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.Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the aihicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAYY, JULY 15, 1971
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Register to vte
0 ulf '&ount.$iipervisor of
Elections, Mrs. Dessie Lee
SPirker,. 'said ta+t !8 to 21
ylr.:olds may now. register
St vote in county as Well'as
n tional elections, and should
Sd so as soorf as possible. .
rs. Parker said about two
dce ms in this age group 'are
S. rrently. registered -to vote
'. federal elections.. They
a ve now. become eligible t o
v in state and county ele-
7ti ft since Aliablima and Ohio
Sified leir votes- to become:
-37th- and 3 th "states. o
i t nations 50 to appve the
Constitutional Ame ndment
allowing 18 to'21 year olds
4 tvote.. -
The two states.ratification:
f fe Amendment gave the
-%ncessary two-thirds to. make
he vote nationwide as"acopt-
SS by the U. S. Congress.
Mrs. Parker said:those reg-
Istered' to vote in' national.
elections may change their
special cards for. regular .reg-
istration cards in .her office.
Those living in the Wewa-,
hitchka area ;may register
with" Mrs. C. W. Norton at
Norton's Florist in Wewa-:
"'The county books will be
open until October 2 for 18
#21 year olds to register.
F 1y Faced
Gulf County will be faced
-withe expense of a 'dew trial 1
fo Freddie Lee Pitts and Wil-
bert Lee, Clerk of the- Court
"George Y. Core told/ the Gulf
County Commissioi at their-
AThe trial will mean consider-
able expense to the counts%,
Core said, "and there's -no w
of telling how much.'" He alert-
ed the' Board to the fact 'th't
attorneys for th d two iegvobs,
had requested t court to' re-
quire the c,6unty'; also pay' fr
the 'defendant's xpens. which
have already run to dmye than
Core said that in preparing
a rough draft of the 19~ 'bud--
get, he hlias' included O6 Q000?fo -
trial expenses. "If we have" to-
pay the expensess' of Pitfa- and'
Lee, it ,will. rnm much'. morep
pore warned the board-.'
Chief rDeputy Sheriff" H. T.
Dean.said- the Sheriff's, Depart-
ment will also have sohmie extra
expenses in connection-with the
trial and said these extra ex-
penses were already running' in
the neighborhood of $500 to"
$600 a month?
William J. Rish, attorney for
the Board, said 'the State of
Florida would bear some of the
expenses involved in the trial.
All Bids Too High
For New Pest
S v Qv 75,yohg.-an.nglers turned out Tuesday morning for the
week-long fishing rodeo being held 'inlorrest Park --in connectiond
with the Summer Recreation Program.
Reports are that ffhe participation in the Rodeo grew as the
' day prog'ihaedi First, '*cond and third prizes are being offered
J for the la' est 'ot each species fish caught.
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In the photo abov6 Mike' Blackburn, Mark Moore, Greg Cha-
son,.Greg Cloud'(behind Chason) and Bebo Mclnnis give their full
attention to fishing off the 'culvert at Eighth Street near the
STAC House. Note* the hand-sized shellcracker hanging from Mc-
Innis' belt. -
. The Ci A of Port Sti Jqe1 offi-
cially expressed its thanks to
.Congressi an Bob Sik tl)ugh
a, resoludon for his):effits in
Securing a government loIn for
'tee St. Joseph Bay Country Club
"Jhre (n Port St. Joe. The money
. fll be used to construct a coun-
'try club, and golf course two
miles Sdoth of Port St. Joe.
" The. resolution said, in part:
."the citizens of this area-are in-
debted to Congressman Sikes for.
-'his untiring- and diligent efforts
in helping to obtain the funds
for :St: Joseph's Bay Country
Club for" an- outstanding recrea-
When it appeared the Club
.wotild be turned-down for the
'loan, because some of the past
loans' made for golf courses had
gonh into default, Congressnian
Sikes. intervened with FHA offi-
cials and was instrumental in
seeing'that the loan was grant-
It ;was a 'short session Tues-
day night with adjournment
coming at 8:30, only 30 minutes
afier the meeting started.
In the short meeting the Board
approved .,a bill from Florida
Power Corporation for materials
and installation of lights on the,
new Dixie Youth baseball field
in "the- amount of $1,527.81.
Approval was given to the St.
,Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company to place a telephone
booth,at the corner of Reid Ave-
nue and' Third; Street.
A letter was received by the
Board Tuesday night from the
Gulf County School Board offer-
ing to sell the old Washington
High School site to the City for
$30,556.10. The figuree is the cost
of water 'and sewer services run
to! the new Port St. Joe High
The School Board still owes
$23,347.71 of this amount and
the City had offered to cancel
the debt 'for the property. The
School Board Wants to 'recover
the $7,208.39 they have already
paid on the installation.
The School Board, in their let-
ter described the site as being
'11 acres of real estate contain-
ing buildings valued at $250,-
The Commission will study the
COuntry Club Opens Two
Month Membership Drive
St. Joseph Bay Country Club
is .beginning a two and a half
month long membership drive
this week, in an effort to build.
up even more supporting mem-
bers for-the new country club
complex which will be ready for
use by next summer.
President Bob Freeman said
none of the .original -310 mem-
bers asked for their membership
payments back during the long
negotiations for a construction The club is offering the mem-
loan wtih the Farmers Home Ad- berships at the original $125.00
ministration, but he said a few qualification fee through Octo-
m sa, eb her 1 after which the original
members.have moved away and fee will be increased.
their initiation fee was return- Monthly dues, which will be-
ed. gin when the country club is
Freeman also said he felt usable will be $15.00 per month.
there are- several who wanted Those wishing to join should
to join, but wanted to wait and contact any member of the mem-
see if the facility was going to bership committee: Dave May,
become a reality before putting A. P, "Bob" Jackson, George
up their money. Small and Tom Knox.
offer before giving their answer.
The City wants the site to de-.
velop a recreation complex.,
Clerk Charles Brock remind-
ed the Board that most of the
awning type windows ,in the
STAC House are inoperable' andl
they! need replacing.
Brock was directed by Mayor
Frank 'Pate' to secure some pri-
ces on. -windows for- the build-.
ing so that replacement costs.
could be included iiihext 'year's
budget which takes effect' on
"October 1. *
Items delayed for the Board's
next meeting- Tuesday. night- in-
cluded discussion of'the Florida
'Power Corporation electric fran-
chise and first reading of an or-
dinance relating to a police of-.
ficers retirement fund.
Ray Likely, 28, is being held in
Gulf County jail charged with
first degree murder'after a Fri-
day night shooting in front of
Quinn's Tavern on Main Street.
Chief Deputy H. T. Dean says
Likely is charged with the mur-
der of Calvin Baxter, 28.
According to Dean, Likely and
Baxter were embroiled in an ar-
gument in the tavern when
Likely left the building and went
to his car to get a gun. Baxter
followed Likely and met him at
the door as Likely was return-
ing to the tavern.' Dean said
Likely shot Baxter one time
through the heart with.a 25 cali-
ber automatic. Baxtrer was pro-
nounced dead on arrival at Mu-
Church of Christ
A series of, meetings-will be
held at the Church of Christ IQ-
cated at Marvin Avenue anid
Twentieth Streets July .18 thru
July 23, according to the- Minis-
ter ,of. the. church, Virgil L.
'The County's attempt to build
a new home for the Pest Control
Department m.et a sizeable
stumbling block ; Tuesday when
'all four of the bids received for
construction of the building,
wear-twice as much,. as the coun-
ty's estimate. ,
Kolmetz Construction Com-
pany was low bidder for the me-
tal building at $79,470.. The high'
bid was $85,179, with the other
three bids in between. -
Commission Chairman Silas
Player told. the. bidding repre-
sentatives present the County
was taken by surprise as they
had been told the building'
would cost in the. neighborhood
Commissioner Walter Graham
suggested that 'the Board hold;.
the bids' for a few'days and do
some thinking. ."We need the
building", he observed, "because
we have to get out of the one
we're in and I'm satisfied we
have ,received fair bids".
The Board agreed to study the
bids until their next meeting.
Port. St. Joe-Gulf._ County
Chamber of Commerce President,
Wesley Thompson presented.
four questions to the Commis-
sion -from the Chamber Board
Thompson asked the Commis-
gsiov. for funds for advertising as
was tentatively promised at the,
first of the budget year. The
Board said finances were close
-now and the Board would rather
'wait intil 'later' in their budget
year-to see if funds were avail-
Thompson also posed the
Sqdustion ofi se4back lines for-
buildfng on0 thei.beach. He said
the Chamber was concerned by
construction of houses on the
-narrow- strip of' land between
Highway 98 and the beach.
Attorney William J. Rish said
the State Legislature has given
the county some power in this
Area, !but it was not in effect as
Thompson then asked about
the county's position in' relocat-
ing and 4-laning U. S. 98, hnot-
ing that the opening; of Walt
Disney World was going! to .in-
crease traffic through' this area,
The -Board 'told ThompIpon as
far as they knew, there''Were no
state plans at present to 4-lane,
The Board expressed the opin-
ion that in the advent this mat-
-ter came to life, public hear-
ings should be -held locally, and
on the beach beforethe high-
way is re-located.
Thompsois last request from
the' Chamber was the status of
creating an airport in the Port
St. Joe area.
Chairman Player told Thomp-
son that it was their understand-
ing lanA was' going to be made
available for an airport, but the
Board is going to let some spe-
cifications and projected 'future
needs for an airport before they
Clerk -Core was instructed to
write the state Department of
Transportation ot begin compil-
ing airport information.
To Honor Pastor
Sunday afternoon, July 18, the
First Baptist Church family is
honoring its pastor, Rev. C. By-
ron Smith and his family on the
eve of their departure to .an-
other field of service.;,
Since, for over 16 years, Rev.
Smith has served faithfully as
pastor of the First Baptist
Church arind since his concern
and interest has extended into
this entire area, a cordial invi-
tation is being "extended to
everyone to come by the social
"hall of the church between two
and four o'clock in the after-
noon Sunday to extend their best
wishes to Rev. Smith in his new
field of service.
Papers Filed for
Guest speaker for. the special
services, will be James Bridges,
Minister of the Pleasant Valley
'congregation near Florence, Ala-
Week day services will be held
at 8:00 p.m. each- evening. Sun-
day services will be held at
10:00 a.m., for Bible study; 11:00
a.m. for morning worship and
evening services at 6:00 p.m.
The church extends a warm
.welcome to everyone to hear the
messages of Mr. Bridges.
In Hospital Charges
Miss Minerva McLane, admin-
istrator for Municipal Hospital,
announced this week a change
in room charges at the hospital.
The changes will become effec-
tive August 1.
Semi-private room rates will
be $28.00 per day. Private, rooms
will be $32.00 and $34.00. Deliv-
ery room charge will be $35.00
and nursery charges $15.00 per
. Commissioner Rudy Pippin re-
vived discussion corning the
planned Oak Grove and White
City water and sewer systepis
Tuesday at the regular meeting'
of the Gulf County Commission.
Discussion of htese two systems
has been lacking during the pat
.Pippin asked engineer Max W.
Kilbourn to tell the Board where
these systems now stood.
Kilbourn replied that applica-
tions had been filed for federal
financing and the matters had
progressed as far as they could
until it is known how much fi-
nancing is going to be available.
"We have done everything we
can until this matter is resolved"
Attorney Rish explained the
new financing program for the
county from State road funds.
A meeting is scheduled for July
22 at 1:00 p.m. for a Department
of Transportation official to
fully explain the county's posi-
Clerk Core announced that
a special meeting had been
scheduled for Friday, July 23 at
7:30 for a public hearing on the
closing of a portion of the Sauls
Creek Road. The Board decided
to also hold their regular July
27 meeting on July 23.
Commissioner Kennedy said
recent legislation would divide
the eighth cent of the gasoline
tax to the cities and counties,
giving the cities 63% and the
counties 37%. Last year's in-
come to the county from a cent
of gasoline taxes amounted to
Rish asked for permission
to bargain with the Courthouse
contractor for final payment on
the.building to prevent the mat-
ter from going before a profes-
sional arbitrator. The county 'has
held back $8,000 until certain
items were corrected.
