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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: April 13, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 32


1,140 Sign Petition


Industry - Deep Water Port - Fi People - Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978


Nursing Home




Gets Support


:' In a public hearing held at
the Gulf County Courthouse
Tuesday evening, local citi-
zens voiced a strong vote of
approval for a nursing home
establishment in the area.
1,140 names were presented
to the hearing committee (in
the form of a petition circu-
lated by the Chamber of Coin-
merce), by Higdon Swatts,
chairman of the Chamber of
Commerce committee which
assisted Health Care Services
of Pensacola, Inc. in their
desire to establish a combina-
tion nursing-convalescent
home in Gulf County.
As Swatts put it, "I'm not
Personally aware of anyone
who opposes the nursing home
in Gulf County . . . The only
person I know of who refused
to sign the petition was a lady
who said she didn't sign any-
thing without asking her hus-
band." He explained that the
Chamber had recognized a
need very early for a nursing
home in Gulf County, and had
been anxious to help in every
way possible in getting it off
the ground.
The petition stated, in short,
that the undersigned support
the establishment of the ptrb-
poged 12tFed tursttllg'home ifr
4 Gulf County because Gulf
county has no nursing home;
families would no longer have
to be separated for health
care; many of the existing
facilities provide poor care or
are in poor condition; and
existing homes are fully oc-
cupied with waiting lists.
Another list, containing 31


supporters, was presented by
Mrs. Martha Jackson, a work-
er with Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association. She
stated that it was her opinion
and the opinion of the signees
that a nursing. home was
needed in Gulf County.
The hearing was step three
of a five-step procedure to
attain the certificate of need
required by the state before
Health Care Services of Pen-
sacola, Inc. can begin con-


struction of a nursing home
facility in Gulf County.
Steps one and two have
already been completed. The
information compiled in the
first three steps will be pte-
sented at a Sub-District Coun-
cil meeting of the Panhandle
Health Systems Agency at
their meeting next Tuesday,
April 18. Then the Council will
make a recommendation to
the Regional Committee
(Continued on Page 3)


DOT Rereal Part-Time Operation Schedule


Bridge Under

The Department of T 'sportation furnished
The Star with the followinlnformation concern-
ing a disruption of traffic o.r the Highland View
drawbridge on Monday.of this week. The
schedule was furnished t Iadvise area drivers
and boating traffic what s dule the DOT would
follow in having the b ' fe operable while
extensive repairs are bela made to the draw
span. The DOT expects to.! le making extensive
repairs and machinery placement at the
bridge until June 19.
APRI
'. During the period wh i began last Thurs-
day and expected to conti e through April 26,
Monday through Friday? he bridge will be
closed to navigation fromS' 1 a.m., to 5:00 p.m.,
except that one leaf will be n the open position
from 12:00 noon to 1:0A o.m.., furnishing a
horizontal clearance of 39 0't and an unlimited
vertical clearance for nav action. Between 5:00
J . . ,


Repair thru June 19


p.m., and 8:00 a.m., both leaves will be operable
to pass navigation. The bridge will operate
normally on Saturday and Sunday.
Vehicular traffic will be permitted with
bridge openings and delays probable. The DOT is
hopeful of keeping stoppages of vehicle traffic to
no more than one hour duration at a lime with
minimal stoppages during peak vehicular traffic
hours between 7:00 to 9:00 a.m., and 4:00 to 6:00
p.m. To avoid the possibility of these delays,
vehicles may detour via Overstreet.
APRIL 27 TO MAY 31
On Monday through Friday, the bridge will
be closed to navigation from 8:00 a.m., to 5:00
p.m., with one leaf in the open position from
12:00 noon to 1 00 p.m., to pass navigation. After
normal working hours and on Saturday and
Sunday, during daylight only, one leaf creating
a 39 foot passageways will be operable. The
bridge will be closed during nighttime hours


except in cast of an emergency when one leaf
will be operable. Vehicular traffic will be the
same as above.
JUNE I TOJJUNE 19
Monday through Friday. the bridge will be
closed to navigation from 7:00 a.m.. to 6:00 p.m.,
with one leaf in the open position from 12:00 noon
to 1:00 p.m.. to pass navigation. Between 6:00
p.m., and 7:00 a.m., both leaves will be operable
to pass navigation. The bridge will operate
normally on Saturday and Sunday. The bridge
will be closed to vehicular traffic from 7:00 a.m.,
to 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Vehicular traffic
will be permitted 6:00 p.m., to 7:00 a.m. Normal
traffic Saturday and Sunday.
The passage of emergency traffic will
receive every possible assistance in emergency
situations.
School buses and emergency vehicles will be
permitted at all times.


In Charges Against Wewa Teachers




-8 Wilder Backs Faculty


- 1




The County Commission meeting room
was filled with interested citizens Tuesday
evening for a public hearing concerning the


Water Causes Concern


County Board


Water was the topic of
discussion at the County Com-
. mission meeting Tuesday


morning. In Highland View, it water beg
was deciding where the fresh poses; in
water ended and the salt what to d


Man Dead Three W



Found In Overstree


* According to Sheriff Ken
Murphy of Gulf County, Sa-
turday afternoon, April 8, the'
badly decomposed body of
Noel Sidney Arkinstall was
located in his back yard in
Overstreet by Captain James
Buchanan.
Mr. Arkinstall was a native
of Australia and had been a
resident of the Overstreet
community for the past three
years. A' preliminary exami-
nation made by Dr. Ralph A.
Monaco, medical examiner,
indicated that Arkinstall had
been dead approximately
three weeks. A full autopsy
was performed by Dr. Ed->
mund R. Kielman and his
initial findings indicate no foul
play, however, a full report
has not been submitted.
Sheriff Murphy says that the
investigation in the case of
Mr. Arkinstall reveals that
he was a professional tennis
player. He had been employed
as a tennis pro by various
; tennis clubs throughout the
U.S. His next of kin are all
believed to be in Australia.
The remains are being held in
the morgue in Panama City,
' pending the completion of the
investigation and notification
of next of kin.
Sheriff Murphy states that-
Mr. Arkinstall apparently had
no relatives in the U.S. and no
real close friends. The She-


riff's Department is running a way or
full investigation into the pos- James Bu
sibility of a crime having been Raymond
committed and that the case County Si
would not be closed until a are condu
determination is made one tion.


Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy is sh
badly decomposed body of an Overstreet r
his backyard. --SI


Meeting

gan, for fishing pur- dangerous situat
Wewahitchka, it was velops at the tail
lo with the at times Dead Lakes dat
ermen begin to
place to fish;
SeGrove, it was
e k 'that someone in
eeks the sewer and
there before it i
finished.
- The County's
supervisor, E., I
the Commission
the other. Captain Grove system sh
ichanan and Deputy pleated by the
Watson of the -Gulf month. He also
sheriff's Department concern that son
acting the investiga- the area are wa
up to the system
especially the) s
Gunn asked the
what he could
people thatthe sy
yet ready to re
mers.
Gunn report
appears as if e-
cept the repavi
cut by the constr
be finished by
of the system
complete, but th
little work to do
system", Gunns
The supervisor
people are alrea
hook up to the
stressed the im
seeing that thd
properly made
the plans he has
The Commissi
ed previously on
fee for the sys
incorporated a
paying the hoo
alleviate Gunn's
the manner of at
sewer mains, tha
and a list of mat
will be supplied
permit is secur
own inspecting the he is also conc
man, found dPead in area since some


,tieriffs Dept. photo
heriff'sDept. photo


(Continued o


- Superintendent of Schools
Walter Wilder countered a
. charge made at the March
meeting of the Board that
certain instructors in the We-
wahitchka schools were har-
rassing black students. The
charges were made by Bryant
Hand and Colbert Williams
and specifically named princi-
, pal Clayton Wooten and Coach
.-Buster Owens as their targets
of'complaint.
S'Wilder stated that he had
- made a thorough investigation
of the matter and found the
facts not to be as presented in
( 4 the March meeting. Wilder
answered two specific charges
made by Hand and Williams,
' .given by them at the March
tv for Gulf meeting.
In the first incident, a son of
-Star photo Hand's was alleged to have
beqn harassed by Wooten for
wearing a hat on the school
A t grounds when school policy
prohibited wearing of hats in
the building only.
SWilder said his investigation
showed the incident occurred
on February 24 at about 2:30
p.m., in the commons aref of
the school. He said his investi-
gation showed the student was
asked to remove his hat by
ion which de- Principal Wooten, who was
waher fftishe then told by the student what
Shen fish he was and was not going to do
fight for a in a loud and arrogant voice.
and in Oak Wilder said the Principal pro-
* a concern perly advised the student his
light tie onto conduct was totally unaccept-
water system able and the student was
is completely instructed not to return to
c . school until his parents came
.construction with hi m.
ht. Gunn, t Wilder approved of Woo-
ohtld be Okn- ten's action in the matter by
ould be co stating "It was entirely pro-
first of the
expressed a per. .
expressed a In the second incident cited
me people in in the March meeting the two
ting to hook Wewahitchka men claimed a
Right now, black student was harassed
ewer portion. in an alleged "bumping" in-
do to warn cident in the halls of the
stem was not Wewahitchka school..
receive custo- Wilder said his study
showed the "bumping" hap-

d that it now
verythin e Three Now
ng of streetsT reeNow
ruction would
ay 1. "Some Qualified
is alreadyQual e
here is still a
on the water for Race
said.
r said several Two more candidates have
dy wanting to filed their qualification papers
sewer. Gunn for the upcoming Port St. Joe
nportance of Municipal Election to be held
hook-ups are on Tuesday, May 2.
according to Incumbent Gerald Sullivan
s prepared, has filed his qualification fee
ion has decid- and declared himself a candi-
n the hook-up date for re-election. Opposing
tem and has Sullivan will be John Robert
permit into Smith, who qualified late last
k-up fee. To week to seek election. Smith, a
concern over retired druggist, served one
attaching to the term as a Commissioner a few
at instructions years ago. Sullivan will be
trials needed seeking his third term on the
at the time the Commission.
ed. Gunn said Qualification books for po-
erned in this tential candidates will remain
e people have open until 5:00 p.m., Tuesday,
n page 8 ) April 18,


opened between a black boy
and a white girl during class
change. "The two were taken
to the Principal's office in the
presence of Principal Wooten
and Principal designee
George Cox. "In the opinion of
both men. the incident was
extremely minor and requir-
ed no disciplinary action;
thus, none was taken."
The complaint against
Coach Owens was that he had
cursed during a practice ses-
sion of the football team.
Wilder said he had talked with
Owens about the matter and
informed him there would be


no cursing during student
activities.
Wilder said, in a general
statement, "I find the staff
and faculty at Wewahitchka
High School attempting to
conduct a good educational
program in a disciplined en-
vironment. Since it is my
strong opinion that good dis-
cipline goes hand-in-hand with
good education, I applaud
rather than condemn the ef-
forts of the staff and faculty in
this regard."
In answer to charges made
earlier that Wewahitchka
does not have enough black


Roy Taylor. shown above right, will step
down from his long-time service as financial
officer for the Gulf County School Board at
the end of this month. Taylor was honored
Tuesday afternoon at the Board's meeting for


teachers on the faculty, Wil-
der replied: "I have one
statement and one statement
only to make in this regard; I
hope that always in hiring
teachers to work with the
children of the Gulf County
School system the main cri-
teria in making recommenda-
tions will always be the com-
petency of the teacher involv-
ed, regardless of the color of
his or her skin".
The Board had earlier told
Hand and Williams that re-
peated efforts to hire black
teachers for Wewahitchka
(Continued on Page 2)


his long years of service. In the photo above,
School Board Chairman Kenneth Whitfleld
presents Taylor with a plaque of appreciation
for his service. -Star photo


-: -:-
Superintendent of Schools B. Walter afternoon. Baxley's name will be entered into
Wilder, left, presented Bryan Baxley, right, competition to select the state Teacher of the
an instructor in the Wewahitchka Schools Year. Baxley is a physical education Instruc-
with a plaque designating him as Gulf tor in the Wewahitchka schools. He is the son
County's "Teacher of the Year" at the of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Baxley of Port St. Joe.
regular meeting of the School Board Tuesday -Star photo


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PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. APRIL 13.



-se - THE STAR -
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EDITORIALS:




Give Support to


A Place


to Relax


New, sturdy tables and benches have
been placed in the park on the shores of St.
Joseph Bay in the Fifth'Street park by the
City of Port St. Joe to afford a restful and
beautiful setting for those who wish to
relax at lunch or any other time to have a
comfortable place to sit.
This bench is one of four constructed
by City crews and placed in the park. The
idea was instigated by the Chamber of
Commerce who asked the City to take this
action.
The park is a popular place at noon
time with people who work downtown and
"brown bag" it at lunch time. The park is
also a popular place in the afternoons
when the tennis players use the adjacent
court and during the week end, when the
boat ramp at the end of Fifth Street
attracts people to the area.
The new benches were placed in the
park two weeks ago.
-Star photo


Port A authority


From the moves being made
":now, it would appear as if we are on
the edge of getting some develop-
ment started for our port here in
Port St. Joe. For the past 25 years,
that we know of, everyone, including
us, has talked about getting our port
Developed, but precious little has
actually been done toward this end.
Now, the local Port Authority
Vhas asked for permission to levy
i bonds, repayable from port reve-
nues for possible development of a
water shipment facility here. This is
"a concrete move in the right
direction.
: In the past, Port St. Joe has had
l a lively port activity which meant
: many jobs and considerable sweet-
ening of the local economy without
even a public dock from which to
.operate. It has been at the good:
' graces of those who own dock space
in the harbor that we have ex-
perienced what lucrative port busi-
ness we have had.
Others have expressed a desire
to consider this port as their


shipping point if arrangements can
be made.
A regenerateWdport activity here
in Port St. Joe could give us that
clean new industry we have all
expressed a desire for. Port activi-
ties put considerable cash to floating
around in the community and with a
concentrated effort to securing and
catering to this type business makes
only good sense to us.
Port St. Joe stands in a good
position to gain considerable busi-
ness from water shipping, it would
seem. We have a natural deep water
harbor which takes little mainten-
ance. In this day of the ecologist, a
need for little maintenance is a
definite plus for any water shipping
facility.
We hope everyone will support
'the Port Authority in their endeavor
to have the Legislature 'give them
bonding power in order that we may
be in a position to take advantage of
this asset at some time in the future.
It is an asset which is just lying in
wait for someone to develop.


To Enjoy


Port St. Joe is no St. Petersburg,
but the people of this area like to sit
and bask in the sunshine and get out
in the balmy breezes also. There are
quite a number of people who gather
in the park on the edge of St.
Joseph's Bay at noon to eat their
lunch, enjoy the sea breezes and
generally relax in a relaxing atmos-
phere.
Their biggest hang-up was that
they had no benches, no tables, or
other facilities with which to better
enjoy the area. Now they have. At
the instigation of the Chamber of
Commerce, the City has placed


some benches and tables in the area
for the use of anyone utilizing the
park area.

Not to place two subjects into
one article, we can't help but
comment on the large number of
people who were on the beaches over
the week end. The beaches were
crowded from St. Joe Beach through
Mexico Beach Sunday afternoon. It
looks like a good year for the beach
businesses, and if it's a good year for
them, it'll be a good year for their
customers who come to have a good
time at the seashore.


