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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-FOURTH- YEAR- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1970 NUMBER 13
Santa Claus is wearing .that piece of string on his finger to remind
him that he is scheduled to be in Port St. Joe Saturday morning for the an-
nual Christmas parade and visit with all the children of this area.
'Santa has swapped his reindeer in for a more modern mode of travel'
and he will arrive here by airplane. To show everyone that Santa remains
ever young and vigorous in spite of his 1,000 years of age, he will dive from
the airplane; and parachute to the vacant area across from the St. Joseph
Telephone .and Telegraph Company building on Fifth Street. No joke: Santa
is really going to arrive by parachute!
Parade chairman, Jaycee Bob Moore says good response has been
received on entering units in the parade and this year's event should be a
" .f real big show.--" Moore-says-about,60 units have- been committed, including a--
"dozen floats. Port St. Joe's'high sc obl-band will lead up the parade, as usual,
and Moore said he has hopes for at least one more band to participate.
The big parade will start up Reid Avenue at .10 00 A'M. and everyone
is urged to b present, enjoy the sights and talk to Santa Claus.
The parade is sponsored jointly each year by the Poft St. Joe Jaycees
and the Port St. Joe Retail Merchants' Association.
Sharks Get Devils In First
Play-off Game" Friday Nit
Port St Joe,'s Sharks, ranked
number two in the state in class
,"B" and."C". schools, make their
second try in as- many years at
a state football championship to-
morrow night, when they meet
Division I whiners, Bonifay, here
in Port St. Joe. '
Game time will he at 8:00 pam.
with tickets going for $1.00 for
students, $2.00 for adults and
$2.50 for reserved seats. Those
holding reserve eats through the
regular season may purchase the
same seats through tomorrow at
the High School. Those reserve
tickets not picked up will be sold
at the game Friday night.
/ Coach Wayne Taylor said the
Sharks are still crippled some-
what for Friday's game. The
Sharks outstanding speedy run-
ner, Norris Langston is still suf-
fering some from a badly twist-
ed ankle and knee received in
the Marianna game, "He might
be able to go all the %way and he
may re-injure the leg on the first
play of the game. .
Linebacker Lawrence Bowen
who also missed the Quincy game
due to- injuries should be ready
to go Friday. Steve Bass, who
hurt his neck in the Quincy game
is all right now.
The Sharks will meet a team
about the size of Marianna in
the Bonifay Blue Devils, accord-
ing to Coach Taylor. "They're
just a shade smaller than the
Bulldogs and a good football
team", he said.
Taylor said he expects nothing
spectacular from the Devils.
Two Cars Collide
Two cars were damaged in an
accident yesterday just before
noon at the intersection of Gar-
rison Avenue and Fifth Street.
According to investigating of-
ficer, James Graves, an auto,
driven by Mrs. 3M. H. Elder was
traveling North on Garrison Ave-
nue, came across the intersection
and hit a second car driven by
Albert Thames. Thames was tra-
veling west on Fifth Street.
No injuries were reported and
no charges had been filed at
press time yesterday, pending
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
"They're not very versatile:in
their plays", Taylor said, "but
they-are very good at what they,
do"'.'Taylor said the Blue Devils
do very little passing, depending
on their big fullback to run
over their opposition. Big, backs
have had trouble doing this to
.the Sharks this season.
For a season record, the Blue
Devils have one loss .to their
credit, as do the Sharks. This
loss came at the hands of Grace-
ville. The only common oppon-
ent of the Devils and the Sharks
were Blountstown and Florida
Communications Workers Offering
Free Calls to Vietnam During Holidays
High. Bonifay defeated Blounts-
town, 18-6. The Sharks won, 33-
.-14.-- Bonifay defeated Florida
High, 41-6. Port St. Joe won by
,a 30-12 score.
The Sharks lost their first out-
ing in championship play-offs
last year to" Baker. Bonifay had
to beat Baker out this season for
the play-off berth.
Winner of tomorrow night's
game will meet the victor in
the Daytona Beach Father Lopez
and Newberry game. The place
will be announced early next
Odd Squirrel Shot
It's not very often a weekly newspaper can print pictures of
two unusual subjects in one week. But this week, along with the
picture of ice in November, comes a picture of a white tailed squir-
rel. The squirrel with the odd tail was shot last week end by Gor-
don Mclnnis, who is holding the squirrel, who was hunting along
with his brother, Jim, right. The boys have frozen the animal and
plan to have him mounted. The boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
James Mclnnis of Port St. Joe. -Star photo
Local 3171 of the Communica-
tions Workers of America, AFL-
CIO, plans to sponsor four calls
Sfor servicemen and women over-
seas this year as part of thJ Un-
ion's 14th annual ';m oninom o-
-The program is i designed to
.provide calls between servicemen
and women overseas and their
loved ones at home, according to
Alice Martin, chairman of the
Moms, dads, sisters, brothers
-or wives, of military personnel
overseas are eligible to enter the
contest to select the winners in
All those eligible need do to
participate is send a postcard,
with your name, address and tele-.
phone number, to: "Hi-Momn pro-
gram, 1608 Monument Ave., Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456."
Names of winners will be cho-
sen December 15, 1970.
"We're always happy with the
responses we receive," Mrs. Mar-
tin said. "There is always a lot
of love involved in these calls
and Christmas time is a season
of love", she added.
The program has been praised
by military commanders for
boosting troop morale.
Selling Fish Friday
The Port St. Joe Quarterback
Club will sell fish dinners at the
play-off football game Friday
night, according to president
The Club will begin selling the
dinners at 6:00 p.m. on the foot-
ball field and will serve until
Fried fresh mullet and all the
trimmings will be sold for $1.00
All proceeds will go toward
the Quarterback Club's bleacher
Church of God in
The Church of God, Highland
View, located on Sixth Street,
will began revival services last
night to continue each night
through Sunday, December 13.
Rev. Larry Daniel, an outstand-
ing evangelist, will be the revival
Services begin each night at
Rev. L. E. Roberson is pastor
of the church.
CWA represents more than one
half million workers throughout
the United States and is the
world's largest communications
Cold Invades Florida
Curtis Hardy, a security officer at St. Joe Paper Company holds
an ice-covered bush and is shown- standing beside an ice-covered
fence at the.box plant entrance to the St. Joe Paper Company early
last week. While ice is unusual in Florida, it is almost unheard ol
in November. The security officers turned on their sprinklers dur.
ing the night, throwing water on the fence, to get the ice effect ill
the recent freeze which swept into Florida from the cold north.
Police Department Draws
Praise for School Action
It isn't very often someone ap-
pears at a County or City Com-
mission Board meeting unless
they v)ant to complain about
The contrary was true ,how-
ever Tuesday night at the City
Commission meeting, when John
White visited the:meeting to of-
fer his compliments for: action of
the Port St. Joe Police Depart-
White said: "I think the police
department did a commendable
job in quelling recent trouble
at the Port St. Joe High School
in a manner which stopped the
trouble before it got started
good without causing hard feel-
ings by over-reacting".
White was especially apprecia-
(Continued On Page 12)
Officers Named by
The Gulf County Chapter of
the American Cancer Society an-
nounces a new slate o'f officers
for the 1970-1971 year of activi-
Serving as chairman will be
Wes Thompson; co-chairman, An-
dy Thomas; crusade chairman,
Mrs. Lynda Sullivan; co-chairman,
Mrs. Wynn Marsh; house to house
chairman, Mrs. Shirley Daniels;
secretary, Peggy Heacock; medi-
cal director, Dr. J. Wayne Hen-
drix; education chairman, Mrs.
Sybil Pitzl; Wewahitchka educa-
tion chairman, Rex Addison; ser-
vice chairman, Mrs. Polly Sowers.
The Board of Directors for the
Gulf County Chapter includes: C.
B. Curry, Walter Dodson, Wesley
Ramsey, Wes Thompson, Mrs.
Ruby Gilbert, Mrs. Polly Sowers,
Andy Thomas, Rev. Fred Bailey,
Tommy Dee, Mrs. Milton Chafin,
Mrs. W. H. Weeks, Mrs. P. S. Fen-
som, Mrs. J. W. Hendrix, Mrs.
Harry Marsh, Mrs. Blake Thom-
ason, Mrs. Gerald Sullivan and
Mrs. Norris Daniels.
Drug Education Experts Presenting
Public Program Here December 9
The Gulf County Committee on
Drug Education has arranged for
a program on drug abuse to be
presented in the Port St. Joe
High School Commons Area on
Wednesday, December 9 at 2:00
Oat-of-town guests and experts
on the drug abuse problem who
will appear on the program will
be Tom Cahill, Program Consul-
tant, Drug Abuse Program, Flor-
ida Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services, who will
bring information about treat-
ment approaches to the drug
problem and Wills Booth, Special
Agent, Florida Department of
Law Enforcement, who will pre-
sent legal aspects concerning
Booth has presented programs
in Port St. Joe previously on drug
abuse and presents a very infor-
mative and interesting program.
K. C. Mashburn of Port St. Joe'
is recovering from a bullet wound
in the right side as a result of
a disagreement with a tug boat
on the Apalachicola River on
-According to Deputy Sheriff
H. T. Dean, Mashburn and Lanas
Fox of White City were in a bqat
on the Apalachicola River in the
edge of Calhoun County when
they met a tug boat throwing
an unusually high wake, nearly
swamping the smaller boat.
Dean reported that Fox fired
his gun to draw attention of the
tug to their dangerous operation,
and someone on the tug shot back
striking Mashburn in the side.
This is Cahill's first visit to Port
All who are concerned about
the growing drug problem and
the school's role in drug educa-
tion are urged to attend.'
/ Ball Saturday
The annual Charity Ball, spon-
sored the first Saturday in De-
cember each year by the Port
St. Joe Rotary Club, will be held
at the Centennial Building Satur-
day night, according to ball
chairman, Cecil Curry.
Beginning at 9:00 p.m., the
music of Louie Weaver and his
Orchestra will be featured. Tick-
ets to the annual affair are now
on sale at $7.50 per couple by all
members of the Rotary Club.
