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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
Temporary Permit Granted for Canal Outfall
Pollution Control Board Puts Stop
To City Issuing New Sewer Permits
N0thin like A friendly Gesture As an expression of their concern for the feel.
Gesture ings of Jimmy and Ashley, their "friends" expres-
There's nothing like having a good friend sed these words of condolence on the front win-
during times of adversity. Supporters of Florida dows of the hardware store following Saturday's
State University's "Seminoles" could find no more exercise in futility. The "24-8" was Tallahassee
dire need of a friend following Saturday's football Democrat Sports Editor Bill McGrotha's prediction
game. Probably no Seminole boosters needed that of the game score except he had' FSU receiving
comfort and condolence more than Ashley and 28 points and Florida, 8. Neither the score nor
Jimmy Costin, who tout their football team from the order was correct.
,their headquarters at St. Joe Hardware.
Sen. Gurney Says Feds to
'Share' $74,000 With City
'The City of -Port 8t. Joe will
receive a windfall of $74,000
ffrom :he federal revenue-shar-
ing plan, Clerk Charles Brock
told ithe City Commission Tues-
Sday ~night. Brock said his infor-
mation came from the office of
:Senator Ed Gurney.
The City had not budgeted the
revenue from the federal pro-
gram; but, according to infor-
mnation received ;by Brock's of-
fice, use of the money is limit-
,ed. The Clerk said information
:shows the money may be used
in the areas of environmental
protection, public transportation,
health and recreation, social ser-
vices, libraries :and financial ad-
The City has received no mon-
ey as yet from the distribution.
WATER FOR CIRCLE
The City completed an agree-
ment for placing a six-inch wa-
ter main to the Hunter Circle
area Tuesday night. The Board
has been trying to amrxrage for
permission to lay the line across
private property for some time
in an effort to bring adequate
water pressure to the area wiih
is served by a two-inch main.
Installation of the line will
also allow the placement of fire
plugs on the street.
An agreement was introduced
to the Board Tuesday night to
assure the City's cooperation
with the Department of Trans-
portation in beautifying the Fifth
Street median from Woodward
Avenue to the Courthouse.
The agreement calls for the
City to install a watering system
and purchase plants for the area.
The DOT will provide plans and
part of the labor for installa-
The work will be done in sec-
tions with the area' between
Wdbdward and Garrison getting
The Board also:
Expressed a concern for a
low census at Municipal Hospi-
tal creating financial problems
and set up monthly meetings un-
til the situation could be straigh-
Postponed the October 17
meeting to October 24.
Decided to take some action
to remove burned out hulks of
four houses left standing in
North Port St. Joe.
School Board Suspends Wewahitchka
Teacher Charged With Dope Count
The Gulf County School Board
suspended Michael Joseph San-
taniello, 28 of Dalkeith Monday,
following his arrest on a narco-
Lions Club Featuring
Horse Show Saturday
The Port St. Joe Lions Club is
sponsoring its annual Fall Horse
Show Saturday, October 14 be-
ginning at 11:00 a.m.
The show will be an open
event featuring 25 'judged and
racing contests. The Horse Arena
is located one mile North of Port
St. Joe on Highway 71.
Fish dinners will be served
and a concessions stand will be
open. Proceeds from the continu-
ing Lions Club project will go
toward their sight conservation
program. The program includes
the purchase of glasses for nee-
dy people and contributions to
the Florida Foundation for the
Commissioners and Board Members
Will Take Office Earlier Than Usual
County Commissioners and School Board
members elected in this month's primary elections
will not wait until January of next year to assume
their offices, as in the past, according to a new
The new law provides that members of these
governing bodies will take office on Tuesday, two
weeks following the general election in November.
This will put the newly elected officials in office
on November 21 of this year.
The new law became effective May 25, 1967.
tic charge Friday afternoon.
Santaniello was a teacher at
Wewahitchka High School.
He was released from Gulf
County jail Monday on bonds of
$4,504 stemming from charges of
possession of marijuana and nar-
The items were reportedly
found in Santaniello's home in
Dalkeith following a search by
Search warrants and felony
warrents a g a inst Santaniello
were obtained by Florida High-
way Patrol Trooper Al Harrison
of Wewahitchka; Chief Deputy
H. T. Dean and the Gulf County
Officers say they located a one-
pound coffee can in the suspects
home half full of a substance
which was determined to be
Tonya Lynn Morgan, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth W. Morgan passed away Oc-
tober 6 at the Municipal Hospi-
In addition to her parents, the
infant is survived by two sisters,
Michelle and Teresa Clark; ma-
ternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Harrison of Highland
View; paternal grandmother,
Mrs. Vivian Snyder; paternal
grandfather, H. W. Morgan, both
of Tallahassee; great grandmo-
ther, Mrs. Minnie Anderson of
Graveside funeral s e r vices
were held at 3:00 p.m. Saturday,
October 7 at the family plot in
Holly Hill Cemetery, conducted
by Rev. Richard L. Collins, pas-
tor of the Pentecostal Holiness
Church of Highland View.
News, both good and bad, was
received this week from the State
Pollution Control Board by the City
of Port St. Joe.
The bad news came in the form
of an order to stop issuing sewer
permits until the City is able to pro-
vide secondary waste treatment,
which is treatment to 90% in purity.
Port St. Joe was one of 42 Flor-
ida cities to receive such an order
following the news last week that it
was coming. The order, in effect,
puts a halt to all new construction
in the City which requires hook-ups
to the City's sewer collection sys-
tem. All projects under way and
with a permit already secured were
not affected by the order.
The City Commission moved in
its meeting Tuesday night to coun-
teract the order by instructing their
attorney, William J. Rish to file a
request exempting Port St. Joe from
the order, since it is moving as fast
Sharks Will Meet
Crestview Friday In
The Port St. Joe Sharks will
meet Crestview here Friday
night in Shark Stadium for their
The evening of festivities will
begin at 4:30 p.m. with a home-
coming parade in downtown Port
St. Joe, featuring the High
School band, floats and home-
coming queen candidates.
Prior to the game, the Quar-
terback Club will be selling
fried chicken suppers at the
During half time ceremonies,
1962 and 1972 classes of Port St.
Joe High School will be honored
with special seating being pro-
vided for the 1972 seniors. Both
classes will be recognized. The
crowning of the homecoming
queen will be the highlight of
Immediately following the
game a student homecoming
dance will be held in the Com-
mons area of the High School.
An admission of $1.50 per per-
son will be charged.
The Sharks take a perfect rec-
ord into Friday night's game
with conference foe Crestview.
possible to comply with the require-
ments for treatment.
The order from the Pollution
Control Board, received Monday,
gives the City 20 days to request a
hearing and makes provisions, for a
decision within 30 days.
Some interpretations over the
state say permits may still be issued
during the period of filing for and
receiving a hearing, but the order
does not spell this out.
Attorney Rish told the Board
Tuesday night he would get the re-
quest prepared and sent to the Pol-
lution Control Board Wednesday to
exempt the City from the order.
The Good News
The good news from the Pollu-
tion Control Board came in the form
of a temporary permit to channel
outfall from the new Wastewater
Treatment plant, now under construc-
tion into the Gulf County Canal un-
. til necessary permits are cleared rp
permitting construction of an out-
fall into St. Joseph's Bay.
;The City is trying to get perman-
ent permission to put their outfall
into the canal, since construction of
necessary facilities to dump into the
Bay-less than a half-mile away-
will cost nearly $800,000 more than
the canal outfall.
The system was originally de-
signed to dump into the Bay and the
plans had been approved by the
state and federal pollution agencies
but their permission has since been
withdrawn when the Corps of En-
gineers disapproved the location of
the outfall line. As. it now stands,
the Corps of Engineers say the State
Internal Improvement Fund is hold-
ing up approval of the Bay route,
and the state contends the Corps of
Engineers is holding up their arpro-
val. The City is not sure who is hold-
ing up the project and since started
pushing for the canal route.
Sportsmen's Club Wants
Closed Road Re-Opened
Recent closing of the end of
Sauls Creek under an agreement
between the County Board of
Commissioners and a firm head-
ed by Hamilton Kenner of We-
wahitchka, drew the attention of
the Gulf County Sportsmen's
Club at the Tuesday meeting of
The Club was represented by
eight members present with
Herman McCalvin, Everett Ow-
ens and J. H. Chason doing the
talking for the Club.
The Sportsmen wanted the
road re-opened, especially to the
Brown's Creek area and its fish-
The Board explained that the
road had been closed according
to legal procedure which re-
quires a public hearing be ad-
vertised and held.
Commissioner Walter Graham
emphasized that the road was
not closed until after the hear-
-ing was held and no objections
were received. "As a matter of
fact", Graham said, "A delega-
tion appeared for the purpose of
opposing the closing' and after
listening to the deal offered by
the land owner, they expressed
their approval of the closing."
"The deal" was that the land
owner had purchased the land
on both sides of the road which
went into the swamp and stop-
ped. He wanted to raise cattle
in the area and naturally didn't
want hunters in the vicinity.
They then offered to construct
a park and boat launching site
on Saul's Creek, north of the
proposed closing and dedicate it
for public use in exchange for
permission to close the road.
Kenner said his firm would
also keep the road in repair and
would return it to the county if
they should ever decide to ex-
tend it across Jackson River,
giving the right-of-way all the
way to the river. The county
does not now own right-of-way
to the River's edge.
As the result of a nearly two
hour discussion on the matter,
the County offered to hold a sec-
ond public hearing at their night
Wee Ones Inspect Fire Truck The kindergarten students had a field day
climbing all over the truck, inspecting it at close
As part of their study on "The Fireman" 'and range. Kindergarten teachers and aides include
fire prevention, the Kindergarten class of Port St. Mrs. Carolyne Davis, Mrs. Lois Adwell, Mrs. Char-
Joe Elementary School enjoyed having one of the lotte Nedley, Mrs. Delores Davis and Mrs. Helen
local fire trucks pay a visit to the school last Thurs- Kilbourne.
day in observance of Fire Prevention Week. -Star photo
meeting on October 24 and ei-
ther leave the road closed or re-
open it, based on the feelings
expressed at the hearing.
It was brought out that Kenner
hadn't kept his part of the bar-
gain completely, since the park
on Sauls' Creek has' not been
completed to the satisfaction of
the Board. Kenner says he went
as far as he could until the Pol-
lution Control people stopped
his dredging work at the site.
City. Hospital Commissioner
Tom S. Coldewey and assistant
administrator Rune Lilquist put
a request before the Board to
provide some financial help to
Coldewey said the Hospital
was going in the red due largely
to an insufficient patient load.
He pointed out that patients
from outside the City of Port St.
Joe use the institution on a ra-
tio of three to one, and feels the
City tax payers shouldn't be
called on to take up all the fi-
nancial slack in a service used
by the entire county.
Coldewey said the Hospital
has cut expenses at every avail-
able point, but the institution
must maintain certain areas and
personnel to be an accredited
The County Board acknowledg-
ed the need for help and agreed
to study their financial condi-
tion before making a decision.
FIRE TRUCK BID
The Board tentatively accepted
the low bid of Maxim Motors of
Middleboro, Mass., for $22,975
to furnish a new fire truck for
Highland View. The final bid
award was held in abeyance un-
til Maxim's specifications could
be checked out.
