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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970
High School Observing Homeconing Friday
Port'St. J4e High School cele- parade will begin at Fifth Street ing the football game tomorrow Howell, L n Knox, Carol Parker, cipate in the festive
rates 'fHomecoming" this Fri- and move North on Reid Avenue. night. Joy Parke.gnd Jan Peterson. The Varsity Che
day afternoon and night, with a Several floats have been en- Queen candidates include Janie As an added attraction' in this be selling chrysar
'full calendar of activities sche- tered by student organizations Cathey, LaNell Chason, Charlotte year's Honmecoming parade, Con- sages made up in t
duled by different clubs and, and the ,ligh School band with Graham, Holly Hendrix, Midge gressman ?ob Sikes will parti- ors at the Homec
grades in the school as well as a
big football' game Friday night.
"The' Sharks will meet. Florida
SHigh. of Tallahassee in their big
'omicoming. game Friday night.
;. A'big parade is being staged by
the students of the high school
i which will get un er.way at
;4:00 p.m. Friday afternoon. The
their "new looI" will lead the
parade qni' its rute. ,
Nine, homecoming Qteen can-
didates 'rill be .seeking the 'title
this yea, and will ride in the par-
ade. The Homecoming Queen will,
be decided today in a 'balloting
by' he students with the results
to be announced at half time dur-,
Elementary PTA Hallowe'en Carnival
ScoaIl..I.a fnw rni..rlnu t-ar 1 i
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SThe Port St. Joe Elementary
SSchool PTA has scheduled, its an-
nual Hallowe'en Carnival for Sat-
Surday, October 31 at the Elemen-
tary :School. grounds.
The Hallowe'en costume, per-
','adae will begin at 1:30 p-,m. and '
.will begin in back of the St. Joe
Motei, travel up Reid. Avenue,
turn and go back.'to the corner
of Fifth.and Reid.
Prizes for the best costumes
. and. for the best decorated bicy-
cles will be awarded. The first,
second and third costume prizes
will be $25.00, $10.00 and $5.00.
,::Decorated bicycle prizes will be
$10.00 for first prize, and $5.00:
for second plape.
The carnival begin prompt-
ly at 2:00,- p.m. with many items
of entertainment and several.
food booths provided. The carni-
val and parade is open to all Ele-
mentary age children.
Junior High Games
On Tap Today
!( Port St. Joe's Junior High foot-
a"ll team will play host to the
Blountstown Junior High 11 tlWis
-afternoon at 5:00 p.m.
The game will be played on
the high school football stadium.
This afternoon the Junior Var-
, sity will travel to Marianna to
meet the Bulldog Jayvees at 7:00
p.m., Port/St. Joe time.
he school colt$
Sikes to Dedicate
New High School
kCongressman Bob Sikes will
,be the main speaker tomorrow
afternoon when the Gulf County
School Board holds dedication
services for the new Port St.
Joe High School.
Sikes will also participate in
the Homecoming parade which
will be held at 4:00 p.m. tomor-
row afternoon in downtown Port
The dedication will be held at
2:30 p.m. in the Colliseum por-
tion of the new $2.5 million com-
Superintendent of Public In-
struction Marion Craig said that
the public is invited and urged
to attend the special services.
Invocation for the program
will be given by Rev. C. Byron
Smith, Pastor of the First Bap-
Hubert Richards, Department
of Education Regional Represen-
tative, will represent State De-
partment of Education Superin-
tendent, Floyd thristian.
Superintendent Craig will pre-
side 'over the ceremonies.
On Niles Road
Rish Installed1 by Kiwanians
Willian*. Rish, second from right, new presi- Anchors fs Rish assumed office Tuesday. Looking
dent of the Kiwanis Club receives a handshake of on are vice-president Bill Mosely, left and secre-
congratulations from out-going- president George tary-treasurer Bill Norris, right. -Star photo
"Time to 'Get In or Out of Water
Business" Kilbourn Tells Commission
As County Engineer Max W.
Kilbourn so pointedly put it, the
County Commission had to make
the decision Tuesday of whether
or not they would get into the
water and sewer business action
.:taken, by the County followingI
about an hour of discussion still
doesn't give a black and white
* answer. The question still hangs
on an "if".
SThe "if" in this case i's "if"
the state will gjve. the County
extra time on a deadline to qual-
ify for some federal money being
administered by the State of
Florida. The County has until
December 31 this year, to fur-
nish working drawings of tlie Oak
Grove system to apply for the
particular funds in question.
Engineer Kilbourn said it
.would be almost impossible to
provide all the drawings required
but that an extension of time
might be possiblS The money in
question is approximately $20,000
which would go a- long way to-
ward supplementing funds hop-
ed for from the Federal govern-
ment in a possible grant and a
The County had previously ask-
ed Kilbourn if he would provide
the necessary drawings with the
federal grant and/or loan receiv-
Jackson Flown to
A Port St. JQe boy suffering
serious burns over 80 per cent
of his body was flown to Galves-
ton, Texas, Monday for.treatment
at the Shriners Hospital. :
Billy Charles Jackson, eight-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
E. Jackson, left Tallahassee on
a plane chartered by Shriners
after spending a week in the in-
tensive care unit of Tallahassee
The Jackson boy suffered! sec-
and and third degree in a fire
Monday of last week which rav-
aged the, Jackson home.
His condition was reported to
be "critical but iniproving".
The boy was burned as he ran
through the burning house to
reach the front door.
ed for the project to pay his fee.
Kilbourn replied Tuesday that he
would, -in effect, work on this
basis provided the County, guar-
antee~ is fee should the. project
fail to be consummated for some
reason or other. \ ,
Board Attorney Rish was hesi-
tant to put his blessings on this
'arrangement because, he said "I
ami concerned with the legality
,:of committing general fund mon-
0 1 M
ey for district, projects. I doubt
that we' can commit ourselves
to this end", Rish said. i
The agreement as proposed by
Kilbourn would require the coun-
ty to pay .his fees if the project
failed to go through. The coun-
ty has nothingin its budget for
such a project as this in the cur-
rent, year, and Rish cast doubt
as to the possibilities of their be-
ing able to ever include it in a
While the immediate problem
is the Oak Grove Water District,
the County is also proposing
similar districts for White City
and the Beaches. Kilbourn esti-
mated that the total engineering
fees for the three projects would
probably run in the neighborhood
of $30,000. Total cost of the three
,projects is expected to be in
the neighborhood of $500,000 to
The Board finally wounds up
with a decision to instruct its
attorney, William J. Rish and
Kilbotrn to find out if an exten-
sion of the December 31 deadline
for the state money can be se-
cured. If so, Kilbourn is to pro-
ceed with the drawings and the
money derived from the state
money to be used to pay the en-
If the delay is not granted, the
water and sewer districts in su-,
burban areas must be, delayed'
further until federal funding is
available on a priority system.
Kilbourn and Rish said they
would press for a decision 'with-
in the next week to ten days.
Ernest Longworth and his wife
and three daughters have moved
to Port St. Joe from Atlanta,
Georgia. Longworth is assuming
the position of manager of Cos-
tin's Department Store on Reid
He took over management of
the popular local clothing store
Longworth has been with the
W. T. Grant Co., in the Atlanta
area for the past' eight years. He
and his family are presently
making their home at Beacon Hill
but plan to move into town at
an early date.
Residents in the Eastern edges
of the City of'Port St. Joe came
a tad closer to having drainage
relief for their property Tuesday
when it was announced that the
State Road Departinent had ,put
on its calendar the project of
letting a contract' for cqnstruc-
tion of a large culvert 'under
Niles Road to carry off the heavy
concentration of water during
SThe State Department of Trans-
portation had recently promised
to put in the culvert with their
own crews within a specified time
limit which has nearly expired.
The Department has since de-
cided to contract the project. No
date of the bid letting was in-
dicated in the letter, but the De-
partment is letting some bids
next Thursday including widen-
ing and resurfacing of the St. Jo-
seph State Park Road.
The County has constructed a
large drainage ditch to the Niles
Road, but a, small culvert under'
the road creates a bottleneck.,
Mosquito Control supervisor,
Emmett Daniell reported that he
has finished increasing the size
of this same ditch from Niles
Road to Highway 98; another
phase in the improved drainage
It was reported Tuesday that
paving of Main Street in Port St.
Was was to begin yesterday.
Chairman Walter Graham not-
ed that the Board was receiving
criticism for the state of the
road in front 'of the Courthouse.
Engineer Max Kilbourn a n d
Road Superintendent Lloyd Whit-
field said water seepage keeps
the paving torn up and' a way
must be found to keep the water
off the pavement and from un-
der the road's foundation.
Chairman Graham also urged
the Board to take immediate
steps for beautifying the Court-,
house grounds, but Commisisoper
Silas Player asked that the pro-
ject be delayed a little while for
a better planting season.
Mosquito Control Supervisor
Emmetti Daniel notified the
Board that a different warehouse
would probably be needed for
his department before long. He
said the old lumber shed he is
now using is being rented to him
on a. monthly basis and he could
: 'face eviction 'at any time.
Daniel has his eye on part'-of
the Courthouse property near
10th Street for construction of
a new warehouse.
Garden Club Selling
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
wil Isponsor a spaghetti supper
to be served at the Elementary
School Cafeteria Friday evening
from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. prior to
the Port St. Joe-Florida High
football game. Tickets are now
on sale by all Garden Club mem-
bers for $1.25 each.
The menu will include spaghet-
ti with meat sauce, slaw, garlic
bread and coffee.
Proceeds will be used for im-
provements to the Garden Cen-
ter. Tickets may be purchased
from any club member or at
Campbell's Drugs, Smith's Phar-
macy or at the door Friday night.
Chiles to Visit Here
Lawton Ch i I es, Democratic
nominee 'for the U. S. Senate
will pay his first visit to Port St.
Joe Friday, October 30, accord-
ing to word received from his
Eagles Get Tail Feathers Plucked
By Aroused Sharks Friday Night
Takes A, Dip
This big. crane walked off into the Gulf County Canal at High-
land View last week into an estimated six feet of water. The crane
was digging a ditch in the canal in which to bury an underground
cable at the time of the mis-hap. The crane was perched at the
water's edge, when the operator accidentally hit the wrong lever
and the machine lurched forward into the canal before the opera-
tor could stop it. A huge bulldozer winched the crane out.
