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-THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 ti,'URSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971 NUMBER'3
Attempt Made to
, inB Old School
SFjp Saturday afternoon on
State Road 30-A about a mile
and'aV-Ialf South of Port St. Joe
'called out the Volunteer Fire.
.Department to assist the State
For itry Department. Approxi-
inatbly two acres of woodlands
were" burned over in the fire.
* TIfe second alarm was sound-
ed xust before midnight Tues-.
day",night. Lawrence Martin of
k'orth Port St Joe noticed a re-
(ec on of what looked like fire
insit the old Washington Ele-
menary School building,
Ofi investigation, Martin found
'fiur" teen-age boys in the build-
i g, and as he approached them
-they'ran. The. boys had already
*Ilit a smal-'fire in the floor of
the lpuilding apd Martin ran to
call -the fire department.
;-, When the fire department ar-
rived, they found a few pieces
of kerosene-soaked 'cloth in. one
end .of the building and pieces
of.kerosene-soaked. paper .in the
other end. Kerosene had been
'splashed in the hall of the build-
ftill No, Decision
On Pitts-tee Case
The office of I Assistant State
Attorney Leo Jones told The Star
yesterday that no decision has
been made on what route to
taken the 'case of the State vs.
Wilbert Lee and Freddie Pitts
fo" the [963 murder of Grover
Floyd anA'-Jesse Burkett.
Murder convictions against the
two were removed last week by
"Judge John Crews. Jones said
the State will not drop the mat-
ter, OutAe a enue to be taken.
agaiWt,*e two will' be determine
eld by. 0he language in Judge
M Ines'.office said the order ar-
d'*Monday'but-Jones has beed.
in court all week and has not'
had time to study the order.
Port St. A Sharks put on
;a tough defensive show Friday
night in defeating the Wewa-
hitchka Gators 13-0, but the of-
"fensive game suffered from the
,first game whammies.
, The Sharks first score came
,with 29 seconds left in the first
period oq a two yard run around
right end by quarterback Ken,
Whittle. The score was set up
when Steve Atchison collared
the first of his two Gator pass
interceptions ofr the night way
Br' k Tells City Commission
Cash Beg'ining to Run Low
Buck Has A Birthday
Port St. Joe's veteran police chief H. W. "Buck" Griffin was;
honored,by many of his friends Tuesday afternoon with a recep-
tion to commemorate bis 56 years on this earth in the Motel St.
Joe Dining Room. Mrs. Pauline Mouchette, operator 'of the dinRing
room hosted the affair and served the well-wishers wio' called dur-
ing the afternoon birthday cake, coffee arnd tea. '
Griffin became Chief of Police in Port St. Joe in 1944 and has
served in that capacity since. Two' years ago,. Griffin lost his
right'leg to cancer, but has continued to serve in his position with
In t&e plhoto above, Griffin is shown cutting his cake while his
wife, Elsie, gives him some advice as to just how it should be done.
S. -Star photo
City Auditor id.-Clerk C. W.
Brock called the Commission's
attention Tuesday night, to the,
fact that a. financial pinch may
be faced by the City within a
couple of months. ,.
Brock warned 'that the City
has money but that it is tied up
in projects right how, and taxes.
may be a little slow coming in'
thil year, due' tolocal economic
conditions. : ,'i
Brock said that several, un-
budgeted expenditures had been
made especially in the water and
;sewer department in ordering
equipment and materials to put
water and sewer i. the Milville
Addition Unit 3 subdivision. "We
will .be reimbursed for this ex-
With Takihg Deer
Two men were a~h led early
Monday morning with Illegal po-,
session of a, deer;, according to
Wildlife Officer' Bihny Green.
Green., said he ahid Wildlife
Officer Carl Gulbert A ttgit Her-
shel Lee 'Harrison 0 IHoward's
Creek and. John N. Martin of
Wewahitchba with a doe deer in
,their -,pick-p. The arrest, was
'made on the lower 6en of the
Sauls Creek' Roa d,i
Green charged Harrison with
possession' of a doe deer, driving
.2a vehicle with an expired li-'
cense plates and 'expired safety
sticker. Harrison was released
Monday biorning on $703.00
bond. Martjp was' released .o-
$501.00 bond. ;.
penditure as soon as we sell our
revenue certificates on this pro-
ject", Brock said, "but the pros-
pective purchaser hasn't taken
them, as yet."
Bropk told the Board that the
City owes no money, but a little
care is needed in the next ,two
months to keep from over-spend-
The Commission set' up its
first set of rules and regulations
for City employees Tuesday
'night. The Board set holidays,
vacation and sick leave regula-
tions for .all employees. Eight
paid holidays were set up for,
the year. Vacation time varies
from one week for one year cf
service -up to four weeks for 20
years service. The City will grant
one day; sick leave for every
month worked and allow an ac-
crual of:30 days.
policee Car Bid
Rogers ; Chrysler-Plymouth of
Panama City was the apparent
low bidder on a new police pa-
trol car for the City. Rogers bid
$4,675.76 and St. Joe Motor Com-
pany of Port St. Joe bid *$5,148.
The Commission declined to ac-
cept the bid Tuesday night be-
cause there was too much dis-
*crepancy in the prices for re-
quirements of the City for the.
car such as the price of the si-
ren, the prisoner's cage in the
back seat and' other items. The
Board instructed Clerk Brock to
make sure the Rogers bid met
the specifications completely be-
fore the bid is accepted.
The Board approved the place-
ment of two mercury vapor
lights on the new parking lot
to the South of the high school
Commissioner Tom' Coldewey
told the Board the hospital
needs a 20' X 20' room added to
the hospital to enclose an emer-
gency power generator being in-
The Board gave him authority
to look into the cost of construc-
tion of the addition.
Sheriff, Agents, Nab Three
For Operation of Lottery
QGllf County Sheriff's Deputies
anad State Beverage Agents put
a quarter-of-a-million dollar lot-
tery business out of business
here in Port St. Joe Friday night.
The raid was carried out in con-
junction with a, similar raid in
Bay County which resulted in
nine arrests. Three were arrest-
ed in P6rt St. Joe.
Sheriff's Chief Deputy H. T.-
Dean' said the Sheriff's Depart-
ment and Beverage agents swoop-
ed down on Quin's Tavern at 308
Main, ,Street and confiscated
S$832.78 in .cash, lottery runner
sheets and gambling devices.
The agents and Deputies also,
raided the residence of Joe Quin
at, 305 Avenue E.
Arrested were Billy Charles
Quin, 37 of 227 Avenue B Who
was charged with operating a-lot-
tery and possession of lottery
paraphernalia; Mrs. Joe Quin
age 50, of 305 Avenue E, aiding
promoting and conducting a (lot-
tery and Joe Quin, 305 Avenue
E, establishment of and promo-
tion of a lottery.
Dean ,said his department has
known of the operation for some
time andhave been investigating
the case for the, past three
months. "Knowing it's there ,nd
getting proof are two different
a' e mason opener -
hack on the Gator 37. The
Sharks put together their only'
'sustained drive' of the' night 'to
carry the ball down field on runs
by Archie Shackleford, Lawrence
\Bowen and Jim, Faisoni. Bass
;kicked the extra point to put
the Sharks ahead.;
The Gators received a break
early in the second period when
a punt slipped off. the side of
the foot of. Steve. Bass and the
Gators' had the .ball on' Port St..
Joe's .32. Wewa's 'Hal Holloway
Archie Shackleford puts on the brakes and fakes off Wewa's
Pete Rhames in making a nice gain Friday night.
uncorked two straight passes to the Shark 16. Busby worked the
his big fleet-footed receivers, but ball to the 10. Then Holloway
they couldn't bold on to the ball. 'kept it to the, six. With seven
With the second, period nn-' seconds to play, the Gators were
ing out, the Sharks began to put on, thb Shark four.-- On fourth
together another drive, sparked down Holloway handed off to
by a 24 yard' gallop by Archie Joe Davis, who was metby the
I1.a o ''1. Shark line to end the ball game.,
Shackleford out of a draw play. Shark line to endtball game
The Sharks stalled on the Ga-
tor 45 with 11 seconds in the '
half. Holloway began to throw
again 'and Steve Atchison 'grab-
bed& his second pass intersection
and. ran out the clock.
The' Sharks., last 'score ,came
about a third' ofthe' way through
the last period. Steve Bass put -M
the Gators back on their 34 yard I
line with a 'booming, punt. The
Shark line held them for no gain
and the Shaks' took over once
more. A Gator unsportsmanlike
conduct put ,the Sharks on the .
Gator 29. A second penalty for
the same reason put the Sharks
on the :14. The Sharks worked
the b#ll to the nine and a third
down to pass to Steve Bass up
the middle put six 'more points
ori the scoreboard. The extra
point was no good.
The remainder of the last per-
iod was a wild affair. The Gators
took their kick-off on their own
16. A Holloway pass was pulled
in on the 24 yard line by Law-
rence Bowen who rambled back
to ithe 20. The Sharks fumbled
on their first play with the Ga-:
tors recovering on the 15. On,
the Gators' first play, they made
their only fumble of the game-
which was picked up by Bobby
McKiernan. Then on the Sharks
second play, the -Gators recover-
ed another Shark fumble an'd
that's the way it went.
The Gators made their only
threat of the game late in the
last period set up by a long run
by the Gators quick Jim Busby.
With just over two minutes to
play, Busby put the Gators on
Eddie Summers, 42, zeroes in on a Gator runner to stop him
for no gain in the third quarter of the Shark's opener.
The Shark defense was led by
Archie. Shackleford and Rodney
Nobles, each with eight tackles.
A new Shark regular, Tyler
Smith chalked up seven tackles
for th e night. Lawrence Bowen
and Steve Bass .each had two and
Jim\Faison had five.
Score by quarters:
-Wewahitchka 0 0 0 0-- 0
Port St. Joe ---- 7 0 0 6-13
First downs --------- 10 5
Rushing Yardage --..... 147 91
Passing Yardage -- 44 9
Passes Comp.. _--_ 5-19 1-6
Intercepted by ------ 0 3
Punts 3-28 4-29
Fumbles Lost, 1 3
Yards Penalized ------73 40.
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
will meet conference foe, De-
Ftmiak Springs' Walton High at
8:00" p.m. at Shark Stadium.'
things", Dean said.
Dean estimated that the lot-
tery business was a $500.00 a
Meanwhile, over in Bay Coun-
ty, a simultaneous raid was car-
ried out by five law enforcement
agencies whiq*resulted in the
arrest of'nine people for char-
ges of gambling and alcohol vio*
Junior High Games
Scheduled for Tonight
Port St. Joe High School's
eighth grade and junior high
football teams will be playing to-
night, according to the Athletic
Department of the school.
The eighth !grade team will be
playing in Blountstown at 8:00
p.m., Port St. Joe time' this eve,
The Junior High team will be
meeting Chipley here at' 7:00
This is the first game for both
teams this season.
Still Selling Fish
The Port St. Joe Quarterback
Club will be selling fish dinners
before and during the football
game tomorrow night. -
, The fish dinners will go on
sale at 6:30 and serving will con-
tinue as long as there is a de-
mand. The dinners will sell for
$1.25 with a child's plate being
offered for 75c.
Proceeds from the fish supper
will go toward the bleacher fund.
