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"Port St.'Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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Changes Being Made
In License Procedure
Trooper K. D. Corbin, Senior Examiner with. the
Florida Highway Patrol is notifying drivers this week
that a chance in the niethod of issuing drivers licenses
in the State of Florida is bring about other changes
also in his schedule for offering driver examinations.
Beginning July 1, driver's licenses will be issued
by the Departmenit of Public Safety (see story on page
10. of this issue) and beginning the same date, Trooper
- Corbin will be in Port St. Joe every Tuesday from 9:00
A.M. to 5:00 P.M. to offer examinations. Trooper Cor-
bin will be at the Gulf County Courthouse here in Port
Corbin reminds drivers to be sure your current mail-,
ing address is on your present license. If not, you should
notify the Division of Driver's License, Department of
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Tallahassee.
Forms to make the change easier may be obtained from
Trooper Cobin on Tuesdays or at The Star. office.
Summer Play Program
Gets Started Monday
Being Offered to
All Age Groups
An expanded summer recrea-
tion program will be kicked off
Monday, according to .C. Allen
Scott, coordinator for the pro-
gram. Scott said the program
will be bigger and better than
ever this year, with.A full staff
of qualified personnel on band
and additional play equipment
available this year.
The program has been pro-
vided .for the past two years by
a. cooperative effort of the City
of Port St. Joe and the Gulf
County School Board. Both or-
ganizations have put money, per-
sonel and facilities into the pro-
gram, which is offering recrea-
. tional programs for both children
The program will utilize all of
the recreational facilities of the
school system and the City.
See the complete weekly sche,
dule for the summer recreation
program on page seven of this
week's isue of The Star.
A full schedule of activities has
been planned for Washington
High School, Highland View Ele-
mentary School, Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School, Port St. Joe
High School, Stac House, Tennis
courts at three locations and the
16th Street pitch and putt golf
Gblf lessons this year will be
taught by Code House, a PGA
professional now living in Port
The recreation program will in-
clude many play activities such
as softball, tennis, inside games,
golf, swimming and also arts and
crafts as well as a summer read-
ing program. "- .. 1
The program, which begins on
Monday, will continue through,
Parents are urged to encour-
age their children to attend the
activities. There is no limit to
the number of activities a child
may participate in.
Dimes March Exceeds Goal
Gulf County went over, the goal in its March
of Dimes campaign for the National Foundation,
with Wesley Thompson as chairman of the finan-
,cial campaigns Thompson is shown being pre-
sented with a Certificate of Appreciation for his
work by Joseph 'A. Mira, Chairman of the Gulf
County Chapter of the National Foundation.Gulf's
goal was $2,000.00 and $2,555.00 was collected.
County Asked to Join
In Planning Committee
Barry Boswell, manager of the'
Economic Development Act serv-
ing this area of Florida and Curt
Truax, a State coordinator for
the governmental authority, ap-,
proached Gulf ,County Tuesday
with the idea"of jbi'ing in a new
Coastal Plains Regional Commit-
tee, to provide further develop-
ment for the Northwest Florida
Gulf County contributes to and
is a member of the Economic De-'
velopment Act, which aids in
federal funding in .several areas
of endeavor in this part of the
state. The City of Port St. Joe
has used the Act to seek fed-
eral aid and approval for water,
and sewer work. ,
Boswell said $4 million is avail-
able for use in various projects'
if an organization can be put'
together to expedite various pro-
Boswell'asked, the Board to ap-
point one of its members to go
to Atlanta, Ga., June 22 for a
conference on the matter and.
see just what such -an organiza-
tion -would mean to the county
in-available public works.
Boys Charged With
Second Count of B&E
Two teen-aged boys who were
caught inside Arnold's Furniture
and TV recently by City Police,
have .been -charged with the
breaking and entering of St. Joe
Hardware Company recently,
when several guns were reported
According to Deputy Sheriff
'Wayne White, the two boys ad-
mitted breaking into the hard-
ware store and taking the guns.
Both boys are free on bond un-
til the August term of Circuit
Dr. Lawrence L. Crawford an-
nounced this week that he is op-
ening his offices for the practice
of Chiropractic- here in Port St.
Dr.. Crawford will have an open
house Sunday afternoon from 1
to 4 p.m. in his offices at 116
Monument Avenue and will be
open for business on Monday.
Dr. Crawford is from Grosse
Pointe, Mich. He attended inder-
graduate, school at Freris State
College in Michigan and is a
graduate of Lincoln Chiropractic
College in Indianapolis, Ind.
The Crawfords have one small
daughter and plan to move to
Port St. Joe soon. b
Boy Struck by Car
Near Baseball Field
John Yadon, 12-year-old son of
Mr. and, Mrs. James Yadon was
struck by an automobile on 10th
Street near the City Park Mon-
According to City Police, Ya-
don said he was leaving the park
on his bicycle with a companion
Kenny Lemieux when he rode'
out in front of an automobile be-
ing driven by Mrs. Norton Kil-
bourn, Sr., before he saw the car.
Yadon said he tried to stop but
slid into the path of the car,'
which was traveling at a slow
rate of speed. ,
John was thrown up on the
hood of the car. The car traveled
54\feet before stopping with Ya-
don on the hood. As the car
stopped, he slid off onto the
pavement. He suffered several,
scratches and bruises. He was
taken to Municipal Hospital, ex-
amined and released.
Complete City Tax
Roll Is Collected
City Auditor and Clerk Charles
Brock reported this week that
"the 1969-70 tax roll has been
100% collected. /
Brock said that through the co-
operation of the citizens of Port
St. Joe, thisis the fifth' consecu-
tive year that the tax roll has
been collected completely. "We
haven't had a single charge off
in five years", Brock said.
Report Cards Being
Mailed First of Week
S- Report. cards .will be mailed,
out from the High School office
on Monday arid Tuesday of next
week.," Those students who did
not bring sefl-addressed, stamped
envelopes should come by the
high school office between the-
"hours of 8:00 a.m. and' 3:00 p.m.
to pick up their report cards,
Those students who owe for
debts af the school will have to
come by the high school and pay
for the debts before the report
card is'issued. ; .
The County Board of Commis-
sioners seem determined to hold
down the county's budget for the
next fiscal year, according to the
attitudes and actions of the
Board at its regular meeting on
Rowlette Bryant and Mrs. Jane
Patton of the Northwest )Florida
Regional Library, to which Gulf
County is a subscriber, appeared
before the Board and began to
outline the Library's increased
budget for the coming year. The
Library managers didn't make
a request for more funds. from
Gulf County. They were merely
making their required annual re-
pbrt of condition to the Board.
The Commissioners evidently
read a request for more funds
into the presentation, however,
as they began to point out- that
the County must, by law, cut
back on its millage, and this will
mean a reduction rather than an
increase in funding of iteins, in-
clucing the Library.
The Regional Library is con-
templating a budget for next
year of $211,203.62. Their, bud-
get last year was $180,247.65.
Gulf County contributes $17,000
annually to the operation.
Chairman Graham noted that
it would "be hard to get an in-
crease anywhere in our new bud-
get. We are going to be cutting
rather than adding".
C. E. Daniell, manager of the
Gulf County Mosquito Control
presented his budget to the
Board for approval for fiscal
1971. Daniell must have his bud-
get drawn and approved by the
Board and forwarded to the State
Department in 'Tallahassee by
July 1 each year.
The budget is in for some
changes before presenting to the
State but is reflecting about a
$5,000 decrease from last year.
-The County's share of the Mos-
quito Control Budget last year
(including municipal contribu-
tions) was $66,000. The new bud-
get calls for $61,549.00.
Attorney William J. Rish noti-
fied the Board that they did not,
have to roll back to 10 mills dur-
ing the coming year, as previous-
ly thought. Rishk said, "You don't
have to roll back- this next year,
but you cannot increase millage
County Agrees Man's Property Is Damaged
Vernell Armstrong of Honey-
ville took up his argument with
'the County Commission again
Tuesday that the County had bad-
ly damaged his property North
Of Honeyville by digging a huge
drainage ditch through the mid-
dle of his acreage.
Armstrong said he had plans
to construct a small fish pond
in the area through which the
ditch was dug and a small boat
landing on the slough into which
the ditch empties. He said he
was assured the ditch would en-
hance rather than prohibit him
following this course of action.
Armstrong claimed that the
shallow depth of the ditch on
his property prohibited both of
his plans, and further, that -he
had to travel to a road, down
the highway to another road and
then back to his property to get
from one side of the acreage to
the other with tractors and oth-
Armstrong said he would for-
get the fish pond, but that he
felt the county should .deepen
the ditch, widen ,the mouth of
the ditch at the slough into which
it empties and construct him an
access bridge across the ditch so
he could use his property more
-readily and carry out some of his
plans for the land.
An on-site inspection by the
Board convinced them that Arm-
strong's property had suffered
damage, so they agreed to deep-
en the ditch and widen the
mouth and construct a bridge
as soon as money was available
for the projects.
Another Band Uniform
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club became the
latest civic club to purchase a new uniform for
the Port St. Joe High School Band. Tuesday. In
the photo above, Kiwanis president George An-
chors presents a check for the new uniform to
bandmaster James Clark. Clark said the finan.
cial goal for paying for the new uniforms has al.
most been reached. The uniforms have already
been ordered so they will arrive in time for the
fall school term which begins in September.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
1 Bush, '2 Crops
V Charles Carroll needs to use only half the garden space .of
most gardeners in. growing his tomatoes-and potatoes. Carroll dis-
plays a "potato" vine which started sprouting tomatoes in his
garden. In his right hand he holds two of the several 'potatoes
that were on the root of the vine in the bucket, while in his left-
hand he holds some of the tomatoes still attached to the vine. "I
didn't plan it that way," Carroll said, "they just grew". -
'- -Star photo
. -r .
The results of the "brain brawl" held in the City
Hall by the Chamber of commerce two weeks ago were
surprising,-to say the least. The results were surprising
in that so many worthy and worthwhile projects for the
Chamber to assume were brought up.
