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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 Ti-ikUSDAY, .FEBRUAC Y 10, 1972
iSharks os0- o Crestview in *
Conference Tourney Finals Hospifl
S' The Port St J4l Jaycees/eare
oSt St... s 'Sharks walked White, point Al in the first pe sponsoring ,a drle to u"upi4te
O Chipley and Walton 'ligh Walto l- 'acksda, 16-1-33;, aMn .u t-swiored. the Sharks ~21 the list( et d A:blood d(on-
Sas=t ek ndl 'in 'tilu Huie, 64-'- X K. Jackon, 44-12; "i tidhe :lart stanza to nail down ors for the )~mX 1ipal Hospital,
d.(ist Coierence .toia ent, !Prlte, I" 11ard, '2-14; Al- their 3357 win. beginning Sattr r Feeruary
t y to fleet defeat at the hands 'berson, UK AtfY,'2-04. ':The Sharks came back in the 26 and ii ech' Bay ex-.
- o:a strong Crestview five in 'the *' i sionill quarter to repair ~4he. da- cg SunIny uil an/alequate
fials Satrdanwy igt, A Ld%' 'first and "last period .mage caused in the birst and list is (esdtioisheI.
:'hursdaa night, the Sharks Sateulai:riht, tMt the Sharks ended Ithe first half mn a' '32-32 E I rOy fon ietweet 18 and
I beff'a 11 'point .lead in the their f Coa*t championship. tie. (Mestview went eat ild front 65 yearsalge is urged to go by
fist quarter, added five more in 'C~s ew jufampe off to a.-10 (Continued OniPage 10) the I l Ibd1 latdrtt between
ifie second and jumped on the ,
pOnts in the third prfi'd b,"
their way to an .83-46 victory.
,iiendrick Bryant a'nd Sandy
Qt inn each tossed in 1g points
f trhe Sharks. Tim a UPdberry li 6 ret e ires
Jim Belin added 10. Danny Ev- F '. u
erett paced Chiipley with 10
points. 'Clerk f the, Circuit Court,
e quartets: George "V. 'Corehas just com-
iPTrt St.l Joe __ 22 17 '28 16-83 lXted-lavourse-. ith the Institute
Chipley------11 12 '9 14-49 Ior Court A'dniistration, con-
Port St. Joe-Belin 4-2-10; Bry- te'by the ge of Business
Sant, 8 2-18; Barnes, 2-0-4; Grand- and Piffilic A'dmijlistration,; Flor-
berry, 7-3-17; Quarles, '2-2-6; Ad- ida ltatittic U 1itersity, Boca
kison. 2-0-4; Dixon, 20-4; Quinn Ratop.
82-18; Speights, 1-0-2, 'Core'tofkt'the..eburse to pre-
Chipley-Morris, 2-3-7; Gandy -pare Iiimsf fM r aa- possible
1-1,3; Gunter, 2-2-6; Everett, 3-4- hanige in'the cd4t set-up to be
10 Nichols, 4-0-8;- Hicks, 2-0-4; vbteU 'on"by the. people of Flor-
Cpan, 1-2-4; Jones, 12-'1-4. "fda 'n Marh 14, The Constitu-
'tional Amendme4 if approved
Fri4k night, the Sharks de- _-woRUl lbfitg abdo many chan-
teated PeFuniak Springs Wal-- ges in the'lower courts of the,
t6 Hligh, '89-74 to earn a place reounity.
in Saturday's finals.
-Big' first arid third quarters ..
.We the Tharks the margin they- .i Seilous 1 -usin
"eed ed T o: e ir victory. The .It N O
-Sharks ou-scored the Braves 21.- II tr i Srpe
12 in thi first period and 23-15 ."
iin the third ile breaking eVent. 'Bobby Fields remains in cri-
in the second and falling behind" 'ti dlucondition following a stab-
two in thelast. bing incident last Saturday night.'
Sandy Qumn .threw 29 Tpoints rb vein ,eC.' '
-gh, ':.-l..e'Fr Wld asibhed to Municipal
!in w~ picking up .'-i 7fospitdltby his mother- and-later
LGrandber'y 15 "andKedAick transferred 'to a. Panama City-
B ryant 11 Mitzi Jackson led- ite huspitA4l'by a Kilpatrick Funeral ,
Braves with point. home *bulance.
S. Score by quarters: The incident was investigated
.PortSt. Joe -21 21 23" .. .S.turday -night by Port St. Joe
Walton Hi 12 21 15 26-74 iuJim-Belin (NoM. 1 'goesrup for two points against the Wal- 'Plicedf icers M. A. Kelly, Jack '
Port St. Joe-Bilelin,*7-5-19;.Bry- son U~I h Braves, in .lthe Gdl f ast Confeene tournament play Davilla -and James McGee awld
-ant;,- 43-11; Grandberry, w-15; iFs ide~nig ht. Tim Grea ((I), Sandy Aimn((21) and Gay 'Sheriffs 'Deputy Oscar Jones.
,Quinn, 14-1-29;' Speightsi, 4--9; Speiahts (right) get in position tto grab the rebound. The inm9ttigation is still in pee-,'
Barnes, 0.3;; Quarles, 1~042; -Photo 1y'David McDermott I .
Historical Socie y Hears Rish
Sp ea", k An ra1 Me e tin g
The St. Josep'h .Historical S1*
"ciety::met Saturday ,evening for,:
-theiranmnual dinner meeting and'
installation of officers.
S President Robert '.L Ellzey
'presided over the function and
suggested that Jesse V., Stone be
elected to the vice-ipregident po(
tsition, since that office -was left'
:vaeacnt by the recent 'death of
'3Brs. Loise Porter, -who had
.Ibeen elected to serve for the
tOther officers instaled were
Elsey as: president; Ifrs. 'W. H. \
Hoewell,, Jr., recording secretary; 7
Mrs.'Charles 'Brown, correspond-
Sing secretary; Mrs. Herman
Dean,'treasurer; Mrs. R. .'rin-
son. cemeteryy project cha irman;
Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., -tele-
'Mrs. Swatts presented, a me-
'anorial to lIrs. Porter/ who hasl
'been a charter-mefmigr 13 years
Sgo and one of the founders of
the society. The s oiety asked
that the memorial be included
in the minutes and that copies
be sent t.oMrs. Porter's daugh-
ter, Mrs.' -Charles .H. Sundin, to
The Sta r, The. Apalachicola
Times, the Panama City News-
Herald, WJHG-TV and radio Sta-
tion WJOE. '
Representative. Wil liam J.
SRish was the featured speaker
of the evening and presented his
address, 'When JLook Back",
looking at history .rom a differ-
91 He invited his listeners to
- look back with ;him into the
three periods of history com-
mon to all of them; history as
experienced tby 'the i nd vidual
history as told to the individual
'by parents or" frAiIs 6f an ear-
"lier era, and 'history' as s-idied
carrreafliin books and'rothertfypes
,of literature. .
Recalling his personal ,*etivi-
fies r4f dhie day he rematked,
"What we did today 1i inow"his-
tory. 'We rcah't change,'it. 'We
cai't'bring it back." Thei'he ask-
ted, '"What rdid you de tte~h?
'What did ,you do yesterday, lastt
- ear, '20 years ago?"
The speaker nmelivaded his au-.
.sience that people do many
things-many 'of tthem good, but
some of them badt and that we
#f2iohdo many fftthketthings we
shoeilli. He said tiht iin looking
back over our past llives-we have
a teoiency to remember only the
good things and ,werleok the
things ttat are Iba. "fit iis not
good to do this", Ive ssaid, "'be-
cause to tbe complete, rthe good
and the thad must go ttqgether."
He empthaized the fact that 'the
(Cowinued On Page T10
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS-Left to
right: R. H. Ellzey, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs.
Charles Brown, Jesse V. .Stone, Mrs. Herman
Dean, Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., and Mrs. B. A. Prid-
* *- *
MThere is a strong possibility
'that'Gulf County will finally se-
rcre a state Wayside Park in
the county, according to word
-received by the Gulf County
(Commission Tuesday. from Rep-i
'resentative William J. Rish.
TRish told the Board that the!
-county would have to participate'
-with approximately $2,500 in.
"money with the state providing
Rish said tentatively, the Way-
"side Park is being planned for
the Beacon Hill area on proper-
'y, owned by the: County. The'
site would be4in at the Bay-
'tfilf County line and run 'ap-l
proximately one and a hall
blocks South on the -West; side,
,'o6f' the highway. : '
'A Wayside Park was promised
'or -the area several years' -ago,
'btit fell through& when the Coun-
'ty Commission was reluctant to_
"part with the property.
"Oak Grove Water, Sewer
-District Farmers Home Adminb
'istration executive Charles Snell
told the County Commission.
Tuesday that the' next move for
,starting to w6rk on the Oak.
Grove Water and Sewer District
system was now up to the peo-
i"ple-of Oak Grove. "We need to
', get at least 170 customers sign-
'up'for the system", hefsaid, "to
" be. sure of enough customers to
\make the services'pay for them-
'-selves". The District had secur-
ed 183 signatures nearly four
"'.years-.ago 'requesting the system.
Snell said in the last two
.-weeks, FHA has met and set a
nniimum water and sewer
]charge which would be neces-
sary' for the system to be self sus-
'tining. "If they're not willing
,t*-pay this we'll just have to
Ij1rop the-project", Snell said. He
z~eported 'FHA is requiring a
'minimum- of $3.75 for 2,000 gal-
'Ions -6f -water used and a flat
*sewer- charge of $5.50, regardless
,of 'the, amount of water used.
'This-wourd-make a minimum bill
Engineer' Devon Pelham, who
is designing 'the system said he
s 'exploring -ays to cut costs
.'without -sacrifiing' quality and
service -and this -xeduction along
'with any reduction in. bids as
,eampared -with the engineer's es-
The irst United Methodist
Church is issuing a call to prayer
in the home, on the job, and at a
special service on Wednesday,
February 16 at 3:00 p.m. in the
church for those who can gather
for an hour of quiet meditation.
Wednesday is the day Presi-
dent Nixon will be travelling to
Red China hopefully to promote
peace in the world, promote com-
munication between different
cultures and help restore Amer-
ica's image as a nation that ac-
Meditations will be given
every 15 minutes from three un-
til four p.m.
timate will be passed on to the
James Hanlon, chairman of
the Oak Grove W&S board said
his committee will begin immed-
iately to make a survey of the
area and secure. the necessary
number of subscribers.