Niceville's reserve quarterback
Dave Chrisman dropped the ball
on -a hand-off o nthe Eagle 30
yard line Friday night, and alert
Shark linebacker, Archie Shack-
leford scooped it up and ran for
a Shark touchdown and the first
scoring in the tight defensive
Shackleford's run came with
only three seconds left on the
clock in the third period.
Port St. Joe's other six pointer
came mid-way in the last period
when Kloskia Lowery fielded a
Niceville ,punt on his own 40
yard line, scooted to the other
side of the field and trotted down
the sideline foe 60 yards to give
the Sharks. their '12-0 victory over
With the soore 12-0 and only
four minutes left in the game,
the Shark reserves received some
valuable game experience, dur-
ing the last part of the contest
As usual, the Shark defense
was hitting hard Friday night
and seemed to wear the Niceville
squad down in the latter minutes
of the third period. Hard tackling
and blocking shook the Eagles
loose from the ball three times.
Lawrence Bowen, Archie Shackle-
ford and Mike Wimberly each
made seven tackles and Rodney
Nobles made six.
The Eagles threatened to
score once in the. second period
when they worked down to the
Shark 14 yard line. A stubborn
defense pushed the Eagles back
to the 24 where the Sharks took
over the ball on downs.,
The Sharks then put on their
best drive of the first half only
to have time run out on them
within one yard of the goal.
With the half nearing an end
and the Sharks on the Niceville
28, Roberts tossed a pass to
Norris Langston who rambled to
the 44. A pass interference call
against the Eagles put the Sharks
on the 27. Roberts then ran to
the 19, and a screen pass to
Langston put the Sharks on the
five with 15 seconds left. The
Eagles intercepted a Roberts pass
in the end zone to stall the
drive. But with 15 seconds left,
the excitement still wasn't over.
Archie Shackleford intercept-
ed 'n Eagle pass qo their first
play from the' 2 'yard line and
ran back to the nine. Mike Wim-
berly took a Roberts pass on the
one yard line and the clock ran
The Sharks were threatening
again from Niceville's 27 yard
line as the game came to an end.
First downs --------- 9 5
Rushing Yardage -- ---67 56
Passing Yardage ----- 101 18
Passes 8-14 3-11
Intercepted by -------_ 1 1
Punts 4-30 6-29
Fumbles lost ..------- 2 3
Yards Penalized ----- 25 30
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ---- 0 0 6 6-12
Niceville ------ 0 0 0- 0
The Sharks are now 4-0 for the
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R. Port t. .e, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970
One of the most feeble attempts at rationalization we nography in their daily lives.
have ever seen was foisted off on the Anerican public re- It's asinine for grown, int
cently when the president's commission 'on the study of statement that people are not
the effects of pornography was turned over to President ple are affected by every
Nixon. The commission-was appointed by President John- way or another. The Gideor
;soin and finally completed its study last month after sev- Society have performed a ver
Seal years and several dollars spent on trying to decide cause of Christ by placing Bib
whether or not pornography was harmful to a prson Their work is based on the pr
mental state. + ple read the Bibles they will b
The committee suggested that all laws prohibiting The Communists or other 'su
pornography be stricken from the books insofar as they schools (and public media of a
apply to adults., They do concede that the filth could be come because they know' tha
harmful to children. The committee cites the case -of spread through publication and
Denmark which has no laws prohibiting the publication or they will gain converts.
-peddling of'pornography. The claim is that this licenseperiodicals o
bha in no way affected the mental state nor .the incidence to learn, ople entertained, or fo
of passion crimes in that tinynation pornographic literature becau
i t hardly seems fair to 'us for the commission to use cheap thrill. To say that this
such an example. 'What;with Denmark's position on the day lives is pure poppycock. .'
maple next door to free love Sweden and Communist guns The commission has prese
in Poland, the people of Denmark are probably immune, made their recommendations
to-any dangers from pornography. But in America, it is heir thinking. bout the best
supposed to be different. We have nio threat from ad-
Sjoining neighbors neither to our morals or our daily liv- off hand is that now-famous
ing. Even'so, we cannot believe that the people of Den- Auliffe when asked topsurre
mark are .ot at all affected by the proliferation of por- Bulge. "Nuts!"
+not at all a., L
telligent people to mf
t affected by pornog
thing they read and s
Ls and the American
ry effective service f
bles in the hands-fb
oven theory that if tl
be affected by the m
ibversives first aim
nation they intend t(
t if their message
halls of learning, eve
r books because. he3
r amusement. Ioipl
se they want to ol
will not affect their'
rnted its report.: The
and their rationalizat
t reply we can think o
,quotation of Gener
nder at the Battle
One Thing Remains
For months after it was completed, Gulf County's
Courthouse grounds still had the air of an overgrown field
resembling somewhat the wooded field that surrounded it.
This went on for better than a year, with only an occasional
mowing of the rag weed, thistles, wire grass and milkweed.
S ow, the lawn looks better.,,- Grass is being encour-
aged&to grow and is taking hold on the Courthouse lawn.'
fThe grass is keit cut and the entire facade of the building
looks ,sp much better than it did. One can now be proud
of the appearance of the Courthouse and we can see where
even further improvements 'can be expected as the grass
becomes better established.
About the only thing that remains now is to fix the
road in.front of the Courthouse. Since shortly after the
County government moved into its new home, the road
approaching the front entrance has been torn up and
even impassable. Most of the time it has been barricaded
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
The stamp received the green
light a few weeks ago from the
Citizens Stamp Advisory,Commit-
tee, which makes recbmmenda-
tions to the Post Office Depart-
ment on special issues. This is
a distinguished group of men and
women from the graphic arts and
other fields. Chairman is Ste-
phen &ohanos, the artist who de-
signed the recent Maine com-
Efforts are being made to
come up with an acceptable de-
sign this month. If all goes well
the new stamp will be released in
January. and you can help ad-
vance,'Blood Bank interest by us-
ing them generously.
Donation of blood to your lo-
cal Blood Bask is a simple pro-
cess and in no way endangers
-..- i ........ ..-m .- v --*.aM;A .-V-_^.^ ,"fi .^w
A stamp designed to stamp out'
blood shortages as well as carry
the mail probably will be one
6f1the first new commemorative
.stamps issued in 1971. This is
gratifying news to me as a stamp
collector and also as a person
- whose life may have been saved
by blood transfusions. I urged
'the issuance of such a stamp in
a 1968 column.
I.. Xt is even more gratifying to
Dr., Frank Colemen of Tampa,
one of three successive presi-
dents of the American Associa-
tion of Blood'Banks, who first
'urked the issue with postal au-
thorities and the White House
and enlisted the aid of the Amer-
/lean Hospital Association and
many other organizations in the
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Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams AvEtU,. Port SL Job, Florida,
By The Star Publishingla Company
WESLEY R. EAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosTorec Box 308 PHONE 227-8161
1 PORTr ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
'tered-as second.dmlss matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
SFlorlda, under Act of Maroh 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $227.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVERTISER--In case of error or commissions in advertisements, the published
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The word I given scant attention; the printed word is thoughttuiy
491 se .poken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con.
fosl The spoken word i lost; the printed word remains.
off and offers not only inconvenience but an eye
some extent. : ,
We know nothing about building roads and so
begin to offer a suggestion as to how to fix this
of street so it will stay. But apparently neither do
one else in the county, since.repair after repair to 1
tion has met with failure after failure. Undergrou
ter or too much surface water has always got the
any attempt made to stabilize the street.
Somewhere in the make-up of the State Road I
ment there should be someone with the proper
ledge to fi, this vexing problem street.
We hope that now that a lawn is being esta
and the Courthouse taking on an air of permanent
S'ignity that an all out attempt will be made to s
that pesky stretch of street.
the donor. Once you have donat-
ed your first pint of blood you
will realize there is nothing to
it and you have the satisfaction
of knowing that you may have
saved a life through your action.
Mrs. Dorothy Smith, who is
rounding out 25 years of recruit-
ing donors for the Jacksonville
Blood Bank, has given more than
five gallons herself and recruit-
ed two donors, Luther Maloy and
Louis Anthony, who have given
over 12 gallons each. When my
age permitted I gave blood a
number of times and never ex-
perienced any ill effects. When
I needed blood, I was gratified
that others had done so for my
I am happy to learn that many
Floridians have contributed gen-
erously. Among them giving 10
gallons or more, are Ernest M.
Lankford of Jacksonville, a re-
tired Air Force staff sergeant;
William A. Darden of St. Peters-
burg; Theodore Crom, Gaines-
ville; Stephen L. Muriy, West
Palm Beach; C. G. McGavera,
Zephyrhills and J. N. Clark of
the Central Florida Blood Bank
of Orlando. Though only 29, Rich-
ard "Chips" Shore, chairman of. '
M E MI- WEN w ur I
By Charles Reeves
With the approach of the dor-
mant season comes the time to start
S thinking about enchancing the
ke the beauty and value of your home with
Kraphy. the addition of trees to your yard.
ee, one First, you will need to make your
a Bible selection. What kind of tree do
for the you want? A fast growing -shade
people, tree? An ornamental? A tree that
he peo- bears edible fruit? There are many
message. types, and you may want to choose
at the several.
, over- Next comes the procurement
can be from the nursery or, in the case of
ntually pines and sereval other popular
ually species, the Florida Division of
y want Then it is on to the actual plant-
le read ing with'the details as to timing
tainn a and method garnered from these
every- same sources. Believe it or not,
this is a very simple operation
which can be performed easily and
-y have usually in a matter of minutes.
ion for Once this has been done and the
)f right young, tree has been set out, it is
al Mc_- a very appropriate time to provide
f te- for its protection. -
One of the oldest and still itiost
effective ways(is with four or more
stakes strategically placed to form
a safety zone from the whirling
blades of the lawnmower or as a
reminder to children at play.
