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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 18, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 37


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978


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WantA New Bridge?


5I ;' .m .Attend Public Meeting Tonight


. Government in this end of Gulf
,County has banded together to call for a
public meeting to feel out the desires of
the citizens in south Gulf County toward
pushing' to have the Highland View
Adrawbiidge replaced by a high-rise
;span. The meeting was spurred by the
actions of the State Department of
:.Transportation this week, in closing the
.bridge to all traffickwhile repairs are
being made. There was no public
'-announcement made of the bridge
closing prior to its actually'being out of
action.

Representatives of the City Com-


mission, the County Commission, the
Chamber of Commerce, Business
Men's .Association 'and industry got
together Monday afternoon to discuss
the recurring problem which has
plagued citizens of the coastal area for'
the past several years. The group of
men in the meeting were wanting to feel
out the public to see if they are
interested in removing this uncertain.
access to and from the City. Repeated
repairs to'. the bridge have apparently.
not increased its reliability. .
PUBLIC MEETING TONIGHT .
As a result of Monday's meeting, a


meeting has been called for this
evening at 7:30 p.m., in the Gulf County
Courthouse, to be attended by the
general public. In the meeting, the
group will present a proposal that a
concerted effort be made by all
government, civic and organized
groups, calling for.the bridge to be
replaced immediately by a high-rise
structure.
The response of people to the
meeting and their.stated desires will be
an indication as to whether this course
of action should be followed by those
charged with the responsibility of
governing the area.


City Starts u mmer
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Water Rate


TwoM

Cheer up! There is only two
and a half weeks to go with the
inconvenience caused by the
Highland View drawbridge,
across the Gulf County Canal,
Being out of operation for
vehicle traffic.
This bit of news was gather-
.ed. by The.. Star..Tus4.da
afternoon from the contractor
doing the job, after repeated
calls to the Department of
Transportation in Panama
City failed to yield any infor-
mation on the subject.
According to J.B. Hagler,
contractor on the re-building
project, the highway span will
remain out of operation the
remainder of this week and for
the next two weeks in the
future.
SPAN CLOSED
SThe bridge was closed the
end of last week with virtually
no notice from the Depart-
ment of Transportation to
area citizens. The move stir-
red up some ill feelings,
especially among those who
use Highway 98 every day to
travel to and from work and to
school.
There was no mention of
completely closing. the bridge
to any sort of traffic, highway
or water, in the tentative
operating schedule put out by
DOT when repairs first begun
some three weeks ago.
To soften the blow of being
cut off from the beaches area,
Port St. Joe merchants and
industry instituted a bus shut-
tle service Monday morning to
pick up people driving to and
walking across the bridge to
.bring them to town to take
care of business or make
necessary calls. The bus also
deposits the people picked up
back at the bridge and makes
its rounds on 30 minute inter-
vals.
NATURE OF REPAIRS
MAKE NECESSARY
Hagler said the inconven-
ience caused to the motorists
travelling Highway 98 is being
caused by the nature of the
repairs. being made on the
bridge. In the past, the bridge
has been operated from a
single set of gears in the
middle of each leaf which
opens for water traffic to pass
underneath. Hagler says his
firm is now replacing the old
gears with two sets, one on
each side of each span, in
order to make the machinery
portion of the bridge more
dependable.

The spans are counter-
balanced to reduce the
amount of energy needed to
lift the huge spans of steel and
Concrete. During the rebuild-
ing process, the spans have
been taken loose from the
machinery and are, in effect,
floating'free. Hagler says that
any vehicle passing over the
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The City Commission put its
summer sewer rates into ef-
r. .o fect Tuesday night, giving
S, relief to its water customers


house city water to irrigate
lawns and gardens.
The city makes its sewer
charges based on the amount


of wat
custom
and gar
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Charges

er used through the with the customer also paying
er's meter. With yard 60 percent of the water rate for
rden watering, a water sewer services he is not
n get quite expensive receiving.
Several years ago, the City
adopted a plan of averaging
each customer's sewer bill
over a 12 month period and
charging the average as a- flat
rate during the summer time,
disregarding the percentage
S method of charging used the
remainder of the year.
L'A cistbomer must i''equest
Sthe summer rates before he
receives the benefits of the
lower charges. A customer
desiring the summer rates
should either call or go by City,
Hall and make his request.
City Clerk Mike Wright said
the summer rates will go into
effect with the first meter
reading in June. This means
that water now being used will
be billed at the summer rate if
the customer makes his appli-
cation immediately. Wright
said the first charge.would be
shown in the bill received July


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Basic, I nc.

Members of the United Steel Workers of
America, Local 14963, struck the Basic
Magnesia plant here in Port St. Joe at
midnight Sunday night. The strike was called
by union.officials when last-ditch efforts of
Federal mediator Charles Tolbert, of Mobile,
Ala., failed to iron out proposed contract
differences at the last minute.
According to local union president, d I N
Charles Carroll, the old contract expired E
Sunday at .midnight. He said the union was
ready to negotiate at any time and promised a i P"
peaceful strike. Carroll was also union
president when the plant was struck back in
1964. At that time, the plant was owned by ..
Michigan Chemical Company.
Bo Boyette, plant manager, agreed with
Carroll that there were still differences in
wages and work rules interpretations to be .
worked out by the bargainers. He said the
company was willing to talk at any time.
At present there are no talks going on and .;
pickets are walking a line at the intersection W .....
of Industrial Road and-the road leading into ,.,
the Basic plant. Pickets walk the line in front of the entrance to Basic


Seniors Will be Presented


Tapper Named to Fourth Term


Awards In Ceremonies Tonight On Gulf Coast College Board


Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School will hold its annual
Awards Night tonight at
the Commons Area of the
high school.
Awards Night is set aside
on the school calendar for
presentation of the awards


and medals earned by the
graduating Seniors during
their matriculation
through their high school
education.
The awards will be pre-
sented in a ceremony in the
Commons Area,. at 7:30.


George G. Tapper of Port St.
Joe, has been re-appointed by
Governor Reubin Askew to a
position on the: Board of
Directors of Gulf Coast Com-
munity College.'
During his service as a
Director of the College, Tap-


per has been chairman of the
board for nine of his 12 years
on the board. Previous to his
appointment on the GCCC
board, Tapper has served four
years on the state Junior
College Board.


Food Stamp Offices Move to

Temporary Location In Bank


The Food Stamp program
will have its office in a
different location today,
Thursday, May 18, to make it
more convenient for those
clients living south of the
Highland View bridge to get
-their stamps without having to
take a long trip to get to the


offices normally located in
Highland View.
The temporary offices of the
Food Stamp service will be
located in the Florida First
National Bank this week. The
office will be open today from
10:00 a.m., to 1:30 p.m.


Sunland Park


Named for Rish

Representative Billy Joe Rish, serving out his last term
in the House, for the time being at least, had hispeers in the
House pay him the honor of naming the Sunland Recreation
Park on St. Joseph Peninsula after him Tuesday afternoon in
a regular House session.
The House members voted a unanimous 109-0 for a bill
which names the one-of-a-kind facility after Rish, who has
fought so hard for appropriations to make the facility a
first-class beach recreation facility for patients in the
Sunland centers of Florida. The park is used exclusively and
is designed to accommodate the Sunland patients.
Rep. Barry Kutun of'Miami Beach, sponsored the bill
and hailed Rish for pioneering "the first park of its kind and
the'only park of its kind in the United States."
The park, located next to T. H. Stone Memorial State
Park on the Peninsula contains 93 acres and offers beach
activities, camping, a swimming pool and special housing for
those eligible to make use of the facility. Patients from all'
over the state come to the park.
In the past two years, Rish has been successful in
securing appropriations of over $1.75 million for the park.
Rish thanked the House briefly and said he was unaware
that his colleagues planned to honor him. At Rish's personal
request, the House Appropriations Committee turned down
an identical proposal when it debated its budget bill two
weeks ago.


SUMMER RECREATION
The City Commission
adopted a summer recreation
program Tuesday. night,
which will operate in seven
different locations, utilize the
services of three directors and
eight workers and provide
play opportunities for children
from June 19 through July 28.
The program, as provided
every year by the Commission
in cooperation with the. Gulf
County School Board and the
Gulf County Recreation De-
partment will offer supervised
recreation for students out of
school for the summer in the
Stac House, Washington Rec-
reation Center, Port St. Joe
Elementary Gym, Centennial
Building, Highland View Ele-
mentary School, Eighth Street
Tennis Courts, and 16th Street
golf course.
Directing the program will
be Bill. Barlow, who will
supervise golf and tennis in-
struction, play and tourna-
ments. Willie James- Robin-
son and Clarence Monette will
supervise all activities at
Washington Recreation site.
(Robinson is an employee of
the Recreation Department).
Mrs. Louise Parker will sup-
ervise the indoor game activi-
ties offered at the Stac House.
All directors will be assisted
by student workers who will
supervise a variety of activi-
ties.
Recreation Director John
Clenney says field trips have
been planned to the Junior Zoo
and Museum in Tallahassee
on June 27; Gulfarium in Fort
Walton Beach on July 11 and
Waltulla Springs on July 20.
Organized trips to the bea-
ches will be provided on
Tuesday and Thursday of each
week.
SIDEWALKS
At Tuesday's meeting, Clerk
Mike Wright advised the'Com-
mission that it is near time to
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978


Q ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omission
emselves liable for damage further than amount
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the pri
rely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces


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Florida Ranks High


and It Ranks Lo



spared to the rest of the :The abortion rate is alarming,
Florida ranks high in abor- according to professor Dye's fig-
d crime, and low in educa- ures. His research shows there are
senses and taxes." 449 abortions for..every 1,000 live
was the lead paragraph'on' births, or one abortion for about
of statistics concerning the- every three pregnancies. But, don't
withered by Thomas Dye, a get discombobulated about this fact;
r of political science at FSU there are four.,other states with
nted in daily newspapers worse abortion rates.
'o weeks ago. Professor Dye said in his statis-
s study showed that Florida tics that Florida is the most inte-
th in welfare expenditures, grated state in the nation. Only 10
Snot to put up all the percent of the state's black students
g money it is eligible to in are in schools which are predom-
get more federal money for inately black. By comparison, Illi-
The state is 43rd in educa- nois has 76.7 per cent of its black
he FEA keeps reminding us students in-95 per cent black schools.
ir) and dead last'in federal Florida ranks fourth in the
o state and local govern- nation ini number: of crimes per
per person. This means 100,000 people. Professor .Dye says.
and its cities and coUnties his research lays the blame for this
federal revenue sharing high statistic on the prevalence of
han any..other, state.in the, .legalized-gamblng nthe state. He.
iis is because PF rida levies says Nevada, which has more
r tax index than most other legalized gambling 'than Florida,
leads the nation in crime statistics.
here all us ungrateful This'should be a good statistic to
ns thought we' were being remember when the forces for
d by high taxes; when, in casino gambling in Miami come
y are among the lowest, calling for your support.


Let Voters Decide


We received an envelope in the
mail last week containing literature
.:under the heading of "Committee to
:Remove Stone and Chiles".
The literature went on to explain
:how Senators Lawton Chiles and
'Richard Stone had broke their word
to, their constituents and voted to
ratify the Panama Canal treaties.
We did not agree with the vote of
the two Senators, but we would
never be a part of some clandestine
movement to remove them 'from
office for their actions. We feel the
two Senators will meet the stiffest
opposition of their political lives
come election day, if the people are
that disgruntled with their votes on


the Panama Canal. In this instance,
we feel this the proper way for the
public to express itself and the two
Senators knew it would come to this
when they cast their vote.
We believe removal from office
should be reserved for other offenses
such as a' criminal act, failure to
function, or other such reasons.
We feel the Senators knew the
consequences of public opinion when
they cast their vote. They also knew
what the opinion of their public was.
To vote as they did in the face of
opposition at home must have taken
quite a bit of fortitude on their part;
an ingredient which we have very
little of in our nation today.


SOld Tower Is


ii Coming Down


Letters to the Editor


Wouldn't Supply Water

If He Had It to Sell


Dear Mr. Editor:
Since the beginning of the
controversy concerning the
construction started by Attpr-
ney Cecil Costin and Dr. Tom
Gibson on the waterside :t.St .
Joe Beach have had various
phone calls and personal in-
quiries as to whether I and my
associates were furnishing
water frfom our "water sys-
teni" to this new construction.
In fact, the file concerning
the Cecil Costin, Jr., Tom
Gibson petition for variance
from the State of Florida
Department of Natural Re-
sources contains an inter-
office memorandum from
dept. member, S. M. Rogers,


Jr., stating that he had met
with Mr. Costin on Jan. 17,
1978 and that Mr. Costin had
noted that a local water
system was available and no
well would be :necessary for
the project.
Whether Mr. Costin's and
,Dr. Gibson's variance was
contingent upon this bit of
misinformation I do not know.
I do know, though, that
neither my associates nor I
are providing water to this
building. Actually, we no
longer even have a "water
system".
Furthermore, if I had one I
would not make it available to
:construction on the water side


Why Can't Gulf County?