In a session such as this, one might expect a number
of flighty suggestions, or pet peeves being aired which
would all boil down to an evening being wasted. But this
wasn't the case at all. It was all very instructive and
To begin .with, the moderator, Dr. Richard Morley
?* said, "We won't allow any detrimental ideas at all. We
are after only constructive, building concepts which will
be a benefit to the City and the county"' You'd think that
concept alone would shut the ideas .off real quick, since
most 'of the ideas one hears in group conversations are
critical to the point of belly-aching about various subjects
For the .past year or so, the Chamber has needed'
something to get its teeth into. Too many think the pri-
mary purpose of the Chamber is to bring new industry to
the area. This isn'ttrue at all, and those present for the
discussion session finally agreed that the primary purpose
While we hesitate to monopolize the entire editorial
section of one issue on one subject, we thought this little
.- revelation deserves airing.
For years Port St. Joe has advertised and billed it-
self as "The Constitution City". The signs at the entrance
to the City bear the,legend, "The Constitution City". We
know this means that the first Constitution of the State
of Florida was written here in Port St. Joe. We know
.this because we have lived here'for several years and we
have been informed of this historic-event on numerous oc-
But what does it mean to the tourist from Ox Grunt,
Arkansas' who comes into the City on U. S. 98 and sees
the legend, "The Constitution City"? Not a cottin' pickin'
This was another point brought out by Dr. Morley re-
cently in a Chamber brain session (and incidentally his
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
THE STAR -
Pubtished Every Thursday .at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo,. Florida,
By The Star Publlihing Company
WEsri.iy R. R SEY Editor and Publisher
,Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
S OSTOFFICE Box, 808 PHONE 227-8161
PoSrT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
i'.tered- as seconA-alass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postofflce, Port St. 'Joe,
Florida, under Aet of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCr'PTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONd YEAR, B3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127350
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00,
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommmlssion in advertisements, the publishers
do not holW themselves liable for d--age ftirther than amount received for such
a dvertimemeant. '
The spoken word Is given scant attentl-m; the printed word 5. thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the prMi d word thoroughly can.
lines. The spoken word is lost; the prnlted word remains.
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
of the Chamber is ,to promote the area first to the people
who live here, and then serve as an organization to help
out when others move in from the enthusiasm engendered
about the area from those who live here.
This in itself was revolutionary thinking for the Port
St. Joe Chamber. While one takes for granted that ev-
eryone who lives here is a booster of the area, this just
isn't the case at all and it should be.
It was pointed out by Dr. Morley that Port St. Joe
has more industry than any other city its size in the South.
He pointed out that many cities our size .would drool at
the mouth to acquire the industrial jobs we have. Our
lack of jobs for our youth is not due from the inability of
industry to supply them, but from our continual belly-
aching which scares off future growth.
The Chamber is in the process of reassessing its think-
ing as a -result of the recent session. We think it would
be well for every citizen to reassess his, attitude about
this town, since it was agreed by those present, that our
biggest enemy for future growth is ourselves and our col-
- lective putting, down of our town. It's no comfort of
course, but we're not unique in this situation. Other small
cities that aren't growing have the same problem.
Can Stay Busy
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
H. D. (Sam) Shuemake, 32, of
Chipley, threw his bat into the
ring as a Republican candidate for
the office of Congress. He made
the announcement at a called news
conference held at the San Carlos
Hotel in Pensacola, Saturday, June
Shuemake is the pastor of the
First Assembly of God Church in
Graceville and has served as di-
rector of a conservative movement
known as Patriots for America. He
said that he would resign his posi-
tion as pastor while seeking the
bid for the congressional seat. "T
do not consider myself as leaving
my profession, but rather, view it
as entering another level of ser -
vice." he continued.
Shuemake volunteered at 17 and-
served in the Ui S. Air Force and
was honorably discharged. He at-
tended the Washington County
Schools at Chipley, the Chipola Jr.
College at Marianna. Free Will
Baptist College at Nashville, Tenn.,
and the Luther Rice Seminary at
Jacksonville. He holds a four year
Bachelor degree and a honorary
Doctor of Divinity. He has served
as a pastor for the past ten years.
"I am running for this office be-
cause E feel that the politicians
have left the people," he said.
When asked about running
against a man with 30 years sen-
iority, he says, "For the past 30
years we have had a World War;
a Korean War, and now we have
lost over 42,000 men in Vietnam.'
We are suffering from a national
debt of over 200 billion dollars, we
are under the highest taxes in the
history of the United States and
have the highest crime rate ever.
This condition did not come about
by newly elected congressmen."
Shumake said he would cam-
paign under the slogan, "Because
Elections for next years Shark-
ettes for the Port St. Joe High
School were held Wednesday morn-
ing of last week.
Elected president was Joy Par-
ker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Parker, Jr.; vice-president was Pam
Burch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
Roy Burch; secretary is Debbie
Hamm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benton Hamm and treasurer, Vicki
Bass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
These girls will serve as officers,
of the Sharkettes for thed 1970-71'
Recent guests of Mrs. Asa Mont-
gomery were M-Sgt. W. A. Mont-
gomery of Hawaii and CWO and
Mrs. James 0. Montgomery of Ft.
to do is simply leave his receiver
off the hook until the call has
been reported. The call can be
traced, no matter when it was
made or how quickly the p rs)n
calling might hang up.
The installation of this new
tracing and voice identification
system by telephone iomrianies
is costly and we should appreci-
ate the rlctior. taken to saf.u.iwrd
and protect their subscribers.
A short notice on the inside pages of the papers the
other day reported that Lynda Bird has borne her second
child. How, soon people forget! When Lynda's daddy
was high honcho in the White House the TV cameras were
right outside Lynda's delivery room door when the first
child was born.
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best! Call for a free survey and estimate!
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114 Monument Ave. Phone 229-3881
Sid Brown may be old in years (relatively speaking)
but one has to admit freely that he is still young at heart.
Sid showed up at Rotary Club meeting last Thursday in
a jacket and shirt that would make any 18 to 20 year old
young person green with envy. We say, green because
Sid's jacket was 'green light green with small
white pin-stripe checks. His shirt was white with brown,
red, gold, green, blue and other color stripes running
through it. The lining of the jacket took the cake, with
the wildest psychodelic colors you ever saw.
Sid said he swiped the jacket from Liberace and he
had plans to have a pair of pants made to match the. lin-
,ing of his jacket.
And, I'm here to tell you, it looked good on him.
only point. He wriggled the other points out of those pres-
ent). For years we have used this legend and taken for
granted everyone knew what we were talking about .
because we knew.
So, here we have spent all this time, energy and money
advertising ourselves as the place where Florida was born
and only those who were curious enough to explore our
slogan really knew what we meant when we said, "The
Constitution City". '
We need to exploit our position as the location of the
beginning of Florida government, but we need to do it in
a manner that people will realize the significance of what
we are saying. We need to start all over from scratch and
advertise our historical importance to the. world. A new
slogan must be thought up; something like "Florida's
t birthplace", "Where Florida began" 'or "Where Florida
was born". How about your suggestions?
Too Late To Classify
by RUSSELL KAY
People with sick minds who
for years have used the telephone
to make obscene, threatening or
annoying telephone calls have
just about reached the end of
Technical advances will soon
permit your telephone company
to trace such calls and bring
charges against those who make
Such calls are crimes that may
be punished by fines and jail
sentences. Congress recently
took cognizance of the need for
federal legislation and passed a
bill-ealling for a 6 month prison
term and a fine for those found
guilty of such activity.
It is now possible to trace such
calls by mechanical means and
the culprit can no longer hide
behind the receiver hook by
hanging up 'his receiver.
New special telephone equip-
ment is being installed through-
out telephone systems that can-
Snot only trace back and identify
the phone from which such calls
are made, it can also identify
any number called from- that
This can be done even if the
criminal' tries to beat the rap by
hanging up quickly, for as long
as the person called keeps his
or her phone off the hook the
connection remains and can be
The recipient of such a call
can leave the phone off the hook,
S keeping the connection intact
and at the 'same time call the
telephone company and report it.
Science has also developed a
voice print that is as effective as
a finger print in identifying a
.person no matter how they may
try to disguise it. It is an elec-
tronic picture of the human
voice and such evidence has
been accepted by the courts.
General Telephone and Elec-
tronics is now installing this new
service and while it is not yet
operating throughout their sys.
tern, it will be as soon as install.
nation is completed.
This new method of telephone
identification should prove most
valuable and effective in curb-
ing criminals who for years have
rsed the telephone for obscene '
calls or threats or other illegal
These and other electronic ce-
telopments now close to peefec-
tion will put an end to unil-m-n.
tified calls. All the recipient has
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Mark Tonminson was giving a program to Rotary
last Thursday on the Municipal Judgeship. Mark asked
Cecil Costin about some of the old days, of the-judge and
some of their habits in years gone by.
Cecil said he remembered when. the late Hig Stone
was judge. Cecil said, "Hig sat down at his judge's table
and put a Sears, Roebuck catalog beside him. After a 4 '
person was found guilty, Hig would open the catalog and
set his fine at the cost of the highest priced item on the
open page. "
Mark does it a little different.
Jackie is suing Aristotle Onassis for a divorce. .
Most everyone thought surely this marriage would
last. They had so much in common. They deserved" each
other so much. But then that's what happens when you
lie about your age.
This just goes to prove that money can't buy every-
What Is "Constitution City
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by Florida Power Corp.
For the busy day with many
chores in progress just let your
electric servants really take over
to lend much help. While the elec-
tric automatic washer and dryer
are in progress, prepare your meal
and place in automatic oven (turns
on and off by itself), and freeze a
fruit salad in the food freezer Dur-
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Midpet Investments with
..U g E..e improvement of Wild Life Conservation One of RC8
%. pound ground beef
1/8 teaspoon pepper Improvement of wildlife, land is deer. Technical assistance is avail- Conservation Program. harvested, and/or (3) planting food
1 tablespoon dehydrated onion one of the primary objectives of able from the Soil Conservation You can increase the population plots. Leave small, well-distributed
I flakes the West Florida Resource Conser- Service, Agricultural Extension of desirable wildlife on your farm areas (at least acre) of such ag-
1 small egg, slightly beaten nation and Development Project Service, Florida Forest Service, U. by providing suitable food and ritual crops as annual lespe-
% cup soft bread crumbs (RC&D). Wildlife conservation S. Fish and Wildlife Service and suitable cover. Here's how to do browntop millet corn cow-
% cup tomato sauce with tomato agencies have expressed interest the Florida Game and Fresh Wa- it: deza browntop mlle, corn, ow-
bits (% of an 8 oz. can) in accelerating the establishment ter Fish Commission. Wildlife prac- -Food-Provide food by either peasI grain sorghum and wheat.
