may prepare to
be inspired and to receive
take-home handouts. They are
asked to think about' the
theme: "Dig in at Your Public
Library," and bring one idea
to share; activities, displays,
publicity, programs,
materials on archaeology,
Egyptology; earth sciences, ,
and crafts (clay. terrariums),
prospecting and just "Down to
earth" fun.
Schedule for the day-long
workshop includes registra-
tion and coffee, 9:30 a.m.;
workshop, 10 a.m. to 12 noon;
lunch on your own; browsing,
1:30 to 2; and workshop, 2 to. 4
p.m.
':: ; ,\ '


The workshop is designed to' publicity, programs and
get more ideas for displays,, materials.



Special!



On Any

1 2" Pizza Feb. 10-11-12
Friday Saturday Sunday
Open 2-12 Fri. & Sat. 2-10 Sunday

Mike & Tina's Pizza
Mexico Beach Shopping Center


7 II_ "___o


fir.b.


""---,W.- ';.- = .'a~'^,; W C1 Fr., -. .- ..inWS-
S, W. Brown and Red Guni inspect the water
lMete r A rrives meter which will measure the water flow into
the Oak Grove water system. The meter
City Water Superintendent G. L. Scott, J. arrived on Wednesday of this week.
-Star photo


Five Arrested In


Dash fron
Five people were arrested
by the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department while fleeing
from a reported robbery in
Apalachicola. The five, three
adult males and two female
juveniles, were arrested at
10:45 a.m. Tuesday morning,
Feb. 7, near the Odena Fire
Tower, following an all-points
bulletin put out by the Frank-
lin County Sheriff's Depart-
ment.
The bulletin described the
getaway vehicle as a red Olds-
mobile, occupied by three
black males enroute east on
Highway 98, armed with a
shotgun. Moments later, Sher-
iff's deputies spotted a simi-
lar vehicle in the area of the
Odena Fire Tower.
The vehicle was stopped by
Captain Jim Buchanan of the
SGulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, and proved to be the
vehicle being sought. The sus-.
pects were returned to Apa-
lachicola, where two adult
males were charged with rob-
bery, and the two juveniles
were turned over to juvenile
. authorities.
Assisting in the apprehen-
sion were Jackie Reagan of
the Gulf County Sheriff's Aux-
diary and Bobby Lightfoot of
the Port St. Joe Police Depart-
ment.
For Quick Results
Use the Classifieds


SRobbery


Beach VFD

Meeting
The Gulf County Beaches
volunteer fire department will
have their monthly meeting
tonight at the Beach Baptist
Chapel at 7:00 p.m.
Evan.Williams, president of
the Beaches VFD, urges all
members and those interested
in the workings of this new
organization to attend. Up-
dated reports on progress
made to be an active unit in
the St. Joe Beach and Beacon
Hill areas will be given.


Valentine Ball
Saturday, Feb. 11
7:30 to 11:30 PM, CST /

Top of the Gulf-
Mexico Beach
S0 Per Couple
Cover Charge


Dancing to "BB & Co."
Champagne & Hors d'oeuvres


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g to $o
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214 Mon


BIAS PLY POLYESTER CORD

Trestone Deluxe Champion
SAs low as...


$


95
A78-13
Blackwall
Plus $1.69 F.E.T.
and old tire.


one DOUBLE BELTED
Deluxe Champion
-As low as

...A78-13
P2lus $171
F.E.T. and
Blackwall old tire.
SIZE BLACK FET.
878-14 $30.00 $1 92
C78-14 30.00 1.97
E78-14 32.00 2.19
F78-14 3M0 2.34
G78-14 3.00 2.47
H78-14 39.00 2.70
J78-14 287
F78-15 36.00 2.44
G78-15 37.00 2.55
H78-15 40.00. 2.77
J78-15 41.00 2.96
L78-15 43.00 3.05
All prices plus tax and old tire.
WHITEWALL $2 to 4 MORE.


CLOSEOUT SALE!
DISCONTINUED
CHAMPION TIRES
As 6.00-13
Blackwall
Sow Plus $1.50 F.E.T.
as EACH and old tire.
COMPACT and IMPORT SIZES
SIZE BLACK SAVE WHITE SAVE F.E.T.
S(ch) (lch) (leh) I(ch) (Mch)
6.00-13 $1L96 *2.06 $19.96 *4.05 $1.50
6.50-13 17.96 2.0 20.96 4.06 1.64
5.60-15 21.965 306 24.96 6.05 1.61


All priceS-plus tax and old tire.


crostq


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Pias

TRASH
LINI


PATE'S SERVICE

ument Ave.


RMSI




SIZE BLACK WHITE .E.T.
'6.00-12 *21.95 24.9 $1.42
*5.60-13 21.96 1.46
'155/80D-13 2196 24.96 1.43
*6.00-13 22.95 24.95 1.50
*A78-13 19.96 22.96 1.69
878-13 22.6 24.9 '1.77
*6.45-14 25.96 1.71
C78-14 23.95 28.95 1.93
078-14 24.96 27.96 2.01
E78-14 26.96 28.96 2.13
F78-14 28.95 30.95 2.26
G78-14 2.96 31.96 2.42
H78-14 31.96 33.96 2.60
*5.60-15 23.96 2 96 1.61
*6.00-15L 25.96 2895 1.70
*6.85S-15 26.95 29.96 1.86
G78-15 30.96 32.9 2.45
H78-15 32.9 34.95 2.65
L78-15 34.96 37.96 2.93
All prices plus tax and old tire.
*Tread design shown in lower of two photos at left.
5-rib design.

one STEEL BELTED

RADIAL V-I
As low as


BR70-13
"-42- Plus $2.20
FE.T. and old
tire.
SIZE PRICE .EET.
ER70-14 63.00 $2.71
FR70-14 68.00 2.89
GR70-14 69.00 3.03
HR70-14 64.00 3.37
GR70-15 81.00 3.05
HR70-15 6.00 3.27
JR70-15 69.00 3.45
LR70-15 72.00 3.65
All prices p us tax and old tire.



