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"The Safest Beaches In the World Are In Gulf County"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1971
HFitzpatrick Suggests County
- Change Entire Jury Policy
Kiwanians Install Officers
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club started a new
year of operation Tuesday with the installation
of a new slate of officers. Lieutenant Governor
George Austin installed Walter C. Dodson as
President; William J. Rish, Vice-President and
Bill Norris, Secretary-Treasurer.
Austin told the club members that he, want-
,ed to see at least three new members in each
club in his district for the new year and at least
one new club started.
In the photo above, Dist. Governor Austin
looks on as Vice-President Bill Mosely, right,
turns over the club's records to Dodson.
Sharks T-rounce Walton Hi
Braves, 43-6, ast Friday
After a lacklustre showing
the previous Friday night against
Wewahitchka, the Sharks-roared
, back to their expected form Fri-
day night and pushed the Walton
County Braves all over the field
-with their powerful running and'
accurate passing. 'The Shark de-i
fense made Walton's Mitzi Jack-
ceptions already this year.:
Rodney Nobles led the defen-
sive with five tackles and three
assists including capturing the
Brave quarterback in his own
end zone for a two point safety
in the third quarter.
The tough Shark defense
,was also sparked by Steve Atchi-
son sorry he ever came to town ison and Steve Bass with four
while holding the Braves to a. tackles and three assists each
measly 107 yards for the night., and Perry Adkison with four.
The Sharks, put. the Braves tackles and two assists.'
back on their reservation with a i 'The big Shark line of 'Rodney
43-6 defeat. ,-obles; Bass, Phil Earley, Craig
Perry, Adkison had himself Davis and Steve Hattaway held
quite ak night intercepting ,one. -the Brave ground game to only
Walton pass, running a punt ''30 yards gained.
back for 60 yards to score, .tqok The Sharks started their at-
a 25 yard Ken Whittle. pass! 'to ';' tack early when they made the,
score and tossed a :45 yarder to Braves fumble in their first ser-
Steve Atchison and a 30 yarder ':ies of downs on their own 32.
to his little.brother Martin Ad-' The Sharks worked the ball to
kison, both for scores. the 13 where they lost-the ball on
Jim Faison added running, to a fumble. On the second down,
his superb blocking Friday and Archie Shackleford caught Mitzi
picked long gains, two for 15 Jackson in his own end zone for
yards each and one for 14. a safety and two points for Port
Archie Shackleford uncorked St. Joe.
.-ong gains of 24 and 35 yards on After the Brave kick-off, Whit-
his way to producing. 127 yards tie unloaded a 16 yard pass to
on. the. ground. Perry Adkison, Archie Shackle-
Steve Atchison continued his, ford marched up the middle for'
capture tactics on the enemy's 27 yards, Whittle scooted for
passes by hauling in two more eight more and Shackleford
to bring his total.to four. inter- burst through the' middle for,10
Perry Atkison takes off on a 68 yard jaunt for the DeFuniak
Springs goal line after fielding a punt, Friday night. Jim Faison
runs "shotgun" to keep the Braves off his flank. -Star photo
yards and the Sharks were ,on
the scoreboard again. Steve Bass'
booted a perfect point after.
As the second quarter got un-
derway, the Braves were forced
to punt and it was fielded by
Perry Adkison on his own; 40
and he galloped up the sidelines
for the Sharks third score. Bass'
The Sharks scored again in the
second stanza with 5:24 left'
when Perry Adkison, toqk Ken
WVhittles' hand-off and 'lopbed it
upfield to Steve Atchison who'
pulled it away from three de-
fenders and raced for the score,'
on a 68 yard play. Bass again
placed the point after squarely
through the uprights. At half
time, the Sharks had a 220 lead;
exactly the same lead the Braves
had on the Sharks at half time
(Continued On Page 8)
Glimmer of Hope
A glimmer of hope blinked
for a_ while Sunday for strike-
weary Port St. Joe, as labor and
management met in an attempt
to come to an understanding to
go back to work while a contract
was being worked out.
