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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the A lachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JO,. FLORIDA 32456 T,1 DAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1970
The seaech is on once ag
Port St. Joe's Junior Mis
, This contest, sponsored
Clol Port St. Joe Jayce
Miss" ( Saturday
gain for the pageant at the PortL -Joe for students and $1.25 for adults.
is. High School, Saturday, "Novem.- .Prizes. for the program Satur-
by'the ber 14th. Admis"iP is ,7cent (Continued To Page 12)
?es and. ///,
Myceettes, will culminate Sat- A" "'*//"" '* I I l *
uay,,Noyember 14th, when the hnRm '
ner is chosen at 8:00 p.m1. at .ich Iu Run irs0 .i .
Po&'St. Joe High SchooL*
eThe Ido. Junior Miss title is Strife In Prt 4 H choo 4 I reserve
ien .-to te high school senior ..
betW n the ages of 16 andpite ors .' but that th joyo cents .
who, es typifies the ideal D fesite 'rumors ade e ,sto.... but'that th "ajoriy"of) t'de-ts
eriJudg in-..the-cotr' this .wjeka xidoing inere. n^ i '': 1;
Joe gh Scho0o of, l to *ain ,ai4 harm i Ira eetha
S element,' and personal that s t. e. r o.m
w hite, .. tud en an 6rder
there will'b' elevenH we .ol4...s io. .".,
Itestn er competing for b npa ckWt b broken out _-_t County Commissioner Leo Ken- Courthouse. '
... petine afXaPi alb no. ay T oma
de of St. o Juimor S. -integratin of .*th l "Ithat only,! Ian ul of) de nedy approached the Board Tues- Wewah.a 'Mayor Thomas
e til' eve a ~ acceptedbetterthi, we.e invir ed iI the eide d day morning of this :week with McDaniel md City Cozanissioner
scho' p, prizes from local Wuthrich and Superl He offered, pralis for tfe majo. the proposition of replacing the Edward Bandjough 'ere also
rehanits,.a crown, trophy, and Marion Craig said that '' ity og the school body stating old wornt-out roof on the former present and stated thit the City
rip to'Pensala in February ittidents of both .co61 r that students standing near the Gulf Cointy Courthouqe and mak- of Wwahitchka would.be inter-
compete in.ithe state finals. the student'body of ne t ocedrranIrshqd'stopped them be- ing it a gift to the City of We- estedi theproposition. Kennedy
r'Thbi-iblic is invited to attend -, ilto s ,showingsoame fore faculty ould<-get-. to. the wahitchk. ha previous broached th ub-
.Wu- ri vh sai th n 'K Ktjecd' .thefore a W ewahitchka City
thih said'that eithr Kennedy pointed oft that the Board. meeting,, so they were not
it.. would have caused any County cannot properly care for completely unaware of his Thes-
eer among f ty in o the building without signing dy proposal before the County
ASH'A I u: EV J U e.He st',ed thatthe e 0tion personnel strictly forthat puW- :Bo"ad.
building to'the City. 6f 'Wewa- members were unaware of he
,k f. Re- S er'e d. ': caused, adult i elements to be pat- hitchka to use for thtr city of- proposal,. however. Chairman
S Lpn Avenue-Baptist rec s service. : '. traced to the school.. "For this fices. Walter Graham stated this wAs
'ur .announces reyival ser. The music during the reason we have secured the po The building is now bringing .the. first time he had heard such
es for their c ch Notetber meeting will be irete lice protection we have had for the county some rent from the a proposal aid he wouC like to
-esor. The guest mi-nister will be Kent Taylor, Mi.nier a the past few days this week". State .Welfare Servi bit the hhink abot;i the matter for a
stor-Evangelist', Dick McAllis- at the Cove Baipt .ist "" Wuthrichsaid, "Rumors to the rent payment$ and"e penses 'of while. Graham said he would .lso
of Slocumb, Alabama. The 'naa City. The ,evi contrary, all that. has bme- ut the building just abots equal. like, t k .some of thef cti-
verend McAllister 1. speak meets at 7:0.0 pa itahe r of the so-called integration ta~u-. Kennedys plan wod reserve ens of the county to ,get their
S.Su.nday, November 1 'at 1.:00 This series" of0 -vival l 'es' ble is one Split iP 1and a couple free office space in th. building feeling m the matter.
d 7:00 pm. Services, wi nsis o of shoving incidents. eahan, for future county use. he Cou- Both ComissiOners dy Pip
id nightly, io th ugh doctrinal e dle these minor incidents if out- ty now. operates Its mmodity pin and Silas Player said theq
jday, next week, at o0 p.m.. o iymns and gosp sidesdes will stay away." ,? food program from the o er knew of the proposal iid
bd ea 15 1f'i knew of thenproposa.r- .L
erer i be a 15 nihute pastor, Rev. J. C,'OdUWn '" t '
i id.e.ional per-d each +rn- thatt the public is'cq, v ''': 4 "' :... 4 .."",* ''4' *' :
00 am hi te itchi r A pw- 0' _4 to attend. a 'Be s 7" I S ri i A l .iJ
sp iphall for teen-agern i grades church nursery will eoobe. |: U17.,m1 7, III 1 U Ud FV J -U
S-. Reverend McAister wi'di- help 'care for small hi -, .
'" ""si "'.AA 'a "i '... 1 +" ."Port St. Joe Htih ft hol ll r hbra Schnelleit llfthinle.r. .IA
Made to Give Old
V u Wv %Al IN I HONlE
talked to several people about
the mpye, meeting favorable re-
sponse. Pippin, and Player asked
that Clerk of the Court George
Y. Core prepare a balance sheet
of income and expense ,for the
bt.ilding for them to study. bore
replied that he would du6 this but
pointed out there is much main-
tenanqe work performed on the
building by various departments
not charged to the building.
',Commissioner James McDan-
ielr said he felt a true concensus
of the people should be arrived at
through a referendum before
taking such amoye.,
,Commnisioner Pippin moved to
table i matter' untitil theCo-
*issione s could havelmore time
t) fee fl 't thi opinion of the
people, PIppi:n'D, itio carried.
The Old Fash.i d
Jack Sheffield -still likes his cane juice
fund" in the old fashioned way. Jack and' his
wufe, Cucille, grow their own cane at their home
on Woodward Avenue and grind their own juice.
Jack has bowed to modem ways in one respect.
He is shown above using, a power lawn mower to
pull the cane mill which he has erected in his back
yard. The mule is gone. Mrs. Sheffield is shown
feeding cane stalks into, the mill.
8th Grade-Carole Antley, Reg-
inald Barnes, Charles Branch,
Julie Collinsworth, Lowell Core,
Susie Garritt, Juanise Griffin,
Faye Harris, Debra Jones, Bruce
May, Rose Noble, Steve Parrish,
Mike Todd, Sandy Ward and
9th Grade-Martin Biggins, Ca-
therine Carlsten, Susan Carter,
Russell .Chason, Tavia Copenha-
ver, Gayla Davis, Donnie Dupree,
Benjy Gibson, Traci' Middleton,
Linda Mobley, Wendy Pitzl, Bar-
Henry Lilius, Port St. Joe mer-
chant was roughed up Friday
night in an attempted robbery.
Lilius' was accosted on Avenue
A from behind. He said a rag
was thrown over his face and
two men attempted to rob him.
Lilius said he managed to break
loose and get hold of a tire tool
which he used to beat off the
Lilius, himself, 'didn't escape
unharmed. He suffered several
bruises and a cut' on the right
side of his head.
Looking Like Christmas
It's beginning to look like Christmas in Port qt. Joe as CI
crews -began the work, this week, of putting up Chritmas decor
tions. "It's mighty early", said some, but a look at the calendc
shows that Christmas is six weeks from tomorrow. City street su
erintendent Dot Hadden said that all decorations will be up as
working by Thanksgiving. In the photo above, Z. W. Jones hatc
up a display to Mansfield Gainer to erect on a streetlight pole I
downtown Port St. Joe. --Star phot
Sharks Make It eight Wins In A Row Against Marianna Friday
;~~~ A Ro ''A'.^" -.* *' F Way
In what has practically become
a -patented finish for the Sharks
quarterback Chuck Roberts toss-
ed a five yard pass to Kloskia
Lowery in the end zone with sev-
en seconds left on the clock Fri--
daynight, to defeat the Marianna
The Sharks were trailing 20-16
with-only a minute, thirty-nine
seconds left when the Sharks got
theball on.their own 11 yard
line. Roberts let fly with a bomb
to Perry Atkison, who made it all
the way to the Bulldog 11, cov-
ering 74 yards before he was
hauliWdpwn. Roberts then threw
to Hddie Holland on the five,
and on third down, hit Lowery in,-' them on the' scoreboard twice in
the end zone. the second period, giving the
SHARKS SCORE FIRST. .'dogs a 14-8 halftime lead.
at the opening of the game, and"':'. With seven minutes left in the
matched all the way down thie alf Bulldog quarterback Terry
field where Langton ran ox passed. the 'dogs to the four
from the six and Shackle The Sharks took the kick-off
bulled over with the two point ard line where Marvin Couch
conversion, totake an early h went over for the touchdown.
point lead. .-' .Cox ran across the two point con-
The Bulldogs threatened late::erio tying the score.
in the period, but Langston broke ro i t score.
up the Bulldog threat witho Iaw-: DOGS LEAD AT HALF
intercepted pass on the 10 yard -" Late in the second period, Cox
line. tossed a 12 yard pass to Gary
The Bulldogs highly respect a: Cowen who scored, putting the
passing game was muffled by- Bulldogs ahead 14-8 at halftime.
Shark defenders, but still it put -- On the first play of the third
quarter, Langston fielded. the
Bulldog kick and was injured on
the first play, leaving the game
with bruised ribs and was lost to
the Sharks for the rest of the
The Sharks fought desperately
in the opening of the second half
having their backs to the wall
and the Bulldogs in the Shark
end of the field. Kloskia Lowery
broke up a Bulldog drive, knock-
ing down a fourth, down pass
deep in Shark territory. .'
Then Archie Shackleford, Da-
vid Britt, Chuck Roberts and Per-
ry Atkison began to carry and
pass the ball behind sonme superb
defense by the entire Shark line.
Runs by Shackleford and
Britt and passes to Britt and At-
kison moved the Sharks from
their own 30 yard line to the
Bulldog 1 in four plays, where
Roberts dove over for the score.
Roberts went around end for the
two point conversion to give the
Sharks the lead once more, 16-14.
With five minutes left in the
game, the Sharks had stalled the
Bulldogs 18 yards from paydirt,
but on fourth down, Cox drilled
one up the middle to James Roul-
hac in the end zone to take the
lead, once more, away from the
Then came the last second sec-
ond heroics with the Sharks once
more pulling a close one out of
NOBLES 'BACK of WEEK'
Rodney Nobles was the Shark
big gun on defense with 15 tack-
lesiand four assists which earned
him the designation of their Big
Bend Back of the Week. Mike
Wimberly played his usually
hard-nosed game racking up 11
tackles with two assists.
Quarterback Chuck Roberts
received honorable mention as
Back of the Week for his per-
formance Friday night.