Attorney 'Rish told Clerk
Core the County must pay hos-
pital and nursing home bills of
county indigents. He said the
county is responsible for 25% of
the costs. Core said these costs
ran up to $1,282 last month
alone and were not included in
the present budget. Rish said
the county can count on provid-
ing an additional $7,500 for this
purpose in the new budget.
C. E.- Daniell, Pest Control
Director reported he had receiv-
ed a report from the State Board
of Health regarding 'breeding of
dog flies along the St. Joe Pa-
per Company canal. Daniell and
Chairman Player were designat-
ed to work out a plan with the
firm to eliminate the grass breed-
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THE STAR, ftr St. Jo, Pkorid.
THURSDAY JULY 15, 1971
When' Charlep Barlett and wt $p wrote an
article in the Satur r Eve n ,P6sft some years ago,
they referred briefly to somethingg 'tat-had been said at
a meeting of the National Security Council. The reference
was condemned byT'1he New York Times as a "breach of
security." Blasted' e Times: .I-The secrecy of e df the
highest organs-of t -United-Stat. has e ly'
breached." Sputtered the Times in its blistering editorial:
f'The integrity of tl Natioflal Security Council ... i at 4
stake," .'. o
The article contained not a word from any NSC paper
Sor from any other; secret docentt: Unknown -to she
Simes, it had been cleared by the President himself. YetJ
the Ti~mes asked 'indignantly: 1'How, can there be' ,aiy.
real freedom of discussion or of dissent .-. pbes no one
in'Washington recall the McCarthy era ... The vpjriousI
positions. of the n'*embers of the, NSC taken during delib-
'era p must remain secret T. .he.:dvid receivyi by
the President, is at stake." ,
Alsopg in his; Newsweek column (Jiine 28) surmised
that the Times was against his article, because 'it showed
Adlai Stevensqn, ,a Times .heio, in a dubious light. On
the other hand the Times liked the Pentagon expose,
said Alsop, because it helped undermine our defense of j
Southeast Asia, something the Times has long been' trying
'to undermine. queried Alsop caustically: Is it not the
t .,, I- .
8 BS' television n etW4rk nd'its leader, Dr. Frank
Stanton are in trbubl, with the government of the United
States for its method in compiling. their now infamous
program: "The Selling of the Pentagon". The crux of
.CBS' problem lies in the fact t1hat Congressmen, notably.
Cong, Hdrley Staggers of the House Commerce 'Coimittee,
have" found out that CBS rigged questions apd answers'
on the program, electronically, to elicit the, answer they
"wanted fom a question posed. 'In other words, the an-
swer received was not' necessarilyy the'one received'-from
the question posed. Congressman Staggers claims that
S BS' has taken answers from other questions and. ub-
Sbed them in on tape to an entirely different question with-
out pointing out this fact in the program. ,
Congressman Staggers claims thisis "rigging" news
reporting and says: "This is-the most.powerful media we
have in America today and you. talk about 'chilling' ef-
fect' Where there is untruth put, over these net-
works, they can control this land, and you know.,they
can."; His remarks were directed at, Dr. Stanton. ,
SStanton defended his network by saying: "All this
boils down to is one central and" vital question: is this
country going to continue to have a free press, or is in-
)n The View ,
Times position tat if the Times'does the informing, it
in the national interest, but if somebody elie does it,
is a "breach of Security."
Concerning ie--handling of the, Pentagon paper
Newsweek pointed out that the over, all digest by t
Times "was dishonest-one -distorted and* biased side
the picture; And all the- circumstances surrounding .I
leak came close to treason. The danger now is ti
4Preident Nixon Fill be pressured to get: but of yietn.
before achieving the main objective- tting South Vi
nam in shape to protect itself."
Many careful readers of the Times .have long si.
come 'to the conclusion that the Times wants nothi
more than to- see the United States defeated in Vietn
and surrounding countries., Commenting on this, vi
Herman Dinsmore h s stated that the f'imes has tr
for 4Q years to weaken the United States. in relation
'ie-Soviet Union.. '
After working with the Times for 34 years, and af
,serving for years as the editor of the' International E
tion, Dinsmore is convinced the,Times.- hopes to see t
Communist ,World apd the Free World unite together
a "coalition". 'The Times has made it clear, he said, ti
it never wants to see risk of a iiuclea' war "unless it
in defense of Israel". The Tithes 'apparently has no oti
direct censorship to be imposed-,upo6 it? The issue is
simple as that." Stanton tried to whitewash his charge
rigging by waving the 'Constitutional flag.
Naturally, this nation wishes to' maintain its freed
of, speed, and probably no area. wishes to maintain'
right more isO than the-press -' of which television i
part; This freedom of speechess not a one way street ho
ever It was giiaranteed on the premise that the pri
would be the one group which would jealously kuard t
right by staying with the truth. The Constitution gu
antees this right in order that the press might not f
from governmental reprisals for printing the truth ;d
ing those instances when tlhe truth rnay be unpleasant
Along with this privilege comes a responsibility;
responsibility to report events as they happen and
rig the reporting to show an entirely different set of
,cumstahnces suh as CBS is charged with doing. We
deliberate mis-use of a right as far more dangerous t
any attempt td destroy that right. .We believe CBS
the New York Times should both sit down and mull o
that responsibility for a while.
Have You Looked
At Your Earnings?
Have you ever checked with
your social security office to be
sure that all of your earnings have
been reported by your employer? )
David P. Robinson, Social Security
Field Representative for Gulf
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by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
C County says ta --it' s a g.u .. i
to check your record from time to After all that bait we sent out on tomatoes, we re-
,time to make sure your earnings ceived only one batch of fresh tomatoes.
Sis have been reported correctly. This Mrs. "Buck Drmany brought in a sackful of the
t is., especially truo tI you:change Mrs..._nybrought in 'a sackful of the
t jobs frequently. large type her husband has been alleged to grow-, in order
Robinson went on to say that to prove the fact.. She proved it with three big red ripe
ers, you can call the social security tomatoes which weighed three pounAT and'one ounce.
the 'office and ask for a post card form The tomatoes were 11 inches, 11% inches' and 12% in-
of tosend to the SocialSecrity Ad. ches around.. proving that his claimn to fame of tomato
ministration headquarters 'in Bat- 1.., 11 I
hat timore,1 Maryland, to make sure growin,'i true' .
nat your earnings have all been re- Mrs. Dormany also brought along five yellow toma-
am ported. toes as sort of a dessert.-
iet- Your emplOyer is required to
give yo fr show'in th .- Now, ifI 'could just get a line on someone raising
ce amount of your% earnings that some fine beef cows, so maybe I could wangle a hind quar-
nee count for social security. Hle does.' ter or so,..
This at the ,end of each year. These :
am receipts, usually a Form W2, can I received a printed piece of paper in the mail'the
ew help you in case there is an, error
d in the amount of.rnings. report- other day headed up:."No Wonder Were Broke!. The
to^ e4 on your social security record. text on the paper went on to say: "Here is the tragic list
You should also keep a record of of 138 billion dollars this country has been giving or "loan-
self-employment income you have ing" Lto foreign .countries, .1946 through 1969 (even
er erecipotes yon s ed our re ds higher today). We-have a borrowed billions so we could
.i Rob nson stated f your records give them faway-the interest alone on our debt is now
in th .earnings-you receive, get in In the billions of dollars every year! And we are still
touch with the social security of- 'borrowing more to give more away".
at fice promptly so that any differ-
is ences can:' be cleared .up. Bring Then the article listed all the countries we have loan-
her the receipts your employer gave ed money to with the amount printed alongside. Great
,'you or any other proof you have Britian came in for the largest chunk of money, receiving
of the earnings not shown on the '$9.697 billion. 'France 'was next with. $9.416 billion., Sur-
statement. prisingly, India was thirdwith $8,247 billion, followed by
The time in which corrections Koe was-.wi.h. $,4, 7...b ibio f e
can, be made is limited by law. Korea wth $7,829 bilon. "
Unlesis you report an error within- Even East Germany'was-aa recipient of Uncle Sah's
3 years, 3 months, and 15 days af- ,I" I" ", aziianI"
ter the period covered by the, re- largess, receiving $800,000. Swaziland received $700,000
port, correction "of the error may and,Barbados received the least amount amount of money
not be possible. at $100,000. \
Remember, call your social se-
as- curity office to request,'the post It is interesting to note that of 143 nations recefing
ged card form to check on your earn- loans from the United States, only one-the Republic of
wings or to report that yourfrecords South Africa--has repaid their loan in fll with interest.
S do not agree with the statement. Some other countries have paid some interest and prin-
1om Residents of the Port st Joe area cipal amounting to 18% billion repaid of the '$138,928,500
this should dial, "0" and ask for W- p- bo of the
is a' which was loaned. -
oa a, 4oi4 n h r B c aoun .. p. t a -
'All D4isCo0ve riesI Not Accidents
-i Sidney J' Harris is probably what one would des- by accident. But one must consider, that the discovery
cribe as "a thinking man's. thinker": 'Harris' is forever' of penieillin. came at a time when doctor's didn't even
picking an idea in his coflum, exploring avenues many..' realize that a substance could be found which would kill
have, not thought of before. He covers the waterfront, aninfection 'in the 'human body. There was some experi-
from the cause of baldness to whether or not the Queen .ientatioh going on with sulfa 'at the time, but even it
', England;shild get a.raise in s ala. '., was primarily used 'd:i wounds, surgical incisions and
; The other day Harris camp up. with a thought, .the such., .
exploring of which,, we think, put him. off-base with the When scientists know' what they want, they. have
for,'the, Federal Government to finance cancer research. for polio as a neutralizer of Harris' example of the pen-
The writer gives as his reasoning that most every other icillin discovery. This discovery came as a concerted
great benefit to mankind which has been discovered, was 'effort to discover a cure and prevention for the dreaded
due to accident and resulted as. a by-product of. a search crippler.' '
.for something 'else.'.Harris .used. as his prime; example Scientists know something causes .cancer, and if they
the discovery of penicillin, which was, indeed, discovered are provided the resources, and the time, they will come
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williaml Avenue, Port St8 Joe., Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company ,
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint, Department
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'- PORT ST.-JOE, FLOBIDA 32456
Entered do sepond-elass matter, December 19. 1987. at the Postoffloe. Port t. Joe.
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'OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omminions In advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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The spoken word Is gfven scast attention; the printed word 1s thoughtfuly
weighed. The spoken word barely assert.; the printed wor thoroughly oon-
noes. Thd spoken word is lost; the printed word remains..
up witn the substance that wm combat it, because they
know what their goal is.
And, who knows, while searching 'for the cancer cure
many other great benefits, for mankind may "spin off"
the search as accidental discoveries 'since Mr. Harris is
right, to an extent; some of man's greatest benefits are,
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
The Florida Tile, Marble and
Terrazzo Institute, a non-profit
organization formed to promote
higher standards in the surfac-
ing professions and use of bet-
ter products of tile and stone is
taking, issue with the manu-
facturers of fiber glass tub and
Dennis Murphy, president of
the Institute, stated that the
synthetic units are a potential
"fire hazard" and "will wear a -
way, crack and generally disap-
' point the housewife who must
live with them."
Backed by several newspaper
accounts of massive, intense fi-
ber glass fires .qgun in the new
bathtubs in California, the -cera-
mic tile group believes addition- .
al legislation, through tighter
building and fire codes is neces-
sary to protect' the 'consumer.
"Someone should -play the
Ralph Nadlar role," said D6n
Mariutte, secretary-treasurer of
the, group. "We seem to be
equipped to understand the pro-
blem of fiber glass tubs and to
offqr the solution." .
In addition to the newspaper
rep6tts, .the Institute further
cites articles and reports in. pro-
fessional magazines such. 'as
Fire Engineering, Builder Maga-
zine, Chicago's Real Estate Ad-
vertiser and Flooking Magazine.
All of the articles referred to
were aimed at professionals in
their respective, fields with the
intentioA of informing them of
the fire danger in the artificially
produced bathroom facilities.'
The other aspect of the Insti-
tute's charge, concerning wear
and homeowner's satisfaction is
based upon a pertinent report
by an independent survey com-
pany in Phoenix, Arizona. The
marketing research showed' a
marked loss of finish, cracking
and scratching and chipping in
I In the 1970 study which re-
tracted an earlier 1963 survey'
for a comparison of opinion, only
S7 per cent of the housewives in-
terviewed said they would buy
the same type of tub 'again (fiber
glass). In the original study 38
per cent said they would buy
the same type tub again.
