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"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chottahoochee Valley"
V THIRTY-SECOND YEAR
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969
Loan Application In the Making To Consfruct Country Club In Area
Port St. Joe is as close as it
Shas ever been to having a golf
course and country club, after a
meeting held in the High School
. Auditorium last Thursday night.
..Temporary officers for the
newly formed St. Joseph Bay
Country Club, Inc., were appoint-
ed at Thursday's meeting, and
immediate approval given for the
officers to apply for a loan from
the Farm and Home Administra-
tion, a government agency,
-George G. Tapper, spark plug
of- the new country club move-
ment opened the organization.
meeting Thkisday night and in-
troduced Wallace McCormick of
the FHA, whb would answer any
questions the group had to ask,
and a kr. reeves, representing
the course architect, who pre-
sented a tentative plan for the
country club and showed a draw-
ing of the 'club his firm had
Tapper's first move after his
introductions was to call fo" the
report of the nominating com-
mittee for temporary officers.
The nominating-committee pre-
sented the names of Charles
Brock, president; Bill Altstaetter,
vice-president and Bernard Prid-
geon, Jr., secretary-treasurer.
The 100 interested persons pres-
ent, unanimously approved the
SPMcCormick then took the stand
and explained the Goverinment'
conditions for a country club
loan. He explained that his agen-
cy wouliL loan money for this
parposd at a rate of 5% int3'e:,t
for a 40 year period. McCormick
said that the agency usually re-
quires one member for each
The F.H.A. representative went
:n to explain that the members-
didn't have to put up any money
until their loan has been tenta-
tively approved; At this time,
the initiation fees must be paid
and held in escrow until final
approval of the loan. At this
time the local money is used to
buy furnishings and fixtures for
the proposed club house, land,
etc. McCormick said' that the
agency would loan up to .100%
of construction and land. costs
but would not loan money for
furniture, fixtures, lawn -care
machinery, etc. '
In the event the F.H.A. loan is
riot approved, the initiation fee
will be refunded.
Mr. Seeves told the group the
course as, outlined by his firm
will cost approximately $300,-
000 for land and construction.
Using Mr. McCormick's yardstick
on financing, the local group
must secure at least 300 mem-
Sabers to secure their loan.
Plans are to construct the
country club on State Road 30-A
on the, East side of the highway
south from the Jones Homestead
Road. The site contains a little
over 200 acres.
Brock told the group that he
thought nothing less than 18
holes for the golf course should
be constructed. Also included in
the plans are a swimming pool,
tennis courts, shuffle boArd
courts, children's playground,
a club house and several other
Tentative dues call for $125.00
initiation fee and $15.00 per
month dues, which would entitle
members to use all of the fa-
Those present Thursday all
agreed to join the club and vot-
ed unanimously for the tempor-
ary officers to apply for a $300,-
000 loan from F.H.A. McCormick
said that it would, take .at least
six months for action on the loan
County Asks for Conference With
W Cities to Discuss Future Road Plans
First Year In New Courthouse
Officials and their staffs in the Gulf County
Courthouse took time out from their work last
S" Wednesday afternoon to observe the first anniver-
sary in the new Courthouse. The occasion was
marked by a birthday cake sporting one candle.
In the photo above, Mrs. Melton Taylor, Mrs.
, George Y. Core and Mrs. Roselle Gaskin cut the
cake to serve to the Courthouse people. Loo king
on (with his eyes shut) is Clerk of the Court
George Y. Core. -Star photo
Tonight At 7:30
The Port St.' Joe-Gulf County Chamber of Commerce
will have its annual installation dinner meeting tonight
at 7:30 p.m. in the Centennial Building.
One of the main features of the annual meeting will
be installation of new officers for the current year, who
were elected the last of December. Up for installation
tonight are: President, R. H. Ellzey; Vice-President,
- John Robert Smith; Treasurer, Charles Brock; Secre-
tary, Mrs. Jean Atchison. New Directors to be installed
include Jim Pr6vatt, John Robert Smith and Bob Free-'
man. Tom Culpepper, Chairman of the, Merchant's Di-
vision will be^seated as the Division's director on the
Guest speaker for the -meeting tonight will be Dr.
John Champion, Presiden6t qf Florida State University.
All members have received free tickets to the ban-
quet and meeting during the past two weeks. President
Ellzey says that the Chamber is beginning the new year
with its largest slate of paid-up members yet.
Log Truck Overturns
At Paper Mill Entrance
Henry Miller, age 21, of Pan-
"ama City narrowly escaped ser-
ious injury Tuesday morning
when the. log load on his pulp
wood truck shifted and overturn-
ed the truck's trailer as it 'turn-
ed into St. Joe Paper Company's
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
said that Miller narrowly escaped
being crushed when th6 plup
wood crushed the cab of the
truck as the load and the trailer
rolled over. The rear of the cab
was smashed up against the
the steering wheel of the truck. ,
Miller quickly laid down in the
seat when he felt the load shift-
The truck, owned by Frank-
lin Courtney of West Bay receiv-
ed estimated damages of $1,000.
The trailer was destroyed.
The United Pentecostal Church
of Highland View will begin its
annual youth week revival Sun-
day night, February 16, in coop-
eration with, the denomination's
International Youth Week pro-
Services, will be, "geared to
reach this generation" with em-
phasis on youth.
Evangelist Jimmy Jordan will
be speaking each night.
\Special services will be /held
February 16 through 23 with ser-
vices at 7:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend
these special services.
The Port St. Joe Sharks have
drawn a bye in the first rounds
of the Gulfl Coast Conference
A pulpwood truck driver escaped serious injury when the load
of logs shifted, on his truck as he turned into St. Joe Paper Com-
pany Tuesday morning. The logs and trailer turned over and the dri-
ver was nearly pinned in his truck. -Star photo
Re-aligning of the distribution
of Florida's Secondary Road
Funds under the new State Con-
stitution which went into effect
last month is causing the County
Commission to re-assess its road
building policies. A letter read at
Tuesday's Board meeting from
the Comptroller of the State
Road Department warned that.
the County faces a drastic.reduc-
tion in funds received from this
source. In the past the Secondary
money has paid for virtually all
of the road paving in Gulf Coun-
ty and its municipalities.
'On top of the warning of a
reduction in paving funds came
requests from the City of Port St.
Joe and the Gulf County School,
Board that the County pave at
the earliest possible time an ex-
tension of Long Avenue from its
present end at Niles Road to
intersect with Highway 98. The
two bodies also requested the
opening and. paving of Cypress
Avenue from 20th Street to Niles
Road, along with sidewalks, curbs
and gutters. These two streets
were deemed needed to serve the
traffic needs,,of the future sites
of the Port St. Joe'High and Ele-
Road Commissioner Walter
Graham reminded the Board that
they had a five-year priority list
of paving projects filed with the
State Road Department now, at
their request, and with a cut in
funds these projects might now
stretch out to 10 years.
In light of this information
and in view of the road needs
for the new schools, Graham sug-
.gested that the County Board
meet with the School Board and
the City Commissions of Wewa-
hitchka and Port St. Joe to see
what can be worked out for pro-
viding traffic arteries to schools
under, construction in Port St.
Joe and Wewahitchka. After
basketball tournament w h i ch
gets under way in Quincy to-
night at 7:30 p.m,
- In the first round of play, the
Jefferson County Tigers will. pair
off with Quincy Shanks for the
only ,game of the opening night.
Friday night, at 7:30 p.m., the
Sharks take on the winner of the,
Jefferson Cofinty-Quincy contest
while, Blountstown goes against
Chipley in the night-cap at 9:00
It is expected that the Sharks
and Blountstown's Tigers will
tie up in the championship game
Saturday night at 9:00 p.m. The
consolation game is scheduled at
Thus far this season, the
Sharks have lost only one con-
ference contest, and that was at
the hands of Blountstown. The
Sharks have also defeated the Ti-
'gers twice this season.
.Admission each night will be
$1.00 for adults and 50c for stu- -
considerable discussion, it was
decided to call the special meet-
ing for Monday evening at 7:00
p.m. in the County Commission
In other business it was report-
ed that 16. ladies had applied for
the position as secretary to the
Small Clairms Court-Judge and
Veteran's Service Officer. The
applications will be reviewed by
the Board- before a decision is
Commissioner Rudy Pippin re-
ported that the County's food
commodity program distributed
foods with a retail value of $24,-
*(Continued On Page 12)
Lions-Setting Up Program
To Enlist Future Eye Donors
Port St. Joe's .Lions Club is
taking seriously the universal
project of Lions' Clubs every-
Where in sight conservation.
The local Lions are hoping to
go a step farther and begin a
Dan Jensen of Chipley, second- from right, shows Lion's. Club
President, David Rich, right, an article on the Florida Lion's spon-
sored program aiding the Florida Council for the Blind. Looking
on is Lions program chairman Glenn Williams, left, and Mrs. Jen-
sen. --Star photo
Hearings Scheduled for
Senator W. E. Bishop and Rep-
resentatives John Robert Middle-,
mas and Joe Chapman, announce
that public hearings will be held
in Gulf County next Thursday,
February 20 pertaining to pro-
posed local legislation for the
pending Legislative session.
The hearings will be held at-
10:00 a.m. here in Port St. Joe in
the courthouse, and a second ses-
' sion at 2:00 p.m. in the old Court-
house in Wewahitchka.
According to Representative
Middlemas, the only subject that
has been brought to the atten-
tion of the Legislative delegation
is 'the matter of salaries for the
Gulf County officials.
The meetings will be open to
the public for the presentation
of any local Legislative matters.
Assessor Gives Refund
Gulf County Tax Assessor,
Samuel A. Patrick, refunded to
the- General Fund of Gulf Coun-
ty, excess funds in the amount of
program of sight restoration, to
go along-with conservation, here
in Port St.. Joe. The Lions are
now working to create a local
station for collection of human.
eyes for the Florida Foundation
for the Blind.
Mr, and Mrs. Dan Jensen of
Chipley spoke to the Lions Mon-
. day -night, explaining -the work
of-the Foundation and the need
for more eye donors so that'
many blind or near blind may
see again. Mrs. Jensen has re-
ceived a cornea transplant from
the Foundation, enabling her to
see clearly again.
Lions Clubs over the nation
are joining with. the, National.
Foundation for the Blind in sign-
ing up donors, who will bequeath,
their eyes to the Foundation af-
ter death. Permission must be
granted ahead of time, as the
eyes must be removed' and re-
ceived in a Foundation hospital i
within 48 hours after death. The
hospital; .nearest here is in
Lions :Club President ,David
Rich said. that the Municipal
Hospital: has agreed to cooper-
ate with the program if the
Lions get it set up. Rich said the
club is going ahead with the
project and in the very near fu-
ture will be canvassing the town
for eye donors who -will leave,
their eyes to the Foundation: af-
ter their death.
Walker Family Will Conduct Revival
Services In Oak Grove Assembly Church
Reverend and Mrs. Randall A.
Walker, Assemblies of God evan-
gelists from Albany, Georgia,
will begin a revival at the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church
on Monday, February 17 and
continue through Sunday, Feb-
Rev. and Mrs. Randall A. Walker
ruary 23, according to the pastor
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson.
Reverend WaIker graduated
from Southwestern Assemblies of
God College, Waxahachie, Texas,
with a B. S. degree in Bible and
Christian Ministry. Before enter-
ing the evangelistic ministry,
Reverend Walker served as the
associate pastor of the First As-
sembly of God Church in Albany,
Reverend Walker hopes that
through his youth-slanted, deep-
er life emphasis, people might
become aware that God is inter-
ested in the needs and problems
of every individual.
Along with the preaching of
the word each night, the anoint-
ed gospel singing of Rev. Wal-
ker's wife, Claudia, will be an in-
spiration to all who attend.
'Pastor Wilkinson extends a
cordial invitation to attend these
nights of revival with services
beginning each night at 7:30 ex-
cept Sunday when services begin
Sharks Draw Bye In Opener of Gulf
Coast Tourney In Quincy This Week End
Best Chance Yet for Gof CouReport of
Best Chance Yet fo-r A Golf Course Tips Earned
As we see it, Port St. Joe and this area now has the
best chance it has ever had to obtain a golf course and
country club complex. Based on past performances and
attempts, to create such a facility here, if this attempt
doesn't work, it will be a long time before we can proudly
boast, "yes, we have a fine 18 hole golf course, swimming
pool, shuffle board courts, tennis courts, etc. come
We're going to be forced to learn a valuable lesson
if even this present dream and desire comes true. We're
going to have to learn to cooperate and work for one pur-
pose. Port St. Joe is still, for all practical purposes, a
young city, and if it is ever to become a "home". a "first
class" small city, we are going to have learn this valuable
lesson which has largely passed us by thus far.
People in this area have long been desirous of having
such a recreation complex as this to use. The big draw-
back has been the fact that such a facility costs a lot of
money, and our people have been very loath,to cooperate
to the point of parting with or pledging the support nec-
essary to provide the necessary cash. We have all wanted
a golf course, a swimming, pool, etc., if someone would
build it for us free of charge.
This proposed country club will provide much more
Our New' Sc
We were impressed by a statement made by Princi-
pal Walter Wilder at the Rotary Club meeting last Thurs-
day, concerning our new high school now under construc-
tion here in Port St. Joe.
Wilder said, "For five years, I recruited students for,
The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee."
Wilder went on to say, "In my pursuit of my job, I went
into literally hundreds of schools from Washington, D.C.,
to Miami and from the Atlantic seaboard to Houston,
Texas. I saw some fine schools, but not a one to com-
pare with the school currently under construction here
in Port St Joe".
That's a big statement to make and it takes in a lot
of territory. It is also a welcome bit of knowledge to the
people of Port St. Joe, we would think. To be number one
"'The Rise of Communis
by ARTHUR W. McFADDEN
One of the newer Communist
groups, which identifies itself
with the Chinese model of revo-
lutionary warfare, rather than
the Soviet model, is the Negro
"Revolutionary Action Move-
mcnt" (RAM). This organization
was founded in Philadelphia in
the winter of 1963 under the di-
rection of Max Stanford, a Negro
militant. Stanford has retained
his leadership position as field
chairman in RAM and since 1966
has also been head of the New
York Black Panther Party, a cre-
ation of the Student Nonviolent
Coordinating Committee a n d
Although RAM is under the
*control of Stanford, it takes its
lead from Robert Williams, who
'bOW lives in Peking.
