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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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In This Wee ks Issue



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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port fhr the Apalochicole-Chottahoochee Val!ev"





WHEREAS, Many young men of this community have fought
for our nation, and some have sacrificed, their lives, through ser-
vices .'with the United States Armed Forces, in combat against
many ;enemies, and
WHEREAS, Those en, the war veterans of our country, have
earned, the respect an the tribute of every citizen who is today
enjoying the freedoms otir land because of the defenders' personal
loyalty courage, service and sacrifices, and
WHEREAS, We c h best acknowledge our appreciation and
recognition of those b ve men through full participation in the
speciaI-day and week dicated to all the defenders of our land,
ndW ."
TIEREFORE, f, F NK PATE, Mayor of the City of Port St.
Joe, d' hereby urge all f my fellow citizens to fly their Stars and
Stripes flag proudly a to participate in; or, observe, 'the public
Veterans Day and Vet mS Week observance which is to be held
in ourip city on Novem ;r the eleventh and during the week of
November 9 to 15, 1969 Furthermore. T do recommend that all of
our schools, churches, business establishments and other organi-
zations assist the Vete, ns of Foreign Wars of the United States,
and its many co-sponsc s, toward making Veterans, Day, and Vet-
erans Week a truly ou standing patriotic observance in this year
of 1969.
ATTEST: C. W. BROCK, City Clerk

Nine Beautiful Young ladies Will

Compete for Jr. Miss Title Saturday

The search is on for Pot St.
Joe's Junior Miss. This contest,
sponsored by the Port t.. Joe
Jaycees and ayceettes, will cu-
minate Saturday night ixien tle
winner will be" chosen at the
Centennial Building at 8:00 .nm.;
The local Junior Miss title isl
given to the high school senior
between the ages of 16 and 19,
who best- typifies the ide l'
American teen-ager. Judging o *
eludes personality, talent, soclb&
astic achievement, personal p-i
pearance and a judge's intar-.
view. ,
The nine contestants in thle n-
nual event are Pam Wilsdn,
Kathie Sutton, Laura Guilford,
Shirley Cantley, Judy Mpo e,
Brenda Wall, Kay Holland, Judy
Stone and Debbie Sykes. it
Judges for this year's pagesat
wil lbe Mrs. Helen Shu of "Here's
Helen"; Earl Hadaway of W3HG-

TV;; Dr l jichard Morley, Presi-
dent of Golf Coast Junior Col-
lege' Mrs. ~. W. Silcot," ife of
Mayor' TJ. W. Silcox of' Panama
'pity; and, Mrs. Clay 'Cogburn.
SMaster of Ceremonies for the
pageant w1ll be Tommy Dee of
Porvt St. Jqe Radio'Station WJOE.
Miss Carol| Lamberson, Port St.
Joe' Junior Miss of 1969, will
tgt as hostess for the 1970 pa-

lTle girl chosen as the local
r11 Miss will be presented a
warshipp. a crbxvn, the Junior
*Fs trophy and many fine gifts
donated by local merchants. She'
11 also travel Oa Pensacola in
February' for the state competi-
t$ n.
.Tlhe state winner will then
oompete in the national finals
io the spring at Mobile, Ala-
~pma. The National winner
(Continued On Page 10)

11 Pct. of Gulf's Voters

Decided the Question

B Gulf.County gave the largest majority of approval to
es g* the state-wide Constitutional Amendment voted on Tues--
JayCeeS b ,n !day,:of any Northwest FloridaCounty. But thiswas Gulf's
I M, nli r only claim to fame, as onkly 11 percent of the 4,',S9 reg-
Kllig lanS TO istered voters took the trouble to go to the bll .i
Most of the Panhandle counties
Yule Parade gave the measure a bare major- Con Let '
ity with Washington and Liberty .ontradt Lot

Langston On Conmmodore Squad

Four local youngsters on this year's t'ulf Coast Junior College
,basketball team~ponder their squad's chances November 15 'When
the Commodores open up their 1969-70 cage season with a 'home
tilt against Norman Park Junior Coll'ege. 'The four cagers are Doug
Hanson of Bay High, David Burke of Freeport, David Jones of
Blountstown and David Langston of Port St. Joe. Burke and Jones
are both veteran sophomores, while Hanson and Langston-are both
freshmen. Season tickets for the Commodore home season are now
on sale and may be obtained by contacting John Colmery, GCJC
athletic director.

The Port St. Joe Jaycees and
the Merchant's Issociatiorn began
this week making plans for the
annual Christmas parade, which
will be held'this year at 10:00
a.m;, Saturday,' December 6.
Higdon Swatts has again ac-
cepted the chairmanship of the
parade and has already started
work on making, this the biggest
parade ever offered in the city.
Swatts said he was starting
this week to make contacts with
groups and organizations to en-
ter floats in the parade. He has
already sent out requests for spe-
cial attractions for the parade
which will add greatly to its en-
Swatts pointed out :that any
group can enter'a float 4n the
parade and compete for the $100,
$50.00 and $25.00 cash Iprizes of-
fered for the, best floats, Apy
organization desiring to, enter 'a
float should contact Swatts.,

Counties voting the measure
Gulf had: merely a trickle of
its voters go to the poll, casting
333 votes in favor,of the Amend-
ment and 94 against, for a total
of 427 ballots cast.
. Taking in the Panhandle as a
_whole, early reports showed that
an average of 10 per cent of the
-voters bothered to go to the polls.
Statewide, the bond issue ques-
tion passed by a landslide, which
will allow the state to bond ap-
proximately $35 million annually
for higher education construc-
tion purposes through 1975.
County Supervisor of Elections
Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker gave The
Star the election results Wednes-
day morning but pointed out that
the figures were unofficial. She
pointed out that they were as
near correct iiand official as they
could be since there were no ab-
sentee votes cast to. be counted
at the -official canvas.

VFW Will Observe Veterans' Day With

Buddy Poppy Sale, Mpmorial Service

"Lions Horse Show Winner

Donnie Young of White City, left, was the High Point Trophy
winner of the Lions Club's Fall Horse Show. Sunday afternoon. Young
won' 30 points during the evening and had six first place wins to
earn the High Point Trophy. The trophy is being presented by Roy

Sharks Continue to Win; Trounce

Apalachic6la 32-7 Last Friday Nite I

The Port St. Joe Sharks wrung rushing in the half game in their 31 yard line. Norris Lang- -
T3:tw O tuon -e -1-1,uU_ 11--A1T PM,-,

out the Chapman -ign nSharKs ot
Apalachicola and hung them out
to dry last Friday night, in coast-
ing to their .seventh victory of
the season. The Sharks ripped
Apalachicola 32-7.
The Sharks ever-present hard-
hitting line and gang tackling de-
fense followed their usual rou-
tine of opening gapping holes for
J Shark runners and stopped the
Franklin county offense cold in
its tracks.
Port St. Joe scored in every
.period, using every man on the
squad. in the game. One price
the Sharks paid was a dislocat-
ed elbow to Norris Langston, who
piled up more than 100 yards

whicn ne played. i angstonas u-
ture for the season is still un-
The Sharks began their scor-
ing early. George 'Williams inter-
cepted an Apalachicola pass on
the first series of plays and put
the Sharks on Chapman's 12 yard
line. On the first play for Port
St. Joe, Chuck Roberts ran up
the middle for 12 yards and the.
six points.
Early in the second period,
the Sharks recovered another
Apalachicola fumble and scored
on a 13 yard pass from Roberts
to Buddy Boyette. The last score
in the half came when the Apa-
lachicola team again fumbled on

stsn took the ;hand-off from Ro u-
erts' and scooted for the goal
line with only 35 seconds left in
the period.
Chapman came roaring back
for a few minutes in the third
period and managed to block a
Port St. Joe punt in the end
zone. Chapman covered the loose
ball for six points and kicked
the extra point for their only
score in the game.
Later in the period, Chapman
fumbled again and Dennis Atchi-
son romped over from 12 yards
The last score for the Sharks
was set 'up early in the last per-
(Continued On Page 10)

The John C. Gainous Post of
the Veterans of Foreign, Wars
will conduct their annual. "Buddy
Poppy" sale Tuesday. November

Post Office to Observe'
Veteran's Day by Closing
Postmaster Chauncey Costin
informed The Star this week
that the local post office would
be closed all day Tuesday, No-
vember 11, in observance of Vet-
eran's Day.
Costin stated that the regular
holiday receipt and dispatch of
mail would be observed, but
there would be no window trans-
actions or mail delivery on city
or star routes. Mail will be boxed
for post office :box holders as
usu4l, said Costin.

11, Veteran's Day.
Sales of the 'Poppies will be
cofiducted throughout the City
- -all day Tuesdhy. The small paper.
* Poppies, are ;.made by disabled
veterans and proceeds from the
sale go to the disabled vets.
Everyone is urged to buy a
Buddy Poppy Tuesday, making a
show of appreciation for those
who have suffered for our free-
In addition to the poppy sale,
the VFW will conduct graveside
.memorial services at Holly Hill
and Forest Hill Cemeteries from
10:00 to 11:00 a.ml to honor the
war dead.
The Post was unable to put to-
gether a Veterans' Day parade
for this year.

For Dredging

Of Local Harbor :i
my Corps of Engineers anntiund-
ed last Wednelday that a con-'
tract had been awarded Jahncke
Service, Inc., of New Orleans to '
perform maintenance dredging
in Port St. Joe harbor. The con-
tract was 'in the amount of $174,-
The contract calls for remov-
ing shoaling in an 1100-foot by
300-foot section of the entrance
channel into St. Joseph Bay, op-
posite St. Joseph Point, to a
depth of 37 feet. A new silting
basin, 300 feet by '!100 feet and:
37 feet deep, will bedredged ad-
joining the bay channel on the'
.west side to trapl'silt before it.
drifts into the channel. The re-
quired 37-foot depth includes two
feet of advance maintenance,
and an additional two feet will
be allowed to take care of inac-
curacies in the dredging pro-
cess. Engineers estimate that ap-
proximately 350,000, cubic yards
of material will be remoVed& dur-
ing the dredging The work is
scheduled for completion around
the end of the year. I;
Advance notices soliciting bids
were mailed to 172 .contractors
and material suppliers. 'T he
Corps of Engineers sent plans
and specifications on request to
19 contractors and received' four

Daniell Commissioned
To Gulf Library Board
Secretary of State Tom Adams
announced this week that C. Em-
mette Daniell of Port St. Joe has
been appointed as a member of
the Gulf County Library Board
for a one year term.
Daniell has served on the Li-
brary Board since it was estab-
lished five years ago.

