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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: May 4, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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IKHE STA
Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORTST.JOE,FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 4. 1978


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After Years of Decay


Old City Docks to





be Refurbished


For years the docks and warehouse
at the end of First Street, on St. Joseph
Bay have been allowed to decay and
lapse into a state of dis-repair from
non-use and neglect. At the present
time, the dock is unusable for berthing
ships to unload or load cargo and the
warehouse is in a state of bad repair.
The warehouse was sold several
years ago and was never used to any
great extent, so it was allowed to
.deteriorate.
Recently, McKenzie Tank Lines
purchased the property and is now
making plans to repair the dock and put
the facility back into the business of
shipping and receiving cargo.
This past week end, the firm of
Jordan Industries, Inc., of Ozark,
Alabama and Destin, Florida secured a
building permit from the City of Port
St. Joe in the amount of $288,000 to


begin putting the docks back into
useable condition. Jordan is under
contract to McKenzie to do the con-
struction work.
: When the docks began to decay
several years ago, shipping was stop-
ped at this point and moved to the St.
Joe Paper Company docks where the
occasional cargoes, other than paper,
were handled. Now, with a prospect of
increased water shipping from Sylva-
chem and Basic Magnesia, of Port St.
Joe and a prospect of inland shippers
using the local port, the refurbishing of
the old dock is necessary.
Over the years, neglect, storms and
natural decay has taken its toll. The
steel sheet piling of the dock is
practically all rusted and rotted away.
A large portion of the dock has eroded
into the water and the concrete loading
ramp broken off and fallen into the bay.


In spots, the erosion extends under the
old dock all the way back to the
warehouse.
EXTENSIVE REPAIRS
According to representatives of the
construction firm, which' will begin
work on or about the 15th of this month,
the reconstruction project will include
putting the docks back into the same
shape they were before the erosion
process began. There will be new piling,
put down, new fill and a new concrete
loading apron poured.
No indication was given as to how
long the re-construction project would
take.
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The picture at the right shows
the bad state of dis-repair of the dock
and the eroding condition of the old
warehouse building. --Star photo


Put Finishing Touches On


Oak Grove W&S


Pact


With the Oak Grove Wate
and Sewar system to. become
operable within just a fev
days, now, the City and Coun
ty are trying -to put the
finishing touches on an agree
ment by. which the City wil
furnish the water and collec
the sewer of the Oak Grov<
community and take care o
all the book work and minoi
repairs.



Tuesday Is

Election

Day In City

Tuesday seems to be coming
up as a typical election day in
Port St. Joe not much
interest from the citizens.
One of the two Commission
posts to be decided on Tuesday
is no contest, with Commis-
sioner James B. Roberts going
back into office for another
two-year term with no opposi-
tion.
In another race, Commis-
sioner Gerald Sullivan will be
'j seeking his third term in office
and will be opposed by John
Robert Smith, a retired drug-
gist, and a three-term com-
missioner of years past.
The polling will all be done
in the City Fire Station, with
the polls to be open from 7:00
a.m., to 7:00 p.m.


r The County sent the City an
e .agreemen)t..document. Q sign
at -the City Commission's
- Tuesday night meeting, which
e took into consideration the
- rates and charges worked, out
1 by both governing agencies.
t The County version of the
e agreement failed to spell out
f the fact that the City would not
r be responsible for making any
major repairs without making
an additional charge and out-
lined just what major main-
tenance consisted of. These
major maintenance items
have been sent to the County
and agreed upon, but they
were not included as a part of
the agreement sent to the city


Tuesday night. putting the agreement on pa-
Commissioner James B... per. and signed ..
Roberts suggested that the RECREATION
City once again list the major There is a good possibility of
maintenance items on the an expanded recreation pro-.
agreement and send it back to gram this summer. City Clerk
the County for their official Mike Wright told the Commis-
approval., Roberts noted, "We sion Tuesday night, that he!
won't be here always, ,and has learned there is about.
they won't be there always $50,000 in CETA funds to be'
(the individual Commission- available in the county-wide.
ers) and we need to have an program this year, which will
understanding for the future greatly enhance the program,.
as to just where both Commis- which has all been locally.
sions stand in this' agree- financed in the past.
menit." 'County Recreation Director
Both Boards have agreed to John Clenney presented a
services to be rendered and proposed program to the Com-
charges to.be made. There is mission Tuesday night, but
only the formality now, of (Continued on Page 3)


Kiwanians Plan Big Day Saturday


The Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club will begin cooking pan-
cakes and all the trimmings at.
7:00 a.m., in the large building


at the corner of Monument
Avenue and Second Street. All.
the Kiwanians will be on hand
Saturday to serve breakfast
and conduct a giant Garage
Sale '(That's an appropriate
title since the building in
which they will be operating
was formerly a Pontiac agen-
cy here in Port St. Joe.)
The Kiwanians will' serve
their pancake plates, along
with sausage or bacon, and
coffee until 10:00 a.m., when
they will once again put Ken
Herring's four-year-old piece
of fatback, used to grease the
griddle, back in the deep
freeze until iext year.
Beginning at 10:00 a.m., the
Kiwanians will become more
diversified with their culinary
offerings and dish up old-
fashioned 'ice cream cones,
hamburgers, hot dogs and
cold drinks while they con-
tinue with their big Garage
Sale.
The club members have
been busy for the past month
collecting unwanted treasures
and now have a building full of
everything from stereos to
knickers to place in a more
appreciated home.


The Kiwanis Club is natur-
ally hoping to raise a lot of
money with their project,
most of which they spend each
year on their Key Club and
Keyette operations as well as
many other youth oriented
projects in the community.
Special entertainment has
been arranged for the affair,
with the Port St. Joe High
School Band scheduled to


perform for an hour beginning
at 11:00. Just before the band
plays, the Elementary School
Glee Club will begin a song
period at 10:00.
The Kiwanis invites every-
one to come and get their
bellies full, enjoy some good
music, and browse through
the piles of good merchandise
they have managed to gather
up.


Rish Short-Stops Big

Increase In Truck Fines


Rep. William J. Rish, D-
Port St. Joe, has vowed to
fight a proposal that would
drastically increase fines im-
posed on log and pulp wood
trucks caught overweight.
In a surprise move before
the House Appropriations
Committee, of which Rish is a
member, an amendment was
approved that would have
raised' the fines in some
instances by as much as 500
percent.
Rish termed the proposal "a
terrible piece of legislation.
SWe've got to stop it." Rish said


he opposed the measure be-
cause "it would hit the hardest
working of our citizens. In
many instances those are the
same citizens who can least
afford it."
Shortly after the bill was
approved, Rish succeeded in a
motion to have the bill recon-
sidered and left pending. Rish
hoped his action would leave
the proposal in limbo until it is
too late for it to be approved
by the full Legislature.
"I think this kills it for
another year," he said. "At
least I hope so-"


j Cycle, Car, Crash At Beach


State Crime Report Show


City, County, A Safe Place


Shannon Cottrell, age 30, of Overstreet
suffered leg injuries in a cycle-auto collision
Monday afternoon at St. Joe Beach.
According to Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Herschell Hill, Cottrell was riding his
cycle west on Highway 98 when Miss Jamie
Robin Bailey, age 20, pulled out of Coronado
Street, making a left turn onto Highway 98,
and pulled into the path of Cottrell's cycle.
The cycle struck the car in the left front
fender, throwing Cottrell from his machine.
Cottrell received several cuts, bruises
and abrasions and was taken to the hospital
by Gulf County Volunteer Ambulance Service
with what was suspected to be a broken left
leg. It was found, on examination, that the leg


was only bruised and
ankle.


badly sprained in the


In the photo at left, Ambulance Service
volunteers C. L. Sylvester, with the aid of
County Commissioner Bill Branch (back to
camera) make Cottrell ready for the ride to
the hospital. In the photo above, Gulf County
Sheriff's Deputies James Mock (kneeling)
and Ray Watson, examine the two damaged
vehicles.
Trooper Hill said he was filing charges of
violation of right of way against Miss Bailey.
He was assisted in his investigation of the
incident by Sheriff's Deputies James Mock,
Ray Watson and Guy White.


Statistics released by the
State of Florida this week,
show that Gulf County is a
pretty safe place in which
to live, if a person is trying
to get away from crime
centers.
According to the report,
released annually by the
State of Florida, there were
only 57 major crimes com-
mitted in the City of Port
St. Joe last year. Of these
crimes, one was for mur-
der two assaults, 24 burg-


laries, 23 larcenies and one
auto theft.
While the biggest num-
ber of crimes were stealing
other people's property, it
was dangerous to do this.
Solution of crimes commit-
ted in the City was 43'
percent, a good percent-
age.
The County also had a
low crime rate and had 44
percent of the crimes com-
mitted, cleared.
The report shows that


throughout the county
there was one murder, 38
assaults, 66 breaking and
entering, 78 larceny cases
and six auto thefts.
Overall, the crime index
figure for Port St. Joe
(crimes per 100,000 people)
was 1,201, while in the
county, the same index was
rated at 1,710.
A pretty safe place to live
and a pretty good rate of
apprehending those who
break the law.


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PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978
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EDITORIALS:




Let's Keep OurArea



A Garden Spot


Probably one of the hardest
S* things in life to do is to stay inside
and work on a Northwest Florida
spring day. The days we have been
'experiencing for the past few weeks
make it easy to see why people who
don't live here save their money all
year long to come and spend a week
or two here. And we get to use it all
.year long, for free.

Maybe it is still just a bit chilly
'o go in swimming at the beach, but
that, too, is one of the beauties of
Northwest Florida and what makes
it so attractive to those of us who live
here and the fortunate ones who visit
periodically. One can find so many
things to do, other than swimming,
to make the day one of perfect joy
and relaxation.
E. E. Calloway, up' in Bristol
spent a good many years of his long
life touting his Garden of Eden,
north of Bristol as the garden spot of


the world. We think this description
could be applied to all of Northwest
Florida, and especially to this part
of Northwest Florida.
The amount of construction now
under way and built during the past
few years in our beaches area gives
evidence to the fact that more and
more people are beginning to agree
with us. They are coming here in
droves and spending their money in
millions.
Now, for the punch line.
As long as we have such a choice
section of God's real estate at our
disposal and for our use, why don't
we take better care of it? One of the
easiest and most pleasing ways we
can take care of it is to take our
trash home with us and dispose of it
properly.
You thought you would see an
editorial here without a punch to it,
-.didn't you.


For years we have wished for
activity at our docks and increased
water shipment activity in and out of
Port St. Joe. To put it in a lesser
number of words, we wanted the
Snew industry which water shipment
could give us.
It looks now as if some of this
desire is 'coming to a reality.
Last week end a construction
firm, Jordan Industries, Inc., of
Ozark, Alabama and Destin, Flor-
ida, secured a building permit at
City Hall to rehabilitate the old City
Docks in front of the old City
Warehouse.


These docks have been in dis-
repair for many years due to non-
use. To learn that they will be
replaced and repaired must un-
doubtedly mean they are going to be
used, since one doesn't work on
docks for peanuts. It will cost a lot of
money to put these docks back into
shape.
We welcome the news that some
work is going to progress in this
area. Now, if the Port Authority can
come up with some plans to further
increase our waterfront activity, we
will see things start to hum here in
Port St. Joe. Something humming is
long overdue.


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Expanding

Water

Services

A new four-inch water line is
being laid this week to the rear
area of the Port St. Joe High
School.
The line is being installed to
supply better water service to
the rear section of the school
property, where expansion is
taking place, calling for a
need for a better water supply.
The area is now the location of
a new football practice field,
weight house, two softball
fields and other recreational
facilities. The line also fur-
nishes increased fire protec-
tion for the school complex.


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Letters to the Editor. ...


Asking for Help to Save Old Capitol


Dear Editor,
I would like to urge you and
your readers to become in-
volved in efforts to save our


A Layman's View


old State Capitol Building.

The 1978 legislative session
may soon decide the fate of


By Billy Norris


Bible Notes


LEVITICUS 26:3-5 and 12
(King James Version)
KEY WORD: PATIENCE
Verse 3, "If ye walk in my
statutes, and keep my com-
mandments, and do them;"
Verse 4, "Then I will give you
rain in due season, and the
land .shall yield her increase,
and the trees of the field shall
yield their fruit." Verse 5,
"And your threshing shall
reach unto the vintage (har-
vest),. and the vintage shall
reach unto the sowing time:
and ye shall eat your bread to
the full, and dwell in your land
safely." Verse 12, "And I will
Walk among you, and will be
your God, and ye shall be my
people."
It seems that I am contin-
ually required to be patient.
Often times, I tell the Lord
I've been patient just about to
the end of my patience. I know
many of you feel the same
way. However, we must be
patient to grow up, patient to
graduate, patient to find our
place in life.
The above scripture talks
about patience. To "walk in
his statutes" takes time, pa-
tience. Verse 4, "Then I will
give you rain (blessings) in
due season ."; again
patience. Then after the rain-
blessing comes the increase of
the land, the fruit trees, and
(Verse 5) the threshing, the
harvest, and on to the sowing
time again, means PA-
TIENCE. Even to "dwell safe-
ly" patience is required.


But then comes reward time
in Verse 12, "And I (God) will
.walk among you, and will be
YOUR GOP, and YE shall be
my people." God is good and
His way is not cheap. It
requires obedience to patience
among other things.
If His way were cheap it
would not be worth having.
But, Praise the Lord, His way
is worth everything!


Tides


High and low tides for the
upcoming week for St. Jos-
eph's Bay are shown in the
table below. The information
is furnished by the U. S.
Weather Bureau Station in


Apalaclicola.

Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday


High
9:00A
9:15A
9:37 A
10:09A
10:41A
11:13A
11:49A
12:25P


Low
5:56P
6:45 P
7:30P
8:15P
9:00P
9:43 P
10:29P
11:12P


our State's most historic
structure. There are many
reasons for saving the old
Capitol. It is the oldest re-
maining capitol buildings in
the nation. Construction on the
building was begun in 1839
when Florida was still a
territory. It narrowly escaped
destruction in the Civil War.
Every legislative and execu-
tive officer has served under
this famous dome and symbol
of our state government. Prior
to 1911, the State Supreme
Court also met here. .
More than historic factors
support preservation and res-


toration of the Old Capitol
Building. The. economic
reasons for restoring the
building are sound. The old
Capitol contains nearly 200,000
square feet of space, most of
which can be retained. The
building is structurally sound
with a large portion of it
constructed since 1937. The
state currently leases more
than one million square feet of
office spacein the Tallahassee
area at an annual cost in
excess of five million dollars.
A cost of three million dollars
is estimated to tear down the
old Capitol and build a small


park. By renovating this build-
ing and utilizing this space,
the.state could substantially
reduce its rental costs.
Florida has so few histori-
cally significant buildings re-
maining and I believe it would
be a real tragedy to destroy
this important link to Flori-
da's past. Only public concern
expressed to elected repre-
sentatives will save our old
Capitol for future generations.

Sincerely,
John L. Mica
State Representative
District 39


Says License Suspension Law

Practice Is Unfair to Drivers


A driver (in Florida)- to'
accumulate twelve (12) points
with a twelve (12) month
period will have his driver's
license suspended for thirty
(30) days. After the thirty day
suspension the driver does not
get his license back, he has got
to go take another complete
test to obtain a driver's li-
cense. He has no license after
his suspension!


Suspension means your
driver's license is temporarily
.withdrawn. My personal'
opinion of this is the Depart-
ment of Highway Safety and
Motor VWhicles should send
the suspended license back to
the driver promptly after his
suspension. I also think the
Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehikles has


Asks for Generosity

In Mental Health Drive


Dear Editor:
Today we know that men-
tal illness can be prevented in
many cases. We can do this
through education, especially
of parents, and by learning to
cope with stress. There is a
group of citizens, like our-
selves, trying to see that this
happens the Mental Health
Association.
During May your neighbor
will be coming to your door to
collect for mental health. I
urge you to give generously.


- not' got the authorization to
make a driver with tempor-
arily withdrawn license to buy
another test and another li-
cense to obtain a driver's
license after the suspension
(unless the suspended license
needs to be renewed)!!!

Raymond P. Hart
P.O. Box 125
Port St. Joe, Fl. 32456


SALTY
SALLY


The Mental Health Assocai-
tion needs your support be-
cause:
-Mental illness can be
cured';
-The cycle of child abuse
can be stopped;
-Education of parents can
prevent some emotional pro-
blems in children.
Your support is needed to
caaomplish this.
Very truly yours,
Minnie Howell
Mental Health Chair-
person for Port St. Joe


ETAOIN SHRDLU

BY WESLEY R. RAMSEY


LIFE MAGAZINE is coming back! The
word is that the picture magazine which was the
king of that type publication back in the '30's
through the '60's will be back on the news stands
in October, according to Time-Life Publications.
I'm glad to hear it. I always enjoyed Life
each week. Knowing just how seldom it is that a
person happens to be at the right particular
place, with the proper camera, film and lighting
equipment to get a picture of news as it happens
always made me study the pictures in Life in
awe. How could a person be so perceptive as to
be in the proper situation at just the right time to
get most of the important happenings of the day
on film?
An unposed picture always makes the best
picture and to get an unposed picture takes
extraordinary luck or the patience of Job. All you
have to do in most places is just show up with a
camera and almost immediately, everyone


starts posing, whether they realize it or not. And,
being on the spot as the best pictures are being
presented for the photographer in any given
situation is no small task.
When you get your new copy of Life in
October, look at the pictures, and wonder how
the photographer managed to get the expres-
sions and actions he did.

I SAW IN THE CHATTAHOOCHEE NEWS
last week where my little brother, Will, quipped
that he had mailed in his income tax check right
on the deadline. This must run in the family,
since mine went off at the last day, on the last
mail, at the last possible moment to make the
last mail.
Will's little quip said he had mailed a check
with his return and mumbled a little bit about
how he wished he could have the privilege of
throwing his hard-earned money away without


having Washington do it for him.
I'm concerned about little brother. I thought
he was doing well and making a decent living up
there in Chattahoochee, running the Twin City
News. He must be in financial trouble, though.
Anyone who can manage to write a check for his
income tax all in one check must not be making
enough money to live on properly, I'm going to
investigate the matter. We may have to take up a
collection, apply for food stamps or arrange a
Care package for him.

PRAISES BE! We have all mis-judged
Soviet President Leonid I. Brezhnev.
Here we all drew the assumption that Leonid
was urging President Carter to scrap plans for
development of the neutron bomb so he could get
ahead of the United States in the arms race.
That isn't the reason at all. We have it on no
less authority than the word of Leonid himself.
He has said, in public, for print: "I can inform
you that we have taken the president's statement
(to look before he leaps at development of the
bomb) and that we, too, will not begin production
of neutron arms so long as the United States does
not do so."
Isn't that a comforting thought?
I guess if you don't have such a weapon it's
-easy to say you're in favor of not seeing it


developed.

BILLY JOE RISH keeps getting accolades in
the papers about how effective and respected he
has been and just how much the Legislature is
going to miss him, since he has announced that
he will not be a candidate for re-election this fall.
all of the praise has been deserved, in our way of
looking at the situation.
To show you how solid Billy Joe is in his
attitude and philosophy, I'll bet you that the
praise and accolades do not change his mind and
cause him to decide to seek election once again.
It would be the easiest thing in the world to do to
succumb to the ground-swell of respect which is
coming his way and bend to the desire to run
again. I'm betting he won't do it, even though he
would win by a land-slide.
I'll tell you now, that would be one bet I
wouldn't mind losing, but I know I won't.

SHERIFF KEN MURPHY told a good joke
at the Rotary Club last Thursday, to introduce
his remarks to the club.
Murphy said there were these two members
of an ethnic race, which shall remain unmention-
ed here, walking down the street. One of the
ethnic persons said to the other ethnic person,
"Look at that dead bird!" The second ethnic
person looked up into the sky and asked,
"Where?"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978


Two Ladies Hurt, Car Burns In


Spectacular Accident Sun(


One woman was faced with
the danger of incineration in a
burning car and another was
thrown out of the tumbling
auto into a ditch filled with
water in an accident Sunday


evening at 8:10 p.m., on
Highway 98, about three miles
wast of the city limits.
According to Florida High-
way Patrol Trooper Bill God-
win, the car, a 1969 Pontiac,


(Continued from Page 1)


Agreement


In the photo above, Emergency Medical Technicians Dorothy Thomas. In the bottom photo, Mark Collier extin-
administer first aid to the injuries of Cleo Woullard and quishes the burning interior of the Woullaid vehicle.
--Star Dhotos


Wright suggested that no for-
mal approval be given until
the Commission can meet with
members of the Gulf County
School Board to discuss the
CETA program proposed.
APPLY FOR STUDY
The City Commission made
an official request to the
Federal Government for a 201
study to be made in the water
and sewer department of the
City and west of the city all the
way to the Bay County line.
The City has been asked to
make the study by the Federal
Government in the area of its
water and sewer services;
especially in the areas of the
Wastewater Treatment Plant
-operation. The extended study
to the beaches is to make a
study of the feasibility of
extending water and sewer
services to this area, utilizing
the City facilities.
There has been a request
from Beach residents to the
County to make the services
available, but the initial cost
of treatment plants have
pushed the projects to the
distant future.
The 201 Study would study
the advisabliity of serving the
needs of the Beaches from the
Port St. Joe central plants.
OLD THEATRE
In a recent meeting, it had
been agreed to notify the
owners of the old theatre
building that the marquee was


getting into dangerous condi-
tion and needed attention.
City Clerk Mike Wright
reported to the Commission
that the letter had been sent
and Mayor Frank Pate re-
marked that the old building
had been sold this past week,
but that the letter notice would
still apply. Wright said the
new owners had been notified
of the action of the Commis-
sion. Pate said he didn't know,
what plans the new. owners
had for the building.

Fenn New


Assistant

for Chiles
Dean Fenn took over as
Senator Lawton Chiles' North
Florida District Assistant
Monday of this week. Fenn
will be fielding any requests
for assistance from the Sena-
tor from the Gulf County area.
The new administrative as-
sistant is a native of Greens-
boro. For the past several
years he has worked with the
Division of Personnel for the
State of Florida in Tallahas-
see.
Fenn has his offices in the
U.S. Courthouse and Post
Office Building at 110 E; Park
Ave., in Tallahassee. His tele-
phone number is 222-1792.


driven by Cleo Woullard, 32, of
402 Avenue C, passed him
on Highway 98 while he was
writing a citation for another
vehicle he had stopped. God-
win said the vehicle was
travelling at a high rate of
speed and he began to follow it
to clock its speed. Godwin said
when he caught up with the
car, it had wrecked.
The Trooper's investigation
showed that the vehicle went
off the left shoulder of the road
in a curve, and the driver lost
control. The car went over a
four foot embankment next to
the tree line beside the road
and skidded down to a ditch,
where it struck an embank-
ment and became airborne,


day

clipping a pine tree approo
mately 14. feet above thli
ground.
The driver, Ms. Woullard
was thrown from the car arid
fell in a ditch filled with water
The vehicle travelled another
75 feet and came to rest in ttie
woods, where it caught fire,
with a passenger, Dorothy
Thomas, 36, of 237 Avenue F)
still inside.
Trooper Godwin and James
Hamilton, a passer-by, re-
moved Miss Thomas from thi
burning car.
The two victims of tlb
accident were both taken t6
,Municipal Hospital by the Gulf
County Volunteer Ambularnce
Service.


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth St.
WORSHIP SERVICE
Sunday.... ...... 10:00 AM

Welcome to Everyone

Rev. Malcolm B. Koehler, Pastor

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The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
William Wilson, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ....................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP ..................... 11:00AM
EVENINGWORSHIP ................... 7:0Q PM
WEDNESDAYNIGHT ..................... 7:00PM ,
.


Schools to Sign Kindergarten


Students On Friday, May 12
Superintendent of Schools garden and first grade stu- schools next Friday, May 12,
Walter Wilder has announced dents will be held at the three from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
that registration for kinder- Gulf County elementary This registration is for stu-
dents entering Gulf County
public schools for the 1978-79
school year.


Last weekend, the Florida pool.
Chapters of the National Ho-
nor Society held their annual The
State Convention in Winter mem
Haven. I went, along with Bob are D
Lange, Teresa- Nichols, Jan Lori
Leavins, Monique Pierce. and Kare
Mrs. Whitfield. The firstlour .dio,
are NHS officers; we just toik Grah
Monique along because she Yvon
had a map and nobody had man,
t any earthly idea of where verly
Winter Haven was. She wasn't and
much help though, because we
got lost about .three times
before we got there. Mrs.Whit- Th(
, field went along as sponsor Sprin
and driver. Ever
We stayed at the Holiday about
-Inn and ono thing that I didn't espec
know about those places is agair
that the doors lock automati- te
cally when you shut them. It's.
really embarrassing, having
to run down a maid to let you
into your room. (It was Bob's
fault).
The Convention consisted of
several General Assemblies,
where speeches were given
about the National Honor So-
ciety and the school system.
There was an election of State
officer's preceded by cam-
paigning and caucuses. Work-
shops were held on photogra- o
phy, citrus fruit and the F.B.I.
They also held two dances for
us and there were pool tables
and ping-pong tables avail-
able.
On the way back from the
Convention, we went to Disney
World, where we spent most of
out time trying to find each
other and then getting lost
Again.
The Convention was a really
worthwhile experience. We
learned about the organization
of the National Honor Society
.and got a lot from the work-
shops we attended. It was also
worthwhile to see Bob jump
into the 30 degree water of a
supposedly heated swimming


NEWKEYETTES
e Keyettes voted in new
bers last Thursday. They
Denise Bond, Tonya Allen,
Heacock, Jan Leavins,
n Collinsworth, Lisa Fa-
Kim Thursbay, Dianne
lam, Sandra. Martin,
ne Guilford, Helen Uil-
Martha Atkinson, Be-
Beard, Phoebe Barlow
Cecile Ropelis.
SPRING TRAINING
e football team began
ng Training Monday.
ryone is really excited
t the upcoming season,
:ially the season opener
ist Wewa in September.


Kindergarten students en-
rolling for the fall term must
be five years old on or before
January 1, 1979. First grade
students who have not attend-
ed kindergarten in public
school must be six years of
age on or before January 1,
1979. Parents are required to
present an approved proof-
of-age for each child to be
enrolled: birth certificate,
baptismal record, life insur-
ance policy on child in force
for two years or more, Bible
record with sworn affidavit or
passport showing age of child.
Prior to the beginning of the
fall school term, each child
must have a complete health
certificate showing that he-
she has been examined by a
medical doctor and obtained
the required innoculations.
These innoculations are avail-
able through the Gulf County
Health Department free of
charge, or from the family
physician.


Help!

Cabinet Experience Needed

in Port St. Joe

FORMICA EXPERIENCE PREFERRED

Call after 6

229-6207



the members of the

Church of Christ
invite you to meet with them:

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

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


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News...


From the High School


By WOODY JONES


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978


Garden Club Installs


Officers Next
The Port St. Joe Garden state con
Club will hold its last meeting Daytona
of its fiscal year next Thurs-
day at the Garden Center. The
affair will be a covered dish OG
luncheon, beginning at 12:30,
presided over by current pres-
ident, Mrs. Bobby Jackson. CO1


Highlight of the afternoon
will be the installation of
officers for the upcoming
year. They will be installed by
District II Garden Club Direc-
tor, Mrs. Wayne Beumeler, of
Lynn Haven. New officers
are: Mrs. William Ramsey,
president; Mrs. Ann Till, first
vice president; Mrs. William
E. P. Parker, second vice
president; Mrs. M. P. Huie,
secretary, and Mrs.. Cecil Har-
rison, treasurer.
The new president, Mrs.
Ramsey, along with Mrs.
Ethel Bridges, alternate dele-
gate, will attend the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs


Miss Debbie Burns


Mr. and Mrs. Foy Howard of
Port St. Joe announce the
engagement and approaching,
marriage of their daughter,
Debbie Burns, to Dit Butler,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Butler of St. Joe Beach.
SThe wedding will be an
event of June 3 at 8:00 P.M. in
ihe Beach Baptist Chapel on
St. Joe Beach.
. The bride-elect is a 1975
,graduate of Pqrt St. Joe High


Week


vention May 17-18, at.
Beach.


ipel

acert


Sunday
.A Gospel Concert will be
held this Sunday afternoon at
3:00 in the Washington gym.
Featured groups will be the
Bible Tone Gospel Singers, the
Gospel Travelers of Dothan,
Ala. and two guess groups.
Admission will be $2.00.
The Concert is being spon-
sored by The Humble Ser-
vant Gospel Singers, and you
may see any member of the
group for your ticket, Mem-
bers are Alvin Chambers,
John Underwood, Lula Belle
Cherry and Bernice Baker.


