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"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970 NUMBER 42
St. Joseph Bay Country Club Will
Proceed With Construction Plans
Charles Brock, president of
the St. Joseph Bay Country Club
said this week the Board of Di-
rectors of the club have decid-
ed'. not to drop their application
for a federal loan nor stop their
plans to build a country club
near Port St. Joe in spite of an
j aimouncement last Wednesday
W, George G. Tapper that he
S going to build a country
b on property he owns near
Brock pointed out that the
Farmers' Home Administration
has not withdrawn its support
of the St. Joseph's Bay club and
that club directors tre still pro-
ceeding with -the paperwork to
complete' the most: rece i, loan
request. Brock said an option
has been obtained" on adequate
property to accommodate .the rec-
reation facility and t 4t no
plans or programs have: been
changed by the St. Joseph Bay
club in the face of Tapper's an-
Brock said the club still has
plans to construct an 18 hole golf
course, a swimming pool, play-
ground, tennis court, and club
In the meantime, Tapper mov-
ed heavy machinery to his site
Saturday and started -worki. on
Monday of this week for thee
complex he-plans to build.
Gulfs Chief Enumerator Says Work
Of Censu Count Not Cmpleted
Mrs. Roy, Garrett, head enum- of the enumerators under her,
eraor for.Gulf County's census told the Board that several areas
told the Gulf Couihty Commission were not counted when the forms
Tuesday night that 'the work of were picked up by census offi>:
counting Gulf citizens wasn't ,cials.-The most glaring cases of
complete when her workers were incomplete counts were in the
stopped by aol. Wilfrid E. Mac- -Dalkeith, Honeyville and Wewa-
Dill and al "census official, from` hitchka areas. Mrs. Garrett-said--
Atlanta'!. virtually nothing North of Dal-
Mrs. Garrett.and.Ed Wood, one keitlfTand West of Highway 71
Funerdl Services Held Saturday for
H. AltOn Hardy, Gulf County Native
had been counted when the said.
workers were. stopped. Wood claimed that no count,
S ." was-ever-taken-South of ;Wewa-:
Mrs. Garrett-eharged that an hitchkwa a g both sdeofri gh-
inade ute number of workers hitchka along botb sidei
inadequate number of workers-- ,way 77 to the Dalkeith Road.
wqte provided Gulf County to do, Mrs. Garrett said; that the ex-
the job in the three weeks al- cause given for stopping the count
lowed for completion. Shesaid was that he money had given,
-she objected whn 'MacDili asked out" ,
to pick up her records that the' As a result of Mrs. Garrett's
job wasn't 'finished and more presentation, the Board agreed to
time was needed. "They took the write the Washington delegation
records anyway", Mrs. Garrett and ask for an accurate count.
S Street $weeper Deonstrated
t -. ,
May'Equipment Company of.Mobile, Alabama, men from sweeping and hauling work, removing
qnmonstrated this re-built street sweeper for City dirt and trash from curbs and gutters., Watching
y officials and street superintendent Dorton Had- the machine at work are Clerk Charles Brock
den Tuesday of this week. The City is consider- and Mayor Frank Pate. Hadden is in the opera.'
ing purchase of the machine for $6,500 if it tor's cab of the machine. The man leaning against
does the job it is said capable of doing on City the pole is a truck driver for May Equipment.
downtown streets. The machine will Iree two --Star photo
Library Asking for More.
Money In Fiscal 70 -'71
Mrs. Jane Patton, area librar-
ian, appeared before the Gulf
County Commission Tuesday pre-
senting her tentative budget for
the 1970-71 fiscal year. Mrs. Pat-
ton asked that Gulf County in-
crease their contribution .to the'
area system by $4,652.58, an in-
crease of nearly 25% over tihe
-Mrs. Patton said that increas-
ed expenses and needs over the
coming year make an increase in
the budget necessary and is ask-
ing Gulf for $21,652.58. The'
county's share last year was $17,-
Chairman Walter Graham told
Mrs. Patton that the Board fac-
ed the problem of offering their
For Padgett Infant
Funeral services were held
Thursday of last week at Pleasant
Ridge Cemetery in Holmes Coun-r
ty for the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Padgett of Port
St. Joe who passed away Wed-
nesday in a Panama City hospi-
Rev. Padgett officiated.
The baby was born Wednesday,
June 17 in a Panama City hospi-
Survivors, other than the par-
ents include two brothers, Jerry
and Rickey Padgett of Oak
A Grove; paternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Padgett of
Prosperity; maternal grandfather,
Curtis O'Brian of Port St. Joe.
Prevatt Funeral Home was in-
charge of arrangements.
same services next year on the
same or less millage and he
didn't know where the money for
an increase in the library would
come from. "As important as
the library service is", Graham
said, "we have more important
things that need money too, and
they will have to take prior-
ity"' Graham said that he, per-
sonally wouldn't:ibte to cut'the
amount of, money now going to
the library but he couldn't see
much chance for an increase.
The Department of Transpor-
tation notified the county that it
could not justify a no passing
zone on UT. S. 98 near-Oak Grove.
The Board has asked that this
be done because of the traffic
hazard in this area.
The DOT also asked for a
change in secondary road pripr-
ities so a culvert could be con-
structed under Niles Road to al-
leviate drainage problems in
East Port St. Joe. The county au- -
thorized the change.
Commissioner Leo Kennedy
called the Board's attention to
the fact that construction crews
laying underground telephone
cable were damaging county and
city streets and sidewalks.
Attorney William J. Rish said
that a survey of damage should
be made and turned over to St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company who would see that the
damage is repaired.
Commissioner Silas Player call-
ed attention to globs of oil being
washed up on St. Joe Beach. At-
torney Rish stated that conserva-
tion agents in Panama City had
already arrested the officials on [
the offending ship which dumped
Road Superintendent Lloyd
Whitfield was instructed to have
his crew cover up the oil,
Funeral services were held
Saturday afternoon from the
ALong Avenue Baptist for Horace
Alton Hardy, 63, of White City.
Rev. J. C. Odum officiated, as-
sisted by Rev. Millard Spikes. In-
terment was in lHolly Hill Ceme-
Mr. Hardy died Thursday af-
ternoon following a long ill-
ness. He was 1tprn in Calhoun
County October 27, 1906. in the
portion that is now Gulf County.
He spent his entire life in the
Hardy had beei a long-time
employee of the Florida Forest
Service and at the time of his
death 'he was Assistant District.
Ranger and was in" charge of all
Division of Forestry Personnel
* assigned to Port St. Joe and the
Carrabelle work center. He was
coordinator of all the Division's
activities in these areas.
Hardy was t member of the
Baptist .i Q '
Saivivoar*' indbde his wife,
Northwest Florida delegates
along with representatives from
Southwest Alabama and South-
east Mississippi agreed to the
formation, of a quality air con-
trol region' at a conference Mon-
day in Atlanta conducted by the
National, Air Pollution Control
The region will embrace ten
counties in Florida, three in Ala-
bama and four; in Mississippi.
The ten Northwest Florida del-,
egates met with Vined Patten,
executive director of the Air and
Water Pollution Control Board
tContinued From Page ii.
Lions' Club president, Larry Davis, presented the "Lion of the
Year" awardkMonday at the Lion's dinner meeting to C. W. Rob-
erts. Rdberts was very active in the club during. the past year with
various projects of the club, including extensive work on the
Lions' horse show arena. The "Lion of the Year" is designated at
the end of each fiscal year of the club. --Star photor
Marguerite Hardy; a \son, SM-C
Aubrey L. Hardy of Orlando; a
daughter, Mrs. Margaret Mahon
of Columbus,-Ga.; five brothers,
Roland, W. G. and Raymond Har-
dy all of Overstreet, Quincy of
Sanford and Max of Kinston, N.
C.; three sisters, Mrs. Gertrude
Guilford of Overstreet, Mrs. Ade-
laide H. Sullivan of Millbrook,
Ala., and Mrs. Irene H. Kim-
brough of Panama' Cift; seven
Active pallbearers were Milton
Strength, Gerald Blackwell, Ar-
chie Marshall, Don iance, R. J.
Brown and James ]McNeill.
Honorary bearers included Wil-
liam J. Rish, Jake B*lii, Claude
Lister, C. W. Roberts. Joe T. Ste-
yens, C. G. Costin, Sr., B. E. Par-
ker, Sam Husband, Sammy Pat-
rick, George Y. 6ore, Cubi e
Laird, H. 0. Pridgeon, C. R. Lam-
berson, Rudy Gaskin, Sr., David
GCarl Gaskin, Jack Pridgeon, M. "
G. Brock, Bill Murphy, Clyde '
File, Broward Wood, Walter Staf-
ford, Jack Hammock, Kenneth
Whitfield, George- Tapper, J. La-;
mar Miller, Miarion Parker, Jesse_,
Stone, Silas Stone,'D. M. Lewis
and all Florida Forestry person-
nel of the'Panama and Tallahas-
Prevatt Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Dixie Youth Baseball
Tourney In Chattahoochee
- The annual District Dixie
Youth baseball tournament 'will
be held in Chattahoochee, the
week of. July 20, according 'to
Bob Freeman, league president.
Players and managers of the
team to represent Port St. Joe
will be announced after the fi-
nal game of the season this Fri-
Well over 400 boys and girls
have registered and are parti-
cipating in a wide variety of ac-
tivities at four sites within the
city in the summer recreation
program, according to Allen
Scott, director of the program.
More than 70 youngsters are
enjoying the golf facility at 16th
Street under the supervision of
Code House, PGA professional.
Mr. House states that beginning
Monday, June 30, all young golf-
ers will be divided into the fol-
lowing seven age groups for ba-
sic golf instruction: beginning at
8:30 a.m., 10 year olds, then 11
year age group, followed by 12
year olds, then 13 year olds. Stu-
dents 14 years and 'older will
comprise the last age group for
boys. The girls will have an age
group of their own from nine
through 16 years. Mr. House in-
vites all these age groups to
come and take advantage of their
Clarence Monete, city director
of the North Port St. Joe site
has enrolled 38 boys and girls
in volleyball, 48 in tennis, 57
children and 24 men and women
To Boy's State
Eddie Holland receives the well wishes of Legionnaire F. E.
Trammell Sunday morning as he is preparing to leave for a week
at Boy's State. Holland is spending this-week at 'Florida State
University in Tallahassee, studying the operation of government.
He is sponsored by the Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, American 'Le-
gion. Holland is student body president of Port St. Joe High
School and the son of Mr. and Mrsm George Holland of Mexico
Beach. Star photo
in softball. In a softball game
played June 16, the teen-age
boys defeated the men 9-5. "Fun
Night" was held at the Washing-
ton High School Thursday night,
June 18 and 225 people attended.
Mrs. Louise Parker, director
of the STAC House, which is
,open daily from 2:00 p.m. until
9:00 has registered more boys
and girls this year than ever be-
fore. The STAC House is open
from 2 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday
nights because of church ser-
vices. A variety of games, volley-
ball, billiards and ping pong
may be enjoyed at the STAC
House. Mrs. Parker is being as-
sisted by Michele, Anchors and
The weekly Friday night teen-
age dance saw more than 100
youngsters enjoying the music
of Mike Johnson, Kim Davis,
Buddy Hamm and Mike Ether-
idge. These dances are held each
Friday night from 8:00 to 11:00
p.m. All teen-agers are invited.
The Eighth Street tennis
courts have registered 55 boys
and girls in tennis classes. Rack-
ets, balls and instruction may be
obtained from 8:30 to 12:00 and
from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. during
all week days. Adults may ob-
tain the use of equipment, indi-
vidual or group instruction from
Allen Scott or Billy Barlow. Late
evening or early night are the
most desirable times for tennis.
The courts are well lighted and
if you wish to use City equip-
ment, call Billy Barlow at 227-
Status of Chipola
River Facing Change
County Commissioner Silas C.
Player and Clerk of the Court
George Y. Core will represent
Gulf County today at a confer-
ence to be held at the Seminole
Restaurant to discuss trying to
have the Chipola River designat-
ed as a wild river.
The designation is being pro-
moted by the Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce. Represen-
tives from all counties affected
by the river will be at the meet-
ing which begins at 11:00 a.m.
Port St. Joe time.
Over 400 Youths Sign Up
For "Summer Play Program
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
PAGE TWO THE STAR Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
Job Wasn't Complete
Just as we suspected, the census figures released on
Gulf County were not, correct. They went into the offi-
cial records in Washington, but they were not correct
This word comes from the Gulf County manager of the
census, Mrs. Roy Garrett of Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Garrett claims that the census was not near
complete when they were stopped and told to turn in
what forms had been collected. Parts of Port St. Joe,
rural Gulf County and'a considerable portion of the We-
wahitchka area had not been counted.
Frankly, we don't know what, bca.be..adone about
such a situation, but someone in authority, presumably
the County Commission, needs to give it the old college
try to get a correct count for Gulf County.
