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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THUR 0
Rev. George Harris Will Give
The Easter Sunrise Message,
.The Port St. Joe Ministerial Rev. George Harris, Pastor of
A esociatibn will conduct Easter the Faith Bible Church will
sin'ise Services Sunday morn- bring the Easter message entitled
ing at 6:30 A.M. in the football "The" Reksrrection of Christ
stadium: In case of rain, the ser- Proves Six Vital Things".
v:es will be held in the High Re.. Alen Price, pastor of the
School auditorium. White City" Baptist 'Church will
S 'Byron" Smith, Pastor of jgivte tle -Invocatio.n and lead the
ea FirMs Baptist Church is in .audid 1 e 'in repeating the Lord's .
:&Large of the special program Praetst Rev. Millard Spikes, pas- i
aid will preside at the serVines. r. Itor ofi he,First United Methodist
Sesley R. Ranisey will conduct iChidrcl. vf. lead in the Respon-
Ste congregational singing nd ive-.. eac g." Scripture lesson
Port St. Joe High Scholll l;b radjby Rev. Robert Ca-
Bass Choir will provide the iu- ry, po of the Highland View
sal accompaniment. Chu, \. God with Rev. Clay-
"; '.! ",* ,
ton Wilkinson, pastor of the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church
giving the Easter prayer. Rev.
William Stephens, pastoi- of the
Highland View Baptist' Church
will pronounce the benediction.
Services will begin at 6:30 a.m.
with the Brass Choir presenting
the Prelude. .
The program .1 iundeB thb di-
rection of Rev. Byrop Spniith,
chairman, and Rev. Ge6ige'Hai-
,riq. i I ,
The sunrisd seiVices a.e inter-
denominational dand arq opqn to
people of all, faiths. '"
Beach Residents Prod County
Commission to Furnish Water
Water was the subject Tuesday
night as a delegation from the
Beaches pounced upon the Coun-
,ty Commission asking for a wa-
ter system and the sooner the
Beach residents were all for
tying onto the Mexico Beach sys-:
. tem as they said Charles Parker
''oil Mxico Beach had told them
he could furnish water within
sixr months. As one spokesman
't i''he majority of us want
'-t. 1lirker's water. If we want
'i,i *hy can't we have it?"
S0'Chairman Walter Graham ex-
plained to the group that the
City Commissioners Still Wrestling
With Garbage Contract Question
Proof that the baps are hitting in Lake Wimico was shown last
Friday when Gerald Hiearn, shown above, and Buddy Walker caught
this fine string in the, lake. Buddy and GeraM said they had more
but they ate some for Idinner. -Star photo
Marion Craig"Wtil Spe~t
At PTA Meeting To iht
The regular thingg of the
Port St. Joe High School PTA
will be held tonight, at 6:00 p.m.
in the High School Auditorium.
Marion Craig, Superintendent
of Public Instruction for Gulf
County, will be the evening
speaker., He will have pertinent
information concerning the plans
'for moving to the new high
school building this summer. All
/ high school parents are urged to
A new board of directors was
elected by members, of the St.
Joseph Bay Country Club in a
short meeting held last Thursday
evening in the Port St. Joe High
Approximately 90 members
were present and elected Bill
Altstaetter, R. H. Ellzey and
John Hanson of Port St. Joe
and P. E. Connell as directors
for a one year' term.' Charles
Brock, E. F. Gunn, Tom Enox
and B. A. Pridgeon, Jr., were
elected for two year terms. T.
E. Ely, Bob Freeman, B. Roy Gib-
son, Jr., and Wes Thompson
were named for three year terms.
In a short meeting which fol-
lowed, the directors re-named
One Auto Damaged
in Accident last Friday
One- auto suffered slight dam-
ages in an accident last Friday
on the A&P Super Market park-
ing lot, according to local police
Mrs. Patricia Wilson Truman.
of 1617 Woodward Avenue was
entering a parking space when
her car struck the left rear fen-
der of an auto owned by Mrs.
B. G. Buzzett. Approximately
$150.00 worth damages were in-
flicted on the Buzzett car.
City Commissioners are 'still
wrestling with the question of
whether or not to contract' ut
the garbage and trash collection'
services of the City or to con-
tinue in the service as in the
past. Hughey Williams .Garbage
'Service of Port St. Joe' has sib-
mitted the low bid for perform-
ing the service. Williams already
operates this type services in
unincorporated -areas of, South
Gulf County. (-;' iK i ;
The Commnission has:Made uip
its mind on several matters, if
it contracts out the service. First
the Commission has decided that
they will remain in., control of
the type service offered, The con-
tract will be dravn in suck a
manner that the City, will be re-
sponsible for the ,'type service of-
fered with Williams' firm merely
retained by the City for the col-
Secondly, the dity will remain
ready at all times to resume col-
lection service, if the contracted
service is not satisfactory.
The City will do all billing
and maintain relations with the
All garbage customers will still
be dealing with the City, no mat-
ter whether the service is .con-
tracted out or not.
Commissioners' discussed sev
eral reasons pro and con for the
contracted service Monday night.
Commissioner Coldewey pointed
out that a contracted service
would prevent the City from
getting into such a predicament
as Atlanta now finds itself. Col-
Idewey said that even though he
leaned toward the City doing its
own collecting, this was some-
thing to think about.
Street Superintendent Dorton
Hadden told the Board that his
department would need a new
truck to replace ope recently
wrecked if the City' remains in-
the collection service.
* Commissioner Bob Fox noted
the increasing problem of keep-
ing labor on the service.
Mayor Pate said that every day
71 Is Target Date
Charles Brock as president, B.
A. Pridgeon as secretary and T.
E. Ely as treasurer. -
In a short business meeting,
Brock explained that a meet-
ing was held with FHA officials
last Wednesday- and that all con-
ditions to approving the $285,-
000 loan for construction of the
facility were agreed to. Brock
said the loan papers are now be-
ing certified by an FHA attor-
ney. Brock predicted that the
loan would be closed by May and
bids could then be called for.
Brock estimated that bids
would be received and construc-
tion started by August or Sep-
tember with the facility 'ready
for use by July of next year.
Brock noted that the Club did-
n't get as much money as it had
hoped and that prices of con-
struction had continued to rise.
Even so, the Club plans to call
for bids on constructing an 18-
hole golf course, children's play-
ground, two tennis courts, a
swimming pool and a club house.
The president announced that
George G. Tapper had agreed to
donate $57,000 worth of paving
and: grading work toward the
project which would help con-
In a short ceremony Brock
handed S. L. Barke 'the number
one membership certificate to
the Country Club. Barke was the
first man to join in the member-
ship drive last year.
someone sticks their head in his
door and says they are against
changing over, "apparently be-
cause they are afraid of the type
service they might get". Pate
said this is going be a hard de-
cision to make, but we should go,
ahead and make it and get it
over with. Pate suggested that
the Board decide on the matter
at its next meeting, which will-
be Tuesday, April 7 .
Commissioner .Coldewey pre-
senfed a plat for a new subdivi-
sion to the Board for its appro-
val. The plat includes four blocks
to the North of Avenue A and
East of the Washington High
(Continued On Page 12.
Fox Will Head
To NRH Congress
Robert B. Fox, a Port St. Joe
City Commissionier was elected
a Vice President of the National
Rivers and Harbors Congress at
the annual meeting held at the
Mayflower Hotel in Washington,
D. C. last week. Fox has worked
with waterways and water trans- '
portationfbr several years, serv-
ing as president of the Florida
In his post as Vice President,
Fox will be head of the Florida
delegation to the Congress for
the coming year. He will preside
at all state meetings and will
head up the Florida delegation at
next year's meeting of the Na-
tional Congress meeting.
In addition to his state and
national work in waterways ac-
tivities, Fox has also been a
member of the Port St. Joe
Port Authority and was instru-
mental in the widening and deep-
ening of the Gulf County Canal
a few years ago.
The National Congress pre-
sents needed waterways projects
to the U. S. Corps of Engineers
for approval and works with Con-
gress for approval and funding
of the various projects.
Work Started On
Paving At Beach
State Department of Trans-
portation Acting/Secretary John
Cashin announced this week that
work had started on paving 1.596
miles of streets at St. Joe Beach.
Ward Ridge Construction Com-
pany, Inc., oi Port St. Joe has
the contract and is allowed 60
working days to complete. Cost
of the project is $87,967.
BAND DIRECTOR SERVES
AS JUDGE IN CONTEST
Port St. Joe High School Band
Director, James E. Clark, served
as a judge for the Tennessee
band contest held in (Memphis,
Tennessee, March 21 and 22.
county had been working on a
water and sewer survey for the
area foi the past year and had
just completed it tb present to
the Farmer's Home Authority;
for study and financing appro-q
val. Graham said: "We have of-
fered three avenues, to FHA; us-;
ing Mexico Beach's system, using:,
Highland View's system or put-,i
ting in a system strictly for the
,beaches area." He spid, "It will
be a 'little while before we can,
have a decision from,FHA ".
Graham said, "Wq know you.
want water and we're trying.our
best to get it. That's all we can
After considerable discussion
and coming back again and again
to the subject of getting Mexico
Beach .water now, the, delega-
-tion finally agreed to-wait for
two months to see what resulted
from the county's survey being
presented to FHA.
Too Much Water
The next person to appear be-
fore\ the Board, Carl Wood of
Highland View, broughb down
the house b sta ti ?'My prob-
lem is, I have somn' after I want
to gdt rid ofb.and' ir ull call
those people backi 1l -]t them
have it". Wood a a drainageQ
problem near his h tie, apd the'
Board agreed toi try and get it
Several other iteiris were disJl
posed by the Bbatd, including:
Accepted, a, plat from St. .
Joseph Land' an'd Development
Company for'i new subdivision
Thieves ake Cash,
Articles 6om Pate's
Thieves br6 e into the Pate's
Shell Servicl. Station sometime
Saturday nigt and took some
$75.00 in c range, and: several'
items of merchandise, according
to Chief of Police H. WV Griffin.
The entry was discovered
about 4:00 a.m. Sunday morning
by Police ,'Patrolman, James
Graves, making his regular
rounds. Graves arrested four
young men found sleeping i a
car downtown, on suspicion but
it' was found .they had nothingg
to do with the' robbery. Their
car had broken down 'and they
were waiting: for morning to get
parts to make repairs.
Entry into the station was
made by forcing open a side
'door to the station..
No arrests have been made as&
yet iin connection with the crime.
in Millview addition.
Agreed to authorize the
State Department- of Transpor-
tion. to construct an adequate,
-box culvert on George Wash-
ipgton Branch to carry off ex-
'cess water from the Eastern sec-
tion of Port St. Joe. The project"
was not to exceed $10,000 and
will be paid for with, Secondary
I- t ( l -
Awarded a bid for furnish-
ing cement and reinforcing steel
to St. Joe Hardware for the 1970
Awarded Pate's Service
Center aibid to furnish the coun-
ty's tire recapping needs.
ApProved two local bill; to
.,(Continued! 'On! Page 12)
This auto landed in a deep itch of water after .turning over on
Highway 98 last Thursday. ; ., --Star photo
Car Overturns, Lands In Deep Diich of
Water In Accident on Highway 98
Otis Benjamin-Howard of Ap-
alachicola. lost control, of 'hisa
late model sedan Thursday af-
ternoon of' last week about -a
mile 'and a half South of Port
St. Joe on .U. S. Highway. 98.
Howard's auto skidded, turned
over anid flipped into a deep drain-
age ditch beside the highway,
landing right side up in, water
that nearly covered the auto.
