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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1970
Schools Crank Up Tuesday
First Year of Full Integration for 'Port St. Joe Schools
I Open House Being Held Sunday Afternoon for Port St. Joe's New School
Port St. Joe High School Zack
Wut;lic:has made plans for an
"Op house" at the new Port
St. Joe, High School Sunday af-
After a week delay waiting for
furnishings to be installed and'
parking areas to be paved at the
new Port St. Joe High School,
schools will open Tuesday,' Sep-
tember 8. Schools in Wewahitch-
ka opened Monday of this week.
.High School principal,: Zack
Wuthrich' says it appears, the
school will open with about
1,050 :students, which includes
all the former Washington High
School pupils. Wuthrich sai. the
double h urden .of opening a
new school, and combining two
school' together is bound to
cause sme confusion the. first
few days, but that planning has
been made to try and keep the
program for Port St. Joe students
5,046 Registered to Vote On Sept. 8
Records in the office of Mrs.
Dessie Lee Parker, Supervisor of
Elections show that 4,957 Demo-
crats,.V Republicans and'11 in-
dependdents are tegisterqd and
eligible to cast votes in the Sep-
tember 8 primaries hdre, 4( Gulf
County next Tuesday. Tis is
with the exception of the 11 in-
dependents who must wait until
November 3 to vote for. their
The Supervisor's records show
that this'-is.' ad increase of 265
Democrats, 21 Republicai. and
four'independents over..the last
primary election two years, ago.
Altdou'i activity has.,been .a,.,
little duLduring the hotw.eks'
of' capaipkning, only on,-19al
See, Sample Ballots -on page
8 'of this issue.
office has no opposition-7that of
Judge of the Small Claims
Court. Judge Roy Irwin is un-
opposed in his bid for re-electiop. .
Politicians Will Talk
To You Saturday
Voters in the Port St. Joe area
will'have, a chance to hear aql
fhe local.,Democratic candidates
appearing on Tuesday's ballot on
The candidates will appear and
speak in a rally sponsored by the
Gulf County Democratic Commit-
tee at 4:00 p.m. -
The big rally will be held on
Reid Avenue next to the City
Everyone is invited to attend
and hear what the candidates
have to say.
Jaycees Serving Fish
Dinners at Rally
The Port St. Joe Jaycees, in
an effort to raise money to car-
ry out their many community
projects will be selling fish din-
ners on Saturday, September 5
downtown by the City Hall at
the political rally. The Jaycees
will sell plates for $1.00 and will'
begin serving at 12:00 noon and
will serve throughout the rally.
You may purchase a ticket
from the Jaycees or at the fish
Tote Board Will Give
Election Count Tues.
Tuesday, September 8, the
Port St. Joe Jaycees will have
their tote board at the City Hall
on Fifth Street. The Jaycees will
ppst local returns as they come
in for local and state candidates.
Everyone is invited to come:
by the City Hall and watch, as
the Jaycees keep you informed
of election results.'
Comtislon Race Hottffst.
As 'could be expected, the,
most hotly contested race (and
the .mokt crowded) is' that of
County, Commissioner from Dis-
trict 2. Incumbent James G. Mc-
Daniell 'elected not to seek re-
electio6 add four hopefuls have
entered the campaign to seek
election to the vacated seat.
Out of the five county offices
, up for grabs through the pri-
maries, three ballots will be fi-
nal Tuesday with only two can-
. didates seeking election in each
of the three offices.
In. the. four-way- Commission,
-.coqgst, Lamar Davis,. Jin*py H.
Helms, 'Alvin. A. McGlon a'id
Forest A.'"Revell are contesting
for the district seat which ed-
Richards Heading Up
New State Office
State Education' Commissioner
Floyd' T. Christian will head a
delegation of ,. top educational
leaders-who will be in attendance
at Open House for the Depart-
ment' of Education Regional Cen-
ter at 1316 Harrison Avenue Fri-
day from 4 to 8 p.m.
The Regional Center which is
a move to carry the services of
the Department of Education clo-
ser to the needs of ,the school
districts was established in July
and 'is headed by Hubert Rich-
ards as director. Richards has
been a general consultant for
this area for a number of years.
Tlp.new facility will serve all
Northwest Florida from Taylor
County to the east to Escambia
on the west.
.compasses part of 'Wewahitchka
and East. including the area be-.
tween Highway 71 to the Bay
county line. .
In Couttity Commission District
4, which is located -in Port-.St.
Joe, eight year veteran Walter
Graham faces opposition from
M. B. (Bob) Phillips, local truck-
ihlg contractor. ,
For School Board, District One,
Wewahitchka, incumbent -Wil-
liam Roemer, Sr.~ has his twelve
year, tenure challenged by Har-'
old ,D. Biggs, an employee of St.
Joe Paper Company and Dqnny
C. Brogdon, a brakeman n ithe
Apalachicola Northern Railroad.
Roemer defeated Brogdon's fa-.
tber for the post 12 years ago.
Kenneth Whitfield, who was
appointed to fill the unexpired
'term f6 his father. 11 years ago
,'faces 'his 'first opposition to re-
Selection to the post of School
Board M!ember in District Two,
also located in 'Wewahitchka.
' Hardware merchant Claude E.
Lister, Jr., is making his first
bid in Gulf County politics fac-
Gene. Raffield is completing
his first. term on the 'School
Board from District Five, Port
St. Joe and is opposed by R. C.
Lewis. Lewis is an employee of
St. Joe Paper Company and is
another newcomer to Gulf
More Voting Machines,
: Gulf County has used voting
machines in more populated pre-
cincts for two primaries now, but
Tuesday will see the machines
being used in every one of the
11 precincts except two. Dalkeith
and Overstreet precincts will still
use paper ballots.
Fifteen voting machines will'
be dispersed. among the other'
nine precincts with, precincts 1,
2, 8, 9, 10 and 11.using two mat-
chines :and precincts 7, 6 and 5
each, having one; machine.
- ;.- Polling P gcs s
* Electors. will cast. their bai-
lots in the following locations:
Precinct 'One, Wewahitchka
Precinct Two, Old Courthouse,
Precinct Three, :Crutchfield
Precinct Four, O ver street
Precinct Five,. Highland View
'Fire Station. .
Precinct Six, White City Fire'
Precinct. 7, Hannon Beach Cot-
tage; St. Joe Beach.
Precinct Eight, Port St. Joe'
Precinct Nine, Stac House,
Port St. Joe.
Precinct Ten, Scout House,
Port St. Joe.
Precinct Eleven, Centennial
Building, Port St. Joe.
this year, in the new four subject
vocational educational depart-
ment which is headed by Lamar
Thedepartment will offer sec-
retarial. 'and business training,
auto. mechanics, wood-working
and carpentry and electronics.
The' school will begin classes
with a full faculty..
Port St. Joe Elementary
Port St. Joe Elementary School
is expected to open its- doQrs" at
the old high school .site with -ap-'
proximately 835 pupils, according
to principal Harry Herringtont
The school is planning "visita-
tion day" tomorrow so that chil-
dren and parents may find their
rooms and teachers to which
they have been assigned. Names
of students will be posted on
the doors ,Of their rooms. If a
pupil does not find. ,his name
posted he should report to the
office for assignment.
Tuesday, 'elementary school
will begin at 9:00 a.m. and dis-
miss at 2:30 for grades three,
four, five and' six. Kindergarten
through second pupils will be
dismissed at 1:00 p.m. ,
Kindergarten classes and two
special educational; units will
hold classes at the bold eleien-
tary school in the miniddle build-
Highland View Elementary'
Highland View principal How-
ard Blick says he expects 285W
students to show up for classes
,at his school on Tuesday morn-
The Highland View school will'
have the same class hours as the
Port St. Joe Elementary and is
also operating the orientation
day on Friday, so pupils can lo-
cate their rooms ahead of time.
In addition, the Highland View
school will operate an introduc-
tion program tomorrow morning
at 9:00 a.m. for kindergarten pu-
-pils who will attend the school.
Citizens to Air
A bi-racial committee will meet
Saturday to organize in order to
reason together and promote
better understanding between
the races here in the Port St.
Joe area. The committee is be-
ing formed to help lessen the
misunderstandings and confusion
which is bound to arise in this
year of leaping into full school
integration in South Gulf Coun-
Representing the white point
of view on the committee will
be Rev. Millard Spikes Troy
Jones, Ted Whitfield and Mrs.
i Mary Lou Rhames from the- Port
St. Joe area and David Carl Gas-
kin of Wewahitchka.,
Representing the Negro popu-
lation of Gulf County will be
Rev. Otis Stallworth, Jimmy Fra-
zier, Chester Gant and Mrs. Doro-
thy Daniell from Port St. Joe
and Rev. J. R. Bowers of Wewa-
Ciy Gives K for Water and Sewer
Hook up for Oak Grove District
'Water and sewer service for
Oak Grove took a giant step to-
ward realization in the near fu-
ture Tuesday night, when the
City Commission decided to give
the District guarantees of deliv-
ery of treated water and iaccept-
ance of sewage., The guarantee
is needed, according to Max W.
.Kilb6urn, County engineer, so,
federal agencies who- are lend-
ing money for the project to
have some sort of guarantee that
the area can receive the services
Kilbourn told the Board Tues-
day night that'he and the county
were aware that go many agen-
cies being tied into the new wa-
ter and sewer mains to the new
high school areas 'delays things,
but the County and Oak Grove
needed assurance now that the
services would be provided and
at what cost.
The City Board decided to give
the County a -document stating
the intent to provide the services
at a price agreed on between the
City and the County, with the
Oak Grove Water District to "Tie
on to the City's 'services wher-
ever necessary". This last phrase
allows the project to move ahead
without waiting on other parties
to reach final agreement .in the
As it stands now, Ward Ridge
will pay for 15% of the trunk
line installation costs, the Oak
Grove 'Water and Sewer District
42%% and the Gulf County
School Board 42 %. The School
Board had recently agreed 'to
the percentages, but nothing has
been put down on paper with sig-
As Kilbourn explained, the'
District needs to move ,nbw in
order to take advantage' of .fed-
eral money available this year.
A second agreement in which
the City is embroile d was delay-
'ed Tuesday when S M Corpora-
tion, whibh operates the Glidden-
Durkee Division here in Port St.,,
Joe wanted a clarification of the
responsibilities of their firm in
the proposed waste disposal sys-
tem here designed for domestic
and commercial use.
SCM's attorney, John Shepard
of Cleveland, Ohio, said the firm
didn't wish to get into the sew-
age business; neither did they
wish to get tied up for capital
outlay responsibility for a long
period of time, since they only
leased their site and could, feas-.
ibly evicted sometime in the fu-
ture. "We certainly wouldn't
Bob Sikes Speaks to
Combined Civic 'Clubs s,
Congresman Bob Sikes, the
"He-Coon" of West Florida and
the dean of the Florida delega-
tion to Congress paid a "non-
political" visit to Port. St. Joe's
civic clubs Tuesday at noon in
a dinner meeting held at But-
Sikes went over the. record
of Congress for the past year
listing the actions he was pleas-
ed .with and those he was not
in agreement with.
Sikes was particularly perturb-
ed with the House of Represen-
tatives for approving President
Nixon's "guaranteed income"' bill
He expressed- a desire that the
Senate would amend or kill the
bill. In his. words, he described
the bill as "a very dangerous
thing" to put off on the American
Sikes took the Supreme Court
to task for making laws rather
than interpreting stating that "I
think that some of the old men
onzthe court are senile and allow
their opinions to 'be written by
young ambitious young law
The Congressman was especial-
ly critical of 'civil disobedience
and the rising crime rate. "Con-
gress has' enacted, good laws to
combat this menace", he said,
"but cannot enforce them. It is
up to our law enforcement peo-
ple and especially college admin-
istrators to see that the law is
The Congressman pointed out
that "we cannot afford to let
our defenses be weakened".
"Despite it all", Sikes said, "I
believe in America and I believe
we are making progress. It's
time we take a pause and count
our blessings for being an Amer-
It was strictly all "non-political" at Butler's
Restaurant Monday at noon when Port St. Joe
civic clubs met together with Congressman Bob
Sikes as the featured speaker. Sikes is being
welcomed by Frank Hannon, shaking Sikes' hand,
while Sid Brown, Tom Coldewey and Bill Simmons
far right, await their turn.
want to be responsible for paying
for something we wouldn't be
using", Shepherd said.
ShepherdM presented a tenta-
tive agreement from Glidden-
Durkee -which stated the firm
could go along with the agree-
ment it reasonable operating
costs were assured; if Glidden
wouldn't be involved in capital
expenditure; if they were charg-
ed on a pro-rata share for ser-
vice and if they would leave the
system with 60 days notice. It
was this last statement' which.
instigated the balk by the City.
Some c a p i tal expenditures
have already been incurred to
the tune of $14,000 for prelim-
inary planning which must be
done before any funding is ar-
ranged for. On a percentage ba-
sis, Glidden-Durkee is responsi-
ble for about 1.6% of 'this
amount, the City for 1.9% and St.
Joe Paper Company for the re-
mainder. All expenditures would
be reimbursed when financial
arrangements are made.
Shepherd said he would pre-
sent this information to his firm
and be back in touch with the
City before the end of the week.
He stressed the fact that his
fiim wished to cooperate in the
venture which would save every-
one concerned money, but htat
their position must be protected
Several bids were received at
the meeting with one bid being
turned down. Mayor Frank Pate
asked that tire bids be rejected
and re-advertised since the only
bid received was from his firm.
J. Lamar Miller, Agent was
the successful bidder for the
City's gasoline, oil and grease
Hannon Insurance Agency was
the only bidder on the City's in-
surance business and was award-
ed the insurance business.
Golden Bear Oil Company of
Bakersfield, Calif., was the low
bidder to provide 10,000 gallons
of paving material for the paving.
of the Avenue "A" extension
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ternoon. The school will be open Wuthrich said several students Wuthrich offers an invitation
between 100 and 5:00 p.m. for who are familiar with the build- for everyone to come, look- at
the public to come inspect the ing, will be present to show vis- the most modern high school in
new building. itors around. this part of the, United States.
ri u SMI
THE STAR, Port St. Jo*, Fla.3246 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1970.
