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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: July 20, 1978
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 46


Industry Deep Water


Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978


)OTHIead Sas Highland View Span Will be Replaced


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Bridge!


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Gulf County Will get a new high level bridge
over the Gulf County Canal, just north of the City
:_ < of Limits of Port St. Joe near Highland View.':
This is the official word, released Wednes-
day afternoon by Lieutenant Governor Jim
Williams and Department of Transportation
secretary, Tom Webb.
SThe good news was reported to a group of
civic and government leaders by George G.
Tapper in a meeting Wednesday afternoon,
(yesterday)' at which members of the Gulf
County Commission, the Port St. Joe City
Commission, the Chamber of Commerce, labor
union, leaders and other, civid leaders were
'..informed the bridge had been approved by the
S state Department of Transportation.
S; Tapper said a letter confirming the approval
should be in his hands, as chairman of the Port
Authority, within 24 to 48 hours affirming what
She has already been told by telephone. "The
... bridge has been approved and will be built",
S Tapper said.
WORK STARTING IMMEDIATELY
The former State Senator said he had been
informed by Williams yesterday" that DOT
Secretary Tom Webb had advised him the
Department has approved construction of the
bridge and that engineering, design and con-
struction has all been approved and that work is
starting immediately on the preliminaries such
S as the engineering and design.
While Tapper was talking to the group
Wednesday afterfifdii; the bridge, whichh has
been hie cause of ad ost constant conster-'
nation with local people for the past few



New Water



Well Teails


Sand Test


With considerable difficulty,
the City.Commission took care
of one piece of pressing busi-
ness before them Tuesday:
S night-
About four years ago, the
City had .a new water well
drilled, originally to serve the.
SWastewater Treatment Plant,
S but later was designated as a
S stand-by well at the water
S: treatment'plant to go into ser-.
vice when the plant is doubled
in size, which is due next year
Some time.
S About a year ago, when
engineers began to design the
new water treatment plant
and examine its source of sup-
ply, a drilling concern was
employed to test the well for:
volume and quality. The test:
people, ,who didn't drill the
well in the first place, came up
with the report that there was
small amount of sand being
pumped, out of the .well. The.
engineers said this would-be a
source of constant trouble.'


.When they foUnd out about
the report, the original driller
then offered to test the well,:
with the City paying the cost if
sand was found. The driller,
came, put on his test and'
reported no sand found.
Last month, the original
tester came to the City 'and
said, "We know there is sand&
in the well because we found
it. We would like tb test pump
it again, free of charge, to
'either prove our original find-
ings wrong or sustain them."
. The City gave their permis-
sion.
Again,. the testing firm
found sand, a few particles
settling out in a gallon of'
water.
Tuesday night, the City eng-
meer, Graham Gillespie of
Smith and Gillespie of Jack-
sonville, was present and gave
.several alternatives'the City
could follow.
As a result of the engineer's
(Continued on Page 8)


years; was stuck again. Only recently, it was
shut down to road traffic for a month while
extensive repaiis were being made.


S This time, the bridge was stuck shut and
could not be opened io allow 'two barges
passage into the Bay which were com-


ing here to pick up a load
for shipment overseas.


of paper pulp


Tapper, said a ceremony is already being
planned for Friday, August 4, a little more than
two weeks away, to drive the ceremonial stake
setting the centerline for the new bridge.


SThere's no denying it' and people were beginning R
rained here Tuesday at to stir. The pick-up truck is ,
noon. With the rain starting shown "fording" the inter-
down .just as the noon section where Highway 71
whistle sounded, there was and Highway 98 intersect
four inches of precipitation at the Hotel corner.
dumped on the City before -Star photos
the downpour stopped, at
about 1:30. Fourinches' in :
an hour and a half. That's
heavy rain, in anybody's '.
language.
The rainfall amount is .
unofficial by weather bu-
reau standards, but official ....
by Bill Simmons' stand-
ards, who keeps up with the -
rainfall the year round.
City street.- superinten-
dent 'Dorton Hadden said
the ,watei caused flooding :,.
problems: in several lower
areas of the city, but that it
ran -off quickly within' an- .
hour after the rains had
stopped, through the storm
sewer system, "It was just,
more water falling than the AIN,~
pipes 'could handle", he'. -
said.
These pictures were
some scenes made by The
Star photographer as the
downpour was letting up


The general public will be invited to the
ceremony which is expected to feature a free fish:
fry for all who Will attend.
While details are sketchy so soon after the
initial announcement that the bridge will be
built, Tapper said plans are already made to
propose a new roadbed on either side of the
present bridge in order to allow the environmen-
talists to select the site which would be leaitt
damaging to the ecology. -
It's also too soon to tell just how much time--.:
will elapse before the planned construction is::
completed, due'to the need to secure engineer-
ing, permits, etc. ,"I have been told the project..,
will proceed With no more delays than necessary
for these permits", Tapper said.
MOVEMENT STARTED
A movement for the new bridge was started -
some five or six weeks ago, when a large number -
of local people gathered in the Coliseum of the
Port St. Joe High School to tell Lieutenant:
Governor Jim Williams, area state government.
representatives, and spokesmen for Governor
Askew, Senators Chiles and Stone and Represen--
tative Sikes of the need for a new bridge at the:
site.
The present bridge, a clam-shell type.'
mechanical draw-bridge, was built some 40
years ago and has been a constant source of:.-.
problems to the travelling public for at least the
last seven or eight years. The DOT has kept a
crew at the bridge making repairs almost ,
constantly for the past several years.
The Star hopes to have more details on the
welcome news that a new bridge will be built, for '
next week's edition. ;


Candidates Stay


Away In Droves


Potential candidates are not
flocking to the office of Super-
visor of Elections in droves in
order to. sign up to seek elec-
tion. As of yesterday after-,
noon, only two more had
joined the ranks of local can-,
didates, with two offices up for
election still to have a quali-
fied candidate to sign up.
In the two races for County
Commissioners, opposition
has developed in both races,
but two of the school Board
incumbents, Gene Raffield
and Kenneth Whitfield, have
not as yet qualified nor has
anyone declared themselves
as candidates for their offices.
In the County Commission
races, W.' C. Robinson, and
James Tankersley have joined
the ranks of those seeking
election in Districts Two and
Four.
COUNTY JUDGE
The County Judge race
looks as if it will be a re-play of
four years ago, with incum-
bent Judge David Taunton.and
attorney Robert M. Moore
squaring off at each other.
In a like confrontation four


years ago, Taunton won over
Moore, who was the incum-
bent at that time, by a nar-
row margin.
Since that time, Taunton has
been involved in-local contro-
versy and has ,been repri-
manded by the Judicial Quali-
fications Commission of the-
State of Florida.
Taunton qualified Tuesday:
of this week to seek re-elec-&
tion. Moore was in Tallaha"-,
see on opening day last Tues-
day at noon, to sign his qualifi-
cation papers.

Robinson Gets

In County Race-
W. C. Robinson of Stone Mill
Creek, north of Wewahitchka,
qualified this week to seek the
office of County Commission-
er from District Two. This
post is now held by incumbent
Otis Davis, Jr., who has made
the decision not to seek re-
election.
Robinson is employed by St.
Joe Paper Company.


O'Neal McDaniel


Shot to Death Sun.


In a: called meeting of the
Muipal Hospital Board of
Directors, Tuesday night, Dr.
P. V. Poonai, who was notified
a week ago that the Board
wished him to vacate the
S offices he now occupies in the
hospital within 30 days, was
Granted a 90 day extension, in
Order to allow him to build
new offices he had planned.
Dr. Poonai had notified the
Board prior to the notice given
him to vacate that he had
'plans and had purchased pro-
perty. on Long Avenue on
which to build' him a new
office complex.
After the notice to move a
week ago, Dr. Poonai revealed


to the Board that he had
already been in contact with a
builder, but had not reached a
final agreement on a contract
as yetL
At Tuesday night's meeting,
the Doctor told the Board that
he had thought of renting for a
period of time and then build-
ing an office complex, but that
he could find no suitable place
to rent without extensive re-
novations. "It would be a
waste of time and money to
rent and make renovations. I
am now requesting that my
time for vacating the offices
be extended.for 90 to 120.days
to allow me to build". Dr.
Poonai said his new office


location is at the corner of
Third Street and Long Ave-
nue.
Poonai had told the board
his contractor had reported to
him that it would take at least
90 days to build a new office.
"My experience in these
things is that it will take up to
120, considering weather and
material delivery, etc.,".the
Doctor said.
Board Chairman Frank
SPate reminded Dr. Poonai he
had been asked a week ago if
the 30 day notice would be
sufficient for him and he had
replied that it would. "We
could have considered this
matter then and avoided all of


this", the Chairman said. The
Board was unanimous in
Granting Dr. Poonai the ex-
tension in order to build new
offices.
"ALL OF THIS"
The "all of this" Pate was
referring to was a crowd of up
to 150 people who filled up the
Commission meeting room
Tuesday 'night, questioning
.the Board as to why Dr.
Poonai was being given so
short a time to remove his
offices from the hospital.
'With Mrs. Joyce Williams
acting as spokesman for a
crowd which at times was
noisy and at times was quiet
,and attentive at the urging of'


some in their numbers, Mrs.
Williams said, in effect, that
she thought it was a shame the
Board was not giving the Poo-
nai's more notice to move
from the hospital.
'his came during the regu-
lar commission meeting per-
iod, and Mayor Frank Pate
told Mrs. Williams that Dr.
Poonai had already contacted
the Board himself, in his be-
half, and that a special meet-
ing of the Hospital Board
meeting had been scheduled
for around 9:30, after the
regular City Commission
meeting. Pate said, "There's
no need to argue about this
matter now. Dr. Poonai is


coming at the end of this
meeting, and I'm sure he is
going to request the time
extension. If we turn his
request down, then is the time
for you and your group' to
come before this Board with a
protest."

This did not quiet the mood
of the crowd, however, and the
regular City Commission
meeting proceeded for about
30 to 45 minutes with difficul-
ty before it was 'finally ad-
journed prematurely due to an
inability of the Commissioners
to hear what was being said in
the several business items
before them.


Mason O'Neal McDaniel,
age 51, of Wewahitchka was
fatally shot in his home early
Sunday morning, following a
family argument, according
to Gulf County Sheriff Ken
Murphy.
Sheriff Murphy said the
shooting occurred at 2:00
a.m., Sunday morning, follow-
ing an argument between he
and his wife, Mrs. Patsy
McDaniel.
Sheriff Murphy said Mrs..
McDaniel is alleged to have
shot her husband three times
with a .38 caliber pistol.
Sheriff Murphy said the vic-
tim was shot twice in the
stomach and once in the back,
dying instantly.
Murphy said his investiga-
tion thus far has resulted in
the possible fact that the
couple were having a pushing


and shoving argument in their
home. McDaniel is alleged to
have secured the .38 pistol and
in a scuffle which, followed,
Mrs. McDaniel came up with
the gun. Murphy said McDan-
ieL again is alleged to live
made threatening moves to-
ward his wife and she appar-
ently shot him.
Sheriff Murphy said the
matter is still under investiga-
tion to arrive at the true facts
of what happened. He said no
arrests had been made in the
matter at press time Wednes-
day afternoon.
Sheriff Murphy said no cor-
oner's jury was impanelled in
the matter since Florida no
longer requires such a jury in
a violent death. Murphy said
his investigation this week will
determine if or when an arrest
is to be made.


m a


SDr. Poonai Given More Time


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We' Get A New
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PAG TW TH STAR Por St oPnHRDAJL ,17


S- THE STAR-
Published Every Thursday atW30 WIam Aven ort St. Joe, Florida
By The Star PubFaing Company
Second-Clm Postage Paid at PortSt. Joe, Florida 245
SA.. Wesley R. Ramsey .................. tEditor and Publisher
SWilliam H. Ramsey .................. Production Supt.
Frenchie L. Ramsey ................. Office Manager
SShirley K. Ramsey .................... ....... Typesetter
POSTOFFICE BOX 308 PHONE 227-1278
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

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TO AOVERTISERS-In case of eror or omissions i advertisement, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
SThe spoken word i given scnt attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts; it printed word thoroughly convinces. The poken word is lost; the printed word remains.


