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"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolc-Chattahoochee Val!ev"
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1969 NUMBER 10
Parade Set for
Two Engineer Firms Hired
To Design City Sewer Plant
Homecoming celebration for
Port St. Joe High School will get
undertay tomorrow afternoon at
4:00 p.m. with 'the traditional
Homecoming parade in down-.
town Port St. Joe. Schbol will-
dismiss tomorrow afternoon at
The parade will be led by the
High 'School hand and will fea-
* ture floats built 'by various school
clubs and classes. The Homecom-
ing Queen candidates and a new
organization, the Sharkettes, will
also partrcipate-in the parade fes-
tivities. Floats will be judged
and awarded 'first, second and
'third -place prizes.
Later in the evening, a pre-
game show will begin at 7:30
p:m. in the football stadium fea-
tu ringthe Sharkettes presenting
a routine accompanied by the
^ ^ *
At kick-off time, -#00 p.m., the
Port St. Joe Sharks, Who art ;the
sixth ranked class team in
the state this 'week, will; -put
their unbeaten record :and' the
Gulf Coast Conferened champion-
ship on the Tine against strong,
once-defeated, Wakulla Hi'g h
During the half time festivi-
ties, the Homecoming Queen will
be crowned. Queenl candidates
are Barbara Branch., Marion
Britt, Laura Guilford, Kay Hol-
land, Judy 'Moore, Donna Par-
ker, Nancy Richards, Brenda
Wall and Pam Wilson. The
Queen candidates were select-
ed by the student body. The stu-
dents have cast their ballots for
the Queen, 'but the decision will
not be announced until half
time tomorrow iight.
Sharks Bomb Godby
Cougars for Eighth Win
Port St. Joe's usually tough de-
fense came to the front again
Friday night in Tallahassee, pick-
ing off three Godby passes and
handing them to the offense to
With Port St. Joe's running
threat, Norris Langston, out with
a dislocated elbow, Charles Giv-
ens and' Charles Smith were
called iin to do a wery fine job
.of helping fDennis Atchison and
Arthur Shackleford as the Sharks
put together a 32-0 victory for
their eighth win df -the season.
The first quarter of the game
appeared .as if Ithe Sharks were
in effect, giving the Godby team
a head start, as nothing much
happened for the full 12 minutes
except several completions of
Cougar aerials. The 'Sharks did
keep the *Godby team far enough
away from the Sgoas so they
couldn't score, but everything
.else was just "going through the
Just as 'the first quarter end-
ed, defensive back George Wil-
liams must have decided, "Well,
Cheerleaders Sell Corsages
The Va uity Cheerleaders -of
Port St. Joe High School will sell
corsages Friday night at the
Homecoming football game. The
corsages will sell for $2.00 and
everyone is urged to purchase
enough of this, it's time' to go",
so he reached up, drug in a long
Godby pass.and ran the ball 60
yards to the Cougar 30. As the
second period opened, Roberts
squirmed through the middle for
12 yards and a first down. Den-
nis Atchison reeled off one of
his many fine runs for the night
and set the ball down on the
four yard line. Atchison bulled
for one more yard and then car-
ried the ball over for the first
Shark TD of The night.
Charles Smith played one of
his better games Friday night,
pulling in one pass interception
and running with the ball for the
first time this season.
On the first series of downs by
Godby after the Shark score,
Smith intercepted a long James
Allen pass on the Shark 40 and
brought it back to mid-field. Two
pass plays, from Atchison to Boy-
ette and from Roberts to Boyette
in the end zone, .and the Sharks
had their second TD. Charles
Smith ran over for the two
With only 46 seconds left in,
the first half, Charles Smith
tucked the ball under his arm
and wiggled through five yards
of Cougar country for the score.
In the second period, the
Sharks had built up a 20-0 lead
to celebrate with at half time.
The third period was much like
the first, with the ball going up
(Continued On Page 7)
Miss Laura Guilford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Guil-
ford was chosen Port St. Joe's Junior Miss for 1970 in the City's
first Junior Miss pageant, held in the Centennial Building Sat-
A packed house witnessed the nine young ladies present their
talent and beauty in a contest conducted by the Jaycees and Jay-
cettes. The Junior Miss program is a nation-wide project of the
Selected by the panel of five judges as first runner-up in the
pageant, was Miss Kay Holland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Holland. Second runner-up was Miss Pam Wilson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson. All three winners ,are seniors at
Port St. Joe High School.
Miss Guilford will go to Pensac'ola in February to represent
Port St. Joe in the state competition.
The City Commission met in a
special session Tuesday night and
agreed to hire two engineering
firms to design and supervise
construction of the City's new
sewage disposal plant.
The Board hired the David B.
Smith firm of Gainesville to de-
sign the system and Register and
Cummings of Jacksonville to do
local supervision and work with
the Smith firm in the construc-
tion. Register and Cummings has
a representative here in Port St.
The new disposal plant will
be quite an undertaking since it
will be a system that will dis-
pose of all wastes for the Port
St. Joe area, industrial and resi-
dential. This will be one of the
first industrial-residential dispo-
sal systems to be built in the
State of Florida.
The City and local industry,. as
well as most cities and industry
in the State, has been given un-
til 1971 to have something under-
way in a move to remove pollu-
tion from Florida streams and
The City plans to construct
the system and charge industry
for its use on a flow volume ba-
Country Club Makes
St. Joseph Country Club offi-
cers met with leaders of North
'Port St. Joe Monday afternoon to
stress the need for membership
in the Country Club and again
reiterate the fact that the mem-
bership was open to everyone in
the Port St. Joe area.
In pointing out the need for
more members, Charles Brock,
Country Club president stressed
the fact that the Club would be
a private club, in that. only paid
up members and their guests
would be eligible to use the fa-
cilities. Brock went on to state
that the membership was open
to everyone, regardless of race,
color or creed.
Brock said, "Perhaps there has
been some mis-understanding by
the use of this word 'private', but
the word refers to members only
-and not to exclude any particu-
lar group from joining".
sis. Since industry in Port St.
Joe has about 90 parts of waste
to 10 for residential, industry
will be paying for the lion's
share of: the 'disposal. system.
Some engineering work has al-
ready been accomplished, mostly
by local industry, primarily to
research the idea to see if the
industrial and residential wastes
can be treated in the same plant
and in what manner.
Port: St. Joe's chapter of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, con-
ducted brief memorial services
Tuesday in Gulf County ceme-
teries, where veterans, killed in
combat, are buried.
Short services were conducted
at Holly Hill and Forest Park
cemeteries in Port St. Joe and
at Kemp Cemetery near Wewa-
Participating in the services
were Marvin Shimfessel, Com-
mander of the Post; Leo Kenne-
dy, Post Chaplain; Rev. Charles
P. Price, Kenneth Creech, Rev.
William N. Stephens, Rev. Claude
E. McGill and W. P. Comforter.
Garden Club Will
Serve Spaghetti Friday
Members of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club will be serving a
spaghetti supper proceeding the
Homecoming football game to-
The supper will be served in
the High School Cafeteria begin-
ning at 6:00 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased from
club members for $1.25.
Highland View PTA
Meets Monday Night
The Highland View PTA will
meet Monday evening at 7:30
p.m. in the Highland View Ele-
mentary School auditorium.
All parents and niembers are
urged to be present.
New Facility Will Serve Both
Industrial and Residential Needs
County, Makes Purchase of
Trucks and 2-Way Radios
Bids were, accepted by the
Gulf County Commission Monday
for the purchase of a dump truck,
two pick-up trucks 'and radio
equipment for the road and Mos-
quito Control departments.
St. Joe Motor Company was
given the purchase order for the
three trucks. St. Joe Motor bid
a total of $240.00 higher on the
entire order than did Tommy
Thomas Chevrolet of Panama
City, but Commissioner James
McDaniel moved that the bid be
given to St. Joe Motor, "because
we'll spend more than that tak-
F ing the trucks to Panama .City
and back for warranty work."
F he Board agreed with McDaniell
t and agreed to purchase the
trucks from St. Joe Motor for a
Total of $9,485.46.
Motorola Corporation was the
successful and the only bidder
for a radio system for Gulf Coun-
ty's Mosquito and Road Depart-
ments. Both departments will op-
erate off the same system. The
bid price was $5,432.00 for the
base station, antenna, truck
units and installation.
After considerable discussion
it was agreed that the system
would be based in Port St. Joe
where it could be utilized by
Civil Defense in times of emer-
A delegation from St. Joe
Beach consisting of Otto Collins-
worth, Jimmy Barfield, Irving
Scoville and Ernst Seiler appear.,
ed before the Board again pro-
testing drain work on the Beach
they contended would drain Ken-
The group asked the County to
ask that all work by the SRD now
in progress be stopped and a
study of the situation be made.
The County agreed td this re-
The group wants a system in-
stalled which will carry off lake
water only when it reaches a
. certain height and drained to an
existing drain rather than down
the side of the road.
Frank Graddy, the County's
insurance controller presented
three liability insurance plans to
the Board for study. A new law
makes the County eligible for
suit, and they plan to irnsure
against any possible claim. for
damages which might arise.
Two Brush Fires
Call Out Firemen
Two brush fires sounded the
- City's fire alarm this week. The
first alarm was caused by a
small brush fire near Ward Ridge
Tuesday afternoon about 4:00
p.m. The second alarm, at about
9:20 Tuesday night, was sounded
by a small grass fire on Avenue
The Port St.,Joe City Commis-
. sion will meet on Monday of next
week rather than Tuesday as
normally scheduled. The change
was made due to a conference
scheduled Tuesday night con-
cerning Civil Defense prepared-
ness, which will be conducted in
Port St. Joe.