Another method is t9 'remove a
ring of sod from around the tree,
large or small and replace the turf
with an inch 'layer of white gravel
or sea shell. This will prevent shag-
sore of gy grass from clinging,!to tree
trunks and will give your yard a
cannot dressed-up look.
section Incidentally, the gravel will serve
another purpose. Instead of bark-
essany- ing the lower trunk of the tree or
*he sec- clipping a seedling, you will get!
md wa- your shins barked by flying gravel
best of if you come too close with your
mower. This built-in protection will
save many severed or bleeding
;0now- Remember though, if you are
planning, to plant trees this year,
now is thi time to start your plan-
blished ning. And, it -you are a real do-it-
ice and yourself, you will soon be able to'
tabilize take double satisfaction. not only
in the beauty of your yard. but
in the fact that you "did it your-
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
If you want an adventure, get on the chartered Trailways bus
which carries fans to the Shark out of town games on your next
trip to a football game. But don't plan to go to sleep. The self-
appointed "cheer leading" squad of C. W., Roberts and Charlie Wall
make dead certain there is no sleeping going or coming home.
Another tip. There is no need to worry about having enough
to eat. Friday night's adventure was sort of like the little boy
with the three loaves and two fishes. Everybody carried a picnic
lunch to eat on the way to the game, and after the bus arrived
back home, it seemed there was still as much or more food oh board
than there was when we started. David Rich passed out ham
sandwiches to ,nearly everyone present and complained on the way
home because he was "about to run out". Gene Raffield sat across
the aisle and ate four sandwiches, gave one or two to the bus
driver and several to other people,, so he must have started the
trip -ith a sufficiency.
tkBill Rich got onboard with a large grocery bag packed with
chips, cookies, dips and all that sort of stuff, which made the
rounds along with the salted nuts, cold drinks, etc. The only
thing we missed was dessert.
Somebody was complaining because Walter Dodson didn't make
this particular trip with his big bag of fried chicken.
It seemed like almost everyone who went to Niceville Friday
night, just came home, caught a nap, changed clothes and went
on over to Tallahassee to see the FSU-Florida game. The Port St.
Joe people were more prevalent in Doak Campbell Stadium than,
they are on Reid Avenue on a Friday afternoon.
The FSU fans didn't have a whole lot to cheer about until the
last quarter when the unknown and untried Gary Huff puffed, but
not enough. His heroics and bullet-like passes did put the Semi-
noles back on the board with a respectable score.
The day seemed jinxed by a Seminole fan who sat near us. He
let loose with his air whistle when the Seminoles came on the field
and then couldn't get the thing to turn off. It seemed to be an
omen that nothing would work that day.
FSU fans can take consolation from the fact that "Sammy
Seminole" did his customary back-flips from one end of the field
to' the other without missing a lick. A Gator cheerleader decided he'd
try the trick beginning about the 50 yard line, but had to give it
up after about 30 yards. "Sammy" outdid the Gator bad.
The Seminole band was -also livlier, saucier, more enthusiastic
and had more of an exciting beat to it than did the Gator band. So,
considering the whole picture all was .not lost Saturday.
We went over Saturday with Bill Barlow, Ralph Walton and his
brother, Wilson, of Covington, Georgia. We stopped at Faiver's
in Panacea on the way back for some delicious seafood. There,
again we saw the people from Port St. Joe. Most of the people in
the restaurant were from here. About the only ones feeling
chipper were Charles Norton and Carl Guilford. Everyone else was
trying to explain away the loss by the Seminoles.
the Manatee County Blood Bank
at Bradenton, is already a 5 gal-
lon donor. He began to donate at
17 when his fattier was in need
I sincerely hope you will pur-
chase and use the new stamp
when it is released and that it
will inspire you and many others
to become regular donors. Blood
banks in many areas are exper-
iencing an acute shortage of
blood and your contribution may
save a life. L
It is a fine thing to have a
stamp like this. I salute those
who worked for it, especially
Postmaster G e n e r a I Winston
Blount, who has been a blood
donor in his home city of Bir-
mingham and his stamp handling
special assistant, Georgia born
James R. Holland, for making it
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TRAINING UNION 6:30
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970
Have A Hot Dog!
Hot dogs were never better, says pretty Jennifer Holly (for-
merly Jennifer Kennedy of -Port St. Joe) and -she ought to
Know. Jennifer works in rood Grades and Standards bureau,
Division of Inspection, Florida Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, Tallahassee. In the food laboratory, frankfurters
are checked/fQr moisture level, fat content; and certified for whole-
someness and quality. In the photo, Jennifer takes a lunch break,
and she just happened to choose hot dogs!
Sidney J. Buxton Named Forest Ranger
Supervisor for Bay and Gulf Counties
GULF COUNTY MEN'S LEAGUE had high game of 122 and Ellen
We still have a close league on Sidwell high series of 342 for Ba-
Monday night and this week's bowl- c r
ing kept pace as follows: On lanes 3 and 4, Florida First
National Bank won all four games
On lanes 1 and 2, Hess Oil kept' r o W a ley Kats. Lois
ketfrom-WilliamsAlley Kts. Lois
up their winning ways by taking Smith had high game of 186 and
all four from Team No. 1. Jerry high series of 543 for the bankers.
Colvin leda Hess with a wild 572 Eleanor Williams had high game of,
series and a me. Ricky Arm- 162 and high series of 449 for the
strong was top man for Team No. Kats.
1 with a 199. Kats.
Swgtts Motor Company took four
Lanes 3 and 4 had Campbell's s from AN Rairad on lanes
Drugs taking all four points from 5am from P a ooey had high
Pollock's Cleaners with Bob Hea- game of 139 and high series of 372
cock leading the way with his 493for Swatts. Marguerite Whitehurst
series. Allen Humphrey led Pol- had high game of 121 and high
lock's with a 496. series of 313 for the AN.
On lanes 5 and 6, 13 Mile Oyster On lanes 7 and 8, St. Joe Kraft
Co., started picking up by taking outbowled St. Joe Furniture for all
three points from Costin's. Joe four games. Evelyn Smith had high
Padgett led 13 Mile with a 519 game of 178 and high series of 501
series helped by Wayne Ward's 502. for the Krafties. Opal Howard had
Costin had Bill Barlow high wit 'high game of 139 and high series
a 520 series. :'of 401 for St. Joe Furniture.
Lanes 7 and 8 had Shirt and Troet. Leaving this week end to parti-
phy taking three points from 'Basic cipate in the Peanut Festival Bowl-
Magnesia. Robert Montgomery led ind Tournament at Dothan, Ala-
Shirt and Trophy with his 520 ser- bama are the following bowlers:
ies. Jerry Tuttle was tops for Ba- Lois Smith, Verna Burch, Eula
sic with a 499 series. Dickey, Christine Lightfoot, Dot
Standings W L Hamm, Evelyn -Smith, Ruby Lucas,
Shirt and Trophy ------ 15% 4% Opal Howard, Norma Hobbs and
Hess Oil Co. --------- 12 8, Brenda Mathes. Good luck, girls.
Costin's 12 8 Standings W L
Campbell's Drugs ------11% 8% Florida First Nat. Bank 16 4
Basic Magnesia ---...---- 10 10 St. Joe Kraft 16 4
13 Mile Oyster-------10 10 St. Joe Stevedores------16 4
Pollock's Cleaners 8 12 Williams Alley Kats -- 10 10
Team No. 1 1 19 St. Joe Furniture -------5 15
Basic Magnesia ------- 5 15
Gulf County Ladies' League Swatts Motor Co. -- ------5 15
-AN RailroadS0 0 20
St. Joe Stevedores outbowled Ba- AN Railroad 20
sic on lanes 1 and 2 taking all four I
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Happy Homecoming Values from BOYLES
Sc* A s 4:45 to 5:15. cooperative efforts of a number of
R e g io n l La y .A C Every other Monday: Indian Pass, governmental agencies that include
g i L i1:00 to 2:00; Presnel's Grocery, federal, state and city officials that
.. r2:20 to 3:00; Jones Homestead, the finest in library service can be
3:15 to 3:45; St. Joe Beach, 3:50 to secured through the Northwest Re-
S heds For G ulf County 4:00; Oak Grove Community Gro- gional Library System. Citizens of
S h e d U e s F o r G I f Co fcery, 4:10 to 5:00; Stafford's Gro- Bay, Calhoun, Washington and Gulf
H y s e GucerC White Cito y 5:20 to 5:50n counties are encouraged to enjoy
The Northwest Regional Library and 7:00 to 9:00. Friday, 2:00 to Holley, serves Gulf County patrons eryWhite City, 5:20 to 5:50. d benefit from the services of-
System invites your patronage and 5:30. Saturday, 9:00 to 12:00. and at numerous stops throughout the The full services of the region feared through this system. The
announces the schedules of the 1:00 to 4:00. county. Patrons are asked to check are available through the G schedule of the main library locat-
Port St. Joe Public Library and Mrs. !ean Faliski, Library As- the following schedule for their County Library and bookmobile.sed t emn r t
the bookmobile, serving this area. sistantwill be glad to help you most convenient outlets:. Special book request, personal, ci- ed at 25 W. Government Street in
The Port St. Joe Public Library at with your library needs, and new Every Monday: Gov ernor's Movic, or business informational needs Panama City is as follows:
206 Monument Avenue operates ac- users are urged to call the Library tel, 9:30 to 10:30. be referred to the headuar- Monday through Thursday, 9:00
cording-to the following schedule: at 229-4921 for further informa- Every other Monday: Wright'sters staff at the Bay County Pub o 8:00; Friday, 9:00 to 5:00; at-
Monday, 2:OQ to 6:00 and 7:00 to tion. Grocery, 1:00 to 2:00; Clark's Gro .lic Library. to 8:00; Friday, 9:00 to 5:00; Sat-
9:00. Tuesday, 10:00 to 12.00 and the bookmobile, staffed by Mrs. cery, 2:15 to 3:15; Bill Lynch's Au- According to Mrs. Jane Patton, urday, 9:00 to 5:00 and Sunday,
1:00 to 5:00. Thursday, 2:00 to 6:00 Irene Britt and Mrs. Zora Belle to Repair, 3.20 to 4:20; Overstreet, Regional Director, it is through the 1:30 to 5:00.
