The star
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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1971
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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"P.rt St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"



Thirty Florida banks, including-
the Florida First National Bank
:._at. Port 9t. Joe, with. total de-
posits of over $1 billion were
united last Thursday into the
''*.o'state's largest holding company,
designed to divest duPont inter-
est in the banks.
The banks were P originally
jg members of the Florida' Nation-'
al. Group, of Banks, controlled
by Edward Ball of Jacksonville
Sand the dipPoit estate. ,
Floridai National anks of
Florida, : c., official me of.
,,'.,the holding company,; i owns
.the 30 banks and-for .t! pres-
ent--the .duPonts own be hold-
gag company.
.: Employees, directors and af-
'. .filiates of the 30 banks were of-
- fered stock exchanges in the
Snew corporation and the large

two Accidents In

City This Week

Two automobile a cci dents
were reported in the City Limits
during the past week by City

,...Monday, morning, William
Riihard Merchant pulled- into
Ihe intersection of Garrison Ave.
,nueand Bighwam y 71 and struck
Sa Gulf. County Sheriff-s patrol
:ca.r, driven by Larry lodges.7
Damages to bothleqrp were' esti-
mated at about $40. .
; The accident was investigated',
by City Patrolman Jack Davila.,
eseday at. 12:50 'pan., a se"-
ond accident -was reported on
Seventi Stree .
According to, investigating of-
ficer Jack Davila, a motorcycle
Driven .by Richard Phillip Max-
well struck the rear of an auto-,
mobile driven by Mrs. Avery'
Howell, as she was turning into
her driveway. (
Maxwell whs thrbwn 30 feet
by the impact and suffered sev-
eral cuts, bruises and abrasions
on the face and legs. Richard D.
Sniith, a passenger 'qn 'the cycle
injured his loot.

number' of shares 'controlled by
the duPohts were placed on sale.
Local bank officials say there
/ will be no apparent change in
banking operations or personnel.
here in Port St. Joe. The only
change will be in ownership of
the bank's stock, which will not
affect its local program.
The divestiture was ordered
by Congress -as a result of the
SBank Holding Act of, 1966.
Eventually, stockholders in :
the! individual banks will ex-
,,chnge their sha es for shares in
Sthe holding company. The npm -
'ber they receive will be pro-rated
according to the value of the
W"li k' stock.
duPont interests agreed to the
holding company if at'least 80
per cent of the bank's stock was
put up Tor 'exchange by share-,
holders. A bank official said by,'
the Thursday deadline that "we'
appear to be over 90 per cent."
The total number of shares
available for exchange was 9.47
million with 'a total value ex-
ceeding $112 million: .
Ball was appointed president
of the, new holding company,
Charles B. Norton of Jacksonville
will serve as secretary and Mack-
sonville attorney Fred Kent will
be vice president. The 'company,
*'ss chartered ih January 1970
and, was approved by the Fed-
eral esevet Board last August.

Junior Class Offering
3-Act Ilay Tonight

The Junior Class of Port St.
Joe High School will present a
play, "'The Perfect Idiot" writ-
ten by' Grant Atkinson, Wednes-
day and Thursday nights of
this week.
The performance will be giv-
en in the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School Auditorium.
Admission will be ,$1.00 for
adults and 50c for students.
Performances will be held
each night beginning 'at 7:30

First Teacher Dies

In Tallahassee

Mrs. Farris Davis Bauer, 84,
Tallahassee, died last Wednes-
day night at her home after a
long illness.
Mrs. Bauer was the first
school teacher in Port'St. Joe
back in the early 1900's. Mrs.
Bauer was brought to Port St.
Joe by the Apalachicola North-
ern Railroad between 1910 and
1915 to teach school before a
school had been established in
Port St. Joe.

Port St. Joe's Mayor proves his versatility this
week by switching from his championship bowl-
ing of last, week to peddling Girl Scout Cookies
this week. The Mayor is shown giving Brownies
and Girl Scouts Cindy Freeman; Sally p'Shall,
Dee Dee Gainous and, Susan Watts, left to right,
pointers in how to .get a dollar out of people

City Places Long Avenue Project

At Top of Secondary Road Request

The City Commission had pre-
pared a tentative five year road
building and resurfacing plan to
approve Tuesday night and pre-
sent to the State Department-of
Transportation for inclusion in
the county's secondary road pro-
gram. '
A petition presented by a,

group of Long Avenue citizens
changed all that.
Robert Davis, R. C. Lewis,, L.
B. Nichols, John Williams and
Ollie Stuzman, presented a peti-
tion to the board signed by 39
,residents on South Long Avenue
requesting sidewalks, storm sew-
ers, curb and gutter be installed

Corporation Takes On

Operation of Florida

Group of 30 Banks

on our list of requests, and if
we receive any secondary road
work this year, it should be first
to be accomplished".
The Board will make their five
year road request on March 11
at a meeting in Tallahassee.
Projects requested for the cur-
rent fiscal year include the fol-
lowing streets:
1. Storm, sewer, sidewalks,
curb and gutter Long Avenue,
19th Street to Niles Road.
2. 20th Street from Highway
98 to Monument Avenue, widen
to 32' and resurface, curb, gut-
ter and sidewalks.
3. Forest Park Avenue from
16th Street to Niles Road, pave,
curb, gutter and sidewalks.
4. Harbor Street from Avenue
A to Clifford Sims Drive, pave,
curb and gutter.
5.. Broad Street from Avenue
A to Clifford, Sims Drive, pave,
curb and gutter.
6. Apollo Street from Avenue
A to Clifford Sims Drive, pave,
curb and gutter.
7. Liberty Street from Avenue
A to Clifford Sims Drive, pave,
curb and gutter.
8. Sunset Circle, widen to 32'
resurface, curb and gutter.
9. Battles Street from Avenue
A to Avenue F, widen to 32', re-
surface, curb, gutter and side-

Port St. Joe Will Host District II,

Class 'B' Cage Tourney Next Week

SPort St. Joe will be the. host
this year for the District MI,
Class 'B' basketball tournament,
according to coach Bill Dickson.
The tournament will begin'
next Friday night, February 26,
at 8:00 p.m.,
The opening game will pit

Week End Sale

Offering Savings
Port St. Joe merchants are
conducting their annual Wash-
ington's Birthday Sale this week,
end, joining in a big city-wide
Participating merchants have
listed some of their savings on
pages five through eight of this
week's issue of The Star and

, Blbuntstown against Chattahoo-
ehee. The, championship game
Friday night will have Port St.
Joe's "Sharks" going against the
winner of Friday's game.
The winner of the tournament
will advance to the Region I,
Class "B" tournament, which
Dickson is attempting to have
played here also.
Last year, the 'Sharks" ad-
vanced to the finals in the re-
gion play, but 'lost to Baker.
The Sharks will finish up their
regular' season with a game
against Apalachicola here tomor-
row night and Godby will come'
here for the finale on Saturday

Golf Tournament
BOgied by Weather
The Port St. Joe Lions" Club
first annual golf tournament will
- get underway this week, accord-
ing to Lou Little, one of the pro-
ject committee members.
The tournament was schedul-
ed to .start last Saturday, but
was postponed a week due to
bad weather.
Participants will follow the
same tee-off schedule as was set
up for last Saturday.

by selling two boxes of cookies at a time..
The Girl Scouts and Brownies are using the
Mayor's pointers this week in selling a record
number of the delicious cookies throughout the
city. The proceeds front the cookie sale goes to
finance Girl Scout work throughout the council.
-Star photo

High School Announces Semester

And Six Weeks Honor Students

Smith Rolls A

Perfect Game

Houston Smith of Jay, who
bowls with a Pensacola team,
electrified spectators and parti-
cipants in the Northwest Florida
bowling tournament here last
Saturday afternoon by rolling a
perfect 300 game.
Smith rolled the first perfect
game in the tournament, and
officials feel it will also be the
last one recorded in the tournma-
The tournament which is at-
tracting bowlers from Tallahas-
see to Pensacola will continue
for e .next two week. ends.

Principal Zack Wuthrich, Port
St. Joe High School announces
the names of honor students for
'the third six weeks, period of
school and for the first semester.
All "A's"
Students making all A's for
the third six weeks period are:j
7th Grade-Regina Ellis, She-
ryl Roberson and Susan Quarles.
8th Grade-Teresa Brown.
9th Grade-Wayne Gable and
Danny Hand.
11th Grade-Kitty Core and
.Geo ge McLawhon.
"A's" and "B's"
Students making all "A's" aid
"B's" for third six weeks in-
7th Grade-Dennis Arnold,
Angela Barnes, Marcia Biggins,.
April Brown, Rita Casey, Pam
Collier, Cindy Freeman, Dee Dee
Gainous, Marie Gilbert, Philip
Goldsberry, Kathy Gray, Karen
Hanson, Cheryl Hatcher, Andy
May, Lisa Melton, Bill Norton,
Nan Parker, Joelyn Parrott, Gail
Rogers, Tammy Rushing, Joni
Shores, Janis Schweikert, Ricky
Summers, Sanolra Tootle, Dicky
Wager, Bill Wall, Janice Walton
and Scotty White.
8th Grade-Fran Allen, Carol
Barton, Carrie Brown, Denise
Brown, Dianne Collier, Julie Col-
linsworth, Ang ela Dearinger,
Rhonda Green, Lila Gunter, Jan
Hammock, Tony Harrison, Bruce
May, Rose Noble, Pam Parker,
Charlotte Phillips, Sarah Ann
Roberts, Jay Stevens, Mike Todd,
Sank.dy Ward, Cindy Wilson and

Mark Wimberly.
9th Grade--Martin Bigins, De-
borah Burke, Catherine Carlston,
Susan :Cater, Russell Chason,
Tavia' Copenhaver, Gayla Davis,
Linda Field, Carl Guilford, Eva
Maddox, Barbara Merritt., Nancy
Noble, Linda Mdbley, "Wendy
Pital, Pam Reeves, John Rich,
Laura Rudd, Bill ,Shiipley, Dale
'Taylor, Randy Walden, Melonie
Witherow. '
10th Grade-Robert Creamer,
Greg Goodman, Michael' Leavell,
Catherine Lyons and Talmon
Sisk. i *
'11th Grade Lucia Arnold,
Patti Combs, Allen Hammock,
Judy Hendrix, Linda Lews, Judy
Schweikert and Freda Sutton.
,12th Grade Charles Britt,
Cindy Butts, Janie Cathey, La-
Nel; Chason, Tim Collinsworth,
Larry Copenhaver, Delores Dick-
ey, Ronnie Dupree, John Good-
man, Eddie Holland,' Lynn Knox,
Deborah Mallett, Marsha Player,
Billy Rich, Patsy Roberson Mary
Jo Shipley, Kenny Small, Ab St.
John, Charlene Thomas, Brenda
Weeks, Sharon Wilson.
Students making all A's for
the semester:
7th Grade-Regina Ellis and
Susan Quarles.
8th Grade-Rhonda Green.
11th Grade-Kitty Core and
George McLawhon.
Students making all "A's" and
and "B's" for the semester:
7th Grade Dennis Arnold,

Marcia Biggins, Rita Causey,
Steve Cloud, Pam Collier, Mike
Dean, Susan Dupree, Mike Ether-
idge, Cindy Freeman, Dee Dee
Gainous, Mari Gilbert, 'Philip'
Goldsberry, Kathy Gray, Karen
Hanson, Cheryl Hatcher, Lisa
Melton, Guy Nelson, Nan Parker,
Jolyn Parrott, Sheryl Roberson,,
Gail Rogers, Sandy Sanborn,
Sandra Tootle, Dicky Wager,
Bill Wall and Janice Walton.
8th Grade-Fran Allen, Carol.
Antley, Carol Barton, Robert
Blick, Charles Branch, Pam
Braun, Denise Brown, Teresa
Brown, Dianna Collier, Julie Col-
linsworth, Susie Garrett, Lila
Gunter,' Tony Harrison, Jan
Hammock, Bruce May, Debra
Murphy, Rose Noble, Gregg Nor-
ris, Pam Parker, Charlotte Phil-
lips, Sarah Ann Roberts, Jay Ste-,
vens, Mike Todd, Cindy Wilson,
Mark Wimberly, Sandy Ward.
9th Grade-Martin Biggins,
Deborah Burke, Susan Carter,
,Russell Chason, Tavia Copenha-
ver, Gayla Davis, Robert Dick-
ens, Wayne Gable, Joni Grace,
Carl Guilford, Danny Hand, Eva
Maddox, Barbara Merritt, Linda
Mobley, Nancy Noble, Wendy
Pitzl, Pam Reeves, Laura Rudd,
Bill Shipley, Dale Taylor, Randy
Walden Melonie Witherow.
10th Grade-Robert Creamer,
Greg Goodman, Talmon Sisk.
11th Grade-Jed Braxton, Ter-
ry Chason, Dewana Guillot, Al-
len Hammock, Desda Harper,

Angela Barnes, -David Barton, '--"Jdy"'Hendrix, Rick Lamberson,

.have many other values to offer
Linda Lewis and Freda Sutton. du'Un the three day event.