Dear Editor:
If the people of Gulf county
are fed-up with the sorry,
situations that exist in this
county such as the bridge at
Highland View and the water
washing over the highway in
Highland View every' time the
tide gets high; all they have to
do is keep voting for new faces
on election day.
The county commission seat
pays good money and has
some good fringe benefits and
expense accounts.
When you talk to a commis-
sioner about replacing that
bridge he tells you that he has
nothing to do with it because it


is a primary road and you will
have to take it up with the
state.
Let me remind you that
several years ago the Board of
County Commissioners of
Franklin county laid the
ground work for two (2)
bridges and had the Corps of
Engineers to change the river
channel under one of the
bridges. Now, Franklin county
has two of the finest bridges in
the state.
Why is it that other counties
can have bridges built and
channels dredged and Gulf
'county can not?
Clyde M. Melvin'


of Highway 98 at St. Joe
Beach.
The open beaches of St. Joe
Beach are a glimpse of mag-
nificence approached from
either direction; a breath of
fresh air after the waterside-
buildings of Beacon Hill.
Attorney Costin and Dr.
Gibson can and apparently
will do just as they please in
this regard, but I do not want
my name linked with the
destruction of this rare and
beautiful natural, resource
DAVID B. MAY


A Layman's View


THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Willims Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
0 Second.Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
i"S. Wesley R. Ramsey ................ Editor and Publisher
V SW PWilliam H. Ramsey ............................. Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ................... Office Manager
Shirley Ra sey ..................... ...... Typesetter
POSTOFFICE BOX 308 PHONE 227-1278
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

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

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR, $5.00 SIX MONTHS, 3.O .' THREE MONTHS, $127.50
OUTOFCOUNTY-700 OUT OF U.S.-One Year, $9.00
is In avrtem,. se puhsnr aohTnt


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Port St. Joe's oldest water
tank is being taken down by
the Security Tank and Tower
Corporation for Pittsburgh
Des.Moines Company of At-
lanta. The tank was traded to
PDM in the'deal for the new
500,000 gallon storage tank
recently completed on south
Long Avenue. The old tank
had become almost useless
and repair impossible through
age, resulting in the decision
to take it down.
Gerald Frase, Security's
man on the job, says the
demolition process will take
another two to two and a half
weeks to complete.
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HEBREWS 13:1-3 KJV
Key Word: To Intercede
(Verse .1) "Let brotherly
love continue. (Verse 2) Be not
forgetful to entertain (re-
ceive) strangers: for thereby
some have entertained angels
unawares (without realizing
it). (Verse 3) Remember them
that:aie in bonds (in prison),
as bound with them; and them
which suffer adversity (trou-
ble), as being yourselves also
in the body."
God's word, the Bible, plain-
ly talks to His people. How-
ever we Christians sometimes
have "overlooked" God's in-
tent and purpose to certain of
His instructions. Such is the
instruction to intercede for our
brother. Let's.look at the
meaning of intercede. The
prefix inter means 'with each
other.' The word cede means
'to yield or give up.' The
meaning then is 'to yield with


each other.' It takes' two or
more to satisfy this action. I
must yield myself to my
brother, that is I must take on
his hurt, his problem, his need
as my own.
Verse one satisfies God's
command to 'love one' anot-
her'. Verse two says that God
might send his emissary (or
angel) to test our willingness
to show our love to our
brother. We are to intercede to
the need of. strangers. This
causes us a bit of strain
doesn't it?
Then comes verse three. We
are to remember the impri-
soned as though it were us
behind bars! We are to re-
member those in trouble as
though we carried that same
trouble in our bodies. God puts
no limit on the amount of
intercession or brotherly love
we must show for others.
Jesus showed us we must
follow His pattern.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

BY WESLEY R. RAMSEY


ALMOST EVERY. MONTH we see an
article in the papers where, another several
thousand cars have been recalled because of
some malfunction in part of the aparatus. At
random, we see the recall of some canned
foodstuff because there is a suspected wild germ
roaming about in some of the cans and we can't
take a chance on people getting one of these
germs.
We've had everything recalled from night
wear to water pumps because of some defect or
other. Many people earn a good living inspecting
goods which have been manufactured before
they are put on the market.
Down in this part of the United States, a lot of
people save money on clothing by buying in
"second" stores. The recalls or cast-offs of the


many garment factories in the south are put in
the stores and people take a chance on them in
order to save a little money. There's no recall
here, because the people who buy the merchan-
diseknow there is a defect somewhere.
I've heard of just about everything being
recalled. There has been cars, bicycles, motor-
cycles, tuna fish, canning jars, soft drink bottles,
soft drinks, medicines, shoes, artificial sweeten-
ers, soap powders, major appliances, air
conditioners, electric fans, furniture you
named it: if it has been built, odds are it has been
recalled in recent years.
As many items as I have seen recalled, I
have never seen a cook book recalled, until this
past week. No fooling, Random House, the
publisher, had its latest cookbook, "Woman's


Day Crockery Cuisine" recalled because of a
recipe it contained. The recall order stated that
the recipe for "Silky Caramel Slices" contained
an error and could cause a serious explosion if it
were followed as the book says.

THIS POSES A SERIOUS THREAT. Can't
you imagine a goodly number of the kitchens
over the nation with their walls coated with
"Silky Caramel Slices" because of a wrong
ingredient in the recipe causing the cooking
concoction to explode? What a disaster. That
would probably cause almost as much wall
damage as four grandchildren, under the age of
six, with a package of salt water taffy. It could be
a crisis in the kitchen.
I don't know whether or not this recipe would
ever explode in our kitchen or that of many
others. When Frenchie starts making up a
strange recipe, she'll look at it and study the
ingredients and almost invariably remark,
"That doesn't sound good to me. I'm going to
leave this ingredient out", or, "I'm going to add
a little of this", or, "I'm going to cut that down a
little". The recipe seldom goes into the pan like it
is written on the paper. I don't know whether her
way is better or not, but I will be quick to say her
way is good enough for most discriminating


tastes.
There wouldn't be much chance of the "Silky
Caramel Slices" blowing up our crock pot or any
other pot, since Frenchie wouldn't have followed
the recipe to the letter.
There's two other reasons why it wouldn't
have been a danger to our house. First, Frenchie
didn't buy the book to get the recipe in the first
place, and second, since she's trying to make me
lose a pound or two, she probably wouldn't have
made the "Silky Caramel Slices" in the second
place, since it sounds sinfully fattening.

ALL OF THESE ITEMS, including the
cookbook, get recalled because people make
errors in the design, the building or the
application of the item which poses the danger to
the user. Some of the recalls are for pretty
remote reasons. I once had a car I had
practically worn out before I got a notice that it
might have a defective part. By that time it had
several of them.
If the government gets to the point where it
makes manufacturers recall everything contain-
ing a mistake in its manufacture, we will be
living on dangerous ground.
We'll have a recall to make every week,
since there, is surely an error somewhere in
every issue of The Star we print.


save two of the legs holding up
the tank to use as stringers on
which to build a new foot
bridge over the drainage,
canal at the foot of Palm
Boulevard. The bridge served
as a route for children in the
Palm Boulevard area walking
to school, to keep them away
from heavily travelled Long
Avenue.
The old bridge, built on a
pre-stressed concrete beam,
-collapsed about a year ago.
The delay in replacing the
bridge has been due to a
search fdr a new set of
foundation materials on which
to place a new bridge at a
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received for such advertisement.
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Gerald Frase of Security
Tank and Tower has a job
not many people want. He
is shown above, high up
under the old city water
tower and in the, photo
directly above precarious-
ly perched on one of the
tower legs, pursuing his
goal of tearing the old
water tank down. He says
he'll have the job done in
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Fire!


Workmen were working at the rear of the Jr. Food Store
Monday afternoon and bumped the electrical service going
into the building. The service pole broke, falling to the
'ground, causing a short at the rear of the building which sent
out big arcs of electricity for several minutes. (note the
charred area just above the electric meter). A small fire
resulted but was put out before more than minimal damage
could be inflicted. -Star photo



Helmets Saving Lives

of Cyclists F.H.P.


Studies continue to show
that the wearing of motorcy-
cle helmets can save lives and
reduce injuries said the Flor-
ida Highway Patrol today.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol director said, "An Ameri-
can Medical Association study
S found that about 80 percent of
motorcycle crash injuries in-
volve the head, and that the
chance of sustaining a fatal
head injury is two-thirds
greater for an unhelmeted
cyclist."
"The study further showed
that the number of deaths in
motorcycling has risen to
about 3,000 per year, with the
death rate more than three
times as high as that in
automobile crashes. Since the


motorcyclists head most often
makes contact with the road,
or some other nonforgiving
surface in a crash, the need
for head protection is ob-
vious," the AMA said.
Records indicate that mo-
torcycle deaths in Florida for
1977 totaled 142. This was an
increase of 12 over the pre-
vious year. Florida law re-
quires motorcyclists to wear
approved helmets and eye
protection when operation
over the highways. Troopers
arrested 659 riders in 1977 for
riding without helmets.
Beach concluded by saying,
"We urge all motorcyclists to
use proper portective equip-
ment when riding on the
highways or on unpaved dirt
trails."


Gordon Edward Brown, 75,
a resident of 606 Parker Ave.,
Highland View, passed away
unexpectedly in his home
Monday.
Mr. Brown had been a
resident of Highland View for
the past 33 years.
After working with St. Joe
Lumber and Export, he work-
ed with the Gulf County School
Board'for 10 years, retiring in
1974.
Survivors include his wi-
dow, Mrs. Eva Brown, High-
land View, two sons, Robert
Brown, Panama City and J. G.
Brown, Port St. Joe; one


Willie Hill, 16


daughter, Mrs. Betty Bailey,
Port St. Joe; one brother,
Floyd Hardy, Freeport; two
sisters, Mrs. Callie Edwards,
Marianna and Mrs. Esther
Nelson, Freeport; 10 grand-
children and 12 great grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
STuesday at 3:30p.m., from the
Comforter Funeral Home
Chapel in Port St. Joe, with
the Rev. Berl Clark and the
Rev. William Touchton offi-
ciating. Interment followed in
the family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home
was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Taken by Death Last Rites for
0 U"-lr r -


Willy C. Hill, 16, a resident
of Wewahitchka passed away
May 6 as a result of an
automobile accident. He at-
tended Wewahitchka High
School and was active in
sports.
Survivors include: his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Mack Hill; five sisters, Alfre-
dia, Malinda, Zina, Carolyn
and Jacqueline Hill; one bro-
ther, Charlie Mack Hill; two
grandmothers, Mrs. Fannie
Hill and Mrs. Bernice Gray;
great grandmother, Mrs.
Fletcher McHolmes; grand-
father, A. Z: McHolmes, all of
Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were held
r Saturday, May 13 at 2:00p.m.,
at the New Hope Baptist
Church, Wewahitchka. Inter-
ment was in Williamsburg
Cemetery.
S Comforter Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge of
arrangements.


Bonnie L. uiley

Onnie Lee Riley, 18, a
resident of Wewahitchka, pas-
sed away May 6 as a result of
an automobile accident. He
attended Wewahitchka High
school.
Survivors include his fa-
ther, Norvie Lee Riley; two
sisters, Miss Callie K. Riley
and Mrs. Valeria Ann Myers;
three brothers, Jimmie, Willie
Oscar and Michael C. all of
Wewahitchka; three step bro-
thers, a step sister, grand-
mother, Mrs. Elnora Turner
of Miami, great grandmother,
Fannie Hill of Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, May 13 from the
New Hope'Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka. Interment fol-
lowed in Williamsburg Ceme-
tery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home of Port St. Joe.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1978


Scouts Lift Restrictions


The Gulf Coast Council, Boy
Scouts of America, announced
recently that the age restric-
tions on enrollment and ad-
vancement.of mentally retar-
ded and severely handicapped
Cub Scouts, Scouts, and Ex-
plorers have been eliminated.
Through action taken by the
BSA's National Executive
Committee, the BSA's Rules
and Regulations'will include
new guidelines for registra-
tion and advancement of men-
tally retarded and severely
handicapped youth, including
the blind, deaf, and emotional-
ly disturbed.
Carl Mertins, President of
the Gulf Coast Council said the
new regulations will, apply
immediately to those present-
ly enrolled as well as all
pending cases for exceptions.
to former regulations.




1 Tides

High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the
table below. The information
is furnished by the U. S.
Weather Bureau Stationlin
Apalachicola.


Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday


High
8:30A
8:27A
8:39 A
9:11A
9:43A
10:26A
11:12 A
12:(00N


Low
4:55P
5:40 P
6:26 P
7:15P
8:06P
8:59P
9:52 P
10:38P


From

Page 1



City

begin working up a new
budget for the next fiscal year.
He asked that the Commis-
sioners begin thinking about
input to budgeted items for the
new year.
A new program of building
sidewalks throughout the City
was. suggested by Commis-
sioner Wesley R. Ramsey,
,working on a basis similar to
the current program ofinstal-
altion of storm sewers on an
annual basis.
Under the plan, a certain
amount of money would be set
aside each year for sidewalk
construction.
Mayor Frank Pate observed
that more and more people'
are walking, jogging and rid-
ing bicycles for exercise and
that many areas of the City
could put some good sidewalks
to good use.
The Commission approved
of the idea and 'wanted to
begin the program in the new
fiscal year's budget.

(Continued from Page 1)



Bridge

loose spans would cause the
back of the span to depress,
possibly damaging the vehicle
passing over and certainly
offering a hazard to the work-
men working under 'the span
on the rebuilding process,
Hagler said that after this
week, the gear replacement
will be complete on one leaf of
the span and thd bridge leafs
will be arranged in such a
fashion where emergency ve-
hicles may be allowed to pass
over. The bridge will still be
closed to regular traffic for
the remaining two weeks.
Only walking traffic will be
permitted on a regular basis.
All of this has been made
public now, but in the initial
announcement of possible in-
convenience to boat and vehi-
cle traffic during the repair
period, there was no mention
by DOT of any long period of
complete traffic abstention
over the bridge. The DOT still
has not officially announced to
the people of this area that the
bridge would be closed to
traffic.
In the meantime, all east-
west traffic which would nor-
mally use the bridge must
detour by way of either Over-
street or Wewahitchka be-
tween Port St. Joe and Pana-
ma City.