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Carnations and their dose relative, the pinks are among the
most fragrant of annuals. ney, and other scented flowers, make.
your garden something special. ^ .. .... .._.
What makes one garden more attractive than another? It might,
Sbe fragrance--the fact that one gardener troubled to choose
/;! y flowers,with that attribute and another ddn t. ,
STo help you in choosing blossoms for that garden "plus," here
is a list of annual flowers thaf yop cap, grow from seeds this year,
I all of them with that special characteristic, fragrance.
Sweet. alyssum and candytuft are,tWo of -the best blooms, for
S sweet scent. Carnations and .ptnks, both members of the same
family, are known for their spicy odor.,
Add heliotrope, mignonette, stocks and, flowering tobacco to the
list and you'll have quite 'a fragrant gidenj Other flowers are
sweet pea' and sweet'william, their names indicative of their
S sweet scent; petunias 'and verbenas. & t f. oe -
Night scented.stock is delightful, and there also .e other flowers
of whose delicate odor youtmay,not be aware. Among. them are
the nasturtiums-not all of them, but some varieties. Bells of
Ireland. and sweet sultan (once. again with a name that tells the
tale) are others.
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tables, to within an inch of the top.
Cover with cold water. Put lid
Turn motor ON-OFF until vege-
tables are chopped as desired.
Drain in colander.
A unique one-day workshop fof
high school and college coeds in-
terested in prddcision dance or
march will be offered at Gulf Coast
When choosing a portable ap- Junior College.from 8:30 a.m. un.
pliance, you want to, get the most til 5 p.m. Saturday, it was an-
use from it and in many different nounced this week.
ways. Look for one that can do
many jobs, ianct can make your The course will be taught by Jan-
homemaking tasks easy and fun. ice Picard, a former member of
The blender is a very versatile the San Marcos State and the Kil-
portable appliance. For 'example, gore Junior College Rangerettes,
try this salad which actually sets both well-known college precision
!up in the blender. All that is neces- drill teams in Texas.
spry is to keep it chilled until you
iare ready to 'serve.
OR N VELVET SALAD u
3 envelopes plain gelatin
two-tlds cup boiling water Port St. Joe Elementary School
1 can range juice (6 oz.), frozen
12 ice cubes Monday, October 19
S1 can Mandarin orangesections, Fish squares, potato saldd,' green
drain ed beans, carrot sticks, coconut cake,
1 can pineapple chunks, -drained white bread and milk.
Put sugar and gelatin in blender Tuesday, October 20
container, Cover and run on low Hamburgers on buns, sliced to-
'speed u4til, mixed. Add boiling matoes, lettuce, dill pickles, on-
water and run on low for one min- ions buttered corn, apple sauce,
ute. Add frozen orange juice and cookies and milk.
riun on low for one minute. I Wednesday, October 21
Add ice cubes one at a time and Oven fried chicken, rice and gra-
blend on high dpeed until complete'- vy, collard greens, carrot and rai-
ly -liquefied before, adding another.. I sinalad, apricots, corn bread and
Quickly 'pur into 1-quart moldl butter.
thil 'Unmold on lettuce and serve Thursday, October 22
with Mandarin oranges and pine- Chili con care, 'vegetable salad,
apple chunks.' fruit Jell-o, biscuit, butter and
For another .quick and easy-to-.'ik. "
niake salad with the blender: Friday, October 23
VITAMIN SALAD Holiday for children. In-service'
% 'head of cabbage, cut in wedges day for teachers.
1 unpeeled apple, cored and cut ---
ih quarters "- -' 1
4 scraped carrots
Fill blender jar with cut vege- '"**....." ..
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IN TE COUNTY JUDGE'S
i COURT, GULF COUNTY,
IN RE: Estate of
NOTICE, TO CREDITORS
YOU AND' EACH OF YOU are
hereby notified and required to
present any claims or demands
which you, '..or either of you may
have against the Estate of WAL-
'TER CRUTCHFJELD, deceased,
late of Gulf County, Florida, within
+six (6) calendar months from the
date;of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing 'and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the Claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent or attorney, or the same will
become void according to law.
DATED this 26th day of Peptem-
Davenport; Johnston & Harris
"Attorneys for Administratrix
406 Magnolia Avenue
Panama City, Florida 4t-10-8
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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"
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ANN PAGE BRAND SALAD
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Perch Fillets ;M. 59c
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RED DELICIOUS or JONATHAN 'Speciall
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1978
..THE STAP., Ior tt. Jos fk. 2456
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970 PAGE FIVE
WorkrJ Earning $50.00 Or More David Maddox Named to Marion's
In Qu rter Must Report SS Taxes "White Knights" for Second Year Drive
MARION, ALA. Cadet Ser- member.
S.. :' PanamaCitsaidto-.no taken the neesary action to geant First Class David Maddox of' Try-outs are on a competitive
"Any person who pays a worker, home must report these earnings Manager in Panama City, said to- not taken te necessary action to Port St. Joe, has become a member basis. Only those with excellent
as much as $5'ash in caleer, and pay the social security taxes," day. 6 1 obtain the reporting forms should of one of the South's finest drill coordination' make the Knights.
quarter for services in a pri James C. Robinson, Social Security Many ,employers, and also ein get in touch with either the Inter- teams the Marion Institute White And after they do, there are A ll T
ployees,'-do not realize this is a nal Revenue Service or their local Knights. more maneuvers and formations to
compulsory provision of the la social security office, Robinson con- This year the Knights are com- memorize and perfect than are re-
Many, in error, believe the cover, eluded. minded by Cadet 1st Lieutenant quired of many football players.
i ge of work in a private home is The social security office serving Courtney L. Crabtree of Birming- Cadet SFC Maddox, the son of
Voluntary, Robinson pointed out. this area is located at 1316 Har- ham. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Maddox of Port
Wages of $50 or more from any rision Ave., Panama City 32401. Winners in all competition they St. Joe, will be with the White
one employer during a calendar have faced in the last five years, Knights when .iey make their next
quarter are covered under social *-D*. S a the White Knights demand a high home' appearance at Homecoming
security and the employee receives r iulFm pears standard of excellence from each on October 24.
curity earnings recordias a person P
working in a business establish-
| ment. He obtains the same protec- Man/Society/Technology was the L AVA vv A. ISCOUNT SALE THUR-FR!-SAT ONLY
tion for himself and'his dependents theme of a recent forum at, the
in case of retirement, death or Kennedy'Space Center. Conducted
disability. Therefore, it is import- by the Amnerican Industrial Arts
ant that empigyers of household I Association' (AIAA) in cooperation
workers report the wages paid to with the Bureau of Education Per- 7 f L-AL E
their employees. sonnel Development, Office of Ed- S E
"Records are, needed to make ucation, the 'forum examined the CENTER
the proper reports easier," Robin-t pomises'and problems of technolo-
son said. "They do not need to be gy as related to man and his en-
elaborate but should show the vironment; witi.,the focus on im-
.... names of the employees, their so- provement of Industrial Arts educ ". .
cial security numbers, dates work- tion. ..
S Plai P s ntedArmy Award edand am nt of wages."filed Participating. In the forum was .
The quarterly renuServt and Patricia Spears, a Social Studies
with Internal Revenue Serviceeand .'.
U.S. Army, Vietnam, Army ing officer, U.S. Army Procure- are due by the end of the month Consultant with the Florida .De-
Master Sergean Ralph E. iPlairk meit Agency, Vietnam. following the:end of the calendar apartment of Education in Tallahas-
(right), son of' Mrs. James W. quarter. For example, the quarterly see. She .as previously a graduate
Plair, 506, fourth st., Port St. Joe, Sgt Plai received the award report covering July, Au ust and teaching assistant at Florida State
receives the Army Commenda- for meritorious service as in- September is due by October 31. University and a social studies
tion' Medal during ceremonies spbcor 'of property and adminis- A simple form is provided by In- teacher.
Aug. 21 in Vietnam. trative sergeant vith the agency. ternal Revenue Service to use in Miss Spears has BS, MS and ABD
Congratulating .his is Colonel His wife, Emma, lives in Port reporting wages of household em- degrees in social studies, political
,hecter McKeen Jr., command- ., Joe. ployes. Any employer who has science and,sociology.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1970
S This is te first of a series of articles and pictures introducing
. ,the candidates. seeking ti t, Jayceette Junior Miss title this year.
Shown above are Miss Charlotte Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Graham, left, and Miss Dolores Dickey, daughter 6f Mr. and.
Mrs. John Dickey. .
Charlotte is a Senior and is active in the cheerleading squad,
the Pep Club, American Legion Auxiliary and participated in the
,. Junior -Class play'i She plans to attend Gulf Coast Junior College
After graduation and 'seeks a career in business or secretarial work.
Her hobbies are cheering, sewing, wdter sports, and horseback rid-
i ing. Shelis a Baptist and is active in Sutday School, Training Uon,
and Baptist Youth Fellowship Council. -
): Dores is a Senio. and: is active in the Pep Club, Purple Wave
Fashion Editor, Art, sports, and the Senior Executive Board. She
.plans to attend Gulf Coast Junior College and has chosen art as her
,,major scholastic interest. She. is interested in drawing, sewing,
singing, hair styling, dancing and swimming. She is a member of
.,the Long Avenue Baptst Church and sings in the choir.
:. During the next four-weeks, the remaining nine Junior Miss
candidates will be introduced: ..
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PORK and BEANS .. 5 cans $1.00 YELLOW ON
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GREEN 'LIMA BEANS -----. 4 cpns 89c TOMATOES
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Individuals- who work with chil-
dren, ages 6 through 11 in the Sou-
thern Baptist churches, have an
unusual opportunity' to participate
in one of the Regional Children's
Workshops, to be held in Florida
during the week of OctobQr 26. The
:program will feature lectures and
other presentations for- leaders in
the general field of childhood ed-
Dr. Paul Cable, Director of Grad-
uate Studies in Education, Mercer
University, will speak during the
general- conference in the after-
'noon. Specialized conferences are
to b4 led by workers 'from the
Floridae Baptist Convention: head-
quarters in Jacksonville and con-
sultants from Southern Baptist
Convention offices, including Bro-
therhood, Church Music, Sunday:
School, Woman's Missionary Union
and Church Training. Conferences
will be from 2 to 5 in the afternoon
and 7 to 9 in the evening. The
meeting for this area will 'be held
October, 29, at the First Baptist,
Church of Panama City.