The Board plans to pay for the
machine over a period of three
years, with Highland View's'.
share of the St. Joseph Fire Con-
trol District funds to be used for
Junior Teams Play
In Games Tonight
The Junior Varsity football
team will play Blountstown here
tonight in a game beginning at
7:00 p.m. at Shark Stadium.
The Junior High team is on the
road tonight, traveling to Apa-
lachicola for a 7:00 P.M. game.
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
We couldn't rightly say just what the voters were
telling us during their rooting out of the incumbents in
last Tuesday's election, because we didn't talk with each
one individually. But, if we had to make a guess at it,
we'd assume the voters were saying they were tired of
rising taxes without increased services; of the government
doing for some what they should do for themselves; of
the breakdown in control over school students; of the
snowballing budgets being built each year.
It's true that the only under $1 million budget by a
government body in our county belongs to the City of
Wewahitchka. It's true our property valuations have
risen by nearly 100 percent during the past four or five
years. It's true our various governmental agencies are
extracting taxes out of people who have never paid them
before. It's true those who have been bearing the tax
burden all along, are paying even more now.
In all fairness, though, we must point out that Gulf
County enjoys one of the lowest tax rates of any county
in the State of Florida. It's also true that much of our
tax increase and valuation increase has been ordered by
the State of Florida. It's true that Gulf County must
get along on its own more than other counties because
of its fortunate position of having huge tax producing
industries within its borders to yield the necessary tax
dollar to do what we need done.
It's also true that to some extent our tax dollars have
been spent on the order of 20 years ago, when the tax
dollar was spent in view of the votes to be realized from
their expenditure. This condition existed because the
ones receiving the services produced by those taxes were
not paying taxes and there were more of those people
than there were tax payers. But virtually everybody is
a tax payer now and tax payers can now elect or vote out
of office something that could not happen in Gulf Coun-
ty as recently as 10 years ago.
It's hard on those who were voted out to learn this
fact in such a manner, but we believe the interest and
the power of the tax payer in electing public servants will
produce us a better breed of public servant in the future.
We believe it will make better public servants out of those
left in office. We also believe it will make one-termers
out of some of those elected if they rely on the belief
it was their "popularity" which got them elected.
Is "Life" magazine waxing a shade conservative or
are they finally facing reality?
In the last issue of the last of the pictorial news maga-
zines, "Life's" writers admitted three things and proved
them with their photo-journalism. They admitted that
President Nixon was virtually unbeatable in the upcom-
ing election and confessed to the fact that he had been a
fair president. They also admitted that even though a
few American bombs had hit the dikes of North Vietnam
the damage was so small that in most cases it was re-
paired as a matter of routine maintenance. In the past
they had been one of those periodicals pointing an accusing
finger at the United States for committing the unpardon-
able sin of bombing the enemy where it hurt. Thirdly,
"Life" admitted to and provided proof to the fact that
George McGovern vaccillates and is not very dependable.
"Life" even went so far as to wonder what the differ-
ence was between McGovern's "Dakota Lady" dumping
by DR. BOB M. THORNTON
Professor of Education
University of West Florida
What does a guidance coun-
selor do? It was the hope of Sen-
ator John Broxson (D-Dist. 1)
that his bill providing an ele-
mentary school guidance coun-
seling program would employ
counselors with whom the stu-
dents could discover their aca-
demic shortcomings and assume
a personal responsibility for
their own performance. To
learn to recognize one's problems
and to assume personal respon-
sibility for their solutions has
been the traditional ultimate
goal of American education.
So it is disheartening to learn
that some school principals have
assigned more importance to of-
fice girl duties than to the needs
of guidance counseling of the
students. The guidance counselor
is a specially-trained profession-
al with expertise in the prepara-
tion and use of student records.
These records include the re-
sults of intelligence, achieve-
ment, aptitude and interests
tests that are periodically ad-
ministered by the guidance
counselor. By the use of these
records the counselor assists the
student in planning special em-
phasis in his study course. The
counselor is a resource for the
student that acquaints him with
real life problems often omitted
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
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IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., $2.25 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommislions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
her bombs on a Czech farmhouse and, as the magazine
said, "vaporizing" the house and its inhabitants, and the
bombing of North Vietnam today. The magazine went on
to admit the difference was the fact that this is the first
war in which we have people in the enemies' nation taking
pictures of the destruction. In World War II we didn't.
The people of the U. S. merely read of the accounts of this
city or the other getting bombed.
What the magazine left unsaid about the subject was
that in this war we also have an element very active in
our nation which wants it to lose its power status and
will do anything to see this end accomplished. Part of
their activities is trying to make our leaders appear to be
heartless barbarians bent on killing women and children
as an enjoyable passtime.
Congratulations, "Life", on finally achieving a modi-
cum of truth in your reporting.
in the theoretical aspects of the
classroom. He refers the stu-
dent to various staff services,
such as health and placement
There is inestimable value in
a student being able to see him-
self today as compared to years
past, and in each instance to
compare his situation with fel-
low classmates 'locally, regional-
ly, state and nationally. The
counselor meets the student in
private conference, in group in-
struction and even in the home.
He is also the information liai-
son between parent, teacher and
child. He is not the sole answer
to "problem cases" but the in-
valuable assistant in every stu-
dent's public school experience.
Hopefully, if the guidance coun-
selor legislation is knowledge-
ably implemented, we will never
have to ask, "Well, why didn't
the school let us know?"
, Unfortunately, the expansion
of long awaited specialization of-
ten result in ignorant misplace-
ment of personnel. The guidance
counselor is a specialist and his
expertise flows from the kind of
college courses rather than the
number of college courses he has
The Chairman of the Senate
Committee on Public Education
(Sen. John Broxson) is consider-
ing the pre-filing of bills which
would on the one hand provide
for the creation of college cur-
ricula containing guidance arts
and on the other hand require
the division of certification of
the State Department of Educa-
tion to look more closely at col-
lege credentials that bear the
words "guidance counselor" but
are in reality a degree in office
boy "Yessa' boss" indifference.
The guidance counselor's suc-
cess is proportional to his Christ-
like willingness to serve, rather
than the number of years of
teaching experience he has at-
tained. In reality, there is little
logical relationship between
classroom presentation exper-
ience for guidance counselors
underlines a basic ignorance on
the part of the administrator as
to the purpose and the legisla-
tive mandate of the elementary
school guidance counselor legis-
Parents, teachers and students
in Gulf County can realize a new
awareness and control of the ed-
ucation experience by the em-
ployment of well-motivated and
competently trained guidance
counselor personnel, but such
expectations are dependent upon
the public school administra-
tor's commitment to compre-
hend the function and potential-
ity of such a person to his spe-
cial services staff.
The Bay County Public Library
has something special October 9-
15 for all librarians, teachers and
adults interested in selecting books
for young people.
The Accent on Youth Traveling
Book Exhibit includes 300 newly
published books for the pre-school
through young adult age group.
All adults interested in purchas-
ing books for young people for use
in libraries, schools, or in the home
are invited to come and examine
the books. The exhibit 'is sponsor-
ed by the Florida State Library
and funded through a grant from
the Library Services and Construc-
tion Act as amended by PL 91-600.
John S. Crosby
In Navy Exercise-
USS JOHN F. KENNEDY-Navy
Seaman John S. Crosby, nephew of
Mrs. Martha Locke of 169 Rob-
bins Ave., Port St. Joe, participat-
ed in Exercise "Strong Express",
off the coast of Norway aboard the
aircraft carrier USS John F. Ken-
"Strong Express" is the largest
combined land, sea and air exer-
cise ever held by the allied coun-
tries of the North Atlantic Treaty
S-A Don Sheffield
USS JOHN F. KENNEDY-Navy
Seaman Apprentice Donnie R.
Sheffield, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Sheffield of 201 Woodward
Ave., Port St. Joe, participated in
Exercise "Strong Express" off the
coast of Norway aboard the air-
craft carrier USS John F. Kennedy.
"Strong Express" is the largest
combined land, sea and air exer-
cise ever held by the allied coun-
tries of the North Atlantic Treaty
John D. Lee, Jr.
FT. KNOX, KY.-Army Private
John D. Lee, Jr., 17, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John D. Lee, Sr., 120
Hunter Circle, Port St. Joe, recent-
ly completed eight weeks of basic
training at the U. S. Army Train-
ing Center, Armor, Ft. Knox, Ky.
He received instruction in drill
and ceremonies, weapons, map
reading, combat tactics, military
courtesy, military justice, first aid,
and army history and traditions.
Pvt. Lee received training with
Company A, 11th Battalion of the
He is a 1971 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School.
The Citizens of Gulf County Who
Voted and Worked for Him
NOW LET US COMBINE OUR EFFORTS
IN SUPPORT OF MR. BIDWELL FOR A
BETTER EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY
FOR GULF COUNTY CHILDREN.
THAN K Y 0 U
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
These scientists are going full steam ahead to bring
us new, useful and interesting products every day.
For years, photographers have had to stand over a
line of trays containing chemicals and patiently agitate
their exposed paper in the solution while the picture made
its way to the surface. Another problem has been to
see good enough in the necessarily dim dark room to see
when the print is properly developed before placing it in
the chemicals which will stop the developing process. Once
this is done, you have to start all over if the developing pro-
cess was not allowed to work long enough.
With our hit and miss method of developing pictures
it usually takes us at least five minutes per print to get
the picture we desire. When you consider that we usually'
develop and print from two to six 12-exposure rolls of
film a week, you can see the time involved and we
haven't even taken into consideration the washing and
A couple of weeks ago we got hold of a gadget that
elimintes most of that tedious tray developing. We now
have a dingus that will develop an exposed piece of photo-
graphic paper and produce a print, ready to use, in just
three seconds! No mixing chemicals. No patiently agi-
tating a tray full of chemical. No washing chemical off
the hands between each and every print made. No wait-
ing for prints to wash and dry. And the quality is better
than we ever were able to get in a tray.
When we learn to use the gadget properly, our pic-
tures should be much better and our time in the dark
doom cut in half.
Yes sir, these scientists are real cool cats!
Coming to work the other morning, we saw a squirrel
trying to get from one side of Monument Avenue to the
other. This isn't so unusual except the squirrel was get-
ting across the street the hard way. He was racing along
that little pencil-thin piece of cable the telephone company
uses across the street as a guy cable.
The little fellow was a regular Karl Wallenda. He'd
run eight or ten steps, lose his balance and grab hold for.
dear life. Then he'd run eight or ten steps more and grab
hold again. I had to stop the car and watch him to see
if he'd make all the way across. He did.
Which all goes to show that even squirrels think the
drivers of automobiles are getting too numerous and too
crazy. He'd rather take a chance crossing the road on
that little thin cable than running across on the ground
where some crazy driver may end his running days for-
We read where Elbert Hubbard (whoever he is) ob-
served, "Football is a sport that bears the same relation
to education that bullfighting does to agriculture." Here
at the end of the vacation season and listening to those
who have recently returned from vacation, we must ob-
serve that a vacation bears the same relation to rest as
work does to play.
