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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 324iW TNH R bAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
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Things Ready for
The bulk of! T'ue-dys ity 18 to' 21.m n-" ., "operate.: Simon
Conmiiuon meeting was sai had come up with a ,figure of
up in decisions over matters con- 2 rn a r .-irt
cermrng the new Wa:tewate' suggested t.:t -g ,-ath a mini-
Treatment plant and getting reaii iriind tewaIhr. .;. needed..-
N.' dy foi it: operation sm ruOtim in U i Kr Bo H.. iaid ob-
April or May. I r -''id,. ".7': 'easier to. hire .'
In a .related- item, the .Board r',-,r, 's it i, t' fire one. ".'
.fibalU,' rct;''ed a let'.er tior .s j .i r.;e annual BTerhea&
the Department. of Pollutihra l a. p.i" -,., ~ ii .ament to
Conhtol absolving Fth City of l'j ,, to 1160,000. .
any fines for failure to have the In ot9er ,.v., t Phe P'iw
*. treatri-int system ,p.ir.itms r, -
Janur.ry 1. The oty bale g .: e ian
for a ly-. per .ie, r, LA
liad ...ired viebal w.*.v 1^rrareec *,^ Itt feed ,. *.
the .fie would not I: levdd ,- .. -
Attorney William Pi~h finally "lew plant
secured the writtAn wver. .':." He a d a report .t, >r, Clerk
he ," t- e gBrock th;t thhe ( ty ailireceived
S The Jett.er rants ,o ,L7 ta 6 a- O A
-day grace, but ap~'atpl on, ha- sha f.' ,h.' thant- e'e
already be.n mJe f.,r ;n c-.. $ 5A., '
tension, or, the Erae ~ od Heard a query from Com-
Thb City ':ao -re.pv.Uvd missioner.-,Frank.Pate concern-'
-from St. Joe: J; ar-.,J iGa's .d ', ,r t....:, j V.. GPaJsr_ Cir-
We-o l-'ud r Ga. ir, i'mr'i.b Fs! ,,1 w t.'rr I. mz r. -were 114
fuw l f9.r se pl;.,: r,..-,rt:I. ,, .,,,, "., start n t
wioth th, c .n-trait ,;- 'ran~ te ,,d -,,h -. permitting. -
&'to St. Joe Nat,.. ',< Bo.,t Pt-, ; Lr.i pt. he City still.
firms bid esseint.Uy ib.. s he hadn't received the $30,000
.pri;: when fii&u ] '.ir, ; B'tJ .. fm.rom the County for 'aid
S. by ,I i.. tt, "unicipal B it," -"
T.: Tu .... also ... .',... ft," _-- -o. ------_
S.piu.- contract, I. > .' I o j
t:.. ; ih.p r '; Work On School
du ,iay 1 .,ni,.A :.. Road Postponed
-Iq 1 I j, t hof
i In a -i i'vnt 'i-S riJ. ? i 1
Bob Si m ic., ; b'y ."( tu n .gt e .% f '.., ('. .-", .,,.' .,, .; i : it
-40 .r-) V .td,k b:, s.- -d -on *w.- --dr t V'd *- rtor-'. t '..,,-
the ju'v b. a i e ; r .- i .. ",. ,,. --. i ... .
'. M o ay. hn '.. ,,. .. ,,. i8trL.. %. ''. ., ,... "As far
rl,. -V.. instrument man and as we'.know now the front en-.
electrician, in 1b. n, a future so ..trances to the school '.-1, .- ..
they will-t. ',,..;'; .r wib th.i open for the rest of this school-
.r. .... hr. i ;. t,tr,1d kw.r year. We.are ve .y .,v.,-i' h..t.
... t) t.City. i Co ssiones. have .made
.1 .3... 'ii '' Angelo -'... project J-. W e had l-...I -I
ngincer pof IBida Smith As- with dread upon the J.:.-ii. .
.oeleates iwas present and .said. of a i.'.-...' ..'. perioasf congest-
the plant woald ased a force of ed "ft-."
\ "_ _
. This rA two i '. .-.r; school budding was tIej tone
ever built in Port St. Joe arid servedm as an edu t. .i.e-
,ir ui. .l two years ago, when a large building p rapa
Made the old budi,,-' surplus.. '- Workmen f'*ra .ee1
Srnd, r--.r-, g thIr. otid bil.'ro d d W, after serving Port St.
,j....* -t:.!. :,r rmIn.;7: 1f'4 v .w',n it was built., accood6k-
Uitv voory, oifCCefil G. Costin, Sr.
T- 'r are. ma former.- students' in 'Poi .St.oe
b .P. 1 who vividly. remember carryir*'in wo(d to feed
the eld ,t-. )l.d irn .heaters which kept thl' .cladsroop n,
warm s toast orn."- minute andE frrezing c.i:,l the next.
Mr, Fred Middox of Port St. Joe was the first prin-
cipal to operate oiltof this first permanent school strue-
Highland View Fire
Insurance Rates Down
The Gulf ..:. Commission
received *..: this week from
; .:' .' Offic4 of
..-a ''.. in fire
S hid been. order-
".'. f .i': ,-i .
S ,. agreed, -.i
Sto. fin.ne : :.. r' ewfire
v. 1:'. '2 '., t : : :. ,. '. e : ,;
,' n '. ; 7 '_ "* i '- t '
' :" f :' : : ( e. i r *
S. .1 '.- 1 r -F :t
viausly property owners, in the
area paid on a Class 10 rt'r,::.
'... '-to Frank Hannon,
local insurance agent, the redie-
.;.;,..*, To T w ill i..,. ;i- ..'t nA
eight percent saving. on frame
,-' ,,, ;'. '. i n- .. .. t x ri e-. t
S :i ,. .-.i r., "- n r,' *:, K l.ih, gs.
:: .,'. .:"r r., .- i miu =
*;.- ,t .0- :- ,^ : ': to *' :il ".,, sT
one-fourth frame .-';...
. .... r ',.,,( ,' r. t Ja > .
I' -' ', a iii .ri .
- .. .aid, *";': -.., -. .n.
S: new f:' .. .; 'r. .
W e have. a !*, .. ', e a:'...r
a lower rate, but, of course, the
entire Insurance '.vc ~e Office
must have the ir.. : ..
SJ JC Week
Next week, January 21 through
2 is Jaycee Week in Port St.
Joe and throughout the nation.
S .. .. Across America 550,000 young
C-men of action in more than 6.-
-- ,, ..:. are celebrating
their year of working for
Sa better o-a- During this
?:. : ~he Port St. Joe Jaycees
I ,.. ;., n.*. r ,; their annual
search for an outstanding young
ma to., receive their Distin-,
: +.. .,', :, Award.
DSA is not another govern-
"ment agency, but a recognition
award for a young man that is
Sb- oA anu shoulders above the
~__-,c_.."_ DSA is the Jaycee award
that gives public recognition to
the outstanding young man in
The Distinguished Service
Award is presented annually to
... a young man .--..:' ., te .u.:
__ i of 21 and :m tl A. has contributed
*the most to h,_o. "nmtwlity dur-
ing the year. This II&A award
.. will be presented during the
coming week to the ,outau.Thi..
young manf of Port St. Joe.
I ,, are proud of their
Com ngow. -. ~of service to more than
Com ingw,- ..V comumnities across Amer-
io. ea, 'and the local Jaycees ac-
tur to l-b t h1:'Ci r. L the considerable co-
.W r- was some :,-I- t;4t- the "'rbn Wai wsthesec- .... they receive from the
ond brick li to be built in what was f .. i- in their many projects.
-' th',-t: young man is
houn C. .','. when the structure was erected. Costing voted on by the public and the
"... thlt i n't .. We bh. two 4iri,k b ,.!i, r. here Jaycees urge your participation
at that. ti ...--ilnvl th old Court : _- the in this -..I.. this year,
,n hBadlt', have been placed in the
it wasn't the se..:], t,:" ol.4 Shoo Was.at Xeast one Off'' ,,,l. Drugs,
the firtt brirk bril"linn to be built iM thM cotilty. .p Department store and
The old "P. S1h'.-'l -aV, n it:b i a:.',., been the Top Dollar Store. A ballot
known even after it received a ..a of stucco several. is also ,.'. ...' for ,wor con-
years back, has long been a land-mark in Port St. Joe, venie'nce in t his week's issue of
but very soon, it will be no more. -Star photo The Star.
...Fire -: .the home' of
Harry '". :-'; at- the corner
of .-' .: r. Avenue. and 16th
Street ,'Pzn i.- night about 9`00"
The' fire was located around
a fireplace flu 'which rL'.-'
ton had ;., i.t,, at the time.
Damage- was limited to the 'flue
area .-as well as smoke and water
'damage to the living room of
the ...' .e
-' 'r:v afternoon at 3:30,
the load of trash in the City gar-.
bage truck t -.: fire while the
trauck- -was L t'!. inNorthi
Port St. Jpe The river .JL:'.; :r '
his :i.'i -" *a old 7,.'-.- '
* t':.n Ki 'r ..,! building o a
".'neau i'. 4 t-t *the fire was!
;put jt by the Fire Department.
"Tse -w* -r i damage to .the
ut> ,. .' .I
3f Y -
Bank Deposits Show
A Dramatic .,Increase
Port St. Joe's financial insti-
,.:.r -*t,. Florida First -'a-o
tional Bank and Citizens' Feder-
al Savings and Loan Association
.-recorded outstanding growth
during the past year, emphasiz-
ing a good business year in the
City r' '.:..n a StLJoe Paper Com-
pany' strike the first three
months of the year.
L '-nr.' Federal recorded al-
'- $1 million increase in
',ets during the year,
.-' .. .from $5,860b,14.09 in
J'I,--;: 4st year to $6,703,-
66719 Ja.nly of this year. The
savings and loan association -al-
so recorded nearly $1 mllooi in-
crease in savings accounts and
more than $1 million in mort-
Florida Bank had a whopping
increase in assets of $2,607,088.47
during the past year to $9,687,-
846.21, according to their semi-
annual Report of Condition print-
ed in 'this week's issdfe.
The bank also recorded a $2.5
million increase in deposits and
a -y.b'c.c9 ''o increase in loans.
According to the bank's statement
the ..i:j iuta-,n now has $8,331,-
615.3.3 on dp I.,t lfor a 41% in-
crease .over last years
Both financial,.houses report
larger assets and deposits than
Second Period r dens Are Named
Mrs.' Fred Maddox Marks 83rd
.Mrs. Fred Maddox shows off a gift-given her by the St. Joseph
Historical Society last Wednesday .on' her 83rd 6' h S'y Admiring
the locket with Mrs. Maddox are. Secretary of State Richard Stone,
,speaker for the Historical Society meeting; out-going president R.
IL.Ellzey and Representative William J. Rish. -Star photo
SPort St. Joe ligh"'Schol Prin-
cipal Kenneth Herring released
the names of the-following stu-
"dents making the .qualiffications
for the second, six weeks of
school, honor roll.
7th GRADE-Greg Chason, Su-
zanne Hammock, Vicki Land and
8th GRADE-Sammy Parker.
9th GRADE-Rita Casey, Re-
gina Ellis, iCheryl Hatcher and
11th GRADE-Danny Hand
and Belinda Neel.
12th GRADE-Rhonda Gainous
and Judy Peterson.
: A and B HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE-Mary Dell Ad-
S: : Jeff.. Andrews, TL.' jah Smiley, Kim Timos, Dar i
E ..:.-z.t, Donna .Sue .Cajey, '-. rell Whitfield and -Dawn Whit-
Becky Dunigan, Teresa Fortner, field.
Leslie ,Gainous, Teresa 'Jolley, 9th GRADE-pnda Ambrose,
Billy Kennedy, K>-cn Little, -i dy Ah tns,, Cynthia Baries,
.Linda Lynch, Patricia 'McCully, David' Barton, Marcia Biggis,
Julane McFarland, Marian Mur Steve Coud, Pa Coer, Mke
dock, Jeffery PNorris, Danny Dean, Mike Ethridge, Cindy Free-
lock, Tammy Raffield, Cat man, Waylon Graham, Cynthia
Rich, TBare Ra ,ffie, L C dar n Medlin, Bill Norton, Nan Parker,
Rushing, BreDianna Lynn Sealey, Jolyn Parrott, Susan Quarles,
Deborah Stutmhing, Dian,na LyGinny Thomp Seey Gail Rogers, Tammy Rushing,
so,rah Stutman d, GinnyJoe Wil- Cliff Sanborn, Janis Schweikert,
son, Mand annde Writehead, Joe Wi- Floyzell Shackleford, S an dra
son and S andra Young. Cass- Tootle, Richard Varnum, Dicky
ith Gim DEthd,-Carle Ca Wager, Bill Wall, Janice Walton
idy, T-n Ethridge, Jay Fleming, and Sandra Varnum.
. Rihonda Hemrn, g BU tliugnes,
Becky Kirk, Steve LaFrance,
Ronald Maddox, Judy Roberson,
* Jim Roberts, Sonja Robinson, Eli-
10th GRADE--Fran Allen, Car-
rie.Brown, Terry Brown, Deborah
Carlsten, Julie Collinsworth, Su-
"sie Garrett, Juanise Griffin, Lila
Gunter,. Jan i Hammock, Faye
Harris, .Tony Harrison, Randy
Herring, Paul Horsewood, Cuy-
ler King,)iBruce May, Mary- Mc-
Manis, Rose Nobles, Steve Par-
rish, Charlotte Phillips, Sarah
Ann Roberts, ..Mike Scott, -Mike
Todd, Cindy Wilson and Mark
11th GRADE-Martin Adkison,
Martin Biggins, Russell Chason,
Octavia Copenhaver, Maurell
Cumbie, Gayla Davis, Donnie
Dupree, Dawn Evans, Linda
Fields, Carl Guilford, Nancy No-
ble, Wendy Pitzl, Barry Richard-
son, Carolyn Robinson, Laura
Rudd, Mike Webb and Kenneth
.12th GRADE-Raymond- Addi-
son, Kathy Anderson, Benna
Butts, Robert Creamer, Emitt
Daniels, Antoinette Fenn, Ruth.
ie Fleming, Johnny Hanna, Di-"
ann Harris, Leroy Henderson,
Mitzi Hendrix, Ronald Herring,
Phillip Hunter, Christy Jamison,
Linda Kirkland, Connie Knox,
Karen Lake, Catherine Lyons,
Debbie McKiernan, Patti Parker,
Roy Peterson, Cheryl Russ, Gary
Speights, Talmon Sisk, John Un-
derwood, Doug Watson, Denise
Williams and Carla Winters.
