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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-THIRP YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970 NUMBER 41
SThpper Announces Construction to
_.. Start Monday On Country Club
4orge G. Tapper announced yesterday afternoon
that construction of a golf course and country club
complete with swimming pool and recreation facilities
will get underway Monday, June 22, near Port St. Joe.
The facility will be built on property near Simmons
Bayou ,adjacent to Highway 30-A on property formerly
offered to the St. Joseph Bay Country Club for construc-
tion ot a like facility with funds borrowed from the
Farmers' Home Administration, a government agency.
Tappet stated that it now appears that sufficient
funds ,trqi the Farmers' Home Administration will
not be available for building such a facility as pre-
viously, planned and. that certain restrictions have been
placed by FHA for this type of construction that would
not be desirable.
Tapper said his group has now decided to construct
facilities with funds from private sources. A group has
been put together with capital from local.and out; of town
people who have agreed -to underwrite the construction
Upon completion, membership will be open to any-
"one desiring to join.
Plant Grass On Campus
Several boys from Port St. Joe High School
are busily at work sprigging a lawn at the new
Port St. Joe High School. The boys came equip-
ped for the job with a stereo tape player in the
.trunk of a car blaring forth their kind-of music
while, they worked. Almost the whole front lawn
has now been sprigged. Shown hard at work in
the photo above are Mike Wimberly, Steve Ad-
ams, Greg Knox, Larry Copenhaver, Benny Sher-
rill, Norris Langston, Ken Whittle and Kloskla
SFive- Year-Old Wewahitchka Girl
Drowns In Bay Saturday Evening
Five-year-old Mar y Rhonda
,Stokes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.:James C. Stokes of Wewahitchka,
drowned late Saturday afternoon
in St. Joseph Bay, about two
miles -East of St. 'Joseph State
Park on St. Joseph' Peninsula.
The Stokes family, along with
friends had been on an afternoon
swimming and fishing party in
the bay, when they started gath-
ering up to go home. Little Mary
*Rhonda bad wandered off for a
last wade in the water and got
in too deep and drowned before
she could be found and removed
from the water.
All attempts at rescue failed
to revive the small child and she
was rushed to Muniqi atl Hspi-
tal by a Preva.ambulance where
she was pronounced dead on ar-
The accident occurred about
'7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Mary Rhonda is survived by
her parents, two brothers, Allen
and Anthony Stokes; a sister,
Sheila Stokes; paternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
At St. Joseph
Father David O'Shea took over
as minister of St. Joseph Catho-
lic Church here in Port St. Joe
on Tuesday of last week and
held his first mass in the church
Sunday morning. O'Shea succeeds
Father William Crowe who has
been moved to Panama City.
O'Shea, like Crowe, is from
Ireland. He was reared in Limer-
ick City, Ireland and; came to
the United States in 1961.
'O'Shea also, ministers to the
Catholic Church in Wewahitchka.
O'Shea came here from Palat-
Stokes all of Wewahitchka; ma-
ternal grandfather, Jasper Cul-
ver of Love Dell.
Funeral services were held
Monday afternoon at-3:00 p.m.
-from the First Methodist Church
of Wewahitchka with Rev. Claude
McGill officiating assisted by
Rev. Fred Bailey. Interment was
in Jehu Cemetery.
Active p a 11 b e a rers were
Charles Mayhann, W. H.' Row-
land, Dave Herring and Rudy
Gaskin, Jr.. Honorary bearers
were Larry Arhelger, M i k e
Stripling, Byrous Gortman, Ed
Gilbert, Burley Parker, Jr., Tho-
mas McDaniel, Malcolm Rosier,
Felton Smith, Oscar Dave Red
and Charles Cleckley.
Prevatt Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Adult Institute Begins
The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute began registration for2siun-
mer classes Monday of this week,
according to James Mcennis, di-
Classes will be offered for high
school level courses only.
Registration for these ,classes
will end at noon Friday, June 19.
For more information, .those in-
terested may call 227-5321
By Three Parties
On Water, Sewer
An agreement was reached last
Thursday by the Gulf County
School Boird, the Gulf County
Commission and George G. Tap-
per of Ward Ridge over how to
equitably divide cost of a sewer
and water service to the area
South of Niles Road.
The service lines, attached to
the systems operated by the City
bf Port St. Joe, will serve the
Oak Grove Water and Sewer Dis-
trict, the new-Port St. Joe High
School and Ward Ridge.
- The system was originally in--
stalled solely for the High School
at a cost of $30,000 plus to the
School Board. The other two dis-
tricts have asked for permission
to tie in and bear part of the
cost of the lines, plus pay the
City royalties for receiving water
and discharging sewer.
In the meeting, the School
Board agreed to pay 42%% of
the cost with the Oak Grove Dis-
trict paying an equal amount and
Ward Ridge paying 15%. The.
costs were based on anticipated
use of the system. Both services
will be operated up to the
point of Niles Road by the City
of Port St. Joe. Beyond Niles
Road, the recipients of the ser-
vices will be responsible for
maintenance, repairs and distri-
City Officially Inks Pact to
Contract Garbage Service
The City Commission officially
signed an agreement with Coas-
tal Sanitation, Inc., Tuesday night
to operate the City's garbage
and trash collection service.
Gulf Census Report
Gulf County officials joined
the- chorus of indignation last
week end when. results of the
1970 census count were released
by Wilfrid E. MacDill, area enum-
erator, of Panama City.
MacDill's office stated that
Gulf County had lost a total of
444 people since the last census
was taken in 1960. In 1960 the
census count showed 9,937 peo-
ple in the county. The 1970 re-
port showed 9,493, or a drop of
4.5 per cent.
This would mean that Gulf
, county had lost a community the
size of Oak Grove during the past
10 years. Other population sta-
tistics and yardsticks don't bear
out the census claim.
The 1970 count showed that
the City had grown from 4,217 in
1960 to 4,244 in 1970; a gain of
The firm, headed by Hughey
Williams has a three year con-
tract to begin work on October
1 of this year and will receive
$35,100 per year for his services.
The City will continue to. bill
customers for service and will
remit payment monthly -to the
The City reserves the right to
cancel the collection service and
the contract after one year upon
90 days notice if the service
The firm will offer the same
collection service now operated
by the City.
This agreement has been some
four months in the making with
tentative agreement coming in
April for the City to contract its
collection service. Time- sinde
then has been spent in coming
to an agreement on 4a working
Speed Limits Changed
The 'State Department of
Transportation notified the City
Commission Tuesday that a re-
quest to study traffic loads on
Monument, Long, Woodward and
Marvin Avenues in the City had
been completed with the results
that speed limits on the streets
have been raised by the Depart.
DOT engineers have establish-
ed a speed limit of 30 miles per
hour on Long, Woodward and
Marvin. These streets formerly
had 25 mile per hour limits.
Monument Avenue had its speed
(Continued On Page 12)
Two Cases .Reported
Of Breaking, Entering
The Gulf County Sheriff's De-
liartment had two cases of break-
ing and entering reported over
the week end. .
Chief Deputy'Wayne White re-
ports that Willie Butler is being.
held. in the Gulf County jail on
a charge of breaking into the
Jimmy Frazier Grocery Friday
and taking an undetermined
amount of cash.
Deputy H. T. Dean was called
to the home of Mrs. Joan Ken-
nedy in Oak Grove early Mon-
day morning, when she 'came
home and surprised a burgler /
in her mobile home.
Mrs. Kennedy said as she
came in the rear door, the per-
son darted out the front door.
Dean said no arrests had
Large Crowds Turn Out In
First Day of Summer Play
The City Recreation Program
bounced off to a rousing start at
four sites Monday morning. Many
boys and girls were registering.
at the Washington School to play
tennis, volleyball, softball, suffle-
board and small group games un-
der the direction of Clarence Mo-
nette. This program is to begin
at 8:30 am. and continue through
until 12:00 noon and from 1:00
p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mr. Monette
states that boys and girls may
register at any time and there
are still plenty of activities for
Mrs. Louise Parker and Miss
Susan Counts at the STAC House
on Eighth Street are surpervising
billiards, table tennis and a var-
iety of other games. The STAC
House is open from 2:00 to 9:00
p.m. for everyone's enjoyment.
A dance for all teen agers will
be held each Friday night from
* 8:00 to 11:00 p.m., and music
will be furnished by a live band.
All teen agers are invited to at-
Code House, local PGA golf
professional, is offering beginner
instruction at the 16th Street
golf course. This is a fine oppor-
tunity for all aspiring young
golfers to get off to the right
start in learning to play golf.
Mr. House's hours at the golf
course are from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00
Noon and from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Golf clubs and balls are furnish-
ed by the City of Port St. Joe
and all youngsters are invited to
take advantage of this fine pro-
Beginner tennis is being taught
at the City's two excellent courts
on Eighth Street by Billy Bar-
low from 8:30 to 12:00 noon.
Balls and racquets are furnished.
Ages 10 through 17 are encour-
aged to come during the morn-
ing sessions. Afternoon play is
from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. Four
courts are available: two on
Eighth Street, one on 16th Street
and the other at the City Park
adjoining the Florida First Na-
tional Bank building.
Adults who desire instruction
or the use of equipment may ob-
tain both by contacting Mr. Bar-
low at the Eighth Street tennis
courts or phone 227-8296.
Girls between the ages of 12
and 17 are asked to meet at the
STAC House Friday, June 19 at
1:00 p.m. for the purpose of or-
ganizing softball or volleyball
leagues. Susan Counts will head
up this program.
Work to Up-Grade Phone Service
These two photos show men at work burying telephone cable
in the City for St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company. The
project is part of an improvement program by the company to
make more private lines available through the city and to cut down
on the number of phones on multi-party lines. This is part of a pro-
gram the company is undertaking to provide direct dial long dis-
tance service by the first of the year, also. -Star photo
.: THE STAR. Port St. Jo*, F. 32456
Let a little bark wash up on the beach, a few boats
get stained in the water or let the .water itself get a little
lark from necessary dredging operations and you can
'hear the cry of "pollution" half way to Willis Swamp.
Let a storm ride off shore or that annual phenomenon
when the sea weed breaks loose and washes ashore and
the beach people are incensed no end because the County
won't keep it -raked away and covered up so the tourists
won't be offended by nastiness.
We here in a seaside town which depends on tourists
W iput the icing on the cake of our industrial dollars are
Viproperly concerned' with these areas of pollution. We
Don't like it for the business detriment which it causes nor
"4 Btalways it's "somebody else" which is causing the
unpleasant situation. Always we want "someone else"
to spend. the. tipe and money to, clean up the beaches so
that we as individual citizens may enjoy them.
We're going to point a finger now and it isn't at the
industry, dredging, or natural causes which are making
711,-- -* .
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970
Were You Counted?
All of you people here in Gulf County who didn't
get your nose counted during the 1970 census hold up
While we'll probably get; ourselves in trouble with
those, charged .with the responsibility of taking the cen-
sus for doing so, we must declare that in our opinion,
the count, as published, just wasn't correct. All the
signs point to an increase in Gulf's population, rather
than a decrease during the past 10 years. As a sort of
guestimate, we. figured the census would show about a
,200 person increase, rather than a 400 decrease.
Let'e look at those signs indicating increase.
Before coming down to the office Saturday morning
to write this piece we counted six houses on our one block
street that were not there 10 years ago. All have some-
one living in them that were not there 10 years ago.
On Monument Avenue between Allen Memorial Way and
18th Street (again on the way to work) there are nine
Spouses that were not there 10 years ago all inhabited.
This isn't an isolated case. Almost all of Port St.
Joe East of. Woodward Avenue and South of 16th Street.
has shown substantial growth during the past 10 years.
We believe this growth to be more than the 27 credit
given us by the census bureau.