First Downs -1----- 14
Rushing Yardage 198 14
Passing Yardage -- 157 3
Passes 10-21 3-1
Intercepted by -- 1 --
Punts 2-33 4-3
Yards Penalized ---- 80 7
Score by quarters:
Pert St. Joe ._ 8 0 8 6-2
Marianna __e 0 14 0 6-2
Tomorrow night the Shark
will close out their regular sea
son at home against big an<
tough Quincy Shanks who hay
seven wins and one loss.
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AGE tI sTAR, Prt t. Jo, PIq. 3 THURSDAY, NOVEL 12, 1970
Saturday night, Port St. Joe's Jaycees select the
Junior Miss who will represent the city in state competition
held later in Pensacola. The Jaycees and their auxiliary
the Jayceettes have done a very good job in past years
-presenting this pageant and making good selections fro" .
the bevy of beauties who participate. ,:
We. think it appropriate that this is not merely a
beauty pageant. As a matter of fact, beauty, as pleasant
as it is to look at, plays only'a superfcial. role in selecting
the Junior Miss candidate on local, state, and .national
levels. Such attributes as freshness, courtesy, manners,
enthusiasm for life, an ability tbo nspire others, natural
*beauty, youthful confidence and, a sense of respect and
humility< ar' the -main points of emphasis. .
With attributes such 'as these, a girl would be a win-
S Writing these few words concerning thd Junigr Miss
Soontest reminds us of something a group of South Caro-
lina young people did the other day which we find en-
couraging. They showed that the "wor. m is turning" in
the organized and systematic- campaign currently under
SWay to demoralize our youth and inflict the morals of ani-
mals on their everyday lives. '
-Jae Fbnda was ,peaking toa group of students at a,
South Carolina university the other day.' She was foam-
ing at the mouth' and raniting and raving about the "oppres-
sive system" that. is "trying to make slaves of everyone in
these United States". Of' course, we have our own opin-
ioun about' that. We belieVe the 'move is truly in operation
to make us slaves, butthe movement is .fostered, nurtured
Aiad 'priomulgated by peoplee like Miss Fonda,: rather than
by ,our, Democratic 'system. ,-
Miss' Fnda"and her ilk would have us thr6w every-
"/thig' aside our forefathers have worked for in providing
."- /.,., -- ;* .^ /" -."" .._ ,. ,.; ..*... "
ner in any walk of life except the drop-out, cop-out
A Junior Miss is also unaffected, immaculate, delicate,
sincere, wholesome, accepts responsibility, graceful and
interested in continuing- her, education for. thi sake of
herfuture family. ..
There'are o any in our community who fit jhese cri-
teria who will never, enter a Junior Miss contest. The
fact that there is. national 'competition emphasizing these
qualities, sponsored by the Jaycees, speaks well for that
Again, we find it refreshing that attention will be
called on a nation-wide basis, to our young, responsible
young ladies as a reminder.that by and large, our country
is made up of this wholesome type youth.
the basis and foundation for the best life on this earth to-
day. She, in short, preaches anarchism.
Getting-back to the story; most of those 3,000 plus
students listening to the so-called actress, got up and walk-
ed out in the.middle of her speech... We offer our hearty
congratulations to those who would dare to oppose, pub-
licly what such as Miss Fonda preaches. There has been
too little of this in the past, mainly, we .think, because
the great majority of .our youth are too polite to get up
and walk out in the middle of the program, even though
they disagreed with it.
Courtesy is a fine thing and we believe in it. But,
a, few demonstrations of walking out on these diatribes
against our country will probably do more to phase out the
movement than all the laws, the words of editorial or the
speeches of Spiro Agnew will ever do.. .
Another thing concerning Miss. Fonda; i".e are ex-
ceeding glad we don't have a daughter like her.
"Powder Puff Mechanics", a
short course on car care for the
woman driver, and "Basic Photo-
graphy", being offered for the first
time in several years, will be of.
fered at Gulf Coast Junior College
next week as community service
"Powder- Puff Mechanics" will
begin at 7 p.m. in Room 104 of the
Technology Building, begin-
ning Wednesday, November 11. It
will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. each
Wednesday evening through Wed-
nesday, December 9, and will be
taught by Herman Spering, a gra.
duate of the University of West
Florida with a B. S. degree in in-
The course, which carries a fee
of $6.00, covers such topics as car
service and care, city driving, tire
and gasoline economy, emergen-
cies, car buying, insurance, renting,
safe driving, licensing and inspec-
tions. The course is co-sponsored by
Phillips Petroleum Company.
"Basic Photography" will begin
at.7 p.mn. Thursday, November 12,
in Room 12 pf the-Fie Arts Build-
ing, w*ili f a rozn' 7 'to Gi p.m.
each Thursdiy Iifrofigh 'Thursday,
Y ituary1,it ,the exception of
'Participants in the course, which
carries a fee of $12.00, are asked
to have a 35 mm or 120 reflex dam-
era with shutter speeds aind. F
stops, with flash and a light meter
Instructor for the, course will be
T/Sgt. James,R. Brown, supervisor
of the base photo lab at Tyndall
Air Force Base. He has served as
chief photographer for the "Pacific
Stars and Stripes" and, has taught
photography at the Air Force
School of Photography in Denver,
For'further information, contact
Dean Herb Good at Gulf Coast.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
At the last County Commission meeting, held two weeks ago,
the County Board became upset over the state of condition of the
roof on the old Courthouse building in Wewahitchka. The Board
also had received numerous complaints from' Wewahitchka citizens
concerning the appearance of the yard, which had grown up in
grass and weeds and the shrubbery shaggy.
The roof of the building has needed replacing for at least 10
years, but it hasn't, been done because replacement will cost some
$7,000 to $8,000. The roof is no longer patch-able and must now
be replaced to stop the flow of water at every iain.
After the, meeting was over we remarked to a couple of the
Commissioners that, in our opinion the best thing the County could
do about the old Courthouse would be to go to the expense of replac-
ing the roof, then give the building to the City of Wewahitchka to
use for a City Hall, reserving free rent for the County commodity
program now using a small portion of the building. This would
provide Wewahitchka with a needed City Hall (since they are hav-
ing major problems with their old building) and also relieve the
County of a continuing liability for the old building.
We noticed in last week's Gulf County Breeze, where Commis-
sioner Leo Kennedy took the suggestion seriously enough to present
the idea to the Wewahitchka City Commission last Tuesday night
for their thoughts in the matter ....
We'hope the move is accomplished, since it will help both the
County budget and the City of Wewahitchka. .
ii yoiu folks don't mind, I'd like.to take a few inches here to
write to my brother-in-law, George Francour, up in St. Paul, Minne-
Nearly 15 years ago you informed us that you were taking your
family and, moving back to the Michigan-Minnesota area from
which you came. You told us how much you liked that Northern
cold and how you just couldn't get acclimatized to our Southern
balmy atmosphere. All that snow and iee isn't exactly our cup of
hot chocolate, but not everyone likes the same kind of climate.
I understand 'all that.
What I can't understand, is, if you and all the others who
live up near that' Canadian Arctic Air like it so much, why are
you shipping it South, to us, so early in the season? Have you
grown tired of snow, ice, sleet and freezing your tail off? We ex-
pect you to ship us a little ice and a few cold breezes in January,
February and early March, but in October, we expect our normal
balmy atmosphere that makes a person want to get outside.
Please make up your mind. Either stay up North or move
down South again, but quit sending us your gook until it is due.
Things were sad in Port St. Joe last week for many people.
Several were taking a ribbing over the defeat of Governor Claude
Kirk, but, by and large, these were taking the defeat in stride. For
the most part, this group was accustomed to backing a losing cause
and this one more was just taken in stride.
The humiliating loss of the Gators to Auburn had a completely
different kind of mourning going on, however. This mourning
group was inconsoleable. The only advice or consolation we can
offer is that they assume the attitude of the Kirk people .
Gayle Richards "Calendar irl"
A YEAR.OF BEAUTY-These 12 Auburn University Co-eds will be
featured as Calendar Girls during the next year. They were selected
by judges at a pageant sponsored by the Auburn Union. Front
row fromj.eft: Ceila Akin, Montgomery; DiAnna Ford, Phenix City;
Betsy Taylor, Auburn; Gayle Richards, Port St. Joe; Debbie Jetton,
Published Every Thursday at 306 William Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By Tihe Star Publlshilng Company
W z 1 R. RAMSE Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, P1f
Reader,. Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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o P o POuT ST. JOE, FLOmDA 82456
oatered as second-das matter, December 19, 1987, at the Poatottle, Port St. Joe,
Morlda, under Act of Marqh .8 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY' PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, P AO SIX MOB., A.73 THREE MOB., 1270O
OUT OF COUNTY .- One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year. $3.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In cas of error or ommissions in advertisements; 'tht pu.bshW
toe not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for sdeh
sadveensempe o .
The spoken word Is given scant attention, the printed word I thoghtully
eihed. The spoken word barely assortse; the printed word tou son.
ibeM. The upohea word Ia lost; the prlutd word realm..
....' w N I --- PIM M~ n~hIIIIIII
Wetumpka; Jane Sinback, Mobile. Back row: Margaret Yeargan,-
Montgomery; Freita Fuller, Opelika; Margaret Jensen, Coral Ga-
bles; Eugenia Reames, Tallassee; Barbara Nettles, Decatur and
Babs Welch, Birmingham.
are that during the last half of this
Floridians year, improved business conditions
Orlod~ iaRS will boost the total to close to $24.6
Itlnme Up Personal income includes wages,
salaries, rents, dividends, and all
The personal income of Floridi- forms of retirement plus welfare
ans is running this year at an an- payments.
nual rate of 10 per cent over 1969, ,mDuring the past three years the
Ronald S. Spencer, Jr., executive total personal income of Floridians
vice president of the Florida State has moved up about 2.9 per cent
Chamber of Commerce reported each quarter of the year. The latest
yesterday. available report shows the second
quarter this yeaf at 4.1 per cent
"Official reports through the se- over the first quarter which, in
cond quarter this year show that turn, showed a very slight loss.
the. gain in the personal income of "Three factors involved in the
Floridians is the largest of any level of Floridians this year are a
of the states of comparable size and 7 per cent decrease in the value of
that the national average increase farm receipts during the first half
was 8 per cent," Spencer said. of the year on the one hand and
The state chamber's Weekly gains in wages and salaries and in
Business Review places Floridians' social security payments. The plus
personal incomes at a total of $24. factors will in all probability more
2 billion for the full year as indi- than cancel out adverse factors by
cated at the midyear level. Chances year end," Spencer added.
OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov. 12, 13, 14
Fresh Georgia Grade 'A' Limit 4 with $7.00 Order or More
WHOLE FRYERS Ib. 23c
1 Lb. Box Fireside M'ix or Match--4 For Fresh Florida
Scaltine Crackers ORANGES doz. 39c
No. 2/2 Can Showboat U. S. No. 1
PORK and BEANS IRISH 'POTATOES ------... 10 bs. 49c
No. 2y/ can Ga. Boy EAN Our Value, 12 Oz. 5 FOR
P'E ACHES C TOMATO CATSUP 9
No. 303 can Argo 9 No. 303 Can Lindy B y
GREEN I MAS Cream Style CORN -_
Georgia Grade "A"
2 Pound Bag Full Cut
Yellow ONIONS --bag 29c Round Steak ------lb. 99c
Fresh Ground With $7.00 Order Whole
Hamburger -- 3 lbs. $1.39 Rump Roast ------b. 79c
Fresh 1st Cut Center Cut Pork NECK BONES or
Pork Chops lb. 49c lb. 79c PIG TAILS ------4 Ibs. 99c
Blade Cut Boston Butt
Chuck Roast ------l Ib. 47c Pork Roast -------b. 49c
Fresh or Cured --9 to 12 Lb. Avg. ',"H
HAMS G lb.59c
THB STAR, Pert St. Joe. PlkwT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1970
Wood Denmand Set Holiday Jobs Can Affect Socia
D oudle B y Y ear 2 o the approximately 3,900,000 As a practical matter, there is basis. And since there's no re-
S' children and students receiving so- unlikely to be a large reduction in duction in benefits for any month
What are bur children going to. West Florida and 0o parts of cial security benefits, many will benefits to students with part-time in which earnings are $140 or less,
What are our children going to West Florida and take jobs during the holidays. The jobs during the holidays and sum- workers in holiday and summer
do for wood to make tomorrow's the South. em amount and duration of their earn- mer jobs. Even if total earnings jobs probably will get full benefits
randuets? This question may seem Taking this idea a-step further, ings can have an important effect exceed $1,680, benefits are cut by for most months of the year.
wtranere over 3ingout of every 4 acres highways, shopping centers, etc. on their benefits, James C. Robin- only $1 for every $2 of earnings What should a student do who
,aere over 8 ouest of every 4 ar Also, large areas of potential wood- son, Social Security Manager in between $1,080 and $2,880. Only finds that his earnings are likely to
are classified as forest now. Weee land are being cleared and planted Panama City pointed out. for earnings above $2,880 are bene- top $1,680 for the year? He should
acre-after acre t rees everywhere. to crops such as corn and soybeans. The two rules to recognize, says fits reduced on a dollar-for-dollar get in touch' with his nearest so-
Sindeed it would seem like a This reduction in acreage of woods Robinson, are these: (1) If total --
out of place" question. plus the tremendous demand in earnings for the year part-time 1.
Before dismissing this question, just a few years in the future makes seasonal as well as a job from last Maclay Gardens Near Tallahassee,
let's seriously brook at the tree sit- the problem more serious. summer are more than $1,680,
nation as it relates: to tomorrow's benefits for the year are reduced,
wood crop. The West Florida Reo- One more step shows that in ad-(2) gardless of total earnings S Bee Opened Early This Year
source Conservation and Develop- dition tothe reduction of forest however, you can receive the full
source Conservation and Develop- :nefit in any mon t i
me &D) project area seem acreage is the facing t th y could. benefit in any month in which you Tallahassee- An earlier than cents for students. Children under
have an adequate supply ofraw e a areas must be improvedsf earn no more than $140. usual opening other gardens at Al- six are admitted free.
wood today to furnish the paper, they are to share in tomorrow's fred B. Maclay Gardens State Park The Alfred B. Maclay House, now
lumbet, plywood and other wood I north of the capital city was an- a museum, is not open at present,
products which we use. However, wood. A| A nounced today by Randolph Hod- but will be opened after the first
predictions are that this 'country Facts reveal that over 8,000 po- l W ges, executive director of the De- of the year. Visitors may view the
will need more than 2 times the ple dwn forest land in the West apartment of National Resources. house and gardens at one admission
wood in the year 2000 than is need- Florida RC&D project area. These NOTICE Hodges said the gardens were price.
ed to supply it today. Most of this are mostly small holdings averag- The following described automo- opened thisiweek to allow visitors The gardens, famed throughout
increase must come from areas like ing less than 150 acres each. These biles and truck will be sold at pub- to view early 'flowering of the the South for the outstanding col-
people need to plant almost 250,000 li auction as provided for by park's camellias now just starting -lections of camellias and azaleas,
acres to desirable trees,. such as Chapter 70-89, amending Section to bloom. have a peak blooming season from
I 0, pine, within the next ten years. 85.031(3) Florida Statutes., at No charge is made for visiting Januaw to April. The recreation
*** ." S They i also need to do some stand 12:00 o'clock noon, E.S.T., Novem- the gardens until after the first of area has picnicking facilities over-
improvement on almost one-half of ber 16, 1970, at the St. Joe Motor the year. Beginning January 1 ad- looking Lake Hall. The park is open
These "e b tbe remaining forest land they own. Co., located at 322 Monument Ave- mission is $1:00 for adults and 50 from 8 a.m. to rundown.
S .ntse are s|. 'l hue, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Danger o w I So it would seem that each land 1956 For d.
Readn owner with woodland or potential 1963 Chevrolet Tudor_
eadn s woodland has a job ':ta-.do in the 1960 Cadillae
for Batteries next few years. Trees make excel- 1964 Chevrolet Tudor
*.. 32 lent land use. Labor requirements 195 Dart Tudor
.** .e to grow these trees are compara- 1965 Barracuda
| **" .|S> tively low. Income can be high con- 1964 Plymouth
**** ; sidering investment and labor re- 191 Ford Econoline Truck
What hot weather starts, col quirements. Then we must consider 1963 Mercury
weather finishes both extremes the thought that we would like our 1966 Pontiac Convertible
drain battery power. But before children to have the same plentiful ______-
you fill the air with electrifying wood products that we enjoy. So IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
athsu setae us fora hre.. shuof instead of thinking of the strange FOURTEEN U CIAL
We'll find the real trouble, wvth. question, let's think of trees for CIRCUIT OF THE STATE .
out obligation. the future. OF FLORIDA, IN AND FORg
I .'" '*I GULF COUNTY
I, batfe _robbIe. s Where to go for assistance? The MARY DOSTLADIES NYLON MICRO-
y-d recoimen the Soil Conservation Forecter would Plaintiff MESH SEAMLESS
fnest NAPA bat- --VS P
madeaander can make plans for the next forest for Defendant P A N TY
provq iL our children. NOTICE TO DEFEND
___ TTO: Ronald Howard Drost, whose
last known address and/or resi- "
| ST. JOE AITO CLASSIFIED ADS dence is 1508 Maplewood Drive,
Macon, Georgia 31204
v- member, A. D., 1970, you, Ronald
Giant Reforsal Howard Drost, are required to serve
upon William E. Harris of the law
.^ ^ ^ *. *, firm of Davenport, Johnston and' ourreg.$ 9 $ .29 :
Harris, 406 Magnolia Avenue, Pan- our eg. 1.29
ama City, Florida, a copy of an an- Save 304 on.these
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCn H swer to the complaint for divorce 1st quality panty
FIRS AP T IT C H. R Hfiled against you by the Plaintiff hose. Nude heel. j..
herein and to file the original of i. belge, taupe
Corner Third St. aF.l Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor said answer or defensive pleading ospicetone.
in theoffice of the Clerk of the 8I-A-T-XT. I
Circuit Court, Gulf County, Florida.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. : ,HEREIN FAIL NOT or Default
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE 11,-00 .M. Judgment will be entered against our reg. $1.25
MORNING WORSHIP SERVCE ...... you for therelief prayed for in the LADIES NORU
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M. complaint ACETATE ICOT PANTIES
EVENING'WORSHIP SERVICE ------ 7:30-P.MWITNESS my hand and official ACETA E ICOTPANTIES
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 7:30 PM. seal of said Court, this 20th day 3 /9 7c
PiRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M. of October, 1970. 9
GEORGE Y. CORE,-1
"Come and Worship God With Us" Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
MENS KNIT & SPORTS SHIRT Si
SSanta Claus FATASTC SPORT
Will Be In Our Store to Take Up Christmas our reg.
Lists and Visit With the Kids $2.99 ea.
Tues and W ed. I tapered fit.
plalds and stripes
November 17 and 18 MENS
6:00 to 9:00 PM r$
UMr to D our ret. $
Bring Your Shopping Lists and Visit with V-neck or
Santa. Free GIfts With $20.00 Purchase virgin ac
Big Wheels $11.O0 t Oo. $12.8
4 ,, with 100% insult
ALL FL00R MERCHANDISE AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY COWBOY
I Our reg. $12.88
Shop by phone or stop in our store I o -1
S JR. BOYSJACKETS
227-2201 -227-2291 8
IT'S EASY TO
Various styles of hooded Jackets in
ea O ERDE BY PDONE TRYV IT! g nylon or corduroy, 3-7. Great value at
S S ORDER BY PHONE TRY'ITour regular price, terrific at our sale
410 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Floridaprice
cial security office, says Robinson,
and get a form to report his ex-
pected earnings. Benefits will be
reduced for the short period that
his earnings are relatively high.
If he fails to do this, Robinson
emphasized, he will have to make
Autumn Weather Increases Hazards
Of 'Driving "See and be Seen"
TALLAHASSEE "See and be shields and windows making cer-
seen?' was the advice given today tain that visibility is clear before
by the Florida Highway Patrol to moving the vehicle because "un-
motorists as autumn weather in- seen danger can be fatal."
creases the hazards of driving. The Patrol director reminded
Colonel Reid Clifton, director of drivers that Florida law requires
the Patrol said, "Fog and dew re- the use of low beam headlights in
stricts the vision of drivers, and fog, smoke and rain which helps
the ability to see danger is the first other drivers see you when visibi-
defense against traffic accidents. lity is reduced.
When your ability to see the high-.1 Clifton concluded by saying,
way and other vehicles is reduced "Should the fog become dense
you should avoid driving until the enough to require drivers to stop,
problem is corrected." pull off the roadway clear of the
Clifton urged drivers to. rinse paved surface which will help pre-
early morning dew from wind- vent rear-end collisions."
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR -
an adjustment after the end of the
year. And this could nurn out to
be more of a hardship to the stu-
dent than keeping earnings and
benefits in proper balance as he
The social security office for
this area is located at 1316 Har-
rison Ave. The phone number is
763-5331, and the office is open
Monday through Friday from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on nation-
PAGE THP STAR.P.t IL J* oi. 2 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1970
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RTiAR ITT I-
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- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
LARSEN'S --No. 303 Cans*
IGA SLICED No. 303 Cans
IGA MED. SMALL EARLY JUN No. 303 Cans
4 an 69c
Half Gal. 29 c
FOOD SAVER 100 Ft. Roll
GEORGIA GRADE "A" With $15.00 Order or More
1 Doz. EGGS..FREE
Tablerite Beef Steak
IGA DELUXE With $10.00
Order -- 1 Pound Can
BOUNTY PAPER Big Rolls
Radishes ,. bag | j J
Slaw Cabbahuge Ib. k l ,
TURNIPS, MUSTARD, COLLARDS
Fresh Garden Greens
Florida Home Grown
Florida Florida Juicy
AVACADOS -_ ea. 19c CELERY -- stalk 19c
FRESH GREEN PEPPERS ----bag 23c
KRAF MIRACLE 6-STICK
IGA SALTINE Lb. Box
Campbell Cream of Chicken No. 1 Cans
Pream Coffee 20 Oz. Jar
Georgia Grade, "A" MEDIUM
Gerber Strained BABY- Reg. Jars
Food 5 Jars 59c
IGA CONCENTRATED ORANGE- 12 Oz. Cans
I I I a P I
Sausage lb. 39c
3 L3. CAN MORREL PRIDE
HAMS an $2.88
MORREL PRIDE CORNED BEEF
..... .... -.