Our guess-timate would be that Gulf has grown by-
, at least five percent and maybe even more during the
past 10 years, rather than suffered a loss of nearly five
Even with a modest growth, Gulf is still a small
county. We need all the people we can get counted on
the official rolls of the Bureau of the Census.
As we stated last week, there are several sources of
funds coming into the county that are based on popula-
tion. These funds come into our schools, our county and
cities. What with the millage limits set by the State of
Florida, Gulf can ill afford to lose any funds that might
accrue to its several political subdivisions merely because
all the people that are here weren't counted.
Mrs. Garrett explained that the excuse given her
for stopping the census count short of completion was
lack of funds for the job. She also claimed that her de-
partment was not allowed to hire enough people to do the
job properly in the first place. There just might have
been enough money available to do the. job properly, if
so much sophistication wasn't put into the- plan to count
noses across our land. One would think fromii the forms
that the individuals being counted were giving references
for a.job or-something, rather than merely stating that
they exist in a certain locale.
Maybe there wasn't enough money to properly do the
job as set out, but based on the number of complaints be-
ing raised over the state (and presumably the nation) it,
will take more money to clear up the program thaAn it
would have taken to do it properly in the first place.
For over 15 years now, various groups in the City
have made several attempts at getting a golf course and
country club built in the vicinity of Port St. Joe. Now,
all of a sudden, we have two such installations in the
planning stage with one scheduled to start. construction
on Monday morning.
This has put the St. Joseph Bay Country Club in a
slight quandry, even though they are still going ahead
with plans to construct a country club with Farm*and
Home Administration loan funds.
What has happened, we don't know, nor do we want
to know what has brought about our delimma, if you can
properly call it that.
We take the viewpoint of St. Joseph Bay Country
Club President,, Charles Brock who says, "I don't care
who builds a country club and golf course, so long as
we get it". That is a proper attitude, since getting the
facility is the name of the game we have been playing for
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
A recent newspaper item deal-
ing with the rapid propagation
of insects states that a single
pair of house flies is potentially
capable of producing 191,000,
000,000,000,000,000 offspring in
just four months. If they all sur-
vived, the earth would be cover-
ed to a depth of 47 feet. May-
be so, but it sounds like some-
body had been playing with a
When you stop to think that
flies have been breeding and
carrying on hanky panky for
centuries and we seldom see
more than a dozen or so a day
under ordinary circumstances
while the area of the earth spray-
ed to destroy them is very limit-
ed, we have, to take Qur hats off
to Mother Nature for her amaz-
ing ability to maintain the ba-
lance necessary to maintain a
And consider that flies are
only one kind of fast reproducing
insects that probably could do
as well as the,flies and maybe
go them one or two billion bet-
ter. We better get down on our
knees and thank the Good Lord
for such critters as spiders,
'birds and other forms of life that
feed on insects.
Over the years Nature has
been able to maintain a safe ba-
lance and only when man dis-.
turbs this balance do we find our-
selves in real trouble.
They tell a story about two
beachcombers discussing the life
and habits of the alligator and
one of them pointed out that
the mama gator lays a thousand
eggs and then the papa alligator
comes along and eats 950 of
them. bne beachcomber con-
tended that the female was the
most important but the other
rTHE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY .Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
OS O Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
1 POSTOFFICE Box 808 'PHONE 227-3161
t F Poa'r ST. JOE, FLORA 82456
Entered as second-clesa'matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Fi, .Flnda, under Act of March 8, 1879; ,
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
I:N 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--Dr case of error, or ommiasioirs in advertisemenLs, the publishers
do not hold themselves able for .t mge further than amount received fo; such
advertisement.", '. .
S The spoken word is giren scant attention;' the printed word Is thoughtfully
Weighed. The spoken word barely asqerts;, .the rented :wrd thoroughly con-
vine. The spoken word is loot; the printed wo resa int .
Check of Mailed
Is Under Way
One of the final steps in the
1970 census in rural and small city
areas of the southern States -- a
check by mailmen is now under
way, according to the p. S. De-
partment of Commerce's Bureau of
The '70 census was taken by two,
methods: by mail-out and mail-back
of questionnaires in most major met-
ropolitan areas and by censlps
takers in. the rest of the United,
States. The latter procedure en-
tailed the mailing out of question-
naires and subsequent visits byl
census takers who would pick up
filled-in forms. or, lacking this, in-
terview families while following a-
Canvassing in the metropolitan
areas required checking of addres-
ses by postal employees before the
mallout. A similar step is now be-
_ing taken by mailmen following
the visits by census takers.
This is the procedure: When cen-
sus district offices' completed their
preliminary counts, they turned
over to the post office a set of
white cards listing every address
canvassed. The mailmen, in furn,
check these addresses against the
households on their routes., It the
mailman discovers what he con-
siders a "missed" address, he fills
" out a blue card noting this fact.
The blue cards are referred tq the
Census Bureau, which will check'
them against the census records.
The Census Bureau 'has found
S- from experience that many house-
lo these many years.. holds for which such cards are fil-
We hope that out of this chaos comes order and co- led out have already been enumer-
hvc allc wated. This can happen for a num-
operation which will result in the complex we have all er s can happen for a num-
been waiting for and now feel confident w will get 'from people get mail at two or more ad-
one source or the other. One thing is for certain, we dresses, or there may be differ-
cannot, as a community, support two country club opera- en.ces in the way a rural address is
tions. Nobody knows this better than the leaders of both described ureau l check
attempts at constructing the facilities. the blue cards turned in by mail-
It's our fervent hope that somehow or other the two men and then take appropriate
parties come to some agreement so that however we finally steps to provide a complete census
arrive at obtaining this recreation facility, it will be with coun t
the cooperation -and the backing of everyone in the com- CLASSIFIED ADS
unity. ,. -- "Midget Investments With
Gat i Retatrne"
Nobody argues against the need of the country club.
Not only wili it prove a boon to those people already here,'
it will definitely serve as a drawing card to attract more
people and possibly more industry to our area.
guy contended the male critter
was and pointed out that if it
were not for the papa gator we
would soon be up to our ears in
We now know that through the,
use of various types of insecti-
cides and pest control chemicals,
man has upset the balance of na-
ture to a point where he has
endangered all life on earth. Not
content to let the Lord take care,
of things, we have attempted to
improve on His work and have
made a grand and glorious mess
We spray DDT over the land-
scape to protect crops and this
poison finds its way into our
rivers, streams and the sea. Our
fruits and vegetables are con-
taminated alopg with cattle,'
poultry and fish to a point where
every human being is gathering
DDT poisoning in his system no
matter what his diet may be.
Not content to wait for our
normal destruction from our ac-
tivities in disturbing Nature's
balances, a large percentage of
our population is turning to
drugs to speed up the process.
We are so disturbed of mindithat
we, have come, to depend on. all
manner of spirit-lifters, tranqui-
lizers and far-out drugs to help
Sus avoid reality.
We can march, throw rocks,
smash windows and burn bfild-
ings in our vain effort to find
the answer but until we calm
down and exercise some plain
old fashioned common sence we
won't get anywhere. We might
take time out to consider that.
the Creater still knows the score
and is prepared to care for those
of us who still have faith in Him.
Lovers of winter squasn wM wans to try wMauums ,usuuu, a
new variety with superior flavor.
A new winter squash, a vining type of the Butternut group, is
called Waltham Butternut for the place of its birth. A product of
the breeding work of.Prof. Robert E. Young of the University of
Massachusetts' Waltham Field Station in Waltham, Mass., this
new variety offers several improvements over older ones.
. It is larger than Butternut, which it resembles, and the fruits
are straight, virtually free of crooks. Bach plant yields more fruits
which are more uniform in size. The flesh aside is richer in color
and tastes better when cooked for the qualit superior. And, if
that I't enough, Waltham Butteit also tp- better than its
Try Waltham B utternaut In you dS iS 1qy 3 1its good
qualities on your table.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY v
Some time back we wrote in this space about the Methodi"t
preacher, Millard Spikes and his handiness as a yard man for thei
church. The good Rev. can cut, grass with the best of them.
We have since learned that he is also adept at cutting down a per-
son to size in one of these friendly, joking "put-down" sessions.
The preacher is quick-witted.
Take for instance Tuesday of last week at the Kiwanis Club
meeting. Rev. Spikes was sitting between Bill Rish and Dr. Bob
King:. When you get, these two started they can roast you pretty
well. Sometimes they just don't know when to quit.
Bill and Bob were giving preacher Spikes a pretty good go-
ing over about how much of his time he was spending with the
work of the church and how much time he was spending fishing.
Rev. Spikes was jawing eight back telling Bill and Bob that any
self-respecting church body on' beautiful St. Joseph Bay should
furnish a boat and motor along with the parsonage for these inland
preachers who come to the seashore with no boat and motor,, and
not much need for one when they are transferred.
George Anchors observed, "Preachet, they're giving you' a
pretty rough time, aren't they, to be laymen of yours, and all?" 9 '
Preacher Spikes said, "Yeah, With the faithful disciples of ,
my church here on both sides I feel just like Jesus Christ on
Of course the comment brought down the house but every-
one was too polite to ask and the preacher didn't elaborate on whe--
ther he was referring to the fact that Christ was crucified by' his
own people (and the preacher felt he was being crucified) or pos-
sibly he,was referring to the fact that Christ was on the cross be-
tween two thieves. And there sat' the preacher right between Bill
That's what made the preachers' comment so perfect you
could draw several different conclusions, neither of which was the
least bit complimentary to Bill and Bob.
The perfect "put-down".
My two favorite TV programs and the only ones I watch with
any regularity at all are "Daniel Boone" and "Ironsides", both of
which come on Thursday nights. These two programs tare now on
the summer re-runs, but that's OK; it usually takes me all year to
see one season's programs, considering the ones I miss.
The other night, "Ironsides" came on and I realized it was one
I had seen.) So, a flip of the old dial and there was Gomer Pyle
(Jim Nabors) in my living room singing some of the/best songs and
making some of the prettiest music I had heard in a long time.
It didn't take long to realize that I have missed some fine TV
programs by missing Jim Nabors' show. Now,, J, hear that Nabors
will not have his show again this coming season. Is this true? Do
you know? Considering the fine calibre of his program, it is prob-
One thing TV has taught me and that is never to waste my
time watching the much-advertised "specials".
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Fresh Grown FULL HAMPER $3.75
BLACKEYE PEAS 5lbs. $1.00
BUTTER BEANS --- 3 Ilbs. $1.00
Fresh, Ripe 8 QUART BASKET $1.49
TOMATOES lb. 19c
'POLE BEANS 3 lbs. 89c
WHITE CORN 6 ears 39c
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'SMALL 'EGGS 3 doz. 79c
10 lbs. 99c
OOPELAND Whole or Shank Half
Georgia Grade 'A'
Fresh Ground Whole
HAMBURGER 3 lbs. $1.49 Rump Roast --- Ib. 79c
Blade Cut Boneless
Chuck Roast ------- 53c Sirloin Tip Roost --- lb. 99c
RIB STEAK or Full Cut Fresh First Cut Center Cut
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THE STAR, ~Fo4 M. Ji,; li. 91456
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
Kathleen McDerintt Participating
In Scholarship Progiat 'In Cleveland
land high school.
One of the students accepted for
the program is Kathleen M. Me-
Dermott, 108 Westcott Circle, Port
St. Joe, Florida. She is a graduate
of Saint Mary College, Xavieri
not maintained in fertility control of floods and the return to C L ,of ane--aronf14fClgahighschools.rKansas.
productive land is much aIs OF 6 n away it cannot be e stored soil is the' law of dmnish- grassland' of vas i schools. TheKansas .The
itedthan commonly has be n oF idd in any practical way and hmnd a degree o.. t of t e. t urbKnown as the Mas ts, 20 ~o Students' eperi ms and vthisus thi
,%upUtjosed. It is not permanent.' for generations. There are no un- Igreturnsgnbosic objece of ther etForida garduattX udents h a.ve begun a suffitfi01 Will involve field work, de-
h'Once t'he fertile topsoil is washed diaovered reserves of productive itself. When our smlerwe pet Proj.ct (o&D" is to as-I at John CarroL l Vierossp ateai etoci, andx-GO IA,
mtr eo'land ofanysubstantial area. We and the Aw e Project(N.)DisBo-las-w1inare...
l.,andfindop iveperr thoed uaton.e ig e rent.s evolution of the land. It's a revolu-I Known as the Mast'f 6d AMi Iprience wanvisiting in Columbus, Ga., this
S Sirl Gand find fMew productive soil. We now the isianion s b ex- tion that deserves the support of all Teaching (MAT) Program', the resources. week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
SGets cannot pump' it from wells, plant There is no virgin soil to because it affects the welfare of course attracts college graduates In thd fa1, they will begin a Millard Toole and Mr. and Mrs.
m ,o' it with seeds, or dig it from mines. plotted. The national welfare ItUe whole social order, 'interested in teaching careers in semester's internship in a Cleve. Charles Toole.
