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"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for thf ApalachiFola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, IvYY
SEster Sunrise Servi
The Port St. Joe Ministerial Alliance rill sponsor
its Sixteenthr Annual Easter Sunrise Services i1 the Port
IJdesIigh, School Football Stadium Sunda io-ning.
III case oT inclemnent weather, the serve ces *ill be
hld in t.he High Shool Auditorium. "
=' ,'" 'he services will begin at 6:30 A.M tth-the
,E gh 8Elool .rass:,Choir playing the Prelud The.Con-
Segatign will open the services by sin gg 'Clirist
rose ., .
,presenting the Easter Sunrise sermon this y&Lar
be'Rev. Robert Cary, pastor., of the Highland View
urch Gf iod' Rey. 0. M.' Sell *ill give the Invditi6nh
'ad lea in repeating the Lbrd's.Pi yer. Rev/J. b, 3ft'i-
. I .
ces Wi Be Hld
ison will lead in the Responsive Reading. Rev. Clayton
Wilkinson will read the Easter scripture with Rev. J. C.
Odum concluding the scripture reading with 'prayer,.
Rev. C. Byron Smith will pronounce the-benediction.
Music for the congregational singing will be fur-
nished- by the High School Band Brass (~hoir. Singing "
will be conducted by Wesley'R. Ramsey.
The program was arranged by a committee com-
posed-of Rev. J. C. Odum, chairman; Rev. 0. M. Sell and
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson. ,
The services are interdenominational and every-
one is urged and invited to attend.
Funds for Si
Fire Burns 115
Woods fires burned 115 acres
near the East City Limits line of
Port St. Joe .Sundpy afternoon,
. according to Fire Chief R; H.
Ellzey said the fires were set
from Niles R6aod to Highway 71 -
along the Apaladwicola Northern.
Railroad", tracks. by a- railroad
engine shooting' out clinkers:'
The railroad cr w notified City
authorities,'. inAmediately when -
the.y saw,"what*; was' happening,
and the' Fine.-lDpaptment aas
called to the e'. .
'Florida Ferest Service- and St.'
Joe Paper Company Wooddlands
Division crews worked on'a fire
which -was spread from- Holly
Bill Cemetery nearly to 10th
Street. The crews were aided by
the Highland -View Volunteer
Fire Department who hauled
water.to- the scene. ... .
"Port St. Joe Vodiuteers put
out a five acre fire near Allied
Chemical's plant and then join-
ed in fighting the larger fire. *
The fire started about 2:00
p.m. and was under control two
Joe- Parrott, President of the Gulf County to Hou'se C hawman; Mrs. Daryl Stricklan4i Ward
.Ch ter. o th.Ani.ri.a Ca" "lSoc iety,-prsenf p'''s- ck" Leaving,' Qak-Grove
J .sdrma.tril tq- FWui.' Thomas, North Port
. Fr r .i 'are !.~~ ,o f.se' S. Joe chairman". '- -Star photo
Cancer Drive Under Way;
County Goal Set At $3,300
:County G' ?
Workers with the Gulf County can continue. Mrs. Rowell said
Chapter of the American. Can- that over 30% of the money col-
cer Society met in the Parish elected goes for research. Eight
Ho.se Monday morning for percent goes for administration
their "kick-off" meeting, with and the remainder goes for edu-
County President, Joe. Parrott, cation and aid to cancer victims.
presiding over the meeting. Parrott told the workers ga-
Mrs: Edna RoweU, District there that Gulf, County had
Supervisor, o-0 Panama City, contributed $3,100 to the Cancer
was present at the meeting tell- Crusade last year. The House
ing of the great need for the to house campaign accounted for
Cancer Society to be effective $1,800 of this money. "This
in their education work of ac- year's goal has been set at $3,-
quainting the public of the Sev- 300," Parrott said, "and we
en Danger Signals of Cancer should raise it without too much
and for conducting, a. successful trouble".
drive so that the research 'into, Parrott urged the workers
the cause and cure of cancer. present to instruct their teams.
to. preach what the Cancer So-
ciety is primarily and seek do-
nations secondarily. "If we can
a1Highl1nd View cause people to be cognizant of
Cancer's danger signals, we will
a have been, successful", Parrott
Baptists Begin stated.
SParrott charged his workers,
Revival April 7 to try and complete their fund
Pastor W., N. Stephens an-
-noinces a I week of revival ser--
vices in cooperation with the'
"C1'usade of the Americas'" will
:begin April 7 and continue thru
Sunday, April '13 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Highland View Baptist-
The evai~gelist is the Rev.,Al--
ton Stephens, pastor of the An-
tioch Ba ist Church, Dalton,
Georgia. ;This revival effort'
brings together two brother prea-
chers in a' local effort to make
Christ known and to bring genu-
ine spiritual renewal to the con-
gregation of the Highland View
The singing. will be under the
direction of Richard Jernigan,
minister of music at The Spring-
field Baptist Church, Panama
The pastor and congregation
at Highland View extend a warm
welcome 'to. their friends and
neighborslo visit with them dur-
'ing these (Says of revival.
Season Opens On
Monday At 5 P.M.
Dixie Youth Baseball, will be-.
gin another season of play Mon-
day afternoon with two games
on tap.. The Krafties will open
the season against the Dozers in
the -National League and the
Sockys will go against Mason-
ic Lodge in the American.
Mayor Frank Pate -will throw
out the first ball of the new sea-
son in a short ceremony -just
prior 'to game time at 5:00 p.m.
Elevdn teams are playing in
'the two leagues this year, -six
in the National League and .five
in the American. The American
League is made up of the young-
(Continued On Page 12)
collection within a week. 'We
don't want to drag this thing out
any longer than necessary", he
said: .. ..
New Tennis Courts for Park
Area ppr moved. :B;ard
Mayor Frank Pate called upon
the City Commission Ttesday
night to. begiii,nmaking plans for
:a summer recreation program'
for the 'youth 'of Port St. Joe.
Pate said/ "We need to meet.
with the Gulf County School ped-
ple soon anid begin to outline a
program -for the summer that
will fill the City's needs and be
enjoyable for. the participants." .
Last year, the City teamed up
with the Gulf County School
State 'Road Board Member
James Lee, .notified the Gulf
County Commission y letter
Tuesday that the State Road De-
partment' would provide 'some
state primary road funds to ex-
tend Long Avenue. beside the
new Port. St. Joe High School to
In a- meeting here, in Febru-
ary, Lee was shown the need for
the road and the lack of second-
- ary funds available'*For use by
-'the County. Lee pldged then
t9 sed if some priniary funds
couldn't be made .1ilIable for
the necessary projetI
In.his letter Tuesday,. Lee ac-
knowledged Gulfs I'Ik of sec-
on'dary fuids and 'pledged to
'pmrvidae prmary .funds to fur-
Alish tFie bahsei d p nayn ent for
the road. Under this arrange-
ment the. county woulk have'to
'prepare the right of way and
road bed to the state's specifica-
This is precisely what the City
SCounty and School Bo6rd asked
for when Lee was here.
Lee's letter also stated that on-
site paving at the school site
for parking areas, could' also be
expedited by the state with some
financial help from local sour-
ces. The School Board has some
money set aside fqr this purpose.
- Board, using school-personnel :as ..Clerk Charles Brock said that
directorsiand produced what has the firm which will do the grass
been termed the best summer work will be in the City the lat-
rerecreation program'ever produc- 'ter'part of this week. Brock said
ed in the.City. he has assurances !that the
The Mayor didn't stop with his course will be ready fdr' play by
request for immediate action to the time the, summer program
begin making plans.,He also ask-. begins. ,
ed the Commission to approve While the preparation, plant-
construction of two concrete ten- ing and growing process is 'in
nis courts, equipped '.for night progress, the City asks that the
playing, to be built behind the course not be used or disturbed.
Stac house. ::'' : :. Discuss Director: :
Commissioner Tom Coldewey Mayor -Pate also brought up
honored the Mayor's request by the subject of hiring ~ 'full time
making .the motion that the City recreation director for thb City.
build the two lighted, concrete, Pate reported-that he.had at-
full-size tennis courts, side by tended an activities coordina-
side, tol be ready."for this sum- tiofi committee formative meet-
mer's program. .Commissioner ing last week and had been ask-
Bob Fox seconded the motion 'ed about the City providing such
and the Board.aboiroved the'mo. '- a service. Pate said he told the
tion unanimously. :
Two weeks ago, the Board liad .'
approved the expenditure neces-
sary to plant grass on the golf
greens of the nine hole pitch and
put, course in Forest Park bie-
tween 10th and 16th Streets.
group, "the Board was' ready to
hire such a director if the people
were willing to pay him.
" The ]Board decided to continue
for the time being, with their
practice of using school. persn-
C. E. "Peck" Boyer, right, receives his first retirement che'
Sfromn Sid Browl~ Boyer. retiredl'ast Friday afterr 31 years of erv
S'to St.Joa~PlperrCmpany.' -Star pf
C E. Boyer Retires from St. Joe Pap
LCompany After 31 Years of Servicr
C. E. Boyer, one of the original
employees of-St. Joe Paper Com-
pany retired from his' job as
woodyard. tour foreman on Fri-
day :of' last week, completing 31,.
years of service to the company.'
Boyer came here before the
mill began operation and worked
as. a dragline. operator on con-
struction .of the plant.
Boyer was made tour foreman
on the woodyard in 1953 andhas
held the position since that time.
Boyer's shift has compiled an
enviable record of 172 months
David Langston of Port St. Joe, signs a two
year agreement to attend Gulf Coast Junior Col-
lege in Panama City and play on the Commo-
Langston Signs With, Gulf Coast
David Langston of Port St.
Joe signed a grant in aid scholar-
ship contract with Gulf Coast
Junior College of Panama City
on Monday of this week.
Langston will receive a two
year scholarship to the Junior
College where he will be a mem-
ber; of the Gulf Coast Commo-
dores basketball team.
Gulf Coast coach Jack Jackson
said, "We think he is one of the
top prospects in the state. We
feel very fortunate to get him.
He'can do a lot of things. He can
do anything on the basketball
court very well." Jackson said "
he plans to use 'Langston at a
guard position due to his ball
Lankston was the high point
man, for the Sharks in their 24-8
season record. Langston also
scored 70 points in the Sharks
two games to win the State Class
B. championship in Jacksonville.
,;without a lost, time
"This wasn't my do:
was quick -to say, "tI '",f
been very safety-consci..Ub o p
before we had a safety program"
aldd have worked hard to main-
tain safe working conditions".
Boyer said that'now that he is
retired he will spend more time
with his boat landing operations'
at Bryant's Landing on the Chi-
ppla River, do some gardening
and spend some time visiting
with his children and grand-
Last Rites Held Saturday Afternoon for
Ernest E. Crooms, Sr., of Mexico Beach
Funeral services were held Cemetery in Milledgeville.
Saturday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. Mr. Crooms had lived at Mex-
from the Mexico Beach Metho- ico Beach since 1960, moving
dist Church for Ernest E. here from St. Louis, Mo. He was
Crooms, Sr., age 66, who passed a member of the Mexico Beach
away Friday in the Municipal Methodist, Church and owned
Hospital. Rev. Charlie Parker of- and managed the Gulf Sides
ficiated. Apartments. He was born in
Services were also held Sun- Baldwin. County, Georgia, April
day at the Moore Funeral Chapel 26, 1908.
in Milledgeville, Ga., at 2:00 Survivors include his widow,
p.m., with interment following in Ruth .Crooms; two sons, Ernest,
the family plot of Memory Hill (Cd.tin.ued.0 On Page 12)
A-11 6 lft~_ ~_.ft N RI9 20'
dore basketball team. Looking on are Port St.
Joe cage. coach Bill Dkckson, left and Gulf Coach
mentor, Jack Jackson, right. --Star photo
I' .-. /
I,/mIU .IK .J
Ed i tori ls
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
- THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
Cant See County Consolidation
st every ofjier'day.now, ope cafn read something. while the small4. county has its taxes raised to help-pay
t pos'' ti t 'coAhilidate counties aindor school dis- for the increased government debt of the large counties.
tricts in the State of Florida. Most columnists agree that So the small county is hurt and the large county is not
the larger counties refighting for the consolidation and helped to any great degree.