Howard was taken to the Mu-
nicipal Hospital with leg injur-
ies by a Prevatt Funeral Home
Highway Patrolman Ken Mur-
phy said Howard was travelling
about 60 miles per hour when
he lost control on a straight sec-
tion of the highway.
Howard was charged with fail-
ure to have his vehicle under
Has Measles Vaccine
A limited supply -of -Rubella
SVaccine to combat German Mea-
sles in this area has been allocat-
ed to the local health .depart-
An anticipated epidemic of
German Measles in 1970-71 has
prompted making the vaccine
Parents are urged to bring
their children between the ages
of five and eight years to the
health department for rubella
The innoclation clinics will
'-be held on Wednesday after-
noons and Monday mornings.
James McGee, center for Port St. Joe's Gulf
Coast Champion Sharks, signs a grant in aid con-
tract with Gulf Coast Junior College. McGee will
attend the area Junior College next year and
play for the Gulf Coast Commodores. Looking
on at the signing are coaches Bill Dickson, left,
of Port St. Joe High School and Jack Jackson,
right, of Gulf' Coast. David Langston of Port
St. Joe is,also a regular on the Gulf Coast squad.
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McGee Signs With GCJC
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PAGE TW"O 1 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970
A Welcome To Easter
Every holiday is accompanied by certain customs and tradi-
tions. Most of them are characterized by exhausting, frenetic activity.
Even Christmas, with its centuries-old religious connotation, leaves
participants exhausted from holiday festivity. Other holidays are marked
by equally strenuous exhibitionism. Memorial Day is inextricably linked
to the "Indianapolis 500"-a gruelling death-defying auto race. Labor
Day and the Fourth of July have become occasions for a mass exodus
to the seashore and mountains that make the trek of Hannibal and his
elephants pitiful by comparison. ,
Perhaps because of its antiquity, as well as its meaning to
Christians, there is one holiday that is commemorated in a different man-
ner. ) Easter, which this year is observed on March 29, is usually a quiet
occasion. Children hunt their colorful Easter eggs in the cool dampness
of a spring morning. Instead of heading for the mountains or the sea-
shore; millions of Americans make a special effort to go to church on
Easter Sunday. :
With this annual reminder that Christ died on a cruel cross for
man's sins, it is only fitting that Easter be observed as it is. Easter, like
no preacher or witnessing Christian can, reminds everyone of this su-
preme sacrifice and brings the church of our Lord to the forefront more
emphatically than at any other time of the year. Easter means wor-
ship.- Easter means reverence. Easter means Christ died for us -
nothing else. ,
Easter ,s a wholesome kind of ,holiday. It gives everyone an
opportunity to recuperate in a small measure from the harassments of
daily life and reflect on the spiritual. Its coming will be more than
Pickets For Decency
.Most people, we believe, are becoming utterly bored
wit'h./"news" stories that are no- longer news, relating the
anticlsof every handful of hate-America pickets and dem-
onatitators. It -is somewhat a welcome twist to read
S.'aJ plickkt line demonstrating FOR decency.
Just such unusual reporting comes from Derry, New
Hampshire, where all of the leading clergymen in town
are picketing the Plaza Cinema to protest the showing
of a film which has been held in some courts as obscene.
The picture has a "condemned" rating from the National
Catholic Office for Motion Pictures, and the film indus-
try itself rate the movie "X", indicating that it js "for
adults only" and that persons under a certain age. are
not to be admitted.
However, the. ministers, all members of the Clergy-
men's Association in Derry, don't buy the argument that
Too Late To Classify
by RUSSELL KAY
;-^W W W A.W WV "* -' ^^- wfI M~t fA.
If you are concerned about
"hair", and I don't mean the so-
called show of that name, you
can face the future with more or
Japanese dermatologists are
reported to have come up with'
a new nylon substitute for hu-
-man hair. They claim they can
actually plant it in the human
scalp, just as; human hair is
now being transplanted.
Now you no longer need to
worry about falling hair or bald-
ness. You can call a Japanese
dermotoloist and arrange for a
S't'ransplant that will provide you
with a full head of glorious ny-
lon hair that can be any color
you might designate. It is claim-
ed that it will look so natural
that "only your hair dresser will
Of course you will probably
pay through the hair in your
nose to secure this wonderful
false dome. Good looks don't
come for free, you know.
It would surprise me to see a
stampede to Japan for a hair
transplant if the discovery proves
THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLE it. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad, SalMman, Photogra her; Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reoder, Bookkeeper and Complaint .Department
PoSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-8161
Four ST. JOE, FLOwm A 2456
Entered as second-elass matter, Deembr9, 1987, at the Potoffie, Port St. Joe,
Florida, uder Aet of March 8, 18ST.
SUBSCFPPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN AD 5CE
IN COUNTY ONM YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., .75 THE EMOS., $127.0
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, .4.00 OUT OF U. 8. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or commission in advertisements, the pllishers
do not hold themselves liable for d'-age firrther than amount received for anbf
The spoken word I given scant attention; the printed word %n thoughttolly
magbed. The spoki word *a aeert ;" thwe hinted word trout lr con-
aw n qK word i poo te plsved wOd renas. .
a different set of moral values should be applied after a
person reaches the age of 17 or 18. flhey contend that
what is bad for youth is bad for adults. They say that
there is a real connection with the showing of hard core
pornography and the increase in violence, major crime,
and the breakdown of family life. Hence their demon-
stration for decency.
We are impressed that these mea- of;the cloth who
believe in America do not consider it "beiheath their dig-
nity" to stand up an Now, if parents would regiment their own lives to
the values they want to see in their children, it will not be
many moons before the "X" rated movie will disappear.
Also, children may begin to act more like the standards
set up by their parents, if the parents adhere to these
successful and effective.
All these youngsters with hair
down to their shoulders are 'go-
ing to need a replant when they
reach the age of 40 or 50. How
could they go on living if for
any reason their lovely hair
should start thinning or falling
But why limit such nylon trans-
plants to humans? Why not pro-
vide it for animals? Think of
the shaggy dogs we might deve-
lop. And if we could provide
minks with a new coat of hair,
'who could tell the difference?
Mama could enjoy her mink-ny-
lon. coat and nobody would know
Personally I do not have much
of a hair problem. My hair has
only recently started to turn grey
around the edges and folks tell
me it is becoming. Frankly, I
couldn't care less. Whether or
not I am attractive to the op-
posite sex bothers me very little.
I am not as interested in grow-
ing new hair, nylon 'or human,
but would like someone to come
up with an answer to nose hair,
hair on my ears and other non-
orthodox places, including the
bridge of my nose. I am sure
my mother-in-law w would be
equally interested in anything
that would help her surpress the
hair on her upper lip.
While I wish the Japanese
scientists all the luck in the
'world I can assure them here and
now that they can't count on me
as a customer. I would rather go
to my grave with what might be
left of my own natural hair than
resort to some trick nylon pro-
duct designed to fool folks into
thinking I was something other
But in this crazy mixed up
hour in: the world's history I can
understand how some folks
might fall for the temptation to
acquire a new head of hair even
if it is nylon.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
TRAINING UNION 6:30
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE .. 7:30
PRAYER MEETING' (Wednesday) 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
Classes Start At
Lively On April 2
Registration is n6w taking place
for the Spring Term at the Lewis
M. Lively Area Vocational-Techni-
cal School, in Tallahassee, Florida.
Classes will begin April 2, 1970,
but it is necessary to complete re-
gistration before that date.
Classes will be offered in Busi-
ness Education, Marketing Manage-
ment, Textile-Fashion Merchandis-
ing, Industrial and, Adult General
'Education. In the Business Educa-
tion a person may take a complete
business course or brush up on
skills. Classes to be offered in-
clude typewriting, shorthand, Book-
keeping, Business Machines, Busi-
ness English, IBM Key Punch, Of-
fice Practice and Personality 'De-
The Textile-Fashion Merchandis-
ing Program will offer classes in
Fashion Design, Nature of Textiles,
Charm and Poise and Consumer Ed-
ucation. The Marketing Manage-
ment program will offer classes in
- Cashiering, Economics, Communi-
cations and Recordkeeping. Indi-
viduals interested in additional in-
formation about either the Textile-,
Fashion Merchandising Program or
the Marketing. Management Pro-
gram should Contact the Distribu-
tive Education Department at Live-
ly by calling 576-3181 extension
285 or writing in care of the school.
THE GIFT OF
BY JAMES WOLF
Drawing and Sketching are two
different things. Sketching is a
form of drawing but brawing, in
most cases is not sketching.
A sketch is loose and free. Many
times a sketch is a preliminary no-
tation, or a fast record of visual in-
formation. A sketch can serve as a
study of lesson process. Putting
down an idea may serve as a sketch
which later can be worked into a
finished drawing. A sketch book
may be considered as an idea book.
A drawing is a finished work of
Graphic Art, which is a deliberate
expression in the artists' own
materials, concepts and feelings.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Senator Birch Bayh, although firmly against the confirmation
of G. Harrold Carswell to the Supreme Court, gave a convincing
argument over a televised news report the other night, as to just-\
why Carswell SHOULD be nominated'to the Court.
Bayh was asked just why he was opposing Carswell. Bayh re-
plied, "Carswell has a-reputation of being reversed too many times
by the higher courts. He has been reversed in 18 decisions by the
U. S. District Court in cases involving civil rights. His (Carswell's)
decisions weren't, in the opinion of the courts, in keeping with their
opinion of what the country needs at this time in the way of civil
How much better can, one state a position FOR the Judge, even
though trying to oppose. Bayh has now gone on record as saying,
in effect, that the higher courts are making their own rules, reg-
ulations and laws as they go along to suit their opinion, rather than
abiding strictly by the Constitution -and by laws and precedents
on the statute books. .
We don't know too much about law, but it is our understand-
ing that a Judge is for interpretation of the law .. not making
his own rules. Because Carswell operated in this manner he now
draws the fire of such as Senator Bayh. .
Our young men's Sunday School class at the Long Avenue Bap-, /
tist Church took its annual Spring snapper fishing trip on the new
boat of George Holland, who happens to be one of our members..
It was one rough day. The water was rough fromn the time
we left the dock til we got back just as the "front" hit this area
Saturday evening. But, even so, we caught a fine catch of snapper. '
We have to say this about George: we have been taking this trip
now for four or five years and we have always caught the fish.
But this time, we got sick. The first time I have ever been sea-
sick. But, let me tell you, what with the rough water and all, we
had plenty of company on board. Only a couple out of the 20 who
took the trip got "throwing up" sick (and I was one of them), but
nearly everybody was queasy. Still we caught fish, -
We had one mountaineer from Kentucky on board, Richard Cor-
nett, who, has,recently moved to our city, and when he got sick he
did it up in .a big way. Richard remarked, "Now I know why Peter
wanted to walk on the water in that stormy sea. just anything to
get off that rocking boat!"
Richard didn't have the faith of Peter though, because he
stayed right on that boat until it hit the dock somewhere near
the back rail most of the time.
We 'tip our hat in appreciation to Senator Harry Byrd of Vir-
Senator Byrd has said he will withdraw from the Democratic
party next year and become an independent. Senator Byrd is with-
drawing because the Democrats of his state require signing of a
loyalty oath to support every Democratic candidate nominated, or
running on the party label. Senator Byrd said that he could not
obligate himself to support an unknown candidate with unknown
More need to follow Senator Byrd's example and commit them-
selves to vote only for the best candidate, and not for a party.
