The star
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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1970
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"




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State Asked to Re-Build

SBr ides On State Road 30

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The County Board was notified
uesdaly by the State Department
*jf. Transportation that if the
61ounty wouldd request the State
w6old rebuild all bridges on SR
frotr South of .Port SL Joe
jto Dead Man's Curve. The re-,
.uest is ecessary.,smnce this sec--
'on of highway has been desig-
nated as, a Secondary Road, and
a now. a county responsibi.ty,
The DOT said the bridges were
"'sn need of rebuilding wiht in--
ie sed traffic ot and from the
*St. Joseph's State Park.
The County made the request
j,.forthe; wqrk which is to be done
with primary funds.
The County Board also; adopt-
r edvanother resolution protesting
-the 'increase of assessment of
county woodlands for forest fire
The county .now ,pays 3c per
acre foi forest fire protection.
A.proposed bill wduld raise that.
--amount to 17c peri acre. 'Thei
'cebunty currently pays $10,110 al
year, and under the proposed
plan would be assessed $76i000.1

County attorney William J.
Rish informed the Board that a
very good, law is already on the
books to. punish those who indis-
criminately dump garbage on
private't .l publ, property. "It's
a better tj4v 'tha you could pass
'by, ord0 ce', ish said, "and
only n i en racing" .
The c'duity had become con-
i ~edat last meeting by
'^ ^ontInt growth of gar-
t6g6 all ver the county due to
'dumping in the wrong places.
Land fill areas throughout the
county are provided for this pur-
The .Board set up a special
meeting for Tuesday,, April 21 to
'enter into further negotiations
with the City of Port St. Joe to
furnish treated water'to the Oak
Grove community for distribu-
tion through a proposed system.
Florida Engineering Associates
filed a bill with the county for
feasibility surveys fpr this sys-
tem and one at White City and
the Beaches for $3,800. The
Board deferred payment since it
wai their understanding the bill

Sharks Sneak by

Champs *4,Moi

Port St. Joe's baseball Sharks. ians scoreless, the last two in-
put together a big four-rin' it. niflg, ,
inning Monday might to defeat .
Owensboro,' Kentucky's s.t a i Poi-t St. Joe will be host to
champions '7-6 lie re- Monday the Sub-District Tournament be-
night. i, ginning this afternoon at 2:30
Steve Atchison, Glenn Harper with the Sharks meeting Carra-
and Norris Langston' all walked
to load the bases. Cbarles Smith
came to the plate and cracked a
long double to left field, scoring Funeral Services W
Atchison and Harpetr. Knox got
on base on an infield hit 'and Afternoon for Mr
shortstop Ken Whittle then came A tro II 1
up and socked the second Shark
double of. the innhg 'scoring Mrs. Jeffie S. Scott, age 78,
Smith and' Mike Withberly who passed away Monday evening at
had drawn a walk. 7:30 p.m.'in a Panama City bos-
The Sharks scored twice in the pital following a lingering ill-
second inning when Dennis At- ness. Mrs. Scott was a resident
chison drove in -two runs and of Port St. Joe and was a mem-
once in the fourth when Charles ber of the Baptist church.
Smith scooted home on a wild She is survived by four sons:
pitch. Okley and Aidy Scott of Apala-
The Sharks used four pitchers chicola, Fred Scott of New York
in the tilt with Phil, McLeod, the City and Jerry Scott of Peoria,
starter allowing two runs. Greg ll.; four daughters, -Mrs. Erma
Goodman took over in the third Creel and Mrs. Cleo Gunn of
and gave up four runs. Steve Ma- Port St. Joe, Mrs. Nadine Parish
comber pitcher the fifth inning of Apalachicola and Mrs. Juanita
and.received credit for the win. Spearman of Houston, Texas,
Steve Adams held the Kentuck- eight grandchildren anid 14 great

was to have been for $3,600.
The Board set a second special
meeting for next week on Thurs-
day, along. With the City Com-
mission and the Chamber of
Commerce to hear a proposall for
development preparation, thru-
out the count t being ,ffr, by
the Soil Conse ationi 'Servie by
Wiley, Garrett of Blountstown,
area director of the SCSi

'Star Changing
Mailing Method
The Star is changing its ad-
dressing system after this
week and switching to a dif-
ferent method than has been
used in. the past.
In the change-over, some ad-
dressesr may have been drop-
ped when the new plates were
made. Some subscribers may
sot get their paper next week.
If this happens to you,
please call our office promptly
so the correction can be made
before the next week.


iday Nite

belle. Seeads meets Wewahitch-
ka at 4-30 p.m. -- -
The two winners of today's'
games play tomorrow afternoon
at 2:30 pan. The winners will ad-
vance to the District in Tallahas-
see April 23-24.

Vill be Held This

. Jeffie S. Scott

grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs.
Katis Spearman of Huntsville,
Ala., Mrs. Anni Livingston,
Moultrie, Ga. Mrs. Mary Brown-
lee of Tampa, Mrs. Ava Weeks
of Brooksville and Mrs. Myna Pe-
ters of Tifton, Ga.
Funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from
the Apalachicola Baptist Church
with Rev. Bill Oswald officiating
assisted by Rev. C. Byron Smith.
Interment will be in the family
plot in Magnolia Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

: Dixie Youth Season Opens

Mayor Frank Pate hands the starting game
ball to Krafties pitcher, Kim Davis, to begin the
Dixie Youth Baseball season here in Port St. Joe
Monday afternoon. The- Krafties went on to de-
feat the Dozers, 7-1.
;; welve teams are involved in the Dixie Youth

program this season: six in the American League
and six in the National League. The City is just
completing work on the third regulation field in
the Forrest Park playground area. The new field
will be lighted and equipped for tournament play.
-Star photo

. D. Delivering

In the near future, Civil De-
fense personnel wilt be distrib-
uting. a "Community Shelter
Packet" to each household in
Gulf County. This will be on a
door-to-door basis, according to
Civil Defense Director, A. P.
Jackson. The packet is made
available to the public through

the joint efforts of the Gulf
County Board of County Commis-
sioners, Federal, State and local
Civil Defense. I
The information contained in
the packet gives complete .in-
structions for any emergency
such as a nuclear attack or any
major natural disaster. The pack-

Revival services begin Sunday,
April 19 and continue through
Saturday at the White, City Bap-
tist Church. The guest speaker
will' be Rev. W. P. McElroy, pas-
tor of Cherry Lake Baptist
Church in Madison.
Rev. McElroy has conducted
many revivals throughout the
state and also with the Home
Mission Board in Alaska.,
The pastor, Allen R. Price, ex-
tends to everyone a cordial in-

vitation to attend these special
Services will be held at 8:00
p.m. each evening through Fri-
day and the final service at 11:00
a.m. Saturday with- a fish fry at
noon. The nursery will be open
- for all services.
Everyone is encouraged to
come and enjoy Bible preaching,
spiritual singing and Christian

"Survival Packets'

et should be read by each family
and kept close at hand for fu-
ture reference.
Assisting in the. distribution
will be such organizations as the
Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Port St.
Joe Key Club and Keyettes, all
under the direction of local Ci-
vil Defense personnel.

For further information con-
cerning the packet and its infor-
mation may be had by contacting
the Civil Defense office in the
Gulf County Courthouse, 227-
5211. Any family failing to re-
ceive this packet may, pick up
their kit from the Civil Defense

Robert Williams, 23, First to Die

iOn Gulf County Highways This Year'

Robert Edward Williams, bge
23, became the first highway acci-
dent victim of 1970 on Gulf
County highways by a matter of
hours early Saturday morning,
when the late model sports car
he was driving slammed into a
culvert guard, rail about two
miles west of Port St. Joe.
The accident occurred about
4:30 a.m. Saturday when Williams
apparently went to sleep at the
wheel, driving .at a high rate of
speed. The car struck the end of

Johnson Dies

From Injuries

Louis Junior Johnson, 22, of
Wewahitchka became Guff Coun-
ty's second highway fatality in a-
matter of hours Saturday about
5:30 a.m. when he passed away
from injuries sufft d in a three
truck collision nbfi of Wewa-
hitchka last Thursday..morning.
He is survived by h%1 mother,
M-s. Jessie Louise Johnspa 'of
Wewahitchka; three brothers,
Jack, Lavon and Lamar Johnson
all of Wewahitchka;, four sisters,
Mrs. Faye Pickrod of Broad-
branch, Mrs. Wanda Pickron,
Mrs. Minnie Smith -and Idela
Johnson all of Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were held
Monday at 4:00"'s. from the
Community Church of Fountain,
conducted by Rev. Robert Cary.
Interment followed in the fam-
ily plot of Fountain Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.

Four Hurt in

Saturday Wreck

Jimmy Moses of Apalachicola,,
was hospitalized with broken ribs
and back injuries whTle 'Charles
Thomas Harris and Pearl Harrell
of Apalachicola and Nellie Wal-
,den of Carrabelle were treated
for bruises and abrasions suffer-
ed, in an automobile accident
Saturday ,night about 10.45 p.m.
Deputy Sheriff H. T, Dean said
the four were riding in an auto
driven by Harris, headed west
on the Jones Homestead Road to-,
ward Highway 30. Harris failed
to make the turn at the inter-
section, ending up in the ditch'
on the opposite side of the high- ,
Harris was charged by Deputy
Dean with speed too great for

the guard rail, driving it through
the middle of the auto. The car
drove about 50 feet up on the
steel rail and caught fire. Wil-
liams body was thrown out of
the wreckage and landed on the
edge of a small stream about
eight feet below the road bed.
Williams, a life-time resident
of Port St. Joe was an employee
at Basic Magnesia, Inc.
He is survived by one son, Rob-
ert E. Williams, Jr., of Port St.
Joe; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Williams of Port St. Joe;

two sisters, Mrs. Patrice Arata
of New Orleans, La., and Mrs.
Beth Lyons of Port St. Joe and'
his grandmother, Mrs. Essie Wil-
liams of Port St. Joe.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. Monday from the First
Baptist Church conducted by the
Rev. C. Byron Smith, assisted by
Rev. Robert Cary. Interment fol-
lowed in the family plot of Hol-
ly. Hill Cemetery.
Active Pallbearers were Mau-
rice Fuller, Jerry Barber, wryon
Baxley, Charles Williams, Bobby.

Wiley and Richy Williams.
Honorary Pallbearers were A.,
0. Boyett, L M. Anderson, H. F.
Hall, Bobby Burkett, Ronnie
Young, Marvin Redmon, Vince.
Kilbourn, Harold Keels, Tommy
Dixson, Richard Scheffer, H. W.
Griffin, James Gibson, David
Horton, Jerry Parrish, Lindsey
Thursby, Ricky Thursby, Lonnie
Bell, Jr., Charles Gibson, Carl
Guilford, David Dickey and Mike .
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.

Robert Williams, rode to his death i what urday morning. Williams hit a culvert guard.
is left of this late model sports car early Sat- alout two miles west of Port St. Joe. -Star photo

Dr. Earl M. Hall Will'Preach Revival

In First Baptist Church Starting Sunday

The First Baptist Church will
begin revival services Sunday
morning, April 19 and will con-
tinue through Friday, April 24.
There will be two services each
day during the week. The morn-
ing services will be held from
, 7:00 to 7:45 a.m. Night services
will begin at 7:30 p.m. The nur-
sery will be open for each night
Dr. Earl M. Hall, pastor of the
Normandale Baptist Church,
Montgomery, Ala., will be the
evangelist. Dr. Hall has been an
outstanding pastor in churches
in Alabama over the years. He
has. also held many important
positions in the Alabama. State
Convention. He is a strong and
powerful preacher of the Bible.

He has served in more than 90
James E. Stanton, Minister of
Music in the Normandale Baptist
Church, will lead the music for
all revival services. He has had
wide experience in working with
college and other youth groups.
He was an associate in the Ala-
bama Baptist Church Music De-
partment before assuming his
duties at Normandale.
The First Baptist Church ex-
tends a cordial invitation to all
of the people of the Port St. Joe'
area to attend these services.