Another factor we point to is the fact that,,there is
virtually no rental property available in the county, with
the exception of a few houses at the Beach and in High-
land View. But, not enough to make up the 4506 persons
we' are reported to have lost. A "For Rent" ad in The
Star rarely runs more than two weeks before it-is gobbled
up. Places to live are kept pretty well filled all the time.
Wewahitchka, the second most populous area in the
county is in the same boat. New houses have bbqn built
there in the past 10 years with virtually no vacancies in
Another yardstick is the increased school enrollment.
With the exception of one or two years, Gulf County
schools have shown an -increase in enrollment every year
for the past 10. The total increase over the past 10 years
is right near to 15 per cent; this in spite of the small
losses reported once or twice during the decade.
We need to have an accurate count of our popula-
tion. It isn't only a matter of pride, it is a necessity due
to economies. Many sources of income for our schools,
our roads, and several sources of tax revenue and aid
are based on our population.
Gulf County needs an accurate count of noses and
we don't think we have it in the 1970 census report.
James C. Robinson, Manager of
the Panama City Social Security
Office, says that one aspect of so-
cial security benefits is not always
understood. Specifically, there are
many individuals, often adults,
who were disabled at birth or who
became disabled in childhood and
may be eligible for social security
There are a few conditions that
must be met for these persons to
be entitled to these childhood dis-
ability benefits. The person must
be the son or daughter of an in-
dividual who is entitled to social
security retirement or disability
benefit, or who was insured at the
time of death. The childhood dis-
ability, mental or physical, must
have occurred before age 18 and
still exist. Also, the condition must
be severe enough to prevent the
person from doing any gainful
work. And, finally, the individual
must not be married.,
Robinson stated that continuous
efforts are being made to reach:
these individuals or to alert others
who may know of them to get in
touch with the social security of-
fice. A recipient who has a child
who was disabled before age 18
and is still disabled, no matter how
old the child is now, should apply'
for these payments.
"Actually," Robinson said, "we
in social security prefer that the,
parent or guardian not try to de-
termine whether the child quali-
fies 'or- not. ,Where there, is' any
doubt or question, the best and
safest thing to do is to call or visit
the nearest social security office.
The people there will be glad. to
help in any way possible."
The social security office serving
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Ave., Panama: City 32401.,The
phone number is 763-5331. The of-:
fice is open Monday through Fri-
day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
except on national holidays.
Midget Investments That Y'eld
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Harland Pridgeon, the tax collector, showed us some
interesting figures the other day. The total value of all 1
real and personal property in the State of Florida is val-
ued at $45.05 billion, or less than one quarter of the na-
tional budget and less than one-seventh of the national
debt. Harland said figures he has obtained show that the
11 Southern states would have to be sold at assessed val-
ue to pay the national debt.
Of this $45.05 billion' valuation in Florida, $6.7 bil-
lion is in Dade County alone or one-seventh of the en-
tire value of the state as a whole. Harland said it takes
the valuation of all of North Florida down as far as Ala-
chua county to equal Dade's worth. Gulf adds its $46 mil-
lion to this huge pie. Big Dade also has one-eighth of
the state's population, which makes it a colossus indeed.
Another figure that will whet your imagination is the fact
that thdre are more people in New York City alone than
are found in the entire state of Florida- the eighth lar-
gest state in the union. .
That's the main reason, in a round-about way, that
I am not living in New York City.
Total figures of valuation of taxable, non-taxable, ex-
empt, utilities and everything has Dade with a $9.25 bil-
lion value as against $61.7 million for Gulf. Quite a dif-
Ever since' the 1940's people have been talking about
the possibilities of, oil being discovered in Northwest
Florida. Rumor and sidewalk experts say the under-
ground strata, is similar to oil producing areas, but none
has be6n found after nearly 30 years of exploration --un-
til last week end when the well was hit in Jay. A 1700 bar-
Srell a day producer is a good oil well /
Although there isn't much talk locally about the
oil find, no doubt attention will continually grow to the
explorations currently being made by Teledyne in Gulf.
County. Adding oil to our chemicals, paper and soy bean
economy would surely put Gulf County on the map.
A cover picture and inside story on Life magazine this
past week showed the Arabs in their fight against the
Jews training 12 and 14 year old boys to go to war. There
is a fine cause for the "doves" to jump on. We must
again recall Paul Harvey's theory that wars would end
when those over 30 are called on to do the fighting.
Is An ExaCting Science Too!
the beaches a veritable garbage dump. It's yqu, Mr.
Reader; and I. It's everybody who is using our beaches
without a second thought that we night ever come back
or that someone else may come to the beach behind us.
Gulf County beaches are literally strewn with broken
bottles, 'unbroken bottles, tin cans, paper, garbage, litter
and just plain filth. Industry didn't put it there. Dredg-
ing didn't put it there. A ruptured tanker or ship clean-
ing out its bilges didn't put it there. But the filth is
there and stays there in far greater proportion than any
pollutant discharged, accidentally to the water and the
If we really mean this thing about wanting clean,
sparkling waters and beaches to enjoy, let's do a little
police work and pick up the bottles, cans, papers, garbage
and gunk we throw on the beaches when we .get through
There may be someone right behind us to use the
same section of beach, or we- might want to return next
week arnd not be greeted by today's garbage. ,
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
June 14 was flag day. What
'!does our flag mean to you? Is
it something to be spit upon,
trampled and burned? Is it a
symbol of good or evil? Should
it. be displayed with a feeling of
love and respect or with disgust
These are questions that each
individual, be he young or old,
must answer from his heart.
The Flag, the Stars and
Stripes, represents America, the
United State. Is speaks for every
man.and woman who through the
years have defended it. It repre-
sents men and women of every
color and creed, with malice to-
ward none and charity for all.
It stands for freedon and inde-
When you spit on it, burn it,
trample it, you are debasing no-
body but yourself for it is your
flag as much as anybody elses.
It is the symbol of your country,
of every individual that makes
it up. White, Black,, Red or Yel-
low. It guards and shelters all
Nothing could be more infanti-
le or idiotic than the desedra-
tion of a flag, whether it be ours
or another nations, for it repre-
sents every living soul that makes
up that nation. It also represents
the souls of countless thousands
who have paid the supreme sacri-
fice in its defense. If you debase
your flag you insult and debase
both the living and the dead
who in the course of history have
stood up and been counted.
If you claim citizenship in this
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY ... Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Ooerator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTorFFiCE Box 808 PHONE 227-3161
SPORT ST. JoE, FLORIDA 82456
Entered aas eoond-cains matter. December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, un.er Act ot March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN-ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR,, $3.00 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 ommlssions in advertisements, the publishers
do not bold themneles liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is gi\en scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts: the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
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nation you are the flag, whether
you like it or not. It flys for you
just as it does for the babe in the
ghetto or the billionaire in his
Bear in mind that, no nation
is perfect. All have skeletons in.
the closet. All are guilty of in-
justice and 'evil. All have made
mistakes. Are you going to re-
ctify them by taking it out on
Have we lost all sense of rea-
son and common sense? Must we
hate all who advance an opposing
,view? Must we shout down those
who seek to be heard while we
scream from the housesteps
that nobody will listen to, us?
Are we ever going to grow up?
I can well understand the
, frustration of youth today. I
can see their' problem and feel-
ings. But I do not condone the
methods they employ to gain
Smashing windows, planting
bombs and sniping at police of-
fer no advantage. The flag flies
over the broken window, the
dead student, and the burned
ROTC building. If it could cry,
salty tears would flow down its
stars and strips in agony.
On June 14 I hope we display-
'ed the flag or what it really
means and dowed our heads in
reverance and faith in the future
of our nation under God. If we
must march, march in unity for
a !better nation and a better
Just A Few Less
A. R. Brautigam, executive di-
rector of the Department of Busi-
ness Regulation, reports that net
cigarette tax collections for the
month of April 1970, amounted to
$10,375,905.85. Of this amount $4,-
028,042.97 will go to the general
revenue fund, $5,949,888.86 will be
distributed to qualified municipali-
ties and the remaining $397,974.02
will be distributed to counties.
.In the distribution to counties,
Gulf County received $791.88. Gulf
received $850.60 during the same
month last year, showing aAdecline
in this source of revenue. Gulf has
received $8,644.05 thus far this
The City of Port St. Joe receiv-
ed $4,856.88, $93 00 less than the
same last year. The City has re-
ceived $54,275.06 in cigarette taxes
thus far in the fiscal year.
The City of Wewahitchka receiv-
ed $1,469.80, $391.09 less than the
same month last year for a total'
of $17,622.05 so far this year.
Florida Power Corporation and
the International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers (IBEW) have
signed a new two-year wage agree-
ment, it was announced today by
T. F. Thompson, vice president, ad-
"This makes the 30th consecu-
tive year since the union was or-
ganized at FPC in which we have
had no work stoppages. This is a
record both the union and Florida
Power are proud to have jointly
achieved," Thompson said.
The new pact is in line with si-
milar agreements reached recently
by the IBEW and,4other private
utilities in Florida.
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There are about as many dif
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are specific needs. You can't buy
them all, so it is vitally important
that you consult with an expert
Call on us at any time!
WE PUT THE '"SURE"
IN 'YOUR INSURANCE
Let's take an example. Do you
know that YOU can be SUED! Some-
one may have an accident on property
you own. That someone can sue you,
his claim can WIPE YOU OUT... un-
AT A MINIMUM COST
I less you're properly insured!
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970 PAGE THREE
Washington High School In.
IContinuing Contract: Albertha
A Brown, Cojean Burns, Ruth Phil-
BOheD GfP B I CoNnty S l B d PS C y Sy Ralp W iendSL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Lunchroom Supervisor; James Mc- lps, Maybelle Whitley, Lula Wilson,
MAY 5, 1970 Innis, Adult School Director. Madeline Wynn, Delores Davis,
The Gulf Codnty School Board PRINCIPALS:. I Carolyn Sealy, Ralph Allen, David D S A
met in regular session on the above Walter Wilder, Port St. Joe High Jones, William Lane, Clarence'
'late. The following members were School; Harry Herrington, Port St. Monette, Johnell Palm, Susie Co-
present and acting: Mr. B. J. Rich Joe Elementary School; Howard oper, Richard Adams, Sarah Riley. s
rese Cha ant Mr. Gene Rafield; Blick, Highland View Elementary Non-Instructional, CountySta: W E G IFT W RAP FREE AN D W ITH A SM ILE
Mr. J. K. Whitfield; Mr. Waylon School; Harrell Holloway, Wewa-. Ron Taylor, Dorothy Craig, Cora
Graham. hitchka High School; Edwin Wil- Sue Robinson, Sue Moore, Dorothy S .
Board Member Roemer was ab- liams, Washington High School. Leaving, Flora Maddox. Men's Dress Men's
sent. S eset Port St. Joe High School In- Non-Instructional Highland Mn 1' Mn
The Superintendent was present structional View Elementary Schoo:
nd acting. Annual Contract: Ela Sutton Frances Shores, Kate Kilbourn,
The meeting was opened wtn a Joe Brannon, Rita Cars, James Lou Addie Eaker, Lois Miller, Ag-
prayer by Board Member Graham. Clark, Kesley Colbert, Wilam nes Cumbie, Marie Anchors, Gordon New brass
The minutes of the regular meet- Davis, Barbara Eells, KennethHurl- Brown, Betty Bailey, J. H. McArdle. k I 0 AN As s by Warren Sewell
ing of April 7, 1970 and special but, Melvin Moore, Virginia Nance, Non-Instructional St. Joe High .e .I U D *W
meetings of April 13 and April 29," Linda Davis, William Wood, Linda School: for Dad or Lad. Sizes 8. We'll fit you right in Reg-
1970 ere' ead nd ap rove as K nto rrestVandCa p ,' f.,oy DadoorLad. Sizesa.We'll fitP you2 rightSiaReg.