Show "Queen"
"Beauty" was added to the
Lions' Club Horse Show Sunday
afternoon by the appearance of
the "Horse Show Sweetheart".
The "Sweetheart" is being help-
ed on a horse by her escort, C. W.
Roberts. The "sweetheart" was
selected for "her" ability to ride
and not her looks, naturally.

Grand Jury Recommends CD Attention

The Gulf County Grand Jury
in a Presentment issued,. this
week called for a beefing up of
Gulf County's Civil Defense op-
eration. .
The Presentment calls atten-
tion to the devastation wrecked
on Mississippi by Hurricane Ca-
mille and the "antics of Hurri-
cane Laurie" in the Gulf of Mex-
ico recently, citing the anxiety
and concern' caused by The dan-
ger to Gulf County possible from
-Ahese storms.
The Grand Jury heaped prais-
es upon the Civil Defense opera-
tion as it is now set up, but not-
ed that it is strictly a volunteer
organization and called for a
more responsible organization
with adequate funds to properly
provide protection for life, pro-

perty and records in the county.
The Grand Jury pointed out
that Civil Defense is under-fi-
nanced for the job it must do
and must depend heavily on the
County'road department, mosqui-
to control and Sheriff's depart-
ment for much of its equipment
and manpower.
The Grand Jury listed 13
points for improvement.
They suggested a Civil De-
fense Council of five members
be ,established with -members
from Civil Defense, city, county
and Sheriff's department.
The County should assume
responsibility for maintaining CD
equipment rather leaving the job
to volunteers.
Obsolete or worn out equip-
ment should be replaced.

County Commissioners pro-
vide proper dry storage for non-
weatherproof CD equipment.
County communications fa-
cilities be improved to meet all
emergency communications re-
quirements of the county.
All emergency power gen-
erating equipment be checked
*That bonded auxiliary depu-
ty sheriffs be appointed to assist
CD in emergencies
That a more generous Civil
Defense budget be provided.
That all Civil Defense op-
erational plans be updated.
That the County Commis-
sion petition Department of
Transportation to raise road le-
vel of Cypress Creek area adding
proper drainage.

County Commission make
every effort to secure a bridge
across the canal at Overstreet o
adequately care for emergei'y
That these Presentments be
published in full in a local paper
for four consecutive issues and a
copy be provided local legislative
delegations, the Governor and
Congressional delegation, solic-
iting their assistance.
That future Grand Juries
review existing Civil Defense
programs of Gulf County,
This is only a resume of the
Presentments which will be pub-
lished in full in next week's is-
sue of The Star and for four con-
secutive weeks.
The Presentment was signed
by B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., foreman.

- AJ

Firemen Elect Officers

Port St. Joe's Volunteer Fire Department re-
organized Monday night for the coming year, elect-
ing their new slate of officers. Selected by the
firemen to lead their department were, bottom,
left to right, Benton Hamm, lieutenant; Waylon

Graham, lieutenant; Jimmie Prevatt, secretary.
Top, left to right, Bascom Hamm, assistant chief;
R. H. "Bob" ElIzey, chief and Edward Creamer,
social chairman.
-Star photo






PAGE TIY 0 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1969


Fun Is Fun

Fun is fun and everybody is in favor of fairly large
doses of this commodity. In fact nearly a third of the
average man's time is now allowed to having fun.
But with all good things too much fun ceases to
be funny.
Everybody expects the upcoming seniors to leave
their messages all over the place. And in most cases no-
body minds at all. It's all in fun, you see. But this slo-
gan '"70 Seniors" has begun to appear in places where its
application is getting downright destructive. And let us
say right here, we don't believe all of the slogan painting
can be attributed to members of the 1970 senior class.
The slogan has been spray painted on the front of
the Centennial Building, defacing a paint job which cost
the City of Port St. Joe several thousand- dollars. This. is
destruction. Street signs with their warning of "stop"
"yield", 'curve", etc., have been hit with the spray paint
can spelling out '"70 Seniors". This can be very destruc-
tive when the obliterated safety signal causes someone to

have an accident. A fine expensive plaque marks the
road bed of Florida's first railroad at Constitutional Park
on Highway 98. The sign was a good deal of trouble to
get placed in the first place, and cost a good deal of
money in the ,second place. It, too, has been relegated to
letting us know there are some '"70 Seniors".
These are only a few of the more obvious instances
where restraint should have been used. There are many,
many others, also.
It seems to us that those supposedly mature enough
to roam about the streets at night in automobiles should
be mature enough not to play their pranks in places where
they cause damage.
Have your fun, kids. Live it up. Enjoy yourself.
We want you to. But draw the line and do restrain your-
self from being so destructive with your can of spray
paint. Then everyone will remember the "'70 Seniors"
kindly and will not be forced to heave a sigh of relief that
"those brats with their spray paint cans are finally gone."

Port St. Joe's active Jaycees, along with their auxil-
iary, the Jayceettes will be seeking out the most outstand-
ing young lady in Port St. Joe Saturday night in their
annual Junior Miss Pageant; a program sponsored nation-
wide by these young men.
The Jaycees, both nationally and locally, are to be
congratulated for consistently keeping this a contest of
high repute and one which does not emphasize the female
in undraped or bathing suit form, but the whole young lady.
As a matter of fact, appearance counts only 15% in the
judging to ascertain the Junior Miss winner.
On this basis, any young lady, from whatever walk
of life,, can justly be proud to be chosen as a Junior Miss.
The Jaycees go even further toward keeping respect-
ability in their project by offering prizes which will only
enhance the being of a true lady. Scholarships are given
as prizes--not'screen try-outs, trips around the world, ex-

Sometimes we wonder at the inconsistency of. Ameri-
cans, but if we dig deep enough, we find that the incon-
sistencies are not so evident as we might have.previously
thought. The main motive is there and is the same at all
times. Last week we saw this little blurb in the Twin City
News of Chattahoochee, which points out just how con-
sistent Americans are.

"The Federal Government saw fit to ban cycla-
mate, an artificial sweetener used in diet drinks and
foods, because they have discovered it caused cancer.
This same Federal Government, in their research years
ago, found that tobacco caused lung cancer and var-
ious other diseases-and we're all still happily puffing
along-with the Government making no effort to ban
tobacco as they did cyclamate.
Oh, they're going to take the ads off TV one of
these days-but ban tobacco, heavens no! I
I guess if the cyclamate folks had as much money
as the tobacco folks, they'd just make. them put a
sign on the bottles that it's 'harmful to your health,
and MAY.cause cancer.'
I never cease to wonder at the power of the
So, you see, we are consistent after all with one
goal in mind.

Wesley 1 Ramsey, Editor my sincere thanks and apprecia-
Port St. Joe, Florida tion for the publicity and the
Dear Wesley: kind remarks that you have pub-
This letter is to express to you listed about the Port St. Joe

Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also LInotype Operator. Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
Po~T ST. JOE, FLORA 82456

dintered as second-elass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice. Port ft. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00

TO ADVIFRTISERS--In case of error or ommissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amoimt received for such

The spoken word is given scant attention: the printed word as thoughtfully
wei.ed: The spoken word barely assprii the printed word thoroogbfly con-
rinces. tKe spoken word i. loet; the priated wort reaate.

ploitation by groups or advertising. -.
It's refreshing in this day and time to see emphasis
being placed on selecting a young lady who is truly a
lady and excells at being a lady. As everyone knows, there
is a vast difference beyond a girl or woman and a lady.
The goal of this contest is to establish an ideal. to
emphasize the point of development of the whole girl to
which all can aspire. Choice is based on personality,
scholastic accomplishment, talent, youthful confidence and
natural beauty.
The goal of the Jaycees in sponsoring this contest
is to show the young ladies themselves that someone in
their community does care and that it is important to try
to improve.
We believe the Jaycees program of selecting Port St.
Joe's Junior Miss is a worthwhile program and one to
which any young lady can aspire with pride.

High School Band. Further, your
interest and support is greatly
appreciated by every member of
the band.
I personally think that our
band members are tremendous
young ladies and gentlemen.
They are giving a big effort to-
wards building a fine band pro-
gram for our school and commun-
ity. With the support and en-
couragement that you are giving
us, we'll try and work even
Thanks again.
Band Director

Wesley R. Ramsey, Editor
The Star
Dear Wesley:
Last week I received a letter
from a preacher friend of mine.
He is Dr. Charles B. Howard of
North Carolina. I quote one sen-
tence from his letter: "Our
daughter's husband, a Command-
er in the U. S. Navy, has been
a prisoner of war in North Viet-
nam for more than two years,
and has been denied the right to
correspond with his family." Be-
ing denied the privilege of writ-
ing to loved ones back home is'
indeed an awful punishment. I
am inclined to believe that the.
mistreatment of our POW's goes
much beyond the denial to write
home. It must border on the
The U. S. News and World Re-
port of last September 15 car-
ried an alarming article, "How
Hanoi Treats U:S. Captives." This
mounting evidence of inhumane
treatment of American prisoners
of war is shocking to me. Basic
human rights are being denied
our men who are prisoners.
I appeal to the Christian peo-
ple of the Port St. Joe area, and
everywhere, to be united in pray-
er on this Sunday, November 9,
1969, in behalf of Americans
who are being held as prisoners
in North Vietnam and other
places in Southeast Asia. Much
can be accomplished by our com-
bined divine intercession. May
this Sunday be the beginning of
an extended and uninterrupted
season of prayer until our pris-
oners are free and our troops
can all come home.