12th Grade--Janie Cathey, La-
Nell Chason, Tim Co.insworth,
Larry Copenhaver, Eddie Hol-
land, Lynn Knox, Deborah Mal-
lett, Jan Peterson, Marsha Play-
er, Billy Rich Patsy Roberson,
Mary Shipley, Kenny Small, Ab
St. John, Charlene Thomas, Bren-
da Weeks, Clara 'hitfield and
Sharon Wilsoni

Washington's Birthday Sale is
another sale event introduced
to this part of Florida by the'
Port St. Joe Retail Merchant's
The pale is designed as a sea-'
son's end clearance vehicle, so
area shoppers can expect some
hefty price cuts in downtown.
Port St. Joe this week end.

Port St. Joe From 200 to
250 mathematics teachers and
teacher aides are expected at the
Third Northwest Florida Mathe-
matics Conference here Feb. 22.
Plans for a daylong conference
program, at Port St. Joe High
School, have been announced by
a committee of teachers from
several counties. The conference
will begin at 9 a.m. and end at
3:30 p.m. (EST).
Dr. William Fitzgerald, an as-
sociate professor of mathematics,
and elementary education at
Michigan State University, will
be one of the principal speakers.
Others assuming consultant or
leadership roles in the con-
ference include Mrs. Andria'
Troutman, mathematics supervis-

or f o r Hillsborough County
Schools; Mrs. Renee Henry, Flor-
ida Department of Education
mathematics consultant; Dr. Tom
Denmark, President of the Flor-
ida Council of Teachers of Math-
ematics, and Dr. Robert Kansky
of Florida State University.
Dr. Fitzgerald is the author of
"The Laboratory Manual for Ele-
mentary Mathematics," plus a
series of algebra and geometry
textbooks. Mrs. Troutman has de-
veloped a curriculum for slow
learners in upper elementary
and junior high schools, with
emphasis on mathematics.
Zack Wuthrich is principal of
the host school.
The conference is being co-
sponsored by the Florida Depart-

ment of Education, The Panhan.
dle Area Educational Coopera- "-
tive and the Florida' Council of
Teachers of Mathematics.
Bulk of the attendance is ex-
pected from the nine counties
holding membership in the co-
.operative, which has offices in
Chipley. Teachers and teacher
aides from other, counties, how-
ever, are invited to attend.
Members of the planning com-
Sadie Williams, Panama City;
Billy Barlow, Port St. Joe; Tony
Barbee, Port St. Joe; John Brown-
eli, Bonifay; Alan Shiver, Bristol;
Lloyd Paul, Bonifay; Merle
Jones and Susan Roberts both
of Chipley; Olivia Hearn, Mill-
ville and Mabry McDonald, Bris-


on the street from 19th Street to
Niles Road.
The petitioners pointed out
to the Board that Long Avenue
is the main thoroughfare to both
schools in Port St. Joe and car-
ry 'too much vehicular and foot
traffic to remain in its present
state. Robert Davis, acting as
spokesman for the group point-
ed out that there was sidewalk
on only one side of the street
and it ended at the Elementary,
,School. Davis also pointed to the
dangerfof the deep ditch on one
side of the street which usually
had a'good deal of water in it.
Mayor Frank Pate told the
group that the Board has been
aware of the conditions that pre-.
vail and they had been attempt-
ing to get the state to install
pipe in the ditches, since Long
Avenue is a state secondary road.-
The Board agreed Tuesday to
go a step further and request the
work petitioned to be included in
their five-year road plan, which
was coming up later in the meet-
ing, and give it number one pri-
The Board was unanimous in
approving this change.
Mayor Pate told the group'
that -their actions didn't neces-
sarily mean that the project,
would be done right away. "How-
ever", he said, "It is number' one

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Legally, the County Commission was within its of guaranteeing payment for engineering o
bounds last week when it guaranteed payment, with tax they could at least take the same avenue(
payers money, of engineering fees for design of water and rebate for expenses which might be incurr
sewer systems for Oak Grove and White City. But the expect the taxpayers of the county to bea
legality came by way of special concessions and we can- expenses.
not agree with their actions. As a rule, people live in the outlying
True Oak Grove and White City need water. But away from restrictions set by municipaliti
like other areas in the county having water systems, they instances, to be relieved of the expenses i
should be expected to pay' for it on their own, and not nishing city services. 'We see nothing wi
rely on the county as, a whole to be encumbered in any But we do think it's wrong for the County
,way, financially, to provide these services. If the County expect the rest of us to bear the liability i
Commission wishes to use its influence or the influence fishing city services in areas which were
of. the county as a whole in obtaining these systems, that's out of city responsibilities.
all' right. But guaranteeing financing for any part, we We see in county's moe, the ope
think, is going too far. \ dora's box. The City of Port St. Joe cou
'Neither the City of Port St. Joe nor the City of Wewa- expect the county to guarantee its engine
hitchka calls upon, nor could they receive, any guarantee for design of its new sewage disposal plant.
- of county financial backing on such services or their ex- had some water tank trouble last summer
tension. Highland View has the only other water system difficulty in guaranteeing financing for nee
in the county and they did not rely on county financing By the county's move, Wewahitchka coi
or guarantees to get it., within their rights to expect the county to
When water or services inside the City are extended, loan to make these repairs.
a lien is placed against property served to guarantee Like we said earlier, we know it's leg
payment of the costs involved. 'If the county is desirous don't think it's right.

How To Make A Monster

Charles Manson and three of his "hippie" followers
have been found guilty of first degree murder in-the
bloody slaughter of seven hapless victims, one of whom
was the pregnant actress Sharon Tate. Thus, "justice
has been done"--but the dead cannot be brought back,
nor can they be spared theJhorror of their death. Hope-
fully, the conviction will deter other would-be criminals.
But there is still the nagging question: 4Why?" The
/ parents of Sharon Tate--who lost not only a daughter
but an unborn grandchild as well-said, at the end of the
long trial, that they were still haunted by the question,
"How could anybody do puch a terrible thing?"
Theories abound. It was widely reported that Man-
son "went bad" because he was "cruelly deprived as a
Child. But an enterprising reporter, Dave Smith of the
"Los Angeles Times", found and interviewed the mother
of Manson, who, under another name, lives virtually in
hiding. And according to her, Manson was a pampered
child .who got his own. way in nearly everything.' "If
Charles wanted anything, I'd give it to him," she told

Americans, while taking for
granted the privilege of voting,
too often fail to exercise the'
perogative. If the weather is
:bad, or they find it inconveni-
ent, many citizens 'fail to vote.
They seem satisfied in the
knowledge that they can vote if
they are so, inclined.
Now comes Florida's John
Perry with a proposal that, at
first, seems ridiculous. But it
becomes worthy of serious
thought when you familiarize
yourself with the proposition.
Perry suggests that the Feder-
al government pay its citizens
$500 cash for voting. Would you
miss voting if you knew your
failure to do so would cost you
$500 smackers? The $500 reward
would be tax free.

Perry, a successful business-
man, thinks his plan is far more
sane than the practice of throw-
ing billions to the four winds
trying to protect all mankind
and maintaining a monstrous
bureaucracy thpt is getting us
nowhere and bleeding the nation
to death.
Perry's plan starts with the
plain fact that American cor-
porations pay a lot of taxes; in
1969, about $37 billion. These
funds flow through our govern-
ment bureaucracy and out the
other end, substantially demi-
nished, as far as any benefit to
the nation or the taxpayer.
Instead of giving the greedy
bureaucrats all this money to
play wild and loose with, he
urges it be used to pay individ-

Published Every Thursday at 306 Wllisamg Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida.
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLT R. AMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosromICE Box 308 PHoN 227-8161
Pomr ST. JoE, FLOBW A 3245
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., $2.25 THREE MOS., $17.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommissions in'advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such

The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vI nces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

f these services
e and collect a
red,'rather than
ar such- possible

districts to get
es and in some
involved in fur-
rong with this.
Commission to
involved in fur-
settled to get

ning of a pan-
ld legitimately
ering expenses
and had some
cessary repairs.
nld have been
, guarantee the

al, but we still

True, Manson had been born out of wedlock. True,
he had not seen his father after he was four years old.
But he was surrounded by an overindulgent family, in-
cluding his mother, her-sister, his uncle and his grandmro-
"If Charles wanted money to go to the pictures, he'd
Come and get it from me, and then he'd get it from his
grandmother and my sister, too." Mrs. Manson told
Smith. "He never had to do a thing 'to earn what he
wanted. He didn't even have to do things'around the
house, like rake leaves or mow lawns .. Until Charles
came out to California when he was about 21, he never
worked a whole day in his' life."
It's an old saying, that the Devil finds work for idle
hands to do. Hannah More, the great 18th century Eng-
lish writer and philanthropist, wrote that "Idleness among
-children, as among men, is the root of all evil." There
is ample evidence that these Wvise words of yesterday,
scorned by many today, contained far more truth than

- Say You Saw It In The Star -

ual citizens for exercizing their
voting privilege. It would cer-
tainly stimulate their interest
in government and would pro-
bably serve to end the present
monstrous waste of funds.
Perry believes it will help to
solve our poverty problem by a
more efficient distribution of
dollars within the country. His
proposal concerns only voters
who vote in national elections
and does not include state and
local elections.
It goes without saying that po-
liticians, no matter what party,
will oppose the plan. They would
rather give billions of dollars to
people they feel they can con-
trol than pay out the taxpayers'
dollars to any person who is
willing to vote to earn it.
I is plan, Perry thinks, would
help the government out of its
spendthrift, wasteful ways by
giving the Treasury a great deal
less money to spill around. By
1975 Perry figures the take from
corporation taxes would be a-
round $5P billion if his plan is
put into effect now. That big
cut in federal intake would force
the spending and planning of
what is left to be done, with a
sharp pencil. Isn't it beginning
to make sense to you as a tax-
If would arouse the personal
interests of every citizen in
government and put a stop to the
senseless studies, surveys and'
other costly efforts that have got-
ten us nowhere and cost billions.
If you would like to know more
about the Perry plan I suggest
you secure a copy of Look maga-
zine. After reading it you may
feel like writing your Congress-
man and Senators.

Midoet Investments That Y;eld
)tent Returrm




Oil Exploration Film
Shown Kiwanis Club

An interesting film on the
continuing search for oil entit-
led, "The Big Deep" was shown
to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday.
The film brought out the fact
that machines, driven and lub-
ricated by oil, now do 99% of
our work. The world uses one
billion gallons of oil every day.
Machines depend on energy sup-
plied by oil.
It was pointed out by the film
that oil is still plentiful, but
it is found in increasingly hard
to get to places, such as the
ocean and frozen North.
Predictions are that the world
will need twice the oil produc-
tion by the year 2000 that is re-
quired now. This means find-
ing even more supplies.
The vastness of the oil econ-
omy of the world was born out
in the film by the statement
"40% of the world's shipping
carries oil".

Letter to

the Editor

Dear Mr. Ramsey:
Reluctantly, we request that
you discontinue our subscription
to The Star. We were only at
Port St., Joe temporarily; and
I having moved on, we find it is
too complicated to have a news-
paper forwarded several times.
In our opinion, The Star is a
great paper, representing well
the town and "oople of Port St.
Joe. We have both enjoyed read-
ing every -"ord in it each week,
taking particular pleasure in the
editorial page.
We lived at Mexico Beach dur-
ing the five months we were in
your area, but consider Port St.
Joe "our town", anl we left a
part of our hearts there. Each
person we met there made us
feel at home. We were tAeated,
hot like strangers, or even new-
comers, but "home folks".
The attitude of the local folks
ini supporting the high school
football and basketball teams is
wonderful, and has much to do
with the excellence of the teams.
As for us, the Sharks gave us
some of the most exciting mo-
ments we've known!
We hope to return to Port St.
Joe some day; but whether, we
do or not, we'll remember you
all with warm appreciation.
Sincerely Yours,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Barnett
Jacksonville, Florida

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Too Late To Classify

By Russell Kay

THE STAR, Podt St. Joe, FI& 2456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1971

Are you bothered with improper billing or annoying
messages from a computer, when you know such bills and
or messages aren't justified? Upon investigation, you
find out there's been a mistake and an apology is forth-
I'm not a computer expert, but I think I've found
the cause.
Static electricity is the culprit.
In Leeds, England, last week it was found that a com-
puter was being fouled up and doing the wrong work and
the cause was finally traced to a girl, working in the of-
fice, wearing nylon panties, walking back and forth
beside the computer. The static electricity generated by
the movement of her nylon panties caused the circuitry
of the computer to go wild. Maybe that's what's happened'
to you.

