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" The Safest Beaches In the World Are In Gulf County"
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Due- for Bidding
; ~Ton alers" omimgBuck? ~ ~ 1'a t
HOWfow h" 91n't-TV,47 ir, you, have' 11uJ' v-sahr ;Lvat h 1 o .i. ~a J,,krw, omit
a kP-0-1 u r ..fj n r.' "Iu. t r,f i, f "t A. 'k n a' day'
P-School Entlance Altoredi
'RodCon'stri t'r Of_
Nl k *l.: it..,, I f .it,,t ,.f .\ ,,X. .
Jot R Olt i ".l' -J wa ..; -7 r.Jj er
.constructioh. Wnu' th Co y'-
tru':t; 1.: i. in !. ".-' -, fr':i
int.r .,.. r : to the school :,'" .i.,
-will ndt 'be accessible by car, ait-l'
school- traffic will be severely
impaired. School authorities aare
kd-., the help and ....'.("'i : ...
of parents, teachers o ,. "-'...i't'
in 'rl,,ta(-. out.; ,O p i y O j
fic pattern for st. .'.
U. of'F. Publishes
Laird's Work On.
Florida' Cooperative Extension
r .'S-. -Institute- of Food and,
., ,lu t. i ,t i:. :":" .-:.. e' ,-. r..".
of 'Florida has jist released, a
pb,,i. ,'.r written and re-
Searched' by Gulf:' .'
Cubie. J..',r. i. '1 'e .: label
'ed ". : 3uli ,378 and ... ,
"Fertilization *it .'13 A3 Pines on
Poorly-Drained',ISils dih 'North-
west Florida",, was 'released Oc-
tober, of last year-and has just
been received in ,Gulf 'County;.
Laird's report, the result of 23
years of work and research is
".an official University of Florida
publication., Laird accumulated
the -data for his booklet from
research projects at Camp Nel-
-lie, Cypress Creek, Dalkeith and
Very seldom does a County Ex-
tension Service employee get a
manuscript published by the
University. It's mostly the on-
campus personnel who do' this.
S-. Laird comments' that the in-
formation contained in his circu-
lar can help wet-land. slash pine
producers t,o grow more timber
economically and to grow pines
"-von land which otherwise would
not produce these trees because
of the poor soil drainage condi-
He says his wish is that his
/ publication will serve to help
landowners increase their pro-
duetion and citizens in the South-
eastern USA -and elsewhere to
1' .,, ,,, ; f ,'"-'i "' ,,'41 l. ,, '.
i., l .i blt- frrm .' <'. Is ,; .. :-".1
* r ,, ., : .- i .ii. 1. .i ** ,i l IF,, .
school. 'T,' '. r. ...- 1 .-,., '*, (i -
ed, .-,' 'e,' with one lane in
and one lane out -1. i load"
t, J.. unload at the rear ef the
school in the area now;used for
faculty .'...- All parking
must be .- "..' .,'..I. r 'estrited
to the student parking lot locat-
ed east of the gym. There can
be no parking along th 'access
,road nor in the bus loading area.
During construction, the pri-
mary entrance to the s ool
!. ., .... .. .the rear door
'c.,, commons area but stu-
dents walking to school may.sill
.r.-teF ,., i 'l the doors.
.[ ,.. ,I' ..C,' a' \ .., i:+*
rC+o m.i ed On Paq 17A
At Country Club
The Board --. f the
St. ::. Ba: ,. ;. Club
announced this' '. k'- engage-
ment 'of Ira W.' *:" 5. as man-
ager of thhe i' Lounge.
Damon served 26% years, in
.the service as a diet supervisor.
He has.worked in food .r.; .
tion at the Four Winds Restau-
rant and Mama _. .[-'.-. Res-
Staurant in -...a City. H ser-
ved as, restaurant manager mat
'the country club in Columbus,
Ohio. His -nextensive background
includes: one year of specialty
training at the New Yorker Ho-
tel in New York City. .
In addition to American fare,
Damon is adept in French and
Italian cdisine. He is accomplish-
ed in ice carvings and the cre-
ation A of floral arrangements
from edible vegetables.
Assisting Damon will be his
wife, Debra and son,; Donald, 21.
The Damon's also have a daugh-
ter, JoanmrfEnslow, living in Eng-
land and six grandchildren.
The Board: is very proud to
present the Damons in their new
position and to welcome them
as new members of the commun-
CARL E. (Ed), RUDE, JR.
Carl E. Rude Joins
Costin Law Office
Carl' "':. Rude, Jr., of Quin-
cy, has joined Law Office of
Cecil G -.. Jrn, as an assoc-
iate. Mr. Rude and his wife,
-- and their two sons, are
temporarily :. ..:. at Mexico
Mr. : '. from Dav-
idson : :.' North
:,- ': : i. BA.De-
gree and entered the military
service as: a .. Lieutenant,
serving with the 101st. Airborne.
S'.-:,: "i and later the T1'73 Air-
borne Brigade in Vietnani,' where.
he was 2'.: r' -. Bronze Star
3'- their. A ; C :-.'L.:. .!-: .C.
Medal fa .vi: H6 ) .-. -:L
honorable discharge in' October
of 1969, with the rank of Cap-
tain, and is currently,in the Ac-
tiv6 'Army Reserve,: :.-.r';n:_ as .
.the ,.'.e';U. :'..:. and Tr :ir:n. Of-
ficer of th.- -*,:,.h iii.,].p4"licee
Prisoner of War -Camp in Talla-
Mr. Rude'entied FSU College
of Law in September of 1970,
and among the various positions
he held were: President of his
freshman class, executive vice
president of the Student Bar As-
sociation and president of the
Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity.
While at FSU, Rude was. selected
for membership in Gold Key,
a FSU leadership honorary socie-
ty, Omicron Delta Kappa, a na-
tional leadership honorary soci-
ety and to Who's Who in Ameri-
can Colleges and Universities for
1972. During the summer of
1972, Rude was a full time in-
tern with the Public -Defender's
Office for the Second Judicial
Circuit of Florida in Leon Coun-
*The Gulf C .-r'it;j Co :,:"-
was '1inotified i; iiiday tb? '-'
State '-. :- Trr -
tion that,'hids ?d eA n Ie '. .
several road anid street' jobs in
Of primary .., .A h n e Port
A Jle area '.',: ?.- DOT's r.', ..
b 1. .:-'. had L_.:-' let for the re-
surfacing df U. S. Hhm.,-.., :;.
through Gulf County and bids
would be let. :,'. '- y for- the
installation of drain pipe in-the
i:-p .ij '.: on Long Avenue,.
The Long Avenue project in-
eludes installation of drain pipe.'
and ,covering the ditch on the.
east side 6f Long from 18th to
S20th .Sreet and on the west side
of t~Jm, :K.t from 20th .Street
'to Af.n Memorial' Way.
i The ditches have been labeled
5* v ; ':1'd*i to hil-
Too Much Garbage
Ff-%s-i"? i..'-Ti.,' Lv.isions
F'. f,, d ,A K._g.f .. i e .,-
w"here .,r ', e 'i. s aere c'.-
Doyl e, re'tcri 'atir a Pet:;.%n signed by 40
. re id.nt, equ,- J.t.: J .,,uri_
'Chairira T.rx rr TJ'r: t-.A .A
Doyle thL Eirf i hi Lr t>-/;fu .' i
for over two years' to secure a.
site for a '-,aid 1.d in .the.. area,
but to no' avail. "Nobody wants.
to give up the property for a
,D.oyle askdd that the county
cover up a large amount of gar-
"bage 'dumped in an old borrow
'pit on property owned by L. E.
Browder of Gulf, Breeze. "The
presence ,of the garbage encour-
ages others to dump", Doyle
said, "and the filth is spread-
.Davis said the County % re-
quested permission 1, .f Brow-
der to cover up the garbage,
.but permission hasn't been. given
in writing as yet. ." said
would assist 'i. -. : .'i ,.wder's
permission and 'see if he could
be of any assistance in locating
a land fill area. Davis said he
would appreciate any help, since
it appearsthe county has run up
..-r.;r a brick wall in the-mat-
In other procedures, the coun-
Was told by Clerk George Y.
Core, that the second and last
Federal revenue sharing check
1' I: '" ',' E, had been received
:'and -deposited in interest bear-
Received $7,238:07 in excess.,
'funds fromii .Tax Collector Har-
Agreed to pay the.'Port St.
Joe-Gulf County 'ro-.".'-r of"
Commerce $V',1' 00 for advertis-
Threat or Ultimatum?
At least, one C c',U i C tc- "1i'.n~.j.":':"r. Walter. Graham,
took the .'';::''k. a former -.,k"-. ,,,i (1c.'- as a threat
on his life at the r- .:' lv meeting of the, B Tuesday
r .: The ,TI'- :- ,i',i. -express such f.'., Z. but were
.... as i ,' ir' a former employee of the
Gulf County I. .'*. :. Control 'Department ..--'3. "I'll
give .t i..*,'--1 90 to do .,. ,. about my situa-
he tion-and -,-' that there ii 'be a new election in Gulf
King was referring to'a recent
release of his services by the
county after being pronounced
by his doctor as being unable to
work. due to illness.
King told the Board, "When
I was 'a man', but now I'm a
living vegetable I- !., 'on..'-:
, iv there can't ..i', ...- say it
was the spray, but 'T i, sick-af-
ter getting into "
King was an employee of the-
Mosquito .i,:'. Department
at the time he. 1 ,'",: more
than a year ago. For the past
few months he has 1 .
o""ine sort of ..." i'. '
. county. .
.'". went on to say he was
going to -' the Board .*.".'.
April 9' to make- a- decision, I
feel, somebody owes me a. .;. '
i, .,,, r-,M ,.ob=. : "', f" raham
t ," 1 I '
Two Fires Reported ,
During Past Week, "t..-' ..:'..-.. ..J .-. a.-
S,.' 'u J ,'." ,, ', rs say
T,., f,:^^^,is ^ Te-,ir-. ,, .- ,nth^-. W it
5 J,. V..dnteer Fire TDp,. F ,, said. "We .have..
nenti ., a fetrn F a. s ..a -. ... o e e .you thae h .
S... afternoon, a small -." other employees. The con
brush fire ..lr' the Port St. ty cant .. .
Joe Elementary School ly, to keep people on the.:
the department to action, who are not able to work
At 4:00 a.m.. Tuesday. morn- E.r -r.-'.r',..-: a i'-. bag of
ing, a flooded heater in a mobile pills and a Bible, King said,
home on St.. Joe Beach rousted "My'back's against the wall, I
the volunteers out of bed. have seen ',' .."' I had dis-
Very little damage was report' appear. I have a wife and four.
ed to the home occupied by Mr. children and I've backed as far
and Mrs. Earl L. Burrows and as I'm :. -; to back. The doe-
family. One of the '... chil- tor's won't say 'chemical' in my
dren woke up and discovered the disease because they are afraid,
r,',..'-,.,,,' heater. B ur- of getting into a lawsuit."
rows quickly shut off the fuel Chairman Lamar Davis admon-'
supply to the heater and dam- ished King for his threats and
age. was limited to smoking up harsh words and had Sheriff
-the .. Raymond, Lawrence sit hi m
Merchants Name Officers goes over the reedrds with new president,
Roy Smith, standing right and Secretary-
New officers of the Port St. Joe Re- ,Treasurer, William Ramsey, .seated left.
tail Merchants are shown above being Seated right, is John Wheeler, past Sec-
shown their duties by the retiring officers retary-Treasurer. V i c e-President Leo
after being installed last Friday. Retir- Kennedy was not present when the pic-
ing president, Bob Moss, standing left, ture was made. -Star photo
7' -: in a chair,. when King re-
fused to. be seated, so Davis
,could talk to him. The chairman,
said: ."We have gone as far as,
we can go by law. MThe county
cannot continue, legally, to pay
you a salary without just cause.
Your only recourse is the insur-
ance company. Any member 'on
this Board will. be mole than
glad to help you individually,
but the county's hands are tied
since your disease' apparently
isn't connected with your job."
King closed by t .*.~ by say-
ing: "That's all I have to say.
'l1 be right back here on April
-T -s-nature *of King's illness j
....,wasn't ,' -J,. iv',A -.r I.to ,
An arrest Sunday morning hby
Vi.f. t1,ii,' County -. ii Depart-.
ia.- nt, seems to have solved sev- ,
oert breaking ,,..I entering in...
r. ',', ;.i.-. ,i. according
,to- '--,.- : ', ...., Lawrence.
Deputy Marty Martin arrested
Walton Paul Montgomery, 21, of'
Parker early "',, t.' .,'" in Wewa-
hitihka after stopping him for
a routine 'check of suspicious ab-
tions. Montgogrery has four out-
,-L**Rin-l 10 warrants, against him in
Bay County for uttering forged
instruments. He had been a main
suspect in many break-ins'which
have taken place in the WeWa.-
hitehka area and Panama City".
during the past month.
Sheriff Lawrence stated that
approximately $1,000 worth, 'of
stolen merchandise has been re-
covered from Montgomery's pos-
session and, that he expects to
be recovering additional stolen
merchandise during the next few
Montgomery.-is being held in
'.the Guilf Coufity'.jail on charges
of',breaking and entering' -ano
':possession of stolen 'firearms.,
*'. or *
Robert Lee Huffman
IS Taken by Death
Robert Lee Huffman, age 84,
'2009 Long Avenue, passed aiay
.early Saturday morning in the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital
after an extended illness. Mr.
Huffman was a native of Mont-
gomery, Alabama, coming to this
area in 1960. He was a retired
Church of Christ minister and' a
retired school teacher.
Survivors include his wife,
Mrs. Susan Huffman of Port St.
Joe; two step-daughters, Mrs.',
Marie Boone of Port St. Joe and
Mrs. Mildred Fortune of Baton
Rouge, La.; one step-son, Wade
Allen of McAllister, Oklahoma;
eight step grandchildren and
seven step-great grandchildren.