Sthe fiunt .f it,,- The larer cniies are ,~ne small counties will fight the proposed cqnglomxer-
,for .t eotsolidationzi,h.orde-.to break down even -farther, action of small cogmties into less'and larger coiftlites in the
, the distribution of gasoline qaxes and race track taxes, a State of Florida. They will fight the measure because
portion of whichnow goes to every county in the, state, they do not wish to lose their identity. The special life
a~idto 6vef further dtile the power of the rural popu- of most small counties center around its schools, its lo-
S.ae .o'vetninment matters. cal government actiities and the small, though important,
S T1he reasons given by the prognosticators in favor of things they are able to accomplish by working together.
outity consolidation is for more economical government Many small counties h4ve a rich history and heritage.
ii at db relieff from giving road and rice taxes to so They will hardly stand still for seeing their identity erased.
. sall coiunies. ..Iet ist pointed out: almost unani- Nor can the small county taxpayer assume the tax burden
l', 6Iosyy waters ani politicians alike tha most econ- now being placed on his larger neighbor. He should not
r.oniqa .goyvernPment .is found in the siimall counties. The, be asked to, since it is understood that in so doing he
: ig Sounties, ane tarxe.d to death and.are still hurting for would have no greater use of the freeways, civic auditor-
o lbney, I'T, small pittance distributed:to small counties iums, monuments, public utilities and the like that the
S..for roa& aif8 race .track taxes won't make a drop in the larger cities are now paying for.
iba s the large county fiacal needs are con- Another argument is that the fewer, larger counties
.. would make for more efficient government. If the govern-
-: i-Roadis schools; government services, police protection, i ment of the large metropolis cannot now manage its own
?'I playgrouidsi etc., .must' still be maintained in the business% how can it be termed "efficient"? 'How can the
'.iJr counties. To maintain these services in the man- smaller county expect to receive the attention its citizens
Sner-they are now provided would still take just about as need in a modern, growing society?
much money if a small county were tacked on to a lar- We can't see the consolidation of counties because of
ger county. So the larger county has only assumed more ,'the selfishness of the larger counties and the fierce pride
i liability aid has increased its income very little. Mean- of independence that 'is inherent in the smalf counties.
Ef n hw n AmM"in
FiSinhonw er ainnt Amnon Man"
. President Nixon, in his eulogy to former President
'Eisenhower Sdn 1ay, described him as a "Giant among
men". He went on to say that the former President told
him, .on the last day., of his life, that he loved his family
arid he loved his country.
What made Eisenhower a "Giant among men", other
than his love of family and country? What specific in-
* gredient did Eisenhower have that only a.-few men have?
In -watching the special televised program on Eisen-
, how,'er i day night we noted that the famous General.
nd'.an'Xesident, reininisced to his childhood days in Kansas.'
Ike recalled that he was an ordinary boy, within i'Q-rdin-
4ry boy's interests. He was extraordinary in that's mo-
ther taught him the .Bible and his father whipped him
; good when he needed it. We say now these attributes
-,. make him abnormal, but in those days, Bible reading and
applied psychology" were the norm rather than the ex-
ceptional; so it can't be these things.
Eisenhower described himself as an ordinary student.
He was normal in that he didn't have the money to go to
college. He was abnormal in that he knew where he want-
ed to go and had no doubts at all about getting there.
The ex-President said that he worked for one year after
high school graduation before going on ti West Point.
(He knew he was going to West Point and the thought
never entered his mind that he wouldn't go.qor wouldn't
make it after he got there). Ike said he, didn't try too
hard at the Point, but that he always had his assignments
and managed to "do enough".
So far, Ike sounds pretty mediocre. He sounds like
the typical American, so what was the ingredient that
* made' him so great... a "Giant among men"?
'We .think it was a combination of things.' .First of all
he h'ad-a good, solid home life with demanding but fair
parents. He set high goals for himself, with no thought
but that he would succeed in arriving at his goals. -He
was stubborn to the point he wouldn't give up on a task.
He had enough temper to do two men, but he learned to
control it. This shows self discipline.
Isn't it funny what a little discipline, a little stubborn-
ness and a little self-confidence can.do?
Too Late To Classify
By RUSSELL KAY
You"may not know it, but science
-tells us that our taste buds are just
as responsive to the flavor of milk
-as they are- to the flavor of fine
Most of us at one time or an-
-; -other have encountered milk that
just didn't taste right. On other oc-
casions we have found milk so
flabw-ul that we just had to have
many years wine makers
iid their "tasters" who sniff
be's'ip it, roll it around on their
'fogue and decide Its quality.
Taking a leaf from the wine
makers book, South Florida Milk
Producers, whose members supply
most of the milk consumed in
South Florida, now have their milk
tested by the' Independent Dairy
Farmers Association Laboratory at
Here a professional, experienced
milk taster gives it the connois-
seur's touch to determine its qua-
lity. Like the wine taster, the milk
taster sniffs the' product, sips it,
rolls it' sound.1 on his tongue to
determine if it possesses all those
qualities and iavoty' nuances that
milk connoisseurs expect from
their fresh wholesome, favorite
A microscopic "count" is made
to determine how mich bacteria
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue. Port St Joe. Floilda,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAu SEM Y Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman. Photographer, .Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
Po storiCE Box 308 -O 2, 27- 161
PoCT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 3248
enteredd as second-elas matter, Dember 19 197. at the Postoffice. Port t. Je,
Florida, undet At* of March1.- 1S0.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX M*0, 1.735 THREE ,0, 1Z7.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, .o00
' T ADVRTtSERS--n casse otf error or omnnlssons n tadvertlaements, the piaied we
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for siub
ohe sipokni word 0,lea cM.nt attention th rted word a
*iea. The apoke wend barely a ; 4he ele wdt S o.
vmos* Shie spoken weed Is 3ost; tx pruted weriemimat:
Since people need forests and fire.
the good things come from trees The Fire Contgol program of
forests must be protected from 'the Florida Forest Service iis de-
signed to prevent and control for-
is contained in the milk sample est fires to a degree which will
This indicated the cleanliness of hold damages at the practical min-
the farm operation and the effec- imum.
tiveness of cooling and storage' To set a goal of "no wildfires,
temperatures. ever" is not realistic. Generally
A sample of milk is forced the level of fire control sought by
through a cotton filter 'to see if it the Florida Forest Service is such
contains extraneous matter a "that will not impair the flow of
test to determine cleanliness in the benefits from the forest."
shipping operation. Forest raw material destroyed
A bile salt test on pasteurized' by fire can never take its needed
milk checks for any contamination place in Florida's, industrial econ-
that might have occurred after the omy. When trees go up in smoke,
milk was pasteurized. jobs and payrolls go too.
Chemical tqst pinpoint the milk'r F forest management satisfies
content of milk fat, milk solids and existing use and need, and it seeks
vitamins D and A, to determine itE new products and new production
nutritional value for the humar techniques.' As Florida's forest
diet. areas become smaller, forest man-
A ,phosphate test ,determines agement seeks to increase produc-
whether there may have been, any tion of material from those reduc-
errors in heat or time control dur- ed acres.
ing pasteurization and whether Thd conservationist and the con-
raw milk might have been mixed summer each has part of the other's
with the pasteurized milk. position. Forest .management
Finally a plating test is conduct- makes it so.
ed to determine the' presence of In the managed forest, old and
any heat-resistant organisms in the mature trees are harvested for
product. wood products, but scientific har-
The independent laboratory is vests, do not destroy the scenic
headed by Russell Hlavsa, whom beauty of the countryside.
we might call South Florida's "Li'l Because forest fire prevention is
Old Milk Taster" for he is a recog- one of the first tenets of forest
nized expert. Hlavsa prides himself management, Florida's 991 Tree
on his milk tasting ability but he Farms are well protected from ra-
contend[s the consumer is the final vages that would transform vast
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
lb WE E V EW V lWE W I l Wl !%N to EWE EI= Wv EWEl l
St. Joe Motor Company
Port St. Joa, Florida
/ '' .
S. S. People Are
Disabled persons in this area
who do not file a claim for social
security benefits when they be-
come disabled is of great concern
to Ted A. Gamble, District Mana-
ger'of the Panama City Social Se-
Many people wait months and
some even years' before filing a
claim. By not filing a claim soon
after they become disabled, these
individuals are in 'many cases los-
ing money and'delaying payment
of benefits they are entitled to.
Gamble pointed out that a claim
should be filed as soon as it ap-
pears likely the disability will last
12 months or more. Prompt filing
will help to insure prompt pay-
ment to persons entitled to bene-
"In addition 'to being unable to
engage in any substantial gainful'
, activity for 12 months or more, a
worker, must have worked under
social security a certain amount of
time to be eligible for monthly
benefits," Gamble said. Persons
becoming disabled ,at age 31 or
later need 5 years of work under
social security out of the 10 years
just before becoming disabled.
The recent amendments make
it possible for persons who become
disabled before age 31 to qualify
with less than 5 years work under
social security. These young work-
ers need credit for half the time
between age 21 and the time they
become disabled. Workers who be-
come disabled before age 24 and
can qualify with as little as 1 I:
years of work credits.
Monthly benefits' are payable af-
ter a disability has lasted six full
calendar months. But, it is not
necessary that a disabled person
wait 6 months before filing. In
fact, waiting will delay payments'
while the claim is being processed.
Gamble urged anyone not sure
whether he meets the require-
ments for disability to get in
touch with the social security of-
fice. If he does meet the require-
ments, a claim should be filed im-
The social security office for this
area is located at 1135 Harrison
Ave., Panama City 32401.
cord of limiting fire damage on..
the managed forest is far better
than that of the unmanaged forest.
The managed forest is also pro-
tected, to the best 'degree that
science can achieve, from the-
blight and ugliness of disease and
areas intD DiaciPIenea rums. wne re I
' / [
I've been reading since this time last year that the new surtax
placed on the government tax 'bill was' designed to "cool down"
the economy. I really couldn't see how this would work, since it
seemed to be such a small amount. But, after figuring out my tax(
return for last year, we found out 'just how that "coolant" works.
It's more like a deep freeze than a cooling action. It sure put my
economy on ice for some time to come.
An article in the papers the other day said that the Army has
forbidden the Chaplains from mentioning God in their philosophy
lectures aimed at instilling moral responsibility in its soldiers.
For pity's sakes!
Leaving -God out of morality is like leaving mashed potatoes
out of gravy. If one deasn't use God's teachings in stressing mor-
ality, what would one use for a yardstick or an example?
This ruling was handed down as the result of- complaints filed
by the American Civil Liberties Union, of which there are only'a -
few in the United States.
It has occurred to us that maybe the Methodists, the Baptists,
the Catholics, the Presbyterians, or any of the other religious groups
should maybe file a protest with the U. S. Axmiy against their tak-
ing the mention God out of their moral teachings.
That would be a real contest ,.. to see who would get the
most attention; the American Civil Liberties Union or the more
numerous church group or groups. '
The way the trend is going, it won't be long before we won't
even need Chaplains in the Army then our armies can revert to the
torture and looting enjoyed by armies of ancient times, without
the influence of God and his teachings standing in the way.
Our Sunday School class the young men of Long Avenue
Baptist Church took its annual Spring snapper fishing trip Satur-
day on the boat of class member and "snapper catcher" George
Holland. George. worked hard all day Saturday, locating the snap-'
- per. He lived up to his reputation, by putting us right on top of
a snapper and grouper bed. In just about a hour and a half, we
had caught nearly 800 pounds of LARGE ,red snapper, grouper and
And nobody got seasick.