All adults 'who, work with chil-
dren and parents of children ages
6' through. 11 are invited to come
to this Workshop which has 'as its
theme, "Ministering to the Total
Vitro Wives Will
Meet Next Tuesday
Mrs. 0. C. Hamimond, president of the Garden Club looks over
some of the arrangement displays used in the club meeting last
Thursday. -Star photo
Workshop On Flower Arranging Is
Presented for Garden Club Members
Mrs. Ralph Nance, a member of1 Twenty-one members
the Port St. Joe Garden Club and guest were present.
accredited flower show judge, con-
ducted a workshop on flower ar- \
ranging at the Garden 'Center on _-
Thursday, October 8 from 10 to 12 _-: .
and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., She was as-
sisted by Mrs. Terry Hinote and -_-
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast.
The Vitro Wives Club will meet Sne discussed me seiecton ana
Tuesday, October'20 :at 7:30 p.m. preparation of plant material, the
in the home of Mrs. R. B. Rich- equipment needed and how various
ardson, 1915 Cypress Avenue. effects may be achieved. All plant
,,Members are asked to come material used was grown by club
dressed in costumes for a Hallo- members or gathered from woods
we'en party, and road side.
All Vitro wives are invited to Those creating designs were Mrs.
attend. 0. C. Hammond, Mrs. Robert Fa-
liski, Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. G. S.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Croxton, Mrs. H. W. Hallinan, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Blaine J. W. Clemmbns,.(rs Addie Good-'
Tharpe of Jackson, Mississippi, ison and Mrs. Cecil Hewett. The ar-
announce the birth of a son, Wil- rangements were' placed on tables
liam Blaine, Jr., in Mississippi Bap- to' be viewed and enjoyed by ,the
tist Hospital, Thursday, October 1; entire club 'when it met at 3:00
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. .m.
H. Payne o Clarksdale, Miss., and' Mrs. 0. C. Hammond- presided
Mr and Mrs. illiam L. Thape of over the meeting and gave a brief
Birmingham, la,, formerly of report of the annual fall meeting
Port St. Jo. of District Two, Florida Federation
of Garden Cdu*, which, was held
at Chattihbochee on October 6. At-
'rmn -- tending -from Port St. Joe were
Mrs. Hammond,'Mrs. Ralph Nance,
Mrs. J. -W. Clemmons and Mrs. Ce-
pF j N T 3 L9 cil Hewett. Reports were given by
all standing committees.
U4 9.4 d .Mrs. R. H. McIntosh presented
the club with another of her beau-
tiful hand-made afghans to be used
OR ITI in 'a fund raising project so that
P.M. -4. further improvements can be made
to the Center. ,
ct. 11, 16, 17 A guest, Mrs. Baynard Malone,
Ct.1 I spoke in behalf of the Girl Scout
organization and asked that anyone
-interested in becoming a leader of
a troop contact her.
IIONS ---.- 2 Ib
Jr. Honor Society
Purple and White Day
The Junior Honor Society of Port
St. Joe High School is sponsoring
a "Purple and White Day" on Fri-
day of this week. The idea of the
special day is to encourage and
promote: school spirit and pride
among the students.
Tomorrow, students are being
encouraged to wear clothing show-
ing the school colors of purple and
white in observance of the special
day. Girls are reminded that shorts
and pants are not allowed on cam-
| Mr. and Mrs. 'C. L. Mathis, Jr.,
formerly Miss Carla Herring of
Port St. 'Joe announce the birth
of a son, Kedtierry born Tuesday,
October 6 in Panama City.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. Herring 'of Port St. Joe.
,* 4 ,,
CARD OF THANKS
We, the family of the late Ernest
Goff, are deeply grateful to, the
following: Dr. Shirley Simpson, the
nurses and entire staff of the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital, Rev.
Robert Cary and Rev. Roberson for
their prayers, concern and the
beautiful funeral service; Mrs. Rob-
erson, Mrs. Daniels, Mrs. Stewart,
Mrs. Dady and Mrs. McCormick for
the comforting and inspirational
music. The Comforter Funeral
Home for the warm courtesy and
understanding shown to us in our
bereavement. The loving tokens of
friendship as shown by the food,
flowers and many acts of kindness
will never be forgotten.
MRS.' BESSIE GOFF
Dr. Susan Conley Speaks to Combined I
Meeting of Beta Sigma Phi Chapters
Xi Epsilon Kappa and Eta Up, discipline, slow learning, poor
silon'Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi reading, speech defects and percep-
met Tuesday evening at the Flor- tion. The Clinic is held in the Gulf
ida First National Bank. Guest County Health Department every
speaker for the group was Dr. Su- Tuesday and is available to all peo-
san Conley, Ph.D., Clinical Direc- pie, all ages of all income levels.
tor of the: Gulf County Guidance After Dr. Conley's program presen-
Clinic. Dr. Conley explained the station a question and answer period
operation ,and purposes of the followed.
Clinic; i.e., to help people, both After the program both chap-
children and adults, with their ters joined together for a social
problems such, as despondency, al- hour of chatting and refreshments.
coholism, marital, drug addition, Following the social hour each
chapter met for their individual
Sn ain business meeting.
Lions Entertain Mrs. Lynda Sullivan, president of
Guests at rC- k .-O Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter presid-
GuesTs aT OOk-UUT ed over the business meeting. Com-
Port ct. Joe Ts Lo' Cu hed iI mittee reports were given includ-
Port St. Joe's e ing one on the recent fish fry spon-
their monthly cook-otit. Monday at scored bt w
the Lions' Club Horse Show Arena. y capers
es i s" oNorono arna B very successful. Beta Sigma Phi
Chefs Charles Norton and Bob Gulf Area Council meeting will be
McKiernan served up barbecued Sunday, October 18 at Crestview,
iibs to the Lions and their several and all members were urged to
guests. attend. The October social will be
' The club use their monthly out- Saturday, October 24. It will be a
ings to introduce Lionism to pros- surprise and all details will be giv-
pective members. en at the next meeting which will
be October 20 with Mrs. Shirley
During a short business meeting, Daniels as hostess and Mrs. Lynda
Lion's member Roy Burch was ap- Sullivan giving the program.
pointed Sanitary Engineer for .the The meeting was adjourned with
club's' current fiscal year. the Closing Ritual and Mizpah.
SDCT Club Officers
New officers of the Port St. Joe High School
DCT class were installed on Wednesday of last
week.' The -officers, seated left to right, are: Ri-
chard Combs, vice-president; Kenneth Small, pres-
' ident. -,Standing, left to right: Judy Whitfield,
treasurer; Elwanda Harcus, Rosa Ard, secretaries.
FROZEN ORANGE JUICE ------ 12 oz. can 29c
2 to 4 lb. First Cut Pieces SLICED, 45c
SLAB BACON Ib. 39c
-- HAM SALE HAMBURGER-. .3 Ibs. $1.49
PICNICS-------lb. 39c NECK BONES------b. 19c
Tenderized Whole or Shank Va
H A MS ------1b. 49c First Cut
Boneless Cooked PORKCHOPS----- lb. 59c
HAMS _.3 b. can $2.99 7-Bon*
SS T E A K--STEAK ------ b. 69c
Bladea Cuf Full Cut
Chuck ROAST ------ Ib. 47c Round STEAK ------b. 99c
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
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OWN THE ONLY PRIVATELY-OWNED FUNERAL HOME IN GULF
THAT IS RIGHT. WE ARE NOT AFFILIATED WITH NOR ARE
WE OWNED BY ANY CORPORATION.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? IT MEANS WE DO NOT HAVE TO
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OUR PERSONNEL IS OUTSTANDING IN THE PROFESSION AND
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LADIES' MORNING LEAGUE
The Ladies' Morning Bowling
League met at the St. Joe Bowling
Lanes on Tuesday morning.
-Wewa Bank met Dairyburger on
-- lanes 1 and 2 with Dairyburger tak-
ing all four games. Ann Suber
bowled high series for Wewa Bank
with a 437. Jo Sealy was high for
Dairyburger with a 462 series. Ha-
zel Barton of Dairyburger picked
up the 4-7-10 split.
On lanes 3 and 4, Carp's played
1 13 Mile Oyster Company with 13
a 405 series. Martha Ward bowled
Airman Schoelles a high series for 13 Mile with a
c50 ro n 6.
Return s from Viet Pates' played Roche's on lanes
et and 6, with Pate's taking all four
Airman James P. Schoelles games. Ruby Lucas was high for
Airman James P. Schoelles, son Pate's with a 466 series. Greta
of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Schoelles of Freeman bowled high series for
Mexico Beach, recently returned Roche's ith a318.
from' 12 months stationed/Iat Da Glidden met Sears on lanes 7
Nang Vietnam, where he was in and 8 with Glidden taking all four
data automation. games. Christine Lightfoot bowled
II" high for Glidden with a 520 series.
Airman Schoelles is now home 'Dorothy Hebert had a high series
on a 30 day leave before reporting for Sears with a 370.
to Blytheville, Arkansas for fur-' Over all high series of 520 was
their. training. bowled by Christine Lightfoot on
Glidden's team. She also bowled a
high individual game of 220.