EDITORIALS:


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e: Some Plannng

f County's Planning Com- development come along, it will be
is getting active again after done in a manner which will best
three years of,being in limbo, serve our people now and in the
been charged by the County future.
ssion with coming up with a It hardly seems feasible to sit
development of the county here and expect that Gulf County
ill meet state requirements. will remain in the future as it is now.
n though- state requirements Florida is still the favorite state in
Len softened somewhat, the the nation for ill its people. It is the
ssion still recognizes, rightly dream of the future for many that
hink, the need for a plan of they will one day move to Florida.
ment which will prevent a When and if they get here, they must
dodge development in the have some wayi of making a living.
in the future. Our area of Florida is one of the few
of the things which is killing places they can still come without
s today, in our opinion,'is a having a more crowded condition
future planning to care for than they now live in.
y people a city is geared up Too, with most of the Guberna-
. The financial houses, the trial candidates addressing them-
f business and services are selves to the problem of attracting
he meansifor handling and industry to Florida, we feel this
rting people, easiy and con- problem will also be changed, in the
y, isn't. neat future. This, too, will help us.
ulf County's Planning Com-
uses the same approach it Gulf County should get its.share
gettingg up a set of subdivision and with proper planning, it will be
nents some three or four ready to serve better the people
go, Gulf will at least have already here and those to come in a
rget to shoot at and should more equitable manner.


Two-Egg-A-DayFowl


Scientists are now hot on the
trail of a two-egg-a-day chicken.
How's that for progress?
This will be the first major.
improvement in chickens since the
advent of the automatic chicken
plucker.
According to an article publish-
ed recently, a New Mexico scientist
now has chickens producing two,
eggs a day. This is a feat which was
formerly unheard of. No matter how
much you fed a chicken, or how
comfortable one made her laying"
house, the chicken laid only one egg
a day.
Just think of the possibilities. A
couple can have an instant breakfast
out of their own back yard with a
couple of these super chickens. Egg


production will be doubled with ha
the same chicken herd and the sax
amount of feed.
We can foresee problems, too.
a hen cackles once when she lays h
one egg a day, she will now cad
twice, thus doubling this source
noise pollution. Picking up the eg
will now be a twice a day chore. T
price of eggs may come down,
with the increased production, fail
go up.
The two-egg-a-day prom:
sounds good, but so far as we '
concerned, we would rather scien
put its expertise to work a
produce a chicken which has fc
wings, since that's our favorite pa
of the bird.


A; Ci I'


Taunton ays ine

Is "Alive and Well LETTERS
'~~~~~~ -o 'S UE, .D.4' *f^ t


Mr. Edwin Ramsey, Editor
The Star Newsnar r


Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
Over- eighteen months ago
three civil suits were filed
against me. Two of these were
filed, by former Senator,
alf George Tapper. The filing 'of
ne these suits received front page
coverage in area newspapers.
Today the last of these suits
*If was dismissed, the same fate
ler experienced earlier by the
kle other two. Lest others be
of deterred from speaking out on
gs issues which they honestly feel
he' are of great public concern, I
believe it only fair that the
or dismissal of these suits be
to made public knowledge.
I would like it known thai
irregardless of the demanding
ise experiences of the past couple
ire of years, I am "alive and
ice well," happy, and at pege
nd with myself and my maker.
Meanwhile I wish to assure
)ur my friends and adversaries
art that as the occasion demands,
I will continue to speak oi~t


against serious injustices
.brought about by the privi-
leged few who pad .their
pockets at the expense of the
many.
Sincerely,
David L. Taunton
(Dear Judge, the name is
Wesley, not/Edwin, but don't
let that sweat you. I get called
a lot of things during the week.
-Ed.)

ASmile

Promotes

Business
Letter to the Editor:
We are a retired couple who
enjoy eating out. Recently, we
passed a small restaurant up
at the beach. A sign on the
door said "Closed. Out of
Business."
"With tourists all over the
place, why should any.eating
place go out of business?" I.
said.


"Maybe it was those girls,"
Pat replied.
"What girls?" Then I re-
membered. We had gone into
a pretty little restaurant one
morning for breakfast Was it
this one? Two girls at the cash
register were busily talking
when we entered. We found
seats at a window and waited.
The conversation went on and.
on. Another couple came in
and waited.
Pat finally rapped on the.
table. "How about some
breakfast?" he called out.
So one of the girls tore
herself away and sauntered
over to our table. No "Good
morning! What can I do for
you?" Just a blank stare. She
was pretty and she knew it.
Also, she couldn't care less
about two old squares. Her
attitude was offensive to say
the least. ,
The girl took our order,
passed it on to the kitchen,
then returned to her interrup-
ted conversation. The other


Shelter


for


Toads

Grandmas in years gone
by have spun the tall that
toadstools are used by
frogs as umbrellas to keep
the rain off them during a
downpour.
That's a good explana- *.''
tion, but it sounds a little
unbelievable.
Now we believe it. ,
Tuesday, at noon, in the
four inch downpour during
the noon hour, this frog was
found by a Star photogra-
pher, huddled under a giant
toadstool, keeping reason-
ably dry while the rain
came down.
This isn't a trick picture.
We can show, you the
toadstool in the picture, for
a day or two more at least,
the camera with which the
picture was made and the
negative which came out of
the camera.
The frog has since hop-
ped away.
-Star photo














who cares? But if they snub
your customers you won't
have any customers. After a
very short time there will be a "
sign on your door r "Closed.
Out of Business."
Mabel T. Bombay


'ditor


couple left. Finally the cook
handed out two plates of food
which the waitress slapped
down in front of us, then
returned to her friend at the
register.
The food was good enough,
but of course we never went
back.
"Wonder how many more
squares got a good snubbing,"
Pat observed as we looked in
the windows of the empty
restaurant. "Too bad. It was a
pretty little place. Could those
girls have ruined the man's
business?"
"Could be," I answered.
"They were pretty girls, but
who cares about that when
you're hungry?"
So if you are starting a
business, may we call it to
your attention that your em-
ployees need not be young,
pretty, or smart. All hungry
people want is service with a
smile. Smiles can even cover
up poor food. Whether the
employee is sixteen or sixty-


For
AMBULANCE

Call 227-1115


SALTY
SALLY


I never thought I would see the day when
financial disclosure was particularly necessary.
I hold the theory that the honest man who will do
his job as he should and never cause his public a
moment of uneasiness will have no qualms about
filling out the report properly, even though he
doesn't particularly like everyone knowing his
private business. The one who is going to abuse
his power, maybe steal from the public and use
his position to favor his personal interests, isn't
going to fill out a report which will make
the work of investigators easy in locating his
conflicts of interest.
I think the best financial disclosure of all is
for the voter to get off his lazy behind and use at
least one afternoon of golf or fishing time to
better acquaint himself with the type persons


who are asking to represent them in govern-
ment.
I didn't believe in financial disclosure, that
is, until that CBS television report on newspa-
pers was made on television Friday night.
Now, it is necessary to defend ourselves
from the mistaken picture CBS has painted and
partially use the financial disclosure to do it.
As usual, the TV report was aimed at a small.
segment of the newspaper business. If one
selects his targets, he can issue the same report
against television-ownership of groups of
stations by conglomerates and controlled editor-
ial policy as well as businesses raking in the
money.
It's true, the large newspapers are making


money. Most successful large concerns, which
provide a need to the public which is accepted by
them and make a fair charge for their product
make money; even television stations.
Laige newspaper properties are worth a lot
of money. So is a paper mill, a television station,
a railroad, a sawmill, or any other enterprise
which owns a lot of expensive, sophisticated
machinery, doing its share of business.
In these days, it would surprise the average
homeowner, who punches a clock for a living
(using someone else's machinery to make his
living) just how much he is worth as an
individual, if he would only take an inventory at
today's prices.
The only thing which disturbs us is that the
program looked only at the largest newspaper
properties in the nation, worth the most money,
which gives their lookers the implication that all
newspapers are worth a king's ransom and are
making money hand over fist.
What the program failed to explore was the
small daily and weekly newspaper. There are
more of us than there are of them, and most of us
are making a good living, y working long and
hard hours. Few, if any I us are getting rich.
From personal expedience, I can say this
newspaper is not getting rich.
True, newspapers are an attractive corn-.
modity on the market today. We have had offers


to sell ours, but no money mentioned and
certainly not a path beaten to our door every day
or so by well-heeled investors.tempting us with
bushels of money, just panting to take over our
operation.
We did have one man come- in via private
airplane a Piper Cub.
The price of newspapers, including weeklies,
has gone up with inflation just like everything
else. The machinery to produce one is ridiculous-
ly high. It makes a small weekly owner like ours,
shake with fright every time something breaks
down. This is because the possibility is so great
the machine will have to be replaced and the
price is too high to afford.
I'll admit we could make money on our
investment to sell our properties here. But, it
would mean we would have to go buy another
paper to get back into the business, and would
have to meet the market price. If you have to
borrow that kind of money, expecting the
investment to earn it back, it's a bad deal all
around.
Like so many other things, the television
program was made up by people on the outside
looking in. What they saw looked rosy. From the
inside, things don't look quite so green unless
you consider the complexion of the owner who is
considering just how shaky his house of cards
really is.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

BY WESLEY R. RAMSEY


Disclosure Proves CBS Off Base


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978


Three Vehicles Damaged In


Two Accidents During Week


Two automobile accidents
were reported in the city
during the past week. Nobody
was very seriously.injured in
either mishap, according to
police reports.
The first of the two acci-
dents happened early last
Friday morning, at 1:25 a.m.,
at the intersection of Seventh
Street and Long Avenue.
Police reports show that
Earnest C. Thursday, 36, of
Mexico Beach, was driving his
pick-up truck south on Long
Avenue, when a second pick-
up, driven by Mark Edward
Mason of Tiburon, California,
pulled out of the Seventh
Street intersection into the
path of Thursbay's vehicle.
Neither driver was hurt,


although an estimated $1,400
in damages was inflicted on
the two trucks.
Investigating officer, How-
ard Rogers, charged Mason
with running a stop sign.
SECOND ACCIDENT
In the second accident, B.
W. Wilder, Sr., 72, of Madison
Street in Oak Grove, failed to
make the traffic pattern at the
intersection of Highway 98 and
Monument Avenue, and
wound up in the front yard of
the First United Methodist
Church.
According to investigating
officer, Police Investigator
David Rogers, Wilder failed to
make the turn into Monument,
striking the curb and losing
control of his car. The vehicle


ran up in the church yard,
crashing into the bell struc-
ture at the front, of the
property.

Course Offered

In Standard
First Aid
A course in Standard First
Aid will be offered in Port St.
Joe in the near future. Persons
taking the course will receive
one hour crdeit from Gulf
Coast Community College.
The course is sponsored by
Gulf Coast and the St. Joe
Volunteer Ambulance Squad.
If interested, contact Jim
Gregg at 229-8362 after 5:00
p.m.


Union and company representatives put their names on a contract ending local plant manager and C. L. Entrekin, Staff Representative of the union.
the Basic Magnesia, Inc., strike last Thursday afternoon. Seated at the table, Standing, Idft to right are negotiators for both sides, David Wood, Bert Eaker,
signing :the document are, left to right: Ralph Gurley, Sub-District Jerry Peak, Jerry Wood, Jarrell Smith, B. L. Burkett, T. E. Ely and C. V.
Representative of the.union, Charles Carroll, local president, A. O. Boyette, Kilbourn. -Star photo



Basic, Union, Sign New Contract


Basic Magnesia, Inc., and their operating
union, Local 14963 of the United Steel Workers
of America, agreed to contract terms Thurs-
day afternoon, and signed a contract of
agreement for a three year pact.

The union and management teams signed
the agreement at the Fire Station at 4:00
-p.m., last Thursday after an all-day bargain-
ing session which resulted in an agreement in
the early afternoon.
According to local union president
Charles Carroll and plant manager, A. O.
Boyette, the agreement is one both sides "can
-'live with" for the next three years. The,.
agreement contained changes' in salary,
fringe benefits and operating rules and


Tournament Play

Begins Next Week


A very diversified series of
tournament play under the
direction of the Gulf County
Recreation Department,
begins the week of July 24.
Clarence Monette, director
of day play at the Washington
School site announces tourna-
ment play in many activities.
Come and choose which of the
many games you desire to
compete in.
Mrs. Louise Parker, direc-
tor at the Stac House, is
having tournaments in ping
pong and billiards.


A singles tennis
will be held at t
tennis courts, un
tion of Miss C
mire. All young b
ages six through
courage to par
Also featured i
tournaments wi
tourney on the 16
under the direct
Barlow. Any. you
particate, ages
drop by the cc
practice round a


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Chur
2001 GARRISON AVE.- PORT ST. JC

Invites You to Worship with Them
William Wilson, Pastor

SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ......................
MORNING WORSHI P .....................
EVENING WORSHIP ...................
SWEDNESDAY NIGHT.....................


regulations.
Both Boyette and Carroll said crews
would be called in that very evening to begin
preparations to re-open the plant, which has
been shut down for the 60-day duration of the
strike, the second in the plant's history here.
During the two-month strike, very few
bargaining sessions were held between the
union and company negotiators. Government
mediators were called in early in the strike,
but quickly saw they could do nothing to bring
the two. sides together and left. There had
been no really intensive bargaining, so far as
was known, during the strike duration until'
the last few days when an agreement was
finally hammered out.


