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THIRTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970 NUMBER 36
... _... A'i*cations Filed for Three
Rural Water, Sewer oans
'.".. lHale G. Smith of Florida State University and a FSU geolo-
gy 'student, examine some of the artifacts found near Jones Home.
. stead -Saturday. -Star photo
Mrs. Fred Maddox of Port St. Joe, a member'of the St. Joseph
. Historical Society. holds an ancient pair of scissors found at Jones
Homestead Saturday morning. --Star photo
Digging Fails to Yield Historic Items
Anticipation of finding histor-
ical artifacts and graves of the.,
'old St. Joseph era faded Satur-
day. when a team of archaelogi- .
~ cal students from Florida State .
SUniversity failed to turn up evi-
dence of additional sites in the
Jones Homestead area.
T" The FSU team, headed by Dr.
BHale G. 'Smith, chairman of' the
'Department of Arciaeology'aqd
Anthropology at the university,
had hoped to find' evidence .that
the site- owned by Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Smith, was the.locatiq n of
one of the two other ce'eet6 6riv
which were suspect to: iav.
existed during the early' p of
'In City Friday Night
Several merchants in Port St.
Joe are 'trying something .new
Friday night, in sponsoring a
"Moonlight Madness" sale from
7:00 to 9:00 p.m. '
After the stores close at F?:00
p.m., a live band will play for'
dancing in the street -from 9:00
to 11:00 p.m. on Reid Avenue.
During the dance hours, free
refreshments will be served to
Custoiners are invited to reg-
ister in each store for free gift
Certificates to be given away
Every 15 minutes from 9:00 to
At 10:00 p.m., $50.00 in cash
will be given away by the Mer-
Last Rites Held
For Mrs. Pilgreen
Funeral services were held
Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p.m.
for Mrs. Louise D. Pilgreen, 85,
of Mexico Beach. The services
were held in'Birmingham, Ala.,
with interment in the family plot
at Elmwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Pilgreen, a resident of
Mexico Beach, passed away last
Wednesday, May 6 in the Port St.
Joe Municipal Hospital following
a long illness. She had made her
home with her daughter, Mrs.
Harold Barton, since February,
She was a member of the West
End Baptist Church of Birming-
Survivors include two daugh-
- ters, Mrs. Harold Barton of Mex-
ico Beach and Mrs. Sidney P.
Mosley of Birmingham, Ala.; two
sons, H. C. Pilgreen of Atlanfa,
Ga., and A. H. Pilgreen of North
SHollywood, palif.; a sifter, Mrs.
L. 0. Vinson of Birmingham, Ala.
eight grandchildren and one
Prevatt Funeral Home was in
charge of all local arrangements.
the Nineteenth century.
-Dr. Smith's team conducted
digging operations adjacent to
the old St. Joseph Cemetery last
summer in an effort to find ru-
mored mass graves of the era,
but were stymied in that effort
Bobby Smith found what he
thought to be graVe intentions
on the Onds Hoinestead :ite sev-
eral weeks ago wlhen he was pre-
paring a .garden site., Jesse Stone .
president of the St. Joseph His-
torical Society dug in one of the
indaIno4j'.and located a coffin
similar: tdi the ones unearthed
last surfumer. This sparked the
investigation of last Saturday.
Members of Dr. Smith's team
probed the area extensively,
searching for indications of oth-
er graves but the only items
turned up were pieces of pottery,
oyster shells, bricks and bric-a-
Dr. Smith said the pottery
found could be dated in the
1880's. He drew the conclusion,
that the area found was of an
old homestead with graves prob-
ably being a family burial
Mrs. Sarah Sheffield' of Port
St. Joe was present at the site
Saturday and said the house
formerly there had beeh owned
by her father, Dr. A. W. Jones,
. Before leaving, Dr. Smith said
he and his team would return la-
ter this summer and make more
extensive excavations. He plans
to dig trenches at right angles
in both directions from the found
grave in hopes of finding more.
Max W. Kilbourn. engineer Sheriff's Department and the
the county, told the Gulf Iqr .;Clerk's office have complained
of Commissioners Tuesday th 'of trouble with lights and elec-
applications had been' filed: i.tW4Uy'operated machines.
the proper federal 'etheidc fpato ]'AtiropIer 'rounding is suspect-
funding of, thrfe 6 ur JbI't r'and ed but the Board will have the
sewer systems !i' Qu f!ou 1h.- Ej. blemi looked into by a com-
Kilbourn said;lii .offi6 BW1 peMent 'lectrician. .
made application 'fur' a'tys'e'i, In the meantime, the electrical
for Oak Grove tohe i dr The subcontractor oh the two-year-old-
Beaches area h p6. r Wif t building is being notified of the
.City, all made! a.t"the 4.rquest' qf problems.
the Board. ,' A report from the fire under-
The request lasied for grants writer for the building also put
and loans for a likhree 'districts the Board on notice for improper
which are designed to operate placement of combustibles and
as self-supportink land s'elf-liqui- for not keeping proper dating
dating systems, on fire extinguishers. Chairman
The County reached agreement Graham noted that most of the
with the City of Port St. Joe last items had already been taken
week to furnish water and sew-' care of. .
er. at a delivered-to-the-gate bulk Costs Projected
rate. The, other two systems, if Mosquito Control Supervisor
they. are constructed will prob- C. E. Daniell presented a-rdport.
ably. ue wells for a water sup- at the request of Chairman Gra-
ply and require construction of ham of the costs for fogging and
a sewage disposal plant. garbage fill. operations furnished
Ki]bourn alsblsked'or .ay- the City of Port.St'.Joe.
meant of $3,600 o6i-' his' work on The' City pays $6,000 each
the three systems over a period year to the Mosquito Control
of two. years. The County will unit for these services.
be reimbursed for' the engineer- Daniell reported that his de-
ing fees when And'if the projects apartment spends $3,836.70 for
are approved.' fogging operations and $4,885.45
Electrical Problems for garbage land fill service for
The Board discussed several the City.
electrical problems in the Gulf Graham also asked Daniell
County Courthouse. Both the when the mosquito fogging op-
erations would stalt as hedi lget-
ting requests; along this li iel
Daniel replied tp t he, l'Uyi
waited as iqog as he i
spray formula, l4o titbd 'hint 'by,'
the state aidd,he i t4dIto make
it go as far into SdpleLftber and
October as he could since these
..were heavy mosquito months.
Daniel wag asked' to begin his
spraying the middle of May each
Road priorities were set up
for the' County's department to
accomplish over the next few
Top priority was given to the
extension of Long Avenue 'beside
the new Port St. Joe High School.
Road Superintendent Lloyd
Whitfield -said this road would
be-ready. for the Department of
Transportation to pave about
the middle of June. ,
Second priority was given to
the road which will serve the
St. Joselh BWy Country Club and
third priority was given to the
completion of Avenue A exten-
Commissioner S i 1 as Player
asked that all 'wrk be halted on
the Saul's Creek road: until "two
public boat ramps promised the
county on the road is deeded
over to the ,Board.
Fire Damages St. Joseph's Catholic Church;
Fire which started in a small
kitchen of the-annex of St. Jos-
eph's.'Catholie Church, c6mplete-
ly. gutted the annex Sutdday at
St. Joseph's morning services
were over at 11:30 a.m. and
members gathered in the annex
for about 15 minutes for fellow-
ship and coffee following the ser-
vices. Just before noon, the pas-
tor, Father William Crowe, was
getting in his car to leave when
he heard some glass breaking
and a muffled explosion;
Crowe ran around to the side
of the church and saw smoke
boiling out of the eaves of the
Another Band Uniform
Glenn Williams, left, secretary and treasurer of the Port St.
Joe Lions Club, presents a check for $100.00 to bandmaster James
Clark to purchase a band uniform for the Port St. Joe High School
Band. The Lions have joined other civic clubs in the City in con-
tributing to this community project. -Star photo
annex. He shut the wing of the
building up tight and surmioned
the fire department.
The fire department quickly
brought the blaze under control
and kept it from' spreading to
the sanctuary. All damage was
confined to the annex whichh was
completely gutted inside.
Fire Chief R. H. Elizey cre-
dited Crowe's actions of closing
off the building with holding
damage to a minimum.
Damage to the wing was esti-
mated at $10,000 to $15,000,
including all educational sup-
plies and furnishings which were
The Senior Class will be pre-
seriting their annual play Mon-
day and 'Tuesday, May 18 and
19 in the High School Auditor-
ium. The production, a 3-act com-
edy by Felicia Metcalfe will .be
entitled, "Willie's Week End".
An over-protective mother,
Mrs. Ophelia Winkle, has a very
wealthy 22-year-old' son, Willie,
whose health she is very wor-
ried about, for if he dies, his in-
heritance is to go to a cat hos-
There the fun begins. Once
free of his mother in Bide-A-wee
She begins a remarkable recovery
and embarks orn an adventure
complete with romance, suppos-
ed burglary and kidnapping, spi-
ced with a patient who thinks
he is Napoleon and one who
thinks he is Captain Kid.
The cast of characters will in-
Janie Lou Higgins, Janie Shea-
'ly; Mrs. Ophelia Winkle, Becky
Elyliott; Willie Winkle, Billy Ra-
bon; Mrs. Edith McDl-nald, Con-
stance Peters; Hannah Mulligan,
Brenda Wall; Mrs. Josephus Po-
sey, Wayne Martin; Ozro San-
ders, Rick Brannon; Samuel Pres-
ton Hodges, Tommy Ash; Eva
Wood, Kay Holland; Brenda'
Burton, Debbie Sykes; Shirley
Linton, Maxine ,Leslie; Mrs. Le-
titia Wood, Teresa Counts; Dave,
Henry Boone; Joe, Adrian Gant;
and Orderly, Roger Ferry.
The play is being directed by
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis.
The complete interior of St. Joseph's Catholic ter-fire gutted the wing of the church Sunday at
Church Annex was nothing but a charred ruin af- noon. --Star photo
'Old Ben' Taken Suddenly
By Death Sunday Morning
Ben C. Williams, 56, a former
member of the Florida Legisla-
ture for Gulf County, died un-
expectedly of a heart attack ear-
ly Sunday morning.
Williams was stricken after
midnight and died as he was
being rushed to the hospital.
Williams. a lifelong resident of
Gulf County, was born in Port
St. Joe May 5, 1914. He was a
member of the Highland View
Baptist Church and a member of
Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111, F.-
&A.M., for 27 years. He was also
a member and one of the found-
ers of St. Joseph chapter.No. 56,
Royal Arch Masons.
In past years, Williams had
been a conductor for the Apala-
chicola Northern Railroad for 25
years and was recently employ-
ed as head electrician for the
Gulf County school system.
Williams served in the Florida
Legislature from 1962 to 1968
suffering defeat by 74 votes after
re-apportionment of the House of
Survivors include his wife, No-
nis and mother, Mrs. C. C. Wil-
liams of Port St. Joe; two sons,
James A. Williams of Panama
City and Sgt. William R. Wil-
liams with the U. S. Army; a
stepson, Tyrone Blackburn of Im-
mokalee; three stepdaughters,
Mrs. Sylvia Williams of Panama
City and Linda and Pam Haratik
of Port St. Joe; a brother, Wil-
liam C. Williams of Dalkeith and
a sister, Mrs. Gordon Farris of
Port St. Joe and six grandchil-
Funeral services were held
Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
from the Highland View Baptist
Church with the Rev. William N.
Stephens officiating assisted by
Rev. Robert Cary. Burial was in
Holly Hill Cemetery with full
Masonic rites given by the Port
St. Joe Lodge.
Prevatt Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
THU STAR. Port St. Joe, PIe. 32456 ThURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970
Future Is Bleak
A terrible piece of information crossed our desk the
other day. The disquieting news came from one of the
many bureaus which takes polls and surveys on every-
thing from how mariy times a scared frog hops in an-hour
to the number of times a man puts change in the pocket
with a hole in it, before he smarts up and puts it in the
This horrendous tale said that among the hardest hit
by the shrinking job market are those college students
with the highest academic degree doctor of philosophy.
.It seems the job market for this species has shrunk to al-
The Ph. D's aren't the only casualties, however. Ac-
cording to the tittilating tid-bit the demand for college
graduates in many fields is declining, and one college
placement official even observed, "young people are go-
ing to have to work a little bit harder".
We're not particularly unhappy about this bit of news.
Those who had the stick-with-it to get the degrees in the
first place will certainly not be bothered with having to
work a bit until something better in their field shows up.'
Those who have made it, will continue to make it, because
of their determination as well as their education.
We can't help but choke back a chuckle when we pon-
der the perilous possibilities of the hippies, yippies, dis-
senters and the demonstrators on our campuses. They are
'the ones who are supposedly seeking the degrees in order
to order someone else around and save their own energies
for "deeper things". This type won't make it in the world
where one has to "get with it", nor will they make the
grade to prepare themselves to do otherwise.