The C. D. program will be con-
ducted. by Florida State Univer-
sity for City and County govern-
Attempt Being Made
To Form Cage League
An attempt will be made Mon-
day afternoon at 5:00 p.m. to
form a city basketball league.
Those interested should meet
in the Port St. Joe High School
gym or send word that you are
The only requirements are that
applicants must be out of high
school, interested in playing and
willing to devote two nights a
week to the league.
Bill Norris, right, presents a certificate of
appreciation to Wesley R. Ramsey, editor of The
Star, presented by the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
in appreciation for the services the newspaper
has offered to the community throughout the
years. The presentation was made last Tuesday
at a meeting of the Kiwanis Club. Norris is sec-
retary of the local service club. -Star photo
Host Area Officials
The Gulf County Commission.
was host Monday for a demon-
stration of a new road building.
material by a representative 'of
the Golden Bear Oil Co., of Cali-
fornia. The new material is said
to be capable of cutting the cost
of road building in half.
About 50 area city and county
officials were in attendance at
the presentation held at the Gulf
County Courthouse. The officials
were shown a slide presentation
and an application of the mater-
ial on a stretch of paving.
The Gulf Commission hosted
the' visitors to a seafood supper.
Charles Bond Will
Speak to PTA Tonight
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA will meet tonight at
8:00 p.m. Teachers will have
their annual open house in line
with observing the American Ed-
Charlie Bond, assistant to the
president of Gulf Coast Junior
College will be the guest speak-
er. Mr. Bond's topic will be 'Par-
ent Teacher Responsibility".
The winning room will be an-
nounced for the membership
prize and a brief discussion held
concerning the recent carnival.
W. W. Barrier, Jr., president,
will preside at the meeting.
Band Entering March
The Port St. Joe High School
Band will go to Tallahassee Sat-
urday to participate in the march-
ing phase of the state contest,
according to bandmaster, James
The band will march at Capi-
tal Stadium at 3:00 p.m.
A practice session for the con-
test was held Tuesday night with
several band parents honoring
the band members with a sup-
per following the practice ses-
Star Recognized for Service
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1969
Since the Postmaster says it is now time to mail those
Christmas gifts to servicemen overseas we thought this
letter to Santa Claus we read the other day would be ap-
propriate for this spot at this time.
The letter appeared in the Zanesville (Ohio) Times Re-
corder and was written by a GI in Vietnam and appeared
in one of our "exchanges" recently:
"I'm sending my letter early just in case I'm not
around at Christmastime.
"This year I ask only one present. Since there
is no snow here in South Vietnam, you can't land, so
just wrap it. rm sure the postal service will take care
"Santa, can you imagine the joy on my face when
I open your gift and find the one thing I want most
in the world-an anti-Vietnam war demonstrator!
"At least I'll have something all mine, to share my
excitement and experiences with, and Santa, I promise
I'll take special care of him.
Good Driving Rule
Since the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year
holidays are but a' few days away, and since this is evi-
dently "guest editorial week", we would also like to offer
this piece of good, sound advice, found in a Port St. Joe
"In 1968 more than 55,000 Americans died as a
result of automobile accidents. Almost four and one-
half million were' injured. And these grim statistics
can only suggest what the total cost of these acci-
dents Was-in dollars and, cents, in mental anguish
and physical suffering, and in lifelong disabilities.
"Young people who are greatly concerned over
the tragedy of Vietnam and the lengthening list of
casualties there need to be reminded that traffic safety
is a cause in which they could render much useful
served to humanity. And it is a particularly approp-
riate cause for them to adopt, because one-third of
the drivers involved in fatal accidents were under
"I'll give him a haircut, but I can't promise to
keep him clean, because baths are pretty scarce over
here. Besides, dirt seems to be a prerequisite for pro-
testors, so he should feel at home.
"I'll share my bunk with him, and my incredible
food. I'll share the diseases and the impossible jungle
heat with him. I'll even share the heartbreak of see-
ing my buddies blown apart.
"I'll share the misery of trying to identify, the
mutilated and tortured bodies that the Cong leave be-
hind. I'll let him sit beside me for hours, waist deep
in mud and water filled foxholes; I promise to
give him his own way as long as he lives. Of course
that won't be long if he insists on saying the things
he says back in the States. Since he likes to protest
so much, the next time one of our patrols is attacked
by the Cong, I'll even let him run to the front, to tell
them how he loves them and wants to help them.
"Now you've been so kind, Santa, I'm going to
end this letter with a New Year's request. Do you
think' you could send all my buddies a demonstrator
of their very own?"
twenty-five, though only one-fifth of the nation's dri-
vers are below that age.
"What really hurts i the staggering statistic that
more than half of all the accidents and deaths involved
drivers who had been drinking. If the Church wants
to launch a campaign, it might well turn its attention
to the ugly business of mixing alcohol and gasoline
which often produces a horrible holocaust.
"We do not suggest a return to prohibition, if for
no other reason than that it seems impossible to rally
enough Americans to support it. But we do say, and
encourage every other American to say, that we can-
not tolerate the idea that men can drink and drive.
Let the rule of the highway be: 'If you drink, doh't
This article obviously wasn't written with a holi-
day emphasis, but with the holiday travel season upon us,
we thought it timely and appropriate.
Dodson, Sr., President, Floir
First National Band at Port
Joe, has been elected a Direct
At-large of the Florida Forest
Association during their rece
Annual Convention in Tallahass
Dodson joins 38 other indust
leaders as Florida Forestry
sociation Directors who offer thi
counsel and advise in planni
new Association activities a
courses of action.
As the central statewide spok
man for Forestry, Florida's "eco
largest industry, the Florida Fc
estry Association acts on behalf
the more than 100,000 individual
who are involved in the forest
dustry. The Association conduit
a full time Information and Ed
cation service for the general pu
lic, state government officials, a
forest industry executives frc
their Tallahassee' headquarters.
Primarily, Association activity
center around Legfslative hctioi
pursuit of equitable taxation, Me:
Sership expansion, Public Relatior
conservation, Education, Researc
Recreation and Wildlife protection
In announcing the election
sults, Executive Director Wr
Carroll Lamb stated, "Key indi
duals like Mr. Walter Dodson w
supply the initiative and stabili
needed to launch our new pr
grams and policies for the Seve
Madoet investnients vit
Reports coming from the
Florida Gold Coast indicate
that Florida sunshine and de-
lightful climate seems to be at-
tracting some unusual new set-
tlers who are causing local re-
sidents considerable anxiety.
First came a mysterious in-
vasion of poisonous toads, fol-
lowed by the arrival of giant
'snails that have been swarming
over the area eating everything
in sight including the paint from
"houses and forgetting to pick up
The toads are believed to have
come from Cuba while the nails
are natives of Africa. It seems
that both pests are not concerned
with the population explosion
and breed so fast that an at-
tempt to destroy them becomes
a difficult task.
We thought we had had it
when invaded by the well publi-
cised walking catfish, but the
new invaders have taken the
headlines and pushed the cat-
,fish to small items in the back
of the paper. Other unpopular
emigrants that have cost us mil-
lions with little success as far
as eradication is concerned are
water-hyacinths and armadillos,
to say nothing of fire-ants and
At the turn of the century a
chap named Charles Fort, in-
dulging a hobby,'started collect-
ing news items of'strange, wiered
and unusual occurances, from
which he compiled a number of
carefully documented books de-
scribing them. The announce-
ment of our toad and snail inva-
sion, recalled to mind that Fort
had told jn his books of simi-
lar invasions in other parts of
In Chapter 7 of his book, "Lo",
Fort tells of an invasion of giant
snails in Kalutara, Ceylon, de-
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESUEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
r POSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
SPoOr ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Jo0,
Florida, under Aet of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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 ADVERTISERS--In case of error or ommissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage ftirther than amount received for such
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoghtfully
meb hed: The spokn word hbrely asert; the p ein d word thorough oon-
vioces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word ressih.
scribed in a news article in the
Ceylon Observer in 1911.
Quoting from the Observer:
"An invasion of big African
snails suddenly appeared in the
district of Kalutara, Ceylon.
Shells of the largest were six
inches long. One of them weighed
three-quarters of a pound. Mil-
lions of them appeared, seeming-
ly from nowhere. They ate all
types of vegetation, even trees."
Fort also records documented
record of infestation of frogs
in a number of areas through-
out the world for which there
was no intelligent explanation.
Some claim they fell from ithe
sky. Others contended their
spoor was already on the earth
and heavy rains caused them to
Realizing that such reports
conflict with the reasoning of
the orthodox mind, I am not in-
clined to express a personal opin-
ion. But in view of the amazing
number of strange and unex-
plained happenings throughout
the world, past and present, I
report them subject to further
research on the part of those in-
All I can say is that there is
a lot we don't know about. And
that goes for scientists as well
as laymen. If you want to con-
fuse your mind further I suggest
you go to your library and check
the writings of Charles Fort.
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ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
rda by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
ent We greatly appreciate what the United States Government is'1
ee. going to do. tomorrow shoot off a rocket just before noon, send-
ing men on their way to the Moon to kick off Port St. Joe's home-
try coming activities.
eir We really didn't think the Government realized we were so
ng deserving of such notice, but it is satisfying to know that we are
nd not going unnoticed.
'What with the great strides of progress Gulf County schools
es- are making these days both academically and in the sports field
nd it is only fitting that such notice be given our accomplishments.
or- Thank you, NASA, we will keep on trying to live up to your
of notice of our accomplishments.
cts Most of us are quick to notice anything we think is wrong, but
lu- like the man who bites the dust in the Westerns, we are sort of slow
ub- on the draw when the need arises for us to do a little praising.
om Last week, on this page, we had to toss a few brickbats at a
few of the young people for messing up everything in sight with
their '"70 Senior" signs. We thought the brickbats were deserving
ies at ,the time.
m- This week it is our pleasure to throw some roses at a great
ns, number of kids who decided on their own to clean up some of
h, the mess made with the spray paint cans. It wasn't.the prodding *
)n. of this newspaper that caused their citizenship to shine, either.