Funeral services were conduct-
ed Sunday from the Kilpatrick
Funeral Home Chapel with Bro-
ther Ferrel B. Lawrence officiat-
ing. Interment was Monday in
the Rocky Mount Cemetery near
Highland Home, Alabama with
Brother Lucia Prizer officiating.
Kilpatrick Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973
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PAGE TWO THE STARE Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973
Makes Us Want To Change
Happenings in the news during the past few days Vietnamese are concerned.
s-hould cause many to wonder if the so-called leaders of the It becomes all the more sickening when we think back
Democratic party, oni a national level, were really so aghast to the time when a Democrat got us involved in Korea-
at the stated position of Senator George McGovern, after and a Re along and plled out, giving the
all. Another thing they have shown is their ignorance- Viets the idea we '. :dri not stick to a f for very long e
at least from our viewpoint) they have. So they have been iir for that r i to come
., -;. -*"* *"* ,* So they have, been '-.'. i.:= for that .-T ,r ,.ri,:'?, to come
On the one hand, we have the President of the United true for the past 'ix or eight years.
States ioiraig 'in a j-E2ramn sMsion with our enemies in .. .
the Far Pacific. After a breakdown of talks, a devastat- The albng came two f.-: .' i got us involved
ing bombing and a several weeks' recess, the North Viet- againm m Asia in a no-win situation A Republican has
names have agreed to begin talking about peace once come along to try.and bring some .::.- :. to the mess
again. Of course, as one area newspaper observed last which l, in some way, 'give the irq.- :l.:n that we in-
week, the United States can negotiate no peace. It can -tend to oppose Communism, and the Democrats, kith and.
merely serve as the go-between for North and South Viet- kin to the ,ones who got us o into the mesn the first place,
nam which must come to ,peaceful settlement if all shoot- now can't stand it, Or, so it would seen.
ing is to stop, The part which makes us vomit is that it seems to us
S On *theother hand,Teddy Kennedy and his buddies all of this opposition to the conduct of the war seems to
have jumped up out of their seats, raised their hands and be ba-sed on partisan politics rather than any real. concern
c'ried, "Hold the phone a inutbuddy. There's no need about the War'or those.fighting it. It all seems to be only
for you North Vietnamese to give up anything. Us Dem- a gimmick to get names in the public eye ,and oppose the
ocrats are going to cut off the President's money in your- party in power. It's enough to make u's want to kiss our
little troulble spot and the President will be forced to pull D' rofr.tic affiliation goodbye and we would quickly do
: !out. Then whatever's left,.is yours by default. 'Just be so if it were not'for a stronger desire to cast a vote for
Patientt" local candidates, who all run under the Democratic nomen-
I. ,.T Ph.'n. i:;. the nrr- ,,Jf the game so far as the North clature. ,
,:. .. ~~~~i ... < ,,
A Return To Decency
S.As we- enter the year 1973 there are encouraging
signs that we- inigbt have a good year. And one bf the
most encouraging news stories is the report that Grove
Press, Inc., the notorious promoter and publisher of por-
nographic and hate-America tert.ture, has been dropped
.fgm the va-rl,~I;r-i-. t.'-r trading system because its net
capital 11.1 ;dro.ppo'l to less than the $250:000 minimum
.rquiird fnr islistJnd ;
According to the last report -by. Grove Press to the
" Securiih :,~ir,, E,., .rW Commission, for the year 1971;,
the .:orr.or,t iu,, suff* i'.l,l .a loss of nearly S7 .iillio, and
th" Grove*., 1, ,wi. h sold foi around $20 n(0 F h: re in
1968, can't bey',1, t',.'iy for even as mii**h :i .1.00 ,I sliar-.
To put it :j rlohi r vwam, the investorss" who pai- S920 a.. ihare
in the hope of .:P1iniri; sex an ith l*i- lost S1.9O
by DR. BOB M. THORNTON
Professor of Education
University of West Florida
"- In areas such as philosophy,
art and I.:r,' I.' J, iit-~,~';. where
generalizations and attitudes and
individual talents are so- impor-
tant, teaching machines are ob-
viously -less suitable than in- the
drill' and skill fields of mathe-
fmatics and ,k-e, '>' Also, they
seem' to be :better adapted to.
high school students.than to pu-
pils in. primary schools. Never-
theless,-instances have been cit-
ed in which tots have learned
how-to read through the use of
In fact, Dr. Skinner of, Har
"vard Univetsity has recently
en.i conducting an experiment
i ,iV the use -of simple toachinr!
machines by n .. -.' retarded .
children with. I.Q's of :50. He.
has not reached any definite
conclusions as yet, .except to.. say
that the machines keep the. chil-
dten .t., it. < .o-:1 for t
periods of time. .
It was Dr. Skinner who popu-
larized teaching machines ,in ,
i954. Acutally, the pTroot- p.. of
current 'device? .-.per.-'l in the
early 1920's% !t t1...,, .iid not
catch the public fancy. Dr. Sid-
.ney Pressey developed a ma-
chine' back in 1926. at the Ohio
State, University. Though origin-
sT.. conceived as a t,.. nE de-
vice, it had the same '.ctil. -
ity for. i ',.:, t..". u-r as3
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Fleri.
By The Star Publishing Company
WksEiz R. BAMSEY Editor a n_ bliahe
Also Linotype Operitor, Ad Sadesm.a, betw CinM
.Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint bap timent
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S PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
-IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., $2.25 THREE MOS., 127.50
SOUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 BUT OF U. S. One Year, I.00
-TO ADVERTISERS-In cae of error or omminlsone In adverttemeats, the pbllsh ies
Sot hold themelves liable for damage further than amount received for snh
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the prInted word Is tho.
wei!hed. The spoken word barely aeserts; the printed word thoro amcon-
vies. The s spoken word s lot; the printed word remains.
in cold cash for every $2,000 invested.
It was Grove Press, you might recall, that defied the
law by publishing "Tropic of Cancer" and "Lady Chatter-
ly's Lover" with the expectation that the liberal U. S. Su-
preme Court would let them. off the hook which the Court
did. 'The widely publicized case provided Grove with what
amounted to millions of dollars in free advertising, and it,
appeared '(at least, to some) that there were big profits
to be made.
Hopefully, the decline in the fortunes of Grove Press,
which has blen one of the "giants" in the field of pornog-
raphy, signals a lack of interest on the part of the Ameri-
can people. -.It could mean that America will experience
a return'to decency.
present day machines.
Perhaps Dr. Skinner's drama-
tic flare was what turned the
tide of interest toward teaching
machines. In another experi-
ment he taught pigeons how to
play table tennis through the
use of the reward and' punish-
ment method. This same princi-
ple, he claims, is at the root of
teaching machines. The differ-
ence is that, instead of getting a
kernel of corn for the correct'
movement, the student get s the'
satisfaction of knowing that his'
answer is correct. .'
But at the University of Indi-
ana Medical School, one psychol-
ogist uses food as one incentive
for schizophrenic children. When
they push the proper button on
his vending machines, they get
a bar of candy. or a sandwich.
Elsewhere in the room a toy
starts running when a button is
pressed. The experimenter's
purpose is to make the children
see that the' ame simple action
causes the same pleasant result
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Ka
This is the season the psy-
chics look into their crystal balls
and! predict the happenings for
the new year. Not. satisfied to
depend upon one or two seers,
the National Observer publish-
ed the predictions of 10 leading
psychics in their last issue.
Predictions 'for the most part
are 'general in nature. Earth-
quakes are predicted for Califor-
nia, Arizona and 'the, middle
east. Florida will experience a
disastrous hurricane., .
Several 'seers agree on tur-
moil and riots in Cuba plus the
down-fall of Castro. They also
agree that a new planet, as well
as a cure for cancer, will be dis-
covered. There will also be break'
through in the' control of arth-
ritis, diabetes and multiple
sclerosis. \There will be a start-
ling discovery of underground
passageways and a hidden
chamber that will provide the
key to many scientific mysteries.
President Nixon will be in
great personal, danger, especial-
ly in July. There will be a se-
vere wave of violence in the U.
S. Howard Hughes will come out
of seclusion and announce a plan
to devote enormous sums of
money to aid the poor. Richard
Burton will be involved in a
narrow escape, either an acci-
dent or: serious illness. Liz Tay-
lor .'ill l iir be a robbery vic-
tim. Prince Charles and his sis-
ter Princess Anne will both be
involved in romances.
Angela 'Davis will announce a
change in' her philosophy. There
will be a Ah.A:?-UUo in the Pen-
tagon and a new program of na-
tional defense installed. The
Nixons will. become grandpar-
- ents t ";.,. i. E Pope will become.
very ill and cause grave concern
hr:.. .:.:. the world. Africa
will experience numerous tribal
S'Th'-r.f vi' be a freak mining
disaster east of the Mississippi.
A tragedy 'in an American fam-
ily will cause concern and
mourning throughout the nation.
High unemployment will con-
tinue, especially for those with
higher 'education. The govern-
ment of South Vietnam will col-
lapse late in the year.
Johnny Carson will announce
an entirely new format for his
show. Jackie and Aristotle will
experience a tragedy. Still an-
other tragedy will strike the
England's Queen Elizabeth
will become quite ill and her
country will be greatly disturb-
ed. A famous American singer
will die as will two Hollywood
Gulf Schools Get
Gulf County School. received
$153,973.00 from the State of
Florida for the month of January
according to a report released
this week by the office of Comp-
troller Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson.
The state contribution reflected,
a healthy increase over the same
month last year, when the coun-
ty received only $112,242.00.
Florida's 67 county school dis-
triets received a total of $62.4
million from the Minimum Foun-
dation appropriation this, month,
The money is distributed on a
monthly basis for use in teacher
salaries, .-,'t transportation
and other current expenses.
film stars. A militant group will
attempt to take the life of. a
congressman from Illinois and a
physical failure will cause a halt
in the career of Alfred Hitch-
cock. A new lift prolonging drug
for heart patients will be dis-
There will be a mass exodus
from' over-corwded California.
Earthquakes will hit Italy and
Turkey. The American dollar
will be valued. upwards.
There you have it. You can
accept or reject any or all of it.
The fact remains, however, that
all of the seers who advanced
their predictions have r!' '..h. !
in the past such events, as the
death of J., Edgar -'.... r Nix-
on's trip to Chi,.. the Sharon
Tate murders, the i .i..
of Robert Kennedy and many
other events that came to pass.
These 10 psychics quoted by
the National Observer laid it on
the line for all to see. We hope
most of their predictions are
false, 'however, for most of them.
seem to lean toward the tragic
A Thought to
There was once a young man
who worked as an apprentice un-
der a famous stained glass ar-
The famous artist designed
and made the most beautiful
windows in the country.
The young *; .-,' r,' -. :' .
eA up and saved every tiny
piece of glass the artist let fall
on the floor. Then one day the
young man took the' tiny bits
and pieces he had' saved and
began making .a window of his
own creation. After months of
labor-his window was complet-
To make a long story short-
the window made from bits and
pieces was acclaimed as the
most beautiful ever made. The
youngI man became famous in
his own right as a great artist.
There are many fragments of
time and life that can be turned
into great accomplishments. The
bits and pieces are important,
and the wise use them effec-
OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM-
BER: Use every moment to its
fullest-salvage the r agents of
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
No doubt most of you read the article in the Panama
City paper last week about a Panaimia City man and his
son, James M. Haisten and Jimmy, finding the bones of
a mastadon in a spring fed creek South of Marianna. To
most, the article probably didn't draw much excitement
over an unusual "find", since mastadon bones have been
S3.->ul in this section of Florida iTin-r'h.i;: around Wa-
kula Springs. It wasn't too far-fetched to hb,2v they
could be found in this area. The only d.iff'-r..:- isthat
'.~ .. I.. .4 at v.?k jiUb. are under several f-- i of water in the
d ~, rin.= while part- of the Haisten's bones were found
sticking up out of'the small creek and showing above the
M A'-e the article didn't interest v,-, too much in the
c i.. of an "unusual" find, but it did interest Roy Irwin
of Port St. Joe, who lived in Marianna .3 -: ,i- his childhood
a long time ago.
Mr. Irwin says he d ..n'( ir '-'.w the bones are of a
ma stadon, but of an elephant and goes on to give good
back-up to hip theory. Mr. Irwhi says he remembers well
when he was a small boy (which is a pj'rf I'. good memory
considering Roy's age) a circus came to Marianna. His
father'took him to the circus, which had arrived in sev-
eral rr-.1' cars and was -.li.-,i,,: in a field South of
Marianna near a-spring fed creek which --iipi.:.,,-] into the
^i .: !-: I- r Entering the circus, the,audience passed
t Hr. "'. i two rows of'cages ',- r .' off the circus animals,
which included two huLge -V r.-n Irwin said ,t.-r the
: ... i,... 'h* cam e a ,.. .-, r' ,,i an som e-
one ;' 1 that one of the -L..li -. hadgone lr-er',-k.
3In the l' -lo,.ub that followed. i,. '... audience went under
the tent f! q :in one direction and the I t.01 i i took off in
another direction toward the rp :.'1 creek.
Men of the town went out '}ii i:fn," the elephant and
ran up on it beside the creek and, shot it to death right
there on the creek bank. Irwin says, in his opinion, the
mastadon bones are really that .big elephant shot on they
creek bank nearly 70 years ago.
That ought to create some interest in those "masta-
I've always been interested in :rlih;,cw-; published in
the Reader's Digest. The T,( '-I usually, month after
month, comes up with a "digest" of some of the most in-
-. r--tj: publications around. The month' of January was
o i..- .. -.interesting to me especially two articles.
One of the articles had to do '-. 1. our power crisis.
Of course, the heart' of America's power is its oil produc-
tion. Between the : ;.-x'A -'...-.,], the opposition to environ-
r "-..i .~lj'i., .*,. ,r.:' tapping the Alaska FE.,<]: with a pipe-
line and. reluctance to allow orf r .i-u, along with
P ,rJl 'JrI control devices on automobiles making them gas-
guzzlers, our nation must depend on the unstable Middle -
East for .a large share of its oil.
