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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for' the /Apalachicola.Chattahoochee Valley"
iRTY-FOURTl YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 "iRSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970 NUMBER 16
V~jt y. -YEA R P ST. J FLORID 3 Ir.
tte t Rev. es Wardlow Moving Here o try lub itrs Agree to
qiu ge Work FronM nesotatPastor StJames r
nt ...ofSt.epis.ca ur ues Accept County's Offer of Property
"Long.-awited drainage, ,work The Vestry and communicants Wardlow has served missions in
and imp.ovements will get under-i of St." James Episcopal Church, Yukon Territory and Province of I
wayaMonday, mptning on- Niles ai-e pleased to announced that Saskatchewan. He served in the t
'Roadaccording to announcement the ;,Reverend Mr. James Ward- .Canadian "Army Infantry as in-
this week by the Department of low, Saulf Ste Marie, Michigan, structor. ,
Transportatioil. has accepted the call to be Prfest After turning to Ireland, he St. Joseph's Bay Country Club for that meeting. decide Which course to take. per announced he would build a
. ':The State, Department agreed in. Charge of St. James. later caied to the United States took its second giant step toward The County Commission had The Club has some $35,000 in country club, golf course com-
saveral mbnths ago to. enlarge dlow was born January and was appointed Rector, St. reality inside a 'Week Monday, a plot of approximately 2b0 acres membership dues and $265,000 in plex with priv ate financing. He
drainage under Nlles R at .1, 1910 in Belfast, Ireland. He Luke's, IHastiigs, Minnesota. In following an offer of an appropri- become available, to them near loans pledged by the Farmer's has said recently that he will
orge ,Wshigton. Bran o. was ucated adgt Jude's Parish c 1951, he was ppointed*Priest-in- ate plot of land on which to build Port St. Joe's city.limits, which Home Administration. Costs of hold up on his project to see if
i off excessive water h aool, Belfast llege of Tech'- I 111 the facility early last week. could be presented to the Coun. the land and construction bids 'the Country C0lub can get going
uniul teg, in the Easter sve- r,' o cadua, _with certifi- The Board of Directors of the try Club, free of charge for con- came .to around $350,000, which with the promise of land at no
.of PoitSt. Jo front 1Qth atqs in Arts an,CderceHe St. Joseph's Bay Country Club, struction tf a planned 18-hole was, more than the Club could cost. "If they build, I will
et to the ity its entered the U versity ofM- "n at a special meeting Monday, vot- golf course swii dining pool, ten- come upwith,. abandon my an"s fo6 construe-
e CouMty CCoission has re-" nanuel C6lleg t Univrsity of ed to accept a land donation nis courts, plain ground and When it loked s if the lpro- tion of a golf course Tapper
testedd .hisork be done. wice Sastch g .ad g with which has been tentatively offer- club housq.. ject would fail," Gtorge:'G. Tad-- said ,
year h DOT mA d to. Teoe d if the dy s tailscan be worked 'r weror ., 4'
Iave the ttio1 drai0ie '"f 'iC the' Iroard of County, The Club h cj. bed quoted ''a 'A *
edse M sal iss s. price pp n. $4 '
Al.;ae s' e p s to oeo, FA." 19 d The sectorss of the Cour t pcimnep k as
ipete. He said traffic would be M m try Club are ng to have the the Clbdid not ha e e'
Pter tedt oh the.rqad .Jn -, .An ews, details ofth'ahwid donation arid s -money .to build as planned, so
duringthe installation of the vs. ..+ a -the remai~Dng.'other F.H.A. re- the program has been hanging
S ira i w ags s, es a d' were held quirements :9 oeted in time y since that time, while trying to
M a .4ay Lrt 11mte.'. r nhelto
ir r r nar n s hr.o, Mrs. Star Eu gain Sharks to Host=
AI' -Statey.' Team Joe. Mre. Ae drewas. passed away For Next Week .u d
m Saturday morning in a loal li s- ,ourne
'O pitaSt oJoelS Sharks p l ,f .wing lengthy illness. The Star will go into the mail Tourney
Four of Port e. C nsofficiated early again next week due to Port St. Joe's basketball Sharks.
were nominated ,fr All .State at the service. Gravside services REV. JAES WARDLOW 'the New Year holiday on Friday. will be at full strength for the
.honors ..othe ek e a were held t : P..., CS, at a You 'ill receive your next first time this season when they'd
result of th e'. outsnding work .. charge St. Pa.'s Misson Clar- Yo l' '
duriigthe sase Pai e Cemetery in e Ne ts week's issueon-Wednesday. host a.Co stmad tournament be-
during the p season. Holines i,. fence, ew an i
Chosen fb '.firt-o 'nsivj oles ht first Rector, i'1952, when St. Going to press, early, makes it ginning iesday. of next week.
were ~ g bak ors d. ~-~ew nan een a rest- Pauls obtn aris srits e. necessary hatwq receive all ad. Entering the tournament with
n, w gained niyr a dya mo P t. Joe for 16 years, July 1959, 'cepted a o vertising andnew~ epy by Mon-. the Sharks will bd the.Iutherford
d yards du'ng t! sea- moving ~ e, fro eFuniak St. James in Sault Sainta. 'day' afternoon at B:00 p.m. High Rans, the Bay A- gh Torna-
ls ch;osn on the o+ -' nga" .e .us a ~uave, of gan. After next Week's issue, The d es and' the Blountfto i T"i
s.e tea .w..s ce Mik im- Hol,.Mes Mrs. Andrws W has s ed Star will again beon its regular gyrs. ,
b who was on g was a t ap ember of BI nd Thday morning schedule. Bay HI' and Rut u rf-roll
th' FSihark t on,'bot h aersee abd .Itis i.T te Powt St. Joe. Executive Bci diocese ih m open the ow' '7 00 p.m.
werqse all stn. l l"a Survi.vork, 1eiude: a daughter, then iarygi .wedto .Pr Tue.sds l lSharks..
1. I u k -'as no '. _.. .l. 1;t. o sons, .. pg'" g'. i error' !,4 ,, -
ed it te.se coolnesJe.i. 'F.uni dmsrviesi al Relations, eoAbR_ of. t heNeYn n drn
honos oe te d'ass pa thls e. Tuesday'. gaae will meea for J .rf_
All State hnprs. Cadketeirers weretC. G. eos- ,ln~iila Pastor's ~anng Board, Thead states th a an Olen Mills ti 'tournam chn t lonhip.
Perry Atkison, another Shark ti SrLD. .L Lewis, George D e- member of MiganrHlnan t Asa- photographer will in the store The Sharks .IVs fost to all
who made his mark going oth vis, Frank Pate, Otis Pyle and iaton..He is.pre~ntly on the Monday, December 20. The ad threeteamsbyverynarrowmar. Santa Claus was on hand for the Jacee Chstmaspty Sat-
ways, was chosen as' a defensive John wch. a bCitizena uncil for .youth, decl- should read "Monday, December ging while playing with only six urday afternoon, held at the Parish ,se, passing out goodies
safety on the All State second Prevatt Funeral Home was i ing'with y6 thftil offenders and 30". A ease of those '"hurry up" mec during the early part of the and gifts to the 20 underprivileged Gulf County children in attend-
team. ,- charge anazgments. -'- C6nt n0ed from Page 8) gremlins at work. regular season schedule. ance. i-Star photo
0; a *:j czeftr,1Mk~ *i--'i .4
SShrk 'End' Seaso As R-ner-Up In State Class
Port St. Joe's tough defense worked, as usual, hangs on the leg of Wildwood's All-State Wayne
as shown in the good pursuit above, but couldn't. Allen while Kloskia Lowery, foreground and Ar-
stop the strong 'Wildwood Wildcat drive in the chie Shackleford get ready' to help in stopping
vicinity of the end zone. An unidentified Shark' Allen. -Star photo
While 'ail of Port St. ,Joe was
disappointed that the Sharks
were unable to bring home the
state Class "B" football chaim-
pionshjp Friday .night, the team
still' lesented the City with a
good Christmas present by earn-
ing the runner-up spot state-wide.
The Sharks bowed 30-0 to a
quick and rugged Wildwood team
-the' exact score they lost, to
Baker 'n the first rounds pf last
Port St. Joe fans' turned out
for the championship game, held
in Leesburg, 300 miles) away,
nearly 159p strong and came but
of their seats with enthusiasm as
the-Sharks received the I kick-off
and promptly pushed the ball -to
the Wildwood 32 yard line. The
Wildcats Elijah Jackson stopped
the drive by intercepting one of
the' three Roberts passes to be
grabbed by Wildwood defenders
during the night, stopping the
The Sharks held the Wildcats
on their first series of downs af-
ter the interception, 'however
and again drove to the Wildwood
four yard line helped. by a 15
yard penalty against the Wildcats
and a short ppss up the middle
to Eddie Holland. But the Sharks
were unable in four tries to score
and from that point' bn, things
weit from bad to wprse.
Halfback Alfred Corbin put the
Wildcats on the road with a 46
yard run 'to the Sharks 35 and
Wayne Allen scored' on a two
yard run to, give. the Wildcats
th* impetus ,they needed to go,
ahead and win. -Alfred Corbin
ran the.two poinr conversion over
giving Wildwod&, an eight point
lead with 7:30 left in the half.
The Sharks,, evidently trying
too hard to.cpme back after the
score, fumbled thet kick-off and
the Cats recovere- oni the Shark
24. The Cats worked the ball to
the three yar<;lin whre a short
pass from ii Ie lichlWs to Tonm
Wiley scored agan 'for the Wild-
wood team. Corbin rail the extra
'point over for the co version.to
give Wildwood a 1 -Q( lead.
The Sharks drove '.t the Wild-'
wood 31 late in eth, second per-
iod for the Sharks second threat
at scoring, but werI unable to
put a scoring play together.
'As the second half got under.
way, the Sharks stopped the Wild-
cats on their own 45 after the op-
ening kick-off. The Cats punted
to, the Shark five .where they
took over the .ball. On the first
play, the' Wildcat linebackers'
which charged Chuck Roberts all
night long, making the .passing
garpe virtually impossible, smash-
ed into tle hand-dff causing a
fumble, ahnd Ronald Allen-flopped
on the loose ball in the end zone
to score again for Wildwood. Cor-
ky Jones ran the extra two points.
Again the Sharks fumbled on
the kick-off and Corky Jones, a
ball hawk all' night long, 'scooped
up the loose ball on the Shark 30.
The Sharks dug in, but the Cats
worked the ball to the one. yard
line where Jones ran over to
score. The extra point was no
good, but the Wildcats had a 30-0
lead-with four minutes left in the'
Although the Sharks moved
the ball good against the Cats,
three fumbles and three pass in-
terceptions were just too many
mistakes to overcome.
Late in the third period, the
Sharks began to move with a
20 yard pass from Perry Atkison
to Norris Langston which netted
an additional 15 yards w en the
Wildwood defenders piled on
Langston as he made the catch.