After all this sifting, all of the automation, all of the
demonstrating for the utopia which doesn't exist, it all
boils down, once more, to the fact that one will have to
work to make the grade. It has never been any other way
and we feel sorry for those who think it was or could be.
Their future is bleak.
President Nixon again last week asserted his unwill-
ingness to be a politician at the expense of being a Presi-
dent, when he made the statement, "When dissent turns
to violence, tragedy must be expected." .
Another President stated it thusly, "If you can't
stand the heat, don't go in the kitchen".
As it was with President Truman, those who wish
the President political harm are twisting Nixon's words
to mean, "The dirty rats got what they deserved".
Regardless of what those who tend to dissent wish
to think, the President spoke the truth. When tragedy
is invited it must be expected. When one threatens tur-
moil he must expect turmoil in return, whether it is in an
isolated, local affair or on a national or even world-wide
Of course what brought on the fracas in the first place
was Nixon's first case of "acting like a President" and
taking the bull by the horns in Vietnam. Why protecting
of American lives has suddenly become inexcusable is be-
yond us. If any blame is to 'be placed in this situation,
it should be placed on those who failed to perform such
Too Late To Classify
by RUSSELL KAY
w !- s-' *' .
.Our world practically stood
still when our three Astronauts
encountered their difficulty, far
in outer space, on their flight
to the moon.
Paralleling their experience,
we who inhabit the earth are
all passengers on a space craft
, which is hurtling through space
and face even more serious pro-
blems than those experienced by
Unfortunately we have lost
-contact with central control.
When the trouble lights blaze
on our instrument board, we
call for help but get no answer.
SWe are a very tiny space vehi-
cle circling in an orbit in a vast
; universe of unlimited, space.'
What might happen to us is of
little concern to the rest of the
universe. We could explode and
burn up in space and the only
record we might leave would be
that of a momentary shooting
We have been told that God
created all that exists, including
earth and launched us subject
to his central control. But somq-
where along the way we lost
contact. We assumed we could
take care of ourselves under any
circumstances. We even reached
the point where we declared that
"God was Dead." So what! Who
needs him? Only man with his
brilliant mind was supreme.
Now we find ourselves hurtling
through outer space, millions of
miles from home. One after anot-
her, the warning lights havebeen
The panel lights of PEACE
and LOVE have been blinking
on and off iitermitently until
we no longer view them with a-
larm. Now the lights that indi-
cate dangerous degrees of HATE,
FEAR, GREED, SELFISHNESS,
and even LIFE itself, confront
Unlike the astronauts who
worked perfectly as a team in
constant touch with organized
THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY B. AMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also, Linotype Operator. Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosToFFICE Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
Poar ST. JOE, FLOBDA 82456
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Florida, under Act of Harph S, 18T9.
SUBSCPVPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONL YEAR, $3.00 SIX MNO $1.75 THREE MOS$., $127.30
O' OUT COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omunmiioe in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold 'themselves liable for doeage fifther than anfount received for uch
The spoken-word is o tven scaat attention; th rinte word thohtfully
eitghed. The spoken word barely assert; the d word t b on-
ticea. The .spoken word' lia ost; the printed Woirdre-aina..
action long ago. David LIawrence offered the opinion that
the war would have long since been over if the United
States had asserted itself sooner and if people like Messrs.
Fulbright, Kennedy, McGovern and Bayh had kept their
collective mouths shut.
One can't help but commiserate with those parents
whose children were killed at Kent State. Even though
they were out of line, they didn't deserve death as a pun-
ishment for a sin against their country.
Most of the fathers of those killed were probably in-
volved in World War II and the thought has crossed our
mind as to how they would have felt, if every campus in
the Nation had risen up to protest when the Normandy
invasion was started to relieve the pressure on those in
Italy and Africa. How would those fathers have felt to-
ward the college kids demanding that America pack up
and come home?
-But this is a different time and a different genera-
tion. Probably the bitterest pill each generation has to
swallow is the pill of realization that one has obligations
that will sometimes interfere with his own selfish plans.
central control, we find our-
selves floundering helplessly in
a sea of dissention. Nobody can
agree on the proper course to
We watch our oxygen diminish
alarmingly. Our water is fast be-
ing depleted. Our food is ser.
iously contaminated. Frantic and
alarmed, we fight with each
other, dispute every suggestion
advanced by either crew or pas-
sengers. Saner members say, "We
have got to get through to cen-
Millions of our passengers are
sick and hungry, some unable
to face the situation turn to
drugs o0 suicide. Others contend
that our ship is carrying too
many passengers. Waste is piling
up and we can't figure out how
to dispose of it.
Our water is becoming contam-
inated along with out limited
food. Many are gasping for air.
Still we hurtle on, off course,
while the crew continues its ef-
fort to reach central control.
It is evident we cannot go on
much longer on our own. We
have got to have help. Someone
suggests "prayer" but prayer is
discouraged in outer space as it
is in schools.
Then some individual cries,
"God help us." Other passengers
echo the cry and suddenly con-
tact is made with central control.
T h'' n s'
Mr. William E. Smith
Instructor, 6th Grade
Washington High School
Post Office Box 128
Port St. (Joe, Florida 32456
Dear Mr. Smith:
Thank you and the students of
Washington High School for your
$100.00 contribution to the Peace
Corps School Partnership Program.
Your generosity- is greatly ap-
preciated and I know the people
of the community building a school
will always be grateful to you for
helping to provide' their children
with the opportunity for an edit-
We will notify you of the exact
location of your partner school and
the name of the Volunteer working
with the program just as soon as
the 'site is chosen..
Please extend to the students of
Washington High' School our con-
gratulations and very best wishes.
Paul B. Hairison, Director
School Partnership Program
SAY YOU.SAW IT IN THE STAR
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
TlHr STip, port St. Joe Fla. 32436
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
RC&D Speeds Up
Operations in Area
The accelerated efforts of the U.
S. Department of Agriculture in
the West Florida Resource Conser-
vation and Development Project
(RC&D) includes the already very
effective Farmers Home Adminis-
tration (FHA). Through. RC&D,
FHA activities in the project area
,will receive priorities ,that were
created by the' Food and Agricul-
ture Act of 1962.
The Farmers Home Administra-
tion has already been very effective
in making West Florida a better
and more attractive place to live.
The FHA provides financial and
management assistance to farmers
to operate, develop and purchase
family farms; farmers and rural
residents to build, buy' and im-
prove homes and essential farm
buildings; rural groups (including
towns under 5,500 population) to
develop community water supply
and waste disposal systems, carry
out soil conservation measures and
shift land use to grassland and
forestry. They aid local organiza-
tions in the financing of watershed
protection and flood prevention
projects; individuals and groups
in buidling housing for domestic
farm laborers and rural rental
housing; low-income rural families
and groups to raise income and
living standards; public agencies
or private nonprofit organizations
in rural areas for the development,
conservation ,and utilization of na-
tural resources; carry out projects
to improve the economy of farm
families and residents in the areas,
Sand they aid farmers who suffer
loss of income and property and
crop damage from natural dises-.
ters ,providing they are unable to
obtain help elsewhere..
The Farmers Home Administra-
tion is very proud of the assistance
they have been able to give users
in the past. They look forward to
doing even greater things with
some new avenues provided by the
West Florida RC&D Project,' which
is headed by John Barnes of the-
Soil Conservation Service. This is
especially true for their already.
outstanding efforts in the develop-
ment, conservation and utilization
of natural resources.
Your FHA Supervisor is Chester
H. Smith, located in the Agricul-
ture Center in Chipley.
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F -UIGHWAY 9-
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THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970
The likes of Jerry Rubin and others like him remind
me of my Poodle, Pierre; Even though 4 hesitate to asso-l
ciate Pierre with the type such as Rubih is, the similari-
ty is there, just the sanie.
The other day, I was in the back yard where Pierre
was tied to a tree for some exercise. He started barking.
to get back in the house, giving his usual signal that he
had been out long enough. I stooped over and undid his
lead chain from the longer chain attached to a tree and
said, "Go on to the door, Pierre, and someone will let you
in", then I walked off.
I had taken but a few steps when Pierre started
barking again still sitting near the base of the tree. I
called him and called him, trying to get him to come to the
door where I would let him in. Pierre just sat there, bark-
ing. No matter how much I would call, he would sit still
at the base of the tree.
He didn't realize he was free. :
Rubin and his followers, though they be few, make
a heck of a racket through this land, sitting at the base
of the tree barking for freedom. Their barking is just
as senseless and useless as was Pierre's. They are already
free and don't have reasoning power enough to realize it.
It's a tragic thing that so many have so little to do
that they must spend their time thinking up things to do
to make life miserable for the majority of the people. It
would be much easier on all concerned if the hate groups,
the radicals and the power organizations would turn their
tremendous store of energies toward constructive action
and leave the destructive moves,to ,the powerful force
of nature which is working every moment to return every-
thing to dust.
I can't figure for the- life of me, how a person can
make a career out of hating and tearing' down.
About the only hate I have (outside of hate itself)
is, having to work. I don't mind work mind you ... ab a
matter of fact, I enjoy it. But I do hate to HAVE to.
Enough of these depressing thoughts that surround
us so completely in this day and time. It's time to go
home and dig out the crank iqe cream freezer. That'll
work a little of the animosity out of the old system and,
bring about a delicious result while doing it.
t*-f kf'-' *
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970 PAGE THBEE
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You are hereby notified that a on hereof. Said claims or demands said, or same will be barred. See
Yo u are hereby notified tohato contain the legal address of the Section 733.16 Florida Statutes.
the Last Will and Testament' ofclaimant and to be sor to and Dated this 17th day of April,
said decedent has been admitted presented as aforesaid, or sam 1970./s/ THELMA K. PRINCE,
in this Court. You are hereby co- w be barred. See Section 733.16 As Executrix of the Last
manded within six (6) calendar Florida Statutes. Wil and Testament of
months from the date of the first Dated this 21st day of April, A. JACK YOUNG PRINCE,
publication of this Notice to appear D. 1970. JACKR., DecYOUNG PRINCEeased.
in this Court and show cause if LUCILLE S. EZELL, JR., Deceased.
anWy"yocan,'why the action of thisAs Administratorix of the WILLIAM J. RISH
any you can, why the action of this EMataTe 303Fourtb Street 4t--23
Court in admitting said will to pro- Estate of CHARLIE H. 303 Fourth Street, Florida
bate should.not stand unrevoked. EZELL,DAeceased. Port St. Joe, Floridax
-SAM P. HUSBAND, WI AM J. RISH Attorney forExecutrix
C otu ity Ju d g e, 303 F o u rth S street a 4t -.-2
Gulf County Florida Port St. Joe, lorida 4t423 IN THE COURT OF THE
Law Office of Attorney for Administratrix COUNTY JUDGE IN GULF
THOMAS R. ELLINOR 4t423- COUNTY, FLORIDA
323 M nolia Avenue IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S In Re: Estate of
Pnama City, Florida 32401 COURT IN AND FOR GULF MAX A. NALE,
Attorney for Administrator C.T.A. COUNTY, FLORI A. Deceased.
IN PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S In e: Estate of T ALL CREDITORS AND PER-
COURT IN AND FOR GULF. JACK YOUNG PRINCE, JR., SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
C ,FLORIDAN Deceased. DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
In Re:Ctte of I NOTICE TO CREDITORS TATE: ...
CHARLIE H. lEZEL, TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL You and each of you are hereby
Deceased. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR notified and required to present
NOTICE TO CREDITORS DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- any claims and demands whichave
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL TATE: you, or either of you, m MAX A
. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR You, and each of you, are hereby, against estate of MAX A.
K I -
NALE, Deceased, late of Gui
county, to the County Judge; of
Gulf County, Florida at his office
in the Courthouse of said County
at Port St. Joe, Florida, within six
(6) calendar months from the time
of the first publication of this no-
tice. Each claim or demand shall
be in writing, and shall state the
place of residence and post office
address of) the Claimant, and shall
be sworn to by the Claimant, Agent
or Attorney of said Claimant, and
any such claim or demand not so
filed shall be void.
/s/ VERNON E. RUSHING,
Administrator Cum Tes-
tamento Annexo of the
Estate of Max A. Nale,
Sworn to and subscribed to be-
fore me, the undersigned authority,
by the said Vernon E. Rushing, on
this the 9th day of April, 1970.
THOMAS R. ELLINOR,
Notary Public 4t-4-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
In Re: Estate of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which you,
or either of you may have against
the estate of DAN SIMS, deceased,
late of Gulf County, Florida, to the
*Honorable S. P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse in Gulf County, Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion hereof. Said claims or demands
to contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.16
Dated this 21st day of April, A.
Real Quick Now What's
Your Social Security No.?
Are you one of the millions of. quite appropriate, according to Ro-credits their husbands earned in
young men or women who can't 'binson, since young people serving the service.
rattle off your social securitytnum- in the armed forces!build up val-
ber with certainty? You probably able financial protection under "A lot of people think of social-
will be able to soon if you're head- social security for themselves and security as just for senior citizens,"
ed for the armed forces, according their families., iRobinson concluded. "But it's im-
to James C. Robinson, Manager for pcA ortant to our younger citizens as
Social Security in Panama City. As a mater of fact, members1 y
of the armed forces get a special well."