It's "resh Fobd Values Week at ," .
IGAI When it. comes to vitamins
and nutrition, there's, no substitute TABLERITE FULL CUT ROUND
for fresh fruits and vegetable...
no substitute for their fresh flavor
either. You get the best of both at 1b. 98c
IGA where quality is tops and
prices arelower. TABLERITE BEEF STEAK
T Sirloin lIb. $1.18
TABLERITE BEEF CUBE
SSteak lb. $1.28
TABLERITE BRISKET BEEF
Stew 4 Lbs 88c
TABLERITE LEAN GROUND
Chuck Ib. 88c
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Alka Seltzer Plus
(Reg. 98c Value)
Package of 20
NOV. 11, 12, 13, 14
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S- NOT STAMPS
88 Oz. Jar Southern Choice With $10.00 Order
O I L jar 78C
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RC-H ----- lb. pkg.
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Meats, Freshest Produce. Save Cash, not
Stamps. It's the total that counts. Your
business is appreciated at the friendliest
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Plorldm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1970 PAGE FIV
Beaches Fish Fry
Draws Big Response
The Beaches Volunteer Fire De-
aprtment wishes to thank all who
Sp cipated in the free fish fry
held November 9 at the boat stor-
age marina on Mexico Beach. Over
........U 'N, 250 plates were served and it was
_____considered a great success.
On Lanes 1 and'2 Fla. Nat'l. Bank St. Toe Furniture--- 20 16 Special thanks goes to business-
won three out of four games from Williams Alley Kats -- 16 20 men of St.Boe Beach, Beacon Hill,
St. Joe Furniture. Eula Dickey had Swatts Motor Co. ------15 21 Mexico Beach and Overstreet. Fea-
high game of 177 and Lois Smith .Basic Inc. 6 30 t speaker was William sso. -
high seriesof 454. Dot Hamm bowl- A N.. Iailroad'- 0 36 gent, Bay County remain's Asstru
ed highlgame of 142 and high series ion w held a brief instruct
for 412. On Lanes 3 and'4 St. Joe Gulf County Men's League tonal period
Stevedores took all four games Bowlers again went into action
from A i. Railroad. Melba Barbee Monday and made very few changes Oil was Jerry Colvin with a 496.
rolled tie big game of 161 and high in the standings as it went as fol. Campbell's Drugs continued to
series for 484. Judy Barbee and lows: roll as they downed 13 ivcile Oyster
Loyce Beaman both picked up the On Janes 1 and 2, Shirt and Tro.. Company three to one. Bob Hea-
5-10 split. Marguerite Scheffer had phy Center split with Kollock's cock led Campbell's again with a
high game of 147 and high series Cleaners each taking two points. 548 series helped by teammate
for 416. St. Joe Kraft won four Shirt and Trophy was led by 0. D. Ralph Ward with a 504. Wayne
games from Sasic on Lanes 5 and 6. Strickland's 556 seizes and 206 Ward topped his teammates for
Evelyn Smith bowled the big game game, aided by Robert Montgom- 13 Mile with a 566 series and 210
of 242 and high series for 549. She very's 517 series,,and 212 game. Pol. game.
also picked up the 3.7-10 split. Good lock's was led by Leon Pollock with
bowling Ev n Ellen Sidwell boi his 1ne 545 series ard 223 game. Stahtlins W L
ed high game of 126 and high series -Lanes 3 and 4 had Costin's and Costin's 25 11
tor 352. Jan Cumbie also had a 352 Team No. 1 doing battle as Costin's Campbells Drugs --..... 24% 11 A,
kerileg,:Swatts ,MMtrO C~o.won three iamee outl the victor with 'three i ,q-WqOyste C;o. 21 15
6uVt'i6. Etr from Williams' Alley p61fits.BillBarlow' againled Cos. Shirt, and ~rphy 18 17%
Kats. Patsy Cooley had high.game tin's with a 505 while Team No. 1 Basic Magnesia -------...... 16
of 148 and high series for' 414. *as paced by Bolb Bramtoni-with a Pollocq qleaners ... 15 21
Eleanor WilliamnbOWled a 173 high 471. '-. He Oil Co ...------- 14% 21h
"gaei aid 42'high series.: ta's 6 a 6 saw'Hess Osnk s*Team No. 1 9 27
TEkAMSTANDINGS W L fdrthe= down as Basik' Magnesia .. ..-__
St. Joe Ert ft" :_ .: 32 4 took there and a hilf pointl.'Billy CLASSIFIED ADS,...
Fla. Nat. Bink:L--....- 28 8J6oeRli~iaMdsAled Baslic to.itory' Midget Invesmentsm with
St. Joe Stevedores ..----27 with a 502 series. Top manrforiless- lant R Iwnl ,
Tres Kirkland enjoyed his birthday party with friends Satr
urday afternoon, November 7, at the home of his grandparents,
Mr. and lMrs. R. F. Maxwell, Jr. Tres is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Kirkland, Jr.
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All new distinctively designed integral escutcheon with front
mounted color' controls featuring the new Zenith Color Com-
Completely Washable Royal Spun 2 Yr. Guarantee
Electric Blanket 16.95
Also'Available In Queei iand King Size
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Gleaming white porcelain
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Dresser, Mirror and Bed SOFA and MATCHING CHAIR .
Bedroom Suite $99.00 Sofa Bed Sute $119.: o
Hotel-Motel Special by Jamison .- Combination. GUN CABINET and
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EXTENSION TABLE and FOUR CHAIRS
5-Piece DINETTE SUITE---only $49.00
Tired of what the kids call SOS meaning "same old stuff"]
Then try this Mix a sweet batter flavored with cardamom and
chopped almonds. Dip pineapple and banana chunks in the mix.
ture and deep fry.
S To insure crispy, golden fritters every time, follow these few
rules. Have fat at the proper teniperature fat too hot will
bum food on the outside before the inside has cooked through.
If the fat is too low a temperature, fritters will brown
poorly and become grease ,soaked. Turn fritters only once in
cooking and add only a few at a time so fat maintains'a con-
Fritters are amazingly easy to prepare. The use of self-rising
flour in the muffin-like batter saves measuring and mixing steps.
It also guarantees a measure.of good nutrition. Enrichment
provides baked goods with B-vitamins thiamine, niacin and
riboflavin plus the' minerals, calcium and Iron.
BANANA AND PINEAPPLE FRITERS
10 pineapple fritters and
: 10 basna fritters
cups enriched self-risng. 1 egg, beaten
flour* to 11/4 eups milk
1/3 cup sugar : can (1 Ib. 4 oC.) pine-
~1/9-tpoo ge AIapple slices, welldrained
c/damom 2 fiAm bananas, peeled and
cardamom cut into 11/-inch pieces
1/4. cup finely chopped Fat for deep ting
almonds 1/2 cup sga *
S stir together Sou, 1/8 cp sugar and cardamom. Mix in
almonds. ,lend,;togethe ; egg and 1 cup milk. Add liquid all at
once to or iture, stirring until well blended. If necessary,
istr in more milk to make a medium-thick batter. Dip pineapple
slices and banana pieces, one at atime, Into batter, turning to
coat completely. Fry in preheated 3/* fat until golden brown,
turning once. Drain thoroughly on absorbent paper. Measure
1/2 cup sugar into paper bag, Add fritters, one or two at a time,
and shake gently to coat. Serve warm.'
'*soon flour into dx'y measuring cup; level.- Do not scoop.
'Otricles, they say, avoid problems by
burying their heads in the sand.
Well, as we all know, that doesn't make
problems go away. And as we are also all too
awarethis old world's got a few problems.
But perhaps the biggest problem of all,
'these days, at the base of all'problems, is \
the growing Insensitivity of people.to other
p 0ople. l e..
Maybe we're numbed by 'events b'ing
brought so close by "instant communica,
tlion ." Maybe it's the almost overwhelming
burden of anxiety of our times. Whatever it
Is, we've got to find something again. And
Something called Love.
God's love for us. And our need to love ,Jl
.Easy tosay. 'Not so easy to do.
That'swhy we've prepared a booklet called
"How One Town Put Its Faith To Work."
It's free. And it shows how people of good-
will can work with other people of goodwill
to make things happen. The very things
about which you've probably been saying,
"Why doesn't somebody do somethingIl"
If you're.the kind of person who knows the
world can be better, you're the kind of per-
son.who will send for it.
--" Our ,ove-Your-Neighbor Coupon. --i
Religion In Ameridan Life.
475 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017
Please send me your free booklet that
describes howsomeconcernedpeople dis-
covered how to Ii.e their Faith, and howit
started a chain reaction in their community.
I--_- -- --
.. *" dvetisinyg iohtributed for the p-ublic god
** ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -T --^ .a- -- c-,;;..-.,.- -. a--.--- ;;.-;-.;, ^.
THE STAR, Port St. oo.
S' .. ; *
S.i, dishes edltric Ward
;.Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
' Sigmha Phi helped to-. finalize
I plnsrthI d.week ora new-pedia-
.:r*ic Ward at theiMunicipal Hos- .
pital. The ..Soroit'purchased.a
Shocking lir[' ll' H lte and
S3Birs, smalln toys and.books to ,.
' he*lfuiinsh the ioomin. The mem-
bers also made the curtains while
their sponsor, irs.. Eloise Curry
.donatedtwo.pictures featuring a
juvenile mood. ..
Present to'complete the room,
in the photd above, were, from
left: Mrs. Dot Williams, Mrs. Bar-
bara Brogdon, Mrs. Eleanor Blatd,
krs. Car6n Culpepper,.and Mrs.
Julia Morris. Acepting. the pre-
sentation was Miss Mnerya Me-
Lne, g pital.' Adiliistrator,
Looking o;i iisl s. Carolyn DaW-'
son, whose son, Mike, was a pa-
tient in thd new ward at the time
of the presentation. -Star photo
Beta Sigma Phi
Forces In Project
tOctober was a bewitching month
for the members of Eta Upsilon
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The
first meeting of the month was
held jointly with the -Xi Epsilon
Kappa Chapter .at the Florida Na-
tional Bank building., Guest speak-
eo for the evening 'was Dr. Susan
Cjonley, the new doctor for the Gulf
County Guidance ,Clinic.
A jqint fish fry was held atthe
home of Mrs. Dewey Patterson and
; good time was enjoyed by every-
one. After a delicious meal, fun
and games were enjoyed.
The second' meeting" of the
month was held at the home of
Mrs. Julia Mo ris. Plans were com-
pleted for October rushing. Mrs.
Morris also told the girls of the
service project of furnishing the
new Pediatric Ward at the hospi-
t#L This was met with an enthus-
iastic reception and plans were be-
'The October rush party was held.
at the Florida Power Lounge and
a Hallowe'en theme was carried
out. Being iish e^ the Sorority,
are Brenda. Youngblood, Becky
Mitchell, LindA Rauber, Janis Ca-
they, Mary Harrison and Elaine
: Ffed a Bridal Shower
Miss Peggy Jones;;November mother, Mrs. James Jones, and
brid-tbet? *i's; honored Satur- tl~. groom-elect's mother, Mrs.
day afternoon .with-'a lingerie.,, p J rence Burkett.
ifaier. Host ':fes fb the occ'a-. W 'The refreshment table was cen-
ni -re Miss Keynay.Bateman,, e ed"by an arrangement' of fall
Mrs.'Tht hm Marshall and Mrs. flowers with wedding bells. One
Kenneth Bateman. h. .id,of the table Was flatnked by
Red citnation corsages were silver coffee service and the
presented to the honoree, her other by a punch bowl. The man-
tie in the' receiving room also
held an arrangementoft fall flow-
SMny. (r ends, of the honoree
called or sent, gifts.