But the dve was stopped when
CoI ..s hied in'his third
intei'eptipn of' the night. ,
Tt' Sharks were threatening
agaW in the last period for 'their
fourth time in the game. But with
the Sharks on the Wildcat seven
yard line with only seconds to
play. The Cats again stopped the
Sharks on downs' and ran the
The Cats had evidently-,done
their homework well, since 'they
concentrated on stopping Lang-
ston's wide sweeps and Roberts'
pin-point: pi sizg with their
mighty i'ushes, These two maneu-
vers had4 been the Sharks bread
and buttr plays all year long.
V Wildwood. PSJ
First Downs -------- 14 .18
Rushing Yardage -- 270 108
Passing Iardage -------20 55
Passes'- 1-5 4-17
Interceptd by ----- --3 0
Punting 2-31 0
Fumbles Lost ------- 2 3
Yards Penalized ------... 179 45
Score by quarters:
Wildwood --.-- 0 16 14 0-30
Port St. Joe ...- 0 0 0 0--0 -,
10c PER COPY
PAETOTUSADCEBR2,17 HRDADCME 417
What a wonderful, happy, festive, spicy time of year
is Christmas! A time we have been eagerly awaiting for
"a whole year to happen again. We must confess that
.some of the days before Christmas can be a bit irksome,
and all of the hustling and bustling and buying and bund-
ling and boxing and tinseling has gotten way out offhand;
but for millions of children of all ages, it is the only time
,of the year when we can make dreams come true-and'
that, my friends, is not to be sneezed at!
Were reminded of those old stories beginning with
the words, "Christmas isn't what it used to be ." But
maybe it isn't what it used to be -. it's more.
First, there's Santa Claus, and he will never let us
down. We all have memories of those absolutely fascinat-
ing days of being a child with every inch of our bodies
tingling over pe thought of jolly old Saint Nick climb-
ing down the chimney'and leaving all those special things
we asked for. Remember writing those letters to Santa,
telling him how good you had been all year (and the
promises to be better next year)'? .Sometimes we wonder
when and where the innocence of childhood. leaves us.
We can't remember seeing it g:'-- but we must remeir
ber that it is still here, all around us.
We read with nostalgia one writer's remembering
S"Chrisa as During the Depression Years", recently in
which the writer described Christmas and the expectancy
of children during that time in history when nobody could
expect ~anything that cost money. We remember, too,
when Chistmas meant a red wagon or a basketball, or a
baseball glovb, or bat and ball -- all to be shared with
three brothers. Christmas also meant a box of fruit,
a sack of candy and some nuts. Maybe it was appreciated
more then, because we expected such frivolous things less
than they are expected now.
And Christmas time is the time to pause to remember
the true. meaning of Bethlehem, and the Manger, and the
Star in the East. .Time to renew our faO h in our fellow
men apd t6 rededicate ourselves to the task of making
this a-better world in which to live. Time, to pray for
Too Late To Classify
S' By Russell Kay
It is gratifying to note that coming more and more complex
the government has finally ,con- and more and more costly.
sidered, the plight of our rail-
roads and is seriously seeking a The porbem of plane high.
=...jacinghas noot r bealy een solv-
ed and those boarding a nlane to-
While the plan recently ad-
vanied by Transportation Sicre-
'tary John Volpe, which would
shrink passenger service to 16
major routes, may not be the
-best solution, it at least indicates
that we are aware of the ser-
iousness of the situation' and
are trying to do something a-
No matter what plan may be
proposed, it is not going to suit
everybody. Here in Florida ob-
jection hgas already been raised'
because' pnly, the Florida east
coast has 'been designated for
one of the major routes with no
provision for the west coast.
But we have to start some-
where. I am confident that if
the plan proves practical that a
secondary system interconnecting
additional systems and areas will
Our airlines, as good as they
are, cannot meet the N growing
need for national, fast, safe tra-
vel. Modern airports capable of
handling our air traffic are be-
day never know whether they
will reach their. destination as
scheduled or whether they will
wind up in Cuba or some other
iAundreds of thousands of air
passengers who counted on the
speed and comfort of air travel
have been pushed about in over-
crowed air terminals, experienced
unbelievable delays 'a s they
reached their destination only to
'find that they would have to wait
for hours to land and wish they
had been smart enough to take
If we can speed up and sharp-'
ly improve the convenience and
. comfort of train travel, which can
be done through faster train
schedules, better service and
* added passenger comforts and
entertainment, it should go a
long way toward reviving rail-
road passenger' travel.
If we can start with only i6
major super-routes with fast,,
comfortable, safe rail transporta-
tion, we will 'soon find that
Pubilshed Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,;
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer. Columnist, Reporter oof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
. PoSTOFFICE Box 808. PHONE 227-8161
V Porr ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postotflce, Port St. Joe,
Lorida, under Ant of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS, $1.73 THREE MO$.. 9127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommieslons In advertisemet, the publisher
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount receivedd for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed wold Is thougtfly
weighed. o The spoken word barely asserts;- the prlned word thoroughy con-
innca. The spoken word is lost; the printed wor reman.
those, including our own, held
out so much of our world. F
unto us a son is given: and th
his shoulder: and his name
Counsellor, The mighty God,-
Prince of Peace. (Isaiah 9:6
other routes can be added that
provide similar service. So, let's
give Volpe a chance and not kill
the whole effort by screaming be-
cause this or 'that city or area p,
not included in the original p; ,
A, sincere effort mus( alI8 fBe'
made to sell the public on'14t6
need of support for our iailrbad.r
Prior to the air age we"hadida-:
veloped some splendid trains,
particularly, those operating be-
.tween Chicago and the ar west.
[ / '
Dry Woods Calls
For Alert Hunters
The Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission has called on
all hunters to do their part in
preventing forest fires in Flor-
According to Commission Di-
rector, Dr. 0. E. Frye, the pres-
ent dry conditions have set the
stage for forest fires and hunters
should exercise every caution in
preventing such possibility. A
.forest fire at this time and under
,the present conditions could be
devastating to Florida's forests.
Frye said, "We do not plan at
the moment to restrict hunting
activity, and feel confident that
when the hunters realize the dan-
ger of forest fire, they will take
all protective and preventive mea-
sures to eliminate wild fires."
A recent ban on open fires in
central Florida \will prohibit all
camping, cooking and warming
fires by hunters. Sportsmen in
other dry areas of the state can
.enact their own ban by eliminat-
ing the warming fire and reduc-
ing camp and ,cooking fires.
Frye stated that most of the
public hunting land in Florida is
Sin private ownership, and much
of this land is owned by the For-
est Product Industry. It is the re-
sponsibility of the hiuitfr to help
the landowner protect his land,
and such protection is a mutual
benefit to both the landowner
and the hunter.
'Most landowners make their
lands available for public hunting
as a cooperative gesture in in-
terest of good sportsmanship and
sportsmen can'gay thanks for the
hunting privilege: by protecting
the 'land from fire and other
Frye said that during the criti-
I in human bondage through- cal fire period hunters should
For unto us a child is rn, eliminate the warming fire and
S be especially- careful with all
he'government shall be upon fires. They should always extin-
shall be called Wonderful, guish camp and warming fires,
Th6 everlasting Father, The curtail smoking in forest areas,
1). .and make sure all cigarettes and
matches are out."
) Fire prevention action on the
part of the hunter will help stack
Even better trains can be, de- the deck in favor of continued
veloped if w make up our minds publicc hunting and other out-
we want them. door recreation on private lands.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
MAY JOY ABIDE IN YOUR
HOME AT CHRISTMASTIDE
Sam P. Husband
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Everyone in Port St. Joe even all of Gulf County .. is
proud of the Port St. Joe Sharks and the strong bid they made for
the state class "B" football championship. It's an accomplishment
that doesn't come easily. Even though the Sharks didn't quite make
the grade, they put Port St. Joe on the map.
Any other day, the Shark's could defeat the bunch from Wild-
wood, and we say this with taking anything at all from the fine
Wildwood football team. But the Sharks beat -some fine football
teams this year teams like Father Lopez, Niceville, Marianna,
DeFupiak Springs, Perry and to us here in Port St. Joe they
are the state champions. One can't discount the importance of be-
ing number two in the records in a state of nearly eight million
people. That's a lot of people and a lot of football teams.
While everyone is proud of the team, we are especially proud
of the Port St. Joe fans. The ballgame was 300 miles away. Many
had to drive down Friday afternoon and then drive back the same
300 miles after the game in order to go to work the next day. But,
in spite of the difficulty of attending, without any exaggeration at all,
we would guess there were more Port St. Joe people in attendance
than there were fans from Wildwood, only 10 miles away. There
was fully 1,500 people from Port St. Joe in attendance nearly
as many as usually show up for a home game.
This speaks well for Port St. Joe fans, and it makes us proud to
be a part of them.
I had to work Saturday, too, so I was among 38 who rode a
chartered bus down to Leesburg Friday afternoon and back Friday
night. When you ride 600 miles with 38 people you begin to learn
things about them you didn't otherwise know.
For instance, I knew Frank McDonald and Arnold Daniell could
sleep. What I didn't know was that they could sleep through a
hubbub and heavy stop and go traffic which would keep the ordinary
person awake. They're not lazy just sleepy heads.
I also knew Blake Thomason liked to eat. (I confess to being
s lightly afflicted thusly, myself). What I didn't know was that
Blake needed a big basket of fried chicken to keep up his strength
until he could get a big steak for supper which would serve
him until breakfast as long as he stopped at the Suwannee River
Cafe where he could get a couple of cheeseburgers to tide him over:
I always 'knew Mary Harrison, Electa Dockery and Ava Mc-
Kenzie talked a lot. What I didn't know was just how much. They
went on continuously for the entire 600 miles, keeping everyone
on the bus awake. (Except Arnold and Frank).
And of course, people bring the darndest things along on a bus
ride. Deda Gilbert brought a big plastic garbage bag along to pick
up empty soft drink cans, chicken bones, sandwich wrappers, etc.
She made regular runs up and down the bus collecting garbage. In
between trips she proceeded to beat the pants off Billy Barlow,
Bill Rich, and Betty Darcy at Pinochle. Frances Chason took one
game, completely skunking the men.
I ran up on the writer for the Orlando "Sentinel" who wrote
the article which circulated the City before the Father Lopez game
and thanked him for his help in defeating the Lopez team.
To Our Many Friends and
Customers of the Past Year!
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H STAR, Port St. Joe, PI. 32456THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970 rAGE TBeRB
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Penny Pinchin' Prices
Sunshine Whole 28 Oz. Jars
Pickled Peaches 2 jars 89c
Kleenex White or Decorated 1 roll pkg.
Jumbo Towels 3 pks. $1.00
Heavy Duty-14 Inch, 25 ft. roll
itoynold's Wrap 25' roll 59c
Table Napkins 50 ct. 29c
Sunset Ckld Brand-8 oz. cans
Biscuits 6 o-a49c
Cream Cheese 8
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One Reg. Size Box
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Cake Mixes 4 boxes $1.00
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Frostings ----4 boxes $1.00
Coconut -- -- 14 oz. 49c
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Winter Garden Frozen
Strawberries -- 4 pkgs. $1.00
Whip Topping 10 oze 39c
Pecan Pie -- .- 16oz. 69c
Pie Shells- 3 pkgs. $1.00
Sara Lee Frozen
Pound Cake-----12oz. 89c
Sara Lee Frozen
Coffee Cake-----13 oz. 89c
101 oz. Coconut Bon Bons, SY2 oz.