'"It's name, rank, and Social Se- break on social security. Not only 'I you have any question about
curity number now," says Robin- does the Government match their so security, get in touch with
son. contributions, as a private em-Wour local social security office.
playerr does, but servicemen now The officefor this area is located
Since last summer, most military get a $100 a month "bonus" 'credit The office for ts area is located
SI at 1135 Harrison Ave., Panama City
services have used social security to cover non-cash pay they receive, 32401.
numbers rather than serial num-,such asroom and board and cloth- ______ _
bears for new inductees. This is ing allowance. They pay no contri-
butions on this'bonus credit." .-
I will offer for sale and sell to the Many wounded Vietnam veter- Pt N ES
highest bidder for cash, in hand, ans receive monthly social security Stand Tall
the above described property, as disability checks, and the widows
the property of the said defendant,! In F'
to satisfy said execution., and children of many deceased In Florida S
B.EPARKER 4-30servicemen are getting monthly Future!
Gulf County, Florida 4t checks based on the social security
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St. Joe Furniture Company
MARY BELL SIMS,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of DAN SIMS, De-
WILLIAM J. RISH,
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-4-23
Attorney for Administratrix
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
In Re: Adoption of TAMMY LYNN
PAUL, by WALTER W. CARE-
FOOT and wife, ALICE E.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
TO: MARY LOUISE PAUL, whose
residence and post office address
You are hereby notified that the
above named petitioners, Walter
W. Carefoot and wife, Alice E.
Carefoot have filed a Petition in
the above styled court for the
adoption of the minor child named
therein and you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Honorable
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., petitioners at-
torney, whose address is 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, on
or before June 1, 1970, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on pe-
titioners attorney, or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a decree may
be entered against you, granting
WITNESS MY, HAND and the
seal of this court on April 22, 1970.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court 4t-4-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
In Re: Estate of HUIE G. PARKER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO: ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
YOU AND EACH OF YOU, ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED AND RE-
QUIRED to present any claims and
demands which you or either of
you, may have against the Estate
of Huie G. Parker. deceased, late
of Gulf County, Florida, to the
Honorable S. P. Husband, County
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Gulf County,
Florida, within six (6) calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or,
demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be
sworn to, and presented as afore-
said. In addition, to the required
filing fee or said demand or claim
shall be barred.
DATED this the 27th day of Ap-
DONALD H. PARKER
ROBERT M. MOORE
Costin & Moore 4t
221 Reid Avenue 4-30
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorneys for Executor
SMALL CLAIMS COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 6-69-23-440 4-70-3-638
ROGER BEASLEY, d/b/a MERIT
WILLIE FRANK ,RUSS,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that I, B.
E. Parke, Sheriff of Gulf County,
Florida, under and by virtue of a
Writ of Execution heretofore is-
sued out of the above entitled
court, in the above styled cause,
having levied upon the following
personal property, situate, lying
and being in Gulf County, Flordia,
One (1) 1965 Chevrolet, 4 dr.,
ID No. 154695A107032,
as the property of the above nam-
ed defendant, and that on the 28th
day of May, 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,
THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla; 324S6
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
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BRIGHT IDEAS SALE
. .I ... ... ... .
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970
'.; -: **/
THE STR Por St. JoPe 25 HRDYMY1,17 AEF
LINCOLIN E. HALL
Hall Earns Master
Sleeping Pills Cause Many To Take
A Permanent Nap Each Year
JACKSONVILLE Sleeping1locked cabinets or where children ren and pets cannot find it. sonlings, and that the patients do
pills, tranquilizers and other in- cannot get to them; by disposing Public health nurses from coun- not become repeat victims. Many
ternal medicine accounted for a of or destroying old medicine bot- ty health departments made over patients were referred to physici-
significant number of poisonings ties and not allowing children to 3,000 visits to poisoned patients ans and mental health clinics for
in Florida last year, according to play with them; and by placing to assure that safety precautions' follow-up treatment or consulta-
the Division of Health. poison for rodents so that child-' are taken to prevent future poi- tion.
These medicines were listed as
the causes of 4,588 of the 7,612
poisonings reported to the health
agency. This was nearly double
the 2,494 cases involving internal
medicines.reported in 1968. Poison-
ings from turpentine rose from
four in the previous year to 35 in
1969; cosmetic poisonings increased I
from 38 to 75 cases.
science degree The total number of poisonings
seen in 111 hospitals (including 33
Ulin E. Hall, 35, son of Mr. poison control centers) increased
, Hall, Port St. Joe has by nearly 1,200 cases from 6,455
awarded a Master of in 1968 to 7,612 in 1969. Of the
Degree in Physics by 1969 total, 2,343 persons required
College in Winter Park, hospitalization.
Approximately 3,410 children
degree, to be conferred four-years-of-age and under were
by Rollins President Jack the victims of poisonings. The two-
ld, came the hard way year-olds were the largest single
ved more than five years age group with 1,236 cases. The
ing and weekend classes, Division of Health said that a
other year of research young child is frequently the vic-
ed at the Martin Marietta tim of poisoning because he can-
h facility in Orlando not read the label; he dosen't un-
he is employed. derstand the dangers of drinking
research was in the field or eating unknown substances; he
man Spectroscopy of Cal- is naturally curious ;he frequently
uropiosphate", associated swallows anything he can get into
ser rod source crystals, his mouth; and he frequently as-
had previously been a- sociates what he eats with candy
his undergraduate de- or something he likes.
Mathematics from Rol- The Division of Health points
graduated from St. Joe out that parents can prevent poi-
hool in 1952, prior to en- sonings in their home by keeping
the United States Army medicines out of the reach of child-
e years. ren; by putting bleaches and other
)ined Martin Marietta in household cleaning materials in;
3ere he serves as a staff
r on the Pershing missile CLASSIFIED ADS
i. He is married and the "Midget Investments With
f two children. The fami- Giant Returns'"
s its home in Orlando.
Notice is hereby given that on the EIGHTH Day of June, 1970, 3:00
P.M., at the front door of the City Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State of
Florida, Tax Sale Certificates will be sold on the following described
property to pay the amount due for Tax Year 1969. Amounts herein
are set opposite the name of owner 'and description of property, to-
gether with all costs of such sale and all advertising.
C. W. BROCK, City Treasurer and Collector
,City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
ASSESSED OWNER Lot
Robert Bryant ...------------------------ 16
Cozy Bar Room -----------------------
George Jackson ----.......------------------ 11
James W. Miller--------- E % of 8, all of 10
Rei Pittman -------------------------- 5
Jaries Shackleford 15
0. J. Smith -- --------------------- 12, 14
Starling Oil Co., Inc ...------------------I--
Tomlinson Abstract Co. Personal
M. P. Tomlinson ------ Lot 3 less E25' &
W10O' & S1' of Lot 1.
M. P. Tomlinson 21
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ................. ..............
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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piece styles. Names
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New pastel shades with that
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Moonlite Madness Sale
FRIDAY NIGHT 7:00 til 9:00
2 Hour Special Save 10% On Every Item
Purchased from BOYLES huge stock. This includes Anything the store. ladies and children Shoes Sportswear,
Dreses, Lingerie, 'Foundations, Hosiery Our huge Infant's Department. All our Men's and Boys' Wear on
the Second Floor. ...
II IIILI I I I I
DRESS UP SHOES
for Children. Patents and leathers. Most all sizes for
boys or girls. Values toe$8.00 pair.
now $1.44 pr.
Children's 2-Wy Stretch
COTTON TRAINING PANTS
Just right for this summer. Sizes 0-12. Compare at 49c.
3 pair $1.00
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
.THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970
THE STAR, Port St. eJe, Fla. 3245b
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970
Equipment Purchased fr Hospital
SMrs. Tom Ford, president of the Hospital't
Auxiliary, presents a check to Miss Minerva Mc-.
Lane, Municipal. Hospital Administiator .'faor-
$557.90 to pay for thq.new multiple purpose stret-.
cherrJn front of the two ladies. The Ws .cier ..
contains many accessories- making it especially
useful in caring f6r. cardiac arrest cases, for in-
tensive or coronary care and recovery of surgery
patients. The stretcher is the latest in equipment
furnished the Hospital by' the Auxiliary's Thrift'
Xi Epsilon Kappa
Met May 5 In
The Xi 'Epsilon Kappa chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi met May 5, at
the Florida Power Lounge. The
vice-president, 'Sissy Farris, pre-
sided over the meeting.
Program chairman, "Greta Free-
man, announced that Lynda -Sulli-
van will be hostess for the next
meeting to be held at the Florida
Power Lounge. Gladys Brown will
have the program.
Lynda Sullivan, door to door
chairman for the Cancer Crusade,
reported that to date $920.06' has
been turned in.
As a highlight, of the meeting
the officers for next year were
installed. They were as' follows:
president, Lynda Sullivan; vice-
president Shirley Daniels; rec6rd-
ing secretary, Greta Freeman; cor-
responding secretary, Betty Lewis:
treasurer, Wandis Scott; extension
officer, Sissy Farris; civil defense,
The program was presented 'by
Virginia Cannon entitled, "The
USA". She concentrated on the
geographic features of-Our couni
try. The meeting was adjourned-
with the closing .itual.
High School Offering Four Vocational
Courses During Next School Term
MISS NORMA SUE PETERSON
I Mr. and Mrs. Clynton C. Peter-.
'son of 223 Fourth Street, High-
land View announces the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
xiage of their daughter, Norma
Sue, to Terry Lee Basham son of
Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Siegler
-of Toledo, Ohio, formerly of
Port St. Joe.r
The Bride-elect is a 1965 gra-
duate of Port St.' Joe High.
School a n d attended Jones
College' of Business in Orlando.
She is presently employed by
the, Department of Motor Vehic-
les in Tallahassee.
The Bridegroom-elect is also
a 1965 graduate of Port St. Joe
High School. He is presently sta-
tioned in Yuma, Arizona serving
with the United States Marine
The wedding will be an event
of' June 20 at 7:00 P.M. in the
Highland View Baptist Church.'
No invitations are being sent lo-
cally but all friends and rela-'
tives are invited to attend.
relation of art in all areas of study,
Highland View as well as original and creative ac-
So tivities expressing their ideas,
'Students Show Art, knowledge of tools and materials
On Monday, May 18, the High- and skill in technique. It will be
land View Elementary School will an enjoyable evening for all at-
present the art work of its. students .tending.
on display for the last PTA meet-
ing of the school year. CLASSIFIED ADS
All parents and those interested
will see the fine quality of work Midget Investments with
done by the students in their cor- Giant Returnsl
TOMMY THOMAS CHEVROLET
New and Used Cars and Trucks
H.Oore dt Shower
Cargo iA"nn Grace, -June the occasion withher. Shown" in the photo,
ct was tion6red with a ; Hostesses were Miss Brenda right are irs. Wall, Joan
rty Tuesday, May 5' at Wall, Mrs. Janes A. 'Cox and the honoree, Linda Crac
e o Cf,Mrs. Charles Wall .Mrs...Charles. Wall. da Wall "and Mrs. Jim C'
on Palm Boulevard.