A clean-up move had started even before the paper went into the
re- mails last week. We learned about it Wednesday afternoon, and
m. were very gratified to find such an awareness among our young
vi- people, as to what was being done around them.
ty We thank you, kids, and assure that you will find plenty of
ro- support in this kind, of activity.
The columnists are still making hay over Vice President Ag-
new's denouncing otf "that effete corps of impudent snobs who
characterize themselves as intellectuals."
We knew what Mr. Agnew was talking about when he said
"impudent snobs" and "who characterize themselves as intellec-
tuals" and* couldn't agree with him any more. But that word
"effete" gave us trouble. We just weren't too sure, if we knew the
^ right meaning of the word or not. But with its word association to
the rest of the statement, it had to be a humdinger.
* In order to make sure just what the Vice-President said, we
dragged down the Webster's and looked up "effete" which means,
"barren, not capable of producing, exhausted, sterile; inefficient
through decay, age, use".
Aggie, you hit the nail right on the head with that "effete"
hammer. There's not a whole lot that is more useless than one
who is trying to tear down, give away, withdraw from and throw
away all the things this country has been founded on: our solemn
word, concern for the freedom of man, belief in God and the cham-A
pioning of tne rights of the common man.
Effete I'm going to remember that word it ought to
.come in real handy one day.
Too Late To Classify
by RUSSELL KAY
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1969 PAGE THREF
enforcement proceedings would be in- bove date. The following members
itiated against Gulf County. were present and acting: Mr. Gene KI T C H E N
Minutes of The The Superintendent presented Raffield, Chairman; Mr. B. J. Rich, I I I IE
the Audits of the Internal Accounts Sr; and Mr. Waylon Graham.
for all schools within the system for The Superintendent was pre- C H A T T E R
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION the school year 1968-69. All ac- sent and acting.
counts were found to be in order The Board received sealed bids Florida Pow r
with the exception of minor dis- for an accounting machine to be By The Florda power Corporation
crepancies. Mr. Tom Alsobrook used in the School Board Office. This cake is delicious and so
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA tracts with Insurance Companies made the audits for the School The N. C. R. Company of Tallahas- easy to make! It does not require
OCTOBER 7, 1969 represented by Messrs. Frank an- he Board directed the Super-' $6T he Bur hs Corpor getting out the mixer or sifting
The Gulf County School Board non, Mark Tomlinson and Frank intendent to advertise the former ation o.f Tallahassee, Florida sub- flour. In fact, there is very little
met in regular session on the above Graddy fo insurancecoveraes guidance building at the old Wewa- tted a bd of $7,133.00. The Bur- measuring volved.
present and acting: Mr. Gene Raf- to al amount of the premiums a ihitchka site for sale to the highest roughs Corporation also submitted 1 12-ounce box vanilla wafers
field, Chairman; Mr. B. J. Rich S mounted to $6,823.00. Copies of .a bid with an allowance for the ebox vana wa s
Mr.field, Chairmanham; Mr. B. J h S;e pountlicies are on file in the l Mr. Jim Taylor, the Board's In- accounting machine being replaced. 2 sticks oleomargarine, or but-
WhitfieldMr. Way illn am Roemer, Sr. Superintendent's office spector for the new building)pro- The Board decided to keep the old ter, melted
Whtfeld Mr. Willias present The Superintendent read a let- jects, reported that work was pre- accounting machine to be utilized 2 cups sugar
and acting p terefrom Mr. Dewey Dodds of the g essing satisfactory at Port S Joe. in thebusiness eductiondepart- 2 cans (small) shredded coconut
The meeting was opened with a Health, Education and Welfare Re- many small facets of the Wewahit- tem for purposes of training stu- (about 2 cups)
prayer by Board Member Roemer. gional office in Atlanta, Georgia chka projects needed to complete dents in the use of it. Board Mem- 6 eggs
'The minutes of the regular meet- concerning the visit of two of his the job were progressing slowly or her Graham made a motion to ac- 2 cups chopped pecans
ing of September 2, 1960 and speci- staff members, Mr. Harold Davis
al meeting of September 15, 1969 and Mr. Louis Bryson to Gulf Coun- at a standstill. The Superintendent cept the N. C. R. bid of $6,638.50.
al meeting of September 15, 1969 and Mr. Louis Brysonto Gu~Coun- was directed to take the necessary Board Member Rich seconded the Crush cookies by placing them
were read and approved as read. ty on September 16, 1969. Mr. steps to stimulate action on this motion. All voted YES. in brown paper bag and using rol-
The Boara made the following Dodds called attention to the fact troe '
decisions regarding instructional that there were only five white proec The Board passed a resolution af-, ling pin or outside. Mix all ingre-
personnel for the 1969-70 school teachers on the Washington High IThe Board authorized the Super- filiating Gulf County in the Apa- dients together. Bake in greater
year: ST JOE HIGH SCHOOL: ap- School faculty. The Board had in; intendent to purchase two 66 pas- lachee Cooperative Film Library tube pan, the bottom lined with
pointed A. D. Harris, Jr. as Special dicated previously that ten white senger buses through the State De- for the school year 1969-70. This is waxed paper in 275 degree oven
Education teacher. ST JOE ELE- teachers would be assigned if they P lanThEdu in a cooperative library funded by or E drucnode eovun
MENTARY SCHOOL: Connie St could be hired. The Superintendent asking Plan. The buses will be ava- Gulf, Calhoun, Liberty, and Frank- for 2 hours or until done
Clair and Sue Thomes to kinder- was instructed to notify Mr. Dodds lable for the school year. 1970-71. lin Counties The library is locat- --
garten teachers; Jo Ann Smith to that every effort was made to hire .The Board authorized the Super- ed in Blountstown. A copy of this 1969
first grade teacher; Elsie Blount to ten white teachers, but only five intendent t ek sf or an a resolution is on file in the Super- ATTEST:
sixth grade teacher, Martha Tru- could be locatedCounty School Board Office. intendent's office. R. Marion Craig
man to third grade teacher. WASH- Mr. Dodds called attention to the The Board established the fol- There being no further business, Superintendent
INGTON HIGH SCHOOL: Algia fact that the school system was op- long s schedule for bus dri- the Board adjourned to meet again Gene Raffield
Frazier to kindergarten teacher. rating one segregated bus in the vers in the system to become ef- in regular session on November 4, Chairman
The Board made the following Port St Joe area and one in the fective for the 1970-71 school year:
decisions regarding non-instruc- Wewahitchka area. The Superin- first year $190.00, second year $200.
tional personnel for the 1969-70 tendent was directed to notify Mr. 00, third year $225.00, the maxi-
school year: appointed Linda Rau- Dodds that the negro students at- Imumtsalary. 0,temx
her as Secretary at St Joe Elemen- tending Port St Joe High School Bills in the amount of $260,580. *
tary; appointed Betty Clark, Tere- and living in the Kenneys Mill 26 were examined and ordered paid. E xc ing
sa Johnson, and Helen Kilbourn as area would be transported on a Warrants in payment of thee bills
teacher aides at St Joe Elementary; | previously all white bus. The Super- are shown on the Supplemental Re-
appointed Easter Nichols to the intendent was also directed to in- port of Expenditure as follows:
lunchroom staff at St Joe Elemen- form him that one all negro bus i General Fund $28,648.72; W. E. I.
taroy School; appointed Martha would continue to be operated p. $3,641.54; Capital Improvement
Craft to the lunchroom staff at from Washington High to Port St $6,106.12; Title II $1,770.00; Title
Port St Joe High School. I Joe High and Port St Joe Elemen-~i $5,000.00; S. B. E. Fund $500.00;
The Board authorized payroll de- tary. This is brought about by the Bond Construction no. 2 $206,374.
ductions to be made for members fact that the bus is loaded to capa- 37 Bond Construction $6,342.31;
of the instructional staff who en-' city on each trip. No all white bus Bond Interest and Sinking Fund
tered into agreements for same travels within anoroximately one $151.23; District Fund no. 1. $1,771.
with Variable Annuity Insurance mile of the Washington High 31: Bond Fund no. 1 $174.60.
Company of Miami, Florida. I School. There being no further business,
The Board accepted a Perfor-1 Mr. Dodds called attention to the the Board adjourned to meet again Addr ess
mance Bond on the two new Kin- fact that one segretated bus was be- in regular session on November 4,
dergarten classrooms being con- ing operated in the Wewahitchka 1969 at 9:00 AM, EST.
structed at Port St Joe High School area. The Superintendent was di- ATTEST- ours
from Burns, Kirkley and Williams rected to notify him that this bus it. Marion Craig
Construction Company. would be desegratated by re-assign- Superintendent
The Board accepted warranties ing students. The Board is hopeful Gene Raffield
on food disposers and electric that the Health, Education and Chairman
water coolers at the new Wewa- Welfare Office will accept the ex-
hitchka High School from theEa- planations offered. Health, Edu- PORT ST JOE, FLORIDA
som Plumbing Company of Dothan, cation and Welfare indicated that OCTOBER 23, 1969 S A IE
Alabama. if satisfactory explanations were The Gulf County School Board.'