'Taking the trip' were Tom Ford, Otis Kirkland, Elmo Forid,
Ray Ramsey, Otto Collingsworth, Charles Nobles, Randy McClain,
Ray Mitchell, Wayne Qay, B. A. Collier, myself, George Holland and
his son, Eddie, three visitors, Walter Wilder of Port St. Jae and
Coaches Shirley Majors and Clarence Carter of the University of the
South. Suwannee, Tennessee and one old man., Harry L. Ford. We
bad a good time. Oh, by the way, Bill BIarlow went too. We for-
got to count him in because he didn't catch any.fish.
Monday, if you happen to be in the vicinity of Forrest Park
around Tenth Street, you'll hear somebody bawl out "PLAY BAWL"
and the Dixie Youth Baseball season will get under way with the '
first games of the season.
When you remember back about 10 or 12 years ago when the
first team of Little League was formed, largely due to the efforts
of one man, Coy Williams, and look at the program composed of
eight good teams today, it is sound evidence of what a solid -
program can provide for the youth of our city. While help has
been sort of short at times, this program has always managed to
,have a full staff of willing and, capable adults on hand to operate
the program in a fine manner. It's a good program, and we hope
you'll support it this season.
TH TR ot t oFord HRDY APIL 3 196
Sbhit from the rear should take
T ff Inides his foot off the brake and lay a-
Most Traffic Emergencies Can be Dealt b o
across the seat to prevent whiplash.
With Safely ys Florida Highway Patrol Brakesatldebeapplied again
IMMINENT HEAD-ON CRASH
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Emergencies and the remedies Avoid head-on crashes at all costs.
Highway Patrol said -today that which- Kirkman listed included: Try for the shoulder, even the
most emergencies that motorists ,BLOWOUT_---Maintain a firm ditch is better than a head-on
encounter in traffic can be dealt grip 'on the Pteering wheel and crash. If there are cars to the right
with safely. steer straight the lane. Do not if is still better to move to the
Colonel H. N. ,irian, Director brake: L-tut u on the accelerator right forcing them to move right
of the Department.Pbi slow grauly. When slowed than to meet the oncoming vehicle.
ty hDepartmen with the best f t about 15 MPH pull onto the BEING FORCED ONTO THE
Driving hits, emergencies ovill shoulder. SHOULDER Drivers forced to
develop. They can' come about ACCELERATOR STICKS De- the shoulder should grip the
ti ough mechanical failure or ira- press the eluch or put the selector steering wheel firmly, Do not a .
proper actions of other drivers. lever in the neutral position, then ply the bra~kes. Ease up on the ac
Still, .these emergencies ca, be tur off theiginition an& coast to celerator and continue with two
dealjt with safel." a Sfeto on the shoulder. wheels on the shoulder .until the
S" .. .. -" -- ; -ncar slows then ease back onto the
The veteran Patrol commander FIRE Bring the vehicle to an highway
said that affer it is too late to avoid immediate stop clear of traffic. If h .
an ,emergency situation, drivers there is nd fire extinguisher avail-
are often forced into maneuvers ble' dirt or mud can be thrown on oh r e YOU g
which are dangerous. Kirkman'sug- the fire. If the fire is out of con- Yo n
geitd that motorists keep a "cus- trol stay clear of the vehicle. n. Att l Carrier
hion of space" around their vehicle IMMINENT CRASH FROM REAR V IMllt ll UII
to provide an escape route. I A driver seeing that hbe is going to RISKANY at sea (FHTNC)
tISS ORISKANY'k sea (FITNC)
Aviation Boatswain's Mate -'Third
SO I Class Robert D. Young, USN, son
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond B. Young
of 209 Duval St., Port St. Joe, Fla.,
ntersecon Monument and Constitution Participated in Operation Bell Jan-
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister gle while serving aboard the attack
Ch" ..-choi .9:45- AM. aircraft carrier Oriskany.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. The third major Naval, exercise
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00. p.i off the coast of Caifol-nia this year,
Eve~mg Worship 7:30 P.M. Bell Jangle is a First Fleet opera-
B e S ( 7:30 tion designed to emphasize the tac-
SBible Study (Wednesday)................... 7130 PM. L tis needed in both Southeast
"Whore Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives" Agian operations and Western
S Highlights of the eight-day ex-
ercise which ended March 20 in-
SFlrid r inn rci eluded an amphibious landing at
Srid Greeting Ser vice, Camp Pendleton, Calif., and flight
| Inc. operations from the aircraft car-
cc yo from rier USS Oriskany. Carrier con-
A cordial welcome awaits you from ducted air-to-air missile exercises
th local. merchants and civic using drone and flew bomb strike
organizationpf Port Joe. missions in both the Chocolate
Mountain and Twenty-Nine Palms
Brought to you your local hostess bombing ranges at Camp Pendle-
If you are a newcomer, please a Shore bombardment from Navy
MRS. ANNE JOINES cruisers and destroyers mnarkel the-
1002 Garrtson Avenue phoneM 22M6U srfce warfare phase of Bell Jan-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969.
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Por- St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
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TABLERITE BUTT HALF
SMOKED HAM --
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TABLERITE PURE PORK OUR OWN
SAUSAGE -L------ 21/2 Ibs. $1.00
FRESH Ground BEEF
Ga. drade 'A'-With $10.00 Order
I Dozen LARGE EGGS
LROSDAE NO. 2% CANS .0
Peach Halves 4 cans $1.00
Cooking Oil No. 10 $1.00
STANDARD TALL CANS
TOMATOES _7 cans $1.00
TELLS NO. 303 CANS
PEAS.--- 6 cans $1.00
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COPELAND 12 OZ. PKGS.
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S )' Minutes of The
BOARD of-PUBLIC INST
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA-
.February 4, 1969.
The Gulf County School Board
Smet on the above date in regular
'"session. -The following members
e reseant and "acting: Gene Raf-
Sfeld, Chalfman, B. J.. Rich, Sr.,
Wiliam Roemer, Sr., 3j.-K. Whit-
field and Waylon Graham.
The Superintendent was.present
and acting. *' -. ..
The meeting was opened wit'
prayer by Board Member Whit-
The minutes of the regular meet-
ing of January 7, 1969 and the spe-
dial meeting of Janplary 15, 1969
were. read and approved as teai.
The Superfntendenit' ihifornied
ithe Board of a number of students
beingg suspepSaed I the'rPrt
SSt Joe High School ahnd the Wash.
ngte n High School fbr infractions
9f. te rules. of the respective
.' Bily Joe, Iihh,, Attory-for the
Eoard of e you,'fi Cui.iskioners,
appeared before thej Board to ditz.
cuss blinker'.lights thht the Coun-
ty Commissiodnis' considering pur-
chasing. for use- in .the Vinity (f
the county public schools. Mr.
Rish was interest in whether or
not the Board would be,.ilinag to
Pay 'for the electrical bill" for' the
, use ot these .blinker systems. The
.s.oard informed Mr. Rishb that the
electrical bills w6uld'.be paid for
by the Board. It is anticipated 'that
there will be a very nominal
charge for these lights. .
-. Tne Board discussed the possi-
'"bility of carpeting more classrooms
at the new Wewahitchka High
'School The, Superintendent, was
authorized to work on the matter
with Mr. Norman Gross, the-Arebi-,
ect for th.e project, and present
.a recommendation to the Board 'at
the next -meeting.
The Board unanimously passed a
,resolution to the City .Commission
of Port St. Joe to initiate the pro-
per procedure for opening up .For-
est Park Avenge to Niles Road.
'The opening up of this-avenue will'
aid in the traffic control when, .1he
new St. Joe High School is occu-
The Superintendent presented a
breakdown on the repairs for each
bus operating' within the .school
system. The Superintendent was
directed to take up minor discrep
ancies with the Swatts-Parker Au-
to Repair Company,'who has the
.contract for the bus maintenance.
The Superintendent reported on
the proceedings of a conference
held with Dr. Donald C. .Agnew,
Dr. James C. Codwell and Dr.
George Seward of the' Education
Improvement Project ,Divisioh 'of
the Southern Associat~on of Col-
,leges and Schools: ThiW conference
Swas held at the Wewahitchka High
.School. Tt concerned the Wewa-
hitchka Education .Iirpr6vement
Project being conducted at, that
!school. The visiting educators were
complementary of the program to
t"date, but urged the Superintendent
Gand Principal of ,Wewahitchka-
*High School to make. a more con-.
certed effort to hire two kinder-
garten teachers, a Reading Spec-
*ialist. and a Music Specialist to fur-
ther. implement the program 'for
the, culturally and educationally
deprived students. It was under-
stood that this personnel' has not
been -available for hiring in this
school system to date. The gentle-
men from Atlanta were requested
to help secure the. personnel in-
Frank Graddy and Frank Han-
Snon appeared before the Board to
discuss a Builder's Risk Policy on
the new school buildings being
constructed in the county. A pro-
longed discussion was held con-
cerning this insurance. Members
of the Board and the Board Attor-
ney, Cecil Costin, Jr., were of the
opinion that the contractors were
responsible for maintaining the
builder's risk insurance until the
buildings were accepted *by the'
,Board. Mr. Costin was directed to
brief this point and report his
findings at the next meeting of
the Board. Mr. Graddy and Mr.
Hannon also discussed the overall
insurance program with the Board.
requesting that a different meth-
od of determining the percentages
of the insurance business granted
to a given company be effected.
The Board requested that Mr. Han-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,..
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL -
S CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
**- DIVORCE :
SDORIS ANN CARTER,
TO: WAYNE CARTER, whose
place of residence and Post
S Office address is R. D. 2, Dov-'
.' \OU ARE NOTIFIED that' ian
action for divorce has been filed
- against yod and you' are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
fcnses, if any, to it on Honorable
Carroll L. .McCauley, plaintiff's at-
torney, 'whpse address is 221 Reid
Avenue, Pbrt St. Joe, Florida, on
Sor before May 8, 1969, and fil the
. original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
-plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the re-
Slief demanded in the complaint or -
WITNESS my hand and the seal
_of this Court on April 1, 1969.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
'Clerk, Circuit Court
(SEAL) / 4t-4-3
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non and Mr. Graddy confer with
Mark Tomlinson concerning this
matter and present a recommenda-
tion to: the' Board concerning it.
Mr. Graddly also requested per-
mission-to speak to the members
of thG .C.9X concerning group
autiiiobjle insurance policy. This
pd!hisstOn was granted. by the
James T.ylor, Inspector for the
new construction projects, gave the
Bdard'a progresss report. He stated
thaf the wbrk was progressing -sat-
isfactorily in .elation to the time
schedule aid waq qualitatively sat-
Te. Bpard digsWed ,the official
statemnent'comicernm-` the '1,100,
000.0 Bond Sale. he brochure
giving the 'monetary particulars re-
quired 'by the prospective bond
buyers was discussed and accepted.
The Board will receive bids, on the
$1,100,000.00 Construction Bond Is-
sue at-the regular meeting of the
Board '&i Mat-h 4, 1969.
The.-Board authorized the Super-
intendent ',to subscribee -to the Na-
tional'-Shobol" Board' Journal for
the Meombf s, of the Board.
The.Board authorized the Super'
intendeit to' arrange-for the use of
Gulf. County. Road equipment on
the hew 'school site at Wewahitch-
k a.'Thiswork will be" done on week
ends .when the equipment is not
needed for county toad projects'.
The Board will payIfor the gasoline
and labor entailed in. the ;use of
The' Boarde directed the Superin-
tendent and the Board Attorney,.to
initiate legal procedures against
'.the parties.sponible for the con-
tinuing roof leakage at the St. Joe
;:i!h .Schqol-.Cafeteria.:. -.r .
TheBdard athorized the Super-
it nd ent'.To'i0ange a Bus Driver
Trai ing,. rbgr m to be held
March 4 through March 7, .1969
-This bus driver ,training program
Will be dohd'uctd'by"'Van Murdock
of:.the- Trapsportation Section of
the State Department of Educa-
The.. Superintendent reported
thit his office -was receiving many
letters concerning personnel with-
in the county system that were de-
linquent on their personal ac-
counts. The Superintendent was di
erected -to write the personnel in-
volved and inform them that they
were expected, to maintain their
personal financial affairs on a cur-
Bills'fin the amount of $235,913.-
74 were examined and ordered
paid. 'Warrants in payment of
these bills are listed on the Sup-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida"
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
Space Gardening Next Craze
Some folks predict that space low as many leaves as possible. Af- to nitrogen and most often is pam-
gardening' will be the next craze. ter treating ,the base of the cut- pered into lazy blooming effort.