Reservations chairman, J o e
Mira says that those wishing to
reserve a table for the night
should contact him as soon as
possible to have your table set
All proceeds from the ball are
used by the Rotary Club for
charitable work throughout the
Sec. of State Elect Stone
To Address Civic Clubs
Newly elected Secretary of
State, Richard "Dick" Stone will
speak before a combined meeting
of Port St. Joe'a.'three civic
clubs next Thursday at noon at
Max W. Kilbourn has arranged
for Stone to visit in Port St. Joe
and speak before the club mem-
: : :
TH1 STAR, Port St. Jo, Pla..-245 THURSDAY, DECEWAPR 3, 1970
The Christmas Season
Do you find it hard to believe that Christmas is only
three weeks away? One way to be convinced is to be in
downtown Port St. -Joe Saturday morning and see the
annual Christmas Parade.
Port St. Joe's Jaycees and the Retail Merchants are
planning a fine one this year, to bring Santa Claus to'
town, and, .of course, innaugurate the Christmas shopping
fihe proximity of Christmas also makes those who
were wondering at the early date of putting up the City
Christmas. decorations. More than once we heard, "Why
are they putting up the decorations so early?" All of
the decorations were completed last week and Here it is
the Christmas season. So, you see, it wasn't "so early"'
We sometimes wonder if the average person in Port
.St Joe knows just how much work and planning goes
into the annual parade. True, it rarely lasts over 30 min-
utes. Some of the floats may not compare with the tele-
vised parades on Thanksgiving day, but, nevertheless, the
abbreviated scope of the Port St. Joe parade entails just as
much work for the local planners and workers as the larger
ones do, considering the scale and the people to do the
work. It would make it all worth while if you would just
express your appreciation for the parade to some of hose
putting it on a Jaycee, a merchant, or one of the
groups who spend hours building the fine floats that are
Another way to express your appreciation and insure
even bigger parades with more events, would be to do your
Christmas shopping in Port St. Joe this year. A trip
through local stores will convince you that the selections
are good this year. Local merchants are pretty well on
the ball with their Christmas decorations and displays.
As though the country didn't have enough problems
already, the United States may face the not-so-distant
threat of a tree shortage. According to the Southern For-
est Resource Council, the country 15 years from no* must
be growing a whole new forest-which already is being'
called the "third forest" if the nation is to meet its
projected timber needs of the year 2000.
The first forest, the council explains, was that Which
the colonists found when they settled America in the 1600's.
Much of that virgin timberland was ,cleared with little
thought of future needs.
The second forest was that which was cultivated or
managed by man to ieplenish the virgin timber stands and
supply specific needs of defense, home-building and in-
Sustry, including the prodigious requirements of the pulp
arid paper industry.
: The third forest, says the council, may prove the
Biggest challenge of, all,, requiring maximum productivity
of shrinking forest lands and the development of more
"super-trees" that gfw bigger and faster.
,.' i. e council's view the; South has the best oppor-
tunity of all regions to caAh in' on these challenges for
no other region, the council declares, can match the South's
potential for growing trees.
All "in all, say the experts, to meet the demands 30
years from now the country is going to need another 30
million acres of improved forests, or a land area equal
to all the forests now standing in Florida and South Caro-
lina. And for the South to grow this third forest, they
say, will require unprecedented coordination of govern-
ment, industry and private landowners.
Economically these escalating demands for lumber
could work in the enormous favor of the South if this
region can rise to the challenge. Blessed already with a
good head start a long growing season, relatively large
expanses of undeveloped areas, and 48 million acres of
forest land presently enrolled in the national Tree Farm
Program the Southern region would be remiss not to
bend every 'resource t6 the task of producing the third
It Needed Saying
"Don't ever sell Billy Graham short ... The evan-
gelist, who has 'a-kack of saying a lot in' a few words,
scored another TV triumph when interviewed and the
subject of sex education came up. He said he thought
prhident sex instruction, and he stressed the prudent,
might be appropriate at the high school and even junior
high school levels but not with third and fourth graders.
Then he summed up the school situation in eight little
words: 'They've ruled out prayer and ruled sex in.' And
that just about says it like it should have been said long
before now." --GOSHEN, IND., NEWS
Basic Incorporated yesterday
declared quarterly dividends of 62-
% cents per share on the 5% con-
vertible perference stock, payable
January 2, 1971, and 20 cents per
share on the common stock, payable
January 2, 1971, both to holders
of record December 15, 1970.
volve from 10 to 30 or more.
Fog is particularly hazardous.
A road may be clear with good
visibility then suddenly you dip
into a fog pocket with little or
no visibility. When you are travel-
ing at 70 miles an hour and
loose sight of the car ahead you
can be in bad trouble. This fog-
speed, following too .closA situa-
tion, has caused more deaths and
property damage than anything
else. Even though a driver slows
down and avoids a rear end col-
lision with the car ahead he has
no assurance that the car or cars
behind him will stop and not
smack into him knocking him in-
to the car he is following.
If you must drive superhigh-
ways on rainy or foggy mornings,
watch out for sudden patches, of
fog when approaching bridges,
swamps and low places. Drive
with your lights on. Do not fol-
low too close and slow your
speed. Flash your stop lights on
and off to warn following drivers
that you are slowing down.
Chain collisions are increasing
One chain wreck in California
involved 234 cars. Watch your-
self. Arrive Alive.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
When you take a long week end off to make a trip to see the
in-laws and the out-laws, it doesn't leave much time for gleaning
local material for a column. We have been out of touch, so-to-
speak. But, in order that this space be not completely vacant,
we have gathered a few interesting bits of trivia that might be of
interest to you. Some of the information is even educational.
Take, for instance, a piece we read in the paper early last week.
A young boy and girl, students at Winona, Minnesota college set a
new record for kissing. They held the smack for 15 hours and one
minute last Saturday. The previous record of 13 hours, set by two
other college kids was broken shattered by nearly two hours.
It will take some sacrifice on the part of two kids to break the new
record. From what we read of the weather up in Minnesota on
this particular 'Saturday, the record should have been easy to set.
All the kids had to do was lick their lips, step outside and kiss.
The cold would do the rest.
After all this time of putting up with a cracked, faulty Liberty
Bell, the Procrastinators' Club of America has sent a delegation to
London, England, to complain to the bell manufacturer about the
quality of this symbol of American freedom. Evidently, up to this
time, nobody has tried to collect on or test the guarantee on the
bell. As the story goes, the bell cracked the first time it was rung.
That ought to be on the side of the delegation when they enter their
-Personally, we feel that's what we get for buying foreign-made
merchandise. This episode with the bell and the difficulty of getting
it made good should provide more fodder for our contention that
one should trade at home where he can get service and satisfaction.
John Robert Smith has a display of some toys in his front win-
dow that should be the delight of any kid under 13. John Ro'bert
has been in business a long time in Port St. Joe and his success in
business is due, in part, to the ingenuity in the sign on this partic-
ular toy display. The sign reads: "If you like it. .. tell Grandma!"
If telling Grandma doesn't work, nothing will!
We heard an after dinner speaker at one of the local civic clubs
recently give his philosophy for after dinner speakers. Of course,
you know all after dinner speakers warn you that they will be brief
because they know you need to get back to work or they realize
you don't care to listen to a long drawn-out speech then they
proceed to give you a long, drawn-out speech. This particular
speaker said that "after dinner speakers who thinketh by the inch,
and speaketh by the yard should be kicked by the foot".
The same goes for long winded writers.
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
.While present day high speed
superhighways can move heavy
tLaffic with relative speed and
safety when everything goes al-
right, they can be death traps
and delay traffic for hours.
Almost every day you pick up
your paper and read about super-
highway smash ups, where from
two to fifteen cars are involved
Resulting in thousands of dol-
lars in property damage and of-
, ten serious personal injury and
loss of life.
Behind such accidents traffic
is snarled and backed up for
niles as motorists wait for hours
to have the right of way cleared
before they begin moving normas-
The fault does'not lie with en-
gineering or highway construe-
tion but rather rests on motor-
ists themselves. Inpatience, care-
lessness and' failure to observe
traffic rules and regulations
cause most such accidents and
Weather and road conditions
also contribute to such costly ac-
cidents. Rain, fog and slick pave-
nments or lack of visibility take a
Unfortunately, too many dri-
vers are in a hurry. They follow
too closely. When an emergency
occurs they find themselves un-
able to stop in time. They crash
Publl.hed Every Thur ~ 306 n Av., nue Port St. Jo, PlMa,-
By thi Star Publlihll Comniy r
WESLEY R. RASEY Editor and PublishLer
.Al LiUnotymp Opr4ta., Sd alanin, Photogluir. .Cotunnist, Reporte*f
R.eaer, Bookkper nd Complaint Departent
t PoswopzeI Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
1 PoET ST. JOE, FLOIDA 8245W
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Fl=rida, under Act of Maroh ,. 187S.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
t" COUNTY ONE YEAR, 3A00 SIX NOS .75 THREE MOS., 127.50
oUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. 8. One Year .
Sot W the veiem Iuable for danae' further than amount .d lot ewch
b.o @poken =4 Il glienma cat t~teeoim; the fitted word I
into the car ahead or, if they are
driving cautiously with their car
under control, are struck .from
behind and knocked into the car
With more. and mor6 heavy
trucks using our superhighways
traveling at high speed in heavy
blem. Some are overloaded,
traffic they conplicate the pro-
others- carry highly inflamable
or explosive cargos' capable of
turning the highway into a flam-
ing hell, snuffing out human life
and causing tremendous damage.
Some of these monsters when
loaded weigh as much as from 28
to 30 passenger cars.
Accidents and traffic jams on
Florida's interstate highways con-
tinue to mount. This is one of the
reasons for our high insurance
rates. Accidents that use to in-
volve one or two cars now in-
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Third Forest Needed
7m 3 ,
by CHARLES REEVES
BOYLES ... YOUR
Back in the "olden" times, circa
1940, there was a radio program
called "Noah Webster Says" that
dealt with words and their mean-
ings. And as you listened to the
show yot became more and more
aware of just bow'many "mean-
ings" a word can hive.