But it wasn't to be, as union
representatives turned thumbs
down on a six point, proposal'
offered by the St. Joe Paper'
Company as working rules to be
used while a contract was fin-
The six points would have had
workers going back to their jobs
uinder' virtually the same pay
scale, benefits and working
rules in force under the old con-
tract ,.' '
Local chairman of the Paper-
makers and Paperworkers, Char-
les Davis said, "We can't go back
to work without a contract, and
what the company offered was
not a contract." He emphasized
that the old contract had been
terminated and was now void.
' The company mailed a copy of
their proposal' to all striking
personnel the first of the week.
The three striking unions-pa-
permakers, electricions and ma-
chinists-met in a joint meeting
in the high school gymnasium
Monday night and turned it
On a' request from Circuit
Judge Warren L. 'Fitzpatrick,
the Gulf County Commission
voted Tuesday night to drasti-
cally overhaul 'the county's jury
Fitzpatrick, said that, based on
a recent ruling by Judge John
Crews, dismissing the charges
against Freddie Pitts and Wil-,
bert Lee for the 1963 murders of
Grover Floyd and Jesse Bur-
kett, changes ,are needed to pre-'
vent any such future' decision.
Crew's decision was based on
his charge that Gulf County had
"systematically excluded Ne-
groes from serving as jurors.
Four .years, ago, Gulf countyy
adopted a Jury Commission to
select potential jurors on a fair
and impartial basis. Fitzpatrick
said the constitutionality of this
special act is suspect and
may be attacked in future cases.
The Judge suggested that both
the Jury Corhmission and the
County Commission agree on a
formula for selecting jurors and
pick a new group of names to
be placed in the jury box. He
said that he has thrown out all
present jurors on the county's
list, and the selection should be
made in the very near future.
Fitzpatrick suggested that to
fend off attacks against the man-
ner of selection in the -future
that a list of qualified voters be
prepared of all registered voters
by precinct. He then suggested
that the two Commissions go
down the list of voters by pre-
cinct,"selecting every 20th name.-
The formula' was arrived at by
Fitzpatrick's contention that five
percent of the voters would pro-
vide an ample number and every
20th, name would provide this
Clerk George Y. Core, in re-
porting the IJudge's suggestion j :Department head C: E., Daniell
said that in this manner a fair said he received his bid word-
representation' of both races ing from the stote' department.
would be available as jurors. Se up a referendum for No-
Water Districts vember 2 to decide whether or
Clerk Core announced that he' ':
has received communications '
from the State of Florida that
additional documents were need-
ed to apply for federal funds 'to her ants
construct water and sewer ser- ,
vices for Oak :Grove, the Beach-:, I g 'W
es and White City. .
Robert Nations of Florida En- I W .
gineers, who' is: handling the ap- i
plications. for; the County said i St. Joe merchants are
the documents have been pre- .
pared in the past but were not ombinAing their efforts this
submitted because they were week end to put on.. a. big 'Ap-
hot required at the time. preciation Sale" in appreciation
Clerk Core was instructed' to of business favored to local mer-
mail the documents tp the pro- clihants by area customers.
per state departments. "If the buying public ever
The Board Also needed a break, it's now, with
Agreed to repay White City the St. Joe Paper Company strike
Volunteer Fire Department $400 in effect and monev is ohnrt"
for purchase of property for the
White City Fire Station.
Agreed to authorize place-
ment of additional steel in the
foundation of the new Mosqui-
to Control building.
Heard a complaint from a
property owner at Beacon Hill
due to houses being built, on the
beach side of Highway 98. The
complaint cited pollution prob-
lems possible from septic tank
run-off fro mthe houses.