'Bailey Drowned

In Accident

Abraham Bailey, 20, of Port
St. Joe drowned Friday afternoon
in New River, located east of Su-
matra in Liberty County.
Bailey was working with an
oil exploration team and was
" swimming the river with two.
companions pulling a line across
the river when he cried, "I can't
make it", started back to shore
and disappeared.
Gulf County Sheriff's Deputy
H. T. Dean said the incident oc-
curred in Tate's Hell Swamp.
Bailey's body was recovered
shortly after the accident.
He is survived by his wife
Vonsecil and a son Abraham, Jr.,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve-''
land Bailey; six brothers, Carl,
Howard, Cleveland, Richard, Hen.
ry and Leonard Bailey; four si
ters, Brenda, Florence, Vera andi
Era Bailey all of Port St. Joe.
Funeral services will be hel4
at 2:00 p.m. Sunday from St.
Mary's Baptist Church in Jacob.

Spikes Shows Holy
Slides to Kiwanis
Rev. Jimmy Spikes, son of the,
local Methodist minister, Millard4
Spikes, presented an interesting
program of slides to the Kiwan.-
is dlub Tuesday at their noon
Spikes, who toured the Holy
I.nd a't Easter, had a very in-
teresting commentary to go
along with his coldr pictures.



Revival Services 'Running Sunday

Through Saturday at White City Church



THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456



Time for Work Not Politics

The Florida Legislature got under way last Tuesday
with the fur flying right from the beginning. Senate Pres-
ident John Mathews of Jacksonville took his now custom-
ary swipe at Governor Claude Kirk and House Speaker
Fred Schultz, who,. along with Mathews, is trying for big-
ger things in the political world, echoed the jibes at the
Chief Executive. After the opening salvo was fired,
School Superintendent Floyd Christian,.who had been (also
now customarily) stung by the Governor, said "he offered
* nothing nlew, in his address, opening the session".
But, with all of the bitter barbs flying, the Governor
himself was unusually calm and collected; stuck to his
subject of urging a "go ahead",session and "no new taxes".
The Governor didn't waste the day, however, as he point-
edly addressed Mathews, Schultz and Sen. Reuben Askew
when he stated, "there will be plenty of time for you-
and me-to politic after this session is over".
Several leaders in the Senate were even going along
,with the politicking mood by spying "we're going to keep
our eye on the Executive Branch to see that they don't
get out of hand with all of the power they have".
The thing that bothers us is that the ones who gave

the Executive Branch such awesome power, Mathews,
SchulPz, Askew; et al., evidently are the ones who bear,
watching. We hope they pay more attention to their
work during this session and don't compound such past
errors as they claim this one to be.
With the beginning of the session, the news media'
was about equally divided with stories saying the Gover,
nor made his best opening address ever and with several
important matters that are facing the law makers -
while all in the same breath'describing the session as sort
of "ho-hum"
Things such as giving the vote to 18-year-olds (and
an accompanying amendment to make 18 the legal age)
a possible change in the abortion law, and pollution, face
the session. All of these questions and the many more,
on tap are, anything but "ho-hum". .
With such moments decisions to make, we join the
Governor in admonishing the Legislators to hold off on
their politicking until after the job at hand is .ove'r. Their
full attentions needed in caring for business the people
have hired them to care for.

' \

Hope They Can Sleep

Senator Fulbright of Arkansas, and his cohorts have
been having a field day for the past few years, poking
accusations at the "hawks" in the Vietnam war question.
The "hawks" have taken the stand that the U. S. ought
* to fight the war to win it. They have advocated that the
U. S. presence was necessary to defend Vietnam, which
is an important source of tin and rubber to-our nation as
well as a port in the Far East, and a nation of people
who are important as individuals. The "hawks" have
1. lsb argued Mat we are standing by our word to offer
-But the Arkansas Senator and Terry Kennedy (who
was described by one editor last week as 'the greatest
swimmer in the world') have pounded the kettle that we
a, ae not needed in Vietnam; that we are serving no im-
p portant purpose there. They claimed that the fighting
would die out if only we would come home.
These people have had a lot of help in this line from

the "red" foreign and domestic press. The whole shooting
match of dissenters overlook the fact that it took two to
fight at the start, and it still takes two.,
We call to your attention the claim by Senator Ful-
bright that the fighting would quit if we were to pull out.
We are pulling out. Has the fighting dwindled? Have
the North Vietnamese pulled back? '
Quite the contrary. ,
We feel that North Vietnam's invasion of Laos and
threat of Cambodia and Thialand is directly linked to our
avowed position of pulling out :of Vietnam. When the
watchdog is put behind a high wire fence, the cats get
brave and start after that big hunk qf meat they were
after all along. ,
We hope Mr. Futbright and Mr. Iennedy can sleep
at night when the North Vietnamese get through with
their dirty work. .,

Shallow Reasoning ...

The Senate of the United States used the mdst shal- 11 Southern states for 'his next choice. We are heart-
low of reasoning to reject the nomination of Judge Har- ened by his affirmation, however, that he will still use
rold Carswell to the Supreme Court. It bothers us that the same criteria of a conservative constitutionalist for
our laws are being made by men whose majority is made his next choice. -
up of people who will listen to and consider such pitiful
arguments for denying a man of Carswell's stature of a
seat on the court. It would seem to us that if Carswell -

isn't fit to sit on the highest court of the land, neither is he
fit to continue as a judge of the second highest.
With the rejection of Carswell, we wait with bated
breath the fate of a move to impeach Justice William
Douglas who has written that it is permissible to foment
violent revolution in this nation if a group deems it nec-
" essary.
As a matter of fact, with the reasoning behind the
"B rejection of Carswell, we can't for a minute see how Doug-
s" las, former Chief Justice Warren and others of their na--
2o ture were ever confirmed to the Court in the beginning.
J'm We can only hope that such close scrutiny of a can-
didate is something recent. Surely an American can't
conscientiously draw the conclusion that Douglas makes
a better Justice than would Carswell.
But, it's over. Nixon has said he will go outside the

Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
SWESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salasman, Photographer. Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 808 PHONE 227-3161
Po T S. JOE, FLOnA 2456
n Batered as second-Wnas matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poetefftiee, ort St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.

IN COUNTY,- O' l YEAR$ $3.f00 SIX MOSI, W.75 TKR NE SOM, p27.O
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $3.00

TO ADVERTISERS--Ia case of cr4A or ommlanioni. a advertisement, the plle
do not hold themselves liable for do-age further than amo~mt received for u:

The spoken word Is given scant attention* the printed word s thomughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thorough con-
vieas,. The spoken word is lost; the printed word re&aina.


Too Late To Classify

In spite of the fact that we
are now paying the highest rate
in U. S. Postal history for a first
class letter, it appears that we
will soon be paying four cents
additional or a total of 10 cents.
We are also warned that even
this increase may not be enough
to keep our Post Office Depart-
ment operating in the black.
I don't know about you, but I
am on a limited income. I am
taking steps to meet the situa-.
tion. I am sending the following
notifications to niy relatives and
"Dear Folks: You have been
receiving a letter from me at
frequent intervals just to l1t you
know of my affection and ,friend-
ship but at 10 cents a throw it is
beyond my means. So do not look
for my occasional letter from,
now on. If anything happens that
I consider important enough to
advise you I 1ill telephone after
7 p.m. or on Saturday or Sunday,
a free, enterprise operation not
burdened by politics and govern-
mental inefficiencies."
I am sending the following no-
tice to my creditors. "Gentlemen:
This is the last check I will send
through the mails. Don't worry,
I intend to pay you, but I will de-
liver my check in person. It will
be cheaper than use of the mail
at present rates."
For ten years I sent Christmas
Cards to about 1,200 people at

two cents postage, for each card.
I cut the list to about 300 when
the rate advanced to five cents
and cut it again when it reached
six cents. So next year please
don't expect a card from me.
Just know I love you and think
about you and I will certainly not
,expect a card .from you. Save
your dime on postage plus the
cost of the card and we will,all
be better off. And the poor post-
man will not be overburdened.
My Christmas presents this
year will be sent by railway"ex-
press so our over-worked post of-
fice will not be burdened. Local-
ly I will deliver them myself.
In the meantime, I am marking
every piece of junk mail "re-
turn to sender" instead of throw-
ing it in the waste basket. I hope
the Post Office Department. will
return it aid charge them the
full' postage. But even if they
do it would be a lot less than
the 10 cents I am asked to pay
to write a personal letter.
Another thing that gripes me
is the crazy mixed up publicity
I receive from my congressmen
and senators telling me the state
of the nation, how they love me
and what they think they are do-
ing about it. I am paying the
postage for their mailing privi-
lege .
I don't know about you, brot-
her, but I think we are ,being
taken and I don't like it. Let's,

Dear Sir:
'An aroused public is seeing
the dangers in crime, commun-
ism, violence and inflation, and
now the public is acting against
the small but noisy 'groups ,of

lemsis. Business management
has been fed a skillfully false
socialist line for 35 years tO the
effect that they dare not dis-
play "love of country" for if
they do,, "it will disturb stock-
.holdersr alienate labor and lose
The public with crusades, large:
or small, should show businesses
with their patronage that this
is not true. We can see the turn
away from apathy, and it is all
for the good of our Republic and
its individual initiative, person-
al enterprise, profit-motive sys-
temn which has given us more
freedom and more, goods than
any other people in history.
/ Dallas, Texas

rebel and- show the Post Office
Department and the politicians
that we hove had enough. And I
do mean: enough.' '



Slow-Poke Drivers
Told to "Speed 'It Up"

TALLAHASSEE Slowpoke dri-
vers were told today by the Florida
Highway Patrol that to stay alive
they must remember to move with
the flow of traffic on Florida's busy
streets and highways.
Colonel Reid Clifton, Director of
the Patrol said, "Traffic is on the
increase and the pace quickens as
spring brings the opportunity for
outdoor activity. Slower drivers
should keep traffic conditions in
mind and avoid impeding the nor-
mal flow o6 traffic."
Clifton urged slower drivers to
lieep watch in their rear mirror
and either increase their speed to
that of the normal flow, of traffic
or pull off the raodway when they
see that traffic i beginning to "pile
up" behind thenI.
The Patrol Dire.ctor emphasized
that he is not trying to get anyone
to drive faster than they feel is
safe. .. .

Letter to Editor. .

Daughter Catherine, home from college for the Spring holidays,
came in the shop the other day and said, "Pop, I have an editorial
for you". "You have nearly four years of college English", I said,
"Sit down and write it". "I won't write it", Ishe said, "but just
go by the City Hall and look at the condition of the Florida state
flag and you'll write it yourself".
I hadn't particularly noticed the flag before, but an examine.
tion showed she was right. It's pretty raunchy.
S' *' *

If you missed the band concert two weeks ago, you missed
a treat. We have some fine musicians here in Port St. Joe. Their
treatment of a very difficult piece in a sight-reading demonstration
shows that the term "musician" is justified.'