Therefore, it is a good idea to tings with hormone powder to in- Symptoms of too much nitrogen
practice now just in case youc duce rooting, stick them in the are lush growth and no flowers.
need to while away the time during propagation bed 1% to 2 inches Corrective measures include ap-
a delay in an orbiting station be deep. Space the cuttings so that plying only one pound of a low-
tween Mars and the Moon. the leaves overlap about one-third. nitrogen fertilizer per 100 square
If you don't have a blast-off ad Next, firm':.the soil and turn the feet of soil. This usually' brings
if you don't have a blast-off pad on .. .. ,, '.
handy to reach outer space, prac- hose on csnt. m .
twice air-layering at lower altitudes A mist head and a watering _,'l ,i I"
in the back yard. spike is available from your local Are Florida Trees B
Air-layering is an easy way to garden, supply store for about $3.
encourage rooting of shrubs and The device, attached to a hose and flOel Then Th y A
trees that are finicky 'in their root, set up in 'tI-e middle of a group aster Than I hey A
ing habits. Carissa, lychee, and of cuttings;-wiu boost your root- -
guava pre suggested for the pro-- ings nearly'one hundred percent.-, TALLAHASSEE -Are Florida
ject. The operation is simple. Re-' When. the roots on the cutting landowners cutting more timber.
move a half-in.ch ring of bark are about an inch long, transplant than they are growing? Or less?
near the base of a twig, tie a hane and.space them in a nursery row, How much valuablee timber-is be.
ful of damp sphagnum moss a. or in gallon cans from the local ig l to wildfires, disease and
round the ringed area, then wrap dump. If ~you plant them in open in. s w
the--moss-covered section of plant ground, it is a- good idea to mulch insects
with a piece .ofplastic. "' aould, thtie- transplants to con- These and other questions will
''.'4t.1:'."a goodd'tid.a to select a serve moijs..re ani to keep the' be answered when the forest re-
sh"ad .b to. air-layer. If expos- soil, cool.. sources survey being conducted in
ed to blazing 'summer sun,'" you For addit_' ial Information' on Florida by the U.' S. Forest Service
may get boiled branches under air-layering'_'d mist propagation,'is completed. At the present time,
plastic rather. thanu'roots. ask your county agricultural agent USFS crews, aided by the Florida
Now is a good tinie to propagate for .Extension, Service Circular Forest Service, are moving into
shrubs Py softwood cuttings. For 141C;' another phase of the statewide sur-
bpst- results, limit your cutting HEDGES vey after having just completed
gathering to' early morning hours. Trim hedge plants while they the job in 16 West Florida coun-
Traditioi ally, plant sprigs root are still 'succulent. A few snips ties. Units are busily engaged in
better when covered with dew. now will produce better shaped Jefferson, Taylor,' Hamilton, and
Also, snipping and slipping cuttings and thicker hedges. Also, why feed Madison counties now.
before neighbors awake often al- a hedge expensive fertilizer to
lows for greater selection since grow the limbs for the trash truck?
property lines are not as import- Remember 'to remove enough
ant when no one is watching. old wood in early flowering hedge
Make cuttings 4 to 6 inches plants to keep the shoots coming
long, cutting below a node and al- up from the ground. New shQot
1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tp ca be pice to mak them <* \^- --r ^l
plemental Report of Expenditure
as follpws: General Fund, $39,-
183.19; Wewahitchka Education
Improvement Project, $1,325.29;
Title 'I, $13.50; School Construction
Funid, $1,937.70; District Fund No.
1, $7,17,7.95; Bond Fund No. j,
$707:54; Bond Construction Fund,
There being no further business
the Board adjourned to meet
again in regular session on March
4, 1969 .at 9 atm., EST. ,
R. MARION CRAIG,
tips can be pinched to make them
branch and form a fullbodied
. Bougainville,' a woody vine na-
tive of tropical South America, is
one of the easiest vines to culti-
vate. But the vine is very sensitive
the vine into flower at its next nor-
mal season. Cut a few roots push-
ing a garden spade into the ground
at three or four intervals around
the plant about 24 inches from
the base. This torture method also
forces the wayward creepers td
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flAllTNfl TN FLORmIDA
being Gobbled Up
re Replaced? -
According to, John D. Nesbit,
USFS field supervisor, about 32 2
per cent of the state survey has '
been completed; Foi'est data in- ]
eludes such information as annual I
growth rates, standing softwood
and hardwood volume, classifica-
tion of timber stands into pulp.
wood and saw timber sizes :and
damage by wildfire, insects and
This same type survey about ten
years ago indicated that tlorida's
forest area was dwindling, and
focused attention on the fact that
reforestation and better, tree man-
agement would have to be stepped
up greatly in order to provide the
wood and wood .products needed
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Appearing In Boat and
Sport Show April 26, 27
The Sego Brothers and Naomi
will appear at the Panama City
Boat and Sport Show to be held
Saturday and Sunday April 26-27
at the Municipal Auditorium. The
famous gospel singing group from
Nashville will headline the gospel
sing which will be presented
part of the show program on S*un-
day afternoon. Hundreds of boat-
ing ind sports items will be dis-
played by dealers inside and' out-
side of the auditorium during the
two day'show, produced by B and
H Associates,. Inc.
by the'-stte's niushrooming; popu-
Plans are for the Florida sur-
vey to be completed in about two
years. The data compiled will be
of great value in forest manage-
ment, industrial development and,
other use of forest lands in the
Sunshine state. .
?A(*I~~ SIX" THE STAR,4rS.oe oid
Mexico'Bach TIo60p.303. Ith Scoutmaster-Claude Tate as. they.
Sprpare to leave" on a week!end'camporee.. -.
0ea Boy Scouts Make Good Showing
"End I Cainporee At Tyndall
303 "'.Mekco' ,Patrol Leader, Ronnie Turner, Al-
J ld'e ip, "li-ke,...Sids len Gaddis, Chutk Stro1bel,:. Did
Diatr poreeat pedfi h Point Strobel and Ronnie -Biggins.
M .8;' &a id- 30.. CROW PATROL-ARaymond Hart
'. patrols.. competetl '. the Patrol Ieader, La Tate,. Martin
evn,. The Duck'patrol won a Blggins, John Arnold and Wade
bl4e'ribbon. They also had the best Tillery.
rot ., arkffflnd accompanied the
hel ti he 'Duck Itrl dia- guest a nd a' ion--
l-evet phrticipant of he: events. -
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
Hospital Auxiliary Offers Its Thanks
'For Contributions to Thrift Shop
On Easter Sunday, The First
United Methodist Church has sche-
duled,.two identical morning wor-
ship services. The first service
will begin- at 8:45 a.m. and the
second at.;the: regular 11:00 a.m.,
worship hour. The sermon at both
services will be delivered by the
Rev. 0. M. Sell, Pastor. Church
School will begin at 9:45 a.m.
At 7:00 p.m., on Sunday eve-
ning, the church choir, under the
.direction of Mrs. James Harrison
will present Edward W. Norman's
Easter Cantata, "The Glory of Eas-
A Maundy Thursday Communion
Service is to be held. at the church
tonight, April 3 at 7:30 p.m.
It is hoped that these 'services
wifl be of benefit to the entire
community. All who will are in-
viled to come and larticipatep as
the tridsages of Maundy Thursday
and Easter are again made known.
Midget Ihvtmemntm with
Blant Resu ,.. -
The Hospital Auxiliary wishes
to thank the following for contri-
butions to the Thrift Shop made
during the month of March:
Mrs' Betty Harden, Mrs. Billy
Barlow, Mrs.. Bill Brannon, Mrs.
Ken Cox, Mrs. Gannon Buzzett,
Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. Jean Atchi-
son, Mrs. M. L. Parker, Mrs. Bill
Altstaetter, Mrs. Durrell Sykes,
Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. Wayne
Hendrix, Mrs. Bernice Wager and
Gulf Sands Motel.
The new pick-up and marking
committee for the month of April
are: Mrs. Tom Coldewey, 227-3521,
Mrs. Al Smith, 227-7751 and -Mrs.
J. R. Smith, 227-4421. Anyone hav-
ing articles to donate are asked to
call any of these ladies to have
your items picked up.
Thrift Shop workers for Friday, ,
April 4 are Mrs. Joe Parrott and
Mrs. John Hanson.
Be Our Guest...
For Easter Sunday Dinner
Attend the- church of yourchoice Easter ,Sun-.:
day without the worry of having to fix di, r
ner afterwards We'll fix it for you and
'have it piping hot and ready. .
an ent withe h
*-i sisupervisors and proud.
watcherss of the Troop. perform-
'ance ifi inningg" the' co.veted"'rib-
T..Thboys who attended were!'
SDUCK- "'ATROL-Gary Gaddes,
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The 'dnstitutlon 'City.. jSadddl The Sadde Cb offers its
Club, d ew ,inaqny spectators to than' to West Florida Gas 'Com-
their first 'fPlay Day" Sunday at- pany, Gary Banks of,Panama City
,ternoon in the Lions Club Horse who judged the event and to Tem
Show arena. Coldewey who served as announcer
Officials of the Club said theday for the afternoon and to the many
was a big success and was enjoyed members who worked to put on
by all who attended. the affair.
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Mr. aund Mrs. Herschel Quin-
ioin ody of Talahalssee, an,,
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Shelialjiane to Ran-.
dall L. Armstrong, son of Mrs.
Marvin P. Huie and the late
Carl Armstrong of Port St. Joe.
,Miss Cody ,is a graduate of
James S. PRickards High 'Schpol
and attended Tallahassee Junior"
College. She is presently employ-
ed as a Secretary by the, State'
Department of Education.
Mr.' Arimstrong is a graduate
of Port St, Joe High School,
where he graduated with honors
and was listed in Who's Who
-Among American High School
Students. He is a Junior at Flor-
ida State University: majoring in
SMarineBiology. He is employed.
by FSU Union PooL-
The wedding has been planned
as an. event' of June 14 'in the
,Haywood Cates Memorial Bap-
tist Church in Tallahassee.
Troop 47 Attends Area Camporee
Troop 47 of Port St. Joe, attend- for his help and Jimmie Prevatt
,ed a Spring Camporee last week for the use of his van. "
end at Red Fish Point on the Tyn- DON JERNIGAN,
dall Air Force Base reservation.
The troop did very well in the Troop Scribe
competitive events against 46 oth-
er Scout troops. Troop 47's grades-
were 85 out of a .possible. 1)0 in ml
'first aid, 85 out of 100"inu hap rca'd- ..
ing, 75 out of 100 in physical fit-
hess (highest score made was 80),
90 Out of 100 i nature trail 100 .
out of 100 in campsite preparation,
100 out of 200 in campsite inspec- ,
tion, 100 out of 100 in tirepuil and :' IF YOU
150 out of 200 for uniform inspec-' iY U
tip iSni sak for Thur
The troop received, a red ribbon
and was only 50 points short ,of a
blue ribbon which is, the highest
that can be earned.
This was Troop 47's first camp-
orc.e and' another one, is planned'
in the fall. The troop hopes to do
better,, .- .*.:*' ':''' "
Scouts participating in the camp-
orce were 'Scout leader Dr. R. F.
King, assistant Emory. Stevens,
Chris King, Perry Atchison, Rob-
ert Sanborn, Jtmn 'McNeill, Corkie
and 'Tony Justice, Kit Mashburn,
Carl Whittle, Jim Lemieux, Don
Jernigan and Mr. Whitehurst.
The trbop thanks Mr. Whitehurst
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
School will' not 'be in session
Monday and Tuesday for Spring
Wednesday, April 9
Stew beef with vegetables, sliced
tomatoes, hot biscuit, peanut but-
ter and honey, butter and milk.