FS0 S cho rsiW We must keep /hat we have or quires reforestation of watersheds, -
do without, for when soil has been ,
TALLAHASSEE SevettY Flor- washed or blown away Into the go
Ida hgh school graduates ave oceans it is not recoverable. Pho-"MD
been selected for scho larships t ductive land is one natural re-
beenselece"iveshlrsiy istource Without which we cannotS
FloriMa State UniversityTin P .t ..ecn son urc e
tember by the Southern Scholar- eToproectoursourceofbood, pS T ARtS PAl
iRser Fou o then ,the only sensible, practical
ip d Research Foundationthing to do is to protect the pro- I
= duetive land we now have.p
The Toundation is a non-profit:I dur dv llersw now represent.
.. .. .,_.L una wellr,"hwrpeet F I.:, I
organization which assists the
organizatm wncn assists we ing over 90 percent of our popula-
scholarship recipients by provide. tn ha e se scentce f security
ing free houshig. The students live t iha ve ies te re re
cooperatively, purchase groceries, iding the mechanization of our
plan and prepare their own meals rding the meanization of our
. #nd share housekeeping duties. farms. It is true that corn-pickers,
( Students selected by SSRF to combines, cotton-pickers, hay-ba-
enter for the first time this fall lers, tractors and miling machines
include: Carolyn Kay Miller of have greatly increased production
per man on the farms, but if the
THESE SPECIALS F JUNE 25 THRU JULY 3
Don't become confused and trim' For those without motives, there
edges as high as some ladies are many plants that will shape in-
wear their dresses. to ornamental hedges for! beauty's
If you do there will surely be sake alone.
many unsightly lower limbs tex- These include, the Turks Cap,
posed. 1 Glossy Abelia, Golden Wattle, aza-
If you need to plant a hedge to lea, Bougainvillea, snowbush, pale
trim, scout the neighborhood for butterflybush, Golden Dewdrop,
samples to plant.' poinsettia, Feijoa, Hibiscus, Popo-
Peep under the skirts of growing carpus and Oriental Arborvitae.
greenery and study the hedge's For additional listings of hedge
anatomy. You'll find that there is plants that are adapted to your lo-
a hedge fbr every purpose. cality, contact your county agri-
The thorny trifoliate-orange hed- cultural agent or your nurseryman.
ge will prevent invaders from mak- Selection of the proper hedge
ing a. raceway of your favorite plant is vital.
flower-bed. If the lot is small, a low hedge
Where ordinances prevent elcc- is the best choice. Ot, if the lot is
trick shock-fences, try the yaupon large, consider larger growing bed-
or ilex vomitoria. This compact ges or consider several combina-
hedge usually became the home tions of hedge plants to give you
of wasps and serves the same pur- color throughout the year. .
pose against all comers. Before selecting a hedge plant
*1 To hide the new Florida room be spre it will serve your pmupose.
from the tax assessor, plant a wax Learn if the plant that youth have in
privet hedge. mind will grow in partial shade.
If tax evasion is not the motive, stand strong gusts of wind or will
thfen it is still a good idea to con- tolerate salt spray. "
#ser this fast growing plant. PLANTING TIME
Wax privet pust on a mass of Most varieties of hedge plants
glossy-green foliage and will adapt can be set at any time during the
itself to all owners. This includes year except during periods of
those who like to pester the plant drought.
ev(ry week with the shears and Prior to planting prepare Athe
those who neglect the plant, soil by cultivating a strip 4 feet
If you drive a compact car and wide and mix in an ample amount
own a home and a miniature sixe of well rotted manure. If the soil,
lot, then consider the Chinese Box- is quite sandy, then dig a trench
orange (Severlinia buxifoUa) hed- 18 inches deep and the width of
ge. This is an attractive dwarf the hedge row. Till the trench with
plant that is ideal for either a for- a mixture of top sOil and manure.
mal or informal demarcation of If available, organic matter such
your lot boundary. as leaves, dead grass, weeds, peat
or straw will help enrich sandy
Severlina is better than a wood- soil.
'en spite fence, because the spinyo After it is established fertilize
prickles of this hedge plant will the hedge twice a year. Apply 2
never let a tomcat sit atop it and to 4 pounds of fertilizer per 10'0
squall at you by night, square feet of hedge row.
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SBijhop Says 'Good Old Days' Gone
Bishop W. K. Goodson of the ta and weather the storm of re-
I Alabama-Florida District spoke to'volution in our way of living.
V- eG TAB E GARD ENING I 'IN' ,the Kiwanis Club Tuesday on theI Primarily, -Bishop Goodson said
S VEGETABLE GARDENIU NG I S 'IN ~subject of "What Is Happening to should retain and re-affirm his
.7 ;e-r the American Way of Life". The'faith in God. "If you count God
Bishop built his talk around the out what do you put in His place?"
Premise that there has never been: He expressed a belief in God's
a time when this way of life was creation, primarily in man. "Man
so threatened. He felt that it was is the foremost of God's creation",
facing extreme scrutiny and peril. he said, "and is worthy of our
Bishop Goodson warned that faith".
There "are new relationships be- Thirdly, Bishop Goodson said that
ing established in the world to- man could hold to Godliness in
day you will never again see man. "The Godliness in man is
what we now term as 'the good what nispires him to achieve".
old days' ". The Bishop then praised service
-'"In the middle of this kind of clubs for their work in the world
thing what do we believe in and and its stabilization. "One man
hold to? The church, school, home, asked one day if service clubs
families all face threats, but some- could save the world. No," he said,
=.thing must remain constant". "but they can help".
The Bishop answered his own Guests of the club were Mark
Question bh pointing to a belief. Tomlinson, Floye Brewton and
=^ .S in God, his creation and mankind, I Jim Loftin of Port St. Joe and Mil-
Si& itself as something man could hold ton Wynn of Marianna.
Vegetable gardening bas become fashionable because of the
obvious advantages it offers: full-flavored produce at low prices
wNh fanilly fnm and healthy occupation as bonuses.
Vegetable gardening's back in style for the first time since
World War IL Retail sales of vegetable seeds have risen and the
gardener who boass of having the first ripe tomato on the block
is with us once more. '
Why the boost in growing vegetables? Many reasons. First,
the human need to return to the
soil. Second, more leisure time But all of these reasons pale
gives people a chance to do before the feeling of datisfac-
What want. And one, of tion and.triumph that you feet
Whil' priorities is to when yo brtifg into the kitchen
.garden. a basket of.prime quality vege-
Third, home grown vege- tables and know that, because
tables taste as no store-bought of your efforts, your family is
ones ever do. They're delicious! eating the very best.
the classic Aexample of what The way to start vegetable
happens to a vegetable in hand- gardening is way to start vegeoundable
ling i. sweet corn's great loss your un and locate any
of sugar from the moment of your grounds and locate any
picking. Ona y the home garden- areas that get sun most of the
picking. Onl ha the water boiling day and can be converted to
S an have the coatern aboing this new use.) These spaces
before astc ts full flavor, needn't be large and perhaps
Rthus taste its full flavor. there will be several of them
Reasons four and five are instead of just one
bonuses. Spending time out- instead of just one..
doors is beneficial to the body; Measure whatever places you
tending a vegetable garden find and then make yourself a
cilms the nerves. And children rough sketch of each. This is
love to grow vegetables, thus so you can plan what to grow
the garden becomes a family and where to grow it. Even a
affair. There's so generation yard-square space can support
gap in a garden, a tomato plant or produce suc-
The sixth reason is that a culent lettuce.' A long strip of
vegetable garden -mall enough ground by a fence or building
so yon can handle it in.a rea- can be used for cucumbers or
somabe time each week, plant- tomatoes. Thus, you can decide
ed with only the crops your on a vegetable for each area,
family eanoys eating, can saye every one.a taste treat for your
yoU money, family.
Extension Service Says 'Every Month
Should be Observed as "Dairy Month"
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
Area Republicans Planning Strategy Thrift Shop Names
Meeting In Panama City Saturday Pick-Up Committee
The Thrift Shop pick-up and
A meeting of Republican county Mr. Adams is Vice Chairman of the marking committee for the month
officials from all counties compris- First Congressional District of the of July has been designated as:
ing the First Congressional Dis- Republican Party of Florida. Mrs. S. J. Anchors, Mrs. Jim Lof
trict will be held on Saturday, June Dayton Logue, Chairman of the tin and Mrs. Charles Norton.
27 at 12:30 p.m. at the Seven Seas Bay County Republican Executive Anyone having donations to
Restaurant, 18 West Fifth Street, Committee is arranging a dutch make to the Thrift Shop may have
Panama City, it was announced to-. treat luncheon and is host Chair- them picked up by calling any of
day by Joel Adams of Laurel Hill. man for the meeting., these three ladies.
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Notice is hereby given that the Also the resignation of SR. Count Comisionr mei
hold a public hearing concerning SR 30, from Military Road to the Port St.Joe, Frida on Jy 1
the redesignation from Secondary State Primary System, pursuant to SR 197,ty 2:00 isioneP mSti) e
to Primary System of SR 30 from Section 335.02 of the Florida Sta- aUe hereby notified to appeared
SR 30-A to the Franklin County tutes, 1961. t-6-25
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APPLIANCE &I PATIO
SVILLE Even though IWithout her' milk, children lan-
past 30 years, June has guish, the vigor of the adult de-
ignated as June Dairy lines and the vitality of the hu-
or good nutrition, it is man race runs low."
ropriate to make every- Of our National diet, dairy pro-
airy Month, says C. W. ducts contribute 23 percent of the
extension dairyman, Flor- .
rative Extension Service. protein, 76 percent of our calcium,
till the most nearly per- 37 percent of our phosphorus, 43
with mnost of the vita- percent of the vitamin riboflavin,
nerals, protein and food and considerable amounts of many
other food nutrients.
dairy cows produced Milk prices are up about 15 her-
and a half billion pounds cent since 1960. At the same time,
st year. This is 4.3 million the national average hourly wage
ily, or one million of the to industrial workers rose 42 per-
art cartons of milk each cent. The number of minutes of in-
he year. This supplies dustrial labor to buy one quart of
nearly 7 million popula- milk was 10.5 in 1940, 8 minutes
fresh wholesome milk, in 1950, 6.5 minutes 'in 1960 and
ints out. 5.35 minutes in 1968.
ry cow still deserves the Dairymen, along with other far-
aid her many years ago mers, Reaves says, ;4je providing
nor Frank 0. Louden of the nation's food supply for about
16 percent of its national income.
w is a wonderful labora- This is the smallest percent of its
takes the grasses of our national income for food in the
I converts them into na- history of this nation or of any na-
st perfect human food.'tion.
State of Florida
Executive D1p ertmern
WHEREAS, Florida Amateur Ra-
dio Operators in the highest tra-
dition of public service are unsel-
S Jfishly dedicated to providing emer-
gency communication to many in-
dividuals and agencies in time of
acute 'need, and
WHEREAS, Florida amateur ra-
dio operators display an intense
application and singleness of pur-
pose in the pursuit of their impor
l tant avocation that has contributed
tremendously to the improvement
of communications in Florida, and
WHEREAS, the international
contacts and relations with other
amateurs throughout the world
have contributed materially to bet-
ter understanding of the United
Sales among other peoples, and
W WHEREAS, in the exercise of
their communications' avocation,
amateur radio ri"r'.ors hay- ren-
dered invaluable assistance to th(t
'lind and handi.pped an'l pTo-
vided imperative, communications
servr.e to religious and cha.Zdabo
istitutons and .ftters in re.notei
WHEKEAS, as part of the Arma-
teur Radio Public Service Corps
and Radio Amat,ur Civil Emargen-
cy SS rvice, Florida -mateur pe--
ators stand ready at all times to
go to the aid of the Nation in case
of national emergency;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Claude
SR; Kirk, Jr., by virtue of the au-
thority vested in me as Governor
of the State of Florida, do hereby
proclaim the week of June 21 27,
in Florida, and do urge all Flori-
dians to take. significant notice of
the week in the interests of better,
radio communication and in 'recog-
nition of the great service to ra-
Sdio rendered by the amateur ra-
dio operators of Florida..
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
ing In hereunto set my hand and caus-1
ed the Great Seal of the State of
Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee,
*the Capital, this 12th day of June
in the year of our Lord nineteen
hundred and seventy.
CLAUDE R. KIRK, Jr.,
Program T Governor
ATT EST:- S
Secretary of State
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THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
1L E1kXTESAR et LJ la 21
Elaine Rhames, Jay Broome Married
MRS. JAY BROOME
Miss Elaine Rhames and Jay-
Broom were united in marriage
June 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the High-
land View Baptist Church with
Rev. William Stevens officiating
at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald" Gene
Rhanwes of Highland View. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawerance Jay Broom of Wewa-
Wedding music was presented
by Janice Cox, organist, and Bil-
ly Davis, soloist, presenting "Be-"
cause" and "Whither Thou Go-
Ths bride was given in mar-
zlage by her mother and father,
and wore a floor length gown
of satin faced organza with an
empire bodice and long puffed
sleeves, scalloped i neckline. edg-
ed with Venice lace and appli-
qued& daisies. The train had ap-
pliqued daisies flowing down and
scalloped hemline. Her elbow
length 'veil was attached to a
crown of leaves and accented by
seed pearls and aurora crystals.