Miss Grace received sev'ral,
practical gifts for the kitchen by
her young 'classmates enjoying
';Ric'c s Alrtain At
Washington HighSchool Students
Visit A. & M. Home Ec. Department
Port St. Joe High School will with part time work. % .. .. .. .
offer a vocational program as a Other than the advantages for Family, Dinner Sunday sc ede te homeEcinono igh of enprosrati o ing speed
year. The reguparticipants ulmust the additional erit p roiding Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich hosted Day Program at Florida A and M cookery, modeling of fashions for
the subjects required of all grad- an incentive for junior high and a family dinner Sunday, May 10 at University in Tallahassee. men and women and fashions and
uates and wil receive a regular early hghschool students to study their home in White City .- The trip was very enjoyable and beauty nooks. The class was sad-
high school' diploma. In addition, so that they will be eligible to Members of the Rich family well attended. Some of the parti- denied but enlightened y a film
the ones successfully completing participate when they reach the present for the occasion were: Mr. .cipathig students were from Geor- which showed how malnutrition is
... ... ...... gin and the State of Alabama. affecting many of the children in
this program will receive a certif- 10th and 11th grades. and Mrs. Jackie Sheffield and son other countries.
icate showing that they are trained Studies over he pas 10 years Brian of Tallahassee, Mr. and rs.
in the particularng field. have shown that the majority of Jack Sheffield and son Donnie, Mr. CARD OF THANKS After the morning session of the
The following fourvocational sown e majity o and Mrs. J. F. Davis,-J. W. Willis, We wish to offer our heartfelt program the class was served 'a
courses will be offered: Auto Me- dents reach the end of the 10th Mr and Mrs. John Rich and sons thanks to our many friends here "patio" luncheon with everybody
chanics, Building trades, Electrici-grade The school faculty feelsEddie, Carlton and Larry, Mr.' and in the Port St. Joe area who were favorite dessert of ice cream.
ty and Electronics and Vocational tha th Mrs. Bill Rich and children Billy, so kind and responsive to
Office Education. that these vocation al programs riR, Mike and Tony all of Port St. our.needs and sorrow during the Students attending from Wash-
The departments will be sup-I hese potential dropouts and they Joe and Mitch and Kim Rich of death our father. ington High were Glpria Quinn,
plied with the most up-to-date 'h potent stydp t ci Wite City. We greatly appreciated the acts Timothy Cooper, James Corbett
equipment available and a com- rather than quit school. .. of kindness, flowers, food and con- and William King.
prehensive instructional program .p i AcLiFieD AreD cern you showed us during this
will be offered in each area. Any parent who wishes to dis- CLASSI FD ADS time. CLASSIFIED ADSI
Auto mechanics, Building Trades cuss the program should call the- Midget Investments That Yeld ,The Family of Midget Investments That Yield
and Electricity-Electronics will be guidance office at the high school I L tt Retfut' DAVID C.'ARNETT iaritReturns
for llth and 12th graders. These
courses will take three periods per
day (three credits-. The student
will take three academic subjects
the other half day. I I OPENFRIDAY-9 to 2-- 4:30 tfo7:30
Vocational Office Education will "VrV o n
be for seniors who have had typing e FOR ALL BANKING SERVICES ,
I with a "C" and have had or :
plan to take bookkeeping. These
will be two periods per day and
include Business English which
can be used as a substitute for Eng-
lish IV. (Any student would be per-
mitted to take the regular Senior
English also if he so wishes.-
The vocational program will
give students a niarketable skill
which can be used to- earn a living
or to finance further education
School Honor Roll
The following;, students made
the honor roll for the fifth six
weeks period that ended Monday,
Students making A's and B's are:
Fifth grade-Sonja Robinson.
Sixth grade-Cynthia Barnes and
'Ninth grade-Raymond' Addison.
Eleventh Grade-Eddie Fields,
Janice Phillips, Charlene Thomas
and Cora Wyatt.
Students making all B's are:
Fifth grade-Vanessa Willis.
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary-School
Monday, May 18
Buttered potatoes, sliced lunch.
eon meat, field peas, sliced toma-
toes, hot biscuit, butter, syrup and
Tuesday, May 19
Sloppy Joe on buns, snap beans,
orange juice, raspberry apple
sauce, butter and milk.
Wednesday, May 20
Stew beef with brown gravy,
mashed potatoes, buttered spinach,
chocolate cake, white bread, but-
ter and milk.
Thursday, May 21
Fried chicken, rice, English peas,
lettuce and .tomato salad, sliced
peaches, white bread, butter and
Friday, May 22
IHambrgeis, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and dills, ba-
nana pudding, butter and milk.
Our DriveI '
Whether you intend to cash a check, arrange
a loan, make a deposit, buy a bank draft or
use your safe deposit box, your banking can
be as easy as 1 2 3 when you use our drive-
in windows. We welcome all drivers (and all
autos. racers included) to take advantage -
of these easy banking' facilities. You'll
not only save time, but avoid traffic, and o"
parking problems. Rev up! Drive in today.
at PORT ST. JOE
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Students Will Show
Original Art Work
The students of the arts and hu-
manities class under the direction
and guidance of.Mrs. Virginia Har-
rison will exhibit their creative and
original work in the Port St. Joe
High School on May 18 and 19 dur-
ing the hours of the presentation
of the Senior Class play, "Willie's
'Week End". The public is cordially
invited to view the arts of this
class and enjoy the play.
The humanities class of Port St.
Joe High School will also make a
trip to Sarasota for the "Art Fes2
tival" on May 14 through 17. They
will tour the Ringling Museum of
"Fine Arts, and the Ringling home.
JUDY HERRING The class will also tour the his-
torical Circus Museum and the
M iss herring Gets Oslo Theatre. They will attend per-
forminances of play at the theatre.
Scholastic Award Tihe. trip will be under the direc-
tion'al iof Mrs. Vir-
Judy Herring, a Port St. Joe gifr Op, B a d rl-
junior ..at the University o or' Bob ioore and Mr. and.
southern Missi.sipoi is the win- ,. rason.
ner of the 1969-70 Scholastic A-
ward of Pi Beta Phi social fra- VITRO WIVES WILL MEET
ternity..The daughter of Mr, and WITH "MId. ARL MAY 19
]rs. L. J. Herring, she is apvbm- "- fr- '
ler of Phi Alpha Theta, a his- [ The Vitro Wives will. have their.
ory honorary and appa Deta monthly meeting Monday, May
$ory hnd aor nd Kppa DetaA 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
ii, and education honoi'Ary. A Michael, Earl, 528 7th-Street.
i'residepVt's a n d Deans List All Vitro Wives are invited and
,cholaj, she is a history major urged to attend.'
Gulf County Ladies' League with her 411 series and 168
On lanes 1 and 2, Swatts and, St. Joe Stevedores took thr
Parker took three out of four four games from St. Joe Furn
from Pete Weed Accounting. Doris Loyce.was the leader for the S
bad a 410 series and the high dores with a 478 and a 183
game of 153. High for Pete Weed St. Joe Furniture had Sue in
was Toby with a 395 series and with a 435 series and a high
a high game of 144. [of 156. '
Florida First National is trying High bowler for the night
to close the gap as they took all Evelyn Smith with her fine
four from AN Railroad. Lois was series and a high game of 20
high with a 493 series and a 172 Standings W
game. Dot H. was high for AN with St. Joe Kraft --.-----....... 85
a 438 series and a 168 game. |Fla. 1st National ------ 83%
St. Joe Kraft is trying to keen St. Joe Stevedores -... 78%
their lead..and.took l four from
Williams Alley Kats. Evelyn was
lot with her 555 series and nice
games of 201, 180 and 174. Nancy
was the best for the Alley Kats
St. Joe Furniture 73%
Williams Alley Kats -- 59
Pete Weed Acctg. .... 55%
Swatts & Parker ---- 50%
AN Railroad --------26%
FOOD IS ONLY AS
IT'S COOKED ON..
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
The guest speaker at the Satur-
Kay Ann Altstaetter 'day evening banquet at 7:00 p.m.
will be Hubert Scruggs, President
IKfy Altstaf ter N amedl of the Alabama Federation of
Iy =e ..... yl, ,, Stamp Clubs. Mr. Scruggs' address
'New 'Dorm President wil1 be on Florida TerritorialPost-
-W .O.. i marks and River Mail Service, 1822-
Kay Ann Altstaetter of Port 1845, one of his collecting specd
St. Joe, a junior at Huntingdon ialties.
college ii M ntgomery, Ala., was The Florida Federation of Stamp
elected women's president of.the Clubs is .a non-prpfit organization
New Dorn for the next year in devoted to promoting philately
recent campus elections. (stamp collecting) in the state. This
A physical education major, is the first time that the Federation
MiIss Altstaetter is a member of has been invited to Iold its Stampr
the Huntingdon Athletic Council oree in the Panhandle of-Fl6ridal,
and of the Huntingdon Honeys. The Stamporee features exhibits
$he is the daughter of Mr. and "by collectors *ho have not exhib-
Mrs. William L. Altstaetter, 307 cited before in the state or nation-
18th Street, Port, St. Joe. ally.
S. Judges for the stamp exhibit will
include Mrs. Ma'tyette B. Lane .of
on Offer Thanks St. Petersburg and authoress of
the popular book on the first Unit-
The Port St. Joe Lion's'Club of- ed 'States two cent stamp issue 'of
fers its thanks to the public for the 1862 portraying President Jackson.
response to their eighth annual The stamp is cmi only referred
Horse Show, Saturday afternoon, to as the Black Jack.
Club president, Larry Davis,. said: Charles Gadman of Panama City
"Your response will furnish better is the Federation's regional (Pan-
sight for many people in the Port handle) vice-president. Sgt. Betty
St. Joe area."- Fox is the Bay County Stamp Club
A special vote of appreciation is chairman for Stamporee '70 and
offered to Tom Coldewey and Bob Melvin M. Kessler of Fort Walton
Ellzey who filled in for the mas- Beach is program chairman and
ter of ceremonies who could notr th Ws Fr m
come in at the last moment; to represens
Florida Power Corporation for Club.
their quick action in correcting a
power failure during the show;.
to the Gulf County Mosquito Con- 'Hih School Will
trol for their offer of insect spray- __ _-00o Will
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970
Meeting In P. C.
The Bay County Stamp Club of.
Panama City and the West Florida
Stamp Club of Fort Walton Beach
will jointly host the semi-annual
Stamporee '70 of the Florida Fed-
eration of Stamp Clubs. The event
will start at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday,
May 16, and end the next day at
4:00 p.m. The exhibit will be held
at the Ramada Inn in Panama City
and there will be bourse tables of
several dealers coming from Fort
Walton Beach, Port Charlotte and
ling and to, St. Joe Materials for Show 'Industrial Arts management and dr onsr-
.was management, and wildfire donser-
e 555 their continued support of the ovation.
D1. club's project. The Industrial Arts show- of Forestry Day was initiated in
L =--- Port St. Joe High School will be 1950 and is now jointly sponsored
43 MRS HOLLAND WILL HOST viewed on May 22 in the Media by the Gulf County Forest Fire
44% LONG AVENUE WoIHCM enter at the Courthouse, under Prevention Committee, St. Joe Pa-
49% LONG AVENU WOMEN the direction of Albert Wynn, In- per Company, the Game and Fresh
54% Prayer Group JIn of the Long' dustrial Arti Teacher.- Water Fish Commission and Flor-
69 IAvenue Baptist WMS will meet' The fine work accomplished by ida Division of Forestry.
72% Wednesday, May 20 at 9:30 a.m., these students will be of interest, Five stations are used in a
77% with Mrs. George Holland at Mex- to all. The public is cordially in. county fair system of instruction.
101% ico Beach. vited to attend. Instructors were provided by The
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission and Florida Division of
GOOD AS THE RAt theFirst station the students
climbed the fire tower to learn how
G O O D 'A T H ... *r fires are detected, located, and
crews dispatched to suppress them.
Forest Rangers, Gei ald Blackwell
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e Lift-off Oven Door
Removable Oven Seals
Super-Size Oven Interior
Removable Porcelain Oven Bottom
Removable Rack Glides
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RANGE Thursday Afternoon and All Day
ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES
D Served to Everyone Who Comes
by Our Store Friday.
ARNOLD'S FURNITURE and TV
323 REID VI"N i:
I I I I I
'Piano Students In
The piano students of Mrs.
,George Harris will be presented in
a Spring recital Satunrday, May 16,
at 4:00 p.m. at Faith Bible Church.
Those who will perform are Jan
Clenney, Phoebe Barlow, Vicki
Land, Karen Hanson, Dianna Wil-
liams, Sarah Ann Roberts, Susan
Quarles and Fran Allen.
Guest soloists will be Rosemary
Faliski, oboist and George McLaw-
hon, Jr., trombonist who represent-
ed the Port St. Joe High School
band at the solo competition in
Tallahassee, March 7. Mrs. Harris
was their accompanist.
The public is invited.
^--- -r _---
Plan Horse Show
The Apalachicola Jaycees are
going to hold their third annual
Horse Show this Sunday, May K4,
beginning at 1:00 p.m.
The horse show arena is located
two miles West of Apalachicola at
the airport. This is a South Ala-
bama, Northwest Florida Horse-
man's Association approved show
with halter, pleasure, racing and
walking horse events.
There will be a trophy and five
ribbons awarded idneach event and
a Junior and Senior high point
trophy will be presented at the
conclusion of the show.
The judge will be Chuck Groves'
of Tallahassee and Milton Davis
of Graceville will announce the
Admission to the show is free.
A concession stand will be open
to, serve snacks and refreshments.
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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
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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. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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Here at SMITH'S PHARMACY, we still feel that
every customer is our personal friend, and we'll do
our best to satisfy his personal or medicinal require-
We're Old Fashioned too, in that we are one
of the few remaining FULL SERVICE drug stores--
Soda Fountain, Tobacco Department, Cameras and
Film, Cosmetics, Greeting Cards, Stationery-and of
course, our complete Prescription Department. We
carry not only the newest drugs and sundries, but
the 'slow-pokes' as well. Need any Pumice Stone?
Shoe Strings? Camphor Gum? Father John? or
Swamp Root? we've got 'em all. TRY SMITH'S
WE USE HEALTH SAVE A TAX SYSTEM
Bookkeeping system. Receipt given with each prescription
for income tax or insurance purposes. If lost, we have a
permanent record for you on our family medical record, with
idiosyncrasies. Have your doctor phone us or bring your pre-
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MWger Milton Strenght of the Forest
W -- Service. The importance of forest
fire prevention was stressed here.