Thursday, April 10
Meat loaf, buttered rice, green
butter beans, grapefruit sections
with lime Jell-0, white bread, but.
Friday, April 11
,'Ground pork patties, mashed
potatoes','cabbage slaw, snap beans,
prunes,, white bread, butter and
Highland View Elementary School"
No':tschooi Monday and"Tuesday
:'Weduedly, April 9
Pig ,in the blanket, field peas,
buttered potatoes, cabbage slaw,
apple crisp, -hite bread anr -hiilk.
Hamburgers, buttered! corn, sli-
ced tomatoes,. onions and pickles,
pineapple ipudding, white bread
S Friday,- April -11
Sheppard's pie,; buttered spin-
a5h,' rot -an4--af-i said, ice
cream, rolls afie k.' '
TURKEY and DRESSING
with Cranberry Sauce
ROAST BEEF with BROWN GRAVY
FRIED CHICKEN BAKED HAM
FRESH. STRING BEANS .CREAM CORN
BROCCOLI with CHEESE SAUCE
Buttered SPINACH Mashed POTATOES
Green PEAS Candied YAMS
FRUIT or TOSSED GREEN SALAD
HOT ROLLS COFFEE TEA
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Area School People Learn How to
Organize and Administer Programs
Local school personnel, repre: for developing suchi.programs for-
sentatives from Franklin and Li- pre-school and primary grade chil-
bery school systems, and a repre- dren. He talked with school admin-
sentative' from the Port St. Joe istrators during the morning ses-
'Lions Clyb learned how to organ- sion concerning organization and
ize and administer programs. of cost. In the afternoon kindergar-
perceptual skills, development in, ten, first grade and reading teach-
- an all-day meeting on Wednesday ers joined the group and Mr. Spag-
at the Gulf County Courthouse. nol outlined the techniques re-
John L. Spagnoli, Director of ed fora successful program
Reading Servicesi a 'Bea for A ccesfulProgram
County, was the consultant who About 35 educators and visitors
brought to the group the.know-how attended the sessions.
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TIH STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
Hig School Observes
Annual 'Career Day'
Port St. Joe High. School's
annual Career Day was held-
Wednesday, March 26. It was
sponsored by the Student Coun-
cil with the cooperation of the
Diversified Cooperative Club.;
The student, attending the pro-
gram: included senior high, itud
ents from Port St. Joe High
School and seniors from Wash
ingtor High School, Wewahitch
ka High 'School," Chapman High
School of Apalachicola and Car-
rabelle High School. ,
:The interesting and informa--
tive guest speakers made the
day a success- for everyone par-
ticipating. The 'program began.
with an address by Dr. John
Mosley of Gulf Coast Junior Col-
lege. Students ,att'eded three
seislols -of' their choice incifd-
.',. .. .:-* "' -
'wAirplane Mechanic with M-
Sgt. Robert Crowell, T-Sgt. Jinm.'
MdClelland and jet' pilot Major'
Beautician with Mrs. Mary Ka-
Law ._-enforcement with FBI
representatives, Deputy Sheriff
H." T. Dean and State Highway
Patrolman Ken' Murphy.
Airline stewardess with Miss
Cheri Brooker. -
Secretary Receptionist with
Mrs. Anne Strait and Mrs. Thel-
ma Webe .
Photographer with Clyde A. '
Model with Lewis Perkins.
Game 'wruden with, b illie Mc-
Donald and Mr. Runnells.,,`
Telephone operator wit. Mrs.
Banker, Walter C. Dodson.
Radio announcer, Ken Murphy. -.
Teacher, Miss Catherine Nix.f _
Lawyer C.airoll'McCauley. -...
Meehanide-flengineer, Jim Har-
Architect, Darryl MeMillian.
Forester, iBroc. Jacque Hammock, Eddie -Hoiland, Terry Cha- Jo Beth Hamo look over 'the materials used
Pharmacist arnne, .Luzze.- son, Freddie Capps, Karn King, Susan Binion, A by the Stude.t. Council during Career Day, held
aRe ster.c nurse, 5 ., iT:-. Steve Atchison, Tim Griffin,, Charlie LeWis and I' Wedneay at the P St. Joe High School.
ia Hickfe' '
Surgeon, D I Joe HeadrixV 1" '
Between dessions, free CoLes-
for the studfts were served by -
the Key Clubl' pnd entertainment
was provided' 'by "The 'Endless
Special. credit is due the St. ..-
Joe Pape Company for provide
ing speakers'for the classes. of:
Airline stewardess, forester, sec-,,
retar.y receptionist and mechan-
Local Teachers' Sorority 'Represented
At State Convention In Jacksonville
The Mu State convention of Del- ity".
,i I.appa Gamnrra Society was held At the birthday luncheon Which
at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jackson- commemorated the 34th year of.
vjlie, March 21-23. Mrs.. Jacque the Society in 'Florida, Mrs. Mar-,
Price, president of Beta Beta,chap- jean. Packard, Southeast 'Regional
tor which includes Bay, Gulf and Director. spoke on "Your Special
Calhouin counties, attended' the Opportunity'%.
Present at the President's and
convention. The theme of the con-. Founder's Banquet were four of
Vention was "Seize the Opportun- the founders of the state organi-
zation. Tributes were made to' th
_ __ founders and- to' the president of ,
f the 61 chapters in Florida.
S The address, '"The Choice Is.
Ours" was given by Miss Ruth
5 Tucker, International Second, Vice
A special service was held Sun-
day- morning in memory of mem.-3
bers who had passed away during'
the last 'biennidin.' Among .those
remembered at this time was Mrs.
Lthel Vereen, Panama City, Who
passed away in 1966, while she
was serving as president of B ta
Beta Chapter..' .
., Mrs. Edith Stone of Naples, who
was a member of Beta. Beta Chap-'
ter when she resided in Port St.
Toe, 'is serving as president of
Btfa Kappa Chapter and attended
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Last Thursday ,
Eldridge Colns,i nsLegal Consul-'"
tant, State Department of Educa-
tion, met with teachers,.'sihool ad-
ministrators and supervisors on
March' .27-, in, the,. School Board
meeting room, where he presided
over a discussion concerning Flor-
ida Statutes, and :State School
Board regulations that pertain to
the organization, administration
and operation, of schools.
,Topics covered during the meet-
ing included appointment of per-
sonnel, contracts, a teacher's, e-
sponsibility to children,' legal use
of teacher aides in the school sys-,
ter, types, of discipline a principal
can legally use, liability and an
interpretAtis.p f the new.;conati-
.tuon. point at concn
Apalach vFW Willi
Hide Easter Eggs0
Apalachicola VFW Post "5446 i
sponsoring an Easter egg; hunt ,on
Easter Sunday- i, Battery Park, be-
ginning at Q00p.m ,
The .egg hunt.is for all children
from. toddler.to :.2 years of age. -
Sixty dozen eggs-are being ra-z
,died for the hunt and twenty live
,rabbits will be given away to the
lucky prize egg.winners..
A Zenith stereo repcod, .player
-and two radios, are being given,
,vay also by the VFW post. .
aSat dogs and Cokes will be s1d
t the egg hunt..
S.Some of the speakers, at the Port St. Joe High Christiansoh, Mrs. Joe McCollum, T-Sgt. Jim B.
School Career Day. Front row, left to right, Miss McClelland, Jr., M-Sgt. Roli i Crowell, Jim Har-
Cheri Brooker, Mrs.: Thelma Weber, Mrs. Mary' rison, Ray Brock, Lewis Perkins and' Major Da-
Kaney, Mrs. Anne Strait, Miss Catherine Nix and vid Tuckler.
Mrs. Lavinia Hicks. Second row, left to right, Neil -Star photos
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Civil Defense Designating Fall-Out
Shelters for Gulf County Citizens
S Gulf County's Civil Defense or- the entire population "but some
Sga ization is ndw in the process protection is better than none", he
r of designating fall-out shelters on said. Secondary shelters will be
.a -ounty-wide basis, Director A. P. designated so that all of the people
Jrckson told the Rotary Club last will have some shelter." '
*Tl'usday. The Civil Defense has Jackson said the shelters are
n-aae a study of'population cen- also being designated to care for
ttrs fhroughout the county and a the population in case of natural
ivey has, been made of local disasters, also.
b* : b by state CDipeople. The
I oi bs tt Dpeopi he to After the shelter areas have been
tpte t organization, who desig- established, they will be stocked
what peopleshould go where. with emergency food and water
,i g e supplies and the Civil-Defense will
.Jackson said that the county begini a campaign of notifying the'
dps idt t'have M Anough radiation people of their shelter building.
potectve. buildings to care for Jackson said the state people
have released a state-wide report Kiwanis Lt. Governor, Horace Carr,
ori the effectiveness of Civil De.
fense set-ups in the individyalI
counties. Jackson said Gulf is Visits With Local Club Tuesday
average and above the state-wide
norm. Gulf exceeds many counties Lieutenant Governor of Kiwanis be held in South Florida dunn!
in some areas and lags behind in Division II, Horace Carr of Pan- the summer. An attempt is bein.
others., ama City, visited the Port St. Joe nude to secure President NLxon
The speaker said that at present, Kiwanis Club Tuesday and report- as a speaker to the Convention
when Gulf County goes on alert ed on a recent meeting with the Top-flight entertainment will be
for impending disasters, about 25 State President, who charged the on ihnd for the convention, sue
people go into action immediately. Districts and local clubs for their as the Osmond Borthers. Carr
More can be called in later. year of growth ahead. urged the local club to plan t(
In answering questions, Jackson Carr asked the local club to .,end a delegation to the Interna
said that should a 20 megaton by- stress more and quality member- tional Convention.
drogen bomb be dropped on Tyn- ship during the coming year and
dall Air, Force Base, light dam- called for intensified activity in Guests of the club were Jii
age would result in Gulf County %~.iting with other clubs in the Moore of Panama City, Stan Burge
and the population would have district. of Albany, Georgia and student
about 30 minutes to evacuate or guests Pam Holland, Laura Guil-I
take cover before fall-out began Carr remin.led the Kiwanians of ford, Clay Thomason and David
to pollute the area. the International Convention to Maddox.
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.THE STAR, P6rt St. ioo.F~lorida
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969 PAGEf NIN
Gulf Gets Big
Increase In State
Tallahassee State school
funds exceeding $44 million were
distributed this week.-to Florida's
67 county scool-boards for use
during March, (Bud) Dickinson,. ,Jr, reported 'to-
Dickinson noted that the alloca-
*tion was $20.6 million more than
the amount, released to schooZI a
year ago. -
SThree million -dollars of the
boost are due to a recalculation
bdsed on enrollment increases in
forty-four counties. Usually provid-
ed in oine lump sum, the adjust-
ment is being made in monthly
suns this year, with each 'eligible
county .alig received two prior
Dickifiso aid that the bulk of
the large disbursement and' recal-
,culation $38.8 million. came
from funds of the Minimum Foun-
dation Program, while $2.5 million
was 'derived from state sales tax.
\,Gulf County received $106.575 in
Match from -the released funls..
Gulf received $5b.303. during the
same period last year.
* TAILAtASSE .Mounting
concern over. a lack, of understand-
ing about the true purpose of a
fresh water" fishing license, .and
concern that discrimination exists
within -the ranks of Florida fish-
ermnan-has been expressed by Wil-
liam l. Blake, Acting Chairman of-
the Game and Fresh .Water Fish-
Com m is~lon. o s- a "
"The basic purpose of such a
license is to provide funds' to as-
sure continued good fishing, now,
and in the years to come," he said.
."It is as simple as that," he
stated, and added, "If all resident
fishermen between the ages of 15
and 65, would put up. an equal a-
mount.of license money for con-
servation and, management, Flori-
da's fishing outlook would be much
brighter,'and far more secure."
