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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the- Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970 NUMBER 23
SLegislators "Feel the Pulse"
In Hearing Here Monday Nite
Gulf County requested that
the local delegation vote against
any, ills for county consolida-
R tion, City of Port St. Joe re-
.qu four-laning' of Highway
90 adWewahitchka requested
That ork be continued on State
SRo .42 at-a Legislative hearing
I at Gulf County Courthouse
Senator W. E. Bishop of Lake
-City -.and Representatives John
: Robert Middlemas and Joe Chap-
nan 'obf Panama City were pres-
Kent tf hear any requests for new
Ilegisihtion and discuss proposed
*.,.bills. ith the dozen or so citi-
. zenslmd local government offi-
'e ars present. Representative
Middlemas presided over the
Clerk of the Court, George Y.
jCore represented the county and
made the request for opposition
to consolidation. Core also re.
quested-that no .further limita-
tions.,be -applied to funds avail-
able for county tax purposes. All
of the delegation said they would
support these two requests.
Tom Coldewey and Bob Fox
represented the City of Port St.
Joe requesting four leaning for
Highway 98. Fox also requested
the Legislators to use their in-
fluence to prevent the Board of
Air and Water.Pollution Board
being tied onto the Board of
Tom McDaniell, Mayor of We-
wahitchka presented hip request
for more work on SR 22 and a
bridge across the Apalachicola
River at the etid of 22. The dele-
gation pointed out the remote
possibilities of this 'by stat-
ing that only $7 million was
available for roads in this entire
district next year, and the bridge
alone, would take more money
Mrs. W. B. Simmons requested
,the delegation to do what they
, could to adequately fund the li-
brary system, stating that prom-
.ised state matching funds had
been very short. Rep. Chapman
School 'Board Takes Care of Variety
Of Business In Delqyed Meeting
A meeting of the Gulf Cod ty ,' operating satisfactorily. .
- School Board, postponed f6k*. ki,.. The Boad approved the ex-
Sweek.due to illness of mhem.be, | polling of Rchard Owens f-.We-
.was held Tuesday with a light wahitchka for the remainder ,E
.agenda taken care of. t.- the. present school term.fpr in.
The, Board received a siI ,i" stigating, an incident at a baa-
of their utility costs from at -. ketball game in Wewahitchka re-
dependent survey firm wl-i ,. cently.
stated, that all utility ch.3 5, 'The City-.'b Port St. Joe yvas
made' against the school granted easement tp property on
at fair rates. which the sewer lift station, serv-
The report showed that ,the bing thd- new schooll i. located.
charges were within the limits The property Is twned,. by the
allowed by law. School Board
The Board authorized that bids
be let for furniture for the jew
Port St. Joe High School which --
is nearing completion and -'ll ',- ..
be occupied next fall. e -
Any local firm which desires
to bid may secure a bid list
from the office of the Superin- --
A report from the boiler in- -
spectors of the State of Florida
reported that all boilers were ,
Meet; Members IN.
Te County Commission did
not meet in its regular session
Tuesday, due to inability to get
a quorum present. Three of the
Board members are ill.
The next regular meeting of
the Board will be held on Thurs-
day, February 26 at 7:30 p.m.
' Last Rites for
Daniel E. Wood
Funeral services for Daniel El-
ton (L.) Wood, 75, were held at.
3:00 p.m. Tuesday from the High-
land View Church of God with
Rev. Robert Cary conducting. In-
terment followed in Holly Hill
Wood died Sunday in a Pana-
ma City hospital following a
lengthy illness. Wood had lived
here for many' years, following'
the fishing and, boat building
Grandsons served as active
pallbearers. Honorary bearers
were Harley Roberts, Walter
Roberson, P. T. McCormick, Ches-
ter Adams, Fred Maddox and
SHe is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Elizabeth Wood of Highland
View; seven sons, M. C. W6od of
Port St. Joe, L. C. Wood of St.
Joe Beach,and Lynn Wood, Gabe
Wood, Cicero Wood, Carl Wood
and Max Wood, all of Highland
SView; one daughter, Mrs. Edna
Gargus, Eufala, Ala.; 30 grand-
children and 20 great grandchil-
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
Eight kids on a car, makes for a fast wash
job. The kids, all members of the High School
Band, earned $95.00 washing cars last Saturday
for enough money to purchase one new band
For Brooks Infant
Funeral services for infant
girl Brooks were held Tuesday
morning at 10:30 a.m. in grave-.
side rites at Holly Hill Cemetery
with'Rev. Alan Price officiating.
The baby girl passed away Mon-
day morning at Municipal Hos-
Survivors include parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Brooks and a
brother, Timothy Brooks, all of
White City; paternal grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brooks
of Birmingham, Ala., and mater-
nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Hewitt of Marianna.
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
said he thought the library fund-
ing would be doubled on the
state level next year, which
would give all counties more
state money for this purpose.
(Gulf County received approxi-
mately $2,800 last year to go
with $18,000 in local funds).
Hughey Williams requested
that the proposed park for re-
tarded people on St. Joseph Pe-
ninsula be assigned to. some "d-
partment so that work could kbr-
ceed after plans are cdmpletLd.'
Williams stated that' the Ii.vi-
sion of Retardation could 'nqt
assume ownership of a park nfna
the Park Board has not assumed
the facility, either. Chapman st4-
ted that he would try to get the ,
Park Board to assume ownership
so that work could proceed.
Other items discussed were
the need for bridge repairs at
Highland View, making tax col-
lections by the City permissive,
and a general discussion by the
Legislators on several matters to
come before the 1970 session.
In St. Joe Bay
Dredging operations in iSt. Jo-
seph Bay near St. Joseph's Point
has been halted for about threb
weeks for repairs to be made th
the dredge. ba
The dredge, operated by JahA
ke Dredging Service was dani-"
aged in high seas and winds last,
week end and towed to Pensacola
Repairs are scheduled to 'be
completed this week, but the
dredge .will do a small emergen-.
cy job in Destin before return-
"Our Best Asset Is A Very
Nice Town" Freeman Says
Bob Freeman, new president
of the Port St. Joe-Gulf County
Chamber of Comnmerce told the
100-members and guests present
at Tuesday night's annual meet-
ing that "the most important
thing we have gding for us is
thaf we are a friendly town with
beaches, huning, fishing and
)arks"., He als [pointed to the
future asset a golf course
.Which is pres etly in the mak-
Frieeman said, "Every forward-
.ookibg community needs the
&'iinistrations iChamber of Com-
Ajerce offers. We can't afford to
tld up, just kebp the doors open
Waiting for opportunity, nor
should we strive to become a me-
tropolis. The answer lies some-
where in between with a solid,
friendly town that offers ade-
quate services and recreation for
its people. What we already have
and the new high school nearing
completion is a good start."
"This is a very nice town", he
aid,' "and we should use this
selling point more often and use
or Chamber of Commerce to
Jep it so".
SR. H. Elzey, in retiring as pres-
ident after two years of service
pointedd to a need of the people
. back the Chamber better
Shn in the past. "We have run
' the red during the past year"
Uzey said, "and, of course, we
*b't keep this up. He called for
Sore cooperation and more mem-,
. rship in the year tqo come.
Other new directors installed
.ong with Freeman were Wes-
M'y R. Ramsey, Vice-President
and director; Wesley Thompson
and Charles Brock, directors. Al-
b on the Board are John Robert
Smith, Frank McDonald, Ellzey,
Freeman and Ralph Swatts, Jr.,
who is on the Board because of
his position as chairman of the
Retiring directors are W. C.
Roche, B. G. Buzzett and Silas
Dr. Richard Morley, President
of Gulf Coast Junior College de-
livered the main address of the
evening using as sub-topics, sue-
cess, sports, scandal, sex and Sal-
Morley used the humorous ap-
proach to point out our depend-
ence upon one another, our
proneness to talk more than we
act and to remember God, who
made it all possible.
Morley closed his remarks by
saying "Every man, just to sur-
vive needs a friend, a smile, a
handshake, a kind word for his
-lew Chamber President, Bob Frtiman, Dr. history presented to Morley Tuesday night at the
Richard Morley, goest speakerand^ out-ging annual meeting. The book will be placed in the,
'president Bob Elizey look over a book o Florida Gulf Coast Junior College library. -Star photo
Saddle Club Elects*
New Officer Slate,
The Constitution City Saddle
,Club met February 5 at the Fld"
ida Power Lounge and -el tI
The officers are as follows: C.
W. 'Roberts,. President; Char-:
maine Kramer, Vice-President;
Therman Jacobs, Secretary-,
Treasurer; David Rich, Betty
Rich, Carl Lee Williamson and
Jean McMillian, Directors.
A trail ride' is planned for
February 22. All Saddle Club
members and others interested in
becoming members are invited.
to meet at the Lions Club Horse
Arena at 1:00 p.m. .':
Meets Here Monday
The Directors of the 10 County
Development Commission will
meet here in Port St. Joe Mon-
day morning at 11:00 a.m., ac-
cording to Barry Boswell of Bon-
ifay, director of the Commis- i
sion. The meeting will be held
in the Florida First National
Two professors from the Uni-
versity of Florida will be pres-
ent to discuss economic data.
Local members on the Board
are Walter C. Dodson, Walter
Ghaham and Homer H. Wright.
Two Fire Calls
During Past Week
Two fire calls were answered
by the Port St. Joe volunteers
during the past week.
Tuesday night at about 9:30
p.m. an unoccupied house on
Third Street in Highland View
was slightly damaged by fire.
Last Friday night at 9:30 p.m.,
a brush fire was reported on
Monument Avenue behind the
Hubert Richards home in the al-
Jii toftin.Joins -
Floye Brewton, General Mana- .
get4f the St. Joe Paper Company
Container Division, located in
*Port St. Joe, announces the ap-
pointment of James Ikftin as
the plant's assistant sales man-
Mr, Loftin, Who was employed
by St. Joe Paper Company in
October of 1967, was a salesman
for the container division in the
Jacksonville area before his pro-
Loftin is married and has one
son. They now reside in Port St.
JAMES LOFTIN ,
Two Car Accident
Two automobiles collided Tuesday afternoon at 4:20 under
the stop light at the intersection of Fifth Street and Highway 98.
Police reports show that Gary W. Snodgrass of New Port Rich-
ey.was travelling South on 98 when Mrs. Alberta Chambers of Ave.
nue D, Port St. Joe, came out of Fifth Street, headed East, into the
path of Snodgrass' car. Both drivers said the light was green.
No injuries were reported and no charges filed.
uniform for the 1970 school year. The band
members have several other projects they will
be working at in the weeks to come in a drive
to purchase 100 new uniforms for the band.
Port St. Joe is the host school
for the Gulf Coost Conference
basketball, tournament w hi ch
gets under way in Port St. Joe
High School gymnasium tonight.