Let's see now When we look at this thing from
the hidden meaning viewpoint, we must draw the con-
clusion from Florida's 42-13 win over Florida State Sat-
urday as meaning Doug Dickey may stay at Florida for
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I want to thank all of you who worked so hard
for me during my campaign. We lost the election
but there will always be a warm place in my heart
for you. And to the ones who saw fit not to support
me, I hold no ill will. I will be here until January
and if I can be of service to you, I will, as always,
be glad to help.
And to Mr.Lawrence Congratulations .
and I hope you have a successful administration.
BYRD E. PARKER
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 rAGE THRE
sive insurance package covering
Minutes of The the insurance needs for the entire
Minutes of Thfe Gulf County School System. Mr.
Graddy submitted the only bid on
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION a comprehensive plan in the
BOARD of PUBLI INSTRUCTION amount of $19,755.00. Mr. Tomlin-
son wanted to bid on the Work-
man's Compensation police. but
was not in the position to bid on
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA fishing milk to all schools within the comprehensive ck-.. Mr.
AUGUST 8, 1972 the county as follows: Velda Farms Tomlinson objected to th J br spar-
The Gulf County School Board Tallahassee, /2 pint whole white 'ifications as he clamed that allns
met in regular session on the above milk 0725c and Y pint whole choc- agent by s ttin.
date. The following members I late milk .0735c. McLemore Milk that prevented them from getting
were present: William Roemer, Sr., Company, Wewahitchka, '% pint the lowest possible bid on r
Chairman; Gene Raffield, Waylon whole white milk .07147c and man's Compenation insurance. A
Graham, J. K. Whitfield and B. J. pint whole chocolate milk .07147c. lengthy sc sion of the mnypre
Rich, Sr. The Board accepted the low bid of pects and details of thecomre
The Superintendent was present. the McLemore Milk Company. The hensive package ensued. Mr. n-rd
The meeting was opened with a Borden 'irv -f Panama City, Flor-. non stated that the bid the Board
prayer by Board Member Rich. ida did not choose to submit a bid. accepted was a good one, and that
The minutes of the regular meet- oepw- of all bids are on file in the his company could not meet it.
ing of July 11, 1972 and special Superintendent's office.
meetings of July 17, 1972 and July Mr. Frnk Hannon, Mr. Marl
27, 1972 were read and approved 1- l-con and Mr. Frank Gradd:
as read. met with the Board in response tc
The Board received bids for fur- requests for bids on a comprehend
I would like at this time to thank the many
supporters who worked hard in my campaign for
I do rot have a defeated attituido. because when
it only takes a few mrore votes than half the votes
counted to remove one from office it still shows
that the citizens of Gulf County have a tremen-
dous amount of confidence and loyalty toward me.
I will al"'--"-, h" '-'rfiul for the or-ortunity
to. have served the rro-le for the past three years
and 10 months. I feel I have served each fair and
impartial and every decision I made was my own.
I was elected four years a-o to do this job and
until my commission expires No'-mber 20, 1972,
I will continue to be at your service.
Again, I am forever grateful.
F. R. (Rudy) PIPPIN, Jr.
Port St, Joe Righ School-ap-
pointed to the teaching staff for
the 1972-73 school year: James
Brantley, Arthur King, Karen
Price, Larry Randall, William Be-
wick, Shirley Bewick, Claudia Pen-
nington; appointed Mrs. J. E. Mc-
Leod as secretary effective July
17, 1972. Accepted Mrs. McLeod's
resignation effective July 19, 1972.
Appointed Mrs. Connie Kirkland
secretary effective August 4, 1972.
Appointed Mr. Zack Wuthrich Ad-
ministrative Assistant to the prin-
cipal effective July 1, 1972. Ap-
proved the assignment of the fol-
lowing Athletic Coaches at St. Joe
High for the 1972-73 school year,
and they will receive salary sup-
plements as determined by the sup-
plementary salary schedule: Wayne
Tarlnr Atlotipl Director and
I Board Member Whitfield made Head Football Coach; Bill Dickson,
k a motion that the bid of $19,755. Head Basketball Coach; Jerry Lew-
y presented by Mr. Graddy be ac- ter, Head Baseball Coach and As-
0 cepted with a stipulation that al- sistant Football Coach; Bill Wood,
- tern'ative Workman's Compensa- Assistant Football Coach and Jr.
tion Plans including dividend plans Varsity Basketball 'Coach; Kesley
be included in the package with Colbert, Assistant Football Coact
the Board having the ri '+ to and Assistant Baseball Coach; Bud-
choose the one most advantageous dy Floore, Head Jr. High Football
to the Board. Board Member whWf- Coach: Wayne Stevens, Assistant
field also moved that the policies Jr. High Football Coach and Assist-
in 'effect be cancelled on August pnt Jr High Basketball Coach;
15, 1972 and the new policies be- Carl White. Assistant Jr. High
come effective Aueust 15. 1972. Football Coach; William Bewick,
Board Member BRffrd ao- (don- HHead Track Coach and Head Jr.
the motion. Ths irot;on wa "-'q- H;.h Basketball Coach.
nimously carried. A copy of this
bid is on file in the Superinten-, Wewahitchka High School-ap-
dent's office. pointed Brenda Crutchfield as Tea-
The Board accepted Bid No. 72-1 cher Aide effective August 21,
dated July 12, 1972 requested by 1972.
the Panhandle Area Education Co- F;ihl-nd v;iw Flementary--ac-
oDerative on paper supplies for the co'nted Donald Windham's resigna-
Gulf County Schools. This bid is tion as a te cher effective at the
firm until December 31, 1972 in- end of the 1971-72 school year; ap-
clusive, and can be extended until pointed Herman Jones to the teach-
June 30, 1973 at the will of the ing staff effective for the 1972-73
Boqrd. The Knirht Paper Comnanv school year: accepted Dorothy
of Tallahassee, Florida was the low Sutton's resignation as a teacher
bidder. A cony -f this bid i- on at the end of the 1971-72 school
file in the Superintendent's office. year.
The Boa-d -dvertised for bids The Board authorized the issu-
on a used 1953 pick-up truck to be ance of bus drivers' licenses to the
seen at the Highland View Ele- following drivers for the school
mentary School. Bids were request- year 1972-73: Jeanette Antley,
ed by July 11, 1972. No bids were 'James McGee, Daisy Lee Pittman,
received. The Board declared this Bernice Fortner, Elder Fleming,
truck junk. The Superintend nt Eva Weston, Travis Peters, Pren-
was authorized to rdi;r,nos of +lis twice Forrester, Betty Curlee, Marie
vehicle. A copy of this, advertise- Ceamer, Maion Mims, George Coo-
r-- "O i f;le in the Snerinten' per, John McArdle, Mae Ella Gant
d"-"', fFce. and Elmer Todd Hall.
The fIlonwing personnel changes The Superintendent read letters
were authorized by the Board upon requesting that Rose Layfield and
the recommendation of the Super. Wanda Kelley, students at St. Joe
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High School, be allowed to attend ner. Other aspects of the school and authorized the Superintendent
the Adult School instead of high program were discussed. to give it to someone for remov-
school. After a discussion, the The Chief Deputy of the County ing it from the site.
Board decided that no students Sheriff's Department, Mr. Sonny The Superintendent read a let-
currently enrolled in the high Dean, met with the Board to dis- ter from Mr. Edwin Williams, As-
school program could attend the cuss possible police measures at sistant Principal at St. Joe High
Adult School during the high St. Joe High School for the ap- School, concerning changes that be
school hours. preaching school year. Mr. Ken- recommended for improved lunch-
The Board adopted a supplemen- neth Herring, Principal of St. Joe room services at the school. The
tary salary schedule for athletic High School, was directed to co- Superintendent was directed to
coaches, cheerleaders' sponsors, ordinate notifying procedures with confer with the County Lunchroom
Junior Class and Senior Class the county and city police. It was Supervisor on the recommenda-
sponsors for the 1972-73 school acknowledged by all present that tions and make an estimate on
year. A copy of this schedule is if .the police are called, they are what the changes would cost and
on file in the Superintendent's, then in command concerning ac- report to the Board.
office. tions to be taken. Everyone pres- The Board authorized the air
The Board did not receive any ent also expressed their hopes that conditioning of the kitchen at St.
bids on rodent, pest and termite the violence is over and that we Joe High School. Ducts will be run
control in the buildings of the sys- will have a good year. from existing air handling spaces.
tem for the 1972-73 school year. The Board authorized the coun- Q. P. Wise, Maintenance Coordina-
The Superintendent was authorized ty's participation in a cooperative tor will do th work at an estimat-
to re-bid for the services. | film library with Calhoun, Frank- ed cost of $180.00.
The Board authorized Mr. W. C. lin, Liberty Counties. The library The Board examined and order-
Batson to pick up the swill from is located in Blountstown and sup- ed paid bills in the amount of $43,-
the lunchrooms at Port St. Joe plies films and other library ma- 934.70.
High School and St. Joe Elemen- terials to the four counties as re- There being no further business,
tary School for the 1972-73 school quested. A copy of this agreement the Board adjourned to meet again
year School for the 1972-73 scho is on file in the Superintendent's in regular session on September 5,
year. office. 1972 at 9:00 a.m., EDT.
In accordance with amended The Board declared an antiquat- ATTEST:
State Board of Education Regula- ed storage building behind the St. R. Marion Craig William Roemer
tion 6A-1.07 (5), the Superintendent Joe Elementary School unusable Supt.Marion Craig William Roemer
recommended that $17,000.00, con-1 unusable Supt. Chmn.
stituting an insurance judgement
for damages to the Washington
High School building. He further UNTED METHODIST CHURCH
recommended that $13,000.00 of
this amount be designated to be
used in site development county Intersection monument and Constitution
wide, and $4,000.00 be utilized for REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
county wide maintenance of build-
ings. Board Member Raffield made Church School --.....---- 9:45 A.M.
a motion to accept the recommen- Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A.M.
dation. Board Member Graham M ..
seconded the motion. The motion Methodist Youth Fellowship ...............---------. 5:45 P.M.
was unanimously carried. Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
The Board adopted a policy re-
garding the determination of eli- "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Stil' Surnives"
gibility for free and reduced price
lunches, and safeguards to avoid _________________
discrimination between the paying
and non-paying children for the
school year 1972-73. A copy of this
policy is on file in the Superinten- Say You Saw It In The Star
dent's office. S"e
The Superintendent read a let-
ter from Gilbert L. Gentry of the
State Department of Education no-
tifying the Board that the State
Board of Education approved a
179 day school term for the Port You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
St. Joe High School. The Board had
previously requested this due to LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
the school being closed on May LONG VE UEBAPTIST CHURCH
17, 1972 due to racial altercation.
The state law requires that stu-
dents attend school 180 days per Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
year. A copy of this letter is on
file in the Superintendent's office. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
The Principal of St. Joe High MORNING WORSHIP -- ----------11:00 A.M.
School, M r. K enneth H erring, and BA ----- -*---- : P. M.
Mr. Zack Wuthrich, Administrative BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ........ 6:15 P.M.
Assistant, met with the Board to EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
discuss the operation of St. Joe
IHigh School for the 1972-73 school PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..-- 7:30 P.M.
year. The Board notified Mr. Her-
ri 'ing that they expected stricted -
discipline at tile school and any VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
students who disrupted the school t
!should be sent home. Mr. Herring, E
concurred with this and assured REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
'the Board 'that he intended to op-
eli( c pl i n owrl-,,. I n
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
Specials for Oct. RICH and SONS' IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
9 th ro u g h 1 4 . .