S Ittook all summer long, to ,do it, but with election
day only a scant five days away, interest in the contest
is growing by leaps and bounds. In the hot days of July
and most of August, one heard only a scant word or two
about the election. 'Now it is finally the topic of conver-
The candidates have said their bit and their opposi-
ti9on has made know the undesirable traits of their oppo-
L nents, so we ought'to be well versed in how to cast our
*vote by now.,
After listening to the speeches, reading and sifting
"the stitemens," we here at The Star have made up our
,mind how we will vote come next Tuesday.
Aiid 6 re'll tell y6u how we'll mark the ballot. Of
course we will dwell only with the Democratic contests
since the Republican primary still draws only scant atten-
tion here in primarily Democratic Gulf County. That does
not mean terye ~s no interest inthe state-wide balloting
in the minor parties' primary, however.
Voting the Democratic ticket, we will cast our ballot
F United States Senator, -we will have to go with
former Governor' Farris Bryant. We believe he is the
most stable of the five running with good moderate think-
ing as an attribute. His experience'in State government
and oni the national level help us to choose him for exper-
ience as well as his moderation.
For Representative in Congress we will again go for
Bob Sikes. We weighed this one thoughtfully. It's true
Sikes hasn't paid much attention. to Gulf County in recent
years,, but we're not sure his opponent would either since,
after all, the votes are in, several more populous counties.
True Sikes hasn't made national- headlines in Congress
but neither have many other able -Congressmen. We'll
go along with Sikes experience and his seniority in Con-
,. .. .... ... -.- ; : ,. !
SJudge Hal P. Delle will get our nod for the Justice of
:" ',the 'Ste Supreme Court. Dekle is the only man in the
race with judicial experience We consider such exper-
ience necessary, even mantory, for a Supreme Court Jus-
; / .
For Governor and Lt. Governor, we'll push down the
lever for 'Earl Faircloth andr George Tapper. The main
reason for this being that Tapper is from Port St. Joe and
we feel Gulf County will fare better from this team than
any other team running. If you think this is a selfish
reason One must remember that every candidate-cam-
paigns on the theme of what he can or will do for the
specific area inxhbich he is campaigning. We need a voice
in Tallahassee for a change who knows that Gulf County
and its 10,000 people (to heck with the census count) still
live in Florida and deserve some attention. We feel that'
Gulf County and Northwst Florida needs George Tapper'
Too LateTo Classify
By Russell Kay
Fed up with senseless vanda- found the law most effective ii
lism and general delinquency on stopping wanton vandalism an
the part of youngsters, the com- juvenile crime in the community
munity of Madison Heights, Mich. It worked so well in fact, tha
passed a city ordinance making the number of such offense
the parents legally responsible dropped 50 per cent.
Sao loss or damage caused by Youngsters, whose parents hae
their children. failed to curb their infringement
The law applies to any parent of property rights or hold then
of a juvenile offender brought responsible for such senseles
before the court for a second acts as vandalizing school proper
time within a period of one year. ty, smashing street lights, throw
Police and school officials ing rocks at passing cars or comn
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Pr'of
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
a. POSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
I" PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
'Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVERTISERS .-In case of error or ommisslons In advertisements, the publiheir
do not hold themselves 'liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts: the printed word thoroughly con-
inces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
as its Lieutenant Governor.
For Secretary of State we will go for Stan Tait. Tait
has worked as an administrative assistant in the Secre-
.tary's office for several ybars and is very familiar with
the operation of that office. We will go for experience.
Elmer Friday gets our support for Attorney General.
Friday has long been known as one of the most knoweldg-
able Senators in the State of Florida concerning state law
and its interpretation. We feel he will make the best At-
-torney General of those running.
Browardc Williams deserves another term as State
Treasurer to see what he can do now that the controversial
"California Plan" has been sent back to California. This
plan was adopted by the Legislature and then hung around
SWilliams' neck. We'll vote for him Tuesday.'
For Commissioner, Florida. Public Service Commis-
. sion we'll vote for Wilson Wright. Wright has been in
state government as a legal officer for many years. The
Public Service Commission is a very important office in
our state and deserves a legal mind and one who has
more than a little knowledge about the duties, powers and
limits of the ofifce. We feel Wright is the man.
Port St; Joe attorney William J. Rish will get our
nod for Member, House of Representatives of the Eighth
District. Rish is a smart, energetic young man and can
fill the job well. On top of all that, he, resides in Gulf
County and we feel can balance the big city-little city rep-
resentative team coming from this three county area. We
do not feel that both representatives should be from the
larger Panama City area nor from the smaller, Gulf and
Calhoun county areas. Rish, we feel, will give the two
smaller counties the voice they need and deserve as well
as be capable of representing the larger Bay County.
In the other Representative race, we will stick with
Joe Chapman. Any representative is boUnd to earn ene-
mes-after a' ijerm in office. Therei' ~ o such thing as
pleasing everyone all the time. By'fahd large, we feel
that Chapman has represented this three county area well
and we believe he will continue to do so. We can see no rea-
son strong enough to make a change.
If you think we are going to go any farther on the
ballot and get into the strictly home town races, you're
crazier than you think we are.
This is how we will vote. We urge you to vote just
as you want to, whether or not you can go along with our
thinking.. That way we will have the man in office who
will please most of the people, not just a small percentage.
Just vote; that's all we ask.
miting other unlawful acts, did-
n't relish the idea of being re-
quired to appear in municipal
court to answer such charges.
They began to apply old fash-
ioned methods of punishing of-
A survey of the parents of the
community indicated that they
felt \the law was a good thing.
Some even termed it a blessing,
since it caused them to concern
themselves with and what they
were doing .
Some admitted that they lhad
been altogether too lenient. The
law provided a leverage in deal-
ing with wayward kids. Law a-
biding citizens who have observ-
ed their responsibility in seeing
to it that their children behaved
properly breathed a high of re-
Much' of our difficulty in the
matter of juvenile deliquency to-
day can be traced directly to the
failure of parents to assume their
responsibility. Children need and
want parental guidance. If mo-
ther and father don't care, why
The hardened criminal of to-
morrow is the undisplined child
of today. If more communities
would follow the lead of Madi-
son Heights I am sure they could
find their towns better places
in which to live.
Millions of dollars worth of
private and public property is
destroyed by vandalism in'this
country every year, most of it
by youngsters who think it is fun
to destroy somebody's mail box,
slash somebody's tires, break in-
to a school house, deface bladk
boards with four-letter words,
throw supplies about and raise
Aside from the personal loss
to wronged individuals, the tax-
payers must pay for such dam-
age through higher taxes.
Making excuses for delinquents
on the grounds that they are just
kids, don't really mean any harm
, ... VOTE FOR and ELECT
R. -C. Lewis
from District Five
Democratic Primary, September 8
Yaor Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
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-1 cup mayonnaise or cooked sa-
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% cup maraschino cherries,
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or were led astray, is nonsense.
Properly trained, disciplined and
guided at home they would not
indulge in such practices. It is
right and fitting that parents
should be lawfully responsible
for their acts, required to pay
for such damage or serve jail
Allowing youngsters to "do
their thing" may be alright but
we should make sure that the
"thing" they do is t h e right
With $10.00 Order or More
It was at least 15 minutes after he took the speaker's stand ,
before George could talk with any semblance to his old self again.
He was touched and he admitted it. When he did regain his com-
posure, it was the old George Tapper, and he waded in with both
feet-as is his custom-to give the opposition down the country
and give out with several iron-clad reasons why his team should
occupy the Governor's chair for the next four years.
The whole point of the evening was to bolster up Tapper and
re-charge him for his campaign duties. But it didn't work that
way. Tapper set out to tell the audience how the Faircloth-Tapper
team stood in the state, reporting that all polls (even those of the
opposition camp) put them well in front of the pack with nearly
'50% of the total Democratic vote. This, of course, spurred the Tap.
per supporters on and so, rather than receiving backing and support
Tapper gave backing and support to his West Florida workers.
There was no doubt that every one of the people present were
solidly behind the Port St. Joe businessman. One heard remarks
such as: "George Tapper is still a young man. He could very well
be Governor of Florida after his term is up as Lieutenant Gover-
nor" and "George Tapper is a smarter man than Earl Faircloth. If
this team is elected, Tapper will be running the State of Florida-
As we said, the crowd was solidly behind George Tapper and
he was made well aware of it.
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IF YOU DON'T SEE IT. ASK FOR ITI
OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sept. 3, 4 and 5
mby WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Did you ever attend a $100 a plate dinner?
Neither had I, until Wednesday night, when I attended the*
one in Panama City given for George Tapper. Needless to say, I
didn't have to put out the $100 to go, or I would still be wondering
what a $100 a plate dinner tastes like, merely for lack of $100 to
find out. The "press" received complimentary tickets to the affair.
This particular $100 a plate dinner tasted much like the $4.95
dinner of "standing ribs of beef au juis" on the Seven Seas menu
-except that the gravy was a bit thicker and the salad greener.
Of course the $100 a plate dinner has many little frills that the $4.95
doesn't have unless you pay extra. There are the fancy dinner wines
which I don't partake of. I sat next to Charles Gaskin of Wewa-
hitchka and his father. Charlie noted "You don't hardly see such
a spectacle as this any more. Here's three teetotalers sitting all in
a row". Meaning me, he and his father.
I've known George Tapper for a long time, and that is the
first time I ever saw him "lose his cool". He really blew it when
he saw nearly 400 people who had shucked out $100 to attend a
dinner in his honor and heard the plaudits given him through tes-
timonials and the applause of those present. George, too, was cog-
nizant of the fact that many were there who could not really afford
to donate $100 to a political campaign. But they did because of
the man running and were present to testify to their support.
Owens Found Guilty On Lesser Charge
Lorezer Owens, 56-year-old The shooting followed a bas- head with his pistol. Owens then
SWewah a Negro,. was found ketball game ir Wewahitchka, in went to his car, removed a 30.06
Guilty p Circuit' C'dut here in which Owens' son, Richard, was rifle 'and opened fire on Glass,
Port St."Joe last Friday of at- ejected from the game for caus- according to testimony given.
empted manslaughter in con- ing a disturbance. Judge Warren Fitpatrck took
tio h 'a rifle attack .on Judge Warren Fitzpatrick took
na Glass, wewahitchka p- Young wens was i put the witness stand to testify to
n oa the 'wahite" g arm b ......
.Owens had. been charged on
| .charge, of assault with intent
to 'commit murder in the first
degree, but the jury ruled the
lesser verdict after a two-hour
. Cirut, Judge John Hodges of
Hillsbrough County tried the
case, e udge Warren Fitz-
patri# judge .for this circuit,
was 'an eye witness in the case
and so was disqualified.
principal Harrel Holloway. When
he returned, Holloway summon-
ed Chief Glass to eject him. As
Glass was putting' the boy out-
side, a scuffle erupted with the
senior Owens getting involved.
Glass testified Thursday- that
the elder Owens grabbed him by
the arm, "spinning him around"
while the young Owens ran.
Glass pursued the youth after
hitting the accused over the
the events as did David Carl Gas-
kin, a Wewahitchka. attorney.
Both were standing near the
scene and witnessed the activity.
One of Owens shots struck
Glass in the right arm.
Owens' a t orney, Theodore
Bowers, was successful in de-
laying sentencing until a pre-
sentence investigation could be
fHE STA", Pert St, Joe, I-a. 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1970 rAGE THLE'
LLA N' aAT
ALL SPRING and SUMMER
Merchandise REDUCED to
LiHISH TO S 'Rotory Club of New
Gulf County Supervisor William ing construction and cabinet mak>
iL t i t ld th R t Cl b f ing and electronics which Will ive
sity of Florida and Gulf County Board of County Com- a new educational program being instruction in basic electronics and
(Florida Cooperative Extension Service bf the,.Untver-
missioners cooperating) introduced to the Port St. Joe High electricity.
School curriculum this year. Speak- The new vocation l Program is
ing at the club's regular meeting under the newvocationOl t ram
;OUTHERN CORN LEAF their seed as to the type of cyto- last Thursday at noon, Linton said un, ho h handled the iveri-
BLIGHT plasm so farmers will be able to a four Part vocational educational ed Cooperative Trainin g program
This fungus disease has serious- select blight-tolerant corn. program is being introduced in the since its inception several years
ly reduced corn yields in Florida Since the 1971 supply of N-type school offering for the first time. ago. Linton said that all courses
and other Souhteastern states and cytoplasm hybrid seed will be suf- Linton said that the program is are being taught by instructors
threatens to devastate the corn ficient to plant less than one third originally set up by the Federal who have had at least three years
crop in the midwestern corn belt. of the corn acreage, the corn pro- Government, with original equip- practical experience in the trade
It develops rapidly on susceptible ducer must consider other alterna- ment and teaching tools being fur- as well as an intensive course in-
varieties during extended periods tives. Corn and other grain prices nished by the Government. "We how to impart their knowledge to
of high rainfall and hot humid wea- are expected to fluctuate widely haven't had room for the program the student. Linton said he felt
their conditions, and growers should obtain the best before", Linton said, "but the new all four courses would be taught
Corn hybrids most seriously af- estimates possible on grain prices high school has a large vocational by very competent people.
fected by this disease were produc- before selecting an alternative, educational department which can Guestf the club was Buck
ed by using the T-type male sterile 1. An alternative is to plant hy- be utilized for the program. Guest of the club was Buck
cytoplasm. Yields of hybrids with brid seeds with T-type cytoplasm Chauncey of Apalachicola.
