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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the aldthicola-Chttafhoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA S2486
82 .Seniors Will he
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*CIURSDAY, MAY 27, 1971
-- Port St. Joe Hichool will G
graduate 82 senior oi exercises Gradi
to be held Snd Xay 30 at will beg
8:00 p.m. and Tiies fJuine 1 at trying
8:00 p.m. ,Both 'P xeies will be strains
held in the "gh h'lbol Coli- rendere
.se s band.
;Baccalaureatqle i so will be LaNe
held Sunday eveni-with Rev. invocati
]1ilard' Spikes, r of the Mike N
First United h" t Church, the the
d li vering the B t create ad. Seniors
tdess. Rev. David bea, Pastor Macomi
SQf:St. Joseph's' C 116 Church honor
will give the ln v and Ben- ver, Hi
edition. The o 'i Joe High person,
School band, iinde ,he direc- Mallett
ti'on of Reign S i I ,' Will play Wimbe
.foithe Process onaii' the Reces- and Ma
sional and for cong" nation sing- velop t
ing which will be le- by Wesley ses.
R. Ramisey, Duri
Platform guests f both Bac- tion c
calaureate and Gra iAtion will will pi
be: Rev: David' O'Sh c, Rev. Mil- ies;- R(
lard Spikes, Howard'lick, Mrs. can Le
Herbert Brouillette~i. Marion Craig,
Craig, Roy C. Garrett Mrs. Etna Board
Gaskin, Mrs. J. M-. G4ddie, Way- awards
lon Graham, Harry iHerrington, ta Cha
Harrell .Holloway, William Lin- city a
ton, James Mclnnis, Gene Raf- High L
field, Wesley B. 3'Ensey, Bill R.-
Rich, William Roen' J C. Allen dent c
Scott, Bill Simmonsk dwin Wil- present
liams and Zack A. tthrich with ti
Ushers for both i vices will Joy
I be: Sam Barines, La ne Boe the be
Pen, Jim Faison, Rod N.obW, The'
Jo6yi" Thompson, Tt Chason, With
Judy Hendrix and J lI Holland. enhave
: : ". '. ', V : :
from PSJ High
radiation Exercises Hendrix, Eddie Holland, Debor-
uation exercises Tuesday ah Mallett, Carol Parker, Mar-
gin with the Seniors en- sha Player, Patsy Roberson and
the Coliseum to the Mike Wimberly.
of "Coronation March" With Honors: LaNell Chason,
d by the High School Midge Howell, Lynn K no x,
SSteve Macomber, Cathy McInnis,
11 Chason wil give the Brenda Redmon, Billy Rich,
ion and class president, Chuck Roberts, Mary Jo Shipley,
Wimber y, will introduce Ab St., Jon, Charlene Thomas,
eme for the" graduating j Clara Witfield and Sharon
, "A Z'e for Us". Steve. jWilson. ),
ber .liA introduce the; ,,Brenda dams, Steve Adams,
graduateS, Lar Copenha-; ] Ray4hd' Atchispn, Marvin Bar-
olly ,eidrix, Patsy Robi e field;: Stuz e Bateman, Lena
Carol Parker, Deborah !Bewey" Jcdy Blan, Sharon Bow-
, Ed4p Holland, Mike ; man, Charles Britt, Cindy Butts,
rly, k4hnny Goodman, i' Sherry Campbell, Freddie Capps,
arsha Plyer,, who will de-
he theme in their a4dres- (Continued On Page 12)
ng the awards presenta- ......-
eremonies, Pill Simmons
resent the Rotary Troph-
oy C. Garrett the Ameri-
egion awards; R. Marion
Gulf Costr-Gulf County
of Pub lic Instruction
S; Zack Ak Wtlthrich, Del-
apter National Honor So-
award and Port St. Joe
Mfarion Craig, Superinten- M
of Public Instruction will
t the graduating seniors
Parke will !proinncee
Sgradui ng, seniors, are:I
High Honors: Larry Cop-
er, Johnny Goodman, IHolly PATSY ROBERSON
A A an L ion Auxiliary will be
Se iPopi A Day Saturday
Memorial Poppy Day Will ip ing Saturday as '"oppy Day" in
*SO ...E -iMBJ9 t %t. Joew Satks. Port'St. Jpe, mad: "Hach of,.us
y Yi Eir edoai s ani aL nt tathose
Legion andAmiliary;." ave, and courageous men and
Buddy Poppies will be on sale .omen who, through their sacri-
all day Safatday lby memibiers of fices have made the continiia-
tithe Legion -Auxiliary i.ih all tion of' our'libterties possible".,
funds used to nai disabled- vet- Citizens are asked to show
erans in veterans' hospitals. their, appreciation by wearing a
The Legion and Auxiliary' Memorial Poppy on this occa-
urges, you to help them salute "'sion.
both those brave men whob gave 6 :
their lives that -we might live
free and to aid ifbhse who gave 76 Graduating
their health and strength in I _
their country's .dfense. From Adult School
Mayor Frank Pake,, in declare. '
Some preachers just raise
cain at sinnerj Preacher Mil-
lard Spikes, head yar4 man and
part-time preacher at the First
/United Methodist Church also
Preacher Spikes brought in
this hge potato last week, he
had raised at Simmons Bayou.
..The spud weighed a pound and
Sis ounces and measured 12
Spikes said he used "just com-
mon, ordinary Alabama potato
' raising m iethods" to -raise the
, big potato;
--. -Star photo
James J. Mclnnis, director of
thd Gulf -County Adult Institute,
announces graduation exercises
for the largest adult class to.
graduate here in Port St. Joe.'
Mclnnis said 76 students will re-
ceive their high school diplomas
Wednesday, June 2 at 8:00 p.m.,
in the Commons Area of Port'
St. Joe High School.
,William W. Roberts, Adult
Education Area, Supervisor, Flor-
ida State. Department of Educa-
tion will be the featured speak- '
er for the evening
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson will
gVye the Invocation and Benedic-
tilbn. R. Marion Craig, Gulf Coun-
ty Superintendent of Public In-
stiiction will present the diplo-
mas. Mrs. R. H. Ellzey will be
Dean Reports Two
Week End Robberies
Gulf County Sheriff's Chief
Deputy, H. T. Dean, reports two
cases of breaking and entering
in Port St. Joe late last week.
D Dean said the Starlight
Lounge was ,broken into Thurs-
day night of last week with sev-
eral bottles of whiskey and some
change stolen from the premises.
Dean said the thieves entered
the building through a window.
.. Dean also reported the home
of Floye Brewton, 101 20th St.,
was entered sometime between
Thursday afternoon and Satur-
day morning and two television
sets and several suits stolen.
Dean said Brewton had left
town Thursday and the burglary
wasn't discovered until Saturday
when Wayne Ashley went to
make a check of the home.
No arrests have been made
yet for either crime.
An attempt byvth.GiulOo.'ty
Commission to hasten miel j ,'
ned drainage for .mos.qtitp co-
trol purposes in .he Simaonom
Bayou area, nearly got the 'Com-
mission into trouble ,ovw '
Keyettesto CoI8 i
For COncer Fund
The Keyettes'of Port 'St. Joe
High School will operate .a road
block in Port St. .Joe Saturday
to collect funds 'fo the Ameri-
can Cancer Society .
The Keyettes ask that every-
one give genero.sly.. tp this.
City Hall Closing
Monday forI Holiday
The 'CityHifU'ilierein Por;St
Joe will be ,ldoed all day Mon-
day for the Memorial Day holi-.
day, according .to, City Alitor
and Clerk, Charles Brock.
Brock said the City Hall ,will
be open again Tuesday at t8:00
a.m., for business as usual.
Funeral services will be held
at 3:00 this afternoon from the
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church for Alvis Roscoe Shef-
field age 70' Rev. Clayton Wil-
kinson will officiate with inter-
ment following in the family plot
in Holly Hill Cemetery.
Sheffield drowned Monday af-
ternoon near 13 Mile while going
to his job as watchman for an
oyster lease near Big Bayou.
' According to his employer, Bud-
dy Ward of 13 Mile Oyster Com-
pany, Sheffield had left the
mainland about 11:30 going to
the Bayou near St. Vincent Is-
land.' About 1:30 his boat was
seen drifting near short. When
Sheffield couldn't be found, the
Coast Guard was called into the
search and his body was found
about 4:30 p.m.
4 ., T.-
past to weeks .
Th 'St. Joseph Bay Country,
Club- hd asked the Board 0t set
up their program to drain--the
area, :so the. could assure he
FArmers' Hdme Administration
that' 'the ,.proposed golf course
site wouldd have adequate dirain-
age-,aprerequisite to having a
construction loan for the project.
approved next month.
SWhe n the Board asked- State
gigineers with the Division of
Health to Pqrt St. Joe to.inspect
the area for including in the
county's drainage plans is when
the county got into trouble.
E. C. Welch, head of the mos-
quito control division of the Di-
vision of Health' is the one who
came to do the looking, 'and evx-
claimed, "You haven't- drained
this area yet? .Ita was approved
back in the early 19501's As a
snatter 'of fact the state gave
Gulf County a drag line to help
'in "draining all this' area, all the
*vay to Indian Pass." ,
Tuesday night, the Board kill-
ed two birds with one stone :by
agreeing to undertake a drain-
age program, approved by the
state mosquito control people, of
Franklin County Judge Eldon
F. McLeod, county coroner, rul-
ed death the result of accidental
Sheffield is a long-time resi-
dent of Port St. Joe.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Sarah Mae Sheffield of Port
St. Joe; one daughter, Mrs. Kath-
erine Wiggins of St. Petersburg;
three step-daughters, Mrs. Den-
nis J. Norris and Mrs. Robert
Creamer of Port St. Joe, Mrs.
Howard Landers of Syracuse, N.
Y.; one step-son, A. E. Johnson
of Port St. Joe; 19 grandchil-
dren; two brothers, Jack Shef-
field of ,Port St. Joe and Claude
Sheffield of Macon, Ga., arid one
sister, Mrs. Jessie Houston of
Comforter Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
s to rain SImmons
kfter State Approv es
the Simmons Bayou. The move ject. He emphasized he couldn't go ahead with theii plans and 4
helps drain th golf coirse site, do the entire job "at one sitting" furnish additional funds in the
and gets the Board out of the but would have to take it a lit- next budget:. '
state dog house. te at a time. ..._ ^ ...i
The project had originally
been directed by the state to
help alleviate the salt marsh
mosquito problem 'in Port St.
Joe and Simmons Bayou..
Charles Brock, spokesman,for
the Country Club who was' on
'hand to get the County's decision
for the drainage, quipp ed:
"That's fine, we're about. as an-
xious to get rid of -imsquitos as
we are to get a golf course.".
Mosquito Control Supervisor
C. E. Daniell. said it would take
about four months of work with
his equipment to finish the pro-
THE BOARD ALSO
The Board also considered sev-
eral other items of business, in-
e Tabled a request from sev-
eral Oak Grove citizens to aban-
don several street ends in that
Heard a report from .the
Board's architect, Charles Ar-
thur Gaskin that a planned new
headquarters for the Mosquito
Control headquarters was going
to cost a little more than was
budgeted. The Board decided to
Joe Mira, Chairman of the Gulf County Chap-
ter of the National Foundation for 23 years, Mrs.
Zack Wuthrich, Mrs. Joe Blan, Mrs. Dewey Pat-
0 th e CityO Port St.ag Joe $ ay
the Cityghla Port St.. Joe $1 and ite2
Highland $,1 ew $1,100 andSt. White
City $1,100 from thi St. Jofephn
Fire Control Pstrict funds,
Considered' a request fromin
the Northw*eSt Florida Develop-
ment Council for increase in.thi
County's contribution to $1,100
a year. iColimissioner Walter
Graham aske4 d be replaced as
the County's representative ofi
the Council since he was unable
to attend the.,.n;eei'gs. Chair-
man S. C. 'Player was appointed
to replace Graham.
person and Bob Moore, admire awards presented
them by the National Foundation for their work
in this year's fund drive. -Star photo
Awards Presented to NF Workers
Mrs. Estelle Parsons, North-
west Florida Representative of
the National Foundation, pre-
sented awards last Wednesday
to local drive leaders for their
work in a successful campaign
for funds this year.
Mrs. Parsons presented Drive
Chairman, Bob Moore with a
plaque commemorating him for
his efforts in securing $2,000.00
for the drive in Gulf County this
Mrs. Zack Wuthrich and Mrs.