The present license law exempts
fishermen who fish in their home
county with cane poles from pur-
cbhse of fishing license. The Cori-
w2ssion is.seeking legislation. that
will requir. a. license of all fresh
water fishermi, except children
.under -15,. d residents 65- and
over. *, p t -
: Blake ,said, ,"At' present, there!
Personal and Family Survival Course
Being Offered by Gulf dvil Defe se
A. P.'Jackson. Director of Gulf I.uals should.plain now to be able to
County Civil Defense, announces cope effectively ,with nuclear and
the presentation of the course | natural disasters.
"Personal and FmUly Survival".
Thiso2 anou c urse .iv.l l All adults are invited to attend.
This 12 nour course will be nel
Discussions will be easy to under-
weekly each Monday night from ..
7:30 to 9:30 from April 14 through-n ... ae vll.. iua
May 19, 1969. Meetings will be held by flm andd -filmstrips.
in the conference Room of the r There is no charge for. registra-
County Agents office at the Gulf tion. Those desiring to enroll may
County Courthouse in 'Port St. Joe, call the Civil Defense Office, 227-
The purpose of th e course is' to +
help save lives if a nuclear attack .
should come to America. The fol- I
lowing information will be discus- .Lll
sed: Nuclear weapons and how l e A d
-k-., 1- -..... -.. .
they can barm us,
of such weapons, P
Defense has made
with federal, state
ernments, and how
If you can't
Bo, stop first at the
shop that display
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and not korry with
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cause these dre
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ST. JOE. J
ways we can
om the effects IN THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
?lans our Civil IDA, IN .AND FOR GULF.
in cooperation COUNTY.
and local gov- CAROL ANN LONGSHORE,'
we as individ- Plaintiff,
ESTATE OF LANCE K. O'BRIAN,
S- deease#, by his Administrator Ad
NOTICE OF SUIT.
TO: ANY AND, ALL RELATIVES,
HEIRS, NEXT OF KIN OF THE
DECEDENT, -LANCE K. 0'-
N BRIAN, AND' ANY PERSON,
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH OR
UNDER THE. DECEDENT,
LANCE K. O~BRIAN, WHOSE
S PRESENT ADDRESS AND
RESIDENCES ARE UN-
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
THEREBY NOTIFIED that the Hon-
'P orable N. Russell Bower has been
appointed by order of the Circuit
Court, in and for Gulf County,
Florida, to represent the Estate of
Lance K. O'Brian; as Administrator
Ad Litem in the above styled mat-
stop ter. Anyone having any interest
in or knowledge of this matter
tart should contact the Honorable N.
Russell Bower, 321 Reid Avenue,
S Port St. Joe, Florida, immediately.
S- YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE
brake service FURTHER NOTIFIED that an ac-
the NAPA tion for damages has been filed
vice and De- against you and you are required
)u can be sure to serve a copy of your written de-
h Brake Parts fenses,. if any, to it on Gaskin &
LPA Seal be. Moore, attorneys for plaintiff,
professional whose address is Post Office Box
guaranteed de- 185, Wewahitchka, Florida, and file
illable only the original with the Clerk of the
-repair she above styled Court on or before
A ign. Friday, April 11, 1969, otherwise
a Judgment niay be entered against
you for the relief demanded ini.the.
". -. *Complaint.. :
CheCk td rp WITNESS my hand and the seal
and save of said Court on this the 12th day
big check of March, 1969.
tomloaa r -W. /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court
(SEAL) Q,' 4t-3-13
lTOI CLASSIFIED ADS
., Midget Investments with -
nc. ent mri
'Don .Levens ,*'
ForAGood Deal On
, Plymouth, Chrysler' or-
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panana City
Phon. n- 7895.4372
are two broad groups of fresh
water fishermen, about equal in
numbers. One group puts, up lic-
ense- money for, necessary conser-
vation programs to improve today
fishing -and to extend this oppor-
tunity into the future. The other
group does not, yet enjoys fishing
with equal, if not greater success.
According' to Blake, "A uniform
fresh water fishing license would
continue to allow all children un-
der 1E5, and residents 65 and over
to fish without a license, just as
they do now. However, conserva-
tionm money is too limited to con:
tinue exempting others Irom put-
ting up a fair share to do the job
that must be done-if Florida is to
have a fishing future."
. He continued, "There are three
principal arguments about free
cane pole fishing which appear to | r__J ....9...
be worrying some people. These
are: 'It has always been this way';
there are some6 people who cannot
afford three dollars to buy a lic-
ense; and can pole fishermen must
fish in order to, have food on the
In taking :-agood look at these
arguments, Blake said, "It is true to be unable to buy a fishing lic- a person, should be first to put up
that some cane pole privilege is ense. Others make this claim for an tnnual three dollar investment
traditional in Florida. But where them, but few cane pole fishermen to make sure that he has clean
an annual three dollar investment themselves welcome this financial water in which to fish, and that
unlimited waters, there are tens- rating, especially when renting there will be fish to catch.'
of-thousands who want to fish now, boats, buying bait and gasoline, "This person, if he exists, has
in far less water." and doing other things much more most to lose by holding out for
'free' fishing. By and large, free
"Florida should have broken costly than a license." fishing is a myth. This 'something-
with this tradition many years ago, "Finally, the fisherman who for-nothing' motive can prove to be
and should have used resulting must fish if he or she is to have very costly for Florida's broad con-
funds to carry out Improvement food on the table, if there is such Iservation program for the future."
and management work to meet the
needs of the States exploding pop-
"Few fishermen anywhere, claim
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Corner Third St. and BaltzellA Ave.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSI-P SERVICE ........ 11:00.
TRAINING UNION ................................ 6:30
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ....... -----7:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30
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You Are Cordially 3Ifrted To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ---.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .....
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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,r ,ndatonao -- Cern. ally Heated
$AUI. UP, *11 ,i .I -E RS
WHITE STRIPE TIRES
-Original Equipment on many
of America's finest new 1969 cars!
CORVAIRS, VALIANTS, DAMRS
Sizes 6.50-13 or 7.00-13
,: 4 Forp
f Plus 1.66 (6.50-13) or
$1.86 (7.00-13) per tire
Fed. excise tax, sales
tax and 4 trade-In tires
off your cmar.
Reg. exchange price per tire $29.00
CHEVELLES, FAIRLANES, CHEVY I1,
MUSTANGS, RAMBLERS, FALCONS
Sizes 6.95-14 or 7.35-14
Plus $1.83 (6.95-14) or
$1.87 (7.35-14) per tire
Fed. excise tax, sales .
tax and 4 trade-in tires
off your car.
Reg. exchange price per tire $30.75 Reg.
SOME TEMPESTS, FORDS,
Plus $1.91 peor de
Fed. excise tx .
sales tax and
4 trade-In tires
oIf pyur car.
exchange price per tire 32.00
PLYMOUTHS, F-85's, FORDS, SOME DODGES, CHEVROLETS,
AMBASSADORS, SPECIALS CORVETTES, STUDEBAKERS TEMPESTS, PONTIACS
Size 7.75-14 S Size 7.75-15 Size 8.25-14
Plus $1.95 per tire Plus $1.99 per Iz Pus 18 I
Fed. excise e tax. Fed exci se tax.,
sales tax and sales tax and Sales and
4 trade-in tires 4 trade-in tires 4 ade-intir
off your car. off your car.epuc
Reg exchange price per tire 33.75 Reg. exchange price per tie $3375 Reg. exchangeprice per tire 37.00
.. .. ... R g. p n" tre"#T.Z
MERCURY, FORDS, OLDSMOBILES,
THUNDERBIRDS, PLYMOUTHS CHRYSLERS, LINCOLNS
SSize 8.15-15 Size 8.55-14or 8.85-14 r1
Plus 2.20 per tire Plus $2.46 (8.55-14) or
Fed. Excise tax. $2.74 (6.85-141 per tire
sales tax and Fed. excise tax, sales
4 trade-in ties tax and 4 trade-ln tires
off your car. off your car.
1?eg. exchange price per tire 37.0 Reg. exchange price per tire $40L75
CADILLACS, LIUNCOLS, iBUICS,
OLDS, CHRYLERS, MERCURY
Size.8.45, 8.8569.00, 9.1515
P.i $2.43 -$3AM.4
4 trade-in tits
off youre a.
Reg. easge prime pe gif $#40.75 to -MIN
(MRIVE IN TODAY! NO MONEY DOWN! HURRYi
-own atFirestone Stores. Competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firf-"
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER.
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
Purpose ofState Fishing License
Have Funds to Continue Good Fishing
THIE STAR, Port St. idi, *iohiji
pl' ~ I d' r -
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
- TVE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
FOOD COLORS. 4 btl. box 35c
McCormick's Assorted ". '*'
VANILLA EXTRACT 2 oz- 49c
Nabisco' Cookie Break Vanilla Cren
SANDWICH .__ -15 or. 35c
Del Monte Sliced or Crushed No. 2 Cans
PINEAPPLE ___ 3 no. 2 cans $1.00
Monarch Cut Tip Green No. 300 Can 1
ASPARAGUS ...-- 3 cans $1.00
Baker's Angel Flake
COCONUT ----_ -14 oz. tray 59c
KARO SYRUP _..pt. bfl. 35c
French's Push Button
MUSTARD 12 oz.ear 29c
Whitfield Salad 12 .
PICKLETTES .- 3 jars $1.00
Kleenex Table 50 Ct. Cello
NAPKINS -- _2 pkgs. 49c
Heavy Duty 18"x25'
REYNOLD'S WRAP -i. roll 59c
Campbel's- No. 1 Cans ''*, -
TOMATO SOUP -,7 cans $1.00
W WINTER GARDEN
RICH'S 10 Ojz. Can "
WHIP TOPPING- -can 39c
IE HMORTON ,
%RYIUIN a irvwJ1
Prices Effective Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 2,3, 4 and 5
(QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED)
FREE 5 SMOKED HAMS
To Be Given Away at Each Piggly Wiggly
ONE THURSDAY, APRIL 3, TWO FRIDAY, APRIL 4 AND TWO SATURDAY, APRIL 5. NO PURCHASE RE-
QUIRED. REGISTER FOR P.M. DRAWINGS EACH TIME YOU VISIT PIGGLY WIGGLY. YOU DO NOT HAVE
TO BE PRESENT, TO WIN. WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED.
Join The Happy Piggly Wiggly Winners!
SELECT YOUR /
FROM PIGGLY WIGGLY'S BUNDERFUL
SUPPLY. HAPPY EASTER EGG HUNT!
CATS UP -- ,5
;..^ ^^. ," *~-TPACKS FROSTY MORN '
HUNT'S YELLOW CLING SLICED OR
HALVED PEACHES-- 3
H. A LV ED 'P EA. EAS._S- -----------3
SLICED GREEN 6BEANS--- 5
M.W" AL d lT V dlX Qw i-.
MONARCH FRENCH STYL
U MR EEAKt S J nU~ -- --l- ,. :.
CU T 'G R EEI N BN E A- NS .
FULL QUART. (32 OZ.) !AI
LIMIT ONE JAR WITH $10.00 ORDER
OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
Merico Butter-Me-Not-9g2 Oz. Cans
BISCUITS--- 2 cans 29c
Breakstone 8 Oz. Cup
SOUR CREAM 8 oz. 29c
PLEASURE SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY FOR
QUALITY, VARIETY and ECONOMY .. .
PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS
Ga. Gra 'A' LARGE
Frosty Morn Old Smokey
: :Oy Ci
',9 FROSTY MORN DANDY
S 2C G POUND ROLL
2.4 GaJ, 9
THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE
POTATOES 1lbs. 49c
CELERY,,---- Stalk 19c
CABBAGE'.. Ib. 8c
ANNIVERSARY DISCOUNT SPECIAL
CHOICE OF GRINDS FOLGER'S
Full Pound Vacuum Can
LIMIT ... One Can At this Low, Low Discount
Price with $10.00 Purchase Excluding Cigarettes
WESTERN AGED HEAVY
S CHOICE BEEF SPECIALS
Choice Kansas City
Choice No. -7
Choice Chuck Blade Cut
'::lThe Mildest liquid for Skin and Makes Dishes Sparkle-EMERALD LIQUID
DETERGENT full quart 49c-
NEW MILD PINK UQUID
DETERGENT full quart 39c
Boneless Pot No. 7
ROLLED ROAST 1. lb. 79c ROAST-------- lb. 65c
CHUCK -------- lb. 79c ROUND lb. 89c
l.ib Boneless Brisket
STEW BEEF ---- lb. 39c STEW BEEF -- ---lb. 49c
ANNIVERSARY DISCOUNT SPECIAL
ROBIN HOOD'S FAMOUS COOL RISE
5 Pound Bag
YOUR CHOICE OF PLAIL OR SELF RISING
Country Style Smoked Whole or Half Slab
CENTER CUT BACON lb. 49c
,"Just A Few Left" SWITH PREMIUM Last Chance!
Butterball TURKEYS lb. 39c
' PIGGY WIGGLY
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Frosty Morn Tray Pak,
WE GIVE S&H* GREEN STAMPS!
Ameria'si Most VnlunbIe Stazmpl
THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Florida : THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1969
-S-HOP ~r M
.. .. ...
tih store that
cares bout youl
Jan Parker Over 2/13 Fri Nuts
e'SA $ .9
S5 LB. CTN.
" LB. TIN
"Supe, IUbtWqs n 3e FuN CGu
"S.perMgbt Boneless Beef ShouId
Swiss Steak ,-
Round Steak i
m.ia i .0 f o O QuiCK i-rozen Western Western Fried
Ni, B Butts lb 49c Beef Patties b. 89c
.Swift's Pirmium Al Meat
79c Pork Steaks .i Sns Franks lk 65
"Supr P ight Western Sliced Y Qick P ron (ll ,
jgu Pork Loin lb. 69c Perch Fiets 39
69 oc. .
eodk. Str.rom. "Cr-my Bue.r Btd" Sultana Quick Frozen-11 O1. Pk.
You Turke .' v.4 Meat Dinners i for 89c
Yo T* UFO .. *. *. .' -* i^ ^ .--
R LB. CTN.9 o
3 LB. CTN. onl s rn
Jane Parker Dutch Speciall
APPLE PIES 21 1B..8oz.pies, 89c
Q Jane Parker Rep. or Sandwich Sliced
WHITE BREAD 2 B. loaves55
)ALL A&P STORIEK
Ann Page Assorted Flavors
Jelly Eggs.... 1Bbag
Ann Page Medium Size Panned
Marshmallow Eggs 33c~
Ann Page Chocolate Covered Coconut
Cream Eggs... 3for25c
Ann Page Decorated Standing
Choc. Rabbit... z. size45c
Carnival 12-oz. Bag
Easter Basket Mix.,. 35c
Tray of 10 (4V-oz. pkg.) Ann Page
S marshmallow Rabbits 35c
TOWELS Jumbo Rolls 31/$1
KLEENEX Box of 200 41$1
NAPKINS Box of 50 4/$1
Delsey 2 roll pack 5/11
. Umit (2 Roll Pk) w,$5.00 o or .ororder
Sunnybrook Fresh Fla. Grade A Med. ,
Paas Brand Easter Egg Dyes
from 1Oc to 39a
FRESH TENDER YELLOW
FRESH CRISP YOUNQ
B A NAN
CELERY 2staks only
AS 2s25 S
VERY YOUNG, SMALL, IMENWK -m IM16
LeSueur Peas17 OZ. CAN 29
Ann Page Peach, Pineapple or Apricot 1-Lb. Can A&P Brand .. Special!
Preserves 21-B jar59c FRUIT COCKTAIL 2/49c
A&P Bran4 Crust for Speciall 1-Lb. Can A&P Brand Special [
Pie Shells 2 s.of 2 69 Apple Sauce 2139
25-ft. Roll Heavy Duty Speciall 46.oz. Can A&P Brand Speciall
Reynolds-Wrap 59 PINEAPPLE JUICE 3/89'
.om... '. r ;; .
5.00 or more order :*:*:*:*:*:**'*.':
k lWearever Teflon I
SC0wkware pThru Our .
GIFT CHEK Program
i$5 thin $9.09 Food Order
(exci.Beaer, Wine & Cigarettes
2 FREE GFF'~E S
$10 S ormre Food Ordler S
(excL Beer, Wine & Cliparsitua
SA&P Look-Fit Inst. Diet i
Food Mix 2.6 oz. 69c|
S, Wi th lsi coupon and purchase of
"Supr.-Righl" County Treat Whi Hog
PORK SAUSAGE 1lb. bag69c
FRgEE oFT TITrEK
S ,thscoope+nadmi-d mdf
: U.S I Round Wfhil
POTITOES 10lb. bag
S ',,, -,*************** ,
iSSPRAY STAR91 22 .cm-5.
,Lb____jEE _alEt FREE GI)FvTH ClEK iE
TOMATOES lb. 29c (een Cabage I 5c *
Si|IF UNABLE TO PURCHASEANY C 2
S el .liADVERTISED ITEM, PLEASE RE. AP p... wl.,H E" D .i AJ.A.I.U W"r
k ciUEST. A.RAINCHECKI Pric in JHA IRSPRAY'14 ozc.7n WONDERFOIL 25ft.ra 53c
S.ee rios l thls Ad are Good though Sea iSIo5
GQOD IhMOUGH APRIL 5 rday, Apri 5. *
SLiCD BACON 2 lb. cm$1.35
A TMc Off. bll Shdml* -_
}|INST. COFFEE oz. ar JB
I' ISC FREE G zn's-tREK
Car expenses' have been edging
up more than is justified by the
recently added safety features.
What defense do you have a-
gainst these rising prices? Dr.
Moxley recommends that on some
purchases you can defend your-
self against the inflation by selec-,
tive buying, especially of food, and
by timing your buying. Even while
prices are rising, there ire aiany
cut-price sales and clearances.
by the Florida Power Corporation
As ground beef is one of the
basic meats served frequently to
our families, variety in recipe is
a ""must". Cheese and sweet pickle
relish is added to this meat loaf
recipe which gives zest and zing
to a deliciously flavored main dish.
F or suggested accompaniments
"serve parsley potatoes, creamed
peas with onions, and prepared
ice cream cake roll.
CHEESBURGER MEAT LOAF
1 lbs. lean ground beef
I tegg ..
% cup fine bread, crumbs
cup finely chopped parsley
1 teaspoon. salt '
-1/ teaspoon pepper
I can tomato, sause with onions
I cup shredded Cheddar cheese
% cup pickle relish
Place the ground beef, egg,
'bread crumbs, parsley, salt and
pepper in a mixing bowl. Pour
one-half of the tomato sauce mix-
ture over the beef. Mix thoroughly.
Pack one-half of the ground beef
Ptixture into a loaf pan. Sprinkle
evenly with cheese and pickle re-
lish. Pack remaining meat mix-
ture on top.
Bake in a 350 degree F oven for
1 hour. Carefully spoon off excess
fat. Pour remaining tomato sause
over top; bake 15 minutes more.
Let stand 5 minutes then invert on
heated serving platter. Makes 6
'How About the
Condition of Your
Dollar nn 1969
GAINESVILLE What kind of
financial situation will 'you have
to deal with in 1969?
A 3 to 4 percent increase in liv-
ing costs may be expected. In the
past three years the. cost of living
has risen 11.5 percent.. In 1968 a-'
lone, living costs rose over 4.5 per-
cent, Economist Dr. C,. C. Moxley,
Florida Agricultural Extension Ser-
vice, University of Florida points
Despite pay increases, the aver-
age worker with three dependents
currently finds himself with $88.49
a week in take-home pay in terms
of 1957-59 dollars, compared to
$87.12 a year ago on the same basis.
So he is ahead just $1.47 in real
purchasing. power. 'An average
worker with no dependents did not
fare even as well as that.
STwo of the toughest causes for
the cost of living increase 4re
housing (the cost of home owner-
ship) and medical care. High in-
terest rates are the major cause
for the rise in housing cost, which
is up 7.5 percent this past year.
Medical care is up 6 percent this
year and 48 percent in thel past
To help avoid some of the high-
er prices, Dr. Moxley offers some
'price prospects for 1969 on specif-
ic items to buy.
Food prices will be a little
higher in 1969. But the rise will
not be as large as this past year.
'For one reason, meat is in good
supply, with pork cheaper than last
year and beef about the same.
Look for the store specials. Su-
permarkets have relatively low
prices on such 'feature items as
chuck and pork shoulders. Broilers
ard turkey will not be quite the
bargain they have been in recent
years. Eggs, too, cost more this
year, but are still an outstanding
buy in food value.
Household i appliances, furniture,
and floor coverings all are higher
this year, except for TV sets which
have had lagging sales. Shop the
sales for specials on furniture,
bedding, blankets, refrigerators,
and floor coverings.
The cost of shoes has gone up
six percent this past year. Shop
the shoe sales.
Jane Parker Golden EASER
.4 Different Colorful
r---mr r a rammov
THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Florida
of Milledgevillc, six grandchil-
dren and two great grandchil-
*. -, Active cas!ectbearers we.re.
(Continued From Page 1) Kenneth Creech, Barney Earlw,
Phjilip Crooni.,. Ed Haskin, Hen-
E. Crooms, Jr.. of Mexico Beach ry Hobson and Wiiam Lyles.
r.nd Malcolni- E. .Crooms of St Prevatt Funeral Honme was in.
Louis, Mo; one daughter, Mrs. charge of all local arrange-
Maijorle St John of Mexico ments.
Beach; two brothers, Morton and ____i__,
Thomas, .bothof .Milledgevi~le,
Ga.; one sister, Mrs. Lillian Dunn Por St. Joe Needs An Airport
.-DIXIE YOUTH BASEBALL
RUBBER CLEAT SHOES --$5.
FIELDERS, FIRST BASE and CATCHER'S
BALL GLOVES ----from $3.99
2S" and 31"
BASEBALL BATS --- $2.79
BASEBALLS --- $1.19 to $2.39
DAVE MAY, Owner
SManyof today's "wonder drugs" are only idglescents
In'the developing wolddof scientific mifacile. TheOty.
pertension drugs meiad their debut with Rauwiloid in
1953. And in 1954; nqul lizer were first released
for-publ consumptimn..the same year oionas Salk
led the Wayfor the dmieicbredUthroughin polio con-
:. tro In 19.2, enzyme wereintroduced to accelerate
tissueripjraflnd- luce nflanimdtion. Going back
a lIttle furt.lerwe find that penicillin... ,whih His
prove. so neoc 1y.to Ife...has been in use Just 19
*ryear ItwYa ao that the antiilstaminm
.- flrstappe-.av hiterwPhmIcst'sshelve Bearing
These Odevelopm mind, the futfie Ofprescrip*
to oh.diUgs prmiMie dscovowies Inconceivable to the
SFothdhighlest phannceutcl standard, low prices
cohnistent with quality and the personal attention you
: c an always depend upon,-bring your prescriptions to
O '-OUR ( PHARMACY
Buzzett' s rug. S re
317 Wiliains Ayenue Phone 27-3371
Driven Window Service Plenty of Free Parking
up o1 ine -,oc ys, i oiasorm uge, ,
Vitro Rockets, Telco and Citi-:
Szens Federal. :
Games coming up this week
Tuesday, Rotary vs Boxers and
Vitro Rockets vs Telco.
Wednesday, Ford Western vs
Hard-Stars and Citizens Federal
FULL WITH FREEZER AND
-. 2ADIUSTABLE C. "... LT
r :,lELVES ; .. ..
i BIG 9.67 CU. FT. FRESH
:, EOOD SECTION
S TWO EGG SHELVES,
= BUTTER COMPARTMNT
ENAMEL VEGETABLE BIN
9/10 Bushel capacity ..
Mo odel 'TA-12SA
S 11,5 Cu. Ft. N1et Volume- ,*
Arnolds Furniture and TV
Thanks Offered for
Help with Barbecue
Bill Brbwn, Chairman of the.
