The star
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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1970
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


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School Board Enlists Aid of

Law to Control Violence

et us

ive Thanks

We, too, have'a

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,.tankful for this Thanksgiving for

our nation and, its prosperity, for our
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hard working, self-reliant citizens, for

our high standard of living and for

the great challenge our country

Gulf County School Board disturbances, someone innocent
members, Gulf County Sheriff B. may be hurt. That is the-way it
E. Parker and Port .St. Joe Po- is in a fighting crowd. We won't
lice Chief H. W. Griffin met in have time to determine whb is
A, strategy session Sunday after- innocent or guilty on the spot,
noon to draw up an organized but we will stop, by. any means
plan of curtailing the spread of necessary, any disturbance that
fighting in Port St. Joe High breaks out."
School. D ean made his statement in a
"r Three fights have broke out way of warning to parents that
in the school, during the pqt two some students may receive rough
weeks, and officials are .-aking treatment in such a situation who
steps to stop the incidents be- may not be direct involved.
ore they spread into an uncoin- Dean emphasized that the en-.
i.trollable situation. forcement officers wOUld (be as,
; Although the first two' fights "gentle as they will let ils b,
'had only a. fe students involv'- ad as fough as they force uis
ied, a fight Friday afternoon was tdibe". '
iof larger proportions And onebby e raig arked o thte I Iob pe n
receivedd a cut on the head 're- i the'training ofthe schoblper,
quiring a trip to-,the hospital for sbAbl to control this sort b sit-`
u'stitches. The Bbard and' law ofi- untion. "We are trained to 'edu-
cials have, in effect, said: "That's *cate and we are asking for this
far enough" and Suiday's meet- aid in keeping order so tWe may
inig set' up a course of action to
police the school and its activt-.

do our job."
Both the Sherif's Department
and Police Department agreed to
provide protection "as long as
necessary" and provided the
school people with ai number; to
)dial which would reach police
and Sheriff units quickly through
two-way radio if trouble should
break out.
The Board was unanimous in
its support of Principal Zack
Wuthrich and his handling of a
ticklish situation. Craig had a
folder containing papers to 'ex-
pell or suspend about 20 students
-intolved in the figtiig .inci-
.Sheriff Parker, asked "f'or the
eobperatibn of parents, black,and
white in backing up law enjorce-
nilent action and urging Studeits
to maintain a peaceful atmos-

, offers. We also give thanks for our

God and our oppunity to worship Him

as we see fit.

for His many

We are thankful, too,

blessaia upon us.


Brownie, Scouts of Troop 245,' had .their In-
vestiture Service last Thursday sight, held in the
Elementary School Cafeteria. Brownls in the-
Iservice, were, front .row, left to right: Debbie Pat-
terpon, Jennie Maddox, cey Tharpe, Ginger


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The hew wflf ioo00
p.in, an4 .Vill abig
events wilh,'ibbobs opi s
being presented to s. freS
Lions will also :hol g ish
fry and sell char nam r-
bers "at te concession stand.
Mopey Iraised from the horsey
show will go to the sight conser.
ovation program, .

IEmergency Loans Available In Gulf

-Three percent Emergency
loans are now available in Gulf
County through the local Farm-
ers Home tAdministration Office
at the County Agent's office in
the Gulf County Courthouse, C.
E. Snell, Assistant County Super-
- visor announced this week.
Mr. Snell said Phe Secretary of
Agriculture Clifford M. Hardin
has designated Alachua, Bay, Ba---
ker, Bradford, Calhoun, Colum-
bia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Gulf, Ham-
ilton, Holmes Jackson, Jefferson,
La ayette Leon Levy, Madison,
1Marion Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
Stwannnee, Taylor, Union,, Wal-'
.tq, Washington' and Wakulla as,

an Emergency loan area because
of damage to the 1970 corn crop
by the southerncorn leaf blight.
This action authorizes emer-
;-gency loans at three percent in-
terest to eligible farmers who
are unable to obtain credit from
their regular sources to continue
normal operations, providing the
blight damaged crop loss is sub-
.stantial in relation to total farm
income for the crop year. If a
farmer has had a high percent-
.age of damage to his corn crop
but the amount of this damage
is. not substantial in relation to,
Sthe income from his total farm-
ing operation, he can't qualify for,.

an emergency loan. However,
where an aplicant has qualifying
losses to his corn crop in rela-
tion to his total farming opera-
tion, he may be considered for
an emergency loan to finance
such operations.
Initial loans for new applicants
will not be approved after June
30, 1971
Eligibility is determined by a
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Dan Bolden Is

Tain by Death

Da4 Bolden, age 65, of Port St.
'-Joe, died Saturday in a Tallahas-
see hospital. He had been a res-
ident of Port St. Joe for the past
30 years and was a retired school
-bus driver. He was an active
member"and deacon of'the Phila-
delphia Primitive Baptist Church.
Funeral services will be held
from the Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist Church Sunday, Novem-
ber 29 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. G.
Wilson officiating assisted by
Rev. L. Allen.
'Bolden is survived by his wife
Mrs. Iris Bolden; one son, Ed-
ward of Port St. Joe; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Irene Addison, Mrs.
Eva M. Pittman and Miss Virginia
M. Bolden, all of Port St. Joe;
four sisters, Mrs. Louise Smith of
Mobile, Ala., Mrs. Annie White
of Picayune, Miss., Mrs. Amanda
McCafin of Chicago, Ill., and Mrs.
Olestor Jackson of Milton; one
daughter-in-law, one son-in-law,
seven brothers-in-law, eight sis-
ters-in-law, 19 grandchildren and
a host of nieces, nephews, cousins
and friends.
Interment will be in Forest Hill
The body will lie in state at
the Chapel from 10:00 a.m. until
7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Comforter Funeral Home will
be in charge of arrangements.

Lou Little, president of the
Port St. Joe Quarterback Club,
announced this week that a reg-
ular membership meeting, of. the
organization wilt be held next
Tuesday night at 8:00 pam.
The meeting will be held in
the Commons area of the Port St.
Joe High School. All interested
citizens are. invited and, urge& to

First Deer Killed

David Whitield of Howard's Creek shot this big 10-point b.ck
about daybreak Saturday morning to take the first deer in. Golf
County- in the ,1970-71 hunting season. The buck will killed op
the Howard Creek Road msamp. Also in the party with Whitflel,
were Ray Walding, James Horton, T. D. Whitfield, Lawson Whitfield,
David. Welch, Wayne Nichols, Ben Scott and Julian McNeill., .
-Star photo

FHP Says 35 Will Die On Hiways

Traffic accidents :will claim
the lives of 35 people in Florida
during the Thanksgiving holiday
period unless motorists and pe-
destrians put forth an extra ef-
fort to prevent them, the Florida

Highway Patrol said yesterday.
"The countdown begins at
6:00 p.m., Wednesday, November
25 and ends midnight, Sunday,
November 20," according to Col-
onel Reid Clifton, director of the

Last year, 31 traffic fatalities
were recorded during the 102
hour period.
The Thanksgiving holiday per-
iod is one of the heaviest traf-
fic holidays of the year and high-
ways will be jammed with mot-
orists headed for visits with
friends and relatives to enjoy
the traditional "turkey and trim-
The Patrol urged motorists
who plan to travel during this
time to leave home with a plan-
ned trip and to be certain that
plenty of time is allowed for a
safe return trip home.
"To help avoid becoming a
holiday statistic, maintain a safe
speed at all times, follow at a
safe distance, watch for no pas-
sing zones and avoid drinking
when you drive," concluded Col-
onel Clifton.

Burge, Jckie., Brogdon, Laurie Smith, Linda
Jackson andLeslie Costin. Back row, left to right:
Cindy Murdock, Joanne Freeman, Jeanine Han-,
son, Amy Culpepper, Sydna Anchors, Leanne Par-,
rott, Donna -Patterson and Regina Dean.