DETIERtEiNT -h I- iini
TABLETS (Reg. 88c Value)
BUFFERIN --- _
- AKR US
SUNNYLAND SHANK PORTION SUNNYLAND ECONOMY MIXED
SMOKED HAMS --- --lb. 49c SAUSAGE-..2 b. pkg. $1.38
CENTER HAM SLICES Ib.
SLICED BACON -- 12 oz.
SUNNYLAND PURE PORK (Hot or Mild)
S AU SAGE----- lb. roll
SUNNYLAND ALL MEAT
WIENERS _- 12 oz.
Sunnyland Mix or Match (Bologna, Pickle Loaf, Olive
Loaf, Cheese Loaf, Souse) 6 Ounce Packages,
LUNCHEON LOAF 2 pkgs. 88c
69' SUNNYLAND ALL BEEF
69c SLICED 14
PORK LOIN -------lb. 78c
SUNNYLAND S. C. LINKS PURE PORK
SMOKED SAUSAGE _-_ lb. $1.19
SUNNYLAND ALL MEAT 16 Oz. Pkg.
TABLERITE REG. CANS
KA CANS 53c
KRAFT SOFT PARKAY 1 LB. PKGS.
MARGARINE---------2 pkgs. 89c
Georgia Grade 'A' MEDIUM
Georgia Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order
1 doz. EGGS.. FREE
GROUND BEEF-----lb. 69c
SUNNYLAND SAUSAGE 28 Oz.
FAMILY PAK $1 88
BAMA APPLE and APPLE BASE -18 Oz. Jars
pkg. of 36 69c
Regular $1.19 Value
JERGEN'S LOTION -----13.3 oz. 97c
GILLETTE (Reg. $1.09 Value)
RIGHT GUARD--- 4 oz. can 88c
HAIR TONIC (Regular 93c)
VITAL IS--------med. btl. 79c
GALA, SCOTT or BOUNTY
BIG ROLLS 89
BLACKEYE PEAS----_ 24 oz. 49c
PEANUT OIL --------88 oz. $2.25
BLACK PEPPER -------- 4 oz. 53c
BEEF CHUNKS i
ALPO DOG FOOD can 33c
Corn and Cane SYRUP no. 5 jar 69c
COFFEE DISINFECTANT 14 Ounce
3 12Oz. Cans 9 9 c
Morton Apple, Cherry, Peach or Coconut 20 Oz.
PIE 89c Y New Crop -N 3 Lb. Bag
IE 3 For 89C Yellow ONIONS bag 49c
STEW VEGETABLES 24 oz. 49c
SEA PAK FILLETS
OCEAN PERCH ------ 1 lb. pkg.
CAMPBELL Chicken with Rice No. 1 Cans
SO UP ---------3 cans
IGA No. 303 Cans
FRUIT COCKTAIL --- 3 cans
IGA Medium Small No. 303 Can
Early June PEAS --------can
IGA Fancy Solid Pack No. 303 Can
LYSOL LIQUID -----28 oz.
CAIRO BEAUTY Sweet Mixed
P I C K LES--------- 16 oz.
TOMATOES ------- Ib. 29c
LARGE BAGS FRESH
OKRA or SQUASH
NEW FALL CROP
PEAS with Snaps
BANANAS lb. 12c
FRESH SHELLED EVERY DAY
PEAS and BEANS
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TWE STAR, Port St. Jo., Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 PAGE nIV
NMSQT to be considered eligible
Scholarship Tests Being Offered At PSJ High School for scholarships tobe awarded inoutstanding Negro
1974 through the National Merit students. Students who expect to
The PSAT/NMSQT tests will be' should be taken by those juniors | ship programs administered by Na- Scholarship Program, which is complete high school and enter
offered at Port St. Joe High School who wish to seek recognition and' tional Merit Scholarship Program. open to all students, and the Na- college in 1974 will be considered
Tuesday, October 24. The test financial awards through scholar- Students must take the 1972 PSAT/ tional Achievement Scholarshipin the1974 Scholarshir 1972 programT/
.. -... The PSAT/NMSQT scores can
S4"R' .indicate your probable perform
ance on the College Entrance Ex-
... .amination Board SAT.
Test date is October 24. Test
.m .il..i M i .r :!1 ifees are $2.50.
The manager pictured above, is Mr. Roscoe Crane, of Jim Walter Homes nece,
in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Unless you live in this immediate area, outsii
chances are you'll never meet Roscoe. But, if you own property and how
would like to build on it, there is a man just like him that you should all oa
meet...a man that can explain to you why you can build now, despite as m
rising costs, for less money and still have all the home you've always stop
wanted. This man, the man we want you to meet, is your local Jim point
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out how easily you can save hundreds, even thousands of dollars on But
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Did you know that a good portion of the inside of any home can be
finished by amateurs...people who are not experts but are just handy
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The vast majority of forest land
In the South. 72%* belong tonon-
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98 CITY STATE -
STelephone or neighbors) t
If rural route please give directions
most of this land is not growing as
much timber as it could, it must be
planted and properly managed to
achieve maximum productivity.
To emphasize this far-reaching
goal, the American Forestry Asso.
elation with the assistance of the
Southern Forest Resource Council
Is sponsoring a National Tree
Planting Conference in New Or-
loans, October 22-268.
We think the purpose of the
conference has been amply express-
ed by P.C. Gregg, vice president of
International Paper Company and
an American Forestry Association
Director, who recently said, "Our
aim is simple. We want to plant
You are invited to attend. If you
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FT. KNOX, KY.-Army Private
Harry Young, 21, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edmond B. Young, 209 Duval
St., Port St. Joe, recently com-
pleted eight weeks of basic train-
ing at the U. S. Army Training
Center, Armor, Ft. Knox, Ky.
He received instruction in drill
and ceremonies, weapons, map
reading, combat tactics, military
courtesy, military justice, first aid
i and Army history and traditions.
Pvt. Young'received his training
with Company A of the 4th Bri-
gade's 11th Battalion.
The private is a 1970 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School.
Lumic Room Menus
Monday, October 16
Sloppy Joe on a bun, buttered
corn, green salad with pepper
rings, peanut butter chews and
Tuesday, October 17
Baked Cape African whiting, po-
tato salad, cabbage slaw with sweet
French dressing, French lemon
with vanilla wafer crust, corn-
bread and milk.
Wednesday, October 18
Creamed chicken on rice, tossed
green salad, English peas and car-
rots, apple pie tarts with whipped
topping, rolls and milk.
Thursday, October 19
Cheeseburger with buns, French
fries, lettuce and tomato salad,
fruit cup, cookies and milk.
Friday, October 20
Chili con came, cheese toast,
cabbage, carrot and apple slaw,
devil's food cake with white icing,
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE game and 452 series. Lottie Cal-
Comforter's took three of four houn was high bowler for the Cow-
games from St. Joe Stevedores in girls with a 162 game and 346
league play this week. Bertha Clay- series.
ton had high series of 473 and
Mary Brown had high game of 169 St. Joe Furniture and Williams
for Comforter's. Donna Hood had Alley Kats broke the pattern of
high game of 183 and Loyce Bea- scoring for the night by splitting
man had high series of 475 for the two games each. Dot Hamm led
Stevedores. St. Joe Furniture with a 192 game
and 446 series. Eleanor Williams
Shirt and Trophy took three of was her old self again by bowling
four games from Florida First games of 174, 159 and 189 for a
National Bank. Patsy Cooley rolled 522 series for Williams Alley Kats.
a 190 game and Mary Whitfield Standings W L
rolled a high series of 474 for Comforter's 15 5
Shirt and Trophy. Lois Smith led St. Joe Kraft 13 7
the Bank with games of 206, 193, Shirt and Trophy ....--- 13 7
165 for a 564 series. Great bowl- Florida 1st National .--- 12 8
ing Lois! ,I St. Joe Stevedores ______ 10 10
St. Joe Kraft took three of four St. Joe Furniture -_____ 10 10
games from Bowen's Cowgirls. Williams Alley Kats ___- 6 14
Ruby Lucas led Kraft with a 177 Bowen's Cowgirls _______ 1 19
- NOTICE -
CHANGE IN BANKING HOURS
Beginning October 21, 1972
This Bank will be Closed on Saturdays
For your convenience, we will remain open
from 9:00 until 5:30 p.m. on Fridays.
SCHEDULE; OF BANKING HOURS BEGINNING
THE WEEK of OCTOBER 16, 1972
Monday and Tuesday ....----...-----...... 9:00 til 2:00
Wednesday 9:00 til 12:00
Thursday 9:00 til 2:00
Friday 9:00 til 5:30
Saturday Closed all day
"PORE BOY'S CORNER"
S' IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Thurs., Fri., Sat., October 12, 13, 14
With $10.00 Order
SUGAR----5 1b. bag 49c
Georgia Grade "A"
LSmall EGGS -----3 doz.
POTATOES ----- 10 Ibs. 59c 0 NIONS-- 2 b. bag 29c
With $10.00 Order or More
Snowdrift SHORTENING ----- 42 oz. can 69c
No. 2 Can
Sliced PINEAPPLE 4 cans
Sunshine No. 2V/ Can $ 1
TURNIPS & ROOTS
MAYONNAISE quart 49c
Double Luck Cut No. 303 Cans
GREEN BEANS --- -----4 cans 59c
RIB STEAK or
STANDING RIB ROAST---------b. $1.19
Blade Cut Tender, Delicious
CHUCK ROAST --- lb. 59c 7-Bone STEAK --- b. 79c
Sliced V4 2V2 to 3 Lb. Avg. Fresh
PORK LOIN -------lb. 69c Rump Roast
PIG EARS -------b. 49c
PICNICS ------ lb. 49c
NECK BONES or
PIG FEET 3 Ibs. 99c
Cudahy Pure Pork
PAN SAUSAGE lb. 69c
GEORGIA GRADE 'A'
BEEF Ib. I
3 lbs. $1.59
P. O. Box 246
3303 West Highway
wn property in county.
Now is the Time for All Good Landowners
To Come to the Aid of Their Country
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Flowers-Haddock Vows Told
Claudia June Flowers became
the bride of Thomas Edward Had-
dock in a candlelight ceremony at
8:30 p.m. October 6 in the High-
land View Church of God, with
the Rev. L. S. Roberson officiat-
ing. Mrs. Roberson provided the
music for the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Irene Letner of Highland
View. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Haddock
also of Highland View.
Given in marriage by her bro-
ther, PFC Rowland Foxworth, the
bride chose as her matron of hon-
or her, sister, Mrs. Linda Benton.
The bridesmaids were Carol Ful-
ton and Joy Miles. Attendants
The Teacher's Lounge at Port
St. Joe High School was the set-
ting for the annual Coke party
for the Junior Miss contestants.
The girls and their mothers en-
Joyed an evening of socializing
;and learning more about the
,qualifications for the contest
from Jayceettes president, Mrs.
Patsy Cooley and secretary, Mrs.
