The star
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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1970
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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S"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Portforithe Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
... .. -........... .-... NUMBER 38


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Memorial Poppies

On Sale Saturday

By Legion Aux

Memorial Poppy Day will be
observed in Port St. Joe Satur-
day, sponsored by the American
Legion and Auxiliary.
Buddy Poppies will be on sale"
all day Saturday by members of
the Legion Auxiliary with all
funds used to aid disabled vet-
erans' in veterans' hospitals.
,The Legion and Auxiliary
Sirges. you to help,' them salute
'" th those brave men who gave
Stieir lives that we might live
5. fee and to aid those who gave
r their health and strength in their.
country's defense. I ,
Mayor Frank Pate, in dealring
Saturday as "Poppy Day" it' Port
.' ft. Joe, said: "Eoch of us 'owes
,an individual debt to those brave
and courageous men and women
who, through thbJr sacrifices
have made the continuation of
Sou" liberties possible".
Citizens are asked to show
their'appreciation by wearing a-
< Memorial PoppIy on this occasion.

Dixie Youth

All-Stars Mix

It Up Friday

The Dixie Youth All-Stars,
baseball games will be played
Friday night of this week at the
Major League field on 10th
Street. The Minor League All-
Stars will play at 6:00 p.m. and
the Major League All-Stars will
play at 4:00 pnm.
.Each team manager picked his
five best players to play in the
games. The All-Stars from the
. teams in first, third and sixth
S- place-will pla- the' Stars fi-om
the teams in second, fourth and
fifth .plaee.. i '-
In the Major League, the oo-
tary, Hard-Stars and Dozers"will
be coached by Bascom Hamm as-
sisted by Benny Roberts and Al-"
len Scott. The Ford-Western,
Boxers and Krafties will be
coached by Daryl Strickland as-
sisted by Waylon Graham and
Joe Davis.
In the Minor League, Vitro,
Glidden and Basic will be coach-
ed by Theo Johnson assisted by
Ralph Walton and John Buzzett.
The Patriots, Telco and Citizens
Federal will be madaged by Wa-
dell Jenkins assisted by Clyde
Whitehead and Melton Taylor.
Everyone is invited to come
rout and see Dixie Youth baseball
at its best Friday night.

?"" Mrs. Wanda Basham, operator of Wanda's
School of Dance here, presents a check for $450.
to Mrs. Edna Rowell, area supervisor for the
American Cancer Society. The presentation was
made Friday night at a dance recital held in the

Port St Joe Schools Graduating 111



89 Seniors Finish Port St. Joe High

Port St. Joe High School will
graduate 89 seniors in exercises
to be held Sunday, May 31 at
8:00 p.m. and Tuesday, June 2 at
8:00 p.m. Both exercises will be
held in the High School Football
Baccalaureate services will be
held Sunday evening with Rev.
J. C. Odum, Pastor of Long Ave.-
nue Baptist Church, delivering
the Baccalaureate address. Oth-
ers on thd program include the
Rev. John Ash, pastor, of the
Presbyterian Church, will give
the Invocation and Benediction.
.The Port St. Joe High Schbol
band, under the direction of
James Cldrk, .jill play for the
Processionif,'the Recessional and
for congregation -singing. which
will be led by Wesley R. Ramsey.
Platform guests for both Bac-
calaureate and Graduation exer-
cises will be Rev. John Ash, Rev.
J. C. Odum, Howard Blick, Mrs.
Herbert Brouillette, R. Marion
Craig, Roy C. Garrett, Mrs. Etna
Gasin, Mrs. J. H. Geddie, Way-
Ion Graham, Harry Herrington,
Max] Kilbourn, William Linton,
James J. Mclnnis, Gene Raffield,
Wesley R. Ramsey, Bill Rich, Wil-
liam Roemer, C. Allen Scott, Ken-
neth Whitfield, B. Walter Wil-
der, Edwin Williams and Zack
A. Wuthrich.
Ushers for both services will
be LaNell Chason, Drucilla Hen-
derson, Lynn Knox, Marsha Pla-
yer, Ronald Gaffney, Eddie Hol.-

land, Chuck Roberts and Mike
Graduation Exercises ,
Graduation exercises Tuesday
will begin with the Seniors en-
tering the stadium to the strains
of "Hail, Land All Glorious" ren-
dered by the High School band.
Shirley Cantley will give the
invocation and class, president
Gregg Knox will introduce the
high honor graduates Shirley
Cantley, Laura Guilford, Pam
Wilson, Sue Kennedy, Judy Stone
and Kathy Sutton who will pre-
sent the graduation program bas-
ed on the theme, "The Age of
During the awards presenta-
tion ceremonies, Wesley R. Ram-
- sey will present the Rotary'
Award; Roy C. Garrett the Amer-
Sican Legion Award; 'R. Marion
Craiig, Gulf Coast-Gulf County
Board of Publ ic Instruction
awards; B. Walter Wilder the
Delta Chapter National Honor
Society and Port St. Joe High
School awards and Zack Wuth-
rich the GCEA Teachers award.
R. Marion Craig, Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction will
present' the graduating seniors
with their diplomas.
Mike Lowry will pronounce
the benediction.
The graduating seniors are:
With High Honors: Rick Bran-
non, Shirley Cantley, Laura
Guilford, Sue Kennedy, Judy
Stone, Kathy Sutton and Pam

With Honors: Becky Elliott,
Jennifer Hildbold, Kay Holland,
Judy Moore, Bobby Laird, Deb-
orah Stallworth, Debbie Sykes,.
Brenda Wall and Candy White.
George Anchors, Richard An-
derson, Betty Armstrong, Jimmy
Ash, Tommy Ash, :Dennis Atchi-
, son, Richard Baxley, Joyce Bi-
shop, Wayne Bishop, Henry
Boone, Buddy Boyett, Harold
Bramton, Barbara Branch, Mary
Breedlove, Marion Britt, Greg
Burch, Angle Butts, Molly Cau-
sey, Janice Coatney, Tecesa
Counts, Rita Cumbte.
Brenda Daniels, Glenn Davis,
Llpyd Dees, FelixDemnzings, Ro-
ger Ferry, Adryn-eant, Carol
Grace,.Donnie Griffin,. Lois Grif-
fin, Velinda Guzinski, Sharron
Hallmon, Glenn Harpere; Debra
Hattaway, Billy Hay, Gary Hay,
Gary Hutchins, Emily Johnson,
Robert Keel, Gregg Knox, Jim-
my Lancaster,LJean Laurimore.
Maxine Leslie, Dale Little,
Mike Lowry, Wayne Martin, Ken-
ny Merritt, Larry McFarland,
James McGee, Phil McLeod,
Paulette McNair, Donna Parker,
Susan Peak, Bruce- Perryman,
Constance Peters, Mike Powell.
Billy Rabon, Nancy Richards,
Glenda Rudd, Janie Shealy, Don-
ald Shoots, Charles -Smith, Ger-
ald Smith, Tommy Smith, Lamar
Speights, Ben Stallworth, Jo Ann
Terry, Elaine 'Whitehurst, John
Whitfield, Jean Whitley, Darrel
Wilkinson, Debbie Williamson
and Gary Youngblood.

Kilbourn Named

________________ ___ AI.skew Woke

Max W: Kilbourn of Port St.
Joe and Wewahitchka has been
appointed Northwest Florida Co-
ordinator by Senator Reuben As-
kew of Pensacola in his bid for
the .Democratic -nomination for
Governor of the State of Florida
in the September primaries.
Senator Askew made this an-
nouncement at a political rally
in Ponce De Leon Wednesday of
last week.
In introducing Kilbourn, As-
kew stated that -he was indeed
gratified to have his campaign
attract .men like "Kilbourn and
Fred Womble of Tallahassee vol-
unteer to assist in my efforts to
give Florida a practical, sensible
conservative administration."
Askew said he knew of several
blank spots in Northwest Flor-
ida's road system. He was also
aware of the critical need for
North-South major highway con-
struction needs to encourage
tourist travel to the "Miracle
Strip". Askew said he could be
counted on to fulfill the needs
in these critical areas.
Kilbourn remarked that "we
now have an opportunity to elect
a conservative ,honest, Christian
gentleman as our next Governor.
I hope Florida will see the light.
I urge my West Florida friends
to join with us in this effort."

High School Auditorium. The check represented
the amount received from ticket sales which were
donated to the ACS, Gulf County Chapter. Little
Stacey Tharpe looks on.
-Star photo


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Washington Giving 22 Diplomas

Washington High School will
graduate 22 seniors in Baccalau-
reate services to lbe held Sunday
morning at 10:00 a.m. and grads
nation exercises Wednesday eve-
ning at-7:30 p.m. Both services
will be held in the Washington
High School Gymnasium.
Rev. H. C. McCray will deliv-
er the Baccaureate sermon. Rev.
0. T. Stallworth' will read the
scripture. Rev. Sylvester Jones
will give the Invocation and Rev.
Samuel Alexander will pronounce
the Benediction. Music will be
provided by the Washington
High Band.
.- .
Graduation exercises will fea-
ture addresses by honor grad-
uates Margie Jones, Timothy
Cooper, Morris Leslie ,and Clar-
ence Davis, on the theme, "The
Artist and His Art".

Rev. R. Rogers will give the
Invocation and the Benediction.
Superintendent R. M a r i on
Craig :will present the seniors
with their diplomas. Edwin Wil-
liams, principal, will preside ov-
er the program..
Ushers for both services will
be Virgie Mae Boiden, Annie
Jean Parker, Cherry'Smith and
La Fretta Raines.
SGraduating seniors include:
David Barnes, Roosevelt Beard,
Jr., James Boule, Robert Boykins,
Jr., Timothy Keith Cooper, James
Evans Corbett, John 'Shermnan
Crosby, Clarence. Davis,- Willie
Dawson, Gary Lewis Hall, Clar-
ence Douglass .Hogue, Margie
Elaine Jones, William Gregory
King, Morris Angela Leslie, Ben-
jamin Pace, Jr., Gloria Lamar
Quinn, Mildred Ann Riley, Thornm.-

as Sims, Johnny Charles Thornm-
as, Betty Thompson, Charles Ed-
ward Tiller and Charlie Tanner.

Cooper 'Davis


Builder Wants To Parley

Over Courthouse Debt

Guin and Hunt Construction
Company of Pensacola has noti-
fied Gulf County that they have
secured' attorneys to arbitrate a
claim of the firm against the
County for $8,000 non-payment
on the new Courthouse contract,
Clerk George Y. Core revealed at
a meeting of the County Board
Tuesday night.
The County has refused for
.two years to pay the remaining
amount of the construction con-
tract, claiming damages still un-
settled including a discolored ter-
razo floor, cracks, roof. work and
several items not finished to the

,Chamber Will

Discuss Activities

A special meeting of the Port
St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce has been called for
tonight by president Bob Free-
man and the Board of Directors.
The purpose of the meeting is
to conduct a discussion among
the Chamber meulbers on how
the organization can best serve
Port St. Joe and Gulf County.
Freeman has arranged for Dr.
Richard Morley, a former Cham-
ber manager and President of
Gulf Coast Junior College to
come and lead the discussion.
Freeman said, "We are neces-
sarily small and our budget is
limited, but we need to be an
effective force for our area. The
purpose of this meeting tonight
is to discuss how we can best
use our energies and our fi-
All Chamber members are giv-
en a special invitation to attend
and join in the discussion.

