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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 NUMBER
Precinct Number ', '
Gulf County made it through
the Labor Day holiday with no
highway fatalities, while the
State of Florida was anticipating
18 fatalities and recording 21..
But, the first day after the hol-
iday period was officially over,
Gulf recorded its second highway
fatality of.the year at about 12:30
According to the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department, D e w ey
Martin Pelham, .age 63, of Doug--
las Landing, 1fparently lost con-
trni nf hiq M"a-n. the Dalkeith,
4 5 6. 7
Road. As the machine overturned
Pelham was thrown from the car
and was dead when he was
brought into the Municipal Hos-
Pelham's car turned over sev-
eral times and came to rest in
the ditch beside the road.
Pelham is survived by his wife
Mrs. Willie Mae Pelham of Doug- i
las Landing; three daughters,'
Mrs. Joyce Peters of Honeyville,
Mrs. Betty Coffey of Wewahitch-
ka and Miss Wilma Pelham of
8 9 10 11 Tot.
U. S. Seatr H \
Fartis. Bryat 87 131 5 14 56 47 56 88 103 17,7 212-1071
Lawtotn Chll. 29. 8 il 3 24 9 19. 20 32 45 52- 241
Joea .igT! 4 ---------- 20 19 8 12 29 14 17 16- 154
Al Has g _-- 1-3 '42 'a' P 2' 3 3 25 '! 2 9 2-311
Fred tz 187 125 55 10 84 64 55 46 128 181 180-1060
Rerd@4ntathrve in Cnimress ,' '
Bigfl b s "s 162 112 4,7 9 96 77 ";69 277 140 194 227-1363
Bob Sus 296 224 '8 12 .101 58 ; 83 110 149 235 249-1527
Justilc6i fk Suprem Court
Hal P. ue.e 148 101 5 21 40 59 ,58 219 137 190 178-1151'
SLe F.er-_ .. 149 117' 11 80 33 i!57 82 94 158 166-947
4ernbt Lt. Go'vror ..,
jiAsik Adams.. 157 126 9 94 65 49 45 105 146 170--966
,' airc0th-Tapper ..---------220 165' 22 89 46 81 359 148 227 260-1617
Hall-'ilomas 57 38 10' 0 19 17 22 45 28 46 35- 303
iatjs-Gls-hdnner ...... 37 36 .6 12 6 12 5 7 19 26 30--180
SecetaWir 4f tate -
S-I-'-cMul -en--.. -- 90 43 29 8 52 15 24 51 47 76 71- 377
'fiellhi StoeW 167 151 56 11 69 72 72 274 148 188 220-1372
,Stan',Tit_ ... I 86 39 13 6 21 31 27
William A. Meadows .--- 59
1iahifi 1. harin a-7
4S '1 DerLasJu' reVr s. o i O A2 .2
oii D. O'Maley .145 99 560- 'iu l12 5 1
I Wiamd, *' 262 188 71
:."rvice Coimhisston 1 8 t .
.w 19 18 14'
lH. BvWis 183 124 45
Chncey----------48 46 12 .
SKoo ------------ 13 4 1,
St *65 37 24P
b" 'f resntatives-,Dist. 8
D ... 43 21 13'.
olbn bert Middlemas -- 58 60 21
i 4J. Rish 374 284 l08
received 5,25 5.otes in .
i Gul .'o* ,1j080 in.'
Bwn poll d 3,620 votes
in and 570. .
Tom row Nig t
The Pi St Joe Sharks will
gettheir' aste of the 1970 foot-
bal, seas Friday night, when
they join our other teams in a
football jn boree to be held in
Bragg S t um in Tallahassee.
.IBragg adium. was chosen as
the site of' the tilt because of its
Ijiger seti'ng capacity than Capi-
Stadii-. Bragg is the Florida
&V University stadium.
SThe' jao0iree game will have
five "qwajs with each team to
participatet in two periods each.
The,,e i. g of football will
start .off-ith Rickards ofiTTalla-
h*.6se"'"Quincy Shaals corm-
. ptf6g iWiAhe first eight6iinutes;
SLon, both of Talla-
,i iseMeiJlthe second period; Leon
and Rie rds in-the third quar-
ter; Poi- t St. Joe and Gddby in
I 'ou i period, and Port St.
joe' and-'uincy Shanks in the
iGae1i me is at 8:00 p.m. Tick-
ets are w on sale at the Port
St.- Joe gh School office, as
well as a the jamboree gate.
2,00 inspect New
High, School Plant
Port St. Joe's new high school
waia ed for inspection by the
public Sunday afternoon from
1-01to5:00 p.m. During these
hous, nearly 2,000 people went
thri t e school viewing the
no'acilltifs provided for Port
St. "'op's luh school students.
Tors werconducted through
the iew tb ding by the High
Schpl che ,leaders with visi-
t in,_einie b 0Qyby
otv so. Iprntatives-Dist. '
T a own '1833
7e mano1 ,4
i, '3..,, 'ekey" Morris ....... ,9
.Co niission-Dist. 2'
;' .'L Davis -------------- 145
"Jimmy H. Helms 124
Alvih McGlon .. 148
'Forest Revell 71
County Commission-Dist. 4
Walter Graham ----- ------ 265
M. B. (Bob) Phillips --------183
51 '5 77 2
0. 15 ',11 16
1i q9 w'58 62 2
3 2. 23,1S 14
139 37' 4. 64 48
82 56r 4 63 '7(L
84 16 9 21 21
69 22 1' 37 M25
School Ioard-Dist. 1
Harold D. Biggs ----------
Danny C. Brogdon --.-----
William Roemer, Sr. ---
School Board-Dist. 2 I
Claude E. Lister, Jr. --------206 228 445 16 66 59 52 3
Kenneth Whitfield ----- 277 165 811" 17 121 76 99 1
Schbol Board-Dist. 5
R. C. Lewis -------------- 167 135
Gene Raffield ----------- 279 175
Sixty-tw percelI of Gulf Count-
ty's registered Democrats went,
to the polls Tuesday in what wah
billed by state observers to 'be'
an', election of little: interest.
Five red-hot local races were
, on the ballot which served to
draw out a'specil.,effort on the,
part of county electors to end,
their holiday season by casting a
vote for their favorite candidate.
One race in the five county
contests went right down to the
wire, with the 100 absentee votes
providing more tension and the
30 49 102 97- 501 Figures shown in the adjoin-
ing table listing votes by pre-
cinct do not include the100 votes
74 16 255 279-1630 cast by absentee ballot. The ab-
44 45 57 66- 366 sentee vote tally was completed
41 45 81 74-468 to late yesterday .to be iheluded44
However, the outIome fs sli1tl
67 115 161 191- 982 the same.
17 151 248 239-1625 *r ac
final utcp ne 'hii, race fo
County Commi siq.er. i district" .
$8 12 34 34- 187 four between i'Walttr ascan
121 176 166-1211 Bob Phillips. '.
4 32 40 46- 299 Phillips ad- le .ios of thp
4 7 10- 55, night, but as tbh.iji r ecinct
.58 5 103- 497 began to come if fO ~ aleg ,
to melt unpi PlU
25 21 28 21- 177 five votes ahead, 1
16 29 55-- 300 stMll to report. D
S 266 390 422-2580 ham 79 votes
S. put the incum~
a 14 vote margih
87- 103 121-- 909 With half-the b
159 '247 275-1512 ed at noon yesta, a ralain
44 52 88 82- 515 had built up abqu 0 te .ar-
gin and wound i-vith-d 26.bal-
60 96 14 10-13 lot majority over fhillips.
38 9672 154 19 1136 In the County Commission Dis-
38 72 103 81- 669 trict Two race, Lamar Davis was
33 31 50 55--- 44 the leader of the.four man field
.67 81 108 127--- 605 with 1,208 votes. Jimmy Helms
nosed out Forest Revell for the
83 122 173 203-1449 chance at the run-off on Septem-
14 172 268 283-1435 ber 29. Helms' polled 737 votes
and Revell., 7b9. 'Alvin McGlon
I was the fourth man in the race
63 63 93 134- 594 with 468. votes
171 87 129 131-1122 In the three School Board
66 145 214 204--1190 contests, incumbent William Roe-
mer faces a run-off with Danny
09 89 171 173-1369 Brogdon. Roemer was high man
15 204 260 298-1632 in the contest with 1,311' votes
and Brogdon with 1,179. Harold
Biggs, third man in the race had ;
!03 111 157 191-1240 641, ballots counted in his favor.:
09 198 289 305-1703 Another hotly contested race
Bi-Racial Committee Formed to Talk
A-biqracial committee, compos-
ed af Six Negio and six white
members, from throughout Gulf
County 'was formed over the week-
end, with final organization be-
ing ironed out Monday of this
week. The purpose of the com-
mittee is to promote understand-
ing and unity of effort in the
communities of the county in af-
fairs pertaining to hum@n rela-
tions and the constituted welfare
of every person. The areas of ed-
ucation and mutual neighborhood
well-being will occupy most of
the committee's efforts.
Officers of the committee,
elected Monday, include: Rev.
Millard Spikes, chairman; Ches-
ter Gant, Jr., co-chairman; Mrs.
Mary Lou Rhaipes, secretary and
Mrs. Dorothy Daniells, assistant
Other members of the com-
mittee include: Troy Jones, Ted
Whitfield, David Carl Gaskidn,
Rev. Otis Stallworth. Jimmy Fra-
zier, and Rev. J. R. Bowers. Two
other committee members, one
white and one Negro, will be se-
selected by the committee.
A set of rules have been adopt-
ed by the committee, stipulating
that 'a two-thirds vote of the es-
tablished committee is necessary
to elect a new member. Member-
ship will be for a period of three
years. Membership can be ter-
minated prior to the anniversary
date by a two-thirds vote of the
The by-laws call for at least
four Negroes and four whites to
be present for a meeting. Debate
by any one person is limited to
The committee will have open
meetings for anyone or any
group who may want to come
before it with a grievance. The
committee will consider all such
grievances and give its opinion
to the group or individual.
No definite meeting dates
have been established as yet.
Sharks Season Ducats
Are Now On Sale
,,Season tickets are now on
sale at the Port St. Joe High
School office for the 1970' foot-
ball season, according to Wayne
Taylor, athletic director at the
The book of season tickets pro-
es a reserved seat for the hol.
r for all five of the Shark
Taken by Death
Btoder Alfred Millergren, age
78, passed 'away' Saturday night
at 11:15 p.m. at his home in We-
Millergren was born in Hel-
singburg, Sweden, March 20,
1892 and came to America in
1912. He served as postmaster in
Wewahitchka for 20 years prior
to his retirement.
Millergren was a member of
the Baptist Church and was a
Mason. He and Mrs. Millergren
recently celebrated their 54th
Millergren is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Lorna McDaniel Mil-
lergren of Wewahitchka; two
sons, Chap Millergren of Panama
City and Nils A. Millergren of
Wewahitchka; one daughter, Mrs.
Emmie Bateman of Wewahitchka;
nine grandchildren and three
Funeral services were held at
3:00 p.m. Monday from the First
Baptist Church in Wewahitchka,
conducted by Rev. Charles R.
Interment followed in the fam-
ily plot of Jehu Cemetery in We-
Services were under t'he direc-
lion nf rnrnfnrt.Pr F'uneril Home.
vas' the' District Two School
Bqard seat with Claude Lister,
Jri, failing in a strong bid to up-
seat 12 year veteran Kbnneth-
Whftfield. Lister polled 1,447,
vote- but they weren't enough to
beat Whitfield's 1,782 total.
* the District Five race, here
in' Port St. Joe, Gene Raffield re-
tained his School Board seat for
anoth ,e four; years kollin 1,84
votes' over R. C. Lewis' strong 1
dOn he county sqene, in tl
Sept 'e er 29 run-off it will I
Lama r.avi and Jmmy Hel
in Co ty Commission District
' and Da my Brogdon against WI
,liami emer in School: Boai
Hinton Hamm, 1602 Long Avenue makes his way into,.e, votil
machine Tuesday afternoon to be one; of 3,230 Democrats to ca
their ballots in the"Democratic primary.