In the meantime, Snell told
the County Board, FHA would
- like to have-.some. source of
county revenue pledged to meet
any deficits met by the water
an4 sewer board in its opera-
tiors. The Board took the re-
Searching for Blood Donors
8:00 a.m. and 9Mf* p.m. (other
times by appointment) and have
his blood typed. Even those per-
sons who knows his type and it
is on record at the hospital are
urged to' come. There is ,no
charge to the donor for this ser-
The. hospital greatly needs
more available donors in addi-
tion to the up-dating of the exist-
ing lists as to type, health, ad-
dress and. phone, number. Each
donor will receive a card with
his or her blood type and Rh fac-
tor that should be kept with him
at all times. It could be extreme-
ly valuable to him in the event
of. an accident or a sudden ill-
Each person giving blood will
be checked at the time of dona-
tion for Hemoglobin, detection
of syphilis, antibodies in the
blood, Hepatitis, blood pressure
and pulse and temperature. The'
information of the above tests
will be available, to the donor If
The Jaycees urge everyone to
cooperate in this program.' It
may save a life.
** *N ,* ]
quest under consideration.
The Board Also
Agreed to explore the pos-
sibility of securing a road right
of way from the Indian Pass
Beach road to the Lagoon on a
request of J. L. Burkett.
11eceived ,official notice
from the Department of Rehabil-
itative Services 'that the County
would, be switched from food
commodities to Food Stamps on
Received notice from the
(Cohtinued On Page 10
REDBUDS THINK IT'S SPRING 4
Port St. Joe is just beginning to experience some cold weather,,.
but the warm weather of past months have the redbuds thinking'
it's time to wake up and greet a new spring with their soft, colorful
-b-ams. --Star photo.
Perry Teacher Dies In Scuba Diving
Accident In Gulf Sunday Morning
A 27-year-old Perry school tea-
char died in the Gulf of Mexico
while on a scuba diving expedi-
tion Sunday under unusual cir-
David Francis Badeaux was
pronounced dead at Municipal
Hospital' some two hours after
the accident after over an hour
of trying to revive the young
man. His body was taken to Tal-
lahassee by Kilpatrick Funeral'
Home Sunday evening for an au-
topsy in the unusual death.
Badeaux and his companions
were on the diving expedition
about 12 miles out in the Gulf
on George Holland's "Miss Hos-
pitality" which is based here in
Port St. Joe. Holland said Ba-
deaux jumped overboard for his
dive and surfaced almost im-
mediately saying he was having
trouble sealing his face mask.
Badeaux then swam to a life
raft put out for safety purposes
to fix his mask. A few minutes
later. his companions noticed
him slumped over the raft. Ba-
deaux was brought on board the
boat. by his companions. Artifl.
cial-resuscitation was began im-
mediately and continued all the
way to the hospital, but Badeaux '
never regained consciousness.
Revival Continues At
Highland View Church
Revival services will continue
through Sunday night, February
13 at the Highland View Church
of God, according to L. E. Rober-
Everyone is invited to hear
the R. L Wicker evangelistic
team as they minister each night
at 7:30 p.m.
Strong Possibility of State
Wayside Park for County
.' II .I i i
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972
An Extra Day
To Go Fishing
Several weeks ago, The Tallahassee Democrat, in an
editorial, had these words to say concerning the needs
for available financing to improve Florida's municipal
"Florida cities are asking for more than three
times the maximum amount of federal money expect-
ed to be available during the next fiscal year for con-
struction of sewage treatment plants. That means
the State wilLhave to draw up priorities to determine
which cities will share in the federal fund.
'The building of treatment plants is an important
factor in the state and national fight against water
and air pollution. The sooner,they can be completed,
the better for the environment. But it would appear
that- new methods of financing must be found."
The Democrat was absolutely right; more funds are
needed by Florida's municipalities to update sewage treat-
ment facilities on the orders of the state and federal gov-
ernment. Hardly a municipality in the state escaped the
Federal and State mandates to do something and do it
soon. Port St. Joe was one of these municipalities. What
with the, rush to comply with orders from on high, the
money market became tight with so many cities looking
for money to borrow. Since it is on orders from higher
up that this work be done, some sort of financing should
be arranged so the job can be accomplished.
There is a way provided, if the State men responsible
would get the job done. In 1970, the voters of Florida
authorized the State to borrow money to provide a loan
fund for the many cities charged with making expensive
changes in their methods of treating sewage. To date
that fund hasn't been provided while the mandate date for
doing something draws ever nearer.
The City of Port St. Joe has formally requested that
the approved fund be provided so it, 4s well as other
cities can get on with the job, they have been charged
with doing. WVere it not for Port St. Joe being in the
unique position of undertaking a joint venture including
treatment of industrial wastes and these industrial custo-
mers doing some private financing on their own until
bond money is made available, the City would also be in
the impossible situation of trying to raise several million
dollars and no place to get it from.
The Port St. Joe City Commissioners have requested
the support of other cities to prod the State along in' this
matter and have received support in their attempt to pry
loose a few dollars for the construction work. Now that
the Legislature is in session seems to be an opportune
time to forcefully remind the State of their responsibili-
The source of money to cure the ills complained of
by the Democrat editorial is available, if our public ser-
vants in Tallahassee will only do their part.
In Good Hands
There is an insurance company which uses the slo-
gan, "You're In .Good Hands With. Us". Whether you
are or not, we don't know, since we don't have insurance
with that firm.
We're using this slogan to point out that, in our
opinion, Gulf County is in good hands with our represen-
tation to the Florida Legislature, if their knowledge of
what's going ,on around them is any criteria. All of our
three man delegation is well up-to-date on what is hap-
pening aAm.wliat may happen in the present session.
Several weeks ago, we were amazed at the recall of.
the several different matters brought to their attention
at a Legislative hearing held in the Gulf County Court-
holi oe. Senator W. E. Bishop and Representatives Wil-
liam J. Rish and Joe Chapman were all three present.
Of course, with about ,30 people popping questions con-
cerning upcoming legislation, the questions are bound to
be a regular pot pouri of subjects and this hearing was
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
MIAMI A controversial re-
cording that rattled the rafters
in The White House launched
the successful career of G. Wil-
liam Stith, president of GWS Re-
cording Corporation of America.
The song "Welfare Cadi-
lac," (CQ) by country music ar-
tist Guy Drake wheeled Stith
out of a 1966 Volkswagen into a
real Cadillac and, he admits, on
to creation of a record produc-
tion empire built- on the premise
that new talent is the stuff from
which hit records are made.
'I invested about $50 in the
business in 1969," said Stith.
Then the firm was known as
Trip Universal Records. S6on
the small company had an office
in North Miami and a branch
"In 1970, we grossed nearly
$4.5 million for everyone con.
cerned artists, writers, mu-
sicians, producers and arrangers.
"Welfare Cadillac was the cat-
alyst," said Stith, a former ele-
mentary school principal from
Kentucky. "Guy Drake had a
great song. None of the indus-
try giants would release it. We
felt differently and the record
"The secret to GWS' success,"
said Stith, "rests in our approach
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
-Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLOIDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8. 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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 commissions In advertisements, the publishers
do not hoid 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.
rinces. The spoken word is loat; the printed word remains
The questions covered matters all the way from es-
- tablishment of a School of Veterinary Medicine at the
University of Florida to the possibility of changing the
method of taking tests for drivers license renewal. At
least once, the delegation should have been stumped for
an answer but they weren't. All could discuss the sub-'
ject at hand, whatever it was, at great length and depth.
Our Gulf County delegation may not get all accom-
plished we would like to see done, .but mostly it will be
because they just couldn't get enough of their fellow legis-
lators to go along with them. They are well aware of
the problems, the distasteful (to us) legislation that is
to come before the Legislature and what bills will affect
us in a good or a bad way. We can't ask for any more.
S t About all that's left for us as citizens to do, is to
let them know how we personally feel about certain bills
coming up that may go against our wishes. They know
about the bills through their- own research, but they will
never know your feelings unless you tell them.
to marketing. Many independent
producers try to merchandise
the product alone. It's difficult
to compete with the big labels
so we work with' them. We com-
plement talent with good- pro-
duction and develop the finest
recording that can be expected
from the talent available.
"About 2500 promotional discs
are pressed distributed to
broadcasters and sales agents in
five key states. If the recording
catches on-and seven out of ten
we produce show sales we
have the ammunition we need to
lease national and international
sales rights to a major label,"
GWS Recording Corporation of
America is headquartered in
North Miami. The firm recently
opened an office in the Gulf
Life Tower in Jacksonville, and
also maintains an office in Nash-
ville, Tenn. Stith is constantly
seeking new talent. "When an
artist auditions, said Stith, "we
carefully consider the best way
to produce a saleable recording.
If what we hear is superb, we
will underwrite the entire cost
of production. In most cases, the
product is co-produced through
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DR. EDWARD R. SCRUGGS, Interim Pastor
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............
EVENING WORSHIP -- --------.........
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .....
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. 1. C. ODUM, Pastor
TALLAHASSEE F lorida s
fresh water anglers will get an
extra day of fishing and an op-
portunity to add an additional fish
to their annual catch during 1972.
Under ordinary circumstances a
Florida fisherman may fish 365
days a year and 24 hours a day.
However, in 1972 this angling op-
portunity will be increased by one
day and 75 fish on February 29,
and anglers will be allowed to fish
366 days this year.
With an extra day of fishing in
the offering, Dr. 0. E. Frye, direc-
tor of the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission, suggests a re-
view of rules and regulations be-
fore .fishing fever reaches a peak.
Copies of fresh water fishing
laws may be obtained from the of-
fice of all County Judges and li-
cense agents, or from the Com-
mission offices at Panama City,
lake City, Ocala, Lakeland, West
Palm Beach or Tallahassee.
There is no closed season or
size limit on fresh water Fish. The
daily bag limit allows a catch of
10 black bass, 15 chain pickerel,
50 panfish and 50 tilapia.
Special bag limits have been es-
tablished for certain areas and
waters, and for fish management
areas. Information on the special
limits is outlined in the summary
of fishing laws.
Florida fresh water fishermen,
except residents 65 years of age
and over, children under 15, and
residents who posses documenta-
tion of eligibility for receiving
public welfare assistance must
have fishing licenses. Servicemen
home on military leave are also
exempt from license purchase.
A resident fresh water fishing
license costs $3.00, and is availa-
ble from all County Judges or li-
agreement with artists, writers
and managers. After the record-
ing is leased, the performers can
rest on royalties."