Take, for instance, the word CON-
SERVATION. It conjures up a var-
iety of things, and chances are no
MI E.. '
two people1 will have exactly the
same ideas concerning it. (
Webster says conservation is "the
planned management of natural re-
sources to prevent destruction, ex-
ploitation or neglect."
And natural resource,,for what-
ever else the word implies, means
air, water, soil, plants, forests, min-
erals and animal life, all of which
are supplied by nature and are so
interrelated as to be inseparable.
And so a battle is joined. How
best to prevent destruction, over-
exploitation or neglect of our na-
tural resources? How to go about
this thing called conservation.
Should conservation be the rele-
gating of some resource of nature
to a perpetual showcase? Or should
it be the use of this resource so as
to retain, strengthen or increase it?
Say, through a delicate balance be-
tween multiple use and protection.
Surely, such a state can be attained
in many areas. )For instance, it is
difficult, if not impossible, to think
about enduring supplies of fresh,
pure water without a protected,
well managed watershed. This is
where forestry, our great renewable
natural resource, comes in. For
trees are a marvelous device for
providing an adequate amount of
But trees don't stop there ..
they are our secret to many other
priceless things of nature.
Our telephone number has been changed
with installation of 'a iew phone sys-
tem. Write it down for future refer-
at PORT ST. JOE
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k Girls' Quilted
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Coffee Cakes ea. 89c
Kraft Philadelphia-8 oz.
Cheese 3.pkgs. $1.00
Inst. Coffee Creamer-20 oz
Pream 2 jars $1.00
* Nestle Chocolate
QUIK 1 lb. box 45c
2c off Label! Mrs. Filbert Reg
Vqseline 2 jars $1.00 | Coffee Rich 32 oz. 39c
S6 r $100
Alf Varieties Stra1aii -4. Oz. Jars
0EROERS BABY FOOD ---- 6 jars
Heinz Assorted-4.2 Oz. Cans
STRAINED JUICES ----6 cans
DAILY 'DOG FOOD -----1 lb. can
Herb-Ox Beef or Chicken-3 1/3 Oz. Size
BOUILLON CUES --------- package
Plain or Iodized-26 oz. Jumbo Roll -
Morton 'Salt 2 for 29c Scottowels roll 39c
Plain or S. R. Gold Medal Scottissue 2 rolls 35c
FLOUR 5 lb. bag 63c Facial Tissue-Box of 200
'9 Livs Tuna & Chick Parts on c
Cat Food 2 cans 35c Scotfies box 35c
9 Lives Tuna-6Y2 oz. Bathroom Tissue
Cat Food 2 cans 37c Waldrof 4 roll pk. 47c
Dixie Lily Lady Scott Bathroom
Corn Meal 24 oz. 29c Tissue pkg. of 2 33c
FACfIA TISSUE package of 200 35c
"Super-Right" Brand-1 lb. bag
PURE PORK SAUSAGE
Baron's Quick Frozen-12Y2 Oz. Pkg.
BAR-B-Q PORK SANDWICHES .
All Flavors (Except Almond, Tofee) Marve
Sunnybrook Fresh Georgia Grade "A"
Large EGGS 2
All Flavors Mortion's Frozen
CREAM PIES 4
Bl Brand (Reg. 69c each Save 38c)
2- $1, 0.0
(Save 14c this weey)
(Reg., 3 for $1. Save 34c)
Stokely W.H., Cut or Fr. Green Beans, Fruit Cocktail (Beanie Weenies 8 oz.) or
WHOM KERNEL 1
.0. RN 4 1.00
R CREA STYLE Cans $1.0
Ann Page Tomato (SAVE 32c)
KETCHUP[ 4Bs. $1.00
EXCLUSIVE! A&P 33 1/3 Long, Play Stereo ChristmasReg $4.98 Val. Save $3.98
RECORD. o $1.00
25c off Label! Laundry Detergent
5 lb., 4 oz. King
3 bags $1.00
-. pkg. $1.09
Chicken Noodle, Cream of Chicken or'Chicken with Rice--10i oz.
CAMPBELL'S SOUPS--------6 cans $1.00
PREMIUM SALTINES ---- 1 lb. box
APPLES-- 12 for $1.00
Fresh Florida SPECIAL!
JUICY ORANGES ---- 5 lb. bag, 45c
RIPE BANANAS -------------lb. 10c
CHRISTMAS TREES ---------$5.49 up
Pacific Isle Sliced-20 Oz. Cans
NSCTDaJlf sxept $irniq
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Coral ables---138 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
SDay9ona Beach--2570 South Atlantic Avenue
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North Miaml--12741 Biscayne Bouleval
Orlando-209 East Colonial Drive
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West Palm Beach--3300 South Dixie H
Savannah-.214 West Broughton Street
Chled*n- 1201 Savannah Highway
Prices in this ad are good through%
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1970
Quantity Rights Reserved
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SSTAR, Pat Joe, P!la. 1"45 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 197 PAGE FIVE
P aay f It's Not Game...Don't Aim"
Withe PlantingteaFon Under Way ,Advice of State Game Commission '---........
W ith FI rid Out Front n Volum e TALLAHASSEE If it's not tected, and hunters are cautioned These ar
game don't aim" is the watch- not to shoot at geese, eagles, hawks, Danger
at th n77 50 ; and "C i ... $2,578 F. word again issued by the Game and owls, buzzards, or at any of the R eadings
ATLANTA, GA. Challenged Forest Institute, Atlanta, Georgia. to top, up to 25 percent faster than 750; and Colubia, $2,557896. Fresh Water issued by the Gamein an wading brds, hore birds at a song f the Readings
with growing a whole new forest "Data gathered in our recent ordinary pine trees," he said. In 1969, the thirteen states of effort to guide hunters to a pro- birds. for Batteries
in the South by the year 2000, Flor- survey represent the latest, most In Florida, .some 14,604,000 81- the South accounted for 67,perceit p.er target and prevent the killing Frye pointed t that in an ** 32
Ida's forest industries planted or comprehensive information availa. Pertree seedlings were planted dur. of the nation's total pulpwood sup- of protected birds. fort to nvide additional an e
distributed fo pIanting 78,832,600 ble on industrial planting and di- ng the 1969-70 season. ply, as compared to approximately commission Diretor D E b forovide additional game
seedlings during the 1969-70 'lant- tribution of seedlings in the South," Meanwhile, another recently 6 prcen in the previous report- Commission Director, Dr the hu.ng birds for sportsmen, the Commis
ing season. -.: explained Gedrge' E. Kelly, execU- completed survey highlights the ig perd. : ,-- Frye, said, "With the hunting sea- sion has released a number of exo-
ing season. explained George E. KellyexecU- completed survey highlights the Ing erod. son -in full swing there will be many tic game birds at various locations. What hot weather starts, cold
This year's tree-planting season tive vice president of SFL The economic values to be gained from "Becau.e trees are a renewable sportsmen in the fields and forests, These include the Royal Duck, the rabatter finishes both extremes
in the South has just begun and will Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Ken- careful regeneration of trees in .resource,. there are now more of and we would remind all hunters Jungle Fowl and the Francolin. you fill the air with electrifying
continue through early March, 1971 tucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North our Southern forests. them growing in the forests of the that only game birds and certain The season on these birds has not oaths, see us for a checkup of
Seedlings planted in Florida this 9V A survey of pulpwood purchases outh than at .any time in, the last unprotected species may be legally been opened, and shooting of such eu staintg and he rgin sle
past season represent abut17 per The Atlanta-based forestry in in the South releasedby the 6 r 35 years, Kelly explained taken." would be a violation outobligation.
cent of all the seedlings planted or statute reportss 465 million Forest Service in .cooperation with "There are now 200 million. acres Game birds are described as Sportsmen are considered the it matter tro s
distributed for planting, by pul, the American Pulpwood Association of trees growing in our part of the quail, dove, rail, gallinule, snipe, major contributors to Florida's con- your problem, we array
and paper, lumber and plywood thousand seedlings we re plated shows purchase of pulpwood har- country," .h e continued, "an d woodcock, turkey, duck and coot. servation efforts, and while the finestre m t
region, according the 1 stateouthern Souththe December, 1969- vested in the outh and delivered through wise harvesting and care- Hunters should check the season wildlife management programs paid rtiesna r si
companies in the March,n 197 season. to 121 pulp and paper mills in 1969 ful regeneration of the trees we dates, bag limits and shooting hours for. by license dollars are designed prvemade t.and we can
Sr F 's 1970 set in 8 totaled $899,118,000, a new record harvest, government, industry .and for various species of game birds, to increase the population of game
Florida's share included 78,823, high. private landowners working ti- Unprotected species are crow, birds and animals the same manage-
~ W000 pine and 9,000 hardwood seed- ," gether can help make certain starling and English sparrow, ment practices are equally as ben- ST. JOE AUTO
n/ Hlings. Of this total, 76,444,100 seed. The total valueofpulpwood har there always be enough wood All large soaring birds are pro- eficial to unprotected species. S
lings were planted, on forest in. vested and marketed in the South in the foireeeable future to meet PARTS CO., Inc.
dustry-owned land, and 2,388,500 last year was ten percent higher America's gr6wing needs, "Kelly
a i seedlings Were .distributed' to 'pri. than in 1968. Ycwl The Stcr ________--_______
ate adowners for planting.. Th value of pulpwood harvested concluded.__Say ou Saw It In Star
"This is also the first time we've in Florida in 1969 totaled $75,814, -. --,
been able to present a noiprbehei. 200, or 6 percent 'greater than the Mo IrS
A,! A",sive report'on the planting.of.SU- value of pulpwood harvested in Stand T4 10
S' pertree pine seedlings," Kelly. ,X- this state in 1968. The three lead- St n ta os- ID AL yI T AS
plained. "Supertrees are genetical- ing counties i 'Florida, and the Florida DE L CHRISTM AS
ly superior strains of pine, which value of pulpw-ood Adelivered to pulp
grow taller, straighter, bigger: a-:, d paper mills from epch, were: Future! GIFTS e' "9'',
S. ioud, less tapered from bctfttom Taylors $3,882,978; Nassau, $3,082, that cost you less:
GENERAL ELECTRIC 2-SLICE TOASTER
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. H i TAR Psi frt Joe, P1. 32454 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,1970
MISS MARGARET ANN PITTS
I '&Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pitts wish to announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Ann, to Harold
Dewayne Burch, son of Mrs. Ruth Burch and the late Harold
Burch, all of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be an event of December 11 at 7:00 P.M. in
the Highland View Church of God. The ceremony will be per-
formed by the Rev. L. E. Roberson.
No invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to attend.
Miss Anchors 'Is
Feted at Lunch.
Miss Michele Anchors was hon-
ored on Friday, November 27 with
a luncheon given by Miss Becky
Hendrix at noon in the Hendrix
home on Sixteenth Street.
White mums tied with red rib-
bons decorated the individual lun.
cheon tables which were overlaid
with green covers.
Invited guests were 12 friends
and former classmates. Mrs. George
Anchors, mother of the bride-elect,
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix assisted her
daughter in entertaining.
' Miss Anchors and Mr. Cottrill, of
Winter Park, will be married on
December/ 19 at the St. Joseph's
Catholic Church in Port St. Joe.
4-H'ers Thank People
For 'Buying Chocolate
Citizens of Gulf County, thank
you for the general fine way in
which you supported the county's
4-H Club boys by purchasing choco-
late from them. Ten of these boys
sold you 600 $1.00 boxes of this
during a two week period recently.
'The proceeds will 'be used for
local club activities, rebuild the
dining hall at 4-H Camp Timpoo-
chee in Niceville and expand na-
tional 4.X center in Washington,
We will .see you again next year
to offer you more of this delightful
product as we plan sales for three
We hope you enjoyed your choc-
Again, thank you.
Miss Dale Jackson
Honored at Party
Miss Dale Jackson, a December
bride-elect, was honored with a
Coke party and miscellaneous show-
er, given by Miss Becky Hendrix
and Miss Barbara Buzzett at the
Buzzett home, Saturday morning,
While gifts were opened by the
honoree, Cokes were served from
a blue and white decorated dish
pan. Blue and white flowers were
used in the party rooms.
Invited guests were Judy Adki-
son, Beth Creech, Brenda Faison,
Diane Tripp, Mrs.,Wayne Pate, Mrs.
Jackie Evans, Mrs. Russell Coffey,
Jennifer Braxton, Cathy Boone,
Dottie Sutton, Susanne Antley,
Miss Donna Maddox, Miss Dianne
Maddon, Mrs. Bob Jackson and Mrs.
Gordon Adams. Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett as-
sisted in entertaining.
The Jackson-Adams wedding will
be an event of December 12 at the
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
Garden Club Meeting
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet Thursday, December 10
at 3:00 p.m. at the Garden Center.
The program will be "Show and"
Tell" with all meinbers are asked
to bring a Christmas arrangement
and be prepared to instruct the
group as to how the display was
Members wtih tickets and mon-
ey for the afghan are asked to see
Mrs. Bob Faliski Friday at the li-
Thrift Shop Receives
Contributions to the Hospital
Auxiliary Thrift Shop for the
month of November were received
from Mrs. Paul Blount, Mona
Smith, Mrs. Bill Quarles, Jr., Mrs.
Dick Lamberson, Mrs. Dewey Pat-
terson, Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., Mrs.
Redman, Mrs. John Hanson, and
-Mrs. Cecil Lyons, Sr.
Mrs. Jackson was given a reception by her
fellow office workers last Wednesday when they
presented her with several pieces of luggage as
a memento. Shown above, at the receptiotn,!re
left to right, Wayne Parrish, Mrs., Jackson, Oris
Andrew, Gloria Ramsey, Katherine Brown, Betty
Mims and Alma Baggett. Many more fellow em-
ployees were at the reception, but are not shown
in'the picture. --Star photo
Mrs. Jackson Retires
FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS ON RADIO
PORT ST. JOE SHARKS vs.
BONIFAY BLUE DEVILS
and CARR'ABELLE vs. HASTINGS
8:05 AM., SAT., DEC. 5
Brought to you by -
Florida Power Corp.
Mrs. Rochelle Jackson closed the books on
her long railroad, career Monday, after serving for-
28 years as the secretary to the vice-president-of
the Apalachicola Northern Railroad. Mrs. Jackson
stepped down Monday of this week. She came
to Port St. Joe in July of 1942 as secretary to
the late Joe Sharit. She, continued in the same
position after B. Roy Gibson, Jr., was elevated to
the post of vice-president to the railroad,
0: t oo M
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, PFi. 324t THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,1970 PAG SEVEN
ShowerI lonors MIes Susanne Antley Thrift \Workers f e r. An.tey-Deafoun
The White (6ty home of Mrs. sage of white carnations. Mrs. E. Shop Vames oor rngagement Told
31aude Weston was the setting on L. Antley, mother and Mrs. D. R. Mr. and' Mms. E L Antley an-
3aturday night for a miscellaneous Hatcher, grandmother of the hon.
sowern or .mis- A -aeo. Htererentd.ithe the hon' I The Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Buzzett and Mrs. Leo Shealey. Feb- and Mrs. Richard Porter. nounce the, engagement and ap-
lwe rin g e Mi Ss At r ere presented with corsages Harcus, Mrs. Jim Goodman, Mrs. Shop has named workers for the ruary the committee will be made December 18: Mrs. Tom Smith preaching marriage of their daugh-
ecome the bride of Danny Deaton. During the period of games, each Bill Rich, Mrs. R. L. Smith and quarter of December, January and up of Mrs. T. F. Preston, Mrs. Leo- and Mrs. L Copenhaver. ter, Susanne, Elhih to Danny Carl
n Decemberet of D n est was D n thre p d o g s Mrs. B. G.'Harper. February. nard Belin and Mrs. John R. Smith. January 1: Mrs. Tom Parker and Deaton, son of.:' ani Mrs. Fred
Refreshments of ound cae, Serving on the Pick-Up and Workers for the net three Mrs. Frank Barne. Deaton of Abbeville, Ala.
ed and white thehonor ee's recipe for ia happy marirage and e nan re tae, rin o i and s he anuary 8: Mrs. W. 0. Andeson Abhe grooHm-elect is a graduate
Chosen colors, formed the accent all were given to the honoree for nuts, mint assord re kersh Markfng Committee forD bc m belaol- n Mrs. Tom Ford. Abbeville High Sbhuol and United
For decoration. throughout the keepsakes. guests will be Mrs. W. M. Chafin, Mrs. W.low January 15: Mrs. Leonard Belin Electronics Laborattries in Bir-
party area. Miss Antley, wearing a Assisting in serving the guests B. Simmons and Miss Gertrude December 4: Mrs. 0. M. Taylor and Mrs. James Tankersley. mingham, Ala.. and' is, presently as-
white wool jumper with .print were co-hostesses, Mrs. Weston, I Miss Antley was the recipient of Boyer. Serving in January will be and Miss Gertrude Boyer. January '22: Mrs. J. L, Sims and' sociated with Motorola Corporation
blouse, was presented with a cor-. Mrs. James Horton, Mrs. Murdic many lovely and useful gifts. Mrs. George Tapper, Mrs. Gannon December 11: Mrs. W. M. Chafin MrMs R. Hightower. in Birminghamur.
January 29: Mrs. Pete Ivey and: The bride-elect is a graduate of
Mrs. James Guilford. Port St. Joe High Sichool, class of
February 5: Mrs. Ferrell Allen 1968, and is presently a nursing
Land Mrs. James Costin. student at Birmingham Baptist Hos-
1 February 12: Mrs. Charles Ste- pital.
vens and Mrs. Bill Hammock. The wedding will be an event of
February 19: Mrs. Norman Alle- December 26 at White City Baptist
more and Mrs. Paul Fensom. Church. Final plans will be an-
February 26: rs. Robert Fox nounced at a later date.
and Mrs. Wayne Hendrix. +
____ _3K A rN!A .L..... .~kal...s
"M" Niaht in
FrISS uncndrs InoIea
X WE.. .. Miss Michele Anchors was hon-
H. View Church 1 ored with a luncheon at the Gulf
Sands Restaurant' recently. Host-
esses for the occasion were Mrs. Jo
Highland View Baptist Church; Land, Mrs. Folsom Maxwell and
will be the host church for Church Mrs. Phillip Lewis:
Training "M" Night this year which The party room- was' decorated
will be held Monday night ,Decem- with white chrysanthemums and
ber 7 at 7:30 p.m. A record attend- traditional wedding bells.
ance for the churches in the south- The honoree was beautifully at-
em part of the Northwest Coast As- tired in a purpleand' white' ensem-
sociation is expected. ble. Mrs. George Anchors, mother
The inspirational speaker for the of the bride-elect, chose a dress of
program will be Rev. Harper Shan- beige linen for the occasion.
non, Pastor of the First Baptist .The honoree was presented a
Church of Dothan, Alabama.. The piece of silver in her chosen pat-
program will feature special music tern by the hostesses.
by the First Baptist Church choir Miss Anchors wilT become the
of Port St. Joe. A special feature bride of 'Chris Cottrill on December
emphasizing church training and 19 in the St. Joseph's Catholic
special music will also be present- Church.
ed. Outstanding young people will
be bringing the scripture reading, B 1 R T H S
prayers and serving as ushers.
Everyone has a special invitation
to attend and share in the program. 10
A nursery will be provided by the b
host church for those under four b
years of age.
These are be
for Batteries N
What hot weather starts, cold
weather finishes both extremes
drain battery pover. But before.
you fill the air with electrifying Si
oaths, see us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with- al
out obligation, ti
it battery trouble is
your problem, we carry in
and recommend the
finest NAPA bat- el
series. There simply W
isn't a finer battery
made and we can G
prove it. S
ST. JOE AUTO ts
PARTS CO., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Horton,
013 Long Avenue announce the
irth of a son, Christopher David
orn November 12.
