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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1979
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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Industry - Deep Water Port -- Fine People - Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE,.FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


County Taking Bids for




Three Road Paving Jobs


Howard Creek Road Largest Project


the road.
The second project would be
resurfacing of Niles Road and
several streets in Oak Grove,
all of which were cut up by
installation of water and sew-
er services last year.
The third project would be
reconstruction of Monica
Drive and Brent Circle in
Ward Ridge.,
Bids on the three projects
will be received by the Comn-


mission at their next meeting,
Tuesday, June 12.
BOND ISSUE
Also, at the meeting last
Thursday, the Board decided
to hold public - hearings on
June 12 in preparation to
making a bond issue for $2
million, plus, to resurface or
pave virtually every street
and road in the county which
needs work or is on their
paving~list.
The bonding will be done,
using funds coming to the
county each year from the


In a special meeting last
Thursday evening, the County
Commission agreed to send
out a call for bids for
contractors: to perform three
paving projects in the County
under the Secondary Road
Paving fund
,4 Projects outlined in the bid
.- vould ask for bids to re-sur-
face C-387, the Howard Creek
Road, from Its intersection
with Highway 71 to the end of


state as part of the gasoline
tax money the county now
receives for paving purposes.
According to Commission
chairman Billy Branch, 'the
county has been contemplat-
ing such a bond issue for
several weeks, now, and it
appears as if the Board will go
ahead with their plan. "We
have received no opposition to
the plan and the bonding,
program would catch us up in
our road paving program if it
goes through". Branch felt the
plan would be formally ap-
proved at the June 12 meeting.


DUDLEY HALL


T. D. HALL


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Hall Br others In


Christian Conference


Cherry Is Ruled



Guilty of Assault


After three days of trial, a
jury of five men. and one
woman ruled that Woodrow
Ray Cherry was guilty 'of
aggravated assault with a
firearm. Judge Larry A. Bodi-
ford then ordered a pre-
sentence investigation before
pronouncing. sentence against
Cherry.
The Court took evidence in
the matter for three days
before going to the jury for the
verdict.


Cherry had been charged
with attempted murder after
allegedly firing a shotgun at
Port St. Joe High School
principal Edwin Williams in
December of last year. The
shooting occurred after Wil-
liams had ejected Cherry
from a high school basketball
game.
The shot was fired at
Williams, hitting him in the
upper back, as he returned
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George Tapper, Amy Tapper and Bill Lyles


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Tapper Given First 'Paul Harris Fellow'

George Tapper became the first member of the Port St. friendly relations between peoples of the world."
Joe Rotary' Club to be made a "Paul Harris Fellow" last A part of the program, sponsored by Rotary
Thursday night. Tapper's award was presented.to him, in a International pays tuition and expenses for a deserving
surprise ceremony, by Rotary president Bill Lyles. student to study abroad for a year.
The Paul Harris Fellowship is the highest award which Tapper, one of three remaining charter members of the
The Paul Harris Fellowship is he highest award which local club, was presented the award at the annual Ladies
can be received by a Rotarian. Night celebration, which was held at the Country Club.
The award is presented in the name of a club which has Tapper has been very active in the club and in civic and
made at least a $1,000 donation to Rotary International for governmental matters here in Port St. Joe and Gulf County
parace m aULipnfinn dId wnrld diU diUs4pLauin Thp. di j fnr th aLeaL he h s livedhere.


progressineducationan wor un ersta
n ng. eawar s
engraved with the legend: "Rotary Foundation of Rotary
International, in appreciation of tangible and significant
assistance given for furtherance of better understanding arid


tUr i lmany H years j ine na IV tea e.
The expression on Tapper's face shows that he was taken
by complete surprise and the look on the face of his wife
shows she is tickled pink with the award.


w illeHa ad . Hall seven p.m. at the Long Avenue ..
will be the conference speak- Baptist hurc
ers at the Christian Life Con- Dudley Hall 'is also an
ference to be held June 3 author, evangelist and Bible
through 6 at the First Baptist teacher, and president of Suc- United States District Court The' Board h
Church and the Long Avenue cessful Christian Living Mini- JUge Winston E. Arnow ruled voted, unanim
JudgeWinston E. Arnow ruled voted, unanimc
Baptist Church. stories. He can be heardeach for the Municipal Hospital and therecommend
Dudley is a graduate of morning over WJOE at 9:30, ts theoard of Directors late last hoc medical e
Samford .University and in "Divine Solutions to Daily its Board of Di decision plate last hoc mittees to re
Southwestern Baptist Theo- Problems." week in a decision placec4 mittees to rer
Southwestern Baptist Theo- Problems." before his court by Dr.Anila nai's privilege
logical; Seminary in Fort T. D. Hall is executive beforehs court by Dr.-Anila nai's privileges
Worth, Tex. T. D. Hall is also a director of the James Robi- Poonai and her attorneys. Dr. Several exte
graduate of the same univer- son Evangelistic Association Poonai had requested an order by the B
sities. . and a partner in the Success- injunction be issued against tors was made
Morning services will be ful Christian Living Minis- the Hospital, and its Board, on her request
held at 10 a.m. at the First tries with his brother Dudley. preventing them from remov- tion was rend
Baptist Church and the even- An invitation is extended to ing her privileges to practice Board failed to
ing services will' be held at all. medicine in the local hospital. 15 deadline wi


udge Turns Down Injunction


iad previously
ously to accept
nation of two ad
examining com-
move Dr. Poo-

unsions of the
Board of Direc-
until a decision
for the injunc-
tered, but the
renew an April
th another ex-


tension of privileges. The
ruling by Judge Arnow agreed
with the Hospital Board and
failed to overturn their deci-
sion at the request of Dr.
Poonai.
JUDGMENT
Judge Arnow's decision
read, in part: "Review of the
decision of the governing
board of the hospital is
limited, and, in medical mat-
ters, the 'court should not


substitute its judgment for
that of the doctors involved...
The issue is not whether the
agency arrived at the proper
conclusion on the basis of
conflicting evidence, but whe-
ther it acted arbitrarily and
without regard to the facts."
Judge Arnow went on to say,
"judicial intervention . . .
has gone no further than to
require that the procedures
employed by the hospital are


fair, that the standards set by
the hospital are reasonable,
and that they have been
applied without arbitrariness
and capriciousness."
DUE PROCESS
Judge Arnow noted in his
decision that the plaintiff (Dr.
Poonai) had been afforded
opportunity to appear and be
heard and that she had not
shown where any due process
had been violated.


Summing up Dr. Poonai's
claim (one. of several) that
due process had been denied
her, he stated, "no basis for
finding of due process viola-
tion" was shown.
The Judge stated the "plain-
tiff was not treated arbitrarily
or unfairly in this respect."
Judge Arnow's ruling noted
that the evidence presented
was done in the proper man-
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Express Thought at Graduation


Seniors Feel They're Blessed


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Seniors solemnly listen to the graduation program, awaiting their diploma.


Gulf County ;Superintendent of
Schools Walter Wilder presented high
school diplomas to 119 seniors in
exercises Monday night in the High
school Coliseum. '
In their traditional remarks to the
,viewing audience of friends and
adoring parents, the honor graduates
expressed the thought that the gradu-
ating seniors felt they were blessed
with what they had received in this
portion of their life and that they
wished to be a blessing to others as
time goes by.
In developing the theme, "The
Beatitudes", nine of the 11 high
honor graduates, expressed such
thoughts as: "selfish is negative ... a
new way of life faces us which
provides many opportunities .. . we
must utilize our abilities .. . mercy is
kindness in action ... I know what I
want even if I don't attain it I tried my
hardest . . . Peace comes through
wisdom, cooperation, negotiation ...
Our nation is founded on strength of
religious beliefs. Foundations crum-
ble due to moral and religious decay..
. society presses to conform, but we
must dare to be different and have
courage and strength to withstand
persecution."
The Seniors solemnly marched into
the auditorium to the strains of
"Pomp and Circumstance" and joy-
fully tossed their caps after the final
word was said and the diplomas safely
in their hands.
Many of the academic awards
earned by the graduating seniors
throughout their school careers were
given away last week in an awards
presentation. Many awards, present-
ed by groups and organizations out-
side the school family, presented their


tokens of recognition at the services
Monday night with 16 individual
seniors called to the podium to receive
the presentations.
Bill Lyles, president of the Rotary
Club, presented the Rotary award to
the outstanding boy and girl of the
class. Yvonne Guilford and Woody
Jones were the recipients.
The W. R. (Billy) Tapper Memorial
Scholarship awards of scholarships to
Gulf Coast Community College were
presented by W. J. Herring to
'Stephanie Russ and Edwina Matlock.
Gulf Coast Community College
Awards were presented by Principal
Edwin Williams to Matt Groom and
Karen Collinsworth.
The Kiwanis Club presented several
awards, which were given by Ken
Herring. Paula Tankersley and Chuck
Pollock received recognition as out-
standing boy and girl. Tracie Nor-
wood received their English award;
Teresa Nichols, math; Bob Lange,
science,. and Rodney Herring, social
studies.
Commander David W. Humphries
presented the ROTC awards to Woody
Jones, who received a four-year
scholarship from the U.S. Army and
Ronald Pickett, who received a
four-year scholarship from the Mar-
ines. Both scholarships were to the
University of Florida.
The Lions Club scholarship was
presented by Roy Smith to Teresa
Nichols.
The George Wallace Leadership .
Scholarships were given by Barbara
Shirley to Tracie Norwood and Bob
Jones.
Mrs. Shirley also presented the "I
Dare You" awards to Bernie Pridgeon


and Tanya Cannon.
Graduates participating in the
program during the evening were:
Teresa Nichols, Yvonne Guilford, Bob
Jones, Karen Collinsworth, Woody


Jones, Caron Lynn, Matt Groom,
Dawana Jacobs, Sandra Martin,
Phoebe Barlow, Tracie Norwood,
Theresa Sander, and Paula Tankers-
ley.


After the diplomas were handed out, it was hugging time.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


Turns Down Injunction


As A Gr

Port St. Joe High School gradu-
:ated 119 seniors Monday night.
How would you feel if you were
one of those seniors, facing the world
today?
If we were a graduating senior,
we'd be a bit apprehensive.
. ,They face a world of $1.00 a loaf
SI bread, an automobile which will cost
them $5,000 for a basic set of wheels,
and the prospects that it will cost
them at least $30,000 to purchase
their first home.
This would make us a bit
perturbed over what had happened
to our future. We would feel that it
had been squandered away, by a
:bunch of people who were dead-set
:on making the world today a bed of
roses for everyone, with no thought
S of what it was going to do for this and
future generations coming along.
If we were a graduating senior
.today, we would immediately get
involved in what was going on
around us in order to prevent a
: 'further erosion of our future. We




A Lotoj

:- Senator Edward Kennedy has
flatly stated to the press that he will
iI:. not be a presidential candidate next
year. He has said he will support the
candidacy of President Carter for
re-election.
This came after Kennedy and
Carter had their exchange of "a lot
of baloney" over Carter's proposed
: national; health insurance.
n: Kennedy pooh-pooh-ed Carter's
suggestionn in public and then
.-promptly came up with a suggestion
....of his own. .
Kennedy has proposed that the
federal government get into the
- medical insurance business. He
* would have the.government set up a
firm which would furnish medical
insurance coverage for our people
on a cooperative basis. The govern-
ment would direct a company to be


aduate?


would feel, rightfully so, that our
labors should reward us and not be
used to pay for what others have
used up.
We wouldn't be stingy or uncon-
cerned about our less fortunate
brother, but we would feel we should
share what part of our production we
can pay for at the time and would
wonder why others before us had not
-done the same.
We would wonder why, .if our
forebears wished to aid the poor and
the world, why didn't they take
every step to keep this nation strong.
Why didn't -they work harder
themselves? Why didn't they stay
within their means?
Of course, the graduating sen-
iors won't feel this way. They will
leave school with the intention of
conquering the world and providing
the good life for everyone. This is a
noble intention, but we hope they do
a better job of managing their good
intentions than we did.




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formed to carry the federal portion
of the insurance and require the
people to contribute to the same firm
for their portion of the insurance
coverage costs.
It all sounds pretty good, even
though it is also an indication that
what Senator Kennedy said about
supporting President Carter for the
Democratic nomination in 1980 was
also, in the words of President
Carter, 'a lot of baloney'.
. As for Kennedy's idea of setting
up a federally mandated private
medicaltiisurance company to
provide the people with inexpensive,
adequate medical expense cover-
age, we can only remember what
happened to the same sort of
arrangement with the Post Office
and Amtrack.


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ner and the hearings conduct-
ed according to the Hospital's
by-laws. He stated the hear-
ings were properly held and
the evidence properly present-
ed and judged by competent
doctors.
The Hospital Boards' deci-
sion was made on the findings


of the doctors in the two
hearings conducted before dif-
ferent medical ad hoc commit-
tees. Both committees recom-
mended that her privileges be
revoked.
ANTI-TRUST SUIT
Dr. Poonai has also filed an
anti-trust suit against the


A Layman's View


Bible NOtes

By BILLY NORRIS


Acts 3:6, 16. 19, 10
Key Word: Faith (Confi-
dence in the testimony of God)
(V-6) "But Peter said to
him, 'I have no money at all,
but I give you what I have: in
the name of Jesus Christ of
Nazareth I order you to get up
and walk.' "
(Y-16) "It was the power of
his name that gave strength to
this lame man. What you see
and know was done by faith in
his name; it was faith in Jesus
that has made him well, as
you can all see."
(V-19, 20) "Repent then, and
turn to God, so that he will
forgive your sins. If you do,
times of spiritual strength will
come from the Lord, and he
will send Jesus, who is the
Messiah he has already cho-
sen for you."
There is not one good thing,
one good promise, one bless-
ing in God's word that God will
withhold from any of His
children (Christians). The Bi-
ble was written for us. Learn
to read it' by putting you
personally in every blessing
and promise in it.
The verses above are well
known. The King James says
"Silver and gold have I none,
but such as I have give I
thee." We have seldom read
this verse though in conjunc-
tion with Verse 16. Peter,
using this incident to bring a
sermon to the Jews, says the
power to heal this man of
lameness was released by the
man's faith.
The name of Jesus has
power. Ir Verse 19 and 20 We
see the condition of faith in
Jesus. Repent, turn to God,
and he will forgive you and
send spiritual strength. This
strength comes through Jesus
and when this faith condition
is met He will come and do His
Work. Deuteronomy 23:19
says, "God is not a man that


Aggravated Assault --


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home after the game. The shot
'was fired from across the
street with a .410 guage
shotgun.
Another similar case had
Mary Vann of Wewahitchka
charged with second degree
homicide.
Ms. Vann was tried on
Wednesday, with the jury
bringing in a verdict of guilty
of manslaughter. Judge Bodi-


ford ruled the defendant be
held on her bond until a
pre-sentence investigation
could be made.
A third offense, attempted
murder, against Michael Da-
vid Connally, was ordered
continued from day to day
until it was disposed with.
OTHER CASES
In other -cases before the
Court in the Spring Term:
A charge of possession of


cannabis against Thomas
Marvin Blackburn was dis-
missed.
A charge of resisting arrest
with violence against Floyd
Andrew Babb was dismissed
and the defendant ordered
discharged.
An aggravated assault
charge against Charles "Pos-
sum" Causey was dismissed
and the defendant and bond
ordered discharged.


Two cases were carried
over to the August term of
court.
Terry Gore, charged with
stopping payment on a check
with intent to defraud has his
case continued until August
20.
Robert Gainous, who was
charged with burglary of a
dwelling, also had his case
carried over to, the August
term.


he should lie." You have the
faith and God and will accom-
*plish your need.


Hospital and its Board, but
this case was not decided upon
in last week's ruling by Judge
Arnow.
The Judge did touch on the
matter of whether or not the


board, the hospital and the
several doctors named in the
suit were conspiring to harm
her practice.
Judge Arnow wrote, in last
week's decision, "Concerted


action by them (defendants in
the anti-trust suit) in pursuit
of. a lawful purpose, without
employment of unlawful
means, could not present a
Sherman Act conspiracy."


Offers Adult Education


The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute is proud of its role in
offering educational oppor-
tunities to adults in this area.
Classes for high school com-
pletion are now open at the
Centennial Building in Port St.
Joe. There is no charge for
worktest and no fees to pay.
Of special interest to quali-
fied veterans who have not


gotten their high school educa-
tion: you can receive your G.I.
benefits while earning your
high school diploma.
New reading materials and
equipment are now.in use and
more are being purchased. If
you have reading problems
and wish to learn to read bet-
ter, come up and enroll.
The School has 50 current


magazine subscriptions,. and
keep these in racks for stu-
dents' use.
This is a real opportunity for
you to earn a high school
diploma at no cost to you. Day
classes are Monday through
Friday, eight a.m. to one
p.m.; evening classes, Mon-4
day through Thursday, six to
nine p.m.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By


I HAVE A WIFE who is a flower nut.
Anywhere she goes, if there is a sandspur in a
� flower pot, she will go and examine it. Wherever
she goes, she comes back with a bush, a cutting
or a pot full of some sort of flower or shrub. It
never fails.
- When we go on a trip, she knows all the
nursery places on the routes we take, if we have
- .been there before, and I have to stop the car
:-while she picks up a certain plant or two.
Frenchie is a nut about flowers.
: : 'This brings me to what happened the other
S- day. We were both out in the back yard. She was
-.tending her roses which are growing out back
under the weeping willow tree and I was hoeing
and dusting my garden plot.


y: Wesley R. Ramsey


Frenchie spent nearly an hour digging
around the roses, feeding them, pruning, etc.
Then she got out the spray can and begin to put
the hurt on those thrips, mites, rust, canker and
other pests. She sprayed them good. She sprayed
on top of and under the leaves, on the new buds,
the stalk and trunk of the rose bush, giving it a
good dose of pest spray.
When she went to put the spray can up, she
just happened to notice; she had sprayed the
roses with "Shout", the cleaner which gets spots
' out of clothes.
" I don't know how the treatment affected the
mites, thrips, rust, canker, etc., but I do know
that we have the cleanest roses in town.


THE LEGISLATURE, in a weak' moment,
has decided to increase the price-of hunting and
fishing licenses.
In action last week, a bill was introduced
increasing the fishing license from $2.75 to $6.00
and hunting licenses from $7.00 to $11.00.
It was just a few years ago that the
Legislature was wrestling over whether or not to
allow cane pole fishermen to fish for free. And
now, we're contemplating taking a jump to $6.00.
I think it would be a detriment to local people
to raise the fishing and hunting license fees.
Visitors to our woods and streams seem to
think they own them, now, and are often very
rude to us local people when we try to fish and
hunt in our streams and woods.
If the license goes up any more, they will
really feel like they own the hunting and fishing
areas and the local people will be in a hard bind
using their own resources.

FLORIDA'S GOVERNOR Bob Graham
made the news over the entire United States last
week when he signed the execution orders for
John Spenkelink and Willie Darden.


Darden and Spenkelink were both given
stays of execution from the planned deadline last
Wednesday morning, but Spenkelink was
executed Friday, to become the first man ^
executed in the United States since the mad man
from. Utah was sent before the firing squad a
couple of years ago.
I applaud the Governor for signing the
certificates. If we are going to have a death
penalty, we should use it where it is needed.
Talking with David Roche the other day,
David was telling me about law enforcement in
England where he recently went for a National
Guard encampment.
David said the policemen didn't even carry a
night stick over there. But, according to David,
they didn't need to. He witnessed, along with
other members of the Guard, the changing of the
guard at Buckingham Palace. A man climbed up
on the fence around the area and a policeman
just pointed a finger at him and told him to get
down. He got down.
What would have been the reaction in the
United States?
If a policeman were to take such action in the
United States, all of the climbers' friends or
comrades would jump the policeman, if he
wasn't armed, and beat him half to death.
What has happened to law order in the land
of the free?
Maybe a little more stern treatment of those
who break the law will get us back to a law
abiding nation.