Board's satisfaction.
Earlier, Guin and Hunt had en-
tered suit against the County for
the sum and the County entered
a counter-suit. County Attorney
Wi)laam J. Rish said the suit is
still pending.
S Chamber Request
Chamber of Commerce Presi-
dent Bob Freeman approached
- the Board with a request for $300'
for the Chamber to be used for
advertising purposes. Freeman
also asked that the County con-
sider contributing $1,000 to the
organization in its next budget.
The Board agreed to grant
Sthe $300.00 request now.and con-
sider the $1,000 request for next
year's budget.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
told Freeman that the County
must reduce its millage next
year and money would be short
but he felt the request should be
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Eight Teams In Slow
Pitch Tourney Sath

It wib be marathon softball in
Port St. Joe Saturday.
The City will be host.to a tour-
nament of sldw-pitch variety
which gets'under way at 9:00
a.m. arid continues through 9:00
p.m. ,
Eight teams will be involved
in the contests with Port St. Joe, '
Wewahitchka, Apalachicola, Pan-
ama City, Fort Walton Beach
ahd Pascagoula, Mississippi field-
ing teams in the all-day ;affair,
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
will serve refreshments during
the day including hamburgers,
hot dogs and cold drinks.
The tournament will be play-,.
ed at the City softball and base-
ball diamonds adjacent to the
Centennial Building.

Two Teen Age Boys Caught by Police

Breaking Into Arnold's Furniture

' Two teen age boys were caught
in the act of burglarizing Ar-
nold's Furniture and TV early
Wednesday morning by City Po-
lice officers Howard Rogers and
M. A. Kelly,
Dispatcher Bob Bracewell went
off duty at midnight and saw
the two boys entering the store
and called the officers to the
scene. The two were trapped in-
side the building, but attempted
to run when police arrived. Of-
ficer Rogers fired a warning shot
in the air and they gave up.
The pair, one 16 years old and

one 17, are being held in the
Gulf County Jail for investiga-
The two allegedly entered the
building through the rear door
by cutting off the lock with a
set of bolt cutters. Tape players
and tapes were stacked near the
back door in preparation for re-
moving them when officers enter-
ed the building. A small amount
of cash was also missing out of
the cash register.
The glass front door of the
business was broken in an at-
tempt to escape. i.J


' Qijinr

Dance for Cancer Fund

. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1 0

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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970



Flap Your Wings

Port St. Joe schools will push 111 fledgling adults out
of the nest the first part of next week and they will begin
to fly, in earnest, on their, own. Eighty nine of these
young men and women will come from Port St. Joe High
School and 22 from Washington High.
For 12 years now, trained people have been, at work
moulding, shaping, enticing, challenging, instilling and
encouraging these young adults to begin thinking of them-
selves as. adults. There was also an intense program of
providing knowledge that can be used as tools to make
this new status of adult-hood easier.
The question now remains to be seen "how well can
they fly on their own?"
It happens this way every year, and probably every
teacher who has ever walked in a classroom is constantly
amazed that many of his or her students "make it".
The young ladies and men are eager for it all to be

over, to be free of the daily grind of school. It's been
long time ago, but we remember the feeling. The prc
lem is that it isn't over. it's just beginning. That's w
we compare graduation to a bird being pushed out of
nes '
It's almost trite now to gay "you are the leaders
tomorrow", when it shouldn't be trite at all. That's t
most scary statement anyone ever made because it is
true. It's also true that the job is getting bigger a
requires more responsibility than ever before. May
that's why so many youth are copping out with drug
wild actions, rebellion, etc. On the other hand, the e
citement of the challenge of- this day and time seems
be molding better informed, more determined and mo
responsible young adults than ever before.
When you get right down to thg nitty-gritty of
about the only advice you caI.n give the graduating se
iors, who face the future is to "flap your wings. .. hard

The name of Peter Fonda, along with that of his
actress sister, Jane, makes us glad they aren't our chil-
dren. They have recently appeared in the news of "anti-
vietnam" demonstrations and other things.not quite so
civilized. While we support the right of Fonda, or any
other public figure, .to dissent from government policy-
as we reserve our own right to disagree with the govern--
nient on' many issues-we are somewhat confused 'as to
what moral,, ethical, or practical motives should impel
young Fonda to adopt his "anti-war" stance.
First, it should be recognized that the surveys show
that Fonda makes his money (and it's quite a bundle)
because of his motion picture appeal to many thousands
of the "under 25" age bracket of our population who flock
to see his films.
But what sort of film fare does Fonda present to his
youthful audiences? In a recent review written for "Life"
magazine, a scene was described near the end of a "bike
movie" which Fonda specializes in. "The Angels, led by
Peter Fonda, are about to bury one of their number. They
have already torn up the chapel, beaten and gagged the
preacher and held a wake during which the dead man's
girl was raped on the altar and the corpse itself, propped

0 Too Late To Classify

-., .' W '"* ^ w s A is s / w

There. was a time when you
couldn't get a loan from your
friendly banker unless you left
your right eye as security.
I was brought up to under.
Stand that thrift was a'virtue and
I memorized the admonition of
Benjamin Franklin: "A 'penny
saved, is a penny earned.'
Like kids today I wanted a lot
'of things such as a bicycle, rol-
ler skates, a pony and so on but
Smy parents explained that 'such
things cost money and if I want-
ed them bad enough I could work
and pay for them. Another point
they drilled into me.: a, I
shouldn't consider the purchase
of'such things unless I was able
to pay in full.
SI eventually got my bicycle
-and roller skates and, a'lot of
other things but I earned them
by working for them. I mowed
lawns, dida variety of odd jobs,

carried paper routes, sold pa-
pers on the street and even shin-
ed shoes. My parents weren't em-
bbrrassed by my honest work,
in fact they were proud of me
andi probably got as much plea-
sure as I did -when .1 bought
something I wanted.
I learned the value of a dol-
lar and came to realize hnow many
hours of hard work it took to
acquire the things I wanted. The
experience stood me in good
stead all 'my life. -"
Now our bankers encourage
us to buy anything and every-
thing we want on ,credit. They
have fallen over themselves try-
ing to get folks to accept and use
credit so they can live better
They hope that you will so
overextend yourself so you won't
be able to pay when 'the debt
comes. due. They just love: to


Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star PubileiMng Company
WESILEY B. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Saleanan, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-8161
entered as second-elass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Polttffice. Port St. Jof,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

IN COUNTY 'ONe YEAR, $35.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY,- One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00

TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or ommisieons in advertisements, the publishers
do not hole' themselves liable for d'-age further than amount received for such

The spoken word Is given scant attention the printed word is thoughtfully
selgIse. The spoken word barely assert; .he r word thoroughly oojn
vea es. The spoken word la lost; the pridted wodreamratns.

up on a bench in full bike colors, dark .goggles ovey t
eyes and a joint between the lips, became the object
necrophilia. Now they stand at the grave, and uncerta
how to mark the moment. Peter Fonda shrugs. 'Nothi
to say', he says." '
Is brutality, 'terror, licentiousness, desecration,, a'
the violation of human rights the sort of behavior Fon
would have his youthful followers emulate? If not, wl
does Fonda appear in pictures which clearly feature i
morality as the "in thing?" Does Fonda appear in t
( films simply to make money? If so, is it his philosophy
that one achieves his ends (making money) by any mean
It is easy to protest the war in Vietnadi on the grounds
brutality, since, all wars are brutal, but how can Fon
make this claim when his own films clearly espouse bri
tality as a way of life? Are his "anti-war" appearance
simply a play of hisi press agents, to get his name mie
tioned? We don't know. Maybe Peter Fonda does
know. :
Now, where is that line which is:.the-favorite of Fo
da's il : "The system is hypocritical, ennlngiitg enefgi
on things 'of war rather than things of peace"?

Emphasis Placed

On Woodlands

Since about 80% of the West
Florida Resource Conservation and
Development Project (RC&D) area
is used for some type of forestry,
the Florida Forest Service officials
have placed great emphasis on ac-
celerating assistance to all wood-
land owners in an effort to get
a the greatest returns from ,their
ob- lands.
hy Profit from woodland ,is great-
' a est when a landowner keeps his
land fully stocked with desirable
...' trees. In Gulf County this means
of pine on the drier upland and either
he pine or hardwoods on the moist
bottoms and better soil types.
so Under no conditions ,should
md large areas of land remain idle, norf
'be should -they be allowed to grow
gs, weeds., Woodland weeds include.
x- cull trees as 'Well as brush and
S vines. I
tO To put unproductive areas to
)re work making a profit, plans should
be made to plant open areas to
desirable trees and to deaden or
it, remove weed trees. These twp sim-
n- ple forestry practices could double
L!" the growth of wood products in
Gulf County.\
If you need assistance in chbos-
ing the trees best suited for grow-
ing on the many different soils of
Gulf County, or want to know how
to deaden the woodland weeds,
contact your local Soil Conserva-
tion Sdrvice representative, Wiley
he Garrett, concerning he soils in-
formation needed and your County
of Forester, Charles R. Reeves, with
ai the Florida Forest Service, for in-
ng formation on trees best suited.
Your/Soil Conservation Service re-'
presentatives, your County Exten-
nd sion Director,' and your County
da Forester are all trained to: help
#hy you obtain planting material and
to show you how to rid the forest
m- of undesirable weeds. .
he The need for pulpwood and tim-
hy her products is increasing rapidly
s? and we cannot allow our land to
of be idle or unproductive. Every
year we miss having our land in
da a stand of trees, we miss growing"
ru.j from one to two cords of pulpwood,
or from 300 to 600 board feet of
es lumber per acre.
an- The markets :are here waiting
n't for us! Let us grow something to
sell to them!


Council Formed to Improve teaching

Formation of an Area Commun- tion. The first phas6 will last 18
ity Council for Project L.I.F.T. months. ;
(Lattice for' Improving Future Enrollment will be increased by
Teaching' has been announced at 100 for the nd phase by
the Chipley headquarters. 150 for the hird phase Estimated
This is the project .under which cost of the three-year project will
Career Opportunity Program (COPy be $400,000, with funding through
training is being provided for more provisions of the U. S. Education
than 60 teacher aides in nine West Professions developmentt Act.
Florida counties. The training is Project director is W. Shouppe
designed to increase the compe- Howell, curriculum specialist for
tency and skills of the aides., the Panhandle Area 'Educational
Cooperative, Representatives on
First phase of that program has the Council from Gulf County in-.
begun, with the aides having rek- elude: Mrs. Lamar Speight, Jerry
istered at Gulf .Coast and Chipqla A. Tanton'and Mrs. Laura A. Ged-
Junior Colleges for their instruc- die.

cairy you at a profit of 18% in- chases and wipe the slate clean
terest and the more you spend each time the bank statement

the better they like it as long
"as you have anything they can
attach to collect if worse comes
to worse.
According to a recent article
in Life Magazine, banks have
over 20 million Americans rnow
using credit cards and a large
percentage of them unable to
meet their, obligation when due,
paying 18% interest on the ba-
While these credit cards may
be a real convenience to the
holder able to pay for his pur-

comes in, they can prove a ter-
rible temptatiorf to the spend-
thrift br irresponsible individual
and lead to a lot of headaches
,and heartaches for countless fam-
lies in the years to come.
While 'I do not blame the
bankers, I still think the old
fashioned idea of "pay as. you
go" is a better system and in-
sures a .lQt more peace of mind.
I am even crazy enough to think
that government,' from city to
federal, would be better off if
they spent only the money they
had available.




Panama City

New and Used Cars and Trucks
SCALL 785-5226
NIGHT 229-3477.