Mr. and' Mrs. CharTes- T. Watson
f Port St. Joe announce the birth
f a baby girl, Melissa Kay on
Mr. and Mrs. Thadus Russ, 319
venue D, announce the birth of
girl, Holly Meredith on Novem.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Clift, 1506
ong Avenue announce the birth
f a, daughter; Cathie Darlene on
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carl Pate,
19 Maddox Street announce the
birth of a son, James Ira on No.
(All births occurred at the Port
t. Joe Municipal Hospital.
pend-r Holidays Here
Glenn Harper, ministerial student
t William Carey College in Hat-
esburg, Miss., has returned to
umpus after spending Thanksgiv-
ig holidays at home with his par-
nts, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Harper at
Thite City. Since entering Carey,
*lenn has been elected to member-
hip in Circle K Club, sponsored by
Tub City Kiwanis Club, and is on
he executive board of the Fellow-
hip of Christian Athletes, serving
s Secretary-Treasurer. He recently
attended the Billy Graham Crusade
n Baton Rouge, La.
There's never any unnecessary
waiting here to have your prescriptions
filled That's because dispensing
medicine Is our first order of business.
You can count on us to fill your
prescription promptly, accurately,
with only the finest of pharmaceuticals.
A FULL SERVICE DRUG STORE
Gifts Cameras Cosmetics Fragrances Tobacco
Games Stationery Toiletries
Drive-In Window for Prescriptions at Rear of Store
2 FREE PARKING SPACES AT REAR OF STORE
John Robert Smilth, Pharmaceutical Chemist
PHONE 227-5111 236 REID AVEMUB
IN THE cInC' cOURiA
FOURTEENTH JDS I
CIRCUIT QFTE TA' O
A c ENO. 2011
BELEN AT FAVORS,
*MA, 'SW. FAVORS, JR.,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MARCUS W. FAVORS, JR.,
6815 Town Bluff Drive, Dallas, Tex-
fyTA E HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for a Contempt Or-
dr has been filed against you. A
hearing on said action has "en
scheduled before the Honorable W
I Fitzpatrick, Circuit Court, at
the GuMf C 'unty Courthouse, Port
-te Je, Florida, at 9:00 o'clock
A.M ., CST. "
W ESS my hand and the seal
oLtthisCrt on this the 6th day of
0GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
CirciVt Court Clerk 11-19
Bod-of Trustees, must accompany
bi Checks or money orders will
be retuilned to unsuccessful bid-
ders. Balance of purchase price
.ust be paid and vehicle removed
fiom Gulf Coast Junior Colege
premises by successful bidder with.
i1tB(10) days after 'awarding of
rid. -Failure-to comply will result
in 'ofeoteue of bid advance as liq-
uidated I damages.
The Board of Trustees reserves
the right to reject any or all bids,
and to, 0ve any,.frmlties in the
bidding and thb decision of the
:Board will be final.
Sealed bids must be submitted to
A.'P Jefferies, Dean of Administra-
five Services, Gulf Coast Junior
College' on or before 12-00 Noon,
CST, December, 9, 1970. Envelopes
aeto -be plail- marked. Bid 'for
B'. B-ids receive aif ter -dabove
time and date will not be consider-
Dean of .Admlnuit. -b
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 2011
HELEN A. FAVORS,
MARCUS W. FAVORS, JR.,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO:' MARCUS W.' FAVORS, JR.,
6815 Town Bluff Drive, Dallas, Tex-
SYOt-ARE IEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action :for a Contempt Or-'
der has' been filed against you. A
hearing on said' action has been
scheduled before the Honorable W.
L. Fiatrick,' Circuit Court, at
the Giuf County Courthouse, Port
St. Joe, Florida, at 9:00 o'clock
A.M., GST. a t s
'WTNErSS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this the 6th'day of
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
Circuit :Court Clerk .11-19
THu STAR, Port St. Joe, Pta S2 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,1970
Do Installment Buying Cautiously
Tallahassee-If you are planning jurisdiction of the Comptroller's
to pay for your Christmas gifts on Regulatory Division, an artn of
Installment plan,. '"re-read the con- .special, consumer protection which
tract before you sign on:the dotted administers tlqe Retail Installment
line," Comptroller Fred 0. (Bud) Loan Act a.d the Motor Vehicle
Dickinson, Jr., said today. Sales' Finance Act, among others,
Dickinson said all signed docu- Dickinson said.
ments should be read carefully but Regulated under the laws are au-
it's peerless 'advice: when buying tomobile dealers, mobile home coi.
a new appliancec, a television set portions, motorcycle and motor
or even a tnew car on an installment truck companies, as well as ap-
plan. All too many consumers fail pliance and furniture dealers, and
to recognize the difference between all others who sell goods and ser-
the cash price and the deferred pay- vices on installment.
ment price after finance charges Dickinson said that cases of will-
have been added, he noted. ful interest rate padding by Flor-
Last year, the Comptroller's Of- ida merchants are almost nil. No
fice made approximately 950 fin- licenses have been revoked during
knce company audits and discover- the past year under state law.
ed a total of $41,000 in errors on At the same time, Dickinson
installment loans all in the cus- notes that purchasers who enter
tomer's favor. An additional $30,- into installment contracts are more
000 was recovered to customers concerned with getting an "easy
from home improvement over monthly payment price" than they
charges. are with the overall dent in their
Dickinson said that his office re- pocketbooks.
ceived and investigated 1,350 cus-
tomer complaints about installment "It isn't until later that they be-
loans during' the ydar, aid many gin to feel that they were charged
of the-i "rigihiated. during the a high rate of interest. Their worry
Chrisinas buying Sea'son. often leads them t9 call our office,"
Installment loans fall under the the Comptroller said.
Proof of Age Needed When Applying
For Social Security Retirement Pay
"When you apply for retirement fice. The social security office for
benefits, proof of your age is one' this area is located at 1316 Har-
oi the things you must have before prison Ave.
benefit payments can be made,"
according to James C. Robinson,
Manager of the Panama City Social
"Registration of births was not
required by law in the State of
Florida until 1917, and very few
births were recorded before that
year," Robinson said. "This means
that most people, must obtain other
old records of their birth. Probably
the best records other than original
birth certificates are baptismal re-
cords made before age 5, Bible or
family records made in childhood,
school records, old marriage re-
cords, Federal census records, and
delayed birth certificates."
There are very few school or
baptismal records in this area be-
fore 1930. However, almost anyone
can obtain a Federal .census re-
"Anyone nearing retirement age
should check to see if he can find
any of these old records now and
not wait until he retires. This way
his claim won't be delayed while
he is trying to get proof of his
age." Robinson further stated.
The social security office will be
glad. to assist anyone nearing re-
tirement age in obtaining proof of
his age. If. you have 'difficulty in
locating old records of your age,
we can furnish you with a form to
request a Federal census record.
You can obtain, a request form by
calling, writing or visiting the of-
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE .... 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION .. 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
.Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship ............ 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Mpthbdist-Youth Fellowship .......--.......... 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
You Are Cordkilly Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AX.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .. 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Provided here with the hope they
may be helpful to installment buy-
ers are answers to some of the
more frequently posed questions:
What is the makimiIm add-on in-
terest you can be charged, and what
is add-on interest? -
It varies. On the principle of a
car loan, the most add-on interest
you canl be charged is 17 per cent
per year. However, the annual fin-
ance charge varies with the age of
the car (growing higher with older
cars), and should not be higher
than 8 per cent per year for a new-
model car without title:
On other goods and services, the
maximum add-on interest is 10
per cent per annum.
Many people do not realize that
add-on interest is a flat annual
rate, which may add up to as much
as a 51 per cent total interest rate
paid for a car on 36 month terms,
Simple interest gradually de-
creases because always is comput-
ed on the unpaid balance. In some
respects, it might be helpful to shop
interest rates, Diskinson suggested.
SWhat rules should, a prospective
installment buyer consider before
signing on the dotted line?
Read the "'Notice to the Buyer"
(the boldface section) included in
SNever sign a contract if it con-
tains any blank spaces. Check to
make sure that your copy of the
contract which you receive in the
mail is an exact copy of the dealer's
contract. Before signing, you should
have known and approved every
item listed between the cash price
aria the deffered lirice. Remember
that once you've signed, it's too
The law does not require that
you take out insurance with the, otherwise unable to fulfill your
finance company. If insurance is loan obligations.
part of the stipulation for the loan, You can get a refund if you pay
yo'o yourffy installment loan in onej
you can buy the insuace wih a lump payment. This is an "under--
company of your own choosing. stood" agreement in the law and
Don't doubt the credit life and entitles a buyer to receive the
disability insurance coverage. t is amount of "unused interest" back.;
'" from the dealer or merchant. You'd
perfectly legal, and insures the cannot, of course, receive the in- *
.continuation of your payments Iterest on the time which may have
should you become disabled or already elapsed.
Pick Up Your Phone and Place
227 2201 -
* 227 2291
IT'S EASY TO
ORDER BY PHONE ...
410 Reid Avenue Port St.
ONLY 19 Shopping Days
V TIL CHRISTMAS!
You'll find DANLEY'S chock full of those gifts that
will please everyone on your Christmas list!
AUTOMATIC WASHER SALE
Single Speed Automatic
; selection washer loads
Gleaming white porcelain
enamel top and lid
Spin tub, porcelain enamel
SAVE NOW AT
Beautiful Modern styled com.
pact console in grained Wal-
nut color. All new distinctive-
ly designed integral escut.
cheon with front mounted
color controls featuring the
new Zenith Color Command-
Walnut, Spanish or Maple
LANE CEDAR CHESTS ------$75.00
.. .~~~... .. . ,
2 Year Guarantee
Also Available in Queen and King Size
Cabinet type. Solid State Rich Nutmeg Maple with
With AM/FM Radio High Pressure Plastic Top
Stereo -- $149.00 Desk ----$55.00
Handsome Combination Big Man Size
BOOK CASE and GUN Comfortable
Cabinet -.- $88.00 Recliners- -$58.00
I I Ill I ''i
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 324~6 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,1970
NEXT YEAR, DON'T
SGET CAUGHT SHORT
Church Women Sponsoring Ba-zar
Saturday, DVecember 5, at 9:00
A.M., the Oak Grove Assembly of
dod WMC ladies will be holding
their Christmas Bazaar at the
Americanl Legion Hall on Third
Proceeds from the Bazaar will
io toward sponsoring a revival -,
the Spring., '
Mrs. Ray Brant is chairman of
the handcrafts, which will in-
clude aprons, hats, pillow cases,
scarfs, throw pillows of all kinds
and Christmas arrangements.