Madison and Wakulla will tip
off tonight, at 7:30 p.m. in the
only game to be played in the
First seeded Port St. Joe will
meet the winner of tonight's
game tomorrow night at 8:30.
Port St. Joe, Jefferson County
(Monticello) and Chipley, all
draw byes tonight. Jefferson and
Chipley will play tomorrow night
at 7:00 p.m.
The championship game ,will
be played Saturday night at
8:30 p.m. with the consolation
game proceeding the champion-
ship at 7:00 p.m.
During the regular season play
Port St. Joe has not lost to any
of the conference teams.
Admission for the tourna-
ment games will be $1.25 for
adults and 75c for students.
Rub- A -Dub-Dub
Port St. Joe Host to Gulf Conference
Cage Tournament Starting Tonight
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970
"New Look" for Band
The Band Parents kicked off a drive last week to,
raise enough money to purchase new uniforms for Port
St. Joe's High School Band for next year. The Band
.Parents have a goal of 100 new uniforms in sight and also
have a sizeable piece of money to start the ball rolling.
Through several projects and saving their money over
the past three or four years, the Band Parents have $3,000
on hand of the estimated $8,000 needed to purchase the
"new look" for the Band to put forth when they go into
the new school.
While the "new look" is a desire of pride to keep up
with the appearance of the new school, it'is also a necessity.
The old uniforms are now 12 years old, and most of them
have been altered every year. "A kid grows from one
year to another, and his uniform has to be let out. Or, a
uniform is assigned to a new kid coming into the band
and it must be altered to fit. The process has madethe
present uniforms pretty bedraggled at the seams.
New uniforms are a must to maintain any kind of a
In this first splurge of the uniform drive, nearly half
of them have already been pledged. But this doesn't mean
that-completion of the project will be easy. The remain-
ing half will be hard to come by, and it's going to take
the cooperation of-everyone in the town in this effort to
"keep Port St. Joe first".
We're appointing ourself official "drum beater" for
the project, so get ready, you're going to hear a lot about
The band students themselves, have already started
working toward the goal of new uniforms for the next
school year. All day Saturday, they washed cars, out
in the chilly weather, with cold water, to earn, enough. to
buy a uniform. With each uniform to cost about $80.00,
'that's 80 cars washed.
The kids have a lot of pride in their school now. The
atmosphere is good, at a time when many schools are in
a turmoil. Moving into a completely new building next
year, which is far superior to any school building seen
anywhere around here, this should increase their pride
in their school. A new set of band uniforms to add to
this situation, is a small price to pay for the rewards it
Don't wait for a personal invitation to join in this
project; .join in today in this investment for the future.
Governor Claude Kirk has put the thoughts of many
of us into action. True, he earned some Brownie points
for Claude Kirk in doing so, but he also has been success-
ful in drawing the attention of federal authorities to the
wishes of the people of Florida both black and white..-
We can discount the political benefits from his actions
right at the start, since such prestige would enure to any-
one who had put our words into action like Kirk did .
even had, it been Superintendent of Education Floyd
Christian or Attorney General Earl Faircloth.
Most everybody in the State was moaning and groan-
ing over the unfairness of students being forced to go to
schools they didn't care to attend and the implied necess-
ity-of transporting students by bus for great distances,
just to meet a formula, thus causing unnecessary expense
on the part of.school boards and unnecessary time wasted.
in rtavel on' the part of the student. The biggest hard-
ship, in our opinion, was in up-rooting students in the
middle of a school year.
Some have said Governor Kirk wouldn't be success-
ful in his fight to prevent wholesale busing to bring about
what HEW terms integration. Many said he w6uld fail
to even draw the attention of HEW, much less make any
changes in their dictation.
One thing is for certain, though, Kirk's actions have
caused others to demand action by their state officials in
this matter, all the way to Colorado. Wheil these voices
are joined together in chorus, some relief is bound to come.
We note that no state governments are trying to stop
integration, but all are beginning to band together to stop
a crash program in an- era when school districts all over
the nation are hard put to meet thebare needs, much less
put out the kind of money the dictates of HEW would
We would say that Kirk's action is another case of
the "silent majority" being heard;' The "silent majority"
made itself vocal recently and stopped wholesale criti-
cism of our government in its Vietnam program a
situation that we were in and so must do the best we can
We are in this integration program now,,and the great
majority doesn't want to turn back. But, such social
changes don't come overnight.
Both blacks and whites in the "silent majority" want
the integration program to be brought about in a methodi-
cal, orderly manner that will improve the education stan-
dards of blacks and whites alike, not cause a turmoil that
will rob the children of both races of a year of learning.
Too te To Classify
by RUSSELL KAY
Wouldn't it be' nice if our so-
.called scientists, biologists, doc-
-tors and other authorities-knew
:what they were talking about
:and could advise us intelligently?
It is getting so you just don't
know who to believe. New pro-
,ducts are placed on the market'
and sold at top prices to mil-
lions with the definite assurance
they will do this or that and
are safe to use. Then other au-,
thorities inform us later that'
such products are extremely dan-'
gerous' and should be used with
caution if at all.
In the last few years we have
been led to believe that a var-
iety of products were effective
in destroying bugs or vermin,
only to have other so-called au-
thorities come up with the infor-
mation that they are not harm-
less but extremely dangerous..
All of us have been victims
of this half-baked reasoning on
the part of those we have be-
lieved we could trust.
The "pill" was placed on the
market 'with tremendous bally-
hoo. It was the answer to our
over population problem and
heralded throughout the world.
Doctors, were fooled along with
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SUBSCrPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AADO CE
IN COUNTY ONK YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS, $'75 -REE MOS., 127.50
OUT OF OUNY ne Year, 4.00 OT OF U. One Year, .00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omminselons i advertisements, the pnblishetr
do pt bo14 themselves liable for damage further than amount received tor such
The spokenword is give scant attention the rinted wprd is thoughtfully
wsbihed. The poksn wod bary aer; hernd word thorough o-
,tneea 'l's spoken word Is loets the priated won 25biainL
the general population. Millions
started taking the "pill".
Substitutes for sugar' flooded
the market with the assurance
that they were safe to use and
would aid those suffering from
ailments that did not permit the-
use of raw sugar.
A big killer promoted by a
multi-million dollar corporation
assured us that by simply hang-
ing a repellant in a room it
would kill all insects in the
Millions of people, believing
the high powered advertising
and publicity campaign 'were led
to think that they could protect
their pets (dogs and cats) by
providing them with collars imn-
pregnated with this insecticide to,
free the animals from fleas and
Now we are told that all of
these products have side effects
or other disadvantages that
. make them dangerous to use.
| These are only a few exam-
ples of the problems the pub-
lic is up against. We believed
-the promotion and advertising
assuming that our health author-
ities in government would not
permit a dangerous product to
be placed on the market until
they had been thoroughly tested
as to safety. /
Now, after hundreds of mil-
lions of people have been duped,
because they believed the ex-
perts and fell for the high pres-
sure advertising, they don't know
where they stand when they
are told by other so-called au-
thorities that the products they
have been using are dangerous.
Your tax money and mine
have gone to pay the salaries of
,those bureaucrats ,who are sup-
posed to protect us. Were they
playing with paper., clips and
rubber bands in plush Washing-
ton offices when they permitted
the eager beavers in pursuit of
the dollar to lead us astray?
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
Medicare's "Open Season" is
now in full swing. It started on
January 1 and will last through
"This is a second chance for
those who failed to enroll for Med.
care at the time their 65th birth-
day arrived", Social Security Man.
ager Jack E. Snipes stated. Those
who fail to enroll within 90 days
of their 65th birthday month do
not'h ave another chance until the
"Open Season", which is the first
three months of each new year.
Two strikes are against these
late enrollees, according to Snipes.
They usually pay more for their
monthly premium than those who
enroll on time. Also the Medicare
protection cannot start until the
July following enrollment.
This "Open Season" is for the
part B applying to doctors', bills,
the Social Security Manager em-
phasized. "Enrollment for Part A
applying to hospital coverage may
take place at any time after the
person has reached the 65th birth-
day, or eve n the three months
before", he stated. Those who are
eligible for the Federal Employees
Health Benefits are disqualified
for the Part A, at well as aliens
who have been in this country less
than five years.
Anyone already signed up for
the doctors' part of Medicare will
not need to do anything. If ydu
have any questions about Medicarp
or social security, contact the local
social security office at 1135 Har-
rison Avenue, Panama City 32401.
The phone number is 763-5331. The
office is open Monday through
Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
except on national holidays.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
I had my annual invite to the football banquet Friday night
and enjoyed a delicious steak, along with about 50-60 other young
men and women and several older ones.
The first thing I saw on arriving at the high school cafeteria
were Dr. Bob King and "Skinny" Fite, standing at the corner of the
building talking about duck boxes, which Doe had dreamed up and
asked for "Skinny's" help in making. Doc called "Skinny" and
asked if he needed his help in their 'constrUction. "Skinny" told him
"heck no" (or words to that effect) "just stay out of my way and
I'll get the things built". They're going to put them in the Ball
Game Preserve for wood ducks to roost in.
I asked Doce and "Skinny" what they were doing at the foot-
ball banquet "what position did you play," I asked in all inno-
Again "Skinny" popped back (never at a loss for words) "Doc.
played 'throwback' and I played 'drawback' ".
They both had a good reason for being there. Doc handed
out prizes purchased for the coaches and "Skinny" escorted his wife
who is the Cheerleader sponsor.
Bud Whitehead, the featured speaker waxed eloquent about
how athletics teaches a boy to discipline himself .' put first
things first and in order and never ,shirk responsibilities, so to
Every once in a while, the,coaches would nod sage agreement-
like a Baptist deacon when the evangelist gets powerful. TheJ,$r
agreed with what Whitehead was saying.
At the end of the affair, all "four coaches were presented with
a golf bag and a set of clubs as a token of appreciatiomn
, After the affair broke up, one coach approached the other (Ill 4
leave them nameless on purpose) and said, "Coach, what say we
postpone baseball practice in the morning", all the while he was
practice swinging one of his new clubs.
Whitehead's message may have reached the boys, but it didn't
get beyond the "nodding stage" with the coaches.
Rev. Millard Spikes was on hand at the City Commission meet-
ing Tuesday night to pray over the Commissioners before they
started. the meeting. One minister is there for every meeting and
it was Spikes' turn Tuesday.
In the few minutes before the meeting started, Clerk Charles
Brock (himself, a Methodist) look around the room, and remarked to
Spikes, "better watch out preacher, there are four'Baptists here
and only two of us Methodists".
Spikes was ready. He folded his arms, gave Charlie a consol-
ing look andsaid, "Don't let that worry you, son it usually
takes more Baptists than it does Methodists".
I don't know if he was referring to "heaven" or "getting the
job done". He never did elaborate.