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Miss Sandra Evon Underwood and Billie


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Gulf County

School Lunch


Menus

Monday, July 24
Luncheon meat & cheese,
tomato, pickle, apple, orange
juice, milk, mayonnaise.
Tuesday, July 25
Fried chicken, rice, green
beans, orange juice, roll, milk.
Wednesday, July 26
Peanut butter & jelly,
cheese.stick, banana, orange
juice, milk, sliced bread..
Thursday, July 27
Pizza, cole slaw, French
fries, milk, catsup.
Friday, July 28
Frankfurter, cole slaw,
French fries, milk, catsup.
S Monday, July 31 -; ,,.
Menu will be the manager's
.choice of each lunchroom.
Menus are subject to change
due to the availability of food.


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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
S 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 looking as well as those
who advertise.




The Star

306-308 Williams Ave. Phone 227-1278


Miss Sandra Evon Under-
wood and Billie John Barwick,
Jr. were united in marriage on
June 17 at the Sandy Springs
Christian Church in Atlanta
with the Rev. Al Widner
officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Sidney
Underwood of Trinity, N.C.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Billie John
Barwick, Sr. of Port St. Joe.
Nuptial selections were pre-
sented by organist Barbara
Ellito at the double-ring can-
dlelight ceremony. Soloist
Carol Veto sang several songs
that were favorites of ,the
bride and groom. Jim Tray
cousin of the bride, sang The
Lord's Prayer at the end of the
ceremony.
Given in marriage, by her
father, the bride wore an
empress gown of ivory crepe
chiffon and Venise lace with
an A-line skirt bordered in
lace -extending to form a
chapel length train. Her veil of
ivory crepe chiffon was held in
place by a headpiece of ivory
chiffon and daisies. She car-
ried a bridal bouquet of peach
roses interspersed with white,
baby's breath. ..
:Serving the bride as matron
of honor was Mrs. Larry.
Wilson of High Point, N.C,
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Clay-
ton Reynolds of Dallas, Te-
xas; Mrs. Tony Dagger, of
Miami and Mrs. D. Steven"
Underwood of Trinity, N.C.,
sister-in-law of the bride. They I
wore floor length ensembles.
consisting of candlelight
blouses with round neck lines.
and long full sleeves gathered
at the wrists. The formal
length peach colored skirts
were interwoven with flowers
of the same color.
Serving as best man was '
Bill Davis of Thomasville, Ga.
Ushers were Allan Pecarino of.
Panacea; Doug Marty, Hol-
lywood; Steven Underwood of


C. C. Vassie & Marjorie Rogers


Engaged


The engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of Marjo-,
rie Rogers and Cabell Car-
rington (C.C.) Vassie, Sr.'
have been announced by the,
betrothed couple. Vows will be
spoken at 10 o'clock in the;
morning on July 22 at the First"
United Methodist Church,
Panama City.
The bride-elect is the daugh-4
ter of Mrs. Eula Rogers anidi
the late H.A. Rogers of High-4
land View, Port St. Joe. The;
prospective bridegroom is the.
son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
John Edward Vassie of Mul-
berry. .
The prospective bride has
been a member of the adver-:
tising staff of the Panama City
News-Herald for the past 13
years. She is a graduate 6f
Port St. Joe High School and
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege. Prior to joining the
News-Herald staff she was a
kindergarten teacher in We-
wahitchka.


Mr. Vassie is a graduate of
Mulberry High School and
Morrow Business College, Pa-
nama City. He is a retired
federal Civil Service em-
ployee and was formerly su-
pervisor and assistant fire
chief with the fire department
at the U.S. Naval Coastal
Systems Laboratory and was
a former lieutenant with the
Panama City Fire "Depart-
ment.'
Following the wedding cere-
mony a reception will be held
in the fellowship hall of the
church.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.






Margarine has the same calo-
ric content as butter.


You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.

rome Cartier,


SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................
MORN ING WORSHIP ...............
CHURCH TRAINING ................
EVENING WORSHIP ...............
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)....

Rev. J. C. ODUM, Jei


Pastor Minister of Music


Trinity, N.C., brother of the
bride and Dr. Jim Bradley of
Birmingham, Alabama.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Underwood chose a light
.green formal length, chiffon
gown accented with a rhine-
stone buckle at the high waist
and an attached flowing panel
in the back. Her corsage was a
white catalya orchid.
The bride's paternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Ray W. Under-
wood wore a formal teal blue
chiffon formal gown. Her cor-
sage was made of white
carnations.
The bridegroom's mother
selected a beige chiffon gown
with muted flowers of deep
peach and green. The dress
was accented, with a-round
shawl collar and of the same
material and floating panels
forming an overskirt attached
at the high waist. She also-
wore a' small white catalya
orchid.
Following the ceremony a
reception was held at the
Mariott Hotel where music
was provided by Carol Veto
and her jazz quartet. Mrs.
Ralph Mims, au~nt of the
groom and Mrs. Ray West-
brook, aunt of the bride,
greeted guests. The bride's
book was kept by Kimberly
and Debbie Caueu, nieces of
the bridegroom. Mrs. Ralph
Mims presided at the punch
bowl and Mrs. Ray Westbrook
and Mrs. Walter Mathis, aunts
of the bride presided at the
bride's table.
The bride is a graduate of
East Carolina University in
Greenville, S.C. She is pre-
sently employed with Delta
Airlines. The bridegroom at-
tended the University of Geor-
gia and is vice-president of
Medical International South-
eastern, Inc. in Atlanta, Ga.
The couple resides at 2586
Spencers Trace, Maridtta, Ga.
30062.




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Nazarene Church


Begins Bible School


Vacation Bible School be-
gins at the Nazarene Church,
July 24th and :continues
through the, 30th. The hours
will be from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.,'
nightly, with a special session,
Saturday, from nine a.m. to
one p.m. The week will con-
clude with an open hotuse,-'
Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m.
The Church of the Nazarene,
located on the corner of Niles
Road and Long Ave., extends
an invitation to all young
people, especially those with-
out a church home, ages 2-14.
Each night will include crafts,
stories, songs, recreation, re-
freshments and much more.
For more information or


advance registration, call
Carol Durham at 229-6676,
anytime.


Shorthand

Course to

Continue
The Shorthand Class
begun in May will continue
through the month of August
and as long as there continues
to be an interest in the class.
Instruction is individualized
so the class is made up of
beginners and those with pro-
gress all the way up to taking
dictation at 80 words per
minute.
Anyone interested in enroll-
ing in the class should contact
the Gulf County Recreation
Department at 229-6119. The
fee is $10 per month and the
instructor is Mrs. Sharon Wat-
son.

Need Info On

Art Classes?
There have been several
inquiries concerning art clas-
ses in Port St. Joe. If you
would be interested in begin-
ners classes being taught
here; please call 229-6119, and
leave a number where you can
be reached.


Birth

Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Roche
would like to announce the
birth of their daughter, Sara
Evelyn, on July 2.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Welton Roche of Port
St., Joe and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lange and Uncle Bob,
former owners of the Motel St.
Joe who are now on an
extended camping trip across
the U.S.


SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR

FREE,ESTI MATES LICENSED,


HOUSE PAINTING By

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INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR (904) 648-5103


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George McLawhon, Jr. Doing


Outstanding Computer Research


George B. McLawhon, Jr.,
who from the University of
Tennessee Space Institute, re-
cently received the Master of
Science Degree in Computer
Technology, has joined Halli-
burton Services in Duncan,
Oklahoma as a Senior Pro-
grammer in the Mechanical
Research Department.
McLawhon's work at UTSI
was under Dr. Firouz Shah-
rokhi, Professor and Directot
of the Remote Sensing Divi-
sion. His Master's thesis de-
scribes the design and opera-
tion of an automated informs-
tion system which he develo-
ped that will permit the com-
puterization of .satellite and
aircraft imagery and, aerial
, photography to be analyzed
and stored. Dr. Shaharokhi
said, "His work is among the
best research work done at
UTSI, and it will be adopted by
Many organizations, both na-
tionally and internationally."
He is married to the former
Joy Witzky of Fort Wayne,
Indiana, who has been a
teacher at Coffee County Cen-
tral High School. They lived in
Tullahoma, and now reside in
Duncan, OK.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.


George McLawhon, Sr., of
Port St. Joe..McLawhon re-
ceived his BA from Bryan
College in Dayton, Tennessee,


where he was President of the Students in American Univer-
Student Senate as well as a sities and Colleges.
Dean's List Student, and a
mpmhbr nf Who's Whn Amnna


Take Care of Your


Plants Before Vacation


Many of you will probably
be going on vacation within
the next few weeks. It is
important to get your land-
scape and garden plants in
order prior to departure for
vacation.
During a one to two week
period away from home,
considerable damage may
be experienced by plants if
care is not provided. This is
especially true for plants
growing in containers-both
indoors and outdoors. If
Asked, a neighbor will pro-
bably check on the plants
while you are gone. It is
important td give this person
Proper instructions on the
needs of each plant. Needs
may vary considerably and
a friend may not have the
same type of sensitivity for
plants as the owner.
A little time spent in
readying your home for your
absence may spare many
extra hours of work upon
your return. Perhaps the fol-
lowing checklist will be help-
ful.
Place your outdoor potted


plants in a shady location.
This may be near the side of
a building having a northern
exposure or within the pro-
tective cover of a heavy
foliage plant.
Potted plants may be
placed in the ground up to
the rim of the container. A
thick layer of mulch will
conserve moisture and re-
duce the number of water-
ings needed while on vaca-
tion.
When caring for indoor
plants, place them in a room
which receives indirect light.
Direct sunlight will dry the
soil quicker. iDo "not" leave
plants in a darkened room,
because leaf drop will surely
result. The last thing to do
before leaving on a trip is to
thoroughly soak the plants.
If the vacation extends over
a two-week period, move
house plants outdoors and
sink pots in a shaded and
cool garden bed.
Mow lawn just prior to
leaving, if possible. An un-
kept lawn is a tell-tale sign
that no one is at home, as


well as being bad for the
lawn grass to get out of
hand. Perhaps mow a little
shorter that usual if your
stay will be long. Water the
lawn well prior to leaving,
or make provisions for
sprinklers to be turned on.
Treat for chinch bugs and-or
fungus, if signs of these
pests are present.
Give garden beds and
plants, particularly those re-
cently planted, a final and
good soaking prior to leav-
ing. It will help to mulch
plants with leaves, pine
Needles, coomppst or bark to
conse ve ,pigisture. ,, .. :,
Cut flowering annuals just
before leaving. Annuals
which go uncut will soon
cease to bloom. Plant food is
used to nourish developing
seed instead of production of
new flowers and foliage.
Give plants a good spray-
ing or dusting to protect
against harmful insects and
diseases.
Provide a good over-all
weeding prior to departure.
If weeds are allowed to go
to seed while away, you can
expect a much harder job of
weeding later, in the season,
or next year when the seeds
sprout. Weeds also rob desir-
able plants of food and mois-
ture.
Harvest all ripened or
nearly ripened fruit and ve-
getables prior to leaving.
Vegetables will continue to
produce if harvested often.
Make arrangements with a
neighbor to harvest and wa-
ter the garden in payment
for vegetables and fruit.


Recreation


Trip to

Wakulla

The Port St. Joe Recreation
Department will take its an-
nual trip to Wakulla Springs
Thursday, July 20. The bus
will leave Port St. Joe Elem-
entary School at 9:00 a.m. and
return by 5:00 p.m.
Lunches and snacks will be
provided, but each participant
must bring enough money to
pay for fees to swimming
area, glass bottom boats,
sight-seeing, boats, etc. Ap-
proximately $3.00 will allow
each child to get the full
treatment!
Each child must have
signed permission from par-
ent or legal guardian in order
to make the trip. Call 229-6119
for additional information.

