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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 27, 1978
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 34


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Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORTST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978


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To Provide Rent Subsidies


County Approves of




New Federal Plan


SThe County Commission
wasn't sure it understood all it
was supposed to know about a
new federal rent subsidy pro-
gram. so it spent over an hour
and a half questioning and
listening to the explanations of
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S the barber shop and get their locks shorn to the point of
W 'as M o n Surprised! oblivion. It was also news to the parents of these four boys,
when they got home and their momma's found out they had
Spring time is "burr-head" time for the young boys-or it been to the barber shop. They said they just had their hair cut
was in the past, but the long hair fashion of the past few years on the spur of the moment, which sounds just like Spring to
has virtually eliminated the "burr-head" look from the scene us. Shown with the cool hair style are, left to right: Paul
in recent times. It is now so seldom one sees the hair style Davidson, Scott Burkett, Treace Parker and John Miller, III.
that it has become news when four young boys take a trip to -Star photo




Pstol-Packing Permits


If you have a good character
which will pass inspection and
you need a little protection,
: ,you can now officially get
permission.to pack a pistol in
Gulf County. It will cost -you
$50.00 to get the permit to pack
a rod, however, and it will cost
you $25.00 to get the permit
re-newed after it has been in.
effect for the limit of one year
set on the permits.
After several people have
asked for gun-toting provi-
leges in the past, the Commis-
sion finally agreed to adopt'
some policy to grant or refuse
such requests in the future,
giving the permission to those
who need the protection of a
weapon on their person and
weed out those who just wish
to have permission to carry a
gun.
The permit system adopted
by the County is the same as
the one used by the State of
Florida and calls for a close
examination of the applicant's
character by the Sheriff's
office, a review of the findings
Sand request by the County


Commission and a ruling on
,(!e application. The fee is to
pay t tihe expenses of mak-
ing all these investigations.
The investigations are to see
that the permits are issued
only to responsible people.
The permit will be good only
in the confines of the issuing


county of.Gulf.; money on their person. The
SThe.thipking of.the Commis-, feeling, was that only the
sion in reluctantly adopting person desiring legitimate
the permit procedure was that protection would apply for: a
some people legitimately need permit. The person wanting to
to carry a weapon for protec- use the gun for illegal pur-
tion, due to the nature of their poses would, riot bother with
job and because they may getting a:permit to carry it in
have to carry large sums of (Continued on Page 3)


Final Decision On Nursing


Home Is Due Friday Night


The Regional Committee
of the Panhandle Health
Care Council will have the
final say on whether or not
Port St. Joe will receive a
nursing home installation
in a meeting Friday night
to be held at the Holiday
Lodge in Panama City at
7:,00 p.m., Port St. Joe
time.
The decision made at the
Friday's hearing will spell
victory or defeat for the


civic movement which is
trying to attract the facility.
to Port St. Joe.

Survival of the project
took a brighter look last
Tuesday night when the
Sub-District Council put its
stamp of approval on the
proposal in a meeting also
held in the Holiday Lodge.
A. previous recommenda-
tion from another commit-
tee in the health care


Gil Bergquist, station
Tallahassee.
Bergquist had come b
the Board at their reque
answer questions and ex
a new federal program
subsidizes rent payment
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1951 Law Had Alreac

Established Water Lin

One of the most talked-about subjects in these parts
year, was.the,County's recent attempt to establish the
between fresh and salt water fishing requirements at
Highland View bridge. The matter took up great chunk
time at the County Commission meetings for three meet
in a row and smaller'bits of time in.two other meetings.
problem was to keep net fishermen out of the canal, witl
penalizing the freedom of sports fishermen in the same at
Repeated visits by executives of the Marine Patrol
Game and Fish Commission failed to come up with
necessary regulations which would suit everyone concern
As it worked out, all that meeting and discussion wa
vain. The demarkation line at the bridge had b
established in 1951 and is still in effect, prohibit
commercial fishing east of the draw bridge at Highl
View. The ruling was found in a search of Game and I
Commissions records by Captain Foxworthy, command
'the Panama City office. The ruling was requested by
:County on April 3, 1951 and was approved by the Cabinet
placed in the Commission's books on October 9, 1951.
So, fishermen, keep your nets west of the bridge or
,Game Commission boys will get you.


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permit system had failed to
recommend the nursing
home. Testimony given at
the meeting last Tuesday
won points for the home.
If the committee meeting
Friday continues to give.,
approval for the home, it
will have hurdled all the
obstacles in the way of
approval in securing a
certificate of need, neces-
sary-for the construction of
any medical care facility.


GCEC Names Four New Trustees


B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., Presi- Coop., announced the appoint
dent of Gulf Coast Electric ment of four trustees to serv












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* Tank Decorated

This replica of a Shark has been painted on the reverse
side of the City's new 500,000 gallon water tank on Long
Avenue. When the tank was erected, a shark was painted on
the side facing the football stadium. Two weeks ago, this
illustration was painted on the side facing the baseball field.
Now, no matter where you are, you can be reminded of the
High School's mascot if you are playing any kind of ball near
the schools in Port St. Joe. -Star photo


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on the Board of the Coopera-
tive. They are: Obie T. Mor-
rell to represent District 1,
Group 1, which is the southern
portion of Washington and
Jackson counties; Bill Tiller
to represent District 3, Group
1, the Southport area of Bay
County; Ronald P. McGill,
District 3, Group 2, the Green-
hills Fountain area of Bay
County; and Coy F. Brahier,
District 3, Group 3, the Allen-
town Cooks Bayou area of
Bay County.
SAccording to Pridgeon, the
appointments have been duly
made and the new trustees
properly seated to fill the
vacancies resulting from the
actions of the membership at

Lt. Governor Is

Coming for Visit
Lieutenant Governor Jim
Williams will be visiting in
Port St. Joe next Tuesday
evening, it was learned
yesterday morning.
The Lieutenant Governor
will be meeting his friends
and supporters in the Motel
St. Joe between 7:00 and
8:00 p.m. Everyone is in-
vited to come meet Lt. Gov.
Williams and discuss the
issues of the day with him.


the Annual Members Meeting
held on April 8th at Coopera-
tive Headquarters in Wewa-
hitchka. There is one year re-
maining on the unexpired
term for the representatives
of District 3 and two years for
the representative of District
1.
Mr. Morrell is a business-
man and has been very active
in community activities in
Ebro. Bill Tiller is employed
with the Florida Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion. Ronald McGill is employ-
ed by International Paper
Company in their Woodlands
Division.
Coy Brahier is in Civil Ser-
vice employed at Tyndall Air
Force Base.
In commenting on the ap-
.pointments, President Prid-
geon stated, "The Board has
selected these trustees be-
cause of their demonstrated
leadership qualities in their
communities. They have the
respect of their neighbors and
I am sure they will represent
their friends well. They will
bring fresh ideas to the Board
which will help us do a better
job of insuring that the Co-
operative is efficiently oper-
ated in the best interest of all
the members."


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ed in underprivileged people, to en-
able them to live in better
before housing on limited :budgets.
est to The subsidies apply to under-
Kplain privileged people, retired peo-
which pie on fixed incomes, widows,
ts for etc. The only criteria for
receiVing the rental programs
is that the recipient must
make less than 80 percent of
Y the Gulf County median fam-.
ily income to have a portion of
their rent paid. Of course,
te there has to be a property
owner willing to cooperate
with the program, too.
this
line NEW PROGRAM
the Bergquist represents the
s of Section 8 Rental Subsidy Pro-
ings gram, Department of Com-
The munity Affairs. He' said the
hout organization is new to this
rea. area, and is nowtrying ti sign
and up client counties to get into
the operation within the next six
ned. months. 'Bergquist said his
is in organization will not come
,een into a county to operate with-
ting out the blessings and invita-
land tion of the county or munici-
Fish pality involved.
er of Bergquist told the Commis-
Gulf sion that the counties of
and Franklin, Liberty, Calhoun
and Jefferson have agreed to
the participate in the program.
These counties, along with
Gulf would make a five county
district which would have 100
rental subsidy units approved.
to divide among them.
The Subsidy representa-
tive also said the cities of
Wewahitchka and Port St.
Joe had signed resolutions
appro ing the program, but
the City of Port St. Joe has
done nothing about the pro-
gram except instruct its
Clerk. Mike Wright, to ob-
tain more information about
its operation.
The Commission was mostly
concerned about distribution
of the rental units the
dispersal throughout the dis-
trict to make sure each county
gets its share and dispersal
inside the county, to see that
all parts of the county get an
equal chance at the units
available.
Bergquist said the units
would be distributed through
the counties involved on a
population basis, which would
give Gulf nearly 25 percent of
the 100 units available. He said
distribution of the units inside
the county would be governed
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JERRY GATES


New Bank-

Director
Jerry Gates was elected by
the Board of Directors of the
Florida First National Bank at
Port St. Joe last Thursday to
fill a position on the Board
vacated by the resignation of
George Y. Core.
Gates makes his home north
of Wewahitchka on the Dead
Lakes. He is a former owner of
Jerry Gates Fish Camp on the
Dead Lakes.
Gates is a graduate from the
University of Florida, class of.
1962, where he received his
degree in Business Adminis-
tration with a major in ac-
counting. He has been em-
ployed for the past five and a
half years as Financial Officer
of Gulf County. Prior to that
he was employed with Earl
Bush, CPA, of Panama City.
Gates is a native of Blounts-
town. His ability at basketball
with the Blountstown Tigers
earned him an academic-
athletic scholarship with the
University of Florida.
The new director is married
to the former Julia Mozelle
Whitfield of Altha. They are-
the parents of two sons, Ernie
and Phillip Hall.
Other members of the Board
are J. Ted Cannon, chairman,
J. Lamar Miller, Fred Witten,
Dr. Joseph P. Hendrix and
Wesley R. Ramsey.


Ballot Complete for


City Election May 9


New Signal Lights

Apalachicola Northern Railroad installed these new,
improved signal lights at their crossing over Highway 98
near the Box Plant this past week. The new crossing
warnings extend out into the highway farther than the old
ones, and do a more effective job of warning approaching
motorists of the proximity of a train to the crossing. The
older warnings were smaller than the new ones and were
missed by several motorists who did not see them in the past.
-Star photo


Three candidates will com-
pete for two seats on the Port
St. Joe City Commission in the
May 9 primary. Qualification
for prospective candidates to
sign up for the election contest
ended last Wednesday at 5:00
p.m., with only the three
candidates paying their quali-
fying fee.
Veteran Commissioner
James B. Roberts will go into
his third term on the Board
with no opposition. His name
will not appear on the ballot,
since he has no opposition in
the primary.
In the other Commission
post. incumbent Gerald Sulli-
van, seeking his third term, is
being opposed by John Robert
Smith, a retired druggist, who.
formerly operated Smith's
Pharmacy. Smith served for
three terms on the Board in
the 1960's. Sullivan is opera-
tions superintendent of Sylva-
chem Corporation.
The election will be held on
May 9, in a single primary
voting session. The small
number of candidates will
eliminate the need for a
second primary run-off elec-
tion.