All City Real and Personal
Property Taxes Become
Delinquent April 1, 1970
Persons Owing Such Tax-
es Are Urged To Pay
Same Before That Date
In Order To Avoid Penal-
C. W. Brock
City Tax Collector
a I L II
C. Byron Smith, PastorI
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florld* THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970
Census Questionnaires Going Out In Mail
S Questionnaires for the 1970 Cen- beginning March 28 tall house- ay.ormbe tons have any abe
sus of Population and Housing will, holds in this area, District Mana- Distributibn of this form before give any assi
be distributed by the Post Offieg ger W. E. MacD announced to- the start of the house-to-house can- ing out\ a qu
be distributed by the Post Offe ge vass gives the family a. chance to- complete. At
assemble information about each bold, the cei
member and about the house in answers to
SE advance of the census taker's visit, covering pop
LOSE The District Manager urges all re- characteristics
'S 'D sidents to fill out the forms and of a 20 pierce
10 LBS. IN have them ready for the census tion's populat
takers when they start their rounds tions include
10 DAYS ON on April 1. of birth, schoi
The form contains 7 questions come, and re
SGRAPE UIT.'r about every person in the house- ditional house
E wRl lr hold and 13 questions, about the to rent or va
: ': dwelling., The personal informa- ing equipmer
l 'tion asked for is.\name, address, other facilities
sex, color or race, month and year The Distri
HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. (Special)-This is the revolutionary of birth, whether married or single, out that inform
grapefruit diet that everyone is suddenly talking about. Liter- and relationship to head of the uals and their
ally thousands upon thousands of copies have been passed from household. The information re- the Census I
hand to hand in factories, plants and offices throughout the quired about the dwelling is: num- dential unde
U.S. and Canada. h d like wildfire. Because this ber of rooms, cooking facilities, statistical tot
is the diet thatreally works. We have testimonials in our plumbing, if rented or 'wned. published. N
files reporting on the success of this diet. If you follow it Most of the'questions are answer- can be ident
exactly, you should lose 10 pounds in 10 days. There will be led by filling in the proper tiny ports and ce
no weight loss in the first four days. But you will suddenly cle with a commonlead penl, not be given
drop 5 pounds on the 5th day. Thereafter you will lose one circle-with a common lead pencil, not be given
pound a day until the 10th day. Then you will lose 1/2 pounds making a tiny black dot which can ment agency
every two days until you get down to your proper weight. Best be "read" by Census Bureau ma- 'collectors, p(
of all there will be no hunger pangs. Now revised and enlarged chines. Residents should read the or school of
this new diet plan lets you stuff yourself with foods that were instruction sheet which will come else.
mormerly "forbidden", such as big steaks trimmed with fat, instruction sheet hich will come else.
roast or fried chicken, rich gravies, mayonnaise, lobster swim- with the questionnaire before filling
ming in butter, bacon fats, sausages and scrambled eggs. You it Out. A
can eat until you are full until you cannot possibly eat any The census taker will check the
more. And still lost 10 pounds in the first ten days plus !t questionaire to see that all ques.
GUARANTEED IN WRITING
4 no limit on miles r no limit on months
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or bruisae breaks of the original
caused by road hazards tread design depth
of normal passenger
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a d to coast
against defects honored by.thousands
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material! dealers across the nation
In accordance with the terms of our printed guarantee, price of
,replacement tire prorated on original tread design wear and
based on Firestone trade level: price for replacement tire at
lime of adjustment. Firestone trade level prices ere intended
to, but may not, represent approximate current average selling
prices, and are subject to change without notice.
Garden Club Sponsoring
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will sponsor a workshop on land-
scape design Thursday, April 2 at
2:00 p.m. at the Garden Center on
Timothy Anderson, landscape
engineer with the University of
Florida Extension Service will con-
duct the workshop.
The workshop is open to the
public. Everyone is welcome.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to offer our
thanks to our many friends who
were so thoughtful during our re-
cent stay in the hospital. We also
offer our thanks to the nurses and
staff and Dr. Joe Hendrix.
God bless each and every one of
MR. and MRS. H. G. PARKER
6.50-13 $29.50 $14.75 $33.50 $16.75 *1.78
7.00-13 31.25 15.62 35.50 17.75 1.96
6.95-14 31.25 15.62 35.75 17.87 1.94
7.35-14 32.50 16.25 37.00 18.50 Zt
7.75-1 .34.50 17.25 39.25 19.62 21
8.25-1 37.75 18.87 43.00 21.50
8.25-14 2 0
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a85.-1 46.25 23.12 52.50 26.25 2.7
All prices plus taxes and tires off your car. *Available in whitewalls only.
Pate's Service Center
Jimmy's Phillips "66" Station
en answered and will
stance needed in fill-
estidnaire that is in-
t every fifth house-
nsus taker will seek
ulation and housing
that are being asked
ent sample of the Na-
ion. The sample ques-
inquiries on country
oling, employment, in-
elated items. The ad-
ing questions relate
lue of dwelling, heat-
it, water supply, and
es and equipment.
ict Manager pointed
rmation about individ-1
ir homes furnished to
Bureau is- kept confi-'
r Federal law. Only
;als and averages are
No individual person
ified in published re-
nsus information can-
to any other Govern-
y, local officials, "tax
police, health,, welfare,
ficers, nor to anyone
"Port St. Joe A Fine Town With Fine Schools" -Atchison
"Port St. Joe is a fine town Atchison said. "I found myself Atchison urged Rotarians and
with a fine school", Tommy Atchi- exceptionally well prepared for the other adults to push students to
son, a cadet junior at West iPoint studies at West Point, and any do better, plan for the future and
told the Rotary Club last Thursday. kid that can't make it in college think of the future. "I know I was-
"Port St. Joe helps a young per- with his background here is, too'u't thinking about anything but
son tremendously with its pride many times, playing around too the here and now when I was in
and support of its school program" much." high school and without the push
of adults I wouldn't have made it".
Atchison praised the -support of
Sthe local people for the athletic
program of the school. "The ath.
l -c ut VIt letics instill pride", he said. With.
out the pride there wouldn't be
MARCH 3 The Girl Scouts had lots of fun. much to work for. He urged adults
Girl Scout Troop 48 met at the to take an interest in the future
Girl Scout Troop 48 met at the MARCH 17 of students here and try to see
meeting place on March 3. The Girl Scout Troop 48 met at their encouraged and
Scouts discussed' the' Scout laws. meeting place March 17. The Girl guided toward making the most of
They also made plans for the com- Scouts started to work on the see- t future '
ing four weeks to' work on the ond meal towards earning the thecl were'John
"Backyard Cook" badge. The Gir, "Backyard Cook" badge. T h e G B sof Pensacola and uob
Scouts will take turns planning, cooks were Nan Parker and Pam B o eaca.
preparing, serving and cleaning up. Hammond. Serving were Marcia Moore of Wewahtchka.
Biggins and Camella Brown while ,
MARCH 10 Janis Schweikert,, Mindy Hanna, PINES
Girl Scout Troop 48 met at the 'Joni Shores and Robin Bailey clean-
meeting place and began to work ed up. The cooks were unable to Stand Tall
on the backyard cook. Camella cook outside because of windyable to Stad Tall
Brown and Marcia Biggins cooked; weather. because of wiIn Florida's
Janis Schweikert and Mindy Han-
na served and Robin Bailey and MARCIA BIGGINS, Futurel
Joni Shbres cleaned up. Troop Scribe
SMART FASHIONS FOR EASTER &
pounds every two days thnereafier until your weignr is uuow.n
normal. The secret behind this new "quick weight loss" diet
is simple. Fat does not form fat. And the grapefruit juice
in this new diet acts as a catalyst (the "trigger"), to start the
fat burning process. You stuff yourself on the permitted food
listed in the diet plan, and still lose unsightly fat and excess
body fluids. When the fat and bloat are gone you will cease
to lose weight and your weight will remain constant. A copy
of this new and startlingly successful diet plan can be obtained
by sending $2 to GRAPEFRUIT DIET PUBLISHERS,' 1213 Pre-
mier Way, Calgary 6, Alberta. Money-back guarantee. If after
trying the diet plan you have not lost 7 pounds in the first
seven days, and 11Y2 pounds every two days thereafter simply
return the diet plan and your $2 Will be refunded promptly
and without argument. Tear out this message as a reminder.
Decide now to regain the trim, attractive figure of your youth,
while enjoying hearty breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
Dept. No. 3-17-17
1213 PREMIER WAY, S.W.
CALGARY 6, ALBERTA-
PAGE FOU THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970
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S S~~NO. 1 WHITE
hauling ouir own produce. Two truckloads each week
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.'. I,. ,h
* Ward rolled a nice 193 game and
447 series. Buddy had a 165 game
and 466 series. For Ace, Izzy Ow-
ens yianager a 458 series and
Wayne Finch a 427.
In the make-up lanes, Shirt and
Trophy took three from Vittum's.
Joe Davis rolled a 183 game and
a big 511 series for Shirt and Tro-
phy. Darayl Strickland put toge-
ther a 172 game and 478 series.
Joy. Strickland had a 151 game
and 415 series. Ruby Lucas threw
a 168 for a 464 total. For Vit-
turn's, Mary Harrison paced the
losers with her 170 game and 401
series. Robert and Bill weren't too
Vittums bounced back by beat-
ing St, Joe Lanes for all four
games. Robert M. found himself
and rolled games of 197, 186 and
144 for a 527 series. Ruby follow-
ed close behind with her 179, 162
and 174 games and 515 series. Mary
Gulf County Mixed League a 507 series.- Evelyn Smith had a
.Whitfield's jumped on No. 1187 game. Get this! Ann Penning-
Drive-In, taking th.eeout of f. ton rolled games of 142, 132 and
games, with James Hicks leading 126 for a 400 series. Sue Parrish
th ay with his 171 game and for Butler's, had a 168 game and
492 series. Mary Whitfield had a 440 series. Tanya Lyles threw e
168 game and 412 series. No. l's Joe games of 1P2, 125 and 118 foi-a
Padgett had a big 216 game and a 375 total.
417 series. John Nash rolled a 178. 13 Mile Oyster Company defeat-
St. Joe Lanes captured three ed Ace Oil Company for all four
from Butler's Restaurant. Ralph games. Wayne Ward had a 185
Ward put together three games for. game and a 483 series. Martha
410 Reid Avenue
H. rolled 1147, 183 and 128 games
and a 458 total. Bill G. had 160 Minutes of The I's Officn MA
and 394. Ralph Ward for St. Joe IT s VOlflil, No
Jim Pennington tossed a 168 and BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Fishing In Ball
445. Ann P. managed games of
116, 114 and 91 for a 321. Maxine Game Reserve
Smith had 144 and 356. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA open defiance of authority of a
Shirt and Trophy continued to FEBRUARY 10, 1970 member of the staff at Wewahitch-
roll, taking four from 13 Mile Os- The Gulf County School Board kaHigh School, use of profane PANAMA CITY Region Man-
ter. Big Joe had his usual big met in regular session on February misconduct on the school campuremises, ager T. L. Garrison, Game and
games of 180, 155 and 193 for a 10, 1970. The following members uttering intent to do violence to sh Water Fish Commission, has
528 series. Joy Davis beat the old were present andacting: a member of the staff of Wewa- issued a statement regarding public
man in one game with a 197. me, WaylonGraham. oe hitchka High School. entry on the Edward A. Ball Wild-
Daryal S. had 194 and-460. Doris _Boardmembers Raffield and The Superintendent was direct- life Management Are' in: Gulf
S.. dD mb io ed to notify Owens' parents of his C y, i clarly as concerns
was close behind her husband with Whit'field were absent. Mrs ulson and fyee so p n sm nt of hif ghas in
a 164 and 425.Ea Sutton, Mrs. Sara Maddox, Mrs. right to have a hearing before the fishing.