Cigarette taxes, received by
the City of Port St. Joe from
the State of Florida in Novem-
ber, took a jump of $960.00 over
the same month a year ago. The
November check paid the City
was from September sales and
was for $5,415.01. November, a
year ago, the City received $4,-
455.95 from, the same source of
The City of Wewahitchka re-
ceived $1,921.44 against $1,113
for the same month a year ago.

A. R. Brautigan, Executive Di-
rector of the Department of Bus-
iness Regulation reported that
net cigarette tax collections for
the month.of September amount-
ed to $9,892044.97. A total of
$371,945 was distributed to coun-
ties and $5,539,631.99 went to
qualified municipalities.
Gulf County received $850.59
in the tax distribution. Gulf re-
ceived $685.42 for the same
month last year.


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City Receives Increase of $960 In

Cigarette Tax Over September '69

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Everything is farther than it used to be. It's twice
as far from my house to the station now, and they've added
a hil that y've just noticed. The trains leave sooner, too,
but I've given up running for them because they go faster
than they used to.
Seems to me they are making staircases steeper than
in the old days. The risers are higher and there are more
of.them, because I've noticed it's harder td make two at a
time. It's all one can do to make one step at a time.
Have you noticed the small print they are using
lately? ,Newspapers are getting farther and farther away
when I hold them, anid I have to squint to make out the
nevs., Now it's ridiculous to suggest that a person of my
ago needs glasses, but it's the only way I can find out.
what's going on without someone's reading aloud to me,
and that isn't much help because everyone seems to speak
in such low voice that I can scarcely hear.

Times sure are changing. The material in my clothes,
I notice, shrinks in certain places (you know, like around
the waist, or in the seat). Shoe laces.are so short they


are next to impossible to reach.
Even the weather is changing. It's getting colder in
winter and the summers are hotter than in the. good old
days. Snow is so much heavier when I attempt to shovel
it, and rain is so much wetter that I have to wear rubbers.
I guess the way they build windows now makes drafts
more severe.
People are changing, too. For one thing they are
younger than they used to be when I was their age. On
the other hand, people my own age are -so much older
than I am. I realize that my generation is approaching
middle age.
I ran into my roommate 'the other night, and he had
changed so much that he didn't recognize me.. "You've
put on a little weight, Bob," I said. "It's this modern
food," Bob replied. "It seems to be more fattening."
I got to thinking about poor Bob this morning while I
was shaving. Stopping 'for a moment, I looked at my
own reflection in 'the mirror. They don't use the same
kind of glass in mirrors any more.

THE STAR. Port St. Joe, FIc. 32456THURSDAY, NOVEq^tR P6, 1970


Let's Be Thankful

It was 350 years ago, on a cold November 11, 1620,
when the Pilgrims set their hands .and seal to a document
with words etched into the' rock of history:
"Having undertaken for the glory of God, and advance-
ment of the Christian Faith, and honour of our King and
Country, a voyage to plant the first colony in the Nor-
thern parts of Virginia, do by these presents solemnly
and mutually in the presence of God and one another,
covenant, and combine ourselves together into a civil
body politic, for our better ordering and" preservation,
and furtherance of the ends aforesaid; and by virtue here-
of to enact, constitute, and frame such just and equal
laws, ordinances, acts, constitutions, and offices, from
time to time, as shall be thought most meet and covenient
for the general good of the colony, unto which we promise'
all due submission and obedience.- .
This was not just a "covenant", or agreement, be-
tween the colonists; it ,was a covenant'with God himself,
the architect, builder and ruler of the universe.
The idea of covenanting was nothing new to the Pil-
grims; it had been a practice of long standing, and it
was to c ntinue all throughout, the founding of America.
All through the early documents, leading to the American
Revolution, the Declaration ofI dependence, and the Con-

stitution of the United States, one finds frequent reference
to the "laws of God", or the "laws, of Nature", or the
"laws of the Universe"; terms which seemed to be used
interchangeably. We read that the founding fathers
"searched the scriptures" to seek out the guidelines where-
by the laws of the land would be in conformity with, in
tune with, and in accord with the Laws of God. The theory
was that a nation so tuned into, or geared with, the inexor-
able and perfect laws of God, would be a successful, nation,
a functioning society.
Fifty years before the Mayflower Compact, we find,
in the year 1570, a pronouncement of faith which reads:
"We believe the Word of God, contained in the Old and
New Testament, to be a perfect rule of faith and man-
ners ." .And nearly five generations later, in 1772,
Samuel Adams was to write:
"The right to freedom being thp gift of God Almighty
.. may best be understood by 'reading and carefully
studying the institutes of the Great Law Giver ... which
are to be found clearly written and promulgated in the
New Testament." ,
These were the ideas which constitute the foundation
of America and for which we can truly be thankful for
during this season and afl during life.



Lack of transportation is one
of the most difficult problems
facing senior citizens today.
When a person who has driven
an' automobile all his life and
has come to accept this mode of
transportation as natural and nor-
nial'pd6cedure,'the sudden loss of
this advantage is a tragic exper-
ience. : /
Not to be able to jump in the
family car and drive to the gro-
cery, the drug store or doctor is
beyond comprehension until it
actually happens.
The problem exists in every
large city and in many smaller
communities. While bus trans-
portation is available in most

towns, bus routes are not design-
ed to aid the elderly. They travel
main arteries from outlying dis-
tricts to' city centers and seldom
*directly 'reach stores 'and shop-
Sping" centers. -Bus fares, like
'taxis, make such 'travel beyond
the ineans of the average oldster'
who'must live on a 'very limited
Some communities are making
a sincere effort to meet the sit-
uation: and provide older folks
with transportation that is con-
venient with fares within their
means. I
Orlando, for example, along
with a number of other commun-
ities, offers free bus rides to el-

Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R B. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
14 PosTomcE Box 308 PRONEx 227-8161

entered as secondclaas matter, December 19, 198, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 187.9.

OUT OF COUNTY On Year, S4.00 OUTF One Year. .00
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or ommelsoona ti .adveisepents, the pubUsdIe
d6 aot' hld themsve liable for damage further than amount received for sobh

M T i fpoke w nd Is given scant attention; the printd word i tI*hiity
wa d.l The spoken word barely asserted; r p word t osff." ep-
taaws. T% ppokta word Is lost; the drnted .1 =
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derly citizens, with buses routed
to and from shopping centers.
Merchants pay all or part of the
Other cities offer reduced fares
to oldsters who show medicare
cards. Detroit, where the regular
bus fare is 30 cents, makes a 10
cent rate..New York offers rides
at 15 cents, half the regular fare.
271,0001 elderly riders are carried
every week at half fare. In San
Francisco, 'a 'person cafi show
their medicare card and ride for
five cents.
Chicago has sought to meet the
problem with a service called
dial-a-bus, which combines, the
convenience of a taxi with low
bus fares. You phone in and are
picked up by a small cruising
bus that stops at shopping cen-
ters ,social centers and medical
centers. 40,000 persons are car-
ried by this method. These small,
easy to enter, van type buses
make 'the rounds of rest homes,
retirement centers and private
Homes in given areas.
A -town in Maryland provided
six surplus school buses to re-
tiree organizations at $350 each.
Refurbishing brought the cost
for each 30-passenger bus up to
about $1,000 each. Regular door
to door runs collect elderly con-
sumers and deliver them to var-
ious centers at 16 cents a ride.
The cost is split between the
riders and the county.
While many oldsters are still
physically able to drive their own
cars and. pass required' examina-
tions, present day high insurance
costs, along with car upkeep, is
beyond their means.
In an attempt to help solve
this problem, the American Asso-
ciation of Retired Persons offers
a non-cancellable insurance pol-
icy to members who take and suc-
cessfully pass a defensive driver
course and meet physical require-
In some communities, neigh-


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4Qo0,&t~ LaCe

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materials we use are especially selected to give exceptionally long wear with minimum maintenance
and, best of all, you can really have a substantial savings by finishing some of the inside yourself.
Let Jim Walter do the hard part -finish the outside and as much of the inside as you say.Then you
take over and finish the rest yourself. You'll really save BIG on the best investment you can make
today your new home.

to qualified property owners
> l / I We finance the homes we buHd. There's no third perty caen dely. So ut
0/'~ eCOud'T'OUce (~wU fed eompfetefets nd lthe cost of buadfn any of our mols on ywBrorty.
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complete Informatlon.