Homecoming at
Howard Creek
The Howard Creek Baptist
Mission will be having a
homecoming on July 30. There
will be a dinner on the grounds
following the morning worship
service. Everyone is invited to
attend both the worship ser-
vices and lunch in the after-
noon.
Vacation Bible School will
start at the Howard Creek
Baptist Mission on July 31.
Bible school will meet daily
from 8:30 until 11:00 a.m.
CARD OF THANKS
We want to take this means
to thank our friends for the
many acts of sympathy ex-
tended us at the death of my
father, Walter Hyatt, of Bel-
mont, N.C.
Your kindnesses will always
be remembered with tender
memories.
Mae Plair and Family


WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.
Spring is here and summer is
not far away. Cold, flavorful
drinks served with light lunches,
snacks or alone make excellent
refreshers for both children and
adults.
S\ Orange Blush Refresher and
Raspberry Lemon 'Cooler,
prepared with Unsweetened
Hawaiian Punch Drink Mixes,
are ideal refreshments for hot
4 spring and summer days. For
that matter, each is an excellent
.punch to serve when having a
birthday party or when the
neighborhood children drop in.
ORANGE BLUSH
REFRESHER
1 envelope Unsweetened
Hawaiian Punch Orange
Punch Drink Mix
1/2 tup sugar
1 quart cold water
1/3 cup grenadine syrup
1/3 cup lemon juice
1 pint orange sherbet
In punch bowl, combine
Drink Mix and sugar. Add
water and stir until sugar is
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ORANGE BLUSH REFRESH-
ER, made'with Unsweetened
Hawaiian Punch Drink Mix, is
pretty enough to be the centerpiece
for any summer party.


dissolved. Add grenadine syrup
and lemonjuice; mix well. Chill.
'Just before serving, add sherbet
and stir until partially melted.
Makes approximately twelve
4-ounce servings.


There's nothing better to beat the
heat than RASPBERRY LEMON
COOLER, made with Unsweetened
Hawaiian Punch Drink Mix, served
in a tall glass loaded with ice.

RASPBERRY LEMON
COOLER
I envelope Unsweetened
Hawaiian Punch Raspberry
Punch Drink Mix
I cup sugar
I quart cold water
1 can (6 oz.) frozen lemonade
concentrate, partially thawed
I bottle (28-oz.) club soda,
chilled
ice cubes
Lemon slices (optional)
In large punch bowl, combine
Drink Mix and sugar. Add
water and stir until sugar is
dissolved. Add lemonade; mix
well. Chill. Just before serving,
gradually stir in club soda. Add
ice cubes and lemon slices for
garnish, if desired.
Makes approximately eigh-
teen 4-ounce servings.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978


Need Financial Assistance for


College?

Students who plan to enroll
at Gulf Coast Community
College this fall and who may.
be eligible for financial assist-
ance through a federal basic
education opportunity grant
program should complete all
required financial aid applica-
tion forms by August 1.
SAccording to Dan Smith,
financial aid coordinator at
GCCC, students meeting the
August 1 deadline are at an
advantage in that they will
know before fall registration
begins whether or not they are
eligible for financial assist-
ance.
Smith pointed out that the
BEOG application form is
available through his office in
the college's Student Services
Building. Office hours are 7:30
through 3:30.
Financial assistance in the
form of a federal grant may
tange from $200 to $1200 a year
.depending upon such factors
as a person's income, number


- Apply by August 1


of members in a family,
independence from family or
unusual expenses.
As a general rule of thumb,
a student who is not the
primary breadwinner but
comes from a family of at
least four members with an
income below $14,000 is elig-
ble for some federal assist-
ance.
"The reason the federal
government is willing to help
fund education for needy stu-
dents is quite simple," said
Smith. "Everytime they assist
a needy student in going to
college and becoming a tax-
payer rather than a taxeater
the government stands to reap
an average tax profit of
$75,000 during that persons
lifetime."
Federal grants, however,
are only one form of financial
assistance available to college
students.
That assistance may come
in the form of a scholarship,


local work-study program or
student assistance program, a
loan or a grant.
"Many people believe that a
person must be extremely
intelligent or tragically poor
to receive financial aid," said
Smith. "It just isn't so!"
On a national average, one
of every three college students


is eligible to receive some
form of financial assistance.
The secret to getting finan-
cial assistance is to apply
early and "don't be afraid to
talk to the college's financial
aid advisor. He can help and
that may mean money in your :
pocket!"


Beach Firefighters

Holding Sale Sat.


A bake sale and flea market
will be held this Saturday,
July 22, at the old Wright
brothers store building at St.
Joe Beach. The building is
located on the corner of Hwy.
98 and Coronado St.
All proceeds from the sale
will go to the Gulf County
Beaches Volunteer Fire De-
partment to purchase needed.
fire-fighting equipment. Any
donations will be greatly ap-


Statement of




Condition'




I AS OF JUNE 30,y1978


preciated. Offered for sale will
be clothes, cakes, cookies,
drinks, junk, treasures and
bargains of all kinds.



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Writer James Joyce was .
also a talented musician,


Assets

Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real Estate ................... $10,610,375.44
All Other Loans .............................. .................... 112,018.76
Real Estate Owned and In Judgment .......... ..................... 4,333.90
,Loan.and Contracts Made toFacilitate Sale of Real Estate ..,,... ............ 27,416.00.
Cash on Hand and in Banks. ............................... ...: ....... 780,876.25
Investments and Securities ................. .......................... 104,308.81
Fixed Assets Less Depreciation ....... ............................... 33,725.47
Deferred Charges and Other Assets ................... ................. 56,438.15
TOTAL ASSETS ......................... ....... ................ $11,729,492.78




Liabilities and Net Worth

Savings Accounts ................... ........................ ..... ....$10,257,347.51
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ............................. 200,000.00
Other Borrowed Money............................................
Loans In Process ................... ............................... ... 89,629.00
Other Liabilities .................. .................................... 79,663.74
Specific Reserves .................. ...............................
General Reserves ....................................... 581,499.88


Surplus ... ..........................
TOTAL LIABILITIES and NET WORTH ....


OFFICERS
C. G. COSTIN, SR., President; CECIL G.
COSTIN, JR., Executive Vice-President and
Attorney; FRANK HANNON, Vice-Presi-
dent; CHARLES J. STEVENS, JR., Secre-
tary-Treasurer; ELOYCE PRATT, Asst.
Secretary-Treasurer and Bookkeeper.


521,352.65
$11,729,492.78


DIRECTORS
C. G. COSTIN, SR., CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.,
FRANK HANNON, DAVID B. MAY, E. F.
GUNN, GEORGE G. TAPPER, FOREST A.
REVELL, M. BROOKS HAYES and DWIGHT
MARSHALL, JR.

OTHER.PERSONNEL
Marion P. Williams ........ Office Secretary
Carolyn M. Young .................. Teller
Ruth W. Patterson .................. Teller
Ranza Cox ........................ Teller










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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978


Two Area Men Arrested


.: On Check Forgery Count
; Gulf County Sheriff Keri Fitzgerald was charged alleged infractions agail
.Murphy told The Star this with one count of forgery and Fitzgerald and had him
." ,week his department has ar- one count of passing a forged raigned before County Jud
rested women in the Port St. check.. Fitzgerald was arrest- David Taunton Sunday aft
-Joe area dining the past week ed three hours after cashing noon.
-.on check charges. a check for $100.00 at Pate's He is now being held unc
'o e rge a T f. A A __ T j_, 11 1ff/1I _J1 .. ^._..


1': The first man arrested was
-Clarence Milton Fitzgerald,
Sage 21, of 202 Bay View Drive.
:in Highland View.



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oervic e station nier i ruior
St. Joe.
The Sheriff's Department
filed the charges for the

Pvt. Hend

In Training
Pvt. Dwight A. Hend, son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Hend,
Jr.,. Wewahitchka, recently
completed a jungle training:
course in the Panama Canal
Zone.
The course provided train-
ing in jungle survival techni-
ques of camouflage, patrolling
and various aspects of jungle
warfare.
, Hend is an armorer with the
502nd Infantry at Fort Camp-
bell, Ky.
He is a 1976 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School.


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$ I0,00 bonL in ILe couuny ji I.
SECOND MAN ARRESTED
In connection with the same
case, a second man, Russel
Glenn Hines, age 22, of Port
St. Joe, .was arrested and
charged with forgery. He is
in custody by the Sheriff's
Department at this time.
Upon the arrest of Hines, a
routine check was run through
the national crime informa-
tion center and found that*
Hines was wanted in Idaho
for probation violation char-
ges.
The two were alleged to
have stolen personal checks
on a Pensacola bank, which
they were forging:
Sheriff's Department Cap-
tain James Buchahan and
Port St. Joe Police Investiga-
tor David Rogers were .the
investigating officers in the
Case.


County Planning Committee



Activated for Further Duty


Gulf County's Planning
Commission was re-activated
on Thursday night of last week
and immediately set to work
to find out how they should go
about drawing up a plan of
development for Gulf County.
The county has been under
notice by the State of Florida '
for over a year to come up.


with a plan of land use and
development.

Meeting with the 'commit-
tee, which is headed up by
Hugh White of Port St. Joe,
was Ed Feuchs, director of the
.Apalachee Planning Council,
who gave pointers and direc-
tion on how the committee


should approach the task be-
fore them.
Feuchs said the county has
taken the first step required
by the State by appointing
their committee, to do the
work. He said the county has
until July 1, 1979 to have a
preliminary plan for .state
approval or show that reason-


Tournament Planned


There will be a Port St. Joe
Invitational Tennis Tourna-
ment held at the Port St. Joe


Softball
The New Bethel A.M.E.
Methodist Church is sponsor-
ing a softball tournament on
July 28, 29 and 30. Entrance
fee is $45 and two Dudley
softballs.
For more information write
Raymond Peters or Millie:
Pearl Fennell at P. O. Box 901,
Port St. Joe, or 255 Avenue D,
or call 227-1661 or 227-1772.


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City Tennis Courts on 8th St.
This will be held the weekend
of July 28, 29, and 30. The
tournament will consist of the
first 16 entries in each cate-
gory.
This will bea single elimi-
nation tournament. Entry fee
for singles will be $5.00 and
one can of tennis balls. Entry
fee for doubles will. be $6.00
and one can of tennis balls.


Entry fee for mixed doubles
will be $6.00 and one can of
tennis balls. There also will be
a, girl's single match with an
entry fee of $5.00 and one can
of tennis balls.
The deadline for entering
the tournament will be July 24.
Please turn in your entry
blank and entry.fee to Roscoe
Lynch, P.O. Box 129 or call
227-1654.


able progress is being made in
that direction.
The Apalachee Planning
Council Director said his or-
ganization could aid the coun-
ty in securing federal and
state money to help pay for the
research and expertise which
must be included in such a
plan. He estimated such a
project should cost in the
neighborhood of $18,000 and
that the county would have to
foot approximately one-third
of the bill.
Feuchs said the state re-
quirements have been water-
ed down somewhat, but that
certain things weie still re-
quired in a county plan.
Some of these items consist
of: 1) cQastal zone protection,
though not so stringent as has
been suggested in the past; 2)
consideration must be taken
as to how much innovations in
the county will cost, taking
state requirements into con-
sideration; 3) a housing plan.
Planning Commission chair-
man White suggested that the
County Commission take as,


their first step, the recruiting
of some additional members
for their committee. "We
haven't met since 1975", White
said, "and some of our former
members have fallen by the
wayside." He expressed a
need and desire of the commit-
tee for additional members to
give more diverse opinions to
their task.
Members of the committee
present at the meeting Thurs-
day night were: White, Mrs.
Baynard Malone, Ms. Laura
Geddie, Max W. Kilbourri, Al
Hargraves, and Tommy Pitts.
County representatives pre-
sent were George Y. Core,
Everett Owens, Jr., Leo Ken-
nedy and Billy Branch.

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After Long
Mrs. Julia 0. Creech, 62 of
Port St. Joe, died Friday in the
West Florida Hospital in Pen-
sacola last week. She was a
native of Perry and had been a
resident of Port St. Joe for the
past 40 years. She was a
member of the First United
Methodist Church and a re-
tired social worker with the
Florida Department of Health
and Rehabilitative Services.
She is survived by three
daughters; Mrs. Kay Fillin-
gim of Geneva, Alabama,
Mrs. Cecelia Cobb, of Pensa-
cola and Mrs. Beth Carr, of
Panama City, two sisters Mrs.
Rae Huxford, of Perry and
Mrs. Evelyn Lunlpkin, of Cry-


Mason O'Neil MacDan-
iel, 51 a resident of Wewa-
hitchka passed away suddenly
early Sunday morning at his
home.
. Mr. MacDaniel was a native
and lifetime resident of We-
wahitchka, and a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka. He was a Ma-
son and Shriner and a past
master of Tupelo Lodge No.
289. With his father he oper-
ated a general mercantile
business in' Wewahitchka for
several years. At the time of
his death he was the Supt. of
the Gulf County Courthouse..


Former

Resident

Expires
Funeral services were
held last Friday for Otis Ogle,
age 73, who passed away Wed-
nesday, July 12, after a leng-
thy illness.
Mr: Ogle was a native of
Tablerock, Virginia,. and
had moved to Quincy in 1961.
Prior to moving to Quincy, he
was a resident of Port St. Joe.
Services were held from the
Santa Clara Baptist Church in
Quincy with Rev. Truett Com-
er and Rev. David Smith offi-
ciating. Interment was in Hill-
crest Cemetery.
Survivors include: his wife,
Louise Ogle of Quincy; a
daughter, Eloise Harper of
White City; a son, James
"Buddy" Ogle of Morrilton,'
Ark.; two sisters, Eva Har-
ris of St. Petersburg and
Thelma Perry of Bradenton; a
brother& Mack Ogle of Sara-
sota and seven grandchildren.
Services were under the
direction of Morgan-McClel-
lan Funeral Home in Quincy.