N-type cytoplasm, referred to\ as which are susceptible, chancing The four areas of vocational -.V.
hand-detasseled, were not signifi- drastic yield reductions again next raining being offered at the school CARD OF THANKS
cantly reduced. year include vocational office education, We wish to thank the people of
The outlook is not bright for the 2. Another alternative is to to train clerks, typists and stenog- Port St. Joe for the flowers, food
possibilities for corn production plant seed saved from hybrids raphers; auto mechanics, offering and many acts of kindness shown
next year. The fungus may over- which were resistant in 1970 with a two year course in welding and us during our recent bereavement.
winter on corn plant residues left a 15-30 percent yield reduction due auto and diesel repair; building THE FAMILY of
in the fields and will very likely to it being an F2 or second gener- trades including all phases of build- MARY E. DAVIS
be present early next eyar. ation seed. This should be consid- _
The most desirable practice for ered a "stop-gap" measure for 1971 to planting, the seed should be NOTE OF THANKS
1971 would be to plant seed of only. If farmers save their own tested for germination and plant- We wish to offer our thanks for
resistant hybrids which are those seed corn, they should be sure it ing rates adjusted to give the de- the expressions of sympathy both
with N-type cytoplasm, the sup- comes from resistant plants and sired plant population, in word and deed which we re-
plies of which will be limited, not merely from,fields that escap- ceived during. the recent sickness
Most estimates are that less than ed the disease. Special precautions Some open-pollinated varieties and death of our wife and mother,
30 percent of the hybrid seed corn in harvesting, drying and storing are resistant to the blight but usu- Mrs. Marie Rudd. The kindness
available for the 1971 season will will be required. Insects could be ally yield less than hybrids. If seed of our friends and neighbors was
be with 1N-type cytoplasm. A move- a serious problem in the stored is available, such varieties may be most appreciated.
ment is underway to require hy- corn and should be controlled. Prior' a good bet for 1971. The Lloyd Rudd Family
brid seed corn companies to label "
Place your back to school Orders
All Display Merchandise In Our Store Is Available for
Order Now On Our Store Lay-Away Plan
410 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
order by phone
OUR ENTIRE STOCK of LADIES and CHILDREN'S SHORTS, SWIMWEAR, DRESSES, SANDALS,
PANT DRESSES, WHITE 'DRESS SHOES, LADIES SUMMER PURSES.
ON OUR MEN'S and BOYS' FLOOR YOU'LL FIND: Men's and Boys' WALK SHORTS, SPORT
SHIRTS, SWIMWEAR, Summer PAJAMAS, Summer 'SLACKS, One Special Group of Men's and
Boy's SHOES (LOAFERS and OXFORDS), Men's STRAW HATS, Western and Dress.
$1.00 plus tax WILL HOLD YOUR FALL PURCHASE IN LAY-AWAY for 30 DAYS
. Two Each
FREE TRANSISTOR RADIOS to be given away Friday and Saturday. .
FR E Day Be sure to come by and register for these free gifts!
SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS:
"DID YOU KNOW THAT THE COST OF STATE GOV-
ERNMENT HAS INCREASED 53% FROM $1,203,-
977,000 TO $1,846,790,000 IN THE LAST FOUR
"PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
suSHINE LEWIS SAYS:
"DID YOUR SALARY INCREASE 1,000 PCT. LAST
YEAR? YOUR REPRESENTATIVES' DID!"
'PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
SUNSHINE LEWIS- SAYS:
"DID YOU HAVE A SAY AS TO HOW YOUR REP-
"PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS:
"YOU CAN TALK TO ME I'LL BE YOUR REPRE-
"PUT SUNSHINE IN GOVERNMENT"
L. D. 'SUNSHINE' LEWIS
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIST, 88
A WEST FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE
COUNTY EXTENSION DIRECTOR
Broward'. Willa s
TREASURER OF FLORIDA
the'man who knows the job.,
"Paid for by the Broward Wil I liams Campaign Fund". D EM O C RAT
THE STAR, Pot St.oe, JFt3245M THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3;1970
Gida Lee Gilbert and Larry
Wayne Branch Repeat Vows
The First Presbyterian Church
: of Prt St. Joe was the setting
for the marriage of Miss Gida
Lee Gilbert and. Larry Wayne
Branch o% Augist 22 at 4:00
p.m. with the" Reverend Robert
(ary officiating at, the double
ring ceremony. '
The bride is the daughter of
.Mrs. W.'P. Gilbert and the late
P. Gilbert of Port St. Joe.
'e groom is the son of Mr. and
IT rs. W. J. Branch also of Port .
St Joe. 'I
S" : The sanctuary of.0eh01rch ,
', was decorated with seven,'b ch ;-
S" cndelabras. forming an arch
'" ith floor baskets of lhte: bri-
ddl flowers at each end. covy,
ered; screens were each side
of the platform formiin a back-
ground. Magnolia leaves centered
'Vwfth magknolina blossoms were
placed .in each window., Family
S.pews were marked with wedding.
bells and pearl-grape clusters in
'' te middle of white satin ribbons.
', Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, organ- :
1V,' lst, and Miss Kathy Lumley, solo-
I' + .- At- 1.. .fn th 4
67 Years Together,
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brinson of Port St. Joe observed their 67th
wedding anniversary Monday, August 31. Members of the Brinson's
family enjoyed coffee and cake during the afternoon in observance
of the occasion.
Both of the Brinsons manage for themselves, but Mrs. Brinson
is recovering from a recent stay in the Municipal Hospital due to
The Brinsons make their home at 517 Tenth Atreet.
SMRS. LARRY WAYNE BRANCH
Ssi, proadeu me music or ,e u z J ,o
wedding Mrs. Tomlinson played ed hat and carried a parasol of ceremony. Mrs. John Bussman of
traditional wedding selections., sheered. organdy draped. with a Tallahassee, sister of the bride,
Kathy'Lumley sang, "With This floral arrangement of miniature kept the bride's book. The punch
Ring I Thee Wed" and "I Love mixed colored flowers accented table was presided over by the
*Thee" prior to the ceremony with white ribbon, tiny streamers Misses Shirley Foster, Charlotte
and as the couple knelt at the and love knots. George, Margaret Cannon and
Srie, dieti she sang, 'The Iord's ;s Dressed identical to the maid Debbie Van Tuinen. The table
Prayer*'. 'of honor were the bridesmaids was covered with a white mar-
Given in marriage by George Barbara Branch,, sister of the quisette cloth, appliqued and ed-
Wilkie Gilbert, the bride's bro- groom r nd Linda Rycroft. ged with lace. The bride's table,
their, the bride wore a floor Little Miss Wendy Hidalgo; which wascovered with a white
length original design, fashioned cousin of the bride,., served as, lace cloth', was 'centered with a
and created by her mother. The flower .girl and wore a floor r ure n e i
gown of white embroidered or- length dress identical' to the ed in turquoise and topped with
gandy: with val lace inserts fea- 'maid of hbnor and carried a min- white Satin bells:edged in pearls.
toured an'empire bodice tucked;, iature parasoL Willard Paul Gil- Th cakere wasith ivy anted mult
with val lace inserts, a:'r11 col- bert, brother of the bride was red ws
tlar and heer organdy sleeves ga- ring bearer. The candles for the p coloredflowers. Misses Judy
there into a deep cuff also with ceremony were lit by Victor Gil- Herring an4 Jean Maddox served
tucked val lace inserts. The skirt bert, brother of the bride, and at the table. The groom's cake
Swas bell shaped flowing into a Harold Branch of Wewahitphka, was surrounded by clusters of
full chapel length train. She uncle of the gropm. frosted grapes and was located
wore ia' chapel length' veil of. Jerry Branch of Columbus, under an arch entwined with ivy
French illusion attached to a Georgia, served his brother as and colored flowers. The groom's
crown., of pink roses, blue corn- best .man. Ushers were Ricky cakewas attended by Mrs. G. W.
flower yellow mums and white Thursby and George White. Gilbert, sister-in-law of the bride.
tuberoses. She carried an arni The bride's mother chose a Rice bags, were distributed by
bouquet of mixed garden flowers street length dress of .silvery Laurie Smith, Holly Graham and
'and greenery in'colors matching pink silk shantung wih a deep Patricia Lowery. Floor hostesses
her head piece. lacey ribboned yoke back and were, Mrs. Dave MaddQx, Mrs.
Miss Deda Gilbert, sister of matching accessories. The bride- Gene Raffield, s Mr. M. How-
the bride served as maid of hon-. groom's mother wore a deep tur- ell and Mrs. David Mims.
or. She wore a turquoise' blue quoise blue knit street length For traveling Mrs. Branch
floor length paisley printed voile dress with an elongated scallop- wore a light summer print suit
with white.striped gown featur- ed waistline with matching ac- of bonded knit, with a circular.
i'ng an empire bodice, narrow cessories. Both mothers wore a skirt and hip length jacket She
stand-up collar, full :sheer sleeves corsage of matching orchids. wore her mother's corsage.
gathered into wide cuffs with a The bride's mother entertain- F following a wedding trip to
bell shaped skirt.. She; wore a ed with a reception in the Metho- Fontana, Village, North Carolina,
-.white lacy-wo~ve, floppy brimm- dist Church Social Hall after the the couple plans to make their
home in 'Tallahassee, where they
/ are enrolled in college.
OLOR T ut of town guests who at-
/ j W f W *! tended the wedding included
Mrs. E. Hidalgo, grandmother of
Cii I AL the bride of Raceland, La., Mr.
S" -- and Mrs. W. E. Branch, grand-
tic Spanish tarlin parentss of the groom' of Wewa-
E ti StI JL y in hitchka, Mrs. Dorothy Starbuck
S.. e. of Los Angeles, California; Major
-. ............-.. and Mrs. Peter Hidalgo, Valerie,
-David and Wendy of Oxenhill,
.Maryland; Mr. andllahassee, Mrs.
/[ lgarde, Mr and Mrs. William C.
Model EP Nelson, Shelby, Tina a Natha
S Hlie, all of New Orleans, La.; Mr.
INSTA-OLOand Mrs. Wilkie Gilbert of
hassee; Mrs. A. P. Appleberg,
ustom control center Mrs. MGainesville; Mr. and, Mrs. John
REM F. Bussman of .Tallahassee, Mrs.
--- -------'Johnnie Walker of Donalsonville,
,.i~ i1i catador Branch of Columbus, Georgia;.
Slide rule tuning-UH Smithnger and Kathyan Leggitt, and
Md o B poED I ama City and Wi1 Ramsey, Jr.,
Hank Smith aWith of Maof Chattaomb Miss.;
Big 23" diagonal picture, 295 square inch view- Charlotte' George, David Trebel,
iA C a ueto .t.. ntShirley Foster, Ken Bryant, Lora
AFC...Automa~tidfine tuningcontrol Chapman, Bill Brant, Mr. and
INSTA-COLOR Mrs. MauricelFullerall ofTalla-
A-e Custom control center. 7 hassee; Mrs. A. P. Appleberg,
Mrs. Maude Miller, Mrs. Emma
Slide rule tuning-UHF Smith and Kathy Lumley of Pan-
0 '"Touch-Bae".power ama City and Will Ramsey, Jr.,
tuning With Trade of Chattahoochee.
COT-rols Trademark General Electilc Company
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It's Like Being At the Movies or Your
HERE'S THE COMPLETE OFFER:
Buy your General Electric Color TV from a participating
dealer and give it normal care. If you are not completely sat-
isfied, bring your Guarantee Certificate to the dealer from
whom you purchased the set within thirty days. He will take
back the set and refund your money.
Furniture and TV
S32 Reid Avenue Phone 229-3611
AuxiiIary Uives ITS
Thanks for Gifts
The Hospital Auxiliary Thrift
Shop offers its thanks for dona-
tions to the Thrift Shop during the
month of August.
Donations were received from:
Miss Minerva McLane, Mrs. Frank
McDonald, Mrs. Milton Chafin,
Mrs. W. D. Sykes, Mrs. Jean Atchi-
son, Mrs. Williston Chason, Mrs.
Bill Brown, Mrs. John Hanson and
Mrs. Paul Blount.
GARDEN CLUB SPONSORING
BAKE SALE SATURDAY
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will have a bake sale Saturday af.
ternoon during, the political rally
on Reid Avenue.
The two local chapters of Beta
Sigma Phi 'observed "Beginning
Day" on August 25 at the Florida
Power Lounge. This will serve as
the initial meeting for the new
year for both chapters.
The two presidents, Mary Agnes
Kilbourn of Eta Upsilon and Lyn-
da Sullivan of Xi Epsilon Kappa,
conducted a brief meeting with the
new members being introduced to
the membership. Preliminary plans
for projects were also discussed.
Decorations carried out the
theme for this year, "Light Many
Lamps" and refreshments and the
serving table bore the yellow ros-.
es :of Beta Sigma Phi. The host-
esses for the occasion were JoAnn
Wutlirich and Greta Freeman,.
Mr. and' Mrs. C. T. Givens, Jr.,
of Tallahassee: are proud to an-
nouncerthe.-arrival of their first
child, Dvid Brian Givens born Au -
gust 21'-fT n6mbther will be re-'
membered as the former Mary Ann
Miller bf Port St. Joe. Grandpar-
ents are Mrs. D. J. Miller of Port
St. Joe a~d Mrs. C. T. Givens, Sr.,
of Tallahassee. I
Miss Nelda Thomasine Gay
The' engagement of Miss Nelda
Thoniasine Gay to David Lyle
Stone, is announced by her par-
ents, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Lee Ham-
mond of March AFB, Calif.
,.:The parents. f the groom-
,elect are .Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Stone of Edgement, Calif. He
was graduated from Moreno Val-
ley High in 1970 and is employed
by Riverside County,
No wedding date has been set.
f^ ONLY CANDIDATE WITH .
JUDGE 13 YEARS since July, 1957. Circuit
Court of Dade Coulnty. Appellate Judge
by Supreme Court assignment.
MARIANNA, FLORIDA, born and reared 1917;
Marianna, Jackson County High School
SENIOR CITIZENS President, Home for Elderly,
Miami, Fla., 1960-1965.
(Pair for by committee to Elet Hal P. Dekle)
(Pair for by Committee to Elect Hal P. Dekle). ,
U j,-I IIII
S. because there's no time for on-the-job training!
UNITED STATES SENATE
The Best Equipped ... ---_
* Served Five Terms In State Legislature
* Governor for State of Florida from 1961 to 1965
SServed Nationally as Director of the Office of
* Well Known as a Fiscal Conservative
Pull Lever 1-D for
UNITED STATES SENATE DEMOCRAT
Gilbert Family Invades Gainesville
For Graduation of Wilkie from U. of F.