NEWSPAPER HEADLINE: "Newspapers Prevent More Divorces
Than College". So, there is something to be said for the old man
reading the paper at the breakfast table he can't start (or con-
tinue) an argument while reading the paper.
I I j I r"'uu As Gomer would say, "Surprise! Surprise" Jack Eckard has
4 Future!, finally decided to run for Governor, after a month of news stories
saying he was "trying to make up his mind".
IF YOU DON'T SEE. IT ASK FOR IT!
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Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 12, 13, 14
Round, White Yellow
POTATOES -- 10 Ibs. 49c ONIONS ---3 lbs. 39c
Fresh Florida Firm Head /
ORANGES --- -5 ibs. 49c LETTUCE head 19c
WITH $7.50 ORDER or MORE
Maxwell House INSTANT
10 Ib. bag 99c
2 OZ. JAR
First Cut Center Cut
PORK CHOPS------b. 69c PORK CHOPS Ib. 89c
FROSTY MORN BUDGET
Sliced BACON Ib. 49c
COPELAND TENDERIZEED SHANK 'a or WHOLE 9 to 14 Lb. Avg.
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ALWAYS LOW PRICES ON OUR GOOD QUALITY BEEF -
Tender, Delicious Brisket
Sidloin STEAK ------Ib. 98c STEW BEEF -------b. 29c
Shoulder Good Beef
Round ROAST --- 1b. 79c 7-Bone STEAK -----b. 69c
Kirk Starts Something
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970
The Story of The Fishing Schooner
Lavinia That Sailed In St. Joe Bay
by ZEKE STEPHENS
The fishing schooner, Lavinia,
was built around 1900. The bow
sprint included, she was 50 feet
long. She was built in Parker,
using wooden pegs instead of
nails. At that time nails were
hard to get Her center board was
eased inside her hull and was
around 10 feet long and about
-four feet wide. It could be rais-
ed-and lowered, but was lowered
when sailing to keep her from
drifting. She was built for com-.
mercial fishing and was a splen-
did Lsailing boat.
Around 1910 a two cylinder
engine was installed and with
sails and power she could make
fairly good time.
Her main fishing grounds were
in St. Joe Bay. I started fishing
on this boat August of 1912 when
the season began. One time we
stopped at Eagle Harbor and
made a sein haul. During the
haul an electric fish struck me
on the leg and knocked me down.
I got up seeing stars, then the
haul went on.
One time when we were in
St. Joe Bay making a sein haul
we noticed a fish hawk carrying
a large trout in his claws. He got
excited and dropped the fish in
our net. Well that was'more fish
for the fisherman.
We fished St. Joe' Bay over
many times. One of the most ex-
citing things that happened was
our experience with a shark. We
were fishing and noticed a large
leopard shark playing around our
boat. I was in the sein boat that
was tied along side the schooner
gutting fish and washing them
over-oabrd in a large hoop net
getting ready to salt them. There
was about 30 pounds of fish in
the net. All of a sudden that
shark threw his tail out of the
water and wet me all over, struck
my net and took the net, fish
and all. When I came to, I was
sitting straddle of the boom up
on the schooner. We had anoth-
er wash net so I used it to fin-
Lavinia Brings In A Big Catch of Fish
Liberate.yourself from hours of bend-
and-stretch at the clothesline. Turn
that time into leisure time with an
electric clothes dryer. Do the things
you want to do.
Consider your peace of mind, too.
You're secure in the knowledge that
your,. clothes are safely tumbling in
controlled, flame-free heat. And an
electric clothes dryer costs less to
buy, and has fewer moving parts for
you to worryabout.
Assert your independence. Let your
.clothes take a tumble, and the others
go hang. See your electric appliance
helping to build better communities
ish up. That night we baited a
large shark hook, threw it out,
and coiled a large line on the
stern and tied it to the mast.
It wasn't long till we had a bite
and hooked him. He played that
boat like a cork. We finally
pulled him close enough and the
captain shot him with a 10 guage
shotgun. We .measured him and
he was 16 feet long. We cut the
jaws out of him and they would
drop over a 200 pound man and
never touch him. It had seven
rows of teeth and was the largest
shark I have seen in St. Joe Bay.
We made a haul in Ship Yard
Hole once in the winter and
caught 500 pounds of the larg-
est trout I have ever seen. An-
other time we caught 700 pounds
of pompano at St. Joe Point. An-
other time we also caught 5,000
pounds of Spanish mackerel.
There were lots of turtles in
St. Joe 'Bay. Some of them
weighed over 200 pounds. We
.would catch them and butcher,
cutting the large pieces out and
sun drying them in the rigging.
No salt was needed. It could be
cooked any way you wanted. We
sometimes pickled it. There are
still some green sea turtles in
St. Joe Bay. near Old Town.
We were on our way home
from St. Joe when this catch of
fish that. is in the picture, was
made. We were shorbt,handed as
two of the crew had quit at St.
Joe. This picture was taken No-
vember 23. 1912. This boat, the
Lavinia, was torn up by the
September storm in 1917. She
was washed into the, railroad
docks in St. Joe and lost.-
K- --:,---- H
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C 1A,T TER
by FLORIDA POWER CORP.
Let's add variety to our meal
with some easily and quickly pre-
pared barbequed pork ribs. Have
your pork ribs cut into serving
portions and quickly combine the
ingredients for this delightful bar-
beque sauce. Green bean almon-
dine ,potato salad, and sherbet may
complete this delicious meal.
EASY BARBEQUED RIBS
4 pounds pork ribs
%M cup condensed hickory smoke
% cup chopped onion '
1 8-oz. can tomato sauce with
.' cup water
S1cup brown sugar
4. cup lemon juice '
3 tablespoons Worcestershire
2 tablespoons prepared mustard
2 teaspoons salt ,
ti teaspoon pepper
Steam the pork ribs in salted
water for one hour. Remove from
the water and drain. Combine the.
chopped onion, tomato sauce with
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mushrooms, water, brown sugar,
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salt and pepper in a sauce pan.
Let simmer for 15 minutes uncov-
ered. Place the ribs on rack of the
broiler pan. Brush with the con-
densed hickory smoke and barbe-
que. Broil in your electric range
for 10 minutes by placing the
broiler pan about six inches from
the electric element. Turn the oven
to the broil position. Leaving the
oven door slightly ajar, broil ribs;-
turn ribs and brush with the hick-!
ory smoke and barbeque sauce.!
Broil six minutes. Remove from
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Serve hot with additional barbe-
Makes 4-6 servings.
Washington Honor Roll
Washington High School Princi- Students making all A's and B's
pal Edwin Williams, this week an- for the first semester were:
nounced the third six-week honor
roll students for the school. They Sixth Grade-Barbara Nelson,
are as follows. CYnthia Y. Barnes and Fredda De-
Fourth Grade-Sedrick Baker. Seventh Grade-Charolette Phil-
Fifth Grade--Sonja Robinson.
Sixth Grade-Hattie Person, Lin-
da Riley, Barbara Nelson and Cyn-
Seventh Grade-Charolette Phil-
Eighth Grade-Phillip Hunter
and Ray Bolden.
Tenth Grade-Cherry Smith.
Eleventh Grade-Charlene Tho-
Eighth Grade-Phillip Hunter. One student made all B's for the
Eleventh Grade-Cora Wyatt. first semester, Clotel Williams of
Twelfth Grade-Clarence Davis. the ninth grade.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE .
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12 1970
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970
Swatts and Par er.. g 0 b .
Joe Furniture was Sue with her
421 series and a 179 game. Doris
had the high game of 157 and Pat-
by had a 378 series for Swatts and
St. Joe Kraft took all four of
the marbles from AN Railroad with
Ruby Lucas being high for St. Joe
Kraft with a 507 series and a 199
game. Ann was high for AN with
a 418 series and a 158 game.
Lanes 5 and 6 saw Florida First
National Bank take all four from
Williams Alley Kats. Anna rolled
a 497 series and Lois shot a 189
game for the bankers. Eleanor had
a 376 total and Nancy a 146 game
fl for the Alley Kats.
Pete Weed got their books ad-
justed by taking all four games off
St. Joe Stevedores. Dot Creamer
had a 191 game and Shirley a 435
series for Pete Weed. High for the
Stevedores was Loyce with a 428
series and a high game of 165.
High bowler for the night was
Ruby Lucas with her fine 507 ser-
ies and a high game of 199.
We would like to welcome Ruby
Lucas and Betty Bowington to the
Standings W L
St. Joe Kraft ----.. --- 53 23
Florida First Nat. .... 50 26
St. Joe Stevedores _- 45%_ 30%
Williams Alley Kats 39 37
Pete Weed Aect. _- 29Y/46B
A C Richard Ray
Now n Vietnam
VIETNAM-Airman First Class
Richard L. Ray, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Ray of II Duval St.,
Port St. Joe, is on duty at Bien
Hoa Air Base, Vietnam.
AirmanRay yis an administrative
specialist with a unit of the Pa-
cific Air Forces, headquarters for
air operations in Southeast Asia,
the Far East and the Pacific area.
The airman, who previously ser-
ved at Langley AFB, Va., is a 1966
graduate of Port St. Joe., High
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 16
Tuesday, February 17
Ham and potatoes, buttered spin-
ach, hot biscuits, butter, jelly and'
Wednesday, February 18
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and dills, co-
conut pudding, butter and milk.
Thursday, February 19
Chicken and rice, snap beans,
k carrot sticks, peach cobbler, white
bread, butter and' milk.
Friday, February 20
Shepherd'&pie, steamed cabbage,
spiced beets, hot biscuits, butter,
syrup .and milk.
3 popular patterns, that are safe in-
dishwashers & cups are stain re-
sistant. Geniune Melamine has a 2 CUT
yearwarranty againstbreaking, chip- --
Sping & cracking.
48 QT. PLASTIC 20 GAL PLASTIC
SWINGTOP TRASH CAN
Tough Plastic waste can in Durable heavy rib plastic
newest decorator colors. Lim- trashcan with- lock lid &
it one. handles. .
Last upto 5timas
longer than ordi-
nary lamps. 40,-
60,- 75,- & 100
4 colorful bins a
with air-tight co- fl
vers that revolve a
Each set is col-t 8
50PC.FLATWARE 5PC.DRAIN SET
Stainless steel :
rusts or tarish- ...
es. Service for 8 -
in beautiful rose
rack, drain mat, ue 4
cutlery .holder, .
sink strainer&- h 2-R
piece soap dish.
