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Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970 NUMBER 31
City Presented First Preliminary
Plans for $5.5 Million Sewer Plant
f $5. ink
Gary Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hut-
chins and a senior at Port St. Joe High School, will
enter his exhibit in the 15th Annual Florida State
Science Fair beginning today in Pensacola.
Hutchins is presenting his Voice Activated
Radio Telephone (VART) in the fair, which he
built himself from pieces he scrounged here and
there. The exhibit las already won first place
in 'the Applied Physics and "Engineering show held
in Panama City recently. Hutchins' gadget also
was second runner-up 'for grand prize in the
show, among all entries.
Gary's machine is a useful one. It can be.
used by him to call someone.,on the telephone
from a CB radio he has in his car. The machine
stays hooked to the Hutchin's home telephone.
If one of Gary's friends happens to call while
he isn't home, the machine answers the phone-
with a tape recording stating that Gary's' isn't
home and would the caller please leave a, mes-
sage. The machine then calls Gary on his CB
radio in his car and relays the' message. He then
can return the call through the machine, vid tele-
Gary's biggest complaint at the area science
fair was that none of the judges opened up his
console box and looked at all the hard work he
put into his exhibit.
Sharks Play Kentucky State Champs Here Monday Night
Sharks. in Middle of Most
Ambitious Baseball Season
Port St. Joe High School pick-
ed up its seventh baseball vic-
tory against four defeats Mon-
day afternoon by downing Flor-
ida High of Tallahassee 8-1 here
in Port St. Joe.
Behind the strong pitching of
Junior right-hander Steve Adams,
the Sharks defeated the 1969
class "B" 'champions. Adams gave
up five hits and struck out 10
men in the victory. He was never
in serious trouble. Adams helped
his own cause by hitting two
doubles in three trips to the
Outstanding defensive work
was turned in by Charles Smith
in left field.
The Sharks next home game
will be .Saturday afternoon
against Wakulla. The Rebels de-
feated the Sharks 2-1 earlier in,
T y t
:--Last Thursday, the Sharks de-
feated conference foe, Madison
High 9-4 at Shark field. Winning
pitcher was left handed Phil
McLeod who yielded to reliever
freshman Greg Goodman late in
the game. Coach Gerald Lewter
says Goodman is showing good
promise this season as a relief
Norris Langston led the Sharks
at the plate with a perfect day.
He had three hits for six trips
Jim Belin and Mike Wimberly
also hit well for the Sharks.
Tomorrow the Sharks go to
Madison for a conference game.
Saturday, Wakulla will be in
Port St. Joe at 1:00 p.m.
Next Monday night at 7:30 p.m.
the Sharks will meet Owensboro,
Kenthcky, here in Port St. Joe.
In 1969 Owensboro was the
Kentucky state champions. They'
have five starters returning from
the championship team. They
are: Terry Baird, leading hitter
in 1969; Tom Brown, leading cat-
cher in 1969; Terry Gabbart, all-
state pitchr, 1969; Jerry Price,
third base and pitcher and Mike
Strehl, all-state first baseman.
Owensboro has made the
spring trip to Florida for the past
three years. Last year they post-
ed a 6-1 record losing only to
the Florida State freshman team.
Port St. Joe is playing its most
ambitious baseball schedule in
several seasons this year. Includ-
ed in their 18 regular season
games -are five games against
class AA schools, two games
against class A teams, \ eight
games in their own class B and
three games with class C teams.'
The Sharks have four confer-*.
ence games remaining.
The present starting line-up
(Continued On Page 12.
David B. Smith, Engineers, of
St. Petersburg,'6has presented the
first preliminary drawings to the
City CommissiOn this week on
porothy O. Pate
Taken b Death
i Ms Dorothy Pate, age 39,
Spssed away at :10:30 a.m. Tues-
day' at Municipal Hospital fol-
lowing a short illness. She was
a resident of Oak Grove.
Miss Pate is survived by her
mother, Mrs. Eva L. Pate of
Oak Grove two,. sisters, Mrs.
Joyce Vathis of Apalachicola and
'Mrs. Lois Smith of Port St. Joe;
one brother, Willie Carr Pate of
Port St. Joe .,
Funeral services will be held
at 4:b0 p.m. today from the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church
conducted by Rev. Clayton Wil-
kinson, pastor, assisted by Rev.
C. Byron Smith. Interment will
follow in the family plot of Hol-
ly Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Ralph Pitt-
man, Cecil Costin, Jr., Carl Guil-,
ford, Aubrey Tomlinson, John
Williams and Rocky Comforter.
Comforter Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangemnents.
Highland View Church
To Dedicate Home
The Highland View Church of
God will dedicate their new par-
sonage this Saoay morning aat
the 11:00 A.M. worship services.
Rev. D. A. Biggs of Tampa will
be the guest speaker. Rev. Biggs
is the State Overseer of the
Churches of God in Florida, and
also chairman of the World Mis-
sions Board of the Church of
Everyone is invited to attend
the special service by the local
church anid by Rev.' and- Mrs..
Robert Cary and family.
Graveside Rites for,
'Infant Boy Wilson
Graveside. services for infant
boy Wilson were held Saturday
at Holly Hill Cemetery with the
Rev. James L. Gosnell officiating.
The child is' survived by 'his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson
of White City; two brothers, Tim-'
dthy Duane /and John Michael,
'his maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Laurimore of'
White City and paternal 'rand-'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles.
Wilson of Apalachicola. .
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
BASEBALL SHARKS-Front row, left to right: Manager Marvin Charles Smith, Steve Adams, Dennis Atchison, Steve Macomber,,
Atkins, Greg Goodman, Greg Knox, Jim Faison, Johnny Goodman, Mike Wimberly, Curtis Little, Ken Whittle, Phil McLeod and Nor-
Glenn Harper, Mike White, Kloskia Lowery. Back row: Jim Belin, ris Langston. I---Star photo
the City's proposed sewage dis-
Smith representatives told;the
Board this week that the final
preliminary plans will bei ready.
in order for the City to meet its
May 4' deadline of filing accept-
abe! plans to the 'State Board
of health' and Rehabilitative' Set-
vides. The Board was given .this
deadline 18 months ago to con-
ply with new regulations for -eW-
age disposal plants. Every munl-
cipality in the State,' operating
primary disposal plants were al-
The proposed disposal plant
being planned by the City is
the first of its kind in the state
since the plant will accept and
treat wastes from local industry
as well as domestic sewage.
The engineers' figures show
that a combined daily flow of 32
million gallons can be expected
when the plant is put into use.
The plant itself will be designed
to handle nearly 47 million gal-
Ions of sewage and waste per
Plans are to dump the plant's
Tomlinson Will Head
M. P. Tomlinson was elected
chairman of the Board of Com-
missioners of the Northwest Flor-
ida Regional Housing Authority
last week: nd at the annual meet-
ing of the Authority held in Tal-
Tomlinsn is presently serving,,
his third trm of four years each
Central office of the Author-
ity is in Graceville with E. Whit-
ford Ware as executive director. -
The Authority, organized in
1941, provides government as-
sisted low rent housing in cities
of 2500 or less. The Authority
operates in 21 counties west iof
the Suwannee River. and has .15
housing projects located in 12
Request Made for
Sunland Park Funds
g he State of Florida has chan-
ge the State primary dates to
early September, which conflicts
with Municipal Elections for the
City of Port St.. Joe. The City
Charter now call for City elec-
tions to be held the first Tuesday
after the first Monday in Sep-
tember with the run-off election
two weeks later.
The conflict of dates prompted
, the Commission Tuesday night
to instruct Attorney William J.
Rish to draw up a local bill to
present to the current session of
the Legislature to change the
City's' election date to the sec-
ond Tuesday in May, beginning
with May, 1971. The run-off
election would be held two weeks
Even if a move now being at-
tempted to change the State's
election dates to July is success-
ful, the City will Inaintain the
May primary dates.
SCommissioners who would nor-
mally come up for re-election in
September of this year will con-
tinue their terms until next May.
Change Planned for
City Primary Date
Dr. William J. Tait of the De-
partment of Recreation has said
that his department will make a
request for $127,440 from the
Florida Legislature to finance the
first.phase of construction of the
proposed Sunland Training 'Cen-
ter recreational park on St. Jo-
The initial appropriation would
pay for architectural service, ba-
sic road program, a water system,
one bath house, director's resi-
dence, play areas, dock, trails,
director's salary and site level-
ing and clearing.
waste water into the bay. After
treatment, it will be 90% 'pure
which :is more than' acceptable
for the state's anti-pollution, re-
- .quirements.. No solids will be
discharged from the plant, but
,Wi\ll be completely digested.
Engineering. figures show that
sewage from the City's residences
"and business houses will account
for about a half million gallons
'6f flow per day. Glidden Com-1
pany will also have about a half'
million. gallons of effluent with
the remainder coming from St.
Joe Paper Company.
Estimated costs for,the system
have been set at approximately
$5.5 million with the system to
be self-liquidating by charging
those using th system on a per-
centage of flow basis. The City
Commission already has' a com-
mitment 'to' sell the necessary
revenue certifibctes to finance
Bass for Dinner
Bill Rich and P. D. Prows caught these 11 bass in Lake Wimico
on Tuesday evening of last week. They said they had more, but
they had "given them away to friends". P. D., skilled actor that he
is, is biting his tongue like the string is heavy -Star photo
Cleckley, School Board Come to
Agreement On Price of Property
Charles Cleckley of Wewa-
hitchka and the Gulf County
School Board finally ended a
long disagreement over the price
of 2.14 acres the Board purchased'
for the new high school site in
the North-Gulf County, city.
The School Board had offered
Cleckley $1,500 per acre for the
property, but he wanted $5,500.
In condemnation proceedings,
a jury allowed Cleckley $1,250
per acre or a total of $2,675.
Cleckley wouldn't accept the
jury's valuation saying he had
paid $3,500 for the land, plus in-
terest and taxes for a few years.,
Tuesday, at the regular month-
ly meeting of the Board, "Cleck-
ley settled for $3,401,0 out of
which he must pay some attor-'
ney's fees accrued during the
Cleckley said he hated t6 sell
the land for j loss but that he
was tired of being in court. '
Several of the Board's custo- '
dial personnel, with Ben C. Wil- I
liams as spokesman, appeared be-
fore the Board asking for a elar-
ification of work rules. The pri-
mary ,points were requesting an
adoption of a uniform timekeep-
ing system and asking for equal ;
time off or more pay for over-
The 'Board agreed to honor,
Military Rites Given Jack Y. Prince
Sunday from Comforter Chapel
Jack Y. Prince, age 61, passed
away at Municipal Hospital last
Mr. Prince attended Georgia
Military Academy and the Uni-
versity of Tennessee and -was
football coach at Lake Butler.