Large Eggs

Fresh. '
POLE BEANS lb. 19c
Cello. Bag
C A 'R R 0 TS lb. 1Oc




12 o


New Red
POTATOES lb. 10c
White Irish
POTATOES 10 1bs. 69c

Ib. 29c


OPEN'SUNDAY --10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, April 16, 17, 18

Georgia Grade 'A'

With $7.50 Order or oMore Zip Al Flavors
SU AR--- 10 lbs. 99c Canned 'Drinks 12for $1.00

Tenderized Shank V/2 Butt Portion Center Sli Boneless
HAM __ b. 49c lb.59c lb.89c Sirloin Tip Roast .
Boneless Rolled RIB STEAK
Chuck Roast--- lb. 79c RIB STEAK 9
7 Bone \ Tender
STEAK or OAST lb. 69c Cube STEAK Ilb. $1.09
Shounder Fresh Ground
Round ROAST. -- lb. 79c HAMBURGER 3 1bs. $1.59
Whole First Cut
Rump ROAST ------lb. 79c PORK CHOPS ------ lb. 59c

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They say one learns something newt every day. It was m&
turn Friday to find out something I surely didn't know. The me-',\
chants met in one of their, twice a month meetings Friday and had
an insurance man present giving us a pitch on purchasing a group
hospital insurance plan for the merchants and their employees under
the auspices of the Merchant's Association.
The policy peddler said, "In this particular plan, I have pro-
vided for $18.00 per day in room payments, which is the rate for
a semi-private room in your hospital". Then he went on to, say,
"You're very lucky here in Port St. Joe. Your hospital makes the
lowest charges of any hospital from Tallahassee all across the
Panhandle to the Alabama line."
This was news to us, and apparently to everyone else present.
We didn't know that. In addition, our hospital is probably one
of the very few which is paying its own way without having tax
money put into its budget to subsidize its operation. That speaks
very well for our hospital, because they don't scrimp on their; ser-
vice, offered, that's for sure.

Jerry Rubin, one of the futiy-headed head hippies' was on one
of the early morning talk shows recently making the claim thatL
"pot" and ISD. "won't hurt you". "Heroin is.bad", he said, "it'll
ruin you, but I use "pot" and "acid" all the time". As if that is
an endorsement that the stuff won't hurt a sane person. Rubin, in
'our opinion, is proof that "pot" and acidi" will, indeed, warp one's
thinking. Just listening to Rubin for a few minutes convinced v
me that he has one of the most twisted minds and line of reasoning
that I have ever heard. But, in truth, I couldn't rightly say if he
was born that way or got that way through the use of marijuana
and LSD.
& *
'Our newest Yankee transplant, John Braun, has become a
Southerner. He is also one. of those obnoxious people that can eat
all he' wants and stay skinny. But back to being a Southerner, inow.
John was at the merchant's meeting Friday, right near me, and I
watched him eat four big pieces of Southern fried chicken and
three cornbread muffins. A good mess of collards and chitlins, and
he will be full-blooded Yankee accent and all.
"*' *'' ,-C *: V *., .* '

Spec-4 Kenneth J. Gautreaux Receives
Bronze Star Medal for Heroism
FT. RUCKER, ALA. AHTNC) and Mrs. Claude J. Gautreaux, 109
March 27 Army Specialist Four Hunter Circle, Port St. Joe, re-
Kenneth J. Gautreaux, son of Mr. ceived the Bronze Star Medal dur-
ing recent ceremonies at Ft. Ruck-
-- er, Ala.
Spep. 4 Gautreaux earned the,
award' for heroism in action while
4 engaged in ground operations a-
gainst hostile forces in Vietnam.
During the same ceremonies he a
was also presented the Army Com-f
mendittion Medal for meritorious T
service in Vietnam. e
The specialist earned the awards E
during his last assignment with
the 4th Infantry Division near Piei-
ku. He is now assigned to the Me-
'dical Holding Detachment, U. S.
Army Hospital, Ft. Rucker. He en-
tered the Army in February 1968
and also holds the Air' Medal.

Officials Are Accepting Teacher Trainee Application

CHIPLEY School officials in
nine Northwest Florida counties
are getting ready to accept
teacher-trainee applications from
persons who have college degrees
but lack certification.
To be known as I.N.S.T.E.P.
Institute of New Studies for
Teacher Eduaction Programs),
the project will be financed with
a $97,500 U. S. Eduaction Pro-
fessions Development Act grant.
['he grant has just been approv-
ed by the State Department of

school offices in Walton, Holmes,
Applicants may apply at the
Washington, Jackson, Calhoun,
Gulf, Bay, Franklin or Liberty
Counties or to Project Director
Rodney Harrison of the Panhan-
dle Education Cooperative staff
here. Enrollment will be limited
to 65.
Harrison said the project was
developed by education special-
ists at the University of West
Florida, in cooperation with PA-
EC specialists and school leaders
in the nine counties.

The program, beginning June
15 and ending Aug. 14, calls for
nine weeks of intensive training
at the University of West Florida.
In September, the trainees will
return to one of the nine coun-
ties of their choice to teach dur-
ing the ensuing school term, un-
der the continued direction of
their University of West Florida
In June, 1971, upon satisfac-
torily completing the course of
study, they will be issued a re-
gular rank III certificate, accord-

ing to Harrison. He said the cer-
tificate will be good for five'
Harrison said the course will
carry no college credit, but is
substituted in lieu of 48 hours
of regular education courses.
Tuition and books will be pro-
vided students accepted for the
program. In addition, a stipend
of $75 per week will be paid the
student during the nine weeks
he or she is enrolled at the uni-
Eligible will be college gra-

duates who want to pursue a
career in education but lack the
courses in education that are re-
quired for certification.
Harrison perdicted that appli-
cants will far exceed the 65 limit
placed on enrollment. He sug-
gested that anyone interested
make application as soon as pos-

"Midget 'Investments With
Giant ReturnS*

Thie 22-year-old soldier is a 1966
graduate of Port St. Joe High

Getting Married, Girls? The Social
, Security Office Wants Your'New Name
Girls getting married might not this area s located at 1135 Har-
think of sending a wedding an- prison Avenue, Panama City 32401%
mouncement to their social security The phone number is 763-5331..The
office. office is open Monday through Fri-

But the Social Security Admin-
istration would& like to know the
bride's new name as soon as pos-
Jerry L. Myers, Acting Manager
of the Social Security Office in
iPanama City, today reminded new-
lyweds that up-to-date records are
S important if earnings are to be re-

day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
except on national holidays. .

Bray Honored for
Outstanding Sales

corded properly and without delay, of St. Joe Motor Co. will be among
These earnings records will help Ford dealership salesmen 'honored
to determine bow much is paid for their outstanding sales per-
some day in retirement, survivors, formances during 1969 at a ban-
or disability benefits. Records quet here April 18.
which are incomplete or incorrect The salesmen will receive 300-
can result in delay or even in re- 500 Club membership pins during
duction .of amounts payable, the banquet. The 300-500 Club was
"Today's bride could receive so- founded 20 years ago to recognize
cial Security payments long before the performance of the outstanding
she and her husband reach re- Ford salesmen throughout the
tiremnent age," Myers said. "More country. About 13,000 of Ford's
than 8 million Americans ubder 65 27,500 salesmen from coast-to-coast
now get regular monthly bheeks." were eligible for membership in
An automobile accident that dis- the club in 1969.
ables a young husband or his wife "Excellent retail sales perfor-
could set the social security wheels mance is the basis for entry into
ni motion. With as little as 1,% the' 300-500 Club," said A. G.
years of work under social security Walker, Ford Division Jacksonville
including credit for part-time and district sales manager. "The aver-
tsummer jobs-benefits could be paid, age member sold nearly $500,000
to the family of a young man or worth of automotive merchandise
young woman. During 1969 to qualify for the na-
The Social Security Office for tional honor."




Natural Color Por6rait
Limit: 1 Per Person / 2 Per Family / Groubs $1.47 Per PersoA
The Lasting Gift
Select from Several Poses
Babies and Children of All 9 7 c
.. Ages. .
Portraits Delivered n ,l .
* Store Plus so5
Stor __ Handling Charge

Photographers tours Dail : 10-1 and 2-5

Port St. Joe, Florida

APRIL 21. through 23

The Boss Is Away On Vacation and We're Giving it Away ... Values from Every Department

*iane S *m ,Is Offering This Real Deal .
DIanne Smith In Our Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department
S00 On Purchase
SAVE $SofAny

Ladies' Spring and Summer Dress
In our entire stock. Choose from such names as Jonathan
Logan, Georgia Griffin, Jerrie Lurie, Mynette, Fritzi, British
Vogue, Lady Wrangler and many more.
Reduced to $5.00 and $6.00
Values to $16.00 in this select group. Many new styles to
choose from.
One Special Group of Ladies

Slacks or Shorts
Choose from a new stock of bell bot-
-\ toms or new, popular straight leg styles.
The latest colors in ladies shorts.
Values to $6.99

S$2.00 & $3.00

Liby Duval Offers the Perfect Fit At Sale Prices In
Libby Duval Our Ladies and Children's Shoe Dept.

SValuesto $4.99 ,

now $200 $00
S $ 2* 0 Reg. to $6.99 in this
All sizes in this group of group. Boy's and Girls'
brand names you'll know and / Sunday shoes or every
recognize. day.


Sandals L

to $3.99
Sizes 5 to 10. New brown tones to go
with anything. All new 1970 styles. /

G n Tyr IAttracts the Boys (With her bargains, of
Gwen Tyre course) During This Big Sale!


Snow $2.59
All' permanent press, never-iron. Sizes 8-18.
All summer stock in short sleeves. Solids or
Stripes. Reg. $2.99.

Boy's Basketball Boy's WALK

In black or white. $3.99 Value. By Campus. New checks
Heavy duty soles by Bata. Sizes and plaids to go with ev-
12Y2 to big boy's size 6. ery color shirt. Reg or
slims in sizes 8-18. All per-
Men's or Boys' manent press.
Summer SANDALS' eg. ee $99
Reg. $3.99
i .now $2.88 I $4
Sizes 3 to man's 12. New brown
color with plenty of brass. La."
test styles. -

Mrs. Roy Taylor

Regular $1. 00

Infant sizes to girl's 6X. New colorful Spring and Sum-
mer sets. Just right to play in. Washable cotton.

$1.00 off
the price of any

In our Entire
New dressy summer
styles or every day
dresses in new per-
mampress. All brand
| names.

Special Group of '.j$"-
Laffies V \

Tax Included
Values to $5.99 in this group. New
1970 styles. A great buy.

Nona Wili Ofer "Ser au

na WilliamS Offers "Sheer" Value
N0ona WIallamS Outstanding Lingerie
Ladies' Nylon

2 69
Beg. 50c Pair
Frist quality mesh or regular
knit. Assorted Spring and
Summer shades.



RBeg. to $8.99 $6
Now IOnly .-- ....--.. .. i, 0
2-piece style includes gown and fancy coat in new
pastel shades. Sizes S, M, L.

es In Our
and Hosiery


Beg. '277

$3.99 I
Our entire stock of
new Spring styles.

S/4 Kenneth J. Gautreaux

Chops Prices to the Bone In the
ChPldren's Wear Department



Has Cut Profits As Close As His /
Tom Culpepper Hair In the Men's Department

Men's Knit Shirts 2 for $7.00
By Campus, the finest in sportswear. New solids, bright
bold stripes. Reg. $3.99.'