DID YOU HEAR about the latest bumped*
sticker? It says, "Three Mile Island killed less
people than Kennedy's automobile".


. EDITORIALS:



How Would You Feel


I-Star photo



American Legion put up these flags on Fifth Street in memory of war dead


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


District Meeting of Florida Peace Officers


Dedicated to Late Chief H. W. 'Buck' Griffin


Club. They, posed for this picture at the
h a rt 0^annual ladies night celebration last Thursday
Ch rl e rs night, held at the Country Club. When the club
Was formed in 1941, M. P. Tomlinson, George
These three men are the only remaining 'Tapper and J. Lamar Miller were there. They
charter members of the Port St. Joe Rotary stillare. -Star photo
1 5 . S e Partcip


158 Students Participate


About 150 people attended
the Florida Peace Officers
Association meeting held in
Port Sf. Joe this past Satur-
day, according to Sheriff Ken
Murphy. The hosts of the
meeting were the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department and the
Port St. Joe Police Depart-
ment.
The members enjoyed raw
oysters and fried mullet at
nodn; then a pistol match was
held at the pistol range where
the men of Gulf County made
a good showing. Wanda Brown
with the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department Ladies Auxiliary,
won top shooter in the wo-
men's class. Trooper Al Harri-
son of the Florida Highway
Patrol from Wewahitchka won
first place in the Master's
Class for men. Deputy Joe
Johnson, of the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department, won
second place in Sharpshooter
Class. Houston Whitfield of the
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment Men's Auxiliary won
second place' in Marksman
class. Trooper Al Harrison
and Trooper Geroge Wehrli
won first place in a two-man
team.


In Annual Forestry Day BANQUET
A banq et was hBANQUET
nA banquet was held at the


Centennial Building that even-
ing. where trophies were
presented to the top shooters.
Guest speaker for the evenign
was Col. Willard Long, re-
tired, U.S.A.F., from Panama
City Toastmasters Club.
This District meeting was
dedicated as a memorial to
the late H. W. "Buck" Grif-
fin. Rep. Billy Joe Rish
delivered a very touching
eulogy to Chief Griffin and
then Rish and Sheriff Murphy
presented a plaque to Elsie
Griffin, the late Chief's widow,
from the Florida Peace Offi-
cers Association expressing
their appreciation for Chief
Griffin's work and support in
the past years.
Sheriff Murphy states he
would like to express his
sincere appreciation to the
following people, who'assisted
in the day's activities: Raf-
field Fisheries, West Florida
Gas, St. Clair Funeral Home,
Comforter Funeral Home,
Indian Pass Seafood, St. Joe
Paper Container Div., City of
, Port St. Joe, Merita Bread
Company, Florida First
National Bank, Hannon Insur-
ance Company, Buzzett's
Drugs, Wendell Campbell, St.
Joe Hardware, Saveway Food


Store, Pauline's Restaurant,
Hickory House, Coca Cola


Bottling Company, Byrd & Son ies, St. Joseph Bay Country
Bottling Co., Wood's Fisher- Club and the Rotary Club.


Sheriff Ken Murphy, left, and Billy Joe of her late husband's contribution to law
Rish, right, admire the memorial' plaque enforcement. -Gulf County Breeze photo
presented to Mrs. H. W. Griffin, in recognition


One hundred and fifty-eight
students of Gulf County parti-
cipated in the 30th Anhual
Forestry Day at the White
City Fire Tower of the Divi-
sion of Forestry on May 14-16.
The students and their
teachers journeyed from Port
,St. Joe, Highland .View and
Wewahitchka for a day of
instructions in fire prevention,
wild life conservation, forest
management, fire suppression
and fire detection.
Forestry Day was initiated
in 1950, and is now jointly
sponsored by the Gulf County
Forest Fire Prev6ntion Com-
mittee, St. Joe Paper Comr
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pany, uamrIe anu r iesi
Fish Commission, a

Ministries

Beaches

Starts Satur
This Saturday, June
7:00 p.m. CST, the firsi
Ministries program
held at the Mexico Beai
The evening promise
one of spiritual enjo
Warm fellowship, and
all ages.
Featured in Saturda:
ing's agenda, will be
singing by Larry Ni1
from Dirego Park Ass
of God Church in P
City, and a special m1
from the Beach Bibli
peteers.
* Everyone is invited
tend this program w
you are a resident of th
or visiting.
Beach Ministries is an
denominational group a
planned a get together
ages each Saturday e
through Labor Day.
Anyone wanting mo
formation about the.pr
may call 229-6676.

Card of Thanks
We would like to
everyone for their ki
shown during the time
bereavement. A s
thanks to the staff of M
pal Hospital, Dr. Joe He
Bay Memorial Medica
ter, and all the doctor
nurses.
Also a special thanks
Class of 1948 for the
arrangement and the
friends who showed the
through prayers, flower
and cards. --.
May God bless eac
every one of you.
The family of B.A
geon, Jr.


Florida Divison of Forestry.
Five stations were used in a
county fair system of instruc-
tion. Instructors were provi- *' WE WANT
ded by the Game and Fresh of THE SALES -
Water Fish Commission and Oi
the Florida Division of Forest- ' YOU GET
ry. I "t' 1tCP THE SAVINGS!
Forest Ranger Tommy
Smith stressed the importance
'of forest fire prevention at
station 1. The causes of wild
fires and their effects were
explained. "Each year there
are a few fires in Gulf County
which are deliberately set,"
said Smith, "but many of our
fires are caused by human
carelessness." i P_


Swaer Stan. Strickland, Carl
nd the O'Barr and Bob Funderburk
of the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission manned sta-
. ion2. They discussed with the
- children the effects ofenv'ron-
mental pollution upon fish and
rdaV wildlife, and ultimately on
people.
e 2, at County Forester Ralph
t Beach Edenfield discussed forest
will be. management at station 3.
ch pier. Edenfield demonstrated me-
es to be thods of. measuring tree
)yment, heights, diameters and
fun for growth, as well as planting of
seedlings.
y even- Station 4 was manned by
special . Forest Ranger John Redmon.
ckelson He showed the students the
sembly equipment used in wild fire
anama suppression, and discussed
ministry the techniques employed.
e Pup- Tractors, plows, hand tools,
and back fire torches were
to at- covered.
whether At the fifth station the
is-area students climbed the fire
tower to learn how fires are
n inter- detected, located and crews
and has dispatched to suppress them.
for all Forest Rangers Gerald Black-
vening Well and Bill Dye manned this
,station.
Dre in- After formal instructions
program the students enjoyed sack
lunches, soft drinks and
games until time to return to
school. The soft drinks, were
furnished by St. Joe Paper
thank Company.
ndness
of our Eighty eight sixth graders
special from Port St. Joe School
lunici- visited the Forestry Site on
endrix, Monday along with their
1 Cen- teachers Gwen Ingram, Betty
rs and Herring and Billy Barlow.
Tuesday twenty four stu-
to the dents came from Highland
flower View, accompanied by their
many teachers Sandy Scott and
ir love James Herman.
s, food Forty six sixth graders from
Wewahitchka visited the For-
h and estry Site on Wednesday with
their teachers Becky Bir-
k. Prid- mingham, Suzanne Boman
and James Rouse.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31. 1979


tMiss Debra Kearns and Russell


`fBurch EL

i Debra Paulette Kearns and
, Russell Lee Burch were united
-in marriage in a candlelight
,ceremony on May 5, 1979 at
the Beach Baptist Chapel. The
-Reverend William E. Smith
.officliated at the double ring
- emony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Mary Kearns. The bride-
'groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy L. Burch, all of Port
St. Joe.
Prior to the ceremony,
nuptial music was played by
organist, Mrs. Sammie Wil-
liams, cousin of the groom.
'Miss Cindy Murphy, soloist,
sang the couple's chosen se-
lections of "Always and For-
ever," "We've Only Just
Begun," "That's The Way,"
ai.d "The Wedding Prayer."
:The couple exchanged vows
irS the sanctuary beautifully
decorated in the bride's cho-
, :sen colors of pink, white and
blue. The brass arch was
i0 acented on either side with
l rge urns on columns of white
i'ahtd blue football miums, pink
"gladioli, baby's breath and
greenery. A candelabra arch
was centered with candle
*trees on either side.
The bride was escorted by
'hbr brothers and given in
marriagee by her mother. She
descended the aisle in a lovely
' gown of white silk organza and
Scoantilly lace. Her fashion-
able sheer yoked neckline,.
bordered in Venise lace, swept
across the bodice and softly,.
'"over the shoulders. The bodice:
'.feature a natural waistline
. which was entertwined with
white satin ribbon. Full Bi-
. shop sleeves decorated with
'Venise lace fell softly to lace
.cuffs accented with a delicate


change Wedding Vows


ruffle of crystal pleating. Her
A-line skirt extended into a
tiered cathedral length train.
Cluny lace enhanced the ruf- �
fled hemline for the total
bridal look. Her bridal ensem-
ble was complemented with a
floor, length lace-edged veil
caught in a demi-hat. The
bride wore pearl earrings, a
wedding gift from the groom.
She carried a cascade of pink
sweetheart roses, miniature
white and blue carnations
with baby's breath and green-
ery..
The matron of honor was
Mrs. Charlotte Siler, the
bride's sister from Apopka.
She wore a floor length pink
floral print gown of polyester
organza. It featured a ruffled
front and back v-neckline with
bow trim and capelet sleeves.
A fabric flower complemented
the waist at the back. She
carried a nosegay of pink,
white and blue carnations with
baby's breath.
The bridesmaids were Mrs.
Pam Arnette, the bride-
groom's sister of Sumatra,
Mrs. Terry Burch of Pensa-
cola, and Mrs. Becky White of
Port St. Joe. They wore
dresses identical to that of the
matron of honor and carried
matching parasols in sheer
woven polyester with white
handle and ruffles. The ma-
,tron of honor and bridesmaids
wore cultured pearl neckla-
ces, a gift from the bride.
The flowergirl, Miss .Mary
Ruth Wood, niece of the bride,
wore a light pink floor-length
gown of sheer organza, simi-
lar to that worn by the
bridesmaids. 'Her- headpiece
was made of pink flowers and
pink net. She carried a pink


Vienna 'Summertime Salad'


" Firm and juicy Vienna Sausage, teamed with a creamy
"-t.acaroni mixture, offers a hearty", sophisticated salad for a
So.rch or patio lunch. Border this salad with deviled eggs and
top it with extra sausage for added flavor and protein. Since
handy canned "Viennas" are. fully cooked, they're all ready to
SuseA Serve "Vienna'd Macaroni Salad" with frosty canned
juicess or a chilled appetizer soup. Add some chunky cheeses
w*th wheat or rye crackers, brownies and iced tea to complete
this cool refreshing menu.
Vienna'd Macaroni Salad
1 package (8 oz.) elbow 1 cup mayonnaise
" macaroni or small 2 tablespoons cider
- macaroni shells vinegar
. 1 can (5 oz.) Libby's 11% teaspoons salt
Vienna Sausage thinly 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
sliced '% teaspoon pepper
S1 cup shopped celery Extra Vienna Sausage
1 cup chopped sweet and Deviled Eggs,
pickles garnish
�% cup minced onion
Cook macaroni in salted, boiling water just until tender.
Drain and cover with cold water. Then drain again, thoroughly.
Combine macaroni with thinly sliced Vienna Sausages, celery,
sweet pickles, and onion. Blend mayonnaise with cider vinegar,
salt, Dijon mustard and pepper. Add to macaroni mixture. Mix
gently. Chill. Yields 6 to 8 servings.
:.'� Arrangement: Spoon Vienna'd Macaroni Salad onto a large
serving plate, gently rounding the top. Arrange extra Libby's
Vienna Sausages over salad. Garnish with a border of deviled
egg halves, if desired.



First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .... 11:00 A.M.

Welcome to Everyone

RAYMOND G. WICKERSHAM, Minister
Phone 648-5205




FIRST


SBAPTIST CHURCH

S Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor


SUNDAYSCHOOL .................... 9:45A.M.
SMORNINGWORKSHIPSERVICE .... 11: 00A.M.
CHURCHTRAINING ................. 6:15 P.M.
EVENINGWORSHIPSERVICES ..... 7:30P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:00 P.M.

"Come and Worship God with Us"


Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lee Burch


and white flower basket con-
taining silk rose petals. The
ringbearer was Master Ste-
phen White. He wore a baby
blue tuxedo identical to that of
the groom's.
Roy L. Burch, the bride-
groom's father, was best man.
Groomsmen and ushers were
Gregg Burch, brother of the
groom, David Arnetted bro-
ther-in-law of the groom, Guy
White, Donald Wood, brother
of the bride and Randall
Wood, brother of the bride.,,
For her daughter's wedding,
the bride's mother chose a
pink floral print gown on a
gray background with flowing
cape which was accented with
a white cymbidium orchid
%ith a pink ribbon.
The bridegroom's mother
wore a formal gown of pink
chiffon which was accented
with a white cymbidium or-
chid with a pink ribbon.
The wedding was under the
direction of Mrs. Paul Pierce.
.Reception
The bride's mother hosted a
reception following the wed-
ding ceremony in the social
hall of the Beach Baptist
Chapel.
The bride's table was cover-
ed with a white organdy cloth
and enhanced by a wedding
cake highlighted by a lighted
blue flowing fountain under-
neath the cake. The wedding
cake was served to the guests
by Mrs. Juanise Williams and
Miss Melody Smith. On each
side of the bride's cake was a
silver candelabra holding can-
dles of pink, white and blue
with arrangements of pink,
white and blue carnations,
baby's breath and greenery.
The grooms table was
draped in white, highlighted
with a chocolate groom's cake
saying "Get Me To The
Church On Time." It was
served by Miss Janis Schwei-
kert, Mrs. Susan Stephens and
Miss Deborah Stutzman. Cof'
fee was served from a silver
coffee service by Mrs. Wy-
vonne Hattaway. The wedding
punch was flowing from a


H


I


silver punch bowl fountain.
Serving the punch was Miss
Susie White, Mrs. Ida Garrett
and Miss Joni Shores.
Greeting the guests was
Mrs. J. Ted Cannon.
Miss Cindy Etheridge, cou-
sin of the bride, presided at
the bride's register placed on
a table decorated with a white
organdy cloth and pink rose-
bud arrangement in a,crystal
bud vase.
Rice bags of pink and blue
.rice in white inet and white
matchbooks engraved with
the bride and groom's name
and wedding. date as momen-
tos' of the occasion were
placed in the reception area.
For traveling the bride
chose a beige floral print dress
with matching accessories. To
complement her outfit,
she wore a pink cymbidium
orchid on white net with blue
lace ribbon.
After a week long wedding
trip to points of interest in
Atlanta, Georgia, Chattanoo-
ga and Nashville, Tennessee,
the couple will reside at St.
Joe Beach.
The bride graduated from
Port St. Joe High School in
1976 and is employed with the
Gulf County School Board at
Highland View Elementary
School.
The bridegroom graduated
from Port St. Joe High School
in 1974. He is employed with
the Department of Natural


" PAGE FOUR


Resources at St. Joseph State
Park.
Out of town guests for the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
John Siler, Gene, Benji and
Danny from Apopka 'Mrs.
Donna Arnette and Danny
from Milton; Mr. and Mrs.
Chuck Furmage and Michelle,
and Rocky Smith from Fort
Walton Beach; Mrs. Mary
Grantham and Bobby Pope
from Baton Rouge. La.; Mr.
and Mrs. Golden Bush and
Mrs. Ruth Owens of Panama
City: Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Burch and Marty, Mr. and
Mrs. Freddy Burch and Hil-
ton. James and Bruce Burch,
and Mrs. Maude Burch all of
Grand Ridge: Ms. Kathy
Shirah and Jason of Tallahas-
see; Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Johnson of Donalsonville,
Ga.; Mrs. Christlean Ethe-
ridge and Mrs. Agnes Ethe-
ridge Melton of Cadwell, Ga.:
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wood
and Brian of Jacksonville:
and Mr. and Mrs. William
David' Arnette, III, of Sumat-
ra.
Rehearsal Dinner
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Burch
entertained the wedding party
and guests with a buffet
dinner at their home on St.
Joseph Shores after rehearsal
on Friday evening.
The table was beautifully
decorated with hurricane,
globes of pink tapers and
highlighted with a two tiered
cake topped with a miniature
bride and groom and minia-
ture bridesmaids and grooms-
men. The flower arrange-
ments were in the bride's
chosen colors of pink, white
and blue.
Following dinner., everyone
enjoyed a bonfire and party on
the beach.
Pre-Nuptial Parties
Miss Debbie Kearns, bride-
elect of Russell Burch was
honored with a calling shower
on Tuesday evening, April 10.
at the Florida Power Lounge.,
Arrangements of azaleas and
bridal wreath' along with
bride's chosen colors' of blue,
pink and white were used
throughout the party area.
Refreshments of punch,
cake, mints and nuts were
served to guests who called
during the appointed hours.
Miss Kearns was the recipient
of many lovely, and useful
gifts. Hostesses for the gala
event were Mrs. Ted Cannon,
Mrs. Tommy Dixon, Mrs. Joe
Fortner, Mrs. Paul Pierce,
Mrs. Guy White, Mrs. Mike
White, Ms. Susan White and
Mrs. B.R. Williams.
The bride was presented
with a broiler oven as a gift
from the hostesses.

On Tuesday, May 1, High-
land View faculty and staff
honored Miss Debbie Kearns
with a surprise bridal party.
Many delightful refresh-
ments were served during
which time Miss Kearns was
presented with a silver serv-
ing tray.

Miss Debbie Kearns, bride-
elect of Rusty Burch and her
bridesmaids were honored
with a luncheon at the Gulf
Sands Restaurant on Satur-
day, April 28.
The party area was decor-
ated with an arrangement of


Donna Milton

Is Dental Grad
Donna Milton has recently
graduated from Miami Dade
Community College Medical
Center .Campus. Ms. Milton
received a degree in dental
hygiene.
Currently living in Miami,
Ms. Milton is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maddox and
the granddaughter of Mrs.
E.C. Cason, all of Port St. Joe.


Donna Milton


Idle Hour Beauty Salon

will be under new management
June 4
I would like to welcome the present as well as new
customers and friends.


Phone: 229-6201
Home Ph. 227-1782


BETTY HEATH,
Owner-Operator


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Receives Award

Mary Jane Gainer, right, Coordinator for
the Gulf Coast Chapter March of Dimes,
presents Shirley Ramsey, right, with an


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The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE.- PORT ST. JOE

Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor

SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00AM
EVENING WORSHIP .................. 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................. 7:00 PM

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* Complete bridal department

* Special Orders for Schools,

Churches, Civic

* Only store in Panama City that

offers Vogue, Butterick,

McCalls, Simplicity patterns.


FABRIC CENTER


Monday - Saturday 8:30-6:00 CDT 769-6800

892 West 11th Street Shopping Center - Panama City


4.