State Requests Permit
To Construct Bulkhead
The U. S. Corps of Engineers,
Mobile office has received an ap-
plicatibn from the State of Flor-
ida, Department of Natural Re-
sources for a permit to construct
jetties and a bulkhead in St.
The permit requested would
allow maintenance dredging and
construction of jetties and, a
bulkhead in the vicinity of St.
Joseph State Park on St. Jos-
eph's Peninsula. Maintenance
dredging will range from depths
of six to 12 feet below mean low
water. Approximately 4,500 cu-
bic yards of material will be re-
moved and placed to establish
a low energy beach. The bulk-
head will be constructed of con-
crete and extend 4.5 feet above
mean low water and be 164 feet
long. East jetty will be 40 inch-
es high by 130 feet long. West
jetty will be 40 inches high by
55 feet long. Both jetties will
be constructed of concrete bags
and creosote posts.
Certification has been obtain-
ed by the applicant from the
State of Florida Department of
Air and Water Pollution Control
that the proposed work will not
violate applicable water quality
A public notice is being dis-
tributed to all known interested
persons in order to assist in de-
veloping facts on which a deci-
sion by the Corps of Engineers
can be based. For accuracy and
completeness of the record, all
data in support of or in opposi-
tion to the proposed work should
be submitted in writing setting
forth sufficient detail to furnish
a clear understanding of the rea-
sons for support or opposition.
PA.GE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971
Not A Tear In Sight
Try hard as we can, we just can't manage the first
tear for the prisoners of Attica, New York. That isn't
to say we're glad some men died, and we are taught that
we should be concerned over such people as criminals,
etc. But the men of Attica prison knew what they were
letting themselves in' for and chose to ignore pleas to
surrender and live.
We concur with the decisions of the New York State
CorrectionsDirector Oswald and Governor Nelson Rocke-
feller in their forcing the issue and not giving ground
to the criminal element.
It just might be that they are too
turning the tide of. handling the social
nation may have already gone too far in
who do not deserve to be coddled.
late in finally
An English journalist stationed in the United States
-and his name escapes us -at the moment-wrote two
days after the Attica riots were over that he was taking
- his family and going back home. He wrote that it was
just to dangerous to remain in the United States. He
wrote, in part: "This could ,have. happened nowhere
else in the world but in the United States. No other na-
tion would have allowed such a situation to develop with
It might be that he is right. In his native England
the policemen don't carry guns. They still hang their mur-
derers. In America police had better carry guns if they
hope to live very long and we're in the midst of a hot de-
bate as to whether or not it is unhumane to execute our
Like the shaving lotion ,commercial where the man
is slapped on the face with a certain brand of' after shave
and he responds with a grateful, "Thanks, I needed that!"
It could be that the rumble at Attica will be just the slap
in the face America needs to realize how close it is to
bowing to anarchy in its zeal to "protect the rights". of
those who have shown no consideration for the rights of
It was'gratifying to see police bringing cars into the
football stadium parking lot Friday night from the Ele-
mentary ,School gymnasium entrance rather, than have
all that heavy traffic trying to get in across the foot traf-
fic flowing into the stadium itself.
Toward the end of last year's'football season, we call-
ed attention to this fact-that a different entrance was
needed to the parking area for vehicle traffic before some-
one was run over or injured. .
The; manner in which the traffic controllers handled
parking and entrance and egress to the parking area was,
much more efficient and certainly safer than the practice
A somewhat poignant motto. on a real estate agent's
card" points out one environmental problem that no one
seems-to be able to do very much about. The motto reads,
"Buy Land Now-No More Being Made."
Of course, the problem is created by rising numbers
of people who must ocupy a fixed number of acres of
land. Within a comparatively few, years, the realiza-
tion has spread that, while a man's home is his castle,
he may find difficulty acquiring a spot of ground upon
which to place his castle. Moreover, rising population
pressure is bound to alter the traditional meaning of
property rights. Zoning, taxation, condemnation-all of
these things are eating away at the sanctity of private
ownership of land which many believe is the foundation
of freedom and representative government.
The conflict over how land is to be used is the subject
of a recent feature in The Wall Street Journal. The
Journal piece deals mainly with the loss of prime agri-
cultural .lands to urbanization. Land-use experts fear
that in 50 to 100 years there may not be enough farm-
land left to feed everybody. About 1.5 million acres of
farmland, according to U. S. Department of, Agriculture
estimates, is being taken over by housing subdivisions,
factories, highways and other forms of urban sprawl
A short subject on television last week showed the
/ elimination of farmlands in California used to grow arti-
chokes through encroachment of urbanization causing
the value of land to rise to the point where the owner
could no longer grow artichokes and earn enough money
to pay the taxes on his land which had increased in value
to the point where his taxes were now prohibitive.
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proal
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed words thourhtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly on.
incee. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.
used in the past.
After setting a traffic fatality record in Gulf County
turning gthe tide of handling the social pariahs. Our
; to go in the year, anything that can be done to make
driving and walking safer should be done immediately.
Walking into and out of the football stadium used
* to be an adventure a harrowing -adventure. It was
just one great big game of "chicken" until everyone got
settled' down and the game began. Again we, applaud the
newly instituted arrangement for handling traffic and
hope everyone will cooperate since it is in the interest of
While we, are, not bothered -wtih the urbanization of
land in Gulf County at this time, we see a need for con-
cern ip the changing use of land in our county. We are
changing from a pine tree agriculture economy to a small
grain crop economy. Not to say that this isn't good, but
in light of the Wall Street Journal article, it may be in
tune for this section of Florida to take a look at where
it is going and set up guidelines now to prevent the finan-
cial destruction of what we have until we can replace it
with something better.
Pineland acreage is disappearing in the U. S. just as
row crop acreage is being diminished. People cannot eat
without enough land on which to grow crops and paper
mills cannot operate without pine trees. If we tackle the
problem now, both the people and the paper mills can stay
here and be assured of the necessary "food" acreage
to maintain the life of both.
Too Late To Classify
I By Russell Kay
In the middle of Puget Sound,
in the state of Washington,
there is a group of small islands
known as the "Sunny San
Juans". Natives will tell you
there is no place on earth more
desirable for a permanent home.
They have a weather zone all
their own, plus the kind of
scenery one would expect to find
along the Norwegian fjords.
While nearby Vancouver and
Seattle experience 40 inches or
more of rain a year, the San
Juans have from 15 to 25. The
weather is never extreme, vary-
ing from 40 degrees in the win-
ter to 61 in summer. Prevail-
ling winds from the Pacific, along
with an abundance of sunshine,
gives them an enviable year
Comparatively unknown, the
area has been overlooked by
homeseekers and investors alike
and those who live there are
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend |
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ._... 5:45
EVENING WOR1IHP ... 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ... 7:30
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
I,..-m 'a _
ORLANDO, The Florida Bank-
ers Association today announced
open opposition to the November
2 Florida income tax referendum.
The referendum will ask Florida
voters to approve an amendment to
the State's Constitution. The pro-
posed amendment would permit
a state income tax on Florida cor-
FBA President John A. Jenkins,
chairman, Penellas Central Bank
& Trust Company, Largo, Fla., ex-
plained the reasons for the As-
sociation's opposition this way
"There are two primary reasons
why an overwhelming number of
Florida bankers oppose the in-
come tax as a means of financing
"First, Florida bankers feel'that
an income tax on business will ul-
timately be passed on to consumers
in the pricing of goods and ser-
"Second, we feel an income tax
on business is a 'step toward a per-
sonal income tax which many
states now impose. Of the 44
states which have a corporate in-
come' tax, only one does not tax
"We encourage all Florida citi-
zens to consider the income tax
issue carefully before going to the
polls on November 2."
just as well satisfied. There is
no pollution. The air is fresh
and-clean. Flowers and vegeta-
bles grow in profusion, waters
of the Sound are clean and in-
viting. Fish are found in abun-
dance in both the fresh water
streams and In the salt waters
that wash the shores.
Largest community on the is-
land is Friday Harbor with a
population of a little over 800.
The town is not seeking new set-
tlers. It shuns publicity and is
happy with things as they are.
Recently, Friday Harbor was
visited by a promoter who tabu-
lated the advantages the area
offered and began talking about
what he could do for the place.
He proposed a development
with all the usual modern im-
provements such as a golf
course, yacht basin, high rise
apartments, swimming pools and
all the rest.
His sales pitch fell on deaf
ears. The town council over-
whelmly voted it down. The
kind of progress 'the promoter
advanced did not blind them to
what they already had, beaches
mixed between craggy shore
lines, hills forested with fir
and pine, lush meadows, lakes
and streams. Whales frolic off
shore and bald eagles soar over-
head against a backdrop of
snow capped mountains of the
mainland. All these advantages,
and more, are topped off with
300 days of sunshine a year.
Most of the citizens of Friday
Harbor had visited the developed,
areas with their crowded cities,
their packed freeways, their
apartments and other so-called
advantages boasted of by cham-
bers of commerce advertising for
new settlers, new factories, new
developments with their man-
They said they preferred man
to come as a gentle interloper
and not as an army of invaders
bent on destruction.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Do you ever get that guilty feeling over things that
you do or do not do, such as not going to church at times,
or letting your grass grow, or putting off raking the yard,
or maybe you just splurged and bought something you
didn't really need? I get this feeling occasionally.
I usually head for the house around 6:30 or 7:00 in
the evening, and this is when I, get my guilty feeling most
often. And it bothers me .. a little.
On my way home I'll usually see Mr. and Mrs. George
Suber, Mrs. Verna Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Temple,
Mrs. Hubert Richards and occasionally Bill Allstastter
out taking a walk. Or maybe I'll run into Mrs. Jacque
Price, Mrs. John Howard, Mrs. Alice Bowen or Mrs. Ber-
nice Wager out riding their bicycles.
These people are just burning up that old energy to
try and stay neat and trim and there I go, all but break-
ing the speed limit to get home to my recliner chair.
Therein lies my guilt feelings. Why can't I be indus-
trious like those other people? I'll confess, though, that
recliner chair has a strong pull after a full day down
here at the office.
Even with all this guilt feeling building up on the
way home, as with all guilt, there's always something
comes along which sort of sooths over feelings and makes
those little pangs of misgiving smooth off and nearly feel
good. My recliner chair does this to me. Rather than
feel guilty as I lean back and give a long sigh as my feet
begin to laugh, I begin to feel sorry for those people
out in the hot sun, trudging up a hot sidewalk or pedaling
a bike up a dangerous highway. I'm not tempting the
danger of a heat stroke or inviting a heart attack due to
That glorified NBC Week wasn't all that glorified,
was it? For weeks NBC has been harping on things to
But what did they do? They moved my favorite
"Ironsides" to Tuesday night where I can't watch it but
about once a month; they cut out "Name of the Game"
and "High Chapperal" and just generally loused up
They even messed up the Osmond Brothers. They
were on with another favorite, Flip Wilson, Thursday
night and have changed their style. There were five boys
with some of the best harmony I have ever heard and
now they are "holler" singers. You can't understand a
word they say and the beautiful harmony is gone.
I guess they call that "cool", but I ;don't need
kind of "cool". The air conditioner is on for that
pose. When I hear the Osmonds I want to hear
keen harmony they are so good at.
I guess we'll just have to wait until NBC week next
year to see if we can get any improvements.