The cold snap, accompanied by a low humidity last
week gave, us trouble here at The Star, too. We didn't
have our static caused by pretty young things walking
: around in their nylon underwear, like the English com-
puter, but we had our share of the static electricity which
causes sheets '8f paper to behave like it had gule all over
one side. A'sheet of paper would be delivered out of the
newspaper press, and when the delivery would retract
for a another sheet of printed paper, the sheet just deliv-
ered would go back in the press with the delivery. Then
the mhtal rollers on the folding machine attracted the pa-
per being folded like honey attracts bees.
Looking on the bright side there's one good thing
that comes with the cold weather; every home is blessed
with'ice water piped in every cold water faucet. This ser-
vice is usually reserved for expensive hotels and motels.
This is the week for England.
We saw a small article in the paper the other day
where a boy had an accident in England. His daddy took
his car to a'20-ton bulldozer and had the operator smash
the vehicle into scrap iron "to teach the boy not to drive
so reckless".
What that father should have done is what any mo-
dern father would have done: pay the boy's fine, his dam-
ages and cuss out the police for arresting him in the first
place: then buy the boy a new higher-powered car as a
reward for being "maligned by the fuzz".

Intersection Monument and Constitution
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship ..--.. 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship ...........-----------.................. 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .................. 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendlinesp Still Survives"
Mehois ouh eloshp ---........I:0 PM

THE STAR. Port '. .*., Pil. 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1971

-r d G Club
Program On Roses Presented Garden Club
A im6st informative program on ,a small amount of rose special but aiOl six dogwood trees plant-' to get the color you want.
the culture of roses was presented commercial fertilizer; o b s e rve 'ed. For blue flowers apply chealat-
to the Port St. Joe Garden Club planting' rules-.'do not bury -the1 "Culture, and care of hydran- ed iron. Follow directions given for
'at their regular meeting Feb-uary graft; water well; spray weekly to geas" was the subject of the hor-, the brand you buy. Fertilize at
11. The speaker was Mrs. J. M. control black spot, mildew and in- ticultural report given by Mrs. H. least twice during the-growing sea-
Beatty of the Panama City Garden sects. Roses should be fed after W. Griffin. She stated that hydran. son with rose special' or 8-8-8. Wa-
Club. each period of bloom. They require geas should be given an applica- ter generously.
Some of the suggestions given six hours of full sunshine. tion "of barnyard ,fertilizer Febru- The meeting 'was held at the
Were to buy "only number one! The president, Mrs. 0;. C. Ham- ary 14 or shortly thereafter. If you home of Mrs. R. H. McIntosh with
`.plants grafted on Cherokee 'rose mond presided and gave a report want pink blossoms apply dolo- Mrs. Milton Chafin as co-hostess.
-9rt stock; plant in beds; two feet on the work done on the grounds mite lime or Epsom salts at the
ide 'for single rows, four feet of the Garden Center. The ground same time. About two tablespoons The plub plans to sell caladium
wide for double rows (if double has been leveled by labor donated full to a small plant, and repeated. bulbs again this year. Watch for
-rows, stagger plants); mulch soil by Ralph Nance and .O C. Hiam- several times during-the growing an announcement of when the
S with peat, barnyard, fertilizer and mond. A driveway has been laid season. Soils differ, so experiment bulbs are available.

I roto


Karen Burch, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Burch, was hon-
eored on her 12th birthday Mon-
day with a skating party at the
Oak Grove Skating Rink.
Helping Karen celebrate the
occasion were: Vickie Burke,

Patsy Lowery, Sharon Burch,
Carolyn and Sharon Robinson,
Amy Braun, Jerry Lewis, Dianna
Williams, Marion Costin, Tammy
McMillian, Pam McClamma, Vic-
kie Boyd, Debbie Fowler, Deb-
ra Huckeba, Peggy; Kirkland,

Margaret McInnis, Ronnie Mad-
dox, Tim Etheridge, Tony Rich,
Scott Lamberson, Randy Phil-
lips, Mike Blackburn, Keef Pet-
tis, Sammy Parker, Travis Burge
Ray Lawrence and Cindy Robin-

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White City Young Adults 'Enjoy
Steak Supper and Valentine 'Party
Twenty young adults enjoyed 'doctor and surgean but also the
the Saturday Valentine steak sup- healing hand of God, the Great
per and party Saturday night at Physician".
the Whilte City Baptist Church. Those attending were David
The social hall was decorated on
the theme of "Dr. Dan Cupid's
Heart Hospital Party". Bible Ta in at
Rev. Price returned thanks af- Bible Teaching at
ter which everyone enjoyed a de-
licious meal of steak, baked pota- A series of Bible teaching cour-
to, baked onion, tossed green sal- ses will be held each Thursday
ad, barbecue bread and spice cake night at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellow-
with cream frosting. ship Hall of the Oak Grove Assem-
In the back door came Dr. Dan bly of God Church.

Cupid and his nurse, (Elsie Cau-
ley and Phyllis Price). It was an-
nounced that they would be taken
on a guided tour of the '"Sacred
Heart Hospital".
The tour, closed with a message
from Dr. Dan Cupid: "To heal
hearts we must have not only the


Two 40-minute teaching, periods
th a 15 minute break for refresh-
ents will be held.
Those attending are urged to
ter through the parking lot side
rear door of the church build-

Fresh Pork

First Cut
lb. 49c

Center Cut Rib
lb. 79c

Rich, Betty Rich, Rita Davis, Gar3
Davis, Charlene Smith, Herberi
Smith, Cathy Weston, Randy Wes
ton, Gayle Horton, David Horton
Shirley Murphy, Billy Murphy
Carolyn Young, Donny Young, El
sie Cauley, Charles Cauley, Dian(
Terry, Jack Terry, Rev. Allen Price
and Phyllis Price, class teacher

Assembly of God
A large 18-foot color canvas ol
God's plan of the ages will be used
Rev. J. W. Knizley, D.D., will be
teaching, assisted by Rev. T. Ken.
nedy. The study will cover dif.
ferent parts of deep scriptural
truths, with the main emphasis on
All denominations are invited
to attend.
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson is pas-
tor of the church.

OPEN SUND.&Y 10:0) A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 18, 19, 20

With $10.00 Order or More


10 Lb.


Argo No. 303 Cans Georgia Grade 'A'
Sweet Peas or Corn 5 cans 99c Large EGGS -----2 doz. 99c
Large No. 2Va cans Chicken, Beef or Turkey 8 oz.
Peaches 4 CANS POT PIES -------5 for 99c
No. 2 cans ANS 6 Oz. Cans Frozen Old South
Sliced Pineapple ORANGE JUICE 6 cans 99c
No. 2/2 cans Showboat Golden Ripe
Pork & Beans BANANAS --------lb. 10c
15 ounce can Jack 2 Pound Bag
Mackerel --- Yellow ONIONS -- bag 29c

Round, White


10 Ibs. 59c

Georgia Grade 'A' Fresh Tender, Delicious
Whole FRYERS -- lb. 29c 7-Bone STEAK ----- Ib. 69c
SIRLOIN, RIB or Full Cut

Round Steak

Cubed Shoulder Boneless
ROUND STEAK -----lb. 99c Rolled CHUCK ------lb. 79c




F -aI I I

Ib. 99c
Boneless l 9
Shoulder ROAST----lb. 89c

Celebrates Birthday


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, P. 3245 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1971


" The Tattlfer

Published by
MOYLES Clothing and Footwear
Phone 227-4261
STORE NO. 1-For Ladies and Children
STORE NO. 2, 2nd Floor-For Men and Boys
-- Sales and Service BOYLES
Mrs. Roy Taylor, Mrs. Ralph Branch --_ Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Mrs. Mary Lou Rhame Ladies' Lingerie
Mrs. Mary Reeves -.. Shoes
Mrs. Ronnie McDonald Children's Department
Mrs. Wayne Cross Men's nad Boys' Department
SSheila Humphrey Office
Charles Demmings Maintenance


Now, Birthdays Changed for Convenience! George
Washington's Birthday (Feb. 22) 1971 (Space Age)
Ieb. 15 Commercially Celebrated (City-Wide
Sale)'. February 18, 19, 20

Dear Friends:
Looks like above caption indi-
cates we're getting ahead of our-
selves even though we're' be-
hind G. W.'s new birthday ar-
ranged principally\ for Uncle
. Sam's employees (It appears)
Anyway, Boyles has assembled
scores of wearable items on
which you can save up to 50%.
Both the 1st and 2nd floors at
Boyles are blooming out already
for the brightest Spring and
Easter ever! Please come and
Did you hear Dept.-The dri-
ver who burns up the road may
end up in the cooler. Two giant,
nationwide department stores in
trouble with Uncle Sam "De-
ceptive Advertising". Perhaps
there are others just hap-'
pened to read about two. While
on our recent trip Mrs. B. paid
$1.75 for a small drug item she
can buy at home for 78c!
"Every individual has a place
to fill in the world, and i im-
portant' in some respect, whe-
ther he chooses to be or not" (N.
H.) Three of the national

brand names appearing at Boyles
(Men and Boy's Store) during
1970 ... "Hushpuppies" ...
"Manhattan Shirts" (For Men
and Women) "Levis" (the
wonder jeans). The new non-
wrinkleable "Wembley Ties",
"Campus" and "Manha ttan"
shirts are filled with spirit lift-
ing colors, and most striking in
appearance. These are days of
New Life in 'clothing and foot-
wear for men long overdue!
We must admit, however, the
colorful, space age styles for the
ladies are -still out 'in front.
Won't you see the folks at
Boyles? They'll be happy to help
you look .. and still hap-
py whether you buy or not. We'll
rely on the merchandise to Turn
you On!!
This is long enough. must
close. Writer is preoccupied .
thinking how we can make
(coming up- March 1) the great-
est Silver Savings (green stuff,
too) event ever. Just remember,
February is a month of GREAT
S'long! ... RGB

Mihlfield -Richardson

Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Mihlfeld
of Gainesville, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Stephanie to David E. Richard-

I wish to thank the many friends
who came to see me while I was
in the hospital. I especially appre-
ciated the flowers and the cards I
received. Thank you so much. It
means as much to a person to hear
from friends when they are in the
I also want to thank Dr. Simpson
and those who work in the hospital
who were so kind.
Mrs. John Ford

son, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Richardson of Port St. Joe.
Miss Mihlfeld is a graduate of
Gainesville High School in 1968
apd from Chipola Junior College
in 1970. She is now attending
the University of Florida, ma-
joring in elementary educa-
Mr. Richardson is a 1968 grad-
uate of Port( St. Joe High School
and a 1970 graduate of Chipola
Junior College. He is now attend-
ing the University of Florida.
The wedding will be an event
of March 20 at Westside Bap-
tist Church in Gainesville at
3:00 p.m.

Miss McGill, Mr. Smith Married


Shower Honors Miss Jan Fleming

Miss Jan Fleming was honor-
ed with a kitchen shower Feb-
ruary 6, at the home of Miss
Judy Moore. Other honored'
guests were Mrs. Billy Fleming,
mother of the bride-elect and
Mrs. Robert Nobles, mother of
*the groom-elect.
Hostesses for the occasion
were Mrs. James Tankersley

and Miss Judy Moore.
Refreshments were served in
a lovely setting of pink and
white. Jan's chosen colors. Many
friends attended showering the
bride-elect with useful gifts.
Miss Fleming will become the
bride of Robert Nobles, Jr., the
evening of March fifth.

Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles Honored

SBy Children On Golden Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles of
Highland View were honored
with a reception in observance
of 'their fiftieth wedding anni-
versary at the Oak Grove Assem-
bly of God Church Sunday after-
Guests were greeted and
cared for by their children and
their families: Mr. and Mrs. L.
E. Thursby, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde

E. Miles, Mr. and Mrs. James
Grissett and Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Burrows.
The guest- book was kept by
Mrs. Clyde E. Miles. Granddaugh-
ters of the couple, Mrs. Donnie
Lance, Macon, Ga., Mrs. Lind-
say Thursby, Jr., Enterprise,
Ala., Miss Cherie Yopp, Macon,
Ga., and Mrs. Ricky Thursby of
Port St. Joe served the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles were mar-
ried February 16, 1921 at the
Court House in Panama City.
Rev. Hazel Miles, brother of

Mr. Miles, re-married the
last Sunday during the rec
The Miles' have been res
,of this area since 1921.

couple Out of-town guests included
eption. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herndon and
sidents Rev. and Mrs. Hazel Miles of

The First United Methodist
Church of Pascagoula, Miss., was
the 'setting of the January 16
candlelight ceremony solemniz-
ing the marriage of Vicki Dean
McGill and James T. "Buddy"
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. McGill,
Jr., of Pascagoula and the groom
is the son of T. C. Saiith of Port
St. Joe and Mrs. Josephine Smith
of Jacksonville.
The Rev. John Cook officiated
at the double ring ceremony.
Bouquets, of yellow and white
gladioli and carnations flanked'
the altar accented with lighted.
taperswhose bases were entwii.-
ed 'with ivy. The prie dieu upon
which the couple knelt for the
exchange of vows was covered
with a white satin cushion and
also entwined with ivy.
Nuptial music was presented
by Miss Sylvia Blair. James Ty-
son sang, "Whither Thou Goest"
,nd "The Lord's Prayer".
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a gown
which featured a lace bodice
and satin skirt with nylon over-
lay. Rows of lace accented the
high neckline and Gibson girl
sleeves and were repeated on
the hem, of the gown. The train
fell from the waist and was
fashioned from the same lace
as the bodice.
Her veil of illusion fell from
a headpiece of daisies and lily
of the valley. She carried a nose-
gay of white roses.
Mrs. Pamela Burnsed was ma-
tron of honor and wore a sea
green peau de soie full length
gown accented with white lace
on the high neckline and short
puffed sleeves. She carried a
single yellow mum with trailing
yellow ribbon.
Harry Tison of Mobile, Ala.,
served as the groom's best man
and J. C. Riley and Miller Power
acted as ushers.
A reception was held in the
Fellowship Hall following the
ceremony. Guests were register-
ed by Misses Pam and Joni
Shores, nieces of the bride. Miss
Charlene McGill, sister of the
bride presided at the punch bowl

and Mrs. Frances Shores, aunt
of the bride and Mrs. Tia Doty
served the cake.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. McGill chose a dress of
aqua green accented with seed
pearls at the neckline with beige
accessories and a corsage of
white roses. /
The bride chose for her go-
ing away outfit a light blue suit
accented with white and compli-
mented by the center of her bri-
dal bouquet consisting of white
roses. After their wedding trip
to New Orleans, the couple will
be at home at 1018 Washington
Avenue, Pascagoula. -
Prior to the ceremony a re-

hearsal dinner was hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley at their
Out of town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Owens, ma-
ternal grandparents and Mrs.
G. E. McGill, paternal grandmo-
ther of the bride; Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Smith, father of the
groom; Mr. and Mrs., Carson
Shores, Pam, Joni and Jerry
Shores and Mrs. Mary Barham,
great aunt of the bride, all of
Port St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Swanger of Childersburg,
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tison,
Mobile, Ala., and Miss Kay Alt-
staetter and Eddie Upchurch of
Montgomery, Alabama.


Cook-Brannon Nuptials Held

Mr. and Mrs. John Francis
Cook, Sr., of Apalachicola an-
nounce the marriage of their

daughter,: Mary Joan, to Joe
Royce Brannon, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Royce Brannon, Sr.,;


-Mrs. Dave Jones

Valentine Queen

The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chap-
ter of Beta Sigma Phi crowned
as Valentine Queen, Mrs. Dave
Jones, in an impressive ceremony
at the National Guard Armory in
Panama City Saturday night.
Mrs. Jones came to Port St.
Joe from Jacksonville and has
been a Beta Sigma Phi since
1953. She helped form the ori-
ginal Ritual of Jewels chapter
here and served as the first
president. She truly exemplifies
the ideals of all Beta Sigma Phi's
and has been a constant inspir-
ation to all who know her.


of Satellite Beach.
The Rev. John Chance per-
formed the 5:00 -p.m. ceremony
on February 14 in Trinity Epis-
copal Church in' Apalachicola.
Wedding music was rendered by
Mrs. Nick Nichols.
Given in marriage by her fa-
ther, the bride Wore' a short
gown of white crepe bordered
with bands of ruffled Chantilly
lace. Lace also accented the
wrists of the long full sleeves.
A pillbox of matching lace held
her fingertip mantilla and she
carried an 1id-fashioned nosegay
of miniature feathered carna-
tions centered with white and
pink sweetheart roses and baby's
breath. For something old, the
bride carried a lace handker-
chief that had been carried by
her great-grandmother in her
Mrs. Neal Porter was her sis-
ter's matron of honor. She wore
a short gown featuring a white
crepe bodice and deep red sculp-
tured velvet skirt.
Donald Brannon, brother of
the bridegroom, was best man.
Larry Brannon served as usher.
Members of the wedding party
were entertained at a dinner at
the Grill following the cere-
After a wedding trip to New
Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Brannon
will make their home in Port St.
Joe. They' are employed by the
Gulf County school system.

The annual Valentine Banquet of the Long,
Avenue Baptist Church was held' Friday, Febru-
ary 12 for the church youth and their guests.
The theme for the banquet was "Hillbilly
Hearts" with very interesting decorations carry-
ing out the theme. With an old log cabin, real
pigs and chicks in a pen, a bubbling pot over an
outdoor fire and even a real live Hillbilly, the
theme was realistically presented.
Guest speaker for the evening was Bill Mont-

gomery, pastor of the St. Andrews Baptist Church
in Panama City. Music was provided by Danny
Odum, also of Panama City.
Selection of royalty for the banquet was made
by those present. Selected as king and queen-were
Eddie Holland and Marsha Player, left; as prince
and princess, the group chose Tony Harrison and
Jolyn Parrott. The results of the balloting was
announced by the real live hillbilly, Richard Cor-
net, standing behind Miss Parrott. --Star photo


Youth Feted At Banquet





THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1971

See The Many Birthday Sale Items On The Following Four Pages
Se'e an ees,


It's Unbelievable But True!

$2.22 ea.
Regularly priced $4.00 to $9.00.
Sizes 32-38.


Cotton Panties

4 Pair Package ..

. Sizes 1-12

22c pr.

The Truth Will Be Told .
We're Giving Them Away!
Poll Parrott, Active Age. Jumping Jack,
Mother Goose. Values to $9.00 and more.

$3.22 -$4.22

George's Ax Wields A Heavy
Perma-Press Lace Trim "Grow"

$1.22 ea.
A $2.00 value. It's no lie .
You'll save to buy now ... Sizes
through 14.

*This Lick Would Chop Down Any
Good Cherry Tree
Nylon Hose
$1.00 pair values... Assorted colors.

22c pr.

George's Cherry Tree
3 All-Purpose A A
\ Weather Coats, ea A|6&
6 'Children's .22
RAINCOATS ... ea. i2'
1 Ladies'
RAINCOAT .---.... -
4 Nylon
HIP SLIPS .. ea. H_2
3 Nylon 1a A
FULL SLIPS -- ea. 1 22
12 Pair l
SHOES pr. 22o
3 Children's
DRESSES ---.......---- ea.
And many other items too nu-
merous to mention .

Young Men's SLACKS

Solids, Plaids and Stripes. Assorted
fabrics. All Perma-Press. Sizes 27
to 42. Values to $9.99.

cannot tell a lie.these are all too values!

Men! Thase ao- Real 'Gool hirts
Values up to 5.99
I Long Sleeve Brand awme

$2.22 and


IMn' Ful SizeI

Men's Full Size
Pkg. of 8

$1.00 Value



See If Your Size .



George's Cut Is Pinchin Here
Spring and Easter


Values to $30.00 in this group.
Never before such values,
style and quality. $3.00 will
hold your layaway 30 days.

Men's Fine Quality
Sizes Small to Extra Large

One Men's
SOne Men's

Suit 25.22
A Killer Diler!

A Cut 'em Down Group
Men's and Boys'
Values up to $10.99

$2.22 &


Men's Double Stitched, Sanforized Long
Sleeve Blue Chambray

Limit 2 to a customer, please!

Boy's Long Sleeve Fancy Knit


With Each Pair of "Keds" Sold!

State Economic Factors'

Strong Last Year
,Jacksonville The seasonal wood Winter's edge was 9 per
'forces which bring about hills and cent. F6rt Myers and vicinity had
valleys in Florida's economy show- 7 per cent; Miami 6 per cent and
ed up stronger last year following Orlando and Tampa 5 per cent
a lull of three years, Ronald S. each.
Spencer Jr., executive vice presi- Jacksonville and Ocala showed a
dent of the Florida State Chamber 3 per cent difference. Gainesville,
of Commerce, said yesterday. St. Petersburg and Sarasota had 2
Florida's climate-oriented econ-
omy chalked up a 6 per cent edge per cent.
during the Winter months last
year over Summer months com- Tallahassee and St. Augustine
pared with a '3 per cent difference showed Summer business in the
during the years 1967 through lead by 3 per cent and Pensacola's
1969. The average variation dur- Summer was 6 per cent better than
ing the years 1960 through 1966 Winter.
was 8 per cent.
Spencer reported his findings on
seasonal variations in the State Menu
chamber's Weekly Business Re- IUL Ch ROO M
iiew which was based primarily on
bank debits, mat is, check trans- Highland View Elementary School
auctions, the best single indicator Monday, Feb. 22, 1971
6f business activity. NO SCHOOL FOR SUTDENTS
"This return to a wider varia- Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1971
tion between Winter and Summer Beanie-weenies, Seasoned turnip
business is a result of a combina- greens, carrot; raisin, pineapple
tion of a large citrus crop and good salad, strawberry short cake, corn-
Winter tourism set off against a bread squares and milk.
slackening of Summer tourism in Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1971
some parts of the state," Spencer Hamburger pizza, green peas,
pointed out.. fruit jello, applesauce and milk.
The widest variation last year Thursday, Feb. 25, 1971
was in West Palm Beach and vi- Oven fried chicken, rice and
cinity and in Monroe County, both gravy, seasoned green beans, let-
with Winter business 13 per cent tuce and tomato salad, orange half,
over Summer. peanut butter candy, hot rolls and
Barto* and Winter Haven had milk.
12 and 10 per cent variations re- Friday, Feb. 26, 1971
spectively. Hamburger, potato salad, dill
In Lakeland, Bradenton, Brevard chips and onion ring, shredded let-
County and Fort Lauderdale-Holly- tuce, apricot and milk.


Reg. $1.49 Square Yard.
1 Roll 12' wide LINOLEUM ---- 98c. sq. yd.

Brown and Gold Fabric Reg. $189.95
2-Piece Modern LIVING ROOM SUITE -


Regular *89.95
Armless Vinyl Covered SOFA BED ------$68.00
by Ward Was $249.95
Walnut Finish BEDROOM SUITE ------$175.00
In several styles Was $145.00
3 BEDROOM SUITES ----- ea. $115.00
For Living Room or Den Values to $149.00
OCCASIONAL CHAIRS --- $55.00 to $99.00


and PoleJLamps
LAMPS ----- 20% OFF Reg. Price

Many Beautiful Scenes

One White and
One Dark Copper

OFF Reg. Price

Including DINETTES
Gas and Electric
ALL HEATERS ---- 25% OFF Reg. Price
Regular $6.95 Values WHILE THEY LASTI
Cannon THERMAL BLANKETS ------ea. $2.50
Regular $9.95 Value
MAKE-UP MIRRORS ------ ea. $5.00

3 Reid Avenue Telephone 29-3611 LIVING ROOM FURNITURE
323 Reid Avenue Telephone 229-3611 LIVIG O FU RNITURE



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We've Wielded the Profit Cutting Ax Unmercifully for This Big Season-End
Event. Save at COSTIN'S on Qualify Merchandise at Real Savingst

Ladies Sleepwear Clearance

Girrs .F14nnel


Sizes .
3 to 10 $20 A

Ldies' and Gir's

vau, aes to $6.00

$1.97 to $3.27

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Final Clearance

Fall Shoes

MEN and BOYS .
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Little Boy'a
$1.97 pr.

$1.77 to $4.77




$1.s0 Pr.