1970 were read and approved as Kent, Forrest Van Camp, Robert Elwyn Blount, Veralyn Lewter, Off the Price of 12. Reg. $3.99. Special lar or, longs. Come see
read. Holland. Margaret Nichols, Bernice Wager, priced at or new assortment of
A delegation from North Port Continuing Contract William Phy. s Alstaetter, Faye, Lewis, Ina -any Pant / stripes, solids or P plaids
St. Joe met with the Board con- Dickson, Gerald Lewter, Allen Merritt, Elizabeth Prows, Idell Ray, : $2.88 pr. with the new wider lapels
cerning several grievances per- Scott, Tony Barbee, Margaret Biggs, Maggie Bell Will B Moore, Opal' $699 or more and deep center vents
training to the negro students' parti- Miriam Dismuke, Lamar Faison, Owens, Dot Alsobrook, Martha l'' Well save you monr. -a 5
cipating in extra curricula activi- Sara Fite, Maxine Gant, Billie J. Craft, Cliff Stripling, Stella Nor- ey New styles in Reg. to
ties at Port St. Joe High School. A Guilford, James Gunter, Virginia ris, Eunice Lee, Prentice Frrester, .permanent press s. 'r $65.00
three hour discussion ensued. The Harrison, Jeanne Little, Alice Mac- Jeannette Antley. We a Guaranteed wash-
main grievances were the absen hen, Netta Niblack, Ometa Osborne, N Wewahitcha H able. Sizes 27-48 w. $
of a negro student from the cheer- Jacque Price, Wayne Taylor, Shar-- i ui l Wwa Wrightz or Hubbard New Wide
ePri We guarante toor, pea
ing squad; and the method of elect-on Watson, Temple Watson, Zack Patricia Stripling, Brenda Crut $50.00
chfield, Mildred Maddox... $50.00
Iig ..... ...r. The de-1 Wber n wfeld, MildreMado Jona o Bd MEN S U1WR, \ W
legation felt that due to the negro Wewahtchka High School In. c l d Maddo h w
students being a minority in the structional: w- I Stell Lester Gortman, dnKather Aiforng, Wa- M IINhR W EAD by Wembley
student body that they would never Annual Contract: Judith .M. Lis- Stella Tillman, Kat erouse. King, Wa-. $ .l... 5 With new Wem -
have presentation. t. er, L y Mathes, Verre Gaskin va Jhnson, B iela S Nete Mae .n, g ee We ine you to sop our
The School Board notified the de- Joyce R. Groom, Betty A. HusbandGriffin, Bessie Smith, Nette Mae washable oand will stortefor those small our
legation that the best way for these Linda Roberts,\ Dimples Da villa, Page, Betty Cneckley, Carmi Crutcha- SALE PRICE not wrinkle. Ranedi ite he alg s
matters to be reconciled was for Patsy Lister, John Gortemoller field, Gordon Alford, nMae Williams, not wrinkle. Redi items. We have a large s
the negro students to present their I Paul Miller, Francis Davey,.Ro-,Ma Yuie Bennett, JenningsFDavis,, 2 p $ 00 edyourself.o election of noveltyge so.
grievances to a joint committee of bert Smiley, Winston Wells, laie Anna Grinslade, Donnie Fa is ony ** r ,vt
student council officers from Port Lee, James Hutchison, Charles .George. $3.Co00 O is to GIFt eIo MS
St. Joe High and Washington High. Cleckley, Jerry Tanton, Gina WillReg. 89ias, Ber. Brice ortner, Trefs oavis Tshirts. $3
nPeters.Reg. 89c. Briefs or T-shirts.G
writing a constitution for the stu- Continuing Contract: JoyceNon-Instr otn cteizsSM .G-$4.50f
This committee is in the process of Thompson. ..a. n Ionstructional St. Joe ile. Sizes S, M, L. Guaranteed. Re- $4.50 for Dad.
dent government at the new con- Quinn, Arthur Green, Loretta mentary School: member we also carry Hanes fo D ad'
s olid ated St. J oe High School. The thuGreen, Jerry Kelley, Verailly Lorene Huie, Linda auber, and Fruit of the Loom for Including belt, handker-
Bohrd notifiedth delegation that Sara Joe Wooten, Charlotte Brow Linda Bray, Helen Kilbourn, Grace your shopping convenience. chiefs, cuff links, tie
negroand white students mustGeorge Cox, Magdalene Hubbard Norris, Teresa Johnson, Grace Gay, clasps, manicure sets,
develop mutual esteem for one Laura Hinton MarthaLanier Betty Christine Leavins, Mary Pittman, brush sets and many more
aot aas they go to school to- i Holloway, Letha Rester, Carol Sue Owen Pierce, Mae Deese, Pauline Remember, we gift wrap
gether.The Board cannot supply Lister, James ouse,Barbara Shir-ay Eva Weston, Jack Sheffield, Help Dad relax in a new free
this with arbitrary edicts of any na- ley, Madge Semmes, Hugh Semmes, Marie CreamerCeillne Fowlero, MSin-T I R
ture The delegation approached Barbara Thomas, AngelineWhit- Lovett, aster Nicols, ryorRT SHIRT
the Board to have a negro guidance field, Margaret Addison, Clayton Harve, Dora Kira, O- C
counselor and negro teacher aides I Wooten, Betty Bidwell, Mary Jo mons, Rita Todd, Grace Orrell. Men's Knit BOYLES
at Port St. Joe High School for the Patterson, Evelyn Cox, Fletcher Non-Instructional Washington from BOYLES Men's Oron
1970-71 school year. They also Patterson, Forrest Weed, Carolyn High School: We feature the new Men's Orion
made it known that they perferred Lister, Joilyn Tanton, Florenc Ze ene Boyd, Bennie oyins, larger collar in sol- CREW SOCKS
a negro principal for the K-6 Pridgeon. Betty Chambers, Sam Dudley, Ma-'larger
Washington Elementary School. Port St. Joe Elementary In. yella Gant, Ola Hodrick, Sidney ids and stripes to 75% orlon, 25% orlon ,or by famous Campus
The Board informed the delegation structional: Hughes, Essie B. Hall, Willie Mae match anything. Siz. / longer wear. One size fits
that all of these matters had pre- Annual Contract: Constance St. Mason, James McGee, Yolanda es S,,M, L, XL, XXL, all, in 15 new, exciting col- Beg. $.9 0
viously been discussed and a de- Clair, Sue Parker Thomas, Jo Ann Powe, Helen Siples. XXXL. Priced from or. $1.00 Value. Now $3.. 6-
cision to implement them for the Smith, Laverne Williams, Deborah The Board granted Mrs. Margar- Only Pie o-m
1970-71 year had been agreed upon. Driskol. et Whitfield personal leave for the 66cg. .99 \
A group of white patrons attend- I Continuing Contract: Barbara school year 1970-71. Mrs. Whit- eg.299 $499
ed the Board Meeting also. Several Whitfield, Carolyne Davis, Lorraine field was also granted p mission ow --------
made comments pertaining to the Barnes, Dorothy Barlow, Katheryn to do substitute teaching during -
discussion at hand. -Several negro Floore, Betty Sue Andhors, Janet this interval. i $ 9 All are permanent press
patrons also commented. Every Anderson, Christine Williams, Wil-, Mrs. Vivian Baker was employed $6 77 in new stripes or solids.
one present conducted themselves | lie Mae Daniell, Sylvia Costin, Eva- as a substitute teacher for Mrs. Sizes S, M, L, XL.
in a highly commendable manner ryee Martin, Joyce Faison, Angeline Delores Davis at Washington High
as the controversial and sensitive Stone, Charlotte Nedley, Carolyn School from March 19 through
opDics were discussed. Parrott, Caroline Norton, Lorine May 8, 1970 by the Board.
The Board appointed the follow- Woodyard, Gwendolyn Ingram, Bil- The Superintendent read a letter WALK SHORTS MW IMW AR
ing Supervisory, Administrative, ly Barlow, Frank Barnes, Daisy from Principals Walter Wilder, Ho- M- I lt H
Instructional and Non-Instructional Johnson, Anne. Barrier, Cary ward Blick, Harrell Holloway, Ed- For Dad. The ideal gift for Fa.
personnel upon the recommenda- Floore. Win Wiliams, sending students their's Day. Sizes 28-50. Nelw NeW assortment in stretch, Jams or
tion of the Superintendent for the Highland View Elementary In- for infraction 0 fthe rules at their stripes and plaids to choose
1970-71 school year: structional: respective schools. Copies of these from. Also many new solid col- regular styles, Sizes 28 to 50.
ADMINISTRATIVE: Annual Contract: Sherry Hurl.I letters are on file: in the Superin- ors. All permanent press,
William Linton, General Super- but, Wayne Stevens, Sue Reckna- tendent's office. g r
visor; Laura Geddie Federal Pro- gel. I A delegation representing the eg. $3.99. "
jects Coordinator; Lla Broullette,' Continuing Contract: Mary Allen, Gulf County Committee for Gui- Now Now Only ...
Art Supervisor;' Etna Gaskin, Joan Myers, Nadine Parish, Minnie dance and Counselling, Inc. met' ................
Hig d ianw-pt ls with the Board and discussed thee $ 4R 9 9 d eg. $4.99
Whose parents were unable to pay. W HAAN '. uT -
225 Fifth Street WILLIAM STEPHENS, Pastor -The Board authorized payment of
$147.00 for clinical services render- WE HONOR MASTERCHARGE AND BANKAMEmCARD
Sunday School Sunday, 9:45 A.M. e d such students. The Board also .......... ..
Moming, Worship agreed to pay up'to $500.00 to aid
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. needy students seeking the help
Training Union 6:15 P.M. of this committee during the 1970- intendent to advertise for. ids ri tion of the premiums for this n- fdidefi to quest permission ley and Williams Construction Conm-
_,71 .school year -the basketball goals and bleachers trance. from the tate Department of Ed- pany. This payment was being
Evening Worshp 7:30 P.M. The Board authorized a reading to beused in the gym at the nw he Superintendent reported on ucation to i loan authorized withheld due to the contractors'
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. program financed by Title I of the St. Joe High School t st s of a loan the School by loda Sa.27 for the falue to complete specified
SElementary and Secondary Edua- I T h e Superintendent reported oard made to the City of Wewa- purchase of four (4) eilool buses. change orders on the project.
Visitors ar e C diafllv Welcome tion Act for-the school year 1970- that the fire insurance rateson the hitchka August 8, 1961 amounting, This loan can be re-faid over a The Board authorized budget
Visitors are Cordially Welcome 71 buildings within the system had to $5,000.00 at-4% interest. This three year period, amendments to the 1969-70 school
The Board authorized the Super- been reduced resulting in a reduc- loan was made to enable the Cityi The Board awarded furniture year budget to be sent to the Fin-
__ to install a water and sewerage bids for the new St. Joe High ance Division of the State Depart,
S system at the William Linton Ele- School to the following companies: meat of Education. Copies of these
GT C mentary Site. The City of Wewa- Southeastern Sales, Inc. $2,195.00; amendments are on file in the Su-
SI hitchka has been charging the Virco Manufacturing Company, $2, perintendent's office.
U I Board fees for connections and ser- 901.11; Kagan Equipment Company, The Board authorized an Excep-
I vices over the years, amounting to $865.00; American Seating Corn- tional Child Program for the school
G IGi I C H$5,416.74 as of March 3f, 1970. The pany, $215.00. year 1970-71. A copy of this plan
principal and interest on the loan The Board authorized a proposal is on file in the Superintendent's
3 DA Y amounted to $6,962.33 as; of March by Audio Sound Company for a pu- office.
3CDAL31,1970. This leaves a balance of blic address system for the gym- The Board received a prelimin.-
A$1,545.59 that the City of Wewahit- nasium, at the new St. Joe High ary audit report from Mr. F. E. As.