Mrs. Ray concluded the meet-
ing by telling the girls just what
a Junior Miss is: A Junior Miss
is unsophisticated: Immaculate
all the way through, mentally
and morally: Delic ate, but
strong, like a nylon string: Sin-
cere in her relationship with oth-
ers, honest with herself; One
who is instantly recognized as
superior in her wholesomeness,
thoughtfulness and her ability
and willingness to accept respon-
sibility: Genuinely interested in
continuing her education for the
sake of her future family, her
chosen community and herself:
Graceful in keeping with her
years: Active in her church.
In short, a Junior Miss is an
ideal high school senior girl.
Attending the affair were
Linda Kirkland, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. T. Kirkland; Jo
Hobbs, daughter of Mrs. Shirley
Hobbs; Benna Butts, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Butts; Mitzi
Hendrix, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph P. Hendrix; Clotel
Williams, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Williams; Shaun
Wuthrich, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Zack Wuthrich; Patti Par-
ker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Parker; Janet Antley, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Antley;
Catherine Lyons, daughter of Mr.
Saturday Night 'New Orleans' Style
Saturday, October 14 -- 6:00 P.M. 'til
CIOPPINO (Seafood Stew)
Motel St. Joe Restaurant
Corner Highway 98 and 71 Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-9021 for Reservations
Join Us for Sunday Dinner
Baked Ham Baked Chicken Sirloini of Beef
and Mrs. Cecil Lyons, Sr.; Jeri
Rich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Rich; Judy Peterson, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Angus Pet-
erson; Andreameta Baker, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bak-
er; Christy Jamison, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jamison: Vic-
Army Thrift Shop
The Salvation Army Thrift Store
here in Port St. Joe will open to-
day in its new location at 311 Wil-
liams Avenue, near Buzzett's Drug
Store, according to G. Sebring,
The store has been moved from
its previous location at 414 Reid
Witnesses to Convene
In Panama City
ki Thompson, daughter of Mr. Jehovah's Witnesses will con-
and Mrs. Wesley Thompson; Sar- vene in Panama City's Municipal
ah Herring, daughter of Mr. and Auditorium for a Bible education
Mrs. W. J. Herring; Ruth Flem- conference, 'October 14-15.
ing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The conference program will
Bill Fleming. carry the theme, "Let Us Serve
Jehovah Whole souled", which
will be emphasized through a var-
\ JJ* iety of talks and Bible discussions.
Wedding Charles Sinutko, Jr., district ov-
erseer for Jehovah's Witnesses in
Invitation the tri-state area-Florida, Geor-
gia and Alabama-will be the pro-
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie F. Kimble gram's principal speaker, along
Mr. and Mrs. with C. 0. Mossor, who directs
request the honor of your presence with C. 0. Mossor, who directs
request the honomarriage of thyoueir daughtpresencr, the ministerial activities of the
at the marriage of their daughter, Icongregations represented. Several
Marilyn Elaine Kimble to Thomas l es w
Charles Coston, son of Mr. and local Witnesses will be program
Mrs. Solomon Smith of St. Peters- participants.
burg. The ceremony will be heldATTENDS MEETNG
Saturday, October 14 at 12:00 ATTENDS MEETIsnd MrsKen
noon in the Philadelphia Primitive neth Bateman attended the fall
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe. district meeting and luncheon for
A reception will follow in the members of District II of the Flor-
church social hall. Friends and rel-! ida Federation of Garden Clubs
atives are invited. last Thursday in Panama City.
Ralph G. Nixon Retires
Ralph G. Nixon received his first retirement check from Cecil
Curry of St. Joe Paper Company last Thursday, after retiring forn
the local firm the first of this month. Nixon began work at the
local plant 25 years ago and was employed in; the lime recovery
department. -Star photo
My Sincere Thanks
I wish to express my sincere thanks and ap-
preciation to all of those who supported me during
the recent Democratic Primaries. I also wish to
thank.my opponent, Mr. Gibbs, for a clean, well-
fought race on his part.
I am now looking forward to serving all of
the people of Gulf County in an honorable impar-
I now extend a personal invitation to each and
every one that we all join together and work to-
ward the common goal of rmakino our school sys-
tem one that we all can be proud of.
May God bless each of you.
WALLACE "Pee Wee" GUILLOT
were Gail Miles and Annice Lew- A reception followed the cere-
is. Flower girl was Marsha McGill. mony in the church educational
Ushers were Roy Norris and Har- building.
land Haddock. The bridegroom had Mr. and Mrs. Haddock will make
his brother, Kenneth Haddock, as their home in Highland View while
his best man. Mr. Haddock is a student at Gulf
The bride was radiant in a floor Coast Community Coiege.
length gown of baby blue dotted
swiss with empire waistline and
short puffed sleeves. The head-
piece carried a pale blue finger T h i
tip veil accented with blue rib-
bon. She carried a bouquet of fea-
thered yellow mums.
I would like to tha
f" --J_---- _--- 11l 3_- -
Mrs. Smith Hosts
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta"
Sigma Phi held its third meeting
of the year in the home of Mrs.
Lila Smith. After the opening rit-
ual and reading of the minutes,
the ways and means chairman,
Mrs. Dot Williams gave out the
new Beta Sigma Phi cookbooks.
She explained to the sisters that
the books contain over 2,000 re-
cipes from Beta Sigma Phi mem-
hers from all over the United
States. They will be sold for $3.50
and can be purchased from any
Eta Upsilon member.
After the business meeting, Mrs.
Eloise Norris presented the pro-
gram. It was titled "Poise Is Charm-
ing" and after the talk she gave
out test papers to the members to
be filled out to determine each'
one's charm. Everyone had an en-'
joyable time and had to do a lot
of thinking to fill out the ques-
At the close of the program and'
closing ritual refreshments were
served by the hostess, Mrs. Smith.
This Week End Only
CARD OF THANKS
During a time like this we rea-
lize how much our friends really
mean to us. We would like to take
this time' to thank you for your
many acts of kindness and espec-
ially your prayers shown us dur-
ing the recent loss of our mother.
May God bless each of you.
JOHN F. and G.. L. SCOTT
iank all the people of Gulf
~~uU1Ly f~fyU~t i -IpAU ---+ AL UUing R LIm l- 11
County for your iifelp and supportIL uring tLie re-
I want you to know that I will be your FULL
TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONER and ready to
help any one at any time. I am as close as your
nearest telephone. Call me. my number- is: 22EI-
T. D. "Doc" WHITFIELD
I am grateful for and am looking- forward to,
the opportunity of serving you as your next Sup--
erintendent of Schools in Gulf County..
I shall work hard to' merit the confidence you
have placed in me, but I will' need- your 'support-and'
Let'- go' forward with a sounff educational' pro
gram for all our boys and girls. Thank: you.
DAVID B ID WELL
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only
All Boy's and Men's
0 A Discount
"Your Store of
Quality and Fashion"
AGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
1972 JUNIOR MISS CANDIDATES
Junior Miss Hopefuls Feted
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DeWIiT I MA tItWi PMgf
SUNDAY SCHOOL .w
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE .-....... 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:30
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE 7:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:30
"Come and Worship God With I
All New Fall
1 Q Discount
Crinkle Cut Black and White Keds
I want to say a very warm and heartfelt thank
you to my many friends an supporters who
worked so hard for my victory in the Sheriff's
race. Without your support and help, I could not
have been successful. I extend a hand of friend-
ship ot those of you who didn't support me and
ask that we all join in a united effort to make Gulf
County a better place to live.
I also want to thank my opponent for the way
he conducted his campaign and wish him well in
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
Business education provides
training for vocational compe-
tence in the business and office
occupations. It also can build
skills, abilities and attitudes for
business competence in the home
and community. It can help in-
_dividuals to understand and
solve economic problems in ev-
eryday living. It provides back-
ground information for advanced
study for the business profes-
With this in mind, Port St. Joe
High School offers both vocation-
al and non vocational business
courses to its students. The non
vocational courses include: Per-
sonal Typewriting and General
Business. The vocational courses
are Typewriting I and II, Short-
hand I, Bookkeeping and Ac-
count and Vocational Office Edu-
cation. Additional courses will be
added when sufficient interest is
Personal Typewriting is open
to students in grades 9-12. The
student may use the skill learn-
ed in such a course in his voca-
Mrs. Kent, standing right, instructs Deborah Seated left is Miriam Harrison, and behind Miss
Carlsten in typing at Port St. Joe High School. Carlsten is Terry Brown.
tion, but the emphasis is on per-
sonal application. There are 36
students presently enrolled in
General Business is open to
students in grades 9-12. This
course offers a basic business
background of value to every stu-
dent. There are 29 students en-
rolled in General Business.
I Typewriting I is open to stu-
dents in grades 9-12. The general
objective is to develop the abil-
ity to do typewriting for personal
and vocational use. There are
100 students taking this course.
Typewriting II is open to stu-
dents who have successfully
completed first year typewriting.
The main objective is to develop
a high degree of production with
a minimum of direction and sup-
ervision. Fourteen students are
enrolled in Typing II.
Shorthand I is open to stu-
dents in grades 10-12. All basic
shorthand principles are taught
and students take dictation from
60-100 words per minute at the
end of the year. There are 16
students enrolled in Shorthand
Bookkeeping and Accounting
is offered to students in grades
10-12. This course gives the stu-
dent an understanding of the
basic principles of business and
general knowledge of record
keeping for everyday living. It
Business Courses Prepare Students
For Career or Personal Utilization
14th Street in Mexico Beach.
skills and knowledge required
also provides the fundamental
for employment or for studying
advanced accounting. There are
22 students studying Bookkeep-
ing and Accounting.
Vocational Office Education is
open to seniors who have passed
Typing I prior to entering the
program. One unit in bookkeep-
ing or record keeping must have
been taken previously or be tak-
en concurrently. The clerical stu-
dent enrolled in the- two-hour
block will be given credit for
business English and clerical
office practice. Fourteen stu-
dents are presently enrolled in
The business education teach-
ers are Mrs. Sharon Watson and
Mrs. Linda Kent. Mrs. Watson
has taught in Port St. Joe High
School for six years. Mrs. Kent
taught two years in Apalachi-
cola and has taught two years in
Port St. Joe High School.
A Thought to
There are many theories go-
ing around in our yorld today.
Some say the world is getting
better, and others maintain that
every day we are becoming
worse and worse.
Can both be right-or both
be wrong? Whatever shape the
world is in it was put there by
What kind of shape is your
world in? Whether you like it
or not, you are in a world all
your own. And that world of
yours is either beautiful or ugly.
Whichever it is-it was created
Someone has said-"If the
people who analyze the world's
condition look beyond them-
selves-they just might find a
If you find a person with a
bright and happy outlook, what
a wonderful world they must
OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM-
BER: "THE FUTURE IS BE-
HELD THROUGH ONLY YOUR
Port St. Joe, Florida
19 at the Garden Center on Eighth ianna.
Street. A covered dish luncheon Among the survivors are her
will be enjoyed at 11:30 with a sons, Goulden L. Scott and John
business session following. F. Scott, both of Port St. Joe.
ST. JOE BEACH
THE VERSATILE FIVE
Starting at 8:30 P.M.
I wish to express my thanks to the many peo-
ple who supported my candidacy for Judge of the
County Court both with your votes and your ef-
forts through supporting me actively.