Voting will be at the Fire
Station with polls open from
7:00 a.m., to 7:00 p.m. Voting
machines will be used in the
election.

New Manager

at Danleys
John Wallace has taken ove
management of Danley Furn-
ture Company of Port St. Joe.
Wallace took over directiorr.a
the local firm Tuesday of thii
week.
The new manager comes to
Port St. Joe from Enterprise,
Alabama, where he had beeth
with the Danley firm for 13
years. Wallace has served in
the capacity of interim man-
ager in several of the Danley
stores as well as being a part
of the sales force of the
Enterprise store.
Wallace said he will be
moving to Port St. Joe, along
with his wife, in the near
future just as soon as he can
find a place to live.
The Wallace's have b son
and daughter who are both
married.


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PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978



P WiT THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Wlliams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
-' CC A Wesley R. Ramsey .................. Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey ...................... Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ..........:........, Office Manager
Shirley K. Ramsey .................... ..... Typesetter
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PORTST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR, $5.00 SIX MONTHS, S3.00 THREE MONTHS, 127.S0
OUT OF COUNTY-S7.00 OUT OF U.S.-One Year, S9.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word s thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


-EDITORIALS:




Why Not Eliminate


Governors Office?


Governor Reubin Askew has run
Into a problem. The problem seems
to be with his hand-picked Constitu-
tion Revision Commission.
Here it almost time to wrap up
the supposedly revised (in reality it
'has been re-written) Constitution to

sion is bucking the Governor on the
manner in which the document will
Sbe placed on the ballot for a decision
* by the voters and on just how much
i of the Cabinet should be abolished.
; The Commission has now tenta-
itively decided to put the new
IConstitution (we'll call it that, since
'it more aptly fits the description of
what was supposed to be a revision)
'on the ballot in eight questions while
'the Governor wants it put on the.
ballot in a more simple manner.
Also the Commission wants to
abolish the entire Cabinet in their
new document and the Governor
wants to retain tbo of the present
five members. We predict that


neither will get their wishes approv-
ed by the voters, so their arguments
are all in vain.
This proposal to abolish the
Cabinet and place increased author-
ity with the Governor brings another
solution to mind over what the
Governor terms an unweildly form
of government. Suppose the Revi-
sion Commission, should place a
question on the ballot to abolish the
position of Governor and allow the
state to be run by a- Board (the
Cabinet) much as the counties and
cities within the state are run. This
method of government seems to
serve other political subdivisions
well, why not state government?
At least, with a Board type of
government, there would be some-
one in Tallahassee at all times to
makejmpprtant decisions. Now this
authority is vested in one man, who-
,is'pr6ne' t wander about the nation
and world at times.


Letters to the Editor .....


Softball Fields


Shaping Up

Work is progressing on the two new
softball fields behind the High School,
with the date for playing the first games
rapidly drawing near.
These photos show the new lighting
system which is now nearly complete at
the parks and the bottom photo shows a
part of the fence around the complex and
a cement slab which has been poured for
construction of one of the team dug-outs.
--Star photo


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A Layman's View.


By Billy Norris


Bible Notes


PROVERBS (L.B.)
KEY WORD: LIVING LAWS

It has been said that the
Bible,, if nothing else, is a
great blueprint for living. Of
course, it's more than that but
there is complete truth in this
statement. We do heed to get
the Bible truths to where we
live.: The bok of Pro erbs is
one place to look at somebof
the living laws. These quotes
will be from the Living Bible.
Proverbs 15:15, "When a


man is gloomy, everything
seems to go wrong. When he is
cheerful everything seems
right." 15:30, "Pleasant sights
and good reports give happi-
ness and health." It begins to
emerge, doesn't it, 'What you
say is what you get!'
Proberbs 19:11, "A wise
man restrains his anger .and
pverloooks insults. This is to
,his credit." Righteousness


equals right relationships with
our fellow man. Our righteous-
ness to God must first pass
through our relationship with
our fellow man.
And then God doesn't ap-
prove of being dumb.
Proverbs 24:3-4, "Any enter-
prise is built by wise planning,
becomes strong through com-
mon sense, and profits won-
derfully by keeping abreast of
the facts." 14:4, "an empty
stable stays clean but there is
no income from an empty
stable.
Isn't IIE wonderful. Read
His handbook, the Bible, you
will be blessed by it.


Thanks for

Your Help
Dear Mr. Ramsey,
Thank you for your assist-
ance in publicizing the Pre-
school Screening Clinics
which were conducted on
April 10 in Port St. Joe and on
April 11 in Wewahitchka. The
Screening Clinics were sup-
ported and conducted by the
Bay Diagnostic and Resource
System, the Gulf County
Schools, and the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic. All involved
seemed to think the program
was very successful. By pro-
viding the community with


QB Club

Grateful
Dear Wesley:
I know I speak for the entire
membership of Port St. Joe
Quarterback Club in expres-
sing appreciation to all those
involved in making the recent
seafood dinner so successful.
We would especially like to
express our appreciation to
the St. Joe Singers for provid-
ing entertainment for the
evening, the numerous volun-
teer workers who assisted us
in the preparation and serving
of the food, members of the
Port St. Joe High School
student body who assisted us
in selling tickets to the affair,
and finally, to Mrs. Faye
Lewis and the lunchroom staff
at Port St. Joe High School,
who worked long and hard
hours in helping us make the
event such a successful
evening.
I am continually amazed at
the positive response our com-
munity gives to worthwhile
projects such as this. As you
know, it was the work of the
Port St. Joe Quarterback Club
to do whatever we can to
enhance the. facilities and
athletic program at Port St.
Joe High School. It is most
encouraging when the people
of our community respond in
such a warm and positive
manner to assist us in these
endeavoris. ,,,
... Sincerely yours.
Z .: Davis Stoutamire'


information on the program
through your media, you have
certainly shared with us in
carrying out a much needed
community service.
Allow me to share some
tentative statistics which you
and possibly the public may be
further interested in. A total of
ninety-one (91) preschool
children between the ages of
three and five were screened
in the areas of hearing, vision,
speech and language, learning
readiness, and behavior or
development during the two
days of the program. Of the
total screened, problem areas
requiring additional evalua-
tion were found according to
the following percentages-i
Hearing, five percent; Vision,
nine percent; Speech and
Language, 10 percent; School
readiness, 25 percent; and
Development or Behavior,
seven percent.
As you can see from the
above numbers, a significant
number of children were
found to have potential diffi-
culties. Preventative or re-
medial measures can now be
taken with these children so
that the child and his parents
may now be helped. Again,
such statistics assure me that
the Preschool Screening was a
success. The Gulf County
Guidance Clinic will attempt
another program of this sort
next year and again thanks for
your support this year.
Sincerely,
Edwin R. Ailes
Clinic Director

Has Praise for

Area Firemen
April 19, 1978
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
I wish to commend the un-
tiring efforts of the Highland
View and Port St. Joe Fire
Departments, and all other
courageous citizens, who as-
sisted in saving my home, and
the six other homes from the
woods fire of 30 March 1978.
It was a frightening experi-
ence.
I thank God for sparing us,
and my prayers go with all
who.participated in controll-
ing the fire.
Sincerely; ,
:ri'i: Julia G'race Harrisdti


Turning Cheek


General Torijos came out the
Sday after the approval of giving him
the Panama Canal and said if the
Senate hadn't ratified the treaties,
:he was prepared to either take it or
sabotage the Canal the following
day.
That seems to be a pretty rash
statement for a small nation to make
Against the might of the United
S States. On the other hand, the way
things have been going, perhaps it
was a safe statement to make.
It was rash for the General to
say what he did, since his own people
didn't take too kindly to the prospect
that the source of over one-third of
their economy hung on the vote of
one United States Senator. They
don't want the Canal to become
inoperable.
SIf we were in the Senate, and'
had voted for ratification (which we
wouldn't have done) we would have


stood up in the Senate the following
day, after the General's statement,
and officially asked for our vote to
be changed.
Senator Dennis DeConcini of
Arizona, a stallwart of protecting
.the U.S. right to defend the Canal in
the future stated, after the General's
outburst, "The.compromise provi-
sion (to defend the Canal) does not
limit this right, but does reaffirm the
U.S. policy against intervention in
the internal affairs of foreign coun-
tries". Just when did the U.S. adopt
this policy? Our actions toward
Rhodesia and South Africa don't
substantiate this statement.
One thing the General and
DeConcini's clash over the defense
,issue taught us. It taught us why the
cheeks on the drawings of Uncle
Sam are so rosy and bright. They got
that way from our habit of turning
the other cheek so many times.


Tides


High and low tides
Joseph's Bay for the
ing week are shown
table below. The infoi
is furnished by the
Weather Bureau Sta
Apalachicola.
High
Thursday 1:10P
Friday 1:58P
Saturday 2:58 P
Sunday 3:52 P
Monday 4:55 P
Tuesday 10:33 A


7:01 P
Wednesday 9:13 A


Thursday


9:00A


Assigned to

Fort Polk,
Spec. 4 Anthony J. J
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen, 171 Avenue E, i
Joe, recently was a
with the 77th Armor
Polk, La.
He entered the Ai
July, 1974.


Laurentian Forest Large



SFreighter to VsitLocal Po


SPort St. Joe's harbor has
had some large ships visit in
the past, but none so large as
the freighter which came here
last week to pick up a cargo of
rosin from Sylvachem Cor-
poration.
The 682-foot Laurentian For-
est, sailing out of Newcastle,
England, spent two days in
port here last week.
S The ship was especially
designed to carry automobiles
from the United Kingdon and
the European continent to
Canada and newsprint and
other forest products from
Canada back to the United
Kingdom.
Since then, use of the vessel
has been expanded and it now
travels all over the globe.
One of two such ships in the


world, the Laurentian Forest
is fully automated. It is cap-
able of travel in any kind of
weather. The ship has a
sophisticated stabilizing sys-
tem minimizing the roll in
anything but the most severe
storms.
Rather than using cranes to
load its cargo, like normal
ships, the huge visitor had two
openings, one at each end of
the ship. The cargo was
hauled aboard in trucks or
carriers and placed in one of
the three huge holds which ran
the full length of the vessel.
Access to the three cargo
holds was by three massive
elevators.
A crew of 32 handles the ship
which can attain a speed of 18
*knots and can carry a gross


tonnage of 16,380 tons. The
ships hold can be rearranged
depending on the type of
cargo. It has capacity for 2,000
medium size cars.
When the ship was here, it
had its middle hold filled with
paper. The rosin, loaded here,
was put in the bottom hold. It
was due to stop in Halifax to
pick up 80 combines to fill its
top hold before returning to
the European continent.
The captain of the Lauren-
tian Forest is Angus Lewis
Mitchell, a Scotsman with
over 40 years experience at
sea. Captain Mitchell said,
"Sailing is the only job I have
ever had." The captain makes
his home in Ardrishaig, Scot-
land.
Captain Mitchell and his


crew had high praise
hospitality they were
while visiting in Port
Most of the officer
ship had their wives o
with them.