Eighty-five per cent said they
would definitely NOT buy fiber
glass again in the 1970 survey
while 57 per cent held that opin-
ion in the 1963 report.
Of all people interviewed,
over half hqd lived in their
homes for Mnore than five years.
Many bought their homes as ori-
ginal owners in the new devel-
Mariutte said that "many peo-
ple may be attracted to the syn.
thetic units because of the price
which they believe to be chea-
per than ceramic tile units with
its labor costs. Actually ceramic
tile is competitive in price and
won't ever have to be replaced.
That's the best advantage over
the fiber glass tubs and show-
"Cleaning the fiber glass units
requires non-abrasive cleaners.
Warning tags are often removed
and purchasers are unaware of
the damage that may occur if
harsh cleaners are used. Use of
a powder cleanser will usually
destroy the finish," Murphy said.
';. Isee where the Senate committee on finance' has al-
ready started work on next year's state budget.. The
word is that all departments will have to make do with
the same ;amount orI less 'noney than they received this
year, because there will be no tax increases next year.
Since next year is an election year, 6his 'move is about as
obvious as a .wart on the 'end of your nose. I wonder if
the members of the Legislature think the people are so
niave they will not remember' the extra taxes levied this
During this year, the big city press made much over
the passing of the "Pork Choppers", but personally, look-
ing at the performance of the Legislature and. its fund-
ing activities, I can't, see alwhit'of difference between the
"Pork Choppers". and the "Fruit Pickers"., It's all just
.a matter of who is getting the benefits..
PORT ST. JOE
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Corner. of Long Avenue and Niles Road
REV. ROY SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 ALM.
MORNING WORSHIP, 11:00 AM.
N Y P S 6:0 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY PRAYER SERVICE ---- :30 P.M.
"Come and Grow With Us"
Your Social Security Check Is
WITH ANY PURCHASE WE WILL:
1. Cash your check
2. Give you $5.00 extra
3. Allow you a 10% discount
Offer Good Through July Only
& MAt LOU no IU
Camalete Home Furnishings... FURNITURE CO
THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971 fAGE THREB
( o COUNTY EXTENSION DIRECT UOR
(Florida Oooperative ft etio e of the TnItw
e~t of Florida and Of OMaty Bpar of 0Conty c" m
The' Chipley Beef D'emonstra- ested in any of t
tion Farm (formerly the West Flor- program will be
ida Dairy Unit) is being converted teresting. I urge
into an Extension Service operated at all possible.
facile for de' onsratig profita-. I plan to attend this meeting. I
ble forage and lbe apro ict onwill be leaving my home, Wewahit-
wractices. ajot. program areas cka at 8:00 o am. that day. (Friday
will include using exotic beef .1th). I invite a carload to go with
breeds in a.crossbreedime. Ingf ypro-ou would like to go, let
gram with omm c catt'me know as soon as possible.
growing lightweight calves to de- me now as soon as possible.
sirable-fuedldt 'weights 'oniwinter
temporary pastures and' utilization
of summer annual grasses, for
grazing and silage.
There will be a Field Day at this
farm July' 16, 1971, 10:00 a.m. and
all persons interested in these sub-
jects and all the farm, are invited .. .
to attend. The program will in-
elude the farm project outline, 9
outlook for the unit development,
breeding and stacker programs,
economic evaluations of enter- -
,prises, forage production programs
and demonstrations and weed con- 000l
trol in corn. I*4u0
To anyone in 'our county inter-
MINUTES of the
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
JUNE 22, 1971
The Gulf County School Board
imet in special session on the above
*date. The following members were
present: Mr. Waylon Graham,
Chairman; Mr. Gene Riffield; Mr.
B. J.,Rich, Sr.; Mr. J. K. Whitfield;
Mr. 'William Roemer, Sr.
The Superintendent was present.
The City Commission of Port St.
Joe met with the Board. to discuss,
the City's interest in acquiring the
After the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice, I will no
longer be responsible for any debts
"other than those contracted for by
HARRY ORRELL 4t-7-8
Washington Site and Buildings. A
lively discussion of the many as-
pects of such a transaction ensued.
The City asked the Board to make
them a proposal.
The Board proposed that the
City pay the total costs of the
water and sewerage systems which
the City installed to the New High
School for the (11) acres of land
and the buildings at the Washing-
ton High Site. A Lease-Purchase
plan was also discussed.
The City said they would take
it under advisement and notify the
Board of their decision'after their
next regular meeting.
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned to meet again
in regular session on July 6, 1971
at 9:00 am, CST.
R., Marion Craig
Tommy Thomas Chevrolet
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Call Panama City 785-5226
Nights, call Port St. Joe 227-3477
GCCC Sets Important Dates for Students
College officials at Gulf Coast on any Friday morning at 7:45. 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Fine Arts a loan fund. In turn any student College officials are also re-
Community College are looking The tests will be over by noon. Auditorium. New students may re- who needs financial help in order questing any residents who have
forward to a banner year for 1971- students both new and re- gister on Tuesday, August 17 from to pay his registration fee or buy rooms or apartments for rent to
1972. There are certain dates that All students, come b thnew andColre- 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. All classes, day books may secure a loan. Applica- please contact them. There is a
prospective students should keep turning, August 1com 11 12 or 13 to and evening, will begin on Thurs- tion for loans should be made as serious shortage of rooms avail-
in mind as the new school year lege on August 10, 11, lty advisor 13 to day, August 19. soon as possible to Frank Eiseman, able for students who will be corn-
approaches. meet with their faculty advisor,
approaches and work out a schedule of classes. Registration fee for a Florida Dean of Student Services. ing in the middle of August.
these subjects, the All new students who scored New students should come to the student will be $9.00 per semester
valuable and in- under 300 on the Florida 12th office of student services. As a hour. A full-time student must
you to attend if grade test should make plans to student completes his .lass sche- carry 12 or more hours. The reg- CHURCH OF CHRIST
take the placement tests during dule he will hbe given a ticket istratinn fee nfor a full-time Flor-
the summer. Students who need to
take the tests should report to
the Student- Services Department'
CARD OF- THANKS
The family'of Thomas M. Watts,
Sr., gratefully acknowledges all
the loving acts of kindness shown
us in our bereavement.
TOM MARTIN WATTS
which will admit him to registra- ida student will be $108 plus spe-
tion. The student who- completes cific fees such as laboratory, test-
his schedule early willireceive an ing, etc., and an additional fee of
early appointment for registration. $4.50 enacted by the Florida Leg-
No student may register until he islature to develop the state of
has selected his class sjhedule. Florida student loan program. Ev-
All new freshmen are'o report ery full-time student in all Florida
to the Fine Arts Audiorium on universities and junior colleges
Friday, August 13 at 9:00' a.m. for must now pay this fee every time
an orientation program. This will he registers. This money will be
last until 10:30 a.m. IR1eturning sent to the scholarship and loan
students may register, ,byr appoint- department of the state Depart-
ment, on Monday, August 16 from ment 'of Education and placed in
SALE STARTS THURSDAY, JULY 15, 9:00 A.M. thru JULY 31
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Come Worship With Us Every Lord's Day
BIBLE STUDY 10:00 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY .............. 7:00 P.M.
VIRGIL L. SHELTON, Minister
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THE -STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. 324"
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Hickory Smoked Half or Whole
Slab Bacon -- Ib. 39c
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THURSDAY, JULY 15 19nTHE STAR, Port St. Joao, Florida
TH -sTAR.y, Ro St. Joe Ia,;1 32454
-Lieutepant Colonel Charles E.
Guilford- of Port St.' Joe receiv-
&d. the presentation-oft his Com-
mendation Medal and his retire-
mebt from the Army after 20
' year of service recently ,in
ceremonies held in Washingtob0-
IP.C.Lt, .61. Guilford is the son
of Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Guilford
of Overstreet. '
Guilford was originally draft-
ed fiom'.Port St. Joe during the
Koreaht War and elected to 'make
a career of the Army. He served
in Korea,. Japan, Italy, Vietnam'
Sand for the past four years with
"- the Department of Defense in
During is service' he was'
awar de the Bronze Star Medal
for bravery and a secofid -award
for devotion to -duty, the' -oint
SService Commendation Medal,
Gallantry Cross with. Silver Star
and Bionze Star, Arnhy Commen-
datq n; Medal with Oakl Leaf-
Cldster, the Air Medal,- Combat
Intry Badge, Good .Conduct
Medal and other service medals.
It. C91. Guilford graduated
fro Pdrt St. J6e High Schoag
and the University of Ompha
S.with a BS degree in- business ad-
' ,inistration. He' is married' to
the former Dorothy Ann Manasco
of Port St.. Joe and they have
one :daughter, Brenda Ann. They
-, are residing at Mexico Beach for
f pFCThOm'iqS ,:':
r iT. GBRDDN, GA. (AHTN) --
Army Private First Class Gilbert
A. Thomas, 20, son of Mr:&and Mrs.
Henry" Thoma.s -Jr., 139 Robbins
Ave,'. P6rt St. Joe, recently com-
pleted a- 12-week Communications
Center Specialist Course 'at th6
tr. S. Army Southeastern i.ignal.
School, Ft. Gordon, Ga.
He learned to operate and main-
tain- a communications center and
- acquired a working knowledge of
various kids of communications
'equipment and systems.
A, .C.IASStIFID ADS
-- ldget~,lnvestmpenti With
Red Crosss It's Hurricane
Season And Time To Prepare
The American Red Cross this objects in safe places. ter workers and this equipment strikes to assist local Red Cross
week warned residents of hurri.- 3.,Put storm. shutters in place are moved into strategic points chapter with their storm prepara-
cane-prone areas that the hurri- or board up windows. along the coast before the storm tions.
cane season has arrived and that 4. When evacuation is advised,
precautions should be taken from leave quickly and follow instruc- .. ....
now on through November' to tons:
protect lives and property from 5 5. If you live~in a low-lying area
potential. storm disasters. lon't risk being swamped or ma-
Enso V. Bighinatti, national di- rooned'. Get away from beaches
rector of, Red Cross Disaster Ser. and all areas likely' to be swept
-vices, said Red Cross chapters, in by hurricane .ides and high winds. .
cooperation witl Athe National 6. During tle storm, stay in-. i
Weaker Service, have intensified doors, preferably in, a brick or
hurricane preparedness.-procedures concrete building. I
along the Atlantic ,and- Gulf Coasts 7. Keep away from windows. I AY
and in Puerto Rico and the Virgin 8. Remember- that when the
Islands. eye" ,of a hurricane, passes di- ,ce L A
The Red qross disaster director rtectly overhead, it will be accom-
ricommended that residents of panied by a ,deceptively calm\ Pese'm -
coastal communities observe these period ,that~ may last 30 minutes or I w S
safety tips if a hurricane threatetis longer: Don't be misled by the
their, area: / lull..Stay where you are.. The other
1I. Watch newspapers and listen side of the storm will return with T LCANNON
carefully to weather service ad- winds from the opposite direction. PASTEL PLAID OR
visories and other official infor- 9. Store drinking water in bot- TI'IA R S
nation broadcast on television and 'ties, cooking' utensils and clean Y R IVER IA RI
radio. : Keep a battery-powered bathtubis Keep a supply of food
radi6 available for use in case of on hand 'that does not require Machine washable acetate/- 99
power failure. cooking. Be sure to have' candles satin binding in floral
.2. Secure outdoor objects: and;*and flashlights 'available.' Before & paste plaids. Fits twin
store garbage cans, garden furpi- the ,stbrm hits. .turn refrigerators f ... 7 ,90
ture and tools,' awnings and other to the'.coldest setting: to preserve 9," "'
; -food fi as long- as ppsible incase
Airman Capps of later power failure.
10. If. you must ,leave your
completes Bosic h6me, remember to take import- DEORATOR
SAN. ANTONIO _Arm- A n ant papers; and such things as ICORATOR L .
SSAN -ANTONIO- Airman prescriptions drugs eyeglasses. QUILT COVERLET .