Even though we didn't win, it makes me hum-
ble and grateful that so many people would spend
their time and energy in working for my behalf.
I am very grateful for your confidence and
WE ARE NOW OPEN
MONDAY through SATURDAY
9:30 A.M. to 12:00 Midnight
ST. JOE BAR
and PACKAGE STORE
GOLFER'S BUFFET BREAKFAST
Saturday Morning 7:30 A.M.
FAMILY NIGHT BUFFET
TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 17 7 to 9 P.M.
Fresh Fried Mullet with all the Trimmings
$2.00 and $1.25
ST. JOSEPH'S BAY COUNTRY CLUB
Members and Guests
Tommy Thomas Chevrolet
I New and Used Cars and Trucks
Call Panama City 785-5222
Nights, call Port St. Joe 227-347'1
McDonalds Observe Highland View Carnival Planned
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. McDonald, The Highland View PTA is rea- Highland View Baptist Church on
1107 Clark St., Tallahassee for- dy once again to present their an- Hayes Avenue and continue to Sev-
merly of Port St. Joe, celebrated nual Hallowe'en Carnival. enth Street to the Highland View
their 22nd wedding anniversary The parade will begin at 3:30 Elementary School, led by the Port
Saturday afternoon. p.m.,Saturday, October 21 at the St. Joe High School band.
pum., ____orteccsin__Booths will be set up from kin-
Guests for the occasion includ- dergarten through sixth grades
ed Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sykes and Beach Businessmen with many things to be presented
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Brogdon of this Sponsoring Fish Fry from each booth.
city, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Peavy of Te w be many good things
Havana. Festivities of the week Mexico Beach Business Associa. There will be many good things
end included attending the FSU- tion will hold their regular month- ______ ___ .
University of Florida football ly meeting Monday, October 16 at
game. 7:00 P.M., CST, in the Town Hall. Mother of Local Men
All members and interested per- Killed In House ire
sons are urged to attend. Killed in House Fire
Beach Firemen Will The group will sponsor a fish Mrs. Myrtle D. Scott, 66, a resi-
fry Thursday, October 26 at 6:00 dent of Alford, perished in a fire
Sponsor Turkey Shoot P.M., for residents and guests of which gutted her home early Wed-
Mexico Beach at Captain Joe's Ma- nesday of last week.
The Mexico Beach Volunteer rina. Plates will be $1.00 each. The origin of the fire is not
Fire Association will be sponsor- __ known. She lived alone.
ing turkey shoots every Saturday Mrs. Scott was a native and life-
beginning Saturday, October 14. Garden Club Will Meet long resident of Jackson County.
The shoots will be held at the The Port St. Joe Garden Club Methodist Church and Order ol
intersection of Highway 98 and will meet next Thursday, October Eastern Star, Chapter 129, Mar
the people Utr
tire Fed. EX.
tax and tire
off your car. ,
WHITEWALLS ADD W4 PER TIRE 'C.
SIZE BLACKWALL WHITEWALL F.E.T.
6.50-13 FR $54.00 FOR '70.00 *1.75
5.60-15 F)R$71.80 FOR $87.80 01.73
7.35-14 FOR 70.60 FOR $86.60 *2.00
7.75-14 FOR $74.60 FOR $90.60 *2.11
7.75-15 FOR $77.60 FOR '93.60 $2.12
8.25-14 FR8300 4FOR $99.00 *2.29
8.15-1 FOR86.00 Fo*102.00 *2.32
8.55-14 FR'9'1.00 FOR$107.00 *2.41
8A5-15 FOR$94.00 FOR$110.00 *2.51
All prices plus tax and 4 tires off your car.
Similar low prices on singles and pairs.
If we should sell out of this item, a "raincheck" will be
Issued, assuring future delivery at the advertised price.
GUARANTEED FROM COAST TO COAST
Si W rMtow brand passenger tire becomes unserviceable in normal use for reasons other ttan ra
ICEtS zar damage, any Firatone dealer or store in the United States or Canada will replace It NO CHARGI
providing claim iN made byoriginil purchaser before new tire or new treadobecomes more than 20% worn.
In all other cases In accordeno with the terms of our printed guarantee Includng ROAD HAZARD, put-
aer will b required to pay ONLY for the tread design depth worn off, based on exchange price of rapit*.
n ment tire at time of edjustmant.
Priced as shown at Firestone Storse. Competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.
PA 'E'S SRV C. C ITER
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR. "ort St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
--- -. .--BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur House of
San Clemente, California wish to
announce the birth of Vikki Elaine
on September 7. Mrs. House is the
former Ruth Jones of Highland
Courthouse at Port St. Joe, Flor-
_-- ida, within Six (6) calendar months
-" ~ from the date of the first publica-
-- tion of this notice. Each claim or
S demand must be in writing and
must state the place of residence
_and Post Office Address of the
.-claimant and must be sworn to by
the claimant, his agent, or his at-
-- torney, or it will become void ac-
cording to law.
DATED this 25th day of Septem-
-- -- -- ber, A.D., 1972.
DEWANA G. HALL
-. .Administratrix of the Es-
---= tate of Maynard J. Hall,
S_- Deceased. 4t-9-28
_221 Reid Avenue
t Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Attorney for Administratiix
Registration books for the
November election and qualify-
ing of candidates for the posts
open in Groups I, II, III and V,,
in the Town Council, were closed
on Saturday, October 7. Late-
comers to register did so at
We should expect much poli-
ticking during these four weeks
before election day, November 7,
as there are 10 candidates run-
ning t' f li the four slcts. In
Group I, Mayor Councilman,
three have qualified: the incum-
bent Mayor William F. "Bill"
Lyles; Charles E. Guilford, cur-
rently in Group II as a council-
man, filling an unexpired term;
and Cecil E. "Mac" McCall, who
is a long time resident of Mex-
In Group II. three have quali-
fied: a former councilman, Er-
The regular Council meeting
was held on Tuesday, October 10.
Several important items were on
The Town had a large number
of tourists and many boats were
out in the Gulf during this past
-A~~~~~a~isC~u Cc~rm ~gl~~RB4 KI~a~m~
Use A Worm
Move r .* cast netters! You're doing it all wrong! Mrs. Erma
Hensley of Overstreet caught this large five pound mullet last
Thursday in Wetappo Creek on a cane pole using an earthworm
for bait. And here all you cast netters are wasting your time using
a cast net in the Gulf and the Bay. -Star photo
TIMBER TOPPLING TEMPTRESS
The tree isn't falling, but everyone else is ... for Florida's
Sunken Gardens' vivacious model Kim Bicknell. The lovely
lumber- jack is taking chain saw in hand at the base of one
of the St. Pete attraction's stately oak trees to commemor-
ate National Forest Products Week beginning October 15th.
INVITATION TO BID v
BID NO. 131C
The City ofPort St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids at the office of
the City Clerk until Nnon EDT.
Tuesday, October 24, 1972, for the
sale and delivery of one 1973 Mo-
del Three-Wheel "Scooter Type"
Vehicle to be used for reading and
repairing City Water Meters.
Bids will. be based on outright
straight sale, F.O.B., Port St. Joe,
Florida. T)elivp-v date to be includ-
ed with bid. Pds -,"st be totaled.
ids shll I-" -aled in an en-
velope and plainly marked "BID
ON THREE-WHEEL VEHICLE".
The City reserves the right to re-
iect any or all bids. waive any in-
forma1"ti-s and to choose the bid
deemed best t, meet the City's
CTTY of POnT ST. JOE
C. W. BROCK 9-28
City Auditor and Clerk 3t
SPECIFICATIONS: r I FO BIDS
1. Three Wheel "Scooter Type" Mexico Be ich Volunteer Fire As-
Vehicle. sociation, a non-profit Organiza-
2. Enclosed Cab, with curtains, tion. Box 13358, Mexico Beach,
3. 18 H.P. Engine, minimum. Florida 32410 reolnps sealed bids
4. Heavy Duty Torsion Bar. b;ds for footing "-vi slab and or
5. Auto Type Steering. block walls for b, iding 30' by 48'.
6. 42 Amp. Alternator, mini- Write address -bnve or call 648-
mum. 6863 for spec'f'rftions to be mail-
7. 6 Gallon Gas Tank, mini- ed. Bids must be in by October 17,
mum. 1972. 5:00 D.m. No charge for speci-
8. Wide Seat and Back Rest. fications. 1ipht reserved to reject
8. Wide Seat and Back Rest. a or abd
9. Electric Windshield Wipers. Uoard of Directors
10. Speedometer. Mexico Beach Volunteer
11. Turn Signals, Automatic Self Fire Association
Cancelling. i -
12. Emergency Warning Blink- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
ers. COURT IN AND FOR GULF
13. Bumpers Front and Rear, COUNTY, FLORIDA
with' Side Rub Rails. IN PROBATE.
14. White Color. In Re: Estate of,
15. Automotive Ty pe Gear MAYNARD J. HALL,
16. Rear Wheel Differential. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
17. Manifold Heater and Blower. All creditors of the Estate of
18. Seating for Two. Maynard J. Hall, deceased, are
19. Open Deck Pick-up Type hereby notified and required to
Read Bed with Seat. I file any claims or demands which,
20. All Standard Safety Fea- they may have against said estate
tures. in the Office of the County Judge
21. Parts Catalog and Operators, of Gulf County, Florida in the
Comfortable and Durable
If the lovable creatures of the world,
notably children and sometimes pets,
have found a place in your heart, then
you should find a place in your home for
warm, inviting, comfortable Early Amer-
ican furnishings. Bryant knows all about
how you like to have your family enjoy
every minute they can. Without nagging,
2-PC. SOFA and CHAIR
- ~ .-i~ K
X Model No.
0 2 Complete Cycles 3 Water Temp. Settings
WASHER' and $388.00
DRYER $ 1a
SET ----------------..... .. 1
LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS!
with Heat Vibrator Massage
It Rocks! It Reclines!
Just the Thing for TV Viewing!
Mattress Box B prints
Quality Sleep Set Built Special for Dunley by
Royal Products, Incorporated
TWIN or $50
DOUBLE SET7 4 ,
nest Thursbay; Tom Hudson and
Mrs. Eileen Wright. Two quali-
fied in Group III: John Philbin,
owner of the Driftwood Motel
and James T. Long, who resigned
his position as Police Chief to
run in this race. Two other resi-
dents "ii ntl for Group V:
James Middleton and William F.
Svtv, r L-!2s is owner cf the
Rainbow Mtal. HIe and his wife,
Mildred. have two children, Kath-
leen. 9 ,nd Rcbert Michael. 18.
Charles (Chuck) Guilford resides
here with his wife, Dorothy and
their daughter. He is a native of
Overstreet and currently the
owner of the Mexico Beach Ser-
vice Station. He is an incumbent
of Group II, filling the unexpired
term of Edward F. Austin, who
moved to Pensacola a few
months ago. "Mac" McCall has
resided in Mexico Beach for
many years and has many friends
rsL 1 I -r e I -I II s ~ ---~-~R,,,, ~I*lm~I~~U~IY. .~~a--~~III~L~B~WRWI~B~I _~IIY~m--~IWl.y.~..l~l
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
SEPT. 15 Wewahitchika ------- Home
22 ieFuniak Springs
OCT. 6 Open La :e
OCT. 13 Cresiv ew
OCT. 20 Chipley
Port St. Joe
Friday, October 13
Be A Shark Booster .. Attend Every Game of Your
Home Town Team and Help Cheer Them On to Victory!