Offers Thanks
The Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens would
like to thank all of those who
helped make its fund raising
Fish Fry a success. We
especially want to thank Raf-
field Fisheries, Ward Fisher-
ies, Dixie Sea Products, David
Rich's IGA and Piggly Wiggly
for their contributions.
Proceeds from this project
will be used as matching funds-
for the federal monies re-
ceived by the Gulf County
Association for Retarded Citi-
zens.
pink and white carnations and
blue iris, with miniature
bridesmaids and flower bas-
kets.
Those attending, were Mrs.
Mary Kearns, mother of the
bride-elect, Mrs. Roy Burch,
mother of the groom, Mrs.
Jackie Shirah, grandmother
of the bride-elect, Mrs. Pam
Arnette, sister of the groom,
Miss Becky White, and Miss
Mary Ruth Wood, niece of the
bride-elect.


Itm lb Ii I01iI i i Il i IiiIl


engraved plaque, in recognition of her efforts
for the March of Dimes in the Port St. Joe
area. The plaque reads "Presented for Dis-
tinquished Voluntary Leadership in the Fight
Against Birth Defects". -Star photo










TIHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979 PAGE FIVE


Beta Beta


Chapter Meets


Frank Barnes, right, director of student services, principal of Port St. Joe E
presents Golden.School Awards to principals Edwin Williams presented an award. but was


of Port St. Joe High School, left
Highland View Elementary S


Mobile
Home Sale
We are in the process of
evaluating our advertising
media. The only way this
can be done is for you to let
us know where you saw our
ad.
1. If you will bring this ad
we will include, with the
purchase of a new mobile
home, a 3-TON AIR CON-
DITIONER. YOU WILL
be expected to pay installa-
tion charges for the air
conditioner.
This offer is in addition to
the posted sale price. OF-
FER WILL NOT BE AL-
LOWED WITHOUT THIS
AD.
Offer ends June 30, 1979.
NEW'78
Pinecrest
2-bedroom double wide,
unfurnished. Sale price -
$12,995

Beutiful 14x70 front kitchen
Statesman
3-bedroom, carpet, fur-
nished and drapes. Super
big bath and plenty of
closet space. Sale price-
$11,995

New '79 Double Wide
Tiffany
3-bedrooms, 2 full baths,
master bath with garden
tub. Beautiful luxurious
carpet, drapes and furnish-
ed. Sale price -
$15,795

70x14
Vogue
3-bedroom, 2 full baths
fully furnished, including
dishwasher, frost free re-
frigerator, carpet and
drapes. Sale price -
$14,795

New Total Electric
Double Wide
Pinecrest
4-bedrooms, 2 baths, with
den. Beautiful carpet,
drapes and furnished. Sale
price -
$16,995

Used
Mobile Homes
'73 CHAMPION
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, front
kitchen. Partially furnish-
ed. Very good condition.
$650 DOWN

'72 KINGSWOOD
65x12. 2 bedrooms, front
den, air conditioner, carpet
throughout. This home in
excellent condition.
$650 DOWN

TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
On 1973 Winston 12x65. 3
bedrooms, partially fur-
nished. Transfer and set up
fee.
$450.00

We refuse to be undersold
on high quality mobile
homes

Crestview
Mobile Homes
2310 E. 15th St.
Panama City, Fla.
Phones 763-0751,769-1544
Open Sunday, 1-6
"The People With the
Good Reputation"


t and Ken Herring, principal of was made.
School, center. Howard Blick,



Golden Awards


for Volunteers


Each year the State Depart-
ment of Educations presents
the Golden School Award to
those schools participating in
volunteers programs. Schools
receiving twice as many hours
of volunteer services as stu-
dents enrolled in that school
are eligible for the award. All
five Gulf County Schools qua-
lified and have received
awards.
What or who are volun-
teers?
Volunteers are. those indivi-
duals, groups, and-or organi-
zations who volunteer their
services and resources to
enrich the school program or
programs, and assist the
teachers and students. These
individuals could be parents,
grandparents, interested citi-
zens or students enrolled in


our schools. These individuals
assist the school in many
different ways by performing
non-teaching chores as well as
. tutoring individual students or
small groups. The groups or
organization could be civic,
social or organized specifical-
ly for school programs and
activities.
According to Superintedent
Wilder here is no way to
oversta e the value of effect-
ive volunteer workers to the
Gulf County school program.
During the 1978-79 school year
over 10,000 volunteer hours
were recorded. Goals for the
1979-80 school year are set at

"Conversation is an art
in which a man has all man-
kind for his competitors."
Emerson


%
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vi --- -- -


The Beta Beta Chapter of
Delta Kappa Gamma Society
A. International held its fourth
meeting of the year at the
Foxfire Restaurant in Pan-
ama City on May 19. They met
-.-- jointly with the Phi Chapter
for coffee and registration.
S.-A business session was
notconducted by the president.
Mrs. Lenda McCain. Includ-
ed in the business was the in-
troduction of a special guest.'
Ms. Sally Temples, Mu State
President of Delta Kappa
Gamma Society International.
Ms. Temples presented Mrs.
McCain with the president's
pin and pointed out that Delta�
Kappa Gamma, a society of
leunentary School was also key women educators, is the
not present when the picture largest women's professional
group in the world.
-Star photo The devotional, given by
Mrs. Margaret Biggs, con-
12,000 hours. Any groups or tained thoughts of "self-
individual interested in doing examine ourselves".
volunteer work in the Gulf The educator spotlighted at
County Schools should contact this meeting was Mrs. Mar-
Mr. Frank Barnes or Mrs. garet Biggs, English teacher
Willie Mae Daniell at 227-1558. at Port St. Joe High School.


Faith Christian School

Kindergarten Graduating


The five year kindergarten
classes of Faith Christian
School will have it s gradua-
tion program Thursday, May
31 at 7:30 p.m. It will be held at
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
The program centers
around four learning areas:
phonics, "numbers, Bible and
poetry. Music plays a part
throughout the program. After
the class has finished depict-
ing the accomplishments of
the year's work, diplomas will
-be presented by Rev. Hugh
Daniel, principal of Faith
Christian School.
The graduates are: Crystal
Lynn Smith, Kendall Sean
Pinkney, Dana Jovon Strip-


--A~


"Seniors Are Wonderful"


Larry Hardison and C. L. Sylvester, ol
Port St. Joe Unit of the Gulf County Volun
Ambulance Service got together with M
Mary Jackson, director of the Washinj
Site Senior Citizens Center to give a surp
party for the Senior Citizens of Port St.


Addison

Completes

School

FT. BEINING, GA.-Pvt. St
Curtis Z. A'.^\son, whose wife. W
Elaine, lives in Wewahitchka, CI
recently 'completed One Sta- M
tion Unit Training (OSUT) at
Fort Benning, Ga.
OSUT is a 12-week period
which combines basic combat
training and advanced indivi-
dual training.
The training included wea-
pons qualifications, squad tac-
tics, patrolling, landmine war-
fare, field communications
and combat operations. This
qualifies the soldier as a light
weapons infantryman and as
an indirect fire crewman.
Soldiers were taught to per-
form any of the duties in a rifle CH
or mortar squad. PR
Addison entered the army in ME
February of this year. CH
He is a 1977 graduate of
Wewa High School.


f the and Gulf County who attend the center. In the
teer picture above, from left to right, Hardison,
Mrs. Mrs. Jackson, Rev. Otis Stallworth and
gton Sylvester, display a cake baked for the
rise occasion, which had "Seniors are Wonderful"
Joe written on the top. -Star photo


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friends ^
UNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
ORSHIP SERVICES ..... 11:00 A.M. &7:30 P.M.
HURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
AID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.


ursery Provided


Rev. Jerry Baker
Pastor


ling, James Patrick Bennett,
Clayton Edward David, Kevin
Russel Peiffer, Debra Sue
Monteiro, Ricky Darrell Lin-
ton, Laurie Michelle Hall,
Teresa Jane Mongold, Becky
Jeanette Keith, Holly Selene
Richter, Bruce Dale Evensen,
Jr., Virginia Carol Sims,
Cheyenne Renee Maneiri, Da-
vid Armando Fernandez, Tori
Kareem Shackelford, Calon-
dra Lynette White, Wendy
Kay Johnson and Vincent
Justin Everett.
The kindergarteners and
their teachers, Mrs. Sue Mon-
teiro and Mrs. Barbara Pres-
nell, invite you to come to
their performance. Come see
what these 1979 graduates
have learned and enjoy this
happy occasion with them.


Mrs. Augusta Krache noted
that Mrs. Biggs is a graduate
of Troy State Teachers Col-
lege, and is currently working
on a Master's degree. She was
responsible for Beta Beta
Chapter receiving state recog-
nition at their convention in
the area of publicity. It was
also pointed out that she has
recently become a published
poet, having selections in-
cluded in several publica-
tions.
The program theme for this
meeting, "From Beaches,
Wigwams and Buckskins to
*Books. Classrooms and
Jeans", was uniquely given by
Mrs. Loretta Hugghins and
Mrs. Janice McFatter. To set
the tone. Mrs. Claire Hollo-
way presented various moods
of Indian music, which led into
an educational, audio-visual
presentation of the Miccusu-
kee Indian, which is a project
of Mu State Delta Kappa
Gamma International.
Through financial interest of
the group, the Indian tribe,
descendants of the Creek
Indians, is now able to have a
complete educational pro-
gram, from Head Start to
Adult Education.
The group was informed of
the Indian's culture and the
fact that the Miccusukees
were the first self-governing
tribe in the country. Most of
the tribe lives in the Ever-
glades where they are adapt-
ing to society. Mrs. Shirley
Kilpatrick helped coordinate
this informative program.
Also of interest was a dis-
play of authentic Creek In-
ian clothing owned by Mrs.
Eloise Ramsey, a member of
Beta Beta Chapter, Delta
Kappa Gamma. She and her
husband are descendants of
the Creek Indian tribe and
play an active role today in
their life and customs.
-Following the program, the
Beta Beta Chapter joined with
Phi Chapter to enjoy a buffet
luncheon.


Beta Beta officers, left to right: Mrs. Carol Hudson,
president: Miss Sally Temples, Mu State president; Mrs.
Jane Harrell. District Director and Mrs. Lenda McCain,
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.


"Christian Life


Conference"


Presented with

T. D. and Dudley


Hall


June 3-6

SUNDAY, JUNE 3
11:00 AM - Beach Baptist and
First Baptist

7:00 PM - Long Avenue Baptist

JUNE 4-6
10:00 AM - First Baptist
7:00 PM - Long Avenue Baptist

Sponsored Jointly by


Beach Baptist
Highland View Baptis


Long Avenue
t First Baptist,


First United

Methodist Church

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

URCH SCHOOL ................... 9:45 A.M.
EACHINGSERVICE ..... 11 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
-THODISTYOUTH FELLOWSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
OIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.











THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


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!-di-^ByIa^9^L^L^L^^^ *^E ^^ISIFIERSDI


Home at 816 Marvin Ave.,
large lot, 4 bdrm, 21/ bath,.
, family room, kitchen equip-'
,; .ment, garage. 229-8806.
S* tfc 5-3.


3hbdrm., 112 bath, mobile
home on 75x150' lot. Less
than 2 blocks from beach.
$13,000.

Use your own final touches.
Partially finished 3 bdrm,
1� bath home, large living
rm, kitchen and family rm
combo, garage & utility rm.
On 75x100' cleared lot. Ad-
joining corner lot may be
purchased with home.. Cor-
ner Americus & DeSota.


Sherrie Zyski

229-8494


For Sale by Owner: 1121'x
75' wide beautiful landscaped
lot at Mexico Beach, 1 block
from beach. $8,000. Mrs. Tim-
mons, 648-5812. It 5-31


Waterfront - 4 bdrm, 2
bath completely remodel-
ed, new cen. h&a, large
,screen porch facing Gulf,
sells completely furnished
including washer and dry-
er. A fine home with a
perfect view. 13th & U.S.
98.
10 Acres - corner of 386A
and Overstreet Road. .Id-
eal location, excellent po-
tential.

Dock your boat in your own
back yard! Beautiful 3
bdrm, 2 bath home on canal.
Living rm w-cathedral ceil-
ing and fireplace, separate
dining rm, large patio,
double garage - 36th St.

Almost new brick home on 2
lots. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, liv. rm.
w-stone fireplace, dining
area, enclosed double gar-
age, c-h&a, carpeting thru-
out. Well built, very reason-
ableutility bills. Grand Isle.


Hate to be cooped up? Relax .
on your 16x60' screened
porch in rain or shine! This
2 bdrm, 1 bath furnished
mobile home has it. Corner
Alabama & Santa Anna.

Price reduced! Duplex
only 212 blocks from the
beach. Excellent income
opportunity for interested
investor. Columbus St.
$22,800.


After Sandra Clenney
Hours: 229-6310


After


An old law once on the books
in Indianapolis, Ind., makes it
a -crime to argue on Sunday.


C.


C-' nff2


HIGHLAND
Lovely, liveable
Block construction
carport. 2 bdrms,
large with 2 close
kitchen-family roor
'partially. furnished
ifig refrig.,. built-i
dishwasher and bdi
iture, carpeting, w
dryer. New cen. 1
,teni city water an
street. $29,900.



Investment opport
- rental units or liv
and let the incor
make the payment
der the shortage o
in Port St. Joe, an
for further informal

Lovely corner lot, 3
ba home, liv. rm
area, den,; eat-in
carpeting thru-ou
'for the, children a
venient to school
Palm.

1912 Juniper, exdel
lot, 1400 sq. ft. of c
'able living. 3 bdrm
,and DR, 2 big p
Pay equity and
low payment loan,
finance, FHA, VA
ventional.


VIEW
home.
with Ig.
1 extra:
sets.' Big
m. House
d includ-
n stove,
rm. furn-
washer &
hi&a sys-
id paved


Income! Furnished duplex 1
block from the beach. 2
bdrms each side, roomy liv-
ing area, a-c, only 4 yrs. old.
Stucco over block exterior
and pannelled interior for
low maintenance. 6th and
Fortner - $25,000.

Nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath home,
Fla. room, screen porch,.
boat dock, storage sheds,
fenced back yard on 1 2 lots.
On 36th St. & Water Ave.

Nice corner lot -quiet neigh-
borhbod. Furnished 2 bdrm,
1 bath mobile home. Come
see what peace and quiet
can do for you. Georgia and
Tennessee.

Mobile home ready for a'
new owner. Everything in-
cluded from vacuum to lots
of wicker on your 24'x16'
Florida rm-den w-elec. fire-
place. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, living
rm. eat-;n kitchen. You'll
have to see this for yourself.
Alabama Drive. I


We're Here For You.TM
Each office is independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY


WEWAHITCHKA
Modern 3 bdrm, 2 bath
brick home on t1-4 acres.
Over 3500 sq. ft. which in-
cludes beautiful 1 bdrm, 1
bath apt. which may be
used as :part of the main
house to accommodate a
large family.,Located at
the end of Tupelo St.,
priced in mid 50's.


PORT ST. JOE
unity, 3 Owin your own business.
e in one Established community
me help grocery on corner lot, ex--
ts. Consi- cellent income opportun-
f rentals ity. Includes equipment &
d call us inventory. $24;000. Here's
nation. your chance to be your
. own boss.
bdrm,,2
w-dining
kitchen, Almost new brick home 3
t. Room bdrms, 11/2 baths, plus play
3nd con- area converted to den. Cen-
Is. 2111 tral heat, Ig. window a-c.
2004 Juniper.

corner -'
comfort- 3 bdrm, 1 -bath, den, com-
, Ig. LR fortable block home. Fen-
orches. ced back yard. New water
assume and sewer lines. Large win-
or re- dow a-c, attic fan. 119 West-
or con- cott Circle.


If you are thinking of selling your home and
would like to know its current market value
please call us. We will be happy to give.you
fair opinion' at no cost to you.


Jim Clement


Hours: 648-5482


1829 Hwy. 98 - MEXICO BEACH

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


Mexico Beach
Mini farm w-city conven-
iences. 5 A. garden planted,
chickens producing. fishing
on premises. Nearly new
24x50 mobile home, w-extra
room w-wood stove. City
water, deep well, plenty of
wood to cut. 4 blk. to Gulf. 29
percent down, & owner will
finance.
Overstrect
312 A. on Intercoastal
Waterway.

3 BR, 2 bath house on Intra-
coastal Waterway: cent. h&
a, boat slip, work shop.
Eveline Weber,
Reg. R. E. Broker
648-5870 - 648-8958


PORT ST. JOE
Well kept 2 bedroom home,
insulated walls and ceiling,
ceramic tile bath, LR, DR
and eat-in kitchen, screen-
ed porch, carport, carpets,
drapes, stove, refrigerator,
neW antenna, well for wat-
ering yard and other extras.
Well landscaped yard on
corner lot. Shown by ap-
pointment.

Three bedrooms, plus large
sewing or utility room,
plenty of storage, carport,
screened porch. Refrigera-
tor and stove included. FHA
approved. Small down pay-
ment plus closing. 515 8th St.
HANNONINSURANCE
AGENCY
Frank Hannon, Broker
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133


NOTICE
As of the date of the first
publication of this notice, May
17, 1979. I will no longer be
responsible for any debts in-
curred by anyone other than
fnyself.
Charles H. Ingram
4t 5-17

NOTICE
As of the date of the first
publication of this notice, May
17, 1979. I am not responsible
for any other bills incurred by
anyone other than myself.
Newton Bishop
4t 5-17


V.W. tow hitch for Beetle,
$30: 5 h.p. Sears riding
mower, works well, $75; 6
steel folding chairs, $2.50 ea.
or $12.50 for all. 648-8958 or
648-5870. It 5-31

Vox Jaguar organ and amp-
lifier, solid state circuitry,
four. complete octaves, com-
pletely portable, waterproof
carrying cover and fibre case,
reversible bass keys to play
independent, bass notes or
extend keyboard range, exc.
cond., $500. 648-5812. It 5-31

Kenmore compact refriger-


ator, coppertone, size 1812"x
NOTICE 1812 , like new, 150. Mexico
As of the date of the first Beach, 648-5812. It 5-31


publication of this notice, May
17, 1979, I will not be respon-.
sible for any debts other than
those incurred by me person-
ally.
Charlie Turner
4t 5-17

The VFW will meet the
second Tuesday of every
month at 7:30 p.m. at But-
ler's Restaurant tfc 5-31

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

There will be a regular coim-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M.,
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
J. L. SIMS, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.


Sell Those Unwanted Items

for Cash with A Classified Ad


BEACH LOTS

Between U. S. 98 and Gulf.
168' on water,' 164' on high-
way, over 250 feet. deep.
Prime investment at $42,-
000.00.

Commercial lots 90x190',
120x90' and 85x170' in Mexi-
co Beach Business Center.
Large commercial lot - 275'
frontage on Hwy. 98, 320' on
canal - strategic corner on
seagoing canal.

INDIAN PASS

Almost new home - quiet
location & close to beach.
3 bdrm, 2 bath, living rm,
'dining area, cen. h&a,
covered carport 'w-utility
rm, 9x12' storage shed in-
cluded. Priced in mid 30's.


CAPE SAN BLAS

2 large tracts available at
the right price: (1) one mile
from turnoff on the Cape;
(2) over 4000 feet fronting
the Gulf, extending to Hwy.
30, towards Indian Pass
from the curve. Signs on
property.


COMMERCIAL
Re'id Ave.-Ideal location
for hotel or could be con-
verted to shops or offices.
6100 sq. ft. brick building.
Heavily reinforced interior
columns, kitchen facilities,
30 rooms, 17 baths. Finan-
cing available at 8 per cent.