During World War II he was
with the U. S. Air Force in Eng-
land. He was a member of the
For the past 23 years, Prince
was. a merchant at Beacon Hill
where he resided at the -time of
Prince is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Thelma K. Prince of
Beacon Hill; three daughters,
Mrs. Patsy White of Pensacola,
Miss Jackie Prince of Tallahas-
see and Mrs. Ronnie McDonald of
Ft. Benning, Georgia; two grand-
children Stephanie and Gregory.
White of Pensacola; one brother,
B. C. Prince of White City and
a sister, Mrs. Mary Sallie Gra-
ham of Panacea.
Funeral services were held at
2:30 p.m. Sunday from the Com-
forter Funeral Home Chapel con- -
ducted by Rev. John Ash, Pastor
of the Presbyterian Church of
Port St, Joe.
Interment followed in the
family plot of Holly Hill Ceme-
tery with full military honors.
Pallbearers were Lt. John Mc-
Donald, Gene White, Ray Gra-
ham, R. L. Prince, Freemai
Yates and Frank Kendrix.
Services were under the direc-
tion of Comforter Funeral Home
of Port St. Joe.
Hutchins Entering Science Fair
W W ,=THE STAR Port St. Jo, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970'
Let The Old Man...
The' U. S. government seemingly can't keep from
blundering into compromising (in this case "discrimina-
tory") situations, no matter how hard it tries. One
would think the government was almost an adolescent, it
appears to be so awkward.
The government has now stepped on some toes with
iits census forms. And, we don't mean the complaint that
;' the forms delve into areas that are none of the govern-
*'ment's business.- They have been taking their licks on
- this matter too.
A Of late, a women's liberation group has protested be-
ing labeled in a secondary and compromising position, as
,.the housewife. The ladies are hurt that, in their opinion,
the census forms consider them secondary in importance.
The ladies are starting a campaign to have the wife listed
first oo the census forms and the husband listed "husband
> "Big Switch
Reading in the Gadsden County papers last week of
that county's ihvestigatibn into the possibility of switch-
.',ing from giving away commodity groceries to adoption
;' of the Food Stamp plan reminded us' that the Gulf
, County Commission was going to investigate the Food
SStamp program for our county ... but, as yet, they
Sto get someone here
eration, but the att
time, the subject ha
The attempts b:
plans of our Board t
Reading the Ga
other items to light
>re told us that an attempt was made
to explain "Food Stamps and their op-
.empt was unsuccessful. Since that
s slipped the Board's mind.
y Gadsden County should renew the
o investigate this avenue.
adsden County paprs also brought
concerning the Food Stamp program.
Here we go ,again.
Governor Marvin Mandel, we read, is in a'great dither
because he doesn't know whether, in good conscience, he
i cath,sign a bill just passed by the Maryland legislature re-
quiring all public school pupils to salute the flag of the
United States. Even though the measure permits non-
conformist students to-"be excused from class during the
, pledge of allegiance, the Governor is still worried that
it might be "unconstitutional."
First, we recommend that he go ahead and sign the
measure into law and let the Supreme Court worry about
constitutional requirements. Second, we can remember
a time not so very far back when any kid in school not
Too Late To Classify
by RUSSELL KAY
- W ^^^^^ -" ^
\- You may or may not remember
Archy the Cockroach and Me-
hitable the Cat made famous by
Don Marquis, depending on your
age. But Archy, thanks to Don,
made a name for himself in the
I assumed he left this life with
the passing of Don and I never
expected to meet him again.
Unable to sleep and hearing a
pecking noise in my den I arose
at two a.m. to find a gigantic
cockroach playing with nly type-
writer. He had been writing on
a blank piece of paper I had left
in the machine, laboriously div-
ing head first on each individual
Written on the paper were the
words "I am the reincarnation of
Archy and have returned ith a
message for humans. I am spon-
sored by both the animal and
of the head of the house" in a secondary position.
The ladies, in one breath shout about discrimination,
and in the second breath want the man of the house dis-
criminated against, by casting him in the role as secondary
to the wife. We can't have that .- discrimination of the
man of the house, we mean. He is just as important as
the wife to the household. His job is just as important
as that of the wife.
It appears to us that the vainness of women, which
accounts for millions of dollars being plowed into he
pockets of the fashion people, the cosmetics, beauticians
and perfume makers, is going too far. It may be true
in some cases that the lady is the "head" of the house. In
the case of those raising the fuss about census forms, it
probably is one-hundred percent true. But, where is your
charity ladies? Let the old man have some delusions.
The papers reported that investigation shows that about
two-thirds of the counties in Georgia have switched to
Food Stamps, and not a one 'has switched back to the com-
modities, giving the implication that the Food- Stamp plan
is working better.
We can't say, positively, that the Food Stamp plan
would be the best thing for Gulf County to adopt. We
do definitely state that the number of counties in our
nation switching to this plan makes it worth investigating.
We hope our Board will renew its intention to check
out this program thoroughly, and adopt it if it is found
best for our needs.
We want only what is best for our county, and we,
feel the County Commissioners have the,,same attitude.
saluting the flag would be considered odd, at the least.
In case there are some youth around who don't know
it, the Pledge goes as follows:
"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United
States of America and to the Republic for which it
stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty
and justice for all."
If and when there are any shortcomings in our coun-
try, it is not the fault of the Pledge of Allegiance, or the
American's Creed, or the Constitution, or the Flag, but
because of the failure of some people to live up to those
high principals embodied in the great symbols of our
nation. We need better citizens, not a better country.
1 was amazed and interested in,
spite of the fact that, I never
gave much credance to. the
theory of reincarnation.
The following evening I left
crumbs in the typewriter area
and arose at midnight when I a-,
gain heard the pecking. Surj
enough, there was Archy hard
at work butting his head on the
He said the insect, animal and
vegetable world were up in arms
over the activities of humans in
polluting the planet's air. soil,
and water. He pointed out that
the balance of nature had been,
so upset that no creature on
earth-was safe today, including
Man, the cause of it all.
He said that Man blessed by
the Creator and given domin-
ance over the earth, had ignored
all natural laws and brought on,
over-population and pollution. .
Humans, he said, were only
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-flortda, upder Aet of March 8. 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONt YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127JO'
OUT O" COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVWRTISERS--In e of error or omamifl. in advertisements, tle pubishe
do not hol' themelves Uable for dn-ige fher than amount received or such
The spoken word Is given scant atten.do th. e prirted word. thoughtfully
,thed. he spokenword barely aseertp ; i e prinbed word thoromuff non-
,hies. Thaespokeanword to loet; the printed word ruala.
There will be a lecture demon-
stration on .the art of Japanese
flower, arranging' at the Port St.
Joe Garden Center on Thursday,
April 23 beginning at 2:00 pm.
The speaker will be Mrs. Roy W.
Payne who comes highly recom-
Mrs. Payne's early years were
spent in Maryland, Florida and
Washington, D. C. where she mar-
fried in 1945. She went to Okinawa
in 1948 where she .lived, studied
and taught for 17 years.\She pur-
sued many interests and hobbies,'
Soon th' art of Japanese flower!,
arranging. became her main inter-
est. She studied under master in-.
structors and became qualified to
teach in both the Ikenobo and ,So-
getsu schools. /
% While in Okinawa, she taught
Japanese arranging through the
adult education program, Garden
Clubs, Women's Clubs and gave
private lessons in her home. She
served with distinction on the ex-
ecutive board of Ekebqna"Interna-
t nal as president and publicity
SSince. her return she has taught
in and around Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Payne's home is now in
Grand Ridge. She is a member of
the Marianna Garden Club and the
Rose Garden Club of Sneads of
which she is vice president.
There will be a small fee of
$1.00 charged to help pay expenses
of the school. .
The public is invited. Tickets
may be purchased from any mem-
- her of the Garden Club or at-the
door on the day of the, program.
a world of oil slicks, poisoned
soils, unbreathable air and pol-
luted: water, hopeful that so-
called scientists will fLnd the
answer and save us from annihil-
What the world needs are less
so-called super-educated people
and more with God given corn-
men sense. Archy ,knows the
score and if we do not heed his
warning we are doomed.
beginning .to realize the danger
of pollution.'But birds, fish, in-
sects and animals had long been
aware of it. He pointed out that
you can't tamper with, God's
plan and get away witl it no
matter how smart you think yo'u
He predicted that the Creater,
sick over the whole mess, is a-
bout ready to pull the chainand'
flush man down the drain. He
figures he might as well call a
halt before man destroys all life
on earth, including his own, in'
his mad chase of the dollar and
his wild grasp for power.
The Creater assumed that man
would educate his offspring in
the way of truth and prepare
them to assume the privileges he
had granted them. But man has
encouraged, rebellion and bles-'
Ssed those who insisted on laugh-
Sing off every law God had ad-
So we'll continue to dive in
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
I filled out the family census form the other day. In all truth
though, it was with some mis-givings that I tackled the taak. Te
first thing that came into my mind as I took up the form and a ball
point pen was the reams of copy I had read by the mal-contents
complaining of the invasion of privacy, that the forms included in
their) questioning. I have to admit, I was brain-washed. But, after
getting into ;the form, my feelings changed.
For instance, the census form asks if one has a flush toilet.
This is getting into the area of private matters. As a matter of
fact, you can't get mhch more private.
The first thought that popped into my mind was that in cen-
sus counts past, I would have' had to mark an "X" in the "no"
column to this question. ,This of course brought on 'the memory
of those long treks on a cold night (or emptying 'the porcelain
,jug the next morning). It recalled the trusty Sears, Roebuck cata-
lpg, the wind whistling through the cracks and even, way back
yonder, making that long 'trip through the ice and snpw.
These memories caused me to make a happy dot in the "yes"
column I do have a flush.toilet and proud of it. .
Right after the flush toilet question came the one concerning.
whether or not I,had a shower bath or tub bath along with indoor
plumbing, piped water, etd.
This brought on memQries also, and a "happy" dot by the
We weren't heathen, We bathed. As a matter of fact, we had-
three baths way back when I was a kid.: There 7was one number
three wash tub for the first rinse water, ofie for the bluin hand one
for the final rinse. That made three bath tubs, which doubled as
laundry tubs. But frankly, I would, rather have the two tubs
I now have roomier, you know.
It was also a source of satisfaction to mark the "yes" column
admitting that we have piped water in the house., This was es-
pecially gratifying because I remember having to carry water from
a well all winter, when the town's pipes were frozen all winter
and couldn't supply water in the home. In the summer the town
well would go dry, so it was back to the haId pump and the water
bucket again. We did have running water )in the spring and fall.
"Piped water" was also a pleasure to mark.
Nor was it embarrassing to mark, the form listing the number '
of rooms in our single family dwelling, with our own entrance
and our own kitchen facilities. No sharing with another family.
It wasn't too hard to remember when we lived in a three room
dwelling, and even a two roomer, when wve first married, Now it's
eight rooms, and I'll tell you right now, it's a pelasure to be able
to mark that eight rooms rather than two or three. I'm not the
least bit ashamed of it or hesitant about letting the census people
know that things are some better now.