Illness
stal River, and five grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in
the First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe with
Rev. Johnie McCurdy and
Rev. Jim Fillingim, officia-
ting.
Interment was in the Holly
Hill Cemetery.
Friends who wish, may
make memorial contributions
to the First United Methodist
Church Organ Fund, or the
West Florida Lung Associa-
tion.,
St. Clair Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe, was in charge of
all arrangements.


Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Patsy MacDaniel, a son,
Mason O'Neal MacDaniel, Jr.,
daughter, Tonyia Lynn Mac-
Daniel, his father, Poley Mac-
Daniel and a brother Thomas
MacDaniel all of Wewahitch-
ka.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 p.m. CST Tuesday in
the First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka with the Rev.
.Harvey English officiating.
Interment followed in the
family plot of Roberts. Ceme-
tery in Honeyville with grave-
side Masonic rites.
'All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home in Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka.


Mrs. Squaw

Taken

by Death
Mrs. Janie E. Squaw, 65, a
resident of Port St. Joe,
passed away early Sunday
morning in the Municipal
Hospital.
SMrs. Squaw was a native of
Tallahassee and a long-time
resident of Port St. Joe.
Survivors include her hus-
band, James Squaw of Port St.
Joe; a step-son, Charles
Squaw of California and a
sister, Mrs. Ella Brown of
Tallahassee.
Funeral services will be
held today at 3:30 p.m., from
the Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe,
with the Rev. G. H. Wilson,
pastor and the Rev. Luther
Baker officiating. Interment
will follow in the family plot of
Forest Hill Cemetery.
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe.


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First United

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

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


Mrs. Julia Creech Dies


the members of the

Church of Christ

invite you to meet with them:

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

Corner 20th St. & Marvin
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PAGE SEVEN


2 BR home with good- size
porch and utility room, on 75'
S150' lot. Stove and refrig-
erator included. $19,000. 648-
5315. tfc 3-23

Two large corner lots for
sale at Ward Ridge. Call 229-
002. 4tp7-13


St. Joe Beach home-105
Gulf St., 3 bdrm, 2 bath, large
,living area. See July 20th or
21st, % block from beach,
21,500. Call 1-404-253001.
2tp7-13

3 BR house at Oak Grove,
229-6500 or 227-1281. tfc 7-13


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Fi E. B. MILLER REALTY


PORT ST. JOE


106 Il 3 2
bat1 wce.nw
pay t |1,o, m y
pri .of

Income duplex, 2 bdrm, 1
bath, lv-rm, kitchen-dining
comb. up & down. 228% 7th
St. Bargain. $15,000.00.

1313 Marvin Ave., fireplace
in, roomy den, 3 bdrms, 3
baths, carport, utility room,
in nice location, lots of
room, fenced yard.

105 Bellamy Circle, 3 bdrm,
1 bath, cone. block home,
needs some work, painting,
a nice livable home priced
in the 20's.


In quiet residential area. On
large landscaped lot. 3
bdrms, 2 baths, kitchen w-
dishwasher, disposal, oven-
range. Has cen. vacuum
sys., inter-com, 320 ft.
sprinkler system, deep well.
102 Yaupon.

13 bdrm, living, dining, stor-
age room (can be made into
nice den, utility room, nice
neighborhood on 2 lots, 1017
Woodward.

2 excellent residential build--
ing lots on: Westcott Circle.
Drive by and see these, then.
give us a call.


Older home on large corner
lot. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, living -
rm, large kitchen, den, and
big screen porch off liv.
room. Ownier has treated for
termites. 1101 Garrison Ave.
221 9th St., 2 bdrm, 1 bath,.-
complete w stove, refrig.,
dishwasher, 2 window a-c's,
curtains and carpets. New
panelling, new plumbing,
screen porch. -

Need more room? 3 bdrm, 2
bath, liv. rm, combination
Ige den & dining area, fire-
place with gas logs, excel-
lent buy. 1014 Garrison.

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

Newly redecorated & re-
modeled 2 bdrm, 1 bath
located on 21 park-like lots,
excellent for starter home.
517 10th St.

Large, comfortable, older
house on 2 lots. 4 bdrms, 2
baths, big den, liv. rm, din.
rm, new roof, 1201 Palm
Blvd.

104 Yaupon-New brick
house. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, liv.
rm, din. rm, den with fire-
place. 2-car garage panelled
can easily be converted to
large recreation room.


BEACHES .;
Looking for aea again 3 bdrm brick home, nearly
Come see this mobile home new, in excel. cond. On 2 lots
withlovely setting on canal. totalling 150' x 150'. A per-
Lovely yard w-patio over- manent home to be proud of.
looking water. Furnished Corner of Georgia and Mag-
and ready to move into. ellan, St. Joe Beach.
Owner moving to S. Florida.
See this today. $7,500.00. Duplex 1 bdrm & bath one
Land leased at $40.00 per side, 2 bdrm & bath other
month. side on nice lot. Columbus
St., St. Joe Beach.


Excellent buy in 2 bedroom
mobile home with screen
porch, completely furnish-
ed. Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach. $14,000.

Deluxe Mobile Home: 2
bdrms, 2 bths, carpeted,
drapes, completely furnish-
ed w washer & dryer. Large
insulated utility house,
chain link fence. 8th & Geor-
gia, Mexico Beach.
Cute as a bug, beach cottage
brand new on landscaped lot
with fruit trees. Completely
furnished, ready for occu-
pancy. Recently added
glassed & screen porch.
$16,000. Beacon Hill.
2 bdrm, 1 bath, 2nd lot from
highway. Gulf St., St. Joe
Beach.
Excel. cond., 1974 mobile.
home on 2 improved lots
Cortez St. Many improve-
ments, 10x10' storage shed,
landscaped. A true value at
$17,000. St. Joe Beach.

Furnished trailer and lot,
$9,500.

3 bdrm, 1 bath comfortable
Some, corner Pine & Ameri-
cus. 1 block from beach.
Well cared for. St. Joe
Beach.

Lots of room in this com-
fortable 3 bdrm, 1 bath
home with large spacious
den, lot beautifully land-
scaped. Pine St. 1% blocks
from U.S. 98.

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

Five-plex currently rented,
near water on 40th St. Good
investment.


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.

Almost new stilt-house on
75' x 100' lot overlooking
Gulf. 2 bdrms, bath, big kit-
chen. 15th St.,Mexico Beach

Partially finished 3 bdrm,
1,bath home, large living
rm, kitchen and family rm
combo. Garage & utility rm,
on 75' x 100' cleared lot.
$18,500 as is. Adjoining cor-
ner lot may be purchased
with home.

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

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

Almost new beach cottage, 2
bdrm-bath, living room,
dining-kitchen combo. 8th
Street.

Excellent, extremely well-
constructed new 3 bdrm, 2
bath brick home on large
lot, central heat & air, fire-
place, priced right, 7th St.,
Mexico Beach.

2 nice lots convenient to
beach. Priced right.


INDIAN PASS
Almost new 3 bdrm, 2 bath
comfortable home with car-
port & laundry room. On
State Hiway S30B. Conven-
ient, ready to move into.

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.

2 lots on Neptune. Owner
will sell one or both, priced
right. Second block from
beach. $5,500 each.

WHITE CITY
$2,000 down payment will
buy this brick home on
Charles St. (Assume exist-
ing mtg., seller with take
2nd mtge) 3 bdrm, 2 bath, w-
laindry room.
+
131' on Hwy. 71, 444' deep.
Nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath home.
Deep well & pump. Approx.
one and one-third acres.

WEWAHITCHKA
Almost new brick home-
1% acres. Over 3,500 sq. feet
of living area. This one*is
two homes in one-3 bdrms
2 baths, liv, rm, din..rm;
'kitchen ." a--den8 it main-
area and under same roof a
lovely Apartment w liv. rm -
din. rm, kitchen combina-
tion. Large bath and dress-
ing rm area. Central heat
and air, city water.

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.

DALKIETH

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


HIGHLAND VIEW

Investment potential-2 bay
front lots facing U.S. 98.
Total 150' front x 110' deep
with fire damaged cottage--
price reduced to $12,500.00.

$3,000 down, owner will fi-
nance balance at 8% per-
cent. See this starter home
at your convenience. 208 2nd
Ave.


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


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


MOBILE HOMES

Excellent double-wide Tif-
fany, partially furnished.
Buy equity and take over
payments.


EMon B. Miller, Realtor Patty Miller, Associate Realtor


648-5011

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


2 bedroom house at 520 3rd
St., has recently been re-
modeled. Two air condition-
ers, fenced in yard, utility
house. 229-6217. tfc 6-29

3 -bedroom house in White
City, 1 acre of land, price
flexible. 229-8118 or 229-8153.
4tc 7-13

Three BR home, large din-
ing and kitchen area, bath,
den, two screened porches.
Includes stove, refrigerator,,
window ac. Carpeted, 1% lots.
$14,000. 516 9th St. See any
time. tfc 5-18
Thre bedroom maonrv


. Bull dog puppies, Eng-
lish, pit. Only nine, six
males, 3 females. Call 229-
6664 to get your pick of the
litter. 2tp 7-13

Electra Les Paul style gui-
tar, solid body, maple finish,
hard shell; Yamaha G412
amplifier 100 watts, solid state
with 4-12" speaker, with
cover, all equipment less than
1 yr. old. Perfect condition,
cost over $1,200 new, will sac-
rifice for $600. Will consider
selling separate. Call 229-6060.
ltc 7-20

1974 Capella mobile home,
12' x 70', 3 BR, 2 bath, central


house at 105 Bellamy Circle. air. Call 229-8336 after vie.
Call 227-1607 after 5:00 p.m. tfc 7-20
tfc 10-13
f 11 i AKC Pekingese, 2 yrs. old,
75' x 115' zoned lot at Mexico:' male, $50. 229-8336 after five.
Beach. Phone 229-2763. tfc 8-25 tfc 7-20


1967 Plymouth, good car for
work or fishing. $200. Phone
229-6225. 2tp7-13

1968 Ford Fairlane, 6 cyl.
auto, good tires, new inspec-
tion sticker, trailer hitch, $475.
227-1568. tfc 7-6

1962 pickup truck, Chevro-
let; also 1967 Chevrolet sedan,
new tires, runs good. Call 648-
5179. 2tc 7-20





Wanted: Cook for next 3
.weeks. 227-1624. ';. c 7-20
Wanted: Lawns to mow, any
Size. Call Greg Pierce at 229-
8870 or Bryan ErnSt at 229-
8052. tfc 6-15


YARD SALE-Thursday,
July 20 July 31, 8 a.m. till
dark. On Bay St., St. Joe
Beach, double-wide trailer.
Sheets, bedspreads, curtains,
tablecloths, doilies, clothes,
shoes, dishes, pots & pans,
macrame, plants, vacuum
cleaner, hair dryer, pictures,.
lamp. ltp 7-20

No. 1 Drive In Theater
Apalachicola
Friday Saturday
July 21 & 22
2 Big Shows!
GIRLS ON THE ROAD


One 30 gallon gas water
heater. One year old, in excel-
lent cond. Sold for $110 when
new. Will sell for $75. 229-6929
or 229-8222, ask for Mike..