Another article had to do with the digging of the Pan-
ama Canal. From reading the article we gathered the
digging of the canal wds just as much a strain on the U.
S. economy as the space program has been. Now our na-
tion is toying with the idea of giving it away to Panama.
I'd'heartily'recommend the reading, of these two ar-
ticles so you will understand when some of the things that
are done in the future must be done. As a matter of fact,
you will probably clamor for their doing.
Henry Block has
17 reasons why you
-should come to us
ifor income tax help
Reason 3. We are a year-round
service. We do not disappear or
go back to some other business
after April 15.
',THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
225 REID AVENUE
Open 9 A.M. to 6 PM., Mon., thru Sat., Phone 229-6132.
OPEN TODAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
~ai~iE~Zi~F ~ i
THE STAR, Port St. Jm~ FlorlisTUSDY AURY1,17
THE STAR, Port St. Jot, FloridM THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, T3S rAGE T1HE
Superintendent, the following per-
MINUTES ... HE.. sonne matters were uathorized: a GUlf Nearly Reches
S- MINUTES 'OF THE St. Joe High School--accepted e t s A fNeay Rac s
Coach Wayne Stevens' resignation Savin sVBondue nal
ttF lUNTY SCHOOL BOnARnD s M tbOunty A J StU ents Are Savings Bond Goal
G I U r ,U T S Ol1972; appointed William Lane As- L Florida sales of Series E and H
Assistant Jr. High Basketball Coach United States Savings Bonds in No-
PORT- STtS e hSho eeffective November 29, 1972; grant- l I I a I I I i vember were $10.7 million-up $1.2
PORT ST JOE FLORIDA at St Joe High Schoo He disus-' ed Miss Ann Alddge asupple- million over November 1971. The
DECEM1ER 5, 1972 sed Pre-Vocational units for Jun- e o $0.0.state attained 1121% o its 1
l i or High students also. The Super- spent on the Vocal Music Program Students in grades 10, 11 and 12 trants will be r.,I1 by letter if Connie Knox, Barry Richardson, sales goal November 30. Savings
mThe Gulf County nchoole Boardve intndent called atteion to theand assisting the Band pro- District H are submitting art their work is selected for the tra- Willie Quinn, Catherine Lyons, Lee Bonds purchased by Florida resi-
date. i. ... .. fmac t.be that the ptresenhou b. esng w Tha e Superintendent discussed a work to be judged and exhibited veng show or scholarships. Anna Hardy, Keith Timmons, Thel- dents during the 11 month period
SThe %. terf.iocint w esBreset who. core e-- r -la n G in a First Florida Art p.res enHatHoloway, Ann iish, Tonptte ty residenTs prchad 0.00 in
Sl mer Sr., pro grams'and t hat expan sion of request from Kenneth Herring, in Panamther grotyanuary 3 through teachers of the wi wland Jan Gasn. n Patricia Peaales goal the end of Novem
their homes' as possible during -ment t ie debt that e en Bofls the amount o $270,..... toate 4 m tional water colorist; Jean Mary
Chairman; Gene Baffield, J.,K.'the programwouldentail construe-..Principal at St. Joe High School, .5 Coun tes nDistrictH include Students whose work is I..-m.. totaled $124 million-up $17.4 mil-
rtfinb waher, The Boar nd agreed. eoardoT was taclty for the wa-to700.73 were exransprtation to Nodrth I the event a hshow is F *,--- authHor of "Art Of Wn-ionoverstyear.
tha thM !b.iy b done and toea w. se ..' Ba .. sCalhoun, Waships graton, ted, der me and A World", on o Florida's
. .thbn eo thisfa. ,.e o e b h o ..:.. l nmst likely be adopted texts; .Dr. Ivan ,hr,,
n all concerned.port.Stn ': ". be worked ou ,; .-,r i '... on January 2, on tour fr up to two years. En- interior designer and renowned art K ler at coun-
o r a ,' + t, .r ,b' ,J ,., -- e ,n e.- .,_ 'A o o .T .. ..'.., and Dr. 2.: --. Feld-/
Te. u trintndt ftdw ... 'L -- rTnt; man., author of t:' ex:-. and Ideas" Gulf
." r "" oa dcue trUorn rig e aH hi ,fP mrm I anther one of Florida's A TA A TI
WThe meeLinton, GeneraBl.Super- Creek- B .a J 'Alet Conrad was i s is al th first h *- artas ,010in
Svisor, dicussed -possible expansion temporarily suspended by the PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA Monday, January 15 d ... .. IS ',- '. .:.i. idn
Sof he vMocmye programs within Board for refusing to pick up twoa DECEMBER 12, 1972 Sl Jod on bun, buttered ate nation This isR rdduringNovember.
fielth count T 'Board authorized students as directed by Sammy ire to was receptive to the an effort to recognize the talented D l Hagans, JanlcThe c. of its
0h1the adnistrative and supervisory Parker, Transportation Coordina- The Gulf Cun.ty :he-,:. Board norn, green spolad with Pes PPr students of art for Florida. Teach- eSsISe-VOl APH WORK
Sstlaffs to proceed in planting for tor. The Superinteendt was di- met i due te 'eni n t::e. above, rings, peanut butter chews and sutPatriciaPea- ifies goal the end of Nove-
expann e vocational pro- eted to noti Mr. Conrad i date. T c members were milk. S te Ta pa on Feb-
theira homes as possible during me. -. of this' action. The Bard resent: 7 .. oemer S., Tuesdy Jnuaonr 16 ar nvter colorist; Jean Mary
*Kenneth HerriTg, B oard agreed Boarized oa special Boardt meeting Chair-an; .Geew a d- I Herman he event a ow is wing author acceptance of Wonthe stu-
Joe igh. Schoolno met with the to be held at 10:00 A.SM., Deem. Ar, Wfaee a, ere !t g 3n K. puot pie, green beanie entsss work in the exhibition by For t N
MBoard and discussed the possibili ongter 11, 1972. Mr. Conrad wthe site bThe tWhitte. t eg tossed salad, fruited Jell-o, coob t ado J Thi wi I another N O T Iy
i ty of reserve 'Offeer training asked to appearand present his The Superintendent : :- rolls an ilk. up to twoyearsEn nuaryteordesigr and renotherd a
eCorpLin T, ." ,.r ,:t f..r :; ..f te .r h,.-:. Wednesday, January, 17 milestone in he Florida Educa and will be .. ir the following highway
Tr-.n..... ,-r:l th.ntation _r:the Howard. e Srg na .Chairma. nom en Ranoth_. r one.
Joe* High.School, met with the to be held at 10:00reA.M.,rDeceen-A, WAAee h he ,, enbeas, dents"worknin.the i'on by For the Next 60
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
SDeWITT MATHEWS, Pastor
-GEORGE PUCKETT, Mihistec of Music
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9;45 A.M.,
MORNIT1C, WOi..-HIP E'iVICE ....... 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING JUNON 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ....... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesddy) 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH'
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL '9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...----... ---6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
P REV. J. C. DUM, Pastor
, "-nerning a controversy
h -rig Ms route to pick
ninal students. He in-
j aEard that ':; need
.'- t -the job. i._ rd
S:.. :: r r> Mrs.,Tho-
S to drive
,.-. .r breek bus.
T -. ', :,.. .t discussed
F.. t hat lames ,- ,, Adult
:1'.'",: ,Coordinator.'for the Cr.,-
As making $10,230.00 f, 1r
.-,'-..- (12) months a year Snd
this was considerably lower
than a coordinator of like size
counties in Florida. The Superin-
tendent recommended that Mr. Mc-
Innis' salary be set at $11,000.00
per year for twelve (12) months.
Board Member Raffield made a
motion 'that the Superintendent's
recommendation bb adopted. Board
Member Guillot seconded the mo-
tion. All voted YES.
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned to meet again
in regular session on January 2,
1973 at '9:60 A. M, EST.,
I. Marion Craig William Roemer
412 RED AVENUE
UL NE M 0 UCHETTE Invites Everyone to Visit
PAULINE MOUCETTE Her New Restaurant
9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Free Ice Cream Treats -
MRS. MOUCHETTE and her
Wm Be Ready To Serve You
MONDAY through SATURDAY
5:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
- Cake and Coffee
BUFFET BREAKFAST EVERY DAY
BUFFET LUNCHEON EVERY DAY
A LA CARTE MENU.
------ Specializing In ----
,Fresh SEAFOOD and STEAKS Delicious DESSERTS
COMPLETE SODA FOUNTAIN
salad) fruit cup, brownies, bread
Thursday, January 18
H', .,,. :: lettuce, sliced to-
matoes, onions, dill pickles, po-
tato chips, cherry pie.
F.d.','. January 19
Batter fried fish, grits, tartar
sauce, cabbage, carrot salad, peach
halves with whipped topping and,
... .. ,
Those students entering work
from Gulf ..- are:
Port St. Joe High .
Jan Hammock, -'.. King and
Port St. Joe ,' School,- Clau-
dia F..- -'.,--: -.. 'teacher- Joan
Sehoells, Vickie Boyd, John Under-
wood, Carol. :- Wilson,
mt owa. WO( 001 ii L.5 U 0
I time to ie. Delta Exploration is cautioning
all. ,. .. to '. "Men Working" signs when
ET.A in t- areas.
DELTA EXPLORATION CO.
r 1 I tl sI
'- i 1
PAG FOUB 1E STAR, Port St. Jo. Florida THURSDAY, JAtIsY 11, 1973
S- Shop Our Discount Specials
3 POUND PACKAGE or MORE FRESH
Here's Where You Get No n6 so .to
S flM O REty i7
For Your Money!
Specials Effective January 10 through January 3, 1972
We.Accept U.S.D.A. Food Stamps
Colonial or White Gwld
IMM 1. wit $.pofM4ore Pumrcase
Selected Sp ial's
Lyke'-, 15 Oi. Cans
CHILI with Beans 3 cons
Texize Pink Lotion
DETERGENT 32 oz. 39c
Comet 14 Oz. C ans
CLEANSER 3 cons 45c
Bl.il.bufn No. 5 Jar
PAr Aie Buttrmk 2 Lb. Boy
Si Yoiur Pleasure Is Always Our Policy At Piggly V
RICH TEX Brand,-
LIMIT. 1 with $7.00 O4rder or More
LMIT .. 1 with ,17,it or More Purchiase
3 POUND PACKAGE OR MORE
GROUND CHUCK Ilb. 89c
STEW BEEF----- b. 99c
" TENDER BEEF
CUBED STEAK --- lb. $1.29
BEEF LIVER -- lb. 59c
. ESY MORN "
.4 Pound Box
BACON ENDS ------- box $1.29
SMOKED CHOPS lb. 69c
Shank Portion '
TENDERIZED HAM __ Ilb. 69c
S..'nl; rSt:d3 Good'Timer
WIE1N'ERS3,-.---- 3pkgs. $1.39
Quartered BREAST ----lb. 49c
Quartered THIGHS ----- lb. 39c
GA. GRADE "A" FRESH
Whole FRYERS---- lb. 36c
DRUMSTICKS lb. 59c
RED HOTS- .b------b. 79c
Clark's .... .
CHOPPED SIRLOINS pkg. $1.19
PORK BACKBONE b. 59c
PAN SAUSAGE -Ib. 49c
3 LB. CAN
Everyday Low Prices
COFFEE Mlb 88c
CRISCO 3 lb. can 88c
46 OZ. CANS
Sunbeam King Size Loaves
BREAD --- 3 for $1.00
Giant Size ,; .
TIDE --- pkg. 79c
BABY FOOD ---- jar 10c
NO. 2V2' CANS PARADE
Half Gallon I E R
CL0'ROX .ug 29c
Twin Oaks No. 303 Can
TOMATOES can 18c
MAYONNAISE qt. 49c
Robin Hood 1T
F L 0 U R--- 5 b. bag 59c
22 Oz. Parade Liquid
DETERGENT ------ tl. 39c
Shop Piggly Wiggly and Save 2 Ways
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973
R. H. Brinson Ends 47 Year Career
R. H. (Red) Brinson, 216 Sixth Hagen, deorgia, later lived in
Street, made his final train run Brooklet, Georgia where he at-
. December 31, on the Apalachicola tended and completed school in
Northren's engine No. 709. Upon 1923. During his school years he
his' retirement he had completed worked part time in the postoffice
34 continuous years service with and as night telephone operator
the Apalachicola Northern and a and later, for a short while, tried
41 year railroad career. his hand at saw-milling. -
Brinson, the son of a railroad He began his railroad career in
man, the late ML T. Brinson, of August, 1925 as a section hand in
Port-St. Joe, was born in 1904 in Egypt, Georgia with-the Savannah
If you're' looking for p delicious, yet easy to mi
. mded dessert for tonight dinner,here's an excel
ore chocolate co ee cake, the perfect ending to any
... Chocolate Coffee Cake
cup butter, softened %, cup boiling
1 cOap n ily-paed caps floutw
SAsugar % teaspoon ba
.. apoon Neseaf, teaspoons a
Sioszp. (l cup) Nestl6'8 Sem!-Sweet Chocolate
S heat oven to 50*F. In large mixing bowl co
and brown sugar. Blend in egg. Add NescafM %o bo]
nd stir. Add to creamed nfiture and blend. Gra
F lour, baldg Boda, and saltP mix thoroughly. Stir in
" ocolate models '.nd spread In greased and floutq
Bake atu &.P. Tneso 80 minutes. Cool and
SCffee Idng ; .
2% ops slfted 4 teaspoons n
onfectioners sugar 1 teaspoon
% cup butter, softened Nescaf
bowl combine all ingredients and beat unWtil oas
^i 8sgna~cake.. .',
division "of the Central of Georgia golf game. It also seems that he
Railroad, now a part of the giant and Mrs. Brinson have friends and
Southern Railroad. In 1926 he lo- relatives in every town in South
cated in Climax, Georgia and was Georgia and they plan to renew
employed in the freight office of some of these old acquaintances
the Atlantic Coast Line. Railroad now that time permits.
as a transfer clerk and was a stu-
dent telegraph operator under the
tuteledge of an uncle, C. A. Cook. Marianna Ditr t
It was in Climax that he met and alul I.strict
married Miss Eunice Hester on Oraa--a' on o-
June15. i .Ora nization, of M
In late 1927 he was transferred
to the Atlantic Coast Line's bridge
building and repair department
and was assigned to the Montgom-
ery, Alabama district for 10 years
and rose to assistant foreman.