Small Christmas Stockings, 11 oz.
Gloria Mix, 9V2 oz. Arabian Night
Choice! 3 9
Pepsodent Adult, Hard or M,
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Lustre Creme Extra Hold-
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SBob White Sliced Center Cut PORK
ie-tar Bacon Ib. 49c CHOPS lb. 69c
YONNASE Ib. Hormel Smoked -
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arade 16 oU. an 1 Fresh Beef CHOPS b--I. 44c
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paradee Facy- oz. cn .... *-* Backbone lb.39c ,' --'
p eue l 'b* Thin Breakfast PORK
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PAGE FOUR THE STARA, PahdiU JFVia.32454 THUlRSbAY, DECEMBER 24; 1970
Miss Darlene Gatwood, CheSley Fensom Wed
The marriage of Miss Darlene The bride was given in mar- petals. Mrs. Winston M. iavis, aunt of served at the punch t
Gatwood, daughter of Mr. and riage by her father. She wore a Miss Wendy Davis of PenSacola the bride, of Pensacola, and Mrs. Mrs. Brian Sanders
SMillard F. Gatwoodof Fair- l length gown of white satin was maid of honor for her cou- Clifton Ads f Tallahassee, sister of the groom,
i_ Sh_. dkA,, -...a -. sin. Her floor length, dress was
r* n, Ohii, U to hUeI.y oDoUwuuu
Fensom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
S. Fensom, took place Monday
evening, December 21, in St. An-
6evs Episcopal Church in Pan-
:m~a City; ,'
The Rev. Barnum McCarty of-
:ficiated at the double ring can-
delight service. Gordon Gaskin
and peau de ange lace. The bo-
dice, designed in mock wesket
effect with lace applique, featur-
ed a high Victorian neckline and
full bishop sleeves of lace. The
chapel trainf with lace applique
Down center back and circling the
hem, fell from a soft satin bow
at back waist. Her veil of illusion
was 'caught' to a crown of lace
fashioned of silk screened cotton
print and navy chiffon. The shirt
waist bodice of navy chiffon had
long sleeves and wide obi sashes.
She wore ba tailored bow' head-
piece with circular chiffon veil'
and carried a single pink rose.
MRS. CHESLEY SHERWOOD FENSOM
St. Joseph Catholic Church Gives
Christmas Mass Service Schedule
SWESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
DAVID B. MAY
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Altstaetter
of Port St. Joe, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Kay
Ann, to Eddie Joe Upchurch, son
of Mrs. Iary M. Upchurch and
B. E. Upchurch, both of Mont-
Mi p s Altstaetter graduated
from Port St. Joe High School
and will graduate in May from
Huntingdon College in Montgom-
The groom-elect graduated
from Lee High School, attended
the University of Alabama, and
is presently employed with Winn-
Dixie Corporation in Montgom-
A June wedding is planned.
I Saint Joseph's Catholic Church
announces ,its Christmas schedule.
The traditional midnight Mass
will be ld. The 'church will be
opened at 11:15 p.m. on Christmas
Eve. Starting at 1 '30 the choir will
present a program of selected
Christmas carols including, "0'
Cbme, All Ye Faithfull", "ilent
I Night", "The First Noel", "Joy to
the World'& and "Angels We Have:
Heard On High".
Steve Atchison will sing, "God
Rest You Merry, Gentlemen" and
the Reverend Father David O'Shea
will sing "Adeste Fidelis" and "0
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Farris
wish to announce the marriage,of
their daughter, Jana Kay to Ricky
Laysettee _Robertson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Emory L. Robertson.
The couple is residing in Talla-
hassee where Mr. Robertson is a
student at Tallahassee Junior Col-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Rit-
ter (nee Marie Rhames) of Zachary,
La., announce the birth of a son,
Michael William, on November 19
in Woman's Hospital, Baton Rouge.
Holy Night". Mrs. Ferrell Allen,
Jr., will play the organ.
The procession to the Crib and
enthronement of ..the Infant will
take place at 11:55. The choir will
sing the Mass.in English except for
the Creed which will be in Latin.
Christmas Masses in addition to
midnight Mass ill be 'at 8:30 and
10:30 a.m. Everyone is invited to
attend these services.
Confessions. will be held on
Christmas Eve from 4:00 to 5:00
p.m. and from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Rebecca Ann Kennedy, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kennedy
was honored with a party on her
fifth birthday Friday afternoon at
the St. James' Episcopal Parish
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were as-
sisted in hosting the party by Re-
becca Ann's grandparents, Mr..and
Mrs.; Ferrin Rogers!
The Christmas theme was used
in the party decorations, games
Helping Rebecca Ann celebrate
were Troy Taylor, Vicki Cannon,
Mike Bouington, Tanya !Cross, Ken
Dupree, Lisa Paschke, Shan Mor-
ris, Annette Minger and Christine
Midget investments wltt
May all of the blessings of
Christmas be yours to share.
FTD DELIVERY SERVICE
Mrs. Dessie Lee
Supervisor of Elections
S Even as the Wise Men
did, let us worship Him.
George Y. Core
Clerk, Circuit Court
Merry Christmas to All!
Joy To All at Christmas!
the bride's table, assisted by Mrs.
Edward Smith of Winter Haven.
For traveling, the bride chose
a brown wool suit with leopard
coat and matching boots and hat.
After returning from a wed-
ble. ding trip to Sun Valley, Idaho,
f Orlando, the couple will be at home at
resided at Landmark Apartments in Pan-
..-*._ ama City.
The, bride is a graduate of the
University of Alabama with a BS
degree. She teaches special edu-
cation at Bay High School.
SThe groom is a graduate of
Auburn University with a Bache-
lor of Industrial Engineering de-
gree. He is employed as a Project
I -- : - ---- --; -;i I
Engineer at International Paper
Out of town guests at the wed-
ding included Mr. and Mrs. Win-
ston M. Davis of Pensacola, Mr.
and Mrs. Clifton Adams and Mr.
and Mrs. Briggs Scisson of Tal-
lahassee; Mr. and Mrs. James
Ball of Glen Allen, Virginia; Mrs.
Clifton W. Ragsdale and Miss
Ruth Ragsdale of Greenwich,
Connecticut; Mr. and Mrs. Brian
Sanders of Orlando; Mrs. Edward
Smith of Winter Haven; Mrs.
Grace Powell of Flomaton, Ala-
bama; Mrs. W. F. Smith of Bosier
City, La., and Lt. George Boyer
of Kotchebue, Alaska.
le STARi, Port i..e, P~a. l245THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970
Church Schedules Masons.Will Seat I
S *tudet Iht New Officers Tuesday
Port St. Joe Lodge No. 111, F.
L and A.M., will hqid a Special Cbom-
The ong Avenue Baptist Church iMunication on Tesday, December
willobserve their 18 annual Stir. p9, for the 'purpose of installing
dent eight at Christas program e officers.
at 7:00 p.n. on SundayDecemberk The program will be a joint inw
27.- stallation of Blue Lodge and Royal
Both high school and college stU-Arch officers.for 1971. The Eastern
a.e... t "ar Chapter-will serve supper,*
dents take part in this worship ser- All friends and relatives of Ma-
vice. There are 17 students repre- sons are invited to attend this open
renting eight colleges and univer- communication.
sites participating. Several of these A 50 year service certificate will
will have part in the worship ser- be presented by a Grand Lodge
vices along with the students of representative to Brother Leroy
ort. St. Joe High School. Goforth.
Some of the speakers will be:
David Maddox, Jennifer Braxton,
Becky Hendx, Jeannine Britt and
Lota Kay Safiders. The Junior High
choir will sing. Several solos by the
students ill also be featured.
Rev. J..;C. Odum, paist ,f the
church, is coordinating the program
and extends a cordial invitation to
all iembeTrs and friends to attend.
SAY Y6U'SAW IT IN THE STARr
St. James Sets
St. James Episcopal Church will
have the Festal Chorus Eucharist
and Candlelight service 0t 11 p.m.
Christmas Eve, December 24, with
the Reverend Mr. Raymond Mac-
Blain, celebrant. Visitors are cor-
Carols ringing through the air,
laughter everywhere... may
the joys of the season be yours!
Sheriff B. E. Parker
BYRD and ALMA PARKER
It's always a pleasure to
wish our friends happiness!
#OCHE FIrniture and Appliances
Methodists Fete Eighty ut With
-Yule Party and Program MOnday
Eighty yo~ng people from the l IMembers of the MYF had dec-
Port St'. Joe area enjoyed a ban- orated the spacious :social hall in
quet and programsponsored by the the traditional :.Christmas manner.
Methodist Youth Fellowship unddr A Christmas tree decked the hall
the direction of Mrs. C. W. Rob- while large red bells with red and
erts, Mrs. Georgd Wimberly and white streamers filled the high
Miss Nancy Richards, ceiling. The red nylon table cloths
Special guests ;for the, occasion with greenery and candlelight ad-
were young inmates of Apalachee ded the festive touch for the gay
Correctional Institute and Chap- affair. ,
lain Jenkins. Jack Hipps, Gary Du- Chris King, president of the MYF
bin, Eddie Parker, Richard O'- gave the welcome and introduced
Brien, Ted Bartlett and Wilbur the guests.
Butts gave, inspirational talks and Rev. and Mrs. MMillaid Spikes
a musical concert. : were honored guests.
May we extend our best
wishes to one and all ,
DAIRYBURGER SANDWICH SHOP
JOYOUS HOLIDAY GREETIGS
,It's such a pleasure to say '
thank you to our many friends
and customers at Christmas.
lHANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
Holy Infant, grant us peace!
by Florida Power Corp.
It's the holiday season once again
and' time to prepare the favorite
. turkey and dressing.
OLD FASHIONED DRESSING
3t cups cornbread crumbs
3% cups white bread crumbs (or
1 pkg. commercial Ierb season-
%Y cup butter, melted*
3 tablespoons minced onions
1 cup chopped celery ;
2 cups hot broth
2 teaspoons salt
% teaspoon pepper
% teaspoon savory seasoning
(omit if using herb seasoned
2 or 3 teaspoons sage
2 eggs beaten slightly
% cup milk '
;Crumble bread in large pan or
bowl. Melt butter and lightly saute
onions and celery. Add to crumb
mixture; add other ingredients, and
mix well. If dressing seems too dry,
add more broth. Bake in shallow
pans at 400 degrees F. about 15 to
CARD OF THANKS
The W. B. Coppedge family wish-
es to express to each one sincere
appreciation for each act of kind-
ness during our hour of bereave-
ment. Everyone can't1 be thanked
personally, for there 6 ere so many
wonderful people who did so much
to express their love and thought-
May God bless each, one of you.