"The Great Tide", written
by Rubylea Hall, former resi-
dent of Port St. Joe, will be on
sale at the .following places,
and it is in its sixth printing:
Campbell's Drug Store
Pauline's Restaurant
Phillip's Gulf Service Station
Hickory House
Gulf Sand Restaurant, beach
Mexico Beach Grocery, M.B.
Kerigan's Kargo, M.B.
Fiesta Food Store, M.B.
Mrs. Hubert Brinson, 216 6th
St., Port St. Joe. 229-8663.
3tp 7-13

GIGANTIC YARD SALE
AND BAKE SALE. July 28 &
29, Fri. & Sat., all day. 2116
Long Ave., across from ele-
mentary school. Raising funds
for the Way Ministries. Silver,
jewelry, wigs, baked goods,
beauty supplies, stereos,
radios, furniture, toys, flower
arrangements, macrame, car,
golf clubs, baby items, plants,
coffee makers, clothes. Much,
Much More! Ya'll come.
These items are nice no
junk. 3t 7-13

1300 cc VW engine. Needs
crankshaft. $70 or best offer.
229-6929 or 229-8222, ask for
Mike. tfc 7-13


and SUPER VAN DRAPERIES-Ready made
This ad will admit 2 adults and custom made. Large sel-
free this program. election of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Sears go cart, good cond., Appliance Store, 209 Reid
$125. Call Tres Parker, 227- Ave., phone 227-1730.
J861 after 5p.m. tfc7-27-
.. --- ---.--F... .. or Sale :Charterrimember-
Air conditioner, 18,000 btu in ship for St. Joseph's Bay
good cond., $85. Phone 229-8819 Country Club. Dues paid thru
or can be seen at 510 7th St. July. For information call
ltp7-20 229-6418. tfc 6-29


SERIE


Elliott & White Roofing
We specialize in re-roofing. All
types roof and roofing repair
work. Free Estimates. Larry
Elliott at 227-1470 or Lonnie
White, 227-1880. 4tc 6-29

SEWER & DRAIN
CLEANING
Free Estimate
Call anytime 24 hr. Service
227-1880
4tp 7-13

All types yard work per-
formed. Call 229-6327.
4tc 6-15


The Cool-Sealing of a
home roof is a necess
protect your home fro
leaks and rot caused by
wind and heat. A pr
applied coat of Cool-Se.
also serve to insulate
home and reduce the hig
of air-conditioning. So,
wait until the brown
appear on your ceiling
Seal NOW.
For Free Estimate
Call 229-8372


Painting & Remodel
Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates
Phone 648-5204
tfc 1

LEWIS FLOOR CLEAI
All Types
229-6482 or 229-6441
t


Lawn & Gardening Needs
Feed Lawn Mower &
Small Engine Repairs
Economy Motors &
Garden Center
301 Hwy. 98 H.V.
229-6001
tfc 4-2A


BILL'S CAR CRUSHER
will buv your old car.
Phone 227-1654
for information.
24 kmar
Also
Offering:
tp 7-14 WINO
5~2tp 7-14 *IUWVc


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

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

FILL DIRT
Froht End Loader
Backhoe Work
C. R. SMITH & SON
229-6018
tfc 3-31


mobile
mobile t Complete Wood Shop
ity to Custom Cut Lumber
m the Want to Do It Yourself?
Srain, Then come see us for Stan-
peral will ley tools, hardware, paneling,
yo paint, lumber.
ycosu Earley's Hardware &
don't Building Supply
don Hwyt98W. .227-1763
spots tfc 8-5
Cool-
REPAIRS
e Aluminum screens and doors,
carpentry, house repair, mill-
8 work, roof repair and re-roof-
ing ing.
SMITH & SON WORKSHOP
Phone 229-6018
Port St. Joe tfc 7-22


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


2-8

NING

tfc 9-20
tfc 9-20


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

Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc 2-2

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


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Hove Cable TV? i
Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete

For Cable TV lneof
stoiation_,n rtS. Joe Fishing Tackle

Phone 229-7232 Hurlbut Supply
Or Visit the Telephone Company
Business Office 306 Reid Ave.


8' x 20' house boat, sleeps 4.
Call 229-6788. 2tp 7-13

3-ton air conditioner, very
good condition. $700 cash. Call
Cubie Laird, Wewa, 639-2629.
4tp 6-29

24' x 44' double-wide mobile
home, partially furnished,
$7,000. Call 229-6490 after 4
p.m. tfc 6-1

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


FOR STANLEY HOME
PRODUCTS
Call Betty Gilbert


648-5047


Custom-made wo
plaques, for mail b
gates, door posts,
my Motors & Gard
301 Hwy. 98, HV,
New and used l
for sale. Lawn m
and garden tractor
Economy Motors
Center, 301 Hwy
229-6001.

CB Radios, John
Surveyor, antenna
tions, terms avail
ern Auto.

TRAMPOLINES
6 FT. x 10 FT. O
We deliver and
Terms available.
AUTO, 219 Reid Av



_ Personalized N
Quote Serv
On any American
car or pick-up t
factory retail cos
next new car befo
Could save you n
CALL
BEACH AUTO
648-8236



Avion camping I


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.

3 bedroom frame house in
Oak Grove, located on Iola St.,
price reasonable. Call 229-6500
days or 227-1281 nights.
tfc 7-20






Will do baby-sitting in my
home. 510 7th St. Bunny Mil-
ler, 229-8819. .tp 7-20


tfc 7-15 R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
Stion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
wooden name 56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
boxes, front days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
etc. Econo- panions welcome.
den Center, E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
229-6001. E. Williahm McFarland, S&c.
awnmowers
owners, tills There will be a regular com-
rs repaired, munication of Port St. Joe
& Garden Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
y. 98, HV. every first and third Thursday
tfc 4-28 at 8:00p.m.
J. J. PIPPIN, W.M.
ison, Craig, F. E. Brogdon, Sec.
s, base sta-
able. West- Pub i
tfc 3-4Public

SIN STOCK Notices
R ROUND.
assemble. FICTITIOUS NAME '
WESTERN Notice is hereby given tdqt
ve. 227-1105. pursuant to Section 865.09,
tfc-4-6 Florida Statutes, the undt-
signed persons intend to regO-
ter with the Clerk of the Cir-
lew.Car cuit Court, Gulf County, Flor-
vice ida, four weeks after IheWTiyst
-madenew publication of this notice, te
ruck. Get fictitious name or trade name
st on your under which they will be 0h-
ire buying. gaged in business and in which
noney. said business is to be carried
on, to-wit:
SALES Name of Business, Stephens
SVault and Monument C6.;
8tc 6-1 Location of Business, 412 Moh-
ument Ave.; Owner, Charles
H. Stephens; phone 227-1622 or
trailer. Can 229-8032.


be seen at Presnell's Fish
Camp, Simmon's Bayou.
Phone 227-1821. 3tp 7-13

WAKULLA PORTABLE
BUILDING SALE
Complete line of utility
houses and green houses.
Custom buildings, insulated
& panelled.
Located at intersection of
U. S. 319 & 98 at Medart
Office- 926-3606
or 984-5218 Home
Mae Jones, Owner,
Operator





For Rent: Nice shady lot on
Columbus St., St. Joe Beach,
for mobile home parking. Call
229-8000 after 5 p.m. $40
month. tfc 7-20

Living room, bedroom, kit-
chen, bath & breakfast nook,
adult only. 227-1352. tfc 7-6

A one bedroom house in
town, furnished. Call 648-5144.
tfc 6-29


1 furnished beach cottage
for rent. Call 648-5144. tfc 6-29

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

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


4t7-20

NOTICE -
Sealed bids are being ac-
cepted at Florida First N-a-
tional Bank at Port St. Joe on
a 1974 Fiat. For information,
call Mrs. Burch at 229-82821
2t 7-20

NOTICE
The town of Mexico Beachis
accepting applications forv a.
sanitation worker. Wages are
$3.25 per hour. Must have
valid Florida Chauffeur's li-
cense. Applications may be
filed at Mexico Beach Town
Hall, P.O. Box 13425, Mexieo
Beach, FL.


The Hospital Auxiliary sin-
cerely thanks the following
people for their generous do-
nations. We are deeply grate-
ful for their kindness in shir- -
ing with the auxiliary. For te
many who' have donated
Whose names were not listed
in the gift book, we extend
special thanks to:
Mrs. Betty Gilbert, Mr. a4d
Mrs. Tom E.Parker, Jr., Mis.
B.W. Wilder, Mrs. Kenneth
Bateman, Mrs. Mary Daugh-
try, Mrs. Grace Myers, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernie Gorham, Ir.
and Mrs. R.E. Simon, Mis.
Marie Davis, Mrs. Emmile
Joines, Mrs. Mary Elliott,
Mrs. Elsie Lull, Mrs. Ida
Copenhaver, Mrs. Betty Flefi-
ing, Mrs. Fannie Clemeit,
Mrs. Mary Alice Lyons, Mis.
Lisa Given and Mrs. Luveite
lamsey.
We extend an invitation:to
everyone to stop by the Hospi-
tality Shop at the hospital. We
will be happy to see' you.
CARD OF THANKS
We are deeply appreciate.
of th any expressions of
love ana concern on the behalf
of our husband and father,
James Otis Ogle. The support
of our friends and neighbors
has been a source of inner
strength needed when we
faced difficult times, ::
Mrs. Louise Ogle
Eloise Harper
Buddy Ogle


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


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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978


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

YOUR
7aii PHARMACY

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




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',Jn Malaya, it was considered
'.bad luck to bring, limes into
minnes.
".V


Port St. Joe Man


Now Officer In


Champion Co.


Ronald E. Blackman has
been named executive vice
president of The Anderson
Company of Gary, Ind., R.A.
Stranahan, Jr., president and
chairman of the board of
Champion Spark Plug Com-
pany, has announced.
The Anderson. Company, a
leading manufacturer of wind-
shield wiper blades, was pur-
chased by Champion in May.
Mr. Blackman has been

From Page 1 -


City
recommendation, the City
water department will pump
the well themselves for a
period of several months to
see if the sanding condition
persists or clears up. There is
some speculation the sand is
present because the well has
been standing idle for such a
long period of time.
The well is designed to pro-
duce 500 gallons per minute.
The testing was done at a-rate
of 700 gallons per minute with
surges applied.


managing director of Arman,
A.p.a., of Turin, Italy, since
February, 1977 when Cham-
pion purchased Arman, also a
manufacturer of- windshield
wiper blades and arms.
A native of Port St. Joe, Mr..
Blackman joined Champion in
1956 as' an aviation sales
representative in Atlanta. He
came to Toledo in 1973 as
supervisor of aviation sales.
In 1974, he wag named general
manager of Toledo Metal Fur-
niture Company, when it was
purchased by Champion. He
was appointed to the position
with Arman following the sale
of the furniture firm in 1976.
Mr. Blackman formerly was
with Eastern Airlines main-
tenance and engineering in
Miami for 10 years. He' at-
tended East.Oregon College in
LaGrande, Ore., and Embry-
Riddle Aeronautical Institute.,
in Miami.
The Anderson Company has
manufacturing- facilities in
Gary and Valparaiso, Indiana,
another in Canada, and joint
ventures in Belgium, Brazil,
and Mexic6. It produces the
"Anco" brand of windshield
wiper..


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Hot weather sending people to local beaches in large numbers


Bible Notes


TOURNAMENT TEAM-Dixie Youth baseball team
S representing Port St. Joe in the Sub-District tournament in
::Marianna this week. are shown above. Front row, left to
right: David Bearden, Gary Dunigan, Mitch Bouington.
; Middle riow, Jimmy Walding, Tim Dawson, John Henry


Port St. Joe's Dixie Youth
tournament team is now sit-
ting in the catbird's seat in the
sub-district tournament with
two wins and no losses, up to
last night.


Alcohol

iCauses

Fatalities
Alcohol was the leading
contributing circumstance
for fatal traffic crashes in
1i77 said the Florida High-
way Patrol recently.
S-ecords show that drivers
had been drinking in 529
fatal crashes with careless
driving being the second
leading cause.
The leading contributing
circumstance in crashes
with only injuries was care-
less driving. Careless driv-
S ing also was the leading
cause in all crashes with-
failure to yield the right-of-
way second.
There were 284,965 crashes
overall, with 1,852 fatal' an-
101,528 with nonfatal inju-
ries.
S The previous year, 1976,
had 270,659 crashes with
1,762 fatal and 95,661 with
nonfatal injuries.
Registered ver' in-
creased over sin. .... Jred
thousand to 7,845,529 from
1976 to 1977.
Patrol Director Colonel
Eldrige Beach said,' "Even.
with the increase, in vehi-
cles, there is still room for
them all on our highways if
drivers would only drive
: sensibly."


Monday night, the team
played Chattahoochee at 8:00
p.m., and won behind the
pitching of David' Pace by a
score of 6-2.
This win advanced them to
the semi-finals Tuesday night
and a chance at Blountstown.
Bo Burke hurled an 11-4 win to


C .'- C .- '


Roberlson, Chris Butts,. Michael Quinn, Kyle Pippin and,
Tony Beard. Third row, Coach Dunigan, Michael Walding,
Josh Jenkins, David Pace, Frankie Browne, II, Brad Bowen,
Larry Williams, Mitch Burke, Lee McMillian and Coach
Walding. -Star photo


put the local team in good
position for the remainder of
the play-offs.
Tonight, at 8:00 p.m., Port
St. Joe will meet the winner of
the Marianna Blountstown
game to see who represents
the sub-district in Donalson-'
ville, Georgia.