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I have to give old Senator Bill Fulbright'of Arkansas
credit.. He will exhaust every effort to get his own way.k
Senator Fulbright has been turning heaven and earth to
make President-Nixon see that he is wrong for letting a
war continue which Senator Fulbright's body authorized
in -the first place. Fulbright has done everything but
burn down the Capitol to make President Nixon "see the-
That wily old fox has done it now., He has pulled the
critical move. Now he is agreeing that Nixon was right
in ordering the search and destroy mission in Cambodia.
The President is bound to see the error of his ways when
he sees Fulbright agreeing with him.

Speaking of errors, Bill Altstaetter thought Chauncey
Costin's post office had committed a giant one the other
day. 'Bill had ordered a special pair of gloves and when
they came in the mail he opened them up expectantly,..
but, lo and behold,. there was only one glove in the pack- ',
age. Bill, naturally, started to work Ghauncey over for'
the inefficiency of his organization.
Chauncey came right back at him. and chided him
for "ordering just -one glove and blaming the Post Office $
because two didn't come". The glove that did come wasn't
even for the right, hand.
Ohauncey does that to us to. When we send a paper
that fails to get, delivered he lets us have ito for not hav-
ing the proper address on it.. If thepost office was any-
where near efficient, they would realign the address to
suit our mailing.

We read in the papers where the "tippy-toe" ses-
sion' of the Legislature may end by the last of this week
-a full week early. The session has been a' lesson in pure
politics. All of the controversial subjects have been dis-
cussed at length, amended,' discussed some more, then
shoved back safely in committee where they will remain
when the old clock on the'wall says "go home".
Then the members of that august body can get down
to the business they got out of bed to do this year on Jan-
uary 1 run for office. Nobody will be mad due to bad
bills being passed. Taxes weren't raised appreciably. Ev-
erything is lovely. We will even be back to one effective
Legislative session every two years with the equivalent
of football "spring practice" every other year.

10 ibs. 99c

irish Potatoes 10 bs. 69c Banaas--------- Ib. 12c
Georgia Grade "A"

SMALL EGGS 2 doz. 59c
Copeland 9 to 12 Lb. Average WHOLE or HALF

Tenderized Hams lb. 59c
Captain Hook Whole
Fish Sticks --- 8 oz. 29c Rump Roast ------ lb. 79c
Banquet Beef, Turkey or Chicken Center Cut
PotPies 5 for $1.00 Chuck 'Steak ------ lb. 69c

Limit 6 Pounds Please



Ibs. 1.39

First Cut SIRLOIN, RIB or Full Cut
Pork Chops -------lb. 59c Round Steak -------lb. 99c
Center Cut Fresh, Tender
Pork Chops--------b. 89c T-Bone Steak Ib. $1.19
Boneless Rolled Fresh
Chuck Roast -------lb. 79c Pork Roast -------lb. 49c

Georgia Grade 'A'


lb. 29c




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THIN STA& Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456

THE TAR Pot St Jo, Pe. 3456 THUSDAY MA 28 197 PAE TBEI

Students Select Five High School Teachers For Honors

Recently the Seniors of Port St. and among these are reading, writ-
Joe High School voted on the five ing, target shooting, coin collecting,
teachers in Port St. Joe High School playing bridge and collecting liter-
that have helped them the most ary character jugs. Mrs. Biggs has
during their six years in high been teaching at this high school
school. The five- teachers, selected for 16 years.
from the forty at St. Joe High, Mr. Charles T. Watson
were the following: Mr. Watson was born in Ellis-
Mrs. Wayne S. Biggs ville, Mississippi. He graduated
Mrs. Biggs was born in Troy, from Murphy High School in Mo-
Alabama She completed high bile, Alabama in 1960, and in 1964
school in 1951 from Brilliant High he received his degree from Ala-
School and in 1954 she received her bama College in Montevallo, Ala-
college degree from Troy State bama. Mr. Watson's favorite bob-
University in Troy, Alabama Mrs. bies are reading, traveling, watch-
Biggs has manyy interest in life ing television, collecting stamps.

/ OF


and playing tennis. Mr. Watson has Mrs. Floye Howard across the country; five differenti Mr. Faison "You, the 1970 call on me."
been a teacher at Port St. Joe High a Mrs. Howard was born in Sau schools in the first grade alone. graduates,, face the most challeng- Mrs. Howard "The talents and
feenor six years. cier, Mississippi. She received her His high school career was spent ing and exciging future of any abilities that you possess are God's
or six yeLamar Faison B. S. degree atMississipp the University of at one of America's most progres- young adults ever in history. Man's' gift to you. The use that you make
Mr. Lamar Faison B. S degree Mississippi and her M. A. sive, schools, Melbourne High knowledge has surpassed his fond- of them is your gift to him."
Mr. Faison was born at Brentley. degree at Louisiana State Universi- School near Cape Kennedy. Mr. est dreams ever within the past Mr. Brannon "As a teacher,
Alabama. He- graduated from Do- .degree all music from count Brannon's undergraduate college few years. The competitiveness of my greatest reward is to see those
ie High School in Dozier, Aeceieaba- o classic, is an avid reader, work was done at the Uniersity of today's society has a special mean- students I have worked with and
ma in 1947. In 1955 he receiveId to classeil interest in Bat- Florida where he earned a B. S. ing for those who. would emerge taught develop into successful per-
his degree from Troy Universioy an oasf curse, Mrs. Howard's in biology. He -did graduate work upon it. sons. I like'to see people realize
main Troy, Alabama. Mr. Fre his sons at greatest love is MATH. She has toward a masters degree in Cellu- The accomplishment of your hatlfe is both purposeful and en
ma interests are his jobat Port been a teacher at Port St. Joe lar Zoology atU of F, Duke andpast twelveears are to be o yable .
St. Joe High School, yard work, been a eagh Schl for 16 years. the University of Kansas. Mr. mended. You have indeed reached If a person is able to find a goal
gardening, and watching sports on High School r Brannon's thesis topic is Ultra- a estone in your life. The stami- and achieve it, if he is able to en-
television. Mr. Faison has been a Mr. Joseph Brannon structural Analysis of Nematocysts na and adapability that you have joy both the beauty and order of
teacher at Port St. Joe High Mr. Brannon beine schools in Bunodosoma cavernata. He in- displayed in the past are good in. the world around him, if he is able
School for 15 years.. brat, attended many fintee schools at Cocoa Beach High School dications that you will work to- enjoy learning for its own sake,
S i and taught Zoology at U of F. Mr. word a better future for all. Yourif he is able to understand and
Brannon has taught at Port St. Joe efforts, loyalty, and devotion will live with and for those around him.
High School for two years. His in- determine your success in our fu- He is a successful person.
terests include water sports, photo- ture society. If in any small way, my teach-
graphy, and playing the guitar. ing has helped him become this
When asked for a comment that I challenge you to be a good ci- type person, I have succeeded in
they would affer to the graduating tizen in whatever you plan to do my task as a teacher. To the mem-
Seniors, they said: in life. It has been my pleasure to bets of the Class of ",70", I wish
Mrs Biggs The best advice work with you during your high you all the best of luck. May God
I Mrs. Biggs "The best advice I school days. If I can ever be of bless you in whatever you choose
can offer to you, the 1970 graduat- service to you, do not hesitate to to do."

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slightly higher--
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SIZE Reg. Exch. Design Your Fed. Ex.
Price Discount Price Tax
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7.00oo-i3 22.75 5.70 17.05 1.96
7.35-14 2.04
7.354 5 24.50 6.15 18.35 2.0
7.75-14 1890 2.17
7.75-15 25.25 6.35 18.90 2.19
2.75-14 253
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All prices PLUS taxes
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$ 13
88 -, .6.50-13
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Plus $1.65 F.E.T. and your tire
Whitewalls slightly higher

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7.35-14 29.50 8.20 2L30 1.89
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7:75-1: 31.25 8.75 22.50 4
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8.25-1.5 34.25 9.50 24.75 2.23
8.55-14 37.50 10.50 27.00 2.45

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Price Discount Price Tax
6.50-13 $29.50 $ 7.37 $22.13 $1.78
735-15 32.50 8.12 24.38 2.8
7:75-1 34.50 8.62 25.88 2.19
8:25:15 37.75 9.43 28.32 :36
8:55-14 41.50 10.37 31.13 2.57
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Ing class who are facing thisU new
decade already plagued with many
social, political, economical, and
environmental problems is to fill
this world with needed love. Con-
trary tb what many would have us
believe today, loye of God, love for
nonintrv and lnve fnr nne another

Highway Patrol 'Predicts 14 Will 'Die
In Florida During Memorial Week End

are still the greatest strengths we HiTALLAHASSEE- The Florida
have. My best wishes for a success- Highway Patrol today predicted
ful and full life go with each of that 14 persons will die in traffic
So accidents during the Memorial Day
you. holiday period .
Mr. Watson 'To the Class of The 54-hour period begins at
1970 I wish the best gifts that life 6 p.m., Friday, May 29, and ends
offers and the fullfilmedt of each at midnight Sunday, May 31.
of your dreams. Sometimes, how- Colonel Reid Clifton, comment-
ever, garduation dreams and ing on the holiday prediction said,
thoughts have a way of getting "The first real holiday of the sum-
lost. Many of those wishes can be- mer will find a tremendous num-
come reality of labor and determin- ber of families on the highways
ation become a part of your life. To traveling to weekend vacation
remind you of this I would like to spots, the beaches and parks. Some
give you two short quotes: 'A wise won't return from their outings.
man will make more opportunities They wil die in a traffic accident."
than he finds.' "The surest way not Clifton said the prediction of 14
to fail is to determine to succeed." deaths for the weekend is based on

past experience and amounts to
one traffic death every 3.8 hours
in Florida.
The Patrol plans to have all avai
able troopers and auxiliary Of-
ficers on the highway to help curb
the accident death prediction ac-
cording to Clifton.



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970
USDA Inspected, whole

fresh, Grade "B"

Prices effective through
May 30, 1970

Robin Rood plain or Self Rising
R ** 5 Lb.
S Cool Rise Flour bag c
o S LIMIT 1 Robin Hood with $10.00 or more purchase
/ Yellow Rose

Cooking OIL i .99c
LIMIT... 1 Yellow Rose with $10.00 or more purchase
Van Camp

vA GATORADE 3. $10


Pork & Beans 4 $s 00

Discount Prices U i
On"All Health and Beauty Aids
antibacterial Compare at $1.19
epacol MOUTHWASH 14 oz. 88c
et Set super hard to hold Compare at 99c LC .
AIR SPRAY ------12 oz. 58c
ew Pink Mild S U vR

- qt. 39c




WHOLE HAMS--. lb. 55c
HAM STEAKS -- lb. 79c
Bob White
SLICED BACON .--_ lrb. 69c
Meaty Neckbone -r 3 lbs. 89c
CUBED STEAK --lb. $1.09
GROUND CHUCK l- b. 79c
RUMP ROAST lb. 89c
Lamb Specials
LEG-O-LAMB --- -- 69cM. 6c
We give the best stamp g "
You get the best gifts

ib. 49c

Yellow Cling


Slices or Halves
1 ,oz.