Values to $4.00

Men's Arrow
Small and Large Sizes


Boy's and Gdrls"
Tennis Shoes -
Ladies Black Only-f-Ri

eg. $10.00

Black Only Reg. $6.00
Boy's and Girls' Peter ,Max

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Polyester and Rayon


Reg. $1400


Men's Jockey Size 28
Shorts 50c
Boy's Boxer
Shorts 13c
Men's Reg. $2.57
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$2.57 '

"Your Store of Quality and Fashion"

Rish Outlines Legislative Accomplishments

Representative Will iam J.
Rish outlined the major accom-
plishments of the special session
of the Florida Legislature to the
Rotary Club last Thursday. Rish
also reported that he had gained
membership to three committees
which he requested: Natural Re-
sources, Agriculture and Man-
power and Resources.
Rish said the Legislature abol-
ished the California plan, and re-
stored rates inreffect prior to the
defeat of former coxWmisioner
Broward Williams. After his de-
feat, companies raised their auto
insurance rates'by 18 to 24%.
Increases must now be ;approved
by the insurance commission bek
fore being allowed. Rish said

considerable study will be made
in the insurance field in the reg-
ular session.
Governor Askew's corporate
tax plan was approved by the
session withth e question to be
placed before the voters in No-
vember,1972. Rish said the bill
was amended to include a five
mill limit.
Rish predicted. that the local'
ahd county tax mill limit of a
total 30 mills-10 for the county,
10 for the school board and 10
for the city-will be re-applied
in April. The law was struck
down by the State Supreme
Court because any' deviation
from the limits was limited to
approval by freeholders.

Guests of the club were Arch
Coley of Downingtown, Pa., Bill

Buzzett of Monticello adn Fred
Stafford of St. Petersburg.

J. W. Gormley Promoted to M-Sgt.

Gormly, uncle of Mrs. Charles
Davis, Port St. Joe, has been pro-
moted to chief master sergeant,
highest enlisted grade in the U.
S. Air Force.
Sergeant Gormly is a psychiat-
ric services superintendent at Wil-
ford Hall USAF Medical Center,
Lackland AFB, Tex.
The sergeant is a World War II
veteran and has serve in Vietnam

and the. Republic of Korea.
His wife is the formerly Emily
M. Swords.
Mrs. Sarah Padgett, 4 native of
Holmes County, and mother of
G. W. Padgett of this city, passed
away at her home after a long
illness. She was 93 years of age.
Mrs. Padgett died on Thursday,'
February 4.

Happy Birthday George
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We At

DANLEY'S Have Chopped DoWnf the Prices On Every item In Our Store for
. '.. Some Items One of A Kind Some Slightly Damaged!

This Big

In Excellent Condition '
Sofa & Chair $40.00

Make your den into as
Bedroom with this com
ble Sofa Sleeper!

also available in
12'x 12' and 12'x 15'

In Excellent Condition

fo $179.00

Large Comfortable In Several Decorator Colors

Swivel C.nair V.-

$59.95 $39.00

Over 50 Pieces New and Used

Jamison Bedding
Some Plightly Soiled Some With Slight
Water Damage

s Low 0 or MATTRESS or

SDresser, Mirror, Chest, MBed Ikh
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r4n'rP. PK- *M 4 i. URS6 Ti4U1AY, PE3lUARY itY f AGE

Social Security Required On Household Help
"Are'you an employer? 'If yoU; more are paid in a calendar quarter mount' of contribution deducted 'benefits and Medicare benefitS.
have a maid, cle ig woman;'to the person, working in and a- from the employee's wages. fThis is your responsibility as an
gardener, -handyman )or a baby-1 bout your home. This contribution It is important that you report employer. Robinson says that if
sitter in or about your home, you, must be paid to Internal Revenue all earnings of $50.00 or more for you have any questions please call
are an employer," says James C. Service before, the end of the'all household employees. Each cal- your social security office. The
1obinspn, Manager of the Panama month after t.e end of the calen- endar quarter has 13 weeks. Wages number is 76315331, and the of-
'City Social Seerfty Office. dar quarter. You are also required 'of $4.00 a week would exceed the fice is located at 1316 Harrison
As a household employer, you to give your 'employee a yearly $50 requirement. Your report may Avenue, Panaiha City. The office
're required to pay social security statement of the total wages paid help your employee become entitl-' is open 'Monday through Friday
cointributions if wages of- $50.00 or .during the year and the total a-I ed to .social security monthly from 8:30 a.m; to 4:30 p.m.

Maddox Elected to Honor Council
MARION, ALA.-Cadet Lt. Dav- of '3.0) for a first semester and
id C. Maddox of 'Port St. Joe has was on both the Dean's List and
been elected to the Honor Coun- the Commandant's List.
cil at Marion Institute by a vote A member of the White Knights,
of the student body. Marion Institute's precision drill
Maddox, a college sophomore, team that paraded at the Indy 500
was elected to 'fill a vacancy on last year, Maddox has exhibited
the Council, which handles all superior qualities as a cadet lead-
cases dealing with violations of er. ,
the Cadet Honor Code. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
He had a 2.66 grade average (out David B. Maddox of Port St. Joe.

Thomas A. Humphrey
Finishes 'Recruit Training
ORLANDO-Navy Fireman Tho-
mas A. Humphrey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Humphrey of 2011 Long
Avenue, Port St. Joe, was grad-
uated from recruit training at the
Recruit Training Command in Or-
He will now report to Electri-
cian's Mate "A" School, Great
Lakes, Ill.
He is a 1967 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.

These Free Bonus OffersGood Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Febrary 18,
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$44.00 In Free Bonus Mer-
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$66.00 In Free Bonus Mer-
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"PA"E EIGHT ME STAR. Port St. Jo., FeA. 304 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1971

Area Fish And Game Meeting Set

For Apalachicola March 5th

PANAMA CITY Five public cussion include game management,
meetings will be conducted in the fish management, law enforcement,
Northwest Florida Region March 1 the pollution menace, next season's
through March 5 by the Game and hunting dates and regulations, and
Fresh Water Fish Commission to Commission activities in general.
discuss the 1971-72 hunting seasons "Also, other wildlife subjects of-
and other items of interest to Flor- ten are offered in these meetings
ida Panhandle sportsmen. I that give information not previous-
Dr. Richard H. Schulz, ,commis- ly recognized by the Commission",
sionjer, Marianna, said today that Dr. Schulz said, and added that,
representatives of all major divi-j "These meetings in the past have
sions of the Commission will at- been very beneficial both to sports-
tend the five meetings to meet with men and to the Commission, and
members of sportsmen's clubs, con- e are looking forward to this se-
servationists, hunters, fishermen, ries of meetings with much inter-
and other interested citizens to!est."
talk about mutual wildlife inter- Dates of the five meetings are:
ests. March 1 REA Building, Grace-
He said that, "Topics for dis- ville; March 2 County Court Room,-


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Crestview; Mar c h 3 EscambiaI "Each of the five meetings will
County Health Building, Pensaco- begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. in
la; March 4 County Court House, whatever time zone held", Dr.
Quincy; and March 5 County Schulz said, "and end at 9:00
Court Room, Apalachicola. o'clock."

Open Enrollment Announced for Over
65 Hospital Insurance Coverage
JACKSONVILLE, (FNS) An open from those eligible people who ap-
period for enrollipg in Complimen- ply during the month they turn
tary Coverage, /the Blue Cross- 65, or during the three m on th
Blue Shield plan that supplements period preceding and three month
Medicare, is now available to sen- period following the month which
ior citizens in Florida 65 years of they become 65."
age and over who have Medicare I Complimentary Coverage pays
Parts A and B, according t6 J. W. expenses not covered by Medi-
Herbert, president of Florida Blue care, as well as up to $5,000 in
Cross and executive vice president benefits.
of Florida Blue Shield. I.
of Florida lueShild. At the present time, over 163,
"This open period ends March 000 Florida citizens have this sup-
1,"' Herbert said. "After this date, plemental coverage. The rates are
application will' be .accepted only $7.10 per month.


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410 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida

-- CALL --

91- 227-2201

We Honor All Sears 'Newspaper Ad Sale Prices!
(In Panama City, Jacksonville and Tallahassee Papers)
Famous Kenmore Quality Save $60.00 When You Buy the Pair!
Washers, Dryers $30.00 off


-------$20 off FREEZERS
We Service All Our Appliances

- $40 off












Regular $249.95
W. B. SAVINGS $66.66
Sale Price!




Regular $179.95
W. B. SAVINGS $22.22
Sale Price



Regular $99.95
W. B. SAVINGS $22.22
Sale Price!


One Only Sale!
Reg. $439.95
W. B. Sale $359 95
Price ...............-- 3 .
2-Piece French-Reg. $379.95
Living Room Suite
W. B. Sale t on fo

Price ..--...----..-.


Spanish Style Reg. $279.95
W. BSale $229.95
Price .-......-------
4-Pc. Dixie Reg. $469.80
With Canopy Bed
W. B. Sale $399.95
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It Rocks! Reg. $149.95
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219 Reid Ave.

PHONE 227-5271

THE STAR, Port St. Jo., Fla. 32454 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1971 PAGE NINE

Lanes 1 and 2 had Sears taking
,three out of four games from
Roche's this week. Betty Barbee
had high game for Sears with 144
and Dot Hamm had the big ser-
les of 375. Jo Ann Wuthrich had
,high game of 146 and Sybil Pitzl
led with a 336 series for Roche's.
Pate's won three from Glidden
on lanes 3 and 4. Ruby Lucas had
the big game of 209Wand high ser-
fes of 54t6 for Pates. Mary Alice

Chris Kennington
Celebrates Birthday
Christopher Allen Kennington
celebrated his birthday with a
party at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kennington,
Jr., Wednesday, February 3.
Helping Christopher celebrate
,were Sherry Elliott, Donna and
Buddy Cumbie, Tommy Kenning.
ton, Monica Lynn French and his
brother, Ken Kennington.

Pfc. tarry Raffield
Now in Vietnam

Lyons led Glidden with a 177
game and 479 series.
On lanes 5 and 6, Carp's won
three from Wewa Bank. Joyce
Sweazy led with her 182 game
and 476 series. Ann Suber rolled
high game of 166 for Wewa Bank
and Faye Bishop tossed a 410 ser-
Dairyburger and 13 Mile split
two and two on lanes 7 and 8. Eve-
lyn Smith rolled a high game of
166 and, a 454 series. Ola Jean
Silva led 13 Mile with her 186 game
and 500 series.
"A" Division Standings W L
Dairyburger 59 21
13 Mile Oyster Co. -- 53 27
Pate's Shell 51 29
Glidden Durkee ---46 34
"B" Division W L
Carp's 38 42
Sears 34 46
Wewa Bank 32 48
Roche's Furniture ---- --7 73

Gulf County Ladies League
St. Joe Kraft captured three of
four games from Swatts Motor Co.,
on lanes 1 and 2 this week. Eve-
lyn Smith led her team with a big
237 game and 548 series, while Pat-'
sy Cooley had a 143 game and a

Pfc. Larry Raffield, son of Mr. 356 series.
and Mrs. Oscar Raffield of Port St. Joe Furniture made a clean
St. Joe, has 'completed his basic sweep of it from AN Railroad 'on
training in Fort Eustis, Va., and alleys 3 and 4. Dot Hamm tossed
is now serving' in Vietnam with a 159 game and 401 series for the
the 56th Transportation Company. winners. Marguerite Scheffer post-
Pvt. Raffield is married to .the ed a 112 game and 334 series for
former Joy Turner of East Point, [AN.
Ga. He says he welcomes all nail Williams' Alley Kats won all
from home. His address is: Pfc. four games from Basic on lanes
Larry Raffield, 267-94-2632 56th 5 and 6. Norma Hobbs had a high
Trans. Co., ADS, APO San Francis- game of 160 and a 439 series. Di-
co, California 96530. anne Terry bowled a 163 game and

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*Manufacturer's suggested retail prices now reduced up to $308
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St. Joe Motor Company

Port St. Joe, Florida

2 cups sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda -"
1 cup buttermilk
2 tablespoons butter
2 cups pecan halves
Put all ingredients except pecan
halves into sauce pan. Bring to a
boil and boil briskly for 12 to 15
:minutes. Stirring constantly. Re-
!move from heat; cool slightly and
drop by teaspoonfuls on wax paper.
When cooled remove end place in-
to airtight container. Yields about
50 pieces.
TV program See "Homemak-
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presented each Sunday afternoon
4:30 p.m., channel 11, Tallahassee,