Census forms an invasion of privacy? No sir, they're just
another way of letting folks know how much better off they are
now as compared with only a few short years ago.
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Plymouth, Chrysler or
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15th St., Panama City
r', THE STAR, Port St. Jo., Fla. 32456
jPermits Required By Industry
l' mji its ''.
hot, grimy, and dangerous job of
putting out forest fires when they
break loose as wildfires. So, green-
up time in the forest strikes a dif-
ferent bell for firefighters than it
does for garden groups and beau-
tification committees. Green-up
means more than the fact that
spring has come and new leaves
In this area-to train as
LEARN TO BUY CATTLE,
HOGS AND SHEEP
at sale barns, feed lota, and
farm@. We prefer to train men 21-
55 with livestock experience.
For local Interview, write age,
phone, address and background.
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236 E. Town
Columbus, Ohio 43215
What hot weather starts, cold
weather finishes both extremes
drain battery power. But before
you fill the air with electrifying
oaths. see- us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with.
11 oD ery Irobble IS
your prDlem. we carry
and recommend the
I.nest NAPA ba3-
NAlePAes. There simply
eiSn't 3 liner battery
made and ee ce
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
water. A "O eaIA. "r.Fnl 1 IvuLL N Eiand Parker tool all four games
waJust as green trees and new ACCOMPSHEDLATERfrom AN Railroad. Patsy was high
leaves come springtime need for Swatts and Parker with a 424
moisture, so do green forests need Beginning on June 1, the De- series and a 144 game. High for
your caution and your special care. apartment will be soliciting appli- AN was Ann with her 397 and a
Don't let carelessness' permit a cations for operating permits from high game of 147.
wildfire hazard .to hatch into the all sources of air or water pollu- St. Joe Kraft just ran off with
consuming fury of forest wildlife. tion in Florida which have been ap- their game and left St. Joe Furni.
Peak hazard for your forest is proved by the State Board of ture with only one. Evelyn was hot
not always after frost when leaves Health (now Division of Health) or tonight with a fine 536 series and
are brightly decked in autumn the Department of Air and Water a 212 game. Mary Alice picked up
splendor, but in the spring as well Pollution Control (former Air and the 2-7-10 split. 'Brenda was high
when those patient buds burst into Water Pollution Control Commis- for St. Joe Furniture with. a 490
leaf, and everything goes dry. sion). All approved sources should 'series and a high game of 186.
have applied for a permit by St. Joe Furniture just can't stay
March 1, 1970. Failure to make ap- ahead of the Stevedores. They won
plication by that date will place all four games from William's Al.
the approved facility in violation ley Kats. Melba had a 470 series
.of Florida law. and Judy the high game of 160 for
All present sources of air or the Stevedores. Nancy was high
Watch for canned fruit sales in
our super markets. For this peach
cobbler, the canned peaches supply
excellent flavor as well as fine
nourishment.' Also the richly
flavored pancake mix topping real-
ly enchances the canned fruit.
One I lb. 14 oz. can sliced peach-
% cup golden seedless raisins
Two-thirds cup Aunt Jemima
,i cup firmly packed brown su-
3i teaspoon cinnamon
I egg, beaten
i cup butter or margarine, melt-
For base, place peaches and ra-
isins in 8-inch square baking pan.
For topping, combine pancake mix,
brown sugar and cinnamon. Stir in
egg until mixture resembles cdarse
crumbs. Sprinkle evenly over base.
Drizzle with melted butter.
Bake in preheated moderate oven
(375 degrees F.) about 25 minutes.
Serve warm with milk or ice cream.
Makes 6 servings.
Florida First National and Pete
Weed Accounting postponed their
games due to illness.
Standings W L
St. Joe Kraft --------73 34
St. Joe Stevedores _- 67% 401i
St. Joe Furniture -- 66 42
Florida 1st National 65 39
Williams Alley Kats 50 58
Pete Weed Acct. -- 42% 61Y2
Swatts & Parker -----42 67
AN Railroad ------- 22 86
THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970 PAGE THRBE
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
Department of Air and Water Pollution. The Department's new | for new facilities, and operating I water pollution including do. ly tested to determine that it meets
Pollution Control permits are now permit rules, which went into ef- permits for pie-existing sources of mestic sewage treatment facilities, the control criteria established in
Squied of all installations which feet on March 3, 1970, require both I air or water pollution, industrial waste treatment facili- the construction permit.
".ty be a source of air and water construction and operation permits Permits will be required for do- ties, municipal or industrial air pre-exist-
mestic sewage treatment plants of pollution control facilities, incin- ng permi for preexi
more than 3,000 gallon-per-day ca- erators, laundries, etc. will be re- Ing sources may be issued on a
pacity, industrial wastes, conta- quired to have a permit within 12 temporary basis when it is found
minute emissions to the atmos- months of the effective date of that the facility does not meet the
FO r S here, solid wastes disposed by in- the permit rules (March 3, 1970.) state pollution control codes. The
cineration or mechanical means, New sources of air or water pol- temporary permits will be issued
and discharge of any materials to lution are required to obtain a con- on the conditions that the facility
N o te drainage wells. Septic tanks, heat- struction permit from the Depart- will take steps to meet the codes
IN o e s ing or air conditioning systems, ment. Applications for domestic n a d outof
small home-use incinerators, and waste treatment facilities, should time as spelled outing the permit.
'other similar sources' of relatively be made to the Department through Permits may be revoked at any
by CHARLES REEVES minor amounts of polluting mater- the Division of Health of the De- time the, Department finds that
County Forester ials do not require permits from apartment of Health and Rehabili- any violation of the permit condi-
the Department under the new tative Servicese Construction per- tions or other state laws or codes
rules. mits must include complete infor- have occurred. Copies of applic. -
Initial activity of the Department mation on engineering design of tion forms and more detailed in-
For the northern half of Florida, have started their course through of Air and Water Pollution Con- the facility, details on the types of formation on Florida's permit sys-
if not some other' parts as well, a new season, through photosynthe- trol involves the- automatic trans- pollution produced, proposed con- tem are available by calling the
it's time for peak green-up. sis an4 transpiration. According to fer (subject to later review) of all trol methods and efficiencies. In Department Bureau at 904 224-
In oqe respect this is part of variety of tree, a little before or a existing pollution control permits addition, new sources are complete- 8226.
the process the very opposite to little after green-up, comes the from other state agencies to the
autumn with brilliant leaves turn- burst of flowered beauty. or at Department of Air and Water Pol-
ing a phase in the growth of our least an exchange of pollen. lution Control. This includes from B%
forests which makes possible that The firefighter knows that what- 7,000 to 8,000 drainage well per-
spectacular show in October when ever green appears in the forest, mits and some Il air. pollution B o'
i the crimsons, the yellow, and the and however refreshing and beau- permits issued to the phosphate in- B'or.m i
magnificent flair which the upland teous to the eye, it means that dustry by the State Board of -
forests show with the frost. thousands of tons of precious Health. Persons holding a valid fl
reen-up sues several thingswater have been pulled upward polluuon control permit issued by
green-up suggests, several thingsIinto nature's-collecting scheme, another state agency r who haved by
primarily perhaps that green another state Dagency pwho have
leia riy not la ethat g When green-up appears, forest not 'heard rom the Department by
lea toes sau noi always e, at a fuel moisture levels drop sharply, May 1, 1970, that the permit has
avquckly comes autumn when even ground water levels go down, been automatically transferred,
lea fighters of the Florida Di- re n oth reeks should immediately rorite the flow in Gulf County Lades League for Wiiams Alley Kats with a 412
Firefighters of the Florida Di- streams dropping their ow in apartment and ask that the permit On lanes one and two, Swatts series and a 160 game.
vision of Forestry often have the roof that green trees must have b, f~ r~d TH SqTO CTTnTL- 1", 4--
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PEACHES 5- s
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COCKTAIL 5 $1.00 FRESH 10
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Hunt's 6 Oz. Can
Sandwich Sauce 15 Oz. Can
LIMT One Can With $10.00
Georgia Grade "A"
Armour 13 Oz. Can
Armour Vienna 5 Oz. Can
- 3 Oz. Can
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HAM STEAKS.---,-Ib.- 79c
HAM HOCKS Ib. 39c
FirsT PORK ut 39
SALT PORK lb. 39c
Bob White SLICED
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STRAINED VEGETABLES, 4/2 oz.
Beg. Price, 4 for 67c
JUNIOR FOODS, 7% oz. 3 for j
Reg. Price, 3 for 49c V 3 w14
STRAINED MEATS, 322 oz.
Reg. Price, 2 for 53c
STRAINED and JUNIOR HIGH
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Regular or Extra Hold White Rain--Compare at $1.49
HAIR SPRAY 9,8c
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DEiODO RAN T 74c
S Hour After Hour 5 Oz. Can Compare at $1.19
Anti Perspirant 84c
White Rain -14 Oz. Bottle Compare at $1.09
Colgate 100 Compare at 79c
STablets 30 Count Bottle/- Compare at $1.03
Excedrin P.M." 98c
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ICE MILK 3 ony, $1.
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Fresh and Crisp Cello Pkg.
Fresh Spring Green Bunch
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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970
- 'J4 1 II
HE. .' Alt, ort St. Joe, F. la. 32456
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970
How To Recognize A Heart
Attack And What You Should Do
Art Show Set
The public is cordially invited
to attend the Art Show in the
gymnasium of George Washing-
ton High School from, 4:00 p.m.
until 6:00 p.m., Thursday, April
The creative and innovative
work of the arts from grades
one through six and seven thri-
twelve. Also the industrial arts
projects will be displayed.
Joy Clubs Having A
SSaturday at Elemei
It's rally time again as four years
of activities for the Joy Clubs
come to a close. This year's rally
will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
in the Port St. Joe Elementary
CWO and Mrs. Jim Montgomery
are visiting with Mrs. Elizabeth
Montgomery for a while. Mr. Mont-
goniery will leave soon for Ft.
Rucker for'a sib weeks instrument
examination school and then to
Ft. Hunter for a six week transi-
tioning to THIG "Cobra" gun. ship
then on to Vietnam. ,
. The Montgomerys have been sta-
tioned in Germany for the past
18 months. I
I CALCIUM AND I
"A body well nourished with
calcium and other nutrients can
4 be expected to have good bone
growth and development, a well-
functioning nervous system, a
high level of vigor and positive
health at every age, and a long-
er period of the prime of life."
What a lovely promise -- one
that every person should seek to
realize. The words are those of
Drs. Milicent L. Hathaway and
Ruth M. Leverton, written orig-
inally for the U.S. Dept. of Agri-
What does a heart attack look calling for emergency help, could second. There is approximately 30
like? redtcee by at least 50% the number minutes time to initiate profession-
Today in Florida, advanced emer- of deaths which occur annually. al treatment; sometimes far less.
agency rescue techniques have been .T symptoms of heart attack Here is what to do:
developed in major metropolitan re smp. m 1. Call the family doctor, the
cities to a point which equals if .. hospital, or the operator and say,
not fthr exceeds other areas of the l. prolonged chest pain. Not to "I want to report a heart attack
country. be confused with angina chest pain at (location). Send help please!"