Robert Williams was born in
Monroe, N. C., served a short
time in the U. S'. Marines but
was discharged because he was
a habitual shirker. Returning
from service in 1955, he took
over the leadership of the Mon-
roe 'branch of the NAACP. In
1955, Williams wrote a letter to
the President of the U. S. ex-
pressing a desire to renounce his
citizenship. A year later he made
a request. to the Soviet Union
asking that it make arrangements
for him to move to the U.S,S.R.
Williams began to arm mem-
bers df the local NAACP chap-
ter. He preached violence. His
flirtation with violence earned
him a six month suspension from
the NAACP. In 1960, after being
reinstated as Monroe chairman
of the NAACP he journey to
Cuba on a Fair Play .for Cuba
Committee sponsored trip.
Soon thereafter, Williams be-
came a hero of the extreme left-
wing. He ultimately became in-
volved in a violent racial demon-
stration in Monroe, and he and
his followers were charged with
having kidnapped a white cou-
ple. Williams and his family fled
to New York where they hid for
a short time, and then went to
Canada and finally to Cuba. Wil-
liams was wanted by the FBI on
a kidnapping charge.
In Cuba Williams was yiven a
In Cuba Williams was given a
broadcast over Radio Havana a
program called Radio Free Dix-
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port SL Joe, Florida,
By The Star' Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
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Rteaer, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
FORT ST. JOE, FWLMDA 82456
entered as second-elass matter. December 19, 1947, at tbe.Poatoffice, Port St. Jos,
sTorida, under Act oft March 8, 179.
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OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. 8. One Year, 3$.O
TO ADViRTISERS--I case of error or, ommiselos In advertisements, the publishers
do not bol'l themAel liable for damage further tha amount received f6r sach
The spoken wor, I given scant attenton the printed word is thoughtfauHy
nrlhed. 'The spok. word barely aAertm-: h;ypr int d word thoroughIr con-
vinces. The spoken 'd.i0d ,s lot; t e printed wart iBuenus.
than just recreation for our people. We will not mini-
mize the desirability of the, recreational benefits, but they
are only a by-product of creation of a complex such as is
planned by the St. Joseph Country Club. Another bene-
fit from this facility will be its attraction to retired peo-
ple, industry, and growth to our City and area. This po-
tential is tremendous.
Another thing we like about the proposed club is its
need for cooperation of everyone in our city for it to be-
come a reality. As we said, it will cost a lot of money. It
will require the support and membership of most of our
people in order to get the job done. We are told that at
least 300 memberships will be needed to adquately finance
the proposal. Needless to say, even more memberships are
welcome. As temporary chairman Charles Brock said at
a meeting Thursday night. "It's almost impossible to con-
ceive that the day willever come when we will not need
the support of everyone in our area".
Many people are excited about this proposal (includ-'
ing your editor, who" has hit a golf ball only once in his
life). We believe it will fill a great void in our community
life and, so believing, we ask for the cooperation of every-
one in seeing it come to reality.'
hool The Best .
we think is desirous. To be satisfied with mediocrity
breeds more of the same. Wilder offered the opinion that
our new high school is a valuable first step forward to
top-notch education in Port St. Joe.
The principal went on to say that, "When we are in-
terviewing teachers for our school, we stress to them that
if they do not wish to put forth the effort and time to make
this the best school system in the State, then they need
not ask for a job here". This sounds good to us, and if
building such a first-class school as we are building in-
spires such an attitude, then we believe it will be money
With one of the finest Courthouse buildings in the
state; the finest high school in the state and the very
real possibility of a fine country club complex for our area
we can look for even better things ahead.
I Cash tips amounting to $20.00 or
. more in- a month with one employ-
er are now covered by social se-
curity according to Ted A. Gamble,
Social Security District Manager
in Panama City. Anyone who re-
ceives tips of. $20.00 or more in
any month while working for one;
employer must report this to his
employer. He will then receive so-,
cial security credit for his tips as
well as for his regular-wages each
Gamble pointed out that the re-,
porting of tips is a requirement of
the law and is not voluntary. This"
provision has been in effect since
January,, 1966. He also stated' that,
counting of tips along with regu-
lar wages means better protection
and higher benefits for -workers
If tips are a part of your earn-
ings, you should keep a daily re-
cord, and each month report the
amount received if it is $20:00,or
more. This amount should be re-
ported to your employer who will
then report it with your regular
wages. If ybur employer is not fa-
miliar with this procedure, he
should contact the social security
office for instructions.
If you have any questions on. the
reporting of tips or any other so-
cial security matter, call or write
your local Social Security Office.
The office for this area is located
at 1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
City. 32401. The telephone number
is 763-5331. The office is open
Monday through Friday from 8:30
that we are for the destruction
of the oppressors--and the main
oppressor at this time is Lyndon
Johnson and the United States."
In one issue of the official pub-
lication of RAM, "Black Ameri-
ca", Stanford wrote that: "All
Afro-Americans must begin to
think like guerrilla fighters,
since we are all "blood brothers'
in the struggle". The statements
of Stanford and Williams are re-
markably akin on the subject
of guerrilla warfare.
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969
ie. He also published a monthly
newsletter entitled, "The Cru-
sader" which was sent to the
United States through a Fair
Play .for Cuba Committee outlet
in Canada. It is now mailed to
the United States directly from
Peking, where Williams resides.
Robert Collier was another
young Negro on this 1964, jaunt
to Cuba. While there he joined
other Negroes on the trip in
founding the Black Liberation
Front as a "front" for RAM in
this country. Collier was the mas-
termind behind the bizarre plot
to blow up the Statue of Liberty
and the Washington Monument
until the plotters were tripped
,up by an undercover police agent.
who had infiltrated their group.
This undercover operative testi-
fied before the HCUA on No-
vember 1, 1967, that Collier had
told him that he had received
guerrilla warfare training from
Communist North Vietnamese
during his visit to Cuba., Collier
also stated that he was planning
to organize groups of black mili-
tia of the Black Liberation Front
and these bands .f trained mili-
tants might be able to bomb the
White House and the Congress.
J. Edgar Hoover, in testimony
before a House Appropriations
Subcommittee on February 16,
1967, stated that Max 'Stanford
of RAM and Stokely Carmichael
have worked closely together.
Carmichael who resigned as head
of the Student' Nonviolent Coor-
dinating Committee (SNCC) in
May 1967, has become an open
advocate of Negro guerrilla war-
fare in the United States. The
new leader of SNCC shares Car-
michael's views. H. Rap Brown
gave an interview to the "Nation-
al Guardian on June 1, 1967,
;which was published on June
10, 1967. During the interview
"At this time, due to the world
crisis, to our position on Vietnam
we felt it necessary to make it
clear that we are for the libera-
tion of all people, for the free-
dom of all people, regardless of
nation, regardless of race, and
A SALUTE TO THE BOY SCOUTS!
This week the Boy Scouts of America celebrate their 59th anni-
versary of providing a program of character building, citizenship train-
ing and physical fitness for our youth. Thanks for a job well done!
Florida First National Bank
MEMBER: Florida National Group of Banks MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
OUR SHIRT-TAIL SHOWED!,
Is our face red .including both chins!
As "Dear, Abby" says, "give us fifty lashes with a wet noodle"
for pulling the boo-boo we pulled last week. As a matter of fact,
we pulled two boo-boo's.
First off, we identified Mayor Frank Pate, under the picture of
the City receiving three new trucks as "Mayor Frank Hannon". You
know Frank Pate is Mayor and I know Frank Pate is Mayor, but ap-
parently our type setting machine hasn't kept up with the times.
I'll lay the blame there, any how, since the machine is an inanti-
mate object and can't talk back-but it just might make another
embarrassing error in the paper this week to get back at me for
shifting the blame upon its cast-iron shoulders.
The second error was in relocating the Gulf Coast Conference
Basketball Tournament this week end in the Rutherford gymnasium
rather than in Quincy. Don't go to Rutherford; you may find your-
self sitting in the gym alone, unless others didn't catch our error.
All the basketball teams will be in Quincy; so if you wish to see
the tournament, you must go there too.
One thing we found out with these two glarring errors-hun-
dreds of people each week read this paper better than we do. They
read the errors, at any rate.,
HOW'S THAT AGAIN?
We read in the paper the other day where the federal govern-
ment has banished sex from the classified ads. The U. S. Equal
SEmployment Opportunity Commission last week printed in the
federal register new guidelines barring sex 'discrimination in job
advertising. The commission said the order is RETROACTIVE TO
The-only thing I can see to do is to go back to January 24 and
re-run all classified advertisements referring to sex preference in
job situations, 'if ,one wishes to comply with the law.
THE PERFECT SQUELCH
There's a lot of thinks I admire about George Tapper onb of
the foremost being his ability to get things done.
Thursday night, we came to admire his ability to come lack
at a heckler and gently, firmly, tactfully, put him in his place.
At the new country club meeting Monday night some stranger
from Crystal River was in the audience and he popped the ques-
tion, "Where is the land c ro m on which to locate this coun-
try club?" George replied, "I'm selling the acreage to the club at
exactly the price T paid for it". The heckler got started then try-
*ing to get George to give the land to the club on the premise that
the, land around the country club would become more valuable.
George admitted as to how it would, but he just didn't feel enough
like Santa Claus to part with '200 acres of land, free for nothing.
The heckler.kept on and finally George stuck the first finger on
his right hand up in the air, half closed' his right eye (which is
usually the sign for his "boom" to be lowered) and said, "I'll tell
you what fella you get up $40,000 and buy that land and then
you can make a. gift of it to the country club or anyone else you
This shut the heckler up.
I might add that I believe George made a fair price to the coun-
try club, and the club nor anyone else should expect people to part
with land for free in this day and time for anything except maybe
a road right of way.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969 PAME THIfE.
Wilder Tells Rotary About Quality
And Features of New High School
Completes Beauty School
McKINNEY, TEXAS-Barbara Porter, 18, of Port St. Joe,
received her certificate of completion from the McKinney Job
Corps Center for Women, McKinney, Texas, in December.
Barbara, daughter of Mrs. Ressie Lee, had completed the
Cosmetology course at the Center. She has been employed by
Sanger-Harris in Dallas, Texas.
Principal speaker at the graduation was Felton S. Alexan.
der, Executive Director of the Urban League of Greater Dallas.
Presentation of certificates was made by the Center Direc-
tor Dr. George S. Kadra and Deputy Director Dr. Gloria Hobs.
Graduates and their guests were honored at a reception in the
cafeteria following the' ceremony.
Port St. Joe High School Prin-
cipal Walter Wilder told the Ro-
try Club Thursday that the new
Port St. Joe High School, now
under construction, will have.
150,000 square feet of floor space
under one roof. :
Wilder pointed out that the
new school was about 55% com-
plete, except for, the "colliseum"
area, which has not been started
as yet. Darrel McMillan, job sup-
erintendent, was with Wilder in,
his presentation, and saidithat
plans are for the new school
to be completed by Christmas of
this year. I
The speaker outlined the ad-
vantages of the new building to
the Rotary Club. and pointed out
that he has seen, a lot of schools
in the South during the past five\
years, but none that .will co-m-
pare with the new Port St. Joe
,High School. ,
The new building will really
be a cluster of four round build-
ings joined together by one roof
system. Three of the round
"pods" will contain' only academ-
ic classrooms. Each of the "pods"
contains 20,000 square feet and
an average of 18 class rooms per_
"pod". Each classroom will have
900 square feet, with ,moveable
walls between a 'suite of three
classrooms. This. will enable the
school to use the new team teach-
ing or have three classes of.a
related nature in on one lecture
or film showing. 'In between the
three "'pods" is the media cen-
ter (or library).
There will be no two way traf-
fic in the halls. Traffic will travel
in one direction only, reducing
confusion from class changes. No.
class is pore than 180 feet from
the entrance and exit. All of the
structure will be centrally heat-
*ed and air conditioned.
In addition to the classroom
and media, centers, the building
will have a 6,400 square foot
"commons" area. This area will
be very flexible in that it will
be used for a cafeteria and will
feature a stage at one end in or-
der that it may also be used for
an auditorium. In the. commons
area is !also a 4,800 square foot
area for the administration of-
The _huge colliseuin area,
which is not yet under, construc-,
tion will have 47,000 square feet
in its confines. About one fifth
of this area (9,000 square feet)
will be utilized as a gymnasium
aica, The gym will have seating
facilities that can be expanded to
accommodate up to 3,000 people.
to watch a ball game or a play
that can be presented on the
stagu -at one end. Also' in tihe
colliseum area will b'e dressing
rooms, locker rooms, special
instruction rooms and band and
Outside dimensions are 602
feet by 420 feet. Total cost of
the new school complex is $14,00
per square foot.
Wilder said the \building,
which will adequately care for
1,250 students, is definitely plan-
ned for 'the future. Included in
the plans are stubbing in of sew-
\er and water,service for any ad-
ditions that may be needed in the
future. Also included is conduit'
'to every, room in the school in
the event the school should de-
cide to install closed circuit TV.
in the future.
"Nothing has been left undone
to make this the finest school
in the South", said Wilder, "and
I believe Gulf County and PortC
St. Joe will be very proud of it."
Wilder concluded by saying,
"This is a giant step forward to
first class education for Port St.