She carried an orchid accented.
by rosebuds, mums and satin
ribbons streaming' down.
Miss Sherry Campbell, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Camp-
bell of Port St. Joe, served as
maid of honor. She wore a floor
two long stem red 'roses. The
empire bodice had puffed sleeves
and a high neckline. Serennia
Guillot, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Guillot served as
flower girl and was dressed
identically to the maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Sharon
Herndon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Herndon of Marianna;
Miss Susie Morris, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Morris of
Wewahitchka; Miss Carol Nance,
daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. Ralph
Nance of Port St. Joe. Junior
bridesmaids were Miss Rhonda
Sue Rhames, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Gene Rhames of
,Port St. Joe and Miss Becky Ga-
ble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gable of Port St. Joe.
They wore floor length dresses
of pink acented by one long
stem red 'rose. The bodice em-
pire had puffed sleeves and high
neckline. The juni'or bridesmaids
had a large bow. on the back
with long streamers. They each
wore matching bows in their
Donnie Rhames, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Gene Rhames
and. Tony Rhames, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon::Rhames, ser-
ved as candleligbtors.
Jerry Arhilger,,"son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arhilger of'Wewahitchka,
served as best man.
Cleve Pridgeon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Henry Pridgeon
of Wewahitchka, Glenn Sims, son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sims of
Wewahitchka, Pete Rhames, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rhames of
Wewahitchka, Tony Whitfield,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Whit-
field of 'Wewahitchka and Bill
Riser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Riser
of New Orleans, La., served as
Miss King becomes Mrs. R. J. Nastally, II
Miss Karen Arde King, daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Ed-
ward King of Port St. Joe, be-
came the bride of Robert Joseph
Nastally, U, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert J. Nastally of Horton,
Michigan, on Sunday, June 21 at
2:00 o'clock .in the First United
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe.
The Rev. Mr. R. Millard Spikes
was the officiating minister; Bi-
shop W. Kenneth Goodson of Bir-
mingham, Alabama, gave the
The wedding music was ren-
dered by P. T. Pendarvis, organ-
ist, and Mrs. James Tankersley,
who sang, "Where Thou Goest"
and "Wedding Prayer".
The vows were exchanged be-
fore an altar decorated with a
large candelabra tree holding
burning blue tapers set in a back-
-,ground of 'imilax- arid sereca-
palms flanked by seven branch
candelabra entwined with emer-
ald fern, holding burning tapers.
The family pews were marked
with white bows and satin bells._
The groom chose Edward Jadus
of Gulfport, Mississippi, as his
best man. The ushers were Mark
and Douglas Nastally, brothers
of the groom, Christopher King,
brother of the bride, and Jimmy
Jehle, Montgomery, 'Alabama,
cousin of the bride. Christopher
Nastally, brother of the groom
and Christopher King lighted the
The- bride chose as her maid
of honor Miss Jane Ferrell of
Valdosta, Georgia, who wore a.
blue floor-length gown ,qf silk
organza over peatf de soie and
featured-a full gathered skirt.
The semi-empire bodice was ac-,
cented with white daisies as was
the high standup collar and .very
- full sleeves.
Miss Cuyler King, sister of the
'bride, and Miss Lynn Nastally,
sister of the groom, were junior
bridesmaids. Their gowns ,were
Identical to the honor attendant.
Little Miss Pam Sanborn,
'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Sanborn of Port St. Joe, was the
flower girl. She wore a floor-
length light blue dress and ecar-
ried a white basket with blue
Sibbon streamers ,filled with pe-
Jtals. M er, son of '. *and-
John L. Miller, son of M)fr.and
Mrs. John Miller of Opelika, Ala-
bama, carried the rings on a sa-
tin pillow. He wore a white lif-
nin Eton suit with short pants
and knee socks. The shirt was
white with a wide round collar
featured on the outside of the
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a floor-
length gown of silk organza over
peau de soie. The Empire bodice
was overlaid with a design of silk
embroidery. The high standup
neckline was ,finished with a
satin bow at the throat and small
satin buttons finished the bahk'
of the dress. The long puffed
sleeves had a design of embroi-
dery. with a beading and satin
ribbon. The small cuffs buttoned
at the wrist. The front of the
dress was finished with bands of
the embroidery extending to the
hem. Her shoulder length veil of
imported English illusion was at-
tached to a flower of Venice lace
accented with silk organza bows.
She wore a gold pin borrowed
from her grandfather Whitaker.
For her daughter's' wedding,
Mrs. King Wore a dress of beige
cluny lace over moss green parch-
ment. Her accessories were
Mrs. Nastally, mother of the
groom,' chose a pink worsted
dress with a lace bodice and
matching accessories. Each wore
a cymbidium orchid. Mrs. Whit-
aker, 'grandmother of the bride,
wore pink with an orchid.
The bride's parents entertained
the wedding party and guests at
a reception in their home im-
mediately following the cere-
mony. The entire reception area
was decorated in the bride's cho-
The guests were met at the
door by Mrs. J. Lamar Miller of
Port St. Joe and invited into the
dining room. Mr. and Mrs. Nas-
tally, parents of the groom, were
introduced in. the. receiving line.
The bride's table was centered
with a five-tiered wedding cake
topped by miniature bells with
tiny flowers nestled in tulle and
satin leaves. Triple branched can-
delabrum graced with nosegays
and burning blue tapers flanked
the cake. The cake was served by
Mrs. Joseph P. Hendrix of Port
St. Joe. The groom's cake was
placed on a round table covered
with a linen cloth. A silver can-
delabra holding burning tapers
and carnations flanked the cake
which was served by Mrs. J.
Wayne Hefidrix of Port St. Joe.
Dr. and Mrs. King and the
bridesmaids visited with the
guests whko were invited to the
porch where the refreshment ta-
ble, was covered in blue organdy
with silver and blue appoint-
ments flanked by two standing
baskets of bridal flowers.,
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., invited
the guests to see the gifts and
then into the den where the
bride's book was kept by Miss
Midge Howell of Port St. Joe and
Miss Wynn Drumheller of Val-
James Townsend of Diblin,
Georgia, uncle of the bride, play-
ed organ selections during' the
reception. Misses Renee Costin,"
Allison Costin, Marion and Les-
lie Costin and Miss Fran Allen,
dressed in crisp summer dresses,
carried white baskets among the
guests tied with blue, satin bows
and filled with rice bags.
The bride left for their wed-
ding trip wearing a princess style
navy blue' cotton dress with puf-
fed sleeves. She wore the orchid
from her bouquet. She carried a
red, white and blue handbag em-
bossed with the United States
Navy insignia. The couple will
be at home in Gulfport, Mississ-
Others assisting with, the en-
tertaining during the afternoon
were Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mrs.
W.. H. Howell, Jr., Mrs. George
Wimberly, Jr., Mrs. Cecil Costin,
Jr., Miss Lenohr Smith, Miss Deb-
bie Lay, Miss Kay Holland, Miss
Karol Altstaetter and Mrs. Hu-
Out of town guests, were Mr.
and Mrs. James Townsend, Jim
and Deborah, Mr. and Mrs. M. Z.
Claxton of 'Dublin, Georgia; Mr..
and Mrs. Cleon Tankersley, Jane
and Cliff of Ocila, Ga.; Mrs. Cuy-
ler Adams of Allentown, Ga.;
Mrs. Evon Brewton of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jeble
of Montgomery, Alabama; Miss
lone Summerford, Luverne, Ala-
bama; Mr. and Mrs. Robert du-
Bell, Wilmington, Delaware; Mr.
and Mrs. John Miller, Opelika,
Alabama; Mrs. Ethel McKissack,
Birmingham, Alabama; Mrs. Dave
Gaskin, Mrs: David Gaskin, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Graddy of We-
wahitchka; Miss Gail Alsobrook,
,Chula Vista, Calif.; Mrs. A. Rey-
nolds, Jackson, Mich.; Mrs. Con-
verse Ferrell, Valdosta, Ga, and
Bishop. and Mrs. W. .Kenneth
Goodson of Biimingham, Ala.
Area Youth Meet
. A* rL...-L Ca.i.Jm I
an e[Jn pII ewa relipmut
.of gifts of lovely linen from those
who attended. Little Miss Trish
Tapper assisted her mother in car-
ing for their guests. Miss Hannon
I will become the bride of Jasper
Miss Frann Hannon Honored With
Luncheon In George Tapper Home
Miss Frann Hannon, July bride-I White garden baskets and
elect, was feted on June 18 by wrought-iron containers held mas-
Mrs. George Tapper with a lunch- ses of yellow and white daisies and
eon in her home at 1600 Constitu- summer flowers which were placed
tion Drive. Miss Hannon was lovely throughout the party rooms. The
in a white jacquard pique dress individual luncheon tables featured
accented at the neckline with a yellow dotted swiss cloths arid each
deep ruffle and banded at the em- held a miniature topiary tree of
pire waistline by a yellow velvet yellow and white daisies 'to com-
ribbon. The honoree, her mother, plement the larger topiary trees on
Mrs. Frank Hannon, an her grand- the'mantel.
mother, Mrs. Otto Anderson, were : w l. .f
presented corsages of white Eng-I Covers were laid for 24 guests
nnd the honoree wast t ,he reiient"
TMI InurII JUUIUUy ILeroy Smith, Jr. of Guntersville, 1th Grade: Eddie Fields.
Alabama on July 11 in ceremonies 5th Grade: Sonja Robinson and
The Youth of the Port St. Joe at St. James Catholic Church. Phyllis Willis.
Area will gather at the White City _-*_ ,--....
Baptist Church, June 27th, the
time is 8:00 pW. F dp 'n
The nsprational speaker will e Fund Raising Supper 'Rev. Solomon Filling
Mr. Leo Jones of Panama CityM.. H iglan View
Mr. Jones is a member of the St. The Methodist Youth Fellowship nighland View Pulpit
Andrews Baptist Church and is an is sponsoring a fund raising supper
Assistant States Attorney for Ih 4 this Friday night 6:00 to 8:00 m. The guest speaker for both serk
state of Florida. He has worked Plates are only $1.00 for adults vices on June 28th will be the Rev.
with the Juvenile Court concerning and $75 for children. You will be James Solomon. Rev. Solomon has
crime end its prevention. served all you can eat, so come and served as pastor, missionary and
We fedl very fortunate to oe able bring your family. I chaplain. At the present, Rev. Solo-
to secure such a busy and informed '- i mon is the Superintendent of Mia?
man. to come and speak to our VISIT IN GRACEVILLE sions for the Northwest Coast and
youth. We invite all the youth of Mr. and Mrs. N D. Baldwin, Mrs. West Florida Associations. His life
the Port St.,Joe area to come for D. E. White and Miss Sherry E and messages have blessed the lives
this inspirational service. White visited recently with the mo- of many both at home and abroad.
their and sister of Mrs Baldwin and An invitation is extended to the
ushers. :Mrs. White; Mrs. A. J..Crutchfield folks of the Port St. Joe area to
The bride's mother wore a. and Miss Maude Crutchfield in bear this man of God.
pink ensemble of lace over crepe Graceville Sunday. Pastor, W. N. Stephens
with white accessories and an -- -_
orchid accented by pink satin
The groom's mother wore beige GET RID of ROACHES!
vith matching accessories and an WE GUARANTEE
orchid accented with satin rib-
bons. 'RE KILL MUST KILL
'A reception was given follow- SURE KILL MUST KILL
ng the ceremony, in the sociall ALL YOUR ROACHES and WATERBUGS
hall of the church. The bride's OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
book was kept by. Mrs. Zorabelle CLEAN ODORLESS NO SPRAYING
Holley of Wewahitchka. CLEAN ODORLESS NO $PRAYING
Serving cake' and punch were Roaches eat SURE-KILL greedily, then return to their nests
Mrs. Othedia Gable of Port St. to die. Here these dead roaches contaminate other roaches and
foe, Mrs. Marie Ritter of Zacc- eggs, and they die, starting a chain reaction that will kill
lary, La., Mrs. Katie Carr of them all. SURE-KILL never wears out, yet safe to use, and
Panama -City and Mrs. Faye Raf. has absolutely no smell.
field of Port St. Joe.
For traveling the bride chose All You Can Lose is Your Roaches! Ask
a yellow dress with matching ac- WI CuH'S WA G L_. HI
cessories and a corsage lifted I HS IA "'I I ;
from her bridal bouquet.
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A checking account offers safety and convenience for your
financial transactions. Have positive proof of bills paid and pay directly
from your home by mail without the worry of cash being lost in transit.