Students making the Honor
Roll for the first six weeks but
whose names were omitted were
Dawn Evans and Barbara Mer-
TI4E STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
He Left I
.We're all real quick to jump up and cry out loud when
a person does something wrong, but kind of slow to move
and give congratulations when someone does something
..right. This is the cdse' wth our departed -School Super-'
intendent. During'.the eight years Marion Craig was in
office, probably-every ci aite' in Gulf County,_ at some
time. during-his terms of office, has offered ob.>.: ^. '.-
.He was just that kind of man. And this isn't making a
derogatory statement. Marion Craig was probably the
.mdst able' Superintendent of Sbhools"this county has ever
had, but at times he could make you want to kick .him in
. the rear erd if you could pick your foot up high .s,.: ,.,
Marion Craig was a do-er. The monuments he wrest-
ed out. of the -unlwilimng grasp of many people in Gulf Coun-
ty and set on large plots of ,acreage for our children to at-
tend school in, aftestto this fact. When the time came to
integrate, bringing to a head the monumental need for
new school plants;, Craig thought bigger than all of us.
SMost of us couldn't visualize Gulf'-County ever needing,
much less: being able to pay for the type plants he was ad-
-.. '- Constituti
i l._-'t -' ...-. froin- The Starl have. been .t--..,..
'the auTn ] ii JImd r t i,.-:Y iri r of UI -. CS'. I ( .f.. Historical .-.
ciefo-practically ever.since the S.ci'.y L, .
the es .r.u-.i' soriees f-;i.ur--.- r.';- r- of '? Richard
Stone a ., in our opinion,' v. ori i D' t'h -. f';'.. '. r affair
they have sponsored. Seczt.ary of Sate Tfr," delivered
a- fine-address in a manner which wai co r,.-t' -7 enter-.
taining -To say that he is knowledgeable of the history of
our state and old P'ort. St. Joe is an understatement. With-
out auing notes,.he spoke off the cuff and answered ques-
. tions' .;_: numerous 'h. .- r.:'... ete, from memory.
Many of the answers he gave to w. t.,... :,.' -.:.. ;,.^-
ly. informative on subjects he' couldn't have prepared for
ahead o ti.me .
'.To give you.. <-r.' of the '-A rI ',- 1, .r..r 11
'acumen, Stone was asked by Mrs.It Ralph- .,.t.. if he.
r' o-i.il blp locate the State's first Constitution, which was
signed back in1838 right here in Port St. Joe.-, LTb. thebest
of o ur i' .i .. .,]-:. this i.i -,n has 1 ,'i< :.-:-.,l of every
:hiori..< .- keepers of state records, as v1.-! :. scholars
-and. amateurs -which has ,fht.t...l an :j,'inl meeting of
the sK ,. 4. i And, to their credit, the Society has had some
.r.. .11y "i.'.-v" speakers in the past. .Some of these his-
torians -.h,,,l.'i- have known wherethe Constitution was.
Former Secretary of State Tomn Adams came the closest
Dr. Norman Crowder, of Har-
"vard University is another expo-
nent. of teaching r- -t.itde HT
' has developed sets .A 'rohe .'.,
tic" workbooks called "Tutor
Texts"; their purpose is,.funda-
mentally the same as that of the
Dr. Crowder anticipates that
the self teaching machine will
eventually produce q uite a
change in the. role of teachers.
One of the teacher's chief tasks
will be to help individual stu-
dents to understand the explana-
tions given by. the machines;
. they will also clear up general
difficulties not anticipated by
programmers. He even suggests
that housewives with college
training may some day be
brought into the classroom as
Published Every Thursday at 306 William Avenue. Port St. Joe, Floria,
By The Star Publishing Company
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AS not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word Is given seant attention; the printed word Ia thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely aseert; the printed word thoroughly oon-
einhee. The spoken word is loI t;he printed word remain.
His Mark 7
vocating.- We have the plants now, t.h-y're being paid for
and most everyone in the county is prroud .:f them -= even
those who were violently opposed to th-ir b'_ilding.
Marion Craig also fthe itf. t his own
peace of ". 1 '..o-' along, J..i- ; *. t uphea-
val of our normal social routine brought abqtt by inte-
er:tC. i. The : .jr:tJ rd.'.. i to i0 .r e the habits
of human in'. *:. -r, '- 7::. the' ,-.f integration.
A weaker man than Marion Cr3.ig w-':.i t'a e been de-
iholished by the task'and a stror-ger r'-Ea w.u'd.n! have been
impossible to work with. 'As it .131 eventjatly worked out,
neither -,hif nor .. 'ar. 1"0% -"i.;.:ei with our
brand pf integration. In our tbL'-k.ng, t:. is proper. 'In-
tegration is making equal oppor ur ity fr .r r-.,ryone. If
one side in the matter, were complete satisfied, it would
mean the other side wasn't getting qual treatment.
As we say, Marion Craig was a;iainxspoken man,
and he went against the grain at op time Or another
.'rh, Ar.::'.-. every man in the county, but he accom-
p'. i.d two most difficult jobs,which- ,eeded doing. We
"pL',', and thank him for that. r
to -1,. them one time when. he said, "'I think it's stored
in some old records in' 'the Capitol basement and 'll look.
for it as the basement is cleaned out". Others merely sur-
mised .t.at the old document had beep either lost or 'de-
Mr. Stone knew right where the first Constitution
was located. He gave the name of the person who had
it and stated it had recently been given to the Library of
Congress to be restored and would be placed in the state's
new Archives Building when it is buiilt in the near future.
Hopefully, at least a copy of the original Constitution,
. which gave Port St.-Joe its claim to fame will be'located in
the Constitution Museum here in Port St. Joe in the near
future. We know we. can't have the original. It is too. val-
uable and historic a document to be placed in the local
museum. A copy of the authentic article, however,
would serve nicely.
The irony of the matter is tl'at the question of the
Constitution's location had been relegated to being one of
h..a hopefulfl questions the Society was expected to ask
at every meeting, even though the members had little
h.-'.- of' ever locating it. Now,'out of the blue, someone
W- "Sure, I know where it is!" .',We're happy for the
Hostorical Society and the City, that'the old document has
finally been located, ending a lohg search.
non-certified teachers 'to super-
vise a :::.*' of students using
This leads to-the ..' '." of the
electronic classroom. In- 1960,
the. New York Institute of Tech-
nology gave a demonstration of
its new electronic classrooms.
Each student's desk was equip-
ped with a record player and a
two-way communication system
for private conversation with the
teacher. Individual TV screens,
tape recorders and other acces-
sory devices may be plugged into
each desk when it was necessary.
Students were .also *:-'.; 7..' with
earphones and specially treated
paper. They listen to the .pro-
grammed information given by
the recording device and then
answer the questions, which were
spaced at five-miniute intervals
or less. A telemetering, device
.on the teacher's desk immediate-
ly records their responses.
Moreover, each student could
be supplied with material .suited
to his own level of achievement
just as in the case of 'the other,.
teaching machines described in
earlier columns. k
The new lab was designed for.
use in all kinds of school sys-
tems and at all levels :- ele-
mentary grades to college post-
graduate courses. Its proponent
state that it will permit schools
to free themselves of conven-
tional semesters and will allow
more f lX,:'t,1e scheduling of clas-
ses. *. .
lJ tifj: may,.sound fantastic,
to many of us in '-:H1 County,
but it is- only the, beginning.
1Manufacturers of electronic com-
,.Jr': have recently taken an
interest in. the movement and,
'-'.,' ,: .5 :.; m machines
that: can carry on a "discussion"
with. J.: r n' while tutoring him
in history, and cafi tell him what
..-.-'.: he should choose.
What lies 'ahead, therefore, is'
very difficult to predict. It is
.. ::.: that the interest in this
Whole field, from simple, self-
'teaching devices to complicated
electronic' systems, may die
down when the novelty wears
off. On the other hand, it is con-
ceivable that the school of. the
future may be' staffed wtih:more
'The .0:..,t'.: is that the ac-
ceptance. of machines will fall
somewhere between the two ex-
tremes. It seems likely to your
writer that they will have a place
in the 'educational picture. .What
or whom they displace and re-
place will be interesting to ob-
. In the : "-r.:.r:'e the thing to
reimeber is that a machine is
only as good as its program-
and there is still a great need
for' research on the value of most
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
A disastrous earthquake, such
as leveled the city of Managua,
Nicaragua, always serves to re-
mind those who reside in earth-
quake areas that it happened be-
fore and undoubtably it can hap-
I was just a youngster living
in Los Angeles when the destruc-
tive earthquake and fire destroy-
Seven 'Pct. of Cars
Seven percent of the vehicle
inspected in Florida during thi
last four months were rejected
because of faulty exhaust systems
the highway, patrol said this week
Colonel Beach, patrol director
warns, "During the winter months
when windows are closed, 'i.-..
carbon monoxide may creep into
the passenger compartment. Do not
: ::': for -z-.:' : ... :.'., of tim
with the motor running. This is
especially true 'with older car
which are apt to have a leaky muff
ler or tailpipe.
Carbon monoxide, which has no
odor, causes drowsiness which may
allow the driver to run off the
roadway before he realizes any
thing is wrong.
Although e-f. headlights
continue to be the leading cause
for : '"''. defective .:_-
systems are particularly danger-
ous because their .', "l-: fumes
are not easily detected. The patrol
director urged motorists to inspect
their vehicles regularly and make
sure -.-: :-. stickers are cur-
Colonel Beach concluded by say-
ing, "Not only will an expired in-
spection sticker --2 ,'- '. a driver
to a i.-r b-..i,; but more important,
an unknown vehicle defect could
lead to serious consequences."
ed San Francisco in 1906. Like
a sister ? .-* ;.-s ':.- in ang-
uish, Los Angeles experienced
a minor shock, that same morn-
ing. I was in the bathroom wash-
ing my face when the tremor
came. I recall the swaying of
the floor, water -:: ,-*'r' from
the basin and bottles falling off
This was before news of the
San Francisco tragedy, reached
us and I do not recall experienc-
ing any sense of fear. Minor
quakes were frequent and caused
little concern. The tremors only
lasted a few seconds and "..-, -...r
did any damage. So when the
shaking stopped in jUst a mo-
ment, I continued with my
When the news from San Fran-
cisco finally came .:- .... -7,. my
respect for earthquakes increas-
ed -and in future years every
tremor served to remind me of
that fateful day in San Fran-
When Reuben Greenspan pre-
dicted that San Francisco would
again be' hit by .',-s-" destruc-
tive quake at exactly 9 a.m. on
January'4 of this year that w6uld
measure seven points on the
Richter Scale,, I found it to be
downright -:'r .-.
Greenspan, in the past, had
-' --': ,::; l i;. ,,,' t... quakes for
Persia, Mexico r ,, Australia
of 1935, : -', Greenspan had
retired and desisted from fur-
ther -.- ,.r.: Until this last
one, that. is, which wai a result
of an interview by a newspaper-
San Francisco's Mayor Alioto
laughed off the sinister idea and
S. .' c h a 1 lenged the
doomsayer to join him at City
Hall at the predicted hour of
the disaster. The mayor's invita-
tion was summarily declined by
Greenspan who replied that he
would be on a good safe hill
where he could overlook the
When 9 a.m. January 4 came
and went with no report of a
quake I breathed a sigh of genu-
ine relief. I have a feeling that,
while the bulk of San Francisco's
population sneered and snickered
at Grbenspan's prediction, those
who had lived through the morn-
ing of April 18, 1906, felt as I
Thank goodness the quake
failed to materialize as Green-
span said it would, But there is
still the realization of the San
Andreas fault which still exists.
The authorities who keep tab on
such things are conscious of the
danger and, while they make no
positive predictions of time or
place, they admit a destructive
quake could occur most any time.
Some even consider it long over-
Should such a quake as struck
the city of the Golden Gate oc-
cur today the result would be
many times worse than the 1906
tragedy. Such a disaster is too
horrifying to imagine with the
possible destruction of present
day sites such as the Bay Bridge,
Golden Gate Bridge, the tower-
ing office buildings and the
many hotels and beautiful resi-
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Here the new year is just two weeks under way and
r already I have learned something new. The other night,
the kids' started trying to teach me to play rummy. I'd
o never played before in my life. One of the pleasures of
t life I have never had time for is an hour or two at a time
e to sit .: 7.-T. and .l:. a game. With six 'inr--. kids at
s home, one ,-.::. have much time to sit down and learn
- to r :. rummy. But now that most of them iDve left
home and are on --* ;. I had my ', .:..,,-1nuty,
One of the lessons I li::- ;i was that you can't p'1-1
a ;--: ace on-top of a --;. ..- ].. a .diamond qu er and
club j .:-:. Next time I'll know better.
RE...,... is quite a r i,- r and I can see how one can get
'ater -1- \ in its
I've told you, on occasion, .-L..iir our kooky pets at
home. I have spent so much time !' f-- -- on their crazy
habits that I .- completely overlooked the latent com-
mercial value in some of ; ier a i."! iir,:.
S Take Pierre, the I".. 'l, for example. For years, I
have 71. :.i the ...::.. chip commercial about all those
people who eat just one" and the money they must '
have beeno---.1 to t. V..:-.,i'. munch away at a potato chip.