Judge Smith Sentences


.Marijuana Smugglers
�� C59


Ten men were sentenced by
Circuit Judge Larry Smith
here last week for their part in
the marijuana smuggling case
which was intercepted by
local, state and federal law
enforcement people last sum-
mer. The men were given
sentences in the case which


A Layman's View


was observed by agents at the
old dynamite loading docks
and the arrest of a caravan of
vehicles transporting the pot
near Cypress Creek Bridge.
The men admitted bringing
the illegal drug to the dock on
July 22 of last year, rather
than go to trial before a jury.


By Billy Norris


Bible Notes


KEY WORD:
BLESS THE LORD
S"Bless the Lord, 0 my soul:
- and all that is within me, bless
his holy name."
The Psalms are rich in
words of encouragement to
keep our attitudes in proper
channels. This particular
verse is one that should be
committed to memory. It is a
constant source of strength to
me. First, "Bless the Lord, 0
my soul. . ." reminds me to
praise God and give Him glory


and my soul is quickened
(made alive) by this thought.
And then comes the
clincher, "and all that is
within me, bless his holy
name." To me this means
EVERYTHING that is bad,
mean, vile, hate, jealousy, as
well as that which is good,
love, peace, and joy, bless the
Lord. You see if you bless the
Lord with even your bad
attitude in a very short time
the bad is gone. His Name is
Holy. PRAISE THE LORD,
you'll like it!


They received sentences from
Judge Smith ranging from two
to five years each.
Marcus Renfro of Orange-
burg, S. C., Martin James
Laurich of Atlanta, Ga., and
Daniel Eugene Currie of Al-
buquerque, N.M., were all
given five years in prison and
assessed with a $10,000 fine for
their part in the operation.
Lexington Dunlap of Bran-
don, David Benton Linhart of
St. Petersburg and William
Baron Stronach, III of Boone,
N.C., were each given four
years in prison and a $10,000
fine.
Paul David McCann of Okla-
homa City, Okla., Robert Lee
Bales of Lithonia, Ga., and
Russell Johnson Thomas, III
of Fort Lauderdale were each
sentenced to three years and a
$10,000 fine each.
John M. Kerce of Columbia,
S.C., was sentenced to two
years and given a $5,000 fine.
A five percent surcharge
was also tacked onto the fines
levied by Judge Smith.
James Ray Morgan of


News. .


From the High School

By WOODY JONES


For the past few weeks, the
Junior Class, with the help of
sponsors Minnie Likely and
Clarence ("Carl") Monette,
has been working at. the
Centennial Buildihg preparing
for, the Jr.-Sr. Prom on
Saturday the 15th. The theme
of the Prom this year is "Tom
Sawyer" so the Juniors are
busy cutting out and painting
steamboats and picket fences.
The Prom will start at 9:00
Saturday night.
The Key Club is selling
tickets for the Kiwanis Club
"Pancake Days". The price is
$1.00 for children -under 12,
$1.50 for adults (all the pan-
cakes you can eat). The event
will be on Saturday, May 6
from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. on
the corner of 5th Street and
Reid Avenue.
The ROTC cadets are fixing
the St. Joe rifle range in order
to use it for firing their .22
rifles later on in the. month.
Commander David
Humphreys is planning on
starting a team which would
compete against other units in

Charged With

Pot Possession
Sheriff Ken Murphy reports
that Larry D. Faulkner, age
34, of Atlanta, Georgia, was
arrested during the early
morning hours Saturday, by
Deputies Joe Johnson and
Jack Davila. Faulkner was
charged with possession of
marijuana and grand theft.
The arrest took'place arter
the deputies answered a dis-
turbance call to the Crystal
Service Station on U.S. High-
way 98 in Highland View. It
was found that Faulkner, who
was involved in the distur-
bance, possessed marijuana.
It was later discovered that
Faulkner had stolen approxi-
mately $300 from the Crystal
Station, where he was an
employee.
Faulkner was arraigned be-
fore County Judge David L.
Taunton on Saturday and is
currently lodged in the Guld
County Jail in lieu of $1,500
bond.

Wrightsville Beach, N.C., for-.
feited his $35,000 cash bond by
failing to appear for sentenc-
ing. Morgan is reportedly
lodged in a South American
prison.
Sentencing will be handed
down on April 20 or 27 against
three other men involved in
the case. They are: Thomas
Henry Jones, Jr. of Columbia,
S.C., and twin brothers, Lau-
rich Rhem Welsh and James
Elwood Welsh, both of Colum-
bia, S.C. They had entered
guilty pleas.


(Continued from Page 1)

Backs

Faculty
High had been in vain.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the
Board:
-Received proposals from
two Panama City architectur-
al firms to design a new
vocational complex in Wewa-
hitchka. Present were repre-
sentatives from the firms of
Norman Gross and Guy Chap--


rifle-shooting matches.
Anybody interested in par-
ticipating in a Gulf County
soccer league can call
229-6119. Leave your name and
the phone number where you
can be reached.


We're playing "catch-up" around The Star
this week. We didn't work last week end and that
puts us behind.
We all bundled up in the car and set out for
Orlando to attend the Graphic Arts Show, which
is held there every two years at about this time of
the year.
Going to the Graphic Arts Show is a
traumatic experience for me. I get down there
and start going through the machinery exhibits
and I'm just like a kid at Christmas time, when
the Sears toy catalog arrives in the house.
There is so much I see and want that I can
hardly stand it.
We saw presses which we would dearly love
to have but would have no use in the world for.
They would look nice in our back shop, but at
$30,000 a piece and up, I can't stand that type of
interior decorating.
The show had all the latest type computer
typesetters, which makes the one we have on
which this type is set look practically ancient,
even though it is only five years old. There were
presses, paper cutters, stitchers, folders, chemi-
cals, photo processors, plate-makers, and dis-
plays from paper manufacturers and jobbers
which made my mouth water.
The last Graphic Arts Show I attended was
about 10 years ago, when offset printing was just
beginning to draw up even with letterpress and
about half of the emphasis then was on
letter-press equipment. The one last week end
was totally different.
Things sure do change in a hurry.

Since we did take off over the week end, it
made writing this piece a little difficult. I didn't
have the time to gather material; I didn't have
time to write it in the usual time slot of Saturday
morning, when I can just sit back in the office, by
myself, and strain to make the words come. This
column is sort of a "pick up" which has to be
written, but for which we don't have much of a
subject on hand.
About the easiest thing I can do is to go to
my mail and see what's there. There's usually
something which is good for a laugh or a cry.
For instance, I received an official looking
letter in the mail the other day addressed to me
personally.


man. No decisions were made
Tuesday on which architect to
use.
-The Board discussed their
upkeep costs for school buses
and weighed the possibility of
purchasing some new ones.
-A student and her father
were present at the meeting in
protest to disciplinary action
taken against the student. The
Board was advised by their
attorney, Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
not to deal with the matter at
the time and advised the
parents to seek legal consulta-
tion if' they wished to oppose
thejaction: of the:Board.


Maxwell AFB

Band Coming
The official band for Max-
well AFB, Ala., the Maxwell
Airs, will tour the local area in
support of Air Force recruit-
ing. The band consists of six
male enlisted members play-
ing the 40 variety hits.
Port St. Joe will host the
band April 18 at 8:10 a.m.,
which will be followed by an
appearance -at Wewahitchka
High School at 10 a.m.


I opened the envelope and there was a flyer
telling me that some research team had
examined the "Ramsey" family tree and had
come up with a published history of the
Ramsey's in this country.
The writer wanted me to have one. He
offered to sell me one of the books for $15.00 and
made a side offe of a coat-of-arms patch and
some other little goodies which I sorely needed to
fertilize my "roots".
Some time ago, Mrs. George Small's mother
was visiting from up in New York and she knew
of the Ramsey family and sent me a resume of
where the family originated and sent a coat of
arms. Her history had the Ramsey's springing
from Scottish noblemen.
Since there is the off-chance that the history
book offered to me the other day would reveal an
outlaw in the woodpile in some generation, I
think I'll just settle for the bit of Ramsey history
furnished us by Mrs. Small's mother. There's no
need of taking chances.
Another interesting tid-bit I received in the
mail the other day was a news release that
veterinarians were being instructed in a new
painless method of dehorning goats and remov-
ing their odor creating glands. All of this was
learned in a special seminar.
That particular piece of breath-taking news
was scratched from the paper by a recipe for
goulash made from left-over turkey.
One of the responsibilities of being an editor
is making important decisions like that - what
runs and what doesn't.
Then I received a letter from Senator
Lawton Chiles trying to show us how the
proposed Social Security payment law was going
to cost us less money.
That one needed dehorning and de-glanding
more than the goat. Maybe we should have run
that article, after all. When some Government
deduction goes to costing less, that is news.
Then I received Congressman Bob Sikes
latest newsletter which contained an article
stating that the Humprhey-Hawkins bill seemed
to be gaining momentum in its revamped form.
The purpose of the bill is to give everyone in the
United States gainful employment.
That must be quite a shock to everyone -
those who don't want a job and those who don't
think the bill will work.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


I







THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 13 PAGE THREE


Showers Cause Hazard


Stan Davis, left, Bob Davis, center, and Hope Baker, proposed nursing home-conval
members of the Florida Panhandle Health Systems Agency Tuesday evening.
listen as concerned Gulf Countians voice their opinions on a


-L 'Invisible dangers created
during the first few, minutes of
Florida's frequent spring and
summer rain showers double
chances of motorists being
involved in traffic crashes,
said the Florida Highway
Patrol.
"The first few minutes of
a# rain showers are the most
hazardous for driving. It is
during this period that the
.,grease, rubber and oil com-
bline with water to create an
lescent center in a hearing invisible danger. Drivers
Star hoto should immediately reduce
photo speed and double following
distances when the rain
Club Sponsors begins," said Colonel Eldrige
u pO SO Beach, director of the Patrol.
Bake , Satle "As the rain continues, this
Bake Sale ~build-up of oil and water is
The Twilight Civic Club .is washed off the road and
sponsoring a bake sale lhis' "actually becomes safer in
Saturday, beginning at 10:00 respect to the degree of slip-
a.m. The sale will be held on .periness," said Beach.
Main Street in North Port St. Intersections and curves are


Joe.
Proceeds of the sale will be
donated to the Gulf County
Activity Center for Retarded
Adults.


James Fulmer of Health Care Services of Pensacola exhibits a drawing of a proposed
nursing home which his firm desires to build in Port St. Joe. -Star photo

From Page 1 ...


Nursing Home Receives
Fulmer continued, explain- ship in traveling to Bay Coun-
Concerned citizens are ing that there was indeed a ty and other places to visit
urged to attend and support need in Gulf County for a relatives and friends, who
the nursing home. Free nursing home. He substan- would much prefer to be
transportation will be pro- tiated' his claim by pointing closer to home.
vided for those wishing to out that 98 percent of all Bob Moore spoke up saying,
attend, and will be leaving admissions in Bay County "These people (Health Care
the Apalachicola Northern were from Bay County. Yet, 10 Services of Pensacola); have
Railroad office building percent of Gulf County's popu- 'convinced me that they pro-
nafrinik lo ra S*AW, lo.ti at 10 mi4LIi- CC jyi-7 4 nno n -. I . . -


most hazardous as vehicles
-lose traction with the pave-
ment due to extra wear at
'those locations.
'' "Our Patrol officers are


always busy investigating
traffic crashes during the
early part of rain showers,
This alone should
prove that driving in rain is


hazardous and be incentive
enough for motorists to take
additional safety precautions
when the rain begins," con-
cluded Colonel Beach.


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April 18.

which will meet April 28, who
in turn, will make a final re-
commendation to the state
office for final approval or
disapproval.
James R. Fulmer, President
of Health Care Services sub-
mitted a statement to the
panel describing the proposed
facilities early in the hearing
procedures. He explained that
his company was interested in
building the proposed 120-bed
facility, including such ser-
vices as expanded patient
activities, social services,
physical therapy, and a geria-
tric out-patient nurse clinic.


figure which is growing at a
rate of 3 percent per year. As
Fulmer stated, "The proposed
project shall improve' health
care access to the - elderly
population . . . elderly pat-
ients are having to be up-
rooted and moved long dis-
tances to obtain long-term
care."
These claims were aired
over and over again by the
large crowd gathered at the
hearing.
Mary A. Jackson explained
how her husband had passed
away before she could find an
opening in a nursing home to
admit him to.
Others pointed out the hard-


Camp Victory Director

Will Show Slide Program
Jim Miller, Director, will be gram is $28.00. Come to one of
in Port St. Joe next week the above meetings for more
showing slides and explaining information.
the ministry of Camp Victory.
Mr. Miller will be at the -
First Baptist Social Hall on
Monday, April 17,7:30p.m. He O A K B E
will also speak to the Men's O B
Prayer Group on Tuesday,
April 18.
Camp Victory is well known
to this area as the "Joy Club
Camp". It is a non-denomina-
tionpl camp located on a lake
near Florala, Alabama. It
serves Northwest Florida and
South Alabama and is under |
the direction of the Children's
Bible Mission.
Children from the third
grade through high school are
.eligible for one of the six-day
programs, offered during the
summer months. Activities
include boating, canoeing, 3 Pc. BEDRO00
swimming, fishing, horseback
riding, archery, riflery and 8 Drawer Dres
group sports, as well as good
food, excellent Bible classes Hutch Mirror
and competent Christian coun- Your Choice
selors.
Minimal cost for the pro- (Regular Bed Or

Addison Gets King Headboard

UF Degree .
Raymond Edwyn Addison of
Port St. Joe was among the
1,242 persons receiving de-
grees awarded by the Univer-
sity of Florida recently. Mr. + Dpb I Mage
Addison received a Bachelor
of Arts degree.


pose to build a nursing home
as expediently as possible ...
and are not interested in tying
up another certificate of
need."
He explained that while
several certficiates of need
are presently approved in
other counties, some are not
being used and construction
isn't being expedited.
Stan Davis, one of the
hearing 'board members,
pointed out that of the two
steps completed at present to
obtain a certificate of need,
'Health Care Services is bat-
ting .500. He explained that the
.staff analysis had recom-
mended that the application
be denied, saying that accord-
ing to projected standards, the
home would exceed the total
service need.
But, on the other hand, the
project review committee had
unanimously approved the
project determining that Gulf
County had an immense need
for the 120-bed nursing and
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Sunday ....... .... 10:00 AM

Welcome tf Everyone

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Broadcast
Sonia White has been pro-
moted to associate director,
broadcast standards and pro-
cedure of COX Broadcasting
Corporation, Atlanta.
Ms. White, a 1966 graduate
.:f Port St. Joe High School is
tjthe former Sonia Cooper and
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivey
r ooper of Port St. Joe.
S , Cox Broadcasting owns and
-operates five VHF television
".stations and five AM and
seven FM radio stations and is
also engaged in television and
radio sales representation,
business publishing, motion-
picture production, Cable tele-
vision, data communication
:,and automobile services.
Gulf County
. School Lunch-

MENUS
S Monday, April 17
Ground beef steaks, mashed'
potatoes with gravy, carrot,
cabbage and celery, green.
Beans, rolls, milk.
Tuesday, April 18'
Cheeseburger, lettuce and
tomato, French fries, bun,
cookie, milk.
Wednesday, April 19
Oven fried chicken, ripe
with gravy, turnip greens,
S:applesauce, cornbread, milk.
Thursday, April20
Tuna-apple salad, orange
glazed sweet potatoes, green
,%peas, bread, cookie, milk.
Friday, April 21
/ Hot dogs, cole slaw, French
fries, cake with icing, milk.,
Menus are subject to change,
. due to the availability of food.