;tic 52 for

I CAN
ERS *244

S3-bushel
size fits Limit one box of 52
20-gallon at this low price.
trash cans. Additional
s sier box.




CEiiTER

Phone 227-1291


AOl


"Savin ou
money. %
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 honest de-
duction and credit. We want
to leave no stone untunmed to
make sure you pay the small-
estlegitimate tax.
H&R BLOCK
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
116 MONUMENT AVE.
PHONE 229-8536


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. PAGE EIGHT THURSDAY. FEB. 9. 197R TIE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla


-Continued from Page 1-


SWastewater Plant

on it. same answers.
Many of the tests will be Plant manager, Bob Simon
Performed out of two vans the said the tests would be over a
EPA have on the site. Others period of 10 days of average
UY will be made at Denver, operation conditions. "If we
Colorado, the home base for have a day of rain, which puts
...that's the story of our this division of the EPA. Final an adverse amount of water
Rexall Pharmacy...and results of the tests should be into the system, that day will
it's all because of YOU! made known in April. be scratched", he said. Simon
Yes...our success dc- Rusi Cherna, with the state said he felt confident the plant
d tion with our service and Department of Environmental would pass the tests to which it
our products. That's why. Resources will also be per- is being put.
we recommend and fea- forming parallel tests for the,
Sure Rexall quality pro- state, who also must issue Soft
ducts. And, that's why permits and is interested in New Softball
S you can always expect the result of the tests.
S ro t, courteous atten- The plant, of course, main- League Forming
tion to your needs! Call stant
on us soon...and see! tains a constant testing pro- There will be a new men's
Sgram in these areas to make softball team forming m the
Ou Yu / PhariPac sure everything is kept to league this season. Anyone
limits set by the state and interested in joining this team,
f. BUZZETTS ederal governments, to main- i i j
BUZZETT'S federal governments, to main- please come by 1004 Garrison
Dtain permits given by the Ave or call Ed Bond at
DRUGSTORE agencies under which the 229-8356 after 600 p m

Ph.227-3371 317 Williams plant operates. During these Need to hear from you soon.
special tests, the plant chem-
Convenient Drive-in Window ists will also be performing Some people have believed
SPlenty of Free Parking the same tests to make sure that the song of birds ripens
they are coming up with the fruit.




''I. Tides


: High and low tides for St.
SJoseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the
Stable below. The information
is furnished by the U. S.
Weather Bureau in Apalachi-
cola.
High Low
Thursday 8:48 A
SFriday 12:43 A 8:30 A
S3:42P 5:33P
.Saturday 1:09A 7:35A
2:48 P 10:09P '
Sunday 2:03A 5:27A
3:06 P
Monday 3:45P 1:47A
Tuesday 4:27P 2:42A
5:13P 3:35A


St. Joe Singers

"In Concert" "F ',


The St. Joe Singers will be
"In Concert" next Tuesday,
February 14, in the Port St.
Joe High School gym Admis-
sion price will be 50 cents for
students and $1.00 for adults.
Proceeds will go to purchase a
spotlight for the high school.
All friends, relatives and
.interested persons are cor-
dially invited to attend. Per-
formance will begin at 1:25
p.m


Public


Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
IN RE The Marriage of
JOHNNIE FRANK CAPHART. Hus.
ban,. Respondent,
Ana
-GERALDINE THOMAS CAPHART.
Wile. Pel.ioner
NOTICE OF SUIT
S TO Johnnie Frank Capharl
co Mamie Capnart
RI I. 8ox 151
Cotlonwood Aldaama 36320
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED trial
a Petition lor DissolulOon o0 Marr.age
has been filed against 'ou ana you are
requeslea 10 serve a copy of your
S Answer or other response to tne Pertlion
on Pelihoner's Aflorney
ROBERT M MOORE, ESQ.
P O Box 248
Poar S Joe. Florida 32456
S ana ile theoriginal Inereol In Ine Circuit
courl Clerks Office, Gull County Court
. House Port St Joe Florlda 32456. on or
before 9 Marcn 1978 II you tail to do so. a
Final Judgment for Ine rbele 5oughl
may be granted by Delaull
DATED th.s me 2nd aaN of Feoruary.
1978
GEORGE Y CORE
Clerk of Circu.t Court
SMargaret B Core at 2 9
IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY,
WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK,
*" a banking corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LOSTON CARTER, a widower,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
SNotice is hereby given pursuantto
S :Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
,-the 2nd day of February, 1978, and
entered in Case Number 78-2 of the
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit, in and for Gulf County, Florida,
wherein the Wewahitchka State Bank is
plaintiff, and Loston Carter is defendant,
S I vill sell to the highest and best bidder
S lor cash at the front door of the Gulf
County Courthouse in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida at 11:00A.M., Eastern Tim-
on the 20th day of February, 1978, t.-
following described property, as set
forth in the Final Judgment:
Begin at the Southwest Corner of
S U.S: Government Lot Number 7 in
S.Fractional Section 30, T4S, R9W in,