Theresa Gay James Mills


Betrothed


School, and is presently em-
ployed at Aline's Coiffures,
Inc.
The bridegroom is a 1974
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School, and is an employee of'
Butler Construction.
No local invitations are /
being sent, but all friends and
relatives are invited to attend
the wedding and reception at
the church.


PlantAnnuals for


Summmer Color


Annual flowers that provide
bloom poon after planting
offer the Florida gardener an
inexpensive source of garden
color for the summer months.
Some can be planted right
where you want them to bloom
for rich displays of color.
: Florida's hot'and rainy sum-
mers are tough on many
varieties of annuals but other
Seem to thrive on the heat. So,
with this important consider-
action in mind, here's a selec-
tion of three colorful and
Relatively carefree summer
annuals.
Marigolds. The wide selec-
tion of marigolds offers the
Gardener a real treat. Culture
is very easy, as heat, drought
and pests are tolerated well be
S these flowers. Plants thrive in
: un or partial shade. You can
grow marigolds from seed
S which sprout in a few days or
from started plants available
at garden shops. New varie-
ties bloom in two months and
continue to flower for several
,months. Marigolds are ex-
cellent for flower borders and
'for edging if dwarf varieties
S are used. They also make fine
i cut flowers, especially types
with odorless foliage. Check
your seed catalog or garden
store for the newest marigold
varieties.
S Portulaca or rose-moss is
/ hard to beat for summer
gardens. It is a favorite flower
f" for edging, borders, rock gar-
Sdens and in window boxes. The
:small plants form a ground
-over of bright rose-like
flowers in white, yellow,
orange, rose and red colors.
.Flowers are single or double,
one to two inches across. You
an sow the tiny seed directly
'where you want plants. Plant
Zon a well-drained site in full
.'sun and do not overwater.
Seed sprouts in a few days and
plants flower in several
S jnonths. Flowers only open
fully when in bright sun and
'plants bloom for only a few.
weeks. For continuous color'
:all summer, you might want to
sow seed each month. Try
i:prtulaca in that dry area of
:poor soil where few other
:flowers thrive and you'll be
'surprised how well this small
:flower grows.
SAnother summer toughie is
:celosia, commonly called
:cockscomb. These old-
:fashioned favorites come in
:two forms- crested and
Splumy. Both forms grow well
-in hot summer months and
.can be planted by seed or as
"transplants. Seed germinate
-in a week and plants will
bloom when two months old.


Colors include pink, purple,
orange, yellow and red on
dwarf or tall plants. The large
crested varieties have flower
heads measuring ::'six-ten
inches.across. Plumed varie-
ties are spectacular in form
and provide a dramatic dis-
play of garden color as well as
unusual cut flowers or dried
bouquets.

CARD OF THANKS
The Committee for the Can-
cer Drive in North Port St. Joe
area wishes to thank the
churches, the basketball
teams, the softball teams, the
Twilight Saving Club, and the
house to house crusaders for a
job well done.
Above all, we thank the
Community for their loyal
support in this effort.

'Mrs. Gillie McNair
Mr. Nathan Peters, Jr.
Mrs. Jessie Thomas


Kim Ernst Jeff Powell


Engaged


The engagement *and ap-
proaching marriage of Kim
Ernst and Jeff Powell is
announced by their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ernst
and Mr. and Mrs. Lavernon
Powell, all of Port St. Jbe.


Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Gay
of Dothan, Al., formerly of
Port St. Joe, announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Theresa Maria, to James
Preston Mills, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Mills of Avon, Al.
Grandparents of the bride
elect are Mrs. Violet Musson
and the late Lerne Musson of
Little Rock, Ark. and the late
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Gay of
Port St. Joe.
The future groom is the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
James Preston of Avon and
Mrs. Wilborn Mills and the


late Mr. Wilborn Mills of
Avon.
Miss Gay is a graduate of
Rehobeth High School and
attended George C. Wallace
Community College. She is
employed with TG&Y Family
Center of Dothan.
The future groom is a
graduate of Ashford Academy
and attended George C.
Wallace Community College.
He is presently employed with
Atlantic and St. Andrews Bay-
line Railroad in Panama City.
The wedding will take place
at 7.00 p.m. on Saturday, June
3 at the Bluff Springs Baptist
Church in Avon.


Faith Christian School Has

Announced Honor Roll Students


Faith Christian School has
announced the names of stu-
dents who have attained the
honor roll for the fifth six
weeks period.
ALL A's
First grade: Hannon Smith
and Michael Ramsey.
Second grade: Leslie Gra-
ham.
Third grade: Pam Cotter,
Chris Pate, Howard Richards,
and Robbie Young.
ALL A's and B's
First grade: Cy Riley, Jerod
McNabb, DeWanna Davidson,
Ty Young, Laurel Raffield,
Eddie Ramsey, Paul Gant,
Kim Clayton and Shay Asbell.
Second grade: Mickey Gain-
nie, Jerry Gilbert, Jim John-
son, Traci Marion, Brian Peif-
fer and Ken Tharpe.
Third grade: Mike Bate-


man, Darryl Davidson, Tom-
my Ford, Paige Johnson, Lee
Parker, Robert Quarles, Andy .
Richards and Edward Wood.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Rich,
Jr. wish to announce the birth
of their daughter, April Mich-
elle. She was born Thursday,
April 27, weighing eight lbs.,
two ounces at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital in Pan-
ama City.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Barton and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Rich, Sr. She is
the first great-grandchild of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich and
Clifford "Windy" Tharpe of
Port St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Barton and Mrs. Ellen
Johnson of Alton, Mo.


ANNOUNCING
A
NEW LOAN
SERVICE


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Al friends and relatives are
invited to attend the ceremony
which will be solemnized in
the St. James Episcopal
Church on June 16 at 8:00 P.M.
A reception will follow in the,
Parish Hall.


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First United

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

CHURCH SCHOOL ....... ............... 9:45 A.M.
PREACHING SERVICE .......... 11 A.M. &7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ....... 5:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M.

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Old Fashion Carnhi

May 6, 7 am- 2pm

At corner of Hwy. 98 & 2nd

Sponsored by Kiwanis C

Featuring hot dogs, hamburgers,

fashioned ice cream cones, panca

from 7-10 a.m. and much more.



WHITE ELEPHANT S
The Kiwanis would like to collect your valid
"junk" for this sale. All monies derived wi
used for youth work in Port St. Joe. If you
get rid of your valuable "junk" call one o
members listed below.

GANNON BUZZETT......... 229-8771 ELDON MILLER .......
JOHN W. COOLEY .......... 227-1723 W. T. MOSELY, JR......
JIMCOX ................... 227-1210 SILAS PLAYER ........
GEORGE DUREN........... 229-8398 GENE RAFFIELD .....
FRANK HANNON ........... 227-1133 BILLY RICH, JR......:.
DR. JOSEPH HENDRIX ..... 227-1163 WILLIAM J. RISH ......
KENNETH'HERRING ....... 229-8251 R. E. SIMON............
DR. ROBERT E. KING ...... 227-1812 JOHN R. SMITH ........
CURTIS LANE ............. 229-6395 JOE ST. CLAIR........
JOHNIE McCURDY ......... 227-1724 GEORGE WIMBERLY,


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978


Typical Day In the Life


of A Small Town Sheriff


Ladies Give 100 Hours of Service


S Richard Zyski, second from left, Municipal Hospital
Administrator, is shown presenting pins to members of the
Hospital Auxiliary last Wednesday afternoon. The pins were
in recognition of the contribution of 100 or more hours of
service by each member who received it.


Shown from left are; Ira Gorham, Mr. Zyski, Pat
Cowart, R.N.; Louise Parker, Auxiliary president; Luverne
Ramsey, Marie Davis, Emmie Joines, Mary Alice Lyons,
Betty Gilbert and Elsie Simon. -Starphoto


Thirty minutes in the aver-
age day of a small county
sheriff include:
A man calling in that some-
one or something hqs poisoned
his pet coon and he wants the
Sheriff to find out just why he
died.
A man with 150 hives of bees
moves into a settled area out
in the county and his 150 hives
of bees are making life miser-
able for his neighbors ... and
now, for the Sheriff.
Horses getting loose and
running through yards; roost-
ers crowing at the wrong time
of day or night and dogs
roaming freely.
A woman saying, "My hus-
band is crazy and he's after
me with a gun". Both woman
and man turn on any officer
who tries to interfere.
Man phoning in and com-
plaining, "My wife is drunk
and has run off with the
baby".
Gulf County Sheriff Ken
Murphy said all of these calls
came into his office within a
period of 30 minutes one
morning last week. "It's typi-


cal", he said, "Of a day in the
Sheriff's office where there
are too many calls to answer
with too few men, working too
many hours."
Sheriff Murphy said his
goal is to reach a point where
his men may work a 40 hour
week. "We're now down to 50
hours a week, unless an
emergency arises". Sheriff
Murphy said his office now,
offers coverage 24 hours a day
in both ends of the county.
"This has not only given
better protection to our peo-
ple, but it has decreased our
travel mileage by 20 miles per
man a week. This means a
savings of taxes."
Sheriff Murphy said he
doesn't get' out of the office as
much as he would like due to a
shortage of manpower, but
that he has made the time to
carry on a program in the
schools aimed at fostering
obeying the law. "We think it
is having some effect", he
said.
Murphy also said his office
has initiated alcohol rehabili-
tation and church services for


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Career Award Presented to Raffield's


e Each year the Florida
Career Development Associa-
tion (FCDA) presents awards
for outstanding contributions
to Career Development.
Prior to this year awards
have been presented to indivi-
dual educators and civic or-
ganizations making outstand-
ing contributions to Career
Development. This year two
additional awards have been
added: one to a high school
student and one to a business
or industry who were recog-
nized for their contributions.
It is with a great deal of
pride the Career Development
Center of Gulf County Schools
announces our nomination
was the first to be presented
the award for a business or


industry in Florida.
Gene Raffield, of Raffield
Fisheries, and Frank Barnes
attended the awards breakfast
at the Downtown Holiday Inn,
in Tampa where the awards
were presented by the presi-
dent of FCDA, Jim Preston,. :
to Raffied Fisheries, of Port
St. Joe; Teri Lee Clements, a
Junior at Palatka High
School; Ida B. Zucca, Career
Guidance Specialist with
Orange County Career Educa-
tion Project, and Florida Fe-
deration of Business and Pro-
fessional Womens Clubs, Inc.


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HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friends
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES .... 11:00A.M.&7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


Rev. William N. Stephens,
Pastor


Nursery Provided


Alice and Crystal Kennington


Celebrate Birthdays


Crystal Kennington cele-
brated her third birthday
April 28 and her sister Alice
celebrated her first birthday
on April 13. They enjoyed cake
and ice cream with cousins
and other family members
this past Saturday at St.
Joseph State Park.
Crystal and Alice are the
daughters of Mr. and Mrs.


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George L. Kennington III.
Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kenning-
ton Jr. and maternal grand-
parents are Mrs. Mary Neel
and the late Mr. Wade Neel,
all of Port St. Joe.


prisoners lodged in the Gulf
County Jail. "They get pretty
good attendance because the
prisoners are willing to attend
anything to get out of their cell
for a while, and, who knows,
some of it may rub off on
them."
Guests of the club were
Dean Fenn of Tallahassee and
Bill Ebersole of Rome, Ga.


For City Commissioner

VOTE FOR -

John Robert Smith

Who Has

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We call Star Cat the
uncatamaran because she's
safe, stable. and dry .. at any speed. Yet she's
quick as a cat... really flies in a good breeze. And, at
5.6 meters (18 ft. 4 in.), she makes daysailing com-
fortable for up to 6 adults. Hanging by your teeth
sopping wet looks great. But, for sheer enjoyment, it
leaves something to be desired. A desire that this boat
satisfies superbly.


y/k St. Joe


Cm Sailing Service

SALES LESSONS DEMONSTRATIONS
ON DISPLAY AT

MARQUARDT MARINA
Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
Phone 648-8900


WllAREIH IlSE


Mattresses and Box Springs
Floor samples, soiled, mis-matched.


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Entrance


Reid Ave. Port St. Joe


PAGE FIVE


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across street from Guidance Clinic


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CETA Program

Has Jobs Open
Director of CETA programs
for Gulf County has an-
nounced job openings for three
positions: coordinator of sum,
mer programs, leader of sum-
mer programs and grounds-
building maintenance work-
ers. Applicants for the sum-
mer program positions must
be 20-22 years of age to be
eligible for these jobs.
All applications must be
completed and returned to the
CETA office no later than May
12.