Donald W. Capps, son of Mrs. Ida s i ""rugs or.yegTa,"EI,
on al W. 2Capp s, s ton of Mrs t. d11. don't, toch fallen wires. Decorative bed- ST. MARY "MELISSA"
B. Capps. of 226 Eigh t;,, tPo t .... spread by day, FLORAL:BLANKET
ettReport the damage he powerrFLORAL BLANKET
Joe, has completed basic training ` eport. the aamage power warmcoverat-' ..
at Lackland AFB Tex. He has been company. night! Beautiful Nice '.ncozy
assignedd to Keesler AFB, Miss. The Weather Servibe- Hurricane designs With blanket that
.ass g e A ., ., : colored border. fits tw i or full
for ,training in communications Center in Miami, serves as a focal Fits twin or 72 x 90
electronics systems. Airman Capps, point' for analyzing and monitoring -double beds.
.a 1969 graduate of Port St. Joe ,disturbances, as they form .and de- :.:.
High. School, attended Gulf Coast velop,, Mr. Bighinatti said. A direct
Junior. College, Panama City, Fla. "hot-line" between this center and *
His wife is the former Donna the Red Crosse provides an immed-
Parker of Port St. Joe.: ate warning so that staff, volun- '
Steers and equipment -an be mob-
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT. ilized. Red Cross disaster' action TWO YR. GUARANTEE
Sgt. and Mrs. Larry Parker an- teams are placed on 24-hour alert ELECTRIC BLANKET i
nounce the' birth ,of a daughter, whenever a hurricane threatens a ST. MARY "HEAVENLY" -All nghtsleepirigcomfort!
Ann, in Marysville, California on coastal area, THERMAL BLANKET Blue-old-green & pinkintwin
July 11., Mr. Parker is the: son of Mr. Bighinatti noted that Red M orfulfsize.
Mrs. Dessie Lee IPar]ker and Mrs. Cross has, increased its mobile Cool in su r ldszee k
Parker is the. daughter of Mrs. equipment tor handling commuini- winterlAI nylon SingleControl
Jeanette Anqersop. nations and feeding. He said disas- binding. New. Dual Control 1899
Band Practice is
Set for Monday
A required band practice has
been scheduled for Monday for all
first year senior band members
and all other members who need
help in marching, according to
bandmaster Thomas Odadzin.
The practice will be held in the
High School band room.
..,' ".'. ..
Lt. Co .Charles Gu. ilfrd Retires
After 0O Years In the U. S. Army
THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971
-, .. .. .... ,a ... .. .... n- 325 .THURSDAY, JU LY 5-. 17
~ '* 1 1 *' ^.'
Miss Counts and M
i Married In Cathol
St. Jobseh's Catholic Church fee .
*atfl t ceflof"a bekutiful.wed- 'The bide, the daughter of Mr.
-dgerem~o~~n SatrdTay,>:Juli'32: and Mrs. .William Counts, was-
at .:00 p.m., waiting MtissTeresa given in marriage by her father.
Ann Counts, jandtvate Frst Shle was radiant ima long empird-
Class Michael Loe' in.6- model of white peau de sole e.-
riage. ?V*. Father '1av :0'- broiiered in seed pearls with a
Shp'. oifle edj' at 'tIe,,doiible jnatbing kaltan of. organza.
: ringemony, at whii time 'i "Her bouquet, was a white or--
jss wa).said. chid surrounded 'by white 'dai-
^- ," 9 -e's ', .' j
' Aftertlhe nuptial mass the' i- l '
'dal couple hoinbred the Blessed The briciesmaids, wore melon
Virgin by kneeling at-her ; sta-: fltral fldor length goowi with
tue an' placing an orchid at her matchinghats and carrie bas-'
MRS. MICHAEL LOWRY
."' 4 ': ." f
. ,, ,,.,./ ,. ** -,: *. ., .' .
: MR. and MRS. FRED WALTON
Walton's Observe 57th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walton of 4 The Walton's :er e entertained
509 Fourth' St-, were entertained' in the 'ho.He o. their son and
by' their: son, Ralph Walton and family at 5Q4s1.pth Street.
his family in observance of their i Many of. the Walton's friends
57th wedding anniversary .Sat- called during 'the afternoon to
urd ~'afternoon. ''" congratulate them. ,'
ery had as their guests recently
their son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Montgomery of Goshen, New
Harcus-llaininond Regular Meeting of
ad Vitro Wives Club
Mr. and Mrs. Murdic Harcus are
announcing the marriage of their
daughter Elwanda Lynn to Eric The regular monthly meeting of
[ammond, son of Mr, and Mrs. the Vitro Wives club will be held
I. C. Hammond on Saturday, June Tuesday, July 20 at 7:30 pnm. in
)6 the home of Mrs. Brenda Earl at
526 7th Street.
The couple is now residing at All Vitro wives, are urged to
03% 16th Street in Port St. Joe. attend.
kets of white daisies. The brides-
maids were Mrs. Jana:Kay Rob- 7
ertson- 'and .:Marion .Britt. LThe:
maid of honor was Miss Susan
Counts, sister of the' bride.
The groom's brother, Harry
Lowry, served as best man.
/ Ushers were herald Smith
and Michael Murphy.
The mother of the bride was
attired in a mint green model
with matching whimsy and her
copsage was white carnations.
The groom's mother;, -Mrs.
Charlesq Lowry, wore f or st
green lace over beige, and match-
. ing -hat. Her corsage was white
The church was made very 'at-
fractive -with huge basket- of
white gladioli and white daisies
at the altar. Two white 'candel-
abrum stood at both sides inter-
spersed .with 'greenery.
Immediately after the cere-
mony, a reception was held at
the Garden Center. The bride's
table was decorated with two
!baskets' of white gladioli' and
daisies and white lighted tapers.
Debra Hattaway presided, at
the punch bowl and delicious re-
freshments were served from a
- well appointed table. '- "
-The bride's book was kept by
Hostesses for the reception'
,were Margaret Counts and Vir-
Out of town, guests included
A Mr., and. Mrs.; Harry Lowry of
Crossville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs.,
Walter Stachowicz and Mrs.
Bryan- Mqrris of Miami; Mrs.
Virginia Rice of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lee of West
Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
'ter Millet of Jupiter; Miss Mar-
gaiet .Counts of Winter Haven;
Mrs. ; Virginia McElveen, Jack-
After the ,reception and a
small family gathering at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowry,
the newlyweds left for 'a honey-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowry
were" hosts to' a rehearsal din-
ner honoring Miss Teresa Counts
..,and 'their son, Michael at the
.Garden 'Center,' Friday, July 2. "
.',The dinner was prepared and
servedd by members of the. Port.*
St. Joe Garden Club.
Guests included the wedding
party and Mr. and Mrs. J. Kra-
merand Rev. Father David 0'-
Mrs. Lois- Boatright of Winston-
Salem, North Carolina, announces
the marriage of her daughter
Sheryl Dianne' to 'Coleman W.
'Tharpe, Jr., of Tallahassee on July
2 in Tallahassee. Mrs. Tharpe is
also the daughter of John C. Boat-
right, Jr., of, Jacksonville. Mr.
Tharpe is the son 'of Mrs. Mary
'Tharpe of Port St. Joe and 'the
late Coleman Tharpe, Sr.
Mrs. Tharpe .received 'a BE in
English from Appalachian' State
University, in 1969. Presently she
has completed course' require-
ments for the MA degree; in Eiig-
Slish from Florida State University
and will be awarded the degree in
Mr. Tharpe, 'a 1961 graduate of
Port. St. Joe High School, receiv-
ed his BS and MA from' FSU and
taught three years in the 'Florida
public, schools. He is currently On
fellowship from FSU and expects
to receive his Ph. D. in' English
The Tharpes will reside in Tla-
lahassee :while Mr. Tharpe comr.
pletes his studies. i .
Final Plans for
Final plans have been announ-
ced for the wedding of Miss Terry
Baker nad George Boyer this week.
The wedding will be held on
Saturday, July 24 at 6:00 p.m. from
the Presbyterian Church in Port
All friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. George Montgom-
MR. and MRS. A. S. CHASON
Celebrate 50' Years Together
Chaon Children Honor Their Pare
On Golden Wedding Anniversary
The children of 'Mr. and Mrs. Mull of Lindale, Ga.;
A. S. Chason honored them mre, Wlliston L. Chasonf
cently on the observance of'their Joe and a foster son;
Golden Wedding Anniversary. A W. Green of Dorcheste
reception was held in the Chason seven grandchildren,
home on Long Avenue. The Cha- Terry, Russell and Gr
son children were assisted by son, Chason Lee Mi
a friend of the honorees, Mrs. Sheri Green Vaugh ai
Kate Simmerville of Lindale, Ga. Green.
The Chasons were married oh
June 22, 1921 in Bainbridge, Ga.,
by Rev. C. W. Ma well. They
have one daughter, Mrs. Juanita
er, S. C.;
The Chason families were
Made very happy when some
hundred and sixty friends called
to wish them God's blessings
during the afternoon.
Mitch Rich Feted AMeeting for Pkni
Rebekah Lodge members from
Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka, Par-
:'Tuesday, July 6, Mitch Rich was ker,"Panama City and Lynn Haven
honored on his, eighth birthday will all meet at the Wayside Park
by his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. David at Mexico Beach Sattrday,. July
Rich at their home.in white City. 24 for a picnic.
The guests enjoyed fun' and Rebekah's will bring covered
games directed by Mrs. Allen dishes to the event which will be-
Price., Cake, ice cream, and punch gi at 8:,00p.m., -EST
were enjoyed by Mitch and "his All R ebekah's, theirdamies and
friends.' friends, are invited to be present.
Helping Mitch celebrate were: --* ---
David Bray, Marvin Sewell, Larry P p IN.ES
Rich, .Vanessa Watson, Christine Stand Tall
Watson, Marla Taylor, Susie Tay- a a
lor, Bobby Taylor, TMatt Taylor, In llorida'
Bill Price, Lee McMillan, Leslie
Costin, Hal Keels. Sherry McMil- Future!
lan and Perky White.
CITIZENS' FEDERAL SAVINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION
Port St. Joe, Florida
STATEMENT of CONDITION
After the Close of Business June 30, 1971 ,
Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real Estate '$4,620,590.21
i All Other Loans 179,028.53
Real Estate Owned and in Judgment -.
SLoans and Contracts Made to Facilitate Sale of Real Estate. ...... '. 33,240.95
Cash on Hand and mi Banks ,.. --- 882,191.73
Investments and Securities 45,300.00
SFixed Assets less Depreciation ,, 2,700.34
Deferred Charges and Other Assets .. 62,777.19
S' TOTAL ASETS -$5825,828.95
'- :.. -82 95 !:,:
LIABILITIES and NT WORTH
-'- 1, "* .
Savings Accounts ., $5,331,535.65
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank .... ........
.. Other Borro ed' money
..... : .. : Loans in Proces "' '' ,- ,
Oh er Uiaie I -........ ...-. 26,495.90
Specific Reserves 286.09
General .Reserves -...:.,--..-... .- ----:-- 89 20 -
;,:. Surplus ........... 178,02.11
TOTAL LIABIL IES and NET WORTH '. ... 5,828.95
..*,,t iA, (r.. ,.; k. "' Z'.,,,, 1, .' ;'/':", "" : ', ..:." -,2 ? :1
"' ... OFFICERS
C. G.; COSTIN, SR., Prepident; CECIL G. COSTIN, JR., Executive Vice-President and Attorqny;
DWIGHT I. MARSHALL, .SK., VicePresident; FRANK HANINON, Secretary-Treasurer.
W. 0. ANDERSON, GEORGE G. TAPPER, E. F.' GUNN, M. BROOKS HAYES, FOREST A.
REVELL and W. L FITZPATRICK.' G. U. PARKER, Hnoorary Director.
CHARLES J. STEVENS, JR. -- Manager
BETTY LEWIS Teller ELOYCE PRATT Bookkeeper
Member: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Member: Federal Home Loan Bank System
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $20,000.00
GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE
B AY and GULF COUNTIES
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
Gulf Coast Community College, 'West Highway 98, Pan-
.ma' City, 1borfid,m' icomAssing the College District of. ,,
and Giulf counties, agrees to comply with Title VI of the Civil
light Act"of 19i64in regard to its racially noi0-discrimIpafory
aid.aw ssio olicy. ..-. ,:,,. ,:.