An easy-to-understand monthly statement balances your books accur-
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MEMBER: FDIC and Florida National Group of Banks
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Association will close Friday, June
26 at 3:00 P.M. and will be closed
all day Monday, June 29 for post-
Honor Roll listed
-Edwin G. Williams, principal at
Washington High School announces
the Honor Roll Students for the
last six weeks of school. Students
must make A and B to be placed
on the Honor Roll. '
4th Grade: Sandy Baker, Joyce
5th Grade: Sonja Robinson.
6th Grade: Cynthia Y. Barnes,
Barbara Nelson. -
7th Grade: Anthony Dandy, Char-
;8th Grade Phillip Hunter
9th Grade Raymond Addison.
llth Grade: Cora Wyatt.
12th Grade: Gloria Lamar Quinn.
Students making the honor roll
for the semester 'are: 6th Grade:
Cynthia Y. Barnes, Barbara Nelson
and Fredda Denise Granger.
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ThE STAR. Port St. Jor, Ha. 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970 PAGE SEVEN
Miss Carol Ann Grace and Tho-
mas Watson Dixon were united
in marriage on Saturday, Juie 6
at the First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe, with the
Rev. Millard M. Spikes officiat-.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. Wesley Grace of Port St. Joe
and- the late Eula Grace. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
John Brown of Port St. Joe and.
Thomas Watson Dixon, Sr., of
The bride wore a gown of
chantilly lace over satin with a
full skirt over tulle which end.
ed in a court length fan-shaped
train. Her squared veil of French
illusion was attached to a tiara
of pearls and irridescents. She
carried a bouquet of white roses
MRS. THOMAS WATSON DIXON
centered with a white orchid.
The bride's attendants all wore
floor length yellow gowns with
shoes dyed to match. Each car-
ried a single long-stem yellow
Mrs. Lillian Lawrence was
matron of honor and Miss Angie
Butts was maid of honor. Misses
Linda and Joni Grace, sisters of
the bride, were bridesmaids.'
Danny Chase served as best
man. Ushers included Steve Dix-
on, brother of the ,groom, Rex
Buzzett and Brian Baxley.
The church was decorated with
baskets of lovely white flowers
and on the altar were brass can-
delabra holding lighted tapers.
The mother of the bride wore
a sleeveless dress of lime green,
with beige accessories.
The groom's mother wore an
aqua dress with ,white accessor-
The reception was'held immed-
iately following the cerernony in
the church Fellowship Hall.
For her honeymoon trip thru
the Smoky Mountains, the bride
wore an apricot ensemble trim-
med with green and white. To'
complete her outfit she wore
white accessories and the white
orchid from her bridal bouquet.
The Dixons are at home now
in Port.St. Joe.
Chris Laird Visits
Ringling Museum .,
Sarasota, Miss Chris Laird of
903 Garrison Ave., recently visited
the state-owned Ringling Museums
while vacationing on Florida's low-
er west coast.
The Ringling Museums are the
foremost cultural center in the
southeastern United States. Situat-
ed on 68 tropically landscaped
acres in Sarasota, they were a gift
of John Ringling to the state, and
are operated in the cultural and
education interests of Florida re-
Ssidents and visitors.
iss Carol Ann Grace Wed
To Thomas Watson Dixon
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Shiver
of Eastpoint, announce the ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Sheila Ann to Tony
Ross Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs.,
E. S. Boyd of 505 Ninth Street,
Port St. Joe.
SThe ceremony will be perform-,
ed July 3 at 4:00,p.m. in the As-
sembly of God Church in East-
point. A reception will follow in
Friends and relatives of the
young couple are invited.
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Tuesday, June 17, Miss Frann
Hannon and Miss Karen King
were honored with an informal
luncheon at the Beacon Hill cot-
tage of Cecil G. Costin, Jr
Miss Hannon, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannon will
be married July 11 from St. Jo-
seph's Catholic Church.
Miss King, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs; Robert King, became
the bride of Robert Nastally on
Sunday, June 21.
The hostesses for the affair
included Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr.,
Mrs. Ashley Costin, Mrs. Cecil
Costin, Jr., and Mrs. James Cos-
Luncheon was served on the
deck of the cottage. Guests in-
cluded the mothers of the two
honorees and a host of their
Assisting the hostesses were
their daughters, the Misses Fran
Allen, Renee Costin and Marion
Dr. Joe Hendrix
NASSAU, BAHAMAS-Dr. Jo-
seph P. Hendrix of Port St. Joe
wvas installed as Secretary-Treasur-
er of Florida's family ddttors dur-
ing the 21st Annual Scientific As-
sembly of the Florida Academy of
General Practice in Nassau earlier
Dr. Edward Kowalewski, Presi-
dent of the American Academy of
General Practice, nationwide or-
ganization of family doctors, was
.the annual banquet speaker and
performed the installation cere-
monies for the newly-elected lead-
ers of the Florida Academy of Gen-
i Over one hundred family doc-
tors from Florida attended the
scientific lectures and seminar ses-
sions, used the teaching machines
and observed the scientific movie
program as part of the continuing
.'education requirement of the Aca-
NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
will receive sealed bids for the
sale of 22 cypress logs, which may
be inspected on the Southwest
Corner of the courthouse proper-
ty, Port St. Joe, Florida. The Board
reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Bids to be received July 14,
1970, at 9:00 A.M. at the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
by: WALTER GRAHAM,
INVITATION TO BID
BID NO. 91
Sealed Bids will be received by
the City Commission 'of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, at its reg-
ular place of meeting in the Muni-
cipal Building in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, until 5:00 P.M., EDT, July 7,
1970, fort the following described
Dark-Field Stereo Microscope:
1. Zoom Stereo Microscope Body,
45 degree inclined head, mounting
bracket with focusing mechanism,
built-in 1X objective.
2. Eyepiece: G10X paired.
3. LSG-I illuminator with mount-
ing adapter for Epi.
4. Bright and dark field illumi-
nator base with pillar and built-
5. Specimen holder.
6. Stage glass plate, clear.
7. Stage glass plate, frosted.
8. Wooden carrying case.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received. All quotes should be FOB
Port St. Joe, Florida.
C. W. BROCK 6-25
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
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Good News Mothers
M iss Shiver Is es Dean, Bunnell; Miss Susan Stol-
M Hannn Ins irtion for A ler, Columbus, Georgia; Miss Dot
Feted at Shower Mi H annonu-U J II s0 Insia onf A Smith and Miss Linda Yates, Ft.
Feth t S ower Walton Beach,-Miss Becky Childers,
Luncheon June 20 In Cove Hotel Atlanta, Geor gi a; Mrs. John
Miss Sheila Shiver was recently Schuessler, Tallahassee; Miss Ce-
honored with a bridal shower at Miss Frann Hannon, July bride- Miss.Becky Hendrix, Miss Barbara celia Creech, Marianna and Mrs.
the home of Mrs. Frank Goldsber- elect, was'feted on June 20 by Martin, Miss Barbara Buzzett, Miss Edward Smith, sister of the bride-
ry, 1106 Long Avenue. Mrs. Wayne Hendrix and Mrs. Christy Coldewey, and Miss Mi. elect of Lakeland.
The refreshment table was dec- William Whaley with a luncheon chelle Anchors all of Port St. Joe. .
orated with the bride's colors of at the Cove Hotel in Panama City. Out of town guests were MIrs. WEEKND of ahas.
ice 'blue and white. The honoree wore white organ- .. L.. Smith, mother of the groom- .Miss Sherry, White of Ta,"ahas-
The bride-elect received her dy trimmed with red ornamental elect; Miss Ann Smith, sister of see and Mr. David White pq Nep-
guests seated by a decorated table needlework. Corsages of red rose- the groom-elect, both of Gunters- tune Beach were' the weekend
with an over hanging beautifully buds with red net and velvet leaves ville, Alabama; Miss Sissy Denton guests of their mother,- Mrs. D. E.
with an over hanging beautifully were presented to MissIHannn, Mrs: I nIsn l mV,"
decorated umbrella. Frank Hannonmothr ofthe of Anniston, Alabama; Miss Delor- White.
Miss Shiver is the bride-elect of oree and Mrs. W O0. Anderson,
Mr. Tony Boyd, son of Mr. and grandmother of the bride-elect.
Mrs. E. S. Boyd, 505 Ninth Street. The luncheon table on the. sun rFr
The hostesses were Mrs. Vernon porch was decorated with a cen- WE'RE STILL LD FASHIONE
Powell and Mrs. Frank Goldsberry. trial arrangement of sweetheartRE STLL OLD FASH NED
roses, snapdragons and daisies. Here at SMITH'S PHARMACY, we. still feel-:th.t
~Invited guests were Mrs. Frank every customer is our personafend, and we'll do
i Han.non, Mrs. W. 0. Anderson. Mrs. every customer s r personafri and we'll do
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, F-Im. 3256
THUkSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
PAGE EIGHU Tus
lA Port St. Joe, FPle. 32456
THURSDAY, JUNE S5, 1970
Gene Raffield Will Head Up Schultz
Senate Campaign In Gulf County
Port St. Joe Gene Baffield,' Raffield, 32, is an active member U. S.' Senate," Raffield said, not- am sure he will be most effective in
co-owner of Raffield Fisheries of the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club ing that his experience gained in 'aiding my candidacy in Gulf Coun-
here, has been named by Fred and has a long-time interest in leadership positions in state gov- ty."
Schultz to direct his Gulf County polities on-the state and local level.. einment and his vast business ext -
campaign for the United States "I am convinced Fred Schultz is perience provide him with excel-
Senate. the best qualified candidate for the lent credentials to represent Flor- MiSs Sherry White
ida in Washington.
Schultz, a 41-year old Jackson- On FSU 'Dean's List
First Few Minutes of Summer Showers native, i s currently Speaer of Sherry E. Whte a student
Swtives and has represented Duval at Florida State University in Tal-
Ilcrease 'Da gers On Highways County in the Legislature since lahassee was selected for the Dean's
1963. In 1964 he was named the List for the Spring Quarter. Sher-
TALLAHASSEE -7 The first few combination becomes mixed with "Outstanding Young Man of Jack- ry made a 4.0 average based on a
minutes of Florida's frequent sum-' rainwater during first moments of sonville" by the Junior Chamber 4.0 grading system. She was grad-
mer showers creates an "invisible' the shower making a very slick of Commerce and in 1969 received uated from Florida State with a
danger" and increases driving ha- and dangerous road surface. "As the chamber's "Good Government bachelor of science degree in
zards the Florida Highway Patrol the rain continues, this build-up Award." speech patahology and audiology
said today, is washed off the road and actually Following the 1967 and '69 leg- and is now attending Florida State
Colonel Reid Clifton, Director becomes safer in respect to the de- islative sessions Schultz was nom- graduate school working to ob-
of the Patrol said, "The first few gree of slipperiness," said Clifton. inated for the St. Petersburg tain a Master's Degree in the same
of the Patrol said, "The first few Times "Most Valuable Member of. area of study.
minutes of rain showers are the, Clifton said, "Last year 21 per- the House." He also was given the Soerry is the daughter of Mrs.
most hazardous for driving. It is cent of the State's accidents oc- thAllen Morris Award as the "Se-D. E. White and the later of Mr. te
during this period that the, grease, cured on slippery highways. This cond Most Effective All-Round of Port St. Joe, and is a 1966 grad-
rubber and oil combine with the. statistic alone should indicate Member oftheHouse" for the 1967 uate of Port St. Joe High School.
w ater to create an 'invisible dan -: -.. .. .
ger.' You should immediately re- d that driving in the rain is hazar- and 1969 sessions. --
duce your speed and double follow- dous and should be incentive Commenting on Raffield's ap- 'CARD OF THANKS
ing distances when the rain be- enough for motorists to take ad- pointment, Schultz said, "I am ex- The gratitude felt for ,all ex-
gins." ]ditional safety precautions when tremely pleased to lnave him on my pressions of love for Alton Hardy
The patrol commander said this the rains 'begin." U. S. Senate campaign team and I and his family during the many,
many weeks of- ms illness and
death is unmeasureable. It is the
awareness of people caring that
gives strength. '
"Thank you" to all.
MRS. ALTON HARDY
Two railroad cars loaded with rolls of paper,
and weighing about 90 tons each, derailed on
.the Apalachicola Northern Railroad switching
yard last Wednesday night. The two 'cars were
being made up into a train to go out Thursday
morning, when they jumped a switch and came
off the track. .AN yard crews worked the better
part of three days getting the cars back on the
'rail where they belonged. The accident occurred
behind the St. Joe Materials concrete plant and
did not tie up the railroad's main track or switch.
ing areas. Aside from the, hard, work in the
broiling sun to get the cars back on the track,
and a bent rail or two, very little damage resulted
from the derailment.
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Famous name brand .