MRS. W. B. COPPEDGE
MRS. GRACE ORRELL
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 Toiletres
Drivd-IMnindow for Prescriptions at Reer of Store,
2 FREI PARKING SPACES AT REAR OF STORE
John Robert Smilth, Pharmaceutical Chemist
PHONE 22745111 236 REID AVENUE
I iELENE'S -BEAUTY SALON
,We hope Santa's got you
on his list for all the good things
of the season! Best wishes from
BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
What hot weather starts, cold
weather finishes bothextremes
drain battery power. But before
you fill the, air with electrifying
.oaths, seesuls for a checkup of
yoor starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with.
It battery trouble is
your problem, we tarry
and recommend- the
i finest -NAPA bat-
rerties. There simply
isd't a finer battery
made and we can
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., in.
Daughter of Jimmy Greer Working
On Doctorate at University of Georgia
Martha Judith Greer, assistant | her Master of Education degree
professor of physical education and from Auburn University in 1961.
women's counselor at Oxford Col-
lege of Emory University, has re- She was the first woman faculty
ceive the InternationaBerneta member in Oxford College's depart-
Minkwitz Scholarship of the Delta ment of health and physical educa-
Kappa Gamma Society. tion and served as women's assist-
Kia G Gama SoceietO ant residence counselor from 1957-
ford in order to study for the Doc- 62' She taught at Winthrop College,
for n ro dyRockhill, S. C., from 1962-66 and
tor of Education degree in physi- Rockhl from 1962-6 ,
cal education at the University of returned to Oxford from 1966-69,
Georgia. when she began her doctoral stu-
A graduate of Cusseta High
School near Columbus, Ga., Miss Miss Greer is the daughter of
Greer received her A.B. degree Jimmy Greer, 528 Third Street,
from LaGrange College in 1957 and Port St. Joe.
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I ThE "STAR. Pad St. Jo%, lP.I2& 3MTHURSDAY`DEDCEMBER.417
bike with training wheels, a baby-
catch-a-ball, a brite-lite set and
maybe a surprise for Christmas. Al-
so, I have a baby sister her name
is Sherry Renee Creel. She is 7
mo. old and I would like for you to
please. leave her some baby toys
that she would like to play with.
She has been good too. We will
lJeave you some cookies and cocoa
on the table.
S Thank you,
STACY and SHERRY
Ia.e Dar Santa*
Dei Santa, |t. at St. Joe Beach. I have been Dar Santa:
,My name is Stacy Ann' Creel. I ,; good girl this past year and I My name is Bobby Gene Plair,
a years old and I live on Gulf would like for you to bring me a on Gulf St. at St. Joe Beach. I have
been pretty ,good this year and I
'' .. would like for you to leave the
... SU ....~ Poome. Pool table, 3 truck set, a foot.
Spang ball suitand maybe a surprise. You
Swill find some cookies and cocoa
Son the table for you.
Deaf Santa Claus,
My name is Viki Cannon and I
am almost 4 years old. My mommy
and daddy say I have been good
For Christias I would like a toy
box, a. record playere; a play sew-
ing machine, a baby tender love,
a baby doll stroller, a jewelry box
and a. surprise.
Swill, leave you some cake and
mills under the Christmas tree.
Thank you for all you have given
me anq I love you very much.
Dear Santa Claus.
My name is Greg Cannon. I am
6 years oldl. My mother and daddy
think I have been good this year.
For Christmas I would like for
you to bring me a light for my
bicycle, a tent, a sleeping bag, a
Dear St. Nick,
My name is Douglas Lamar Gil-
ley, Jr. I am seven years old and
have been a irly good boy this
year. I would like a chemistry set,
Hot wheels, sizzler set, G. I. Joe
Navy set, Billy Blast-Off set, a rock
polisher and a building set.
I will leave you some cookies
and milk in the kitchen and I will
play a song on the piano for you.
Dear Santa Claus,
My name is Terri Lorraine Gil-
ley. I am six years old and have
tried' to be a good girl this year.
I would like a Baby Go Bye Bye,
a living Barbie doll, a new bicycle
a hew Bible and a teaset.
I will leave you some cookies in
Dear Santa, '
I want a gum machine, train, -ri-
fle, gitar, record player,
Santa Claus, '
I want a get-away chase, 4 awe-
some animals, football uniform,
hoppity hop, sure shot hockey, dy-
namite shack, time bomb, dodge 'n
bump, jump 'n 'float, corkscrew
turn set, B-B's.
Dear Santa Claus, :
My name is Matthew Christopher
Holland and I am. 5 years old. I
would like a. oWboy hat, (light
: brown) and abhlack cowboy suit
with colored horp shoes sewed on
. and cowboy boots, and bne gun and
S<. \ May the-happiness of the holidays remain
with you long after the Season has come and gone
St. Joe Hardware Co.
CO1 L 0 R
Plus SOc H ldling Chare
1 Por pi
2 per family
Up to 4
at $1.00 *4
,PHOTOGRAPHER WILL BE AT:
COSTIN'S Department Store
200 Reid Avenue
Wednesday, 'December 20 10 A.M. til 6 P.M.
.KEIT and SHANNON
crane, a dump truck, a fire truck,
two parachute cars' for my-Hot
Wheel set, and a surprise.
I am going to leave you some
cake and milk under the Christmas
Thank you for al you have
brought me and I love you.
D ear Santa, ". 'k,
For Christmas, I would like a
Krazy Kar, a drum, wagon, car-
penter tools and games like Candy
My sister is two. years old. She
likes dolls and tea sets. And a top
and drum and stove. We try to be
S SCOTT LUCAS
a ,'a *
- 227- 2291
IT'S EASY TO
ORDER BY PHONE TRY IT!
410 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
IR I ip
holster ,and a toy guitar. May I
have a toy rifle too?
My brother Mark is 2 years old
and he would like the same things.
But please make his hat black and
his guitar should have wind up
I have been a good boy this
year, Mark too. We will leave a
snack for you in the kitchen.
MATTHEW and MARK
I want a walking doll and a bi-
cycle, also an ironing board and
iron. I have been very good. I have
two brothers one 4 years old and
one almost a year old. The one 4
years old would like k bicycle and
a car, also a GI Joe. Please bring
my baby brother a little rocking
horse and a pretty ball with butter.
flies in it.
Thank you Santa Claus.
I want a living Barbie, P. J.'s Car,
Ken's car, Peggy pen pal, laughing
baby talk, Dawn's Fashion Show,
maxi 'N mini, baby go bye bye.
I have been a good boy. I would
like a train. I would like a racing
car set. I would like a big rig. I
would like a PT trainer. I would
like a dune buggy. And enymore
toyr you think I want. Please bring
it to Ronnie's house, Key ;West,
Thank you very much /
Dear Santa Claus,
Baby Go Bye-Bye, Dawn, 'Ken,
Baby Tender Love, Barbie house,
Stteei and go. Complete Walkie
Talkie system. Sizzler Hot Wheels
Track. Sea Devils kit Little pool
table. Rock 'em Sock 'em robots.
To Santa Claws
I want these things very, bad.
Peanut picture maker, Hoppty hop,
oIqnopoly, Guitar. I specially want
Guitar and a hoppty hop. I am
going to leave you some cookies
Dear Santa Claus
Mother says I've been pretty and
['m going to be better. -lease
bring me a Baby Go Bye-Bye, an
Easy Bake Oven and a big Bike.
Please be sure to bring my friend
what they ask for. We'll leave some
hot chocolate and cookies for you.
Tell Rudolph hello for me.
Please send me a race track and
i bicycle. Please send my brother,
David a bicycle too.
I will have you a piece of cake.
My name is Keith Presnell and I
nm 4 years old. I would like cap
guns, a cowboy suit, play farm and
ome surprizes. I have tried to be
a good boy. Bring some toys for my
baby brother, Shannon. He is 9
months old. We will leave you some
:ookies and milk under the tree.
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LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS
TO THE WORLD
Let us rejoice \
once more in the
message of the
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TO EACH OF YOU
W. E. Bishop
Your State Senator
TH STAR. Port St.oe, Pt. 24THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970 PAGE SEVEN
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THr STAR, Port St. Je., Pk. ImISTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970
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
..r practically 2% of all accidental deaths in the home. By
ovsering a few simple rules you can prevent one of these
tragedies from happening to your family. Prevent acciden-
t poisonings by keeping poisons out of the reach of chil.
Sn andclearly label all poisonous substances. If poison.
ing doqs occur, caD a doctor Immediately, then administer
m. ergeacy treatment. If you're unsure of the proper first-
aid-forqrVsoning procedure, now is a good time.to learn it.
Pick up free PoisonAntidote Chart at our Rexall Pharmacy
today. Help reduce the unnecessarily high toll of tragic
deaths qpe to accidental polsoningl
' I k"
thr t gf.esopharmaceutical standard, l.o [ices
I. si~qwt'qualityand the persona! ent,yoq ,
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"M yor Frank Pate signs the document pro. program present for the signing were, left to'
I claiming Frday ajd Saturday of last week as right, head coach Wayne Taylor, CIuck Roberts,
"Fiotball' Pley- Ff Days" In Port St. Joe. Looking coqclc Bill, Wood, Terry' Lovett, coach Jerry Lew.
ons are Commissioners Bob Holland, left, and ter, Danny Eth idge, coach Kesley Colbert and
Cq.missioners Bob Fox and Dan Sexton, seated Marshall Nelson .
to the right of Pate.,, Members of the football i -Star photo
Post Office Closed
All Day Saturday
Postmaster Chauncey Costin
announced this week that the
local post office would be closed
all day Saturday, December 26,
as well. as Christmas day. On Sat-
urday, there will be no delivery
of mail on city delivery routes or
Star routes except special deliv-
ery mail within the city delivery
area.' Mail will be boxed for box
holders as usual and the regular
receipt and dispatches of mail
will be made.
The Postmaster and employees
of the Port St. Joe Post Office re-
quested that The Star express
their sincere gratitude for the
splendid cooperation received
froin patrons during this Christ-
Sharks Lose to Rams
Port St. Joe's Sharks finished
their season up before the holi-
day break, taking a six point loss
from the Rutherford High Rams
in Panama City Saturday night.
The Rams came from behind, to
defeat the Sharks 56-50.
The Sharks led Ip-11 ai the end .
of the first, quarter but ",e Rami
hada 29-24 lead at halftime and
stayed in front the remainder of
' Geprge Williams, led the Shark
..4+161;- 1../ A Ti-* IM
Linton ts Charged In
Jimmy Ferrell Linton of Sixth
Street, Port St. Joe, was charged
by local police with failure to
have his vehicle under control
as the result of a two car colli-
sion Friday afternoon.
Linton's car struck a second
car driven by Roy C. Garrett at
the intersection of 10th Street
and' McClellan Avenue causing
an estimated $450.00 damages.
The accident was investigated
by City Patrolman James Graves.
