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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for thr Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456
I THIRTY-SECOND YEAR
THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969
A Rare and Record Tuna
A rare and record fish washed up on the shores of St. Joe
Beach about 10 days ago and has since been stored in the freezer of
Raffield Fisheries at Highland View.
Th fish, siza identified as a Red Fin Tuna, was discovered by
Mr. and Mrs. A. b" Boyette, while out floundering. George Hull,
at Gulf"Sands Motel recognized it as a rare fish and began search-.
ing for identification. He tentatively identified it as a Red Fin Tuna
and asked Gene Raffield if his firm would freeze it so state scien-
tists could examine the fish if they cpred to.
A visit late last week by FSJ marine biologists confirmed
Hull's identification of spqcies,of fish. The biologists said that the
local fish' is only the.31st of its kind ever found and, it is of record
, size, weighing 300 pounds. -Star photo
Approval. rof "
Miss Minerva McLane, admin-
istrator of the Municipal Hospi-'
tal was notified this week.that
the local hospital has received
accreditation for a '.three' year
period by the Joint' Commission
on Accreditation df Hospitals.
The notification camera from
'John D. Porterfield, M.D., direc-
'tor of the Coinmissioi.
The hospital was inspected'on
May 16 of this year by 14alcolm
C. McKaig, M.D., and found to
be operated in a manner approv.
ed by the Commission as-in keep-
ing with good hospital practices.
Accreditation is based on the
facilities offered, manner in',
which the institution is operated
and efficiency of 4he persoprarli.
The stamp of approval of the.
Joint Commission assures its paii
tients of receiving quality hos-
The accreditation is good for a
three year period or until the
next inspection by the Commis-
sion. All inspections are made
without prior notification by the
Ward Ridge Company
Gets Road Contract'
SWard Ridge Construction Com- i
pany, Inc., of Port St. Joe was
the recent low bidder of a 6.2
mile road project at Fort Walton
The road job is the four-laning
of Pinchot Road from SR 20 to
SR 397 at Eglin's main gate and
will take about a year and a half
Summer Baseball Program
Offered Boys In Grades 7-9
Last Rites Held for
1'ly Mae Riggins
Funeral services were held
Tuesday at 2:00 'p.m. from the
New Bethel A:M.E. Church for
Mrs. Lilly Mae Riggins, 44, who
died June 12. Rev. Timothy
Youngblood officiated. Burial
was in Forest Hill Cemetery.
She is survived "by one son,
John H. Briggs, Jr; mer mother,
Mrs. Sarah A. Pyle both of Port
St. Jce two sisters, Mrs. Fanny
Mae Baker of Port St. Joe and
Mrs. Isador Blakbsher of Strangh-
burg, Pa.; sevdn nieces and three
nephews and a bhst of other rel-
4 C and W Chapel was in charge
Henry Coachman, 57
Is Taken by Death
Funeral services for John Hen-
ry Coachman, age 57, of Port St. -
Joe were held Tuesday from the
Zion Fair Baptist Church with
Rev. R. C. McCry officiating. Bur-
ial was in Forest Hill Cemetery.'
Coachman died June 11. He was
employed by 'the Apalachicola
Northern Railroad. I '
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs, Beatrice Coachman of Port
St. Joe; five daughters, Mrs. Bes-
sie McNair of Los Angeles, Calif.,
Mrs,, Edna L. Russ of Daytona
Beach, Mrs. Annie Lewis of Day-
tona, Mrs. Beatrice Buie of Pdrt
St. Joe and Miss May Joyce
Coachman of' Port St. Joe; four
sons, Willie C. Coachman of Los
Angeles, Calif., Rev. John L.
Coachman. of Anchorage, Alaska
and Ervin Coachman of Orlando;
two brothers, Wes Coachman of
Cottonwood, Ala. and Curtis
Coachman of Brooklyn, N. Y.;
two sisters, Alberta McWhite of
AHarrisburg, Pa., and Vergie Bol-
don of Brooklyn, N. Y., and 18
C and W Chapel was in charge
A summer baseball program
will be offered for boys. in
grades seven through nine, who
are not playing in the organized
Dixie Youth League.
Games will be played at the
High School baseball field on
Tuesday and Thursdays, begin-
ning next Tuesday, June 24.
The program will be made up
of a league of four teams, which
were selected before the close of
'the past school year. The pro-
gram. will be under the super-
vision of Coach Jerry Lewter,
Port St. Joe High Schoolbaseball
coach a'nd Coach Wayne Taylor,
head football coach at Port St.
The' public is invited to come
and watch the young boys play.
Game times will be at 6:00 and
7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and 4:00
and 5:30 p.m. on Thursdays.
The schedule is as follows:
June 24: Tigers vs Braves and
Yankees vs Cubs.
June 26, Tigers vs Yankees and
Cubs vs Braves.
July 1, Tigers vs Cubs and
Braves vs Yankees.
July 3, Yankees vs Cubs and
Tigers vs Braves.
July 8, Cubs vs Braves and
Yankees vs Tigers.
July 8, Cubs vs Braves and
Yankees vs Tigers.
July 10, Braves vs Yankees and
From Leg Amputation
Reports from Pensacola Bap-
tist Hospital are that Chief of
Police H. W. "Buck" Griffin is
recovering well from the ampu-
tation of his right leg Tuesday
of last week.
Griffin is still in the intensive
care unit of the hospital and
probably will be for the remain-
der of this week, at least.
Technicians are to begin this
week making an artificial leg
for Griffin. Part of the stitches
from his operation were remov-
July 15, Tigers vs BIaves and
Yankees 'vs Cubs.
JFly 17, Yankees vs Tigers and
Braves vs Cubs.
- .Juty 22, Cubs vs Tigers and
Yankees vs Braves.
July 24, Braves vs Tigers and
'Cubs vs Yankees.
July 29, Braves vs Cubs and
Yankees vs Tigers.,
.-~ty 31, Yankees vs Braves
and Tigers vs Cubs.
August 2,. 7:30 p.m., A'[l-Star
Materials Ordered forConstruction
Of Sewer Line to New High School
The City Commission took
steps Tuesday night to alleviate
some of the sewer and water.
problems which. have plagued-
them for some time no&. After
considerable. discussion at their.
last meeting of thte needs in these
areas, the Boardltook definite ac-'
tion Tuesday 'whch would reme-
dy two. of the piAblems and took.
measures which.- is hopbd will
solve a third problem.
Bids were received and pur-
chase' orders written at Tuesday's.
meeting to purchase the mater-
ials needed to install the sewer
line and lift station to service
the new Port St. Joe High School
now under construction at the in-
fersection of Long Avenue and
An order was placed with -the
American Cast Iron Pipe Com-
pany of Birmingham, Ala., for
6,200 feet of cast iron pipe for
the project and necessary fittings
at a total price of $11,697.78.
American's low bid for the pipe
was less than the-estimate made
for cost of the job. The pipe
will be used to construct a high'
pressure sewer line to the school.
A second order was given the
Davis Meter and Supply Com-
'pany of Thomasville, Ga., for a
lift station to serve the new
school. The purchase price was
'$7,757.00. All material is expect-
ed to be on the site within three
weeks, but City crews will start
work Monday preparing for the
.A, second problem was solved
by agreeing to install a six inch
water main to Hunter Circle and
install a fire. plug-'in the middle
of the Circle. For years, this
street has been served by only
a two inch line, and water pres-
sure is not adequate to serve all
the homes on the street from
such a small line.
herbal permission has been re-
ceived from affected property
owners -o install the line, but
the City will receive written per-
mission before actual installation
The third problem is with sew-
er on Garrison Avenue between
Eighth and Tenth Streets. Fri-
day of this week, a sewer pipe
cleaning machine firm, will be
in Port St. Joe to demonstrate
a machine the City is contem-'
plating purchase of for better
cleaning of trunk lines. It is
hoped 'the machine will help
clear up some of the problems in
City Commissioners agreed on
a resolution to be presented t0o
the School Board this week out-
lining' who is responsible 1fori
what in 'the school sewer pro-
ject. A previous meeting with
the School Board verbally agreed
on conditions for installation of
the line,; but nothing in writing
has been signed by both parties.
.The a rebenent dawn up- by
the City calls for ,the School;
Board to pay for the installation
over a 10 year period at interest
not. to exceed 6%. In the event
the area around the school
builds up and ties on to the line
a charge of -$30.00 per dwelling
will be, made for each tie-in, with
the,money,to revert to the School
Board as, partial repayment of
The ;City representatives plan
o 'nieet with School people this
'wbek to see if th resolution is
agreeable tb both parties as writ-
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ON TRIP TO ATLANTA-This' grQup 0of Girl
$Scouts.are shown before they boarded a bus for
'a' trip to Atlanta on a camping trip. The 'girls
earned the money for the, trip.,with various ,pro-
jects. Shown in the picture above are Mrs:' Phil-
In other business,, the City:
Set the tax equalization hear-.
ing for the 1969 tax year at 7:00
p.m. on' Tuesday, July. 15. This is
the meeting 'in which property
owners air aiyy complaints they
might have over their property
Clerk Brock noted to the
Board that effective. with the '
1970 tax year, the City must turn
its property assessment and 'tax
collecting duties over to the
(Continued On Page 12)"
lip Barton, Scout leader, Debra Murphy, Carol
Barton, Shelia Stoutamire, Miriam Faye Harrison,
Debra Jones, Lila Gunter, Juanise Griffin, Terry
Brown, Nancy. Jones, Mrs. Braxton Ward, leader,
Sandy Ward, Jackie Ard and Cindy Wilson.
Girl Scouts Visit Atlanta
by LILA GUNTER
Girl Scout Troop 157 took a
week end camping trip to Atlan-
ta, last week end, visitinig sever-
al interesting spots in the Geor-
The Scouts camped in a ,Girl
Scout camp near Stone Mountain.
Friday, the girls visited Six
Flags and spent the day in the
popular amusement center.
Saturday was a day of culture
with the girls visiting the Cycla-
'rama, which depicts the "Battle
of Atlanta" during the Civil War.
They also visited Grant's Park
and the museum at the Cyclara-
ma. Friday afternoon, the girls
visited Stone Mountain and took
the' railroad ride around the
popular tourist attraction.
The Girl Scouts were accom-
panied on their trip,by their lea-
ders,' Mrs. Phil Barton and Mrs.
Braxton and bylMrs. Buford Grif-
fin, Mrs. Harry Murphy, Miss
Sharon Chason and Miss Kitty
The trip was made in a Gulf
County school bus, furnished for
7T- 'imeto Get That
Spending Week at Camp
This week 20 children are attending a free
week at Camp Victory in Hacoda, Alabama thru
the memory work program provided by the Joy
Clubs, Inc., of Port St. Joe. Those attending are
as follows: front row. left to right, Bill Wall, Scott
Lamberson, Jim Roberts, Sammy Parker, Jr. Sec-
ond row, Lisa Melton, Karen Hanson, TeaSie Wil-
liams, Dianna Williams, Mary Ellen Davis and
Angie Derringer. Back row, Susan Dupree, Val-
erie Hanson, Janice Walton, Jackie Ard, Gail Lan-
caster, Susan Quarles, and Sarah Ann Roberts.
Not shown are Ronnie and Donna Maddox and
Vicki Richards. The picture was made just before
the youths left Monday morning. -Star photo
Conservation Director Ran-
dolph Hodges announced this
week that renewal of boat regis-
tration certificates went, on sale
throughout the state June 1, and
can be purchased at any county
tax collector's office.
Boat owners may purchase the
renewal certificates t h r ough
June 30, Hodges said, and own-
ers should take their old certifi-
cates with them when making
application for renewal.
-Hodges stated further that a
boat owner must present evi-
dence of a title having been is-
sued for his boat, or if the title
has not been issued, the owner
will be required to make appli-
cation for a title when applying
Summer Class Offered
By Adult Institute,
School courses leading, to a
high school diploma will be of-
fered in the Adult Education
program this summer.
The program will begin Mon-
day, June 23.
Applicants should come to the
Centennial Building Monday
morning between 8:00 and 11:00
to register and schedule courses.
Those desiring information con-
cerning the courses should con-
tact James J. McInnis, new direc-
tor of the adult program.
REV. W. J. RUNNELS
At Beach Mission
Revival services will begin t-
the St. Joe Beach Baptist Chapel,
Monday evening and continue
through Sunday, June 29, accord-
ing to announcement made this
week by the pastor, Rev. William
Rev. W. J. Runnels, pastor of
the Wewahitchka Baptist Church
will bring the special revival
messages with the singing led
by DeWitt Dalton, music leader
for the First Baptist Church in
Port St. Joe.
Services will begin each eve-
ning at 7:30 p.m. A nursery will
be provided for small children.
A cordial invitation is extend-
ed to everyone to attend.
THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969
PAG TO TH TR Pr t oe lrd
SIt's Worth Investigating
The County Commission is now in the throes of work-
ing up a new budget for the new fiscal year which begins
in October. They are planning for much the same budget
as we have operated on for the past year, with small in-
creases planned in a couple of departments .. mostly for
increases in wages paid.