Awarded St. Joe Motor Com-
pany a bid on a fnew truck for
Awarded Motorola Corpora-
tion a bid to purchase two ra-
dios for county vehicles at a
total cost of $1,920.00.
Rejected bids on a new trac-
tor for the Mosquito Control De-
partment, when the State De-
partment of Health claimed the
bids were improperly worded.
Merchant's Association president
Charles Arant said. "By the
same token. Port St. Joe mer-
chants could use a little busi-
ness too", he added.
As an attraction to the city-
wide sale, the merchants are of-
fering $200.00 in free merchan-
dise certificates, tp be given
away Saturday afternoon at 5:00
p.m. in downtown Port St. Joe.
First place winner will receive
$100.00 in trade' certificates
with two other prizes being of-
fered. also. The certificates will
be as good as cash with any par-
ticipating merchant in Port St.
Another big incentive for
shopping in Port St. Joe this
week end will be free parking.
For some of the bargains be-
ing offered in this unusual event
not to create a Tupelo Fire Dis-
trict in the Wewahitchka area' to
provide fire protection for'out-
lying areas with a taxing power
of up to one half mill.
k End Sale
see the'. 12-page supplement
this' week's issue of The Star.
To register for the free mer-.
chandise certificates dne' need
only go into each of the listed
participating. merchants and sign
a registration slip. No, purchase
is necessary. All registrants
must be 18 years of age or old-
er or married.
Participating in this big sale
are: Boyles Department Store,
Buzzett's Drug :Store, Camp-
bell's Drug Store, Carp's De-
partmerlt Store, Cooper's Babrer
Shop, Costin's Department Store,
Danley Furniture Company. Flor-
ida First National Bank. Florida
Power Corp.... Hinote Barber
Shop. Humphrey's: Union 76,
Kennedy Electric, Merit Loan
Co., Pate's Shell Service, Piggly
Wiggly, Ralph ahid Henry's Stan-
dard Service, Bicb'and Sons IGA,
Roche Furniture and Appliances,
St. Joe Restaurant. St. Joe Motor
Co., Tomlinson. Gulf Service.
Western Auto, West 'Fla. Gas,
Fashion' Fabrics,' Basic Magnesia,
Hurlbut Furniture and Appli-
ances, St. Joseph Tel. and TeL,
The Star, WJOE, Sears Catalog
Sales. Gay's Standard Service,
Jr. Food Store, Duren's Econo-
my Store and Christo's 5 & 10.
Agents Destroy 550-Gallon Still
Thursday In Shadow of City Limits,
Gulf. County Sheriff's Depu-:
ties and state beverage agents,
arrested two men Wednesday
,night and blew up their illegal
whiskey still Thursday, morning,
located within sight of Port St.,
Joe's city cemetery. The still,
just completed and ready for its *
first run was found'>in a heavy
wooded thicket less than a mile
from Port St. Joe's Southern city
limits by a man taking a walk
in the woods.
Chief Deputy H. T. Dean and
beverage agents staked out the
still on a 24-hour basis for five
days before catching the alleged ,
operators "n the site late Wed-
Snesday night. Dean and beverage
agent Doug Wright were watch-
ing the still at-the time and ar-
rested Grover J. McLemore, 24,
of Wewahitchka .and Hilliard
Lawrence Parrish, 26 of Port St.
Joe. Both were charged with pos-
session of an illicit distillery,
possession of raw materials, con-
spiracy to violate beverage laws
by assisting in the construction
of an illicit distillery.
The law men impounded a
1964 pick-up truck in the raid.
"This was a real fine still",
Dean said. "It had a copper con-
denser and was all ready to
run off its first batch".
The still was capable of pro-
ducing about 50 gallons per ddy.,
An estimated 550 gallons, of
mash along with its container.
was destroyed Thursday when
the still was demolished with
Assisting in the raid were Gulf
deputies Marty Martin, Johnny,
Maynor and Oscar Jones and
beverage agents Melvin Jackson
aind Bob" CouIohn.