(Continued from Page 1)
the courts. He is a member of
Rotary International and Masonic
Mr. Wardlow is married to the
former Sadie Marguerite Henry
of Belfast, Northern Ireland.' She
is a graduate of Victoria College,
Belfast. They have five children:
MIoira, married to Robert tow-
ling, livi g in Iron Mounqtain,
Michigan with two children;, Ro-
berta, -m4rried to Richard iVan -
D.len, living in Iselin, N. J., with
or4e son; .hinnon Maureen Ward-
loW, livig in. Milwaukee': and
twins, James H. C. and Shelah
Jane. Janies is a student at take
Sutierior State College in Saulte
Ste. Marie Mi'ch nnd Shelah is
I o sense with 14 points. Jim Be- 0- .....
I 3 Costin's / 39 21 lin and Kendrick Bryant added a Licensed Practical Nurse.
etto e Campbell's Drugs------__ 36% .23% nine points each. Belin hauled in Mr. Wardlow is interested in
uZZ tt S ID r S t Fo D OW Ine Shirt and Trophy------. 33% 2% 17 big rebounds and Steve Ma- trailering, outdoor activities and
1 Wi.l, ams .... h.e' y Pollock's Cleaners- 2 31 comberr grabbed 13 Off the back- sketching.
7 Williams Avenue Phone 22 71 Hess Oil'Co. ----------23% 36% boards. The Wardlows, with daughter'
Drive-In WindowService enty o ,Par]ag Gulf County Men's League Pollock's Cleaners taking three Basic Magnesia -------_ 20% 35% Rptherford's Jayvees defeated Shelah will be arriving the first
Monday nights bowling. showed points from Costin's knocking them Team No. 1 13 47 the Shark junior varsity, 43-34 week in January.
,out of first place. John McKenzie
V CAD OF "-ANI led Pollock's with a 472 series.
c ot CARD oI THANKS Jimmy Costin was top man for his
Words are inadequate to e Sheriffs Deputies, Beverage Agents team with a 481.
with grateful appreciation the love
and many deeds of kindness to W L Lanes 3 and 4 had Shirt and Tro--
a dmpam dDaddy tho t e ov WS03 0y 0 G on' iI S TII. phy winning four points'from Team S MR S
our departed Daddy, that the loved .IEDV II A,
ones and friends Showed when we No. 1. O. D. Strickland led the .
needed es. Without-'ypur help, Gulf County Sheriff's Chief raid could be staged, the owned Shirt and Trophy team with a 515
..the burdi ,would 'have ben ntucli Deputy, H. T. Dean reported the moved it and had' it hiddenfrom series aided by Je Davis' 509. Bob 1 e a
heavier. ~r the many 'churches, Sheriffs' Department, the state the law. officials until this last Bramton was high for Team No. i : 've D O d y ed emn
lodges, ii*lividuals who contributed beverage department and Federal week. Dean said the still was op. with a 15.
food we thank'you. ,.. .agents, raided and destroyed a rating and :was located on Stone. Lanes 5 and 6 had 13 Mile Oyster F
We, '' d ',,te 'seven barrel moonshine still Mill Creek. Company moving int, first place: I FOR SALE: 1964 Custom Ford. FOR RENT: Fus. ed apartment
e qhi d der. grateful near Wewahitchka last Thursday. Dea reported th still had by taking all four points from Hess FOR SALE Good, condition. Call 229-2414. t. fe re Ct p os
r LogeWi' Ct'j onri or lte l l d
time warstirped. o o D- D iea said the still was located been runonce and was readyto Oil. 13 Mile had three m ( yer FOR SALE: Triumph 2000,.1967, 4- fc-81
nearly a. month ago, but before a run off 350 gallons of mash'wheni the 500 mark with Jame cks $5.door, 23,500 miles. Needs paint
o the entire' medic staff and it was destroyed. Nobody was at leading with a 53, Joe Padgt a Pickup Trk Ld ob. Current year licensed IllinoisT: Aparment at10 8t
Dr. Wayne Hendrix, we know that ner you conducted all the services, the still when the raid was made. "526 sa ies nd 2 5 game ad.Whyne .. C O.SeeSaer nex to St. Fore more in4r4 tion call
yoeu.did all' that was.otmianly ps- We love our small Port St. Joe 'We know who owned the still, Ward with'a 515. Glen Willipi1m led C.. .L .. B.. s to ea obsite Jean Arnold, 648-4800. tfc-12-10
sible for- 1addy, ~dto Jimmie' and all of you good, kind people. but we can't prove it", Dean said. Hess Oil with a 402. SAWMILL LU t UBER b FOR. RENTe Unfurnished newly
Prevatt, appreciate your THE SEVEN Ten state and federal agents On lanes 7 an 8. it was p- s ad nds Not Cut Up F RENT:1 bedroom trailer,suit- decorated 2 bedrm o use.
thdoughtfuhess and Christian man-I STAFFORD CHILDREN and two Gulf County Sheriffs' b Drugs taking three pints e ., oe or each. Phon Laundry and storage roomAuto
...... .. .. .. Deputies were involved in the from Basic .agnesia. Billy Joe WALTER DU EN 648-4351 f-12-17 matic heat. Phone 227-8536 after
-.."raid.-." .. I I '1- 1 .. ...-5 .m..... .tfe-12-10,
'--;.- "... .. N C ;- ""Richards led Campbells with a 528 O l / p.. tfc-12-10
SNO. 3, CITY OF PORT ST. TOE, FLRIDA _* ''ry l ed Basic wita ..e r71 ser2-e m 6 r tf-r13 furnished. Cable' TVoption. rSt
reland City Sanitnary Sewaage Colection for-iliew yddIte 'Unit No. ,ieJ. FOR SAE: I deal etrement'hoh '.": J oe Beach, DeSoto St. Phone 648.
landthe CityofPortSt. Joe, FlrAe is htreby.descrid as ,thatportione i -W L 3 bedr1ms, baths, living room, FoOvREne
e aeV. Standings W L F O2 L *vig rm FOR NT: Furnished house for 4351. tfc-11.Po
of land Nrth of Avenue "A" extension bounded-by Bay Street on.the 13 Mile Oyster Co. 41 19 dining room, kitchen 2 a condi- couple or small family. 3 bed-OST Ilemonwhite and one liver.-
West; Royal Street on the East; and Clifford Sims Drive on the North, tioners, electric panel.heat. Screen- iooms. On large lot at White City. LOST: I lemon an on liver.
containing Blocks 1020 1021, 1022, 1023 and 1024in Millview Ad edition LEGAL NOTICE ne ed cook out, chain link fence, good Phone 229-2103. tfc-11-26 white bird dogs. Each have ol
Unit No. 3 a recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 53, arch 24, 1970, Gulf .Invitationtid u dated Taylor Counties, and North Florida h ngand fHoward's
CountylAf prnCollege:Sealedbids will be opened, and in cooperation with the Pan- preciated. Pariy' furnished,2 $,0 0 1LADIES -8111" engraved on collars. Finder
east portion of Section 1, Township 8 South, Range 11 West, Githonte'21st dayoof January, 1971, handle Area'Educational teooera- Byreed. R. 1 f ishk Tl. mW servicing wigs and 'call a,-,.,ot.-o
County, Florida, all within the City Limits of Port St.' Joei Florida.. on ..e...,,"- ,, ,....a. Telp .. hair pieces in my home. IU
A total of 110 lots assessed' at $500.00 each for a total assessment of at 100.M., ES, for, the semi- tive 'an the North Florida Joint 229-6388 2tp-12-17 have human hair or syn.-
$55,000.00annual equiremnts of roleum, Consulttive School Service Center. BCYCLE' REPAIRS
As ts at spfi Prsh of l in "ilview Additio n Oil and Lubricant products to be Reference Bid No. CSCJC 71-. FOR SALE: Clothes to' fit 11h" to he c w ich you wou td RE IT B te
Assessments against speci parcels of land iM wA on, used in .,o u ,yoar, of Public The Consolidated System' of doll. Call 229-4657. o, have serviced quickly at 111 5BUILT 4CYCLE Io
rt. 3 are.listed below ock Instruction and Junior College as Counties and Junior College re- low prices Ie
L"o.' PprB ywfroll No No Afmoows:,- Group. I-Bay, Calhoun, serves the right to accept or reject FOR. SALE. 1967 Pontiac Grand -WIGS FOR SALE New and Used'
.1-22 St. Jos. Landoand Dvelopment Co. 1-22 1020- $500.00 each LG.berty, .- nd Wahnt EA., C V iu, 2-35 t.-21 CALL 229-4311 or 2274853 JOHNNIE'S TRIM SHOP
Lbry Proprty wne 'O .a lKn, f ,' m ackshing ny or allVids. P r 24 Loaded Pricebelhw.book. aIpansPD1
'23-44 St. Jos. Land and Development Co. 1-22 1021, 500.00 each Countieso ml. 9-24 JANICE STOKES tc 30 4th St Ph. 227-2C01
45-66 St..Jos. I and and D~velopment Co. 1-22 1022 500.00 each person' ieGo '-- ton:, Jef be CordnaorFOR SALE: 1965 Ford LTDY',4-door eemt.
67-88 St. Jos. Land and Development Co. 1-22 1023 500.00 each nt oa.disotory auwans- andTI TANm hardtop. Factory n,"l power
89-110 St. Jos. Land and Developmeiat. Co. 1-22 1024 500.00 each brakes, steering, automatic. New THECOTTAGE SHOPPEyour log-
Total 110 lots at $500.00 each' $55,000.00 paint, good tires. $995. See J. C. cal dealer for PHENTEX YARN 6uford' Grff .Phone 229-937.
Potae110lotseatgun.setarain ousome0mi0knd-ake O.Lhas, a large Selction oo yarn for o 107.
Notice.is hereby given that a hearing will be held by the City ITT Odu m or call 227-7621. knit ingand crochetOneeds.
Cognmission of the City of Port, St. Joe at its regular meeting. on Jan. t' OTd yoot ttin adC E reesroahet-d o
ua 971, at 8:00 P. in the Muniipal BuildingPort St. Joe, FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- e have may gift teams a th TRE SERVICE: Trees tkendown
aFlorSda,for, the purpose of cnfirming thisAssessent i o All n ae vate bath. 528 corner of 6thSt. COTTAGE SHOPPE, red and 'white and moved or trimmed. Call
terested persons may appear before the City Commission' and, file and Woodward Avenue... 2tp-12-24 building on Hiway 98, Beacon Hill. 653-8772 or 6 o3-8343, Apalaclola.
written objections to this Confirmation. The property owner has -- WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of -
beeni notified and has agreed to 'this assessment, alo, has agreed to b GUN BARGAINS prTss lumber, 24 toIN2SO, n os.' POR
certificates of indebtedness to be issued against each lot described aUNe AI R 1 and 2, 1x4 through 1E x2L mo o
above to be'. paid in 10 equal 'annual installments with interest at', S New and Used land 2 lx4 through x12 mostly A B A e RI
aro.rwlienakBsreCnd'tot S Ar Call ware and appliances. PRIDGEON
6e -. ,W : A RIFLS BROCK -' 12-2A SERY!CE
: S^i Clrk BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitcb In Wewatchka and
City Auditor' and Clerk, tL.C. "Red" CARTER ka. tfc-C-1- Port Sh Joe
SI am 6 d h S e FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE. call CALL .