An example of the successful
methods by GWS is 'the best
Heroes of Cranberry Farm, a
group that made its debut in the
recording world through Bill
Stith. "They recorded several
numbers and are enjoying the
benefits of income from them,"
'"I'm seeking much more than
talent," said Stith. "I look for
character and motivation. When
they're signed on, I become re-
sponsible for their performance
and future, so I have to work
with people who are responsible,
disciplined and energetic. They
are the ones who will be making
the million sellers.
"This does not mean an ama-
teur can't record a big seller' he
continued. It means we will work
very hard to make him a pro as
soon as possible."
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
"Skinny" never half-way did anything. If a'small re-,
quest for one of his prolific ideas was made, he fixed it
up in grand style. Many of his "temporary" projects are
still in use after years of service.
"Skinny" was a man of many talents. He was an
expert artist, sign painter, photographer, carpenter, he
had an unlimited supply of ideas, he was extremely well
versed in forestry and worked tirelessly for' the preser-
vation of our trees. Above all he was a humanitarian.,
But don't think, that with all his willingness to do
for others, his great capacity to make friends, that he
couldn't scald you one when you needed it. We still bear
the scars of some of "Skinny's" dressings-down he put
on us on several occasions. But before he could get the
period after his statement of ire, he was looking for a
way to do you a favor.
The president of the "Do-Gooders" deserved a long
and interesting retirement, but he didn't get it. He did
enjoy the time he had-every minute. There's nobody
left to take over his office, so it looks like we will have to
retire that office like the football teams retire the number
of a particularly great player.
This month holds sort of a delimma for Port St. Joe.
On the one hand we see the beginning of a new year for
the Chamber of Commerce, dedicated to the building and
promotion of our city and county. On the other hand, we
see the beginning of the seventh month of a strike that is
literally tearing our town apart.
The Chamber has its hands full, what with tfie State
of Florida de-emphasizing growth; especially industrial
growth. The Chamber functions regularly and gets in .
its licks every time an industrial prospect crosses the hori-
zon. It sends information almost daily to people inquir-
ing about our area to retire or for business purposes. But
it's sort of self-defeating to try building when what we
have is going to pot.
No doubt both sides of the strike have perfectly
good reasons for their demands. They both feel they are
justified in their position. The fact is, though, that both
will not get their wishes if the empasse is settled. Which
all brings about the fact that the one who bends enough
to settle this thing which is doing nobody any good will
be a hero in this community.
The greatest people in the world. Most
of the time. Unfortunately, most of the
time doesn't include income tax time.
Because the last thing you need when
you're doing your taxes is an aunt who
took an accounting course just before
she dropped out of college. Or a father
who thinks how much money you make
and what you do with it is something
the rest of the family should know
You know the type. The mild-man-
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of gallons of coffee you bravely attack
that stack of forms. You may be taking
deductions you're not entitled to, and
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die without leaving one enemy to be glad he's gone. But
our old friend Clyde A. "Skinny" Fite accomplished just
that nearly impossible feat.
"Skinny" was probably one of the best-known peo-
ple in Northwest Florida. He had acquaintances all
the way from Pensacola to Jacksonville and all of them
were his friends. Part of this was due to "Skinny's"
availability to work with anyone and help anyone in any
project they might have. And, he was very capable help.
"Skinny" had probably more talents than any other man
in this part of the state arid he lavished these talents on
everyone. "Skinny" was the self-proclaimed president of
the "Do-Gooders Society". He used to make this claim
with a tinge of irony, but it was more true than even he
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972
Ornamentals Like A Little
Taste Of, Cold Weather
Cold weather can be an advant- most people think about freezing,
age to many of Florda's ornamen- but the temperatures around 40
talks says Florida N erymen and or 45 are beneficial to many of our
Growers Association (FNGA). flowering plants. Azaleas, Camel-
When cold weather'is mentioned lias, Peach trees and Citrus trees
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all need these cold temperatures.
The cold temperatures help to pro-
mote dormancy and initiate blos-
soms. Cold weather also helps to
sweeten the fruit on citrus and
After cold weather has iioved in
and been around for a few weeks it
causes the trees to become dor-
mant. This makes them easier to
Move for the nurserymen or home-
Those of you that have grown
Nasturtiums throughout the winter
months may be enjoying an abun-
dance of the flowers.
If plants are light green in color
and have tiny white trails in the
leaf your plants might be infested
with Serpentine Leafminer. Sevin
or Spectracide is a good material
to use for control of Leafminer.
Palm trees from the north cen-
tral to the southern part of Flor-
ida are beginning to initiate flower
spikes. The flowers are encased in
a large, horny type structure. As
the flowers approach emergence
the spathe pops open. If you do
not like the flowers you can cut
off the spathe prior to. blooming.
This in no way injures the tree, it
only prevents a mess from hap-
pening. Florida Nurserymen and
Growers Association (FNGA) sug-
gests that you fertilize your palms
with a good palm fertilizer and
some Manganese. Take care of your
palms because they add a tropical
effect to your home landscape.
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Wednesday Night Ladies Leagubl
Florida Bank won three games
from the Stevedores with Verna
Burch leading the way with a 516
series. Connie Kirkland rolled a
476 series for the Stevedores.
Comforter's keeps rolling along
winning three games from St. Joe
Furniture. Diane Terry posted a
200 game and a 493 series to lead
Comforter's. Opal Howard led the
Furniture team with a 419 series.
Shirt and Trophy won three
games from St. Joe Kraft with
Donna Hood rolling a 422 series
for Shirt and Trophy. Evelyn
Smith was high for Kraft with a
484 series and a 193 game.
Williams Alley Kats got back
on the winning track by taking
four games from Sears. Eleanor
Williams was high for the Kats
with a 391 series. Edwina Bowen
rolled a 275 series to pace Sears.
Standings W L
Florida Bank ------ 50 22
St. Joe Stevedores -- 43% 28%
St. Joe Furniture 42% 29%
Shirt and Trophy -- 39 33
Comforter's ------- 38 34
St. Joe Kraft------- 37% 34%
Williams Alley Kats _- 37% 34%
Sears No. 2 ----------0 72
Gulf County Men's League
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Roche's Fur-
niture take all four points from
Richard's Raiders. Roche's had
three men over 500, Glen Williams
545, Jerry Colvin 527 and David
Roche 519. B. J. Richards led his
Raiders with a 524.
On lanes 3 and 4, Shirt and Tro-
phy and 13 Mile Oyster Co., split,
each taking two games. James
Hicks led 13 Mile with 464 while
Leon Pollock led Shirt and Trophy
with a 494.
Lanes 5 and 6 had Basic Magne-
sia taking all four points from St.
Joe Lanes. Bo Bouington's 562 was
tops for Basic while St. Joe Lanes
had John McKenzie with a 493.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
In Re: The Marriage of
SAM DUDLEY, Husband,
and ELGIE DUDLEY, Wife.
TO: ELGIE DUDLEY
You are notified that an action
for dissolution of marriage has
been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
it on Fred N. Witten, Petitioner's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box 87, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, on or before March 6, 1972,
and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service
on Petitioner's attorney or immed-,
iately thereafter; otherwise, a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the pe-
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on February 2, 1972.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Court 4t-2-3
Assorted Hi Shades
Sandy Quinn and Tim Grandberry go after a loose ball while
Jim Belin stands ready to take the pass in Gulf Coast Conference
Tournament action. -Photo by David McDermott
Marvin's TV took three points Basic Magnesia --------35 45
from Campbell's Drugs. Ashley St. Joe Lanes ------ 33 43
Costin rolled a 536 to lead Mar- Campbell's Drugs ------34 46
vin's. Ralph Ward's 522 was tops 13 Mile Oyster Co. --- 30 42
Standings W L CLASSIFIED ADS
Roche Furniture ....... 53 27
Marvin's TV 44 36
Shirt and Trophy -------43 37
Richard's Raiders ------40 36
Midget Investments with
- PAGE F E THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972
Craig Says Students Trying Hard
T Coo erate With Inch Other
Im W V IU61UIV I m I*1111
Gulf County Superintendent of
Education Marion Craig told the
Port St. Joe Rotary Club, "We have
Mrs. Van Camp Hosts
Eta Upsilon Meeting
kul iII VI1191 Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met recently in the
school level. "We don't have these home of Barbara Van Camp.
now", Craig said, "but we can
see where they would help tre Dot Williams, president, presid.
see were they would help tre-i ,, t ..
seen some trying times during the mendously in preparing a student
past year in our school system, but to guide his thinking and study to-
things now seem to be getting bet- ward a chosen vocation.
ter as we understand each other .
better". Craig said relationships I As for the present, Craig said
better". Craig said relationships the Gulf County schools now have
between students is still progres- 11 FSU student teachers in the
sing. "They are trying to get along .
ith e o. T y kid system, practicing teaching for
with each other. The younger kids their degrees. Eight are in Port
are doing the better job" St. Joe and three in Wewahitchka.
Craig said the school personnel He said federal remedial reading
appreciates the restraint of the money is tapering off and will
parents in the past year and said o y t nd
this restraint has been instrumen- be withdrawn in the near
s r n hs bn future as well as private founda-
tal in creating a smooth operation t e mostly in the
at the schools. tion monies, used mostly in the
at the schools. Wewahitchka area.
In looking to the future, Craig
said efforts are now being made The Superintendent reported
on a state level to require county, five to ten new class rooms will
school systems to provide guidance be ready .at the Port St. Joe Ele-
personnel for elementary students mentary School next year, depend-,
and vocational specialists for -high. ing. on: moriey available. The
classrooms,'will be'built with state
Sn lo bond money available to Gulf
rS. anieiS HOSteSS county. The schooll plans to move
To K a Chater all classrooms' out ,f the old ele-
To Kappa Chapter mentary school to the new-site by
Mrs. Shirley Daniels was hostess,next. school year.'
to ,the Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter' Frank Pate,,'local Shell oil and
of.Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday night Firestone dealer was, inducted into
of last week. the club as a new member.-
President Margaret Biggs presid- Guest of the club was Charles
President Margaret Biggs presid- Dagg -of Affer, Canada.
ed over the business meeting in
which plans to attend the Valen-
tine Ball in Panama City were dis-
e e over tne Dusiness meeting anm
led the members in repeating the
The program on "The History of
Art" was presented by Freda Ja-
cobs. She discussed several histor-
ical facts beginning with Phehis-
toric Art and ending with Ameri-
During the social hour the host-
ess served delicious refreshments
of valentine candy, punch, nuts
and a heart-shaped cake with "Our
Hearts Are In Beta Sigma Phi",
written on it .