Joe Blan were presented awards
for their work with the Mother's
March. Mrs. Dewey Patterson
was presented an award for her
work as treasurer for the Gulf
Mrs. Parsons said the National
Foundation had set a national
record for supporting their re-
search and treatment work by
donations this year. "Florida led
the entire nation in supporting
the financial drive", she said.
"Our most important task now
is letting people know where
their money is being spent", she
said, "such as the development
of the Rubella and RH factor
vaccines.. These developments
have prevented many thousands
of birth defects", she said.
Alvis Roscoe Sheffield 'Drowns lit
Accident Monday; Funeral Today
~~: r''. ;V jp.
-AETO- TESA.P~ t ~Nrs TUSA~ MA 7,17
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Some months ago/,one gentleman, Thomas R. Shep-
ard, Jr., publisher of Look Magazine, well-armed with
- facts, took to the rostrum to deny that the nation is go-
ing to the dogs. He launched into his remarks with the
story. of Chicken Licken. The timid bird was walking
through the woods one day when an acorn fell on her
head. She decided the sky was falling and spread the
word. Chicken Licken and her hysterical friends ran
through the forest shouting that the sky was falling
". until they encountered a cool, level-headed chap by
the name of Foxy Loxy who, taking advantage of the
general panic, ate them all up."
Mr. Shepard cited this tale of barnyard ecology, be-
cause he believed it was-relevant to the ". socio-economic
outlook for the Nineteen Seventies ." He pointed out
that he happens to be an optimist and gave some of the
reasons why. In each case, he took to task a special phase
S.f what he termed "Chicken-Lickenism". First of all, he
chose the ecological Chicken Licken who sees catastro-
phe in the sky in the lorm of noxious fumes that are des-,
troying the oxygen necessary to life. "One trouble with
this particular brand, of Chicken-Lickenism," said Mr.
Shepard "is that it isnft true. The National Science Foun-
ation .. collected seventy-eight samples of air at dif-
ferent sites around the world and compared them with
analysis reports for air samples taken sixty years ago.
And what do you know ... there is precisely the same
amount of oxygen in the air today as there was in 1910--
twenty point nine four six percent by volume." Further-
more, as reported in The New York Times, "the scientists
announced that man's burning of coal, oil and gas would
not have any appreciable effect on ,the world oxygen sup-
ply even if all of the known reserves of, these fuels were
to be consumed." i'Some communities such as Pittsburgh
have cleaner air today than several years ago. "And",
continued Mr. Shepard, "just as we're not going to run
out of breathable air,iwe'e not running out of drinkable
John Robert Middlenias of Panma aCity was ,onfirm-
ed as a member of-the Florida Board of Air and Water
Pollution last week. Middlemas, a former State Repre-
sentative for Bay, Calhoun and Gulf County is well known
in these areas as an arch conservationist. If the State
Board needs' one interested in conservation on this partic-
ular board, they have what they want in Mr. Middlemas.
Some people in Gulf County may be holding their
breath now to see what comes of a resolution passed by
the Guli County Commission earlier this year, when Mid-
dlems' jiarne was first mentioned .for the pollution post.
The Gulf County Board went on record, as opposing Mid-
dlemas' appointment.- 'Some think Middlemas is now in
Apiositidnto'get eeny and that given the opportunity, he
will do Eo. We don't think this way. Middlemas is the
type person one can sit down with' and talk over differ-'
ences, without getting angry or argumentative.
;" TO THE EDITOR
Dear Mr. -Ramsey:*
To you and your newspaper I
offer my sincerest gratitude for
the. support you have expressed
for, me 'and tihs University
through your editorial column,
in recent weeks.,
In helping the public to bet-
ter understand what occurred
here and the position and actions
taken by the University, you
have rendered a great service to
the public as well as to this Uni-
versity. Without your efforts,
and those of others in the news
media, it would be impossible
for us to gain this understanding
by the citizens who support us,
Published Every Thursday at 306 WllllamP Avenue, Port St. Joa, Pierida
By The Star Publishing Company
WEzrY R. RAMSE Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographbr, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFIC Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
PoRT ST. JOE, FLOBIDA 82456
Centered as second-dass matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port,St Joe,-
: Florida, under Act of Maro.8,. 1879.
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IN COUNTY ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MOS., 2 "5 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One ear, $5.00 UT..OF U 8. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or commissions In advertisements, the publisher
o not :liold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the. printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. e spoken word barely asserted; the printed word thoroughly con-
lncee. The spoke word is lost; the printed word remains.
water either. Years ago, science and industry, working
together, conquered that ancient scourge -ft water drink-
ers: typhoid fever. Today, science and industry-through
desalinization processes and sewage treatment-are mak-
ing sure that we'll always have enough pure water to
Lest anyone think he is over optimistic, Mr. Shepard
notes, ;"We have lots of dirty air and plenty of dirty wa-
ter and something should be done about it* And, of course,
something is being done about/it. This year, U. S. in-
dustry will spend close to $3 billion to clean things up.
Additional billions are being spent to d*elop the) kind of
machinery and chemicals and fuels that will keep things
On the question of rebellious youth Mr. Shepard an-
swered the youth revolution Chicken Lickens in this way:
"First of all, there is no evidence at allthat today's kids
are any smarter or any more, idealistic 1 than the kids of
past generations. To the contrary, tests in a number of
cities have revealed a slight decrease 6n I.Q. for public
school pupils since World War H." Furthermore, he cites,
the results of a nationwide study into the Mood of Amer-
ica by Dr. ,George Gallup's American Institute of Public
Opinion. The study showed that teen-agers proved to
be even moi conservative than adults, sided firmly with
their elders in opposing the legalization of marijuana and
in condemnation of young men who dodge the draft and,
were even more emphatic in denouncing youth protests.
For those who think we are declining from the health
standpoint, Mr. Shepard points out that just fifty years
ago, the world was recovering from a flu epidemic that
killed 20 million people. That was,before the days of the
wonder drugs which another breed of Chicken Licken
now view with considerable alarm. So, take hope. Man
will very likely be around thopands of years from now,
still: making liars out of thosbein. his midst who will, no
doubt, still be predicting an early demise of the species.
?' While we don't subscribe to emas' theory on
the matter of ecology, neither does TJubkribe to ours.
We both know how the other stands and have no hard
feelings about the matter. We respect one another's
The Board of Air and Water Pollution doesn't need
all its members of a liberal viewpoint; nor does it need
all members to be of a conservative bent. Rather, both
philosophies are'needed in such a Board to make sure that
both areas are heard from when a decision must be reach-
ed concerning Florida's future. We feel Mr. Middlemas
will represent his viewpoint well. We also believe that.
should he champion a decision which may be unpopular
with us here in Gulf County, it will be due to his strong
beliefs 'and not because the County Commissioners, in an
emotional moment, officially asked that he not be appoint-
ed to his new post.
and whom we seek to serve.
Many harsh accusations have
been made on the way I handled'
demands by a minority group. I
have said on many occasions,
and I repeat to you, that this
University and I are dedicated
to helping all students in their
personal development and edu-
cation, not in repressing or dam-
At the same time, -all must
recognize our efforts must be
implemented in an atmosphere
of cooperation, understanding
and respect for authority on
which .true freedom rests and
without which no institution in
our society could long continue
Throughout these recent inci-
dents, as well as at all other
times, I have made every effort
to be available to the press. If
I, or any others here, can ever
be of service to you, please call
In order to make certain that
you have the facts on recent
events, we are sending you the
Again, my thanks to you and
with kindest regards, I am
STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL
President, Univ. of Fla.
I am writing in reply to a let-
ter written by a Mrs. Frederica
Freedman of West Palm Beach
to the Panama City News-Herald
recently concerning the current
controversy over the Pitts-Lee
case. It is obvious, from reading
her letter, she has never had to
witness the sight of a dead son-
the body of a son which has laid
in the woods for three days with
the sun and rain bearing down
She apparently did not have
to listen tb testimony at the trial
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ......... 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .. 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. OUM, Pastor
PORT ST. JOE
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Corner of Long Avenue and Niles Road
REV. ROY SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
N Y P S 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY PRAYER SERVICE 7:38 P.M.
"Come and Grow With Us"
of those confessed of this hid-
eous crime or testimony describ-
ing in detail how the crime was
committee or she would say
they were guilty.
She should count the number
of persons in the circuit court,
State Supreme Court, and the
appellate court and ask herself
if three persons would repeat
the same lie on three different
All three told the same story
each time and that, alone,
should convince her.
In regards to Mr. Shevin and
an apology to him, I have never
heard of an Attorney General
stepping into a case of any kind
on the side of the defense. May
I also remind her that Mr. She-
vin asked that the state attor-
ney and his aide be barred from
I happen to be the father of
Jessie Burkett. If she has any
questions I will be glad to an-
swer them. My son was mur-
dered and Freddie Pitts and
Wilbert Lee told me they did
it. Willie Mae Lee was with
them at the time of the murder
and described how it was done.
I hope Mrs. Freedman will re-
call some of the things she has
said about West Floridians.
W. L. BURKETT
Port St." Joe, Florida
I would like to take this op-
portunity to thank you for pub-
lishing the letter that I wrote to
you a few weeks ago about the
-trash that is being dumped on
Our special thanks go to the
Boy Scout Troop No. 47 for a
job well done in their clean-up
efforts in our area.
We were ready to write our
thanks to you, having ,seen a
green pick-up truck and crew at
work, when this week's Star
came out with the picture of the
Scouts hard at work.
Thanks -Scouts, Scout leaders
and parents. This is your state
too. We are proud of you.
MRS. B. L. PRESNELL
To the Editor:
As- a resident of Mexico Beach
I would like to express my ap-
preciation to the three young
men, from Tallahassee, I talked
with while walking on the beach
Sunday afternoon, May 16.
These visitors were walking
up "nd down the beach picking
up cans, cartons and trash and
carrying same to the newly dis-
tributed trash cans.-
I'm sure everyone on the
beach, and there were many
groups, who saw or talked with
these young men felt. as I did
and they too became a little
more conscious of their own re-
sponsibilities. I don't think I
have ever seen our beach so
free of litter as it was that Sun-
day afternoon as visitors packed
to leave for home after a won-
derful day at the beach.
My thanks again to these
young men and their efforts to
help keep our Mexico Beach
MRS. W. F. FITE
Remember the oyster eating contest we had in Port
St. Joe a few years back? Everyone was astounded
when Loren Kelly ate all opposition under the table by
putting away 33 dozen of Indian Pass' finest.
After he had out-lasted all his opposition, Kelly had
that kind of grin on his face that one has when he knows
he has done something nobody else can. Port St. Joe
lived proud in the fact that we had what we thought was
a world champion in our midst.
But now, a used car salesman down in Orlando has
up and bested Kelly in his claim to fame. Charlie Lane,
a six-foot ex-boxer and football linebacker has put away
40 dozen and 10 oysters in a two and a half hour ordeal.
Lane claims the world championship in oyster eating.
An Austrialian by the name of Joe Garcia claims to
have eaten 480 oysters in an hour. This is 10 less oysters
than Lane enhaled, but he did it in less than half the time.
Lane also claims Garcia's feat was nothing since he says
Austrialia's oysters are no bigger than end of your thumb.
Lane has also set what he claims is a speed record
by eating 60 oysters in a minute and 18 seconds.
Considering the size of the oysters involved, it may
just be that the only one in the world"who can spoil Lane's
record is our own Loren Kelly. That would be a contest
worth watching from a safe distance, of course.
I want to confess. They say it's good for the soul.
I have erred and want to admit it. I have upset the
ecology. And it was a deliberate act brought on with
malice aforethought, intentional and deliberate.
I went out to look at my tomato crop the other ete-
ning, and I noticed something had been gnawing on the
leaves. A closer look showed that some little varmints
were also tasting my small tomatoes before I had a chance
.It just didn't seem right to me. After all, I was the
one who broke his back coaxing those tomatoes up from
small tender plants, to a good size bush now putting out
blooms and small tomatoes. I know those little yellow
and black stripped animals are "in the plan of things",
But I guess I just went to pieces .-. I :i soned the
heck out of them!
You cat turn me in if you want to. Using poison on
a yellow and black stripped beast could probably get me
in trouble for. upsetting a delicate balance. But that
little wiggly crittur. upset my balance when I saw those
little tomatoes shrivling up from his boring operations: 1
Here's a goodoae,I read. in the.-Reader's Digest the
other day: "It's safer teo ay these days that one is fit as
a fiddle than it is o isa)lh6 is sound as a dollar". s
CHURCH, OF CH R IST
Corner 20th Street and MarVin Avenue
Come Worship With Us Every Lord's Day
BIBLE STUDY 10:00 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE --....-.. 11:00 A.M.