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Sharks Lose Conference Title to




Chattahoohchee In 73-68 Game


'The Chatfahoochee Yellow
Jackets surprised everybody
last week end, defeating three
top-notch area teams to take
the Gulf Coast Conference
Championship. The Jackets
had the "at home" advantage,
but they still had some pretty
fair country opposition to ov-
ercome to take their cham-
pionship trophy.
Port St. Joe's Sharks stayed
in the running until the final
game. The Sharks defeated
the Florida High Demons on
Friday night to get the chaffce"
to meet the Jackets in the
.championship game Satur-,
day.
The Sharkettes lost their
opener Thursday to Wakulla.
In-the opening round of the
three night tournament, the
Jackets took a 63-60'decision
over always tough Blounts--
town.
Willie Copeland led the
Jackets with 18 points and


"Just Right"


Robert L. Daniels of White City decided to holding. One weighed in at 10 pounds, twp
try a new variety of turnip seed. "Just ounces, and the other at nine pounds, four
Right". this year. Well, the seed proved to be ounces. .
tSfi JJI.hntU


just right, as evidenced by the roots he's


Gull County. Florida Inence run S
89 degrees 51 m.nu1,s 5E3s 4250 1lede
alono the lot line Ilence run N I
degree 35 minutes. esl 100 0 feel
Ihence run N b9 degrees 51 minuies
W 42.1 9 feet Irence run S 1 aeg,-i e
34 minutes 2 secanos E 100 0 fee. 'o
Ine "Po.ni of Beg.nning' Contain
.ng I acre more or legs
DATED Is 6'h ayol FEbruar,. 1978
s George Y Core
Clerk of Circuit Cour,
Gull County Florida
?' 29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
GULF COUNTY
IN RE The Marriage of
HAROLD W THOMPSON husband
Peliltoner.
ana
JOSEPHINE THOMPSON wife,
Responaeni
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JOSEPHINE THOMPSON
rose address is
2923 Wecfl Houston Streel
San Aniono. Texas 782a7
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Ina an ail on
for Dissoiuf.on ol Marriage na! been
file against ou anao ou are required to
serve a cop oir your arlifin defense., ,I
any 10 .1 on Cecil G Coslin. Jr 221
Reid Aenue Por Si Joe. Florida 32.56.
Pell.oner's attorney on or before
Marcn 15 1978 ano file the or.g.nal W;Ih
ihe Clerk Of this Court elner oelore
ser.ice on Pel.l.oner dallorneV or
rnmeo.atrey Iherealler ofnerw.se a
default will be entered against you' for
the relief demanded in the Complaint or
Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on February 3, 1978.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
As Clerk of the Court
By: -s- Margaret B. Core,
Deputy Clerk (SEAL)
4t 2-9
NOTICETO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora-
tion interested in selling the County the
following described personal property:
One (1) New crawler tractor with
front-end loader bucket.
The machine to be traded in, a Cater-
pillar 955H Traxcavator (SN 60A13410),
may be seen at the Gulf County Mos-
quito Control Shop, 1001 Tenth Street,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Phone: 904-
227-1401.
Specifications and bid forms may be
obtained from the Clerk of Circuit


Operate A Route of

U.S. Pos..re Stamp Machine

Full or Part Time
Man, Woman or Coul

All locations have been secured in advance by contract
with highest profit national and local chain stores, you
need a car, references, 10 hours min. per week, cash
investment required $2,842.50 to $8,380. For informa-
tion call Diversified, toll free 1-800-438-5140. Call 9-9.


Courl P O Bo 968. Porl Si Joe,
FlOriJa 3J?456
Bl~. t3o Inclu n e me oll.owng a3llrnate
c.me, meni sedul
I Casn rice la I wfr, traoe in alnd (b)
Ailnoiiut raae in
2 115 i00 pd.a onaiei.uer, balance
.r. IO equal annual .nstallrrents
(a1 w.in ir ae .n an. f*I vl.ihout
Irade in
3 Trade in niI -nalance .r. fO equal
anrr.ual .nlallmeris Ain Iri i cash
parmeill oJuc ne %ear from bate of,
puLrcr.aie
Dei.,er, dale muij oe.s.ped.ea
LIaQuIai ed damages for la.lure to
ael..-r un.i on spemci-.L da'e .n oe set
31 1 00 oer calendar aa,
B.d.d *AII oC recess uni. 7 00 I:' clock
P M E S T Februars 28 1976 ar the
ol.ce ofl he Clerk .i C.rcu.i Cour P. 0.
Bo 068 PorI SI J'-3 Fla 31256
Tne Boara ri-'rcs Ine rlgnr io reject
an., ra all nD..i
BOARDoi COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
- Jmm, O Gorn'man Cna.rmar,
2t 2-9
BID NO WWPI17
Tne Ci. O Porn 5i Joe .: r..e:,ving
b, 3 lor in, i,:EO ruCIlr.n an.3 ntlallation
ol W.O I?1 oar :,:reini us.ng City
malnr.ai 0 1316 S Slainlesi 5leel
B.d0 open.nq i.l c.C Februar, 21 1978,
ana oe Il,.fica~n3.n 5, bE ,la.nar irom
Ine C.i, Clerk ; O'i.:e P Bc Port
Sr Joe. Flor.da j2J.6
s. M ih.. ai e j r.gni
i,. Au,-ior ano Clerk 2t2-9

NOTICE
On January 17. 1978. Gulf
Broadcasting. Inc. filed with
the Federal Communications
Commission. Washington..
D.C. its application to assign
FM Broadcast Station WGCV,
Port St. Joe. Florida (operat-
ing on 93.5 mhz.. Channel 228)
to North Florida Broadcast-
ing Corporation. Officers.
directors and-or stockholders
of Gulf Broadcasting. Inc. are
Donald Crisp and Caryl M.