:a' .. gl ll I w l Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
FOR SALE: 5 room house, furnish- guarantee on labor and materials. Comforter Funeral Home
ed at St. Joe Beach.'2 lots. Arte- Low down payment Phone 227- 2
SDear Santa, some more toys. I will also leave sian well. Phone 648-7295. 3tp-12-10 tfc 2274511
Please bring me a gun set, train you some milk and cake. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, block
Asset and lots )of other toys. I will GRAY ALAN THOMPSON and stuco, carpet and air con- RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Slave you glass of milk and cake. ditioned. 523 7th St. 227-3067. tc Complete Upholstery Service C P. Ether e
1 lGEORGE DAVID THOMPSON Dear Santa Claus, FOR SALE:'1969 50cc Suzuki mot- "We aim to please you 518 Third Street
S. have been a good boy. My name is Lou Fox. I have oreycle. Good condition. 1308 Mc, Every Time" Port St.Joe, .
,sI *havebee n.P1 2.0et1 602 Garrison Ave.
SDear SantaC, been a good boy. I would like for Clellan. Ph. 227-7972. tfl-S1 H RNIPlumbingand
S~ ~a Car you to bring me a footballsit, FOR SALE: Small business and Phone 22926 CPum i anM
My name is Carl Fox. I havelectric baseball game, walkie. Gulf Service Station., Will fi- Eleric_ al Contraor
-- I__ 'been a good boy. I would like for talkies, bow and arrow, football and nanc. Haldown and $50.00 a o2 Call 229.498 for Free Estimate
you to bring me a football, fot- anything else you want to bring me. month. Call 229210 or TOMLINSON--
bl -11-12 sut, electric football game, o RADIO and TV REPAIR R.A.4--Regular convocation on St.
i oball suit, electric foots, ball game, LoVe, FOR APPLIANCE, heating and re- PHONE 229-6108 Joseph Chapter No. 56, RAX.,
SRockum-Sockum Robots, bow and LOU FOX frigeration repairs call 229-6323. Ist and 3rd Mondays. All viatln
/ -.i- arrow, walkie talkies and lots of igeraon repas 1319 McClellan Ave. companions welc&e.
...'SS other surprises. FURNITURE: Coffee tables, bed- __ __ ROY BURCH, H. P.
D Love, Dear Santa Claus, side tables at savings. Cabinet WALTER GRAHAM, Sec.
S CARL FOX I am 6 years old and have been work. Many pieces of small furni-
a good girl lately: I would like to ture. See at shop, 403 Madison St., Your SHERWIN-.WoLLIAM WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11
Oak Grove. Picture frames also. PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe THE AMERICAN. LEGION, meet-
,. ...... Dear Santa, have the following gifts for Christ- William Hall, 227-5021. 3tp-11-26 itg second ard fourth Tuesday
I have been a good little girl. mas, a watch, baton, iron and iron- t i Crs-nightso 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Please bring me a Barbie Doll and ing board. FOR SALE: Just in time for Christ- Home.
Barbie Doll's Clothes and some Love,C s1f SoC tg wim IaLLnoEPort.egula od
more toys. I will leave some cake KIM RICH '[' boat with 1966 80hp Evinrude elec- NdHE" unicatHon.ofWPortaSt. JoegLodge
a| m ik. I trick shift outboard motor. E-zy tilt EART No.1llF. & A. M., every first
Sand milk. trailer, boat cover. Gas tanks, lad- and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
S *' SHERRY. ANN THOMPSON Dear Santa Claus, der, canopy, etc. Excellent condi- '
'. p * 'I am 7 years old and have been tion. $1,325.00: Gannon Buzzett, '
S : .. i Dear Santa, a pretty g6od boy. Would you Phone 227-3371. tfc-12-10 HURLBUT FURNITURE 4
AVC FINANCE COMPANY I-am 2 yearslold, so my mommie please bring me a drum set, sea' and APPLIANCES JOSEPH J. PIPPIN, WM.
S'INAN C E is writing this letter for me. I also devil, hunting suit and a real gun. FOR SALE: 6 Duroc sows and pigs. 306 Reid Ave. PE J MF AN Secty
1 have been a '.good little boy. Please .. Love, Phone 648-7580. 2t PERRY J. McF, Secty.
,,,_____bring me a little car, a toy gun and MITCH RICH
"1PartS. JeTiv Of iun.5, luoI.* ParIsr' JApalacbfrnla-CIhattahoochee Valley"
rHIRTY-FOURTH. YEAR PORT ST. JOe, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970 NUMBER 16
anng Mistletoe O r Thr d To Ativity For Yule Season
...a ,.."''. e ,r' ., ..",.. .: : ,: ..e ..7 ,
GliUden- Durkee Divion
S:SCM CORPORATION '
Planting mistletoe over the thres- be,, hybrid "Orlando", pandurae-
hold---known am Yuletide garden- forme and selloum.
ing-will be, the ,top activity for A. few, of the many other plants
many self-styled farmers through that will thrive indoors are Afri-
the holidays, can violets, Chinese evergreen, as-
Even neophytes claim immediate pidistra, Norfolk Island pine, Rex
yields after planting the license-to- begonia, fittonia, wandering jew,
kiss greenery.' Planting techniques j'ade plant lady's eardrop and As-
are unimportant. It's the harvest paragus p'umosus.
that counts, they say. Chances are that even the veter.
You too, may get into the act an gardener may have some trouble
of making a trip into the wilds for with indoor plants. A few tips in
a supply of the romantic plant. diagnosing some common plant ail-
Some aggresisve, holiday farmers merits are offered. 'by Dr. J. W.
save making the trip by growing Strobel, head'of the ornamental
mistletoe' in a back yard tree. horticulture department at the
However, if you plan to establish University of Florida.
a handy supply of mistletoe, re- Brown tips or burned margins of
member that the parasitic plant leaves could mean too mnuch fertili-
spreads easily and can become a zer, plant roots allowed to dry out
nuisance. temporarily, windburn 'or cold inm
Since there is little chance that jiry. Yellowing and dropping of
the threshold project will thrive leaves hint that' soil 'fumes, gas
longer than the holiday season, let's fumes, chilling, over-watering, or
turn our attention to other indoor poor drainage and poor aeration
plantings. may be the trouble.
What to plant depends on condi- aves indicate tight or
tions under which the plants grow. heavy soil, lackof fertilizer, or dry
"Cast-iron" plants that will with-
stand abuse apd 'adverse, conditions Sol. Weak growth or light green
stnd as low eeght intensity and or yellow color to healthy foliage
wh as low lrmght incluensit agan means either too intense light, lack
a, aspidistra,' bomsel s aglaone- of fertilizer, root rot or possibly
ma, aspidistra, bromeliads, per- root injury; Yellow, wilting or soft
caena, monstera, pandanus, peper- growth' could come from too much
omia, philodendro b~hinatifolium., heat or from root injury. Small
sansevieria and cindapsus. leaves, long internodes could be
Plants that will' gtow underad-,from too little light or too high
verse conditions b*t' need more temperatures.
U01:.t ant. UA-I.,al WHA tv f .1+flJ **nbfhnU.OVs
utes to the success of indoor plants. dig in four pounds of complete fer-
Dr. McElwee says that during win- tilizer per 100 square yards of
ter months, or during cold dark space.
days, plants absorb much less fer- For a tree or a shrub dig a hole
tilizer than during warm sunny one-third larger in diameter than
weather. He-suggests adjusting fer- the plant's roots. Mix a cup of fer-
tilizer applications' to .the season tilizer and a generous quantity of
of the year. peat in the top soil. Place the plant
Out-Door Plantings in the hole slightly lower than it
During the winter dormant per- grew in the nursery.
iod is a good time to transplant Fill in around the plant with the
trees and shrubs. : soil-peat-fertilizer mixture. When
After selecting healthy. plants the hole is half filled, settle the
with good roots and tops, the next loose earth with water and repeat
step is preparing the planting site. the watering when the space around,
For bed plantings, such as roses, the plant is filled and firmed.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School ... 9:45 ;4M.
Morning Worship .......-....- r 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ----------... 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
just mentioned are 'dieffenbachia, Adding as little xater and ferti-
ficus, palms, syngonium and philo- lizer as possible to keep the 'plants
dendrons cordatum, hastatum, iin. I healthy and slow growing contrib-
i .. .--
ONLY 2 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT
Oak, Fruitwood, Maple
FULL SIZE DESKS ---------$5900
Man Size Ii Heavy Viny l Upholstry
LARGE RECLINERS ,_ $69.009
In Several Colors
LARGE SWIVEL CHAIRS 0, $S48,00
With Roll-About Stand Included '
18" PORTABLE TELEVISION $169.00
Large Variety of As Low As
CEDAR CHESTS --- $58.00
Similar to Illustration
Cabinet type, slid stite construction
with AM/FM Radio
AUTOMATIC WASHER SALE
Single Speed Automatic
f Washer ,,.
3 selection washer loads
S, Gleaming white porcelain
0 enamel top and lid
Spin tub, porcelain enamel
SAVE NOW AT
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We Finance Our Own Accounts At Danley's
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Hi there! Hope your holidays
are brimming with happiness!
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
r-qI- q r ,
Washable 666 9
2 Year Guarantee
Also Available in Queen and King Size
S-- good times,
good cheer at Christmas,
Sincere good wishes for the holidays. ,
May the season be truly joyous to you.
Thank you for all of your patronage.
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
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OM moiommimft ItAn
.PAB N.1- .THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Fla. 3245 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970
At This ..1H ly Time
May the spiritual meaning of
the season be with you this
Christmas, and bring its blessing,
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
St. Joe Auto Parts
RITA -'LARRY CK DICK
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
In 1804 the explorers
Meriwether Lewis and
William Clark rested from
their journey westward to
celebrate Christmas Day
somewhere in the vicinity
,of what is now Risnvwirr,
North Dakota. Captain
Clark wote in his journal,
"We enjoyed a merry
christmas during the day
& evening until nine.
AAA Urges Non-alcoholic Punch
For Your Christmas Party Cheer
In an effort to curb: traffic ac- -sherbet until partly melted. Serve. I parties, since it requires no ice tained free by writing Mrs. Han-
cidents involving alcohol during When supply runs low, repeat the and easily handled). kins at the Peninsula Motor Club,
the Yuletide party season the AAA process adding another unit of each A collection of other recipes for P. 0. Box 22087 Tampa, Florida
Motor Clubs of Florida are conduct- ingredient. (Excellent for garden non-alcoholic drinks may be ob- 33692.
ing a widespread public education ......
campaign throughout t!he state to
push the theme 'Fifrs A;Friend ... .
Then A Host". I : :-:K 1 ;. '
During the early 17th
century any formal ob-.
servance of Christmas
was ruled out by the rigid
code of Puritanism. Yule
festivity was forbidden as
emanating from the Devil.