The Board entered into con- not submitted, administrative en- met in special session on the a- ENTIRE STOCK! LADIES
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only an ELECTRIC self-cleaning oven you see the electric self-cleaning oven soon
gives you the advantage of complete oven at your appliance dealer's. ---
cleaning without excessive heat escaping Reddy ca't turn a pumpkin into a golden ,.
into your kitchen That's because it's coach yet. But every year flameless elec- MENS
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Learning by Doing
Angela Butts is learning while earning on the Port St. Joe High
School DCT program, which is directed by Lamar Faison. Angela
is an employee of Merit Loan Company and is shown being instruct-
ed in some of her duties by Mrs. James Johnson. -Star photo
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1969
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ALL FLAVOR CAKE MIXES -----3 boxes $1.00
46 OUNCE CANS
IGA TOMATO JUICE ---- 2 cans
NO. 303 CANS
IGA GOLDEN CORN -------- 2 cans
NO. 303 CANS
IGA SLICED BEETS
WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE NO. 303 CANS
IGA APPLE SAUCE ----------
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3 cans 59c
DONALD DUCK GRAPEFRUIT 46 iOz. Cans
IGA 48 OZ. JAR
KRAFT 18 OZ. JAR
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PORK STEAKS ---------lb. 68c
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LISTERINE MOUTHWASH-14 Oz. Btl. SAVE 22c
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McKENZIE 24 OZ.
BLACKEYE PEAS pkg. 49c
SEA-PAK 14 OZ.
FISH STICKS --- pkg. 59c
OLEO ---------lb. 29c
PHILADELPHIA 8 OZ.
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FREE COLOR PORTRAIT
Portraits Will Be Taken November 14 and 15 at
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Port St. Joe, Florida
Age Limit 2 Months to 10 Years
One Portrait to Person or Family
If It's Produce Rich's Has It!. We Shop the Markets 3 Days Each
Week Bringing in 2 Truck Loads for Your Shopping Pleasure. Shoo
Downtown Port St. Joe Shop RICH'S for SAVINGS!
GRAPEFRUIT ----- 3 for
ROME BEAUTY 10 lb. bag
SWEET POTATOES ---- lb.
ONIONS --- 3 lb. bag
_ Ib. 12c
CITRUS FRUIT TREES with FRUIT and
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Hot Dog Buns
BROWN and SERVE
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BREAD --- 22
24 OUNCE LOAF
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--s.' -. -*
Costin's 19 17
Team No. 6 18% 17%
Campbell's Drugs---.---18 18
St. Joe Lanes ---------- 9 28
Peak's Temko -- ------6 29%1
Gulf County Ladies League
The old balls were rolling again
this week, but not too good for
some of the ladies.
--%* .W^Ww On lanes 1 and 2, Florida First
GULF COUNT MEN'S LEAGUE had Tal Preston high with a mere National Bank took three out of
Bowling was kind of sluggish last 488 series. four from St. Joe Furniture. Lois
Monday night at the lanes as it On lanes 5 and 6, the SJPC Mill- Smith was high for Florida First
went as follows: wrights are rolling again as they National with a 483 series and a
On lanes 1 and 2, Campbell's took three from Costins. John Mc- e aDi ams J u415
took three games from Peak's Tern- Kenzie led the way with a 474 ser- turewas Dot Williamswith a 415
ko Station. Ralph Ward was the ies for the Millwrights. Costins had series and a high game of 156.
top man for Campbell's with his Bill Barlow leading with a 489. St. Joe rKaft took three out of
490. Peak's had Johnnie Linton Lanes 7 and 8 had Team No. 6 four from Pete weed Accounting
high with a 496 series, taking all four points from St. Joe on lanes 3 and 4. Evelyn Smith was
Lanes 3 and 4 had Rich's IGA Lanes. Johnnie White led the team on top for St. Joe Kraft with a 503
laying it on a sluggish Shirt and with a fine 216 game and 514 ser- series and a high game of 203.
Trophy team that just couldn't get ies. David Lee was the top man Shirley Whitfield had a high ser-
started. Rich's IGA had three men for St. Joe Lanes with a 417. ies for Pete Weed of 443 and Dot
going over 500. They were Glen Standings W L Creamer had-a 166 game.
Williams with a 502, Wayne Ernst Rich's IGA 31% 4% Williams Alley Kats came on
with a 530 and Jim Stengele with Shirt and Trophy ------ 21 15, strong to take all four from AN
a 552. The Shirt and Trophy Center SJPC Millwrights --- 20% 15% Railroad. Eleanor Williams was the
high one for the Alley Kats with
a 509 series and a nice game of
JJ *205. Dot Hamm was the big gun
Part Time Christmas Workers Reminded for AN Railroad with a 361 series
and a 137 game.
They Must Pay Social Security Taxes On lines 7 and 8, St. Joe Steve-
dores took all four from Swatts and
s Parker. Melbt Barbee had a high.
"Students, that Christmas part- dit for all his earnings. series of 474 and a high game of
time job may do more than help If part of your wages is received 180 for the Stevedores. Swatts and
pay your tuition or pay for new in tips, it is also important that Parker was led by Barbara Tharpe
clothes. For one thing, it will buy you keep a record of the amounts -with her 431 series and 153 game.
you valuable social security pro- received and report them to your If you don't believe bowling is
section for yourself and lat. for employer. If you earn tips amount- for all ages, read this. We had Ed-
your family," Jack E. Snipes, Pa- ing to $20 or more a month, you wina Bowen, age 76 out bowling,
nama City Social Security Manager, will receive social security credit with us this week. So don't let age
said in a statement released to- for them and must pay a social keep you from enjoying bowling.
day. "Social security is a lot more security contribution for the tips High bowler for the night was
than retirement and Medicare." just as for other wages. Eleanor Williams with a 509 ser-
"Coung people can get valuable ies and a high game of 205.
survivors and, disability protection Check with social security every Meet your team-Florida First
with as little as a year and a half years or so to make sure your National Bank: Christine Light-
earnings have been correctly re-
of work under social security" said earnings .have een c eyt-y foot, Eula Dickey, Verna Burch and
Snipes. "Thanks to the work they ported. Ths is especially mport- is Smith
do part-time and on vacations, ant if you change jobs frequently. Standings W L
many high school and college stu- A readdree post cardform St. oeKraft 26 10
dents are already insured for bothavalable at socal security offi St. Joe Stevedores 26 10
Ican be used to request a statement St. Joe Stevedores- 26 10
kinds of young people's protection the earnings credited to your Florida First National 25 11
even before they begin their re- record St. Joe Furniture -------21 15
gular working careers." i eco. Williams Alley Kats 18 18
Snipes gave three basic sugges- I The social security office for Pete Weed Accounting ___ 13 23
tions to young workers who want this area is located at 1135 Har- AN Railroad ---------- 28
to get the most protection from rison Ave., Panama City 32401. Swatts and Parker ------7 29
their social security. The telephone number is 763-5331.
Make sure your employer has The office is open Mondoay LASSFIED ADS
correctly recorded your social se- through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to CLASSIFIED ADS
curity number. Without proper re-14:39 p.m. except on national holi- "Midget Investments With
poing a worker iant Returns"
por-ing a worker may not get ere- days.
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Men's Hooded nylon
These jackets are quilted inside
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Shirt reg. $1.79, pants reg. $1.79.
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Buy NOW Lay-Away
IT'S ONLY A FEW WEEKS TIL CHRISTMAS!
L'AnUI T ,o 3DE
Communications Workers Will Again
Conduct "Hi Mom" Telephone Program
Local 3171 of the Communica- families, many of whom haven't
tions Workers of America, AFL- heard the voice of their son or
CIO, will participate in the union's daughter o v e r s e as for many
"Hi Mom" program again this year
-a program designed to award
free telephone calls home to mili-
tary men and women overseas. W wedding
S ---- .L-
* ', i ^ .'--*
Kay ,Holland and Pam Wilson received the most.,points from the
five judges in the final, selection Saturday hight. Miss Guilford
will compete in the state contest in February. --Star photo
Methodists Remind President of Rebekah Assembly of
You of Bazaar Florida Pays Visit to Local Chapter
Remember the First United Me-
thodist ladies.annual bazaar Satur- by MARY WEEKS Spell, Marshal of the Rebekah As-
dayto 4November 22 from 1Fel:00a.m. Mrs. Sallie Rowe of Jacksonville, sembly of Florida; Mrs. Flora Long,
to 4:00 pm. to be held i Fellow- president of the Rebekah Assembly past president of the Rebekah As-
ship Hall. of Florida was the guest of honor sembly of Florida; Mrs. Betty New-
On sale will beeleaut fts, -at a banquet given by the mem- some, district deputy president of
ba s gifts, whitebers of Melody Rebekah Lodge on District Two and Mrs. Lillie Ras-
baked goods; Thursday, November 6 at 7:00 p.m. mussen, assistant outside guardian
If you would like to put in your in the American Legion Home. for the Rebekah Asembly of Flor-
order for a cake, please notify the Thanksgiving theme was ida.
Mrs. Herman Dean. Theie Thanksgiving theme was ida.
S-______ "the highlight of the decor for the Mrs. Rowe, in her message, gave
banquet table and the hall where a sense of quiet confidence and as-
Vitro Wives Club Meeting the regular meeting was held, surance recommending faith as a
At Florida Power Lounge 'which followed the -banquet. Dec- challenge to give a sense of mean-'
orations included authentic center- ing and morale to our lives and
The Vitro Wives Club will have pieces of dried flowers, turkeys, asked that our mission be one of
their, ,regular monthly meeting No- pumpkins and corn on the various service to others.
member 18. at 7:30 at the Florida stations. The banquet table, in ad- Mrs Flora Long directed an en-
Power Lounge. edition to the centerpiece, was en-tertainin courtesy to Mrs. Rowe.