Dixie Youth Baseball annual bar-"
becue reports' (that this year's
barbecue was one of the most
Ssucessful ever held. Long lines
:formed from noon Saturday un-
til late Saturday afternoon and
'the "chefs" could. not' keep
ahead of the demand.
All profits made'from the bar-'
'becue will be used to provide.
equipment .and" meet other ex-'
penses of Port St. Joe's 'Dixie'
Youth Baseball League. In ad-
dition to all. the, people who-
worked to mnke: the annual bar-
becue a success, rown acknow:"
lodged the help of the St. Joe
Paper Company, Radio Station
':WJOE; The .Star, Rich's IGA,,
Piggly Wiggly, Pate's Shell Ser- -
vice and. Pepsi' Cola Bdittling';
-After the first publication of this,
notice, Thursday, March 20, 1969,'
I will not 'be responsible for any-
debts -other' than those incurred
by me, personally.
'- LESTER REEVES 3t-4-3
/There's Action A-Plenty In Weeds
By-Tom Addrews ,'
Remember the last-time you were out on the water 'on a dead-
calm, blistering-hot day? The early-morning action probably per-
sisted a bit water than usual. And before. you knew it, your watch
said it was 11 .m. and-. ou realized it had been 30 minutes or
More since -your last nibble orstrike...
Soyou just-packed up your
gear and went in for lunch- Now cast inshore a couple of
right? Well, ..I'm afraid that's dozen times- later casts can be
what mo;t' of~is do, dnd asl a parallel to the shore. Let your
result,. we lose-hodrs of poteh- spoon sink, but don't begin the
tially great fishing time out of retrieve. Count to '10' first, then
our too-few su.pmer days. start an extremely) ow retrieve.'
ManIy long years ago, I us'ed Turn the reel handle only 'a
- to di'ise fishermen td knock off, few times, then stop. RepeAtf
-. during midday, houis, in, hot the count, and once more move
weather. But that was before the lure:
my "Weedbed Education" was This is the secret to weedless,
omplTheres a better a productive weedbed fishing!
'First, let's assn me you have That Silver innow, even
:spotted the.weed areas n that thothough t's the best weedles
favorite lakeor'thafp local an- lure I ve ever used, can't work
gler can point themoaut to you. miracles if it's ripped through
Next, you've. got to have a weed- the weeds with a hell-for;
less Johnson Silver.fl'innow and leather retrieve.-
pork rind in your tackle box;. So if many casts fail to bring
Matter of fact, there ought to a lunker out of his weedy den,
be two of .these spoons-one sil- dig your purple Silver Minnow
ver and one purple--and some and a purple or, black pork
Purple or black pork as well as rind out of the tackle box.
white rind, ,.frogs, or rubber Then cast and retrieve as we've
skirts, suggested, and watch for action!
Move to the outer edge of the For reasons that fish alone
weedbed and anchor to get ab- seem to understand, the com-
solute control of the lure: Snap bination of a' ddak lure and
on a silver-finished Silver Min- trailer on a hot', bright day
now and a white pork strip. seem somehow irresistible.
Hugh W. White Elected As Assistant
Vice President by St. Joe Paper Co.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., March 't. Joe ,Paper Company, as an
27 The .election of Hugh WV. assistant vice president of *the
White, Jr. chief forester of the company was announced today
:by J.. C. Belin, St. Joe president
following a meeting of the board
Dixie iYouth BD ll of directors. .., e cide
Dixie To, Mr.. White, vfbiq became chief
forester a year ago, heads up St..
Conftnued Prom Page ) -. Joe's Woodlands Division and its
seven forestry units located in
er boys, with the National Lea- Bay, Gulf, Franklin, Liberty and
gue operating with 10, 11 and 12 Wakulla counties in Florida and
year olds. Daughterty Coqnty in Georgia.
Games will be played each The division's activities include
evening in 'both leagues at 5:00 land management, planting of
p.m. seedling trees, purchase of equip-
A .gig game-will be played ment, fire protection and soil.
each lFriday evening beginning classification. ,. *.-
at 7:00 (.m. in the National A forestry graduate of the Tni-
League orily. The American Lea- versity of Georgia, Mr. White has
gue game will be played at 5,:00 been with St. Joe in forestry,
p.m. on Fridays. work since 1947. He is a member
Teams in the National League of the Society of American For-
are Krafties, Dozers, Rotary, -esters and chairman 6 the 'For-
Boxers, Ford-Western and Hard-, estry Division of the, Florida
Stars. ,. State Chamber of Commerce.
The American League is made -f
U htf S kCf Matas' ni. Lod ete
ssi fied Ad A
DSS II S
Everybody Reads em;
bedroom house, large FOR SALE: 20" rotary power lawn
om, built-in kitchen, mower, 2 years old. Like new. NO. 1 DRIVE.IN THEATRE
separate dining- room, $35.00. Call 229-2491. Itp Apalachicola, Florida i
I back yard. For ap- FOR SALE: Power sprayer, 30 gal. Friday and Saturday
all 229-3626 or Pfter capacity. Like new. See E. H. Vit- April 4 and 5
86. tfc.3-27 turn ,'tfc-2-13 2'BIG SHOWS --
GOOD SELECTION of used TV's. Charlton beston Western
House at 605 Marvin Arnold's Furpiture & TV. 323. "WILL PENNY"
rooms. wall to wall Re-d Ave. tfe-2-29 e
carpet in living room and dining
room. Cypress paneled thruout.
On 2 lots. Phone 227-7111. tfc3-6
HOUSE FOR SALE: 222 6 St. 1288
ft. living space. 3 bedrooms, liv-
ing room, dining room, kitchen,
bath, screened front and back
porch. Large junk house in back
yard. Chain link fence. P. W. Petty.
Phone 229-1671. tfc-2-6
FOR SALE: Solid brick 2-bedroom
home on corner lot. 1031 Long
Avenue at 13th St. J. A. Mira, 648-
4128. i fe-1-30
FOR SALE: Small house, 20'x30'
to be removed from property.
Located 13th Street, between Long
and -McClellan. J. A. Mira, 648-8325.
FOR SALE: Nice :2 bedroom house
with bath and ?2, large living
room and family room at .518 7th
St. See Mrs. Dewey Davis or phone
FOR SALE: In Wewahitchka, 2
bedroom home located on lOOx
100 lot near intersection of White
City Hiway and Overstreet Road.
Fronts on hiway. Available for im-
mediate possession. Small down
payment and owner will finance.
Contact Johnny Jones, Box 246 or
call 763-4282 collect in Panama
FOR SALE:, Beautiful waterfront
home for less than $9.00 per sq.
ft. of living space. Air and auto-
matic heat. Leaving state and must
sell. H. F. Ayers. 227-3986. tfc-4-3
FOR' RENT: Tiailer space for one
or two house trailers : on, lots
back of Costin's Cottages, Beacon:
Hill. Call 227'-816. tfc-12W
FOR RENT: Warehutse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
Phone 2274271. ,tfc-8
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 419, First St., High-
land View. $25.00 per month. Call-
648-4101. .' tfc-2-13
'FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Phone 229-1361. tfc-2-27
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished ap-
artment, air conditioned. Phone
227-7431 or 227-3972. tfc-3-27
FOR RENT:.2 bedroom house on
Ga4rson Ave. Call 229-4571 af-
ter 4:00 p.m. tfc3-29
FOR SALE: Garden Club caladiums
bulbs. Good selection. Top qual-,
ity. 20c, 25c arid 35c each. See at-
home of Mrs. R. H. McIntosh, Con-
-stitution Drive or phone 227-4411.
FOR SALE: 3 male Poodles. 8 wks.
old. David Rich, phone 229-4652
'or 229-2575. tfc-4-3
FOR" SALE: Conn Tenor Saxophone
o. : B e. See
George Boyer, phone 643-3262. tfc
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials
I Low down pMyment. Phone 227.
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. Call 'Mabel Baxley.
229-6100 after 5 p.m. 1109 Mon-
ament Ave. tfc-9.-26
Typing and shorthand required.
Permanent position. Good salary
and working conditions. Call 648-
3141 or 648-3111.
MAID SERVICE wanted for rental
houses on Mexico Beach. Must
have transportation. Call 648-3141
20 horsepower -- $426.60
15 horsepower $535.00
45 horsepower $595.00
- 55 horsepower $746.00
70 horsepower -- .- $999.00
ECONOMY CASH STORE
INCOME TAX RETURNS
BERNARD 0. WESTER
813 Marvin Avenue
Phone 227-8586 after 5 p.m.
Subscriber to Prentice-Hall
Federal Tax Guide.
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Robert L.
Montgomery. 505, 3rd St.. Phone
WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
Aluminum and east iron welding.
Years df experience. Call"-J. L.
Temple 229-6167. 102 Palm Blvd.
TRZE SERVICE: Trbes taken down
""alrd remove or trimmed. Call
653-8772 or 653-6343, -Apalachicola.w
-- AlSO, New- -
"TARZAN and the GREAT.
NEXT WEEK -
CLOSED FOR VACATION
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
" mi3., ii.AtNCE SERVICE
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
Have your own business, man or
lady. Short hours, easy, dignified,
pleasant outdoors activity. No sell-
ing or soliciting, we will establish
in yourarea, you own and operate
it. Good' steady income. Start small
and expand with part of profits.
You pay only for equipment and
Merchandise. We help finance.
Minimum $1368.32 part time or
$336065 required to get started
full time. Write' now. South East
Regional Office National Nut and
Candy Co., Inc., 100 N. Mississippi
Ave., Lynn Haven, Florida 32444.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 2294986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.--Regular convocation on St .
Joseph, Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BUR0H, H. Pi
WALTER GRAHAM, See.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114,
STHE AMERICAN. EEION, meet-
irg second and four i Te.day
nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legioa
TH ERE WILL BE a regular 6m-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M.,; every fist
and third Thursday at 800 pi.
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Sharks Down Quincy; Lose Again
To A 'Rough Rutherford Nine Tuesday
The Port St. Joe Sharks took a ford Rams completely dominated
baseball victory from Quincy Sat- the Sharks, chalking up an 18-0
urday, 12 to 4, but fell victim again victory.
to the rugged Rutherford nine on The Sharks sent three pitchers
'Tuesday. to the mound to try and silence
Donald Capps, the ace of the the Ram's bats, but to no avail.
pitching -staff,, was the winning
pitcher, giving, up four runs on David Langston started 'his first
six hits. game on the hill for the Sharks,
Leading the Shark attack at the but was shelled hard. He gave way
bat were Junior Charles Smith with to Gainous who was not effective
a perfect day at two for two; Fresh- against the Rams either. Steve Ma-
man Jim Belin, Sophomore John- cormber' finished the game which
ny "Goodman and Senior Terry was called in the fifth inning by
Parrish each collected two hits for the. 10 run rule.
four trips at bat. ,- This afternoon, the Sharks will
Port St. Joe is now leading the meet. Carrabelle here in Port St.
Gulf Coast Conference with a 2-0 .Joe. at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, the
record The victories include wins Sharks will play host to conference
over Blountstown and Quincy. foe, Monticello in a double header.
Tuesday afternoon, the Ruther- The fist game will start at 3:30.
Port St. Joe Cagers Are
Four Port St. Joe young .men '
caught the eye of Florida Sports-
writers Association in the recent
Class B and C tournaments held
in Jacksonville and were includ-
ed in selections for the combined ,
B-C all-state prep school basket-
ball team selected by the writers.
With boys from both classifica-
tions all over the state eligible
for the all-state team, David
Langston was chosen for .the
first' team. Charlie Lewis of Port
St. Joe High received honorable
James McGee and Iorris Lang-
ston of Washington !.igh ere
picked for honorable -mention.,
The four Port St. Joe athletes
were among 25 honored state-
FOR SALE: 4
6 call 227-44
Ave. 2- hb
A STAR Classified..
. They Get The Job Doe. ,
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