.[� i'.


1*


V


Miss Cindy Atkins was feted with a bridal
shower in the social rooms of the Pentecostal


Holiness Churqai on Garrison Avenue Satu
day night. -Star pho


Miss Cindy Atkins, Bride-elec


Honored with Calling Showei


A miscellaneous calling
shower honoring Miss Cindy
Atkins was given Saturday
night, April 8, by the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Pentecostal
Holiness Church.
The Fellowship Hall of the
church was beautifully decor-
ated in the bride-tp-be's
chosen colors of peach and
mint green. the party area
was decorated with spring
flowers. A lovely white floor
length table cover was used on
the refreshment table with
tiny rose buds attached to the


the Auxiliary. Her mother,
Mrs. Wesley Atkins, and
grandmother, Mrs. Katie
Atkins, were also presented
lovely corsages.
Maxine Money, Elizabeth
Raiford and Christine Dunlap
led the ladies in playing
several games.
Miss Atkins will wed Steve
Tatum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Ross Tatum of Afton,
Virginia on June 10th at the.
First Pentecostal Holiness
Church of Port St. Joe.


corners and center of the
table. A silver candelabra
with lighted tapers was used
on either side of the cake.
Refreshments included a
white sheet cake decorated
with tiny peach rose buds,
mint green punch, and party
mints.
The honoree chose an
orange and white spring dress
for the occasion. Her party
attire was complemented by a
white carnation corsage with
orange ribbon presented by


PAGE,FOUR


John Robert Middlemas,
Panama City business man
,and recognized advocate of
-wise conservation of our
state's natural resources, is
* the speaker for next Wednes-
day's luncheon meeting of St.
Joseph Bay Chapter
Daughters of the American
Revolution.
'Mrs. Tom Owens, chapter
vice-regent and program
chairman, has announced that
"Conservation Is Strength For
the Nation" is the title of Mr.
Middlemas' address. The pro-

Jonathan Pierce

Has Birthday
Jonathan Pierce, son of Mr.
,and Mrs. Paul Pierce cele-
brated his first birthday on
| April 1.
A Snoopy party was given in
the home of his maternal
ir- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
)to Dave Maddox, Jonathan's
paternal grandparents are
f Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pierce.
/t Traditional birthday cake,
ice cream and punch were
served to friends helping
r Jonathan celebrate the
occasion.


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Williams
announce the birth of their
daughter, Alyson Mae, on
March 8. She weighed six
pounds, 13% ounces.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Herring of
Port St. Joe. Paternal grand-
parents are Mrs. Emma
Williams of Dothan, Al. and
Ralph P. Williams of Green-
ville, S. C.


gram has been planned to tie
in with the National Society
DAR's theme for the year,-
"The Way of the Lord Is
Strength to the Upright."
(Proberbs 10:29)
Mr. Middlemas was recog-
nized last year by the Tropical
Park Audubon Society of
Miami as "Conservationist of
the Year."
The National DAR Conser-
vation Committee advocates
education in the wise use of
our national resources, in-
cluding good forest practice,
conservation of energy and
prevention of pollution of our
air and water sources. The
committee opposes govern-
ment over-regulation and en-
vironmental extremists.
Members are making re-
servations for the noon meet-
ing with Mrs. B. Roy Gibson,
Sr., Mrs. Nobie Stone and Mrs.
W. T. Weathington, hostesses.


Jonathan Pierce


Medical Services Offering



Critical Care Training


The Florida Panhandle Re- training further information on
'gional EMS Management Or- the program, including a com-
'ganization, Inc. is sponsoring plete brochure with lecture
a 30-hour lecture training topics, speaker identifications
program covering theifo.fowr -*and: da~l time schoddles,�
ji six critical care 'areas:* should contact Teri Bartik, R.
0)urn, Behavioral, Cardiac, N. or Sandy Knight, at
N.-eonatal and Pediatric, 769-8568. or write to the
.Spinal Cord and Head Injuries Florida Panhandle Regional
�ad Trauma emergencies. EMS Management Organiza-
:Lecturers will be local, re- tion, Inc. at 812 West 1th
'fpnal and national speakers Street, Panama City 32401.
.3yVth expertise in a critical We suggest that if you have
'.ire area. There is NO FEE
'Tor attending this program.
Lectures will be directed to-
-Ward nurses, paramedics and
other emergency medical
personnel.
This program has been ap-
proved for 30 contact hours for .
W-jegistered nurses by the
Florida Nurses' Association
and for three C.E.U.'s for
EMT's by the EMS Section of
the Department of HRS, State
of Florida. C.E.U.'s for LPN's
have been applied for. Also,
;.two semester hours of college
1'2redit for attending the total W
830-hour program may be ap- I
plied for through Gulf Coast
Community College, Registra-
.tion for college credit will be We'v
held the first day of the , N .
-training series. the N<
Lectures will be presented class
'in three weekend modules.
.The dates are April 22 and 23, This
'.May 20 and 21 and June 3 and Thurs
4. All lectures will be held at
Gulf Coast Community Col- (East<
'lege, 5239 West Highway 98, in th
Panama City. (Room 107- i
.Language Arts Auditorium) Bay S
Attending this program, or ob-
____________ Join
* S_ Wei
one Thats inform


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'WEIGrT WATCHERS"
INTERNATIONAL, INC.,


not pre-registered for this
training program and are
planning on attending, that
you contact either Teri or
SSandy' at the above address.
Program made possible
through: The Florida Pan-
handle Regional EMS Man-
agement Organization, Inc.
The purpose of this organiza-
tion is to upgrade emergency
medical services in the 18
counties of the Florida Pan-


EIGHT


kTCHERS



e opened the door of
ew WEIGHT WATCHERSi


in Port St. Joe.
class will meet each i
sday at 7:30 PM
ern Standard Time)
e Gray Bldg. on A
Street ( before
h Grocery ).
us!

gh in at'7 PM. For
nation call Toll Free
-432-2041.




WEIGHT
WATCHERS
The Authority










AND@ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF WEIGHT WATCHERS
MANHASSET, N.Y. WEIGHT WATCHERS INTERNATIONAL, 1978


handle by assisting in the
coordination of various emer-
gency services, providing in-
service training for EMS per-
'-sbtffel,-and by ihftiatingk 'a
comprehensive EMS public
education program


Wewahitchka State Bank

"Your Full Service Bank"
i in Wewahitchka


I.--.-


rAGEFOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe. FIn. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1977


Sonia White

Promoted In


R Season No. I why
we should do
* your taxes."





Henry W. BIQck
We are income tax specialists.
-'We ask the right questions.
SWe dig for every honest de-
bxuctioi and credit. We want
to leave no stone unturned to
inake sure you pay the small-
est legitimate taxL


THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
:''116MONUMENTAVE.
S PHiONE 229-8536
::PEN AFTER 6:30 P.M.
By Appointment


Middlemas to


Address DAR


. . - I


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1977







Witnesses Meet In Pan


Frank Bartell, district
supervisor for Jehovah's
Witnesses spoke to an
audience of 1,409 at the Muni-
ci'pal Auditorium Sunday,
-April 9 on the subject "Have
Faith in the Good News".
Bartell stated how bad and
depressing most of the news is
today. Crime, war, riots, dis-
orders of many kinds, strikes
and poverty have raised the'
question 'What can end all of
the world's problems'? Bartell
added, "We need some good
news for a change and the
good news that we need is in


God's Word the Holy Bible. It
contains the sum total of all of
God's purposes for mankind.
It focuses especially on the
King Christ Jesus and on His
Kingdom."
Bartell stated, "Men of old
counted the good news most
precious. Their life records
are in the Bible as we consider
their example we are moved
to have faith in the good
news."
Bartell concluded "Im-
portant to our gaining life and
its many blessings is our
Attitude and actions respect-


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ing the good ne
question is 'W
sonally, doing
good news', t
whether we h
good news".
The Witnes
new persons S
at the Munici
All the delega
again at theii
Halls this


Jerei


amaSgt. Bond
.Is Honore
lews, and the big arine Sergeant Te
Vhat am I, per- Marine Sergeant Ter
g to advance the Bond, son of Terria E. Bo
his really shows Wewahitchka, has rece
iave faith in the special recognition from
Commandant of the M
;ses baptised 10 Corps-
Sunday morning Bond was personally
pal Auditorium. mended by General Sa
tes will convene Jaskilka, Assistant Ma
* local Kingdom Commandant, during a r
week i visit by the general t(
Marine Corps Base, C
endleton, Calif.
Marines in the gradi
private to sergeant were
* ommended by their comic
for this high level recogn
Recommendations were
S, ed upon each individ
'demonstrated, consistent
perior performance and
Purposely very selective
Besides his personal
presented Bond with a di;
tively embroidered patch
dicating that he has pr
4'. himself a "Top Quality
rine."
He joined the Marine (
my Ard in December 1974.


Jeremy Ard
Jeremy Ard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rickey Ard, celebrated
his first birthday recently.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Posey and Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Myers.













Damon B. Walker
He's One,
Damon B. Walker, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Walker
of 305 Avenue E, celebrated
his first birthday today, April
13.


Gulf Cosast'
Rep. to Visit


I Crew Gets
hd Training
nd of Mankikin
eived
n the To assist in expanding the
marine county wide program in CPR
(cardiopulmonary resuscita-
com- tion) the Florida Panhandle
muel Regional Emergency Medical
marine Services Management Organi-
ecent zation, Inc. donated a teaching
D the manikin- A Recording Anne,
,amp to the Gulf County Volunteer
Ambulance Service.
es of Cardiopulmonary resuscita-
L rec- tion, also known as CPR, is a
mand combination of artificial res-
ition. piration and artificial circula-
bas- tion, which should be started
ual's immediately as an emergency
,t su- 'procedure when cardiac
were arrest occurs, by those pro-
.. perly trained to do so.
con- -i. The purpose of the Florida
1 also -Panhandle Regional EMS
stinc- Management Organization is
h in- to upgrade the quality of the
oven numerous EMS systems in the
Ma- 18 counties of the Panhandle
by assisting in the coordina-
Corps tion of various emergency
services, providing inservice
training for EMS personnel,
and by initiating a comprehen-
sive EMS public education
program for the region.


Leon Miller, Minority Af- Church League
fairs Representative at Gulf
Coast Community College, The Church League soft-
will be available to give out ball teams are engaged in play
information on financial aid .each Monday night at the
and admissions to Gulf Coast softball field across from the
at various locations within Centennial Building.
Gulf County during the month This Monday, Beach Baptist
*of April. . will face First United Metho-
Miller will visit Wewahitch- f dist at 7:00 p.m., followed by
ka High School April 14 from 9 First Baptist against Long
a.m. till 11 a.m. He will be Avenue Baptist at 8:15, and
available at Port St. Joe High the final game at 9:30 with
School and Port St. Joe Adult Beach Baptist facing Oak
School April 14 from 1-4 p.m. Grove Assembly of God.

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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


tHURSDAY, APRIL 13


Shown above with their new training
mannikin ar,' Ambulance Squad members, H.
L. Anderson, Bob Lightfoot, Rune Lilquist,


PAGE FIVE


Jim Gregg, Sandy Knight and County
Commissioner Everitt Owens, Jr.


Registration

FAITH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
1978-79 School Year

April 14, 4-6 PM April 15, 10-12 AM:

Faith Bible Church 20th St. & Marvin Ave.
Kindergarten Elementary School
Ages 4, 5 Grades 1-4
Registration fee $10.00


SUMMER SCHOOL
June 19 - July 28
Kindergarten - Grade 4
Phonics Basic Math

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla.


Shark third baseman, Kevin, Watts, number 12, ste
-.second in Tuesday night's game against Bowling Gre



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CornerThird Street and Baltzell Avenue




CHURCHTRAINING. . 6:f5P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES-.;- 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.
'"Come and Worship God with Us"


|d Softball &
1 , j Little League

- Seasons Are Here!


Come see our selection of

Balls, Gloves, Bats,

Shoes, etc.


SPRING IS HERE!


Time for

Tennis,

Golf, Jogging,
etc.


The


Athletic


-THURSDAY, APRIL 13


Baseball coach Kesley Colbert congratu- day finale Tuesday night. At the left is Shark
latest Craig Weimorts on his one-hitter hurled catcher, Wade Stoutamire. -Star photo
'against Bowling Green, Ky., in the baseball


Bowling Green Humbled


by Weimorts' One-Hiter

S.Port St. Joe ran its record to hitter and collected three hits reached first on a single, sto
11-5 and ran up a six game at the plate to lead the Shark second and scored, on a field
winning streak as a result of attack. , her's choice. In the'secon
two wins in the locally spon- In the 3:00 p.m., game, inning, Kevin Watts walked
- scoredd day of baseball Tues- Florida High downed Bowling stole second and scored on
day. Green, Kentucky, 9-0. Tim Beard single. Beard le


S The Sharks started the day's
action with a 1:00 p.m., game
against Florida High of Talla-
i.assee. The Sharks fell be-
hind, 4-1, at the end of three
innings, but a big five-run
fourth inning carried them to
their tenth win of the season.
.,Duane McFarland, senior
right hander, fired a three-


In the 5:00 p.m. game,
Bowling Green.bounced, back.
to win, 4-3.,
In the night game, Port St.
Joe's Craig Weimorts and
Bowling Green's Bill Martin
tied up in a classic pitching
duel which the Sharks won 2-1
in thrilling style. '
In the first inning, Weimorts


NOTrICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County will
receive sealed bids from any.
person, company, or corpora-
tion interested in selling the
County the following describ-
ed personal property:
ONE (1) SELF-PROPELL-
ED LAWN MOWER. Specifi-
cations on file in the Clerk of
r4-W Circuit Codrt's-office:- '
Delivery date must be speci-
.. flied. Liquidated damages for
,failure .to.deliver unit on
specified date will be set at
$5.00 per day.
Bids- will be received until.
7:00 O'Clock p.m., EST, April
25, 1977 at the office of the
Clerk bf Circuit Court, P.O..
al Box 968, Port St. Joe, Florida
'als : 32456.'
en. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Board of County
Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
Jimmy 0. Gortman,
Chairman 2t-4-13
NOTICE
S Absentee Ballots for the
Regular Election to be held
May 9, 1978, may be applied
S for in person or by mail from
the City Clerk's Office, Port
St. Joe, Florida, at any time
During 20 days prior to Elec-
S tion until 5 days before the"
S Election, (15 days) April 19,
1978, until 5:00 P.M., E.D.T.,
May 3, 1978. If there is a Run-
Off Election, Absentee Ballots
may be applied for from May
10, 1978, until 5:00 P.M.,
) E.D.T., May 17, 1978. Com-
pleted Absentee Ballots must
bein the City Clerk's Office by
MM 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 3, 1978,
for the Regular Election and
by 5-00 P.M., E.D.T., May 17,
1978, if there is a Run-Off
Election.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk
4t4-13
NOTICE OF REGULAR
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that
the first primary of the elec-
tion of the following will be
held at the City Hall Fire
Station. in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, on Tuesday, May
9, 1978: One Commissioner
Group Three (III) and One
Commissioner Group Four
(IV). The Polls will be open at
7:00 A.M. and will close at 7:00
P.M., E.D.T. When there are
more than two candidates for
any one office and neither
shall receive a majority of the
S total votes cast for such office,
then another election shall be
held two weeks from the date
of the fjrst election, or May 23,
1978, at which time the two
candidates receiving the larg-
est number of votes in the
former election shall be voted
on again.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk
4t4-13
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
J County, Florida, four weeks after the
=-' first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
i which they will be engaged' in business
and in which said business is to be


carried on, to-wit:
Panhandle Realty & Development,
located at Rt. 3, Box 106, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, owned by Jean F. Arnold,
phone 648-5000.
4t 3-23
REGISTRATION OF
FICTITIOUS NAMES
We the undersigned, being duly sworn,
do hereby declare under oath that the
names of all persons interested in the
business or profession carried on under
the name of THE CERAMIC NOOK at
Route 3, Overstreet, Florida. and the
exlenlen of ne interest of each, Is, as
follows H. T West, 100 percent .
-s- H. T. West :. 446

NOTICE
Persons, wishing to file as candidates
for Cily Commissioner in Ine election 10
be -eld for Ine olfIce of the following-
One Commissioner in Group III and One
Commissioner in Group IV of the City 6f
Port St. Joe, Florida, must do so on or
before April 19,1978. Formsfor filing are
available in the City Clerk's office,
-Municipal :Building, Port St. Joe,-Flor-
ida.
s- Michael' J. Wright,


Sharks

The Shark baseball team s
put it all together for four Kg I
wins last week. The Sharks f
opened the week of play
Tuesday night with a 3-2 win t
over conference oppondhtV t
Blountstown. 4 ; I
The Sharks took a quick lead '
when Greg Chason doubled in v
the first and scored on a F
Blountstown error. Both t
teams went without scoring
until the sixth inning when the 7
Tigers tied the score and went 1
ahead 2-1 in the seventh
inning. .
In the bottom of the seventh t
Duane McFarland tripled and
scored on a R. D. Davis double 1
to score the tying run. - t
In the bottom of the eighth
Greg Chason reached first on n
a base on balls, advanced to n
second on a bunt by catcher 1
Wade Stoutamire and scored
on a single by Tim Beard for
the winning run. Harlon Had- 1
dock gave up four hits while 1


Dixie Youth Schedule


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the Sharks with twdo base hits.
, Craig Weimorts gave up a
lone single in the seventh to
fire a strong one hit, one run
game. Weimorts struck out
seven hitters, while allowing
no bases,on balls.
The Sharks will resume play
next Tuesday against Florida
High in Tallahassee.