In order for members to
meet the new guidelines, ap-
propriate medical authority
must certify that the candi-
date has a severe mental or
physical handicap as defined
in BSA regulations, and the
Council's appropriate com-
mittees must certify as to the
completion of all existing re-
quirements for each progress
award, including the Eagle
Scout award.
If proper certification is
given, Cub Scouts may remain
in the program after their 11th
birthday, Scouts can partici-
pate after age 18, ard male


and female Explorers may
remain in their units after the
age of 21. All of them will
continue to be eligible for their
respective advancement pro-
grams.
Mertins pointed out that
there are 60,000 handicapped
persons registered in almost
4,000 Cub Scout packs, Scout
troops, and Explorer posts,
including special units for the
handicapped.
Scouting units in the Gulf.
Coast Council that were or-
ganized especially for handi-
capped members include
Troop 411, sponsored by Pick-


ens Elementary School of
Pensacola; Troop 365, spon-
sored by Oak Grove Center
Booster Club of Panama City;
Pack 761 and Troop 761, both
sponsored by the Hillcrest
School of Bonifay; Pack 762
and Troop 762, sponsored by
the DeFuniak Kiwanis Club;
and Pack 519 and Troop 519
sponsored by Ft. Walton
Beach Civitan Club, and which
will start an Explorer Post
For young people, 15 and
older, this month. "The Gulf
Coast Council is a participat-
ing agency of the United Way'
Mertins added.


Say You Saw It In The Star


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Cartier,
Minister of Music


OBITUARIES:


Funeral Service Tues.,

for Gordon E. Brown


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR. Port St. Joe,

,., .i



Debbie Burns, center, o
gifts as Brenda Mathes, Jea
-, WM e Da-l



S Miss Debbie Burns was
l'' honoredd with a calling bridal
Shower May4th at the Florida
'Power Lounge. Tables were
:.beautifully decorated in
Spring flowers.
S Miss Burns and Mrs. Fay


Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1978


pens one of her: may shower. watch and help.
in McMillan and Opal Howard


rs Feted With Shower
*n :


Howard, mother of the bride,
were presented with corsages
in the bride's chosen colors of
blue and white.
Miss Burns received many
lovely and useful gifts. The


hostesses presented the
honoree with a Crock Pot.
Hostesses for the occasion
were Mrs. Brenda ',Mathes,
;' Mrs. Leo Kennedy, Mrs. Glen
Williams, Mrs. Katherine
Adams, Mrs. Sonny Sherrell,


County Girl Scout T


Week End At Camp


On April 28, six Girl Scout
troops of Gulf County travel-
led to Panama City for a
weekend of fun and adventure
in a woodland whimsey on the
beautiful camp site of Camp
Eleanor located on the St.
Andrews Bay.,
Friday night girl scouts
Enjoyed a "Getting Ready for
S Work" skit performed by Jr.
S.f. Troop 247, leader Pat Vinning.
1. 9'. Jr. Troop 118, leader Ruth
Lucas, provided a puppet
show with puppets the girls
S had made themselves in pre-
~"~ ', vious troop meetings. Brownie
-- .: troop 317, leader Sue Hanlon,
Shared games such as "Inchey
Pinchey" with the leaders
participating. Jr. troop 245,
and Cadette troop 248, leader

N Revival Series at

,Howard Creek
A Revival meeting series
has been scheduled for June 4
-tar poo through .14 at the Howard
Creek Baptist Mission, ac-
cording to the Pastor, Rev.
Orval Reynolds..
S Guest speaker for-the revi-
val series will be Rev. Howard


Mrs. Troy McMillan, and Mrs.
Tom Mork.
The wedding of Debbie
Burns and Dit Butler will be
June 3 at 8 p.m. at the Beach
Baptist Chapel.

Reception for

Rudy Gaskins
The children of Mr. and
Mrs. Rudy Gaskin will honor
them in a reception to be held
at the Gaskin home in Wewa-
hitchka Sunday afternoon on
the occasion of their. Golden
Wedding Anniversary.
The reception will be held
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., CDT,
with all friends and relatives
of the honored couple invited
to attend.
Hosts for the occasion are
Mrs. Betty. Ani Owens and
Rudy Gaskin, Jr.


Browning.
Everyone is invited to aft-
tend.

Gospel Sing at

White City
There will be a gospel sing
at the White City Assembly of
God Church this Friday night,
May 19th, at 7:30 p.m. Featur-
ed will be the Tonemaster
Quartet.
The Pastor, Rev. Bobby
Taylor, invites everyone to
attend.


Reva Lane, provided music
and demonstration of the
"Cotton Eyed Joe" square,
dancing. Needless to say here
was much fun, songs, laughter
and tired feet before troops
retired for the night.
Saturday found troops busy
preparing fires for their
breakfast and making plans
for lunch. Troops worked on
nature crafts, macrame, knot
tying, and other crafts plan-
ned by each troop. Jr. Troop 76
and Cad. Troop 310, leader
Dorothy Jones, enjoyed the
beautiful seashore and swim-
ming.
Learning about and living in
nature with all her wondrous
ways is really the key to why a

Revival

Set In

White City
Dr.. Larry Wade the youthful
dynamic pastor of the Bran-
nonville Baptist Church, Pa-
nama City, will be the evange-
list in revival service with the
White City Baptist Church,
May 22.thru 28.
Services will be nightly at
7:30 E;S.D.T. Pastor J.B.
Ansley and members extend a
cordial invitation to everyone
in the area to share in these
services.
Dr. Wade is highly trained
.and experienced in evange-
lism and.as a pastor.
More than eighty souls have
joined with Dr. Wade and the
Brannonville Baptist Church
within the past six and a half
months. Also, he preaches to
-an overflowing' congregation
each Sunday morning.
Dr. Wade conducts a chil-
drens service preceding each
message..He preaches the
"Old time Gospel", in a most
unusual way. Come, see and
hear for yourself.
There will be a nursery
provided for all services.


camp
tant
the d
vision
every
rene'
and
ture.
A
theg
frien
share
with.
ity ti


troopss Spend a


Eleanor Outing
p experience is so impor- and learn new ones in a
to Girl Scouts. Without comfortable, supportive en- A'
distraction of radios, tele- vironment. But most import-
n sets, and the routine of ant, it helps the girls' gain a
y day life, girls can get a greater confidence in -them-
wed sense of themselves selves and their abilities.
their relationship to na- We would like to say a
special "Thank You" to all
camp experience gives those parents and assistant
irls a chance to make new leaders who helped in provid-
ds with the girls they ing transportation to and from
e their tents and meals Camp Eleanor and for their
They have an opportun- continued support of the Girl
o sharpen familiar skills Scout program in Gulf County.


n.h' New shipment of
Cos Cobb Blouses

.'T' .Skirts Blazers
sun rops




Mn' Work Pants ....... 6.98
La m Csual sandies......... 3.98
Prom Drosses -Sun Dresses 12.98



Big Sale To Reduce Stock
Before Moving to
New Building.



Our Fashion Show has been postponed at
Buffer's due to the bridge being out in Port St.
Joe, until- Monday, May 29th .




Usa's

Factory Outlet
Hwy98 Apalachicola


Gary Pate, son of Mr. and
S Mrs. Frank Pate, Jr., will
graduate June 10th from the
: University of Florida with a
Bachelor of Science degree in
-i: Chemical Engineering.
His wife, Angie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dearinger
Sof Apalachicola, will also
\ graduate in June with an
Associate of Science degree in
: Nuclear Medicine Technology
from Santa Fe Community
C, : college ,
Gary, Angle, and their son

School

S Lunches
Monday, May 22
Fish witl catsup, fried pota-
toes, cabbage slaw, bun,
cookie, milk.
Tuesday, May 23
Beef, mashed potatoes with
gravy, turnips, fruit pie, corn-
bread, milk.
Wednesday, May.24
Fried chicken, tossed salad,
spicedbeets, rice with gravy,
rolls, milk.
Thursday, May 25
Hoagie sandwich, lettuce,
pickle, onion, fried potatoes,
cake, milk.
Friday, May 26
Turkey and rice, broccoli
with cheese sauce, Waldorf
salad, biscuit, brownie, milk.,
Menus are subject to change,.
due to availability of food.


CARD OF THANKS
Barnie and Mary Earley
and family wish to express
thier gratitude for the-many
prayers, cards, flowers, and
phone calls received during
Barnie's hospitalization. He is
,to be transferred to a VA hos-
pital in Tuskeegee, Alabama
the middle of this week for
therapy.
Your continued prayers
_during this time will be great-
- ly appreciated.


; Mi r. and Mrs. Gary ate and sonf Anthony


Pates Graduating from U.F.


Anthony will be,. moving. to where Gary will be employed
Houston, Tx. upon graduation by Pullman Kellogg Co.


Long Ave. Church


Marking 25th Year
rk n g.. a.,


'The Long Avenue Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe was
organized on May 10, 1953 and
constituted into a 'church. In
September of that year the
church called J. C. Odum as
pastor. The next month,
October 1953, the local church
was received into the fellow-
ship of the Northwest Coast
Baptist Association of Florida
and became affiliated with the
Southern Baptist Convention;
This coming Sunday, May
21, the church will observe its
Silver Anniversary, Regular


morning services at 9:45 and
11:00 A.M. Many former'
members and a host of friends
are expected for the dinner to
be served at the church follow-
ing the morning worship
service. A part of the celebra-
tion will include the burning of
the mortgage on church
property.
After lunch the church will
observe a program of music,
testimonies and fellowship.
All friends of the church are
invited.


i in Port St. Joe

FORMICA EXPERIENCE PREFERRED

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g First United t


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

CHURCH SCHOOL ..................;..... 9:45A.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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Dorothy Russell Wins Trophy

Ladies of St. Joseph's Bay Cox. bara Brodnax; second, Mon- the golfer's ultimate dream on in-one on hole seven of the
Country Club held their Four- Third flight: winner, Jean ica Stone and.consolation, May 10. Evelyn made a holh- local course.


Dorothy Russell, is shown receiving the ed the trophy in honor of his father, the late
. championship trophy of the St. Joseph's Bay Dave Gaskin. Ms. Russell hails from the
Country Club. Fourth Annual Invitational panama City Country Club. -Star photo
from David Carl Gaskin. Mr. Gaskin present-


th Annual Invitational Wed-
nesday and Thursday of last
week. Seventy-two entrants
from Marianna, Pensacola,
Tallahassee, Panama City,
Tyndall, Chattahoochee, Apa-
lachicola and Port St. Joe vied
for low scores.
Dorothy Russell, winner of
B division in the champion-
ship flight, and Margaret
Chancey, winner of A division,
both tied with low scores of 80,
had a sudden death play-off
for low medalist. Dorothy
Russell won on the first hole of
the play-off.
Second runners-up in A and
B division respectively were
Dot Locke and Irma White-
head.
Other flight winners:were:
First flight: Winner, Frank-
ie Gholson; second, Margaret
Costin and consolation, Peggy
Dodson with 92.
Second flight: winner,
Marge Ely; second, Lola
Toombs and consolation, Faye


Naberhuis; second, Bobbie
Smith and consolation, Mary
Rodgers.
. Fourth flight: winner, Dot
Hannon; second, Frankie
Cook and consolation, Eleanor
Campbell with 96.
Fifth flight: winner, Mary
Wall, second, Dot Wimberly
and consolation Catherine
Floyd with 98.
Sixth flight: winner, Geor-
gia Reyholds, second, Cleo
Gunn and consolation, Bobbie
Ross with 100.
Seventh flight: winner, Bar-


Brenda Butchika with 105.
Eighth flight: winner,
Margie Miller; second, Ag
Halley and consolation, Nell
Leonard with 109.
NEW OFFICERS
The Ladies' Golf Associa-
tion elected officers for the
upcoming new year. Selected
to serve were: Louise Colde-
wey, president; Frances Cha-
fin, vice-president; Frances
Brown, secretary and Dot
Wimberly, treasurer.
HOLE-IN-ONE
Evelyn Murdock achieved


Lee Ellzey Athlete of Year

With Panama City Christian


% Panama City Christian
School held its annual Athletic
Awards Banquet Saturday
night, May 13. The banquet
was held at Bob's Bradford
House at Panama City Beach
with 164 persons attending.
The athlete of the year


award was -a tie with two
trophy's being' awarded. Lee
Ellzey of Port St. Joe and
Terry McGowen of Panama
City shared this award. Lee
also received the Best Defen-
sive Player trophy of the year
in basketball.


NJROTC Gives Out Awards, Promotions


Thursday evening, May 11
the NJROTC unit at the Port"
'St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School'
held its annual awards and
promotions ceremony. The
event was held in the high
school gymnasium from
7:00-7:30 p.m. with approxi-
mately 100 guests in atten-


dance.
Captain Crook Stewart
from the Coast Guard Reserve
Officers Association in Pana-
ma City presented a medal
and plaque to Cadet Huey
Williams for his excellence in
leadership and contribution to
the NJROTC program during


Fast; Flavorful, and Fantastic
Outdoor grilling will never be as much fun as when you
cook versatile, low-calorie Florida Spanish mackerel over
the coals. Making its journey north during the spring, this
migratory fish will become available: fresh in seafood
markets all along the coast from Florida to Chesapeake Bay.
In Florida, the mackerel is harvested largely from
November through March at its peak of freshness and
abundance, to be made available year-round to seafood
lovers all over the country. This rich-tasting fish is con-
sidered one of the choicest species of the East Coast and is
ranked by some close to the highly prized pompano in
popular esteem. The natural oil content of this fish makes it a
great choice for baking, broiling, grilling or smoking. Nu-
tritionally a good choice for the grill, fish are low in calories,
high in polyunsaturated fats, and contain little or no choleste-
rol and sodium. The Florida Department of Natural Re-
sources recommends this flavorful fish for a fantastic cook-
out and offers "Charcoal Grilled Spanish Mackerel" for a
. fast way to prepare, cook and serve it. The recipe is so simple
S that preparation is no chore, and cooks so quickly that the
chef can feed any hungry crew and still be cool, calm, and
congenial.
CHARCOAL GRILLED SPANISH MACKEREL
2 pounds Spanish I teaspoon dried oregano leaves,
mackerel fillets or other crushed
fish fillets, fresh or frozen 3/4 teaspoon garlic salt
% cup lemon juice teaspoon pepper
4 cup olive oil % teaspoon monosodium glutamate
1 teaspoon salt
Thaw fish if frozen. Combine remaining ingredients. Brush
both sides of fillets with sauce. Place fillets in well-greased,
hinged wire grills. Cook about 4 inches from moderately hot
coals for 4 to 5 minutes. Baste with sauce. Turn. Cook for 4 to
5 minutes longer or until fish flakes easily when tested with a
fork. Makes 6 servings.
For more recipes, write: Seafood, DNR, Crown Building,
Tallahassee, Florida 32304.
f-

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

Invites You to Worship with Them
William Wilson, Pastor

SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ........................ 9:45AM
MORNINGWORSHIP..... ................ 11:00AM
EVENINGWORSHIP .................... 7:00PM
WEDNESDAYNIGHT .................... 7:00PM


this school year;
It was announced that Cadet
Woodreu A. Jones will receive
a special award from the Port
St. Joe Chapter of the DAR.
This award will be presented
at a later date this school
year. The distinguished cadet
awards went to Cadets Bernie
Wester and Jack Kerigan with.
honor cadet awards to Cadets
Joseph Wilson and Janet Cha-
vous. In addition there were
numerous awards made to
other cadets for aptitude,
exemplary conduct, personal
appearance and NS-land NS-2
honor classes.
Following the awards por-
tion of the ceremony, Com-
mander David Humphreys,
the Naval Science Instructor,
read the special order which
announced the cadet promo-
tions for next school year. The
promotions are as follows:
Cadet Woodrow Jones is
promoted to the gradei;.of
SCadet, Lieuteiant Cdr. and
assigned as Cadet Company
Commander.
Cadet Bernie Wester is pro-
moted to the grade of Cadet
Lieutenant and. assigned as
Cadet Company Executive Of-
ficer.
Cadet Robert Lange is pro-
moted to the grade of Lieuten-
ant (Junior Grade) and as-
signed as Cadet Operations
Officer.
Cadet Shane Boucher is
promoted to the grade of
Cadet Ensign and assigned as
Platoon Commander, First
Platoon.