Vassie. Ronald E. Gifodin.
Betty June Angel and Donald
L. Chagle are officers, direc-
Sors and stockholders of North
Florida Broadcasting Corp. A
Complete copy of the applica-
lion is available for public
inspection Monday through
Friday from 9a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Si.llon WJOE, Niles Road;
Port St. Joe.
3t 1-26

BID NO. 238
The City of Port St. Joe re-
quests bids for forty (40) 1500
watt metal halide fixtures,
lamps and mounting brackets.
Bid opening will be held Feb-
ruary 21. 1978. Specifications
may be obtained from the City
Clerk's Office. P.O. Box A,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
-s- Michael J. Wright,,
City Auditor and Clerk
2t 2-2

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Section 865 09.
Florida Statutues, the under-
signed.persons intend to regis-
ter with the Clerk of the'
Circuit Court. Gulf County:
Florida. four weeks after the
first publication of this notice.
the fictitious name or trade
name under which they will be
engaged in business and in
which said business is to be
carried on. to-wit:
BEACH AUTO SALES, t.
Joe Beach. Alabama'at Gulf
St.. P.O. Box 963. Port St. Joe,
FL 32456. Owner: Pope Fend-
ley. P. 0. Box 963. Port St. Joe.
FL. phone 648-8236.
4tp 2-2


HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.


SUNDAYSCHOOL .................. 9:45A.M.
WORSHIPSERVICES..... 11:00 A.M. &7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

Nursery Provided Rev. William N. Stephens,
Pastor


Curt Garrett led the Tigers,
with 19.
In the girls game Thursday,
Wakulla beat Port St. Joe girls
27-26. narrowly nudging the
Sharkettes out of the tourna-
ment play.
Candy Pittman paced the
Sharkettes with her 11 points.
PSJ GIRLS-Adkison, 2-0-4;
Stoutamire, 2-0-4; Russ, 1-0-2;
Pittman, 5-1-11; Sealy,.2-1-5:
WAKULLA GIRLS-Scott,
3-0-6; L. Jackson, 5-3-13;
Thomas, 0-1-1; Gilbert, 2-3-7;
M. Jackson, 0-0-0.
Port St. Joe 2 4 7,13-26
Wakulla 1 12 7 7-27

The Wakulla War Eagles,
number four ranked in the
,state, have been chewing.up
all their opposition this year,
but the Jackets tamed them
Friday night, 64-60, to knock
the Eagles out of tournament
contention.
The Jackets:were 11 points
behind going into the last
period, but came from behind
to win.
Charles Whaley led the
Jackets with 28 points.
Port St. Joe entered the
tournament for the first time
%sith its Sharks Friday eve-
ning and used a strong third
quarter to bump .he Florida
High Demons, 74-62.
Robeit Thomas, one of the
slate's top 10 scorers pumped
in 27 points to pace the Shark
win. Chuck Pollock added 14
and Cleveland Riley and Tony
Larry had 10 each. Florida
High's Cedric Smith scored 21.
The Sharks and Demons
started out on even terms,
each scoring 18 points in the.
first period. Starting with'the
second stanza, the Sharks
built their lead in every quar-
ter.


PORT ST. JOE-R. Thom--
as. 11-5-27: Riley, 4-2-10; Pol-
lock, 3-1-7; C. Pollock, 4-6-14;
K. Thomas, 3-0-6; T. Larry,
5-0-10.
FLORIDA HIGH-Pavalko,
8-0-16: Smith, 9-3-21; Bedell,
1-1-3; Kornegay, 2-0-4; John-
son, 5-1-11; Dixon, 1-2-4; Ab-
ney, 1-1-3.
Port St. Joe : 18 17 22 17-74
Florida High 18 14 14 16-62
The Florida High School
girls team took the prettier
half of. the tournament cham-
pionship Friday night, defeat-
ing the Chattahoochee girls,
55-21.

It was another close game
Saturday night, as the Sharks
and the Jackets met for the
championship.
The Jackets jumped off to a
six point lead in the first
period, and went on to pound
away at the Sharks defense,
adding a point here and a point
there.
SThe big guns for both teams
were operating effectively
during the evening. Robert
Thomas netted 24, points for
the Sharks and Charles
Whaley dumped 34 for the
Jackets. Chuck Pollock had 19,
for the Sharks. '.,.
PORT ST. JOE-R. Tho-
mas, 12-0-24; Riley, 3-0-6; L.
Pollock, 2-1-5; C. .Pollock,
7-5-19; K. Thomas, 1-0-2;
Rouse, 3-0-6; Larry, 3-0-6,
..CHATTAHOOCHEE -
Copeland. 8-3-19; Holland, 3-
0-6; Thomas, 4-4-12; Whaley,
14-6-34;. shouppe, 0-2-2.
Port St. Joe 15 14 13 21-68
Chattahoochee21 13 14 25-73