Sliow, oia lft, in the photo
above are: Mrs. Bateman, Iss
Bateman, Mrs. Jones, the lionaee
and Mrs. Burkett.
ParentsInvited to Scout Meeting
Sceoutmaster Raiymond Lawrence Scoutmaster Lawreice explains
has 'announced that Monday, No- tlhit th6 principal objective of Par-
veinber 16, at. 7:30 p.ni., will .i ent N|glit is to acquaint the par.
1Parent's Night" it the Scout Hut ents with the total scouting pro-
on Tenth 'Street, Parents of all gram. Parents willibe given insights
boys in Troop 47 are not only invt- into a program tbha builds charac-
ed but urged tb6 attend. This is the ter, citizenship and personal fit-
parent's opportunity to observe ness. ThneyM'willbe. given. informa-
fl-est hanc? just exa ho6 and tion "n' the Troop's planD for the
why "Scouting Rounds A Boy Out". I are's activities,'.inelAdigi advance
SGoing Out of Business
t plans for summer camp. The Patrol'
system and thie methods of advance-
ment open to scouts will -be ekx-
"Though Scouting is designed
and intended to promote self-re-
liance "-nd independence in a boy,
Sa successful Scouting program re-
quires that a boy's parents be en-
thusia ic supporters of that pro-
gram'," Lawrence stated. "Parents
can md-e quickly identify with and
support solnething that they are
faniilia with. So it is our.goal to
let thelmrents know what Scouting
is all a out. Hopefully, they in turn
can b' of continuing encourage-
ment Ad support to their sons
who j \, after all, our douattky's fu-
ture aders. Time invested in a
boy's 1uttIs .n ,ti.iame wasted.'
So w4, are "asking a'll parents' to
attend the meeting. Boys who havb
joined the Scouts but who have
been. active are also urged to at-.
tend and bring their parents."
NOVEMBER 1 5-20
SUNDA Y SE 'RVICES
(November 15) .
11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M
-EEK K A SERVICES
< (Oinaa-iy. y- Nov. 16-20)' i
'- ": .O .... .0 i Singer
ev. Dick MiAllister
V' S/ocumb, Alabgaa -- Eirangffif
Rev. iKent ITaylor
Panama City -- Singer
'. ,Y OPM' ACH EVEaN
Banquet Honors Rebekah
." a "A If ,
Turkey Shoot At
Lrdre C ha hrter. IVI Gm rS The Mexico teach WSCS of th
,Lo ha e er Il 1 Mexico Beach Methodist Chueh i
having its annual Fall Bazaar an
by MRS. MARY WEEKS ceremonies. Mary Weeks gave the Shirley Webb, Noble Grand, pre-. Bak ale Satrda November 1
A banquet honoring the charter prayer. Shirley Webb, Noble Grand sided at the regular meeting of from 10:00 a.m.until everything I
'members of Melody Rebekah Lodge and Jeanette Lee, Vice-Grand, were the Lodge that followed. Shirley old. T
was the highlight of a social hour introduced. She then presented has just returned from a visit to the ga nd wi e rte
that preceded the regular meeting Craig Pippin on his electric guitar California and enjoyed fellowship the laundry balding on 'Highwa
of the Lodge on Thursday, Novem- who, with his brother, Kenneth Pip-with Sister Rebekahs in California 8.
ber 5. p, pinormed a harmonious vocal by attending Lodge there Everyone isinvited to attend.
Sdauet and sang F'Till My Cup, Lord", ,.i-vited.-o,-attend.
There is strength in unity and ,ne V Mand alley",and "Ho w great
the combined efforts of the mem- OneM Valley andHow Great .
bers were joined to add beauty and Thou Art".
meaningfulness to the occasion and e crt mee rs prsn -
many precious memories were re ..M .one y Saver
many precious memories were re- Marguerite Pridgeon, ,Gladys Boyer,
called. and Onnie Lee Herring. They were
The party area at the American introduced individually by "Mick-
Legion Hall was artfully decorated ey" Batemian, Hazel Sims, Mamie C
lo seasqni loal arrange., IAV I a V EleyprsWVilliarps and p
ets is wad the-"'" shapd ban- Elsie- Gfin, wh .ave hump i 4.
quet table bearing. place cards for dramatic skits depicting "The most
35 guests. embarrassing moment in each of Now through Saturday
Marie Wynn was the mistress of their lives".
It's Hard to
Creeping beggarweeds in' lawns
are like debts they are easy toI
obtainbut, almost impossible to get
Most attempts to banish the
troublesome legume is like bor-
rowing money to ipay off all debts.
Sooner orlater you.will discover
that you have as big a crop of beg-
gar's-lice as you began with. !
Beggar's-lice are the small stick-
tight green or brown, flat .seeds
that plaster anything they contact,
including socks, ladies' hose, pants'
cuffs, and tabby cats.
The creeping beggarweed thrives
on .attacks by lawnmowers since
'the maini runners sneak along on
the ground below the whirr of the
nmower blades. '
jDigging out the. 'plants by the-.
roots is "sure cure.. But, this is iA l
most a career-type operation. ..
One gardener vowed to-keepihis
front yard clear of creeping beg-
garweeds by yanking out the planVs
for 15 minutes at the spo tihe de-
livery boy tossed the paper, "
This scheme worked finq after'
he subscribed to three daily:papers.
If you don't have time to read
| three' ^ s ind' cuUll 'ed04for-
40'miniuts. each daai'constdf -tW1-'
ing the pest plant with chemicals.
_;l'WAR IG: qIheinici' kontrol'.is.
,only for adpn.ersWho live d*.jng-
ly and who are willing to take a
Chemicals that will spell doom
tAi-begggrweeds are a mixture, of
Swe .d an, bras ki~ers, according
to Dr. W. MEiwee, horticlt"
|i'Wit tlh C6p'eritive 'Extension
Prepare the legume for its hara-
kiri by mowing the lawn then wai-t
ing a few, days to aUow the cocy
plants to peep a blad ,'or so high-
er than the lawn grass.
Then ta e .u# il ia
"of a 3-inch paint brush in the weed
killer solution and skim the tops
Get Rid of
Is In, Lawn
of the pest plants. Use care not to
touch the grass. One little slip mqy
singe the grass to a frost-bitten tan.
Some gardeners choose late fall
to do the job. Their excuse is that
you get a: better kill late in the
growing season. The real reason is
that they can blame a few lips of
the paint brush on Jack Frost.
If your bifocals or your nerves
won't allow you to zero in on the
wavy line of legume leaves, per-
haps you had best discard the
large paint brush and use the dab
For dabbing, select a tiny water-.
color-brush a dime size willcdo.
The idea is to reach down into..'4e
grass and apply a mere half-drop.
of the ki ling solution to each' eg-
T .you are afraid to use the chem-ri
icals on youtryard but wantf-irA'
hand experience, perhaps you can
persuade a- neighbor to initiate a
beggarWeed banishing program. By
watching, is mistakes you should
ibe .abe i'disec* r a near perfect
ch 4miciatkillidg technique that is
ha essto' wn grass.
In case thereis no gullible guinea
-Ptg ui0 ` the do our
ing 'ina idde n corner o 1
yard. Jut 7 e prepared to cover u,
your mistakes wife st itpsj .d
.fr-6.i the feret !nurseY "w .
.Vitro Wives Meet., -
.it Powir Lounge '
The Vjtro Wives Club will have
its monthly meeting Tuesda,
vember 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Flor-
ida Power Lounge.,
cosmetics and wig det)n-
tion will be given by Aline's Beauty
All Vitro Wives are urged to at-
Wash and no iron
Navy and White
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H StAkR, AI o Joe, PFl. 324 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1970
The "William Tell" Operation r*
.ceitly completed at Tyndall Air
Force Base, serves a, three fold
purpose, Captain Carl Kristoff told
the Port St. Joe Kiwaiis Club Tttes
day. The operation tests the capa-
bility of interceptor teams to do
their jobsI effectively, grades -one
team agaiqi the ability of another
and letsI oi enemies know that
this namio's-air defenses are being
kept reo|ymId alert.
SL E KILL
*1 Alt Your Roaches
or yaur money back
CLEiRAN -a DORLSS
1 RICH'S MG
S, Your .oochesd
If Serves Usefu Purpose
Kristoff said Ithe operation fn- points.
eluded units from the Air Defense The operation utilizes a Ryan
Command, the Air National Guard "Firebee" drone as a target. The
and the Canadian Air Force. "Firebee" flies at 50 .to 60,000
"The fact that our air defense feet altitude at 600 to 700 miles
"The fact that our air defense'_ "oir The interceptors, utilize
is capable as evidenced. by the radar on .the ground to detect an
fact that- most teams -scoed over 6 enemyi alicraft"-and then locate
10,000 pointsout of pssibe 14i,- it and homeone of the intercep-
000" Captain K o said .'he tors in on the intruder.
winner of the event scored 13,000 Guests .of the club were Terry
Hinote/ Grover Holland, Ed Band.
1 Room*L'A Mehu ~jough, Leo Kennedy and Walter
unh kRoom Mfn U Graham ,
Port St. Joe" Elementary School Past, president .George Anchors
Monday, Novemb was presented an award by the
Monday, November 16 1club for is. effective leadership
Meat loaf,' whipped potatoes, but- during -the past year. d
tered spinach, peach crisp, white' d4ui .
bread and butter.
Tuesday, November 17 Garden Club Meets
Chicken and rice, gtgen peas,
cabbage slaw, baharia pudding,
white bread r
Today at: Center
Program chairman Wes Thomp-
son 'presented a. program to the
Rotary Club 'last Thursday, telling
the Rotarians about the new gen-
erating equipment being installed
in Port St. Joe by Florida Power
Thompson said the $1.75 million
generating plant will produce, 17,-
500 kw, enough to more than sup-
ply the entire city. of Port St. Joe
with its power needs. The plant
will not operate all the time, but
will be used only in times of hea-
vy demand, supplying extra power
for the entire Northern section of
Florida Power's system.
Thompson said the plant would
,nnarnit nrnnT. .ll d ill bld
WLU*t:,- WAU UULLUE. .operate automatican anwu ne
Wednesday, November 18 ThePt St. Joe Garden Clubenter willoday on the line" about the third
Hot dogs, cheese potato casser- meetat theGarden Center today o ne b
ole; green pepper rings, turnip at 3:00 p.m. Featured at the meet- week of. November,.
greens, "and applie-cobble. ing will be arrangements for The now generator is located on
Thrs.dAy, Nov6bmbehal an~ Cheitma the Florida Power transformer site
-Maaroni dnd cheese, 'ued T euter will be openn Th.. t t '.
luncheon meat, ,gre eanscr- :tr.o 11:30 a.m. and from onTesth t,
,wlie bread-"d butter. .e by.Bandd pl~.e.tlh.arrage. ai, .