DIXIE BOYS
In action next week in the
Dixie Boys league, R&P hosts
Raffields on Monday. Tues-
day; Western Flyers face
R&P, and Thursday, Raf-
field's entertains Western Fly-
ers.
All games begin at 5:30
p.m.
MINOR LEAGUE
The Patriots are pitted
against Sylvachem on Mon-
day. Florida Bank hosts Basic
Tuesday; Telco faces the Pat-
riots on Wednesday and
Thursday Sylvachem hosts
Florida Bank.
MAJOR LEAGUE
Monday, Ford Western goes


up against the Dozers. On
-Tuesday/'the Hardstars host
the Krafties. Ford Western
plays the Boxers on Wednes-
day. All games begin at 5:30.

Softball Tourney
There will be a softball
tournament held this week end
in the Centennial Field soft-
ball center. 'Competing will be
teams from Pensacola, Pan.-
ama City, Port St. Joe, Wewa-
hitchka, Apalachicola, East-
point, and Carrabelle.
Play starts at 7:00 p.m.,
Friday night and continues
through Sunday.


City Auditor and Clerk 3t 3-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 78-51
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Anna Mary Everage
Route 1, Box 126.B
Prattville, Alabama 36067
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy ofyour, Answer
or other response 1o the Petition on 'Pelr.
tloner's Attorney
Donald W. Everage
P.O. Box 992
Wewahltchka, Florida 32465
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cult Court' Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St Joe, Florida, on or-
before the 18th day of April, 1978 I'i you
fail to'do so, a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 28th day of March,
1978.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Margaret B. Core,
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t 3-30


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TheirWin Record


Impro

striking out 13 anu got credit
for the win. A very good game
for the senior right bander.
On Tuesday, the Sharks
ravelled to Tallahassee to see
the world champion New York
Yankees play the FSU Semi-
noles. The baseball team
would like to thank Gene
Raffield who provided the
tickets to the game.
Returning to action on
Thursday, the Sharks travel-
ed to Chipley and came away
with a 10-0 five inning game.
Duane McFarland scattered
three hits while fanning eight
Tigers. McFarland led the 11
hit attack with a double and
two singles. Wade Stoutamire,
Tim Beard and Craig Wei-
morts all had two hits. Wei-
morts had a big three run
homerun in the fifth.-
The Sharks returned to the
Shark stadium, on Friday to
host county rival Wewahitch-
ka. The Sharks jumped to a


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gled and came home on a
Harland Haddock double to
left.
The Sharks scored again in
the fifth when Stoutamire
banged out a triple and scored
on Peak's fielder's choice.
The Dolphins picked up
their last run in the bottom of
the sixth on a fluke play which
saw Fickling score from third
while the Sharks had another


Dolphin runner in a run-down-
between first and second.
The Sharks last runs came
in the final inning when Wei- ,.
morts and Chason both got on
base with bunts. With the
runners on first and second
Stoutamire came to the plate
and smashed a triple to score
the runners and came home
himself on a missed throw at
third. -


quick 7-0 lead through the
third inning. The Gators
countered with five runs in the
fourth to make the score 7-5.
The Sharks put their bats to
work in the fourth and scored
eight big runs and ended the
game in the fifth due to the 10
run rule. Harlon Haddock
picked up the win with relief
from jr. David Fowler. The
Sharks had 12 hits led by
Kevin Watts with three and
Greg Chason with two.
With three wins behind them
the Sharks travelled to Panam
City Saturday to play the
Mosley Dolphins in a 1:00 p.m.
game.
DUMPS DOLPHINS
Freddie Woullard allowed
just two hits in five and a third
innings and Steve Peak gave
up but one hit in relief as the
.Sharks pounded the Mosley
Dolphins for a 7-2 victory
Saturday.
The Sharks scored in the
opening frame when lead-off
batter Craig Weimorts slam-
med a single to left and
reached second on a. Mosley
error. Gregg Chason then
reached first on, a walk and
Wade Stoutamire grounded to
third. Weimorts was tagged
going into third. Duane Mc-
Farland blasted a double
down the third base line that
scored the game's first two
runs for the Sharks:
The Dolphins came back in
the second inning on a Joey
Farrill homer for their first
run.
The Sharks scored again in
the third when Stoutamire sin-


NEW
AFFORDABLE
APARTMENTS








New modern and comfor-
table apartments will soon
be available in Port St. Joe

*One Bedroom from $ 10
*Two Bedroom from $135
These units will feature
wall-to-wall carpeting,
modern appliances,
garden courts and laun-
dry facilities.
If you are looking for a
,nice place for you and
your family to live please
call 648-5011
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Rev. William N. Stephens,
S',Pastor


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-Per 100, plus tax 5 '
Earthwroms: $250
-Per 100. plus tax 2 5
Wigglers $2 -
-Per 100, plus tax
Crickets $125

Tackle of All Kinds

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Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
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CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. PAGE SEVEN


LOOKING


FOR A JOB?


LOOKING


FOR HELP? m


REL SATEFO AL


FOR SALE BY OWNER:
Dwelling and Commercial
building in Oak Grove. For
personal use or investment.
Both currently rented. Jay
Banks, 1300 Disston Avenue,
Punta Gorda, Fla. 33959. 813-.
639-0505. 4tp4-13

Lot 50' x 100'. First block
from Gulf in .Highland View.
,; $2,300. 648-5332.
2 BR home with good size
porch and utility room, on 75'
x 150' lot. Stove and refrig-
erator included. $19,000. 648-
5315. tfc 3-23

- 4 bdrm. brick house, central
'heat and air, stove, d-w, com-
pactor, fireplace, carpet.
Good price. 229-6456 after 5;30
ptm. : 2tp 4-6

Lot and house. 227-1631.
2tp 4-6

Riverhouse on Chipola Cut-
off. 2 bdrm and air condition-
ing, $9,800. 229-6418or 639-2834.
tfc 4-6


For Sale in-Mexico Beach by
builder. New brick 3 BR
- house, 2 full ceramic tile
baths, redwood trim, double
pane windows, fully insulated,
fireplace, fully carpeted. Cen-
tral heat and a-c, 14' garage,
kitchen with built-in bar.
Large lot 100' x: 158'. House
total 1512 sq. ft. $35,000.
648-5494. tfc 3-30

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

:1 bedroom house with nice
family room. chain link fence
around back yard. garden
space. 5(i' th Street. 229-6082
or 643-5138. tfc 11-24
A home at Bryant's Landing
with 35' mobile home, has 8'
room on both sides built over
trailer, on two lots 80' x 100'.
May be seen by calling Mrs. C.
E. Boyer at 639-2874, or owner
Archie Williams at 653-8737,
8tp 3-16


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

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


GOOD RENTAL POTEN-
TIAL, PLUS A HOME
Well kept older 2 BR frame
home,'with an apartment in
it, also a duplex masonry
building. To sell completely
furnished. Near downtown
shopping.
WEEKEND RETREAT
One bedroom frame cottage
on 6 lots near Cypress Lodge
on Dead Lakes. A good buy
at $7,000.
BEACH LOT
Only one lot, back from set-
back line. Beautiful view of
Gulf at Indian Pass Beach.
$6,500.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker,
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133
4tc 3-23


1e'Vre Here For You.TM
:!n jj j ,j .1 1Each officr is indrprendnlal owned and operatrd

E. B. MILLER REALTY


PORT ST. JOE


Swimming pool, 4 bedroom,
2 baths, den, living rm,
dining rm, carpet, custom
drapes, 2,240 sq. ft. Chain
link' fence.' Cen. h&a. 304
12th St. -- A'real bargain:

New Listing: New 3 bdrm
home in Ward Ridge on
Monica Drive, carpeted and
vinyl, cent. H-AC, double
garage and utility room.

New Listing: 3 bdrm - 2 bath
house on Long Ave. New
owners leaving area. Com-
fortable masonry constr.,
central H-AC, chain link
fence, storage unit in back
yard.

Brick home, 3 bdrms, large
rooms, nice corner lot, good
location. Lots of extra fea-
tures. 1912 Juniper.

3 bdrm, I bath, living-dining
area on 2 beautiful lots total-
ing 190' x 126' ft. Storage
shed, workshop' utility
room. Excellent buy for
starter home. 212 12th St.

4 bdrm. 1'2 baths, plenty of
room for large family,
aluminum siding, grape ar-
bor. chain link fence back
yard. 1.600 sq. ft. Priced
right. 518 8th St.

New Listing - Ni e family
ho o ot Ind alf. 3
bd s- I at . ving
rm i m laloom
or d e ace ing
Icl air,
carpeted throughout 1730
sq. ft. Near hospital, 106
Mimosa Ave.

3 bdrm, 2 bath. large living
room. Carpeted thruout.
Fenced yard. patio area off
living room. Price reduced.
106 Bellamy Circle.

3 bdrm home on 2 park-like
lots, custom drapes & al-
most new carpet. Lots of
extras. 815 Woodward.

. 21' year old 3 bdrm. 1 .2 bath
in fine condition. Large
comfortable kitchen-dining
area. With FHA or VA. 2110
Long Ave.

Newly-weds or senior citi-
zens - come see this 3 bdrm
one bath home in convenient
location, nice lot and a price
you can afford. 1315 Long.


WEWAHITCHKA


New Listing -.Comfortable
starter home on 75' x 160' lot
in quiet peaceful location.
Drive by 516 9th St. Call us
when you're ready. to see
-'inside. Prided right.-'


BEACHES
New Listing: 3 bedroom
brick home, nearly new, in
excellent condition. On 2
lots totalling 150' x 150'. A
permanent home to be
proud of. Corner of Georgia
and Magellan, St. Joe
Beach.

Small beach house, needs
some repairs 12 block from
beach. 100' x 75' lot, bargain
at $14,500. 7th St., Mexico
Beach.

New Listing: Almost new
stilt-house on 75' x 100' lot
overlooking Gulf. 2 bdrms,
bath, big kitchen.

Unimproved lots and com-
mercial property. Call for
information.
Duplex - I bdrm & bath one
side, 2 bdrm & bath other
side on nice lot. Columbus
St., St. Joe Beach.

Retirement or permanent
home. Well built 3 bdrm 1'2
baths. 2 blocks from beach
on large wooded lot.. 1st St.,
Mexico Beach.
Mobile home with 2 added
rooms on nice landscaped
lot making a total of 3
bdrms. den. bath. large
living room. completely fur-
nished. Tennessee Ave.,
Mexico Beach.

'Several nice beach lots to
choose from.
Lot with chain link fence
around back yard. Trailer
with added room, $11,500.

Furnished trailer and lot,
$9,500.

INDIAN PASS
2 story home with sun roof
and balconies. Beautiful
view. 2 bedrooms, upper
floor. Complete separate
apartment lower floor, built
to last. A home plus income.
Brand spanking new 2 bed-
room, bath, living - dining-
kitchen area. Carpeted &
vinyl, central h&a. Ready
for occupancy. $24,000.


Red Bull' Island area, Can-
ning Rd. Double wide m-h
on 1'/ acres w 150x50' cat-
fish pond. M-H has 4 bdrms,
Siatghs, den, living rm,
dining rm, carpeted and
vinyl thruout, priced to sell,
$20,000.

Almost new brick home-
13/4 acres. Over 3,500 sq. feet
of living area. This one is
two homes in one-3 bdrms
2 baths, liv. rm, din. rm,
kitchen and den in main
area and under same roof a
lovely Apartment w liv. rm -
din. rm, kitchen combina-
tion. Large bath and dress-
ing rm area. Central heat
and air, city water.


WHITE CITY
New Listing: Large frame
home and barn on 2.65 a. 4
bdrms, 2 baths, liv. rm, din.
rm and den comb., fire-
place, scr. porchf, utility
porch, stove, ref. & furn.,
gas heat & tank, 32,000 btu
AC, new pump and deep
well. Bargain, $32,000.

OAK GROVE

2 story house, 1,900 sq. ft.,
on lot 50x150'. Needs repair.
Deep well & pump. Exc.
potential. 136 2nd Ave.


FISHING AREAS

3 bdrm., 1 bath trailer. Ideal
for fisherman's retreat, on
two leased lots, $4.000.

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

3'1. A. in Overstreet. Dbl-
wide mobile home. 4 bdrms.
2 baths, large den. built-in
bar. Excellent condition.
Priced Reduced.


COMMERCIAL
For Sale or Lease-Excel
lent store location. 222
Reid Ave. $30.000. Rent
or lease negotiable.


Eldon B. Miller, Realtor - Patty Miller, Associate

648-5011

Route 3, Box 167A - Port St Joe, Fla. 32456


Three bedroom masonry
house at 105 Bellamy Circle.
('all 227-1fi07 after 5:00 p.m.
tfc 10-13

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

Rish's Subdivision, Wewa, 3
BR, 1i., bath home, with cen-
tral heat and air, large fenced
yard. 229-6151. 6tc 3-23

Cottage. 2 BR, 2nd Ave.,.
Highland View, corner lot,
S5.000 firm. 648-5332.


$26,000 air cond. home with 3
BR, 1 bath, big built-in kit-
chen with adjoining sun room,
carport, utility room, living
room, carpeting, chain link
fenced yard. 229-6642. 3tc 4-13





Visit
MING'S GREENHOUSE
St. Joe Beach
For the best assortment of
flowering and foliage plants,
cacti, ferns, succulents and
bedding plants.
648-5213

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.