A Kraft Mustaird --- 9 oz. 19c
Assorted or decorated large rolls
Viva Paper Towels 3 rolls 89c
Heavy duty -
Reynold's Wrap -----18" 59c
Kraft 7 oz. boxes
Macaroni Dinner .- 5 for $1.00
Gentle strength JOY king size
Liquid Detergent ----- pkg. 69c
Hunt's for the bestl /
Tomato Paste -- 6 oz. 18c
Hunts for the best
Tomato Sauce -- 14 oz. 27c
Famous name brand
Wesson Salad Oil 48 oz. 99c
PIGGLY WIGGLY is the right place to
select the best foods at the lowest
possible PIGGLY WIGGLY PRICES!
Quartered FRYER BREAST ----lb.
Quartered FRYER THIGHS -------- b.
Frying Chicken DRUM STICKS -- --- Ib.
Frying CHICKEN WINGS ----- 3 lbs.
FryingCHICKEN NECKS ------3 bs.
ii| Supreme -
Yellow cling halves or slices "
1 oE. cans
Wheat Thins, Bacon Thins, Sociables,
Chicken-in-a-biscuit, 8 oz. buttery Sesame,
BOX -M 5c
Ritz Crackers -- 12 oz. 39c
Nabisco Snack Mate
Cheese Spreads pkg. 59c
SLICED BACON ---_lb.
DCUBE STEAK- lb. $
1. Fresh GROiceNee
quart ja~rl Tender, Delicious
^ BEEF LIVER------- -Ilb.
~eL~s8~~s ~ II 59cI
Frozen Food Department -
Morton frozen Chicken, Turkey or Beef
POT PIES S $1.00
Pet Ritz Frozen-10 oz.
Pie Shells 3 pks $1.00
McKenzie Frozen-16 oz.
Cut Okra 4 pks $1.00
- Dairy Department -
8 oz. cans Pifflsbury Country S
Buttermilk or Extra Light
Margarine -- lb. 32c
Shop Piggly Wiggly for
Quality, Variety, Economy!
- The Veri-Best Produce -
Piggly Wiggly Selected Goodn
Guaranteed Red Ripe
Piggly Wiggly Selected Fresh
Peaches -- l 23c
Piggly Wiggly Selected Fresh
Cucumbers -_ Ib. 10c
Pleasure shop your air conditioned PIGGLY WIGGLY GAR-
DEN for the freshest produce at lowest possible prices!
- YOUR PLEASURE IS OUR POLICY
Discount Prices on ALL
Health and Beauty Aids!
Dry, normal or oily, 7 oz. Shampoo
Compare at $1.15 .
Ex. Hold 6.3 oz. can Hair Spray
Compare at $1.50
Nasal Mist or Tablets 24's Compare at $1.39
Dristan Tablets ------_ $1.1
Reg. or Ex. Hold 8 oz. Compare at $1.25
Dippity Do Gel 8 oz. 99F
Platinum Plus 6's Compare at $1.00
Gillette Blades --------84c
Hunt's 46 Oz. Cans
Tomato Juice 3 cans $1.00
Hunt's Peeled Whole 14 Oz. Cans
Tomatoes-----_ 5 cans $1.00o
Hunt's Tomato -.14 Oz. Bottles
Ketchup ___ 4 btls. $1.00
Lady Scott 200 ct. boxes
Facial Tissue -- 2 boxes 49c
Lady Scott 2 Roll Pkgs.
Bathroom Tissue -- 2 pkgs. 49c
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GREEN STAMPS I
D.00 or more purchase
rough June 27, 1970)
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FL 0 RIDA. IN
In Re: Estate of
DAVID C. ARNETT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which
you, or either of you may have
against the estate of DAVID C. AR-
NETT, deceased late of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Honorable S. P.
Husband, County Judge of Gulf
County, and 'file the same in his
office in the County Courthouse in
Gulf County, Florida, within six
(6) calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barr-
ed. See Section 733.16 Florida Sta
Dated this 2nd day of June, A.
MARGUERITE A. TOOTLE
As Administratrix of the
Estate of DAVID C. AR-
WILLIAM J. RISH,
303 Fourth Street 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 6-4
Attorney for Administratrix
INVITATION TO BID
BID NO. 90
Sealed Bids will be received by
the City Commission of the City bf
Port St. Joe, Florida at its regular
place of meeting in the Municipal
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
neophrene, rubber lined, 300 lb.
test with National Standard Hose
Threads, rocker lug couplings or
pin lug couplings attached and
all gaskets therefore.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
icceived. All quotes should be
FOB Port St. Joe, Florida. Delivery
C. W. BROCK 6-18
City Auditor & Clerk 3t
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What hot weather starts, cold
weather finishes both extremes
drain battery power. But before
you fill the air with electrifying
oaths, see us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with.
|t Datery lilbble is
oui pio leri, we carv
and riacofmiiEnd ine
Im* J rIAPA b131-
-ripes TI ere simply
I.. *'l 3 [ta r o ately
3do and e*I can
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
Midget Investments ralth
PAGE TEN THI STAR, Port St. Joe, tla. 224A
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
Something new and different is likely to be appreciated in the
drink department these hot days. How about tantalizing parched
throats with thirst-quenching cranberry refreshers? Tart and
tangy, red cranberry juice and cranberry-apple drink look as
good as they taste. Try these easy mixers.
You May Receive Benefits And Earn Income
Most of us
tra money at
looked. If you
n't looked into
fits, you shou
from James C
of the Panama
ings are low
fh _.; I._,_
could use a little ex- There is a slight reductiao'4 4 ontacting youf ~0id1 91cWity of- 32401. The plio6ff# i ber is 763.-
times, and there is a your check at age 62. It is 20% le I Ace. 15331. The office is 6p9 n Monday
people have over- than it would be at age 65. It t Soeial Securi l Office. fdo through Friday from ,:S0 a.m. to
are age 62 and have- would take' you several years to th( ffsA is located ai 1135 Har. 4",0 pm.,, except on national ho-
o social security bene- make up the difference by waiting rison Av#., Panama City, Fla. lidtys,
ld. This is the word for the higher benefit at age 65.
:. Robinson, Manager Sumnmer vacation is here. If you FR
a City Social Security are a school teacher age 62 or over METHOD
and have worked under social se-CHURCH
curity, you might add a little extra Intelection Monument and Constftlaltf
e, because their earn income to your summer budget by iE, R. MILLARD SPIKES, MinisfW'
could get most of
--;4-C--,.. fh h hl'4 A if
tneir social security checks even .
tl-ough they continue to work.
There are some engaged in season-
al work with high earnings who
cou'd get checks for the icnins
they don't work. Robinson said one
group that would fall into this
vategory are school teachers. Even
though they get paid on a 12
months basis, many do not woik
during July, and August. ,They
could get a socjal security check
for these months.
Special Week to
Urge Safe Boating
PETAL PINK PUNCH
(Makes 8 cups)
2 quarts Ocean Spray cran-
berry juice cocktail, chilled
1 quart lemon soda, chilled
'/4 cup lime or lemon juice
Combine all ingredients ust be-
fore serving time. .Pour into
CRANBERRY MILK PUNCH
(Makes 4 servings)
2 cups Ocean Spray cranberry-
apple drink, chilled
2 cups skim milk, chilled
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
Yz teaspoon orange extract
Combine all ingredients and
beat until well blended. Pour
into glasses and add 1 or 2 Ice
cubes. Serve garnished with
cinnamon stick and orange peel
RUBY RED SPARKLING
(Makes 8 to 10 servings)
4 cups Ocean Spray cranberry-
apple drink, chilled
1 can (6 ounces) orange juice
undiluted and thawed
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 quart ginger ale, chilled '
Mix cranberry-apple drink, or-
ange and lemon juice and gin-
ger ale. Fill punch bowl U fal
with crashed ice. Add punch and
stir until thoroughly chilled.
Pou3 into glasses and serve each
drink with a spear of pineap-
ple or orange slice, if desired.
Final Plans Agreed To in Paving of
Long'Avenue Near New High School
Department of Transportation
District Engineer Tom Webb met
with the Gulf County Commis-
sion Thursday afternoon to lay
final plans for the paving of the
extension of Long Avenue from
Niles Road to Highway 98.
The Department of Transpor-
tion has agreed to put down the
base and pave the road with their
maintenance crew to provide an
access road to the new Port St.
Joe High School. The county had
to prepare the road bed as their
part of the project.
Webb asked the Commission
to sign an agreement that the
new road would revert to the
county's secondary system once
it is completed. He pointed out
that it would be a few weeks be-
fore the State could get to the
project since the county finished
their part of the work before
Webb thought they would.
f'U A TTE D
By The Florida Power Corporation
Here are two great recipes so
easy to prepare in your electric
broiler. For family members who
rl1vH or Isim 1 -hnn- will be vTaW
The National Safe Boating Week re'a "n "L"io' *. v
begins on the 28th of June and con- pleased; also who could refuse the
tinues through 4 July 1970. This shrimp so deliciously prepared in
week is designated each year to thes manner. Try one or both of
concentrate the'- boaters attention these toay-
on safe practices that are a must FANCY CHEESE CHOPS
for a happier and safer time afloat. 4 loin lamb chops, 1 inch thick
The organizations that make up 4 thin slices onion
the Committee on Sate Boating are 4 slices process Swiss cheese
many and varied in their individual Set oven control at broil. Broil
quest for safety afloat. All the or- lamb chops 4-5 inches from the
ganizations have the same goal and element. Leave oven door in broil
that is the reason that National position. Broil 7-8 minutes. Turn:
Safe Boating Week is the biggest place onion slice and cheese slice
and most varied of all safety mes- on each chop and broil 7.8 minutes
sages issued in the year. longer. Garnish with a stuffed olive
Take the opportunity to receive on a toothpick in the center.
the many free instructions and li- NOTE: Slit fat at intervals to
terature that will be made availa- prevent cupping of chops. j
ble 'to you during this Week. It may Serves 4.
save your life and the lives of BROILER SHRIMP
your family.' 6-8 shrimp
Safe boating is fun and does not i cup low caTarie French or
impair the fun and excitement of Italian dressing .
water sports. Practice it and it 2 tablespoons lemon juice
will become one of the best habits .teaspoon seasoned pepper
you can have. Brush shrimp with low ,calorie
Be around next.year for another French or Italian dressing; broil
Safe Boating Week don't become. a 4 or 5 minutes. Sprinkle with Ile-
statistic for next years' program on mon juice and seasoned pepper
safe boating. before serving.
I Highland.View aptist Church
225 Fifth Street 'WILLIAM STEPHENS, Pastor
Sunday School Sunday, 9:45
Morning Worship ..... 11:00
Training Union 6:15
Evening Worship T:30
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8:00
Visitors are Cordially Welcome
. c ooULU U kJ NLLUUL ,.... : .* .JXX-.
Morning Worship .-. ... ................ 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship ........-------..........---.....----....... 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellosip ....-----.......-..., 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned FriefSf1aews Still Survives"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE --.-. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend'
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .......
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV J. C.,ODUM Pastor
look into a total electric home
Don't look back and wish you had looked into a
Total Electric Home.
Contact your nearest Florida Power office and find
out just exactly how much more you get with Total
Electric and save money at the same time I
Here are some of the ingredients you get for happier,
healthier, easier and less expensive living.
FIAMEISS HEATING bd COOLING ELECTRIC RANGES id SELF CLEANING OVENS
Complete comfort automatlcay. Cleon, cool cooking. The ly oven that
ol burners to a dL No drt or smoke. completely d Itsele f tomato ally withoet
SexcefssW heat escaplng In the ktche.
UICK RECOVERY ElECTRIC ATIR HEATERS
Fast, economical dn odofree. E uECTRIC C1OTHES DcbERS
You get theo advantage of aMr w, lov wae Cost less to buy. Genle ede c Beat
heating discount rot, tool Is easier on the lotho.
For complete Information on TOTAL ELECTRIC HOMES, contact our nearest office.
# / ( r -.helping build beer comiunlte.
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
. ... ... ......