S These crews built and repaired
bridges frdm Climax to Savannah,
Georgia and as far north as Harts=
*. ville, Sohth Carolina, east to Jack-
sonville, and from that point
south to Orlando and west to Mont-
gomery, Alabama. 'During this per-
S ./. the Brinson's made their home
in Climax and began to raise their
family. One vivid memory Mr.
Brinson recalls was the six week
job of repairing a railroad bridge
at .Elba, Alabama washed out in
1929 by the flooding of the Pea
In 1937 Brinson-was furloughed
from the Coast Line 'due to a re-
duction in personnel and came to
Port St. Joe in Augurt, 1937, as an
employee of the Apalachicola Nor-
thern Railroad. His first assign.
ment iwas to the bridge crew as a
1i-.t r r-7r operator. In March,
ake budget 1938, he tr1.3. to the trans-
lent recipe: 1, ..:,-*'1 '*- ; r : and was em-
meal.' I'.. -'. :. at f ;.r..L He was pro-
moted to conductor in 1945 and
wtes 'has served in this capacity until
ldng his recent retirement.
S ','.', his r, '+.:- irs. ."i was pre-
ilt -' sented a gift by his V.krirre'fel-'
SMorsels low employees. Later in th~e eve-
'ebut& ning he was the honor guest at a
dually add supper held at' St. Joseph's E/
semi-sweet "',.try Club by hi. tLhei' 4 uhv%
18' area *[\.. -'Ws, Tt;:*i1 At- E<.wl
frostmwith I *w~wrs, A.!- Ar'- B 'al,
'ro'Te, Ir7.inrton, ,Georgia land
lk. ] ",. ',:iA.c Smith of Blakely, Geor-
-i '. Of. late Mr. Brinqa has become
.* Ma "- an avid golfer and new plans' to
devote wcrr tjno e Li tih pin his
Is An Exacting Science Too!
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PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE!
There are about as many dif-
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are Ycti:i.t needs. You can't buy
them' ill, so it is vitally important
that you consult with an expert
Call on us at any time!
WE PUT THE "SURE"
IN YOUR INSURANCE
Let's take a. a .mmi.,. r y.
know that YOU can be SUED! Some-
one may have an accident on property
you own. That someone can sue you,
his claim can WIPE YOU OUT un-
* FIRE BONDS
AT A MINIMUM COST
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You Paid $50,00 More In
State Taxes Last Year
Each Floridian paid nearly $50 in 1971 and the Florida State Tax receipts from auto tags, dri-
more in state taxes last year than Chamber of Commerce said the vers licenses, business and occupa-
state now ranks 24th in the nation tional licenses and other permits
in per capital tax collections, issued by the state were $245 mil-
In its Weekly Business Review, lion in fiscal year 1972, a gain of
Will Celebrate the State Chamber said total taxes $34 million over the $211 million
collected- by the state from sales, the previous fiscal year.
tIlodist W omen licenses, corporate income and Receipts f rom documentary
S -- -" other tax sources amounted to
more than $1.9 billion in fiscal
The Marinna District celebra- i. *" Youth :,r _;,--. of Trinity year 1972. This was an increase of
tion of the r..:- -" ..'. of United United Methodist CL..: _. Panama $409 million or 26 per cent over
i,=+;...' Women, will be observed .. -.: by Mrs. Wilburn the $1.5 billion collected in 1971
at 2:00 p.m., _'r *. .- 14, Tiller. when the state ranked 32nd in per
in the i' .--..!-.i -.1" of the First B- :*-. speakers will be Mrs. capital taxes.
United Methodist Church in Pan- J. B. Nichols of F.- ;: .: "- 3, retiring Florida's increase in tax revenue
ama City. .:.:- .1 instrumental and Alabama-West Florida Conference Florda's icreaseitax revenue
vocal music will .be provided by President of Women's Society of was the second highest in the na-
the Reverend C. 1 J.:-;i and the ',- r. Service and Mrs. Opal tion, outpaced only by Montana's
Barrow, Crestview, retiring Ala- 35 per cent increase.
bama- West Florida Conference' "Discounting thd $23 million,re-
At .Chairman of Wesleyan Service ceived from the corporate income
Bible Study At Chirman of Wesleyn Service
Guild. The Rev. John Lane, Mar- tax which ent into effect January
S: anna District Superintendent of '1, 1972, the state still had a size-
Methodist Church United Methodist Churches will able increase in tax revenue last
t serve communie n to those in at- year," commented Ronald S. Spen-
serve communion to those in at- cer, Jr., Executive Vice President
-The First United Methodist tendance. of the State 4 .
., .-r, ts .:-.1-... -: a four week Mrs. R E. Brown of Panama The Review .:.: that without
Bible study course on the book of City, retiring Mariahna District corporate income tax collections
Romans. .n-: of Wbmen's Society of the increase was $381 million or
The classes will 'be held each" ...:'- : Service and Mrs. 0. Ko 24 per cent.
Thursday evening' at 7:00 p.m. at Williams of E.:_.: retiring Mar- Taxes collected on retail store
the church with Mrs. Wayne Biggs ianna District Chairman of Wesley- items, fuel, '.- *: alcohol,
-...:_ the study. an Service Guild will preside over amusements and other commodio
E..-.._ is invited to attend. 14,. business meeting. ties amounted to .-. billion in
*- Officers for the. newly' organiz- fiscal year 19" "'. million
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT ed Marianna District United Me- more than the $1.3 billion collect-
Mr. and Mrs D. W. K.'J' f:-i. Jr., "' Women will be elected and ed .in 1971
of" Savannah, Georgia, an-ounce installed. A special .offering for "The increase in and use
the birth of a daughter, Susan Vic the United '.-r.-.. _-'. Committee tax revenue reflects not only grea-
toria on January 1. The for ReHef will be taken, ter buying F on the :" of
,,. :.. six pounds, seven ounces. The Marianna .-.'-:t is composed, : ." residents, but also the buy-
Maternal k' ..'.. ..are Mr. and of P: '. :",. Gulf, Holmes, ing '. of the minions of tour-
Mrs. R. F. Maxwell, Jr., of this .... .' and *- V..1-.,i ists in Florida last ': ." Spencer
city. :,, ., added.
stamps came .to $88 million, $30u
million more than 1971's $58 mil-
lion. Receipts from all other taxes
including the corporate income tax
came to $140 million, a gain of $85
million over the $55 million re-
ceived in 1971.
IRS Has Tax Forms
Do you need tax forms from the
Internal Revenue Service? If so,
you will probably find that they
are easier to obtain this year.
The Panama City IRS office has
installed a new Code-A-Phone sys-
tem for handling all requests for
tax forms. Panama City area tax
payers can now reach an automa-
tic recorder by dialing 785-3222.
"These recorders", according to
A. J. O'Donnell, Florida IRS dis-
trict director, "ask the caller to
state his name, mailing address
and zip code, the specific tax forms
needed and .j,j +.. .-. of each".'
An -.. -ti;,'., benefit of the
S'....',- r K.,- number is that a
person need not call during nor-
mal IRS office hours. The record-
ers will be running 24 hours a day,
seven days a week ;j., [l int' the
tax payer to order at his conven-
Size. BJpckwalls Whitewalls Fed. Ex.talc
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
Jimmy's Phillips "66" Station
J uut5.0' VA9
..AGE IX WE STAR Port St. Joe, Florlda
THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973
Florida Banks Set Merger
With Ellis Banking Corp.
Announcement has been made
by Chauncey W. Lever,' Presi-
dent, Florida National Banks of
Florida, Inc., and A. L. Ellis,
Chairman of the: Board of Ellis
Banking Corporation, of a pro-
posed merger which has been
agreed to in .:.,:,'. .::.'i ..t
to approval of the respective
Boards of Directors and of the
regulatory agencies, under the
title of "Florida. ::- Ellis
It.. was agreed that Mr. Ellis
will be Chairman of the Board of
Directors and Mr. Lever will, be
President of the consolidated
*banking organization with direc-
tors, officer' and employees be-
ing combined in the operation.
Upon -.:' :: of'the mer-
ger, the\ resulting -"." com-
pany would have consolidated re-
sources of p:.;.:.. 'r $1.9
.. .'with '- : F: of ap-
... .-,, v y: -. ac-
:.. .- !. -: r L .--- .'
The .:'-.". r_ -: hold-
ing company wodid .be the larg-
.est in the : i. :'. tof'the
largest in the nation with capital
funds placing it the fourth larg-
est 'in the 'nation with capital
funds placing it the fourth larg-
est of all multi-bank holding
With this merger and the com-
.. :. of .; r : :i ,
52 banks will result in the con-
solidated banking :-:ri:.;. r
Florida National Ellis Banks,
All major marketing areas of
the entire state from Fernandina
Beach, to Key West, to Pensacola
will be represented in the organ-
'SS' DELO JEAN MAJLLE
50 Years Together
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pers 'f-- ts"~tiered c j ~ '"
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,J1 c 4- -Mrs. 11. P S A, ri uaa
ci~~~I ii''vri-j-6.F'[' N lb r. nd -'
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.dll lJLr Tr
Thrift Shop Names Eta Upsilon Has
Weekly Workers Christmas Dinner CONME JEAN BOONE
f.l r,..i y. W ,.'"... will r:,'.t' rt dinner'.m : .L ngagem ent
S .,. (F.t.. "* I-' I r" '' :'i F eem n .: .i "" I r "+ |'1 A nnounr ed
l l.,y 11" Ps r,- .: -, -.i ,rI -. .i. *' D Mrs. Jack Boone, 308
nd M .. ... .,- .. ,.-'. Avenue announce the. e-
S M _. E J ,_-v i ,, .i. h ,'. .r ...* r .....; ... '.1 of I ',ment a .. ... r : r',' Je ,a
., V R ., .' .h d :to Sgt; o iD -" 'C ,"' 'ion 6..i
," .i r" ..... ', ,-,'. .;h'; ', '- fthe .late M r. '*', '. .-, 'h
M., M.... i te tiAe- i6....; :
try Hurl.. .lbut Air Foree Base;
M + f "- .'" '' 'The, r' be an event
1, ., .. ,. ... of anuay 21 .. l
S .S F ~D ADS- .... 'L -: T -r- ',h t
The fine business you favored us with during 1972
W e ll Contin ue
to bring you the freshest and finest
Seafood In Season
during the coming year
FRESH GULF SEAFOOD IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES
Raffield Fish Market
T. J. and MERLENE RAFFIELD
LOCATED AT RAFFIELD FISHERIES ON THE CANAL
Telephone 229-6595 I
1[ -- I I**1T 'l I .. ,1 *j ... '1
S Carol Denise Fenn
Carol" Demfie Penn, celebrated
.... :, ithday Friday, January
I:. -A.h party at the home of her
Sr. .,.. .. Ann Fenn, 2X.
Leo C. Jones Announces Appointment
Of Six More to State Attorney Staff
Leo C. Jones od Panama City, vision, the State Attorney's Office
State .' .::;. .:- the 14th Judi- now, prosecutes all felonies, mis-
cial Circuit, of 'Florida, :. :.r-.r demeanors, juvenile crimes and
Bay, C .r: ;' i H.H : J ;':' .:-. : : : Prior to .'::. -"'
son a "- i. i' -:. .an- 1, 1973, only felonies were handled',
ounces the appointment of six ad- by 'the' State Attorney. Therefore,
ditional assistants state attorney to additional personnel was needed
his staff, to handle the increased volume of
They are Rowlett W. Bryant, Al- The other assistants state 'attor-
ton O. Paulk and Clinton E. Foster ney e Jones' staff are J. Paul
of P :,. ; ':; Philip J. Knight Griffith of Marianna, who has been
... Blounttown; Jo .. ..'. an assistant for approximately 12
I '. .r LlThomas G. '-...:'I, and Russell Bower of
,+'_;1..'..,j). _! of: these men are,.... who, has been with
well-known, '-.r.P... experienced the State 0.*. .r Office for the
attorneys and will be valuable da- past two years.
editionss to.the State Attorney's Of--
fice, Jones stated.
The primary ..:':raL:Aa /' of
Bryant, Paulk and, Foster will be
in Bay County; Knight in Calhoun
-..ad Gulf Counties; Roberts in
J ckson County; Holley in Holmes
i.ad 7/a:h-in-.',n Counties. Jones
-nmp.asized,' however, that all as-
sistants would, work. anywhere, in
,he circuit when they are needed;
that.each of them ,is an assistant
te tto'rry and as such is
a.ubject to. duty anywhere' in
:Under the A.,.ice V Court
Mor, ..-.. T.:. r and Other Liens on Real Estate
All Other Loans
MR -an MRS. W. R. AL1EBM
Mr. and Mrs. 4'.,i 1. Mallett
of Port St. Joe announce the en-
S- ._. and .; .' r,,.. ,..
'riage of ,their daughter,--Delores
Jean to -Larry David', Griffin,
son of.B. BR. Williams of ";' -
The wedding will be an event
All friends and relatives of the
couple are imnrted to -t0 ..*1 the
..-. + .---- "
SVi ro Wives Will Meet
'fi Bowman Home
The Vitro Wives will' meet
I1JT2U-- T.---, 19 LO ~.t. nf w :
.. .. i y, Janary 16 a, t 7.;ou30 p.U
,,f Saturday, January '20 in the- ,n i. bome: af Mrs. Elsie Bowmam.
.Church-,. at -7:00 AM Vitro, Wives are urged., to
Say You Saw It In The Stard.