Mrs. W. P. Gilbert, daughter,I George Wilkie Gilbert, a grad-
Deda and sons Victor and Willard uate of Port St. Joe High School
Paul travelled to Gainesville Sat- in 1965 was awarded a Bachelor of:.
urday to attend the graduation of Building Construction degree from
George Wilkie Gilbert from the the college of Architecture and'
University of Florida. They were!Fine Arts. He will be associated
accompanied by Mrs. E. Hidalgo with E. M. Corson and Associates,7
of Raceland, La., and Mrs. Ethel Manufacturer's Representatives ini
Westbrook, grandmothers of the' Ventilation and Air Handlin
graduate. equipment in Fort Lauderdale. 1!
1. ~. ...- ---.,,..~ .. ... `~ I I~ r~
"S "- r
THE STAIR Port St. Jee. Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1970
e d b Sponsoring.,
, Handling Course
Gulf Rifle Club will spon-
.buwe for beginner rifle
ig'o September 15 at 7:00
t he~-Parish House. Six 2-
lasse-will be held for agesi
is an official NRA course.
o rnnation call Guerry, Mel-
SPORTSMAN'S rCLUB WILL,
,GATHER AT RIVER SITE:
The Gulf County Sportsmen's
Club will meet Saturday evening
at 7:30 p.m. EST, at the end of
the Dead Lakes Dam road at the
park on the banks of the Apala.-
Supper,, will be ,serv4. All
members and prospective, mem-
bers are urged to attend.
INVITATION TO BID
BID NO. 92
The City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, will
receive bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the City the following des-
.eribed 100 level blackwall tubeless
tires to ;be purchased as needed: ,
1. ,.8:25x15,-4 ply
2..124x28, 4 ply
3. 6;001l6, 4 ply -.
4. 8.25x20, 10 ply
WEEK END SPECIALS
Ground BEEF 3, $1.59
USIMA Good Beef 'IpA))Aood Beef
rBaiteStak ..- lb.$UKt9 wuckRoast -- Ib. 69c
USDA God Beetf -Fresh
Sirdoin Se0k --_-- lb. $.094 1ork Steak---.- lb. 55c
" USDA Good Beef. 'Fresh.
Roui Steak-,- b. 99C PkRast - lb. 49c
USDA Gbod Beef Sboulder End Gut
IRoundlRodt:,--.- lb. 79c Pork Chops ------- b. 49c
R o dl ..... o,-o-
PICNIC HAMS *b.39c
Georgia Trim- LIMIT 4 PLEASE ,
Whole Fryers lb. 25c
Georgia- Grade "A" Trellis- N. 303 Cans -
Smiall Eggs _3 doz. 89c Garden Peas -- 3 cans 39c1
With $10.00 Order Fresh
SUGAR -._ 10 lbs., 99c ,matoes _,l -b. 29c
Showboat --No. 2% cans .' Good, Ripe
Pork & Beans 4 cans 89c Bananas -lb. 12c
' '* :'"*- ; : .* ', ,'' I
3jkvtn'1u STREET, nIl
Grocery & Market
GIMLAND VIEW PIIONE 227-5877
5. 9:00x20o 10 ply
6. 7:00x16, 6 ply
7. 7:75x15, 4 ply
8. 8:15x15, 4 ply'
9. 7:50x17, ply
10. 13:00x24, 8 ply
11. 11:2x28, 4 ply
12. 11:00x20,,12 ply
13. 10:00x20, -12- ply
14. 8:00x16.5, 8 ply
15. 5:70/5:00x8,4. ply
16. 23x8:50712, 2 ply "
'All prices to include delivery to
Port St. Joe, Florida. Bids will be
received until 12:00 Noon EDT.;
September 15, 1970, at the office
of the City Clerk, Port St. Joe,.Flor-
ida. The City, Commission reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
C. W. BROCK 8-3
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
INVITATION TO BID
BID .NO. ,97B
Sealed Bids 'will be received by
the City Commission. of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, at its reg-
ular place of meeting in the Muni.
cipal Building in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, until 5:00 p.m., EDT, Septem-
ber 15, 1910, for' the'following des -- -_
cribed electric typewriter:
1. 1." carriage.,
2. Keybod-standard '_Ameri. '
cah 44-key, 88 character keyboard. 1
3. Type style to. be 10 pitch X. Fetd W i
4. Vertical line spacing-five
stage vertical spacing provides 1,
1%, 2, 2% and 3 line positions with ." an d
line retainer and push-button var- Mitch ,aidKim Rich, children J
able line spacer. of Mr. and!Mrs. David M. Rich, V
5. Automatic repeat actions- Sr., were honored with'a birthday M
space bar, back 'spacer, line spacer, party at the Lion's Club arena on
and hyphen, underline, cross-out Tuesday,'August 25.
(x). and .dot keys all,haive automa- Tuesday Augst 25. -
tic repeat action when fully depres- Cake, ice-eream and punch were' S
sed. served by their parents, Mrs. E. li
6. Machine control-at1tomatic
push-button margin setting and re-
setting with simple,one-hand oper-
ation Bottom margin control with Cub Pack Meets On
S7. Tabulation-push-button sin-
igle and repeat tabulation with one There will be a m, .ting. of Cub o
touch of tab bar. Total clear con- There will be a m ing of Cub o]
trol without carriage moVement. Pack 47 at 7:30 P.M., Thursday, ax
8. Personal touchgage-adjusts September .10 in the Elementary- b
key touch fromn'i ight (1.75 oz.) to School Cafeteria. Registration and t
heavy (3.60.5 oz.)`"by simple contrQl!Shli
wheel with keyboard. window indi- reorganization will be accomplish- b
cator. ed during' this' meeting .
9. Scale and indicators-co-or- la
dinated scale system on paper ta- Cub Scouts who are-re-registering
ble and paper bail, simplifies mar- are urged to. bring their parents.,
gin and tabulator stop setting, and It is necessary for parents of. new
,paper centering. 1 ,
10. Changeable platen--regular Cubs to attend.
platen for normal typing easily re- A registration fee of $1.00 is
placed 'by firmer platen for heavy- required 'for all Cub Scouts. The
duty' manifolding. .- i subscription cost of "Boy's Life"
11. Ribbon control-to be equip-
ped with both standard fabric and magazine at the time of registra-
carbon ribbon with selector but- tion is $2.00 for one year. Subscrip-
ton 'to change from fabric to car- tion at a later date or not through
bon ribbon by keyboard punching. the Pack may mean an increase in
12. Automatic paperr insertion
and paper ejection-paper injector- cost. .
elector for fast insertion and ejec- Any boy desiring to become a
tion. Cub must be at least eight years
i The City of Port St. Joe reserves :
the right to reject any br all bids
received. All quotes should be FOB _
Port St. Joe, Florida. KA ., _f IA. Jo
C. W. BROCK 9-3 I-buuII G. J lones
I City Auditor and Clerk 2t
I";.' .. T.ke -a D A lat,
y-> plus silverware basket
S detergent dispenser
new slim-line styling full-
size revolving spray arm
LIMITED TIME ONLY!
CyCIOS ^ 3 i
'SELF CLEANING FILTER .
THERMOSTATIC HOLD FOR
HOTTER FINAL RINSE *
GENTLE AND SUPER SPEEDS
St. JoeHardware Co.
203S EID AVENUE
a IU lenl UYvUl
1u11511 My wUn
Robert Gary Jones, age 78, of
Hiland Park passed' away Monday,
August 24 in Bay Memorial IIospi-
tal after a short illness,
|" Funeral services were held at
2:90 p.m. Wednesday at the Head-
land, Alabama Mortuary Chapel
with Rev. Robert Strickland, the
Rev. Ernest' M Andress and the
Rev. Millard Spikes of Port St.
,Joe officiating. Burial was in the
Headland: Methodist Cemetery.
Mr. Jones was a lifetime resident
of Headland, Alabama until mov-
ing to Panama City three years ago.
Survivors include one daughter,
Mrs. Virginia Strickland of Hiland
Park; one son, Will D. "Tiny"
Jones of, Port St. Joe; two bro-
thers, Wallace Jones df Montgom-
ery, Ala., and Foy Jones of Head-
land, Ala.; five grandchildren and
four great grandchildren.
. Rich, Mrs CHanmond,":Sr.,
[iss Jeri Rich, Miss,.:Tammy'iMc-
Killian and Mrs. Ma rha Pumphrey.
Those helping Mitch and Kim
elebrate were: Hal KIels, Tanya
mith, Inga Smith, Jim. Cbstin, Al-
son Costin, ,Leslie Costin; Carl-
ld or in the third grade at school
nd not older than 11. Parents may
e required to present proof of
he boy's age at registration. Please
rihg 'a, birth certificate, to. this
meeting to avoid unnecessary de.
iys or confusion.
ton Rich, Jake" Tankersley, Marvin
Sewell, Mary Lou Sewell, Brent
Scott, Tammy McMillian, Lee Mc-
VMillian, David Bray, Tim Beau-
champ, Tanya Pippin, Brenda
Beauchamp, Mike Rich, 'Tony Rich,
Billy Rich, Jeri Rich, George Rob-
erts, Larry Rich, Chris Hammond,
Donald Pumphrey, Timmy Puiph-
rey and Ronald Holsenback.
J. P. Fleishel formerly of this
city and Gladys M. Koch were mar-
ried Wednesday, August 26 in the
Presbyterian Church of Greenville,
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Costs Us Over A Million To
Florida taxpayers pay almost l Mai.ntenance Engineer Rolfe ick-1 unattractive," declared Secreta
million~ year to havelitter re-'ler1has reported to Mueller that Ed Mueller. "Now that the peop
moved from highways, according the Department's five districts re- of this nation are facing up
to Department of Transportation, qufre 157 men working approxi- the problems of pollution we ho:
Secretary Ed Mueller. mately,. 327,140, manhurs per that the highway litter problem
Each year 58,406,000 pounds of year to pickup Ultter will be, reduced."
litter are picked up on thd right- i.ter- .oa our highways is ex- Adults between the ages of
.of-waysi- of state roads. DOTS pensive, unhealthy, and decidedly and 35 litter three times as mu
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People of Gulf County
CHECK THAT RECORD
Voted Against the
Legislative Pay Raise and Voted to Uphold the
Voted NO' on the Cane Pole Bill
'Joined with other Conservative House Members to Fight and Defeat
Introduced A Bill to Increase Homestead Exemption to $10,000 for
our Citizens over Age 65 and our Disabled.
Voted NO to New Taxes and led the Floor Fight Against an Approp-
riations Bill that would have Increased Taxes
Sponsored Legislation to Stop Air and Water Pollution and Improve
Municipal Sewage Treatment.
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Remove Trash Not be Overloaded With Weight
ry as people over fifty and nearly In an attempt to keep the scenic Everyone's heard of the straw swamp, take this word of advice
ple twice as much as those in the 35- beauty of Florida's highways, the that broke the camel's back from boating safety experts: Don't
to 49 age bracket. Men litter twice Department of Transportation has Coast Guard Boating Safety De- attempt to swim to shore, for iti
pe as much as women. Factors de. placed 1,731 litter barrels on high. tachment of Mobile, Alabama, re- probably much father than
,m terming the amount of litering way right-of-ways and in road- minds boatmen 'that pleasure looks; stay with the boat mo.l
include age, sex, the time spent. side parks. craft too can be overloaded. Corn-Ipleasure. craft will stay afloat'-
21 out of doors, and te amount of mon sense demands that boat own- even when capsized of filled with
ch law enforcement. Because Florida's greatest ers make sure they know their water.
craft's capacity and never exceed COUNT POUNDS NOT P!O-
Florida Legislature has atithorizedit' COUNT POUNDS NOT
the Department of Air and Water PLE
Pollution Control, to conduct a It's very simple just check
"Litter 'Survey." The results of the manufacturer's capacity plate
.this survey will be used to deter- for his recommendation. If your Vote For and Elect
mine the extent and nature of the craft is one of the few without
litter problem in Florida and such a plate, your marine dealer
make recommendations for im- can advise you on your boat's
proving the law enforcement of safe weight limit.
the existing litter laws, and to in- If your \boat should capsize or
itiate and develop a program of ,
public education and information.
"The Department of Transporta. Additional Classes
tion will work closely with the For Adult School
Air and Water Pollution Control
Department in conducting this
survey-which will benefit all state Night art classes are being plan- I
agencies and the people of Flor- ned in the adult school program
ida," said Pat Dodson DOT'S Di- here in Port St. Joe according to
rector of Administration. Adult Institute director James Me-
-----+ Innis. Registration will be held for
tfhe ar-fourse in the Port St. Joe
Margaret Fendley Is High School art room Tue'sday, A
September 8 at 7:00 p.m. Mrs., Lila. DANNY C.
Radiation Technologist Brouillette will be the instructor.
Miss Margaret M. Fendley, Registration fo adult typing and BROGDON
daughter of Mr; aid Mrs. Pope bookkeeping classes will be held
Fendley of Port St. Joe, 'will re- on Tuesday and Thursday nights to the,
ceive her diploma Friday, Septem- of next week at 6:30 p.m. at the Gulf County
ber 4 from the Piedmont Hospital high school. Mclnnis said some in-
School of Radiologic Technology in terest has been expressde for short- School Board
Atlanta, Ga. hand classes.' He said the classes .
Miss Fendley, a 1968 graduate of will be provided if enough propec-
SvPort St. Joe High School held the tive students appear to register. Subject to the September
highest academic average of her Registration will be held next
Your Vote and Support Will
S I class during the entire two-year Thursday night at 6:30 for adult be Appreciated
course- at Piedmont. classes in electronics.
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port Sta Joe, Fla. 32454 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1970
July 7, 1970
The Gulf County School Board
met in regular session on the above
date., The following members were
present and acting: B. J. Rich, Sr.,
Chairman, Gene Raffield and J.
Board members Roemer and
Graham were absent.
The Superintendent was present.
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Board Member Whitfield.