Sincerely yours,
J. C. ODUM, Pastor,
Long Avenue-
Baptist Church




Kenneth J. Gautreaux
Serving In Vietnam

Kenneth J. Gautreaux, 21, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Gautreaux,
109 Hunter Cir., Port St. Joe, was
promoted to Army specialist four
0-.. I while serving with the 4th
Infantry Division near pleiku, Viet-

A rifleman in Company A, 2nd
Battalion of the division's 8th In-
fantry, Spec. 4 Gautreaux entered
the Army in February 1968, com-
pleted basic training at Ft. Benning,
Ga., and arrived in Vietnam last

Two-Thirds of Nations
Goods Come from 'Soil

About two-thirds of the nation's
factories use materials that come
from farms and forests. From the
same places come 70 percent, or
nearly three-fourths, of the goods
which merchants sell and almost
70 percent of the freight hauled by
railroads, trucks and airlines.
Thus, the soil affects each of us
in all parts of the country. Indus-
tries closely linked to the soil in-
clude all of the food processing
plants, canneries, packing plants,
-shoe factories, tanneries, cotton and
woolen mills, garment makers, pa-
per and cardboard manufacturers,
lumber mills, furniture factories,
and many others. Even the mpnu-
facturers of automobiles, railway
cars, and various mechanical and
electrical appliances get a large
portion of their raw materials from
farms, ranches and forests.
Thousands of towns exist only be-
cause they are business centers
for surrounding farms. As the soil
around any of these trading cen-
ters becomes depleted, the area be-
comes a poor market for the goods
we produce and the services we sell.
Contact your Soil Conservation
Service representatives in t h e
County Courthouse in Blountstown
for technical assistance and infor-
mation concerning conserving soil
and water whether you live in the
city or on the farm.

Torino. High Style.
Nothing in its field can match it for luxury.
The elegant Torino Brougham is rich in looks, lavish in
appointments. Compare it to other intermediates. You
won't find its equal anywhere-not in appearance
and certainly not in price. It has a longer
wheelbase for a smoother ride. A wider
track for better road holding. Hideaway
Headlamps, concealed windshield wipers,
302 CIP V-8 are just a few of the standard
features. Take your choice of 2- or 4-door
hardtops. Either one is worth a visit just tosee
now beautiful it is.

Torino. High Performance.
New SportsRoof styling... six great V-8's.
Torino GT gives you the ride, the handling, even its own aerodynamic SportsRoof styling that adds to your go. And you can
go all the way up to the 429 Cobra Jet Ram-Air V-8 with a living, breathing, through-the-hood shaker. Then add our new Laser
Stripes, high-back buckets, 4-speed Hurst Shifter*... you get the Idea. Park the GT If you want to collect a crowd, and
take them on a cruise if you want to dazzle them.

Torino. Low Price.
Lowest priced hardtop in its class.
This is the beauty that caught the competition napping. You won't find a lower priced intermediate hardtop anywhere In the
country. Yet it offers you many features you'll find only on the more expensive Torino models. Longer wheelbase. Wider track.
Curved side glass. Concealed windshield wipers. Fiberglass belted tires, and more. Falrlane 500 Is Just one of thirteen
great ways to go Torino in 1970. Your Ford Dealer Is the man to see, to see them all.

WFairlane 500 2-Door HardtopN W"


FORD gives you Better Ideas. It's the GoingThing!


Junior Miss


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 324S6 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, '1969


Has the word "entertainment" been redefined? We had always
thought that "entertainment" was something enjoyable and pleas-
ing to the senses. Entertainers provide "entertainment", by doing
the one thing they do best. But recently, "entertainment" shows
on TV have been anything but "entertainment".
A good example of what we mean was the Herb Alpert show
Wednesday night. Alpert blows a fancy trumpet. As he said in his
show, he can't blow a trombone and he doesn't play a cornet all
he does is play the trumpet. And that's all he does that is enter-
taining. He does that one thing very well and provides "enter-
In Alpert's show Wednesday night he did everything except what
he could do. He tried to act he couldn't; he tried to sing
and that too was a flop. Maybe he was just showing everybody
in his first show that he could do nothiAg else and in his already
advertised second show he will stick to blowing the trumpet.

Read the other day where a couple in England invited their
friends to a "strip party" and they came! Of course, the party
was to "strip" the old wall paper off their apartment walls so new
paper could be. installed, but their friends didn't know that. The
friends came prepared to doff their clothes and one couple even
brought their night clothes. I can imagine someone having riervel
enough to send out such an invitation, but it's hard for me, here
in Port St. Joe, to imagine almost wholesale acceptance of'such an
invitation on the part of one's friends.
Also, we read the other day, where a TV station in England
has started giving sex education to kids 7 and 8 years old. Some
of the parents were objecting because the programs eliminated any
reference to love and affection in relation to sex.
Those producing the show responded that "children of this age
were too young, to understand love and affection."
If they're too young to understand "love" and "affection", they
are also a sight too young to be bombarded with sex, too.

Averell Harriman spoke before the students at Yale the other
day saying that the pressure applied to President Nixon by the re-
cent moratorium helped the U. S. negotiating position. He said it
would show the Viet Cong that "we mean business" about pulling
out of Vietnam and they could feel free to go ahead and do like-
Mr. Harriman was half right. It will let the Viet Cong know
that a number of bleeding hearts are in favor of giving the Viet
Cong a victory by our default, and they are smart enough to know
it. Guess that's why Mr. Harriman couldn't get anywhere when he
was the U. S. chief negotiator in the peace talks. It just might be
that Mr. Harriman's thinking was evident to the Viet Cong and is
the very reason they have prolonged the talks for this length of

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Intersection Monument and Constitution
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.

PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -_.

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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
EVENING WORSHIP ..........- -....... 7:00 P.M
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1969 PAGE THRIE

New Wildlife Management Area
-ft a 0 1 r i nU 'G

Cross State Barge Canal

Calls For Public Support

JACKSONVILLE The Canal, "All charges and imaginary char-: al facilities, the Corps of Engineers
Authority of Florida, through its ges against the Barge Canal have confirms.
Chairman, L C. Ringhaver, has been aired years ago and either Thirty-six recreational sites in
issued a statewide calf'for boating' answered or refuted, time and a- 26 areas will be developed. These
clubs, other outdoor ..enthusiasts gain, oy persons representing ma- sites will range in size from 30 to
and informed conservationists to jority opinion in this state and the 3300 acres. Initial development will
help make it known that a vast nation," Ringhaver says, "But mi- concentrate on areas near the
majority of Floridians wholeheart- nority factions often misguided Barge Canal Locks.
edly support the Cross Florida' or else ignoring the facts con- "The very fact that three reser-
Barge Canal. tinue to reappear periodically and voirs of a completed Barge Canal
Citing a recently reported hike in ask for discontinuance of a project will provide 34,500 new acres of
Canal benefits-to-costs ratio a-' that means so much to so many." water and 254 miles, of new shore-
mounting to an additional return Ringhaver, in citing the new line ought to excite every boater
of 33 cents on each dollar invested, benefit-to-cost ratio of $1.50 for in Florida" Ringhaver noted.
Ringhaver said: each dollar invested, added: "it is Ringhaver referred to a recent
"For several years we have ac- time now for Florida citizens who editorial in the Ocala Star Banner
knowledge the great recreational are boaters, fishermen, campers, which called on Canal foes to join
advantages Florida will gain from swimmers, water skiiers and others with the "vast majority who're sol-
a completed Barge Canal. But we who consider new recreation facili- idly supporting the canal. ." and
primarily have stressed ,he econo- ties an asset to let themselves be offer your advice in solving the. .
mic benefits in providing a toll- Iheard. We hope many groups will problems".
free, safe, distance-savipg canal find opportunities to let their sen- "There's still plenty of wilder-
across Florida. ators and congressmen, their local ness left", the Star Banner editor-
"The completed Cross Florida governments and state legislators, hal pointed out, referring to.those
Barge Canal will link up 26,000 their local news .media and their who decoy loss of some undevelop-
miles of inland waterway in 29 fellow citizens know they look for- ed wildneress. "The canal with one
states .and provide a connected ward to benefits which will be de- big swoop isn't destroying all the
water route from the Eastern Sea- rived. trom an early completion of wildlife, all the recreational area.
board to the Gulf and Mid-contin- the Barge Canal. In fact, it's actually creating addi-
ental U.S.A. from New Jersey The federal government will tional fishing and camping spots".
to Mexico. i spend millions to create recreation- The. Orlando Star also recently
editorialized under the heading
S .'Attack on Canal Unjustified'.
Still Misunderstanding Abo t Social The Star, afternoon sister to the
morning Sentinel, said:
i "We support conservation of na-
Sec ntyPaymgN rs gHome Costs .tural resources, wildlife and pre-
servation -of such valuable assets
There's still some misunderstand- purpose ,of receiving continuous as the Everglades National Park,
ing about payment for nursing skilled nursing services, as every reader must know by now.,
home care' under Medicare, accord- Actually, a nursing home that "But we are not so sure that the'
ing to Jack E. Snipes, Panama City qualifies.to give this service is call- brewing battle over completion of
Social Security Manager. ed an "Extended Care Facility." 'the Cross Florida Barge Canal is.
IServices in such a faculty are really desirable or justified under the
"I'd like to emphasize," Snipes Services in such a facility are really i coe ti n
said, "that Medicare does not payan extension of the kind of service guise of conservation
said, "that Medicare does not pay r i i t studies have shown that the
forroutine nursing home care even a person was receiving in the hos- studies have shown that the
forroutine nursing home care even pital for his injury or illnesscanal, running from Palatka to
if all eligibility requirements are s explainedYankeetown on the Gulf, would add
met." I The Social Security Administra- greatly in recreational as well as
Only limited coverage for full- tion works closely with its insur- economic benefits to the state".
time skilled nursing care and other ance intermediaries in examining
health services provided in the Medicare claims for after-hospital
nursing home can be paid for under nursing home care.
Medicare. Many people believe that "Many of these claims must be,
Medicare pays up to a hundred days denied," Snipes indicated. "It is
of nursing home services under any important that elderly people and *
circumstances, Snipes continued. their families understand how this
This is not true. part of the law works."
Congress made it very clear that The Social Security office for this ]
only a certain kind of nursing home area is located at 1135 Harrison
care would be paid for under Medi- Ave., Panama City 32401. The 'tele- I | H S N
care. This is the type in which the phone number is 763-5331. The of- K I T ll H
patient's condition, upon discharge fice is open Monday through Fri-
from a hospital, requires him to be day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., ex- C H A I T E R
in an institution for the.primary cept on national holidays..