Say You Saw It In The Star -
SReal Owned and in Judgment -
'. Loans .. ''.: ". IMade to F. :..t.- ;. Sale of Real Estate ........ 36,721.29
Cash on Hand and in Banks 814,377.63
Investments and Securities 45,300.00
Fixed 'Assets'less Depreciation 5,647.00
i .e f-,- r .-i :r- and Other Assets .---...----....... 56,383.57
TOTAL ASSETS $6,703,667.19
LIABILITIES and NET WORTH
..i; : Accounts $6,149,925.99
A ,: ":.:. from Federal Home, Loan Bank
Other Borrowed Money
Loans in Process -
Other L i.,', ./ 28,2931.5
General Reserves 337,472,42
Surplus ---- 187,975.63
TOTAL LIABILITIES and NET WORTH. $6,703,667.19
C.. G. COSTIN, SR., President; CECIL G. COSTIN, JR., Executive Vice-President and Attorney;
DWIGHT I. MARSHALL, SR., Vice-President; FRANK HANNON, Secretary-Treasurer.
W. 0. ANDERSON, GEORGE 'G. TAPPER, E. F. GUNN, M. BROOKS HAYES, FOREST A.
REVELL and W. L. FITZPATRICK
CHARLES J. STEVENS, JR. __----------Manager ELOYCE PRATT Bookkeeper
BETTY LEWIS Teller
DOROTHY WIMBERLY Teller
Member: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Member: Federal Home Loan Bank System
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $20,000.00
CITIZENS' FEDERAL SAVINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION
Port St. Joe, Florida
STATEMENT of CONDITION
After the Close of Business December 31, 1972
'. '. ? ,.
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Physical Education Part of
Physi4fl education is learning Not every student who engages open to boys and girls.
through physical activity. By par- in physical activity will become an Some of the individual sports
tincpating in various activities, stu- olympic athlete or even a memberr being taught are badminton, bhwl-
,dents. will improve their' physical, of the varsity athletic team,. How- ing, golf, tennis, tumbling, weather
social and mental well-being The ever, there is a' place for every ball and recreational games such
goals of the physical education student; By're&ding and learning as paddle tennis ,table tennis, deck
program are to increase the stu- about sports anrd by practicing the tennis, shuffleboard and hvise shoe
dent's physical strength, develop skills, a student may, improve his pitching.
motor skills for sports participa- playing, ability 'and his enjoyment Through the coperat of the
tion, gymnastics and other forms as a spect.tr citizens of the by
of efficient movement. ,The Ph :i.-luA riftki. De.nart- lowig th_ e of local facilities
In games and pports- a .student meant has irtroduc~d .a phas of such as the golf course on 1th
learns to work with others and cb- physical .,eve-..pm,,t into the pro-
operat with them' They learn to lgrai Tini s i the lifetime activity the eocth BowlingnLais hts help-
"take. it d give i without sports m :r is avaibleto ed' to L., the new program.
complaint and .to show sportsm3a l-y "itualent w#ha has completed
like thavior in the form of coir. their .to-year requirements and The Physical IT.,.i*, i.n tru`e-
age, persevqran.ce.., honestr;' l.yal. 6ulId iVe'-to further develop in- tors'include ~ : -' ..'.:-..~ ..Bar-
ty and fair. p11i'/ *'*sse q~uatres dihvidai' skiili- or take tan .-,.lt bara Eells, ,e Taylor, 7;T'l
will help a student get along '~dl for enjoymient- T. :.e cl :e:, .-. Lane and .'-i LrVter.
with others cc-recie3tional- ,n th at they *. -
S i r .. Mrs. Norris Hostess
Hospital Auxiliary Acknowledges To Eta Upsilon
Gifts ot Articles, to T hriftt Sho~p
Th-e Hospitd 'Adxaibax Trit /nra !1La2 Mrs W -Y-r*.e -*-* 7 .t E.f
Shop, aekn~wledges re'%eipt cof ardA -rjr Ur kez17eyO"
exp,ses liiz appctv~t-,' I fob,!S*~~ ~ *~' 1
foUorwrn.g OTtIAbIR~tor to ~h~oIM3~WiO~,MclfiHn I~ :;Y2i~i
-dur:ng. the n--',r~th of O T. rrb' di FaA "lrhl fU irn.-..,- -~
a"d Dpmmbe-i-. .A~.:P.' Mr: ;Pi:,-u Fsrr~'- Mr L'' "~*F
er, T/Ir-. J C A-'shogar.t. Arsr Tom h I d
r~o~~Iy, Mrs Glnn N P For; n, r,-- J ANfi-. Its iec.~;r~: vr~~I o
Torm Sr[,th, Mr Jimrn-i/ ',tin Prb !hi z *1;;iL'-r.- r -u r 1.-Sayr- ~
Nkuhit, Mrz. W E Wb;JyMs"n *
. ... .. ,
For Personal or Individual
as long as customer maintains a $100.00 minimum balance
$1.50 Maintenance Fee
should customer's minimum balance drop below $100.00
No Service Charge
made to students or customers 65 years of age, or older, regard-
less of bank balance.
Effective January 1, 1973
The above Service -Charge will be in effect provided you use per-
sonalized checks which can be purchased at a nominal charge'
through the Bank. .
If there are anyquestions in regards to Service Charge and person-
alized checks please contact the Bank.
Florida First National Bank
at PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
504 MONUMENT AVENUE
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973
Earn Physical Fitness Citations
x~'erf~ Ctst. nf-:.r FhI--`, : z.I Fitness last
;m mcw. !tr~,11 ton ht.re: Gene Mlore, I':
''~-.c ~ r Y~~h P; Rod Wilson
and Mike. 'T :-..,": -' ..ti : left to .0'i are: Brenda
Daniels, YT .i Wyatt, Paula T-r.i. r K. v. Vicki Sapp, La-
von Pace, ', ,r.ir Davis and Yvonne (.' -"1"
City Cage League Kicks off
T .ie -.1 7 F. -.;'i.. League got The third ga e :' McGee leading the winners with his 14
*,.,' ,,.:.. :;. night with and Hanson,,.with h ** '.,"' points. Winfield .... i 12. Han-
'hi games on tap. by a score of 40 to 38. Shackleford son had Weston and ...,., !. Fr.rd
The first game pitted' Kiwanis and Weston :. the winners with with 14 points each.
S..:t Peabody---in !r, -*.-:.'; win- 20 and 10 '. McGee was led In the ?,; j .. Davis nipped
m :. '.:' 52 to 49. Butts ,'" ., ,'. Knox and Jenkins ,- Jones' 4035. Ashe led the winners
;a C, i. ,the charge for Pea-.. i ', 10 and 10 points. with 11' .',.'". and Haddock added
body *tl, : and 14 points respec- i Monday games pitted Kiwanis eight. Jones led the losers .with 10
.'.' Kiwanis was led by Mongul against Buie; T, '.- vs. McGee points followed by Dodson with
and Thomas With 20 and 10 points, and Hanson i ..': T' eight.
.Lus added eight. ,Kiwanis-'nipped Buie 40-39 in -
The second game pitted Buidie the opener. Sims.and Martin paced
against Davis Buie,..i 1is 1[:.;:-j4 ] .'. i the winners with 13 and 11 points.
S'K b' lot. 1 vi .*f :- 4 "Buie led his team with 16 and ,
i r'. i .,.u l f; t.: 't.h 7, In the s. .-.5.1 t. 4 Ca, tPeabody .
,', I.T-I, 10- &ot.: rH.*ia'-,',:t''y downed.Hanson 51 to 46 with.Craig
Gulf 'County Men's League St. Joe Lanes
Campbell's Drugs toqk three' Shirt and T,'.l-;, .----
points '. Marvin's TV in bowl- ..,.,. ; TV
ing action last week. Clyde 'Par- Tommy's Gulf Serv.
ker's 516 led Campbells. Top man
for Marivn was Bill Barlow with a
Murdock's TV whit e-washed
Tommy's Gulf. : Murdock's had,
Wayne Ernst tossing a 492. Tom-
my's Gulf was led by : ': ".
with a 553.
St Joe Lanes took three ....
from Basic 'Magnesia. Harry I ,>.r
492 was tops ': the Lanes. *
had Jerry Tuttle in front with a
-., t and '.. dropped three
,,. ''i to Roche Furniture, Roche.
R ed *.' tossing a 508 and
-" *?,1 k, r, a 500. Bob
S-ed T with
-- Drugs 7 1
-::'*., I -. r'nmiture .---- 6
Basic Magnesia --------- 4
2 a i
LETTER 1EADS ENVELOPES -- BILL HEADS
CIRCULARS FORMS BUSINESS CARDS
BROCHURES SOCIETY PRINTING
-THE STAR -
A NEW SERVICE AT
For Information, Come by or Call
107 Second Street
PAGE EIGHT l*E -STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY. 11, '1S
by HELEN ST. JOHN
is right. Our American heritage, is
based on every man having his say,
and that is as it should be.
Mexico Beach is young, and hav-
ing growing pains, but let every
man know it is growing, and with
God's help, when we are through,
thpei will stand a town we ,can all
All of the residents of Mexico town care. Thank God they care! be proud of. A town with a good
Beach are peoplewho care for Nothing is sadder than a town so foundation, built by loving hands
theirtowp We are grateful so stagnant, as to grow up in weeds, out of the ideas of all its people,
astol fight for i towork so hard because no one would, .take the not always agreeing what is best
as to fight for s Iurt, to g th a- time to really bother to change .for her, but always working to bet-
Sande v.er stand. After iMexico anything or better themselves. Not ter her.
and .ill stand..After'Mexico so in Mexico Beach, Florida. We
Beach has outgrown its boundar- so Mexco Beach, Florida. We Ask 10 men their ideas on gov-
ies& and is bustling with new faro-ern not grow up mnweeds. -Too erment or procedure and you get
lies 'and found its rightful place many footsteps, going- to many 10 different opinions.
a as one of the loveliest resort towns places, to ever form a cobweb.
'in the world, we will relax. As the pilgrims fought their way Let all men know no matter
across this land. in the beginning,
Dont be misled, whenyou readthey surely did not agree on how about our town, we are all good
ariile After article about a town or where to begin to grow. That Gj1 f" r,. people, who are work-
whose citizens seemingly bic'ker 'attitude has been passed down .ng to make it a better tqwn. And
over first one issue then another. from father to son, in our very thisis a privilege we are all hum-
4YOu know, that the people 'in that genes-to fight for what you. feel bly grateful for.
Is headquarters for all your office supply needs. We stocks
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PHONE 227-3161 8006 WILLIAMS AVT
New Books At Port St. Joe Library
Several new books have been ad-
ded to the Port St. Joe Branch of
the Northwest Regional Library.
The books include:
"A Horse Around the House",
"Sea Fever", Marx.
"The Creation", Haas.
"Open .7. -: ', O'Niel
"Becoming Partners", Roberts.
'The "'.., 'J .i:ty, v.Monarch of.
the Sea", Cousteau. -
"Great Religions of the World",
National Geographic Society.
"Practical Handbook of Concrete
and Masonry; Electrical Repairs:
Plumbing and Heating", Day.
"Sylvia Sidney's Needlepoint",
"The Story Bible", Buck.
"The Complete Book of Patio
-. Toa y", McNally,
"The Odessa File", Forsyth.
"On the Night of the Seventh
. "To Serve Them All My Days",
"Speak To Me of Love", Eden.
S. S. Changes
by Florida',Poweri Cprp.
Try a "b'.4 f: -,t brightener". Copies of a payroll envelope leaf-
See a change in your family's let .ep':i'.g recent changes in
mood when you serve them a new the' social security law are avail-
breakfast idea. able to employers at the Panama
SAUSAGE-EGG BAKE City Social Security Office, accord-
pound bulk pork sausage ing to David Robinson, Social Se-
1 cup sifted flour (all purpose) curity Field Representative for
2 tablespoons sugar Gulf County.
4 teaspoons baking powder Called "Your 1973 Social Secur-
A% teaspoon salt ity Deductions," the leaflet ex-
1 cup yellow or white cornmeal plains how payroll .:,.. L...i..nc to
2 eggs '" social ':-.:.: .*. in January
1 cup milk : 1973 will build increased retire-
3 Lwr : .r A eggs, .I,.'.r' ment, .;:.:l survivors 'r 'r1 4
Brown pork sausage slowly in dicare .T.' -.,.: ..'. for employees,
electric skillet; drain, reserving %4 employers and self-employed peo-
cup drippings. Set aside. In mixing ple, Robinson said.
bowl sift -.' .-. :".: ;. flour, Fr' -.:'. with under 1,000 em-
sugar, v,-- ,? powder and salt; stir :ployees can get up to 1,000 copies
in .,"eb. or white cornmeal. Add of the leaflet free on request, Ro-
the two eggs, milk and reserved binson stated.
drippings. Beat with rotary beater The Panama City Social Security
just till smooth. Fold in browned office is at 1316 Harrison Ave., and
sausage and chopped hard-cookel the phone number is 763-5331.
eggs. Pour into- greased 9x9x2 inch ---- -
pan. Bake at 425 degrees till done, CARD OF THANKS
20 to 25- miintes. Serve warm We wish to offer our thanks to
with rm rgs:rne -1L maple syrup.; the Port St.Joe Fire r.-'.t: -rt,
Serves 6. :for. their prompt and timely re-!
*. sponse to O ;t' .- morning fue
BERRY GRAPEFRUIT CUP in our home o4n St. Joe Beach ear-
1 cup sugar ly r-' -.. morning.
2 cups. .ranbernies EARL L. BURROWS
3 grapefruit, peeled andl. see- and FAMILY
In 'saucepan combine sugar and
1 cup water; stir to dissolve ,sugar.
'Heat to Lo'ir,, boil 5 minutes.
Add cranberries; cook till skins
pop, about 5 minutes more. Re-
move from heat; chill: Pour cran-
berry mixture over r ,.(:': .'at sec-
tions in individual serving bowls.
Makes 6 servings.
WIhat do you van..
'a low cost
4 bedroom home ?
Mj- OR 0
Jim Walter builds a better buy!