One area of the county budget, we feel would be well
to do some talking and thinking about. This is the prac-
tice of passing out food commodities to Gulf County citi-
zens who would qualify for welfare. We think the possi-
bilities of a better type program should be investigated be-
fore the new fiscal year begins. We make this statement
for two reasons. .
t Reason number one is'that too much of the commo-
dities are being thrown away. They are foods that are
not ordinarily eaten in this part of the country and other
':food items are given in too -great a quantity. i But the
iecipient must take these foods he doesn't want or can't
use, to get what he wants' and can use. So the waste is
reason number one.
Reason number two, is the high ratio of wages paid
to operate the program as opposed to the dollar of food
distributed. While this figure is relative, since the coun-
ty-pays only a small percentage of the value cost of the
food given away; still the salary itein in this program is
out of proportion to what it ought to be, we think. The
program currently costs the county $18,709. Of this
amount $14,296 is for salaries to administer the program.
Less than $4,500 per year actually goes into food cost.
The program employs a director, an assistant director
and one laborer. From what we have been able to learn
about the program, two men could handle the entire op-
eration with ease.
This is not to berate the County Commission for the
program. They got into the program to stop giving out,
cash doles of $15.00 per month to these same people,/and
replace it with foodstuffs worth much more in dollars and
cents to the recipient and not strap the tax-payer for the
cash payments. The reasons for getting into the program
'r ere good, and they were sound. -The cash payment for-
merly made wasn't enough to aid anyone with a definite
need, but it was 4 burden to the tax structure of the coun-
We would, personally, like to see the' county explore
the area of food stamps for our needy people. In this
manner, the recipient could purchase the food he needed,
without having the waste of over-abundance of some items.
If the county can live with the food stamp financially, it
offers the best of the possibilities, in, our thinking. First
this plan would eliminate the need for rental of storage
facilities; it would eliminate the need for expensive refrig-
eration facilities, which the county is contemplating, and
the need for a three-man distribution force would be elim-
We would like to see the Board look into the food
Byron Jones, up in Blountstown, was bemoaning, t1o
the press the other day about the harsh thing the govern-
i, ment had done in closing down the Office of Economic
Opportunity for his area, which included Gulf County.
Jones was saying, in effect, that the government just
didn't understand the situation when they said the area
didn't need the office. He went on to say that the Gov-
:'ernment had never seen fit to finance any of the programs
file by his office, and admitted that the office had op-
erated for the few-years it was in existence without ac-
complishing a thing except file reports. This failure was
..blamed on the government's unwillingness to put up the
Jones went on to justify the existence of his office by-
stating that Calhoun had so many people living in pover-
ty; Liberty had so many; Franklin had so many; and
Gulf had 4,000 people livingin poverty. This just isn't
so, and if other reports filed to, the-. government reflected:
other such inflated figures, we have no doubts at all about
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entered as second-elass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Potoffice, Port t. Joe,
Florida. underAct of Marh 8, S1879.
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IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, 3.00 'SIX MOS. $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. 8. One Year, $5.00
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do not hold themselves liable for damage father than amount received for adch
The spoken word a given scant attention; the printed word ia thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
veines. The spoken word lobt; the printed wordree nias..
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why the office was closed down.
To think that Gulf County had 4,000 people living in
poverty is absurd. This would be nearly half the entire
population of the county, and it just isn't so. Gulf County
has never been able to receive government money for in-,
dustry creation and expansion because it was not a pover-
ty area. Other counties surrounding us have qualified,
including Bay, but Gulf could not. Qualification for these
loans is based on the number of people living in poverty in
This isn't to, say we don't have the poor in Gulf Coun-
ty. We have ... and the Bible says we always will have.
Gulf isn't exactly a rich county, but our standard of liv-
ing and our average wage; is so far above most' counties
our size as to not even be comparable.
You won't find 4,000 people living in p6verty-in Gulf
County, even at the level as outlined by the government
as being poverty. Of those living in the government es-
tablished guidelines of poverty, you, will find few who will
admit to being a victim and a product of poverty.
S, LIVE TO TELL ABOUT ITJ
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A cordial welcome awaits you from
Florida Greeting Service,
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
*ison Avenue Phone 229-1686
In reading Sunday's, June 8,
1969, Panama City, News Herald,
I read and saw the picture of
Scientists from F.S.U. examining
bones from human skeletons. Al-
so I read that your city of St.
Joe, had, given these Scientists
permission to start digging (by
earth moving machines) in the
Old St. Joe Cemetery, of whom
many of these died of yellow
I have been deeply concerned
since reading this article since
some of my ancestors are inter-
Several years ago, I visited
this cemetery and made a copy
of the older markers. One es-
pecially A simple small mar-
ker contained the names of John
Richards, his wife, Agnes, Child-
ren John and Agnes, 1841.
I have no authentic record, but
this John H. Richards was sup-
posed to have aided several peo-
ple, especially General Andrew
Jackson, in moving hostile In-
dians out of this area, 1812-181$.
If the Scientists find this mar-
ker, I would like to have .it as a
memorial and place it is our
Since the time of the "Digging"
which, and I quote, said June.,
17, 1969, I will not have time-to
notify many of our families, but
I'm sure they are also concerned
and. with respect and honor to
Mrs. Lora Richards Gay
P. 0. Box 43
Altha, Florida, 32421
I have much) history about, this
man and others in our family.
.(Editors Note: FSU people as-
sure us that no marked graves
will be touched in the program.
The interest is;in suspected mass
unmarked grave areas.)
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I've said it here before, and I'll say it again you
can learn most anything about a lot of things at the drug store.
As a matter of fact, I would be so bold as to classify the drug store
coffee pot a very, very close second to the barber shop as a source
of information; all of it factual, according to the purveyors.
That's seems like a crazy statement for someone to make who
is in the news dispensing business. We ought to put newspapers
first and television and radio way on down the line a far back
second and third but I would get too much argument from the
disciples of the drug store coffee pot and. the barber shop couch.
The drug, store coffee pot was the source of a piece of infor-
mation last week that I will take as the gospel. One always won-
ders when a professional man moves to town whether he knows his
business or not. Is he just "practicing" or is he really "with it".
You wonder these things, and so do I. I wondered this about Car-
roll McCauley and was thoroughly convinced around Campbell's
Drug Store coffee pot that Carroll is indeed a learned attorney. He
convinced me himself.
Carroll is planning on leaving Port St. Joe to enter another
type field of law. ,Chauncey Costin, Ashley Costin, Paul Fensom
and Bill Altstaetter were gathered around the coffee pot and Bill
was commiserating ,something awful because Carroll was leaving.
Carroll was the only man Bill had ever beat at golf, and this made
Bill sad, Ashley was sort of luke warm to the idea because Car-
roll had teamed up with him on occasion, and Ashley's dead eye
barely saved the day in these instances. Ashley was anxious that
Carroll should comb his hair back one time before he left, to find
out if he was actually bald in front or did he really have a full
head of hair under his cow-lick.
Paul Fensom asked the question that convinced us that Car-
roll is indeed an attorney and not just "practicing". Paul asked,
"Is is definite that you are leaving to another field of law some-
Carroll answered, "Yes, it's definite I guess!"
That was the answer of a true 'attorney. Carroll can now either
leave or change his mind and stay and he has answered Paul cor-'
rectly. Carroll has a future.
Two of my favorite writers are Hal Boyle and Bennett Cerf.
Both get off some good ones right regular. Hal Boyle had a list
of items in his column the other day things that will deflate
the ego right quick like. One that we particular liked stated that
nothing deflates the ego quite as much as falling asleep in church
and having a fly buzz into your open mouth.' That'll do it.
Bill KIastelz, sports 'editor of the F1oiGa Tifmes-Jnion also
,had a good one, the other day. Kastelz was describing how people
felt about Joe Namath,.a football player for the New York, Jets in
case you didn't.knqw. Kastelz examined all sides of Nariath and
got down to the people who liked Namath. He said, "Among wom-
en 12 to 60, he generally is regarded as a carefree, romantic soul
who is a marvelous blend of Don Juan, Rudolph Valentino, Errol
Flynn and Strom Thurmond ."
And in case you're wondering how Strom Thursmond got in
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THE STIAR, Part St. Joeffl,.Orida
S BOARD of PUBL
V PORT ST. J OE, FLORIDA
- May 6, 1969
The Gulf County School Board
met in regular session on the above
date. The following members were
present and acting: Gene Raffield,
Cktairroan; B. J. hich, Sr., -Kenneth
Whitfield, Waylon Graham and
Vvilliam Roemer, Sr.
She Superintendent was present
The meeting was opened with a
prav.:r by Board Member Rich.
The minutes of the regular .net-.
ing of April 8. 1969 were read and
apa.i1std as read.
The or-rd authorized a timber
harvesting j.ogram to be held at
Wewnhitchka High School dunrog
thel 1968-69 eshool year.
The Icard authorized an amend-
ment dated May 6, 1969 to the Edu-
cation Improvement Expense bud-
get, to be submitted to the State
Department of Education. This
amendment adjusted funds within
the overall budget and did not ex
ceed the total amount budgeted al
the beginning of the school year
A copy of this amendment is on
file in the Superintendent's of
The Board appointed the follow
ing instructional personnel for the
1069-70 school year upon the rc
commendation of the Superinten
dent as follows:
Port St. Joe High School
Annual Contract: George Boyer
Joe Brannon, William Dickson
IMLss Barbara Eells, Mrs. Jo Ann
Gander, Steve Hand, Gerald Lew
ter, William Wood, James Horn
Continuing Contract: Mrs. Alic>
Machen, Zack Wuthrich, Mrs. Kath
erine Ivy, Miss Netta Niblack, Tony
Barbee, Mrs. Margaret Biggs, Joe
Bousley, Miss Miriam Dismuke, La
mar Faison, Mrs. Sara Fite, Mrs
Maxine Gant, Mrs. Billie Jean Guil-
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Furniture and TV
correction made by the State De-, The Board discussed the paving Mrs. Helen Sipies, Mrs. Willie m. and Mr. Mickey Stone, representing TOWI.
apartment of Education Consultant, projects for the new school sites. Mason, Mrs. Essie Hall, Mrs. Ola the City Commission of Port St. Port St. Joe Estates, according
Miss Joan Forrester. The Superintendent was directed Hodrick, Mrs. Maye-la Gant, Bennie Joe, met with the Board concern- to plat thereof recorded in
The Superintendent notified the to plan a meeting with the County Boykins, Sam Dudley, S i d n ey ing the construction of the sewer- Plat Book 2, page 31, Public
Board of reports made by Harrell Commission at the earliest possible Hughes and E. L. Fleming. age line to the new St. Joe High Records of Gulf County, Flor-
Holloway, Principal of Wewahitch- time to discuss these projects. Highland View Elementary School School. Mr. Stone, Attorney for,the ida,
ka High School, to R. C. Maddox, The Superintendent reported Mrs. Frances Shores, Mrs. Lou City Commission, explained that will apply to the Board of County
Attendance Officer, of students in that one of the two new school Eaker, Mrs. Agnes Cumbie, Mrs. the Commission needed an ease Commissioners, Gulf County, Flor-
the Wewahitchka School that had buses on order by the Board had Kate Kilbourn, Mrs. Lois Miller, ment from the Board to cross the ida, to vacate said plat in whole.
been excessively absent. arrived and was put into service in Mrs. Marie Anchors, G o r d on school property from Niles Road to Dated this 9th day of June, 1969.
The Board appointed J. K. Whit- the area of the beaches. Brown, Mrs. Betty Bailey and Mrs. the City right-of-way at 22nd St. FLORIDA GULF
field to serve on the Budget Review The Board did not receive but Betty Curlee. Mr. Stone also requested that an DEVELOPMENT CORP.
Board of Gulf Coast Junior Col- one bid on the old school bus and Wewahitchka High School easement be given for the construe- /s/ JAMES E. YONGE
'lege, representing Gulf County. no bids on the pick-up truck that Mrs. Emily Shavers, Miss Bonnie tion of the lift station on the school -President 2t-5-12
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THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
ford, James Gunter, Mrs. Virginia
Harrsion, Mrs. Floye Howard, Mrs.
Jeanne Little, James McInnis, Mrs.
Ometa Osborne, Mrs. Jacque Price,
son and Temple Watson. I -
Washington High- School
Annual Contract: Richard Ad-
ams, Mrs. Delores Davis, Jerome. I I S O
Davis, Mrs. Erma Dixie, Mrs. Aud-
Srey Monette, Mrs. Sarah Riley, Mrs.
t Vivian Robinson, Miss Carolyn Sea-
Continuing Contract: Ralph Al-
len, Clarence Monette, Mrs. Alber- THESE PRICES GOOD
tha Brown, Mrs. Cojean Burns, Mrs.
e Lane, Johnell Palm, Mrs. Ruth
Phillips, Mrs. Lula Wilson, Albert
Wynn and Mrs. Madeline Wynn. C A
Wewahitchka High School ,CIAL
Annual Contract: Miss Connie .