Whitfield's defeated Butler's on Jean Faliski, representing the S school Board i they so desire. Garrison said that the area is
all four tries. Jim Hicks for Whit-' Joe.High School Band Boosters As- The Superintendent read a let d to all public entry whatso-
fields' tossed games of 175, 174 sociation, met with the Board re- ter from Floyd Chr istian, State tall Publicentrywhatso-.
fo a 4.sed es o 1r~questing financial help in pur- Commissioner of Education, con. ever, and that fishing is prohibited.
for a 483 series. Mary W. beat chasing new band uniforms. The cerning new contract forms for in- e la tat La. Wimico
Bill W. with a 483 to 446. For Board instructed the Superinten- structional personnel who, are. He explained that Lake Wimico
Butler's Stewart Lyles led the way dent to discuss the matter..with the hired subsequent to July 1, 1970. iis not considered a part of the
with a 411 Tanya rolled a 121 Finance Officer and ascertain if The Superintendent presented area as long as fishermen remain
L a..1. Parrish .a 148 an-d Sue the Board had the resources to an easement request from the City 'in their boats, and that the lake
game, Larry Pars a148andSue contribute to this worthy cause. of Port St. Joe for the site that ,i ,,, to fishing He said also
P., a 147. The Board counseled James Fen- the ne wsewerage lift station is lo- n tpe fishing. He said also
Ace Oil Co., took all four from nell, a student at Port St. Joe High cated on. The Board instructed the that Depot Creek and Intracoastal
No. 1 Drive-In. Izzy Owens threw School, concerning his expulsion Superintendent to consult their at. Canal entrances to Lake Wimico
the big ball with games of 172 by the Principal of that school. torney and present his recommen- likewise are open to fishing.
the big ball with games of 172, The Board permitted the student dations at the next board meeting.
181 and 190 for a 563 total. For to return to the school with the The Superintendent read letters However, other entry to the
Ace, Wayne threw a 508, Barb- a understanding that he would be- from Principals Walter Wilder and management area for any purpose,
367, Ann F. 322. No. 1's best was have himself and adhere to the Harrell Holloway suspending stu- including fishing, either through
'Joe Padgett with a 430. Billy P. rules and regulations. .dents-4or, infraction ofthe rules
Joe Padgett with a 430. Billy PThe board unanimously agreed at their respctive schoolses locked gates or by leaving designat-
added 355, John Nash 357 and to expell Richard Owens, a stu- The Superintendeit read a boil- ed waters leading to Lake Wimico,
Betty N. 325. dent at Wewahitchka High School er inspection report on the boilers is strictly prohibited under terms
Standings W L for the remainder of the 1969-70 within the system. He stated that of agreement with owners of the
Vittum's Standard 59 .37 school year. The reasons for his all boilers were found to be satis- land ahe
Ace OU o --- 4 4 expulsion are as follows: His wil- factory. The inspector represented said.
Ace Oil Co..._ 54 ful disobedience o school admn- he Continental Inspe rance Corn- Garrison saidfurther that tight
Shirt and Trophy _-- 49% 38% istration on the school campus, pany.on sdu
St. Joe Lanes ...... 50 46 The Superintendent reported the reins will be kept on entry into
13 Mile Oyster Co L--. 50 46 place, theft of numerous tools.and, other the area, and that law enforcement
Whitfield's ----_45% 50% Marvin's lost' all four games. items of equipment from the In- officers ha'e been advised to halt
No. 1 Drive-In37 55dustrial Betty was off thatArts Department of Wash- all fishing within the landed area.
No. 1 Drive-In .. 37 55 Bett was off that day and Dot ington High School. The thefts
Butler's Lounge--- ...... 31 61 had a 138 while Dorothy rolled 132 have been reported to law officers.
127 and 127 for a 386 series. A utilities survey conducted by within the system. The news let-
Ladies Winter League Next we find Dairyburger taking Florida Utility Service Company ter will carry information of inter-
Glidden cleaned up again with three games away from Wewa of Jacksonville, Florida was pre- est to all parties. A major objective
Glidde cleaned up again with three games away from Wewa sented by the Superintendent. The of this approach is to develop a
some nice trick pick-ups as a 3-7-10 Bank. Evelyn had high games and survey stated that the Board was more cohesive and cooperative
split made by Christine Lightfoot series with her 180, 137 and 186 being billed at the electric rate ap- system. -
who also had high 155, 159 and 160 games and 503 series. Hazel was plicabl to the class of service re- TheBoard appointed James Mc-
games with a 474 total. Mary Alice next line with games of 125, 171 schools.re by th operation of our Gee aschoola bus driver for Washingtnuary 9,
had 165, 131 and 115 games for a and 107 and a 403 total. Jo Sealy The Board authorized the Super- 1970.
411 total. Gall rolled a 130, 147 and added her 115, 133 and 122 games intendent to send bid requests to The Board appointed Mrs. Patsy
112 games for 411 and Maydell and 370 series. all jobbers, requesting same for Lister to a teaching position, ef-
had 130, 141 and 110 games for a Wewa's girls didn't give up tho. the furniture and equipment re- festive January 5, 1970.
quirements for the new St. Joe The Board accepted Miss Nether
383 series, keeping Glidden in first Rose kept them up with her 133 High School. The bids mut be re- Lowery resignation as a teacher
game while Barb helped with a turned by 5:00 p.m. March 17, aide at Washington High School,
series of 124, 127 and 122 games. 1970. / effective December 19, 1969.
The Board discussed the final The Board appointed Miss Yo-
Don't forget Ann's 120 helped. check list on Wewahitchka High landa Powe as a teacher aide at
Pate's took three away from No. School. The Superintendent noti-' Washington High School, effective
I 174. Ruby took- high series with Williams, Inc., had inf9riied, the There being io further business,
her 450. Brenda had 139, 133 and sub-contractors of the importance the Board adjourned to meet
hof them completing the items on again in regular session on March
135 games and Opal added a 141 the check list pertaining to their 3, 1970 at 9:00 A.M., EST.
and 145. respective companies. ATTEST:
SOn Team No. 6, Elaine had a The Superintendent presented B. J. RICH, Sr.,
all Board members a copy of the Chairman
nice game of 132. Joyce rolled a news letter now being published R. MARION CRAIG,
S -121, 136 and 121 for a 378 series, monthly for all personnel working Superintendent
Port St. Joe, Florida
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THURSDAY, MARCH 26,r 1970
THE STAR, Fort 0). Joe, Fla. 32.456
~A~E six THE STAR. Port St. Jo.. Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970.
Ldes iold to Shape Up
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The,;Vit~ir,Wivej Club .had ,as their guest today woman.
Tuesday..eveningi Mrsw Helpn Shuh,, a well-known The nqxt. meeting will be held April 21 at' te
television, personality in this,area. home of. Mrs. Grace Hanson on Garrison Ave-
The meeting was .held, at the home of Mrp. nue. Shown from left to right in the photo are
Edna Goldsberry, 1106 Long Avenue. Mrs. Judy Mrs. Grace Hanson, Mrs. Judy McClain, Mrs. Bren-
McClain was co-hostess. da Earl, Mrs. Helen Shuh and Mrs. Edna Golds--
Mrs. Shuh gave a very interesting talk on berry.
the importance of physical fitness and charm for -Star photo
S:OES OFFICERS-Front row, left to right: Onnie Herring, Marie Creamer, Evelyn, Smith,
Ralph Swatts, Sr., Mabel Swatts, Joseph Pippin, Dotis Forrester, Essie Williams,- Marjorie. Hor-
Gloria Pippin, Aline Hightower, Nora Gibbs and ton 'and Winna Mae Todd.
Robert Cromer, Sr., Back row, left to right: ; -Star photo
M rs. Joseph Pippin Installe d
As Worthy Matron of OES
~ ~ ~ 4 y 4 **"'- '"
' The Masonic Hall was the col
Sorful petting Tuesday evening
March 17 for an impressive cere-
non y in which the new officers
of Gulf' Chapter 191, Order of
Eastern Star were installed, with
grace and beauty befitting this
The guest book was kept by
Mrs. Aliene Hightower and Mrs.
SOnnie Herring welcomed mem-
bers and guests, presenting to
each of the new officers and the
guests of honor a corsage of yel-
low roses and yellow carnations,
a gift from the new Worthy Mat-
'The chapter room was beauti-
fully decorated with greenery
and yellow and white roses, the
Mrs. Dudley Vaughn was hoste
to the Annie V. Stone Circle of tI
.First United ethodJt PtVrchvb
?March 16, with six members a
one visitor attending. .
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, president
the WSCS met with the Cirdel
gave a' most interesting program
on the "Life of Christ" using r
I productions of faimoup; painting
for mustration, and with sped
emphasis on the betrayal, crucifi
ion and resurrection. She canclu
ed the program with the readif
of an original poem, "The Barr
Reports were given on the Mei
Club supper and purchases for ti
fr. Brinson invitOi ihe Circ
to meet -with her for the Api
Presides at Meet
The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi met March 17
at the Florida Power Lounge. The
president, Flo Maddox, presided
over the meeting calling the meet.
ing to order with the opening rit.
Program chairman, Greta Free-
man, reported that Carol Rish will
be the' hostess for the next meet-
ing on April 7.
Ways and Means chairman, Betty
Lewis, announced that there are
still several cook books,' "Favorite
Recipes of Beta Sigma Phi", to
be sold. Those not sold by April 7
should be turned in at that meet-
Election of officers for next year
was-held with the results as fol-
lows: President, Lynda Sullivan;;
'.Vice-President, Shirley Daniels;'
Reeordingi Secretary, Greta 'Free.
man ;Corresponding Secretary,, Bet-
ty Lewis; Treasurer, Wandis Scott;
Extension Officer, Sissy Farnis; .Ci-
vil Defense, Dot Grossman; Histor-
ian, Elva Jones. These officers will
be installed at, the first meeting ip
Social Chairman, Martha San-
borin, announced that the Easter
Egg hunt for the sorority children
will be held Friday before Easter
at 4:30 at Mr. and Mrs. Pridgeon's
in White City. Everyone is asked
to bring a packed lunch.
The program for the evening was
presented by Sissy Farris on Bra-
zil. She covered all aspects of Bra-
zilian culture including religion,
politics, climate and language. Re-
freshments were served by the
hostess, Flo Maddox.
Jamie tester Observes
Birthday With Party
Jamie Lester celebrated his
birthday with a party at his home
at 1019 tong Avenue Saturday,
The guests enjoyed playing sev-
eral games and were served re-
freshments of cake and punch.
Among those present were Tim
Ard, Juanise Griffin, Nancy Jones,
Tanya Cross, Charles Smith, John-
ny Wayne Smith, handy Larkin,
Scott, Brian and Gregg Burkett,
Vickie Cannon, Harley and San-
dy Ward, Debbie and Jim Stutz-,
man, Chris Martin, Patrick How-
ard, Mitchell and Mail Maddox,
Matt Stone and Aunt Addie Good-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gay proudly
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Sheila Elaine Gay .to
Donald Ray Baker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson Baker, all of Port St.