Charles W. McCormick Drowns In
Boating Accident Last Thursday
The body of Charles W. Mc-
Cormick, 20, was recovered in
diving operations Friday morn-
ing from the Intracoastal Canal
at White City. The body was re-.
covered near where he was last
seen in about 15 feet of water.
Eric Hammond located McCor-
mick 'about 10:00 a.m. Friday.
McCormick was o b s e r ved
swimming toward shore Thurs-
day morning by employees of
the U. S. Corps of Engineers
dredge stationed at White City.
McCormick's small fishing boat
was running wild in the canal
after he had apparently fallen
out. While dredge employees
were trying to snag the boat to
keep it from running over the
man in the 'water, he disappear-
Search operations were started
Thursday by members of the
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, Conservation Department
and State Park Rangers. The
search was called off at, dark
Thursday and resumed Friday
Chief Deputy H. T. Dean said
-patrols were kept on the banks
of the canal all night Thursday
in case the body came to shore.
McCormick was an army vet-
eran and was employed as a lab-
oratory technician at Basic Mag-
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. Sunday from the Uni-
ted Pentecostal Holiness Church
in Marianna with the Rev. Har-
old Biggs officiating. Burial was
.in Lipford Cemetery. McCormick
was a native of Marianna.
Survivors include his mother,
Mrs. Christine Pyke of Marian-
(Continued On Page 8)
Deputy Dean plants explosives to blow up the illicit still dis-
covered near Holly Hill Cemetery. -Star photos
PAGE TWO IHE STAR PortA. P4., Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTIEbER 0, 1971
Abe's Words of Wisdom
Way back yonder in the days of the asafetida bag
President Abraham Lincoln had some wise words to say
about man's well-being. Like so many words of Lin-
coln they fit today like a glove. These particular words
can be applied to Port St. Joe during this time and con-
Honest Abe said:
"You cannot bring about prosperity by discour-
aging thrift.' You cannot strengthen the weak by
weakeniing thee strong. You cannot help the wage
earner by pulling down the wage payer. You can-
not further the brotherhood of- man by encouraging
class, hatred. You cannot help the poor by discour-
aging the rich.
"You cannot establish sound security on borrow-
ed money. You cannot keep out of trouble by spend-
ing more than you earn. You cannot build character
and courage by taking away man's initiative and
"You cannot help men permanently by doing for
them what they could do for themselves. Above all
you cannot be honest to yourself by being dishonest
to your fellowman."
Most anyone would agree that Lincoln has some good
Never in our history have Americans witnessed the
spectacle of the national news media making fun of the
agony of another country, which also happens to be an
ally of the United States.' The situation in South Viet-
nam, psychologically damaged as a nation by many years
of one of the most cruel wars, is hardly a matter -for
laughter. Some newspapers speak of the 'Thieu-party
'system, and so forth. Yet when Great Britian had no
elections whatsoever for nine long years during World
War I,,no one complained. Nor wa'.Britaii new to de-
mocracy, nor bverun by the Vietcong .... -
It would be better for Americans to PT to understand
the problems anad difficulties of thg'Sbuth Vietnamese.
Millions -- yes, .millions .--- of North and South Vietna-
mese, Americana,. This, South Koreans, Australians,
New ZealandersancdFilipinos. have been killed or wound-
ed in the war., More than 60,000 South Vietnamese civil-
ians have been murdered, and about 150,000 more kid-
advice here o long as it is applied to someone else
and you leave old number one out of it. We're all inclined
to be a little selfish, a might prejudiced about what we
are worth and what we are due. We all tend to think
we owe less than we do.
We have a crippling strike going in Port St. Joe at
this time. At least, it's crippling to everyone in Port St.
Joe. It's crippling the strikers, the one struck against
and those who depend on the striker and the struck for
Word is that there will be some talking this week.