Saturday morning Tillie McKier-
nan and Eloise Norris surprised.
their' Beta Sigma Phi sisters within
a "come as. you are" breakfast.
The lihostesses found that several'
of their sisters were not early ri-
seis but fun .and fellowship was
enjoyed by all.
CARD 6F THANKS .
I would like to' take this means
of thanking the hospital 'staff for
their kindness to me while I was
in the hospital. My special thanks
goes to Dr. Joe Hendrix. May God
bless you all.
Miss Barbara Brown ,local ar-
,tist, has returned from Mobile,,
Alabama, where she"wa an ex-"
'hibitor' in an art show at the Bel-
air Mall. The exhibit featured
the creativity and skill of handi-
capped artists and practically all
media of art was represented in
.diverse, settings and frmns.
Mrs. Rosemarie Childress, art
director of the Rotary Rehabili-"
Station Center was tjfkbostes.'
- James Chichester of Lynn Ha-
ven, artist and author, is Bar-
T bara's instructor.
Barbara, daughter of Mrs
Katherine Brown, is ,shown here
with the painting she entered.
'DOROTHY RUSTIN WILLIAMS
Dorothy Rustin Williams is Valentine Queen for Eta Upsilon
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi.
Dorothy resides"g t '904 Tenth Street, Port St. Joe, and is mar-
ried to Glenn W. Williams who is employed with the Florida First
* National' Bank. .
The couple morvebio Port St. Joe in 1966 from Chipley. They
. have two children. Troy,. age seven and Regina, age, three.
The, lovely queeni-will represent her chapter at the annual
..Valentine Ball in Panama City to be held February 12. The Ball
is presented by the Panama City Beta Sigma Phi City Council.
She is a very activee -member and is president of her chapter.
Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has elected
Mrs. Greta Freeman Valentine Queen for 1972.
Greta, wife of Robert Freeman, has been a member of Beta
Sigma Phi since 1961. During her more than 10 years of service,
she has held most'of the offices in the Sorority, incTuding that of
president, vice-presIdent, recording and corresponding secretary,
extension office, Civil Defense, historian and parliamentarian. She
has twice been voted by her sorority sisters for the honor of "Girl
of the Year" for outstanding service and accomplishments.
Greta, the mother. of five children, has had an outstanding
attendance record,,which includes seven years of perfect attendance.
The nominee will represent her chapter at the Valentine Ball
in Panama City Saturday, February 12, and also in the National
Valentine Queen contest of Beta Sigma Phi.
Xi Epsilon Kappa is honored to present Greta as their rep-
resentative. The Sorority feels that she is an asset to the organiza-
tion and the community.
Vocational Office Education Class
Having Open House Friday Afternoon
The Vocational Office Education The clerical student receives cre
class is having an Open House Fri- dit for business English and office
day, February 11, from 9:00 until' practice.
10:30 a.m., at the Port St. Joe High To be eligible for the Vocationa
School. All local businessmen and Office Education program, stu
parents of the V.O.E. students are dents must have had Typing
invited to attend, prior to entering the program anm
one year of bookkeeping or be tak
The Vocational Office Education ing it concurrently.
plan is a specialized instructional The students who are participate
method designed for high school ing in the program this year are
seniors, consisting of a two-hour Desda Harper, Pam Burch, Terr
block for clerical students which Middleton, Nancy Money, Sherr
provides training consisting of or- Chason, Judy Schweikert, Broot
ganized classroom learning exper- Ann Boyd, Susan Samson, Vick
iences in specific office activities. Bass and Ahnie Parker.
The next meeting, February 15,
will be a joint meteing with Eta
Upsilon Chapter featuring Dr. Shir-
ley Simpson as the guest speaker.
MRS. NED S. PORTER
The name of Louise Porter is
synonymous with many things,
but to most of us who are here
tonight the name spells "His-
tory", because to us Mrs. Porter
was "Mrs. St. Joseph Historical
Someone has said that "Com-
mitment is 'evidence of our
Faith; involvement is evidence
of our Hope; service is evidence
of our. Love." During the 13
years of the society's existence,
Louise was committed to the at-
tainment of its goals, involved
in all the phases of its program,
and service was the keynote of
A charter member and one
of the founders of the society,
Louise had a large part in formu-
lating the rules of procedure and
setting up the by-laws. Having
served as chairman of the Old
Cemetery committee, it was nat-
ural that she be selected as its
first president, and' she contin-
ued in this office for five consec-
utive years, In the years that fol-
lowed she served on the Old
Cemetery committee and she al-
so served several terms as vice-
president, the office she was
holding at the time of her death
only a few short weeks ago. In-
volved in all the projects of the
society, she was dedicated to
the beautification and preserva-
tion of all the historical sites in
this area and to placing authen-
tic markers on these sites, as
well as the most effective dis-
play of our historic treasures.
Many of the worthwhile projects
of the society ,of the Gulf Coun-
ty Historical Commission and of
the Advisory Council to the
Constitution Memorial Museum,
were inspired by this remarkable
woman, and we remember with
pride that it was she who nam-
ed two of the streets of our
city, Allen Memorial Way and
Gautier Memorial Lane.
Louise Porter was a true his-
torian, author of "Pasqua Flor-
ide", a lovely book of poetry'
which was published several
years ago, and author also of sev-
eral fine volumes in prose which
have not yet been published. In
collaboration with C h a r 1 es
Smith, she wrote a sketch-history
of the signers of the Constitu-
Service? Louise Porter was a
loyal member, a faithful friend,
e a beautiful soul.
(Read at the annual meeting
a1 of the St. Joseph Historical So-
i- city of Port St. Joe, Florida,
I February 5, 1972.)
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank Dr.
Simpson, the staff of the Munici-
pal Hospital and our friends for
their kindness during the illness
and death of our loved one.
May God bless each of you.
The Family of
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 PAGE FIV .
Top Bty Scbut Recruiters
Star recruiters for Troop 47
4fall round-up; Randy Dewitt and
i.I D'ayis, wion an all-day tour
of E lin'AFB on February 5 as
~ste. .reward. for their recruiting
The picture above shows
Scoutmaster Raymond Lawrence
presenting the boys with certifi-
cates of recognition signed by
Col. William R. Morton, USAF.
'Col. Morton is the Commander
of Eglin and served as round-up
chairman for the Gulf Coast
Council this year.
Shrove Tuesday Time
For Pancake Supper
St. James Episcopal Church is
"having its annual Shrove Tuesday
Pancake Supper on Tuesday, Feb-
Supper prices are 50c for chil-
dren, 75c for students and. $1.00
for adults. The supper will be held
:from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Every-
one is invited to attend.
Scout-0O-Rama Will Highlight Scout
Anniversary Celebration 'In Port St. Joe
A Scout-O-Rania will be the
highlight 6f February activities
for TrooA"47, which is sponsored
by the Port. St. Joe Rotary Club.
The event will be held as part
of the a.niversaiy celebration of
the Boy Scouts of America .to
celebrate the 62nd birthday of
the nations largest youth organ-
ization, according to Raymond
Lawrence says that instead of
taking the local troop .to the
District Scout-O-Rama to be held
in Panama City, Troop 47 will
put on its own program here at
home. This will give local par-
ents, friends and supporters of
the Scouting movement a chance
to see first hand some of the
many skills the boys learn thru
The date for the Scout-O-Rama
has been set for February 19.
This event will take place on the
vacant lot next to the City Hall
on Reid Avenue and Fifth Street.
Work on the projects will begin
at 9:00 a.m. and continue
throughout the day until 4:00
Each of the three projects will'
be sponsored by a patrol. The
Eagles are going to demonstrate
their ability in camp .making.
The Panthers will demonstrate
some wilderness engineering
projects one of which will be a
monkey bridge. The bridge will
be open to visitors who wish to
test their agility. The Crows will
show what can be done over a
campfire in the Crow's kitchen.
Samples will be given to visitors
and there will be plenty of good
hot camp coffee-.
Chitterlings 10 lbs. $4.90
Cured Shank-Lb. Butt-Lb.
HAM -------55c 59c
School DCT Program Helps Prepare
Students for Following Occupation
T h e Diversified Cooperative training for a total of five hours them. the student with an insight into the
Training program may be describ-I credit. These credits may all be Student and community needs general aspects of the occupational
ed as a flexible plan for training used for college entrance should a have necessitated the establish- world in a vein that applies to any
high school seniors of employable student decide to continue his edu- ment of the cooperative approach type occupational training. Gener-
age in a variety of occupations by national pursuits. Credits in DCT in education. This concept com- al Related Study delves into basic
utilizing the businesses of the are considered as electives and bines classroom instruction with problems common to any occupa-
community and industrial estab- are vocational education credits. on-the-job training. Thousands of tion and is a realistic life approach
lishments as training agencies. students have been trained by this to living in a work-a-day world.
This program is accomplished by The hours spent on the job con- method. Cooperating business com- The "Specific Related Study" or
dividing the school day into four sist of a series of work experiences munities have given the excellent "Directed. Study" approach is that
hours of classroom study and three planned by the coordinator in co- on-the-job 'training opportunities portion of the course that deals
or four hours of work in the cho- operation with the employer or that have resulted in successful primarily with the theoretical as-
sen occupation of the student, training supervisor. The work ex- employees .as well as professional, pects of a specific job. An analysis
Of the four hours spent in periences comprise a schedule of technical and self-employed per- of each job is made to determine
school, two hours are devoted to processes involved in the operation sons. each facet of activity that consti-
required high school subjects such and successful carrying out of the Diversified Cooperative Training tutes such a job. From this analy-
as English and history which will occupational requirements. When (commonly referred to as DCT) sis a schedule of activities is then
enable the student to graduate with a student has reached the degree has been ;in operation in the State develoed which will, enable the
his class. The other two hours are of skill known as "production le- of Florida since 1933. It is one of student to correlate his in-school
devoted to study related to his oc- vel" in a process, he is moved on the co6opeiative programs now in study with what be is actually do-
cupation .under tl1e supervision of to the next work experience. These operation and is the only program ing 'his job at a'given time. The
his teacher-coordinator. experiences are directly correlated in,which students-may be employ- cla-boo thus becomes a teaching-
Srit r with theanalysis of the job and ed in a diversity of training oppor- researh4 enter with the job train-
The student receives credit 'for thbi'i-h ci t 'dy known 'i6 di-
his studas one credit dy knownAsdi- tuities. All other cooperative me- ing servniag as the training labor.
for each subject taen, one credit rected stud thod programs in Florida are spe- tory where theory is put into prac-
for DCT general related study, one While 'on the job,: students are cialized and do not provide for the tice.
credit for directed study (or spe- considered as bona fide employees diversification of opportunity that The DCT program is thus. based
cific related study), and one cre- and must assume the responsibili- has become the "trademark" of on a.specific need-that of provid-
dit for his supervised on-the-job ties and duties of regular employ- DCT. ing effective on-the-job training
. --- ees in that occupation. Essentially, the DCT program en- correlated with related and :ssup-
deavort to provide each student an plempntal classroom instruction
St. James Women The student learner is paid a opportunity to receive training in for any deserving student. It also
wage commensurate to that earned an occupation in which he is in- provides an opportunity to streng-
fSet Silver Tea by a beginning employee in accord- terested and for which he has the then individual weaknesses while
ance with state and federal regula- potential aptitude. The course -in also expanding potential areas of
Women of St. James Episcopal tions. It should be emphasized, "General :Related Study" provides personal. aptitudes.