Pierre can't 'eat just one r He is a nut about potato
r and .." .. ...T.. Mr. Lay might' like to
use.that as a commercial gimmick. It ought to be worth
.....'ri.,,-,- to the T-rf-T '. people to make a commercial
of Pierre : --' in his own special way for another of
.-. -; .) ,- With Pierre's il, ,. to beg coupled
with .' crave for the 1 T.. it .'..Al. make a real hard-
I haven't much T. s*. for ". .. .'. .*1, teams Mi
Paris ......_! up with a solution to the Vietnam problem.
I read the other day '*.i..-. the North Vi- !,,i o -*. who'
were '.-: for the- -, r. ..1 Henry Kissenger open
the door .'- .. to go into the meeting house. The next
day, Mr. Kissenger retalliated and made Le Due Tho open
his own. ..-: ... come into the American house. Tit for tat.
-That r. *, ... n me of my little _.*^*., ii1.lri *l
under four years old. One will refuse to share a piece
of .'* -.,d an apple or an orange. So when the other wants
to play with a gun or a car the offended one has, he nat- .
urally doesn't get it even if the possessor doesn't par-
ticularly want it.
So how can we Ih- .i to have a -.f.l.;, pr.r.liv like
Vietnam being I 1 when ... .. trying to untie the knot
are .-: 'r.. like three and four-year olds?
For the '.' t. time 'Le. year, I had ice on my wind-
shield "r :.m'i morning. While rest of north Flor-
ida was -. a light of snow Friday, we had
a cold, but sun-shiny day here in Port St. Joe The sun-
shine (which ."'i- to cloudy weather Fr- ,' afternoon)
didn't keep people' from :,-,.:,- uo and searching for a
hint of snow which never came. But, winter HAS come.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DeWITT MATHEWS, Pastor-
GEORGE PUCKETT, Minister of Music
SUNDAY- SCHOOL/ 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ..------... 7:30 P.M.
MORNING WORHIP SERVICE-------- 1:0AM
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"ComrS and Worship God With Us"
7t reasons why you
should come to us
or income tax help,
season 10. H &R Block tax preparers
'have a received special traDmg on io e
use of the new tax form for this year.
own personal situation so that you pay the
iLTHE INCOME TAX PEOP.L --
225 REID AVENUE
Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M., Mon., thru Sat., Phone 229-6132
OPEN TODAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
.by DR.BOB M. T
Professor of Ed
University of We
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THE STAR, Pert St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 rAGE TR
Gulf County Students Place Works
In District 2 Art Exhibition Winners
The District 2 judging of high- The students from Gulf County
school fine arts was held recently whose work was selected were:
at the Bay County School Board Port St. Joe High School. Miss
Staff Development Laboratory. Connie Knox, 12th grade, "The
.Tenth, llth and 12thl grade stu- Times", Collage: Tissue.
dlents from Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Wewahitchka High School, Jerry
Holmes, Jackson and Washington Kelley, instructor-Patricia Peavy, .
,Counties were eligible and seniors i11th grade, "Still Life" Stitchery;
'could'enter portfolios for scholar ITobnette Werden, 11th grade, Sculp-
:ship conuideratrion, District 2"win- ture "Fish"; Donna Hagans, 11th
:ners work has ,en fo-r, t,>. gra. Stitchery, "Face of Clown";
'Tampa for Batej judging. wll be t C. Harden, 12th grade, Ce-
A4l e1 "" whose works are ae-
CO 'rvpted fr-t-.e'Youth Art Exhibi-
LinT t"- -it the State Fair in Taampa
will be notified. Those art students
Whose work is-atepted will be in-
V f ovited to the first State Youth Arts
Symposium to be held in Jackson-
S ville at the Skyeenter; March 1, 2Z
-1 0 and 3.
m |Students bringing their art were
^Q given a tour of local..-art exhibits
m % a at Gulf Coast ,'. '' ';" College
and the Gallery of Art, with lunch
'at 'the Harbour House Restaurant.
S. Their host for the day' was Mrs.
I 0 1 :', Weaver, Bay County Art Re-
S I f source Teacher, assisted by her in-
Si ra tern from Florida State University,
Miss Debbie L .-i.7r Mrs. Kar-
0en Johnson, secretary, served as
l registrar. The District 2 exhibition
( = was under the direction of Mrs.
0 / 'Lila Brouillette, Art Supervisor of
SGulf County,and Mrs. Nelyne Al-
) ^ Ln. lan, Art Consultant of Bay County.
,i *-* for the exhibit '"_ T.
land Hockett, Assistant 'i .Y'
of Art at Gulf Coast ':...
College and Dr. John Carey, Head
of the Art Department of the Uni-
versity of West LU -.
S'NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
i .YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
. .that pursuant to Chapter 679 of
E the Florida ';- ,,-'3, Merit Loan
) 0 Company has taken possession of
S a- motor vehicle described as fol-
S -- ],'. 968 Volkswagen 2-door,
I ^ir.:.,j \",. 118366776. ,
,':.': :Ji tor vehicle shall be sold
to the highest and best bidder
1^ for cash at the office of Merit Loan
.... : .eid At Port
J., ,I.- .. on r .O.F Janu-
Sy i' 1'T;. 11:00 o'clock A.M.,
1,' ?,*-rn tiiio 'Said vehicle shall
be sold as is .. ,A. .:-,- repr
edition or usefulness.
> DATF; D this the 11th day of Jan-
4J. W. WHLEW
^^ ^ Merit Loan
Welcome '73 A SUPER VALUES from BOYLES
Special Group Pant i
New colorful spring tyl'. Sizes' 1I0-./A
All Unadvertised Seasonal
Clothing and Shoes Remain'
Greatly Reduced up to
$4.00 .Value. Ladies sizes 5-10. Warm
-Ileece lining with imitation fur trim.
Plain tailored. White. Sizes 5-10. Reg.
$1.00. A 'whale of a buy at $1.00.
ROBES and HOSTESS COATS
Fashion side i vpper., 4.liWi.g4on and few
.o1Tr >. ,' : to 7. ?l"": t Value.
MEANS WORK 'PANTS
50 0 \IR. Re.. $:1
2 for '$3.73
IT.4 s duty brand. i 28-42. Sanforized
MENS CHAMBRAY SHIRTS
2 for $4.73
All cotton by Beltex. S:.di.ri.t'-d. Short
or long sleeve. Sizes S-M-L. Double
Men & Boys Windbreakers
s ,'. 1040. All are nationally advertised
SUITS JACKETS JEANS
Corduroy or brushed denim. Beg. $8.48
Sizes 3-7. A smart set
JR. BOYS KNIT SHIRTS
Sizes 2-7 by Campus. Guaranteed to hold
their shape. Perma-press.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. ,
CLAUDIA FLOWERS HADDOCK,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Curtis Flowers
509 Grady Street
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
YOU ARE NOTIFIED That an
action to establish a Georgia Judg-
ment of Divorce and modify same
as to custody has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
address is 221 Reid Avenue, Port
St. Joe, Florida on or before the
5th day of February A.D. 1973, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on
torney, Fred N. Witten, whose ad-
dress is P. 0. Box 87, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, on or before Feb-
ruary 6, 1973, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Petitioner's At-
torney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be enter-
ed against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.
Dated this 2nd day of January,
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk, Circuit Court A
Midget Investments That Yield
$4.00 Value Now Only
Men and boys sizes. High top or oxfords
in black or white. Buy now and save big.
222 Reid Avenue Phone 227-4261
Port St. Joe, Florida
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --..---.........
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ......
By Levi and Lee Leons. Assorted perma-press
colors and blue denim. Sizes 27-33 waist.
Reg. .0; i)
Men's sizes, S,M,L,XL. Boys sizes
Styl-s by Mr. Wrangler in blue or
Knit ,:idfs, draw string waist.
/V. Valve and Seat 'Regrinding ?
Valve Seal, Guide and Seat installation
* Cleaning Inspection
Testing Head Crack Testing
High Performance Services I
Brake Drum and Disc 'Rotor Turning
40-Ton Hydraulic 'Press Shop j
Fast Delivery -
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS
Your NAPA Dealer
201 Long Avenue
Plaintiff's Attorney or. immediate-
ly thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on the 3rd day of
L -. ;'. A.D. 1973.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY,
In Re: The Marriage of
and BESSIE MAE JAMES,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ERNEST JAMES
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you in the above styled Court and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
the Petition on the Petitioner's At-
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. DUM, Pastor
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florld THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
- Shop Our Discount Specials -
S POUND PACKAGE or MORE
C Of 'EE.lb
CR ISC 0
46 OZ. CANS
Prices Effective January 17 through January
Here's Where You Get
for Your Money!
3 Pounds or More
Ground Beef lb. 49c.
6_,'u _lb 49'^-L
GROUND CHUCK lb. 89c
STEW BEEF- lb. 99c Cubed STEAK ., lb. $1.29
i Sliced Bacon lb.79c
Sunbeam King Size Loaves
TIDE -- --
huh *2bC R E
Viya Big Rolls
Paper Towels 3 rolls $
FL 0 UR .5 lb.bag
22 Oz. Parade Liquid
jar O1c DETERGENT
Minute Maid Frozen
Tomatoes lb. 29c
Bananas lb. 10c
Idahoan Instant 16 Oz. Bag
Half Gallon ju
88c ,,CLOR0OX ,- --. jug
Ib. can 88c
Twin Oaks No. 303 Cans
TOMATOES -- can
20, 1973 Quantity Rights Reserved We Accept USDA Food Stamps
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
Georgia Gradl "A" and "B" Frying Chicken
Quartered Breast -
Quartered Thighs I-
Drumsticks ----- I
Beef liver I
Get Acquainted Specials
Cudahy's 1 Lb. Pkgs.
0 Bologna 2 pkgs. $1.39
Cudahy's All Meat
C FRANKS 3 pkgs. $1.59
Cudahy's 1 Lb. Rolts
SSAUSAGE 2 pkgs. $1.29
Cudahy Thompon Pure Pork
Smoked Link. !
i SAUSAGE-.----- lb. 89c
Mo4 on Frozen Chitken, Turkey, Seallsbury Steak-11 oz
DINNERS 3pkgs. $1.00
Slim Jim Frozen l lb. bags *
POTATOES 4 bags
Minute Maid Bright & Early Imitation Orange-12 oz.
JUICE -3 cans 99c
Pillsbury Buttermilk o C.
4 pak pkj
Kraft Parkay Regular 1 Lb. Pkgs.
GOL DEN DMLCIOUS
Parade Cut Green 16 Oz. Cans
BEANS 4 cans 88c
Parade French Style Green 16 Oz. Cans
BEANS -- 4 cans 88c
Angie Assorted Colors PANTY
H O SE 2 pr. $1,00
Reg. or Mint Toothpaste Med. Tubes
CLOSE-UP for $1.00
V Pint Fresh Shucked
Salt Pork -----lb. 45c
4 Lb. Box
Bacon Ends -- pkg. $1.29
Colonial or White Gold
u ... 1 Bag with $7.00 Order
Parade C. S. or W. K. 16 Oz. Cans
Gold Corn 5 cans $1.00
Parade Garden Sweet 16 Oz. Cans
PEAS 5 cans $1.00
32 Oz. Jar
Parade Chunk Light 6Y Oz. Cans
TUNA ----2 cans 79c
Parade MACARONI and
CHEESE----7 oz. 10c
KETCHUP 20 oz. 35c
Asstd. Colors Northern Bathroom
Tissue _- 10 rolls $1.00
Everyday Low Prices
The Pause That Refreshes
Plus Bottle lh>-m ,it
PI a I -~ a ~1 -4 -
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
les h Margare's. Brenda 'olfleda
S. ,-s fine games of 171, 100 and 155 for
W IBn "~~ a 426 series for Pates.
OW ihg c Standings W L
.. AN Railroad 54 6
I l Ralph and Henry _---45 15
*--,Pate's Shell 42 18
Pollock's Cleaners ------31 29
-- Wewa Bank 24 36
Top Dollar 19 41
B & D 13. 47
Margaret's 12 48
LADIES' COFFEE LEAGUE game of 125 and Irene a 346 series
Gulf County Ladies League ]
Well it looks like everyone had a for B&D. Wednesday night, January 3, St.
nice and restful holiday season and AN Railroad rolled down lanes ( Wednesday night, January 3, St
. .. ^ n.l.. Joe Furniture won all four games
were ready to bowl last, Tuesday. five an
Pollock's Cleaners .cleaned up from, T
Wewa Bank of all four games. Od- hot for
d4s had a nice -157. game and Sue '220 an
bad a '392 series for Pllock's. and 14
Louise had a high game of 135 and Betty
a 392 series for Wewa Bank. and Ly
Ralph and -Henry's took all four Top Do
games from B&D with Fay having Marg
a high-game of 169 and a fine 452 four'g
series for R&1. Edwina had a high I h;gh
Chunky Choco Cake is an, easy 'to makl
What a tasty homemade delight for the e
ahead Chunky Choco cake is a' refrigera
frozen and kept on hand for those unexpi
in,at the last. T-. i-.
The secret ;.-._' -.' ? are those tasty
,:. Morsels which. are just as .i :i all by *
recipe as. developed in the '- :-' Test K
Chunky Choco Cak
2 6-oz. pl :' ..,p Semi- % .