P. O. Box 246
PHONE 763-4282

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The Changing Times

Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay

Wilder Picked

As Outstanding

The Oustanding Americans Ad-
visory Board announced this week
that Byron W. Wilder, Jr., of Se-,
wanee, Tennessee, formerly of Port
St. Joe, has been selected for in-
clusion in the 1970 edition of "Out-
standing Young Men of America".
Nominated earlier this year, Wil-
der and other nominees were cho-
sen for the publication on the ba-
sis of their achievements.
Now in its seventh year, "Out-
standing Young Men of America"
is an annual awards volume spon-
sored by leading men's civic and
service organizations. It is the pur-
pose of "Outstanding Young Men
of America" to recognizeiand hon-
or the young men in the nation
who are working toward excellence
in their careers and community
service. It is these young men who
will soon be the leaders of our
The nominee is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Wilder, Sr., of this
city. .

Letter to

the Editor

Editor, The Star
Port St. Joe, Florida
'Dear Sir:
The town of Wewuhitchka is'
welcome/ to the old courthouse
building, as far as I am individ-
ually concerned; but why should
the County spend the County tax
monies to put a new roof on the
building? If the city of Wewa-
hitchka wants the building they
can have it fixed just the same
as the city of Port St. Joe could
fix a building.
If the County has not had
enough money in the past several
years to fix this building, where
did it recently acquire the ne-
cessary funds?
These are just two questions
I wish someone would answer
for the taxpayers.
Very truly yours,

bors aid by carrying oldsters on
shopping trips with them,.and
give generously of their time' to
carry them to social and medical
centers. But oldsters who like to
pay thier own way and not be a
burden on anyone do not like to




One has only to look at the Alabama and Georgia cars and
campers in town and he knows right away that the speckled trout
are biting in the bay. It's always been a mystery to me how you
can come to town one morning, bright and early, and there they'll
be, down at the boat ramp at the end of Fifth Street. And that's
the very day the specks will start biting hot and heavy. How those
people, 100 miles or so away, know the very day the fish will start
biting has been one of those things we just don't quite understand.
Frenchie and I had a sister and brother-in-law come through
one day last week on their way to Steinhatchee fishing. The bro-
ther-in-law had been sent to Eglin Air Force Base by Civil Service
on detached duty, so they were going to get a couple days fish.
ing in while in Florida. When brother-in-law heard of. the specks
biting here, he just lit a while. We came home Wednesday night
after getting the paper out an'd there they were in the back yard
cleaning 98 speckled trout they had caught in a couple of hours
that afternoon. They cleaned fish-until 11:00 p.m. I asked bro-
ther-in-law, "Marvin, what are you going to do with all those fish?"
"I'm going to ice 'em down and take),'em home with me", he
Folks around here don't eat speckled trout, like,, say; mullet
or snapper, or scamp, or grouper. When I, looked at the gleam in
brother-in-law's eye and see the number of people who come here
just to speckle trout, fish, it makes me think maybe we've been
missing something. ,
Speaking of brother-in-law and sister, we've always ."heard that
visiting relatives and fish left out of refrigeration both begin to
smell after three .days. What category would you, put visiting
relatives AND fish, all under the same roof?

If you ever -want a comedian to liven up your meeting or pro-
gram, just call the Rotary Club. They have more comedians in
their membership than the law allows.
Tops among the dry wit are probably Cecil Costin, Max Kil-
bour ,and Mark. Tomlinson. But lately we,. have. had to add Sid
Brown to this menagerie.
Last Thursday, Dr. Lawrence Crawford, :local Chiropractor, was
giving a program on what Chiropractic is and what sort of treat-
ment one can expect from this particular type doctor. In the
question and answer period, Paul Fensom asked a question and
Dr. Crawford gave him a long answer using more than a sprinkling
of 'Chiropractorese" to "explain" his answer. Sid cocked his eye
over at Paul and asked, "Does that answer your question, Paul?"
Paul said it did, but nobody believed him..
For years, tlle City has been trying to 'grow a Christmas tree
in front of the City Hall. Every year since he's been here, Charlie
Brock has been prevailing upon the good, nature, f Street Superin-
tendent Dot Hadden to dig up a cedar tree somewhere and plant
it in front of the City Hall in the middle of the.boulevard. By the
time Christmas gets here, the tree is usually good and dead.
We have to give Charlie an "A" for effort and ingenuity not
to mention perseverance. This year he has come up with a large
artificial tree to compliment the huge new "Santa and his Rein-
deer" now situated across from the City Hall.
It looks sharp, Charlie.

Say You Saw It In The Star -


THSTAR, Port St..Joe, Fla. 32454 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1970 FAGE THEEBR

Time Runti n

1mne is rinhg ot for some for services f r ed during 1969
people to din their' benefits ut must be filed b ..Dedeelber 31,
aerCPart 3 of the' Mediare prq 1970.
"gram, according to James C. Bfi obinson also siRtes that there
-iso.,, manager of the Panama City is one exception# thij time limit.
Social Security Office. This is te This exception applies to~ medical
Jart that is. often referred to as services furnished during .the last
-'Doctor Bill Insurance". three months of a year. They will
S Robinson advised that claims be considered as if the services
must be' filed, no later than the j were furnished in the following
;end of the calendar year following year. Thus, the time limit for filing
the year in which the services are a claim for services furnished dur-
lurnished. For example, ;al claims jing October through December 1968