Church are having a valentine sil- however, that the primary objec-
ver tea and mini bazaar at the tive of the program is the occupa-
home of Mrs. L. L. Copenhaver, tional training received and that
1904 Monument Avenue. the program is not a program in
The affair is being held tomor- which students may find a job in
row afternoon between the hours order to earn extra money and get
of 3:30 and 5:30: out of school a half day.
The program enables the school.
to utilize the training facilities
Beach Businessmen and personnel of local businesses
Pl Fi at no cost to the school system;
__annn FiestaD va and on the other hand, employers
utilize the school's facilities for
Members of the Mexico Beach training employees at no cost to
Business Association are formulat-
ing plans for a big Ling Ding Fies-
ta Day to be held Saturday, May
Among the activities planned
for the day is a Flea Market un-
der the direction of Mrs. Helen St.
John at the Gulf Cabanas Motel.
Anyone willing to donate crafts
such as knits, art work, ceramics,
needle work or. any items of inter-
est are urged to contact Mrs. St. Ladies Winter League
John at 648-3121. Team 3 won three of four games
Thursday from Add-A-Room. Dot
Hamm was high bowler for Team
S3 with a 499 series. Pattie Holland
Christopher L. Cottrill had a 397 high series for Add-A-
Passes CPA Exams Smears No. 1 won all four games
I from. Campbell's. Dot O'Shall led
i In grades released this week Sears with a 386 series. Sue Moore
from Gainesville, the Florida State was high bowler for Campbell's
Board of Accountancy announces with a 382 series.
that 197 passed the November 1971 Player's Market took two and a
Examination for Certificied Public half games from Team No. 4 and
Accountant. i Team 4 took what was left. Mary
Candidates who successfully Whitfield had a 467 high series for
completed the examination and Players and Betty Hardon was high
to whom CPA certificates will be bowler for Team No. 4 with a 376
issued pending their completion series.
of one year apprenticeship with Standings W L
a licensed certified public accoun- Sears No. 1 ---------41% 14%
tant or completion of an additional Team 3 40 16
one year advanced college study in Add-A-Room ---------31% 24%
lieu of the one year experience re- Player's Market ------25% 30%
quirement includes Christopher L. Campbell's Drugs .. 24 32
CottrilT of Port St. Joe. Team 4 5% 50%
Tim Grandberry out-jumps Walton High's Beasley for a rebound
in Friday night's action. Gary Speights, left, is ready for the ball
on the floor. -Photo by David McDermott
Monthly Electric Meter Reading Dates Vary
Question: Why Isn't my electric meter read on the,
same day each month?
Answer: Our monthly meter reading schedule varies
because of weekends, holidays, etc. This
means that the number of days for which
you are billed can vary from 29 to 33 each
Question: How many employees does Florida Power
Answer: The company has 2,779 regular employees.
They are located throughout our 32-county
service area so chances are that one or
more of them are friends or neighbors of
Question: When I take my dishes and glassware out of
my dishwasher, they are spotted. Is this the
fault of the dishwasher?
Answer:- No. Your dishwasher is not causing the
spotting. Dishwasher detergents are made
from different formulas, and they react dif-
ferently depending on how hard the water
is in your area. Keep trying different brands
until you find the one that works best. If
your dishwasher has a rinse agent ejector,
this will help, too.
question: Does Florida Power have films that they will
Answer: Yes. The company maintains a film library,
and schools, civic clubs and other groups
may borrow films from this libraiV" The
titles of the films available may be obtained
at our district offices.
Question: We have an electric range, and I need some
instructions on how to operate it. Will Flor
Ida Power home economists help?
Answer; We will be happy to help. Just call our local
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Medium EGGS 2 doz. 89c Tomatoes -----5 cans $1.00
U. S. No. 1 White Double Luck Cut No. 303,. Cans
POTATOES 10 lbs. 49c Green Beans ----4 cans 59c
2 Pound Bag Tall Cans Jack
Yellow Onions bag 29c Mackerel -----4 cans $1.00
Fresh First Cut--LB. Rib Cut--LB. Loin Cut-LB.
Pork CHOPS 59c 89c 99c
Fresh Griound older
Hamburger 3 Ibs. $1..69 Round Steak ------b. 99c
Ga. Grade 'A' Delicious
Whole FRYERS 1 lb. 29c Chuck Roast --.-t b. 69c
Fresh Medium -Semi-Boneless
ork Ribs -- Ib. 59c 7-Bone Steak --- lb 79c
Frosty Morn All M All Meat
Bologna --- b. 59c Stew 'Beef -- Ib. 97c
Pork Good Heavy Beef
Neck-Bones 4 Ibs. 89c Rump Roast- lb. 97c
Fresh. Fresh Pork
Pg Feet -----3 lbs. 89c Pan Sausage------b. 59c
P.AGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972
This project may be financed in
Leg' I part by a grant from the Environ-
mental Protection Agency and
\W dv shall be referred to as "Project
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS The contractor must comply
BID NO. 124 with the President's executive or-
Sealed bids will be received by der numbers 11246 and 11375
the City Commission of the City which prohibits discrimination in
of Port St. Joe, Florida, in the employment for reasons of race,
City Clerk's office in the Munici- creed, color, sex or national ori.
pal Building until 4:00 P.M, EST, gin.
'February 15, 1972, to be opened at The contractor must certify that
the regular City Commission meet- they do not and will not maintain
ing at 8:00 P.M., EST, for the fur- or provide for their employees any
fishing of all necessary labor, facilities that are segregated on a
tools, materials and equipment as' basis of race, color, creed or na.
required to procure, fabricate,' tional origin.
erect and install, ready for oper-i The contractor will be subject
nation, a thirty-five milon gallon to the Labor Standards and Wage,
per. day Secondary Wastewater Decisions of the Davis-Bacon Act.
"Tieatment Plant. The latest wage decisions and la-
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you need your muffler now, and It hau to, li rght
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meeting exhaust system needs k a o part e ori u
business. That's why INSTANT AVAI a uf'Mie ,
pipes and accessories for alltypes of'vehleo FMT 1i
the right quality, dgmfit a rightit I pric has ade
No. 1 exhaust system supply ore IIts aM
MUFFLERS PIPES ACCLSSOKIEI
DISTRIBUTED IN THIS AREA Imt
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
201 Long Avenue Phone 227-2141
'/. ;; '/
bor standards are part of the pro-
Plans and specifications for the
project are available at the office
of the City's Engineers, Smith-
Davis & Associates, Inc., Lakeland,
Florida, at a cost of $200.00 per
set. Checks should be made pay-
able to Smith-Davis & Associates.
Any qualified responsible con-
tractor, licensed in the State of
Florida, may bid on this job. The
contract will be awarded to the
lowest and best bidder as deter-
mined by the City Commission and
meeting all terms and conditions
of the specifications. The City re-
serves the right to reject any and
all bids, and reserves the .right to
waive any irregularities or infor-
malities in the bidding process if
said irregularities and informali-
ties are not of a substantial nature.
No bid may be withdrawn for a
period of sixty (60) days.
A Bid Bond or Cashier or Certi-
fied Check in the amount of Twen-
ty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00)
must accompany each bid.
CITY of PORT ST. JOE
C. W. BROCK 1-27
City Auditor and Clerk 3t
NOTICE OF SALE
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
will sell to the highest bidder the
following personal property under
the conditions set out below:
One (1) tin building, 60' x 320'
composed of an open shed area
and a closed-in tool room and
work shop. This building is the
old Gulf County Mosquito Con-
trol Warehouse and Shop at
Kenny's Mill. The building must
be moved from this location on
or before March 31, 1972.
A certified check in the amount
of your bid must be attached to
The building, can be inspected
by contacting C. E. Daniell,. Gulf
County Mosquito Control Super-
Bids will b.e received until 7:30
p.m., February 22, 1972, at the
office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida.
BOARD of COUNTY
GULF COUNTY, FLA.
F. R. PIPPIN, Jr., Chmn.
"Midget Investments Wit'
To Homemakers Of
Port St. Joe and
Domestic Laundry and Cleaners is now
serving many homemakers in your area
on both Tuesday morning and Friday
morning. We're providing FREE pick-
up and delivery and quality, profes-
sional dry cleaning and laundering ser-
So call on Domestic. the professionals
Laundry and Cleaners
High School Art Teacher Has One
Man Exhibition In Gulf Courthouse
FIRST UNITED METHODIST- CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .............. ---------5:45 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
John F. Keller has a one man j graduated from Hollywood Flor- N E RA l H
show displayed during the month ida's McArthur High School in F U N E
of February 8:30 to 5:00 in the 1966, from Miami Dade Junior Col-
Gulf County Courthouse in the lege in 1968, majoring in fine arts and Ambulance Se
county school Superintendent's of- and architectural drawing. He re-
fices. He covers a wide scope of ceived his Bachelor of arts educa- FULLY EQUIPPED AMBU
materials and techniques ranging tion degree from FSU Tallahassee FULLY EQUIPPED AMBL
from six oil and acrylic paintings: in 1970. His internship for teach- With All Emergency, First A
three pencil and pen and ink draw- ing was at the John F. Kennedy
ings to stitchery. Mr Keller's ver- Jr. High in Clearwater. His first Two Qualified Attendants A
satility and mastery in the use of year of teaching was in Tallahassee
media and creative expression is at Rickards High School (1970-71).
shown in the compositions that are During the summers he has worked
unusual and will be of great in- in various capacities in the art M E D I C A R E AP P
terest to the art lovers of the com- field, and with the A. D. Weiss;
munity. The public is cordially in- Company, Miami, Flroida in Litho-I
vited to come and enjoy the work graphy. His work has been shown,
of this talented artist of our com- in public exhibitions at Miami Art 507 10th Street
munity. Gallery, Springtime Art Festival, Phone 227-2491
Mr. Keller is at present teaching Tallahassee and the FSU student
art in Port St. Joe High School. He Exhibition at the University. i
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Fryer Backs -lbs.88
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C EIT ifH tTAR, Port St. Jo',Fllorida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 92
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
In Re: Estate of
FRANK P. BANKS,
NOTICE OF ANCILLARY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF FRANK P.