Birmingham, Judith M. Lister, Jer-
ry Tanton, Mrs. Verre Gaskin, Ar- n s
E thur Green, Mrs. Sara Joe Wooten, $
Mrs. Loretta Green, Mrs. Betty Ann
Husband, Miss Vera Lilly, Miss
j Joyce, Miss Betty Jo Johnson, Mrs.
Hilda Davila, Joe Faulkner, John | $ \
Gortemoller, Jerry Kelley and Mrs. g ula rices 15.
Gina Thompson.[ Regular prices upto $15.0(
Continuing Contract: Mrs. Joilyn
Tanton, Mrs. Carolyn B. Lister, For-.
rest Weed, Mrs. Mary Jo Patterson, CHILDREN'S SPECIAL PURCHASE BETTER
Fletcher Patterson, Mrs. Charlotte PERMA-PRESS U T
Brown, Mrs. Magdalene Hubbard, v R I \
Made Semmes, Miss Barbara Th S
mas, Mrs. Margaret Addison, Mrs.
Betty Bidwell, Mrs. Evelyn Cox,
Hugh Semmes, George Cox, Mrs. $ VALUES UP TO $1099 AND MORE ..One and
Etna Gaskin, Mrs. Laura Hintonl1Vhr PTO$0,'DiEnea
Mrs. Betty H olloway, Mrs. CarolN SUPERB VALUES Sizes 1 to 6X. Assort wo piece Popular Bikinis and choice styles
Mrs. Betty Holloway, Mrs. Carol h Sizes 6 Sro thru 44."Lssoiret.s
Sue .Lister and Mrs. 'Angeline ed prints .. Short and top to matc Jr thru 44 Ladies.
Annual Contract- Miss Barbara a
tS J s, mrs. NSbao AVE ON SANDALS 'SHORTS
Whitfield, Mrs. Susan McCauley, II
Mrs. Carolyne 'Davis, Mrs. Nesha 'S V O SA
Upton and David. Moore. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
Continuing Contract: Mrs. SylviaLD N
Costin, Mrs. Carolyn Parrott, Mrs.
yard, Mrs. Dorothy Barlow. Mrs. T h. !/COu$20 p r.*
Lorraine Barnes, Mrs. Katheryn e*aaeniu.d
Floore, Mrs. Flora Strobel, Mrs. DIscu i Values in this group to $5.00. Perma-press
anet Anderson, Mrs. Christine dacron Superbly tailored linens and
Williams, Mrs. Willie Mae Daniell, Regularly priced at $1.99 to $5.99. s Asrted solds and prints. S ize
Mrs. Avaryee Martin, Mrs. Betty Pglr pI a$19t 16 8
Sue Anchors, Mrs. Ch rlotte Ned- Popular 1969 styles. 7-1 .
ley, Mrs. Angeline Stone, Mrs.
Joyce Faison, Mrs. Caroline Nor Stock Up On Spring & Summer Styles
ton, Marvin Huie, Billy Barlow,n-ro D o e A il e Fe -a it
Frank Barnes, Mrs. Daisy Johnson, LOVA BL Chil n s First Quality t p I I I Se
Mrs. Anne Barrier, Cary Floore |' ANS R L
and Mrs Gwendolyn Tngram. I 1I + + '$ 1 0.00
Highland View Elementary School iC, OT O '" irI i No 'R S E
Annual Contract: rs. Mary A- 1.00 ea. 4 air 1.00 Now 20% OFF
len and Wayne Stevens.0
Continuing Contract: Mrs. Joan Usually sell up to $1.29 each. With Sizes 112 Usually sell for $1.29. Stock' Usually sell for $2.99 to $10.00. A
Myers, Miss Nadine Boyette. Mrs. or without padding. 32AA through S up during za and save sizes. Buy now s for vacation needs and
Peggy Whitfield and Mrs. Minnie 44C. back to school.
The Board approved rthe ollow-
ing leaves for instructional per-| P SP R S
sonnel as follows: personal leave,
new eswai strce igSonalle BOYS' PERMA-PRESS SPORT S RTS TW ILL WORK SUIT
1969-70 school year; professional
leave to Mrs. Evelyn ox from Long tails or square cut. Button-down akhi or Gray. Pant and Shirt
June 9 through June 13 profession- or regular collar. Sizes 8-18. $2.99 Val-
al leave to George Cox from June Ues.
9 through June 13, 1969; personal S
leave to Mrs. Vivian Ash from Apn E O
granted Mrs. Sara Fite postpone- '
meant of one week of port-shobl Short or long sleeve shirt, twill pants.
The Board accepted resignations All sizes. Good for welders.
sonnel, efective -for the 1969-70 ,
s school year: Hugh iJones. Irving '
Anderson, Donald Upton, Miss Pen- WALKING S'HORTS 10% OFF
ny Webb, Walter Trikosko and Wil-
liam Dickson. Better quality solids ankl fancies. Perma-Press n t oM s [ By
Charles Cleckley. owner of the slim and regular cut. Sizes 8-14. On Entire Stockof Men's and Boys
parcel of land on the site of the SWIM W EA R
new Wewahitchka High School, tMO O ;R'
met with the Board. This parcel, B A E m U] P TO. ri$3 99cd 22999 d
hf land amounted to r2.74 adcres, r-9 u9 y famous "Campus". Reg. priced $2.99
according to Mr. Cleckley's infor- NOW ONLY ........ and $3.99. Popular Styles.
nation. Mr. Cleckley offered to sellad Pu'l
the.land at a price of $2,500.00 in
Sacre. The Board offered Mr. Cleck-
ley $1,500.00 an acre for this par- that the county school system lost dent was directed to- advertise liams, Mrs. Brenda Crutchfield, Board agreed to grant the ease-
cel. and the information available two teacher units during the school these vehicles for bid, and the bids Mrs. Jean Gortman, Mrs. Verl Ste- ments requested and directed the
to the Board indicated that' the year 1968-69. This loss of units was are to be opened at the regular phens, Mrs. Patricia Stripling, Mrs. Superintendent to have the Board
parcel contained 2.14 acres. Mr. a- result of Washington High meeting of the Board on June 3, R. C. Maddox, Mrs. Mae Murphy, Attorney draft the easements. The
Cleckley agreed to notify the Board School losing its status as an iso- 1969. Mrs. Larue Huddleston, Mrs. Mat- delegation from the City Commis-
within ten days whether or not he ated school after the integration The Board authorized a Master tie Jane Griffin, Gordon Alford, sion notified the Board that the.;
would accept the Board's offer. of St. Joe High School. The teach. Plan for In-Service Training for Paul Farmer, Mrs. Cecelia Griffin, commission had agreed to allow
The Superintendent read a better er unit is derived by dividing the professional and non-profes- Mrs. Maymie Bennett, Mrs. Donnie the School Board to finance thel
from Walter Wilder, Principal of twenty-seven students into the av- sional personnel within the school Mae Faison,' John Bidwell, Lester cost r of the sewerage line bver a
St. Joe High School and Edwin erAge daily attendance at a school system. A copy of this plan is on Gortman, Mrs. Edna Alford; Mrs. ten-year period at an interest rate
Williams, Principal of Washington site. In the case of an isolated file in the Superintendent's office. Causie Griffin, Mrs. Velva Ray, not to exceed (6%). The Board,
High School, concerning the sus- school, the divisor in grades 10-12 The Superintendent reported Mrs. Viella Rouse, Mrs. Stella Till. agreed to have Mr. Cecil Costin,t
pensions, of students at these' is 17 students, and in grades 7-9 it that $1,653.46 for excavating the man, Mrs. Kathryn King, Mrs. Wa- Jr., Board Attorney, work the le-
schools. The Board unanimously would be 22 students, the category unstable" soil at the new St. Joe va Johnson, Mrs. Betty Cleckley, galdetails out with Mr. Stone, City
agreed to dismiss Larry Jackson, in which Washington High was pla. High School was deducted from George Cooper, Jennings Davis, Commission Attorney, and present:
a student at Washington High ced during the 1968-69 schod ear. Norman Gross' fee in the month, of Otis Davis, Travis Peters and O. D. it at the next regular meeting of
School, for flagrant violations of After the consolidation at Port St. June, 1969; and the amount of $3,- Williams. the Board, scheduled for June ,.
the regulations, effective for the Joe High School, the instructional 306.60 was deducted from Mr. Bills in the amount of $361,- 1969.
remainder of the 1968-69 school units at Washington High were de- Gross' fee for the survey locating 926.70 were examined and ordered Mrs. Betty Husband met with the,:
year and beginning May 12, 1969. termined by dividing 27 ,students the boundaries of the new St. Joe, paid. Warrants in payment of these Board concerning a parcel of land,
He had previously been suspended into the average daily attendance. High School site and new. Wewa- bills are shown on the Supplemen- that she owns on the site of the.
by the principal for ten days. This his resulted in -the loss of two hitchka High School site. These de- tal Report of Expenditures as fol- new Wewahitchka High School,
student was dismissed for repeat- units. ductions were made on Mr. Gross' lows: General Fund, $40,403.64; Mrs. Husband stated that her final
ed infractions of the regulations at The Board authorized an In-Ser- estimate no. 6, and certificates no. Wewalhitchka Education Improve- offer for the parcel of land,
Washington High School. ice Training Program for Lunch- 8 and 9. meant Project, $699.44i; District amounting to 2.34 acres according
The Superintendent read a letter rom workers ina the county sys- The Board appointed the follow- Fund No. 1, $70,10088; .Bond Fufid to herdeed, was $5,000.00. The in-
from R. C. Maddox, Attendance tem. ing'non-instrunctional personnel for No. 1, $9.94; Capital Improvement, formation at the School Board's
Officer, stating that he had report- The Superintendent reported the 1969-70 school year as follows: $2,452.00; School Construction disposal indicated that there was
ed several students to the County that Burns, Kirkley and Williams, St. Joe High School Fund, $50.00; Bond Construction 1.77 acres in the parcel. The Board'
Judge for excessive absence from Inc., was increasing the insurance Mrs. Elwyn Blount, Mrs. Vera- Fund, $248,210.80. offered Mrs. Husband $1,500.00 per
school, and that he had visited on the buildings under construe- lyn Lewter, Mrs. Margaret Nichols, There being no further business, acre for the parcel of land. Mrs.'
numerous parents of other students tion as the construction progres- Mrs. Bernice Wager, Mrs. Diana the Board adjourned to meet again Husband agreed that she would let
ewho had been absent a lesser num- e ad. Wilder, Cliff Stripling, Mrs. Stella in regular session on June 3, 1969 the Board know within five days
ber of days. The Superintendent reported on Norris, Mrs. Eunice Lee, Mrs. Faye at 9:00 A.M., EDST. whether she would agree to their
The Board authorized the use of the results of a survey within the Lewis, Mrs. Ina Merritt, Mrs. Eliza- ATTEST: price or not.
a school bus for a trip by a local county of kindergarten age chit- beth Prows, Mrs Idell Ray, Mrs. R. Marion Craig Gene Raffleld There being no further business,
Girl Scout troop. The leaders were dren who wished to attend a pub- Maggie BeUl, Mr Willie Breedlove, Superintendent Chairman the Board adjourned to meet again
notified that they would have to liec school kindergarten during the rs. Jeanette Antley and J. C. Mc- in regular session June 3, 1969 at
take out trip insurance for the bus 1969-70 school year. One hundred Ardle. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 9:00 a.m.a
and passengers involved., The and fifty three students were indi- St. Joe Elementary School Y 21, 1969 ATTEST:
Board insurance does not cover coated ,as interested in the kinder- Mrs., Lorene Hule, Mrs. Linda The Gulf County School Board R. Marion Craig Gene Raffield
trips that are not directly connect- garten program. The Superinten- Bray, Mrs. Pauline Gay, Mrs. Mae met in special session on the above Superintendent Chairman
ed with the school activities. dent was authorized to pursue the Deese, Ben Williams, Mrs. Gracy date. The followingg members were -k
The Superintendent reported on procedures necessary to inaugurate Gay, Mrs. Roland Hardy, Mrs. Mary present and acting: Gene Raffield, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
an administrative review on the St. the program. The two classrooms Pittman, Roland Itardy, Jack Shef- Chairman; J. K. Whitfield, Walter APPLY TO BOAR OCN
Joe Elementary School and High- that will be adequate must be con- field, Mrs. Eva Weston, Mrs. Marie Graham, B. J. Rich, Sr. COMMISSIONERS OF GULF
land View Elementary School structed at St. Joe High School for Creamer, Mrs. Pearl Whitfield, Board Member Roemer was ab- COUNTY, FLORIDA, TO VACATE
lunchrooms by the State Depart- the program. The portable class- Mrs. Minnie Lovett, Mrs. Anna Ad- scot.
ment of Education. The overall re- rooms now being used at St. Joe ams, Mrs. Celine Fowler, Mrs. Pry- The Superintendent was present PLAT
view indicated satisfactory oper- High School will be moved to the or Harvey and Mrs. 01a Clemmons. and acting. NOTICE is hereby given that
action of the lunchrooms. However, St. Joe Elementary School for the Washington High School The meeting was opened with a Florida Gulf Development Corp.,
minor discrepancies were noted, use of kindergarten facilities when Miss Zelene Boyd, Miss Betty prayer by Board Member Rich, owner and holder of the lands en-
and the recommendations for the this is accomplished. Chambers, Miss Nether Lowery, 'Mr. Bob Fox, Mr. Golden Scott compassed by the following plat,
corrctin mde y te Stte e~vTheBoad dscused he avig Iirs tieen ipis, rs.wuie lv. aa M. Mcke ~ionerepesetin UJLt.