--- ---- -. fices That Please God'. us and apply. And this convention"
wanians Hear Jehovah W witnesses Will Meet I.n Robert H.Peavey, residing min- Peavey contued,will be noex
B w lin. -About Pol ution Co v ninI P r WS t. Joe i s Mister of the Apalachicola congre- ception. From the chairman's wel-
< W A out Pollutlon g~ station of Jehovah's Witnesses in come to the grand climax, the pro-
a-n C Ronventl n-i n Port St. Joe This lMonth commenting on the program's val- gram promises to be stimulating
-- .. -- .. "Man and his activities are the n lue, quoted a delegate to a recent and instructive."
n *mainw fatorlive in pHarold Quacke t nbs worldsh The Watchtower Bible and Tract better ministers. Thus we can more Witness convention. "The program The Apalachicola congregation
SfSwe live ". uHarold Qucenbush- Society officially announced this effectively offer our sacrifice of was so full of practical things- is serving as convention host and
** told the^ Kiwanis Club m Tuesday. week plans to sponsor a three-day praise to God. In fact, the conven- things we could take home with extends this special invitation.
"Increases in population and in ministerial training program for tion's theme is .'Sacrifices That
man's activities have increased the Jehovah's Witnesses from this Please God.'"
S" pollution rate to the point whete area. The 16-congregation meet is In further explanation, he added:
BOWLERS SAY THANKS Swatts and Parker 25 51 many citizens are now concerned scheduled for February 27-March "The apostle Paul makes clear at
TO MERCHANTS AN Railroad --------17 59 about the problem" the speaker i in Port St. Joe's Centennial Build- Hebrews 13:15 that the Christian's
said, "so now we are beginning to ing. sacrifice of praise is the 'fruit of l
We wish to acknowledge our Gulf County Men's League take steps toward its correction." Walte R. Wisan, district su- the lips which make public declar- u**
thanks to the merchants of Port Glnf C uny thM ens Lf Quackenbush said that by the pervisor for Jehovah's Witnesses ation to God's name.' I
St. Joe who donated money to help e season and Monday eight it time people are concerned enough in the southeastern United States "We want our public declaration
us with our entry fee in the 1970 the seasonand Monday night it about something like pollution to and principal program speaker, to be of the highest quality. Just
Florida Women's Bowling Associa- went as ows: desire action, the correction of the discussed the meeting's purpose: as in ancient Israel the offerings
tion, Inc., tournament, which will Lanes 1 and 2 saw St. Joe Lanes problem is usually a long, expen- "Since every Witness is a minister, of the people had to be supervised ,
months of April and May. We will points. Lamar Butts had a 511 ser- takes three steps", he said, "first cially designed to help us become to be sure they met Jehovah's re- ..T fJ c .o ?
be bowling on April 25 and 26. ies and 224 game for St. Joe Lanes esthetic pollution, where the sur- T quirements for each particular sit- V- FROM
]with Jim Flint adding a 507 series. rounding become displeasing to quiemnt for exahplarieculi O 4 FROM
We are g9ing under the team1Jimmy Costin led his team with the eye and noseethe ds'anunusable G p Prg uation. For example, a pigeon could soLV/N
name of "City of Port St. Joe". We a 42G. i n hSing not be offered where a young goatfl G
deep appreciate each and every On lanes 3 and 4, Team No. 6 It is hee ad ng the At nL rve ChurLL was prescribed. Also, a lame and "
one lpt the following merchants: et is somewhere between the sec- vAT u rove Churc." otherwise valueless animal could -
So ng m four from, he SJ M ond and third steps where people not be presented if the offerer had *
tts aid Parker Motor Co., wrights. David Roche led Team No. demand action," he said. Rev. Clayton Wilkinson, astor somethingbe presenter offer.orres
Rich's IGA, Roche Furniture and 6 with a 513 series. SJPC Mill- Quakenbush said that locally, of the Oak Grove Assembly of God somtingy tbe we sof d be Cr
Appliances, Hughey Williams Gar- wrights were led by Red Todd with St. Joe Paper Company is nearing Church, announced this week that pon ing to ay, we should be an-
bage Service, Dot's Bakery, George a 442. completion of installation of its a gospel sing and special services fearing to hovah the sacrifice of
G. Tapper, Shirley's Bar and Cafe, Lanes 5 and 6 had the Shirt and pollution control machinery. The will be held Sunday, February 15 praise that is commensurate with
Smithis Pharmacy, Lucille's Beau- Trophy Center taking all four from apparatus to control water pollu- at 6:00 p.m. in the Church audi this ability. And that is one of the
Ay. Shop, The Star, Piggly Wiggly, Campbell Drugs. Robert Montgom- tion is already in operation and torium. main purposes of the forthcoming
St. Be Hardware Co., Standard ery was the only man on his team the mill now complies with all The Assembly Gospel Singers Port St. Joe conference. Kind, val- oPo
Oil Bulk Plant, Western Auto As not rolling a 500. O. D. Strickland state and federal regulations. With- will be in charge of the program, uable and loving instruction will '
sociate ,Store, Beaman's Plumbing had a 540, Joe Davis a 511 and Tal in six months the air pollution ma- Other singers will be present and be given from the pages of God's
Service Kennedy Electric and Re- Preston a 512. Ralph Ward led chinery will be in operation, mak- performing also. Word, the Bible, thereby enabling FLORIDA FORESTRY ASSOCIATION
frigeration and Palace Barber Campbeul;s with a 494. ing themillone of the first paper Everyone is invited to attend each worshiper to present Sacri-
Sho On lanes 7 and 8, Richs IGA ls i the nation to comply with Everyone is invited to attend, each worshiper to present 'Sacri-
Shop. On lanes 7 and 8, Rich's IGA mills in the nation to comply with
We hope we can do a good job took all four from Pepk's Temko all anti-pollution directives.
of representing our city. Thanking with Jim Stengele leading Rich's "St. Joe Paper has been far Spectacular S'miJ-Annual
all of you again, we are, with a 570 series and Wayne Ernst ahead of the rest of the paper in- Super Savings
Sincerely, added a 542 series. Charles Arrant; dustry in installing pollution con- Sale Event gh R
Doris Strickland led Peak's with a 423. trols", Quackenbush said. "As. a
Loyce Beaman Standings W L matter of fact, we have been used,
Eleanor Williams Rich's IGA -.... 61% 22% as a model and pilot plant in many
Nancy Mock Shirt and Trophy-- 56 32 instances".
Norma Hobbs Costin's 55 38 All paper mills in the state
Judy Barbee Campbell's Drugs 50% 37% must comply with the pollution
--- Team No. 6 -.. 41% 46% laws by 1973. "
Gulf County -Ladies League SJPC Millwrights .. 40 44 Guests of the club were Key TH, RS.
On lanes 1 and 2, St. Joe Furni- St. Joe Lanes .--- 26% 61% .Clubbers Henry Boone and Charles F RI
ture took three out of four from Peak's Temko---- 17 71 Britt. B
I I st EQUALITY
W411- ~s --r
oft St. Joe, Fla. 82456THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970
._aGESIX "' rTHE STAR, P
Mrs. Thomas R. hlips, mother of the hon-. Bert Shipman, grandmother of the groom-elect.
oree, Miss Janice Phillips, honoree, Mrs. W. 0. Not pictured, but receiving guests, was Mrs. W.
6atfhey, Jr., mother. t the groom-elect and Mrs. 0. Cathey, Sr., grandmother of the groom-elect.
Ho nored At Shower
The Highland View Church of
God will have open house Sunday
afternoon from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
for the new pasipage which has
recently been completed.
All friends of the church and.
its pastor, Rev. and Mrs. Robert
Cary, are invited to attend.
Stork Shower Hono
A stork shower honored Mrs. Barbara Creel
recently ini the Florida Power Corporation lounge;
HostesS for the occasion were Mrs. Mattie
Bray, Mrs. Nora Gibbs, Mrs. Judy Stockton and
Mrs. Glenda Butler.
)rs Mrs. Wayne Creel
The honoree was the recipient of many lovely
and useful gifts. Many friends called during the
appointed hours. Cake and punch were served to
all who attended.
Shown above, left to rOght, are Mrs..Matte
Bray, Mrs. Creel, the honoree and Mrs, Nora Gibbs.
I Miss Janice Phillips was hon-
- .pred ,Saturday, February.7 with
,a tea 'from three. toe five- at the
home of Mrs. Gannon Buzzett.
Hostesses were Mrs. tfubert Rich-
ards, Mrs. Norton Kilbourne, Sr.,
Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson and
M&rs. Buzzett. I
The color scheme of green and
white was used throughout the
home with green tinted mums
end white shasta daisies decorat-
ing thd party tables.
Guests calling during the cho-
sen hours were received by Miss
Phillips, Mrs. Thomas R. Phillips,
mother of the honoree, of Brook-
haven, Mississippi Mrs. W. 0. Ca-
they, Jr., mother of the groom;
Mrs. Bert Shipman, Memphis,
Tennessee, grandmother of the
groom and Mrs. W. 0. Cathey,"
Sr., paternal grandmother of the
The bride-elect was radiantly
attired in a grey party dress
trimmed in ecru lace, with
matching accessories and wore a
corsage of shasta daisies.
Presiding at the coffee service
was Mrs. W. J. Rish and Mrs.
C. M. Parker, Jr., serving punch
was Mrs. Charles Thomas and
Mrs. Larry Davis. Also assisting
in caring for the guests were
Miss Nancy Richards and Mrs.
The honoree was presented a
silver cream and sugar set by
Keeping the guest book was
Miss Janie Cathey, Miss Susan
Phillips, Brookhaven, Mississippi
and Miss Nancy Abstein of Tal-'
Miss Phillips will become the
bride of William Allen Cathey on'
Sunday, March 1, in Brookhaven,
SMRS. LILA SMITH
Mrs. Lila Smith has been chosen by the members of her soror-
ity, Eta Upsilon Chapter "f Beta Sigma- Phi to represent them as
their Valentine Queen.
Lila will be crowned Saturday night at the annual Valentine
Ball in Panama City. She has been a member of Beta Sigma Phi
for the past two years. Very active in her sorority, she has served
on the Ways and Means Committee and is presently serving as His-
torian and Publicity Chairman.
Married to Milo Smith, they have one daughter, Allison, who
is two years old. Lila is employed by the. St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company in the Traffic Department. She is also presi-
dent of, the Port St. Joe Jayceettes and. is a member of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church.
Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter Meets
In the Home of Mrs. Elva Jones
The Xi Epsilon Kappa chapter the closing ritual. The hostess
of Beta Sigma Phi met February 3 then served refreshments.
at the home of Elva Johes. The -"
vice-president, Sissy FarHis, con-
ducted the business meeting in the BARRIERS HAVE GUESTS
-absence of the president.