Combine all of the ingredients of wildlife food plots of bush les- tices can be cost-shared through (1) encouraging the growth of L6ave these crops unharvested and
nd mix wel. Shape the mixturepedeza another plantings espec- the Agricultural Conservation and ts duce choicefoos, near suitable cover,
:into four oval loaves. Place in a'ially for dove, quail, turkey and Stabilization Service's Agricultural -plants -that.pr.oduceIchoce.food
into four oval loaves. Place in a (2) leaving agricultural crops un- Cover-Leave small, well-scatter-
bhallow baking dish. Bake in a
preheated oven at 450 degrees F. ed. thickets, briar patches, clumps
for 15 to 0 minutes. Prepare te Social Security Is for Prtecton f of Japanese honeysuckle weeds,
following sauce. Pour off the ex- S u t sen,
cess fat from the meat loave Younger Families and Workers, Too S UNITED ME
bake an additional five minutes .. ., -" F | R S NI 1 r
I Intersection Monument and Constitution
"huc REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
* Chur Sch ool -- 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship .--.. --- 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship--------------...............----- 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship................. 8:00 P.M.
i DS "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
Sauce: % cup tomato sauce with
tomato bits (remaining sauce
- from can).
1 tablespoon brown sugar
2 teaspoons parsley flakes
% teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Makes 4 oval meat loaves. 2 to
Social security is for younger benefits each month," Robinson
families and workers too, accord- stated.
ing to Jim C. Robinson, Manager The Social Security Office for
of the Panama City Social Secur- n oO f y ice or
it of the a this area is located at 1135 Harti-
ity Office. Ison Ave., Panama City 32401. The
Robinson stated that a recent phone number is 7635331. The
survey disclosed that approximate- office is open Monday through
ly 69% of younger workers sur- Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
veyed looked on social security .c p i
primarily as a program for older except on national holidays.
people, and were not' aware that
they had a current protection un-
der the program too in case of
their disability or death.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................ 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...... ................. 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ........ 5:45 P.M.
EENTING WORSHIP .............. ... 7-00 P.M
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
grasses, brush broomsedge, etc.
Keep most of this cover open
enough that quail and other wild-
life can walk freely through it. If
cover is too thick, it can usually
be thinned by either controlled
burning or by disking. If cover is
lacking, it can be provided by
planting thumbergii lespedeza or
[allowing natural plant succession
to revegetate' the area. Plant thum-
bergii in strips about 15 feet wide
'and about 1/8 acre in size.
"It often happens that in the
case of the death of a younger
worker his social security is the
most valuable single asset that he
leaves his family," iRobinson stat-
ed. He went on to point out that
in case of death, survivors bene-
fits for a widow and two children
,range from a minimum of $96 a
month to about $434 a month, with
an average of about $292 per
"This can add up to a lot of
money, particularly if the children
are quite young," Robinson stated.
He went on to state that some 3
million surviving children and wi-
dowed mothers get social security
Robinson stressed further that
if the worker becomes ,disabled so-
cial security can help provide sup-
port for both the worker and his
family, with benefits ranging from
a minimum of $96 a month to a
maximum of $434 a month, with
an average of about $273 a month.
"Some 2% million disabled work-
.ers and their dependents receive
U _- r l -I I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Bvron Smith, Pasti
TRAINING UNION ............................. .. 6:30 P.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL .............................. 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ....... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 197 0
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
Fish Can Give
To Your Meals
Patio Creatures May Be Entertaining
But The Ladies Won't Welcome Them
Fish can give variety, taste ap-.
peal and good nutrition to your Entertaining in the patio is like you offer him a nice unpainted] It is fascinating to watch a small soak himself in a spot of rum af-
meals. Many markets now carry bailing out a boat with a seive -- weather-beaten board. black snake lick bugs from plant ter each performance.
fresh or frozen 'fish .fillets or it's often an unsuccessful venture. To demonstrate your fearlessness leaves, or to sun on the top of a If you don't have the witcherarft
steaks, whole fish, shellfish, fish If you've scuttled all pther ideas, of bumblebees, tap on the board patio post. or the know-how of a scientist to
sticks and canned fish from which then send an S-0-S to your small- that houses the bee until het, If you suspect that the company mix a brew that lures butterflies
consumers can select. Any fish is patio creatures. | sounds an angry buzz. Then stand won't like snakes, shoo the reptile' or moths, then bring cocoons to the
an excellent source of protein, vita- For the first act call on the by to catch the bee bare-handed. away to protect it from a fatal blow patio. When it's time for the co-
mins and minerals. chameleon-type lizard. He can The -siall fry warn that it is from an excited visitor. coons to hatch, schedule a cocoon
Fish meals rate high with the change color and demonstrate how only safe to catch the bee that has Try leaving cat food each night watching party.honesuckle or
family when the homemaker learntospear an insect wth a flick of a White dot on its head. They saY on the patio. Soon mother 'possum B plries youi perhaps at-
to recognize good quality when a tongue. that is it easy to tell the good guy and her brood will pay nocturnal tract hummingbirds for early morn-
buying it, cooks it properly and You an bill him as the fastest he always wears the white hat. visits. She will receive many en- i.g and late afternoon watching.
serves it with foods and garnishes tongue in te est paio. Dirt daubers are interesting fel- cores when tiny offspring hang Bees can be trusted to take on the
that enhance its flavor, says Mrs., He can also take a deep breath lows. You'll win many bets if you from the mother's tail. I mid-day shift at these flowers.
Beth Walsh, foods specialist, Flor. and protrude a pine, dime-size wager that a "dobber" can fly off Thenthereishestoraboutthe Warning Don't show your
ida Cooperative Extension Service. "money-bag" from under his throat. with paralyzed insects as large as toadhen that ente i s the story about y friends a the patio creatures dur
The rustybuck lizard ill give he is.d thatentertained guests by friends all the patio creatures dur
.Choose frozen fish that is solidly the patio a rustic setting. The sand swallowing buck shot instead of ing the first visit They may think
frozen and has no discoloration to racer izard can pantomine a teen- A few visitors can be entertained flies. It is said that he performed you are a bit queer and forget to
indicate that it may have been ager spinning the wheels of a with snakes. nightly provided he was able to come back.
thawed and refrozen and is wrap-
ped in moisture-vapor-proof mater-
.ia!. Fresh fish should be firm and
elastic with shiny skin. Fillets
should have a fresh-cut appearance.
Odor should not be evident.
sports car in- a fast getaway.
The doodlebug also known as
an ant lion will make interest-
ing conversation. He likes dry
sandy space to make a cone-like
death trap for wandering insects.
Thaw fish in the refrigerator in
; The doodlebug sucks his prey
the original wrap. Cook it as soon dry then tosses the remains out.
as it is defrosted. Frozen fish fll This is not much different from a
lets and steaks may be cooked- human who empties the bottle dry,
without thawing, if additional then tosses it onto the lawn.
cooking time is allowed.
Cook the fish only until it
flakes easily when tested.with a
fork so it will be moist and have
a fine flavor. Many people make
the mistake of overcooking fish.
Fish doesn't always have to be
fried. Plentiful Florida Lisa (mul-
The bumblebee pan be lured in-
to making a nest in your patio if
. .". One of the gayest moments
of a wedding reception is the
Ceremony of cutting the wed-
i'.:' ". ding cake. During medieval
S times, it was performed with
great flourish by means of
'! the bridegroom's sword, To-
day, the cake is cut with a
sterling silver cake knife, pre.
ferably one that matches the
bride's sterling. Some ster-
ling patterns include a special
To Gather Up
let) takes on a glamor when stutted The 19th annual Whitfield fam-
Robert King, an employee of the Gulf County Mosquito Con. with a sour cream dressing and ily reunion will be held Sunday,
trol displays this huge eight foot snake he killed last week while baked. A tasty barbeque sauce over June 14 at the Dead Lakes Camp
on the job. "I didn't know what kind it was at the time," King said. your favorite fish adds new inter- Grounds in Wewahitchka, begin-
"It was just big and scared me half to death so I chopped his head est. Don't forget fresh Florida ning at 9:00 a.m. CST.
off." The snake was identified as a "King" snake, naturally, limes when serving fish. Such a All friends and relatives of the
-Star photo fragrant garnish provides bonus Whitfield family are invited to
Drops of vitamin-rich flavor, says come and bring a picnic basket.
Mrs- Walsh. There will be door prizes, music
I ong-Tim Apalac icola Resident Dies Serve the fish with a tossed and entertainment for all.
Long-T-ime .p .,icola ,Residen t ie s green salad with green vegetables -.
like peas, Broccoli, asparagus or Louisiana Visitors
' Mrs. Gussie Johnson, age 1, a ham of Dothan, Alabama, 12 grand- spinach to add color. Complete the 'Mr. and Mrs. David Duggar and
long time resident of Apalachicola, children and 28 great grandchil- menu with baked or au gratin po- daughter, Brenda of Zachary, La.,
passed away at 12:20 p.m. Saturday, dren. tatoes and for dessert a citrus'are visiting friends and relatives
June 6 in a Tallahassee hospital Funeral services were held at fruit cup. Garnishes like parsley, here and in Apalachicola this week.
following a lengthy illness. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday from t~he United tomatoes, lemon wedges and car-
Mrs. Johnson is survived by onMethodist Church of Apalachicola rot curls will make the dish more
on o. Johnson os Aviv yone conducted by Reverend Lyndel appealing.
bon, Joe Johnson of Apalachicola; White. I'L- -
itwo daughters, Mrs. J. G. Hersey Interment was in the famy plotCLASSIFIED ADS
Ellen Mixon, both of Apalachicola; Services were under the direc-. Giant Retairn" "
one sister, Mrs. Eunice Cunning- tion of'Comforter Funeral Home. I
"wedding cake knife" with a
slightly curved, sword-like
blade. The knife, engraved
with the initials of the bride
and groom and the wedding
date, is a lasting reminder of
the happy occasion.,
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Maverick Is economical to drive. Test drivers
averaged 22.5 mpg In simulated actual driving
conditions. This means you could go up to 350
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Maverick is simple to park. It's less than 15 feet
long and has a turning diameter of only 35.6
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THE STAR. Port St. Jo,' I-la. 32456
Historical Society Meets to Make
Study of Their Numerous Projects
Miss Hannon Feted
Miss Frann Hannon, bride-elect, was honor-
ed with a tea Saturday, June 6 at the home of
rs. B. G. Buzzett with Mesdames Janet Ariderson,
Jean Atchison, Gus B. Creech and Miss Cecelia
Creech as co-hostesses.