WHITE CITY

Owner will. finance - $6,000
down and balance at 9 per
cent. Recently remodeled 4
bdrm, 2 ba. home on 1.6
acres. A nice home and
affordable terms. Take ad-
vantage of this and own
your own home!

Large shade trees invite
cool country living in this
well cared for 3 bdrm, 2
bath home on approximate-
ly 2 bath home on approx-
imately 1 and a third acres.
Call today for an appoint-
ment.

3 bdrm, 1 bath, 6 yr. old
frame house. Sep. building
, with '2 bath could'be used
as shop or bdrm. Large
well-stocked fish pond on 4
acres of land. Can be sold as
house on 1 acre, $21,500 or
house and 4 acres, $32,500.

1920 sq. ft. metal building in
excellent condition. On 100'x
150' property. Would be an
ideal location for a conveni-
ence store in the front of the
building, and a laundromat
in the back portion. Selling
below replacement cost.
$22.000,

Brick 3 bdrm. 2 bath home.
garage, chain link fence.
Low down payment, ar-
range own financing, seller
will take a 2nd mortgage.
$23,500.


Need Yard Work Di
If Interested Ca:
229-8308


Alcoholics Anonym
Port St. Joe Serenity
Sunday 4:00 P.M. I
St. James Episcopal C

CAREFOOT SEPTIC
Septic Tank Clean
Phone 229-8007

Carpentry Work D
Reasonable Rate
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


LEWIS FLOOR CLE.
All Types
229-6482 or 229-644


Call for
TRACTOR WORI
648-5873
tfc;

SEARS IS AS CLOS]
YOUR TELEPHOI


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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

Phone 229-7232 Hurlbut Supply
Or Visit the Telephone Company e
Business Office 'tfc 1-4 306 Reid Ave.


FREE: Adorable kittens,
part Persian, to good homes.
Remember: June is adopt-
a-cat month! Call 229-8498
after 5:00 p.m. ltp 5-31

Early American twin-sized
beds, can be used as bunk
beds, mattresses, box springs
and frames all in good condi-
tion. $100.00. Call 648-5317
after 4:00p.m. 2tp 5-31

1971 30' Sportscraft, twin 10
6 cyl. Chev. engines, new
props, new outdrive reser-
voirs, stove & refrig., stand up
head; 110 V dockside service,
hull excellent all for $5,500.00.
Call 648-5071 or see at Over-
street. ltp 5-3

Various carpentry tools and
equipment, paint brushes and
many other related items. Can
be seen at the home of Mrs.
James Chewning, Mexico
Beach. All goes to highest
bidder. 648-5858. ltc 5-31

* 14' aluminum boat, good
cond., 'also includes trailer,
.$250.00.229-6132. ' tfc 4-12


one? Complete Wood Shop
lU Custom Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
2tc 5-24 Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
Mous paint, lumber.
Group Earley's Hardware &
EST Building Supply
Church Hwy. 98 W. 227-1763
- tfc 8-5
'TANK
ling BACKHOE WORK
OR RENTAL
tfc 11-30 Charles H. Stephens
227-1622 or 229-8032
one
s Psychological services for
anyone with problems in day-
tf2-2 'to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145. (24 hr.)
ANING -
Does your car or truck need
47 Alignment? See us. Front end
tfc 9-20 rebuilding, brakes, auto air
conditioning, hi speed on car
balancing. Over 22 years ex-
K perience. Phone for appoint-
ment. 1/2 mile east F.H.P.
2-15 office. 760-8639. East Point
Alignment, Hwy. 98, P. 0. Box
E AS 626, East Point, FL 32328.
NE! 12t 5-3


r_ --




Used Lumber. 2x6's, 1x6's
tongue and groove, reason-
able. Come by 602 Garrison, or
call 229-6326. tfc 5-24

"The Great Tide", written
by Rubylea Hall, former resi-
dent of Blountstown and Port
St. Joe is now available for
sale at the following places:
Pauline's Restaurant
, Ready Arts and Crafts Shop
Pate's Service Station
Hickory House
The Star
Gulf Sands Rest.. M.B.
Mexico Beach Groc., M.B.
Fiesta Food Store, M.B.
Kerigan M.B.
Beach Grocery, St. Joe
Beach
Mrs. Eunice H. Brinson,
telephone 229-8663, Port St.
Joe. 3tp 5-24

Trailer at Bryant's Landing,
227-1877. tfc 5-31

Three air conditioners, 1-
18,000 btu, 1-14,000 btu and
1-12,500 btu, all excel. cond.;
water bed, with heating unit
and frame. Kenmore gas
range, exc. cond. Call 229-8708.
tfc 5-31

23,000 btu Hotpoint air con-
ditioner. 229-6252.

Yard Sale: 4 families, 516
9th St., everything cheap,
Thursday and Friday.

Bed Sale: Hollanday Motel,
Mexico Beach; 15 beds, $25-
$50 ea. It 5-31

.15' Larson boat with 55 h.p.
Johnson motor, galvanized
trailer with electric wench.
648-8295. tfc 5-17

Three year old, %'s grey
Arabian-mare, green broke,
gentle. Phone 227-1278, 8-5;
227-1355 or 227-1768 after 5.

1975 Honda motorcycle, 360
cc, .good cond., low mileage,
$600. 229-6132. tfc 4-12

DRY cleaning carpets is
easier,' faster and safer with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 227-1251.
tfc 10-21

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

DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches to choose
from. Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store, 209 Reid
Avenue, phone 227-1730. tfc 1-4

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

Fiberglass resin, 30' W.J.
shrimp net, doors and scallop
drags; 24' shrimp boat, 200
h.p. Johnson and rocket tan-
dem trailer, all new. 648-8250.
tfc 3-1

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


Fi.lOrSaleH

1972 Gran Torino, 1977 Pinto
Wagon, Bill Brown, 227-1484.
2tp 5-31

1976 LaSabre Buick, 4 dr.
hdtp., white with black vinyl
roof, fully loaded, 28,000 miles.
One surfboard, $75. 229-6794
after 5. 2tc 5-24

1976 Olds 98, 4 "dr., full
power, $4,000 or best offer.
648-5395. tfc 5-17

, 1972 Cad)ac, excellent
cond., reaso rily priced. 229-
8664. tfc 4-19

75 Chevrolet, longwheel
base pickup, 350 eng., power
brake, auto trans. Call 227-
1234. tfc 2-22

"Common sense is the shortest
line between two points."
Emerson


Nice furnished 2 bedroom
house, auto. heat & air cond.,
screen porch, closed garage,
carpet, queen size furniture,
chain link fence front & back.
No inside pets. 229-6777 after 7
p.m. tfc 4-19

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. C-30. Come out
and enjoy the quiet. Call 229-
6105. No pets. tfc 2-22

Small furnished house at St.
Joe Beach. 227-1549 or 648-
5144. tfc 5-17

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

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

THAMES HOTEL
Daily - Weekly -
Monthly Rates
Air Conditioned
Television
302 Reid Ave. 229-8723
tfc 1-4

Two bdrm. furnished apt.
on the Gulf. By the day,
week or month. No pets
allowed. Ski Breeze Camp-
site, 9 miles s. of Port St.
Joe on C-30.: 229-6105;
tfc 4-26


Real nice 22' camper parked
on Gulf side of Hwy. C-30,
sleeps 4, completely furnish-
ed, including all linen, tak-
ing reservations' for sum-
mer beginning now thru
Sept. By day with 2 day
min., by the week and by the
month. Ski Breeze Camp
Sites. 904-229-6105. No pets.
tfc 3-29






Immediate opening fulitime
driver. Start $4.02 advance to
'$4.22 in 3 months with full
fringe benefit package. Must
be 25 or. over, .have Florida
chauffeur's license. No acci-
dent or moving traffic viola-
tion past three years, bond-
able. Pass company physical
and D-O.T. test. Pick up and
deliver small packages,
weighing up to 60 lbs. each
,using company van. Must re-
side Port St. Joe, layover in
Tallahassee. Applications and
interviews, Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m.
to noon, in person at 1030 Kis-
simmee, Tallahassee (corner
Mills and Kissimmee). Equal
Opportunity Employer, M-F.
tfc 5-3


June Schedule

for Aluminum

During June, Reynolds
Aluminum Recycling Mobile
Unite will be at the County
Dock, Boat Base, Avenue E
and Waters St., Tuesdays,
June 5 and 19, from 11:30 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m., to pay the public
20 cents a pound for their
aluminum.
"Youngsters out of school
for summer vacation can earn
spending money by recycling
aluminum beverage cans. Col-
lecting the aluminum could be
combined with summertime
outdoor activities such as
visits to beaches, parks and
campgrounds," said Dave
Vardell, District Manager,
Reynolds Aluminum Recy-
cling Co.
"This is a great way to earn
money, while you're helping to
keep our recreational ,areas
litter free," Vardell ,added.
Reynolds pays 20 cents a
pound for all-aluminum .


r~r r ~~'r .''9,r'~' ~l '1
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PAGE SIX


Need Your Yard Mowed?
Phone 227-1568
4tc 5-31

HOUSE BUILDING &
REMODELING
General Contracting
Harvey Allen
229-6107
4tp 5-31

Griffin's Refrigeration &
,Air Conditioning Repair
All Types Appliance Repair
Heating & Cooling Contractor
Electrical Contractor
Authorized GE & Hotpoint
Service
Phone 229-8586
tfc 3-15

SMALL APPLIANCE
REPAIR
Irons, toasters, blenders, cof-
fee makers, hair dryers,
ovens, fryers, etc. Other ap-
pliance work also. Contact G.
L. Sullivan, 116 Westcott Cir-
cle, Port St. Joe, after 5 p.m.
tfc 5-17

Call
GENE DANIELS
BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Any Kind
Phone 229-6935
5tp 4-26

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

GLEN'S CABINET SHOP
Kitchen Cabinets -
Vanities - Mill Work
Cabinet Hardware & Tops
412 Monument Ave.,
Port St. Joe
Glen Combs
229-6017
tfc 1-4


-- MEXICO BEACH --


- ST. JOE BEACH -


LAWN MOWER
REPAIR SERVICE
Time to get those mowers
repaired & ready to make
yard work easier. Also re-
pairs on Outboard Motors
Free Pick-up & Delivery
227-1783
Wallace Bishop 227-1783
1st St., White City


648-5011

ELDON B. MILLER, REALTOR - Associate Patty Miller

- Associates -


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


II


SERVICES











~A~Li .?


Baseball awards were presented to these five young men Improved; Castledera Gant, Best Fielder; Tim Beard, All
last Thursday evening at the annual baseball banquet. Shown Conference and Best Hitter; Ronald Miller, Most Enthusias-
with their awards, are, left to right: Kevin Watts, Most tic. -Star photo
Valuable Player and All Conference; David Fowler, Most


(Baseball Team Has Annual


Awards Banquet In Watts Home


The Port St. Joe Sharks
' baseball team held its annual
awards banquet this past
Thursday evening.
3> The Sharks enjoyed a suc-
cessful season, winning their
':District competition by de-
- eating Chattahoochee and
Blountstown.
In the awards ceremony
following supper, Best Fielder
award went to Caltledara
Gant; Most Enthusiastic Ato
Ronald Miller; Best Hitter to
Tim Beard; and Most Im-
proved to David Fowler.
Highlighting the ceremony
was the presentation of the
Most Valuable Player award
to Kevin Watts, who caught
for the Sharks during the
._-season. Kevin. Watts and Tim
Beard were given All Con-
ference awards; Steve Peak
and David Fowler received
honorable mentions.

CARD OF THANKS
A special thanks for the
- kindness shown to me during
my recent surgery at -Gulf
:,Coast Hospital. The thought-
fulness of your prayers, cards,
flowers and phone calls will
always be remembered and
appreciated.
A very special heartfelt
thanks to Jinks and Vernell
St. Clair for their love and
concern. Most of all, to my
family, all of them, to whom I
owe so much. I love you all.
Thelma Layfield


Baseball coach Kesley Colbert, left,
presents the Most Valuable Player award to


Kevin Watts at the annual baseball banquet
Thursday night of last week. -Star photo


Vince Taylor Is Four Years Old


Vince E. Taylor, Jr. cele-
brated his fourth birthday
Monday, May 21 with a party
at his home at 517 3rd St.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.


V.E. Taylor, Sr., and the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Miller and Mr. and
Mrs. James Graves, all of
Port St. Joe.


c a .




Vince E. Taylor, Jr.


Walk for Dimes

These four young people were" awarded
prizes for their participation in the March of
Dimes Superwalk held recently. Kelly
"ohnson, rear left, collected the most pledges,
.35, for her efforts in the Walk. Jack
'':rigan, rear right, was awarded a medallion
. for finishing the walk first. He amazed the
other walkers by jogging the 10-mile course in


an hour and 12 minutes. Four other
participants jogged the course in varying
times under two hours. The little girls in
front, at age nine, were the youngest walkers
participating, and both finished the entire 10
miles. Coincidentally, their birthdays were on
the same day. Miss Johnson received a
bronze-plated "Battered Foot" and a 10-speed
bicycle for her efforts for the March of Dimes
fight against birth defects. Mrs. Shirley
Ramsey, Port St. Joe Chairman of the March
of Dimes, made the presentation. -Star photo


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


PAGE SEVEN


Youth Musical Group Appearing


At Methodist Church On Sunday
"Promise", a contemporary guitarist, Fairhope, Ala.;
Christian musical group of Mark Owne, baritone, drum-
Nfrom Port St. Joe eight college young people will mer, Fairhope, Ala.; and Bix
be performing a concert at Rathburn, sound technician,
Hlt/ Sf* hool First United Methodist Panama City.


by Ellen M. Henderson


Thursday night, beginning
at 7:00 p.m., the National
Junior Honor Society held its
induction ceremony in the
Commons Area for new mem-
bers who were: Kaylen Big-
gens, Michael Bouington,
Wayne Bridges, Jim Brown,
Stewart Edwards, Holly Gra-
ham, Patrick Howard, Kelly
Johnson, Jay Lynn, Michael
Malone, Cynthia Miller, Nor-
ma Murray, Marty Neel, Tres
Parker, Susan Parker, Towan
Peters, Cathy Rish, 'Cynthia
Rogers, Cassandra Thomas,
Erik Tomlinson, Billy Wil-
liams, Charles Wood. and

Arts, Crafts

Show at

Mex. Beach
The Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce is sponsoring
the second annual Arts and
Crafts show and contest to be
held on Saturday, July 7, in the
Chamber of Commerce Build-
ing, Mexico Beach. Entries
will be accepted that same
morning, from 9 to 11 a.m.,
CST. Judging will follow, and
all entries will be on display
from 1 to 4.p.m.
There will be many cate-
gories including, paintings,
macrame, ceramics, wood
carving, needlepoint, crochet-
ing, knitting, sculpture, etc.
Ribbons will be awarded.
Entry blanks may be obtained
by writing to R. Wexler, Box
13338, Mexico Beach, Florida
32410.
A fee of fifty cents will be
charged per entry, with not
more than six entries by any
one artist.

Tammy Rushing

Graduates
Tammy Rushing, 20, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucious
Rushing, 1805 Garrison Ave-
nue, graduates June 1 from
Meredith Manor School of
Horsemanship, Waverly, West
Virginia.
Tammy will receive a Rid-
ing Master Diploma for her
nine months of study at
Meredith Manor, accredited
by the National Association of
Trade and Technical Schools.
The Riding Master Course is
-the equivalent of two years of
college. As a Versatility Rid-
ing major, Tammy has been
preparing for a career in the
horse industry to work with
both English and Western
horses. Upon graduation she
will be capable of offering
riding instruction as well as
,training and showing horses.
While a student, Tammy also
served on the yearbook staff.
A 1976 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, Tammy
plans to settle in the south
working with Arabian horses.


the members of the




invite you to meet with them:
Sunday Mcrrting Bible Study .........1.. 0:00 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship .............. 11:00 A.M.
Sunday Night ........................ 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night ..................... 7:00 P.M.

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



You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church

Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

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


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


Jerome Carnter,
Minister of Music


Nancy Wright.
The ceremony was read by
members; some who gave
self-written oracles. They
were: Janine Pierce - Scho-
larship; Gregory Wood - Citi-
zenship; Marjorie Schoelles -
Service; Patricia Raiford -
Leadership; Ellen Henderson
- Character.
Semester tests will begin
Thursday and continue
through Friday. These days
will end at 12:15 (EST) for
students only.
It has been my distinct
pleasure to have written the
School News of Port St. Joe
High School. It has been a
very fulfilling job, one which I
will long remember.
I hope you as a reader have
somehow gained benefit from
reading this column weekly
here in The Star.


Church on Sunday, June 3 at
7:30 p.m. The group consists
of members from "Two by
Two" of 1976 and 1978 who
ministered at the United Me-
thodist Church's beach project
in Panama City, "and from
"Promise" of 1977. "Pro-
mise" has performed exten-
sively in the southeastern
United States and has made
several recordings of their
own music.'
The three girls and five guys
are collectively from Hunting-
don College in Montgomery,
Ala., Auburn University in
Auburn, Ala., and Samford
University in Birmingham,
Ala. They are: Jeff White,
tenor, guitarist, Fairhope,
Ala.; Beverly Wilson, sopra-
no, Montgomery, Ala.; Mike
Bryan, tenor, pianist, Pensa-
cola; Alison Bailey, alto,
Greensboro, Ala.; Kim Cri-
der, soprano, Atlanta, Ga.;
David Hermecz, bass, ,bass


"Promise" is on a three
month tour of churches, uni-
versities, and coffee houses
throughout the southeastern
part of the United States this
summer performing original
music and popular' Gospel
selections. In addition to one
night concerts, they will pre-
sent 2-day seminars including
a concert, coffee house, dis-
cussion groups, Bible studies,
prepared talks, and recrea-
tion. The concert is free and
open to the public.


CARD OF THANKS
I would like to take this
opportunity to thank everyone
for the prayers, cards, flowers
and visits during my recent
stay in the hospital.
It is a comfort in knowing
that my friends are there in
my time of need.
Mrs. L.Z. Henderson


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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joel FIn. THURSDAY. MAY 31. 1979
I.


YOUR

HEALTH

E QUARTERS
Through these doors pass
the friendliest people we
know... our customers.
They know we're always
ready to serve as a handy
one-stop shopping center,
or as a health headquarters
in time of need.
Stop in today and meet our
Registered Pharmacist ..
You can rely on him to fill
your next prescription ac-
curately and promptly from
his complete, fresh stock of
pharmaceuticals.
BUZZETT'S
DRUG STORE
Ph. 229-8771 317 Williams


Adult Students

S to Graduate

The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute will hold its gradua-
tion ceremonies at the Port St.
- " �Joe High School 'gymna-
slum this Thursday, May 31,
at 8:00 p.m. The public is
' cordially invited to attend.


New Industry


Coming to Area


A new industry coming to
this area would provide low
cost housing, according to
Harry Avregian, a speaker at
the Kiwanis Club meeting
Tuesday.
According to Avregian, who
lives at Mexico Beach, a new
pre-cast concrete industry,
being built at, the airport in
Apalachicola, would provide a
new concept to the construc-
tion industry in this area,
providing components and
pre-cast concrete shells to
construct buildings and
homes.
The speaker said the new
concrete construction concept
gives the home building indus-
try housing and building parts
which can be put up quickly
and with a minimum of labor.
Utilizing a concrete formula
which can be saivn and nailed,
the new product has the trade
name of "Uniframe".
The speaker said the new
concrete can replace wood in
virtually every construction
application. "The only wood in
some houses would be the
kitchen cabinets", Avregian
said.