I felt sorry for Mr. McGovern last week. He was in
Siagon last week after first meeting in Paris with Xuan
Thuy, North Vietnam's minister of state and the people
in Siagon treated him shabbily.
Now Mr. McGovern feels harder toward the South
Vietnamese simply because they are piqued at him for
wanting to give their country away to the Viet Cong.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
don't waste electricity
your air conditioner
The lower the thermostat setting on your air
conditioner, the more electricity you'll use. For economy,
set the thermostat at the highest temperature you find
comfortable (usually about 780), and leave it there.
You'll conserve electricity!
r rem md
~dc~ fora ra eid
Safe Parking Practice
Not Making Any More
: D 1
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, lorida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971 A IM
Florida motorists will be among tinue to indicate no passing sec- ings.
the first in the nation to see a tions on two lane roads. A double addition white center line
new marking system on all two solid yellow line prohibits vehic- In addition, white center line
lane highways within the state., les traveling 1in either direction markings on many Florida roads
e reiufrom passing. A solid yellow line which have been sunbleached to a
Yellow, a color previously iden in one lane indicates vehicles in pale gray require the use of black
tified with no passing zones, will that lane may not pass. paint between the white line to in-
be used on the center line mark- crease contrast.
expected to change the markings
on city and county roads to comply
with the new Manual on Uniform
Traffic Control Devices.
Florida DOT paint crews have
the massive task of maintaining
pavement markings on 19,929 miles
of rnods. T.Lat vonar h thetn DOT
New Marking Instructions Being
Introduced To Florida Highways
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ......equally spaqedi arouna1 me clr-
ing for all two lane two-way roads. In addition to the increased Paint for the white and Black crews, two in each of the Depart- equa
Florida Department of Transpor- safety factor of the new marking Paines presently costs five and Black crewstwodistricts, used morepart- cumference of the tire, or marked
station striping crews already are system, Florida' taxpayers will find lines present cost of the yellow line, than 425,000 gallons of paimorenot for highway use or "for
painting the new markings on so- economic fringe benefits, mile. Paint cost of the yellow l ine, th 26,808 paint mllons of paint to racing purposesonly." This at
cwwhich will require no black paint mark 26,858 paint miles of pave- mends the old law which stated
condary roads, on whichntenance Yellow paipt"s far more dur for contrast, will be $14.40 per ment markings, including center that tires must have a visible
counties assume maintenance Oc. able than white and Florida DOT mile, a savings of $12.90 per mile and edge lines. tread across the base but did not
tober 1. engineers estimated the increased in material cost alone. require a certain tread depth.
' The new yellow skip-line center lifespan of the yellow paint will Colonel Reid Clifton, director of
marking will appear on 15,700, result 'in savings of 30 to 40 per- City and c o u n t y officials CLASSIFIED AD the,Patrol said, "Drivers should
miles of state-maintained Florida cent in materials and manpower throughout the state are aware of "Midget InvestmentsWi the Pa trol said, "Drivers shouldck
roads, including primary and se- required to repaint worn mark- the new marking system and are stops and fast turns which in-
condary roads. creases the normal wear and tear
The change In the conventional of tires. Keeping the front end of
white center line marking was re- I a vehicle aligned will reduce tire
commended by the American As- wear and tear and increase mile-
sociation of State Highway Otfi- age."
eials and the Federal Control De- T o S Patrol records show that during
vices Other states are expected to the year of 1970, blowouts and de-
follow Florida's lead in re-marking -Canges o Soc ia Securiy fective tires were listed as a con-
two lane roads. tributing cause in 2,406 crashes.
Pr r..r. f"Give special attention to the
Primary reason for the new Students 18 to 22 who collect get monthly social security pay- your local social security office, maintenance of tires. Keep them
marking system is to educate mo- social security are reminded to re- ments because a parent collects Residents of this area should dial properly inflated, replace those
tourists always to keep the yellow port their earnings and any disability or retirement benefits "O" and ask for WX-4444. The of- that are worn and guard against
marking to the left of the vehicle, changes in school enrollment, at- or has died. Students can continue fice is located at 1316 Harrison using tires not intended for high-
Solid yellow lines will con- tendance, or marital status to their to get benefits to age 22 if they Ave., Panama City, and is open way use. Maximum steering and
social security offices. continue as fulltime students and Monday through Friday from 8:30 stopping ability depends on tires
The reminder comes from David remain single., a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on na- having a good tread," concluded
Robinson, Social Security Field Re- For further information contact tional holidays. Colonel Clifton.
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Pate's Service Center
Jimmy's Phillips "66" Station
presentative for Gulf County.
"If a student beneficiary leaves
school or starts, attending on a
parttime basis, he needs to notify
social security immediately," Ro-
binson said. "Either of these
changes in his status as a student
will stop his monthly benefits if
he is 18 or over."
"A student's total yearly earn-
ings from part-time or temporary
job as well as self-employment can
also affect his benefits," Robinson
said. "Any student in this area
who knows his earnings for this
year will exceed $1,680 should re-
port this to social security. Other-
wise, he might receive payments
which would have to be made up
Social security benefits' are re-
duced by $1 for every $2 earned if
the student beneficiary earns be-
tween $1,680 'and $2,880 in a year.
Benefits are reduced by $1, for
every $1 earned if he earns over
$2,880 a year. A beneficiary cazi
get full benefits for any month he
earns less than $140, regardless of
how much he earns in a year.
If a student beneficiary changes
schools, he should report his trans-
fer to social security, according to
"And if a student, gets married,
he should get in touch with us
right away," Robinson said. "Mar-
riage stops a student's cash pay-
ments under social security."
Over 500,000 students, 18 to 22,
By The Florida Power Corporation
Some summer vegetables are
still available in fresh quantities.
Squash are 'very nutritious and
add much variety to our menu
planning. This recipe is a casserole
type and may be served with beef
roast, peas with mushroom slices,
garlic bread, and chiffon pie your
electric range lends to quick pre-
paration with controlled heat for
SUMMER SQUASH BAKE
2 ,medium-sized zucchini squash
'1 yellow summer squash
1 tomato, cut into bite size pieces
1 medium onion, sliced into rings
'V teaspoon sweet basil
'% stick butter or margarine
Wash and scrape the outside
of the squash. Slice into % inch
pieces. Using a 9-inch disposable
aluminum pie tin arrange squash
in a circular overlapping fashion
beginning with zucchini and al-
ternating with yellow squash. Top
with tomato, onion rings, salt, pep-
per, sweet basil and dot with but-
ter. Cover with heavy duty foil.
Place on grill with roast the last
hour of cooking time.
TIME: Approximately 1 hour to
1 hour and 10 minutes.
New Tire Specs
Set for Auto
TALLAHASSEE Tires must
meet new standards beginning
October 1, 1971, in order to pass
vehicle inspection announced the
Florida Highway Patrol today.
Vehicles will not pass inspec-
tion if tires have less than 2/32 of
an inch tread depth in any two
tread grooves at three locations
use the want ads
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971
THE FIGHTING SHARKS-Front'row, left to right: Man-
ager Jay Fleming, Jim Faison. Lawrence Bowen, Perry Adki-
son, Ricky Armstrong, Ken Whittle, Steve Atchison, Mike
Dickey, Chris Davis, Russell Chason, Bob Smith, Manager
Barry Nobles. Second row: Arthur Shackleford, Robert,
Dickens, Harold Hardy, Archie Shackleford, John Blount,
Barron Abrams, Mike White, Tyler Smith, Allen Hammock,
Phil Lewis, Jim Moore, James Daniels, Steve Davis, Emit
Daniels. Third row: Coach Jerry Lewter, Eddie Summers,
THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED AS
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Make Your House A Home at Danley's
Sears Roebuck & Co., Catalog Sales
H. Lee Treace and Son
Mary Carter Paint Store
In Econ-O-Wash Building
Hurlbut Furniture and Appliances,
Admiral Appliances Sherwin-Williams Paints
BOYLES Department Store
Clothing and Shoes for the Family
Campbell's Drug Store
"The Country Drug Store"
Costin's Department Store
Quality Clothing for the Entire Family
St. Joe Furniture and Appliance Co.
Kelvinator Appliances Fine Furniture
St. Joe Hardware Company
Roche's Furniture and Appliance Store
Frigidaire Appliances Ruth Berry Pumps
Western Auto Associate Store
"'r ^ David B. May, Owner
Gulf life Insurance Company
Insurance Protection for Your Family
Danny Etheridge, Steve Owens, Martin Adkison, Leland /
Williams, Bobby McKiernan, Marvin Adkins, Bruce Nixon, I.
Thaddus Russ, Mark Smith, Ken Wiemorts. Vie Adkison,
Coach Kesley Colbert. Back, row: Coach Bill Wood, Mur-
ray Smith, Rodney Nobles, Phil Early, Steve Bass, Chris King,
Eddie Rich, Robert Creamer, Ronnie Kirkland, Craig, Davis,
Steve Hattaway, Ed Floore, John Scott And Coach Wayne
Taylor. -Star photo
A PUBLIC SERVICE BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS:
Butler's Restaurant and Lounge St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Fine Steaks Fresh Gulf Seafood Hapiness Is An Extension Telephone
Pate's Shell Service Center Standard Oil Company
Firestone Tires J. Lamar Miller, Agent
Dairyburger Sandwich Shop AVCO Financial Services
Drop by for a Snack or Cold Drink Loans up to $600.00
Florida First National Bank at Port St. Joe Apalachicola Northern Railroad Co.
Member FDIC Serving the Apalachicola Valley
Citizens' Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Basic Magnesia, Incorporated
Save by the 10t% ... Earn from the 1st Port St. Joe Seawater Magnesia Plant
Glidden-Durkee Division of SCM Corp. Humphrey's Union 76 Service
Boosters of Port St. Joe and the Sharks W. B. "Bill" Humphrey
Hannon Insurance Agency Ralph and Henry's Standard Service
Insurance Real Estate Standard Oil Products
Marvin's TV Repair Service Comforter Funeral Home
Color Service Specialists Pete Hortense Rocky
Raffield's Retail Seafood Market Kilpatrick Funeral Home
Fresh Gulf Seafood At Our Docks 24 Hour Ambulance Service
St. Joe Auto Parts Company St. Joe Motor Company
Your NAPA Parts Dealer Ford and Mercury Sales and Service
St. Joe Paper Company Gulf Service Station
St. Joe Kraft Aubrey R. Tomlinson "Coldest Drinks In Town"
St. Joe Stevedoring Company The Star Publishing Company
Shippers of Products All Over the World Printers Publishers Office Supplies
Sept. 17-Wewahitchka, H
Sept. 25-Walton Hi, H
Oct. 1-Perry, T
Oct. 8-Niceville, H
Oct. 15-Crestview, T
Oct. 22-Gulf Breeze, T
Oct. 29-Blountstown, H
Nov. 5-Marianna, H
Nov. 12-Quincy, T
Nov. 19-Chipley, T
THE STAR, Port St. Jo*, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971 PAGE I Vt
Pep Rally, Big Bonfire Stirs Up Winning Fever
Cheer leaders whip up enthusiasm for the home team' at the
pep rally Thursday evening held in the football stadium parking
lot. The drums rolled, the, kids shouted, the fire burned and 'the
adrenalin flowed 'as the students put the mental whammy on the
Wewahitchka Gators. who came here for Friday's game.