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passenger. Mike Hall, barely missed being hit by a

Driver Barely .


oe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978


Dixie Youth Sponsoring Ladies' Tourneyr


The Dixie Youth Baseball
League will sponsor a Ladies'
Softball Tournament next
weekend, May 12, 13 and 14.
Registration is restricted to
Class B and C teams, and to
the first 12 teams entering.
Entrance fee is $45.00. and


is Apalchicola Northern Railroad train late Saturday after-
n noon. He swerved to miss the train and his car overturned.


kisses Getting


Hit by AN Train Saturday


A driver and his automobile
barely missed being hit by a.
train at the crossing on Ave-
nue A near North Garrison
"Avenue last Saturday after-
noon about 5:00 p.m.
According to Assistant Po-
lice Chief Roy Robertson,
Johnny Lee Gainer. 43, of 107


Apollo Street, was approach-
ing the crossing to fast to stop
and saw the train coming
across the road. Robertson
said Gainer applied his brakes
and the car skidded, leaving
the road on the right side and
bouncing across the tracks in
front of the train, approaching


at about 12 miles per hour. released, but Hall was kept for
SWhen the car hit.the tracks, it observation'
bounced across and overturn-' Gainer was charged by City
ed, landing on its top on the Police with driving under the
shoulder of the road.. influence, no driver license
Gainer and a passenger, and no tag on the automobile.
Mike Hall, 22, were taken to The accident was investi-
the hospital for treatment. gated'by City Patrolman Bob
Gainer was examined and Lightfoot.


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balls will be provided.
The tourney will be held in
the Dixie Youth Baseball com-
plex in Forest Park, off Tenth
St., with two games going
simultaneously. Ladies should
note that fences in these fields.
are 165 feet.


Special events include home
run derby, base running con-
test and throwing accuracy.
Rosters and entry fees are
due at the Port St. Joe Recrea-
tion office, P. O. Box 206, no
later than May 10, or you may
call 229-6119 to make reserva-


tion.
All proceeds from the tour-
ney will be used to finance the -
Dixie Youth Baseball pro-
gram in Port St. Joe.
"The silent man is the best to
listen to." Japanese proverb,


Correction
to ad in The Star last week
the Free Clinic will be


May 6, 1978
not May 16, 1978


Clinic

Special
One Day
Only


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Reg.-299.95
Save 120.95


Wewa "Trouble Shooters


Headed for State Contest


Wewahitchka High School P.O. Box 342, Wewahitchka,
Trouble Shooters Head For and Mark Mathes, age 17 P.O
State Contest.... Box 713, Wewahitchka,.will go
Son to compete in the Trouble
Four Wewahitchka High Shooting part of the contest.
School auto mechanics stu- These boys will be looking for
dents, Mark Gay, Mark Ma- trouble under the hood of a
thes, Mark McNamara, and new Plymouth car, that day.
Mike Legrone, have qualified ; ,"IFm proid of our students.
for the state finals of the They beat out tough competi-
Plymouth Trouble Shooting They beat out tough competi-
Contest to be held at Daytona tion on the preliminary writ-
Beach on May II. The top two ten exams to win the right to
qualifiers, Mark Gay, age 18, be in the state contest," said


Mr. Charles Cleckley, instruc-
tor of the shop program at the
school.
The team was selected for
the written test because the'
two.students were among the
best in.the school's auto shop
program. They scored very
highly in the exam which tests
automotive knowledge learn-
ed ..through classroom work
and study. In the state contest
for which they qualified, other


technically-skilled .student
teams, will race them in an
effort to fix a new Plymouth
car Which has been deliber-
ately "bugged".:
State competition winners
will make an expense-paid
trip to Kansas City in June to
compete in the national finals,
with representatives of the'
other 49 states.
SThe Wewahitchka Plymouth
trouble shooting team is spoi-
sored by Buzz Leonard's Chry-
sler Plymouth.
"Plymouth Trouble Shoot-
ing Contests are good experi-
ence for more than the win-
ners," said Mr. Cleckley.
"They show our students that
the automotive service field is
a good rewarding career, and
that there are good paying
jobs available to students with
technical skill and know-
ledge."

Hi School

Registers

Students
Pre-registration activities
Share in progress at Port St. Joe
Junior-Senior High School. All
students in grades seven
through eleven are being ex-
posed to large group sessions
hearing presentations from
various departments by
various instructors. Students
are also involved in classroom
sessions that are being con-
dudted by guidance coun-
selors. Included in the coun-
selor's classroom activities
are reviewing "new" gradua-
tion requirements, showing
some correlation test scores to
student capabilities and
career interests, reviewing
course descriptions listed, in
pre-registration booklets,
assisting students in planning
beyond high school and setting
up preliminary steps toward
finalizing schedules for next
school year.
Parents or students may
check out pre-registration
booklets for overnight, use
from the school library.
Culminating pre-registra-
tion activities will be indivi-
dual counselor-student con-
ferences wherein parents will
be notified for final confirma-
tion of next year's schedules.
All parents are urged to sign
all registration forms that are
being sent home and return
promptly as requested.
Mrs. Sarah Riley, Senior
Counselor, will be working
with grades eighth and tenth,
and upcoming seventh
graders.
Chris Earley will be work-
ing with grades seventh, ninth
and eleventh.


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THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978 PAGE SEVEN


SLO O KIN G


r FORA JOB?


LOOKING


MISC. FOR ISA


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


Public


3 BR home for sale, deep
well & city water, facing bay.
$12,800. $4,000 down, terms.
763-9862;, 4tc4-20

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. 4tp4-13

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

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


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

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

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

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


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

RETIREMENT HOME
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, cen-
tral air and heat, 350' front-
age on Dead Lakes on Jehu
Road, Wewahitchka. Only
$40,000.00.
GOOD RENTAL POTEN-
TIAL PLUS A HOME
Well kept older 2 bedroom
frame home, with an apart-
ment in it, also a duplex
masonry apartment build-
ing. To sell completely fur-
nished. Near downtown
shopping.
WEEKEND RETREAT
One bedroom frame cot-
tage on 6 lots near Cypress
Lodge on Dead Lakes. A
good buy at $7,000.00.
FRANK HANNON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133
3tc 5-4


mO We're Here FobrYou.
S|a Each office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY
>- -~~~- ..- t
F.H.A. approved loan. Down payment $1,-
450.00. Monthly principal and interest pay-
ment $293.94. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, corner lot, cen. h
& a, chain link fence. 1911 Long Ave.


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

New 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 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.'

New Listing! 221 9th St., 2
bdrm, 1 bath, complete w
stove, refrig., dishwasher, 2
window a-c's, curtains and
carpets. New panelling, new
plumbing, screen porch.

2 story older frame home, 2
separate apartments. 3
bdrms up; 2 bdrms, screen
porch down. Separate stair-
way front & back. 708 Long
Ave. $15,000.

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.

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


BEACHES
3 bdrm brick home, nearly
new, in excel. cond. On 2lots
totalling 150' x 150'. A per-
manent home to be prou4df.
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.

Small beach house, needs
some repairs /2 block from
beach. 100' x 75' lot, bargain
at $14,500. 7th 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.

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.


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.


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

Almost new brick home-
1%/ 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.

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

DOUGLAS

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

WHITE CITY
Charles St. 4th on right. 3
bdrm, 2 bath, brick, laundry
room, garage on wooded,
chain link fence lot.

Large frame home and barn
on 2.65 a. 4 bdrms, 2 baths,
liv. rm, dining rm and den
comb., fireplace, scr. porch,
utility porch, stove, ref. &
furn., gas heat & tank,
32,000 btu'AC, concrete
block barns, new pump and
deep well. Bargain, $32,000.

ACREAGE
3 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.


Yard Sale: 523 .3r
Friday and Saturday, s
families. 9 til 5.

19' mullet boat, 2 nets
Call 229-6500 or 227-128:


1975 Brougham mini
Dodge motor, 12,000
front a-c, pb, ps, in
condition. 229-8639.

AKC Registered f
Doberman Pinscher. 4 n
old. Has had ears cropp
has had all shots. If inte
call 229-8877 or 227-1564.

Baby ducks, turkey!
white quail and pharoah
Eggs hatched. Elmo
227-1923.

Camper shell for long
base pick-up. 229-6626.

Beginner's golf ba
clubs, reasonable. 227-:


18%' Seabreeze boa
h.p. Chrysler engine.
lent cond. Less than 6
hours, new heavy dut
vanized trailer & other
Price $1,875 firm. Phone
Wimberly 227-1739 after


Custom draperies,
spreads and show sl
Many fabrics to choose
25 percent discount thr
15. Call Louise Varnum
lachicola, 653-8056.

CB Radis, Johnson,
Surveyor, antennas, ba
tions, terms available.
ern,Auto.


d St., Custom-built mobile home,
several 12 x 65', .2 bdrm, 1 bath,
completely carpeted. House-
type furniture, cent. heat &
s, $750. air. Also house type windows
1. and doors. Located on the Gulf
tfc 5-4 229-8456. tfc 4-27

home, 18' fiber glass boat. Can be
miles, seen at 1105 Garrison, $900.
good See Pauline at Pauline's Rest-
tp 5-4 aurant.
tfc 4-27
emale
months Reduced safe & fast with
edand GoBese Tablets & E-Vap
rested "water pills". Campbell's
tfc 5-4 Drug. 8tp 4-20

s, bob TRAMPOLINES IN STOCK
quail. 6 FT. x 10 FT. OR ROUND
Ford, We deliver and assemble.
tfc 5-4 Terms available. WESTERN
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.
wheel tfc-4-6
Itp 5-4
DRAPERIES-Ready made
g and and custom made. Large sel-
1531. election of swatches to choose
ltc 54 from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
t, 105 Ave., phone 227-1730.
Excel- Visit
0 total MING'S GREENHOUSE
y gal- St. Joe Beach
GH For the best assortment of
e p.m. flowering and foliage plants,
4tc 27 cacti, ferns, succulents and
bedding plants:
bed- 648-5213 tfc 4-13
hades. Custom-made wooden name
from, plaques, for mail boxes, front
u May gates, door posts, etc. Econo-
i, Apa- my Motors & Garden Center,
301 Hwy. 98, HV, 229-6001.
.6tA--6 '"New and used lawnmowers
Craig, for sale. Lawn mowers, tills
ise sta- and garden tractors repaired.
.West- 'Economy Motors & Garden
tfc 3-4 Center, 301 Hwy. 98, HV.
229-601. tfc 4-28


No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use
rooms right away. Rent
macn-ine. OL.fira


machine. St. Joe
227-1251.

FOR STANLEY
PRODUCE'
Call Betty Gi
648-5047


One Realistic CB
side band, has digi
yr. old, paid, $399,
$150. 227-1541.

Package deal:
modern dining table
pads and table ch
and in good coni
1332.

15' fiberglass b
btu window air c
229-6336.

Fancy child's po
Call 229-8446.


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


r urtur 02. DRY cleaning carpets is
S10-23 easier, faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
'HOME Joe Furniture. 227-1251.
TS tfc 10-23
ibert
For carpets cleaned the way
tfc 7-15 professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
I radio with Vac, the portable steam car-
tal clock. 1 pet cleaning system. Avail-
will sell for able at Western Auto, phone
tfc5-4 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16
limed oak -
te, 6 chairs, Why live in the crowded
loth. Clean city? Move your mobile home
edition. 227- to peace, quiet and tran-
It 5-4 quality. Water, garbage collec-
tions, yard mowed, live lei-
)oat, 16,500 surely. Gulf privileges. Only
conditioner. VA approved mobile home
tfc 5-4 park in Gulf County. Ski
Breeze Meadows Trailer Park
my saddle. 9 miles southeast of Port St.
ltp 5-4 Joe on Hwy. S-30. Come out
and enjoy the quiet. Call 229-
6105. tfc 9-29

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


For Rent: 2 bedroom, 1
large, 1 small, furnished a-
partment. On waterfront and
Hwy: 98, Mexico Beach. Call
648-5219after6:00p.m. 2tp5-4

One bedroom furnished
house, J. R. Smith, 227-1549.
tfc 5-4

For Rent: 3 bdrm partially
furnished house, $200 month.
525 10th St., Port St. Joe. Call
639-2686. 2tc 5-4


SERIES


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

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.
Call229-6207
tfc 12-1

Painting & Remodeling
SReasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfe 12-8

FILL DIRT
Front End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
tfn, .-?1
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
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


Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


Carpentry Work Do
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbi
Repairs

Houses or Any Buildi
229-8715 tt


ne Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
tfc 2-2 227-1145. (24 hr.)


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


ngs
tc 2-2


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
tfc 8-5
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
C
BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for information.
24 our
Also
Offering: 0
52tp 7-14 *savkcE

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


For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office


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


GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets-
Vanities Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
White-City, Hwy. 71
Glen Combs
Shop 229-6017 or
229-530
tfc 9-1


THE SAMPLER SHOP
1306 Woodward Ave.
GIFTS
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 5-8 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. -7 p.m.
tfc7-14.


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


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

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






1976 Chevrolet Manza, under
warranty. 4 cyl,, a-c, excel.
cond. Call 229-8478. tfc 5-4.

1976 Chevrolet Luv pick-up,
step-side, 4 spd., excel. cond.
648-5037. 2tc 4-27

1976 Dodge Colt, am-fm
radio, $2,700. Call 227-1360.
ltp 4-27

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

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






RESPONSIBLE PERSON
Wanted to own and operate
candy & confection vending
route in Port St. Joe and sur-
rounding area. Pleasant busi-
ness. High profit items. Can
start part-time, age or experi-
ence not important. Requires
car and $990 cash invest-
ment. For details write and
include your phone.
VENCON CORPORATION
10588 Cushdon Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90064






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
Ave., Port St. Joe, Florida
32456.
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic is an Equal Opportun-
ity Employer.
2t 4-27


Wanted: Aluminum 12' Jon
boat. Call 229-8081. ltp 5-4


Notices
NOTICE
Absentee Ballots for the
Regular Election to be held
May 9, 1978, may be applied
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-
Off Election, Absentee Ballots
may be applied for from May
10, 1978, until 5:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., May 17, 1978. Com-
pleted Absentee Ballots must
be in the City Clerk's Office by
5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 3,1978,
for the Regular Election and
by 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 17,
1978, if there is a Run-Off
Election.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk
4t 4-13

NOTICE OF REGULAR
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that
the first primary of the elec-
tion of the following will be
held at the City Hall Fire,
Station in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, on Tuesday, May
9, 1978: One Commissioner
Ground Three (III) and One
Commissioner Group Four
(IV). The Polls will be open at
7:00 A.M. and will close at 7:00
P.M., E.D.T. When there are
more than two candidates for
any one office and neither
shall receive a majority of the
total votes cast for such office,
then another election shall be
held two weeks from the date
of the first election, or May 23,
1978, at which time the two,
candidates receiving the larg-
est number of votes in the
former election shall be voted
on again.
-s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk
4t 4-13

REGISTRATION OF
FICTITIOUS-NAMES
We the undersigned, do
hereby declare that the names
of all persons interested in the
business or profession carried
on under the name of ST. JOE,
SAILING SERVICE, located
at Mexico Beach, Fla., and th
extent of ownership is: Dr.:
Shirley R. Simpson, owner,
100 percent.
4tc 5-4






NOTICE
NOTICE -
I will not be responsible for
charges other than those in-
curred by me personally.
Mark T. Martin
4t 5-4

R.A.M.-Regular convoca-:
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.;
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-r
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.