C. G. Costin, Sr., Attends Annual
Convention of Ace Hardware In Chicago
C. G. Costin of Ace Hardware organization, the home office anm
(St. Joe Hardware), 201-203 Reid warehouse. Another tour took deal-
Avenue, Port St. Joe, attended the ers to the ACE paint factory where
firm's 45th annual convention and, ACE paints were in the process of
exhibit, January 26 through 29. being manufactured and distribut-
Held in the Conrad Hilton Hotel ed. A third tour took dealers to
in Chicago, the four day meeting outstanding ACE stores in the Chi-
was designed to enable dealers cagoland area to note operating
such as Mr. Costin, to discuss mu- procedures. "Much was accomplish-
tual store problems and opportun- ed during the four day period," Mr.
cities with each other, and with Costin stated, "and during the com-
.1 ecialized merchandising pers. ing weeks and months ahead, the
nei from the general office. New benefits derived will become self
tePh'niques and procedures in me-- evident in the way of more effi-
chandising, accounting, advertising., cient. merchandising methods;
etc., were just a few of the many
topics under discussion. VISITING WITH DAUGHTER
Besides attending daily business 'Mrs. Zada Johnson of Salinas,
meetings, close to 400 exhibitors
occupying 70,000 'square feet of
show floor space displayed new '69
merchandise for ACE dealer con-
sideration. 11Merchandise emphasis
was placed on Spring and Summer
items which will have strong con-
sumer' appeal and will- son be on
,the shelves of Mr. Costin's store.
The final day of the convention,
centered upon a series of informa-
tive-tours. One tour centered upon
the nerve center of the entire ACE
California, has !arrived for an ex-
tended visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Thomas Webb of Oak Grove&
Mrs. Webb's brother,' Glenn, was
also a visitor for about 10 days be-
fore going to Salinas, Calif. This is
Mrs. Johnson's first visit to Flor-
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 13, 14 and 15
you can reduce your risk of heart attack by
following these simple rules:
*' Eat foods low in saturated fat
Stop smoking cigarettes
Reduce if overweight
Exercise regularly, moderately
Control high blood pressure
See your doctor regularly
Help expand the life-saving programs :
of your Heart Association
SContributed by the publisher
Heart Disease Takes Its Toll
Locally As Well As Nationally
Diseases of the heart and blood cans, about 25 million (121i. per
vessels far from being a remote cent) are living with some form of
and distant abstration constitute i heart and blood vessel disease that
what must be considered essential- may be diagnosed as such. And of
' ly a local problem them, nearly half (45.7 per cent)
have hypbrtensive heart disease,
Physicians, nurses and members and nearly a third (32.2 per
of bereaved families can testify cent) have high blood pressure
that this is true. So can newsmen, without heart involvement.
ho write the obituaries so often All of this puts a high premium
containing the words "heart dis- on the desirability of periodic me-
ease", "heart attack" and "stroke." dical checkups, which enable your
Here in Gulf County, as else- physician to begin immediate
where in the nation, the,heart dis- treatment of any disorder the ex-
eases and stroke exact a- frighten- amination may disclose, thus bring-
ing toll. No one, no family is im-| ing to you the benefits of the great
mune. Grandparents, fathers, mot- fund of new knowledge that has
hers, young adults and children been accumulated over the. past'
could be and frequently are several years.
among the victims. An excellent-case-in-point is hy-
Nationally, deaths from the heart pertension and hypertensive heart
and blood vessel diseases occur in disease, whAch afflict about 78 of
what has come to be a reasonably each 100 living Americans suffer-
predictable pattern one which ing from some form of cardiovas-
varies but little from year-to-year.I cular disease. If high blood pres-
With figures rounded, the break- sure is found, the chances are ex-
down within the cardiovascular cellent that after appropriate diag-
and young adults. If the young per- of rheum
son has suffered rheumatic fever, doctor ca
the doctor can almost always guard tive steps
against repeat attacks, thus lessen- Anothe
ing the chance of further heart of heart
damage. And if a child has an supporting
'acutely sore throat, get him to the Campaign
physician right away. It may be and thro
"strep" throat, frequent forerudner February.
atic fever, and, if so, the
n take prompt and" effect
to reduce the danger.
r way to reduce the risk
disease is by generously
g the 1969 Heart Fund
, being conducted here
ughout America during
Washington High Tigers Maintain Their
Perfect Record With Win Over JCTS
by WALTER GAFFNEY *
The Washington High .Tigers,
playing before a .gigantic home
crowd, celebrated their annual
homecoming in fine style Friday
Gulf Gets $48,000
From Race Track Funds
spectrum follows: Of each 1,000 nostic studies the physician can Tallahassee Comptroller Fred
deaths, about 559 are from coronary bring it under control by prescrib- 0. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr. today an-
artery disease, chiefly heart attack; ing drugs. nounced the release of $3.2 million
about 201 are from stroke, 67 from Physicians also are in a better to Florida's 67 counties, as their
hypertension a nd hypertensive position than ever before to identi- share of the state racing taxes this
heart disease, 10 from congenital, fy coronary-prone individuals. For month.
heart disease, 15 from rfteumatic the high-risk person, a program to The amount, which provided each
heart disease, and 148 from all reduce the risk of heart attack is county with $48,000, was more than
other forms of heart disease. vital; for all of us, it is highly de- a half million dollars greater, over-
The most recent figures indicate sirable. The recommended steps all, than the same distribution
Sthe cardiovascular diseases were may include maintenance of nor- made in February, 1968, Dickinson
Responsible for about 6.8% of the mal weight, avoidance of cigarettes noted.
total deaths in this county. In the less saturated fat and fewer clbles- Each county realized $26,500
!nation there are 54 cardiovascular terol-rich foods, meaningful physi- more to date t h is racing season
deaths for each 46 from all other cal activity, and, of course control (November-June) than it had re-
diseases and causes, of any high blood pressure that ceived at this date a year ago.
A different picture emerges, how- might be found. The tax is;, derived from betting
ever, wen we consider the preva- Regular physical checkups also receipts collected during January
lence of cardiovascular disease. may disclose either inborn or ac- for 'state dog racing, horse racing
Nationally, of 200 million Ameri- quired' heart defects in children and jai alai.
night as they defeated the Jackson
County Training School Panthers,
James Bouie and Thomas Sims
each had 21 points to pace Wash-
ington's scoring. Noiris Langston,
George Williams and John Crosby
aided the winning cause with 20,
17 and 10 points, respectively.
Lester, Tinsley, a Panther for-
ward, led the losers with 23 points.
Garry Pope added 15.'
The Victory gives Washington
an 11-0 record. Jackson County
,Ttaining was left with an 8-9
The Tigers traveled to Tallahas.
see Tuesday night to meet the
FAMU High Baby Rattlers. .
Wash. fg ft'tp JCTS fg ft tp
Crosby 2 6 10 Barnes 0 0 0
Williams 7 3 17 Golden 20 4
Lngton 10 0 20 Pope 6 3 15
Bouie 8 5 21 White 3-0, 6
Sims 7 7 21 Tinsley 11 1 23
Pugh 33 9
Spires 0 1 1
Williams 5 0 10
Washington Hi 18 22 20 29-89
J. C. T.S.--- ____--- 9 9 28 22-68
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969 PAGE FIVE
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Garden Club Planning Spring
Fashion Show for February 27
"Spring On Stage" is the
theme for the annual Fashion
Show to be presented by the Port
St. Joe Garden Club Thursday,
February 27 at 8:00 p.m. at the
Fashions for Spring will be
shown by Boyles Department
Store, Carp's, Inc., and Cook De-
partment Store. with commen-'
tary by the knowledgeable Mrs.
Joe Hendrix and directed by
. Mrs. Al Hargraves.
Modeling for Boyles' will be:
Marion Britt, Judy Schweikert,
Carole Lamberson, Sandra Raf-
field. Judy Hendrix, Paula Boy-
ette, Katy Pyle, Carol Ann Grace,
Desda Harper, Sue McCormick,
Dale Little, Richard Baxley. Dan-
ny Baxley, Tiffany Swatts, Syd-
Floyd G. Roberts
Retires In Texas
Floyd G. Roberts, Operating Su-
pervisor at Colonial Pipeline Com-
pany's Hebert, Louisiana mainline
station, has taken early retirement
effectivee February 1, 1969 Roberts
t -ansferred to Colonial in July,
"363 from' Southeastern Pipe Lide
where he had been employed since
Roy R& Soles has been transfer-
red from the Woodbury, New Jer-
sey facility to replace Roberts. Wil-
ton I. Hart, former chief Operator
at Linden, New Jersey, has been
promoted to Operating Supervisor
Phelan A. Dpnlap has been pro-
-- adf Srn qpln O pt~n t
na Anchors, Cindy Baxley, Stew-
art Guilford, Joey Raffield and
Modeling for Carp's will be:
Nancy Richards, Judy Adkison,
Sue Kennedy, Angie Butts, Shar--
on Hallman, Becky Boone, Cathy
Boone, Jeannie Leavins, Lavonia
McMullon, Glenda Butler, Benna
Butts, Mary Dell. Adkison, Pam
Collier, Amy Culpepper, Tammy
Butts, Martha Adkins, Henry
Boone, Robbie Freeman and Stan-
Cook's Departmefit Store mo-
dels will include: Mrs. Connie
Kirkland, Mrs. Jean Stebel, Mrs.
Frances Chason, Mrs. Ruth Ham-
mond, Mrs. Pat Costin, Mrs. Eve-
lyn Pate, Misses Terry Chason,
Lanell Chason, Holly Hendrix,
Delores Dickey, Peggy Jones, Jo
Beth Hammock, Brenda Weeks,
Vicki Brunner, and Lynn Knox,
Donald Shoots and Jerry Padgett.
Mrs. David Jones, chairman
for the affair, invites the public
to attend and preview the love-
ly fashion creations offered by
Port St. Joe merchants.
Many door prizes, donated by
Port St. Joe merchants will be
given away following the show.
Workers Named for
Aux Thrift Shop
The Thrift Shop will be open on
Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. For pick-
up of any donations please call Mrs.
Allen Scott 229-5171 or Mrs. Mil-
ton Anderson 229-2491.
Workers for the month of Feb-
ruary are: February 14, Mrs. C. W.
Brock and Mrs. Williston Chason;
February 21, Mrs. Roy Gibson and
Mrs.Frank Hannon; February 28,,
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix and Mrs. Rob-
The- Hospital Auxiliary would
like to thank the following for
their' donations during the month
of January: Rosemary Flanagan,
Mrs. Ivey Williams, Mrs. Milton
Chafin, Mrs. Floyd Campbell, Mrs.
Tom Smith; Mrs. Leonard Belin,
Mrs. John Hanson, Mrs. M. A. Free-
man, Mrs. George Tapper, Mrs. Bill
Whaley, Mrs. George Harris, Mrs.
Albert Blackburn, The Keyettes,
Port St. Joe' High School, Mrs. Jo-
seph Hendrix, Mrs. Frank Hannon,
SMrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Jean At-
chison, Mrs. Richard Porter, Mrs.
Jack Watts and Mrs. Paul Fensom.
Gulf Students On
GCJC Dean's List,
I A total of 11 Gulf County stu-
dents, seven from Port St. Joe
and four from Wewahitchka, were
on the "Dean's List" at Gulf Coast
Junior College recently for work
done during the fall semester.
Persons named to the "Dean's
List" have to' score a grade point
average of 3.00 (B) or better. Day
college students must carry at least
ten hours and evening college stu-
dents at least six semester hours
, The four Wewahitchka students
were Douglas Michael K en t,
Barbara C. Shirley, .Sammy R.
Patrick, and Sandra C. Batson.
The seven Port St. Jpoe students
were Harry Lee Smith, Debbie M.
Tankersley, Samuel James Grace,
Jennifer Nell Braxton. Jo h n
Michael Weston, William R.
Buzzett, and Barney E. McCormick.
Mrs. Holland Hosts
The Edna Horton Missionary So-
ciety of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church will meet Wednesday at
9:30 a.m. with Mrs. George Holland
at Mexico Beach.
The Lota Palmer Society will
meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m.
with Mrs. William E. Laird at 903
!Garrison Avenue. "
The Dorothy Clark Society will
meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
in the home of Mrs. Wesley R.
Ramsey, 111 Allen Memorial Way.
VISITING IN TAMPA
Mrs. Ellen Kirkland and Mrs.
Elizabeth Flood will leave Sunday
to visit with relatives'in Tampa.
Girl Scouts Entertain Guests at Dinner
Girl Scout Troop 157 and their, ice Griffin, Nancy Jones, Vicky mothers, Mrs. Margaret Ard, Mrs.
guests enjoyed a Valentine party Richards, Carol Barton, Terry Ruth Griffin, Mrs. Virginia Harri-
Friday night, February 7. A deli1 Brown, Cindy Wilson, Pam Parker, son, Mrs. Louise Parker, Mks. Da-
cious meal was served at 8:00 p.m. and Lila Gunter. vis Stoutamire and Mrs. Eunice M.
and planned group entertainment Also attending were. Mrs. Mur- Gunter.
was enjoyed afterwards. lene Ward and Mrs. Hazel Barton, LILA GUNTER
A drawing was held for a Valen- leaders of Girl Scout Troop 157 and Publicity, Troop 157
tine Queen and King. Receiving
the crowd for Queen was Debra
Murphy, and receiving the crown Mar P P
for King was Mark Wimberly. Mrs. garet li gs Has Pem Picked
Refreshments of cookies, cake I Anthology"
and punch was served during the ForPrinting In Poetry Anthology
Attending were, guests Jay Ste- Mrs. Margaret Biggs, Head of the mitted by teachers, librarians, in-
vens, Mike Hammock, Bruce May, Department of English at Port St.' structors, and professors in over
Corky Justice, Tony Justice, Carl Joe High School has been notified 'six thousand high schools, colleges,
Whittle, Mark Wimberly, Ji m of the acceptance of a selection of and, universities.