Monday night, the Sharks
Sgot 'back into their' regular
schedule, travelling to Wewa-
hitchka to dump the Gators,


81-61.
The win put the Sharks over
the .500 mark for the season in
their tough schedule.
The Sharks were behind,
36-32 at half time, but came
back with fast breaks and
accurate free throw shooting
in the second half to trouce the
Gators.
Robert Thomas led the
Sharks with his 27 points.
Cleveland Riley and Chuck
Pollock each added 18 and
Kenny Thomas had 14.
Ira McFann was the Gators
top gun with 25 points.
PORT ST. JOE-R. Thom-
as, 11-5-27; Riley, 8-2-18; L.
Pollock, 7-4-18; K. Thomas,
4-6-14; C. Pollock, 1-0-2;
SRouse, 1-0-2.
SWEWA-McFann, 10-5-25;
Wright, 5-2-12; Hill, 5-1-11;
,Gray, 2-2-6; Wright, 2-0-4;
Mathes, 0-2-2; Myers, 0-1-1.

Wakulla edged the Sharks
Tuesday night, 55-52 in a
come-from-behind. victory,.
which handed the Sharks their
ilth loss of the season.
Earlier in the season the,.
Sharks had lost to the Eagles
and seemed on the road to a
win Tuesday, when the Sharks
got into foul trouble in the
third period. The Eagles took
advantage of the handicap to
surge ahead in the last third of
the game.
The Sharks led, 25-22 at
half-time.
Robert Thomas, again was
the big gun for the Sharks,
scoring 23 points. Leon Pol-
lock added 11. Elbert led the
Eagles with'19.
PORT- ST. JOE-Thomas,
10-3-23; Riley, 4-0-8; L. Pol-
lock, 2-2-6; C. Pollock, 5-1-11;
T. Larry, 2-0-4.
WAKULLA-Reed, 2-2-6;


Rankin, 1-0-2; Elbert, 8-3-19;
Lewis, 8-1-17; Crum, 5-1-11. '
Port St. Joe 13 12 15 12--52
Wakulla 6 16 19 14-55

Port St. Joe's girls lost
Tuesday night to the Ruther-
ford Rams, 61-41 in the Ram
gym.
Candy Pittman led the
Shark attack with 12 points.
Connie Stoutamire added 10
points. Pat Mangan led the
Rams with 12 points.
PORT ST. JOE GIRLS---
Pittman, 6-0-12; Adkison, 2-4-
8; Stoutamire, 3-4-10; Sealey,
4-1-9; Pollock, 1-0-2.
RUTHERFORD Mangan,
6-0-12; Johnson, 2-3-7; Baxley,
4-2-10; Hathaway, 3-2-8; Mil-
ler, 1-0-2; Clark, 1-0-2; Huds-
peth, 3-2-8; Schraymeyer, i-0-
2; Williams, 3-2-8; Patterson,
1-0-2.

During the coming week,
the Sharks will be at home
tonight against Cottondale and
on ,the road Tuesday of next
week, back to Cottondale.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1978


Motorists Should Yield


Right of Way for Vehicles


S. The Florida Highway Patrol
has reminded motorists of
their responsibility to yield the
right-of-way to emergency
vehicles which may be on a
life-saving mission.
"With our ever-growing
traffic problems, especially in
cities and urban'areas, ambu-
lances, fire and police vehicles
find it difficult to thread their
way through traffic when
other drivers do not move
over," said Colonel-Eldrige


Beach, Patrol director.
Drivers, upon hearing a
siren or other warning device,
are urged to proceed to the
closest edge of the roadway
clear of an intersection and
stop until the emergency ve-
hicle has passed.
"Do not be in a hurry to
proceed after giving way to
emergency vehicles because
many times, especially with
fire trucks, a second or third
one may be following the lead


Bowling




' News


S. The Wednesday Night
Ladies' League met on
February 1.
: Fla. Bank won three games
Srom Pepsi Cola on lanes one
and two. Tomi Scheffer led
fla. Bank with a 161 game and
Chris Lightfoot a 441 series. Jo
O'Barr bowled a 166 game and
444,series for Pepsi Cola.
On lanes three and four, St.
:Toe Furniture won four games
S -from Container Div., St. Joe
: aperer Co. Faye Capps led
J'urn. with a 195 game and
:: renda Mathes a 515 series.
-Betty Hardin bowled a 164
:game and 401 series for Con-
tainer Div.
On lanes five and six,
:Renfro won four games from
'Apalach Selects. Sydney
S Taylor bowled a 179 game and
4. series for Renfro. Diane
.Rogers had a 141 game and 353
: series for Selects.:
On lanes seven and eight,
:Murphy's won four games
rom Bowen's Cow Girls. Lou
; Mork led Murphy's with a 151
S game and 387 series. Pat

S STANDINGS
TEAM W.-'L
S '.St. Joe Furniture 56 9
S P-epsi Cola 50 26
S : Fla. Bank 49 27
'Renfro 42 34
S 1Murphy's 36 4.0
SSJPC Cont. Div. 34 42
A palach Selects 18% 57'/
Bowen's Cow Girls 18 58