.t. usually lasting 3 'to 4 minutes, the 2. Stay calm and reassure the
The missing link, however, in a heart attack patient may exper- patient, keeping him as quiet as
chain of events designed to save ience a prolonged squeezing or possible.
lives is early recognition of heart crushing chest pain, which eman- 3. Never give the patient any-
attack by the general public, so ates from the mid-chest and rad- thing to drink.
that rescue squads cantje utilized iates outwardly to either or both
for the purpose for which they arms, and even to the. neck. This
were trained. pain can last for a half hour, an f '-tv
According to physicians, an in- hour, or even longer. George Y. Core
formed citizenry, taught to recog- 2.- Weakness and shortness of 'la *.. Due
nize heart attack, and to react by breath, no matter what position 0onsollation
the patient assumes.* C n l i d i
3.Profuse sweating. .Clerk of the Court, George Y.
S4.alPaior, deathlike appearance re toldthe Port St.Joe Rotary
Nausea and -omiting Club last Thursday that "we can
tary School 6. Swelling of feet and legs. look for further attempts to pass
S 7. Blueness of lips and fingers.a county consolidation bill in the
,lips and fingers, .current session of the horida Leg-
School Auditorium. Heart attack can effect persons: islature".
All' Joy Club members .will be of any age or sex, and occur any- "In our case", said Core, 'con-
participating in presentation of a where. / solidtion would place Gulf, Frank.
program for their parents, brothers, lin, Calhoun and Liberty into one
sisters and interested, friends. If one were to member only unty wth Port St. Joe asthe
Featured in the program will be the simple act of picking up the county seat".
a quiz, group singing and recogni- and askng for help, thou- Core pointed out that the mea-
tion given those who have earned sands of lives now wasted through sure would meet some difficulty,
awards 'in the Bible verse memori- ndecsion hand fear .would have a however, as many of the counties
nation program as well as attend- better than average chance of sur- especially the smaller ones, are
apce awards. vival. urging their delegations to the ses-
After the Rally, a picnic will be Quick reaction is vital in heart sion to support a local r~erendum
held at the 10th Street baseball attack where life is ebbing every on the measure, to let the areas
park for Joy Club members and affected decide whether or not they
friends. The children-are asked to want consolidation with other
bring sack lunches for themselves Daughter of Mrs. counties.
and their guests. "The whole Ltheory behind the
The children will be dismissed *1 question is that the proponents say
from the picnic at 1:00 p.m. Every'- 10i d Io KillGeU it will mean more economy in lo-
one is invited to attend. cal and county government", Core
Mrs. Velear Gliem, age 30, a said. He pointed out that the. op-
resident of Port Orange, died fol- ponents to consolidation in Jack-
lowing an automobile accident sonville and Miami, where cities
)r Sunday in Orlando. and county areas have been con-
r Her husband and young son solidated, are still against the
K ich"en"" were also in the accident and are move. They claim it is too expen-
i hospitalized in Orlando. sive and the resulting government
Mrs .Gliem is survived by her too -far removed from the people.
ce M. Hursh, M.D. husband, James H. Gliem; three "On the other hand", he said,
t, National Dairy Council daughters, Dorothy, Sheila and Ja- "Those who were in favor before
net Gliem; one son, Gary Gliem, the consolidation, like it."
all of Port Orange; her mother, Core pointed .out that some con-
Mrs. Trudie Harrison of Port St. solidation is being affected this
PHOSPHORUS Joe; two sisters, Mrs. Juanita'Man-
trol of passage of fluids through giordi of Orlando and Mrs. Linda Recent Guests
cell walls. In combination with- Raker of Hapeville, Ga.; one bro- Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
phosphorus, calcium gives rig- their, Jimmie Lester 'of Eglin Air T. M. Watts, Sr., were Mrs. W. H.
idity and hardness to teeth and Force Base and an aunt, Mrs. Ver- Robertson Of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs.
bones., mel St. Clair of Port St. Joe. Phil Koltz of Indiana, Mr. and Mrs.
Phosphorus Interment will be in lRoberts Carl Norton and children of Cleve-
Phosphorus goes where the ac- Cemetery, Honeyville, with time land, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. T.
tion is. It is needed in every and places of services to be an- M. Watts, Jr., and family of Jack-
living cel. It iseractinvolved in nounced by Comforter Funeral sonville and Mr. and Mrs. 'Oakland
chemical interactions with pro- Home. Ard of Jay.
tein, fats, and carbohydrates in Home. Ard of Jay.
giving the body energy and the
essential materials for growth ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
and repair Phosohorus also W ,"= ... r l
culture's 19u5 Xearbooit titled '- -
"Food," but they are as fresh helps theblood neutral
and meaningful today as the. anwith alcium Phin usph
Advice Often Unheeded nerve actions.
The trouble is, 'such advice Milk and milk product
goes unheeded even today by source of three-fourths
many persons. And money seems calcium and a great dea
to have.little to' do with it. The phosphorus in our food
affluent as well as the poor often Even after full growth
fail to eat meals that are as need calcium and phospl
nourishing as nutritionists want body functions and re
them to be. Thus ignorance, or search points to a spec
lack of motivation, are part of for calcium among adi
the nutritional .'problems of older people to counter.
America, along with the malnu- softening that can opcui
tuition' of the poor. elder years.'
Nutritionists often discuss cal- Vitamin D
cium along with another nutrient Vitamin D is important
called phosphorus because the proper utilization of calc
two work together. These.miner. phosphorus. Since this
als comprise roughly 2 to 3 per- does not occur naturally
cent of the weight of an adult, of our foods, public he
Ninety-nine percent of the cal- thorities years ago recom
pium and 80 to 90 percent of the the fortification of mi
phosphorus are in your bones vitamins D. Some vitam
and teeth. The remainder is in produced in our bodies w
pour soft tissues and body fluids. strikes our skin. But we
Calcium helps the blood to be'sure of sunlight in a
clot. It helps muscles, including of the country enough
the heart, and nerves to work. the year. And what v
Calcium also regulates the use pollution over our citii
of other minerals in the body. knows, we may not be
And it is essential in the action enough sun even on the ]
of certain enzymes and the con- days.
s are the
al of the
r in our
t for the
in D is
S4. Never carry or lift the pa-
5. Help the patient take the
most comfortable position, usually
Dr. Joseph P. Hendrix Attending
Medical Refresher Seminar In Europe
Dr. and-Mrs. Joseph P. Hendrix:IGeneva.'
of Port St. Joe, departed Jackson-1 The group consists of doctors
ville Monday for Amsterdam, Hol- and theri wives from Georgia' and
land where Dr. Hendrix is attend- Florida. The ladies program will
ing the European Postigraduate Re- be under the direction, of Mrs. Hans
fresher Seminar, sponsored by Tahzler of Jacksonville, Mrs.,Lou-
Southern Seminars, Inc., of Gaines- ise Summerlin of Gainesville and
ville under the direction of' World Mrs. Louise Taylor of Jacksonville.
Travel Service, Inc. ,
between lying and sitting.
6. Loosen all tight clothing- Seminars will be held in Austria
belts, dollars, etc. at the University of Vienna School
of Medicine, in Rome, Italy at the
7. Protect the patient from'Rome School of Medicine and in
chilling without overheating him. Switzerland by the University of
8. Now relax. You have done
everything humanly possible to
help save a life.
s Question of County
year, with a law passed in the last
session, to combine the taxing as-
sessment and collection powers of
cites and counties under the op-
eration of the county officers. He
pointed out that several counties,
including Gulf, are petitioning the
Legislature this session to make
the law permissive rather than
mandatory, allowing counties and
cities to assess and collect their
own taxes if they wish.
"The consolidation move wor-
ies me as a citizen, a taxpayer and
an official", Core said. "I really
don't know whether it will be good
or not and it'll be hard to get rid
of if we; accept consolidation and
then find it isn't as efficient as
our present form of government
and county alignment".
duest of the club was Bob Moore
of Port St. Joe.
Port St. Joe Students
Make TJC Dean's iList
Those from Port St. Joe making
the Dean's List at Tallahassee Jun-.
ior College for the winter quarter
ending March 20 were Larry Cox,
Andrew Lewis, Ricky Robertson
and Larry Snellgrove.
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A new cherry tomato Is Small Fry. Eachi busby plant is
heavy with clusters of fruits which ripen at one time.
Small Fry tomato, a first generation hybrid and the only
silver medal winner for 1970 in the All-America Selections trials,
has a lot to offer the home gardener-a lot of fruit, that is.
I Although each tomato looks like a round, red, I-inch diameter
marble, 6 to 8 of these little fruits are borne in a single cluster
and the clusters hang thickly
on the plant. Almost all of the ornamenting salads, accompany-
tomatoes are bright cherry-red ing cocktails, for preserving or
at the same time. just eating from the hadd.
These little tomatoes are am-
azingly early, maturing in only The plants grow bush-like in
52 days from the time seeds form, from 30 to 40 inches tall
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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
McLawhon Manieri Vows Repeated
Miss Edith Nannette McLaw-
hon and Steven Michael Manieri
were united in marriage April
4 at 2:00 p.m. in the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church with the Rev.
J. C. Odum, officiating at the
double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
, Mr. and Mrs. George McLawhon,
Sr., of -Port St. Joe and the
bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs, Robert Meyer of Miami.
Mrs. Martin Britt was the or-
ganist and Daniel Odum was the
soloist. Directing the wedding
,. was Mrs. Joe McLeod.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a floor-
length gown of white organza
* over taffeta. It .feat 4red a sa-
brina neckline' and full cuffed
sleeves trimmed with re-embroi-
dered appliques of lace. The
dress -bad an A-line skirt and an
empire, bodice; which were also
trimmed with re-embroidered ap.
pliques of lace. A detachable cha-
pel length train was attached, t6
the back at the waist. The- silk
,illusion veil was chapel length
and attached to a cloche of em-
broidered flowers trimmed with
seed pearls. She carried a nose-
gay of light yellow daisies and
dainty yellow rosebuds.
Miss Barbara Martin was maid
of honor. Other attendants were
Mrs. Ricky Thkirsby, Miss Chris-.
tie Coldewey and Miss Janet
Manieri, sister of the groom.
The maid of honor wore a
floor length gown of yellow dot.
ted poplin with an empire bo-
dice and butterfly sleeves. The
.bridesmaids wore identical gowns
of mint green dotted poplin.