0 W

Thompson Shows

Film On History
-O faW 0.a

Ot Electricity Being Upened or Hunting season
Rotarian Wes Thompson showed
a film presentation on the history TALLAHASSEE -- Florida sports- Dead Lakes and the Apalachicola total harvest figures are not availa-
of electricity to the Rotary Club men will have a anew 17,000 acre River. The new area includes por- ble at this time, there is every in-
last Thursday. The film, starring wildlife management area open for' tions of the former Brown Lake dication to believe that the archery
"Reddy-Killowatt" was in cartoon public hunting during the coming Wildlife Refuge. hunting season provided a maxi-
form and traced the discovery and hunting season. The G. U. Parker. Other action taken by the Com- mum number of man days of re-
experimentation with electricity -area located in Calhoun County will mission- during the Tallahassee creation with a minium drain on
since the first accidental discov- open for hunting on November 15. meeting included re-establishing the natural wildlife resource."
ery of electrical attraction by fric- The new area was established by the boundaries of the Croom Wild-! The next meeting of the Com-
tion 2,500 years ago. an emergency order of the Game life Management Area in Hernando mission will be held in Tallahassee
Early experimentation with fric- and Fresh Water Fish Commission County and an emergency order on December 12.
tion machines in Europe prompted during a formal meeting in Tal- that will prohibit the use of snatch
Benjamin Franklin to fly his kite lahassee on Wednesday, October 29. hooks to take non-game fish from ATTENDS FUNERAL
one stormy night and discover that According to Dr. Richard Schulz, the catwalk of the Jim Woodruff Mrs. George Cooper attended the
electricity was present in light- Commission Chairman, the new, Dam at Lake Seminole in Gadsden funeral of Terry Dollar Thursday
ning. wildlife management area was County. Bainbridge, Gaa Terry was the
Michael Farraday developed the made .available through the coop- T i n on o r tr Dollars
first electric generator in 1831 and ration of the Neal Lumber Con- The Commission also received a son of Mr and Mrs. Buster Dollar
this was followed by the electric pany of Blountstown and is located report on the results of the 1969-70 of Bainbridge. Mrs. Dollar is a
light bulb in 1879, invented by south of Blountstown between the statewide archery hunting season. niece of Mrs. Cooper.
Thomas Edison and an important According to the report present ATTENDedARKT
new servant was available for the ability of electricity. Today, the by. the Game Management Division ATTENDING MARKET
new servant was available public a entire U. S. is tied toge there by a total of 81 buck deer and 92 does Mrs. R. G. Boyles and Mr. and
Since the beginning of the use generating grids which virtually were harvested by bowhunters on Mrs. Tom Sulpepper are attending
Since the beginning of the use generating grids which virutal wildlife, management areas. |the ladie's and children's ready-
of electricity on a wide scale in insures against any long time shut wildlife management areas. the ladie's and children's ready-
the late 1800's, the use of electri- downs of electric .supply. Schulz said, "There as een a to-wear apparel show inurchases for
city has grown by leaps and I Guests of the club were John marked increase in the number of Ga. They are making purchases for
bounds. With the growthin use Richburg of Cantonment and Tom sportment obtaining statewide ar- the Spring and Easter season of
cameounds. With the improvements in depend- Sowell of New York City. chery hunting permits, and while 1970.
came the improvements in depend- Swl fNwYr y


-- --VFW Urges Support Baptist WMU Ladies Meet t YFirst
S. O l Baptist Church for World Da of Prayer
Of P .---resident's Plan The ladies of the WMU met at of the: Highland View Baptist
-_ -_"the First Baptist Church Monday Church! also participated in pre-
Veterans of Foreign Wars, stated that Raymond A. Galla- morning at 9:30 for their World sending the program.
-- -- Post No. 10069 of Port St. Joe gher, V.F.W. Comander-in-Chief, Day of Prayer program. Mrs. Milton Chafin of the Long
this week called on all commun- is calling on all other national .Mrs.sin Avenue Baitist Church led the
ity organizations to join with the organizations to join with the ing with Mrs. Emmett Daniell at closing prae er.
VFW in "Operation Speak Out" VFW in this undertaking. the organ. Refreshments of doughnuts a
Mrs. L. W. Cox of the first Bap- Refreshents of doughnuts and
which is a program designed to tist Church was in char ge of th coffee we served by the host
.encourage the "silent majority program churchoihe 37 ladies present.
govshow theionsuport fV tn Memorial Service Others from the First Baptist
quern week of Novth ember e cte Church on the program were Mrs. rkers Named for
5,hich incdesNoveer Set to Dedicate avis, Mr. Carden.
S-11 Vetei'ans9 Day. r S.h Ramsey, oMrs. C D. Spears. Thrift Shop Duty
,|oI 1s "ee~n Day wer..eln. t/.J s. 'B ; FMrs. __ MG. Costin, Sr.. Mrs. W. S --. ". ..r '
.. ,, Speaking on half of Post 'ew Windows Smith rs. J Daughtry and
No. 10069. Commander Marvin Mrs. A.V. Bateman. Thrit Shop ers for riday.
S h'fesspl said: "Vietnam 'Mora- 7 memorial %ci' X edne4 ,. Noener 7 ,vilP-e M M. Robert
to W O a t oe N s Mr cte ` lanny Maddox from Long Fox n Mr wi Tol -Parkbr Jr
-- g. le h ,orldand pecaly dicate foA new windows e .Aven'_Baptist C-urch, Mrs. James .The rift ShB soA .en every
tH, i t Lor ,r an rom t e .em Et tB phe. It C ta i da I afternoon l t e r locanio
A,_--- ..- -- the people in this country 'JaI. dJ n seo- a Te -
1 "-I .e o. -R .-'.- fLNt belief, of thie Veterans of bears of S James .
-- -.- .. .. -i- 7 -v vn- -an -d Nove-mber=---- -_ 10 --_- Foreign'1 a s tdl, the. -- t- -e o- i id -' -l Wn .e a. o majority
6. fthep Withi 'ontrydo Allnd jfSt Ja,,o- W US HEALTH SAVE RTAX SYSTEM
.ii: -.'. -t c .t ti b, l ot f u'rsiam antd dally invi ... .. > oth ol p asted f eceii..t given with eacho
Sh o a th itlbnf our go ernment. T he briea i .6 hcon- ro Tailo r daoe a
.. ,. ,. ,.:'do, ,. '-,,,=, ,- t ducted by the'.Ven. ober smCow- fri ia im ce taeois .... .. an. e purpe.

202 Bc iayVi wewrv iglaung wa 'the setti L og n Th lototr- swas uch rie [wcint 'rp' m ctlf *. supilort hq potion of.Hanoi o r r o onemlyte u s o r ban d' snrp n b
iastTuesann Ouctber 2 for a say shower gi- eful gifts. feb, cup ho. ros btr are James. .... th.e *.orhe see records. N I n
SSen ho of Gary o Ne Srwn above wth Mrse d ,ois m sr 1t d ai in n ,,lI trop of oIhn o A

'.. Vie are a noun h" i h ." t~o i n aOvd sthe waishes artstl y ere at- e-e y e Sa mU o?- m e r 4o t p erall, ,,w.i th S Sd
o"Ms s .Jforhe occasion Wer 'ars. Boobi. fer, s. E tmford .r ,moh n-w, Ms. w the Viet Cong. or et n am es tai- h ey J wedfor ar lifts .a t. aly ret JUIhpST m
PORenTJOHIGHofHOO Communisthe oriat hr J i Iateipt s mn.
SHu baN~M~0 Halhnan Mrs. Keith Ward, McNe. ., ilent uiadtity ketthir will be at e cosnHr o St wiamed Were Old a n oo tha e
Mr. a re and Mr s Vae. O1 M 'arvn ven A- tSwh li' me J. photo, cowp.n Cubic 'ortfh hl s program with ba ground shading oproeden, YE-oWE STILL O. tFAIb in:E
h S of Wewahitchkan, "e-rhoaabyerbe effectndveI ad reflutiesve 'of o'not apin, aethystp Ste Andrew, Here at Slin FH'SL H V IM dr,. still f A Aha

S- iJ ...nounce the birth o.aLunchkioonMenslzaet o Otoe 1u~y1, butter and m"l. toh me manr, ish a lson e sa N e reind"a. ree.' St. e'eb very:customer o c epe r f ent, and w 'T n do
O' e .i, Jrao, Stn ctro. o. "d r. aWope th2at a6: ote. civhic;oedafrv' Jb ;r'ocal chui'h c ei,' our best f geto satisfy his a or me4iera of ir
.... .. .... tal, patriotic, labor, religioas ad .... ,.c ... .... "e rsc ptai .a
'BirThse a- PoRTSTt.gaJOEHIGnSOCOOL otheru- orgarceeTei erw.ilml ein isWTamed, carries the bap'ismnsea yments. .. ne. d -. ri. b-

Vir a nd Mrs.n ei e 10. ari nS p, hor bieer with p oato th' us and maketthis p true' shell.In the corner of his windo We're Old Fashioned too, in thPu we ae one
". ... .. .ave communityeffort" i.s apine cone, making it pertineni of the few rema ng FULL SERVICE drug sores--
Daniel, Sr ., of wewahic a, an- o ounce he rth of a bA y g frozen tournipssa, apple crisp, corn-
ounce the birth of a son, Mason Nancy Elizabeth on October 10. bread, butter and milk. ..Comander Shimfessel also tohe area da Fountain, obcco Deparment, aers and
O'Neil, Jr., on October 9C. as o Mr. and Mrs. William Sheltona Tuesday, November si Film, Cosmetics t amGreeting Cardsm[ Statinery-.and of
MrMr. and Mrs. Larry Steve Wood Quarles, Jr., ar e the parents of a i GroUnd i e el pay in lomatth
2 Ba 'baby boy, Robert Lgan, on Oto-lsauce, rice, white acre peas,