Program chairman, Greta Free- r and Mrs-. W. W. Barrier, Sr.,
man announced that the next meet- have had as their guests, Mr. and
ing will be held Monday, February Mrs. John William Brown and Mr
16, at the home of Ann Pridgeon. and Mrs.;Roy Tranzler Helms of
The program will be presented by Wheaton, IlL They are now en-
'June Gay. .route to Miami
The social chairman,; Martha
Sanborn, presented a tentative out- CARD OF THANKS
line for the socials for the remain-
ingimonths in this year. The Valen- The Port St. Joe High School
tine Ball will be held Saturday in Band would like to thank Mr. Char-
Panama City' and everyone was lie Brock and the people of Port
encouraged to attend. St. Joe who helped us with the car
At the conclusion of the busit- wash Saturday, February 7.
ness meeting, the. program was We were able to earn enough to
presented by Dot Grossman on purchase a uniform, and we ap-
Bantu Africa. She used several preciate it.
film strips in her presentation. PqRT ST. JOE
The meeting was adjourned with HIGH SCHOOL BAND
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WE SALUTE THE BOY SCOUTS
ON' BOY SCOUT WEEK
On January 1 of last year BOYPOWER
'76 was launched. It is a new long range
program-that will carry through `1976 -
the 200th -anniversary of our nation. We
salute _tii Scouts for the great project
they. have begun.
r at Fl ORT ST. JOE
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Miss Everton 'In
College "Who's Who"
GAINESVILLE-Miss Muriel A.
Everton of Mexico Beach has been
named to "Who's Who Among Stu-
dents in American 'Junior. Coll-
eges," according to Santa Fe Junior
College Vice President, Clifford R.
Dr. LeBlanc said 26 Santa Fe stu-
dents were selected on the basis
of scholarship, leadership, citizen-
ship, service to the school, and
promise for future contributions to
Dr. LeBlanc noted that the stu-
dents will receive certificates of
recognition and be afforded the
use of the publication's Student
Placement Service in seeking em-
ployment, scholarships, or admis-
sion to other institutions.
Open House Sunday
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970
Miss Patricia Ann Lucero United In
Marriage to CPO Charles Schweikert
Miss Becky HendrixWill Host Her
Parents At Agnes Scott Activity
On Monday, December 22, at
4:00 p.m., Miss Patricia Ann
Lucero was united in marriage
to Second' Class Petty Officer
Charles N. Schwelkert. The wed-
ding took place at the First Meth-
odist, Church of Mexico Beach
with Rev. Charles M. Parker pf-
The bride is the daughter of
W[r. and Mrs. Richard M. Lucero
od Ogden, Utah. The bridegroom
t e son of Mr. and Mrs. N. C.
weikert of Mexico; Beach.
ompliment the setting of
church, candelabra and bas-
of wedding flowers were
Thi candles were lighted
oey 'Buntos, nephew of the
e,as Mrs. James E. Penning-.
ten rendered a pre-nuptial musi-
cal interlude. Soloist was Mrs.
Robert Ward who sang "Because"
and "The Lord's Prayer".
Tie bride, given in marriage
.. g r erarents, and escorted to
.tbaf altaflby William C. Hutch.
Ings, Jr., was lovely in a floor"
.. legth empire gown of silk crepe.
Her hehdpece was a cluster of
iaad-tt&iled organza roses, ac-'
Ssntated withpearls with shoul-
der length, silk illusion veiling.
The bride carried a bouquet of
bride's roses, centered with a
Attending the bride as matron
of honor, was her sister, Mrs.
Joseph F. Buntos of Charleston,
S. C. She wore a street length
dress of pale blue crepe design-
ed on the empire lines. Brides-
maids were Misses Judy and
Janis Schweikert, sisters of the
groom. Their dresses were iden-
tical to the matron of honor in
pale pink. They each carried a
single long-stemmed American
The bridegroom chose as his
best man, Second Class Petty Of-
ficer Clarence M. Darland of
South Bend, Ind. Usher grooms-
men were Don and Dick Schwei-
kert, brothers of the groom.
Mrs. Lucero, mother of the
bride, chose for her daughter's
wedding, a teal blue ensemble.
Mother of the groom was attired
in candlelight lace with match-
ing accessories. Both mothers'
wore corsages of pink carnations.
Following the wedding cere-'
mony, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Schwei-
kert entertained with a reception
at their home. The bride's table,
covered with an Army-Navy
cloth, was centered with the
three tiered wedding- cake. A
crystal and silver epergne, hold-
Ing a cascade arrangement of
bride's roses and valley lilies,
adorned the table.
After the initial cutting, Mrs.
DECATUR, Ga.-The sophomore
class at Agnes Scott College will
honor their parents February 13-
15 in a week end of activities
which includes a luncheon for the
class and their guests, a dessert-
coffee to be given by President and
Airs. Wallace M. Alston, an aqua-
tic show by the Dolphin Club, a
light dramatic production, and
open house in places of special in-
terest on the campus. In addition,
parents are invited to attend
classes with their daughters.
Local parents planning to visit
Agnes Scott for Sophomore Par-
ents' Week End are Dr. and Mrs.
J. W. Hendrix who will be the
guests of their daughter, Rebecca
Louise (Becky) Hendrix.
Washington High Exceeds Goal
Members of the Washington High School Stu-
dent Council present'Wesley Thompson, chairman
of the March-of Dimes,- ith a check for $285.98.
The Student Council collected this amount toward
a goal of $250.00 they had set for the drive. Shown
above at the presentation are, left to right, John
Robert Ward served' the cake.
Miss Pamela Deusch of Pensacola
and Miss Muriel Everton of Mex-
ico Beach tended the punch bowl.
The bride's book was attended
by Miss Nan Parker.
After a short wedding trip
along the Gulf coast, the couple
returned to Charleston, South
Carolina where the groom is cur-
rently assigned to the USS Henry
Garden Club Will Meet
Today In Garden Center
Members of the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club will meet today at the
Garden Center on Eighth Street
at 3:00 p.m.
Interested persons are invited
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them all, so it is vitally important
that you consult with an expert
Call on us at any time!
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Let's take an example. Do you
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sentatives; George Foxworth, Student Council
Representative and Thompson.
Game 'Department Schedules Meeting
Here In March to Quiz Sportsmen
TALLAHASSEE-Florida sports-i ual species", Blake said.
men will have an opportunity to. g framework for the
du lanbebeardon tteI The general framework for the
stand, up and be heard on matters 1970-71 hunting and fishing regu-
of hunting and fishing regulations la9tions iU be established at tge
at a series of 17 public meetings, meeting of the Commission.
scheduled by the Game and Fresh March meeting f the Commiss include
Water Fish Commission.The general framework include
WThe etis Co ssin dates and bag limits for resident
The meetings are as follows: gani birds and animals and fresh
February 17. Vero Beach: Febru- water fish.
ary 18, West Palm Beach; Febru-
ary 23, Mayo; February 24, Fort
Myers, Gainesville and Naples;
February 25, Jacksonville and St.
Petersburg; February 26, Brooks-
ville and Miami; March 2, MTlton;
March 3, Bonifay and Palatka;
Mh.L A D.a S i& ani TJla d Dl.
Morning WMS MeetsAt Church
The Morning WMS of the Long liam Laird, Mrs. Ray Walding, Mrs.
Avenue Baptist WMU met last Sandra Raffield, Mrs. Dan Pope,
Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. at the church Mrs. George Holland and Mrs. Joe
for their monthly general WMS Ferrell.
meeting:. :,. ) .Tli caIll ti prayer for the mis-
"Seal Us, O Holy Spirit" was sionarfes was given by 'Mrs. Danny
sung as the opening prayer. Maddox, Mission Support Chair-
Mrs.-Milton Chafin, president, man.
brought the highlight of the fourth Others attending the meeting
chapter of "'Changes and Choices". were Mrs. J. C. Odum, Mrs. M. L.
After a short business session, Britt, Mrs. Fred Walton, Mrs.
a study of the WMU in the North- Keith Ward, Mrs. Charles Nobles
east was developed by Mrs. Wil- and Mrs. Raymond Hardy.
maran ort Z. oe ana ejeian ;
March 5, Crawfordville and Or- Lang Hodges of Savannah, Ga.,
lando. .* .- told the Rotary Club last Thursday
of how machines are now operating
According to Commission Chair- machines to make a better product.
man, William M. Blake of Tampa,
the public meetings_.serve a dual Hodges displayed a machine
purpose as they give the Commis- which operates a manufacturing
sion an opportunity to meet the machine in batch operations. The
sportsmen and hear their thoughts I operator he displayed was made up
and opinions on hunting and fish- Ito operate a tire manufacturing
ing in Florida. machine, timing and triggering ev-
ery operation of the machine from
The meetings also give the Com- the time the mold is placed in. the
mission an opportunity to explain machine until the finished tire
the reason and purpose for certain pops out.
regulations and report on the ov- o.
erall progress of wildlife conserva- Hodges explained that the oper-
tion programs. ating machines turn out a better
product since timing and measur-
"It is the desire of the Conmmis- ing are exact in every instance,
sion to establish hunting and fish. doing away with the probability
ing regulations so that sportsmen of human error in hand operation.
might enjoy the maximum harvest ,.
of the wildlife resource without Guest of the club was Jim Lof-
biological damage to the individ- tin, a new resident to Port St. Joe.
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2Y cups sifted cahe flour Entire peel of I orange,
1 teaspoon baking soda finely chopped
Vs teaspoon salt 1 cup finely chopped raisins
Y cup butter or margarine f cup coarsely chopped
2 cups sugar walnuts :'
S2 eggs, slightly beaten 1 cup buttermilk or sour ,
1 i teaspoon vanilla milk*
S, cup orange juice
*Or use 2 tablespoons vinegar plus whole milk to make 1 cup.
Sift flour with soda and salt Cream butter. Gradually blend in
I cup of the sugar. Beat in eggs. Addivanilla, orange peel, raisins
and nuts. Add flour mixture alternately with buttermilk. Pour
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minutes, or until cake tester inserted in center comes out clean.
Meanwhile, combine remaining 1 cup sugar with the orange juice.
Remove cake from oven and spread glaze over top of hot cake.
Return to oven and heat at 850 for 10 minutes, or until glaze
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lAGE flOliT ThE STARE Port St. J.., PIe. 324S6THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970'
Dennis Atchison was selected
by his team-mates as the Most
Valuable Player of the year at
the Sharks football banquet last
Friday night. The team also se-
lected Adrian Gant to receive the
Best Tackle award and Larry
McFarland as Best Blocker.
Nine of the Sharks were recog-
nized as having been selected to
the All-Conference team of the
Gulf Coast Conference. This is
the largest number of players
from one team ever to be placed
on the All-Conference team.
Chosen for All Conference
honors were Billy Harpbr, George
Williams, Adrian Gant, Chuck
Roberts; Norris Langston, Buddy
Boyette, Dennis Atchison,*Jimmy
Lancaster, and Larry McFarland.