Public

SNotices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
'TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
.GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
-THOMAS E. STUCK, Husband,
Respondenl,
And
.BARBARA S. STUCKI, Wife,
Petitioner.
NOTICE OFSUIT
TO.: Thomas E. Stucki
71 Fourth Street
Ward Ridge, New Jersey 07075
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your Ans--
wer or other response to the Petition on
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M.MOORE, ESQ.,
P.O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the Original thereof in the
Circuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or
before the 16th day of February, 1978. If
you fail to do so, a Final Judgment for
the relief sor'ght may be granted by,
Default.
SDATED this the 12th day of January,
1978.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: -s- Margaret B. Core,
SDeputy Clerk 4t 1-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
SCase No. 77-169
GLEN COMBS, d-b-a
-GLEN'S CABINET SHOP,
Plaintiff,
vs.
-ST. JOE PAPERMAKERS FEDERAL
CREDITUNION and TRENDCORPOR-
ATION OF FLORIDA, INC., a corpora.
tion,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
-TO: TREND CORPORATION OF
FLORIDA, INC..,
a corporation, whose last known
address was:
P. O. Box 2929
Clearwater, Florida 33517
SYOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
'or breach of contract and money
judgment has been filed against you and
"you are required -o serve a copy of your
Uwritlen defenses, if any, to it on Honor.
-able Cecil G. Costin, Jr., plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456,on or
before February 20, 1978, and file the
:'original with the Clerk of this Court
:"either before service on plaintiff's
.- attorney or immediately thereafter;
::Btherwise a default will be entered
Against you for the relief demanded in
.the Complaint.
: WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
'tourt on the 17th day of January, 1978.
:GEORGE Y. CORE,
-As Clerk of the Court
DBy: -s- Tomi JO Scheffer,
As Deputy Clerk (SEAL)
4t 1-19


Hutchinson bowled a 135 game
and 357 series for Cow Girls.

The Thursday Night Ladies
League met at St. Joe Bowling
Lanes on February 2.
On lanes one and two, H. V.
Motors won four games from
Raffields. Barbara Mongold
was tops for H. V. Motors with
a 156 high game and 412 high
series. Gracie Schutz led Raf-
fields with a 128 high game
and 340 high series.
On lanes three and four, the
Kats won four games from the
Playgirls. Jo O'Barr was tops
for the Kats with a 181 high
game ,and 475 high series.
Susan Bigelow led the Play-
girls with a 134 high game and
344 high series.
On lanes five and six, St. Joe
Tel. and Tel. won four games
from Ralph and Henry's.
Breida Clements had a 201
- high game and Nett Hender-
son had a 476 high series for
St. Joe Tel. and Tel. Dereama
Kent had a 159 high game and
Ruby White had a 386 high
series for Ralph and Henry's.
On .anes seven and eight,
the W'i de- B.-'.9ViorT three
games from the'Surefoots.
Trudy Pate had a 131 high
game and Trudy and Lisa
Given tied for high series with
a 358 series each for the
Wonder Bar. Hanna Justice
was tops for the Surefoots with
a 139 high game and 352 high
series.

STANDINGS
TEAM W L
H. V. Motors 62 14
Williams Alley Kats 59 17
St. Joe Tel. and Tel. 51 25
Ralph and Henry's 41 35
Raffield's 26 50
Pate's Surefoots 26 50
Playgirls .22 54
Wonder Bar 17 59


vehicle.. Pedestrians are also
required to yield to emer-
gency vehicles," said Beach.
He also warned against
turning your head to look for
the emergency vehicle since
the t',hffic ahead may stop
suddenly.
"This is one time when the
Golden Rule should apply
because it could be you or one
of your loved ones requiring
emergency assistance," con-
cluded Colonel Beach.

Cecil Rhodes

Housing Head
Sergeant First Class Cecil
G. Rhodes, son of Mr. and
Mrs.'Ruffin Rhodes, 229 7th
St., Apalachicola, recently
was assigned as a chief of
family housing with the 8th
Support Group at Camp
Darby, Italy.
The sergeant is a 1961
graduate of Quinn High
School. He entered the Army
in May, 1962.
His wife, Margaret, is at Ft.
Lee, ya.


John H. Manry. Jr., Presi-
dent and Chief Executive Of-
ficer of Florida National
Banks of Florida, Inc., has
announced the operating
results for the year 1977.
Net income for the year was
$16.299,000 or $1.70 per share,
which included the cumulative
effect of a change in account-
ing method of $3,096,000 or $.32
per share. Income before
cumulative effect of a change
in accounting method for the
year 1977 was $13,203,000 or
$1.38 per share as compared to
net income for 1976 of
$13,381,000 or.$1.36 per share.
Net income for the fourth
quarter 1977 was $3,213,000, or
$.36 per share as compared to
$3,500,000 or $.35 per share for
the fourth quarter 1976.
John Manry stated that
current earnings are en-
couraging due to the fact that
in -1977 the management of
Florida National spent a great
deal of their time in cleaning
up old business and laying the
ground work for the future
expansion of the Company.
This expansion will be ac-
complished primarily through
a branching and automatic
teller machine network and
possibly acquisitions in the
future.
During 1977, twenty-two
branch locations were ap-
proved by regulatory author-


By Virginia Smyth
Acting Reg. Administrator
HCFA. HEW, Atlanta
We're going to start off with
the one question we always
get: What is the difference
between Medicare and Medi-
caid?
The basic difference be-
tween the two distinct and sep-
arate programs is that Medi-
care is a federally funded
insurance program for people
60 and older, disabled people
who have received Social
Security benefits for at least
two years, and all people with
chronic kidney failure di-
sease.
Medicaid is a medical as-
sistance program for low in-
come people only that is fi-
nanced and administered
jointly by the federal govern-
ment and the state.
Medicare is a two-part pro-
gram consisting of hospital
insurance and supplement-
al medical insurance. Hospi-
tal insurance helps pay for
inpatient hospital care and,
after a hospital stay, for in-
patient care at a skilled nurs-
ing facility and for care at
home by a home health
agency. The hospital insur-
ance is financed through
Social Security taxes, and all