Their headpieces were garlands
of tulle and daisies adorned in
the back with a white bow and
streamers. The maid of honor
carried a nosegay of white dai.-
sies and the bridesmaids car-
ried identical nosegays of light
The flower girl, Miss Anne
Quarles, wore a gown and head-
piece identical to the maid of
honor. She carried a basket of
Eugene Raffield, cousin of the
bride,, was ring bearer. Richard
Robbins, cousin of the bride, ser-
ved as best man and Jerry
Barnes, Keith Kohler, and Mike
Manieri were ushers. Junior ush-
ers were Biff Quarles, Jim Belin
and Donnie McLawhon, brother
of the bride.
-The bride's mother wore a
pink dress of crepe with white
accessories. The neck and sleeve
were adorned with pink lace,
crystals and pearls.
The bridegroom's mother se-
lected a dress of imported hand-
woven cotton in beige tones and
matching accessories. Both wore
corsages of white carnations.
A reception, given by the
bride's parents, followed the cer-
emony. It was held in the church
The bride's table was decorat-
ed with white cloths, accented
with the bridal and bridesmaid's
nosegays. It was centered with
a three-tiered scalloped wed-
ding cake with a three-point
base. Miss Mithele Anchors,-
MRS. STEVEN MICHAEL MANIERI
St. James Women
The Women of St. James Epis-
copal Church held their regular'
business meeting Monday, April 6
in the Parish House. Mrs. Tom
Owens, president, presided and
opened and closed the meeting
Mrs. Jo Arbogast gave the de-
votional, "The 'Whole Armor of
God" reading from Ephesians, 6th
chapter, and ending with a prayer'
The annual reception for the
graduating seniors was discussed.
Plans fpr replenishing altar li-
nens were made.
St. Margaret's Guild will meet
on Monday,,- April 13 at the home
of Mrs. Monica Stone. A tape will
be played of a talk by Ann White
who recently held a healing mis-
sion at St. Andrews Episcopal
Church in Panama City.
Those attending in addition to
Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Arbogast
were Mrs. Tom Coldewey and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H.' T. West, Jr., Jf East Point, announce the birth
'523 Third Street announce the birth of a boy, Rickey Lee, born March
of a son, H. T, III, on March 2. 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lawson
Whitfield, Jr., of Wewahitchka an-
nounce, the birth of a son, John
Floyd on March 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Johni Bascom Pres-
nell of Port St. Joe announce the
arrival of a son, Shannon Clay,
on "Ma-h 16 "
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Claggett
of .St. Joe Beach, announce the
birth of a daughter, Lynda Michele
on March 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford John
Tharpe, Jr., of Panama City an-
nounce the birth of a son, Clifford
John, MI on March 26.
on ........ ) Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sim-
Mr. and Mrs. Ahomas Edward inons, 310 16th Street, announce
Wry of Port St. Joe, announce the the arrival of a daughter, Kristie
birth of a baby girl. Theresa Ga'yle Lynn, born March 28.
on March 16. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph David
Mr. and :Mrs. Abraham Bailey,- Varnes, Sr., of Apalachicola an-
Sr., of 239 Avenue A, announce i nounce the birth of a boy, Ralph
the birth of a son, Abraham, Jr., David, Jr.
o4 March 11. j All births occurred in the Port
Mr. and Mrs. James Alvin Banks St. Joe Municipal Hospital).
Miss Ann Belin and Mrs. Gene
Raffield presidedI at the bride's
table. Miss Marie Greenlaw ser-
ved the punch. Mrs. Edward
Wood kept the bride's book.
Others who assisted, in serv-
ingwere Mrs. Jewel Lucas, Mrs.
W. D. Sykes, Mrs. Wesley R.
Ramsey, Mrs. W. P. Dockery,
Miss Susie Quarles and Miss
Sarah Ann Roberts. Miss Connie
Raffield and Miss Nancy Rich-
ard gave rice bags to the guests,
Out of town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Meagher and Mike
and Janet Manieri of Miami; Dr.
and Mrs. Bernard Kehler, Keith
Kehler and Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Petty, paternal grandparents-of.
the bride, of St. Petersburg;,
Rocky Harris, Mrs., Bobby Joe I
Harris and daughter and Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Robbins and
daughter, Pam and Mr. and Mrs.
George Funk of Panama City;
Marian Elmore, Walter Fleck,
Marie Greenlaw, Alan Robinson,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Adair, John
Hardin, Mrs. Judi Smith, Jane
Luts, William L. Harnage, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Knright and Mr.
and- Mrs. Mack Gardner of Tal-
The couple is now at home ait
316,A E. Pershing St., Tallahas- ,
Prenuptial' parties included a
shower for the bride given by
friends of the bride's mother at
the home of Mrs. Dave Maddox.
The-bride was also honored at a
luncheon given by Miss Christie
Coldewey and her mother. Mem-
bers of the family, along with
members of Faith Bible Church ,,
honored the couple with a re-
hearsal dinner April 3.
Mrs. Baker Shower Honore
M r s'' ''1'?, B ."'' '* '1 'i' .' (' *..".*;':. *^ :*. "
A bridal shower, 'held in the Florida Power'
Lounge on Thursday, March 26, honored Mrs.'Don-
ald,:Ray Baker, the former Miss Sheila Elaine'
Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Lamar
Garden Club Electing
Officers In Meeting Today
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
wil~ hold its regular monthly
meeting at the Garden Center on
Eighth Street today at 3:00 p.m.
Election of officers for the
next fiscal year will be held at
today's meeting. All members
are urged to attend.
FFO" and Mrs., Howard Hay.
S .The serving table was covered With a white
lace tablecloth and yellow daisies were placed
in a garland around the punch bowl. Punch, nuts, .
mints and petit fors were served.
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The City of Port St. Joe received delivery on' W. Griffin. On hand for the occasion were City
Its first .air conditioned police car last week as Clerk Charles Brock, left, Griffin, Pyle and Mayor
Otis Pyle, manager of St. Joe Motor Company Frank Pate.
prmsented the keys to the car to Police Chief H. -Star photo,
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
Country Club Is
Preparing for Bids
Architect James Root of Mar-
ietta, Ohio has been given the go
ahead for finishing plans of-the
St. Joseph Bay Country Club, it
was announced this wek by club
president, Charles Brock. Final
work has been authorized to get
the complex ready to call for
The president said, "We're ex-
pecting approval of our loan at
any fime, and we want to be
ready to call for construction
bids just as soon as this is com-
Plans are also on the drawing
board for the club house to be
constructed at the Country Club.
Brock said that the member-
shiil rolls are still open for any-
one in the Port St. Joe area who
wishes to sign up. The Club
novw has 300 members.
Teachers Work While
Students Play Monday
Monday, April 13, is .a sche-
duled day of inservice education
for Gulf County teachers. Twen-
ty activities (components under
the Master Plan for Inservice
Teacher Education) 'are planned
for the various departments and
will be 'held in Bay, Jackson,
Washington and Gulf counties.
GroupsIthat will meet in Gulf
are educational media and so-
cial studies at Wewahitchka High
and physical education,/elemen-
tary and secondary science, lan-
guage arts and primary teachers
in Port St. Joe.
Schools will not be in session
on Monday, and students will*
have the day off.
To Attend Graduation
Cecelia and Beth Creech will
leave today for Asbury College in
Wilmore, Kentucky, to attend gra-
duation exercises there.
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SPRING and SUMMER CATALOG
Delivered to Your Home Saturday
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Henry F Wimberly
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL Henr F W be
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
GULF COUNTY Dies In Marianna
CASE NO. 70-:
DEWEY E. EVANS, Funeral services were held Fri-
Plantivff, day afternoon for Heinry Frank
MARIA T. EVANS, Wimberly, 71, who passed away
Defendant. Wednesday night 'in a Marianna
NOTICE TO DEFEND hospital. Mr. Wimberly was a for-
TO: Marie T. Evans, 1357A Plaza
Drive, Mobile, Alabama. mer resident of Port St. Joe.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Services were held from the Mt.
that a bill of complaint for divorce Olive Baptist Church at 3:00 p.m.
has been filed against you, and you with the Rev. John Higgenbotham
are required to serve a copy of fficiyting. The Rev. Sam Lock- ,
your answer or pleading to the bill cing.The Rev. Sam Lock-
of complaint on the plaintiff's at- hart and the: Rev. Earl Davis as-
torney, Earl R. Duncan, of Duncan sisted. Burial was in Mt. Olive Cem-
& Foster, 1610 Beck Avenue, Pan- etery.
ama City, Florida, and to file the
original answer or pleading in the 'Wimberly was a native of the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Alliance community in Jackson
Court of Gulf County, Florida ,on County. \ I
or before the 1th day of May, 1970. Survivos include two sons, John-
If you fail to do so, judgment byn wimberl of Nashville Tenn
default will be taken against you ny Wmerl. y ofNashvie l.-.n.,
for the relief demanded in the bill and Early WimbeTly of Salt Lake
of complaint City, Utah; two daughters, Mrs.
DONE AND ORDERED at Pan- Richard Lancaster of Port St. Joe
ara City, Florida, this 2nd day O and Mrs. Edward Ramsey of At.
April, 1970. ,. ,
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk anta, 'Ga.; four step-sons, James
Circuit Court of Gulf Fiveash and' Cleve Fiveash both of
County, Florida Pensacola, Harry Fiveash of Spo-
(SEAL) 449 kane, Wash., and Tom Fiveash of
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS Marianna. He is also survived by
The Board of County Commis- 18 grandchildren and two great
sioners, Gulf County, Florida, will grandchildren.
receive sealed bids from any per-
son, company, or corporation inter-
ested in selling the County the fol-
lowing personal property, to-wit:
120 watt mobile relay station,
outdoor cabinet. Unit to include
wire line remote control, antenna
duplexer, tone coded squelch and
+.0005% frequency stability. To
operate on 136-174 Mcs. 'Unit to
contain no blowers. Bids to in-
clude complete installation, war-
ranty and delivery.
Bids will be received until April
28, 1970, 7:00 P.M., Port St. Joe
time, at the Office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court, Port St. Joe, Florida.
. The Board reserves the right to
reject, any and all bids.
BOARdof COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ WALTER GRAHAM, Chmn.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
In, Re: Estate of
BOYD HERBERT MUNN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS'
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
You, and each of you, are here-
by notified and required to pres-
ent any claims and demands which
you, or either of j you, may have
against the estate of BOYD HER-
BERT MUNN, deceased, late of
Gulf County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable S. P. Husband, County Judge
of Gulf County, and file the same
in his office in the County Court-
house in Gulf County, Florida, with-
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elemnentary
Tuesday, April 14
Pork with brown gravy, rice, tur-
nip greens, cornbread and butter,
cookies and milk.
-Wednesday, April 15
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and dills,
raspberry apple sauce, butter and
Thursday, April 16
Chicken pie, green butter beans,
celery sticks, orange cake, white
bread, butter and milk.