Minutes of The


PORT 'ST. JOE, FLORIDA I tional charge of .$39.50 on a service
October 6,1970 f van purchased from St. Joe Motor
The Gulf County School Board Company. This charge was for a
?met in regular .session on the above pollution control fixture on the
date. Titf following members were exhaust that .was not anticipated
,present and acting: B. J. Rich, Sh., J in the bid price.
,chairman, Gene Raffield, WaylonI The Superintendent reported ex-
,Graham, J. K. Whitfield and Wil- tensive vandalism to Bus No. 14
liam Roemer, Sr. ,at St. Joe High School.
The Superintendeptwas present. I The Board authorized the Super-
The mieeting-wa's opened with intendent to initiate, procedures
'a prayer by Rev. Allen Price. I leading to the accreditation of the
The minutes of the regular meet-! new Port St. Joe High School, by
ing of September 15, 1970 and spe- the Florida Committee of the Sou-
'cial meeting of September 21, 1970 them Association of Colleges and
,were read and approved as read. Schools.
The Board made the following de- Bills in the amount of $205,725.36
,cisions concerning personnel: Iwere examined and ordered paid.
Port St. Joe High School-Hired Warrants in payment of these bills
Myrtle Williams, J. H. McArdle, are shown on the report of expen-
Annie Borders and Charlie Hashing- diture as follows: General Fund,
ton as custodians. Hired Q. P. Wise $50,438.04; Capital Outlay and Debt
as air conditioning and heating Service, $4,363.39; Capital Improve-
technician and coordinator of cus- ment, $3,193.48; Bond Construction
todial services. $100,665.24; Title I and II, $2,311.19
St. Joe Elementary School-Hir- Vocational Projects, $44,518.08;
ed Dorothy Wimberly as secretary. W.E.I.P., $235.94.
Hired Eunice Griffin as custodian. There being no further business,
Hired Edith Nelson to transport two the Board adjourned to meet again
students from the Odena fire tower in regular session on November 3,
to school and return. Hired Mariol 1970 at 9:00 A.M., EST.
Mims to drive a school bus on the ATTEST: -
beaches route. Mrion raig B. J. Rich, Sr.
Wewahitchka High 'School-Ap-u1 R. Mirion tendntraig B.J. Rich, Sr.man
pointed Rosenia Kilbourn as a tea- superintendent airman
cher effective October 12, 1970. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Hired Eva Flowers' and Nervine October 7, 1970
Colvin to work in thp lunchroom The u Glf County School Board
fBoard member Wyhitfield made met in special session on the above
a motion o authorize the Superinate.- The following members were
a motion to a bil h e Sntailin dis- present and acting: B. J. Rich, Sr.,
tendent to pay bls entaig dis- Chai Gene Raffield and Way-
counts prior to them being author- Chairman, Gene Raffield and Way-
ized by the Board in order to take Ion Graham.
advantage of these discounts. Board I Board members Whitfield and
member Raffidld seconded the moA Roemer were absent.
tion. All voted yes. The Superintendent was present.
The Board get,the fee for the use A delegation of patrons from
of'the coliseum at Port St. Joe High North Port St.. Joe met with the
School for the Hank Williams, Jr., I Board conceriting the boycott of
show at $100.00... t ,he public schools in the Port St.
The Superintendent reported the Joe area by the black students.
loss of ane Artley Piccolo from St. Jimmy Frazier and Rev. Stallworth
Joe High School: The' instrument appeared to be the principal spokes-
was presumed stolen. men.
The Superintendent read a letter The delegation-stated that their
suspending a student at Wewahitch- attorney, Theodore Bower, -had in-
ka High School from Principal Har- formed them / that the Federal
rell Holloway. A copy of this let- Court Order which designated.that
ter -is- on file in the Superinten- seventy black. elementary students
dent's office. (K-6) should attend the Highland
The Board authorized the Super- View' Elementary School could be
intendent to secure bide for a bas-, changed if the Board agreed not to
ketball scoreboard at-, Art:.St. Joe contest 'the change. This change
High School.' .. ,would allow the seventy -students
The Board discussed the dedica- assigned to the Highland View Ele-
tion ceremonies to be held for the mentarySchool to ,attend Port St.
new Port St. Joe High School on Joe Elementary School.
October 16, 1970. The Superiiten-1 The Board informed the delega-
dent' reported, that the program tion that any change in the court
was arranged. orderr would'have to be initiated
The Board entered into an agree-: by the United States Justice Depart-
ment with the Southeastern Educa- ment or Judge. David L., Middle-
tion Laboratory for the field test- brooks. The Board also informed
ing of kindergarten materials and the delegation that-they would not
programs at the William Linton agree to allow the black students
Early Childhood Education Center assigned to Highland View Elemen-
in Wewahitchka. These services tary School (K-6) to attend St. Joe
will be furnished by the Labora- Elementary School unless the samd
tory at? no cost to the school sys- privilege was allowed the white
tern. students attending Highland View
The Board authorized an agree- Elementary (K-6).
ment between the Board and Flor- jThere being no further business,
ida Power Corporation for labor, the Board adjourned to meet again
not to exceed $300.00 for work on in regular session on November 3,
lighting the football field at St. 1970 at 9:00 A.M., EST.
Joe HAgh' School. The Superinten- ATTBST:
dent entered into this agreement on R. Marion Craig B. J. Rich, Sr.
September 14, 1970. Superintendent Chairman
The Superintendent read a let- .
ter from the City of Port St. Joe PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
acknowledging the payment of $5,- October 19;' 1970
392.25 from the City of Ward Ridge The Gulf County School Board
as their 15% proportionate share met in special session on the above
in the cost of providing water and i date. The following members were
sewerage facilities at the new Port i present and acting: B. J. Rich, Sr.,
St, Joe High School. This amount Chairman, Gene Raffield, Waylon
was credited to the Board's account Graham and J. K. Whitfield.
by the City. I Board Member Roenmer was ab-
The Superintendent read a letter' sent.
from J. W. Fuller, Traffic Engineer I The Superintendent was present.
for the State Department of Educa- I Jimmy Frazier, Rev. Otis Stall-
tion Transportation Section stating wc-rth and Attorney Theodore Bow-
that a traffic study conducted at er, representing the patrons from
Long Avenue and Niles Road indi- North Port St. Joe, met with the
cated that the intersection did not Board concerning the boycott in
warrant a stop and go light or a effect against the schools in Port
flashing beacon. The letter recom- I St Joe by black students residing
mended that sidewalks along Long in North- Port St. Joe.
Avenue and Niles Road be consider- Attorney Bower stated that the
ed by the County Commissioners. United- States Justice Department
A copy of, this letter is on file in had agreed to a change in the boun-
the Superintendent's office. I dary of 'the zone governing the
The Board authorized '-budget! Port St. Joe Elementary attendance
amendment no. .1 to the 1970-71 area from the Gulf-County Canal
budget. This amendment will beI to the Bay-Gulf County line. Mr.
sent to the State Departmient.Divi- Bower said he intended to ask
sion of Finance for their approval. I Judge, D avid Middlebrooks :.to6
A copy of the amendment is onI change the court 6rder to this ex-
file in the Superintendent's office. tent. This would in effect allow all
,TheSuperintendent reported that students, black and white, in the
the internal accounts and the Port St. Joe area (K-6 to attend ei-
school lunch 'and school milk funds their Highland View Elementary or
for all schools for the school year Port St. Joe Elementary.
1969-70 were audited by W. T. The Board agreed to not contest
Mdsely, Jr. The accounts were this change if the Federal Judge
found to be in satisfactory condi- chose to allow it. The Board had
tion. Copies of these audits are on maintained at all timed that the
file in the Superintendent's office, white students should be allowed
The Board discussed several re- this privilege if it was granted to
quests made-of Board Members and the black students assigned to High-
the Superintendent to rename Port land View Elementary (K-6.
St. Joe High School as the "Jessie There being no further business,
Ball duPont High School". The the Board adjourned to meet again
Board decided to secure a wide in regular session on November 3,
sampling of public opinion concern- 1970 at 9:00 A.M., EST.
ing this request and discuss it at ATTEST:
the next regular meeting. R. Marion Craig B. J. Rich, Sr.
The Board authorized an addi- Superintendent Chairmanss

SOut Spine ls Target of Chiropractors
The spine carries the message said that Chiropractic medicine is
Iso be December -31, 1970. lines, many of the blood vessels based on the fact that vertebrae
and serves as a fulcrum for most sometimes get twisted and close
yone who had Part B ser- of the muscles in the human body up these passages, pinching the
furnished during the period Dr. Lawrence Crawford, Chiroprac- nerves and vessels. "We're not a
ober 1968 through December tor, told the Rotary Club last cure-all" he said. "There are back
s'stonagly urged to file for Thursday. For this reason, Chiro-j ailments that only a surgeon can
benefits before the dead- practice works on the theory that cure, but many can be relieved
Robinson concluded. The many human ailments are caused, and cured with Chiropractic adjust-
yees if the social security of- my pinched or constricted nerves ments".
ill be happy to help anyone and/or blood vessels which alters Dr. Crawford said that most of
ete their claim. The office messages to and from the brain Cra sai tht. m of
.messages to and r in the nerves and vessels carried by
is area is located at 1316 or restricts the proper flow of t .e a v es backbone,
on Avenue, Panama City, blood, causing a change in the nor- serve automatic functions such as
a 32401. The telephone num- mal function of many human or- breathing, the heart beat, and the
763-5331. The office is open gans. function of most of the bodily or-
y through Friday from 8:30 Dr. Crawford pointed, on a hu- gans which are termed automatic.
o 4:30 p.m., except on na- man backbone, to holes which car- Guest of the club was Lester May-
holidays. ry nerves and blood vessels. He poles of Panama City.