D_ 1chka owes the Board as of that School. A copy of this proposal is bell of the State Auditor's office.
O 5Idate. A copy of this transaction is on file in the Superintendent's of- A final report will be rendered A.
on file in the Superintendent's of- fice. a later date.
r________________S__2_____B___________________fice. The Board authorized Change The Board authorized the Super-
1- The Superintendent read a letter Orders on the new St. Joe High intendent to initiate plans to build
SYOU SAVE iON EVERY PURCHASE Use from Reverend Francis R. Eldridge School and Wewahitchka High boys and girls toilets for elemen-
Master Charge or Bank Americard if you so Jehovah's Witnesses convention to ders are on fle in the Superinten- Joe High School.s
Phone 227-2461 222 Reid Avenue desire. No lay-aways at sale price, please. use the St. Joe High lunchroom, dent's office. There being no further business,
... The Superintendent read a let- The Board authorized a custo- the Board Adjourned to meet again
ter from Governor Claude Kirk re- dian clinic to be held by the State in regular session on June 2,1970
S, questing that he be notified of any Department of Education during at 9:00 AM, EST.
TERIFIC GROUP AII J" I current or pending litigation that the vacation period. R. Marion Craig,
L TERRIFIC GROUP Al Lldlis the Board anticipated concerning The Board authorized a payment Superintenden
desegregationn procedures. of $19,500.00 on the Wewahitchka B.J. Rich, Sr.,
The Board authorized the Super- High School project to Burns, Kirk- Chairman .-
Ladies Dresses SWIM
About 200 of these sart A Dr Lawrence L Crawford
and Summer 1 ashions. All 1970 Lawrence* L
Winners. Buy 'em today, Friday
and Saturday and save big. Jun- 3 W E Announces
ior, Missy and Half Sizes. OTT SOIVO
_____________________________________ _________________ OThe Opening of his Office for the Practice of
ALL ADIES'and CHILDREN CHIR 0 P RACTIC
hi I S hoes 2 L HOURS: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday and Friday
ursday, Fday and Saturday. HOURS: 9:00 to 8:00 P.M. Tuesday and Thursday
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Popular styles by Joyce, Person- Cheek these values. Two piece, HOURS: 9:00 to 12:00 Noon Wednesday and Saturday
ality, Poll Parrot, Jumping Jack. Baby Doll, Boy Leg. A fabulous
Not every size in every style but ff selection. 116 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida Telephone 229-6382
a good selection still available. 3 r fr
1^^ 0^^ '^ ^
,. THE STAR, Part St. Joi
, Fla. 3245A THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970
RICH and SONS'IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Ga Grade 'A' Lge. With $15.00 Order
O IL 480 z. Jar79
IGA Bathroom 4 Roll Pkgs.
Tissue 3 For $1.00
IGA Fancy Solid Pak No. 303 Cans
Tomatoes 4 -Cans
^ ., .(
IGA RILH 20 Oz. Bts. Kleenex PAPER Big Rolls
Catsup 3 o 89c TOWELS
Showboat PORK and No. 2
IGA Heavy Duty 25 Ft. Rolls B A
ALUM. A BEANS
FHfh | rolls B 7 Bottled DRINKS -28 Oz. Bt
p^FOIL2for SHASTA ,
Fresh Flavor Maxwell House With $10.00 Order
IGA Bartlett No. 303 Cans
Coffee C$1.38 PEARS
SPECIALS FOR JUNE 17, 18, 19, 20
LeSueur Shoe Peg
Tablerite Beef Full Cut
Tablerite Beef Standing
RIB ROAST ------------b. 98c
GROUND BEEF__ 3 lbs. $1.68 4
SLICED BACON ---- lb. 79c
Clark's 20 Ounce Package
CHOPPED SIRLOINS ,_-pkg. 99c
G & W Cheese and Tomato -- Reg 99c Value
t PABLERITE BEEF (BONE IN)
01 Ole eIGA ALL PURPOSE
TBne eAkN, FLOUR
Big Value 4 Flavors Mix or Match
Mrs. Hubbard's Cookies 3 pkgs. $1.
NBC 12 Oz. P g. :
CHIPS AHOY ---------- pkg. 4
Good Quality -Quart Basket
Good Georgia Quart Basket
TENDER GREEN BEANS
. Dozen In Cello Bag
FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES
5 LB. BAG
2 16 oz.
Delicious 9 oz. pkg.
Cool Whip------ 59c
Sea Pak 14 oz. pkg.
Fish Sticks ----- 59c,
McKenzie's 24 oz. pkg.
Baby Limas 49c
ABEERITE 'BEEF SIRLOIN
IGA ORANGE 46 Oz. Cans
IGA PICNIC -.With $10.00 Order or More
Best Flavor Georgia
C Cantaloupes .
'Yell:.w or White
RADIS HE S-------bag
GOOD RIBE SINGLE
B AN ANAAS l---- b.
WITH THIS COUI
PRICE 89 c
WITHOUT l '
AT. IGA Food Stores
FER EXPIRES JUNE 17, 1970
1IT I COUPON PER PURCHASE'
Large Cello Bags
Cucumbers and'Bell Peppers -- 23c
BUTTER BEANS ------- bag 59c
Fresh Shelled Daily In Cello Bags
BLACKEYE PEAS ------bag
SWEET ONIONS --
FRYING OKRA ---
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -NOT STAMIPS
% Cans $1.0
3 Cans 79c
I 0 ,
4. '~.' THF STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 3245b THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970 PAGE FIVE
sns o afet Fishing Outlook Good for This Week End
.AGY RiPER"Y7G..,SUT TAKES CARE!
k .I ,, RIP MOY ARO1140 S Fresh water fishing in a few up considerably and the larger fish mere heavily saturated with oxy.
l ETAW" CARE! WN 1 GOMING. waters in Northwest Florida may! move out of the shallows and gen.
JIN REVEI EBEWARE OF KIPS leave something to be desired dur- grass: flats ,back into deep holes The Commission insists oAat plen.
&AN PMi W1OSESHOUTS AND ing the week ahead, but mid-June scattered over the lake bottoms. ty of fish are still around, but pre.
k PIWDNINIHE SOUNP O FTthis year is producing surprising Tr ck is, says the Commission, tok will be againstthe
VPllNI14114ES amcime. fishing success in the Panhandle sty ledr ingch the 'e ersto
GIN~~~~~. fishing success in the Panhandle 1; :rk like a fish" an I look else- angler who doesn't change his fish-
'4 M as a whole for most anglers. here for them now than where ing style during the summer to
The Game nrd Fresh Water Fish where suit the habits of the larger fish.
Commission says that this is the an.' bcw.,they fed a few weeks ago 'For example, early morning ard
tj me of year when waters warm wncn the watei was cooler and late evening fishing is paying off
right now, as this is the time of
day when the fish move out of
Tax Collector Tells Rotary of Some the deep hi. ifogalo th theseasons
PA.L,.OU-.196ON.YOUFR t n for bass on Lake Seminole this
PI YRINES Changes Made in His Responsibilities week. / biggest
PECIALLy WATCH OUr T Also, fly fishing that matches
SEINLYCAN'"T I Harland Pridgeon, Gulf County ceive a registration slip in the insect hatches now prevalent on Seller!
0PPIN6 mABARWHEN Tax Collector gave the Rotary Club mail for last year's tag and auto, many waters is very good at pres- ,
MOWRS UNATEP. a few bits of information on the and if he hasn't changed autos he ent. Success with flies for bluegill
S0 operation of his office last Thurs- need only follow the directions on ron Dead Lakes is just short of ex-
day at noon the envelope to get his new tag cellent at this time.
S. Pridgeon reminded the Rotarians with the least amount of trouble. High water and cloudiness still
... ) that boat registrations go on sale Instructions are also provided on plague many streams and rivers th
Sk' this month and must be re-newed the envelope as to what to do if West of the Choctawhatchee. East-
0. by June 30. He pointed out that one has changed cars. ward streams are suffering from
iSIGNPM1C.ONEPU obeginningthisyearpurchasersof He pointed that trailers which low water. The Apalachicola River
ONLY:TOCUTLAWNS. boats will receive a title to therow h is also very low at present.
P ONT GIVETEMUP ,rfuha bosswi aneeeautomle t i-do not fold up or weigh over 2,000 Bluegill are termed "good" on
UPTY AS PASSENGERS craft, much as as an automobile I pounds also need a tag, such as most of the area lakes including
1PEHISCLES. KKEEPnH-tM tie, giving a description, origin of trailers etmost of te area laes ing
O.F l-ANS A 4P ROAFI. manufacture and other information icamper traers, etc Dead Lakes, and are "fair" on the
S-Iy RF9 A'AFFICg so that ownership may be proved. I The County is taking over the Aalachicola River and St. Vm-
.., /He said the registration must be collection of taxes for municipal- cent Island Refuge.
transferred just as an auto title cities with .this tax year, and the River bream and redbreast are
PUBLIC SERVICE OF 0UT1OOR POWERB ?IPMUalr INSlMJT-. 2 is transferred when a boat is sold. municipal tax bill will be figured "good" on crickets in the Chipola
... --- Automobile tags go- on sale July into the county tax bill and iden- and in Crooked River in Franklin
1, Pridgeon -stated, and this year tified as to what part goes to the County. Far down the Apalachicola : 9
purchasers will pay for a 12 month municipality. River the best bet is catfish, yet
SY It he Star -- tag as tags will now fall due in' Guests of the club were Jim panfish also are fair.
Say Iu w I n II r Ju'.y of each year henceforth. Prid- Naes of Cantonment and Dr. Tom Bonnet worms and sand maggots
geon said each auto owner will re- Gibson of Huntsville, Ala. along with crickets are good baits u
'in the lakes. Elsewhere wigglersIT'S A iSHORT
and, earthworms are popular baits
A m along with crickets. Dead Lakes IT'S ASKIRT
catches are. best on flies. Most
I~SAVE ~AT 4~ bluegill and shellcrackers are inThe cmfrt and style has
deep water on Deer, Point Lake. The comfort and style has
Bass are taking topwater baits been a fashion hit! Various
.on St. Vincent Island Refuge. Rap- styles to choose from in
alla type. baits are very good in the permanent press poly-cotton.
Chipola River. Prints and -solids. 8-16.'
Bass fishing is slow in tht Apa-
6 lachicola River, on Dead Lakes and
on Lake Wiqlico.
The outlook is most promising
for the week end.
R,'Pw4 St. Joe, PHI. 22451 ThURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1q70
PAGE 81f TH. STA
Miss Norma Sue Peterson, Bride"Elect,
Inspiration for Miscellaneous Shower
Miss Norms Sue Peterson, June Miss Peterson will become the
bride-elect, was honored Friday bride of Terry Basham of Yuma,
evening between the hours of 7:(0 Arizona, formerly of Port St. Joe,
and 9:00 with a miscellaneous call- June 20 at the Highland View Bap-
ing shower held at the Florida'tist Church at 7:00 p.m.