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.


MISC,-0* SA-L


: Kenmore Zigzag Sewing..
'Machine in cabinet with but-
.tonhole attachment. Excel-
"lent condition. $100. Can be
:seen at Merit Finance or call
*Pat at 227-1162. tfc 4-13

% Garage Sale Friday and Sat-
.urday (continued from last
weekend). Crystal chandelier,
diamond pierced earrings, a
,total of 12 diamonds, lots of
miscellaneous items. 101 C St.,
Mexico Beach.


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a


Two Family Garage Sale,
Saturday only, April 15, 9-5,
008 Marvin Ave. ltp 4-13


No. 1 Drive In Theater
Apalachicola
3 Friday- Saturday,
April 14 and 15
2 Big Shows!
MALIBU BEACH and
LITTLE LAURA AND
BIG JOHN
'Come early, eat seafood in
sApalach, then to our movie at
48 p.m.

This ad admits driver and 1
more adult free this program.

Yard Sale: Saturday, corner
of Main St. & Avenue E,
sponsored by the Senior Choir,
First Born Church. 9:00 a.m.
until.

Stove and hood, $50, all in
working order. Also vacuum
cleaner in working cond. Pro-
ceeds donated to St. Joseph's
Catholic Church. Call 229-8762.
ltc4-13

23,000 btu Whirlpool, air
.cond., used two years, put in
centrall air and removed. $200.
Call 227-1731 or 229-8398.


23,000 btu Whirlpool air con-
ditioner. Several years old.
but runs. $75. Call 227-1731 or
229-8398.

Gas wall heater with 2-spd
blower, $200, Paid $365 two
years ago. Call 227-1731 or
229-8398.

Lerio freezeproof water
pumps, fit on any well, also
parts and service. No check
valuve needed. Easily- repair-
ed. Economy Cash Store, Apa-
lachicola, Fla.

Better Boy, Homestead
tomato plants, banana and
bell pepper plants. Call Jean
Stebel, 227-1304 after 4 p.m.
tfc 3-30

TRAMPOLINES IN STOCK
6 FT. x 10 FT. OR ROUND.
We deliver and assemble.
Terms available. WESTERN
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.
tfc-4-6

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

14' Collins Craft boat, pad-
ded swivel seats, stick steer-
ing, controls, elec. start, 25
h.p. Johnson. All in excellent
condition. Call 229-6786 or 227-
1270. 2tp4-6
Custom draperies, bed-
spreads and show shades.
Many fabrics to choose from,
25 percent discount thru May
15. Call Louise Varnum, Apa-
lachicola,. 53-8056.', ....
6tc 4-6


SERIES


Any Type Lawn Work
I'll do it right
whether large or small!
Call Now!
Tommy Simmons 229-8404
Free Estimates


4tp 3

Carpentry Work Done ,
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


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tfc 2-2


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

ALLEN'S CABINETS
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture, vanities,
etc.
Call 229-6207
tfc 12-1

Painting & Remodeling
Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfc 12-8
FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON


229-6018


tfc 3-31

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


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

REPAIRS
;'Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-

SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe tfc 7-22

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


BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for information.
24 hour
Also
Offering: roSe
TOWING
52tp 7-14 8r5VICK
'-_ _ _ ^ r _ -i f ^ - _ - - _ i- l - - i ! _ i


For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


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

Complete W6od 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
lwy 98W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5


WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbing
Repairs

Houses or Any Buildings
229-8715 tfc 2-2

GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities - Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White-City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-6530
tfc 9-1


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


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


Live crabs for sale, whole-
sale or retail. Caught daily.
219 Main St., Port St. Joe. 229-
8826. " 4tp 3-23

Control hunger and lose
weight with New Shape Diet
Plan and Hydrex Water Pills.
At Campbell's Drug. 4tp 4-6

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

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

Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
1301 Iwy. 98. IIV. 229-6001.
New and used lawnmowers
for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center, :101 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-6001. tfc 4-28

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

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

CB Radias, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas,_base sta-_
tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto. tfc 3-4






1976 Chevrolet Luv pick-up,
step-side, 4 spd., excel. cond.
648-5037. It 4-13

1977 Cougar XR7, air cond.,
am-fm, 8-track, vinyl roof,
excellent cond. Call Rich's
IGA, 227-1564. tfc 4-13

1976 Chevy van, am-fm, ac,
ps, carpeting thru-out. $4,600.
Call 229-8043 or 229-6129.
4tc 4-6







WANTED: Large house to
rent in 10 mile radius of Port
St. Joe. Call 229-8486. tfc 3-23

Anyone interested in being
carriers for the Panama City
News-Herald, call 229-6730.
tfc 4-13


Say You Saw

It In The Star!


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Personalized New Car
Quote Service
On any American-made new
car or pick-up truck. Get
factory retail cost on your
next new car before buying.
Could save you money.
CALL
BEACH AUTO SALES
648-8236
8 tp 3-23


WHAT:


Carport Sale


* Antiques

* Furniture

* Many other items


WHEN:

Saturday, April 15

9 AM till

Sunday, A il 16

12 noon till


WHERLo

WIMICO LODGE

Hwy 71 - White City


Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


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For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16
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 honie
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

Furnished 3 BR, 2 BR and 1
BR houses for rent. Phone 229-
6777 after 7 p.m. tfc 3-23

DRY cleaning carpets ris
easier, faster and safer wit'
HOST. Rent our machine. S't
Joe Furniture. 227-1251.
tfc 10-23

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


Public


Notices
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuanftl
Section 865.09; Florida Statutes, tfo
undersigned persons intend to reglst ;
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, GuLt'
County, Florida, four weeks after Ihe
first publication of this notice, Ine
fictitious name or trade name unde-
which they will be engaged in business
and in which said business . �0o oc
carried on, to-.wit:
Nu.Life Carpet Care, located at 1312
McClellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla.
Owned by Johnny D. Linton and Frank
Linton. 4tp 3-30
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, will consider the adop-
tion of an ordinance with the following
title, on the 25th day of April, 1978, at
7:QO P.M., in the County Commissioners
Room at the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida:
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING.
CRITERIA FOR THE ISSUANCE;
OF A LICENSE TO CARRY A CON..
CEALED FIREARM UNDER SEC-"
TION 790.06, FLORIDA STATUTES;-
PROVIDING FOR AN APPLICA-'*
TION FEE FROM EACH APPLI-.
CANT BEFORE AN APPLICATION.'
SHALL BE CONSIDERED; PRO.-.
VIDING FOR WAIVEROF THE.;
APPLICATION FEE; AND PRO.r
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE,.
DATE.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Jimmy 0. Gortman,
Chairman 2t 4.6
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of Gul.f
County, Florida will consider the adop,
tion of an ordinance with the following.
title, on the 25th day of April, 1978 at 7:00
P.M., in the County Commissioners
Room at the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO
SHERIFF' FEES FOR SERVICE
OF SUMMONSES, SUBPOENAS,-:
AND EXECUTIONS; PROVIDING.'
FOR THE LEVY OF DISCRETION:.
ARY SHERIFFS' SURFEES
AUTHORIZED UNDER THE PRO
VISIONS OF CHAPTER 77.234--.
LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1977, AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
BOARDof COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Jimmy 0. Gortman,
Chairman 9f .4


tfc 12-15 "i
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A pharmacist daily assists the sick
and Injured by dispensing to then
the most advanced medicine in
the world. Through his product,
he eases the pain of tragedy, pro-


already purchased their ma-
-terials and have purchased
much more than they need.
DEAD LAKES DAM
Another water concern is
with the Dead Lakes Dam. At
this time of the year, the
fishing 'is the greatest in the
.world at the dam and in its tail
waters. This has resulted-in
-what Commissioner Billy
Branch termed "some near,
killings". Branch asked Cap-
l tain James Foxworthy of .the
.Game and Fish. Commission,
who was present at the meet-
S ing, what could be done about
the situation. "One man drew
a gun on another when he
encroached on his fishing
place the other day", Branch
:,said., '.
Captain Foxworthy said the
.'only thing which could be done
is to close the bridge to fishing
during this peak time or step
up patrols of all available law
enforcement officers in the
* area. "We cannot put a man
there full time. We don't have
the manpower", Foxworthy
',,said.
Not wishing to draw the aim
.of those same threatening
pistols to their own heads, the
.Commission quickly decided
'.against closing the dam to
fishing but did request all law
enforcement agencies to pa-
trol the area more often
during the next few weeks
until the fish run ended.
Captain Foxworthy said,
"There is something about
catching a lot of.fish which
does something to a man".
'Branch countered with, "And
if we aren't careful, someone
is going to get killed at the
'Dead Lakes dam".
FISHING IN THE CANAL
-.The long-standing problem
of where to apply' fresh water
fishing rules and where to
. aply salt water fishing rules
Sin' the Gulf County Canal at
Highland View was partially
a. answered Tuesday morning.
Captain Foxworthy reported
to the Commission that the
S county Commission in 1951
I' had requested the salt-fresh
water line be designated at the,
bridge and so far as he knew,
S it hadn't been changed over
the years. Captain Foxworthy
. said he would have the old law
i'researched more fully, but in
the meantime, his department
would abide by the 1951 law
unless it was found to be
different at the present time.
The Commission, in the
meantime, said they would
welcome a report from the
Game Commission as soon as
possible so they may re-
instate the ruling if it has since
been changed.
S This action strikes the line
- between salt and fresh water
fishing rules at the bridge and,
according to statements made
by the Board it will continue to
be in the future.
RENTAL SUBSIDIES
Oscar Crowell of the De-
partment of Housing Assist-
ance, Department of Com-
- munity Affairs came before
the Commission Tuesday ask-
ing if the Board would care to
endorse the program of his
agency to operate a federal
subsidized rental program in
the county.
Crowell said the new pro-
gram would pay up to 75
percent of the rental for poo-r


tects the health of our community
and helps make life longer and
more comfortable. If you're unde-
* ided about your future, consider
a career in Pharmacy. t's a field
of importance, responsibilfy, and
challenge...oerflowingwithgrati-
fying paIoal regards

YOuR REXALL PHARMACY

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


people to move into better
rental housing. Those eligible
for the rent subsidies are
available to those who make
less than 80 percent of the area
median income.
Crowell said the program
doe$ not apply to especially
constructed housing projects.
"Only rental property which is
six years old or older can be
considered. The program is to
enable the poor to secure
better housing if they so
desire", he said.
The program would also
include some utilities.
The Commission withheld
their blessings on the program
until they could look further
into the matter and told
Crowell they would give him
an answer at their next meet-
ing.
.OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-
mission:
-Instructed Finance' Offi-
cer Jerry Gates to come up
'with an estimated operational
cost of the old Courthouse in
order to arrive at, a rental
charge to be made against
HRS which wants office space
in the old building. , :'
-Turned down a request to
close a road in the; C. F.
Hanlon Subdivision on the
Dead Lakes. The street was
described as being 30' by 125'
and one which has never been
-used. - -
-Agreed to instruct the
contractor to make a gradual
dip out' of the present drain
across the access road to the
Port St. Joe library building.

Two Ladies

Charged In

Embezzlement
Two young ladies have been
charged by the FBI with
embezzlement of funds from
the Wewahitchka State Bank,
following an appearance be-
fore a Federal Magistrate in
Panama City last Wednesday.
According to Gulf County
Sheriff Ken Murphy, Virginia
Herring and Barbara McGill
have been charged with em-
bezzlement of $20,000 each.
They are both free on $25,000
bonds.
The embezzlement investi-
gation came to light 10 days
ago, when investigation of a
possible embezzlement was
announced by the FBI.

Survey Will

Sample Interest
The Gulf County Recreation
Department is running a
survey to find out how many
people would be interested in
forming a competitive soccer
team here in Port St. Joe.
All ages are invited to
participate. We have some
very competent instructors
here in Port St. Joe which
include Liba Monteiro (a
native of Brazil), Dennis Grif-
fin, Paul Ropelis, Richard
Cassani, Woody Jones and
others.
If you would be interested in
forming a soccer league call
229-6119 and leave your name
and a phone number where
you can be reached.


Recreation Department Hosts '

Contest of Area Gymnasts


The Port St. Joe Recreation
Department will host a gym-
nastics contest in the Port St.
Joe Elementary gymnasium
on April'22nd at 10:30 a.m. The
meet will be with a group from
Panama City called "Shirley's
Tiny Tumblers".

The gymnasts from Port St.


Joe are coached by Jennifer
Hendrix of Panama .City.
There will be no admissoin
charged and the community is
cordially invited to attefd �
The Recreation Departmen
very pleased to sponsor t
event and your present
would be an encouragement ,.
Port St. Joe's young team.


ACS House-to-House Campaign
MkiV-162o Fin�1 l ffart At Goal


I J.V �J vaniU L a 1A J
Volunteer house to house
crusaders for the American
Cancer Society are in the pro-
cess of finishing their final
efforts to meet their 1978 goal
of $3,400.
If you were not at home
when the volunteer in your
neighborhood came by to call


b


PAGE EIGHT


t , The Tourney will be held in
on you, and you would like . Port St. Joe's Dixie Youth
make a donation, please con- Baseball complex on Tenth
tact Mrs. Harry Hallinan at Street. Two fields will be used,
229-8765. providing continuous specta-
St. Joe Beach crusaders arev tor enjoyment of fast-paced
working harder that in pat.softball. Special events fea-
years as a memorial tor ftured include home run der-
friend, Rebecca Byrd, wii by, base running contest and
was a victim of cancer. ' t growing, accuracy.


Highland View In Revival


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. APRIL 13


field Baptist Church, will .be
preaching at each service.
Rev. Raymond Palmer,
Associate Pastor of Emanuel
Baptist Church will be in
charge of the music.
The Pastor, Bro. Bill
Stephens and the members of


the Highland View Baptist ,
Church extend hn invitation to
everyone to attend one or all of
these New Life services. Bring
your faith and let us expect
together great things, from a
Great God.
A nursery will be provided.


WEST BUILDING M TRIALS CENTER .,No response
Ji' GEMC BANKAMERICARD for typographical
5400 E. Hwy 98 Parker, Panama City rrors" ,r.
7:30-8:00 M-F 8:00-4:00 Sat. 10-2 Sun 763-1739 Limited Ouantitis. All Items Advertised Available For Sale at Normal Sales Rate.


Ladies'

Tourney

The Dixie Youth Baseball
League will be sponsoring a
ladies' softball tournament on
May 12-14, in order to raise
money for league activities.
Ladies' class B and C teams
are eligible to enter the
tourney, limited to the first 12
teams entering. Entrance fee
will be $45. Rosters and entry
fees are due at the Port St. Joe
Recreation Office, P. O0. Box
206, Port St. Joe, no later than
May 10. You may call (904)
229-6119 to make your reserva-
tion.


Highland View Baptist
Church announces a New Life
Crusade, to be held April 16-21.
The first service of the.
Crusade will begin at the 11:00
hour on Sunday, April 16th,
with services nightly at 7:30
p.m.
Rev. Roy Chewning, Pastor
Evangelist, from the Spring-

How Many

Want to Take

Shorthand?
The Gulf County Recreation
Department is conducting a
survey to see how many
people would be interested in
taking a basic shorthand
course if offered.

Please call 229-6119 or come
by City Hall upstairs.


(Continued, from Page 1)


Water Causes


the members of the

Church Of Christ

invite you to meet with them:

Sunday Morning Bible Study ...... 10:00 A.M.N
Sunday Morning Worship ........... 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ..................... 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M.