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Daniell Represents Gulf at Meeting


fager Bagley
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liss Carol ZE "laeth Wager
S/4C Bemand .John Bagley

.wer united in marriage Saturday
t.f--11:)0 a.m. in St. Joseph's C-.
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Tlhe bride is the. daughter o.o
Dr., and Mrs. William F. Wager..
She is 'predently a tudentat Gulf
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The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Doilinic Carilli and the late
Harold 'J. Bagley of Jacksonville.
He was a former student at
Florida State University and is
presently serving in the armed
.*forces in Vietnam.

White City

Class Meets
The Young Adult Sunday School
class of the White City Baptist
Church had a Thanksgiving party
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don-
nie Young, Tuesday, November 18.
The ice breaker was each person
giving a one minute' speech on
how to manage a wife or husband.
Many hilarious suggestions were
given. Several ganies' were then
eiijoyed by the group.
A shot business 'meeting was
held 'and the December meeting.
was planned or Tuesday, Decem-
ber 8. N, "' ":
Delicious" refreshments of hot
chocolate, coffee, pound cake, cook-
ies, and mixed nuts were served by
the' hostess, Mrs: Donnie Young. ,
: :Those attending were Diane Ter-
ry; Jack Terry34Peggy Harper, El-
sie Cauley, Gary Davis, Carolyn
-Young, .:Donie Young and their
teacher, PhyllisPriPce .

Pick-Up, Marking-
!Committes Named
The Pick-up and marking com-
mittee or the Hospital Auxiliary
Thrift Shop is Mrs. Paul Bldunt,
Mrs. W. M. Chafin and Mrs..W. B.
Anyone having items to donate
to the Thrift Shop may have them
picked up by calling either of these
three ladies.

Pentecostal Holiness Women Met
With Mrs.McClamma Monday

The Women's Auxiliary of the Money, Bill Summers and Selma
Pentecostal Holiness Church held Wester reading from the books of
their monthly meeting Monday, No- Genesis, Exodus, Isaiah and Revel-
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McGlamma at 301 16th Street. The Minutes of the last meeting were
meeting was opened with the Aux- i~ead and approved and a financial
iliary song, "Working and Serving". report given. Various committees
Prayer' requests were taken by gavei 4po of progress made in,
Selma Wester. 'the pasl th. New business was
Mrs. McClamma gave the deVo- rese t was decided that the
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We wish to express 6ur sincere the district conference in Blounts-
thanks to Miss McLane and her town, on November 14. Jean Mcr
staff at the Municipal Hospital, Dr. Clamma was selected.
Joe Hendrix and Dr. Shirley Simp- Themeting was closedwith a
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Emmett Daniell of Port St. Joe
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Committee at the West Florida Re-
sodrce Conservation and Develop-
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at the Apalachee Restaurant in
Bristol Thursday, November 12.
The project steering committee
adopted, their project work plan.
This work plan included more than
400 suggestions for project mea-
sures that have been submitted to
the area steering committee by the
counties in the project area. John
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others. '
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Soil Conservation Service for fi-.
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Hampton Burns, twh heads Soij
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SThanksgiving To All

from Pete, Hortense and Rocky
We wish 'tothank all of our friends within the
'scope? of tfis newspaper.
Thank youl for the confidence you have plni ed
in us for the past tso and a half decades.lhat
S, God, im is pirovid noe, has guided our inis-
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Consider for a moment. A happy feast to share with rela-
Suppose you were the poorest man tives and friends this Thanksgiving
in all America. Without shoes. Ade- Day.
quate clothing or housing. Without In short-lucky you-you do, in-
education. Ill fed. Sick. Maligned, deed have a lot to thank God for.
What would you have to be thank- And while you're thanking God,
ful for while most of the rest of don't forget to thank Him for yet
America was 'sitting down to a fat another gift He's given you. The
turkey dinner? ability to help others. The desire
Youwould still have the breath to share. To open your heart and
of God in your lungs. your hand and your mind to
You would still have that most someone, somewhere, who just
beautiful gift of all gifts, the might not be quite, as lucky
ability to hope. as you are.
You would still pos- Think. If everybody ex-
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But very probably, since imagine how much more
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What comes to mind when you One of the 'major uses for water
think of water?' : at the mill is in a solution contain-
S ing wood chips and& Chemicals
T e rushing babble of an ice-.which is actually cooked or digest-
Iold.m mountain stream? Your favor- ed until it forms what is known as
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Every one of our state's nine
mills'nuses water for many of the
sanie reasons as the housewife-
for cooking'and washing. It is also,
utilized. to make *steam and elec-
tricity t8 rftnspor t the tiny wood
fibers fro i oiAi manufacturing sta-'
,n t Pher. -:'
pi om'of he processes in these
iis ^quirbwate of higher quab-
|itybhan that supplied by most m4u-
oicipial water Clants, Consequently,
their water treatment' facilities of-.
'tentimes are larger' and more so-'
phisticated .than those used by
,nany, municipalities' to make the
|ommunitys ..drinking water safe
land palatable.
A A mill with a daily pluping ca-
pacify "of 1,000 tons will have a
Water treaty ent plant capable of
serving -a large city, To be more
specific, the amount of water used
for steam, cooking, washing, dry-
)ng 'and, cooling 'frequently equals
the water needs of a city approxi-
mately one million in size..

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Frozen Pumpkin Pie
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% cutip melted butter or inargar-
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Filling: ',
1 cup canned or mashed pumpkin
% cup brown sugar
Teaspoon salt
% teaspoon cinnamon
% teaspbon ginger
% teaspoon nutmeg

Holiday Happening
At St. Joe Library
The Northwest Regional Library
system invites all interested per-
sons to attend a "Holiday Happen-
ing" to be held at the branch li-
braries and several bookmobile
Members of the Library staff, Jo
Ann Beasley and B. 3. Stewart, will
present a program of ideas and
tips from 'St. Nick on Christmas
traditions, decorations, cookery,
gifts, programs and more. Christ-
mas books and crafts will be on
, ehibit, so plan to attend this en-
tertaiping program of suggestions
to fill your .home with Christmas
Schedules of programs are as
follows: "" "
Tuesday, December 1, 10:00 A.M.
Governor MVJotel,.1.exico Beach; 2:00
p.m., St. Joe Branch Library. '4:00
p.m. McNeill's Store at Indian Pass.
Tuesday, December 8, 10:00 a.m.
Wewahitchka. Branch Library. '