Swee;.. 'I-''., ,-'. Morsels. 3 eg
cup confectioners' sugar, 2 biu
Y cup water 1 la:
1 tablespoon Nescaf" an
Heat over hot (not boiling) water
morsels, sugar, water, instant coffee, an
melts and mixture is smooth. Remove f
egg yolks. Beat egg whiter until stiff, pea]
late mixture. Whip heavy cream, then fo
ture. Break angel food cake into chunks
fold into choc L!. rr '., 13"x9"x2'
12 hours or .i .i.. ,i- .... serving. St
refriger- desired, this dessert inay
ix l la. o H ws from ,Comforter's. Brenda Mathis
opAN with a fine gr.ame of led St. Joe Furniture with a 185
d then rolled games of 188 game and 487 series. Marguerite
dfor a high series of 554. was high bowler for Comforter's
Sforhad a fine game of 1554 with a-159 game and 402 series
'nda had a 395 series to lead St. Joe Stevedores won two and
dollar. lost two to. Bowen's Cowgirls.
aret's took three out of Loyce Beaman had a 208 game and
aret's took three out s. Avri had Connie Kirkland had a 470 series
ames from Pates Av 3ilhad se for the stevedores. Sherry David-
game of 146 and a 367 se son led the Cowgirls with a 135
game and 371 series.
e DeSSert 'Florida Bank won three and,lost
one to Williams Alley Kats. Lois
Smith led the Bank with a '169
game and 495 series. Helen Arm-
strong was high bowler for the
Alley Kats with a 178 game and
Shirt and Trophy won three and
lost' one to St Joe Kraft. Sue Par-
rish led Shirt and Trophy with .
199 game and 509 series. '. n
Smith had a 181 game and Ruby
Lucas had a 496 series for Kraft.
Standings W L .
Florida Bank --------.40% 23%
Shirt and Trophy .... 40 24
.St, Joe Furniture.------ 38 26
St. Joe Kraft -------- 35 29
Comforter's ----------34 30
SJoe Stevedores 31i% 32%
Williams .-:. Kats 30 34
Bowen's Cowgirls -- 7 57
ce no-bake dessert. And E_
entire family. The make
ated dessert but can be Gulf County Ladies League
ected guests that drop Wednesday night, January 10,
S e ISt Joe Stevedores won all four
Semi-Sweet i '4'e
: .. is -the games from St. Joe Kraft.' Loyce
itchens. Beaman was high bowler for the
e Stevedores with a 187 game and
.,: .~epa:ae 520 series. Mary Alice Lyons had
gp sparateavy ca 169 game and Ruby Lucas had
rge (1 lb. 7 ozs. a 448 series for 'Kraft.
,gelfoodcake Williams Alley Kats won three
semi-sweet chocolate and lost one to Shirt and Trophy.
nd salt until chocolate Diane Terry had a 195 game and
rom heat and beat in
ks form. Fold in choco Eleanor Williams had a 467 series
old into chocolate mix- for the Alley Kats. Sue Parrish
(about 1" pieces) and was high bowler for Shirt and Tro-
oce u,.. phy with a 167 game and 435 ser-
be frozen. Makes one ies.
Florida Bank won three and
* Sizes 8 to 16
* Re,. to $8.00
* Sizes 8% to 3
Reg. to $5.99
Tax "How to" Books
On Sale At P.0.
"Your Federal Income Tax" an
Internal Revenue Service booklet
giving information on how to fill
out individual 1972 Federal tax
returns, are, now on sale at the
Port St. Joe Post Office, Postmas-
ter Chauncey Costin 'announced
Postal customers may purchase
the tax '-:.:. :1' each week day be-
tiveen 8:30 and .' ,,. or on .. '.-
day '- '. '. and noon.
IRS ""::.- "Tax Guide for
Small Businesses" has not yet been
received for sale at the local post
office but it is expected that this
booklet will be available within
the next f- "'.-'E said the Post-
The cost 'of each of these IRS
tax guide ;-'1: is 75c. The
booklet ': r,' -.- examples
illustra~ r b'" ,: t- laws apply
to the 9.'`I"' 2 r', to.small bus-
lost one to St." Jo4',Furniture. Lois
Smith led the Bank with games
of 172, 169 and 222 for a 563 ser-
ies. Dot Ham!- had a 203 game
and Brenda MAthis had a 493 ser-
ies for St. Joe Furniture.
Comforter's won three out of
four games from Bowen's Cowgirls.
Bertha Clayton had a 145 game
and 400 series for Comforter's.
Irene Burkett had 'a 134 game and
Sherry Davidso6 had a 324 series
for the Cowgirls.
Standings W L
Florida Bank -----.. 43% 24%
Shirt and Trophy _- 41 27
St. Joe Furniture ------39 29
Comforter's ---.------37 31
St. Joe Stevedores -.-- 35% 32%
St. Joe Kraft ------ 35 33
Williams Alley Kats __ 33 35
Bowen's Cowgirls, -- ---8 60
Otis Pyle, owner of St. Joe ';..*..e
Company, was :".".-.. e.i a p .'i of ap-
preciation by Port St. Joe High Schol last
Wednesday afternoon in the '.,i .1 as-
sembly pr vv--.:, of the school. Pyle was.
given the token of -", i At ..b.i by James
Gunter, Drivers' Ed instructor, for fur-
nishing a new :P..... i.[ '. year to the
__ __ -j -dsslermnNor
* Siz s 8 to 16
* Reg. $5.99
SQUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge i |
II4 71 'wpeopti
1.- WYEWALL Fd.L
Nm 5he 195.95 $1378
Now Sim 27.95 1.90
Pate's Service Center
Jimmy's Phillip's 66 Station
.. .- -----,-,. -.-- -- --
AG]E Sx THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Floridf THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
H arcus Greene Vows Told
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wade.
Harcus were honored with a
combination wedding reception
and shower ,Saturday, January
13, 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs,'
C P. Weston. Mrs. Harcus is the
former MI:z .Donna Dalena.
The party rooms were beauti-
fully decorated with the bride's
chosen colors of pink, green and,
the traditional bridal white com-
pleted the color scheme.
The bride's table was overlaid
with-a linen hand made cutwork
tablecloth and centered with a
three tiered wedding cake top-
ped with a miniature bride and
groom. Two white tapers in sil-
ver candle holders, a silver cof-
fee service, and a crystal punch
bowl encircled by' guardian cher-
ubhim lily of the valley and pink
camellias completed the table-
MR. and MRS. DONALD WADE .HARCUS
', C,-, '.:, 484 Charter No. 14902 ':..,., ..[ No. 6
STATEMENT of CONDITION
CONSOLIDATING DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE-
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK at PORT ST. JOE
POMT ST. WE, FLOBERDA
IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON
DECEMBER 31, 1972 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE
BY COMPTROLLER .OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER TITLE 12,
UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 161.
* Cash and due from banks ----- .
U,.S., Treasury securities ''' ."
Obligations of other U.S. Government
.agencies and :r..-' r. -. -- ? r
Obligations of Stat- -j ..... 71 ..I' *, .r ..- .... .,,, '. '
Federal .funds sold and securities -. r'.,. -.: I
under agreements to resell '
Bank premises, oi. r'i and ( -''n'. and other
assets :":-':' r bank premises '' '"'.
S eal,estate .... *. ,..it than '- rI W -- ; .'>". '
Demand deposits of iu !: partnerships, .
and corporations 2, 9
Time and savings k.:'. :.( of ,ii..,' ;' r j
and ,, %r'.r..., i r .. 707,718.02
Deposits o.. I. rtz 4.1 S~t~'-- Government 88,220.87
Deposits of States and ,i'.Y..:J ~: 1,800,519.95
Certified and officers' th.'-: t:- 39,935.10
TOTAL DEPOSITS-' n Z. C.?.
(a) Total demand deposits ":
(b) Total tim e -.,,. ,..t .. ".:-I ..' "," .
Other liabilities I ?
TOTAL LIABILITIES _,.o
RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES
Reserve for bad debt losses on loans
(set up pursuant to IRS rulings) -
C AP A C NTS
PT AL ACCOUNTS
Equity capital-total. 1,249,126.00
Common Stock-total par value 400,000.00
No. shares authorized 16,000
No. shares outstanding '. ..'
W Surplus 475,000.00
Undivided Profits 192,350.07
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves __ 181,775.93
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,249,126.00
TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES,
AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 9,687,846.21
Average of total deposits for the, 15 calendar days
ending with call date 4,980,596.25
Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days
ending with call date 1,518,738.71
I, J. Ted Cannon, President, of the above-named bank do hereby
declare that :this report of condition is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
I/s/ J. TED CANNON
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
of condition and declare that it has been examined by us 'and to the
best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.
/s/ J. LAMAR MILLER
/s/ B. R. GIBSON, JR. Directors
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
The bride was lovely in an
A-line street length dress of
light blue knit crepe as she re-
ceived approximately 75 guests
,Mrs. Harold Best kept the
bride's book and recorded the
guests and many lovely gifts.
'Mrs. Willard' Watson served
the wedding cake. Those assist-
ing with serving coffee, punch,,
mints and nuts were Mrs. C. R.
Weston, Mrs. Jack, Terry, Mrs.
E. L. Antley, Mrs. Q. P. Wise,
Mrs. J. X. Wimberly' and Mrs.
Out-of-town guests were Mrs.
D. W. Peterson, Mrs. Luther
Whitaker; Mrs. Brenda Vaughn
all of Bonifay; Mrs. Harold Best
of Panama City and Miss Betty
Jo Messer of Marianna.
Mrs. .c'.-r:t:: Fleming of Or-
lando, announces the recent mar-
riage of her daughter, Et.c.'.ry
Zimmerman to E r,::.:: Clay
Sherrill, -son of Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill Sherrill of Port St.' Joe,
on January 6, in' Donalsonville,
Mrs. Sherrill is a graduate of
Mid-Florida Technical Institute
Mr. .,:. r J1! is a graduate of
Port -St. Joe Hi-h School and
Mid-Florida Technical Institute.
He is presently .employed. by.
Construction Equipment Com-
pany of Orlando.
The couple are presently mak-
ing their home in Orlando.
Mission Group II of the Eirst
United Methodist Women met"Mton-'
day at 3:00, pi in the hom.,,6if_
:. i: tiht.-: Brock to r.. .r.-ar
for h a yr ... .
'An ,.<...:f '. was elected in-
r:. .chairwoman, : rs.',Marie
Copstin; co-chairwomani, Mrs. Stella
Farris; secretary, Mrs. Phyllis Alt-
taetter; treasurer, Miss Gertrude
Boyer; associate treasurer, Mrs. 0.
M. Taylor; program chairwoman,
Mrs. Emmy ..Joines;: telephone
chairwoman, Mrs. Susie Chason;
social chairwoman, Mrs. Elsie Grif-
fin; penny fund, Mrs. Ivey Wil-
I Mrs. Susie Chason closed the
r ...-i with, an inspiring devo-
: .. from the book of Matthew,
13, and the Guide Post,
There were, 12 members and
three visitors present. The next
r.,-'.' will be held in the home
of Mrs.. .I : .-. I ,...:: on 18th
... ;, F r..- ,, : 19.
Met January 8
The Holiness Wo-
man's Auxiliary held their month-
ly r-.,.:- in the home of Mrs. El-
dridge, Money January 8 at 7:36
A devotion on "The Foundation"
was given by Mrs. Money followed
by a concert prayer. Old and new
business was discussed.
At the close of the meeting,
there was a surprise birthday par-
ty. given for the pastor's wife, Mrs.
Bernice Gosnell. R e f reshments
were enjoyed by everyone present.
Thirteen members attended the.
Lunch Room Menu
Monday, January 22
Chili dogs, potato salad, tomato,
sliced, ice cream, cookies and milk.
Tuedsay, January 23
Oven fried chicken, rice and-
gravy, tossed salad with French'
dressing, green beans, peaches
with whipped topping, bread and
Wednesday, January 24
Spaghetti, cabbage salad, cauli-
flower, apple crisp, rolls and milk.
S Thursday, January 25
Salisbury steaks with gravy,
mashed potatoes, English peas and
carrots, sliced tomato, orange
Jell-o, rolls and milk.
Friday, January 26
Tuna salad on lettuce, green
limas, beets, tomato wedges, ap-
plesauce, rolls and milk.
Mission Group No. 3, of the new-
ly organized United Methodist Wo-
men met T..i :' evening, Janu-
ary 16 in the. home. of Mrs. Betty
Sue Anchors. There were 13 mem-
bers present. Mrs. Andhors opened
the meeting with a devotional from
During the business r --., the
following officers were elected for
1973: chairwoman, r.. Taylor;
:'.Ch :- ***-. Hue; secre-
tary, Nancy i- ... .. ;- r i
Clara Pate; orograsots, Her-
ring; :.:r...'.- T.-".. Sue Anchors
and Miriam ..: : '. : Anw
gelite Stone; ., Esther
Temple and .. Daisy John-
son, Esther Templ -Eddie Mae
Taylor and Julia Creech.'
Refreshments were served by the
-.i::, after which Mrs. Mable
Swatts, newly elected District Pres-
ident of United 74I-.:.' -: Women
closed the : w w.'1, with prayer.
Mission ':. No. 3 will meet
again at 7:30 r February 20
with Sonjia Taylor,, 1506 Palm
Puppet Show At
The 't';t t o, Little7. F-'
S .'. F. .-4: i'it ,. be present-
ed by'GtrI': -. Ti .:.... 187 at the
St. Joe Branch _L- !'.' Friday af-
ternoon at T L7 1
This is o; :. w-.f ; :. shows
which will be circulated through
the .- ,.,., Library
,'-i this month. Children, Kin-
dergarten through fourth grade
will enjoy the show. No admission
will be charged.
Mrs. Scott Hostess
To Xi Epsilon Kappa
Mrs. Betty Scott was hostess for
the Xi Epsilon Kappa Sorority
Tuesday,- January 2 in her home.
The short business meeting was
presided over by the vice-president
Mrs.- Scott. Announcement was
made of a social .f'Ji,-:,',,--: on.'
-Saturday, January 13.
SA social hour was enjoyed by
all members present.
SHARON LYNN BURCH
WINS COLOR CONTEST
Sharon Lynn Burch, daughter of
Mr. :and Mrs. Dan Burch was one
of the winners in, the Grant's
Christmas coloring contest.
Stork Shower Honors Mrs. Nobles
-The 7 .i- ,.' i Young Women of
the First Baptist Church honor-
ed Mrs. Jan Fleming Nobles
with a calling baby shower on
Mission Group I
First United Methodist Women's
Mission Group I met. with Mrs.