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969
RICH and SONS' IGA
- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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DIIIU For 77C
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TABLERITE BEEF SIRLOIN
Pork & Beans 3
DEL MONTE ORANGE-GRAPE
Tablerite Fresh Ground
Center Cut Ham
TABLERITE BEEF FULL CUT
ROUND STEAK l--------b. $1.18
CHUCK ROAST ------- lb. 59c-
SAUSAGE --- ---2 lb. bag
WIENERS --.-12 oz. pkg.
BARBECUE SAUCE --- 18 oz. btl.
GLEEM (Reg. $1.05 Value) Heal & Shoulders (Reg. 89c Val.) Med. Size
TOOTH PASTE SHAMPOO 75c
NBC 14 OZ. BAGS
CHIPS AHOY ----------,2 bags 89c
NBC LARGE BOXES
VANILLA WAFERS -------3 for $1.00
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LARGE BAGS CUCUMBERS and ,
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THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 PAGE FIVE
St. Joe Kraft Wins First Place
St. Joe Kraft bowling team
was given first place honors at
a recent banquet held by the
4 Gulf County Ladies League,
along with team sponsors. In ad-
dition to first place position in
the league, the team won many
STeam members are Sue Moore,
Anna Smith, Mary Alice Lyons
and Evelyn Smith. The sponsor
is St. Joe Paper Company, with
Joe Parrott as representative.
The ladies league is a handicap
League. The winning team had it'
especially rough in winning their
championship in that they had
the lowest handicap of all the
other teams in the league. The
St. Joe Kraft team ended the
season with a 10 game lead.
Members of the St. Joe Kraft'
squad also received several in-
dividual honors. They included:
Sue Moore earned a pin for
rolling a series of 500 or over,
Eevlyn Smith earned awards
for the highest game, highest ser-
ies, a pin for series of 500 or over
and also. for a game of 200 or
Evelyn Smith also received the
high series award from the Wom-
en's International Bowling Con-
gress, which was a gold pin. Her
series was .a 610 scratch. This
was her second 600 series. She
holds two out of three 600 games
bowled by ladies. She belongs to
the state and national "600"
Mary Alice Lyons joined this
team late in the season, due to
one member dropping 'out. She
bowled gocd games for the team,
but was not eligible for prizes.
'Anna Smith received one of two
door prizes given' at the banquet.
Industries Sponsoring 35th Annual
Forestry Training Camp During July
TALLAHASSEE, June 16 Nine- the stewards of all vital resources
teen forest industries in Florida in the coming years."
'* are sponsoring the 35th annual
Forestry Training Camp, conducted
by the Florida Forest Service. First
of the two single week camp ses-
,sions opens July 13 at O'Leno
'State Park near High Springs, ac-
cording to John M. Bethea, as-
sociate state forester for the Florid"
TheI ladies had a great season
and, ,they reported a wonderful
time receiving the awards at the
Florida Highway Patrol Says Towing
Trailers Adds Responsibility to Drive
TALLAHASSEE -. Drivers who it."
tow a trailer on their summer out- Kirkman emphasized s a
ings are "hitching up" to added checking taillights, brake
responsibilities the Florida High- and turn signals before leaving
way Patrol said today., at intervals duringthe trip.
Colonel H. N. Kirkman, Director A strong axle frame me
of the Department of Public Safety hitch is recommended by the P
said, "Increasing numbers of Flor- chief and he reminded driver
ida families, will be taking along Florida statutes require a
something extra on their summer chain from the trailer to the t
outings. That 'something' will be a, vehicle to restrain the trai
trailer and the added responsibili- the hitch should fail.
ties of driving safely while towing "Remember your extra ]
and allow more room for tt
W. F. Wager, Jr. changing lanes and passing
Sereasr 'following distances
Gets Emory Degree
Atlanta, Ga..- Some 1,080 per-
sons received degrees at Emory
University's commencement exer-
cises Monday, June 9. Dr. Barnaby
C. Keeney, chairman of the Nation-
al Endowment for the Humanities,
made the commencement address.
Among those receiving degrees
was William F. Wager, Jr., 1203
Constitution Dr., who received a
Bachelor of Arts Degree.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
'REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7. T30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday), 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I iAPTIST.01LElU L
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.n
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE -...- 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:30
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30
PRAYER MEETING. (Wednesday) .... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
low for stopping because of the
added weight," said Kirkman.
Kirkman concluded by saying
other drivers should remember
that motorists pulling trailers have
these extra responsibilities and
should display a little extra cour-
tesy toward them.
ZjI Stand Tall,
''Jh In Florida's
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --------..- 5:45
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
< \ ; Air Conditioned Centrally Heated I
This year's Forestry Training
Camp industrial sponsors are:
American Turpentnie Farmers As-
sociation, Valdosta, Georgia; Bun-
nell Timber ,Company, Inc., Bun4
nell; Container Corporation of
America, Fernandina 'Beach; El-
berta Crate and Box Company, Tal-
lahassee: Escambia Treating Com-
pany, Pensacola; Georgia-Pacific
Corporation, Augusta, Georgia;
Gilman Paper. Company, St. Marys,
Georgia; Glidden-Durkee, Division
of SCM Corporation, Port St. Joe.,
Gulf Timberland Company, Pana-
ma City; Hudson Pulp and Paper
Corp., Palatka; International Paper
Company, Panama City; ITT Rayo-
,n i e r, Incorporated, Fernandina
IBeach; Nepl Lumber and Manufact-
uring Company, Inc., of Blount-
stown; Owens-Illinois, Jacksonville;
Robbins Manufacturing Company,
Tampa, St. Joe Paper Company,
OPort St. Joe; St. Regis Paper Com-
pany,, Pensacola; Tenneco Chemi-
cals, Inc. Newport Division, Pensa-
cola and the Buckeye Cellulose Cor-
Bethea said voluntary contribu-
tioris from sponsoring wood-u'sing
and wood product industries would-
be used to purchase food for the
250 Future camper-delegates at-
tending, and to pay other minor
During his -week at' forestry
camp, each youth will have an op-
portunity to-learn fundamentals in
forestry including, reforestation,
forest ecology, genetics, and timber
The curriculum which stresses
practical application as :well as
theory has been expanded to in-
clude basics in conservation, utili-
zation, and marketing. The- camp
day, however, is balanced between
class, field, and organized recrea-
"tion and fun periods.
Said Bethea, "it jis. refreshing to
see these young people at camp
tune in to an 'understanding of
forestry -and woods lore, and to
watch them explore deeply their
world of trees."
Bethea concluded, "it is encour-
aging to see the leaders of Flor-
ida's great. wood industries actively
lending support to the very key -
our young people who are to be
I, ~ Ell'
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
-- i I I I I
THE STAAii.Pott: St. Joe, Florida
C. B iron Sm'ith, Pastor
THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969
"AGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
Cody-Armstrong Vows Told
Sheila Diane Cody became the
wife of Randall Levoid Arm-
strong Saturday afternoon in
Ha y wood Cates Memorial
Church. -The Rev. Charles Hous-
ton erforined the 3:30 ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herschel Q. Cody of
Gaile Avenue. The'bridegroom's
mother is Mrs. M. P. Huie of Port
St. Joe. He is also the son of the
late- Carl Armstrong.
Mr. Cody gave his daughter in
marriage. She wore a gown of
tIRte. Chantilly lace and silk',.. '
gati, enchanced-by a sel ~a'.
a4 e41 neekine "accented a,.i
seegpeari. Lace petals'and 'llie-
of-tthe- all ;, held her finerti
lbthj lace-edged' v4l-4 Silk
illusion, and she carried a bou-
quet of bride's roses and stepha-
notis, centered with an orchid,
atop a white Bible.
Kay Cody was maid of honor
for her sister. Evelyn Moore,
Gloria Cooksey, and Mrs. Henry
Watson of Fort Vally Ga. were
bridesmaids. Kelly Tomlinson,
cousin of the bride was flower-
girl. The attendants wore full
length gowns of powder blue
peau de sole. Matching lace over-
laid the bodices and white Dior
bows held their short blue veils.
Their flowers were cascades of
white -and yelolw carnations.
Donald Schweikert of Port St.
Joe was best man. Ushering were
Roger Hanlon and Eddie Webb
of Brooksville, and Doc Burge
of Fernandina Beach.
The bride's parents wre hos
at a reception held at the chur
following the ceremony. Kathrn
.Holman, Mrs. John Wright, M
Buster Wilder, Norma .Green
Mrs. Tommy Pyles, Mrs. Jam
Skipper Jr., Vonnie Woodwai
Mrs. W. R. Greene, Mrs. Joe HA
lingsworth and Judy Ross assi
;M Mr. and. Mrs. Armstrong w
make a wedding trip to sou
Florida. Upon their return
Tallahassee, they will make the
home in Southern Bell Trail
Park. He is a student at Flori4
Jayceettes Install *,P W Pie
New Officers n C c
ass The Port St. Joe Jayceettes held Ii C
their installation of officers at
sts their regularly scheduled meeting David W. Gordon, vice president
ch Monday night. Meeting in the home and district representative of the
yn of Mrs. Ruel Whitehurst, Mrs. Jim United Paper Workers, with offices
rs Harrison, President of the Port St. in Mobile, Ala., told the Port St.
e, Joe Jayceettes, officiated. Joe Rotary Club that, the union is
es Being installed-were Mrs. Milo currently building a new image
d, Smith;. President' Mrs. Harold among itsmembersand in the com-
o Keels, VicePresident; and Mrs. munities in which they operate.
T h o m as Culpepper, Secretary- Gordon stated that the United
dui Treasdrer. Paperworkers is beginning a pro-
th gram of getting involved in civic
th The local club has many plans activities in each community. "If
to for the new year, the main one be- your community has a project,"
er ing- the Junior Mis contest: All Gordon said, "call on: our union
a 'ves of J'aycee members areurg.- members for help. You will find
red to lend their s'ppor them ready and willing to help".
ed to lend their support.
District Deputy President, Betty
Newsome Visits Melody Rebekahs
Cloud, Dave and Chaie Da 1v9i of
Local 379, UPW and'Dave Langan,
district representative from Mo-
bile, Ala. '
1IV 1iies' Before the meeting began, Chris
n n Earley and Karol Altstaetter ap.
peared before the club offering
force of willing hands ready to as- their thanks and appreciation at
sist in civic endeavor.". Gordon being chosen to receive the Rotary
said that the union felt a greater Club trophy at 'graduation exercis-
harmony could be realized between es June 3.
union, citizens and company with
this new emphasis on civic respon- CLASSIFIED ADSI
sibility. Midget Investments That Y aid
Guests of the club were Charles Giant Returnsl
Guests of the club were Charles
Gordon pointed out that there is
now 561 members in his particular
union here in Port St. Joe. The un-
ion has operated in the St. Joe
Paper 'Company mill since 1938.,
"This means we have a large
Mrs. Betty Newsome, District fruit punch and a.Jarge cake frost- -
Deputy President of District Two ed in, white and decorated in red Stone Circle MeetS
was a welcome guest at Mlelody Re- rosebuds which spelled "Welcome s
bekah Lodge on Thursday evening, Betty". With Mrs. Pridgeon
June 5. Mrs. Newsome, who is a Mrs. Newsome was given "The
member of Friendship Rebekah Honors of the Degree" and an in- Mrs. Bernard Pridgeon was 'host-
Lodge No. 25 of Parker has worked triguing courtesy fashioned after a ess to the Annie V. Stone Circle
most ardently to promote Rebekah "scavenger hunt but known as a of the First United Methodist
Odd Fellowship in Florida, having "deputy hunt" ending amiably with Church for its June meeting in
served as Conductor and later as the honoree, the.recipient of the her home at White City.
Marshal of the Rebekah Assembly gifts shefound and'a gift of cur-
of Florida. She was installed \as rency which .was presented as' The program, "Between Yester-
District Deputy President during adornment to a hat which was giv. day and Tomorrow", was presented
the State Assembly Session in Or- en to her by Mrs. Eleanor Williams by Mrs. Pridgeon, with the group
lando last month. in the name of Melody. taking part. Scripture was read
Mrs. Eleanor Williams, Noble In her address Sister Betty stres- from Psalms 19 and 139 and Jere-
Grand of Melody, presided at the sed the need of communication in miah, 10th chapter.
regular meeting of the Lodge in the District and asked for co-oper- The meeting was dismissed with
the American Legion Hall. ation from each lodge to help edit the WSCS benediction. Refresh-
"' hloral arrangements of red roses a newspaper. ments were served to those pres-
and magnolias gracedthe stations She asked us to enter into the ent: Miss Gertrude Boyer, Mrs. W.
and the refreshment tables and at feelings of others and enjoy the T. Mosely, Jr., Mrs. Charles Brock,
other vantae points the emblems luxury of doing good and seek Mrs. A. J. Owens, Mrs. R. H. Brin-
of the Order were displayed. The growth by bring in new exper- son and two visitors, Mrs, Millard
buffet style dinner table was cov- th ngg innew exper- and Mrs. Edith Stone.
ered with a banquet size linen fencess with unity underlying all Spikes and Mrs. Eith Stone.
cloth and the punch table was
covered by a beige lace cloth and.! The lodge; adjourned and' a de-
featured a crystal punch bowl of 'licious dinner and a delightful so- Mrs. Wimberly is
cial hour followed.