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Combine pumpkin, brown sugar,
salt and spices. Stir ice cream to
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The Highland View Assembly of God has moved into a'handsome
new. building on Thirdt Street in Highland View, after worshipping
in the frame building shown below since it was built in 1934.
S The church held dedication services Sunday afternoon for their.
new coneretedblock building, which features carpeted floors, central
.heat and air conditioning. The'old church building, which is locat-
ed on the rear of the church property has been sold and will be
moved.' -- -Star photos

that his City is in a position to ac-
cept the building; to keep it main-
tained and to keep the yards beau-
tified. Comm. Kennedy informed
the Board that he suggested that
the Countf consider giving the old
courthouse to the City of Wewa-
hitchka providing that it always
be used as a public building and
be kept in a good state of repair.
He said that the County should re-
serve the old jail for a commodity

warehouse. Comm. Pippin said he
was now making a survey to deter-
mine the feelings of the people of
the County. Comm. Player said he
would have to do some checking
before a decision is made. Comm.
McDaniel recommended that the
question be placed on a referen-
dum. This matter was tabled for
Ddallas Alford requested the
County to get the water off his
property in the City of Wewahitch-
ka. There was a motion by Comm.
McDaniel, seconded by Comm.
Kennedy to drain the pond caus-
ing this trouble and upon vote was
unanimously carried.
The minutes of October 13 and
27, 1970, were read, approved and
The Board discussed an electri-
cal code for the County. Upon mo-
tion by Comm. Player, seconded by
Comm. Pippin, this matter was: ta-
bled until the Attorney presents
sample codes for consideration.
The Board received sealed bids
for one cab for a 955H Traxcava-
tor. Burford Equipment Co., of.
fered the cab installed at $850.
and without installation, $690.
Upon motion by Comm. Kennedy,
,seconded by Comm. Player and
unanimously carried that the Coun-
ty purchase the cab at $690.
Upon motion by Comm. Player,
seconded by Comm. Pippin and
carried, the Board directed the
Road Department to advertise for
the purchase of two cabs for the
two Caterpillar tractors.
Comm. Pippin said that the road
between the Howard Creek and
Willis Landing roads require main-
tenance; that Curtis Hardy has re-
quested a ditch in White City be
lowered: that Glenn Combs of
White City has requested culvert
for- his property; that one of the
mosquito breeding areas in the
Dalkeith area has been found,
which is Butter Bay, and that this
area should be,-drained. He said
he is at this time contacting all
land owners in an effort to secure
easements for the proper drainage
ditch. He said that the road in
Land's subdivision leading to the

public boat landing, needs shell. Comma Kennedy discussed the
He then discussed the proposed possibility of securing road rights
crossing of the state ditch in White of-way running from Port St. Joe
City. He discussed the continued to Lake Wimico.
erosion of the beaches from High- The Road Superintendent report-
land. View westward. He asked if ed that Otis Hardy, Floyd Ake and
this Board could do anything' to Joseph Nutaites have applied for
get the State or U.S. Government I pipe. He said the pipe would be on
to otopethis erosion. County loads. He was directed to
Comm. Pippin presented a report instill these pipes.
from the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Service, Division of The County Service Officer and
Health, made by Dr. Andrew J. Ro- Farm Agent filed monthly reports.
gers, Administrator of the West The Clerk reported the follow-
Florida Arthropod Research Lab- ing bank balances as of November
oratory as to a fish kill on the 1, 1970: General, $30,044.98; Fine
property of W. T. Stafford near and Forfeiture, $7,743.98; Road
White City. He said that copies of and Bridge, $15,417.28; Mosquito
this report have been delivered to Control, $11,719.69; Capital Outlay,
each member of this Board and to $12,835.40; Certificate of Indebted-
Mr. Stafford. After lengthy discus- ness Reserve, $954.69; St. Joe Fire
sion, the Board determined that Bonds, $2,232.50; and St. Joe Fire
nothing in the report indicates that Control District $1,485.05.
the kill was caused by the County All payrolls for October were
Mosquito: fogging, program. All payrolls for Otobera were
Comm. Kennedy told the Board approved and ratified as paid.
that he has been considering the The Chairman reported that
cost for constructing a road across 1 House Appropriation Subcommittee
the State ditch East of Robert on Florida Department of Trans-
Street in Stebel Heights at White portation Fiscal and Budgeting pro-
City and finds that this project will cedures will be held in Tallahassee
cost the taxpayers of the county on November 16, 1970.
too much money; that the road in The Chairman reported that the
home, which isn't constructed at Port-St. Joe Historical Society has
the beginning will benefit only one requested the County to transplant
this time. He then suggested that some palm trees at the old St. Jos-
the land owner pay one-half the eph Cemetery.
cost and that future homes con- The Chairman reported that the
structed in that area pay one-fourth Northwest Florida Development
of the cost, which would be refund- Counci has elected Pete Edwards,
ed to the present owner. President and Walter Dodson, Trea-
Albert Thames, County Service surer; that the by-laws have been
Officer, requested the County for amended requiring each member to
a part-time typist. He said that his appoint a proxy to attend meetings
office and the office of Small and vote in the absence of the
Claims Court used the same e-m. member. He then requested the
ployee until October 1, 1970, but Board to appoint a proxy for Gulf
that employee has now been as- County. Whereupon, the Board ap-
signed to the Small Claims Court pointed Comm. Player as the Chair-
f'.ltime. After discussion, the man's proxy.
Board said that it would find some- The bills were presented exam-
one that could work for the Civil ined, approved and ordered paid.
Defense Office and the Service Of-, There being no further business,
fice. Upon motion by Comm. Play-, the meeting adjourned.
er, seconded by Comm. Kennedy WALTER GRAHAM,
and unanimously carried, that the Chairman
personnel agreement between the ATTEST:
State and the Civil Defense be and GEORGE Y. CORE,
the same is hereby cancelled. Clerk


Ladies Winter League
The Ladies Morning Wint er
League met at St. Joe Bowling
Lanes on November 17. Wewa Bank
and Pate's played on lanes 1 and
2 with each team taking two games.
Ann Suber bowled high for Wewa
Bank with a 407 series. Ruby Lu-
cas was high for Pate with a 434

Glidden and Carp's met on lanes
3 and 4 with Carj's taking three
games to one for Glidden. Melba
Barbee bowled high for Glidden
with a 486 series. Deane Terry and
Jean Salerno tied for high series
for Carps with each rolling a 434.
Dairyburger took all four games
from Roche's on lanes 5 and 6.
Evelyn Smith bowled high for Dai.-
ryburger with a 503 series. Jo Ann
Wuthrich was high for Roche's with
her 352 series.
13 Mile Oyster Co., played Sears
on lanes 7 and 8, with 13 Mile tak-
ing three games to Sears one. Don-
na Ward bowled high series for
13 Mile with a '453. She also col-
lected a 5-10 *split. Martha Ward
threw a 3-10 split. Betty Barbee
was high for Sears with a 415 ser-
ies. She also picked up the 5-6-10
split. Dorothy Hebert picked up
the 5-8-10 split.
Over all high-series was bowled
by Evelyn Smith on the Dairybur-
ger team, with a 503. She also bowl-
ed high individual game with a


Robert Gatlin, shown above left, is District Supervisof of Assem-
blies of God Churches in this area and preached the dedication
sermon for the Highland View Assembly Sunday. Jean Shoots,
center, is pastor of the Highland View Church and Clayton Wilker-
son, right is pastor of the Oak Grove Assembly of God Church and
Presbyter of Section 9, Assemblies of God Churches.

MINUTES of the


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Atwell asked that something be
November 10, 1970 done as to the health-conditions.
The Board of County Commis- The Board requested that he in-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met form the County Health Depart-
this date in regular session with ment of this condition.
the following members present: W. Clyde Bozeman informed the
Walter Graham, Chairman, S. C. Board that (he -has been actively
Player, James G. McDaniel, Leo engaged in a campaign to have
Kennedy and F. R, Pippin, Jr. The the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney and Road open the entrance of Burgess Creek
Superintendent were also present, from the river. He said he has
The meeting came to order. at contacted all of the land owners
9;00 a.m. The Clerk opened the involved in granting the proper
meeting with prayer, easements; that he has made his
The Board received an applica- request to his congressman and of-
tion for employment from Hurtis ficials of the U. S. Engineers; that
R. Conley. Mr. Conley told the he has been advised that this
Board he needs a job and is ready Board must make a formal request
to go to work at this time. The to the U. S. Engineers before ac-
Board said his application would be tion can be taken to include this
considered when there is an open- project in the work plans. After
ing. discussion, there was a motion by
Arthur Atwell appeared before Comm. Pippin, seconded by Comm.
the Board and told of certain sani- Player and carried, that the Board
tary problems and conditions in write a letter requesting the U. S.
the area of St. Joe Beach in which Army Corps of Engineers to open
he resides. He asked if the County the entrance of said creek.
had building restrictions or any Hon. Thomas H. McDaniel, May-
type ordinances affecting St. Joe or, City of Wewahitchka, discussed
Beach. The Attorney advised that the possibility of the County and
the only restrictions that area has his City reaching an agreement for
are those recorded on the sub-di- the County to transfer title of the
vision plat of St. Joe Beach. Mr. old courthouse to the City. He said