Moore, Erip Freeman, S te ve her poetry to be included i the
Reeves, Mike Todd, William Scott, 1969 edition of the 'National Poetry Dennis Hartman, Editor of the
Danny Tankersley, Robert Sanborn, Anthology National Poetry Anthology, an-
Eddie Summers and Girl Scouts nounced that the book will con-
Debra Bradford, Shelia Stoutamire, Mrs. Biggs' work is one of the tainn a brief biographical sketch on
Sandy Ward, Deborah Jones, Mir- small number selected from, about Mrs. Biggs as well as her poem
iam Harrison, Debra Murphy, Juan- seven thousand manuscripts sub- entitled, "The Last Gift."
iumote .u.. .rom n Ior pera..or.u iison uarr
Chief Operator at Linden. PTeSyterans
Vitro Wives Will Meet Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Attend Conference
Feb. 18 With Mrs. Whitfield 618 Madison Street, of Port St. The Seventh Weekend Confer-
Joe, wish to announce the mar-
The regular monthly meeting of riage of their daughter, Glenda ence of the Women of the Church,
Vitro Wives wfll be held at the to T-Sgt. Richard Carr of Crooks- Presbytery 'of Florida, Synod of
home of ,Mrs. Peggy Whitfield at ville, Ohio. Florida, Presbyterian Church in
St. Joe Beach. The meeting will be the United States, was held at the
h held Tuesday, February 8 at 7:30 The wedding took place at Dixie Sherman Hotel, Panama City,
Tuesday, February 18 at 7:30 Fort De Russy, Hawaii, Post Cha- February 8 and 9, with 96 women
_____pel on February 3. The ceremony present, representing 28 churches
was performed by Chaplain Wes- in Northwest Florida.:
GARDEN CLUB MEETS THIS ley Geary. Bible classes were-taught by Rev.
AFTERNOON WITH MRS. SMITH A-1C and Mrs. Craig Murphy George B. Telford, Jr., minister of
Mrs. John Robert Smith will host served as best man and matron the First Presbyterian Church of
m and guests of the Port St. of honor. Tallahassee. Rev. Frank L. Elvery
!3en Club in her home at Sgt. Carr and Airman Murphy of Panama City, who is executive
ison Avenue, this after- returned to Da Nang Vietnam to '43creJnry of the Presbyte(ry of
0 p.m. complete their tours of duty. Florida, led, discussions on "The
SMinistry of the Laity". Miss Bessie
Conway Lewis, Director of Field
L I | Ptirogram, Division of Church Rela-
ocal 'High School Winners Named in tion, aBoard of ChristiaA Educa-
tion, Richmond, Virginia, spoke on
Betty Crocker Homemaker Contest '"the Changing Role of' Women in
the Church .
Attending\ the Conference from
Winners in local high schools in ior girls in 15,116 of the nation' the Port ,St. Joe Presbyterian
the 1969 Betty Crocker Search for schools. Total enrollment since the Church were Mrs. Jacque Price and
the American Homemaker of To- program started exceeds 6 million Mrs. R. 1. Spillers.
morrow, an annual nation-wide and more than $1.5 million has
competition wit h $110,000 in been granted in scholarships.
scholarship awards,, were announc- .
ed this week. They are: Deda W.' W*- M-ets In
Gilbert of Port St. Joe High School --
end Yolanda V. Powe of Washing-
ton High Sc ool. Litle h pe
Each will receive a.special Betty The 1W\'oman's Society of Chris-
Crocker silver charm, and their .ian Service of the First United
papers will be entered with those Methodist Church met Feb. 3 in
of other school winners in the state the Little Chapel at the church.
competition for the title, State Mrs. ,Herman Dean, president,
Homemaker of Tomorrow. The presided.
'winner of this honor will be grant- The minutes were read and ap-
red a $1,500 scholarship from Gen- proved and the treasurer's report
eral Mills, Inc., sponsor of the an- given and filed.'
nual program.. Her school will be Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., advised
awarded a, complete set of Ency- that some new books had been ac-
clopaedia Britannica by Encyclo- quired and would be placed in the
paedia Britannica, Inc. The state library.
hunners-up will be granted $500 Everyone was urged by Mrs.
scholarships. Dean to attend the study on South-
In April, the first-place winners east Asia now being conducted on
from the 50 states and tpe District Sunday nights.
of Columbia, each accompanied by The program was brought by
a school advisor, will be guests on Mrs. Swatts, assisted by Mrs. Wes
an expense-paid tour of Washing- Farris, Mrs. J. B. Griffith and
ton, D. C., and Colonial Williams- Mrs. Essie Williams. Mrs. Swatts
burg, Va. The trip will culminate PFC NORMAN F. QUINLAN asked that the group give'thouight
with the naming of the Betty Crock- *t to the prophet in the old Testa-
er All-American Homemaker of To- Citation resented to ment as well as the now prophets
morrow. Her scholarship will be in in our country and the work that
raised to $5,000, with three runners- r. oman UInain 'is -being done by them.
iUp being granted $4.000, $3,000 and Mrs. Norma L. Cooper, 902 The meetion. closed withthe
e- 0 nnn0 h ;. ;,, _.; h .. benediction.
%4;,uwu sc iars ips, respectively.
National winners are chosen on
the basis of their original, test
scores, plus personal observation
and interviews while on tour. All
judging is by personnel from
Science Research Associates, Chi-
cago, nationally known educational
testing firm, which also constructs
and grades the written test papers.
The Betty Crocker Search for the
American Homemaker of Tomor-
Srow was started in 1954-55 to em-
phasize the importance of home-
making as.a career. It marked its
15th anniversary this year with a
record enrollment of 630,564 sen-
Ninth Street, Highland View, re-
ceived word this week that her
son, Private First Class Norman
,F. Quinlan, has been awarded
the Army Commendation Me-
dal by the United States Army.
Pvt. Quinlan is with the 101st
Airborne Division, stationed in
Quinlan earned the Commen-
dation Medal for "distinguishing
himself by exceptionally meri-
torious achievement in ground
operations in the Republic of
Vietnam during the period be-
tween March 1, 1968 and July
Charlie Jenkins Gets
Promotion In Vietnam
CU CHI, VIETNAM (AHTNC) -
Charlie Jenkins, Jr., 22, whose
mother, Mrs. Bertha L. Jordan, and
wife, Florida Mae, live at 1911 21st
St., St. Petersburg, Fla., was pro-
moted to Army sergeant last month
near Cu Chi, Vietnam, where he is
an ammunition sergeant in Battery
B, 1st Battalion, 21st' Artillery, 1st
Cavalry Division (Airmobile).
His father lives in Port St. Joe.
., E STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969
nie Witherow, Gayla Davis, Nancy
St. Joe High School Releases NeeanBarbarM" der
II Judy Ann Dever, Ruth Fleming,
Rhonda Gainous, Greg Goodman,
Hono0r Rol for 3r IXW Talman Sisk, Tomme Trikosko, Ali-
cia Wirt, James Page, Gary Pate,
Janet Antley, Johnny Bramton and
High School Principal Walter, 9th GRADE-Rosemary Faliski, Debra Maness, Desda Harper and Ray Little.
Wilder released the following lists Dewana Guillot, Thomas Brown, Jacque Hammock.
of Honor R911 students this week. Diane Varnes, Clyde Richard Lam- 10th GRADE-Marsha Player, 9th GRADE Diane Varnes,
The lists included Honor Roll stu- berson, George McLawhon, William Eddie Holland, Debra Mallet, John Clyde Richard Lamberson, George
dents for the third six week per- Quarles, Judy Hendrix, Susan Goodman, Holly Hendrix, Mike McLawhon, William Quarles, Delo-
iod of school and the first semes- Sampson, Katherine, Core, Linda Wimberly, Midge Howell, Steve res Daniels, Judy Hendri, Kather-
ter. Walton, Sheri/Lund, Julia Holland, Macomber, Vicki Ford and Carol ine Core, Linda Walton, Julia Hol-
THIRD SIX WEEKS Brenda Skipper, Mary Ellen Cox, Parker. land, Mary Ellen Cox, Debra Ma-
"A" and "B" Honor Roll Allan Hammock, Delores Daniels, llth GRADE-Judy More, Sue ness, Thomas Brown, Rosemary Fa-
.7th GRADE Raymond Hart, Kennedy, Joyce Bishop, \Carolyn liski, S'aeri Lund and Desda Har-
Maurell Elizabeth Cumbie, Carl A. i Taylor, Kathy Sutton, Pam Wilson, per.
Guilford, Russell Chason, Melanie Mrs D 'l. I Sharon .Hallmon and Vicki Brun- 10th GRADE-Marsha .Player,
Witherow, Gayla Davis, Bonita M Sr rouIyIfByT ner. Debra Mallet, Holly Hendrix, Mike
Treace, Nancy Noble, Barbara Mer- t 12th GRADE-Cookie Fendley, Wimberly, Midge Howell, Eddie
:ritt, and Cindy Chatham. Entertains Artists Jeaninne Britt, James White, Jua- Holland, John Goodman and Carol
01 U'T* Afl TnV*12' 4Rb.J I W UM 1 n illiny .XrpnL V'K g 'K i RikL Pke*1 r-
; 8thO GRA.DE---R oertLCCreamer, .
'Judy Ann Dever, Ruth Fleming, The home of Mr. and Mrs. Herb-
Talman Sisk, Tomme Trikosko, ert J. Brouillette on St. Joe Beach
James Page, Alicia Wirt, Greg was the scene of a recent meeting
Sandra Scott celebrated her
fourth birthday February 6 with
a feast of cake, ice cream, punch,
favors and games enjoyed by her
and her friends.
Helping Sandra enjoy the occa-
sion were Katrina Daniels, Greg
Daniels, Shelia Scott, Less Scott,
Ricky and Rusty Hudson, Synda
Sullivan, Pam Sanborn, Tonya
Cross,* Jim Brown and Greg
The party was held at the
home' of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Scott on Garrison
Goodman, Janet Antley and Ronald
Soloists Will Perform
At Parents Meeting
The Port St. Joe Band Parents
Association "will meet Tuesday
night, February 18 at 8:00 p.m.
in the High School Cafeteria.'
An informal concert of the se-
ven St. Joe High band soloists,
is scheduled for the program.
'After the program, refresh-
ments will be served, followed by
a short business meeting 'of the
Band Parents' Association. All
members and intte d parents
Share urged to 'attend.
of the Gulf Art Association. The
business session was conducted by
Mrs. John Sowers, Vice-President
and Mrs. 0. C. Hammond, secretary
Mrs. Brouilette, Art Supervisor
for Gulf County Schools, conducted
a tour of her ,home. The many
paintings, portraits and objects of
art were fully discussed, 'with Mrs.
Brouillette giving the artists.back-
ground and locale of each creation.
Of particular interest were the wa-
ter color paintings done locally by
Mrs. Brouillette here on the Gulf
bf. Mexico coastline. Herb Brouil-
lette is a portrait artist. His paint-
ing of his 90 year old father, show-
ed great sensitivity and ability. A
pair of terra cotta figures executed
wanal Wiamsicui, .-arenu .L1ng, cL. cy
Robertson, Tommy Knox, Cathey
Boone, Virginia Ward, Pam Hol-
land, Karol Altstaefter, Peggy
Jones, Debbie Lay, Deda Gilbert,
Jan Flemin gand Lida Combs.
8th GRADE-Robert Creamer.
9th GRADE-George McLawhon
and Katherine Core..
12th GRADE-Cookie Fendley
and Jeanimie Britt.
SEMESTER HONOR ROLL
"A" and "B1 "
7th GRADE-Cindy Chatham,
Bonita Treace, Carl Guilford, Meal-
11th GRADE-Judy Moore, Sue
Kennedy, Brenda Wall, Kathy Sut-
ton, Shirley Kay Cantley, Laura
Guilford, Pam Wilson, Molley Cau-
sey, Joyce Bishop, Lois Griffin and
12th GRADE-Cookie Fendley,
Jeanihne Britt, Peggy Henderson,
Kathy Bratcher, Juawana Williams,
Karen King, Cathey Boone, Pam
Holland, Debbie Lay, Jan Fleming,
and Lida Combs. "-
9thl GRADE-George McLawhon
and Katherine Core.
12th GRADE-Cookie Fendley.
Washington High School Lists Six
Week and Semester Honor Roll Students
by Frank Lloyd Wright, the re- The following students made the 1
K lub Selling onouned architect and given to Mrs.honor rollat the Washington High
e lling Brouillette byaMr. Wright present- nor rollat i
Brouilette by Mr. Wright present- School for the third six weeks per-
SCah levision Service ed another' field of the great man's iod that ended Friday, January 24,
O lC I works.. The art of engraving on me-which culminates the end of the
The Gulf Cablevision Company I tal and lithography were illustrated first sem ter.
this week announced that the by Mrs. Brouillette. Presented for Students making all A's and B's f
Port St. Joe High School Key personal viewing were sketches she for the third six weeks are:
Club Will sell Cablevision service had done in New Orleans, Mon- FOURTH GRADE-Sonja Lewis I
for the months of February and real, Canada and Cuba. Robinson and Vanesse Willis..
-March. Mrs. Brouillette is a graduate of FIFTH GRADE-Ronald Daniels, (
The Company will pay the Key the Art Institute of \Chicago where Barbara Nelson, Cheryl Hatcher,
Club $3.00 for ea6h new custo- she received her Bachelor of Arts ,Fredda Granger. Linda Diane Ri-
mer they sign up during these Education degree. She attended the ley. t
S.. two months. University of Florida, Troy State SIXTH GRADE-Anthony Dan-
S' Anyone who would like, to Teacher's College and received her dy.
"have Cablevisioh service is ask- Master's from Florida State Uni- SEVENTH GRADE-William Mc-
ARDi e d to contact 'any one of the versity in Tallahasse. ter exper-
o u rsI Key Club members. ience in teaching is long and var-
t .ied, from the public schools of
Ch1. .. uing Contraqt within the county 'Florida to Blue Mountain College
Members of the Port St. Joe High School picture'taken on a 'four of the mill last Wednes- syste These membersof the i. in Mississippi. to Professor of Art
work under the provisions oftheir she worked with Disney Color Stu-
Cofitinuing Contracts. dios of Chicago, The Baldv in Loco- Wray M1unay
ThEe.mcany^ aspecs ofthNATIONJALTRUCK DRIVER OF THE YEAR
Minutes' Eeenr he many daspets o th" jojb The Board received a list of rea- motive, Company of PhiladelphiaONAL TRUCK DRIVER O THE YEAR
minutes O' The o magnitude were discussed.
Bar. WalterRDodson, President of sons, compiled by a group of inter- and with the Mississippi medical
o PU L the F d Fr N a B" ested citizens in North Port St. Joe,A action as illustrator.