Plans are being made to
begin some production late
this year, and can provide
housing in the price range of
$12.00 per square foot.
Willie Renfro was inducted
into the club as a new
member.
Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers David Bray and
Chuck Stevens.


Two Cars

Collide

Two cars collided at the
intersection, of Main Street
and Avenue F Sunday evening .
about 7:45, according to rec-
ords of the Port St. Joe Police
Department.
The report shows that Wil-
liam Wayne Thomas had
stopped for a stop sign, then
proceeded on Main Street.
Barbara Jean Riley had been
parked in her car at the curb
of'Main and started up just as
Thomas' car approached.
The two vehicles side-
swiped each other. ,


* morning, with a chip truck, as Volunteer Ambulance personnel tend to Jane
Chip Ct Geeting. also of Wewahitchka, a passenger.in the Pelham auto. The police
Sp . Report showed that Mrs. Pelham pulled out of Third Street on to Highway 98 into
Port St. Joe Police Patrolman James Graves questions Mrs. Willie Mae the path of the truck, driven by Winston Dozier of Bonifay. Ms. Geeting was
Pelham of Wewahitchka, following an accident on Highway 98 last Thursday examined and released from Municipal Hospital. -Star photo


Friend Writes Letter of Condolence


Pedestrian Hit

A pedestrian, Hilton Sewell of 301 lola St., was struck
Saturday night at 10:30, by a vehicle driven by Robert Davis
of 1903 Long Ave., Port St. Joe. The accident occurred near
the Wonder Bar. The driver said he did not see Sewell. The
-accident is still under investigation, according to Trooper


"Mercy is nobility's true
badge." Shakespeare


Notices
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
FOR THREE ROADWAY PRO-
JECTS DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: PROJECT A - RESURFAC-
ING C-387.FROM S.R. 71 TO QUAIL
AVENUE, A DISTANCE OF 8.656
MILES; PROJECT B - RESUR-
* FACING OF NILES ROAD AND
SEVERAL STREETS IN THE OAK
,'GROVE COMMUNITY AREA, A
DISTANCE OF 2.895 MILES; PRO-
JECT C-THE RECONSTRUCTION
OF MONICA DRIVE AND BRENT
CIRCLE IN WARD RIDGE, A
DISTANCE OF 0.236 MILES.
THESE PROJECTS ARE'FOR
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, PORT ST. JOE, FLOR-
- IDA.
- Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the Board of County
-Commlssioners in Gulf County, Florida,
in the Courthouse in Port St. Joe,
Florida, until i:00a.m. on June 12, 1979,
for the above described projects.
Bids will be received and opened by
the Board of County Commissioners in
official session on June 12, 1979 at 9:00
a.m. and filed with the Clerk of the
Court. Tabulations and recommenda-
tions will be presented to the Board of
SCdnty Commissioners as soon as
possible after the opening.
Sets of drawings and contractual
agreement can be obtained from the
firm of Barrett, Daffin and Carlan, Inc.,
3100 Capital Circle, N.E., P.O. Drawer
12339, Tallahassee, Florida 32308. A fee
Sof $20.00 will be required for each set.
Payment in cash or check must
accompany all requests for drawings
and contractual agreement. Checks
shall be made payable to Barrett, Daffin
and Carlan, Inc., and are not refundable.
Bids will not be valid unless sealed in
an envelope and marked "Sealed Bid"
arnd identified by the name of the firm
bidding, name of project, and date and
time of bid opening.
Each bid must be accompanied either
by;a certified check upon an Incorpor-
ated Bank or by a bid bond with
Corporate Surety satisfactory to Gulf
County for not less than five percent of
the amount of the bid as guarantee that
the bidder will enter into contract with
Gulf County within ten consecutive days
after written notice of award.
The County reserved the right to waive
informalities in any bid, to reject any or
all bids with or without cause, and-or to
accept the bid that in Its best judgment
will, be for the best interest of Gulf
County. Any workdone pursuant'to these
bids will be paid for out of the fifth pnd
sixth cent gas tax funds.
Done by order of the Board of County
Commissioners this 22nd day of May,
1979.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core, Clerk
GULF COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
W.R. I'Billy" Branch, Chairman
2tc 5-31 6-7


DUDLEY HALL


Recruiting

Officer
Sfc Dudley Hall has open
the U.S. Army Recruiti
office at 106 Reid Ave. T
office hours are Mond
through Friday from 8:30 a.
until 5:00 p.m. each day. T
office services all of G
County and anyone coming
from surrounding counties
Sfc Hall has been an ar
recruiter for the past ten a
one half years. His militia
career spans twenty one yea
with two years in Germa
and two years in Viet Na
with the 101st ABN Divisio
Sfc Hall is looking forwa
to working with the young nm
and women who are interest
in going into the military. F
further information he may
contacted at 229-6007.


Pittman Receiv

Stetson Degre
During graduation exei
ses at Stetson University
May 20, Earnest Char
Pittman of Port St.
received a B.A. degree
physical education.


Herschel Hill of the Florida Highway Patrol.
In the photo above, volunteers with the Gulf County
Ambulance Squad administer emergency aid to Sewell, who
was transported to Municipal Hbspital, and treated for leg
injuries. Administering aid (bending over) are: Susan'
Bigelow, Barbara Stucki, Barbara Weeks, Sheila Harper and
Catherine Ramsey. Standing from left, are; Jenks St. Clair,
Robert Davis, Ed Weeks, Trooper Hill and Beth McLeod,
ambulance volunteer. -Star photo


George Y. Core received
this letter of condolence last
week after the death of his
wife, Malrgaret. Core wanted
to share the letter with his
friends and asked us here at
The Star to re-print it for him.

Dear George:
I condole with you. We have
lost a most dear and valuable
relation, but it is the will of
God and Nature that these
mortal bodies be laid aside
when the soul is to enter real
life. It is rather an embryo
state, a preparation for living;
a man is not completely bourn
until he is dead.
Why then should, we grieve
that a new child is born among
the immortals, a new member.
added to their happy society?
We are spirits. That bodies
should be lent us, while they
can afford us-pleasure, assist
us in acquiring knowledge, or
doing good to our fellow-
creatures, is 'a kind and
benevolent act of God. When
they become unfit for these
purposes, and afford us pain
instead of an aid they become
an incumbrance and answer
none of the intentions for


SJPC Fine Upheld


P A Gulf County Circuit Court decision
requiring St. Joe Paper Company to pay
damages for violation of Florida air quality
regulations was upheld by the First District
Court of Appeal in Tallahassee Tuesday of
' last week.
R. L. Caleen, Jr., general counsel for the
Florida Department of Environmental Regu-
lation (DER), stated ,that the case is
significant because it shows the dilemmas the-
state continually faces in its efforts to
regulate and protect its fragile environment.
"Florida's environmental standards must be
strictly enforced. At the same time, persons
subjected to those standards must be treated
fairly in.each individual case."
The case arose because the company
could not meet a state pollution standard that
limits the amount of "flyash" particulate a
by-product of the processing of pulpwood into
paper-which could be emitted into the air
after July. 1, 1975.
ned St. Joe Paper and the Florida DER had
ing entered into an agreement which allowed
the limited emissions of flyash while pollution
ay control facilities were being installed between
nm July 1, 1975 and January 1, 1976.


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CARD OF THANKS
Thanks to the people of Gulf
County and the surrounding
area for your many acts of
kindness over the past three
years of Margaret Core's
illness. You were most gra-
cious when the end came.
Please accept our love and
our sincere appreciation for
the beautiful floral arrange-
ments, the food. letters and
cards, the contributions to the
cancer society and to the
Church and for your telephone
calls, your personal visits and
especially for your encourag-
ing words of love and under-
standing.
All of these were most
precious to our family; how-
ever, it was your prayers that
gave us the energy and
courage to never give up.
The family of Margaret
Belin Core


The agreement required the company to
pay damages of $100 per day for each day it
violated the flyash regulation after January 1,
1976. However, the deadline was extended to
July 1, 1978 after the company requested the
extension in court, citing an error in
equipment design making it impossible to
comply. Attorneys for DET agreed with the
court that the extension was given .. "in an
effort to give St. Joe Paper Company a fair
opportunity to comply with certain . new
environmental regulations . . ."
In its appeal, St. Joe Paper asserted
certain stipulations in the agreement were
unclear and that it was permitted to operate
one of its boilers during the extension without
liability. The State disagreed.
The First District Court of Appeal
rejected the company's argument and
affirmed the finding by Gulf County Circuit
Court that the company was in violation of the
air pollution standard for 701 days, requiring
it to pay damages of $70,100.
The monies will be deposited in the state's
Pollution Recovery Fund and used to restore
polluted areas to their former condition.


INTERESTED IN

Central

Air Conditioning?

We install central units in
your present home, or homes

under construction

"We service what we sell"


Robert Peaden

Heating and Air Conditioning
2615 Canal Ave., Panama City


763-4637


763-2210


which they were given; it is
equally kind and benevolent
that a way is provided by
which we may get rid of them.
Death is that way. We,
ourselves, prudently choose a
partial death, in some cases. A
mangled, painful limb which
cannot be restored, we wil-
lingly cut off. He who plucks
out a tooth, parts with it
freely, since the pain goes
with it; and he that quits the


ATTENTION
Any citizen of the City of Prt
St. Joe who is concerned about
the problem of large (or
small) dogs running loose on
the streets and creating pro-
blems for joggers, older citi-
zens who enjoy walking and
people who like to keep their
lawns free of feces, please call
229-6246, 227-1819, 229-6108 or
229-8372.


whole body parts at once with
all the pain and possibilities of
pains and diseases it was
liable to or capable of making
him suffer.,
Margaret and we, like her,
are invited aboard to a party
of pleasure that is to last
forever. Her carriage was


first ready and she is gone
before us; we could not
conveniently start together;
and why should you and I be
grieved at this, since we are
soon to follow, and we both
Jknow where to find her?

Sincerely,
A dear friend


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS, LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT, TRACTORS, MOTORCYCLES, TRUCKS
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR. NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER.

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
Pr229-8222S oeF ..639-5711


Save



your shoes...


Let our classified pages


do the walking for you.


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


The Star


Phone 227-1278


306-308 Williams Ave.


----7


THE STAR, Port St. Joe; Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


PAGE EIGHT












In Five Straight Games




Raffield's Wins Lions




Softball Tournament


Raffield's Fisheries of Port St. Joe
was the victor in the fifth annual Port
St. Joe Lions Club softball tournament
held here this past week end.
'The 10-team open tournament
featured some of the better teams in the
area competing in the double elimina-
tion play.
In taking the title, Raffield's won
five straight games downing Pendle-


ton's 76'ers, 18-10; Austin Machine,
20-5; West Brothers, 24-16; Commer-
ford Quail Farm, 20-5 and in the
championship game, downed Quincy
Recreation Department, 11-10.

Quincy Recreation Department
took runner-up honors by battling back
in the losers bracket after having lost in
the winner's bracket to Commerford
Quail Farms.


Most Valuable Player honors went
to Pat Patterson of Raffield's Fisheries
who rolled up a .625 batting average,
coupled with four home runs. Pat also
provided the winning hit in the finals,
hitting a double in the bottom of the
seventh inning with one out, scoring
Daniel Miller, to break a 10-10 tie.
All proceeds from the tournament
will be used in area and state sight
conservation programs.


TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS: Mathes, David Wood, Bill Dodson,
Raffield's Fisheries of Port St. Joe won Jerry Taunton, Jimmy Cox, Mike Todd,
the fifth annual Lions softball tourna- Ken Haddock, Clayton Wooten and
ment here last week end. Shown above, Jerry Gaskin. Front row, left to right:
back row, left to right are: Larry


On May 24th the Thursday
night ladies league started
their second week of action'
with the following results.
On lanes one and two the
Athletic House led by Faye
Capps (sub.) won three games
from Team Number 8 with a
434 series. Brenda Mathes
(sub.) lead Team Number 8


with a 486 series.
Murphy's and Team Num-
ber 5 met and Murphy's came
away with a four game win.
Janet Murphy rolled a 404
series for Murphy's. Lisa
Given rolled a 169 game and a


387 series to pace Team
Number 5.
Studio 98, led by Cathy
Blackburn's i72 game and 440
series, won four games from
the Ace's. Debra Treace
paced the Ace's with a 279
series.
The Surefoots dropped four
games to Team Number 3.
Eva Hogue paced the Sure-
foots with a 417 series. Irene
Burkett was high bowler for
Team Number 3 with a 448
series.
Standings W L
Team 3 8 0
Murphy's 8 0
Athletic House 7 1


Pat Pattersofi, Mike White, Gil SI
Daniel Miller and Bubba Harmon
bat boys are Woody Borders
Haywood Shealy. -Star


Studio 98
Surefoots
Ace's
Team 8
Team 5


Gospel Sing

Highland V
There will be a Gosp
Saturday night, June 2
p.m. at the Highland
Church of God.
Rev. William Touchto
tor of the church, i
everyone to come and hi
Corbin family sing.


F High Speed

Doesn't Save

Much Time
healy,
i. The Drivers who drive at 65
and miles per hour on a 200 mile
photo trip will arrive at their
destination only 34 minutes
earlier than those who drive 55
said the Florida Highway
4 4 Patrol recently.
3 5 Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
1 7 trol director said, "Very few
1 7 200 mile trips being made
0 8 would be affected by arriving
34 minutes later. If drivers
would seriously think what
at they will be doing during,the
first few minutes after their
iew arrival, they could probably
drive at 55 with no trouble on
el Sing most trips."
at 7:30 The difference between 65
View mph and 55 imph on a 50 mile
trip is only nine minutes.
)n, pas- Drivers who drive 60 mph on
nvites a 100 mile trip will get there
ear the only nine minutes earlier than
those driving 55..


MOST VALUABLE PLAYER award was Buzzett. Patterson plays for the .Raffield .
presented to Pat Patterson, shown above, Fisheries team. --Star photo
left. Presenting the award is Lion Rex


'Looking

Today's hopeful home buy- Lawton Chies
ers are faced with high led a Housiu
housing prices and record- ence in Tamp
high mortgage interest rates. planning to
But-aceording to the Florida mendations.-l
Home Builders Association, ence to re
lawmakers and industry lead- federal regu
ers are seeking methods of ing.
bringing housing within the Also, Flori
reach of more Florida fami- Graham hel
lies. . Conference
"Housing costs are in- Community
creasing 1:5 percent per March and
month and mortgage interest commendation
rates in Florida may go higher improve hou
than their current ten and one many aimed
quarter to eleven percent cessive gdve
range," predicted Herbert A. tions which c
Ross, president of the 9,500 indicated c
member building industry or- nearly 20 per
ganization. a $50,000 hon
"But for the first time, we Governme
can say that government has just one fa
joined with.the housing indus- housing cost
try in looking for ways to Others are i
reduce housing costs and cost of lan<
increase home financing op- makes up 25
portunities," added Ross. cost of a new
Ross said that. U.S. Senator. material incr


Tips On Getting

S.S. Information
People getting social secur-
ity checks who write or call
about their monthly benefits
should remember to always
include their claim number in
their inquiry, David Robinson,
Social Security Representa-
tive for gulf County, said
recently.
The claim number is a nine
digit number followed by a,
letter (A, B, C, D, E, etc.). It
appears on all correspondence,
thai social security sends. It is
also shown on each benefit
check.
There are other items that
each notice a person 'sends
should include, Robinson said.
These include: Name of per-
son or persons about whom the
report is made; what is being
reported; date it happened;
the person's signature; and
-the person's address.
Help is available at the
Panama City Social Security
Office, located at 30 West
Government Street. The tele-
phone number is 769-4871.


THE TIME IS NOWI
- IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
WE PROVIDE * GOOD PAY
* EXPERT TRAINING * EDU-
CATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
* MANY OTHER GREAT BENE-
FITS, .
TRY ONE OF THESE (NO EX-
PERIENCE NEEDED):
CALL: (904) 763-4301
Tg. Ron WV2loce. '601-B IsinbyAve.
Panama City. FL 32401

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percent rang


for Methods to Cut Home Building Costs

s (D-Florida) cal- inflation, which adds costs to . .
ng Costs Confer- virtually all aspects of the "' " , - "' ' "
a last year and is construction business. ."".
use the recom- "In addition toorking with . . . -'
from the.cnnfer--... Ial governments fa reduce '
duce ekeessived uninedessary regulations t"*''* ,. -.
nations on hous- which drive up housing costs,
our affiliated National Asso-, ' '
da Governor Bob citation of Home Builders is 7.

on Housing and graduated payment mortgage " - ... . ..'*....,
Development in to help house families of l'
received 139 re- moderate income," said Ross. :%
ons on ways to The graduated payment '.
using, including mortgage, already being used. "y .
at reducing ex- in many parts of the state,...
ernment regula- allows for lower monthly.. ..
one recent study payments in the early years of
wouldd .comprise mortgage. Payments increase ''
cent of the cost of over a five or ten year period . .' '
ne. when the 'family's personal . .
nt 'regulation is income is expected to in- .
victor in rising crease. The national home " ' '
s, reports Ross. builders association is re-
increases in the questing Congress to approve 24,500/24,000 BTU/Hr.
d, which today a 15-year -period in which HIGH EFFICIENCY * Deluxe Front *.
percent of the payments would increase so 3-speed fan * Energy Saving Options
home; building families in the $15,000 - $24,000 (intermittent fan and adjustable ther-ions 12,000 B U/ r.
eases in the 16-17 -income range could afford the. (intermittent fan airnd adjustable terrection 2-way HIGH EFFICIENCY 115 volt * De
;e annually; and initial house payments., air chanlr control (Exhaust/Fresh luxe Fromn * Enerav Savin Option:


II,


8000 Series. Twelve different bat-
teries are specifically designed for
starting snowmobiles and tractors.
powering golf cars and trolling motors -
and powering boat accessories.


Easy-to-install Echlip kit fits Volks-
wagon. Toyota and Datsun autos.
Includes contacts, rotor, condenser,
distributor cap. 501077A


TUNE UP KIT BLUE MAX WAX



S eg$699


Off List
Easy-to-install Echlin tune ui kits fit' Self-polishing wax provides deep.
all American-made cars. Includes long-lasting shine without buffing.
contacts, rotor, condenser. distribu- Gives durable protection against
tor Cap. 491077A weather. 2900-16 oz.
NAPA GOLD HAT BELT & HOSE SET

50%


FREE
SWith $10.00 purchase
Rugged Modac fan belt and radiator
A NAPA Professional Gold Hat is hose-the best combo around for
available to you at your NAPA store., any cooling system. Carry a spare
941077A set for emergencies. 291077A
come in to a NAPA store today.

j St. Joe Auto Parts
- 201 Long Ave. Phone 229-8222
. f. we help keep America moving


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


PAGE NINF-














COUNTY WIDE SUPER SALE - Co


4 Lb. Morton
Ice Cream Salt 3/$100


Tis.


Cha


4 Roll


Limit .1.
more


Kraft Jet
MARSHMALLOW


. .0 z.
10 Oz. 3/si


7/4 Oz. Luxury 4
MACARONI & CHEESE 3/
Lemon Tree
LEMONADE MIX Tria lSize


ICE CREAM MIX
Argo W.K. or C.S.
corn 303 4/I1" �


32 Oz. Fine Fare
Mayonnaise
3 Ring 32 Oz.
AnnlIA IJll


$11s


3/$1


Jim Dandy
GRITS


1,L .-; .2
1 Lb.'