Gulf Coast Community College is an equal opportunity
employer. The College is guided by the principle that no
person shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national, origin,
be excluded from participation"iin, be denied the benefits of,
or be otherwise subjected to discrimination 'under any pro-
grams, services, facilities or activities. This principle is
particularly applicable to the admission of students in all
programs of the College, and in their educational and aca-.
demic pursuits. The College encourages applications, for ad-
mission from qualified applicants from all cultural, racial,
religious and ethnic groups.
GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Richard Morley, President
George Tapper, Chairman of the
College Board of Trustees
S \ \
ONP 0FVIRCu 9~
A SLU'PON 1RI
BOUNCING C I41U0.
FOR 0 TN-10I4
SI4OCK6 CHFCKE-P B
~THE- STAIR> Pjajrt St, Jeo<>.Jprlda HUDAJL
rnLttfton Becomes Bride
W **> *' '.,:
4r. Hobson Orn June 29
Anne ULttlW- the candlelight ceremony after quet of feathered carnations.
Mr. and Mr. -..a program of.,usic- by Stanl y; Naval Petty Officer Lloyd
6n Sr., becaine B. Littleton, Jr., organist, bro-':,Sayles,was-_the couple's only at.
1 Petty 'ffferr ther of the bride, tendant. ,
obOn .Jnme 29-.' The bride, given in .marriage Following the ceremony, a re-
-e~ t'Methor .by.. her .father,: wore a street optionn was .held in the fellow-
Slngth 'gown of wibte f t, 'he-. ship hall of- the church. Only
iteso' l- M center by a string of p1arls, a .members of the immediate fam-
. H.pbson' of 'gift from her father. A -head-. ily and a few close friends at-
piece of late held her fingertip tended the ceremony.
er'ikhtedat length' veil. She carried a' bou- The bride, a 1969 graduate of
;*. Carrol-Higli School, Ozark, Ala-
bama, has attended George C.
WallAe.e Junior College Dothan,
Alabama and Gulf Coast Junior
College, Pana ma City. The
groom, is a 1969 graduate of Pprt
:St Joe High School, Port St. Joe.
The bride, who is employed
"by the Thompson Realty Com'
pany, Mexico Beach, will reside
Sin Beacon Hill while the groom'
,.,is, on ..sea duty aboard the alr-
craft carrier USS Aterica.
S:MS. HENjRY THOMAS HOBSON
Youth Activities At
"The First United Metiodist
Church of Port St. Joe will be hav-
ing youth ,activities week begin-
ning Monday, July 19 and continu-
ing through July 23. Activities
will begin at 7:00 p. each night.
= Supper will ,.be, served each
night. All youth. a.e invited, to
come and'bring a fiend.
Guest speaker. for the week will
be Larry Bowden of Dothan, Ala-
Thrift Shop Workers
Named for F iday ,.
Thrift Shop wor for Friday,
July 16 will be Sidney An-
chors and Mrs. J "a Costin. The
shop will.,be ope om 2:30 to
4:30 p.m. .
Those wlio wisho.o;donate good
usable items are ui-r to call Mrs.
Frank Barnes, M' Milton Cha-
fin, Mrs. Bill ons or Mrs.
Raympond Highto, "
Grass Won't Gro In
Spots? Then Re"
This for Suggest ns
Most every'~Flrida home has an flowers and, add much to the beau-
area of'ground here grass won't ty of home grounds.
grow well or where maintenance of
turf is more trouble than it' Some of groun others t adaptable
worth. Areas in dense shade, steep ground covers areiative Forida
slopes, and spots whee mowig plants artillery plant caroline yel-
or edging difficult are a few e. low, jessamine, o. e or zamia,
samples. Ground-cover plants can dichondra, several ferns, ippia,
solve many of the problems assoc- elagella and we a
iated with these areas. If' your home is in a location
Ground covers mean, different where salt spray a problem 'and
things to different people,,; Grass grass, dffcult to'.grw, cud
is certainly the most widely used salt-tUjerant ground covers in your
O ,,- .... r hii. ...... ,,:;,. ^n i, +Ipndscape. Some of the best are
als can 'and' should be used as
'ground 'covers. Many add interests
to the landscape and require no
mowing and little if any mainte-
nance. These plants often have un-
usual foliage sand outstanding
INSU tRA NCE
Is An Exactin Science Too!
LIKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR'
PROTECTION'PLANS ARE PUT
TOGETHER WITH' EXTRA CARE!
-There are about ,a many dif
ferdnt types of insurance as there
are specific needs. You can't buy
them ill, so it is vitally important
that you consult with an expert
SCallon us aany time!
WE PUT THE "SORE"
IN YOUR INSURANCE
-, '.';.. ,
Let's take an example. Do .youi
know that YOU canbe SUED! Some-
one may have an accident on property
you own. That someone can sue you,
his claim can WIPE YOU OUT .'. un-
FIRE BO ..
AT -A MINIMUM COST
less you're- properly insured!
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coontie, .'dichondra' climbing fig,
fig-marigold, Algerian-and English
iNvy, shore-juniper, lantana, lily-
turf, lippia, liriope and wedelia.
.Many of these same plants are
excellent for shaded areas -' artil-
lery plant, 'bugle-weed, coontie,
ferns, ivies, lily-turf, liriope, pe-
peromia selaginellA, wandering
jew, and wedelia. <
Several ground covers can' be
Used as effectively as flowering
annuals for spring, summer and
fall colors and they have the ad-
vantage that most are perennials.
For spring and summer flowering
consider bugle-weed, caltTops, yel-
low jessamine, daylilies, Confeder-
ate jasmine, lantana, periwinkle,
purple setcreasea and wedelia. Cu-
phea, lantana, lippia and wedelia
provide fall and' winter color.
South Florida is especially rich
in exotic ground covers. Some of
the most popular are wedelia, ze-
brina, blood leaf, rhoeo, purple
qdeen, ferns, kalanchoes, brorie-
liads, aloes, ajuga and: dwarf varie-
ties of carissa. Bulbous plants like
crifiums, spider lilies, ,amaryllis
and daylilies are also popular.'
Some of the exotic ground covers
can be damaged or killed. by low
temperatures\ and thus are not
permanent in central or north
Florida. Check with your local
nurseryman and county extension
agent for those, ground covers most
adaptable for your area. When
used properly, these, plants can
d'iminate many maintenance pro-
blems such as mowing and will
provide interesting textures and
colors to your landscape, especial-
ly in those trouble spos where
grasses do not grow weIL', : :
CLASSIFIED A I S
Midnet Investment Thl' V iT
WtW u etu rn. f
Pictured'above are 26 of the
40 boys and girls who earned
for themselves a free week at
Camp Victory near IFlorala, Ala-
bama, by memorizing the requir-
ed number of 'Bible verses and
completion of the correspon-
dence'lessons in Joy Clubs this
Shown above, about to- board
the bus on'July 4 for their week
of fun and fellowship where they
took part in several sports, as
well as horseback riding, swim-
CARD OF, THANKS
We would like to thank all our
friends in St. Joe for all their many
deeds 'of interest shown in bur be-
half ,while Sibbie was. in the' hos-
pital here in Blakely., It's nice to
know that. to be gone is not to be
forgotten. 'We would not 'want to
leave out a single person who has
in aniy'way shown by their 'acts of
kindness, their love and concern
for us and our boys. Your cards,
letters, calls, gifts and prayers
have meant a great deal to us.
SIBBI2 and DILLON SMITH
- ~ 4p
bers Go To Camp
ming, etc. These and others will,
again; be- working toward' this
goal" for next summer soon, as
Joy Clubs begin their fifth year
this fill in homes in and around
. .. -. ** .. ', .. .";,,, .:.' "
If you're interested in help-
ing in the Joy plubs of Port St.
Joe, contact Mrs.'W. S. Quarles,
Jr., 209 Ninth Street.'
There's never any unnecessary
filled That's because dispensing
medicine Is our first order of business.
You can count on us to fill your
prescription promptly, accurately,
waiting'here to have your prescriptions
/ with only the'tinest of pharmateuieals. A
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'- Games Stationery. Toiletries
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2 FREE PARKING SPACES AT REAR OF STORE
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THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1971
P A"E. SEV=e
WC s~t~4.-YnC'i CTHURDAY, JULY 'hr
Search Uerway For Dangers To
SNavigaGonIn The Gulf of Mexico
A four-eQnth search .lli i
derway Augs t in the IG for'dan-
M,., to sipp. in.. -r __
SThe project will, be arried' a ot
b America's only wir.e drag .ves-
stds, the RUDE acd HECK. Their i
t on,. requiring several years,
So fiand sunken wrecks ahd other
%arnerged hazards in the dipping.
lanes leading to U. -S. iofts in
Tea.s,' a Louisiana, Mississippi, Al-
baia 'nd Florida. The Gril. 'surey,
was begun last year. ,
The RUDE and. HE~K ae op,-er-
ated by the National Ocean Su r_ -
vey of .theCommetce DepartmentoS 's'
NatiOnal Ocpanic and Atmospheric -
Adiinistratlbn. The Pisten' .h...s
are scheduled to leave Norfolk,
Va., Jul 13. ''ey ;will work this zard t6 vessels. More than 70 ri- between the steel wire sUspen
year in the s ping lanes leading ported navigational hazards will be ed underwater from surface buoy
to New Orleans. La., and Galves- included' l' the search. The wire, towed at various depti
vessels" are commanded-by Cdr.'.,
Jamessels a command b as submerged wire between them close to the -bottom in shallow(
a James "Oallis o anns, they sweep assigned areas. Eaph areas. As-it catches on an obstru
and each earrieq a normal eqmpl obstruction they find will be idel- tion,. it becomes taiut, and the su
men oP two ozffiers aria o rew ou tified, the depth over it deter- i face buoys form a letter V. If nn
m ., nined, and its position pl9tted, on. cessary, scubp divers examine 'ith
- The 1NOAA ships. will .conduct
operations., within,, shipping lanes
(known also as fairuvays) first
charted bjy the National Ocean Sur-
vey in. 1966. The fairways were
placed on nautical charts)to guide
coastal and "ocean-going' vessels
safely between thh numerous 'il.
"well platforms which Tisi'e ab~vp
the Gulf surface as. fa out as60
miles. No Idrilling' structtiqs1, are
allowed in them, Fairway ports
include: .Texas -- Brownsville, Port
Isabel, Port- Mgnsfield, Corpus
Christi, Araifsas-.PhsS, Port' avaca,
Port O'Connor, Freeport, Houston,
Galveston, Orange, Beaumont, Port
Neches, Port Arthur;. Louisiana --
l ae Charles, -.Gameron, Houma,
New Orleans; Mississippi -- Gulf-
port, Biloxi, Pascagoula; Alabama
Mobile;-Fiorida .--,Pensacola, Pa-
nama City, Port St. Joe; Tampa, St.
Petersburg, Bradenton, Punita Gor-
The ships' tas0 Will be to search
the fairways for partially removed
oil platforms, iilings, pipes, sand
bars and rocks, Wyr&ks or any sub-
merged object that presents a ha-
an NOS chart of the area.. Shipping obstruction. A determinaton is
wilU li advised immediately, then made of the ]depth .over its
throughb,the Nptice to Mariners, of highest point and iits exact loci-
th4se considered hazardous and all tion.
pertinent charts will be corrected. Enoute' to. their major opera-'
4. The vessels use a method per- tions, the' RUDE and HECK will in-
fected by the Coast- and Geodetic yestigate a sunken ship off Cape
Suirvey (predecessor of the Nation-, Ronmain, S. C. and another off Jack-
al Ocean Survey) more than a, half sonville Beach, Fla. Both wrecks
century ago. The two craft tow I are inarked with buoys.
Vehilea Tir-e Need stopping and steering ability ,de-
Vehile Tires Need pends' on tires having a good tread
.'Periodic inspection and being properly inflated."