Church 1

Show Fil
The Highland View
dist Church will present
by David Wilkerson,
"The Road to Armag
this Sunday, April 30,
p.m.
Everyone .s cordi;
vited to attend and
this film with the co
tion.


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ETAOIN SHRDLU

By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


FIRST, LET ME GET THIS little item out of
Low the way: Saturday night is the time for you to
11:55 P turn those clocks and watches ahead an hour for
12:48A Daylight Saving Time which comes along some
1:27A time about 2:00. a.m., Sunday morning.
2:00A I have never seen Daylight Saving Time
2:04A come in, so I don't know for sure how it's done.
2:40P All I know is that I get up Sunday morning after
1:27 A it has happened and there we are ... an hour
5:03 P
5:05P ahead of the day before.
S Daylight Saving Time means that some of us
who work into the evening, can get home after
work before it gets dark. It also means that those
La. who retire early, sometimes will go to bed with
the sun still up.
Jackson, Whether we like it or not; whether it benefits
Capers our particular situation or not; Daylight Saving
gnPortd Time is coming Saturday night and it will be with
at Fort us until. October.
So, enjoy it!
rmy in
I'M DISTURBED. The Saturday morning
papers came out with a story debunking the

S died a hero in the Alamo at the hands of the
Mexicans. Crockett, along with Jim Bowie and
other assorted folk heroes (according to the

main force of the Mexican army for weeks while
the young state of Texas was getting itself ready
for a fight. But Texas never sent reinforcements
for the for the embattled heroes, even though it
shown eventually won independence from Mexico.
St. Joe.
s of the Now, they say Crockett surrendered when
n board the going got tough and the Mexicans executed
him before a firing squad. This isn't quite the
same pattern of a hero fighting to the death
which the folklore of this bit of history has led us
t0 all to believe.
It's getting so you can't believe anything any
Im more. The next thing you know, they'll be saying
Jimmy Carter's teeth are capped.
Metho-
nt a film
entitled -I HAD AN INVITE from George Tapper to
geddon" take a tour on the huge British freighter tied up
at 6:30 at the local docks last Thursday at noon and had
an invitation to eat dinner on board the vessel,
ally- .which I was looking forward to.
witness
Ingrega- I got down at the dock and didn't see George
or the other invited guests anywhere. He had


invited several managers in local firms which
use water transportation in this area to make the
tour, and I found out they were already on board.
I ran up on Keith Ward, Harry Lee Smith and
Jimmy Cox, who said they were in the process of
loading the ship. Keith was watching the sea
gulls float on the stiff breeze which was blowing
last Thursday. He was protected from any
"accident" which might fall on him with a hard
hat perched on his crew-cut head. Harry Lee and
Jimmy were dragging up and down the dock on
their fork lifts. Harry Lee stopped racing with
Jimmy long enough to try to sell me some stock
in his "Bow Wow Kennels" (Harry Lee is in the
business of raising Pitt Bulldogs) which I
graciously declined, not wanting to dilute Harry
Lee's ownership in his enterprise.
Keith told me George and his guests were on
board and told me I could just walk right up the
loading ramp to the inside of the boat and find
them.
About that time, Dr. Joe Hendrix, another
guest, arrived and I asked him if he knew where
to go. Joe said, "Sure, I've been on these boats
before and I know just where to go. Follow me".
So, I followed Joe. We went up the long flight
of steps to the deck, then we got into the bowels of
the ship and walked up more and more flights of
steps to the wheel house. We didn't see anyone on
the way and nobody was in the wheelhouse,
driving the ship. So, we struck out again more
and more steps then we ran into the Captain.
The Captain, a Scotsman said, "They're all in
the hold, looking around".
The Captain put us under the shepherding of
a seaman, who took us down, down, down more
and more steps into the hold of the ship. I am
here to tell you that a ship is twice as tall inside
as it looks from the outside.
When we got to the bottom, we found that the
group had just finished theirtour down there and
we were to go up to the ward room to eat dinner.
Guess where the ward room was! Right back up
top where we had just come from. So up, up, up,
up we went, climbing more and more steps.
Before it was all over, Joe and I climbed the
height of that ship three times before we ever got
settled down.
I found-out that Joe knew where to go for. the
dinner, but he didn't know where to go for the
tour.




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the first place.
SFIES INCREASED r
The Commission has also
adopted an ordinance which
would increase the fees char-
ged by the Sheriff's Depart-
ment for the serving of pa-.
pers, especially in civil mat-
ters. The Sheriff has been
serving papers such as sum-
mons, writs, etc., for.years at
the rate of $7.50 per instru-
merit. Other counties have
increased their charges to
$12.00 per service and the
Commission thought GulfQ s
Sheriff should increase his
fees too.
BOAT RAMPS
Finance Officer Jerry Gates


announced that the county
now has over $2,000 available
from the State of Florida to
improve'boat ramps in the
county. The money accumu-
lates from time to time to the
county from sporting fees.
Gates said the fund is now
growing to the size where it
can be used for some project
or other and possibly the
Commission should begin
thinking of some boating need
in the county.
Billy Branch, who was alert,
despite the lateness of the
hour, said the Commission
should consider using the
money to build a boat launch-
ing site on St. Joseph Bay
or the Gulf. "We don't have a


single boat launching site in
the county to gain access to
the Bay or Gulf," he said.
Discussion then centered on
where to put such a ramp and
-wound up with chairman
Jimmy Gortman and acting
clerk Gates saying they would
approach St. Joe,Paper Com-
Spany about using some water-
front property, preferably the
site on Highway 98 just eas* of
the curve beyond Highland
View, on which to locate a
launching ramp.
Initial contacts to locate a
site will probably be made
Within the next two weeks.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-
mission:


New Federal Program


(Continued from Page Y
by need and willingness of a
property owner to come under.
the program.
QUESTIONS
-Though the Commission
wound up the discussion by
adopting the resolution to.
approve the program, with the
proviso that they could pull
out before the program begins
if they want; two questions
important to the issue were,
posed to Bergquist, and a
future conference was called'
for to better explain the
operation and ramifications
of the program to the county.
Commissioner Everett
Owens was concerned over
safeguards to prevent central-
izing the benefits in a given


OBITUARIES:

Fannie Eliza
Harveli
Fannie Eliza Harvell, 87, of
Leon County died Monday at
the home of her daughter,"
Mrs. Genie Cox, following a
long illness.
She was a lifelong resident,
of Leon County and a member
of Fort' Braden Church.
' Survivors 'include three
sons, Emmniet M. and Clar-
ence D. Harvell, both of Tal-
lahassee, and AllenL. Harvell
of Port St. Joe; .thrpe daugh-
i ters, Genie J. Cox of Port St.
Joe, Ethel Irene White of Alta-
monte Springs, and Edna
Louise Murray of Baltimore,
Md.; a brother, Ausley Allen
of Jacksonville; a sister, Viola
Grissett of Tallahassee; 19
grandchildren; 27 great-
grandchildren and 9 great-
great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were
were held Wednesday at two
p.m. in Oakland Cemetery.

Noel Sidney

Arkinstall
Graveside 'services for
Noel Sidney Arkinstall were
held Saturday at 8:30 a.m., in
Holly Hill Cemetery. Rev.
Sidney Ellis presided over the
services.
Arkinstall was found dead at
his home in Overstreet two
weeks ago by deputies of the
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment.
'. Survivors include two bro-
thers, George of Brisbane,,
Australia and Roy of Nerang,
Queensland and a sister, Mrs.
E. M. Kenny of Sidney, Aus-
A tralia.
The services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home of Port St. Joe.

Edna Freeman-
Hughes
Mrs. Edna Freeman Hugh-
es, 63, a resident of Wewa-
hitchka for the past 50 years,
passed away Friday evening
in Weems Memorial Hospital,
Apalachicola, after a brief
illness,
Survivors include here hus-
band, S. L. Hughes; a son,
Bubba Hughes, both of Wewa-
hitchka; two daughters, Mrs.
Jeter Lester of Wewahitchka
and Mrs. Ginger Roberts. of
Kinard; 10 grandchildren; her
mother, Mrs. Annie Barber of
Wewahitchka; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Nellie Smith and
Mrs. Fredna Price, both of
Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were held
'at 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church, conducted by the Rev.
Claude E. McGill, pastor, as-
sisted by the Rev. Davis
-Ramsey. Interment followed
in the family plot of Jehu
Cemetery, Wewahitchka.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home of Port St. Joe.


)-AID.

One
L A/e


-Heard a request from
HRS asking the County to
participate in providing more
adequate quarters for district
coroner, Dr. Ralph A. Mona-
co. The County's share would
be $5,383.00.
-Agreed to offer the HRS
welfare offices the use of 1,500
feet in the old Courthouse in
Wewahitchka for $5.00 per
square foot, with the HRS
paying their own electric bill
which has been estimated at
an average of $144.55 per
month.
-Accepted a ditch ease-
ment from Mrs. Sparky Raf-
field near Overstreet, but
turned down a borrow pit
easement in the middle of the
ditch. The Commission also
turned down a borrow pit
easement made by Glenn
Daniells.
-Instructed Jerry Gates to
apply for a grant of $100,000 to
repair substandard housing in
the Williamsburg Subdivision
near Wewahitchka at the in-
sistence of Housing and Urban
Development. The County had
asked for a Block Grant of
$197,000 to pave the roads in
the area, but HUD had said
the county would have a better
chance of getting their origin-
al request if they would also
add the second request.
-Accepted, a bid of $498.81
from St. Joe Auto Parts to
furnish the Mosquito Control
District with a self-propelled
lawn mower.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. APRIL 27. 1978


News...

From the High School

By WOODY JONES


The Wheelettes made a trip
to Six Flags Over Georgia last
'weekend. During their stay,
they saw the Ohio Players in
concert and rode some of the
rides in the amusement park.
The trip was paid for with the
proceeds from candy and bake
sales held earlier this year.
The Keyettes elected new
officers during their regular
weekly meeting Wednesday.
Teresa Nichols was elected
President, Cindy Murphy,
Vice President; Lynn Besore,
Treasurer; Paula Tankersley,
'Secretary and Simona Wil-
iams, Parliamentarian.
These new officers will take
over before the end of this
school year.


The Senior Cheerleaders
have been holding cheerlead-
ing practice for all girls
wanting to try out. Tryouts
will be held on May 8.
This week is Sadie Hawkins
Weeks, sponsored by the Stu-
dent Council. The schedule for
the week is :
Monday: Sadie Hawkins
sale. Guys, buy a girl for 50
cents, she becomes his slave
for a day.


Tacky Day.
Friday: Girls' turn to buy
guys a flower and ask them to
the Sadie Hawkins dance to be
held Friday night at 8:00 in the
Commons Area. The band will


PAGE THREE


be the St. Joe Singers.