The cause of wildfire and their ef-
fects were explained. "Each year
S-- --- there are a few fires in Gulf County
which are deliberately set," said
S- Strength, "but many of our fires
are caused by human carelessness."
-,_- 'Art Runnels and R. W. Hilton of
Sthe Game and Fresh Water Fish
SCommission manned Station 4.
They discussed with the children
-- the relationship between the for-
S- ests and water and role of the for-
Sest in providing a home for fish
and wildlife. Their display include
ed some very interesting fishing
7 97Station 15 was manned by Ranger
.a -John Redmon of Overstreet. Red-
mon showed the students the equip-
-- _- mment used in wildfire suppression
Snr yand discussed the techniques ema.
played. Tractors, plows, handtools
and backfire torches were covered.
e oAfter formal instructions the
students enjoyed sack- lunches,
soft drinks and games untillitme,
9 _to return to school. The soft drinks.
'-- were donated by St. Joe Paper
Tuenty-seven 6th graders from
Highland .View School visited the
Forestry Work Center on Monday,
S ..May 4, along with their teachers
SMrs: Sherry Huirlburt and Grace
1.ilbourn=f On Tuesday, Mrs. Gwen-
dolyn Ingramn and Mr. Billy Barlow
bbrought their 6th' Grade classes
....".front Port St. Joe. Wednesday
-. 'brought the largest group with 77
students from Wewahitchka ac-
Port St. Joe Elementary School sixth graded students .Ilern companies by their teachers Mrs.
about forest safety during the annidaF Forest Day Thursday, held at. Madge Semmes, Mr. J. C. Hutchi-
the White City Forest Service tower. --FF' photo son, and Mr. James Rouse. Another
S .-group.,of 59 studelits 'fion' Port St.
..J e oe attended on Thursday, accom-
Over 200 Sixth Graders Attend panied by teachers Frank W. Bar-
nes anid Mis& Deborah Driskell.
Annual Forestry Day Program f'Final .grbup to visit was the
Washington School 6th grade with
42 students. They were accompani-
Two hundred sixty-two sixth and Bill Maddoil -and Dispatcher ed by their teachers, Mrs. Cojean
grade students of Gulf County,par- Bill !Murphy manned this station. .1W. Burns and Mr. William Smith.
ticipated in the 20th annual For- County Forester Charles Reeves Couinty Forester Charles Reeves
estry Day at the Gulf County Work discussed fordtest management. Vat termed, the week a big success.
Center of the Florida Division of Station 2. Reeves demonstrated "This was one of the best behaved
Forestry on May 4-8. methods of measuring tree height, 'and most.interested' groups of stu-
The students, thei teachers, ad diameter, and growth as well as dents we have had since I have
several mothers journeyed 'to hand plaihting' of seedlings J. .been-working with. this program,"
White City for a day of instruction Station 3 was manned by Ran- said Reeves.
in fnr t. firt 'n tPnin fnr.-I
PAGE IGHIT TlTE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
Can't Sleep? There May Be A Reason
If you catch yourself tossing and cross, or a child goes in for enough milk," for milk is the im- nerve impulses, including those in
and turning when you ought to be fretful crying or temper tantrums, portant source of calcium in the the brain's "sleep center". This
asleep, your body may be trying to, they may be signalling the same American diet. And calciuyi is a makes calcium vital to the con-
tell you something; if the man of. thing SHORTAGE OF CALCIUM. "lullaby" mineral, so to speak. .traction and relaxation of muscles,
the family is unreasonably tense This is the same as saying, "Not C o c including the ones which maker
Calcium,of course, is by: far your heart bpat
the nost abundant mineral in our
NOTICE OF TAX SALE body machinrvy. According to fi If this sounds a little frighten-
Notice is hereby given -that on the 8th (eighth) day of June 1970 boy coma ilerl Florida's milk n it isn't; all it really means is:
at 11:00 A.M., Gulf County Court House, Port St. Joe, State of Flor- gures compiled by Florida's l ing, it isn't; all it really means is:gh
ida, tax certificates will be sold on the following described land to producers, if you weight 120 lbs., b. sr e d k
pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, toge- about 2 lbs. of that is calcium. A milk. (One authority says that 50%
.* their with all costs of such sale and all advertising. whopping percentage, of this cal-of Am1ericans are "starving for cal-
Description S T R A Owner Taxes ciumisinthe boesandteeth, up cium9-.")
Beg.atSW cor. o to as much as 98%. Enough daily milk, according to
of SW%0 of sec. 14/4/10, t m 98%.
o 4" o^ yes. for 1 dieticiansans, is 2 glasses for adults
P 0b. run E. 99 yds., N The other calcium.is in the blood and 3 or 4 for children, depending
48% yds. for POB, th. run stream and is enormously import-' on age. Milk tastes so good that
99 yds., th. S. 48% yds., to ant since it has a direct effect on it's no problmni to drink this much
POB, ORB 27,856 --.- 14 4 10 1.1 J. R. Bowers----53.47 regularly
21 t. X &]J t.o i.71i.
75 ft. x 100 ft. on SR. 71.;
per deed rec'd ORB 14/570
les sto Raymond Parrish 30 6
" ot 50 ft. N & S by 98 ft.
E & W,; Rec.' Bk.
2/510 -- 26 4
Begin at SW. cor. of SW ,
of NE'A of sect. 25 Twp 4
South Range 10 West and
run N. 140 ft. to the P.O.B.
thence run N. 110 ft. to
Henry Ave.; thence run E.
along Henry Ave. for 105
ft; thence run S. 110 ft.,.
thence run W. 195 ft. to
MP.O.B., Said lot lying and
being in section 25, Twp
4, South, Range 10
West 25 4
50 ff. x 100 ft. ORB
17/904 23. 4
Per deed rec'd ODB 38/
142; I.B. Subm. .z 15/22 9
Joe Whitfield -- 16.39
.22 Emmerson Addison 4.84
Dredging Co.- -----74.41
Homes, Inc.-------- 4.24
Joel C. Taylor 116.17
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK, 2nd ADD.
Blocks 3, Lots 8 & 9 J. A. & Jewel Hatcher .- 75.16
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBD.
Block 2, Lot 14 Jack T. McKinney --------15.19
IDLEWOOD PARK UNIT NO. 1
.Block 5, Lot 4 ,Velia Betterton .-----42.64'
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBD.
SBlock 3, Easterly 88 ft. of lot 8 Walter W. Ward --------- 29.65
S. MEEK'S LAKE SUBD.
Block 2, Lot 9 J. C. Kinney 13.75
C.L. MORGAN ADD. TO WEWAHITCHKA
Block 6, Lots 7 & 8 Fred N. Clayton ------ 20.97
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUDB.
Block 7, Lot 21 Gulf Shore Dredging Co. 84.55
Block 1, Lot 10 Mrs. Donald Strickland _.. ,7.98
Block 1, Lots 10 & 11 James Franklin Whitfield 55.65
Block 2, Lot 7 ..------ Muldowney & Hanger, Inc. 130.78
lock 8, Lot 39 T. R. Muldowney --------.... -12.32
IDA GRIFFIN SUBD.
lock 4. Lot '7 & Closed Alley --- Franklin Whitfield 1-------6.53
Heads Gulf Art
The Gulf Art Association met at
the beach home of Mrs. Thomas J.
Mitchell on St. Joseph Shores at
3:00 p.m. Monday afternoon.
The 1970 general election was
held with 11 members attending,
Mrs. Daisy Johnson was voted in
as president of the Association
with Jonia Sykes as vice-president!
and Mrs. Jean Stebel as secretary
The meeting was high-lighted
with Miss Jackie Wells present-
ing a' program from her original
work of color slides and music
tapes she made while in Europe.
She showed how music related with
art throughout each period of his-
tory. Slides were shown of work
done by students from Port St. Joe
High School in drawings, string
painting, pastels and ceramics. She
concluded her delightful program
with her own original color slides
studies on color and color mixing.
Mrs. Ed Ramsey invited the
members to meet with her at 1403
Constitution Drive for the June
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my thanks to
the people of Port St. Joe. for the
WILLIAMSBURG SUBD. cards, calls and other considera-
Block A Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 30, ti ons shown me during my recent
31, 32, 33, 34 Sam Wilson Burgess------30.25 stay in the St. Petersburg hospital.
Block B, Lot 14 Home Security Corp. ------49.77 TOMMY BLACKBURN
Marie Williams and
Block B, Lot 19 ---. osevelt Larry _---...... 4.82
Blo E, ot Charles MacArthur Scott -- 3.84 1 IStri VT
\''PINE RIDGE SUBD. Uisfi W ,'
13iock 1, Lot 1 0. C. Williams D e------- 19.53 f t
Block 4, Lot 11 Emerison Addison--------6.53 I'rivers SaTest
MONEY BAYOU SUB6.,
Block D, Lot 2.----------. Robert JosephC 49.34
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON, HIL..L Careful driving habits of the De-,
Block 14, Lot 6 Thurman C. Smith --- 90.55 apartment of, Transportation's Dis-
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO 1 trict Three employees won the dis-
Block 12, Lot 12 Bloise Wade 1lobles------ 9.59 ic, which includes Gulf Couny,
Block 15, Lots 13 & 14 ------Richard Sweitzer --------118.52 the 1969 DOT annual'Fleet Safety
Block 17,Lot 1 E orter 294 ornor laude RKirk, Jr. re-
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2 governor Claude Kirk, Jr. re-
B$lock 39,Lot 13 Clifford' & Dianna Sanders 12.33 cently presented two plaques to
HIGHLAND VIEW SUB& Dia anders 12.33 District Three Engineer Tom Webb
of Chiple in impressive ceremon-
.Block D, SA of lot 5 Oorge M. Hunter, Jr. 14.00 ies May 4 as Secretary of Trans-
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBD. ies May 4 as Secretary of Trans-
Block D, Lot 7 Albert Whittington 2.39 portation Ed Mueller held his first
Block D,, Lot 7 Albert Whittington----- 2.39. Secretary's Meeting.
Block E, Lots 2 & 3 Elzie Williams 2.39 n presenting
.United States In presenting the plaques, one
Block F, Lot 14 Finance Company, Inc. .. 66.12 a permanent plaque to be kept in
FOREHAND 2nd ADDITION TO HIGHLAND VIEW the Chipley District headquarters
Block F, S. 5 ft. of lot 12 and and the second a rotating plaque,
Slot 10 John L. McClendon ------- 2.72 Governor Kirk said:
CITY OPPORT ST. JOE ,"I want to stress the sincerity
* Block 23, Lot 3, less E. 25 ft. & W. M. P. and with which these awards are pre-
S10ft. & S. 1 ft. of lot 1 ----- Elizabeth Tomlinson --_-116.93 sented. We are trying to get every-
Block 24, Lot 21 M. P. Tomlinsoi ----- 80.21 one to take the defensive driving
Block 1009, Lot 13 & W. 23 ft. course. This is most important."
of lot 15 .--- ------ Elijah Williams --------105.39 District Three's 1400 employees
Block 1014, Lots 8 & 10 -------- HiL. Harris 42.64 traveled a total 10,997,708 miles
Block 1015, Lot 23 Willie Lee Borders -- 29.65 during .1969. and were involved in
Block 1017, Lot,5. Rei Pittman ,15.19- 93 chargeable and non-chargeable
Block 1017, Lot 15 Jaries Shackleford -__ --- 15.19, accidents for an accident rate of
SUFS1DE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1 .846 accidents per 100,000 miles.
Al of Unit No. 1, less lots District Three, which lost the
17 18. Joel, C Taylor 89.67 Fleet Safety Award to District Two
HARLAND O. PRIDGEON, in 1968, won the award, presented
Tax Collector of Gulf County I since 1966, for 1966, 1967 and 1969.
410 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
SAVE TIME!. Place Catalog
Sears Orders by Phone. .. 227-2291
We Honor All Sears Accounts. Add to Your Present
Account or Open A New Account Here In Our Store.
Your Kitchen Cabinets
During Sears Special Sale
Call John Braun at Sears, Port St. Joe,227-2291
Nature, ,of course, determines
the calcium content of milk. And,
the Florida homemaker will be
happy to know that the quality of
this great calcium providing bever-
age is also in good hands.'
Each of the main milk-producing
groups in Florida, including South
Fibrida Dairy Farmers, TampaKn-
dependent Dairy Earmers, Dairy
Farmers Mutual and the N.E. Flor-
ida Milk Producers Association,
maintains a laboratory for testing
the quality of milk.
The groups' laboratories are de-
signed to make sure that the milk
produced by Florida's hundreds of
dairy farmers not only meets, but
quite often exceeds the require-
ments of regulatory agencies.