Men's Swim Suits --- $3.88
By Campus. Our entire stock of Reg.. $3.99 and $4.99.
New ijats 9r r)~g. style in bright colors.
Men's Dacron/Cotton
Perma-press in sizes 27-44 by
SCampus. Summer shades.
Complete stock. Reg. $5.99.
.2pr. $10.00

I Men's Summer weight/cotton
~Durable and long wearing.
White or white with colored
tops. Reg. 3 for $1.29
3 pr. $1.00

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THE TAR Por St Jo, P~. 3456 THURDAY APRL 1, 170 PGE flI

Legislative Session Recalls Capitol History

by HAROLD BELL feet wide. Both the interior and
The Florida Legislature began exterior walls were of brick. The
their annual session on last Tues- front, and rear entrances were
day in a Capitol building quite dif- through porticos, each having six
ferent from the meeting place of Doric columns 13 feet in eircum-
the Territorial Legislature in No- ference and' thirty-four feet in
vember, 1824. height.
The first two sessions of the Congress had to appropraite an-
Territorial Legislative Council had other $20,000 in 1844 in order for
been held in Pensacola, 1822, and the capitol to be Completed. The
been held in Pensacola, 1822, and completion was in. 1845 just before
in St. Augustine in 1823. the organization of the first gov-
A log-type structure was the first ernmenf as a state. /
site for the Council in its initial According to newspaper records
meeting in Tallahassee after it had of the Tallahassee Sentinel and


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other sources, a devastating fire
--4 t --Oil Mnd nf th H Cn

Plans for a two-story capitol swept through uiuL uu Lu0 e a
building had been approved in town in the latter part of May,,
1825 and construction of one wing, 1843, with practically all the busi-
forty by twenty-six feet, was comr- ness houses being destroyed.
pleted the following year. The City -Council quickly passed
According to Allen Morris in the ordinances which prohibited any
Florida Handbook, the so-called new buildings to be constructed in
Commissioners of the Tallahassee the devasted area unless they were
Fund, who were entrusted with fireproof. The newspaper comment-
the sale of lots and construction of ed, just a year later, that the fire
the building, had offered a $100 had caused Tallahassee to pass
pFize for the best plans. Colonel from a frontier town to a pleasant
Robert Butler, Surveyor General Southern town.
for Florida, won the competition. As the capital of the state, Tal-
The cornerstone was laid with Ma- lahassee has been the scene of
sonic ceremonies on January 7, many important political events
1826. which affected the entire state.
A contract was awarded in 1828 Four very important meetings in-
for the enlargement of the build- volved as many Constituitonal Con-
ing, but financial difficulties pre- ventions, all of which were moti-
vented completion of the work. It Yated, either directly or indirect-
was not until 1839, when Congress ly by the causes and results of the
appropriated $20,000 for the pur- Civil War.
pose, that the present capitol was The first of these was held on
begun. Jahuary 11, 1861 when the Ordin-
Records show that the three- ance of Secession was signed in a
story building, as originally con- ceremony held in the east portico
structed, was one hundred and of the capitol. The Convention of
fifty-one feet long and fifty-three 1865 nullified the Ordinance and

Military Rites 'Held Monday for Sgt.
Major Horace W. Hager, Mexico Beach


re-organized the State Government

under President Andrew Johnson's Funeral services were held Mon- Pat Hager, Francis Hager all of
plan of Reconstruction. day, April 13 in the Tyndal AFB Charlotte, N. .C.; sisters, Mrs. Mary
In the year 1868, the Constitu- Chapel for S-MSgt. Horace W. Ha- McGee, Sherrills Ford, N. C., Mrs.
tion was changed in such a way ger, 56, who died April 10 in the Signora Bennick of Charlotte, N.
that it was acceptable to White Tyndall Hospital. C.; and three grandchildren.
Democrats from the end of Recon- Hager had been a resident of Prevatt Funeral Home was in
structioi until the 1885 Constitu- Mexico Beach for the past seven charge of all arrangements.
tion was written. years. He had been in active ser- -
observation is vice for 28 years and was a veter-'
An interesting on an of World War II, the korean 'Library Fines 'Erased
that agitation for removal of the-.. .conflict. and Vietnam .
capitol from Tallahassee had onctandVietnam. During Librar Week
started back in 181. As the state Sgt. Haver was a member of the D u n Week
population increased and state Methodist Church and was Sgt.
business activity did likewise, this Major of the.Tyndall AFB Hospi- All overlooked and overdue. I-
idea was put forth more and more tal brary books may be returned free
by different individuals or groups. Full military rites were given of fines the rest of this week to
Since the Florida Legislature of with Chaplain Stuart LiUegel offi- the Porp St. Joe Library.
4,899 refused to take action toward citing. Interment followed in Hol- Visit\your library or bookmobile
providing more office space, etc., ly Hill Cemetery. and learn what all your Northwest
or- removing the capital from Tal- Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Regional Library system offers
lahassee! the State Democratic Susie A. Hager; daughters, Mrs. you.
Committee in 1900 called for a ref. Gail Henson of Cincinnati, Ooio, Hours at the St. Joe Public Li-
erendum on removal. In the pri- Mrs. Charles Nichols, Baltimore, brary are:
mary election of that year, Talla- Md., 'Mrs. Jud. Taylor of Kinchloe Monday, 2-6 and 7-9.
hassee received an absolute ma- AFB, 'Mo,; brothers, Paul Hager,' Tuesday, 10-12 and 1-5:30.
jority over its rivals, Jacksonville, Thursday, 2-q6 nd 7-9.
Ocala and, St. Augustine. of a dome, which replaced a small Friday, 2 to 5:30.
The state Legislature decided to cupola built in 1891. Readers of Saturday, 9-12 and 1-4.
enlarge the capitol as much addi- this article will recall news stories The Library is closed all day
tional space was needed. An ap- of the past few days regarding re- o'n Wednesdays and Sundays.
propriation of. $75,000 permitted pairs which must be made. to this '
construction-in 1901-02 of addi. dome due to several leaks which CLASSIFIED ADSI
tions to the north and south ends have developed' during the past Midset Investments That YeId';
of the building and the erection, several years. Mont Retr sl

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Sunbeam...the fresh one

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THURSbAY, APRIL 16, 1970

Paula Lovett, HT Waller,r.

Miss Paula Lovett and Her-
shel Tucker Waller, Jr., were
.united. in marriage March 27 at
..4;00 p.m. in the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Church with the
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson officiat-
ing at the double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Byron Lovett
of Port St. Joe and the bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Hershel Tucker Waller, Sr., of
Nuptial music was presented
.,' by Mrs.. Ray Leavell, organist.
Given in marriage by her fa-
Vther, the bride wore a floor
I length gown of pehu d'ange lace
over peau de sole. The gown
was of empire styling with long,
'fitted," lined lace sleeves that
came to a point on the top of
the hand. The Victorian neckline
of scalloped lace was accented by
,antique seed pearls, an heirloom
of the bride's great aunt, Mrs.
Francis Dykes, Bbwie of Inver-
ness. The bride carried a white
basket of multi-colored' spring
Swith streams of ivy an.
,, ribbon. "."
'Mis Betty Haddock of Chip-'
ley served as maid of honor with
S M. Larry Geoghagen of DeFun-
iak Springs-as matron of honor.
The attendants dressed identical-
ly in floor length gowns of gold,
red and navy poppies on white.
The gowns were empire style
with gold-navy ribbon accenting
the bodice. The headpieces were
white Juliet hats with gold-navy
bands. They carried white bas-
kets of multi-colored spring flow-
ers similar to the bride.
Jerry Tyre and Dalton Shef-
field of Vernon, served as best
men. The ushers were Ricky Lov-
ett, cousin of the bride and
Ricky Everit of Vernon, cousin
of the groom.
Capt. John Howard Lovett, bro-
ther of the bride, was unable to
attend due to a military assign-
ment in the Philippines.
The mother of the bride wore
an antique white dress and
sleeveless coat ensemble with
navy ribbing and navy accessor-
ies. A cluster of white sweetheart
roses served as her corsage.
The mother of the bridgroom
wore a dress of mint green knit
and matching accessories. Her
corsage was also a cluster of
white sweetheart roses.
The grandmothers of the bride,
Mrs. Nina Lewis and Mrs. Soph-
ronia Lovett, -both of Vernon,
wore complementary ensembles
'.. and matching accessories.
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents entertained the
bridal party and guests with a
reception in their home at 1604'
Monument Avenue. The home
was decorated in a continuing
motif of yellow and white, ac-
cented with arrangements of
spring flowers. The bride's table
was laid with white organza over
white bordered with satin and
accented with spring flowers. It
was centered with a four-tiered

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wedding cake, with columns sep-
) rating each tier.
The bride's book was kept by
Mrs. Raymond Marion, cousin of
the bride.
Assisting in serving were Mrs.
David Rich, Mrs. Herbert Gard-
ner, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs.
James Lovett, aunt of the bride,
Mrs. Burle Waller, Mrs. Griff
Godfrey, Mrs. John Owens, cous-
ins of the bridegroom. The bride-
groom's sister, Mrs. Kelly Brock,(
was hostess for the reception.
Mrs. Cecil Haddock, aunt of the
bride, introduced guests in the
receiving line.
Punch and hors-d'oeuvres were
served in the family room on a
table of organza over yellow taf-
feta. The silver punch bowl was
flanked by two silver candelabra
and an arrangement of yellow
roses. A second table of punch
and hor-d'oeuvres was located on
the patio for the guests to enjoy
thespring flowers of tulips, hya-
cinth and anemonies in the lawn.
Others assisting in the recep-
tion were Mrs. Buford Griffin,
Mrs. Nelson' Gardner and Miss
Penny Webb. The gifts were'
shown in an adjoining room by
Mrs. John Waller and Mrs. Lar-
ry Waller, sisters-in-law of the
For travelling the bride styled
a yellow and white knit dress
with self belt and white accessor-
ies. She carried cuttings of dai-
sies and yellow roses.
Out-of-town guests were Dina
Waller, Julie Waller, Cherie
Hicks. Mrs. Merle Caylor, Ray-
mond Lovett, .Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Coleman, Jr., Mrs. Burle Waller,
Mrs. Imagene Owens, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Gardner, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Horne, Ricky Everit.,
Debori Everit, Miss Sabra Owens,
Miss Brenda Mitchell, Miss Cher-
.yle Evans, Stanley Owens, Miss
Cherry Hardy. Miss Rachel Hod-
ges, Cindy Home, Joy Marchant,
Miss Gail Godfrey, Miss Sharon
Cook, Mrs. Griff Godfrey, Eric
Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Waller, Sheila Waller, Elaine
Home, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wal-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Fairfax Everit,

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Spivey, Mrs.
James Cothern and son, Rev. C.
E. Hodges, Mr. and Mrs Charles
Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Rogers, M-Sgt. James Pagde
and family, Mrs. V. M. Williams,
Mrs. Ann Gimm, Mrs..Lena Rich-
ards, Mrs. Jody Owens, Mrs. Cau-
ley Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly
Brock and son, Dalton Sheffield,
Miss Betty Johns, Jerry Tyre, D.
C. Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Haddock and family, Mr. and
Mrs L. E. Waller, Mr. and Mrs.
H. T. Waller, Sr., Mrs. John F.
Lovett, Miss Betty Haddock, Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Geoghagen, Sam
Mitchell, Miss Shirlina Folmar,
Mrs. Nina Lewis, Mrs, Waller Ev-
erit and Miss Penny Webb.
The bride is a graduate of Flor-
ida State University with a BS
degree in home economics and
is presently teaching at Chipley
High School. I
The groom is also a graduate
of Florida State University where
lie was a member of the varsity
football team. He is teaching at
Vernon Elementary School and
is assistant coach at Vernon High
The couple is now at home at
North Third Street. Chipley.
i I I
Miss Paula Lovett, whose mar-
riage to H. T. Waller, Jr., was
an event of March 27, was hon-
ored with a miscellaneous show-
er the Monday before the wed-
ding from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in
the home of Mrs. Burl Waller in
Chipley. Other hostesses for the
occasion were Mrs. Clifton Had-
d Waller Everett, Mrs. W. F. Ever-
ett, Mrs. John D. Owens and Mrs.
Merle Caylor.
A color theme of green and
white was carried out in decora-
tions throughout the home. The
serving table was covered with
a. white dacron and lace table-
cloth. The bowl of green punch
was encircled with bridal wreath
and azaleas. The buffet held a
large basket of'white gladiolas
and mums. -
A display of gifts was in the
den. The bride's;book table was
covered with a lade tablecloth
and held a candelabra flanked
with white mums and ribbon.
Mrs. Waller greeted the guests
and presented them to the re-
ceiving line which included the
bride-elect, her mother Mrs.
Joel Lovett, Mrs. H. T. Waler,
mother of the groom 'and Mrs.
Sophrani Iovett, grandmother of
the bride-lect.
For the occasion the bride-elect
chose a dress of brown and white
kiit with matching accessories.
.She wore a corsage of white car-
nations. ./
Mrs. Waller Everett and Mrs.
Clifton Haddock presided at the
serving table. Merle Caylor and
Mrs. John D. Owens directed the
guests to the gift room where
Mrs. W. F. Everett, Mrs. Bobbie
- Haddock and Debbie Everett

Miss Donna Elaine Rhames


Mr. and Mrs. Donald G.
Rhames of Highland View an-
nounce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Donna Elaine to Law-
-rence Jay Broom, Jr., son of Mr.'
and Mrs. Lawrence Jay :Broom of
The wedding will be an event
of June 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the
Highland. View Baptist Church.
Nw invitations are- being' sent
locally, but all friends and rel-
atives are invited to attend.