. Fresh Green
2 lbs. 25c
Fresh Crisp
2 pks. 25c

Fresh Slicing
/ Cucumbers
3 for 25c

$10.00 Order

Compare at 69c

Star-Kist 6/z Oz. Cans
LIGHT CHUNK TUNA---. cons $1.00
Stokely Golden 17 Oz. Cans
Whole Kernel CORN ---5 cans $1.00


Stokely Golden 17 Oz. Cans
CREAM CORN-- ----5 cans

Mix or Match
Regular size bottle
Mr. Clean
Regular size box
Spic and Span
Personal size 4 paks
Ivory Soap
Any 4 for


Limit One Free Complexion Bar
F K E per Family Good only at
Piggly Wiggly
1 'Complexion Size
(With this Coupon)
Other Bars
Each 13C
Offer expires June 2, 1970



Stokely Sliced or Crushed 20 Oz. Cans
PINEAPPLE ------3 cans $1.00

Pocket the cash
savings plus. .
S&H Green Stamps

100 S & H STAMPS
(Good-through May 30, 1970)
Cigarettes Not Includpd

Stokely -17 Os. Cans
MEDIUM LIMAS -------4 cans


Carnation PW
COFFEE -MATE--------- 16 oz. 99c
All Flavors Carnation 5 pak box
SLENDER----._ 4 pak 79c
White, yellow, pink, blue, green-2 roll pak
Soft-Weve Tissue 4pks. $1.00
Potato Snacks
Nabisco Chipsters _-- 39c
we give the
best stamps

Sea Pak frozen


Ore Ida Frozen 1 Ilb. bag
Shoestring Potatoes bag 39c
Green Giant frozen 10 oz. pkg. ,
Niblets Corn ---- pkg. 39c

Georgia Grade "A"


Gorton's English Style,
1Ib. box 69c



22 Ounce
Loaves 99C


- 89c

PATTIE OLEO MARGARINE ---- 8 ounce size pattie 10c




The Veri Best
Round, white

10 Lb.
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Congratulations To
Our Graduates


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970


The Tattler

Published by
BOYI.ES Clothing and Footwear
/ Phone 227-4261 ,

STORE NO. 1-For Ladies and Children
STORE NO. 2, 2nd Floor-For Men and Boys
R. GLENN and ERLMA M. BOYLES -- Owners
THOMAS E. CULPEPPER ------- Manager


-- Sales and Service --
SCarolyn Culpepper Mrs. Roy Taylor
Nona M. Williams Faye Bishop Diane Smith Frances Cross
Louise Schweikert Ouida Branch Wynell Harrison
I inTimothy Cooper, maintenance

NOTE: This is written from Harrisonburg, Va. (Rockingham County,
ithe Turkey Capital of Va. Millions of clicks, too Gobble,
gobble, Cackle, cackle! Just about in the middle of the fa-
mous and scenic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia!

We hardly know were to start since this insignificant column
has been silent for many months. Might mention the reason for
making print again could be inspired by a slight touch of old
fashioned homesickness?? Yes, some longing for P. S. J., the
white, sandy beaches, the salty, restless waters, now warm and
inviting the fine, lazy sort of fishing (not found here). We
could go on and on with other fond thoughts of this little city
sitting at the edge of beautiful St. Joseph's Bay. Maybe we fail
to really appreciate it until we get away?? So much for that!
Time to get down to business.
First, a salute and hello to the loyal, smiling, friendly per-
sonnel at BOYLES, "The Store With More". Reports from you
have been most encouraging and comforting. Just keep that "ole
Selling Ball" rolling Next,' a warm Hello to our good friends
of 30 years, and last, a big Welcome to the newer residents who
probably never heard of us or "The Tattler". We're living in a
travel trailer at present (both interesting and exciting; suggest
you try it sometime in your. life!) We're eating two meals a
day right at home. In this process we've done quite a bit of
looking around and shopping. We've learned quite a few things.
Shopping can be pleasant, or quite unpleasant .. it depends a
great deal on if, and when you can get waited on. Most important
- is the person who waits on you. Some are haughty and indiffer-
ent. Some wear a blank face .. are methodical and machine-
like. A regrettable few are pleasant, friendly, efficient and busi-
ness-like. They spread sunshine and make shopping worthwhile.
They are part of the salt of the good Earth! May you always find
the latter at BOYLES, your home-town, home-owned, home-operated
store. We try to see you as a guest, an important individual as
well as a customer, a probable friend not just another num-
ber. In some of the stores we've visited, Ive felt like just another
number something like zero, zero, zero. We felt it would,
be just as well the management and assistants "go fishing".
S'long -RGB
PP.S.-Why not give BOYLES a test today? See for yourself
the new arrivals (daily). See merchandise of quality priced to fit
your budget! See the kind of reception and service you recieve.
Please let the management know when not satisfactory. Thank
you. ,

Notice is hereby given that on the EIGHTH Day of June, 1970, 3:0(
P.M., at the front door of the City Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State 6:
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.

Robert Bryant L' 16
Cozy Bar Room
George Jackson 11
Rei Pittman 5
Jaries Shackleford ------------------ 15

Taxes, Adv
Block & Penalty
1001 8.92
Inventory 5.59
1008 6.28
1017 4.98
1017 5.40

- Say You Saw It In The Star -


Kathleen McDermott Graduates

In Training As Operators

Emily Johnson and Janice Coatney are learning a useful trade
as telephone operators under the Port St. Joe High School DCT

training program. Here they are
shown serving as long distance
operators for St. Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company.
Their Instructors on the job are
Mrs. Troy McMillan and Miss
Louise Daughtry.
-Star photo

Peter H. Fox Is

Academy Grad

U. S. Air Force Academy, Colo.
. Peter H. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert B. Fox,, 1303 Constitution,
D Port St. Joe, is one of more than
700 cadets in this year's U. S. Air
Force Academy graduating class.'
He will receive his bachelor of
science degree and commission as
an Air Force officer June 3.
Cadet Fox mojored in engineer-
ing management and was named to
the Superintendent's List for his
academic and military excellence.
He, also received special recog-
nition at the Academy by his ap-
pointment as an element leader
with the rank of first lieutenant.
The cadet has been selected to
attend the University of California
at Los Angeles for graduate study.
Cadet Fox is a 1965 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School. He at-
tended Marion (Ala.): Institute
prior to entering the Academy.

Beach Cubs Planning
Picnic Saturday

A Polaroid Color Pak II camera
will be. given away Saturday, May
30 by the Mexico Beach Cub Pack,
307. -
The camera will be given away
at a picnic and scavenger hunt at
1:00 p.m. at Camp Millergren on
Overstreet Road. After the picnic,
a bring your own basket affair, the
prize will be given away at 3:00
We would like to express our
sincere appreciation and thanks
to our many friends of Port St.
Joe and Panama City who were so
kind' and helpful during our time
of sorrow. Your prayers and your
acts of kindness and sympathy
shall always be remembered.
The family of
Midget Investments witth
'- Giant Returnl

I Leavenworth, Kansas.- Kath-
leen McDermott, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas, J. McDermott of
108 Westcott Circle graduated
May 17 from Saint Mary College in
Leavenworth, Kansas.
During her four years at Saint
Mary, Miss McDermott has served
as a floor representative, as chair-
man, of the publicity-public rela-
tions committee, as editor of the
school yearbook, and in 1969 was
named to "Who's Who Among Stu-
dents in American 'Colleges and

Florida State Begins
'Summer Registration

TALLAHASSEE Registration
for the summer quarter at Florida
State University begins on June
16, Classes are scheduled to begin
the following day, according to
Registrar William L. Wharton.
Dormitories open at noon on
Juhe 15, with orientation for new
Students, freshmen and transfers
beginning the same day at 2 p.m.
Classes will end on August 21
and final examinations will be com-
pleted by August 28.,

"Midget Investments With
Giant Return."

Miss McDermott majored
home economics.


Gifts for The Graduates SALE

Continues With Added Specials

First quality, no run. Latest
shades 'for summer. One size
fits all.
Reg. $1.29
Now Only .V



The season's most wanted look
by Campus. Styled with crew
. neck and half sleeves. Fashion-
ed of easy-care, almost indes-
tructable blend of Fortrel-poly.
ester and cotton. Perma-press.
Re". $3.99
Now Only ..... -4


Extra, Extra Special! Spe-
cial purchase, bikini ,or-
regular styles. 1, 2 or 3-
piece styles. Brand names
at discount prices for that .
special grad.
SValues to
$15.00. -- .44'

Our Entire Stock of

Ladies' Better Dresses
Choose from such names as Jon-
athan Logan, Georgia Griffin,
Jerrie Lurie .,Mynette, DeLang,
British Lady, Pat Perkins and
many more at a nice savings.
Regular price reduced by

10% off

Men's and Boys'

Feature air-cooled, sanitized cot-
ton army duck uppers, cushion
insole arch support, herring-
bone design molded rubber out-
sole. White or Navy. Men's siz-
es 6%-13; Boy's, 2%-6.
Reg. $4.99
Now Only __7--- K 4

Phone 227-4261

222 Reid Avenue

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


Natural gas air conditioners, now available in
"home-size" units, provide quieter, longer last-
ing, safer, more economical and trouble-free
climate control at moderate cost. And with
special year-round heating-cooling rates, you'll
find gas air conditioning cheapest as well as
best! Call for a free survey and estimate!

"Your Natural Gas Servant"

St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
114 Monument Ave. Phone 229-3831



V+* ..

District Assembly

'Has Good Crowd

The Tallahassee District Assem-
bly of the First Born Church was
'held here in Port St. Joe May 12
through 18 at the First Born Holi-
ness Church. Bishop R. B. Thomp-
son reported one of the best at-
tended and most successful district
meetings ever held in this area.
Those present raised $2,800 to
help finance District work. The
congregation also presented the
presiding bishop, R.- B. Thompson
and his wife with an appropriate
Mary Freeman was crowned as
queen of ,the Assembly for her ef-
forts in raising $145.00. The young
people of the church played -n ac-
tive part in the meeting.

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970

WAGE SIX ThUr STAR, Pert St. Je., Pta. 32456

Pests In Your Yard? Here's How to Kill Them

Miss Jo Beth Hammock, who
will be graduated from Bay High
School, June 5, in Panama City,
was honored with a luncheon on
Sunday, May 24, given by her
aunt, Mrs. B.' Roy Gibson, Jr.,
at her home on Constitution
Decorations d e p ic ted the

school colors 'of red and white
for Bay High and purple and
white for Pqrt St. Joe' High.
Sketches of the schools were pre-
sented to the girls as favors.
Enjoying the luncheon with
Miss Hammock were: Misses
Brenda Wall, Nancy Richards,
Laura Guilford, Donna Parker,

Janie Shealy, Kay Holland and
Judy Moore all of Port St. Joe;
Susan Kennedy and Marsha,
Hindsman' of Panama City; herI
mother, Mrs. Jack Hammock,
her grandmothers, Mrs. H. H.
Shirley of Port St. Joe and Mrs.
H. T. Hinote of DeFuniak

Dance Recital Plays To A

Full House Friday Night

The second annual recital of the dance numbers. Gypsy Dolls andf Cheerleaders were Brenda Beau-
Wanda Basham Sch6ol of Dance Space Cadets were Mary Margaret champ, Linda Beauchamp, Jackie
earned over $450.00 for the Gulf Bray, Donna .Jo Davis, Teress Brogdon, Sharon Burch, Mari Jem
County Chapter of the American Fortner, Nancy Knox, Vicki Lind, Harrison, Lori Heacock, Sherri Raf-
Cancer Society Friday- night, top- Margaret Mclnnis, Marian Mur field, Tiffany Swatts and Stacey
ping last year's receipts by $100.00. dock, Carolyn Petyt, Tammy Raf- Tharpe.
Playing to a packed house, '"The field, Christie Taylor and Teres3 Fran Allen, Terri Gay, Miriam
Enchanted Toy- Shop" featured Williams. Harrison, Eva Maddox, Lisa Mel-
over 50 school-age students in 19 Dancing to China Dolls and ton, Renee Phillips, Janis Schwei-

Best Si es adies

Lisa Melton, left, and' Vicki Land, right are champion ticket
sellers. The two were given trophies Friday night at the dance re-
cital for selling the most tickets. -Star photo


We will be closed all day every
Wednesday until further notice.
We are taking this step because we
feel that a mid-week rest break for
our employees will enable us to
"'. serve you beffer.