I 1 Drivers who repeatedly make
TALLAHASSEE Vehicle tires fast starts, quick stops and sharp I
should be checked periodically, turns increase the normal wear
between inspections is the advice and tear of tires. Keeping the front
given to drivers by'the Florida end of a vehicle aligned 'will re-
Highway Patrol today. duce tire wear and increase mile-
A recent five year study made ae
by the Florida Highway Patrol of "Rtemember, a. valid inspection,
single vehicle fatal accidents' in' stcker oi your vehicle is not an
Florida revealed that four per insurance policy against defecti;
cent of the vehicles involved had Steering and stopping are two of
smooth or punctured tires. the most important factors of driv-
Patrol Director, Colonel Reid ing. Keep tires properly inflated,
Clifton said, "Special attention replace worn tires and make
should be given to the mainten- smooth starts and stops," conclud-
ance of vehicle tires as maximum, ed Clifton.
OPEN SUNDAY -- 10:00 A.M., to 7:00 P.M
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, July 15, 16,17
Oak Pit 18 Ounco : .w.hi -te ;. .'
Barbecue Sauce : bt 3 9c POTATOE 10 lbs.
10 Pound Bag *" '. .'.., .
SCharcoal Briquettes bag 79c Golden' Ri'pe
With $10.00 Order or More ; BANANAS b. .
SUGA R_ -- 51 b. 49cK ,. ,E' '---
" Linay ,,No. 303 Cad,
.SHORTENING 3 lb. can79c English Peas
No. 303 Can Argo
sunshinee Chunks ,reen limas
DOG FOOD 2 l ~h. $2.29 No. 212 Can Sunshine
Turnips &.Roots .
4 -, CANS
+. '-'; "'+. ; ,
FUILjL OU'S ; :. -. .. ,'" .'
resh '. Tederized-Whole or Shank Half
Hamburger -,3lbs. $1.59 CURED IHAM -lb.
All Meat Cente Cut
Stew Beef ------- b. 89c HAM SIlCES Ib.
SPECIALS On All
lb. 89c GOOD TENDER
Ga. Grade 'A' WHOLE
lb. 69c Fresh FRYERS
BEEF ROASTS ,
Summer Living Sale!
End of the Season Close-Outs On Air Conditioners and All Outdoor Furn
AIR, AIR CONDITIONEI
Our Complete Stock Being Reduce
I for Summer Clearance
USED FULL GUARANTEE
NUMBER of NEW and UED UNITS IN ST
Furniture For Outdoor Living At Savin
Glider, Rockeri Cha
.- Table, $7.95
^ : .'*' 3,
TABLE and 8
2 CHAIRS 49L
Coffee Table S4 0
for the m
price of one
Choice of Colors. Nylon, Acrylic, Herculon
j".' 0 T Y r ',Ag'e
How To Prove Your Age
"I don't have a birth certificate, birth on file. If there is no birth evidence which you can use to birthday since evidence recorded
What'do I need to prove my age certificate, try to obtain a baptis- prove your age: old family Bible, earWiy ih life is usually better.
for social security purposes?"'This mal record if you. were baptized school records, delayed birth certi- ore information on how to
question is ask d'd. repeatedly diringd the early years of your ficates, military discharge, certifi-mation on hw t
throughout the- country b~' persbzIs life. ed copy of your marriage applica- obtain proof of your age, contact
to Daiid Robinson, Social Security Inmany cases, neither a birth ion, early voter's registration re- your local social security office.
S ari rin acri n casesneitherabirth ,coReside3ts of this area should dial
Field Representative','f or Gulf certificate nor a baptismal record cord, an a deal census record "0" andask forWX4 The so-
County. has been recorded. If you find Thesd are just a few of the many cial security office is located at
records which can be used to es- 1316 Harrison Ave., Panama City,
As a first step, check with the yourself in this position, there are Pals h ca bir t a d th ois o en P Monday
Department- of Vital Statistics in many other records which can be h your date of birththroughFriday frompe 830 a.m. to
the state of your birth to deter- used instead. Here are some exam- As a general rule, try to obtain 4:300 p.m. except on national ho-
mine if there is a record of your ples of the more common! types of a' record made before your 30th lidays.
at --_1 Il I
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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida PAGE NIN
Specid for July
14, 5,6 and 17
RICH and SONS' IGA
- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
MAXWELL HOUSE With,$10.00 Order
Boston Butt Pork,
ROBIN HOOD With $10.00 Order
DETERGENT With $10.00 Order
TABLERITE SMOKED (Water Added)
TABLERITE VACUUM "A
...Bc ............... \. ---- B
COPELAND 12 Oz. Pkgs. SMOKED
Franks 88 PORK CHOPS-- ---lb.
Two 12 Oz. Packages PORK STEAKS--- b.
PORK LOIN I------lb. 68c
S DEL MONTE
SWIFT or HORMEL TABLERITE LEAN
COOKED HAM -- 3 lb. can $2.99 GROUND CHUCK--- lb. 98c
SFOR DISHES LIQUID
Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order
1 doz. EGGS FREE
DUNCAN HINES Reg. Pkg.
LUNCHEON LOAF 12 Oz. Can
S P AM -------------- can
or 8 Oz.
TABLERITE CENTER CUT
PORK CHOPS ----
IGA FANCY SOLID PAK No. 303 Can
6 pak 99c
McKENZIE 24 Oz. -kg.
MIXED VEGETABLES ---- pkg.
KRAFT DIET PARKAY 1 Lb. Pkgs.
Margarine 2 Pkg%89c
biEAKSTONE 2 Lb. Pkg.
COTTAGE CHEESE --------pkg. 69c
BISCUITS----------4 pack 39c
SHOWBOAT No. 2% Cans
PORK and BEANS ---4 cans 88c
ROBIN HOOD Biscuit Cornbread, Muffin, Pancake
PREAD MIXES ----------2 for 25c
CANNED DRINKS ---10 for 98c
ALPO BEEF CHUNK Tall Cans
D 0 G F 0 0 'D ---------can
Discount Prices On Health and Beauty Aids
Schick Plus Platinum Double Edge (Reg. 89c Vat)
Blades 5 Count 69c
Bottle of 36 Tablets (Reg. 84e Value)
Single BANANAS ---------lb. 12c
Blackeye PEAS -------5 lbs. $1.00
Bagged for Your Convenience
SQUASH, OKRA --------bag 49c
TOMATOES l------ b.
Canning Tomatoes ---- flat
TOMATOES ---qt. bskt.
LARGE CALIFORNIA ALL PURPOSE WHITE
Green PEANUTS --------- b.
PEAS with SNAPS ---bag
Cucumbers, Bell Peppers --- 3 for
V.II ... fh NAIIU IL
Medium Size MUM CREAM (Reg. 51c Value) i 0 Uw IUMA 1----------- I
t 39c GARDEN FRESH Select Your Own
Deodorant 39c CORN 6
This Week's Special!
Chopped Corn ----50
HORSE FEED ---- 50
FRYING OKRA----- Ib.
Fresh For Boiling
BABY OKRA ----------b.
Sunkist LEMONS ---- doz.
EGG PLANT ------ ea.
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
IGA Half Gallon
BLEACH ------------- jug
38 Ounce Bottle
WESSON OIL ------- bottle
DEL MONTE No. 303 Can
FRUIT COCKTAIL ------ can
Headquarters for FRM Feeds
I ,. LI
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -NOT STAMPS
'AE TEN THE STAR. Port t. .d, Pla. 32454
Work Has Started On Country Club
Bob Freeman, president of the County doing necessary drainage entry fee will probably be dou. recipients, Mike Wimberly and
St. Joseph Bay Country Club told work adjacent to the property and bled". I Holly Hendrix and Rotarians Jack
Rotarians last Thursday, "We fi- work which will start in the next Guests of the Rotarians were Taylor and Buck Chauncy of
nally wore them down" in referr- few days on an access road. "Once their high school Rotary Award, Apalachicola.
ing to the Club's success in secur- the road is built, and we can move ,_ _,,__
ing a Farmers Home Administra- equipment in and out", Freeman
tion loan to construct a country said, "We will get under way in I CICT IIMITc n rI TUnI CT CUIID U I
club facility near Port St. Joe.
Freeman said work has already
started on the. facility with the
A Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission agent is shown re-
leasing bass, bream and shell-
cracker fingelthigs in Port St.
Joe creeks, stocking the two
streams which run through For-
rest Park and.beside the Court-
Several thousand fingerlings
were released "in the streams
last year ,also and are now
getting big enough to catch.
Looking on,i.are: George Y.
Core, kneeling, Clerk of the
Circuit Court for Gulf County;
City Auditor and Clerk, Charles
Brock, behind'Core; Police Chief
H. W. Griffin, behind Brock, Pa-
trolman James 'Graves, leaning
on the truck 'a d Mayor Frank
Pate, kneeling, right.
earnest on construction of the
club facilities, including the 18
hole golf course".
Freeman said the contractor
who will plant the grass on the
golf course will not plant grass
before March 15 of next year in
order to guarantee survival of
the grass. "We plan to be ready
for him to plant on March 15"
Freeman said now that construc-
tion of the facility is getting under
way, the club's board of directors
is making plans for a concerted"
membership drive for the next two
and a half months. "We feel there
are many people who wished to
join before, but waited to see if
the project would ever get off
the ground", he said.
Freeman said new members may
join for the $125.00 fee. '"After
this drive is over", he said, "the
Midget Investments. That 7 aid
Intersection Monument and Constitation
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"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
MORNING WORSHIP ....-.......-.....--....-....------
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
EVENING WORSHIP ..-r
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .-.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Would you give up
your automatic washer
to install a needed traffic light?
. We'd hate to give up our automatic washers,
but most of us would because we realize
how important traffic lights are..Atpresent
you don't have to make a choice. But that's why
Florida Power must keep building to provide.
all the power you need for the essentials
as well as the conveniences in life.
Today and tomorrow.
...we must keep building to keep power at your fingertips
CLIFTON WEEMS ROBBINS
C. Weems Robbins
Promoted by Mill
A. L. Conner; Production Man-
ager of Pineville Kraft Corpora-
tion, announced this week the
promotion of Clifton Weems
Robbins t?' "PAp-Chemical fore-
man of the firm's Pineville, La.,
Robbins, who' was employed as
a Pulping Ciev Leader in the
Pulp-Chemical Department, will
report to LaT Y Murray, Pulp-
Prior to joining Pineville
Kraft, Robbins was employed in
the paper industry for five
Robbins is 'i former resident
of Port St. Joe and a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School.
What hot weather starts, cold
weather finishes both extremes
drain battery power. But before
you fill the air with electrifying
oaths,,see us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with-
It battery trolible is
your problem, we carry
and recommend the
finest NAPA bat-
Ateries. There simply
isn't a finer battery
made and we can
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
on second tire when you buy the 1st tire
at our regular exchange price (plus Fed.ex.tax)
LONG MILEAGE TIRES
Two tough belt plies under tread reduce / Concave construction to put full tread width
V "scrubbing" motion and provide long mileage. in contact with road for excellent traction.
V Wide "78 series" design for superb Rayon cord construction for a smooth
SAVE '20 to '28 PER PAIR!
Tubeless WHITEWALLS Fed. Ex. Tax
SIZE & FIT 1st Tire 2nd Tire You SAVE per tire
F78-14 (7.7-1) as75 )037 $0 37
Camaros. Chevelles, F-85s
0-78-14 (8.25-14) 737 Q037
Dodges, Cutlasses, Pontiacs, 9 2.69
H78-14 (8.55-14) 00 50 50
Pontiacs, Specials, 4900 240 22.95
078-16 (8.25-15) 75 77087 Of87
Chevy, Dodges, Fords, 2.80
H78-1S (8.55-15) 5000 2500 QC00'
Oldsmobiles. T-Birds 5000 2500 25
L78-15 (9.15-15) 75 2 87 28
Cadillacs, Imperials, 327
All prices PLUS Fed. Ex. tax and 2 tires off your car.
If we should sell out of your size,
a 'raincheck" will be issued,
assuring later delivery
at the advertised price.
3 WAYS TOk 7 EO DROil IN
Pate's Service Center
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SNO COVER CHARGE
SSt Joe Beach
By The Florida Poweo Corporation
What a nice way to start the day
Soff with this different, delightful
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coffee cake recipe. teaspoon cinnamon
Good Morning Coffee Cake 2, tablespoons firm butteron
1 wild blueberry -muffin mix 2 tablespoons firm butter
Iegg mor together with a foik. 'Cut in
nd% cup water butter with pastry blender, or
1 can (11 oz.) parn orange fork, until crumbly. Use as topping
segments for coffee cake or one crust pies.