Corner 20th St. & Marvin
For information call 229-6969


the First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE.-PORT ST. JOE

Invites You to Worship with Them
William Wilson, Pastor

SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ........................ 9:45 AM
MORNINb WORSHIP ..................... 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP ..................... 7:00PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ..................... 7:00PM


MIMI


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Billy Rich's IGA

BIG Prices Good Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rich - Owners
-2we A"WWEKI April 13-18 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich - Founders 1945


Plantation
PRESERVES
& JELLY


Apple - Grape Jelly

Peach - 2 Lb. Jar
Strawberry Preserve


IGA
STEWED TOMATOES
IGA
MIXED VEGETABLES
HUNT'S
TOMATO SAUCE


2 Lb.
Jar


69'


89s


2160z. 790
Cans 7
15 oz.A43
Can


HAWAIIAN 6 5
PUNCH46 Oz. 65


BORDENS FAMOUS ...
EAGLE BRAND MILK


Can 75


PRODUCE


FABRIC SOFTNER
DOWNY


33 Oz.


ARMOUR
VIENNA
SAUSAGE


3


5 Oz.
Cans


$100


BONUS BUY! SAVE 41c
HUNT'S
TOMATO KETCHUP
14 Oz.
Btis. 0 0




LIMIT 3 WITH $7.50 OR
MORE FOOD ORDER


CAMPBELL'S VEG. OR VEGETARIAN
VEGETABLE SOUP
SUNSHINE
CHEEZ IT CRACKERS


8 Oz.
Btl.









,lOOz. 59
10 Pkg.
Pkg. 59


KRAFT LOW-CAL
FRENCH OR 1000 ISLE


DRESSING


53�


WISK


LAUNDRY DETERGENT


LARGE
32 Oz.
Size


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HEALTH &: BET Y









THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1977 THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.


k&AE TEN


small forest landowner pro- postponement of taxation if
blem: but the small owner is funds from a timber harvest
no problem to himself. He's .. are reinvested in timber grow-
only a problem to those who '"ing. the same benefit now pro-
want him to grow more tim- ' vided homeowners who sell
ber." a and buy a home.


American Forest Institute
President John Ball said, "All
the foresters in the world out
talking to all the private land-
owners in the world won't
solve the problem if there isn't
a good financial incentive for
the landowner to take the
risky step of investing in trees
as a crop."
Ball added that a lack of
capital inhibits 'small land-
owners from practicing sound
forest management, and that
causes low timber productivi-


Old Girl Gets A Face Lift
- Gulf County's old Courthouse, in Wewa- purpose, has been used to lower the ceiling,
iitchka is like any other formerly grand lady. put in new lighting, repair the air condition-
,,ver the years, through neglect, mis-use and ing, new walls, paint and repairs to windows
age, she had began to show her age and' and doors. In some of the offices new floors,
condition. But, again, like any old lady, a bit have been put down. The county is now
:f paint, face-lifting, repairs and new negotiating with the HRS about renting a
accoutermentss , the grand old lady is once portion of the downstairs in the building for
againn looking like a new building. For all their area offices. The photo above shows the
.practical purposes, the building is new on the newly refurbished fro"t hall, looking toward
,ground floor, inside. A grant of $82,000 in the front door of the liuilding.
federal funds received by the county for this -Star photo


Summer Session Schedule


Now AvafAlablf Atffi%
- Class schedules for the two from 6-8 p m. tion June 22-23.
summer sessions at Gulf According to Harold Con- Registration for both ses
Xbast Community College are rad, college registrar, over 180 sions will be conducted in the
aiw 'available, according to courses'will be offered by the college's Fine Arts Audi
"i0llege officials. college during the two torium. Day students may
-::The schedules may be summer sessions. register either day from E
picked up at the Office of the Session A begins May 15 a.m. to 2,p.m. while evening
Registrar. The Office is open with registration scheduled students may register from 6-4
'Monday through Friday from" for May 11 and 12. in the evening.
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and The second session, term B,
Monday through Thursday begins June 26 with registra-


Other recommendations in-
cluded a federal insurance
program for long-term cover-
age of timber crops, and
exemption of Forestry Incen-
tive Program cost-share pay-
ments from taxation as ordi-
nary income.
Many forest products com-
panies already sponsor land-
owner assistance programs
Which provide financial and

$What's What


"One-half of the non-indus- with Millers
trial commercial forest acre-
ages in the U. S. is in the South ' The monthly meeting of the
and that land, by in large, "Whats' What Club" was held
produces at only 48 percent of March 30, at the home of Mr.
its actual capacity," .accord- and Mrs. E. B. Miller, Mexico
ing to John Vance, Director of Beach.
Southeastern Area State and ;. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clements
Private Forestry for the U. S. of St. Joe Beach joined the
Forest Service. club.
The nation looks to indepen- Shrimp creole over rice,
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The Gulf. County School Paul Sewell; Gene Raffield. Sally Malone met with the
:Board met February 28, 1978 The Superintendent and Board to discuss the Board's
mih special session with the Director of Administrative policy regarding Corporal
:following members present: Affairs were present. Punishment.
-Wavlon Graham, Chairman; " On recommendation of the
-b. K. Whitfield; Fred Greer;.. The Board re% iewed bids Superintendent, motion and
:. ______ ' _ - from three companies pertain- second,, all voted YES to bid
ing to hospitalization insur- off used equipment at Port St.
-* Don't Let - ance- Joe High School. A list of this
/ This Ha-u. . On motion and second, the equipment is available in the
S. hi. Happen. board unanimously approved Superintendent's office.
To You! Plan "B" of the Blue Cross- Three new buses will be in
Blue Shield Company's bid. Gulf County in the next two
ee Us First Copies of all bids are on file-in weeks.
:=. Us First. . . . the Superintendent's office. There being no further busi-
Radiators Are Our The new policy will become ness, the board adjourned to
Only Business!! effective March 15. meet again March 7.
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ment attractive to indepen- land: 59 percent nationally John Vance added, "What- been in some time." protection, and other benefits.
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future wood supplies. That ly produces 30 percent of the tion to the private sector. It's tended the meeting the time is Institute, is supported by the
was the conclusion of forest nation's wood needs and by not an either-or-proposition. here "to sell forestry for the forest products industry to
managers attending the re- the year 2020 that figure is It's not either public or private 21st Century." Existing.tim- support conservation of the
cent Southern Forest Institute predicted to jump to 55 per ... consultant vs. service for- ber stands must be improved, forest resource and encour-
Annual Meeting in Atlanta, cent, almost twice today's pro- ester ... or one agency vs. harvested sites must be re- age wise use and management
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A private landowner zeroed - One solution recommended be a package deal." ' be put into production to allow SFI also administers the
in on the problem when he,. to increase productivity on He added, "The climate time for the trees to mature, American Tree Farm System
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PAGE TWELVE


The Federal Insurance Ad-
- ministration of the United
States Department of Housing
and.Urban Development held
a public hearing March 20,
1978 beginning at 1:30 p.m., in
the'County Commissioners
Meeting Room, for the .pur-
pose of informing the com-'
munity as to a Flood Insur-
ance Study and to solicit
community imput to deter-
mine the flood prone areas to
be included in the study. ,
Those 'present from the
Federal Insui'ance Admini-
stration were: Rick Mayson
and. Bob Cossel from the
Atlajnta Office and John
Garible from the Washington,'
D. C. Office., Others present
were: Gerry Ward and John
Yeend, representing Gee arid
' Jenson, the engineering firm
that will make the study;
William J. Rish, representing,
the entire County; Mike
Wright, City of Port: St. Joe;
George Y. Core, Board of
County Commissioners; Bud
Poucher, City of Wewahitch-
ka; E. F. Gunn, County and
City Building -Inspector;, and
Robert Nations, Florida Engi-
neering Associates.
Mr. Mayson discussed this
program, stating that this:
meeting will bring the com-
munity into the "Regular".
phase of the National Flood
Insurance Program as direct-
ed by the United States Con-
gress. After much discussion,
it was decided that Mr. Core
and Mr. Gunn would meet
with: the Federal Insurance
administration and Engineers
at 9:30 a.m. on March 21, for
the purpose of reviewing and
correcting the flood hazard
boundary map produced by
the Department of Housing
and Urban Development and
then to make an inspection of
each area of the County.
The meeting recessed until
9:30:a.m., March 21.
Thfe Federal Insurance,
Administration. Meeting re-
convtened. March 21 with all
parties present. Every area's
population and areas of prob-
able'growth were pointed out
on the map and discussed, and
several errors were noted.
The County was informed
that it must adopt an updated
building code ordinance as set
out in Section 1910.3-B, en-.
titled "Flood Plain Manage-
ment Criteria for Flood-Prone
Areas", of the Rules and
Regulations of Federal
Register, Volume 41, No. 207.
Rick Mayson, Assistant
Director, Federal Insurance
Administration, advised the
County that important infor-
mation is now required as to:
1. required lowest floor eleva-
tion, and 2. actual lowest floor
elevation. This information
should be made a part of the
building permit application.
IHe then presented a Proposed
Flood Damage Prevention Or-
dinance as per -Section
1910.3-B.
The meeting adjourned in
preparation of making. a
County-wide inspection.
The Board of County Com-
misiion of Gulf County, Flori-
da, :met March 20, 1978 in
continuation of the recessed
meeting of March 14. The
following members were pre-
sent: Chairman Jimmy 0.
Gortman, Everett Owens, Jr.,
"William R. Branch, and Leo
Kennedy. Also present was
Deputy Clerk Jerry Gates,
Sheriff Ken Murphy, Road.
Superintendent Lloyd Whit-
field, and Mosquito Control
Director Tommy Pitts.
The Sheriff called the meet-
ing to order at 7:00 p.m.
The Chairman announced
that the first order of business
would be to hear a presenta-
tion from Florida Engineering
concerning its proposal to
offer .the Board engineering
services to implement the new
secondary road law. Steve
Nations and Robert Nations,
representing Florida Engi-
neering, were present. Robert
Nations tolds the Board that
Florida Engineering would
work in any way possible to
help administer the program.
He stated the firm would work
on a retainer basis or on a job
by job basis as they have done
in the past. He said a retainer
would only guarantee prompt
action for any request made
by the Board. He stated
Florida Engineering was a
home-based, tax-paying firm,
with:.extensive knowledge of
local- problems. He said the
firm: has been surveying in
Gulf -County for over twenty
years and this experience
along with the library of
surveys already conducted in
the: County would allow the
firrm to work at a favorable
rate for the County. He said
thez-local tax-paying owner-
shi of the firm.has an interest
in seeing that the County
receives the best deal in
whatever route they under-
take. The Board discussed this
master at length, concluding


that.not enough was known
ab ojt the ramifications of the


THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1077 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


from the City of Wewa for use
by the Beaches until such time


new law for the Board to take
any binding action at this
time. Finance Officer Jerry
Gates reported that informa-
tion was being requested from
the Department of Trans-
portation that would help the
Board to understand its re-
sponsibilities under the act.
In other matters Commis-
sioner Branch' questioned
Florida Engineering for his
own information on matters
concerning the Oak Grove.
Water and Sewer Project and
advertisement to close a road
in Hanlon Subdivision in
Wewahitchka.
(Jpon request, the Board
authorized Robert Nations to
attend a session with' the
Housing and Urban Develop-
ment Department concerning
a flood insurance study being
conducted in the County.
Commissioner Kennedy
asked the Board if anyone
knew why the street light on
U.S. 98 at the Post Office in
Port St. Joe had been re-
moved. Mosquito Control
Superintendent Tommy Pitts
reported that City personnel
had removed the light for
repairs.
Barney Amerson appeared
before the Board in regards to
information he had read in the
Star relative to the establish-
ment of a salt-fresh waterline
at the Highland View'Bridge.
The Board stated that .state"
agencies had been notified to
appear at the next Board
meeting of March 28, at 7:00
Sp.m., to discuss this matter
and until that time the Board
was not sure what its role
would be in this matter. Mr.
Amerson agreed to attend this'
meeting.
The Board was notified of a
Legislative Appropriations
Meeting at the Sunland Park,
Wednesday, March 22, at
twelve noon.
The Board discussed the
Overall Economic Develop-
ment Program Plan at length,
as prepared by Bud Poucher.
Commissioner Branch roved
the Board adopt the Overall
Economic Development Pro-
gram Plan to assist the City of
Wewa and the City of Port St.
Joe in their future growth.
Commissioner Kennedy
seconded the motion. The
motion passed with Commis-
sioner Kennedy, Branch, and
Gortman voting Aye. Commis-
missioner Owens voted Nay
due to statements in the plan
he did not agree with.
The Board discussed a letter
from the Department of Com-
munity Affairs outlining
Section 8, Rental Assistance
Housing Program. Commis-
siorier Branch moved the
Board write Community
Affairs a letter requesting
their' presence before the
Board to discuss the program
further. Commissioner
Kennedy seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, seconded by
Commissioner Owens, and
unanimous vote the Board
approved payment to Charles
A. Gaskin, Architect, in the
amount of $1,239.99 and
$35,811.47 to. Griffin Con-
struction Company on the
Courthouse Renovation.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, seconded by
Commissioner Owens, arid
unanimous vote, the Board
agreed to notify the Apalachee
Regional Planning Council
that Gulf County was against
the legislative draft of the
Coastal Zone Management
Act in its entirety.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, seconded by
Commissioner Owens, and
unanimous vote, the Board
accepted a county road ease-
ment from the trustees of the
estate of C. F. Hanlon, as
recorded in 0. R. Book 73,
Page 747.
Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Branch, seconded .by
Commissioner Owens, and
unanimous vote, the Board
approved a Resolution
opposing the pay scale differ-
ential now existing among
DOT employees. Copies of this
resolution will be sent to all
appropriate State Legislators
and DOT officials.
The Board was notified by
Standard Oil Company that
the cost of gasoline increased
by � cent, effective March
20th.
Commissioner Branch
brought to the Board's atten-
tion certain sick leave policies
that were causing temporary
employees to abuse the sick
leave policy. No action was
taken.
Commissioner Branch noti-
fied the Board that the fire
truck donated by the Forestry
Service to the Beaches Volun-
teer Fire Department would
be presented at the Gulf Sands
Motel on March 27, at 11:00
a.m. Upon request by Com-
missioner Branch, Commis-
sioner Gortman agreed to try
to borrow hose and nozzles


questing they combine forces
to oppose the Department of
Transportation giving High-
way 22 to Gulf County for