Some families need a four-bedroom home,,. others time enjoying your home and your family while your even furnish the materials and include the cost in
just want one. Some don't need or'want'a home quite neighbors are fixing up and painting. That's because your mortgage if you ike.
.L .. ... n ..-= N E -- .---- .-- .. .
that large. But, at Jim Walter Homes it doesn't
matter what needs or wants you have... we build
them all...four bedrooms. three... two or just
one. Whatever you want. Jim Walter "better buy"
homes are custom built on your property in a wide
variety of sizes and models... and they all accent
comfort and functional beauty with special emphasis
on LOW COST. What do you waon? We'll build it
for you. I
And these custom built homes conform to high stand-
ards of quality to give you years and years of low
maintenance upkeep. You'll spend more of your spare
we use building materials that are especially selected
for long life aluminum windows, hardboard
"Wood made better" siding that holds paint years
longer than ordinary siding and heavy duty roofing,
to mention a few.. .
Now, to keep the* cost of your home even .Jower,
Jim Walter will build on your property, completely
finishing the outside-down to the last nail, the
shutters and the paint but stop at almost any stage
of inside completion .. you do the rest and save
money. The handier you are with tools and the more
interior work you do, the more you'll save. We'll
A LoMite LM of SecoIwdl-Howte fagef
to ouaffied pr operty owner,
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 3240,1
P. O. Box 246 -- 3303 West Highway 98
( OPEN 8'til 8 OPEN 8'til
Weekdays Sat. & Sun.
U OVER 20 "BETTER BUY" MODELS
a BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY
Call or 'write your local Jim Walter Homes' manager
today. He'll give you caomplts information and tha
low cost of buildhiig a four-bedroom, two-bath home
for you...or any other home you want or neld...
and explain how qualified property owners 'an get
INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING. Isn't it time you
moved up to a "better buy" by J..,'7' .l ,,*Sure it is.
JIM WALTER HOMES
(Mofl to nearest office)
I would ike to have more
Information and the cost of
building on my proper-y. I
I understand there would be
no obligation to buy and
tha you would give me these
facts free of charge.
Telephone (or neighbors)
If rural route please give directions
I own property in county.
"Smouldering Fires", Stevenson.
"Michael's Wife", Millauser.
"The Boxwood Maze", Plageman.
"A Game of Statues", Stevenson.
"Mrs. Starr Lives Alone", God-
"The Headstrong Houseboat',
"Emma In Lobe", Arundel.
"How Paper Is Made", Cooke.
"Gospel Stories," "Stories from
Canada", "Old Russia" and others,
"Benny's Animals", Selsam. I The Library is open from 1 to
"Magic Across the Table", Sev- 8 p.m. Monday and Thursday; 10
ern. a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday and
"Catch A Whale by the Tail", Friday; 10 a.m. to' 5 p.m., Saturday
Riccuiti. and closed'all day Wednesday and
"Mary the Little Broomstick", Sunday.
Winter Time Delights
' or t e active sports enthusiast, nutritious soup zonowed by
energy filled two-tone spicy brownies and black and white shortw
bread chocolate bars are a must for these wintery days ahead.
Two-Tone Spicy Brownies ,
% cup butter egg -.
1% cups sugar .1 teaspoon vanilla
1 84-oz. can (1 % ups) / extract
shredded coconut 1% cups 1our
2 6-oz. pkgs. (2 cups) Nestl4's 1 teaspoon cinnamonlo
Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels % teaspoon baking soda'
' Preheat oven to 875*F. In saucepan over medium heat melt
14 cup butter and stir in % cup sugar and coconut. Blend i
1 6-oz. pkg. (1 cup) semi-sweet chocolate morsels and heat unt
morsels are melted. Spread on bottom of greased 18" x 9"V x
pan. In bowl combine % cup butter ,and 1 cup sugar and beat
until creamy. Beat in egg and vanilla extract. Blend in flour,
80 minutes. Cool and cut into 2" x 1" bars. Makes 4 dozen bars.
S' Black and White Shortbread -
cup butter, softened 1 teaspoonalIa
S cup firmly-packed I extract-
ia brow n sugar 1 Sc p flouP
( 6-os. pkg. (1 cp) Sedmi-Sweet Chocolate Moors.~
.. 'reheat ove to 8S0*F. In bowl combine butter, lbro~
and vaSla extiat; beat until creamy. Add flour and blend
St I aeri-eet chocolate morsels. Spread in ras ed
Wquare p Bake at: 85*SF. Time: 20 mtiute Cooand ct
into 8" x lu._xs. Makes 1 dozen bars.
L "PORE BOY'S CORNER"
IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 11, 12, 13
'With $10.00 Order or More
> SUGAR----5 Ib.bag 49c
.,Cake & Frosting Mix 2 for 25c
2 Dozen 89c
Georgia Grade "A"
Fresh Hard, Head U. S. No. 1 IRISH
CABBAGE-----lb. lO0c POTATOES -- 10 Ibs. 79c
Golden Ripe Del Monte Cream Style
BANANAS ------lb. 10c White Corn -- 4 cans $1.00
KLEENEX or VIVA ,- Jumbo Rolls
PAPER TOWELS 3---- rolls $1.00
Georgia Grade "A" Smoked
FR YE RS------- Ib. 35c P'ICN i CS l--- b. 49c
Fresh Ground Every Day
Hamburger 3 Ibs. $1.59
Shoulder ,, "r Full Cut
Round STEAK -----Ib. 99c Round STEAK- lb. $1.19
Tender, Delicious Beef
7-Bone STEAK -----b. 89c RIB STEW -------- Ilb. 59c
Blade Cut Fresh Pork
Chuck ROAST -- Ib. 69c NECK BONES ---- lb. 39c
Standing Choice Beef
RIB ROAST ---- lb. $1.19 Sirloin STEAK lb. $1.39
Full of Flavor Choice Beef
RIB STEAK ------lb. $1.29 T-Bone STEAK lb. $1.49
Whole or Ha l Aq flON
- And A Host of Ofter Office Needs--
- s ap4l -c~p~ 1 9i1~4`1 sl
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 PAGE NIN.
,thriog "-3 SHOP RIH'S, Port St. Joe, SAVE TIME and MONEY!
IGA VELDA -BORDEN GAL. JUG
With $10.00 Order or More .
'.IGA No6 303 Cans
FRUIT COCKTAIL 3cans 89c
IGA ritWel'. E" 'oI ,i Cir-,ir, Style No. 303 Cans
GOLDEN CORN 3 cans 59c
IGA Fancy 9.IVI P`i: No. .'3Carp,
TOMATOES 4cons $1.00
IGA No. W Ca- 'L-,7 ; 5" ," :.
APPLE SAUCE 5 cans $1.00
toffee Creamer 16 oz. 69c
Laundry Bleach gal.' 45-c
IGA Pink or -Lemon
Liquid Detergent --32 oz. 49c
Kraft 1000 Isle
Salad Dressing 6 oz. 69c
Kraft (with ire .'j- e)- 1913/'r,
SPAGHETTI pkg. 59c
Penny Tall Cans ,' ;-
DOG FOOD 10 cans $1.00
China, roll Large
LIMA BEANS 24 oz. 59c
Black 'Pepper -4 oz. 49c
'Popsrite (In: Oil),
POPCORN 19 oz. jar 39c
Now Is the Time to Plant
)WE HAVE THE SETS!
.Lifetime Plastic 10 Inch
Hanging Planter $1.59
q. F'I 1.U: TABLFjIE E-7 BLADE CUT
IGA 1% Lb. Loaves
SANDWICH BREAD 3 for 89c Chuck KoaSt
IG A (SAVE 4c) Pkg. of 24
PETITE ROLLS '- pkg. 37c
Bama STRAWBERRY -18 Oz. Jar
Preserves 48c Lb.
:ROZEN FOOD -.s.
JUICE 6 an7 C
VEGETABLES --- 24 oz. 49c
SSea Pak '
FISH STICKS ---8 oz. 49c
P. k. Lb. Pkg.
Tablerite.- 8 Qz. Cans
BISCUITS 6 cans 49c
CHEESE SINGLES 1 lb. pkg. 89c
'Ci; .,-- 14 Oz. Cans
Comet 5 c 69c
Regular 69c Value
BAYER ASPIRIN -- pkg. of 50 49c
Pepsodent Hard, Med., Soft (Reg. 69c)
TOOTH BRUSHES --- each 49c
Listerine Asst. Flavors (Reg. 79c Value)
Throat Lozenges ----pkg. of 18 59c
Hygiene Deodorant (Regular $1.49 Value)
PRISTEEN ---------2.5 oz. $1.19
Tablerite 'Round Bone
I, r i All ?.1 d
LB- Tablerite :., Butt
O'z-. Pkg. '58c
T A With $15.00 Order or More
Chuck STEAK 88c doz. Eggs Free
Ground Beef 78c IGA kg. of 20
Tablerite LB. ITRASH
Pork STEAKS 88c BAGS 07C
FRESH J ICJ' FLORIDA
5 EARS 49c
Listen to WJOE for Wednesday Specials
Extra Special Values at RICH'S from 2:00 to 6:00 P.M.
1 Bushel Bag NAVEL TURNIPS MUSTARD COLLARDS
Oranges $1.29 Lg. Bunches Greens
%Bushel Bag NAVEL Fresh Florida
Oranges $2.49 Grapefruit
Lge. Hd. Hard Head
HOME GROWN FRESH
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -El NOT STAMPS
KnREIT, rujLAMu:iuNr C. AO I. 17
TROL BONDS, SERIES A W MAY WA ,JER
ORDER Circuif Judge
NOTICE TO STATE OF FLOlR A trbm e py Attest:
IDA, AND THE SEVERAL TAX- 'PAIJL F HAPF'I-'ITE.L
PAYER',7. PROPERTY OWNERS Cltr Cir-out Court
AND CITIZENS THEREOF, IN. Leon County. Florida
CLUDING .NON-RESITLJNT3 OWN By Joy Gold. I.. C.
ING PROPERTY OR SU-BJECT TO CERTIFICATE
TAXATION THEREIN, AND ALL It h hereby certfi- that a .opy
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING of the foreg-.ing Or.er. to wbich is
ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER-' attached a co.y tbh C, i.t =.int
iFSI .N PROPERTY I0 BE AF I referred if, tu.rti io, ,; nE fur-
IFFCTED ?V THE ISSUANCE QF | Wi U. Ika'.
"TE REVE. -rJE IiONT; DiSCRI- Ste ...,:. f ,r < 'c.',,d 3;J-
i-: HE:.Ei. A-1D ,,T.LL O'THE.RSi dicial u, t ;.,f t-I :*.. ',f 1.rr-
O BE. A.FECTED f? AIN Y WAY '.Vi', 'a. l -., .'.'. ,
TI -I BY. 'the T-irt, e. r.. ,...;..- ,
you, -lid .each of you, and the andj Eite'nth J.u.'' '.,u
State of Florida, through t Stat'e f the Stei1? -f FJ.r'. t-by ir il'
Attorneys .of the S.S'!ud,. Fourth, of- b. ,;.( .'; '. I'.. A.D.
Seventh, Fourteenth, 'ar'd Eieb. .1972,.
teenth Judicial Circuits(,i F' H'i-r 1, d ,\ i f.: I, r :'FVirLD
are hereby required to appear be- and. ROBERT E. NIRO
.foe this Court in the Chambers of Attorneys' for laintiff
the.undersignede Circuit Judge at R mI 622, LArson A '..,
'the Leon County Courthouse in 2-,., .., 'l,,, 3t-214
STallahassee, Florida, on the 18th l___r e
day of January, 1973, at 10:00 A.M,
andshow cause, if any you have, INTHE CIRCU1T COURT
" ,why the -prayers of the Complaint OF THE FOURTEENTH JtU
.filed in the above-styled cause DICIAL CIRCUIT IN'AND
should not be granted and the rev- FOR GULF COUNTY,
Senue bonds.and proceedings val- FLORIDA,
'dated -and- confirmed as therein In Re: The.Marage of
prayed. The Bonds to be issued by ERNEST JAMES,
the Plaintiff, Division of Bond Fi Husband,
nanep of the Department of denI. and BESSIE MAE -JAMES,
eral Services of the State of Flor. Wife. -
Ida, are to be designated, dated, NOTICE OF ACTION
in denomination, of, and to mature TO: ERNEST JAMES
as follows: Address unknown
"$58,900,000 STATE OF FLOR- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
IDA, FULL FAITH AND CRE9 that 'a Petition for Dissolution Of
DIT,, POLLUTION CONTROL MArMane- /has been filed against
S BONDS, SERIES : A" you I[, tf.-.,i. 've styled Court and
to be dated July 1 or January 1 of you are i- jd I,, .(.rvP a copy of
4-thesyear inhwhich issued; in denom- your -'v.t, '.fe. if-stfy, to.
nation of $5,000 each; to mature the Petition on Il. l.,iilrr": At-
as .provided in the resolution au- torney, Fred N. Witten, whose ad-
thorizing the issuance of the Bonds dress is P. 0. Box 87, Port St. Joe,
not -to exceed 40 years from the Florida 32456, on or before. Feb-
stated date or dates of issuance, ,ruary 6, 1973, and file the original
aggregating the principal, amount with the Clerk of this Court either
ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED TO SELL!
Some Items One of A Kind...Some Floor Samples
Some Slightly Used REDUCTIONS up .to 50
W~e,-p7lemmon Fvlsh -wf auR
P. L, E T!
Valve and Seaf iReguinding
Valve Seal, Guide and Seat 'Installation
Disassembly *, Cleaning Inspection
Testing Head Crack Testing
'Head 'Resurfacing r
High Performance Services
Brake Drum and Disc 'Rotor Turning
40-Ton Hydraulic Press Shop
. JOE AUTO PARTS
Your NAPA Dealer
T.' r k
PIECE SOFA and CHAIR 169
,, s for :. to r--,-'- now you can have a wide r'
.. the molded back and thick chai r and sofa. This suite .. ideal for .' rooms or dens.
ids can't harm, it's covered '.-r easy to clean, -.:- of : to ... from at this low, low sale price.