202r oB ayVeiDie .Higrlad buittcup, hot, rolls, but bier'ane Stt. Jame st Eoisopa tror esn Sessetin a the ne-tiwet dr igot any s Ounies butne
View, announce the birth of, a babywber 1 ik a ousruit y c o e d Parish Hous. for t. e th er Jso w-pokesa 'his .. w el. Needii Ay R e Stone
girl, Kimberley Dawn on October FC thandkMrs. John Walter*.Rich-' milk. Ase Be Shoe Sg Gumsi FatherJotoe.o

s i`d uMcs During or soow an d oi l at einP fao e re wilh supper ho precede for next year and 1
tr, 229 Third aAve., Highland oobWednesday, November o12 ir es r o
Mr. and M Ors. S n Davs out. es ra, er e The Women of St. James',ro Epis- money for gifts. ng o FIRTI Y I ITi

bkison of Wewahitchika l announce utter ,and milk, business meeting last Monday at presiding at the meet appointP-N GIFT FOR ALL R
thyebres A n tithe of' a babyhgirl, Vicki- ean .oThursday, Novembere j othe Parish House. The Rev. nry e Mrs. C. Arogas charm
n October 6. e Chili dogs(buns), buered cor, was a speal gest. the nominating committee tf

S a, A Mr. trs.Dan J. Hallway of cole slaw peaut bter raisin Pls for acovereddish spper choose officers for next year and
tM M Trom aso Marineut sa rma M
N W Fr St. JoeBdih ann unce'the it cookiess butter .k fort Parish on WednesdayNo- reminded it. remember the'
Ricthardpaymenp t o FMon hikenb s theaPrrSt.J and Thirhs 'itro preede the mem oricalnenHy d
CHRISTMAS motalboy, Sktohen t ; on Otobern20.. e. aFridy, Nvetnbe.r 14 s emer 12 at 6:30 tre completed. United Thank Offering ot Sunday.
s i t d. ufsda n ors R rr Nand t so ike io e hislrecded bumec r li e s new s raine glaha wa Th EN E
Tas ta abiAl oftAollchicola announce thepeas, toss salad, priot servee to be held a 8:i00 p.n; de- meeting wit rayer

Play rs T ape- s in c c ere' y 'r ai'l e' d dia tws n shamed a s f- -
DTAV Stereos E weRadios (All 'irt Aii'occurred at the P99rct :i '-- .-4, I t SU N 1 b. P.
Conve r tu balanceeratrio totou5i c, a b relHb igioushi n dthrISrhihettlsosl..oaU r S- g g her report.announcee qethatr6 ,
PORTr' S T.ancJOEHtuI G SHOeisytersn.A gI qthe .fund raoGised forE is o a
.~otmonthly payment plan t of th 'Churches 6distroyed by ihuremicane S
Mr.asdMs.M Othanks' e c th a kvindfAv osenueoasteon clb arinhsponsoah a spaghaet- Coo. da been ne-enttorep r 'oe
Shepssio atitefsted us during our sorrow and timitraa supper to precede ishn Homecom- H o .s ad h t
___,S-grief following the ateatnh of our ling football game z tipay, Novem chnimr surp me r were o s hand'ran
Weil terni Autor9 beloved father. o br t 4 i the hgh yhool came-pid'r.T e g e tI IFYOU DOT EE IT. AK
Sincerelyn. r_., .igraltsude oMrs. ASobrook forO
QuarlesJr.,arethes RW ... Grod members epat .5.m entomaking and refurbishing other
M.ad' sarr teeWo ,.." choir vestients. 02 'r A P ic Gy Friday, turd e mer
arbyHobrws'naic' ,wh it e'Mrs. Roy Gibson was appointed.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 6, T~S9 PAGE FIv~ i

Kiwanis Club Views Film of Port
St. Joe Victory Over Florida High

7I It was a big win for the Sharks, Taylor also explained the point
So the Kiwanis Club wanted to see system to the club, which deter-
it again. To oblige the club, athle- mines which teams get a chance
I' tic director Wayne Taylor of Port at the state championship. Taylor
St. Joe High School showed the said that the Sharks just about have
club films taken of the Florida to win all of their remaining-
High, Port St. Joe game of Octo- Igame to get a chance at the title.
bher 17. The Sharks defeated the This is due to the fact that the,
.-- strong Demon eleven 20-14. Sharks have played three class "C"
schools this year, which reduces
'their paint production for play-off
SO Fry Higphligh s purposes. A loss would just about
Sr eliminate the Sharks from compe-
i Hallowe'en Party Nition
-s:. H, p a s t Guests of the club were Jim
> Sat:day, l eve ber 1 proved I Spikes of Newton, Ala., Marion
to be '~delightful evening for 150 Craig of Port .St. Jop and Key
Sf the people' o f Wrhite City. The Clubbers Carol Grace, Brenda Wall,
i, ; o o i on behind the White Mike Wimberly and Dennis Atchi-
tity BatiJSt Church- was aecorated,s"--
S[ ith umpkih jack-o-lanterns and
i dai ng skeleton. IN MEMORY OF
S. -. 1 .1-' ', "--". .1 'At-;5-30,.p.tfl. a pLrade of cos-
'' '-' *." -'j ',, m er-- .o, :rDters 12 eaps and un- WHEREAS, a i i nk in our go
,%, 1 L. ;r fllwed ,`-'11' .. der ,,iycled ,round the judges to den chain has been broken byu
SA It ln be' viewed aml admired by all for the passing of one of our beloved

"". d 'ed fish at'the PointdoIringig; homer j. Thm, r., a.m ll-ia ,"KSg. hm seiec,, foi prize d n"The Ghost WHEREAS, Brother Geddie
15 of the big reds Shown above..jp George Ley .,, ca h the red shrip. S-ot-wa tar heiv t omfif ti da 'Bb h ucthar ap dd, had been a member of Gulf Chaps
-e d o h "g, M.rs E ,p,. .. Tlobf ae' h prtmand nd The Bride t Order of the "Easer
' r-. ) M J oad n Bioir 'f thi c Star, over a period of many
"ne" "Part ipbr.es ,'"aI, e ,f ,, y ,b ,nd it id, with'd o ep an
6 da f AWAY" a n a --" ..... ,.one ee not left pay our tribute of respect to hih
:1 n I i -'. ...... ,,:,... m i du ag i dressed in cos-times memory, and
'",Wie- FOROu ofab 0 d.- Mrs. Martha Elabh Scott,.ag or dressed kyThe jdgs f- WHEREAS e shllherish
h. iluTNAy (FHiTNC 4 Marine 83,.is taken y death 'Friday, Oc- ter-much. de t chose two te memory of our brother and

TaeY".P-l-u ,-. Tapes Port St. Joe, participated inh f esid6fti of Bloody Bluff .in Frank- the Old Man" Caro! Antley .and BE IT THEREFORE RESOL-
cTa'pe layers Tdapdes change of command ceremony for lin County an.d wras a member of Richard Varr um VED: That we extend to his fam-i
V stereos aos Marine Air Group13 i Vietnam. the Methodit Church.. ily our sincere sympathy and
_____________________ .. .'The evening festivities were set i o sn e y t a
SComprised of fighter, attack and I Funeral services were held at to a background of lively melodies pray that they may. be comfort-
'Converttbalance to our eas helicopter squadrons' with trans-, 2:00 pm. Sunday from Comfortexi by Ken Murphy and his Country- ed by the words of our Lord, "In
Sf ipayhen plan at port 'and training craft included;' Funeal oome ChaIl inApalachir men. The menu included fresh fried' My Father s house are many
Chrisimas. he air group: flies ii support of cola, conducted by' Rev. John T. mullet, hushpulpies, cole slaw, mani0,ns. If it were not so, I
S -U. S.;ground troops in Vietnam D.udley of Toccoa, Ga. Interment grits, dill picklesd coffee, 'tea and would have mtold you. Anod if I
cfollowed in the family plot of Mag- punch go to prepare a place for you, I
ste Au It also provides fighter escort nolia Cemetery in Apalachicola. will cme agai and receive you
n and cover foir !ll U. S. aircraft in ..Rev. Allen Price, new pastor of unto Myself, that where I am,
DAVE MAY, Owner the Southeast Asian area, ,protect- Mrs. Scott was a relative of Mrs. the church, wishes to thank allwho there ye may be also".
.i. them from enemy fighter Earl Creel, Mrs. E. F. Gunn as d had a part and helped make the BE IT FURTHER. RESOLVED:
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Continues Through This Week: Added Attractions!
Dear Friends
A lot of water has gone over the dam since this column last
appeared. T1* silence came about from increased advertising rates
"a~i FISHING tri, t.i'. IitR', -l Ow.pq Utlit loyal folks at BOYLES
hiave con inued "stretched our space with added shelves and racks, raised the roof,
et cetera,, et cetp.ra" Yes, there's MORE at BOYLES than ever!
A constant effort is ,beinr mhde to inmprove SERVICE and increase
SAVINGS for our valued customers and friends.; Will you forgive
qyr errors and mistakes? We're stillf:mighty' human! Your con-
4tnued, yand splendid loyalty is' sincerely appreciated. You have
brought us w,her,% we are, and 'we need yod to' keep us alive!
This week Mrs. Boyles, Mr. and s. Toni 'Culpepper have been
attending the fabulous Spring and Easter Apparel Show' at the At-
lanta Merchandise Mart since Sunday. Here, endless displays of
"things to wea?' (firms from California to Maine) are shown. We
feel sure the- best possible styles and values will be selected for
YOU. We predict 1970 to be a happy, bright and promising year
in wearables in other ways we hope. Let's count on
Now, a little of THIS and THAT and we'll shut up!
7. Fishing is GOOD. BOYLES is making an effort to secure
information that will make it possible to publish daily tides (week-
4l) at Port St. Joe. You may think this is Duck Soup but it's prov-
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niment of,; Interior. (think this is right). When a response is received
other details are to be worked out. Would you have believed it?
2. .,The four words of Magus: TO KNOW, TO DARE, TO WILL,
,: 3. ,To rid a room of.tobacco fumes, especially in the heart of
winter ,when you may wish to avoid more militant fumigants, place
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are inserted if you keep the nails warm in a pail of hot water, and
if you. use them while still hot.
5. World's record alimony was paid by Reuben Hollis Fleet,
the Amprican.millionaire aircraft manufactutrer,-to his second wife
Dorothyritchell in 1945. 'The sum amounted to $11,550,000. Sep-
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P'AGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1969
Places High In Scholarship Testing