-- -~= ~-
- if' AM=
_ A -__l-- -
PORT ST. JOE SHARKS-Front row, left to right: David Ambrose, Thadus Russ,
Jr., Russell Chason, Steve Owens, Ken Whittle, Danny Etheridge, Danny Tankersley,
Vic Adkison, Rusty Burch and Rodney Herring, manager. Second row: Jimbo
McInnis, Steve Lawrence, Greg Norris, Greg Wood, Kenny Lemieux, Mike Regis-
ter, Jim Moore, Mike Rich, Steve Parrish, Bruce May, and Craig Pippin. Third
row: Carl Whittle, Wayne McKiernan, Ed Floore, Bruce Nixon, Terry Lovett,
THIS PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT SPONSORED BY:
Michael Dickey, Danny Hand, Kenny Weimorts, Tad Mathews, Ronnie Kirkland,
Eddy Summers, Randy Herring. Back row: Tony Harrison, Robert Dickens,
Murray Smith, Mark Wimberly, John Paul Blount, Eddie Rich, Ronnie Herring,
Virgil Neel, Martin Adkison, Steve Davis, Robby Creamer, Gary Gaddis and Da-
SEARS CATALOG SALES
We're As Near As Your Telephone
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
"Pay Cash and Pay Less"
THE DAIRY BURGER
Come by for A Snack After the Game
CAMPBELL DRUG STORE
FIafllaJilana Gifts Cosmetics
ST. JOE HARDWARE CO.
St. Joe Furniture & Appliances
Western Auto Associate Store
Your DAVIS TIRE Dealer
- Pete, Hortense and Rocky
Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Association
Wholesale and Retail Seafood
St. Joe Stevedoring Company
Connecting Port St. Joe to the World
DANLEY FURNITURE CO.
"Make Your House A Home"
Florida First National Bank
at Port St. Joe
GULF SERVICE STATION
Aubrey R. Tomlinson
MARVIN'S TV REPAIR
Color TV Specialists
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE
Roche Furniture & Appliances
St. Joe Auto Parts Co.
Your Genuine NAPA Parts Dealer
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
Natural Gas Is Naturally Better
Motel St. Joe and Dining Room
Banquets Meeting Rooms Gift Shop
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
West Florida Gas & Fuel Co.
"Our Rolling Pipelines Never End"
PAGE TEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
/"109 Eat Ground Beef Every Day In A Variety
Prices Effective October 11 through 14 (Quantity Rights Reserved)
SMALL SPARE RIBS
SALT PORK --------lb.
FAB WITH BORAX
WHOLE OR HALF
BEEF 3 lbs. $159 5 lbs. $249
_ l Ib. $1.39
STEW BEEF ------------ lb. 99c
STEW BEEF ------------lb. 39c'
BEEF LIVER -----------_ b. 59c
SUNNYLAND SUNNY PETITE
BOLOGNA -----2 1-lb. pkgs. $1.19
WIEN ER S-------3 pkgs.
-- --- b. 59c
PARADE FANCY 15 Oz. Cans '
PORK and BEANS ---2 cans 35c
BATHROOM TISSUE ---- 2 roll pkg. 29c
GEORGIA GRADE 'A' and 'B' FRESH FRYING CHICKEN PARTS SPECIAL!
FR YE R S_- _-----_ lb.
KING SIZE 20 OUNCE LOAVES
LIMIT... 1 Package with $10.00 Order
YELLOW 1 LB. PKGS.
POPSRITE POPCORN -- 2 pkgs.
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY
LYSOL SPRAY------14 oz. can $1.29
TEXIZE FANTASTIK ------22 oz.
DEPENDABLE BON AMI
-.- 14 oz. 10c
Golden Ripe, Selected
RED APPLES 2 5Ec
ICE MILK 3
No. 1 Detergent C
Kleenex Brand Paper
TOW ELS Rolls
Fresh 2 Lb. Bag
Tomatoes _-- b.
/2 gal. 59c
Sicilia Pure Lemon
Juice ea. 39c
10 OUNCE PACKAGE .
Minute Maid 6 Pak
Shrimp 16 oz 1.19
Birdseye 9 Oz. Cup
Cool Whip --- 59c
Strawberries, Cool Whip and
Oreo Cookies are Great Go-
- DAIRY DEPARTMENT
COUNTRY STYLE EASY
8 OUNCE SIZE 8 c
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
LARGE EGGS-----2 doz.
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
MEDIUM EGGS-- 2doz. 89c
HEALTH and BEAUTY
JERGEN'S 13.3 Ounmce Bottle 1/3 is FREE!
a v r aBagp m DOUBLE EDGE BLADES- 2 pks. $1.00
YOUR SHOPPING PI FASURE IS ALWAYS O'J. T P POLICY AT YOUR FRIFNm, Y PIGG.Y W !GGL.Y
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES
PRICES IN THIS AD. ARE EFFECTIVE THROUGH SUNDAY,
OCT. 15, 1972. ITEMS OFFERED IN THIS AD ARE NOT
AVAILABLE TO OTHER RETAIL OR WHOLESALE DEALERS.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972
When you have a fPtsc*iaS
Sled do you take a few pBs
r a f w spoonfuls and thet
VA It o4 the self and forget
aboit t? you do, you ga
11op10dlzg your health. Follow
yor Doctw's nstructloln ta
11 letter-take anll of the Pr*
SCription. Then go back to your
doctor. Heal tell you whetwr
or not to have the Prescriptlo
i-filled. There are too many
WIlf-filled bottles aIn medicine
hiestsmiute testimony that YOU
PAID f your doctors aduce
Prescription as to take *a
prt -It T'he mt ipoft"il
bosmoen we have ISIaf yM
oc00r's P-crpUrw ugsa
Plenty of Free Parking
Convenient Drive-In Window
Ph. 227-3371 317 Williams
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of Robert L. Hunter Company at
U. S. Highway 98, in the City of
Port St. joe, Florida, intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf
Dated at Hammond, Indiana this
4th day ,of October, 1972.
By: DALE L. MONEY, Vice-
Pres., Treasurer and
Asst. Secy. 4t-10-12
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners,
Gulf County, Florida, at its' regu-
lar meeting omn October 24, 1972, at
7:30 P.M., will have a public heart-
ing regarding the advisability of
canceling a tentative agreement
Which had been entered with As-
sociated Investment and Develop-
ment Corporation, its successors
and assigns, regarding the propos-
ed closing of a portion of the
Saul's Creek Road from the inter-
section of St. Regis Camp Road to
its southerly terminus.
All interested parties are invit-
ed to be heard.
BOARD OF COUNTY
GULF COUNTY, FLA.
F. R. PIPPIN, Jr., Chmn.
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk 2t-10-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
IN RE: The Marriage of
FREDDIE LEE PETERSON,
and JOHNESE PETERSON, wife.
TO: Mrs. Johnese Peterson, State
of California. Last known ad-
dress c/o Mrs. Marie Davis,
501 Battle Street, Port St. Joe,
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
You are hereby notified that the
above named Petitioner has filed
suit against you for dissolution of
marriage in the above entitled
Court, and you are hereby notified
to file your answer or other writ-
ten defenses with the Clerk of this
Court and to serve a copy thereof
upon Theodore R. Bowers, Attor-
ney for Petitioner, 1115 W. 15th
Street, Suite 6, Post Office Box
811, Panama City, Florida 32401,
not later than November 13, 1972.
Herein fail not or a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida this 10th day of
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
Pollution Invasion by Bugs Halted
With Effective Bug Chek Spray
The war on pollution is being
waged from every angle includ-
ing the battle against the "crawl-
ing pollution" that threatens the
homes of the Gulf Coast Area
throughout the year, but more
particularly in the Spring and
Just now armies of bugs are
on the march and on the wing
to pester housewives with their
Cockroaches in particular, are
already zeroing in on unprotect-
ed domiciles and businesses to
drag their filthy bodies up from
the sewers across the dishes,
Many families have found an
easy and inexpensive way to pro-
tect their homes from crawling
creatures of all types. They use
BUG CHEK to stop cockroaches,
ants, fleas, silverfish, ticks, wa-
terbugs, and all other crawling
BUG CHEK is a chemical con-
centrate which costs only $3.95
for a 10-oz. can which makes a
gallon and a 13-oz. can for $4.95
which makes 1 gal. when mix-
ed with water.
The dealer loans you absolute-
ly free the light weight sprayer
to apply BUG CHEK and it only
takes 30 minutes to spray the en-
tire house. It's so easy to use,
housewives usually do it them-
To All Citizens of Gulf County
I Wish to Thank Each One of You for the
Great Victory Vote Given Me!
I I also would like to thank the many friends
who helped me to win this victory. I will prove it
by serving all our people with fair and impartial
! service with integrity.
| ELDRIDGE MONEY
I ____________ _
ST. JOE HARDWARE BELIEVES IN BUG CHEK
Randall Wood recommends it
selves and are BUG CHEK'S
biggest boosters. What they real-
ly love is BUG CHEK kills in-
sects for six months.
Hundreds of household pests
can be killed with BUG CHEK.
Some of the more common types
are roaches, ants, fleas, water
bugs, silverfish, spiders, ticks,
termites on contact with the
spray, flies and mosquitoes.
BUG CHEK is available at
ST. JOE HARDWARE COM-
PANY in Port St. Joe.
Imagine, savings of $75.00
per year. Only 30 minutes to
Your dealer lets you use a
pest control sprayer FREE.
No wonder BUG CHEK is so
Lasting results-No bugs for
BUG CHEK is also used thru-
out the south by many apart-
ment, restaurant and motel
owners. It's ideal for commer-
cial use. (Adv.)
Steve Atchison Earns Position On
University of the South Grid Squad
Parents, Students May Use
School Guidance Service
(First of a series of articles writ- dents who have demonstrated aca. nancial aid applications in addi
ten by Mrs. Sarah A. Riley, Gui- demic ability. tion to the required Parent Con
dance Counselor, Port St. Joe Work Study Program These fidential Statement.