Fireman Joe Stevens takes his hose through
the billowing smoke. at the Catholic Church fire
Sunday at noon. Effective fire. fighting by the
fire department limited the blaze damage to a
wing of the edifice, without damaging the sanc-
tuary. Behind Stevens are Assistant Chief Ben.
ton Hamm and George G. Tapper, a member of
the. church. -Star photo
F 5ton '5" DESIGN TIRE
Arnerica's favorite high performance tTre
Sie Bdackwaws Whkewabs
4 FOR 4 FOR
6.50-13 $88 $100
7.35-14 or 15 $96 $110
7.75-14 or15 $102 $116
8.25-14or15 $112 $128
8.55-14 or 15 $124 $140
8.85-14 or 15 $138 $156
$2.04 or $2.08
$2.17 or $2.19
$2.33 or $2.36
$2.53 or $2.57
$2.84 or $2.76
fAll prices plus
p taxes and 4 tires
.off your car.
DISCONTINUED tt o ,DELUXE
DESIGN TIRE CHAMPION
Original equipment tire on many of America's
finest new cars from 1967 through 1969 A. 1A
4 FOR 4 FOR
7.35-14 or 15 $84
7.75-14 or 15 $90
8.25-14 or 15 $98
8.85-14 or 15 $126
$1.86 or $1.81
$1.84 or $1.89
$1.97 or $2.04
$2.17 or $2.23
$2.61 or $2.62
AlH prices plus taxes and 4 tires off your car.
DISCONTWINUEDL u 4A n d SAFETY
DESIGN TIRE I1 V #1 CHAMPION
4 2 With full 4-ply nylon cord body
Size Blackwah Whitewals
4 FOR 4FOR
13 $66 $76
13 $68 $78
14 or 15 $72 $82
14or15 $74 $84
14,8.15-15 $86 $96
14,8.45-15 $94 $104
All prices plus
taxes and 4 tires
off your car.
$2.04 or $2.08
$2.17 or $2.19
$2.33 or $2.35
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
Smoke Eaters At Work
THURSDAY, MHAY 14, 1970
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 3245b
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LBS.' LBS .
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LEG or BREAST QUARTERS -- lb. 38c
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_ lb. 88c A tf
lb. $1.88 IGA ,
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Copeland 12 Oz. Pkg.
W I EN ERS ----- pkg. 48c
Copeland -' 59c
Copeland First Cut
SLAB BACON --------- 1b.
Tablerite SLICED .
78c Drinks 10
KRAFT PEACH 18 OZ. JAR
With $10.00 Order or More
CANS $10.l00 /'
IGA Yellow Cling No. 2% Cans
HANDI-WRAP --------100 roll 29c
CHARCOAL LIGHTER ------qt. 39c
Van Camp No. 2% Cans
PORK & 'BEANS ------ can 29c
Canned Biscuits -------4 cans 39c
Cream Cheese -----8 oz. pkg.
NABISCO 12 Oz.
3 Boxes $100
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TOOTH PASTE ----g. tube
Headache? Try Bottle of 36 ,
BUFFERIN TABLETS -------bl. 65c
Platinum-Plus Pkg. of 7
GILLETTE INJECTORS -----pkg.
ACRON, WHITE, ZUCCHINI
YELLOW or WHITE FRYING
Ga. Grade 'A' Large With $15.00 Order
1 doz. EGGS FREE
Georgia Grade "A" LARGE
Georgia Grade "A" MEDIUM
Maxwell House INSTANT 10 Oz. Jar
Kraft BARBECUE 1- 18 Oz. Bottle
IGA TOILET 4 RQLL PKGS.
Tissue 3 Pkgs. $1.00
With $10.00 Order or More
EASY STARTING BRIQUETTES of
20 LB. BAG 99
MORTON CHOC., LEMON or COCONUT
P i .UU
Crinkle Cut Potatoes -__ 2 lb. bag
Fillets of Perch ------- Ib. pkg. 59c
Shop RICI'S IGA for the Freshest Produce in
Port St. Joe Hauled by our Own Trucks
FRSSH RUSKIN LB. ,
19c Tomatoes 19c
LARGE HOME GROWN BAG
BEANS or SQUASH
FRESH FROM THE GARDEN
Bell and Hot Peppers
Fresh Shelled Daily
Young Home Grown
Tender Beans ---lb. 29c
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
--PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
... 13 ears
-- bag 59c
SAVE CASH -AT IUCH4 NOT STAMPS
PAGEEJITHE STR Pot S.. oe.Flu.2241 TURSAY, AY 4, ~7O
150,000 More Little Reddy
- Kilowatts Will Work for You
"Before the end of this year, ida Power Corporation system," Ider construction at company sub-
Florida Power Corporation will add Perez added. These specialized.en- stations. These units have single-
150,000 kilowatts of peaking power rating units are being installed 3t shaft turbines equipped to burn
to. the company's generation capa- supplement the generating capabi- distillate fuel oil, with future pro-
bility," A. P. Perez, company prc. lity of Floda Power's eight large visions for possible utilization of
sident, said today. "In early 1972, steam'plants. The steam plants are natural gas as a fuel. The units, in-
we will add 200,000 kilowatts in 'designed to operate continuously eluding turbines and generators,
peaking units of the .mid-range for months. Peaking units operate are completely housed. General
type. These can be run for more for hours or, at the most, for a'few Electric builds them. They can
extended periods'of time than the days at a time. reach full power in under 10 min-
'. other type of peaking unit," Perez Four units, of 17,000 kilowatt utes.
said Peaking units Drovide a quick .. .. ..... .....
.--a -- ----- ---- capacity each, are now under con- Two w
power source for peak electt*cal struction, with completion schedul- aircraft-typ
usage periods and for times ,,en e during this summer. Two of the units are
, emergency power is needed. "They units 'are being installed at the during the
are a means of further enhancing company's Turner power plant in company's
the electrical reliability of the Flor- I Enterprise. The other two re 'in- mar. These
in less, tha
Switch to electric corn
If you're thinking of electric heating and
cooling for your home then see your
dealer now, before the summer
air conditioning rush begins.
You'll find there's nothing quite like
the satisfying, over-all warmth'of
electric heat ... or the refreshing
coolness of electric air conditioning.
And what could be more convenient.
There's no worry or bother. No pilot
lights to be cleaned. No burners to be
adjusted. There are no fuel tanks.
No sooty dirt.
Your'dealer can show you.how you can enjoy
year 'round comfort electrically and still stay
within your budget. See him soon.
What a great way to start the '70'sl
S-helping build better communities.
Boy Scout Troop 47 On The Go
All Month Long During April
April was a busy month for the campout will be held the weekend hut. a very informative report was the leadership of Acting Patrol
Boy Scouts of Troop 47. Friday, of the 22nd. The Troop will camp given by Scout Steve Lawrence. Leader, Steve Lawrence, hikeEL
April 3rd found the Troop at Red- at Wetapo Creek and it will be a The report was about the Bobcat across St. Vincents Island. The pa-
fish Point attending the Gulf Coast weekend camp. The Troop will Patrol's wilderness hike this past trol was accompanied by Mr. Ray
Council Cam'oree. Saturday, April leave Friday and return Sunday Saturday. The Bobcat Patrol under Lawrence.
4th, was spent in competitive games afternoon. '
with the other 400-odd Scouts which The scouts discussed the possi- C.HUC-
were also attending the Camporee. bity of forming a baseball team F T UNITED MT
The Crow Patrol and the Bear Pat- to play the No. 1 team during the I I UDI HU
rol, led by Scouts Larry Tate and All-Star Game week. The scoutmas- Intersection Monument and Constitution
Tommy Odom, each won a red rib- ter was appointed to look into the R9V. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
bon for their outstanding perfor- matter and make the necessrarvyar ...&
ornmngion Corporaion mance in the Scout Cfafts Con- rangements After the discussion
e jetengine peaking tests. The other three Patrols at- of forming the team ,the scouts
scheduled or operation tending won yellow ribbons for elected to clean up the Little Lea.
fall of this year at the their participation. The Scouts gue Park. Litter bags were furnish-
Higgins plant in Olds- were accompanied by Patrol fathers ed by the Scoutmaster and the
e units, each capable of Ray Lawrence, Ray Brant, Gordon scouts went to work.
40,000 kilowatts, will Biggins and Claud Tate.
in a sound-absorbing After they returned to the scout
-hin a sound-absorbing lo- At the regular Monday Night
te-half-story building lo- Meeting on April 6th, the Scouts
s can reach full power made plans for the April Campout.
cn five minutes. Divie Youth Baseball participation
was discussed and the Scouts voted
1972, the company will to camp on Friday Nights with the UI
pleted installation of Scouts who were playing ball at-
) kilowatt General Elec- tending the campout after the
t the St. Petersburg Bar- games. Troop 47 also went on the ,
TPese large units are of merit system. ,
range" type, designed to The theme of the meeting of the .'
er more extended time 13th was a five mile hike and corn- ....A ;
ie G. E. mid-rang units pass route. The Scouts are still hav-
industrial turbine-type, ing trouble with the compass
signed to burn distillate routes.. Pi
Dil. They can reach full The meetings 20th, and 27th, 3 ..ece
minutes after a cold were taken up with community pro-
installation will be in jects. The Scouts assisted Mr. Lan- B
lance with the require. caster and crew in deliveries of I0o
the Florida Department Civil Defense Paclets in Port St.
I Water Pollution Con- Joe, Oak Grove, Highland View
and the Beaches The Scoutmaster lll I
was told by Mr. Lancaster that the
Florida Power Corpora-,, Scouts did an excellent job., V 'E
peaking units will be On Friday, April 24th, the Scouts
controlled from the com- went to Wetapo Creek for their
tem load control-center monthly campout. Some of the
ersburg. Four existing Scouts had an extra treat Friday ,*
SNight. The Scoutmaster taught
nits are also controlled them how to clean frogs and then Double Dresser, Mirror,
enter. he cooked the frog leggs for them.
-- Just ,can't beat 'frog legs on the and bed. In pecan finish
The Boy Scouts of Troop 47 met
Monday night and discussed plans
for this months' activities. It wa. 2-Piece
decided that the Troop would have
a wiener roast next Monday night,
May 11th. The site of the cookoutLiin oom
will be determined by the Scout- L g R
It was determined that the Troop S U IT
I Begin Search for $119.00
M Matching sofa and chair.
fo rt Dorothy E. White, President of In heavy vinyl.
*a. ,the Communications Workers of
ing! America Local 3171 in Port St. Joe,
= c. f:.
has just returned from a Bargain-
ing Council meeting of ;the Union
in Washington, D. C.
The 11-member CWA Council set
bargaining gaols for more than 11,
000 workers in independent tele-
phone companies around the na-
tion. CWA represents more than
500,000 men and women across the
Mrs. White said that negotiations
between CWA and St. Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Co., are sche-
duled to start in February 1971.
Earlier, CWA Bargaining Coun-
cils that represent workers in the
mammoth Bell Telephone System
and the General Telephone System
met to hammer out goals for CWA
members in these units. Negotia-
tions with various General units
aro scheduled this year, and na-
tiorwide bargaining with Bell will
be held next year as current three.
year contracts expire.
Mrs. White served as an elected
member of the CWA Bargaining-
There are more than 1,970 inde-.
pendent telephone companies' ifi
the United States, sercing more
than half the geographical area of,
the country. Combined, they ser-
vicc over 1,8 million telephones or
17 per cent of all telephones. Af-
ter General Tel., other ranking in-
dependent companies include Un-
ited Utilities Inc. and Continental
Telephone Corp. /
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as the Board of Adjustment,
will hold a public hearing at the
City FTall, Port St. Joe, Florida, at
8:00 P.M., EDT, Tuesday, May 19,
1970, to determine -whether the
City will authorize a deviation to
Zoning 'Ordinance No. 5 to allow
deviation of 5 feet from the 15' re-
striction of each side line of Lot
14, Block 118. 1
C. W. BROCK 5-7'
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
UI I VALUES
AUTOMATIC WASHER SALE
* Single Speed Automatic Washer /
* 3 selection washer loads
* Gleaming, white porcelain enamel
* Spin tub, porcelain enamel
* SAVE NOW AT DANLEY'S
Jamison Hotel-Motel Special Innerspring
Mattress or Box Spring
14 CU. FT.
7 "Frost-Free 14"- never a
/sign of frost. Not in the re.
frigerator. Not in the freezer
121-Lb. Freezer-with full
width door shelf Full Width,
'Full Depth Shelves-provide
storage to every corner. Spe-
cial 2-Position Shelf is adjust-
able Full Width Vegetable
Crisper-holds 2/3 bushel of
vegetables PLUS: Built-In'
Egg Storage, Butter Keeper
Magnetic Door Gaskets
COLORS: Coppertan or
unurcn Scnool 9... 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:00 B.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survrives"
DR.\G. E. BUTTS, D.V.M., will be at his office
on the corner, of First 'Street and Long Avenue on
Saturday, May 16, 1970, 'from 2:30 p.m. until 5:00
p.m., DST, for the purpose of vaccinating small ani-
mals (dogs, cats, etc.) against rabies.j The amount of
$3.00 will be charged for each animal treated.', 11
persons are urged to have their animals treated at
this time for the protection of themselves, their fam-
ilies andithe community. 1
All animals will be registered and License Tags
obtained at the Vet's Office during the above time.