A giant bonfire was the center of attraction at a pep rally held
Thursday evening by Port St. Joe High School students in opening
the 1971 football season. The bonfire and rally attracted nearly
500 students to the parking lot of Shark Stadium where the band
played and the cheer leaders led the crowd in several cheers.
One of the attractions at the pep rally Thursday night was an
old car the kids had pulled up and sold opportunities to use a
sledge hamnier on its body, three licks for a quarter. Mrs. Jacque
Price, a teacher at Pert St. Joe High School took her turn, but didn't
do a whole lot of damage. --Star photos
cl a s s e s meeting approximately tion to Data Processing, EN, 201
From October 2 through December English Usage, EH 207 Con-
S11, with the exception of the Satur- temporary Literature, PE 101 Be-
day after Thanksgiving. ginning Tennis, PSY 201 Gen-
A total of 11 academic courses College", which is due to begin this week. sons unable to enroll in the Col- Academic coursples now inclunt- eral Psychology, PSLS 163 FuBasicnda-
and 23 internship courses have with registration at 7:45 a.m. Sat- Designed to serve superior high lege's regular fall program duringing, BAN 10 P ntermediate Accu- mental of SpeeCH 101 -
been scheduled for Gulf Coast urday, Oct. 2, in the Social Science school seniors, area teachers work- the normal work week, "Weekend counting, BAN 225 Principles of I Ten of the eleven course carry
Community College's "Weekend Auditorium, it was announced i[g on certification, and other per- C olI e g e" consists of Saturday Advertising, DP 101 Introduc- three semester hours of college
Credit, while the physical educa-
*' 'tion class carries one semester
i I Internship courses available are
.-- _in the field of air conditioning,
S^ Icooperative business and industrial
Education, 'dental assistant, data
processing, engineering, and food
SL service. Persons interested in en-
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SGT. LINDA F. CARPENTER
Receives Medal I
PANAMA CITY---Staff Sergeant
courses are requested to contact Linda F. Carpenter, daughter of
Lester Morley, dean of technical' Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter of
and .specialized education, at least Rt. 3, -Port St. Joe, has received
one week prior to registration, the U. S. Air Force Commendation
Medal at Tyndall AFB. "
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Sergeant Carpenter distinguish-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruckman ed herself by meritorious service
announce the birth of a son, Frank- as' a military training instructor
lin David, on September 17. The for the 3743rd Women in the Air
Ruckmans are formerly of Port Force Training Squadron at Lack-
St. Joe and now live in Gallatin, land AFB, Texas.
Tennessee. She is now serving at Tyndall as
-- a supply specialist in a unit of the
WEEK END VISITORS Aerospace Defense Command
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson of which protects the U. S. against
Miami visited in the home of Mr. hostile aircraft and missiles.
and Mrs. Frank Ruckman last' The sergeant is a 1964 graduate
week. of Madison High School.
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The Band Parents Association
held its first meeting of the school
year on Monday, September 13 at
8:00 p.m. in the band room of the
Port St. Joe High School.
Many fund raising projects are
being planned by the band parents
for the school year, including pop-
corn sales at football games; a spa-
ghetti supper for homecoming on
October 29; stadium cushions in
the school colors and football pro-
The Band Parents Association is
in the process of 'a membership
drive and would like to take this
opportunity to invite all the par-
ents of both junior and senior
band students, as well as all adult.
citizens of Port St. Joe to become
members of the Band Parents As-
sociation. Their help is needed.
HOLLY HENDRIX PLEDGED
TO DELTA DELTA AT STETSON
Holly Ruth Hendrix, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Hendrix of
Port St. Joe, has been pledged into
Delta Delta Delta sorority at Stet-
son University in DeLand.
PAGESIx rH STAR- Port .., -a. Fl.. 324STHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1971
MISS LINDA ROSE BRIGHT
Mrs. Genevieve Bright of Panama City announces the engage-
ment and approaching marriage of her daughter, Linda Rose Bright,
to Kenneth Joseph* Gautreaux, son of Mr. and Mrs. -Claude Gau-
treaux of Port St. Joe.
The couple 'will wed October 9 at 6:00 p.m, in the St. Johns
Catholic Church of Panama City.
No local invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives
of the couple are invited to attend.
The reception will be held at the Garden, Center of Panama
Stone Circle Meets
With Mrs. Taylor
The Annie V. Stone Circle of
the First United Methodist Church
met in the home of Mrs. 0. M. Tay-
lor on Monday afternoon. Prior, to
the business meeting, Mrs. Taylor
served delicious refreshments to
the eight members present.
Mrs. R. H. Brinson called the
meeting to order and. Mrs. Calla
Perritt lead the group in prayer
and gave the devotional and pro-
gram, reading from the 4th chap-
ter of II Corinthians. The program
was both enlightening and interest-
ing, explaining the origin and
meaning of the Apostles' Creed.
- A work day for 'items for the
bazaar is planned for Tuesday,
September 28, at 1:30 at the Social
Hall of the Church.
Mrs. Alfred Joines invited the
Circle members to meet with her
for,the October meeting.
The meeting was -dismissed with
the WSCS benediction.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert West, Jr.,
of Tallahassee are the parents of
a son, Terry Wayne, born Septem-
ber 13. Mrs. West is the former
"Midget Investments With
Giant Returne" *,
District Governor Jensen Praises
Lions Club for Their Activities
District Governor Dan Jensen! to continue the search for new
of Chipley, paid an official visit members at all times. "We are the
to the Port St. Joe Lions Club on largest service club in the world",
Monday and heaped praises upon he noted, "and we stay that way
the heads of the local service club by constantly searching out new
members. members". Jensen noted that even
Jensen had nothing but compli- with a strong concentration on
ments for the local club members membership, Lions International
and their participation in the, lost as many members as it gained
Florida Lions' Sight Conservation labt year through death and resig-
program. He had many good things nations. .
to say about the club's attendance Prior to the Governor's address,
record which is regularly above member Higdotn Swatts gave an
90% each month. assigned three minute talk on
Jensen recognized the Lions' Lionism. ,
horse show project which has raise.
ed a lot of money for the Florida
program and providing glasses for
people in the county who need
.but cannot afford them. He was
especially complimentary of the
local club's program of also provid-
ing glasses for old people who
need them. "Everyone is concern-
ed with the youth", Jensen said,
"but these old people have needs
that must be met also".
The District Governor closed his
remarks by stressing the need for
new members. He recognized that
the Port St. Joe club has good
membership then stressed the need
Donald B. Maddox Accepted for
Membership In White Knights
MARION, ALA.-Cadet Donald crack White :Knights Drill Team
1. Maddox of Port St. Joe has been of 130oyear-old Marion Institute.
selected for membership in the' He was,: tie only 1st semester
cadet to makh the team in the com-
petition for the eight vacancies
caused by graduation. He got a
headstart though, because his
brother, David, who graduated
From Marion Institute last May,
taught hi*- some of the tricks.
'David was .a member of the White
Knights 16r two years.
A college freshman, Donald is
the son' of Mr. and Mrs. David B.
Maddox 6f Port St. Joe.
Last Year, -the White Knights&
won thd drill team championship
of Alabama and were--runner-up
in the Southeast.
For a prep school-junior college
with 50q students competing a'
gaijqt 41, senior college competi-
tinn, that'sA not bad.
P This year's Knights, Donald a-
fmong them; have decided early
1111 V. that it is not good enough.
Aquatic Weeds Becoming
Menace to State Streams
Although this part of the state the state's waterways as water feel we can adequately control
is not particularly bothered with hyacinth, hydrilla and Eurasian these weeds economically."
this problem, Dr. Al Burkhalter of water mill fall. The wNter hya- Guests of the club were Tom
the Department of Natural Resour- cinth has the best foothold in the Coldewey of Port St. Joe and Lam-
ces told the, Rotary Club Thurs- state, but the other two, which bert Goodman in charge of hya-
day that growth of non-native aqua- have been introduced since 1965 cinth control in Florida.
tic weeds is becoming a gigantic are faster growing, and harder to *
problem in Florida waterways.
Dr. Burkhalter listed the three
most prolific water weeds choking
3-piecer you won't see L ^
every day .. unusual O
alligator-look double knit
vest and pant with a
solid stock tie shirt.
Long vest is a conversa-
tion piece with buttoned a
set-in waist and twin C-
'pockets. Jo Lester puts
it all together in care-
free 100% polyester in
black or brown. Sizes
8 to 16. gE
"All- three weeds completely
clog a waterway", Burkhalter said
Thiift Shop Workers
"and the state spent $2.8 million Workers at the Thrift Shop Fri-
in water weed control alone last day, Septemiber 24 from 2:30 to
year". 4:30 are As. Lamar Hardy and
At present the pests are being Mrs. Richard Porter.
fought with chemicals and by me- Summer items as well as fall
chanical raking. "What We are merchandise will be offered;
looking for is natural enemies", For pick-up of items to be do-
the speaker said. He said the nated to tlhe Shop call Mrs. L..L.
state board is presently studying Cdpenhav Mrs. B. Roy Gibson,
a species of fish that eat the veg- Jr., or Mrs. Wesley Thompson.
etation to introduce into the w- a--
terways bothered with the noxious CARD OF THANKS
weeds. The particular fish under We wish to thank Dr. Wayne
study has a life span of about four Hendrix and all of the nurses and
years and cannot reproduce in personnel of Municipal Hospital
Florida waterways because condi- for taking such excellent care of
tions are not right. our daughter, Toni Thomas, dur-
"At present", Dr. Burkhalter ing her stay in the hospital. Also
said, "we have four ,weapons to our thanks to our many, friends
fight the weeds-chemicals, me- for the kindness shown during hper
chanical methods, lake drawdown ilness. Mai God bless each one of
and natural enemies. The first you.
three tools are not exactly desir- George L. Thomas Family
able and costly, but if we can ade- Willie King Family
quately develop the last tool, we Chester Gant, Jr., Family
LETTER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS
CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS
BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTING
The Diversified Cooperative Training- Club
was organized at Port St. Joe High School last
week with officers and members pictured above.,
Seated, from left to right, are: Linda Bass, sec-
retary; Dewana Guillot, Vice-President and Par-
liamentarian; Lewis Lindsey, President; Patti
Port St. Joe High School's Key Club has start-
ed a new year with several new projects already
underway. The Key Club has its largest member-
ship ever this year. Pictured above left to right,
seated are: Chris King, Treasurer; Lawrence
Bowen, Vice-President; Jim Faison, President;
Steve Atchison, Secretary and Rodney Nobles,
Treasurer. Standing, left to right, are:. Ken Whit-
Combs, Treasurer and Jerry Padgett, Reporter.
Standing, left to right, are: Phillip Dykes, Dianne
Varnes, Joy Thompson, Vicki Stallworth,. Sandra
Lowry, Linda Grace, Wyvonne Griffin and Ricky
tie, Marvin Atkison, Steve Hattaway, Alan Ham-
mock, Craig Davis, Murray Smith, Tony Barnes,
Barron Abrams, Phil Early, Jim Belin, Mike White,
Steve Bass, Bob McKiernan, Eddie Rich, Tyler
Smith, John Paul Blount, Perry Adkison, George
McLawhon, Paul Sailor and John Scott.
I -I IrC I *s
A Better Tomorrow
Begins With Today!