High School) programs provide parttime em- Make continued and frequent
Now is the time for parents to ployment while attending college use of the Information Service in
consider plans beyond the high and are usually based on financial the Port St. Joe High School Guid
school level for their children who need. ance Office.
might be enrolled as juniors or Grants-Grants are gift awards Whatever your child is planning
seniors at Port St. Joe High School made on the basis of financial beyond high school, remind him
during the current school year. If need. to start early.
your child is a senior, congratula- Financial Aid Package-A stu- Next week's article will an
tions to you as a parent. dent may be offered a package nounce college entrance examine
This -is the first of a series of consisting of a combination of tion dates.
articles designed to serve as some scholarship or grant, loan and
value to parents in helping their work study.
children with post high school Student Loan Programs-Stu-.
plans. dents who have demonstrated aca- I Miss MVicLane
Whether your child is planning demic ability and a need may ap-O
to attend a four year college or ply for the loan program. Student Ar Of ficer
university, public or private jun- loans are loans that must be re- I
ior college, trade or vocational in- paid.
stitution, the Guidance Office at These-are just a few of the many Miss Minerva McLane, admin-
Port St. Joe High School is here to types of financial aid programs istrator of Municipal Hospital in'
offer service to you and your that are available to students. Port St. Joe, was named to the
child. Parents are urged to have their Executive Committee of the
Senior students who :are plan- seniors to observe the following Northwest Florida H o s p ital
ning college or university work af- steps immediately: Council at a meeting of the
ter high school should acquaint Scan college or university bul- Council held in Panama City
themselves with various college letins for admission requirements last Tuesday.
and university catalogs that are and procedures. college costs and The Council represents 25
available in the Guidance Office. financial aid opportunities. Northwest Florida area hospi-
Such catalogs describe admissions Scan the College Handbook talks from Perry to Pensacola.
procedures, college costs, financial that describes over 800 colleges The purpose of the Council is to
aid opportunities and courses of and universities. assist in the solution of areas of
study at individual schools. Write to the college or uni- mutual concern to member hos-
A sharp increase in college costs versity of their choice for finan- pitals, promote intelligent plan-
has prevented a large number of cial aid applications, ning and coordination in the
high school graduates with college Apply for one of two college field of common problems and
capability from attending a college entrance examinations administer- serve as a clearing house for the
or university. The Guidance Staff ed by the College Entrance Exam- exchange of 'information look-
at Port St. Joe High School has nation Board. Students should ap- ing to the advancement of ser-
recognized this and would like to ply for the ACT (American College vice.
take this method to help parents Testing Program) or the SAT
and students in post high school Scholastic Aptitude Test) which-
planning. ever is applicable to the college of CA Cash
Seniors who are interested in the student's choice. Applications CA's Raising Cash
post high school work should be- for both tests are available for dis- For Mission Vehicle
come acquainted with numerous tribution purposes in the Guidance
college and university programs as Office.
well as the many available finan- Pick up Parent Confidential The CA's of the Oak Grove As-
cial opportunities that exist at such Statements for the ACT or SAT, sembly of God Church will have a
institutions., if financial aid is desired. Such Rock-A-Thon Saturday, October 14
The following will describe just forms are available in the Guid- beginning at 8:30 A.M.
a few of the many types of finan- ance Office. All proceeds will go toward pur-
cial aid: Write to chosen college or chase of a vehicle for missionaries
Scholarships Granted to stu- university for other required fi- overseas.
coaching at Sewanee feels that-
with these tough ones behind
him his youngsters will be able
to head for the winning column
In commenting on Atchison,
Coach Majors said the freshman
has "good potential" though
hampered by early injuries.
- In two opening games the Ti- The regular meeting of the City
gers lost 30-7 to Washington Uni- Commission of the City of Port St.
versity of St. Louis and 42-0 to Joe, Florida, regularly scheduled
Hampden-Sydney of Virginia, for Tuesday, October 17, 1972 at
8:00 P.M., EDT, has been post-
which was undefeated last year. poned to Tuesday, October 24, 1972,
Coach Shirley Majors, with the at 8:00 P.M., EDT.
youngest squad in his -15 years of CHARLES BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
FOR SALE: 30" Kenmore gas FOR RENT Furnished beach cot LOSE WEIGHT with New Shape
range, $35. GE cannister vacuum, tages. Reasonable monthly rates. Tablets. 10 day supply only $1.49.
works good but needs hose, $10. Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 4tc-10-12
Regulation size pool table, $90. -1 -
Exercise lounger $9.00. Kenmore FOR RENT: 2 apartments. Partly
portable dishwasher, $30. Phone furnished. Phone 229-6538. 10-12 MEXICO BEACH -
S229-6769.FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished BEAUTY SHOPPE
FOR SALE: 1960 Chevrolet %-ton apartment. Call 229-6168, Fen-l Hwy. 98 Phone 648-5116
pick-up. Runs and drives good. non Talley. tfc-9-21 Complete Beauty Service
Body fair, $140. Phone 648-4836. Complete Beauty Service
tfc-10-12 HELP WANTED: Service, sales & GLADYS NICHOLS
claim work. Married, age 22 to
FOR SALE: Used brick. 223 Third 45. Fringe benefits. Starting pay
St., Highland View. ltc $125.z0 a week. Call collect, 785- FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
5721. 4tp-9-28 Emory Stepnlens. Free estimate
FOR SALE: Complete snooker ta- -- Guarantee on labor and materials.
ble. Phone 229-9111. 10-12 PIANO IN STORAGE Low down payment. Phone 227.
i Beautiful spinet-console stored lo- 7972.
FOR SALE: Need more room? call. Reported like new. Respon- -
Quiet? 4 bedroom, 21 bath, Ir, sible party can take on low pay-
24x20. End of 2nd Ave., Oak ment balance. Write before weLADIES
Grove. For more information and send truck. North Fla. Piano, P. LADIES
appointment call 229-6154. 10-12 0. Box 3308, Springfield, Florida I am now servicing wigs and
-- 32401. Itc hair pieces in my home. If
I MC's PAWN or SWAP SHOP | you have human hair or syn-
FOR SALE-Johnson-Messer 2 way WAITRESS WANTED: Part time. thetic which you would like
radios. Automative 8-track tape; Apply Jimmy's Restaurant. 10-12 to have serviced quickly at
players, $29.95 and up and home low prices.. .
units. 8-track tapes, $1.50 and up. BABY SITTING in our home, Mon- WIGS FOR SALE -
Radiots, cameras, horse saddles day through Friday. 801 Marvin WIGS or SALE
and many more items to choose Ave. Call 229-3017. tfc-10-5 CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
from. 1055th St., Highland View.in readg 9-21 JANICE STOKES tfc
Phone 229-6193. tfe-10-5 SPECIAL TUTORING in reading
I Many years experience helping
FOR SALE: Purebred AKC regis- children with reading problems in
tered Dachshund puppies. Good public and private school. Also The Best Costs Less
blood line. Male, $60; female, $50. with the slow learner, retarded
Call 229-6548. 2tc-10-5 and emotionally disturbed. For in- TRY
formation call 229-6863. 3tc-9-28 V A R T U N G
FOR SALE: Peanut, candy and LDNGNEEDSse ames The Paint Made wth
gum vending business in Port FOR WELDING NEEDS see James The Paint Made with
St. Joe. Good income 6 to 8 hours L Tmple, 1302 Falm Blvd. TUNG OI
weekly. Total price $1,138.00 cash. fc-9-7 Oil base, Vinyl and Latex
Write TEXAS KANDY KOMPANY, MISSING: 8 ft. fiberglass boat. Orel and Bristle Brushes
Inc., 1327 Basse Rd. San Antonio, green Astdlde, grey inside. For
Texas 78212. Include your phone informal 1 call Bill Carr 229 See or Call
number. 4tp-9-21 6474. REWARD. tfc-6-29 AL SMITH
PIANO IN STORAGE: Beautiful 10 SPEED BIKES IN STOCK, from Phone 227-7751
spinet-console stored locally. Re- $69.95. Men's, women,s racing style.
ported like new. Responsible par- touring style. Credit terms avail-
ty can take on low payment bal- able. WESTERN AUTO, Port St.
ance. Write before we send truck. Joe. tfc-6-15 NO. 1 DRIVE-IN
North Fla. Piano, P. 0. Box 3308,. Apalachicola, Florida
Springfield, Florida 32401. ltc' PROFESSIONAL HELIP with emo
l tional problems and/or concerns
FOR SALE: 3 good used lavatories Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port Friday and Saturday
with trim. Call H. E. GoodmanStor1 October 13and 14
229-4801. tfc-9-14 St. Joe, Florida 229-3621 or Rev Oct- 2 BIG HORROR SHOWS -14
229481._ --1 Sidney Ellis, 229-6599. 2 BIG HORROR SHOWS-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 bath "GODZILLA vs SMOG
block house. Also two bedroom, WANTED: Man with service sta MONSTER"
block on 2 lots at White City. Call tion and mechanic experience and
229-6786. tfc-9-14 Apply at Ralph and Henry's Stan "DR. JEKYL and SISTER
)R SALE: Good incor-e property, dard Service. tfc-8-3 HYDE"
For information call 229-6168. -- --- NEXT WEEK -
tfc-9-7 HELP WANTED: Experienced tire 2 Exciting Motorcycle Shows
F-O-- RENT: Apartment, 510 8th recappers or trainees. No exper-
FOR RENT: Apartment, 510 8th ience necessary for trainees. A
Street. Phone 648-4800. tfc-9-7 permanent job and apply in per-
FOR SALE: Lovely home on water- son at Panama City Recapping Co.,
front property. 3 bedrooms 2 Springfield. Plant located one POODLE GROOMING
baths, central heat and air condi- block behind Springfield City Hall.
tioned, carpeting throughout home. Phone 785-6470. tfc-10-5 Specializing in Puppy Trim
Call after 5 p.m. for appointment. Other Small Dogs Washed
227-4491. tfc-8-31 and trimmed
HEATH RADIO & TV REPAIR
FOR SALE: Used mimeograph ma-
chine. In good condition. See at Black and White and Color For Appointment call
Costin's Department Store. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 229-6571 tfc-5-18
FOR SALE: 1969 Skamper hard PHONE 229-2782
top camper. 8 sleeper. Call af-
ter 5:00 p.m. 227-5236. tfc-9-8 FOR
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 AMBULANCE SERVICE
bath house, chain link fence. On YOUR ANSWER
large lot. See David Rich at Rich's to a carefree fall wardrobe In Wewahitchka and
IGA. 229-4562 or 229-6816. tfc-8-10 is at Fort St. Joe
FOR RENT: One bedroom house. SHIRLEY'S FABRICS -- CALL -
St. Joe Beach. Furnished. Con-
tact Smith's Pharmacy, Phone 227- 106 Bellamy Circle Comforter Funeral Home
5111. tfc-9-28 tfc Phone 229-2021 9-7 227-3511
FOR RENT: Furnished new small
1 bedroom house. Nice neighbor- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
hood. Call 229-6777 after 5 p.m. Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
tfc-9-14 PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apart- R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
ments. Cool in summer, warm in Joseph Chapter No. 56, RAM.,
winter. Gas heat, window fans. COVER 1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
They must be seen to be appreciat- EARTH visiting companions welcome.
>d. Citact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince ', WALTER GRAHAM, H. P.
at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER H. T. WEST, Secretary
PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
or 648-3101. tfe-10-28 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
or 6483101. tfc-10-28 URLBUT FURNITURE THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
306 Reid Ave. ing first and third Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
InPral Hm THERE WILL BE a regular com-
Funeral Home C. P. Eieredge munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
and 8 T No. 11l, F. & A. M., every first
518 Third Street and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Ambulance Service Part St. Joe, Fla.
Prompt-Efficient-Courteous Plumbina and
Telephone 227-2491 Electrical Contractor FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.
Zall 229-4986 for Free Estimate HERBERT L BURGE, Secty
Steve Atchison has earned a
spot on the football squad of the
University of the South. The
5'10" 160-pound defensive safe-
ty from Port St. Joe High School
was one of 28 freshmen who
turned out to bolster the scant
18 lettermen who returned to
carry the Tiger purple to the
football wars this fall.