Power Lounge. --
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Bobby Raffield, Mrs. Billy Joe Chistie Coldewey
Richards, Mrs. Douglas Gilley, Sr., ristiC O
and Mrs. Jimmie Cox. OnDean's ist
The honoree chose a'white knit D ,e
dress with red accessories and was
presented acorsage of red carna- HATTIESBURG Those stu-
tions. Mother of the bride-elect, dents at the University.of Southern
Mrs. C. C. Peterson and grandmo- Mississippi for the Spring Quarter
other, Mrs. Angus Peterson ,were Dean's List have been announced
presented corsages of white carna- by Gilbert Langdon, registrar.
tons Inclusion on this academic 'honor
The refreshment table was coy- roll requires a-grade point average
ered with a pink cloth overlaid of 3.25 (4.0 is all A's) on a mini-
with a lace cloth. Pink and white mum load of 15 quarter hours.
flowers nestled in greenery sur-
rounded the antique crystal punch Among thau.? on the Dean's List
bowl which was flanked by pink are M. Christie Coldewey, from
burning tapers. Crystal trays of Port St. Joe., Fla.; andvita Lcie,
sandwiches, wedding, cookies, nuts from Wewahitchka; FIa.
and mints and pickled shrimp com- ---- --
pleted the arrangements. CLASSIFIED ADS
MISS DALE JACKSON
Mr: and Mrs. A. P. Jackson of Port St. Jde, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Dale, to Joel Denny Adams, son of
Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Adams, also of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a 1968 graduate of Port St. Joe High School
and attended Gulf Coast Junior College. She is presently em-
.ployed by the Florida First National Bank at Port St. Joe.
The groom-elect is a 1967 graduate of Port St. Joe High School
and attended Gulf Coast Junior College. Hle is now employed by
St. Joe Paper Company.
Wedding plans will be' announced later.
The gifts were displayed on a
table covered with a green \cloth
overlaid with lace and decorated
at each end with a lace parasol
and a tiny white' flower basket
filled with pink, yellow, blue and
green rice bags.
The bride's table was covered
with a lace cloth and decorated,
with a bride doll and a crystal
vase containing a single pink car-
nation. Mrs. Helen Gilley kept the
bride's book which was presented
to bMss Peterson by the hostesses.
Approximately 50 guests called
or sent gifts during the appointed
Feted at Dance
w S wenty-two graduates were hon-
*EU. ... ^ y 1 ored by their parents with an in-
vitational dance at Butler's Rest-
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Calhoun Mil- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smiley,.Sr. aurant following their graduation
lender, 1911 Cypress Ave., an- 246 Avenue'F, announce the birth June Z. Music was by Harold's
ounce the birth of a daughter, of a son, Willie Charles, Jr., on Band of Panama City.
Marnie June on May 3. May 26. Those graduates honored were,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Vernon Mar- I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wayne Brenda Wall, Greg Knox, Kathie
shall, Panama City, announce the Creel of Port St. Joe announce the Sutton, Dennis Atchison, Candy
birth of a son, Anthony Cohn on birth of a baby girl, Sherry Renee White, Laura Guilford, Larry Me-
May 3. on May 26. Farland, Judy Stone, Jimmy Lan-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush Gan. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Floyd But- caster, Barbara Branch, Mike Low-
der, 1621-A Monument Ave., are ler, 226 Avenue D, Apalachicola, ery, Angie Butts, Joyce Bishop,
the parents of a baby girl, Donna announce the birth of a baby girl, Greg Burch, Debra Hattaway, Nan-
Lynette on May 9. Ruth Ann on May 27. cy Richards, Buddy Boyette, Deb-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Lowery, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Gorte- bie Williamson, Pam Wilson, Ger-
Port St. Joe, announce the birth moller of Wewahitchka, announce ald Smith, Teresa Counts and Shir-
of a son, David Paul on May 25. the birth of a daughter, Andrea ley Cantley.'
'Mr. add Mrs. Curtis Porter of ,Renee on May 28. TThe dance space donated from
Wewahitchka, announce the birth Mr. and Mrs. James T. Chambers 16 to 3 by Mr. and Mrs. Butler was
of a daughter, Nancy Lynn on of East Point announce the birth beautifully decorated in brown and
May 25. f a girl, Susan goiancene on May gold, the class colors. Parents ser-
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Samuel31 girl, Sus ved as chaperones and also provid-
Barnes. Jr., 225A Avenue B an-, ed sandwiches, cake and chips. St.
nounce the birth of a boy, James (All births occurred at the Port Joe Natural Gas Co., donated iced
Gregory on May 26. St. Joe Municipal Hospital.) soft drinks for the guests.
,Week End Specials
With $10.00 Order Colonial
SUGAR 10 Ib
Georgia Grade ."A" Fresh
SMALL 'EGGS 3 doz. 79c TOMATO
'FIELD PEAS lb. 25c LETTUCE
Limit 1 Bag Reg. White Golden RiP
Irish 'POTATOES ----- 10 'lbs. 59c BANANi
Showboat With $10.00 Order or More'
Pork and Beans
'Pal With $10.00 Order or More
)ES lb. 29c
AtS lb. 10c
No. 10 Jug
U. S. Good U. S. Good
T-Bone Steak -----lb. $1.19 Chuck Roast ------lb. 59c
U. S. Good 'Fresh
Sirloin Steak -----b. $1.09 Pork Steak --------lb. 49c
U. S. Good Fresh
Round Steak ------b. 99c Pork Roast l--- b. 45c
U. S. Good SHOULDER Fresh Center Cut-Lb. End-Lb.
Round Roast ------b. 79c Pork Chops ----- 79c 49c
Clark's Grocery & Market
Midget Invetmnth ,with
Miss King Feted at Parties
*' ^ *i ~*" Beach. *
Miss Karen King, bride-elect*
of Robert Joseph Nastally, H,"
,was honored with a morning cof-
fee in the home of Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gilbert
announce the approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Gilda
Lee, to Larry Wayne Branch, son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Branch, all
of Port St. Joe.
The wedding is planned for
August 22, at 4:00 p.m. in the
First Presbyterian Church.
No invitations are being sent
locally but all friends 'and rela-
tives of the, couple are invited
to attend the wedding and recep- _
tion which will follow.
Campbell on Friday, June 13.
Campbell' on Friday, June 13.
Hostesses were Mrs. Campbell
and Mrs. Carl Guilford.
Many of Miss King's friends.
called between the hours of 10
and 12 o'clock.
Pictured above, left to right
are, Miss Ann Gaillard and Miss
Laura Guilford, granddaughters
of Mrs. Campbell, Miss King,
Cuyler King and Mrs. Robert
King, mother of the honoree.
The Wayne Hendrix beach
house was colorfully decorated
with a Polynesian accent on June
9 when Miss King was honored
with a Coke party. Mrs. Hendrix,
Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Dave
May and Mrs. Frank Hannon
were hostesses for the occasion.
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., and Mrs.
George Tapper delighted Miss
King with a kitchen shower on
Saturday, June 13 in the Silas
Stone beach house at Mexico
We added a lot
of extras to this
...and' cut the
total price $110.
*lBased on comparison with Ford's suggested retail price of a Ford
Galaxie 500 equipped with vinyl interior trim, rocker panel mold-
Ings, door edge guards, vinyl roof and deluxe wheel covers.
Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr., will
share her home with Mrs. Gusr
Creech, Mrs. Chauncey Costinu
and Mrs. Herman. Dean on Satur-
day, June 20 when they will have
the bridesmaid's luncheon.
Mr.'and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller
and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hen-
drix will host the rehearsal sup-
per on Saturday night in the Mil-
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Richards
will share their spacious home
with Mrs. Leo Shealy, Mrs. Tom
Parker, Jr., and Mrs. George
Wimberly to have the wedding
party and out of town guests for
breakfast on Sunday morning,
The wedding of Miss King to
Robert Joseph Nastally, II, will
be held at 2:00 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, June!
You'd expect to pay a lt more;
for any car in the Galaxie 500
class-especially with all these
extra features. Instead, we've
lowered the pricel That's
what your Ford Dealer's
Economy Drive Is all about.
Here's what we've added:
* Vinyl roof
* All-vinyl interior trim
e Special metallic paint
* Deluxe wheel covers
* Chrome rocker moldings
* Chrome door edge guards
Plus all of Ford's other
The Galaxie 500 you buy during
the Economy Drive is the same
luxury-equipped automobile it's
always been. With Ford's
famous quiet ride. With the
spacious "Front Room" that
gives you more leg and knee
room up front. Smooth ride and
handling. Available in both
2-door and 4-door models.
St. Joe Motor Company
822 MONUMENT AVE.
tpfiI a -q-
.24 7th St. Highland View
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970-
k'Piart St. *w, Fla. 32456
Brother of Mrs. Smith Richards Family to Gather at Torreya
Killed In Accident
The twelfth annual Richards' was Daniel Richards of Thomas-
Mrs. Myrtree Smith of this cit family reunion will be held Sun-. ville, Georgia. John Tate of Ohio
was called' to Mobile, Alabama day, June 28 at Torreya State Park. traveled the farthest distance and
Monday by the death of her bro- The family is made up of the Howard Lamar Richards, son of
ther,.Brinson Coody. descendents of the eleven children Billy Joe and Brenda Richards of
Coody was killed in an automo- of Thomas and Elizabeth Richards LOverstreet was the youngest mem-
fibile accident Monday morning :on and all are expected to gather at ber present.
his way to work at Pascagoula.L the annual affair.
Coody is a retired merchant sea- Last year, the oldest member of All friends and relatives are in-
man. the family present for the reunion vited.
Funeral arrangements were not
4Silable at press time yesterday. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
ebekahS Entertain State Officer
by Mrs. Mary Weeks
The American Legion Hall in
Port St. Joe was the scene of a
I banquet sponsored by the members
of Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 22
honoring Mrs. Hazel Robinson of
Kissimmee, President of the Re.
bekah Assembly of Florida on Fri-
day evening, June 12 at 7:00 p.m.
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and tires off
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JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
The banquet table as well as the Department Association L.A.P.M. the members, asked them to live
entire party area carried out Mrs. 'of Florida of Kissimmee; Betty up to the beautiful precepts of the
Robinson's chosen colors of red, Newsome. color bearer of the Re- order and to fortify their lives by
white, blue and gold, using red, bekah Assembly of Florida; Alma many friendships and to give them
white and blue flowers in artfully Oberg, Marshall of the Rebekah sensible tokens of their love since
balanced arrangements at- focal Assembly of Florida of Punta Gor- "The only way to have a friend is
points. Place cards for the banquet da and Countess Harwell, District to be one".
table featured a tiny American Deputy President of District Two Mrs. Robinson was directed to
flag and the dove of peace along of Panama City. These girls respon- go on a swinging trip through
with a clever welcome greeting. ded graciously to their toasts. "Dreamland" where she steered
Fo n b ar w e g g .. .. her boat toward the various sta.
Mrs. Hazel Sims was Mistress of Following the banquet the Lodge tions and was given a gift and
ceremonies for the dinner. Mrs. met in regular session with Mrs. eulogy in rhyme by each member.
Flora Long gave the invocation. Shirley Webb, Noble Grand pre. Following this, Mrs. Shirley Webb
Mrs. Mary Weeks made the wel- siding. Mrs. Flora Long served as presented her a gift from the
come address. Mrs. Estella Parra- Conductor and again introduced Lodge.
more of Wewahitchka, responded the distinguished guests and those Guests from Port St. Joe, Kiss-
to the welcome address. Mrs. Sims who were eligible were given "The immee, Parker, Panama City, Punta
then presented Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Honors of the Degree". Gorda and Wewahitchka signed the
Lucy Hamlin. first Vice-President, Mrs. Robinson in her speech to guest register.
C. D. Gives Preparedness
Tips for Hurricane Season
The Gulf County Civil Defense is approaching and is offering the early. Don't risk being marooned.
office says the hurricane season following information to better pre- If your house is beyond dan-
pare you to meet a storm's on- ger of high tide, and is reasonably
slaught should it strike the see- secure, it is probably the best
'Leadership Courses tion of the state.-The season runs place to remain.
from June 1 through November 30 *0 Protect picture windows and
For Baptist Women Names given hurricanes for the other glass areas.
current season are: Alma, Becky, Loose objects become wea-
Leadership courses will be taught Celia, Dorothy, Ella, Felice, Greta, pons of destruction during a hurri-
Monday night, June 22 at the First Hallie, Isabel, Judith, Kendra, Lois, cane. Place things like garbage
Baptist Church at 7:00 p.m., for Marsha, Noreen, Orpha, Patty, Re- cans, furniture, toys and garden
all WMU and WMS members in na, Sherry, Thora, Vicky and Wil- tools inside.
this area. ma Lay in a store of food that
this area. does not need, to be refrigerated or
Conferences will be held for A tropical disturbance is a cooked.