And the Devil was very
much a personage in those
days. This rule persisted
antil 1681 when it was re-
pealed. Probably the influ-
ence of the Dutch and Ger-.
man ,settlers ihad pre-
vailed, and their customs
of Christmas feasting and
gaiety softened the hearts
of the strict Puritans.
The plenty of the new
land provided abundant
foodstuffs for the holiday
table. And the woods'
greens, boughs and assort,
ed cones were used for
\ ... .
, The idea of this project accord-
ing, to Elwood Smith chairman of
the zFlorida-based American Auto-
mobile Association Clubs is to urge
hosts and hostesses to assume more
responsibility for the safety of
their guests and to tactfully assist
party-goers not' to overindulge if
they are to drive home.
Part of the program is to suggest
to party-givers that they have plen-
ty of food and non-alcoholic beV-
erages available for their guests.
Mrs. Betty Hankins of Tampa, as-
sistant in the Peninsula Motor
'Club's public relations and safety
department, in public appearances
has been offering suggested reci-
pes for a number of popular non-
alcoholic beverages. Here's one:
FROSTY SHERBET PUNCH
3 cans (46 oz.) orange-grapefruit
3 12 oz. cans apricot nectar.
(grape juice may be used)
3 qts. ginger ale.
3 qts. pineapple sherbet.
Have juice and ginger ale thor-
oughly chilled. Empty one can of
'each juice and'ie quart of ginger
ale in punch bowl. Add a quart
of sherbet. Spoon the liquid over
. "Midget Investments With
AND CUSTOMERS AT CHRISTMASTfME
It's always a pleasure to take time during the
holiday season to wish our friends well!
ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE
and TELEGRAPH COMPANY
CITIZEN'S FEDERAL SAVINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION
wiaT el uns
It's Time to Wish One and All a Joyous Holiday
St. Joe Motor Company
THi STAR, Port-St. Joe, i. 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970
F1rida Power Again Offering Scholarships
Power ... < .d 6, .
Florida Power Corporation 'iW$2,000 scholarships. The 1971 essay from members of the- company's ity development work," A. P. Pe- grade student submitting the best
again offering its "Scholarships for program is the 19th consecutive community development depart-' rez, company president, said .this essay at ach high school will win
Leadership" essay program to sen-' year Florida Power has sponsored ment. week in St. Petersburg. "With this a $25 U.2S. Savings Bond. Two top
lor studentss in 74 high schools this effort to reward scholarship. i "Our scholarship program is program we try to provide another winners will be selected by a pan-
throughout the company's 32-county'High school principals are now re- just one aspect of Florida Power incentive for better scholarship on el of judges from the total winning
service area. Top, prizes are two ceiving the essay contest packages Corporation's continuing commun- the part of students in our service essays submitted from the 74
area," he added. schools. Each of the two winners
SThis year's essay competition is will be awarded a $2000 scholar-
Sbased on the theme "America And ship for a four-year scholastic per-
S' I." The theme allows students to- iod. The scholarships may be used
4 tal freedom to express their own for expenses incurred in attending
f- fl ,^ relationship to their country, any Florida junior college or uni-
Sasoui ( iwdlgs
We Hope Thi4 Joyous Time Will Bring To You
AU The Goodness Of Yuletide.
St. Joe Stevedoring Company
Each participating school forms a
committee to pick the best essay
from/ their school. The twelfth
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and BaltzeH Ave. C. Byron Smith, asteor
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"
---- SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR -
versity selected by the winner and
approved by Florida Power Corpor-
GULF SERVICE STATION
AUBREY SPEEDY FIKEDDY
joys and blessinrgs of Christmas be with you and yours
this season and the corning year. And with this may we
add our sincere thanks for your kind patronage this past year.
Florida First National Bank
,-at PORT ST. JOE
A JOYOUS GREETING
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
May this Christmas bring
peace and happiness to you and
all your loved ones about you.
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.blllilirar~rCli~e~rr~ _Y~L_~_ .Y L~--~-*~-- ___ ~ _I I I
II I Not
M sTAR, Prt St. Ju, Pai. 3-THUDAY,-DECEMBR 24, 19WO70
Best wishes to our many friends &
patrons from all the folks here at
WEST FLORIDA GAS
and FUEL. COMPANY
Here in the Southeast hardly a
generation ago pulpwooding was a
curiosity now it's a byword.
Today, the word forestry means
what it did in yestery4, but with'
the addition of much, ,*tch more; i
For instance, there's forest man-
agement which has to do, 'with thl,
continuing production of tber
so as to derive the greatest lhgest
even while the potential o4the
land is being increased'.,
rForest management also means
maximum utilization in many areas
such as the guardiig of our water-
shed, pure water reserves and hold-
ing top soil. Even fish and wildlife
come under its protective influence.
Things do change as has for-
estry, and the, role :of the forester.
Why, only a generation ago, the
typical forester was no student of
wildlife while today he will usually
have more than a passing interest
in it and knowledge of how to pro-
'Last Dove Phase
Season Now Open
SFlorida's third phase dove hunt-
ing season opened at 12:00 noon
on Saturday, December 19. Hunt-
ing:of the migratory mourning dove
will continue with daily hunting
through January 11.
According to the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission, le-
gal. hunting' hours are from ,12:00
"oon to sunset. The daily bag lim-
it is 18 per day, with a possession
limit f 36
I will no longer be responsible
for debts other than those incurred
by me "personally.
4tp-12A-., DEVONE C. HARRELL
'"N THE, CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT IN AND' FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
MARVIN FAY WOOD,
ELIZABETH JANE BUCKLES-
J'O: ELIZABETH JANE BUCKLES
I WOOD: : 1,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tlat an ac-
tion .foiadivorce 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
S>,. -, May reace, wooa wm ana
Happiness Follow You Throughlall the Year.
S-) MAKE YOUR HOUSE
Complete Home Furnishings... FURNIURE CO
, FURNITURE CO
vide forage for it. thinning or some prescribed burn- you attract wild turkey, dove, quail
So, if ydu want to talk with some- ing for he knows that deer thrive and a variety of game to your land
one about how to attract more deer best under conditions provided by and, in the process, show you
to your timberland, contact a pro. certain types of cover. how to make more profit from your
fessional forester. He may suggest The same forester might help trees.
May that peace that passes understanding ... the peace
of Jesus Christ, our Lord a come' into every heart
this Christmas. We wish you and yours the very best!
Basic Magnesia Inc.
,, There is no telling what Santa will bring you and your'
family this Christmas, but we wish you lasting happiness and
lots of good cheer. We look forward to serving you again.
of the Season
to Our Friend
We're sending our best wishes along with
Santa's to all our wonderful friends and patrons!
Thanks so much for letting us serve you at
Wewahitchka State Bank
"A Gulf County Landmark"
__ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ -
by CHARLES REEVES
It wasn't too long ago that "for- haps "boxing" the trees for their
estry" meant sawmilling or per- yield of raw gum.
That was about the size of it!
THE STAR, Port St. J.o, Pl. 32456THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970 PAGE 'THIwunrran
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b#i Peace our ed
I Furniture and TV
Say You Saw It In The Star -
State Fire Marhal Broward Wil-, Check this list to see if you have 3. Keep water in the base of your
liams cautioned Florida .residents protected your family from these tree, and remove .the tree. when
against the dangers of holiday fires. holiday fire hazards. the needles* become dry. '
"This is a very special and hap. 1. Keep your Christmas tree' 4. Never place candles on or near
,py time of year, but it is also a away from heat sources such as a the tree. ,,
season that can bring many serious radiator or TV set. 5. Don't permit your children to
and unsuspected fire hazards into 2. Never let 'a tree or other dec- play around the tree; and never
your home," he warned. orations block an exit smoke in that area.
S' 6. Use only flame retardant dec-
A n 7. Check all wires and sockets
You Are.Cordially Invited To Attend on your decorations to see if they
C URCH !, ; are in good condition. Do not use
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH them if they are not.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street 8. After presents are opened dis-
pose immediately of papers used
SUNDAY SCHOOL (9:45 AM. for wrapping. Do not burn them in
M I W Ha fireplace. .
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
'BAPTIST TRAINING UNION _...... 5:45 P.M. ."If you follow these safety guide-
EVENING WORSHIP .. 7:00 P.M. lines," Williams said, '"you will
RAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) :30 P.M. make your home more safe from
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M. fire during Christmas. Take a mo-
ment now to prevent a holiday fire
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME tragedy."
REV" L C. ODUM, Pastor 'CLASSIFIED ADS
Midaet Investments with
These happy holidays come but once
a year with a flurry of fun and good
cheer. It is our sincere hope that
this will continue throughout the year!
THE SEARS FAMILY
John, Barbara, Denise, Pamela, April,
Amy, Eric and Tina Braun
Willias Cautions Against Holiday Fire Hazards
A Very Merry
Christmas To All
MERRY CHlISrTMAS TO ONE AND ALL FROM
BILL HUMPHREY CLIFFORD THARPE WAYNE CREEL
NATHANIEL JENKINS JAMES PADGETT LLOYD DEES
FRANK and EVELYN PATE
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" SERVICE STATION
West in the1850s
The famous landscape
architect Frederick Law
Olmsted was visiting far
from home, in Texas dur-
ing the Christmas season
in the early 1850 s. Evi-
dently his preconceived
impressions of the wild
West bore out. In his diary
he noted that from his
hotel window he could see
the Christmas Eve cele-
bration in San Augustine
was noisy and boisterous.
The 'town only .had about
50 houses and 12 shops,
but its citizens gathered
into a band of serenaders
who went about the small
village beating on tin pans
and being very boisterous.
This was in sharp contrast
to Olmsted's New England
Texas and the West,
Christmas Day was often
spent in wild turkey
shoots, followed by a tre-
mendous feast with the
bird as featured fare.
U.S. Freedom '
Our religious freedoms
are sometimes lightly re-
garded by certain Amer-
kcans today, but back in
the days when our country
was very young, the free-
dom to worship as we
pleased was one of the
hard-fought victories of
The foundation for Ue
preservation of the free.
dom to celebrate suc
beliefs as Christmas -
this was the gift to o
country on that very day
in December 1776.
It happened when
George Washington and
his men won the battle at
Trenton ...* that was the
beginning of a long line of
victories that eventually
led to ultimate victory and
total independence, along
IVY AND THE
The term "'Bachanalian
revelry" often applies to
holiday celebrations. Ivy
is intertwined in the his-
tory of Bacchus, for ivy
was the Wine God's crown.
Legend tells how it was
introduced into Ireland.
When Bacchus was travel-
ing through the western
lands he visited Ireland,.
and fell in love with its
lush green, charm and
beauty. When the time
came for him to leave the
country, he decided to
plant the ivy as a-living
souvenir of his affection
for the Emerald Isle.