The honoree was lovely in a white dress em-
broidered in red, complimented by a cymbidium
Guests were greeted at the door by Miss
Hannon, her mother, Mrs. Frank Hannon and
Floral arrangements of day lilies, white dai-
sies and yellow roses carried out the bride's cho-
sen colors. Mints, nuts, party sandwiches, iced
cakes, punch and coffee were served.
On the table with the bride's book, was a
buds, a gift from
Karen King and
ing the bride's
and Cecelia Cre
E. Whaley and 3
per Leroy Smit
In the pho
honoree and ti
W. 0. Anderson
in the Kitchen"
by Laurence M. Hursh, M.D. '
Consultant, National Dairy Council
YOUR FAMILY AND BREAKFAST
It seems a crime that other habits and resultant food con-
desires and demands often take sumption. Especially, we don't
the place of the family eating know howitis affecting children.
breakfast together. The informa- But I have some suggestions.
tion I have, is that a substantial Try to make your family the
weekday morning meal, with all exception in this trend. If none
the family members eating to- of you are siting down together
gether, is not occurring in most to share both the sociability and
American households, pleasure that a breakfast -can
One survey has shown that foster, change your pattern. In-
three-fourths of all American sist that the family try it for a
families do not eat breakfast to- while, not every morning but on
get her. One-third of all house- those days when ,,time can be
wives and a quarter of all hus- allowed.
bands eat alone. Ten percent of Arrange Schedules
the men do not eat breakfast at If everybody's schedule n-
all. In one out of four house- f teebodya s schedule con-
holds, one child eats alone with- stake a look.atwhat every
out supervision.e Six percent of ne is doing and ask yourselves
chldrengoto school wi ut the outside volve
bhireakat g tments are really more rewarding
brThe averast. e er s or necessary than the family
The average person spends unity that could result from more
less than 20 m utes 'at th meals together.
breakfast table. m toe
And most of 'all, if certain
Do-It-Yourself Eating members of your family are
Breakfast is a do-it-yourself simply not getting breakfast, or
project. In one out of six fam- a sufficient breakfast, insist that
lies the housewife is just getting they start doing so with some
up when the first person begins regularity. We all differ, and I
breakfast., am not an out-and-out stickler
The one bright spot in this for convention in eating. But-
picture is that on weekends there are few people who would
when there is less pressure not benefit in many ways from
40 percent of wives and mother the nutritionist's recommenda-i
serve the kind of breakfast they tion that, breakfast should give
think their families should have, you from one-fourth to one-third
and presumably some of these the nourishment you need for
breakfasts are eaten together. each day. There is even evidence
We don't really know what that a good breakfast increases.
effect this pattern of breakfast work .and school efficiency and
eating is having on daily food cuts down on work accidents. I
Say You Saw It In The Star -
Attending the June meeting of check ;the findings of the divers
the St. Joseph Histdrical Society, 'but they will remain in this area.
Saturday afternoon, June 6, were
the president, Jesse Stone, Bob The recent excavation in the
Ellzey, Mrs. William Howell, Jr., area of the old Jones Homestead
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., and the so. Was disappointing in that nothing
city's newest member, Jake C. was found to prove that it was
Belin, who was given a very warm one of the two lost cemeteries.
welcome by the group. However, Dr. Hale Smith, Archeol-
The president reported that al- ogist from Florida State University,
though the fence which is being was not satisfied with his findings
built around a portion of the old and is planning a more extensive
St. Joseph-Iola Railroad bed which investigation of this area later in
crosses the school ground in We- June when he and several of his
wahitchka is not yet quite com- students will return for several
plete, the site had been dedicated days. During the recent excava-
on May 20 for the benefit of the 4tiop only one casket was found,
students. The persident attended but there were many graves, and
and participated in the dedication., ithe artifacts that were found date
There will be a second dedication back to 1800-1890, and there is the
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theory that this could be the site
of the old slave mart which is
known to have been somewhere in
this area. It will be most interest-
ing to find out what this second
excavation will prove.'
, Since the St. Joseph Historical
Society was organized more than
11 years ago it has been interested
in locating the original constitution
of the state of Florida. Many ef-
forts have been made, all to no
avail, but the society is still hop-
ing to find it and is planning to.
resume its efforts.' 4
With the underwater project,
the Iola recreation center, the pre-
servation of the two portions of
the St. Joseph-Iola Railroad be4,
the continued preservation and
beautification of the old Cemetery,
the new excavation and other pro-
jects, the Society has a busy time
-b i.: e*
Members of Melody Rebekah Lodge
SEnjoying Successful and Active Year
I The members o'nf Melodv Rebekah No. 15 paid her official visit to
when the marker is ready,, prob- I A. .. .. .
ably after school opens in the fall. I Birth Announcemeht Lodge are enjoying an active year Melody Lodge bn Thursday evening
The underwater project should Captain and Mrs. David J. Odum under the leadership of Mrs. Shir- June 4. She was duly honored with
be getting under way in the near announce the birth of a daughter, lay Webb, Noble Grand. the honors of the degree, a cour-
future, Bob ElIzey was appointed to Deborah Lynn, May 28 in Harrison, Club 22 has been outgoing so- tesy and gift from Melody. Guests
at Tea u.b o E" D nas een outgoingso-
set up a meeting with divers both'Arkansas. Captain Qduni is the .ci,.ally and in raising funds they from Wewahitchka, Lynn Haven,
at- Tea in Panama City and in Port St. .oe son of Rev, and Mrs. J. C. Odum .have a gone about don good Panama City and iort St. Joe weret
And to serve, as special projects. 6f.this city and is currently sta ea goneAout inggoo
chairman. The contract provides tioned in Vietnam on e oc eve. Mrs. Harwell who both challenge
bud vase containing yellow rose that a marine representative will Melody wil give banquet hon d inspired the group by o
the hostess. Misses Brenda Wall, CARD OF THANKS boring Mrs. Hazel RobinsonofKis. the plans ofthe State Presi
Barbara Buzzett shared in keep- wish to express my thanks to immee president of the Rebekah dent, Mrs. Robinson, whom heea
book. Altr Society Pla Dr. Shirley Simpson, Dr. Hendrix Assembly of Florida on Fridayeve- representing thi area.
ach were Misses Nancy Abstein 0al W and to the entire hospital staff as e e A social hour followed in which
eech. Mrs. C. R Wall, Mrs. W. S for well as to my many friends who rican Legon al. en members and guests were served
rs. D. tMapresidedover the c were so thoughtful during my re- from all over Florida are expected refershments of cake, sandwiches,
Mrs. D B.May presided over the he Ladies Altar, Society of St. cent illness and stay in the hospi. to attend- cookies, dip,; salad, iced tea'and
Joseph Catholic Church invites\the tal. Mrs Contess Harwell District coffee.
n will become the bride of Jas- people of Port St. Joe to a recep Your kindness was very much ap Deputy President of District 2, and MARY E. WEEKS,
h, IV, on July 11 at St. Joseph tion honoring Father William preciated. May God bless you all. a member of Panama City Lodge Reporter
Crowe and Father David Shea on NEI GORE I
to above, left to right are Mrs. Sunday, June 14 from 3 to 5 p.m. '
mother of the bride-elect, the at St. Joseph'ls Rectory on Eighth visitim Parents "* Ih e pt* C
he honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Street. Mrs. Robert West, Jr., and son, Highland View' Baptist Church
. Robbie of Tallahassee spent last 225 Fifth Street WILLIAM STEPHENS, Pastor
Vitro Wives Will Meet week here visiting Mrs. West's par-
Hi.ghlan Ve. Vitro Wives dWin Meet wneents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dockery. Sunday School Sunday, 9:45 A.M. -
g and View F.D. Tuesday "llon e t A d F Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Planning Barbecue nThe Vitro Wives Club will meet Atted m s us Creech and Training Union 6:15 P.M.
next Tuesday, June 16 at 7:30 p.m. daughters an Evenin 7:30 P.M.
Highland View's Volunteer Fire 'in the Florida Power Corporation' daughters' Cecelia and Beth, Mr. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Department will b raising funds 'lounge. and Mrs. Jim Filliigim and daugh- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.
for the Department on Saturday, ter and Kenneth Creech attended
June 20 with 'a chicken barbecue' All Vitro wives are urged to be the Creech family reunion hlid Visitors are Cordially Welcome
supper to be served at the Firepresent recently at Lake Gant, Ala
Department station on Ninth! -
Serving will start at-4:00 p.m. .
with platesselling for$l each
In addition to the barbecue, a
horse shoe pitching tournament
will be held with trophies present-'
ed to the winners. A small entry' I
fee will be charged. "I |
.Letter to Editor. .
Editor,. The Star
Port St. Joe
I would like to take this oppor-
tunity to compliment the people
of Gulf County for a splendid
and excellent job being done by
the Rangers and personnel of the
Florida Board of Parks and His-
tiric Memorial, T. H. Stone Park,
Port St. Joe, and the Deputy of
your county, on Memorial Day,
May 30, in trying to rescue a
drowning victim. It was good to
see that employees of both Park
and County officials working to-
gether along with all the indi-
viduals who tried- to save and
find the victim.
Also perhaps the knowledge
that our thoughts are with the
family of the victim at this time
and maybe will help just a little
bit to sustain them.
Mr. and Mrs. William
Midet investmentss That Y"'ld
Dr. Lawrence L. Crawford
The Establishment of Facilities for the Practice of
CH IR 0 PRACTICE
and cordially invites everyone to an
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City County Summer Recreation Program
Recreation: Tennis, softball, table ten-
nis, basketball, volleyball, checkers, ca-
rooms and other small group games.
Swimming Mon., and Wed., A.M., Tues. 8:30 to 12:00 Noon
and Thurs., p.m., Field trips. 1:00 to 3:30 P.M.