WMU leaders, Baptist women, storm carrying.winds of 39 to 73 Have on hand a working flash-
Gaptist young women, actennsds. miles per hour. The hurricanes, of light, first aid kit and a fire ex-
GA's and mission friends. t which we need tq have the most tinguisher.
All Baptist womeare urged to respect, pack winds of 74 miles per Draw a good supply of drink-
attend this meeting to gain infor- hour and over. ig water.
nation on the programs and he Civil Defense recommends 0 If you.feel insecure in your
changes for the new year. the following 'preparations before own home, go to the nearest shel-
the hurricane strikes. !ter, when it is announced that
A~a r0 Fill the tank of your car and they are open. Take blankets and
Cheerleaders Sponsor have the tires and battery checked. pillows with. you. Take necessary
Beginner Workshop Keep your radio'tuned for the foods and baby formulas. Pets can-
latest information on the storm. If not be taken to shelters.
possible have a battery-operated Public shelters have first aid ser-
The varsity Cheerleaders are radio on hand. i vices but are not equipped for hos-
sponsoring a little cheerleaders1; Get 'away and stay away from pital care. Those under special
workshop to be held Saturday, June beaches and. low-lying areas. If care should contact their family
20 in the Port St. Joe High School passage to high ground is over a physician for instructions during
Gymnasium. road likely to be flooded, leave an emergency.
Girls ages kindergarten to sixth
grade are to- come in the morning
at 10:00 for classes lasting to 12:00
noon. Girls junior high school age
are to come in the afternoon from
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
All girls will be instructed on
stunts, tumbling and cheers. Admis-
sion for the workshop will be $1.00
per girl. ,
IS YOUR GERMAN SHEPARD
MISSING? A young male dog has
taken up at our house at 111 Allen
Memorial Way. Owner may have
by claiming him. Wesley R. Ram.
Take A Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich took a
"visiting" vacation recently, tra
veling to Trenton to visit Rev. and
Mrs. C. A. Lundy. From there they
went to Ocala and visited with
Rev. and Mrs. L. J. Keels. There
on to Tampa-to visit Mrs. Rich's
niece, Mrs, Ed Webb and Mr
Rich's uncle and aunt, Mr. anc
Mrs. M. E. Williams.
By The Florida Power Corporation
Now that summer weather has
arrived. ice cream made, in. an
electric freezer will really rate with
your family. Try this recipe for
very interesting results.
CUSTARD CRUNCH ICE CREAM
1 package (3 oz.) egg custard mix
% Cup sugar
dash of salt
1-% cups milk
1 envelope whipped topping mix
% cup grapenuts cereal
Blend custard mix, sugar and
salt with milk in saucepan. Bring
quickly to a boil, stirring constant-
ly. Pour into an 8-inch square pan.
Refrigerate until cool.
Prepare whipped topping mix as
directed on package; throughly
blend into cooled custard. Fold in
cereal. Freeze 3 hours, or until
Makes about 3 cups or 6 servings.
State Parks Offer Some Cabin Rental
A cabin in the woods not far
from a stream, lake or sea may
be the answer to a perfect vaca-
tion. If so, seven of Florida's state
parks now have cottages to rent.
These guest houses range from
simple frame structures without
kitchens or bathrooms to the most
deluxe of accommodations with even
linens furnished. Prices vary from
$6.00 (plus 'tax) nightly for the
frame structures to $16.00 (plus
tax) nightly and $96.00 (plus tax)
weekly for the more deluxe. A
higher seasonal rate is charged at
Reservations may be made di-
Srectly with the parks.
St. Joseph' State Park, near Port
St. Joe bas one modernly furnished
small cottage for rent. The unit is
located overlooking the boat basin
of St. Joseph Bay. A queen-size
hide-a-way bed, a bunk and single
hide-a-way provide sleeping accom-
Other parks offering cabin fa:
cilities include: Gold Head Branch
State Park at Keystone Heights,
Myakka River near Sarasota, Jon-
athan Dickinson State Park at
Hobe Sound, Fort Pickens near
Pensacola, Hillsborough River near
Zephyrhills and Hontoon Island
State Park near DeLand.
For complete information on
cottages to rent at Florida's state
parks, write the Bureau of Educa-
tion and Information, Department
of Natural Resources, Larson
Building, Tallahassee, Florida.
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 F)L& SERVICE drug storeB--
QSoa Fountain, Tobacco Department, Cameras and
Film, Cosmetics, Greeting Cards, gtationery-and of
course, our complete Prescription Department. We
early 1iot 6fily the newest drugs anr4 undries, 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
GIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Drive In Window for Prescriptions At Rear of Store
2 FREE PARKING SPACES AT OUR REAR DOOR
PHONE 227-511 286 REID AVENUE
THE STAR, Port St; Joe, Fla. 32456
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970
THE SAR. ort t. Je. PIrlds HURDAYJUNE18,17
Fishing Licenses For 1970-71 On Sale
Florida fresh water fishing licen- Frye, said, "The new fishing li-
ses for 1970-71 are currently avail- cense is not required until July 1;
able at the office of County Judge however, the new license will be
Sam P. Husband and authorized honored by wildlife officers start-
license agents throughout the ing June 15. The new license will
county, according to an announce- be valid through June 30, 1971."
ment by the Game and Fresh Wa-1 Sportsmen are also reminded
ter Fish Commission. that they may purchase a combin-
Conimissioi Director, Dr. 0. E. action hunting and fishing license
CHEESE 'N GARLIC STICKS
Complement your favorite soup with a crunchy "mini-" hot
Home baked quick breads transform even the simplest meal
into something extra special and they're so easy.
On cold, wintry days when your children come home for
lunch, treat them to a bowl of steaming hot soup and a gener-
ous serving of Cheese 'N Garlic Sticks. These crisp, golden
biscuit sticks, robustly flavored with sharp Cheddar cheese and
garlic, rate A-1 with both children and adults. You will want
to Jkeep a supply of these zesty corn meal snacks on hand, as
special pre-dinner appetizers or to accompany tomato juice
or for use with favorite dips.
Cheese 'N Garlic Sticks take only minutes to prepare with
enriched self-rising flour and corn meal. These dependable
products contain preblended leavening and salt for your con-
venience. All enriched self-rising products provide nutrients
essential for good health the B-vitamins, thiamine, niacin
and riboflavin, plus the minerals, iron and calcium.
CHEESE 'N GARLIC STICKS
1 cup enriched self-rising !4 cup shortening
corn meal 1 cup shredded sharpt
1 cup enriched self-rising Cheddar cheese
flour* i, to % cup milk
34 teaspoon garlic powder
Stir together corn meal, flour and garlic powder. Cut in short-
ening until mixture resembles coarse crumbs; stir in cheese.
Blend in enough milk to make a soft dough. Turn onto lightly
floured surface and knead gently 30 seconds. Roll out to 8 x 16-
inch rectangle. With sharp knife cut dough in half lengthwise,
then crosswise into 11-inch strips. Place on greased baking
sheet. Bake in preheated 425 oven 10 to 12 minutes or until
*Spoon flour '-y measuring cup; level. Do not scoop.
- Say You SaW It In The Star -
Ira L. Mount, Sr., of Port St. Joe
announces the graduation of his
grandson, Vincent Aure Mount.
Vincent is the son of Ira L. Mount,
Jr., and the late Bettye Jackson
Mount. Both parents are graduates
of Washington High School. The
family is presently stationed at
Fort Bragg, North Carolina where
his father is a career soldier.
Vincent_ spent his first two years
of elementary school in Port Si.
Joe. He graduated June 3, 1970
from Seventy-First High School in
Fayetteville, North Carolina with
scholastic honors. Heis the recip-
ient of a four year senior ROTC
scholarship, valued at $10,500,
which wlil fully cover his expenses
at Tallahassee's Florida State Uni-
versity, where he will matriculate
this fall. Others proud of his
achievements include his maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Annie Mae Jack
son of Port St. Joe and his three
brothers and two sisters.
Beach Cubs Plan
Mexico Beach Cub Scout Pack
307 will have a Summertime olym-
pics and Pack meeting Saturday,
June 20 at 4:00 p.m. at the Bea-
con Hill ball park.
Any boys who will be eight or
ip the third grade and interested
in being a Cub Scout, should come
and bring at least one parent with
that will be valid throughout the hunting on licensed hunting pre-:
1970-71 season and will allow hunt-'serve only, $5.50; statewide arch-
ing and fishing statewide ery hunting permit, $5.00; non-.
Frye said, "Buying a license now resident annual fishing, $8.00; non-
may prevent embarrassment at president annual hunting, $26.5f
later date when a sportsman may non-resident 14-day fishing, $3.25;
decide on a sudden trip and find non-resident 10-day hunting, $11.50,
he has no license." non-resident 5-day fishing, $2.25.
License fees are:
1 11 1 f
I esiaent statewide combinaton
: hunting and fishing, $10.50; resi-
Sdent statewide fishing, $3.00; resi-
dent statewide hunting, $7.50; res.-
- ident county hunting, $2.00; re;i-
dent hunting other than home'
county, $4.50; wildlife management]
area stamp, $5.00; wildlife manage-
ment area stamp (under 15) $2.50;
Dick Dawson Honored by Ryder
System for His Accomplishments
Dick Dawson, son of' Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Dawson, was-hon-
ored recently by the Ryder Sys-
tems, Inc., by being placed in
the "Ryder Million-Dollar Round-
Dick giew up here in Port St.
Joe and graduated from Port St.
Joe High School in 1956. He at-
tended Florida Stafe University,
Jacksonville Technical School
and Jones Business College.
203 REID AVENUE
I I i ` 'I
. Dawson joined Ryder, Inc., as
a Transit Rental Manager in 1963,
and became an account manager
.in 1964 and a branch manger in
Dick is a member and director
of the Jacksonville Downtown
Lions Club and also treasurer-
tontroller of i the 'Jacksonville
Commercial Divers, Inc. He and
his wife, the former dypale Love,
have two daughters.
COOL QUIET WONDERFUL
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.
I I I
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Studies show newspapers to be
the most effective medium of
advertising your business
SBuild Your Business In Port St. Joe by Advertising In
Phone 227-3161 for Courteous -Help In Your Advertising Program
) 1^ $168.88j
z -" plus silverware basket
Sdetergent dispenser *
) new slim-line styling full-
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S* -big capacity *
MODEL SVP 60 LIMITED TIME ONLY!
IPEED Washing THE TOP-LOADER
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THE'STAIL- art S t. Je. Floricl
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970
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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970 THE STAR, Port St. Jee, -la. 32456
Prices Effective through Jmne 20, 1970
(Quantity Rights Reserved)
S- FROZEN FOOD, FEATURES
Sea Pak Frozen FISH
,3, 8 oz.
Downy Flake Frozen
WAFFLES --------12oz. 39c
Birds Eye Frozen
COOL WHIP -------- 9 oz. 59c
10 oz. 43c.
DOMINO Limit 5 Lbs. With $10. Order
5 lbs. 48c
Ga. Grade 'A' LARGE
Slenda Sue ICE Half Gal. Ctns.
MILK 2For 99
GEORGIA GRADE "B"
cup (1 stick) butter
j cup chili sauce
2 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. garlic salt
1% pounds ground beef
1 cup soft bread crumbs .