Everyone is.to bring a Christmas hanced by attractive hand painted tertaisng, courtesy bto Mrs Rowe.
ornament or something that can turkeys as favors and a lovely hand She was carried back to Nursery-
Ch. ThLand as the characters stepped out
be used for Christmas. These will painted pumpkin served as a menu' f the story book andperformed
be auctioned off to the club. for each guest. of the story book and p.erme
." I most humorously for her amuse-
The guest of honor and speakers ment. The performance, which was
LONG AVENUE NIGHT SOCIETY were given beautiful pink corsages artfully carried out by all the
TO MEET'WITH MRS. ARNOLD centered by a silver key, the trav- members of Melody was the only
eling emblem of Mrs. Rowe, which clue Mrs. Rowe had to their iden-
The Night WMS of the Long signifies "unlock your hearts and ity, but she proved her expertise
Avenue Baptist Church will meet pocketbooks toward our new Odd by naming them all and received
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home Fellows Home in St. Petersburg." another key-this time green with
of Mrs. Neil Arnold at 131 Bellamy Mrs. Eleanor Williams, Noble streamers of currency which was
Circle. Grand, presided as mistress of cere- a gift of appreciation from Melody
monies for the banquet and served Lodge.
'BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT as Noble Grand for the regular
Mr. and Mrs. Penn G. Holman meeting of the Lodge that followed. Guests from Jacksonville, Par-
af Atlanta, Ga., announce the birth Mrs. Mary Weeks gave the prayer. ker and Wewahitchka signed the
f a son, Robert Penn on November Mrs. Flora Long gave the address guest register along with guests
1-. The Holmans have another son, of welcome. Mrs. Grace Tucker of from Port St. Joe.
Bill. Parker, gave the response.
The proud grandparents are .Mr. -Due recognition was given to
and Mrs. Edwin Holman of Atlan- the following guests: Mrs. Sally Garden Club WIll
ta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rowe, president of the Rebekah As- U CH Ub W I
'Ramnsey of this city. I sembly of Florida; Mrs. Myrtle Mot N yv TTlhuur E nv
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will hold its regular meeting next
Thursday at the Garden Center on
Members are urged to participate
by making a Christmas arrange-
ment and bring to the meeting.
Mrs. W. D. Sykes, program chair- :
man, has made plans for the Flor-
ida, Power Corporation to present
a very interesting program.
Dorothy E. White, president of
the CWA local, said that the local
will sponsor three calls.
Moms, dads, sisters, brothers
and wives are eligible to win the
free calls by mailing a postcard
with their name and. address to
CWA Local. 3171, "Hi Mom" pro-
gram, P., 0. Box 902,' Port St. Joe,.
Ptdsent plans are for a: drawing g
to be held to determine the win-
ners: bii November 25.
Further details of the drawing
will be announced later, Mrs..
CWA, known nationally as "The
Community.- Minded :Union,,": 'T, i
sponsoring the "HiMoni" program
for the 13th straight, year. Thou-
sands. and thousands, of. GI's have
'benefitted 'from the- program over
the years. .
Mrs, White':.said that -the local
in Port St. Joe has participated in
the .program jhe last three years.'
"The response and the happi-
ness that we've brought to people
. has been overwhelming," Mrs.
White said. "The program provides
a warm glow for all the winning
Wedding plans have been an-
nounced for Miss Nadine Boyette
VI,,,",;SS NADINE BOYETTE
months," she added.
The program has received warm
praise from military commanders
and others for boosting morale.
CWA, representing more than
450,000 workers throughout the
United States, is the largest com-
imunications union in the world.
to Marion F. Parish, both of Port
Miss Boyette is the daughter
of the late Mrs. H. H. Kendall
and the late David I. Boyette.
Mr. Parish is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Parish of Wewa-
The wedding will be an event
of November 26 at 7:00 p.m. in
the Highland View Church, of
God. No Invitations, are being
sent, but all relatives and friends
of the couple are invited to' at-
Call No. 471 Charter No. 14902 NationalBank Region No. 6
CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION, INCLUDING
S DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE'
FLORIDA, FIRST NATIONAL BANK at PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
in the State of Florida, at the close of business on Qctober 21, 19691
Published innresponse to call made by-Comptroller of the Currency4
: j under.Section 52]1, U. S. Revised Statutes
Cash and' due from ,banks 1,083,742.85
U. S. Treasury securities 1,724,471.67
Obligations of States and political subdivisions -_-- __- 1,443,141.57
Other! securities (including $21,000.00 corporate stock) -- 21,000.00
Baink premisee, furniture and fixtures, and other
assets representing bank premises 414,723.92
Other assets 55,256.29
TOTAL ASSETS 7,063,260.67
L IAB I LI I TIES
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships
Deposits of United States Government
Deposits of States and political subdivisions
Certified and officers' checks, etc.
TOTAL DEPOSITS 5,940,528.29
(a) Total demand deposits '4,257,755.41
(b) Total time and savings deposits _- 1,682,772.88
TOTAL LIABILITIES 5,940,528.29
RESERVES ON' LOAIS AND SECURITIES
Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant
to IRS rulings) 17,298.34
TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ___
MISS BETTY FRANN HANNON
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannon of Port St. Joe announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Miss Betty Frann Hannon to Jasper
LeRoy Smith, IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper LeRoy Smith, III
of Guntdesville, Alabama.
Miss Hannon was graduated from Virginia Intermont College,
Bristol, Virginia and from the .University of Alabama. She is
now a member of the faculty of Shalimar Elementary School,
Her fiance received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from the
University of Alabama and was a member of the Lamba Chi Alpha
Fraternity. He is now serving in the United States Army with
the 279th Signal Battalion, stationed- at Fort Benning, Georgia.
ong Avenue Baptist Morning Society Met At Church
The Morning WMS of the Long Mission Action projects forNo- lies' migrations here in the states
Avenue Baptist WMU met, Iast vember are food for the needy and to Japan and their opportuni-
Tuesday at the church at 8:00 a.m. and clothing for Cuban refugees. ties to contribute to the spread of
for the monthly general WMS meet- All church members are urgl to the gospel.
ing. .. contribute. Attending the meeting were
After the WMU watchword and The study- entitled, "Signi~ nt Mrs. J C. Odum, Mrs. M. L. Britt,
hymni, led by Mrs. John Hanson, Migrations" was directed by Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Chafin, Mrs. David
Mrs. Danny Maddox directed the David Jenkins, showing how mi- Jenkins, Mrs. Dan Maddox, Mrs.
call to prayer for missionaries who grations of the early persecuted Richard Cornet, Mrs. Dan Pope,
had birthdays-that day. Christians brought about the spread Mrs. Bill Laird, Mrs. Joe Ferrell,
Mrs. Milton Chafin,- president, of the gospel into new territories. Mrs. John Hanson, 'Mrs. Harold
gave the highlights of the second Todays migration of American. ser- Raffield, Mrs. Jerry Barnes, Mrs.
chapter of "Changes and Choices". vicemen, businessmen, exchange Ray Walding, Mrs. Fred Walton,
students and tourist to Europe has Mrs. Frank Barnes, Mrs. Elmo Ford
CARD OF THANKS brought about a spread of the gos- and Mrs. H. F. Barbee.
We would like to thank all our pel through the establishment of Mrs. Britt led in the closing
friends and loved ones for their English language churches in prayer.
visits, flowers and cards while we many areas of Europe. For the Eu- ----
were confined to the Municipal ropeans. who have migrated to BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Hospital. America, there are special language Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Sheffield are
May God bless each of you. ministries provided. -"i announcing the adoption of a son
Thank you, Mrs. Bill Laird, whose husband Brian Ashley on November 1. Brian
"-. MRS. J. E. PRMIGEON is a.serviceman, told of heAjam- was born June 11, 1969.
Equity capital-total 1,105,434.04
Common Stock-total par value 400,000.00
No. shares authorized, 16,000.
No. shares outstanding, 16,000.
Undivided profits 106,033.15
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves -- 299,400.89
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,105,434.04j.
TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES,
AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 7,063,260.67
Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days
ending with call date 5,859,944.17
Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days
ending with call date 2,334,987.89
Interest collected not earned on loans included
in total capital accounts 78,889.21
I, Walter C. Dodson, Sr., President of the above-named bank do
hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
/s/ WALTER C. DODSON, SR.
We the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the
best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.
Is/ J. C. BELIN
/s/ J. LAMAR MILLER Directors
/s/ B. R. GIBSON, JR.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Evening Worship 7:00
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:00
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
C. Byron 5rith, Pastor
SUNDAY., SC )OO ..-..----...-.. ................
MORNING WORSH P SERVICE .-..-...
EVENING WObRI~1P SERVICE ........
PRAYgR.ME~TININ (Wednesday) ...
"I Come and Worship God With Ur"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
4Cprner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL- 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00, A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 5.. 5:45 P:M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M. .
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. .J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Al W e Very Prety
,:.~~~~ ~~ *. ., "
Participants in the Junior Miss' pageant Saturday night were;,
left to right: Kathy Sutton, Judy Moore, Debbie Sykes, Kay Holland,
Laura Guilford, Patn Wilson, Shirley Cantley, Brenda Wall and
Judy Stone. Junior Miss Laura Guilford and the two runners-up,
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,19369
Evori 1F N lllau
Junior Varsity Grid Squad Puts
Stopper On Wakulla Winning Streak
The Shar'ks Junior Varsity put last Thursday night, 54-0 on the
the stopper on a 29 game winning local field.
:streak of 'the Wakulla Jr. Varsity d their first and
only marker in the second quarter
Program Announced on a 10 yard run by David Givens.'
w Lawrence Bowen ran the conae-
For Wesleyan Guid. we.r h
James "'hichester, well, known In the third and fourth periods,
:artist in our section, will present the Jr. Sharks really poured it on,
a review of his recently published scoring three times in each period.