You are hereby notified that a
.written instrument purporting to
-be. the Last -Will and Testament
ot" said decedent has been admitted
to probate in this Court by Ancil-
lary Probate Processdings. The ori-
ginal.Will :was admitted for Pro-
bate in General Court f, Justice,
Superior Court Divisioi, in the
County of Mecklenburg,.tate of
You are hereby commanded
within Six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice to appear in
said Court and show cause, if any
you can, why the action of said
Court in admitting said will to pro-
bate should not stand unrevoked.
SAM P. HUSBAND
In Re: Estate of
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
Herein each of you are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims or demands which
either of you have or way have a-
gainst the Estate of Frank P.
Banks, deceased, late of Mecklen-
burg County, North Carolina to the
Honorable Sam P. Husband, County
Judge. of Gulf County, Florida, and
ouitfiiuse in ,Port 7s9. Joe,'tGulfl
County, Florida, within six months
from the date of the first publi-
cation hereof, said claim or demands which
eimands to contain the legal address
ofgai the claimant and to be wof FrankP.
toanks, deceanted, lasafof Mecklea orn-
the same will be barred.
This the 20th day eof January,
W. L. BAILEY
And to contlary Executor of he
to Last -Will and Testament of
This the 20th dtionay :of January27,
THAncillary Executor of the
In Re: Estatd4f
TO: All creditors and Testamnsent oh-
ing claims or demanksairhiti't
You, and each of you, are hereby
Brake, deceased, in the office of
Sam P. Husband, County Judge, at
his office in the Courthouse at
Port St. Joe, Florida, within six
calendar months from January 27,
1972, which is the date of the first
notified to file in duplicate all
claims and' demands which you
have against the estate of Bobby
publication of this Notice. Each
claim or demand must be in writ-
ing, must state the place of resi-
dence and post office address of
the cP. Husimant, must be sworn to
and must be filed as aforesaid, or
else same will become void.
have agadminstra the estate of Bobby
JOHN B. MApublcation of this Notice. Each
and must be filed ands aforWinesaid, PorA.
Attorneys for Administratrix
P. O. Box 918 4t-1-27
Auburndale, Florida 33823
Notice of Fictitious Name
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business inder the fictitious name
of GULF SANDS MOTEL at St.
Joe Beach in Gulf County, Florida,
intend to register the name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida.
WILLIAM E. CRAWFORD
CATHERINE I. CRAWFORD
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND TOR GULF
In Re: Estate of
LOUISE M. PORTER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
You, and each of you, are hereby
SPECIALS FOR .
Wed., Thurs., Fi., Sat. Feb. 9, 10, 11, 12\
1. BIG CASH SAVINGS!
2. S&H GREEN STAMPS!
IAVE A RBMANEE WITH
b VALENTINE SPEEIA
Georgia Grade 'B' WHOLE
Round Steak ------b. $1.19
Cubed Steak--- Ilb. $1.19
Loin Ribs------- lb. 69c
Denver Oven Meaty Lean
Beef Roast --------lb. $1.19 Pork Backbone ------lb. 69c
Broil Steaks-------lb. $1.19
Quartered-Breast lib. 37c Round Steak- lb. $1.29,
Quartered Thighs -- lb. 35c
Ga. Grade 'A' Fresh
Salt Pork -----
Slab Bacon -----
Sirloin Tip Sliced
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- Ib. 44c Broil Steak --------lb. $1.29
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SBrdseye Frozen 9 oz. can Fleshmahn 01 lbctn S4m .Peach,. orS'barry, 18 oz.
* Orange Plus- -55c .Regular Oleo 49c Preserves 2 jars 88c
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Parade Brand 16 oz. cans
BARTLETT 'PEAR HALVES 3 cans 99c
Parade Brand 29 oz. cans
YELLOW CLING PEACH HALVES ----
Parade Brand 29 oz. cans
YELLOW CLING PEACH SLICES
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Hunt's 20 oz. bottles
TOMATO KETCHUP -
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WHOLE TOMATOES -
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3 cans $1.00
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lb. 29c Fresh
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notified and required to file any ficent copies of his claim to en- ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN you can, why the action of said tools, materials and equipment as must accompany each bid.
notified and required to file any ficientcopies of h cto one THE ESTATE OF FRANK P. Court in admitting said will to tractor, licensed in the State of CITY of PORT ST. JOE
claims and demands which you, or able the County Judge to mai probate should not stand unrevok-Florida, may bid on this job. The C. W. BROCK
either of you, may have against the to the personal representative. IBANKS: C. R C lr ;
estate of Louise M. Porter, de- Dated January 21st, A.D. 1972. You are hereby notified that a ed. contract will be awarded to the City Auditor and Clerk 3t
ceased, late of Gulf County, Flor- THE FLORIDA NATIONAL written instrument purporting to /s/ SAM P HUSBAND 4t lowest and best bidder as deter-
ida, in the office of the County BANK OF JACKSONVILLE be the Last Will and Testament of COUNTY JUDGE 1-20 mned by the City Commission andED ADS
Judge of Gulf County, County Executor of the Last will said decedent has been admitted Gulf County, Florida meeting all terms and conditions CLASSIFIED ADS
Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Gulf' and Testament of to probate in this Court by Ancil- of the specifications. The City re- "idget investment Wi
County, Florida, within six months LOUISE M. PORTER lary Probate Proceedings. The NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS ,serves the right to reject any and
from the date of the first publica- 4t-1-27 original Will was admitted for BID NO. 124 all bids, and reserves the right to Giant Return#
tion of this notice. Probate in General Court of Jus- Sealed bids will be received by. waive any irregularities or infor-
Each claim or demandmust be IN THE COUNTY jUDGE'S twice, Superior Court Division, in the City Commission of the City malities in the biddingal process if
in writing, and must state'the place COURT IN AND FOR GULF the County of Mecklenburg, State of Port St. Joe, Florida, in the ties aid irre not of a substantial nature. PINES!
of residence and post office add- COUNTY, FLORIDA. of North Carolina. City Clerk's office in the Munici- Sn o Ttll
ress of the claimant. and must be IN RE: ESTATE of FRANK P. You are hereby commanded pal Building until 4:00 P.M., EST, I No bid may be withdrawn for a Stand Tall
sworn to by the claimant, his a- BANKS, DECEASED. within six (6) calendar months' February 15, 1972, to be opened at period of sixty (60) days. In Florida's
gent, or his attorney, or it will be NOTICE OF ANCILLARY from the date of the first publica- the regular City Commission meet- A Bid Bond or Cashier or Certi- .i
void according to law. PROBATE PROCEEDINGS tion of this Notice. to appear in ing at 8:00 P.M., EST, for the fur- fled Check in the amount of Twen- Puturel
Each creditor shall deliver suf- THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO said Court and show cause, if any nishing of all necessary labor, ty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00)
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY10, 1972 PAGE NINE
Private Insurance Companies Have
No Access To Medicare Records
Florida 'Residents, Not Visitors Are
Cause of Most of State's Accidents
TALLAHASSEE The Florida 9.7 percent
Some people mayt;be confused The names of some private health Medicare is Government health Highway Patrol said today that lo- tal accident
by advertising which suggests that insurance companies may suggest a insurance for people 65 and over. cal residents, not out-of-state dri- drivers. Ov
some private health insurance Government connection." If you have a question about vers, are involved in the great drivers invc
plans have an official connection private health insurance advertise. majority of accidents in the State. we
with Medicare, according to Dvid The fn ing that involves Medicare, caller Colonel Reid Clifton, Director their home.
Rgbinson, Social Security Field Re- Medicare records arne confidential visit your social security office, Ro- of the Florida Highway Patrol said,
Presentative for Gulf unty. ies do not have access to Medi- nson stated "Even though out-of-state vehicles "Instead
Some advertising c ay suggest care records. Even if the company The Panama City Social Security entering Florida .putnumber vehi- with the to
tot -Medicare reoar" hs aoins is a Medicare carrier or intermie- Office is at 1316 Harrison Ave. cles registered ii the State by al- do, we mig]
said. "SoM e may useeielopes sim- diary, its authorized employees are Toll free phone service is available most 2-to-1, the vast majority of our driving
ilr to the envelopes msel t6 send. restricted in their use of the Me- by dialing the operator and asking accidents involve Florida drivers." prove otr c
out monly social secyityh qq dicare records." for' WX-4444. Patrol records show that only Colonel Clii
of the State's 1971 fa-
ts involved out-of-state
er 68 percent of the
ilved in fatal accidents
re within 25 miles of
of laying the blame
urists as some drivers
hit take a close look at
habits and try to im-
iwn record," concluded
by SHANNON SMITH
Home Grounds Specialist
University of Florida
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Sultana Quick Frozen-11 oz. "Super-Right', Western Beef Chuck %
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R pe a n a n a s .... Pure Vegetable All Purpose Spoecal
Frfsh,Crisp Special! #80Size Special I 6 Bottle
York Apples....... 445c Temple Oranges.. 10/59c All Flavors (Except Orange-Apricot) A&P Brand Special,
frh rm Speciall All Purposp Special' Fruit Drinks A 4 379.
Anjou Pears.... 4u.$1.00 Yellow Onions.... 3 29c Fruit Drinks "
Jane Parker Cinnamon Rolls or Jelly or Pinc- Top
F0 0 D Sweet Rolls..... 3? v .00
Meat, Liver, Fish Jane Parker Marble or Crescent Special!
or Chicken Flavor Pound Cakes ..... ... 45c
15I2 Oz. Can Jane Parker Reg., Sandwich or Extrc .in Sliced
10 White Bread.........4 $1.00
Prices'in this ad are good throt'uh Saturday,
Feb. 12, 1972 in the folc- .ng stores:
Store Addresses .Here
revived the old discarded Humus
Theory of Albrech Thaer that
the true food of plants is organic
matter. This justification for using.
organic matter may well be the
"great snow job" of the century.