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






Waterfront lot with high
bluff overlooking Chipola Cuti
off. Good water from deeLp
well. 168' on Hwy 22 A plus 175t
on water. Call Benton Hamnr
at639-2781. tfc5-4

Lot for sale at Beacon Hill;
100' x 50'. Call 648-5315. 2tp 5-4

3 BR, 2 bath block house,:
cent. heat and air, Indian Pase
Beach. 2294845. 2tp5-



STRAD
CENTER -


Three-quarters of all the-
corn moving in world trade it:
a recent year was grown by'
American farmers.
*


Eldon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate


648-5011

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


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THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY. MAY 4, 1978


PAGE SEVEN


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Local Players


Lead Livingston


Three young men from Port
St. Joe have been early lead-
ers for Livingston University's
(Livingston, Ala.) baseball
team.
Two brothers, Kenny and
Denzil Weimorts are top hit-
ters on the squad with .400 plus
batting averages, and Keef
Pettis, a walk-on freshman
pitchers has been the top on
the Tiger mound staff through-
out the early goings of the
season.
The Livingston University
Tigers' record stood at 16-9
recently. As a team the Tigers
are hitting .318.
Kenny Weimorts heads up
the Tiger hitters with .431.
Brother Denzil is close behind
with a .424 average.
Denzil leads in home runs
for the team, and Kenny leads


1Rish Proposes


Transport Cash


for Jr. C(
In a move to ensure that
community college students in
rural counties will not be
denied their educations for
lack of adequate transporta-
tion, Rep. William J. Rish
helped insert into the House
appropriations bill money to
assist community colleges in
'transporting their students.
Rish, D-Port St. Joe, and
Rep. Wayne Mixson, D-
Marianna, successfully added
$135,000 to the appropriations
bill for the transportation
program.
"For many of these stu-
dents, having such transporta-
:tion makes the difference
between whether or not they
can attend college," Rish said.

Mrs. Paul

Dies In

Hospital
Mrs. Minnie Lee Paul,
Panama City, died April 26 in
the Bay Memorial Hospital.
She was a native of Geneva,
Al. and had been a resident of
Panama City for the past five
years after moving there from
Port St. Joe.
She is survived by four sons:
James C. Paul, Clarence Paul,
William A. Paul and Milland
-'Smokey" Paul, all of
Panama City.
Funeral services were held
Friday at 10:00 a.m. CST in
.the Springfield Community
Church, with Rev. J. W. Hunt
officiating. Burial was in the
Jehu Cemetery, Wewahitch-
ka. St. Clair Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge of
:arrangements.


College
The issue took on promi-
nence last year when it ap-
peared that the buses running
to the community colleges
would have to be discontinued
for lack of funds.
"We have fought this battle
for a long time," Rish said,
"and now we have accom-
plished our goal, if we can just
get the Senate to agree to it."
Rish expressed pleasure
over the House taking what he
termed to be "a giant step
forward in recognizing the
educational needs of our rural
citizens and helping to meet
them."

IN APPRECIATION
LOVE is a wonderful word
our Lord spoke, when it is
done by His children.
I'd like to say thanks to Dr.
Wayne Hendrix, Dr. Shirley
Simpson, the nurses and
aides, the complete hospital
staff for kindness shown to me
during my days in the hos-
pital. For the pastors' prayers
and my own pastor's, Rev. Bill
Wilson, who was a patient at
the time of my sickness.
Thanks for the many visits,
'flowers, cards, and prayers of
my friends.
May our heavenly Father
bless all who are dedicated in
-showing love for others.
Bell DuBose


In parts of India it was cus-
tomary to tie together the
clothing of a bride and groom.


Results of Week's Play

In Dixie, Softball


CHURCH LEAGUE
Oak Grove Assembly of God
plays the Beach Baptist
Chapel in the first game at
7:00 on Mbnday night. Long
Avenue will face First United
Methodist in the second game
at 8:15, and at 9:30, Oak Grove
will play First Baptist.
DIXIE BOYS
The only game played this
week in the Dixie Boys will be
this afternoon, when the West-
ern Flyers host Ralph & Pate.
at 5:30.
MAJOR LEAGUE
Friday, Ford Western faces
the Boxers in the afternoon
game at 5:30. The Hard Stars
will vlav the Dozers in the
nightcapper at 8:00.
MINOR LEAGUE
Telco hosts Basic this after
noon at 5:30. The Patriots and
Sylvachem will wind "- the
week of baseball on Friday.
WEEK OFF
All leagues in the Dixip
Youth Baseball program will
have a week off nex 'k. No
games will be played May
8-12, as the league prepares
for the Ladies' softball tour-
ney which they are sponsoring
to raise money.

WINNER'S LAST WEEK
In the Major Leagues, the
Hard Stars defeated the Box-
ers on Monday and lost to


Ford Western on Friday. Ford
Western also won their game
against the Krafties on Tues-
day. The Boxers defeated the
Dozers Wednesday, and the
Dozers downed the Krafties on
Friday.
In the Dixie Boys league,
Rotary had a good week,
downing both Ralph's and
Pate's and Raffield's. Ralph's
and Pate's defeated Raffields
last Thursday.
In the Minor League, Sylva-
chem won their games against
Telco- and Basic, and Rotary
also won their two games,
against Florida Bank and
Basic. Telco defeated Florida
Bank on Thursday.


PROFESSIONAL
HONEST
AUTHORITATIVE
RELIABLE
MODERN
ACCURATE
COURTEOUS
INTERESTED
SINCERE
TRUSTWORTHY


FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................. 9:45A.M.
MOP G WORSHIPSERVICE ...... 11:00 A.M.
.TRAINING ................ 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.
"Come ana worship God with Us"


The project of a nursing
home for Port St. Joe is now on
the last leg of a long battle to
acquire a certificate of need
from the Florida Panhandle
Health Systems Agency, for
construction of a 120 room
facility here. The certificate of
need is vital to allow construc-
tion of the service.
The Regional Committee
of the Panhandle Health,
Systems Agency, at its April
meeting, recommended ap-
proval for the establish-
ment of a nursing home
facility here.
This leaves only one step left
until the final verdict is reach-
ed as to whether the certifi-


cate will be approved by the
state. That step is the appro-
val of the proposal by Grag
Shanika, head of Panhandle
Health Systems Agency. Shan-
ika usually acts according to
the recommendation of his
committees.
If Shanika should approve
the certificate of need, which
appears probable, then in all
likelihood, Port St. Joe should
see construction begin in the
near future on a nursing home
by Health Care Services of
Pensacola.


In 1925 it was possible to
buy an automobile for as
little as $2601


'e pend on him for prompt attentlopd
50 all your drug and prescriptiao
needs WHENever you call
BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE


Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams
Convenient Drive-In Window
Plenty of Free Parking


i


his teammates in runs scored
with 19, and leading hitter
with 28 hits to his credit.
Keef Pettis along with
Randy Smith is leading the
Tiger pitching staff. Pettis has
a 4-2 record with an earned
run average of 2.01.
Kenny and Denzil are the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Weimorts of White City. Keef
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Pettis of 1015 Marvin
Ave.


Conducting.

Health

Survey
In the next two weeks over
700 households in the Florida
Panhandle will be asked to
participate in a household
health survey. All information
given by individual respon-
dents will be absolutely confi-
dential. Under contract with
the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services and
the Florida Panhandle Health
Systems Agency, the Institute
for Social Research of the
Florida State University will
be conducting the health sur-
vey in the Panhandle counties.'
The information will be used
by the Florida Panhandle
Health Education Resources
Center (HERC). The HERC is
a nonprofit corporation whose
primary function is to pro-
mote consumer health pro-
grams available to all resi-
dents of the area. Locally, the
following agencies are provid-
ing "volunteers" to conduct
the household interviews: The
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association, Inc.
Within the next two weeks,
properly identified inter-
viewers will be calling on the
700 household- each of which
has been randomly selected
for inclusion in the study so as
to give a representative pic-
ture of consumer health needs
in the Panhandle.

New Regulation

Registers Guns
Currently the Bureau of Al-
cohol, Tobacco and Firearms
(BATF) is proposing new
regulations which would esta-
blish a computerized national
registration system. It will
cover all firearms-rifles,
shotguns and handguns- and
set the groundwork for the
stated goal of President Car-
ter and the Justice Depart-
ment-registration of all pri-
vate firearms.
The National Rifle Associa-
tion urges all its members and
concerned citizens. to protest
this usurpation by the BATF
of the powers of Congress and
the abuse of privacy rights
which this registration entails.
You are urged to write and
protest before May 15, the
proposed rule changes to 27
CFR, Parts 47, 178 and 179.
Send comments, in duplicate,
to:
Director, Bureau of Alco-
hol, Tobacco and Firearms,
Washington, D.C. 20226, Atten-
tion: Regulations and Proce
dures Division.
Send a copy of your protest
to your Senator and Congress-
man.

Search On for

Soccer Teams
The Recreation Department
is running a county-wide sur-
vey to determine how many.
people are interested in form-
ing soccer teams for local and
district competition.
If you are interested call
229-6119, and leave your name,
age and phone number.


=Mom *


VANITY CABINET
With cultured
marble top
Du.able whil Ilen1 oWi rt h old
mlor rIM. 8mth wllm lMtt
"... to. CM*

140e074329"0

EARLY WARNING
SMOKE
& FIRE
ALARM
On rd 24 hour A ddy, Ionization datito. 5 yr.
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SIn lght to indicate battery. Circuitry ara func-
tlonlng. 9volt alkaline
No. ,,e. I
Reg. 1:7.88


GARAGE SWEEP
Heavy duty sweep with still fll for moving
heavy debris and dirt
under we. or dry con-
ditlons. No. 44057.
EACH


Pro-Hung
NTEROR
DOOR
UNIT.f
SIZES: 16
x 6- thru
3-0 x 64.


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Start with

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you decide. WESTwII be 0 to help. No. 820348
This pcedoesnot Include contertop, nk or lucel.






FIERMLASS
ROOF PANELS


a.5 9.12 Ft. PW4 o i 7n
0p heat ouIt, to beell mo hundred


These cabinets can be used
for homes, apartments, office,
kitchen, anywhere!
This only oofn mO n un Is you can me.ak wh these caubDetl
or des n your own unit for your persons teats.
301" Tel Ban Cabinet BT24 (40. 00ea.) No. 820342 ........ 80.00
Single re rnlOer HOI eDes Unit 024 No. 820335 ..... 200
BtlecTop2 UR 3top No. 820... ...... ..... ....39.00
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270.00


PAGE FIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978


Nursing Home


Project Faces


Last Test


YOUR


PHARMACIST


James R. Folmer, representative of drawing of the proposed nursing home here.
Health Care Services of- Pensacola, shows a -Star photo


WEST BUILDING MATERIALS CENTER

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.Gulf Coast Offering


"Courses In Port St. Joe


Two courses, Freshma
English II (ENC 1136) ar
Introduction to Oral Con
-inunication (SPC 1600i will b
offered this summer in Po
St. Joe by Gulf Coast Con
munity College.
Freshman English II,

Tyndall

Offering

-Speakers
Armed Forces Week 19'
will be observed during tl
,week of May 15-20 and as pa
-of the local activities Tynda
AFB is offering speakers fi
programs of the various ar
:civic clubs.
The military speakers w:
offer a variety of subjects thi
are designed to help expla
various Air Force jobs an
"defense missions.
SClub presidents, program
chairmen or other club off
cials who would like to a
range for a military speak
-during Armed Forces Wet
should call the Public Affair
Office at .Tyndall, telephone
'283-2965, to make the nece
sary arrangements.

SSUBSCRIBE TO THE STATE


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S Monday, May 8
SMacaroni and cheese, pea
=sliced tomatoes, buttered bu
cookie or cake, milk.
-:: Tuesday, May 9
Country fried steak, Engli;
peas with carrots, peace
-:olls, milk.
Wednesday, May 10
,. Fried chicken, mashed pot
Itoes with gravy, green veg


in three credit hour course deal-
id ing with composition and a
n- critical study of language and
e the essay, will meet each
rt Monday and Wednesday be-
n- ginning May 15 from 6:30-10
p.m. at Port St. Joe High
a School.
Registration for this course
will be held on a ONE TIME
ONLY basis on May 15 begin-
ning at 6:30 p.m. in the high
school.
Introduction to Oral Com-
munication, a three credit
hour course dealing with the
78 practical applications of ver-
he bal and non-verbal communi-
rt cation, will meet each Tues-
ill day and Thursday evening
or beginning May 16 from 6:30-10
ea p.m. Instructor for the course
i is Larry Bolinger.
Registration for Oral Com-
ill munication will be held on a
at ONE TIME ONLY basis on
in May 16 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
l in the high school.
Cost for either course is $36.
m Textbooks for both courses
fi- may be purchased during the
r- registration. The summer ses-
er sion ends June 22.
ek According to Bob McSpad-
rs den, dean of academic affairs,
ne a schedule of courses to be
s- offered by the college in the
fall is currently.being plan-
ned. Anyone wishing to see a
R particular course offered in



If County

School Lunch



Menus


table, rolls, milk.
s, Thursday, May 11
n, Lasagna, tossed salad,
green beans, roll, milk.
Friday, May 12
h Sloppy Joe with bun, sliced
s' tomato, French fries, cookie
or cake, milk.
a- Menus are subject to change
e- due to availability of food.


the Port St. Joe. area is asked
to contact McSpadden at
GCCC, 769-1551.