FVEING WORSHIP 8:00 P.L
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STU :......... 7:00 P.M.
VIRGIL L. SHELTON, Minister.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
"Copyright, Quality Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc., 1971"
we'll bet you
you won't find a hole 3/16ths of an
inch or larger in any slice of
-Sunbeam white bread. This is
a product guarantee., if you
should find such a
hole, you get
5 FREE LOAVES
TNI SAIL od D JoPiorft THURSDAY, tAAV 27,1971
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
THI: SAR, Port St. joe, FlP. 32454 THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1971
DR. G. 'E BUTS, DVM.
will be at thePort St. Joe Fire Station
SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1971
. from 2:30 p.mn to 5:30 p.m., EDT, for the. purpose of
Vaccinating Small Animals (Dogs, Cats, Etc.)
The Amount of $3.00 Will Be Charged for
Each Animal Treated
All persons are urged tb have their animals treated,
at'this time for the protection of themselves, their
families and the community. All animals will be
registered and License Tags obtained at the Vet's
4 Office during the above time. License Tags are
$1.00 for the first animal, $.50 fo4 the second and
third animal, for a maximum fee of $2.00 to any one
by W. E. BISHOP ist driving along a busy highway.
Senator, Sixth District Three feet away lurks death land
From early school days, child- destruction if the normal pattern
ren are taught to conserve natural of behavior is suddenly disrupted.
resources. Throughout adult life, A catastrophe in agriculture and
the term natural resources is a the production offod could rep-
common household expression. resent just as certain destruction
But not until the recent years has to human lives .
the term took a command of our I mention agriculture ,again to
attention to the extent that we are point out another area, that I be-
actually becoming aware of the lieve to be undeniably related to
abuses and 'unconcern for its the welfare of all life conserva-
values. I mention this to point out tive use of our 'natural resources.
the need for us to stop and think'I have been a Memberof the Sen-
seriously about what the human ate Committee on Natural Re-
race is doing with our God-given sources where extensive study has
resources that afford our,very ex- been given to factors i influencing
istence.. air, water, minerals, soil, timber,
In my last article, I tried to por- fuels and other' related resources
tray the farmer as being the sin- such as electrical power, recrea-
gle most important person for tion and wildlife.
whom we must depend for our liv- This has been interesting espe-
ing in this 20th Century. There has cially since pollution and waste
been a time in the history of our have been openly exposed as ene-
young country when each family mies to the freedom'and survival
was near independent and self-sup-, of future generations. Such pro-
porting. But not so any more with blems as the spillage of oil and
seventy percent of the population pollutants by seagoing vessels
depending on products irom the hauling these products into Flor..
grocery-'store. The necessity of ida Ports have been dealt with iin
food can be compared to a motor- the form of requiring 'insurance
23 Will Die
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol today predicted
from shipping companies against minate the problem rather than that 23 persons will die in traffic
contamination of our water and de- contributing to it. I am in accord accidents in the state during the
struction of plant- and wildlife. Re- with most of the laws which have 78-hour Memorial Day holiday
strictions have been put on drilling been enacted to make it a crime period.
operations to insure the minimum to litter the land and water with The Memorial Day weekend
of waste and contamination in undesirable trash. Individual ac- period begins at 6:00 p.m., Friday,
producing oil in Florida's oil fields. tion is needed in helping to en- May 28 and ends at midnight Mon-
The harmful effects of persis- force these laws. day, May 31.
tant pesticides have been studied Generally, I have supported mea- i Colonel Reid Clifton, director of
and will continue to get top priori- sures that would contribute to the Patrol said, "The first real holi-
ty in research. We must not lose cleaner air, water and land. I re- day of the summer will find a tre-
sight of the fact that insect con- gard outdoor recreation as the mendous number of families on
trol is of utmost importance to all single most restorative factor in florida's streets and highways
forms of agriculture. We must re- healing spirit l and physical traveling to weekend vacation
evaluate their uses with the pur- breakdowns caused by the "hustle spots, beaches and parks. Some
pose ih mind to strike a balance and bustle" of today's life. What won't return home from their out-
where the harmful effects will not used to be regarded as a way of ings because they will die in a traf.
outweigh the benefits.' life has become a luxury to mil- fic accident."
Pollution of the land, air and lions of people. Much of my ef- Speeding, failing to yield righl
water has presented us with glar- forts as a Legislator will be direct- of way and driving while drinking
ing problems. Stronger laws may ed toward preserving things of na- were cited as the major accident
be needed to require industries to ture so that future generations causes and are expected to figure
curb emission of obnoxious pollu- will have the privilege of breath- heavily in the weekend toll.
tants. But let's not forget that pre- ing pure air, swimming in clean "Help prove our prediction of 2Z
vention of waste and pollution is water or hunting in a beautiful traffic deaths for the holiday week
a matter for individual action, forest. end wrong by staying alert, obey
Every, person is charged with keep-I Our office is located in Room 14 ing all traffic laws and driving d(
ing his environment clean and of the Old Senate Chamber. Our fensively," concluded Colonel Clif
emphasis placed on helping to eli- phone number is 224-7859. ton.
Bishop Says He Is Concerned With
Protectina n.Environment For Future
H. W. GRIFFIN
Chief of Police
City of Port St. Joe
S You Saw It In The Star -
Say u. aw n e -'' "" i
, i~- ~ :I
PAG FOU TH TR otS.Je-Ford HRDIMY2,17
Specials for May
26,27,28 and 29
RICH and SONS' IGA
- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
S. Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order
IGA Cluster Hamburger or Hot Dog
Bread -_ 33c *BUNS 12 pkg. 31c I dOZ. Eggs FREE
ITS ICED TEA TIME! Ga. Grade "A" LARGE
LUZIANNE TEA BAGS---------100 ct. 89c EG GS
<* < Te. A, 11 A Y.T;IA ir -
fi IU UAWNND
12 OUNCE CANS
SDrinks 10 9 C
Hunt's -N 2% Can
Yellow Cling PEACHES 3 cans $1.00
IGA Whole Kernel or Cream Style No. 303 Cans
Golden CORN --------5 cans $1.00
Showboat No. 2% Cans
PORK and BEANS ---- 4 cans $1.00
GATORADE------- 32 oz. btl. 35c
BAMA With $10.00 Order or More
Kraft Miracle i-Stick Lb. IGA FANCY 20 Oz. bottles
MARGARINE 39c CATSUP
Butter-Me-Not 9% oz nkg CT U
BISC UITS-------2 pkgs. 39c
IGA FrozenORAE 12 Oz.
M1 LK ----_2 gal. 49c
LLrU1D vlv- For Dishes 4D~4
SIQUiD For Dishes
2 ct. 39c
Plain or Iodized Round Boxes
IG A SALT ---- 2 boxes
For Cats 6% Oz. Cans
KITTY SALMON can
LIQUID CLEANER -- 22 oz. btl.
NBC OREO, 14% Oz. Pkgs. SAVE 4el
Sandwich COOKIES ---- pkg. 49c
1 0 ----6 oz. 79c
HOT SHOT----13 oz. can $1.29
TABLERITE FULL CUT
FRESH SOUTHWESTERN SWEET
Tablerite SIRLOIN TIP
Home Grown Garden Fresh
Yellow SQUASH-----lb. 19c Green ONIONS bunch 19
GUARANTEED RIPE ICE COLD
SFlorida Home Grown -
Ib. 49c Tomatoes
r11,01 AN -
PORK NECK BONES ___ 3 Ibs.
Copeland 1 Pound Package
Ib. 69c Bologna
lb $1.29 LIVER I:
Tablerite CUBE Tablerite GROUND
Steak lb. $1.39 CHUCK lb. 89c
Quart 4 8
Rome Grown Ruskin Best Flavor
Fresh TOMATOES -----b.
69c BAGGED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
,. 49c Green Beans
GARDEN FRESH SWEET
Tender BEANS -----b. 19
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
IGA 1% Lb. Loaf
White or Zuchini
BANANAS Ib. 12
THEA~TAR, Port St. Jo@- Florida
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1971
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -NOT STAMPS
THE STAIL Pod ft. ^Fla. 3245
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1971
Y O What then is the correct rate
Le r 1 e0aa nof fertilizer to apply to *a lawn?
When You Fertilize Use A Light Hand Wha then is the correct rate
.. Most lawn fertilizers are applied
/ : "; *: according to the amount of nitro-
S Many people believe if a ferti. This type of logie can result in ral part of lawn maintenance and utilization can result from excesses, gen desired for a given area. The
lizer is good then twice as much is complete kill of a lawn. is necessary for good appearance insufciencies, and, or poor dis- standard recommendation f o r
better. Proper fertilization is an integ- and growth of turf. Improper fer- tribition of fertilizer, most fertilizers containing nitrigen
You live only once. If ybu love what is beautiful--we believe you should
try to have a beautiful home. A lovely home isn't essential to family
Happiness. There is no question, however, but that a family that enjoys
its home, and has pride in it, has something "extra" toward happiness.
Ends Sat, June 12
Save During Danley's VALUE SPREE SALE!
The Good Economy Set of Bedding
BOT7 5O ^Tf^w
Huge 6 Unit All Steel
KING SIZE DOUBLE SINK
Unit $135s 00
2 Complete Cydels
, e 3 Water Temperature Selections
Matching Speed Queen (
Electric Clothes Dryer ---- I
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SPLENDOR OF I EI)RRAJMAD StYLE
.i in Villa Oak Finish
Redwood Table and 2 Benches
BAR-B-Q SET $35.00
46" Expanded Metal for Cool Comfort With Stand
Lawn Swing $39.00
Glider, Rocker and Chair
BUNTING SET $65.00
In Carton 10 Play
If you've priced Mediterranean styled bed-
room suites, then you know this Villa Oak.
finished group is a truly fabulous buy. You'll
love the bold massive lines, the antiqued
brass hardware, the exquisite design over-
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of mar, stain and scratch resistant plastic.
Construction is excellent quality too with
center-guided, dust-proofed drawers. With
this suite you really get so much in beauty
and quality for so very little.
2-Pc. Vinyl Upholstered Sofa Bed and Chair
Liv. Room Suite $119.
Value Spree Special! Vinyl Covered
SOFA BED $178.
Sylvania 184 sq. in. With Free Stand
Portable TV $159.00
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, May 31, 1971
Beef vegetable stew, Pineapple
salad on lettuce, Brownie, Rolls
Tuesday, June 1, 1971
Oven fried chicken, Rice with
gravy, Seasoned turnip greens,
Beet slices, Fruited jello, Corn
bread squares and Milk.
Wednesday, June 2,i1971
Baked beans and bacon, Open
face cheese toast, Cabbage and
pepper slaw, Apple crisp and Milk.
Thursday, June 3, 1971
Tuna salad on lettuce, Tomato
wedge, Buttered green peas, Straw-
berry shortcake, wheat rolls and
Friday, June 4, 1971
Roast beef with noodles, Green
limas, Combination salad, Apple-
sauce, Rolls and Milk.
is to apply ONE POUND of ACT-
UAL NITROGEN PER 1000
SQUARE FEET OF LAWN AREA.
Since different fertilizers contain
different amounts of nitrogen, it
is necessary to calculate how much
of the commercial material is
needed to supply the one pound
of nitrogen. It is also necessary to
know the exact size of the lawn
so that the total amount of ferti-
lizer needed can be determined.
To calculate pounds of fertili-
zer required to equal one pound
of nitrogen, divide the percent ni-
trogen contained in the material
into 100. All fertilizers have the
percent nitrogen listed on the la-
bel. When complete fertilizers are
used nitrogen is the first number
of the fertilizer analysis. For exam-
ple, a 6-6-6 fertilizer contains 6%
nitrogen. Amounts to use are cal-
culated as follows:
Example 1: Ammonium nitrate
equals 33.5% nitrogen; 100 over
33.5 equals 2.98 (or rounded off
to 3). Therefore, apply 3 pounds
of ammonium nitrate per 1000
square feet to equal 1 pound of
Example 2: Complete fertilizer,
16-4-8 equals 16% nitrogen; 100
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If you are tired and fed up with paying rent and
never owning your own home, call us. We have a
real nice 2 bedroom home in Highland View with all
the conveniences of modern living.
Own like rent and pay for your own home in just a
very few years.
May Bargain Time
SPECIAL OFFER VALUABLE COUPON
ON THE NEW 1971 9.8 H.P. MERCURY
WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS
The 9.8 will outrun, outpull and outlast
any other Outboard in its class and use
less gas doing it!