1/3 cup Barbecue Sauce
b, cup chopped onion
1 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. pepper
8 hamburger buns, toasted and
To prepare Barbecue Sauce: In a
small saucepan melt butter; add
chili sauce, Worcestershire sauee
and ga-lic salt; simmer 5 minutes.
To prepare Hamburger Patties: In
a bowl lightly mix beef, bread,
sauce, onion, salt, pepper. Shape in-
ito 8 patties. Broil or grill 6-8 min-
utes on each side or until desired
doneness. Place patties in buns
and serve with additional sauce.
Quartered Fryer BREAST --b.
Quartered Fryer THIGHS ------- Ib
Frying Chicken DRUM STICKS ---. lb.
rying t nic--------
Frying Chicken WINGS ---... 3 lbs.
Frying Chicken NECKS -------3 lbs.
BACON, ------b. 69c
Choice Beef .
M P. R 0 A ST ..b.
U. S. Choice Beef
CH UCK STEAK -------- ---b.
Tender Just Right fora 'Quick Delicious M1eal
,CU BED STEAK--- ------ b.
Enjoy These On A Cookout!
SAVOY BR0 I L,--. .--b.
Super "Buys o
wn 1 ^1 in' r
cMt 'Penny 'Pinceluin I
TW 1. LW3A diW1- A, ww1 .s
Highly Unsaturated CRISCO
Del Monte FRUIT
COCKTAIL 4 cans
Salad and Sandwich Perfect LUZIANNE Limit 1 With $10.00 or
Del Monte TOMATO
,CATSUP 3 o3/es $
Cola, Orange, Root Beer, Strawberry or Ginger Ale Pull Tab Cans
CHUG A LUG ,10
H HILY UNSAlTUfRA0
-I McCormick Ground
* Black Pepper 4 oz. 51c
McCormick 3% Oz. Bottle
Minced Onion btl. 59c ,
McCormick 3A O. Bottle
Garlic Salt btl. 33c
McCormick 3A Oz. Bottle :
Season All btl. 29c
McCormick 5V2 Oz. Bottle
c Meat Tenderizer' 59c
SSeasoned or Unseasoned
"DISCOUNT PRICES on all Health and Beauty Aids
Heal & Shoulders medium tube Compare at $1.15 i
Reg. or Mint Toothpaste Compare at 65c
CREST ,4 8c
Mouthwash Compare at 79c
WHY PAY MORE? Aspirin Save!
250 Ct. Bottle
Peep's Stretch.- Beige Petite, Medium, Extra Tall
HO S Heel and Toe
Al Shades and Sizes. Knitted In Heel and Toe.
Fryer Parts Special
FRESH and LEAN GROUND
r u 11rC K
Green Giant Shoe Peg CORN or
CARROT NUGGETS _-
All Grinds Maxwell House
Quality COFFEE 2 Ibs. $1.73
Nabisco Sugar Honey 16 oz.
Graham Crackers box 39c
Quality TEA ---__ 8 oz. 49c
16 oz. pkgs. Lara Lynn Marshmallow
PIES --- 3 pkgs. $1.00
TRASH BAGS --10 ct. 79c
Mild 3 9
LIQUID 32 oz. 39c
PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Fla. 32456
Governor Claude Kirk Announces Highway Safety Program "Arrive Alive
TALLAHASSEE Governor I pace car of -the Firecracker 4
Claude R. Kirk, Jr., today announc- automobile race. The event w
ed a new six-months highway safe- be televised nationally.
ty program for Florida motorists. Governor Kirk revealed that a
ARRIVE ALIVE is the pro- Florida Highway Patrol cars w
gram's slogan and a reproduction also carry the slogan, tag and th
of the Florida State vehicle license he has had. meetings with the
tag with those words on it is the ficers of the Patrol encouraging
symbol. Metal plates for mounting strict enforcement of traffic reg
on the front of cars and trucks will lations under the ARRIVE ALIV
be displayed by motorists through- campaign.
out. the State. "Florida's COURTEOUS INTEM
Official starting date for the pro- DATION program, which I initiate
gram is Independence Day, July 4 last December 1, was a great su
when the first license plates with cess," said Governor Kirk. "W
the slogan -will be carried around ended the year with less fataliti
the Daytona raceway track on the. than the previous year even thou
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
TRAINING UNION ..
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE .......
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
* 6:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
r REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School........................................ 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship --....... .....-............ .....11:00 AM.
Evening Worship ............... 7:00 P.M..
Methodist Youth Fellowship ................. 8:00 P.M.
S "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
You Are Cordially Invited To, Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL ... 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP' .......................... 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ........... 5:45
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
S E 'E
TOMMY THOMAS CHEVROLET
New and Used Cars and Trucks
00 thousands of additional cars were more than five percent. boards. bring the violators in,
ill using Florida roads .to drive hun-I "With excellent results like that, Business firms throughout Flor- the courts to make of:
dreds of thousands of additional COURTEOUS INTIMIDATION must ida will be offered advertising ma- lize that highway sla
all miles. Arrests for drunken driving be extended and intensified. The trials which they can use in con- suffering of thousands
ill increased 50.2 percent, vhile ac- new program, starting July 1 and, junction with their own promotion-, bodies and millions o:
at cldents per vehicle mile are down running until the end of the year, al campaigns. These will include
of- is called ARRIVE ALIVE." billboard copy, taped radio commer-
ng a A The Governor called upon all cials, television spot announce-'
u- police departments, law enforce- ments, newspaper and magazine ad
rE Le gal RA ment agencies and courts through- mats. Florida resort arid travel ad-
out the State to crack down hard vertisers who use Northern media
I-" IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S on traffic violators. Drunken dri- will be urged to insert the ARRIVE
ed COURT IN AND FOR GULF vers, speeders and stop sign run- ALIVE slogan.
Jc- COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN ners must stop their murderous All Florida newspapers, radio
Ve PR OBeATE. ways, he said. License suspensions, and television stations \ill be ~pro-
es DAVID C. ARNETT revocations and jail terms should vided with ads which they can use
gh Deceased. help reform them. as public service messages. /
NOTICE TO CREDITORS A full scale public awareness Media will also receive news re-
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL and advertising program will carry leases about the progress of AR-
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- the ARRIVE ALIVE message to the RIVE ALIVE, and news about co-
TATE: public. Business firms throughout operating sponsorships by business
You, and each of you, are hereby the state will devote part of their firms, special observance and
notified and required to present newspaper, radio and television ad- events promoted by police depart-
any, claims and demands wy h vertising to ARRIVE ALIVE. Stores ments, and social, civic and frater-
against the estate of DAVID C. AR- will display safety banners in win- nal organizations.
NETT, deceased, late of Gulf Coun- dows, gasoline stations will dis- Work will start soon on the pro-
ty, Florida, to the Honorable S. P. play promotional materialsand ci- duction of a full color and sound ..
Husband, County Judge of Gulf i social, and fraternal organiza- motion picture film entitled AR-,..
County, and file the same in his
office in the County Courthouse in tons will conduct ARRIVE ALIVE RIVE ALIVE, the Governor an-
Gulf County, Florida, within six activities, Governor Kirk said. nounced. It will feature the Florida COFFEE AND CR]
(6) calendar months from the date The ARRIVE ALIVE license' Highway Patrol's new VASCAR especially in the co
of th first publication hereof. plate will be reproduced on bumper speed measuring device and will ditionally been enj
Said claims or demands to contain ..s i When you use ice
the legal address of the claimant stickers in smaller size. be available for showings at beverage and desse
and to be sworn to and presented Other promotional materials theaters, meetings, s.,chools, col- an easy ending for
as aforesaid, or same will be barr- which the state Will distribute leges and similar places through- -
ed. See Section 733.16 Florida Sta- through the Governor's Highway out the state. 2 large o
tutes. 2 large scop
Dated this 2nd day of June, A. Safety Commission- will include "Enforcement will be the key to ice cream
D. 1970. window signs, banners and posters the success of the ARRIVE ALIVE .!i cups hot w
MARGUERITE A. TOOTLE for stores and gas stations, counter campaign," Governor Kirk sa'd. I Place scoops of ice
As Administratrix of the cards, bus cards, window decals, am calling upon the police in all water to coffee; sti
Estate of DAVID C. AR- postal cards, tent cards to be plac- municipalities and counties to .n- of mugs. Sprinkle
WILLIAM J. RISH, ed on restaurant tables and bill- force traffic laws. I want them to,
303 Fourth Street 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 6-4
Attorney for Administratrix
INVITATION TO BID -
BID, NO. 90 DANLEY'S
Sealed Bids will be received bv D.
thd'City Commission of the City of tAST gL BIG END of WM^ ^ f
Port St. Joe. Florida at its regular LAST BIG WEIV END of
lace of meeting in the Municioal
Building in Port St. Joe. Florida
until 5:00 P.M.. E.D.T., July 7. 1970,
for the following described fire
600 leet 2.% inch single jacket
neoohrene. rubber lined. 300 lb.
t"4t with National Standard Hose
Threads. rocker lug coulines or '
Din lus countings attached and
nil vnql-eto therefor. P
The Cifv of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received. 1il quotes should be -
FOB Port St. .Toe, Florida. Delivery
a City Auditor & ClerkS3t sSAVE NOW In This Big
DEPARTMENT of Mid-Summer Event
Special Traffic Regulations
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That the Department of Trans-
portation at its meeting of May 4,
1970 gave consideration, to the re-
quests relating to special traffic A
regulations and in each case made Give Him A
a review of the traffic investiga-
tion report, along with the recm-Comforta le
wnendations of the engineer at the OMi0r0auue
location or locations described be-
'Gulf County: Section 51560 in
Port St. Joe as follows:
Long Avenue from SLD MP0.0000 R mW m
to SLD TP 1.843,.. distance, 1.843
mi. 30 MPFH Speed Zone. ".:, from "I
'Marvin Avenue from SLDMP t nM
0.000 to SLD MP 1.047, distance -e
1.047 mi. 30 MPH speed zone. D SLarge
Woodward Street, from SLD MP
G 000 to SLD MP 0.944. distance
C.944 mi., 30 MPH speed zone. ,.
Monument Avenue from SLD MP .
0.000 to SLD MP (.980. distance
0980 mi.. 35 MPH speed zone. I Vinyl covers
On motion duly made and see-
bI onded. the above traffic and speed Choieof Colos:
regulations were determined to be coo!
reasonable and necessary upon the'0
,basis of the engineering and traf-
ific investigation. and authority
was therefore given for the estab-
lishment of same and the placing\$
of the proper marking and signs
as indicated: also. for the elimina-
tion of existing controls where this
PAT DODSON, Director
Department of Transportation
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ughter, theI Funding of the program was
s of broken made possible under the ,National
f dollars in Highway Safety Act.
EAM have been going steady for a long time,
coffeehouses of Europe where coffee has tra.
oyed with mounds of rieh whipped cream.
cream instead, it makes a fine combination
rt-nice for a snack at the card table or as
r a warm-weather meal.
4 teaspoons Maxim
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Single Speed Washer Spin Tub, Porcelain Enamel
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i THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970
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THE STAR. Port St. Jo., Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970
SCS Offers Ways To Improve Fish Ponds
Finding ways to improve fishing to do the following when a fish
,in Gulf County is one of .the pri- kill due to low oxygen occurs, ac-
mary missions of Wiley Garrett He cording to Garrett
presents the Soil Conservation
Prvice and is the County Coordin. The loss of fish through insuffi-
ator for the West Florida Resource ent oxygen may become quite
Conservation a n d Development common at certain times of the
SPr~eat (C&D). opm year. Whether it be in fish ponds
SI stocked with a bass-bluegill-catfish
, \'One of the critical problems in combination, or in commercial cat-
all types of fish ponds is fish kill- fish operations, early recognition
ed due to low oxygen in the water. and preventive measures can usu-
Pond and lake owners are advised ally prevent a fish die-off.