'book, "Threads of History" at the In the third period the Sharks
November meeting of the Wes- 'Iscored on a 53 yard pas to Gary
leyan Service Guild of the First ves om W e wit h Da.
Methodist Church at the home ofvid Givens rrnn the conversion.
Mrs. Melton h Taylor on St: Joe Wayne Russ took a 12 yard pass
-Beach, Thursday, at 8:06 pm. from Whittle to score, with La w
Mr. 'Chichester was the first press. rence Bowen ruhnirs over the two
ident of the .anama City Art As- points. Bowen inttepted a Wa,.
sociation and has been responsible kulla pass-and rdetm ed it fori 51
for much of the interest in art in yards and.the TD. he extra point
Northwest Florida. He came to failed. ,',
Panama City during the 1940's, ;
:and; finding it a painter's paradise In the 'last quarter,; quarterback
'decided to stay. His paintings have Whittle scooted' 27 yards for 'the
'been on display and have be6n goal line rith David Givens carry-
sold, in all parts of the country. ink overB.r two points. Lawrence
'0Threads of History" shows the Bowen, navig "' himself, uite a
relation 'between the prophesies of night, ran,15 yasfora score with
the Old Testament ard the ful- ....
fillment of'the New Testament and Givens again kingg the ball for
'how the Bible above all books re- the two points. Givens got off a
Slates to our times, long 45 yard run 'for the final
Mrs. James Harrison will be co- touchdown .with Jim Faiqon run-
hostess with 'Mrs. Taylor. ning for the extra points,
tContinued From Page II
and down the field-mostly down
when Godby had it, and up when
the Sharks had it.
During the last frame of the
game, the Sharks again decided
to add to, the scoreboard. Little
scooter Charles Givens began to
carry the ball some and ran 19
yards around end early in the
last period to give the Sharks an-
other 'six points.
With just a little over a min-
ute left in the game, the old
screen pass to Atchison from 11
yards out, gave the Sharks their
, 7-17 416
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
meet the' Wakulla County Rpbels
here in Port St. JQe in a battle
for the Gulf Cpast Conference
The gamedtomorrow night will
also feature -homecoming observ-
ances and will be a giant step
for the Sharks in attaining a shot
at' the play-offs for the State
class "'B" championship.
With Purchase of $199.95 Order or More During
the Holidays Christmas Shop Danley This Year
HEAVY DUTY A
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1969 PAGE SEVEN
Howell Home Setting for Meeting
Of St. Joseph Historical Society
The home of Mrs. W. H. Howell, directional signs led many visitors
Jr., was the setting for a most in- to the cemetery and the Museum
teresting meeting of the St. Joseph following the Seafood Festival in
Historical Society Saturday after- Apalachicola last week.
BOYLES Clothing and Footwear
2 STORES IN 1 "THE STORE WITH MORE"
noon. Mviemnoerr'epJeesl w ser J A resolution was drawn up by STORE NO. 1-
Stone, president; Mrs. Charles Cecil Costin, Jr., to insure future STORE NO 2 2
Brown, Mrs R. H. Binson Mr preservation of historical items be- STORE NO. 2, 2r
Ned PMrs Ralh Swatts Sr., and the longing to the Society and was ap- R. GLENN and ER
i .Sr, t- th proved by the group. THOMAS E. CULP
hostess, Mrs. Howel .
te b, e a gre. a ye", -. A new project of the Society
, Its been a great year", presi- will be to secure three or four Carol
dent Stone stated Ao r P acres of land in the vicinity of NonaM. Williams-
ments includethe gazebo or St ola for recreational purposes. This Nouise Shweil
Joseph Cemetery, preservation of land will be donated if it can be T
old railroad bed in Wewahitchka, set aside for this purpose.
placement of directional signs to,, Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr, was ap-
the old cemetery, palms planted at pointed to serve as recording sec-
the cemetery, cooperation with the rotary for the remainder of the THE BIG NE
Sunland project on the Peninsula, year. H +
progress in St. Joseph Bay under- "Reckless" Ct
water project. storage room for,
housing valuable papers and rec. Last Rites Held for (And That's Putt
ords of the society and purchase of (And That's Putt
a filing cabinet for the room, sup-. Charles H. Ezell, 49 Dear Friends:
port of another historical society ... This must be
in their efforts to promote a more Funeral services were held yes-
effective study of Florida history terday afternoon from Pittman Fun-
throughout the state and publicity eral Home Chapel of. Geneva, Ala.,
which has attracted many visitors for Charles H. Ezell. Sr., 49, of
to this area. -' Howard Creek. Ezell died suddenly
The care, preservation and beau- Mlonday afternoon at 1:50 p.m.
tification of the Old Cemetery is from an apparent heart attack. He
a primary and continuing project ohad been livi gte Howard Creek
It has been reported that the new for about three ye ar veteranof:
retired salesman arid alveteran~of
SIWorld War H and a Master Mason.
Services will be conducted by
S Rev. David' Causey of Geneva, Ala.
Masonic rites were conducted at
S gSurvivors include his widow Mrs.
Lucille Ezell and one daughter,
Joanne both of Howard Creek; one
son, Charles H. Ezell, Jr., of Pen-
sacola one granddaughter, Donna
Ezell of Pensacola; mother, Mrs.
Ollie Ezell of Geneva, Ala, three
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Brief No. 2:
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LMA M. BOYLES -- Owners
PEPPER ------ Manager
- Sales and Service --
yn Culpepper Mrs. Roy Taylor
- Faye Bishop Diane Smith Frances Cross
kert Ouida Branch Wynell Harrison
Timothy Cooper, maintenance
WS AT BOYLES THIS WEEK!
ilpepper's Thanksgiving Savings
ing It Mildly -jRGB) See Page 5
brief (Publicity Budget already busted!) Right
midget news No. 1: Mrs. B. still absent. on to
from Atlanta 1970 Apparel Show. (Must be hard
Culpepper returns and immediately SLASHES
left! Sez me, "Why Tom?" Sez. Tom, "Haven't
BILLS that must be paid this month, TAXES,
and my ticker nearly stops! So, these special
oil down to an humble appeal for HELP, HELP,
Ioyi4 patrons! You've never let us down .
you this time.
ONLY' 28 'SHOPPING DAYS 'til Santa Claus?
't it? WHEW! how can we get everything done?
riously) Someone has said a human heart can be
g When broken all the best pours out .
soundd. A paradoxical statement with possible
Lestion) Have you read the 8th Psalm lately? It's
H! And, a good closing thought.
Mrc, F R NliIncc1 Hnrcta.c tn MAAtinn
sisters, Mrs. T. R. Brock of Pensa- 1il I. L. 1\. IUU /v.v I IVe I1,.3 V IV lrwvr1111
cola, Mrs. Mary Frances Chance-of Of P I e i omen
Warner Robins, Ga., and Mrs. Bet- f Pentecostal Holiness Women
ty Cenedella of Chatsworth, Calif.;
two brothers, Frank and D. W.
two brothers, Frank and D.W. The regular monthly meeting of service for God.
Ezell of Warner Robins, Ga. the Woman's Auxiliary of the Pen- A quarterly project and the pro-
All local arrangementstecostal Holiness Church on Garri- ject for the month were chosen and
der the direction of Comforter son Avenue, was held at the home a time was set for the auxiliary to
Funeral Home. ___of Mrs. E. R. DuBose Monday. help the Girl's Auxiliary who are
Members present were Mrs. E. sewing layettes for the mission-
SM R DuBose, Mrs. Grace Orrell, Mrs. aries.
Lunch Roo0 m enu Bill .Summers, Mrs. Bernice Gos- The auxiliary voted to send an
nell, Mrs. Roy Lollie, Mrs: Carl offering to the missionary sponsor-
Highland View Elementary School McClamma, Mrs. Claude Ferrell,l ed by the conference as a Christ-
Monday, November 17 Mrs. C. W. Atkins, Mrs. Eldridge mas gift..
Tuna fish salad, buttered grits, Money, Mrs. Calvin Todd and Mrs.
cabbage, carrot and raisin salad, C C. Everett A door prize, consisting of a
Ritz crackers, pineapple upside' handcraft package to make a spec-
down cake and milk. The devotion was given by Mrs. tacular holiday trim called "Magic
Tuesday, November 18 DuBose comparing the differences Window" was given by Jean Mc-
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans, in circumstances of our worship Clamma, president.
celery sticks, brownies and ,milk. years ago and now. She stressed the
Wednesday, November 19 need to be appreciative of the shmets were served.
Chicken and rice, mustard greens, conveniences of the day and of freshments were served.
spiced beets, cinnamon rolls, corn the freedom in worship of and
bread and milk. American Legion
Thursday, November 20 4 John Lanmerican Legion
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage Makes Dance Plans
slaw, peach peanut butter crisp Serving In Vietnam
and milk. The American Legion, Post 116
Friday, November 21
Country fried steak, mashed po-
tatoes, English peas, fruit cup,
white bread and milk.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 17
Beef and vegetables, sliced to-
matoes, hot biscuit, butter, jelly
Tuesday, November 18
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
carrot and raisin salad, chocolate
cake, butter and milk.
Wednesday, November 19
Ham and potatoes, buttered spi-
nach, celery sticks, hot biscuit,
butter, syrup and milk.
Thursday, November 20
Barbecue chicken on rice, let-
tuce and tomato salad, green but-
ter beans, brownies, white bread,
butter and milk..
Friday, November 21
Country fried steak, mashed po-
tatoes, English -peas, fruit Jell-o,
white bread, butter and milk.
Satilday, *Nov. 22, 11 a.m.
.1,000: acres offered in small
.tracts close-in, Ocala, Florida.