Friday, 'NoebMn .. ments before the meein ,, ., .
Hamburger pn. 1#mn, jedded .. '... ; "
lettuce, sliced tomatoes' dIrl Chios 'CLASMFIED ADS .' .. A YO
and onion rings, fienck"rMs and Mdt Inv sne That YSe Ald YOU SAW
peach cobbler. .... M tw .. ,*" :: ---.. ,
:' ., l* '1 '
Junior' Ms Cndates
IT IN THE STAR
mu, 00 U.- loo gw Olid buslnesIem .'v olytion... hetps ie..p yaw 4dr~.
yn~. byFtmia ower *ih reIa-Ssleir anid bx* rto bimealbe.,
nor fixuo-ost cm* th cn pey f ts ~i ~i,
flam~.i eltti i.'h~ps eduecatrc1
A l'11. i. ..
Sh6wn bovearethe last inS seriesof pictureaiofpJuuM.orMiss
Candidates, whoi wilf ti f. tor the brown.Satumday night in. to Y.ort
St. Joe High Sehool.Commons Ar.. hFrom left to right. are:-Midge
Howell,'Marsha.Player and Brenda-1Le:.-'Weeks. :.;.... ,
." Midge is the daughter of Mrs.and.iMrs.I.W. H. IL well, r., 2012
Mdnument AveAre.eShe is very, active. n school activities paiceipat-
ing' in: Keyettes, Junior Executive Board, Junior Vartity Cheerlead-
er, Varsity Cheerleader, National Honor Society vice-president, Who's
Who in American High Schools, Pep Club, Top 10 of Class, Annual
,Stai~ assistant editor 'She plans to'attend Palm Beach Atlmtic' Col-
lege and major in marine' biology. Heri hobbies ahd ifteesits are
water sports, cheering, readifng'and sevwing. Midge is a member of
the Firpt United Methodist Church.
Marsha'is the daughter, og Mr. and Mrs. Grady Player, 1402 Pal;
Boulevard. She has been active in such .school activities as: Journa-
lism Editor,. Sr. Executive Board, Keyettes, Student Council, National
Honor Society president,' Who's Who in. Amerinan Higlh Schools,
Pep Club, Jr. Honor Sociy,, vice-president,' Jr. Class worker, Jr.
Executive Board, Top Ten in Senior Class. Marsha plans to attend
Palm Beach Atlantic 'College and mAjodr in elementary education.
She is interestbd''ii reading,: cooking, sewing, piano playing and
water sports.'. -Marsha is a member of the, Long Avenue Baptist
Church where she, is active ,iniYWA's, church .choir, assistant pianist,
and youth advisory, council .. ,
Brendieis .the- daughter of Mr,. and Mrs. ,Brue Weeks, 1307
Marvin Avenue. She has been active in Pep Clubs,1 Sharkettes .secre-
tary, Honor Society,, Outstanding worker in Junior class, Make-up
manager in Junior Play;. Brenda plans to attend Georgia Southwest-
esu. college ai4 would like to njj .in art. Her interests are. Aorse
riding, all water sports, hunting, cooking and' dancing. She: is a
member of St. James' Episcopal Church where she is a mem r of
the f.Y.C. oqth. group. .
Miss Jones Honored With Shower
Miss Peggy Jones, November Approxinately 25 guests' called
bride-elect, was honored Saturday or sent gifts.
morning .ith an informal, kitchen
shower at the home of Mrs. L. E.
Meyer,.2109 Palm Boulevard. Co- Beach WSCS Having
hastess was Mrs. Cecil Lyons, Sr. a
The bride-elect's chosen colors,
red and white were used. The serv-
ing table was covered with a red
linen cloth.! The centerpiece, a
black Italian candelabra, decorated
with white bridal mums, red ber-
ries and greenery, was created by
Mrs. Velma Hinote. i
H o n o r guests included Mrs.
James Jones, mother of the bride-
elect and Mrs. Lawrence Burkett,
mother of the groom-elect.
Bazaar, Bake Sale
Another turkey shoot will be
held Saturday, November 14 at
10:00'a.m. at the boat storage mar-
Cakes, pies and coffee will be
Those participating may bring
their own guns, or guns will be
made available for those who do
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HuntS SAUCE-----can lOC
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THE STAR. Port S ,~, Ft. 32456THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1970
Gulf Counly Men's League | team-mate Waype Ward added a
On lanes 1 and 12 Monday night, 543 series. Hess Oil had David
Campbell's Drugs took three points Roche leading the way with a 486.
from Basic Magnesia with Ralph On lanes 5 and 6 Pollock's Clean.
Ward' leading the way with a 534 ers and Costin's split, each taking
series followed by teammate Bob two points. Bill Barlow went wild
Heacock's 532 series. Will Stafford rolling, a 608 scratch series and a
led Basic with a 485 series. 243 game. Congratulations Bill. Da-
vid Young led Pollock's with his
Lanes 3 and 4 had 13 Mile Oyster 511 series.
Co., still coming on strong as they
swamped Hess Oil for all four On lanes 7 and 8, Shirt and Tro-
points. Joe Padgett led 13 Mile with phy is still slumping as they lost
his 549 series and 206 game, while points to Team No. 1. Team No. 1
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL.......... 9:45 AM.L
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.Ml
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ... 5:45 PM.
EVENING WORSHIP .. 7:00 P.M.
SPAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
VICTORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
was led to victory by Skipper Flint
with a 502 series and 203 game. Tal
Preston just beginning to warm up
this season, led Shirt and Trophy
with a 528 series with help from
0. D. Strickland with a 509.
Standings W L
Costin's 22 160
Campbell's Drugs ---- 21% 10%
13 Mile Oyster Co. --.. 20 12
Shirt and Trophy ------16% 15%
Hess Oil Co. ------ 14 18
Pollock's Cleaners --- 13 19
Basic Magnesia -------13 19
Team No. 1 8 24
The Ladies' Morning Winter
League met Nov. 2 at St. Joe Bowl.
Sear's, met Carp's on lanes one
and two with Sear's taking three
games to Carp's one Betty Barbee
was high for Sear's with a 385
- series. Jean Salerno was high for
Carp's with a 390 series.
Wewa Bank played Roches on
lanes three and four with Wewa
Bank taking all four games. Rose
Suber was high for Wewa Bank
with a 396 series. Shirley Daniels
was high for Roches with a 349
Pate's and 13 Mile Oyster Co.
played on lanes five and six with
each team winning two games.
Ruby Lucas was high for Pates with
a 427 series. High series for 13
Mile was bowled by Donna Ward
Dairy Burger met Glidden on
lanes seven and eight with Glidden
taking three games to Dairy Bur-
ger's one. Evelyn Smith bowled
high series for-Dairy Burger with
a 464. Christine Lightfoot was high
for Glidden with 446.
; : Over-all high series was bowled
Game Commission Has New Wildlife Area
PANAMA CITY The GameN
and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Thursday announced the establish-
ment and opening November 21 of
a new 31,000-acre wildlife manage- :
ment and public hunt area in the
Northwest Florida Region.
Dr. Richard H. Schulz; commis-
sioner, Marianna, said that, "The
new area is on lands owned by La
Floresta Perdida, Inc., approximate-
ly 35 miles northwest of Pensacola,
extending northward near the Ala-
bama state line, and will be known
as the Floresta Perdida Wildlife
He said alsq, "The area is bound-
ed on the west the entire length of
the area by the Perdido River, and
that all legal game, fish, frogs and
fur-bearihg animals may be taken
during the 1970-71 hunting season."
The area may be reached north-
by Donna Ward of 13 Mile with a
476. High individual game score
was 183 also bowled by Donna
In the Sear's and Carp's game
Dot O'Shall picked up the 4-7-10
Division A W L
Glidden 12 14
13 Mile 22 10
Pate's 21 11
Dairy Burger 21 11
Division B W L
Sear's 18 14
Wewa Bank 14 18
Carp's 12 20
Roche's 2 30
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ward from Pensacola over U. S.
Highway 29 to a left trun at the
junction of State Road 196 and a
left turn on State Road 99 leading,
into the area.
Access is also possible over State
Road 99-A, five miles westward
from the Walnut Hill Community,
and over a graded road leading
into the area.
L. K. Jeter, Crestview, wildlife
biologist in charge of the area, has
staltd that the area is pine-oak up-
lands, hammocks, flatwoods and
swamps, characterized by rolling
hills, and is good game habitat. He
said further that game populations
are good, and forecast successful
Jeter cautioned that a "closed
area" of approximately 3,200 acres
lies in the southernmost portion of
the tract, and may not be hunted.
Postingof the area and total tract
is in progress, he said, and will be
completed by opening day.
Several fields within the area
are fenced for specified use by the
owner, and vehicles are prohibited
in the fields. However, there is
no other hunting restriction in
the fields. Possession or use of,
rifles anywhere within the new
area is prohibited.
Jeter announced that a hunt
headquarters, where complete hunt
regulations will be available, has
been set up on State Road 99, near
the Bay Springs community. Hunt
regulations also are available at
the Panama City office of the Com-
mission, he said.
Other public hunt areas in the
Northwest Region are St. Regis,
Blackwater, Eglin Field, Point
Washington, Gaskin, G. U. Parker,
Leon-Wakulla, Robert Brent, Apa-
"Midget Investments With
lachee and a portion of the Aucilla and taking deer, turkey and bear
Wildlife Management Area. is prohibited on the Gaskin Area.
Edward Ball Management Area, Only specified special hunts are
also in the Northwest Region, will permitted on the St.' Vincent Is-
not be open to hunting this season, land Refuge.
,FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
Church School 9:45
Morning Worship ....._--.---- -11:00
Evening Worship -------- ..... 7:00
Methodist Youth Fellowship .-......-.......--. 8:00
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Friday, November 13
Port St. Joe vs Quincy
PORT ST. JOE SHARKS-Front row, left to right: Lawrence Boien Langston, Arthur Shackleford, Steve Hattaway, Alan Hammock, Carl
Barron Abrams, Mike White, Archie Shackleford, Marvin Adkins, Dan- oodson, Gary Gaddis, Murray Smith and Kloskia Lowery. Back row:
ny Etheridge, Mike Dickey, Tyler Smith, Bobby McKiernan, Marshall Ken Sumner, Mike Nixon, Phil Earley, Robert Creamer, John Paul
Nelson, Greg Goodman and Steve Atchison. Second row: Thaddus Blount, Ken Whittle, John Scott, Rodney Nobles, Craig Davis, Jim
Russ, Perry Adkison, Chuck Roberts, Chris King, Terry Lovett, Norris Faison, Charles Britt, Mike Wimberly and Eddie Holland.
Sept. 18-Wewahitchka Home
Sept. 25-DeFuniak Springs Away
Oct. 2-Perry Home
Oct. 9-icevile ------ Away
Oct. 16-Florida High ... Home
Oct. 23-Gulf Breeze ----Home
Oct. 30-Blountstown .--- Away
Nov. 6-Marianna ------Away
Nov. 13-Quincy ----- Home
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Over 25 Years of Service
ST. JOE HARDWARE CO.
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO., Inc.
Your Natural Gas Servant
SEWELL'S PURE SERVICE
Robert Sewell, Owner and Manager
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
STANDARD OIL CO.