A palachicola Prepares To Roll O ut Deborah Mahon, daughter of Mr. ented seniors.
and Mrs. Jack Mahon formerly of Miss Masion is among t
hdt df 6| Fea Port St. Joe and granddaughter of chosen as semi-finalists o
ed Carpet Saoturday for 6t estiva Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hardy of Port sis of scores made on iden
St. Joe, is one of 16 high school given last February to 750
stuens n viucoeeuoniy ~~er-suouu jaauiaLIIU5JVh

APALACHICOLA, -- With Florida ready for the greatest seafood fes- crab and oyster shucking contests,
Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr., of- tival ever held in its short, but ex- boats' blessing, water ski show, and
ficially signing a proclamation last citing six-year old celebration, downtown square dancing. The
Tuesday, October 28th, designating Festival Chairman Milton House- grand festival ball at 9 PM will
Saturday, November 8th, 1969 as man has officially announced that ring down the curtain on the big
FLORIDA SEAFOOD FESTIVAL besides Miss Florida Seafood Fes- day.
DAY; as well as five festival queens tival, Mary Helen Marshlall of St. Apalachicolan James S. Daly,
participating in its morning pa- George's Island; Miss Florida, Mayor of Florida's oyster capital,
rade, plus at least four marching Lynne Tonping of Marco Island; promises that the widely acclaimed
bands Apalachicolans are getting Miss Forestry, Reba McDaniel of state oyster shucking championship
-P- Perry: Miss Panama City, Diane will be one of the top features of
Bass; and Miss Panama City Fish- the day with challenger, Roland
ing Tournament, Glenda Tyson, will Hill of Grant, Florida, coming to
Legal A d be participating in the morning 10 this historic port city to take on
AM parade, as well as some of the the winner of the oyster shucking
ST scheduled events including the elimination contests. Present state
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, speeches, fish dinner, guided tous, elimhainampion is Mrs. Helen Hicks of
14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF champion is Mrs. Helen Hicks of
FLORIDA IN AND FOR East Point, Florida shucking
GULF COUNTY. 150 oysters in 9 minutes, 46 ana
CASE NO. 3284 vin F Sn er one-half seconds!
CIVIL ACTION Calvin F. Snyder one-half seconds!
LYDIA L. NABORS, Priests of Episcopal, Catholic,
Plaintiff, Calvin F. Snyder, age 61, a resi- and Greek Orthodox faiths joined
HARVEY L. NABORS, dent of Wewahitchka passed away with opening prayers by Baptist
Defendant at 2:00 a.m. Saturday in a Talla- and Methodist will officiate in the
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY hassee hospital. Mr. Snyder had centuries-old ritual of blessing of
TO: Harvey L. Nabors, Route 2, Fo- been a resident of Wewahitchka the seafood fleet in the harbor with
ley, Alabama:
You are hereby notified that an for the past eight years, the work boats, gaily decorated.
action for divorce has been filed Snyder is survived by his wi- passing in review to receive the
against you and you are required dow, Mrs. Rose Snyder of Wewa- Lord's blessings!
to serve a copy of your written de- hitchka; one daughter, Mrs. Nancy
fenses, if any to 'it, on the plain- H
tiff's attorney, whose name and Hoffert of Allentown, Pa., three
address is Silas R. Stone, 321 Reid grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Ber-
Avenue, Port St, Joe, Florida 32456 tha Miller of Lightstreet, Pa.; one
and file the original with the clerk brother, Harold Snyder of Lansing, li
of the above styled court on or be-
fore November 24, 1969: otherwise Mich.
a judgement may be entered Funeral services were held Mon-
against you for the relief demand- day afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from
ed in the complaint or petition. the Honeyville Methodist Church
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court on October 22, 1969. conducted by Rev. John Rich. In-
GEORGE Y. CORE, terment was in Roberts Cemetery
Clerk, Circuit Court, at Honeyville.
(COURT SEAL) 4t-10-23 Comforter Funeral Home was in P.
charge of arrangements.
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Mrs. W. L. Bouton, Sr.
CASE NO. 3286 Mrs. W. L. Bouton, Sr., of Bir-
JULIA LEE PORTER, mingham, Ala., formerly of Dothan,
aSnt,- died October 31 in Baptist Medical,
CLIFFORD PORTER, Center, Birmingham, Ala., after an
Defendant. illness of three months.
TO: CLIFFORD PORTER, whose She was a member of the Meth- R"A'
whereabouts and place of resi- odist Church in Birmingham and
dence as particularly as the odist Church in Birmingham and
same is known to the Plaintiff the widow of William Lee Bouton,
is unknown: Sr. She was born in Abbeville, Ala-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED bama and raised in Dothan.
that an action for divorce has been
filed against you and you are re- She is survived by one son, W.
quired to serve a copy of your writ. L. Bouton. Jr., Birmingham; two
ten defenses, if any, to it on J. C.
Bodiford, Attorney for Plaintiff, grandsons; one granddaughter;
whose address is 214 East -4th three sisters, Mrs. J. R. Dillon of
Street, Post Office Box 1022, Pan- Neptune Beach, Mrs. J. W. Horne
ama City, Florida, and file the ori- of Thomasville, Ga., Mrs. M. E.
ginal with the Clerk of the above of Thomasville, Ga., Mrs. M E.
styled court on or before December Hicks of Montgomery, Ala.; three
5, 1969, otherwise a judgment may brothers, Kenneth and Gus Creech
be entered against you for the re- of Port St. Joe and Charles E.
lief demanded in the Complaint. Creech, Sr., of Andalusia, Ala.
WITNESS my hand and the seal reech Sr., of Andalusia Ala.
of said Court on October 20, 1969. Funeral services were conducted
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, Monday from the Elmwood Chapel
Clerk of the Circuit Court
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In late afternoon, Young's Water
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On lanes 1 and 2, Williams Alley
Kats took all four games from
Swatts and .Parker. Helen Elliot
was high for the Alley Kats with
a 490' series and a high game of
198. Barbara Tharpe had high ser-
ies 'of 391 and Doris Strickland had
high game of 166 for Swatts and
St. Joe Stevedores won all four
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road on lanes 3 and 4. Dot Barlow
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dores with a nice series of 475 and
a high game of 167. AN Railroad
had Ann Neal as the high one with
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On lanes 5 and 6, St. Joe Furni-
ture took three out of four from
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this was high for St. Joe Furniture
with a 444 series and a 178 game.
Sue Parrish nicked un the 3-10

Mary Whitfield with a 161 game.
Florida First National Bank .and
St. Joe Kraft battled, it out on
lanes 7 and 8 with Florida First Na-
tional taking three -out of four.
Lois Smith was high for the bank-
ers with a 508 series and a 180
game. Evelyn Smith was high for
St. Joe Kraft with a nice 466 ser-
ies and a 171 game.
The high bowlers for the night
were Helen Elliot with a nice game
of 198. Lois Sminith had the high ser-
ies of 508.
Meet your team-St. Joe Furni-
ture: Dot Williams, Sue Parrish,
Opal Howard and Brenda Mathis.
Standings W- L
St. Joe Kraft 23 9
Fla. First National Bank 22 10
St. Joe Stevedores -------22 10
Williams Alley Kats -- 14 18
Pete Weed Accounting 12 20
AN Railroad 8 24
Swatts and Parker .---- 7 25

split. High for Pete Weed was Shir- Gulf County Men's League
ley Whitfield with a 441 series and Very little change took place in
the standings as the Monday night
Bowling went as follows:
Lunch Room Menu Lanes 1 and 2 saw Team No. 6
take three from SJPC Millwrights
Highland View Elementary School with David Roche leading the way
-Monday, November 10 with his 512 series and 206 game.
Fish sticks, buttered grits, steam- SJPC Millwrights had Elmo Ford
ed cabbage, potato sticks, fruit cup, and John McKenzie each with a
corn bread and milk. 469 series.
Tuesday, November 11 On lanes 3 and 4, Costin's moved
Cheeseburgers, buttered corn, into third place by taking three
sliced tomatoes, onions and pick- games from St. Joe Lanes. Ashley
les, brownies and milk. Costin was high for his team with
Wednesday, November 12 a 486. Jim Flint led the St. Joe
Chicken and noodles, mustard Lanes with a 468.
greens, stuffed celery, coconut Rich's IGA was awarded four
cake, corn bread and milk. games by forfeit on lanes 5 and
Thursday, November 13 6. Rich's still had to bowl for av-
Pizza, snap beans, carrot and erage and Wayne Ernst came up
raisin salad, purple plums, white with a 519 series while his partner
Bread and milk.. Perry Campbell had a fine game
S Friday, November 14 of 228 and a 501 series. Forfeiting
Ho-bo stew, cabbage slaw, cheese the four games was Peak's Temko
wedge, apple crisp, white bread Station.
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Bob Sikes Foundation Is Formed