Key Word: Forgiveness Given
Matthew 5:38-39, "Y'ou have
heard that it was said, 'AN
EYE FOR AN EYE, AND A
TOOTH FOR A TOOTH.' But I
say to you, do not resist him
who is evil; but whoever slaps
you on the right cheek, turn to
him the other also."
Luke 6:29, "Whoever hits
you on the cheek, offer him the
other also; and whoever takes
away your coat, do not with-
hold your shirt from him
either.":
Matthew 18:21-22, "Then
Peter came and said to Him;
'Lord, 'how often shall my
brother sin against me and I
forgive him? Up to seven
times?' Jesus said to him, 'I
do not say to you,'up to seven
times, but up to seventy :times
seven.' "
We have all heard it said
(and maybe each of us has
said it) that if I allow someone
to hit me once on each side of
my face then I may turn and


First

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

Welcome to Everyone


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beat this person really bad.
I'm afraid our interpretation
of this familiar passage has
been in error just as Peter the
Apostle was. If you read these
three passages with spiritual
eyes and compare the exam-
ple of Jesus' life as to how we
are to handle forgiveness, you
will find no place to put your
unforgiving and antagonistic
attitude.
Forgiveness in the Chris-
tians life must be constant
and consistent. At home, at
work (yes, at work), at play,
everywhere. Think on it. I
know your spirit will be made
alive through forgiving your
fellow man.


Help!

Cabinet Experience Needed

in Port St. Joe

FORMICA EXPERIENCE PREFERRED

Call after 6

229-6207
D'O#We*rs,ssesseess9esNMt#Ms99sesee*B


The system of using fjnger-
prints for identification was 1_"_,__. .I -'_ I -!__
started 'by William Herschel
of the Indian Civil Service St.Joe KellyGoodman-Own
in 1858, at' Jungipur, India. V 1B.L-I U" RU




ESTATE SALE

The Personal'Representative of the
Estate of Boyd Borders of Wewahitchka, Florida,
announces a closed bid sale of the alcoholic beverage
license and real property of the Estate, as follows:

1. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE- Currently a 3DPS
License which can be increased to an 8COP License for
use anywhere in Gulf County.
2. Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11, in Block 11, Gulf County Land Com-
pany Subdivision, Gulf Cointy, Florida.
3. Approximately one (1) acre on the Chipola River as des-
Scribed in Official Records Book 9, page 313 of the Public
Records of Gulf County, Florida.
4. Border's Home and approximately one (1) acre in the City
of Wewahitchka, Section 25, Township 4 South, Range 10
West, reflected in Deed Book 17 at page 196 of the Public
Records of Gulf County, Florida.
BID INSTRUCTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
A. Each bid must contain a description sufficiently clear to
designate the specific property bid on and contain the name, address
and telephone number of the individual bidder.
B. The successful bidder will be responsible for paying the
appropriate Deed Stamps and taxes on any parcel purchase and for
paying the real property taxes for the entire year of 1978.
C. The real property is sold, as is.
D.. The successful bidder on each parcel must deposit
twenty-five (25 Pet.) per cent of the total amount bid with the
Personal Representative upon notification by the Personal Represen-
tative that the individual is the successful bidder.
The balance of the amount bid will be due and payable the
Personal Representative within three (3) days after the approval and
confirmation of the sale by the Circuit Court.
E. The successful bidder for the Alcoholic Beverage License
must be prepared to pay the entire amount bid upon notification that
the individual is the successful bidder. The successful bidder will be
entirely responsible for obtaining the appropriate approval from the
Division of Beverage.

All bids must be forwarded to the Estate of Boyd Borders,
c/o P. 0. Box 248, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before Friday, July 28, 1978. Any questions conceing any
of the property should be directed to the same address.


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A Layman's View


BY: BILLY NORRIS


Port St. Joe Team Is


:Winning In Tourney


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No Dealers


Port St. Joe,
Florida'



We Reserve
Limit Riahts


510 Fifth Street


Cigarettes Excluded from Limit Deals


C


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32 Oz. Jug
Del Monte'

1Catsup
Limit 1 with $7.50 or
more Food Order


I


Specials for


July


20 through 25


Choice$148
Sirloins Lb. $198 Top Round Lb.
Choice Choice
Rib Eyes Lb. 288 Sirloin Tip $1?
Choice Choice
T-Bones Lb. 25 Eye-O-Round 178


!LII


No. 303 Cans
Del Monte,
French Stje T/
Green

Beans


C


Limit 4 with
$7.50 or more


Frying Chicken
Quartered
Frying Chicken
Quartered
Choice Beef


Cubed Steak


Big Rolls Delta
Paper


3


Towels -
Limit 3 with $7.50 or more Food Order
.


Lb. Bryan
Thighs 55 BOLOGNA
Lb. C Bryan 12 Oz. Pkg.
Breast 69 Sliced BACON


Lb. $178
Lb. 1


Pound79
$119


Bryan 12 Oz.
All Meat Franks 88

Dair od


Dixie Home Borden's 1/2 Gal.
Pot Pies 4/99C Buttermilk 99


Country Farm 12 Oz.
Lemonade Concentrate
Pet Ritz
Pie Shells


2/99'
2/99C


Mazola 28 Oz. Cup
Diet Margarine


Delicious
Borden


Yogurt


Fine Fare
Fabric Softener Sheets


29 Oz. Cans
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PAGE TEN


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THL'RSDAY, JL'LY 20, 1978


Several Open Air


Concerts In Schedule


There s only one of 'em like
'itin the world, and it's coming
St Apalachicola. Its name it
:.Point Counterpoint II, and it's
a floating center for the arts
Floating home of the Amer
ican Wind Symphony Orches
t ra of Pittsburgh, Pennsylva
.nia, Point Counterpoint II, is
indeed a unique vessel. It was
,designed especially for the
.orchestra by the renowned
:. architect, Louis I1. Kahn, tC
provide a stage for outdoor
Orchestra concerts, plus serve
asa center for other art forms
as well. Even though the
orchestra is in its 22nd year
,.the floating arts center is only
two years old, being built for
S the :Bicentennial.
Point Counterpoint II is
bringing its floating arts
center to the Apalachicola
area August 23-27. While
here the niusic artists will
S present several riini-con-
c erts and a giant concert on
the floating stage at Bat-


Fla. Bank

Subsidary

SOrganized

The formation of a new
wholly owned subsidiary
corporation of Florida Natio
Snal Banks of Florida, Inc. has
Seen announced by John H
Manry, Jr., .President ant
Chief Executive Officer of the
$1.7 billion bank holding com
'.pany. This move by Florida
'National is in keeping with the
Company's aggressive growth
plans.
The new corporation, Flor
Sida National Credit Corpora
Stion initially will handle indus
Trial leasing and financing ir
Florida, Georgia, South Carol
ina and North Carolina. A
sales office is expected to be
opened in Charlotte, N.C. this
year.
James R. Meetze, who joins
Florida "National with exten
sive experience in manage
mentpand administration o
financing and leasing heavy
equipment, will serve as Pres
ident of Florida National Cre
dit Corporation. Most recently
he served as Vice Presiden
and Regional Manager, Asso
ciated Corporation of Norti
America.
Florida National has file
an application with the Fede
ral. Reserve Bank of Atlanta
for prior approval of its nev
subsidiary corporation, to en
gage in industrial leasing and
financing. The application i
now being processed by the
Federal Reserve Bank of At
lanta, and new company ex
pects to be able to begil
business by September 1, 1971
Manry further stated tha
the organization of an indus
trial finance company is ii
.keeping with announced :oh
jectives to offer a full range o
financial services to Florid;
National's customers, and is
very desirable complement t
Sits commitment in retail bank
ing.


e tery Park. Also featured
g will be a tremendous fire-
s works display. During one'
i of their days- during their
stay in this area, a select
group of musicians, from
the troupe will be present-
ing a mini-concert one
s afternoon on the Florida
s First National Bank's
e parking lot here in Port St.
S Joe.
o Point Counterpoint II is a
r multi-faceted arts facility,
e housing a family theatre, gal-
s lery areas, the performing'
S. stage, administrative offices,
Sand living quarters for its,
Y crew. Robert Austin Boud-
rreau, founder and music di-
rector of the American Wind
Symphony is also living on
board with his family during
the 1978 tour. Musicians and
other performers travel by
land, meeting the vessel in
cities on the Ohio, Mississippi,
Kaskaskia, St Croix, Mis-
souri, Arkansas, Chattahoo-
chee, Apalachicola, and Atch-
Saflaya Rivers, plus the Gulf
Coast. .
The vessel houses excellent
examples of contemporary
American and European
crafts from hand made oak
tables.constructed by a Maine
craftsman, to patchwork
quilts from New Mexico.
Paintings, sculpture, cera-
mics and other art forms are
S displayed and used throughout
Sthe vesseL-
S The stage of the vessel
e features a unique seating ar-
-rangement for orchestra..
Members designed by Japan-
Sese sculptor, Yasuhide Ko-
Sbashi. It seats musicians on
pedestals of varying .heights,
Permitting the audience to see
each musician in the arrange-
ment.
Self-propelled, 195 feet long,
and 38 feet wide, the floating
Center for the arts has a 75 foot
e wide stage with a retractable
s acoustical shell, that rises on
hydraulic lifts for perfor-
mances. Cruising speed of the
Vessel is nine knots.
While in town, the floating
Center will be the site of a
Major public concert of the
r American Wind Symphony.
The concert will feature an
entertaining mix of classical,
contemporary, and popular
music suitable for the entire
family, concluding with Han-
S del's "Music for the Royal
Fireworks," with fireworks.
d Also, while the vessel is
-docked here, art and poetry
symposiums, and theatre pre-
v sentations will be held on
-board.


The. .Gulf County School
Board. met, in regular session
on June 7, 1978 with the
following, members present:
Wayloin Graham, Chairman;
Gene Raffield, J.K. Whitfield;
Paul Sewell; Fred Greer..
The Superintendent, Board
Attorney and Director of Ad-
ministrative Affairs were pre-




Pause



In Home



Care

Applications for Rural
Home Care in Calhoun, Gulf:
and Washington Counties have
been withdrawn from further
consideration at this, time by
the applicant, Rural Home
Care of Florida, Inc.
Letters of Intent had been
submitted to the Florida Pan-
handle Health Systems Agen-
cy (FPHSA), and public hear-
ings were conducted by the
FPHSA Panhandle Sub-Dis-
trict during July, in the three
counties, .
Individuals desiring further
information about the appli-
cations and public hearings,
should contact the Panhandle
Sub-District Office, 812 West
llth St., Panama City; Capital
Sub-District Office, 325 John
Knox Road, Sutie 257; Building
L, Tallahassee; or, the North-
west Fl6rida Office, 2260 La-
Vista Avenue, Pensacola.


JOB OPENING
Gulf County Guidance Cli-
nic is accepting applications
for a Fiscal Assistant I.
Position involves maintain-
ing the Clinic's financial and
accounting records. Appli-
cants should possess a High
School diploma, coursework
in bookkeeping or account-
ing, a'd should have at least
three .,years of bookkeeping
or accounting experience.
Salary range is $6,800 to
$8,800 .'Application deadline:
July 24, 1978. Send resume
to: Edwin R. Ailes, Director,
Gulf County. Guidance Clinic,
P.O. Box- 400, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456.
Equal Opportunity Employer