BOARD o f PUBcLICo eIN T U /CTIOe Napp6eared besorethe Board, at the sstudentscgrades 1-6, from Washing- At, the, conclusion of the evening
highrequest of interest on the mscuss ton High Scho to the Highland a refreshment hour was enjoyed.
noie depositIzes edteBor d S in a View Elementary School. A copy
nies deposited te d Board in that this list is on file in the Super-
cbank. Mr. Dodson agreedotonway the
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA hitchka High School on a tempor- Board 4:k4. interest on theo nies intendent's office.bNo action was NTC TOBDE
JANUARY 7, 1969 ary basis effective November 25, deposited frm the $ 1,100.000.00 taken by the Board concerning it. NOTICE TO BIDDERS
.The ul ou Sc.hool Board 1968" ;accepted Mrs. Vivian Bynes b s to he o ay a r. The Board discussed the utility Sealed bidig will be reecive d in.
TheoGul onty School Board 1968; aestio Ms Vivian B e bond sale to be held by' the Board. bills within the school system. The the office of the District Forester,-
met irregular session on theabove 'resignation as a teacher at Wash- The press ent rate of interest is4 r ndn asre re or id i 1
h ....m h ...... oni o efcte De .....tomaic.rene.a TSuperintendent'was directed to Florida Forest-Servie, 715 West
present am a ene e Jaact G raicem e, 16f8 tre Mi-san d The Weahitchka State Bank did v various companies supplying utili- until 2:00 P.M., CST, February 21,
Chaimination, Alotedes. B.oaRichS rd, V 9ce JanetdKg fro. ta Higlade nontr a resentative atuthed~ ties to the schools. 1969. for furnishing building ma-
Chairman, William Roemer, Sr., El- Viw elementary School t the St. meeting The Superintendent was, Thee e od a long conversa- e s, ue d S ntrac
dridge Money. and Waylon Graham. Joe Elementary School effective authorized. to contact the Wewa- The Board had a long conversa- trials, supplies, and sub-oe con -
Board Member Wh itfield was ab- December 20, 1968; appointed Mr. hitcha State Bank conce rning a tion with Mr. Norman Gross,the tural services required for the con-
sent. Wayne Stevens to a teaching posi- new rate of interest on the moniesBoard Architect, concerning the struction of a house at White City
The Superintendent was present tion at the Highland View Elemen- .one new buildings under construction. Headquarters, located in Gulf
Sr tar School effect ive January 6 hs t e it-Minor discrepancies in the plans County, Florida.
,and acting. e tary School effective January. test is% on the monies dep osit- were called to Mr. Gross' atten- Bid conditions, materials list and
,The meing was opened i oith a 1969; appointed Mrs. Ermas Dxa te u f C ed o d 1 ;
rayhe bne oard hem ber Mone e-,as a teacher at the emashington ti on. The Superintendent was di-.secifications may be obtained
The minut B oard th regular met. High Schoolr athe remainder of Mr. Charles Stevens represent- reacted to see that the discrepancies from the office of the District For-
ing of December 3, 1968 were read the 1968-69 school year effective ing, Citizens Federal Savings and were corrected ester, Florida Forest Service, 715 II
and approved as read. December 16. 1968. Loan Company;, appeared' before The Board authorized a School West 15th Street, Panama City,
Waylon Graham. newly elected The-Board made the folloli'ng the Board requesting that the Lunch Program, revised for the Florida. O O D
member of the Board, was duly decisions concerning non-instrue- Board denosif a maxirfum of $15,- school year 1968-69, as requested The Florida Forest Service re-
seated. The Board was reorganized 'tional personnel as designated: 000.00 with the company 51 by the State Department of Edu- serves the right to reject ay and/ i
for the calendar year 19690.granted Mrs Jean Gortmana per- interest for a six month period cation and prepared by Mr. R. C. or all' bids. '
Board Member Rich nominated sonal leave'of absence from the with automatic renewal. The Board Maddox. Lunchroom'. Supervisor, FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE -
Gene Raffield as chairman. Board Wewahitchka High School as a directed the Superintendent to subject to the approval of the Su- Ralph J. Edenfield, 2t
member Graham seconded the teacher aide, effective January 1, withdraw $7,500.00 from the Bond perintendent and General Supervi- District For ester 2-13 E
nomination. All voted yes. Board 1969 hired Mrs. Diana Wilder as Construction Reserve Fund from sor of the school system. O 6 V I E
Member Roemer nominated B. J. a teacher aide at the Port St. Joe the Wewahitchka State Bank and There being no further business, NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
Rich, Sr., as Vice-Chairman. Board High School effective January 6, $7,500.00.from the ,Bond Construc- the Board adjourned tor meet TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and
Member Graham seconded the mo- 1969; hired Mrs. na Merritt as a tion Reserve Fund from the Flor- again in regular session February Notice is hereby given of intenr-
tion. All voted yes. lunchroom employee 'at the Port ida First National Bank and depo- 4, 1969 at 9:00 a.m., est. tion'to apuly to the 1969 session of A S RlNA CE
The Board received a resolution St. Joe High School effective Jan- sit this amount with the Citizens the Florida Legislature-for passage ASS URANCE ,
from the faculty at the Port St. uary 6, 1969 accepted the resigna- Federal Savings and Loan Com- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA of act amending Sections 1 and 3
Joe High School recommending tion of Mrs. Doris Julius as'a tea- pany., JANUARY 15, 1969 Of Chapter 67-665. Laws of Florida
that thenew g nasium complex cher aide at Washington High The Board authorized the super- The Gulf County School B oard (same being an act relating to Apa- Of ACmCURACY
of the new. high school be named School effective November 27, intendent to secure bids for solar met in Special Session on the above lachicolaLRiver Na'~igation District.
the ."R. Marion Craig Coliseum". 1968; hired Miss Betty Chambers screens for the County School of- date. The following members were the creation thereof, providing. e
The Board unanimously agreed to as a teacher aide at Washington fices, in the Courthouse. These present and acting: B. J. Rich, Sr., boundaries, a governing authority. are your guarantee
accept the resolution for consider- High School effective December 2, screens will prevent the glare now vice-chairman, William Roemer, and for supervision and control of peace of mind when
action when the naming of the new 1968; approved Mrs. Betty Curlee, being experienced in the offices. Sr.. and Waylon Graham. thereof and a method of funding you have your prescrip-.
gymnasium -complex is in order. Mr. Duane Sherwood and Mrs. Ru Board Members Whitfield and same) by eliminating Gadsden tions filled at our Phar-
nAsoluti on ,i sordena a a TheBoardidiscussed changes dic Raffield were'absent. b County from said district and re-
cy of res on on fic e eool eus dri is icns fmr stated by the StateConstitution con- The Superintendent was present ducin the number of members of I macy.
in the Superintendents office. school bus driving licenses from Icerningthe nomenclature to be and acting. the Board of Commissioners of
The Board diseased a joint reso- the State Department of Educa- used in. designating the School The meeting :was opened with' such district from 6 to 5.
lutione to th de oard o o Cotyon io term inated Mr. S. J. Taylor as SERVICE
missioners and the Board of City'an employee in the county main- Board, the School District and the prayer by Board Member Rich. BOARD OF COUNTY
Commissioners of Port St. Joe re- tenance department effective De- Superintendent. This matter was Board Member Graham introdu- COMMISTONER OF GADS- is demonstrated by
questing both commissions to ini- cember 31, 1968. tabled for consideration at the next ed a resolution entitled: "Resolu- DEN COUTTNTY. FLORIDA ... i ona
tiate the proper procedure to ex- The Superintendent read letter regular Board meeting. tion providing and directing pub- By: EDWIN BAUR, Clerk provision of a drive-in
tend Long Avenue to accommodate from Mi. Holloway and Mr. Walter The Board authorized the Super- location' of Notice of Sale of $1,- window at the rear of our
the new Port St. Joe Iigh School Wildper suspending students for intendent to sign a change order 100,000.00 School Bonds of Special NOTICE TO BID store for your conven-
site. A copy of this resolution is gross infraction of school regula- with Burns, Kirkley and Williams Tax School District Number One, BID NO. 69 ience. Just buzz for ser-
on file in the Superintendent's of- tions. Construction Comp;any, Inc., in the Gulf County, Florida, dated Janu- Sealed Bids will be received by vice in your car
fice. The Board received notification amount of $950,830.00 for alter- ary 1, 1969, and providing f6r re- the City Commission of the City of
ric. ... .The Boardpaso t eeitern Asociatio n ates Number One, Number .Four, demption provisions" Port St. Joe. Florida. at its regular
The Board passed a resolution to from the Southern Association of Number Five and Number 10 at the This resolution was read in full place of meeting in the Municinal
thJoe Cirequesting that action be i-ers of Port St. Colleges and Schools that Wewa- new Port St. Joe High School and and a discussion held concerning Building in Port St. Joe. Florida .A
tiated 'to construhat action extensi- of hitchka High School had been ac- alternates Number One and Num- it. Board Member Graham moved until 5:00 P.M.. EqT. on February having your pres-
tiatedto construct an extension of credited for the 1968-69 school her Two at the new Wewahitchka the adoption of the resolution as 18. 1969. for the following: is having your pres-
Cypress Avenue to Niles Road. A year with a warned status. This High School- introduced and read. Board Memr 1. 1200' A" vitrife'd (lamed) pipe criptions compounded by
copy of this resolution is on file in statuss indicates that the deficien- James Taylor, the Board's inspec- ber Rich seconded the motion. All in 5' int' PVC couplings. a graduate Pharmaceuti-
The Superintend den th' e offices noted by the Florida Commit- tor for the new construction pro- voted yes. A copy of this resolu- 2. 15 8"xR" "Y" branches. cal Chemist.
The Board made the following tee must be corrected for the jects, reported that the work was tion is on file in the Superinten- 5 4 ta"," omihle "Y's" .
decisions concerning instructional school to be considered for the on schedule..He also reported mi- dent's office. 4 3n 4" 1 1nlsn
personnel as designated: granted school year 1969-70. nor discrepancies that he had not- T'7 -'-1na no further business. 5y 15 6" niis.
Mrs. Sylvia Costin a personal Mr. Hal Coggins and Mr. oJohn ed in' the construction work. The th. Tt ,r'dioirned to "ent agq;fn f ,-zit bhA inted rielivered
leave of absence effective January Byrd, representing the Alabama Board directed Mr. Taylor and the il v' ,rgnr session on February 4 in Po,-+ T+ -, Tn1 l.= W;d oSen-
f M 'avis as a eac gomer, Alabama, appeared before ter up with the Board Architect =T1"A' T ,17 rLl) 'Q 10Qloc0 'mh- ("tyV of Port St. Joe
er at the Hiland View El men- the Board concerning the Torginol and contractors. A chairman + ,o, "6-,t to reject any or NOW OPEN 8:30
tary School, efective December 20, floors which are to be furnished by 'The o-1 agreed to void the o A +, -- t
1968; appoint, Mr. Rex Addison ,their company for the new high new contracts recently signed by 1r' MAT" 4T. C. W BROCK PHONE 227-5111
as a reading 4her te wewa- school. buildings under construc- instructional perscnrc! on Contin--A -' "'-- -fior and Clerk
Neal and Robert Dickens.
EIGHTH GRADE-Debra Addi-
on and Raymond Addison.
12th GRADE-Deborah Rogers
ind Jacquelyn Raines.
Students making all A's and B's
for the first semester are:
FOURTH GRADE-Sonja Lewis
Robinson and Vanesse Willis.
FIFTH GRADE-Barbara Nelson,
Cheryl Hatcher, and Fredda Gran-
'SEVENTH GRADE-Phillip Hun-
EIGHTH GRADE-Edgar Addi-
son and Raymond Addison.
12th GRADE--Jacquelyn Raines.
from a Pro
AAM. to 6:30 P.M.
336 BED AVENUE
Sandra Scott Observes Birthday
me STAR, Port St. Joe; Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969
Mexico Beach Cub Scouts Held Their
Blue and. Gold Banquet At Rainbow
Cub Pack 307 of Mexico Beach
held its "Blue and Gold" banquet
at the Rainbow Motel Restaurant
with over 50 Cubs, Scouts, Scout
Executives and parents attending;
An entertaining skit taking off
on the TV program "Dragnet" was
presented by the Cub Scouts who
were questioning everyone they
met on the beach. When their sen-
tence was given it sentenced Mrs.
Charles Loiley to three years of
hard labor as Den Mother.
Jimmy Moore, Lake Sands Scout
Executive, presented the new char-
ter to Olen C. Hays, Institutional
Representative, who gave it to:
Wallace Tillery,' Cubm aster.
Awards were too numerous to:
mention. Every Cub showed evi-
dence of his duty well done by re-
ceiving an award equal to his time
enrolled in the pack.
An award for; community ser-
vice was presented to the pack for
their distribution of food basket
Sgt. and Mrs. Seymour Hall were
given awards of appreciation for
their outstanding service to the
Cub Scouts. This was particularly
appropriate as the Halls will be
leaving this area for his remote
All Cubs and leaders attended
church services as a group in uni-
form in- observance of National
Scouting Week designated on the
59th anniversary of Scouting.
Washington High Science Class Makes
Tour of Glidden-Durkee's Local Plant
The Physical Science class at
Washington Senior High School,
with their instructor, Mrs. Fred-
ricka Smith, toured the Glidden-
Durkee tall oil plant in Port St.
Joe, Tuesday, February 11.
An introduction to Florida's
forest products industry and sul-
fate naval stores by R. K. Wirth,
Organic Chemicals Group com-
munity relations manager, was
followed by a detailed explana-
tion of the tall oil plant's process
and products by J. B. Griffith,
local plant manager.
The group of 20 students tour-
ed the plant, from raw material
storage to fractionating towers,
control room and plant control
"Group tours of our plant are
always welcomed", said Mr. Grif-
fith, "and can be arranged for
schools from junior high through
college, as well as civic clubs.
Florida Greeting Service,
A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES .
1002 Garrison Avenue Phone 229-1686
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
LETTER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS
CIRCULARS FORMS BUbMMINESS CARDS
BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTING
Letterpress Printing Offset Printing OffiRe Supplles
LADIES WINTER LEAGUE
13 Mile took four from the Steve-
dores. Ola Jean Silva racked up a
456 series and a 172 game for.the
winners. High for the Stevedores
was Sandra Raffield with a 386
series and 144 game.
Dairy Burger. racked up three of
four games from Hannon's. Eve-
lyn Smith displayed her talent with
a bowling ball again, with a 204
game and a 508 series for Dairy
Burger. Hannon's own Ann Suber
had a 458 series and Sue Witherow
racked up her a fine 167 game.
Pate's took three of four from
No. 1 Drive-In. Ruby Lucas had a
460 series and Brenda Mathes had
a fine 190 game for Pate's. Marian
Pfeifer had a 453 series and a 169
game for No. 1 Drive-In.
The Senators racked up four
. from Marvin's. A substitute for the
Senators, Mary Brown, had a 489
series and a 187 game. Marvin's
little lady, Dot O'Shall, had a 376
series and a 144 game.
Know your team: No. 1 Drive-In.
Jean Crum, Mariam Pfeifer, Katie
Hall. Pat Carson.
STANDINGS W L
13 Mile Oyster Co. 58% 13%2
Pate's Service Center 56_ 151,;
Dairy Burger --------. 42 -30
Tapper's Senators ---- 411. 30%1
St. Joe Stevedores .... 31 41
Hannon Insurance .... 27 45
Marvin's Standard .. -19 53
No. 1 Drive-In ------- 14-2% 57%
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
The Gulf County Ladies Bowling
League met Wednesday, February
5 with the following results:
On lanes 1 and 2, WJOE's "Ra-
dio Actives" and the A. N. Rail-
road "Hoboes" split it up two and
two. High for WJOE was Doris
Strickland with a 140 game and a
381 series;. Marguerite Scheffer
was high. for the "'Hoboes" with a
163 game and a' 405 series.
On alleys 3 and 4, St. Joe Kraft
took all four from Whitco, Inci
Evelyn Smith had her usual good
night rolling a 210 -game and a
567 series, making her high for
her team. Melba Barbee, .a substi-
tute for Whitco, rolled high game
of 177 and high series of 487.
On lanes 5 and 6, Carpettes took
three out of four frpm Williams
Alley Kats. Hazel Barton was high
for the Carpettes with a 160 game
and a 461 set. Greta Freeman dem-
onstrated her talents when she
picked up a 2-7-10 split. Nancy had
high game of 164 and high series
of 433 for the Alley Kats.
Finally on lanes 7 and 8, St. Joe
Furniture took all four from Ami-
son's. Brenda Mathes had high
game of 159 and series of 453. Ver-
na Burch threw a 168 game for
Amison's and ended up with high
series of 479.
Jim Moore, left( Lake Sands Dist., Scout Executive presents
Mexico Beach Cub Charter to Oleo Hayes, Institutional Representative.
Cub Scouts along with leaders Sgt. and Mrs. Seymour Hall and
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Tillery at Mexico Bepch Blue and Gold banquet.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969 PAGE NIN
comprehensive ordinance which ted or done or any penalty or for- tendel to include all such additions, be overwhelmingly rejected else
A a= 1 a supersede all other general feiturc incurred or any rightor and amend moments. e uSor eu beb over he lin r teds-
OR18nANCE Nb. 41 mence theretoare .expre. svedfeetrany of he followingoor ps dyo the CPIty t smelbins for Wisdlife sg not accepted, which is not the
acting, "a new code of ordinances and effect for any purpose. (a) Promising or guaranteeing Clerk or someone authorized by
Of the'City of Port St. Joe, Flor- SECTION 2. All provisions of the payment of money by the city, him to insert in their designated A i p "Real purpose of these meetings
Establishing the 'e rosa fre or authorizing the issuance of any places all amendments or ordi PANAMA CTY Five public Places are Pensacola, Crestiew, t
Sda establishing or the sae; o sah Code hall be in full fore probondsof the city o any evidence nuances which indicate the intention meetings will be held the week of- Panama City, Marianna and Mon ter to present consolidated state-
ordinances not included the re repin and effect from and ancfte r the prof the city's indebtedness, or any of the City Commission to make February 10-14 in Northwest Flor- ticello, Monday through Friday at wide report of these views to the
tre mannees nof amending uch thirty days in the' official journal contract or obligation assumed by the same a partof such Code when ida by the Game and Fresh Water 7:30 p.m. CST, except that the Mon five-man Commission for their con-
code of Ordinances; a penalty for of the city; and all ordinances of the a city; the same have been printed m and to re- Fish Commission tb get sports- cello meeting w be e at 8: sideration."
thvid ovation thereof rdinand pro- a general and permanent nacted on e s or resolution of the City Com- tract from such Code all provisions men's.iews on vital wildlife sub- p.m., EST.
hiding when thi Ordinance shall the City o Port St. Joe enactobed on mission, not in conflict or incon- which may be from time to time jects, according to major T. L. Gar- Garrison stated that topics for Dr. Richard H. Schultz, Marian-
BET ORDAINE by the Commis- 15, 968, and not in such Code or sistent with the provisions ofsuch repealed bythe City Commission. prison, region manager Panama discussion include, game manage na, new chairman of the Commis-
sion of the City of Port St. Joe, recognized and continued in force (cAny right of franchise grant- available formal persons desiring to ity ment, 'fish management, law en- sion, is expected toattend one or
Fl ION 1. The acrida: by reference thereom in are hereby edbyany, ordinance or resolution examine the same. forcement, information,next sea- more of the Panhandle meetings
e of Orinances, 1. The accompanysisting of ivrepealed from and after this ordinance, except of the City Commission or any pre- SECTION 6. It shall be unlawful TO: ELIZABETH WIRT, Defendant son's hunting regulations an d to take part personally in discus
Cde of thronces18, eachinu-g of tvashereindater provided No rrdinance, ex ceding governing body to any per- for any person, firm, partnership, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- dates, fresh water fishing license sions, it was said.
pe e n heit o e l sofirm or corporation; association, organization or corpor- Ition for divorce has been filed on, xcet residents 65 locations and dates are:
adopted, and Appenacted A, s here on io ed, is hereby repealed. (d) Any ordinance dedicating, action to violate or fail to comply against you and you are required to evry on o, .except a r 5 e eting l0
adopted ansenacte as the "CoStJoe SECntoned, 3.s hereby repealprovided. naming, establishing, locating, re- with any provision of the Code of serve a copy of your written de- years of age or over and children Pensacola, Monday, February 10,
oflOrdinances, City of Port St. Joe, SECTION 3. The repeal provided locating, opening, paving, widening Ordinances, City of Port St. Joe, fenses, if any, to it on Hon. Car- under 15, and Commission activiti- Escambia County Health Auditor-
Florida," ahd shall be treated and for in Section 2 hereof shall not or vacating any street or public Florida, and where no specific pen- roll L. McCauley, plaintiff's attor- ties in general. ium; Crestview, Tuesday, February
considered as a new and. original'affect any offense or act commit- way in the.city; alty is provided therein, the viola- ney, whose address is 221 Reid .., w.ildlife .subjpcts."from the 11 Courthouse; Panama City, Wed-
(e) The annual budget or approp- tion of any provision of such, Code Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, on Also, wildlife sujects "from the 11, Co. urthouse; Panama City, Wed-
riation ordinance or resolution; I shall be punished as prescribed in or before February 24, 1969, and floor" will be discussed, he said; nesday, February 12, C6urthouse;
(f) Any ordinance establishing Section 1-8 of such Code. file the original with the clerk of but Garrison stated that "no for-or- Marianna, Thursday, February 13,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and prescribing the street grades SECTION 7. In case of the this court either before service on against polls" of those present will Circuit Court Room and Monficello,
of any street in the city amendment of any section of such | plaintiff's attorney or immediately be taken Friday, February 14, American Le-
(g) Any ordinance levying taxes; Code for which a penalty is not pro-1 thereafter; otherwise a default e Friday, February 14, American Le-
torner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor (h) Any ordinance providing for vided, the general penalty as pro- will be entered against you for the Such polls vary widely between gion Building.
local improvements and assessing vided in Section 1-8 of such Code relief demanded in the complaint communities, and more so between Meeting times will be 7:30 p.m.,
taxes therefore; shall apply to the section as amend-' or petition. different parts of the State, and a CST, except that the Monticello
SUNDAY SCHOOL .... 9:45 A.M. (i) Any ordinance dedicating or ed; or in case such amendment WITNESS my hand and the seal favorable vote in one meeting may meeting will be held at 8:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........11:00. A.M. acceptngany plat or subdivision contains provisions for which a of this Court on January 21; 1969. v
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE .... 11 A.M. in the city penalty, other than the aforemen-I /ts' GEORGE Y. CORE
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M. (j) Any ordinance or map relat- tioned general penalty, is provided 1-23 Clerk of Clrquit Court 4t
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30 P.M. ing to tanohe zoning oer section lands for busi- in another section in the same. T METT me
......ness, commercial or residence use; chapter, the penalty so provided in IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S FIRST METHODIS I HURCH
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M. (k) Any ordinances of the city such other section shall be held to COURT IN AND FOR GULF etio Monument and Constitution
granting to railroad companies the relate to the section so amended, COUNTY FLORIDA ntersectionMon
"Coma and Worship God With Us" right to construct railroad tracks unless such penalty is specifically In Re: Estate of r REV,. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
in the city; repealed therein. IVA BASSFORD ,
(1) Any ordinance authorizing SECTION 8. It shall be unlawful Deceased. Church School 9:45 AM.'
__ any encroachment on any city or for any person, firm or corporation NOTICE TO CREDITORS MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
public property; in the City to change or amend by TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
You Are Cordially invited To Attend (m) Any ordinance or Code or additions or deletions, any part or PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
parts,thereof adopted by reference portion of such Code, or to insert DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
by any section of such' Code and or delete pages or portions thereof, TATE:
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH not included herein; Ilor to alter or tamper with such You, and each of you, are hereby Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
I"(n) Any ordinance prescribing Code in any manner whatsoever notified and required to present "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street traffic regulations for specific loca- which will cause the law of the any claims and demands which you,
tions, not inconsistent with such City of Port St. Joe to be misrepre- or either of you, may have against
SNDAY. SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. Code. L seated thereby. Any person, firm the estate of TIVA BASSFORD. de-
Such repeal shall not be constru- or corporation violating this see- ceased, late of Gul f County, Flor-
MORNING WORSHIP .11:00 A-&. ed1to revive any ordinance or part tion shall be punished as provided ida, to the Honorable S. P. Hus-
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .. ...5. 5:45 P.M. thereof that has been repealed by in Section 1-8 of the Code of Or- band, County Judge of Gulf Coun- S E E
WOR SHP 7:00 P3L a subsequent ordinance which is finances, City of Port St. Joe, Flor. ty, Florida, and file the same in
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M. repealed by.this ordinance. ida. his office in the County Court- Do LVenS
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M. SECTION 4. Any and all addi- SECTION 9. All ordinances or house in Gulf County, Florida,
tions or amendments to such Code, parts of ordinances in conflict here- within six (6) calendar months
when passed in such form as to in- with are, to the extent of such con- from the date of the first publica- For A Good Deal On
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME dictate the intention of the City flict, hereby repealed. tion hereof. Said claims or de-
Commission to make the same a SECTION 10. This Ordinance mands to contain the legal address Plymouth, Chrysler or
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor part thereof, shall be 'deemed to shall become effective thirty days of the claimant and to be sworn Imperial
itEV. J. C. ODUM, Pastl r be incorporated in such Code so after its final'passage to and presented as aforesaid, or
Air Conditioned Cen.'ally Heated that reference to the "Code of Or- Introduced to the City 'Commis- same will be barred.
dinances, City of Port St. Joe, Flor- sion this 4th day of February, 1969. Dated this 13th day of Decem-
ida" shall be understood and in- FRANK PATE,. her, 1968.
Mayor-Commissioner /s' ELSIEi PARKER. RO ERS
ATTEST: 2t-2-6 Executrix of the Last Will
C. W. BROCK C 'and Testament of TVA Panama City Chrysler
S / City Auditor andClerk BASSFORD. Deceased. Plymouth, Inc.
"s/ WILLIAM J. RISH,
w* ,BID NO. 68 303 Fourth Street 15th St., Panama City
w eEQn d S s / w Tee INVITATION TO BID Port St. Joe, Florida 4t Phone 785-4372
E n d w e afiA*/ / The City Commission of the Attorney for Executrix 2-6
S/ City of Port St." Joe, Florida, will First publication on February 6,
,/ receive sealed bids' until 12:00 1969.
// Noon E.S.T. February 18, 1969, on
R E the following:
SJ. 12 H.P. TRACTOR/MIOWER
1. Electric Starting. -
*x / 2. 12 Volt Battery System.
3. 42" Belly Mounted Rotary F
YOvUR I Mower.
4. 4 Cycle, Air Cooled, Coil 1g.
Snition, Air Cleaner., XM an
5.,Pneumatic Tires... ---..
All prices submitted must be -
.F.O.B., Port St. Joe, Florida. -- -
The City Commission reserves '
the right to reject any or all bids
C. W. BROCK 1-30 -
City Auditor and Clerk St
ITN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
'- J- --'' _, Plaintiff o
a-nt- the nozzle, the more With two full-size r vo0b The fine mesh of the
ELIZABETH WIRT, Like a hose the smaller ving spray arms nothing self-cleaning, filter con,
SDefendant. can block vthe washing powerful the water jets tinuously collets food
NOTICE OF ACTION action; -every item in to. "peel" off tough, particles to prevent clog.
S- both racks is totally cooked-on foods other ging the tiny jet nozzles
washed and rinsed. systems miss. in the spray, arms.
ter eliminates redeposition of
... .to pre-rinse with high-pres-.