License Tags are $1.00 for the first animal, 50c for
the second and third animal, for a maximum fee of
$2.00 to any one owner.
H. W. GRIFFIN
CHIEF OF POLICE 5-7
CITY of PORT ST. JOE 2t
U- 1 I
- We'll pay SO towNr4Si 'ukil
you more comfortable
Any Florida Power Corporation residential
customer who removes flame-type heating and
replaces it with whole-house electric heating
and cooling between now and May 31, 1970 -
will receive a $50 installation allowance N
from us. (Minimum capacity,
18,000 BTU's.) Ask your dealer
or contractor for all details.
THURSDAY, MAY -14,,117&7
THE' STMR Parr SC Joe, Fla. 32456
: i :
-h, A P S t "l aH D M 4 9EV
IF UNABLE TO OBTAIN ANY ITEM, LEASE
REQUEST A RAIN CHECK Prices in this ad
are good through Saturday, May 17, 1970.
RosedaSe Extra tStandard Green
New Size! Campbell's
"Super-Right" Boneless Chip Steak or) Boneless
SIRLOIN TIP STEAKS Lb. $1.39
"Super-Right" Boneless Beef
RUMP ROAST oTRsI L. $1.29
6 1-Lb. Pkgs
26 -oz. Can
Grade "A" Fla. or Ga. Fresh
Allgood Brand tugar Cured
Quick Frozen Bulk
2 TO 3-LB. c
-. L p. 69
-Asst. flavors Hi-C, DEL MONTE or A&P
FRUIT DRINKS.,.. 3
La Choy Beef, Chicken or Shrimp
PORK & BEANS.
Adorn Regular or Hard-to-Hold
LEMON PIES..m... 1-Lb
Jane Parker Fresh Crisp
Jane Parker OHI OHI or Double Fudge Sandwich
With this Coupon when you buy Duncan Hines
LAYER CAKE MIXES
Wih 18z. 1 00Without
This Pkgs. Coupon
Coupon Good through May 17 at your A&P
REGULAR SIZE BAR
WITH THIS COUPON
WITHOUT COUPON 130
Coupon Good through May 17 at your A&P .
* SAVE lOc!
With this Coupon when You Buy
A&P SPRAY STARCH
l ivC Without
With This 24-oz. Can 39 Coupon
Coupon ... 49
Coupon Good through May 17 at your A&P
JIP Coupon .u
Special Firm Red Ripe (Bulk)
.. Bulk Lb.10U TOMATOES
SWT. CORN 10
-oz. Bi-Pack 99C
.-oz. Can 98
6-oz. Size 39
14-oz. Bag 59c
1-Lb. Pkg. 390
INSECT BOMB ...o.. 98C ,,A
GOOD THROUGH MAY 17 5.16-70
%=I=U5 MON mma1w1^Kaw STAMPS
tYSOL SPRAY 7-OZ.
DISINFECTANT... 98c I
GOOD THROUGH MAY 17 5-16-70
GOOD TROUH MAY 17 6-0
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COFFEE I-L D CAN-O 3CR .IAX
GOOD THROUGH MAY 17 5-1.670
.3- - -- - -
Vehicles towing a non-cabin
boat less than 16 feet in length on
highways outside cities must abide
by a 60 mph limit in the daytime
and 55 mph at night. On Interstate
Highways the same vehicle may
travel at 65 mph in the daytime
and 60 at night, and must ma'htain
a 40 mph minimum speed said
Clifton concluded by saying,
"Speed limits are established for
the common safety of all drivers.
Know the speed limit of the ve-
hicle you are driving and abide by
it for safer highways."
Legal Adv. 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OFFLORIDA, IN AND FOR 'K | T W E N
GULF ~ ITC HE N
SPICEY G. SMITH,
IDA FLEMING SMITH,
NOTICE OF SUIT by the Florida Power 'Corporation
TO: IDA FLEMING SMITH, 2321
Phoenix Street, Saginaw, Michi Are you using your electrical ap-
? AE ERB NOTIFIEI pliance the blender?
that an action for divorce has been The blender makes daily meal
filed against you and you are re- preparation and entertaining less
quired to serve a copy of your writ- work and more fun. You may use
ten defenses, if any, to it on'Rob- this appliance for every meal -
ert M. Moore, of Costin and Moore, such as blend frozenj-uice for
221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flor- such as blen frozen
ida, and file the original with the breakfast plus mixing the pan-
Clerk of the above styled Court on cakes, whirl ingredients for soup
or before May 29, 1970; otherwise, at lunch, cocktail before dinner,
a Judgment may be entered against lun ch, cokail befressin ne
you for the relief demanded in the the meat sauce, salad dressing and
Complaint. possible dessert for dinner, and
WITNESS my hand and the seal possible dessert fro dinner, and
of said Court on this the 28th day late snack with "thick" milk shake
of April, 1970.
GEORGE Y. CORE 4-30 for the children. In addition, a
Clerk, Circuit Court 4t blender will liquify, blend, mix,
chop, grate, puree or neatly pul-
j verize food. Just give this recipe
I I a tryl
QUICK CHICK CASSEROLE
1 large can of asparagus, drain-
1% cups chopped cooked chicken
1 can condensed cream of chick-
%+ cup evaporated milk (undi-
%'A teaspoon salt
% teaspoon black pepper
% cup Parmesan cheese
1 tablespoon butter
1 teaspoon paprika
Put the asparagus in a layer on
the bottom of, a Well greased cas-
serole./Spread chicken over as a:&
Place remaining, ingredients in
the blender container and mix un-
til smooth. Pour over chicken. Bake
for 30 minutes in-450 degree oven.
QUICKIE IDEA: To chop or
'mince onions just cut into pieces
and put into blender container,
cover with ice cold water and
place cover on container. Use grate
speed for seconds, then drain im-
mediately and the onions are ready
for use. You'll be pleasantly pleas-
ed and no tears.
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Highway Patrol Sets Speed Limits
For Those Pulling Campers, Boats
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Vehicles towing a house trailer,
Highway Patrol today outlined the a boat over 16 feet in length or
speed limits for motorists headed cabin-type boats, a trailer over
for warm weather outings with 3000 pounds and vehicles towing
their camping and boat trailers, another vehicle on highways out-
Colonel Reid Clifton, Director of side cities must abide by a 50 mph
the Patrol said, -The speed limit speed limit in the daytime and 45
of a vehicle towing a trailer is de- mph at night. Clifton said the same
termined by several fac t o r s: combination of vehicles may travel
Weight, length, and type of trailer at 65 mph in the daytime and 60
and the type of highway must be mph at night on the Interstate
considered in determining the legal Highways. They too must maintain
speed limit for your vehicle and the 40 mph minimum speed on In-
, i ~ -
THURSDAY,' MAY 14, 1970
Tmg.TAR, port St. op, Florll
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
School Board Employs Teachers for 1970-71
The Gulf County School Board
this week announced the names
of teachers who would return to
the system for the next school
term. Superintendent of Public
Instruction, Marion Craig, said
there was very little attrition this
year with only a few electing not
to return to the Gulf. County sys-
tem during the next term.
Craig said that already the
Board is receiving inquiries from
teachers wanting to come to Gulf
County. Based on this event, he
feels that all schools will open
with a complete faculty on the
High School Release
Roll Students for Fi
,Port St. Joe High School Prin-
cipal Wplter Wilder released the
nqmes 6f students achieving the
fifth si* week's" honor -roll this
week. Those making the neces-
sary requirements : or honor
roll notice are listed Below.
ALL."A" HONOR ROLL
7th Grade-Teresa Brown.
S8th Grade--Wanda Pitzl, Carl
Guilford and- Octavia .Copenha-.
10th Grade-Kitty Core.
first day of school in September. Eells, Kenneth Hurlbut, Melvin
- Below is the list of teachers Moore, Virginia Nance, Linda Da-
who will return and those who vis, William Wood, Ela Sutton,
hav electred.to avLinda Kent and Forrest Van' Camp.
have elected to leave. Personnel not returning for 1970-
PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL 71 school year for personal rea-
Continuing Contract: Tony Bar- sons: Steve Hand, Albert Harris,
bee, Margaret Biggs, Miriam Dis- James Horn, Floye Howard, George
muke, Lamar Faison, Sara Fite, Kelly and Jacquelyn Wells.
Maxine Gant, Billie Jean Guilford, WEWAHITCHKA HIGH SCHOOL
James Gunter, Virginia Harrison, Continuing Contract: J oy c e
Jeanne Little, Alice Machen, Nettao Quinn, Jerry Kelley, Arthur Green,
Niblack, Ometa Osborne, Jacque Vera Lilly, Loretta Green, Sara
Price, Wayne Taylor, Sharon Wat- Joe Wooten, Charlotte 'Brown,,
son, Temple Watson, Zack Wuth- George Cox, Magdalene Hubbard,
rich, Albert Wynn, William Dick- Laura Hinton, Martha Lanier, Bet-
son, Gerald Lewter, Allen Scott. |ty Holloway, Letha Rester, Carol
Annual Contract: Joe Brannon, Sue Lister, James Rouse, Barbara
Rita Carls. James Clark, Kesley Shirle, radge Semmes, Hugh H.
Colbert, WiUliam Davis, Barbara Semrmnes. Barbara Thomas. Ange-
line Whitfield, Margaret Addison,
Clayton Wooten, Betty Bidwell,
N f Mary Jo Patterson, Evelyn Cox,
SNameS r Fletcher Patterson, Forrest Weed,
Carolyn B. Lister, Joilyn Tanton
fth ek and Florence Pridgeon.
fth Six Weeks AnnualContract: Judith M. Lis-
f' t xter, Larry Mathes, Verre Gaskin,
Joyte R. Groom, Betty A. Hus-
vid Tipton, Jacque,' Ard and Cuy- band, Linda:Roberts, Dimples Da-.
ler King. I vila Patsy Lister, John Gortemol-
h Rich Laura ler, Paul Miller, Francis Davey,
8th Grade-Eddy Rich, Laura Robert Smiley, Winston Wells,
Rudd, Bonnie Treace, Barry Elaine Lee, James C. Hutchison,
Richardson, Charles Gable, Neil Charles Cleckley, Jerry Tanton and
Arnold, Shirley Spurgrin .James Ginai Thompson.
Unlike an old friend, you cannot rely upon an old prescrlp-
Uion to' do a thorough job... especially the same one for
which it was originally intended. Drugs lose their potency
'over a number of years and some increase In strength
through evaporation. Not only might a drug prove Ineffec-
tivabut it may be dangerous as well. Adverse storage condi.
tons could aIls affect the prescription. Chemical changes
can occur Within the liquid, capsule or tablet. Then, ,
there is the constant danger of a child reaching for an.ola
prescription. Thinking it's candy... or simply imitatingyou
... he might swallow the contents. The results may be tragic.
Never depend upon a prescription lasting forever. Let your
doctor re-prescribe for your present condition... after all
he is the experts And once you have regained your health,
always destroy the remainder of your prescription.
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
Buzzett's. Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue _-. Phone 227-3371
Drive-in Window Servici. '7 Plenty of Frae Parking
11th Grade-Carol Clark and Robert Creamer, Greg Goodman,
Larry Copenhaver. Cheryl Russ and Michael Leavell.
"A" and "B" HONOR ROLL
7th Grade-Debra Burns, Gail
Lancaster, Ricky Baxley, Denise
Braun, Diane Collier, Sara Rob-
erts, Cynthia Lane, Nancy Jones,
Angela Dearinger, David Rich,
Mark Wimberly, Jay Stevens,
Juanise Griffin, Deborah Carl-'
t.fh. Br..p Um U Minf.r
10th Grade-Teresa Lynch,
Desda, Harper, Julie Holland,
Rosemary Faliski, Vicki Stall-
worth, Linda Lewis, Debra Ma-
ness, George McLawhon, William
McCroan and Judy Hendrix.
11th Grade-Cathy McInnis,
Deborah Mallett, Holly Hendrix,
JohTn nnGoodman Billv W Rich Mar.
Cary Floore. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
Annual Contract: Constance St. Continuing contract: Albertha
Clair, Sue Parker Thomas, Jo Ann Brown, Cojean Bums, Ruth Phil.
Smith, Laverne Williams and Deb- lips, Maybelle Whitley, Lula Wil-
orah Driskell. son, Madeline Wynn, Delores Da'$
Sf vis, Carolyn 'Sealy, Ralph Allen,
Personnel not returning for 1970- David Jones, William Lane, Clar-
71 school year for personal rea- ence Monette, Johnell Palm, Susie
sons: Marvin Huie, Alice Yadon, Cooper, Richard Adams and Sarah
Virginia Koger, Martha Truman Riley.
and Jo Ann Kubie. Annuual contract: J o h n
HIGHLAND VIEW Brown, Annie Elliott, Algia Fraz-
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL" ier, Audrey Monette, Donald Wind-
ham, Vivian Robinson.