To bring us up-to-date, I would
like to quote an editorial by Dr.
B. E. Day, Associate Director, Ag-
ricultural Experiment Station, Un-
iversity of California.
"Organic gardening is riding a
new wave of ecology-stimulated
popularity. Most popular magazines
have run articles about the sub-
ject and television has covered it
extensively. Treatments of the sub-
ject range from minor use of un-
conventional terminology to de-
scribe ordinary gardening prac-
tices, to outpouring of pure non-
sense. Television programs pro-
claim the virtues of organically
grown produce and denounce as
less nutritious or even harmful,
food growth with synthetic or
"chemical" plant nutrients."
"Organically grown produce is
alleged to be superior because of
the natural benefits obtained
through organic plant, nutrients
from composts and manures. This
is total nonsense. With the ex-
ception of a few parasitic plants,
higher plants do not utilize organic
nutrients. Plants require water,
carbon dioxide, and several inor-
ganic ions and nothing more.
Water, air and a few simple salts
constitute a complete nutritional
environment for green plants and
it is inmaterial whether these in-
gredients are supplied from decay-
ing compost or from a mine or
"Green plants are "complete"
biochemical factories and require
no food in the usual sense, only
raw materials. Plants grown in
water to which nutrient salts have
been added are identical in ap-
pearance( taste and food value
with plants grown in the richest
soil. Nutrients derived from decay-
ing organic matter are neither bet-
ter, nor worse, than nutrients
from other sources."
"Formerly most people lived on
the land, fed 'their livestock and
consumed their food and returned
the wastes, containing the extract-
ed plant nutrients back to the land.
Nowadays processing and com-
sumption .of farm products is
largely concentrated in and around
the big cities of the world. The
consumption centers are isolated
from the production centers, and
although the cities face virtual
suffocation in their own moun-
tains of nutrient-rich wastes, it is
cheaper to extract or manufacture
new nutrients than to recapture
those spewed back into the en-
vironment by the consumer."
"This situation provides a realis-
tic rationale for organically grown
food. We should strive to complete
Ihe loop in the nutrient cycle and
'recycle as much of our plant nu-
trients as we can back to the land
after each use. For this and many
other reasons the obvious and sen-
sible place to put our plant and
animal wastes in most instances is
back into the soil."
"In a sense the advocates of the
organic way have been right all
along, but for the wrong reasons.
There are sufficient good reasons
for organic farming, without giving
credit or credence to the phony
claims made by cultists. For my
part, to be right for the wrong
reasons is very close to being
We want men in this area.
Train to buy cattle, sheep
We will train qualified men
with some livestock experi-
ence. For local interview,
write today ,with your back-
ground. Include your full
address and phone number.
CATTLE BUYERS, INC.
Kansas City, Mo. 64111
THE STAR, Port St. Jot, Florda THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW Defense Petitions
ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION: I
nCourt to Dismiss
L For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
' consistent with quality and the personal attention you
i can always depen.iupon, bring your prescriptions to
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams 'Aveniue Phone 227-4371
Drive-In Window vicee .Plenty of Free Parking
Sharks Cost To 84-60 Victory
Over Liber County High School
Port St Joe ran 'p2 15 point Quinn, 14-1-29; Speigh
first quarter lead against Liberty Barnes, 11-3; Qharles,
County Monday night and coast- on, 0-1-1; White, 1-0-2.
ed the rest of the way to an 84-
60 win. : -Liberty Co.1-G. Rev
: Sandy Quinn sctred- 29 points Butcher, 3-1; Mo
of th.e Sharks whii' J Stanley, 3-5-11; Bru
and Tm Grand t:oo. G. Revell 0-0-0; Bilbo 0-0-0; Pet-
and Tim Grandberry followed 1
with 14 and 13 points respective- ty 1-0-2. --
ly. Gene Revell headed the Buill- q
dogs with 18,. Tomorrow night, the Sharks
:. Score by quarters: "will entertain Chipley here in
Fort St. Joe 23aI9 19 24-84 Port St. Joe. Saturday night,
Liberty Co. 812 1'6 4-60 they will visit ini 'Blountstown.
Port St. Joe-Belin 6-2-14; Bry- Tuesday North Florida Chiistian'
ant, 1-46; Grandberry, 4-5-13; will come here.
A Good Year To
Plant Pine Trees
This is a good year for farmers in the availability of forest pr"-
to consider important- conserva- ducts including lumber, poles, ply-
tion measures of, planting forest' wood, plup and paper, and the re-
trees or i.iproving their timber lated by-products.. While meeting'
stands. This. announcement came these demands for wood prodlitts,"
today from Leslie Cobb Executive the trees will provide soil and
Director of the '"ay'4'anklin-Gulf water conservation benefits, habi-
County Agricultural' :tabilization tat for wildlife, recreation areas,
and Conservation Service office, in and enhance the environment,"
the light "of new emphasis being Cobb said.' .
given 'forestry practices under the
Rural Environment Assistance Pro- Last year Bay and Gulf county
farmers Improved. or planted 184
gram (REAP). acres of trees for cost-share assis-
According to the latest United tance to $4262. "This'is far less
States Department of -Agriculture than the conservation needs inven-
figures, sixty percent, of the State's tory indicates should be' devoted to
land area is classified' 'as forest forestry practices," Cobb said.'
lands. Only one-fouhi of'"this -land'
is 'well stocked. T 'report also The County Executive Director
shows that over sixteen.p.ercent of I urged that farmers who plan to
the State's farmland should be- complete forestry practices during.
lifted from its present use arid 1972 and want cost-share assistance
put into timber. should file their request now even
pt. though the work will not be done
Funds appropriated by Congress until fall. By filing early, the coun-
for the REAP are appd rtioned to ty committee will be better able
states based on there codkervation to evaluate and adjust the county
needs' The consertatairn.needs in- funds to meet the need. He pointed
ventory report released by USDA' out that under the REAP the Fe-
in 1971 indicates that over twenty- deral Government usually shares
.five percent of the State's $3,440, on a 50-50 cost-share basis with the
000 allocation 'should be used on farmer, but in the case of forestry
forestry practices,, practices, because of the long term
"The State's forestid lands are a conservation benefits, the cost-
vital 'natural resource, and much share is 80 percent by the Federal
of our marginal land- and small Government. Cost are shared on
acreage are not being properly uti- land preparation, cost of planting
lized. Development of these lands stock, and actual planting costs.
will provide a substantial increase In the case of timber stand im-'
provement, costs are shared on
t .G various 'improvement measures.
^ For further information contact
S" the county ASCS office located in
the Bay County Courthouse An-
A nex, 301 McKenzie- Ave., Panama
City. The telephone number is 785-
.* 4388 ... 3
.. ACLASIEDl ADSC
Miduet Invesiments That T'id
With the murder trial of Fred-
die Pitts and Wilbert Lee draw-
ing near, defense and prosecu-
tion attorneys began making
moves and counter moves in the
Fl6fidar Supreme Court this
Defense attorneys Irwin J.
Block and Phillip A. Hubbart of
Miami have filed writs of habeas
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Department of Health that the
county owed $11,585.18 in Medi-
caid payments for nursing home
and hospital care' 'for indigents.
from February 1970 to the pres-
ent date. 'The County has never
budgeted this item,
Received a letter from the
Highway Patrol statingthat sel-
dom did anyone have to wait for
more than. 30 minutes to get his
driver's test; in Port St. Joe. The
letter wag in answer to a letter
by Board Chiairman Rudy Pippin
complaining 'of the inconveni-
ence caused by the testing hours
and lack of sufficient examin-
corpus with the state high court
asking for the release of the two
men charged with the 1963 mur-
ders of Jesse Burkett and Gro-
ver Floyd here in Port St. Joe.
The defense attorneys claim
that the time allowed by. Judge
John Crews for, retrial of the
two, after their previous convic-
tion was dismissed has elapsed.
' The writ states that any further
pursuit of the case would amount
to double jeopardy.
Crews allowed 60 days for re-
indictment of 'the pair.
Assistant, State Attorney ILeo
Jones filed an answer to the
Supreme Court yesterday y laim-:
ing that Judge rws' order has
been met, and asks that the Su-
preme Court set aside the de-
fense motion prior to, the trial
date of February 21, when the
two men will go on trial in the
Jackson County Courthouse.
Jones notda -that the trial date
was set in iNlvember, well with-
in Judge Crews' time limits.
Jones also, pointed,'out that
Circuit Judge D. R. Smiiith had
nrp vouslniv nrl eon the sameD n-
Sgt. Hunter Killed
State Supreme i
Funeral services for S-Sgt.
James Charles Hunter, Jr., will be
M u der Charges held Friday frm the -Church of
God in Christ in Apalachicola. In-
tition of the defense by-passed terment will follow in the Barran-
the District Court of Appeals, cas National Cemetery in Pensa-
the proper procedure in such .* Rcola.i
matters. Graveside Rites I Sgt. Hunter, age 30, died Febru-
FJones claimed the move was pr o. .yorG D C O f bile accident in California. He was
merely for the purpose of delay- a graduate of Quinn High School,
ing the .trial. Apalaehicola,- in 1960: 'He: served
Jones asked the Supreme Graveside services were held 10' years witil the Marines and the
Court to act quickly on the mat- yesterday at 4:00 p.m. at Shiloah past five months in the U. S. Air
ter and said he expects an on Cemetery for Glenn D. Conoley, Force. He was a member and Sun-
swer within a week. age 28, of Scotts Ferry, who pas- day School teacher of the Church
swer witn a week. sed waay Tuesday morning in a of God in Christ.
Gadsden County hospital. Rev. I .
PARENTS CLUB TO Floyd Dennis, Pastor of the Pente-. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
MEET FOR DANCE costal Holiness Church of Abe Rita Hunter and two
Parents Without Partners, a Maryville, Calif.; parents, Mr. arid
new club in this area,. will have a Survivors include his father, Roy Mrs. James C. Hunter of Apalaci-
Valentine Dance, Saturday at 7:30 C. Conoley of Mexico Beach; a bro- cola; two sisters, Mrs. Irma Wedt
p.m. at the Lanark Club House in their, Roy C. Conoley, Jr., of Mexi- ley of Fort Lauderdale and Mrs.