Western Auto Associate Store
GULF SERVICE STATION
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON
TH STAR., Pot St. r J, F. 3HSMTHURSOAY, NOVEMBER 12, 197
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pl.. 3 45THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1970
Artists Being Feoqtred in Gulf Coast College Show
The exhibit will be located in the of *aroi orphic birds, all'of which
Fine Arts Building on the treme are now productions, according to
west end of the campus and' wiAl Mrs. i auise Lewis, assistant pro-
be open from 1:30 until 4 p.m. fessor of art. Gundrum's, contri-
Zerbe, whose paintings were re- butions will include 85 authentic
gently featured on thp .Tdlay" reprodpu4ons of Indian pottety,
show, has contributed 12 serigraphs modeled after a collection fpund
"in Bay County. gave thse in e
productions to tne college to dis-. S m i o t
play periantly ,i honor of Frank 'of anthropology at Florida State. T L
G. Lewis, Jr., thf late husband of For those who cannot make Sun-
Mrs. iouise Lewis.
According to Mrs. Lewis, the or- day's showing, the art productions
iginals came from the 32 mounds will be on display throughout'the
in what is now known as Bay month of November, 8:00 a.m. until
County. Gundrum modelel the pot- 4:00 pn.m. daily. Have you ever mo
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By Russell Kay
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Dote Regular or Pink P'Apple G'Fruit Juice
Sunnyield Frozen. o00
W alf es...F. +o 10
A '1 e &,z. Cans
Grapefruit Juice 47;c
Deodorant Soap: Sp ecial I
JERGENS 0' !s Oc
00% o instant Tea
S With 89 Ilhot
Thli 3 Oz. Coupon
49 Coupon Jar l0 R es tall
'!Ke-v ..in^ i
Howard Johnn's iaen Pomnd or aMn. Raids
HOard Johnso''s FrozenComrn
Toat& :t '7 29c
Minute Rice 48'
Dot ce ScorCnirhed.
Pt. dI Swl w or. CuI DeligOht.
Maxwell House Instant Frs FruitsanVgeabes
C 0 FFEE Fresh Firm Ripe Special I
1. This "Jar'S A vocados 7
Tis o0 $1.29N Copo A O
Co~ on J0ar $1.69 Fresh Jucy White Special I
Coupon Good Thru Nov. 18, 1970
*.*.v- QGrapefruit 149c
i aff- A mk-Uk..er Fresh
Plain or S. PiIsby POLE BEANS I 2
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Coupon l5b.bag49C '3c ~
Coupon Good Thru Nmov. 18,1970
Layer C ixs
4 p 4pkgs. $1.00
Umit 4 w/$5 or mosre erd
Coupon Good Thru Nov.18, 1970
Swseet~w? ? McCormic~k Bladc .S6ev-Ard.. Chu
Walgin lurger, Chide. or Stew T I I
Dogfood Ic" 7C
Ofty W ei% .2cIca5 5/ z
Wo~IN .2c ~ 5c 5/o.5
>"-.SupwO ght" Beinless Swst* Cap'n John's Frozen-lb. pkg.
SSteak0: .t. 99cPerch Fillets 59c
"Super-igh" wreshly (Over 2% lbsJ. "Super-Right" Shank Hoalf ..1"
Gr. lChck. 4 79' Smo. Ham > 49c
'"Suer-Rightl" Coner Cu. "Super-Righl"'belicous
Pork Chops 99c Sli. Picnic 99c
S"Sper-Right" Loin End Capeland's BulkS.C. Link
SPk. Roast .' 59c Sausage..- 89c
r mo food I r11 oz. sultana Frozen TV "Super- Right"; All Meat Sliced
SDnit!ers 2 for 89c Bologna .., 594
Kidey cde. Meat iUvr or Rsh CalFoota
1 lb. cahip lorfa
Tomatoes 4 for 89c
Cherry Pie Filling .
Borden's Swiss Style _
Pet Ritz Frozen Pie Crust
Shells 3:. $1.00
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The holidays are just arourid
the corner.. Redeem your
3c Off Label White;Assorted or Decorated Big Roll Sc ft
TOWELS ,r- i*NAPKINS P03$1g
4c Off Label .
VIVA TOWELS.... Of 2 89c
White Or Assorted.Colors ,
WALDORF TISSUE... 4 .oll Pkg. 39c1
BAT dH TISSUE.....2 RollPks.59c
White, Assorted and Calypso .
SCOTTIES TISSUE.. 3 .07oxes 79C
B ak,.e -, ...
Jane Parker Delicious Special I
CHERRY PIE 53'
Jaie Parker Delicious Ring Special I
ANGEL FOOD R49
Jane Parker Golden or Sugared Special I
LGE. DONUTS "49c
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Mama slipped and fell on the
floor and we rushed her to the
Wbspital for X-rays fearing she
had broken bones. But we were
spared that tragedy.
We have been in our new home
fivy days now and still are trying
to locate misplaced articles. Un-
fortunately, I would put some-
thing in one place and move it
somewhere else. So we wound
up with nobody knowing where
We are slowly getting things
ironed out and maybe in a few
years we will be back to normal.
But I doubt it.
By The Florida Power Corporation
The electric fry pan is a versatile
portable appliance and why not
cook a cake in your electric fry pan.
I might remind you that the top
of the cake will not brown when
cooking in an electric fry pan, so
plan to prepare a topping for the
FRUIT NUT CAKE WITH ORANGE
1 package yellow cake mix
1 can well drained tart cherries
% cup chopped nuts
Mix cake as directed on package.
Stir in cherries and nuts. Turn.
into well greased electric fry pan.
Set control to 275 degrees F. Cover.
Cook for 25 to 30 minutes. Add
topping and turn heat off.
ORANGE COCONUT TOPPING
4 tablespoons orange juice con.
% cup brown sugar
1 can flaked coconut
Combine orange juice, brown su.,
gar and coconut with fork. Spread
over top of warm cake. Cover and
allow to stand 10 minutes.
ing in the same old two story
*house for 40 years? It is an ad-
venture and I do mean Adven-
. Mama and I had to stop climb-
ing stairs several times a day so
we moved to a ground floor
It is amazing how much junk
a family can accumulate over
the years and sorting out the
stuff, trying to decide what to
keep. and what to dispose of, is
really a problem.
Books, books, books, five cases
of them. Encyclopedias. Complete.
set of Arabian Nights. 16 vol.
umes' of Charles Dickens. Popu-
lar novels from 1900 to date.
Good books. Silly books. Dumb
books. Paper back and hard back*
Some read, some skimmed then
stashed away and never looked
I would sort out those to be
kept.aid those to dispose of then
along would come' Mama or my
daughter Peggy and countermand
my judgement. So we wound" u
with about two-thirds of them to
stash away again and gather dust.
The movers, who packed most
of the stuff, did a good job and
not one item was lost or broken',
glassware, dishes, gadgets, pots
and pans, canned goods, medi-
cines and what have you.
The fun came when' we tried
to get settled and lead a normal
life. Has anybody seen-the can'
opener? Where is the knife shar-
pener? Did you find the dish
towels? How about the table
cloth and napkins? Where is the
Being smart and thoughtful we
had notified the utility compan-
ies of our move and service men
kept ringing the doorbell. Where
did we want the telephone? Did
we want the washing machine in
the kitchen or utility room? De-
cisions, decisions, decisions at a
time when we were up to our
ears in crockery and glassware.
Our two dashounds and family
cat contributed to the confusion
by running wildly from room to
room barking and mewing like
mad. We kept them in the house
for fear they would get lose in a
strange neighborhood and the
yard was not fenced. There was
plenty of paper around but the
animals ignored it prefering the
terazza floor and mistaking chair'
legs for trees. It was a madhouse.
Friends and relatives, anxious
to be helpful, attempted to put
things away as we unpacked
them. They knew where they
were putting them but we didn't
and the problem of finding any-'
thing was a nightmare.
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PAGE TW LVW
'TH ST aL Pie i, Fl. THrURSDAY, NOVEMi5E 12, 197l
Guarantee Cost of Wat
Commissioner Leo Kennedy ex- at Kennedy's proposal being un-
pressedi a desire Tuesday to turn willing to commit future budgets
engineer Max W.jilboumn loose for this purposweand pointing out
on p)irelparing 'drawings for water there is nothing in the present
land sewer systems for Oak Grove, budget by which 'to finance such
White. City and the Beaches with a project.
the County being responsible for
the estimated $30,000 cdsts invol.- Attorney WiiaM J. Rish of.
ved. The Board had formerly fered the obsirvation that he
taken the position ,that they didn't think it would be legal to
would instruct Kilbourn t0o prd- use county funds to finance work
q,,eed when it was certain money on a district project, but that he
lad been allocated for the sys-, would research the matter.
ternn which would take" care of Commissioner Player said he
f g- e rn fs wimted to hear the latest situa-
engeering fees. tion concerning availability of
SThe test of the Board balked' Federal funds before making a
. 17 W ams Avenue
: Drve4nindbw SerIjee
Sein i Frida
Port St Joe's new Quarterback
SClub will sponsor a fish fry, on
friday night prior -to "the Prt
Si .,Jo eiu y football game.
The fish fry is the first of
.many events being planned by
the chdub to finance construction
of ne. bleachers at the ;football
r '.t u .' .. ,1?
The Quarterback Club will also'
se.llfish diners at.the first dis.
.trict, play-off game, to bie held
here in Port St. Jo. ; Friday, De;
/ .. .. Ui ...
Junio Mis? o 0 :ntest
(Continud From Page 1)
day night have been donated by'
the following Port St Joe mer-"
chants: Arnold's .Lqrniture, Carp
Department Store, Western Auto,
Iampbhell's Drugs, Boyles Depart-
meat Store, 6. M. Webb's, Smith's
, B.tets'. Sgs, CCsun's Depart-'
m.ent Store, Sears,, Danley's Fur-
i:niture Co., ;Kennedy Appliances,
St. Joe Hardware, St. Joe-Furni-
ture, Top Dollar Store, Rboche s.
Furniture and Christo's.
Plenty of 'ree Parkinu.
The Gulftlle Club will hold its
regular monthly meeting Tuesday,
November 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the
St.. James Episcopal Parish House.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic, and anyone interested in the
club and its activities are urged to
Folicy Pizza Recipe
FRY, PAN PIZZA
2 tablespgpos sortening
..> 1- c ups biscUlitmix ,
% cup. milk I. i,
.I can (8 oz02.) sausages 0
1 can (d oz.) mushroom caps ', '
1 can (6 or;.), totat6 paste
1 cup sliredqd cheese (Mozarel-
la of Cheddar':. .
1 teaspoon Oregano
Sbrease cold fry pan on bottom
and sides with shortening. This will
make a thick coat of grease In
a small mixing bowl mix biscuit
mix and milk together. 'Spread
dough evenly in fry pan. Arrage:
sausages and mushroom caps ou_,
dougi and top'evqvly with tomato
pdste, then cheese and .sprinkle'
with Oregano. Cover. Turn control
dial to 325, degrees F and bake
until done. approximately 12-15
decision. Kilbourn was t
cured, this information
at the meeting Tuesda
that part of the probl
excessive population of
toes in the Dalkeith
been found. He reported
"Butter Bay" area has
stagnant pond which is
the insects. He asked
county begin making
drain the area before n
Pippin also reported
oratory reports from
Re vial Service at
I. : e hurch
'Re vIal iseis' will begin
Sunday weveb~4i the 6:00b p.m.
services. Jih f lh l l iflghlad 'View q
Assembly pf GO Chureb" accord-
ing, to Mrd.Jean Shoots, pastor of,
the churqgh. -'
The Andrews, Brothers of'Pan-
ama City will be conducting the
services, which will also feature,
good musiq and singing, accord-
iqg to Rev. Shoots. .