Whether this is certain or not, we couldn't say. But we,
can say that the time to begin talking is long past, at
least in the eyes of the by-standers who are victims of
this economic crippling. We firmly believe that if the
representatives of both sides were to take Mr. Lincoln's
words into the next bargaining session and apply them
with no prejudice and no selfishness, the next"bargaining
session will be the last, for an agreement can be reached.
Maybe the strike was necessary and maybe it was
not., We couldn't say. But, we do believe that it has
gone on long enough and it's now time for some serious
bargaining and less demanding and get this thing settled
here and now. .
SMuch More .
Now the South Vietnamese are faced with the loss of
United States military support, while the enemy will con-
tinue to have the aid of Communist China and Soviet Rus-
sia. President Thieu is rattled. But so was General
George B. McClellan When he was muttering against Pres-
ident Abraham Lipcoln during the American Civil War.
When the American elections were held in 1864, McClellan
was swamped, 212 to 21, in the Electoral College.
This war has all but torn our strong country apart
at the seams after only. 10 years of active participation..
The South Vietnamese have been fighting for 25 years and'
we expect them to keep their cool. We call ourselves an
enlightened nation and the 'South Vietnamese backward,
and in the same breath expect them to maintain an equil-
ibrium under.untold hardships we cannot maintain' under
only a fraction of their distress.
Considering everything, we probably should be proud
that this tiny, threatened nation would go through the
agony of having an election at all.
The political approach to health care has one fatal
flaw. It rests, on the assumption that if enough money is
spent on a compulsory federal. health care program so
that no one has to worry about paying a medical bill a
maximum level of,.good health will be -assured.
So far as medical care is concerned, paying for health
services is but one phase of the problem-a phase to which
the medical profession has addressed itself by offering
the program known as Medicredit, designed to give every
person in America under the age of 65 equal access to
high-quality medical and health care regardless of ability
to pay. But, as a spokesman for the American Medical
Association has stressed, Medicredit is but a prologue-
one step down a long path-to achieving solutions to all
of the health and health care problems of our nation.
These include medical school financing, drug abuse, men-
tal health, pollution, poverty, patient education, quality
of care, modernization and research, etc. The job of
embracing all of these aspects of health calls for the high-
est order of teamwork between government and private
Publilhed Every Thursday at 306 WIllllam Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flordas,
By The Star Publishing Company
W sLar R. RAMSEi Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Piotographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PoSTOFrni Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PoRT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
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OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommisalona in advertemeaste, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for euch
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
eghed. The epoken wrd barely aset; the printed w thoroughly on
incee. The epoke word I bet; t1 e printed wornd r.maM.
agencies and all of those ip, the health service field.
As the medical spokesman emphasized, the AMA is
". far ahead of any other organizations or agencies
. and well ahead 'of the government itself in fac-
ing up to our total problems. Match this against the over-
ly simplistic massively expensive programs presented to
the public With the extravagant claims that changing the
manner in which a physician is compensated will somehow
improve the nation's health.
There is little doubt that federal action will expand
in the health field. As for us, we say leave medical care
to the professionals who have lifted us from the era of
turpentine and aspirin to wonder drugs and transplants.