Cub Scout Pack 'A' Division W L
13 Mile, Oyster Co.-.------16 4
Has Space Derby Gidden Co. 12 8
Pate's Shell 14 6
Dairyburger 13 7
Cub Scout Pack 307 had thier yburger 8 12
space derby meet Saturday, Octo- "B" Division W L
ber 10. Winners were: first, Keith Wewa Bank 8 12
Tillery, Den 1; second, Steve Gibbs, Carp's 8 12
Den 1; and third, Larry Scheffer, Roche Furniture ---1 19
Den 2. -,'
Awards were presented to Jerry
Shores, Wolf Badge, gold arrow
and denner's bar; Keith Tillery,
bear; Willard Burkett, wolf, gold
arrow and four silver arrows;
Steve Gibbs, gold arrow; Brad
Brown, gold arrow, five silver ar-
rows and assistant denner's bar;
Randy Carlisle, bobcat pin. 2
One year pens were presented to
Brad Brown, Willard Burkett and
,CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jackson wish
to thank everyone for being so
nice to them at the loss of their
home ,and the hospitalization' of '
Midget investments vl1O
It's getting harder and harder
these days t h a n k s to the
Latest fashions modeled here
by Sunken Gardens models
Nancy Pierce and Joseph
Burns from St. Petersburg,
Florida. Nancy appears to ap-
prove of the male-midi, be-
lieved to be catching on with
men. Joseph was unhappy
about the wolf whistles and
wise cracks he received but he
contends that the clothes are
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THE STAR, Port St. I., Fla. 32, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970
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St. Joe vs Florida High
* ** '. ,* '. / .
PORT ST. JOE SHARKS-Front row, left to right: Lawrence Bowen,
Barron Abrams, Mike White, Archie Shackleford, Marvin Adkins, Dan-
ny Etheridge, Mike Dickey, Tyler Smith, Bobby McKiernan, Marshall
Nelson, Greg Geodman and Steve Atchison. Second row: Thaddus
Russ, Perry Adkison, Chuck Roberts, Chris King, Terry Lovett, Norris
Langston, Arthur Shackleford, Steve Hattaway, Alan Hammock, Carl
Goodson, Gary Gaddis, Murray Smith and Kloskia Lowery. Back row:
Ken Sumner, Mike Nixon, Phil Earley, Robert Creamer, John Paul
Blount, Ken Whittle, John Scott, Rodney Nobles, Craig Davis, Jim
Faison, Charles Britt, Mike Wimberly and Eddie Holland.
Sept. 18-Wewahitchka ___ Home
Sept. 25-DeFuniak Springs Away
Oct. 2-Perry --------- Home
Oct. 9-Niceville Away
\Oct. 16-Florida High .... Home
Oct. 23-Gulf Breeze -- Home
Oct. 30-Blountstown -- Away
Nov. 6-Marianna ---- Away
Nov. 13-Quincy ---Home
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402 Fourth Street
Apalachicola Northern Railroad Co.
"Serving the Apalachicola Valley"
ARNOLD'S Furniture and'+V Co.
General Electric Appliances
BASIC MAGNESIA, Intc.
Division of BASIC, INC. p
Dairy Burger Sandwichl jhop
Meet Your Friends Here After t" Game
Butler's Restaurant and Lounge
Fine Steaks and Seafoods
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
"Your Rexall Store"
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
Two Pharmacists On Duty
Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
Savings Insured to $20,000
Hortense Pete Rocky
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"Your Store of Quality and Fashion"
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
"Pay Cash and Pay Less"
wing Port St. Joe Merchants
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
"Make Your House A Home"
DIXIE SEAFOOD MARKET
Fresh Seafood Daily
Quality Dry Cleaning
ST. JOE ECON-O-WASH
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Port St. Joe
E. F. GUNN CONSTRUCTION CO.
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
Your Independent Insurance Agency
HELENE'S BEAUTY SALON
MARVIN'S TV REPAIR
Color TV Repair Specialists
PATE'S SHELL SERVICE CENTER
PREVATT FUNERAL HOME
24-Hour Ambulance Service
Rhche's Furniture and Appliances
St. Joe Auto Parts Company
Your Genuine NAPA Parts Dealer
St. Joe Furniture and Appliance Co.
Over 25 Years of Service
ST. JO HARDWARE CO.
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO., Inc.
Your Natural @as Servant
SEWELL'S PURE SERVICE
Robert Sewell, Owner and Manager'
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
STANDARD OIL CO.
Western Auto Associate Store
GULF SERVICE STATION
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970 PAGE NINE
GEORGIA GRADE "B"
HUNT'SS TOMATO j-
.t,.. .5 btls. at this price with $10.00, Order or More
"NEST QUALITY BLEACH
Li. 1 jug a this low special price with $1000 Order or Mote
C OMA FROZEN
ounr -choice of delicious chicken, turkey or alisbury steak dinners
Syour choice of delicious chicken or turkey pot pies..
""ENDA SUE' "' ":": ,. '. "
ICE MILK 2
II Ctns. '*
Frosty Morn Shced
-' .Ibi. 69e
Whole or Half
First Cut Slab
Savoy Broils Cubed
" Eat Like Ham Hormel Smoked
PORK CHOPS --.------ Ib. 99c
CHOPPED SIRLOINS pkg. 99c
Jackson Best Smoked
WHOLE PICNICS----lb. 39c
SSliced PICNICS -----lb. 44c
Jackson Hot or Mild
SAUSAGEE lb. roll 49c
Swift's Premium Ready to Eat 3 Ib. can
Canned HAMS $2.99
As lean as the average chuck
GROUND BEEF ---- lb. 59c
RUMP ROAST----- lb. 89c
2 Ct. Sanitary apkins-eg.or .7.
super Kotex ,----
JTmbo olls Asst., white or dec.
Bounty Towels 3 for
: ,Georgia Grade "A"
r LARGE EGGSL
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QT. JAR '5
Giant Size 5 9
10 oZ. JAR 9
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Nabisco 15 oz. pkg.
Oreo Cremes ------.... 45c
Nabisco Chips Ahoy 1412 oz.
Choc. Chips -------- 49c
Pops-Rite Yellow 1 Ilb. bags
Popcorn ----2 bags 35c
Package of buttery seasoning enclosed
I Fresh Produce -
Ga. Red 5 b. bag
THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE!
FRUITCOCKTAIL--, -4 c
Stoke y TSmall Whole
White POTATOES----5 cans
__5 17 oz.
Stokely Cut or Jack and The Bean Stalk
GREEN BEANS -,-
Stokely French Style Sliced
GREEN BEANS ---
5 16 oz.
PORK & BEANS---5 oo,.
Stokely Dark Red
KIDNEY BEANS -----6
Cabbage --- ---
1 Lb. Bag
Firm, Pink Lb.
- Dairy Department -
8 oz. cans
Margarine -----b. 31c
Kraft Pure V2 gal.
Orange Juice ---.- 69c
Pleasure shop your friendly Piggly Wig.
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14 oz. bottle Listerine
Antiseptic ..-- .
Ex. Lge. Bti. Ban
3Ya oz. btL Vaseline
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i1st, 6th, 11th Week With every $7.50 Purchase
DINNER 'PLATE ('Reg.'99c 9c
2nd, 7th, 12th'Week With every $7.590,Purchase
DESSERT.'DISH (Reg. 59c) 9c
3rd, 8th, 13th Week-. With every $7.50 Purchase
COFFEE CUP (Reg.'79c) 9c
4th, 9th, 14th Week With every $7.50 'Purchase
i SAUCER (Reg. 59c), 9c
5th, 10th, 15th Week With every $7.50 Purchase
WREAD and BUTTER PLATE (Reg. 59c) 9c
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T;HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32454
'PAGE TEN TMi. STAR, Port 't. J.o. FPk'ds
Thanks To Johnny Appleseed
Swinging down the road scattering apple seeds, Johnny had
n idea how popular apples.would become. And a hit with the 't
dgert crowd, Apple Turnovers are a-proud tribute to this deli-
cious fruit. Convenient pi crust mix gives these turnovers a
te t6er, flaky crust. For a perfect flavor complement serve Apple
Turnovers with cheese. .
a Mks 8 turnovers
Apple il ng: 2 teaspoons grated lemon .
'4 cuppthinlyslied peel
' : .. ... .oong apples Crust:. /
2 tabespoonsbutter C '
I 2 margarine One Cpki.lao
e upwater .4 tablespoonswater
Teaspoon cinamon 8 teaspoon Urerantjfelly
yHeat oveai to hot (400F.). For apple filling, combine apples,
*battsugar, water, cinnamon and lemon peel in saucepan. Cook
Sover low heat until liquid is almost absorbed, stirring fequently.
(Mixture wilresemble appesauce.) ,
For crust, empty contents of package into bowl. Sprinkle water.
by tablespoons over mix; xtir with fork until just dampened.
For 'into ball. (If too dry, ad a little more water )
Divide into 8 equal parts. Roll ut each part..on "ghloy floured
board orcanivasoforma64iv' circle.'laieea tablespnful
of the apple filling n bottom half of each clrcle top with a
teaspoon of currant jelly. Fold -e top half Of eah circle over
the apple filling; seal edges and prick tops.
Bake on ungreased cookie sheet In p t e (4000F.)
about 80 minutes'pr until golden brown. Cool S'rve ith cheese.
Poor Diet and Malnutrition Blamed for
Increase'In Number of Deaths In Florida
Jacksonville Both births anid tion should be a major concern in
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970
October Is Considered A Good
Month To Take Up Gardening
shrubs as abelia, flowering quince
poinsettia, hibiscus, turk's-cap, cre-. L.
pe-myrtle,' privets, pomegranate,t
A few of the many other active7
ties include planting Italian ry4.
Kentucky blue or red top grass in
1.q'M~ fn ip~ w~r i ..-C~'V
w woua ns xor greenery winter color;
planting cool weather vegetables;
October, among other things, is approach. Some taller growing an- ,ing this you m ght also add 51 Now is the time to make hard- and digging and storing caladium
the month of marriages. It is se- nuals for the back areas of the"Pounds of superphosphate per 100 wood cuttings of such popular bulbs..
cond to June in popularity. garden are, delphinrum, larkspur, square feet of bed area.