Heat oven to 4O degrees F. TV' PROGRAM See "Home-
Grease square pa, 8x2". Pre- making Today The Modern
pare muffin batter as directed on Way", presented each Sunday at
mix package except pour into pre- 4:00 p.m., Channel 11, Tallahas-
pared pan. Drain mandarin orange see, WFSU-TV.
ee, WFU- .V.
segments;. arrange drained seg-
ments oyer ,batter. Sprinkle with ,
Streusel Mixture (Jbelow). Bake for cLAss ADS
.... .. ., 'Midget in- ve tme .tip vitih
25 to 30 minutes. Out into squares. Mide u v.n Slh
Servings: 6 to, 9
% cip brbwn sag ar (packed) -- t YoU W
3 tablespoons flqur'. .. S w
It In The Star -
n Kranf Mayonnaise-
w .. U A R T t
SLimi'l w'coupon & $7n50 or mor lier :
Limit I w/coupon & 57.50 0r more olier
Lipton Instant Tea
j' :. n... A" R 1
Limit I w/ciupon 7450 orfmoreo
PGraI "A" Fla. or a.. Fresh Fryer Thighs, Drumstlcks or "Super.iughl" All Meat o r-Right" i oneless Beef
FRYER BREASTS 69c SKINLESS fRANKS .... 59c LONDON BROIL . .
.ade "A" Fl. or Ga. Fresh All Met Skinles "Super-Right". Boneless Beef Eye
SPLIT BR1OILERS .. 45c COf LAND'SRANKS ... 49c ROUND ROAST . .
"suerilght" Country Treat Whole Hog "' "Super-Right" Fresh Aligood Brnd Sugqr Cured
PORK SAUSAGE ..... 6c GROUND ROUND ... 99c SLICED BACON'. .
POK, a' 'e 0 m 00O00
'( Cp'n John's Quick Frozen
S Cap'n-John's Quick Frozen
: FLOUNDER PORTIONS.. 2.,
SQuick Frozen Bulk
k PERCH FILLETS . .
- vESAVE ON FAMOUS BRANDS i
AP Ready Mad e "Super-Right" Whole or Half Smoked
$1.59 'HAM SALAD . *- 49c PORK LOINS . 69c
$1.69 SANDWICH PAK.
. kg. 49cl
"Super-Right" Country Style
59c PORK BACKBONE ..
"Super-Right" Western Rib End
PORK ROASTS. .
"Super-Right" Western Loin End
55c PORK ROASTS .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: Estate of
GEORGIA B. EDWARDS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To all creditors and all persons
having claims or demands against
said estate.' .
-You, and each of you, are here-
by notified and required to file any
h 5-. C 4 ,-.
:* 7 Coupon
.pni.... BOX r 68c
limit 1 w/coupon & $7.50 or more order
Ah July 1i, in the following A&P Store
antily Rights Reserved
NORMAL SPAM ..M -.C 2
S Gerber's 4 L o. jars
Strained BABY FOOD 6 for 69c
KELLOGGS CORN' FLAKES ...'::-. 43c
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP .o.-,,.*. c: 13c
HEINZ KETCHUP ...... .20-....oH. 28c
CHICKEN Of THE SEA TUNA C 39ca
HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE..... 2/25c
EIGHT O'CLOCK INST. COFFEE.'r"z $1.19
SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE.. -o.'. -. 59c
''4 many many more I
ne Prker Iced $plce Cake
SSPANISH BAR ..
Jane Parker Delicious /
S LEMON PIS., R
SAVE-, ON BAKERY
Special I 2c off Lab7ll Kraft Special I Detergeit Special I
. 2 .9c PARKWAY MARGARINE 35c JOY LIQUID . 2 49c
Special Kraft Philadelphia Special I Cot Food Special I
. S c CREAM CHEESE 7c F. 37 LITTLE RISIES. 2 49c
. -'" 49c
Regular or Extra Light O Special I
PILLSBUY BISCUITS.. .. 4 43c
PRUNE JUICE .
SAVE ON PRODUCE .I
8 Oz. A&P
'Super Stainless Plus Platlhum Do;
SCHICK BLADES .
1, Lb., 4 Oz., Punch
SPECIAL LOW PRICE Fresh
-.-- $1.19 A & P BLUEBERRIES .
ubL la. 100% Colombian C ip.e
.. 4 Coffee FRESH PEACHES
16-oz. B5,el D.Ood z.ing IS-ox 5B,. 1.
quid oolie $1.27 Lysol Cleaner 59c Large Size
it I M9l. (1-lb. Si.z) Dix.I Lily (24-ox. Pkg.) BELL PEPPERS
I 1 C Squeeze Paricay. 51 Corn Meal.... 29c BLL rrrn .
. 1. 35r.
S* "'i 29c
4 7.5 9.8 20
7.5 H.P. MERO
9.8 H.P. MERO
.. Save $73.00
20 H.P. ME
ALL BRAND NEW 1971
SALES & SERVICE
BOAT RACE RD. & ALT. 98
21/a miles from
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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971
. .. / i,
.Ok-A *# -
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Georgia B. Edwards de.
ceased, late of Gulf County,- Flor-
ida, in the office of .the County
Judge of Gulf County, County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, 'Florida, within six months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice.
Each claim or demand. must be
in writing and. must state the
place of residence and joqst-office
address of the ciimant andI must
be sworn 'to, by tie claimant, his
agent, or his attornhby, or it will
be void according to laW.
Each creditor shall deliver suf.
ficient copies of his claim to en-
able the County Judge to minil one
to each personal representative.
Dated May 17, A.D., 1971;.
As Administratrix of the
Estate f Georgia B. Ed-
IN THEN CIRCUIT COURT
CIRCUIT,. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
HENRY G. MOORE,
SHIRLEY JEAN DUNNING
TO: SHIRLEY, JEAN DUNNING
You are notified that an action
,for divorce has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Fred N. Witten, Plain-
tiff's attorney, whose address is
Post Office Box 87, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, on or before July
16,;1971, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either be-
fore'service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on June 17, 1971.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Court
(COURT SEAL) 4t-6-17
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under'the fictitious nane
of WEWA FLORAL SUPPLIES, in
the County of Gulf, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in Gulf County,
HENRY D. GRIFFIN 4t
P. 0. Box 812 6-17
BID NO. 114
The, City of- -Port- St. Joe, will received
sealed bids until 5:00 P.M., EDT, July 20,
1971, on the following:
86 Old Type "0" Steel Grates S. G.
2 Index 2445, Overall Measurement
2712" x 31" and 1 3/4" thick.
Price'to include delivery to Port St. Joe.
Bid opening will be at 8:00 P.M., EDT, at
the regular "City Commissioners meeting,
July 20, 1971. 'Request bid be itemized and
The City of Port St. Joe reserves the
right to reject any or all bids received.
0.1 W BROOK' 8t-7-1
'Oity Auditor and Olerk
'. e humap b dy is an efficient organism. It runs like clock.
.rk .wi acli-vital.part doing its job. When one f these
vrts pbrea'doWn or a foreign substance attacks, the body
a a to. tji low Id a ay all ts own. Chemicals in the dis-
: ea'ed aMed begln'immediately to' repair the break. Often
tese are hot enough and-chemicalsfrom other parts of the
bodylre utilized. When this happens a chemical imbalance
Wl caused! Your doctor exmriines you to determine the
amount and type of chemicals involved. He may feel it ne.-,
essary to add chemicals to your system in order to defeat
S the diease...this It a prescription. By his diagnosis he
S. determine which chemicals will do you the most good.
Sm seems are stronger or bitter equipped to handle
S 'disease. .sey Te uire less medication. Others need more
outside hiel'p:.Eaph prson,I' different. That s why you
S should never use another's prescription nor allow someone
S else to use yours.
.; -Erthe ijhest6pharmaceut cal standards, low prices
Scnslsent.wjthfquality andthe personalattentionyou
cap always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
OUR U) PHARMACY
uzzetts Drg Store
317' Williams Avenue'. .Phone 227-3371
Drive-ln Window Service Plenty\ of Free. Parking
Game Division 'personnel of the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission' are shown planting chuas for wild- turkey on 'Gaskin
Wildlife Management Area. Charles Turnimer, region game biologist,
Panama City, said similar plantings were made recently on Edward
Ball, Robert Brent, Point Washington and other public hunt areas
in Northwest Florida. He stated that game food plots in a combina-
tion of corn, chufas, millet 'peas, bahia, wheat, oats, clever and
lespedeza for various wild game species, totalled 1,156 acres through'
the, fiscal year ending June 30, and -added that the food.-plots will-
increase' therainme-carrying capacity of the several wildlife man-
agement areas. .,... : .-Game Commission Photo
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Somer Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
MORNING WORSHIP SER
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
PRAYER MEETING (Wediesday) ...,
.I !Come and Worship God With Us"
SAY YOU SAW fT 'IN THE STAR
-- N 0TICE -
AS OF ULY 1, 1971
THE TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT
Announces increase in subscription rats from $2.60 to
This increase. covers the new "Parade" and "TV"
magazine plus. a raise to your newscarrier who
S aithfully delivers yor paper 365days a year
'. .. -',p'
Tournaments ..Coming '.VSTOE S.E9N!0 xw
ornaments oning BUSINESS MEN!! 40'X 90' UnIestricted
Up In City County NEW BUSINESS CENTER LOTS
0 Development in L
Recreation Program Mexico Beach 11
0C68l0'M Mexico Beach
oBS As Low As $1195
The City Fishing Rodeo for trophies will be awarded in each
8 to 12 year old boys, got off to flight. Presentation of trophies LO T
o a roaring start Tuesday morn- will be made'on Friday morning, (In 3 Lot Parcel)
ing with approximately 75 young July 2. 70 Foot Wide Streets -
anglers trying their luck. The The course is in, excellent con- Planned, Parking for Over 350 Cars $25.00 Month
fish were not cooperating very edition, so all you young Arnold -UNRESTRICTED UNDEVELOPED Only 12 Lots These Prices
--well at 9:00a.m., with very few Palmers, Jack., Nicklis's, Lee or BUSINFSS, MOTEL, APARTMENTS,
) catches made. The rodeo wvill Trevinos and Mickey Wrights are ...BSIN .ENTc
continue through Friday at 5:0 p put on notice to get in shape HOMES, TRAILERS Etc. ELIZABETH W. THOMPSON
p.m., with ribbons being award- by practicing between now and Registered Real Estate Broker
ed on Monday to the winners .t tournament ddate. M R D MEXICO BEACH
All fish to be considered for ISOFTBALL TOURNAMENTner Sale Agent for Property
prizes are to be turned in by In North Port St. Joe, a soft- 14th Street Mexico Beach
Friday' at .5:00 p.m. ball tournament begins this
: TENINIS TOURNAMENT...... week and Wil' continue throiigh
Tennis tournaments will': be- 'next week.
gin Monday, July 19; held on the Horseshoe, table tennis 'and
16th Street courts. Any students ,tennis togrnarnents, will be held The Y
who are signed up at the courts -ext week.. Boys and girls wish-:- .t- : .r: ; . e r --n .
are eligible to enter, but must. ing to enter must ;sign up with '. .
sign upFwith Aiei Scott by 5:0' Clarence,M gnette t the gmna- '
'Tournaments will be held for No special tournament actwvi-
boys in the following 'age group- ties are planned for Port St. Joe
ings: 8-9;:. 10-11,i' 12-13, 14 and-' High, EJenontary School or the n x 1
]5. ..:~ "~.' STAC; Hoe.. U8 SITIO A d
Tournameits .fbr girls will be Attendance-is' still god at all
Sbasedon the number wishing 'to recreation sites this week.
enter. .. *' '
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home with FOR SALE: AKC Irish setters. $5.0 FOR SALE: 16' fiberglass Crosby
GOLF TOURNAMENTS RETURNSe dHOME den. Phone 229-5821. 4tc-7-15 each. Have shots and wormed, and trailer. Call 227-8317. 3tc-7-1
The City Recreation golf tour-, Mrs. fir*`eBdaiaman has returned Call 2294094. tfc-7-I --
nament will be hqld t the 16th to'her l hon atf,110 Garrison Ave- FOR SALE: Old church building. F.R SALE: Sears no-4frost Fretzer
Street golf course on Wednes- nue, aftef attending the funeral Phdne 229-6523 or 229-6576. t7-8 FOR SALE: 1959 MGA hardtop like new,:,$100, cash. GE 8,100
day, July 21 and Thursday, July of her fatftl in -Mutncie, Indiana. convertible. $350. Phone 648- BTU 1%.yolt air conditioner, $80
22. Play this year will consist FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house.par- 6471. If cash. 10x12 straight Wall tent with r
o'f 18 holes on each of the two -f' .' t -. u r nishe arg ack floor; zip up door and,screens, bug
'days,. '- ,ad 2Sev t ,o y fnsh L e2 FOR SALE: House at 416 First St., proof, $100 cash. Beach bhiggy, 58:
Qualifying rounds are to be f. -7-1-even in Highland View, just finished). Chev., rebuilt motor, good condi-
played July 19 and 20. -. LO d N!U V 6 rooms and screened front-porch. tion, $250 cash., F. T. Kirkland,.