Try the new Merc 110
SBull Gearshift 0 Jet-Prop Exhaust
9.8. H.P. 0 twist-grip throttle
SALE PRICE $5.
plus 4% Sales Ta'
EAST BAY MARINE
Alternate 98 and Boat Race Road
2% Miles from Tyndall A.F.B.
Sales and Service-
Enjoy the Convenience and Savings of A
15 C. Ft.
9.1 Cu. Ft. Capacity Westinghouse
Dixie Apartment Size
GAS RANGES ---
ever 16 equals 6.25 (or rounded off
to 6). Therefore, apply 6 pounds of
16-4-8 fertilizer per 1000 square
feet to equal 1 pound of nitrogen.
If you don't want to calculate the
amount of fertilizer to apply then
keep the following tables as a han-
dy reference guide which contains
the Type of Fertilizer and Ap-
proximate Pounds of Material to
Supply One Pound of Nitrogen.
Ammonium sulfate, 5; Ammonium
nitrate, 3; Calcium nitrate, 7; Ni-
trate of soda, 6; Urea, 2; Ureaform,
2%; Sludges, Variable-read label;
Milorganite, 16; 6-6-6, 16; 8-8-8, 12;
10-10-10, 10; 12-12-12, 8; 12-4-8, 8;
Practically all inorganic fertili-
zers can severely burn grass leaves.
To avoid this, apply only to dry
turf and immediately water into
the soil. Some organic fertilizers
can be applied to the lawn at rates
greater than one pound of nitro-
gen. Read the label for proper
rates of application.
Film On Baseball
Kiwanian Bill Norris showed his
club a film on baseball at the reg-
ular meeting of the club Tuesday.
The film, designed for training
players, used such stars as Mickey
Lolics, Dwayne Josephson, Nick
Petrocelli, Harmon Killebrew, Al
Kaline and others to demonstrate
the proper method of playing the
different positions of baseball.
The film was narrated by Tony
Kubec, a former New York Yan-
Guests of the ciub were Key-
Clubbers Steve Bass and Steve At-
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends here in Port St. Joe for
the many cards, flowers, telegrams
and acts of kindness shown us dur-
ing the illness and death of our
THE FAMILY of
PAG SIXTHE MITAPort St. joe,. 6 TkURgDsAy, MAY 27, 19Yt
S'* -MISS NANCY ELIZABETH ABSTEIN
'Ihet eimgagemt4ent of an Tacy ''allahassee.
Elizabeth Abstein to William Mr. Buzz
"T .Buzzett, is announced by from Port S
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John andU attend
Barton Abstein, Sr., of Talla- Pharmacy a
hassee. The groom-elect is the Florida. He
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard pa Psi.i pro
Gannon Buzzett of Port St.. Joe. fraternity w
Miss Abstein was graduated office of ch
from Leon High School ,in Tal- The wedd
lahassee and received an AA de- August 28 a
bpoa ,. Paul's Unite
gree in 1969 from Chipbla Ju-. of Tailahass
ior College. She presently is Finklea an
- ,..working as a dental assistant in Crowe office
ett ws's graduated
St. Joe High School
ending the College of
t the University of
is a member of Kap-
where he holds the
apter treasurer. i
ding will take place
t. 4:00 p.m. in Saint.
ed Methodist Church
ee with the Rev. Ray
d Father William
Mrs. Lewis Hostess to Xi Epsilo i
Kappa In Year's "Final Meeting
The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter Biggs, president; Ruth Patterson,
-of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday, vice-president; Betty Lewis, record-
May 17 at the home of Betty ing secretary; Martha Sanbonrn
Youth featured In
White City Church
Sunday, May 23, part of the eve-
ning worship service at White City
Baptist Church was, given to the
"Action" children's group to show
some of the things that they have
"Action" group with a member-
ship !of 17 children has met Satur-
day mornings during the past nine
months and have enjoyed Bible
stories, memory verses, singing
choruses, mission projects and
handwork at each meeting.
The closing program: consisted
of singing, finger plays and action
songs, a Bible drill, giving verses
from memory from the Bible for
head, eyes, heart, feet and sword
and closing with the chorus "Holy
Bible". Those present were given
a copy of "Good News for Modern'
Man", a revised translation of the
The leaders of boys and girls in
Action are: Mrs. Thelma Layfield,
Mrs. Ann Goodman and Mrs. Phyl-
Children present were: Debbie.
Dunigan, Michelle Blackwell, Nan-
cy Hay, Kari Harper, Dewayne
Neel, Mitch Rich and Gregg Lay,
Mrs. Costin Hostess
To Stone Circle
Mrs. Chauncey Costin was host-
ess to the Annie V. Stone, Circle
of ::the First United Methodist
Church for the May meeting. Prior
to: the business meeting, ;the host-
ess served refreshments to the
nine members, present.
The Chairman, called the meeting
to order and Mrs. J, E. Perritt led
the group in prayer and theh gave
a most interestinA program on the
Seven Crdinali Siis and resisting
sin in general.
During the business meeting,
committee reports were. given and
plans made for church activities
during the month, of Juqne.,
,,The meeting was dismissed with
the ,WSCS benediction.
'St. James Women
St. James Episcopal Churchwom-
en aqe hJinoring, the Port St. Joe
High Schbol's graduating class of
1971 with a reception at the Par,
ish House, following the baccalau-,
reate service Sunday evening.
Family and friends of the grad-
uates are cordially invited to at-
' __ _
Lewis, for the final meeting of the corresponding secretary; Virginia Thrift Shop Workers
year. The newly installed. presi-. Cannon, treasurer and Janice John- med for Friday
dent, Margaret Biggs, presided son, civil; defense. hried S or Frioay
over the meeting. e pm prsete b Thrift Shop workers for the Hos-
New committee chairmen were The program was present y pital Auxiliary Thrift Shop this
named for the.-upcoming year and Virginia Cannon, Betty Lewis, Mar- Friday afternoon will be. Mrs. L
plans were made to make the next garet Biggs and Martha Sanborn, L. Copenhaver and. Mrs. Miltbo
year a successful one. followed by a group discussion. Chafin.
The n4w offid'ers for the next A salad supper was served to The shop is open each Friday
year are as follows: Margaret highlight the meeting. afternoon from 2:30 to 4:36 p.m..,
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Miss Rebecca Hamm Honored With
Miscellaneous Shower Thursday .
Miss Rebecca Hamm, bride-elect Miss Gail Hicks registered the
of June was honored last Thurs- gifts which were displayed on a
day evening with a miscellaneous table in the living room.
bridal shower at the home of Mrs. An arrangement of gladioli was
Lavinia Hicks at White City. Co- An arrangement of gladioli wass
hostesses for the event were Gai placed on the piano and summer
and Lanette Hicks and Dorothy flowers decorated the stereo in
Hn a' the living room where the guests
The honoree wore a pink dress played several games and each
with white accessories and was guest wrote the bride-elect one o0
presented a. white carnation cor- their favorite recipes tobe placed
sage. Corsages were also presented in the bride's book. Prizes won
to the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. were given to the bride.
Louise Hammn anid Mrs. Eva Wes. Guests were served in the din-
ton, mother of the groom-elect. ing area with Frances. Graham ser-
Selling Chicken Dinner
The Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Association will sponsor a
chicken barbecue Sunday, May 30
beginning at 12:00 noon. The bar-
becue will be held at the County
Pier on Mexico Beach. ., "
The Volunteers will be selling
adult plates, for $1.25 and chil-
dren's plates. forb. 75c.
All proceeds will go to a fund
to purchase property for a fire;
ving ruitL puncl ifrom a crystal
bowl. Crystal appointments were
An arrangement of yellow day-
lillies and green fern, the. bride.
elect's chosen colors, decorated
the base of the punih bowl. The
table was overlaid w.th anz ivory
linen cloth. An assort~ient of open-
faced crackers, nuts,' pastel mints
and cookies were served to the
Assisting the hostesses were
Debbie Hamm and Brenda Adams.
Miss Hamm and Greg WestoIl
will :be married June 12 at th6
First Pentecostal Church in Port
- '.--la..-:, .. **. ,.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FlPida
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1971
Jim' Si ons, son of Mr., and
1f. W. B. Simmons, will be
graduated-from Woodward Acad-
-eyS, College Park, Ga., Satur.
i *' '
ame and lois Smith a 491 series 148 game and 385 series for Basic.
or the Bankers. Judy Barbee and Standings W L
hristine Lightfoot picked up the Fla. 1st Nat, Bank ---- 94 42
-10. split and Chris also the 6-7 St. Joe Stevedores -- 91% 44%
plit. Lois Smith made a 2-10 split St. Joe Kraft --- 89 47
ood. ... ISt. Joe Furniture 86 50
Basic, Inc., lost all four games Williams Alley Kats -- 73 63
o Williams Alley Kats. Betty Bar- Swatts Motor Co. 70% 65%
ee had a 167 game and 458 series Basic, Inc. 39 97
or the Kats. Dianne Terry had a AN Railroad 1 135
g from Wodward Dance Pups Will --
dy, M Perform for Cancer ow- C
,iday, May 29. 3T
During his senior year, Jim The third annual recital of the ;t -- s
served as Sergeant-Major of the Wanda Basham School of Dance g
SRed Beret Band,. *as a member will beheld Friday evening at 7:30 '
of the student Senate, and a p.m. in the new higschool audi- 6 t
floor commander of his dormi- toriumi. The show, entitled, "Here's b
tory. He also earned varsity let- New York", will feature 50 local .
tears in football. and track his girls doing dances in tap, ballet,
.junior and senior years. toe, acrobatics and jazz to a big '
Jim will enter the freshman city theme from "The Rockettes" Gulf County ladies League Swatts,Motor Company took all;
class of the University of Ten- to "Radio City Music Hall". St. Joe ste-eres won three four games from AN Railroad on
nessee at Knoxville in Septem- Tickets are $i.00 for adults and games this week-from Basic. Melba lanes 5 and 6. Connie Kirkland
ber. 50c for children and are available Barbee bowled a .1b9 game and 477 had a: 123 game andSHRDUUUU
from any of the students or at the series for the Ste6es. Dianne Ter- had a 188 game and 500 series for
SKIRKLAND SUFFERS door. ry had a 168 game and 389 series Swatts. Marguerite Scheffer rolled
MRST.RK LABN A S FE; Participating in the revue will for Basic. a 123 game and 352 series for AN.
STROKE IN ALABAMA be FranAllen, Cindy Atkins, Dawn A Kats took three st. Joe Furniture outbowled St.
Mrs. Ellen Kirkland, former res-. Anchors, Beverly Beard, Mary Mar.- Wams levi of the set for Joe raft, winning al four games.
ident of Port St. Joe and school garet Bray, Teresa Fortner, Lori r^me ',leaiNat oO Bank. Nor Opal Howard bowled a 169 game
patrol lady pr, several years at Heacock, Nancy Knox, Vicki Land, Hobba had a i70 game and and 487 series for St. Joe Furni-
the Elementar, School, suffered Eva Maddox, Margaret Mclnnis, ma Hobbs, had a 170 game ands taie. Evelyn Smith had a 181
a stroke Yeeatty at her home in Lisa Melton, Jolyn Parrott, Caro. the Kats. Eula Dickey bowled a game and Mary Lyons a 490 series.
Alabama. t .e ats. u',ickey bowleda 3;
Alabama. lyn yqtt nMelody'Smith, Christie 201 game and Lois Smith a 510 anngs W L
Mrs. Kirkln bTaylor, Shaun Wuthrich, Karen Fla. Nat. Bank -------94 38
Mrs Kirkland has been impro- ch, arian Costin, Diane Free- sees for th St. Joe Stevedores 87% 44%
ing steadily; She 7is a patient in Herrig, Louise M St. Joe Kraft8 46,
the [one d ; Ho ias on,. man, Linda, Herizlg, Louise Mc- .' St. Joe Kraft_------------86 46'
the onroeountHospital, Mon- Inis, Cherry Stebel, Ginny Thomp- St. Joe Furniture 82 50
roeville, Ala.. n, : Leslie Costin, Katrina Daniels,. M nIU Swatts, Inc.----------69% 62%
S Joaflne Freeman, Leanne Parrott, Williams Alley Kats -- 69 63
Laurie Smith, Stacy Tharpe, San- Basic, Inc. 39 93
dy Basham,, Vicki Cannon, Becky Port St. Joe Elementary School AN Railroad _----------1 131
Kennedy, Annette. Minger, Shawn Mor qla,, y 3 ,
o isa.sceCathy- Rich, Mo.odall'y A..31
a ,' cathy .ch' ;Beef vegepta1~.l lettuce and Gulf County Ladles' League
Pam. anborn andrish Tapper.', tomato salad, peaut butter and St. Joe Furniture won all four
S All proceeds will go to the Gulf jelly, hot biscuits, butter and milk. games last week from AN Rail-
County Chapter of the American Tuesday,),June ..-. road. Opal .Howard had a 159
m cancer Society. Chicken and rice, turnip greens, game and 452 series for St. Joe
S:. beet slices, orange juice, corn- Furniture. Ronnie McDonald had
bread, butter andqfmilk., a 121 game and Marguerite Schef-
Kindergarten Offers Wenesday, June 2 fer a 318 series for AN.