Formation of the Bob Sikes Foun- Other long-range goals of the
nation was announced today by Pre- Foundation include establishing
sident James W. Lee of Crestview. political science scholarships in
S-.., Sikes' name at institutions of high-
"The Foundation has been esta- er learning throughout the First
blished for perpetuating and pre- District.
serving the deeds of Congressman
Bob Sikes for future generations." "Bob Sikes has worked long and
Lee said. hard for Northwest Florida and we
"The Foundation, which will so- feel it is time he be given some per-
licit contributions throughout Sikes' manent recognition" said Lee. t is
First Congressional District, has in for this purpose that the Founda-
I tion was formed by a group of Con-
mind constructing a library to gressman Sikes close friends. Lee W OOD
house Sikes' papers and other per- pointed out that Sikes has served OF
sonal effects," Lee said. longer than anyone in the history
____-- -- of Florida. L
the Shirt and Trophy Center and Contributions may be sent to the 1 F l
swiped three games. .Ralph Ward Bb Sikes Foundation, P. 0. Box O
led Campbell's with a 544 series F a P
and R. Richardson added a 505 1027, Crestview, Florida. The non- TO
series. Tal Preston was the big profit foundation is tax exempt and
gun for the Shirt and Trophy Cen- all contributions are tax deductible, O u \
ter with his fine 574 series. 0. D. Lee explained.
Strickland added a 528 series.
Standings W L In addition to Lee, a former c. .
Rich's IGA 272 4Y2 State Road Board Member, other .."
Shirt and Trophy .. ------_ 21 11 Officials are, Leroy C. Simnpler,
Costin's 18 14 Vice President of Milton, H. V. An-
SJPC Millwrights ------17Y2 14Y2 derson, Treasurer of Fort Walton
Campbell's Drugs ------ 15 17 erson
Team No. 6 __- ___--14% 17% Beach, Mike Darley, Secretary of FLORIDA F
St. Joe Lanes---------- 9 23 Panama City and Leo C. Jones, At-
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Apalachicola River

Free of Harmful De|

cola River fish were declared to
be perfectly: harmless for human
consumption in a hearing held
at the old .Gulf County Court-
house in Wewahitchka Monday
afternoon. The hearing, conduct-
ed by Rep. Joe Chapman, chair-
man of a Legislative sub-commit-
tee on 'air and water pollution
for 'this area. .heard expert testi-
mony that DDT contained in the
river fish was not harmful to
The bearing was conducted by
Chapman because of an article
in "Sports Afield" which tabbed
the Apalachicola River as one of
several in theoU. S. where DDT
. residues were, found in harmful
amounts in fish.
The Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission took
samples of fish from the river

SToo Late 1
h by RUSSE

Life, be it animal, vegetable
or mineral, is as mysterious and
little understood today as it was
centuries ago. We have advanced
in science and .technology to a
point where we have put men on
the moon and developed mech-
amcal machines capable of an-
swering all of our questions at
the push of' a' button. But we
.still flounder inignorance as far
as life itself is:concerned.
Mentally, I have consistently
refused to go down the-line-with
accepted beliefs and have always,
contended that "What we don't
know" can hurt-us. Despite all
of our so-called scientific pro-
gress, it seems to me we have
only succeeded in destroying all
the blessings and advantages' that
God gave us. We have destroyed
our resources, polluted our
waters, littered our nest and
reached a point where we live
in utter fear of the future. Our
boasted knowledge and intelli-
gence have brought us to the
brink of destruction.
We listen timidly to the sug-
gestion that "God is Dead'" We
reject the thought that a Su-
preme Being might have some-
thing to do with our welfare. We
outlaw prayer and religion in,
our schools, and denounce any-
thing spiritual as nonsense.
In the meantime, those scarch-
ing for truth as to life and it's
real meaning, leaving the beaten
path, have found that all life is
relative. Plants, animals and hu-
mans it seems are controlled by,
the same universal laws and all

Court Deciding Fate of Pitts and Lee

Motions to free Wilbert Lee death row for & he kElling f of IPort St. Joe in 1963, were peal was dismissed because Attor- He said the rIosecution has
and Freddie iMee Pitts, now on Grover Floyd and Jesse Bnrkett heard Tuesday by the First Dis- ney General Earl Faircloth had completely ignoird a confession ,
trit C'ourt of Appeals. The court not filed it. Faircloth was not signed by urti Adams stating
took under advisement motions present at the hearings, even that he killed Burkett and Floyd.
to dismiss an appeal of the Ap- though he had been requested to it was this confession thatnvt
fci-- .... ni^^lri reversal of Pitts' and Lee's be there by Jones. prompted the pril hearing be-
F re s t murder conviction and togrant Jones asked the court to do fore Judge holey. A
bH one of three things. h The decision of the Appeals
atregeaianle attorneys Phillip Hub-
O-- -._S *'appeal for Pitts and Lee. to appear or withdraw and fin- er e.