Goldeei Flake Single
Plain, BBQ, SR Cream & Onion
Reg. 89 C
Potato Chips 690


ppIc Jci y * Bug Spray * Bug Spray
Fine Fare All Purpose Pt. Jars . Qt. Jars
Detergent 42 oz. 9 � Pt. Jars


l^---*- ^- /
I i
Sweetheart
^Bread*TI*^
^1^^_Large^^
PLoaves


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e One , Come Al,, Enjoy the Values!!


9 Lives, All Flavors, Tuna & Liver
Cat Food .3/89


2 Oz. Strained' Gerber


with
Food


303 Argo Green
LIMA BEANS 1


Sweetheart
Bread MO1
Sweetheart C
Buns .kgs. 2/89


Large EGGS

Dozen 59 C
1 Lb. Mrs. Filbert's
MARGARINE 2/88
Farmbest 1Q
-RINKS Gal. $119
Weight Watchers 2-8 Oz.
MARGARINE Tubs 59'
'/ al. Farmbest
BUTTERMILK 99"


M eadow Gold
Ice Cream
|/ Gal. $ .39
16-0z. Minute Maid
ORANGE JUICE $119
ii Oz. Fine Fare
,PE SHELLS 2/99�
Mrs. Paul's
FISH STICKS 9 oz. 99W
-'Oz. Fine Fare
TOPPING 2/99'


*' .*"*' ''.-'* !.''- * * ,.









FOODLINER .. ....
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchkai


AT







5 lb. BAG


r DAVID RICH'S IGA, PLEASING YOU
IS WHAT PLEASES US ! !1
: 'Vil


PREMIUM GRADE
Cut Up Fryers lb.


Prices Good
May 30-June 5


BULK ATE
U.S. POSTAGE
8.4c PAIDI
Permit No. I
Wewahitchka,.
BOX
HOLDER


S^lb. ' Limit 3 ,
Quartered Fryers
6:( .flb.68 ' AC


^ Limit I with $10





USDA CHOICE TABLERITE BONELESS
Chuck Steak. . . . . . .
TABLERITE LEAN
Boneess Stew.... . 'lb.
TABLERITE LEAN
Cube Chuck Steak. . lb.
TABLERITE LEAN
% Asst. Pork Chops...
Center Cut Rib Chops .. b.
SLICED
Slab Bacon ...... . lb.


ATA BUY


$198

$188

$218
$129
$179
$ 119


SUNNYLAND SAUSAGE
Breakfast Links
LYKES REG. OR BEEF
Wieners. . . ..
IGA
Cooked Ham ..
IGA
Baked Picnics.

Dry Salt Meat.


Swift's Prem. Canned


k . "AIo -.M
FROZN FOD D HALFEN


IGA DELICIOUS ASSORTED FLAVORS

ICE MILK Limit 2

Banquet Assorted Supper
Birds Eye Little Ears Corn
IGA Whip Topping....

IGA Pie Shells ...


HALF 'r"
GALLON o
s32 .oz. 1


8 6 3 8 * 131/2oz. SIZE 6 9


* a


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~ TLI( nflr iV I. n rt'Tf~flT


SHELL
PKGS.


D A IRY EPRT E.


TROPICANNA DELICIOUS

ORANGE JUICE
IGA Pure Vegetable Oleo....
Kraft Cheese Singles MILD COLBY


2 QTS.
FOR
*.3..


a a a PKG.


IGA Biscuits (BUTTERMILK OR SWEETMJLK) . a � a
Sealtest Light N' Lively Yogurt A ORS


I'FGH IFL TON LOKW. TA UC


Sweet Ga. Peaches 2 Lb. Basket
Fresh Blackeye Peas 2 Lb. Bag


Pickling Cucumbers
Ruskin Tomatoes
Crisp Lettuce
Sweet Cantaloupes
Ripe Watermelons


2 Qt. Basket
2 Lb. Tray
2 Heads for
2 for
$1.00 and Up


~1


This is the season to Start Canning and Stocking Your Freezer with the Freshest
Vegetables at lowest prices. We also have a large variety of Canning Supplies: Jars, SureJell,
Lime, Alum, Pickling Spices, Vinegar, Freezer Bags, Etc.


49 OZ. PKG.









THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla THURSDAY, MAY 31. 1979 PAGE THIRTREN


- W NOTICE OF TAX SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 197.062, FLORIDA STATUTES, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
THURSDAY, THE 31st DAY OF MAY; 1979, at 2:00 P.M., EDT, TAX SALE CERTIFICATES WILL BE
, SOLD ON THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBEDLANDS TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES HEREIN
� SET OPPOSITE THE SAME, TOGETHER WITH ALL COSTS OF SUCH SALE AND ALL
ADyERTISING. SALE TO BE HELD AT. THE GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE AT PORT.ST. JOE,
COUNTY OF GULF, FLORIDA.
D!CT0, REW. 0 S
DEiams waIO AMMM
32 .-5 8-WHITFIELD ETHEL & JO ANN 57.6
PER DEED RECeD dK 25/268 $7.66
V 6 8-HALL ROBERT J.' 0 23 "
ORB 47/288 $10.99
9 6 8-WHITFIELD ETHEL 8 JO ANN 0 62
PER DEED RECD ORB 36/714 #.66
FROM DAVIS
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
NEI/4 OF SWIl/4 OF SECTION 5 TWP 7
S RGE 8 WEST *
LOTS 60 BY 130 FT . ..;*
--EDDINS EARL L. : 9 122.010
WHITFIELD ACRES $1765"
REC'D ORB 55/683 FROM.RILEY $17.65
WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION OF
NWI/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECTION
5 TWP 7 S R 8 WEST
--CAMPSALL JO ANN WHITFIELD W 197
BLK F WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION - $79.28
LOT 5. 190 B$Y 210 FT.
WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
TO HOWARD CREEK.
--BROGDON JJULIUS 0. 0 214
BLK 2, WHITFIELD ,ACRES SECOND ADDITION $5.98
LOT 2
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
SWI/4 OF SEl/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--BAILEY ANDREE F. -9 345
LK. 1 MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 1- 4. 19.29
* "' . .ILOT "4
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT 'O. 2 -
S.WI/4 OF SElI/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--HOLMES JOSEPH BALTp , 354
BLK 2 MAGNOLIA ESTATES,' UNIT NO. 2 .44.31
> ; , L O T - . 4 " ' " +' .
S;KENTUCKEY. LANDING, SUD.
UNIT NO. I IN SECTION 9/4/9 .
--CAULEY KATIE G . . " ' 484
BLK I KENTUCKEY LANDING SU0D. 136.85
. LOT 8
16 4 9-DEESE DUELL' H. & FANNIE * 515.001
-* REC'D ORB 61/630 FROM GASKIN $22.79
BEING. A 75 FT. BY *'25 FT. LOT $2279
A 20 BY 75 FT. STRIP ORB 68/320
'RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. I SECTION 30/4/9
--BURCH RALPH EUGENE ET UX 58b4.
BLK A RED.BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNET,NO. 1 53,84
LOT 1 ' '
"-NOLIND RAY E. ET UX. ., 9 586.050
BLK E RED BULL ISLAND SUB0. UNIT NO. 1 $12.88
- LOT, 1:
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
* UNIT NO. 2 SECTION 30 T 4 R 9
--'CARPENTER A. A. 0 616.,041
SBLK 0 ': RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT 2 $9,31
S 1/2 OF LOT 4 - ' ,5
-CARPENTER A. A.' 9 616.050
BLK 0 RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95
LOT 5
- ,> --CARPENTER A. A. 9 616.060
B LK D RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95
S-CARPENTER A. A. - 0 616.070
-BOLK D RED BULL ISLAND SU80. UNIT NO. 2 '$15.95
LOT' L
SCHUMNEY, EDWARD 617.M09
BLK G RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT. NO. 2 $15.95
* - "' ' LOT 3 .
S--CHUMNNY EDWARD I 618
OLK G RED" BULL ISLAND SUBDo UNIT. NO. 2 . 15,95
. � �LOT 4
S-BURKE LYDIA B. & SALLY GRODIS 0 619.040
, BLK J RED BULL ISLAND SUBOD. UNIT NO. 2 $43.62:
. LOT 4 ORB 72/144
--STRICKLAND G. W. & LOIS # 621.040
BLK K " REO BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2 w $29.29
* 'LOT 16
--BUTLER HAROLD Mo. ' .627.
BLK M RED BULL .ISLAND SUBID. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95
. + LOT 16 .
--BUTLER HAROLD M. # 627.030
,BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SOBD. UNIT NO. 2 $15.95
L O T 1 9 ' - I I , ' . . . .I
-BUTLER HAROLD M. , 627.040
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT'NO. .2 $22.11
LOT 20 & I ACRE-ADJOINING
RED BOLL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3 3
SIN U.S. GOV'T L-UT' 2 FRACTL. . . *
SECTION 30 T , SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST
GULF COUNTY' FLOR.IA ,-
S--BAKER JAMES G. 640003
dLK A. RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3 . $59.98
LOT 2
0OCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
S . UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER
--**L-CARTER LOSTON ... . 64i.6,11
BLI( -, ,COCHR'AN LANDING PROP. wUNRCORDED 7,68
LOT 12 .' ..
31 4 9-NORRIS'THOMAS C. 9 668.010
REC'D ORB 60/340 FROM HARDY $53.81
19 -5 9-TRAYLOR LOIS "- -. 9 739
GULF STA. FR." GASKIN ORB 35/6 $177.72
GULF COUNTY FARMS INC. CONSISTING
OF 49 FARM TRACT IN SECTION 19 **
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST ON ***
- THE WEST SIDE OF STATE,RDiO. 71
20 5 9-MAYHANW BILLY JUE Er UX . 9 760
REC'OD ORB 71/639 FROM FOSTER $68.67
A STRIP OF LAND IN THE NEC OF
NW1/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECT 20 & *5*
JOINING UP TO TINDELL. $*5
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIVE REPLAT UNIT NO. I
BY. JOE T. LAND IN SECTION 31 T 4
RANGE 9 WEST, GULF COUNTY. FLA.
--WARL TILMAN E. ET UX # 807
3BLK J RIVERSIDE PARK SURD. UNIT.NO 1 1$31.16
K --LISENBY GEORGE & MYRTIS 9 850
SBLK 7 RIVeRSIDE PARK SUB. UNIT NO 1 $19.44
LOT 7 r19.
--GRIFFEN RAYMOND J. 0 853
dLK 8 RIVERSIDE PARK SUB. UNIT NO 1 '$28.43
LOTS 1. 2.
TWIN LAKES SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
BY JOE T LAND SECT 36/3/10
--DUNN GENE F'i ET UX # 897.010
BLK 13 TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO I $146.92
LOT 18 $146.92
TWIN LAKES SUBD; UNIT NO 1
BY JOE T. LAND UNRECORDED
29 5 9-SMILEY JOHN M. 9 933
N1/2 OF NWI/4 OF NEl/4.& 5.07 AC. $113.97
FR ROGERS & I, AC FRUM ROBERS ORd
31/556 & ORB 44/587 LESS 11 ACRLS
-TO CLEVE KEVER
29 5 9-B3RYANT W. 0. 1 941.001
2A LOT OF LAND FR. FOREHAND BEING $36.82
SS 165 FT E 963.29 FT W TO RD. 6 "
NORTHWESTERLY 181.25 FT. TO POB
DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
- IN NW1/4 OF SECT 34/5/9 6 PART
OF FRACTL SECT. 27/5/9
--FERNANDEZ CARL L7. / 9 1025
BLK 8 DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION $39.56
35 5 9-WHITFIELD ETHEL &, JOE ANN . . 1044
REC'D BK 27/156 LESS LOT TO $7,69
HORTON
WINUNA GARDENS SUBD.
OF W 1/2 OF SECTION 5/6/9
26 3 10-WICKS C. J. 9 1197
LOT 60 FT WIDE. & RUNNING BACK TO $22.79
N LINE OF SECTION 25
BURGESS CREEK SUBDIVISION
IN SECTION 18 T, 5 R19 GULF COUNTY
--WICKS C. J. 3 1225
BLK 2 BURGESS CREEK SUBDIVISION $19.44
LOT II & N 100,FT OF . I -0
IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
SECT 25 T 3 R 10
--CARTER CHARLES A. 9 1289
BLK 3 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT I $15.24
LOT 6
RIVE-RSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION BY S..
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMdER CO. *4$
BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9
--INGRAM CLIFFORD " 1436
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION $32.85
LOT 17 "
HANLON SUBDIVISION UF PART OF
LOT 7 ORIG. IN SECTION 36/3/10
--MIXON P. E. & BETTY 9 1477
, BLK 0 HANLON SUBDIVISION $9.89
LOTS 9. 10
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION
BEING IN SECT 30/3/10


4 4 10-STONE DAVID E. ET UX # 1526.001
REC'D ORB 68/507 BEING KNOWN AS
TRACT 3 OF AREA G UF STONE MILL $19.44
CREEK ACRES AND UN RECORDED PLAT
MEEKS LAKE SUBDIVISION ---
SECTION 14/4/10
15 , 4 10-FLOWERS L. C. ET UX -' 1717.001
150 FT. LOT REC'D ORB 68/282 $78.74
FROM BURLEY PARKER
15 4 10-PARKER THOMAS HENRY 9 1717.002
A LOT LYING IN THE NE COR. OF $19.44
NEI/4 OF SWI/4 ORB 70/506 FROM
BURLEY PARKER SR.
15 4 10-PARKER THOMAS H. & BRENDA F. 9 1725
100 SY 125 FT. ORB 63/209 FR $145.84
FLOWERS
23 4 10-ANDERSON FLORENCE 9 1765
ISLAND BEING IN NW1/4 OF NW1/4 $9.35
23 4 10-JONES ROBERT L. & DELORES A. 0 1773
A LOT 75 BY 100 FT. FROM ISLAH $6.00
JONES REC'D IN ORB 47/467 00
SC L. MORGAN ADD TO THE CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKAI FLORIDA ALL CITY
SECTION 23/4/10 NEI/4 OF NEl/4 OF
NEI/4


BLK 4

3LK 4
23 4


--MULLINS JAMES H. ET UX
C. L. MORGAN ADO TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOT 2
--MULLINS JAMES H.
C. L. MORGAN ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOT 5 & LOT 3


23 4 10-BRITT DAVID L.
REC'D BK 20/74 OFF LEE BACK
TRACT & LOT DES. IN BK 24/456
FROM LOTTIE MC ELROY
SOUTHERN HOMES SUBD. UNIT 1
A SUBD. IN SECTION.24 T 4 R 10
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
BLK I SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
LOT 4 75 X 151.68"
--SOUTHERN HOMES BUIL.OERS
BLK I SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
LOT 6 75 X 151.68
--SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
dLK 1 SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
LOT 7 75 X 151.68
--SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
BLK I SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
LOT 8 75 X 151.68
--SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
BLK 1 SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
LOT 9 75 X 151.68
--SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS
BLK 1 SOUTHERN HOMES BUILDERS BOX
LOT 10 75 X 1.51.68
MACKS ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--CUMBIE MRS. INEZ '& EMORY
MACKS ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOTS 26. 27.
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBDIVISION
PARTS OF EI/2 OF SWI/4 OF W1/2 OF
SEI/4 OF SECTION 24 T 4 R -10
--JACKSON CHARLES E. LT UX
BLK 6 GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBDIVISION
LOTS 1. 2. ORB 72/62
LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
BY E.M. FULLINGTUN PARTS OF
NWI/4 OF SWl/4
25 4 10-STEVENS THOMAS E.
155 FT BY 300 FT BK 35/58 PART
OF ALICE PITTS TRACT
CIRCLE J. ESTATES IN SECTION
25 T 4 R 10 W GULF COUNTY. FLA.
25 4 10-CHASON A. F. MRS.
REC'D ORB 19/654 & ORB 69/151 LE
RISHES. SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION.25 T 4 H 10
--GAINOUS JOHN D0. & CARYLON
dLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 10 -
--GAINOUS JOHN D. & CARYLON
' LK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 11
--GAINOUS JOHN D0 & CAROLYN
8LK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
-LOT 12 #; W 1/2 OF LOT 1.J
CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT. NO. I
TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--PURSWELL JAMES ROSCOE
BLK 1 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. I
LOT 14
IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION'
TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
INSECTION-25 T 4 R 10
26 "4 10-MC DANIEL RUBY
75 FT BY 312 FT. LOT FROM
SANDRA PRICE ORB 64/669
26 4 10-MILLER JAMES C.
3 LOTS FROM CLECKLY LOTS 150
BY 242
WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVI-SION
i+ TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 26 T 4 R 10
--BRITT DAVID L. -
BLK 0 WILLIAMSBORG SUBDIVISION
LOTS 1. 2.
--FISHER CHARLES M. ANGELA M.
BLK F * WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 7
--FISHER CHARLES M. & ANGELA M.
BLK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 8
--FISHER CHARLES M. & ANGELA M.
BLK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDI1VISION
LOT 9
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
OF WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 36 T 4 R 10
--KNOWLES' BILLY
BLK 3 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
SI/2 OF LOT 25 ORB 29/764
36 4 10-HUGHES WILLIAM WILLIS
REC'U ORB 57/938 FROM WHALEY
36 4 10-GRAY AMARTHA
REC'D ORB 72/48 FROM WHALEY
BEING 130 BY 165 FT. LOT
36 4 10-WARD BRONZELL & SARAH
REC'D ORB 69/144 FROM WHALEY A A
36 4 10-EDENFIELD ROY
ORB 21/775
36 4 10-SOLUMON JANICE ROBERTS
BEG AT SEC OF SEI/4 OF SWt'/4 OF
SECT 36 & RUN W 210 FT N 210 FT
E 210 FT S 210 FT TO THE P0B
.36 4 10-SMITH KENNY
SE1/4 OF SE1/4 OF NE1/4
LESS SOLD OFF
11 . 7 10-HINSON TALLICE
A 50 X 110 FT LUT FROM LILES
REC'D ORB 62/502
BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION PLAT
OF NW./4 OF SECTION II T 7 R 10
--MHAMER JAMES RAYMOND
BLK B BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 20.21.22.23.24.25.26.27.
--DICKENS RAY
BLK E BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 7 THRU 1,�. & 37.38.
STEBEL HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
WHITE CITY SECTION 11 T,7 R 10
--HARVEY CHARLES D. & JUDITH
BLK 2 STEEL HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 9. 10.
15 7. 10-MC CALL KENNETH LEE
RECND ORB 69/930 FROM RAMSEY
BEING 162 FT. ON SR 71
WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LYING ON WEST SIDE OF SR 71
BEING IN SECTION II T 7 R 10
--UNKNOWN
BLK 4 WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
NW 30 FT. OF LOT 12
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. I
SECTION 18 T 8 R 10
--BUTLER HAROLD
BLK 2 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. I
* LOTS 15. 16, 17.
WARD RIDGE SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 2
SECTION. 18 T B R 10
--SMITH RAYMOND H.
BLK 3 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9
MONEY'BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
IN FRACTAL SECTION 19 T 9 R 10
--HESTER DIAMOND
:BLK 0 MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOT 4
--WYNN JULIUS
BLK E MUNEY BAYOU'SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOTS 12. 13,
MONEY BAYOU BEACH UNIT NO* 2
IN SECTION 19 T 9 R 10
7 9 10-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
ALL OF SECTION
8 9 10-COUPER LAWRENCE E.
ALL OF SECTION
17 9 10-COUPER LAWRENCE E.
N1/2 OF NI/2
18 9 10-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
ALL MONEY BAYOU SECTION
19 9 10-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
ALL FRACTL. SECT. 19 LESS MONEY
BAYOU COTTAGES OES. ABOVE BEING
33.6 AtRE.S
INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
FRACTL. PARTS OF GOV'T LOTS 1 & 2
IN SECTION 21,22 T 9 R 10
--RAYMER PETER-M. JR.
BLK 0 INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
LOT 28
--RAYMER PETER M. JR.
BLK U INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
LOT 29
--TAYLOR OLIN BOYO El UX,
bLK S INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
LOT 9 ORB8 62/303
CAMP PALMS SUBDIVISION
IN SECTION 21 T 9 R 10
32 S 11-COTTRELL SHANNON C.
A LUT 240 BY 350 FT.
33 5 11-GULF COUNTY SPORTSMAN CLUB
BEG AT NWC OF NE1/4 OF SECT 33 TH
EAST 210 FT S 210 W 210 N 210 TO
POB ORE3 61/916 FRnM MA)UOX
BEACUN HILL SUBDIVISION
SEI/2 OF LOT 13 ORIG. SECTION 30
AND LOT 3 ORIG.
SECTION 31 T 6 h II
--MAUROLD R. C.
BLK 6 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOT 13
--WALDO GLENN E.


dLK 16 BEACON HILL USBDIVISION
LOT 13
--BUTLER WALTON H.
BLK 25 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--MURHAY DONALD FT UX
BLK 25 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOT 15
YUN'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
IN SECTION 5 T 7 R 11
--BUTLER HAROLD M.
BLK 9 . YON'S ADDITION TO BLACON HILL
LOT 3
--BUTLER HAROLD M.
BLK 9 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 14. 15


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ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES IN SECT.
. 36 T 8 R 11 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
--GRIFFIN JOHN C. & DOROTHY G.
8LK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 1
1 9 11-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
SI/2
2 9 11-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
FRACTL. SI/2 & SUB* LD. FR. STeFL
I1 9 11-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
LOTS 1.2.3. ORIG. & SUBDe LAND
12 9 11-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
ALL LESS ACRES RES. BY HOLLINGER
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ALL LESS ACRES RES BY HOLLINGER
14 9 LI-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
LOTS 1.2.3.4. ORIG. & SUBD. LD.
17 9 11-DEAL TROY No JR.
ALL FRACTL. INC. THAT PORTION OF
PIG ISLAND IN SECTION 17
?0 9 11-DEAL -iROY N. JR. ET UX
LOTS 1. 4. 10 ORIG.
?1 9 11-DEAL TROY M. JR. ET UX
LOT 4 ORIG.