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Ladies Morning Winter League
The Ladies Morning Winter
League met at the St. Joe Bowling
Lanes November 10.
Glidden met 13 Mile on lanes
1 and 2 with 13 Mile taking three
games to Glidden's one. High .series
for 13 Mile was.bowled by Martha
Ward with a 462. Mary Alice Lyons
bowled :high for, Glidden with a
485 series.
On lanes.'3 and.4,.Dairybtitrger
won three games to Pate's one.
Evelyn Smith was high for Dairy-
burger with a 525 series. Ruby Lu-
cas bowled high f6t 'Patads with a-
518 series.
Sears: -played.: Wewa Bank on 5
and, 6 with Sears -taking all four
games. Dot O'Shall took high hon-
ors with Sears with -a 401 series.
Rose Suber bowled a 390 series to
lead Wewa Bank.
On lanes 7 and 8, Carp's met Ro-
ches' with Carp's taking three of
the four games from Roche's. Jean
Salerno led Carp's with a 379 ser-
ies. Melba Barbee was high for
Roche's with a 410 series.
Over-all high series was bowled
by Evelyn Smith on Dairyburger
team rolling a 525. Ruby Lucas of
Pate's, team, bowled high individ-
ual game score with a 202.

Gulf County Men's League
Very little changes were made
in standings but some good bowl-

W -IT .'. .-.-F ? '~ '-'7-~ --.''I~niu.mmmiuuunu

ing took ,.place Monday night.
On lanes 1 and 2, Costin's kept
up their winning: ways by taking
three. points from, Hess'. Oil. Bill
Barlow is still leading Costin's with
his .508 series. Jerry' Colvin had a
528 series to top Hess Oil.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw some tight
bowling as Shirt and' Trophy Cen-
ter squeezed out three points from
Campbell's Drugs. Joe 'Davis led
Shirt and trophy with his very
good series of 614 and games of 237
and 223. O.D. Stricklahd added a
543 series and 210.. game. Camp-
bell's' Drugs was le'd cy. Bob Hea-
cbck with a 606. series and games
of 204 and 213 aided by Ralph
Ward's 520 series. '
Lanes 5 and 6 saw 13 Mile Oyster
Cd., 'shuck four points frpm Team
No. 1. Wayne Ward led 13 Mile
with a 540 series helped by James
Hicks' 522. Team No. 1 was led
by Steve Wombles' 383 series.
On lanes 7 'and 8, Pollock's Clean-
ers pressed out four points from
Basic Magnesia. John McKenzie led
Pollock's with a 535 series aided
by team mate Bob Galvin with his
514 series. Top man for Basic was
"Red" Todd with a 459 series.
Standings W L
Costin's 28 12
Campbell's Drugs -----. 25% 14%
13 Mile Oyster Co. __ 25 15
Shirt and Trophy ___ 21% 18%
Pollock's Cleaners -- 19 21
Basic Magnesia ------16% 23%
Hess Oil Co. __---------15% 24%
Team No. 1 9 31

Legal Adv.
CASE NO. 2011
-vs- -
6815 Town Bluff Drive, Dallas, Tex-
as 75240.
that an action for a Contempt Or-
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hearing on said action has been
scheduled before the Honorable W;
L. Fitzpatrick, Circuit Court, at
the Gulf County Courthouse, Port
St. Joe, Florida, at .9:00 o'clock
A.M., CST.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this the 6th day of
November, 1970..
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Miss Carolann E. DeFord,
Home Economist with the Flor-
ida Department of Natural Re- Loans a a e
sources, Marketing Section, Talla- on A v ai a:le
hassee, fwil present a seafood (Continued from Page 1)
Notatall ... whenyouconsiderthe! teatives cookery demonstration Thursday, county committee having know-
Your prescription isone of the biggest bargains histo December 3 at 1:30 p.m. in coop- ledge of local farming and ere-
Taveragecostofhe nearlybillion prescriptionsflledyeary ration with Mrs. Sara Patrenos dit conditions. ......
In the United States s $3.56. What do you receive for that of the Florida Power Corporation Emergency' loans are made pri-
a erag? oin the Florida Power IHome Ser- manly for operating purposes es-
1.These relatively Inexpensive pharmaceuticals may save you vice Center here in Port' St. Joe. sential to a farmer continuing his
and your family hundreds of dollars and perhaps weeks in a Miss DeFord will prepare crab normal farming program. They
hospital dabs, smoked fish dip, lobster sal- are not made to refinance secur-
2. Theycan help pmreventa disease from developing to its most ad sandwiches, fish pineapple dip ed debts or to filiance commercial
::seriousand painful point and shrimp Christmas tree with feed lot operations.
3. You are uPandaround sooner...back towork orpa peppy seafood sauce, explaining
3. You a up andaroundsooner..back work or play. thedifferent ways of preparation Amounts loaned for annual op-
w. '. 1.. , 1. rating and d afATs exenses areo
4. Less time and wages are los. the proper selection, storage and eating and living expenses are
5..And, Rlly, tse pbarma .ticals may have prevent, serving of Florida fiph aid shell- repayable from the year's income.
Iinor, t Dom ophy aImpairments resultin from fish. However, if a, borrower is unable
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rchAnd development wh went.into it...hundreds of regarding the use of Florida sea- 9 a t loa ^o a .
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S FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, al by theState Legislatue,. is a am. to 300.m. 01Wliams Avenue Phone 7-241
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EVI1 WOSU SHEg^ 7:30* PR -^B Cast Junior Matenanc, with aBgree uoin Htom Phnoi Ba ch rou hva atten a I
INIG U ON-6:30P. "tate Upversity of Taahassee 1. -.
" tA x )A W3ING (7We y) ..: 7:30 P.M. ics. FieR is Famemnbbe of the turIkey shoot, being held, Saturday, I-- A- I
SAmerican Home Economics Asso- November 20 beginning at 10:00 i
"Come and Worship God With Us" clarion and the Committee on a.m. The urkey shoot will be hel 1,ve;
Foed'lr& Nutritional Services. at the boat forage marina I",5 .