.sent: tary school in grades 1-6. On
The meeting was opened motion and second, this a--.
with the invocation by Gra- amendment was unanimously
ham, and followed by the ,approved.
Pledge of Allegiance. Personnel Matters
On motion and second, the On recommendation of the'
board unanimously approved Superintendent, motion and
the minutes of May 2, 1978 and second, the following person-
May 18, 1978.
HearFrom Public :
Jerry Gaskin met with the
board to ,discuss the Gator' .
Backers' proposal to purchase
bleachers for the Wewahitch-
ka football field. On motion OIC HEREBNOTIC ENa e
ka I bTE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihat the
and second, the board .voted- d.-ER ned F WHITFIELD. de
unanimously to adopi a Reso- sires to engage .n ousine.i under the
lution whereby the board ;.ctieious name o' WHIT'S WOOD-
would be prime obligor in this WORKS 205 .ih jrreet. Highland View,
transaction. 9.Port St. Joe, Florida, in Gulf County.
Larry Mathes requested t Notice is further given thatthe under.
Larry Mathe requested the signed.intends to register such fictitious
use of a school bus to transport name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
students to the.Astrodome. On of such County.
motion and second, all voted DATED June 15th, 1978.'
YES to approve. this request. -s- U. F. Whitfield 4t 6-29
The Pony League is to furnish
their driver and insurance. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
tTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
Work Calendar STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
12 Month Employees GULF COUNTY.
The, Superintendent pre- case No. 78-106
sented a 'work calendar for WILLIE MAE M. GREEN,
Plaintiff,
12-month employees. Orn mo- vs.
tion and second, all voted YES BILLY CHARLES MARTIN, et als.,
to approve this calendar. Co- Defendants.
pies are on file in the Superin- NOTICE OF ACTION
terdent's office. TO: Billy Charles 'Aartin, a'minor, by
Construction atte and through his next friend and
Construction Matters. EULINE MARTIN, Deceased, and
Charles Gaskin, Board Ar- any party who may claim as Heir,
chitect, met with the board to0-. Devisee, Grantee, Assignee, Lien-
discuss county-wide construe- or, Creditor,Trustee, or other
tion matters. Items discussed Claimant byhthrough, under or
wr against EULINE MARTIN or her "
were leaks in buildings coun- Estate, and all parties having or
ty-wide, doors at Auto Mecha- : claiming to have any right, title or
nics Shop at Port St. Joe High' interest in the following described
School, roof on coliseum at property, to-wit: Lot 21 in Block
Port St. Joe High School, air'' 1010 of Millview Addition to City of
Port St. Joe, Gulf 'County, Florida
conditioning system at Wewa- YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby
hitchka High- School Gym. notified that an action for damages and
Program Matters alternatively, to foreclose a lien on the
Harrell Holloway, Director? following real property in Gulf County,
of Administrative Affairs, pre- "FFlorids
Lol Twenty one (21) in Block 1010,
sented the proposed summer or ,,,,, ew Aadition to city of Port
vocational conference plans. si Joe Gull County, Florida
On motion and second, the. nas ,en ,.co against you and you are
board voted unanimously to requ.rna io er,.e alcopy of your written
phase out the veterans' co- defetises if any, to it, on:
ROBERT f4.-MOORE. ESQ.,
operative program at the end R P. .O Box 248
of the first semester unless Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
more members seek the pro- Plaintiff's Attorney, on or before the'27th
gram. day of July; 1978, and file the original
Guidance Clinic Contract with the Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf
CountyI Florida, either before service on
On recommendation of the Pla..,,,."' Attorney or immediately
Superintendent, motion and& ine,,aiter otherwise, a Default will be
second all 'voted YES to' entered against you for the relief
approve the Gulf;County Guid-.' demanded in the Complaint.
ance Clinic contract for the' WITNESS my hand and seal of this
I.Court on this the 23rd day of June, 1978.
1978-79 school year. G EORGE Y CORE
Title I Program Clerk of Circuit Court,
The Superintendent re- By: Joni D. Shores, Deputy Clerk
commended an amendment to. 4t 6.29
the ESEA Title I Program to:
expand the reading 'and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
mathematics in all elemen-, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA'


I


nel matters were approved:
County Office: Dorothy
Craig, Secretary to Superin-
tendent; Ruby Sanders, Fiscal
Clerk: Cora Robinson, Payroll'
Clerk: Juanita Cross, Pur-
chasing Clerk; Dorothy Lea-
vins, Secretary to Director of
Administrative Affairs; Sue
Jones. Secretary to School
Food Service Coordinator:
Joan McCroan. Property Re-
cords.
Wewahitchka High School:
Clayton Wooten, Principal,
Sue Mathes. Larue Huddle-
ston. Barbara Eubanks, Mary
Ann Bass, Mary Bryant,
Teacher Aides: Thomas R.
Smith. Band Director, Pat
Stripling. Secretary.
Career Education Office:
Betty Lewis. Secretary: Eliz-
abeth Dawn Anchors, Counse-
lor Coordinator for CETA
summer program.
Adult School:. Donna Wal-
ker, Secretary; Mary McIn-
nis. Secretary.
Summer Remediation Pro-'
gram: Charles Osborne, Ca-
therine Ramsey, Alice Ma-
chen. Al Millergren, Patsy
Lister. Sara Joe Wooten,
Madge Semmes, Martha La-
nier, Betty Husband, Patsy
.McDaniel, Mae Murphy, Clau-
dice Baxley, Cindy Traylor,
Veronica Carter, Betty Gai-
nous, Betty Holloway, Carolyn
Lister, Larue Huddleston, Syl-
via Costin, Betty Herring,
Ruth Phillips, Betty Anchors,
Virginia Blick, Madeline
Wynn, Lula Wilson, Mary
Hendrix; Helen Ramsey, Deb-
bie Lollie, Eula Dickey, Sarah
Kemp, Dorothy Jones, Caro-
lyn Hardy, Lorine Kennedy,
Debbie Hartley and Debra
Wood.
Port St. Joe High School:
accept resignation of Charles
Reynolds; accept resignation
of Connie Kirkland; appoint
Betty Bouington Bookkeeper;
Jean Stebel, Administrative
Aide; Virginia Smith, Library
Aide; Brenda Wood, Guidance
Aide; Allie Padgett, Jean
Thompson, Jody Herring,
Daisy Pittman as CETA
Aides.
Gulf County Recreation' De-
partment: accept resignation
of Kathy Craig.
Bus Drivers: Jeanette Ant-
ley, Jancie Brownell, Betty
Curlee, Betty Fain, Mae Ella
Gant, James McGee, Marion
Mims, Jo O'Barr, Hazel Par-
ker, Daisy Pittman, Clotel
Washington, Shirley Williams,
Betty Cleckley, Anriie Hall,
George Cooper, Elmer Hall,
Sondra Dickens, 'O.C. Wil-
liams, and Phyllis Gortman.


FIRST BAPTIST


CHURCH

Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
STANLEY E. YOUNG, Minister of Music'& Youth

SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 11:.00-A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ........::........ 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesdayl .... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"


- Public Notices -


IN RE: The Estate of
DAPHNE W. DAVIS, deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATED FOREIGN
WILL BEING ADMITTED TO RECORD
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the Circuit
Court-in and for Gulf County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
P. 0, Box 968, Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, entered an
Order on June 29, 1978, in File Number
78.16, admitting an authenticated copy of
the Last Will of Daphne W. Davis, late of
Houston County, State of Alabama, such
Will having duly been admitted to Pro.
'bate and Record in the Probate Court, in
and for the County of Houston, Alabama.
the personal representative of the
estate is John H. Davis, Jr., whose
address is 1404 Tacoma Street, Dothan,
Alabama 36303. The name and address
of the personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or his
agent or attorney and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due, the
date when it will become due shall be
stated. If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the Clerk to enable
the Clerk to mail one copy to the
personal representative.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Publication of this notice has begun.
Date of the first publication of this notice
of administration: July 13, 1978.
.s. John H. Davis, Jr.,
Personal Representative of the Estate of
Daphne W. Davis, deceased.
-s- J. Ronald Storey,
Fla. Bar No. 169750, Attorney for
Personal Representative .
105 N. Foster Street, P.O. Box 6567
Dothan, Alabama 36302
2t 7.13
WATER TREATMENT PLANT
IMPROVEMENTS
S&G PROJECT No. 6713.08-02
PORT ST. JOE, FLOOR IDA
July 7, 1978
DIVISION "A"
BID NO. 243
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Separale sealed B DSl i'r te calostru
'.on 01 Water Trealmenl Plar, Improve
ments, .Project No. 6713.08-02, will :be
received by the City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, at the office
of the City Auditor and Clerk, City Hall,
until 2:00 p.m., EDST, August 15, 1978,
and then at said office publicly opened
and read aloud.
The scope of work consists of furnish-
ing all labor, equipment, materials and
incidentals and performing all work
necessary to construct modifications
and additions to the City of Port St. Joe's
Water Treatment Plant. The work Shall
include, but is not limited to, the
following:
Construct all modifications and addi-
tions to convert the existing Port St. Joe
water plant to a 2 m.g.d. lime softening
water plant. Work shall-include, but not
be limited to, the following: three raw
water turbine well. pumps, raw water
main, aerators, chemical reaction unit
and clarifier, recarbonation basins,
conversion of-existing sand filters t9
high rate dual media filters and filter
control modifications, filter backwash
pump, high service pump, finished
,water turbine meter, washwater and.
sludge holding basin and sludge and
recycle pumps, slude transfer line, lime
storage and feed equipment, carbon
dioxide storage and feed equipment,
chlorine handling and feed facilities,
required valves, piping and appurte.
nances, standby generator and all
electrical modifications and additions,
sitework, earthwork, paving, 6 and 8
inch water meters and vaults, and other
alpurtenances, specials and related
work, complete, tested and ready for
operation.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, con.
sisting of Advertisement for Bids, In.
formation for Bidders, BID, BID Bond,
Agreement, GENERAL CONDITIONS,
SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDI.
TIONS, SPECIAL PROVISIONS, Pay-
ment Bond, Performance Bond,
NOTICE OF AWARD, NOTICE TO
PROCEED, CHANGE ORDER, DRAW-
INGS, SPECIFICATIONS and AD-
DENDA, may be examined at the
following locations:
Office of the City Auditor and Clerk,
City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida,or at
the office of Smith and Gillespie


Engineers, Inc., 123 East Forsyth
Stre.i P.O. Box.63138; Jacksonville,
Floria -
Cope of:'the CONTRACT DOCU2
MEN TS may beobtained at the office of
' Smith and dillespie Engineers, Inc.,
located at P. O. Box 53138, Jacksonville,
Florida 32201, upon payment of $52.00 for
each set which includes $2.00 Florida
State Sales Tax. This payment will not
be refunded.'
Only complete sets of plans and
specifications will be distributed. Bids
must be accompanied by, a certified
check or bid bond in an amount not less
than 5 percent of the bid.
The bidder is advised that this project
is to be financed by a loan from the
Farmers Home Administration, U. S.
Department of Agriculture; financing
arrangements have not been completed.
Therefore no bid may be withdrawn for a
period of 60 days after the scheduled
closing time for the receipt of bids.
The Owner reserves the right to reject
any or all bids and to waive informali-
ties.
The bidder must have a current
registration issued by.the Florida Con-
struction Industry Licensing Board. ,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
By: -s- Michael J. Wright,
City Auditor and Clerk 217-13
NOTICE OF
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, Gable
Construction Company; loca-
tion of business, 312 Madison
St., Oak Grove, Port St. Joe,
Florida: owner, Wayne Gable.
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BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friends

SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 11:00.A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

Nursery Provided


Mechanics: Clenton Brow-
nell, Morris Shavers, and.
Raymond Mathis.
County Wide: Eileen Hinch-
liffe, Helen Ramsey, Sara
Fite, Cindy Brown,Ann Sher-
ry Herring.
Highland View Elementary
School: Marie Anchors, Lois
Miller, Martha Roberts, De-
bra Wood,, Lou Eaker, Essie
Hall, Agnes Cumbie, Sandra
Brock, Darlene Linton, Deb-
bie Kearns, transfer Frances
Shores to Port St. Joe High
School.
Port St. Joe Elementary
School: Juanita Powell, Te-
resa Johnson, Helen Kilbourn,
Veralyn Lewter, Flora Mad-
dox, Pam Jones, Dorothy
Jones, Lorine Kennedy, Deb-
bie Lollie, Sara Kemp, Ann
Hardy, Eula Dickey, Rita
Osborne, Debra Nelson, Jew-
erline Farmer, Hazel Sim-
mons.
Custodial: Viola Kemp, San-
dra Brock, Franklin Fillmore,
Ada Dozier, Darlene Linton,
Joyce Isaacks, Bertha Tho-
mas, Tercie Causey, Stella
Norris, Cathy Causey, Doris
Tullis, E.L. Fleming, Olivia
Moore, Eloise Henderson,
Gladys McArdle, Gordon Al-
ford. Josephine Fraizer, Bes-
sie Willis, Marie Barfield,
Lucille Fleming, Queen Pitt-
man, Christine-Worley, Alma
Bryant, Elaine Isaacks.
Maintenance: Leroy Cau-
sey, Leonard Alexander, Ben-
jamin Isaacks, Lester Gort-
man, Dale Addison, Leroy
Gathers, Bobby King, appoint
Tercie Causey as Head Custo-
dian at Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School.
Bus Driver, Gulf Coast
Community College: appoint
Walter K. Johnson as bus


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driver of the Gulf Coast Com-
munity College bus for the
summer session.
Bid Matters
The board received bids on a
time deposit in the 'amount of
$300,000.00 for (30) days. On
motion and second, the board
unanimously approved the
highest and best bid of the
Wewahitchka State Bank.
Copies of bids are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
Student Matters
On motion and second, all
voted YES to grant the re-
quest of Betty Gilbert that her
child attend Port St. Joe
Elementary School; and grant
request of Brenda Moulder
that her child attend the
kindergarten at Port St. Joe
Elementary. School.
Summer Food Service
The board announced a
,'summer food service program
for those students under 18
and attending the summer
educational program. There
will be no charge to the
students.
Superintendent's Report.
SMust earmark monies for
repairs to leaks in buildings
within system.
On motion and second, the
board unanimously approved
the summer lunchroom wor-
kers.
On motion and second, the
board directed the Superin-
tendent to investigate the
possibility of handling the
Senior Citizens' Lunch Pro-
gram.
On motion and second, all
voted YES to approve the
plans for renovating Port St.
Joe Elementary School.
Payment of Bills
To be in official minute
book.




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