Death Takes William
UA E I VI I i
Death came at his home Thurs-
day afternoon, September 3, for
William H. Weeks, retired mer-
chant and realtor; who was a
pioneer citizen of Highland Vi'ew.
Funeral services for the 80-
year-old Weeks were held at 4:00
p.m. Saturday, September 5 from
the Highland View United Meth-
odist Church with the Rev. James
Morris and the Rev. Charles Par-
ker officiating. Interment was in
the family plot in Holly Hill
Weeks was a charter member
of the Highland View United Me-
thodist Church and Samaritan
Lodge No. 40 of Port St. Joe.
He had worked ardently for
the growth of his community and
had a heart for those in need. He
was very popular with everyone
Weeks was a native of Enter-
prise, Ala., who spent the last
45 years of his life in Florida,
moving to Highland View from
Tampa, 30 years ago.
Survivors include his widow,
Mrs. Mary M. Weeks of Highland
View; one son, William Bruce
-Weeks of Port St. Joe; one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Merle Jordan of New
Orleans, La.; a sister, Mrs. Etta
Ogburn of Lake Alfred; six
granddaughters and four great
Active Pallbearers~were A. B.
Pratt, Grover Lee Holland, Jar-
rell B. (Smokey) Smith, Roy
.Hodges, Herman Marshall and
Honorary Pallbearers \ were
Olan Register, Harley Roberts,
Bob Young. Pat Patterson.' Char-
lie Davis, Bill Collier, Jim tea
son,:Henry Campbell, H. W, Gr
Sfin, Clyde A. Fite, John Howa6
. John Blount, Preston McCoimic
Carson Shores, Cecil Costin, S
Bud Williamson, :Byrd P~r<
Sammy Patrick, Billy. Joe iBs
Dr. Joe Hendrix, Curtis Griffi
Abe Miller, George Subere b
.. mett: Daniell, Carl Goodsoni,;
bert' Thames, Neal Garrettf,,
Jones, Ted Richards, Ted. Wh
field, Clinton Peterson, Kennel
qreech, Wallace, Guillot, "IA
Carrol and M. Seawright.
Comforter Funeral Home w
in charge of arrangements.
All of New Band
Uniforms Are Here
Mrs. Dave Maddox, presider
of the Band Parents Associatio
said the last of the new band un
forms arrived this week for th
Port St. Joe High School Band.
Mrs. Maddox said that enough]
pledges had been made to pa;
for the uniforms, but nearly $50
hasn't been turned in by those,
making the pledges. "We would
like to get the money in and pa:
for the uniforms now," Mrs. Mad
Mrs. Maddox said that plan
are to distribute the uniforms oi
Monday of next week. The Pax
ents Association would like to ge
all pledges in this week end a
payment can be made for thi
uniforms before p thev nara toellp
I IJ .
Two ocal Races Go Into Run-off
As Graham Wins By A Whisker
.i .* ;* t .k
Dewey Martin Pelham Second Person
To Die On Gulf Highways This Year
k proved t
*eek that all
for the Unite
from South V
'All this y
' talks while th
.,to le low until
,they left off,
:,',nd all of Sou
!- ., 'y-
Everyone in the printing or writing business knows
'that,'the letr "e", is ithe most overworked 'letter in the
English language. fluit "Nod" (Niles)' Dillingham, Edi-
S'tor of the- "DaWson -Springs (KentuckyY Progress" says
that."there is more to the I"e" than meets the "i". ,
'In some ways, "e" is the most- unfortunate letter in
the alphaLbet .-because it is always out of cash, forever,
in dhbt, ~ieve& out of danger, and in torment, all the time.
'Still, it is. never.in war; always in peace; and it is
'always in somnethifg to eat,
It is the beginning of existence, the commencement
of ease, and the end of trule. '- .
i According to.the. Department of Transportatiqn,
"'the use of alcohol by drivers and pedestrians leads to
some ',000 deaths and at least 800,000 crashes in the.
united d States each year... By contrast, the regrettable and
. horrible iwar in Vietnam has taken the' lives' of 32,000
American soldiers 'since its inception eight years ago.
During the same epihtryesais,-bdwover, alcohol has taken
,D00,000 lives, or six tinimes as many as the war".
One life is as precious as another.' I would do any-
Sng within my power to stop the useless killing. The war
in Vietnam has spanned the Presidency of four men: Eiren-
hower, -Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon. Each olt these men
has been "my" President. I did not always agree with
Without it there would be no life or heaven. It is t
the center of honesty and is always in love. It is t
beginning of, encouragement and endeavor, and the e:
of failure and hate."
'That remindss us' of the editor whose editorial rea
"I am rxally in troublx, and I\opx that our rxadx
will xxcusx mx. Thxrx is onx Ixttxr on my typxwrit
that is brokxn, and thx rxpairman won't, havx it fix
until. nxtt'wxkk. Iin thx mxantitx, I hopx you wo:
mind if I substitute an "x". Pxpplx don't rxalizx hc
much thxy miss an "x" until thxy nxxd onx."
their policies and decisions. I do not always agree, w
our present President. But, please, in the name of sani
.,let's stop this errant nonsense that attempts to bland
Mr. Nixon. with the whole thing.
AAU, another'thing, I will not believe a single "p.
tester,", whoever he might be, is honestly motivated abc
the loss of life, uptil he joins 'mein protest against t
slaughter of innocent men, women and children on o
highways by drinking drivers. If- the thing that biu
these people is actually "loss of life", they are maki
a fuss over a few and forgetting the many.
DR. CARL BATES, President
Southern Baptist Convention
~- c -r I'..i
By Russell Kay
; .: ... .:., ,. "i': ; ,, :: ,, -.,
You probably never heard of
the "Owl Eye". It is a new gad-
get designed for use in the jun-
gles of Vietnam. It has been a
classified item until recently.
The "Owl Eye" is a sort of mie-
chanical cross between Dick Tra-
cy and Superman. It is an amaz-
ing gadget manufactured by 'Ae-
rojet Delft Corporation in Azusa,
One of the toughest problems
for our troops in Vietna~ has
-been locaijng jungle hiltrato
In. pitch black night.
Owi Eye is one of the new
types of sensors prbyei sound
technically. t looks like an over
sized Buck Rogers ray'gim, and
weighs 12 pounds and measures
-nearly two feqt long.. It has' a
lens at one end and at the other,
a circular viewing screen 5 in-
ches in diameter. Whatever ob-
ject or scene the lens is point-
ed at appears on the screen in
greenish hue, magnified and vast-
The reason for the intensifica-
tion in brightness is that, even
,the faintest illumination, -star-
light for.example,. the glow of
a lighted match or electric torch,
passes through the Owl Eye lens
and strikes a sensitivee -photo ca-
thode inside. The cathode gives
off electrons which are boosted
to 20,000 volts by an amplifier.
At that voltage they hit the phos-
phorus-coated display screen with
PubLised .Evey Thursday at-3 ',Wllllams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florlda,
By The Star Publlshing Company
WESEYr RASE Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Opertor,a Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnlit, Reporter, Piof
Readers Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
' -, PosobrrzcE Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
WW" PFOrT T. JOE, FLORIDA S246 '
t d s oond-cl matter, December 19, 1987, at thePostotflce, Port St. Joe,
S flotldanundir Act of March 8, 1879,
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN. ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, 930 X MOS., $1*-7 fREE' MOB., $W27O
OUT OF COUNTY OeYeari $4.00. OUT OF U. S. One YLear, .SO0
TO ADVERTISERS, -n caw of errof or oimnaflons i advuertements, the publshe
dnot old themselves Uable for,.damage further there amount received for such
advertseement .. '
we spoken wort Is given scant attentlonre lprited word 1s thoughtfulIly
deged. The spokes word barely asser a t e d word thoroughly on-
taS 2% spoken wordis lost;r the qnruina lrefriMa.a
enough energy to create a bright
llgh and a surprisingly distinct
picture of the scene in view. A
.still classified military model,
now being tested in tanks and
helicopters, can, brighten a scene
200,000 fold, even on the darkest
Owl Eyes are now being used
by law enforcement officers in a
number of cities. The device op-
erates on three standard flash-
light batteries. It is 'like a pow-
erful pair of eyes that permit you
to see down dark streets as if
you had a powerful spot light,
but it provides an element of sur-
prise that you would lose with a
Miami police used two Owl
Eyes during the riots there.
They are also being used by
large organizations" to monitor
their. plants and storage areas.
and the U. S. Border Patrol is
using the device in its fight to
combat' the flow of drugs.
I The Owl Eye's value is by no
means confined to law enforce-
ment. It was recently used by a.
rescue squad in the San Gabriel'
Mountains near Pasadena, Calif.,
to help locate a 17 year old boy
who had fallen into a crevice.
It can also be utilized by hospital
radiologists to read X-ray films
exposed at lower energy levels
than currently used, and thereby
reduce the' dose of radiation tc
which patients must be subject
Owl Eye; used in combination
with other-sensor devices, makes
it possible not only to see in
pitch darkness, with no telltale
light beam but to hear the slight
est sound magnified many times
or actually smell body odor of an
Darkness no longer will pro
tect the criminal where in th<
past he has felt relatively secure
It is. expected that mechanical de
vices will soon be available fo:
smelling hidden drugs just ai
dogs afe now doing in som'
If Doves Had Quit Cooing
h Vietnamese. delegation to the Paris peace early last week, the North Vietnamese negotiators made
he argument of the Ametican "Hawks" last an appearance at the peace table Thursday apparently
the Cong and North Vietnamese want is now confident that the Americans will continue to resist
d States to set a certain date to withdraw their forced pressure in areas where they are not wanted.
ietnam qo they can walk in and take over. We wonder how many American lives Senators Bayh,
ear the negotiators have boycotted the peace McGovern, Fullbright, Kennedy, Church and Hatfield can
2e likes of Senators Bayh, McGovern, Full- claim to their credit for their comfort and aid to the ene-
dy, Church and Hatfield were trying to ram my? It hardly seems feasible that men smart enough to
action that would set a date for pulling:out get' elected to the U. S. Senate could fail to see the sig-
Asia. All the Cong would ,have to do is hificance of what they have :done.
l the Americans left and then take' up where .If the "'dovs" had quit their cooing long ago, this
carving up South Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos yar might now be over and done with on a negotiated
itheast Asia. basis with the enemy being assured that they would be
sound defeat of the "Doves" amenrdment forced to reckon with a force they .could not overcome.
An verWorke etter
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OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sept. 10, 11, 2
6 Ounce Cans
6 cans 1.19
Captain Hook 8 Ounce Cans Fresh Ripe
Fish Sticks -- 4 for $1.00 Tomatoes --
Georgia Grade "A" Round. White
Small Eggs -- 3 doz. 99c Potatoes 101
Golden Ripe Fresh Head
Bananas------- lb. 12c Cabbage -
Whole or Half Slab,
SSLAB BACON b. 9c
Georgia Grade 'A' Whole Pull Cut
0 FRYERS----------Ib. 29c Round Steak ------I 98c
M Fresh Ground Tender
SHAMBURGER -- 3 Ibs. $1.59 Sirloin Steak -----lb. $1.09
#4 Fresh Pork Blade Cut
Neck Bones -------lb. 19c Chuck Roast ------- 55c
. ,Fresh Boston Butt Center Cut
Pork Roast --------b. 49c Chuck Roast -------- b. 69c
POrk Chops Lb 49
LETrER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS
CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS
BROCHUTRES SOCIETY PRINTING
!THE STAR., Port St. Je, Pla. 3245THURSDAY:, tPTEMBER 10, 1970
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
May Go Up
by ETNA GASKIN:
School Food Service Director
Gulf County School Food Service
will be centralized in menu making,
purchasing and budgeting this'
school year. All menus will be
made by the county director and
all food will be purchased on bids
'from the county office with all
bills being paid through the coun-
The food program will be strug-
gling in getting and keeping the
lunch program out of the red for
lack of funds from the state this
year. Another factor playing a
part in the economic picture will
be food prices going higher.