McFarland and Gant both were
selected to the All-State squad,
All-Region, and to the Big Bend
Atchison, in receiving his
award was cited for gaining 633
yards rushing and 248 in pass_
receptions during the season. He
also received the Most Improved
Gant, in his selection to the
several honors, was praised for
making 87 tackles during the sea-
Norris Langston, who was in-
** / .- *
jured in the first half of the sea-
son came in for his share of the
honors. Langston had an average
of 8.7 yards gained per carry be-
fore a shoulder injury forced him
out of action.
The awards were presented by
coaches Wayne Taylor, Jerry
Lewter, Kesley Colbert and Bill
The coaches came in for their
share of awards" also. Dr. Bob
King, 'representing a group of
Shark boosters, presented 'all
four of .the coaches a set of golf
. clubs, a golf bag and several
pieces of golfing accessories.
Dr. King also presented the
four coaches each with la plaque
recalling the perfect record of
the 1969 season.
Players receiving letters were:
Perry Atkison, Archip Shackle-
ford, Charles Givens, Chuck Rob-
Letter of Thanks
Dear Shark Fans,
I The football coaches of Port St.
Joe High School would like to take
this opportunity to express our
sincere appreciation to all of you
who had a part in the gifts pre-
sented to us last Friday night at
our football banquet.
erts, Billy Harper, Charles Smith,
Norris Langston, Charles Britt,
Dennis Atchison, Adrian Gant,
Jimmy Lancaster, Eddie Holland,
Buddy Boyette, Steve Bass, Rod-
ney Nobles, Phil Earley, Mike
Wimberly, Richard Anderson,
Larry McFarland, George Wil-
liams and managers Marvin Ad-
kins, Wayne McKiernan and
Bud Whitehead of Marianna, a,
backfield coach with the FSU
Seminoles and formerly with the
San Diego Chargers, was the fea-
tured speaker at the banquet.
Whitehead defended the im-
portance of athletics as being an
effective teacher of having pride
and the desire to win even in the
face of unsurmountable circum-'
"Life is a rough game", the
speaker said, "and if you don't
know how to bounce back and
try again, you are in for a rough
time". Whitehead said that one
of the valuable lessons to learn
from athletics is "that when you
are taking a beating, you have to
tough it out, you can't turn and'
"Athletes learn discipline and
sacrifice", Whitehead said, "and
when you're winning, you know
you have learned your lesson
well and the sacrifice is worth
-Nine Sharks were picked for special honors
honorary teamni selections. Bottom row, left
right, Adrian Gant, Dennis Atchison, Larry
McFarland. Back row, Chuck Roberts; Buddy
Boyette, Norris Langston, Richard Lancaster and
Billy Harper. --Star photo'
The plaques with the season's re-
cord are beautiful and will always
be a source of great pride for each
of us. The golf equipment is really
very, very fine and something that
we will enjoy using a great deal.
This was a complete surprise to
us and one that was certainly not
expected. The fact, that you have
done this makes Us even niore
aware of the tremendous support
that this community gives to our
athletic program. To- those of you
who contributed to these gifts, we
say a most sincere thank you.
The opportunity to work with
the group of young men that made
up our football squad' this year
was a high privilege and reward
enough for us. We are very proud
of them and the record that they
We are also proud to be a part
of Port St. Joe High School and
this community which contributed
so inuch to the success of this sea-
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MONARCH 16 OZ. CANS
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TRELLIS or LINDY -17 6z. Cans
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Ga. Grade 'A' LARGE
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OUR BEST SIRLOINS or
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S6. Performance Bond:
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FAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970
ships. National judging will center Dr
on personal observation and in- Dr. Wes Will
Wilson, Jones Receive Betty Crocker Awards Meeting of Optometrists In Atlanta
The test which form the basis Meeting of tomet sts In At nta
... for selection 'of winners is pre-
School winners here in the 1970 nation's high schools were enroll- be awardel a $1,500 college scholar- ton, D. C., and Colonial Williams- pared and scored by Science Re- Dr. Wesley Grace, Port St. Joe One of the largest optometric
Betty Crocker Search for the ed, the young women are now eli- ship, with the second-ranking girl burg, Va., this spring. Climax of search Associates, Chicago educa- Optometrist is among those regis- educational meetings in the world,
American Homemaker of Tomor- gible for state and national honors. in the state receiving a $500 edu- the tour will be naming of the tional te hh tered for the 4th Annual South- the Congress is expected to attract
row have been announced .They Each will also receive a specially national grant. Additionally, first- 1970 Betty Crocker All-American tonal testing organization which eastern Educational Congress of some 2,000 persons from 20 to 25
are Pamela J. Wilson of Port St. designed silver charm from Gen- place winners'from the 51 states Homemaker of Tomorrow, whose is responsible for all judging. Optometry, February 12-15, at the states.
Joe High School and Margie E. eral Mills, sponsor of the annual and the District of Columbia-to- scholarship will be increased to Schools of State Homemakers of Marriott Motor Hotel in Atlanta.
Jones of Washington High School. educational program, gether with advisors from their $5,000. Three runners-up will also Tomorrow are awarded sets of En- The local optometrist will have
Selected on the basis of their Test papers of all school winners schools-will receive an expense- be selected and will be awarded cyclopaedia Britannica by Encyclo- the choice of some 78 hours of
g knowledge a nd attitudes ex- goin addiare currently under paid educational tour of Washing- $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000 scholar- paedia Britannica, Inc. lectures by experts from through-
amination for which a record 646, State Homemaker of Tomorrow out the nation on such subjects as
041 senior girls in 15,040 of the will be named in March. She will contact lenses, child vision, dete-
ogy and subnormal vision aids.
,m^~ ,m^ I: ^ Ll" )^ 0 ... ... Among the lecturers will be Col- .
Gardening n Forida bolThomas. Tredici, Chief
0 nd 0 0 0 Opthalmology Branch, .School of
Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air 4 V
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas and
SftSuperstitious gardeners believe feet of turf. tall-stemmed flowers throughout Dr. John R. Pierce, of the'Division .
t i that plant names are omens of the Remiember that too much plant the summer. For a.continuous sup- of Optometry, Indiana University, UV 0
future. As examples, planting a food is as bad as plant starvation. ply, make plantings about every Bloomington, Indiana.
..date palm may lead to setting a So don 't add extra fertilizer-es- three weeks.
bridal wreath. This would force specially nitrogen-"just for good About five weeks after the flow-
seoreg ssethe gowefieodk snafters
marriage upon the gardener. measure". er spikes bloom, the 'bulbs are
Ssoqn the gardener would find It's important to fertilize rye- ready to dig. Loosen them with a
I that his mourning bride would look grass now for a continued greef spade and pull up by the top.
ma Car. lovelier if there were a baby's carpet. To eradicate the winter Next, clip off the fop. cbse to the
P11 r i ^SO < breath planted nearby. The next lawn cover, mowr the sod- very bulb anddstore in a well ventilated, F a
Ornamental on the planting sche- close, but if you want to prolong warm place until the old bulbs can
Sdule would, of course ,be a bottle-the useof ryegrass set the mower be broken off easily. rll i
brush. cte higher. MOTEL ST. JOE and DINING ROOM
of superstition could produce a Glads after digging. Before storing the 5th street nd Hihwa 98
unique landscape program. But it Begin a gladiolus bulb planting new bulbs, press the-base in Sper-
may limit the number of flowers schedule now for a supply of the gon or Arasan dust. Port St. Joe, Florida
in your garden this spring.
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Peat Pots J
Front W heel i 'i. No planting ski is, required. Big Brnit?-e Discns on Famous Na ei Brands such as .rk. r, eh roy!h W. Zenith,.
3. Bearings. Mosting the plant in the fower bed. jion, Westi houe, Simmons, Sealy .and Many, Many Others!
AdjustmeanPresto, the annual .is alive and
S1 Plant anmnueals that have Isr ae v h......- .. am...-..., w ,7-. 11
4^. Repack Outer- ora niseed a rnd those that are hard t .
rs transplant t directly in the bed S \r ke Ivetory
S where they are to bloom So the h s T t VKrehler,
Front W heel Ti N tat seed tplantinly in shallow trenches. . Ti me or Y u to Saver
We'll rotate all kle with a damping-off control.
S fie te and Covering the seeded area with n
Extra Charge for cars th torsion burlap will aid in holding in soil
i pressure. moisture until the seedlings begin
to pushn though the soil. Be sure
r se)- to remove andthe burlaat athis tie., .
transplant !directly in hLt'sTl me for Us to Take Inventory
2 Homeow'aners with established aet o lo T fo Y o a e .
Criss- Co upon expires Feb.8Rotation,1970 laws can aid their grass to be-d, ,, Y t
e.ilfire e tires and 0 come spring-gr the seeded again with a
ao a 1 o fAinflate themto iiadihliOMsi ..
proper air 6-6 fertilizer per 1,000 square
SPrecisionr Wheel Balance istgal Adv. 'LAJ370D29 19900
Prolongs the life of your tires
Easier handling. INVITATION TO BID NO. 86 New Two-Speed Automatic Washer
The Cit y of Port St. Joe l re Everything about this exciting new Westinghouse washer
ceive sealed bids for complete conis built to take it. A Heavy Duty transmission. Balance
L. rU wii tethiant g Ciyage ofaPor trash oeoa Famous Double-Action Washing Turbo dome suspension allows you to wash and spin big shag rugs,
-- per withi b the f Pbasedp."Jpad bed spreads and unbalanced loads without "banging", "walk-
7wt^l ^schedules and conditions:
u Copon Coupon expires 97 1. Collection Schedule: : H A V
Feb 28, 1970 A. Residential-Monday, Wed-
comnesday and Friday. (Request alter-
applicnate bid on two (2) pick-ups per
6i6-6 fertilizer a Sofa Bed Suite Oak Bedroom Suite
Precision Wheel Bala e esidtial Garbag i place
MOTOR KING B.Resde Tas DHebrs Pl- 2-PIECE, Heavy vinyl 11 I EU 4-PIECE Double dresser, 1|"0
Provide excellent ed at street or alley. (Additional cover Choice of colors Chest, Bed, Mirror
Starting power at h es for tree removal and large eg $159.95 eg. $169.95
Easier low, low cost. C. Industrial and Business-At New Two-Speed Automatic Washer
Space of business as presently de-
SEverything about this exciting new Westinghouse3. Contawasheers:
t P.. : I ^B ^^ cA. Residentiale-Covered contain- ,
MK-24FC, ers; maximum 30 gallon size.
MK24Ct B. Business and Industrial-Csh remov-al is buit to take it. A Heavy Duty transmssn. Balance
thinthe City of Port St. Joe, am ul-Acn Washingleeper dome suspension allows you to wash and spin big shag to r
S-Va Power Filter Automatic Water Save2-Vo Exchange lo 1 add bed spreads and unbalanced loads without "banging", alk-
*, '-i '--- _^4. Eq-.-uipment : o r s of
SA. City equipment now owned to Expandable vinyl New 10 Cu Ft
...bte purchased by contractor at ap cover
praished Citt subject to approval WESTINGHOUSE
THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fia. i2456iTHURSDAY, FiBiRUARY 12, 1970
Iona Standard Quality
VERY $ PURCHASE
NO PURCHASE REQUIRED
JANW PARKER FRESH CRISP
Potato Chips ,o..g 59C
JANE PARKER REGULAR SLICED
White Bread 4 Loaves9
GOOD THROUGH FEB. I1
SUN COUNTRY 9 OZ.