Milton. Anderson Tuesday morning
r ,...- ... January 9 front 4:00 to
,6:00 p.m. in the i. .'. h. hall
of the First 1 |i, *'d .rrti .
Many friends called during
the appointed hours t.. ." .
many lovely .-.. ...l
In the photo above, the hon-
oree .. v, -..- some of the many
gifts with .her mothera-law,
Mrs. -."'" r.. r '- left, and her
mother, Mrs. Bill Fleming,
-Star photo ,
Mr. andl Mrs. James Bennett an-
nounce the birth of a son, James
Patrick, on January 14 in Gaines-
ville. The new arrival weighed
eight pounds and six ounces.
Troops of Tapper Conquer Army of
i m e J! a% 19 a m I A V.
.as. Ralph Swatts, Sr., presided Anglicans In 0 olt Match Sunday
over the first o: : -: -'.:. meet- 1
ing for 1973. Mrs. Edwin >..-:.
gave- a brief program, "The New An 18-hole golf match at St. Jo- The Troops of Tapper played se-
Me In '73". Mrs. Joe Hendrix, ".. Country Club, Siunday lect shot whereas the Anglicans.
ident of the women, gave .. "' featured the- Army .. ;...:-;I best ball on each hole. It
:--*.:'cs on what the new ;.r' '.. and the '., ,of T..'. '-.. all even after the first nine
could do for the church and the .'- ': of Anglicans con-.holes but on the second nine the
community. The group elected-'1 t' of Tom' .:..)' : ay w ,.- ''Ith..L- r'f.;-..,., began to mareh..
new slate of officers. .... L ea Ehere danJohn -re Raiders won by three
The next meeting will be held Howard. holes-with a score of 73. The Ang-
in the. home of Mrs. Paul Blount The Raiders of Tapperwere Gan- licansi had a 77, losing by two-
February 13 at 9.30 a.m. non Buzzett, Rex Buzzetti. Gorge strokes on one hole and by one-
Tapper and Talmani Sli;. stroke an each of the other holesK.
lVhiat do you manti...
Ia Ioim cost
4 bedroom home ?
SJim Walter builds a b
Some families need a four-bedroom home... others
just wgant one. Some don't need or want a home quite
thit arge. But, at Jim Walter Homes it doesn't
matter what needs cr wants you have... we build
1 E1i-. uTr bedrooms... three...two or just
. a 't* .'- you want.' Jim Walter "better buy"
homes are custom built cn your property in a wide
variety of sizes and modes ... and they all' accent
comfort and functional beauty with special emphasis
on LOW CCST. What do you want? We'll bTuild it
And these custom built homes conform to high stand-
ards of qua ity to give you years and years of low
maintenance upkeep. You'lI spend more of your spare
time enjoying your hon. and your family while your
neighbors are fixing up atd painting. That's because
we use buidang materials that are especially selected
for long life .' alminum windows, hardboard
"wood made better" sidng 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 lower,
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 morn
interior work you do, the more you'll have. We'll
A cO pki Le of WSeoiod-howe %oge
to noualifind property owner.
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 32401
P. O. Box 246 -- 3303 West Highway 98
4- OPEN 8'tii8 W. OPEN 8'til 6
Weekdays Sat. & Sun. (&)
even furnish the materials and include tho cost in
your mortgage if you like.
* OVER 20 "BETTER BUY'" MODELS
0! BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY
Call or write your local Jim Water Homes' manager
today. He'll give you complete information and the
low cost of building a four-bedroom, two-bath home
for you... or any other home you want r need...
and explain how qualified property owners can get
INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING. IWst it time you
moved up to a "better buy" by Jim Walter? Sure it is.
JIM WALTER HOMES
(Mail to nearestoffice)
I would like to have mace
Information and the cost of
building on my property. I
understand there would be
no obligation to buy and
that you would give me these '
facts free of charge.
Telephone (or neighbors)
If rural route please give directions
| own property In count. |
L -I.-=--T j
I --I I I L _Ibl II I
iHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florld& THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
Bottle Ctuf t Meet
The N thwest Reional Btte
Club will meet November 20 at
7:30 p.m- at the Ceoteunil Bil-
Guest speaker fwr the occasion
will be Don Fredgant. A bottle auc-
tion wilfl e held! m i a
- .,SAY YOU SAW, IT IN THE STAR
Introducing The 1973 Mercury
150 HP Outboard
Invest Now In FloridaBoating
At Its' Best
EAST BAY MARINE
ALT. 98 and BOAT RACE
Three-Way Tie for First Place Makes
Men's Cage League 'Play Interesting
For Personal or Individual
S -- +
us long as customer maintains a $100.00 minimum balance
- 10, a.-,...
S50 aint .enan c e-e "
l .cu "s ,+ i ." "A .. : 0 -.. 0
S.should customer's minimum balance drop below $100.00
._ . ..
No ..Service Charge
made to' students or customers 60 -years- of age, or older, regard-
e ssi. of bank balance.. .. --
Effective January 1, 973
The above Service Charge will be in effect provided you use per-
S Snaliized checks which can be purchased at a nominal charge
'' through the Bank.
If there are any questions 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
Want to Move A Shrub?
KAll..A &L o. T: O. ^ rN % ;f
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to offer or tranfs; to'
tour many friends and neighbors
lor their -acts of kindness andi ex-
pressions of concern during "the-
recent illness and death of our
hIusban4, Robert Lee Huffinami
'Your kindness' was very inmk
MRS. SUSAN HRUFFRhAN
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
Bp LY STATE WHY %. FE L THIS PERSON
E EIV THIS AWARD:
S1 The Jayeee e/.-., t [,-.*' Service Award is presented
*- .1, ;,.to an outstanding young man of the community for lea-
dership and, service during the calendar year, The winner does
not have to be a Jayeee.
2. Any young man, 21 -.. @ib'jLh 35 years of age is eligible
for nomination unless the nominee became 36 before January
1, of that year.
Mail entry tQ
PORT ST. JOE JAYCEES
P. 0. IBox 158
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
A ROSE GARDEN
Your Marine Recruiter doesn't promise you a
rose garden. But he can and he does promise
you an unparalleled opportunity to prove yourself
if you are accepted as a Marine recruit. The Ma-
rines want men who are not afraid qf tough physical
training. They want good men and they know
how to make them better. The result is an elite
combat-ready force fully dedicated to keeping the
pace a tight team that values quality more than
quantity. Men who know that while nobody likes
to fight, somebody has to know how. It's a tough
assignment, and a big one. The men who measure
up to it have a reason to be proud. They have pro-
ven their self-reliance, their courage, and their skill.
Why not prove something to yourself. See your
Marine representative. Ask him if you qualify
to third' one of the hundreds of different jobs that
Marines do every day. Jobs such as Aviation Main-
tenance Electronics Construction Radio
Communication Data Processing and many,
many more. Let him tell you about the numerous
educational programs available at high school and
college levels. The Marines are looking for a few
good men who have what it takes. You may
be one of them.
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
A Thought to
There have been many inspi-
ing words about overcoming our
handicaps. The pages of history
are filled with the stories of men
and women who, despite handi-
'caps, have achieved greatness.
Judges in the Bible tells of an
interesting event which relates
to the ,iL.-,-,.:'-,..' of an army.
It says' there were 700 chosen
The ', -., '*' fact about this
great army is that these men had
not always been left-handed.
were seasoned sol-
diers who had been in battle and
been '.,-: .:. .z'. -! of the use of
their right hands-their sword
They had learned to be fight-
ers with their left hands.
We all feel handicaps in our
own lives. But the greatness in a
person comes through when they
The 700 left-handed soldiers
won their- battle-so can we. Ev-
eryone has a strategic reserve of
physical and spiritual energy
and adaptability which we rarely
OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM-
BER: No one knows his limit-
because he never reaches it.
K IL PATRIC K
rn last Thursday night's men-s. Moigul added 14 and Thomas 12. W 1 1 II I
basketball action, Thomas deteat- fMcGee was led by Garland and m w s I E I i i i o
ed Hanson; Bouie defeated MeGtee Jones with six each. Thomas is
ad Peabady defeated Davis, now 3-1 and McGee is 0-4. This is the dormant season for nurseryman can advise you of the can add beauty to your garden. If
rn Monday night's action, Thon- Davis defeated Hanson 41 ot 37. most of our trees and shrubs ac- best trees for your area. In tropical you have not planted them there
Sdemished McGee by a lopsid- Dvi w led by Thomason and cording to the Florida Nurserymen Florida you will find shade trees is still sufficient time to enjoy a
ed score of 48 to 25. With three Ashe with 14 and 12 respectively. and Growers Association. Now is entirely different than those in bed of pansies.
players steering in double figures. Hanson was led by Shackleford and an excellent time to set a tree or northern Florida, so rely on your
for Thomas, led by Sims with 1~S Weston with 15 -and 12. Davis is new shrub in the garden. .: ':k h, nurseryman.
x ew 2-2 Le av-o 1S. azaleas are showing strc Still time to set out some win- *
S-.,e may be in bloom) they can ter -: ;. annuals. Calendulas, Services ela
S ffi e N d, Boe defeated previously un-be removed from one area to an- petunias, snapdragons and salvia
'Officers Namedlby beaten Peabody y a score of 61 other. When., azaleas begin to all .- .... '. winter color Sunday for Mrs.
Sto 59. Bomuie, *and Pittman bloom this early you want to keep Your local nurseryman will have
Culrch Isored W odmen', d :iif :Y E':. pit,.-_ tab on the petals. Petal blight a sufficient amount of plants i-i- Ludine W allace
with 17, 16 andi16 points.&IP -'1.. Igus, will frequently attack the able for your selection. W allace
The newly organized United Me- was led by ,: Ar '~-:ur' and blossoms causing htem to wilt over- Those of you that were late in
thodist Women met for their first Butts who '* 14, .14 and 13 night. The FNGA suggests that arriving for the winter months Mrs. Ludine Adel Wallace, 51,-
meeting January 9 at the First points. Both team now have a 3-1 you spray your azaleas once a may want to start a small *.. "'-b'e of 158 Avenue E, passed away
TThited Methodist Church with the record. : with sineb or maneb or Di- -. -. '" : radishes, last Thursday after a short ill-
;:--.r'':, Mrs. Joe Hendri pre- Standings w L Pet- thane M45 fo the control of etal -..- onions turnips and mus- ness. She was a native of Frank-
sidig,. Thomas .__---- 3 1 6 67 blight. tard can all be : .,, In fact, lin County and had been a resi-
The main agenda "was the pro- Bouie 3 1 .667 any .. that is grown in the dent of this "rea for many years.
grams set up for the year by Mrs. Peabody _----- 3' 1 .667 Trees are a valuable asset in spn that is grown iorth n the denh was a member of thi tfor e First
Sidney Anchors, program chair- Davis 2 .500 Florida. Now is an excellent time springup north can be Sh was a member of the L iving God.
woman. Other officers for the year Hanson 1 3 .250 to set an oak, a magnolia, a pinein Florida
include Mrs. Sidney Anchors, vice- McGee 0 4 .000 or other shade tree. Your local ndF a citrus Survivors include her husband,
president; Mrs. Alfred Joines, sec- ------ mands thatin your yard. vew is an excellent Willia Wallace of Port St. Joe;
retary; Mrs. Herman Deari, trea- 'your .a..n.ec .l one daughter, Ann n Gib-
surer; Mrs. R. A.Brinson, no mna- .- _irm m rs h t a w he G in
Langs ,thtohwn ,to, and eErnest b r!ter ,.: four sisters,
Mission coodinators are: chris- I .ystem wllexpand":,..'..
On HvaTura ro sysay c and a et F
tian m personhoo, Mrs. Charles On y tomake top -'-':" in the i": 'c"" Bolden and F.T't,'-Vann;
Browne; supportive community, b.....ofive brothers, Henry Lee Addi-
Mr& KIr. Christian social David'Langston, Drake guard Sweetpeas are magnificent when son, Albert Billy And
n.cs k,- s- G. C.son, Emerson %.Jr.,aand
.-.... -concernsG. C. from' Port St. Joe, led the BuU- --r properly and at ,-. .- Zecn e er 'o one son- .-
*r ,. 's concerns, .M.r dogs to heir first Missouri Val- of year you should be picking ..:. law, w daughtersinlaw, four
SBiggs; :Mexco tat7:5; program ay h A us a odRorley Conference victory as Drake ens of blossoms. You need to re- r' five sisters-in-
S: ::. :.YMrs.+ Floyd Roberts; ^ defeated. New Mexico State, 75- member, says the FNGA, to use a Nlaw an od a hose of n eces and ne
chairwoman committee on mem- 66 in Las Cuces last Thursday. 4-8-8 to o produce blos- law ane
bership, Mrs. Edwin D. kamsey. Langston scored 17 points for soma and them coming on
'f.'! eMillard Spikes is ex the Bulldogs, 8-4 on the year plant Leaf miner will be a Funeral services were held
...:,-.'... member of the: executive 0 and 11 in V -: play after drop- but diainon or ,, -:., from the First Born
committee./ ping a double overtime contest used ** ~ can prevent 1~, -.. ''-",. h of The Living God with
to --..rL-- State, 97-92 last by insect. Bishop R. B. Thompson, officiat-
week in their first league game. i Don't forget your They ing. Interment followed in For-
Drake plays at West Texas are heavy feeders and must be fed est Hill Cemetery under the Ldi-
S. State in a televised conference two- ... weeks with a soluble reaction of Kilpatrick Funeral
game Saturday. '' This ...:, ... 1 fi,- .'- Home.
THE ST. JOE PAPERMAES FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION .dll hold its annual meeting January 23, 1973,
at the Papermakers Unicn Hall locatdl on' th Street.
The time will be 7.00 p.m. Members will be eligible to
register at the door for a'3tV30 Rifle to be -ven away'
at the close of themeeting. A representative from Cona
Insurance Company will be'pr ent to discuss the types
of insurance avaiJUal.El to nembrs. Our Federal Auditor
has also been asked to attend.