St. Joe Furniture

and Appliance Company


kert, Melody Smith, Dianna Wil-
liams and Shaun Wuthrich danced
the Can-Can and All-American
Jack-ih-the-Box and Wooden Pup-
pets. were Beverly Beard, Leslie

Fleas a r e like fair-weather
friends they congregate when
conditions are ideal. I
So, if some of your secand-rate
friends look a bit flea-bitten-lookI
for fleas. .
Or, if large numbers of fleas are
causing Fido to get behind with
his scratching, the answer is sim-
ple -- get another dog.
Adding a dog may be the answer
for those who oppose the use 6f
chemicals around their home. But
remember, fleas multiply faster
than dogs.
Getting rid of the dogs isn't the
answer. Most folks who get rid of
their pets complain the fleas be-
come numerous in the yard and
even invade the house.
With the pets gone, the fleas
find themselves ;with no domestic
animals on which to feed. There-
fore, they begin to aggravate the
Due to the long dry spell in
April, ticks are also showing up
in thle lawns-of some homes.
The same treatment will kill
both fleas and ticks. It's a triple ap-
proach of treating pets, inside the
house and lawn area.
A 5 percent malathion dust is
effective flea killer on pets. For an
indoor flea tick control, apply a
ready-prepared household spray
containing malathion or diazinon.
A sprayer, a paint' brush, or a
pump-type oil can is excellent for
applying inecticides to cracks in
the floors, around baseboards, and
in other dark, protected places.
Be sure to spray mats and furni-

dMaiddox Will Drill
At Indy"500"

Cadet David C. Maddox, as a
member of 'Marion Institute's
famed White Knights, is attending
the Indianapolis 500. The White
Knights will be featured in the
Speedway parade and then per-
form a 20 minute precision drill
show at the starting line immed-
iately proceeding the race.
Organized ipui1950, during their
twenty years of parades and spe-
cial shows, the White Knights have
become' recognized, as one of the
n-i ion's finest precision drill teams.
The white shoulder cord, worn

Costin, Amy. Culpepper, Joanne by all members, is one of the most
Freeman, Louise McInnis, Cindy 'coveted honorsthat a M. I. cadet
Murdock, Leanne Parrott, Candi canwin.
Prevatt, Laurie Smith and Kimn Cadet Maddox received a service
Thursday. award "as an active member Who
Katrina Daniels, Terr Gilley and has-deyoted tine and talent above
SI nd beyond the normal, military
Stacey Tharpe were Baby Dolls. and academic requirements of the'
Marion Costin, Fiane Freeman, MaTion Institute.
Valerie Hanson, Linda Herring, Jo- ------ --- .
lyn Parrott and Sandra Varnum ts
danced to Oriental Dolls and Kindergarten Sets
Swingy Dolls. 'o
Commencement June 1
Raggedy Anns were Teresa Fort-
ner. Miriam Harrison, Nancy Knox, Happyland Kindergarten under
Vicki Land, Eva Maddox, Lisa Mel- the direction -of Mrs. Charles
ton, Dee Mercer, Janis Schweikert, Brown and Mrs. Maxine Smith, will
Melody Smith and Shaun Wuthrich., have Commencement exercises at
Sthe First United Methodist Church
The Flapper Doll was danced by June 1 at 8:00 p ,m.
Wanda .Basham and (Shaun Wuth-
rich did a solo as the Music Box The theme is "For God and Coun-
Ballerina. t
Those receiving)certificates will
Toe students who danced as be: Jake' Tankersley, Randy Raf-
Dancerinas were Miriam Harrison, field, Kim Rich, Tommy Roberts,
Eva Maddox, Lisa Melton, Melody Anne Quarles, Barbara Grace, Kip
Smith and Shaun Wuthrich. They Altstaetter, Patrick' May, Mari
received certificates for earning Jem Harrison, Jay Taylor, Billy
toe shoes during the year; Merchant, Tro y Taylor, Keith
At the close of the show, acro- Pridgeon, Randy, Butler, Charles
batic medals were given to Mir- Thursbay, Willard Paul' Gilbert,
iam Harrison, Vicki Land, Eva Mad- Inga Smith, Brent Scott, Jim dos-
ddx, Lisa Melton, Dee Mercer, Ja- tin and Frankie Williams.

nis Schweikert, Melody Smith apd
Shaun Wuthrich.
Vicki Land was presented the
trophy for high ticket sales with
Lisa Melton placing second': Hon-
orable mention went to Brenda and
Linda Beauchamp, Carolyn Petty

Sorority Closes

Out Old Year,

and Melody Smith. Xi. Epsilon Kappa Chapter of
Mrs. Basham was presented a Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday night,
bouquet of roses and a gift of lug- May 19, for their final meeting of
gage by her students. Edna Rowell the 1969-70 year, at 8:00 p.m. at,
of the American Cancer Society the Florida Power Lounge.
accepted the check for proceeds Mrs. Bill Brown, who was in
and presented Mrs. Basham with charge 'of the cultural program, in-
an American Cancer Society Cru- produced her guest speaker, Mrs.
sade Award plaque. Joe Prevost. Mrs. Prevost, a young,
Registration for the summer enthusiastic Canadian who recent-,
schedule of classes will be held ly moved to Panama City from
on Monday, June 1 from 3:00 until Canada, gave a very interesting
5:30 pnm., at the studio on Reid talk on Canada along with dis-
Avenue. Classes in ballet tp, toe, p laying maps, pictures Canadian
modern jazz and acrobatics wil coins and currency and a carving
be open to students age four and made from soapstone.
up at that time.: Mrs.. Gerald Sullivan presided
r over the business meeting. Thru-
.. oPut the summer, monthly socials
PINES will be held with the June social
being a square dance party on
Stand Tall June 13. Regular semi-monthly
Meetings will resume the first of
In Florida's September.
L f* i "]F UtureI The meeting was adjourned with
the closing ritual.

ture on which pets sleep.
For an outdoor attack on pests,
use a jar spray attachment on the
garden hose. Spray mixture con-
taining malathion, or diazinon will
kill both fleas and ticks. .
As fleas like dry, sandy areas
for breeding, be sure to spray un-
der the house, under the tool shed
and in the sand bed where you
park the jalopy.
Even if you don't have ants in
your pantry, you'may have them
elsewhere including your plants.
Often these pests are on orna-
mentals guarding "slave" insects
that are making honey dew for
their captors.
Ants harbor eggs of scale in-
sects, mealybugs, whiteflies ,aphids
and leafhoppers in their nest dur-
ing the winter to be sure of a
spring and summer supply of
sweet excreta.
Ants also invade lawns. Beside
their painful sting, ants make un-
sightly hills that clutter up an
otherwise perfect lawn.,,
For outdoor control, James Brog-
don, Extension entomologist, sug-
gests chlordane in water-base
sprays. For attacking an ant nest,:


try two tablespoons of 50 per- of 8 tablespoonful otf 50 percent
cent chlordane per gallon of water. wettable chlordane po'Oder in one
Pour the mixture into the next gallon of water. Caution: Do not
opening. Then soak the area with apply this poison to foliage ort
water to wash the insecticide down fruit that will be eaten.
to the bottom hiding place of the For an indoor application, use
queen ant. 3 per cent commercially prepared
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G. .s Enjo10

The Night WMS ,of the Lopg Avenue Baptist
Church entertained the ,Junior Girl's Auxiliary
with a cook-out last Thursday afternoon.
Attending were, back row, left to right: Beth
Ely, Jolynn "Parrott, Pam Collier, Gail Kirkland,

Summer Reading Program Is Set

To Start June 15 Through July 24

The Summer Reading Program As in past years, special atten- parents who plan to transport their dents, who are having school prcb-
at the Port St. Joe High School'tion will be given to the students children. lems which might be helped by im-
will begin June 15 and continue coming from Port St. Joe Elemen-1 Thepe is n6- charge for either proved reading should avail them-
through July 24. taiy, Washington Elementary and instruction or materials. All stu 'selves of this opportunity.
Highland View Elementary, who
are entering high school for the
Mexico Beach Church first time this fall as seventh
SSua mmer SH graders. However, any student
Th esexio eh High n ext fall may ttenro.ing St. Joe Y ES WE'RE STILL OLD FASHIONED!
Church, Charles Parker, Pastor, has Instruction will be given on an Here at SMITH'S PHARMACY, we still feel that
established Summer service sche. individual basis, so if a student customer is our personal friend, and we'll do
dules. Sunday School will be held cnnot attend for the entire si every customer is our personal iend, and we'll.do
Sunday morning at 9:00 CDT, with week:, he will still receive bene- our best to satisfy his personal or medicinal require-
worship services following at 10:00 fit for the days he does attend. ments.
CDT. A diagnosis of the students' needs We're Old Fashioned too, in that we are one
The church invites everyone to will be made ,early in the program of the few remaining FULL SERVICE drug stores---
attend any or all of its services, and he will be given remedial Soda Fountain, Tobacco Department, Cameras and
work in the areas of his greatest
VISITING PARENTS weakness. Film, Cosmetics, Greeting Cards, Stationery-and of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Grabowski are Students may register prior tu course, our complete Prescription Department. We
visiting with Mrs. Grabowski's par- June 15 in person, by phone at carry not only thenewest drugs and sundries, but
o ents, Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Lewis, the l"'gh school, or in the evenings the 'slow-pokes' as well." Need ainy Pumice Stone?
S. If for a week. bvy calling Mrs. Clyde A. Fite at Shoe Strings? Camphor Gum? Father John? or
C o_ _I --- 229-3956. Students may also rgis- Swamp Root? we've got 'em 1. TRY SMITH'S
ter at the Reading Lab behind the SwampRoot? we've got m 1. TRY SM S
OVERSTREET METHODISTS cafeteria in trailer number one FIRST! ,
Mrs. H. F.'Barbee, GA leader, Susan Dupree and HAVING "SING" SUNDAY rn ue 15. .
Debora Huckeba. Front row, left to right Marynson, The Overstreet Methodist Church Classes will run from 8:30 until WE USE }HEALTH SAVE A TAX SYSTEM ,
Dell Adson, Tammy Raffield, Valeriaso Hanson, is having its regular fifth Sunday 3.30, but each student will attend Bokkeepingsystem. Receipt given ith ach prescription
Debbie Fowler and Karen Hanson. l n a. u .. n.. .t hd... Bookkeeping system. Receipt given with each prescription