Cadet Parion Mims is pro-
moted to the grade of Cadet
Ensign and assigned as Pla-
toon Commander, Second Pla-
toon.
Cadet Sammy Neel is pro-
moted to the grade of Cadet
Ensign and assigned as Com-
pany Administration Officer.
Cadet Samuel Brown is
promoted to the grade of
Cadet Ensign and assigned as
Cadet Supply Officer..
Cadet Fred Carr is promo-
ted to the grade of Cadet
Ensign and assigned as Com-
pany Ordance Officer.
Cadet Gregory Jones is
promoted to the rate.of Cadet
Senior Chief Petty Officer and
assigned to the Company Staff
as the Cadet Senior Chief
Petty Officer.
Cadet Janet Chavous is
promoted to the rate of Chief
Petty Officer and assigned to
the First Platoon as the Mus-
tering Petty Officer- '
Cadet David Fowler is pro-
moted to the rate of Chief
Petty Officer andxassigned to
the Second Platoon as the
Mustering Petty Officer.
SCadet Jack Kerigan is pro-
moted to the, rate of Chief
Petty Officer and assigned to
the Color Guard as Cadet
Color Guard Commander.
The following personnel are
promoted to the rate of Cadet
Petty Officer FIRST CLASS
and assigned as follows:
Jeff Walton, Platoon Guide,
First Platoon; Kathleen
Lyles, Platoon Guide, Second
Platoon; and Barney Amer-


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Welcome Friends
SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIPSERVICES..... 11:00A.M. &7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
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ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU HAVE THE MONEY.
Do-it-yourselfers get two kinds of satisfaction: a beautiful project,
and a bunch of money saved.
But it takes money to save money. Lumber, light fixtures, fabric andfloor coverings
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refinishing furniture or building a garage.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978


P. C. Team is


Winner' of


Dixie Youth


Softball Card


,. : .. ..
Baseball awards went to, left to right, Blain Cox, Duane
McFarland, Gregg Chason and Harlan Haddock Monday


night at a dinner held for the team


and coaches.
-Star photo


Baseball Awards Passed Out At


Seafood Dinner for Team


., Gene Raffield was host Mon-
day evening at his home for
-a seafood dinner honoring .the
High school baseball team.
T; he team finished the season
S 'with a 16-6 record and lost to
Blountstown in the first
S pounds of the state play-offs.



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Raffield served a dinner of
boiled shrimp and flounder
with the trimmings to the .18
players and their coaches. The
meal was prepared by Charles
Wall.
After the dinner, coaches
Gerald Lewter and Kesley


Colbert presented awards to
several of the players. Gregg
Chason, Craig Weimorts and
Wade Stoutamire were given
plaques for being chosen on
the All-Conference team by
coaches throughout the con-
ference.


Blain Cox was presented the
Most Improved award. Gregg
Chason was chosen by his
teammates as the leading
hitter. Harlan Haddock was
selected as Best Fielder and
Duane McFarland was pick-
ed for the' Most Valuable
Player award. All the mem-
bers of the team letered in
their sport.
After the presentations,
Coach Gerald Lewter said this
was his last year as baseball
coach at Port St. Joe high
School. Lewter has coached
the baseball team since the
sport was introduced to the
school sports program. Lew-
ter said he felt it was time for
him to start devoting more
time to his family and young
son and he felt he should step
down.
The team has had a winning
season every year under Lew-
ter's guidance.

Will Stock Bass
at Dead Lakes


Ladies ]
Little Jacks Lounge, Pana-
ma City, swept through an
invitational softball tourna-
ment held here last weekend
winning four and losing none

Wewa Bulls
Plan Play
The Third Annual Wewa
Bulls Class B Softball Tourna-
ment will be held June 2,,3 and
4.
Entrance fee is $45.00 plus
two softballs.,The tournament
is open to both men and
women's teams.
For further information,
call 639-2391 or 639-5392 after 4.
p.m.

Chester Mathis
Returns from
Med. Cruise
Navy Boiler Technician
Third Class Chester L. Mathis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady 0.
Mathis of 1313 McClelland
Ave., Port St. Joe, recently
returned from ,an extended"
deployment in the Mediter-
ranean Sea.
He is assigned to the de-
stroyer USS Blandy, home-
ported in Norfolk, Va.
During the seven-month
cruise,-Blandy participated in
various training exercises
with other U.S. Sixth Fleet
units and those of allied
nations, including the com-
bined naval exercises. "Na-
tional Week XXIV" and
"Sardinia '78" in the Mediter-
ranean. Port visits were made
in Egypt, Greece, Turkey,
Italy, Spain and Tunisia.
A 1974 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, Mathis
joined the Navy in November
1975.


Journey
to capture the tournament
trophy.
The ladies of Little Jack's
first defeated the Lady Vam-
pires from Quincy 9-5, then
came back to smother the
Youngstown team of Tidewa-
ter Equipment 22-6. Little
Jack's then defeated the Slug-
gers of Port St. Joe in two
games 15-14 and 12-11 to
capture the title.
Geneva Briggs of the St. Joe
Sluggers was awarded the
Most Valuable Player trophy
for her excellent play. Geneva
hit five.home runs during the
tournament while missing al-
most the entire last game due
to illness. She also won the
Home Run Derby by hitting
four home runs in 10 attempts.
Johnnie Mae Robinson of
the Sluggers won the Base-
running Contest with a time of
11.3 seconds. J. Shelfer of
Shiver Construction Co. of
Quincy won the Throwing
Accuracy Contest.
Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Baseball and the Recreation
Dept. extends its appreciation
to all who volunteered their
services to make the tourna-
ment possible. There were too
many to list them by name,
but you know who helped, and
we thank you very much.


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our
sincere thanks to all our
relatives, friends and neigh-
bors for flowers, food, cards of
sympathy at the time of the
loss of our mother, May N.
Pierson.
A special thanks to Dr.
Poonai, Dr. Vasquez and the
Municipal Hospital staff. Also,
Rev. Claude McGill, Rev.
W.N. Stephens and Comforter
Funeral Home. It is such a
comfort to know so many
people share our loss.
Moulton and Ruth Freeman


MAJOR LEAGUE
The Dozers will host the
Boxers Friday afternoon at
t 5:30, followed by Ford West-
ern against the Hard Stars at
8:00. On Monday, the Dozers
will play the Hard Stars;
Tuesday, the Boxers will go up
against the Krafties and Wed-
nesday, Ford Western will
play the Dozers.
MINOR LEAGUE
Basic hosts Sylvachem this
afternoon at 5:30 and Sylva-
chem will play Telco Friday
afternoon. Beginning the week
on Monday will be Telco
against the Patriots; Sylva-
chem will play Florida Bank


on Tuesday, and Wednesday,
Telco will play Basic.
DIXIE BOYS
The Western Flyers will.
play Ralph and Pate's on
Thursday afternoon. Monday,
Raffield's will host Ralph and
Pate's, and Tuesday, Ralph
and Pate's with play the
Western Flyers.
CHURCH SOFTBALL
The Beach Baptist Chapel
Will play Long Avenue Baptist
at 7:00, followed by Oak. Grove
Assembly against First Bap-
tist at 8:15, and ending the
night will be Beach Baptist
against First Methodist at
9:30.


All-Conference selections in baseball are,
..left to right: Gregg Chason, Craig Weimorts

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Renfro's at
Bubba Harm
with 17 homer
morts .705 wi
Bill Dodson
homeruns, an
ger .556 with


and Wade Stoutamire.


The Game and Fresh Water
Commission has announced
that Saturday, May 20 at 10:00
a.m. CDT, they will stock the
Sunshine Bass at the Dead
Lakes State Park.
SRepresentative Billy Joe
Rish will be on hand for the
--Star photo occasion.


ifro's Use Home Run


op Taunton Tourney


qw pitch softball
:he 4th Annual
other's Invita-
ament held this
i in Wewahitch-
ipiled a 8-1 tour-
rd while defeat-
f Panama City
to Wilson's Sea-
lachicola 35-23,
cordia of Havan-
ited Putnams of
22-13, defeated
of Panama City
[Bulls of Wewa-
lefeated Wilson's
palachicola 19-12,
cee's of Wewa-
18 and 22-7.
ne games in the
Renfro's scored
Shitting 60 home
process. Leading
the plate was
ion hitting .829
runs, Craig Wei-
th 13 homeruns,
.622 with nine
id Warren Yea-
eight homeruns.


FIRST BAPTIST

CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music & Youth
SUNDAYSCHOOL ...... ............. 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCHTRAINING ................. 6:15P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES. 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"


Selected to the all tourna-
ment team were Bubba Har-
mon, Craig Weimorts, and
Warren Yeager. Craig Wei-
morts won the base running


contest with a time of 10
seconds. Jim Mashburn won
the pitching contest with a
total of 18 points out of a
possible 25.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 PAGE SEVEN


V LOOKING

F FOR A JOB?A


RAL SATEFO ALE


Two large corner lots for
sale at Ward Ridge. Call
229-8092. 4tp-4-18

One acre of land. Six miles
south of Wewa on Hwy. 71
-High and dry. Call 639-5503 or
639-2776. 2tp4-18

Three BR home, large din-
ing and kitchen area, bath,
den, two screened porches.
-Includes stove, refrigerator,
* window ac. Carpeted, 1H lots.
$14,000. 516 9th St. See any
time. .: tfc5-18

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


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 643r5138. tfc 11-24

Three bedroom masonry
house at 105 Bellamy Circle.
Call 227-1 607 after 5:00 p.m.
tfc 10-13

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

Cottage, 2 BR, 2nd Ave.,
Highland View, corner lot,
$5.000 firm. 648-5332.
tfc 12-15


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


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SEach office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY

F.H.A. gai od,,an. Down p nt $1,-
450.00. r pand int e ay-
ment $293.9' brm, aJ.coinert, n. h
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PORT ST. JOE
Brick home, 3 bdrm, 1 bath,
living.room, dining room,
carpeted den, kitchen. Lot
91' x 148'. Assume 7:/ per
cent existing mortgage. 2007
Palm Blvd.


BEACHES
Almost new beach cottage, 2
bdrm-bath, living room,
dining-kitchen combo. 8th
Street.
Five-plex currently rented,
near water on 40th St. Good
investment.


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


3 bdrm, I bath, living rm. $' 20,000.
,,din .rm.., J.chen.,..ylg td'~.^ bbl:.i hi3; bor.;- -bbrickoi r1. 6- .'1
fenced, shallow well" & new lnexcelblnd- 2 lots Almost nev brick home-
pump 1904 Cypress. totalling 150' x 150' A per- l:1 acres. Over 3,500 sq. feet
manent home to be proud of. of living area. This one is
Swimming pool, 4 bedroom, Corner of Georgia and Mag- two homes in one-3 bdrms
2 baths, den, living rm, ellan, St. Joe Beachr 2. baths, liv. rm, din. rm,
dining rm carnet, custom kitchen and den in main


drapes. 2,240 sq.. ft. Chain
link fence. Cen. h&a. 304
-12th St. A real bargain at
$39,500.


Price Reduced 2 story
older frame home, 2 separ-
ate apartments. 3 bdrms
up; 2 bdrms, screen porch
down. Separate stairway
front & back. 708 Long Ave.
$12,500.
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
plurfbing, screen porch.
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.

4 bdrm. 1'_ baths, plenty of
roo for largeamily,
al nn ing. e ar-
bor, h back
v .y0lT0 f .Priced
right. 518 8th St.

3 bdrm home on 2 park-like
lot.. 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, living rm, den, screen-
ed porch. Cen. h-ac and
carpeted.

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


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

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

Large 6i0x15' 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 '., 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.


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,
208 2nd Ave. Starter home
for young couple. Call us for
a look-see. $8,000.

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.
Reduced.

WHITE CITY
Charles St., 4th on right. 3
bdrm. 2 bath, brick, laundry
room, garage on wooded,
chain link fence lot. $23,500.
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.

Two bedroom house on 50 x
150 lot with three additional
lots available. 150 ft. well
pump, chain link fence.


MOBILE HOMES
Excellent double-wide Tif-
fany. partially furnished.
Buy equity and take over
payments.
ACREAGE
312 A. in Overstteet. Dbl-
wide mobile home. 4 bdrms,
2 baths, large den, built-in
bar. Excellent condition.
Price reduced.