I PAGE SEIIWC
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RAGE EIH TH STR PotS.Je lrd HUSA.JNAY1,17
Florida PSC intendsto "Hold the Line"
On Utility Rates In New Prce 'Phase
The Florida Public Service Com- to our society and we fully intend
mission intends to 'ontizimne hold-! to do everything in our power Ato
69g the lipe on public utility rate see tht at ty amisumers receive
creasess just 'as much 'as is 'hu- adequate service .at the lowest.pos-
manly possible" PSC Chairman shite tes,"" Bev s assetted. '
William H. (Bill) Bevis said this "This does not mean that we
week. wiflle fi mn all utility .rate
Bevis' pronUme t came. on i increase requests--ve yay.have io
the 'heels 'ofa Presidential decision alternative bt to allow aome ,in-
to lift wage and price 'controls 'ex- crease so particular companies can
cept in a few certain areas, remain fin -T.n.lT iheit hy in or-
Bevis said the PSC has been op- der to pro 'ide adequate service.
e rating .under Phase II guidelines "I 'ant everyone to 'xnow, how-
and that these criteria have been, ever,i flhatsCis siniisgoing
met in recent rate case decisions. to be just as tightfisted as iit, pos-
"Public utilities are necessities sibly "can," Bevis eandide .
by SHANNON SMITH
Home Grounds Specialist
University of Florida
A well landscaped home having their single largest investment,
bea!thyv shade trees, shrubs and; So, every effort should be made f,:
flowers, and a well kept lawn does- obtain maximum value for
n't just happen! It takes careful money spent. The type of lot and
planning, several years and per- how well it is developed-incluhid-1
uetiial maintenance. The main goal ing landscaping-can add to or
in landscaping should be to pro- detract from future property val-
ride a quality living environment 'ties. If properly landscaped, a lot
which can be used and enjoyed by and home can greatly increase in !
you' and your family. value., Too often we see a beautiful
home on an attractive site with
Ideally, the landscape and the practically no landscaping. This is
bomse i:hclid *be planned together, a sad site indeed. With only a lit-
or .most families, a house will be tle planning and minimum expense
(as compared to the price of the I
home) the package could be com-
Memoriteumd And, very often a few hun-
1 MiemO rilUMs dred dollars for plants adds thou-
sands of dollars to the property
1LVVING M MKRIES
Ynur gentle face and patient smile
Withsadness we recall
Ybm kad a kindly word for each
And died beloved by all.
The voice mute and stilled the
That loved us well and true
Ah bitter was the trial to part
From one so good as you.
Youi are not forgotten loved one
Nor will you ever be
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
We will miss you now, our hearts
As time goes by we miss you more
Your loving smile your gentle face
No one can fill your vacant place.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Bro. Lu-
cion Glenn acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation of the kind ex-
pression of your sympathy.
MRS. ROSA GLENN
S"PORE BOY'S CORNER"
I IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 18, 19 and 20
No. 1 White
POTATOES-- --10 lbs. 89c
Georgia Grade "A"
0FLO R--- 5 Ibs. 69c
MAYONNAISE---. qt. 49c
46 Ounce Cans
Hawaiian Punch 3 cans $1.00
Apple-Grape, Apple and Apple-Strawberry
I andeh e Aileiout
-a- m IL 11 ~. .
Shoulder Fresh Pork
Beef ROAST -------Ib. 99c NECK BONES l------b. 39c
Blade Cut Pull cut
Chuck ROAST --- lb. 69c ROUND STEAK l-- b. $1.19
Sliced SIRLOIN or
BEEF LIVER-------- lb. 69c CLUB STEAK lb. $1.39
Choice Beef New York
RIB STEAK ------l b. $1.19 STRIP STEAK -----l b. $1.98
Fresh Ground ]very Day
CAKE MIX -
value in a iew years.
The time to start considering
your landscaping is when buying
a lot. Mudh of its potential land-
scape development and value asl
real estate can be determined atz
that time. Consider these factors
on ,bY. location you are thinking'
What happens during the rainy
season? Does water stand on any
part of the lot or does it soak into
the ground quickly? Avoid sites'
where poor surface water drainage
is evident, or lots where water
collects. Excess water can hinder
construction and make growing
Check the soil on the lot and
Mix or Match 'em
318 Oz. Jars
if it is very sandy and usually dry, j any small flowering trees can be the others.
consider soil improvement prior to used in place or transplanted to Also select
landscaping. fit into the design. Good trees in- will satisfy
.One ,of .the most important fac- crease property values and should families nee
tors to consider on lot selection is be saved by marking and staking children. 0
the existing trees. A few mature off to prevent removal or damage left natural
trees will :greatly
ct the kind of lot which
family needs. Some,-
ed large open spaces for
otherss may want space
to reduce maintenance.
to your desires if at all
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How to be sure your electric
appliances are as economical
as they are handy.
Enjoy your electric, appliances, but
use them wisely.
We have a whole booklet of
helpful hints on using your electricity
more efficiently. We'd like you to
have a copy of this booklet.
Just stop by our Florida Power
office in your area.
And if you're interested in budget-
Ing your electric bills each month,
consider our Equal Payment Plan.
It eliminates the inconvenience
of higher seasonal bills by letting you
pay the same amount each month,
summer and winter.
If you're a year 'round residential
customer, we add your electric bills
for the past 12 months to determine
what your total will be for the
next 12 months.
Then, we divide by 12 and bill
you for that amount each month.
At the end of the year, any differ-
ence between what you paid and
what you actually used will be figured
into your payments for the
If you'd like to know what your
monthly payments would be under
our Equal Payment Plan, just call
L Or inquire when you pick up your
Here are some helpful hints t
show you how to your
electron applanem economy .
Icaly and effcntly. Leam
these simple ri es that could
stretch your electric dlar!
Maxwell House With $10.00 Order
C OFFEE-----lb. bag
With $10.00 Order or More
SU GAR-----5 b. bag
Whole or 2
SLAB BACON lb. 59c
3 Ibs. $1.59
PAGEEIGB- TH STA- Prt S. Jo, Flrid
THURSr~tDAYv, JANUARY 18, 7Mi
Specials for Jan.
15 through 20
( 1 STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 PA E NIN '
SHOP RICH'S, Port St. Joe, SAVE TIME and MONEY!-
For Sale -
3 Bedroom House
Located At Mhite City
Approximately 2 Acres Land
with BARN and Large Concrete Block
41 Acres of Land For Sale
j -- II_ I I I
"IGA No. 303 Cans
BARTLETT 'PEARS 3 cans 89c
IGA FaincyGreen No. 303 'Can
LIMA BEANS can 25c
IGA Fancy No. 303 .Can
Sliced BEETS can 20c
Sti-t. Chunk Lite No % Can
Chunk TUNA ---2 cans 99c
Jumbo (All Flavors) Pkgs. of 12
MOON PIES 73 pkgs. $1.00
TGA -,ound Box, :
Iodized SALT .- = box 9c
' F 'm k I "t ._- ,r~ t "
MUCHMORE Liquid. 64 oz. 69c
:Co&n and Cane
"Blackburn SYARUP no. 5 jar 65c
Saltine CRACKERS lb 39c
Jack and i. i,- k M idget No. 303 Cans
GREEN PEAS 3 cans 99c
Ga. Grade "A" With $15.00 Order or More
1 doz. Eggs Free
2 doz. EGGS with $35.00 Order
,IGA Pink or Lemon Liquid 32 Oz. Bottle
lb. S 1.49
Bayer Tmed Release (Reg. $1.05 Val.)
ASPIRIN pkg. of 3
Extra Dry (Reg r ... $1.29 Va
Arrid Deodorant 6 o0
Tooth Polish (Reg. $1.59 VaL) "
PEARL 'DROPS 2.75 oz.
IGA -VELDA BORDEN
I.'LA.-* I,2 JUG C
1 with "1' Order or More
IGA ':of 12-
RO IL-- 3 pkgs. 89c
IGA (Save 10e)
FRENCH BREAD loaf 29c
DUNCAN INES (All ....
Cake Mixes F
`Tablerie Boneless B~of
$1.29 Tabierite Beef
$1.29 SIRLOIN STEAK
Rib STEAK _
lb. $1.58 All Meat FRANKS Ib.
BACON lb. 89c
i'e Beef TABLERITE LEAN
Rump;ROAST----... lb. $1.28 Ground
Sirloin Tip ROAST lb. $1.48 Chuck lb. 70
4 9 c
11 Oz. j~,*
IGA -- 10 Oz. Pkgs.
BROCCOLI SPEARS 3 pkgs.
OCEAN PERCH ..... pkg.
Complete Line of Potting Plants, Flower Seed, Garden Seed, Seed Potatoes, Peat
Moss and Potting Soil Plastic Hanging Planter $1.59
r' Del Monte .
SA 2.0 Ounce
PKGS. FRESH FLORIDA
R HALF BUSHEL BAG ,
TABLERITE HalfGallon ORANGES CABBAGE ---II
C rea C Navel ORANGES STRAWBERRIES pt.
Blue Bonnet 6-Stick 1 Lb. Pkgs.
MARGARINE --- 3
Tablerite American or Pimento
CHEESE SINGLES--- 12 oz. 69c
IGA ALL PURPOSE
10 POUND BAG
Avocado Small Large
PE ARS--.10c 19c
Turnips, Mustard, Collards
Large Bchs. Fresh Greens
9 HOME GROWN FRESH
QUARTER BUSHEL BAG
TANGEL 0 S
0 RANGES- $1 *
PES lb. 29c
Completely Home Owned'and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
I I 'I r-;
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -NOT STAMPS
NOTICE TO. RECEIVE
: SEALED,'BIDS .
The Board of Cdunty, Commis-
sioners, Gulf County, Florida, will
receive sealed bids from any per-
son, company or corporation inter-
ested in selling the County the fol-
lowing deecnbed personal proper-
0NE (1) MIC HARROV and
ONE (1) SEEDER to be used with
a sie 5,000 FORD DIESEL TRAC-
TOR with the. flU wing 'specifica-
HA BOW: Shall be at least nine
feet six irebe. witf at least twer*,.
sir twetE' Dr a'ch sll-pUtpe blade
an-I at least a r.ime foot Spacl
front ad ata Wt a sevwn an ,
hbaf ISot .,xg &M.,
dwl f '. Itot lift
Bids. fif be irece1ia unil 7 73E
PM., -qnaiay 25, *1m9bS at hle R.,
he f of tacle ~ T. t Cl
P 0. B(. 8 Port- St. 14, .Il
ida Te Bvird t4 rves tb hpift
to reject any .adll- 0.Eids.
BOA"TMO OF COUNTY
GTJLF COTJf'1TV, FLA
A L DAV1- Chm_
.1., _. v --
I-- NOTICE 70 Bib
BID NO. 136
The City of' t-, gft J.- Je '.',-,n.
inies''bi'di on the w, i.,!
,. septic tank. to be ~1 r'.
7Water Plantiropert, w'th b
]owing minimum specifications:'
I 750 Gallon Tank-105' of 4" clay
.rrti" a _-'o trench- 4" pea
-.''- .ii \t.. in l ',.nch.
Th. rity 'f Port St. Joe, Florida,
rrr.'-.r': i.hI nbt to accept or re-
,;..,: n :ii l l'ls received. .
Rid owpenr,;- vi0l be in th': Ml)
rrp,.'-..),l -. Port S ..,
FT.',.->, 1E -R.1. ; 5, 1973, at 8:00
P ~4 ~:'T T -'. must be *,jtv.ri I't
e.i f) tb Ci ty 'erk's office no
later than 5:00 P.MVL E.S.T., Febru-
ary 5, 1p73. Bids shall be seplkl in
an envelope and plainly ,0''i
"BID NO. 136".
C. W.BROCK 1-18
City Auditor & Clerk 3t
STATE _OF _FLORIDA -DEPART-
MENT OF POLLUTION CON.
Pursuant to See. 403.088 (4) (a)
Florida ',t .., an applications
for a Temporary Operation Permit
.has been -filed with the Depart-
AprL' eit Mr. .CW. Prooil
.':f-v ,i and Clerk, :., .f
irtl %,* 3,1.. Port St. ot, Jo '-
S 1 .c:,tic.rr. f ,.U~.Ii ,- O ,,0 r-!4
Port St. Joe -.-., tj..-fw 1,1.
plant, City of ..1 Vst.i .11, ..,
ida 32456 (NorPh ....4f i, h .,r i
side-of U. S.T 'T ;,..11 ,I -
.Receiving 'k>.... ? j.:,r,, St. Jo
Florida's influenza o u t break
should not be severe this year say
. Receiving Water Classifica-
tion: lass IL
Re,:eAving Water Basin: 32.3
Aftpsr n',, riic' of the ap-
plication, any additional informa-
,:r. firxK::1 3C.in* l! written ob-
jCt.;"r:. *:tii, thv department
sb g'.it .*..r deny a temporary
J* lriona... p-rEnmt N. ::temporary
T 'Iw p ', .an1't j c.x.":.v.''.
Ara* ',_,, .lip-em i,, ;.'. by the.de-
1 7Vi lp T n v', ,. ',)\. d.-' isch a.r.g
14gr rr r w
cssar .tco:'lte.-:i p.e'ar.: '
*-.in, or operation ofpan '.np-r o-
ed- and. ac-eptable r'..-. 711 o P -
alten't. .-te .'; -.- n :
ori thit the apph'.di i b:. ,,ae
for ,' r.hh ns f te i. rl -i .-
.4blA re.h',, ',, tf.rx t ,e-r, ,r.r -:: *
.i Teden a l.:r.a fmp .
Irr i t. u o' k
exitreme hnardsh ip upon.hej;
"- ? -,;; ,[!,' -, r, r;.L ^- ,; A:-
D-,.' ,.f.f. A .t ,. '. t I,'. ,..f ,-e.'
necessary to complete research,
planning, ,. ,r. : :.r installa
tion, or operation- of ae ll rqo
ed' and. acceptable -... ):,..,,
abatement facility or : .- -
waste disposal. system;
'4. There is no. present, reason=
*:,l. :;i,,...,, ,,,'. i- m eans of dis
'.',.'. *- -,-,aste .' ,' than
by discharging it into the waters
of the state.