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
The world discarded and con-'
demned lighter-than-air trans-
portation years ago thanks to
the tragic disasters that destroy-
ed the Hindenburg in 1937 and
Now, it appears we are turn-
ing back the clock and plan to
return to the dirigible as the
answer to our transportation
problems. Both Great Britain
and Russia have topnotch tech-
nicians and designers working
on plans for giant airships that
can carry 500 tons of cargo, land
on helicopter pads, thus elimin-
ating long runways. light weight
diesel engines will probably pro-
pel early models to be followed
by nuclear power. Helium gas
will provide the lift. Germany is
also experimenting with the new
We are beginning to realize
that railroads, struggling against
higher costs, cannot meet fu-
ture needs. Trucks are not the
answer. Already roads of the
world are chocked with .-traffic,
and no matter how many new
highways we build, we are still
incapable of meeting the pro-
Recently West Germany began
banning trucks from autobahns
on weekends because of their
overlaod of traffic. World ports
are deteriorating with operating
costs mounting. Shipping costs
in the Port of London have in-
creased 93 per cent in spite of
containerization and the most
modern handling methods. The
only answer seems to be the
This information came from
an article in True Magazine by
David, Lampa. I strongly recom-
mend you read it if you wish to
keep abreast of the trend toward
TALLAHASSEE While m
dern expressways may be tI
safest way to go by car, the Flo
ida Highway Patrol said today
that driving on these super-roai
requires special knowledge an
"Limited access highways poa
unique driving hazards and dri
ers are urged to use extra caution
making ferquent rest stops," sal
Colonel Reid Clifton, director
Last year in Florida, there wer
4,736 accidents on limited acce
highways which was in increase
700 over the previous year.
On limited a c c e s s facilities
drivers were reminded that it
To exceed the speed limit
drive faster than conditions pe
To make U-turns across tb
To back up if you ove
run your intended exit, you mu
go on to the next one.
To stop a vehicle on limited
access facilities except for eme
agencies. This includes stopping
to pick up passengers. Any eme
agency stop should be made we
off the roadway.
To fail to yield to traff
when entering from an entrance
"Always drive at 'a speed th
is safe according to conditions, b
ing especially alert for traffic
changing lanes at exits and e
trances," concluded Clifton.
the revival o fthe airship.
Manchester Liners Limited,
subsidiary of the Furness-Withe:
group of companies, plans t(
have a pocket sized prototype
(between 300 and 500 feet long
operational by 1973. By 197'
they plan to be operating a flee'
of giant dirigibles over Europe
These Zeppelins will silently
be capable of moving cargoes
from five to seven times faster
than freighters and make ever
landlocked city a potential port
Anything that can be squeeze
into a container can be trans
ported. About all oceangoing
shippers will have left will be
'oil, ore, grain, timber and othe:
Construction of the new ship,
will be much simpler than the
earlier Zeppelins. Science ha
developed new materials suci
as titanium alloy, carbon fibe:
and other items that will permit
the' building of lighter ships
that will be much stronger.
It all sounds too fantastic tc
be true. But those working ii
the program are firmly convince
ed it will prove the answer t(
the world's transportation pro
blems in another decade or so.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Fall fell the other day. Officially the cool Indian
v- Summer is here. It was ushered in last Thursday. You
Dn remember; that was the day it was so hot and seemed
Id like anything but Fall and its expected cooler tempera-
re We don't have much of a Fall here in North Florida.
ss When the leaves finally turn it's winter. When the air
of conditioners go off, the heater goes on. But, whether it
is crisp outside or not, Fall is here. Sq enjoy it before it
8s, fades into Winter.
is ( ,
or It was quite an experience going with the Sheriff and
Br- beverage department agents to blow up the moonshine
still just outside the city limits of Port St. Joe last Thurs-
le day morning. The still was hidden in a thicket of ti-ti
bushes within sight' of Holly Hill Cemetery and you could
st see the great amount of work that went into its building,
pot to 'mention the considerable expense. It took several
ed man hours just to put the hundreds of nails in the masb
Br- container. I couldn't help but think that one could make
g just as much money without fear of the law if all thai
ll effort and ingenuity were put into something law-abiding.
The agents handled the explosives used to blow up the
ic still like there was no danger at all a fact which I did
not believe one bit. When agent Doug Wright sent foi
at the blasting caps, I hightailed it out of there. One had tc
e- walk over roots, limbs, vines and through water ovei
ic ankle deep to get to the still. All the one carrying th(
n- caps had to do was trip and the fireworks would go off
I like my fireworks from a distance.