Nisent orans. It ka ctoct o y E e trn April of this year, Circuit ally Jones said he thought the
long orsg I job. Whe one of these u" --- ; : ,d'ge Charles Holley of St. Pet- attorney general had acquiesed -
lgn substap. attck, the body ; by CHARLES REEVES ersburg overturned the 1963 in the action by not filing an PIN ES
all its own. Chemicals in the dis- County Forester death sentence on grounds evi- action to it r not withdrawing.Stand all
tely to repair the brk. Often dence against the tw&bwas with- Jones charged that Faircloth ? Stand Tall
chemicals from other pats Lof the held. olley left open the possi- had "sat on his hands and done n Florida'
happens a hemical Imbalance or edition the ovenor declare ability that Gulf County authori- nothing". \
examines a te th Woodsburning maliious r ditins the Governor may declare ies could ery Pitts and Lee on Block argued that the evidence I Future.
cals involved. He may feel t nec. careldss- is a seriousmatter. The a state of forest fire emergency in he murder arge. against Pits and Lee is based onre
your system hi der to defeat law relating to woods arson cannot a specified county or other defined n muer anrge. e
escription By ll dlagnoss he be ignored. area. In such case, all outdoor burn Leo Jones, 'assistant state attor- the te-timony of a witness uho -
licals willdo the most.~ood. .Therivision of Forestry has the ing of any kind is prohibited in the ney for Gulf County. told the testified under hypnosis that she FOR SALE: 500 t packages. 8
ti or better equiped to handle duty Ald authority to enforce the affected'area. three-judge -panel that there saw them kill the two men on 11 newspri $1.00. The Star,
medication. Others need more .forest fre laws of the state. Care- But normally, anyone who burns 'could be no pew trial if the ap- August 1, 1963.- 306 Williams --. 1
n Is different, That Is why you ;le)s volators may expect proseci. another's land. allows a flre to es-
prescription Sorallow someone tion to be governed by the "'extent cape, burns during a declared emer-
of the aggravation." agency, 6r fails to observe legal pro-
Hand-nosed incendiarists,- many- cedures for burning land may be, la s .1 4 d s
eutical standards, low prices of whom are ip prison -r- under- subject to the following maximum SU SIic l e
nd the personal attention you stand that the gathering Of proper penalties: -for a willful br inten-
bring your prescriptions to evidence leads to arraignment, be- tional violation (a felony) a fine up ,
fore legal authority and full pro- to $1,000 or imprisonment up- to : ..
)PHARMACY secutiop under the"law. three years, or both: -; -for a ..
;Florida law provides a maximum careless violatio i (a misdemeanor) v e r y b o d y iea s
penalty of five years in the state a fine up to $200 or three months' --
prison for anyone convicted of i. imprisonment, or both.
fUg Sto e fully and maliciouslyburning stand Anyone wo throws or drops a FOR SALE: Largehome onMarvin FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet withEXPERIENCED 'secretary / book-
Sing trees, timber, lumber, and fen- cigarette or other substance which Avenue,, with many nice features. standard.shift. 3 year old motor. keeper wants part 4time-or full
Phone 227-3371 ces or gates can cause a fire, or leaves a camp Can be seen by appointment. Ph.,! Inspection passed. $125.00. See at time employment. Telephone 220-
phone227r227-8581. tfe-a1-6 401 Madison St., Oak Grove. Itp 5606. 2tp-11-6
Plenty of ree Parkin Anyone convicted of malicious. fire burning, may also be subject to 7-8581. fc 401 Madison St., Oak Grove tp5606. 2p-
woodsburning or illegal possession' prosecution. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. New FOR SALE: AKC registered Dach- PHOTOGRAPHS appearing in The
S" of an incendiary device can be- screened in back porch, new roof.I shunds, black and tan. 2 males Star, 8x10, $1.50; 5x7, $1.00. The
sentenced to imprisonment for a Separate 12X12 utility house. Very and female. 11 weeks old. Betty ar, 227-3161.
FissDclred'perioncd nT exceedingfivei years. k Wnf Again reasonably priced. Can be finan- McNeill, Phone 227-8781. tfc-11-6
Fish Declared Malicious woodsburning is a 639-2790, Wewa. tfc-9-F Interior-Exterior
felony. Malicious burning of lands (Continued Fro' Paoe trailer and 9 I hp Evinrude mneriorpetrb- ior
sosits of DDT is defined as burntng with the in- iod when Perry Atkison inter- HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 bedrooms, tor. Alsocast netsJ. R.vens, 121 General Carpentry and
posits of DDT tent to damage or destroy property cepted an Apalachicola pass and 1019 Long Ave. Seen by appoint- tfc 0-30 WILLIAM H.EMILY & SON
S of another because of spite, malice, ran to the Chapman 18 yard line. ment. Call 229-6287. tfc-10-23 W SN
from the Alabama state line to or hoe of material gain. Dennis Atchison took a decep- __ 3. FOR SALE: New Smith-Corona Cor- FREE E .TIMATES .
r o the.Alabamaf ..t' ...hop'eofmateria. ..FORS SLE:3bedroom house with sair portable typewriter, blue. Phone 648o-717 Mexico Beach
the Gulf of Mexico. Inaddition,to possible fines and tive hand-off from Roberts and carport and utility room Locat- $56.5. T co B.each
Offrin ...h..... /i':fmtin f imprisonment for intentionally or ran for the touchdown. ed on Hunter Circle. Call 229-6193. F 0 T Str.30---.-6h ---A..
Offering technical pformation carelessly starting a wild fire, the The entire Shark defensive 2tp-10.30 NEW SANITONE Hearing Aid. FOR SALE: Fire wood. Phone 227-
at the hearing was JoeBlanchar, peron responsible may be charged squad played their usual tough 'FOR RENT: Two bed Greatly reduced. P. Lov10t23. 2t
regional fish biologist forthe with the costs, of putting out the' game, but statistics gave Billy FOR t attracti bvelyroom arnishedar- 226 6th St 4tp1023
game mmiiin and. Dr "A f e costs o p u ne arne, u aTVScR ave myai
gRogersc diton aof rth 'Wet fire. Charges may 'be collected Glenn Harper, Arthur Shackle- 216% Sixth Street. Call 229-4171 tf GOOD SELECTION or used TV's. HEATH RADIO and
Rogers, director o "e en 'whether or not, there is a criminal ford, Adrian Gant and Charles Gi- R I Arnold's Furniture & TV. 323 TV SERVICE
Florida Research Laboratory in Iosecution as a result of the fire. vens the performance edge. FOR RENT Large two bedroom Reid Ave. tfc Phone 229-6294
Panama City. furnished waterfront home. Lo- 4t Oak Grove 2-1
The experts testi th person who sets fire on anot- Dennis Atchison sparkled in cated at St. Joe Beach. Rent by the IF' YOU LIVE on the beach you, T All .ork guaranteed
The experts testiihe that they. her person's land or lets a fire es- the offense gaining.74 yardsand week. Ph. 229-1143, tfc-6-28 should see our arbovitaes, p.racan
hadexamned the situation se cape from his own propertyto an- running for .two touchdowns. O-R N---w ...om se lro ;a.o.tu .\ rauanc a
enough to tell that there's abso ? h ,^ w to an __ .... .. ; .w s. pR RE-NT: One andt two bedroom, ta, lgut-umandF-paRs. :Oetumdts ,.,ro,- ,i RV _,_ i.n---
enoug to tell that there's aso- other person's land may be sued Buddy Boyette made the passing furnished apartments. Call 22 9- Nursery, 1017 Woodward Ave. CO iE BY and look at our nice ca-
lutely no danger in eating fisn .for all dainags caused by the fire. gamego with his'-eceptidns and f ar m Cal meNlias. V'ittum s Nursery, 1017'
caught in the river.', under extremely hazardous con- did some superb- blocking along tf-26 TREE SERVICE: Trees taken downiWoodward Ave.
Blanchard said that concentra- with Mike Wimberly, making a FOR RENT: Warehouse space and and removed or trimmed. Call ,. .d .
tions of DDT in the fish amount- dances set for human consuinp- clean field for Shark runners. storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co. 653-8772 or 6536343, Apalacho a WElI n stron
ed to .33 parts per million parts tion are set at about '100 times THE YARDSTICK Phone 227-4271. e y rf experience. Call J. Lv
of fish. Tolerance levels set by lower than the danger limit to Apalach PSJ iFoR kENY: Furnisnea two Dea- FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control Temrlle 2296167, 1302 Palm Blvd.
the food and drug administratiossiblit of con. First downs 6 12 roombeach cottages at StJoe cosmetcs.Ca Mabel axley SK BOUT ur boood and ar-
is five parts per million. a... ."mination Rushing yardage 70 175 Beach. Reasonable monthly rates. 229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave. ASK .4,vUT ur boxwood and gar-
Rogers said that the human The specific sourc of the DDT Passing yardage 23 74 Call 227-3291 or 227-8496. tfc-7-31 FOR SALE: 1950 model 8'x28' mo- ed op. ttum'nur-
body contains 12 parts per mil- was not named during the hear- Passes 10-1-3 105-0 FOR RENT: One and two bedroom bil home. Furnished, air con Ave.
lion of DDT. "Punts 6-29 4-25 .ttactvely furnisad rt tioned.. Ideal for camper trailer.
Rogers pointed out that toler- n -_ Fumbles lost 4 3 winter. Gas 'heat, dowfans, 229-2273. tfc-11-6 FOR
S" Yards penalized 20 107 They ist be seen to re LOST: Male blackcat warin AMBULANCE SERVICE
S* iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK hineston Male collarck Answersing to AMBULANCE SERVICE
Harry Brewton In Tomorrow night, the Sharks INGSPACE Phone 229-240, name of "Midnight" Lost at St In Wewahitchka ad
trav eito TaaIhasseeoto a a LodgePApartmentsrkandyTraolerJ each. If found call 648-4935,
W h r vel, oTle-ssl.lya ParkWite C i tfc-8-14 E Downs. R Port St. Joe
winless Godby High School.
S Journalism Group FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom house WE HAVEfig trees, pears and CALL
at St. Joe Beach, $60.00 per mo
S C classify GANESVL Harry Brewton Unfurnished. Phone 648-3842. citrus trees. Vittum's Nursery, Comforter Funeral Home
LL KAY GAINESVtLLE-Harry Brewton, JunirMis FORRENT: 2 bedroom. apartment. 1017 Woodward Ave. 227-3511
SJr., of Port St. Joewas one of 19 510 8th St. Also 2 bedroom du- MISSING: 2 wheel utility trailer, 227-3511
students and two professionals who fContinued From Page I) plex apartment at 28th St., Mexico If borrowed please, return or con- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
were initiated into Sigma Delta Chi shares in the $42,000 America's Beach. Call Jean Arnold 648-4800 tact Carl L. Williamson. 229-2601 I Buford Griffin. Phone 229-237
have feelings, reactions and are journalism societies during cere- Junior Miss Scholarship Fund. t 9 REDUCE. safe and fast with Go- oi 229-3097.
interrelated with each other. momes at the University of Flor- .National sponsors of the Amer- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, house at bese tablets and E-Vap "water -
A man was arrested not long ida last Friday. ica's Junior liss Pageant, Inc.,at Joe Beach. furnished. App p-ill AMPBELL DRUG. E14-11-6
ago for talking to trees, but William B. Arthur, national SDX are John Breck Inc., Chevro- Smiths PPEP UP with Zippies "Energy pills' C P. Eterege
trees probably know more about resident, conducted the initiation let Motor Division, Eastman Ko- FOR SALE: 196960x12 3 bedroom non habit-forming. Only $1.98. 518 Third Street
life and its purposes than does in the Reitz Union Ballroom as a dak Company and Kraft Foods. isha eFu amo mt b CA1nIPBI'S RUG. _6t-1-6 .t S. Joe. Pla.
any human.A woman was sent cimax to "Journaism Day" spon- Unfurnished. Full amount can'be
any human. A woman was sent climax to "Journalism Day" spona fi-nanced. Call 648-3266. tfc-10-2 REMOVE ~XCESS body fluid With Plumbing and
to an asylumm for talking to in- scored by the College of Journalism'- _.I' FLUIDEX tablets, ohly $1.69 at
sects. But insects undoubtedly and Communications/ and the New and Used YOU SHOULD SEE our pettispor- your drug store. 4t-10-16 Electrical Contractor
know more about life and its pur Gainesville Su um. Vttums Nursery, 101NOW OPEN The Cottage Shoppe Call 2294986 for Free Estimat
know more about life and its puo. To be initiated into the Univer- DAVID Woodward Ave at Beacn Hill Beach, Hiway 98
sity SDX chapter, a student must at Overstreet Road: Gifts, small R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Those venturesome enough to be at least sophomore in good TRACTORS FOR SALE: Size 18% new coat. appliances, woolen yard goods and Joseph Chapter No.56, R.A.M.
investigate the realm of the un- academic standing interested in a gRCranberry' plaid with 'White fur knitting yarns. All at discount pri- 1st- and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
known have found that trees, news and editorial career. FARM EQUIPMENT Ave. :2t-10-30 re. Knitting instructinsfe-1023 ROY B H. P
grass, flowers and other plants an. PARTS I ---- WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
have feelings and intelligence, .and PARTS Our Numbe Has Been Changed Y r SHERWN-WILLIMS S V WAT 16

mayobite, sting and kill bmt they V "oplete Upholstery Service ing second abd fourth Tuesdam
are only.'performing in accor- i em ng & Every Time" yous nights, 8:00 p.nt. American Legio,
dance With God's will and, if on t a Grrimso plea Home.
mankind would make a sincere IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 785-1832 Panama City Phone 229-6326 THERE WILL BE a regular conm
effort to understand and live COURT IN AND FOR GULF I C O VE \ munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
with them would harm no one. P ,RFEORIDA. FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call EARTH, No. 111, F. &- A M., every first
It has been proven that plants IN RE: Estate of, Emory Stephens. Free estimate. Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
blessed daily live and- prosper WILLIE LYMAN DURANT,- LAY AWAY Guarantee on labor and materials.
while those cursed and denounc- Deceased. .- AWAI Low down payment. Phone 227- 6
ed wither and die. A recent arti- NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER 7972. tfc HURLBUT FURNITURE
Ucle in FATE Magazine reports an NNECESSARY WANTED: Good used chain saw. 306 Reid Ave. R. H. SEWELL, Sr., W.M.
experiment with plants that indi- All persons having claims or de- uui, ,la u. Call 229-1993. tfc-8-14 BILLY JOE RICH, Sr., Sec.

cates they have feeling and me-
mory and when brutal treatment
affects them, or any other form
of life, they are very distrubed.
The nervous system of plants,
insects and animals can be re-
corded as to reaction by electron-
ic checks and we find that all life
is interrelated. Kill an animal in
front of a plant and it shudders
and suffers.
Shouldn't we leave the ortho-
dox scientific pattern and seek
knowledge in fields we have long
neglected and accepted as non-

mands against the estate of WTIL-
LIE LYMAN DURANT,-the -above
named deceased, are hereby noti-
fied that.an order of administration
unnecessary has been entered by
the Honorable S. P. Husband, Coun-
ty Judge; that the total cash value
of said estate is less than Five
Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), ex-
clusive of property exempt under
the Constitution and. Statutes of the
State of Florida; and that the name
and address of the person to whom
said estate has been assigned by-
such order is as follows: Helen Liv-
ingston Durant c/o William J. i'ish,
Attorney at Law, 303 Fourth :Street,
Port St. Joe,-Florida.
/s/ S. P. HUSBAND, 1
4t County Judge 11-6

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