Next week, I'll fill you in on
what happens at the National
Honor Society State Convei-
tion in Winter Haven. -


Tuesday:. 50 Cents Day.
Dress up like. th6 people on
Happy Days.,
Wednesday: Bqys are sup-
posed'to buy the girls a daisy,.
Thursday: Day for teachers
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Welcome Friends
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................9:45A.M.
WORSHIPSERVICES..... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

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r PAGE FOUR THE STAR,


Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978


Miss JoBeth Hammock,


Bertalan Darazs Are Wed

Miis JoBeth Hammock and
Mr. Bertalan Andres Darazs
were united in marriage on
Monday, the twentieth of
March, at the Fair Oaks
Methodist Church in Marietta,
Georgia.
S.The bride is the daughter of
-Mrs. Felder A. Miller, Jr. of
Birmingham, Alabama, and
Ni. Jack E. Hammock of Port
St. Joe. She is the grand-
.daughter of Mrs. Lutrell Hi-
note of DeFuniak Springs, and
Mrs. Jessie Mae Shirley of
Port St. Joe.
The groom is the son of
Doctor and Mrs. Bertalan
A. Darazs of New York City,
New York.
Bert and JoBeth will make
their home in Marietta, Ga.,
where he is key account ,
manager for the Revlon Cor-
pr ation.

Slimnastics

Schedule

In Error
D)ue to an error on the part
of the Recreation Department,
the schedule of classes for the
new slimnastics session was in i"
error in last week's paper.
.The time for the morning
classes which meet Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, is
nbhe a.m. to 10 a.m. Evening
csies'are scheduled from
500 to 6:30 on Mondays and .
Tuesdays and from 6:30 to
7.0 on Thursdays. Mr. and Mrs. Bertalan Andres Darazs


Port St. Joe High Releases.


Honor Roll Students


Names of
Kenneth Herring, Principal,
Pbrt St. Joe High School, has
released the names of stu-
dents who were named to the
honor roll for the fourth six
weeks period.
S ALL A's
Seventh grade: Benja
Brown, Stewart Edwards,
KAylen Biggins,-Michael Ma--
loe. and Patrick Howard.
Eighth grade: Jan Clenney,
Danny McDermott, Melinda
McArdle, Elizabeth Ward and
Jannine Pierce.
Ninth grade: Laura Collins-
worth, Elaine F. Isaacks, Ste-
v4n W. Hughes, Debbie Pat-
terson, Donna Patterson, Dina
Pirker and Lisa Ray.
Tenth grade: Geanise Os-
burn; eleventh grade: Tracie
Norwood.
S Twelfth grade: Diane Free-
man, Becky Dunigan, Cassan-
dra Dixon, Rhonda Heath,
Iaren Gray, Alice Goff, Gary
SMingei, Mano Whitehead and
Deanna Taylor.
ALL A's and B's
Seventh grade: Jim Brown,
Billy Dunigan, David Bar-
field, Donna Dupree, Mike
SBouington, Jay Lynn, Holly
SGraham, Lori Gregg, Cynthia
Rogers, Lori Ray, Marty Neel,
Towan Peters, Cynthia Miller,
SNancy Wright and Charles
Wood.
: Eighth grade: Ernie Bryan,
Vickie Barnhill, Kip Alstaet-,
ter, Shannon Greek, Joey
SHewett, Ellen Henderson, Ann
SHodges, Cris Hicks, Curtis
Gilbert, Brent Moore, Pat-
rick May, Lori McClain, Greg
Wood, Cynthia Sullivan.
S Michelle Ullmen, Gaynel Step-
S hens, Mark Wester, Margie
SSchoelles, Patty Raiford,
SRithie Plair, Greg Pierce,
C, c esia Phillipos, Freddie
Nobles.
INinth.grade: Donna Bailey,
Cistine Batson, Leslie Cos-
tii, Debbie Dunigan, Teresa
'. Cox, Janet Chavous, Tammy
: Bttts, Linda A. Jackson, Don-
nie McArdle, Francis Le-
SHardy, Vicky Sapp, Mark
Piiwell, Beth Pollock, Stacy
Thlarpe, Tiffany Swatts, Todd
Wilder, Lee Ann Treace, Ben-
ji White Eagle, Peggy Wright
and Pam Williams.

: CARD OF THANKS 4
1 wish to thank God and the
Volunteer Ambulance Service
of Gulf County for their fast
atd efficient service in trans-
pdrting me from here to
Panama City Bay Memorial
Medical Center recently.
A special thanks to Mr. C. L.
"Cat" Sylvester for keeping
check of my vital signs until
the ambulance arrived.
S hank you also for your
prayers, the many beautiful
cards, flowers and other deeds
of-love.
Mrs. Mabel Leslie


Tenth grade: Pamela
Coriey, Eric Clenney, Andi
Bush, Diane Graham, Rebec-
ca Glass, Phyllis Cumbie,
Ronald Minger, Dusty May,
Gregg Layfield, Lisa Larra-
more, Bernie Wester, Mark
Watts, Tom Wright, Cindy
Wingate, Sherrie Raffield,
Sheila Scott, E velyn Sweet,
Steve Sullivan, Robert "Kent"
Smith, Gwendlyn Silvia and
Jerry Shores.
Eleventh grade: Barnie
Amerson, Phoebe Barlow,
Bevqrly Bolden, Phil Collier,
Karen Collinsworth, Lynn
Dunigan, Matt Groom,
Yvonne Guilford, Caron Lynn,
Clarence Layfield, Bob Lange,
Woody Jones, Rodney Her-
ring, Teresa Nichols, Sandra
Martin and Connie Williams.
Twelfth grade: Teresa Fort-
ner, Gregg' Chason, Mike
Boatwright, Audrey King,
Tinker Jolley, Suzanne Ham-
mock, Harlan Haddock, Cindy


Glass, Julane McFarland,
Linda Lynch, Karen Little,
Steve Osborne, Brenda Rush--
ing, Keith'Neel, Jerry Nor-
wood, Danny Peak, Gary
White, Marla Taylor, Teresa
Sweet and Deborah Stutzman.


Middlemas Speaks


On Conservation


John Robert Middlemas was
guest speaker on Conservation
for the April 19 meeting of St.
Joseph Bay Chapter DAR at
the Garden Center. He was
introduced by the program
chairman, Mrs. Tom Owens.
Mr. Middlemas was born
and has lived in Panama City
all of his life. He is a graduate
of Emory University, served
in the state legislature from
1966-1970 and was on the state
Pollution Control Commission
from 1971-1977. Last year the
Tropical Park Audubon So-
ciety of Miami named him
"Conservationist of the
Year." He is engaged in the
insurance and real estate
business in Panama City.
Conservation in Florida was
the emphasis of Mr. Middle-
mas' informative andinterest-
ing talk. He stated that
Florida's concern for- conser-
vation really began in the
1960's; that the state's air and
water has improved since then
and continues to improve as
industry conquers its pollution
problems. He told the
members that St. Joseph Bay
,is one of the purest bays in the
state.
Private ownership of the
river banks, wetlands and
marshes, lakeside and
coastal property- all vital to
our environment- presents
problems for bur future, Mr.
Middlemas believes. The con-
flict between the deeply in-
grained idea that property,
owners can do What they want
with their own land, as op-
posed to what is best for all,
must be resolved. He cited the.
*attitude of the English pro-
perty owner who views him-
self As a trustee of his pro-
perty, to use and pass on in
better condition than he found
it. America could use some of
this attitude.
Thanking Mr. Middlemas,
Mrs. Owens presented him a
Flag of the United States of
America, a gift from the
chapter ,
Mrs. Middlemas accom-
panied her husband and was a
guest of the chapter. Mrs.
Ralph Nance was a guest of
the -Regent, Mrs. Paul Fen-


som. Mrs. Ida Maude Mar-
shall of Apalachicola was
welcomed as a new member.
Mrs. Noble Stone gave the
National Defense report on
"Soviet Threats in Space".
She discussed Soviet spy satel-
lites, such as the one that
accidentally re-entered the
earth's atmosphere over
Canada and the hunter-killer
satellite that can destroy a
target after one revolution
around the earth which takes
less than two hours. In the
past five years -the Soviets
have launched 325 satellites,
presumed to be for military
purposes, to our 48.
In other business, officers
were elected for the next two
year term beginning in May.
These will be announced later
and installed at the May
meeting.
Mrs. Fensom, on behalf of
the chapter, thanked the
Garden Club for the privilege
of meeting at the Garden
Center and for providing the
lovely luncheons enhanced by
seasonal floral arrangements
this year.


Mission Group

Hears Cramer
Mission Group III met in the
home of Mrs. Purvis Howell
April 18. Mrs. Rena Huie
gave an inspiring devotional,
and then turned the program
Over to Fredrick M. Cramer.
Mr. Cramer is the meteor-
ologist in charge of the
National Weather Service at -
Apalachicola.
After refreshments were
served, Betty Herring con-
ducted the business session for
'the evening. She dismissed the
group with prayer.


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SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 9:45A.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 27. 1978


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~ Janet King presents the winner's cup and a dozen roses to Margie Ely, winner of the tour


Ladies'


Golf


Tourney


Winners
The Ladies' Golf Associa-
tion of St. Joseph's Bay Coun-
try Club held their Spring
Tournament last Wednesday
and Thursday, April 19-20.
Margie Ely won the Western
Auto cup with a low gross of
179. Runners-up were: second,
Faye Cox with 180, and third,
Fulla Draper with a 182.
Winners in the first flight
were: Dorthy Hannon, first;
Francis Chafin, second and
Dot Wimberly, third. Second
flight winners were: Patti
Miller, first;, Myrle Belin,
second and Jean Atchison,
third. Francis Chafin took the
*ney low putts.


Left to right: Jean Atchison, Myrle Belin, Dot Wimberly,
Dorothy Hannon, Margie Ely, Faye Cox and Frances


Have Birthdays


Has Fourth

Miranda Maxirie Sloan cele-
brated her fourth birthday
April 11th with a party at the
home of her grandparents.
Miranda is the youngest
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Leslie of Port St.
Joe, and the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joel Sloan of Balti-
more, Md. Mrs. Sloan is the
Leslie's youngest daughter.


SIs Now One

Teresa Evensen, daughter
of Mr.. and Mrs. Bruce D.
Evensen of Ward Ridge cele-
brated her first birthday April
13 with a party.
In attendance were her
brother Dale, Debbie and Paul
Beasley, Rachel, Andrea and
Christie McCulley.
Teresa's grandparents are
i i Mrs. Faye Goodman of White
SCity and Mr. and Mrs. Al H.
axine Sloan Evensen of St. Petersburg.


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Members of the Zion Fair
Baptist Church will be par-
ticipating in a special pro-
gram, "Young People for
Christ", this Sunday, April 30,
' at 4:00 p.m
Special guests for the pro-
gram will be Rev. H, S, Cov-
ington of Macedonia Baptist


Zion Fair
Church in Panama City, and
Sister Beulah M. Braton of
The Sanctuary and Gospel
Choir.
Director of the program will
be Gloria Best, supervised by
Abraham Evans. Shirley
Thomas is chairman of the
program.