5. The denial of a temporary
';l~ i:.'a..:. permit would work an
extreme hardship upon the ap-
the public interest, or .
.7. The discharge will. not be
unreasonably destructive to the
quality of the receiving waters.
A copy .f '.- ..' :. *.-. is
available fo P W I .r.. tur-
ing regular 1.o..i. a -. bept.
of Pollution Control located at 1389
Shoreline Dive, Gulf Breeze, Flor-
Residents in the .i;s *:':* area
of the discharge receiving waters
are hereby ,..,f.-.'i 0*, -t4 '.. *':.i
or coms en1 T r,'-' '- ( :, i t.-, *',,
before Jar 2r ,1; fLn-:-.
m ust be I-_,. r'. n ,,r,,- ,.*
the Regional office, Department of
Pollution Control, 1389 Shoreline:
Drive, Guf Breeze, Florida. 32561.
VINCENT D. PATTON,
Executive Director it
THE STAR, Port It. oe. Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
Health Department Says State's
Influenza Should Be Mild This Year
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health officials of the Division of is, concentrated in South Fl :>;'.a. "Immunity induced by influenza
Health of. the Florida Department This is because South Florida is vaccines s relatively specific for
of Health and Rehabilitative Ser- -:, the t. h
"There will be some influenza er tourists go. fluenza season to t :'nct the chrdni-
activity. We will have a seasonal "The tousts probably bring the ically ill from specific types of
ancr-aie of influenza and influenza- flu with them fro ahe vaccine. And since the prepara-
like disease. But we do not -e. : o.. rom oe nor on- flution and distribution of the vac-
a widespread epidemic," said is mid-December- cnes takes many -K: a var-
ley I. Music, .. assistant state .. tourist season iant of influenza "A" virus can
epidemiologist for the Division of : .as .; .with A/Eng-
Health. "So what we have to do is 1 -' commonly called "Lon-
"We are, however, encountering t all t",- r..:.' ple the don Flu".
-'.. kind of concern over in- :- _.-.: ::.' the sea- "A major outbreak of influenza.
f ,i-r,-'. "'hat' we face each year," son : -: ---- :'.- protec- like disease due to London flu oc-
':. "because an emotional ''*. : ... :. -. urrtd ; nt.':. m '* : Baltimore-
.:-j',.. accompanies each influ- their ;.: :-: .: --Novem- 'area, Dise due to
enza outbreak. ber. .... ::: 5.:-. if one this strain has also been found in
"Deaths'of people already chron- has not '. -. ,e vaccine before, other parts of the country Florida
ically ill with another disease and takes tim .
attributed to influenza cause ,.:' "Those people who have already
response : : occur when had influenza vaccine in the past
true influenza sweeps r:' a require only a single booster this
COmmunity. This type of flu can year. ::, .-, will be induced
give 'a heart ,5 '' a heart at-I two weeks following the booster
tack, a L.:?:. patient kidney fail-' shot
ure, and a person ,with chronic "The vaccine does not really
bronchitis or emphysema fatal help .'.. :* people., -: mostly
pneumonia. just get a bad cold if they are ex-
"Other types of virus cause an posed-to influenza.
-- ;. :.: -.- r "The vaccine is only effective in
of these are much like that of a preventing the severe
cold tions of flu in w ho al ready
"We are just beginning to see an have a chronicllness. It does not
increase in influenza and influenza- usually prevent the ". .. en-
like : in Florida. Most of it tirelyo
wfil rrr.-t-y be hit by London fluenza and influena-Eike disease
fin too. pertaining to a particular ecnmun-
"The current influenza vaccine ity can be obtained from county
does offer some protection against health departments and private
London flu. However, it is in short physicians.
supply and is not recommended for
use in healthy Floridians County h e departments
with allergies sh as along with the Division of Health
"People with allergies such as i carefully
egg allergies generally should not is carefully watching the current
be given the vaccine because of influenza season and will inform
possible dangerous side effects, the public about .any unexpected
", "Specific information about in- changes or severe outbreaks."
DETA EXPLOATIO CO.
is ; r.- l '. nt .' i. .. r !
IN GULF' and FRANKAN COUNTY
For the Next 60 Days
and will be en".. --in- the following hi hwaea
SO, so-A. 98s, 8 71 and 8
from time to time. 11 i t1 F'q -i r..1 iomis cautioning
all motorists to observe "Men WVr'.-rl: in'" signs when
driving in these areas.
DELTA EXPLORATION CO.
Home F M 'IS FURNITURE MARKET TIME
We're off to the Market and Need Room
SHOP DANLEY FURNITURE THIS WEEK END AND INSPECT OUR "ROOM-MAKING" PRICES!
One step won't take you very far,
You've got to keep on walking.
One word, won't tell 'em who you are
You've got to keep on talking.
An 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', Towser
Masticates the toughest bone.
The constant, cooing lover 1
Carries off the blushing maid.
And the constant advertiser
Is the one who gets the trade!
HARD TO BELIEVE?
MAKE US PROVE IT!
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 PAGE ELEVEN
-- m I -- I 5 iN 1-
WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES
It an ad erlised special s ever sold out ask the
Manager for a Rai" c'Och Itenal eie y totho
same item at the same 'ip-eal price the lol
lowing week. Or If You-wlsh We'll give You c
comparable hen at le same speci Price.
A&P p o unconditiOnaIr moneyback guar-!
ant. i What it is, no matter who
B RFiJT QUICK FROZEN 1 --
MEAT DINHNERS...:39c -
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF CHIP STEAK OR i
London Br Oil .EL.S. 49 .
*'SUPER-RIGHr, BEEF TOP ROUND, BOTTOM ROUND OR EYE STYLE s
Boneless Roast.. .$129
"SUPER-RIGHT" DELICIOUS FRESHLY L
Ground Chuck 88..
-i I! I- m~1^ aY~lffiT
COPELAND DELICIOUS SLICED
COOKE HAM.. DI$1.38
ALL MEAT SLICED
COPELAND BOLOGNA... 69c
DR. PEPPER or
6 PAK OTN.
Plus 1O~ 1p.-~.it
GUART JAR Ann P ge
MAYONNAISE qt. jar 49c
ANN PAGE PORK & BEANS 21-OZ. CAN
S" IIII' PORK &
Va am PORK &
Van Camp BEANS
Veg. All Vegetables,23,
DIET (Yukon Club 12-oz. Can 84c
Shasta Beverages 9C
TEA BA GS ------ ct. 10c
Make Hands Feel Softer
Jergen's LOTION -15 oz. $1.29
ASSORTED FLAVORS LAYER
uncan Hines .. PK 4,
Campbell's-o ... r" 13
100% BRAZILIAN INSTANT COFFEE
Eight 0Clock.... -o.
VACUUM PACK |-.7
Maxwell House,.. n
VACUUM PACK (Sanka Instant 4 oz. Jar 99c)
Sanka Coffee...'. 1
WITH LEMON AND SUGAR (Our Own Brand 24-or. 886c
Nestea Instant.... 95'
Nestles Quik.... 78'
Hersheys Syrup... c23'
Carnation Milk.. C A' 16'
A&P NON-DAIRY CREAMER 18LB. JAR 59c
Borden's Cremora A69c
Wheaties Cereal.. .o 46!
ANN PAGE GELATIN 6-OZ. PKG. 17c NABISCO SPOON SIZE
Jei-O Gelatin.. .2 39c Shredded Wheat. ox. 37'
DOG FOOD (Daily Dog Food 15'/a-OZ. Can 10c) REGULAR OR QUICK (Sunnyfleld Oats, 18-ox. 85c)
Ken-L-Ration 6 -" Quaker Oats.... '37'
FOR COLD RELIEF Pl, sbury
Contac Capsules.. $G 1 FLOUR----- 5 Ib. bag 59c
AMB R. GREEN OR RED
A&P INSTANT RICE 14-OZ. BOX 39c
ALP Mouthwash, 69c Minute Rice..... 51'
K_'TEX NAPKINS 24 CT. BOX 79c MACARONI AND CHEESE
Kotex Tampons...' *'*$1" Kraft Dinners ... x Z3'
20c OFF LABEL (AHOY LIQUID Ot. Bt. 3/95cd HUNT'S
Ivory Liquid..... o 61' Tomato Paste.... z 18'
ASSORTED COLORS ANGEL SOFT A&P 460z. ,an
JUMbo Towels .. 4o Ros $j.oo Grapefruit Juice --- can ,!1
A&P DISPOSABLE DAYTIME DIAPERS 30 Ct. Box $1.39 PLAIN OR IODIZED (A&P Brand 26-oz. Box 9c)
Daytime Pampers *o 159 Morton's Salt.... 'X 13
PRICES COfERED IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT ARE EFFECTIVE THROUGH SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1973. ITEMS OFFERED
F'iR SALE IN THIS AD. ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHER RETAILERS OR WHOLESALERS.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973
Fabergef $2.50 Value
Hand and Body Lotion .- $1.50
Heaven Sent Reg. $3.00
Spray Cologne '--------$2.00
Heaven Sent $3.50 Value
Hand and Body Lotion
Bonne Bell Reg. "$6.00
Bonne Bell eg. $10.00
Creme Lot ion ---- $6.00
on 'REXALt SUPER PLENAMINS
Buzzett's Drug Store
PHOr ,f -ij7,j 317 _" ,;ILLL..L._S AT
Pleknr oF Free P.-iring
Cornwipont DriveiIn Window at Side of Store
Jesse V. Stone was again in-
stalled as president of the St.
Joseph Historical Society last
Wednesday' night at the annVal
dinner meeting of the 12-member
group. Stone has served several
terms as president in the past.
Other officers. installed 13:.'l'
ed: Charles. Smith, vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. William H. "'-, re-
cording secretary; Mrs; -
Brown, -: :.'. secretary;
Mrs. Herman Dean, treasurer;
Mrs.. Ralph Swatts, .'..'*:
'Mrs. B. A. ~r' ':i n St., tele-
'phone and Mrs. R. H. E r r,
old cemetery chairman.
The :;r:.:,.'..'gr:-.0 Mrs.
Fred ~i-:.n:., .n he: -3h birth-
day; which was'. observed the
night.of na'e :,xe 7.s'i? : Mad-
-dox was yper.. 'h '.lock-
et by R. H -Si'. : pr pres-
ident, of, h- S..
: i of Richard
..,...,: ".:. the audience of
about' 45 people n-. r i r. the
banuet.as -: .: r in-
h : had a vast knowledge of
t' he history of ; .-St. .Joseph
and thle State and expressed his"
concern about preserving the' im-
portant .artifacts and informa-
tion h' Terh.1jjL.il- .'n* of
the g wi bm.. p'ast -.f the
state. "If w're ,'. reminded of
the bad tiirvesi t r' have hap-
pened, '". 1 to forget how far
we have come.. We build on our
.. -need constant
:--. ; ,'[ w.. -'-, how we
: w are today."
'- ;\ "The soe-
ial c3' -' e nrotcured
by are pre-
..n T' .. r"'-* r, is
a k-r. kE'.a .i :ues
which 7v- t 7r r: c'-a liy Ws-
tory t' be f'ifi-il for every-
:' ; r ; S to a
qu0?ion[. E:, .. -. in favor of
S-.- .:.old ori-
i]r_ ; ....-'"_ .:. .L ate Capi-
S. .. ,will save
;. : ur state's
._':-.' "^--, ; ....- m any
*? -.i. ; f,-' ,-', ; :- .." : w ere
e%' .eDE:'z ,'. ": j the
-.-:r' *,i'"e first
place. 'OriB..f these is. the "Cas-
cades" .ei ian. i .-nit.! building
in tb>.: -"I'!: :*-Ai D por.
tion cf h,:. l......,.ds" wroid, be
-HISTOIIC AL SOCIETY OP FICEtRS .L1,fP 1,'p ilt! Mr'., Wa ar, "- --- '.- V. M:B A. Pdi'o, r, r Mj Ohm:
EL flit-.A L M., 1b.. I.IL Brill-an. Ch-301 A M tri n.~.r. 1Wrh SW;" Al.E-i%' 't"'-'' '
Sharks Take Three Big Wins During
The Past Week's Scheduled Play
.Port J..... :. Tiger Sharks. e-
Ssumed tb.. winning. i ,>:. last'
" Wtek:. w','._ '.' over' b.-,
ilhot the b *
Fort M ..-, M884.
S TI.- 'I.- out-scored the'Ti- .
g'e- 184 in the first 'ig an.-r .' ,
p .'':.'.. it on i :- t of th..-
game. The Tigers, were., out-
'm ann9ed in- L*. '.- period in. the'.
SSharks'-"Most '.'.i.}. victory
The -A...?k' i.d h, >',;nc,:,.r,
Skin tn di1'tjA fi i ij' nts l'iby
.10 p ''.st. ; f'. t ,-rniti L h. .,
squad was used in .t gka ,' ,.
C Eerett pacWd the 7 r with ..
14 pjliiH. -- -
I. .: i 5 r' JOE-Bryant r7,
,;,,.. 4-16,-, Quinn 5-0-10;
Rau;. Herring -'.t'': F..
i. '- r.:,., 34.-7; Diio .
I' t-:~ T. Buss 1'-2; Adkison 1-
0-2; Rich, '," .- /
,.:ESr". --' Coleman 1-0-4;
-.lkes "......Morris 7- Gun- -
Lee 4 U-.i Lindsay 4-
i-_,' Ever~t 5414. .
traveled to.Crestview for'a'com-
r..f'.. ti.. "--. 5844 win ovr'
; .'~~the Sharks were r a')
trotubi- .: -"' jumped off a
.14 10 ..' ..r the i, n r 4'
and were never behind.