The Gulf Art Association will
meet Monday, April 10 at the
County Health Department at 7:30
Installation of new officers will
be held and an interesting program
is planned. All newcomers and in-
terested persons awinvited... -

., Married

showed the gifts.
Miss Paula Lovett, bride-elect
of H. T. Waller, Jr., was honored
with a luncheon, March 25 in the
private dining room of the. Chip-
ley Restaurant. Hostess for the
occasion was Mrs. Cecil Haddock,
aunt of the bride-elect.
A color theme of White, pink
and green was carried out in
Easter motif. The table was over-
laid with a .white" linen 'table-
cloth and held baskets of spring
flowers at either end with can-
dles in the center.
The place cards were decorat-
ed with miniature Easter baskets.
Those attending the luncheon,
included the honoree, her atten-
dants, Miss Betty Haddock and
Mrs. Larry Geohagen, Mrs. H. T.
Waller, Sr., mother of the groom,
Mrs. Kelly Brock,' Mrs. Larry
Waller and Mrs. John Waller.,
A surprise party honoring Miss
Lovett was given Friday, March
,20, by the Future Homemakers
of America "of Chipley High
School. Attending were Mrs.
Joel Lovett, mother of the bride,
Mrs. Hershel Waller, mother of
the groom, Mrs. Kelly Brock, the'
groom's sister, Miss Betty Had-
dock cousin ,of the bride, the
Chipley High School faculty, and
members of the FHA for which
Miss Lovett is the advisor.
A miscellaneous shower was
given in the home of Mrs. J. C.
Spivey ofChipley for Miss Lov-
ett on Thursday, March 19. The
guests were greeted by Mrs. Rich-
ard Williams and presented to
the receiving line which includ-
ed the bride-elect, her mother,
Mrs. Jo.,.Lovett, Mrs. Hershel
Waller, mother of the prospective
groom, andflMrs. Mina Lewis, the
bride-electis grandmother. The
coldr theme of yellow and white
was carried out in the decora-
Mrs. Paula Lovett Waller, re-
cent bride was honored with a
bridal shower in the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church social
hal. on, 4April 10.,
Co-hostesses 'were Mrs. John
Odom, Mrs. Gene Harper, Mrs.
Charles Smith, Mrs. Ray Leavell,
Mis. Kenneth Ellis, Mrs. James
Young and Mrs. Buddy Ward.
The honoree and her mother,
Mrs. Joel Lovett, were presented
corsages by the hostesses.
The guests were served a dain-
ty assortment of cookies, nuts,
mints a il punch.

'Danny G. Glass
Completes Mate School
April 6.- Navy Airman Danny G.
Glass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoke S;
Glass of/Port' St. Joe, graduated
from Aviation Electrician's Mate
School at the Naval Air 'Technical
Training Commrand, Jacksonville,

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Sfronm her many friends who attended the happy,
affair. Mrs. Ernst was assisted by Mrs. Robert
Stebel. Ini the photo above are, left to right,
Mrs. Ernst, Mrs. Millender and Mrs. Stebel.

Young Adults Meet With Mrs. Young

The Young Adult Sunday School year.
class of the White City Baptist Everyone was encouraged 'to at-
Church met at the home of Don- tend and support the revival ser-
ald Young on Thursday, April 9 ices.
with 10 members present. Several games were played and
During the evening a time of de- refreshments of Pepsi's, .cookies,
During the evening a time of de- .p s
chipg and dip were served by the
votion and prayer was had for the hostess, Carolyn Young.
church revival. A brief business Those attending were Joann Hay,
session was led by president, David David a nd Bett Rich, Dor and
o ciD and Bettie Rich, Dora and,
Rich and the group decided to Bill Dunigan, Ruth and Sidney
elect new officers at the next Brooks, Donnie and Carolyn Young
meeting for the second balf of the and the teacher, Mrs. Phyllis Price.

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Mrs. Clyde C. Millender waS honored with
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Mrs. Millender received many useful gifts

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Kids Collect 2,000 Books

Members of the 8-1 history class at Port St.
Joe High School get ready to load 24 cartons of
books onto a freight truck for ,shipment to the
Indians in Arizona. The students collected over
2,000 books including eight sets of Encyclopedea,

Mrs. Lois Harper and Joe Reeves
both of Tallahassee, will be mar-
ried Saturday, April 25 at 8:00 p.m.
-in the First Baptist Church of
Dr. Oliver-H~arper will perform
the ceremony.

600 paperback books, 700 hardback books, 90 ref-
erence books and a number of comic books from
.citizens in the Port St. Joe area. Sponsor of the
class is Gerald Lewter. .
--Star photo,

Congratulations are due Wallace
Troop Makes Showing Tillery, acting temporary Scout-i
S 3 o M B a master and assistant Gerald Stro-
Troop 303 of Mexico Beach had thei part in helping Troop
a good showing, as usual, at the or their part helping Troop
annual S oing Camporees he 303 bring home rewards for their
nnual Spring Camporee which participation in the events.
was held at Alligator Pdint. The participation in the events.
troop brought home a red ribbon Another honor/ was bestowed'
and a yellow ribbon, despite the upon Troop 303 by having three of
its Scouts tapped for Order of the
fact they participated under a se- Arrow. Those tapped were Chuck
vere handicap, after just losing Strobel, Allen Gaddis and John Ar-
their Scoutmaster. I nold.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith Observe

Golden Anniversary In Mississippi
/ ^
Mr. and .Mrs. C. R. Smith, who Wise of Collins, Mississippi on
were residents of Port St. Joe for March 22. I
34 years, were honored on their The reception rooms were dec-
50th wedding anniversary with a orated with several arrangements
reception given by their children po-po m ns and
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James gladiolus. The tea table ws cov-
ered with a white imported linen
P cloth. The three-tiered wedding
Pano Pupils In cake, supported by six columns was
Beautifully decorated with' small
Recital Saturday pink rosebuds and green leaves,1
topped with a 50th Wedding Anni-'
A unique experience in music versary circled with. white and
will be heard here Saturday night gold tulle. Coffee, punch, cake,
at 7:30 p.m. in the High School'nuts and assorted mints were ser-
Auditorium, when Mrs. Ann Pen- ved to the many guests that called
,nington presents "Stairway to Mu- during the appointed hours.
sic", a program delightfully ar- i I
singdatpograw dehehrollsar. All eight of the couple's children.
ranged to show the progress of were present: Miss Margaret Smith
about 20 piano students under her of, Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. Stahey
tutoring. Miller of Washington, D. C.; Dr.
n invocatikinsonwill oen the ex Clay- Tom Smith of Huntsville, Alabama;
tonWilkinsonMrs. James Wise of Collins, Miss-
ercises, followed by a special pia- o ,Ai
no feature arrangement by Mrs sippi; Mrs. Medwell Hi of A-
no. feature arrangement by Mrs. ~ken, S. C.; Mvrs. C. A. Baumgart of
Pennington including a medley of rV. enberg, A PB, California; C.1
songs combining semi-classical, Va-eb r, B Cai foni; C
rock and roll plus country-western Robinson of Port St. Joe.
backed by the Wilkinson brothers '
on the drums, lead and bass gui- Other out-of-town guests includ-
tar. All of Port St. Joe will be ed Mis. Lois Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
rroud of these budding musicians. Donnie Snmith, Miss Renee Smith,
Carol Wise, well-known locally, Regina Smith, Kenece Robinson
will end the program with a pat,.)Rein Si ..s -enale o. S.-iJoe.
riotic number impressively assist- Km Robinson all of ort St. Joe
ed 'by Andy. Wilkinson on drums. Miss Laura Smith and Dr. Tom
A reception will be held after-. Gibson of Huntsville, Alabama and
wards in the dining hall of the Fred Wise of Hattiesburg, Miss.
High School with -the public invit-
ed to attend. PRAYER GROUP MEETS
The program is being sponsored WITH MRS. SNELLGROVE
by many leading businesses and
citizens of Port St. Joe including Prayer Group HI of the Long
Pate's Shell Service Center, Corn- Avenue Baptist Church WMS will
forter Funeral. Home, Rich's TGA, meet Wednesday, April 22 at 9:30
Campbell's Drugs and Aline's Beau- a.m. in the home of Mrs. William.
c.n..... .. us s no.,,i

ty salon.


Engagement Told
m ,, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arm-
stlong of Highland View an-
nounce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Betty Sue, to Gene
Hanlon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Hanlon of Wewahitchka.

The groom elect graduated
from Wewahitchka High School
in 1968 and is now serving in the
Navy, stationed at Norfolk, Va.
A June wedding is being plan-

PFC Tom O'Brian Completes Jump

School at lFort Benning, Georgia

PFC Tom O'Brian has success- sent to Camp Gieger, N. C., to qual-
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Ft. Benning, Ga. He graduated Ap- for jump school. His training there
ril 4. O'Brian enlisted in the Ma- is only a part of his preparation.
rine Corps October 21, 1969. He I ,
completed basic training in Paris He was chosen to serve with
Ime Ias r ngn Force Recon because" of his pre-
Island, S. C., and graduated there Force recon because of his pre-
December 29 .6 last year. vious record in the Marine Corps,
O'Brian then completed nine hs scholasticc achievements and his
weeks of ITR training at Camp physical acevements.
LeJeune, N..C. It was here, he was PFC O'Brian is the son of Mr.
chosen go be a candidate for the and Mrs. Grady O'Brian of 513
Marine Corps special forces unit Woodward Avenue.
known as "Force Recon". He was