@ @ -, .'^ T W' =: ..
a You can' almost guarantee that at least once a weel
y you can hear someone say about automobiles: "They don'"
o make them like they used to any more". To which w<
e have to say, "Hallelujah!"
7 St. Joe Motor Company had a 1934 Ford sports se
t dan on display with their new car showing last week end
The car had only 11,000 actual miles on it, and it was ii
s "like new" condition, with original upholstery, equipment
r and appearance.' This -car had been kept by a collect:
y for these many years to retain its condition, but we still
wouldn't accept it rather than one of the new chariot
d of the'day.
-g Even today's compact cars have more inside roon
e than this former king of the road boasted. It carried
r tire pump, three spares and a crank which ought to tel
us something. True, the '34' had much more rear sea
e foot space than today's cars, but the width of 'the seat
s left a lot of space to be provided by the newer editions.
h But, even though we wouldn't sit still for the bugg3
r like rides, the cramped conditions and the independabilit:
t of the older cars, there is something about them which]
s will attract the crowds if one is put on display in "mint
TThe news reports tell of crisis in China. The rumor
0o go further to say the nation is almost in a state of seig
because the former head of the Communist army has es
caped his prison. That must be some man, to put an en
tire nation on the alert for his capture. One the Chines
would put forth so much effort to capture can't be all bac
I hope he gets away.
Port St. Joe's Gators are glum. Three losses in
row and the fair-weather supporters of Florida's footba
team are deserting in droves. Gator Fred Witten is
prime example of Gator growling. He remarked to m
Monday: "I wasted a whole week end. I went to Gaines
ville and watched Alabama beat Florida".
Take heart though, Gators. We have it on good at
thority that Florida is pulling rank and seniority on FST
A deal is in the works to send Doug Dickey to FSU an
claim Larry Jones for the Gators. That should do it.
repair leaky faucets
A dripping hot water faucet can be running up your
electric bill. Check the hot water faucets in th house
and be certain to properly turn them off after use.
Repair any hot water faucet that needs it and you'll save
both on water and the cost of the electricity to heat it.
Leave To Professionals
THE STAR, Pirt St. Joe, Floria THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1971
Minutes of rT"
BOAR4 of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
PORT ST.' OW, FLORIDA ed for the 1971-72 school year. An
Augst 24, 1971 involved discussion ensued. The
he Gulf iC9pnty School Board Board directed the Superintendent
met in speal.session on the above to discuss the matter with Zack
date. The allowing members were Wuthrich, Principal of St. Joe High
present: waylon Graham, Chair- School, and work out a plan where,
mnan; Gee R.afield, William Roe- bythe students would be grouped
mer, S,, B. J. iich, Sr. in a manner approximating the
Bea member, Whitfield was ab- grouping during the seventh grade
sent./ year of the students who are dis-
'r e Superintendent was present, satisfied.
.delegaiUon consisting of Mrs. The Board discussed the lease on
V, E. Whittington, Mrs. Al Smith, the old St. Joe Elementary School
Mrs. B. H. Hamm, Mrs. N. G. building with the St. Joe. Paper
/Schweikert, Mrs. K; C. Mashburn ,Company. The Superintendent was
and Mrs.; E. Owens met with the authorized to enter into a lease
Board. This group was dissatisfied for a nine'month period at $600.00
'with the manner in which the per month. The total amount for
eighth grade students were group-, the rental will be $5,400.00. This
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been effected by this date, Attor-
ney Costin is authorized and di-
rected to enter suit against the in-
surance companies involved in or-
der that the one year statute of
limitations will not abate the ac-
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned to meet
again in regular session on Sep-
tember 7, 1971 at 9:00 a.m:, est.
R. Marion Craig Waylon Graham
AUGUST 5, 1971
The Gulf County School Board
met in special session on August
5, 1971. The following members
were present: Waylon Graham,
Chairiiian; J. K. Whitfield and B.
J. Rich, Sr.
Board members Raffield and
Roemer were absent.