GARAGE SALE: 223 7th St.
Friday and Saturday begin-
ning at 10:00 a.m. Oak Grove


Assembly of God Youth


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Perfect wedding and shower
gifts. Lace-trimmed nylon tri-
cot sheets, pillow cases, con-
tour fitted bottom, king.
queen, etc. Call 648-5201.
2tp 5-11

15 h.p. Evinrude, excellent
condition. 229-6922 after 5:30
p.m.
tfc 5-11

"The Great Tide", written
by Rubylea Hall, former resi-
dent of Port St. Joe, will be on
sale 'at the following places
and also it is in its sixth
printing:
Buzzett's Drug Store
Campbell's Drug Store,
Pauline's Restaurant
Phillip's Gulf Service Station
Hickory House
Gulf Sands Restaurant, M.B.
Mexico Beach Grocery, M.B.
Kerigan's Kargo, M.B.
Mrs. Hubert Brinson; 216 6th
St., Port St. Joe, Fla. 229-8663.
3tp 5-11

AKC Registered female
Doberman Pinscher. 4 months
old. Has had ears cropped and
has had all shots. If interested
call 229-8877 or 227-1564. tfc 5-4

Baby ducks, turkeys, bob
white quail and pharoah quail.
Eggs hatched. Elmo Ford,
227-1293. tfc 5-11

18' fiber glass boat. Can be
seen at 1105 Garrison, $900.
See Pauline at Pauline's Rest-
aurant
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19' mullet boat. 2 nets. $750.
Call 229-6500 or 227-1281.
tfc 5-4


For Sale: A home away
from home! Three bedroom
mobile home at Bryant's
Landing. Excellent condition
with eight foot room on each
side. On two 80 x 100 lease lots
14 mile from Chipola River.
$3.000* case or $3.500 terms
with 2,000 down. May be vcecn
by calling Mrs. C.E. Boyer at
639-2874, or owner Archie Wil-
liams at 653-8737. 4tp 5-18

1812' Seabreeze boat, 105.
h.p. Chrysler engine. Excel-
lent cond. Less than 60 total
hours, new heavy duty gal-
vanized trailer & other items.
Price $1,875 firm. Phone G. H.
Wimberly 227-1739 after 5 p.m.
4tc 4-27

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

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

TRAMPOLINES IN STOCK
6 FT. x 10 FT. OR ROUND.
We deliver and assemble.
Terms available. WESTERN
AUTO, 219 Reid Ave. 227-1105.
tfc-4-6
DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
election of swatches to choose.
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
AXqFphoHe 227-1780 ':? **


SERIE


Any Type Lawn W
I'll do it right
whether large or sr
Call Now!
Tommy Simmons 22
Free Estimates


CAREFOOT SEPTIC
Septic tanks cleaned
Phone 229-8227


ALLEN'S CABIN]
328 7th Street
Highland View
Cabinets, furniture,
etc.
Call 229-6207


Painting & Remode
Reasonable Rat(
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfc
FILL DIRT
Front End Load
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & S(
229-6018

ST. JOE MACHINE
Machine Work We
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty al
every day


KENT SERVICE
GE Dealer
New & Used Applia
For Services or Pa
Call 229-6394
.tfc


ork

mall!
nail!

9-8404

4tp 4-27

TANK
d out.

tfc 12-22

ETS


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

Custom-made wooden name
plaques, for mail boxes, front
gales..door posts. etc. Econo-
my Motors & Garden Center,
:30111 wy. 98. HV. 229-6001f.
New and used lawnmowers
for sale Lawn mowers, tills
and garden tractors repaired.
Economy Motors & Garden
Center. :01 Hwy. 98. HIV.
22!9-6i01. tf 4-28

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

FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert
648-5047
tfe 7-15
15' fiberglass boat, 16,500
btu window air conditioner.
229-6336. tic 5-4

One Realistic CR radio with
side band, has digital clock. 1
yr. old, paid, $399, will sell for
$150.227-1541. tfc 5-4




LOST Last Friday May 12
near Jr. Food Store on St. Joe
Beach. Light cocoa male min.
poodle wearing beige collar
with no tag. Name Andre'.
Please notify Larry Davis at
648-8240 or 227-8754 '; Child's
pet. tc 5-18


MISC., FOR SALE


Kittens to give away. Need 1977 Cougar XR7, air cond.,
good home. Long haired. Call am-fm, 8-track, vinyl roof,
229-6216. : H 5-18'-'xcelleni cond. Call Rtch's
IGA, 227-1564. tfc 4-13


Help Wanted: apply in per-
son, no phone calls please. 266
Water Street, Apalachicola,
Intracoastal Marine Supply.
tfc 4-20


NOTCE


'Carpentry Work Done Psychological Services for
Reasonable Rates anyone with problems in; day-
Jimmy Johnson to-day living. Gulf"County
Phone 229-8757 Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
tfc 2-2 227-1145. (24 hr.)


WHITFIELD'S
POWER CLEANING
& PAINTING
Carpentry & Plumbing
Repairs

Houses or Any Buildings
229-8715 tfc 2-2


vanities, Complete Wood Shop
Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
tfc 12-1 Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
eling paint, lumber.
es Earley's Hardware &
s 1 Building Supply
Iwivy 98SW. 227-176:1
12-8 tfc 8-5
REPAIRS
er Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
ON work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing.
S_ SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
CO. Phone 229-60f8
dCO.n Port St. Joe tfc7-22
elding

BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
11 day will buy your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for information.
24 hour
Also
Offering:
nces TOWINO
arts 52tp 7-14 C


4-28


Lawn & Gardening Needs
Feed Lawn Mower &
Small Engine Repairs


Economy Motors &
SGarden Center
301 Hwy. 98 H.V.
229-6001tfc -2
tfe 4-28


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?
Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of For Cable TV

Fishing Tackle Installation In Port St. Joe
Fishing Tackle ^^^^*
urbut Spply hone 229-7232
SS Or Visit the Telephone Company
306 Reid Ave. Business Office


LEWIS FLOOR CLEANING
All Types


229-6482 or 229-644


Bush hog work: Bull
Root Rate, lots cleared
ways built. Call 648-892


For

Ambulance

SCall -

227-1115


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



THE SAMPLER SHOP
13:106 Woodward Ave:
GIFTS
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 5-8 p.m.
Saturdaylla.m. -7p.m.
tfc 7-14


"Ithink it was something I ofe."



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


47
tfc 9-20 Reward offered for informa-
tion leading to the arrest and
dozer, conviction of the one who stole
, drive- three pigs from my peri in
24. Kenney Mills. Contact Willie
Burrows at 229-6846, 206 6th
St., Port St. Joe. 2tp 5-11


Reward! Anyone having in-
formation on the person or
persons who entered the High-
land View Methodist Church
and took the P.A. Speaker
Head to our P.A. System
please call 229-8710. 3tp5-18

NOTICE
I will not be responsible for
charges other than those in-
curred by me personally.
Mark T. Martin
4tc 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-
paniqns 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 Cut-
off. Good water from deep
well. 168' on Hwy 22 A plus 175'
on water. Call Benton Hamm
at 639-2781. tfc5-4


Sell -.-ur

valuable Jnk
with a Star

Classified Ad!


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

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

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

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

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

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

3 BR furnished house, 528
7th St. 648-5873 after 4 p.m.

Au to obl
For Sale


Eldon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate.


648-5011

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





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


Public


Notices

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 the
extent of ownership is: Dr.
Shirley R. Simpson, owner,
100 percent.
4tc5-4

NOTICE
THE WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK
wishes toannounce the filing on April 27,
1978, of an application with the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation for a
branch facility in Port St. Joe, Florida.
If this application is approved, the
address of the proposed facility will be
403 Williams Street.
The applicant shall, within 15 days
after the Regional Director has notified
the applicant in writing that an applicp-
tion has been accepted for filing, publish
one time in a newspaper of general
circulation in the community in which
the applicant's head office is located and
in a newspaper of generalcirculation in
the community in which the applicant
proposes to engage in business a notice
containing the name of the applicant or
applicants, the subject matter of the
application, the location at which the
applicant proposes to engage in busi-
ness, and the date upon which the
application was accepted for filing by
FODC Immedalely alter publication,
Ihe apoplcan t hall lurnisn the Regional
Director with a certification from the
publisher, and a tear sheet or clipping
evidencing such publication..
Any person wishing to comment on
this application may file his comments
in writing with the Regional Director of
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora-
tion at its Regional Office located at 233
Peachtree Street, N.E., Peachtree Cen-
ter Harris Tower, Suite 2400. Atlanta,
Georgia, 30303. If any person desires to
protest the granting of this application
he has a right to do so if he files a writ-
ten notice of his intent with the Regional
Director within 15daysof the date of this
publication. The noncohfidential por-
tions of the application are on file in the
Regional Office as part of the public file
maintained by the Corporation. This file
is available for public inspection during
regular business hours.
WEWAHFTCHKA STATE BANK
Wewahitchka, Florida

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd
day of April, 1978, pursuant to a Writ of
Execution issued in the Circuit Court df
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Flor.
ida, in and for Gulf County, Case No.
77-55 In the cause of William H. Carr, Jr.,
d-b-a Carr's Auto Sales, Plaintiff, vs.
Walter Johnson, Defendant, I, Ken
Murphy, Sheriff of Gulf County, havi
levied upon the property of the defen-
dant, to-wit:
1973 Oldsmobile, door,
S No. 3N39H3E166502.
On the 22nd day of May, 1978, at two
o'clock in the afternoon on the steps of
the Gulf County Courthouse, Port St.
Joe, Florida, I will offer for sale said
property for cash to the highest bidder,
subject to all prior liens, If any, to satisfy
said Writ of Execution.
.s- KEN MURPHY, Sheriff
Gulf County, Florida t 4-27

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes, the under-
signed persons intend to regis-
ter with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice,
the fictitious name or trade
name under which they will be
engaged in business and in
which said business is to be
carried on, to-wit:
Name of business, Brock
Paving Company; location of
business, Gulf Street, St. Joe
Beach, Florida; owner, Tho-
mas L. Brock. 4tp 5-18

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
the Afty Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe sitting as
the Board of Adjustment will
hold a public hearing at the
City Hall, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, at 8:00 P.M., E.D.T.,
Tue SJ'. June 6, 1978, to
determinkf whether the City
will authorize a deviation to
Zoning Ordinance No. 5 for a
variance in.R-1 Zoning, Lot :1,
Block 109, 2101 Long Avenue,
for the purpose of constructing
a carport 4' of property line.
Michael J. Wright
City Auditor and Clerk"

SUBSCRIBE TO THE STARt!


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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1978


I i t a~LC'i' _- i-i--


Film to be Shown at Church of God


ProteCliOn

For over 5,000 years, RX has sym-
bolized mdnis weapons against
Disease. The ancient Egyptiahs
used the magic eye of Horus,
God of Day, as a charm to guard
S them against ills and suffering.
e. centuries later, the.eye reap-
peared. in a form similar to our
"4" and evolved gradually into
S its present RX. But your doctor
doesn't depend on Horus or
a:Jupiter...he relies on your Rexal
Pharmacist and the improved
drug products your pharmacist
.. stocks. You, too, can rely on
SRexall brand products.

; YOUR
PHARMACY.

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


Dr. Rhea At

SFirst Baptist
Dr. Claude Rhea, Dean of
School of Music, Samford
University, Birmingham, Ala-
bama will be at the First
Baptist Church Friday and
'S turday evenings :at 7:30
p.m. for a Choral Music Clinic.
S: On Sunday morning Dr.
:. Zhea will be in concert during
gthe 11:00 a.m. worship ser-
:..ice. He will sing and :share
'with us about his life.
a -i


S-7k

Baseball coaches Kesley Colbert, left and
Gerald Lewter, right, admire the Athlete of


the year award recently awarded to Gregg
Chason, center, for his activities in baseball.


Gregg Chason Selected One

of State's "Athletes of Year"'


Gregg Chason, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Williston Chason was
selected as one of the Florida
Athletic Coaches Association
"Athletes of the Year in
Baseball in the State of Flor-
ida". -
The Association is recogniz-


In Accident
Mrs. John Davidson and her baby were
taken to Municipal Hospital for treatment in
this accident. Investigating officers said


71
'"i


Light Back Up

Roosevelt Beard, assistant street superintendent, makes
adjustments to the traffic light at the intersection of
Monument Avenue and Second Street. The light was put back
into operation this week after extensive repairs to the light.
Apparently a truck had struck it several weeks ago, putting it
out of commission. ---Star photo


ing those boys who have
shown excellence in their in-
dividual sports. Gregg is one
of 25 boys in the state who was
selected by the Coaches Asso-
ciation for outstanding,
achievement in baseball. '
Gregg was a ,two year


apparently a tire went flat on the car, causing
Mrs. Davidson to lose control. The car then-
went off the shoulder of the road and
overturned. The accident happened Monday
afternoon about two miles north of Port St.
Joe on Highway 71.


Basic

Reports

Earnings
CLEVELAND, OHIO-Ba-
sic Incorporated recently re-
ported sales and earnings for
the first quarter of 1978.
For the quarter, earnings
per common share were $0.87
compared to $0.35 for the
same period a year ago.
Max Muller, president, said,
"First quarter 1978 earnings
of $0.87. per share represents a
go6d rebound from the de-
pressed level of $0.35 per
share reported for the first
quarter 1977. All three divi-
sions of the Company partici-
pated in this improvement."'
Basic Incorporated pro-
duces refractory materials'
and chemical and electronic
products.

Paul Saylors

Honored at
Texas College
Students at East Texas Bap-
tist College recently partici-
pated in a Honors Day Con-
vocation. At the program,
Paul Saylors, a native of Port
St. Joe, was named Who's Who
in the field of religion.

ji ~ iK


Sheet R

Reg. 1.49 per roll


SMOKE
& FIRE
ALARM
On goud 24 hi,. a day. lontlon dtct.
yr. limited waNMnty. "Puih to Test'
button and flashing lght to indlca
vol alk1ine y t inclio.
No. 48=001.


trw -- c-a -
Modern living room group. But. ,fted back and seat. rolled padded arms
with belts over arms. Casters. Covered in 100% Herculon Fabric. 399.95

414-416 Reid Ave. -CifC ^c' c1v 229-6195
Port St. Joe,'Fla. HOME FURPNI?.SINO CNTIERSS Kelly Goodman, owner
........ ..... .. . .. -.