Air Freshner 69
GOOD THROUGH PF9. 13
A d model andi afe fo imewf every
$ 1 00- q tUqIrmenft... to satisfy every n404.
Available In 20, 30, 40, 50
Per Month and 75 gallon capacities.
Added to Gas Bill
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
114 Monument Ave. Phone 229-3831
* PEAR HALVES
* PEAR SLICES
*WHOLE GR. BEANS
COME TO OUR FEBRUARY SAVINGS SpE.QTAC
Ira R. Forehand Awarded Army's
Commendation Medal for Viet Action
Spec. Four Ira R. Forehand of wahitchka High School and played
Wewahitchka was awarded the for the Wewahitchka Gator football
Army's Commendation Medal re- team. He also attended Gulf Coast
cently in Vietnam. Forehand's no- Junior College.
station for meritorious service was Specialist Forehand was called
during the period of October 1968 on numerous occasions to go with-
to October 1969 while serving as
artillery recorder with Battery B,
1st Battalion, 92d Artillery. -_
Forehand is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Forehand of Wewahitch-
ka and the grandson of Mrs. Dolly
Forehand. He graduated from We-
by JAMES WQLF 6 6
Color wheels ai A Very helpful =- -
tool to the beginning artist. The
making of one is easy and will S/4 IRA R. FOREHAND
help you mix your colors, or hues, out sleep until all fire missions
better. were completed, especially during
Since pigments are chemical pro. the siege of Dak To and Ben Het.
ducts, the best way to learn their His commanding officer said,
mixing is to make a pigment color "Specialist Forehand's comprehen-
wheel. This can be done by using sive knowledge of his duties and
three basic hues. By combining his outstanding job performance
red, blue and yellow you can,make are in keeping with the highest
any hue you want. If you want traditions of the military service
green, add yellow and blue, for and reflect great credit upon him-
purple, add red and blue and for self, his unit and the United States
orange add red and yellow. To get Army".
blue-green add blue and green re-
membering how you got green.
The primary hues are red, blue 0
and yellow. The secondary hues '*"** .
are purple, orange and green. If ** .
you want a lighter hue just add *
white after you have mixed your These are
hue. For a darker hue add the op- Danger
posite hue. The opposite of red ReadinfS
is green and of yellow is purple "e i
and of blue is orange. To make for Batteries
brown just add equal amounts of 32
the opposite hues, like red and ..** **
green make a great brown. ***
The best way to make a color
wheel, or hue wheel, is to draw Whathot weather starts, cold
weel, or ue weel, weather finishes.- both extremes
a circle and place yellow at. the drain battery power. But before
top. Divide your circle into thirds you fill the air with electrifying
and put the hue blue at the bot- oaths, see us for a checkup of
tom right, with red at the bottom your startin and e charging system.
lef. wWe'll find the, real trouble, with-
left. Place purple at the very bot- out obligation.
tomr and the hues green and orange It Dattery trouble Is
go between red and yellow and your problem, we carry
lu an .. .. ---- and recommend the
blue and green. This way. placing finest NAPA bat-
green opposite red on the circle tees. Ta ere simply
and orange opposite blue on the made and we can
0 *circle. Now it shouldn't be hard
to make brown,; all three.
Keep this wheel handy when ST. JOE AUTO
painting because you might want PADTS CO. Inc
a hue and the hue wheel will help 'PARTS CO., Inc.
you remember how to mix it. ,
END HOT WATER
have all you need for 1,
all your chores with the
GAS WATER HEATER
Assures longer ( Means greater ( Automati controls.
tank life... recovery "power...* Trim, copat tSlit.
provides positive more hot water, ... .
)rotection against faster. No more |
the corrosive .waiting in-between *
action of hot *chores.
BA Al LOVERS SPECI'AL
PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970
,candalways depend upon, bring your prescriptions tbo
SOUR zetis PHARMACY
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue
Drive-In Window Sanrmae
Plenty of Fr" Parking
|' WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
T) ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION:
Your prescription Is an order for a specific medication, for a specific Indi-
vidual, for a specific time. It is originated by your doctor and filled by your
Registered Pharmacist. Today's prescription consists of eight specific and
1. Date-included to verify the medicine is applicable to a current illness.
2. Name and address-so that none but the patient may use the prescription.
3.Superscription-"Rx"... the symbol generally believed derived from the
Latin "recipe" meaning "take thou."
4. Inscription -the name and quantity of each Ingredient prescribed.
5. Subscriptio.;-directions to the pharmacist explaining dosage, form and
quantity of.the pharmaceutical.
Signptura-directionsto the patient on quantity, timing and method of
taking the prescription.
7. Refill infqrmation- for use by the pharmacist to facilitate service to the
a Signature-or Inlalsfs the prescribing physician to verify thaeorder.
Your irescipdion obviously is more'than Latin phrases written On a piece
of pager.-lt represents a Ilfegiving force which enables us a h to lie longer,
hbaltler, happierlives. '
SFqrhe highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent wit4 quality and the personal attention you
Heart Fund Is Making One, Lose One
Port St. Joe's Sharks won a
Appeal in 'February PS:ehrw
lop-sided 102-61 victory over
S. Chipley last Saturday night then
stumbled in the second period
The wide-ranging activities of 'more than 1,750,000 volunteers to lose to a strong Rickards
your Heart Association; research, call on their neighbors to receive Tuesday night in Tallahassee
public and professional education Heart Fund contributions and to Tuesday night in Tallaassee
and community service-are sup- distribute literature about the The Sharks, who now have a
ported by the Heart Fund cam- heart and its disorders. The cam- 17-4 record completely out-
paign, conducted throughout Feb- paign slogan is "Give-So More manned Chipley here Saturday
ruary in more than 8500 Ameri- Will Live". Most campaigns in- as they raced to their second
can communities, with bequests elude not only a residential can- 100 point game of the season.
and memorials also contributing vass on the Heart Sunday week The Sharks out-scored the Ti-
importantly. end but also a business bl6ck gers in every period, racking up
The investment has been a canvass called "Heart Days for a huge 39 points in the last per-
prime factor in one of the most I Business". and special gifts, cor- iod.. At the-end of the first quar-
dramatic achievements in medi- porate and industrial gifts and ter, the Sharks had a comfortable
cal history-a reduction since special events divisions. 11 point lead.
1950 of 18.4 per cent in the car- Increased efforts are being Buddy Boyette paced the Shark
diovascular death rate among made to contact every person in offense with 21 points. James Mc-
Americans aged below 65. The Port St. Joe and surrounding Gee added 12, Greg Knox 13,
size and complexity of the prob- areas for this very important Steve Macomber 12 and Norris
lem--one afflicting 25 million cause. Remember those who have Langston 10 in the win.
living Americans and causing already been '-victims of this Score by quarters:'
more deaths than all other di- number one ciuse of death in Port St;.Joe. 25 19 19 39-102
seases and causes combined- our community'-would your list Chipley 14 7 18 22- 61
clearly underscores the need for of names be loigef than mine? *. *
increased support of the Heart All mail contributions shoTidd Rickards played "slow down"
Fund. be sent to: Gulf;.County Heart; to defeat the Sharks 58-55 in Tal-
High point and climax of the Fund, care of'Glenn Williams,, lahassee Tuesday night.
month-long campaign is Heart Treasurer, Florida First National', Rickards was behind four
Sunday, a week end on which Bank, Port St.. Joe. points at the end of the first
period but picked up a 10 point
lead by half-time with a strong
Shark "B" Squad Wins Four and Ter Sr can ck fi ht-
y ing in the second half, but the
Loses Two Games in W eek s Play 10 point bulge was too inuch for
them to overcome.
The Sharks "B" team won four the clock showing two secorids and Willie Clark, a new member
and lost two last week in cage the Sharks ahead by one point, it of the Shark squad put 19 points
371 play. was Rickard's ball. One player through the nets to lead the St.
The Sharks started off the week threw the ball in to his teammate, Joe scoring George Williams
with a 45-38 victory over Wewa- who was forced.by time to- shoot. collected 12 points and Greg
hitchka. There were two St. Joe The shot was still in the air when fnox LU. pT up fn UAIU iJ UM~Crva., ur y vvcc.. u
players in double figures. Jim Be- The buzzer sounded All the Shark Score by quarters: tion" project took place Saturday morning, and the exhibit may
Splayers n dousble iueasha. f .16 he leirs eh A t S h a Port St. Joe 15 10 20 10-55 be seen in the Western Auto Store in downtown Port St. Joe. Or.
Le l A d Miss Baggett Hostess The eadin scorer for We- went in giving the Rckards team:' Rickards-----11 24 11 12-58 der did come out of this chaos. -Star photo
To' WMU Meeting aliitchka W'ad.Benny Dozier with a one point lead, and a 45-44 vic-
TO RECEI "D 19oints1' ..tory.
The lard O ofCounty Conus- The night WMS of the Long Ave- 9ei.rks were handed their After two losses the Sharks go t,
sionerd of,Gulf County will receive nue Baptist Church met Monday, Ted fr of the season by back ona winning streak by dt i I
sealed ibids from any person, corn- February 9 at, the home of Miss High. 4 ame started with eating Vernon. There were threb mm L I( JS S I IfC
selling raCount e ed Alma Baggett wt seven members Joe avnga 23-15lead, but by St. Joe players scoring in double I I
descri personal property: present. time. Bayhad closed the gap 'figures. They were Rouse, 1 5 It
Reing, irig- .wire, "reinforcing Mrs. Ray .Mitchell, mission sup- -d'pus ld -ead by nine points. Bryant, 14 and Belin, 10. The f -
steel 1,0petroleum products port chairman, opened the meet- Sh a ver gained the lead nal score was 53-30. R,'
t1req;, tubes and balteries and all to pr d" :f.r,"n" h g"
eembAt(f'a pneyea" period be- ing with the call to prayer and a. ., The next win was against W': 'E veryb e d R e a d s e
ginnfig MPreh 12, 1970'aAnd end. Miss Baggett led the group in .76-54. The kulla County. The Sharks out
Thef re was kullaCounty eSharks out,
ing rh 12, 1871., prayer. ...... -- he scored Wakulla in every quarter .- ...