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most unique free offer of spe-
cial interest to those who
hear but do not understand
words has been announced by
Beltone. A replica of the
smallest Beltone ever made
will be given absolutely free
to anyone answering this ad-
vertisement. Try it to see
how it is worn in the privacy
of your own home without cost
or obligation of any kind. It's
yours to keep, free. It weighs
less than a third of an ounce,
and it's all at ear level, in one
unit. No wires lead from body
to head. There is truly new
hope for the hard of hearing.
These models are free while
the limited supply lasts, so we
suggest you phone for yours
now. Again, we repeat, there
is no cost and certainly no ob-
ligation. Call 763-0801 for in-
formation or write Beltone, 14
City Marina, Panama City,

Club 22 Meets With Mrs. Jeanette .For

Lee and Names New Officers for Year 2,000 Arrested For

Club 22, an auxiliary of Melody Dare; Secretary, Mary Weeks and IL a VII g W rI e c en fA
Rebekah Lodge, met at the home treasurer, Margaret Shirah.W Leav ing W re cien e
of Jeanette Lee on Hunter Circle' Te president agreed to give a
Monday morning, February 15. list of the names of members, to TALLAHASSEE Over 2,000 distance, giving his name, address
Mrs. Lee presided at the meeting the telephone committee. drivers were arrested by the Flor- and registration number of the
which was opened by prayer., tI
which was opened by prayerida Highway Patrol last year for vehicle. A driver willfully failing
Committees were named and of- The meeting date was set at leaving the scene and failing to stop and comply with these re-
ficers were elected as follows for 9:00 a.m., each second Monday in report traffic accidents said the quirements when there is an in-
the current year: President, Marie the month. Marie Wynn will be Florida Highway Patrol today. jury or death, shall upon convict.
Wynn; vice-president, Mamie 'Lou hostess for the next meeting. I "Drivers of vehicles involved in tion, be guilty of a felony.
SThere were ten members present an accident resulting in injury, When an accident it investigat-
along with one guest, Mrs. Bill death or property damage of $50. ed and a written report is made by
Cooper White Summers. 100 or more, must by the quickest an officer, the driver is no longer
Wedding Told Refreshments of coffee and cake means of communication notify required to make a written re-
Wedding Told were served by the hostess, the local police Idepartment, if port.
such accident occurs within a mu-
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey J. Cooper an- r es nicipality, or the nearest station "If 'you are involved in an ac-
nounce the marriage of their Sorority M eets in of the Florida Highway Patrol or cident and the other driver leaves
daughter,' Sonia to Marvin E. the County Sheriff," said Colonel the scene, you are not relieved of
White, February 6 in North Geor- Patterson Home Reid Clifton, director of the Patrol. your responsibility to report it,"
gia. Mr. White is the son of the The driver of a vehicle in- concluded Colonel Clifton.
late M. E. White of Orlando and evolved in an accident resulting in
a nephew of Hal Suit of Atlanta, The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter.injury or death must immediately
Georgia. of Beta Sigma Phi met February stop at the scene and render asi F ,
2 at the home of Mrs, Ruth Patter-
Sonia isa. 1966 graduate of Port s T president, Mrs. Lynda
St. Joe High School and a gradu-son. ivThe president, Mrts. Lynda PAPER HANGIN
ate of Jones College of Jackson- Sing. pe d o
ville. Final plans were made for the Interior an
The couple will reside in Atlan- Valentine Ball to be held Febru-
ta, Georgia, where they are both ary 13 at the National Guard Ar-
employed, mory in Panama City. Queen Mrs.
Elva Jones, will be crowned at
390 series, this time.
St. Joe Stevedores and Florida. Robert Freeman was a special
National Bank did it the hard way guest and presented the program K I T C H E N
on alleys 7 and 8. The Bankers on Basic Magnesia, its processes
took two games and half of the and products. He presented slides CHA TTT E R
third, leaving the Stevedores a and sample of the firm's products
game and a half. Christine Light- throughout his talk. The program By The Florida Power Corporation H. F. BARBEE -
foot rolled a big 194 game and 473 was enjoyed by all the members.
series Melba Barbee had a 160 The next meeting will be held- Let's make candy! Here are two
game and a 468 series. Judy Bar- in the home of Mrs. Ann Pridgeon simple candy recipes Nut 'Brit- __
bee picked up .the 1-5-7 split and op February 16. Mrs. Dot Gross- tIe and Pralines. Both are delicious
the 1-5-6-10 split. man will be in charge of the pro. and may be enjoyed by the whole
Standings W L gram. family. Also may be stored in air- MAC'
Fla. Nat. Bank ---- 58% 21% '- tight containers or frozen for later '1P J
St. Joe Kraft --------58 A2 CARD OF THANKS usage.
St. Joe Furniture -- 54 26 The family of the late Walter NUT BRITTLE 102 Fifth Street
St. Joe Stevedores -- 52% 27 and Waitus Jones, Jr., would like 2 cups white sugar
Williams Alley Kats 38 42 to thank all the citizens of Port 1 cup broun sugar PAYING TOP DOLLA
Swatts Motor Co. -- 35 45 St. Joe and surrounding areas for % cup water We Will Buy Anything o
Basic, Inc. 23 57 the love and kindness shown to % cup corn syrup
AN Railroad------- 1 79 ,them during their time of grief. % cup margarine
% teaspoon baking soda P. T. M
-*i-i--- 11/4 cups peanuts (salted)
y-j"M H ---Wr d -' : ':- = ---_--- ro | !Mix sugars, water and corn sy-
... -" 5rup in sauce pan and stir until
S|sugar dissolves. Cook on high un-
til mixture boils and. continue CHURCH I
boiling until "thread-spinning
stage". Remove from heat and add Corner 20th Street
i. margarine, soda and nuts. Pour Come Worship With
onto buttered aluminum foil. Cool
I t 4 nd break into iecesR BIBL T qrrTT-Vr


aiand Marvin Avenue
Us Every Lord's Day


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Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.

PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....

"Come and Worship God With Us"


Come First

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filled That's because dispensing
medicine Is our first order of business.
You can count on us to fill your
prescription promptly, accurately,
waiting here to have your prescriptions I
with only the finest of pharmaceuticals.


Gifts Cameras Cosmetics Fragrances Tobacco
Games Stationery Toiletries
Drive-in Window for Prescriptions at Rear of Store

Smith's Pharmacy
John Robert Smilth, Pharmaceutical Chemist
PHONE 227-5111 236 REID AVENUE



Mrs. Mosely Is

Circle Hostess

The Annie V. Stone Circle of
the First United Methodist Church
met Monday in the home of Mrs.
W. T. Mosely, Jr., with seven
members attending.
The devotional and program
were given by Mrs. Calla Perritt,
using the theme of "Rules for
Christian Life".
Mrs. R. H. Brinson, co-chairman,
presided at the business meeting.
The meeting was dismissed with
the WSCS benediction.
Prior to the meeting, the host-
ess served refreshments to those
present: Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs.
Walter Johnson, Mrs. Lamar Jor-
dan, Mrs. Calla Perritt and Mrs.
0. M. Taylor.


nd Exterior



- Phone 227-5716

- Highland View
f Value at the Right Price

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C. Byron Smith, Pastor

'.10 DE4_

.pine.- hospital Auxiliary Bill Pri I Now One Year Older Kari Harper, Myra Hardy, Dennis
Thpine. landowner whosuspecliary Bill Pri N On Year Older Harcus, Charles Wimberly, Robby
c r The landowner who suspects his TL M 25 Goodman, Gregg Layfield, Buddy

F o re t wll fit from a planned To Meet Feb.25"A Heart Party" was the theme given candy favors. Layfield, Lynn Dunigan, Becky
forester and receive his recommen- The annual meeting of the Hos- for tlh birthday celebration of Those present were Bill Price, Dunigan and Stephen Price.
nations as to the things necessary pital Auxiliary will be held in the Price Saturay afternoon at
N io re s to bring it off successfully. In this Conference room of Municipal hishome Ln Whte C ity .
o te s way, the fire will be set only when Hospital Thursday morning Febru- tosin gtme most tears .inte bas- You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
conditions are right to obtain a ary 25 at 10:00 a.m. All members ket
by CHARLES REEVES "cool" burn. are urged to be present to help de- m L NU AVENUE TIT RCH
County Forester The forester will generally re- cide how money made during the Bill's friends sang "Ha ppy LOUI AVENUE BAPTIST
SF commend a controlled burn during past year will be spent. Yearly Birthday" and helped him blow Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
the period of early December membership dues of $2.00 may be out the candles on his cake which
through mid-March in longleaf or paid at this meeting. Anyone in- was decorated with a boy who SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Call it controlled burn!!! Call it a fire in the forest can be a very slash pine and rarely, or never, in terested in becoming a member of had just caught a fish. The guests MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
prescribed fire'valuable tool. For a carefully con- good hardwood. the Hospital Auxiliary-is cordially wete served birthday cake, punch, MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Regardless of the term, use of trolled fire which will remove un- I Let a professional forester from invited to attend this meeting. and ice cream cones. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION--------........... 5:45 P.M.
Regardless ofwanted underbrush can virtually the Division of Forestry, Florida Bill opened his gifts and thank- EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
l eliminate the chance of a disas-Department of Agriculture and --. ed his friends for sharing his PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
Saddle CUb ll 1 trous forest fire later on. Consumer Services help .you with h PINES birthday with him. Guests were
your burning problem. He will help VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
.Meet Sunday P.M.. In addition, such unneeded vege- pick the proper day whenwind Stand Tall VISITORSALW
mem be station, if permitted to thrive can velocity and direction and the CLASSIFIED ADS
]Zhe Constitution City Saddle actually become costly in that it ground moistureare right. In Florida's eREVt Investments it C ODUM,Pastor
Club 'will have a membership uses nutrients and moisture need- Mdget invtments l
drive Sunday, February 21 begin- ed by the timber stand for healthy Give him a call it will be i Future! oian' Returnl I
,ning at 1:00 p.m. at the Lions'.Club growth, A Brown Spot in longleaf profitable to all concerned.:
Horse Arena.
Activities for the afternoon will. I ....a.
qude a.trai, ride and cook out .A.. ...........
pvited to participate. :ii1 W."P

The family.' of Ronald Gaffney
wish to thank all the people of
this area for the food, flowers,
cards and other acts of sympathy
and ,kindness shown us during the
Death of our loved one.

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Mayhann
Route 1, Wewahitchka, announce ,
the birth of 'a baby; girl, Linda Joe
-.Mayhann on February 5.
Mr. and Mrs. William Harold
Raffield of St. Joe Beach are the
parents of a baby girl, Laurel
Elizabeth born February 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Laurence
Parrish, 305 Duval St., announce
the birth of a daughter, Lori Ma-
rie on January 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Michael
Lister of Wewahitchka, announce
the birth of a daughter, Aimee'
Katherine on January 29.
Mr. arid Mrs., James ,Epps, Jr.,
of Tallahassee announce the birth
of a baby girl, Melody Shayon on
January 29. "
Mr. and Mrs. George rank
Brewer of Springfield announce
the birth of a son, Timothy Alan
on February 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Bailey,
Jr., 340 Avenue C, announce .the
birth of a baby girl, Sheliga ,Eu-
reka on February 11.

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, February 22 *
No school. In-service day for
Tuesday, February 23
Hamburgers on bun, sliced toma-
to, dill pickles' and onions, corn,
citrus cup, cookies and milk.
Wednesday, February 24
Chicken and rice, collard greens,
carrot and raisin salad, apple
sauce, cornbread, butter and milk.
Thursday, February 25
Baked beanie weenies, vegetable
salad, peanut butter, jelly, hot bis-
cuit, butter and milk.
Friday, February 26
Spaghetti with meat sauce, cole
slaw, green limas, pineapple cake,
white bread and milk.


BEEF LIVER....... 39c PORK CHOPS0.... 99c LIVER SAUSAGE... 39c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF "SUPER-RIGHT" RIB HALF 4Loin Half Lb. 69c) "Super-Right" Fully Cooked
CHUCK STEAKS.... 69c PORK.LOINS...... 59c HAM (butt half)-- lb. 59c
RYER QUARTERS 39c MEAT DINNERS 2 for 89c Bef Patties -- 21b. box $1.49

These are
for Batteries
*.. 32

What hot weather starts, cold
weather finishes v- both extremes
drain battery power. But before
you fill the air with electrifying
oaths, see us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with.
out obligation.
it battery trouble is
izz = your problem, we carry
Hand recommend the
finest NAPA bat-
NAA series. There simply
isn't a finer batted'y
made and we can
prove it.