1 Changes Made In Social Security


Legislation recently enacted age. They are:
into law made a very im- Tips-- The Federal mir
portarit change in how mum wage law allows
"quarters of coverage," used employer to pay an, employ
to. decide eligibility for all up to 50 percent less than th
social security benefits are Federal minimum wage if t:
earned, says David Robinson, employee receives tips th
Social Security Representa- made up the difference l
tive for Gulf County. tween actual pay and t]
Before any benefits can be minimum wage. Under t
paid to a worker or his or her new law, employers under th
dependents or survivors, the provision of the minimum
worker must have enough
credit for work covered by
social security. "Quarters of
coverage" is the measure
used by social security to
determine the amount of 7wrr l *Te *


covered work a person needs;
Under the old law, most'
employees earned a quarter of
coverage for each calendar
quarter in which they were
paid $50 or more in wages.
covered by social security.
Agricultural workers earned
one quarter of coverage for
each $100 of covered annual
earnings up to four quarters of
coverage in a year. Self-
employed people earned four
quarters of coverage if they
had $400 or more in net
earnings from self-employ-
ment for the year.
Beginning with 1978, all
workers and self-employed
people will earn one quarter of:
coverage for each $250 in
covered annual earnings up to
a total of four quarters for the
year based on annual earnings
of $1000 or more..
In addition, Robinson went
on, the $250 measure will be
increased each year to take
account of increases in
average wage levels. No
changes were made in the
rules governing how many
quarters of coverage are need-
ed for people to be eligible for
benefits..
Other important changes
were made in the rules con-
cerning social security cover-


Wildlife


Plans for fall hunting trips
to Florida's wildlife manage-

Seniors


Visit at,

Gulf Coast
Port St. Joe Junior-Senior
High School seniors attended
Gulf Coast Community
College Wednesday, April 12,
along with seniors from other
high schools. Seniors were
given opportunities to become
acquainted with. school per-
sonnel, course offerings, ad-
mission and financial aid in-
formation, and tours of. the
campus.
Seniors were accompanied
by Mrs. Sarah Arrant and
Coach Kesley Colbert, senior
sponsors.

SCHMIDTS TRAVELLING
Bill and Ouida Schmidt are
vacationing in California and
Washington visiting their chil-
dren and families. While there
they are enjoying the recent
arrival of a new grandson.


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wage law, are liable for the
employer's share of the social
security tax on tips which
have been counted as wages
for purposes of the minimum
wage law. The change is
effective beginning with 1978.

Members of the clergy--
Under the old law, services of
a member of the clergy were
covered as self-employment


unless the person filed an
irrevocable waiver of cover-
age. The new law gives mem-
bers of the clergy who filed
such a waiver a one-time
opportunity to revoke it for
present and future years.
These changes, along with
the many others made in
social security by the new law,
are more fully described in a
leaflet which will soon be


Fr Fall Hunting In


Areas Being Made


ment areas can be finalized
after Friday, May 5.
That's when the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission
will adopt regulations govern-
ing the more than 50 wildlife
management areas in the
state as well as adopting the
wildlife code for 1978-1979.
The five-member Commis-
sion will meet at 9 a.m. May 5
in the auditorium of the Com-
mission headquarters, 620 S.
Meridian Street, Tallahassee,
and members of the public are
urged to attend.
At the meeting, Cecil C.
Bailey, 76, of Jacksonville,
will be sworn in as the newest
member of the Commission.
The attorney will complete the
unexpired term of Randolph
R. Thomas who recently re-
signed.
Commissioners will hear a
report on the results -of a
public hearing April 25 in West
Palm Beach. A proposal was
presented at that hearing on
releasing hogs trapped from
the Fisheating Creek Wildlife
Management Area on the J.
W. Corbett Wildlife Manage-
ment Area. Under the propo-


sal, approximately one-fourth
of the Corbett Area would be
closed to hunting with dogs for
an indefinite period.
Other items on the agenda
include reports on the Young
Adult Conservation Corps and
the Commission's selection
process for alligator trapping
agents and initiation of the
control program.
A workshop for Commis-
sioners and members of the
administrative and field staff
is set for 1 p.m. Thursday,
May 4. The meeting is open to
the public but no formal action
will be taken at that time.
Members of the Commission
are: Dr. Donald G. Rhodes of
West Eau Gallie; R. Bernard
Parrish Jr. of Tallahassee;
George G. Matthews of Palm
Beach and Nelson A. Italiano
of Tampa.


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Plus $1.71 F.E.T. and old tire.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


-Jerodme Cartier,
Minister of Music


MAYBE YOU DON'T NEED A MECHANIC.

MAYBE YOU NEED A NEW CAR.
The last time you took your car in for repairs, did you get the feeling your
mechanic was looking to finance a month's vacation? In Madrid?
Maybe it's time you took one last look at your old car. And started looking at a new one.
The place to start is Florida National. With Florida National's help, you can get
the car you want, new or used, with a monthly payment you can live with.
You can afford a new car. And your mechanic can stay home.
WE KNOW HOW IT IS.
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at Port St. Joe
: _,_ 504 Monument Avenue 904/229-8282
SMember FDIC
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SUP-R-BELT two polyester cord body plies.
Size Black F.E.T. Size Black F.E.T.
878-14 $33.00 $1.92 E78-15 $38.00 .23t
C78-14 34.00 1.97 F78-15 39.00 2.44
E78-14 35.00 2.19 G78-15 41.00 2.55
F78-14 38.00 2.34 H78-15 44.00. 2.77
G78-14 40.00 2.47 J78-15 46.00 2.96
H78-14 43.00 2.70 L78-15 48.00 3.05
Whitewalls add $2 to $4. All prices plus tax and old tire.


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DELUXE CHAMPION'"
Size White F.E.T. Size White F.E.T.J
ER78-14 $43.00 S236 GR78-15 $50.00 $2.75
FR78-14 47.00 2.51 HR78-15 56.00 2.94
GR78-14 49.00 2.65 JR78-15 58.00 3.08
HR78-14 53.00 2.82 LR78-15 61.00 3.22 I
All prices plus tax and old tire.


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The telephone number is
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* Westinghouse Freezers Hotpoint and Westinghouse Refrigerators
* Hotpoint Electric Stoves Sunray Gas and Electric Stoves
* Statford, Comfort, Pinacle, Wayneline, Craftmaster, Dresden Benchcraft
Living Room Groups
* Bassett, Singer, Florida, Kincaid, Bassett Bedroom Furniture
* Stoneville, Rachlin, Memphis Dinettes Singer and Bassett Dining Rooms
* La-Z-Boy, Franklin, McKeehan Recliners and Chairs
* Cocktail and Commode Tables, Bean Bags
* Lamps, Hassocks, Folding Metal Chairs, Bar Stools
* Carpet and Rugs


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Fresh Sliced
Park Liver
Fresh Pork
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Register's Dry Cured
Whole or Half
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Nabisco, 14 Oz.
Chips Ahoy89C
Ritz 12 Oz.
Crackers 9


Meadow Gold Dutch Holland '/2 Gal.
Ice Cream $1.39


Dixie Home
POT PIES 4
16 Oz. Winter Garden
Speckled Butter Beans
17 Oz. Pepperidge Farm
CHOCOLATE CAKE


17 Oz. Pepperidge Farm
GOLDEN CAKE
Package of 2
Morton PIE SHELLS


Fine Fare 4 Roll Pkg.
TOILET TISSUE
Big Rolls Fine Fare
PAPER TOWELS
Heinz Hamburger
DILL SLICES
Fine Fare 16 Oz.
COFFEE CREAMER


Del Monte Yellow Cling
SLICED PEACHES


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NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that
S, Wednesday the 31st day of May, 1978, at eleven o'clock (A.M.) tax sale certificates
will besold on the following described lands to pay the amount duefor taxes herein set
opposite the same, together with all cost of such sale, and all advertising. Sale'to be
held at the Gulf County Courthouse at Port St. Joe, County of Gulf, Florida.


LEGAL DESCRIPTION OWNER
BEACON HILL SUBD.
'BIk. 6, Lot 13 R.C.Harold
BIk. 20, Lot 14 H.B. Lewis
BURGESS CREEK SUBD.
BIk. 1, Lot 13 UndaMayhann
Blk. 2, Lot 11 & N. 100 Ft. of -C.J.Wicks
Lot 10
CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES No.1 I
Bik. 6, NI/ of lot 6 & Lots 7 & 8 Empire Nitroger
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
St. Joe Heights, BIk. A, Lot 6 Bessie Bewey
St. Joe Heights, elk. A, Lot 23 George Lee Thor
Blk. 15, S. 10 ft. of lot 22 & All lot George Christo,
24
81k. 35, Lot 12 Glenn W. Kent
BIk. 37, Lot 7 & EVi of Lot S James Tankersli
Blk, 37, Lots 6 & 8 St. Joe PaperMi
Blk. 42, S. 70 ft. of lots 28, 30 Gene Stevenson I
lBk. 67, Lot 8 Jack Randolph S
lBk. 78, Lot 16 O. F. Bouington I
lBk. 89, Lot 6 LarryClayton
Blk. 1001, Lot 22 Margaret Bewey
Blk. 1005, Lot 10 Mrs. Lela Gant
BIk. 1006, Lot 10 Billy Quinn
Blk. 1006, NA of lot 12 Cora LeeQuinn G
BIk. 1 06, Sml of lot 12 Margaret Bewey
81k. 1006, Lot 17 ErneSt L. & Dolli
Blk. 1008, Lot 9 B. C.Quinn
BIk. 1009, Lot 13 & W. 23 ft. of lot Elizabeth H. Will
15


BIk. 1009, Lot 18 Eddie Jr. & Dian
81k. 1015, Lot 23 Willie Lee Borde
BIk. 1015, Lots 24, 26 Nathan Peters,.
S BIk. 1016, Lot 8 & Wi/a of lot 10 Mrs. Annie G. Gi
Blk. 1016, Lot 17 Juanita Martin E
BIlk. 1017, Lot 34 Timothy Cooper
BIk. 1018, Lots 26, 28 Ernest M. Jones
BIk. 1019, Lot 4: Chester Gant, Jr
Blk. 1022, Lot 22 Robert L. Ford E
BIk. 1022, Lot 6 Christine E. Bail
1. 1023, S. 22.5 ft. of 17, N. 57.15 William Filmore
ft. of Lot 19
BIk. 1023, S. 42.5 ft. of 9, N. 37.5 Z. W. Jones
ft. of 11
BIk. 1023, S. 47.5 ft. of 7, N. 32.5 Kylar Hamilton
ft. of 9
BIk. 1023, S. 57.5 ft. of 3, N. 22.5 Eddie Julius
ft. of 5
BIk. 1023, S. 47.5 ft. of 8, N. 32.5 Willie Anthony
ft. of 10
BIk. 1023, S. 37.5 ft. of 12, N. 42.5 ClydeGarland
ft. of 14
BIk. 1023, S.27.5 ft. of 16, N. 52.5 Mary Lou Freer
ft. of 18
Blk. 1023, S. 22.5 ft. of 18, N. 57.5 David Floyd Pri,


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Bk. 1. Lot 4,&E.4ft. 9 in.oflot3 James C. & Emma Taunton
COCHRAN LANDING PROP. UNRECORDED


BIk. 1, Lot 1
BIk. 1, Lot 2
Blk. 1, Lot 12
C. P. GAULDINGS ADD.
Bik. B, Lot 16 & E1l of lot 9
81k. D, Lot 1
DOUGLAS LANDING SUBD.
BIk. 2, Lot 7
BIk. 3, Lot 7, ORB 68-299
BIk. 5, Lots 4, 5
BIk. 6, Lot 1, ORB 67.448
Blk. 8, Lot 1
BIk. 8, Lots 14, 15
FOREHAND 3RD ADD.


Peavy Mims
Peavy Mims
Loston Carter
Donald Rhames
Willoughby L. Whitfield
Harold J. Davis
Kenneth W. Fortner
Barbara Pierson & Clifford
Hubert Hutchinson Sr. Et Ux
Carl L. Fernandez
J. K. & Hazel Pettis


Blk. A, Lot 7 Jimmy A. Smith
Blk. A, Lot 6 Jimmy A. Smith
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBD.
Ik. 6, Lots 1, 2 Troy Flowers
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBD.
BIk. C, Lots 1, 2 DwightM. Cearley
BIk. D, SV/ of Lot 5 Donald Gene Rhames
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES SUBD.
BIk. 4, El/ of lot 2 John Starling & J. C. Farmer
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBD.
BIk. 1, Lot 8 KatieG.Cauley
LAKESIDE SUBD. TO WEWA
BIk. D, E. 80 ft. of lots 15 & 16. Elaine Hawthorne
Rec'd ORB 66110 from Southern
J Home Builders
MEEKS LAKE SUBD.
Blk. 2, Lot 9 J.C. Kinney
3Bk. 3, Lot 9 D. L. Emanuel
MONEY BAYOU SUBD. No. 1 j l
Blk A, Loi 3 Willar..J(in c
BIk A. Lol 4 Cnesler Gant. Jr
SBlk. D, Lot 7. Robert Joseph
BIk. D, Lot 4 Diamond Hester
BIk. E, Lots 12, 13 Julius Wynn
OAK GROVE SUBD.
BIk. 1, S of lots 2, 4, 6, & all 8 Wilton Kent
BIk. 5, N. 40 ft. of lots 1, 3 Roy David Lee
BIk. 3, Lot 6 Virgal M. Neel
PINE RIDGE SUBD.
BIk. 2, Lot 1 Jimmy L. Frazier
BIk. 3, Lot 6 Willie Ruth Hill
Bk. 4, S. 15 ft. of lot 8 & all lot 10 Charles Ray & Minnie Toney
Blk. 4, Lot 14 Farms Home Adm.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
Blk. 7, Lots 7, 9 James L. Hanlon Et Ux
BIk. 8, Lots 10, 12 John H. Davis
Blk. 11, Lot 1 Carl David Wood
BIk. 11, Lots 2, 4 Carl Wood
BIk. 11, Lots 3, 5 Roy David Lee
Blk. 11, Lot 6 Paul Wayne Wood
UNIT NO. 2
BIk. 39, Lot 5 Darlene W. Gilley
BIk. 39, Lot 7 Douglas L. Gilley, Sr.
RISHES SUBD.
BIk. 3, Lot 17 & ElV of Lot 16 Zora Belle Holley
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBD.
Bik, 5, NI/2 of lot 3 John W.,Carter
BIk. 5, Lot'4 William A. Hollis
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBD. UNIT NO. 1
BIk. 8, Lot 7, Rec'd ORB 60-1050 Howard Foster
BIk. 8, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Howard Foster
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
Blk. M, Lot 4 'Emmilt Smith Et Ux
Blk. M, Lot 5 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
Blk. M, Lot 6 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 7 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 29 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 30 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 31 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 32 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. P, Lot 2 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
UNIT NO. 3
4 BIk. B, Lot 6 Caledia Duren
Blk. B, Lot 7 Gene L. Duren Est. & Audrey
BIk. X, Lot 9 Richard W. White Et Ux
TWIN LAKES SUBD. NO. I
BIk. 15, Lot 6 & N/2 of lot 5 Delbert Vandergrift
WHITFIELD ACRES
Rec'd ORB 55.683 from Riley, Earl L. Eddins
WHITFIELD ACRES 2ND ADDITION