The food program director asks
for the help of every parent and
- teacher in helping to encourage all
children to eat in the lunchroom.
'he state reimbursed the county
last year by 25c per plate in the
Wewahitchka school and 20c per
plate in the Port St. Joe area. This
year the county will receive only
4%c per plate for all schools.
Last year, the county received ai
lump sum of $24,840 in addition
to the per plate allowance for the
feeding program. This year the
board has a promise of $10,073 to
be allocated to the system. This
is a reduction of $14,767 from last
year. This may necessitate a change
in lunch prices later on.
Wewahitchka is charging 20c for
school lunches which will make it
impossible for' this school lunch
program to operate on its own.
Port St. Joe High School will start
the school year with a 35c lunch
price. Port St. Joe and Highland
View Elementary Schools will be-
'gin with a charge of 30c for lunches
Port' St. Joe High charges 20c per
lunch in special cases and the ele-
mentary schools charge 15c in spe-
At least a month's trial period
will be run by the schools to de-
termine if an increase in lunch
prices will be necessary.
.' -' I
I`: ,.. .
I had to make a trip out to the new high school Thursday 'of "
last week to take a picture or two. Mrs. John Blount w'& ?fetirJ*
from her job with the school and assuming a position n her
band's furniture store in downtown- Port St. Joe. Mrs. Blount way,
surprised and pleased at the surprise farewell party g ven in he4l
honor by the school personnel with whom she has wor ed for thgL
past several years. A large 'cake had been prepared w a Ilarge'
rocking chair outlined on the top in icing. Mrs. Blpu acted as
if she wouldn't have much use for a rocking chair.
Sitting out in the commons area were Tom Knox, L ar Faison,
Dave Maddox and Forrest Van Camp. Forrest and Lam.n, of course,
work at the school and had a perfectly valid reason for 'being there.
I don't know what Tom and Dave's reasons were for being at the
school "holding court".
I flopped dowci in a chair at the table to see wh t was going
on. Lamar 'and Dave were in the middle of a discu sion of the
"good old days" as is the habit of those who are getting close to
the twilight years of life. Lamar was just concludirtg a tale re-
marking, "True, the good old days were calm, collected, jno hurry-
ing, scurrying or ulcers. There was no competition or bickering
between factions or groups and the living was good. The only
thing th1at bothers me about the good old days is the memory of
that cotton sack which was a permanent fixture over my shoulder -'
about this time every year".
Tom Knox eyed me with his good eye and drawl d, "Weil-11-1-1,
I'll tell you .you don't have to turn the calendar back to have
calmness once again. All you have to do is shut do the news-
papers and people can't read things that tend to rile them up".
"True, true", I said, "But if you really want t get at ,tlie
meat of the thing, we should plug all the gas wells. Then 'very-
body would have to chop wood and would be too busy o bicker and
fuss with one another".
Things like that go on all the time in Port St. *'oe. I don't
know just how dull life would be if it were not for o3r abundance
of "sidewalk Platos".
When Florida Power first began to put in their' emergency
generating facilities, manager Wes Thompson told 1ne that the
plant could generate more power than is currently b ing used in
Port St. Joe. This seemed like a waste of money to nre.to provide
facilities to have a capability of producing more tha double the
Then we remember back when St. Joe Paper Company could
supply both the mill and Port St. Joe with adequate power in an
emergency. Now the mill must purchase power from Florida
Power regularly to operate. We add to that an articlI read just a
few days ago which said more electric power will be ieded in the
United States during the next ten years, than has bee used from
the invention of the electric light bulb to the present jay.
Quite a shock, isn't it?
, Sla es Pad In Forid
15P. entJu In Year.
d or- t .3 b n. S ce establish- ployees. This proportion has been gradually
S -. m suc as t, motels, ."The $14 billion total payroll in increasing over the years because
e am ents busine and health Florida accounted for 62 per cent' payrolls are gaining at a faster:
d .8As s and e lik $2.2 bil- of the $22,4 billion total personal rate than income from other sour-
S'empl es, u 2 per cent. income of Floridians last year. ces," Spencer brought out.
e ompanicam $1.2 biion GARDENING IN FLORIDA, '..
.transpo On,..omuniacation .
~uip11C ul s paid $1.1
-cent., Banks, institutions. .
I.,a'^ p ent. Mining pl !ame to $d 1
is e- 10Gper million and fa t 18 million,, ,,
e upv 38 per cent a d per cent re- ,
S: s. spectively. '- by HERVEY SHARPE of soil around the roots when dig-
piae bsi University of Fod-da going the plant for final placement
ai l by tiad'e .1 '.ayro. qf. .ernments .at..
Swholesale- s was est payroll. Gardeners who have -no luk Some palms are erect in growth
fs quoted da t ,ea billion, up with their green thumb can1 try habit, some lean or ,arch grace-
eek Busi- per cent.iTh l was made out their pailms. They can grow fully, while others can. be trained
I millionn last l n nto federal tolorm cork- crew patterns. .
e~ up .lia enep yees' mmion to e t be an Interesting Iobby. Pas are suited for planting ii
e 'Palms are propagated by seeds, groups, as specimens, or for liio-
in the military and billion to by separation of offshoots froni tng driveways. Young palms re-
.Ppe pte Late, county and %.n'cipalH em- mantrunk, or by division of root quire coddling un il established,
cl'i.up S. *".", then they thriive witn. very little
et th hobby underway by attention.
B DAPJDTISnT pn 'aeI P ahnting seeds in 'flats or shallow got
BAPTSTd CHURC l I xes filled with soil. Cover the Warm rainy weather is the best
s dee I t roma, ointe enightt tn nne time to transplant the stately
'"Thfi-7 St ajid BAlfkell Ave. C. Byron Si
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',' "me and Worship God With Us'
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.Intersectio' .MonInent and Constitution
SEV. R. MILLA D. SPIKES, Minister
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"Wher bIld'Fashloqed Friendliness Still Survh qep"
*6u Are Cordially Invited To attend
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inch of soil, depend
of the seed.
Keep the soil in
but not wet. Dampil
likely to ravage t
lings if the soil is
During Indian S
the seedbeds, from
washing rains with
If you put off thle pr
weather, be sure
ling on the size trees.. However, they can be mov-
ed at, any season. Reasonable care
the flats moist and a bitof. good luck is needed
g-off fungi are to start a palm growing in the
the tiny seed- y :
kept soggy. Set the palm at least as deep as
summer, shade it stood in the' nursery.. Don't fret
the sun and if the newly planted palm sinks
cloths or slats. a bit lower-it perhaps will grow
rject untilcool quite well.
to place Athe : .
,flats in open sun but with protec- duringg the naj watering-in o
tion from chilling winds'. the soil make a saucer-like depres-
Germination time o palm seed sibon a couple of feet in diameter
varies widely wiith the .species. around the base of the tree as a
Some, such as Phoenix and Wash- water catch basin.
ingtonia, will push through the Complete the planting by.sup-
earth in three r four weeks. plying a heavy mulch of decayed
Other palms-BuUa for example manure, peat or leaves.
-require, patience, as they will mne at" r *'
not peek out of the ground for sev- Palms like organiie fertilizer. This
eral months following planting. includes cottonseed meal, ground
Some species of palms have been steamed bone meal tankagee, gua-
I known to rest in the g-ound for no and manure. Five to 15 pounds
several years before germinating, of such '-_etlUzer scattered under
SPot the plants almost as soon as the spread of the tree is not too
they come up or no later than much for larger mature trees.
when an nch or two high. 'Palms also like commercial fer-
A suggested plotting mixture is tilizer. .In northern Florida make
equal parts of sod and manure with ntrn io n e
a small handful of steamed bone two plant nutrient applications per
a smal an o steae one year-one now and another in late
meal added. ,, ,, winter. Inthe lower half of the
I Repot to larger containers when peidsul gardeners need to feed
,the seedlings begin to fill the ini- their -palms three .times per year
tial container. Do this before the l -spring, summer and fall. :
plant becomes rootbound and '
stunted. : "' ,:
I When( the seedlings are 8 to 10
inches high, transplant them to P IN ES
the nursery tow, spacing'the young -
'paln two to four feet in the row Stand Tall
and about four feet apart. , .ik i ..'
SSelect a nursery site, of. fairly In Florida's
heavy, 'noist soil that is' well t
drained. Sandy soil is not good, ias '
it is very difficult to obtain a ball
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo.eP Fori ,1
SEPTEMBER 10, 1970
W to Operate Boat Recklessly
It is a Federal Off to oper- and prudent person would exercise
MARION, ALA. "-, Cadet David ate any motor boat or'r vessel under like circumstances; failure
Cornelius Maddox of Port St. Joe in a reckless or negligent manner to exercise the case that the cir-
has, been promoted to the rank so as to endanger the life,' b, or ciUmstances justly demand (cul-
of Sergeant 1st Class in the Mar. property of any person. A 1ei'son pably careless; inattentive; indif-
ion Institute Cadet Brigade for convicted of reckless or negligent ferent; inattentive to duty).
1970-71. operationof any motor boat or any Reckless signifies more than
He has been assigned as Sergeant vessel can be punished by a f ln mere negligence and implies ex-
1st Class on the Brigade Staff. not exceeding $2,000 or by impris- treme form of negligence. Reckless
Cadet Maddox is the son of Mr. onment for a term of not exceed- indicates an absence of all care.
and Mrs; David B. Maddox of 601 ing one year, or both. The term means either a willful
17th Street, Port St. Joe. The definition.of negligent neans' disregard for the safety of persons
This year's session at Marion In. lack of care under the eircum- o0 property which involves inter-
stitute marks the 129th session stances; the failure to exercise that national conduct but not inten-
of the school: care which a reasonable, careful tionaL harm.
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cans HOME PERMANENT-- ea. $1.79
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8 IUU (Reg. $1'.0 Value)
Deep Magic LOTION-- 3 oz. 88c
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KRAFT 3 qts. $1
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CHUC STEAKS. ----- lb. 69'c
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GROUND BEEF 3 lbs. $1.59
Copeland All Meat
With $10.00 Order Perfection
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Hard Head CABBAGE....... lb.
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GOOD SINGLE BANA
U. S.No. 1 IRISH
3 12 Oz.
Frozen DINNERS ---
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THE STAR. Port St. Jo, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 PAGE FIVE
e & ir e You r ge Before Book Exhibit Being Featured
SOne of the best means of sup-, persons at the Gulf County School exhibiting enterprise, now in its
SI-Su I fits porting a strong school program Board Staff Development Cepter, 19th year, supplies the display of
S- which reflects and enhances the Gulf County Courthouse, Septem- books free of charge. The current
' wide variety and depth of the er 8 through September 19from showing will include titles from
eim de, ac ding toaJames C. "So, if you, do not have aneri-|pick up one at our office at 1316 .school curriculum is to provide 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. .70 .important publishers of chil-
SManer e Pan a bir record, and aepHarrison Avenue, or you may as teachers and others with a well- curriculum-related collection dren's books and willpresent a
n...... .,.... .. teach rs d" T s o o dl and, will.-present a
City Social Sa ui fflee- toching retirement age, nowisor one by mail or phone. The tele-organized and comprehensive book of 800 titles is covered by otd overview of recent publica-
P the State t rida egistra- ut .it," Robinsoi said. "We at come by the office to pick up your exhibit where they can see and ed, indexed catalogues wlh guide tionsi in that field.
tioA of bidibs ., b z bys ani d. collection seofviiedtintok29 main
otion of bjt4 s t required by the social security office are ready form and would like us to help you evaluate the' new library books of one immediately to the type .of ---
unti 1 q o 'know fromi S i : .