Program Toiht Baked beans, .eeese toost, cab-1 St. Joe Kraft took three games
P programm To IIgt bage slaw, apple, pie, butter and from Swatts Motor Company. Mary
milk. ', Lyons bowled a big 223 game and
The closing program of the ThursdayJune 3 580 ories for the Krafties. Patsy
Jack and Jill Kindergarten will,: Tuna salad on lettuce, sliced to- had a 1069'game and 460 series for
be held Thursday, May 27 at mato, green.peas, chocolate cake, Swatts.
7:30 p.mni in the gymnasium of white bread, butte, and milk. St. Joe Stevedores: ot-bowled
the Port St. Joe Elementary Friday, June 4 1 Florida First Nationial Bank and
School. Beef and noodles, green limas, won all four games. Melba Barbee
.i^ ^ The public is cordially invited lettuce and tomato salad, cookies, had a 212 game arid 522 series for
'j' to attend. hot biscuit, butter and milk. 'the Stevies. Verna Burch had a 193.!
Cameras -- Cosrmetis- Fragrances Tobacco
Gaine Stationery Tolletrie
Drive-n Window for Prescription at Rear; of Storn
2 FREE PARKING SPACES AT REAR OF STORE
John Robert Smilth, Pharma utlical Chemist
PHONE 27.5111 236 RID AVENUE
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comfortable slack made... 100% Dacron*.
polyester doubleknit. Stylish two button
extension waistband, fashion pockets,
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The chances are
you will be using more
electric ity during
the hot summer month
Here's how to avoid wasting electricity
when running your air conditioning!
'* : .<" '. *^
1" ;4 '
Do' us.m r
For economical aircon oning -
Fan setting: Operate as you likl t. "Auto" gives better
humidity contrpol'aid economy. "On gives more uniform air
motion, soupd levei 6nd temperature ,
Away from homni Set unit at 5~ above noa -
ting with fan on "Auto" for niew protection and quick:
comfort when you return,. .
Filters: Replace frequently. Clogged filters make unit w,o.,:
Outdoor section: Keep clear of plants and obstructions.
Return air grill: Don't block air flow with furniture or drapes.
MAL SETTING 78
HOW MUCH YOUR USAGE
INCREASES WHEN YOUR
THERMOSTAT IS BELOW 78"
You use 8% more
You use 18% more.
You use 28% more
You use 39% more
You use 50% more
You use 63% more
Windows and doors: Shut-out heat from the sun with drapes'
or outside shading.
Insulation: Adequate insulation and proper attic ventilation
will result in kwer operating costs.
JOINED OUR.NEW EQUAL PAYMENT PLAN?
Now you can eliminate higher seasonal electric bills ... pay the
same amount each month, summer and winter. At the end of twelve
.months, any difference will be figured into your payments for the
following year. Just contact our office to find out what your
monthly payments would be.
TherT.'s never any unnecessary
filled That's because dispensing
medicine i our first order of business.
You can count on us to fill your
prescription promptly, accurately,
waiting here tW have your prescriptions
with only the finest of phannaceutlcml.
A FULL SERVICE DRUG STORE
,t ,, ]
":: ,,,q!,,, ,, "1
uh SRP St. P A Y
-. i i -*f H&R Block Plannin
ew radeS ,Should Notify Office Here for 19;
/ -Gerald B. Jacobsen, Regional
S ; ... largest income tax service, an-
_Girls getting narriedmight no eld presentatie for Gulf "Today's' bride could receive so- nounced thplans week to en an offhis coe in
think of sending a wedding an. County, today reminded newlyweds cial security payments long before pny t St. Joe for the 1972 tax sea-
nounqement to their social securi. that up-to.date: records are import- she and ner husband reach retire- son through an exclusive "satel- a-
ty office. But, the Social Security ant if earnings are to be recorded ment age,". Robinson said "More sonite" frouanchise program. Jacobsensat
Administration would like to know and without delay. than 8 million Americans, under 65 lite" franchise program. Jacobsen
t bde's new name as.soon as These' earnings records will help now get regular monthly checks." oostatedng for a person interested inow
.possible. ~ -ti determine. how much is paid An automobile accident that dis- l ooking for a personity in terested income
David Robinson, Social Secrit. some day in retirement, survivors, ables a young husband or his wife a ca preer opportunity in field. inco
or disability benefits. Records could set the, social security wheels tax .prpr i Ko f.
which are incomplete or incorrect in motion. With as little as 1% I H&R Block was founded in Kan-
S J can result in delay or even in re- years of work under social securi- sas City in 1955 and expects to
oResident ductionof.amounts payable. ty-including credit for part-time grow toover 6,000 offices for the
. .. : and summer jobs benefits cbuld 1972 filing season. This number
AB hV ath be paid to the family of a young
TlU n by eath I Rob rt Nede- Di s 4*_ man or young woman. ; The phone number is 763-5331. The
"' OerT N O y 16S "The Social Security Office for 'office is open Moday through Fri
TiFuneial services .were held Sat- 1 this area is located at 1316 Mar- day from 8:30 a.i~,- to 4:30 p.m.,
urday for Mrs. Joyce IReed Lewis, In Apn lai hcoil rison Avenue, Panama City 32401. | except on national holidays.
9 -f Ti..hinr Cove Ro nad in Pan-. 1W
, o Bunes e --
ama City. Mrs. Lewis was a former
resident of Port St.- Joe. She pas- Robert Patrick Nedley, known
sed away last Thursday afternoon throughout this area as "Uncle
ig a Panama City nursing home. Bob" died in Apalachicola Friday
SServices, were held:'from Wilson morning of last week at his home.
kEueral :1omee Chapel, with the He was 85.
Aev. Si Matrison officiating. Bur- Mr. Nedley was born in Frank-
ial was in ,Greenwood Cemetery. lin County and operated the Coca-
Active pallbearers were Larry Cola plant in Apalachicola for
Bodiford, George Christo, Jerry many years. At one time he--wasI
Gerde, John Starling, Jimmy Par- the oldest Coca-Cola distributor in
mer, Chesley Fensom, Herbert the state.
Sapp, VerhonL Pringle. Honorary For many years he played base-
rallbearers were John Espy, L. E. ball when Apalachicola held the
Lokey,. Paul Fensom, Edward Ad- Gulf Coast championship. At that
*ams, J., Frank- Adams, J. Lamar time, league members consisted'of
Miller; Wallace Laird, Roy Laird, Panama City; Lynn' Haven, St. An-
:Dr. Elmer .Campbell Dr. John drews, Port St. .Joe, Pensacola,
Thompson, S. A. Daffin, Jr., Dr. Marianna, 'Blountstown Chipley
S. A.'Daffin, i, Ted BarefieldfJ. and Tallahassee.
A. Lapeyrouse, Fred Lewis, Fdster Funeral services were held Mon-
Kruse, Tom al6e, Jr., Basil Kenney, day at 11:00 a.m. from St. Pat-
J. R. Smith, 'Fleming Folkes, rick's Catholic Church with the
George Phillips, -Emmett Stokes, Rev. Father Bernard McQuirk of-
Joe 1MeCrary, Casper E. Harris, ficiating. Burial was in Magnolia
. Harlan Gregory and Robert Cog- Cemetery.. .
s. ..Mr. Nedley is survived by. one
*Mrs Lewis,-her husband, the daughter, Mrs. Louise Pendelton
late Judge E. Clay- Lewis, Jr., and of St. George Island; one brother,
her family, moved to Panama in Ivory C. Nedley of Port St. Joe;
1947, when Lewis was elected Cir- two grandchildren ,and five great
cuit Judge. grandchildren.
g On Opening
72 Tax Session
' will include over 2,000 satellite of-
Jacobsen also stated, "The goal
of H&R Block is to provide the
tax-paying public with a conven-
ient service when it is most need-
ed. To accomplish this goal in com-
munities under 15,000 population,
the company selects a responsible
member of the community for the
Persons interested in the pro-
gram should contact Tom Novak
at 2236 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee.
Midget Investments with
- I 1
LAST BIG WEEK END OF ARNOLD'S
SLWin A Free 9-inch PORTABLE TV
Sii In Our Slogan Contest
SSlogansm RULES -
~' t- ., ,1"1. Slogans ust be five words or less. Example: "A-STORE
M FUL OL VALUES".
Z .L Participants must be married.
.3. Slogans must be submitted in writing between May 1
30LA. '4. Must be submitted in person at Arnold's Furnitureand
TV, 323 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe.
Al' 5. Contest will. be judged by three people not associated
S_ with Arnold's.
by RELLA WEXLER
The finest beach on -the Gulf
of Mexico is our own Mexico
Beach, which is at 'the eastern
end of the famed Miracle Strip.
The, community is a family-
oriented resort, with fun for
everyone; the swimming is safe,
and the white sands are inviting
for relaxation. The waters here.
are free from undertow, and
swimmers, water skiers, or skin
'divers have discovered the clear,
Fishing is fun from.the shore-
line, or the pier, or from a char-
"Miss Hospitality" recently
took a group of people from Ten--
nessee and Birmingham to an
-area 60 or 70 miles off shore and
they returned with a catch o0
1,600 pounds of snapper and
grouper. This is George Hol-
-There were many out of state
visitors to our beach. Quite a
number were employees from
the boy's school in Marianna,
and included Mrs. James Edward
and daughter, Nancy; Mrs. Mary
Lowery, Mrs. Opal Spence and
Mrs. Linda Bryant.
A special Council meeting was
called for Tuesday, the 25th, at
7:30 a.m. in reference to the
land which Morris Missler is in
the act of developing for a num--
ber of stores.
Mrs. A. B. Shipman, of Mem-
phis, Tenn., is visiting her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. W. 0. Cathey, Jr. She will
remain until, the graduation of
Mary Jane Cathey fronm Port St.
Joe High School on June 1. Two
of Mrs. Shipman's friends accom-
* panied her to Mexico Beach but
have already returned to Mem-
Joseph Elwartowski has open-
ed a' television and radio repair
shop. He will be happy to serve
residents of Mexico Beach, or
As of this writing,-voting on
the lighting referendum will
take place on Tuesday, Junie' 1,.
at the Town Hall. Hours are
from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Two fishing piers; offer fine
on-shore fishing sites for salt
water fishermen. We do not have
any fresh- water, but the nearby
Dead Lakes of Wewahitchka are
well-known for their .trout, bass
and a variety of pan fish.
An important and busy holi-
.day week end is coming up and
we again ask everyone to be
careful in driving, so they may
Arrive Alive after having their
days filled with fun and frolic.
Look for us again next Thurs-
d- nV _r coe -o
"ay, when The Star comes -to-
your home. -~ .
from 8:30 P.M til ?