Teenage and adult night softball Tues.,
Wed., Thurs. nights. Fun night on
Thurs. nights. 9:00 to 12:00 Noon
Reading 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.
Arts and Crafts 8:30 to 12:00 Noon
K through 12
K through 12
5 through 12
Port St. Joe High School Basketball, softball, volleyball, table
tennis, badminton, checkers, carooms,
and other small group games 8:30 to 12:00 Noon Coach Taylor 7 through 12 (Morning for 7th graders)
Reading program 1:00 to 3:30 P.M. Mrs. Fite 7 through 12
High School registration, scheduling
and individual guidance Mr. Wuthrich 7 through 12 Individual appointments
Highland View Elementary Recreation: Swimming Mon., and Wed.
a.m., Tues., and Thurs., p.m. Basketball
softball, table tennis and other small 8:30 to 12:00 Noon Mr. Blick K through 12 Register, June 15
group games 1:00 to 3:30 P.M. Coach Stevens
Reading Mrs. Howell K through 6 Individual schedules
Port St. Joe Elementary Recreation: Swimming Mon. and Fri.,
a.m., Tues., and Thurs., p.m. Trampo.
line and trampoline ball, carooms,.
checkers, shuffleboard, table tennis, Coaches Lewter, Floor
softball, other small group games -- Mrs. Parrish 2nd and 3rd grades
Reading 1:00 to 3:30 P.M. Mrs .Whitfield 4, 5 and 6 grades
STAC House Small group games Monday through
Friday 2:00 to 9:00 P.M. Mr. Barlow 4 thru 12 grades
Teen-age dance Friday 8:30)11 P.M. Mrs. Parker
Volleyball for teen-age girls---------Time varies Gail Richards Individual schedules
Courts on 16th Street
Tennis Courts on 8th Street by Tennis instruction 8:30 to 11:00 A.M. Mr. Barlow. 5 through 12 grades Courts on 16th St., at-Washing-
,the STAC House Adult tennis instruction will be given ton High and behind Bank are
by appointment. Call Mr. Barlow or available for play when not in
Mr. Scott -----------------------4:00 to 6:00, P.M. Mr. Scott *. use for instruction
8:30 to 11:00 AM.
16th Street Golf Course
Golf lessons and supervised play --. 1:00 to 3:30 P.M.
Ages 9 and up
Lawns Tend to Become Lumpy and Bumpy
by HERVEY SHARPE-
University of Florida
A lawn is like an 'ole fashion
corn-shuck mattress-both tend to
get lumpy and bumpy.
Since kneading and rustling the
painful bumps out of the bed is
a lost art, this narrows the sub-
ject down to smoothing out a
There are scores of reasons why
a lawn becomes as'unsightly as the Leg-size roots coming to the sur- ply to fill the ruts caused by the ing better than you perhaps, you
scatter rug on the rumpus room face is a good sign that the ele- heavy delivery trick. Scatter the can reduce your fertilizer bills by
floor after a small fry television ments are taking their toll of lawn top soil into the depression in the experimenting to discover how
party. Some dents in the outdoor top soil. Usually, leg-size roots are lawn and rake the newly added 'much fertilizer it takes to keep
carpet may have been caused by middle-aged, gnarled and unsightly real estate as smoothly as possible. your lawn green 'but not lush
the lumbering cement mixer de- as other legs of the same age. So I growing.
livering material for the patio, the if you desire to hide ugliness, the Usually lawn -grasses will peep
utility truck hauling away a dead'answer is simple-cover up. Cloth through all but the thickest appli-
tree, or the ruts made by last win- is suggested for legs and loamy cation of top soil. So unless you
ter's mobile home visitors. Rain soil for roots. have made a complete changeof
and wind also erode wrinkles into' When ordering a load of soil, geography of yur yard it wiR be'
landwin.dbelsurertoewrinekansample unnecessary to sprig in grass fol-
a lawn. I be sure to-include an ample sup-lowing a liberal bole filling opera-
If you scatter top soil over the
m entire lawn area, it is a good idea R I
I Ito make a light application of fer- 0 0
tilizer prior, to sifting on. the terra
Sfirma, To insure 'that the fertilizer
Hf. ih'tefey-U -fl won't burn "covered blades, you 0
Ibmay lik f to\spnrikle the lawn be- -
fore applying top soil. -" .
IF YOU DON'T SEE IT ASK F6R IT!
OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 11, 12, 13
16 Oz..Pkg. Frosty Morn Del Monte Cream or Family Style
VEAL STEAKS---pkg. 99c CORN -----3 cans 69c
Captain Hook --2 Lb. Bag Frozen
FISH STICKS--- 8 oz. 29c FRENCH FRIES--- pkg. 39c
Georgia Grade "A"
SMALL EGGS 3 doz. 79c
Golden Ripe : Round White
BANANAS -------- b. 12c POTATOES -- O1 lbs. 69c-
With $7.50 Order or More
10 ibs. 99c
Boneless Rolled SIRLOIN or
CHUCK ROAST, lb. 79c RIB STEAK lb. 99c
Whole Copeland, 9 to 12 lb. avg. Whole or Half
RUMP ROAST.. lb. 79c Tenderized HAMS Ilb. 59c
Boneless Fresh Ground
Sirloin Tip ROAST Ib. 99c HAMBURGER 3 lbs. $1.49
Sirloin Tip STEAK ._ Ib. $1.09 'Round ROAST--- l- b. 79c
Full Cut While They Last
Georgia Grae A'
j'iGHWAY 9W HGmTRAND VIEW
Fertilizing the lawn at this time
is a good idea- with or without top
soiling. However, don't place too
heavy a hand in the fertilizer 'bag
or you will help your subdivision
get the reputation of being the 40
most fertile acres in the commun-
ity. .-This title is usually reserved
for homes where the stork makes
annual visits, so don't give it dou-
Farmers often grow lush grass in
their pastures on a few hundred
pounds of, fertilizer per acre. Re-
member, if you don't intend to
graze-the lawn with cows, cutting
lush over-fertilized grass is a
Teasing grass with tiny applica-
tions of plint food won't aggravate
the grass into excessive growth,
nor, aggravate you, if you have to
mow twice a week.
Try applying 15 pounds of a 6-6-6
or similar analysis fertilizer per
1,000 square feet of lawn area. If
your lot is 100 x 150 feet you are
paying taxes on about one-third
of an acre. Subtracting the areas
of the house, the drive way, the
tool shed and the flower: beds,
most likely 150 pounds of fertilizer
is ample for one application.
Even a hundred pounds of plant
food may be adequate to keep your
outdoor carpet green and thrifty.
Since lawn grasses can take diet-
CARD OF THANKS
I want to express my apprecia-
tion to the hospital staff and Dr.
Wayne Hendrix for care during my
stay in the hospital last week.,
Green Thumb Tipd
Among many dwarf mari-'
golds, the 6-inch-tall Petites are
most useful. Yellow, gold and
orange-flowered varieties are
listed and a bicolor, Petite Har.
many, has blossoms-with ma.
hogany guard petals surround.
ing a gold-crested center.
286 REID AVENUE
Thursday, Friday and Saturday June 11, 12 and 13
New Fresh Arrivals!
GOLD FISH EACH
12 Qt. Utility Pail 2 PIECES
12 Qt. Rectangular Dish Pan
14 Qt. Red Waste Basket
5 Compartment Cutlery Tray
Beg. 67c Each $ 100
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20 Inch Electric
Breeze Box Fan $12.88
9x12 Reg. $5.99
328 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
Washington High School
THE STAPL Port St. Joe, Fk. 32456
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
High Water Stalls Fishing In Area
Streams; Lakes Still'Producing
Best way to catch fresh water the water in large numbers.
fish in Northwest Florida this week Bluegill fishing is still good al-
is to work the lakes, according to most everywhere. Juniper Lake,
the Game and Fresh Water Fish Lake lamonia at Tallahassee, Deer
Commission. :Point Lake at Panama City, Lake
Heavy rains and high water last Victor in Holmes County and Dead
week end have temporarily put the Lakes at Wewahitchka, which also
Chipola, Apalachicola, Choctawhat. has high water from the Chipola
chee, Yellow, Shoal, Blackwater River runoff, have only fair pan-
and Escambia Rivers and Holmes fish success going right now. -
Creek, plus most tributaries to Good catches at present, how-
these streams, in poor fishing con- ever, are reported on Lake Semi-
dition. nole at Sneads, Merritt's Mill Pond
The high winds whipped up a at Marianna, Ocheese Pond at
better oxygen condition in -the wa- Grand Ridge and on Lakes Jackson,
ter and rains this time of year al. Miceosukee and Talquin at Talla-
ways tend to make fishing better hassee.
when things settle down again.I The Lower Ochlockonee River
Forecasts are that the favorable and New and Crooked River in
fishing conditions now prevailing Franklin county, have good blue-
will continue for the next several. gill and redbreast fishing, also
days. good channel catfishing.
Now that school is out,- the num- Summer heat has not as yet be-
bers of family fishing parties are come a factor in Northwest Florida
greater and the pressure on :pan- fishing and both water tempera-
fish angling is heavy. Also, cane- tures and the moderate June wea-
polers, acting as if, buying a fish-.'ther should produce -good catches
ing license some 60 days away is of all kind of fresh water fish dur-
some sort of plague, are also on ing the next several days.
YES WE'RE STILL OLD FASHIONED!
Here at SMITH'S PHARMACY, we still feel that
every customer is our personal friend, and we'll do
our best to satisfy his personal or medicinal require-
We're Old Fashioned too, in that .we are one
of the few remaining FULL SERVICE drug stores--
Soda Fountain, Tobacco Department, Cameras. and
Film, Cosmetics, Greeting Cards, Stationery-and of
course, our complete Prescription Department. We
carry not only the newest drugs and sundries, but -
the 'slow-pokes' as well. Need any Pumice Stone?
Shoe Strings? Camphor Gum? Father John? or
Swamp Root? we've got 'em all. TRY SMITH'S
WE USE HEALTH SAVE A TAX SYSTEM
Bookkeeping system. Receipt given with each prescription
for income tax or insurance purposes. If lost, we have a
permanent record for you on our family medical record, with
idiosyncrasies. Have your doctor phone us or bring your pre-
scription in for these complete records. .