There will be items from Way-
cross, Ga., such as old fashioned
bonnets, flower arrangements,
etc., by the4 Margaret Harper
Mrs. Agnes Ellis is chairman
of the bakery items: cakes, lane
cakes, pound cakes, coconut and
Mrs. Cecil Ray Pippin, Mrs. Ce- ,
cil Glass and Linda Griffin will
be in "charge of the home made
. chili that will be served.
Mrs. Nelson Gardner anrd Mrs.
W, ,C. Wilson will be in charge of
refreshments, pie, cake and hot
All items for sale will make
lovely Christmas gifts.
The ladies of the WMC are pic-
tured above With some of the
items they have made for the ba-
Everyone is invited to- attend
the bazaar and look around.
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson is pas-
tor of the church and Mrs. Marie
Wynn is president of the WMC.
Join Our Christmas Club
Even Santa can have budget problems around Christ-
mas. That's why he joined our Christmas Club last
~ m ~ m ~ -
- NOTICE -
Until a suitable new location is found for
-the Port St. Joe Animal Clinic, my services
to your community will be temporarily ter-
mnateS: a. : ^~ .
\ OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.l..
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Dec. 3,4 and 5
Potatoes--- 10 Ibs.
Double Luck No. 303 Cans
Green Beans---.. 4 cans
Greatly Increased I
Once again numbers of hunters
in Northwest Florida skyrocketed
over the two opening days Novem-
ber 21 and 22,-increasing from 15,-
772 the first week end to 26,207
during the Thainksgiving Day week,
for a season total of 41,979.
According to thf Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission, figures a
year ago for the same. two week
2 Pound Bag No Boil
Yellow Onions --bag 29c BLEACH UM- gal. 39c
Yellow Ripe Elcor
Bananas ---------, Ib. c Bathroom Tissue 10 for 89c
Cello Bag Georgia Grade "A.'
Carrots--------- ag 15c Medium Eggs----2 doz. 99c
TRELLIS or ARGO GREEN
Limas or Corn
3 cans 1.00
Fresh Ground Full Cut
Hambuger ---- 3 bs. $1.49 Round Steak -------b. 98c
Full Cut 3 Down Small Pork
Rump Roost --- b. 79c Spare Ribs lb. 59c
Boneless GROUND, lb. 89c First Cut
$tew Beef --- lb. 79c Pork Chop --- Ilb. 49c
Chuck Roost-----b. 47c
Whole or Half Slob (Sliced Free)
Slab Bacon---- --- b.
Round Roast----. 79c Slab Bacon--------lb. 45c
WHOLE or SHIANK HALF CURED
ROBERSON S GROCERY
)ver Last Year
ends were 32,530 hunters.
There also has been a heavier
harvest of most game species, Re-
gional Manager Major T. L. Garri-
Deer harvest has increased from
887 in 1969 to 1,132, he said, and
squirrels taken has risen from
9,683 a year ago fo 12,531 this sea
Turkeys, quail and wild hogs
have had slight dec ines, records
show, but the decline is very
small. Totals to date this year are
98 turkeys, 1,690 quail,and 3917 jild
hogs, as compared to 112 turkeys,
2,185 quail and 448 hogs a year ago.
Dove increased from 297 in 1969
to 458 this season on three man-
aged areas that report dovescheck-
ed. Two bear have been taken .this
year, as compared with three har-
vested the first nine days of hunt-
ing last year.
Ducks taken this week end to-
talled, 992, with Aucilla Manage-
ment Area reporting d00 of the to-
tal. The waterfowl season had not.
opened a year ago at this stage of
the hunting season, and compara-
tive figures are lacking. However,
the harvest on management areas
reportedly Was 1,680 birds for the
opener a year ago.
Garrison said attempts are made
to report on the progress, of the
hunters some idea of the hunting
season each week to .give pressure
and amount of game harvested on
areas managed by the Commis-
He said that both hunters and
game species taken on private lands
other than state managed tracts
show comparable increases over
hunting in 1969.
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By The Florida Power Corporafion
Don't let the holidays pass with-
out making this Christmas jam.
This would be an ideal gift for
1 package dried apricots (11 or
12 oz. size)
3% cups water
6 cups sugar
1 can chunk-style pineapple (1
lb. 14 oz.)
1 jar maraschino cherries (8 oz.)
In large saucepan, combine apri-
cots, pineapple and juice, water,
and cherry liquid; let stand 1 hour.
Cook slowly until apricots are
tender. Add sugar and cook slow-
ly, stirring often, until thick and
clear (216 degrees on candy-jelly
thermometer). Add cherries, cut in
quarters; cook a few minutes long-
er (220 degrees). Pour into hot ster-
ilized jars; cover with melted par-
Makes six % pint jars. Use gay
year, and when Christmas came around this year
.p he had enough to fill his pack and a little left over.
Like- Santa, plan ahead, and start saving now.
SFlorida, First National Bank
Is An Exacting Science Too! '
LIKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR
PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE!
There are about as many dif-
ferent types of insurance as there
are specific needs. You can't buy
them all, so it is vitally important
that you consult with an expert,
Call on us at any time!
WE PUT THE "SURE"
IN YOUR INSURANCE
Let's take an example. Do you
know that YOU can be SUED! Some.
one may have an accident on property
you own. That someone can sue you,
his claim can WIPE YOU OUT... un-
less you're properly insured!
\ FIRE BONDS
AT A MINIMUM COST
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Lions Etertain District Members With Spare Ribs, Prizes, Fun
.Portt Joe's Lion's .Club was host to the- The main prize, a color TV, was won by L. C., Port St. Joe Lions' President, Ralph Walton left, gets a few .
:tual Zoie Meeting here Mqnday night at the Martz of Apalachicola. 2Mart is shown abdve be- pointers in Lionism from Zone Chairman, Ray Osborne of Panama
C!e llt e -nBuilding. The Lions provided plenty ing presented with the "polor TV" by Groyer Hol- pointers in ionism from Zone Chairman, Ray fo showing the fun anama
.of.'i. bfu arbecued spare ribs for about 75 vis- land. The set was guaranteed not to give City. Osborne spoke briefly to the ions following the unonday night.
....Lions from Panama City, Lynn Haven and trouble,' because it wouldn't, play to begin with.
''Al.....hico -- Martz was also the winner of a, ham--all wrapped
..."' Tohow what 1goodhosts they were, the Lions' s up in its original hide, hair and squeal. The only Fch re Associatin M e to
ve away a door priz-a real oor off some- thing he had to do was catch it when Troy Mc- Be he ire Association M eetingto
set-toDaylBrazwell ofPanama City Millan turned, it loose n the floor. M I Pl fr F tr xn n on
On November 18, on lanes 1 and bowled high game at 181 and Eve.
2, St. Joe Stevedores won three lyn Smith hqd high series of 452.
games from,.t,. Joe Kraft Loyce On alleys 3j and 4, Florida First
Beaman and Melba Barbee bowled National Bank and Swatts Motor
high games of 192 and Melba had Company split four games. Lois
high series of 493. Anna SmithSmith bowled high game of 191
and a 508 series. Betty had high
game at 172"'and a 467 series.
On lanes 5 and 6, St. Joe Furni-
ture took all four games from Ba-
sic. Opal Howard had high game
of 178 and Dot Hamm high series
of 437. Jan Cumbie had high game
of 122 and high series of 336.
On alleys 7 arid 8, Williams 'Al-
ley Kats won four from AN Rail-
rIad. Eleanor Williams had high
game of 171 and high'series of 497.
Marguerite Scheffer h'ad high
game of 124 and high series of 825.
Standings' W L
St. JoeKraft 34 10
St. Joe Stevedores -----34 10
Fla. Nat. Bank -__--4.- 33 11
St. Joe Furniture ------27 17.
The Tri-Beach Volunteer Fire
Association, formerly Beaches Fire'
Department, will meet Thursday,
December 3 (today) at 7:00 p.m.,
CST at the City Hall on Mexico
Objectives of the meeting are to
discuss, land availability for fu-
ture construction of a fire house,
selection of a fire chief and fire
At the November .19 meeting of-
ficers elected for the coming year
Wfliais Alley Kats .-21
Swatts Motor Co. _--- 17
Basc, Ine .--.-..-- 10.
Some social researchers recently tried
to prove that Good Samaritans are no
They had a man pretend he was ill on
the subway, to see just how many people
would come to his aid.
You've heard of-how crass anduncaring
New York is? Well, you'll be surprised to
learn that an astonishing number of
In other words, men of goodwill still
One of the great frustrations of our time
is that so many people of goodwill aren't
aware that other people feel just as they
do. So all the problems around us con-
tinue to be problems.
We have a booklet. It's called "How One
Town Put Its Faith to Work." And it's free;
It shows how a small group of people
i a I.
changed the entire quality of life in their
city. For the better. All because they were
people who truly wanted to live these
words: "Love your neighbor as you love.
It takes only a postage stamp to learn
how to make a better world.
---Our Love-Your-Neighbor Coupon.---
Religion in American ULife
475 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10017
Please send me your free booklet thaftde- ,
scribes how some concerned people dis-
I covered how to live their Faith,.and how it
started a chain reaction intheircommunity.