I


starter for the Port St. Joe
Sharks. He led this year's
team in hitting'with a' .344
average and committed only
three errors in 24 games while,
playing second base.
Baseball coach Gerald Lew-
ter said, "Gregg is one of the
hardest workers and most
coachable boys we have hadin
our baseball program."
Gregg has been nominated
to play in the state high school
all-star game. Team selection
will take place later in the
month of May.


Policemen may roam the
corridors of many American
High Schools and educators
look to the future with grim
predictions, but there's a
silver lining to the cloud.
SENIOR 'YEAR, a feature
release by the Ken Anderson
Films Organization of Winona
Lake, Indiana, documents the
other side of the story.
The film, based on actual
happenings in American High
Schools, tells the story: of
Steve and Angie. New Christ-
ians, they struggled to con-
vince their peers that faith in
God both makes sense and
provides true arid lasting hap-
piness.
It wasn't easy for Steve. He
didn't like ridicule. He much
preferred being an accepted
member of the group. But, like
his girlfriend, he wasn't about
to trade what he knew'was
right for what he knew was
wrong,
Even when tragedy crossed
their lives, Steve and Angie
could see beyond disappoint-
ment through their faith in

James.Dandy
Promoted
by Air Force
James T. Dandy, son of
retired Air Force Technical
Sergeant and Mrs. James F.
Dandy 'of 600 Marvin Ave.,
Port St. Joe, has received his
first promotion in the U.S. Air
Force.
Dandy, promoted to airman,
recently completed technical.
training at Lowry AFB,, Col.,.
and is now assigned at Griffiss
AFB, N:Y. He, serves as a
weapons mechaiic with a unit
of the Strategic Air Command.
The airman is a 1977 gra-
duate of Port St. Joe Junior-
Senior High School;


First

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

Welcome to Everyone

Rev. Malcolm B. Koehler, Pastor


God. believable motion picture ex-
Excellently cast and beauti- perience. It will be shown at
fully photographed, SENIOR Highland View Church of God
YEAR is a fast, moving, on Thursday evening at 7:30


p:m., sponsored by the
Church of God Youth.
A free will offering will be A
received.


Save



your shoes...


Let our classified pages


do the walking for you.


Take off your shoes and relax while you look through the
classified pages of our'newspaper. If you want a job, or
someone to fill that job, or want to buy, rent or sell
anything from aardvarks to zeppelins, chances are that
you'll find whatever you're looking for in our classified
pages. Our classified pages do the walking for you-and
get results for those who are lookingas well as those
who advertise.




The Star


306-308 Williams Ave.


Phone 227-1278


I WEST BUILDING MATERIALS CENTER
,rl 7:30 8:00 Mon- thru Fri 5400 E, Hwyway98
S8:00 4:00 Sat. Phone 763-1739 763-1739
GW I guaranteed on Every Purchase! 10:00"- 2:00 Sunday Panama City L.ite.d o.0nt


S ONE PIECE ALUMINUM
FIBERGLASS ALUMINUM
TUB WINDOWS
69 : : ,2'8" x 3'0" 4 95 SAVE
(shower head and ,. Reg 21 95 7.00!
i fauce xt a R
3'0" x 3'0", reg. 22.95..............15.95
2'8'' x 4'4", reg. 25.95...............18.95
Comnaton ba tu and ower3'0" x 4'4", reg. 27.95...............19.95
design is spacious and convenient.
Warm to the touch and slip resisant 2'0 30 rg. 18.99. .............. 15.49
all over: not just on the bottom
No 77002.6. 2'0" x 4'4", reg. 23.99 ...............21.99


AG. LEVEL LOOP CARPET ON CUSHION BACK
An outstanding decorator value from West
Choose from a range of colors. Give your
home a beautiful new look Carpet to en-
hance every room in the house. S. YD
DUTIFUL & DURABLE INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET
pOOhisOe or anywhere' Cho ce of lour colors.
NO. 176527. No. 17652, No. 176529, r
No. 176530. SO. YD.
Armstrong 8 Ft. Pan
FVI OORCOVERING 12 Ft. P
SS asoce,4, '"
I~~~~~' 6 '4 1


S..ti.i of. R 30 INCH ATTIC FAN
9. 79s
Aluminum Shutter, f -L
7 9 m" e No. 001036. .. 25.95
Belt driven 4 blade tan Draws cool i t
Sair Into erly room ol thi h;.M C
"^ tan has a 1/3 horsepower spring lens0on
motor No. 001030.
PRESSURE 1/2" UTILITY
LUMBERJACK TREATED PLYWOOD
2 x 4-8's LUMBERJACK 4 x 8 Ft.
III '. 2 x 4-8's
SE H No. 525192 EACH
SAn ,deal grade for the aver-
Come in and stock up at this fabulous A. age home p 1roc. Sae at
tow proce. Limit 50 please. No. 525071. EACH isloow price. No. 14e6010.

FIBERGLASS INTERIOR s9
ROOF PANEL.! DOOR UNIT EACH
Sa SIZES: 1-6 x 6-8
26" x 72" Panels thru 3-0 x 8-8 4 x FT.
Reg. 3.99
White, Clear, Green 99 1/" PRE-FINISHED
nel, Reg. 4.99 ..........3.77 | PANELING
anal, Reg. 7.59 ........5.77 Choose Io a ssortment of rst
Panels let lghlt through, but keep hal out. Cash Cary Ing w o i ln rintos harwood
all & nundredsof uses. No. 16705, On This Item weat "ao tal Kcwaro, tool
CASH A CARs Y ON THIS ITEM


ocked!
Below Must Gol


ocked! Overs
ow Must Got All Items Listed
low: SAVE
)int Tape 10x12G
roll CELLULOSE INSULATION \
Save 50o/o For blowing or pouring In your attic. Approximately Reg. 59 centseba.
50 sq. ft. coverage. 3. thick.


I


iray Shelf Brackets

29t each
Save V% price


_______ I


METAL BIG 10 FT. WIDE
STORAGE
BLDGS/,* 109.
Sooeoverhang.
Nominal sie. ct'n htenteeltruc t efosr 70.00 M x 1 FT.
construotng floor sy s 1tem l. Xume eh.
dimensions of Big 10 Ft. wide r wl th
an. sod depth 95R. No. g10. Rg.0 M 6 9
Actual eel. dimenson s of x t1 tA t. 81 "m
width 117%" and depth 18g". Includ0l i 10
root movrhang.


Redwood Fencing


Reg. 6.89
Reg. 2.99
Reg. 1.59


NOW 4.9
'NOW2.49
NOW 1.19


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BEA
j.


Overst
All Items Listed Bel


5 Ft. White Steel Tub
59.95 each
Reg. 74.85 Save.


Jm


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lock joc
754perl 250'1




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SIM/ILY B EEf aVO


Billy Rich's IGA
Prices Good Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rich Owners
May 18-23 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich Founders 1945


USDA
CHOICE~i


I
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1977

Dodge Van
For Sale
Fully Equipped
Contact E. J. Rich


CONDENSED, FROZEN FULLY BAKED
"ASSORTED FLAVORS" : I
EDWARD PIES 3s oz


OLD FAHO (ATSLIECESEUET TSTEO $ 5-
RE RSINDHOP* HES l.FO OL


LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC _
LARGE $ EG.
14 0. REG ,
BOTTLE -
SECRET DEODORANT-:
4 oz. CAN 5 oz. CAN
(REG. 2 iQ (REG. RQ
$1.53) $1.53) 8
BAKEY DPARMEN


IGA CARMEL SWEET ROLLS.
IGA DINNER ROLLS ..
IGA GIANT SANDWICH BREAD


'jr.
U


= 1


79


Saluto Party Pizza ... .. .$3.39
Handy PalFrench Fries .. ... 5Lb. $1.09
IGA
Mustard-Turnip-Turnip w/ Roots 4/$1.00 CO FE
Morton Cream Pies 69.
Morton Cream.Ples ......,........... 9*
Blue Bonnet Oleo Quarters .. .. ....... ..
IGA Sliced American Singles Cheese .... 790
Tropicana Orange Juice ........... oz 99 .F
SealtestSour cream ..... .... 2/89


i + .S I8 GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE "


8 .



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S A 5C
OLetcHed4

La rg e d...


'C bbge2/ 10


IGA CREAM OF CHICKEN OR. ..
Chicken & Rice Soup ... .
FRENCHS,
Spaghetti Sauce Mix ....
LACHOY
Soy Sauce. .............
Argo Cut Green Beans ..
CAIRO BEAUTY
Hamburger Dill Chips. . .
KRAFT CREAMY OR RE~G.
Italian Dressing. . . .
IGA PLASTIC
Knives, Forks & Spoons .....
SUNSHINE
Chip-A-Roos Cookies........
IGA
Dish Washer . .
IQAc
Fabric Softener. . . .


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PAGE TEN


The Board of County.Conm-
mission of .Gulf County met
April 11 in regular session
with the following members
present: Chairman Jimmy O.
Gortman, Otis Davis, Jr., Leo
Kennedy, Everett Owens, Jr.,
and William R. Branch. Also
,present were Deputy Clerk
.Jerry Gates, Sheriff Ken
.,Murphy, Assistant Attorney,
Fred N. Witten, Mosquito
:';Control Superintendent
STommy Pitts and Road Super-
intendent Lloyd Whitfield.
The meeting came to order
'at 9:00 a.m.
Reverend "Bill Stephens of
the Highland View Baptist
Church opened the meeting
with prayer and led the pledge
,of allegiance to the flag.
The minutes of. March 21,
and March 28 Were read,
approved and adopted.
The Chairman announced
that the first order of business
, .would be to open a. public
*hearing to consider abandon-
:ing a dedicated street right-of-
w ,way in C. F. Hanlon Subdivi-
S;sion on Dead Lakes in Wewa-
.hitchka. AttorneyRobert M.
Moore and his client, Mrs.
: Chrystelle L. Winslett, pre-
: sented their case to the Board
-in favor of abandoning the
:dedication as requested by
SMrs. Winslett. They stated the
:dedicated street had never
been developed or used for the
: purpose it was dedicated and
Sif opened would be, in fact, a
S dead-end street. John Hanlon,
Grandson of C. F. Hanlon, then
appeared before the Board to
protest the abandonment of
the dedication. He stated his
grandfather had' put the dedi-
cation in the subdivision for
persons owning property
throughout the subdivision to
;have access to the Dead Lakes
:%and even though it had never
been developed, there might
be a future'need for the road.
:,Comm. Branch stated he
;would like to go on record as
opposing the return of any
Dedicated right-of-way unless
requestedd by the original
owners of the subdivision or
their heirs. He also said he felt
.'. any public. -dedication asah-
doned should not be given to
-' anyone for free but should be
.purchased at a fair market
price. Commissioner Kennedy
Then moved this item be tabled
until the next meeting. The
Motion died for lack of a
:second. After further discus-
Ssion, the Chairman then an-
nounced the Board would take
-;no action on the resolution to
abandon the dedication.
The Chairman then an-
nounced that the Board would
open a public hearing to
consider setting the west side
of the Highland View Bridge.
%.as a salt-freshwater line.
Barney Amerson told the
Board he had no objections to
the setting of the line but it
would not help in conservation
Sof mullet. Captain Gordon
SMcCall, Department of
Natural Resources, told the
Board biologists were avail-
able to study the conservation
of the mullet, if the Board was
interested. Captain Martin
Foxworthy, Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission, told
the Board he had researched
this -matter since the last
meeting and had found a
resolution passed by the Gulf
'County Board of County Com-
: mission on April 3, 1951,
setting the Bridge as the
salt-freshwater line. He stated
he had not had time to contact
the Commission in Talla-
hassee to see if they had acted
on this matter. The Clerk then
obtained the Minute' Book
from 1951 and read this reso-'
Slution which verified Captain
Foxworthy's research. The
S Board then requested Captain
Foxworthy to research thelaw
Further to see if the resolution
had been enacted by the
SCommission in Tallahassee
and report back to the Board
':as soon as possible.
The Board discussed with
Captain Foxworthy and Cap-
tain McCall the hazardous
: situation caused by the fisher-
men at the Dead Lakes Dam
:r in Wewahitchka. The two law
:enforcement agencies agreed
.: to police the area' as much as
i time would allow.
Comm. Davis then told
Captain Foxworthy that re-
tired game warden, Pete.
Legrone, had told him that a
.problem existed with the
' primitive weapon season coin-
ciding with high water on the
Apalachicola River causing
an excessive number of deer
to be killed. Captain Fox-
worthy stated they were
aware of the problem and
some regulations concerning
. the primitive weapon season
were being changed. How-
ever, he said, this would not
eliminate the problem of high
water causing the deer to
congregate on dry Jand. He
said if it became too severe a
problem the Commission
might consider limiting hunt-
: ing at different river stages if
the public so desired.
Comm. Davis then asked