Fish Jumping In the Boat

Better catches of bass are be- Water conditions are good in .traction in the Chipola.
ing reported this week in North- all rivers and streams. Particularly[ Shellcrackers are out ahead of
west Florida by the Game and good catches are being made in bluegill in Deer Point Lake, and
Fresh Water Fish Commission. River Styx, Kennedy Creek, Owl are in "first place" in Lake Wimi-
Yet, the bluegill and shellcracker Creek, Apalachicola and Choctaw- co, St. Marks Refuge and the Low-
bonanza is out-drawing all other hatchee Rivers, Holmes Creek, er Apalachicola.
kinds of fresh water, angling at Frankin County streams and the Very large bluegill are being
present. vertaken in Ocheesee Pond, night
Titne of day, meaning early in Bear Lake panfishing is slow, fishing is best in the Washington-
the morning and in late evening, and is also very slow in Lake Stone Bay County sandhill lakes and troll-
although offering some advantage, but elsewhere bluegill and shell- ingwith The Thing is good in Jun.
isn't too important right now. Nei- crackers are rated "fair" to iper Lake.
their is "where to go" a'problem. "very good". Lake Seminole and
Lots of bream are being ,taken Chipola River are particular hot Other good spots for ish
everywhere. spots, with river bream the big at- this week are Lower Blackwater,

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Catalpa worms are particularly
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ter in lakes. |
Bass fishing continuously has
been up and down for weeks, good
one day'and not so good the next.
Indications now are that success
may be better for several weeks
ahead before the mid-summer heat
begins to bear down.
For one thing, bass are- in the
grass beds and hitting better on
top water baits. Lake Seminole is
producing really good catches, and
Snagless Sally baits with frog pork
chunks are doing well in Deer
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- sing next Sunday night, May only one or wo ours, epen ing
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is cordially invited to attend. can be done at the convenience of

Extension Line
i by
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I61y or Florida and Gull County Board of County Com-
mie6,;oners coopert-ing )

In order to help more Gulf
County boys to learn useful
knowledge and skills related to
agriculture, forestry. etc., and
thereby be better equipped to
lead a more satisfying and en-
joyable life, more 4-H clubs are
needed in Gulf County.
In 4-H work, boys learn leader-
ship and citizenship which equips
them for their adult life as fu-
ture citizens.
In order to organize and oper-
ate these clubs, more volunteer
adult men leaders are needed.
I am asking that anyone who
has the desrie to aid in the de-
velopment of our local youths,
contact me arid offer your ser-
vices in this work.
It is not necessary that a per-
son devote a large amount of
time nor be an accomplished far-
mer, gardener', etc., in order to
really be a great help to a group

Hospital Auxiliary
Gives Schedule

The Hospital Auxiliary 'Thrift
Shop on Reid Avenue will be open
Friday, May 29 and Saturday, May
30 from' 3:00 to 5:00 ,pm. Many
good items will be on sale at 5c
* and 10c per item.
The following ladies will be
working Friday afternoons from
3:00 ot 5:00 ir, the Thrift Shop.
June 5: Mrs. Leo Shealy and
Mrs. James Costin.
June 12: Mrs. S. R. Brown and
Mrs. J. L. Sims. r
June 419: Mrs. Dave May and
Mrs. Frank, Hannon.
June 26: Mrs. Charles Stevens
and Mrs. Bill Brown. /
July 3: Mrs. Barbara Watts and
Mrs. Tom Parker.
July 10: Mrs. John Hanson and
Mrs. Al Smith.
July 17: Mrs. Bill Hammock and
Mrs. Robert Freeman.
i July 24: Mrs. Otis Pyle and Mrs.
Paul Blount. \
July 31: Mrs. Williston Chason
and Mrs. Wayne Taylor. I
August 7: Mrs. W. L. Altstaetter
and Mrs. Ashley Costin.
August 14: Mrs. James Harrison
and Mrs. Tom Ford. >
August 21: Mrs. Frank Barnes
and Miss Gertrude Boyer.
August 28: Mrs. W. D. Sykes
and Mrs. G, H. Kessel.
The pick-up and marking com-
mittee for June is Mrs. Lamar Har-
dy and Mrs. T. F. Preston.
Each person should take notice
of when they are to work. Mrs.
James Costin, telephone chairman
for the quarter, will call each per-
son to remind her of the date she
is to work. In case a person cannot
work on the -date scheduled, it is
her responsibility to get someone
to take her place.

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F~~~.st~F?~.1Pa'~o~CF?~~ '

PAGE EIGHT THE STAR Port St. Jee, Fla. 32456

e TThe House bill would distribute 50
per cent of the additional one cant
Proposed Gas Tax Not Much Relief =mary1 :gdotiwayle ,elevng
Pti tax to DOT for purchase of 'nri-
Smary i.ght of way, relieving coun-
Estimated receipts of Florida ci- tion of $33 million total receipts of way purchases, construction, en- ties of the burden of acquiring
ties and counties if Senate Bill 114 from the eight cent tax. gineering, safety and other trans- right ol ybe Tdste r em tg 50 tpes
creating an' eighth cent gas tax be- Under the proposed Senate bill, portation programs.
comes law were distributed by De- the additional one cent tax will be Cooperation between cities andI Under the formula of the new.
apartment of Transportation execu- divided on the basis of population counties on joint projects would bill, based on projected 1970 cenj
ties to Florida legislators last between cities and .counties. A be permitted and municipalities or sus, Gulf County cities would re-
week.- county with 100,000 residents, 75,- counties lacking road-building cap- ceive $27,434 from the tax to be
Estimates were based on 1960 000 of whom reside in cities, would' abilities could designate projects divided on population between the
census figures, projected 1970 cen- receive 25 per cent allocated funds, to be undertaken by the DOT with two incorporated cities in the coun-
sus figures, past gas tax collec- with cities receiving the remain-, funds from the additional gas tax. ty. The county would receive a1
tions in the counties and projec- jig 75 per cent. The eighth cent gas tax bill :n additional $18,766. This is based
Under the bill, use of the funds the House of Representatives d,.es on a projection of 59.38% urban
I g would be restricted only to trans- not follow the same formula as population in the county in 1970
Piano0 StUd nts portation projects, permitting right Senate Bill 114, according to DOT. and 40.62% rural population.
Present Recital

Students Take Ride On Duck

Students from Highland View Elementary
School board an Army "Duck" for a ride in St.
Joseph Bay last Friday. The children were given

High School Students Recognized

For Accomplishments During Year:

The piano students of Mrs.
Ralph Swatts, Sr., were presented
in a "Musical Tea" held Saturday
afternoon, May 24, in the Fellow-
ship Hall of the First United Meth-'
odist Church. The students present-
ed a various program of music: re-
ligious, classic, semi-classic, folk,
'western, oriental, 'etc.
Participating in this musical
were Linda and Brenda Rushing,
Donna and Wanda Pitzl, Hughey
Williams, Sandra and Richard Var-
rum, Rhonda Heath, Jerrie Lewis,
Debbie Stutzman, Gail Kirkland,
Teresa Nichols, Cindy Atkins, Car-'
olyn and Lillian McGill, Becky Ga-
ble, Karen Gosnell, Kathryn Ran,d,
Linda Cary, ia .Gunter, Miriam
Harrison,' Sandra Jo Tootle and
Angela Dearinger. Debbie Parker,
who was. unable to play because
of a broken finger, sang two num-
bers, "H'e" and "How Great Thou

Port St. Joe High School students' As winner of the Florida Power Gulf Coast Junior College next fall. Decorations for this occasion fol-
were recognized for their academic Corporation Leadership Essay Con- Recipients of these scholarships lowed a musical motif, including
achievements and their contribu- test, Rick Brannon was presented were Shirley Cantley and Bobby' several flower arrangements and
tions to extra-curricular activities a $25 Savings B)iid by Mr. Wes Laid. musical emblems. Mrs. R. H. Brin-
and community projects in a spe- Thompson. Mr. Thompp-on also pre- After, a brief tribute to Babe son and Mrs. James Harrison serv-
cial assembly program Wednesday, sented a certificate of appreciation Ruth and an explanation of the a- ed refreshments to the young peo-
May 13. to Barabara Branci of the Keyetcs ward by Chuck Roberts, the Babe ple and their parents and friends.
Following the devotion and the for service in behAlf of the March Ruth Sportsmanship Awards were
pledge to the flag led by Chuck of Dimes presented to Brenda Wall and members of, the Senior Class to be
Roberts, Eddie Holland president Mr Harry Murphy Vice Pre.i- Glenn Harper by Coach Bill Wood. recognized and honored for their
of the student body, introduced dent of Gulf Coast .rnior Colle-ot These students were selected by contributions to the school through-
community leaders and faculty was present to announce the win- senior high students from nomina- out their high school careers. Mr.
members who presented the a rs o scholars awarded tons submitted by the faculty. Walter Wilder, principal, announc-
,members who presented the a- ners of scholar-hips awarded to
wards. two students panig to attend Members of the Senior Class of ed these seniors to. be. entered in
wars two students p to atten1970 were introduced in rhyme by the Hall of Fame for this year:
Mrs. Temple Watson, and the stu- Dennis' Atchison, Barbara Branch,
S S mmer dents sang their Class Song. Adrain Gant, Laura Guilford, Glenn
ST ke Summer Each year th faculty selects (Continued On Page 10)
U -- U- U. I, __________________________ILK_

. Jobs Need Social Security Numbers
"A great number of young peo- under social security with as lit-
ple will be working and paying so- tle as 1!i years of 'work if he be-
cial security contribution for the comes disabled before age 24.
first time this summer," James C. If you have lost your card or
Robinson, Manager of the Panama never had a card, be sure to get in
City Social Security Office,.said to- touch with the social security of-
day. / fice now. You will then be prepar-
ed when the time comes for you
"Student employment in summer to apply for summer ork.
jobs will begin on the beaches and t p .
eleswhere in the area within the "All employees must have a so-
next few weeks," Robinson stated. cial security number in order for
e xt few weekR, bObnldSOnoST
"To be sure you get social security employers to reprt,,the wages
credit for the work you do, show that have een pa
youremnployer your social security said. "Most employers will not al-
Syou s low you to start work until you do
have your social security number."
The importance of proper report-1 The social security office for this
ing is even greater now for young area is located at 1135 Harrison
people because of recent changes Ave., Panama City 32401. The
in the disability law for people phone number is 763-5331. The of-
under 31 years of age. Robinson fice is open Monday through Fri-
pointed out that a young worker day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., ex-
'may now have disability protection cept on national holidays.

S .



No Generation Gap

There's no generation gap here! Miss Batter.
whip of 1970, Janet Stout of Tallahassee, has help-
ed these Sunbeam salesmen'bridge the genera-
tion gap at their recent Sunbeam Spring sales
meeting. Flowers Baking Company of Thomas-
ville, Georgia, a Division of Flowers Industries,

Inc., has held this annual meeting for 11 years.
Miss Batterwhip is an inspiration for Wayne
Cross, Port St. Joe salesman, Miss Batterwhip,,
Salesmanager A. M. McCrory and District Manager
Nate Arnold.