S from p During adie ie. ~ or the Sharks wasll the St. Joe p lawyer s scored FOR SALE: If you can raise $2,800 FOR SALE: 1963 Ford truck, 14' FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE calL,
Pth r' St Court,P.om lang w e g iven fo tne Belin, ring a total of 19 A J you should investigate the house Lone Star fiber glass *oat, 22 Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Port St. Joe, z.itrida 32456. plans were gen for the son i ryant both notched up bu at 1319 McClelland Avenue at hp. Mercury, Eezy trailer..All for Guarantee on labor and materials.
Bid will be received February study to bd held February 2 at o 14 points. Rouse and Quinn each 5A% interest. Vie Burke. Phone $600.00. Phone 227-7761. 4t-1-29 Low down payment. Phone' 227-
26, 1910 until 7:30 o'clock P.M., the home of Mrs. Neil Anold, and "! The "B" team was defeated the had 12,'Adkison scored 8, Barnes 229-6163. 4t-2-5 -- ___- Dod P7972. tfic
Eastern Standard Time, at the Of details were completed for the, ,id tie b Rickards. The game and Whittle, 5 and Russ and HOUSE FOR SALE: e lean. 3 door hardtop Air condioned STYLETEX
fee of the Clerk of 6e Circuit all e wa At half uarles 2 The Sharks won 734 HOR SALE: Very clean. 3 door hardtop. Air conditioned STYLTX
Court Port St.Joe Florida. eek of Prayer, Marchl-8. was very close all the way. At half Quarles 2. The Sharks won 74-34. bedrooms. Fully carpeted, 2 full and power steering. $895.00. See Fabric back inyl wall covering
The Board reserves the right to Mrs. Cecil Harrison, stdy dhair- :time the 'score was tied, 21-21. The The last of the six games was baths, garbage disposal, new water at Swatts and Parker or call 227- Sample books at
reject any and all bids. man gave the program, WMU in sharks were behind by two at the with Monticello. High point man heater, fenced yard. Apalachicola. 2471 days, or 229-6300 nights. 1-29 HURLBUT FURNITURE
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION the Northeast. ,. nd of the third quarter. The local was Rouse .with 18. Also indouble 653-8732 FOR SALE: 1965 Cadillac. .Has 29,- ad APPLIANCE CO.
/s/ WALTER GRAHAM Chmn. The meeting was dismissed with five gained, the lead again near figures was Quinn with 15 points. 'HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 bedrooms, 151 miles. Call Mrs. Tom Owens, Avenue
2t-2-12 prayer. '.'the end of thefourth quarter. With The Sharks topped Monticello by 1019 Long Ave Seen by apoint- 1110 Long Avenue after 3:00 p.m. 'WELDING Electric and acetylene
.. aent score of 50-32. men" a. ,B. tfc-2-12 Aluminum and cast iron welding.
.: Scores' by quarters: BEACH HOUSE FOR SALE: Ope Years of experience. Call J. L.
Port St. Joe 10 13 12 10-45 block off Gulf. 75x75 lot, b nall FOR SALE: GE refrigerator, like Temple 229-6167, 1302 Palm Blvd.
Wewahitchka 5 9 13 11-3i8 bedroom cottage. $2,. Call new. $150.00. 16,000BT SA FLING andc e rk
._Adams Prining Co., Panama City, keel air conditioner, like new, $2__._SAW FILING and carpenter work.
Jo '1 1 n'763-3217. tfc-11-13 Sectional couch, 7 years old. Best Bert Hall, Phone 229-6185, White
Port St. Joe 16 7 15 12-50 offer. Call 227-5786. 3tp-1-29 City, next to fire station tfc-2-12
Monticello 4 6 10 12-32 FOR RENT:. Large two bedroom
|Ie 3*I **H *- *^ I*1 1~ furnished waterfront home. Lo- FOR SALE: Chrysler Air Temp airTOMLINSO
cated at St. Joe Beach. Rent by the conditioners. 6,000 BTU $125.00. TOMLINSON
Port St. Joe 23 6 9 16-54 week. Ph 229-1143 tfc-6-28 8,000 BTU $150.00. Never uncrated. RADIO and TV REPAIR
Bay High------ 1523 18 20-76 M A Below costelPhone 648-7298. tfc-iss2 Anten-
Bay High __ 15 23 18 20--76 FOR RENT: Warehouse space and Below cost. Phone 648-7298. tfc-22 -- NE 229 S -2756
1od 0e 13 78 91- storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co. FOR SALE: 1970 Honda, fM$ White City 11-13
Phone 227 CB350. In perfect conditloii,.L -
STH E S T A R -" SALE: Lots at St. Joe Bech most new. Phone227-811 n- E COTT SWoo a
Port St 15 1-53 and Beacon Hill. Also antiques nation. seasonal. ic sale. Good selection of plaids.
S Is headquarters for all your office supply needs. We stock Port St. Joe_ 16 15 16 -53 All kinds. Call 227-7461. tfc-2-12 FOR SALE: Seigler heater, with 60" wide. Only $2.00 pd. Located
only famous brand aes i. ,:lity office supplies N. FOR SALE:2 bedroom house, block ol drum and stand. In perfect at Highway 98 and Overstreet
need to wait for those everyday office needs. Call us today! Port St. Joe 1 21 1 1.-7 and stucco, carpet and air Ion- condition. $50.00. See Bill Mosely. Road in red and white building.
eed to wait for those17 21 18 18--74 ditioned. 523 7th St. 227-3067. tfc Phone 227-4531.
Wakulla 8 9 15 2-34FOR RE8N : Fui4nishea two bed. FOR SALEi AKC registered Cii- FOR
STAPLING MACHINES INDEX CARDS, all sizes room beach cottages at St. Joe huahuas. $50.00. If interested call
SBeach. Reasonable monthly rates. Mrs. Tae, 648-3451 or 648-6166. 2p AMBULANCE SERVICE
STAMP DATERS CARD FILES, woqd & metal A Call 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc-7-31 WILL THE PERSON who found the
S STAMP PADS and INK POST BINDERS FOR RENT: 2 bedroom urnishe allweathr cot in the gym at In Wew thka and
J -- -- ~'LE L "trailer with 2 room cabana plus a basketball game recently please Port St. Joe
r "EDGERC utility room 'and screened porch. return to the school lost and found. ,
..FILE FOLDERS EDG SHEETS N THE CIRCUITCOURT S. Je Beach. Call Jo Ferrellat INCOME TA RETURNSBead CALL-
FOURTEENTHJUDCL 229-2763. tfc-2-5 O. Wester. 813 Marvin Ave. Sub Comfotr Funeral Home
"FILE GUIDES STAPLES CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN 0 t F e' cer" 1 MrntAHa" TeComforterFunerGHome
AND..FOR GULF COUNTY FOR RENT: Furnished' apartment. scribes to Prentioe-Hall Tax Guide.
SCASE NO. 70-19 Living room, bedroom, breakfast Phone 227-8586 after 5:30 p.m. 227-3511
SCRATCH PADS, all sizes GEM CLIPS, FASTENERS FLORIDACIVIL ACTIONAL nook, kitchen and bath Phone safe and fast with Go-out.
and5LTTER ADS BNK ATPORT T. cJE, abese tablets and E-Vap "water SEPTIC TANKS pimaied out. Cal
TYPF RTER PAPER LEGAL nd ETTER PADSNational Banking Association, FOR RENT: House in Oak Grove. 22-3CAPBE DRUG. 14Bufo7d Griffin. Pone 22-2937.
SPlaintiff, Phone 229-4281. tfcl-29 FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
MIMEOGAPH PAPER MACHINE RCYBBO STO and GEORGIA FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment, cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
QUINCY LINTON and GEORGIA 10 8th St. Phone 648-4800. 25 229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave. I P Ether edge
DUPLICATOR PAPER DUPLICATOR FLUID LOUISE LINTON, his wife, 510 8th St. Phone 648-800. -5 9100. 1109 oue Av C P. heredg
CDefendant. FOR RENT: Five room unf&irnish- 518 Third Street
CARBON PAPER PE NCfLS,ERASERS OTICE OF SUIT-PROPERTY ed house. refrigerator and stove JOB STE WELDING Port St. Joe, la.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Call 229-4571. tfc-2-5 24-HOUR SERVICE Plumbing and
'that an action. to foreclose mort-
And A Host f Other ffie Needs gage on real property, the following FOR RENT: One and two bedroom PRESTON TFtIELD Electrical Contrator
property in Gulf County, Florida: attractively furnished apart- PhOne 763-2955 Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
S. .r -Lots Fifteen (15) and Sixteen ments. Cool in summer, warm in 4t Panama City, Fla. 1.22 i
(16), Block Nine (9), Beacon Hill winter. Gas heat, widow fans, R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
N e Printi n A Hu ry?1 Subdivision, Gulf County, Flor- They inust be seen to be apprec-TREE SERVICE: Trees taken dow JosephChapterNo.56,
Need Print in A Hurry ida, according to an official plat iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK- 'RESro o63r taken d. Cl1 do3d MnCyes. 5 ,RkM
*UW thereof on file in the Office of ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi- and removed or trimmed. Call 1st and 3rd Mondays. Allmviitg
the Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf co Lodge Apartments and Trailer p53-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola. companions welcome.
Our modern printing plant, with g speed automatic County, Florida, togetherithth Park, White City. tfc-8-14 tf-- WALTEROY BURCH, H. P.
presses, can serve your 'every need ... and ... We all improvements thereon,
presseshas been every need .fi. and .led against you and FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- Yew SHERWIN-WILLIAMS WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
print everything except money you are required to serve a copy room. apartment. Call 227-7431 DAImrT nealer ln P- *.-4a THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
S. :, of your written defenses, if ahy after 5:00 p.m. tfc-2-5 ig second and fourth Tuesday
S-" --- -- to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, FOR SALE: 12 hp. Sears tractor '' nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
S, whose name and address is William with double disc and 48 inch Home.
T. Rish, 303 Fourth Street, Port mower attachment. Call Bill Rich, THERE WILL BE a re lar cor -
:" fSt. Joe, Florida, and file the ori- 229-4877 or 2294562.
... ginalwth the clerk of the above Emunication of Port St. Joe Lodge
I"tstyled court on or before March 16, r No.,111, F. & A.M every first
H 1970: otherwise judgment ma Our Number Has Been Changed ird Thursday W 8:
c M hu y 8 p RAYmS-TRIM.SHOP
be entered against you for the re- A str SH
Ia.lief demanded in the complaint or Complete Upholstery Servce
"Publishers of Your Home-Town Newspaper" petition. "We aimto please you HURLBUT FURNITURE
PHONE 27-161 80 W TAMS AVE. of said Court on February 9, 1970. a602Garrison Ave. and APPLIANCES JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, W
GEORGE Y. CORE, Phone 229-6326 306.Reid. Ave. PERRY J. McFARLAND, Seety.
Clerk, Circuit Court
(COURT SEAL) 4t-2-12
Boy Scouts of Port St. Joe Troop 47 get their heads together to'
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