S.Aso good country home with
swimming pool. Auction Site:
West of Ocala on Highway 200
-to0Shady Rd., (SW 27th Ave.),
turn south, follow signs to pro-
perty. High and dry rolling land
now in use as cattle farm. Ad-
joins Florida's finest thorough-
bred horse farms; country esta-
tes, ideal for industrial sites,
housing or mobile home deve-
lopment, horse farms. Eight
miles to downtown Ocala. Easy
terms: owner will finance, 25
pet. down. Balance 10 years. In-
formation phone 237-2535 owner
Mrs. Jack Farris, Rt. 2, Box 53,
GRISSOM REALTY AUCTION
Silver Springs, Fla., Julian
Grissom, Registered Real Estate
Broker. Phone 236-2515.
U. S. ARMY, VIETNAM (AHTNC)
Army Specialist Four John F. Land,
son of John D. Land, Wewahitchka,
was assigned to the 605th Transpor-
tation Company in Vietnam, Oct.
The specialist entered the Army
in February 1968 and was last
stationed at Ft. Monmouth, N. J.
His wife, Marjorie, lives on
Route 1, Blountstown.
will sponsor a dance for the teen-
agers following the Homecoming
football game Friday night. The
dance will be held in the Centen-
Music will be furnished by the
"Knights of Day" group.
Midget Investments That Yield
,Gibson BOOKS for all occasions
BOOKS for CHILDREN
MAGNA and CARR
PICTURE FRAMES Many Sizes
FOR MEN "
NINE FLAGS COLOGNE
ENGLISH LEATHER FRAGRANCES
For the Ladies
Dana Ambush Tabu Emir
For Men and Ladies
ENGER KRESS BILLFOLDS
Drive In Window for Prescriptions At Rear of Store
PHONE 227-5111 236 RLID AVENUE
PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1969
i lif 4-
Meat Department I
WHOLE or SHANK
TENDERIZED HAMS ------- Ib 59c
FRESH HAMS ---------lb. 69c
DON'T BE LEFT OUTI Purchase or Place Your Order now-
Supply Will Be Limited and Prices Continuously Rising
FRESH HAMS and BUTTERBALL TURKEYS
SLICED BACON ------- Ib. 79c
WIENERS ---------- 3 pkgs. $1.39
Frozen PKGS. of 10 STEAKS
CUBED STEAKS --------10 for 99c
HOT or MILD 1 Lb. Roll
ROLL SAUSAGE------ 2
Swift Tender Lean Fresh Pork Specials
PORK CHOPS (Family Pack) lb. 69c
Swift Tender Lean Fresh Pork Specials
MEATY BACK BONE
Swift Tender Lean Fresh Pork Specials
Lean Meaty LOIN RIBS -------lb. 69c
FRESH BOSTON BUTT
PORK ROAST------------lb. 59c
SLAB BACON SPECIALS
FIRST CUT SLAB BACON ------lb. 49c
SLAB BACON SPECIALS
WHOLE SLAB BACON
SLAB BACON SPECIALS
SLICED SLAB BACON-
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GA. GRADE "A" LARGE
v. ,> ., LIMITI ... 1 with $10.00 or
NOVEMBER 12, 13, 14 and 15
OLD TIME BARGAIN DAYS!
Del Monte CUT
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Del Monte SLICED or CRUS]
4 Oz. $1.00
3 t6z. $1.00
5 Oz $1.00
5 Cans '
4 17Oz $1.00
5 lb. bag I
LIMIT... 5 LB. BAG WITH $10.00 or MORE PIGGLY
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PECAN PIES ------
16 oz. 69c
PIES _----- 20 oz. 49c
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1969
Follow Port St. Joe
's Sharks This Season
They Deserve Your Support
"THE FIGHTING SHARKS"
FRONT ROW, left to right: Lawrence Bowen, Mike White,
Barron Abrams, Billy Glenn Harper, Tyler Smith, Jimmy
Griffin, Richard Anderson, Norman Freeman and Guerry
Reeves. SECOND ROW, left to right: Ken Whittle,
Steve Hattaway, John Scott, Steve Atchison, Wayne Russ,
Lewis Lindsey, Charles Givens, Kloskia Lowery and
Charles Britt. THIRD ROW, left to right: George Wil-
liams, Norris Langston, Dennis Atchison, Archie Shackel-
PORT ST. JC
ford, Jim Faison, Perry Atkison, Phil Earley, Alan Ham-
mock, Harry Young and mgr. Marvin Adkins. FOURTH
ROW, left to right: Bob Lyles, Craig Davis, Chuck Rob-
erts, Eddie Holland, Adrian Gant, Steve Bass, Rodney
Nobles, Buddy Boyette, Jimmy Lancaster and Larry
McFarland. Not pictured: Mike Wimberly, Charles
Smith and Chris King.
SEPTEMBER 19, WEWAHITCHKA Home
SEPTEMBER 26, CHATTAHOOCHEE -------Away
OCTOBER 3, BAKER Home
OCTOBER 10, FLORIDA HIGH Away
OCTOBER 17, MONTICELLO Home
ST. JOE MATERIALS, Inc.
Ready Mixed Concrete
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
Standard Oil Company
ST. JOE STEVEDORING CO.
BASIC MAGNESIA, Inc.
Port St. Joe, Florida
PREVATT FUNERAL HOME
24 Hour Ambulance Service
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
24 Hour Ambulance Service
OCTOBER 24, CHIPLEY Away
OCTOBER 31, APALACHICOLA Home
NOVEMBER 7, GODBY Away
NOVEMBER 14, WAKULLA Home
NOVEMBER 21, BLOUNTSTOWN Away
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Port St. Joe
ST. JOSEPH TEL. and TEL. CO.
"Call Someone Long Distance"
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
Your NAPA Parts Dealer
ST. JOE PILOTS' ASSOCIATION
David B. Maddox
Apalachicola Northern Railroad Co.
Serving Northwest Florida's Industrial Center
ST. JOE ECON-O-WASH LAUNDRY
and MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
"Make Your House A Home"
FRIDAY 8:00 P. M.
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance for Every Occasion
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Your Davis Tire Dealer
BOYLES' DEPARTMENT STORE
"Pay Cash and Pay Less"
PURE SERVICE STATION
Robert Sewell, Owner
GULF SERVICE STATION
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE CENTER
Shell Oil Products Firestone Tires
DAIRY-BURGER SANDWICH SHOP
Drop by After the Game for A Snack
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
Two Registered Pharmacists to Serve You
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
i "Your Store of Fashion"
ST. JOE HARDWARE COMPANY
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
Easy Credit Low Prices
Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.
at Port St. Joe
Roche's Furniture and Appliance Store
Frigidaire Appliances Magnavox and Sylvania TV
SWATTS & PARKER MOTOR CO.
Auto Repairs and Sales
1969-70 Football Schedule
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1969
by CHARLES REEVES
When foresters and conservation- plants continually work toward
ists list the most basic benefits of, that purfication process.
the growing forest they include! There is a great concern in this
protection of water reserves, age about deca great con scernupp ins this
"afeguard. against unchecked soil a.. during oye
erosion, and anti-pollution. Not ,pure water and narrowing oxygen
the least of these blessings is the Enresholds in the air.
forest's willingness to help cleanse! As our population continues to
and purify the very air which we increase, and industrial activity
breathe. I poses an even more massive pro-
blem in air pollution, living plants
Plants eat dust. Trees, shrubs, assume greater importance.
vines, turf, and all manner of Transpiration, which is the pro-
Big Crane Turns Over
This giant crane, owned by E. F. Gunn Con-
struction Company of Port St. Joe, turned over
at the St. Joe Paper Company last Thursday af-
ternoon. The crane, which was carrying a load
on its boom, hit a soft place in the ground, the
ground gave way, and the crane toppled over.
Nobody was surt, but the crane's boom and load
crushed a truck, a pick-up truck and a house
trailer, which was Peing used as a construction
company office in the mill yard. -Star photo
Gulf Gets Increase Say You Saw It In The Star -
In Race Track Funds _
TALLAHASSEE An accumu-
lation of summer racing tax mon-
ies has helped to net Florida's 67
counties a grand total of $5 million
for the first racing distribution of
the fiscal year, Comptroller Fred'
0. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., reported
The record distribution was more
than $400,000 higher than last
year's November allocation, Dick-
Each county's (including Gulf's)
in the large racing pie was $75,
000 -- or $6,000 above its Novem-
ber, 1968 share.
Counties receive equal disburse-
ments from the taxes levied by
the state on betting on dog and
horse racing and jai alai.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U D ICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 3286
JULIA LEE PORTER,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: CLIFFORD PORTER, whose
whereabouts and place of resi-
dence as particularly as the
same is known to the Plaintiff
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for divorce has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on J. C.
Bodiford, Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is 214 East 4th
Street, Post Office Box 1022, Pan-
ama City, Florida, and file the ori-
ginal with the Clerk of the above
styled court on or before December
5, 1969, otherwise a judgment may
be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on October 20, 1969.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
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12. That this presentment should
Super four consecutive times and a
PRESENTMENT OF THE copy of same be sent to local leg-
GRAND JURY islative delegations, the Governor
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of the State of Florida, and to
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA each member of the Congressional
FALL TERM, 1969 Delegation from this district so-
liciting their assistance in secur-
TO THE HONORABLE JUDGES ing funds to accomplish Items 10
OF THE ABOVE ENTITLED and 11.
COURT: 13. That this Grand Jury recom-
hm fully ends that succeeding Grand Ju-
We, the Grand Jurors, lawfully ries review the then existing Civil
selected, impaneled an sworn onGufCun
August 25, 1969, inquiring in and Defense program of Gulf County.
for the body of the County of Gulf, /s/m B. A. PRIDGEON, Jr.