Speed Queen Automatic
This Speed Queen Automatic Washer
has automatic cycles normal and
durable press plus a pre-wash soak cy-
cle. Hot, warm and cold wash water
temperature selection large family
capacity 3-way lint and sediment
removal system .. gleaming white
porcelain enamel top safety lid
switch plus many other great features.
Time and durable press cycles del-
icate and normal heat plus air fluff
MATTRESS ard BOX SPRINGS
2 SETS $148.00
dsevrabli h C1~i~~
uLnIY, p--a WtobaffI11A'
I4 PIECES Spanish Styling Dresser, Chest, Mirror, Bed Beds, Mattresses, Box Springs
Bedroom Suite $189 Twin Bed Sets
THE S'AR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973
S. ing off into the bay. The expelled
of Fifty-Eight Million Nine Hun- before service on Petitioner's At- water will be 90% pure.
dred Thousand Dolars ($58,900,000) toey or immediately thereafter, l a n. | c ir n te ati ei s said. oh -
and bearing interest, payable Semi- .otherwise a default will be enter- a tIme nt HIuIg' l A I In describing the size of the op-
ar .thirst(1,st)1da of ed against you for the relief de- ag il IantI H'ge VII eration, Tiest sa inc
Jamniy adb the first (1st) day ,nianded in the Petition. ines will carry waste waer to e
SofJ fe.oe ear. at the west. Dated this 2nd day of January, nt and treated water from the
I B -wnenthe Me W, ,'A.D.-973. .....plant and treated water from.the
r a s ch1 B GEORGE Y. CORE Port St. Joe's new Wastewater Treatment Plant will be a huge ids will be settled out of the i- plant Two clarifiers, 225 feet in
ot .interest at a rate .. Clerk, Circuit Cot operation, according to a descrip- quid, pumped over into a second diameter wil receive the waste
ret d th te a m r ate st rate -Q_- (S AL) .v C T .efenses,i enter will receive the waste
greatf'fi ,thd highest rate.- (SEAL) ,, O. TP :y of y w to, defenses, if ti of the plant and its operations settling tank for skimming and for the initial treatment stage. Pro-
mes -.u more fOP 3J IAL ,: -3; t -~' H.. -. -, G. Costin, given the Rotary Club last Thurs- then to a third operation for pres- visions have been made for adding
e with CCUI ~ F TIi STATE' J r, P S : -" y, ; whose day by Joe Tiest, resident engin- sing out even more liquids. The er lariier later.
roee there a.ag by OF FrLO1tA,.IN AND FOR '-'e t eer on the job. residue, containing some 40% li- an t e f the plant will be
nea CLA D 1_ 1- e in e te will be put into a kiln for el h
1. .. '.... C. ......r *: r.,,, 7. ..... ..efore. the .eer. thejoest, residtheuoerct"abngnin4.41.5.Million g ons per day with
a oi nd 'PA-., ctf C ; ,,., .-,^,- : t buthrt ng, 41 5pte start-up load of 34-9 mil-
fn :- 4 *h of the new. f i17 expected.,t
ae of t .S Cn '~..'.'... .7-te waer be collected at Ash from the kiln will amount on per day, which will
Cl* 1 t'i'] .i t i if .-.'; i nstallation now underconstrue. to about two truck loads a day, ac- diminish as St. Joe Paper Com-
'to a c op th izO NOT ce OF ACtION 'i .. u est of the overpass on *. to and wll result pany installs water saving devices
er to be-. "S- -'', ., 98. All '.S will be chlor- 7' .. from residue from the St. at their ; Of the input, St.
t T 2 ..T'. the -. '- at this sit and .u;'. to Joe Paper **" Joe P.per Compaiy is e I tn
tion,.whi-h shall not be ihia YO R .ikTTiTE Th n 3e ..,i3rd day of the 350 acre treatment site in All water extracted from the Tpi "p t iW sll" o was ity
1, Ft, ,_' ;.a .' | ..... f"' *, -. i 1 T ,
i ie o ,Id.-..,a-, C 14 A the main treatment site, sol- aereater thoroughly. drain-denDurkee 270
OR)EIRED in Chanm-
beS MTl .,- iCn.y ,'..a County,: r v.-
I R. ,.;.:;. ecembe doo. m r I Al i I *il mr l
I ~ _
THE STAR, %ort St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 PAGE ELEVEN
,I HERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES
Always do what is honest and fair for every
If an. advertised special is ever sold out asr the
Manager for a Raincheck. It entitled. y.ju to the
same item at the same special price the fol-
lowing week. Or if you wish weT''give you a
comparable item at the same specl ptes
A&P offers an unconditional money- back-guar-
antee. No matter what it is,. no matter who
makes it, if A&P sells it, A&P ~qarantees it.
UvIiii4IW YMWA I
-"SUPER-RHT" HEADED CUT WESTERN TENDER BEEF
PRICES IN THIS AD. ARE EFFECTIVE THROUGH SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1973
ITEMS OFFERED IN THIS AD. ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHER RETAILERS OR WHOLESALERS.
"SUPER-RIGHT" SKINLESS.-. BANQUET QUICK FROZEN ASSORTED
AlL Met Faka 120. 49I Meat ............ o39.
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF CHUCK COPELAND'S SLICED
Cuiul&Steh s ............. ..1-8 AllMeat....... 8.69 -
"SUPER-RIGHT" QUICK FROZEN CHOPPED COPELAND PURE PORK
Super-Rightea Bq a 4aaqe .. .. 7
SupA eg h R r Super-Right Market Sliced
CUBAN SANDWICH ea. 49c Sliced BACON- -- lb. 79c
,AN.Y ,+ -----.7-t
S"UPER-RIGfIT" "COUNTRY TREAT"
34LB. W 1L
AppbA BAG 4 tW.b BAG'
RED OR WHITE SEEDLESS "SUPER-RIGHT" SLICED BEEF, HAM OR
.FIt. .m.. 10 9 i C k.Sedu ....... 35P K,
RED 69t "SUPER-RIGHT" SLICED TURKEY, PASTRAMI OR
DAs~sA po f ................ GS.5
LARGE SIZE ZiPPER SKIN Super-Right Fresh
Rg, Twan~ 1~2/59* Pori NECK BONES-- lb. 35c
GRADE "A" FRESH FiA. OR GA.
CONSISTS OFR, -
* S BREAST QUARTERS 0 W"
* 3 E QUARTERS" -
*3WINGS LB C ,
.* .NEC KS
3 GI6BLETS ^ ^ ^ ," ;:
GRADE "A" FRESH FLA. or GA. .-
B **& R WITH BACKC
Splio BmUlrs .. L^ .
A & P BRAND DELICIOUS
PhW eCh .. t 790
CAP'N JOHN'S QUICK FROZEN FRENCH FRIED
CAP'N JOHN'5,QULCK FROZEN FRENCH FRIED
JiLidSLfa ............ KG.
Cap'n John's Quick Frozen
Shrimp Creole j1c
CHECK & COMPARED WHY PAY MORE?
K^ Ma meunid i JR590
SULTANA BRAND EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
SCaW SDMII "" 394
CHECK & COMPARE! EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
I Wi ei Ka......... ,O29
PURE VEGETABLE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
Di aOil, ......... 79
CHECK & COMPAREl EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!;
Ow -OwVT WB W, 89W V
FOR YOUR LAUNDRY EVERYDAY LOW PRICE,
C 'we Be $tk ....... t* 590
A & P BRAND EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
FOR YOUR LAUNDRY EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
Ti Deto u t 3-o z", r m 75
ANGEL SOFT ASSORTED COLORS
Pa p Tw 4 'T 1$O.4o
A & P. BRAND ASSORTED COLORS
REGULAR or SUPER EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
KoftTmepo ... '790
DISPOSABLE DIAPERS EVERYDAY LOW PRICE I
l ipeu ..................DA 30's
A&P BRAND DAYTIME
DisposeableDipam 3n C39
Gerber Strained 4/2 Ounce Jar
BABY FOOD ------ jar 10c
I 4 READY-TO-USE EVER
S... .... *0 *0 0901 00
YDAY LOW PRICES
Trqpicana Chilled Fresh
ORANGE JUICE 3 qt. ctn. 89c
FROZEN EVERYDAY LOW PRICEi
ASPOaOnqeJule '6 PACK1
MARVEL ASSORTED FLAVORS
nF utDam 4 a t 1. I
LUNCHEON MEAT EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
Ijfoa Cim ........ 65*
Infant Formula Ready-to-Feed
EN FAMIT ---32 oz. 63c
A & P BRAND PURE EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
CaM S0 5.............5s 4 9'
FOR RELIEF OF COLDS EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
Conet Cap. ACula ,o:O. W
REGULAR FLAVORED DOG FOOD 6-PACK
K --Rt ... .....CANS
ALL DIET EVERYDAY LOW PRICE!
Dai DoIFe. ........ 0/CAN
A&P BRAND SALTED OR UNSALTED
Salt9C.Neh M B 290
JANE PARKER ENRICHED REG. SLICED
JANE PARKER DANISH
PwftRi ....... .... i 5iN
JANE PARKER BAKERY FRESH
Cedctu Oe u.PPI 49*
JANE PARKER BAKERY FRESH
Pim ppl Pi........ 22-Z 490
o o o o e iti
SILVERBROOK EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
PN But .........o.. K79.
SINGLE SLICED AMERICAN
Kw#tChm ........ KG. 77 '
ENCORE SOLID EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
M &** ........9........6. ?G: W
DARI COUNTRY PASTEURIZED PROCESSED Imitation
Chme L4 .......... ....LOAF 69
SPa .......... oz. 29
.... ir~ +. g .... ..
ARE N PE(lAL5
-,jusT EVERYDAY LOW PRI(ES I
iA'GE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Jo. Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973
%to in a m a *e" .
a~m a In % a m
pol a t b mb."
4Wm 1 -m I6 pm
b"uq. km &aft fuw
duftL Ntop mba
v Id vDMUGso.ht""
Sellng Cak esinto
ThmewipIjx toi o rIac .ela
P~'e w .11 of W 166 mod boom
Ph's o~. 227-3371 or317 .Wibam
Pipyo f Free P ark'~lu tting
%Thd ShgethdIjrd Vie~w MfIremn-
10003irda "l 4i)av p, .~rs .oabarday.
cjling Mox. 2We:. i1,r Mr. -il
ora .-va "6r;4-.~-5 _v
d~ira Gi antb e tuckr m! ls t t i
In Tw Cage Victories
The Tiger- Sharks had only a
so-so -week on the hardwood
court this, past' week which',cost
them" a third loss in their rec-
ord for the year.
The Sharks rode a hot 'first
half to a 53-45 victory, over the
Walton' County.. Braves of De-.
runiak, Springs last Friday af-
Eight Shark- :w, a'ctio, in the
game "'u.ci~iC saw Sandy quin
toss 17 points through the hoop
to: lead the. Shark' scoring. Gary,'
Speiglitsadded 11 points for the;
hiirfk: WaGiAr j6g!is.or. paced the.
Brayes with 12 points.'
,Score.by'i q 3 1a3 -: -,
Port St. Job 16 19 8 8--53
Walton Co _-,10 .,8 9 ,8-45'
PORT ST. JOK--Bryant 3-3-9;
:2e..gt: 3-5 11; '.hardITherr, 3-0-
6 Qutnn 7-3-17, Hall 40-6, Russ
0-0' H,-rinwg 0-0-0;,Dixon 1-0-2.
WAi.LTON- M;Alard 1-0-2;-Hug-
,',s (.,4, 9 .,..r. ?.-'.12. Flour-
iju wi 0,, L i" 1 1 I, Blackman,
21, r1 d l : F0-0-. '
A rrAId thd period r b:6 the,
Shark- cl -, 5i-54.'loss to the
ilarianna: B ull dogs Saturday
,h[ ':.r he 'Sharks' .in ~t loss
of the yar, ,
T'.Qi~ .. :ra;'i.fa d -ledthe Shark
:ce.. hrh .I-Li .- :-'A.g,2 ,L,' A
pnirt 't bad b*fie, Ihen t: '( r
along, ad saw them fail 'b .iind
%.even ir.re t: A ir'triod
'iAge, when they out(.cored the
C ;_"-, ,,,...': l. 9 .-' sn q a Tri t e
eDnouah to pull the game uut. of
. r3,t by 'Mja 3't.Crl:
-I'it; :*. Tex, 15 15 9 14--5- 1
Ma.'ri-.a- ";_-J It: 16 9---54
Pt-p'P -ST. JOF, Bryint 3 t"6;
'-.*.*Lhr : 2-1 S; G anl r ry 7-1-
16.; t nn f.a10-; Hill I <-12
TI.-rrr 1-1; IR s "-0. .
1-2-4; Jackson 3-0-6; Myrich 8-0-
-16; Pruitt 3-2-8; .hillips 0-1-1;
Tuesday-night, the Sharks got
-back in the groove and d mol-
'ished 'the Blountstown Tigers af-'
'ter l ?... 1 ;. ,.: '*', a !'vic-
tory-. to ie' earlier in the
season. The Sharks coasted to a
51-36 victory .. ,
The Sharks had piled up a 10
.point' lead b., h' b~rz.? then ad-
ded to their lead, .,: 7 : 'r the
-'Tigers 16-8 in the third period.