N.w Iuntil .oe o r th to help you in any way we can get in completing it, we will be glad the year. Such an exhibit of rele- book one is interested in; they
born in make applica- proof of your age. We have a-sup- to do so. The office is open Mon. vant books for all .ages, pre- are an import id because CLASSIFIED ADS
Ti onforretiremne fitsare not ply of the forms necessary to ob- day through Friday from 8:3Q a.m. school through young adults, will coeand 117 su lifications. Midget Investments witH
going to have a certificate tain a census record. If you would to 4,P p.m. except nation oal o- be open teachers, librarians, ad-
s wIethe file a ldm, Robinson like one of tlese frms,-you may idays," ministrators and other interested "Books on Exhibit", a national .
titter~~das. nistraed^ an othe interested-----------------
There are many qtler documpts
an ,original birth certificate. One of r
Giving~ ~pa er-atan early date- in KiS
your life. -f BOY ES A-NNUAL
i' The ,ederaceriis is taken evh /
.': ary ta eo ed.art of the in. '
forma. '2tten -..ig the name
.-. :and ag.e'of ff ember of each B : B
: family. So'th 6 is a good chance B. BB -
that every person Ji this area who .. .
.:.'' .is nowear retirement has his i '
name ans age recorded in the 1910
or 1920 census. Whlt we need for
proof, of course, isa record of the
S oldest census in which your age is
bod news & cues S "
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Breakfast hearty "up and at 'm" appeaSizes 5 t S2.99Now only
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oSTARPrt t. ePl URS6AY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970
IVer Tea Thursday Begins
Local Garden Club Activities
he Port St. Joe Garden Club be- H. W. Griffin. ,.. Bridges and others.
gan its year's activities with a sil- The coffeee tabfe was centered Guests were greeted at the door
vet tea held at the Garden Ceiter with a large silver epergne of the by the club officers: Mrs. 0. C.
on Thursday, September 3 at 3:00 same yellow and white flowers :qd Hammond, president; Mrs. David
p.mh. Mrs. R. H. Mcintosh served as silver coffee service. Mrs.. Milton Jones, vice-president and Mrs.
general chairman and Mrs. Durell Chafin poured. Dudley Vaughn, treasurer..
Sykes as co-chairman. Mrs. Kenneth1Bateman and Mrs. Floor hostesses were rs. Olen
Mrs. Terry Hinote was in charge H. W. Griffin were in charge of Hayes, Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs.
of -decorations assisted by Mrs. I refreshments, assisted by Mrs. Tom Durell Sykes and Mrs. J. C. Aabo-
Olen Hayes, Mrs. Raljph'Nance and'Byrd and Mrs. G. S. Croxton who gas.
Mrs. Ethel Bridges. They cho a were unable to attend. The club appreciate ithe inter-
color scheme of yellow and vdte.l Other decorations were two est of those who attended. Funds
T '- 0ei hniet tabs ve e nlarg o % awgte ew of .-.yell~bwand donated
cOed with white hand-made and em. white flowers and fruit on a pe- provemex
boidered maderia coths wh i.- alpnemry Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. grounds.
sts of hand-made lace1Dve4 yet -l c-Sma arraiigeftints made ,'-
Ii undercloth..A fjye c sil-by .ther~n~mber4,were )placed n
candelabra with yellow daisies each window. Potted ferfis of' ev-
,"Dite candytuft and 'yellow candles eral varieties were placed in the Mrs
centered the tea table. The silver book shelves. Potted caladiums and
tea s(pri.ce ,was wprei ed over by fetI w.r,. placed at.the. entrance. HOc
1irs. Wesley ILR. Ramsey and Mrs.. 'hey were grown by Mrs. 'thel
.. a I
T B eta S ig
.:, .. : :. regular a
meFir sttive and
U, were ma
,be: 18, a,
I" U e s -,Mrs. .
There's .never any unnecessary a Phi
*,: .: .A \ ma Phi,
waiting here to have your prescriptions chafrina
filled That's because dispensing and resj
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You can count on us to fill your Th
prescription promptly, accurately, Thember
with' only the finest of pharmaceuticals. Grosshma
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Drivea-ln Window for Prescriptions at Rear of Store t' he s
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SPHONE 227.S111 236 REID AVENUE b.ra of.
high heeled stompe
'THE FLAPPY-FRONTED SOFT SPORTS!
Something's happened to those old flattie mocs .
a high risn' heel, a crushable feel to take you where
S the action is and back agaii
As seen in COSMOPOLITAN
B. GRAYCO No. 2 in Red,
Golden Brown, Blue and Burnt
Beech smooth uppers, $18.00.
will be,-ised.to-makei..m- ROBERT J. FAUISKI, Jr.
nts 'to the, house and
* Biggs /n A,F.Academy
Itess tO' Am F E ACADMY-
Robert J, Faliski, Jr,, son of Mr.
p sil .. and Mrs. Robert J._Faliski, Sr., of
PJIUII 61., Garrison Avei, s one of 1l10
I freshmen cadets whio have entered.
isilon' Kappa Chapter of the U.S. Air,: Fprce Academy class
ma Phi .met Tuesday. eve of 1974. ..
the homeof Mrs. argaret Cadet Faliski was accepted into
White. City forth first the cadet wing after completing,
eetingofthe 1970-71 ea. sevenweeks itining, in-
nda Aliva, Psentluding field training at a simulate
over the business meet ed fr6ntline combat ear the
s for, the coming year wer academy, strenuous physical condi-
and all members are eca.tioning and survival instruction.
looking forward to an ac-
d successful< year. Plans This is the largest class ever to
de final for both chapters enter the 16-year-old academy and
a fish fry Friday, Septem- brings the current enrollment to
it the Centennial Building. more than 4000.
Lynda Sullivan "was in
of the program which was The cadet now begins a four-year I
of the book of Beta Sig- course of study leading to an Air
,officers and committee Force commission and a bachelor
n reviewing their duties of science degree J. th;n aeadem'ic
ponsibilities, and commit- major in one of 27 fields of interest
men, giving their plans forI provided in the curriculum. '
ext. meeting will be Se- Cadet Faliski is a 1970 graduate
15, at the home of Mrs. Dot of Florida Air Academr were he
na with Mrs. Marthd Sar- was valedictorian. of his class and
charge of the program. All lettered in football andbaseball.
s.,are urged to attend is
e several important- items
;es to' discuss Also, the
entice Quien will be vot-
ocial hour followed with T
tess serving 'delicious re-.
id'Mrs. A. C. Carson of I v e r
s, Ga., and daughter, Bar-
Oak Ridge, Tenn., were re- '
sts of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
rs Everybody :makes claim
", "liability. Sylvania dealer
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Band Parents Begin Campaign Todary g BIRTHS .
To Sell Birthday Calendar 'Project
Mr. and Mrs. Robert-Jerom
,Port St. Joe High School Band
Parents will soon be knocking at
doors around town to tell people
about the publication of their an
,nual Community Birthday Calen,
The Birthday Calendar will list,
schedules for school activities,
: meeting dates of organizations in
town, and names' and birthdays
or anniversaries of Port St. Joe
man; Mrs. Wes Thompson, co-
chairman; Mrs. Dick Lamberson,
business advertising chairman;
Mrs. Ray Leavell, co-chairman;
Mrs. Neil Arnold, club listing
chairman; Mrs. Ferrell Allen, .
chairman, birthday listing and
.anniversaries; Mrs. James Rob-
The calendar drive begins on
Thursday, September 10 and will
continue _throUgh October 1.
A picture of the High School .If the. ommitee overloo ks
S, making contact with you and you
Band will be. printed on the wish your name and anniversary
Birthday Calendar.,.. printed ofthe forthcoming Comr.
Listed on :various cofimmittees unityy Bfithday Caledar, phone
are: Mrs.' Dave Maddox, 'Pesi-' the Music Department of Port St.
dent; Mrs. Charles Noble, -chair- ioe High School.
/ i":9MAN ON THiMOVE
i KURA KMIA RSSED HIS
5000 ELEPHANTS IN PURE
GOLP .AND RODE IN A,
'J NATURE PALACE ON
'.s ..3 ,e ,'HE WXS O- FOUR OF
Brooks, Sr., of 146 Avenu"
nounce the birth of a son, .j
Jerome,' Jr., on August 1.
Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas A-ff
ams, Sr., of Apalachicola announce
the birth of. a son, James Douglas4
Jr., on August 2. n
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edward"'
Parrish, Sr., of Wewahitchka, an-
-nounce the birth of a son, Donald
Edward, Jr., on August 3. i
Mr,, and Mrs.- Ctafde RandallU
Weston, 1308 Palm ulevakd, an-
nounmce the arrival twin boys,
Robert Wayne and jTandall Lee,
born August 5. ,,
MI and Mrs. Ralph Henir
Knight,- 1406 Long Avenue, aai-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Kimberly Dawnhn August 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Carl Ui,.
Jr., of Mexico Beach, announce the
birth of a son, Leo .Patrick, on A-.
gust 7. !
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Raymofi]
Sievers of Apalachicola, .announi0
the bjrth of a baby 'girl, Miche
Dordein oi August. 10.
kfr. and Mrs. Willie Shephel
Meredith-of Wewahitchka, are
parents of a baby boy, Eddie Way -
born Augtst-11i. .,
SMr. and Mrs:-,. len Farley-'Con s
of Poit St. Joe, announce the j-
rivat of a .baby boy, CGlen As1
born Augut 24. i
SMiW.' and Mrs. Bobby Brake I
highlandd View announce the bi
6f"a '.n, Bobby DeWayne on Au-
,Mr. and Mrs. Donald.yern Keith,
Sri, of Apalachicila, announce the
birth of a son, Timothy 'Lee on Au-
S r. and dMrs. L. C. Dewayne
Wood of Port St. Joe, announce
the birth of a baby girl, Melanie
Dawn, on :August 31.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
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S, 16,' 32456THUtRSbAY, SPF1TMBER l0, 970 PAGE EVN-
-. oy, IWF Offering Off-Campus Courses Ms. Blounteted Methodist Circles Vitro Wives Will Beta Sigma Phi
stmeetigof n This Area 'Duing FaH Quarter Afte.5 Years Alan Joint Meeting install New Officers Planning FishFry
at s afternoon at -
lardef Ceter on ipENSACOLA-The University of number of courses we have offer- Mrs. Johi Blount was honored The Women's Society of Chris- Vitro Wives will meet Tuesday, Eta Upsilon and Xi Epsilon Kap-
.est Florida will offer more than ed, but we are also Increasing our last Thursday afternoon by the fa. tian Service and Wesleyan Service September 15 for their annual in, pa Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi will
Spr0 peave 50 off.campus courses starting with graduate levelinstruction,"saidDr., cultr of Port St. Joe High School Guild of the First United Metho- stallation supper for new officers have a fish fry, Friday, Seoptember
Ao be present the fall quarter. W..Lee Umphlett, director of-con- A a surprise party heli in the dist Church will hold a covered taking over for the new year. 18, at the Centennial Building from
"Not only Is this the largest tinIng dua~tion tea er' lounge., d ndish supper this .evening at 7 :30 5: 00 to 8: p.m., prior to the Port
"Notonl ,i Most f th inclu i th. ou .... bn the-oficep-m. New officers Of both groups I The meeting vwill be. held at St. Joe Sharks first football game
Most of the classes, including the manager for the High Shool for will be installed. A fun time will Waddell's in Apalachicola. of the year.
graduate courses, will be offered at a ar. e ad r. e f. the insta a tn The menu will consist of fres-
the Pdnsaeola Naval Air Station, the past ye h s follo the installation Everyone will meet at 6:30 p.m. mullet, baked beans, cole slaw and
u i LF SANSC Eglin Area and the Panama ter into the furniture business wi district President, I. E. at the Piggly Wiggly parking lot bread. Plates will be delivered to
Tynda ll rFo rce ase areas.. her husband, operating the St. Joe Brown of Panama City will install All members are urged to attend. Basic, Glidden and St. Joe Paper
'oRAT C es wi .als be, taugh at. Furniture nd Appliance Companythe new Company for shift workers purchase
Chipley, Fort Walton and Milton. A reception was held for Mrs. I ing a ticket
IGulf County.residents may con. Blount with a huge cake prepared Tickets "e $1.00 each and may
Stact William Linitdn, countygeneral with a rocking chi.r drawn on the I Say You Saw t n The Star b e purchased from any sorority
supervisor, Box Gi Port St. Joe, or top with iding, hinting that Mr'- member.
i' r the, UWF Office of Continuing Ed- Blount was go ig into .a life of
B se Stuurayt, Sept. ation, Pensacola, for additional ease. The faculty of the school pre-
.. information sented the honoree with a cut glass
............................... cake server. E
+l' ''' 1 eClases will begin at all locations Sa se P
.. September 21 and 22. Students may Wi b r e I I |EEK ....