MRS. W. H. WEEKS, Hostess to' Circle
St aInm es hiirch Reporter
MRS. RANDALL LEVOm ARMSTRONG
S Why make bill paying difficult by ru-
ning around town during these hot suimi--
.mer days. ,po a checking account and
pay by check .. .frd the coQconi90 :t
@;.7*f your home! '. ..' -
SChe u-r Other Servies, -ToM -
MMBER: FDIC and Florida National group of Bank's
St. James Episcopal churchh has ReadingProgram
announced a' change in'its regular n* MoId
schedule of worship for the next Begins MOvinday
three weeks, according to the pas-
tor, Rev. Henry Hoyt. The,'summer readingproam'at
Sunday, June 2~ there will be sTh' Joe HighsSe ipro ra
Ton -^ Ya' : 1% "" A Port St Joe HighSchool will begin
no 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. At ..
noe 7:30 am. .or ...nin r ne, AtJune 23. All-istudents who plan to
guest preacher will Rev. Millard attend are re duested to comeon
"BLP 1.reygo 1e. seduling. Tests wild begin on the
On June- 29there will be no 7:30 ur, ,at 1 2 on
a.m. Holy Communion. At'the 11:00 hour,at 9, 1, 1 and 2 and wil
a.m. services the sermon will be ak approximately one hour. Stu-
given by St. James Layreaders. dents and parents are asked
On July 6, the church worship not to come between these hours,
On July 6, the church because of disturbing those being
services will return to their ori- tested.
ginal schedule with Holy Commun- Those students who were en-
ion at 7:30 a.m., and at 11:00 a.m. To s wo w en-"
ion at 730 a.m., and at 11:00 a.m. rolled in reading at the high school
during, the second semester, or who
'Richards Family Reunion were tested in the late spring in
the high school lab will not need to
Sunday at Torreya Park be tested again on June 23. They
The annual Richards family re- will begin, on. June 24, and 'may
union will be held Sunday, June call Mrs. Fite at 229-1956 any eve-
22 at Torreya State Park near Bris. ning to make requests as to sche-
tol, it was announced this week by during time, pr find out their as-
Martha L. Jones, secretary-treasur. signed schedule.
er for the annual affair. -------
,All friends and relatives are cor. THRIFT SHOP WORKERS
dially invited to attend. NAMED FOR FRIDAY
HAS VISITORS Workers for the Hospital Aux-
Dr. Willa Dean Lowery of Pitts- iliary Thrift Shop for Friday after-
burg, Pa., visited last week with noon will be Mrs. Sidney Anchors
:Mrs. Nadine Lowery and other rel- and Mrs. Charles Norton.
atives. Other visitors of Mrs. Low- The Thrift Shop, at the corner
ery was her niece, Julie Dale No- of Reid Avenue and Second Street
lan' of Abbeville, Ala. -l is open each Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin 0. Sea-
wright .announce the; birth Of a'
baby girl, ety Celina on May 15.
Mr. iand Mrs. Billy Joe Richards
of. Overstreet announce the birth
of a son, Howard Lamar 6n May
.Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cailoway 'of
158 Robbins'Ayenue announce the
birth of a. boy, Darrian Ryan on
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Albert Can-
non, Star Route, Port St.Joe, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Johni
Albert on May 20.
Mr. tnd Mrs. William Lee Nun-
ery, Wewahitchka, announce the
.birth of a boy, Casey Len on May
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sanders,
St. Joe Beach,- announce the birth
of William Tracey on May 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray brant, 602 Gar-
.isan Ave., announce f.e ..fth of
a y boy, aren Andrew Ma'
30 .. ... .. .. .. .r.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Firaiklin E. Davep-
port, 160 Av6nue C, announce the
birth of a son, Calvin Bert on May
Mr. and s. Jimmy O'NTal
Gortman do Wewahitchka;,' :n-
nounce the birth of a 'baby gIrl,
Mr. and Mrs. James Ray Clark,
214 Seventh Street announce the
birth of a daughter, Teresa Den#se
on June 5. : "
Mr. and Mrs.'Charles David tir-
vey of Whit- City announce ::the
birth o: a baby girl, Sheila Rene
on June .
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fortner of
Wewahitchka, announce the birth
of a daughter, Lisa Ann on June 6.
Mr. and. Mrs. James Auther Mc-
Gee, 316 Avenue D announce the
birth of a' baby girl, Tammy
Yvette. on June 9.
(All births occurred at thi Port
St.- J. Munic1ipat Hospital.) -. -
The Ester Bartee Circle of the
First United Methodist Church
met Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
'George Wimberly, Jr., on Long
Avenue. 'The meeting was opened
with six members present and-one
visitor, the wife of Rev. Millard
Spikes, new pastor for the church.
After a business meeting, a story
was read by Mrs. Hubert Richards
entitled, ,"Teacher Who Learned
to Pray"..: .
Donuts and coffee were served
to those present by the hostess to
Mrs. Spikes, Mrs. Leonard Belin,
Mrs. Hubert Richards, Mrs. Her-
man Dean, Mrs. Milton Anderson,
Mrs. T. L. Preston and Mrs. M. L.
The meeting was closed with the
The July meeting will be held
in the home of Mrs. Robert King
at 2009 Constitution Drive.
. A.bridal shower honoring Miss
Martha Fite was held Wednesday
of last week in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Lamar Hardy at 107
Allen Memorial Way. Hostesses
for the affair were Mrs. J. La-
mar Hardy, Mrs. John Kramer,
Mrs. W. C. Ivey, Mrs. Jacque
Price and Mrs. Charles Wall.
In the photo above, Miss Lee
Anna Hardy, right, serves punch
to Miss Fite aMrs. C. A. Fite,
mother of the honoree, looks on.
ATLAS and MARVIN'S
ARE BOTH 1 YEAR OLDER THIS WEEK The Atlas
Products were introduced 40 Years Ago. .. MARVIN'S
STANDARD SERVICE hasd erved You ears
BIRTHDAY TIRE SPECIALS Bring the Romance o
;hq Islands to your homif
Serving Ware 4
.Availabl., wthl purchase
Marvin's Standard Service. YAot
wilt wa. a*th. 4,ndsoA
Standai-d Sign, where '"we take
better ar of. your car."
MARVIN'S Standard Service
11 IIONMNT AVE. 'O 27-7171
ii M OZ-s''gK ''^^^r i^ ~L^ _L_ __ L-^,^ ^ --^^^-*^ -.^;~*-j^^
Mrs. Marie' Wright
is now back in our shop to take care of
Alterations .. Special Cleaning
Bring yoY-up usual s leaning problems, to us for
S SPECIAL THIS WEEK -/
Sweaters Cleaned and Pressed
Get them ready forSummer storage,
TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
1 S S hoe2799
650x14, JMack, tube type -- $2319-
695x14, black, tube type -----$2446
775x14, black, tube type --- $27.20
775x15,1S Iack, tube type --- $27.21r
825x1,iISick, tube type --- $29.86
Affa4Rffyerons Tax Included '1 -
Redeem your Valuable Tire Savings Certificate (Sent you
by Standard Oilt Company) before June 30 Up to $12.00 '
Discourit on a set of Atlas Tires.
107 Second St. -- -
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969
Port St. Joe High School
Activities under Coach Taylor
Pbrt St. Joe. Elementary
Washinton High School
WashinTton .High School -
fboftball park on Avenue 'A'
Softball park on Avenue 'A'
Activities under Coach Floore
Activities under Coach Jones
-: .; .. ,
Checkers, Badminton, Tennis, Basketball ,Horse-
shoes, Ping Pong, Volleyball, Shuffleboard, Weight
lifting conditioning program, Softball, 'Chess, Ca-"
Trampoline, Archery, Softball, Horseshoes, Air ball,
Swimming, Swimming lessons, Checkers and Field
Essentially the same activities at St. Joe High School
with each Thursday night as fun night.
r Coach onette Coach Monette will instruct tennis on Monday,
..t Wednesday and Friday.
Activities under Coach Monette
Activities under Coach Monette
Adult and teen-age night softball on Tuesday 'ind
Teenage girl softball on Monday and Thursday af-
8:30-12:00 and 1:00-3:30 except Tuesday and Thurs-
day. Close at noon Tuesday and Thursday and re-
open from 6:30 until 9:00.
8:30-11:30 and 1:00-3:00. Swimming andlessons on
Monday and Friday A.M. and Tuesday and Thurs-
8:0113 nd10-40 aiy 70-0:0o Tus
8:30-11:30 and 1:00-4:00 Daily. 7:00-10:00 on Thurs-
day night. Swimming on Thursday.
9:00-12:00 A.M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
7;30-10:00 P.M., Tuesday and Friday evenings.
3:00-5:30 P.M. Monday and Thursday afternoons.
t ; ernoons.
IBth Stret Forest tark, Golf udcr Mr. ow A six-hole chip and putt golf course with driving 8:30-12:00 and 2:00-4:30 daily-Wednesday and Fri-
Municlpal Golf Course range. I day afternoon and 3:30-7:00 P.M. for adults-would
S -, stay open later.
-'16th Street, Bank or Stac Tennis under M'eScott r Mr. Scott will instruct tennis on Monday, Tuesday, 8:30-12:00 all week days except Friday.
SHouse Tennis Courts Wednesday and Thursday A.M. and by appointment
S. at any time to adults.
Stac House Activities under Mrs. T. E. Par- Pool table, Ping Pong, Checkers and other small 4:00-6;00; 7:30-10:00 except Wednesday night. Fri-
ker, Jr., and other personnel, group games. Dance on Friday night, 8:30 to 11:30. day night dance 8:30-11:30.
Stac House Activities under Mr. Scott and Teenage girls volleyball grades 7-12. 5:00-6:00 P.M. Tuesday and Thursday.
Washington High School Activities under Mr. Wynn Industrial Arts work, including molding, painting, 8:30-11:30 and 1:00-4:00 daily. -
drawing, wood working, etc.
All Schools Mrs. Whitfield, Mrs. Daniels, Reading. Contact individual school teachers for schedule.
Mrs. File, Mrs. Wilson and
Port St. Joe High School Mr. Clark, Mr. Faison, Staff, Band Lessons, Democracy (grades 11-12), Typing Band begins June 30; Democracy, June 16; Typing,
Mrs, Little and Mr. Gunter (grades 9-12), English '(grades 9-11), Driver. Educa- Jung 23; English, June 23; Driver Education,'June 16
..-- tion (grades 10-12).
High School Baseball Park,
Coaches Taylor and Lewter
Baseball, 12-15 year olds.
Tuesday and Thursday, June 25-July 31:
Proposed Program for Summer Recreation
I City-School Recreation 'Program June 23 through August 1
FOR THE MEN-English Leather, Nine Flags, Old Spice
FOR THE LADIES-Ambush, Tabu, Chanel, Yardley, Aqua-
marine and Intimate.
NOW OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
PHONE 227-5111 2386 REIDAVENUE
2, Reserved Parking Spaces At Back Door for Customers
Minister Responsible for Moral Climate
Of Community, Rev. Millard Spikes Says
"A minister is responsible for stated that a minister's duty, re-
;he morals and spiritual condition gardless of denomination, is char-
of his community", Rev. Millard ged with the responsibility of
Spikes, new Methodist minister in showing the citizens that there
Port St. Joe, told the Kiwanis Club is. a better way to live. "We are
Tuesday' at noon. not here to 'teach Methodism,"
Rev. Spikes, in outlining the role Rev. Spikes said, "we are'here to
of the minister in a community teach Jesus Christ and wep.appre-
ciate the Methodist Church giving
us a base from which to operate.