.. :,. NO COVER CHARGE
Handsome headboard, double dresser
and mirror, steel bedframe, mattress,
Rectangular table with non-
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vinyl covered. chairs. In new
New low price oPr
Astounding low price for a quality
G-E Air Conditioner with this huge
capacity! Ideal for, multi-room
cooling and large living
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* "Silver Touch" 2-Speed
Ebony finish polystyrene
*Luggage Type Handle
184 Square Inch Viewing
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F -v -N %-A
St. Joe Beach
THURSbAV, MAY V, 101
", ", lpiqt ". lam
we wrAiL st. 3^ Ift
Orientation Meeting for Persons
Taking Art Course At Gulf Coast
An orientation meeting for per- high school graduates planning to
sons already enrolled or interest- enter Gulf Coast next fall, the
ed in enrolling in the Gulf 'Coast course, Art 200, is open to any in-
Community College sponsored art terested citizen.
course that features a two-week Leaving Panama City by air June
tour of Mexico will be held at 3:30 19, the group will fly to Merida,
p.m. Sunday in the art room of Oaxaca, Mexico City, Cuernavaco,
the Fine Arts Building. Taxco, Guanajuarto, and San Mi-
The tour is slated to be held guel Allende, all well-known for
June 19-July 3 and it will provide their archaeology ruins or collect-
three hours college credit, which ions of art.
can be used for teacher certifica- Persons interested in enrolling
tion or in meeting the humanities for the course are urged to con-
requirement at Gulf Coast, ac- tact Mrs. Lewis or to attend the
cording to Mrs: Louise Lewis, art 3:30 pm. meeting Sunday at Gulf
teacher i Coast. Detailed information on the
Although designed specifically course and tour will be provided
for college art students and senior at the meeting.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR -
S, PAN READY
Fresh Water CATFISH
May 26 through May 29
Quantity Rights Reserved
Summer Isles Sliced
Ga. Grade 'A' LABGE
Ga. Grade "A"
Specially Selected Piggly Wiggly Penny Pinchers
Hunt's -,- 20 Oz. Bottles
Ketchup. 3 bts. $1.00
All Flavors Hawaiian 46 Oz. Cans
Punch ----3 cans $1.00
$anitary Napkins Reg. or Super
Kotex box of 12 41c
HunVts Whole 16 oz. pcas
Tomatoes 5 cans $1.00
Parade WK or CS 303 cans
Corn -- 5 cans $1.00
Parade Cut 303 cans
Green Beans 5 cans $1.00
Parade 303 cans'
Peas 4 cans $1.00
Van Camp No. 300 Cans
Pork & Beans 6 cans $1.00
3 Oz. Cans Minute Maid Frozen
Lemonade 6 pak ctn. 99c
Cut Okra ----20 oz. bag 59c
BLUE BONNET Regular
Country Style Pattie 8 Oz.
Freezer Queen 5 of. bag
Boil In Bag Meats
Coastal 8 oz. pkgs.
Fish Sticks -- 3 pkgs. $1.00
.nd STAR. Pen St. Joe, Fla. 324 4
ill Grinds Maxwell House
Pound Can With $10.00 Order or More
F..resh Green Head
............. --------------------------- "... ----
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1971
Tenderized SHANK HALF
HAM lb. 49c
Picnics lb. 39c
SLAB BACON SPECIAL!
FIRST CUT SLAB ----lb. 33c
WHOLE SLAB l------b. 39c
SLICED SLAB------lb. 49c
PORK STEAKS --- b. 69c
The Veri-Best Produce
Crisp and Colorful
Salad Perfect, Fresh
Fresh Corn ear
Crisp and Crunchy
Idahoan 8 Oz. Bag
Inst. Potatoes bag
Discount Prices on all Health & Beauty Aids
Super Whitening Tooth Paste
White or Colors Bathroom
r--g mum inEy Al*)--bL umminm-q
' FREE 100 EXTRA I
I S & H GREEN STAMPS |
With $15.00 Order or More
Coupon good thru May 29 2
COMPARE AT 89c
Crystal White Liquid
For Dishes and Fine Fabrics
1/2Quars 6 9 c
Gillette Compare at $1.09
Right Guard Deodorant --- 4 oz. 77c
Mennen Compare and Save
Skin Bracer -----------4 4oz. 88c
Hard or Medium Adult Compare at 69c
Pepsodent Toothbrushes --- ea. 54c
Crystal or Gold Compare and Save
Jumbo Glasses -------4 for $1.00
Whiped, Pure Vegetable SNOWDRIFT
LARGE 42 OUNCE SIZE CAN
Crystal or Gold Compare and Save
Cooler Glasses ----- 6 for $1.00
Crystal or Gold Compare and Save
Beverage Glasses ------8 for $1.00
Gold Compare and Save
Glass Pitcher ------- 64 oz. size 79c
Crystal Compare and Save
Glass Pitcher --- 64 oz. size 79c
WJ --- The Total Pigglyy Wiggly Tape Adds Up to Savings! -
Piggly Wiggly Frozen Food Department Specials
Bluebird Frozen ORANGE a a
6 PAK CARTON ----
AGE T'EN' iTHESTAR, tPor St. Je, PI. 324" 6
Learning Office Procedure
These young ladies are taking
a course in secretarial- science
in Port St. Joe High School's Vo
national Educational program.
From left to right are: Cecelia
Strange, Carol Nance, Dolores
Simmons, Dolores Dickey, Val-
eria Dawson and Clara Whit-
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 7th (seventh) day of June, 1971
at 11:00 A.M., at the Gulf County Court House, Port St. Joe, State of
Florida, tax certificates will be sold on the following described land
to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, to-
: geth r with all costs of such 'sale and all advertising. 4t-5-13
Description S T R A Owner Taxes & Adv.
Whitfield Acres, 2nd Add. to Howard Creek
Block 1, Lot 8 Bob Holland ----- 6.19
.Block.A', Lot 2 Raymond E. Rhodes ..-- 81.06
Block, 6, Lot 9 -O. C. Dykes 10.96
Kentucky Landing Subdivision
Block 1, S. 75 ft. of Lot 2 --. Ewell H. Mills --------.. 25.94
Biock 1, Lot 5 'Sudduth Realty Co., Inc. 63.36
1 Acre per deed rec'd Bk
16, Pge 744 -----31 4 9 1 ,B & P, Inc. -- 63.54
Riverside Park Subdivision
Block 2, Lot '14 Jack T. McKinney 14.36
Chester May and
Block 5, Lot 10 Willie May 20,40
Douglas Landing Subdivision
Block 7, Lot 6 James L. Carpenter -- 32.06
SMidway Park Subdivision
Block 3, Lot 156 ft. E & W by 282 T
ft.N & S in SW cor. of Lot 2 __ Bessie King 26.61
Conm. atNE cor of NW2A
of NWU of Sec 23, Twp /
4S, Rge 10 W, run W a-
long 40 line for 170 ft, '
then S to Old Panama
Hwy being approx. 285
ft M/L; th run W along
N side qf said road for 40
ft+ th run N for 285 ft
M/L to the N line of said
40, th E for 40 ft to P.O.B.
This lot lies W of Holiness
Church lot and Annie ..
Mae Gregory &.having a
S40 ftfrontage on old Hwy, '
said lot lying & being in
Sec. '3, Twp 4S, Rge 10 Home Security /
SW 23 4 10 Corp. 55.87
Per deed rec'd ORB 4/206
a lot of land 40 ft on Old
Panama Road & running
back 285 ft to the N line
of NW% of NW% 23 4 10 Alfonzo Baker, Jr. 7.23
Block A, Lots 10-11 Henry. C. Dean --- 7,56
50 ft by 100 ft ORB' 1/ Mid-State Homes,
S904 23 4 10 Inc. 4.08
Per deed Rec'd Bk. 12/
592, less sold to George
W Yon & Jonathan Rouse
& S Huntley & Viola Hut-
chinson 23 4 10 1 Lee G Beck Estate 4.51
Rish's Add., Unit No. 1
Block 1, Lots 10-11 James Franklin Whitfield 79.51
Block 2, Lot 7 / Eugene Armstrong 42.21
Block 3, Lot 39 T R Muldowney -------- 17.33
Block 1, Lot 10 Mrs. Donald Strickland -- 11.12
Lot 50 ft X 100 ft ORB'
35/644. 26 4 10 Bryant Hand Et Tx 4.08
Lot 50 ft N & S x 97 ft
E & W Rec'd Bw 2/510 26 4 10 .22 Emmerson Addison 4.08
Block B, Lot 12 Minnie Ash & Elizah Quinn 6.19
Marie Williams &
Block B, Lot 19 Roosevelt Larry--- 4.08
Block B, Lots 20-21-23-24 --------David Williams ----- 11.63
Block E, Lot 15 Daisy Porter 3.48
Block E, Lot 14 Charles Arthur Dean .- 3.48
Block F, Lot 6 Albert Addison --- 29.33
Block F, Lots 16-17-18-19 --------Charles Baker ---------34.78
Block G, /Lot 3 Rebecca Willis Est. -------6.19
Block B, Lot 14 Home Security Corp. .. 47.02
Pine Ridge Subdivision
Block 1, Lot 1 0 C Williams ---- 27.70
Block 2, Lot 1 Jimmy L. Frazier ------ 9.04
Block 4, Lot 11 Emmerson Addison -- 9.04
Port St. Joe Beach Unit No. 1
Block 12, Lot 12 Blois Wade Nobles ------ 9.09
Lot 84, Blk 1, Ree'd Bk.
1/445 33 5 11 .36 Darrell Adams 1- 4.96
Beacon Hill Subdivision'
Block 21, Lots 1 & 3 Costa Vathis 10.47
Yon's Addition to Beacon Hill
Block 3, Lots 18-19-20 ---------0 C Dykes 25.74
Port St. Joe Beach Nnit No. 2
Block 24, Lot 15 Charles F. Anderson .- 11.85
Highland View Subdivision
Block A, Lots 4 & 5 Julia Burch Estate ------56.29
Block D, S% of Lot 5 George M Hunter, Jr. 13.24
St. Joe Heights Subdivision
Block B, Lot 25 Roy Simmons----------16.69
City of Port St. Joe
Block 11, Lot 16 less W 50 ft Robert L. Holland ------114.14
Block 15, Lot 6 'Miles K Hurlbut --------319.66
Block 15, N 21 ft by 90 ft
off Lot 14 & W 9 ft by 45
ft off Lot 14 & W 45 ft
of Lots 16, 18 and 20 Miles K. Hurlbut --------488.00
Ralph Swatts &
Block 25, Lots 1-3-5-7-9-11 -------Sammie Parker ----- 674.60
Block 31, Lots 2 & 4 & W
20 ft of Lot 6 & N 10 ft of
Lots 1 & 3 & N 10 ft of
W 20 ft of Lot 5 Miles K. Hurlbut, Jr. --1,428.78
Block 37, Lot 7 and E% of Lot 5 James Tankersly -- ----53.90
Block 42, Lot 13 Gordon Thomas --------202.72
Block 50, Lot 1 Bobby Lee Huckeba --. 45.04
Block 49, Lot 10 Robert L Holland ------30.87
Block 89, Lot 23 0 C Dykes 25.55
Block 1006, Lot 26 Jimmy L Frazier -------- 18.47
Block 1009, Lot 13 & W 23 ft of
Lot 15 Elijah Williams -------- 136.00
Block 1015; Lot 23 Willie Lee Borders ----- 36.18
Block 1017, Lot 13 Frazier Miller ---------- 53.90
Block 1017, Lot 15 Jaries Shackleford ----- 18.47
Block 1018, Lot 29 Roy Simmons ---------- 18.47
Cape San Bias Subdivision
Block 5, Lots 35 & 36 ---------William Baggs -- 14.63
HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON,
Tax Collector, Gulf County
field. Mrs. Linda Kent (standing)
is the instructor.
rich sections : f northeast and
northwest Flo ida. But whatever
the site, it al4 adds up to the same
thing; protection against hun-
gry tongues of flame, bent on de-
stroying vegetation, living crea-
tures, man-made structures. .
everything in their path.
The fireline is used as a fire sup-
pression tool, but it is also a fire
prevention device almost without
equal. For it can be considered the
"ounce" that is put, into operation
before a flickering flame can reach
the wildfire stage.
* UOldksmobiles, T-Birds, Pontiacs
Original equipment WHITEWALLS ADD *5.00
tires on many new I
1971 cars 3 w v s to h re
THURSIDAT, IRT ZloI~r
rURS WHAT WE DO:
1. Install new AC 2. Install new
spark plugs Delco points
3. Install new IS
4. Install new
Delco rotor [
5. Adjust timing
6. Adjust carburetor
7. Check generator & voltage regulator
Extra charge for cars with air cond.