JUST ANOTHER SERVICE RENDERED
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS I
Drive In Window for Prescriptions At Rear of Store
2 FREE PARKING SPACES AT OUR REAR DOOR
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THE"STAR. POrt )t. Joe, Fla. 32456
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
Frye Praises Gulf.Sportsmen for,
Attitude In Game Protection
'Dr, Earl Frye of Tallahassee, di- should help pay the bill. area rivers were not being stocked session of the legislature made it,
- rector of the Florida Game and I The sportsmen met with Frye with fingerlings. He said many a most successful year for contin-
Fresh Water Fish Commission told and a few area legislators at the'things affect the amount of fish in ued protection and preservation of
a group of Gulf County Sports- 'Big 10 Camp on the Brothers Ri- area streams and that stocking game resources.
" Club members.Saturday that vor Saturday afternoon for therl would have little effect on the The sportsmen presented a rec-
ti.cane pole fishing license fee regular monthly meeting to talk fish population. commendation to Frye that a lock
wouid provide funds 'for the con-, with the law makers and game of. be installed in the Dead Lakes Dam
4truction of fishing lakes in West ficials concerning game laws and Frygame laws passed that in his opinion at Weaitchka to allow for per-
Florida and would provide reve- management. The sportsmen were iodic draining to kill excessive
Sue for other services from the particularly interested in the de- grass gro vth in the lake. Frye
commission which they cannot now apartment's plans for the Edward ,agreed that the project was a
r.ffr, due tn lack of funds. Ball Game Management Area.near I ...J.J L. needed one.
Frye subscribed to the theory Port St. Joe.
.lit if game is to be preserved and Frye went the whole route of
protected for everyone, everyone -game control and explained why
Power Tool Quiz
There are manydo's and don't when working with'electric
power,tools. Mistakes often end up in mishaps and can be seri-
e&s. Take the following quiz offered by the Power Tool Insti-
tute and see if you're the do-er or don't-er.
L' When using electric tools, it is safe to stand on wet ground or grass-
as long as you wear rubber footwear. T F
2. If your power tool plug has three prongs and the outlet is a two
prong model, the third prong can be removed to fit T F
3. The cord on a power tool Is made so that it can double as a handle or
hanger. T F
4. The proper place for the electric hedge trimmer cord is over the
shoulder when cutting. T F
5. Double'insulated power tools and those with three-prong plugs are
equally safe. T F
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i&jp s] punoao aqi Iilun !u& SEMA1IV *ON 'r
SBrother of F. E.
Funeral services were hel
day morning of last week in Pan.
'ama City for Edwin Davis Brogdon,
40, brother of F. E. (Chub) Brog-
don of this city.
Brogdon passed away Wednesday
UyUS ,-LUUU U U y jHe also commended the county Ot
and its sportsman's club for its Mrs.
o0rla GrOUp recent interest and support in the City;
game management area. "We did- City;
n't feel you would support such a ama
The Georgia Chapter of the Hos- venture. We want you to keep Broag
pital Financial Management Asso- the good attitude you have now." ters,
ciation, at its annual conference at A life-time membership in the Elea
Stone Mountain, Georgia, recently Sportsman's Club was-presented to City,
announced its selection of Ken- H. R..Maige by past president John
neth E. Dykes as recipient of the Henry Pridgeon of Wewahitchka.
Chapter's coveted "Most Valuable Maige has been very cooperative 'E
Member" award for 1970. with the Club in their game pre-
Dykes, -son of Mr. and Mrs. N. servation measures. He is the unit '
E Dykes of Ward Ridge and a forester for the St. Joe Paper
1964 graduate of the Port St. Joe Company. The game management
High School, was commended for area is on SJPC property. Lo
his outstanding service to the Four
Georgia organization and resulting SERVING AT PENSACOLA and
contribution to Georgia hospitals. NAVAL AIR STATION hitch
He was cited as one of the young my
est Essr,ciation members to serve, Navy Chief Petty Officer James servi
as Comptroller of a major area IT. Austin, husband of the former Batta
hospital abd for his efforts to ad- Miss Dorothy M. Abbey of Route Sp
vance the educational programs for 3, St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, is awar
hospital personnel sponsored by now serving at the Naval Air Sta- a he
the chapter. Dykes is presently Di- tion in Pensacola. Comr
rector ef Fiscal Affairs of North-'
side Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.'
The Hospital Financial Manage- I
ment Association is a national or-;
Canization, of which the Georgia,
chapter is a member, dedicated t-)
promotion of sound financial man-
agement in hospitals. Its member- .
ship is composed of hospital finan-
cial managers, allied personnel of, .
CPA firms, and allied personnel .
of governmental agencies.
,AAMn-t investments -willh
* .- ,--,'-~ ---~~a m~ m a~ m~ niIun
I IF l., _-_
ist week in ~a Panama City "hos-
brvices were held from the.
;h Funeral H-ome Chapel .,ith-
Rev: Charles Jim Marsh ,con.,
ing. Masonic rites were given
raveside in Greenwood Ceme-
her survivors include his wife.
Martha Brogdon of Panama
one son, Craig of Panama
; a daughter, Brenda of Pan- ,
City: mother. Mrs. Eva 'R.
gdon of Panama City; two sis-
Mrs. Edith Moeller and Mrs.'
nor Savage, both of Panama
ng Binh, Vietnam-Specialist,
* Earl Forehand, son of Mr.
Mrs. Falmer Forehand, Wewa-
hka, recently received the Ar-
Commendation Medal while
ng with the 169th Engineer
lion near Long Binh, Vietnam.
ec. 4 Forehand earned the
d for meritorious service as
avy equipment operator with
pany D of the battalion.
From coast to coast, cleesec-akes are enjoying a popularity
boom, and people have becon.e especially fond of the rich creamy
kind like this Deluxe Mocha Cheesecake. Jell-O Milk Chocolate
'Pudding and Pie Filling, instant coffee, and spice are responsible
for the lovely subtle flavor, v.cll worth a departure from a diet.
*, : Deluxe Mocha Cheesecake
/ cup finely crushed graham 1, cup milk
*- cracker crumbs 3. packages (8 oz. e.ch)
1 tablespoon granulated sugar cream cheese, softened
2 tablespoons butter, melted 3 egg yolks \
1 package (38 oz.) milk 2 teaspoonsvanilla
chocolate pudding and :Y teaspoon salt
pie filling WA' teaspoon cinnamon
-,- cupgranulated-sugar 3 egg whites
'1 tablespoon instant quality I cup (8 oz.) sour cream
S 'coffee -. 1 4 cup confectioners' sugar
'lix crumbs, 1 tablespoon' granulated sugar, and butter.
Sprinkle on sides and press in bottom of greased 9-inch spring-
form pan. Combine pudding mix, % cup granulated sugar, the
instant coffee, and milk in saucepan. Cook and stir over medium
heat until mixture comes to full boil. Remove from heat; cover.
In large bowl, beat cream cheese with electric mixer or rotary
beater until fluffy. Add egg yolks; beat well. Blend in vanilla,
salt, cinnamon, and pudding. Beat egg whites until they form
soft rounded peaks; fold into pudding mixture, Pour over crumbs
in pan. Bake on lowest oven rack at 425' for about 35 minutes
or until center is set when lightly touched. Blend sour cream
and confectioners' sugar; spread -.ver hot cheesecake and bake
2 minutes longer at 425'. (Topping should not brown.) Cool
thoroughly. Garnish as desir l. Makes 10 to 12 servings.
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Danley by Jamison
Mattress, Box Springs
252 Coil Deep Quilt Beg. $89.50
In Walnut or Maple Locking Grn Compartment
Westinghouse Model RVK09
53 lb. freezer storage big storage door egg storage
Full depth shelves -_ built-in quality takes only
24" ,of floor space
Sylvania 184 Sq. Inch
Give Him A
Choice of colors
Studies show newspapers to be
the most effective medium of
advertising your business
Build Your Business In Port St. Joe by Advertising In
Phone '227-3161 for Courteous Help In Your Advertising Program
THE TAR Pot S. J~, Ia. 245 THUSDA, JNE 1, 170 AGENIr
RICH nd SONS' IGA
L OW ,
46 OUNCE CANS
Shortening 3 lbs
TA7;4- eI AAt nn rtV-.
wVm -Lpi.L.uu Lur
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--PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
BONDWARE PARTY PACK 150 Count
-S$1.00 Paper Plates
I Tiny PEAS
ttB JBama Strawberry 8 Oz. Jar
IDE 1 9 C"
NLY wiTws COUPONS
oNY IGA Food Stores
V-0- 7 OFFER EXPIRES JUNE 17, 1970
LIMIT 1 COUPON PER PURCHASE
Showboat No. 2% Cans
, Ga. Grade "A" Large With $15.00 Order or More
I dozen EGGS .
Georgia Grade "A"
FREE Pork& Beans 5
The Light One 48 Ounce
89c Crisco OIL
S POUND L H10
Ga. or Fla. Grade '"A" c
FRYER BACKS ------ ----4 Ib. pkg. $1.00
Copeland 12 Oz. Pkgs.
PICNIC WIENERS ----------- 2 pkgs
ALL MEAT BOLOGNA ---__ Ib. pkg
SLICED PORK LOIN _._ _. 11
COOKED HAM----------. 31b. can
NEC Potato Snacks 141 Oz. Pkg.
CHIPSTERS -----------_ pkg. 39c
Roberts 18 Oz. Pkg.
- pkg. 29c
Compare Prices & Take IGA Low Nat.Ad. You
Home the Savings Price Price Save
1 Lb., 8 Oz. I
Sandwich Bread I 31c 39c 8c
Hot Dog Buns 25c 31c 6c
Whole Wheat --
BREAD 25c 34c
Brown and Serve
ROLLS 31c 35c 4c
Raisin ROLLS 33c 39c 6
French Bread 25c 33c 8c
PORK' NECK ONES---------
Robin Hood Cool Rise 8 -1f
5 Pound Bag
FLOUR 48C I4
With $10.00 Order
IGA Cut Blue Lake
4 Ibs. $1.00
lb. pkg. 79c
BONELESS STRIP STEAK ----- lb. $1.88
Tablerite, R ,
FRESH GROUND CHUCK r---- lb.