Oxygen is normally available in
synthesis has been reduced and
2. Aerate water by spraying it
How Does This Grab You As A
Gift Idea for Your Old Man?
water through the photosynthesis maximum withdrawal of oxygen into the air. Small lift pumps are TALLAHASSEE Families look- If "dear old dad" is a hunter
process. Sunlight causes microscop- has taken place during the night. available from several manufac- ing for a special gift for Father's the family might consider a com-
ic plants to take in carbon dioxide If a check of the pond shows de- turers. j Day, June 21, might consider a bination hunting-fishing license
and give off oxygenase High tempera- greased activity or sluggishness ing" 3. Release water from bottom of fresh water fishing license. The which sells for ten fifty.
tures increase aquatic life activity fish life, or if fish are "gaping" ondif possible. This water is nor cost is small, three dollars for a To make the gift extra special
in water, thus demands an oxygen for air on the surface, immediate mally low in oxygen. resident license, and it allows 365'the family should plan to "take
increase also. The danger of an steps should be taken. days of fishing anywhere in Flor-.' dad fishing". To help make the
4. Replenish water in ponds from ida. fishing trip a success write the
oxygen shortage usually occurs aI- Steps to take: well or other source by splashing Frsh water fishing license for Game and Fresh Water Fish Caro-
ter a few days of cloudy weather. 1. Apply 50 pounds of super- it before entering pond. 11970-71 will go on sale June 15 and mission, Tallahassee for a copy of
and usually about sunrise. Under phosphate per acre. This stimulates I 5. Stop feeding in catfish ponds will be honored from June 15, 19701 the booklet Tips on How to Catch
such conditions, the rate of photo- photosynthesis activity., until condition has been corrected. through June 30, 1971. i Fresh Water Fish.
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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Jo, I-la. 32456
l.J WHAT YOU SHOULDKNOW
SI ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION:
Unlike an old friend, you cannot rely upon an old prescrip-
ion to do a thorough job... especially the same one for
which it was originally Intended. Drugs lose their potency
over a number of years and some Increase in strength
through evaporation. Not only might a drug prove ineffec-
tive but it may be dangerous as wel. Adverse storage condi-
tions could also affect the prescription. Chemical changes
can occur within the liquid, capsule or tablet. Then, too,
there Is the constant danger of a child readcting for an old
prescription. Thinking it's candy... or simply imitating you
.. he mighf swallowthe contents. The results may be tragic.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970
District Commander Leroy Marks, right, hands
VFW Commander, Post 10069 to Jack Brown. To
Commander Marvin Shimfessel.
the gavel of the
the left is Vice-
Jack Brown Installed As Commander
Of Port St. Joe V.F.W. Post Monday
I Jack Brown was installed as
Commander of John C. Gainous
Post 10069 Monday night at a
banquet held at Butler's Restau-
rant. Brown succeeds Marvin
Shimfessel, out-going Command-
Other officers installed were
Shimfessel as Senior Vice-Com-
mander; Buddy Bridges, Jr. Vice-
Commander; Kenneth Creech,
Chaplain; Fred Trevail, Quarter-
master; Charles Lowry, Surgeon
and Jim Sealey, Third Trustee.
Installing officer was District
1 Commander, Leroy Marks of
Readers are sailing into the
second week of the Reading Re-
gatta at.the St. Joe Public Li-
brary. The regatta is open to all
children who can read. Each
1ld keeps a personal reading'
record, stamped by the librarian
as books are completed. This re-
cord starts the day the child
joins. He also receives an iden-
tification card. Each' child who
reads at least one book receives
a button when the book is record-
ed in his folder.
Children participating in the
Regatta are not required to read
from prescribed lists nor to com-
pete with other children in con-
tests of any kind. The purpose
of the regatta is to read during
the summer for fun.
The reading regatta runs thru
June, July and the first week of
August. Children may sign up at
the St. Joe Public Library or
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Apalachicola Post 4440.
Visitors included Jim Devers
of Post; 10028 in Maryland and
Jim Pope, a member of Post 683
in Danang, Vietnam.
Church to Observe
The Glad Tidings Assembly ol
God Church in Wewahitchka will
observe "Appreciation Day" for
Rev. Early W. Whitfield Sunday
June 21 at 11:00 A.M., CST.
Rev. Whitfield has been in the
ministry since 1928, having pas
tored 11 of these years in Wewa-
An old-fashioned, dinner on the
grounds will be served. Everyone
is cordially invited to share the
"Day of Appreciation" for Rev.
City Signs Pact
(Continued From Page If
limit raised from 30 to 35 miles
Street Sweeper Purchased
May Machinery Company of'
Mobile, Alabama was the success-
ful bidder Tuesday night to fur-
nish the City with a used street
sweeper. The machine was offer-
ed by May, rebuilt, at 'a price of
$6,500.00. May 'will uncondition-
ally guarantee the equipment for
a period of 90 days.
Commissioner Bob Holland
made the motion to buy the
equipment on the proviso that
the concern deliver it and the
City reserve the right to refuse
delivery if it is not as represent.
A May Company representative
was present at the meeting and
agreed to the proposition and of-
fered to send a man for two days
to teach its operation and make
periodic call-backs for 90 days
on the machine.
The sweeper .will be delivered
on Tuesday of next week.
Dixie Youth Requests
Benny Roberts, 'representing
the Dixie Youth Baseball League
asked the City to make a few
minor changes on the new play-
ing field recently constructed.
Roberts also.,asked that the
City consider grassing the out-
field of the field for future tour-
nament play and construction of
additional concession stand fa-
cilities so thatAhis service could
be expanded. ,'
The City agreed to go ahead
withi the grassing with summer
help now available,,and to con-
sider further improvements in
In 'other items of business the
City agreed to construct a
barbed wire-topped chain link
fence around :the water pump
house at Forest Park Cemetery
to prevent the pump from being
stolen. Park superintendent Dor-
ton Hadden said that three
pumps have been stolen from
Commissioner Dan Sexton re-
ported that low voltage problems
at the hospital have been appar-
ently solved by moving the Flor-
" id Power transformer closer to
the: hospital 'reducing voltage
loss on the long service drop. He
said he and Florida Power are
keeping an eye on the situation
to.see-that-the problem is solved.
.Commisioner Holland asked
that a site on the Gulf County
Canal be secured to stockpile
old car bodies to be used in ad-
'ditionai fishing reefs in the Gulf
of Mexico. Holland said the Army
Reserve unit whichwas here re-
cently agreed to haul the bodies
to the Gulf and dump them next
year. Commissioner Coldewey
said he would try to locate such
an area on the canal.
Brock Explains Status of Golf Course
Charles Brock, president of the Brock reported that the board of!
St. Joseph Bay Country Club gave directors has located a possible; 'Band P -' Meet
a report on the current conditionI second site for location of the in. BI nd Parents Meet
of the country club construction stallation, about a mile this side of Tonight to Organize '
project to the Kiwanis Club Tues- Dead Man's Curve on Highway 30-A
day. but that no ,definite action has
Brock started his report by stat- been taken on .shifting 'the site The Port St. Joe High Band
ing that the directors are deter- from its original planned location' Parents Association will meet to-
mined to build a country club com- near Simmons Bayou, about two night at 8:00 p.m. in the band
plex for the Port St. Joe area. miles South of Port St. Joe. room of Port St. Joe High. .Ae-
"This is our only interest", he said. t. .ports on the year's activities will
Brock reported that since on- be given.
ginal bids for construction of the James Clark, Bandmaster, will
Clifford Tharpe Fed recreation complex came in too give a report on the uniform
high, the club has since had a bid drive. Plans for the coming
By His Children from George G. Tapper of Port St.I school year will be'discussed, and
Joe to furnish the land and build officers for the 1970-71 year will
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rich, Mr. and; the facility as designed by the be elected.
Mrs. Harold Keels and Mr. and: club for a price of $257,000. This Parents 6f all beginners, jun-
Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, Jr., enter- price is within the money prom- ior and senior band students are
trained their father, Clifford Tharpe ised by FHA as a construction urged to attend this important
Sr., Sunday, June 7 with a birth- loan. meeting.
day dinner at the home of Mr. and --______ loaI_
Mrs. Bill Rich. The Board of Directors was to
Those enjoying the occasion with meet Tuesday afternoon to study,
Mr. Tharpe were Mr. and Mrs. Bill which of the two available routes CLASSIFIED ADS :
Rich, Billy, Jere, Mike and Tony, to follow.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keels, Hal idget Investments With
and Clay, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Guest of the club was Charles Giant Return." "
Tharpe, Jr., and Clifford, IHI and Arant, manager of Carp's Depart-
1Mrs. Clifford Tharpe, Sr. ment Store.
I Cl Ossfied Is,
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tank. Perfect for mobile home. Call 227-7772. tfc-5-14 LOST: 1971 Port St. Joe High class.
Dan Pope, 222-7217, Andalusia, Ala- ____- ----- i__mg. Girl's ring with purple
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and sportsman's paradise. One $5,- good condition. Reently tuned
000 and for $6,500. Apalachicola. I newpolypropylene ente
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and stucco, carpet and air con in excellent condition. $85.00. on Hlway 98, Beacon Hill. tfc-6-11
ditioned. 523 7th St. 227-3067.' tfe Phone 229-1581. 'tfc-6-18 WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy-
FOR SALE: Dwelling and two lots FOR SALE: Upright piano in ex- press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos.
'at White City. Contact Citizen's cellent condition. $100. Call 227-1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly
Federal. 227-4646. tfc-6-18 8531 after 5:00 p.m. 3t-6-18 no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, hard.-
Fdr.2766ware and appliances. PRIDGEON
FOR SALE: 8 room house 0o two FOR SALE: Bundy-Selmar clarinet 'BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitch-
lots. 1 corner lot and house fur- in good condition. For further ka. tfc-6-11
nished Across hwy. in front of information call 227-4491. 64 1
school in Wewahitchka. Mrs. Rosa -
Stevens. tfe-5-21 1FOR SALE: Walker breed hound FOR
- : I. puppies. 7 wks. old. See Kenneth
FOR RENT or SALE 3 bedroom Creech. Phone 229-4901. Itp! AMBULANCE SERVICE
house with den, 122 Bellamy Cir- .
cle. Also, Jeep in good condition FOR SALE: Dachshund puppy. In Wewahitchka and
for sale. Phone 229-5821. __ Thoroughbred but not registered.
RENTALS now available. Jean Ar- Also registered stud service. Phone Port St. Joe
nold, Representative, U n it ed 229-6337. CALL -
Farm Agency, Beacon Hill Beach. -- -
Phone 648-4800. tfc-6-18 FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control Comforter Funeral Home
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- 229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave. 227-3511
ed house. 422 Third St. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnishea two bed-
room beach cottages at St. Joe
Beach. Reasonable monthly, rates.
Call 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc-7-31
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bedroom
. house, in town. Smith's. Phar-
FOR RENT: Houses in Highland
View. One partially .furnished.
Call 648-4101. tfe-4-23
FOR SALE: Cast nets. 121 Second
Avenue, Oak Grove. Phone 227-
WANTED TO BUY: Brick or block
home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sin-
gle or double carport. In town. All
replies-kept confidential. Call 229-
FOR SALE: Vegetables for freezer.
Peas, squash, tomatoes, beans.
Phone 639-5245, David McCalvin. 1
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
SEPTIC TANKS I pumped out.,J Ua
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937
RADIO and TV REPAIR
.1319 McClellan Ave.
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate..
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227.
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-49e6 for Free Estimate,
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, IH. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
nights. 8:00 p.m. Americap Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Clrysler
15th St., Panama City
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CARD FILES, wood & metal
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