The minutes of the regular meet-
ing of Jine 8, 1970 and special
meetings of June 9, and June 19,
1970 were read and approved as
read. : L. I :
r The Board made the following
decisions concerning instructional
personnel -at Wewahitchka High
School: accepted Mrs. Sara Jo Woo-
ten's resignation; accepted Coach
Clayton Wooten's resignation; pro-
moted Coach Larry Mathes from
assistant coach in football and bas-
ketball to head coach in football
and basketball; placed Mrs. Betty
Husband oh continuing contract;
appointed Travis Dykes Vocational
Agriculture teacher; appointed
Mrs. Shirley Acree as a special ed-
ucation teacher. Port St. Joe High
Slhool: granted Mrs. Sharon Wat-
son personal leave for the 1970-71
school year; appointed Charles Os-
borne as science teacher; appointed
Robert Burns as science teacher;
appointed Hugh Smith as electron-
ics instructor; appointed Mrs. Min-
nie Jones as special education tea-
cher; appointed Norton Kilbourn as
social studies teacher; appointed
Sammy Parker as auto mechanics
instructor; accepted Walter Wil-
der's resignation as principal, ef-
fective July 31, 1970. Highland
View Elementary: appointed Mrs.
Glenn Burns as teacher; appointed
Miss Michele Anchors as teacher;
.appointed Miss Patricia McIntyre
The Board awarded bids, for
stage curtains in Port St. Joe High
School commons area stage for $1,-
974.00, and on the coliseum area
stage for $2,295.00 to United Stage
Equipment Company, Inc. This
company was awarded the bid for
curtains on the Wewahitchka High
stage for $1,467.00.
New salary schedules for the
school year 1970-71 were adopted
for administrative, supervisory, in-
structional and non-instructional
personnel. Copies of these sched-
ules are on file in the Superinten-
dent's office. All personnel were
granted approximately a 5% in-
crease as a price of living raise.
The Board received bids for the
shrubbery for the St. Joe High
School site. The Board rejected all
bids. The shrubbery will be phased
as financial resources will allow.
The Superintendent presented a
breakdown of bus maintenance
costs per bus for the school year
1969-70. The total maintenance
costs in the Wewahitchka area was
$4,510.96. The total costs in the
Port St. Joe area were $5,035.25.
The Board received a proposal
for landscaping the Wewahitchka
site. This proposal was rejected.
The site will be developed in pha-
ses as determined by the Board.
The Board received a planting
plan and specifications for shrub-
bery at the St. Joe High site from
Sam Hand, Jr;, landscape archi.
tect. These plans were filed for fu-
The Board read a letter from
Edwin Williams listing two band
instruments that were lost or sto-
len during 1969-70. The letter list-
ed five instruments that were dis-
carded because they were worn
The Board discussed the builders
. risk insurance on the construction
projects. The Board's attorney was
. requested to inform Bums, Kirk.
ley and Williams Construction Com-
pany, Inc., that the Board does not
accept any liability for the build-
left rik insurance. Change orders
(1) through (17) on the St. Joe
High School project have been au-
thorized to date. Copies of these
change orders are on file in the
The Board agreed to assume one
half of the ilght bill at St. Joe High
as school personnel are now mov-
ing n"w and old furniture and
equipment into the new building
in preparation for school starting
August 3L, 1970.
Walter Graham, Chairman of
the Board of County' Commission-
ers, requested the Board to appoint
two of its members to the Tax
Equalization Board for the county.
Board members Bill Rich, Sr., and
Waylon Graham were appointed
from the School Board to serve in
The Board authorized the pay-
ment of the annual dues to the
State School Board Association.
The Board authorized the pay-
ment of $3,000 to the Florida State
Board of Health as payment for
services rendered to students dur-
ing the 1969-70 school year.
The Superintendent read a me-
morandum stating that the Legis-
lature permit governmental immun-
ity to be reinstated in the 1970 leg-
islature. The Board's general lia-
bility insurance was cancelled as
of July 1, 1970 due to the new
The Superintendent read a letter
from Harrell Holloway listing de-
fects in the new building in Wewa-
hitchka. The Superintendent was
authorized to send copies to the
contractor and the architect for
their action during the warranty
period of the building.
The Superintendent read a let-
ter from Local Seective Service
Board No. 9 stating that no new
deferments to the 2-A category
woud be made for slhoo teachers.
This new regulation does not ap-
py to those boding 2-A deferments
in the past providing they have not
been re-cassified since the ast oc-
cupationa deferment was given.
The Superintendent read statis-
tics comparing student achievement
by students in first, second and
third grades according to the me-
thod that theywere taught to read.
The statistics indicated that those
students taught in he ITA (Initial
Teaching Alphabet) were making
better grades thau those students
who were taught to read with oth-
er methods. These statistics are on
file in the Superintendent's office.
They were compiled at the Wewa-
hitchka school from experimental
programs conducted there.
The Board employed E. L.
Fleming and Willie Ellis as bus
drivers for the school year 1970-71.
The Superintendent read a let-
ter from Joe Brannon, a teacher
at Port St. Joe High School, stating
his views on aspects of the pro-
gram that he felt would be help-
ful to the Board and the instruc-
The Board authorized new if-
nancial procedures in the Super-
Intednent's office. Encumberance
accounting will be done in every
account. All purchase must be
channeled through the Superinten-
dent's office on a purchase order
to be honored for payment. Cen-
tralized purchasing will be made
from the county office for all
lunchroom foods and equipment.
The Superintendent read a let-
ter from Jerris Leonard, Assistant
Attorney General,' Civil Rights Di-
vision, warning all school systems
which were not in compliance with
the Civil Rights laws in his esti-
mation should do so immediately
or face court action.
'The Board approved an in-ser-
vice training plan for all personnel
within the system for the school
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned to meet again
in regular session August 4, 1970
at 9:00 A.M., EST.
B. J. RICH, Sr., Camn.
R. MARION CRAIG. Supt.
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Tree Farming Is On the Increase
In West Florida Development Area
"Tree farming is on the increase
in the West Florida Resource Con-
servation and Development (RC&4D)
Project area," Kelly F. Swindle,
president of the West Florida RC&
D Project says. "The lowly pine
tree, once cut and burned to clear
land for row crops or livestock
farming, is once more assuming an
important role in the agricultural
According to Project Coordina-
tor, John Barnes, a large volume of
tree planting took place when the
"soil bank" program began in 1956.
During the next few years thou-
sands of acres of open land were
returned from other crops and
planted with pine seedlings.
"The program, an attempt to lo-
wer crop production, brought tree
farming to thousands of farms
where trees were of little or no
Ninth Grade Pupils
.Should Have Cards
All students entering the ninth
grade this' fall should have their so-
cial security cards ready, according
to James C. Robinson, Manager of
the Panama City Social Security
'The school system in Floyida
uses the social security number as
an identification number on pro-
ficiency tests given at the beginn-
ing of the ninth grade. Any stu-
dent who does not have his card
readily available could be delayed
in starting this school year.
Anyone needing a social securi-
ty card should see* about getting
one right away, Robinson advised.
Forms to request a card can be ob-
tained from the Social Security of-
fice or any Post Office.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1316 Har-
rison, Ave., in 'Panama City. The
telephone number is 763-5331. The
office is open from 8:30 a.m. 'to
4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday,
except national holidays.
concern to the landowners," Barnes
says. "The owner, by retiring his
open land to trees, was paid a year-
ly 'rental' for not using the land
to grow certain crops. The contract
period for fields planted to trees
was ten years.
"At today's prices the average
value of wood on 'soil bank' lands
would amount to approximately $70
to $85 per acre. If the trees were
allowed to grow another 10 years,
the value could be more than $250
to $350 per acre and this is a very
conservative estimate. Perhaps the
value would be much higher."
"Today, with land values and tax-
es going up, the owner cannot af-
ford to let land lie idle or to be
producing little or no income," W.
L. "Bill" Jensen, District Forester
says. "Another thing is the in-
creasing labor shortage. Tree farm-
ing requires little or no labor after
"Yes, tree farming is increasing
because it is profitable. Idle land
should be put to work growing a
crop that requires very little labor,
investment, controls erosion, and
yet pays off."
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends in Gulf and Bay counties
for their many deeds of kindness,
the cards, visits, Ifowers, food and
your prayers during the short ill-
ness and death of our father and
May God's blessings be with
each of you.
W. D. 'Tiny' Jones and Family
Virginia Strickland and Family.
CARD OF THANKS
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friends for their expressions of
kindness shown during my' time
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"Super-Righf" Fully Cooked
M 1111 1 PM P I -I 4 --
Extra Special! Mild and Mellow
'1- $1.99 1 lb.
CO F F E E Size
Urnif I of your choice W,'15. or more order excl. cigareftes
PLAIN OR SELF RIS'ING FLOUR EXTRA SPECIAL
Gold Med a-1 BAG 39 with
Limit 1: w/Coupon and- $5..or more food order, excluding cigarettes
I I ,
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION:
1Our State Board of Pharmacy ercises control. over all
pharmacies within our State by thegranting or withholding
of licenses. Anyone wishing tooperate a pharmacymust. ;
: earn a Registered Pharmacist's lHen'se. The applicant must
demonstrate his wiilingneSs to ,mply with our high State
standards of practice. Our State law also requires that a
pharmacist keep his prescription records for a number of
years. These files...of every prescription he fills... must
be open to inspection by the State Board of Pharmacy at
all times. In addition, the Federal government has legis-
"; late specific laws for control of narcotics and adulterated
or misbranded pharmaceuticals. The various States have
also passed laws dealing with labeling. With this protection-
by-law; policed by pharmacists themselves through the
i. .Boards of Pharmacy. pharmaceutical standards are kept at
a uniformly high Ivel throughout the coOntry.
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
... "s QUR PHARMAug
SBuzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue ,hb Phtme i:S57
Dr ie-In Window Service Plenty of Fr'e Parking '
..Paper Towels, Toilet Tissue, Pile
Folders, Pads, Adding Machine
Le a A dV. Tape, and Miscellaneous Paper Pro-
ducts to, be used in the following
County Boards of Public Instruc-
LEGAL NOTICE tion and Junior College of the State
Invithtion to Bid by CONSOLI- of Florida: Group I-Bay, Calhoun,
DATED BID SYSTEM OF COUN- Franklin, Gulf, HolmeX, Jackson,
TIES 'AND JUNIOR COLLEGES: Liberty, Walton and Washington
Sealed'bids will be opened on the Counties; Group H--Hamilton, Jef-
22nd day of -September, 1970, at ferson, Madison, Suwannee and Tay-
11:00. A.M., EDT, for the semi-an- lor counties and North Florida Jun-
'nual requirements of Cut Paper, ior College; at the request of and
--- -- -
Private George Sall, Jr., Nominated
"Leader of Leaders" tt Ft. Jackson
:FT JACKSON, S. C.-Army The, leadership Preparatory
Priate George E. Small, Jr., has School is, 'comprised of basic
;.been declared a leader of lead- training* graduates who have
: ers.; The 22-year-old /son of, Mr. been selected by their, fellow
and Mrs. George Small, Sr., of trainees as, having the greatest
". 1906 Monument Avenue, Port leadership potential.. These se-,
' St0 Joe, was honored 'as the stu- elected soldiers are then given a
dent CoiMpany Commander of concise,' but thorough, course in
the. Ft.- J ac k son Leadership how to effectively lead men un-
SSclibol, Class 6-71. der 'th irresponsibility.
Private Small Was' presented a Small, a 1966 graduate of Port
letter' of commendation for his St Jqe High. School, attended
outstanding practical perform-, Gulf Coast Junior College in
iance, as weli as for his exception- Panama City.' ,
.al academic, achievement. :The -
-presentation was made by Col-
onel James M. Vail, commanding C, LASSIFIED ADS-
officer of the 4th Combat Support Midget Investments flth
Training Brigade, Ft. Jackson. Giant Returnal
in .ertiPnh ndle la' f n
in i oneratorinn with the Panhandle lankol<* andl e ifafif a4tions *ma~r be
'Area Educational Cooperative and
.the North Florida. Joinpt Consulta-
tive School Service -Center. Prices
to-be quoted delivered to the var-
ious counties and Junior Colleges
'at various locations throughout
County/Junior College areas. Bid
--'r'~ 'rT'rr Yrrry
Salute to America's Working Man!"
IM-: 1IMTED T1JME9 OFFERS"
EXTERIOR LATEX S
C For wood, cocre;e, masonry. :
0 Dtesbug-freo In 30 1 utes-
6 'l lg n mildew.
0 Brushes. roUers clea
"Umit 6 gallbns" .
S OUR FAMOUS NO DRIP
ONU COAT RtREl-IDE
LATEx WALL PAINT' m
mamme Reg. $6.89
"Rolls or'brush on with ball-
INII "0 Mipite drying soap &
Gol water ;lean-up"
PAM A "Durable-Scrubbableflnlsh"..'d
"Avalable In white'f i de''''"
election of colotse
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I A ! .O T.H.S .. H A 1 TT T T TT T TT S T A U'Nr-r"rSrT ITTTTTTTTI- I
, SAVE"ON THESE OTHEtt MARY CARTERFPA1NTS AND SUNDRIES
. uu .LAS
"1Our BestOll Base
i House Painvt/
'Ote coat- enam-
"Gives yearsof r
and beauty" '. ,
'. Mary Carter Supplies
SRollers, Brushes, Strainers,
Pails, Scrapers -Everything
you need for painting
"* "" ;'
MARY CARTER PAINT
ort St. Joe lih Eti-0-Wash Building 408 Reid Ave.
obtained at either of the follow-
ing locationsiPanhandle Area' Edu-!
eational Cooperative, 412 South
Boulevard, .Chipley, Florida 32428
or North Florida Joint C6nsultative
SchoolService Center,, P. O. Box
71, Jasper, Florida. 32052. Reference
-Bid No.' CSCJ, 2.i
The Consolidated .Systems 'of
Counties and Junior Colleges re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any or all bids. .
W. G, WINSTEAID
Project Coordinator 9-3
University 'o Florida: 2t
SGainesville, Florida 4
LEGAL NOTICE .
Invitation to: Bid : by; CONSOLI-
DATED BID SYSTEM OF COUN-
TIES AND JUNIOR' COLLEGES:
Sealed bids will 'be opened on the
22nd day of September, 1970, at,
11:00 A.M.. EDT. for the semi-
annual requirements of4arinous pa-
per supplies to be used in County
Boards of Public Instruction and
Junior College as folIows! Group
I--Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf,
Holmes,- Jackson, Liberty, Waltoni,
and Washington Counties; Group
II-Hamilton, Jefferson, 'adison,
Suwannee and Taylor' ~unties and
North Florida Juni6r College; at
the request of and in cooperationn
with the Panhandle Aea Educa-,
tional. Cooperative and, the North
Florida Joint 'Consultative School
Service Center. Reference Bid Nd.