SCaptain Foxworthy how the


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978


-number of game wardens to
be stationed in Gulf County
was determined. Captain Fox-
worthy stated there was no set
formula. .He stated Gulf
County had two game wardens
and allocations were based on
revenue received by the Com-
mission and areas of critical
need. Comm. Davis stated
Gulf County was a prime
hunting and fishing area pro-
ducing extra revenue from
licenses that should provide
funds for more game wardens.
The Chairman then an-
nounced that the Board would
open a public hearing .to
discuss the proposed uses of
Anti-Recession Fiscal Assist-
ance Funds for the following
purposes: Replacement of
drainage pipe; property ap-
praisers fees for preparation
of tax roll; and employee
Workmen's compensation in-
surance. After discussion,
Comm. Owens moved the
Board advertise to hold a
public, hearing on May 9 to
adopt a tentative supplement-
al budget in the Anti-Reces-
sion Fiscal Assistance Fund.
Comm. Branch seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. Copy of said notice is
on file in the Clerk's-office.
Red Gunn, County Building
Inspector, reported to the
Board on the Pre-final Inspec-
tion on the County Courthouse.
Mr. Gunn reported, that
nothing had been done to
'correct the problem on the
paving at the new library.
After discussion, the Board
instructed Mr. Gunn to obtain'
a corrective cross-section
drawing from Architect
Charles Arthur Gaskin and
then write Contractor,
Kolmetz Construction Com-
pany, with instructions to
complete the job.
Mr. Gunn reported that the
Oak Grove Water and Sewer
Project had a target comple-
tion date of May 1st. .He
suggested the Board make a
public announcement of the
state law requiring -a
plumbing permit before any
hook ups are made. .e stated
anyone hooking 'L'p.. to, th'e
system without the proper
advice could waste a lot of
money and create problems
for the Contractor. The Board
authorized Mr. Gunn to take
necessary steps to correct any
problems incurred in the in-
stallation of the system.
Mr. Gunn then apprised the
Board of the problems caused
by vehicular traffic on the
beaches between the State
Park and Sunland on the
peninsula; He stated there are
several persons who would
like the Board to consider
closing this portion of the
beach to vehicular traffic
before someone is hurt.
Andy Thomas, Department
of Health and Rehabilitative
Services, and Joe Neville,
Facilities Coordinator, De-
partment of Health and Re-
habilitative Services, appear-
ed before the Board to discuss
a lease with the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices for use of the County
Building in Wewahitchka. The
Board stated they could not
rent the building at a price
that would cost the County
money. They stated if the
Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services re-
quired a full time janitor in
addition to all utilities paid,
then a rental of $5.25 per
square foot foot for 1496
square feet as measured by
Mr. Neville would not be
sufficient. Mr. Thomas stated
they could furnish their own
janitorial service for the por-
tion of the building they
leased. After further discus-
sion, Comm. Owens moved
Finance Officer Jerry Gates
prepare a proposal that would
furnish utilities, janitorial ser-
vices for the grounds, and
other public facilities when
needed; said proposal to
assure that the County re-
covers all costs associated
with the lease; said proposal
to be presented to the Board
for study before being pre-
sented to the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices. Comm. Davis seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Oscar Crowell, Mrs. Linda
Moore, and John Haslon, De-
partment of Community Af-
fairs, appeared before the
Board to discuss the Section 8
Housing Assistance Program.
Mr. Crowell explained to the
Board that this was a rent
subsidy program which al-
lowed the private sector to
participate in a government
program to provide better
housing for low-income
persons. He stated rent subsi-
dies of up to a maximum of 75
percent were available. He
stated the amount of the
subsidy depended on the in-
come of the renter. Mr.
Crowell stated the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs
had contracted with the De-
partment of Housing and
Urban Development to furnish
this service in a five county


area including Gulf County
but would not furnish the
service without the sanction of
the County Commission. After
further discussion, Comm.
Branch moved the Board table
the-matter and make a deci-
sign at the next meeting.
Comm. Kennedy seconded the
motion. The motion passed
with Commissioners Branch,
Kennedy, Gortman, and
Owens voting Aye. Comm.
Davis voted Nay.
Sheriff Murphy notified the
Board the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission was
assuming responsibility for
payment of the electricity bill
on the tower at the County
Building in Wewahitchka.
Larry White and Alton
Colvin, Army Corps of Engi-
neers, appeared before the
Board as requested to discuss
the .re-opening of Corley
Slough and Virginia Cut. Mrs.
Suzanne Cook and Captain
Martin Foxworthy, Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion, were also present to,
discuss this matter. Comm.
Gortman stated he had re-
quested this, meeting to ask
the Corps to re-open the two
sloughs for improved fishing,
improve deer habitat, and to
allow passage by boat across
Cutoff Island. Mr. Colvin
stated Virginia Cut had been
closed around 1956 and Corley
Slough around 1968 and, to his
knowledge the Corps had re-
ceived no complaints. Comm.
Gortman stated that it was
only recently that -Corley
Slough had become complete-
ly stopped up due to excessive
fill by the Corps. Mr. Colvin
stated that it would be an
involved process to re-open
Corley Slough but he would
rule favorably on it if the
Board would pass a resolution
requesting the slough be re-
opened. He stated that Colonel
Blalock, Commander of the
Army Corps of Engineers,
would then have to pursue the
matter further through the
proper channels and approval
of all environmental agencies
would. have- to be-secured.
CodiI. Ira'nch then. mrved
the Attorney prepare a resolu-
tion for the Board's adoption
requesting the Army Corps of
Engineers re-open Corley
Slough. Comm. Owens se-
conded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
The Board received a letter
from the Department of Com-
munity Affairs concerning
Weatherization Assistance
Grants. The grant available
for Gulf County was only
$1,80 and the Board request-
ed the Clerk write the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs
expressing interest provided
more money was made avail-
able.
Robert L. Lester, Supervi.-
sor of Road Department Per-
sonnel, notified the Board that
he'had terminated James W.
Causey on April 10.
The Board received a letter
from the Bay County Commis-
sion expressing no interest in
returning Highway 22 to the
State for maintenance.
The Board received cor-
respondence from Tom B.
Webb, Jr., Secretary of Trans-
portation, Department of
Transportation, informing the
Board of statutory regulations
requiring reclassification of
County roads from primary to
secondary for maintenance by
the County.
The Board received a letter
from Senator Pat Thomas
informing the Board of legis-
lative attempts by the South
Florida Legislatures which
would reduce small county
allocations of secondary gaso-
line tax in his district by
$3,000,000. Specifically, Gulf
County's allocation would be
reduced from $312,000 to
$115,000. The Board discussed
floating a bond issue to tie
this revenue up to prevent the
legislature from reducing the
County's allocation.
The Board received a letter
from the Apalachee Planning
Council offering assistance in
relation to coastal manage-
ment concerns in Gulf County.
The Board requested more
detail be obtained concerning
this matter.
The Board received a letter
from the Florida Department
of Transportation in reply to a
question as to the cost of
paving in Gulf County over the
past two years as supervised
by the Department of Trans-
portation. The Department of
Transportation replied that
one mile of resurfacing had an
average price of $40,778, and
one mile of new construction
had an average price of
$156,406.
The Board received a reso-
lution from Glades County
requesting the Board adopt
the philosophy as outlined ilt
State -vs- Ross together with
the footnote of the Honorable
Clifton M. Kelly, Circuit Judge
of the Tenth Judicial Circuit.
The Board having no know-
ledge of this case took no
aciton on this resolution.
The'Board received notice


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MINUTES

of the


Gulf County Commission


that an audit of the workmen's
compensation policy had re-
sulted in return of $4,476.00
premium.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, seconded by Comm.
SKennedy, and unanimous vote
the Board approved an Item to
Item Transfer in the Sheriff's
Budget as submitted by
Sheriff Ken Murphy. Copy of
this Transfer is on file in the
Clerk's office.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, seconded by Comm.
Kennedy and unanimous vote
the Board approved payment
of $630.00 to Rish and Witten,
P.A., for professional services
as itemized.
The Board approved pay-
ment of $50.00 for five copies
of Florida County Commis-
sioners Manual Supplement.
The Board received a copy
of the legislative draft of the
Florida Coastal Management
Program.
Road Superintendent Lloyd
Whitfield reported that he had
toured Highway 22 with De-
partment of Transportation
Officials who were inspecting
the road before turning it over
to Gulf County for main-
tenance. The Board requested
Administrative Assistant
Tommy Pitts write the De-
partment of Transportation
objecting to the State re-
leasing these roads to Gulf
County in violation of the state
law requiring they be in
excellent condition before
release.
Road Superintendent Lloyd
Whitfield told the Board his
department s in bad need of a
low-boy trailer costing be-
tween $12,000 and $15,000. The
Board stated there were no
funds in the budget for this
item.
Upon the request of Mos-
quito Cofitrol Director Tommy
Pitts, Comm. Kennedy moved
the Board advertise to pur-
chase a lawnmower for the
Mosquito Control Department
as budgeted. Comm. Owens
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Mosquito Control Director
Tommy Pitts presented copies
of information concerning the
Port St. Joe Sanitary Landfill
Construction Application.
Upon recommendation of
Mosquito Control Director
Tommy Pitts, the Board ap-
proved promotion of employee
Samuel Marion Graves, Jr. to
mechanic status on a perma-
nent basis and employee
Johnny Mike Ludlam to
mechanic on a temporary
basis for the next' six months.
Comm. Owens told the
Board that he would like' a
strorig -letter written to the
Department of Transportation
requesting the 'Board *:of
County Commission be nti-'
fied in all instances of


schedules concerning the
closing of the Highland View
Bridge. The Board concurred.
Comm. Owens requested the
Board write the Department
of Health requesting the State
make the Chest X-Ray
Machines available in Port St.
Joe and Wewahitchka since it
had been some time since they
had been here. The Board
agreed.
Comm. Kennedy stated the
current Contractor in Oak
Grove is only handling the
water and sewer and has
stated he will not be repairing
the streets, which are in bad
need of repair. Comm. Ken-
nedy suggested the Board
contact the bonding company
concerning repair of the
streets. Comm. Branch stated
there was a problem in that
area in that someone had
requested the Road Depart-
ment to put lime on the streets
in Oak Grove which was dusty
in dry weather and he had
received complaints about,
this. The Board requested the
Attorney contact the bonding
company immediately about
the streets in Oak Grove
Upon the request of Comm.
Branch, th Board- agreed to
alleviate a trash problem in
the beaches area.


Sets Ope

The Armed Forces Day
committee at the Naval Coast-
al Systems Center has set
plans for Open House at NCSC
and its tenant commands and
units in observance of Armed
Forces Day, Saturday, May
20.
Armed Forces Day Chair-
man, LT Steven Snigg of the
Air Operations Department,
has announced that the day's
activities will begin at 1 p.m.
and conclude at 4;30 p.m.
The celebration, designed to
offer the civilian community
an opportunity to become
better acquainted with the
military establishment, will
include exhibits and displays
depicting research and de-
velopment programs and
various technologies, displays
of hardware and heavy equip-
ment, free boat rides, free
balloons, tours of various
ships, band concerts, para-
chute drops and pickups, rap-
pelling, and other demonstra-
tions.
The Coast Guard Station


Comm. Branch moved the
Board adopt a policy of not
closing any public right-of-
way easements in Gulf County
unless requested by the origi-
nal owners, their, heirs, or
assigns. The motion died for
lack of a second.
Comm. Branch reported
that gravel was needed at the
back of the ambulance squad
building and funds were
needed to purchase the gravel.
The Board agreed to try to
obtain the gravel through a
swap for dirt since no funds
were available in the budget.
Upon request, the Board
was notified by the Governor's
Office that there was a Port
St. Joe Port Authority with a
full slate of officers with
George Tapper serving as
Chairman. Comm. Kennedy
agreed to contact Mr. Tapper
concerning this matter.
The Board received reports
from the Gulf County Health
Department and the Gulf
County Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation.
The Board received Daily
Inspection Reports No. 169-199
on the Oak Grove Water and
Sewer Project and Reports
No. 28-37 on the County -Build-
ing in Wewahitchka.


MINUTES

SOf the


Gulf County School Board
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The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on April 11 with the following
members present: Waylon
Graham, Chairman; Gene
Raffield; Paul Sewell; Fred
Greer; J. K. Whitfield.
The Superintendent and
Board Attorney were present.
The meeting was opened
with the invocation by Raf-
field, and followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
The Board presented a
placque-of appreciation to Roy
Taylor, retiring Finance Offi-
cer, in recognition of his many
years of devoted service to the
Gulf County. School System.
Bryan Baxley was present-
ed a placque in recognition of
his being nominated Gulf
County's Teacher of the Year.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
the minutes of March 7 and
March 22.
The Board received three
presentations from archi-
tectural firms regarding their
facilities and services toward
projects which the board will
have in the future. These
were: Norman Gross, James
Chapman, and Charles
Gaskin.
The board reviewed the
Title I Summer Program in-
cluding proposed amend-
ments. On motion and second,
all voted YES to approve this
project. Copies are on file in
the Superintendent's office.
The Superintendent present-
ed the proposed school calen-
dar for the 1978-79 school year.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
this calendar.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, all voted YES to the
following student matters:
Approve request that Lori
Slone attend Port St. Joe
Elementary School; Approve
requests of Robert Graham
and Alice Goff Martin that
they be allowed to continue
their education at Port St. Joe
High School; Julie Carithers,
accompanied by her father,
was advised by the Board's
Legal Counsel regarding their
rights and privileges attend-
ant to explosion procedures.
Mr. Carithers elected- :to- be.
represented by legal counsel
at a public hearing scheduled
for 5:30 P.M., April 18th. At
this hearing, the matter of
expulsion is to be considered


by the Gulf County School
Board.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion and
second, all voted YES to the
following personnel matters:
Accept, the resignation of
Susan Wilder as bus driver;
appoint Betty Fain as bus
driver effective April 3, 1978;
accept the application of
Caroline Norton as Counselor-
Supervisor in the CETA Pro-
gram; accept resignation of
James Brantley as Art
Teacher at Port St. Joe High
School effective June 14, 1978;
accept resignation of Carah
Sweet as Custodial Supervisor
at Port St. Joe Elementary
School; appoint Lester Gort-
man to the Title VI custodial
staff; and accept resignation
of Stella Norris from custodial
staff at Port St. Joe High
School.
On motion and second, the
board agreed unanimously to
make an adjustment in a bus
stop in the St. Joe Beach area.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to award the bid on
time deposit to the Florida
First National Bank in the
amount of $100,000.00 for 60
days. Copies of bids are on file
in the Superintendent's office.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to have the Board
Attorney draw up an instru-
ment whereby future bus
driver applicants will sign an
agreement relative to provid-
ing an acceptable parking
.space for school buses.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
the recommendation of the
Superintendent to be placed on
the state school bus bid list for
two new buses and one mini-
bus.
The board appointed Board
Members Sewell and Graham
to the Tax Equalization Board
for the 1979 year.
The Superintendent present-
ed a report on the dances
being held at Port St. Joe High
School.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
the Educational Specifications
for the Vocational Building at
Wewahitchka High School.
The Superintendent present-
ed a reaction to the allegations
regarding Wewahitchka High
School.
Progress reports were pre-
sented on the Recreation Pro-


grams in the Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka areas.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to approve the
agreement on wire transfer of
monies from the State Depart-
ment of Education.
Bills were paid and are
recorded in official minute
book.
There being no further busi-
ness, the board adjourned to
meet again May 2.