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
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Girl Scouts Presented Awards In
Impressive Ceremony Thursday
Girl Scouts in the Port St. Joe keeper, Observei Sewing, Water
area participated in an impressive Fun" and Hospitality. Other girls
program Thursday.night at the Ele- earning badges Were Juanise Grif-'
mentary School Auditorium. fin and Debra Murphl ,
The program opened with a flag, Junior TrooP 48 with Mrs. Char.
ceremony by Junior Troop 17: .les Parker and Frances Shores and,
Troop 40 explained the meaning Mrs. N. C. Schweikert received the
of "Old Glory". The Girl Scout following pins and badges:
symbol was explained by Mrs. Bay- Membership pins: Priscilla Ash,
nard Malone, neighborhood chair- Cindy Baxley, Marcia Biggins,
man.. Vicky Boyd, Wanda Bradley, Rob-
Brownie Troop 78 sang the in Barley, Camella Brown, Susan
Brownie Smile Song, "Brownies of Dupree, Dee Dee Gainous, Terr
St. Joe" and said: the Brownie pro- Gay, Linda Griner, Karen Hanson,
mise. Deborah Huckeba, Gail Kirkland,
Junior Troop 48 sang, "when- Karen Machen, Patricia Mashburn,
ever You Make A Promise"'. Junior Violet Olson, Cheryl Parker, Nan
Troop 157 gave the Girl Scout Pro- Parker, Jolyn Parrott,' Janis Sch-
mise. They then received their bad- weikert, Jani S h o r es, Melody
ges and crossed over the bridge to Smith, Patricia Sumner, Sandra
Cadette Scouting. Tootle and Brenda Young.
Brownie Troop 187, Mrs. Harold Earnings of Sign of the Star
Raffield, leader, received the fol- were Marcia ,Biggins, Nan Parker,-
lowing pins and wings: One year Janis Schweikert, Jani Shores.
membership pin' and Brownie Earning the Sign of the Arrow
Wings; Mary Dell Adkison, Tammy was Janis Shores.
McCurry and Karen Gray and De- Girls earning other badges were
anna Ramsey. Brownie Wings and' Marcia Biggins, Robin Bailey, Ca-
two year membership pins to Tam- mella Brown, SiTan Dupree, Dee
my Raffield, Kim Ernst, Diana Sea- Dee Gainous, Patricia Mashburn,
ly, Melanie Martin, Teresa Fortner, Nan Parker, Jolyn Parrott, Janis
Sandra Young, Conniie.Stoutamire, Schweikert, Jani Shores- and Mel-
Linda Rushing, 'Brenda Rushing,, ody Smith. Some of these badges
Marian Murdock,'Vicki Land, Nan- were Collector, Cook, -Magic Car-
cy Knox, Rhonda Heath, Valerie pet, Personal Health,' My Camera,
Hanson, Cheryl Ford and Mary Needlecraft, Observor,, Sewing,
Margaret Bray. Rambler, Songster, Water Fun,
Brownie Troop 78, led by Mrs. Books, My Community, Prints,
Marian Mims, had two Brownies Housekeeper, Pen Pal, Toymaker,
receiving their Wings and one year Skater, Indian Lore, Home, Health
membership pins: Susan'Oliver and and Safety, Hospitality, Backyard
Kathy Simpson. .. Fun, My. Troop, Storyteller and
Junior Troop 157, rs. Braxiton Dabbler.'
Ward and Hazer. Barton, leaders. Plans for net year's troops were
received the following: one year announced and leaders recognized.
.membership pins; Susan .Garrett, 'Cadette Troop 157 with Mrs. ,Gil
Nancy Jones,.. Cindy Wilson and Shealy, Dr.' Shirley Simpson and
Janet Murphy,,;- Mrs. Braton Ward, leaders. '
Five year memberships went .to Junior Troop 48 with Mrs.
Shelia Stoutamire, Vicky Richards, Charles Parker ,and Mrs. N. C.
Sandy Ward, Jacque Ard, Pam Par- S6hwiekertt leaders. "
.ker,, Carol Barton, Debra Murphy, Junior' Troop 187 with 17 girls
Terry Brown, Debra Jones, Miriam needs leader and assistant lead-
Harrison and Lila .Gunterf. er. ,
Sign of the Arrow badge was. Brownie Troop 78 has Mrs. Mar-
earned by.Shelia Stoutamire, Vicky ian Mimis and Mariam Deeson as
Richards, Sandy Ward, Terry leaders.
Brown and Lila Gunter. Also earn-' A new Brownie troop will be
ing the Sign of tie Star were Vicky formed in the fall for the girls
,Richards, Sandy Ward, Carol Bar- who will be in the second grade.
ton, Terry Brown and Lila Gunter. Leaders .will be. needed for this
Other badges earned were Ac- troop also.
tive Citizen, Drawing and Painting, Leadership training on all lev-
Songster, Needlecraft, Toymaker,, els; Brownie, Junior and Cadette,
Troop Camper, -Health Aid, Pen .yll le offered in the early fall,
Pal, My. Caumrar, Cook, Gypsy, 6y the Apalachee Bend Council of
b.Home,. Health i.n ae.ty, House- Girl Scouts as one of their services.
'Before Rev. Spikes spoke. Tom
Walker with the Northwest.Florida
Development Council in. Bonifay,
introduced Gary Gore, who is a
student intern doing summer field
work in civic needs and respon-
Ssibilities. Gore will be working in
Training *will be cordinated -by u un
Miss Lynette Jaegger, staff direc- He is studying under Dr. William
tor. .. Brookheimerk head of the Geogra-
;fo a n h phy Department at FSU, where
I4eas for a uniform and hand- Gore is a student.
book changed were announced.
If you hay. one or need oie, call Guests of the club were Walker,
Mrs. Baynard Malone at 227-5536. Gore, Brookheimer and Barry Bos-
Barents and interested friends well,, director of the Northwest
viewed the crafts display after the Flori Development council.
meeting. These things were made
by the girls while working on bad, CLASSIFIED ADS
ges, or during a troop activity dur- "Midget Investments With
ing troop meetings throughout the Giant Returns
year. e .
in the Kitchen.
by Laurence M. Hursh, M.D. ""4 ,
Consultant, National Dairy Council
NUTRITION A LA CARTE
* Older Veople who' have be-
come less active need the same
foods as other people but smaller
portions. They'll-get less calories
that way. Studies show the meals
of older people usually are low
in some of the nutrients furnished
by milk, citrus fruits, and other
fruits and vegetables. If you
have oldsters at home, see that
they get these foods.,
*,Thee best diet for arthritis 'is
simply a good, balanced diet -of
a .wide variety of foods from the
four fiod groups the meat
group, the milk group, fruits and
vegetables, and enriched or whole
grain breads and cereals, No
food causes or cures arthritis.
But good general nutrition and
sufficient iest will :help you to
manage your arthritis pore suc-
Regularly I suggest, that peo-
ple would feel better if they
stopped Ikipping breakfast. To
save arguments in the family,
"have your breakfast kippers"
try eating breakfast for two or
three weeks and let them ap-
praise for themselves whether
they do or do not feel better in
the morning and accomplish
more tt -school or at work.
As most everyone knows, mill
is the best source of calciunm in
our food supply. It is, in fact, al-
most 'impossible for you to get
the amounts of calcium that are'
recommended -unless, milk, in
some form is used daily and
cheese -jnd other milk-contain-.
ing foods are eaten frequently.:
* How do we get energy frnm'
the sun? Plants make; carbohy-
drates by-photosynthesis. Part Wi
this process involves interaction
between sunlight and the green
plant pigment, chlorophyll. En.
ergy from sunlight is trapped by
cholorophyll and this energy setI
in motion a series of intricate
chemical reactions that result In
the production of carbohydrates.
* Is fat essential in your diet?
The answer' is "yes." Some fat
is necessary for good nutrition.
Some fats provide vitamins A, D,
E, and K, and some are impor-
tant as sources of essential fatty
acids. Fat is a concentrated source
of calories. The fats you use up
for energy will save other nu-
trients for body building and re.
* The hamburger is said to hav
been popular in Germany before
immigrants brought the idea to
the United States. But Americadn
were the first to put it in a bun.
This happened in 1904 at the St.
Louis World's Fair, where the
ice cream cone also was invented,
and iced tea served.
e Your best sources of protein
Include eggs, meat, milk, cheese,
poultry, fish plants and their
seeds such as. beans, peas, nuts
and cereal grains. Mix them all
together in varied meals and
you'll get many other nutrients,
too, such as carbohydrates, fats,
vitamins and minerals and you'll
be well on your way toward good
are your guarantee
of peace of mind when
you have your prescrip-
tions filled at our Phar-
. is demonstrated by
provTsion of a drive-in.
window at the rear of our
'store for your conven-
:lence. Just .buzz for ser-.
vice in your car.
. m is having your pres-
criptiohs compounded by
. a graduate" Pharmaceuti-
: i __ I
t-- :..;rhy~I:.-~ ~~~ i ~ .
~PAG EIHT HE TAR Por St 1o, Feria THRSDY, UNE19,196
'hat students keep us informed
their status, Gamble emphasized.
One ut ofFfteents Anyone having a quest ao
'U d student benefits or any other soci
S ,** 10 '. -.-^ ^ _security m atte r should contact tf
Receives Social Security HarrisAvenueanamaCi
763-5331. The office is open Mo
Ted Gamble, Manager of the' 1965. He stated that social security, should notify the social, security day through Friday from 8:30 aa
Panama City Social Security Of- pays more each year in student office at once. It is very important to 4:30 p.m.
fice, said today that one out of 15 benefits than is paid by all scholar-
of the nation's school children re- ships combined, both government
ceive social security benefits. and private._ Vacation CAvaiable At Some
The 1969 graduating classes ofI In order to qualify for such bene- .
our colleges and universities were' fits, the student must be entitled State Pa ks; One At t oseph Park
unique in at least one respect, ac- on the work record of a retired, Stt aruis At JAS. oseph ar
cording to Gamble. This was the disabled or deceased parent, .
first June graduating class that's "Benefits can beI paid for the Tallahassee, June 13 Now ditioned trailer cottages for family
was made up partially of students summer vacation period if the stu- families can rent vacation cottages use, ever-popular Gold H ea
whose entire four years of college dent is to resume full time atten- in six Florida State Parks from as Branch State Park near Keystor
expenses were supplemented by dance in the f" Gamble said. He far north as Pensacola Beach to Heights offers 14 cottages, aid S
social security benefits. pointed out, however, that just south of Ft. Pierce, Fla. Joseph State Park has a family
Gamble said that benefits have dents receiving social security pay- Stat s r e n avaiabe for rentthis su
been paid to students between 18 ments who drop out of school with- said the furnished cottages range mr.:
from rustic riverside cabins at My-I Located on the sandy, whi
and 22 years of age since January out any intention of re-entering akka River State Park near Saraso- bec e +theG uf al +,o F
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ta to luxury beachside duplexes at Pickens's duplex 1 cottages have
Fort Pickens State Park in: Pensa- just been completed. Each unit is
cola. beautifully furnished with accom-
Jonathan Dickinson State Park modations for six includes televi-
near Stuart also has rustic cabins sion, air conditioning, linens, kit-
nestled among the pines,, Hills- chen facilities and, even a rowboat
borough River State Park near for use on a nearby fresh water
Zephyrhlills provides eight air con- lake.
Visitors will enjoy exploring the
Sfort that has been the scene of ex-
Receding Water citing conflicts from the Civil War
to World War -.i Swimming, boat-
Studied ting, fishing and picnicking are also
available at Fort Pickens.
S, : .. Fl ori ; Vacetioners traveling farther
In the humid Northwest Florida south can rent newly-refurnished
area, an apparent abundance of cottaes at yakka River State
water led to complacency until re- Park, nationally -oted as an out-
cently when two factors created standing wildlife sanctuary. Each
concern thover pethe water supply.' cottage has all new furniture, two
First the periods of drought d ^ eds a
throughoutmost of the area t he d1oub asn t twn eb d
last two years affected, crop pro-. drp,.i rg st o fre, sreen ine
duction and. depleted the surface lights and refrigerator.
and ground water supplies. Myakka River also offers enter-
Second, attention was called to taiinig park tours for the, whole
[the rapid increases in the rates family including day and night
of pollution of these waters re- trackless train excursions, steam-
suiting from increases urban and boat rides ,and a bird rookery. A
industrial expansion. As a result, conveniently located, concession
there is an increasing awareness building sells groceries, snacks, soft
of the need for conserving both the drinks, souvenirs, fishing, camping
quantity and quality of the area's and picnicking supplies,- and pro-
water supplies. videos boats for rent.
' For further information concern- All Florida' State Park family
ing .water and conservation and cottages are equipped with kitchen
proper use; contact your Tupelo'and bathroom, facilities; visitors
Soil and Water Conservation Dis- need only bring linens.
trict office in the County Court-1 Units may be rented on a daily
house in Blountstown. or weekly basis. Write directly to
the park superintendent for reser-
S. I For further information on these
a4d other Florida State Parks,
Tite the Floridp Park Board, Lar-
son Building, Gaines Street at Mon-
roe, Tallahassee. Fla. 32304.
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is now on sale at offices of County
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According to the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission, the,
new 1969-70 license is not required
until June 30; however, they will
lbe honored by wildlife officers
starting June le4
Buying a license now may pre-
vent embarrassment at a later date'
when a sportman may decide on a
sudden trip and find he has no li-
, 'License fees are:
Resident statewide combination
hunting and fishing, $10.50; Resi-
dent statewide hunting, 7.50; Resi-
dent statewide fishing, 3.00; Resi-
dent county hunting, 2.00; Resident
hunting other than home county,
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stamp, 5.00; Wildlife management
area stamp (Hunter under 15), 2.50;'
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THE ST~k P60, St 16% 6roiia THi:;TIURSOAY,. JUNE 19, 1969
MEXICO BEAO I
THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 PAGE NINE
Lot t, Block 17 of Port St. Joe
3 I IBeach, Unit No. 1 in fractional
I 12 ASection 5, Township 7 South,
Legal Adv. o. ooi
LA dPplat thereof on file in the office
HI THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
THE FOU RTIha! H JUDI- Gulf County, Florida, in Plat
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Book 1, page 58.