By planning ahead and accumulating
property, you can have a bright future.
Preserve your valuables, deeds, records,
stocks, bonds, insurance papers and other
valuable documents in a safe place .
our Safety Deposit Boxes. Only pennies
a month will guard your valuables.
DCT Club Organizes
Key Club Names Officers
Florida First National Bank
at PORT ST. JOE
Dodson Names New Kiwanis Club Committees
Walter' Dodsoni. newly-elected for a new fiscal year which begins to build the club into one of the has been granted to construct the
president of the Port St. Joe Ki- next Tuesday with installation of strongest and most active in the reef of old car bodies about a mile
,wanis .Club made his committee officers. .city during the coming year. from the sea buoy in the Gulf.
appointments to the club's service Dodson said that the main em- Dodson also announced to the The club also placed their order
activitiess Tuesday, getting ready phasis for the' coming year will be club that a permit had been re- for -Claxton fruit cakes to have
ceived after nearly a year. of work available for sale, during the holi-
"- to construct an artificial fishing day season.
I reef in the Gulf of Mexico. Dod- Guests of the club were Key
son said that after objections had Clubbers Perry Adkisor and Bar-
finally been negotiated, permission ron Abrams.:
SCREAMED ICE FREEZER .
This car creamed, the ice box in front of the Jr. Food Store
late Tuesday .evening of last week when its brakes failed. The ice
box was a total, loss with about, $100.00 damages to the' auto., The
car was driv6enby, Mrs. Milo Smith. ---Star.photo
TI SifA Pot S t. Joe, iorldal THURiSAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971
St. Joe Kraft started off on the
right foot by taking all four games
from Team 4. Evelyn Smith led
the Kraft team with a 524 series.
Ruby Lucas had a high game of
198 for the Kraft team. Diane Ter-
,ry bowled high for Team 4 with a
Florida First National Bank and
Jim's Shirt and Trophy Shop split
two games each. Verna Burch led
the Bank with a 496 series and
picked up the 3-7-10 split. Also
had a high game of 214. Nice go-
ing, Verna. Connie Kirkland was
high for the Shirt and Trophy team .
with a 426 series. Also she picked
up the 1-5-10 split.
..--s On lanes 1 and 2, St. Joe Steve-
S f dores and Williams Alley Kats
S, split two games each. Loyce Bea-
V man led the Stevedores with a 456
S series and had a nice pickup of
S the 3-7-10 split. She bowls better
"' than she keeps score. Williams Al-
Gulf County Men's League ]down the middle oith .13 Mile Oys- ley Kats were led by Eleanor Wil-
*Some. pretty good bowling took ter on lanes 7 and8. Ralph Ward liams with a '445 series.. Norma
place Monday night as the big rolled a big 560 series and 210 Hobbs had a 176' game for the
round ball rdlled down the lanes. game for CampbelPl', Robert Mont- Kats.
Team No. 8 took all four points gomery threw a 539series and 213 Furniture and AN Rail-
from Basic Magnesia on'lanes 1 game for 13 Mile: St. e Fn e and A R a i
and 2. B. J..Richards led Team 8Standings W L the Furniture team winning all
with a 505 series and 223 game. Team No, 8 W t 0 I
For Basic, it was Bo Bouingto's Shirt.and Trophy 6 2 four games. Brenda Mathes led
491. asc, i a and Topy -- 2 -the team with a 191 game and
M .arvm's TV ----..------ 4 41 .
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Roche's Ap- St. Joe Lanes -. 4 4 high seriesof 484. Nadie Aplin
pliances drop foul points to St. Campbell's Drugs --------3 5 led the AN Railroad Hobo's with
Joe Lanes. Jerry. Colvin led Roches 13 Mile Oyster Co. ------3 5 'a 288 series.
with a 543 with David Roche add- Roche's Furniture ------- 3 5
ing a 509. $t. Joe Lanes had Wayne Basic Magnesia! ;...- 1 7 Standings W .L
Smith with a 534 and Steve Worn- T St. Joe Kraft 4 0
ble with a 507. LADIES WINT LEAGUE St. Joe FurnitUre -------- 4 0
Shirt and Trophy grabbed three C-L'e St. Joe Stevedores ------2 2
points from Marvin's TV behind Gulf Cbunty Ladies League op- Alle Kats2 2
Charles Aijrant's 538 and Troy ened their 71-72 bowling season Williams Alley Kats-- 2 2
Gay's 529. Ashley Costin paced Wednedsay night oflast week with Fla. First Nat. Bank 2 2
Marvin's TV with his 535 : eight teams competing. Jim's Shirt and Trophy 2 2
Campbell's Drugs split right Here is how the first night's ac- AN Railroad 0 4
1972 ord* -,.
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IDEAL FOR THE HOME, BOAT or CAR
We Cordially Invite Everyone
to come in and see our exciting new line of FORD cars for 1972
Register for the free door prize being given away.
FREE LOLLIPOPS for the CHILDREN ... FREE COKES and COFFEE the ADULTS
St. Joe Motor Company
FORD MERCURY Telephone 227-3737
is high blood pressure harmful?
It can lead to heart attack and stroKe.
Are there many cases? ;
21 million Americans have some degree
of high blood pressure and hypertensive
What can I do about it?
See your doctor, who has effective ways
to control it, and get in :
the swing again.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob McKhight of
Melbourne, announce the birth of
a son, Michael Robert September
20. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Harry McKnight of Port St. Joe.
NOTICE, TO TAX PAYERS
Pursuant to Section 129.06(2), Florida Statutes, 1969, NOTICE is
hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida, has adopted a SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET .for the Fine and
Forfeiture Fund for, the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1970, and
ending September 30, 1971; that the Board will be in session on Thurs-
day, September 30, 1971, at 9:30 A.M., for the purpose of hearing
complaints, if any, as to the final adoption of said budget, to-wit:
Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1971
Fine and Forfeiture Fund:
Revenue and Receipts: A
A/C No. Budget
3-1241 Intangible Tax $ 3,377.64
3-1310 Fines and Cost 25,000.00
3-1341 Taxes 84,526.00
3-1412 Interest -
TOTAL ESTIMATED. RECEIPTS -- 112,903.64
LESS 5% 5,476.00
95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 107,427.64
BALANCE FORWARD: CASH -__- 23,336.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS,
AND BALANCES $130,763.64
205:00 Circuit Court Operations
205:12 Jurors and Witnesses 300.00
205:12 Attorneys and Experts Fees---- 3,000.00
207:00 County Judge's Office
207:12 Judge's Criminal Fees ---------- 9,750.00
207:12 Jurors and Witnesses Fees -- 650.00
344:12 'Game & Fresh Water Fish Com. 300.00
341:00 Total Sheriff's Budget ------ 110,697.64
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ------- 124,697.64
901:96 Reserve for Contingencies (County) 700.00
941:96 Reserve for Contingencies (Sheriff) 5,366.00
901:99 Reserve 'for Cash Balance ______ -
TOTAL BUDGET 130,763.64
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMA
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /sl S. C. PLAYER, Ch;
Y. CORE, Clerk
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meeting exhaust system needs is a large part of our
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971
by SHANNON SMITH
Home Grounds Specialist
University of Florida
Homeowners usually desire orna- ance to salt spray and salty soils.
mental plants adapted to a wide Shore juniper has been used ex-
variety of environmental condi- tensively for seaside plantings but
tions, requiring little maintenance other varieties could also be used.
and having few pest problems. If Junipers grow from Alaska to
this is the type of plant you want t h e southwest, tolerating e x -
then consider Junipers. trees in temperatures. There
A number of Juniperus species should be no where in Florida
are currently in use by nursery- where these plants couldn't be
men and homeowners, however, grown.
those commonly seen represent They respond well to fertiliza-
only a few of many varieties. The tion so growth rate can be speeded
Junipeius genus contains about up if necessary.
forty species and many named vari- Another advantage to junipers
eties fro these species. Junipers is their excellent drought toler-
range in size from the very dwarf- ance. Tolerance to desert-like con-
types, four to six inches tall, which editions is very important for, plant-
can be used as ground covers to ings it urban situations such as
large trees like our Southern red cities, along streets,, parking lots,
cedar which is really a juniper, and also around some home. Jun-
This tremendous size range and al- ipers require irrigation only under
most never ending array of growth extreme conditions.
forms make junipers outstanding Unfortunately, junipers are not
specimens for use in landscaping, trouble free as many people be-'
Their versatility and adaptability lieve. They can be severely damag-
to a wide range of soils and cli- ed by spider mites. The hotter and
mates, combined with their rela- drier the growing conditions, the
tively easy maintenance make the greater will be the mite problems.
junipers outstanding ornamentals. Mites can be controlled however.
They certainly deserve more re- The second pest problem is a dis-
cognition than they have received ease called juniper' or twig blight.
in the past. During moist seasons or in areas
Junipers have excellent toler- having high humidity, juniper
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ..
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ....
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .._
"Come dnd Worship God With Us"
Tommy Thomas Chevrolet
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Call Panama City 785-5226
Nights, call Port St. Joe 227-3477
-- SAY YOU
Ends Military Career
Mrs. Harvey Lee Treace, wife of CM-Sgt.
Treace, is presented a special certificate of rea&
ognition upon retirement of her husband from
the Air Force at Tyndall AFB. The certificate ig-
the way the Air Force honors the wives of mei
who have completed long careers. Sergeant
Treace '(left) served 29 years in the military and
was presented his retirement certificate at spe-
cial ceremonies conducted by Brig. Gen. Law-
rence J. Fleming, Air Defense Weapons Center
Commander. The sergeant was also presented
the Meritorious Service Medal for his outstanding
service while stationed at Tyndall. The sergeant
and his family plan to reside in Port St. Joe where
he will be owner of the Sears and Roebuck Store.
/ -U. S. Air Force Photo
blight can be a real problem. Tips building. In heavy shade junipers cellent addition to your home
of branches turn brown and even- grow little and are more suscepti- grounds.
tually the entire branch will die ble to disease. Thanks to Dr. Carl Whitcomb,
back. If not sprayed the entire Thanks to Dr. Carl Whitcomb,
back. If not sprayed the entirent m die Check your local nurseries for Ornamental Horticulture Depart-
plant may die. varieties of junipers. These plants, ment, for this information on jun-
One final cultural requirement if used properly, will make an ex- ipers.
should be stressed. Junipers are
full sun plants. This should be
kept in,.mind when using these Say You Saw It In The Star -
plants in the landscape, rlani jun-
ipers where they will receive at
least full sun for half a day, such
as on the east or west side of a
Pore Boy's Corner
IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sept. 23, 24, 25
No. 2 Cans
Tall Cans Jack Mackerel
No. 303 Size
Argo Green Lima Beans
4 cans 99c
Ballards 10 Count
BISCUITS --- 8 cans 69c
Georgia Grade 'A'
SMALL EGGS --- 3 doz. 89c
U. S. No. 1 White
POTATOES --- 10 lbs. 59c
ONIONS --- 2 Ibs. 29c
COPELAND RANGER Y2 or Whole Sliced Free
Fresh Blade Cut
PIG FEET ---------b. 15t CHUCK R
Frosty Mom All Meat Whole,
STICK BOLOGNA ----Ib. 59c RUMP RO
Early Riser Boneless
Smoked Sausage 3 lbs. 99c RIB ROAS
Full Y4 Cut and Wrapped Free Full Cut
PORK LOINS -------b. 59c ROUND S
Whole Cut and Wrapped Free All Meat
PORK LOINS---- lb. 65c STEW BEI
First Cut Good Tender
PORK CHOPS --- lb. 39c CUBED ST
Fresh Ground Delicious
Hamburger -- 3 lbs. $1.49 7-BONE S
GEORGIA GRADE 'A' Limited
OAST -- lb. 59c
AST --- b. 89c
T --- b. $1.19
TEAK ------lb. 99c
EF l---- b. 89c
TEAK ----lb. $1.19
TEAK lb. 79c
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One ofnine all-newTorinos.,
OnlyFord, among all US. car makers,brings
you a completely new line of mid-size cars.