The wedding took place in Bain-
-chosen colors of the new Wor- by Mrs. ,Mildred Marbury and bridge, Georgia on March 11.
thy Matron. In front of the dias Mrs. Joy Richards, soloist. --
Swas a tall arrangement of sea As Mrs. Gloria Pippin was es-
9 oats and in front of this arrange- corted to her station, she was Cubs Will Meet
f ment was a poster with the Gol- presented with a gavel by her
i den Rule printed in gold. This daughter, Katiina, ,a gift from Cub Scout Pack 47 will hold
i, pointed out the theme of the her family. its monthly Pack meeting to-
Worthy Matron-elect. New Officers night at 7:'30 p.m. in the High
Meeting the guests at the door The following officers were School Cafeteria.
and giving out programs were installed for the ensuing year:
the pages, Katrina and Jay Pip- Worthy Matron, Gloria Pippin;
pin, daughter and son of the Worthy. Patron, Joseph Pippin; with his wife. He stated he would
incoming' Worthy Matron and Associate Matron, Nora Gibbs; remember the advice of the In-
Worthy Patron. Associate Patron, Robert L. stalling Officer at the beginning
The opening ceremonies were Creamer, Sr.; Secretary, Marjorie of the ceremony.
presided over by Miss Clara Horton; Conductress, Aliene Gifts Presented
Pate, the retiring Worthy Mat-. Hightoyer; Associate Conduc- The retiring Worthy Matron,
ron. The Lord's Prayer was re- tress, Evelyn Smith; Marshal, Es- Miss Clara Pate, was presented a
peated in unison let 'by Miss sieiWilliams; Adah, Dotis Forres- money tree and Eastern Star pin
Pate. Robert Creamer, retiring ten; Esther, Onnie Herring; War- from the officers and members
Worthy Patron, led the assembly der, Winnie Mae Todd; Sentinel, and the retiring Worthy Patron,
in the pledge of allegiance to. Ralph A. Swatts, Sr. 'Robert J. Creamer, was present-
the flag, after which the Nation- Officers -to be, installed ,at a' ed a plaque.
al Anthem was sung' b all. later,date are: Treasurei, Sybil, Mrs Pippin presented gifts o
Miss Pate welcomed all mem- Scheffer; Chaplain, Bell DuBose;, appreciation to the installing of-
bers and visitors. Distinguished Electa, Lucille Williams. ficers and to the others who as-
guests introduced were: Mrs. Co- Prior to the installation, Mrs. sisted in the installation cere-'
rine Dykes, Past Grand Esther of. Joy Richards sang the beautiful money; thanking each one for
'ss panama City; Mrs. Mildred Mar- song,'"HoW Great Thou-Art" and the help given by eachto make
hie bury, Grand Representative of at the conclusion she sang, the evening a success.
?_ Quiebec of St. Andrews; Mrs. "When Irish Eyes are Smiling", Miss Claa Pate presented Mrs
nd Ruby Atherton, Grand Instructoir which was very appropriate sine b iss t "traveling" worthy
elect of Lynn Haven; Mrs. Ber- the installation was held on St. Pippin te traveling Worthy
f "tha *Smith, Grand Adah of Pan- Patrick's Day. .., Matron pin, which is haned
pd ama City; Joseph -Pippin, the In her acceptance speech, the ing Worthy Matron.
km Worshipful Master of Lodge 111 new Worthy Matron, Mrs. Gloria .
re- F, & AM of Port St. Joe. Pippin, stated that it was a priv- In closing, the entire group
gs Miss Pate then presented the ilege and honor to be chosen as sang "Just A Closer Walk With
al installing officers: Mrs. Mildred Worthy Matron and that she Thee" and all repeated the Miz-
s- Marbury, P. M. and Grand Rep- hoped that all would cooperate pah benediction with the closing
id- resentative of Quebec. Mrs. Mar- together and make this ear a prayer by Mrs. Maybel Swatts.
ng bury in turn presented the offi- success. Using as her motto, Representatives from other
en cers to assist her. in the instal- "The Golden -Rule": 'Whatsoever chapters of Florida were: Pana-
lation ceremony: Installing Mar- ye would that men should do ito ma City Chapter 102, Gorie Chap-
n's shal, Mrs. Delores Cassel, P.M., you do ye even so to them' ",, ter 192, St. Andrews Chapter 223,
he Grand Instructor of District 3; Matt. 7:12. She read a poem on: Lynn Haven Chapter 262 and We-
Installing Chaplain, Mrs. Corine the theme of doing for others. wahitchka Chapter 229.
le Dykes, P.M.,. Past Grand Esther; The new Worthy Patron, Jos- 'Refreshments were served to
ril Installing Organist, Mrs. Fraices .eph ippio, eypressd his plea,.everyone by Mrs. Winnie Mae
Meriwether, P.M.; Obligation led sure in being selected to serve Todd& andMrs.'Uora-GTbbs."
Miss Edith Nannette McLaw-
hofi, March bride-elect, was hon-.
ored with a shower at the home
of Mrs.' Dave Maddox aittla*,
March 21. ,
Co-hostdsses for the occasion,
with Mrs. Maddox, were Mrs. A.
P: Martin,' Mrs. W:P.l Dockery,
Mrs. T. J. Mitchell, Mrs. Keith
Ward and Mrs Wesley R. Ram-
Shown at the evetit Ire, left
to rioht, Miss .Becky Hendrix,
Mrs..Gene Raffield, the honoree,
Mrs. George McLawhon, mother
of the honoree and Miss Barbara
Miss McLawhon will become.
the bride of Steve Michael Man-
ieni on Saturday, April 4 at 2:00
Sii.r. in the Long Avenue BaltiSt t.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Broshar and
daughter Debbie of6 Lebanon, In-
diana, are visiting. Mrs. Broshar's
sister and.' family, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss McLawhon HNo.re
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TH E SAR, PortSt. Joe. Florid THURSDAY, MARCH 26,1970.
11TH STAR, Port St. Joe, I-la. 32456
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970
Miss Pani Wilson, daughter of
"i Mr. and Mrs. James T. Wilson,
of 802 Garrison. Ave., Port St.
Joe, has been named a recipient
of the Weslyan Scholar Award
by Wesleyan College in Macon,
/ Georgia. Over four hundred
high school seniors were nomin-
ated for the award by the prin-
cipals of schools located in many
states in the .southeast. Miss
Wilson, who was nominated by
B. Walter Wilder, principal of
Port St. Joe High School, is one
of only nineteen students who
will receive the award.
According to Dr. W. Earl
Strickland, president of Wesley-
an, the criteria used in the selec-
tionl of scholar recipients were
academic excellence, leadership
potential, personal integrity, so-
cal maturity, and emotional sta-
iility. I addition, each finalist
was reqFrId' to have aper-sodJl,
interview '"Oth' a representative-
of -the college. Neither race, re-
j. gion, qeed,-nor state of resi-
dence was a criterion, Dr. Strick-
Sland said. _
Miss Wilson, who was named
i i > 4
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ell, a member of the National
Honor Society and Keyettes, and
was the yearbook copy editor and
assistant business manager. She
was also elected to the Home-
coming Queen's Court. She was
a NCTE finalist, second runner-
up in the Port St. Joe Junior Miss
Pageant, and was named Port
St. Joe High's Outstanding Teen-
ager of America.
Wesleyan is the first college in
the world chartered to grant de-
grees to women. Since 1836 it
has remained intentionally small
and traditionally select and now
has a student body numbering ap-
Wesleyan offers a diversified
curriculum suited to the differ-
ent interests of individuals. With
a strong emphasis on both the
'liberal arts and fine arts, cour-
Ses 'of study' are' offered that
le dAto threellegrees: the Bach-
elor of Arts degree, the Bache-
lor of Fine Arts degree, and the
Bachelor of Music degree. Wes-
leyan is a fully accredited in-
stitution of higher learning. ,
GUlf 66 of 6 -7 +Counties For.
St namely Jackson and Duval, were
.Last County 6Seat MOVe a eGadsden became number five
by HAROLD BELL
SFlorida's last county to be
formed was Gilchrist County
Which completed the 67 we now
Have. This was on December 4,
Located just west of Alachua
and southeast .of 1'Dixie County,
1 Gilchrist is one of the smallest
in area of the 'tafte total. The
total area is only 300 square
The 66th county was official-
' ly formed just a few months
earlier with Gulf County com-
ing in on June 6, 1925. This one
was formerly part of Calhoun
An interesting observation is
that it was a total of 104 years
between the first and last Flor-
ida counties to be formed. Escam-
bia was the very first and the
date was July 21, 1821. Military
Governor Andrew Jackson cre-
ated this and St. John's County
on the same date but the offi-
cial order shows Escambia to be
In 1822, the third and fourth,
in the year 1823 as aid Monroe
in the same year. This was the
sixth county.' '
The year 1824 saw Leon come
in as the seventh and Walton as
Other North Florida counties
to come in during the next few
years included Jefferson as num-
ber 13 on January 20, 1827, and
Madison next on December 26 of
the same year.
All the counties up until this
time were admitted during the
time classed as the Territoriail
period. When the first Territor-
ial Constitutional Convention was
AT A MINIMUM COST
Pam Wilson Selected For
Scholarship by Wesleyan
Duaid Rich, class president, was
in charge of a short business meet
ing. Everyone was encouraged to
invite friends and attend the
church revival April 19 through 25.
1 The date and place of the next
claks meeting. will be announced
'The hostess, Betty Rich, served
potato chips and dip, assorted
cookies, tunnel of fudge cake, hard
candy, Pepsi's and coffee. A good
time was had by all attending,
held in St. Joseph in 1838, there
had been a total of twenty coun-
Ten years later, Holmes Coun-
ty came in for one of the first
afterfFlorida had become a state.
This was number 27 and on Jan-
uary 8, 1848.
Two Florida county seats have
been changed during the past
eight years. The latest is Gulf-
County which voted on May 26,
1964 to move the seat of govern-
nient from Wewahitchka to Port
State records show the referen-
dum vote was 2,410 to move the
county seat to Port St.' Joe while
1,849 voted to keep it in Wewa-
In case some readers of this
article might wonder how a coun-
ty seat location 'may be changed,
voters' of a county may vote on
such a proposal upon a petition
of one-third of the qualified vot-I
ers who are also taxpayers on
real or personal property in the
county. In this case, the popu-
lation had shifted in Gulf Coun-
ty during the past several years
with Port St. Joe having many
Records. show that Collier
County had moved the county
seat from Everglades to East
Naples and into a new court-
house on September 30, 1962.
Elections had been held for this
A removal of a county seat in'
Northwest Florida occurred back
in 1927 when Washington County
shifted its affairs from Vernon
to Chipley. Chipley is actually
the fourth county seat for the
county. The first county seat was
at Moss Hill, the next at Arcadia
and then Vernon before moving-
Dade County ,now teie' most
populous in Florida, has had an
interesting exchange of county
seats. The first was established at
Indian Key on February 4, 1836,
was moved to Miami in 1944. An-
other move was made in June
of 1889 and reclaimed by Miami
ten years later, in 1899.
MARKING COMMITTEE FOR
THRIFT' SHOP IS NAMED
The, Thrift Shop pick-up : and
marking committee, for April is
Mesdames Bill Brown, Thomas
McDermott, Tom Par&ier and J. R.
Smith. Anyone having articles for
the' Thrift Shop are urged to call
any of these ladies. -
Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Rich of White City entertained
their Sunday school class with fun
and fellowship in their home.