BIk. 11, Lot 4
WILLIAMSBURG SUBD.
BIk. B, Lot 15
S32 T5 R8, 1 Acre Per deed rec'd
25-268
S7 T6 R8, 1 Acre


Nelson & Glenna Helms
Willie Floyd Nobles
Ethel & Jo Ann Whitfield


Robert J. Hall


S9 T6 R8, 1 Acre Ethel & Jo Ann Whit
519 T5 R9, 1 Acre ORB 70.754 Linda & Billy J.May
fror Taylor being 215 ft. x 230 ft.
S20 T5 R9, Rec'd ORB 34-2 H. T. & Ada Jane Ste
S20 T5 R 9 Rec'd ORB 71-639 Billy JoeMayhann E
from Foster. A strip of land in
the NE cor. of NW'A of SW'A of
sect. 20 & joining up to Tindell
S29 TS R9, VI Acre, ORB 66-504 Emanuel L. Jenkins
from Lois Mae Jenkins
S29 T5 R9, 4 Acres in SE cor. of T.W. Davis
SV/ of SE/A of'SE'I of SE'A
S35 TS R9, .45 Acre Rec'd Bk. 27- Ethel & Jo Ann Whit'
156, Less lot to Horton
526T3 R10, 1 Acre Lot 60ft. wide C. J. Wicks
& running 'back to N. line of
Section 25
S15 T4 RIO, 150 ft. lot rec'd ORB L. C. Flowers Et Ux
68-282 from Parker
S23 T4 R10, 5 Acres ORB 38.304 Jerry Johnson Et Ux
In NE cor. of SW A of NW'A & 1
A. in NW'/ of SE'I/ of NW'A
S23 T4 R10, 1 Acre, Recorded In Billy C.Quinn
ORB 10-97
S25 T4 R10, V Acre Rec'd ORB Mrs.A. F. Chason
19654 & ORB 69-151


S25 T4 R10, 1.7 Acres more or
less Rec'd ORB 63-662
536T4 R10,1 2Acres ORB 21-775
S S36 T4 R10, 10 Acres
S36 T4 R10, 5 Acres
S17 TB R10, S Acres
S6 T7 R11, Parcel No. 1 as Sur-
vey shows ORB 55.931
S 536 T8 R12,50 Acres Rec'd ORB
54-1099 being the S. 966.63 ft. of
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Kenny Smith
Lydia Smith Estate
Billy C. Quinn
Dorthy Austin & Abbey Vernon

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HARLAND O. PRIDGEON
GULF'COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


6364.003 107.17
4603 29.89
420 16.61 The Board of County Com-
4720.010 356.04 missioners of Gulf County met
March 28 in regular session
4863 122.13 with the following members
7 890 134.92 present: Jimmy 0. Gortman,
4977 35 Chairman, Leo Kennedy,
5202 101.77 Everett Owens, Jr., William
5295 92.92 R. Branch and Otis Davis, Jr.
5444.010 167.41 Others present were: George
5694 141.57 Y. Core, Clerk, Jerry Gates,
5772 13.32
5793 .ss Finance Officer, K. E.
ate 5795 68.58 Murphy, Sheriff, C. E.
5796 7.77 Daniell, Deputy Sheriff, Wil-
5801 68.58 liam .J. Rish, Attorney,
583 2-30.01 Tommy Pitts, Mosquito Con-
61 86.27trol Supervisor and Admini-
5864 44.27 strator of Secondary Road
5940 79.65 Programs, Bob Lester, Assist-
5941 205.68 ant Road Superintendent and
5949 24.36 Albert Thames, CD-Service
5957 42.05
94 25.47 Officer.
6016 24.36 The meeting came to order
6025 115.02 at 7:00 P.M. Father Fausto,
6029.16 338.36 St. Joseph's Catholic Church,
6031.010 183. opened the meetingwith
6035 157.34omee
Sprayer, followed by the pledge
d039 157.04 to our flag.
The minutes of March 14th
6040 157.04 and 20th were read and adopt-
ed.
6042 157.04 ed.
The Chairman announced
6045 157.04 that the first business is to
give further consideration to
6047 267.60 the matter of establishing a
609 s7.4 fresh-saltwater line for the
Gulf County canal. The Board
6050 157.04 having invited Captain
Gordon McCall of the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
1801 185.74 and Captain Martin Fox-
642 73.62 worthy of the Game and Fresh
642.001 73.62 Water Fish Commission tq
642.011 114.39 participate in a discussion on
this matter and both being
4306 3.320 present, the Board entered
into a lengthy discussion.
1002 27.31 Capt. Foxworthy said he is
1007.010 69.02 aware' of several fresh-
1016.020 27.31 saltwater lines having been
1028 18.44 established; however, none of
1035 25.61 them have worked satisfac-
torily because they are not
4533 3.33 enforceable in our courts. The
4536.010 10.65 Chairman said that it appears
2076 30.79 the real crux of this question is
to prevent commercial fisher-
4341.010 52.61 men from using nets in the
\ 4354 9.80 Gulf County Canal, Lake
Wimico and the Intra Coastal
334.033 27.12 Waterway in Gulf County and
484 135.77 not to prevent sports fisher-
men from fishing anywhere
2053.001 175.55 they want to fish. One of the
questions that followed was:
"Can a line be established for
1597 15.61 net fishing that will not apply
1608 15.61 to sports fishing." Capt. Fox-
.J .' i c I -. irlthy sail this .ca bedone
S327 154.42 ,cause pe eiree lt is
S319 19.03 '" on "'what you arefishing
3132 119.76 for" and "not where you are
3148 143.27


6124 27.45
6158 44.23
6216 36.91 Public
2541 12.46
2547 50.95
2557 26.71
4016 119.17
4026 83.91
4048 27.45 NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS
4050 314.23 APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
4049 251.78 ABANDONED PROPERTY
4046 27.45 Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter 717,
Florida Statutes, entitled "Florida Dis-
4192 22.39 position of Unclaimed Property Act",
4192.002 41.10 notice is hereby given that the persons
listed below appear to be the owners of
2348.030 144.96 unclaimed personal or intangible pro-
perty presumed abandoned. THIS DOES
1422 58.99 NOT INVOLVE REAL ESTATE.
1423 77.37
1423 77.37 Account Number 1.1191-0001, Armstrong,
Whlter or W. E., 115 6th St., Port St. Joe,
855.001 18.94 Fla.; 1.1191.0002, Bailey, George Mr. or
861 87.92 Williams Hattie B., 512 Main St., Port St.
Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0003, Batson, Mar.
625.080 15.50 ilyn C. Ms., 301 Ave. A, Port St. Joe, Fla.
625.090 15.50 32456; 1-1191-0004, Bouie, Fannie Mae or
626 15.50
626 150 Henry, Jr., 178 Avenue C, Port St. Joe,
626.010 15.50 Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0005, Bratcher, Chris-
628.030 15.50 tine or Paul E. Mrs., Route 1, Box 101,
628.040 15.50 Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465; 1-0151-0110,
628.050 150 Conley, Henry C., Gen. Del., Port St.
628.060 15.50 Joe, Fla. 32410; 1-1191-0007, Cooper, Ivey
633.060 15.50 J. Mr. or Mrs., 819 Marvin Ave., P.O.
Box 155, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-
S640.016 42 0008, Cooper, Sonia J. or Ivey J. or
640.017 37.93 Norene J., 819 Marvin Ave., P.O. Box
640.123 47.10 155, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1.1191-0011,
Davis, R.R. Mr. or Lister, Doris D., P. O.
904.020 27.31 Box 503, Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465;
1.1191-0013, Dunlap, Hildridge Mr. or
122.010 17.18 Christine Mrs., 225 8th Street, Port St.
Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0012, Duren,
310 43.69 George L. Jr. or G.L. Mrs., P. O. Box
486, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0014,
2493 35.63 Falkner, Virginia G. Mrs. or Johnson,
5 7.23 Margaret T. Mrs., P. O. Box 743, Port St.
Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-2056-0001, Forehand, E.
23 10.54 G., Route 1, Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465;
62 7.23 1.1661-0178, Griggs, J. F., 219 6th, Port St.
Joe, Fla.;
737 13.95 Account Number 1-1191-0015, Harper,
Lois or George H. Jr. or Oliver H. or
756 5.59 James E., Route 1, Box 113, Wewahitch.
760 67.95 ka, Fla; 1.1191-0016, Helen, Karol L.,
Helen, Roy F. Mr., 609 Garrison Ave.
nue, Port St. Joe, Fla.; 1.1191.0017,
Henderson, David, P. 0. Box 2, Port St.
Joe Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0018, Hendrix,
940 10.61 Holly Ruth Miss or Ruth Mrs., 505 16th
Street, Port St. Joe, Fla.; 1-1191-0019,
943 29.55 Hendrix, Judy E. Miss or Ruth Mrs., 505
16th Street, Port St. Joe, Fla.; 1-1191-0020
Hutchinson, Dorothy Miss or Whigum
Robert Mr., 246 Avenue E, Port St. Joe,
Fla.; 1-1191.0022, McArdle, J. C. Mr. or
1197 22.27 Betty Mrs., 612 Garrison Avenue, Port
St. Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-0151.0111, Morner,
Lt. Stanley, 738 A C & W Sqdn., Olat AN;
1717.001 18.94 1-1191.0033, Patrick, Samuel. A., P. 0,
Box 359, Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465; 1-
1191-0034, Tankersley, Danny or James
1846 289.92 L. Mr, or Mrs., 507 7th St., Port St. Joe,
Fla.; 1.1191-0036, Vaughan, Louise G. or
Dudley, 1201 Constitution Dr., Port St.
1862 10.61 Joe, Fla. 32456; 1-1191-0038, Whitfield,
Robert D., Box 147 HV, Port St. Joe, Fla.
2228 38.95 Information concerning the amount or
description of the Property and the
225.002 85.52 names and address of the holder may be
obtained by any person possessing an
interest in the property by addressing an
2596 52.32 inquiry to GERALD A. LEWIS, State
2629 63.41 Comptroller, Abandoned Property Sec.
tion, 1401 State Capitol, Tallahassee,
2650 43.03 Florida 32304, telephone number (904)
3033 8.14 487-2583. Be sure to mention account
3984,010 119i.7 number, name and address, as publish.
ed in this notice. Unless p-oof of owner-
ship is presented to the holder by July 3,
6349.010 1,890.86 1978, the property will be delivered for
custody to the Comptroller of Forida.
Thereafter, all further claims should be
directed to the Comptroller of Florida.
GERALD A. LEWIS,
COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA


2t 5-4


fishing." Comm. B
that the Highland V
. has always been kr
line between fresl
water and then as
one has an objec
ficially establishing
the Highland Vie
There being no ob
moved, seconded
Kennedy, to advi
Commission's inter
a resolution at its n
meeting of April 11
mending to the
Fresh Water Fish C
and the Divison
Resources to establ
saltwater line at th
View bridge in Gu
pursuant to FS 370.
motion carried una
K. E. Murphy, S
sented a check in t
of $1,040.00 rep
money that was e
the marijuana raid
1977.
Jim Jones of (
presented a petitic
signatures stating
of Oak Grove woi
walk and ride bicy
block of 2nd Avenu
Duval Street and
Avenue without bet
ed by a number of
Commission info
Jones that the Cou
ordinance as to vic
but that this Boa
authority to enforce
and suggested tha
plaint be made a
owner of the dogs
the Sheriff can th
this law.
Laveral Raffied
before the Board
when Wetappo Co
will be opened. He
Board has promise
the past four year
road would be open
and others living o
must drive an extra
reach SR 22. Comn
said the road equip
this time working
Overstreet area ani
the Wetappo road to
Thursday. Mr. Ra
he. cannot under
some of the county
area have been do
landowners. The
formed the Board
county has title to th
road but to no other
that area. ,Coinm.
said this Board re


NOTICE OF SHERIFF
Notice is hereby given t
day of April, 1978, pursual
Execution issued in the C
the Fourteenth Judicial C
ida, in and for Gulf Cou
77-55 in the cause of Williar
d-b-a Carr's Auto Sales,
Walter Johnson, Defen
Murphy, Sheriff of Gulf
levied upon the property
dant, to-wit:
1973 Oldsmobile, 4
S No.3N39H3E16
On the 22nd day of May
o'clock in the afternoon o
the Gulf County Courtho
Joe, Florida, I will offer
property for cash to the h
subject to all prior liens, if
said Writ of Execution.
-s- KEN MURPHY, Sheri
Gulf County, Florida

IN THE CIRCUIT COI
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIR
STATE OF FLORIDA, I
GULF COUNTY.