Newest mid-size value. The new Torino is the best built,
best handling mid-size Ford we've ever made. New
engineering. Better ideas like a steering system
insulated against vibration.
Rugged because Torino's
has a new coil spring
suspension system that
offers sure handling and road-
hugging stability. Comfortable because you
get extra riding room in all nine new Torinos for 1972.
Quiet because it's a Ford.
Wrld famous for its quiet ride.-
now one of the worlds most
Ford LTD is quiet...plus.
Quiet... plus luxury. You get a
351 V-8. Automatic transmission.
Power front disc brakes. Power steering. All standard.
Quiet... plus engineering. Rugged S-frame is computer-tuned
to place body mounts precisely for comfort, quiet.
Quiet... plus durability. Aluminized mufflers, zinc-rich primer and
galvanized key underbody parts all help fight rust and corrosion.
Boys 8-13 register now
at your participating Ford Dealer's
1971 Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition.
Hurry, registration ends October 1.
Better idea for safety ... buckle up.
Thunderbird.Ford.TorinaMustang.MaverickPinto.See the 1972 Better Idea Cars at your Ford Dealer's.
St. Joe Motor Company
Port St. Joe, Florida
and AMBULANCE SERVICE
Owned and operated by Robert R. (Ray) Kilpatrick
My Pledge. .
To-serve the public in Funeral and
To serve the Community in working for
To be a friend you can rely on.
New 1972 engineering, styling,
at frozen 1971 prices.. .
Never a better time to buy a Ford!
. PAE EIGHT
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ..-..-----....-....... 6:15 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
STHE STAR, Port St. Jo, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971
.i2,Se,2sanpt.2 RICH and SONS IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
FRESH SLICED BEEF
SWIFT or HORMEL
CANNED HAMS 3 lb. can $2.99
PORK STEAKS -------lb. 59c
PORK ROAST----lb. 49c
Close'Out Special On Our Stock of
500 Count NOTEBOOK
S Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order
,I1 doz. EGGS FREE
Ga. Grade 'A' LARGE
Ga. Grade 'A' SMALL
LEG or BREASTgs
LEG or BREAST
LEG, THIGH or BREAST
FRYER PARTS---- ---lb.
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
FRYER BACKS- .. 4 lbs.
SLICED BACON .- 2 lb. pkg.
WIE NE RS --12 oz. pkg.
BO OGN A----lb. pkg.
GROUND CHUCK -----lb.
PORK LOIN .. lb.
2 LB. CAN MAXWELL HOUSE With $10 Order
Tall Cans CARNATION EVAPORATED
Milk 5 ans89c
No. 2% Cans Hunt's Y. C.
3 or $1.00
DELIGHT -- 1 Lb. Pkgs.
PILLSflURY 10 Count
BISCUITS -------- 4 cans
SUPREME Round Half
Super Stainless Blades
Package of 5 Beg. 89e
Gillette f pkg. 69c
4 Ozi Btl. Liquid Tonic-Reg. $1.19
Geritol btl. 88c
14 Ct. Tablets Reg. $1.19
Geritol -, btl. 88c
AMERICA'S NO.1 TONIC
One of the good
thingsyou can do
48 OZ. BTL. IGA With $10.00 Order or More
Veg. Oil 69c
12 OZ. CANS IGA
Canned ,.Drinks 10or 98c
THE LIGHT ONE 24 Ounce Bottle
Handy Pak CC 2 LB. BAG
IGA ORANGE 6 Ounce Cans
M-- M M M ^A ^f%
5 POUND BAG ROBIN HOOD Cans
mgwg O With $10.00 Order or More u I e o
IGA OCEAN -1 Lb. Pkgs.
EFlour 49c PERCH 2 99c
IGA Medium Small
SHOWBOAT No .2% Can
PORK and BEANS -
4 cans $1.00
IGA 2% Pound Jar
PEANUT BUTTER .-- jar
CAKE MIXES -------- pkg.
Reg. or Cheese Luncheon Loaf
LUZIANNE 48 Count
TEA BAGS --------2 pkgs.
SALAD DRESSING --- 8 oz.
PENNY Tall Cans
DOG FOOD ---- 10 cans $1.00
ISSU E ---- 4 rolls 29c
Large Bags Fresh
OKRA -- bag 49
Bagged for Your Convenience
FALL GARDEN NEEDS
SEEDS ONION SETS
Commercial & Lot Fertilizer
Fresh Fall Crop
FRESH FIELD PEAS-
Our Potatoes are U. S. No. 1 Graded
Irish Potatoes --- 10 lbs. 69c
Fresh Tomatoes -- basket 48c
Red Delicios ancy Golden Ripe
lb. 23c 'b
Ib., 23c Ib.
6 Ibs. $1. 00W
Red or Green Delicious
APPLES -- 3 lb. bag 48c
Larie Bunches North Georgia
TURNIP and COLLARD GREENS
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
Comepetel Home Owned and Oprated by E Rich and Sons
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a book a week 99
thereafter at |
DAIRY FOPDS --
Bluebird Frozen Orange
6 Pak Ctn. 49c
Mrs. Filbert's;- 1 Lb. Bowl
Whipped Oleo -- pkg. 49c
Sonset Gold 8 Oz. Pkg.
Sliced Cheese pkg. 39c
HEINZ KEG 0
SHOWBOAT 29 Oz. Cans
Pork & Beans 4
FROZEN FOQDS -.
6 Pak Ctn..
Quik Stix Frozen 1 .Lb. Basg.
POTATOES -- 5 bags %1.00
Morton Frozen 10 Oz. P Sios.
PIE SHELLS 3 pk- $1.0
BLACKBURN SYRUP N---o. 5 Jar 59c
HORMEL 15 Ounce Cans
CHILI with BEANS--- 3 cans $1.UU
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
MAXWELL HOUSE 10 Ounce Jar
Quality INSTANT COFFEE
1 Ib. box 29C
j iar $1.49
THE FAVORITE of CHAMPIONS 25 Pound Bag f
JIM DANDY DOG FOOD- bag .
MAYONNAISE --- 32 oz. jar 59C
LARA LYNN ALL FLAVORS 14 Ounce Packages
MARSHMALLOW PIES 3 pkgs. I.U
PINK LOTION 32 Ounce Bottles
3 btls. $1.00
3-Down Fresh Small
PORK SPARE RIBS -----
FRESH PORK STEAKS ----
PORK CHOPS _S
SLAB BACON SPECIAL
WHOLE SLAB BACON ---------pound 39c
END CUT SLAB BACON ---- pound 35c
SLICED SLAB BACON --- pound 49c
Stew Beef lb. 79c
GROUND BEEF-- 3 b.$1.69
CUBE STEAK lb. $1.19
ECONOMY MEAT SPECIALS
BACON ENDS and PIECES --- 4 lb. box 79c
FRESH PIG FEET
FRESH PIG TAILS---- 4 lbs. 79
ALL MEAT FRANKS --------3 pkgs. $1.39
Mouthwash You Save 41c
SCOPE--- 17 oz.btl. $1.18
3 Oz. Size Anti-Perspirant-You Save 61c!
3.6 Oz. Size
You Save 21 c
NORTHERN SUPER SOFT BIG ROLLS
-- THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE --
PIGGLY WIGGLY SELECTED
Fresh Green Piggly Wiggly Selected
Pleasure Shop Piggly Wiggly for the Veri-Best Fresh Produce!
k 25c 9
Want The Right Price? Pick The Right Place!
- Quantity Rights Reserved
Prices Advertised Effective Through Saturday, September 25, 1971
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THE STARf Ped Ot. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1971
-- PAO 1 LEVLut
,Two Graduate From UWF
PENSACOLA,o Names of 2741 summer quarter graduates have students receive their first two
University of West Florida 1970-71 been announced by President years of instruction.
-" .,- Harold Bryon Crosby. Among recent graduates were:
CLASSIFIED ADS Twenty-six of the seniors were Rodney Louis Herring, Port St.
designated honor graduates. To be'Joe, Bachelor of Arts Degree and
eligible for honors designation, a Sandra Carol Abreu Batson, We-
S Giant RIte student must have earned at least wahitchka, Bachelor of Science De-
60 quarter hours in graded courses gree.
...... and have the following required -
S PINES grade point averages: Summa Cum
: nd T 1 ,Laude, 3.9; Magna CumLaude, 3.7,
nd Tall and Cum .Laude, 3.5.
.'In Florida' is The University of West Florida
I 'is an upper-level institution ad-
'.! 'jj emitting Florida's extensive public BID NO. 121
... | junior college program in which The City of Port St. Joe invites
bids for the purchase of the Wash-
ington Elementary School build-
ing located at the corner of Main
and Avenue "G" in the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida. This bid is
for the building only, which is
constructed entirely of wood, with
the proviso that it either be re-
moved from the property or that
it be torn down and all material
and debris be removed from the
Bid must contain guarantee that
the building will be removed from
the property within ninety (90)
days from letting-of bid and guar-
antee also that the property will
be cleared of all material and ex-
traneous matter after the building
s removed. The City of Port St.
Joe reserves the right to accept or
reject any or all bids received.
Bids should be submitted to the
City Clerk's Office in the Munici-
pal Building, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, no later than 5:00 p.m.,
Eastern Time, October 19, 1971,
and will be opened at the regular
City Commission meeting October
19, 1971, at 8:00 p.m., Eastern
C. W. BROCK 9-16
City Auditor and Clerk 5t
TO BE VOTED ON
NOVEMBER 2, 1971
NOTICE OF ELECTION
WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1971, Un.
di, tLe Constitution if the SLate of ifl o
ida, passed Joint Resolution No. 7-B, pro-
posinr an amendment to the Constitution
uper-Right"-Western Beef (Bone in) "Super-Right" Western Beef Chuck "Super-Right" Wesfe
Charcoal Steaks......b$1.49 Cubed Steaks..... $1.29 Pork Chops
Aligood Brand Sugar Cured "Super-Right" Western Beef (cut from Chu:k) "Super-Right" Loin I
Sliced Bacon...... 59c California Steak..... 99c Pork Roasts
"Super-Right" Western Beef "Super-Right" Western Beef (Bone' in) "Super-Right" Rib Ei
Swiss Steak -- Ib. $1.19 Shoulder Arm Steak $1.49 Pork Roasts
"Super-Right" All Meat ."Super-Right". extra Lean Freshly "Super-Right" Count
Skiness ranks..".. 41c_6nd ec
Skinless Franks.... 4c nd Be....A Oer .63c Pork Backbo
F SAVE60c THISWEEK! SAVE 10c LB. THIS WEEK! SAVEIO0c
0 / COIC Ik A -`
S sor SLICED BOLOGNA
S Wh 1. 9c ithou
Coupon..... Pkg. 79c
(.Imit I w/Coupon & $7.50 or more order)
Coupon good through Sept. 26, 1971
SAVE 60c ^^,
': ^^ ~~~ --^r~ -1n isJS
This 1'T Coupon
Coupon ..... ag 65
(Limit 1 w/Coupon & $7.50 or more order)
Coupon good through Sept. 26, 1971
+ QUAKER INSTANT GRITS
1ith 8-oz. I c Withou
Coupon..... Pkg. U 1 37c
(Limit 1 w/Coupon & $7.50 or more order)
Coupon good through Sept. 26, 1971
SC-254 35c off
i w,,q,_v SAVE 18c l
j Copeland's All Meat Grade "A" Fla. or Ga. Fr. Fryer Leg, Thighs, Drmsicks. or "Super-Right" Whole
Dinner Franks ..... 69c Fryer Breasts.... .. 59c Pork Loins.