Continuing contract: Mary Allen, -
Joan Myers, Nadine Parish, Min-
Annual contract: Sherry Hurlbut,
Wayne Stevens, Sue Recknagel'
Personnel not returning for 1970-
71 school year for personal rea-
sons: Anna Katherine Mann.
"Midget Investments With
COUNTY EXTENSION DIRECTOR
(Fri.rria Cvop-ratie Ex-ti" n;.) Service of the Unit'r-
sa :"r Florida and Oulf Coutly Board of County Com-
,rd.mor, ro oooperatwig )
PORT ST. JOE .
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ,
O .... "o pegationPesticide Pick-up" is an effort to help Florida hne-
Continuing Contract:. Barbara
Whitfield, Carolyn Davis Lorraine- owners, gardeners and others, who are not authorized users of DDT
Barnes, Dorothy Barlow,- Kathryn and other restricted "hard pesticides" to safely dispose of these
Floore, Betty Sue Anchors, Janet chemicals.
Anderson, Christine Williams, Wil-
liAnderson, ChristinMae WiDaniell, Sylviams, Win Mr. Emmett Daniell, County Pest Control Supervigor has agreed
he Mae Daniell, Sylvia Costin .. .. .. .-.. ..,
Avaryee Martin, Joyce Faison, An- to accept the chemicals, from those who wish to dispose of them,
-geline Stone, Charlotte Nedley, at the Pest Control warehouse, located at Kenney's Mill.
.Carolyn Parrott, Caroline Norton, These materials will be transported from the county by the
Lorine Woodyard, Gwendolyn In- State Department of Agriculture to a safe holding area and ulti-
gram, Billy Barlow, Frank Barnes, matel:
?Daisy Johnson, Anne Barrier and., mate]ydestroyedv'without danger to the environment.
Say You Saw It In The Star -
I t J
aesl; Bruc1U -ila Gutr y ,' '' 7
Pat'Demmings, Steve Parrish, Ca- sha Player, Eddie Holland and :. .
rolbBarton, Jan Hammock, Julie Sharon Wilson. U i.
C1i6nsworth, Fran Alen, Rose 12th Grade-Molly Causey, : R a '
1 *ie Nobles, Dawn-Anchors, Da- Sue Kennedy, Becky Elliott, Lois y
Griffin, Bobby Laird, Laura" 7 .. m
Guilford, Glenda Rudd and Deb-,;
M versSays All bie Sykes. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house FOR SALE: 1965 Cadillac. Has 29,- GRADUATION GIFTS: Shop at
m I1 one block from water. St. Joe 151 miles. Call Mrs. Tom Owens, the COTI'TAGE SHOPPE. 'We-
SBeach. $4500. Call 227-4221 after 1110 Long Avenue after 3:00 p.m. have appliances. Polly-Perk By Re-
Airports Behlnd A 7P.M2-12 igal. Town and Country steak
FO SALE: 2 bedroom hoU fejg-2 knives. Presto vertical border.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom ho block Elctric shavers, Westinghous hair
R.M: "Pappy" Myers, manager Laland stuceo, carpet and air con- FOR SALE: Cast nets. 121 Second dryers. Bill folds, clutch purses.
of Fanain Field 4in Panama City ditioned. 523 7th St 227-3067. tfe Avenue, Oak Grove. Phone 227- Many items to choose from.; THE
told fT~ Port St.'Joe Rotary Club IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S WANTED TO BUY: Brick or block 5684. 4te COTTAGE SHOPPE, Red ,a nd
Thursday that there isn't an air COURT IN AND FOR GULF home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sin- white building on Hiway 98, Bea-
port in the nation that is able to COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN gle or double carport. In town. All NEEDED: 3 station attendants. con Hill. tfc-5-7
keep up with the needs of ai n PROBATE. replies kept confidential. Call 229- must be honest, sober and re FOR SALE Garden club caladium
keu to In Re: Estata bf c2579. tfc4-30 able. Above average pay. Some ex- ,F..SL: Garden ............ ."i,,
tion. SARAH JULUR BURCH, RENT or 3 bedperience desired but not necessary. I bulbs, 20o, 25c and 35c ;each.
Dde,, eased'. WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 bed- No drifters need apply. See Bill See at the home of Mrs. Kenneth
"Air travel 'is growing so fast in NOTICE TO CREDITORS room house. Call James E. Clark, Vittum at Vittum's Standard Ser- Bateman, 623 Woodward Ave., or
capability, it's bard to project or TO ALL CP ITORS AND ALL 229-5606, after 5:00 p.m. vice. tfc-4-23 phone 227-5851
even imagine what will be needed pFONS VING C S OR .....
in the future", he sajd.- DEMANDS'AGAINST SAID ES- FOR RENT:3 bedroom unfurnish- FOR SALE 1962 Valiant, 6 clin- FOR SALE: AKC registered Ge,-
y p eTATEn ed house. 522 3rd.St. Phone 227 der with automatic transmission, man S ppi.
Myers pointed out that when 8642 tfc-5-7 In"dditi o Ex 1et m Shepherd puppies. Cham-
n F 'You, and each of you, are hereby In good condon. Exceent s ion nes. $50.00. Phone 648-
Fannin Field was built it was made notified and-required to present 'FOR RENT: Large two bedroom ond car. $295.00.:Phone 648-4231. boo nes. $50.00. Pho
adequate to handle the. biggest any claims and demands which you, furnished waterfront home. Lo- tfc-5-14 -
thing flying -in that day, DC3's, or either ofypu, may have against cated at St. Joe Beach. Rent by the .. LIVE and DRESSED channel cat
which weighed 26,000 po e estate o SARAH" JULUR wee. Ph. 229-1143. t.6-28 FORSALE: Two 9.15x5 tires fish at Douglas Landing. 10p3-26
.....0,dBURCH, deceased, late of Gulf ____ tubes.and split runs. $20.00 each. --
loaded. Now, 83,000 pound 727's County, Florida, to the Honorable FOR RENT: Furnisnea two bed- Call 229-5696. tfc-4-30 REDUCE safe and fast with Go.
regularly call at the terminal. S. P. Husband, County Judge of room beach cottages at St. Joe SAW FILING. bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
"Traffic at the airport has grown Gulf .County, Florida, within six Beach. Reasonable monthly rates. SAW IN and arpeter work Pills Campbell's Drug. 14p42
tremendously", he said. "Already (6) calendar months from the date Call 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc-7-31 Citet aol, fPone 2t9t1o8, -w-- 2'
Alreay of the, first publication" : hereof. City, next to fire station. tfc-2-12
this year, in spite of the National Said claims or demands to con FOR RENT: Houses in Highland temporary fatigue with FOR
Airlines strike, the airport has tain the legal address of the cla- View. One partially furnished FIG temporarhit faige w FOR
handled 58,13 passengers copar-mantand to be sworn to and pre- Call 648-4101. tfc-4-23 pp s, non habit forming. 6ply AMBULANCE SERV
$1.98. Campbell's Drugs. 6p-4-2 AMBULANCE SERVICE"
ed,with 43,060 for the entire year sented as aforesaid, or 'same will FOR RENT:. 2 bedroom house at FO RORDERS "e -. n W "a
o 6." H etia ire be barred. See Section 733.16 Flor- St. Cl 51 FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control In W-wahitchka and ,
of 1967." He estimated 116,000 pas- ida Statutes.- Joe Beach. Call 227-5111, Ca Mabel Baley... .
sengers for the year. Dated this 13th day of May, A. Smith's Pharmacy. tfe-5-14 229c6100. 1109 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe
Myers said he could see a need D. 1970.. __ FOR RENT: Apartment. 510 Eighth SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cal *. CALL--
for a larger airport and terminal GENE RAFFIELD, St. Call Jean Arnold, 648-4800. uford Giffn pone '293^ .
facilities right now, even with the as Admi nistrator oth-4-9 229-3097.oneComforterFuneral Home
just completed 'runway expansion. BURCH. Deceased. FOR RENT: Space available for __"_______"___ 227.3511
He said plans are now to extend WTLLLU M J. RISH mobile home on lots back of
runways into the bay on fill areas. 303 Fourth Street 4t Costin's Cottages, Beacon Hill. TOMLINSON
Port St. Joe, Florida 514 Call 227-781. 2-19 RADIO and TV REPAIR*
Myers pointed out that the field Attorney fo Admiinistrator 5-14 ll 2277816 2-19 RADIO and TV REPAIR Ethmeredge
was self supporting., ___-____--- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished PHONE 229-6108. 5 1 8 Ti rS
---- NOTICE apartment, upstairs. 522% Third 1319 McClellan Ave. P St. Joe,
ATTENTION OWNERS, AGENTS, St. Phone 227-8642. tfc-5-14 FP ort St. Joe, PFla.
Charles Conrad looks CUSTODIANS, LESSORS AND FOR SALE: 10' Line-A-Glass boat C H F Plumbing and
an s t U o OCCUPANTS OF REAL PRO- with oar. This boat will also fOR- CHAIN LINK FENCE call i
1 0 Po d S PERTY WITHIN THE CITY LM. take'to a 7A hp. motor. Priced Emory Stephens. Free estimate. .Electrical Contractor
150 P nd turgeo ITS OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. to sell 4 gal. glass line gas hot Guarantee on labor and materials. Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
t JOE: '. Tr ..^ T .. Low down pDament. Phone 227-
Charles Conrad of Howard
Creek caught this big 150 pound
sturgeon Tuesday afternoon on
a trot line 'he had placed at '
Swift Water. near the Apalachi-
Conrad said it was the first
sturgeon he had'ever caught.
Garden Cub Will
Enjoy Lunch Together
Members of the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club will meet this afternoon.
at 1:00 p.m. at the Garden Center
on Eighth Stre'et for an installation
Mrs. J. D. ,McCullough of Pan.
ama City will install the new of-
ficers for 1970-71.
The Jack and Jill Kindergarten
will present its annual program on
Thursday night of next week in
the Port St. Joe High School.- The
program will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The general public is cordially
invited to attend. -
There is no admission charge.
You are hereby notified that you
are required by law to cut and keep
cut 'to a -height of "not exceeding
twelve (12) inches all weeds,' grass
or underbrush on any property
owned, controlled or occupied by
you in the City of Port St. Joe and
also to remove any trash, debris,
refuse, filth or. other noxious'1nat-
ter located upon such property,
and that upon your failure to do
so the City of Port St. Joe will
cause said weeds, grass or under-
brush to be cut and such weeds,
grass, or underbrush or any trash,
debris, refuse, filth or other nox-
ious matter to be removed from
said premises and the cost there-
of assessed against the property
upon which said weeds, grass or
underbrush or such trash, debris,
refuse, filth or other noxious mat-
ter'may be growing or located.
CITY of PORT ST. JOE,
C. W. BROCK 5-7
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
INVITATION TO BID
Bids will be received by the St.
Joseph's Bay Country Club until
4:00 P.M. ,EDT, June 1, 1970, at
the City Hall in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, for the construction of an 18
hole golf course including irriga-
tion. Plans and specifications may
be -obtained from James Root, P.
0. Box 321, Williamstown, West
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
new. Call 227-7616 days and 229- IM..- tfc
2201 nights. tfc-4-30 TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
FOR SALE or RENT: Prefer to and removed or trimmed. Call
Sell a two bedroom masonry 653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
'house .on corner lot. 502 9th and t-e3-6
Long. Fenced back yard. Call 227-
8673 for more details. 2tp-5-7 Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
FOR AIR CONDITIONING and ap- PAINT Dealer in
pliance repair call 229-6323.
FORwSALE: 196' English Ford. For '
information call 229-5046 after
5"00 p.m. tfc-4-30 COVER
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
Every Time" HURLBUT FURNITURE
602 Garrison Ave, and APPLIANCES
Phone 229-6326 306 Reid Ave.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visitinft&
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second arAd fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-.
munication of Port St. Joe L6dge
No, 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
_ WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
7< ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION:
Moore, Martin Atkison, Christa,
Laird. Steve Owens, Larry Smith,
Dale Taylor, Marie Watson, Joni
Grace and4 Michael Cross.
9th Grade-Talman Sisk, Ray
Lifije, Mary Yadon, Vicki Thomp-
son, Ruth Fleming, Gary Pate,
samsonite saturn luggage
Now for the first time at tremendous savings!'
The most honest piece of luggage you can find.
No frills, no nonsense, just luggage that's practically indestructible..
I Molded polypropylene body, same as a crash helmet.
Frames of the same strong metal used in airplanes. Piano-type hinge that
runs the full length of the case. Recessed locks and handle so
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Satum-the most dependable luggage you can fly.
Ladies' Colors: Omega Blue, Peach, Blossom, Misty White and Emerald Green.
Men's Colors: Dark Olive, Heather Grey and Vivid Black.
St Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO.
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1970