The members attending were
Gayle and David Horton, Charlene
and Herbert Smith, Elsie and
Charles Cauley, Dora and Bill
Dunigan, Betty and David Rich. two
new members, Mary and David
Shepherd and the class teacher,
A demonstration of the "Inch
Master" was given and everyone
was invited to try it out. Phyllis
Price and Elsie Cauley led in the
games of stacking toothpicks, dip-
ping cotton balls blindfolded, pota-
to race and carrying beans on a
Washington High Cage LWinners
The annual intramural basketball tournament
was held at Washington High School during the
week of MVarch 17 through 20,-
The champions of the tournament in the ele-
mentary department were 6-A boys, coached, by
William Best and 6-A girls coached by Era Bailey.
The sixth grade class sponsor'is W. Smith. The
The champions of the Junior High Depart-
ment are 7-A boyq coached by James Bouie. Mrs.
S. A. Riley is their sponsor.
The ninth grade girls, coached by Thomas
Sims won in their division. The ninth grade spon-
sors are Mrs. NM. Wy-n and C. Monette.' The 9-A
boys, coached by John Sherman,'wert ,aIso cham-
pionis. Their sponsor is Mr. Monette.
Each class that won championships was pre-
sented a trophy by the prini6'pal) Edwin Wil-
liams. Tourndm'ent director"was Coach David
Jones. Tournament manager was Thomas Sims.
Heaman Jones is Elementary physical edtecation
Joy Club Story Told to Kiwanis Club At Tuesday Meeting
Henry Campbell and Mrs. Benny expand into an offering for senior
Roberts explained the program of high school students as well. \
JOY Clubs to the Kiwanis Club at Mrs. Roberts explained that there
their regular meeting Tuesday of are 160 children presently being
this week. taught by 18 volunteer teachers and
Campbell introduced the pro- co-workers with representatives
gram explaining that the program- from six local churches on the
was founded to teach Bible truths staff. The classes meet in homes
in a non-denominational way 'to and present a program of Bible
elementary school age children in knowledge stressing the learning
the Port St. Joe area. He said of scripture verses. Awards are of-
the program is now beginning to fered as an incentive for reaching
-- a goal. The ultimate goal is a free
iI week at summer camp for learn-
H. V. Ele lentary ing 100 scripture verses.
IstS onor Roll Directors of the operation are
Lists Honor RoII Henry Campbell, Emory Stephens,
Howard Blick, principal of the
Highland View Elementary School,
has announced the following honor
roll for the fourth six weeks per-
All 'A' Honor Roll
Grade 6-Rita Casey, Joni Shores
Marcella McFadden and Marcia
Grade 5-Linda Carey.
Grade 4-Joseph Bearden, Kar.
en Little and Donna Casey.
'A' and 'B' Honor Roll
Grade 6-Debra Bailey, Joy
Milte and Cindy Hicks.
Grade 5-Tommy Branch, Steve
Hogg, Virginia Whitfield, Carol
Wood and Theresa Young.
Grade 4--Audrey King, Suzanne
Oliver,, Carol Bishop and Danny
Dick Lamberson and, Floyd Rob-
erts, The program is financed by
Guests of the club were Keyettes
Carol Grace and Angie Butts and
Key Clubbers Lawrence Bowen
and Steve Atchison and E. C. Ash
of Mobile, Ala.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970
Large Crowd Attends Second
Annual High School Art Show
, night, was termed a great success
t by the many people of Gulf Coun-
Sty who visited the' show. Miss
Wells, art instructor at the High
School guided the students in pre-
Lunch Room Menu senting their show using many
Lunch oom Menu mediums in the exhibits.
Port St. Joe Elementary School There was evidence of much ori-
ginality and creative aiblity as
Monday, March 30 well as knowledge and. a wide as-
No school. Easter holiday. sortment of media and technical
Tuesday, March 31 skill in the work displayed in each
Navy beans, boiled franks, but- category.
tered spinach, hot biscuit, butter, The Art Awards were as fol-
jelly and milk. lows:
Wednesday, April 1
Hot dogs, buttered -potatoes, Drawing: Debbie Williamson,
cabbage slaw, peanut butter chews, 12th grade, Pencil "Composition"
butter and milk. and Mike Ash, llth grade, Ink,
Thursday, April 2 "Lines in Nature".
Fried chicken, buttered rice, Painting: J, 12th
English.. peas, lettuce and tomato Pat Jimmy Ash, 12th
salad, sliced peaches, white bread, grade, Tempera style, abstract Ex-
butter and milk. pression, "Universal Love"; Rosan.
Friday, April 3 e Ruther, 11th grade, Sponge
a FridaydApIe 3 a painting, "Fruit" and Joy Parker,
Macaroni and chicken casserole, 11th grade, Braywood Ink, 'City".
turnip greens, carrot sticks, orange
cake, corn bread, butter and milk. Pastels: Lucia Arnold, 10th
-- Say You Saw It In The Star -
grade, "Rider on a Horse".
Collage: Gregg Burch, .12th
grade, Tissue Paper "Underwater"
and Henry Boone, 12th grade, Tis-
sue Paper "Landscape".
Advertising Design: D e bbie
Sykes, 12th grade, Sealamin and
crayon "Peace is it too late" and
Randy Smith, 11th grade, Poster
Tempera, "Sounds, Music Reacts
to Sounds of Today".
Ceramics: Phil McLeod,. 10th
grade, vase glazed with mixed col-
ors and Steve Bass, 10th grade,
vase with decoration, glazed.
Sculpture: Richard Combs, 11th
grade, Wrie, "Ostrichs a Bird".
Mixed Media: Wayne Martin,
10th grade, Composition in conte
crayon and ink.
Construction: Derores Dickey,
10th grade, "Composition in Ab-
stract", cardboard and colored
paper and ink. Dewana Guilott,
10th grade, "Poem", cardboard
composition 'temp'era and ink.
The students who gave able as-
sistance in acting as guides and
responsible hosts andl hostesses
were: Jimmy Demmings, Ronald
Gaffney, Judy Stone, Wayne Mar-
tin, Becky Eliott, Lucia Arnold,
Jerry Padgett and Joel Maitin.
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Student Councils from Port St. Joe High School and
Washington High School met' recently in the Material
Center in the Gulf County Courthouse to discuss the move
of Washington students to 'the new Port St. Joe High
School next school term. Discussed was the type of stu-
dent government to be utilized, method of selection of offi-
cers, future rules and regulations for students, curriculum
offered and other problems to be discussed and agreed
upon. Meeting with the Council members from both
schools were their faculty advisors, Principals Walter
Wilder and Edwin Williams, Supervisor William Linton/
Guidance Counsellor Zack Wuthrich and Superintendent of
Public Instruction R. Marion Craig.
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Don't Hard Boil Those Easter Eggs
GAINESVILLE -L- Don't hard
boil eggs for Easter.
Hard-kcook them instead. You
con match eye appeal with taste'
appeal if you take care to cook eggs
properly, says Mrs. Beth Walsh,
food specialist, Florida Coopera-
tive Extension Service.
The texture of eggs cooked in
shells is affected by the heat. Heat
coagulates and sets the protein and
the egg becomes' firm. When eggs
are cooked at simmering tempera-
tures below the boiling point of
water, Mrs. Walsh said, the white ing eggs at low temperatures and When dyeing eggs, keep the
will be firm but tender and the cooling,promptly will help prevent temperature of the dye higher
yolk smooth. Cooked at the boiling it. than that of the eggs to prevent
point of water, the white becomes Eggs to be hard-cooked should be the eggs from absorbing the dye.
somewhat tough and the yolk mea-, completely covered in a pan with Easter, Spring, and the egg have
ly. Fast-boiling spoils the flavor, cold water. Bring the water to sim- 'been associated for longer i than
too. mering and simmer 10-20 minutes. man remembers. Even before Eas-
The green discoloration that Timing will depend on the degree ter became a holy day in much'of
sometimes appears between .the of doneness you desire and the the world, the egg was associated
and the yolk of a hard-cooked egg size of the egg. Do not let the with Spring, for the egg was'a sym-
results from a chemical reaction water boil. When the eggs are bol of fertility and new life. The
between sulphur in the white and done, plunge them at once into Easter rabbit, the Easter Parade,
iron in the yolk. This discoloration cold running water and leave there and the egg all developed from
is unattractive but harmless. Cook-, until cold. pagan Spring festival customs.
For the second year in a row
the Port St. Joe High School Art
Show, held Friday and Saturday
Student Councils Discuss Merger
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Monarch Jellied CRANBERRY
Jack & Beanstalk CUT GREEN
Jack & Beamstailk MIDGET
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Porterhouse lb. 1.35 New York Strip lb. 1.69
Rib Eyes ..--lb. 1.69 Cube 'Steakk -- b. 99c
T-Bone ------lb. 1.29 Savoy Broil lb. 99c
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND .
WE HAVE CLARK CHOPPED SfRLOIN STEAKS
-- FRESH PORK SPECIALS --
S I lb.
T-Bone Wafer Thin
Loin Chops --- lb. 89c CHOPS lb. 99c
First Cut SALT PORK .. ---------lb. 39
PORK STEAKS---- ib. 59c
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Fine Flavored 8 oz. box '
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Baker's 6 Oz. Box
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March 31 Last Day To Apply For Medicare
March 31 is not only the last helps pay doctor bills and certain
day of the month, but it will be other medical bills) during an en-
the last day for some older people rollment period that begins no later
to sign up for the "doctor bill in- than three years after his first op-
surance" of Medicare, Jerry L. portunity to sign up. Under this
Myers, Acting Manager of the rule, March 1970 is the last month
Panama City Social Security Of- for people who are born between
fice, said today. October 1, 1901 and October 2, 1902
Myers explained that under the to sign up for this protection.
Medicare law an individual may Anyone who has enrolled and
enroll for this supplementary me- later dropped out may re-enroll
dical insurance (the part that, just once. The second enrollment
Easter Lilies Top the List of Gifts
Appropriate for This Time of Year
GAINESVILLE This year, as immediately or wait until the stem
always, Easter lilies will be at the and leaves have died back, in sum-
top of the list for Easter gift mer.
flowers. Take care of the plant as you
When the flowers fade, the would any of your ornamentals
plant may be set outside, watered,' when it comes to watering and fer-
fertilizer and allowed to grow and tilizing. Be sure to plant it in a
develop a new bulb. After the top well-drained location. Bulbs in lo-
dies down in late July the bulb cations that are continually wet
can be stored in sand in a plastic will rot.
bag, until October or November Although insects and diseases
planted and grown again for next are seldom a problem, the small
Easter, says Dr. E W. McElwee, insects such as aphids, which may
horticulturist with the Flordia Co- be discovered in colonies where
operative Extension Service, they are feeding on new growth,
Easter lilies do well when plant- could cause considerable distor-
ed in the ground. So, if you prefer, tion.
when the blooms are gone, you The most serious result of aphid
may set the plants in the 'ground infestations is the possibility of
spreading the virus disease. Since
; .'* there is no control for this disease,
OS the virus-affected plants should be
removed and destroyed as soon as
they are noticed.
C 6 6 CLASSIFIED ADSI
Midaet Investments That Yield
6 6 Nant Returns. i
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M,
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:00 P.M.
'Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend '
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..... 5:45
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. Ji C. ODUM, Pastor
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
must take place within three years ing in July 1970. Late applicants
after the month the first enroll- must pay 10 percent more for each
ment period ended. Under this full year they could haie enrolled
rule, March is the last chance for but failed to do so. Anyone who
anyone who had this coverage but'
let it lapse in 1967.