If prior commitments prevent cleome and hollyhock.
marriage, you can at least fall in 'In the center rows and toward Transplanting from the flat to T ,
love with gardening, because grow-, the front consideri the medium the flower bed is-a test of your County Teachers, Pupils Participate
ing flowers won't make you a biga- height plants. Petunias,, calendulas, green thumb. rS tat
mist. : ageratum, didicus, gypsophilla, lin- To make the honor roll, pick a n State Drug Education rlll
Also, license to garden won't re- aria and carnations are examples. nice cool, cloudy evening, after a
quire a blood test, but once you For low edging you might use al- rain. Use care in handling the An 11-county conference on drug Tanton, Wewahitchka High; Wil-
get gardening in your blood you lyssum, verbena, phlox or some of seedlings. Break off as few roots education was held at Florida State liam H. Linton and Laura A. Ged-
will never become divorced from the dwarf nasturiums. as possible; don't expose them to' University on October 13 and 14. die, county office.
the hobby. With up to 100 annuals to choose direct sunlight or the air for a Sponsored by the Florida State Col- Representing community and or
Regardless of your amorous situa- from, it shouldn't be a problem to long period; don't set plants too lege of Education andR the State g presenting community and or.
tion, if you're going to have a top-, fill the garden with many kinds of' deeply, and give them partial shade Department of Education the pur- Consultant, Guidance and Counsel.
notch flower garden this fall and colorful plants, until they have a chance to recover pose of the ^conference was to ex- ing; Robert Harden and Ruby Gil
winter, now's the-time to plan the -After sowing the seeds in flats, from the shock of transplanting. plore ways to educate children and bert, Gulf County Health Depart-
planting layout. and while you are waiting for, them I to edua t ldr aannd n
For best posing of color, locate to reach transplanting size, prepare To insure the best possible adults to the dangers of drug abuse, meant and Rev. Bob Johnson, Gulf
the annual flowers so they bloom the flower beds. growth, keep the soil moist. When Counties represented at the con- County clergy.
in front of a back. drop'of green First turg the soil with a spade two or more true leaves appear, ference were Calhoun, Frnklin,
foliage. This technique will mak or other tool. Remove all weeds, feed the plants with about 3 pounds Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Jefferson, .
the colors show up vividly. sticks,.stones, dog bones and other of 6-8-6 (N-P-K) fertilizer per 100 Leon, Liberty, Madison Taylor and P NE 9^
Also in selecting the plOd re- debris and then rake the area in- square feet of bed area. In sqme Wakulla. Participating from Gulf ',
member that for the best color most to a loose mixture for good aeration cases you may need to make a s- and representing the school system Stand Tall
annuals must'have a full five.hour and drainage. cond fertilizer application prior toEnglish, Port St. Joe
sunbathday. If available, it will pay to work owering. were Harvey English, Port St. Joe In Florida's
Next comes the vexing problem into the top six inches of the soil ACTIVITIES High; Donnie Maddox, Port St. Joe
of what to plant. Choosing plants some grass clippings, compost or This is a busy month for garden- High student body; Frank Barnes, I Futue
by heights is one problem-solving other organic materials. While do-, ers. .Port St. Joe Elementary; Jerry
deaths are on the increase again in the area of public health."
Florida with five of the nine ma- Dr. Sowder said that lack of
jor causes of death related in one knowledge,' not lack of resources,
way, or another to poor diet and was the major,' problem. "Florida
malnutrition ,according to a quart- is a bread basket for the nation,"
early report released by the state Dr. Sowder saed. "We have the fish-
Division of Health. ,. ing industry, beef, citrus and milk
Concerned health officials are producers are among the best in
convening a state conference on the nation." He pointed out milk.as
Food, Nutrition and Health in Win- an excellent- food, ,available to all
ter Park October 13 and 14 as a at low cost "but terribly under
task' force to study the effect of utilized by the average person."
poor nutrition on Floridians, and Dr. Sowder said he hoped the
to search for ways to resolve poor' upcoming conference, to be at-
diet problems. tended by 300 laymen, health spe-
In view of the problems and the cialists and medical people, would
conference, Governor Claude Kirk "show the route we must take to
proclaimed Octobeir as Nutrition provide good nutrition for all of
Month in Florida. the people of Florida."
Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, director He said a small percentage of
of the Division of, Health, said the the population have nutritional pro-
latest vital statistics show heart blems because they are poor. "But
&ease, cancer, stroke and acci- we have as many or more problems
dents as the top four causes' of among the affluent who don't eat
death in Florida. properly," he said. "Among all, our
He said diseases of early infancy, top killer is heart disease, and poor
cirrhosis of the liver and diabetes eating habits play a major rolein
mellitus were three more of the ti
top nine causes, and all of these as I
well as heart disease and stroke / CLASSIFIED 'ADS
have a relation to- diet either by
cause or as treatment. "Midget Investments With
"There's no way to get around' Giant Retutns"
it," Dr.'Sowder said, "poor nutri-
and over 500 million dollars...
to make sure it,
goes on for you.
That a light bulb will light is usually just taken
for granted. But not here at Florida Power. We're doing
plenty to make, sure your electricity is there -
work night and day in all types of weather to
make sure our service to you
is the best possible.
- helping to build better communities
My deep and sincere appreciation to those who
supported me in the September 29 election.
I assure ALL the citizens of-Bay, Gulf and Cal-
,houn Counties that I will do everything in my
power to make you a representative of whom you
will be proud.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970 PAGE ELEV~hn
ICH and SONS IGA
- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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AEROSOL --'14 Oz. Can
PARADISE STRAWBERRY 2 Lb. Jar
OVERNITE Pkg. of12
SUNSHINE KRISPY 1 Lb. Box
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO No. 1 Cans
TABLERITE SMOKED PICNIC
SCOTTIES 200 Ct Pkg.
s T ER FRESH
BOSTON BUTT ROAST Ib. 49c
PORK STEAKS---I--b. 58c
TABLERTE ALL MEAT
KRAFT Reg. Pkgs.
2 for 49c GERBER STRAINED BABY
Baby Food 5
^ < ROBERTS 16 oz.
a1 tl VANILLA WAFERS
12 oz. 49c
lb. 69c T ALEm N 2
SICED BACON 2 lbs. $1.39
TABLERITE Z RESH
GROUND BEEF -3 lbs. $1.59
CHUCK STEAK----lb. 68i
SPECIAL FOR OCTOBER 14, 15, 16 and,17
THE HOME of LOW,
LOW, IGA PRICES
"DON'T PICK UP A STRANGER" ANTI FREEZE, 1 Gal.
PR STONE $1.89
Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order
1 doz. Eggs FREE
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
? DOZ. LARGE 2 DOZ. MED. 3 DOZ. SMALL
99C 89c 99C
SHOWBOAT PORK and No. 2% Cans
BEANS 4 For- $1.00
DEL MONTE FRUIT
- 46 Oz. Cans
APALACHEE BAY 20 Oz. Pkg.
Reg. $1.39 Breaded Ready-to-Fry PIECES of
4 lbs. $1.00
FALL GARDEN TIME IS HERE SHOP RICH'S FOR YOUR COMPLETE GARDEN
VARIETY of SEEDS, ONION SETS, LOT and COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER
KRAFT SOT EPARKAY
VELVEETA CHEESE -... 2 lb. pkg. 99c
BALLARD ORANGE or CINNAMON 8 et. cans
DANISH ROLLS ----- 2 cans 49c
SUPREME ROUND HALF GALLON
MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS-
For A Beautiful Winter Lawn
Winter Rye Seed
Carrots _-_ 2
- Ib. 1Oc
U. S. NO. 1
IRISH POTATOES-- 50 lb. bag $2.49
TURNIPS, MUSTARD Large Bunches
Ice Cream 79c Fresh Greens
IGA CONCENTRATED 12 Oz. Cans
ORANGE JUICE -------3 cans 89c
MORTON'S 11 oz. pkgs.
FROZEN DINNERS-----2 pkgs. 89c
ALABAMA VINE RIPE
3 bags $1.00
47 C Tender Yellow
Ib. 19c. Golden Ripe
l, 197C BANANAS ----l Ib. 12c
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
Compare Prices Take IGA Low Nat.Ad. You
Home the Savings Price Price Save
1 Lb., 8 Oz. I I
Sandwich Bread 31c 39c 8c
HAMBURGER or i
Hot Dog Buns 25c 31c 6c
BREAD 25c 34c 9c
Brown and Serve
ROLLS 31c 35c 4c
Raisin ROLLS 33c 39c 6c
French Bread 25c 33c 8c
Rye Bread 25c 39c 14c
SAVE CASH AT RICW'S -- NOT STAMPS
t LB. CAN 79O
With $10.00 .Order
PAGE -TV THE STAR. Port 9 -, Fla. 32456 "THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1970
* For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and;the personal attention you
can always depend upon,'bring your prescriptions to
OUR ex PHARMACY
Buzzett's Drug t
317 Williams Avenue Phone
Drive-In Window Service
Plenty of Frwe Pa
S Is headquia t ri, 6 a
,only famous brand na
need to wait for those e
STAMP PADS and INK
SCRATCH PADS, all sizes
And A Host of Other,
"Publishers of Your Home-T
Completing package for No. 140 In-
Or the equivalent of the above.
Bids will be received until Oc-,
tober 27, 1970, at 7:30 o'clock, P.VM
Port St. Joe time, at the Office of
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Port .
The Board of County Commis. St. Joe, Florida. "cJ
sioners of Gulf County will receive The Board reserves the right. 1'&
sealed bids from any person, com- reject any and all bids.
pany, or corporation interested in BOARD of COUNTY
selling the County the following COMMISSIONERS
described' personal property: Gulf County
.One (1) International tractor Mo- By: Walter Graham, Chmn.
del 140 with deluxe seat; industrial 2t-10-15
rear tires 12.4x24 with Muti-rib *--
front tires 5.50x15.