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E R. ort'St.J Florid* THORSDAY,. APRIL 16, 197
Didn't show. Wayne ad a 185 and 514. Parker was Doris with a 397 ser- View Ar S o
.-.- didn't show. Wayne had a 185 514and Trophy won four by ies and Betty with a 157 game. L rge CrOWd Views Art Showing
game. Annihad a 133 forfeit as Whitfield's didn't show SO Ge reW sigolooa
\ 'On April 5 Shirt and Trophy up. Joe Davis rolled ad 195 'and Fi Joe Stevedores and Flod Of George Washington Schools
B ow n took four from Butler's on the 541 Daryal Stricklnd threw a First National Bank postponed due
make-up road. Daryal led the way 177 and 484, Joy D. a 158 and 433 to a death. Schools decorations as well as glass made
Switch a 192 and 491. Joy Davis had and Doris a 145 game. High bowlers for thenight were Art Show was a great success. Over a d
lCo MxedL ae Vtum o thea 1431 and 39.n Doihs a 142and N Vittums took three and allowed Ruby Kwith a 487 series and E 2 people a moment vew ad inern t aa exress
S -.385. She also picked up a 5-8-10 No. Drive-n one. Wayne Ernst wit a high game of 179. 1 oy he oro the ste ts on eriners made of crepe p
B e t1 t r leJ oy n t the othestudents ond Flowers were made of crepe pac
Be' ssplit. brought his- own rooting section Standings W L April 9 between 4 and 6 p.m. I per and plastic egg cartons.
P o 15 P a On April 11, Ace Oil aCompany and showed off by putting together St. Joe Kraft-------76 36 Rfereshments of punch, coffee Clever mobiles and stables were
a 1 an Bil ,a heasa 18 Izy Owens had abig 243 game576 series. ary Harrison rolledSto S"e4
e- e defeated eSt. Joe Lanes 4 to 0. gamFinch l es of 163y 189 and 224 forl .a St. Joe Stevedorees 6% 4Al home making department and this Mural of the Wizard of Ozabythe
Gulf County Mixed League Vittums got the best end of 13 an 56 series. Wayne Finch roll ase 161 and 458 Bill Grape a 156, John Florida First National 0 65 added to the enjoyment of the af- kindergarten was expressive 'o.
Gulf County Mixed League with 161 and 452, Ann Finch ad a 150oPNah.pa -big '196 and 489 while Bil- ,Williams Alley Kats -- 50 62 ternoon. their interest and of many unusual
Butler's to 1. Stewart Lyle for Montgomery rolled a 201 game 158 Swatts and Parker -- 43 69 Among the outstanding and riconstructions done in wire, crr-
Buer's was high with a 154. Suand 487 series. Wayne Ernst had Butler's showed a "neversay die" ANRailroad--------88 ginal works displayed were unus-gated board,ood, etc. "House of
Parrish posted a 150, Joe Padgett a 174 and 498, Mary Harrson a 192 l spirit by defeating 13 Mile four toI- i i ua wall decorator plaques made the Trop birdhouse of pop-'
a 152 and BillieP., a 149. She also and 488, Ruby Lucas a 182 and e A s tan d s ae ,.from plastic siy, pack container sicle sticks T
Interrseihag aigeE6-7-, sp.t..., Way.ne Wardi1Go1nsdd o o ms r P T
picked up a big 6-7-10 split. 514, Wayne Ward 177 and 515, fo Butler's at 166. Sue Parrish Ladies Winter League holders sprayed, stapled together]' The variety "and originality
Shirt Lind Trophy Center beat Buddy 178 and 470 and Martha 164 N THE CIRCUIT COURT, took series with a 434. Tanya had airyburger woni four from We-'and with addition of flowers or shown points up the great poten-
St. Joe Lanes 3 to 1. Joe Davis had and 425. Donna was there. The Vit- FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL 144 and a 124 while Wayne Ward wa Bank this week. Jo ealey had !crucifix as the point of focal in- tial of the students and talent dis.
a big 207 game and 521 series turn four put together high games CIRCUIT OF THE STATE d a 162 Buddy a 70 Donna games of 148 and 160 forth win-'erest Also love hooked and cr played shows the work of each tea-
Daryal Strickland rolled a 206 and for a team '733 game. OF FLORIDA N AN FOR se a 162, r l a 1, ners. Hazel rolled 163 and 135, Jo-cheted rugs, piows and han cher and student and their re
520. Maxine Smith posted a 187 Ace Oil Company was awarded GT O b t a e nie a 130 and 145 and Evelyn a work by the home making depart sponse to the arts..
game and 422 series. four by forfeit when Whitfield's CASE NO. 70 Next week will be the last week 15.. a 13and ae l wte e.i dpe the r ts
DEWEY E. EVANS, of the, season. A banquet will be1 and 213 and a 49 sies W mentr
S Plaintiff, h held at Butler's on Friday May wa's Ann Suber out-did herself The social studies classes enter-
:-vs- S, 1 All league bowlers, their'spo- with thrdeigood games, 128, 1281ed many informative posters on Girl Scouts Meet
FI RST U CHU CH H ues a substitu we ahnd s sponsors are and 158 for a 414 series. historic r periods, the famous
I nT e c mt a ueteniedan. T Dd, ^D'bstod t Mr o S' spat twe f two.witheportraits of Washington ands'Jack- Girl Scout Troop 48 m et at -the
intersection Monument and Constitution TO: Marie T. Evans, 135nA Plaza Glidden o Dot t 0a Shlle h aaie sown des m a nd Mos o .C.I.A. Ps
RtEV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minisfer MrieT. En Plaz Glio. O'al had gaes ofsoc ial'life in U.S.A. day, March 31. The Girl Scoutsi
YU E B SED 9:45 A.M iRE f oGulf County Ladies League nThetypingclassesenteredmanyhepedeea the hay
Church Sch l 11:0045 A.M. hat a bill of complaint for divorce As time draws near,Pete Wee added122 and 147, rh 1441 original cards /made with glitter Pa Hammond. The GirlScouts
ornig Worship 11:00 A.M. has been filed against you, and you Accounting is settling up old a-nd Louise 132. Glidden's girls had a duplicating I machines and type- hade cake, ice cream and Coke, su
Evening Worship uransweP.or pleading tothe bill counts. They took all four games 44 it AChristin put ,or a .cns n plied by Mrs. Hammond.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:00 P.M. of complaint on the plaintiff's at. from Williams Alley Kats. Shirley r s ade dded plastic egg carton containers Girl Scout Troop 48 met again
tourney, Earl R. Duncan, of Duncan had a 383 series and Toby hadr a nd.Gal 152 138 and were used in many original ways with Mrs. Parker mon Tuesday, Ap.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives" & Foster, 1610.Beck Avenue, Pan- 151 game for Pete Weed,,High for 1 0 a making Christmastre, flowers, ril 7. TheScouts began a he to
originalyansweraorpleading in the the Alley Kats was Norma with a or a etc. Overstreet.
officeof AN the Clerk of the Circuit 400 series and a high game of 155. Team No. 6and Pate's split two The categories displayed were When the Girl Scouts arrived at
/ Court of Gulf County, Florida on St. Joe Furniture took two and for two. Elaine came up with a big wide and varied in the elementary Overstreet they had refreshments.
Sforthe relief u deal b nded the ga to add to their total.. Sue had the a 460." Joyce' had a 139 game. hand made by elementary students MARCIA BIGGIN
CornAer Third St. and Baltzell AVe. C. Byron Smith, Pastor of complaint. high series of 392 and Dot W. had Pate's Anna Smith ,rolled 144 arid showed fine direction and good Troop Scribe
ama City, Florida, this 2ndNE AND ORDERED at an a high game of 165 for St. Jo151 while Opal had 160, Brenda taste of fourth grade students Troop be
TRAIN I NG 816:30 P.M. April, 1970.o Furniture. Ann had a 428 series 134 and 153 and Ruby 174, 181 and Media used were painting: wa- ..... -
TRAININGUNION GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk and Marguerite a high game of 167 for a522 total. tercolors, acrylis, enamel and tem- ^ PINES
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. Circuit Court of Gulf 162 for AN. Pera and string aintingdrawing
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00 AM. County, Florida On lanes 7 and 8, St. Jo Kraft ... p encil, chalk, crayon and pastels: Stand Tall
EVENING WORHIIP SERVICE 1 7:30 PM.!/ (SEAL) 4t49 took three out.,offour from Swatts CLASSIFIED ADS mosiac, colored construction pa-
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M. I N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S and ParkerRbyhad 487 series Midetnv per magazines colored sheets, egg [ o a
S COURT IN AND FOR GULF' and Evelyn a high game of 179 for Giant Retumsl shells ground, glass and wood. | J 4UJ. -Future!
"Come and Worship 'God With U UNT FLORIDA. St. Joe Kraft. High for Swatts and Many varieties of plastic bottle
___ IN PROBATE. of
You, and each of you, are here-
by notified and required to pres-
ent any claims and,demands which
you, or either of 'you, may hav /
3JW against the estate of BQYD HER-
BERT MUNN, deceased, late of
-Gulf County Florida, to the Hon-
.. orable S. P. Husband, County Judge .-
L=E' IJ E ADS =- VE LO S BILtL IEADS of Gulf County, and file the same
LETTER 1EADS, ENVELOPS-B1ILEADS in his office in the County Court- / "
CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS house in Gulf County, Florida, with- ....Westinghouse 30-Inch
RO RE S II in six (6). calendar months from
BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTINGe dat e of the rst publication featuring new Zenith n
ENGRAVING hereof. Said claims or demands to r a n y I9V
contain t* legal address of the
THE S A R T claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same |M
T H E In Am will be barred. See Section 733.16 L t J r
'Florida Statutes. \ --andcrafted chassis for
Letterpress. Printing Offset Printing Office SuppllesDated this 31st day of March, Sper performance
1970. WimA^97. super performance, ,
As-Executrix of the Last years longer
Boyd Herbert Munn,
Deceased. a
F t303 Fourth Street 4t-4
"'OO Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Executrix
M T L/' uThe, Board, of County Commis- B L
-- signers, Gulf County, Florida, will
receive sealed bids from any per-
son, company, or corporation inter-
5th S.treetand Highway 98. tested in selling the County the fol-
'lowing personal property, to-wit:
Port St Joe, Florida 120 watt mobile relay station,.
Outdoor cabinet. Unit to include
wire line remote control, antenna
duplexer, tone coded squelch and
reasonable terms available 0005 frequency stability. To 23 In.
operate on 136-174 Mcs. Unit to
or qua ied purchaser contain no blowers. Bids to in- Diag.
o q f clude complete installation, war-
S aranty and delivery. ZENITHBIG SCREEN
See or Call Bids wll be received until April
28, 1970, 7:00 P.M., Port St. Joe H Iandf C T
AM TIP TOML3SO l time, at the Office of the Clerk of $119.0
SNCirS uite oa rsPorthSt oe, Io dao Infinite heat controls. Surface signal light. Oven signal light.
Registered Real Estate Broker reject any and all bids. appliance receptacle. Lift-off oven door. Storage drawer.
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2-Piecel Vinyl Sofa Bed and Chair
l s .. Pre-Season Sale LIVING ROOM SUITE--- $119.00
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All Meat STEW -W7 Smoked f0fl
Ground CHUCK- ------lb. 1I C Loir CHOPS---- b. 77C
Hormel 'Ready-to-Eat' Turkey
: Cure 81 HAMS ---b. .29 Necks, Drumsticks lb. 3YC

i .Rib Center Cut
Smoked CHOPS

SBob White
lb. 8c Slicbd BACON -----lb. 69c


The Tea for Me!

4 oz. 44c

The Tea for Me!
LIPTON TEA BAGS -- --- 48 ct. 67c
Jergen's Bath Bars
DEODORANT SOAP ------3 bars 39c
Plastic Bottle Downy
FABRIC SOFTENER king size $1.39
BIZ PRE SOA--K -----reg. si'e' 29c
NBC Premium

16 Oz.


ak Creme 15 Oz. Cello Bag -
S___ 15 oz. cello 41c

Pattie OLEO ____ ea. 8c
Tree Top Frozen 12 Oz. Caw
Apple Juice 12 oz. 39c
Parkay Regular
Margarine --_ b. 31c

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hard hold Gentle Gentle Wilkinson Sword
ave Suave Suave Chonueum'dge
air S odihamp Shampoo i Razor
ray Shamp o with Eggs Blades'
. Can 16 Oz. Bottle 16 Oz. Bottle Phg. of 5

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King Size 1 $
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Pint Gulf One of Each
Charcoal Starter.
5 lb. bag Sparky ,*1
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' Del Monte HALVES -

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Crushed or Sliced


20 Oz.

Nabisco Cookie Brei


r 10 lb". bag 59Q
100 S & H STAMPS Rutabagas -'-b. lOc
With $10.00 or More Purchase Fresh Crisp 2 Lb. Bag
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Cigarettes Not Included Fresh Ripe
... Tomatoes --lb. 19c
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PAGE TE] THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 97O