"Individuals who were born after
October 1, 1902, and have never en-
rolled for this doctor bill insurance
should sign up before March 31,"
Myers said. "This applies also to
those who had the coverage but
dropped it in 1968 and have not
re-enrolled. While they may have
a chance next year, if they wait
and sign up then, they would not
have the protection until July
The regular premium cost for
this voluntary medical insurance
under Medicare will be $5.30 start-
Gulf Co"ty Men's League
Only one more week to go in
the Men's Monday night league
and Rich's IGA is still on top with
Shirt and Trophy only two and a
half games behind. Monday night
saw action as follows:
On lanes 1' and 2 Team No. 6
took three and a half points from
Costin's with David Roche letting
loose with a fine 552 series and
245 game. Leading Costin's team
was Bill Barlow with a 448.,
Lanes 3 and 4 had Shirt and
Trophy Center taking three points
from Peak's Temko. Joe Davis led
KIT H E N
by'the Florida Power Corporation
For a congealed salad that is
very easy to prepare as well as
great in flavor just try this mold-
ed crabmeat salad. This salad will
bring many compliments from fami-
ly and friends.
MOLDED CRABMEAT SALAD
1 envelop of unflavored gelatin
1 cup cold water
Y cup hot water
1 lb. crabmeat
'% cup mayonnaise
1 cup ketchup
2 tablespoons lemon juice
% cup diced celery
2 tablespoons sweet pickle relish
S2 tablespoons ripe olives
% teaspoon salt
Sprinkle gelatin in cold water
and let stand for 5 minutes. Add
hot water and stir until dissolved.
Add remaining ingredients and
mix. Chill, until mixture begins to
set, then transfer to mold (1% qt.
size) or bowl and place in refriger-
ator until firmly set. Makes six
servings. Serve on salad greens and
garnish with lemon slices.
SMALL CLAIMS. COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that I,
B. E. Parker, Sheriff of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, under and by virtue
of a Writ of Execution heretofore
issued out of the above entitled
Court, in the above styled cause,
have levied- upon the following
personal property, situate, lying
and being in Gulf County, Florida,
One (1) 1959 Ford 2 dr. T. Bird
Tag No. 66W-433, ID No. H9Y-
as the property of the above nam-
ed defendant, and that on the
27th day of March, 1970, between
the legal hours of sale, namely
11:00 o'clock in the forenoon and
2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, on
said day, at the front door of the
Court House in Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, I will offer for
sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash, in hand, the above des-
cribed property, as.the property of
said defendant, to satisfy said ex-
Is/ B. E. PARKER, Sheriff
Gulf County, Florida
waits until next year to enroll will
have to pay a 1Q percent higher
premium than if they had enrolled
this month. ,
,"So, anyone who believes he may
be eligible now for this valuable
protection should contact the near-
est social security office right a-
way, and safely before March 31,"
/The office for this area is locat-
ed at 1135 Harrison Avenue, Pana-
ma 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 na-
S. and T. with his 561 series and
0. D. Strickland added a 516 ser-
ies and 224 game. Heacock led
Peak's with his 509 series and 201
Deer Planted In Preserve I.
Regional Game Biologist Charles Turner, far tions on the public hunt area. Game Manager
right, watches as one of six deer were released Gary L Weber and Game Biologist Jimmy C, Mc.
recently on Gaskin Wildlife Management Area Daniel released the deer. Norman G. Vick in''
in an effort to hasten the recovery of deer popula- background was an observer of the release.
SG--Game Commission Photo
Bass Fishing Continues To
Pick Un In Panhandle Area
On lanes 5 and 6, CampbelPs
Drug lost all four points to Rich's
IGA. Wayne Ernst just went wild Bass fishing continues to pick
with a 647 series and games of up this week in Northwest Florida
209, 245 and 193. Jim Stengele ad- wherever water conditions are in
ded a 558 series for Rich's. Da- any way satisfactory, according to
vid Seymour led Campbell's, with the Northwest Florida Region of
a 528 series., the Game and Fresh Water Fish-
The SJPC Millwrights had no Commission.
trouble on lanes 7 and 8 as they Crappie again are biting better,
took four from St. Joe Lanes by also, and there are scattered re-
forfeit. Red Todd bowled high for ports of fair bluegill and shell-
the Millwrights with a 427 series. cracker fishing. Catfishing is good
Standings W L in many spots.
Rich's IGA ---------73% 30% Fishing fever is rising .rapidly
Shirt and Trophy .-.. 75 ,33 and fishermen are reading, watch-
Costin's -- 591% 48% ing and listening daily to reports
Campbell's Drugs --_ 58% 49% of ,"where to go" and the most
SJPC Millwrights ---- 57t 50% used baits at present. Unfavorable
Team No. 6 --------57 51 wind conditions and a sharp chill
St. Joe Lanes --- -- 32% 75% in the weather at week end are
Peak's Temko --------- 22 86 expected to be only temporary set-
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 32401
P. O. Box 246
Unit 'No. 8, City Marina
backs to a big upswing real soon Lakes, including fishing off the
in fishing pressure, dam at iWewahitchka, bass fishing
The Middle Ochlockonee River is fair, mostly on live bait.
and New River in Franklin Coun- St. Vincent Island Refuge has
ty, Liberty County streams and excellent bass fishing on all lures.
sloughs, the Upper Escambia, Up-
per Shoal and Upper Fellow Riv-
ers, Chipola River, Holmes Creek
and Choctawhatchee River are still
high and in less than good condi-
tion, yet all are reporting a few
fishermen back on these waters.
Other lakes and streams in the
16-county area are in good condi-
tion and are due for plenty of ac-
Dead Lakes is reporting fair
catches of crappie off the dam at
Crooked River in Franklin Coun-
ty, Lake Seminole, Lake Victor in
Holmes County, Merritt's Mill
Pond, Dead Lakes, Lakes Talquin,
lamonia and Jackson and the Low-
er Ochlockonee River are rapidly
getting back in the bluegill busi-
tion from now on. ness.
Upper Dead 'Lakes at Cypress With warmer weather promised
Creek has good bass fishing on De- for the week ahead, calm days are,
vil Horse lures, live bait and plas- a sure bet for good catches now of
tic worms. Elsewhere on the Dead all species of fresh water fish.
JIM WALTER HOMES
I would li ke to hove more Information-and the cost of
building on my property. I understand there would be
no obligation to buy and that you would give me these
facts free of charge.
Telephone (or neighbors)
If rural route please give directions
I own property in county.j
-.- - - -
MOTEL ST. JOE and DINING ROOM
5th Street and Highway 98
Port St. Joe, Florida
reasonable terms available
for qualified purchaser-
See or Call -
M. P. TOMLINSON
Registered Real Estate Broker
403 Monument Avenue Telephone 227-3201
I uls -. ~. ii. ,..
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THE STAk Part St;. Joe, Nor. 32456
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970
.a a ill U1 I~UIf II a I
b' New Zealand Frozen Whole Quick Frozen Peeled & Deveined 1
Banquet Juick Froen Delicious I 0 A R 89" B LBS l B>Bi .
BEEF STEW lb. pk. i9 Lamb Legs .,.. 89 Bag Shr p 1.99
"Super-Right" Boneless Beef Shoulder Grade "A" Frozen Cornish (20-oz. Avg.) Cap'n John's Frozen Perch or- (9-oz. Pilgs.)
Swiss Steaks Lb. $1.08 Game Hens 2 1.49 Haddock Dinners 2189i
"Super-Right" Western Beef Grade "A" Frozen 6 to 8 Lb. Avg. Quick Frozen
Cubed Steaks ". $1.28 Young Turkeys LB. 49c Headless Shrimp Lb. 99
ft"A&P U MONEY SAVER
I Spe ial! AgPA c eoIIelie
I I I .S
FRESH BULK WHITE
FRESH GA. RED
Swt. Potatoes 4
Per, O C
More Ester rocer Valu
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ALL VARIETIES ANN PAGE LAYER
BUSH'S SHOWBOAT 17 OZ. CANS
Pork & means
17 Oz. Cars A&P W. K.
4 for 1.00
CORN 4 cans 89c
What hot weather starts, co
weather finishes both extreme
drain battery power. But befo
you fill the air with electrifyir
oaths, see us for a checkup
your starting and charging system;
We'll find the real trouble, wit
aIt flattery trouble
your problem, we ca
and recommend I
finest NAPA b
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PARTS CO., Inc.
TALLAHASSER The Plorida
Highway Patrol today reminded
motorists that Florida law requires
the use of low beam .headlights
during the daytime when driving in
rain, smoke or fog.- ... .
Patrol Director Reid Clifton said,
"Florida's daytime headlight law,
for driving in bad weather, is still
unknown or unpracticed by some
of our local residents and many
ld of our out-of-state visitors. By obey-
es ing the law, chances of becoming
ng involved in an accident due to poor
of visibility are lessened.
rn, Clifton feels very strongly that
the law helps drivers avoid acci-
dents by making 'cars visible. "If
rry you know the location of a car,
the there is less chance you'll collide
ply with it," he said.
can The law requires that low beam
headlights be used when driving
in rain, smoke, fog or when visibi-
lity is reduced to 500 feet or less.
According to Clifton, parking
lights or any auxiliary lights d6
not meet the requirements of the
END HOT WATER
have all you need for
all your chores witlihe
GAS WATER HEATER
Cash in When .
You Checkout -- I-
with JELLY EGGS ?.... Big 29c
Plaid Stamps! COCONUT CR. EGGS.. 1aed39c
FRUIT & NUT EGGS .ed 39
^VI .I ULX>PLAID MDUAa i nmrnno Size
wmnuC010"Atliruoof| STAMPS MARSHMALLOW EGGS 1-oz. Pkg 29c
.ers. o. $1.89 CHOCOLATE RABBITS 49c
..ooo~o. ... '. .^ -GUM BUNNIES..." '"29c
IF UNABLE TO OBTAIN ANY ITEM, PLEASE REQUEST A RAIN CHECK Prices in this ad good through Saturady March 28, 1970.
Assures longer Means greater
tank life...9 recovery power...
provides positive more hot water,
Protection against faster. No more
the corrosive : .waiting in-between
action of hot chores.
1i 0 rqurmm ... I
0 Avallabl In 2
0 ~ 2
Added to Gas
and 75 gallon
* AutumatIs nutria.
310 Ui OVal?
10 sot fify iwm~
0, 30, 40, 5
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
Red Buds Put Out
PI I i
The red buds in our city out-did themselves this spring with
their bursting forth in dainty flower. This particular red bud tree
was located in Constitution Park near the Museum and is only a
sample of the full bloom put on by all the trees in the City. A
sign that Spring is here and Summer is not far behind,
114 Itofinmemt Ave.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970
"Our last Name Is Service" Coulter
Says of Florida's Forest Service,
Prior to July 1, 1969, there was evidence of more, devotion to good
an agency within the state system works than Hux Coulter's Florida
known as the Florida Forest Ser- Forest Service.
"Our last name is Service," State
Forester C. H. "Hux" Coulter was
heard to say. more than once. And
few state organizations can show
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School property in North, Port
The new subdivision will be
zoned R1A which calls for sin-
gle family dwellings with a min-
imum of 800 square feet of liv-
ing area. ,,
Lots in the new subdivision-are
75 feet by 150 feet.
The plat was tentatively;- ap-
v Bid Let
I A-1 Fence Company df Port St.
Joe was awarded a contract to
construct a chain link fence
around the new Dixie Youth
baseball field in -Forest Park.
AAl bid '$996.73 for the job. ABC
Fence Industries bid $950.59,'but
did not meet the specifications
for materials. Sears Roebuck bid..