I My name. is
Advertising contributed for the public good
a. ,. .. -- : '-
were president, Ralph Bush; vice.
president, George Hunter; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Ralph Bush;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jo-
seph Rehberg; treasurer, Bill Lyles;
publicity, Mrs. Bill Lyles; ways and
means, Mrs. Marvin Owens; chair-
man, charter and by-laws commit.
tee, Mrs. Wilberta Hamilton.
All residents of -St. Joe Beach,
Beacon Hill, Overstreet and Mexico
Beach are urged to attend tonight's
Nobody's been able to tell if Charlie Norton, center, is good
: for anythifig else or not, but the Lions' will all verify that he makes
the best chief cpok they ever had. Charlie presided over the cook-
ing of over 100 pounds of spare ribs for the Lions Zone Meeting
held here Monday night. Charlie's "apprentice", left, is Lion Wen-
dell Whittaker. To the right and rear is "freeloader" Charlie Wall
"playing" a spare rib like a harmonica. -Star photos
RALPH & HENRY'S'
STANDARD SERVICE STATION
Phone 227-3056 113 Monument Ave.
at Ralph & Henry's Standard
(FORMERLY VrTTUM'S STANDARD SERVICE)
Now Owned and Operated by
RALPH PAIR and HENRY RAIFORD
Free Grease Job
With Purchase of Oil and Filter Change '
Thursday, Friday- and Saturday Only
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
All Sizes White Wall Passengar Car Tir*s
or 2 for $20.00
Beg. '$13.00 each or i
l 2 for $25.00
As Long As Our Present Stock Lasts
tM IITAp pkv** TWRSDAY, DECEMB*R 3, IM
p6!* at. .40%
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,1970 PAGE ELEVhn
:H nd SONS' IGA
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
IGA BAKERY PRODUCTS
Are Baked by Holsum Baking Co., an Established
Name In Baked Goods
Nat. Adv. I IGA You
Price low price I Save
1 Lb., 8 Oz.
Sandwich iLOAF 41 c 31c 10c
Buttermilk LOAF 2/72c | 2/53c 19c
Wheatt-READ | 36C I 25c I lic
Rye BREAD 39c | 25c 14c
Honey Meal Bread 39c 29c 1 0c
Package of 8
Package of 8
Hot Dog Buns
Brown and Serve
-45c 3 3 -c
CAKE MIXES ,--3pkgs. $1.00
LADY SCOTT 200 Count Packages
FACIAL TISSUE--- 3--
ROBIN HOD -- With $10.00 Order or More
TABLERITE B FO L .I S -- TABLERITE
CHUCK STEAK ----lb. 68c Canne AMS --31b.can $2.88
TABLERITE ROUND l cNE FROSTY MORN
SHOULDER ROAST lb. 88c SLICED BACON ------lb. 59c
GROUND BEEF.- 3 lbs. $1.47
FROSTY MORN 12 Ounce Package
F'R AN KS -
Needs no refrigeration!
APPLE, PEACH, CHERRY,
PAMPERS OVERNIGHT Package of 12
DISPOSABLE DIAPERS ------pkg. 88c
TABLERITE BEEF OUR OWN PAN
SHORT RIBS ------lb. 39c SAUSAGE------- I--b. 39c
TABLERITE BEEF FRESH PORK
BRISKET STEW --- lb. 88c SPARE RIBS --------b.
20 Oz., c
MORTON 11 Ounce Package
Frozen Dinners --
2 pks. 89c
Perch Fillets --- lb. pkg.
CANNED BISCUITS .... 6 pak 53c
ROBERTS 16 Ounce Package
VANILLA WAFERS ----pkg.
BABY FOOD------- 5 jars
PORK & BEANS
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
2 Doz $1.09
FASCINATION BRAND 10 Ounce, Box
Chocolate Covered CHERRIES-- box 49c SWEET FLORIDA
Oranges, Tangerines, Tangelos 39
Freah Green Bunches
For 35 CHERRY TOMATOES39c
STRAWBERRIES ---- pint 37
Pole Beans lb. 29c
LOOK WHAT 1Oc WILL BUYI
Bags $100 Cello Bag
Florida TURNIPS, MUSTARD, COLLARDS
AVACADOS------ ea. 19c Large Bunches FRESH GREENS
WHITE and YELLOW
Garden Fresh CORN
Sweet Potatoes lb.
DECEMBER 2, 3, 4 and 5
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and SOns
- --- -------
THE MR, Port St. Jok tkW
SAVE CASH AT RICWS -- NOT STAMPS
jP-MAaWFWuVS P3S C
WHATTYOU SHOULD KNOW
- ... ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION:
Over one million accidental poisonings occur yearly. A
frightening number, over one third, happen to children
under five. The National Safety Council Report lists over
1800 fatalities from accidental poisonings in a recent year
...praticall 2% of all accidentatdeaths in the home. By
observing a few simple rules you can prevent one of these"
tragedies from happening to your family. Prevent acciden-
tal poisonings by keeping poisons out of the reach of chill
dren and clearuyjabel all poisonous substances. If poison-
Ing doesoccur, calla doctor immediately, then administer
emergency treatment Ilf yd6i'66unsure of thi propel first.
ald.for.poisonihgprocedure, now is a goo time to learn it.
Pickup afroe Poison Antidote Chart at our texall Pharmacy
today. Help reduce the unnecessarily hikh toll of tragic-
' j aths1ue to accidental poisoning ir
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the person! attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
Buzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue Phone 227-338871
Drive-In Window Service Plenty of Fre Parding
Five Cub Scouts 'Receive Awards
At Pack Meeting Monday Night
Cub Scout Pa9k No. 47 held its ceived his Bobcat pin.
November meeting in the high Webelo Scouts receiving awards
school commons area Monday. were: ,Mano Whitehead, Sportsman
Den I held the opening ceremony. and Engineer and Charles Costin,
Js. Taylor's i n 4 resented an Athlete. Cub Costin was also pre-
outstanding 's~0fFion pioneer days. scented Webelo colors.
Thedrama depicted fighting among Den 3 gave the closing ceremony
the early settlers and e Indians, and refreshments were served.
the early settlers and the s Cubmaster Gainous welcomes
smoking of the peace pipe and the Ferrell Allen as a Den Dad for
iruce which led ,t6the foundation Ferrell Allen as a Den Dad for
otr hicreat ato teouAtei. Den Dad for Den 5 and announces
of our great nation of America.
The cast of characters were: Dan. Pack No. 47 will march in the
iel.Boone, Mark Scott; Johnny Ap- C stas parade -
pleseed, Scott Little; Jim Bowie,
Kent Smith; Davy Crockett, Rick Firmen
Taylor; Red Feather, Ronald Mil- DeC
ler,- Geronimo, Jeffrey Wood and Offering Turkeys
Akela, Jeff Little.
Den Chief Wayne Gable did a The Tri-Beach Volunteer Fire As,
very good job in assisting Mrs. Tay- sociation will have a turkey shoot
lor with the skit and the authentic saturday, December 5 at 10:l 0 a.m.,
.scenery. CST at the boat storage marina on
Presentations of awards by Cub- Mexico Beach.
master Joel Gainous were to Blane Hot chili, coffee, cake and pie
Cox of Den 2 and George Simmons, will be served.
Den 5 who received the Wolf Guns will be furnished who do
Badge. Jeffrey Wood of Den 4 re- not have a gun of their own.
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"(Continued from Page 1)
tive of the- fact that public sen-
timent and police action has been
able to preserve a better situa-
tion here in Port St. Joe, in dif-
ficult times, when so many other
area schools are having consid-
White then asked the Commis-
sion if the "Bi-racial Committee"
is appointed or sponsored by the
City. "If the City does not spon-
sor them, who appointed the
committee?" White asked.
Mayor Frank Pate answered
that the City was in no way con-
nected with the "bi-racial com-
mittee", and "so far as I know,
they appointed themselves".
White didn't give his reasons
for wanting this information.
Tuesday night, the City Com-
mission again discussed their
need for a dragline. Commission-
er Bob Holland had attended an
Army surplus sale in South Car-
olina to try and buy one at auc-
tion,' but Holland reported he
found nothing worth buying.
After considerable discussion,
Mayor 'Palte recommended that
: the City make an offer to Square
Deal Machinery Company on a
machine bid to the City in a call
for bids* a month ago. Square
Deal had offered a machine used
for six months for $25,000, $10,-
000 less than the new price. Two
new machines were also offered
in the bidding--one new one
identical to Square Deal's ma-
chine for $35,000 and a second
one considered to be not as good
as the other two for $30,000. The
Board turned down the two bids
on'new machines for lack of fi-
nances to pay cash.
Commissioner Tom Coldewey
recommended that since the City
needs to either purchase a ma-
chine or do expensive repairs to
the old one, he would recom-
mend offering Square Deal $22,-
500 for the used machine bid.
4The Board agreed to Coldewey's
S PERMISSION TO FILL
The Board gave their permis-
sion Tuesday night to St. Joe Pa-
per Company to fill in a recent-
ly approved bulkhead line locat-
ed near the present City sewage
disposal plant. The filling opera-
tion is designed to help prevent
any future spillage of bark into
St. Joseph Bay, which the com-
pany has been accused of in the
The City agreed to offer the
permission to fill in behind the
bulkhead, writing, in the provi-
sion that Ciy kuse of the area as
outfall for treated sewage efflu-
ent would not be hampered.
The approval for filling must
,also come from the County and
the state Internal Improvement
Larry R. Whitfield
Sp4 Larry R. Whitfield has-re-
cently been presented with the
Bronze Star medal 'by the U. S.
Army for heroic action while
serving in Vietnam. Whitfield
earned the award on the Cam-
bodian mission earlier this year.
Whitfield, who serves with the
First Cavalry Division was pre-
sented with the Commendation
Medal last year.
Whitfield is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Whitfield of High-
Midnet Investments That Y eld
I will no longer Ble responsible
for debts other than those incurred
by me personally.
4tp-12-3 DEVONE C. "ELL
NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 100
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on the following des.
cribed vehicle:: ;
'One 1971 Two Ton Truck Cab
and Chassis with 8' x 12' dump body
with following specifications:
'1. Minimum 149" wheelbase.