Morton's 11 Oz. Pkg.
FROZEN DINNERS-------- 2 for
FISH STICKS----------- lb. pkg.
Supreme Round Half
Philadelphia 8 oz. pkg.
CREAM CHEESE -------
8 oz. 33c
Delight 1 Lb. Pkgs.
OLEOMARGARINE ---- 2 pkgs.
IGA Quart Jar With $10.00 Or
SLICED BEEF UVER ---------lb. 49c 4
4 4 4q 4A
Folger's Mountain Grown
MB!I :. Pound Can
t 6Coffee 9
SPECIALS FOR JUNE 10, 11, 12, 13
7 oz. $1.29
med. tube 59c
LOCAL HOME GROWN
IGA CANNED "
IGA CANNED .
FRYING OKRA ---- bag
CUCUMBERS or Cello Bag
FOOD -- _----- 9 jars
V IGA Sliced or Crushec
3 No. 00
^^* *** ^
BELL PEPPERS----- bag 23c
YELLOW SQUASH ---- bag 39c
FRESH SHELLED DAILY In Cello Bags
RAD ISHES ------- bag
GOOD RIPE SINGLE
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E, J. Rich and Sons
YELLOW or WHITE
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THE STIAR, Port St. Joe, [-Ia. 32456
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970 PGN
SAVE- CASH AT, RICW'S -- NOT, STAMVPS
THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
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Then, of course...
(Delivers plenty of ice cubes, too!!)
AND IT'S FLAMFI FSS
A suggestion from the Folks at
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
S -helping to build better communities
What hot.weather -starts, cold
weather finishes both extremes
drain battery power. But before
you fill the air with electrifying
oaths, see us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with.
It .Iattery trouble is
your problem, we carry
and recommend .the
finest NAPA bat-
IMNAPi teries. There simply
nly to Florida 32304. twice, and again before mailing the way Patrol station and Driver Li-
ddress The new procedure will work in license, the Department will check cense office. Expert help with any
ent of the following manner: its computer records to be sure kind of license problem will be
it will 1. The driver will receive in the that the driver's license is not un- available there.
ime to mail a renewal notice from the De- der suspension or revocation. This avalale ere
renewal apartment when it is time to start check will do much to eliminate At the field office, the driver
trough the renewal procedure. fraudulent issuances of licenses. will be given a temporary licenseJO
re He will formill ut and sigetun this If a driver does not receive a for use while his permanent li-
a new with the proper fee to the D renewal application by the first of cense is being renewed. The tem-
wtth prprfetthe De" the month in which his old license
should apartment. .e,, h a fe porary license will be valid only
otice expires, he should contact a field .
ohce ,3. The Department will mail office of the Department for help. if accompanied by a Florida dve.
enses; the new license to the driver. There are more than 100 field of- license that has been expired no
iassee, Before sending the renewal no- fices, including any Florida High- more than 45 days.
S ne a PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc. JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION,
manner, the driver has or
W f keep his current mailing a
Drivers Licenses Will Come Tallahassee. The Depare
remind him of the proper ti
m Ta I I renew by sending him a re
T notice and will lbad, him th
Sy I .the proper renewal procedu
TALLAHASSEE-After 30 years Motor Vehicles in Tallahassee. evolve only the method of renewing 'Any driver who moves to
of issuing driver licenses through his license. He still will renew in mailing address immediately
the 67 coissunties, Florida switches through Advantages of the new issuance his birth month on expiration of send a "Change of Address N
July 1, 1970, to a new central issue to the driver, who may r convenew with- his present license; the new li- to: Division of Driver Lic
system.1970, to a new central issue to the dver leaving ho may renew witcense still will be good for two Kirkman Building; Tallal
system out ever leaving home; greater years; and the fee will remain the
Licenses renewed as they expire economy and efficiency; and asame.
after that date will be mailed di- greater safeguard against issuance To renew in the easiest possible
rectly to the driver from the De- of fraudulent licenses., i ..
apartment of Highway Safety and For the driver, the changes in-
S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
D. (Sam- Shuemake
H D. (Sam Sh remake COURT IN AND FOR GULF
S" COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
sayIn R Estate oL
DAVID C. ARNETT'
"When a society is perishing, the true Deceased.
advice to give to those who would NOTICE TO CREDITORS
restore it is to recall it to theprin- TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALLAMS
ciples from which it had sprung." DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
You, and each of you, are hereby
Join with notified and required to present
any claims and demands which
fnr AMERIA you, or either of you. may have
PATRIOTS for AMERICA against the estate of DAVID C. AR.
NETT, deceased late of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Honorable' S. P.
P. 0. Box 1, Chipley, Florida Husband, County Judge of Gulf
'County, and file the same in his
office in the County Courthouse iu
Gulf County, Florida, within six
(6) calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant
There are and to be sworn to and presented
Sr a .as aforesaid, or same will be barr-
various ways .. ed. See Section 733.16 Florida Sta-
various ways tutes.
to defrost Dated this 2nd day of June, A.
to defrost D. 1970.
MARGUERITE A. TOOTLE
S a refrigerator... As Administratrix of the
a3 ref g t Estate of DAVID C. AR-
WILLIAM J. RISH,
303 Fourth Street 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 6-4
Attorney for Administratrix
NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 89
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids at the City Clerk's
Office, City Hall, Port St Joe, Flor-
ida 32456, until 4:00 p.m., June'
16, 1970, on a used Street Sweep-
er with the following specifications:
1. Heavy-dtuy truck type-4 for-
ward speeds transmission.
2. 12 volt electrical system, 30
amp. generator, starter, 70 amp.
3. Main broom with hydraulic
S .... .. suspension and snubbing. Minimum
36'' diameter and 68" long, refilU-
able and reversible with 12" dia-;
meter, steel, core filled with 26"
I ^ standard fibres, variable speed.
.4 Side broom-vertical digger I
,.." type, hydraulically suspended, with
rearward and sideward angular ad-I
",. | justment. 36" diameter, fitted
S' with four quickly detachable seg-
m nnts filled with 26" oil tempered -
steel brush wire, variable speed.
"* 5. Conveyor system multiple-, RETREA
S'ply reinforced. rubber conveyor I
belt with integrally molded cleats
2" high. Reversible hydraulic drive
motor with relief valve.
S6. Dirt hopper-3 cu. yds., quick
opening front discharge door, hy-
draulically operated by two double-
acting hydraulic cylinders.
SI 7. Water spray system-200 gal-
S" n capacity with spray nozzles lo-
cated adjacent to side broom and'
main broom with fine mesh strain- 0 5
er to protect pump and nozzles. .W
SHigh pressure gear type pump,
pump drive and valve controls lo- DELUXE CHAMPIC
cated in driver's compartment.
8. Minimum dimensions: Wheel k,. AW-Ak",
base, 219"; overall length, 190"; Fords, Chevys
m aximum height without cab, 81"; and Plymouths
Maximum rigid width, 102"; turn. 7n75-14 o
ing radius, 15 feet (sweeping);! 7 75-14 or 7.75-15
sweeping path, one side broom, 8 BLACKWALLS
S' feet;f sweeping path, two brooms, A l
9. Engine must be adequate size Sp
and horsepower to operate equip-
S' All prices must be F.O.B., Port
S'." St. Joe, Florida. The City of Port
St. Joe reserves the right to ac- WHITEWALL
cept or reject3any or all bids re- for $102
'ceived. Plus 1.97 or
S City Auditor and Clerk 2t $2.04 per tire Fed,
tires off your car.
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Floridians Get 11 Per Cent More Social
Social security payments to Flor-
ida residents came to $1,147,797,-
000 last year, 11 per cent more
than in 1968 compared with a na-
T I PI 4ES
tional average increase of 7 per
cent, Ronald S. Spencer, Jr., exec-
utive vice president of the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce said
"'This sum was paid directly to
Floridians in monthly 'payments.
By December the monthly total
nad escalated to $96,013,000, mount
of v'hich was spent in Florida. Cur-
oent legislation now moving thru
Congress would add an estimated
$4.8 million monthly to the pay-
uments to Floridians by January of
next year," Spencer added.
The number of Florida residents
wno were drawing their social se-
cu ity by year's end 1969 .1s given
in the chamber's Weekly Busine.ss
Review as 1,096,333, a 3 pe. cent
increase during that year.
This number means that one
Florida resident out of every six
is receiving a social security
check. The national average is
one out of eight. Retired workers,
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, PFl. 3245b THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
Security Bob Kerrigan, Sr., Addresses Kiwanis Club Auxiliary Gives Thanks
.o.hecu r", Kr. sid The Hospital Auxiliary wishes to
Bob Kerrigan, Sr., a former resi- for the church", Kerrgan s thank the following ladies who do-
disabled workers or their families dent of Port St. Joe and now liv- "One cannot hide an act of corn- nated items to the Thrift Shop
or heirs are all included. ing near Detroit, Mich., spoke to mitment. Commitment breeds sin- during the month of May:
The larger proportion of recip- the Kiwanis Club Tuesday on the 'cerity and sincerity gets confi-: Esi Blount, Mrs. Betty
ients in Florida is a reflection of subject of "Getting Involved". dence in a person's character and Fensom, Mrs. Dot Grossman, Mrs.
the larger number of retirees iv-' Kerrigan stated that only by the honesty". Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. Richard Por-
ing in the state. Christian creeds and beliefs can "How many are willing to pro- ter, Mrs. John Robert Smith, Mrs.
Social security payments repre- we make progress. The root of all claim, 'I am a Christian'?" Kerrigan Louise Thompson and Mrs. Barbara
senftd a little more than 9 per out problems lay in our unwillness asked. "The more We use our con- Watts.
e nc of tfhe total payroll private to live by the teachings of the Bi- victimn th e more ppwei-ful, they
and public, of employed Floridiars ble. become and the more effective we
last 3ear. The national average, "Lay men.and lay women put arc in shaping the world around,
was 6 ner cent. forth the most effective message us". '
Midget Investments That Y old
Some Plan Takabou..