State of Florida, do respectfully Foreman of the Grand Jury
make the following report: /s/ J. C. BODIFORD 11-13
I Asst. State Attorney 4t
WHEREAS, the Grand Jury, be-
ing aware of the utter devastation IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
wrecked along the coastline of the COURT IN AND FOR GULF
State of Mississippi by Hurricane COUNTY, FLORIDA. :
Camille which was at one time IN PROBATE,
predicted to come inland along IN RE: Estate of
Florida's Gulf Coast, and WILLIE LYMAN DURANT,
WHEREAS, this Grand Jury, hav- Deceased.
ing shared with the other citizenry NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER
of this county the anxiety and con- OF ADMINISTRATION
corn caused by the antics of Hur- UNNECESSARY
ricane Laurie in the Gulf of Mex- All persons having claims or de-
ico and which hurricane was for mands against the estate of WIL-
awhile predicted to come inland LIE LYMAN DURANT, the above
along Florida's Gulf Coast, and named deceased, are hereby noti-
WHEREAS, these two hurricanes, fied that an order of administration
with the resulting rains and flood- unnecessary has been entered by
ing which caused inundation of the Honorable S. P. Husband, Coun-
escape routes, have brought for- ty Judge; that the total cash value
cibly to the attention of this Grand of said estate is less than Five
Jury the importance and necessity Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), ex-
for Gulf County to have a better elusive of property exempt under
organized and efficient Civil De- the Constitution and Statutes of the
fense program, and State, of Florida; and that the name
WHEREAS, this,,Grand Jury has and address of the person to whom
investigated thoroughly this coun- said estate has been assigned by
ty's Civil Defense program, and such order is as follows: Helen Liv-
finds that it has been a voluntary ingston Durant c/o William J. Rish,
Program; that the Civil Defense Attorney at Law, 303 Fourth Street,
Director. A. P. "Bob" Jackson. Port St. Joe, Florida.
along with a few volunteers and /s/ S. P. HUSBAND,
the help of local industry has done 4t County Judge 11-6
an excellent and commendable job
although severely handicapped by IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
lack of equipment and very limit- 14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ed funds from Gulf County with FLORIDA IN AND FOR
which to operate. GULF COUNTY.
NOW, THEREFORE, this Grand CASE NO. 3284
Jury respectfully, recommends to CIVIL ACTION
the Board of County Commission- LYDIA L. NABORS,
ers that: Plaintiff,
1. A Civil Defense Council whose -vs-
resuonsibilities will be to coordi- HARVEY L. NABORS,
nate the Civil Defense program of Defehdant
Gulf'County be established consist- NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY
ing of five members, to wit: TO: Harvey L. Nabors, Route 2, Fo-
a. A Civil Defense Director, ley, Alabama:
IWho will act as Chairman of the You are hereby notified that an
Council. action for divorce hag been filed
b. A representative from the against you and you are required
rity Council of the City of Port to serve a copy of your written de-
St. Joe. fenses, if any to it, on the plain-
c. A representative from the tiff's attorney, whose name and
City Council of the City of We- address is Silas R. Stone, 321 Reid
wahitchka. Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
d. A representative from the and file the original with the clerk
Board of County Commissioners. of the above styled court on or be-
e. A representative from the fore November 24, 1969: otherwise
Sheriff's Department. a judgement may be entered
2. The Board of County Commis- against you for the relief demand-
sioners should assume responsibil- ed in the complaint or petition.
ity for the maintenance of all Civil Witness my hand and the seal of
Defense equipment owned by the said Court on October 22, 1969.
county. This responsibility should GEORGE Y. CORE,
not be left to volunteers, but Clerk, Circuit Court,
should be delegated to the respon- (COURT SEAL) 4t-10-23
sible, paid employee such as the +
I Road Department superintendent CLASSIFIED ADS!
or other supervisory personal with
the ability and experience to main- Midget Investments That Y eid
tain same. Giant Returnsil
3. That obsolete or worn out
eouinment shofild be promptly re-
placed upon the, recommendation
of the Civil Defense Council. 7
4. That the Board of County
Commissioners should provide dry
storage areas for all county-owned
non-weatherproof Civil Defense
5. That the county communica- -
tions facilities be improved so that
they can adequately meet all emer-
gency communications require-
ments of the county. That where
possible, the Sheriff's Department, U
the Mosquito. Control Department, '***
the Road Department communica- '"*. *.
tions equipment be coordinated and *
set up so that they can be in in- h
stant communication. These- are
6. That all ;emergency power Danger
generating equipment should be Dan g
started and run under load on reg- Readings
ularly scheduled intervals to in-
sure that the equipment will al- for Batteries
ways perform under emergency ..
7. That bonded auxiliary depu-
ty sheriffs should be appointed to **
assist the Civil Defense Depart-
ment during periods of emergen- Wha,
cy, as recommended by the Civil What hot weather starts, cold
Defense Council. weather finishes both extremes
8. That a more generous budget drainbattery power. But before
should be appropriated in the fu- you fill the air with electrifying
S he e nf h C oaths, see us for a checkup of
tref h oratonoft hyour starting and charging system.
Defense Department. We'll find the real trouble, with-
tional plans should be updated.
10. That the Board of County t oattery trouble is
Commissioners should petition the your problem, we carry
Department of Transportation seek- finest NAPA bat-
ing the raising of the roal level in NAPA tries. There simply
the area of Cypress Creek and the snt a liner battery
edition made and we can
addition of conduits for proper prove it.
drainage during times of flooding.
11. That the Board of County
Commissioners should make every ST JOE AUTO
effort to secure a bridge across lT JUE AUT
the inland waterway at Overstreet _
adequate to maintain traffic over -.n
said waterway during periods of
emergency, as this is the only es-
For A Good Deal On
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THE STAR, Part St. Joe,I
PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1969
., WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW "Many Youths Trading Solid Values
U FYOUR PRESCRIPTION: For A Fleeting Philosophy" -Vickery
The himm body is an efficient organism ft ru s ke dock
work with each v part doing It job. Wh one of these
parts.lbaks down or a foreign substance atEacks, the body
reactsto the blow In a way all its own. Cheicals In the dis-
eased area begin Immediately to repair the break. Often
these are not enough and chemicals from other part of the
body are utilized. When this happens a chemical Imbalance
is caused. Your doctor examines you to determine the
amount anti type of chemicals Involved. He may feel It nec-
essary to add chemicals to your system In erder to defeat
the disease...this is a prescription By hls diagnosis he
can determine which chemicals will do you the most good.
Some 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 use yours.
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices:
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
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"Many youth today trade every their personal honor, belief in God a n e r m a n enrlIV l I re n
value they have in search of some-, and love of country. Lan be Perm anently J ure
thing solid, only to wake up one One of the hedges of trading for
day,and find they had what they Isomething of less value than the An interesting program on drugs also said, that in his opinion, alco- LSD and marijuana. "People try to-
Vickery Boy Scout Executive for things they already have is know- and their effects on people was hol should be listed as a depres- tell you that marijuana isn't any
the GulfBoy ScouDist used thisve f ing how to select friends. The kind presented to the Kiwanis Club sant drug and treated just as the worse than a during of liquor, but
the Gulf Sands District used this of friends a youth has are very im- Tuesday by Willis Booth of the law treats the other depressants. marijuana will affect some people
subject in developing a very time-, portant. An important question to Florida Bureau of Law Enforce- He said there are six million peo- just like LSD", Booth said. "The
tary Cluband interesting talk toy. ask about one's own yduth is "Do ment. ple hopelessly addicted to alcohol- biggest trouble with LSD", Booth
tarythey know how to choose friends Both listed three types of drugs ic beverages in the U. S. today. He said, "is the genetic problem, along
Vickery started by saying that A youth should also be cogni that are commonly being mis-used pointed out that all of the depres- w i t h the hallucinations which
Boy Scouts enjoy trading patches zant youth should he also his health- by addicts today, depressants, stim- sant drugs create a physical de- cause a person to tend to self
at camp and meetings, but all Boy zant of what he t.ades. h health ulants and hallucinogens. Booth al- pendance upon them for the user. destruction, among other things".
Scouts had patches they wouldn'tare of value only to him", ickery so pointed out that drug abuse was The stimulants include the pep "One of the biggest dangers of
trade for one reason or another. said. "Youth today are being asked never an acute problem with ,law pills, barbituates and other stimu- drug usage", the speaker said "is
The object of his comparison was today to trade their body and their enforcement until three or four plants. These aren't particularly ha- that of those who take the cure,
that it is a parent's duty to instill health for the temporary sensations years ago, when they became the bit forming, but they create psy- only 10% never return to drugs.
values in their children which they I given by dope, alcohol, etc., and favorite of the hippy an s ecological problems that make a Thus, an addict stands an excellent
will consider long and hard before the youth should weigh, carefully, youth movements. user crave thpillschance of being an addict to his
trading it off for something else. what he is receiving for the terri- The commonest depressants are
fic price he is paying". opiom, codene and heroin. Booth Included in-the hallucinogens are grave."
As examples, Vickery stated that \_
young people are challenged every The speaker pointed out that
day to trade off family values they everyone wanted to be different,
have learned at home. Some of the just as "different" items are col- r
values they should never trade are lectors items. "But why trade ev- I f
different", he asked. "Being differ- Ca s s f
New and Used ent is not bad or illegal", Vickery
said, "if we trade what we have in
DAVID BROWN stability, honor, family, etc., for
something better rather than bar-
TRACTORS 'gain away our values on the trash
being offered to the youth today."
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Rotarian Tom Ford as a new mem-
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Guests of the club were Jim
Moore of Panama City and C. T.
i Alexander of Memphis, Tenn.-
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THE AMERICAN LEGION, meel-
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and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
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