Sponsoring tbze. shoot is .te Tn- .
SV te Fi e rsoti FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- HUNTERS SPECIAL: 1955 .Willys SEE ME FOR IQUE GIFTS. Ld-
vate bath, 528 Corner of Sixth Tee Excelent running condi dies 18 K. 25 j Waltham wrist
formerlyth Street and Woodward Ave. 2t-26ti st $500 takes it.. Call 227, watch, life guar tee. Antiques,. all
Fire Depar eit. 7616. Pete Ferris.L tfe-1126 kinds. Lamps eatly reduce.
S- In addition the turkey shoot FOt RENT: 1 bedroom furnished u Beautiful io glassware; Call
thF laoi n .i Bo,. .....idid. will ot, fina, Call SrGith' Pharmacy SALE: Triumph 2000, 1967, 4- 227-7401 or app e tfe-11-25
Sfthelales will e,,ca erving.h bill, FOR RENT: Furnished house .0. eor '-;,,23,500. miles.,Neds paint ". "
l cucofee,plake andie,1 couple or smaU familyy, 3 bed- 3ent year ]icensedilindq&CHRISTMAS. .
'Iooms On large lot at White O S.l Se Sam, trailer next to too eafly to' op i an
4 .wn... !T.,. W A IL Sr B AW L at ..... L A. P. -- noo '" Dean l at.White "fan's yea 10or Ilslin.ois' 3 ee .neT o it -
P 2tf c-26 Oyster Bar, opposite Du browse through e ous Master-
L RUNT: F e aP-nrPirtment s 1tore. $1100 or best offer. 3p piece line. Sta t b Co. ;306 Will-
S. .. .....:' ......... .' FOR RENT: FArdwie ..lie AOa" la c ve.. .- .
and.ltraileaspd ee.* o'sWiBco :Bass guitar and amp a
F s l o. 1 E Leg l V4 Lodge, White City. Phone 229 -10.:E: Bas gir and Tal 22I CO LOST AI B emon-ste and one 26 ir-
'- fc-8-S O. khfor$100.Call 229-2746. white bird do Each have c-
N I OF"!^ SALE 'l FORU&Or RENT: ur e I FOR SALE: 1964 Custom Ford. IVar. One with TIW HinoteB 9
NOTICEOF SAL FOR RENT ur od condition. Call 229-2414. tfc 'O other, ". Cot.ip
SALE :. f ^ ;,..- bed. ....... ADIO and otr R I g Cosin,Sr.,.
D LC -100 N ew Treads 1 :bus, IHC, 36-passenger, 1965,; tages. ReasonaTlea m t1yrate 1. 8 engraved i collars. s nd
automatic transmission, po wer Phone 227-3491 or 22 26. tc-1
SREREADS ON SOUND TIRE IES 01 ON.YOUR OWN TI steering, s/n FD105401G, 'Model F RET : Taisis. abt .. LADIES a .
193RE72P346. FOR RENT: Trailer spaces. Wat f -ll-w eIrvicing wigs andS.
Bus may be examined' at the-Gulf I furnished.%Cable TV option. t. har pieces, m .lome. Ir- ." BICYCLE'REPAIRS
Coast Junior College Maintenance' Joe Beach, De$oto St. Phone 648- you he uman hair or syn- 1 .BUILTICYCLuS
Building Mondays through Fridays, '4351,,. t'fc-111.2 thetic which you would like, T trade '
8:00 A.M. through 4:00 P.M. Vehi-,' ---... sere quickly at U .
cle to be sold in as is condition. FOR RENT: nfurmshed large, es ... .
A certified check or money order nice, 7 roombrick house. Central _4. !.1,229-3311 or 227-4853 JOHNNIE'S 64P
in the amount of ten percent (10%) heat and airW conditioned. Nice 19-24 JANICE STOKES tfa I10 4th St. i -h 001
1' of the total bid, mad payable' to neighborhood' Phone. 227-8536 6-
the Gulf Coast, Junior College ,tr 5 p.m. tfe-10- .
Board of T stees, must accom any FOR RENT: Furnished, nice, -two E CEO Gour SHI S T TANK p ompe .
'Novebe 3 7 65 T, B f D Y F RE : Fernish, tens, adto T ealer ir Po ST! Je paT E f
R bid. Checks or money orders will -bedroom' house-. phone 2.7-8536 h argeeselection, of yamn forG9 .
be returned -to unsuccessful' bid- after 5:00 p.m. tfe-.10 29 toting and crochet needs. or i
F O R l ders. Balance. of purchase price a- c- 2 fny gift items at the
must be paid and vehicle removed FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished e mSHOPPE, red, and white TREE SE take do
Plus 430 to 550 per tire Fed. Ex. tax and from Gulf Coast Junior Colege apartment. Phone 229-1361. building o iway 98, Beacon Hill an removIe oTr tamed Cat
2 recappable tires of same size off your car. premises by successful bidder with- 653. 8772 or 853-634 Apalachlcola.
in ten (10) days after awarding of FOR SALE: Sets of drums. Comn- .. .
A Y S ZE LISTED bid. Failure to comply will result plete trap set. Phone 2294881. rVWI E 1N STOCK plenty of cy-
... .. in forfeiture Of-bid advance as liq- :IL. tfe11-12 press lumber, 2x4 to 2xz2, rDO.
7.75-14 8.25-15 8.85-14. uidated"dani ages. I.OR SALE: 1962 '-airlane an 2. lx4 through r x12p mos POR
7.75-15 8.55-14 8.85-15 The Boar of Trustees reserves Good condition. Call Charlie Wl ware and appliances. PRIDGEO AMBULANCE SERVIC,
the right toareject any or all bids, 227-4331. t".UAC--I-BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahite I

8.25-14 '855-b5 bidding, and the decision of the FOR SALE: 1969 50cc Suzuki mot- Itne--11
similar 10w prices on single tires[ Bod will. be final. sumite orcycle. Good' condition. 1308 Mc-1 IAIN LINK FENCE call Port Joe
College on or before 12:00 Noon, Gulf Service Stati Will payment. Phone C rr em
CST, December 9, 1970. Envelopes Half do a $50.00 o
;w'wnupiiiimwnai:F'are to be plainly marked "Bid for month. Call 229-i06 or 229-4481.

PricedasoynatFienSores. Competitivelypricedat FirestoneDealr. I. datalservicestationsdiplayingtheFirestone sn. dmed. a dda i n der- F $ SAlEeah aeco229-5696. ompote Upho y Service P. E

Sean of Administrative FOR APPLIANE,' heating and re- Every Time" 518 Th., r.
_Services 1t-12-3 frigeration repairs call 229-6323. 602 GarrIsen Ave. Port St.l
FtIN THE CIRCUIT COURT, CAR SACRICE By, missi n -ary Phone 2: P ,
M otor King FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL returning to Brazil. 1965 Dodge ..;
oFLORIDA, IN AND FOR Joe Auto 'Parts, Port St.eJo. Ph. Call 229-49M6 fo F1lEstimate
GULF COUNTY. 227-2141. 495.. TOMLINSO ,
:,. '' CASE NO. 2011 FURNITURE: Coffee tables, bed- IRADIO and TV REPAIR IRA.M.-Regular on St.
AnbexcerFent $ 8 8 n fAVORS side tables savings Cabine .. PHONE 2294108 I Joseph n M napil.'
battery, FHt -vs- .... nuS M.a compaYens weome .
most'- E2rol chane A Defendant. Oak Grove. Picture frames also. ALTER G
Novemr 6815 Town Bluff Drive, Dallas, Tex- Camning. campers, tents, adult PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe THE AM P IEI.ION, meet-

^ M i3^ YOU ARE RERBY NOTIFIED nguo s ,oy s sovnights 8:.00 p.m.' Lagio
that an action for a Contempt Or- night, girl scouts overnight, picnic -' R' Home.
Serhas been filed against you. A for families, family reumons, THERE WILL BE a r a
S hearing on said- action bas been church covered dish socials, surf THERE WILL BE a regularoo
schleuledftbefore the Honorable W. fishing, wsimuing, fish fries, bat- "' HE mnoe Lodge
L. -Ftzpatrick, Circuit Court, at becues, smoked oysters, smoked EARTHNo.d F. & A. Ti every fi.al
ate sunty service enter courthouse, Port fish gll net fishing, nets forrent. a
St. Joe Florida, at 9:00 o'clock Please contact for price and reser-
A.M., CST. vation. B. M. Janowski 229-1156. '.
J t e iWITNESS my hand and the seal Formerly Dead Man's Curve, now
Jimy' Phi p 6 of this Court on this the 6th day of Janowski's Curve. 229-1156. 2t HURLBUT FURNITURE
im m y 5.sNovember, 1970.' and APPLIANCES JOSEP PPIT, WJi.L
S. GEORGE Y. CORE 4t FOR SALE: Dressed catish. Phone 306 Beid Ave. RY J. MFA AND, Sect
S-- Circuit Court Clerk 11-19 229-1161. 2tp-11-25