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THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970
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Plenty of Fra'e Parking
Robert J. Faliski Graduates With
Honors; On Way to Air Force Academy
Prhe Commencement Services of as a result of competitive appoint-
the Florida Air Academy held |ment, was recognized for and
many exciting and proud moments'awarded medals and trophies for
for Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,J. Falis. excellence in, social studies, the
ki, Sr., as they watched and heard Air Force Association Award for
Achievement in JAFROTC pro-
their son, Robert J. Faliski, Jr., be. gram, the Academy PAFROTC tro-
ing lauded for his accomplishments I py and the coveted President's
as an honor cadet at Florida Air ward for the best all round ca-
Academy in Melbourne. det of the graduating seniors of
Robert shared the spotlight with Florida Air Academy. As Saluta-
the main speaker, F. Lee Bailey, torian of the 1970 senior class, Ca-
prominent criminal lawyer and ex. det Faliski stirred the audience of
ecutive director of the Professional parents and guests as he encour-
Air Traffic Controllers' Organiza. aged his classmates to set the chal.
tion. ilenges of the modern world with
The youth who will report to the knowledge and inspiration
the Air Force Academy in Colorado which they received at Florida Air
Springs, Colorado, later this month, Academy.
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Special Meeting Today On Road
The Board of County Commis-
sioners will meet in a specialkses-
sion this afternoon at 1:30 p.m.
to discuss the extension of Long
Avenue adjacent to the new Port
St. Joe High School.
Tom Webb, District Engineer
with the Department of Trans-
portation, will be present for the
meeting. The state has commit-
ted itself to surface the. exten-
sion if the county would do the'
preparation work. This bargain
was made before re-organization
of state government, and- the
meeting this afternoon should
clarify the county's present posi-
tion in the matter since re-organ-
The County has completed pre-
paration of the road bed for the
extension which stretches from
Vila PDnni fn .i- .. M WiI
SJ.NiC oaUB to intersection with
Several Faculty Members Shifted; Themeeting will be held in
the Commission meeting room at
Others Hired for New School Term the Courthouse.
The lightest agenda in several instructor, and Mrs. Jessie Price, Lady Bowlers Fete
months -faced the Gulf County in the math department, both at Sponsors at 'Dinner
School Board last week. Port St. Joe High.
The Board accepted the resigna- The Gulf County Ladies Bowl-
Several faculty members were tons of Francis Dady and Paul ing League held their banquet on
hired for, the 1970-71 school year Miller of Wewahitchka Hi g h June 5 at Butler's Restaurant. The
with some resignations accepted. School. league members had their bus-
Billy Versiga was approved for The Board accepted the bid of bands and sponsors as guests.
employment as- a social studies the Lawson Floor Company of Ft. Sponsors attending were Mr. and
teacher and coach at Port St. Joe Worth, Texas to supply the basket- Mrs. Joe Parrott for St. Joe Kraft;
High School. William Smith was ball goals in the new Port St. Joe Mr, and Mrs. Walter Dodson of
transferred from Washingtoni High gymnasium. Universal Bleachers Florida First National Bank, Mr.
to the Port St. Joe High social stu- of Champagne, Illinois was the and Mrs. John Blount for St. Joe'
dies 'department. Miss Barbara successful bidder ;to furnish the Furniture and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Dennis was employed as an art gym bleachers: Allen for Pete Weed Accounting.
The league offered its thanks to
,' the sponsors for their, attendance
and their help offered during the
After the dinner, trophies and
b pins were awarded to the various
a u believe Imembers. /
Officers elected for the coming
"l year include: President, Nancy
''m V^OO I S Nock; vice-president," Loyce Bea-
man; ,secretary treasurer, Eula
S- Dickey and sergeant-at-arms, Bren-
AN' da Mathis.
S A1 /PR The league expressed its thanks
SAOCULA to: Shirley Whitfield for the fine
P ,it 0 t 4 EI RMA job she has done as president for
L Aol e D k the past year.
;Sibvlj -. D- Zka 1k
MINUTES of the :
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
May.26, 1970 -
The G"ui County School Board
met in special .session on the above
date. The following members were
present and-acting: J. K. Whitfield,
Gene Raffield.and Waylon Graham.
Board members Rich and Roe-
mer were absent.
Tle Superintendent was present
The Board received bids for
equipment for a vocational elec-
tronics program that will be initiat-
ed at Port St. Joe High School in
the school year 1970-71. Bids were
received from the following com.
Alabama Materials Company, D.
C. Jaeger Corporation and De Vry
" The Superintendent was directed
to compile and tabulate the bids
for the Board's consideration at a
special meeting to be held at 5:00
. p.m., May 29, 1970.
I The Board approved the prelim-
iniry plans for boys arid girls toil-
ets at the present Port St. Joe High
School. This building is being re-
modeled as a K-6 grade school for
the 1970,71 school year.
There being no further business,
the Board g adjourned to meet
again in, regular session on June
2, 1970 at 9:00 A.M., EST.
R. MARION CRAIG, Supt.
B. J. RICH, Sr., Chairman
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
May 29, 1970
The Gulf County School Board
met in special session on the above
date. The following members were
present and acting: B. J. Rich, Sr.,
chairman, Gene Raffield, Waylon
SBoard members Whitfield and
Eoemer were absent.
The Superintendent was present
-The Board accepted the bid for
electronic equipment by the D. C.
Jaeger Corporation in the amount
of $22,992.75. This equipment will
be used in a new vocational elec.
tronics program being initiated at
of this equipment will be met with
State and Federal funds.
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned to meet again
in regular session on June 2, 1970
at 9:00 A.M., EST.
R. MARION CRAIG, Supt.
BR T IRTerr .. C-hrmI, an
306 WILLIAMS AVE.
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FOR SALE: Dachshund puppy. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- LOST: 1971 Port St. Joe High, class-
Thor6ughbred but not registered. ed house. -42 Third -St. Phone ring.' Girl's ring with purple-
227-8642. tfc-6-11 -stone. Initials "SDIH". --Reard.
Also registered stud service. Phone ,FO EN Lar\two :Call 227-8186. 2te-6-4
229-6337. FOR RENTI Lafge\ twe. bedroomix. --
furnished waterfront home. Lo- HELP WANTED: Good working
FOR SALE: 1965 Tudor Falcon. cated at St. Joe Beach. Rent by the conditions. Apply at Arnold's
Standard shift. Good condition. week. Ph. 229-1143. tfc-6-28 Furniture & TV. Phone 229-3611.
Call 227-4466., ltc ,FOR RENT: Furnisnea wo De FR AIR CONDITIONING
room beach,-cottages at St Joe FO AIp ..CONDepaiTIONl l229- a3 -
FOR SALE: Cover for Datsun pick- Beach. Reasonable nt rates lance repair call 229-6 .
up. $150.00. Phone 648-4255 af- Call 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc-7-31 REDUCE safe and fast withW(Q.
ter 4:00p.m. tfc-6-11 FOR RENT:- Houses/in Highland beeTablets and ap wat
tr0 .m View. One partially furnished. S Campbell's Drug. 14p42
FOR SALE: 50-50 Hansen- surf- Call 648-4101 tfc-4-23 THE COTTAGE SHOPPE now- has
F -arS a a- a 4a e, 0 -i f e THE COTTAGE SHOPPE now has-
boater 3 $130 00.m Call 72HOUSE MOVERS new polypropylene phentex yarn,
"We move that house or' building machine washable, and double knit
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with for you. We also buy and sSel es fabrics. o man ^
attic fan, 3 air conditioners, deep, houses. Call is. p at Ti TTAG
well, good neighbors. 100x90 fene- CALL, YAUN and LYNN SHOPPE, red and 'white building
ed yard, good grass, 4 shade trees, House Movers Hiway 8, Beacon Hill. tfc-6-11
one pecan tree. Call 227-8688. 2p 576-7811 or 222,0992 WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy.
FOR SALE: necrelot at o Tallahassee press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos.
FOR SALE: One acrwell and septic FREE KITTENS. Call 227-7606 af- 1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x-2 mostly
Homestead. 210' well and septic no 2 Pine lumber, paints, hard-
tank. Perfect for mobile home. Call ter 5 .. wdre and appliances. PRIDGEON
Dan Pope, 222-7217, Andalusia, Ala- FOUND: At Port St. Joe High BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitch.
bana 5t-5-28 School. Book with name "George ka. tfc-6-11
b H. Boutelle" written inside. Owner
FOR SALE: Two lots with two fur- may have by contacting assistant
FOR SALE: Two lots with two fur- principal Allen Scott' and paying.
nished mobile homes. Facing bus- for this ad., e CLASSIFIED ADSI
iness highway 98, running to wate-r Midet Investments That Yi
front. Two boat docks with deep I NEEDED: 8 8 tatior. attendants. Midget Investments That Yield
channel 15 minutes to Gulf. Good must be honest, sober and reli- Giant Returnsl
water available. Excellent fishing able. Above average pay. Some ex- -'
| and oystering. A good retirement perience desired but not necessary.
and sportsman's paradise. One $5,- No drifters peed apply. See Bill
000 and 1 for $6,500. Apalachicola. Vittum at Vittum's Standard Ser-
Offered by Mrs. Bryant Patton, vice. tfc-4-23 FOR
'kR~io- Aln 6'34531. 4tn-5-28
/ .SAW FILING and carpenter work.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house Bert Hall, Phone 229-6185, White
one block from water. St. Joe City, next to fire station. tfc-2-12
each. $4500. Call 74221 after FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
Sp cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, block 229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave.
and stucco, carpet and air con- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ditioned. 523 7th St. 227-3067. tfe Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937
FOR SALE: 8 room h.use on two o1- 229-3097.
lots. 1 corner lot and house fur-
nished. Across hwy. in front of
school in Wewahitchka. Mrs. Rosa TOMLINSON |
Stevens. tfc-5-21 RADIO and TV REPAIR
FOR SALE: 1965 Cadillac. Has 29,-
151 miles. Call Mrs. Tom Owens,
1110 Long Avenue after 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Cast nets. 121 Second
Avenue, Oak Grove. Phone 227-
FOR SALE: Pulp wood truck. Ph.
FOR SALE: Clarinet. In good con-
dition. For further information
call 227-4491. 2tc-6-4
WANTED TO BUY: Brick or block
home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sin-
gle or double carport. In town. All
replies kept confidential. Call 229-
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
1319 McClellan Ave.
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
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.
In Wewahitchka and
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.--Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RAM.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second arid fourth Tuesday
nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at :.00 p.m.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty.
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