'57c. Csn il weI Frosting Mixes ', 43c 1
Cream Pies . .3 c$1,00 Cake Mixes ..,. 39c Cherry Pies ...
Maxwell House. . 89c Bouillon Cubes . 39c
Crisco Shortening .,.... 89c
Mini-Pads ....0 37c g99c Breeze Detergent .
Gerber's 4 Oz. Jars DETERGENT
BABY FOOD ---- 6 jars 69c GlBRN WisDk Liqiud .
Heinz Soups *. .. 25.'CDETERGENT DETERGENT
A&P Highly Unsaturated DEXO Coldwater Suf 89c Condensed "Air .
Dove Lquid . ." .63c LuxLiquid .



DristanCapsules98c Deodorant 89c enener COME TRUEI! .


2-b, ,9i. c
of.k. no- IO

. s8 89c Pascal Celery ..
.A 91c Yellow Onions ..

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tI STAR, Port St. Jo., arld THURSDAY, FIERUARY 1,, 1971P

Feb. 18, 19and0RCH and SONS' IGA
Ag ft- %





6 Oz. Cans IGAk ORANGE Delicious 9 oz. pkg.
Juice 6Cans 89c Cool Whip
10 Oz. Pkg. IGA SPEARS of Mrs. Smith's ,Pkg. of 2
Broccoli 29c Pie Shells

About Our Produce So We Haul Our Own 2 Truck 'Loads Weekly
Fresh CAULIFLOWER and Red Delicious
Large Bunches FRESH GREENS AP P L E S ------ Ib. 19c
Quality Ga. Red
TOMATOES ----qt. 39c Sweet Potatoes lIb. 10c
Yard Plants Seeds 'POTTED PLANTS
Flower and Garden Fertilizer In Individual Push-Up Pots
Geraniums Sultana Petunias
Seed Irish Potatoes Pansies Hot and Bell Peppers
Sot Fertilizer Rutley and Big Boy Tomato Plants
'Even-Flo Fertilizer Spreader for 'Rent Cabbage and Collard Plants

Large Diet Time! Ruby Red Pink
Avacado Pears _-_ 2 for 39c GRAPEFRUIT --- ea. 6c
Sweet Temple Golden Ripe Single
ORANGES ----doz. 59c BANANAS ------b. 12c

For Cooking Candy and Cakes
Shelled Pecans- qt. $1.19,

We're Still A Bit Old Fashioned
Sassafras Tea pkg. 29c
Exclusively at RICH'S Assorted

Pork Loin



Rump Roast

Ground Chuck,

Roast lb

Ground Beef


Ib. 98c

ib. 89c

. 14.29

Ib. 49c

lb. $T19
Ga. Grade 'A'- With $15.00 Order or More
1 Dozen EGGS...FREE
Ga. Grade 'A' LARGE

EGGS 2Doz. 95c
NBC :'
PREMIUM CRACKERS -- lb. box 39c

6 Oz. Jar FOLGER'S.- With $10.00 Order or More
Instant. Coffee JAR 89c
18 Oz. Bottle KRAFT
Bar-B-Q Sauce 39c
N6 Oz. Bottle DEL MONTE
Tomato Catsup 39c
Pineapple 3 Ca $1.00
No. 303 Can DEL MONTE
Fruit, Cocktail 29c
22 Oz. Bottle DETERGENT
Palmolive Liq'd 2 Bt89c
Potted Meat' 8Cans $1
Vien'a Sausage 4 Cans $1.
Kle'nex Towel 3Rolls99c
IGA Med. Small E. J.-303 Can
SWEET PEAS -_ can 23c
IGA Sliced 303 Can
BEETS can 17c
Comstock Cherry No. 2 can
PIE FILLING -can 49c
Kraft Dressing 8 oz. btl.
ITALIAN----- btl. 35c


lb. 59c

Tb. 68c

Ib. 58c

3 LB.





50 LB.
BAG 3. $399



Tablerite 10 Count Cans
BISCUITS ----------6 cans 53c
VELVEETA CHEESE 2 lb. pkg. $1.29
Kraft 6-Stick Miracle
MARGARINE --------b. pkg. 39c

by oinuete $1.00 refund to:
.$220 Vaue, .
Only $169 '
Buythe Techmatic I Enclosed re the words Techmatic, Razor loken Irom
t I t h Ie ecnmatic Ithe rontolafTechmaticSlRaoorretailpackage.
oat oU 1-w e Send coupon and proof of purchase to:
and send tto ca.itE. P.O. BOX 813, HINSDALE, ILL 60521
for an additional $1.00 REFUND. onffer to a fr nly.otter expire Apri3DI
Gillette (Reg. $1.00 Value)

APPLE JUICE -_ qt. 31c
Ready-to-use Baby Formula--8 oz.
ENFAMIL 6 cans 99c

Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons

Pork Steaks
BAKERITE With $10.00 Order or More
DEL MONTE 8 Ounce Can
Tomato Sauce

JIM DANDY With $10.00 Order or More
Dog Ration,








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fU STANRP e; Pie. WAT" PtrUARY 1,

by providing fast service with no waiting, by being on
duty'whenever you need us, we hope to make perma-
nent friends and customers for our store. We plan to-
be in business a good long time and therefore know.
that your continued goodwill depends upon the extra
services we offer you.

For the hlghet pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to

Buzze tt Drug tore
817 Wiliams Avenue Phone 227-3371
Drive-In Window Service Plenty of Fr' Parking
( A '

Sharksr Leave Court In

Protest of Officiating

Port St. Joe's basketball coach,
Bill Dickson piffled his team off
the court in a contest with. God-
by in Tallahassee Saturday night
, with 18 seconds. left in the game
and vowed- never to take a 'team
'back to Tallahassee.
'rve entered a formal protest
of the officiating we have been
receiving in"' Tallahssee"' said
'Dickson. "We win our share of
games against their teams here
in Port S,. Joe, but we have yet
.0 win & ga me in Taahassee'.
Dickson gave _a an example of
his chagrin, the happening in the
last three and a half minutes in
Saturday's game. "We had come
from a 19 point deficit at half
time to within one point of God-
by when the'foul-calling started"
he pi /
bicksoft said the Sharks had
,: sevn fouls 'eaied i them in
less thaii three minutes with
three technical fouls. "We just
don't pla like that", Dickson
The Sharks came out of the
contested game, with a 77-66
Norris Langston led the Shark
scoring' in the forfeited game,
chalking, up 21 points. Steve Ma-
comber put 16 on- the scoreboard,
.1 George Williams had 11 and
:Kloskia Lowery Jhad 10 points.



All The


Score by quarters:
'Port St. Joe ___ 11 14 15
Godby -----.. 22 22 14

19-71 -

Port St. Joe---Lowery 5-0-10;
Macomber 5-6-16; Bryant 3-1-7;
Langston 6-9-21; Williams 5-1-11;
Best 0-1-1; Copenhaver 0-0-0.
Godby-Hobbs 9-0-18; Everett
1-1-3; Henderson 6-7-19; Henry.
44-12; Fedd 2-1-5; Sykes 6-4-16;
Toomes 0-0-0.,

The Shark put 6iin another
exciting exhibition 'in the Port
St. Joe gymnasium Tuesday night
losing to Rickards of Tallahassee
in overtime by one point, 67-66,
The Sharks and the class 'AAk
:"Redskifs" were all ti Id u at
61-61 when the regulation game
was o v e r. Durith overtime,-'
George Williaith made two of his
02 points It field goal while
NortU *Labgston added two free
thfrwVs and David Macomber one,
ibut three field goals by the Red-
Wkins cost the Sharks'the game.
After suffering sort of a "point
drought" for the last few games,
George Williams was back in the
swing of things Tuesday, scor-
ing' 32 points. Norris Langston
added 16 points and Steve Ma-
comber, 11. .Macomber grabbed
off 11 rebounds.'
Mike Warner led Rickards
with 28 points.
The score was tied 28-28 at
half time and RiekAt-ds gathered
a, four point lead in the third
period. The Sharks charged back
in the last period, but lacked
one point of pushing hard
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 17 11 15 18 5-66
Rickards 13 15 19 14 6-67
Port St. Joe-Belin 0-0-0; Wil-
liams 15-2-32; Langston 5-6-16;
Macomber 4-3-11; Lowery 1-1-3;
Bryant 1-2-4. .
Rickards' Warner ": 2-4-28;
Knight 1-1-2; Abraham -3-15-;
SHall 7-1-15; Day :2-0-2; McCullars
0-0-0; Brown 1-1-3.:

D. L. Andrews

Taken by Death

Dwight Lymon Andrews, age
67, of St. Joe Beach, died at his
residence Sunday, February 14.
Mr. Andrews was a retired sea-
food processor. He had been a
resident of St. Joe Beach for
the. past seven years.
Ftineral services were held
Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. from the
Commander Funeral Home Cha-
pel in DeFuniak Springs. Burial
followed in Magnolia Cemetery
in the family plot at DeFuniak
Survivors include three daugh-
ters, Mrs: Ilene E. Jensen,; Wewa-
wahitchka, Mrs. Frances J. Cas-
son of Freeport'and Mrs. Jerry
Young 'of Pensacolaa; 15, grand-
childrein and three 'greaf grand-
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of local arrangements.

Witten Will Head

Heart Fund Drive

Fred N. Witten local attor-
ney, who is associated with Wil-
liam J. Rish, has been named
chairman of the Heart Fund
drive in this area.
This week, Witten announced
S:the appointment of workers who
will be. assisting 'in the drive
,during the month of February.
"'They are: Tom .Coldewey, busi-,
ness division; Mrs. W. O. Nichols,
b organization division; Glen n
Williams, 'treasurer and Mrs.

Mother's March

Over the Top

Mrs. Zack Wuthrich, chairman
of the Mothers' March 'of Dimes
for the Port St. Joe area gave
her final report this week an-
nouncing that last year's collec-
tion total was beaten by this
year's collection. A total of
.$1,096.82 was collected, it was
learned ,after workers in North
Port St. Joe turned in their pro-
ceeds this week.
Mrs. Jessie, Thomas, chairman,
and her co-workers, Mrs. Gillie
McNair, Mrs. Eugenia Thomas
and Mrs. Marian McNair turned
in $180.41.
The collection program was
worked through the church
groups with the following re-
sults: Apostle Churchi $3.55; Mt.
Carmel, $4.85; First Born, $22.35;
Zion Fair, $39,05; New Bethel
Baptist, $14.44; Primitive Bap-
tist, $10.00; Ne' d Bethel AMb,
$12.60; Union AME, $1.00,
Church of God In Christ, $12.39;
business 4ouse- collections, $32.00
and house to house, $27.17.

City Adopts Program of

Retirement for Employees

The Port St. Joe City Commis-
sion adopted a retirement plan
for city employees Tuesday night
at the regular Board meeting.
Commissioner Bob Fox moved
that the City pay city employee's
retirement costs for the past 15
years, providing immediate ben-
efits for all employees with
enough service time and of an
age tb retire.
The Board has decided to join
the state retirement program,
which has recently been opened
up to municipal and county em-
ployees. An employee must have
10 years of service under the re-
tirement program to qualify for
retirement benefits. This is the
reason the City is going back and
picking up the tab for retirement
payments od past years.
In making his motion, Fox sta-
ted "we have several employees
who have been with us a long
salary, and the employee match-

Ralph Unger Will Speak At Historical6

Society Installation Dinner Saturday

Jesse Stone, president of the
St. Joseph Historical Society, an-
nounced final plans for the an-
nual dinner, of the Society to
be held Saturday. night.

Heman Dean, treasurer; Jesse V.
Stone, publicity chairman;' Mrs.
Hubert Brinson, cemetery 'chair-
man and Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon,
Sr., telephone chairman.

time and are nearing retirement
age. They stuck with us when
times were rough for the City
and I think we should provide
for their future in this program".
"Fox's motion was passed una-
nimously by the Board.
Paying over the past 15 years will cost
the City approximately $175,000
payable to the state retirement
system over a ten year period.
The plan will be funded in the
future with the City contribut-
ing four percent of an employees
*si A

ing the payments. The retire-
ment payments are, based on
years service and amount earn-
In case an employee quits be-
fore retirement age he receives
his contributions back and the
City also recovers their match-
ing funds.
The program was inaugurated
for all City employees, includ-
ing hospital employees. Police
and firemen are not included as
they are covered under a separ-
ate retirement program already.