Service Provides Income To City

As Well As A Monthly Electric Bill

Services from Florida Power Cor- Thompson is obviously proud of cost of electricity to customers by started early tyis year.
pot'ation means m-6re to its Port what he calls "the publicminded- $3.2 million on an efficient oper- All this new contsruction is part
St. Joe customers than electric ser- ness" of his company. He said that actions. of a systemwide five-year, $500 mil-
vibe punctuated monthly by a bill last year, FPC made real progress Power supply reliability for FPC lion program to assure that our
f9 i the energy used. in accomplishing objectives mutual- customers, and for. the entire State, customers do not suffer from power
-It means money coming in, too, ly beneficial to customers and to was greatly improved when the shortage, Thompson said.
according.to Wes Thompson, local the company. Those objectives company's new generating unit at Taking the lead in efforts to
district manager for. the utility, were lower rates, increased power Crystal River came "on the line" in keep the air and water free from
Last year, FPC paid the City almost supply reliability, ,and further en- December. It added 510,000 kilo- pollution, FPC has established a
$13,000 in taxes. And another $59, vironmental improvements. watts, of generating strength to the $375,000 Enviromental Monitoring,
228 came into the area as payroll During 1969, the company not multi-plant system, and represents Program at Crystal River plant.
for the company's employees in only resisted the pressures of in- a 30 percent increase :in power The program, operating in cooper-
Gulf County. flation, but actually reduced the increase in power availability. action with governmental agencies
A further step to improve relia- concerned with air and water qua-
b lty was taken with the installa- lity control, will study the environ-
S' tion of four jet-powered peaking mental effects of plant operation.
S '-. units. Each of these reserve gen- Two marine bioligistsi from the
-iAM Ia a rating .units can very quickly put Florida Bureau of Marine Science
0H LV IS ,-33,000 kilowatts into the system in and Technology are located full-
For A Good Deal On times of emergency. time at the plant. Their purpose is
S For A Good Deal On During the last year, construction to observe the effects of warm
Plymouth, Chrysler or continued on FPC's nuclear gener- water discharge on marine life so
Imperial I -, eating facility at Crystal River. This as to protect the environment.
mpera unit, to take shape in the, shadow To clean the smokestack emhis-
of the large two-unit conventional sions from the newly-completed
ROG R M plant, will add 825,000 kilowatts coal-fired generating unit at try-
KU K to the eight-plant system generat- stal River, a $750,000 device was
.Panama Cit _l. ing might whe completed in 1972. installed which removes 95 per-
Panam ta City Chrysler I mifor a 5OOOvolt transmis cent of the soot and fly-ash.
SP mouth, InaB sion line to carry the nuclear gen- Thompson concluded with, "I can
/ 15h St., Panama,City ~ rated power into the system were assure our Gulf County customers
Phone 785-4372 also completed last year. Con- that we are doing out utmost to
struction of this new line the keep' power reliable, rates down
S State's first of such size will be and air and water clean. After all,

Hurry...don't miss out! Limited quantities some sizes & types!


7.75-14 or 7.75-15


Whitewalls 4 for $*116

Size Blackwall
4 For-
-13 $88
14ot15 $96
14or15 $112
14or 15 $124
-14or15 $138
15 *$142

M All prices plus $1.7
I' per tire Fed. Ex. t
tires off your

s Whitewlls
4 For
8 to $2.87
ax and 4
car. _

Size Blackwalls Whitewalls
S4For 4 For
6.50-13 $76 $88
6.95-14 $78 $90
7.35-14 or 15 $84 $96
8.25-14 or 15 $98 $112
8.55-14 $108 $124
8.85-14 or 15 $126 $142
All prices plus $1.65 to $2.62
per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 4
tires off your car.

m c.hamplfn

ApopularU 4-pl ytire
nylon cord rep t tie

7.75-14 or 7.75-15

4 FOR 8

Whitewalls 4 for $84

kwails Whitewals
For 4For
$66 $76
$68 $78
$72 $82
$86 $96
$94 $104
- $116


,7.35-14 or 15
8.25-14, 8.15-15
8.55-14, 8.45-15

All prices plus $1.78 to $2.87
per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 4
tires off your car.


for best selection!

Buy now

Charge it. credit established promptly




To Furnish A

Better Life

The objective of the West Flor-
ida Resource" Conservation and
Development Project (RC&D) is to
help bring about a better place for
people to live, work and play.
RC&D projects create a base not
bnly for new jobs and higher in-
come but also for outdoor recrea-
tion and beautification to the
The U. S. Department of Agri-
culture ,by authority of the Food
and Agriculture Act of 1962, gives
technical and financial help to lo-
cal groups in the conservation and
development of the natural re-
sources of the !area. Also, it helps
project sponsors seek funds and
services from other Federal Agen-
cies and from State and local sour-

ces. The Soil Conseration Service
gives leadership for the U. 'S. De-
part ment of Agriculture in this pro-
gram. Wiley Garrett is the SCS co-
ordinator for Gulf County. The
County RC&D headquarters is lo-
cated in the County Courthouse in
Blountstown. The Project head-
quarters is located in the basement
of the Holmes County Courthouse
in Bonifay. '
we live here too --paying the same
rates for the same electric service,
breathing the same air, and enjoy-
ing the same water."

Pick a warm day soon and turn on your air
conditioning. Summer's just around the cor-
Si ner-and so's your air conditioning service-
I, every room as cool as you like it? Need
new filters? Repairs? Maybe it's time for a
new unit. Or a whole new system.
Have you asked about' heat pumps for
automatic year-round comfort? \

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street'

PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30



REV, J, C. ODUM, Pasto~r

-- Say You Saw It In The Star -

Installation on the Beaches


And if you do.ndt yet enjoy the blessings of
air conditioning, now is the time to install it.
Because many dealers and'contractors offer
off-season inducements. Many offer attrac-
Stive easy terms.
Before you know it, summer weather will
arrive.. For the sake of your wn cool com-
fort, for the sake of economy, check your air
conditioning now!

check list for efficient, economical air conditioning
check lis for ,*+ g "


Replace filters frequently. Clogged filters make unit
work harder and cause higher operating costs.
Keep clear of plants and other obstructions. Any-
thing that interferes with air flow makes unit work
Keep furniture or drapes clear of grill. Anything
that interferes with delivery or return of air will not
allow unit to cool properly.
Use drapes or provide outside shading to shut out
heat from the sun.,
Adequate irfsulatiort will result in Idwer operating
costs. Proper attic ventilation increases the effeo-
tiveness of insulation.

.,; .- operating hints:
- TEMPERATURE For economy set the thermostat at the highest
SETTING comfortable temperature. (Usually 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
SFOM HOME normal setting with fan on "Auto" for mildew
protection and quick comfort When you return.


To Call 648-6311
lDWest O

Single Dwellings Only

-- ......... .. .. .--..... | |
SAVE $5O Remember... any Florida Power Corloration residential
customer who removes flame-type heating and replaces '
It with whole-house electric heating and cooling between
now and May 31, 1970 will receive a $50 Installation
allowance from us. (Minimum capacity, 18.000 BTU's.)
Ask your dealer or contractor for all details.

helping build better communities.


TH TRPr S.Je a.246 TUSDY PRL1,190P ,EEE
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* Fruit Cocktail Y. C. Sliced Peaches Spinach
* Cut Green .Beans r French Green Beans Blended Peas
* Tiny Whole Beets Golden Corn C. S. White Corn
* Seasoned Peas Stewed Tomatoes ...y.,-w-..-"

CHUNK TUNA 36cz $1.00
FRUIT DRINKS 4C6 ;$1 .00
WALDORF ; 4 390

S' 6

la t i e ..,1argeHead 9
Celery.... PerStalk c
Forn s
Oranges 10 49
*Ri pe TOiatogS 3 iR 9B 7c

SAVE 15c!
With this Coupon when you buy
With This Coupon Without
5 p 5oz. tl 24 c upon
SCoupon good thru April 19 at your A&P .

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GOOD THROUGH APR. 19 4718-70


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JEL AEE6 -- -0

JANE PARKER Iced Spice Cake
3 Z- $1.00
Pineapple Pies
1-Lb. 6-z.o
Size J3C
SItalian 11 Lb.
* Sand. Wheat 1-Lb.
* Seeded RYE 1-Lb.
* Plain RYE 1-Lb.
4 Loaves [
Only 99c
RAIN CHECK Prices I thIs
ad are good through Saturday
April 18, 1970.




"Super-Right" Qualifty Pork Loin Sliced POtK




have all you need for .
all your chores with the Jn

Rheemglas Fury!

provides positive u hot water, '
protection against o0fastr. No more
the corrosive .waiting In-between
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A i i 0andjdoto mW ovwy
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Added to Gas Bill

and 75 gaSl..capadlie

St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
114 Moenument Ave. Phone 229-8881

F. U me -



.. 'Raiders Sponsor
--.- 'Old South' hall
These are
Danger- MARION, ALA.-Cadet Joe Hen-
Readings drix of Pprt St. Joe and other mem-
for Batteries ers of Morgan's Raiders )Honor
..32 Society at Marion Institute sp'n-
0,0***" sore~d the Old\ South Ball Saturday
evening, April 11,. in Alumni Me-,
a. morial Gymnasium.
What hot weather starts, cold The ball climaxed a' day,of ac-
weather finishes both extremes
drain battery power. But before tivities which brought back the
you fill the air with electrifying :days of the Old So th when the
oaths, see us for a checkup'of cavalry of Confede ate General
y.ur staryingnAid charging system.
We'll find the rea troubles wih. John Hunt Morgan terrorizedd the
out obligation. Yankees 'as well as the young la-
SIt attery trouble IS dies.
your problem, we carry, a "
and recommer.d the The day began with a proclama-
fines: NAPA bat-
I NAPA J series. Tt,ee imply tion of mock secession at 6 aam.
Ss"'a. ienrw de'ca and progressed through .company
prove it., competition'at a gymkhana, a dem-
onstration by the counter-guerrilla
/ ,,i unit Swamp Foxes, and a full-dress
ST. JOE AUTO review of the entire Cadet Brigade
by the 33 members of the Mor-X
PARTS CO.;/ Inc. gan's Raiders honorary military
fraternity. ,

WHEREAS, Thomas G. Alsobrook, a former
member of the Kiwanis Club of Port St. Joe, departed
this life on March 14, 1970; and,
WHEREAS, he became a member of the Kiwanis
.Club of Port St. Joe in November of 1942 and was elect-
ed its Treasurer in 1946, serving in this capacity until the
date of his death; and his contributions to this organiza-
tion were of such quality as to merit the cohiendations
,and heartfelt thanks of the members of this organization;
and, '
WHEREAS, the loss of a man with such high
qualities is keenly felt by the membership of this organi-
zation as well as others who knew and loved him; and,
WHEREAS, it is fitting and proper that we
should adopt this memorial on his passing.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the mem-
bership of the Kiwanis Club of Port St. Joe, that we, the
members of the Kiwanis Club of Port St. Joe, do unani-
mously express to the family of Thomas G. Alsobrook
ou' deep and earnest sense of regret and heartfelt loss at
his passing.
this Resolution be forwarded 'to the family of the late
Thomas G. Alsobrook and a copy, thereof bedspread upon
the minutes of this organization.
THIS RESOLUTION passed and adopted at a
regular meeting of the'Kiwanis Club of Port St. Joe, Flor-!
ida, held on the 31Ast day of March, A. D. 1970.