.sure spray arms and filter
action Smooth porcelain-.
enamel interior Dual dis-
STOP!L proper time 800-watt heat-
Money-Back Guarantee if you're nt delighted! be ready to start
paying. Add this quiet
So, sto first at the brake service -. muti"
NOW is the time to take the worry We're so sure you'll be delighted shop that displays the NAPAA
out of washday and take advantage with blameless drying that we're giv- Sign of Good Service and De- E .mia.......
of these two big offers, ing our customers a 30-day Money- ad notrryewt Brake arts :g e
Back Guarantee of Satisfaction with that bear the NAPA Seal be- for i good. Even
You'll discover that permanent press a 230-volt electric dryer purchased quality of triple-guaranteed ssonal and fruit pit.e
fabrics dried in a new multi-cycle between February 1 and March 31, endablhity a available oe-rel Iy Qhie a
electric dryer really need no ironing. 1969. Also your choice from a selec-, that show the NAPA Sg,. easy to install.
And because electric dryers have tion of attractive FREE GIFTS. U Mlercounter odels (Model SMD-40)t .
fewer parts than flame-type, you'll I e I I RCA L
find they cost less to buy and main- See your dealer for details and take SRU- from $14995 food waste disposer
tain. Installation costs are lower, advantage of this offer from... M o,:eI food weiRpoOe
too, because no flue is required. f m.9-9as.s
SSTE U St.- Joe Hardware Co
S helping build better communities. 203 REID AVENUE PHONE 227-8111
PRICES EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12,13,14 and 15 (QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED YOUR PLEASURE IS OUR POLICY AT PIGGLY WIGGLY.
COLLECT ENTRY SET OF 6 LETTERS TO SPELL LUCKY THERE ARE TWO (2) LETTER U's IN THE LUCKY "U" IF "INSTANT WINNER" APPEARS RETURN ENTRY FILL IN LUCKY "U" ENTRY, DETACH & DEPOSIT IN EN-
"U". RETURN SET TO THIS PIGLY WIGGLY STORE SEQUENCE. ONE U IS QUOTATION MARKED ("U") THE. BLANK TO PIGGLY WIGGLY FOR NUMBER OF S&H TRY BOX AT THIS STORE FOR SAT. P.M. DRAWING FOR
FOR 10,000 S&H GREEN STAMPS. OTHER U IS NOT. BOTH U's ARE NECESSARY TO WIN. GREEN STAMPS SHOWN. 5,000 S&H GREEN STAMPS. NO PURCHASE REQUIRED.
WIN UP TO 10,000 S&H GREEN STAMPS
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! Chase and Sanborn
FULL POUND VACUUM CAN
LIMIT One Can With $10.00 or More Piggly Wiggly
, Purchase (Cigarettes Excluded). Pleasure Shop Piggly
Wiggly for Quality, Variety and Economy.
POLE BEANS ---- lb. 19c
Single Wrapped Clearfield
CHEESE ---- 12 oz.
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! FRESH and CRISP
McCormick's Ground Black
PEPPPER -- 4 oz. 39c
Bama Apple/Blackberry, Apple/Grape
JELLY -- 3 18-oz. $1.00
JELLY 3 18-oz. $1.00
White and Assorted Colors-200 Ct.
KLEENEX -_ 2 boxes 59c
NINE LIVES-'/2 Size Cans.
CAT fOOD -2 Pns 33c
TID BITS 11 oz. 39c
- 10 oz. 3.
SUPER HARD-TO-HOLD GET SET
HAIR SPRAY 12 oz. can 41
COMPARE AT 99c -' YOU SAVE 51c
DIPPITY-DO HAIR SETTING YOU SAVE 37c
LOTION-- 8 oz.btl. 88c
YOUR PLEASURE IS OUR POLICY!
Limit-1 Bag With $10.00 Order
(Cigarettes Not Included)
lr *?" ,
USDA GRADE "A" and "B" FRESH DRESSED
FRYER PARTS SPECIAL
Sc DRUM STICKS Ib. 49c
cChicken Wings 3 Ibs. 99
VARIETY MEAT SPECIALS
OX TAILS-- ----Ib. 49c
Frosty Morn Budget
Sliced BACON .. lb.
PORK BRAINS -- -b.
R -. Ib. 29c
PIG FEET --. -- .'-- 3 lb s
PIG TAIL----------- 3 bs.
HOG MAW----------3lbs. 89C
IUNT'S WHOLE PEELED SOLID PACK
TOMATOES-- ----5 No.300
I STAR-KIST LIGHT
SCOTT TOWELS --
SCOTT TOWELS -
3 No. ,'
HUNT'S NEW .
TOMATO CATSUP-- 4
CAMPBELL'S SOUP 6-- c6
CHICKEN with RICE
ROCK CAMPBELL'S SOUP --, 6
CHICKEN and STARS
SCAMPBELL'S SOUP- --6
B FRUIT COCKTAIL
SUP APPLE JELLY
No. 1, -
16 OUNCE SANDWICH LOAF
5 loaves 99c
A' Ga. Grade "A" LARGE
$1.00 EGGS 2 Doz .$1.19
,I|* V FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG
io nn PEPSI COLA
00 BOTTLE A
CARTONS I U
Limit-S Carton with $10.00 O de
::;),I lT T
0 ettegiC s Norn /mu ea)
$0 GIANT BOX DETERGENT
$1.00 CHEER 65
L mit-1 Box With $10.00 Order
,dl.qi ^, :(Cigarettes Not Inclnded)
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! Gentle Ivory
4f $1.00 Liquid 65c
,3 PACKAGES JACKSON ALL MEAT
3 POUNDS MEATY
3 NEK 1 BONES 69c
JACKSON BEST TENDERIZED
SLAB BACON SPECIALS
EXTRA BONUS ,
100 S&H STAMPS
With $10.00 or Mir6 Purchase
S (Good Through Feb. 13)
Cigarettes Not Included
SEA PAK FROZEN
SEA PAK FROZEN
Streak-O-Lean First ut,
3 R $1.00
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THE! STAR, Part St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969
THE STAR, Port St. Jo6, Floridi THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969 PAGE ELEVEN
[A,,,P'sr-u nder'sl- raio !S vigson/S pe-igh
The store that 14-16L. ~
cares a out you! '.
"Super-Right" We "Super-Right" Pure Mild
'Super-Right" Beef Full Cut Chuck Rbast or "Super-Right" Western Beef "Super-Rght" Pure Mld
Chuck Steak .B. 58c CUBE STEAKS lb. 98c Pork Sausage ;B 39c
'Super-Right" Western Beef, Boneless "Super-Right" Pickle Loaf, Spiced Luncheon or Cap'n John's Frozen
SHOULDER ROAST Ib. 88c Sliced Salami 3 89c Perch Fillets 39c
'super-Right" Boneless Shoulder Banquet Frozen (in the Bag) with Gravy "Super-Right" Quick Frozen Chopped
Swiss Steak LB.- 88c Sliced Beef 4 s 99c BEEF STEAKS 2 lb. pll.39
* CUT GRE
* C.S. GOL
Mix or m
I WHOLE I
* LIGHT Cl
BLUE RIsBON VALUES AT OUR DEL MONTE"
ED PEAS Lb.10
DEN CORN Cns
ED GREEN BEANS 4 Lb $j.
PEELED TOMATOES 1-LB. Cans
S IN TOM. SAUCE 15-OZ. Only
HUNK TUNA 6'h-OZ.
* GRAPE DRINK
* ORANGE DRINK
* PINK PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
97% Caffein Free Vacuunm Pack I Speciall
A & P Coffee 1-LB CAN 79c
Regular Blue Bonnet Speciall
Margarine 1-LB. cn. 29c
Assorted Colors Speciall
Scottowels 2 Rolls 69c
Assorted Colors Speciall
Scottissue 2 L27c
25c OFF LABEL lT.Si '
KING SIZE1 f fl
5 Lbs., 4 Ozn. 9 **'
Limit I With $4.00 or More Order
Special! Jane Parker
2 1-LB. 8-z 0
Jane Parker Fresh Crisp Twi
U.S. NO. 1 WHITE ,SPECIAL
POTATOES 20 BAG79c
ANJOU PEARS LB. 25c FRESH CARROTS 2Lb. Bag 23c
PASCAL CELERY 2 -talks 39c Delicious Apples ".LB.n29c
Metrecal 3 ,n 93c .ax
GOOD THROUGH FEB. 16 2-15-69
...--aw *--* STAMPS
Wishbone Deluxe French .
Dressing -o 38c J-x
.GOOD THROUGH FEB. 16 2-1
wNm TO cumpUNO nD o ST1NPSF
Sultana S-o. 5
Pork & Beans 45c -x
GOOD THROUGH FEB. 16 .2-15-69
2c Off Mrs. FilbetWs ReI.
Margarine 31c jx
GOOD THROUGH FEB. 16 2-15-69
IF UNABLE TO PURCHASE ANY ADVER-
TISED ITEM, PLEASE REQUEST A RAIN
CHECKI Prices in this Ad are Good
Through Saturday, Feb. 15.
mTMaW M MMMUn STAMPS
Ann Page Egg
Noodles .i- 39c J.x
GOOD THROUGH FEB. 16 2-15-69
Box of 12 39C
ips Lb 65c
for over 2,00
in your home.
-- J H i
CHARLES W. BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk
1* WF~IU i5
'by, Florida Power Corporation
Are you searching for a pie re-
cipe that is decidedly different -
then try this Key Lime Pie. It is so
quick and easy to prepare.
KEY (or PERSIAN) LIME PIE,.
1 8-inch graham cracker (or
pastry) pie shell, baked
I cup sweetened condensed milk
.% cup Key or Persian lime juice
Grated rind of one lime
3 egg yolks
Prepare- the pie shell, bake and
allow it to cool. Blend the condens-
ed milk, lime juice, grated lime
rind and egg yolks. Pour into cool-.
ed baked pie shell. Cover with mer-
ingue and bake in preheated 350
degree F. oven, for 10 minutes, or
until meringue 'is delicately brown-
ed. Chill before serving.
3 ekg whites
2 tablespoons, sugar /
Scant % teaspoon cream of tar-
Being certain that no touch of
egg yolk is present, beat whites
until foamy. Blend in cream qf tar-
tar. Then gradually add th6 sugar,
beating until the egg whites are
stiff bult not dry. Use at once.
NIGHTSnl FEEL OLD
Common Kidney or Bladder ,ritta.
tons make many men and women
feel tense and nervous from frequent,
burning or Itching urinatlbn night
and day. Secondary you may lose
sleep and have Headache, Backathe
Sand feel older tired, depressed. In
such cases, CYSTEX usually brings.
relaxing'comfort by curbing Irritat-
ing germs In ald urine andquickly
easing paln.Get CYSTEX at druggists.
S FRANK PATE, Mayor
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, February 17
Beef and vegetables, cheese wed- "
ges, cabbage slaw, bot biscuit, ap-
ple jelly, butter and milk. I'
Tuesday, February 18
Sloppy Joe on buns. snap beans,
carrot-sticks, top of stove 'cookies,
butter and milk.
Wednesday, February 19
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and dills,
raspberry apple sauce and milk.
Thursday, February 20
Fried chicken, mashed) potatoes,
English peas, celery sticks, grape-
fruit sections and cherries, white
bread and butter and milk.
Friday, February 21
Roast pork and rice, mixed
greens, pickles, hot biscuit, butter,
syrup and milk.
Highland View Elementary School
Monday, February 17
Fish sticks, buttered grits, steam-
ed cabbage, potato sticks, pineapple
pudding, corn bread and milk.
Tuesday, February 18
Beef patties, buttered potatoes,
snap beans, celery sticks, sweet po-
tato pie, hot biscuits and milk.
Wednesday, February 19
Fried chicken, buttered rice,
English peas, lettuce and tomato
salad, white bread and milk.
Thursday, February 20
Cheeseburgers, buttered corn,
sliced tomatoes, pickles and onions,
brownies, wlyite bread and milk.
Friday, February 21
Poik and noodles, buttered spin-
ach, cheese wedge, carrot and rai-
sin salad, strawberry cake, hot bis-
cuits and milk.
ANNIE STONE CIRCLE
WILL MEET MONDAY
The Annie Stone Circle of the
Woman's Society of Christian, Ser-
vice will meet with Mrs. W. 0. An-i'.
derson at 905 Monument Avenue,'
Monday, February 17. Members.4'.
are urged to attend.
Visitors are welcome.
We Specialize In
Fresh Channel Catfish At All Times
Regular Dinners Served from 11:00 A.M.
to 2:00 P.M.
WED. NIGHT SPECIAL FEBRUARY 12 -
SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS
$1.25, Adults 75c, Children
OPEN 6:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. DAILY
Phone 6534385 for Reservations
Bluff Road Apalachicola
WHEREAS, the hairdressers and cosmetologists of
our community have rededicated themselves to giving
the highest standards of professional beauty care; and
WHEREAS, the 19th Annual National Beauty Salon
Week will be observed for such purpose in our community,
as well as throughout the nation, during the week of Feb-
ruary 9, 1969, by, more than 70,000 members of the Na4-
tiona! Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association; and
WHEREAS, 'the members of this national professional
association are continuing a public service program that
enhances the physical and mental well-being of thousands
of Americans throughout this nation by providing profes-
siona I beauty 'care to less fortunate women confined to
homes for the aged, hospitals, and other institutions, now,
THEREFORE, I, Frank Pate, Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe, in the -State of 'Florida, do hereby; proclaim
the lieek of February 9, 1969, as
"NATIONAL BEAUTY SALON WEEK"
and entrust it to the consideration of all citizens as a
week in which to giVe special acknowledgenient to the
cosmetologists of'our community, to recognize their high
sense of civic responsibility, and their dedicated atten-
tion to services for the beauty of women everywhere.
IN' WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my
\hand and caused the Seal of ,the City of Port" St Joe,
Florida to be affixed this 9th day of February, 1969.
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Mayor Frank Pate is presented a hand made
serving tray from the ambassador from Haiti to
the United States. The Ambassador, Arthur Bon-
homme, will be in the Pprt St. Joe area on a
speaking tour March 17-23, telling what United
States Christian Missionaries have meant to his
country. Making the presentation to Pate is Cur-
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844.28 at a cost to the' County of
$4,321.81 to 2,823 people during
the Aast quarter of last year.