2. Minimum 84" cab to axle.
3. Minimum 292 cubic inch 6 cyl.
engine, 170 hp. with oil filter.
4. Four speed transmission.
5. 5000 lb. front axle.
6. 15,000 lb. 2 speed rear axle.
7. 2250 lb. aux. rear springs.
8. 9300 lb. rear main springs.
9. Six 20 x 6.0-6 hole disc.
10. Six 8:25 x 20-10 ply tube type
tires with tubes.
11. 8' x 12' flat bed dump body
mounted with hydraulic 7" double
12. Heater and defroster.
13. Turn signals and emergency
14. Two speed electric windshield
15. Heavy duty rear-view mirrors
mounted on each door.
16. Heavy duty frame mounted
vacuum brake boosters.
17. Minimum 24,000 lb. G.V.W.
18. Paint-black body with white
20. Include all standard equip-
ment and safety features.
21. Equal or better all above
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to accept or reject any
or all bids.
Bids must be submitted to the
City Clerk's office, P. 0. Box "A",
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, no la-
ter than 12:00 Noon December 15,
1970. Bid opening will be held at
the regular City Commission meet-
ing, December 15, 1970, at 8:00 p.m.
in the Municipal Building, Port St.
Vehicle must be bid F.O.B. Port
St. Joe, Florida.
Bidders are requested to submit
bid in item sequence.
C. W. BROCK 12-3
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
MARVIN FAY WOOD,
ELIZABETH JANE BUCKLES
TO: ELIZABETH JANE BUCKLES
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for divorce has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any. to it on Fred N. Wit-
ten, Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is Post Office Box 87, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or before
January 4, 1970, and file the ori-
ginal with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on November 30, 1970.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Court 4t-12-3
Law Enforceimeni Officers Challenge
Jaycees to Benefit Basketball Game '
Beall Elected State
John A. Beall, manager of wood
procurement for St. Joe Paper Co.,
has been elected Secretary-Treasur-.
er of the Florida Forestry Associa-
Beall will supervise the finan-
cial affairs of the 1,000-member
statewide forestry organization and
provide for regular financial au-
.He -will also spearhead the or-
ganization's membership develop-
ment program in Gadsden, Liberty,
Gulf, Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson
and Leon Counties.
Two Get Letters
At Marion Institute
Marion Institute, Marion, Ala-
bami recently awarded letters to
its varsity football players.
, Young men from Port St. Joe
earning football letters at the
school this year were Dennis At-
chison, son of Mrs. Jean Atchison
and Jimmy Lancaster, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Lancaster.
I "Everybody Reac
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- HUNTER'S SPECIAL: 1955 Willys
vate bath, 528 Corner of Sixth Jeep. Excellent running condi-
Street and Woodward Ave. 2t-26 tion. First $500 takes it. Call 227-
7616. Pete Ferris, tfc-11-26
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house. Call Smith's Pharmacy. FOR SALE: Triumph 2000, 1967, 4-
door, 23,500 miles. Needs paint
FOR RENT: Furnished house for job. Current year licensed Illinois
couple or small family. 3 bed- DA4313. See Sam, trailer next to
rooms. On large lot at White City. Conoley's Oyster Bar, opposite Du-
Phone 229-2103. tfc-11-26 ren's Store. $1100 or best offer. 3p
FOR RENT: Furined apartments
and trailer spaee. Bo's Wimico
Lodge, White City. Phone 229-2410.
FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot-'
tages. Reasonable monthly rates.
Phone 227-3491 or 227.8496. tf-8-13
FOR RENT: Trailer spaces. Water
furnished. Cable TV option. St.
Joe Beach, DeSoto St. Phone 648-
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large,
nice, 7 room brick house. Central
heat, and air, conditioned: Nice
neighborhood. Phone 227-8536 af-
ter 5 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 SALE: Sets of drums. Co
plete trap set. Phone 229-4881.
FOR SALE: 1962 Fairlane Ford V
Good condition. Call Charlie W
FOR SALE: 1969 50cc Suzuki m
orcycle. Good condition. 1308 N
Clellan. Ph. 227-7972. tfc-1:
FOR SALE: Small business a
Gulf Service Station. Will
nance. Half down and $50.00
month. Call 229-2106 or 229-448:
FOR APPLIANCE, heating and :
frigeration repairs call 229-63:
FURNITURE: Coffee tables, be
side tables at savings. Cabir
work. Many pieces of small furi
ture. See at shop, 403 Madison
Oak Grove. Picture frames al:
William Hall, 227-5021. 3tp-11.
FOR SALE: Bumper racks for n
torcycle, $15. Infant car bi
$5. 160' vinyl covered fence wi
metal posts $30. Call 229-6336. I
FOR SALE: Dodge V-8, 4-door
dan. Good rubber ahd good n
chanical condition. $150 cash. 1
FOR SALE: 1 Youngstown kitch
1 40" Tappan gas range. I
condition and price see at 601 16
WANTED: 120 gallon or larger p
pane gas tank. Phone 229-6270
FOR SALE: Cox tent camper.
months old. Sleeps 6. Gas sto
ice box, sink and water tank. C
be seen at 1412 Palm Blvd. af
4:30 p.m. 3t-1
FOR SALE: 2 nice men's XL st
$10.00 each. Couch, $25.00. (
heater, $5.00. Phone 648-3241.
FOR SALE: 1965 Ford LTD, 4-d
hardtop. Factory air, pov
brakes, steering, automatic. N1
paint, good tires. $995. See J.
Odum or call 227-7621.
FOR SALE: 3 gas wall heat
vented type. Fans and there
stats. $35.00 each or all 3 for $
Gulf Sands Motel. Ph. 648-3188.
FOR SALE: 1947 Jeep. Runs go
$300. Gulf Sands Motel. 648-31
FOR SALE: Dressed catish. Phi
I MB nw servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. It
you have human hair or syn-
thetic which you would like
to have serviced quickly at
low prices ...
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9-24 JANICE STOKES tfc
NOW OPEN: Cloteal's Beauty Shop
in White City. Open Monday thru
Friday. Phone 229-2755 for appoint-
ments; Cloteal Burke, owner and
THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your lo-
cal dealer for PHENTEX YARN
nas a Iai-cr- -e HA #%f varn fe
FOR SALE: 1964 Custom Ford.
Good condition. Call 229-2414. tfe
MAN or WOMAN
Reliable person from this area to
service and collect from automatic
dispensers. No experience needed.
We establish accounts for you. Car,
references and $995.00 to $1885.00,
cash capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours
weekly nets excellent monthly, in-
come. Full time more. For local
interview, write, include telephone
number, Eagle Industries, 3938
Meadowbrook Road, St. Louis Park,
SEE ME FOR UNIQUE GIFTS. La-
dies 18 K. 25 jewel Waltham wrist
watch, life guarantee. Antiques, all
kinds. Lamps greatly reduced.
Beautiful imported glassware. Call
227-7461 or appointment tfc-11i-25.
CHRISTMAS CARDS: No, it's not
too early to buy. Stop in, and
browse through the famous Master--,
piee 'line. Star Pub. Co. 306 Will-
has a large selection on "eyameor
your knitting and crochet needs LOST lemon-white and one liver-
We have many gift items at th white bird dogs. Each have col.
COTTAGE SHOPPE, red and white lars. One with 'T. W. Hinote 361
building on Hiway 98, Beacon Hill. and other, ". G. Costin, Si., 7
8111" engraved on collars. Finder
QUALITY HANDMADE IMPORTS call 229-3626. tf-10-8
from the Far East. Many sizes
copper, brass, Kashmir walnut, se-
sham and rosewood tables. Brass BICYCLE REPAIRS
lamps. Buffalo horn, rosewood and 4-BBUILT BICYCLES
ivory carvings. Antiques 75 to 200 Take In trad
years old, few 17th century pieces.New and Used
Large selection of small items to JOFNINew and Used
choose from. For that extraa special JOHNNIE'S TRIM SHOP2-
or the unusual gift come to Chris' 310 4th St. Ph. 227-2001
Gift Shop, Mexico Beach Shopping
Center, Mexico Beach. End of year
sale on now. Open daily noontil SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Ca
six p.m. until Dec. 21. 2tc-12-3 ford Grffi. Phone 229-237.
WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy-
press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos. TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly and removed or trimmed. Call
no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, hard- 653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
ware and appliances. PRIDGEON
BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitch.
ka. tfc-6-11 POR
WILL CARE FOR children in my
home by hour or day. Large
fenced in yard, children's yard
equipment and toys. Bunny Miller,
510 7th St. Phone 229-5967. 2tp-3
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
RAYvS TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
ter | RADIO and TV REPAIR
L2-3 PHONE 2294108
2its 1319 McClellan Ave.
oor PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
12-3 HURLBUT FURNITURE
one 306 Reid Ave.
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Jo*
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Pla.
Call 2294986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M,-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RA.M.,
Ist and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, See.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
irg second arnd fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty.
I They Get Results -
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Sp4 LARRY R. WHITFIELD
THE W;p, PiO J joijrll 3245 TMRSAY, ECENIER 2
The Gulf County Law Enforce-
ment Association has thrown the
gauntlet of challenge in the face
of the Port St. Joe Jaycees all
for the sake of providing a mer-
rier Christmas for some under-
The law enforcement group
has offered a challenge to the
Jaycees to a basketball game to
be played in the high school gym-
nasium, at a date to be decided
on by both parties.
All proceeds received from the
game will be used to help finance
the annual Jaycee shopping tour
Mr. and Mrs. JackSheffield, Don-
nie Sheffield, Mrs. Ralph Branch,
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sheffield and
Roy Norris attended the funeral
of Mrs. R. E. Daniels in Donalson-
ville, Ga., recently. Mrs. Daniels
is the sister of Jack and Roscoe
Sheffield, the aunt of Donnie Shef-
field and Mrs. Branch.
and Christmas party given under-
privileged children in the coun-
ty. Watch for the game date.
All Your 'Roaches
or your money back
All You Can Lose is i