$1,338.19. T '
The City accepted a bid of
$201.99 from R. H. Ellzey for
purchase of the old 1939 Ford
fire truck which is not now be-
ing used. Elizey's bid was the
only one received.
History' Class sponsoring "Help Us Help" project
Collecting Books for Indians
!The 8-1 History class under
the direction of Gerald Lewter,
of Port St. Joe High School, is
sponsoring a project they have
labeled, "Help Us Help".
The project is designed to help
the American Indian to further
his education which is at the
present, only six years of school-
ing, The class is organizing' a
book drive to help the Indians
The Indians, are in great need
of, decent comic books, paper-
back books,'hardback books and
.If anyone is interested in' con-
tributing to this cause, please
bring the books to Room 16, Port
St. Joe High School.
A house to house canvas for
books will be held Saturday from
11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The
'books will be forwarded to the
Indians Tuesday of next week.
Is headquarters for all your office supply needs. We stocK
Only famous brand names in quality office supplies No
need to wait for those everyday office needs.. Call us today!
,. STAMP DATERS
STAMP PADS and INK
, SCRATCH PADS, all sizes'
,* TYPEWRITER PAPER
INDEX CARDS, all sizes
f CARD FILES, wood & metal
SGEM CLIPS, FASTENERS
LEGAL and LETTER PADS
-- And A Host of Other Office Needs -
"Publishers of Your Home-Town Newspaper"
PHONE 2-27-811 806 WLUEAMS AVE.
Though the name has changed,
and Mr. Coulter no longer heads
that agency, the newly named Di-
vision of Forestry is holding high
its long standing and well 'earned
trophies.. evidence of devotion
to public service. Florida's forest,
once stripped, has also changed.
The key- which makes such a
change possible is called "good for-
It is the primary job of the for-
ester to offer recommendations for
improving forest management. His
assistance to the tree farmer is
designed to help the landowner get
a better dollar return from his
The county forester works with
the landowner to set up a plan de-
signed for immediate harvests and
dollar returns, if possible. Surely
a good portion of the plan has to
do-with the "big picture," -the long
view which comes from planning
into the years and decades ahead.
There is an example of two tim-
berland owners. O'ne enjoyed a re-
peated dollar return from his for-
est land. The other scraped up
hardly enough from his timber to
pay taxes. And thereiun lies the dif-
ference in types of management,
or indeed types of. forests .
. But the overriding advantage of
proper forest management is that
It provides for additional and con-
tinuing harvests all along. Instead
of selling out on a clear-cut deal
and ending-all return for 20 or 30
years, the "planned" cutting leaves
those trees which promise perhaps
double return if -allowed a few
more years growth.
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be introduced in the Florida Leg- t
nature. One would make it per- k
missive for Gulf County munici-
palities to use the services of
the County Tax Assessor and *
Collector for tax billing and col- a
meeting purposes. The other p
would create a fire control dis-
trict around the City of Wewa-
hitchka to furnish rural fire pro- c
Neek End Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Ferrin Rogers vis- y
ted last week end with the Paul F
James Farmer family in Augusta,
REGISTER NOW FOR'
THE SPRING TERM
AT LIVELY VO-TECH
Nature 'of Textiles
Charm and Poise
Gasoline Engine Mechanics
ALSO CLASSES IN ADULT
APRIL 2, 1970
Approved by the State
Department of Education and
the Veterans Administration
For More Information
Call 576-3181 or write:
.500 North Appleyard Drive.
Tallahassee, Florida 32304
2 Houses for the Price of One!
$400.00 Down $3995
$50.00 per Month $ 99
418 and 420 First Street Highland View
See George Skipper
102 In Stock to Choose From!
Starting at $104.95
CENTRAL SYSTEM POWER
WINDOW MODEL ECONOMY
QUIET KOOL 24
A PRODUCT OF EMERSON RADIO r .0 BTU
-4 Now whole house cooling
power fits in the window or
/rI _.- thru-the-wall... offers these
[ I comfort extras: Heavy duty
SSlide-out chassis Four air
direction wheels Auto-.
matic thermostat Two
MODEL 24J2SM speed operation Fresh air
24,000 BTU 230/208 dual and exhaust -
votair a ir erit*iU*n@U
Furniture and TV
323 Reid Avenue Phone 229-3611
FOR SALE: Lots at St. Joe Beach FOR SALE: Maytag wringer type
and Beacon Hill; Royal portable washer $25; set of tubs on legs
ypewriter, $30.00. Antiques, all $10; movie camera $8. Mrs. R. L.
inds. Lamps and vases greatly re- Fortner, Mexico Beach, Phone 648-
luced. Call for appointment, 227- 3241. 2tc-3-26
CASH PAID for timber land -or
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms, 2 other acreage anywhere in North-
baths, fully carpeted. 106 Bell- west Florida. Contact .. Baker
my Circle Phone 2278486 for ap- (private party-not a dealer), 5017
ointment. tfc-3-26 Kendrick Street, Panama City,
FOR SALE: 5 room house. Fire- (904)785-3201. 4tp-3-19
place, new roof, nice shaded lot. FOR SALE: Baby bed, play pen,
on Garrison Ave. $7800. Call 229- full set,of golf clubs in good
571. tfe-3-26 shape. For information call 227.
FOR SALE: 3 acres of land with 8296 after 4 p.m. tfc-3-19
3 bedroom house at Simmons Ba. FOR SALE: 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air
you. Phone 229-5567. Station Wagon. Power brakes and
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house steering, air conditioned, new paint,
one block from water. St. Joe extra sharp. $895. For sale by own-
Beach. $4500. Call 227-4221 after er. Wiltrade 648-4836. 2c-3-26
p.m. FOR SALE: Seigler heater, with
.^....oil drum and stand. In perfect
Cno A] I~~rnyn hncondiie t I on. $50.00 .SeBiloey.-_
FOR SALu E : 2 U cpomUUL louse, Woc
and stucco, carpet and air con-
ditioned. 523 7th St. 227-3067. tfe
FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedroom
house. Large front room and
large family room. At St. Joe
Beach. Phone' 648-4976.
FOR RENT: Large two bedroom
furnished waterfront home. Lo-
cated at St Joe Beach. Bent by the
week. Ph. 229-1143. tfc-6-28
FOR RENT- Warehouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture. Co.
FOR RENT: Furnishea two bed-
room beach cottages at St Joe
MBeach. Reasonable monthly rates.
Call 227-3491 or 227-8490. tfc-7-31
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnid bed a pe a rt
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans,
They dust be seen to be apprec-
iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK-
ING SPACE. Phone 229,2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park, White City. tfc-8-14
FOR RENT: Space available for
mobile home on lots back of
.Costin's Cottages, Beacon Hill.'
Call 227-7816... : 2-19
FOR SALE: .1964 Dodge Polara, 2-
door hardtop. Air conditioned
'and 'power steering. $895.00. See
at Swatts and Parker or call 227-
2471 days, or 229-6300 nights. 1-29
FOR SALE: 1966 Ford Mustang GT
289 engine, 4 speed transmission.
Take up. payments. No equity. Call
229-6263. or can be seen at 1206
FOR SALE: 1965 Cadillac. Has 29,-
1 151 miles. Call Mrs.. Tom dwens,:
1110 Long Avenue after 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Upright freezer, 15 cu.
ft. $100.00. Phone 229-6323..
FOR AIR CONDITIONING and ap-
pliance repair call 229-6323..
FOR SALE: 1970., Honda, Model
CB350. In perfect condition. Al-
most new. Phone 227-8111 for in-
formation. Reasonable. tfc-2-5
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete' Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
condition. $50.00. See Bill Moely.
FOR SALE: Garden club caladium
bulbs, 20c, 25e and, 35 each.
Fee at the home of Mrs. Kenneth
Bateman, 623 Woodward Ave., or
SAW FILING and carpenter work.
Bert Hall; Phone 229-6185, White
City, next to fire station., tfc-2r12
FOR SALE: Jeep Wagoneer, 4-
wheel drive, air conditioned,
power steering, radio and heater,
Warren Log-O-Matic hubs, new
tires. Excellent condition. $1695.
Phone 229-3421. 1 3-5-tfc
CABLE TV IS GREAT
Service on St. Joe Beach,
Beacon Hill and Mexico Beach'
West Coast Cable-Vision
,7-27 Company 2-19
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave.
REDUCE safe and fast with GoBese
tablets and E-Vap "water pills".
CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 4tp-3-5
Interior and Exterior
Also Vinyl Wallpaper Hung
--.Free Estimate -
WILLIAM H. EMILY
4t Phone 648-7175 3-12
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone =29-2937
TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
and removed or trimmed. Call
653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
Ym r SHBRWIN-WILLIAMS
PAIMT aaler in P-* A& -,
306 Reid Ave.
Inventory of 1645.00 :to 2790.00
cash required for inventory and
equipment. You must have a
good car and be able to devote
at least 4 to 12 hours per week.
If you are interested, have the
desire, drive, determination and
want to be successful in a grow-
ing business of your own, fritet
'us today. Please enclose name,
address and telephone number.
-W We Welcome Investigation "
S -1342 South Glenstone
SSpringfield, Mo. 65804
LIVE and DRESSED -channel cat
fish at Douglas Landing. 10p3-26
FOUND: Full grown Chihuahua'
near Florida Bank Friday :after-
noon about 4:30. Owner may have-
by identifying and paying for this
ad. Call 229-6152.
FOR SALE: German Shepherd pup-
pies.; Reg. AKC. Champion blood
lines, $50.00. 648-4836, Mexico Beb.
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
GuMaratee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227.
S 4 STYLE.TEX
Fabric back vinyl wall covering -
and APPLIANCE CO.
306 Reid Avenue
WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
Aluminum and east iron welding.
Years of experience. Call J. L.
Temple 229-6167, 1302 Palm Blvd.
RADIO and TV REPAIR
Antenna Specialists E
tfe White City -1.3
INCOME TAX RETURNS-.Bernard
0. Wester. 813 Marvin Ave. Sub-
scriber.to Prentice-Hall Tax Guide.
Phone 227-8586 after 5:80 p.m.
- ." FOR
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.--Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.L.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second .and fourth Tuesday
nights 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 11, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty.
Each year the drug industry Invests millions of dollars in
research to support the 'nearly 800 million prescriptions
filled yearly by pharmacists throughout the country. This
investment results In new "wonder drugs" which let us
live our lives longer, healthier. Of the 275 million dollars
Invested last year more than 130 million dollars went for
quality control research. Improved precision measuring
and compounding Instruments were developed to make
even more certain you receive exactly what your doctor
prescribes. And the investment also went for developing
improved.methods of production. As the methods of manu-
fdctyuing Improve the price of the bulk drug decreases
This saving Is passed on to you in lower prescription prices.
The "gold pill" of yesterday is purchased today for a nomi.
Sral amount Thds, a conscientious, developing industry
S wOrks to improve the service and quality of the pharmaceu.
: ticals you receive today and tomorrow.
For'the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions fP
OUR iex PHARMACY
Buzzett's Drug Store
- 317 Williams Avenue Phone 227-3371
Drive-In Window Service. Plenty of Frae Parking
For This Area
Become a distributor in one of
America's -largest -and -fastest
growing industries. You will be
distributing national brand pro-
ducts. No experience required*
All accounts are contracted for
and set up by our company. You
merely' restock locations with
our national brand products.
You Can Earn
$800 A Month
Based. On Your
Voltage aiOr conditioner