USE THE WANT ADS
I, L -I ,
FPC Going Nuclear R
"The great and growing demand the Crystal lRiver plant site, with tonal average. Last year, the corm-
for electric* power, population operation scheduled for late 1972. pany connected over 23,000 new
growth in Florida Power Corpora. This giant additJon to FPC's gen- customers. Univeristy of Florida's
tion's service area, environmental, rating capability will produce population projections for Florida
and fuel considerations, were four 825,000-kilowattat making it the Power's 32-county service area in-
major factors In the company'asde. largest unit on the west coast of dicate a gain of approximately 490,
caision to build. ts first nuclear- Florida. 000 persons during the years 1969-
towered generating unit," A. P Florida Power Corporation's re- 1976. This amounts to a 25% gain
ete, company .dent, sid to' sidential customers used an aver- in population for FPC's area in just
day in- St Petersburg. The nuclear age of 8,666 kilowatt-hours last ,seven years. "We must have the
unit is now under construction at year, or 32% more than the na- generating plants ready for these
THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fkorida
new customers," Perez said, "and
we must at the same time satisfy
the rising demand for electric po-
wer resulting from increased custo-
mer use of electric appliances and
equipment, and also satisfy the en-
vironmental requirements." |
.ac nf nb~turnl PFl;nI
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
are substantial reserves of urani- unit doesn't burn anything to pro-
um. Breeder reactors, those that- duce electricity, so, there is no
manufacture more fuel than they air pollution caused by combustion.
consume, are under prototype de- He said that Florida Power has had
velopment. "In addition, by adding in effect since January, 1969, its
another fuel source. nuclear en- Environmental Monitoring P r -
ergy. we are able to be more gram at Crystal River. This pro-
flexible as to which fuels we use gram is conducted in cooperation
when fuel prices change. In this with Florida's Department of Na-
manner, we are able to exert some tural Resources and other govern-
influence on fuel costs, which are mental agencies involved in con-
a very large part of our operating servation and anti-pollution efforts.
expenses," Perez stated. Fuel costs Ti program is designed to study
in 1969 for Florida Power amount- Thisprogram is designed to study
ed to almost $25,000,000. any effect the plant may have
E UIL rs~rvm U in.. upn tu eniroment mebum
ruel reserves u; uauri a, e Oi, I-,- I upon the environment. The four-
and coal are not limitless. The use Environmental considerations en- c .
of nuclear power as an energy tered into the decision to build the year program will cover thermal,
source is just beginning, and there' nuclear unit. Perez said a nuclear ecological, and radiological areas.
Cub Scouts Will
Plan Track Meet
Cub Scout Pack 47 will hold its
June Pack Meeting Thursday, June
25 at 8:00 p.m. in the High School
Cafeteria. All Cubs and parents are
urged to attend as plans are to be
formulated for the Lake Sands
District Annual Cub Scout Field
Meet, to be held in Port St. Joe in
WEEK END GUESTS
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Barnes were Mr. and Mrs.
John Gingrich of Mercersburg, Pa.
Like To Buy,
It con be done. if youshopoatA&P. At A&P, you'll find the famous National
Brands at prices we believe will.save you money. You'll also find hundreds
of famous A&P Brand products at prices we know will save you money.
Tle choice is yours. We want you to be satisfled..so fluch so that we un-
conditionally guarantee every product we sell tobe a quality product and jo
give you complete satisfaction.
We tell you this, not because we want to promote ALP Brands over other
famous brands we carry, but because we think irs important to you...today.
As the nation's leading food retailer we believe we have a responsibility to
remind you of this quality choice that A&P offers...this significant way to
cut food costs.
2 OZ. A&P MAXWELL HOUSE
Instant Coffee 390 1 57C0 180
10 OZ. A&P MAXWELL HOUSE
Instant Coffee 1.19 11.69 1500
I LB. CRESCENT CITY LUZIANNE
Coffee 590 | 870 1280
8 OZ.' A&P MAXIM
Freeze Dried Coffee 1.69 11.99 130.0
46 OZ. A&P CAMPBELL'S
Tomato Juice 350 I 430 I 80
14.OZ. OUR OWN NESTEA 1 OZ.
Inst. Ten Mix 590 I 690 1.00
KING SIZE -SAIL TIDE
Detergent 1.19 1.49 300
25 COUNT ALP GLAD
Utility Bags 33C0 390 C 60
80 COUNT ASP BAGGIES
Sandwich Bags 290 1350 60
QUART A&P .STA-FLO
Laundry Starch .190 129 1 100
GALLON A&P CLOROX
Laundry Bleach. 290 1610 320
25 FT. HEAVY-DUTY WONDERFOIL REYNOLODS
Aluminum Wrap 590 650 j 60
Q UART A&P PINK LUX 4L
Liquid Detergent 590 85C | 260
26 OZ. BRIGHT SAIL GLO-COAT
Floor Wax 790 1 890 1100
i 8 OZ. A&P. INDEX
';qdow Cleaner. 290 I 33C 40
35-OZ. A&P MUSSELLMAN'S
Apple Sauce 49C 1530 1 40
17 OZ. A&P DEL MONTE
Freestone Peaches 310 1.350 | 40
1-LB. CAN A&P DEL MONTE
Cling Peaches 250 1270 1 20
S.IND. BOXES, A&P SUN MAID
Seedless Raisins 270 I 290 I 24
17 OZ. A&P DEL MONTE ,
Fruit for Salad 390 1530 1 140
12 OZ.' A&P
Orange Juice 33C
" 10 OZ. A&P
) 121/2 OZ. A&P
Butter Coffee Cake 750
20 OZ. A&P
Macaroni & Cheese 430
10. OZ. A&P
Chop. Spinach *170
| 49C 1160
1 250 1 50
SARA LEE .
1 890 1140
1 490 I 0
| 250 j 80
1 LB. NUTLEY PARKWAY
Margarine *230 350 j12C
1 LB. MAP, PARKWAY
Soft Margarine 3901 49C I 1
1 LB. AN PAGE MAZOLA
Corn Oil Margarine 350 1 490 I140
8 OZ. SUNNYRFIELD BREAKSTONE
Whipped Butter 490 1 510 2
30 OZ.PKG.-PARMESAN A&P KRAFT *
Grated Cheese 370 1 450 | 80
8 OZ. MP KRAFT
Cream Cheese 370 I 390 20
PINT JAR ANN PAGE HELLMANN S
MayonOaise 410I 470 1. 60
8 OZ. ANN PAGE HELLMANN'S
Sandwich Spread 290 330 40
80 Z. ANN PAGE KRAFT
French Dressing 310 | 350 i 40
I'OZ. DANn PAGE KRAFT 3
Italian Dressing 350 I 390 I 40
24 OZ. ANN PAGE LOG CABIN
Blended Syrup 650 1 750 |10C
QUART ANN PAGE HEINZ
Cider Vinegar 290 | 390 j 10
QUART ANN PAGE HEINZ.
White Vinegar 250 | 330 80
4 OZ. SMOOTH WHIP DREAM WHIP
Whipped Topping 390 490 100
31/40 OZ. A&P BAKERS
Coconut Flakes 25C. I 290 4C
1 OZ.. ANN PAGE KNOX
Plain Gelatin 2/39pC 250 1 10
2 OZ. ANN PAGE McCORMICK'S
Vanilla Extract 450 I 490 C 40
26 OZ. A&P MORTON
Table Salt 1< 0 10 150 I 50
5 LB. A&LP DIXIE CRYSTAL
Sugar -490 I 590 1100
6 1/2 OZ. A&P PLANTERS
Va. Suited Peanuts *3401 390 I 50
100's A&P BAYER
Aspirin 290 | 970 1680
702Z. A&P RIGHT GUARD
Spray Deodorant 890 1 1.39 ,J 50
14 OZ. A&P SCOPE I
Mouthwash 590 I 990 | 400
4 OZ. AP VASELINE
Petroleum Jeljy 250 1 450 I 20
11 OZ. -AP RAPID SHAVE
Shave Cream 590 890 300
I This item muhip redatthe store ror even
gremier savings. Single unit price used foC easier
M*g ? T"SUPER-RIGHT" MIDDLE CUT SEMI-BONELESS BEEF
^ i Rib Roast L.- $1
GRADES"A' FRESH FLORIDA Or GEORGIA SPLIT Special!
SB rolers LB.. 35
S"SUPER-RIGHT" BONELESS CHUCK or SHOULDER Special!
i Swiss SteakLB.99
L6* "SUPER-RIGHT" USDA GRADE 'A' OVEN-REARDY YOUNG
STurkeys 10 B.49C
Cooking Oil (limit'Iw'$5. or more order excl. cigarettes)
WESSON OIL M 79(T Ex-T A .1,
DRIVE (Limit I v'$5. or more order excl. cigarettes)
DRY TREND 2 'oe
5 b; 4 oz.
Kleenex Boutique or Desgn 97 CAFFEIN FREE
B97% CAFFEIN FREE ,
JM A&P Coffee
* Kleenex Facial Tissue 3 .~ BOTTLE OF 100
* Kleenex Family Napkins 2 2 27' n TA e
SKleenex Bout. Bath Tissue 2 59c HUK or CRUSHED
A& P CH UNKaorp RUSHED
*Kofex Reg.&Sup.* 60, 79%,2+ 39,
pine; e+! |A
JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
Spanish Bar Cake .-
JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
Coco. Orange Pie .z.
JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
R* I + 1-1b.
Pineapple Pie 6.
JANE PARKER GOLDEN, SUGAR Or CINNAMC
Cake Donuts 3 x
p~o5 A VEL
Gardn-Frsh Fuit & Vqetales
I Roach adW Ant
FRESH RIPE DELICIOUS Special TNT BOMB =98c
Georgia Peaches t. 25c--
FRESH JUMBO Speclall FRESH. CRISP ICBR SpeMial, iii
Cantaloupes 31 $1. Lettuce HD. 19( NDI W
FRESH RED RIPE EA. itESH RIPE Special!
Watermelons 88c Tomatoes.'- 29(
'01h F.'s I t-r raaLim l* -
SAVE 10o -
Wih th tis coupon whn yw tey
11om Ao f tMe
.or go dt coupo9ne ;
Cougpon good through June 2;, 1970(
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- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 3 4
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
_.. ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION: I
Unlike an old friend, you cannot rely upon an old prescrip-
tion to do a thorough job... especially the same one for
Alhch 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 well. Adverse storage condi-
. ioqs.could alsd affect the"prescription. Chemical changes
can occur within the liquid, capsule or tablet. Then, too,
there is the constant danger of a child reaching for an old
prescription. Thinking it's candy... or simply imitating you
...e might swallow the contents. The results may be tragic.
NeVer depend upon a prescription lasting forever. Let your
doctor re-prescribe for-your present condition... after all
he is the expefti And once you have regained your health,
always destroy the remainder of your prescription.
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
cosistent with quality and the personal attention you
ca. always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
zzett's Drug Store
iams Avenue Phone 227-3371
-In Window Service Plenty of Fre Parking
TOMMY THOMAS CHEVROLET
New and Used, Cars and Trucks
Delegates Attend Pollution Seminar
(Continued Prom Page 1) state: "There are no federal
of Florida and his assistant, Don- state guidelines as yet on aia
aid A. Brown, director of plan- lution. Since the manufacti
ning, of Tallahassee prior to the of our area have undertaken
full meeting which was held in vy expenditures to clean up
the National Communicable Di- air already, we need to wor
sease Center at Atlanta. see that their investment is
The delegation learned that air tected' when the guidelines
pollution problems are not con- written".
fined tQ city, county or state The Gove rtr will have
,boundaries and that successful days to submit a letter inc
control requires coordinating ing that the State of Florida
plans, standard setting and en- set standards. An additional
forcement by several political days will be allowed for se
jurisdictions which share a comn- the standards andand another
mon problem. days to develop plans for in
Wilmont "Pete" Edwards, Bay mentation, of the quality air
County Commissioner, acting as- trol standards.
spokesman for the area delega- Procedure'for setting of st
tion, went on record. indicating ards will include a number
the 'concern of the cities of public hearings to allow
Northwest Florida for clean air. dents 'of the region to exp
Edwards said, "The multi-county views concerning desired st
approach with coordination and yards. In cooperation with the
cooperation between all levels of and Water Pollution. Co:
government will be required to Board of Florida, the North
solve this problem." Florida Development Council
Econoimipc Develotw menn TDis
Walter Graham, chairman of
the Gulf County Commissiop'
-echoed Edwards' thoughts on the
matter in a report to the Coun-
ty Commission Tuesday night of
the meeting and went further to
will announce public hearings la-
ter, according to Barry A. Bos-
well, executive director.
Attending the, conference in'
Atlanta were County Commis-
sioners Edwards, Bay; Mrs. Na-
Harold Quackenbush, left, representing the City of Port St. Joe
chats with Gulf County Commissioner Walter Graham and Barry
Boswell, director of the Northwest Florida Development Council and
Economic Development District, center, just before boarding a plane
in Panama City for Atlanta Monday where they attended a confer-
ence on the formation of Air Quality. Control Region which will in-
clude Gulf Cotnty as well as nine other Florida counties, three
counties -in Alabama and four in Mississippi.
Ready for Space?
Mayor Frank Pate, along with other area governmental officials,
toured Randolph, Lackland and Brooks Air Force Bases in Texas as
the guests of the Air Force last Wednesday and Thursday and re-
turned home Friday by Air Force plane. While there, the group
toured the Air Force space readiness facilities as well as other train-
ing areas. Pate is shown above with an honorary Doctor's degree
from the Aerospace Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, which al-
most qualifies him to take a ride in space. -Star photo
Russell Calvin Maddox, Wewahitchka,
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FOR SALE: Three bedroom brick FOR SALE: Vegetables for freezer. *FOR SALE:.1965 Cadillac. Has 29,-
Russell Calvini Maddox, age 67, neau of Ft. Myers and Mrs. Nancy 'home with living room, den, din- Peas, squash, tomatoes, beans. 151 miles. Call Mrs. Tom Owens,
a resident of Wewahitchka, died Lunsford of Lansing, Mich.; four ing roomkitchen, carpeted central Phone 639-5245,David McCalvin. 1 Long Avenue after 3:00 p.m.