Mrs. Sadie Chandler Accepts


Position with Tennessee


MINUTES

of the

Gulf County Commission


as the items were purchased.
Commissioner Branch tc'd
the Board that, due to the
return of the 5th and 6th cent
gasoline tax to the counties for
use in administering the
secondary road system, he felt
the Board should hire some-
one to become acquainted
with the program so the Board
could move forward without
any loss in time in its paving
program. He stated the Board
had a qualified employee-
Tommy Pitts- who was an
engineer and could greatly
assist the Board in this en-
deavor. After further discus-
sion, Commissioner Branch
moved the Board appoint
Tommy Pitts as Administra-
tive Assistant to the Board
with an increase in Mr. Pitts
salary to $14,000 per year with
the requirement that Mr. Pitts
work on his off-days for the
time being until he becomes
acquainted with the Second-
ary Road Program, with any
additional salary to be paid
from Anti-Recession Fiscal
Assistance Funds. Commis-
sioner Gortman relinquished
the Chair to second the
motion. Commissioner
Kennedy then moved to
amend the original motion to
increase the salary to $15,000
per year. Commissioner Gort-
man seconded the amendment
for discussion. Commissioner
Kennedy then asked Mr. Pitts
if he would take the job. Mr.
Pitts answered yes..Commis-
sioner Branch asked Mr. Pitts
did he understand that he
might have to work on week-
ends while he was training for
the position and during actual"
road construction. Mr. Pitts
answered yes. Commissioner
Branch asked Mr. Pitts did he
understand that as Admini-
strative, Assistant the Board,
could use him in any area they
desired. Mr. Pitts answered
yes. Mr. Pitts asked the Board
would they expect 50 hours per
week from him every week.
The Board answered no, only
that he would be expected to
work when he was needed.
Upon question, the amend-
ment to the motion passed
unanimously. Upon discussion
of the original motion Com-
missioner Owens stated that
Mr. Pitts was well qualified
but that the present Road
Superintendent, Lloyd Whit-
field had"'Been" employed' by'
the County for over. thirty
years and he did not want the
Board to overlook this ex-
perience in making this deci-
sion. Road Superintendent
Whitfield stated he would
prefer Mr. Pitts have this
position due to his college
training and the requirements'
of the state in this area. Upon
question, the motion passed
unanimously. Commissioner
Owens then moved that as
soon as' the 5th and 6th cent
gas tax became available it be
used iil paying Mr. Pitts'
salary differential. Commis-
sioner Kennedy seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. Commissioner Owens
then requested the Board
notify the Department of
Transportation, the City of
Wewa, and the City of Port St.
Joe of ,this action and also
request the Department of
Transportation furnish the
costs of new road construction
and re-paving per mile of
highway in Gulf County over
the last two years. Commis-
sioner Branch requested Mr.
Pitts obtain all plans, surveys,
etc. from the Department of
Transportation that would
save Gulf County money and
be useful to him in this
endeavor.'
Commissioner Owens re-
quested the Road Department
clean the ditch running east-
west in Jones Homestead.
Commissioner Owens
moved the Board pay the
$10.00 cost for volunteer emer-
gency medical technicians in
both squads to attend the
Emergency Medical Service
Seminar March 31 and April 1
in Tallahassee. Commissioner
Kennedy seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Commissioner Owens stated
that the pipe on the Stone Mill
Creek Road needed replacing
and the Road Department
budget did not include funds
for this so he would move that
the Board advertise for a sup-
plemental budget in the Anti-
Recession Fiscal Assistance
Fund to purchase this pipe. He
stated the people in this area
were in immediate need. Com-
missioner Branch seconded'
the motion. Commissioner
Branch then moved the
motion be amended to include
replacement pipe on the Dal-
keith Highway and the Sauls
Creek Road. Commissioner
Owens seconded the amend-
ment. Upon vote, the amend-
ment and the motion passed
unanimously.
Commissioner Kennedy
suggested the Board write the
Bay County Commission re-


miinei Jay uunIlin o un i Oseres in
returning Highway 22 in Bay
County to the Department of
Transportation for main-
tenance. The Board agreed.
The Mosquito Control Di-
rector Tommy Pitts reported
that landfill applications 'at.
Buckhorn and Port St. Joe had
been submitted and he was
working on having them ap-
proved.
At the request of Commis-
sioner Gortman, the Board
discussed janitorial service at
the County building in Wewa-
hitchka with no action taken.
After discussion, Commis-
-sioner Owens moved the' At-
torney notify Kolmetz Con-
struction Company that they
had failed to properly perform
their contract on the new
Library; that all penalties be
assessed; all monies due Kol- i,
metz be seized for use by Gulf
County in completing the job;
and legal action be taken to
recover damages suffered by
this Board. Commissioner-
Kennedy seconded .the motion,
and it passed unanimously.


A free leaflet entitled "How
Recent Changess in Social
Security Affect You" gives a
more detailed explanation of
these as well as the many
other changes in social se-
.curity . Copies can be obtained
,at the Panama City Social
-Security Office, located at 30
'West Government Street. The
,telephone number is 769-4871.


At no point in any of the 56
short stories and four novels
that Arthur Conan Doyle
wrote about his famous de-
tective does Sherlock Holmes
say "Elementary, my dear
Watson."


What do you say
to your best friend
who gets cancer?


Learning that someone
close to you has cancer can
be almost as terrifying as
getting the disease yourself.
But you might be able to
help both you and your
friend more by learning
how to cope with the


.disease -understanding its
.causes, treatment and
'possible cures.
It's easy to get answers to
those and other cancer
questions by calling the
Cancer Information Service
- a toll-free number that
connects you to a trained
volunteer who can help you
understand why your friend
is sick and what his or her
treatment is.
We all have to live with
cancer. Sometimes a lot of
understanding can make
the unknown a little easier
to accept.


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1-800-432-5953


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earned her bachelor of arts
degree at Stetson University
in Deland, in 1956, and her
masters in education at Mid-
dle Tennessee in 1969. She is
currently working on an edu-
cation specialist degree in
administration and supervi-
sion at MTSU.
She is married to J. W. H.
Chandler, and they have two
children, Mrs. Scott Adams
and Richard Chandler. She is
the sister of Mrs. Harvey
Tootle of Port St. Joe.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

SUNDAYSCHOOL ................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ............... 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ..;.............. 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday).... 7:00 P.M.


Mrs..Sadie A. Chandler, a; Tennessee, before her new
native of Port St. Joe, has . appointment.
accepted a position as state . Assistant Commissioner of
director of career education r.rEducation Jessie Warren said
for the Tennessee Education -;,Mrs. Chandler's appointment
Department. Mrs. Chandler ,.is the first step in a renewed
was guidance counselor at drivee to emphasize the im-
Franklin County High School, portance of career education.
,, Mrs. Chandler has been
g employed by the Franklin
County school system for 14
years, including five years as
,.a classroom teacher in special
Education and psychology and.
eight years in counseling,
SShe was president of South
Tenn. Personnel and Guidance
Asso during 1974-75 and presi-
dent during the 1975-76 term.
She served as president of the
-.liddle Tennessee Education
'Associatiop guidance section,
. .%,and was presented the James
-Hobbs Award for Outstand-
S , ng Counselor in 197.6, by the
..South Tenn. Personnel and
SGuidance Assoc. Mrs. Chand-
,!ler was also the recipient of
the Jaycee's Award for Out-
p standing Service in 1975.
Mrs. Sadie A. Chandler native of Port St. Joe, she



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The Kiwanis would like to collect your valid

"junk" for this sale. All monies derived wi
used for youth work in Port St. Joe. If you
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members listed below.

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Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Living In Sin

Benefits to widows and ,pf substantial work was
widowers who remarry after .changed for people who re-
age 60 will not. be reduced 6,ceive social security disability
under new social security benefits because of blindness.
amendments, David Robin- Disability benefits are gene-
son, Social Security Field rally payable only if a person
Representative , for Gulf fislunable to perform substan-
County, said recently. The tial work. Before the change,
provision becomes effective in the measure of substantial
January, 1979. ,work was. earnings of $200 a
Under present law, benefits 'month, Under the new law, the
to widows and widowers who -monthly measure of substan-
remarry at 60 or later may be tial work will be the same as
reduced. under the retirement test--
Other important benefit $334 a month for 1978, $375 for
changes were made by the 1979, $416 for 1980, $458 for
new law, Robinson said. They 1981, and $500 for 1982.
include: L
Public pension offset--social Length of marriage before
security dependent's benefits divorced- the length of marri-
to the husband or wife of a age required before a divor-
retired, disabled, or deceased ced woman can be eligible for
worker will be reduced by the benefits on the record of her
amount of any pension or former husband is reduced
annuity he or she receives from 20 to 10 years. The
based on his or her work in change is effective January
noncovered public employ- 1979.
ment. The change is effective Retroactive benefits- when
for benefits paid for Decem- a person applies for reduced
ber 1977, based oi applicationsi#Oenefits, 1 dnerally no benefits
filed in December 1977 and will be paid for months before
later. The offset provision 'the month -otf application
does not apply to those who unless the benefits are for
would be eligible for pensions disability or unreduced de-
by December 1982, and who pendent's benefits are in-
could have qualified for social valved. The change is ef-
security dependent's benefits fective for applications filed in
under the law in effect on January 1978 and after. Pre-
January 1, 1977. viously, up to 12 months
Blind people-- the measure benefits could be paid for
months before the month of
maintenance and also, deter- application in all cases.


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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1977 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


COMMUNITY PROFILE
. READER ADS TIS SECTION WRITTEN BY
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catering, cakes, photography,
flowers and invitations.
"Rocky", the owner and
manager, has built a fine
reputation in this area by
serving the public courteously
and providing quality goods at
reasonable prices.
Group orders are a special-
ty of this shop. When that


O


special day arrives in your
life, you can relax and be
assured of looking your love-
liest if you have made ar-
rangements withth is leading
shop.
The writers of this 1978 Com-
munity Profile are sure you'll
find high quality merchan-
dise and friendly service here.


Lanyard Ltd.
Ron & Glenna Robbins - Owners


Lanyard Ltd., located at 427
Grace Ave. in Panama City,
phone 769-3677, offers this
community a complete line of
hobby and supplies.
Young and old alike appre-
ciate a hobby of some sort to
free their mind of daily rou-
tines and worries. Join the list
of satisfied customers by go-


ing to Lanyard Ltd., and
selecting the necessary items
to start a hobby of your own.
While you're there, ask about
instructions in the hobby of
your choice. They feature
classes in macrame, tole
painting and stain glass to
mention a few. They are well
able to advise you.


We, the composers of this
1978 Community Profile high-
ly recommend Lanyard Ltd.
for giving the people of this
and surrounding areas many
pleasing hours of self enter-
tainment through their high
quality yet inexpensive mer-
chandise.


The headquarters for your
favorite party beverages in
Panama City is Buck's Pack-
age Store at 320 E. 6th St.,
phone 785-8171.
Courteous and helpful ser-
vice is a hallmark of this
establishment which has
served this area for some
time.
Most of the beverage items
you'll need for that party
you're planning are sold here.


Sandy Creek Ranch, Inc.


The people of this area are
fortunate to have this concern
in their midst with whom they
can deal with confidence and
as their reputation wil, prove,
they are a real friend to many
in this area.-They are dealers
in Argentine, Floratam, Centi-
pede, Bitter Blue and Ber-
muda sod, located on 167
South of 22 in Panama City,
phone 769-2282 or toll free
1-800-842-1672.
The background of this re-
liable firm proves they are
equipped for a long term
career rather than for quick
sales, and they are interested


in future business as well as
today's.
Their aim is to give their
patrons the highest quality
products at the lowest possible
prices. Their service is mark-
ed by their courteous, prompt,
and efficient treatment to all
the people.
Also Sandy Creek Ranch
Inc. is developing their pro-
perty with homes and an
indoor riding facility. So call
for more information.
We. the editors of this 1978
Community Profile, recom-
mend them to all of our read-
ers.


Family Homes
John Cammack - Owner


A house becomes a home
when it provides comfort,
utility and personal satisfac-
tion to its owners.
Planning a home is more
than putting vague ideas on
paper. It involves knowledge
of zoning,laws, financing,
building materials best suited
to the needs of owners, as well
as the experience to make the
house a truly personal build-
ing, reflecting your needs as
well as your personal desires.
For the best in custom home
building, see Family Homes,
loated at 304 Pennsylvania
Ave. in Lynn Haven, phone
265-2188. They know the
materials necessary for con-


struction and best suited to the
individual's needs in the dif-
ferent parts of the home. They
have a thorough knowledge in
such matters as availability of
utilities, landscaping and
home beautification. Bring
your plans to Family Homes
or let their complete planning
service design just the home
you want in your choice of
locations. Family Homes can
also help you find the perfect
piece of property to build your
dream home on.
The editors of this 197I
Community Profile recom-
mend Family Homes for a
complete home building ser-
vice.


A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. Dave's Brake & Alignment Service
. - - -- ir _-�- . - A--- - _-rMOO.*-1- " -


A. G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.
at 626 Luverne Ave. in Pan-
ama City, phone 785-0273,
helps find the answer to your
investment question. The
needs of all investors, indivi-
duals and institutions, are
served by the staff of A. G.
Edwards & Sons, Inc. Infor-
mation is made available to
iis firm on growth and in-


come stocks, convertible
bonds and special investment
which meet the needs of many
clients.

This 1978 Community Pro-
file recommends A. G. Ed-
wards & Sons, Inc. to give you
practical advice in developing
an investment program suited
to your needs.


Mama Campisi Restaurant


For many years, the people
of this area have depended
upon Dave's Brake & Align-
ment Service located at 3218
E. 3rd St. in Panama City,
phone 785-0468 for expert
brake service.
Brakes are too important to
allow just anyone to work on.
them and in this age of
specialization of complex
automotive equipment, per-
haps none is more important


Dine in the atmosphere of something different and tasty, than a true brake specialist.
Old Italy at the Mama Cam- try the fine Italian cuisine at
pisi Restaurant in Panama the Mama Campisi Restau-
t City at 1013 Beck Ave. near St. rant. You'll be greeted with W h tley
Andrews Marina, phone 763- Old World warmth and per-
9222, famous. for their Italian sonal service.
cuisine. - ,77 Fo
The Italiansiav been fain- wi f o ''s Wreknad is
" ous for centuries for their fine restaurant first on the list. located at 2304 Transmitter
food, robust wines, and many Call to make reservations Road in Panama City, phone
variations of pasta. Their today. 763-2463.
menu contains such favorites This edition of the 1978 This progressive institution
as: spaghetti, lasagna, par- Community Profile and its is a Twentieth Century econo-
migiana, veal scalloppini, researchers, suggest you visit my for the automobile owner
chicken cacciatore, as well as Mama Campisi's for a unique of today. Why? Because they
fine steaks and seafood., and pleasant Italian dining have everything in the way of
If you are in the mood for experience, used, automobile parts which
mean a saving to the people of
Gibb's Marine Service this community. This econo-
Gibb's Marine Service


M. L, Gibbens - Owner
Conveniently located, Gibbs than you would have ever ex-
Marine Service in Lynn Haven pected.
at 520 Ohio Ave., phone 265- You'll find that these boats
3672, is one of this area's and motors offer economy and
leading marinas. ease of operation. You can be
They are your factory auth- assured of reliability for they
orized dealers for the famous have been serving Bay County
Surbass, Procraft and McKee for over 25 years.
Craft boats. They carry a
fine inventory of Johnson out- The writers of this 1978
boards and omc stern drives Community Profile suggest to
with experience to help you our readers that they make it
select just the right model for a point to stop by this favorite
your particular desires and marina. Gibbs Marine Ser-
budget. You'll find that Gibbs vice is known for their busi-
-.Marine Service offers you ness practices and consider-
more convenience, economy ate treatment of their cus-
of operation, ease of handling tomers.


Parkway Construction Co.


The Parkway Construction
Co. in Panama City, located at
164 Lauren Lane is noted
throughout this section for
first class building contract-
ing. This well known shop is
noted for their abilities to
handle numerous types of pro-
jects quickly and profession-
ally, and often times jobs
thought impossible by others.


Experience and proper equip-
ment enables them to tackle
any contracting or alteration
job and complete it with
expert detail.
The 1978 Community Pro-
file points out the first class
guaranteed workmanship
offered by Parkway Construc-
tion, call 763-0683.