'U,:O P |:rE.. 'I K- eglser during 6e first meeting w nis di ub Er'N:*D
*,.ON ".pf. the .c ss 'with October 2 the Fresh Fresh
eadliie or 'ayment of fes. 300. Fruit Cakes. Beef Lver 49c GroundBeefsh bs59
Cl as will 'end Lember and. ... .. k i $. GrOUnd Beef s _. 31. $1.59,
In a business meeting held Tdies'
*day at oon, the Port St. Joe Mi USDA Good .ef USDA Good Bee
,. wanis Club agreed to order fruit T-Bone Ste al. $1) Chu a --lb. 69c
cakes fron the Claxton bakeries fdr
-. heir'annual rulit 'eke sale.: USDA Good Beef Fresh
.'. ,,,The club ordered 300 eakes for SiliB.nSteak b. $1.09 Pork A ks' Ib.59
sale through the Thanksgiving and
Christmas seasons.f USA Good Beef Fres-
S Li NOTICE The Club sells the three pound Round Steak lb. 99c Pork Rost----1 -- 55c
i Invitationto Bid by CONOL- fruit cakes for $3.25 to raise mon-
G IIFG SD ey for financing their yUSDA Good Beeshoulder Center Cut
Sealed -bid. e oppe'o the gramsthugh e Roundear Roast Ib. 79 Pork Chops ---lb. 79c
22nd. day"-ofI.eptember,' 1970, at tt4lb. 79c.or
A 11:00 A.M., EDT, for the smi- Guests of Owens Georgia Trm LIMIT 4 PLEASE
,.0 *. annual requirements of various pa-. Mrs. J. C. Carr, Mrs. Lela Carmi- Georgia Trm LIMIT 4 PLEASE
loner suppes to be used in County ehael of S.f Petersburg aInd Mrs.i I
WEEPSTshKES ngtioniosl gGou WhoI Fry lb 25c
T ^H R T-Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, .Gulf, the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. O S'
S Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, Walton, Owes.
.'. 's~~~ fK H rfand Washington Counties; Group L i i ; ;
'H. II--F-Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, Joan of Are No. 303 Cans ; Drize Large Rolls
'' Suwannee and .Taylor Counties and
S,' 't g North Florida .Junior Cbllege; at ik CIs f Aid Garden Peas 3 cons 9c Paper Towels------rol 29c
S "SEPTEMBE 1st through 15th the request o6 and in cooperation S e s or A
with the Panhandle Area Educa- BlighHunt's Quart Bottle Fresh
: +ir J"i-vll+ + tional Cooperative and the North 'In Area n uts C F : .i t. .
Florida Joint Consultative School Tomato Catsup qt. 59 matoes-------- 19c
S. Service Center. Reference Bid No. Congressman Bob Sikes has call-
SConsolidated SYstems of ed upoh the Secretry of Agricul- old Power Giant Size Golden Ripe
Counties e nds Junior College re ture to takeD positive-steps to alley- Detergen pkg. l5. 1c
serves theiight to accept or reject iate the coin blight in Northwest .-- .. aas -
any or all bids. Florida and elsewhere.
W. G,. W STAD PAL With $1000 Orde or More
Project Coordinator.gt_ .. eigtin as. disaster -rea
University of Florida has been requested, but this is not
Gai esvile, Florida 9-3 enough," Sikes said. It would pro.
S .' ; vide only emergpnqy, loans; addi- No. 10 Jug
S. NOTICE onal action ae essary to help
"As of September 3,1 1,76, K 11 ," -* .:
no longer be responsible'r f d tie farmerIs zake fI grain plant-
incurred by anyone other than my- ings in order to overcome fe d
self. grain shortages and-to recoup los-
J. L. HARRISpN 2tp ses from corn blight. This action e l
SEverybod wins this _.M .. .... q. a. Oks th e otarS- t .h Sk t
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just for coming in. M.t4 Itlnvtstments That Yield is required of corn seed in dealer SEVENTH STREET, HIQHIAND VIEW PHONE 22-5877
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LT. ROBERT P. COSTIN
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Too Noisy? Experts Say Trees
And Shrubs Can Muffle Hubbub
If it's too noisy around you, Dense plantings of large trees
consider what you can do with along highways will effectively
trees and shrubs. lower the level of noise, particular-
Research has, shown that shrubs ly if the sound source is lower
and trees-if used correctly-can than the receiver. This means that
play a major. role in reducing trees planted uphill of a highway
noise. Treds will also effectively will give maximum sound control.
moderate wind and temperature, Each 100 feet width of trees can
and, in so doing, 'reduce any in- reduce highway noise eight to
fluence that these two factors eleven percent. Varying widths of
,might have on the transmission of screen will reduce the noise level
Man has used trees as sound By planting trees you can pro-
barriers ,to cut down noise. pollu.- 4uce a natural sound barrier, Jen-
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forestry researchers are finding _
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sense practice, says Extension For-
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Many factors contribute to sound
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gLgWAVS BRUSI VOUR. TEETH AFTER EVERY MEAL--
ESPECIALLY AFTER .SWEET SNACKS--ADVISES T+IE
AMERICAN DEl.TAL ASSOCIATION. AND HAVE REGULAR
DENTAL CARE. ALSO, THROW AWAY THAT WORM- OUT
TOOT BRUSH AN4D GET A NEW ONE. (1
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Fresh Water Fishing Due
Climb Out of Summer Slum
PANAMA CITY-Fresh Water bass, but generally fishing was rat- type lures and plastic worms a0
fishing in Northwest Florida is set ed "poor". pear to work best elsewhere. B,
to get out of a month-long, slow- Deer Point Lake at Panama City, gill and shellcracker in these wa-'
activity rut by week end, according Bay-Washington Counties sandhill ters is fair to good.
to the Game and Fresh Water Fish lakes, Lake Ocheese at Sneads, Chipola River is reporting slow.
Commission. Merritt's Mil Pond at Marianna, fishing. Apalachicola River is re-:
Dog days, that began in mid-July, are reporting better bass activity' porting mostly catfish fishing. The
ended Saturday, September 5. Whe- again. Nip-i-diddee and topwater going is slow also in St. Vincent Is-
ther true or else, many fishermen baits, fished early and late, are land Refuge, but, bass activity is
long have thought that slow to mod. good on Deer Point Lake. Rapala. picking up.
rate fishing success during this
period is due to the so-called dog
days. They are now ended. J \OUT 'UR EALTH *
The expected upturn in fishing "
activity is also assured by the fact
that rivers, streams and sloughs H UNDREDS OF YEARS AGO,
are clearing rapidly from recent BEFORE MEN UNDERSTOOD;
wide-spread rains and will be in HOW IMPORTANT!TEETH4.WEKE,
good condition-barring new rains "CHEW STICKS" WERE DEVISED
,-by week end. TO K EEP TEETH CLEAM. THEY
5 WERE MADE BY BEATING ONE
Although fishing success has left END OF A'PEO CIL SIZE TWIG
a lot to be desired lately, many an- WITH'A ROCK UNTIL IT ECAME
glers have continued to, get fair SOFT AND FISROUS.
to good panfish and bass catches
by selecting their fishing waters.
Best bet for bluegill, are St.
Marks Refuge and St. Marks-Wakul-
Westward from the Ochlockonee
River to Pensacola, most rivers and "
streams also, are returning to nor-
mal again, but at the first of the
week reporting slow fishing. Some
persistent anglers were getting N I-4E IB CEHNTURA MORE..
moderate strings of panfish and MODERM LOOKING TOOTHR USH
iHE STAR, Port St. JeI, Pil. M2456 THURSDAY, IPTEMBER 10, 1970
What :i Blue Ribbon Beef? P, ggly Wiggly..
Blue bbon-Beef is Choice QQnaity, Mature,
Grain Fed Beef, Especially Selected for
Piggly Iw.ggly I
Prices Effective thru Sept. 12, 1970
Quantity Rights Reserved
CHOICE BEEF SPECIAL
"* s -" ,- '. "'
STEAK., l--. 99c
All Mea ,9
STEW BEEF Ilb. 79c
Ground CHUCK -lb. 79c
Clcken Wings 3 Ibs.
Chicken Necks -.- 3 lbs. 29c
I Prying Chicken .
Drum Sticks ..l.. Ib. 59c
Jackson Best Smoked I LB.
. Tray, Pak Sliced
STEAKS--- Ib. 49c
PORK ROAST Ib. 49c
PORK STEAK Ib
Grade "A" Large Tender
Tender Beef LB.
4 Lb. Box Sliced End Special
BACON box $1.29
Bob White Sliced
YELl0 ROSE 42)unce Jar A
CO OKING O 49
LIMR .... 1 With $10.00 or more purchase'
DETERG EN 69c
YELLOW ROSE LAUNDRY
For White, Brighter Clothes
SNOWDRIFT -3 Pound Ca6
The Pure Vegetable Shortening .
COLONIAL GRANULATED PURE
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Po'u;n""d' 8 '9c,
Treat the evening diners to quick and easy fixin
shrimopTastyl Deliciousl Economicaft
Fancy Mortoh Frozen,
TOMATOES ----- lb.23c PECAN PIE
Idahoan Instant '*
POTATOES, 8 oz, ba 29c
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
'lFemon or Choclate C
l- 16 oz. 69c
_ ea. 29c
COUNTRY STYLE PATTIE
8 Oz. Cans Pilsbury Country Style or Buttermilk
BISCUITS 4 pak ctn. 45c
Blue Bonnet Whip
MARGARINE .-- lb. 47c
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S hefield Se renade
In 4 $, $/.50 purchase
1st, 6th, 11th We4 'With every $7:50 P.hase Each week a piece of'Serenade ... .
DINNER PLATE ("reag 99c) 9c delightful new dinner will be fen-
2nd., 7th, 12th week With every $7.50 purchase turned for just 9c. For each $7.50 in
DESSERT DISH eg. 59c) 9C grocery purchases, you are entitled to
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3rd, 8th, 13th Week With every.$1.50 purchase limit .. with a $15.00 purchase you
COFFEE CUP ... (Reg. 79c) 9c can get two pieces ... and so on.
4th, 9th, 14th Week With every $7.50 purchase
SAUCER (Reg. 59c) 9c
5th, 10th, 15th Week With: every $7.50 purchase
BR EAD & BUTTER PLATE ------.-- (Reg. 59c) 9c
Add tlhse, handisome complete pieces to your set!
AnytiOme during11this special 10 week offer!