Several bids were received by
CLEVELAND, OHIO Basic In-
corporated today announced quart-
erly dividends of 62 cents a share
in the 5% convertible perference
stock, payable April 1, 1969, and
20 cents per share on the common
-stock, payable March 31, 1969, both
to holders of record March 14, 1969.
SUNDAY VISITOR <
Mrs. Ellen Anderson of Panama
City spent Sunday visiting here
with Mrs. Ellen Kirkland.
Sharks Post Second 100-Point
Victory of Year Over Chipley
Port St. Joe's Sharks' loped
behind, the hot shooting of Da-
vid Langston, Charlie Lewis and
Buddy Boyette Saturday night to
post their second 100 plus points
in a-game this year. The Sharks
defeated the Chipley Tigers 110-.
to .85. Big Charlie Lewis and
Buddy Boyette took over the re-
bounding Ichores, sweeping the
boards clean, while the Shark
sharp-shooters scorched the nets.
Over Half of Gulf Deaths Caused by
Diseases Related to Heart Problems
e 1'to6'r rb
Chipley tried to contain the
Sharks the first half of the game
with a full court press, but the
Sharks countered ith d fast
break passing, play down both
sides of the court that made the
Tigers" strategy back-fire on
The Sharks put 10 points on
the scoreboard before Chipley
managed to score, and were
ahead the rest of the way. The
Tigers had to play "catch-up"
all the way. .
by DR.'WAYNE HENDRIX; ple. of Gulf County *ho died last E
Many people tend to forget that year. .
the term "cardiovascular" applies '
to many diseases of the heart and' Stroke "like heart attack, is
blood vessels, not the least of caused by the same process-at-
which is stroke. Stroke, termed a herosclerosis ot hardening of the
cerebrovascular "accident", is the arteres. Over the years, atheros-
third major cause of;death in chs elerosis causes a narriving of the
cntr hisarteries,, and eventually interrupts I HOUSE FOR SALE: 222 6 St. 1288
The yearly Heart Fund Cam- the free flow of blood to body-tis- ft. living space. 3 bedrooms, liv-
The yearly Heart Fund Cam- sues. Withstroke, the interruption ing room, dining room, kitchen,
paign now in progress, enablesoccurs in the arteries leading to the bath, reened frunonusand back
your Heart Association through a .r .,- ^ ..rchL nks einback
your Heart Association through a brain; in heart attack the arteries yard. Chain link fence. P.W. Petty.
balanced combination of profes- leading to the heart. Phone'229-1671. tfc-2-6
sional and community programs ., .
conducted year-round, to prevent This disease, affecting only FOR SALE: Gulf front lot, 50'x90'.
or reduce the incidences of heart slightly fewer people than cancer, Call 227-7431 after 6:00 p.m. tfc.
attack, stroke, high blood pres- was responsible for 6.8% of the FOR SAIE: Solid brick 2-bedroom
sure, heart failure, inborn heart de- deaths in the county last year. home on corner lot. 1031 Long
fects, etc. This combination of dis- Thanks .to Heart Fund research Avenue at 13th St. J. A. Mira, 648-
eases, affecting the newborn to the advances, however, there has been 4128. tfc-1-30
elderly, claimed 50.7% of the peo- a national decline of 32.8% in the FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 106
stroke death rate since 1950. 7th Street, Highland View. Small
SThanks to research, too, the treat- equity and assume mortgage. Ph.
-ment and rehabilitation of stroke 229-4656, ask for Charles Yates. Ip
patients to useful living is a reality. FOR SALE: Small house, 20'x30'
I wholly endorse the Heart FIund. to be removed from property.
._'__ _Located 13tfh Street, between Long
___ ". ,and McClellan. J. A. Mira, 648-8325.
tis Jackson of Panama City whose church is spon-
soring Bonhomme's tour. Looking on to the left
is Jack L. Walker, Honorary Consul to the U.S.A.
representing President Francois Duvalier "of
Haiti and City Clerk Charles Brock. The tray was
made in a Boy's School in Haiti and is presented
as a-goodwill. gesture from that nation.
the County for services for the
coming year. Gulf Oil Corpora-
tion won the. bid to furnish the
County's gasoline needs. Wewa
Hardware Company received the
bid to furnish diesel fuel and oil
for the County's needs in the
North end and J. Lamar Miller,
Standard Oil will furnish diesel
fuel and oil in the Southern part
of the coqity. Wewa Hardware
Company was low bidder, nudg-
ing out J. Lamar Miller -and
Pate's Service Center by just a
few dollars; to furnish the coun-
ty's tires. Pate Service Center
was low bidder on recap needs..
Jack Pridgeon's Supply will fur-
nish the county with cement-and
St. Joe Hardware Company was
low bidder on re-inforcing wire
Frank Graddy, the county's in-
surance controlling agent, ap-
peared before the Board and sug-
gested that all of the County's
insurance be put in the hands of
the controlling agent for more
efficient expediting. The control-
ling agent places the insurance
equally between the three agen-,
cies in the county with the con-
trolling agent getting 40% of
the premiums for doing the
control work and.. the other
agencies receiving 30% each.
.'At present the county's vehi-
cle insurance is written outside
the controlling' agent's jurisdic-
tion. The vehicle insurance is
causing most of' the problems,
according to. Graddy and result-
ing in some vehicles not being
properly covered, some vehicles
overly covered and some prem-
iums being paid on vehicles the
county has ceased to use. Plac-e
ing the insurance under the con-
trolling agent and making it all'
due at one time would simplify
U. B. Lee Dies
0. B. "Dink" Lee, age 67, passed
away at 8:30 Satdrday night in a
Tallahassee Hospital following \a
short illness. Mr.' Lee, a resident
of Apalachicola, w as a long time
employee of Apalachicola Ie Com-
Mr. Lee is survived by :his wi-
dow, Mrs. Helen Lee of Apalachi-
cola; five sons, 0. B. Lee, Jr., and
WilliamR H. Lee of Apalachicola,
Edgar 'Ross Lee and Oscar Alien
Lee of Carrabelle and Thomas Eu-
gene Lee of Greenwood; three bro-
thers, Robert Lee of Tallahassee,
S. B. Lee of Panama City and Curt
Lee of Apalachicola, six grand-
daughters and' five grandsons.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day afternoon at.3:00 p.m. at Mag-.
nolia Baptist' Church, Apalachicola
conducted by Rev. B. Fell. Inter-
ment, was in the family plot of
Services:were under the direc-
tion of Comforter Funeral Home of
Port 'St. Joe.
the problem of keeping current
on the vehicle insurance, he said
The Board agreed to have a
special meeting with the insur-
ance agents of the county to dis-
cuss Graddy's proposal.
Before adjourning, the Com-
mission went on record as en-
dorsing the proposed St. Joseph
Bay Country Club now being or-
ganized in port St. Joe.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
In Re: Estate of
ELMER D. HARRELL,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND .ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR;
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
You, and each of you, are here-
by notified and required to pre-
sent any claims and demands which
you, or either of you, may have
against the estate bf ELMER D.
HARRELL, deceased, late of Gulf
County, Florida, to the Honorable
S. P. Husband, County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse in Gulf County, .Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first -publica-
tion hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Dated this 12th day of February,
/s/ DOROTHY HARRELL
Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of ELMER
D. HARRELL, Deceased
Is/ WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Executrix 4t
First publication on February 13,
FOR RENT: Trailer 'space for one
or two house trailers on lots
back of Costin's Cottages, Beacon
Hill. Call 227-7816. tfc-12-5
FOR RENT FUnilshed two ,
room coiaige on St. Joe l S-a;n.
Reasonable rates. Call 227-3491 or
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
,Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, com-
pletely furnished. At St. Joe,
Beach on Second Street. Call 227i
FOR RENT: Spacious 4 room fur-
Snished apartment. Phone 227-
4261 before 6 p.m. Or 648-4600 at
FOR RENT: Beach cottage at St.
Joe Beach, with carport, furni-
ture and automatic washer. $65.00
mo, includes water. H. Butler, 648-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
510 8th Street. Call Jean Arnold
at 648 4800. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: House at 707 Long
Avenue. Homer Coe. 229-1163.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room house, screened porch, car-
port, laundry and storage room,
fenced yard. attic fari. Phone-227-
8536 after 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 419 First St., High-
land View. $30.00 per month. Call
648-4101. J tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on
1309 'Palm Blvd." Call Cecil G.
qostin, Jr., 227-4311. tfc-2-6
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house in Overstreet. $50.00
per month. Phone 648-4800 or after
5:00 p.m. call 648-3334. tfc
FOR RENT: Apartment for adults
only. 1 bedroom, living room,
bath, breakfast nook and kitchen.
Phone 229-1352. -tfc-2-6
FOR SALE: 1969 Impala Chevrolet,
pb:, ps., auto, air. Call Panama City
785-5221 or 763-1333. 8tp-1-23
FOR SALE: '62 Ford Station Wa-
go-i, 4-dr. Standard shift. $125.00
for quick sale..1311 Marvin Ave. ic
FOR SALE: 2 Chevrolet pick-ups.
See E. H. Vittum. tfc-2-13
David Langston, the leading
scorer in the Big Bend, poured
38 markers through the nets with-
18 field goals and two free shots.
Johnny Ford, Buddy Boyett and
Charlie Lewis mostly busied
themselves with getting the ball
but still found time to sink 18,
18 and 16 points respectively.
Larry Morgan added 11 to put
the entire first five in the dou-
'ble scoring figures.
Willie Smith bucketed 22
points to lead the Chipley scor-
Many of today's "wonder drugs" are only adolescents
In the developing world of scientific miracles, The hy-
pertension drugs made their debut with Rauwiloid in
1953. And in 1954, tranquilizers were first released
for pubUic consumption ;..the same year Jonas Salk
led the way for the dramatic breakthrough in polio con-
trol. In; 1962, enzymes were introduced to accelerate
tissue repair and reduce inflammation. Going back
a little further we find that penicillin... which has
proved so necessary to life...has been in use just 19
years. It was only 14year ago that the antihistamines
first appeared on your Pharmacist's shelves. Bearing
these developments In mind, the future of prescrip-
tionrdrugs promises discoveries Inconceivable to the
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
Buzzett's Drug Store
S17 Williams Avenue Phone 227-3371
Drive-In Window Service Plenty of Free Parking
INCOME TAX RETURNS
BERNARD 0. WESTER
813 Marvin Avenue
Phone 227-8586 after 5 p.m.
Subscriber to Prentice-Hall
Federal Tax Guide.
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Robert L.
Montgomery. 505 3rd St. Phone
SEPTIC TANKS pumped -out. Cal!-
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937
St. Joe fg ft tp Chipley fg ft tp
Lgston 18 2 38 Hudson 8 3 19
Lewis 7 2 16 Don'son 7 3 17
Ford 8 2 18 Kent 4.9 17
Morgan 4 3 11 Peel 3 1 7
Boyette 9 0 18 Smith 610 22,!v_
Gant 22 6 Fergsn 0 1
c Smith 0 1 1 Holley 10 .2.,
TSmith 0 2 2
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe -- 21 27 30
"Chipley -----17 16 21
Tuesday night of next week ,
the Sharks will travel to Leon
High in Tallahassee.
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Fri. & Sat., Feb. 14-15
2 BIG SHOWS- /
Anthony Quinn Big Western
"GUNS FOR SAN
S- Also -
Patty McCormick in
"THE YOUNG RUNAWAYS"
For Your Next
NEW or USED CAR
Tommy Thomas (Chevrolet
Panama City, Florida
Call LD 7855221 or 763-1333
WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
Aluminum and cast iron welding.
Years of experience. Call J. L. *
Temple 229-6167. 102 Palm Blv. '
In Wewahitchka and :
S Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
'518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Pla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
HEATH RADIO and
4tp Oak Grove 2-1
All work guaranteed
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on Sti
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M-'
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome. r
ROY BURCH, H. P. I
R WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114?
THE AMERICAN REGION, meet-
iltg second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. ill, F. & A. M., every, first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
R. H. SEWELL, Sr., W.U-
BILLY JOE RICO, Sr., Sec.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1969
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FOR SALE: 1963 Ford Galaxie 4-
door sedan, V-8. Automatic
transmission, power steering, ra-
dio, heater and air conditioning.
New tires. Clean in and out. For
information call 229-1591. 2tp
FOR SALE: 4-ton chain hoist, 'like
hew., Quick sale,: $20.00. 1311
Marvin Avenue. ltc
FOR SALE: 12 foot fishing boat,
brand ne%, used one time. 5 hrp
outboard motor used one time. Mrs.
Minnie Paul, Beacon Hill. 2tc
FOR SALE: 14' Admiral fiberglass
Sboat with 18 hp. Evinrude mo-
tor and Eezy trailer. Good buy for
cash. Phone 227.2461 before 6 p.m.,
or 648-4600. tfc-2-13
FOR SALE: 28' shrimp boat, $650.
Call 227-8303. tfc-1-23
FOR SALE: Hansen surf board.
Phone 227-7772. Also bedroom
suite in fair condition, tfc-1-23
FOR SALE: Power sprayer, 30 gal.
capacity. Like new. See E. H. Vit-
FOR SALE: 40 inch electric range
and 7 ft. refrigerator. In perfect
working condition. $75.00. Call af.
ter 4:00 p.m., 227-7821. 2tp-2-13
FOR SALE: 7 hp. riding garden
tractor with mower and plows
$250.00. Call 227-5861 or 227-8867
after 4:30 p.m. 3tp-2-13
GOOD SELECTION of uwed TV's
Arnold's Furniture & TV. 323
Re-d Ave. tfc -29
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials
Low down payment. Phone 227
72 tf. 8-2
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
229-6100 after 5 p.m. 1109 Mon-
ument .ve.. tfc-9-26
WILL BABY SIT in my home. Ph.
Gracie Hellings at 227-4656. 2tc
'WANTED: Experienced mptel maid
, for 5 day week. Transportation
furnished. Appy at Gulf Sands
Mayr Gets Tray form Haiti
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