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the thrill by members of the Army Reserve who
were conducting maneuvers in the area during
the past two weeks. --Star photo



THURSDAY,'MAY 28, 1970



THE STAR, port st. jpg, Eta. 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970 PAGE NINE


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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970




PAGE T I THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 325 THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970


(Continued from Page 8) Hendrix, Eddie Holland, Kay Hol-
Harper, Bobby Laird, James McGee, land, Midge Howell, Norris Langs-
Kathie Sutton, Brenda Wall and ton, Judy Moore, Marsha Player,
Pam Wilson. [Chuck Roberts, Kathie Sutton,
Port St. Joe High School was in- Brenda Wall, Pam Wilson and
vited to select students from the'Mike Wimberly.
Junior- and Senior classes, namesI This year, for the first time, stu-
of whom will appear in Merit's pub- dents at Port St. Joe High School
location, "Wh6's Who in American' were chosen for Who's Who in
High Schools. Those recognized for High School Honor Socieies. The
this honor were: Dennis Atchison, I students from grades 11 and 12
La Nell Chason, Carol Clark, Ad- who were selected on the basis of
rian Gant, Laura Guilford, Holly their excellence in scholarship, and

Notice is hereby given that on the 8th (eighth) day of June 1970
at 11:00 A.M., Gulf County Court House, Port St. Joe, State of Flor-
ida, tax certificates will be sold on the following described land to
pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, toge-
ther with all costs of such sale and all advertising.
Description S T R A Owner Taxes
Beg. at SW cor. of SWU%
of SW% of see. 14/4/10,
th. run N. 48% yds. for
POB, th. run E. 99 yds., N.
48% yds. for POB, th. run
99 yds., th. S. 48% yds., to
POB, ORB 27/856 __ 14 4 10 1.1 J. R. Bowers -------. 53.47
75 ft. x 100 ft. on SR. 71.;
per deed rec'd ORB 14/570
lea sto Raymond Parrish 30 6 9 Joe Whitfield ------16.39
Lot 50 ft. N & S by 98 ft.
E & W,; Ree.' Bk.
2/510 26 4 10 .22 Emmerson Addison 4.84
Begin at SW. cor. of SWI
of NEA, 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. 105 ft. to
P.O.B., Said lot lying and
being in section 25, Twp
4 South, Range 10 Gulf Shore
West ._. 25 4 10 Dredging Co. ------ 74.41
50 ft. x 100 ft. ORB Mid-State
17/904 ------------ 23 4 10 Homes, Inc. ------- 4.24
Per deed rec'd ODB 38/
142; LI.B. Subm. -- 15/22 9 11 39.22 Joel C. Taylor ---116.17
Blocks 3, Lots 8 & 9 J. A. & Jewell Hatcher 75.16
Block 2, Lot 14 Jack T. McKinney --------.... 15.19
Block 5, Lot 4 ...--- Velia Betterton ------- 42.64
Block 3, Easterly 88 ft. of lot 8 -_ Walter W. Ward ---------29.65,
Block 2, Lot 9 J. C. Kinney ------------13.75
Block 6, Lots 7 & 8 Fred N. Clayton ---------20.97
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
Block 3, Lot 39 T. R. Muldowney ---------12.32
Block 4, Lot 7 & Closed Alley -- Franklin Whitfield ------ 6.53
Block A, Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 30,
31, 32, 33, 34 .. Sam Wilson Burgess ------30.25
Block B, Lot 14 Home Security Corp. ------.. 49.77
Marie Williams and
Block B, Lot 19 Roosevelt Larry --------- 4.82
Block E, Lot 21 Charles MacArthur Scott -_ 3.64
Block 1, Lot 1 ....-0. C. Williams ---------19.53
Block 4, Lot 11 Emerison Addison ----....... 6.53
Block D, Lot 2 __ Robert Joseph ----------49,34
Block 14, Lot 6 Thurman C. Smith ----.. 90.55
Block 12, Lot 12 Bloise Wade Nobles ------ 9.59
Block 15, lets 13 & 14 ---------Richard Sweitzer -------.... 118.52
Block 17, Lot 1 C. E. Porter 2.94
Block 39, Lot 13 Clifford & Dianne Sanders 12.33
Block D, S% of lot 5 George M. Hunter, Jr. _, 14.00
Block D, Lot 7 Albert Whittington -. 2.39
Block E, Lots 2 & 3 Elzie Williams 2.39
United States
Block F, Lot 14 Finance Company, Inc. 66.12
Block F, S.. 5 ft. of lot 12 and
lot 10 John L. McClendon -------2.72
Block 23, Lot 3, less E. 25 ft. & W. M. P. and
10 ft. & S. 1 ft. of lot 1 --- Elizabeth Tomlinson 116.93
Block 24, Lot 21 M. P. Tomlinson ---80.21
Block 1009, Lot 13 & W. 23 ft.
of lot 15 -.... Elijah Williams ..- .---- 105.39
Block 1014, Lots 8 & 10 ........ -- H. L. Harris -.- 42.64
Block 1015, Lot 23 Willie Lee Borders .....-- 29.65
Block 1017, Lot 5 Rei Pittman ------15.19
Block 1017, Lot 15 Jaries Shackleford ----- 15.19
Allof Unit No. 1, less lots o
17 & 18 Joel C. Taylor 89.67
Tax Collector of Gulf County



Don Levens
For A Good Deal On
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Phone 785-4372

outstanding leadership and service
in the school and community were
Shirley Cantley, Laura Guilford,
Pam Wilson and Holly Hendrix.
Eddie Holland was recognized as
this year's Star Student. This a-
ward, sponsored by the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce, is
given to a student in the Tunior
Class who is outstanding in scholar-
ship, intelligence, and stability.
The student responds to a number
of questions concerning current, af-
fairs and personal aims. He selects
the Star reccher, the one who he
feels has influenced him most..

ple Wave Staff, Sue Kennedy, Billy
Rich and Harold Bramton: Student
Council; Eddie Holland: Art; Gregg
Burch, Delores Dickey, Mike Ash,
Debbie Williamsin, Lucia Arnold,
Joy Parker, Jimmy Ash, Henry
Boone, Debbie Sykes, Randy Smith,
Phil "McLeod, Steve Bass, Wayne-
Martin, Richard Combs and De-
wana Guillot; Industrial Arts, Tom-
my Odum; Senior workers, Kay
Holland, Phil McLeod, Henry Boone
Brenda Wall, Mike Lowry, Roger
Ferry, Rick Brannon, Mike Powell
and Lamar Speights; Junior work-
ers, Eddie Holland, Donnie Maddox
Chuck Roberts. Cindy Butts, Fake

Pam WUison received the Good Clayton, Brenda Weeks, Freda
Citizenship Award sponsored by Yates, Ab St. John, Holly Hendrix,
the Daughters of the American Re- Sheila Humphry, Joy Parker, Mar-
volution. Nominations were mad: sha Player, Bill Herring, Benny
by the Senior Class with final se- Sherrill, Mike Wimberly Delores
election by the faculty. Dickey, Druscilla Henderson, Lin-
Recipients of other awards pre- da Lowrey, Carol Parker, Donnie'
ser.:cd for outstanding contributions Sheffield, Brenda Redmon and
to a club or extra-curricular organ- Brenda Adams.
ization, or achievements in an aca- Following the presentation of
demic subject were as follows: Di- awards, the members of the Jun-
versified Cooperative Training; ior Class sang their Junior Class
Emily Johnson, Barbara Branch song.-
and Mike Burkett: Key-Club; Den- Mr. Allen Scott, assistant prin-
nis Atchison, Henry Boone and cipal, announced that 60 students
Jimmy Lancaster: Keyettes; Bar- had perfect attendance thus far
bara Branch and Carol Grace: for the year.
Sharkettes; Joy Parker, President; To conclude the program, Mr.
Brenda Weeks, secretary! Debra Wilder reviewed honors which
Hattaway, Treasurer; Mary Cox, have been received and accomplish-
Delores Dickey, Judy Schweikert, ments made previously during the
Vicki Bass, Marion Britt, Pam school year by individuals and
Burch, Terry Chason, Debbie groups of students.
Hamm, Diane Varnes and Phyliss Pam Wilson was one of nineteen
Thomason; Library assistant, Deb- recipients of a Wesleyan Scholar-
bie Sykes: Betty Crocker Award; ship Award given by Wesleyan Col-
Pam Wilson: Science Fair Winners; lege, Macon Georgia. Pam received
Gary Hutchins, 4th place winner a letter of Commendation honoring
in the State Science Fair, Becky El- her for her high performance on
liott, 3rd place winner in the Re- the 1969 National Merit Scholar-
gional Science Fair: Drama; Nancy ship Qualifying Test. She was al-
Richards: Physical Fitness; Debra so cited as one of the outstanding
Addison, Gail Addison, Carol Bar- high school students of English in
ton, Delores Bearden, Kitty Core, the country. She was named a 1969
Peggy Dykes, Ruth Fleming, Car- national winner in the annual Ac-
melita Gant, Alfreda Givens, Jan hievement Awards competition of
Hammock, Jennifer Hildbold, De- the National Council of Techers of
bra Nixon, Julie Collinsworth, Jo English.
HIIdbold, Donna Richards, La Don- Kay Holland was awarded a cer-
na Worley, Susie Garrett, Pam tificate of acceptance for the poe-
Parker, Pat Demmings, Eva Mad- try manuscript which she submit-
dox, Pam Reeves, Joan Schoelles, ted to the National High School
Tavia Copenhaver, Dee Mercer and Poetry Press, and her poetry was
Cuyler King, Cathy Blackburn, De- selected for publication in the an-
bra Maness, Darlene Walton, Ly- nual Anthology of High School
vonne Williams, Constance Perers, Poetry.
Debra Shackleford, Cora McNair, Adrian Gant received a grant-in-
Vicki Thompson and Drucilla Hen- aid contract with Livingston Un-
derson: Badminton Tournament diversity and has a 4 year all-expen-
Awards: 1st, Delores Dickey, Shar- se paid -scholarship to the school
on Wilson; 2nd, Freda Yates, Cindy to play football.
Butts; 3rd, Jan Peterson, Holly James McGee received a grant-
Hendrix: Cheerleader; Laura Guil- in-aid contract to play basketball
ford, Brenda Wall; Yearbook -Edi- at Gulf- Coast Junior College.
tor, Laura Guilford; Yearbook Busi- Pam Wilson, Adrain Gant and
ness Manager, Kathie Sutton: Pur- Laura Guilford were selected as

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the highest comfortable temperature,(usually about 781).
FAN SETTING: Operate the fan on "Auto" or "On" for your
individual comfort. "Auto" gives best summer humidity con-
trol and economical operation. "On" gives more uniform air
motion, sound level, and room to room temperature.
AWAY FROM HOME: Operate your air conditioning unit at
5 to 10 above normal setting with fan on "Auto" for mil-
dew protection and quick comfort when you return.
AIR CONDITIONING FILTERS: Replace filters frequently--
clogged filters' make unit work harder and cause higher
operating costs.
OUTDOOR SECTION: Keep clear of plants and other obstruc-
tions- anything that interferes with air flow makes unit
work harder.