It.. t.<- .' r. attack with 21
.'.. '.r :. 1.' poured
15 1 ,, : .*,11 the net and
- Sec ..y quarterst- 11'. I t 1.. Ron Bell
,i e t, t Joe 18 18 22 25--83 lei th. i.-:. '.b i4 points.
Chipi ------- 6 13 i1i5--48 .-' t,: 'arks were
; -DECLARING THIS
WHEREAS, fhe civic bodies and service organizations of
our community and' the departments of the local government rec-
'ognize the great service-endered to-this-community by-the.POERT
ST.. JOE JAYCEES, and
RI; TtRF,, The United States Jaycees and its affiliated
state.and local organizations have set aside the week of January
21-27, 1973 to observe JAYCEE WEK, and
SW EAS, this organization of young men has contribut-
ed. materially to' the betterment of this community throughout
THEREFORE, I, TOM S. COLDEWEY, Mayor of the City
of Port. St. Joe, do hereby proclaim the week of January 21-27,
1973, as Jaycee- Week and urge all citizens of our community to.
give full consideration to the future services of the Jaycees.
/s/ TOM S. COLDEWEY
Mayor, City of Port St. Joe, Florida
I in14 rebounds. Les-
lie Hall nd ';' .J.i
'11 eachI. '
Port.. Joe 14 17 12 -15-58
S.. 10 1011 1----44
1 -Q. 2 Qi
Hall 51-11 ~ I; i,-'. 2-1-5; F.
Russ 0-0-0; Dickens 0-0. ,
tended' i, i-. 1 of Mr." Bea-
man's R rv.t'f'-,r Robert E. Beaman;
in .Dayt,.i,,' C'- i r : -
i Mr.a -.-." '. brother pissed
away *..'.., ..,
," '? :' **;'",- Frantangelo
4-19; Coleman 'i iL,. I-- 3-1- g l uV
7; R. 'Bell 1 ,-; ,;, ." r..r 2-04;.
*IN flP --.?:.'.. *COURT
OF THE FOUT E6i NTH JET-
.. : '* =' : ,."Sharks" 7--TI 7.7 '-7'7" OF FLOB
did someGatr. '--a. nd de- '.-'..f', '.V-) FOR GULF
1i th,. .e ... o,.... .
the Sharks' home court. .1-' L
"Quinn led the attack T'. .
14 1 3 followed 1-' T.C Y.Xi TX'. '.L,[ -
's. ".-'. "14 and' Leslie I' I
Ha-ll and f'..-. 1!-.'- 1 ar with ,..T.CE OF SALE
.' points each .- :r led Ntice' 'i- herebY given that I
',.*1 ; c ....r:. ". ;, ..? .- ienff of Gulf
the Gators with i -e. ... ,, and y vir.
It looked like the Sharks were tue of a Writ o r h
in for a rough night in the early, fore :i 'out of the 'above en-
minutes of the game which saw titled .' e-;:K'7'r.r to a Final
,, L. -.. .... :. said court
the score tied 2. A-'- i O.-t dd.o
rest stop i" .: ;,:;r. :,J. g'72 r. e entitled cause,
however, the ',: -- t: '. h -I. '.-vied on Januaty 15, 1973,
and 7 .. ators 23-10 p 'h ':'-.-.? persoql pro-
and ', -..' r -.. V, : -.f. a- Randd .'. ; ~n
... ... G '"re ".st to-wit:
game Undivided 'one-half interest in
Score by quarters: Lots 1 and 3 in Block 29 of Port
Port St. Joe 20=23 18 20--81 .St.'Joe BIch, Unit No. 2, Frac-
Wewahitcka 20-10 11 11-52 'tional section. "Township 7
'PORT ST JOE-Bryant 7- --14; South, Range': 11 West, Gulf
ORCounty, Florida, according'to the
Grandberry M vi_ 9-0-18; official plat, recorded In. the of-
Hall 5-0-10; Herring '5-0-10, Russ flee of the Circuit Court Clerk.
3-1-7; Dickens 10-2; Dixon 4-0-8; Gulf Count, Florida, recorded
Atkison 3-0-6. in Plat Book 2; at Page 6*-
WEW AHITCHKA-Lyons 3-0. as the -property'of-the-above'named-
WAIT Lyons Defendant, and that upon the 16th
6; Holloway 1-2-4; Fisher 7-4-18; day of February, A. D. 1973, be-
Gray 3-3-9; Williams 5-1-11; Har- tween the legal hours of sale,
den 0-3-3; Riler 0-1-1. namely, 1:00 o'clock in the after-
noon and 2:00 o'clock in the af-
ternoon, ,on said day, at the front
Tomorrow night, the' Sharks door of the Court House in Port
will host the Walton High St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, I
Braves. Stra te tr l to will offer for sale and sell to the
Braves. Saturday they travel to highest bidder for cash, in hand,
Rutherford and next Tuesday' the above described property, as
night, host the Marianna Bull- the property of said Defendant, to
dogs who handed the Sharks one satisfy said execution.
of their three losses earlier in RAYMOND LAWRENCE
Sthe season sheriff, 1-18
the season, Gulf County, Florida 4t
restored in the very near future.
The speaker also told the So-
ciety he knew where the miginal
Constitution, signed in old St.
Joseph, was located. He reported
it -was now in the Library of
Congress and would be returned
to the State of Florida on per-
manent loan as, soon as the new
State I'.,-: and Archives
t'..:;- is completed next year.
Ar ..'-.- :- new bit of informa-
'tion was brought to the atten-
tion of the Society by Stone. He
said history shows six flags have
flown over Florida and not just
five. The sixth flag was Mexi-
co's, which had sovereignty over
Northeast Flrida for a little
over a year prior to. statehood.
TI tadig over b. new duties
president Stone reminded the
'?:.-;::;.;. that the 50th anni-
very of Gulf County would be
coming up in'1975 and it was
his aim to begin work. on a pro-
gram to .t:e :, the date dur-
ing the next two years.
Sec. Dick Stone Tells Historians
He Has Located First Constitution
FOR SALE': T .. ':r:. :"'FOR, RENT '. -": ',. Io.t ':' '
more :.'.-:." 2.74 7'.27:. stairs --. .i. .'_ S- INCOME TAX SERVICE
after & 3 216%B 8:. -
FOR SALE: 4 -.r:1- r OR RE.NT: ,'- .... ,.- BERNARD 0. WE.TER
ly ,.';, -.*.<* ;"'-._ I ,."r '; ..: ,rit ., house ,.., ." }' ".' 't < ( r.I-*.. n A,'v;
Large living room, lar- ': .i 1 'I pr.. i'7
220-,2 -A: -.% !PIANO LESSONS n .
home U. I' .' o,*y
FOR SALE: 20foat i2..:6. .- 1' i776 '. WANTED: M. ih servc st
boat Phohe tf-11 i non un1 d'L oCe experience.,
b h- FOR ,RENT: One bedroom hin ei-' Apply at Ralph and Henry's Stan.
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom mason- St. Joe Beach Furnmihed., .n dard- Setnic. .. tf8.
ry house. Utility room and car- tact Smith's 'b ,,...cv.. Phone 227.
port. For information call 227- 5111' fc9-8 -
8641. 4tp-1-18 ," 1
WANTED: House or lots facing FOR.RENT: Ftrnished beach "cv* GEORGE S. COODY
WANTEDach or near water s tacP. tages. Reaonable monthly rltes ElectricAl Contractor -
Box H, :C.." Fla..Phone 482- Phone 227-3491 or 227-8486. tftc Rd.-ltIti.,I ',ini ludustrial
3354 or; '2'-' '- 4te 1-18 W n, .ii.,l .A,-hli urj.- R'-ptrrs
FOR SALE: ThSo b.,':--.: i ''.- *;t The Best Cosfs Le CALL 229-5171
Joe Beach, DeSoto St. Call 229- TRY CALL 229 .1
4556 -after 5 p.m. 2tp-1-18 VAR TUN' G '
.FOR" SALE: Used 8' green fabric
couch. $40. Phone 648-3934. 2tp
FOR SALE: 1966-1968 BSA 6" fork
C L.'.,tr.: and arm covers, $30.
1M5 N .-h is f..:m.',.'$35, needs
: '...,3.4:i *., ,'; ,: ,,,. et
FOR SALE: 2 tZ.,Iroom house (ful-
ily carpetIl to )id'. room and
1htiu" '.e i -t.h.L -'e It 515 5 4t1
IStt uir CiU 2-'72711.] xtPnilMo
i2 tfc 101
FOR SALE; 3 r-3 fx oMa bue.; with,
i -r '". ': '- by-' ...4bot.r CaU
229.5,21. tf 10-29-
FOR RENT: Apartment, 510 8th
Street Phone 6484800. tfe-9-7
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attrati'vely furnished apart.
meats. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They must be seen to be appreciat-
ed. Contact I. or Mrs. B. C. Prince
at WIMICO LOOGE and TRAILER
PARK, White City.Phone 229-2413
or 648-3101. tf,-l.28
WANTED by individual. Approxi-
rr '. l]v 300.acres suitable for cat-
tle,; cleared or uncleared. Some
low land wduld be okay. Phone 268-
6874' or write K. Dinkla, 11042
Scott MWl Road, Jacksonville,
Florida 32217. 8tp-11-23
WANTED: '-'.' roommate for
0 bedroom house. Completely
furnished. Call after 4:30 229-6446.
l and 1--7
Air '... ; ...x.- ,-':
Oil Burner Techn m an
CALL 2294-863 o 229-STT
LOSE WEIGHT faith h Niew Shape
tt-.s. f dn. ; supply only $1.49.
At CA;-BE 'S ? DT'RU STORE.
eOR .SALE:. :'. -'.._ Shepherd
pups, electric range and refrig-
erator. 'Call 22191. 2tp-1-18
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
.Apalachicola t, Florida
Friday and Saturday
January 19-and 20
2 BIG, SHdWS
"PICK-UP ON 101",
"DR GOLDFOOT AND THE
This. ad admits ear driver free
to above show
"DIRTIEST GIRL I
The Paint Made with,
Oil base, Vinyl and ,Lw-
Orel and 'Briste BSshe
See or Ca -
SURPLUS TRUCKS FOR SALE: Upi
t,)rs. .'*',, ,. ";-;'. W hV ?.' M .
(C'Uf .l",'fl .. Ii.!_-,,.! rl ."'j |,; t.-. ed
tt L. I l.'i i -i r' l -..: and tali
a P ic. to sell. I-, 1.o -2-50
t.o $r, .'.-*5. F.r information and lo-
cadtUu cU1 Sebrh rmnn Trucking
Co., P. 0. Box 2.. BfinbrirdLe. Ca.
912-246-2455. 3tc.12 20
1 IN G'0
Every Saturday Night
Beginning December 16
10 SPEED BIKES IN STOCK. Men's
women's. Racing %tyle. Touring
style. Credit terms :.., lik. WES-
TERN AUTO, Port St. Joe. 6-15
PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo-
tional problems and/or concerns.
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
St Joe, Florida 2294621 or Rey.
Sidney Elts, 22945M90.
HELP WANTED: Experienced tire
.recappe-s or trainees. No. exper-
ience necessary for trainees. A
permanent job and apply in per.
son.at Panama City Recapping Co.,
Springfield. Plant located one
block behind Springfield City Hall
Phone 7884470. tfo-10.5
I WILL KEEP CHILDREN in my
home from age 3 and up. Night
and day care, Contact Mrs. Nell
Smith at 511 Woodward Ave.
INCOME TAX SERVICE
901 Garrison Ave.
Saturday & Sundays All Day
Monday thru Friday,
after 6:00 p.m.
PAINT Dealer In Port St. Joe
C. P. Etheredge
i18 Thlid Stree
Port St. Jo*, Pla.
:ln 12294986 for Free Estimate
FOR CHAIN LINK, FENCE eall
, Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials,
Low down payment, Phone 227.
. MC's PAWN and SWAP SHOP
FOR SALE: Guns, radios, tape
. players, TV's, tools, jewe*lS
dishes and glassware. Use our 30.
day lay-away plan. 102 5th St.
Highland View. Phone 229-6198.
FOR WELDING NEEDS see James
L TeImple, 302 Palm Blvd.
A New Serv;co At
TTNIFI' (|V II']NTAIJ
For Inormatlon,L.Come .,y
107 Second Street
INCOME TAX' SERVICE: Robert
. L. Montgomery. 505 3rd Stridet
Phone 227-4811. Stp1-18
Hwy. 98 Phone 648e511
Complete Beauty Service .
I am now .sericing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. i
you have human hair or asy-
thetic which you would Uk.
to have serviced quickdy at
low prices ...
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229.3311 o r 227-4853
9-21 JANtCE STOKES tfi
AMBU IANCE SERVICE
In WewaMlthka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funercal Ho
SERtC TANKS pumped out. Cal
fijf4id Griffia. Phone 239404
LA.M.-egular conveeas ea tSL
Joseph Chapter Ne. 86, 3 .
, st and 3rd MondayM, 8 pa. An
vistting companlonas welcome.
WALtE GRAHAIL N. P.
EL T. WET, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN,-POST 'll&
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Monday night.
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WtL BE a regular ecoz
n mieatUon of Port St. Joe Lodge
B.'1,F. & A. M.L, every first
aid third Thursday at 8;00 pm.
E. C. BAILEY, W.M.
HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty
Who ,says taxes never go' down?' .
Willam HIL (Bill) Bevis, chair-i,
mmn of the Florida Public Service
Commission, points. out that Fed-
eraL. telephone taves have been re-
duced this year and will be grad-.
ually ;eliminated. altogether over'
the next 10 years.
Bevis said, the telephone tax will,
g,- frc.mrn 11 to 9' per cent of tele-
phone bills effective with Janu-
ary- 19-3, billings and that, under
the law, ill drop one per cent
each. year until 1982, when it will.
-ic' 'P":J the- tax. 'Ljuctionu'ite
: c. .*' i : telephine'setvice; toll'
'calls' ad teletype srvices..-
+ Classic ied *