S,. reg. price or price reg. price our
Vegetable Bowl --- S2.49 Si.49 Relish. Tray -_- $1.99
Covered Sugar Bowl S2.29 S1.29 Coffee Server,-___ $6.99
Creamer S2.29. S1.29 Tea Server -------__-_ $6.99
13" Oval; Platter- S3.99 S1.99. Covered Butter Dish $3.49
2 Large"Soup Plates _S2.99 S1.69 Round Serving Platter-- $3.99
2 Ash Trays.-------- 'S2.29 S1.29 Jumbo Sl'ad-Bowl $5.90
.alt & Pepper :Shake: S2.9 S.29 2 MgsBwl ---
2 Salad Plates ----- S2.49 S 1.49 2Jumbo.Mugs --- $1.99
2 Soup/Cereal Bowls S2.49 S1.49 11" Serving Platter $2.99
Covered Casserole -_ S6.99 S4.49,. Large Vegetable Bowl '$3.49
Sauce Boat ---- 82,99, S1.49 2 Utility Bowls ------$2.99
With every lovely complete
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FRISIES Lamb or Kidney and Bacon
Sans $1.0 0
Oak Hill No. 2YV Cns .
PEACHES_.----3 cans 7c '
All Flavors-.- 28 Ounce Bottles
SHASTA DRINKS 4btls. $100
Monarch W. K. or,
CREAM STYLE CORN can 24c
2 Sieve Early, 17 oz.can, -
Monarch JUNE PEAS -_-can 27c
Flow Through 100 ct. box
Luzianne TEA BAGS -__ box 97c
Yellow Rose 2Ya lb. lar
PEANUT BUTTER ..----. jar 99c
Banana, Coconut, Chocolate, Devil Foo
LARA LYNN PIES ---- box 37c
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Family Deodorant, 4 ounce can Compare at $1.00
Mouthwash, 14 oz. bottle Compare at $119
CEPACOL ,-.Bot 88c
Swan, 250 Ct. Why Pay More?
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^AQE TEN THE STAR, .Port St. Joe. Pl. 32456THURSDAY, SEPTERBE WO, 19 70, .,
g lOTa t.....he.N e NI I S To Hunt Ducks, Coots \
S.M 323 agnoUa Avenue, an- tiresto purchased as neeeet known that Tom Adams to i s ie es et
.hold a orbirng conrn A s OR .' l Florida, dTw o hereby give nof thce that .
n area of St. Joseph Bay.lo (SAL) es to include every to pellate irict GroupsA and F. of the Ga.e and Fresh Water Fish -
Sfollws:4 ply the S.W. a GENERAL ELECTION will be Commission in Tallahassee on Fri .
fOTICE rOFd l e mi eC e, HEARING rao9rE Florida duckasoape
orfl pthe of-PorSt t010plyheld n CountCoptroller. State of or eent cange in te unting point
i" ted. t Poit St. Joe.. .orida, ,n p da n or S.eore l the r to reject anyreor allobids e wionel of Agbicultu ns tem ich "vernihe. daely bag
Nhi25thCayof August, A 1970.. until 5:00 P.M.b, AEDS Sept receve .D. 1970. 5. 10 ply a. Commis sucaceedtio unlt of duck hunters. The new...
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Ceth:- i at Co HEREINN1 500 AL iOTSor on.n
St 0t tNL ,,A.1 pro confso will be entered agit .7., 7:75x15, 4 ply A.D., 170, the saGduesday being to tunto kri s and coots during the
,, Domestic.. B N 8.8:15x15, 4 ply the RD DAY of NOVEMBER,llowing 1970-71 eason. The c ge ason l
7 0.- 7Aa t 7 :0 0 -' P -, .A0 se- U uL e a d n 2 5 slb d . ... .... ... -tl l om mn o flt h e t y at od o f .Ce o l to w ig o f icnes : o in ti.n
NY,... LORIA de WsNe t my hand and tl Psea I S9. 7:50x17, F8plyoh at fbilMe fln
o ff in Port St JoeFlo o cipal uil said Court Port- St.o lSt. Joe10.1 8 ply D Uni 1, 2ted States Senator. adopted a gae ma nagement re
.- *oIes. fi.beaf Ctounsi. 80 0 Sda, untilFo 1 5.1 :0 p.m,; DT, SeptlyRem- n Tesative in Congress forI have omendatio for day, Novembert-
iihLE MAo I AMIL0oN,. F 1ri, Atugu, AT,., it rt.t.oe7. er 15,,1970, 12 lyr the followihe First Con gressonal District.d 2,.dg seontinu the Citrough January
Defendant. reserves the rght to reject any or ried electric typewriter: e Great Seal. of the State of A D 1
.tNOestablICE OFment DIVORCEabulk. ead is r. CO 16" carriage FloridaT (2) JusTallahaces of the Suprem e Area n itrus Cou
ose the Board of County C Clerk of Circuito Coulerk 3t 44key. 88 chracterkeyboard 1970. ., .o. all. iedltfe magement areas. *
.Al Gulf County, Florid 15. 5:70/ 5:00y8, 4 ply 'I.TD. o ()Juges o tA e tr .he Come~osiso adorsed a
.iissioners of Gulf County, Florida,. .,dt-5-27 1. 23x8:50/122, 2ply'Court of Appeal fore the First Ap-, birds were adopted at a meeting -
Sth area f St. Joseph Bay BID NO. 92 stage verticales to includedelivery t elSte district GroupA and F of three point cooperandtFresh Water Fish.
IN YLER Q The Commission of the 1%, 2, 2% and3 H tionstwith improvement program with Putnam Comis
tedyo -follews: in the S.W. qi a D Pb Por t St. Joe, Florida, wl ne retail Bid s will be O verI and L ieutenant Gover- Commiss.ion in T allahassee for ac-
o ind INeW. quarter of section 35,1 BID NO. 96 re peat action" .. S n in e' ale desert In the manner i
oui 'outh,Range11 west.- Sealedbidsty the foowreeied spaceive bar backspa line DTcer pie, can braised to unex deserves.Use silver piehold
lG fo -tChe proposedd bulkhead the City Commission of the City tock stped bass pecd hei ghts of artistry with er as the "frame"r the pe
S. l t repeat actio fullSt. Jo- e, orid, at its gul f the City lerrenovation ande Grestocking eneralservingheand preparation. lng dessert fors, and
Space of meeting in the Municipal d The Citypublic lakes within tmissioheserves Comptroller gve t flair with the sterling servingngen thehunting pointpeces wth
SDated p t' Po St. oe; F lorida, Building gin Port StettoengFlorid a re- Ws e TUNER andwifer Aythem Taiahassee meeting, e addition chopped pecans, a ompan ents ch
S5thayof August, AD. 1970.ntil 5:00 .M.,ED ept- received.pr five man board approved reor mincemeat, ad orange.Don cheese and whipped cream
S f ounty, Forida mestic N, Soil Pipe. 'a li Service Co FmiSALEon:Grup points pean for wildlife law t op three Serve this delec topping.
INE OF 7 Tabulation-push-bttn sin- YO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED enforcement. The planincluded a pacesLGANT APPL-INCE PIE
gle andrepeat taulatio wi o ne that the following described pro reduction in the number of admin- (Maes 1 10-inch pe)
Lo 'wTiCDo- CityT Aou dit orarriage"ovement LTw oEight (8), Block Distri 8 and. a cvalueas on 9i points other high1 package (9 o
Clerk, fO ti.S aled .Ttlcercn- rourrt1. 5r0osGn In ,A
oA CouIn'FBl -R key iqud e rom light (1.75 oz) to i ceg to an official Clamt ormap pervisois ath the establshment apples (4 ps ee crble
S 'A heavy (3.5 oz. y sipleontrol thereof on file in the office of the rdk of sergeant. cored and thily sed
3 F wirin w.setionthel Cwity Comm ission of the City er of C iuit Courts, The ew enforcement pla calls c ugar Grated rind and ice o
SIe b eofPot St. Joe Flor at its reg- Districts 2 and 4. for acomplen ent of ten lieuten- c hopped pean mall orange
S, ular pla meeting in the Munie mar- Members of the Scool Board,Intheote ao e C ssion lage enough to line bom and sides of ungreased
Sin Port St. ida. Bid open cipaluilding in Port St. oe, and Flor- Dis Crt 1, 2 and5. Joe of 21 adopteditional enforcement re 10-ich pan.Allow about 1 of stroverhang at edge
,' l... ng w15, 1970bThe at8ty:0 p ort. Septemoer ida, until 5:00 p.m,1 'DT _SO.e m-I In Testimony Whereof, I have ommerdatio i for a reduced hunt- !i
NOTICOF DVORCallbids receded. 6" cntering. Florida, oat Tallahasee, the C apin areas of maxim trust unting pieor ting. Combine remaining ingredients and spoon to
STO 2. eyb a d ard .Aneri- 'tal, this the Fourteenth day of Au11:00 y,nd fishing aoptedout remaining str and cut regulto ationsch wide
d The Cityof Pot S Platen 'r1597faltypi' g easily res- o'clock A.M.,. eastern Daylight n" strips. Arrange t i a lattice over filling. Flute edge. Wake in hot
,Whose" a4 iis unjnn ,.' City Auditor and Clerk' 3t n 44-key, 88 cAhracter keyboard. .'Ost, 1970. ., or a!! "w, minia
S'dut s mebt of ForelosT e entered herein be conducted by Georgement Y. Core, a nd apls.are easily pierced.
:atd! fi ,1VI'A1rIY TO:BI'3.Tpesyle to,))e 1 0 p~iteiX-. TOM AI0AMS, The Comvissoftn':""edorsed ai
tit lk- c VITATION TO BID Ver te nhe uit Ctrt of the Four- Circuit Court erk. Gulf County
BID NO.2 stage vertical sa provides and th Judicial Circuit of Florida Florida.t cooperative fishing
S. ty CoMarbon bbonwth, sltor b .in a d fosGulf County on t with .31st Gprovement program with Putnam AW IT IN TH STAR
.d au r" Sa .lMKi ton to change from abrcae retailer andpsshb7tton .var- 0. Said sale shall Circuit Court Clerk SA Y
-FO your ae 'ruir :u.jp 'b..s Sfom anyJperson, cor-ilTlind Peaper-r- IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT,County. The program callsfor ac- ...
o 6wV ar o corporation interested A 5. Automatic riseatp a actions-- C FRCT 'O THETA r U' a i w.i' p n be raied t i desert e as er e
huld not-'.. City the following de- space bar, back.spaqeilin pcer, OCIRCUIT' OF THE STATE control, of quateweeds, ves T at, humble favorite, apple table dessert In the manner it
,,tOnu no'ecEXTRA LIFE fl9"spae ba r, bc lie e raeoO r
and yphenundst OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ation and 'stckinOftried.-. pected heights of artistry with er as heframe for the pie
r.. LF)Aanddotkin -h^eGU COUNTY. R in theISt. Johns Rivera and investi- ': a littler niagination in both -dishandal1Thenadd ster-
tic reeived. Actl iotwhen fulds pr be FOB N
s ad. Plaintiff, gationrenovation and restockilg serving ,and preparation. lMg dessert forks, and 'use.
o.6.' "a~ne c "ntrol-a 'm c -vs-- of public lakes within the county. '.First, give It flair with the sterlng serving pieces with
push-buttoh margitl.setting andi re-. WILLIE CLAY TURNER and wife, At',the Tallahassee meeting, tae '.addition of chopped pecans, accompanilments. SUch
slDeWANE T. TURNER,
esettsng with simple one-hdqpr- five ,an boid a roved a r^. miicemeat, and orange. Dot as.'-cheese and whipped cream
ation. Bottom margin controll with D organization planrfor, vadiiteor- l-o.. ,, ........