Outstanding Teenagers. Selections basketball games. dent Council meeting. Rodney-
are sponsored by the Outstanding During the next school year, the Nobles has been elected Lt. Gover-
Americans Foundation, dedicated Port St. Joe Honor Society will nor of the Key Club, Division IL
to honoring, inspiring and encour- host the District meeting in the After announcements were made,
aging young people to take full fall, and the Student Council will the assembly was adjourned by-
advantage of the opportunities in serve as host for the District Stu- Eddie Holland.
Members of the Port St. Joe
Chapter of the National Honor So- ,
city were winners of the District You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
"Brain Brawl" and Shirley Cantley, A* T H
Pam Wilson, Laura Guilford and LONG AVENUE T CHURCH
Rick Brannon entered the Brain
Brawl competition at the State Con- Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
vention in St. Petersburg. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
The Sharks football team com-
pleted its first undefeated season MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
and was ranked 4th in the state in BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ... ... 5:45 P.M.
Class B classification during the EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
regular season. The Sharks were PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -- 7:30 P.M.
winners of the Gulf Coast Confer-
ence Championship and were Dis- VIITORS ALWAYS WELC M E
trict 1, Class B Champions. vISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
In Basketball the Sharks were -
winners of the District II, Class B REV. J& C. ODUM, Pastor
The baseball team won the sub-
district trounament and were run-
ners-up in the district.
The cheerleader were the Grand
Champions (synonymous with 1st FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
place) at the "University of Cheer-
leading" Workshop at the Univer- Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. .C. Byron Smtli, Pastor
sity of Tampa, sponsored and di-
rected by the International Cheer- TRAINING UNION -. 6:30 P.M.
leading Foundation, Kansas City. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
The Port St Joe High School ON IG H I 94A.M.
Band received a Superior rating at MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE -- 11:00 A.M.
the District Marching Contest. This EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE 7:30 P.M.
is the highest rating which can PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .-. 7:30 P.M.
be received.
The Sharkettes were organized- "Come and Worship God With Us"
as a drill team and performed at
L Nl

410 Reid Avenue


Port St. Joe, Florida

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THE STAR, Port St, Joe, Fla. 32456

Large Increase Shown In People

On Public Payrolls In State of Florida

There are 71% more people employed 20,226 persons last year,
holding public positions in Florida up 54 per cent, and health and
today than in 1960 compared with sanitation departments had 13,347
a 28 per cent increase in popula- employees up 35 per cent. Public
tion, Ronald S. Spencer Jr., exe- welfare counted for 4,864 employ-
cutive vice president of the Flor- ees, a gain of 153 per cent over
ida State Chamber of Commerce 1960.
intpv d ,mI ut. estrda.t

Resoriid Colors Specianl

Scottowels... umbo00
Chicken W/Rice or Chicken W/Stars V_ Speciall

Campbell's Soup 6 Cans .00
Jane Parker Delicious Special

Apple Pie .1-Lb. 6oz. Size 39C
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Rye Bread... 4 -L 990



The 'national increases were 44
per cent and 13 per cent respective-
Full and part-time employees of
government at 'all levels in Flor-
ida at year-end last year came to
380,216 persons. Of these, 72,488
held civilian position with the U.
S. government. Converting the ba-
lance to full time, the number of
state and local employees stood at
The state %chamber's Weekly ,Bus-
iness Review shows that local
schools counted for 103,857 of
these, up 67 per cent since 1960;
and higher education accounted
for 25,710, up 181 per cent. Public
hospitals employed 33,472 last
year, up 73 per cent; and highway
and street departments had 16,
309 employees, up 22 per cent.
Police an local fire departments

Firm Chartered

'In Gulf County
TALLAHASSEE Secretary of
State Tom Adams today announced
the chartering of the following
corporation. WEWA BOAT COM-
PANY, INC. (3-64241) Highway 71
North, Wewahitchka, Fla. (Gulf
County) Auth. Stock: 100 shares of
com. at $100.00 per share. filed
May 18, 1970, dealing in: Boats
and boat building materials, equip-
ment, etc. Incorporators: Bobby
King, Bessie King, all of Wewahit-
chka, Fla. W. L. Bailey, Blounts-
town, Fla., filed by: W. L. Bailey,
114 W. Central Ave., Blountstown.

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Last year state and, local em-
ployment in Florida showed a one-
year gain of 4 per cent over 1968.
The principal increase was in edu-
cation while there actually were
drops in the number of highway,
public hospital, health and sanita-
tion employees.
The monthly payrolls of state
and local government, in Florida
came to $160 million during Octo-
ber last year as reported' in a
special study made by the U. S.
Bureau of the Census. This amount
was 182 per cent more than in 1960
compared with a national increase
of 115 per cent.
The average monthly salary .of
state-local employees was $586 in
Florida and $647 nationwide last
year. Average monthly salaries for
instructional personnel/ in public
schools in the state was $763 and
nationwide, $ 7 7 4. Instructional
staff salaries in Florida colleges
averaged $1,189 monthly compared
with a lower national average of

Legal Adv.

The Gulf County School Board
will receive bids in the office of
the Superintendent in the Court
House in Port St. Joe, Florida until
9:00 A.M., EST, June 2, 1970 on:
One used Burroughs Acounting Ma-
chine, F 1503 Typewriter machine
with 19 totals, complete with two
panels consisting of four account-
ing jobs per panel, Automatie Line-
Find Carriage, and Keyboard Regis-
ter Selection. Machine used ap-
proximately (40) months.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Superintendent 5-21
In Re: Estate of
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 SARAH JULUR
BURCH, deceased, late of Gulf
County, Florida, to the Honorable
S. -P. Husband, County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, within six
(6) calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address -of the clai-
mant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 733.16 Flor-
ida Statutes.
Dated this 13th day of May, A.
D. 1970.
as Administrator of the
BURCH, Deceased.
303 Fourth Street 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 5-14
I Attorney for Administrator


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THURSDAY, MAY 28,'1970

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Mrs. Stella Mae Scully, 64, died

Tuesday afternoon in a Jesup,
Georgia hospital after a short ill.
ness. Mrs. Scully was a native ol
Clarksville, but had lived in Jack-
sonville for the past two years.1.
Survivors include her mother,
Mrs. Walter Graham, Sr., and a
brother, Walter Graham, both of
Port St. Joe.
Funeral services will be! held
Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in the
Clarksville Baptist Church with in-
terment in the church cemetery.
The body will lie in state at a
Blountstown funeral home Satur-
day from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.


by a person's home.
The Board decided not to
change its policy of giving pipe
for driveways on county roads.
The County acknowledged re-

Tomlinson Speaks
To Kiwanis Club
Municipal Judge M. P. Tomlinson
spoke to the Kiwanis Club Tues-
day telling the club of his philos-
ophy in handling the municipal
Tomlinson said his court had
handled 157 cases during the past
seven months, the majority of
which were traffic cases.
Tomlinson said his docket is up
to date with only one case pend-
ing. "That case" he said, "involves
a person I told to leave town and
warned that his case was staying
open so he could be arrested im-
mediately if he ever comes back".
Tomlinson said he accepted the
position because be felt he might
have some effect on the safety of
the community. The Judge stated
that his goal is to see that "people
can travel without fear on any of
our streets at night".
Guests of the Club were Key
Clubbers and Keyettes Lanell Cha-
son, Jan Peterson, Chris King and
Chuck Roberts.

Mrs. Stella Scully
Taken by Death

ceipt of a right of way from
George G. Tapper, giving road
access to the proposed St. Jo-
seph Bay Country Club site.
The Board will meet tonight

at 6:15 p.m. with the School
Board and George G. Tapper to
discuss an agreement to share
water and sewer mains for these.p

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iness highway 98, running to wate-r Centennial Building Sunday. Can 648-4711. 2tp-
front. Two boat docks with deep be peen at the Police Station.
channel 15 minutes to Gulf. Good -. --l -a i -- NEEDED: Home for several part-
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and oystering. A good retirement range. In real good condition. .-. .
and sportsman's paradise. Between Excellent for cottage or fish camp.1 HELP WANTED: Good working
Port St. Joe and Apalachicola. Of- $25.00, Phone 229-6365. ItP I conditions. Apply at Arnold's
fared by Mrs. Bryant Patton, Real- turniture & TV. Phone 229-311.
tor, 653-2531. 4tp-5-28 FOR SALE: Pulp wood truck. Ph. GRADUATION GIFTS: Shop at
L 227-7772. ffd-5-14 the COTTAGE SHOPPE. We-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house have appliances, Polly-Perk by Re-,
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Beach. $4500. Call 32-4221 after pliance repair call 229-6323. gal. Town and Country rosteak
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Builder Wants
(Continued From Page 1) \
f considered. Chairman Walter
Graham stated that he would fa-
vor the request if money was
available provided the money be
used strictly for advertising.
Freeman said the Chamber
i would present the County with
an itemized account of how the
money would be spent.
Armstrong Unhappy
Vernell. Armstrong of Wewa-
hitchka was unhappy Tuesday'
night, claiming the County had-
n't lived up to its agreement to
provide certain benefits to him
for a drain ditch dug across his,
Armstrong said.the ditch was
to be dug' so he could construct
a fish pond on his property, but
these specifications were not met.
He said C. E. Daniell, Mosquito
Control Supervisor had promised
. to build him a boat launching
site on :the ditch which runs in-
to a slough. Daniell hotly denied
he made such a promise.
Armstrong asked that a bridge
be put across the ditch which
cuts through his property so that
he may:go from one side to the
other without having ,to get out
'on the'highway. The Board went'
yesterday to look at the site and,%
come to a decision.
Requests for Pipe '
Several requests were present-
ed to the Board for concrete pipe
driveways throughout the coun-
I ty. Chairman Graham noted .that
the night's requests 'totaled more
pipe tha.the .County laid down
in a- six month period last year.
Wesley R. Ramsey, speaking as
a tax-payer, asked the Board to
adopt a .pblicy of charging the
market value of' concrete pipe
placed. for drives, etc.
Engineer Max W. Kilbourn
said the County might adopt a
policy of charging for requests
for pipe in existing ditches and
giving pipe when a ditch is dug.

Port. St. Joe Elementary School
M,* onday, June 1
Spiced ham, baked beans, tur-
nip greens, corn bread, raspberry
apple sauce, butter and milk.
A Tuesday, June 2
Pork, and potatoes ,snap beans,
celery sticks, hot biscuit and but.
ter, jelly and milk.
Wednesday, June 3 ,
Hamburgers, buttered corn, cab-
bage slaw, potato sticks, fruit cup,
white bread and milk.
Thursday, June 4
Chicken and noodles, white acre
peas, lettuce' and tomato salad,
orange juice, prunes, white bread,
butter and milk. i
Friday, June 5
Fish sticks, English peas, but-,
tered grits, lettuce and tomato
salad, potato sticks, Jell-o, white
bread and milk.


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602 Garrison Ave.
Phone 229-6326 "

SAW FILING, and carpenter work.
Bert Hall, Phone 229-6185, White
City, next to fire station, tfc-2-12
FIGHT temporary fatigue with
Zippies, non habit forming. Only
$1.98. Campbell's Drugs. 6p-4-2
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. .Call Mabel Baxley.
229-6100. 1109 Monument. Ave. .
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out Cal'
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-293'7
o 1 229-097.
. ."

PHONE 229-6108 I,
1319 McClellan Ave.

,Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
72T.. tfc

TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
and removed or trimmed. Call
653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe


306 Reid Ave.

LIVE and DRESSED channel cat
fish at Douglas Landing. 10p3-20-
REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
pills". Campbell's Drug. 14p-4-2

In Wewehitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home

C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, PIh.
Plumbing and
Electrical Contractor
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RA.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome. >l
ir.g second and fourth Tuesday
nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. Illl,F. & A. M., every first
and Third, Thursday at 8:00 p.m.



These five young men were placed on the All Conference Baseball
team for the current season, in recent balloting by area coaches.
From left to right are: Greg Knox, Steve Adams, Dennis Atchison,
Charles Smith and Norris Langston. In. addition to All Conference

Baseball Awards ,Presented

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Big Price Increase




the Old4 Familiar 2 Gallon Quantity Reductions

before prices go up on June I

Our Stock Is Complete

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Mary Carter Paint Store


honors, Adams was voted the most valuable player on the Shark
team; Knox was the most improved and Atchison was the best fielder.
Leading hitter was Charles Smith with a .326 average.
-Star photo

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970

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FOR SALE: 8 room house on two
lots. 1 corner lot and house fur-
nished. Across hwy. in front of
school, in Wewahitchka. Mrs. Rosa
Stevens. tfc.5-21
FOR SALE: 9 room house with two
. baths. Corner 6th St., 'and Long
,Ave. For more information, call
229-1741. tfc-5-21
WANTED TO BUY: Brick or block
home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sin-[
gle or double carport. In town. All
replies kept confidential Call 229-
2579. tfe-430