--aUTLER HAROLD M.
BLK 9 YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 6. 7. & N1/2 OF 5
--BUTLER HAROLD M.
BLK 9 YON'S ADDITION TOI BEACON HILL
LOTS 8. 9.
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
TO YON'S ADDITION PART OF SECTION
5 --COSTIN C. G. JR. & GIBSON
BLK 6 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 4
--PARKER SAMMIE C.
dLK 6 PORT ST. JOE REACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 6
--DAVIS JOHN H.
BLK 8 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOTS 10. 12
--WOOD PAUL WAYNE
BLK II PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 6
--WOOD CARL DAVID
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT I
--COSTIN C. G. & GIBSON C/O
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 14
--BUTLER. DONALD He
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 15
--BUTLER HAROLD
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 12'
--BUTLER DONALD
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 16
--BUTLER DONALD
BLK 16 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 5
--BUTLER DONALD H. & BRENDA
BLK 16 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 7
ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
PART OF SECTION 5 T 7 R 8
--COSTIN C. G. JR. & GIBSON
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 8
--COSTIN C. G. JR t GIBSON C?/O
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 9
--COSTIN Co G. & GIBSON C/O
8LK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT ,NO. 2
LOT 10"
--BUTLER WALTON.
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
-LOT 12
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW SW1/4 OF GOV*T LOT
14 IN SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--MC LENDON FRED
BLK C C. P. GAULDINGS ADDITION
LOT 6
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
SI/2 OF GOV'T LOT 13 LYING IN
SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--WILLIAMS ESSIE V.,
BLK A HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--SNIPES CYNTHIA
BLK C HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
LOTS I.
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
OF SI/2 OF GOV'T LOTS 11. 12.
BEING IN SECTION 26 T 7 R 1I
-CARL DAVID WOOD
BLK C BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 4. 5
--BROWN J. G.
BLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW A SUBDIVISION OF
THE NI/2 OF LOTS 12. 17 ORIG.
SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--WALLER J. N.
OLK A FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
LOT 6 & 6 FT. OF THE W SIDE OF 3
FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW OF WI/2 OF GOV*T
LOT 12 ORIG. SECTION 26 T 7 R II
--GOLOSBERRY JAMES E.
BLK A FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
LOT 3 & N 25 FT. OF 12 & N EAST
28 FT. OF LOT 13
26 7 11-MESSICK BOBBY D0. ET UX
LOT RUNNING '& W BY 47 1/2 FT.
BY 135 FT. N OF LOT 14 URIG. ORB
72/248 FROM MADDOX
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PART OF SECTIONS 1. 2 & SECTION
12 T 8 R 11
--HOLLAND ROBERT L.
BLK 11 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 16' & 14 LESS 15 FT OFF NW COR
- AND 15 FT. OFF SE COR. OF LOT 12
--WEST H. T. MR.
BLK 11 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
N1/2 OF LOT 23
--RICH B. Jo & SON
BLK 16 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 139 & 2 IN. OFF S END OF It1
--KENT GLENN W.
BLK 35 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 12
--STEVENSON GENE ET UX
BLK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
S 70 FT. OF LOTS 28. 30
--HATCHER LARRY G.
BLK 52 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 8
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
--ROBERTS DAVID C.o
BLK 84 ST.; JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. I
LTI
LQT 16
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
-CLAYTON LARRY
BLK 89 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 9
--BERRY PHILLIP R.
BLK.121 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 9
LOT 13
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE PARTS OF
SECTIONS 35. 36. T 7 R 1.1
--BEWEY MARGARET
BLK 1001 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 22
--RHODES CHESTER S.
BLK 1004 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 30. 32 '
--BEWEY MARGARET
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S1/2 OF LOT 12
--KEYS ERNEST L. & DOLLIE
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 17
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
-JONES MRS. FAYE
BLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 15
--WILLIAMS. ELIZABETH He.
BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
LOTS 13, & W 23 FT. OP LOT 15
--JULIUS-EDDIE JR. & DIANA
BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT' NO. 1
LOT 18
--NICKSON VONCILLE
OLK.1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 10 S. E 25 FT. OF LOT 8
--LARRY BEVERLY A.
BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6 6 W 25 FT. OF 8
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
--BORDERS WILLIE LEE
BLK 1015 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 23
--GRANGER MRS. ANNIE Go.
BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
" LOT 8 & W 1/2 OF LOT 10
--MARTIN JUANITA EST. X ANNIE
BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 17
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
--BAILEY CHRISTINE E.
BLK 1022 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 6
--FILMORE WILLIAM
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 2265 FT. OF 17 N 57.5 FT OF 19
-HAMILTON KYLAR
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 47.5 FT. OF 7 6 N 32.5 FT OF 9
-JULIUS EDDIE
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 57.5 FT. OF 3 & N 22.5 FT OF 5
--PRICE DAVID FLOYD
BILK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1979


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S.PAGE FOURTEEN
- .THE STAR, Pert St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY,


MAY 31. 1979


INFLATION


New Flour


SHas Fewer

Calories


A University of Florida
-researcher may have found
a way to help bring about a
truce between parents and
children in the long-standing
tug of war over .snack foods.
. Dr. E.M. Ahmed, a pro-
fessor of food science and
human nutrition at UF's In-
stitute of Food and Agricul-
S.tural Sciences, found that a
high proteip, low fat peanut
flour could be used to "beef
up" many low-nutrition
Foods.
. The Florida Peanut Grow-
ers Association was looking
" "for new uses for peanuts and
asked IFAS for help. Dr.
Ahmed explored ways to use
this high protein crop in a
practical way for both the
consumer and the peanut
* industry. Flour, he thought,
* would be the best answer.
� The peanut flour used by
SAhmed contains as much as
, 50 percent protein and less
than one percent oil or fat.
It can be- added to any
product that normally uses
* flour - cookies, breakfast
..-cereals, bread and pastries.
Ahmed and his staff used
:f5 percent peanut flour in
o: tmeal raisin cookie formu-
lations and found that the
" *fortified cookie contained ap-
proximately 15 percent pro-
tein while the unfortified
Cookie contained only seven
percent.
-:The IFAS researcher says
-the flour also could help
- -dieting Americans received
- -their daily protein require-
;: .ment with a lower caloric
::intake. The peanut flour,
says Ahmed, can be used as
..-an extender for ground meat
products. By substituting the
...peanut flour for a percent-
..-age of the meat, the cook
-can prepare the same
amount of food with the
same amount of protein, but
with fewer saturated fats
" and fewer calories. '
- , For example, says Ahmed,
* -if you ate a six ounce, 100
.: percent ground meat product
..with 22.2 percent protein, it
would contain 19.2 percent
saturated fats and 458 calo-
* ' ries. But if you consumed a
six ounce product that was
50 percent ground meat and
50 percent peanut flour you
would get the same amount
of protein but your saturated
fat intake would decrease to
12.6 percent, or 34 percent
fewer saturated fats than
the 100 percent meat pro-
duct. The caloric value also
' would decrease to 389 calo-
ries, or 15 percent fewer
calories than the 100 percent
meat product.
While the flour is not yet


available to consumers, Ah-
med said he expects that it
could be available for use
soon.

Business ,

Insurance

Reduction
Commercial fire and ex-
tended coverage insurance for
many Florida businesses will
be reduced 15.5 percent for a
combined savings of $9.5
million starting July 1, 1979,
Insurance Commissioner Bill
Gunter has announced.
The Insurance Services Of-
fice of Florida (ISO), a statis-
tical data gathering firm
serving more than 350 com-
panies, filed the reduced rates
with Gunter's office recently.
Under the filing, commercial
fire insurance rates will de-
crease 18.1 percent or $7.6
million on a statewide average
with rate cuts of 10.9 percent
in Miami and Tampa. The
reduction in Jacksonville will
be 14.1 percent and 19.7
percent for the remainder of
the state.
Extended coverage insur-
ance for windstorm, smoke
damage, civil commotions
and other disasters will go
down 9.8 percent of $1.9
million, Gunter said.
"More aggressive fire in-
vestigations, successful arson
prosecutions and better public
awareness have contributed to
this reduction in commercial
fire rates," Gunter said. "Con-
sumers also appear to be
purchasing enough coverage
to offset inflation, which in the
long run, makes the cost of
insurance cheaper."
The Legislature is consider-
ing a bill proposed by an
advisory committee formed
by Gunter aimed at tightening
S-In a.rdiatedteation, ISO hiasi
issued an advisory recom-
mendation to its members to
cut homeowners insurance an
average of 18.7 percent state-
wide. But not all companies
follow ISO guidelines in home-
owners coverage, and rates
vary widely among compa-
nies, Gunter said.


In Coldmbus, Ga., it's against
the law for cats to howl after
9 P.M.


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John Morrell WEINERS


Rich And Hearty Hamburgers


: It's always nice to find a variation for the ever popular
hamburger. With summer barbeques just around the corner,
. here's a recipe you'll be sure to want to try.
S. Ripe olives are one of California's most versatile fruits.
SThey can be halved, sliced, chopped, wedged or used whole.
Here chopped olives are used, along with green onion, as a
.. - meat extender in the flavorful patties. In addition, ripe olive
.wedges add bold and chewy accent to the rich cheese and
- cream mixture.
Serve between hamburger rolls or crisp French rolls with all
the usual garnishes. Add potato salad or any salad of your
choice to make a hearty meal for everyone.
Hearty Ripe Olive Burgers
- 1 cup grated cheddar 1-1/2 teaspoons salt
cheese 1/4 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons light 2 teaspoons prepared
cream mustard
3/4 cup canned pitted 1-1/2 pounds ground
.- California ripe olives lean beef
1/4 cup chopped green 1 tablespoon oil
onion 4 hamburger rolls
Mix cheese with cream. Cut 1/2 cup of ripe olives into
wedges. Add to cheese mixture and set aside. Chop remaining
1/4 cup olives. Mix chopped olives, onion, salt, pepper, mustard,
and ground beef. Shape into eight thin patties, about 1/2 inch
larger in diameter than rolls. Heat oil. Brown meat patties on
both sides. Split rolls and spread with butter, if desired, and
toast lightly. Top patties with cheese-olive mixture. Place
patties under broiler long enough to melt cheese. Place one
Spatty on bottom half of roll. Top with another patty and cover
with roll top. Garnish with a whole ripe olive. Makes 4 hearty
burgers.


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Salads are a great accompaniment or a meal in themselves
- add a special touch to yours with Wisconsin canned veget-
ables. Beets and green beans add flavor and color to classic
Salad Nicoise. The basic recipe below can be expanded to in-
clude small whole potatoes, wax beans and artichoke hearts.
Marinate the vegetables overnight in 3/4 cup of Sauce
Vinaigrette for extra, flavor. Wisconsin is the nation's leader
in the processing of beets, peas, corn, green and wax beans.
Sealed in each can is a long standing reputation for top quality
vegetables, all grown especially for canning.
Salad Nicoise
1 81A ounce can Wisconsin White tuna, drained
green beans 1 8% ounce can Wisconsin
1 head leaf lettuce, torn tiny whole beets,
1 tomato, sliced drained
1 hard cooked egg,
. sliced
Marinate beans. and beets in 1/2 cup Sauce Vinaigrette.
Toss lettuce with enough sauce to coat, place in large salad
bowl. Drain beans and beets and arrange on lettuce with re-
maining ingredients. Serve with Sauce Vinaigrette. Serves 2-3.
Sauce Vinaigrette
3/4 cup salad oil 2 teaspoons salt
3/4 cup wine vinegar 1 teaspoon dry mustard
1/4 cup chopped green 1 teaspoon, sugar
onion 1/2 teaspoon crushed .
2 tablespoons parsley tarragon
1 clove crushed-garlic
Combine all ingredients in a bottle with tight fitting cover.
Shake well.


PAGE FIFTEEN
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1919


Beef Producers


Asked for Views


On Research


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Commissioner of Agricul-
ture Doyle. Conner, recalling
Witnesses

Set District

Convention
The Watchtower Bible and
Tract Society of New York has
announced a series of over 90
"Living Hope" district con-
ventions of Jehovah's Witnes-
ses for the summer of 1979.
Rufus Gay, spokesman for
the religious group inApalach-
icola and Port St. Joe, said-
950,000 delegates are antici-
pated at the meeting sche-
duled for over 60 cities in the
continental United State.
Gay said 70 persons will
represent Apalachicola and
Port St. Joe. at a four-day
meeting planned for the Jack-
sonville Coliseum, June 14-17.
. Mankind truly needs hope
in these times," Gay said. "All
of us are concerned about the
anxiety created in society due
to crime, .violence, inflation,
aZd changing moral standards
anid ruined marriages with
'broken homes. -7
-"People are ',irf need of
hope," Gay -continued, "but
many wonder: where such
hope can .be found. Others.
possessing hope are concern-
ed as to how they can preserve
it, enhance it.

Bond Sales

Down In

Florida
'Sales of Series E & H United
States.Savings Bonds in Flor-
ida totale.d$44.5 million during
the first 'quarter "1979. Sales
were'down $4.3 million from
Athe same quarterr 1978. The
state acbie1ed i.&.percent of
-its .assigned -sales goal of-
$204.2 million March 31.
J. Ted Cannon, Gulf County
Volunteer Savings Bonds
Chairman reported sales in.
the county were $16,048 during
the fiist quarter 1979. The
county attained 10.6 percent of
its sales goals.
The County Chairman .re-
minded all county residents
that Series E and H Savings
Bonds issued on and after
June 1 will receive six and one
half percent interest if held to
maturity - five years for E
Bonds and 10 Years for H
Bonds. All outstanding E and
H Bonds and Freedom Shares
will also benefit from this
interest rate increase by re-
ceiving one half percent in-
crease to their next maturity
period.


No Brand


PEANUT BUTTER
Smooth or Crunchy




18 oz.
btl.


GREEN BEANS


303
can


No Brand Canned


DOG FOOD




15 oz.a 1 7


go Brand


BLEACH


Jei.


hard times for cattlemen
during a four-year span when
prices were at the bankruptcy
level, recently urged Florida
beef producers to give their
views on a proposal for a
national marketing and re-
search program at a public
hearing in Atlanta June 21.
The hearing is one of five
around the nation for the
submission of opinions about
putting the information and
research program into effect.,
Secretary of Agriculture Bob';
Bergland will decide, on 'the
basis of information gained
through the hearings, whether
to set up the proposed Beef
Board.
Conner said the 1976 Beef
Research and Information'Act ,
authorizes a national program..
of information and research tdp
improve.and develop markets
for cattle and beef. The
program would be financed 6y
the cattlemen through collec-
tion of a half-per cent of-the
live animal value.
If the Secretary decides,-
there is sufficient justification
Sfor establishing the program, :
a Beeferendum would be held
and approval would be contin-
gent upon a favorablevote of a
majority of those beef produ-,
cers who register with. the
Agricultural Stabilization and,.
Conservation Service at least
10 days before the referen-i
dum.
If the vote in the Beeferen-
dum were favorable, the Se-
cretary would establish a Beef
Board of up to 68 members, '
nominated by producer organ- ,
izations, to collect assess-
ments from producers and to
use the funds for research and
promotion activities. The or-
ganization would function
much like those in existence
for the potato, cotton and egg
councils.
The law provides that any
producer who does not want to
participate in the program
arid pay the one-half of one per
cent of sales value to finance it
would be able to apply to the
Beef Board for a refund of-any
assessment he paid.
The hearing for the South-
eastern region is to be held at
the Ramada Inn, 845 North
Central Avenue, Hapeville,
Ga., near the Atlanta Airport
beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Commissioner Conner said
although present-day cattle..
prices are on the upward side
of the cycle, when producers
begin the process of rebuilding
theJir herds and production
exceeds market demand, new
efforts would be needed to
keep beef markets and con-
sumption up or another cattle
depression will occur.






























As the 1979 Legislative
Session draws to a close, the
legislative body is faced with a
very controversial issue - the
- Death Penalty. At this writ-r
Ing, John Spenkelink is await-
c ing execution in the electric
chair and a large crowd of
people, opposed to this execu-
S.tion, is blocking the doorway
to the Governor's Office wait-
- : ing for word from the State
, Prison in Starke.
I,. On the floor of the Senate
- yesterday, May 24, the Equal
Rights Amendment was voted
down with a very close- 21-19


vast
ated


. vote, On the House side, a
"' p'�i-umber of bills were deba
' --; : V% ; '

S :ame,








In an unprecedented mi
the Game and Fresh Wa
Fish Commission voted



SGet Set For






:fit.