The Consolidated Systems of
Counties. and Junior:, Colleges re-
serves the righlit to accept 6r reject
any or all bids.,
W. G. WINSTEAD
Project Coordinator 2t
University of Florida
i:Gainesville, Florida 9-3
). .. ..- -
Ag of September 3, 1970, I will
no longer be responsible for debts
incurred by anyone other than my-
J. L. HARRISON 2tp
*... 3 ,/ -_.~
~MXMMM ~MMMMMMMMJ~MMMMMMMM~MII.M~MaI M~MMI
It Rained Over A
Tub Full In August
Yes, it did rain a lot in the
month of August 22.81 inches
to be exact.
According to records kept at
the City water treatment plant
by operator Tom' Burch, nearly
an inch a day fell from August 1
until the rains stopped Saturday,
The- most rain for the month
fell on Tuesday, August'11 when
4.9 inches were recorded. Wed-
nesday, August 12 was close be-
hind with 3.75 inches.and Thurs-
-day, August 13 with 2.55 for a
total of il.2 for the three days.
Midget Inveqtments That Y eld
E C`e .o
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FOR SALE: Lot at St. Joe Beach,
' 150'x150'. Septic tank and water
supply, $2,100. Call P29-6201 or 229-
FObR SALE: Landscaped' lot, 'trees,
'on private lake Como, south, of
Wewahitchka. Large, like-new trai-
ler, deck, awning. Karlene Owens,
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom. block house
at 613 Marvin Ave. Air condition,
large space heater, fenced yard:
Phone 229-5301. 4tc-8-27
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block house,
on llth Street in Highland View.
Small down payment and' balance
like rent. Phone 229,2486. tfc-8-20
FORW SALE: 3 bedroom air condi-
tioned house; fenced back yard,'
60' well; Located at 1906 .Cypress
Ave. For information call 229-5311
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1309
Long Avenue. Phone 227-1181.
FOR SALE: 2 lots and frame house'
'at. 506 8th St., Port St. Joe. 3
bedrooms, den, living 'room, dining
room, kitchen, kitchenette, carport
'and 'utility house4 Please contact
Mrs. ,Bernice Conirad, Box 475, Wil-
lacoochee, Ga. 31650. 4tp4-13
FORISALE: 2 bedrooIn hose, block
and stucco, CarpLt d Air pon-
ditioned. 52S 7th St 22 -3067. tfq
FOR' 'SALE: 8 room house on two
lots. 1 corner lot and, house far,.
nished. Across hwy. in front of,
school in Wewahitehka. Mrs. Rosa
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments'
and trailer space.' Bo's Wimico
Lodge, White City. Phone 229-2410.
FOR RENT: Apartment. 510. 8th
' St. Phone Jean Arnold, 648-4800.
FOR 'RENT: Furnished beIch cot-
tages. Reasonable monthly rates.
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tf-8-13
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house: Apply at Smith's Phar-
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 7
room brick house with garage,
central ,heat and air conditioning.
Corner lot, convenient to schools.
Phone 227-8536 after. 5:00 p.m. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house, 1111 Garrison Ave. In-
quire next door.. Phone 229-4571.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice large
6 room house with automatic
heat, attic fan, chain link fenced
back yard. Nice neighborhood.
Phone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc-8-27
FOR RENT: Beach cottage or ap-
artment. Call 227-7636 after 4:00-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom trailer,
equity and assume payment;
$60 peri month, or' $2800 cash.
229-4261 after 4:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment.
apartment. Phone 229-1361.
FOR SALE: AKC registered Labra-
dor Retriever pups. Phone 639.
2803, Wewa. ltc
FOR SALE: 1963 Ford Econoline
van in good condition. New paint
inside and out. New seat covers.
Approximately 2,000 miles on re-
built engine. Give away at $300.00.
(1.11 Tnlhn Unatny f.^- 2+2c-2056.
c.all"ionU LLVJoUUa GA, u
ssif led Ads +
'ody Rea ds :.,.em"
FOR SALE" 8' cab camper.. Gas' STOCK CLERK WANTED: IV
stove, lights, ice box. Sleeps 4. Experience helpful.' Apply
David Rich,, 229-2575 or 229-4562. person to David Rich at Rich
MUST SELL: 1969 60x12 3 bedroom
Mobile home. Carpeted living
room. Furnished except for stove.
$150 closing cost, assume $81.98 a
month payments. Phone 648,4361.
WILL DO baby sitting in my home.
$3.00 a day per child. Mrs. Bun-
ny Miller, 510 7th St., Phone 229-
5 67. 2tp-8-2T
WANTED: Service station manager.
FOR SALE: Royal V8 Dodge se- Must be high, school '.graduate.
dan. Good shape. Cheap for cash. Some experience necessary. Refer-
Phone 229.4801. ltp-9-3 ences will be required. Above aver-
age salary plus commission. Must
FOR SALE: Two refrigerators. One be ready to go to work September
Frigidaire, one Admiral. Very 15. Phone, write or apply in per-
good 'condition, $60.00 each. Call son to Vittum's Standard Service-
653-3201. 2tp-9-3 Station, 227-3056. Stc-8-27
FOR1 SALE: Medium size upright NEED JOB: Restaurant, housekeep-
piano in excellent condition. P. ing or taking car of 'children. 5
E. Forester. Phone 648-4231. or 6 days a week. Phone 229-6138.
WANTED: Good refrigerator for
- Garden Center. Phone 227-3102. ANTED: Part-time secretary
X for church. Send name, address,
F 'R SALE: 1965 GTO cony., 389 phone number to box 266, Port St.
tri-power with 4-speed, nely re- Joe. tfe-9-3:
built engine, goOd.paint,.with, good..- AIR CONDITIONIN and ap -
W/w tires. $90.00. Call 227-7871., 2 rplAIc repi cal 29323. p
... .w. ...... --- .... pliance repair call 22M-623..
I am now servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
.you have human hair or syn-
thetic which you would like
to; have serviced quickly at
low prices .
'CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your lo-
cal dealer for' PIENTEX YARN
has a large selection of yarn for
your knitting "and crochet needs.
We have many gift items at the
COTTAGE-SHOPPE, red and white
building on Hiway 98, Beacon,Hill.
WANTED: Experienced motel
mnaid,; full time and yea. round.
Apply in person only before noon.
Gulf.Sands Moltl. tfc-7-30
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
.urautee on labor and materials.
L.Ow down payment. Phone 227.
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you 1
602 Garrison Ave.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cat
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
Bese Tablets and E-Vap "water-
pills". CAMPBELL'S DRUG. 8-7-2
TMEE SURVICE: Treew taken dows
and removed or trimmed. Calk,
1B-8772 or 86841143, ApalachibcoL4
WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy-
press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, inos.
1 and 2. 1x4 through A1l mostly-
no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, had-
ware and appliances. PRIDGE..
BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitchl
In Wewahitchka and
Port St; Joe.
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Plumbing and i
Call 229.4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.lM.-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visi
ROY BUREH, H. P.
WALTER GRA4AM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST ,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, me
iLg second and fourth Tues
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
.THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, 'F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty.
AS YOUR GULF COUNTY COMMISSIONER
,VOTE FOR FOREST REVELL DISTRICT 1
:" I' ..' '!
RADIO and TV REPAIR.
1319 McClellan Ave.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THU 0
-cial Permit Needed for
Three Hunts On St. Vincent
TALLAUASSEE A special per- Iperiod or hunt periods for which mum of 500 hunters. Sportsmen
mit issui s by the St. Vincent Naz a permit is requested. A maximum should take note of the change in
toinal i-dldife Refuge office in 'of 500- permits will be issued for requirements and request permits
'Apalacl01a will be required to each four-day hunt period on a in advance of deadline dates.
partieipFe in three four-day hunts fistt come, first served" basis. As stated earlier, no Commission
Sshedull on the island in October, Deadlines for receiving permit public hunt area permit will be re-
Novm ande for wte-taleddeer requests at the refuge, office are quired, but hunters must possess
hunts for white-tailed de October 15,,for the first hunt, No- a valid 1970-71 hunting license. An
hogs, may be obtained oppossumwith- member 12, for the second hunt, archery permit for the pre-season
u t may be obtained with- and December 3, for.the final hunt. hunt, October 24-27 also is required,
out e e by writing, Refuge Man- Permits will be furnished by re- but is not required for the second
age. 0. Box 447, Aptionalachico-ldlife turn mail by the refuge office. and third hunt periods.
O la, Flo ria 32320. A release in late July by the "Additional information, hunting
Dates f the hunts are: Bow and Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- regulations, and a map of the is-
arrow o y, October 24-27 and No- mission stated that no special per- land may be obtained from the re-
vember .1-24; and primitive wea- mit will be required. Refuge' per- fuge office, or from offices of the
'pon or, ow anfd 'arrow, December mits later became necessary as a Commission at Tallahassee, Pana-
12-15. Written requests for permits "head count" regulation when each ma City, Lake dity; Ocala, Lake-
should include the date of hunt hunt period was limited to a Maii-' land, and West Palm Beach.
William J.(By) Rish
YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
For Bay, Calhoun and Gulf Counties District 8
If elected, I will
continue to ask
while serving you
Colonel William C. Anderson, right, Commander of 24th Weather
Squadron, Randolph AFB, Texas, presents the MAC Silver Pride
Award Certificate and Pride Key Chain to S-Sgt. Julies F. Hatcher,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hatcher of Honeyville. The award was pre-
sented for his devotion to duty, conscientious attitude and job
knowledge which have significantly contributed to the unit's mission
Florida Service Men Make Heavy
Demands for Free Miniature State Flags
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. The the flags and has set up a trust
demand for 3'x5' Florida flags for' fund to receive donations.
Vietnam servicemen has far out- Labor organizations in Florida
stripped the current supply, Lieu- have thus far given the greatest
tenant Governor Ray" C. Osborne, contributions to the FDC Florida
head of the Florida Department Flag trust fund.-
of Commerce (FDC), said today. +
Osborne made another appeal CLASSiFIED ADS
to veterans, civic and fraternal Midgetnvestmnts -Plt
organizations to contribute either
money or flags so the FDC can
continue to distribute the Florida
state flags overseas. *
The FDC presently has request
from 54 Vietnam servicemen. The
Department of Commerce is pro-
hibited by law from purchasing.
Your VOTE and
SUPPORT in the
September P ri-,
maries will b e
i .. s
THE ASKEW TEAM provides what Florida
needs most for the '70s a refreshing blend of
action, experience, youth and dedication that will
preserve cherished institutions while meeting head-on
the many areas of concern; Between them, ASKEW-
ADAMS share a quarter-century of service to Florida,
in the legislative and executive branches. AND -
their service is packed with accomplishment, progress,
integrity. They ARE the best team for Florida!
THE "EXPERIENCE" TEAM
F- U -
; NUMBER 52
18 Deaths From Traffic
Predicted for Holiday
TALLAHASSEE The last-, habits."
big holiday of the summer may Clifton explained, "Thoughtful
see 18 traffic deaths unless some driving has a dual meaning for
"thoughtful" driving habits are traffic safety. In one Instance we
displayed during the Labor Day mean courteous driving by giving
Holiday weekend the Florida consideration to other motorists.
Highway Patrol said today. We also mean attentive driving.
Colonel Reid Clifton, director Combining the two produces a
of the patrol, said, "The Labor Combining the two produces a
Day holiday period will be dan- winning safety habit.
gerous for drivers. People will be The holiday period begins\at
traveling to all parts of the State 6 p.m. Friday September 4 and
for their final outing of the sum- ends at midnight Monday Sep-
mer. For some it will be the final tember 7. The Patrol is predict.
outing of their life unless we all ing 18 traffic deaths during the
display some 'thoughtful' driving 78 hour period.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School.......... 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship .....------ 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship ............. 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .............. 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
rou Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. .
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .... 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor '
)1 I,_L~ I I -- U
THE BEST TEAM
New, growing problems demand new, vigorous
solutions. Here are the ingredients of the ASKEW-
ADAMS program for a better Florida:
REFORM of TAX STRUCTURE
NEW VIGILANCE against CRIME
CONSERVATION of our RESOURCES
BETTER EDUCATION PROGRAM
IMPROVED ROAD PROGRAM
CAST YOUR BALLOT FOR
ew Tom Adams
NOR LT. GOVERNOR
Elect A Family Man to Manage the Education of
-- RE-ELECT -
MEMBER, BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Characterized by A Relentless Compelling Urge to Improve
THE STAR, Port Sh Fla. 32 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1970
S. Most Social Security Business Can be office for this area is locat-
ed at 1316 Harrison Ave., Panama
SBf Tender, Some Tough Conducted Over Telephone, by Mail City 32401. The phone number is
S o' T, g 763-5331. The office is open Mon.