Panama City. co Beach; one sister, Mrs. Brenda Rosa Bankhead of Tucson, Ariz.;
The club membership, a' nation- Richards of Overstreet randmo- two brothers, Samuel. and Henry
al Organization, is open to widows, their, Mrs. Grace Teat ofShioa Hunter, both, students at FSU in
idowers, divorced or separated and grandfather William Cono Tallahassee and several relatives
people. For, further information, ley of St. Petersburg. Port St. Joe.
call Evelyn Olsen, at the Sandman Comforter Funeral Home was in Kilpatrick Funeral Home is inx.
Motel, Mexico Beach, 648-7557. charge of arrangements. charge. of arrangements.
mm AL JL
tuitionn on the, same arguments,
S i and, ruled against the defense.
Historical He also poin d out that the pe- : '
ta FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Low FOR SALE: 1969 Datsun pick-upN
(Continued From Page 1) equity. Take up payments. Call truck with new engine'and fuel AMERICAN LEGION
bad in one's life is as much his- lub 2t9-2451 or 229-6201. pump. $750.00, Call 648-6896. tfc PANCAKE BREAKFAST
tory a s the good. Garde Serving Saturday, 6 to 9
story as the goo d ." FOR SALE: Breakfast set, $20.00. PROFESSIONAL HELPo with emo.
Rish closed his talk by empha- Mee T la Kenmore automatic w ash e r, tional problems and/or concerns. Trimmings
sizing that "We must use history TS oUUay $50.00. Call 227-3751. ip Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port $1.00
and not ilet history use us. We :St. Joe, Florida 229-3621 or Rev.
must not be self-satisfied with The Port St. Joe Garden Club WANTED TO BUY: Beach lot Sidney Ellis, 229-6599. -
our past accomplishments or dis- will meet inthe home of Mrs L zoned for mobile home. Water INCOME TAX SERVICE
consolate because of our failures, L. Copenhver, 1904 Monument view but not water front. Prefer FOR .SALE: 3 piece white living Certified by Federated Tax Ser-
but using our experiences, all of Ave., today, at, 3:00 p.m. St. Joe Beach or Beacon Hill room suite and two -end. tables. vice. Courteous, competent, confi-
them, both good and bad, push The guest,slpeaker for the meet- Beach. Please write 2026 Wahalaw Suitable for den. $20.00. Phone dential and conscientious. Have
on to better things." ing will be. Mrs. Ralph Carter of Nene, Tallahassee, Florida or call 227-5013. tfc-2-3 your tax form filled out accurately,
-- Chipley who will speak on "Mod- Tallahassee 877-2564 after 5:30 TRUCK DRIVING promptly and confidentially at low
ern Design, In Flower Arrange- p.m. 4tc-1-20 Exciting and profitable careers prices. Phone SHIRLEY T. WHIT-
TOUmament ment." await yoti in trucking. Tri-State FIELD, 229-9811, 8 a.m. to 5 P.m.;
------ FOR SALE can teach you the skills you need 229-3296 after 5 p.m. tfc2-
(Continued From Page 1) .' New, modern to start a new career driving a
.by four points in the third per- A BEACH HOUSE tractor-trailer. When you graduate NO. 1. DRIVE-IN THEATRE
iod, but that fatal fourth had | Water view- at Mexico Beach from Tri-State, you are job ready Apalachicola, Florida
'the 'Sharks shut off with only bLOI eV:. tfe Call 227-4636 1-27 'and certified under U.S. Depart-'
nine points while Crestview was ment of. Transportation rules and Friday & Saturday
burning the nets for 21.. FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with regulations. For an application and February 11 and 12
Sandy": Quinn led 'the. Sharks NOTICE TO RECIVE -BIDS "Sportseraft-boat-and trailer. See interview, call or write: Tri-Statq 2 BIG SHOWS -
with his '19 points. Jim Belin and BID NO. 125 at Sta ord's ocery, White City Driver Training, Inc., 2405.S. Mon-. From.the famous book
Kendrick Bryaht' each added 12; Sealed bids will be received by roe Street, Tallahassee, Floridaf "THE LOVE MACHINE"
Zack Pe kins scored 33 points to the City Commission of the City Your SHERWIN-WILIS..1' 32301, Phone 904-877-4139. 2t-2-3 ALSO ;
pace Crestview. of Port St. Joe, Florida, at the City PAINT Dealer in Fort S. Joe -- "1 WALK THE LINE"
Score y quarters: Clerk's office in the Municipal FREE PUPPIES-Part Collie. Vic Story of a Southern sheriff
Port St.,; Joe __ 14-8-16 9-57 Building until 4:30 P.M., EDT, Feb- Burke, White City.. Phone 229 andmoshiners with a girl
CrestView ... _-24' 8' 20 21-57 ruary 15, 1972, to be opened .at 6722. P lp involved. With Gregory Peck.
Port St. Joe-Belin, 5-2-12; Bry- the regular City Commission meet- CovE REDUCE safe and fast with GoBese
ant, :6-2; Grandberry, 3-1-7; ing at 8:00 p.M., EDT, for the fol- / T Tablets and E-Vap "water pills".
:Quinn; '-11% Speights, 3-1.7. lowing materials to be used in the CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 12t-2-3 FOR
Cre sview-Dlavis, 3-1-7; Smith proposed, Wastewater Treatment '
2.0-.6; Perkins, 12-9-33; Fronta- Plant to be constructed by the RAY' RM SHOP AMBULANCE SERVICE
neglio, 3-0-6; Coleman, 8-1-17; Al-. City HURLBUT FURNITURE h: .
len, 0-2;ahews, 1-2-3" diameter and over ductile rSCompl.el'opho!tery Service' In Wewahitchka and
0-2; Matthews, 1-2-4.and APPLIANCES "We ail* to please -iou St. 0o
"______ iron pipeline materials including 306 Reid Ave. very P St. Jo
fittings and all necessary joint ma- 602 arrison Ave. CALL -
terials. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment Phw 229-326
35 Inlans and specifications for ,,a,1 for couple only. Call 227-7341 Comforter Funeral Home
I 2 5 ,,n C U .!y materials are on file in the City aftdr.3:00 p.m. tfc-2-10 FOR CHAIN, LINK FENCE al 5
0 Clerk's office, City Hall, City of Emory Stephens., Free estimate
On Low Income Port St. Joe, Florida, and prospec- FOR RENT: Apartment for adults, Guarantee on labor and materials.
tive bidders will be furnished with Living room, bedroom, bath, kit- Low down payment. Phone 227- LADIE
There were 2,235 low-income said plans and specifications ;upon chen, breakfast nook. Phone 229- 7972. w i servicingES wigs and
Gulf County people on the U.'S. request ..' 1352. tfc-2-10 FIGHT FATIGUE with Zippies, hair pieces in my home. It
eatmet. ..As o- bidmayew arawnfor.athe great Jron pill. Only $1.98. YOU havewhumanyhairolr syn-
Departmen 'of Akgribulture's Do- Nobid aybe withdrawn for a FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 2- CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 6tO3 toly have sie ho dy ati
nated Foods program in November periods f o60daC un tsbedroomsousewithtwaserbdry low prie ee da.y at
as compared to 2,359'the previous awardsaContract for the mater- room house with washer, dry-
month, Russell H. James, Southeast ials in question prior to said time. er, autoeratic:00 p.m tfc-11-. Phone 227 WIGS FOR SALE -
regional administrator USDA's All prices will be F.O.B. desig- a C. P. Ethoreae CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
Food and Ntrition Service, U re- nated job, site, City of Port St. FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom 518 ThIrd Street 9-24 JANICE STOKES tfe
ports I Joe, Flordia. house. Furnished. Automatic P *or St. Jo*, Pl,.
Taking the state as a whole, A bid bond or cashier or certi- heat. 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc-1-20 Plumbing .and R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
James noted, there was an increase fied check in the amount of 5% Ele.rical Contractor Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
of 8,415 in the number on food as- of the bid must accompany each FOR RENT: One and two bedroom all for Free Esmte 1st and 3rd Mndays, 8 p.m. All
distance programs in November __bid. attractively furnished apart- visiting companions, welcome.
up from 402,202 in October to 410, The City reserves the right to ments. Cool in summer, warm in SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call WALTER GRAHAM H. P.
617. reject any and all bids, and re- winter. Gas heat, window fans. Board Grifin. Phone 22964 H T WEST Secretary
Most of the increase, he said, was serves the right to waive any irreg- They must be seen to be appreciat- or 229-2937
in the food stamp program, now ularities or informalities- in the ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
operating in 20 Florida counties, bidding process, if said irregulari- at WIMICO LODGE 'and TRAILER t THE AMERICAN LEGION, ibeet-
During the month, 175,775 persons ties and informalities are not of PARK. Phone 229-2413 or 648- ing first and third Monday nights,
were issued more than $4.2 million a substantial nature. 3101. tfc-10-28 KILPATRICK 8:00 p.m. American Legion IHome.
in food coupons. Of this amount, CITY of PORT ST. JOE, FOR RENT: Furnished large one Funeral Home THERE WILL BE a regular .
C. *.'"BROCK 1-27 FOR RENT: Furnished crge one FTHERE WILL BE a regular-lor-
over $3 million was in free or bedroom apartment with separ, andni unicationof .Port St. Joe Lodge
bonus stamps. This was 7,700 more City Auditor and Clerk 3t ate dining room, auto. heat and Ambulance Service No. ,F.n& A. M., every ost
than the number receiving stamps large yard. Phone 227-8536 after and Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
in October. NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME large yard. Phone 227-8536 after ompt-Effient-Courteous
James added that Florida's re- We the undersigned, being duly Telephone 22:00 p.m. t2411-25 Prompt-Efficient--Courteous2491
maining 47 counties have been de- sworn, do hereby declare under RO RENT: Fus hed bch HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
signed by FNS for the food stamp oath that the names of all persons ages. Reasonable monthly rate. HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
program, but the openings must interested in the business or pro. Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc FOY E.. ADAMS, W.M.
await the completion of prelimin- session carried on under the name
ary plans by state and federal of- of H&R BLOCK COMPANY, 225
ficials. Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
The number on the food distribu- and the extent of the interest of
tion program showed little change each, is as follows:
in November. A total of 6.4 mil- Kenneth M. Shaver. Extent of
lion pounds of USDA-donated food interest, 100%.
was distributed to 234,842 people. Is/ KENNETH M. SHAVER
____State of Florida
County of Gulf
PINES Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 18 day of January, 1972.
Stand Tall FRANK HANNON
tndFlTa's Notary Public, State of OFFICE SUPPLIES WE HAVE THEM, THE STAR
In Florida's Florida at large, My com-
Smission expires November
Future! 4, 1972. 4t-1-20