SPRING IS EARLY AT CALLAWAY GARDENS GREENHOUSE

It may be cold outside, but at.the Callaway horticulturist at Callaway Gardens is sur-
Gardens Greenhouse Conservatory, guests rounded by a mass of colorful daffodils,
can escape the dreary winter, into a tulips, iris and snapdragons, which are on
springtime wonderland of blooming bulbs and display in the conservatory from 7:00 a.m. to
other flowering plants. Valerie Baker, a 6:00 p.m., daily through February.


ity. of which six were opened programs, the future benefits million at December 3 .


and put into full operation and
seven were under construc-
tion.: During the fourth
Quarter of 1977 Florida Na-
tional began a merger pro-
gram designed to merge all
banks, in any county where
Florida National has more
than one bank and the market
areas :of the banks overlap.
Three-banks in Dade County,
and two in Escambia were
merged during- the fourth
Quarter. The five banks in
Duval County will be merged
prior to the end of the first
Quarter 1978. Even though the
Company is currently bur-
dened with the additional ex-
pense of implementing these


to be derived will more than
justify any cost incurred. As of
December 31, 1977 Florida
National has forty-three bank-
ing offices in operations
statewide.
On December 31, 1977 total
assets of Florida National
Banks of Florida, Inc. were
$1,726 million, an increase of
six percent compared with
$1.628 million on December 31,
1976. Net loans were $685
million on December 31, 1977,
an increase of 11 percent,
compared with $616 million a
year earlier, gross deposits
were $1,453 million on Decem-
ber 31. 1977, an increase of six
percent as compared to $1,367


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receiving SSI, the state pays and the $60 deductible and the
the $7.70 Medicare premium 20 percent co-insurance.


qualified Social Security bene-
ficiaries are automatically en-
rolled.
No monthly premium pay-
ment is required, but begin-
ning January 1, 1978, the pat-
ient is responsible for the first
$144 of covered hospital
charges incurred in each spell
of illness.
A person covered by sup-
plemental medical insur-
ance currently pays $7.70
monthly for Medicare insur-
ance. which helps pay for
most physician care, out-
patient hospital treatment and
other medical services and
supplies. In addition, the pat-
ient pays the first $60 each
year covered by insurance.
This is called the deductible.
The patient also must pay 20
percent of the remainder of.
the insured expenses. This is
called co-insurance, and is a
standard, feature of private
medical and some other types
of insurance.
Medicaid, on the other hand,
is an assistance program and
does not require the patient to
pay any covered hospital or
doctor bills or to pay a month-
ly premium.
Medicaid pays for most
hospital and doctor bills, the
same as Medicare does. How-


ever, in Florida Medicaid also
pays for prescribed drugs, in-
patient hospital services for
persons aged 65 and over in-
institutions for tuberculosis
and mental disease, and for
intermediate care nursing
home services.
The Medicaid program also
pays for care and services
provided in Christian Science
sanitoria. Arrangement: for
transportation of eligible in-
dividuals to services at hospi-
tals. etc., are made by the
state.
In addition, Florida pro-
vides family planning services
and supplies for individuals of
child bearing age. The state
also provides a program of
early periodic screening, diag-
nosis, and treatment for eligi-
ble children. This program is
designed to detect poor health
and other medical problems in
children at an early age. The
program provides eyeglasses,
hearing aids and dental care
to children in addition to the
other services mentioned,
While Medicaid does pay for
these services, they are not
paid for by Medicare.
When a person receives a
monthly Social Security check
and a Supplemental Security
Income (SSI) check, he or she
is eligible for either Medicaid
or Medicare, depending on the
services needed. For persons


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Miss Cramer

On S. Dakota's

Dean's List
Students named to the
Dean's Honor List in the
University of South Dakota
School of Educations have
been announced by Dean
Thomas E. Moriarty.
Elizabeth Cramer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M.
Cramer of Port St. Joe, was
among the students achieving
this honor.
In order to be named to the
Dean's List, a student must
have a 3.3 to 3.699 grade point
average.


Robison Coming

for One Night
Ft. Worth evangelist James
Robison is planning a series on
one-night rallies in Alabama
and North Florida during the
month of February.
The tour will begin
February 20at 7:30 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church of
Panama City.
Traveling with Robison will
be soloist John McKey and
accompanists Reba Ware and
Rick Jackson.

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the old Norse "sloth" mean-
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Morton Frozen Chocolate, Lemon,


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21b
Okg.8239
12oz. Bic
size


Banana or Strawberry
CREAM PIES
Morton Frozen
FRIED CHICKEN
Minute Maid Frozen
ORANGE JUICE
Everfresh Frozen
GLAZED DONUTS


Everfresh Frozen Chocolate or
JELLY DONUTS .ct


Florida Seedless 5 l. A c
WHITE GRAPEFRUIT bag 6


Extra Large
California Seedless
NAVAL ORANGES


12ct. Fresh
pkg. 79 GREEN


791


CABBAGE


Fresh
SWEET POTATOES


Campbell's Pork &

BEAS!
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5 .r 8100


Ib. 17C


16 OZ.
Cans


3 lbs. Sl00


MAARN 2 I I7c


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$
48 oz.
MIO.