Special! AFP All

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Limit wit or moye order


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THE STAP,- Part St. Joe, Fla.. 32456





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PAGE TWELVE ii.ID STAR, Pert St. Joe, FIa.' 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 16. 1970

* LEXAN Molded Case...Won't rust ever!
* Easy Mount Installation Quiet "Mini-
Rotor" Compressor *Vop Air Discharge -
* 5,000 BTU/rHR Woodhue Brown

Ronald Gaffney, best shooting award with a rebounder and most valuable player and Norris
60% average for the season; James McGee, best Langston, most improved player. -Star photo

Awards Presented at Cage Banquet

Basketball coach Bill Dickson
said Saturday night at the annual

basketball banquet that this is
the first year he knows about

Kick-off Coffee for Cancer Crusaders

A "kick-off coffee" for area
captains and workers in the
door-to?door campaign for the
American Cancer Society will be
held Monday, April 20, at 8:00
p.m. in the St. James Episcopal

ga A [ -of said elections to the second Tues-
Sdy in May, 1970, and the second CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
Tuesday in May of election years I OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
I A thereafter, with the second primary .G COUNTY.
.two weeks subsequent to the first M. J. SEAWRIGHT,
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION primary; providing that the terms Plaintiff,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of office of all Commissioners in -V- :'-
Notice is hereby given of inten- office shall be extended until the YUKIKQ 'SEA.WRIGHT, '
tion to apply to the 1970 Session date when their successors are cho- Defendant. .
f .theFl brida Leg nature for pas- s; repealing all laws, in conflict NOTICE OF SUIT
.sage of an act allowing the County threwith and providing for an ef- TO: YUKIKO SEAWRIGHT, 865
. Commissioners of Gulf County, fecti W Bve date.47th Avenue,' Apartment B,
Florida, to cooperate with machin- C. W. BROCK, City Clerk San Francisco, California 94121
ery, funds, or work with civic or- YOU- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ganizations or non-profit corpora- NOTICE OF LEGISLATION that an action for divorce has been
tions within said county in pro- Notice is hereby given that the filed against you and you are re-
moting projects of public interest undersigned will apply to he 1970 quired to serve a copy of your
in Gulf County. Session of the Floriia T Leis;1atre written defenses, if any, to it on
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk for a local act relating to St. Jo- Robert M. More, Costin and Moore
I t &seph's'Bay Country Club, a non- attorneys for Plaintiff, whose ad.,
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION. profit corporation, in Gulf County, dressFils 221 Reid A venue, Port St.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Florida, applying only in Gulf Joe, Florida, and file the original
Notice is hereby given of inten- County, Florida, for application for with the Clerk of the above styled
tion to apply to the 1970 Session of a club .beverage license to be op- urt on or before ay 15, 1970;
the Florida Legslature for passage rated bysaid club on premises lo- erwise, judgment may be en-
of an act amending the City Char- cated in Gulf County, Florida. ered against you for the relief de-
er of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor- St. Joseph's Bay Country Club handed in the Complaint.
,ida relating to the time of hIs/ C. W. Brock, President WITNESS y hand and seal of
ing city elections in the City of said Court on this the 14th day of
Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
changing the date of the holding FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL (SEAL) 4t-4-16'

Parish House.
The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi is sponsoring
the chusade under the direction
of Lynda Sullivan, chairman and
Shirley Daniels, co-chairman.
Workers will be visiting every
house in the area on April 23
and 24. Residents are urged to
co-operate with these volunteers
by tying any dogs and turning on
their porch lights after dark.
Area captains are:
St. Joe Beach, Jewel Burkett
and Marion Deeson; Beacon Hill,
Paulene Elliot; Overstreet, Nor-
ma Walls; Highland View, Nell
Patterson; White City, Dean Hor-
ton; Oak Grove, Betty Heath;
Ward Ridge, Mrs. John Rich;
Simmons Bayou, Mrs. S. L. Kemp;
Port St. Joe, Martha Sanborn,
Wandis Scott, Greta Freeman,
Lynda Sullivan, Shirley Daniels,
Flo Maddox, Ann Pridgeon.
The North Port St. Joe area
will be collected through the Al-
liance of Churches.
All workers are urged to at-
tend the kick-off coffee and pick
up their kits.

when every member of the team
lettered on the varsity squad.
Dickson then awarded the let-
ters to Buddy Boyette, Steve Ma-
comber, Charles. Givens, George
Williams, Greg Knox, Norris
Langston, Willie Clark, James
McGee, Kloskia Lowery, Jim Cop-
enhaver and Ronald Gaffney and
managers Jimmy Demming and
Danny Bolden.
All conference members of the
Gulf Coast Conference champs
included James McGee, Norris


.$ -

HURRY! Offer i 'for limited time only April 13 to April 25, 1970



PHONE 229-3611


HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 bedrooms. FOR SALE: 36" used electric LOST: Glasses, brown frames trim-
large living room with seamless range. Will trade for gas range. I med in gold with sun glasses at-
commercial carpet, kitchen with Phone 229-5696. tfc-4-f6 tached. Lost at jetties at Mexico
stainless steel double sink, bath'---. Beach Monday about 4:00 p.m.
tub with shower head, front screen IN NEED OF used furniture. Sal- Call Mrs. Houston Ra bsey, 227-
porch, large utility room, small I vation Army Thrift Store, Reid 8550. 1 ltr*
back porch, outside utility build- Avenue. Clothing appreciated. We --- ...
ing. Financing available. Call 229- will give receipt for income tax LOST: At PArt St. Joe High School,
2971 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-4-16 purposes. We will pick up furni- a navy blue leather handbag.
| ture. Phone 229-6333. 2tp-4-15 Contents are very important. RE&
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms, 2 WARD! Call High School. 4t-4-9
baths, fully carpeted. 106 Bell- FOR SALE: Cast nets. 121 Second -. ..._
amy Circle. Phone 227-8486 for ap- Avenue, Oak 'Grove. Phone 227- LIVE and DRESSED channel ct
pointment. tfc-3-26 5684. 4tc fish at Douglas Landing. 10p3-26-
FOR SALE: 3 acres of land with FOR.SALE: Starcraft camper, will SORRY--No, catfish available now.
3 bedroom house at Simmons Ba- sleep 4. Phone 227-5461. 4-2-tfc at Douglas Landing. Must repair
you. Phone 229-5567. _FOR SALE: '65 Fastback Mustang, house boat.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house $1200, Also Acetone, "500" port- -D E .. .
one block from water. St. Joe able organ and bass amplifier with REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
Beach. $4500. Call 227-4221 after two 12" speakers, $325. Donnie- bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
7 p.m. Maddox, phone 229-1581. tfc-4-2 pills". Campbell's Drug. 14p-4-2:
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, block FOR SALE or TRADE for small WELDING: Electric and aetylene.
and stucco, carpet and air con- car. 60'xl30' lot at Howard's Aluminum and east iron welding.
4itioned. 523 7th St. 227-3067. tfc Creek. Close to water. Wlil fin. Years of experience. Call J. L.
ance. J.OT. Wood, phone 229-4356. Temple 229-6167, 1302 Palm Blvd.
LAND FOR SALE: 15 acres at $300 4tp42

per acre. Phone Wewahitchka,
639-5258. 2tp-4-9 FOR SALE: Garden club caladium
bulbs, 20c, 25c and 35c each.
FOR SALE: 11 acres at White City See at the home of Mrs. Kenneth
in city limits. 550 foot frontage
on highway. Call 648-4333. 4tc-4-9 Bateman, 63 Woodward Ave., or
phone 227-5851.
WANTED -TO RENT small fur- h'
nished hquse,or apartment. Must SAW FILING and carpenter work.
be clean. For couple. Phone 227- Bert Hall, Phone 229-6185, White.
8541. after 7 p.m. City, next to fire station, tfc-2-12
POR RENT: Large two bedroom FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control I
furnished waterfront home. Lo- cosmetics. Call' Mabel Baxley.
cated at St. Joe Beach. B4nt by the 229-6100. 1109 Monument Ave.
week. Ph. 229-1143. tfe6-28
REDUCE safe and :fast with GoBese
.FOR RENT: Furnishea' twoed- tablets ~aid E-Vap "water pills".-
room beach cottages at St. Joe CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 4tp-3-5
Beach. Reasonable. monthly rates.-
Call 227-3491 or.227-8496. tfc-7-31 Complete

FOR RENT: Two bedroom house,
furnished, at St. Joe, Beach. Ap-
ply at Smith's Pharmacy, Phone
227,5111. ffc-4-9
FOR IRENT: Apartment. 510 Eighth
St. Call Jean Arnold, 648-4800.
.. . l I .... r f c-4 -9
FOR RENT: Space; available fol"
mobile home on lots back oB
Costin's Cottages, Beacon Hill.
Call 227-7816. 2-19
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan, 51,000 actual miles. New
whitewal Itires. This car runs and
looks like new.-$595. Contact Bob
Fielder, Ph. 785-3916, Panama City.
FOR SALE: 50 hp. Mercury with
:14' plywood boat and trailer.
Call 229-5821. tfc-5-2
FOR SALE: 1965 Cadillac. Has 29,-
151 miles. Call Mrs. Tom Owens,
1110 Long Avenue after 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Upright freezer, 15 cu.
ft. $100.00. Phone 229-6323.
pliance repair call 229-6323.
Our Number Has Seen Changed
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim 4o please you
Every Time"
602 Garrison Ave.
Phone 229-6326

Interior and Exterior
Also Vinyl Wallpaper Hung
Free Estimate -- .
4t Phone 648-7175 3-12

SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cal:
SBuford Griffin. Phone 229-2937
oi 229-3097-. .
FIGHT temporary fatigue with
hippies, non habit forming. Only
$1.98. CampbelU's Drugs. 6p-4-2
Emory Stephens.. Free estimate.
guarantee on labor and materials.
tow down payment. Phone 227-
972. ,tfc
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.

Antenna Specialists '
PHONE 229-756
tfe White City 11-13

0. Wester. 813 Marvin Ave. Sub-
scriber to Prentice-Hall Tax Guide.
Phone 227-8586 after 5:80 p.m.

in Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home--

C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Plumbipg and
Electrical Contractor
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'
companions welcome.
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legiod-
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.


Mrs. 0. C. Hammond Elected President

Of Port St. Joe Garden Club Thursday

The Port St. Joe Garden Club is also provided for school lunch-
met at the Garden Center on es for homeless and displaced chil- '
Thursday, April 9 with Mrs. Dave dren. After her talk a donation was
Jones and Mrs. Durell Sykes as taken with each member contribu4-
hostesses. e ing what they wished. A nice sum
Officers elected to serve during was given and designated for
1970-71 were President, Mrs. 0. C. school lunches and seeds.
Hammond: first vice-president Mrs. Mrs. Milton Chafin spoke onee
E. T. Ford; second vice-president, o anti-litter campaign and her plan
Mrs. Durell Sykes; secretary, Mrs. for conducting a poster contest
Robert Faliski and treasurer, Mrs. ih certain grades in the ele-
Dudley Vaughn. mentar schools. Prizes will be
Mrs. Vaughn read a most inter- given for the three posters that tell
testingg paper on world gardening, the best story.
The purposes of the program,,
I which is to help people in war-torn Mrs. 0. C. Hammond presented
countries to help themselves, by an. interesting program on the cul-
spnding seeds, tools and small live- ture of African violets. Beautiful
stock such as pigs, chickens and specimen plants were shown by
rabbits, which enable them to grow Mrs. G. S. Croxton and Miss Ger-
part of the food they need. Money, trude Boyer. Both plants were of
---- exceptional quality. Many ideas
Langston, Geotge Williams, Bud- were exchanged as to the best me-
dy Boyette and Greg Knox. thod of culture. Leaves were giv-
The coaches selected Jaies en tlo those who wanted to root
McGee as the best rebounder for them and so increase their collec-
the season. McGee was also se- tion.
elected unanimously by his team- One guest, Miss Gertrude Boyer,
mates as the most valuable play- was present. 'A
er. He was also chosen to the Big Plans were discussed for, :the
Bend, Conference, District and program on Japanese flower ar- -
State all-star teams. ranging to be presented by Mrs.
Ronald Gaffney received the Roy Payne'at the Garden Center
trophy for the best shooting per- on Thursday, April 23. Anyone in
centage of the season. He'shot terested may attend., Ticketsiare,
60%. L available from any Garden Club
Norris. Langston was the re- member. /
cipient of 'the most improved '.
player award. "INES
Following a steak dinner, the PINES
athletes and their guests were Stand Tall
entertained by a short talk bytand all
Coach Jack Jackson of Gulf 'In Florida's'
Coast Junior College developing
the subject, "Proper State of I Future!


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