Pirate's Cove Camping


This rustic retreat is located
at the junction of 98 West and
Alt. 98 in Phillips Inlet, phone
234-2524. It's one of the most
up to date camping grounds in
this entire area.
The staff has kept this
campground in the finest of
condition. The grounds are
clean, respectable, and a


wonderful place to enjoy. If
you enjoy fishing, camping or
just plain loafing, these
grounds are made for you.
This 1978 Community Pro-
file compliments Pirate's
Cove Camping for offering a
fine recreational campground
to all our readers.


1 Fleming Bros. Machine Works


Conveniently located at 1143
East 15th in Panama City,
phone 763-5393, the Fleming
/ "'Bros. Machine Works Inc. is a
vital element in the industrial
progress of the state. They
have the latest machine shop
equipment, including portable


welding equipment which
allows them to execute all
classes of work with prompt-
ness.
We, the authors of this 1978
Community Profile, are more
than glad to call the attention
of the public to this firm.


Want to give your car a
"New Look".'? Take it to
Vickers Body Shop, located at
Hwy. 77 at 23rd St. in Panama
City, phone 785-2891 for a new
paint job. They have extensive
equipment and wide exper-
ience in auto painting.
Vickers Body Shop is noted
for their excellent work in
repairing damaged cars and
trucks. For many miles
around, experienced motor-


Dave Griffith - Owner
Remember how thankful
you were when you last had to
apply your brakes in an emer-
gency and you were able to
stop safely? Well, they may
not always be able to do that
and save your life or that of a
loved one, if they are not
checked, adjusted or replaced
regularly.
Let the experts here at
Dave's Brake & Alignment
Service inspect your brakes
and give you that extra edge in


road safety. They offer fast
service on brakes as well as
front-end alignment, shock ab-
sorber installation, minor
engine repair, wheel balanc-
ing, repairs and installation of
disc and drum brakes.
We, the writers of this 1978
Community Profile, take this
opportunity to recommend
Dave's Brake & Alignment
Service to all our readers for
the best in brake service and
repairs.


SWrecking Yard


Tom Odom - Owner
my is made possible because
of the large amount of busi-
ness they transact. This
means greater savings to you.
They buy wrecked and used
cars and disassemble them to
get parts, that are sold at
prices that can not fail to
appeal to anyone that uses an
automobile or truck.
The" writers of this 1978


Community Profile ar'e
pleased to give this public
spirited and progressive con-
cern mention, and to say that
whatever you are in need of a
used part for your car or
truck, you will find that you
will save money if you pay a
visit to the Whatley's Wreck-
ing Yard. You can be sure of a
SQUARE DEAL at all times.


ists and garage men have
learned to call upon this con-
cern for service. In many
cases they have completely
restored wrecked cars which
the owners thought were
beyond the repair of even
expert service. See their new
shop, "Vickers and Son Body
Shop No. 2", located at 740 E.
24 Plaza, phone 785-8451,
located in the old Burnup &


Allie & Pat Giraitis - Owners
Make them your one-stop
shopping place for party bev-
erages and mixers.
If it is wine or champagne
you want, they have a com-
plete selection and are always
glad to suggest the suitable
drink for the occasion.
It is not an easy job to pro-
perly select the right types
and brands of the many
hundreds of liquors on, the
market today, but through


Quality Electrical Service, Inc.


The Quality Electrical Ser-
vice Inc., located at 1139
Everitt Ave. in Panama City,
phone 763-7641, is well known
as an establishment of know-
ledge on all electrical prob-
lems. This well known com-
pany and its men who direct
its affairs, have made a thor-
ough study of all the problems
connected with electrical con-
tracting.
They are practical men in
this field, having learned the
business fromactual work and
experience, and being conver-
sant with the rules of the
underwriters so it is perfectly
safe.
If you're planning on any
electrical work, let them help


you make up your plans and
many little conveniences. In
regard to electrical contract-
ing, wiring and installation,
they are in a position to take
care of all work in the most
competent manner.
The editors of this 1978
Community Profile commend
this firm on their fine work
and recommend them to all.


Sims building.
The policy of this establish-
ment is to employ only the
most competent men. Do not
fail to call either shop when
your car is in need of body
repair or an expert paint job.
In knowing the reputation of
this fine firm, we, the writers
of this 1978 Community Pro-
file, recommend them to all
our readers.


much study and careful eva-
luation this store always
seems to have just what one
wants.
Allie & Pat Giraitis wish to
take this opportunity to thank
their many friends in Panama
City & Port St. Joe area for
their years of local patronage.
The compilers, of this 1978
Community Profile are happy
to recommend this well-liked
liquor store to our readers.


Howard's
Shoe Repair
22 E. 5th St.
PANAMA CITY, FLA.

785-1612

DYEING - TINTING
WHILE YOU WAIT.


Select Proper Grass



for Beautiful Lawn


Several hundred dollars can
be added to the value of your
home by the presence of a
beautiful lawn. It is worth
even more in terms of plea-
sure and pride it affords all
members of the family. On the
other hand, it can be a mess if
the proper grass is not select-
ed, planted and maintained.
The best lawn grass, like a
beautiful girl. is a matter. of
personal opinion and prefer-
ence. There are advantages
and disadvantages for every
grass. What one person con-
siders an asset may be a
liability to another.
. In shaded areas, some
grasses grow well and others
'grow poorly. St.' Augustine
grass will tolerate a -high
amount of shade, while ber-
muda and centipede like full
sun. Zoysia grass is a "slow-
poke" in regard to rate of
growth, while bermuda is a
.rapid vigorous grower.
A fast-growing grass may
be desired during the first few
months the lawn is in, but this
apparent advantage turns into
a disadvantage when it comes
time to mow.
Some grasses withstand foot
traffic or wear better than
others. Bermuda grass is un-
surpassed in this respect, with
zoysia and centipede being
poor choices for an active
family. Bahia produces a very
durable sod which is able to
withstand heavy traffic.
Color and texture of the
leaves are important features
of lawn grasses. Some, such as
improved bermudas and
zoysias are as fine and soft as
silk. St. Augustine, bahia,
centipede and carpet grass
are more coarse and harsh.
The fine ones, improved ber-
mudas in particular, require
more care. In color, lawn
grasses range from yellow-
green (centipede and St.
Augustine) to bluish-green
(zoysia and improved ber-
mudas).
Weeds can be controlled in
most lawn grasses grown
here, if the right chemical is
used. and .if. it. is, applied i
correct amounts at the proper
time. It is generally easier to
control weeds in bermuda and
zoysia then in St. Augustine
and centipede.
While no lawn grass is free


Ellis Electric is located at
2928 N. Selma Ave. in Pan-
ama City. Phone 769-4106 for
complete new wiring, repair,
remodeling and maintenance
service. This firm of recog-
nized electrical contractors
specialize in residential, com-
mercial and industrial wiring.
There are many jobs through-
out this area that are tributes
to their ability as electrical
engineers. They have the very
best in workmanship and
materials; therefore, you will
be wise to consult them before
you let your next contract.
We, the editors, refer this


Davis Vault &

Ray Davis, N. 0. G
Larry Owen
Davis Vault & Monument is
Icoated at 1722 E. 11th St. in
Panama City, phone 769-8104.
They are ready to serve your
needs at any time and their
courteous treatment and help-
ful suggestions are deeply
appreciated. This firm is
noted for serving the public
efficiently at all times. Let
them help you in selecting a
beautiful lasting monument
for your loved ones, years of
experience enables them to
help you choose with care.
They offer a complete ceme-
tery service and are eagle
vault distributors.
They offer monuments in all
sizes and will definitely have
just the one you want at a


Bill Mayo

Roofing Co.

20 Years Experience
FREE ESTIMATES
919 Kraft Ave.
Panama City

785-1608


of insect and disease pests,
some seem to be more sus-
ceptible than others. This is
clearly brought to your atten-
tion if you have ever had
Chinch bugs in St. Augustine
grass. Sod webworms and
army worms attack all types
of lawn grasses grown here,
but particularly like Ber-
muda. If you closely watch
and promptly treat with the
proper insecticide or fungi-
cide. disease and insect pests
can be controlled.
Like people, grasses have
different appetites. Bermuda
may need as many as twelve
fertilizations yearly, while
most other are perfectly con-
tent with only two to three.
St. Augustine grass is the
one most likely to stay green
during winter and its nearest
rival in this respect is zoysia.
Centipede and bermuda are
generally brown or straw
colored for several months
during winter in the northern


Doubly Deliciou


part of the state.
If your home is near the "'
ocean and salt spray is a;
problem, a grass having salt:.
tolerance should be used. St. ' -
Augustine and zoysia have'
good salt tolerance while the
Bermudas have fair to good
tolerance tq salt. Bahia, centi-.
pede, and carpet grass have :
poor salt tolerance.
Another point to consider-: '
when selecting a lawngrass is ".
drought tolerance. Bahia
grass is far superior to the.
other lawngrasses under dry.-
conditions. Bahia deep and ,--
extensive root system allows-,'.
it to survive weeks without
water. St. Augustine has good:'"
drought tolerance while the......
bermudas and zoysia have..-
fair drought tolerance..
What is your preference.-'
among lawn grasses? It will
be your grass, and the choice.:,.
is up to you. In selecting your. ..-.
lawn grass, consider the.
above points before planting...
your home grounds. : .

is Corn Bread


Serve a warm from the oven favorite tonight that's long on flavor.
and short on work. Quick Double Corn Bread is doubly good, becau .
each tender corn bread square is studded with tiny nuggets of real
corn. And it's doubly easy, because it starts with a convenient cori--
muffin mix and ends up taking only minutes to bake in a microwave.
oven. If your mouth is watering for this fvshly baked corn bread but,
you don't have a microwave, cook it the conventional way. No matter.;,,,
how you slice it - or bake it - Quick Double Corn Bread is corn.,
bread at its best.
QUICK DOUBLE CORN BREAD
(microwave)


One 12-oz. pkg. Flako Corn
. Muffin Mix
One 7 -oz.,can whole keirnel
corn, drained
2/3 cup milk


1 egg
1' tablespoon instant minced
1/2 onion "' "
1/2 teaspoon dill weed


Combine all ingredients; mix well. Pour batter into greased 8-inch '
square baking dish; cook in microwave oven about 8 minutes, rotating :
dish 1/4 timrn after each 2 minutes of cooking, or until wooden pick -
inserted in center comes out clean. Cool 5 minutes before serving:..
Cut into squares; serve warm ....
with butter or margarine. Makes:
C -R1 C8-inch square dish of corn bread.

New VA


Benefits
firm to all our readers in our B e-n i
1978 Community Profile. :o k


COOPER Available

Radiator Service The Veterans Administra-: ..
tion's enlarged booklet cover- :.
1528 Florida Ave. ing "Federal Benefits for-
Panama City, Fla. Veterans and Dependents" is'
Panama City, Fla. now available from the Super-
763-0185 intendent of Documents ih.[
. Washington, D.C. 20402 for $1..
*Recoring,.Repairs In addition to reflecting the .;:
fAuto - Truck - Industrial changes resulting from the GI:
*Free Pick & Delivery Bill Improvement Act and the
new compensation and pen--.:
sion rates, the 71-page booklet'.
provides an updated summary
of other VA and non-VA.
k M onum ent benefits available to veterans.
and dependents ....
oldman - Owners One major improvement: in.-
ns - Mgr. the 1978 edition is the listing f
toll-free as well as local VA:-
price to fit your budget. phone numbers. Theseb'
The researching editors of numbers enable everyone'in
this 1978 Community Profile the 50 states and Puerto Rico..
are pleased to present Davis to call VA, without charge, to.:
Vault & Monument to the consult a veterans benefits'-:
people of this area. counselor for first-hand in--"'
formation on benefits. .
Ask the Superintendent dfi.
CHUCK GIGLI'S Documents, U.S. Government
Printing Office for the IS-i
Diver's Den Fact Sheet.

4700E.Hwy.98-Parker ,
Phone 769-1321
Sales - Rentals - Repairs *
*Equipment Water that has been boiled': *"
*Air Station before cooling will freeze -
*e Tr faster, because the boiling.-:
*Charter Trips drives out some air bubbles.



Ray's Old Church
Custom Finishing Furniture Shop
346 Kraft Ave. 785-2065
PANAMA CITY, FLA.
513 Satsuma Ave.
* Kitchen --~s Panama City, Fla.
Refinishea OWNER - Earl Gorman
* Refinishing FURNITURE
* Stripping V Repair *Stripping
S* Refinishing


I*


PAGE THIRTEEN


Vickers Body Shop
R. C. Vickers & Jerry Vickers - Owners


Buck's Package Store


806 N. Tyndall Pky. ( Alt. 98)
Panama City, Fla.
785-3045
9 Jazz Feeds Fencing
* Pet Supplies S Hardware





MAY 5,1978
GRAND PRIZE... $20,000
2nd PRIZE....... .$5,000
3rd PRIZE... .... $2.000
PLUS
7 PRIZES OF.......200


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TAMMY
LEWIS
was the first $100
winner last week
in our Big Deal
contest.


Plain or Self-Rising
Robin Hood

FLOUR


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White Gold


SUGAR


5 Lb.
Pkg.


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3
F^eh LeanB^


GROUNDi


Fresh Meatv
Spare Ribs
Loin End
Pork Chops


LB. $129
LB. 99C


Snow Hill
Baking Hens LB. 69-
Swift's Prem. Beef
Beef Liver Lb. 49
Swift's Prem. Beef
Rib Eye Steak Lb.269
Swift's Prem. Beef 169
Sirloin Steak Lb.1
Swift's Prem. Beef $ 79
Cube Steak Lb. 1


Beef
Short Ribs
Fresh
Pork Roast
USDA Choice
Rump Roast
Swift Prem. Beef
Chuck Steak
Hormel Beef
Rib Steak


L:I


LB. 79C
Lb. $109
Lb. $109
Lb. $109
Lb. $169


$4


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Detergent

CHEER


Hunt's

KETCHU


I II


32 OZ.
hule.


1 with $10 or moreadditional purchase


Nestle Oatmeal or
Peanut Butter
COOKIE MIX


Green Giant Golden
im Style or Whole Kernel


NestleSugar*
COOKIE MIX
Nestle Chocolate C
COOKIE MIX


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* ft HWE Regular, with Meat or with Mushrooms 5oz.
8g _99l SPAGHETTI SAUCE 2 1a 1O


Luck Cut OreiR

SANS


$
16 OZ.
cans


OLEO QUARTERS
Piggly Wiggly 20 Sices
CHEESE SPREAD
Boenrden Ute Uns Sliced
CHEESE FOOD
CHEESE SLICES
Weight Watchers Inmitat
MAR6IAINE
Pillsbury
CINNAMON ROLLS


21.790


16oz.
pkg.
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Minute Maid Frmn
ORANGE JUICE
Minute Maid Frozen
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
Green Giant Frozen
Whole Kernel or CreamStyle
BUTTERED CORN
Sara Lee Frozen i. '
Butter Streusel or Pen
COFFEE CAKE
Green Giant ;
FROZEN LASAGNA
Green Giant
CORN ON THE COB


2 6w-
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65
pkg. 99
size 99


Sweet Golden
6OLOEN CORN
Red Ripe
WATERMELON
CTAWElforS
STRAWBERRIES


STRAWBERRY GLAZE


New Cromp orda
RED POTATOES


69'


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i.t 690
begl-


Sliced or Halved
Hunt's Yellow Cling


Prices Good
April 12-15


49 OZ.
box


none sold toldelers


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