4 roll
SPkg.


15 OZ.
cans


Lb $269

Lb. $169
Lb.

Lb. $109

. 99
. 99'


46 OZ.
can


RULES
1 Get a Iree Big Deal Sweeps game ticket every
time you visit a participating store Tickets may also
be obtained by mailing a stamped self-addressed'
envelope to BIG DEAL SWEEPS. PO Box 398.
Geneva. Alabama 36340 No purchase necessary
L Lmil one ticket per family per visit Adults only eligi-
ble 18yrs or older)
2 HOW TO PLAY Using the edge of a coin. gently rub
the box designated as DEALER S HAND lo reveal a
3-of-a-kind card value Now rub the 5 boxes desig-
nated as YOUR HAND If YOUR HAND on one
ticke reveals a higher 3-of-a-kind tard value than
DEALER S HAND ,on the same ticket%, you have a
winning Icket, and you win the prize amount In the
PRIZE BOX Simply rub the PRIZE BOX to reveal
the prize amount YOUR HAND must reveal a
Higher value 3-ol-a-kind han the DEALERS HAND
G FINAL DRAWING 3-f-a-kind in order to win
178 MAY 5.,1978 Cara values Highest to Lowest
1 WiN3RS' Aces 3 Kings 3 Oueens. 3 Jacks. 3 Tens. 3 Nines.
1U WvINIMtRS 3 Eights
0,000 GRAND PRIZE... $20,000 Only 3-ol-a-kind on one ticket can win
2.500 2nd PRIZE $5.000 Enample It YOUR HAND reveals 3 separate Kings
i 000 3rd PRIZE $2.000 and the DEALER S HAND reveals 3 Queens, you
PLUS vwn the prize amount in the PRIZE BOX
O 7 F 3 WHAT TO DO IF'YOU WIN Submil all claimed
S 100 7PRIZES OF S200 ,nmnng tickets to store office for verification Alt
-xnnlng submissions must be signed in area provide
... i.n,,. n presence of autnorize personnel Signature and
.-. .' '^,-,- ,-. -.-,. .,-- address must be supplied before receipt of any prize
s CHART EFFECTIVE JANUARY Ii, lS97 Afte' verification S1 $5 and 510 winners will be paid
S *. wI ;,., *.:.v, at store All $100 and 5500 claimed winning submis-
'*' sons must be verified by the general office a receipt
1--v o xili be issued before payment by check Applicable
S- ao es are responsbiity of winners
'- ;, 4 FINALISTS SUBMISSIONS Ifthe word FINAL-
*" '* IST appears n PRIZE BOX ona winning ticket you
are eligible for entry into a Grano Prize Drawing All
: .., claimed FINALIST submissions must be signed n
a'ea oprovdea ,n presence of authorized personnel
; Y :. U Ate' verification yOLv -ii be entered n a Grand Prize
s Drawing after c'ncileting Enty Form All Finalists
c l erd f-e by PeDrurya 4 19 8 siii be eligible l or draw-
rg CebDrary 10 1978 All Finai,,;: \e-Iled by April
29 '9'78 .. r- egbltot f Calt rangg tOP 5 1978


Drawing date of May 5. 1978 is contingent upon all
game tickets being distributed by April 25. 1978
5 Tickets void if not obtained from and verified by
authorized personnel, illegible, mutilated, altered.
counterfeit. miscut, misregistered. reconstituted.
defective, printed or produced in error, incomplete
or contains extraneous symbols, any portion of VOID
IF REMOVED spot is exposed, other than exactly
one 3-of-a-kind appears in DEALERS HAND box
in black ink, other than exactly five (5) separate play-
ing card values appear in YOUR HAND in black ink,
other than one prize amount appears in PRIZE BOX
in black ink, any such symbols inconsistent with their
caption or with validation number. 6BD99 does not
appear on back of ticket, security pattern does not
appear under all 5 playing cards in YOUR HAND
and under prize amount in PRIZE BOX and under
DEALER S HAND in red ink, or if ticket fails any
of BIG DEAL S other validation tests Liability for voice
ticket. if any. limited to replacement of ticket All sub-
mitted winning tickets become the property of game
sponsor and cannot be returned Not responsible for
lost or stolen t:ckets Employees of Piggly Wiggly.
Benson Wholesale Company. Dixie Dandy. Dixie Dis-
count. Meat World. Phillips Grocery. Wallace Games.
Inc and their immediate family living at home are
ineligible to'play Game void where taxed or prohib-
,ted by law
6 Game ends upon distribution of all Game Tickets.
which might be on. before, or alter the scheduled
termination dale The offer to exchange 10 TICKET
Winners for 10 free tickets expires immediately upon
distribution of all game tickets When and if verified
claims for prizes in any category are equal to the num-
ber of prizes advertised for that category, then game.
as it relates to that specific prize category shall imme-
diately terminate without notice and any unverified
tiCKet submitted at or after that time shall be auto-
martcally rejected
7Only BIG DEAL SWEEPS tickets with Series
=BD99 valid tor this game Valid winning tickets must
be presented within two 2' weeks after end of game
or prizes are forfeited Game program may be re-
peated by popular demand The total number and
worth of przes to be awarded will depend upon the
number of verified tickets actually redeemed


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