3 ways to charge
by CHARLES REEVES
There is a word that keeps pop- Just what is a fireline? It's a
ping up more and more often in bare earth swath cut around a po-
the news... and.that word is "fire- tentially flammable area normally
line." by a crawler tractor pulling a spe-
How many times have you seen ial plow. This combination lays
a picture of, or read abve youth, Di-seen open six or eight foot wide slash in
a picture of, or read about, Di- the earth which is devoid of grass
vision of F ldtiy personnel en- and litter and consequently will
der to stop ado' ng wildfire? The not support combustion.
locale may havt een the wildlife- The fireline does not provide
filled EvergladQs, the populus Mi- perfect protection. Many times
ami, Ft. Myer., Orlanda, Tampa, winds will cause a "bridging of the
Jacksonville ar as, or the timber gap by picking' up sna bits of
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICEE --- 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
sage Specdiqt N STOP
Ihng all UCAR SERVICE
f AR ltHEADQUARTERS
CA"RS' All work done by
SSto0I ? skilled mechanics
Cham ion using top quality parts!
provides greaterpunct F. ure n a i ndi m ac AtO L |A|NUMEMICR U B
All compete to preDee Camp.FAST TIRE SERVICE!
a.das Jahown atfiratana Stores. Competitivey priced at Flr on. Dealer and atal11 service sttons displayingo iLjt rflone sion.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" SERVICE STATION
burning grass, moss, leaves orI CARD OF THANKS
other lightweight materials and express out de
depositing them on the downwind We wish to express out hdee
side of the line. Fortunately this apprecaton and thanks for the
is a relatively rare occurence, but many wonderful acts of kindness
it happens often enough to cause of the people of the Port St. Joe
apprehension in Division fire area during the recent death of
crews our husband and father.
o r I Your thoughtfulness during our
So, regardless of where you live, time of grief helped us to bear
and whether it is used for suppres-an otherwise unbearable situation
sion or prevention, the fireline is in our lives.
worthy of its designation as the
"front line" in the control of wild- THE FAMILY of
fire. J. W. GIBSON, Sr.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School ..... 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship ............--- 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship .-------...........-- 8:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
MW R Vei+ St. Jet. Pid. ff44 Pl u hE iL N Ot.Jo., Pa. 3464
State Rep. Vernon C. Hollo-
way of Miami, chairman of the
Subcommittee on transportation,
as rerncommended the adnnotinn
world, the problem of getting air
travelers to airports from out-
lying districts is difficult.
of a short take off and landing Our smaller communities are
transport plane .(STOL) which is not able to provide facilities for
capable of operating both inter- the larger planes and traffic.tie-
tpable a of operate both inter- ups between these 'towns and
city and intracity. ", the larger cities often cause pas-
While air travel facilities In sengers to miss their,flights.
.Florida's metropolitan areas are As the new type STOL aircraft
equal to those anywhere in the can take offanud land on short
Too Late o Classify
! By l.ua'fl Kay
Mohawk Boneless Cooked ,"Super-Right" Whole Should
Canned Hams.... 5 $4.19 Smoked Picnics
"Supe.r4ight" CENTER CUT "Super-Right" Western Beef
Pork Chops 99c Club Steaks .
"Super-Rlght" Whole or Rib Half Swift's Premium-
Pork Loins . 59c All Meat Franks
OurOwn i SE
Special Minute Maid Froz. Concentric
. "4 59c Orange Juice ..
Special! Frozen Cherry, Peach or App
3 al 55c Mortons Pies .
PEANUT BRITTLE 10 oz. 39c
Golden Rise Sweetmilk, or IButtermilk Special! T hrog ,
Biscuits .* 3* 19c L
Assorted Colors Bathroom Speciall All Flavors
Delsey Tissue 6 Ioi Pack 89c Frskies .
MAZOLA or MARGARINE
With go-.Ld. o Without
This 5 Coupon
Coupon 2 CT. 7 2/98c
Coupon good Through May 30, 197.
Maxwell House O PETHAIR
.COFFEE-J 4 C CmO rel FOR CLOTHES FOR UPHOLSTERY FOR SWEATERS FOR SUEDES
6-OZ. JAR .... 99.
--I. O^" I STAMPS wmInu.cOuSo isc.^.AllO STAMPS wl5 CO.OI A n u.C.A" a STAMPS
Lavrs. ,,. .09 ra Sarci Kealemn R on I COMPLETE SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED .*...o.
i LasCoupon good through Moy 30, 197a inealemon .d hroh My 1971 .
Coupon good through May 30, 191 oupon good through Mey 30, 1971 Coupon good throughh M.y 30, .. .... .:
SLI lI. MAW .! It battery trouble is
S ADVERTISEDON and reco end the
AS ADVERTISED ON finest -- fAPA bat-
I ^ niNAPA series. There simply
1~]~ i :Isn't a finer battery
7 made and we can
IA 7 O prove iL
Sn..o, ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
runways or grass, most any flor-.
ida community could provide
. adequate facilities for such ser-.
vice at low cost. If the Hollo-
way plan were adopted, we could
link -1bur smaller communities
with major airports. The STOL
required 1,500 foot runway is
well within the means of most
A spokesman for .the National
Department of Transportation
has stated that development of
the STOL, especially designed
for such shuttle service, could
provide 90 per cent of the ,na-
tion's communities' with air ser-
vice instead of the, present 10
Holloway explained that the
r ~ I
STOL is a new development in
commercial aviatln, At a recent
demonstration a Shawnee Air-
lines STOL transport made sev-
eral landings in 'ess than 300
feet from touch40wn to engine
shut-off. Take ofth were accom-
plished in less than 100 feet.
Not only could STOL serve
transportation needs throughout
the state, but it cpuld also pro-
vide service for I larger cities
from air terminal'to downtown
This means that passengers ar-
riving at airports such as Jack-
sonville, Tamnpa,' Miami or Or-
lando could quickly be shuttled
,downtown or to smaller nearby
.i-~ i I
treas at a lesser cost than th
conventional taxi service.
The STOL utilizes sleek bod
designs, with turbo-prop engine
mounted on high, overhead
wings. Currently, the seating ci
pacity is 19 passengers, but large
er planes are on the drawin
board. The ability of the plane t
climb and descend at steep an
gles also eliminates most of th
Holloway's suggestion is wor
thy of prompt and serious con
sideration, for such service i
badly needed today. And the pro
blem will become more acute in
basic Announces increase In Price
Ds CLEVELAND, OHIO, Basic Che- Basic Chemicals' products are
d micals division of Basic Incorporat- used in the agricultural, chemical
- ed, Cleveland, Ohio, today an- processing, plastics, rubber pro-
g- nounced a five percent price in- cessing, building products and elec.
g crease in standard grade Magox tric power industries, and in anti-
o produced at the company's Port St. pollution applications.
- Joe, Florida plant. The price
change, effective June 1, is attri-
e buted to increased labor, materials A
and transportation costs and the ,Legal A v
r- expense of improving the emolog
- at the company's plant site.
s Magnesium oxide products form- NOTICE TO RdCEIVE BIDS
ulated from the firm's natural de- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
f rmagesitetG abs Nea- that the Gulf County School Board
Sposit of magnesite at Gabbs,Neva- will receive sealed bids up until
n da are not affected, according to 9:00 A.M., EDT, on June 8, 1971
the announcement. for the purchase of the Washing-
'ton school site, including buildings
andequipment located on the fol-
lowing described property in Port
St. Joe, Florida, to-wit:
The land involved includes 11.64
Commence at the Southeast cor-
ner of the Southwest quarter of
Section 36, Township 7 South,
Range 11 West, Tallahassee Mer-
idian and run thence South 00-
07' East 188.5 feet along the Sec-
tion line, thence South 890-53'
West 30.0 feet to a point which
is the point of beginning; run
thence South 890-53' West- 810.0
feet,'thence North 00-07' west-
750.0 feet, thence North 89-53'
East 443.6 feet thence in a
Southeasterly direction along a
curve to the right, with a radius
of 1,282.49 feet, said line being
150.2 feet Southwesterly from
and parallelled to a center line
er (enter Slices Lb. 59) of the A.N.R.R. Belt Line Track,
S49c a distance 'of 848.9 feet to the
M. Lb. iI" point of beginning; lying and be-
Charcoal or ing in the Northeast Quarter of
$ 6 ^the Northwest Quarter of Sec-'
"i. $1.69 7 tion 1, Township 8 South, Range
S11 West, and in the Southeast
Quarter of the Southwest Quar-
.. .t 7er of aforesaid Section 36, and
K. 179c containing 3.42 acres, more or
less, in said Section 1, and 8.22,
acres more or less, ii6 said Sec-
tion 36, comprising an aggregate
of 11.64 acres, more or less.
The Board reserves the right to
accept or reject any or all bids.
It R. MARION CRAIG 4t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
h Fried CIRCUIT OF THE- STATE.
0-es. i OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
1s4. 9l GULF COUNTY
ad Fillets 1lb. Pkg. 694 CASE NO. 71-57
od Fllets 1-lb. Pg. 69) BIG BEND BROADCASTING COR-
: 59c PORATION, a Florida corporation
THOMAS M. DONALDSON and
S. ,. 49C ROY E. BRADFORD,
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: Roy E. Bradford
105 Kirton Street
SRome, Georgia 30161
The above named Defendant is
hereby notified that an action to
Grade "A". foreclose a security interest in all
Fla. or Ga. inventory, equipment, furniture,
Fresh furnishings, fixtures, appliances,
s u supplies, licenses, accessories,
K A parts and accessions now attached
S 9 to or used by Defendants in the
ga operation of radio station WJOE,
Port St. Joe; Florida, and' the lease-
hold interest of said Defendants in.
ated (12-or. Cans 2/89c) the premises occupied by said ra-.
ted (12-oz Cns 289) di station in Gulf County, Flor-
4 : 89C ida, and for appointment of a re-
C a Cns8 ceiver to take possession of and
le Special! to operate, control and manage
320-o$1z. 00 said radio station WJOE, and all
S Pkgs. .00 property 'sought to 'be foreclosed
against herein, and to receive all
income, commissions and profits
from the operation of said radio
station, has been filed against you,
30 19and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to said action upon the law
firm of Isler, Welch, Bryant, Smith,
Special! Higby & Brown Plaintiffs Attor-
s71' 1 neys, whose address is 434'Magno-
.* cl an .Uu lia Avenue Panama City, Florida,
32401, on or before June 11, 1971,
and file the original with the Clerk
of this court either before, service
upon Plaintiff's attorneys or im-
OILmediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
w, Complaint or Petition.
mor WITNESS my hand and the seal
9 .orderof this court on this 11th day of
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
^^^ IGulf County, Florida
SirBterDanger I I
What hot weather starts, cold
DUST, weather finishes bot extremes
RM CLOTHING, oaths, see us for a checkup of
Fandi UPHOLSTERY a' your starting and charging system.
and UPOLSR We'll find the real trouble, with.'
r out obligation.
r-rnr~i F lfFIW I %i/
Copeland's Pure / Cap'n. John's Frozen Frend
kSausage ... -6. k Fish Sticks
Sultana Quick Froe Cap'n. John's-Frozen. (C
TV DINNERS Ioz. pkg. 45c Perch Fillets.
Chef Boy-ar-dee (Sausgage or Pepperoni 14-oz. 89c) Quick Frozen "Greenland"
Cheese Pizzas .. 79c Turbot Fillets .
*! ..' .
OB~Bf tt& &W*
duty whenever you need us, we hope to make perma-
S' nent friends and customers for our tore. We plan tfo
be in business a good long time and therefore know
that your continued goodwill depends upon the extra
services we offer you.
For.the highest pharmaceucal standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
a alwas'#depend upon, bring our prescrlptior to
S OUR ( ) PHARMACY ,
;Buzzett s Drug Sto e
': '317 Williams Avenue Phone 227
Drive-In Window Service plentyy of; Free Paring -
pr -- j *
.6 Happyland Kindergqrteng in-
' er'the direction of Mrs. Charles
Brown and Mrs. Maxie Smith,
*' ill have Commencement Exer-
,isies Monday,' May 31 in the
Social Hall of the Fiist United
.Methodist Church at :8:00 pi.-m
. The theme'o the program will
ibe,,. "Odr Aterican ,Heritage".
The progrp* willl include the
Salute to- the .ag, Robert Wil-
s; Star ,,. l. apnner,'
Sey Ci ulppp.er; .d Psalm,
8cey Butler; "I Am the Na-
tion", Michael Malone and Pat-
rick Howard; The 37 Presidents
of the U. S., Jim Brown; The
States and Capitals., of the U. S.
Cathy Rish and Patrick Howard;
The Counties and County Seats
of the State of Florida, Robbite
Wahl and Erik Tomlinson.
State Representative William
Rish will hand out the diplomas
to the little graduates.
Florida booklets will be pre-
sented to Beth Presnell, 'Pam
Sanborn, Vicki Barlow, Vicki
Cannon, Karen Griffin, Trish
Tapper, Allison Costin,. 'Tony
Beard, Brad Bowen and Jim Nor-
' ;. .. ,
.',,P E '-S.ND.A ,- 10:., AM. 7.