S.1 "Is it difficult for you to visit over the telephone and the per- day through Friday 4:30 p.m., from 830 aiona
GAINESVILLE Beef varies flank. But these will require more the shoulder have a smaller eye identified by the shoulder blade your social security office to con'son filing can send the necessary to 4:30 lidays on national
more in tenderness than any other tenderizing or chewing if you bar. muscle and several less tender mus- bone. Boneless sections of chuck duct your business? If it is," bi r t h certificate, evidence of hodays
kind of meatAidit's not easy to becue or broil them. Don't forget Ices around it are sometimes called family or James C. Robinson, Social Securi- wages and any other information
be tenders Dr Robert Reddish, "steak" that is both juicy and ten- a full cut with a large "top sirloin" Flank steak is boneless with lit- telephone or write to our office make a long drive
meat i"list lorida Coopera der. muscle, a smaller tenderloin mus- tie fat and has long fibrous mus- to conduct your business." to see the you make a long drive rP NES
tive '. 'n 9 Seivice. mF Among the tender steaks are por. ele and a wedge-shaped bone: cles running lengthwise. It is de- Robinson went on to point out sentative, he socal security repre- ipn T
Regaidsof their quality grade, terhouse and T-bone identified Among the less tender steaks finitely less tender and must be several instances that could be is really necessary. Perhaps aif the trip e-tand Tal
some ct of beef are naturally by the T-shaped backbone and two are sirloin tip, round, chuck,' and carved across the grain. It is some- handled in this manner. He em- po call oe sry. Perhaps a tele- r In Florida's
more tener than other. Cuts from major muscles, the larger loin or- flank steak. Don't confuse sirloin times cut in crosswise strips which' phasized using the telephone or phone call to local office or
the lessused muscles along the "eye" muscle and the smaller ten- tip with top sirloin. It comes from, are rolled and skewered and call- writing to your local social securi- sending a rerting card to the Future!
backof the animal- the rib and derloin muscle. The only difference, the upper section of the round and ed London broil, ty office to-change an address or'office will take care your bus-
loin' ,iectt0oi will always be between these two steaks is the is not very tender. For your greatest eating satis- report a death. -
more te .~~4rthan .those from *the size of the tenderloin. It's larger I identified b a fatio b s ot .
e....-e.... lg (.ou ) thae te o .R nd steak is identified by a faction, buy any steak you ,intend One of the- advantages of this is-
ne- d)d faik'" New York i- the bOneleSs eye o ound bone t and three maj m to broi or barbecue ctalesa considerable saving of time in
shopo thouse.to b oil orrarbecu cut at.leastF IR ST 'B A P T IS T C H U R C H
h .s.nd st"k l. ', te loi f d i tebneland pr- es, top round, bottomround, and an inch thick, says Dr. Reddish. processing the change of address,
'Thimost underr steaks -, rib, the loin found in T-bone and pI- ee of round. There are two types Defrost frozen steaks before broil- asocellssi ftherpaymentof address
club, T-boh e, porterhouse, and sir- terhouse steaks. Filet mignon is of round o yp rs rozen steaks before brn- as well as faster payment of new Corne Thid St. ahd Ba ll Ave. C. Byron Smith,, Pastor
club, T-bo.e, porterhouse, md r-ero seas e non of chuck steak round one, 'ing, or they will be done on tC.he benefit rate in the situation whereP r
loin nake tip oly a small pro- the boneless tenderloin from thesewhich is identified by its round outside and still be 'frozen in the wife is dt rae ing on the situation wherend's
portion of thq beef caredss aid are steaks. Both of .these are arm, bone, and blade or 7-bone, center a wife is drawin g on th s s changed to
in greatest demand. Because of this higher priced.than the bone-in cuts.. account and this is hanged to a SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
demand, th 'are-higher priced ib steak is identified by the rib g Bwidow's benefit. MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00 A.M
than the less-tender ct&. bone, backbone, and large eye mus- A .... A In fact, Robinson continued, TRAINING U ION 6:30 PM.
SYou save money by choosing the cleW The best cuts have-only eye Appn Forms Aval le for 14 "we,hope people will write or EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE----...... --7:30 P.M.
less-tender stepaks -,- round, cluckr, ~m while cuts from close to call us about completing their ap- PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ... 7:30 P.M.
Ma aged BearHunts In NotionalForest plication for Medicare and retire-
I ment benefits: In many instances "Come and Worship 'God With Us"
S. CAND E FOR PAN" CITY Application the application can be completed
'AM A P CANDIDA. FoR *A C -Application
Now for the first time at tremendous savings.
Just in time for the back-to-school crowd or those extra special
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER Dist. 2
If I am elected, I promise to listen to each per-
son who.had a request and try to represent the in-
dividual as well as all the districts in bringing their
request; before the Commission, so that we all can
work together for the betterment of Gulf County.
Your Vote Will Be Appreciated
Jimmy H. Helms
0a.G a Tr-,
Gulfgas. the fuel
that "Goes Farther" for you announces:
SEPTEMBER 1st thru 15th
ro rms or 14 mmnaged hear hunts
in the Apalahbicola National Forest
this year are now available, ac-
cording to Major T. L. Garrison re-
gional manager of the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission.
Copies may be obtained upon re-
quest to the Commission at Panama
City, P. 0. Box 576.
Hunts this year will be held
from September 14 through Octo-
ber 31. Two hunts per week of
three days each will be held dur-
ing this period. No hunts are held
Parties for each hunt are limited
to 30 persons. Fee for. a hunt-party
permit, in addition to individual
license' requirements, is $50.00,
with payment to be attached when
completed applications are return-
Rules are that applicants must
first obtain a valid hunting license
and list the number as part of the
application, or else indicate that
applicant is a Florida resident 65
years of age or older. Applicants
must also certify that they plan to
be an active participant if awarded
Deadline for returning applica-
tions is 10:00 a,m. o'clock CDT Au-
gust 21. A drawing to determine
recipients of the 14 hunts will be
made in the Panama City office on
August 24, Garrison said.
He also said that likely this will
be the last year in which the bear
hunts will be conducted in' this
manner. Population and other stu-
dies ordered early this year by
the Commission may result in a
change in the way bears are hunt-
ed in Northwest Florida. Garrison
said it is too early as yet to fore-
cast how hunting will be done, or
whether there may be closed sea-
Road Projects Let
For Gulf, Franklin
Florida Department of Trans-
portation Director 'of Administra-
tion Pat Dodson announced today
that in Franklin and Gulf coun-
ties there are 1.288 miles of con-
struction on three projects: in
Apalachicola, 25th and 26th Ave-
nue, between U. S. 98 and 4th St.,
22nd Avenue and 8th St. between
4th St. and Avenue "H"; in Port
St. Joe on Main St. between Ave-
nue "A" and Avenue "G". The
total cost of these projects will
Ward Ridge Construction Com-
pany, Inc., of Port St. Joe, is
scheduled to complete these pro-
iects in October of 1970.
In the sixteen counties includ-
ed in the DOT District Three, $33,
917,539 of work is in progress.
Eed WILLIAM H. (BILL)
OutstandingState Democratic Legislator-
Two term member Florida House of
Representatives, representing Polk and
Lifelong Floridian. Born-Two Egg, Florl.
da, Jackson County (near Marianna)
University of Tennessee Graduate-De.
gre in Accounting. Cap., Football Team.
Experienced in local government-Former
Mayor of Ft. Meade
Successful Ft. Meade businessman and
Civic Leader. Historian. Presbyterian lay
leader. Married, three children, Lion.
Veteran World War II. American Legion.
Nominated-St. Petersburg Times Out-
standing House Member Awaod, 1969.
"Public .ilice is a Public Trust"
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ber 16, 1970. Local Prizes will be awarded in a drawing to be held
on September 15 at
West Florida Gas Company
418 REID AVENUE
AST PRIZE A complete Out-
Outfit. Includes Ford's Fabulous F-250
Camper Special, The El Dorado Camper
Body fully equipped, PLUS a Chrysler
Valiant Runabout, powerful 35 horsepower
outboard motor and trailer, PLUS $500
Vote for a man who is interested in our School
System and your child's education
Board of Public instruction
DISTRICT ONE ''
Remember ... Your Vote Is Important!
Your Vote and Support Will be Greatly Appreciated
PIm Pi. w
THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Pkwtd THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1970 PAGE 'THIWrTEN
SSummr vacation's near over. "Sorry about that, students,"
tys mermai d Barbara Bates at Florida's Weeki Wachee, "but I
it.rnmilndyou the assembly bell will ring in most public schools
TUesday morning, September 8. There's one consolation, though;
ou'lV a lots of company.
Identification 'Numbers Required by
Coast Guard for All Pleasure Craft,
The Federal Boating Act of 1958 States Numbering Requirements
established, a uniform system for Registration fees are fixed by
the identification of pleasure craft. State law. The State of Alabama re
Undocumented vessels' are- to be quires the numbering of all vessels
numbered by the State in which regardless of size, horsepower. The
the boat is principally used. State df Floridarequires only boats
DISPLAY OF NUMBER,
The identification number should
be painted on or attached to each
side of the forward half of the
vessel (the bow), and no other num-
ber may be displayed thereon. Num-
bers are to read left to right, be in
block diaracters, be of a color con-
trasting: with the background, and
be not less than 3 inches in height.
'. Wiet Investments With
t Giant Returns"
of over 10 horsepower be register-
ed. Information about State num-
bering systems is available from
State agencies, Coast Guard' units,
and marine dealers.
Each State with an approved num-
bering system must recognize for
a period of iat least 90 days the vali-
dity of a number issued a vessel by
the Coast Guard of by another State
having an approved system. ,
'CERTtFICATE OR NUMBER
The identification number issued
to a vessel is shown on the Certi-
-ficate of Number. The Certificate
of Number must be on board when-
ever the vessel is in operation.
By The Florida Power Corporation
As vegetables are so important
to our, daily diet variety in our
menu is a "must". For those deli-
cious fresh Brussels sprouts, here
are four ways of serving them dis.
tinctively different for each meal.
1 lb. Brussel sprouts
1 tablespoon melted butter
1 teaspoon salt
If fresh Brussels sprouts -are
wilted, pull the outer leaves from
them. Cut off the stems. Soak the
sprouts for 10 minutes in cold wa-
ter to which a little salt has been
Cut crosswise gashes into the,
stem ends. Steam for 13-15 minutes
over rapidly boiling water or drop
them into a small amount, of ra-
pidly boiling water. Reduce heat
and simmer, -uncovered, until they
are barely tender, about' 10 minutes.
Do not overcook. Drain and serve
with one of the suggestions below:
1. 1 ,tablespoon melted butter
1 tablespoon American or Par-
mesan cheese Chopped pars-
2. 1 tablespoon lemon juice or a
grating of nutmeg
3. or saute in the butter
1 tablespoon grated onion
4. 1 tablespoon melted butter
I 2 tablespoons bread crumbs and
% teaspoon mustard
So many requests have been re-
ceived for the new popular Reuben
sandwich. It is very different, but
delightful. Won't you try it today?
32 slices caraway rye bread
1 cup melted butter
1 cup Russian dressing
8 thinly sliced corned beef, halv-
16 thinly sliced Swiss cheese
% cup raw kraut-
1 cup chili sauce
3 cups heavy mayonnaise
Combine 'chili sauce and. heavy
mayonnaise until thoroughly blend-
Brush outer surfaces 6f bread
with melted butter. Spread 'outer
side of bread with Russian dressing.'
Cqver dressing with corned beef.
Add kraut and top with Swiss
cheese. Cover with another slice of
bread and grill until cheese is
melted. Makes 16 sandwiches.
Sandwiches may be built in ad-
vance, wrapped in plastic and re-
frigerated, then grilled to order.
For a variety in our menu for
the main dish let's serve a de-
licious ;crown roast of pork with
mushroom stuffing. Just follow
this easy and simple-to-do recipe
and you'll be' so pleased with the
CROWN ROAST OF PORK WITH
7% to 8 lb. pork loin (about 20
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 lemon (garnish)
1 bunch crisp curly endive
% cup minced onion
two-thirds cup melted butter
8 cups croutons
1 cup chopped celery
1 teaspoon salt
**-, *. ... .
I ...-.' 2
What hot, weather starts, cold
weather finishes both extremes
you fill the air with electrifying
oaths, see us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
SWe'll find the real trouble, with-
It battery trouble is
And recommend the
finest NAPA bat-
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
1%-2 cups hot water
1 teaspoon crushed thyme I r
1 teaspoon marjoram leaves Florida Power Launches Tree Trimming
1 teaspoon sage
1 teaspoon poultry seas6ting Program AS A Defensive Measure
1 can (6 oz.) sliced mushrooms,
Tree trimming is one of Florida Thompson, local district manager.
Heat oven to 325 degrees. Power Corporation's first line de. He said the company has about
Sprinkle roast with salt and pep- fensive tactics in the continuing 30 professional tree trimming
per. Place bone ends up in roast. battle against storm-caused power crews on fulltimree contrimmings clear-
ing pan; wrap bone ends with interruptions, according to Wes ing limbs from power lines
aluminum foil to prevent exces- throughout the 32-county services
sive browning. Place a small mix- foil during the first 30 minutes. *are h Last year, Florida Power
ing bowl in crown to hold the When done, place roast on a large paid approximately $750,000 for
shape of the roast. Insert meat platter. Remove foil wrapping; this service
thermometer so tip is in the thick- place paper frills on bone ends.
est part of the meat, not touch- To 'carve, slice between ribs.Ser. Between scheduled visits by
ing bone or fat. Roast uncovered ves 12. these crews, local FPC line crews
3-4 hours, or until internal ternm- and servicemen trim trees when
perature of meat is 185 degrees. Stuffing: Cook and stir onion necessary, Thompson said. Ap-
An hour before meat is done, re- in butter until tender. Stir in half proximately 2,400 service interrup-
move and fill center of crown of croutons; ~And heat slowly. Add tions resulted from tree limbs hit-
with mushroom sutffing; cover remaining croutons and ingredi- ting lines, last year.
just the stuffing with altiminum ents. Thompson said that many out-
ages are caused by trees planted
under, or too near, existing power
lines. Florida Power offers a free
booklet of suggestions on tree
choice, placement and planting to
assist the amateur landscape archi-
tect, and to keep service wires
for ATTORNEY GENERAL DEM.
let's have FRIDAYV 7 days a week
Paid for by Friends of Friday
VOTE FOR and SUPPORT
Alvin L. McGion
County Commissioner Dist. 2
Honesty is mny policy. I would like to work
for the improvement of our Gulf County. You
can help by voting September 8 to elect
ALVIN L. McGLON
COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 2
Claude E. Lister, Jr.