Pairings will b.made on the FOR SALE or RENT: -3 bedroom Hot and cold water, shower, shady Phone 227-3561, 1001 Woodward
basis of scores' turned in from house. Dining room, living'room, 40x150 foot lot. For less than $2,- Ave./ .- tfc-7-8-.
the nine holes of qualification. ,IN. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S kitchen, breakfast nook. $800 down 500. Also 5x12 luggage trailer bo-
SAll boysand girls from ages 'COI, GULF COUNTY, and take up payments of $76.40 dy. Will carry a ton, $0.00. Apt. HEATH RADIO' &TV REPAIR
'six through 16 are. encouraged FLORIDA ,. for nine years. 'Fourth and Beaty, size bathtub like new, $15.00, Can "Color Specialists"
tq enteri There is nd charge for IN RE: Estate of ',. in White City. Call 229-4094. tfc be seen at 416 First St., Highland All Work Guaranteed .
entry. Clubs, balls and score 'BEN C0.WILLIAMS, '' View. tfc-7-1. 4tP Phone 229-2782 '15'
sheets are furnished. Deceased. FOR SALE: Two bedroom home.
Fights wil consist of~sitx pe. No|TICE. OF FILING PETITION Air conditioning, carpet, furni- FOR RENT: Very nicely furnished
Flights will consist of six peo- TIC F FILING PETI tue, washer, dryer, water softener 2 bedroom house with washer F gerAPPLIANCE, heating and re-
pIe a6d winners and runners-up FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OK chain link fence, tool house. Space and dryer, laundry and storage rigeration repairs call 229-6323.
ADMINISTRATRIX .for garden. Coitact'CD. t Harve room, automatic heat, large shady WANTED: Work baby sitting,yard
S .TO ALL WH OMIT MAY 2294512. yard. Phone 227-8536 after 5:00 wori, odd jobs. Cal or see Clay-
Third A Florid 's CONCERN : he g tha. FOR, SALE: 2 adjoining lots' on p.m. -tfc-7-8 ton ,Boutwell, 9 miles of Port St.
ird oS Notice is hereby, given that I P.m Bbulevad, 60'x120' each Joe; 1st road on right after Schef-
F Fa A e L have filed my final-returns as ad- Phone 229-3527. tfc-6-17 FOR SALE: 1967 Camp-O-.Tel fer'sGroc:, second house on left.
FrrmSAre NOW ministratrix of the estate of Ben Camper,. 10% feet for 4-ton
F m," A.r, C. Williams, deceased; that I have FOR SALE: New 3 bedroom house ton truck. Now on trailer, can be PIANO and- ORGAN LESSONS: Be.
hInktrp rated filed my -petition for final dis- at St. Joe Beach. Call 648-7681. remounted. Call 648-6455. 3%p-7-8 giiier lessons available now. .
p' *charge, and that I will apply to -5-27 contact Harold at 1$12 Marvin.
the Hon. S. P. Husband, County FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house At FOR SALE: 1966 1600. series Volks- Ae.' tfc-6-24-
JAdKSONVILLE' A p p r o xi Judge of Gulf County, Florida, on 520 Third St. Phone 227-4676.. wagen. hone 229-5501.'3tc-7-15
Smtely a third of the 12.5 million August 16, 1971, for approval of tfc-.-17 FOR SALE: German Shepherd
a4res ii. commercial-farms in Flor- the same and for final discharge FR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom FOR RENT: Unfuhios ed. 2 bed. t ia lies. '$500. Po.
ida are' owned and operated by as administratrix of the estate of A Nce 2 h e sto e e tdno.y 'yard
corporations, compared with 7 per Ben C. Williams, deceased. lots. Phone 227-4436. tfc4-29 Automatic heat. Phoae 227-8536 TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
cent nationally, the Florida State July 13, '1971. after 5:00P .n tfe and removed or trimmed. Call
Chamber of Commerce reported in Is/ NONIS H. WILLIAMS, FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, block 6S38772 or 58043, Apaachicola.
it1 Weekly- Busines Review .re .Admndistratrix of the Est-te, dn 1stS0, carpe Sd ar Fro- FR REKNT: Fumshed apartment,'
S.I....O 523 7th 1 .k274 tt a d tra iler space.. 2s.o .. i IEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
I ased this week. of Ben C. Williams, Lodge, ite City. Pho1e 29-2'40. ord Grl Phone 29-29
sTh e corporations vary in size ,deceased 4t-7-15 FOR SALE: :2 acres at Wewahitch- etf -,2 e .
smalloneswned by indiid- CO. ka with 3 bedroom houseand
to ge conglomerates but IN 'THE CIRCUIT COURT, farm equipment. Pasture, 12 acres owe2 RPN 'ronaied "-hot- PROFSSINAL. ELPwit emo-
c-nglomerates ta-R onblplanted)t15,.headlcows.lPhone .l..ily ...... tional Problems and/or concerns.
aim rtant because they in- FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL wanted, 15 head cos. Phone 639-. Phone 227-3491 or 22 -84.,; ~ fCounty Guidance Clinic, Port
aimpement toward a form UIT OF TE STATE 2270. .tp-7-15 FOR SALE 14' fibe. at Joe, Florida 229-3621 or on
S on r fargrming OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR -- emergency basis, Rev. C. Byron
S: n i UF FOR N A F with 35 hp Evinrude motor anid Smith, Port St. Joe, Florida' 227-
capital and o blefully greater pro- CAS NO. 71-96 ROOMS FOR RENT trailer. Like new Cheap.. See t .041. fe-4-18
ductitaln," noted Ronalpefully great er, p INREth CA Mrriage of 71-96 Attractively furnished 105 2nd St., Highland View. R. E., .
auction," noted Ronald Speder, IN E th age of special Weekly ates Lee. Phone 229-6264. Itp W FO$ SA -_'47 Churolet
Jr:, Executive Vice President of GWENDOLYN .K. SHARPE, I MOTEL ST. JOE 'R
the State Chhiber. i wife and GEORGE W. Phone 22B21 FOR 'SALE: 1965 Mustang'convert- good .endion. New engine,
of corpoiations.of all sizes owning -. NOTICE OF SUIT FOR SALE: Stereo. Also, furniture FOR SALE: 45 hp Merc- with 2 .0
and operating "farms inm the state TO: GEORGE W. SHARPE 'refinishing and 'repairs, Furni- Sportsraft boat and tler. See C Ml SO8 IGA
at 1,215. The total acreage owned 602 College Avenue tire built to order. Picture frames, at Stafford's Grocery, White City. Phone 2294562
is 3,864,000 acres, or 31 per cent Panama City, Florida See at shop, 403 Madison St., Oak FOR SALE: set Encyclopedia, port-
of all 'land in commercial farms. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Grove. William Hall, 227-5906:.7-15 'able stereo, movie camera and
No other state' .in continental that an action for dissolution of
United States has so great a pro- marriage has been filed against FOR SALE: 1963 2-door Valiant. electric ice crusher. Phone 648- FOR
portion' of forms under corporate you and you are required to serve Priced reasonably. Light blue. 7541. 2tp-7-1 AMBULANCE SERVICE
ownership as does Florida. 'Of the a copy of, your written defenses, Good condition. Phone 229-2446 at- _BUAN_ ______a_
Florida' total, 673 are family own- if any, to. it on J. DONELSON ter 5 pn.m. 2t-7-8 TOMLINSON RADIO & TV Wew itchk I
ed, 284'are business owned, 203 JONES, attorney for Petitioner, FOR SALE: 1967 Camero. Power Phone 2294532 Port St. Jo.
are owned -by single individuals whose address is P. 0. Box 1968, 'steering, radio 6-cylinder stick Corner First St. and Reki Ave. CALL ..
[ nd th67remaining 55 are-.unclas- Panama City, Florida, and file te Shift An excellent car Economi- C an B TV R pl r u Ke-n-
sife te de y toward. c original with the Clerk of the calto 'drive.' $1200.00. Call 227- AntennColor ad B- Repairs Ier a H
ate ownership of Florida farms is the 17th day of August, 1971; 227511
principally a result of the invest- otherwise, a Judgment of Disso- FOR SALE: 1969 VW $1200. 1960 FOR SALE: Mexican imports, auto -.
ment required today to operate lution may be entered against'you Chevrolet: station wagon in good stereo tape player, small tools, g "-
citrus .groves; cattle ranches and for the relief prayed for. condition, $175. Phone 648-6471. 1 %, drill, reels and rods. Mac's -
trutk farms," Spenicer pointed out. I WITNESS my hand and seal of awp Shop, 102 5th St., Highland 18 Third Street
A strong factor in an individuals said Court on this 13th day of F camping. Engine just over- View. Phone 229.6193. 5tp-7-1 Port St. Joe, Pe.
use of the corporate form of busi- July, 1971. ., hauled. $400.00. Phone 229-1781. Pl- fumbing and
'ness is its convenience in passing GEORGE Y. CORE, tfe-6-17
ownership on to heirs. Clerk of Circuit Court o SALE Ba bed maftress RAY'S TRIM SHOP Electrical Contractor
The movement by farmers into Gulf County, Florida SAE .ab b.ed, maess "Complete Upholstery Service Call 229.4986 for Fee Estimate
the corporate form of business be. (SEAL) 4t-7-15 In good condition. Will sell separ. EWvery i me" R.A.M.-Reguler convocation on .
came popular in the 1960s. The U NOTICE ate. Phone 227-7661. tfo-6-3 602 Garrison Ave. Joseph Chapter o
tiated a study of these corporations The regular meeting of the Gulf FOR SALE: Childcraft set, $35.00. visiting companions welcome
in 1968 ,and recently released its County Commission scheduled for I.. Call 229-4601. "HI -K "ESEPHC0IPPINH P"
findings. This report shows that Tuesday, July 27 at 7:30 p.m. has Emory Sephens.I Free estiiat H. T WEST Secretary
in addition to Florida, California, been cancelled. Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Guarantee on labor and materials. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114,
the Mississippi Delta states and the The regular meeting of July 23 PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe Low down payment. Phone 227- THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Great Salt Lake area had the great- has been changed to Friday, July .h 7972. ,8n0 and .furth Tuegday
est concentration of corporations 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the County Comn- u u Home American Legion
engaged in -farming. mission meeting room of the Gulf V a owa rviin gwigs and THERE WILL BE a regulari'om-
The State Chamber said an ag- County courthouse. H hair pieces in my home. Ir uniation of Port St. Joe Loge
ricultural map in' the report indi- GEORGE Y. CORE "ARTH you have human hair or syn- -No. 111, F. & A. M., every firS
cated the greatest concentration of Clerk, Circuit Court, 6 thetic which you would like and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
farm corporations in Florida to be Gulf County, Florida lto have service ickl at
in St. Lucie and Martin counties. ,o- WI UGS FOR" SALE -
Central Florida and the Southeast NOTICE HURLBUT FURNITURE
coastal counties of the state also As of this date, I will not be and APPLIANC ESOK t CHARLES R 29JOLEY11 or 227853
have large numbers of farm cor- responpile for debts other than 3 PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty
porat iois with Nortif'Florida show- those e by me. 1
ing the least' number. VERNA S. SMITH. ''715
.014; IML HU 197