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Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth St.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978


Sharks Stretch Win Streak




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Basketball Awards Banquet Held


Port St. Joe High's Shark basketball teams, both boys
and girls, were entertained with a banquet in the Commons
Area of the school last Saturday night. During the evening,
i. the athletes enjoyed a fine meal and an inspiring address by
:Principal Ken Herring.
Awards were passed out during the evening by coaches
William Lane, Mike Herring and Rick Williams. Entertain-
ment for the teams and their guests was provided.by the St.


Church Hosting

Special Service

SThe Church of God in Christ
on 163 Avenue D, will host the
Fifth Sunday Meeting of the
Gulf Coast District Churches
S, f God in Christ this' Sunday.
This Sunday services will
* include Sunday School at 10:00
a.m., followed by morning
I. worship, missionary service
i. and Young People Willing
Workers activities. The morn-
ing worship will feature a
sermon by the Gulf Coast Dist.
Superintendent, Elder R. L..
:McLeod of Panama City.
Elder ptis Stallworth, pas-
"tor, and his congregation ex-
tend a cordial welcome to
everyone. ,


Public"

SNotices M
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ES'
In accordance with Section 129.06 (d), con
Florida Statutes, 1977, Notice is hereby finr
given that the Board of County Conm-
missloners of Gulf County, Florida, has
adopted a tentative supplemental budget
for the Anti-Recession Fiscal Assistance
Fund for the fiscal year beginning Octo-
'ber 1, 1977, and ending September 30,
1978; that said Board will be in session
on Tuesday, May 9, 1978, at 9:00 a.m.,
A-C No. Title
REVENUE
1194 Anti-Recession Fiscal
Assistance
Total Estimated Receipts
Less 5 percent
95 percent of Estimated Receipts
Total Estimated Receipts
EXPENDITURES:
2101:107 Workmen's Compensation
'' 2101:334 Property Appraiser's
Commission
4102:203 Materials for Maintenance-
Road Dept.
S.-' Total Appropriations
No Millage Increase Required
: NOTICEOF SHERIFF'S SALE shal
Notice Is hereby given toat on the 3rd the
day of April, 1978, pursuant to a Writ of' clai
Execution issued In the Circuit Court of of t
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Flor- Cler
I :. ; da, In and for Gulf County, Case No. Rep
77-55Inthecauseof William H.Carr, Jr., A
d-b-a. Carr's Auto Sales, Plaintiff, vs. who
Walter Johnson, Defendant, I, Ken stra
Murphy, Sheriff Of Gulf County, have WI
levied upon the property of the defen-' DA"
dant, to-wit: OF
S 1973Oldsmobile,4door, their
S No. 3N39H3E166502. vali
On the 22nd'day of May, 1978, at two qua
o'clock In the afternoononon the steps of sent
the Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. the
Joe, Florida, I will offer for sale said A
property for cash to the highest bidder, JE(
subject to all prior liens, if any, to satisfy FOI
said Writ of Execution.' P
",. Dat
-. KEN MURPHY, Sheriff Not
Gulf County, Florida 4 4-27
____--- -S-
Per
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR- L., I
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR R
GULF COUNTY. Alto
Case No. 78-11 303
IN PROBATE Po
IN RE: The Estate of -s-
L. L. COPENHAVER, JR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION -
STO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the admin-
Istration of the Estate of L. L. Copen-
.haver, Jr., deceased, File Number 78-11,
is pending In the Circuit Court for Gulf
-County, Florida, Probate Division, the
'address of which Is Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida. The Person-
al Representative of the Estate Is IDA
WOLFF COPENHAVER, whose address
is 1904 Monument Avenue, Port St. Joe,
-Florida 32456. The name and address of
-the Personal Representative's Attorney
are set forth below,
All persons having claimsor demands
against the Estate are required, WITH-
_IN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
..DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
-Indicate the basis for the claim, the
"name and address of the creditor or his
agentor attorney and the amount claim
ed. If theclailm Is not yet due, the date
when it will become due shall be stated.
If the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncertainty


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Girl's basketball superlatives were pre-
onted by Coach Rick Williams, -right, to
:ary Dell Adkison, who received the sports-


T, for the purpose of hearing public
iments as to said budget and for its
al adoption, to-wit: '
ANTI-RECESSION FISCAL
ASSISTANCE FUND
SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND
EXPENDITURES
FOR FISCALYEAR BEGINNING
OCTOBER 1,1977 AND ENDING
SEPTEMBER 30,1978
Original Supplemental
Budget Budget-


0 $S6,311.61.
0 $66,311.61
0 3,315.58
0 62,996.03
0' $62,996.03
0 $18,671.00
0 25,132.29


0 19,192.74
S 0 $62,996.03,

II be stated. If the claim is secured,
security shall be described. The
mant shall deliver sufficient copies
he claim to the Clerk to enable the
rk to mall one copy to the Personal
iresentative.
II persons interested in the Estate to
im a copy of this notice of admini-
ition has been mailed are required
THIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
TE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
THIS NOTICE, to file any objection
y may have that challenges the
dity of the Decedent's Will, the
lifications of the Personal Repre-
tative or the venue or iurlsdiction of
Court.
LL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
CTIONS NOT SO FILED WITH BE
EVER BARRED.
publication of this Notice has begun.
e of the first publication of this
ice of Administration, April 27, 1978.
Ida Wolff Copenhaver,
sonal Representative of the Estate of
-. Copenhaver, Jr.
h & Witten, P.A.
orneys for Personal Representative
4th Street
t St. Joe, Florida 32456
Fred N. Witten
414-27 214-27


Joe Singers.
SIn the photograph shown above are those who received
awards during the evening for the boys team. They are, left
to right: Cleveland Riley,'best rebounder; Chip Pollock, best
foul shooter; Terry Larry, most enthusiastic; Chuck Pollock,
most improved; Robert Thomas, most valuable player and
Coach William Lane.


manship award and Dianna Sealey, who was
voted the most valuable player., .
-Star photos


CF Campaign

Bike-A-Thon
The Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-
Thon will be held this Satur-
day, April 29. All bikers are to
meet at the Port St. Joe High
School at 8:30 a.m. The bike
route travels from the high-
school to T. H. Stone Memorial
Park at the point.
Sponsor sheets may be pick-
ed up at the high school or
downtown Port St. Joe. Vol-
unteers with CB's and trucks
are needed to help supervise
the, course.
For further information, or
if' you wish to volunteer,
'please call Patti Groos at 229-
6649.


Shorthand

Begins May 2
Shorthand classes will begin
May 2, in the high school,
under the direction of the Gulf
County Recreation Depart-
ment. Instructor for the
course will be Mrs.'Sharon
Watson. There will be a $10.00
per month fee for this course.
The classes ill begin at
7:00 p.m., and their duration
will be determined by the in-
structor's and students' re-
quirements being fulfilled.
Cost of the shorthand book will
be $5.00.
For more information, call
229-6119, or come liy the Re-
creation Office, upstairs in.
City Hall.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00A.M.
CHURCHTRAINING ................. 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................ 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday).... 7:00 P.M.


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


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The Port St. Joe Sharks
have won 10 of their last 11
games to extend their record
to 15-6 thus far in the season.

The Sharks only loss in the
11-game span was to the
Florida High Demons last
Tuesday in Tallahassee, in a
one run loss, 4-3. Senior Har-
lan Haddock had a good outing
but the Sharks committed nine
errors and allowed the De-
mons four un-earned runs.
Greg Chason and Duane
McFarland got the Sharks
only two hits.
The Sharks hosted the Apa-
lachicola Sharks and quickly
did away with the visitors in
five innings, 12-2. David Fow-
ler and Steve Peak combined
to toss a three-hitter. Greg
Chason and Blane Cox led the
11-hit attack with: two hits
each.
The Sharks travelled to
Wakulla Saturday to play the
War Eagles in a conference
game. The Sharks ran upt a
10-0 lead through five innings,
but the War Eagles pushed
across six runs in the last
three innings to make the final
score 10-6.
Duane McFarland got credit
for the win. McFarland led the
nine hit attack with two hits.
Tuesday the Sharks enter-
tained the Marianna Bulldogs
in a twi-night double-header at
Shark. Stadium.
In the final game, the
Sharks jumped on the visitors
for three runs, which was'all
pitcher Haddock needed as he
completely hand-cuffed the
Bulldogs on four hits. The
Sharks had eight hits with.
Greg Chason and Wade Stout-
amire getting two each.
In the night-cap, Craig Wei-
"morts started on the mound,
and was relieved by sopho-
more Steve Peak in the third.
Peak was impressive in pick-
ing up his first win of the
season.
,Greg Chason, HarlanHad-
dock and Steve" Peak' elh'had
two hits.


During the coming week,
the Sharks will host Gulf


Breeze this afternoon at 1:00 hoochee here Saturday at 7:00
p.m., and will have Chatta- p.m.


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; Harlen Haddock safe at home.


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Chason misses tag at second.


B
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Steve Peak winds up his fast
ball.

-Star Photos


Band Boosters Sponsor


Softball Play, Fish Fry

The first Port St. Joe Band games to follow. Game time and crafts sale, plant sale,
boosters' Softball Tourna- Saturday will be 8:00 a.m., bake sale, rummage sale, and'
lent will be held this week- with continuous ball until the band performances at 2:30:
nd. Eight teams will be parti- final game at 9:00 p.m. and 4:30.


cipating in the tourney. The
teams are: Renfro's, Florida
National Bank, Karate Black
Belt of Panama City, Wakulla
Merchants, Pendleton's
76'ers, Apalachicola Reds, D.
W. Wilson's Seafood and Raf-
field's.
The first game .will be Fri-
day night at 7:00, with two


Gene Raffield and Billy Bar-
low are chairmen of the tour-
ney.
FISH FRY
There will also be a fish fry
at the Centennial Building
frgm ,42, tp.i p,m.. Satrd.ay.
TiFcks..are $2.00 per plate.
Also featured will be arts


The concession stand at the:
softball field will be open at all
times during the tourney.
The Band Boosters ask for;
your support in this project.:
Proceeds will help pay for uni-
forms and for travel to the:
State. Ban,,Contest mTalla-
hassee. .


You can do more


to prevent blackouts


this summer than


we


Odds are, your electric bill won't be the only thing
making you hot under the collar this summer.
We may not be allowed to use several of our .
largest, most efficient power plants and that could
mean blackouts.
We don't like to give you news like this. Our job
is to keep the lights'on. The problem is, govern-
mental agencies may not allow ..-
us to do our job. .