One (1) No. 1000 loader with CLASSIFIED ADS!
bucket. Midget Investments That Yield
One (1) No. C-2 Danco 42 inch Giant Retumal
center mounted rotary cutter %with
Say You Saw It In The Star -
LETTER HEADS -- ENVELOPES BILL HEADS
CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS
BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTING
227-371 ossine d -
rking L Port St. Jo0Is "Sharkettes" are again organized and eady to g *L
perform at various events throughout the school year. The group
of young girls -will perform at athletic events (including "Home- i i "
coming" Friday) 'parades and other events during the year. B veryV O dy Rea s em
r The'organizaion is show above and includes, front row, left -
to right. Vicki Bss, Terry Chason, Dolores Dickey, Pamela'Burch FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house,block GARAGE SALE: Household items, LOST: 1 lemon-white and one liver-
S and Dianne Varnes. Second row, Andreameta ak, Janie Cathey, and stueo, carpet and.air con. t fans, beds, sewing machine, of- white bird dogs. Each have col-
S:.1 .... ^. A I ,' ',_-m ditioned. 523 7th St 227.3067. :tfe fice desk., Several items at bargainI lars. One with 'T. W. Hinote 9-6361'
S Wyvonne Grinfn, Nancy Money- and Debbie Hamnx4., Third; prices; 506 8th Street. Saturday, Oc- and other, "C. G. Costin, Sr. 7-
.AJ L Sherry Chason,. Brenda Redmon and Katie Pyle.. Back ro, Lanette FOR SAL.E: 8 room house on t*o tober 17, 9 to 12 noon. Phone 227- 8111" engraved on collars. Finder
A.M 1 Hicks, Carme "4 Gant, Brenda Weeks, Judy SchweikertndPhy lots. 1 corner lot and house 5382. tp call 229-3626. tfc-10-8
T BABY SInihed. 4hross hwy. in front oAB.my e, day
SP.M. Thomason. : I and hyl school in Wewahitchka. Mrs. Rosa LADIES BABY SITTING in y home, day
P.M. Stevens. tfc-5-21, OWN/YOUR OWN PIXIE SHOP or night. Call Mrs .Lollie 227-
Officers of the group include Pamela Burch, Captain and Joy with a complete line of popular 8472. 4tp-10-1
Parker, Co-Captain. --Star photo FOR RENT: Trailer spaces. 1 bed. priced dresses, sportswear and
I room trailer for 1 or 2 adults, shoes for ladies and girls can be WANTED
_mmmum__.r Call 648-4351. 'tfc-10-15 yours. We assist you in renting your TIMUER TO CUT
------^-= -. -- building, purchase and set up your TI TO CUT
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished fixtures and complete, training. I large or small tracts
r eSt NOteS n HiH. Call H. A. Forrester, 648- $3500.00. 10,000.00 merchandise CALL 648-4847
., 4030. ( 4tc-1015 on consignment at our risk. Over tfc RAYMOND HARDY 10-15
b CHARLE R. REEVES 100 small town shops throughout .
I' 1 County Frester FOR RENT: Furnished apartments the South. Only one franchise per
t and trailer space. Bo's Wimico town. RANGERSWANTED: 2 years skill.
Have :you ever seen a tree, die Lodge, White City. Phone-229-2410. Write or call COLLECT: ed trade. High school education
almost before your eyes. Well, tfe-8-13 .Miss Ingram or equivalent. Apply St. Joseph
it can and does.happen...OR RENT: Apartment..510.8 P.0. Box'51429 State Pak. 3te-10-1
Sinageit can and does happen. FOR RENT: Apartment 510 8th Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32250 ,
:g One day that stately pine is heal- St. Phone Jean Arnold, 648-4800. Phone: 904-246-7462 WANTED: Housekeeper position,.
tt age -thy as can be. And the next day- part time or full time. Will also
so .it.eems-there it stands FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot- FOR SALE: 5 year old mare. Good care for the elderly, day or night.
al Se orso it sees- ere it stands Reasonable monthly shape, gentle. $175.00. Call 29- Call 648-3337. 4te-10-15
man." bro and lifeless against Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tf-8-13 465 tp 'WANTED: Good refrigerator for
., What' ".Iappened? What causedI FIREWOOD. Get it now before cold Garden Center. Phone 227-3102.
this demise of: a growing, living FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house. Ap- weather arrives. $20.00 pick-upCenter. Phone 227102.
thing? The tree's downfall was j ply at Smith's Pharmacy. Phone load. Phone 227-7772. tfc-10-15 -
brought about by a tiny insect call-227-5111. tfc-9-17 BICYCLE 'REPAIRS
ed the Ips beetle one of the FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- AIR CONITe re NING and ap229-6 BUILT ICYCL
smallest, yet most relentless ene- ed house located in Port St. Joe. ... Te In tide
mies of the Florida pine. Also unfurnished houses in Beach New and Used
This insect attacks all species of area. United Farm Agency. Jean ADIES JOHNNIE'S TRIM SHOP
pines in Florida, killing more tim- 'Arnold, Rep. 648-4800. tfc-9-17 am ow servicing wigs and l 10 4th St. Ph. 227-2001
ber than a"y other single pest. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house fur- you have human hair or syn-
They attack trees 'weakened by wished or unfurnished in White etic which you would like SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
o natural or man-made causes such City. See Mrs. Gary Davis or call ,o have serviced quickly \at Iuord Griff. Phone 229-2937
as over mature or crowded stands,229-2711. 4tp-10-1 ow prices I 22941007.'
as over mature or crowded stands, CALL 229-3311 or 2274853
lightning, fire, drought, flooding, FOR RENT: Beach ,cottage at St. 9.24 JANICE STOKES tfe REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
Swind, logging or construction. Joe Beach. 2 bedrooms. Furnish- bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
te W These black to dark reddish. ,ed. Call 227-7636 after 4:00 p.m. THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your lo- pills". Campbell's Drug. 8t-9-17
Sbrownbeetles vary in size from MUST SELL: 35 foot 8 foot Spar- cal dealer for PHENTEX YARN, TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
3/16 to 1/4 inch in length. The tan trailer. Completely furnished has a large selection of yarn for and removed or trimmed. Call
adults not fully mature are found carpet. For information call 229 your knitting an crochet eeds. 653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachiola
D,-10-15 We nave many giAl items at the
under the bark and are usually yel- 2981. 2tp-1015 COTTAGE SHOPPE, red and white
lowish to light brown. The eggs FOR SALE: 8 sleeper camper. $1,. building on'iway 98, Beacon Hill.OR
your office supply needs, ,We stock Usualy me first indicationlo 200.00. Phone 227-7772 t1015 WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy. AMBULANCE SERVICE
me in quality office supplies No Usuay the first indication of OR SALE: 1964 Volkswagen. Re- press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos.
es in quality o ce supplies No an Ips attack is a small mass of, built motor. Good condition. Call 1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly 'In Wewhitchka and
everyday office needs. Callias today! pitch and boring dust varying in Rev. C. Byron Smith at 227-4451 or no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, hard-
color from white to brown. Pine 227-5041. $600.00. 10-8 ware and appliances. PRIDGEON Port St. Joe A
oFR AE 15 F BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitchb
INDEX CARDS, all sizes needles turning brown may also FOR SALE: 1956 Ford. Ideal for a. tc-l-11 -- CALL -
be evidence of their presence. making beach buggy. Extra rims
SCARD FILES, wood & metal An attack may kill only one or included., In running condition. $50. FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call Comforter Funeral Home
a ew trees in any area; however, iCall 229-6164. tp Emory Stephens. Free estimate
POST BINDERS if conditions are satisfactory and FOR SALE: 1963 Ford %-ton pick- ee ow n ymeanPhonmaterial227 227511
no control is forthcoming they may up. Steel body. Engine rebuilt 19f tfec
LEDGER SHEETS destroy many hundreds of valuable July '70. $600. Call 227-8307. 2tp
STAPLES trees. 'FOR SALE: 1962 Fairlane Ford V-8 Our Number Has Been Changed r
If the tree under attack is ob.1 Good condition. Call Charlie Wall RAY'S TRIM SHOP C. P. Etheredge
ad ds227-4331. t-10-8 Complete Upholstery Service
viously dying and adult beetles 227-1. -10- We aimto please you 518 Third Street
j GEM CLIPS, FASTENERS have not emerged, it might be well FOR SALE: 1967 Simca. Very ec- Every Time" Port St. Joe, PIe.
to cut and spray or burn the tree onomical. $400. Call 229-6129 af- 602 Garrison Ave.
LEGAL and LETTER PADS to help prevent further spread of ter 5:00 p.m. ltp Phone 229-6326 Plumbing and
the infestation. i FOR, SALE: Garden tractor, elec- --- Electrical Contractor
^' MACHINE RIBBONS The best bet would be to consult' tric start, with mower, disk, bot- Call 229-496 for Free Estimate
a professional forester. He will be tmornplow and cultivatoroattach- -
DUPLICATOR FLUID r : ments. All in good condition. J. T.
able to furnish the information you Wood, 906 10th Street. 2tp-10-15 RADIO and TV REPAIR R.A.M..-Regular convocation on St.
A PECILS, ERASES need.a J PHONE 229-108 Joseph Chapter No. 56, RA.M.,
PENCILS, ERASERS need. FOR SALE: 12' bateau, 2 years old. PHONE 229108 A1t and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
Registered 1970-71. $50. 129 Hun- 1319 McClellan Ave. companions welcome.
ter Circle. '227-3346. ltp ROY BURCH, H. P.
ffice Needs F--SALE: 14' skiff boat with WALTER GRAHAM, See.
Office Needs high sides, $45.00. 1958 %-ton YourSHERWIN-WILLIAMS WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
S Ford pick-up, $225. 1969 Honda 160 PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
IS N cc. Very good condition, $395. Cash. iLg second and fourth Tuesday
Call Vick Burke, 229-2757, White nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion.
e City. ltp Home.
FOR SALE: Re-upholstered couch. THERE WILL BE a regular ConD*
Antique design. Like new, $75.00. THE munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
A0mumaCan be seen at White City Grocery EARTH No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
TRor phone 229-2106. Itp and third Thursday at 8.00 p.m.
FURNITURE: Coffee tables, bed- ,
brown Newspaper" 0" side tables at savings. Cabinet 6
806 WITIXTAMS AVE. work. Many pieces of small furni- HURLBUT FURNITURE
A"nu 'mf ture. See at shop, 405 Madison St., and APPLIANCES JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, WJL
g Oak Grove. Picture frames also. n06 Reid Ave. PERY J. M LAN Secty,
'.- William Hall, 229-6159. 4tp-10-15 PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHI
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School ..............-- -- 9;45
Morning Worshi ....----- 11:00
Evening. Worship .....-. 7.. :00
Methodist Youth Fellowship ...............--. 8:00
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Stil Survive