Thursday morning.of last week in grandchildren; one brother, J. W. nished On woet shadedltsio FOR SALE: 1968 Ford Torio .2- tfc-2-12
a Tallahassee hospital at'3:40 a.m. Maddox of Orlando; three sisters, Garrison Ave. Contact Mrs. Ben` door hardtop. Excellent condi-
Mrs. Hattie Kelle and Mr. Maggie Williams, 763-0261, Panama City. tion. 18,600 actual miles. Automa- FOUND: Three crying baby kittens
Maddox was a member of the Mrs Kelley and Mrs. Maggie L, ltic, power, factory air. New set at my back door, wandering
First Baptist Church of Wewa- Tuten both of Madison and Mrs. FOR SALE: 2 lots on the corner Firestone 500 tires. Call 227-7621 around a box, sealed with gummed
hitchka. He was principal of We- Jessie Mae Hff of TamRa. at St. Joe Beach, $1650.00. Call or see J. C. Odum. tape from which they had broken
wahitchka High School from 1944 Serviceswere under the direc- Vic Burke, Phone 229-2757. 2t-6-25 WANTED TO BUY: Brick or block cat fough. found, a box orxfFris-
to 1957. He served as a supervisor tion of Comforter Funeral Home. home. 8 bedrooms, 2 baths, sin- losing kittens will phone e,
in the Gulf County School system FOR SALE: Cover for Datsun pick- gle or double carport. In town. All will return them to you. Mrs. Ed-
in the Gulf County School system up. $150.00. Phone 648-4255 af- replies kept confidential. Call 229- win Ramsey. o
until 1969 when he retired. SPIKES TO SPEAK -B, ter 4:00 p.m. tfe-6-11 2579. tfc-4-30 -R FO S' H
Funeral services were held at Rev. Millard Spikes will be the FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with FOR SALE: 18,000 BTU Coldspot RABBITSeekRabbitry. Phone 229-1993.
the First Baptist Church of Wewa. speaker at Sunday morning ser- attic fan, 3 air conditioners, deep air conditioner, 1 year old. 5- or 229-6387 2t-6-1
hitchka at 2:00 p.m. Friday after. vices for the First Presbyterian well, good neighbors. 100x90 fenc- year warranty. Used only -three 229-6387.
noon conducted by Rev. Claude E. Church here in Port St. Joe Sun- ed yard, good. grass, 4 shade trees, months. A- condition. $25.00. Al- TREE SERVICEd Trees taken dowa
McGill assisted by Rev. Fred W. day morning, one pecan tree. Call 227-8688. 2p Ousve 2. C and removed or trimmed. Call
Bailey. Interment followed in the Worship serviceA will be held FOR SALE: One acre lot at Ione229.635A- tfe-ec
familtey plot of Pleasant Rest me at 9:00 a.m. : Hometead. 21u' well and sepuc FOR SALE: Oceanside V-bottom 'KDuCid eae and fast with Go-
tery at Overstreet. tank. Perfect for mobile home. Call surf board, 8'4", $60.00. Also 2 bese Tablets and E-Vap "water,
Mr. Maddox is survived by hisVisiting Lairds Dan Pope, 222-7217, Andalusia, Ala 590x3 10' wide ooyear res pills". Campbell's Drug. 14p-4-2
widow, Mrs. Mildred Maddox; one a -"-8 with mags, for beach buggy, Volks- '
son, Calvinboth of Wewahithk Mrs. Haygood Ellzey, Sr., of bama. 5t-5-28 wagen or Corvair, $75.00. Phone THE COTTAGE SHOPPE now has-
SLevy County is a visitor of the 648-3895. new polypropylene phentex yarn,
two daughters, Mrs. Marilyn Bon- Bill Lairds. She the grandmtheFOR SALE: Two lots with two fur- machine washable, and double knit ,
BillLairds.Sheisthegrandmothe nished mobile homes. Facing bus- FOR SALE: 1955 Ford. Body in polyester fabrics. Also many gif
.. of Bobby and Chris Laird. iness highway 98, running to wate-r good condition. New back tires. 'items. Shop at THE COTTAGX-
* ol -- ------ front. Two boat docks with deep Runs good. $200. Phone 227-7972. SHOPPE, red and white building
SchGuests of Weeks channel 15 minutes to Gulf. Good Or-see at 1308 McClellan. on Hi way 98, Beacon Hill. tfc-6-11
Re and Mrs. John Harvey Klein, and oysterilabng. A good retirement FOR,AIR CONDITIONING and ap- WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy-
r Brent, Keith and John Jordan Klein and sportsman's paradise. One $5,-. pliance repair call 229-6323. press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos.
S V r of Ocala and Mrs. Merle Jordan of 000 and 1 for $6,500. Apalachicola. OR SALE: Pulp wood truck Ph. 1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly,
Offered by Mrs. Bryant Patton, no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, bard.
by KATIE MANGUM New Orleans are guests of Mr- Realtor, 653-2531. 4tp-5-28 227-7772. tfc-5-14 ware and appliances. PRIDGEON
The ghlandView Baistand Mrs. Weeks at -their BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitch-
h eghadVeWeBaptist home in Highland View. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, block HOUSE MOVERS ka.tfe-6-11
Church held commencement exer- and stucco,, carpet and air con. We move'that house or building
cises last Thursday evening, -for a -. ditioned. 523 7th St. 227-3067. tfc for you. We also buy and sell
mostsuccessful vacation Bible Returns from Vacation houses. Call FOR
mostsuccessful vacation Bible The Bill Laird faly has re- FOR SALE:Dwelling and two lots CALL, YAUN and LYNN
School. Bi Lair amy as re- at White; City. Contact Citizen's House Movers AM LAP C RVI
Each department gave a demon- turned home after a 14-day tour Federal. 2274646. tfc-6-18 576-7811 or 222,092 AMBLANCE SERVICE
station ofi what they learned of Florida visiting friends ad FO SALE: 8 room house o two Tallahassee In Wewahltchka and
throtelatives in Key, West, West Palm. FOR SALE: 8 room house on two
through the week. The Primary Be d St. Peters. -lots. 1 corner lot and house fur- FOR SALE: Selmar-Bundy clarinet Port St. Joe
department learned several Chris- ea an sburg. nished. Across hwy. in front of in excellent condition. $85.00.
'tian songs. They also learned many school in Wewahitchka. Mrs. Rosa Phone 229-1581. tfc-6-18 CALL -
tib vsogs. ya learned an CARD OF THANKS Stevens. tfc-5-21
Bible verses and learned to asso. FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control Comforter Funeral Home
ciate them with pictures of little May I express my thanks and FOR SALE: Small grocery and cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
children doing things that demon- appreciation to my many friends .Gulf service station at Highway 229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave. 227-3511
state their ve of God. for the lovely cards, flowers and 71 at White City. Fully equipped,
state their love, of God. other deeds of kindness shown me re sonably priced. Call 229-2106. At SEPTIC TANKS pumped out Call
The Juniors 'learned the ten night call 229 4481. 2tp-6-25 Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937
in the recent tragic death of my Poh229-3097.
commandments in their proper or- other, S. Brinson Coody ,of Mo- FOR RENT: Apartment at 510 8th oz 22-97. C. P. Etheredge
der. Most can recite them, but few y e, Ala Street. Phone 648-4800. tfc-6-25 518 Third Street
P played a varition Of thegame y-'sincere thanks toyou an. FOR RENT: Available June 29, one TOMLINSON Port St. Joe, Fla.
"Three Questions", the difference MRS. W. S. SMITH bedroom and private bath at RADIO and TV REPAIR Plumbing and
bigth ate ah questionsha t o 'fenc 528 corner of 6th Street and Wood- PHONE 229-6108 Eleril Contrctor
being that each question had 'to ard Ave. tfe-6-25 319 MCellan e Electrical Contractor
be answered by quoting a Bible To Settle Divorce Suit FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedroom 1319 McClellan A all 229-4986 for Free Estmate
verser. At house with den, 122 Bellamy Cir- -
The Intermediates, among other AUCTION cle. Also, Jeep in good condition FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call RAM.--Regular convocation' on St.
things, practised finding a sped- U C I N for sale. Phone 229-5821. Emory Stephens. Free estimate. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M4
fic Bible verse, in the manner of Sat., July 4 2:30 'PM OR RENT: Furnished 1 bedroom arantee on labor and materials. 1t and 3rd Mondays. vsitn
aus FOR RENT: Furnished IbedroomLow down payment. Phone 227- companions welcome.
a spelling bee, with the student Martha Ann's house, in town. Smith's Phar- 9 "2. tfec ROY BURGH, H. P.
who found the verse first, being Motel Restaurant macy. tfc-6-18 WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
allowed to read it. FOR RENT: Houses in Highland Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
Each department used friendly Between Panacea and Carra. View. One partially furnished. PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe THE AMERICAN LEGION meet-
competition to add zest and inter- belle, Fla: on Hwy. 98-at St. Call 648-4101. tfc-4-23 ig second and fourth Tuesday
L L ,.L ^- p- .....-.. J ames Property only 40 P--m.--- --:-_. ---_ -. nibhta." 8:00 nm Amein aLegion
tse tou ,ie learning process. I
. There were 106 students 'enroll-
ed, including the nursery; with an
average daily attendance above 70.
Only through the hard work of
each faculty ,member could this
school have been so successful and
each one of them is deeply appre-
The church cordially invites ev-
eryone to .join with them in regu-
lar worship services on Sunday
and -Wednesday of each week.
dine Stone, Calhoun; Conley Mar-'
tin, Walton: M. A. Schack, Jack-
son and Walter Graham, Gulf.
Others attending were Henry
Kiyland, Panama City Commis-'
sioner; Harold Quackenbush, rep-"
resenting Port St.. Joe; Carl
Jones, representing Marianna;
Kelly Swindle, executive secre-
tary of the Holmes County De-
velopment Commission and Bos-
miles South of Tallahassee on
the Gulf- ...
offered into 5
No. 1 Motel 8 Units, plus liv-
r ing quarters
No. 2 Restaurant--fully equip-
ped Seats 60 people.
No. 3 Independent Gas Sta-
tion, plus living quarters
No. 4 Gulf Beach Frontage
Lots, 3 to choose from
No. 5 8 COP Liquor License,
can be transferred most
anywhere in Franklin
Property of Paul Ranallo, in-
'formation ph o n e 904-697-
3861 (Port St. Joe Exchange)
.or see him at Martha Ann's
EASY TERMS: 25% Down at
'Auction, Balance up to 15
years 7% on Real. Estate, Li-
quor License Transfer CASH.
Auction Co., Inc.
Julian Grissom R. E. Broker
Silver Springs, Florida
FOR SALE: Cast nets. 121 Second
Avenue, Oak Grove. Phone 227-
306 Reid" Ave.
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.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, WKM.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty.
OFFICE SUPPLIES ... WE HAVE THEM .. THE STAR
National Guard Has Dual Role
Lt. Col. Robert Howell of Apa-,the standing operating procedure public knows Howell pointed out.
chicola, an officer in the National is to issue ammunition to Guards- He stated *hat last year, the Apa-
Guard, explained the dual role of men going on riot duty. "The men labicola unit, which includes Port
the Guard to the Rotary Club last never load their weapons unless *,St. Joe members, was called out
Thursday. ordered to do so by the highest 13 times for duty or stand-by. #'
r s F o ranking man present in a given sit-
The Guard is Federally owneduation. Our men will always have Guests of the-club were Lloyd
and State controlled, and the Guard ammunition issued on diot duty", Pope of Apopka,.Bill Holland of
owes both allegiance", Howell ex- he stated Tampa, Jim Moore of Panama City,
plained. ne s. Buck Chauncey of Apalachicola ,ad
On the national level, the Na- The Guard gets called out for' Marion Craig, a member of the e.
tional Guard provides a corps of "riot duty or alert more than the wahitchki club.
trained men ready to be called to I ____
duty when the nation goes to war.
"The Guard provides 119,000 men
in strategic reserve power, trained
for use. It takes from fdur to eight .
weeks to get Guardsmen into the
battle after the call goes -out",
On the state level, the Guard is
under the direction of the Gover- -
nor primarily for riot or disaster
duty. "Our biggest responsibility LETTER HEADS ENVELOPES- BILL'HEADS
now is riot duty", Howell explain- CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS
ed. He also pointed out that vir-
tually no funds have been provided BROCTJRES SOCIETY PRINTING
for riot duty training, but in spite ENGRAVING
of lack of funds, each Guardsman
gets frdin 15 to 30 hours a year in
special training for riot control. .
I He pointed out that in this area,