Our hand

aretied.
We'need power plants to supply .
electricity It's that simple. But
the fact is, we could be forced h ..&,
to operate without several of
our key plants during the months
you 'need the most electricity
Our Crystal River nuclear plant is out of service
for repair Some politicians have called it a lemon,
but it has already saved our customers millions of
dollars. Nuclear plants produce the cheapest
electricity available today but like any piece of
.machinery, problems are inevitable. Repairs at
this plant will take a number of months, making our
other plants even more important. But, we may not
be allowed to use four of them!
One of these plants, our Anclote #1 near
Tarpon Springs, is one of the more efficient plants
in the nation. The more it runs, the less you pay
for electricity
*Operation of this plant and its brand new twin,
Anclote #2, is under attack by governmental
agencies as to operating permit conditions.
Neither unit can run without these permits.
Why? Because these agencies claim that the
operation of unit #1 has caused significant damage
to fish and wildlife. Local fishermen will tell you it's
a great fishing spot. Fish, scallops and sea


grasses are thriving. And our2300 page
environmental study shows no significant damage.
Yet the federal government, with no studies to
contradict this, may shut the plant down anyway
Two other plants Crystal River #1 and #2 -
are jeopardized by government regulations.
Forcing them out of service during the hottest
months of the year simply
Doesn't make sense.
What this all adds up to is
I a critical shortage when you
Need the most electricity
Even now, to meet your needs,
we are forced to run our small
peaking plants, the most
"expensive way to produce
electricity The result:higher
electric bills.
But without the use of our large, efficient plants,
even these peaking plants won't be enough to
avoid blackouts!

Yours aren't.
The summer energy situation is pretty much in
your hands you can make the difference in
keeping your lights on and help keep the increase
in your electric bills as low as possible. Here's
what you can do:

1. Keep your air conditioning thermostat at the
highest comfortable setting, preferably 780 to 80P
2. Make sure your air conditioner is functioning
properly -Air filters should be cleaned or
replaced regularly
3. Set your hot water heater at 120.
4. Be sure doors and windows are properly
weatherstripped.
5. Be conscious and cautious of all uses
of electricity
Thank you.


Florida Power Corporation


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 197R PAGE SEVEN


I REAL SATEFRSL


/ 26,000 air cond. home with 3
i" 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

3 BR home for sale, deep
well & city water, facing bay.
S $12,M's. $4,000 down, terms;
'7634862. 4tc 4-20

4 lots in Highland VieW, on
8th St. For information, call
Magdalene Stewart Wewa
.'639-5614. 4tc 4-20
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. 33950. 813-
639-0505. 4tp 4-13

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


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

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. tp 4-27

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

3 bedroom house with nice
family room, chain link fence
around back yard, garden
space. 508 9th Street. 229-6082
or 643-5138. tfc 11-24
Three bedroom masonry
house at 105 Bellamy Circle.
Call 227-1607 after 5:00 p.m.
tfc 10-13


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

Rish's Subdivision, Wewa, 3
BR, 1; 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,
$5,000 firm. 648-5332.
tfc 12-15

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


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E.

PORT ST. JOE
New Listing-2 story older
frame home, 2 separate
Apartments. 3 bdrms up; 2
bdrms, screen porch down.
Separate^stairway front &
back. 708 Long Ave. $15,000.

Swimming pool, 4 bedroom,
2 baths, den living rm,
"i~d~iri rm, arif,' custdip
drapes, 2,240 sq. ft. Chain
link fence. Cen. h&a. 304
12th St. A real bargain.

New 3 bdrm home in Ward
Ridge on Monica Drive, car-
peted and vinyl, cent. H-AC,
Double garage and utility
room.

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

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.
3 bdrm, 1 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 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.

3 bdrm, 2 bath house on
Long Ave. New owners leav-
ing area. Comfortable
masonry constr., central H-
AC, chain link fence, stor-
age unit in back yard.

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.
Priced right.

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

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


HIGHLAND VIEW

Bay lot and fire-damaged
dwelling at reduced price.
$7,500.


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

3 bdrm brick home, nearly
new, in excel. cond. On 2 lots
totalling 150' x 150'. A per-
manent hbrmeto be proud of.
Corner of Georgia and Mag-
ellan, St. Joe Beach.

Almost new stilt-house on
75' x 100' lot overlooking
Gulf. 2 bdrms, bath, big kit-
chen.

Mobile home on nice lot
block from U.S. 98 20th St.,
Mexico Beach. $18,000.

Large 60x15' screen porch.
added to comfortable mo-
bile home on excel. lot.
Santa Anna & Alabama, St.
Joe Beach. $20,000.

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

Retirement or permanent
homlWftlhilt 3frm 154
bathl2 2f s frnabeach
on te ,olM IbMst 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 JIthhain fence
aromi ~iaWiqrrailer
with ded room, $11,500.

Furnished trailer and lot,
$9,500.

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

FISHING AREAS
3bdrm., I 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.


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

Almost new brick home-
13 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.

DALKEITH

Country living at its best.
1- 'acres with 3 bdrm, 1
bath, living rm, den, screen-
ed porch. Cen. h-ac and
carpeted.


WHITE CITY

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


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.

ACREAGE
31/ A. in Overstteet. Dbl-
wide mobile home. 4 bdrms,
2 baths, large den, built-in
bar. Excellent condition.
Price reduced.


COMMERCIAL
For Sale or Lease-Excel-
lent store location. 222 Reid
Ave. $30,000. Rent or lease
negotiable.


Edon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate

648-5011

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


Package Deeal: lined oak
modern dining table, 6 chairs,
pads and table cloth. Clean
and in good cond. 227-1332.
ltp 4-27

YARD SALE: Saturday and
Sunday, from 9 til. 730 1st St.,
Port St. Joe.

18/' Seabreeze boat, 105
h.p. Chrysler engine. Excel-
lent cond. Less than 60 total
hours, new heavy duty gal-
vanized trailer & other items.
Price $1,875 firm. Phone G. H.
Wimberly 227-1739 after 5 p.m.'
4tc 4-27

72" long outdoor metal win-
dow shade, bonded baked on
white enamel permanent fin-
ish. New, these sell for $75.
This one, like new can be
yours for $25. Ideal for south
or west exposure. 1505 Monu-
ment Ave. come to carport
house door. ltp 4-27

Custom-built mobile home,
12 x 65', 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
completely carpeted. House-
type furniture, cent. heat &
air. Also house type windows
and doors. Locatedon the Gulf
229-8456. tfc 4-27

18' fiber glass boat. Can be
seen at 1105 Garrison, $900.
See Pauline at Pauline's Rest-
aurant.
tfc 4-27

Reduced safe & fast with
GoBese Tablets & E-Vap
"water pills". Campbell's
Drug. 8tp 4-20

Free to Good Home: 2
grown male cats and 4 kittens.
Mqter is Siamese. 229-6773.


Any Type Lawn Work
I'll do it right
whether large or small!
Call Now!
Tommy Simmons 229-8404
Free Estimates
4tp4-27

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


ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
.506 First Street
Phone229-6803
Machinist on duty all day
every day


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


MISC. FOR AL


15 h.p. Evinrude. 229-6922
after 5:30 p.m. tfc 4-20

22'x44' mobile home, 3 bdrm
$7,500. '229-6990 after 4 p.m.
tfc 4-20

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

Custom draperies, bed-
spreads and show shades.
Many'fabrics to choose from,
25 percent discount thru May
15. Call Louise Varnum, Apa-
lachicola, 653-8056.
6tc4-6

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

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


Carpentry Work Do
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
S Phone 229-8757


WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumb
Repairs'

Houses or Any Buildi
229-8715 tl


Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy 98 W. 227-1763
tfc8-5
REPAIRS
Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe tfc 7-22

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

Also
Offering:
52tp 7-14 T Eo "


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

CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto. tfc 3-4

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


Big Sale

Rustic Sands

Campgrounds
Mexico Beach

Sat., April 29
All Day
BUSH HOGGER, SCOOP,
BLADE, POST HOLE DIG-
GER, ALL FOR TRACTOR.
FURNITURE, CLOTHES,
MAGNAVOX HI-FI, SHELL
LOADER, SCREEN HOUSE
& MISCELLANEOUS.
Call 648-9933
or 648-5991


Visit
MING'S GREENHOUSE
St. Joe Beach
For the best assortment of
flowering and foliage plants,
cacti, ferns, succulents and
bedding plants.
648-5213 tfc 4-13


ne Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
tfc 2-2 227-2691. (24 hr.)


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


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
8tp3-23


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


HRa oer Have Lo Oe T v r
Going Fishing? r skills bugs for

Stop here first to x mont
for a complete and sovesyou bout $100 yearly
li o For Cable TV in costly 'est".
Use of Sprayer free with
Fishing TaCkle nstolln In Port St. Joe purchase of Rid-A-Bug
Hurlbt SupplyPhone 229-7232 HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
rlbt Spply Or Viit the Telephone Company 306 Reid Avenue
306 Reid Ave. Business office Port St. Joe Flida


ngs
fe 2-2


32456.
The Gulf County Gu
Clinic is an Equal Opp
ity Employer.


-troIle,


1967 Falcon in good
tion. Needs minor world
after 5 p.m. 229-8194.

1976 Chevrolet Luv pi
step-side, 4 spd., excel.
648-5037.

1976 Dodge Colt, a
radio, $2,700. Call 227-1


1977 'Cougar XR7, air
am-fm, 8-track, vinyl
excellent cond. Call
IGA, 227-1564.

1976 Chevy van, am-f
ps, Carpeting thru-out.
Call 229-8043 or 229-612!






R.A.M.-Regular co
tion of St. Joseph Chapt
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd
days, 8 p.m. All visiting
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland

There will be a regular
mumcation of -t 9
Lodge No. 111i, .
every first and third Th
at 8:00 p.m.
J. J. PIPPIN,-W.M.
F. E. Brogdon, Sec.