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY has been filed against you and you
P CASE NO. 3222 are required to serve a copy of
CIVIL ACTION your written defenses, if any to it,
MUTUAL FINANCE COMPANY, on the plaintiffs attorney, whose
a corporation, name and address is Joseph A.
Plaintiff, Fei dandez, 403 Morgan Street,
_vs--_ Tampa, Florida 33602 and file the
C. E. PORTER and JACQUELINE iginal with the clerk of the above
PORTER his wife, styled court on or before June 30,
Defendant. 1969; otherwise a judgment may
NOTICE OF SUIT-PROPERTY b- entered against you for the re-
TO. C; E. PORTER and JACQU.- lief demanded in the complaint or
LINE PORTER, his wife, whose petition.
residence is unknown. WITNESS my hand and the seal,
QOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDof aid Court on May 27, 19609.
That an action to foreclose a mort- I/sl GEORGE Y. CORE,
gage on the following property inh Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida: (SEAL) 4t-5-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, be taken against you for the relief
FOUi&lNTM JUDICIAL demanded in the Complaint.
CIRCUIT OF THE STATEj DONE AND ORDERED this 12th
GULF COUNTY. GE GEY. CORE, ClerkHistorical So
DIVORCE of Circuit Court 4t-6-19
MARY LOUISE SPELL. Gulf County, Florida
Plaintiff, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
S--V"- against you, and you are required
JOHN WAYNE SPEIL, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, to serve a copy of your Answer or
Defendant. FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL Pleading to the Complaint on plain-
NOTICE OF ACTION CIRCUIT OF THE STATE tiff's attorneys, Costin and McCau-
TO: JOHN WAYNE SPELL., whose OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ley, whose address is 221 Reid Ave-
residence is unknown. GULF COUNTY. nue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and file
You are notified that a Corn- DIVORCE the original Answer or Pleading
plaint for divorce has been filed ALMA SELLERS, in the office of the Clerk of the
against you, and you are required Plaintiff above styled Court on or before
to serve a copy of your Answer or -Vs- July 21, 1969. If you fail to do so,
Pleadingto to the Complaint on WILLIAM A. SELLERS, judgment by default will be taken
plaintiff's attorneys, Costin and Defendant. against you for the relief demand.
McCauley, whose address is 221 NOTICE OF ACTION a n the Complaint.
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, TO: WILIAM A. SELLERS, whose DONE AND ORDERED this 13th
and file the original Answer or last known address is, 2140 day of June, 1969.
Pleading in the office of the Clerk Falcon Street, Fort Myers, GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
of the above styled Court on or Florida. of Circuit Court 4t-5-19
before July 24, 1969. If you fail You are notified that a Com- Gulf County, Florida
to do so, judgment by default will plaint for divorce has been filed (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
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MANY BUICKS, CHRYSLERS,
T-BIRDS* ;,., i s.-14
iciety Takes New Project
The St. Joseph Historical Society,
already involved in several import-
ant projects, agreed Saturday, June
7, at the regular meeting, to take
on a new one, when requested to
do so by Milton Whitfield of We-
wahitchka, a member of the Jehu
The Wewa Cemetery has an in-
teresting history. Many long years
ago, as the story goes, an American
officer named Jehu camped on this
spot. with his men. During the
night the party was attacked by
Indians and Jehu and a number of
his men were killed. They were
the first to be buried here, and it
was from this incident Jehu Ceme-
tery received its name. The Ceme-
tery Board would like to prove the
authenticity of this story and the
local society has agreed to assist
in the search for detailed infor-
Another new project of the so-
ciety is the preservation of at least
a portion of the two old railroad-
beds which cross the grounds of
the two new school plants in Gulf
County. The president, Jesse Stone,
reported that in Wewa, the Gulf
School Board has agreed to fence
off and mark 125 feet of the St.
Joseph and Iola road bed, and'
would like suggestions. The so-
ciety is recommending that the
fence be built of seasoned cypress
by industrial students of the We-
wahitchka High School as a class
VISITING D. L. LEWIS FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. John Alford and
sons of Valdosta, were the week
end guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Duffy Lewis. The Alfords
went on to Tampa early this week
accompanied by Mrs. Alford's
grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Flood.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Grabowski and
son of Fairborn, Ohio are also vis-
iting with the Lewis'. Mrs. Gra-
bowski is thq former Pat Lewis.
"Midget Investments With
project. The plans relative to the
local situation will be announced
The underwater project of the
society has aroused a great deal
of interest. Jesse Stone has had
meetings with skin divers in the
Panama City and Tyndall Field
area and also in Port St. Joe and
reports that more than forty div-
ers have made inquiries and at
least nineteen, have signed up for
actual participation. The most im-
mediate project is to mark the
spots of special interest.
Excavations in the area of the
Old Cemetery are scheduled to be-
gin June 12 and classes for college
credit will begin on June 17.
The members of the St. Joseph
Historical Society believe that
these projects will greatly benefit
the community and state.
The July meeting will be held
at the St. Joseph T. H. Stone Me-
morial State Park, July 12.
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Saturday, June 21.
by Emaline Carpenter
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One of my cool, young friends
from Perry wants some recipes us-
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generation gap in the discussion of
modern music, etc., who knows--
maybe food will be the answer. So,
here are a couple of recipes. Try
3 cans (4%-5 ozs. ea.) shrimp
1/3 cup chopped onion
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
% cup melted fat or oil
3 cans (6 ozs. ea.) Italian-style
1/3 cup chopped parsley
,1% teaspoons oregano
ff you can't stop,..
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3 unbaked pizza crusts (9 in.)
% pound Mobarella cheese, thin-
Drain shrimp and rinse with cold
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fat until tender. Add tomato paste
and simmer for five minutes. Re-
move from heat add parsley and
oregano. Place pizza crusts on well-
greased baking pans. Cover each
crust with 1/3 of the sauce, 1/3 of
the shrimp and 1/3 of the cheese.
Bake in a hot oven, 425 degrees,.,
for 20 minutes or until crust is
brown and cheese melts. Makes
three pies. Serves 6.
3 cans (4%-5 oz. ea.) shrimp
1 can (4 ozs.) mushroom stems
t and pieces, drained
U" cup melted fat or oil
% cup flour
% teaspoon powdered mustard
Dash cayenne pepper
2 cups milk
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
Grated Parmesan cheese
Drain shrimp. Cover shrimp
with ice water and let stand for
fove minutes. Drain. Cook mush-
rooms in fat for five minutes.
Blend in flour and seasonings. Add
milk gradually and cook until thick
stirring constantly. Add shrimp and
paisley. Salt to taste. Place in
well-greased, individual shells or
6-ounce custard cups. Sprinkle with
cheese and paprika. Bake in a hot
oven, 400 degrees, for 10 to 15
minutes or until lightly browned.
JACKSONVILLE, Florida The
Canal Authority of Florida ap-
proved a budget for the fiscal year
starting July 1 which is $933,710
lower than the year previous. The
action came at their June (12) meet-
ing. The 1969-70 budget calls for
expenditure for operating and
rights of way acquisition of $5,891,
i000 for the year 1968-69.
A projected decrease in rights of
way purchases for the Cross Florida
1Barge Canal is the reason for the
decrease, Chairman L. C. Ring-
haver explained. ,
Following refusal of a circuit
court judge in Marion County to
consider fee title on a tract, of
land in the Eureka Pool south of
State Road no. 19, the Authority is:,
asking the U. S. Army Corps of
Engineers,: through the Secretary.
of the Army, to initiate, eminent
domain proceedings ,in Federal
The' Authority noted with inter-
est that the Legislature, in new
government revision in Florida,
had transferred them intact to the
new Department of Natural Re-
sources which will be headed by
the Governor and Cabinet,
THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969
B AUTYOURSHOULDSKNON Plans Being Made for A Big
July 4th Art Show At 'Beach
The human body Is an efficient organism. It runs le dock.
work with each vital part doing its job. When one of these
parts break down or a-foreign substance attacks, the body
reacts to the blow in a way all its own. Chemics nthe dis-
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S these are not epough and chemicals from other parts of the
body are utfllzt dWhe this happens a chemcalmbalance
S-Is caused. Yolt doctor examines you to determine the
arouhfant .1 of chemicals Involved. Hemay feel it nec-
esiarytb add chemicafs to your system in olrdr to defeat
the diseas.. ,his is a prescription. By his diagnosis he
can deterrnind which ;hemicals will do you the mostigood.
S- Sobme systems are stronger or better equipped to handle
disease. They require less medication. Others need-more
outside help. .Each person is different That Is why you
should never use another's prescription nor allow someone
else to us yours.
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Plenty of Fr e Parking
Bream Fishing Still In First Place
In Panhandle Fishing Success Stories
Bieam fishing is holding on excellent fishing, t.nd a var iticr
tightly to first place in Northwest1 t.-om lake fishing, which has been
Florida this week, but in some V'e main attrac'iji much of the
areas is slow, according to the year due to high \kater in irany
Florida Game and Fresh Water rivers.
FPish Commission. In spite. of the lazy movement
This time of year, the first few of tf's this week, expert anglers
days of hot weather causes a lull are L-.11 putting together very re-
in fislung, due mostly to the fact sycctble strings of fish, but not
that both the anglers and the fish with. ut some extr- effort. Mostly,
are not accustomed to the heat. lit means going fi'hing very early
But the lull might be described in the morning, and staying later
as a calm before a fishing stoim, than usual in the evening, some-
becdase fishermen will get har- times into the night.
lened to the weather within a few H(ie is a look at fishing reports
lays and will get back into 'he throughout the aica:
iroove with little fuss about the L gillil are "best bet" for n fish
ieat, Hopefully, the fish will do 'Jper in River Styx, Knineiv
:he same and whet up an appetite Creek and Florida River.
F4 iUe approaching week edd. Hirer bream a:-- r umber on fish
A big reason 3 get on thr water ji th Chipola River.
tow is the fact thatthe hocta .. hellcrackers are vying with
vhatchee and Apalachicola Rivers brari for top fish in the Dead
lad their tribul'-ries are clearing Lakes.
apidly and regaining good .-n -i Bass hre out front in Deer Point
!dn. thesee big st camr, plq nu Lake and Dead Lakes., All waters
ieroi.s creeks ann sloughs, aford throughout the 16-county area re-
port bass fishing at least in the
number two spot as the swing .0al"
B O DrOWH s In t e toward bass all across the
Lake Alice Friday
Funeral services for Norman Ed- Art Cltsses Scheduled
-ard Schulz 16, of Wewahitchka, At Mexico Beach
rho drowned Friday in Lake Alice,
rere held Sunday at 3:00 p.m. in An oil painting class for ages
he First Baptist Church of Wewa- 10 and up will be, offered each
itchka. Rev. D. E. Corley officiat- Tuesday morning at the Mexico
d. Burial, was in Jehu Cemetery. Beach Methodist Church. James
Survivors include his mother, Chichester will be the instructor.
Irs. Wynell Tate; stepfather, Bil- Anyone interested in attending
y C. Tate, both of Wewaitchka; the classes should call 227-8751
ne sister, Rebecca Ann Schulz; before Monday, une 23.
ne brother, Kevin Schulz and his: ___ _____
father, Arthur Schulz all of Satel CLASSFD ADS
ite Beach. CLASSIFIED ADS
Comforter Funeral Home was in Midget Investments with
,harge of arrangements. Glant Returnal
Report Cards Ready
At High School Office
Port St. Joe High School Prin-
cipal Walter Wilder announced
this this week at high school stu-
dents may pick up their report
cards 'this week and next week
Plans for-a bigger and better hol- 8:00 p.m., EDT. of the show. Any member who can before lunch.'
iday art show were outlined by, This show affords an opportunity help in this capacity or who is The report cards will be avail-
members of the Gulf Art Associa- for local residents to view the lat- willing to make a poster should able in the central office of the
tion at the June meeting held Mon- est works of friends and neighbors contact one of the committee school.
day evening at the home of Mrs. and serves a double purpose of ac- chairmen. -9.