Friday, April 17
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap
beans, orange juice, hot biscuits,
syrup, butter and milk.
in six (6) calendar months from
the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid;,-or same
will be barred. See Section 733.16
Florida Statutes. I
Dated this 31st day of March,
NELLIE OCYLE MUNN,
As Executrix of the Last
Will and Testament of
Boyd Herbert Munn,
WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street 4t-4-9
Port St. Joe, Florida .?,
Attorney for Executrix
Gulf Coast Best
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All Other Power and Hand
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Good Selection Small
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KITCHEN SINK $21.50
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the advances made in medicine,
of new pharmaceuticals is a
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
ACCOUNTS KEPT PERMANENTLY ON OUR
HEALTH SAVE-A-TAX BOOKKEEPING SYSTEM
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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970
e,-?l -tr' l' u.,1K T.-'* STAR 'Port St Joe a.1 32456' THURSDAY, APRIL 9, '1970
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Lunch Room Menu
Highland View Elementary
"/; Monday, April 13
.' No school.
F, s -Tuesday, April 14
Fish sticks, buttered grits,
steamed cabbage, potato sticks,
fruit cup, cornbread and milk.
Wednesday, April 15
Meat loaf, rice and tomatoes,
white acre peas, celery sticks,
orange juice, jelly, hot biscuits
Thursday, April 16
Chicken and rice, buttered spin-
'"' ach, cheese wedge, carrot and rai-
sin salad, peanut butter and gra-
rs, white bread and In making the announcement,
Rev. Spikes commented: "In
day, April 17 '. churches throughout the confer-
, snap beans, cabbage ence, Huntingdon College repre-
pie, white bread and sentatives from the alumni asso-
Selation, student body, faculty and
A cordial welcome await you from
' Florida Greeting Service,
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINED
1002 Garrison Avenue
The First United Methodist
Church will join United Methodist
churches throughout the Alabama-
West Florida Conference in ob-
serving "Huntingdon College Day"
Sunday. April 12, announced the
Rev. Millard Spikes.
The 116 year-old liberal arts in-
stitution, which is located in Mont-
gomery, Ala., became affiliated
with the Methodist Church in 1872,
just prior to the transfer of the
campus from Tuskegee to its pre-
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staff, and board of trustees will
address local congregations in re-
gard to present programs and fu-
ture goals of the institution. This
will provide a significant oppor-
tunity for us to understand more
adequately the vital role that our
conference college plays in the
field of higher education today."
Mrs. Lois Gholston, Huntingdon
College faculty member, will ad-
dress members of the First United
Huntingdon College is presently
engaged in a $2.75 million develop-
ment campaign as the Impact Pro-
gram. Funds have been earmarked
for scholarships and for instruction-
al purposes. Other objectives in-
clude a new residence hall, pre-
sently under construction, and a
$650,000 learning center addition
to the present library facilities.
The college offers a four-year
fully accredited program leading
to a bachelor of science, bachelor
of arts, or bachelor of music de-
gree. Pre-professional programs in-
clude medicine and allied fields,
speech, Christian education, social
work, theology and other areas.
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Bluegill and shellcracker fishing Actually, the lakes are full, too,
in Northwest Florida is picking up but this tends to help 1ass fishing
rapidly this week, according to the since the Micropterus salomides
Game and Fresh Water Fish Corn- are moving out of the deep water
mission Regional office in Panama into the shallows and weed. beds,
City. The big question is "where and have a nasty, pugnacious out-
to -go" to steer clear of high water look on life, ready for a good scrap.
.conditions on the rivers Live bait at present easily is the
streams. best bet for bass, yet plastic worms
Favorable waters and hot spots in Aucilla River and on Lake Jack-
at present for bluegill ate Lakes son and Bear .Lake; Rapala-type
lamonia and Jackson at Tallahas-; lures on Cimpbell Lake, Junipar
see, Lake :Seminole at Sneads, St. Lake and St.' Marks Refuge; plastic
Marks-Wakulla Rivers and St.i worms on the sandhill lakes in
Marks Refuge south of Tallahassee, I Washington and Bay Counties;,
and Merritt's Mill Pond 'at Mar- black Johnson spoons with black-
ianna where shellcrackers are a and-white skirts on Lake Miccosu-
toss-up with bluegill for an even kee; dive bombers and plastic-
chance to come out with a nice worins on Lake Talquin; and weed-
string of fish. Crickets, earthworms less, lures on Lake lamonia are
and wigglers are good baits, good adjuncts to the live bait buck-
Aucilla River is reporting fair ets.
catches of river bream, and New Prospects are bright for good
River in Franklin County has good fishing in the future, based on less
warmouth fishing. rain and a chance for rivers and
waou fishng.. streams to return to; normal. All
Shellcrackers are biting well on streams to return to normal. All
Lake Seminole and Dead Lakes, else is favorable, particularly'a
fair in the Wacissa River in Jef- welcomed warming trend.
ferson County and in the yellow
River in Okaloosa County, and good
on Deer Point Lake at Panama
The testy, irritable little blue-
gill is biting better now on Dead
Lakes, but is no better than "sec- '
ond best" bet in these waters.
Bass fishing continues to be the .
big attraction right now, but again
is limited mostly to lake fishing, qj4 f |
Many rivers are high, muddy and
in poor fishing condition. The
Choctawhatchee and Apalachicola 44
watersheds are bombed out comrn-
pletely, including tributary sloughs
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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970 PAGE NINE
RICH and SONS' IGA -
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S April 8, 9, 10, 11
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Excedrin Rye Bread 25c 39c 14c
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IGA Heavy Duty-25 Foot Roll Mrs. Hubbard's Lucky-Coconut, Ban., Choc-12 pkg. IGA
Aluminum Foil 49c Moon Pies 3 Pkgs. $1 Potato CHIPS
Pork LUNCHEON 12 Oz. Cans
MEAT 2a- 69c
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IGA With $10.00 Order or More
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
THU STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl.. 22454 THURSDAY, APRIL--9, 1970
GlffWleCA Its. -Time To Fertilize Those Trees
fc: And Shrubs, But Don't Over Do It
natives from this area have qual-i
eied for the company's leading sales In spring trees are like some inches deep at 18-inch intervals square feet of plantings. spell doom to beautiful ornamen-
ub,, The President's Club, "and fickle young ladies lboth take and apply three pounds of a garden KILLING WEEDS tals as well as the undesirable
w':n ill attend the club's l on annual rings. fertilizer in the holes. Two appli- Controlling weeds with cnemlcals plants.
jen oh at he Diplomat'- Hotel in cations per-year are recommended. is easier than dancing the twist
ollywood, April -.12. But trees are different because One now and another in the fall. because it takes only one turn. This Growth regulators such as 2,4-D;
James B. McAfee, president and. they can't become engaged, quarrel is the turn of a spray nozzle 2,4,5-T and MVP, even invery
-.ebhief executive officer of the $3 and return their- rings. For trees larger than six inches chemical weed control. adds a small amounts, may injure suscep-
ChmlteUnkeiamdeterapplyadveds t bible plants. These maty-inj re- I
llo. Flairida-based company,' will However, trees can become in trun diameter apply five touch of professionalism to the tible plants. These materials are
,,featued, speaker at the Conven- happy and sigh if they can't get pounds per tree. task once performed by the hoe. It weed killers But remember, they I
ting binquet Thursday food to sustain their annual growth For azaleas, camellias, croutons, requires less work and little or no cannot distinguish between weeds
fee adesa '. e'ore t anhe rings. So to keep your treesengag- hibiscus, gardenias, shrubs, hedges sweat. and on-weeds.
rand eesten ir .. w ied in 'growing rings, feed them.- and other ornamental plants, make But don't become overconfident Do not apply 2,4-D within several
S event ke humans, trees need a ear- four applications per year. Apply in using the chemicals. This could feet of sensitive plants such as
,." .. .... ty breakfast after a long winter one to one and one-half pounds of Imost garden plants, flowers and
SPINES nap. fertilizer to 100 square 'feet of ornamentals. Cover flowers and
; Feeding trees is simple. Start the planting per application in late 'Pr r shrubs with paper or plastic before
- Stand Tall job with crowbar or a length ,of spring, summer, winter and early 00 Pr gres spraying. Use extreme care to pre-
SIn Fl d-l' % i4ch pipe. spring. The spring application Is vent the chemical from reaching
S1'" I 1 Flori a's For trees with trunks less than due now. Water plants, spread the Made byCensus ornamentals through drifting,!
F uturel six inches in diameter, punch plant nutrients, and then water leaching into the soil or by running
holes under the entire canopy 12 the plant food materials in. District Manager W. E. MacDill sower of race during a heavy
SAzaleas and camellias need spe- reports good progress In this area Apply weed killers on a calm day
cial acid type fertilizer, so be sure of the 1970 Census of Population becau-e wind-blown chemicals can
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH to feed them the right formula or and Housing. Census takers started injure plants all over the neighbor-
FIRST' BA TI. CHURC = ,' they may become fertilizer sick. the house-to-house canvass April hood.
Srner Third St. and Baltell Ave. C., Byron Smith, Pastor Annuals and perennials need 1 to pick up the filled-out question- Even on calm days use low pres-
S' three applications one to one and naires distributed earlier by the sure 20 to 40 pounds per
U' 6:30 P.M. one-half pounds of 6-6-6 fertilizer Post Office. square inch and nozzles with large
UTRAIT G UNION 6:30 P.M. per year for each 100 square feet The District Manager pointed out openings that put out coarse
',SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. of plantings. that residents can speed up the sprays rather than fine mists.
MOWING WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A.M. Make one application at planting big count by having their question- Before using any chemical -
S EVWE G WORSHIP SERV CE 7:30 P.M. time and two during thp growing naires filled out and ready for the weed killer, insecticide or fungi-
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -.. 7:30 P.M. season. Nitrates of soda or other census takers. This action will cide be sure to read and follow
sources of nitrogen, are needed in save time for both the householder the instructions on the chemical
"Come and Worship God With Us" spring and in summer at the rate and the census taker, the District container. I
":of one-half to one' pound per 100 Manager said.
' 410 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florii
SAVE TIME! Place Catalog
3rS Orders by Phone. 227-2291
For Your Convenience .. No Charge for COD
All Floor Merchandise Available for One Day Delivery -
I Mower Sale
SEARS, PORT ST. JOE SAVES YOU MORE THAN ANY OTHER SEARS
,' LET US PROVE ITI
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Answers should be made in pen-
cil so that if a mistake is made, it
can be erased. Most answers are
to be made by blacking in a tiny
circle beside the right answer. This
makes a black -dot which can be
read by an electronic device at
the Census Bureau, which will, in
turn, speed up the processing of
At every fifth household, the cen-
sus taker asks additional questions
covering population and housing
characteristics which are being ask-
ed of a 20 percent sample of the
The District Manager emphasiz-
ed that all. information about indi-
viduals and their homes furnished
to the Census Bureau is held in
absolute coi-fidence under Federal
law. It is used only to provide sum-
mary figures, such as totals, aver-
ages, and' percentages. The infor-
mation abdoutindividuals cannot pe
examinedby any one' other than
Senses employees who are sworn
to secrecy, and thus cannot be
used lor investigation, taxation, or
purchase of a General Electric Air Conditioper
during our annual
"Cool Cash" Refund Days
.. SELECT YOUR BTU/HR AND GET YOUR
REFUND SAVINGS DIRECT FROM GE
F5,000 to 6,000 BTU/HR $5.00 Refund
6,500 to 10,200 BTU/HR $10.00 Refund
11,500 to 18,000 BTU/HR $15.00 Refund
19,000 to 24,000 BTU/HR $20.00 Refund
27,000 to 32,000 BTU/HR $50.00 Refund
#@^ FEATURING THE
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
LEXANI Molded Case."Won't rust evert
Easy Mount Installation Quiet "Mini.