With some outdoor seasons
already underway and others
set to start, hunting, fishing
and camping enthusiasts are'
breaking out their gear. :
Unfortunately, they may
be doing so with dismay, as .
the results of months in stor-
age are revealed ... . from a
trusty knife with a rusty
blade to camping tools caked
with corrosion.
Even if you're one of the
lucky ones whose equipment
checks out for opening day,
you may run. into problems
as the season -wears on: a
stubborn, bolt on a rifle,
a sticky reel on a fishing
rod, a squeaky hinge on
a camp stove or a sleeping
bag zipper that refuses to
budge.
For an on-the-spot solu-
tion to all of those problems,
try a product such as WD-40.
The non-oily spray effectively


PAGE SIXTEEN


including Senate Bill 54 which
provides for the right of
eminent domain to coal pipe-
line companies. Also, a num-
ber of bills regarding educa-
tion were passed. Among
them, House Bill 399 which
provides that State and county
cooperative extension person-
nel who participate in the
Teacher's Retirement System
of Florida may retire after 30
years of credible service with
full benefits. Also, House Bill
679 passed the House and
removed the authority of
school principals to prohibit
corporal punishment in their
schools. These bills, along


ers shouldn't start counting
their blessings.
The five-member board,
meeting in Kissimmee, voted
to adopt a complete new set of
simplified rules immediately
after the, vote to repeal. The
old rules will stay into effect
until August. 1, 1979, the date
the. new rules take over.
The manuever was aimed at
streamlining the- "hodge-
podge" which developed over
'the past 36 years, Commission
Executive Directoir Colonel
Robert M. .Brantly explained.
There will be no time lag
where there are no rules, he
emphasized. The new rules
are much easier for the public,
'as well as 'Commission per-
sonnel, to understand.
Rule repeal and adoption
were -the. main topics' of,
business at the Friday Com-
mission meeting in Kissim-
mee but a growing conflict.
between .hunting dogs ,and
private landowners in Jackson
County also shared some of
the spotlight.
The Commissioners heard a
report from, the staff on a
public meeting May 22 in
Marianna. At that meeting,
dog owners and landowners
had the opportunity to present
their sides of the controversy.
No recommendations on how
to solve 'the problem were
made at the meeting, how-
ever, the staff will come back
at a later date with possible
solutions..
The next Commission meet-
ing has been set for July 27 in
Tallahassee. I
Members of the Commission
are: R. Bernard Parrish Jr. of
Tallahassee; George G. Mat-
thews of Palni Beach;. Dr.
Donald G. Rhodes of West Eau
Gaille; Cecil C. Bailey of
Jacksonville and Thomas L.
Hires Sr. of Tampa..


The 1979-80 form no longer
has an acknowledgement por-
tion, he explained. Instead,
that section-has been revamp-
ed and will now serve as the
actual quota permit. When an
application arrives in Talla-
hassee, it will be time and date
stamped. It is estimated that
the streamlined procedure
will result in quota permits
being returned to successful


applicants within two weeks.
Resident senior citizens will
not need to obtain quota
permits this fall, Stanberry
further announced. However,
they should obtain a free'
senior citizen certificate from
their county tax collector. In
order to gain access to any
quota or special hunt, resident
senior citizens will need to
have the certificate and pro-


per identification.
Applications for regular
quota hunt permits will be
accepted from June 1 through
November 1. There will be no
telephoned applications, hand
delivered 'or special delivery
applications accepted. After
November 5, any remaining
quota permits will be distri-
buted through the appropriate
regional office.


Special quota applications
will be accepted from July 2
through October 2, with the
same restrictions on methods
of submission. Special quota
applications will be available
through the regional and
� Tallahassee offices of, the
Commission. Regular quota
applications are available
wherever hunting license are
sold.


with the rest, have been
.certified to the Senate.

I have almost completed my
first. Regular Session as a
freshman representative and I
must say I have enjoyed it.
The pace is very hectic but the
work is interesting and infor-
mative. I'd like to thank all
those people who visited me
and brought the support of all
.my constituents throughout
these two months and if there
is anything I might do to assist
you, please contact me or my,
staff at (904) 488-3457 in
Tallahassee of (904) 784-1427
-in Panama City.


Legislative



Report



By Representative Leonard Hall


Florida sportsmen who plan
to apply for quota permits this
year would do well to read the
directions carefully.
Fred Stanberry, director of
the Division of Wildlife for the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, said not only are
the forms different, but there
have been a few changes in the
application procedure.
Quota permits are required
in order to hunt on wildlife
management areas during the
.first nine days of hunting
season. Special quota permits
are required to participate in
limited number special hunts
on selected wildlife manage-
ment areas.
First of all, Stanberry said,
the wildlife management area
permit stamp has two detach-
able tabs this year. One must
be affixed to regular quota
permit applications; the other
to applications for special
hunts. No hand-written man-
agement area stamp numbers
will be accepted on applica-
tions.




Time to



Register



Boats


The registration period for
pleasure and commercial
boats opens June 1 and ends
June 30. -All boats requiring
registration must be re-regis-
tered during this time, said
O.B. Clark, chief of the
Department of Natural Re-
sources Bureau of License and
Motorboat Registration.

"Pleasure boaters should
register their vessels at their
local tax collector's office,"
Clark said. "Along with their
prior registration certificate,
owners should bring some
proof of ownership,,such as a
title." .

Most, large counties, in an
effort to save time,, mail
renewal forms to boat owners.

Owners of commercial
boats will receive renewal
applications by mail. Com-
mercial boats should also be
re-registered with the Depart-.
ment of Natural Resources.

New commercial boat own-
ers. may obtain registration
applications from any Florida
Marine Patrol district office
or from any Marine Patrol
officer.


Florida 32456. The name and address of
the Personal Representative's attorney
are as 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 of the claim, the name
and address of ,the cryditor.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 uncertainty 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 each Personal Representative.
All persons interested in the Estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Admini-
stration has been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that challenge
the validity of the.decedent's Will, the
qualifications of the Personal Represen-
tative, or the venue or jurisdiction of the
Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: May 24, 1979.
-s- EMILY A.e SIMMONS, Personal
Representative of the Estate of
WILLIAM B. SIMMONS
RISH &.WITTEN, P.A.
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Phone: 904-229-8211


-I


BID NO. 251
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, is
requesting bids-for the extermination of
termites, roaches and other pests in all
Municipal Buildings. Bid opening to be
June 5, 1979. Specifications may be,
obtained from the City Clerk's Office,
P.O. Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
C. W. BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk 2t 5-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 79-17
IN RE: Estate of
GLENNEY W. WAGES,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
tie administration of the estate of
Glenney W. Wages, deceased, File
Number 79.17,, is pending in the. Circuit
Court for G01f County,. Florida, Probate
Division, the address pf which Is County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida. The
personal representative of the estate Is
Truedell Thomas, whose address Is 514
Maple Avenue, Panama City, Florida
32401. The name and address of the
personal representative's attorney ar
set forth below.
All persons having claims or' demands
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE. DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the clerk of
the above court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or his
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 each
personal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS. NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or jurls-
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: May 24, 1979.
TRUEDELL THOMAS,
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of GLENNEY W. WAGES,
deceased.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Mel C. Magidson, Jr.
413 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 34256
Telephone 229-8084 2tc 5.24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
ELIZABETH TURNER, Petitioner
and
CHARLES TURNER, Respondent.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: CHARLES TURNER, whose place
of residence is unknown.
YOU ARE .HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed by the Petitioner,
ELIZABETH TURNER, and you are
required to serve a copy of your answer
to the petition to the petitioner's attQr-
ney, Paul R. Johnson, Esquire, 263 N.
Tyndall Parkway, Panama City, Florida
32401, and file the original of said answer
in the office of the clerk of the above
court on or before the 25th day of June,
1979. If you fail to do so, a Judgement by
SDefault will be taken against you for
relief prayed for in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the official


Public Notices


seal of this court, this 17th day of May,
1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: -s- Susan E. Bigelow, Deputy Clerk
4t 5-24


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-'
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. �
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
MARIE L. BOONE,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the admin-
istration of the Estate of Marie L. Boone,
deceased, File Number 78-18, Is pending
in the Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida, probate division, the address of
which is Gulf County Courthouse, Office
of the Circuit Court Clerk, Port St. Joe,
* Florida 32456. The Co.Personal Re-
presentatives of the Estate are: Henry
A. Boone,-2009 Long Avenue, Port St,
SJoe, Florida 32456 and'Catherine Boone
McDaniel, 112 Westcott Circle, Port 'St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The name and
address of the Co.Personal Representa-
tives' attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the Estateare required, WITH-
IN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with the Clerk
of the above Court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and must
Indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or his
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
Co-Personal Representatives.
All persons interested In the Estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Admini-
stration has been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objection
they may have that challenges the
validity of the Decedent's Will, the
qualifications of the Co-Personal Repre-
sentatives or the venue or jurisdiction of
the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has begun.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Is May 24,1979.
HENRY A. BOONE, Co-Personal Re-
presentative
CATHERINE BOONE McDANIEL,
Co-Personal Representative
RISH &.WITTEN, P.A.
Attorneys for Co-Personal Representa-
tives
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
By: Fred N. Witten 2t5-24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
IN PROBATE
Case No. 79-18
In Re: The Estate of
WILLIAM B. SIMMONS, deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the Estate of
William B. Simmons, deceased, file
number 79-18 Is pending in the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which Is P. 0.
Box 968, Port St. Joe, Florida. The
Personal Representative of the Estate is
Emily A. Simmons, whose address Is
1023 McClellan Avenue, Port St. Joe,


Fish Commission




s New Set of Rules


ove, day to repeal all ruled adopted;
water by the agency since it was
Fri- established in 1944. But poach-



The Great Outdoors


frees sticky mechanisms, pen-
etrates rust and corrosion and
guards against moisture dam-
age. Used as a water-displacer, .
it can even dry wet ignition.
systems on outboard motors.
When cooler weather :once
again encourages indoor pur-
suits, clean your gear- thor-
oughly. Then spray all work-
ing parts as a preventative_
measure.
The product, originally de-
veloped to prevent corrosion
in the Atlas missile, "seals"
metal surfaces with a protec-
tive coating. It leaves no
gummy residue to attract dirt
or stain clothing and is harm-
less to most wood, plastic,
rubber and painted surfaces.
Give your outdoor gear
the attention it deserves. All
it takes is a few simple steps
at the beginning and end of
the season, and your equip-
ment should be trouble-free.


Some termite queens lay one egg each second, 24 hours
a day from three to ten years.


Katherine Hepburn is' the
only actress to have won
the Academy Award for
best actress three times: in
1933 .for "Morning Glory,"
1967 for "Guess Who's
Coming to Dinner," and
1968 for "Lion in Winter."


(Continued from Page 13) Gulf County's Notice of Tax Sale


15/22 9 lI-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
REC'O ORB. 38/142 IIB SUBM.
15/22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
IXB SUBM. LAND BK 36/350
22 9 ll-SEASHORE LAND 5 DEV. CO.
�W 675 FT..OF LOT I ORIG. &
AND SURFSIDE EST. UNIT NO.' 2
700 FT* GULF FRONTAGE
22 9 11-FLORIDA DEV. CORP.
BK 13/415 IN SECT 22 & 94.68 AC
AND LOT 3 ORIG. LESS THE EAST
22.85 FT. OF LOT 3 TO GLENN & W
1/2 OF GOVT LOT 2 TO OTHER PARTIES
& LESS 3.37 ACRE TO OJAY
23 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
DEED FROM IIB SUBD. LD 36/860
23 9 II-SEASHORE LAND S DEV. CO.
WI/4 OF LOT 4. 330' BY 1000' 3301
GULF TO BAY ORB 61/185
23 9 11-HARRIS MARYLEA G GEORGE E.
REC'O ORB 38/194-5 425 FT. BAY &
GULF
24 9 II-TROPIC LAND ODEV. CO.
S"REC*D ORB 20/42 N OF SR 30 &
LYING ON W SIDE OF SECT. ORB
47/375 4.293.1 FT.
24 9 11-COOPER LAWRENCE E.
ALL LYING NORTH OF SRD LESS 68 AC
TO TROPIC LAND & DEV. CO.
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
A SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH 966.63
FT. OF GOV*T LOTS 5 & 6 IN FRACT.
SECTION 36 T 8 R 12 W GULF COUNTY
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
- LK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
' BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A - PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 6
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 7
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 8
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 9
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 10
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 11
--PENINSULA ESTATES
"BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 12


6286
6290
629513
$1,285.05


BLK A

BLK ,A


�BLK A
* 6300
$954.32 BLK A

BLK A

* 6310
* 631176 BLK A
$622.75
# 6316 BLK A
$299.44
* 6320 BLK A
$8,727.61
dLK B
# 6321
$498.35
BLK B

8BLK .B
0 6349.001
112.32 BLK B
9 6349.002
$112.32 dLK B
# 6349.003
$112.32 BLK B
# 6349.004
$112.32
SLK B
# 6349.005
$213.57
* 6349.006
$213.57" 3LK C
" 6349.007
$213.57 BLK C
0 6349.008
$213.57 BLK C
# 6349.009
$213.57 BLIK C
0 6349.010
$213.57 BLK C
9 6349.011
$213.157 BLK C
0 6349*012
$213.57 ILK C


--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 13
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 14
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 15
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 16
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 17
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 18
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
TRACT 1
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
TRACT 2
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT I
--PENINSULAE
PENINSULA
LOT 2,
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 3
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 4
--PENINSULA
PENINSULA
LOT 5
--PENINSULA I
PENINSULA I
TRACT 3
--PENINSULA E
PENINSULA E
LAND NOT If
BY 100 FT.
--PENINSULA I
PENINSULA I
LOT I
--PENINSULA I
PENINSULA I
LOT 2
--PENINSULA I
PENINSULA I
LOT 3
--PENINSULA I
PENINSULA I
LOT 4
--PENINSULA.E
PENINSULA I
LOT 5
--PENINSULA E
PENINSULA I
LOT 6
--PENINSULA E
PENINSULA I
LOT 7


ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION

ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION

ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
INCLUDED 267.80 FT
LOT
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES
ESTATES SUBDIVISION
ESTATES-
ESTATES SUBDIVISION


0 6349.013
$213.57
* 6349.014
$213.57
* 6349.015
$112.32
# 6349.016
$112.32
* 6349.017
$112.32
* 6349*018
$112.32
* 6349.019
$87.02
* 6349.020
$87.02
* 6349.050
$53.27
* 6349.051
$53.27
* 6349.052
$53.27
� 6349.053
$53.27
0 6349.054
$53.27
* 6349.055
$205.13

0 6349.056
$36.40


0 6349.070
$78.59
* 6349.071
$78.59
* 6349.072
$78.59
0 6349.073
$78.59
& 6349.074
$78.59
* 6340.075
$78.59
0 6349.076
$78.59


22


--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LAND NOT INCLUDED SLING
260.27 FT BY 847.49 FT.
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK D PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK 0 PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
dLK D PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK 0 PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOt 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK 0 PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATbS
OLK D PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
TRACT NU. 4
'--PENINSULA ESTATES
ULK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
8LK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
'BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
TRACT NU. 5
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
SECTION 22 T 9 k 11 GULF COUNTY
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK I SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS' I THRU 16
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
ULK 1 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS 17. 18
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
dLK 2 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS 1 THRU 20
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO..
BLK 3 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS 1 THRU 20
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
SECTION 22 T 9 R II11 GULF COUNTY
--SEASHORt LAND � DEV. CO.
BLK 4 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 20
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK 5 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 20
--SEASHOR. LjAND F DEV..CO.
BL 6 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 1 THRU 10 & 12 THRU 18
PINE BLUFF SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
P3 T 9 11It GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
9 11-SEASHORE LAND t, DEV. CO.
ALL THAT PART Of- THE E 450 FT. OF
ORIG. GUVT LOT I


* 6349.077
$95.46

& 6349.090
353.27
* 6349.091
$53.27
0 6349.09,.f
$53.27
0 6349.093
$53.27
# 6349.094
$53.27
0 6349.095
$508.86
* 6349.200
$53.27
* 4349.201
$53,27
* 6349.202
$53.27
& 6349.203
A $53,27
M 6349.204
)508.86
* '
0 6372.001
$1,198.99
0 6372.020
$272.64
# 6372.025
$677.59
9 6372.0%0
$677.59


0 6372.101
'$677.59
1 6372.125
$677.59
� 6372.200
'$1,285.05
**

0 6383
A$205.13
.4


HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON, Gulf County Tax Collector


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1979


New Rules for Hunting Permits

3'. - . 0 -


ANGELA M. FISHER, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on MAYO C. JOHN-
STON of the law firm of DAVENPORT,
JOHNSTON, HARRIS, GERDE &
HARRISON, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
address is 406 Magnolia Avenue, Pan-
ama City. Florida, on or before the 14th
day of June, 1979, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court, either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or "Im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise, default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Amended Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 2nd day of May, 1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: -s- Susan E. Bigelow,
Deputy Clerk 4t 5-10


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR#
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
CHARLIE H. TURNER, JR.,
Husband - Petitioner,
and
CORETHA TURNER,
Wife, Respondent.
FINAL JUDGMENT
THIS CAUSE having been heard by
the Court upon the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage, Receipt of Summons,
Agreement e nt o by and between
the parties, testimony of Petitioner and
the Court being fully advised in the pre-
mises, hereby finds at follows:
A. Petitioner has been a resident of
the State of Florida for more than six
months next before the filing of the
Petition herein.
B. Petitioner and Respondent were
married to each other approximately 18
years ago in Apalachicola, Florida.
C. There are no minor children of the
-parties.
D. The parties have entered into an
Agreement resolving matters of real and
personalproperty and mutual debts of
the parties.
E. The marriage between the parties
is irretrievably broken. It Is therefore,
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED as fol-
lows:
1. The marriage between the parties
Is dissolved because the same Is Irre.
trievably broken.
2. The Agreement entered Into by and
between the parties is ratified and con-
firmed and made a part of this
Judgment as if fully set forth herein.
3. The Court retains jurisdiction of
this matter to enter such other and
further Orders as It may deem appro-
priate and necessary.
DONE AND ORDERED in Port St.
Joe, Gulf County, Florida, this 29th day
of March, 1979.
.s- John Hodges, Circuit Judge
AtcS-10


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
FRED DOUGLAS WARREN,
Husband, Respondent,
And
MARY DELORES WARREN,
Wife, Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Fred Douglas Warren
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of. Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
P.O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Coudt-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 7th day of June, 1979. If you fall to do
so, a Final Judgment for the relief
sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 7th day of May, 1979.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: -s- Joni D. Shores, Deputy Clerk
4t 5-10


By: -s-William J. Rish 2t5-24

REGISTRATION OF
FICTITIOUS NAME
We the Undersigned, being
duly sworn, do declare that
MATLOCK'S 'HICKORY
HOUSE, located at 302 Fourth
St., is 100 percent owned by
Ethel Matlock.
4tp 5-10

BIDNO.WWP135
The City of Port St. Joe requests bids
for 2 stainless steel aerators. Specifica-
tions may be obtained from the City
Clerk's Office, P. O. Box A, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. Bid opening to be held
June 5, 1979. -
2t5-24

BIDNO.WWP136
The City of Port St. Joe requests bids
for material to erect an oil-chemical
shed. Specifications may be obtained
from the City Clerk's Office, P.O. Box A,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening
to be held.June 5, 1979.
2t 5-24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL SERVICES
COMPANY OF FLORIDA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES M. FISHER, ANGELA M.
FISHER and MILES HOME DIVISION
OF INSILCO CORPORATION,
Defendants.
Case No. 79-42
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MILES HOME DIVISION OF
INSILCO CORPORATION
4500 Lyndalle Avenue, North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55412
You are hereby notified that an action
to foreclose a Mortgage on the following
described real property in Gulf County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lots Seven (7), Eight (8) and Nine
(9), Block F, Williamsburg Sub-
division, according to the official
map or plat thereof on record in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida,
has been filed against you and other
Defendants, CHARLES M. FISHER and


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