"page gage". NOTICE OF SALEgwillie'law
IORRiTELINE OF 7. Tabulation-push-button, sin- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED enforcement. The plan included a 4, ELEGANT APPLE-MINCE PIE
.Lot.Eight (8). Block F"Wil crease in 'the number of field su- 4-6 medium size reen cnetad nca. t
8' Pekso'nal touch gage--adjusts Ilamoburg Subdivision, accord-..6.ed.msi..,ne.r-ed
E E D key tquh 'from light (1.75 oz,) to Ing to an official plat or -map pervisois kitl the' establishment :apples (4 cups),' peeled, ,rumbled
n'heavy (.5 oz.)Uby sinlple/control thereof on file in 'the office of the r k of sergeant. cored and thinly sliced
wheel with keyboard window indi- of the Clerk of Circuit Court. The e enfo n c cup uar Grated rind and juice of
cat'r.- '.'.' 9% Gulf County, Florida, for a complement :of lieuten cup chopped eans orange
ndintedscale o shall be sbd at public outcry to ants and, twerity field sergeants.."'Prebiar*e pie crust according to ppcklage' directions. Roll Out%
-' gi6n antasbula.or y Pm "rtcash at the front-door of the GulfrThe pla also calls for assignment' 'of t-asit'y:large'enough to line bottom and sides-of ungreased
_-.T1-." s KI GNiandtab ulator stop settinga.nd CoUpty Courthouse in Port St. Joe, of 21 additional pnforcement offi- 10-"ich pan.,Allow about 1 icch, of .bstryz.4overhang at edge
riper centering. Florida, on the 18th day of Sep- cers in areas of maximum hunting of pie'for fluting. Combine.remaining ingredients and spoon into
10. Changeable platen-regular tember, 1970, at the hour of 11:00 and fishing activity." ", ,'ie pan. Rollout remaining 9stry, and cut into %-inch wide
1platen for-.ormal. yping.easily re- o'cldck A.M.,. Eastern Daylight strips. Arrange in a lattice over filling. Flute edge. take in hot
placed by,,irmer platen-for heavy- 'Time, pursuant to a Final JudgA' -- 'oen, (400oF.) 35 to 40 minutes, or until crust is richly browned
d pma:Ing.'. ment of Foreclosure entered herein be conducted by George Y. Core, and apples are esaily pierced.
1: ".Ribon contro -- t-be-equlli- bY..the Circuit COurt of the Four- Circut Court Clerk, Gulf County,
pe with both standard fabric and tednth Judicial Circuit of Florida Flord.
MK-22FC arbon ribbon with, eleltor but-..in, aid foi'Gulf County on the 31st GEORGE Y. CORE, 'i'TA
MK-24C toF' to change from fabric to cT- day of Ailgnst, 19,70. Said' sale shall Circuit Court Clerk "I": SAY YOU SAW IT IN TES R
12-Volt, .Echange 12. 'Automatic paper%"- insertion
and paper ejectipn- pap'Ir-injct!tor- --
elector for fast insertiwd and djec-
'| "re t EXTRA LIFE 9t tany." b
i- s received. Allquo- dsho dbeFOB
;n: : l, ~ n I n" I, ".""' ": + 'q i q kl" n* '4 C lerk "" q '1 n
ireston EXTRA LIFE-"
This Guardnaee will be honored b all Firestonie Dealers and Stores
carrying Firestone brand batteries. Every Firestone battery, is guaranteed
against defects in workmanship and materials, and against allure n
normal passenger car service for Ihe staled period after ate of purchase.,
Replacement will be made without charge thin 90 days after purchase.
After 90 days, If any adjutant is necessary, an allowance will be made
Against, e printed Exchange rice current at the ime of adjus tment,
based o the unepired portion o the original warranty period. Failue
'du to abuse, fire, wreck, freezing the ue olhigher than 1265 specific
.grvity electrolyte, battery,'"rejuvenatos" or "patented electrolytes,
voids this guarantee. ',
FAILS AS LONG
AS YOU OWN
LIFETIME GUARANTEE Exchange' 3
This Guarantee will4e' honored by all Firestone Dealers and Stores
carrying Firestone brand batteries. The Firestone SUPREM Battery
is unconditionally guaranteed against defects in workmanship and mate-
rials. Should the SUPREME Battery fail at ,any time to hold a charge,
it will be replaced free of charge to the original purchaser for so long as
She owns the passenger car in which it was originally installed and pro-
vided the battery remains in that car. on surrender of such purchaser's
"Owner's Guarantee Certificate." ,This guarantee does not apply to
vehicles in commercial service. Failure due.to abuse, fire, wreck freezing,'
use of higher than 1.265 specific gravity electrolyte, battery rejuvena-
tors" or "'patented electrolytes," voids'this guarantee.
PATE S. -'
Jimmy's Phillip's "66"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER .FIGTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Jesirg to engage in
business un der-tle fictitious name
of THE AIiGH CHAPPERAL. at
Jones Homestead, ',Gulf County,
Florida, /intends 4o register the
said name with the. Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court, Gulf County,. Florida.
/s/ R. L.iTULL 4t-8-27
What hot weather starts, cold
-'weather finishes -'both extremes
drain battery power. ,.But' before
you fill the ;,air with *electrifying
oaths, see us for a' checkup- of
your starting and charging system.
'We'll 'find the real trouble, with-
out obligation. 'r
.t Datte- trobbiq is.
Sa d recommend the
nest -- NAPA bat-
i1 NAPA leiii. There simply
i nsn't a liner batltery
made and we can
PARTS CO., Inc.
If you have the questions,
Pinto hastheanswem s
Q. What do.you mean, "carefree"?
A. Pinto's designed to free you from
Scar cares, big and little. Cares about
S high prices ni big gas bills. Cares
about parki-. JCaies about service
S, ,and reliabi Power and stabjlity.
Q You say Pinto islittle. How dgle?
A.':Pinto is only 3 inches long :than
VW. But' its turning circle is actu-
*ally a little less ,so Pinto can',slip
easily into tight parking spaces.,
Q. And inside? ,
A. Pinto. gives y6u more interior
roominesS overall than Volkswagen.
And getting i4 and out is easier
because Pinto's doors are a 'good
Q. What about price?
A. Pint6 is priced like the 'little
economy imports, too.
Q. What about power?
A. Pinto delivers 75 horsepower and
averages over 25 miles per gallon in
simulated city/suburban driving.
The engine is front-mounted and ex-
ceptionally quiet for a car in this
class. Pinto is the only American
economy car equipped with a 4-
speed, fully synchronized transmis-
sion at no extra cost.
Q. What else is standard equipment?
A. High Back bucket seats. Direct-'
Aire ventilation with' upper-level
fresh air outlets. Heater/defroster
with 3-slped -fan. Two-speed elec-
tric windshield wipers. Electric wind-
shield washers-. Your ',coice of 15
exterior colors. And more.
Q. How about optional extras?
A. Pinto offers a 100-hp engine and
'' 3-speed automatic 'transmission.-
Front disc brakes.. Eien built-in air
conditioning. Tinted glass. Vinyl;
roof. "Flipper"' reart quarter win-
dows. Fold-down'rear seat. Buimper:
guards and side niolding with vinyl
inserts to protect the paint. More
than most imports;offer-at prices
economy-car buyers can afford.-
A. Pinto's engine has already logged
50 million owner-driven miles. And
the strength of some of Pinto's parts
makes ordinary little economy cars
look puny by comparison. Parts
like the starter motor, ball joints,
rear wheel bearings are heavy duty.
Craftsmanship? Pinto is the only
American car with hand-matched
Q. What's Pinto like out on the road?
A. Pinto has a wider stance than
any economy import, for better
stability in turns and gusty cross-
winds. For more road feel, and more
Precise handling, Pinto has rack &
, pinion steering-like Porsche and
Jaguar-something you won't find
on any other American ear.
Q. Tell me about service,
A. Pinto is so simple you can do
much of'the maintenance yourself,
if you like. The Owner's Manual
shows you how. And Pinto's free
Do-It-Yourself Key helps you per-
form minor service functions.
Q.'Suppose I don't service Pinto
S You still save when your Ford
dealer does it. For example, Pinto
needs an oil change half as often as
the leading import. And a chassis
lube only one-sixth as often.
Q. Sounds great-where can I test-
A. Your nearest Ford Dealer. And
if you have any more questions, he
can answer them.
A littleBetterIdeafrom Ford
Bete idea or safety: Buckleup.
"Ford Punt, Pass & Kick Competition. Boys, 8-13, register at .vour nearest participating Ford Dealer now through September 28.
St. Joe Motor Company
rt S Joe, oria
1 Port St. J 6foe, riao
iH STiiAR. Pirt &. 4iL Pl, 82456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1976
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Thompson White Seedless
I Jumbo Ripe -
I Cantaloupes 3
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1970. If unable' i o!e,,-,,.n STAMPs u =.o.c.A. STAMPS
ise any advertised jDry Trend d H, IGay Bouquet m 4
as request a rain eferget g 55c Bar Soap I, 39c
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IT'S CHILD'S PLAY
kWhen youngsters first show an interest in helping mother in
the kitchen, it can prove to be smooth sailing or rocky waters
for both. Choosing the right recipe is very important. This
delectable (and father-pleasing) dessert is custom-made for
lesson number one. Spicy Bread Pudding is made a no-cook way
with the able assistance of Jell-O Vanilla Instant Pudding. Mom
may have to lend a hand at the end when it's time for the
creation to be browned in the broiler.
Spicy Bread Pudding
.4 or 5 slices dry bread % teaspoon cinnamoLn.
1 package (3% oz.) vanilla %1 teaspoon vanilla
instant pudding 1 tablespoon brown sugar
% teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons chopped
% teaspoon nutmeg. nuts
Trim crust from bread, toast, and cut into %A.inch cubes.
Arrange half of the bread cubes in bottom of 1-quart baking
dish. Prepare pudding mix as directed on package, adding salt,
nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla before heating. Pour half of the
pudding over bread cubes, add remaining bread cubes, and top
with remaining pudding. Combine brown sugar 'and nuts;
sprinkle over pudding. Broil 2 to 3 minutes. Chill. Makes 3 cups
or 5 or 6 servings.
d* (an Former Resident
r. Olympics Gold
Julius Shackleford, formerly oi
S t Port St. Joe and now a resident oe
SI H E N Easton,, Pennsylvania, took the
first place gold medal award a1
CH A TT E R the International Special Olympics
S in Chicago recently.
by FLORIDA POWER CORP. Shaceford is a senior at Eas
Stroudsburg High in Easton. He
Here's the easy-to'make hot roll won the high jump with an effort
recipe\that you've been waiting to of five feet, 10 inches.
see. It.is a blend of fine ingredients Shackleford bested his previous
to give you a sweet flavor and the record of five feet, eight and a
aroma pf grandmother's cookery. quarter inches, at the meet. He
Try it today! competed against youths from the
RAPIDMIX SWEET DOUGH other 49 states and other countries.
5-6 cups flour (regular or instant Shackleford is a special educa-
blending) tion student in East Stroudsburg.
2 packages active dry yeast He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
W cup sugar Julius Shackleford, 240 Avenue Ii,
Cooking oil Port St. Joe.
1% teaspoons saltI
% cup (1 stick) soft margarine into a ball. Knead 5-10 minutes or
1% cups very hot tap water until dough is smooth and elastic.
2 eggs (room temperature) ,Cover with plastic wrap, then a
Spoon or pour flour into dry towel. Let rest for 15-20 minutes on
measuring cup. Level off and pour board. Punch down. Shape into a
measured flour onto wax paper. braid or rolls. Brush surface of
Combine 2 cups flour, undissolved dough with oil. Cover pan loosely
yeast. sugar and salt in large bowl. with plastic wrap. Let stand for 10
Stir well to blend. Add soft mar- minutes. Preheat the oven if nec-
garine. Add hot tap water to ingre. essary. Puncture any surface bub.
dients in bowl all at once. Beat bles with an oiled toothpick just
with electric mixer 'at medium before baking. Bake at 375 de.
speed for two minutes. Scrape sides agrees F. for 3035 minutes or until
of bowl occasionally. Add eggs and done. Bake on a lower oven rack
one cup more flour. Beat with elec- position for best results. Remove
tried, mixer at high speed for one from pan immediately., Cool on
minute or until thick and elastic, rack. Brush with margarine while
Scrape sides of. bowl occasionally. warm if desired. Frost and decor.