IN RE: The Estate of
L. L. COPENHAVER
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINIS
TO ALL PERSONS HAV
OR DEMANDS AGAINST
ESTATE AND ALL OTHI
INTERESTED.IN THE I
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tI
istration of the Estate of
haver, Jr., deceased. File
is pending in the Circuit i
County, Florida, Probate
address of which is Gulf
house, Port St. Joe, Florid,
al Representative of the
WOLFF COPENHAVER,
is 1904 Monument Avenue
Florida 32456. The name a
the Personal Representat
are set forth below.
All persons having claim
against the Estate are rei
IN THREE MONTHS
DATE OF THE FIRST P
OF THIS NOTICE, to file
of the above Court a written
any claim or demand the
Each claim must be in wri
indicate the basis for tt
name and address of the c
agent or attorney and the a
ed. If the claim is not yet
when it will become due s
If the claim is conting
quidated, the nature of th
shall be stated. If the clai
the security shall be di
claimant shall deliver sul
of the claim to the Clerk
Clerk to mail one copy to
Representative.
All persons interested in
whom a copy of this noti
station has been mailed
WITHIN THREE MONTH
DATE OF THE FIRST P
OF THIS NOTICE, to file
they may have that ch
validity of the Deceden
qualifications of the Per
tentative or the venue or
the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMAN
SECTIONS NOT SO FILE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Noti
Date of the first public
Notice of Administration,
-s- Ida Wolff Copenhaver,
Personal Representative o
L. L. Copenhaver, Jr.
Rish & Witten, P.A.
Attorneys for Personal R
303 4th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245
-s- Fred N. Witten


ranch said vertised to close a road in this
View bridge area. even though the county
known as the had not title toit. The Attorney
h and salt stated that providing the
ked if any- county has maintained a road
tion to of- for a period of four years, even
g the line at though the county has not title
*w Bridge. to the road, to officially close
sections he and abandon the road. a public
by Comm. hearing must first be had.
ertise this Comm. Kennedy then made a
nt to adopt motion, seconded by Comm.
ext regular Branch and unanimously car-
Lth, recom- ried, that no roads be officially
Game and closed and abandoned until a
commissionn public hearing has been held.
of Marine Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Chair-
lish a fresh- man of the Gulf County Li-
e Highland brary Commission, thanked
ulf County, the Board for all it has done to
01(5). This make the new library a
animously. reality. She said the Port St.
heriff, pre- Joe Garden Club has offered
:he amount to landscape the library
presenting grounds, with this Board's
-vidence in approval. The Board gave,its
'of July 21, approval. She then requested
that at least one water line be
Oak Grove installed for use in watering.
on with 49 the lawn and shrubbery. The
that people Chairman said he will take
uld like to care of this matter.
'cles in the The Civil Defense Director
e, between informed the Board that he
d Madison has one excess property truck
ing molest- ready to deliver to the County
f dogs. The Road Department.
rmed Mr. The Department of Trans-
nty has an portation notified the Board
cious dogs, that it will hold a public
rd has no hearing on April 10 in this
:e this law room at 11:00 a.m., for the
at a com- ;purpose of discussing the
against the Functional Classification
s, whereby System for Gulf County. They
en enforce also notified the Board that
the following two roads will be
appeared transferred to county jurisdic-
and asked tion on May 27, to wit: 1.
unty Road Section 51580, SR 382, from SR
e said this 30 to 0.414 miles east 2.
ed him for Section 51570, SR 30-A, Leg
s that this "A", from SR 30-A to SR 384.
ed: that he The Board was then inform-
n this road ed that its secondary road
20 miles to funds are as follows: Cash on
m. Branch hand- March 1, $56,000; Reve-
pment is at nue for March, $24,000, for a
ng in the Sub-total of $80,000; Obliga-
d will be on tions against this Fund,
Dmorrowor $64,000; Available for use at
fieldd said this time, $16,000; Monthly
stand why estimated income, $25,000.
roads in his The Department of Agricul-
)sed by the: ture, Division of Forestry,
Clerk in- presented the Cooperative
I that the Equipment Lease between
he Wetappo this Commission and the Divi-
er roads in- sion of Foiest-y, wherein Gulf
. Kennedy County received a 1967 Kaiser
recently ad- Fire Truck for the Beaches
Fire Department. Said truck
was renovated by the Forestry
F'SSALE Department, including new
hat on the 3rd tanks, body, plumbing, and
nt to a writ of pumps, at a cost to the County
circuit court ofoff $2,543.76. The Clerk inform-
:ircuit of Flor-
nty, Case No. ed the Board that the present
m H. Carr, Jr., budget does not have funds to
Plaintiff, vs. make this payment. The
dant, I, Ken Chairman requested the At-
county, have torney to determine if this bill
of the defen. can be held until the next
Door, budget.
6502. By letter dated, March 22,
y, 1978, at two the Northwest Regional Li-
n the steps of brary System requested this
House, Port St.
for sale said Board to pay the utility bills
highest bidder, for the Gulf County Library
any, to satisfy for the months of October,
1977, through March, 1978, in
fft the total amount of $1,457.49
4t4-27 and to pay all future utility
bills. The Board said this
URT, FOUR- matter was discussed during
CUlT OF THE the planning of the new library
N AND FOR and at that time it was decided
case No.78-11 that the library pay all utility
IN PROBATE bills from its own funds.
The Board discussed an
, JR., offer from AVM Election
STRATION Systems to sell the County
'ING CLAIMS three factory reconditioned
THE ABOVE used AVM voting machines,
ER PERSONS the same model the county
ESTATE. now uses, at a price of $1,450
hat the admin.
haL. L. Open per machine. This matter
Number 78-11, tabled for study.
Court for Gulf The St. Joseph Historical
Division, the Society invited the Board to
county court- attend its meeting of April 1,
a. The Pers at 3:00 p.m., at the Library
whose address Building, to hear Honorable
, Port St. Joe, Bruce Smathers, Secretary of
nd address of State, discuss the Old Capitol
five's Attorney Building.
s or demands The Board discussed its
quired, WITH- demand on Kolmetz Construc-
FROM THE tion Company to complete the
UBLICATION carpet and street items on the
with the Clerk Library Punch List. By letter
ey may have, from Kolmetz, the Board was
iting and must advised that the Carpet is now
he claim, the completed and that the sub-
creditor or his contractor that did the paving
amount tedaim attempted to correct the street
hail be stated, items; that he was on the site
lent or unil- to do this work on February
>e uncertainty 23, and someone stopped him.
m is secured, After lengthy discussion, the
scribed. The Chairman appointed the fol-
to enable the lowing Committee to work out
the Personal a solution that will take care of
the street and drainage prob-
the Estate to lem, to-wit: Comm. Branch,
ce of admini- E. F. Gunn, Charles A.
are required
S FROM THE Gaskin.
UBLICATION The Board entered into a
any objection discussion with reference to
challenges the terms and consideration of a
f's Will, the
sonai Repre. lease between the Department
jurisdiction of of Community Affiars and the
County for office space in the
DS AND OB. old Courthouse. No decision
ED WITH BE was made.
ce has begun. This Board requested the
action of this Municipal Hospital to apply
April 27. 1978. all Emergency Room out-
standing debts collected since
f the Estate of the termination of a previous


agreement with the City to the
representative malpractice insurance on Dr.
epre -Reyb al and Dr. Merrill and
6 any excess to be paid over to
the County. In reply to this
t 4.27 2t4-27 request, the hospital informed


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978


MINUTES

of the


Gulf County Commission


I


PAGE THIRTEEN


this Board that all collections
on outstanding debts have
been applied on said insurance
there is no excess. The Board
directed its. Finance Officer
arrange with the Hospital
Administrator to audit these
records.
The Board entered into a,
discussion with reference to
its present policy as to re-
ceiving employment applica-
tions and the selection of
applicants for employment. It
was pointed out that some of
the positions in County Gov-
ernment now require the
County to advertise for the
position and then select a
person from among applicants
as graded and classified by
the Local Florida State Em-
ployment Office. Commis-
sioner Branch made a motion
that beginning this date, the
Board's policy for employing
all permanent personnel be.as
follows: The Board will de-
clare a position vacant and the
need to fill this vacancy. The
Board will then set the mini-
mum qualifications for the
vacant position. The Local
Florida State Employment
Office will be notified of this
vacancy and will advertise
this vacancy by local radio or
newspaper, or both. The Local
Florida State Employment
Office will then take applica-
tions (also using those on file
at that time) and will grade,
classify, and make recom-
mendations to this Board. This
Board will then select one of
the applicants as recom-
mended.
The above motion seconded
by Commissioner Kennedy.
The following voted AYE:
Branch, Kennedy, Owens, and
the Chairman, NAY: Davis.
The Chairman stated the
Commission should, at this
time, take action on its com-
mitment to the City of Wewa-
hitchka with reference to the
proposed Wewahitchka Multi-
Purpose Medical Facility, as
Agreed upon in a meeting with
the City Commissioners at the
City Hall in Wewahitchka, on
March 9. The County is now
planning to construct an Am-
bulance Building in Wewa-
hitchka at the Old Courthouse
site and was requested by the
City to abort these plans and
use the funds for this project
to provide the same facilities
within the City's Multi-
Purpose Medical Building,
which would create a much
better Ambulance Service.
Whereupon, there was
a motion by Comm. Branch,
seconded by Comm. Owens,
and it was unanimously car-
ried, that the County commit
$30,000 towards the construc-
tion of an Ambulance Building
-Cifiplex ;'tf be incorporated
within the City Multi-Pupose
Medical Building, providing
the City receives grant funds
under its present application,
but this commitment will be in
effect only to July 15, 1978.


306-308 Williams Ave.


Phone 227-1278


I


The Road Department re-
ported its secondary road'
.maintenance cost for the
month of February was
$9,493.90.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, seconded by Comm.
Branch, and unanimously
carried; Resolution 78-4 was
adopted. This Resolution indi-
cated the intent of the Commi-
ssioners to join with the City of
Port St. Joe in a 201 Facility
Plan Study for the Sourth Gulf
County 201 Planning Area, and
is on file in the Clerk's office.
The Road Department re-
ported on inventory items.
This report may be seen at the
Clerk's office. The Board di-
rected these items be removed
from the Road Department's
inventory.
After discussing a proposed
ordinance as to a license to
carry firearms and fees to be
charged by the Sheriff for
serving summons, etc., the
Board directed the Clerk to
advertise for a public hearing
on these two proposals. Hear-
ings to be set for April 23, at
7:00 p.m.
The Medicaid bill for the
month of December was
$1,330.25.
The Gulf County Health
Department filed a report on
potable water in the Cape San
Blas area.
The Board discussed the
fact that all counties receiving
flood damage during the re-
cent flood were denied certifi-
cation as disaster areas. The
Attorney was directed to pre-
pare a resolution requesting
that Gulf County be desig-
nated a disaster county. Civil
Defense Department is to
supply information as to
losses in the County.
The Board discussed a re-
quirement of Farmers Home
Administration'as to an agree-
ment with the City of Port St.
Joe establishing the monthly
rates to be charged for supply-
ing water and sewer service to
the Oak Grove System. The
Chairman said this Board has
agreed on the rates offered by
the City and recorded in the
minutes of January 24, to-wit:
Minimum monthly bill (first
4,000 gallons), $5.76; Sur-
charge for billing, collection,
and minor repairs, $3.24, for a
Total Payment to City of
$9.00; plus Bond Payment
Requirements of $5.50,
making the Total Assessed by
County, $14.50. In addition, all
water over 4,000 gallons, in-
cluding the sewer charge will
be at $1.44 per thousand (.90
for water and .54 for sewer).
Comm. Davis questioned
some work being done in the
City of Wewahitchka on Mor-
gan Lane, near the property of
Johnnie Jackson The As-
sistant Road Superintendent
said the work in question is the
digging of a ditch along a
street right of way. Comm.
Davis asked that this be
cleaned up as soon as possible.


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The ar


Comm. Branch discussed
the bad state of repair of the
streets in Oak Grove. He said
some of these streets would be
impassable if we had a heavy
rain; that if the Contractor
does not intend to take care of
these repairs, the County
should do this work and
charge it against the final
payment to the Contractor. HR
then told the Board that a
number of citizens have comr
plained to him about the State
issuing a variance to build
across the Coastal Construct
tion Setback Line. He suggest-
ed that if it is lawful to grant a
variance, that a public hear-
ing should first be held.
Comm. Branch presented
each member with a price list
of concrete pipe produced by
the Apalachee Correctional
Institute. He stated he has
inspected these pipes and find
them superior to the pipe:
produced by the County and
that the County cannot pro-
duce them at this low cost. He.
then moved to purchase all
concrete pipe from the Apa-
lachee Correctional Institute,:
.seconded by Comm. Owens-:
The following voted AYE.:
Branch, Owens, and the Chair-,
man, and NAY: Davis and:
Kennedy.
The Board discussed itr.
road paving program for tlhe
next budget year. The Chair-i
man said a workshop meetirfg:
will be called after each OQi.y
files its request. "
Comm. Kennedy urged allr
Commissioners to be present:
for the Panhandle Health;
System Sub-Council's Meetini
of April 11, at 6:00 p.m. He:
outlined one of the projecOs
being pushed by this Sub-"
Council.
The Chairman announced
that a public hearing will 1-
held on April 11, for thie
purpose of discussing the dis
of Anti-Recession Fiscal As
distance Funds being used-fb
replace drainage pipe, Pi
perty Appraiser expenses, aia
workmen's compensation
insurance.
Comm. Owens said the Coin
mission should make anotlie
attempt to secure a permit to
clean out the Ward FisherX:
Ditch. After discussion, the
Board directed that an appili
cation be filed. :
The Chairman reported tliU
the Game and Fresh Water'
Fish Commission has agreed:
to pay the electric bill for tQij;
radio tower at the Old Court'-
house. The Clerk was direct!
to notify Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative, Inc. .-.
Finance Officer Jerry Gates
reported to the Board on hli
trip to Jacksonville to atteiid
the Community Developmenta
*Block Granit Pre-Applicatidn:
Meetings. After discussion:
the Board agreed to submit a
pre-application for paving ji
Williamsburg Subdivision arid
the Methodist Hill Area o
Wewahitchka.


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