Rotor" Compressor oTop Air Discharge
5,000 BTU/HR Woodhue Brown
HURRYI Ofter is for limited time onTy. April 13 to April 25, 1970
ARNOLD'S FURNITURE and TV
- -" .:' .;**,,i ., z
HE WANT ADS
check your |
Pick a warm day soon and turn on your air And if you
conditioning. Summer's just around the oor- air conditic
ner-and so's your air conditioning service- Because m
Is every room as cool as you like it? Need tive easy 1
(new filters? Repairs? Maybe it's time for a Before yo
new unit. Or a whole new system, arrive. For
Have you asked about heat pumps ... for fort, for th
automatic year-round comfort? conditionii
u do not yet enjoy the blessings of
oning, now is the time to install it.
nany dealers and'contractors offer
inducements. Many offer attrac-
u know it. summer weather will
r the sake of your own cool comrn-
ie sake of economy, check your air
-a ----check list for efficient, economical air conditioning
FILTERS Replace filters frequently. Clogged filters make unit
*work harder arid cause higher operating costs.
OUTDOOR Keep clear of plants and other obstructions. Any-
SECTION thing that interferes with air flow makes unit work
RETURN Keep furniture or drapes clear of grill. Anything
AIR GRILL that interferes with delivery or return of air will not
allow unit to cool properly.
WINDOWS Use drapes or provide outside shading to shut out
S AND DOORS heat from the sun.
'INSULATION Adequate insulation will result in lower' operating
costs. Proper attic ventilation increases the effeo- '<
tiveness of insulation. /
T, EMPERATURE For economy set the thermostat at' the highest
SETTING comfortable temperature. (Usualty about 78')
FAN SETTING Operate the fan on "Auto" or "On" for your in-
dividual comfort. "Auto" gives best summer hu-
midity control and economical operation. "On"
gives more uniform air motion, sound level, and
room to room temperature.
AWAY Operate your air conditioning unit at 5 to 10' above
FROM HOME normal setting with fan on "Auto" for mildew
protection and quick comfort when;you return.
L- I : i :
SAVE $50 Remember... any Florida Power Corporation residential 4
customer who removes flame-type heating and replaces
It with whole-house electric heating and cooling between
S now and May 31, 1970 will receive a 450 Installation
allowance from us. (Minimum capacity, 18,00 BTU's.)
Ask your dealer or contractor for all details.
S-j- helping build better communities. L
323 REID "VE.
THURSDAY, APRIL--9, 1970
THeS STA& Port St. Joe, Fla. 3245
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo., Flottdb,
THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970
"Super-Right" WESTERN BEEP MIDDLE CUT (Semi
"Supo Right" Western CENTER CUT PORK
"Super-Right" 7 RIB PORK (Loin Enrid Lb. 690)
Copeland Pure Pok
'BAG SAUSAGE -Ib. 69c
"Super-Right" BONELESS BEEF
Swiss Steak.... .. $1.09
Brilliant Quick Frozen 10 oz.
FRIED SHRIMP bag 89c
SMOKED MARKET STYLE
Sliced Bacon ..... b. 69c
.p..F.ugr- All MEAT
CAP'N JOHN'S FROZEN
Fish Sticks ....,
CAP'N JOHN'S FROZEN
CAiPN JOHN'S FROZEN
Snowdrift... 3 69c
2I OFF LABELI Mrs. Filbert's Golden Quarters 'Speciall
Margarine.. 3 89V
5c OFF LABEL! Colgate M.F.P.
Toothpaste T. 59c
12c OFF LABELI Deodorant
Right Guard ": 98c
ANN PAGE Reg. or Thin
Spaghetti 2" P'G 45c
ANN PAGE PLAIN OR w 'MUSHROOMS
Spag. Sauce 2 J 59c
* tOMATO SAUCE ,--
* TOMATO PASTE--.
* TOMATO CATSUP
* HUNTS MANWICH -_
* Peeled TOMATOES -
Washington State Red or Golden DEUCIOUS
APPLES... 0 19
SGeorgia Red SWEET SPECIAL
POTATOES 4 ,. 59"
Fresh 6risp Spedall
LETTUCE... PER HEA
Red Spanish Spdade
ASPARAGUS --- lb. 39c
50 LB. BAGS
Peat Humus 2/$2.59
A&P SAVE 291 A&P
With This Coupon when you buy Betty Crocker layer
WITH THIS iatt.oz 1 f 1 Coupon
Coupon P3OP. a 43c Each
Coupon good thru April 12 at your A&P Store
6.o.. Can. 6/$1.00
SOOZ. BII 3/$1.00
* WESSON OIL 48-oz. Bottle $1.00
JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
3I JANEE PARKER LUSCIOUS S PECIALl
/ 1-Lb.6 oz.
CHERRY PIES 11 49.c
JANE PARKER ALMOND, DATE OR JELLY FILLED Special
SWT. ROLLS 3 -$1.00
Save *Ral casid
IF UNABLE TO OBAN ANY ITEM,
PLEASE REQUEST A IN CHEC
Prio, in tlis ad g through Sat.
urday, April 11, 1970.
U. -- I I
114 Monument Ave.
When the weather turns snappy, it's nice to serve a warm
fruit pudding that features oranges and apples, and is enlivened
with spice. Minute Tapioca makes an ideal thickener, since it.has
no flavor of its own and leaves the juices sparkling, clear, and
Orange .and Apple Tapioca
3 cups (4 medium peeled %, teaspoon'cinnamon
tart apples, cut in eighths Y4 teaspoon nutmeg
% cup sugar % cup water
3 tablespoons butter or 1 cup drained'fresh
margarine orange sections
2 teaspoons leinon juice 1% cup quick-cooking tapioca
Y4 teaspoon salt 2 cups water
Combine apples, sugar, butter, lemon juice, salt, spices, and
/ cup water in a skillet. Cover and simmer over mediumin heat
until apples are-transparents--about 15 minutes. Baste apples
occasionally with sugar mixture. Remove apples to serving dish.
Add orange sections. j .
Add tapioca and remaining 2 cups water to sugar mixture in
:skillet. Let stand 5 minutes. Cook and stir'over medium heat
until mixture comes to a boil. Pour over fruit.' Let stand 20
minutes, Stir. Let cool at least another 15 minutes before serv-
ing. Garnish with prepared whipped topping, if desired. Makes
41 cups or 8 servings.
Gospel Sing Saturday in Grand Ridge
A Gospel Sing will be held Sat- will serve as Master of Ceremonies.
lurday. April 11 in the Grand Ridge All proceeds from the Sing will
*School Gymnasium at 7:00 p.m., go to the Grand Ridge Parent-
CST. Teacher organization.
1 Admission will be $1.00 for
The Gospelaires of Graceville, adults and 50c for students. AHl
The Homebound Quartet of Grand under school age children are ad-
Ridge and The Perkins Trio of mitted free.
Cottondule will be the performing Refreshments will be provided
groups. Milton Davis of Graceville during the Sing.
The Price You See Is the
Price You Pay
In Your New
SPRING and SUMMER CATALOG
Coming to Your House Saturday
No Freight Charges Added h
'END HOT WATER
have all you need for
all your chores with the
GAS WATER HEATER
Assures longer Means greater 0 Atmath oalot ad
i tank life ., recovery power... TiB, cowalift :
provides posiv ore hot water, -
rotecon against faster. No more
the corrosive *.waiting in-between
action of hot c hoW, "
water ... f
:i/& t 20.3./. 'oS
Added to Gas Bill
and 75 gallon apacities.
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
Phone 229-3. 1
Green Beans 7 C'is
A&P WHOLE KERNEL I
Goldern Corn 5 v:.
ipple Sauce 5 C.. $1.00
4c OFF LABEL Jumbo Rolls
Northern Towels 3/79c
LOS Shop A&IP for
'a 1 *
/ T"E.E' ESTAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
I : WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
I' I .-2- .N ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION:
Unlike an old friend, you cannot rely upon an old prescrip-
lion to do a thorough job... especially the same one for
which it was originally intended. Drugs lose their potency
over a number of years and some increase in strength
through evaporation. Not only might a drug prove ineffec-
tive but it may be dangerous as well. Adverse storage condi-
tions could also affect the prescription. Chemical changes
can occur within the liquid, capsule or tablet. Then, too,
there is the constant danger of a child reaching for an old
prescription. Thinking it's candy... or siroply imitating you
... he might swallow the contents:The results may be tragic.
Never depend upon a prescription lasting forever. Let your
doctor re-prescribe for your present condition.b. after all
he is the expert! And once you have regained your health,
always destroy the remainder of your prescription.
Ifor the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistentt with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
OUR ( PHARMACY"
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue
Drive-In Window Service
Plenty of Free Parking
Jaycees Planning Bicycle Rodeo
The Pbrt St. Joe Jaycees are
beginning to make plans already
for their annual Bicycle Rodeo
which will be held on Saturday,
, April 25.
The rodeo will be held on
Long Avenue in front of the Port
St. Joe Elementary School.
The bike rodeo is a national
project of the Jaycees and is a
vehicle for teaching cycling safe-
ty, and to test the rider's ability
to handle their bikes.
Mayor Frank Pate will be pro-
claiming Saturday, April 25 as
,'"Bike Safety Day".
All bike owners are urged to
make plans now to participate in
City Asked tb Re-Negotiate Plan
To Sell Oak Grove Water, Sewer
Mayor Frank Pate. told the
City 'Couimission Tuesday night
that he had communication from
S. A. Berkowitz, chief, -Depart-
ment of Sanitary Engineering,
Department of Health and Reha-
bilitation Services, requesting the
City to' initiate re-opening nego-
tions to furnish water to the Oak
Pate said he had contacted the
chairman of the Gulf County
Board of Commissioners, Walter
Graham, bout the request, but
had receiVed no reply. He ex-
pected that the County Board
would be contacting the City in
the near future concerning the
request from Berkowitz. i/
The feeling of the Board seem-
ed to be that the City should fur-
nish the services of water and
sewer if a satisfactory payment
schedule could be agreed to.