NOTICE
dance Absentee Ballots for the
portun- Regular Election to be held
May 9, 1978, may be applied
2t 4-27 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-
tion until 5 days before the
Election, (15 days) April 19,
1978, until 5:00 P.M., E.D.T.,
May 3, 1978. If there is a Run-
condi- Off Election, Absentee Ballots
k. Call may be applied for from May
tfc4-27 10, 1978, until 5:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., May 17, 1978. Com-
pleted Absentee Ballots must
ck-up, be in the City Clerk's Office by
cond. 5:00P.M., E.D.T., May3,1978,
2tc 4-27 for the Regular Election and
by 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 17,
im-fm 1978, if there is a Run-Off
360. Election.
ltp 4-27 -s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk
cod., 4t 4-13
cond.,
I roof, NOTICE OF REGULAR
Rich's MUNICIPAL ELECTION
tfc 4-13 Notice is hereby given that
the first primary of the elec-
m, ac, tion of the following will be
$4,600. held at the City Hall Fire
. Station in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, on Tuesday, May
4tc4-6 9, 1978: One Commissioner
GrouD Three (III) and One
Commissioner Group Four
(IV). The Polls will be open at
S:00 A.M. and will close at 7:00
P.M., E.D.T. When there are
more than two candidates for
nvoca- any -'e office and neither
er No. shall receive a majority of the
I Mon- total votes cast for such office,
then another election shall be
g com- held two weeks from the date
of the first election, or May 23,
1978, V' --hich time the two
d, Sec. canosua.- receiving the larg-
est number of votes in the
former election shall be voted
r com- on again.
t. J -s- Michael J. Wright,
A.M., City Auditor and Clerk
ursday 4t4-13

Say You Saw
It In The Star


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For Rent: New 2 BR mobile
home, completely carpeted
and furnished. 229-8456. tfc 4-27

3 bedroom furnished house
for rent at 528 7th St. 648-
5873. Itc 4-27

One or two bedroom unfur-
nished apartments. Call 229-
6816. 4tc 4-27

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

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

Why live in the crowded
city? Move your mobile home
to peace, quiet and tran-
quility. Water, garbage collec-
tions, yard mowed, live lei-
surely. Gulf privileges. Only
VA approved mobile home
park in Gulf County. Ski
Breeze Meadows Trailer Park
9 miles southeast of Port St.
Joe on Hwy. S-30. Come out
and enjoy the quiet. Call 229-
6105. tfc9-29

DRY cleaning carpets is
easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 227-1251.
tfc 10-23

One bedroom house for rent.
227-1549. tfc 4-20




Help Wanted: apply in per-
son, no phone calls please. 266
Water Street, Apalachicola,
Intracoastal Marine Supply.
tfc 4-20
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
is accepting applications for a
temporary (approximately 1
month) Secretary. Applicants
should possess a high school
diploma and be able to type at
least 45 wpm. Prior experi-
ence desirable. Salary is $2.80
per hour. Application deadline
is May 10, 1978.
Apply: Gulf County Guid-
ance Clinic, Inc., 311 Williams
AVP Port St. Joe. Florida


SERVICES


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







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




$250.00 per week for mailing
commission circulars at home
possible. Immediate income.
No experience required. For
guaranteed details, send $1.00
and a stamped, self-address-
ed envelope to:
BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
P.O. Box 455
Ruston, Louisiana 71270
3tp 4-27

THE AMERICAN DREAM
Own Your Own Business
(Open Within 3 Weeks)
Own your own fully stocked
Jean or Ladies Fashion Shop.
Everything provided. Your
cost $17,900. Call collect Mr.
Weeks, 904-764-7612.
Itp 4-27



Public

Notices
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
extent of the interest of each, is as.
follows: H. T. West, 100 percent.
.s- H. T.West 4t 4-6


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PAGE EIGHT


Pr section
For over 5,000 years, RX has sym.
bolized man's weapons against
disease. The ancient-Egyptiaih
used the magic eye of Horus
God of Day, as a charm to guard
them against ills and suffering.
S enturits later, the eye reap-
peared in a form similar to our
"4" and evolved gradually into
Sits present RX. But your d9c or
;doesn't depend on Horus or
Jupiteri.. he relies on your Rexall
Pharmacist and the improved
.drug products your pharmacist
stock. You, too, can rely on
Rexall brand products.

YOUR
& _. PHARMACY

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


Gospel

Sing at

I:White City,
SThere will be a Gospel Sing
.and Weekend Revival at the
White City Assembly of God
S Church this weekend, April 28,
29, and 30th.
S The Friday night Sing will
feature the Gail Walker Sing-
-ers. Saturday and Sunday
"night Sam Spence and The
Spen-Taytions will be mini-
:.,stering and singing.
S Services will begin at 7:30
Friday and Saturday nights,
zand 6:00 p:m. on Sunday.
The pastor, Rev. Bobby
: Taylor, invites everyone to
: attend these special services.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978


Long Avenue Baptist Leads Church


League Standings; Dixie Schedule


CHURCH LEAGUE
In action on Monday night of
this week in the Church Soft-
ball League, Long Avenue
Baptist was on the winning
t.'d of both of their games, one


against Oak Grove Assembly
of God and the other, First
United Methodist. The Beach
Baptist Chapel suffered a loss
at the hands of First Baptist.
Game schedule for May 1


Workshop Set


to Stimulate


Volunteerism


Knowing that the spirit of
volunteerism is one of the
philosophies upon which this
nation was founded, and the
significant impact that citizen
volunteers now have on the
welfare of this State, Gover-
nor Reubin O. D. Askew, has
created a State Office on
Volunteerism for the express
purpose of promoting still
greater volunteer involve-
ment throughout Florida.
Funding for this office is
currently provided by
SACTION, the federal volun-
teer agency responsible for
Retired Senior Volunteer Pro-
grams (RSVP), Foster Grand-
parent Programs (FGP),
Volunteers in Service to
America (VISTA) and Peace
Corps.
In an effort to stimulate
e volunteerism in Gulf County,
the Florida Office on Volun-
teerism, in cooperation with
'the National Information
'Center on Volunteerism
(NICOV) is conducting a
workshop in Port St. Joe on
May 4 and 5. The Gulf County
6 Women's Sheriff's Auxiliary
will serve as host and co-


Help! i

Cabinet Experience Needed

in Port St. Joe
SFORMICA EXPERIENCE PREFERRED

Call after 6

229-6207



The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE.-- PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
William Wilson, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................ 9:45AM
MORNINb WORSHIP ..................... 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP ..................... 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ................... 7:00 PM
L


sponsor of the workshop to be
held at Gulf County Sheriff's
Dept.
Although the volunteer
workshop is primarily de-
signed for managers of social,
educational and human re-
source agencies, all citizens
interested in promoting volun-
teerism within Gulf County
are welcome and encouraged
to participate. Workshop
leaders will include local re-
presentatives and nationally
known volunteer authorities,
to familiarize participants
with volunteer .potential and
teach skills relevant to pro-,
gram development.
For 'additional information,
call Wanda Brown, 229-6132.

Bellringers

Named for Area
"There is a large, metal
bell, at our national office
which was cast from the
shackles and handcuffs that
once bound mentally and emo-
tionally disturbed people,"
-said Elizabeth L. Metcalf,
President of the Mental
Health Association in Florida.
"This bell is now a symbol
for the Mental Health Associa-
tion, ringing out hope for the
mentally ill and victory over
mental illness," she said.:
During May, Bellringers
will be collecting to help the
association continue their
work. Area Chairpersons are
as follows: Mrs. Harold
Mathes, Oak Grove; Mrs.
Minnie Howell, Port St. Joe;
Mrs. Ruth Rabon, Highland
View; Mrs. Wayne Bishop,
Beacon Hill; and Mrs. Francis
Hardy, White City.

Revival at
Highland View
Revival services are cur-
rently in progress at the
Highland View Church of God.
The services, which begin
nightly at 7*30, are under the
direction of Evangelist Billy
Wallace.
A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to everyone to attend.

"A man cannot spend
all his life in frolick."


Estate Sale

The Personal Representative for the Estate of Boyd
Borders of Wewahitchka, Florida, announces a closed bid sale
of the personal property of the Estate, as follows:


Boat, Motor and Trailer
1971 Ford Truck
Two (2) Roter Tillers
Riding Lawn Mower
Two (2) Deep Freezers
Ice Machine
Drink Machine
Gas Heater with Fan
Water Pump


Window Air Conditioner
Miscellaneous Gun Shells
Gun Shell Kit
Two (2) Bedroom Suites
Dining Table
Coffee and End Table
Gun Case
Gas Stove
Treated Fence Posts (approx. 100)


All items wiL be available for inspection from 1:00 P.M.
through 6:00 P.M. Saturday, April 29, 1978, at the Boyd Borders
home on Lake Grove Road in Wewahitchka, Florida.. The home
is the fifth (5th) house on the right from the corner of Lake
Grove Road and Second (2nd) Street, in Wewahitchka, Florida.
All bids must be received by 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday, May 3,
1978, L. .-...ay be submitted in person during the inspection
hours or mailed to Boyd Borders Estate, P. O. Box 248, Port St.
Joe, Florida, 32456. The Pe--'nal Representative reserves the
right to refuse any bi*


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pits First Methodist against
Oak Grove Assembly of God in
the first game, followed by
Long Avenue Baptist against
Beach Baptist Chapel in the
second game. Winding up the
evening of softball will be
First Methodist against First
Baptist in the nightcapper at
9:30. Game one begins at 7:00;
and the second game at 8:15.
MAJOR LEAGUE
The Hard Stars will host the
Ford Westerns in Friday af-
ternoon's game at 5:30. The
Dozers will face the Krafties
in the night game at 8:00.
Beginning the week on Mon-
day, will be the Krafties
against the Boxers. The
Dozers will see action on


Tuesday against Ford West-
ern. On Wednesday, the
Krafties and Hard Stars will
face each other.
MINOR LEAGUE
Tomorrow, Friday, Basic
will host the Patriots to end
this week's round of baseball.
Beginning Monday, Florida
Bank will play Basic; Tues-
day, Telco faces the Patriots;
and Wednesday, Sylvachem
will stand Florida Bank.
DIXIE BOYS
R&P faces Raffield's on
Monday; Raffield's plays
Western Flyers on Tuesday,
and Thursday, Western Flyers
.host R&P.
All games begin at 5:30 p.m.


I


First United

Methodist Church
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W.McCURDY, Minister

CHURCH SCHOOL...,; ................ ..9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE .......... 11A.M. &7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP....... 5:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday)......... 7:30 P.M.
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Enjoy the advantages of a woodburiling
fireplace...a gathering place for family
and friends. Comes complete with
starter kit. Easy to install.

A MtRCffAGFliFRCE sSMS


T Clinic

Special
One Day
Only

179

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Save 120.96
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Please Fill Out Coupon
E Mail At Once.
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400E. Hwy 98
Panama City, la. 3401


Name

Address Phone

City State Zip


Say You Saw It In The Star



West Building


Material Supply


WEST FREE
bi Do It Yourself Clinic
On Heatilator Woodbuming Fireplaces
SStart 10 A.M. Satu day, May 1, 19F78
S5400 E. Hwy. 98 763-1739 Panama City, Florida


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Cubed huck Seak s w wo3 m o a o B. $15


Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinners o. 0
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinners... 3Gs.


Bake Rite Shortening . . 3 lb.
Bake Rite Shortening ....... .CAN


12 oz.
Green Giant Niblet Whole Corn ... .3cAS 1

Kraft Orange Juice . . .

Kraft Catalina Dressing . . 63


Castleberry Canned Meats ..
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Onion Dip . .
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Doubleluck Green Beans...

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6 oz.
BTL.