* "Super-lIght" Chipped Turkey, Chicken, Ham, Corn Beef or Cop'n John's Frozen (Haddock Fillets 1-Lb. Pkg. 99cl Cap'n John's Frozen
Chipped Beef I...3 $1.00 Perch Fillets ..... 69c Fish Sticks.
A&P Fresh ILb. Ctn. Cap'n John's Frozen (Cod Fillels 1-Ut. Pkg. 79c) Cap'n John's Frozen
Pimento Cheese cn. 79c Flounder Fillets..... ^ 89c Fish & Chips
SAVE 26c THIS WEEK! IISAVE
m- I I m wUA.1 m SAVm m22c1O1 3 PKGS._lI
Golden Rise Special Eatwell Brand Special 5 Grain
Biscuits.... .. 6 1. 49c Grated Tuna ....3 '~. 89c A&P Aspirin
A&P Frozen Seashell Special! Green Giant 17 4. Sweet Peas or W.K. A&P Regular or Men
Macaroni Casserole. ,: 39c Niblets Cori..... 1= 25c Shave Cream
A&P Frozen Special! Lanolin Rich or E.ra Dry Skin A&P Anti-Perspirant
Macaroni & Cheese. .. 49c Woodbury Lotion... 2 11S., Spray Deodo,
9 SECRET SPRAY DEODORANT
With 3-Ox. 19C Without
Coupon .. ... Bottle 44c
(Limit I w/Coupon & $7.50 or more order)'
Coupon good through Sept. 26, 1971
S SAVE 50c A'
; Prices good through Saturday, Sept. 25
in the stores below
510 FIFTH STREET
Quantity Riahts Reserved
Ib. 6-oz. Qc
Jane Parker Delicious-
Jane Parker Fresh, Crisp
Jane Parker Plain
of the State of Florida, and they did de- these taxes upon trusts created by private
termine and direct that the said Joint contract between settlers and trustees, but
Resolution be submitted to the electors of the Legislature will not be barred from
the State of Florida, at the Special Elec- imposing a tax on those forms of business
tion to be held on November 2, 1971. trusts which obtain special statutory at-
NOW, THEREFORE, I, RICHARD (DICK) tributes from the state of federal govern-
STONE, Secretary of State of the State of ment, such as so-called "Massachusetts
Florida, do hereby give notice that a Special business trusts."
Election will be held in each County in Be it Resolved by the Legislatcre of the
Florida, on November 2, 1971, for the State of Florida:
ratification or rejection of the Joint Reso- That the following amendment to Section
lution proposing en amendment to the 5 of Article VII of the State Constitution
Constitution of the State of Florida, viz: is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted
NO. 1 to the electors of Florida for approval or
House Joint Resolution 7-B 1 rejection at the general election to be held
A joint resolution proposing an amend- in November 1972, or, if authorized by
ment to Section 5 of Article VII of three-fourths of the membership of each
the Constitution of the State of Flor- house of the Legislature at an earlier
ida, limiting the prohibition against special election; Section 5 of Article VII
estate, Inheritance and income taxes shall be amended to read as follows:
to natural persons only, and providing Section 5. Estate, inheritance and in-
an effective date. come taxes.-
WHEREAS, it is intended by this amend- (a) NATURAL PERSONS. No tax upon
ment to limit death and income tax ink- estates or inheritances or upon the Income
munity to natural persons, as opposed to of natural persons who are residents or
artificial persons or entities created by citizens of the state shall be levied by the
or pursuant to law such as. business cor- state, or under its authority, in excess of
portions, professional corporations, bank- the aggregate of amounts which may be
ing associations, savings and loan associa- allowed to be credited upon or deducted
tions and and other entities brought into from any similar tax levied by the Unitad
being by compliance with state or federal States or any state.
statutes; and (b) OTHERS. No tax upon the Income
WHEREAS, this amendment will, how- of residents and citizens other than natural
ever, continue to prohibit imposition of persons shall be levied by the state, or
under its authority, in excess of 6% of
"net income, as defined by law, or at such
greater rate as is authorized by a three-
fifths (8/5) vote of the membership of
each house of the legislature or as will
provide for the state the maximum amount
which may be allowed to be credited against
income. taxes levied by the United States
0 and other states. There shall be 'exempt
from taxation not less than five thousand
dollars ($5,000) of the excess of net in-
come subject to tax over the maximum
amount allowed to be credited against in-
come taxes levied by the United States and
(c) EFFECTIVE DATE. This section shall
become effective immediately upon appro-
val by the electors of Florida.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have here-
unto set my hand and affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the 'Capital, this the 10 day of August,
A.D., 1971.RICHARD (DICK) STONE
SECRETARY OF STATE
Cut e b. 99 NOTICE TO RECEIVE
End Ii SEALED BIDS
End The Board of County Commis-
S*. . Lb. 59c sioners of Gulf County will receive
nd sealed bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
. 49c selling the County the following
y Style described personal property:
One (1) new 1972 Flat Bed Dump
ne.....Lb. 49c Truck, with:
V-8 Engine, minimum 325 cu.
Sin., 5-speed transmisison.
LB. THIS WEEK! Rear axle, 2 speed 17,500 lb.
Front axle, 6,000 lb. minimum.
S s ; Front springs, 3,000 lb. mini-
'*mRear springs, 10,400 lb. mini-
Auxiliary springs, 2,250 lb. min-
LB .Tow hooks on front.
Cast spoke wheels.
2 825x20 10-ply tires on front.
Include Center Cut 4 900x2O 10-ply tires on rear.
Reinforced frame 36,000 P.S.L
19.2 S M minimum.
or Half Hydraulic vacuum brakes with
.,.0Lb 59c reserve tank.
Heavy duty cooling system.
Heater and defroster.
. 49C Western type mirrors (6 in. x 16
SPkg. in. minimum) right and left.
8 foot by 12 foot platform dump
sI. 69C body with steel header and cab
Hydraulic hoist, double arm de-
50c THIS WEEK! sign with 7 in. cyl. and 15 in. pis-
ton stroke mounted on sub frame.
Must have a minimum cab to
axle (CA) of 84 inches.
One 1959 Y 2 ton Ford truck
S- Seril No. F5OC9A-1797 to be trad-
ed on this unit.
Bids will be received until 7:30
o'clock P.M., EDT, at the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Port St. Joe, Florida, September
U's Newspa C p nThe Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY
2.so-ct.. Gulf County
* ** Botite ; 7l3 S. C. PLAYER, Chairman
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CASE NO. 71-141
IN RE: The Marriage of
Husband, and ANNETTE
L. SEITTERICH, Wife.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: ANNETTE L. SETTERICH
28 Monticello Drive
You are hereby notified that a
suit for dissolution of marriage
has been brought against you in
the Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida by WILLIAM SETTERICH,
and you are hereby required to
file with the Clerk of the said
Court your written defenses per-
sonally or by attorney, if any
thereto, and to serve upon the Pe-
titioner's attorneys a copy thereof
on or before the 18th day of Octo-
Herein fail not or judgment will
be entered against you by default.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of the said Court at Port Saint Joe,
Florida, this 14th day of Septem-
ber, A.D., 1971.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of Said Court
(Circuit Court Seal) 4t-9-16
HAL A. DAVIS,
Citizens Bank Building
Quincy, Florida 32351
A. K. BLACK
Post Office Box 527
Lake City, Florida
Attorneys for Petitioner 7-1
I ` ~ '
THE STAR Port St. Joe, Flord THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1971
ABOATYOUR PRESCION State Consultant Says Schools Not
*Teaching Full Story of State History
IPAIM l ILVR
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you,
can always' depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
Bzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue ; Phone 227-3371
Drive-In Window Service' Plenty of Free Parking
Gulf Coast Commodores Schedule
Two Games for Port St. Joe Gym
Gulf Coast Community College's The slate includes several new
freshmen-dominated Commodores opponents for the Commodores
open defense :of their state and who romped through -1970-71".with
regional, championships November a 31-6 record, losing only one game
11 'against arch-rival' Chipola, ac- decisively.' Released by the Gulf
cording to their recently released Coast Department of Inter-Colle-
1971-72 basketball' schedule. giare Athletics, the schedule could
include 28 to 30 games. .
T k S* e-Swipes The opening match with Chipola
Tryck Side-Swipes is in the first round of the annual
Sedan Last Friday Division I Tip-Off Tournament
e I Lsi FAaY ~ which the Commodores have won
two, years in'a row. Should Gulf
Aproximately $150.00 was in- Coast win, it will play two more
flicted opn a sedan owned .by. games 'in that tournament. Should
Dr. Joe 'Hendrix Friday about the Commodores lose, they will be
12:30 pan., according to City po- out of the tournament.
lie c records.
The :records show that Dr.
Hendrix' car was parked at Jim-
mie's Restaurant when Elbert
Lee Calcutt, Jr., of Ft, Walton
Beach backed his 'pick-up out of
the parking space next to Hen,
drix' car, aneddestroyed a fen-
der on the sedan.
The accident was investigated
by Patrolman Dan Register.,
According to Miss Pat Spears, to this move.
Consultant to the Social Studies Miss Spears, who was presented
Division of the Department of Ed- to the society by Mrs. R. H. Brin-
ucation in the State of Florida and son, said that there are few re-
guest speaker at the September 18 strictions as to what shall be
meeting 6 fthe St. Joseph Histor- taught; that each individual tea-
ical Society, we no longer employ cher has the privilege of selecting
the term, "Florida History". In-' her own materials, and that the
stead, we say 'Florida Studies". supply of materials on Florida his-
This, Miss Spears explained, Is tory is limited; that there are dif.
because the concern is not only ferent c o n c e rns in different
with"history, but with economics, schools; .that' Florida history is
government, social studies and usually taught on the fourth grade
other interests. level and in some schools in the
The St. Joseph Historial So seventh grade; and that if is in-
cluded in a civics course that may
city has gone on record, as sup- used between the seventh and
porting the move to promote a te twelft grades, but that oe
more inclusive study of Florida this is compulsory; that around'
history in the schools of our state.