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THE STARA Prt St. Jo, Ple. 3245k THURSDAY., 'DECEMBER "i, 1970
*9 A j JI HBr -^~. < -I'W M
Ig|J| ee in rms write Game and Fresh Water Fish
Children Receiving Firearms for Commission, Tallahassee, Florida
Christmas Should Get 'Instructions
Children receiving firearms for Commission will mail, upon request, PINES
Christmas should also receive in- a ,summary of Florida's hunting Stand Tall
formation on their proper care and rules.and regulations and booklets!
use, and a copy of the rules gov- designed for the shooter and the' In Florida's
earning hunting activity, shooter's parents.
The Game and Fresh Water Fish For copies of the free booklets, Future!
The n-acient northe.
cioms of peregrin-
ion of the Sun, formed
definite theories about t.
was a wheel revo lvin
around the earth, and they
observed that o ne par-
ticular day in midwinter
,its appearance and dis-
appearance, marked the
shortest day of the year.
This cycle was known4to
them as the Hweol, and it
was a time of celebrating.
NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 101
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on the following des-
cribed /Garbage Containers:
1-6, 'yard; 6, 2-yard read load
garbage containers with following
1. Adaptable to Hell and Gar.
wood rear loading garbage trucks.
2. Minimum 12 gauge steel.
3. Casters minimum 2" x 6"; two
swivel and two fixed..
4. Paint-2 coats heavy, zinc
chromate primer followed by wea
therized final coat of machine ena.
All prices quoted must be FOB,
Port St. Joe, Florida. The City re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any or all bids received.
Bids must'be submitted .to the
City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box A,
Port St. Joe, Florida, 32456, no lat-
er than 12:00 noon January 5, 1971.
Bid opening will be held at the reg-
ular City Commission meeting Jan-
uary 5, 1971, at 8:00 p.m., in 'the
Municipal Building, Port St. Joe,.
C. W. BROCK 12-17
__ City Auditor and blerk 3t
As the pagan Yule cele-
brations were replaced by
the feast of Christmas, the
festival season extended
from Christmas Eve to
the Feast of the Epiphany.
This meant that the Yule
log had plenty of time, big
as it used to be, to flame
and flicker before the last
of it had smoldered to
In the agricultural econ-
omy of the pre-Civil ,War
South here ,in our own
country, the Yule 1dg was
the means of procuring a
true holiday for the field
There was on many
plantations an accepted
unwritten rule that the
slaves would not' have to
work outdoors so long as
the Yule log was alight.
The workers would take
advantage of this custom,
and select the biggest and
toughest gum tree trunk
they could find. They
would sink it under water
for weeks beforehand, to
make it as slow-burning as
possible. Sometimes one of
thesp nearly fireproof logs
would -simmer away for
; ; '
CHRISTMAS TO YOU "
To you our customers, at his very.
festive season, we wish all blessings.
Comforter Funeral Home
PETE HORTENSE ROCKY
'Smxoyth driving" thru the season!
1ALPH and HENRY'S
STANDARD SERVICE STATION
iMW Ii "B '
MERRY CHRISTMAS, FAITENDS!
THE TOML1NSON AGENCY
Let us follow the Star of Bethlehem, in search
of that peace that passes understanding. May
Christ's love abide with you and yours!
Mary Carter Paints
St. Joe Econ-o-wash-
ROBERT "Steve" NATIONS -- MAX W. KILBOURN
THE STAR. Port 4.eo. Fl. 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970 PAGE FJ~.FN
around the plants, or supplying
Ph eat. Plants are covered to slow
down the rate at which the heat
Sc M ini M usv already in the plant is lost by ra-
SCb nimon sence says that plants They need more of the anatomy moss, and pine straw. bags, be sure to set them free cold snap.n this case the frost damage is
and girls inini-sk will have covered because their lower limbs Earth is also valuable when shortly after 'Ole Sol melts the Frost has no terrors gardens mostlymechaca Ta is s
to coer up f they are going to re subject to freezing. banking young citrus trees from a frost. Otherwise a prized ornamen- of well-adapted plants. But during sided ice crystals that form inside
keep warm this winter. Instead 9 collecting fur pieces, freeze. But with the high cost of: tal may be stewed in its own juice, the sudden cold wave following a the leaves and tender plant stems
Soie tender young beauties in check around the neighborhood for real estate, the neighbors will pre- inside this collector of sun rays. prolonged warm period some plants puncture cell walls of plant tison
horts claim warmth from a mink more practical materials.These er that you use your own soil., lastic is not recommended for need a helping hand. sue, causing death to that portion
stole. But plants aren't talking. elude wood, cloth, paper, Spanish| If you cover shrubs with plastic plant protection during a severe This means putting a blanket, of the plant.
If cold air drifting down from
Yankeeland is already below freez-
ing, it quickly absorbs the heat
from the ornamentals and is likely
to kill the less hardy plants to the
We natives call this a hard freeze,
while Chamber of Commerce em-
ployees soften the term to "unusual
Covering plants during a hard
freeze is not very effective unless
you can prevent the icy wind from
coming in contact with the plant.
- During cold, windy night, a
light bulb under an airtight cover
may give a small plant the same
protection as a greenhouse. Oil
heaters can be used to warm lar-
ger plants covered by giant-size
sheets of builder's plastic.
On an icy night heat is vital and
not smoke, in spite of a popular
misconception. So, it is a waste
of time burning a pile of leaves
to smoke up the neighborhood un-
less you have devised a way to pro-
duce more heat than smoke.
The first line of defense in guard-
ing against cold injury is to plant
only those trees and shrubs that
are completely hardy in your lo-
cality. This doesn't mean that
you should not grow tender plants,
but such plants should not be the
framework of the garden.
Regard the less hardy ornamen-
tals for their beauty, and don't
plant them in a spot that will leave
a serious hole in the garden compo-
sition when a hard freeze inevita-
bly kills them to the ground.
The second line of defense a-
gainst cold injury is to have plant
tissue as fully mature as possible
when freezing temperatures occur.
The problem in Florida is that
many plants from warmer regions
fail to stop growing so as to mature
their tissue during mild autumn
If you ever find a sure-fire way
to produce dormancy in plants
ahead of every freeze, then shout it
from the rooftop, because it will
be the discovery of the century.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cauley,
Route 1, Wewahitchka, announce
the birth of a son, Trent Douglas
on December 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Moore
announce the birth of a son, Mat-
thew Stewart on November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Levaughn Chumney
of Apalachicola, announce the ar-
rival of a baby girl, Kimberly Dawn
on November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Herring
of Wewahitchka, announce the
birth of a baby boy, Gary Walter
oni November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Coachman,
121 Robbins Ave., announce the
birth of a son, Christopher Marcel
on November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. McNair,
147 Avenue A, announce the birth
of a daughter, Tamara Darlynn on
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Alford of
Apalachicola announce the birth of
a son, Sherman Lloyd on December
Mr. and Mrs. Broward R. McCoy
announce the arrival of a baby girl,
Raelene McCoy on December 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Julius, Jr.,
2C2 Hodrick Street, announce the
birth of a baby girl, Tinie Deme-
tria on December 2.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
NOTICEIO RECEIVE BIDS
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County will receive
sealed bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described personal property:
14 Windmill Palms (two 3' and
twelve 2' 3")
20 Nandina 18" 24".
11 Red Top 24" 36".
36 Blue Vase Juniper 18" 24".
28 Var. Pittosporum 12"- 15".
28 Pres. Clay Azaleas 18"- 24'".
30 Liriope Monroe No. 2.
4 Pyracantha (5 gal)
20 Pride of Mobile Azaleas 18".
4 Podocarpus 3' 4'.
With adequate organic matter
applied under plants; survival
guaranteed for one year by replace.
ment of plants if necessary. To be
planted on Courthouse yard accord.
ing to plans in the Farm Agent's
Bids will be received until Jan-
uary 4, 1971 at 9:00 o'clock, AM.,
Eastern Standard Time, at the Of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Port St. Joe, Florida.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY
ST. JOE PAPER COMPANY
K EST. JOE
THE STAR. Peort Joe Fl. 3254W THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970
IGA Brown and Serve
3 pkgs. 88c
U.S.D.A. Grade "A"
TOMS (161bs.and up)
Dec. 6 -26
rort 3t. Joe Georgia Grade
Swansdown 2 lb. pkg.
CAKE FLOUR 43c
HENS (10-16 lbs.)
Hometown 7 oz. plastic cup
Baker's Chips 6 oz. pkg.
Clorox Half Gallon
Laundry Bleach 39c
Tablerite 3 Lb.'Can
Canned Hams $2.88
TABLMMERE Standing RIB
ROAST ib. 98
'TABLER.IE Boston Butt PORK1
ROAST lb. 49
Beef 3 Lb $1.4
Fresh Pork SPARE
IG A .. : "
OCEAN PERCH ._ lb. pkg.
IGA -5 Oz. Pkgs.
Mrs. Smith Custard:" *P
PUMPKIN PIW -------- 26 oz.
.)USDA Grade 'A'
Apalachicola Fresh 15% Oz. Can
TABLERLITE Fresh GROUND
Hormel. Cure "81" HALVES
y'TABLERITE Boneless STRIP
Steaks lb. .
BACON Ib. 58c
D A R B Y
SU"NSMNE HI-HO 10 Ounce Package
NBC 11 Ounce Package
None-Such:- 9 oz. pkg.
IGA Cut Blue Lake GREEN 303 Cans
BEANS 3 C- 69c
48 Oz. Jar
IGA Sliced or Crushed IGA Cranberry
No. 2 Cans A 300 Cans
3 2$1. 39c
WE HAUL IN TWO TRUCKLOADS OF FRESH FRUIT EVERY WEEK!'
S. I Give Florida Fruits for Christm
ananas I. 0 Mail it Early!
oBananl as' Ib l c FANCY M'IYFD FRUIT RI
For Holiday Table Decoration
Parsley --- bch. 19c
Green Onions -- 2 bchs. 33c
4-5 bu. BOX FRUITS
Round Oranges $2.90
Mixed Boxes $3.50
Carrots---- bag lOc
Ga. Red Kiln Dried Sweet
Potatoes lb-- lb. 10c
Celery ----stalk 10c
Cabbage-- lb. 10c
Always Shop RICH'S IGA for the
Freshest Fruits In Town
Packed r2 bushel box _. 3.50
Maiing Full bushel box $4.75
NAVEL ORANGES-., '2 bu. bag $2.00
Juicy ORANGES-- '4 bu. bag $1.09
Oranges, Apples, Grapefruit, Tangerines
FRESH FRUIT---- 3 bags $1.00
Van Camp PORK & .Delmonte
No. 2% Can No. 303 Can
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
6 Btl. Ctns. COKE or PEPSI-With $10 Order
COLAS 3 -.$1
Pepperidge Farm Cornbrbad or Seasoned
STUF ING.d- ,8 oz. bag 33c
Brock Assorted Chocolate
CANDY...... 3 Ib.box $3.75
DRINKS 10 Cans 98c
Georgia Grade 'A'-With $15.00 Order
1 doz. EGGS FREE
7 1 r al ICI
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PAO E SEOM9N~B
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -.- NOT STAMPS