Thomas Mitchell on St. Joe Beach. quainting visitors to the 'Beaches It was announced that the clubs
The Gulf Art Association, a rela- with the talent and interest in art award in the rent student show Grandson of Mrs.
tively young organization, has en- to be found in this area. for the Gulf Cunty Schools had utes
deavored since its beginning to Works in all media as well as gone toDewana Guillot Her stitch- Smith Graduate
bring a broader appreciation of art ceramics, sculpture and handwork ery will be hung in the Gulf 'Coun- Larry Lemieux of Southport, son
not only to its members but to the, will be welcome and complete "de- tyHealth Department and can be of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Lemieux
community at large, as well as to tails for entry will be published in viewed there at th at te next meeting and grandson of Mrs. Evie H.SLemith
visitors to the area. The chief The Star at a later date. Painters which will be held at the depart- of Port'St. Joe, graduated from
means of communicating this inter- are reminded that all pictures must ment building July 14. of ort St. Joe graduat
est has been through a series of art be framed .and wired for hanging.y the University of West Florida at
shows and by a display of paintings Almost three weeks remain before Mrs. Mitchell" reported that the Pensacola June 2 with a Bachelor
by local artists at the bank. the show which should give ample .xhibits -at the bank have -been of Science degree. Lemieux will
The July 4 drt show last year time for each member to prepare very well received and plans were teach in the Bay County school
drew visitors from several states at least one entry and all are urged made to continue this project, during the next school term.
and as far away as Canada. Among to do so as this should be primar-
the exhibitors-were artists from up ily a show of local talent.
and down the Gulf Coast as well Mrs. Robert Stebel is general f e
as from Georgia and Alabama. This chairman for the show,
year again, the Association extends f
an invitation to all artists in the Mrs. W. D. Sykes will head the .* ,
area to contribute to the success poster committee; Mrs. Ed Ramsey,
of the show which will be held at telephone and Mrs. Thomas Me-
the Town Hall on Mexico Beach, Dermott, publicity. Help in hpstess '
July 4, 5 and 6 from 3:0o p.m. to work will be needed on thdi'days ,v O O e a
Pridgeon Reports On
Gulf County Tax Collector Har-.
land 0. Pridgeon, 'this week re-
leased his final report of county
taxes collected and disbuirsed for
the 1968 tax year.
Pridgeon was charged witho1l-
lection of $1,064,523.70 in per-
sonal property and real estate
taxes. Pridgeon said that all tax-
es have been collected or sold
as tax certificates.
In his distribution of tax mon-
ey, Pridgeon made the follow-
ing distribution among the var-
ious places in the bounty, using
School Board, $456,960.60; Gen-
eral Fund, $283,574.77; Fine and-
Forfeiture Fund, $93,174.56;
Road'and Bridge Fund, $74,-
944.76; Certificates of Indebted- ,
ness, $81,021.36; Gulf County
Health Unit, $24,306.41; Dead
Lakes Water Management Dis-
trict, $6,076.63; St. Joseph Fire
Control Unit, $3,359.33, for a to-
tol of $1,023,418.32. The remain-
der of the tax roll charged to
Pridgeon was taken up by $39,-'
635.38 in earned discounts;,$1,-
002.57. double assessments on
the tax rolls and $467.43' in over-
charges for a grand total of $1,-
Van Camp Graduates
From Florida State .-
Forrest VanCamp, formerly of
Port St. Joe, was among the June,
7, 1969 graduates of, Florida
'State University. Mr. VanCamp
received a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Mathematies Educa-
tion. During the sumnimr FOrrest
will be employed as a Recreation
Counselor for tht City of Tal-
lahassee> aRfl hM accepted a po-
sition with the Okaloosa County
School System begihningm in
August. Mr. VanCamp, will be
teaching Math and Physics at
Niceville Sr. High School in
Niceville, Fla. He is the son of
Mrs. Gracie VanCamp of Port St.
Joe and is married to 'the former
Miss Barbara Lewis also of this
Magic Number Now
10 for Country Club,
The magic number is now 100
for the St. Joseph's Bay Coun-
try Club, according to president
As of Tuesday of this week,
240 memberships to the propos-
p ed country club had been paid in
and about 100 is needed to get
the project off the ground. -
A federal loan has been seeurt
ed to construct the facility, in-
cluding an 18-hole golf course,
club house, swimming pool, and
game and playground area. The
loan must be guaranteed by at
least 350 paid up memberships
in the country club area-before
the federal money will be turned
loose for construction.
Everything is ready to go as
soon as the memberships are se-
Brock said that the cut-off
date for the project-is Monday,
June 23, at which time the. local
members must have completed
their end of the proposal.
Memberships can be financed
over a four month period and
should be sent to either Brock or
to Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., in care
of .the St. Joseph Telephohe',and'
Summer Play Program
Gets Started Monday
The second edition of the com-
bined City and, School Board
summer recreation: program uill
get off the grppund on. Monday
morning of next week, according
to C. Allen Scott, coordinator of,
The City and the School. Board
combined forces, for the first
time last year to present a pro-.,
gram which was a huge success.
The co-sponsorship of the sum-
mer program-allows more to. be
offered to children of' all ages
throughout the city.
Summer play programs are be-
ing offered at all' three schools
in Port St. Joe, with City owned,
play areas also being utilized, in
a full, well-rounded program.
A complete schedule, and inter-
esting programs offered can, be
found on page seven of this
Have Some Old
Golf Balls Handy?
Do you have some old golf
balls? Balls that are not good
enough to play, with, but too
good to throw-away?
Don't throw them away. They
can be put to: good use.
Bring them to the City Hall
and they will be used for, the
summer golf program being con-"
ducted in connection with the
summer recreation program. .
School's Master Plan
Accepted by State
Last week the Gulf County
School Board's -Master Plan for
Inservice Teacher Education,
1968-74, received a nod of appro-
val from a State Department of
SEducation visiting committee.
Appointed by Commissioner of
Education, Floyd T. Christian to
evaluate the plan, the visiting
committee talked with teachers
and administrators at their
schools and had two sessions with
the Gulf County self-study com-
mittee-educators and a com-
munity representative who have
been working on the staff devel-
opment proposals since last Jan-
Members of the visiting comn-
mittee were: William E. George,
Director, Educational ,Personnel
Development, State Department
of Education; -Russell R. Below,
Associate S u p. e M i n t'endent,
Orange County; E. Moody El-
dridge, Director of Planning, Re-
search and Evaluation, Liberty
County and Billy Nunn, Assistant
Director, Office of Continuing
Education, Tallahassee. -
SFinal approval is- pending
Commissioner Christian's, review
of the' findings and recommenda-
tions of the visiting committee.
(Continued from Page 1)
County Assessor and Collector.
Thigh change was made in the re-
cent session of the Florida Leg-
Clerk Brock presented a fi-
i ancial statement -which. indicat-
ed that roughly 'half of the cur-
rent budget had been expended
with two thirds of the 'fiscal
Year gone. The City is in excel-
lent financial condition. *
The Star wishes to make its
apologies for the quality of the
pictures printed in this week's
issue and for pictures left out of
We have been having trouble
with our electronic engraving
machine. Repairs were attempt-
ed after last week's issue, but
like all things electronic, the
trouble is illusive.
One batch' of pictures was;
made this -.week, but before we
could finish them all, the ma-
chine quit again. We will have'
all pictures omitted from this;
week's issue, one way or another,
in next week's issue,, even if'
we must hire the engravings.
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FOR SALE: 4-room 'house FOR SALE: Blue point Siamese kit- FOUND: Red,: orange and white.
ot k tens. Call 648-4711. 2tc paddle boat on St. Joe Beach.
With front and back porch For information call 229-6249.
house and lot. price FOR SALE or TRADE: 1956 lodge
SVery oous t o.rign andinfirst class FOR SALE: Collie puppies. Phone
$3,500 for quick sale. Mat- condition. New white wall tires. 229-4304. Itp
tie Bray. 206 6th St., High- New battery and 74,000 actual'
tie Bray. miles. If you want something old WANTED: 2 experienced motel
land View. Ph. 227-5976. that behaves like young, get this maids. Apply at Gulf Sands Mo-
bargain for $275.00. Also good 1959 tel. tfc-6-19
FOR' SALE Pontiac for $100.00. Can be seen at
Three bedroom, masonry dwell- 1319 McClelland Ave. ltp 'NEEDED: Couple to operate Prid-'
ing, with den and large screened FOR SA LE 1965 ustan fast geon's Boat Landing by July 3..
porch. Bellamy Circle. To sell for FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang fast-Phone 229-3352. 2tp-6-19-
$15,900. back with 4 speed transmission, "--
FRANK HANNON chrome wheels, "air conditioned, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Registered Real Estate Broker with or without stereo. Tommy Dix. MAN OR WOMAN
221 Reid, Ave-. Phone 227-3491 Reliable person from this area-
on, 227-8541 or see Mrs.: Ruby to service and collect from automa-
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house, large Brown. tic dispensers. No experience needl-
family room, built-in kitchen,
living room, separate dining room,
patio, fenced back yard. For ap
pointment call 229-3626 or after
6 call 227-4486.' tfe-3-27
HOUSE FOR SALE: 222 6 St. 1288
ft. living space. 3 bedrooms, liv-
ing room, dining room, kitchen,
bath, screened front and back
porch. Large junk house in back
yard. Chain link fence.'P. W. Petty.
Phone 229-1671. tfc-Z-6
FOR SALE: Beautiful waterfront
home. Come look it over and
make an offer. Owner retiring and
leaving state. H. F. Ayers, 227-
FOR SALE: New 3-bedroomn red
brick hoine ofi corner 11th St.,
and Palm Blvd. Carpeted floors,
den, fireplace, all electric central
air condition and heat, dish wash-
er, built-in kitchen with self-clean-
ing oven. Will, sell partly furnished
or unfurnished. 2 baths, double car-
port. Located on two lots. Call 229-
FOR SALE; 3 bedroom home with
two baths, large living area with
den and fireplace. On 2 lots. Take
over mortgage. Located at 1319
McClelland Ave. lt
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Gulf Street, St. Joe Beach.
Screened. porch and carport. Call
648-3886 after 6:00 p.m. tfc-6-5
FOR SALE: in Apalachicola
three 3-bedroom Kings-
berry homes on large lots.
Paved, streets, water and
sewage. Only 25 minutes
from St. Joe. Nice commun,-
ity. Clean air. Financing
available. Only $500 down.
See owner at office, Gulf
Colony, Apcilachicola Muni-
cipal Airport. Phone 653-
FOR RENT: Tiailer space for one
or two house trailers on lots
back of Costin's Cottages, Beacon
Hill. Call 227-7816. tfc-&12m
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 419 First St., High-
land View. $25.00 per month. Call
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and-
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8
FOR SALE: Corvair Monza with
bucket seats and four in the
floor. Motor in, good shape. $275.
Phone 229-3196. Ite
FOR SALE: 1965 Thunderbird, Lan-
dau, R/AC, full power, cruise
control, leather upholstery, etc.,
$1495 cash. Also, Mercedes beach
buggy, '$250.00. A. L. Hargraves,
FOR SALE: Zenith' "Circle of
Sound" stereo. $125.00, Phone
GOOD SELECTION of used TV's.
Arnold's Furniture & TV. 323
Re'd Ave. tfe.-29
COMPLETE PAINTING SERVICE:
interior, exterior. General car-
pentry repair. Free estimates. Wil-
liam H. Emily and Son. Phone 648-
6446, Mexico Beach. 4tp-6-19
PIANO IN STORAGE: Beautiful
spinet stored locally. Reported
like new. Responsible party can
take a big saving on low payment
balance. Write G & H Piano Co.,
Panama City, Fla. 32401. tc
FOR SALE: Vegetables by the ham-
per. Located at Daniels ,Farm,
Kinard or phone 639 2383. 3tc-6-12
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE 2la)
Enrury Stephens. Free esthi,,ate
Guarantee on labor and materials
Low d payment. Phe 227
PEP UP with Zippies Pep- Pills",
non-habit forming. Only $1.98.
Campbell Drug Store. 10p-5-22
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
STUDENTS! Do you need help
with summer courses and make
up work? College senior will tu
tor. Call Kathleen McDermott, 108
Wescott Circle, Phone 229-5991. 2t
REDUCE safe and fast'with Gobese
tablets and E-Vap "water pills".
Campbell's Drug Store. 10p-5-22
20 Horsepower -- $426.00
35 horsepower -- $535.00
45 horsepower -- $595.00
55" horsepower -- $746.00
70 horsepower $999.00
Fiberglass Boats $150.00
ECONOMY CASH STORE
Apalachicola, Florida .
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
229-6100 after 5 p.m. 1109 Mon-
ument Ave. tfc-9-26
ed we establish accounts for
you, Car, references and $985.00"
to $1785.00 cash capital necessary.
4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent
monthly income. Full "time more.
For local interview, write, include-
telephone number, Eagle Indus-
tries, 4725 Excelsior Blvd., St..
Louis Park, Minnesota. 55416.
TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
. and removed or trimmed. Call
653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
2.BIG SHOWS -
very Friday and Saturday
HEATH RADIO and
4tp Oak Grove 2-1
All work guaranteed
WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
Aluminum and cast iron welding.
Years of experience. Call J. L.
Temple. 229-6167, 1302 Palm Blvd.
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.--Regujar convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.AJM.,-
1st. and 3rd Mondays. All' visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
i.-g second 'and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
R. It SEWELL, Sr., W.M.
BILLY JOE RICH, Sr., See.
They Get The Job DoneI
THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fbddf
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