Clerk Brock had prepared fi-
nancial statements over the past
twb years for these services
which showed they were costing
the City 88e per thousand gal-
lons of both water and sewage'to
Commissioner Bob Fox said
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for Port Stt Joe is: Dennis Atchi-
son, second base; Mike Wimber-
ly, first base; Jim Belin, third
base; *Ken Whittle, shortstop;
Greg Knox, catcher; Billy Glenn
Harper, left field; Charles Smith,
right field; Norris Langston,
(center field; Steve Adams and
Phil McLeod, pitcher.
Other Sharks seeing plenty of
action are: Jim Faison, catcher-
outfielder; John Goodman, out-
field; Greg Goodman, pitcher-
catcher; Curtis Little, outfield;
Kloskia Lowery, infield; Steve
Macomber, pitcher and Mike
White, second base.
that the ideal situation would be
for Oak Grove to request incor-
poration into the City so that
some responsibility dould be as-
surred for the continued succes-
ful operation of such a system.
Commissioner Coldewey noted
.that taking in Oak Grove, if they
should ask incorporation, w uld
,cost the City money since there
would be no appreciable revenue
from the area except by water.
and sewer operations, which now
operates at a slight loss and the
small amount of utility taxes
that would be realized.
Commissioner Bo,b Holland
said outside of incorporation, the
most feasible operation, to in-
sure financial responsibility
might be for the City to put in
Band Makes Mark
Of "Excelle t "
It was a rough day in Talla-
hassee Saturday as the Port St.
Joe High School Band had their
hopes of going to the State
Band Concert dashed by only
The only consolation the band
could glean froni the day was
that not a single band from a
Class B school (and there are
some good ones around) made it
to the state meet.
The only bands making the
necessary ratings to go to the
state contest were Cobb Junior
High, Rickards High, Leon High
of Tallahassee and Marianna
High School of Marianna.
The local band earned a rating
of "excellent" along with Raa
Junior High, Florida High and
Godby High of Tallahassee, Chat-
tahoochee High, Havana High,
Greensboro High and Shanks
High of Quincy. %
Bands were judged against de-
sired standards and not against
MERICK.1995...its a lttle gas.
'on a n slam e Mad l o n theatre no Icluded ma w etra lp I sa d by
Our little Maverick Is America's best selling small car. The reason is simple-solid value.
Maverick is simple to drive. Turn on the engine and you turn loose the power of 105 horses.
Yet Maverick rivals the economy imports in gas mileage. Simple to park. Maverick can
U-turn in a, tighter circle than the leading import. Simple to service. Maverick requires
fewer oil changes, fewer chassis lubrications. You save time and money. Simple to repair.
The Maverick Owner's Manual has 24 pages of instruction for routine maintenance jobs you
can do yourself. Simple to own. Save right from the start-the Simple Machine is your Ford
Dealer's lowest priced car.
For a little more...its a GRABBER!
... -. .".-- -' .."
SThe new Maverick Graber has all the sarm
features as our Simple Machine but we'Vb
/ 'added an extra sporty flare to it. Here's what
Grabber gives you: 0 Racy bodyside tape
stripes, choice of five hot Grabber colors,"
14-in.' whitewall tires and wheel trim ringe.'
High excitement, yes. High price, 'to. ;00
SCID Six and 3-speed fully synchronizltit'anual
transmission. Lots of pep, butPnotl rdito tune.
S'Grabber adds to your fun, not.yourii.chanical
problems. C rua riac mirrors. But no'high
" iMUte car" Insurance rates. Three-spoke
Wbodgrained steering wheel just like the rac-
ing cars. But ino hard stiff ride. Grabber's
sprung for pomofet, hbot for the track. Q Black-
painted hood ahWd grille. Grabber puts on a
great front, but ifraintenance 'costs are low.
Service is fast anTd simple. With lots you can
do yourself. Q Rear deck-lid spoiler. Even an
economy car Oan dream, can't it? -
THE NEW MAVERICK RABBER IS AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S NOW.
For more Information about Maverick,oeb your Ford'Dealer or write: Maverick Catalog, Dept. d-21, P.O. Box 1503, Dearborn, Michigan 48121.
St. Joe Motor Company
Port SLt S4, Florida
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and operate the systems, with
the City taking care of collection
of bills and maintenance.
The City seems ready to co-
operate in any feasible manner
they can, but not at the expense
of the City's taxpayers.
In other action, the Board:
Agreed to give a final de-
cipion on whether or not to con-
tract garbage and .trash collec-
tion to the WilliAms Garbage Ser-
vice, at its next meeting on Ap-
Heard a suggestion from
Mayor Pate that the City put up
a movie theatre and lease or
sell the facility to someone to
operate. The Board will think
about this one.
tion about the area.
Clerk Brock reported that
135 individual tax bills ,0r 1969
totaling $2,899.17 still had not
Midget Investments with
2 Houses for the Price of One!
$400.00 Down $3995
$50.00 per Month
418 and 420 First Street Highland View
See George Skipper
pointment. tfc-3-26 two 12" speakers, $325. Donnie LOST: At Port St. Joe High School,
----- -- Maddox, phone 229-1581. tfc-4-2 a navy blue leather handbag.
FOR SALE: 3 acres of land with Contents are very important. RE-
3 bedroom house at Simmons Ba- FOR SALE: 1960 Brockway truck, WARD! Call High School. 4t-4-9
you. Phone 229-5567. 1964 1% ton truck, four Home-
l-iUte chain saws. $2500 for the lot. LOST: Charm bracelet with three. ..
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house Samuel G. Sexton after 7 pm., 229- charms engraved with names,
one block frorh water. St. Joe 6254. lp "Sonny", "Stephen" and "Danny,;,
Beach. $4500. Call 227-4221 after FOR SALE or TRADE for small Finder please call Mrs. R. H. Brin-
7 p.m. Icar. 60'x130' lot at Howard's son, 229-4171. ., ltp.
FOR'SALE: 2 bedroom house, block Creek. Close to water. Wil fin. .
F dseed m b ance. J. T. Woqd, phone 229-4356. SORRY-No catfish available now.
adi stue. oca.thS.. and.a. tc- 4tp-4-2 at Douglas Landing. Mut repair
oitioned, 523 t St. 227-3067. c .....Lhouseboat.
LAND FOR SALE: 15 aores at $300 CASH PAID for timber land or
per acre. Phone Wewahitchka their acreage anywhereHin North- REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
639-5258 -2tp-.4-9 west Florida., Contact H. Baker bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
9- 2p (private party-not a dealer), 5017 Plu.,s" Cape's an -Vap 1ae
FOR SALE: 11 acres at White City Kendrick Street, Panama City, Campbes Drug. p .
in city limits. 550 foot frontage (904)785-3201. 4tp-3-19 FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
on highway. Call 648-4333. 4tc-4-9 FOR SALE: Horse and saidle, $150. Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Cal-l S. C. Pridgeon 229-3352 urrantee on labor and materials.
FOR RENT: Large two bedroom l dgeon 229-3352. Low down payment. Phone 227-
furnished waterfront home. Lo- FOR SALE: Amaryllis bulbs, mix- 7-. tfe
cated at St Joe Beach. Rent by the ed colors. Holland bulbs. Mrs WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
week. Ph. 229-1143. tfe-6-28 Carlos Miles, 112 First St., High- A num and ast~ ~ w lih
-- -- land View. 227-4976. ltp Years of experience Call J. L
roR RENT: Furnis=ea two bed- Tme 96i7 "i '
room beach cottages at St. Joe FOR SALE: Garden club caladium mple 229-6167, 1302 Palm Bvd.
Beach. Reasonable monthly rates. bulbs, 20c, '25c and 35c each.
Call 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc-7-31 See at the home of Mrs. Kenneth TMLINSN
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Bateman, 623 Woodward Ave., or RADIO and TV REPAIR
attractively furnimed a p art- phone 227-5851. Antenna Specialists-
ments. Cool in summer, warm in PHONE 229-4756i
winter. Gas heat, ,wipdew fans, SAW FILING and carpenter work.. tfc White City 11-13
They lust be seen to be apprec- Bert Hall, Phone 229-6185, White .
iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK.. City, next to fire station. tfc-2-12 .
ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi- iNCOME TAX' IETURNS-Bernard
nco Lodge Annpartments andl Trailer I NCOMEI TAXAETURNS-Berard
Park, White City. tfcl4 CABLE TV IS GREAT 0, Wester.813 Marvin Ave. Sub.
b0& --/ _.D er to Pr t H T ll rT.Gid
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house,
furnished, at St. Joe Beach. Ap-
ply at Smith's Pharmacy, Phone
FOR RENT: Apartment. 510 Eighth.
St. Call Jean Arnold, 648-4800.
FOR RENT: Space available for
mobile home on lots back of
Costin's. Cottages, Beacon; Hill.
Call 227-7816. 2-19
FOR SALE: Starcraft camper, will
sleep 4. Phone 227-5461. 4-2-tfc
FOR SALE: 50 hp. Mercury with
14' plywood boat and trailer.
Call 229-5821. tfc-5-2
FOR SALE: 1964 Dodge Polara, 2-
door hardtop. 'Air conditioned
and power Steering. $895.00. See
at Swatts and Parker or call 227-'
2471 days, or 229-6300 nights. 1-29
FOR SALE: 1965 Cadillac. Has 29,-
151 miles. Call Mrs. -Tom Owns,
1110 Long Avenue after 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Upright-freezer, 15 cu.
ft. $100.00. Phone 229-6323.
FOR AIR, CONDITIONING and ap-
pliance repair call 229-6323.
SALE' or TRADE: 1966 GMC Pick-
up with 8 foot bed, 6 cylinder,
3-speed, new tires.- Will consider
trade for car, land, boat, piano, etc
Call Tom Mangum, 512 3rd St., 227-
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
Service on St. JoesBeacn,
Beacon Hill and Mexico Beach
West Coast Cable-Vision
7-27 Company 2-19
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley.
229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave.,
REDUCE safe and fast with GoBese
tablets and E-Vap "water pills".
CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 4tp-3-5
Interior and Exterior ',
Also Vinyl Wallpaper Hung
-- Free Estimate -
S WILLIAM H. EMILY
4t1 Phone 648-7175, 3-12
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cal
Buford Griffin.' Phone 229-2937'
oi 229-3097. "
FIGHT temporary fatigue with
Zippies, non habit forming. Only
$1.98. Campbell's Drugs. 6p-4-2
TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
and removed or trimmed. Call
653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
au. nm n w a i *- wax Lue.
Phone 227-8586 after 5:30 pjn.m.
.' FOR "
In Wewahitchka'and .
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third. Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, See.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first'
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty.
THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 19701
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H-OUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms, 2 FOR SALE: '65 Fastback Mustang, WANTED: Lawns to mow. Call
mbalhs, fully. carpeted. 106 Bell- $1200. Also Acetone "500" port- Bill Donigan, 229-5696.
amv Cirele. Phone 227-8486 for an- able nrgan and bass amplifier with I o 2-