.An invitation is extended t"
everyone to attend.
j. ..ake a cookie with magla.
All-Baba, exclaimed,"Open Sesame" and a cave full-of riches
was his. Open yourown dgor to a new culinary triumph with
goldgi Sesame Biter an easy-to-prepare cOokle studded with
,& runhy seeds..', ,
p wie oo*1 00" ent' yo Lot your skill' But essentially
me are Wtte morsels of rich dough, rolled in seeds,
th -. They lend aq exotic touch to teattne, coffee time
S' ane. th -served. -* ..,
q* qeri flanouk makes'it even quicker to fix these
," .a.r.our,.famgy-,. XPmemsud.,anmots of
Sal.o added, at qq e* cost, a t
ant i, lan and ri plus the in
ra it and l a health bonus for .
SESAME BH1 2M .
,,.abot dozen9eq4ep W -
Spiwtter i y/s Cts endehed aelf.urisln
up ,. 1 lr
y teupp~n van1ia extr-et 8 tablespoons sesame seed
s.s & .n fluff y.. B
1', Cr together butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Beat
m a'nd egg. Gradually blend in flour to make a gsot dough.
Sbas; roll In ame eed cover completely.
$b r eased being sheet and bake in preheated 3500 oven
So 1L minutes, io until golden brown. Gool completely before
saving. Store in6 loosely covered container.
.,!Spoon flour into dry measuring cup; levpl. Do not scoop.
FOR SALE: Nice home at wlT t
City. Corner lot, 14(Y0x65'. Goo.
neighborhood. New paint and roof,
Phone 227-4436. tfc-10-22,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished'
cottage overlooking Gulf on Bear
con HiU' Call H.L A. Frrester, 64R
FOR RENT: FurSned apartment
and taller psee. Bo'p WImlc
Lodge, White City. Phon CJ
FOR RENT: Furnished beach .ot-
tages. Reasonable monthly rate
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tf-8-13
FOR RENT: Trailer spaces. Water
furnished. Cable TV. option. .St.
Joe Beach, DeSoto St ,Phone 6401
'435t, :' -.: .'7? tfc-!-12
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large,,
'nice, room brick house. Central
heat and air, conditioned. Nice
neighborhood. Available Nov. 1g
Phone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tf-10-29
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.-
703 16th St. Call 227-7636 aftry
4:00 p.m. \ tfc-10 29
FOR RENT: Furnished, nice two
. bedroom house. Phone 227-8536
:after 5:00 p.m. tfc-10 29,.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished-
apartment. Phone 229-1361.' tf-5
FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom block
house in Wewahitchka. $60.00 A
month. Call 639-2331.
FOR RENT: House. 3 bedrooms, r.
baths, large living room,, dining
room and kitchen, furnished. O.
the waterfront at St. Joe Beach.
Call 229-6225. 2tp-10-29
FOR SALE: Sets of drums: Com-
plete trap set. Pho6le 229-4881. .;
tfc. ... -11-12
FOR SALE: 1962 Fairlane Ford.V-8
Good condition. Call Charlie Wall
U, W E iYW A WINTER, FOIdLOWING A FALL HARVEST OF .
PLENTYE W L ENJOY THE SAVINGS YOU'LL REAP FROM
YOUR iNE iHaW WHEN IT'S JIM WALTER-BUILTi W '-
When we build your new home ye save money. Firt all, they're LOW PRICED. Then the
materials we use are especially settled to give exceptionally long Wear with minimum maintenance
apd, best of allUyOu can Mal&,1ke -a substantial savings by finishing some of the inside yourself.
Let Jim Walter do the hard pMt'-finish the outside and s much of the Inside as you spy.Thoenyou
take over and finish the tt uftseft You'II really save BDI on the best investment you can make
today ydoft e -
l MORTGAGE FINANCING
to queffi# f property owners
OVER 20 -MQDELS--BULT ON YOUR. PROPERTY
I Wefinance the hornets we build. ere's no third party to cause delay. So get
rd- ti sti C foMlgA1 Zcm.plete fat and thei cost of building any of our model on your property.
S Fill n the coupon lIlriltoday. Wenl send your flaeelog of homle and
ILj WALTER HOMES
(ailtoneorest office) if
I would Ike to hove more information TIH
nd the cost of buld on my foroper- I
Sty. I undentand there would be no I
obligaion to buy and $hat you would Ig I
g mive m heme factef reeef harge.
A nci) STATE f
4ioql I uero eplerty vivo AIne f.
WANAMA CITY, nORIDA 32401
UNIT NO. 8 CITY MARINA
PHONEI 768-428%2 .
i U nI
FOR SALE: 1969 50cc SUzuki mot-
orcycle. Good condition. 1308 Mc-
Clellan. Ph. 227-7972.; tfc-11-5
FOR. SALE: Jepp with dog box" 1
Pony bridle' and saddle. Call
James Tankersley, 229-5821. 2tc
FURNITURE: Coffee tables, bed-
side tables pt savings. Cabinet
work, Many pieces of small furni-
turei See at shop, 403 Madison St.,
Oak Grove. Picture frames also.
William Hall, 329-6159.. 4tp-10-15
SLIP COVERS, drapes, upholstering,
'work. Also dressmaking. Reason.'
able prices. Good re-upholstered
sofa for sale. Call Louise Varnum,
229-2106 and 229-4481. :
FOR 1SALE: Small business and
Gulf Service Station. Will fi-.
nance. Half down and $50.00 a
month.. Call 229-2106 or 229-4481.
FOR SALE: 1964 Ford Custom,
LADIES PURSES, custom made.-
Order yours for Christmai gifts
now. Three day service. Phone 227-
FOR SALE: 4 female collie puppies. -
$15.00 each. Phone 229-5696.'.;,:
FOR SALE: Apt. size refriger pW,
Call 229-4171. Can be seert
Sears, 410 Reid Ave. 2tc-.09
FOR AIR CONDITIONING and ap-
pliance repair call 2294M3.
Liobs Club Staging Their Annual F
o 's h .. .(:. t [ i t.
Horse Show Saturday Afi inoo oon
The Port St. Joe Lion's ClUb 71. Fish winners will be serve
has scheduled its annual Ftll at the show..
Hoise,-.Show for:, Saturday, 14o- .
veiber 14, according to an an- The show will feature 20 el
nouncpment made this week by ses beginning at 3:00 pan.
Unions' president, Ralph Walton. trophy and five ribbon I nll
',The Lions' promote two horse aw ed in each event with .a
shows .each year to raise funds trohy and senior high point
6br their sight conservation pro- award of $35.00 cash offered.
il-am, operated in the county. Entry of Jhorses in the show
The show will be held at the .is $2.00 for each event. Ad is-
U IC's Horse Arena bn Highway sion to spectators is free.
WANT TO GO to Las Vegas, Lake
1( Tahie, -Reno or. New 'Orlean? I
have a free vacation that can-be
transferred to a couple -wishing to
go. 1 can't go. If interested contact
.Itai Addkins, 121 Hunter Circle.
?hone 227-4376. ; P.
FOMISALE: year old mare. Good
shape, gentle. $175.0p. Call 29
4658. U tp
CHRISTMAS CARDS: No, it' ,not
i.4toarly to buy. Stop inp na
bruT e through the famous Maste'-
lq.4 .line. Star Pub. Co. 306 Wi-
t3em now servicing wigs and
-vl r pieces ix my home. If
have human hair or syn-
'hetic which you would like
.. pye serviced quickly at
. wTprices; .. .,
CALL 229-3311: or 227-4853-
9-24 .JANICE STOKES tfc
'HbT7iOTTAGE SHOPPE,- your lo-
'catdiealer for PHENTEX YARN
ias large selection of yarn for
your knitting and crochet needs.
We have many gift items at the
CQTTAGE SHOPPE, red and white
bwiliig on Hiway 98, Beacon Hill.
TIMBER TO CUT
: Large or small tracts
Paying top dollar for stumpage
., CALL 648.4847
to#', RAYMOND HARDY 10-15
,WVEHAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy-
, press lumber, 2x4 to. 2x12, nos.
.1; a 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly
no.. 2;:.lne lumber, paints, hard-
wa Iznd appliances. 'PRIDGEON
BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitch.
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
v t Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Gawnte, on labor and htei.
Low down pament Phone 227.-
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
I, -Phone 229-6326
RADIO" and TV REPAIR
: ,, PHONE 22946108
1319 McClellan Ave.
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
H and APPLIANCES
306 Reid Ave.
,VANfRr Housekeeper po
part time or full time. Wiy
ft'ot the elderly, day or
I-l' ft----3 -"
S i$ijCYCLE REPAIRS
S BUILT BICYCLE
I thke lI trade "
,.., New and Used
tagNNIE'S TRIM SHOP
8M||l S:-,, Ph. 22-2007,
SEPTI TiANKS pumped out. all
Bufqrd Griffin. Phone 429-287.
REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
pills". Campbell's- Drug. 8t-9-17
TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
,and removed or trimmed. Call
653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
AMBUCANCE SR !
In Wewahcthka as I
Port 'St.; Joe
Comforter Funeral HorN
C. P. Etherede I
518 Third Street,
Port St. Joe, Fte.
Call 229.4986 for Free ,timate
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56 R.AM.,
lt and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURGH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
kg second and fourth Tueday
nights. 8:00 p.m. American legion
THERE WILL BE a reularco.
munication of Port SlJoe Lodge
No. ll, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8O00 pJ.
JOSEPH J. PePlTI, WL
PERRY J. McFABLAND, Sty.
A I OC.oe&& Lmote gece
er, Sewer Pl
o have se- :Deprtment of Entomology in-
)ut wasn't dic)tes that the County Mosquito
y. D< efatlment was not responsible
LEM for killing fish in, a pond belong-
*oLEM e ing to Walter Stafford of White
reported O .f >
em of an ;1 ippin said tests :showed min-
f mosqui- tite' traces of two insecticides in
area has th theifish examined, but neither of
d that the the, chlnicals is used by the
s a large b.deunty. A trace of one of the
breeding chemicals was 'found in the feed
that the given ".the fish and another in
plans to dirt samples taken from beside
next.sum- thq pond..
:' o cause was listed for'the fish
that lab. .- kill.
the State COURTHOUSE WORK;
Road Superintendent Lloyd
Whitfield reported to the Boaid
that he had plans to correct thi
paving situation in front, of the
Courthouse. Whitfield reported
that the road stays torn up be-
cause of underground water. He'
said he plans to install perforated
drains to carry the water off and
put' down paving over the drains.
Chairman 'graham als& askew
that work begin planting shrul
bery around; the courth4 se. j:
Commissidier Player,' who
in charge of- the court se an
grounds, said plans are begid
p 1 wanting. immediately d aftq
Christmas, "which" he ai d
the best time of year f "plan
; ing shrubbery." ii'
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