Express Yourself by Electing Him A
Member of the
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Subject to Democratic Primary, September 8
(Paid Political Advertisement)
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yP fggOrIgTEEW THE SA tL. Port-st. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1970
Al Groat Books Confab S so
S. 'irks rnh Sees Increase In W welfare Rolls For Fair and Honest Representation ELECT
NOTACE OF PUBLIC HEARING A cordial invitation to an organi-
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN TO national meeting for a Great Books The number of persons eligible for these who are truly dependent from many of the new proposals of LF
WHOM 1i. MAY CONCERN. that discussion group is extended to all to receive welfare payments in is needful," Spencer said, "but the bill and could result in great "
on the 30th day of September., A.D., ....
o1970, at 7:00 P- l in the Gulf interested persons. The meeting Florida will jump 131 per cent if sound economic thinking is absent harm rather than aid." C u t C m i* *s
County Court House, Port.St. Joe, will be held Thursday, Sept. 3 at the Administration's bill to -expand C OUny Commissioner
Florida,thbe Board of County Comrn- 8 p.m in the Port St. Joe Branch and amend welfare passes the Con-
nissioild aof-Gu f#County, Florida, Librar. gress, Ronald S. Spencer Jr., exe- Ho a s n oaso District No. Two
si h o ,Idirary e ede.deoncern-Holland Asking for!Applications of District No. Two
ing the.Ta htf aiulkhead Then Grea B cutive vice president of the Florida
tine by theBoard of County Com- State Chamber of Commerce point- *i h g t
missionrs of Gulf Gounty, Florida, ed on the idea that people can help ed out yesterday. ls W ishn t Attend S rv Cc S Your Vote and Support Will Be
in thtarea of St. Joseph Bay lo- one another to learn by reading Greatly Appreciatel
cated a~fllows: in the S.W. quar- and then discussing some of the The state chamber's Weekly Bus- r App
tir: iLW.' quarter of section 35, best books that have been written iness Review placed the number of Senator Spessard Holland an- ternates for each opening. With re-
tow ~ south, Range 11 west. during the past two thousand years. recipients of welfare in Florida late nounced this week that Florida spect to the Merchant Marine Aca-
.or, -the proposed bulkhead .
Mline a e n file in the clerk's o e There are no teachers, no tuition, last year .at 295,900. Records of young men wishing to receive con. demy, he is empowered to select a
fie,' /r +" ifo credits. The role of the co-lead- the Senate committee studying the sideratiori for his nominations to maximum of ten to compete with /
i at Port St. Joe, Florida, :ers.is to ask questions that help you legislation show that this.number the national service academies lo- other Florida aspirants for several
of AugustD. 1970.to explore the ideas in the ook. will increase to 683,600, or 131 per cated at West Point, N. Y.; Anna- vacancies. COURTEOUS CAPABLE
S eirk of the Circuit Court The Great Books Program can help cent, should the new legislation polis, Md.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; All applicants-those who have
of Gulf County, Florida you to think clearly and independ- pass. and Kings Point, N. Y., must have already returned application forms RE ELECT
(SEAL). 3t-8-27 n e t .o express yourself effective a i their completed application forms and those who have not yet sub-
S- any of the oto listen attentively. even southeast- in his office no later than Wednes- mitted them-are urged to take
FT JUDICI AL Aihy questions regarding the pro- ern states. In those state there are day, September 2, 1970. All cor- the required qualifying medical ex-
CrKUTJ IN AND FOR gram should be directed to Mrs. now 2.2 million recipients of wel- respondence may be addressed to amination as quickly as possible
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA. Robert Faliski at the Port St. Joe fare and the new law ou expand Senator Holland at 421 Old Senate inasmuch as Senator Holland will
K l LTONf Branch Library. thatnumber to 7.2 million or 227 Office Building, Washington, D. C. make his nominations in December. MEMBER BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
'E M E ..H'LTON, "per cent. 20510. Interested young men who have
HARIE AMILTON, as s for "'This deadline," stated Senator not yet filed applications for ad- District Number 1 I
De i% fDIVtI B "A PlaCe TOr EVery Currently in Florida the welfare Ho and, "is mandatory in order to mission to the various service aca-
TO: HAI N, Th G d Advice roll is running about $9.6 million a permit sufficient time for process- demies in the summer of 1971 I Sincerely Ask For Your Continued
hm0ng >1 73-iu i month with $2.3 million of this a- ing applications. No extension of should immediately write Senator Suport and for Your Vote
YOU AE EREB NOTIFIED A .place for everything and mount from state funds and the ba- time can be granted." Holland to request necessary forms
in the ab C ,stId hCo urtnby the everything in its place is' and lancefrom federal funds Nominations for the academy in order that these can be return- QUALIFIED EFFIC
i h aW.. s C r The needy recipients in Florida
Plaintiff, KYLER HAMILTON, JR., always will be the best advice for The needy recipients in Florida classes entering in the summer of ed to his office prior .to the Sep- /
and you're required to serve a boaters. It is a fact that falls are receive little enough and their 1971t will be Senator Holland's final tember 2 deadline.
copy of your Answer or Objections thie most dangerous aboard boats small monthly checks have been selections inasmuch as he is re- __
shouldn't be granted on the and injure as many people as any further cut by inflation. More help tiring at the close of the present
torney for Plaintiff, Thomas R. other of the more spectacular ac- Congress. The veteran legislator
Mlinor 323 Magnolia Avenue, Pan- cidents. CLASSIFIED ADSt will have a total of seven principal
ama (tty, Florida 32401, and file Lines left lying about on board nominations--one at West Point,
the original in the Office of the Midget InvestnTntsbateYTd
Clerk f 'Court,,Guef Counaty can be as dangerous as leaving a Mldaet Invetment Thet Yeld two at the Naval Academy and four
Florida, on of before the 25th day loaded gun lying about. Lines Mnt Vturno at the Air Force Academy. He can
of September, A. D. 1970. should be stowed or coiled after nominate a principal and nine al-
HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree use. Eliminate tripping hazards and ----
pro confesso will be entered against loose gear left about the decks. I
Sy hand and the seal Falls have caused ma persons AMERICA 'NEEDS CAPABLE AND
,of aCidC40'ft in Port St. Joe. Gulf to upset smaller craft and' have
County, Forila, this 21st day of been the cause of many fall over IU.Z IIlL:U M N I
A C o Court-. : t dwn occu each POLITICAL RALLIES
GEORGE Y. CORE the side and drown. Over seven EXPERIENCED MEN IN CONGRESS
/ :.Clerk of Circuit Court thousand drownings occur each : ..... IT in i
Gulf County, Florida year. A major cause is falling or
(SEAL) .4t-8-27 tripping ovqr cleats, lines, and
sBID NO.'9. loWose gear. Whk
Sealed bids will be.,;eceived by 'Keep your boat ship shape and
the City Commission of the City of it will be a safer and better looking
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular boat. Sat Aug. 0 P.M., CST
place of meeting in the Municipal Remember water safety can be-
until 500 PM.EDST on Septem- a habit. With luck it may be- On Main Street nar Wawahitehha State Bank
her 15, 1970, -for the following: come the best one you have.
1. 500' 4" C. L Single Hub Do-
mestic No. 1Soil Pipe. of purchase price must be paid and S tCJRDFFE S RESPONSIBLO
2. 254" C.I. Short Double Hubs vehicles removed from Gulf CoastOFFERS A PROVEN ECOR OF R PONSIBLE
Domestic. Junior College premises by success-
3. 25 4" 16 degree Bd'nds D" Junior College premises by success ..P RF R A CEW S
tic. 16degreends f bidders within ten (10) days af- rt. Joe PERFORMANCE for WEST FLORIDA
tiC. ter awarding of-bids. Failure to
4. 500 lbs. Lead (in 25 1b. bar di- comply will result in forfeiture of dayICA A*AA
vied i lb. sections) bd advance as liquidated damages. Saturday, Sept. 5,4:00 P.M., EST and AMERIC
Prices must be quoted delivered The Board fo, Trustees reserves a
in Port St. Joe, Florida. Bidopen-the right to reject any or all bids,
ing will.be at 8:o00 p.m., September an to waive any formalities in theOn Reid Avenue near City Hall
15, 1970. The City of Port St. Joe 'bidilding, and the decision of the
reserves the right'to reject any or Board will be finaL
all I W.ReCeidSealed bids must be submitted to
C. W. BROCK 8-27 A. P. Jefferies, Dean of Adminis. 'Democratic for
City Auditor and Clerk3t trative Services, Gulf Coastjuor All Democratic Candidates for Office
IN.THECUNY-College on or before 12:00 Noon,VaS k
INTHE COUNTY JUDGE'S CDST, September 2, 1970. Envel- are Invited to Speak
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF opes are to be plainly marked 'Bid
COUNTY, FLORIDA for Automobiles". Bids received af-
IN RE: ESTATE OF ter above 'time and date will not
WILLARD PHONZO GILBERT, be considered. It-8-27 Dr
Deceased. =g -ID
NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER 'NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
OF ADMINISTRATION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME .G f ountyDemocratic
,All persons having claims o de- Notice is hereby given that the
nands against the estate of Willa undersigneddesiring to engage in r CONGRESS
?hOnzGibertaIso know asW business under the fictitious name
? Gilbert. the above named deceas- O HE GCAcutiveA Commit
Ad, are hereby notified that an Jones Homestead, Gulf County,
orderr of Administration Unneces- Florida, intends to register the C. G. COSTIN, Jr., Chairman
ary has been entered by the Hon. said name with the Clerk of Cir,
arable S. P. Husband, County cut Court, Gulf County, Florida.
rudge; that the total cash value of /s/ R. L. TULL 4t-8-27 __,_,,,..
aid estate is less than Five Thou-
and Dollars ($5,000.00),. exclusive
if property exempt under the Con- Morris BOAT LICENSES I AM FED UP WITH INCREASING TAXES AND
SFlorida; and tatthe St n ame and c y Every license classification was increased $1.00. FEES ON EVERYTHING. I WILL WORK AND
address of the person to whom said Commercial Licenses went up as. much as six VOTE AGAINST ANY TAX INCREASE1
state has been assigned by such N O is a man who feels your burdens a man you times. This is a wrong as it would be to tax a
delr is as follows: can talk to. He will talk "for" you where it counts plumber or an electrician's tools. It's the same Let's Make The State Do as You and I Must Do.
Soledade GilbertrNW &0 most. MICKEY MORRIS is a FAMILY MAN: Four
127 Bellamy Circle MICKEY MORRIS is a FAMILY MAN: Fold, old story, again! "Soak the working man!" LIVE WITHIN THE MONEY NOW AVAILABLE!
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-8-13 children. HE IS A CHURCH WORKER: Immanuel I work for my living ... AND I WILL FIGHT
So Pt. HUSBAND, Is YOUR Chance Baptist Church. Also a Veteran of World War I. TO PUT A STOP TO ALL THIS NONSENSE. NOBODY OWNS ME A
S. P SB ,TO ELECT A WON'T YOU CAST YOUR VOTE FOR
Automotive Vehicles For Sale /
Gulf sTATINr Cle1 Board Qualified Man PUBLIC SERVANT: 8 years an an elected Bay I KNOW MY WAY AROUND THE CAPITAL!
f Trustees offers the following ve- County Commissioner, all of which time he fought I will be no stranger there. The Department heads
icles for sale: TO REPRESENT earnestly for the rights of the "little man". Mick- know I am a worker. EXAMPLE: I went to many
1 Sedan, Chevrolet, 4-door, 1965, ey Morris will be no stranger to state government, offices to get money for Deer Point Dam Fishing
toaticatranmissionpowe r YOU as he knows his way around at the state capitol. Walk. I appeared before the cabinet. Many said it
1 Sedan, Chevrolet, 4-door, 1965, I A AHA was an impossible task but you see and use
automatic transmission, power IN TALLAHASSEE the Fishing Walk. I GET RESULTS!
steering, air. s/n 154695D-184600.*
1 Bus, IHC, 36-passenger, 1965,
automatic transmission, power Mickey Morris
tREPs FFD105401G, Model VOTE FOR I WOULD LIKE TO SEE, AND WILL WORK FOR
1 Pick-up truck, Chevrolet. 1965, believes that the owner of a small parcel of land A Calhoun County Resident Circuit Judge (Only
ton, 6-cylinder, s/ S/W K255A- 1. S. "MICKlEY" MORRIS is due the same consideration a sthe large land County in District 9 that does not have one).
1 Pick-up truck, Crevrolet, 1959, AS YOUR owner. He voted against the re-evaluatipn tax roll ,-,
Stone, 6-cylindert,s/n 3A59A102766 prepared by Howze '& Associates for Bay County.
lodel C-7817.k revroet 192 R representative I want to see, ad will work to get the GRASS RE-
Ston, 6-cylinder, s/n KBA108914.--r FORCED CONSOLIDATION ? NOI MOVED FROM DEER POINT and DEAD LAKES
1 Pick-up truck, Ford, 1958, % FROM DISTRICT 9 I will NOT FORCE consolidation on YOU as was
on, 6-cylinde1r, s/n F10JOL-13203, forced on the Beaches. (They were not even al- '
Vehicles may be examined at the lowed the right ot vote.) (IS YOUR AREA NEXT?) I Want Recognition Given the Florida National
ulf Coast Junior College Mainten- Guard. Why should they ,pay MORE for their car
rce ng Monday through MICKEY MORRIS IS A BUSINESS MAN ... WHO WANTS GUN CONTROL? tag? This can and WILL be stopped, when I
).m. Vehicles to be sold in as is NOT A LAWYER! I will vote and FIGHT against those bills harmful represent you. I. "MICKEY"
ond ehicle must be bid a 8 YEARSEXERENCE AS AN ELECTEDUB- to our district such as Gun Control. (Who wants a L I
onchveitmsyour gun taken away? Certainly not other LAW 'l"iE "
separatee item. LIC SERVANT, REPRESENTING THE '%LITLE ABIDING CITIZENS!) I
A Certified check or'money or- MAN" YOU NEED A MAN IN TALLAHASSEE ABING C ZENS!) The Special Interest People are NOT for
ler in the amount of ten percent, AN". YOMorrisAOARR I
10%) of the total bid, made pay- WHO "TALKS YOUR LANGUAGE". YOU KNOW HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES Mickey MoY
ege Board of Trustees, must ac MICKEY MORRIS MICKEY MORRIS KNOWS The last session of the Legislature voted to make REPRESENTATIVE
company bid. Checks or money or- YOU! AND BETTER STILL, HE KNOWS you buy a fishing license to even use a common The Average Working Man and Woman is ... REPRESENTATIVE
lers will be returned to unsuccess- YOUR NEEDS cane pole. THIS IS TERRIBLE! Because He is An Average Working Man Himselfl District 9
ul bidders. Checks or money or-
Lers -will be applied to purchase
'rice of successful bidder. Balance