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Entrees . .
BIRDS EYE W-CHEESE SAUCE
Broccoli .. . .
MCKENZIE
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WordIs, "Take Cover


Immediately", When


A Tornado Threatens


-WHEN A TORNADO AP- In office buildings, go to an
PROACHES, IMMEDIATE interior hallway on the lowest
ACTION MAY SAVE YOUR floor, or to a designated
LIFE! shelter area.
A Tornado Watch means In factories, workers should
weather conditions are ripe move quickly to the section of
for tornadoes to develop. Stay the plant offering greatest
tuned to radio or television protection, in accordance with
and listen for weather bul- advance plans.
letins, even'if the sky over- In homes, the basement
head is blue. A storm may offers the greatest safety.
Seek shelter under heavy
appear suddenly. Occasion- f ure if possible. In homes
ally scan the horizon for the furniture if possible. In homes
approach of dark, threatening withoutbasements,takecover
clouds. There may not be time in the center part of the house
for an official warning, on the lowest floor, in a small
room such as a closet or
:Stay alert for the abrupt bathroom, or under sturdy
onset of violent wind, rain, furniture.
hail, or a funnel-shaped cloud. Mobile homes, are particu-
Listen for a sudden increase in larly vulnerableto destructive
,i4nd noise. When in doubt, winds. Proper tie-downs to
fake cover. Tornadoes are prevent overturning will mini-
often obscured by rain or dust. mize damage. A warden
Some occur at night, should be appointed in mobile-
A Tornado Warning means a home parks to scan the skies
i)inado actually has been and listen to radio and televi-
sgfhted or indicated by radar, sion for warnings. There
H:the twister is nearby, seek should be a designated com-
Fhiide shelter immediately, munity shelter where resi-
perferably in a storm cellar, dents can assemble during a
underground excavation, or tornado warning. If there is no
ieel-framed or concrete rein- such shelter, do not stay in a
fiiced building.. Stay Away mobile home when a tornado
Vi'om Windows! is approaching. Seek refuge in


Florida Banks


Show Increase


In Earnings

:.Florida National Banks of officer stated that the gain
Tlorida, Inc. has announced a was even more significant
1 percent increase in earn- when you consider the first
lhgs per share over compar- quarter of 1977 included a gain
able figures a year earlier, on sale of repossessed colla-
,:iNet income for the quarter teral of $1,181,000.
gided March 31 was $3,240,000 Provision for possible loan
,.: $0.43 per share, as com- losses for the current quarter
oared to income before the was $221,000 as compared to-
dUmulative effect of change in $616.000 for the first quarter o'
accounting method of 1977. The first quarter of 1978
i3,534,000 or $0.36 per share, had net recoveries of $185,000
for the quarter ended March as compared to net charge-
:31, 1977. John H. Manry, Jr., offs of $311,000 in 1977. Re-
'President and Chief Executive serve for possible loan losses
t7 AIU fm AU 1 1. jJV[LWIL U


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was $7,080,000orU 1.1 percent of
the total outstanding loans as
of March 31, 1978.
On March 31, total assets of
Florida National Banks of
Florida, Inc. were $1,682 mil-
lion, an increase of 5.7 percent
as compared with $1,592 mil-
lion as of March 31. Net loans
were $650 million on March 31,
an increase of 10.7 percent as
compared with $587 million a
year earlier. Total deposits
were $1,408 million and $1,329
million at March 31, 1978 and
1977 respectively, which re-
presents an increase of 5.9
percent.

Miss Copenhaver

On Dean's List
Students at Auburn Univer-
sity whose grades place them
on the honor rolls of the nine
undergraduate academic
deans have been announced
for the winter quarter which
ended in March.
Achieving this honor from
Port St. Joe was Octavia Cop-
enhaver, Arts and Sciences.


a sturdy building or as a last
resort, in a ditch, culvert, or
ravine.
In schools, wherever possi-
ble, follow advance plans to an
interior hallway on the lowest
floor. Avoid auditoriums and
gymnasiums or other struc-
tures with wide free-span
roofs. If a building is not of
reinforced construction, go
quickly to a nearby reinforced
building, or to a ravine or open
ditch and lie flat.
In open country, if there is
no time to find suitable
shelter, lie face down in the
nearest depression, such as a
ditch or ravine, and protect
your ~head with your arms.


The Sheriffs of Florida be-
lieve mentally ill people
should not be detained in a
county jail, except in an
emergency, so the Florida
Sheriffs Association is spon-
soring legislation which would
prohibit long-term confine-
ment.
Representative Ed Black-
burn, Jr., a former sheriff of
Hillsborough County, is asking
the 1978 Florida Legislature to
consider House Bill 1690 which
reduces the length of time a
mentally ill criminal can be
held in jail from 45 days to 5
days. There was already a
5-day limit on non-criminal
cases.
The legislative intent of the
new law would be, "to ade-
quately insure that individual
dignity and human rights be
guaranteed to all persons,"
and that "jails shall not be


Sgt. Carter Graduates


Technical Sergeant David
Carter, son of John Carter Sr.
of Leary, Ga., has graduated
from.the Air Training Com-
mand' Noncommissioned Offi-
cer Academy at Lackland
AFB, Tex.
The sergeant, who received
advanced military leadership
and management training, is


a recruiter at the Armed
Forces Examining and En-
trance Station, Atlanta, Ga.
He is a 1965 graduate of H.
T. Singleton High School,
Morgan, Ga.
His wife, Emily, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tilton Gaston of 154 Ave. B,
Port St. Joe.


- -

I Gulf County

.J J School Lunch


Monday, May 1
Hamburger, fried potatoes,
cake, milk
Tuesday, May 2
Fried chicken, rice with
gravy, green beans, rolls,
milk
-Wednesday, May 3
Spaghetti with cheese,
tossed salad, garlic bread,
fruit pie, milk
Thursday, May 4
Hot dog, buttered corn, cole


Menus I

I- -
slaw, cookies, milk
Lunch menu for Port St. Joe
Elementary will be different.
Please check school bulletin.
Friday, May 5
Fish with catsup, green
means, tomato wedge, rolls,
upside down cake, milk.
Lunch menu for Port St. Joe
Elementary School will be
different. Please check school
bulletin..
Menus are subject to change
due to availability of food.


Announcing

FARM BUREAU

INSURANCE


AUTO
LIFE
FIRE
BUSINESS
RETIREMENT
FARMING


Agent may be
contacted at

St. Joe

ACCOUNTING
302 Third St. Port St. Joe
Tues. & Thurs.


For Complete Coverage, Call
Russell Vickery, Jr.

227-1684


used as receiving facilities or
temporary detention facilities
or in any way to house persons
who are mentally ill, including
the criminal mentally ill."
According to Sheriff Ken
Murphy, the bill provides that
the .county jail can only be
used when there is an emer-
gency, when the jail has
adequate facilities and when
he, the sheriff, approves
receipt of the individual.
"The bill goes on to provide
that if I do accept the responsi-
bility for housing a mentally
ill person, I am guaranteed in-
demnification by the county
for all financial losses,"
Sheriff Murphy said. "This
includes property damage and
any lawsuits resulting from
the person being detained."


Sheriff Don Moreland, of
Marion County, believes
strongly in what this bill
attempts to do and suggested
it to the Sheriffs Association.
"These people (the mentally
ill) do not belong in jails,"
Moreland said. "They should
be housed in facilities and
operated for them. Mentally
ill people are the responsi-
bility of the district mental
health boards, not the sheriff's
department.
At the same time Moreland
acknowledges the local boards
have not received sufficient
funds in the past to provide the
necessary facilities.
"If we fail to pass the bill
this year, the only thing
stopping it will be the know-
ledge on the part of legislators


that it may be impossible to
comply with the 5-day limita-
tion without additional funds,"
said Sheriff Moreland, who is


a member of the Sheriffs
Association Legislative Com-
mittee and the Board of
Directors.


REPORT OF CONDITION
Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of the
Consolidating domestic and foreign subsidiaries of the


Floridai l t National Bank


ot Port St. Joe


Name of Bank Uiry
In the state of Florida at the close of business on March 31, .1978
published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under title 12, United States Code, Section 161.
Charter number 14902 National Bank Region Number SIXH
Thousands of dollar
Statement of Resources and Liabilities THOUSANDS
Cash and due from banks ................... ........ .............................. 1.694,
U.S. Treasury securities .................. ..........................................- 700,
Obligations of other U.S. Gov't. agencies and corps ............... -...................... NONE
Obligations of States and political subdivisions .......................................*..* 3,916,
Other bonds, notes, and debentures ........ ........ ................................ 272,
Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock ............... .............................. 32,
Trading account securities ....................................................... ....... N(1C
Federal funds sold and securities purchased
C under agreements to resell ............ ................... ...... ..................1 1,100,
Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) ................... 5,642,
Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ............... 103,
S Loans, Net .. .................... ............ ........ ................. .5,539,
Direct lease financing .......... ......... ... ..... ............................... N"F.
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .............. 35,
Real estate owned other than bank premises ...............................-.............. 3,
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ......................... NONE
Customers' liability to this bank on acceptance outstanding ................................. NCE
Other assets ............................................................................ 120 ,
TOTAL ASSETS .......................... ............ 13,731,
Demand deposits of individuals, prtnshps., and corps.............................. 5,618,
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Time and savings deposits or individuals,
prtnshps., and corps. ..... ... ... ..-..... -- ... ............ 2,706.
Deposits of United States Governmentr .. :''........ ......... ..... 106.
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ............................................. 3.140,
Deposits of foreign govts. and official institutions .................................. ....... NNE
Deposits of commercial banks ................................. ............................ N NE
Certified and officers' checks ............ .............................................. 17,
TOTAL DOMESTIC DEPOSITS ............................................... 11 587,
Total demand deposits ... ............................. 6,854,
Total time and savings deposits .......................... 4,733,
Total deposits in foreign offices .................... ............. .. ............... N=
TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES ................ ........... N(NF


Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase ..... .................... ................ ..........
Liabilities for borrowed money........................ ................... ................
Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases....................... ............
Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ....................... .
O their liabilities ................... .......... ... ... .. .................................
TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) ........... .... .........
Subordinated notes and debentures ......................... .. ......................
Preferred stock No. shares outstanding E (par value) ......................
Common stock a. No. shares authorized 1j
b. No. shares outstanding 16,000, (par value) ..................
Surplus .....: .............. ..... .... .......... ...........................
Undivided profits .............................. ............... .........................
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves .......................................
TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .................................................. ......
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ........................................ ....
Average for 30 calendar days ending with report date:
Cash and due from banks .. ....... ....................... .....
Fed. funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ..........................
Total loans ................................ .......................................
Time deposits of $100,000 or more in domestic offices ......................... ................
Total deposits ............ .... ................ ... .........................
Fed. funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ......................
Liabilities for borrowed mohey .............................. .............
TOTAL ASSETS ..... -................... ....................... ............
Standby letters of credit (outstanding as of report date) ......................................
Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more (outstanding as of report date).....
Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more (outstanding as of report date) .............


400,

NOW
NONF
63,
12,050,
N(OW
NOE


1.482.
865,
5,505,
2,613,
11 355,
390,
NONF
13,196,
NW29
2,589,
NOWNE


I, Glpn W. Williams
N


Vice President & Cashier
Title
of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this Re-
port of Condition is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief.


~I J/; l-l~


SSig2nature
April 21, 1978
Dae


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





1/1/ A 7 A Directors


as~s~~S~'II~~~~~~~++NH~~uu~ auueu


Florida Sheriffs Say Mentally



Ill Should Not Be Placed In Jails


the members of the

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

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


We Don't Say We Have the Bes


OYSTERS In the World.


We'll Let You Do That.


To Reserve Your Bushel


Call


Indian Pass

Seafood Co.


227-1670


11 31~


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PAGE TEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978


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