City Takes Steps to install Lights On

New Baseball Field 'Before Season

George Wimberly, Jr., and
Archie Weimortsj representing
the Dixie Youth Baseball Lea-
gue, questioned the City Conm-
mission Tuesday night about
:their plans for the baseball field
.constructed at the end of the
season last year.

Wimberly said, "We'd like to
know if you plan to install lights
on the field before we make up
our schedule of play for the
season. If so, we want to sche-
dule some night games on the

, Parks Commissioner Dan 'Sex-
ton said lighting for the field
had already been approved and
-work needed to be initiated in.
time for the baseball season.:
which begins the second week
in April. Sexton noted that most
of the.poles needed for the job
were already on 'hand. The.City
erected new poles on the high
school football field in exchange
for the old poles.
, The Board agreed to call for
bids on the necessary materials'
to light the field. The bids will
be received on March 2.

Wayne Hendrix, publicity. Guest speaker for the event
' Mr. Williams has requested will be Ralph Unger, Professor
that individuals or businesses of History at Florida State Uni.
desiring to make contributions versity.' Professor Unger, in pre-
through the mail may do so by paring his thesis for his Doctor- Nm m
Box 70, Port St. Joe. researched the history of Old St. C la s s
Witten urges everyone to give Joseph for the past year. How-
generously to the Heart Fund ever, his research has been of a
during the remander of .the different nature from other his- Very O y R eC S I
month. He pointed out that heart, torians. His talk should be very
-di.ase gn'fdstroke are thenum-. interesting to 0 ren historians
berone kllers'in Gulf'County and shed a new dimension on FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, bock FOR SALE: 9 month old colt. Call
and the nation. the history of Old St. Joseph. and stuco, carpet and air con- 762-3650, Altha. Half Appaloosa FOR SALE-'67 Chevrolet
ditioned. 523 7th St. 22743067. tfc and half mustang. $100.00. 2-TON TRUCK
Unger's talk wil deal primar- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house UPHOLSTERY WORK at reason- itir. ngineody.
Ily with the effect the old St. 1200 sq. ft., 1 bath. 116 Hunter I able prices. Mrs. Billy Varnum. 0" 0.0r
L a l A dv Joseph history on the geagraphy- Circle, 75'x180'. lot. Established Phone 229-4481. tfe-2-11 $ .0
aof the area as it i today. lawn and shnibbery. Call 229-148M
e i ort227-7421 after p. day. FURNITURE: Coffee tables, bed- RICH and SON'S IGA
-E -iglht of th eve se side tables at savings. Cabinet Phone 229-4562
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Another highlight of the eve- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, fur- work. Many pieces of small furni-
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL ninq will be installation of of- nished or unfurnished. Call Joe ture. See at shop, 403 Madison St.,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE ficers. 'for the coming year. In EvanS,. White City, phone 229- Oak Grove. Picture frames also. FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR addition to the installation of R. 2414. 4tc-2-18 William Hall, 227-5021. 4tp-1-28 Emory Stephens. Free estimate. s
GULF COUNTY.M9pH "Bdb" El amprdte Bn labor and materials.
GLORIA SUE YATROFSKY H. "Bb" Ellzey as president the FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedroom THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your lo- Lw .don payment Phone 227.
Plaintiff following slate' of officers will house, 108 Hunter Circle. Inquire 1 cal dealer for PHENTEX YARN M2 tfc
-vs assume res ponsibilities: Mrs. qor call 229-5336 or 227-5015. Avail- has a large selection of yarn for
JULIUS YATROFSKY, Ned Porter, vice-president; Mrs. abl Febrary 21. 2-18 ur knitting andcrochet need INCOME TAX SERVICE
DeendanTO DEFEND W. H. Howell, Jr., redordi4g FOR RENT: Furnished two bed- COTTAGE SHOPPav many gift items, red and whie ER
TO: JULIUS YATROFSKY secretary; Mrs. Charles Brown, room house. New kitchen, new Wbilding on Hiway 98, Beacon Hill. 813 A-vin Avenue
Address unknown.drapes, new living room furi ture, 813 Marvin Avenue
ON OR BEFORE the 31st day ss unknown corresponding secretary; Mrs. new bedding. Very clean. Large FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with Phone 229-3107
ONS ORBEFOFrEthe 31st eedayto laundry and storage room. Nice Sportscraft boat And trailer. See ____
March, 1971, the Defendant, JU- neighborhood. Phone 227-8536 af- at Stafford's Grocery, White City. -
LIUS YATROFSKY, is required to 3R disconnects. tr m tf-2-4 BICYCLE REPAIS
serve upon Marvin A. Urquhart, 7. 4 Non 200 amp cartridge ter 5:00 P.m.-2 FOR SALE: 1 hew fiber-glass boat. BICYCLE REPAI
Jr., of the law firm URQUHART fuses. FOR RENT: 5-room house. See Ho- Below cost. Call 227-3937. tfc-2-4 1EBUILT BICYCLES
AND CHAPMAN Attorfleys for 8.. 10' No. 2 bare copper wire mer Coe or call 229-6285. 2p-2-4 T46e la trade
Plaintiff, whose address is 412 Mag- 9. 1 10-B ground clamps FOR SALE: Boat with 35 hp John- New and Used
nolia Avenue, Panama City, Florida 10. 1 5/8" x 8" galvanized od FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished son motor. $375.00 cash or $100 HNNe TRIM HO
32401 a copy ,of his.Answer to the 11. 4 2%" lock nuts apartment. Phone 229-6168. down and terms for suitable party. JOHNNIS TRIM SHOO2-
Complaint for divorce filed against 12. 2 2%" bushing tfc-2-4 See at 8th St., St. Joe Beach. Phone St. Ph. 227-2001
him, and file the original of said 13. 150' 4/0 THW wire Aartment at 510 8th 648-4101 t-fc2-4
Answer with the Clerk of this 14. 7g 4 THW wire FOR RENT: Apartment at WiOth
Court; herein fail not, or a Decree All lids 'should be f.o.b. Port St. For more information call FOR SALE: 1964 Karman Ghia SEPTIC TANKS pumped ot. Call
Pro Confesso will be entered St. .Joe, Florida. The City of Port Jean Arnold, 648-4800. tfe-12-10 (VW), in good condition. Wewa -uford GrW i. Phone 220-2B7.
against you. St. Joe reserves the right to ac- 63953. 229 .
WITNESS my hand and seal of cept or reject any or all bids re- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house in STUD SERVICE: Pure bred regis- TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
said Court, at Port St. Joe, Florida, ceived. Port St. Joe. Also 3 bedroom
"32456, Gulf County, this thd 11th Bids must be submitted to the house at St. Joe Beach. Call Jean termed Arabian stalion "Galizar's 8and removed or trimmed. ft
day of February, AD. 171. City Clerk's Office, P. 0, Box "A", Arnold, 648-4800. tfc.12-30 Gem", reg. no. 051061, chestnut 653-8772 or 63-343, Apalachlcola.
GEORGE Y. CORE Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 no with four white stockings. 5 miles
Clerk, Circuit Court' later than 12:QO noon March 2, POR RENT: Furnished beach co South f our white stockings. 5 miles
Gulf County, Florida 1971. Bid opening will be held at stages. Reasonable monthly rates. (South of Altha on Hiway 275. Hu- POR
(SEAL) 4t-2-18 the regular City Commission meet- Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tf-8-13 bert Maloy, Phone 762-3651. 5tl-21
N ing Ma ch 2, 1971, at 8:00 p.m., FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedroom WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy. AMBULANCE SERVCE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S in th Municpal Building, Port house and 3 acres of land. Call press lumber,. h4 to 2x12, nos. In Wewahitchka and
SCOURT, GULF CO UNTY, St. Joe,, Florida. 229-5567. tfc-1-14 I and 1x4 through 1x12 most
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. C. W. BROCK 2-18 229-5567. --14 1 ano. 2. Pine lumber, paints hard- Port St. Joe
IN RE: Etate of City Auditor and Clerk 2t FOR RENT: 1 bedroom trailer ware and appliances. PRIDGEON. /
ANTONIO LUCIDO, suitable for 2 adults. See on De- BUILDING SUPPLY, Wewahitebh. -- CALL--
Deceased. Soto St., St. Joe Beach. Phone 648- ka. tfeC--11i
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT, 4351. Stfc-2-4 Joe Beach Phon e 1 Comforter Funeral Home
OF EXECUTRIX CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN FOR RENT: Trailer spaces. Water gull wing boat with 1966 80hp' 24S11
TO ALL WHOM. IT AND FOR GULF COUNTY. furnished. Cable TV option. St. Evinrude electric shift outboard
MAY CONCERN: MARY DELORES WARREN, Joe Beach, DeSoto St. Phone 648 motor. E-zy tilt trailer, boat cover.
Notice isereb y en'tha he Plaini, 4351 tf Gas tanks, ladder, canopy, etc. E. I f p Cer&e
filed my Final eturns as Eei- FREDERICK DOUGLAS WARREN, FOR RNT: One and two bedroom cellent condition. $1,325.00. Gaa- i* E ere
.trix of the Estate ol kht~hib FREDERICK DOUGLAS WARREN, R i e ro B ettPhone 227-3371. 12-108 e
cido, deceased; 'that -I have filed l'fendant. attractively furnished a p art- non Bmzett Phone 227-3371. 12-10 518 ThIrd Street
my Petitibe h N t I a icharv e f ,NOTICE .OF ACTION ments. Cool in summer, warm in Port St. Joe, PFla.
and that I wil'l apPI 'to the RHon: : Frederick Douglas Warren, winter. Gas heat, window fans, RAY'S TRIM SHOPPlumbing and
orable Sa d, County whose residence and post office They must be seen to be apprec-
Judge f utw ri iinkno t iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK- Complete Upholstery Service Electrical Contractor
Iath 1,1971, ftr oypr~val of 'the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- ING SPACE. Phone 220-2410, Wim- "We aim to please you
a ,.d r disch.e 'tion for divorce has been filed ico Lodge Apartments and Trailer Every Time" Call 2294986 for Free E e
e Aito against and you are required to Park, White City tc-211 602 Garrison Ave.
ecutrix of f of o against ypu and you are require Phone 229-6326 R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
tl, I serve a copy of your written de- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom partially Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
Dated 'this 9h day o Januaryy, senses, if any, to it on Cecil G. Cos- furnished house at 108 Hunter 1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p. A
A.D., 19. tin, Jr., plaintiff's attorney, whose Circle. $90.00 month. Inquire or call FOR APPLIANCE, heating and re- 1t and 3rd Mondays,, 8 p. All
PETRINA 1I address is 221Reid Avenue Port229-5336 or 227-5015., frigeration repairs call 229-632. JOSEPH PIPPIN, H. P.
Ekecutrix of the Estate of St. Joe. Florida, on or, before 9-56 or 7-5015. WEST, Secretary
Antonio Lucido deceased Mar.ch 15, 1971, and file the original H.T. WEST, Secretary
'CEL G. COST, wr. with the clerk of this court either LADIES Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST '116
21 id Avenue 1-28 before service on plaintiff's attor- I~ 1e low servicing wigs anM PAINT Dealer In Port St. Joe THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Pdirt Joe Florida 32456 4t ney or immediately thereafter: bair pieces in my home. hLg second aNd fourth Tuesdi
Attorney for Exedtrix otherwise a default will be entered Vou have human hair r syn- nights 8:00 p.m. American Legion
e against you for the relief demand- thetic whieh you would liken Home.
TdI.E TO BID ed in the complaint, to have serviced quickly atHome.
CETOBID WITNESS my hand and the seal low prices THERE WILL BE a regular com-A
The ityofNOt.105oe, Florida, of this Court on February 9, 1971. WIGS FOR SALE THE munieation.of Port St. Joe Lodge
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,ng elec- /s/GEORGE Y. CORE EARTH No. ll, F. & A. M., every first
trica ipplies: following elec Cerk, Circuit Court ALL 11STOK tf and third Thurday at 8-00 p.m.
.1. 60 1500W quartz fixtures (SEAL) Gulf County, Florida JANICE STOKES c
equipped with Q1500 T-3/CL 240 AL) MAN WANTED: 55 to 65. Sober, re-
vot rigid condamps. uit. liable, honest person. Willing to HURLBUT FURNITURE
2.602'2%" rigid conduit. CLASSIFIED ADS Work in oyster bar and restaurant. and APPLIANCES CHARES R JOLLEYW..
3. 4 2Y" weather head Will have private room and. board. 306 Reid Ave. PERRY J. McAL Sect
d d d Inve nts With $35.00 week. Ph 227-7561. 4tc 2-4
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