The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on April 24 with the following
members present: Waylon
Graham, Chairman; Gene
Raffield; Fred Greer; Paul
Sewell.
The Superintendent and.
Board Attorney were present.
The meeting was opened
with the invocation by
Graham.
The Board reviewed bids on
sewing machines for a voca-
tional project for Port St. Joe
High School. On recommenda-
tion of the Superintendent,
motion and second, all voted
YES to reject all bids and
request new bids more closely
related to specifications.
Bids on utility buildings,
constructed by Port St. Joe
High School Building Trades
Class, were examined. On
recommendation of the Super-
intendent, motion and second,
the board voted unanimously
to reject all bids as they did
not meet minimum price
standards established by the
Board. The Board authorized
the Superintendent to nego-
tiate a sale for the buildings,
the minimum price to be the
amount established prior to'
the public notice of sale.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to approve an
Environmental Education
Mini-Grant, which involves a
study of St. Joseph's Bay, in
the amount of $6,000.00 for the
Highland View Elementary
School.
Copies of this grant are on
file in the Superintendent's
office.
On motion and second, the
Board agreed unanimously to
withdraw from participation
in the Apalachee Film
Library.
There being no further busi-
ness, the board adjourned to
meet again May 2.


NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby given that
Wednesday the 31st day of May, 1978, at eleven o'clock (A.M.) tax sale certificates
will be sold on the following described lands to pay the amount due for 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


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and the Navy Experimental
Diving Unit, which operates
the Ocean Simulation Facility.
will conduct guided tours.
The free boat rides are
expected to be a major attrac-
tion, as they have been in past
years. Boats will be operating
all afternoon to take visitors
on a short ride into St. Andrew
Bay and back. A commuter
shuttle by boat between the
Navy Center and the Coast
Guard Station will provide
visitors with convenient tours
of both installations.
The Marine Corps JROTC
drill team from Mosley High
School will be on hand for a
20-minute demonstration.
Bands. from Mowat Junior
High and Jinks Junior High
will provide music during the
afternoon.
The major displays will be
set up in the helicopter"
hangar. Here will be seen
numerous exhibits depicting
research and development
projects by NCSC and other
units.


C. L. MORGAN ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
BIk. 1, Lot4, & E. 4ft. 9 in.of lot3 James C.& Emma Taunton
COCHRAN LANDING PROP. UNRECORDED
BIk. 1, Lot 1 PeavyMims
Blk. 1, Lot 2. PeavyMims
Blk. 1, Lot 12 Loston Carter
C. P. GAULDINGS ADD.
81. B, Lot 16 & E/2 of lot 9 Donald Rhames
BIk. D, Lot 1 Willoughby L. Whitfield
DOUGLAS LANDING SUED.
Blk. 2, Lot 7 Harold J. Davis
Blk. 3, Lot 7, ORB 68-299 Kenneth W. Fortner
Blk. 5, Lots 4, 5 Barbara Pierson & Clifford
Blk. 6, Lot 1, ORB 67-448 Hubert Hutchinson Sr. Et Ux
Blk. 8, Lot 1 Carl L. Fernandez
Elk. 8, Lots 14, 15 J. K. & Hazel Pettis
FOREHAND 3RD ADD.
BIk. A, Lot 7 JimmyA.Smith
BIk. A, Lot 6 Jimmy A. Smith
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUED.
BIk. 6, Lots-1, 2 Troy Flowers
HIGHLAND VIEW SUED.
BIk. C, Lots 1, 2 DwightM. Cearley
Blk. D, SV'2 of Lot 5 Donald Gene Rhames
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES SUBD.
Blk. 4, E/2 of lot 2 John Starling & J. C. Parmer
KENTUCKY LANDING SUED.
Blk. 1, Lot 8 KatieG.Cauley
LAKESIDE SUED. TO WEWA
BIk. D, E. 80 ft. of lots 15 & 16. Elaine Hawthorne
Rec'd ORB 66-110 from Southern
Home Builders
MEEKS LAKE SUBD.
BlK 2. LOt 9' J. C.Kinney
81K 3;LOr 9.'"' .-.: D.L.'Emanuel
MONEY BAYOU SUBD.'No.'
Blk. A, Lot 3 William G. King
Blk. A, Lot 4 Chester Gant, Jr.
Blk. D, Lot 2 Robert Joseph
BIk. D, Lot 4 Diamond Hester
Blk. E, Lots 12, 13 JuliusWynn
OAK GROVE SUBD.
BIk. 1, S/2 of lots 2, 4, 6, & all 8 Wilton Kent
81k. 5, N. 40 ft. of lots 1, 3 Roy David Lee
BIk. 3, Lot 6, Virgal M. Neel
PINE RIDGE SUBD.
Blk. 2, Lot 1 Jimmy L. Frazier
BIk. 3, Lot 6 Willie Ruth Hill
BIk. 4, S. 15 ft. of lot 8 & all lot 10 Charles Ray & Minnie Toney
Elk. 4, Lot 14 Farms Home Adm.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
Elk. 7, Lots 7, 9 James L. Hanlon Et Ux
Elk. 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
Blk. 39, Lot 5 DarleneW.Gilley
Blk. 39, Lot 7 DouglasL. Gilley, Sr.
RISHES SUBD.
IEk. 3, Lot 17 & E'/ of Lot 16 Zora Belle Holley
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUD.
BIk. 5, NV2 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
Elk. 8, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Howard Foster
RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
Blk. M, Lot 4 Emmltt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 5 Emmltt Smith Et Ux
Blk. M, Lot 6 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
Elk. M, Lot 7 Emmltt Smith Et Ux
*BIk. M, Lot 29 Emmitt Smith EtUx
BIk. M, Lot 30 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
BIk. M, Lot 31 EmmittSmith Et Ux
81k. M, Lot 32 Emmltt Smith Et Ux
BIk. P, Lot 2 Emmitt Smith Et Ux
UNIT NO. 3
Blk. B, Lot 6 Caledia Duren
Blk. B, Lot 7 Gene L. Duren Est. & Audrey
Elk. X, Lot 9 Richard W. White Et Ux
TWIN LAKES SUBD. NO. 1
Blk. 15, Lot 6 & N/2 of lot S DelbertVandergrift
WHITFIELD ACRES
Rec'd ORB 55-683 from Riley Earl L. Eddins
WHITFIELD ACRES 2ND ADDITION .
BIk. 11, Lot 4 Nelson & Glenna Helms
WILLIAMSBURG SUBD.
Blk. B, Lot 15 Willie Floyd Nobles
532 T5 R8, 1 Acre Per deed rec'd Ethel & Jo Ann Whitfield
25-268
57 T6 R8, 1 Acre Robert J. Hall
S9 T6 R8, 1 Acre Ethel & Jo Ann Whitfield
519 T5 R9, 1 Acre ORB 70.754 Linda & BillyJ.Mayhann
from Taylor being 215ft. x 230 ft.
520 T5 R9, Rec'd ORB 34.2 H.T. &Ada Jane Stewart
S20 T5 R'9 Rec'd ORB 71-639 Billy Joe Mayhann Et Ux
from Foster. A strip of land In
the NE cor. of NW'/ of SW'A of
sect. 20 & 'joining up to Tindell
S29 TS R9, V' Acre, ORB 66.504 Emanuel L. Jenkins, Jr.
from Lois Mae Jenkins


S29.TS R9, 4 Acres in SE cor. of T.W.Davis
SV2 of SEWA of SE'A of SE'
S35 T5 R9,.45 Acre Rec'd Bk. 27- Ethel & Jo Ann Whit
156, Less lot to Horton
S26 T3 RIO, 1 Acre Lot 60 ft. 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
523 T4 R10, 5 Acres ORB 38.304 Jerry Johnson Et Ux
in NE cor. of SW'A of NW'A & 1
A. in NW'A of SEVA of NW'A
S23 T4 R10, 1 Acre, Recorded In Billy C. Quinn
ORB 10-97
S25 T4 R10, /2 Acre Rec'd ORB Mrs.A. F. Chason
19-654 & ORB 69-151


S25 T4 R10, 1.7 Acres mor
less Rec'd ORB 63-662
S36T4 R10, 12AcresORB 2
S36 T4 R10, 10 Acres
S36 T4 R10, 5 Acres
S17 T8 R10, 5 Acres
S6 T7 Rll, Parcel No. 1 as
vey shows ORB 55-931
536 T8 R12, 50 Acres Rec'd I
54-1099 being the 5. 966.63 f
lots 5, 6


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David L. Thomas Et Ux

Roy Edenfleld
Kenny Smith
Lydib Smith Estate
Billy C. Quinn


RE. NO. AMT. DUE


3593.001 S 165.93
3715 21.15
1215 18.94
1225 18.94

6364.003 107.17
4603 29.89
4620 16.61
4720.010 356.04


BEACON HILL SUBD.
Blk. 6, Lot 13 R.C. Harold
BIk. 20, Lot 14 H. B. Lewis
BURGESS CREEK SUBD.
Blk. 1, Lot 13 LindaMayhann
Blk. 2, Lot 11 & N. 100 Ft. of C.J.Wicks
Lot 10
CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES No. 1
81k. 6, N /2of lot 6 & Lots 7 & 8 Empire Nitrogen Sales Co.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
St. Joe Heights, Bik. A, Lot 6 Bessie Bewey
St. Joe Heights, Blk. A, Lot 23 George LeeThomas
BIk. 15, S. 10 ft. of lot 22 & All lot George Christo, Inc.
24
BIk. 35, Lot 12 Glenn W. Kent
BIk. 37, Lot 7 & E/2 of Lot 5 James Tankersley
BIk. 37, Lots 6 & 8 St. Joe Paper Maker Local 37
Blk. 42, S. 70 ft. of lots 28, 30 Gene Stevenson Et Ux
BIk. 67, Lot 8 Jack Randolph Smith
BIk. 78, Lot 16 0. F. Bouington Et Ux
Blk. 89, Lot 6 Larry Clayton
Blk. 1001, Lot 22 M dhy aret Bewey
Blk. 1005, Lot 10 Mrs. Lela Gant
Blk. 1006, Lot 10 Billy Quinn
Blk. 1006, N1' of lot 12 Cora LeeQuinn Gadson Estate
BIk. 1006, SV2 of lot 12 Margaret Bewey
BIk. 1006, Lot 17 Ernest L. &Dollie Keys
Blk. 1008, Lot 9 B. C. Quinn
BIk. 1009, Lot 13 & W. 23 ft. of lot Elizabeth H. Williams
15
Blk. 1009, Lot 18 Eddie Jr.& Diana Julius
B1k. 1015, Lot 23 'Willie Lee Borders
Blk. 1015, Lots 24, 26 Nathan Peters, Jr.
BIk. 1016, Lot 8 & W/2 of lot 10 Mrs.AnnieG.Granger
Blk. 1016, Lot 17 Juanita Martin Estate
Blk. 1017, Lot 34 Timothy Cooper
Blk. 1018, Lots 26, 28 Ernest M. Jones, Sr.
Blk.'1019, Lot 4 Chester Gant, Jr.
Blk. 1022, Lot 22 Robert L. Ford Et Ux
Blk. 1022, Lot 6 Christine E. Bailey
B1. 1023, S. 22.5 ft. of 17, N. 57.15 William Filmore
ft. of Lot 19
Blk. 1023, S. 42.5 ft. of 9, N. 37.5 Z.W. Jones
ft. of 11
Blk. 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 WillieAnthony
ft. of 10
Blk. 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 Freeman
ft. of 18 i
Blk. 1023, S. 22.5 ft. of 18, N. 57.5 David Floyd Price
ft. of 20


122.13
134.92
430.12
35.44
101.77
92.92
167.47
141.57
13.32
68.58
68.58
7.77
68.58
230.01
86.27
.44.27
79.65 '
205.68
2436
42.05
25.47
24.36
115.02
338.36 *
183.57
157.04
157.04
157.04
157.04
157.04
267.60
157.04
157.04

185.74
73.62
73.62
114.39
3.33
20.11
27.31
69.02
27.31
18.44
38.97
25.61


4533 3.33
4536.010 10.65
2076 30.79


4341.010
4354
334.033
484
2053.001


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3128
3129
3132
3148
6124
6158
6216
2541
2547
2552.010
2557
4016
4026
4048
4050
4049
4046
4192
4192.001
2348.030
1422
1423

855.001
861

625.080
625.090
626
626.010
628.030
628.040
628.050
628.060
633.060
640.016
640.017
640.123
904.020
122.010
310
2493
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27.12
135.77
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15:61
15:61
154.42
10.65
19.03
119.76
143.27
27.45
44.23
36.91
12.46
50.95
85.85
26.71
119.17
83.91
27.45
314.23
251.78
27.45
22.39
41.10
144.96

58.99
77.37
18.94
87.92
15.50
15.50
15.50
15.50
15.50
15.50
15.50
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37.93
47.10
27.31
17.18
43.69
35.63
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23 10.54
62 7.23
737 13.95

756 5.59
760 67.95


940 10.61

943 29.55

1044 7.26

1197 22.27

1717.001 18.94

1846 289.92


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2228

2250.002

2596
2629
2650
3033


10.61

38.95

858.52

52.32
63.41
43.03
8.14


Sur- Dorthy Austin & AbbeyVernon 3984.010

ORB Partnership Investments, Inc. 6349.010
t. of

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


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