Sandy Quinn puTped 17 points
,throug-" ..r .e.t ..Iqwed by
7 Tim ,.r',r,i",irre 'A-. i 16 and
University of West Florida, Chamber
Of Commerce, Offering Business Course
- Beginning ,Monday, January
15 The Uni-J-. euit. of West Flor-
:ida in o:iti,:n with the Port
St. Joe-Gulf C 'r..t-,r Chb-rtc:" of
Commerce and the SBA will pre-
sent a course-, on ,small, business
,management. The course is free
and eve.. .r,' : invited whether .
in business, or just interested in
t';': r.e -; r.:-r 0'c1't The ma-
t.er.n J p eo.r.:le'. -~',1i not only im-
prove the managerial abilities of
owners and Irp-..;,',e but will'.
be of benefit to ...'': e: in
learning skills for job ,-'.p, -
-The :':,i':.: to be presented.
are as follows:' January 15, "Sue-
cess 'i. Failure Factora ; J;t.'- '
ary 221 "Why .'tr 3r Buy
(And.'"'5 o They tr ja. i
Shoo l Entrance
29, T :It ,on FEbrviar:i 5,
. : :. r,;.4 ag ,o ,:.."'i : ;,'..;. r-* 12,
F~ rff i',Lr,'= L,.-. ini h'I'S.rt Term
Ie :: s.::-;7 1' F-.-.cords
and' Credit"; F.'t-i.b-,'y 26, "Safe-
The c --.I... ii'be r:i.ante
in Panama City at the' Gulf Coast
':' -r.:: College, Room C-106
on Monday evenings. from 7:00
to 9:00 p.m., There is no regis-
trtoinr, ust show up for the
"class, and yc.u do not have to be
present at the first class to at-
tend subsequent classes.
You need 'not have prior
"knowledge or experience in the
subject areas, they will' be in--
teresting and, informative to 'all
who attend; A certificate of com-
_pletion from, The University ,of
West Fin'ida and the'Small Busi-
ness. Arkr.i:r- '.n will be
awarridi thr,-.- ecor.mnletine all
VIM f A~.a-rt t n i~ ~'o CARO OF. THANKS.
2.id "'A" 6Ke askiin thb'i public Vie w-t~ud hk-e t(otake this means
rrid.'Iimpt,-smni a one! and offers of he'l'wh~en hui' ryhme.
viz :ilv~ T,,zrn1rn' mY i ')P -Au hdnot-k-r~, rAand weI
cW'i~rn at "l."(~o~ arw:AE.appu we iat ~~~ 1l~]4f~i;
t' ~ ~ '~Y(traffic iin; THflE V[C BTIRK.L'
ha~ ~ ~ ~ 1 -6'x '~~'We '~e, Ik' ______
iag. how's;er that rpuenls tli'-,r
ypmgstc _p_. hat ., ia-6 '*
fi-i ell & b Vperby ~ sI A y
a .' i- t r. 4,tlear lo-i'f V/e would
r 'W" Ie've;LtvP4'-1F; a fk-1' NOTICE TO RECEIVE
m,'.'j It~eWinhae a ac ISEALIED BIDS
"" nji.: ,' .'~: o :,- T.~ ~':~ of jnary mmin
'~,i~~ i dj'. irisr~
I re qiv.i ,-.ied bhids,-'lrm any per-
"It '/ '! be necessary to'move
traffic one-way out in the after-
noon because of the large num-
,ber of vehicles, involved. There
will :. traffic in -r out be-
tween 2:30 and 2:55 p.m. except
School buses. Crs will not be
able to leave the student park-
i,-. lot between 2:30 and 2:55
p.m. r .r. rt '. P to pick
:v.. jt: in, the afternoon
'.: E!, 'I r wait until around'
3.:00 p., orn make arrangements
for the youngsters to o'. '. to an
agreed-upon 'accessible a-re a,
such .as the *i .'6j lot
of the football field and meet
Wuthrich said further, "We
have'every '...fI; :,.:.I .'.it the
people'of Port St. Joe :v, Jl coop-
.erate, ias they have many times
in the past, to help us insure
the safety of our children."
son, company or corporation inter-
f,c LL ;.r fg rlie County the fol-
lowing d r b:, personal proper-
ONE (1) DISC HARROW and
ONE (1) SEEDER to be used with
a size 5,000. FORD DIESEL TRAC-
TOR with the .Atio.'/irig specifica-
i TJ'.i'DW Sht.. be at least nine
feet six inches' with at least twenty-
six-. .-.- "rh ;.L : "'.I blades
and at ]-1 *:.( a rin foot spacing
front and "t !e :-s. a. seven and one.
half foot spacing rear. Equipped
with : point lift type hitch,
ST,' F P One five foot, culti-
:,;:;-: ','', seederr attached.'Equip-
:,j' '', ",.h t.h; <; point lift type
E. -; will be received until 7:30
P.M., T M~,~.: ?2, 1973, atthe of.
fice :i '-. ,' : of Circuit Court,
P. 0. Box 968, Port St. Joe, Flor-
:; The Board reserves the right
.to reject any and all Ld-.
BOARD OF COUNTY
GUILFX, COUNTY, FLA..
t1 A. L. DAVIS, Chmn.
Gary Speights with 10. Garrett
led the Tigers with 13 points.'
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 10 18 16 7--51
3i;.^ -n 19 8 8 10-36
PORT ST. JOE--Bryant 1-1-3;
'Speights ',"-l'_ Grandberry 6-2-
16;. -C,..i'.]n 8-1-17; Hall 2-0-4;
0-4; Milton 2-1 4; Caster 4-1-9;
.Goodman 1-0-2; Garrett 5-3-13.
During. the coming week, the
Sharks will be at home to Chip-
ley Friday r i_-:. travel to Crest-
i',i' S;,tuIrdLiy n'd host Wewa-
Shl*:.:!.M:.l r.ext Tuew-.ii/
CARD OF THANKS unites a:
Though I feel very 'sbngy 1that time ag2
a public statement of gratitude creed.. M
can never replace the personal brother
expressions, I want to say "'thank -worthy
you" to all the friends and a- deed.
quaintances in the Port St. Joe Sinen
area who have so freely given so
much to me in material help, phy- AIn
sical assistance and spiritual up-
lifting, not only during the recent
death of my mother, but through C
the years past on many occasions.
It 4 truly heart-warming to be.
a' pa*t of such a community that .
THE ST. JOE PAPERMAKERS F
UNIO O Will'holdts .iriru., a,..etiu
at the Papermakers Union Hall loc
The time will be 7:00 p.m. M-:nb.:r
register, at the door for a 30/30 Rifl
at the c:!le f he '* 'n ng A repress
Insurance Conaniv 'lv l be present t
of isurs-nce as'-aihble to members. C
has also byen asked to attend.
+ Classified, Ads +
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom h.:-). 'fl f FOR RENT: Apartment.- 5i0 8tb WANTED: Man with service sta--
ly carpeted. 2% baths, 12 r Mtre ._ Pl.rh.oce .i.840. tfc-9.7, tion and mechanic experience.
Large living room, lar, ,tR-RE Appil y at Ralph and Henry's Stan-
In Oak Grove. Very .' ,:... I. IFOR RENT: OC edrm hou at r and He 's tan
t: ?.". ,:; .,_:. .' r l '.i > ,, P,; ,.'h. Fur' s.hed i. Co d-1 dard Service. tfc-8-3
It .'i Sumith s ."armacy. Phone 227-. ..
FOR SALE: 20 foot ..i. sail- 5111. ltfe9-2
.boat..PPhone 648-3934. Itp T bech GEORGE S. COODY
'FOR SALE: '62 "T1" .': station Il t ea lienat3bl mn,.tyhl rates Electrical Contractor
wagon. Auto, radio; heater, good Flne .227-4f~ I r 22784,. fic Residential and Industrial
mill car, $100. .Phil Barton.. Phone Wirinv and Appliance Repairs
229-6203. .ltp The Best Costs Less All AWork Guaranteed
FOR'SALE: Lots ,suitable fortrail
er and, trailer lot. Oak :Gire. See A R T U 'N G '
Brooks Anderson in trailer Oak The Pait Made wi FOR CHAN LINK FENCE
,oSs :TU OILry Selphs. Free e hate,
FORS.... TU O Guarantee on labor and materials.
FOR SAhEM 1V2' C bcn o mn 1 Oil base, Viny and Lates Low down payment. Phone 227.
heat and air. Call 229-6801 after
0pri. 21p-4 See orCa MC's PAWN and SWAP SHOP
....>- mo- Cta a. ri'sMtl "s FOR SALE:-. Guru radios tape
,FORSAL: 8', ta- e ith --players, TV's. tools, jewelry,
Sces,..e: 123 Phone-22 2t7691. Ph. 227.7751 dishes and gla_.watr ourr30-
..p-14 _- _. ..._. day lay-afay plah. 102 5th :St.,
SURPLUS TRUCKS FOR SALE: Up -Highland View. Phone 229-6193.
FOR SALE: Barrel hore. For Luu(.., h'1:; conventional track tfie1-4
more mforo.-ii'on .al 721,2441 tor, some sleepers, White, Mack "4- --. -- -
*.: 2 '((03 ft- r 2 '1 4 and Ford. Many to choose forn. FOR W Ni G NEEDS we James
S- Comjrib-,:3 <3ied rti ^L, 10 spe-, L i, 1302 PalmI Blvd.
FOR SALE: 2 btJioomn hou-.e (ful. trasm,:,on, La'lemn dive aod tagI _07 1l
ly c0ipeted in living -rcrm-and al- ',,: 'to sell. F:.,-m $2S0t -
one bi-droom) chain link fence to 5,9 For information and Jo-
around entire lot. 8-10 storage c.bon ;J Schwerman Trcking
h,.use !nclued. ee at 515 4'h C,, p p.,,. 25, Bainbridge, Ga. 101/ ff
Street or call 2=72711, extension 912242455 2 3teB12n20 1r 0% of
259, tfe-11- 4 3 2
FOR SALE: s bedroom house with
den. Good neighborhood. Call
229-5821. '.. tfec-10-29
FOR WENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apart-
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They must be seen to be appreciat-
ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince
at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER
PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413
or 648-3101. tfc-10-28
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Con-
tact Hollanday Motel, phone 648-
HELP WANTED: Cocktail waitress.
Apply .Wonder Bar. 4te-12-20
WANTED by individual. Approxi-
mately 300 acres suitable for cat-
tle, cleared or uncleared. Some
low land would be okay. Phone 268-'
6874 or write K. Dinkla, 11042
Scott Mill Road, Jacksonville,
Florida 32217. 1 8tp-11-23
WANT A HOME for a German Po-
lice dog. Good watch dog. Needs.
room in country or on farm. See
Loran Kelley at Highland View.
LOSE WEIGHT with New Shape
tablets. 10 day supply only $1.49.
At CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE.
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Friday kand Saturday
January 12 and 13
2 BIG SHOWS!
Popular Youth Show
Mighty Fine Western
Next Week End
"PICK-UP ON 101"
"DR. GOLDFOOT and the
Funeral Home6 '
Every Saturday Night
Beginning DeCember 16,
10 SPEED BIKES IN STOCK. Men's
women's. Racing style. Touring
style. Credit terms availabe.'WES-
TERN AUTO, Port St. Joe. 6415
PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo-
tional problems and/or concerns.
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
St. Joe, Florida 2294621 or Rev.
Sidney Ellis, 22-659.
HELP WANTED: Experienced tire'
. recappe-s or trainees. No expert
ience necessary .for trainees. A
permanent job. and apply jin per-
son at Panama City Recapping Co.,
Springfield. Plant located., one
block. behind Springfield City Hal.
Phone 785-6470. tfe-1O
I WILL KEEP CHILDRENin 'l
home from age 3. and _up. N,, t
and day care. Contact Mrs. Nell
Smith at 511 Woodward Ave.
INCOME. TAX tSRVICE
901 Garrison Ave.
Saturday Sunday, All Day
Monday thru. Fday,
after 6:00 p.m.
PAINT Dealer In Port St. Joe
and AIPQ LANCES
300 Sai Ave.
C. P. Etheredge
i18 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Pla.
:all 229-4986 for Free Estimmit
ON gALL FABRICS
A iteXCO BEACH
*vy- P8 Phone B y11
Complete Beauty Service
G&ADYS NICHOLS -
SI m now 'servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. 'I
you have human hair or syn-
thetic which you would lie
to have serviced quickly 'at
low prices ...
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 2294311 .or 227-4853
9-21 JANICE STOKES tfe
In Wewakitchki and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped oLt CaD
Buford Griffin. Phone 2294004
R.A.M.-Regular convocaton oa St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, &Ax,
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
visiting companions welcome.
WALTER GRAHAM, IL, P.
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11&6'
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular coin.
,.ai.a.teonof Port St. Joe Lodge
No F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOY E. ADAMS, W.M
HERBERT L BURGER, Secty
nd proves itself tilne and.
min-regardless of race or
[y prayer .is that my God
His wisdom created the
ood of man may make me'
of your each and every
RS. W. P. (Deda) GILBERT"
Investments That Yield
z J.uiiar, 23,'1973,
ated on 6th Street.
. will be eligible to
le to be given away
tentative from Cona
to discuss the types
)ur Federal Auditor
SOne step won't take you ry far,
O ne, st. 0 Y U r.
S You've got to keep on walking.
One word won't tell 'em who you are
You've got to keep on talking.
SAn inch won't make you very tall,
You've got to keep on growing.
One little ad won't do it all,
You've got to keep them going.,
A constant drop of water
Wears away the hardest stone;
By constant gnawin', Towserr
M asticates the toughest bone.
The constant, cooing lover
Carries off the blushing maid.
-< '* '. .
And the constant advertiser
Is the one who gets the trade!
HARD TO BELIEVE?
MAKE US PROVE ITI
THE MARINES ARE LOOKING
FOR A FEW GOOD MEN
WHO WANT. TO LEARN
If you're a high school man, you may know how tough
it is to find a good job these days. Even though you're
interested in something like automotive maintenance,
metal working or data processing, you y..- don't have
the skills to qualify. The Marines are looking for a
few- -. -&-4:. LEA."I good.skils. That's right-
the Marines will TRAIN you in fields like Aviation
Maintenance, Electronics, Radio C:.rrn,.u r*:.ro.i. and
many, many more. .Talk to your Marine representative.
He's looking for a few good men-who want to learn
GEORGE- BE LL
will be at 565 Harrison Avenue, Panama City, Fla.
Monday through Friday from 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Be sure to ask him about the new guaranteed training
PHONE 785-3501 collect