SSpecials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, i
With $1000 Orler or More
12 C0nee Cans Concentrated
Old South Frozen ORANGE JUICE ------
No. 2 Can Sliced No. 2Y1 Can Showboat MIX OR MA'
PINEAPPLE or PORK and 'BEANS ._
Georgia Grade "A" China Doll
Large EGGS--- 2 doz. 99c Blackeye P
S & S Long Grain 'China Doll Lar
R iC EU 2 Ib. bag 29c tima Beans
TENDERIZED CURED SHANK POR
HAMS lb. 45c
Fresh Pork It's Outdoor Co
Spare Ribs -------lb. 59c Sirloin Stec
Fresh Center Cut Rib First Cut Sliced
Pork Chops -lb. 69c -_ b. 45c Slab Bacon
Fresh Ground Boneless
Hamburger----3 lbs. $1.59 .Sew Beef
Shoulder Boneless Brisket
Round Roast ---- lb. 9 Stew Beef
Semi Boneless Boneless
Rump Roast .----- 1., 89c Sirloin Tip
Blade Cut New York
Chuck Roast ------b. 57c Strip Steak
bor Ann ballet receives her scholarship award from Har. .BOB HEACOCK, Body Shop Manager
veyEnglish, Guid4re Counselor of Port St. JodZ igh School.
D orh Ah M.. le R p o LCome in and See Us Today or Call 227-3737
SDebr AIn MallettRecipipent oft. M
Scholars hip to Attend Frida State t.O O
.di- ,. ., Je M o Cmpany
..eborah Ann Mallett, daugh- ;y contributions from interested pihFone O22-373 QRD MERCURY 822 Monument Ave.
ter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mal-. individuals an -organizations.
lett;iis a recpient of a. Southern The schoh&*%hip is equivalentt.
Scholarship ,and 'Research Foun- to almost $1,106 per year. '.
ditlon, Inc., scholarship to F16r- .
ida State,,University in Tallahas- '. ... .R ,
* re urents, some ,of w hivl e .oi: A.J
are: Demonstrated outstanding
academic achievement by scor-' The Mexico Beach Town Coun- FOR SALE: Must sell ond; take FOR SALE: Natural mink stole. PIANO LESSONS:. Open for nev
ing 425 or higher on t'he Flrida cii met o special meen your pick.' 1968 Volkswagen, ra- 'Never worn. Will sell for half pupils starting June 14. .Contact
ing 42.5 or higher on the cilmet n specal meet di, heater--or 1966 Chevrolet Im- price. Call 227-7491. 2tp5-20 now, Mrs. Linda Long,. 1307 Palm
12th Grade Test; recommended Tuesday morning. The Council pala, air conditioner power steer- ---- --. Blvd. 229-3733. 4tc-5-27
'by school officials aid, commun- Adecided that the voting oh. a ing, push butt 'ra.io. ioth cas FQ ^ ALE .ason SoR SALE: Typewriter, reel and
ity leaders as having demonstrat- -street ligh'tingrefeendu sch m excellent codition. and r ds. c.. r, iter tape
forn it ns day un e- in .Either car..Tel. rods, clarinet, guitar, sereo tape
ed outstanding integrity and ci- duled for Tuesday, June 1 will o e 0 me FOR RENT: Unfurnished -2 bed- player, tape recorder, watches,
tizenship; have a strong desire not beheld. : o. Avenue 1 .. onume room clean house. .Laundry and cameras, S9e at McCormick's Pawn
to work for a college education; A further study will de storage room. Large shady yard. Shop 102 Fifth St., Highland
be willing to share,in the house- and the citizens will be advised FOR SALE: New 3 bedroom house after 5t00 ema. te-5-27 : "
hold, duties and reonsibiUities arin, f tr plans for the at St. Joe Beach. Call after 500 p.m. TRUETONE TV's under warranty
on which the .Fou action hous- project FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom down- 'no repaired no charge by Tom-
ing 'plan depends. A notion va 'also de .at he FOR SALE: Bell & Howell movie .stairs aparment. Close to town. linson Radio and TV. 't
,Peborah will resl4e in one of special. meeti g to icrese otfit Five months old Like 2166th StretCal 229-171. 2PFUR carpentry or roofiig
',he ous 'n red y the South Polie Dameetiueg.to in"remse tb nev-' Not cheap,, but reasonable. :id ds. call 229-1406, G A-ad. a
the.houseqwned y the South- Police Department to a two- Forore information call 229-4968 FOR'RENT: Newly decorated age this AlW6rk guarteed -
ern.. Scholathi. 'nd Research force., -"tie. Stp-5-13 "- b. ed mapartment- with* sp .. -
SFo "dt ., e 'ld Approval ws given, by b he FO ALE: Pool table, 44" x 7'. afte 00p diW. ho. phone 22 H EDon Hom Address-
'State .Uniersity; This Lentire. Council for Morris Misler to de- Cns comletp. Call 229-3206. tuffrs:' Fr details sd
scholarship program is funded velopMhis properties ipto a bui-. t Fc-5-13 FOR .ENTf Apartment at 510 8th self-addressed, stamped envelope
ness center. FO SALE 196 8 Camero See Street.: For information- call to: David Faulkner, P. 0. Boxk46
..- *' *_. -, .. '- Kiri ,ng. tfe-S-13 Jean Arnold at e48-4800. tfc-4-22 Key West, Florida' 33040. 4t. -13
S FOR" SALE: Furnished beach cot. FOR RENT: Trailer spaces. Water LISTER'S LANDING: Boats, bait
,****Si ,Jqit *0Je Beach. Call oa n con- furnished. Cable TV option, St. and cold, drinks. Now open un-
S,,U,-on' Ie N; .,.. .... J'acht, DeSotoSt.. Phone '64- der new management. James 3L
tact, Nqnis ams, Panama City, t1-l Adams. -5
S'"4 /I ..i* m (Continued From Page 1) 7885 F, B.. O.bx 10439. tfc-4,29 .__ R F ...p. O _, ... .'.... ,a '
-L mJanie Cathay, John i Christian, FO SALEi'..Nice home close to and trailer .swce. o,'s Wiaicoi frigeration repairs call 229-823.
k. Tim Coliworth, R ichad d tral air and heat tfc4 TREE SERV"IC:' T' take'd.ewn
Combs, Velmna Daniels, Valerie fen, tility house, and removed or tdiamed. Call
SDawson, Jimmie Demmings, Do.- wi Mmi 00 907 Long Ave., N iM,
Slres Dickey, Jim Dodson, n- Cafl -761 'alesday one 227-3491 or 227 tf SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. CaB
S .nie Dupee. day After 5 p.m. ca 2 P T or '.&.d-.ri.fiB. Phone 224987.
aydie s, Robbie Freemn, 29 RENT: 1 bedroom furnished Ph. P.
Charlotte Graham, Velma Hall, FO SALE: Nice 2 bedroom houe apartment, air conditioned. PROh. ESSIONAL HELP with emo.
-I, : .. .. I Elwanda Harcus, JoAnn Harris, on ,rner lots at White Cit. 2 2y.- y tional problems and/or concerns.
Drucilla Hend rson, James her- lots. 'hone 227-4436. tf-29 FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 6 Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
-s, Lanet icks,-Sheila Hum- ORSALE"2bedro house, block roomhouse. Very clean. Attic St. Joe, Florida 229-3621 or on
n rr pnrey, .enney,' cmarmine do rl -& automatic heat, fencedbac yar.Smith, Port St. Joe, Florida 22.
^ mt ', Kramer, No6rris Langston, Jimi ,.a --- Water furnished for lawn, nice ,541. tfc-418
S Lemieux, Mry- Alice Lowe, Klos neighbors Call 227-8536 afterA 55
S. kia Lowery, Donnie Maddox, :R, O FOR MN ... PO.--ALE-_7Chevrolet.
3 cans $1.00 Mike murphyy, Carol Nance, Al- tAttrae~'t Si FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished 2-'Oh N TRUCK
$..1 0 fred Nettlel, Dennis Norwood, Weewky house with carpeted den. House good rendition. New engine,
TCH EMI Joy Parker, Lynette Parrish, Jan Phono 229921 er and dryer Will consider rent- d bod
- .. cons 77c Billy Qun, Benny Sherrill, : Red brick ome. 6211 227-7636 after 5:00. tf5-20 B a se a IGA
Delores Simmons, Kenny Small, Garrison. 3 bedrooms, central WE HAVE IN STOCK plenty of cy- hn 229-4562
Cecilia Strhige, George Thom- air and heat. Can be seen by ap- press lumber, 2x4 to 2x12, nos.
eas 2 lb. bag 35c asj David "reace, Perky White, pointment. Phone 785-3511 or 783- 1 and 2. 1x4 through 1x12 mostly .
Brenda Weeks, Andy Wilkinson, Panama City. tc-3-11 no. 2. Pine lumber, paints, hard- F
". Do ...'ware -and appliances. PRIDGEONOR
S. Dorothy liams, George Wil- FOR SALE: ,Dining room suite, BULnIG SUpPLY, W wahiPtc
7 .-2 IIba 45C liams, andh Cra Wyatt. cheap. Stereo. Alsof.,rniture k P te&: AMBULANCE SERVIE
2-- 2. hag '.4c ams a' "dopra Wyat. refinising and repairs. Furniture_ SERVICE
built .t order. Picture frames. See j In Wewahitchka and
at shop 403 Madison St., Oak TOMLINSON RADIO & TV
L Grove; William Hall, 227-5906. Phone 229-6532 Port St. Joe
TION BUTT PORTION Corner First St. and Reid Ave.
S. I "V' FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with --- CALL.-
,Sportscraft boat and trailer. See Color and B&W TV Repairs
at Stafford's Grocery, White City. Antenna Repairs Comforter Funeral Home
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S FOR SALE or TRADE: A new mo- 227-3511
,oking Timl. C.0 J1RT, IN AND FOR dern cottage, floor surface 20x THE COTTAGE SHOPPE,. your lo- -
oking Time G COUNTY, FLORIDA. 41. A beautiful landscaped lot 40x cal dealer for PHENTEX YAR
ak b. $1.09 IN RE: .thte of 150. See it at 416 1st St., Highland has a large selection of yarn for Eteredge
_LESTER-- N, View, in front of boat basin. 4tp5.6 C. P. e
lrl T A TO CREDITORS FOR SALE: Calladium bulbs by have many gift items at the 18 Third Stret
ib 3 TO; All itors and an persons Port St. Joe Garden Club. See COVfAGE SHOPPE d and whit Port St. Joe, PFla.
39cha; aims or demand s at home of Mrs. K. Bateman,. Phone building on Hway 98, Beacon Hil.lbing and
a90 said estate OF F '
YOU`" EACH OF YOU, ARE FOR SALE: Used Frigidaire re- RAY'S TRIM SHOP Elecrical Contractor
Ib. 8c QUR OTe AND R frigerator. For information call Complete Upholstery Service Call 2294986 for Pree Estimate
SQUIRE o 'resent any claims and 227-4491 after 4 p.m. Itc "We aim to please you
demands! wiich you or either of. "We aim to pleas RA -Regular convoctin on St.
you may 8we against the Estate FOR SALE: 3 bedroom brick house Every Time" oseph ChapterNo. 56, R.A.M.n St.
----- Ib. 39c of Lester ;, en, deceased, late of with large den, carpet, 2 baths. 602 Garrison A e. stand rd Mondatys, 8 pa.mA
Gulf C Florida, to the Hon- 1014 Garrison Ave. Call 229-5000 Phone 2 32 viitng companions, welcome
orable P. Husband, County days, 229-6300 after 5:00. tfc-5-6 JOSEPH PIPPIN, H. P.
Steak lb. $1fJudge f County, Florida, and FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call H. T. WEST, Secretary
Steak 1b. $ .1 ile thl, e in his office in the Your SHERWIN WILLIAMS Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Couny' house in Gulf Coun- PA'NT Dealer in Port St Joe Guarantee on labor and materials. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114,
ty, Fl i thin six (6) calendar Low down payment. Phone 227- THE AMERICAN LEGION. meet.
Ib $1 79 monthlf the date of the first 7972. i.L second ard fourth Tuesday
------- publ o hereof. Said claims or night. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
demans, contain the legal ad- LADIES Home.
s std d claimant and to be I mow serviciag wigs and THERE WILL BE a regular com
said a ition to the requ d hair pieces in my home. I munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
E .Y a tEL MAE ALLEN, HURLBUT FURNITURE WIS FOR SALE
r' A ministratrix I and APPLIANCES CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
HIGHLAND VIEW ROBERT MOORE I 806 Reid Ave. 9.24 JANICE STOKES tfc CARLES RL. JOL 'y W.
318 "Reid Avenue 4t-5-27 PERY J. McPABLA Se
I;Port, St ,J, -orida
Auto Painting Special
Get Your Car All Slicked Up for Vacation Time With These Savings
Free Engine Compartment
Cleaning and Refinishing
with This Deal!
(*) Plus Material and Tax
mm I I"_
COMPLETE 1-COLOR PAINT JOB
'IN DELUXE ACRYLIC ENAMEL