Stir in remaining flour gradually ate if desired.
with wooden spoon. Use just
enough flour to make a soft dough CLASSIFIED ADS
which leaves sides of bowl. Turn "Midget investments With
out onto floured board. Round upi Giant Return"
WLL at oe Bea l wt a
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW |
FT .... ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION:
Personal concern for the health of you and yourfamily,
individual service suited to youP partic jar neds, pro.
fessional skill and competence which you have come
to expect ap second nature... theseare extras that are
,' matter of cursywith s. By making that exfa ef*t,
'9y providing fast service with ho waiting, b ngeingori
C whenever you need us, we hope to make pera-
frien'Udsahd customers for our store. We plan to
'%-. '-I .
ib business a good long tiie' atd therefore kAdw
Sued goodwill depends upon the ra
ceqt.!cal standard, /o pr
fig l be personalattention yde'
i ep, bring your prescriptions to
317 Williams Avenqe
TALLAHASSEE Back to
school means pedestrian and bi-
cycle traffic is on the rise and
the Florida Highway Patrol this
week outlined regulations for
Colonel Reid Clifton, Director
of the Patrol said,' "Bicyclists and
pedestrians have specific duties
and responsibilities just as driv-
ers do. Students returning to
school should know and obey
According to Clifton bicyclists
must obey al] traffic control de-
vices and driMng rules because
they have the same rights and
duties as theo driver of a vehi-
cle. In addition no more persons
Is Taken' y Death
James Tho7as Bailey, II, age
63, passed apy Mo.iday p"f last
wJek at MUnpal Hospitaf folilw-
Bailey, long-time resident
o exico'B&.-mwa4 a veteran of
)rld War I pnd h, retired, car-
Mr. Bailey 'is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Helen Bailey of Mexico
Beach; three sisters, Mrs. George
Miller and Mrs. 0. N. Davis of
Hastings and Mrs. Gladys Parrish
of. Blountstown; one brothit,
,Charles. Edward Bailey of Jackson-
Funeral services were held last
Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m.
f oin Iaguoli Baptist, Church in
-'c-nductel by Rev. Er-
' s...W of Alfha. Intermenit
OF family plot of Mag-
irices,,wde under the direc-
pf C foter Funeral -Home.
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OUR FINEST 23-Inch COLOR CONSOLE
TO2 Plus O cr
Tb ffeodn hr.h Tax
This Offer Good Only Through October 5
* Automatic Tint Lock ... a sample flick of the switch locks-in natural flesh
tones and maintaina natural baekgroundcolor.
* Automatic Fine 'Tunming h'maeS-in on the strongest signal with touch of a
* Instant Start.. gives piMtbe and sound in just 8 seconds ... prolongs the,
Display Merchandise In Our Store Available for Immediate Delivery
ORDER BY PHONE: 227-2201 or 227-2291
Catalog Sales Store
410 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
may ride on a bicycle than it was
intended to carry. "Hitching" a
ride on a car or truck is strictly
illegal. Bike riders should always
ride as near to the right side as
possible and not more than two
abreast. Where bicycle paths are
provided they must be used, said
Clifton said the law requires
pedestrians dto use sidewalks
where available, or if not, to walk
on the left shoulder of the: road-
way facing traffic. Cross streets
at crosswalks where available.
Never leave the curb and walk
or run into the street and always
obey. the pedestrian control sig-
nals. It is unlau1 :,or, ,pedes-
trians to stand on the paved por-
'(ion of the roadway to: "hitch-
,hike" a ride. .
Clifton concluded by saying,`
"Many of the deaths each year in-
volving pedestrians and bicyclists
could have been prevented by,
'following the rules of safe walk-
means protection; use them to
Oak Grove Asseo bly of God
Church is observing their annual
Homecoming and Appreciation
Day, Sunday, September 13, ac-
cording to an announcement this
week from the pastdi, Rtv. CaQ'
ton Wilkinson pastor. '
The special bbs en
is expected to clpax a i'yiv
series which started'on Tuesdai
of this week. Rev. ls. ra -
cock is ths e4angeliSt. '
All previous menbersP-and, e.,
specially the septog.meneM.,
well as. ends ofrthelchrcillb"
invited to attnorSnpdat : :.
One'of the cfh-' fs oldest fah "
ter members, ev. ,. *
.will be speaking. atr tshe Suid-
morning services., Rcv. Ss. Hai-
cock will be speaking Sundavy i
the evening services. r
A' basket lunch will, 'b4
spread at noon. At 2:00 p.r.. A
'big gospel sing starts with the
well known Assembly Gospel
Singers in charge.' Several vi"-'
iting gospel singe p will be pres-
ent and on the program.
BELIEVE IT QR NOT...
CLINGING VINES ARE
STILL IN STYLE
Some men 'cling to romantic '
ideas. Others Woni't toss out old
sneakers or' letter sweaters
from, log. gone,school days.
Still' othr, cli1''tdthe thought
that a sock-is-a-sock.
They're 'wrong. There's a
brand new sock that just won't;
' clng to the theory. Nor Will it,
cling".,o trousers a'id' cause
'awkward pant ride-up around '
the leg. This sock also promises .
that lint won't cling tolIT. Nor'
will soil or unpleasant, odor.
STrousemrs' at cling, soil that
clings, and lint that clings are';'
all 'things ,of the past in Bur-
lington's new anti-static socks*.
Why? They're knit'from exclu-
sive Monsanto.,"22N" nylon
that's permanently static free.
Which also explains why they
won't pick up lint in a washer
or dryer. Because there's no
static build-up. That simple lit-
tle number, "22N" nylon, makes
them absolutely repel dirt par-
The length of a sock is impor-
tant as well. It's never proper
to wear ;a crew length with a
business suit; to show an ankle
or shin during a working day.,
Most men need at least a dozen
pair in a mid-calf or over-the-
calf length to fulfill business
day needs. A wide but com-
fortable top band, with span-
dex added, keeps them right in
place and avoids an ugly sock-
leg-trouser gap when a man'
So, throw out those old sock
ideas. And the socks, too. Old
ones will make cuffs for the
kids' snowsuits, puppets, or
cover-ups for cans; they're a
good place to store marbles
and rock collections. But they'll
never keep a man well-dressed.
And everyone knows that be-
ing well-dressed today is a
There Are Laws Which Apply to
Those Who Walk and 'Ride 'Bicycles
322 Monument Avenue
3 Iveryoc yU i %
Eii Landscaped lot, trees, FOR SALE: '62 Dolge. e ck, 4- WANTED: Good refrigerator fo,
oh te lake Como, south of speed transmission; s d rear Garden Center. Phone 227-3102.
Weatt.hk Large, like-new trai- I enad. Has been used to Svy obile
le deb awnihg. Karlene Owens, homes. Wayne Kelly,.Rt;. Box 72 NEED JOB as secretary. Secreta-
ial and clerical experience. .'
SFOR SALE: 8' cab" 'amn r. Gas 229-4656. 2ti4-9
FOR $LE:3 bedroom block house stove, lights, ice box. S eps 4. STOCK CLERK WANTED: M
'"a613.:iMarvin Ave. Air condition, David Rich, 229-2575 or 22b-4562. STOCK CLERK WANTED: Mal
lar pace heater, fenced yard. Experience helpful. Apply I
PhQhe 229-5301. 4tc-8-27 FOR SALE: Two refrigerators. One prs0n to David Rich at Rich.'
Frigidaire, one Admiral. Very HIA. ...
Fd.S; .*E: 3 bedroom block house good condition, $60.00 each. Call WANTED: Service station manager.
oad1th Street in Highland View. 653-3201. Must be high school graduate.
Sm down payment and balance ..... Se uome experience necessary. Refer'
like. Pone 2292486. tfc-8-20 FOR SALE: Medium size upright ences will be required. Above aver.
pi. Phone ano in excellent condition.' P. age salary plus commission. Must
FOk SAtE: 3 bedroom air condi- E. Forester. Phone 6484231. be ready to go to work September
tinned house, fenced back yard L 15. Phone,, write or apply in per-
60' well. Located at 1906 Cypress LADIES son to Vittum's Standard Servie
Av& For information call 229-5311 I am now servicing wigs and Station, 227-3056. Stc--27
or 129-6394. hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair r syn. NEED JOB: Restaurant, housekeep-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1309 thetic which you would like ing or taking care of children..5
Long Avenue. Phone 227-7181. to have service quickly at or 6 days a week. Phone 229-6138.
tfc-8-13 low prices ..tf. cfe-8-20
FOi SALE: 2;bedroom louse, block CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853 WANTED: Part -time secretary
and ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ stceU'capt nnai cn 0o_3rn.sn aeaaes
and stu carpet and air con.
ditioned. 5237th St. 227-3067. tfc
FOR SALE: 8' room house on two
lots. 1 corner lot and house fur-
nished. Across hwy. in front of
school in Wewahitchka. Mrs. Rosa
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments
and trailer space. Bo's Wimico
Lodge, White City. Phone 229-2410.
S L .. 'tfc-8-13
FOR RENT: Apartment. 510 8th
St. Phone Jean Ainold, 6484800.
FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot.
tages. Reasionble monthly rates.
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tf-8-13
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house, 1111 Garrison Ave In-
quire next door. Phone 229-4571.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment,
nicely furnished. Upstairs. Close
to town. Phone 229-4171. ltp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, downstairs. 522% Third
St. Phone 227-8642. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
703 16th St. Call 227-7636 after
4:00 p.m. tfc-9-10
TRAILER FOR RENT: Furnished
. with heater and air conditioned.
Would like to rent to couple or
single person. Can be seen at
White City. Call 229-2103. a
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom mobile
'home, furnished or unfurnished.
On St. Joe Beach. Phone 648-4351
or 648-4374. tfc-9-10
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom trailer, $300
equity and assume payments of
$60 per month, or $2800 cash. Call
229.4261 after 4:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment.
apartment. Phone 229-1361.
FOR SALE: 1963'Ford Econoline
van in good condition. New paint
inside and out. New seat covers.
Approximately 2,000 miles on re-
built engine. Giveaway away at $300.00.
Call John Maddox at 229-2056.
FOR AIR CONDITIONING and ap-
pliance repair call 229-323.
fI or church. Send name, addaoress,
THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your lo- phone number to box 266, Port St.
cal dealer for PHENTEX YARN Joe. tfc-9-S
has a large selection of yarn for
your knitting and crochet needs. REDUCE safe and fast with
We have m ift items at the Bese Tablets and BVap 'I
COTTAGE SOPPE4 red and white 1"V CAMPBEL'S DRUG. 8-2
building on Hiway 98, Beacon Hill. .-tr I CYW. taken d
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low 4down payment. Phone 227-
WE HAVE IN STQCK plenty bf cy-
'press lumber, 2x4 to' 2x12, nos.
1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 -mostly
no. 2.Pine lumber, paints hard-
ware and appliances. PRIDGEON
BUILDING SUPPLY,. Wewahitebh
Our Number Has Been Changed
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service ;
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cal
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2037
-RADIO and TV REPAIR
1319 McClellan Ave.
306 Reid Ave;
and removed or trimmed
U411 72 or U0 3 Apa6148l
in We wh dItch -end
Port St. Joe
Comfo "f Funeral Hohie
C. P. Etheredge
518 ThIrd Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 2294986 for Free Estimat
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 53, RAJL.
1st and 3rd Monday. All visiting
ROY BURCHI EL P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11f
THE AMERICAN LEGION, nmwtV
iLg second and fourth Tu
nights, 8:00 p.m. American MI lP
THERE WILL BE a oreguoa'A
Smunicaton of Port St JoeLo
No. Ill, F. & A. M., every fA
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN4, W.a
PERRY J. McFARIAN, Sty.
Looking for a car bargain.
THEN GET A LOAD OF THESE A
1 1970 Ford Galaxie 500
2 1970 L. aded LTD's
Low'Mileage Cars All loaded with extras for morp driving comrnfot sucFi,
as air conditioning, power 'rakes, s ering, etc.
ALL 3 2Oo0ff
SL Joe Motor Company
THE STAR, Pror St. Joe, Fl. 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970