I h er official capacity, Miss
Spears has to do with setting up R 'Ro e
the curriculum of the, schools, and RoberSON
'the selection and adoption of. text
books in ,the field of social stu- Gets Degree
dies, and was thus able to answer
questions of the society relative Ricky Robertson, son
SRicky Robertson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. L.. Rpbertson of Beacon
"'.' wT *- .-yi -- ^ j ^ ^*
1E2 FARON G. BISHOP .
E2 faron Bishop In
Training for Vietnam
'Private E2 Faron G. Bishop,
%s6n of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Bishop of Dalkeith, graduated
from basic combat training Sep-'
temper 10. .He was promoted to
Private. E2 for displaying super-
ior performance during his
i training cycle.
He 'was iawarded..three badges
for outstanding skills in the use
of weapons. ,
He has entered nine weeks of
infantry a d v anced individual
training, where he will train in
-i4-f P n i n i
Hil, receive ms Associate in AIrs
degree on September 9 from Tal-
lahassee Community College.
Mr. Robertson, a member of Phi
Theta Kappa,- honor society,' grad-
uated with a 3.13 average. He plans'
to continue his education at Flor-
ida State, University. He is pres-
ently employed with Kilearn Coun-
try Club in Tallahassee.
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Dies In Alabama
Mrs. Annette 'Brooks, former
resident of Port St. Joe, died
Thursday, September 16 in Mont-
gomery, Alabama from an appar-
ent heart attack.
She is survived by her husband,
Dan J. Brooks, Jri, of Montgomery;
two daughters, Mrs. Frank Smith
of Houston, Texas and Mrs. Arnold
Tomblin ,of Pensacola; one son,
Dan J. Brooks, III of ,Montgomery
and five grandchildren.
.Mrs. Brooks was a niece of Gus
and 'enneth Creech.
Burial was in the Brooks Ceme-
tery, Elba, Alabama.
New, opposition includes nde- uuact u r c u U -alUU.
pendence, Kansas, which the Com- techniques, Viet Cong booby L I
modores play three games straight traps, land !mine warfare, pa- Lunch Menu
r p trolling, communications, adjust-
in a first-time' endeavor. Two of meant of close air and artillery
thq. games will -be played in Port met of close air and ar Monday, September 27
S support and field fortification Moday, September 27
St. Joe. Other new opposition in- and mouflage. Sloppy,Joe on buns, cheese strip,
eludes Lawson State, Ala., Crow- 'buttered 'corn, green', salad with
,der, Mo Alexander- -City, Ala pepper rings, cherry cobbler and
der, Mo. Alexander City, and an opponent of several years butter.
PDalm Bach TJunior College Miami- (o.. -A r..
go, Abraham-Baldwin of Tiftoh
Dade south, Brewton-Parker, Ga., Ga.
' ,ice Supplies
' Tuesday, September 28
,Chicken jand' rice, turnips with
roots, tomato and lettuce, orange
juice, peanut butter candy and
Wednesday, September 29
Lasagne casserole, green beans,
lettuce,- cabbage, pepper salad,
; Thursday, September 30
Shepard'S pie, tomato slices,
fruit cocktail in lime gelatin, oat-
meal cookies, rolls or biscuits.
I Friday October 1 .
Pigs An Plankets, buttered peas;
apple carrot .celery salad, rice pud-'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF.FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
IN RE: The marriage of
PAT ANN TRUMAN,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: PAT ANN TRUMAN, address
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an .action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on Robert M. Moore,
321 Reid Avenue, Port St., Joe,
Florida, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above' styled
Court on or before October 22,
1971; otherwise, a Judgment may
be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on this the 21st day
of September, 1971.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
2,000 students were enrolled in not just history, but economics, a center .a there
history classes last year on the government, social studies, etc. had registered there.
elementary level, this number not This is expected to be available in
including the fourth grades, about six months over Channel 11,
Mi d that the teach- Tallahassee. Members were also St. JameS Plans
Miss Spears said that the teac-ntold that a book is being prepared ,
ing of Florida history presents for use in the schools on whatever Reception for Ellis
problems in that teachers are not grade the teachers would find it
trained to teach this subject and most useful. The society was corn- St. James Episcopal Church will
therefore are not properly qual- mended for its support of the pro- honor .the Rev. and Mrs. Sidney
ble man are the "Chamber ofject and Miss Spears suggested its Ellis at a reception on Sunday,
Commerce" type of thing. She said continuance. September 26 from 3:30 to 5:30
that relative to the adoption of President Bob 1Ellzey expressed p.m. in the Parish House. Every-
textbooks, .there are laws specify- the appreciation of the members one is invited to greet and wel-
ing how it is to be done, and that to the visitor who is a past resi- come the Ellises to the community.
they are selected by two commit- dent of Port St. Joe and the daugh- Mr. Ellis became rector of St.
fees, one representing schools and ter of Mr. and'Mrs. C. D. Spears. James Church in August. He
one representing junior and sen- Refreshments were served by Mrs. comes here from' Germantown,
ior high schools. She said alsd that Charles Brown and Mrs, Ralph Tennessee.
only recently 500 books had been Swatts, Sr., as the group enjoyed a -1-,__-L
received for review. A state-wide social hour together.
committee makes the final decision In addition'to the president, the Sil NO Pro SS
as to what books are to be used guest and the hostesses, others at- S '
officially. tending the'meeting were Mrs. In Strike Settlement
It is now being questioned whe- Bernard Pridgeon, Sr., Mrs. W. M.
other the fourth grade-or even the, Howell, Jr., Mrs. Ned Porter and Still no talks have been sche-
seventh grade-is the proper level Jesse Stone. duled between striking unions
for history. Mrs. Brinson later reported that and St. Joe Paper 'Company to
Society members were informed from June 5 to September 18 visi- settle the sexen week old strike
that a serious TV series is now be. tOrs at the old cemetery numbered against the giant., paper manufac-
ing developed for fourth graders, 618; 369 from Florida ,and "249 turner.
FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terriers.
Wormed. $20.00. each. Phone
WANT TO, CARE for children in-.
my home. For information call
229-6118 after 6 p.m. Itp
I mB now servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my lnome. If
u hae human hair or syn-
thetic which you would like
to have serviced tuikly at -
low .prices ..
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9-24 JANICE STOKES tfie'
FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with
Sportscraft boat and trailer. See;
at Stafford's Grocery, White City.
WANTED: Career opportunity for
right man. Sales and service.
Guaranteed salary. Experience .not
necessary. On the job training; Re-
tirement program, group insr-.
ance. Apply in person at Gulf lAif
Insurance Company, Third Street
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom house FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment.
corner lots at White City on 2 1317% Long Ave. Ph 227-7772.
lots. $5,500. Phone 227-4436. tf4-29 tfc-7-22
FOR SALE: Two bedroom home.. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
Air conditioning, carpet, furni- apartment. Corner Palm and
ture, washer, dryer, water softener 14th. Call Cecil Costin, Jr., 227-
chain link fence, tool house. Space 14th a ec ost Jr, 22'
for garden. Contact C. D. Harvey, 4311. tc-9-16
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Will be available August 1. For
adults only. 1505 Monument Ave.
Call A.M. or after 7 p.m. 227-8346.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
downstairs apartment. 522%
Third St. Phone 227-8647. tfc-9-2
FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom
house. Dining room, living room,
kitchen, breakfast nook. $800 down
and take up payments of $76.40
for nine years. Fourth and Beaty,
in White City. Call 229-4094. tfie
FOR RENT: Furnished large one
bedroom apartment with separ-
ate dining room, auto. heat and FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
large yard.. Phone 227-8536- after house on" Palm Boulevard. Call
5:00 p.m. tfc-8-5 227-3261. tfc-9-9
91 1 .- FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
ROOMS FOR 'RENT I room clean house. Laundry and
Attractively furnished storage room. Large shady yard.
Special Weekly,-RAt Automatic -heat Pmhone ....227-8536
MOTEL ST. OE after 5:00 p.m. tfc-5-27
Phone 229-9021 FOR RENT: Furnished apartments
and trailer space. Bo's Wimico
FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroomLodge, White City. Phone 229-2410.
FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom Garrison
. house, fully furnished. Garrison.
FOR SALE: Guns, antique clocks,'
reels, automotive 8-track tape FOR AP I'ANCE, heating and re-
players, tapes $1.50 to $5.99, tools, frigeration repairs call 229-6323.
watches, rings and imports from EARN AT HOME addressing enve-
Mexico. Mc's Pawn Shop, 102 Fifth lopes. Reply stamped self-addres-
St., Highland View. tfc-9-9 sed envelopes, P. 0. Box 3251, Pen-
229-6118 after 6 p.m. 4tp-9-16 sacola, Fla. 32506. 4tc-9-23
FOR SALE: AKC Irish setters. $50 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cal
each. Have shots and wormed.S Bford Griffin home 229-2.
Call 229, tfc-7-1or 229-3097.
FOR SALE: 14' plywood runabout PROFES ON.. A.. ....... ..
boat. 12 ip motor and trailer,I tonal problems and/or concers..
$225.00. Good fishing outfit. Call Gulf County-Guidance Clinic, port
Apalachicola 653-3201 or 653-8789. St. Joe, Florida 229-362,1 or on
S emergency basis, Rev. C. Byron
FOR SALE: Pontoons. Steel con- Smith, Port St. Joe, Florida 227-
struction. Overall dimensions: 5041. tfe4-18
7' L, Tw, 5 n. fPhone Talluanassee
224-4826 or 222-2312. 4tc-9-9
NEEDED: Two paper boys for.
Florida Times-Union. Phone 229-
ORDER YOUR new Community
Band Calendar now from the
Port St. Joe High School Band Par-
ents Association. Call 229-2522 or
call ,the Music Department at the
Port St. Joe High School.
WANT TO TRADE 1967 Simca in
good condition for 12 to 14 foot
boat with 5 to. 10 hp. motor. Car
can be seen at Cato Cottages Mex-
ico Beach. Phone 648-3631. Itc
FOR SALE: 1961 Station Wagon.
Air conditioned, automatic trans-
mission. Good condition. $300.00.
WANTED TO BUY: No frost deep
freezer and Volkswagen motor
for '67 VW. Call Bill Carr, 229-
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Pla.
Call 2294986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
visiting companions welcome.
JOSEPH PIPPIN, H. P.
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Tuesday nights,
8:00 pan.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 11, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
CHARLES R. JOLLY, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty
Ave. Call 229-6225 for information.
FOR RENT: Newly decorated fur-
nished two bedroom upstairs
apartment. Couples only. Call 229-
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
Whfte City. Semi-furnished. $70.
per month. Call 229-5067. 2t-9-16
FOR RENT: Furnished house at
St. 'Joe Beach. For more infor-
mation call 648-7915.- tfc-7-29
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom- furnished
and 2 bedroom furnished apart-
ment. Phone 229-6168. tfc-9-2
FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot.
tages. Reasonable monthly rates.
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bedroom
house with 2 baths. At St. Joe
Beach. On waterfront. Call 229-
6225. / 2tp-9-23
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house with
garage. Water furnished. See
Mrs. C. Pridgeon, 1301 Monument
Avenue, Phone 227-5301. 2tc-9-23
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
from out of state. Among the reg-
istrants was Claude Willoughby,
recently retired as District Super-
intendent of Florida State Parks,
and associated with the St. Andrew
State Park. She reported also that
38 members of the Henry County
Historical Society had recently
visited the museum and the old'
t--wnm-n*r nnd n d imbAr of them
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