The Superintendent was absent
due to vacation.
The Board met in special session
to hold a public hearing on the
1971-72 fiscal year budget. No pa-
trons appeared to discuss any as-
pects of the budget.
Board member Rich made a mo-
tion that the budget be accepted
and forwarded to ,the Finance Di-
vision of the State Department of
Education for their approval. The
total amount of the budget is $2,-
Board member Whitfield second-
ed the motion. The motion carried
unanimously by the members pres-
There being no further busi-
ness, the Board adjourned to meet
again in regular session 'on Sep-
tember 7, 1971.
R. Marion Craig Waylon Graham
JULY 28, 1971
The Gulf County School Board
met in special session on, the above
date. The following members were
present and acting: Waylon Gra-
ham, Chairman; Gene Raffield,, B.
J. Rich, Sr., William Roemer, Sr.
Board member Whitfield was
The Superintendent was present.
A detailed discussion of the
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R. Marion Craig Waylon Graham
JULY 6, 1971
The Gulf County School Board
met in regular session on the above
date. The following members were
present: Wayiqn Graham,. Chair-
man; B. J. Rich, Sr., Gene Raffield.
Board members Whitfield and
Roemer were absent.
The ,meeting was opened with a
prayer by Board member Rich.
The minutes of the regular
meeting of June 8, 1971, and spe-
cial meeting of June 22, 1971 were
read and approved as read.
The Board approved the follow-
ing personnel matters upon the
recommendation of the Superin-
'Transferred Mrs. Billie Jean
Guilford from the faculty at St.
Joe Elementary School to the fa-
culty at St. Joe High School; trans-
ferred Mrs. Virginia Harrison from
St. Joe HFh School to St. Joe Ele-
mentary School; appointed Thomas
Odadzin as band director at St. Joe
High School for the 1971-72 school
year effective June 26, 1971; hired
Mrs. Sharon Tillman and Mrs. Em-
ma Dozier as Teacher Aides for
the summer 1971-72 reading pro-
gram at Wewahitchka High School.
Did not rehire Mrs. Maggie Waters
as a member of the custodial staff
at St Joe Elementary School ef-
fective June 11, 1971.
The Board authorized the Super-
intendent to su mit a Master Plan
for In-Service Training of person-
nel within the systedi for the 1971-
72 school year. A cbpy of this plan
is on file in the Superintendent's
The Board authorized the follow-
ing budget amendments: Part I,
Nos. 4 and 5, Part ETl nos. 6 and
7. Copies of these amendments are
on file in the Superintendent's
The Board authorized the Sup-
erintendent to request a survey by
the State Department of Educa-
tion on the maintenance and plant
operation status of the .schools
within the system. A copy of this
resolution is on file in the Super-
The Superintendent reported
that the two 66 passenger school
buses ordered by the Board were
expected to be delivered shortly
after school starts for 1971-72.
The Superintendent presented a
signed agreement from the Bay
County School Board agreeing to
pay the Gulf County School Board
$80.00 per pupil in average daily
membership for Mexico Beach stu-
d e n t s attending Gulf County
Schools for the school year 1971-
72. Gulf County Schools will also
receive the state funds allowed for
the transportation of the Mexico
Beach students. The Board voted
unanimously to accept the Bay
County agreement. A copy of this
Agreement is on file in the Super-
intendent's office. '
The Board authorized Don Hol-
deway of Blue Cross-Blue Shield
Insurance Company to appear be-
fore the County-wide teachers
meeting in August. He will dis-
cuss an increase in coverage for
the 1971-72 school year.
The Superintendent read a let-
ter from Edwin Williams stating
that the discrepancies noted in the
new building needed attention.
The Superintendent was directed
to notify the Burns, Kirkley and
Williams Construction Company
for their immediate attention.
The Board authorized a propo-
sal by the Wewahitchka Education
Improvement Project for t h e
school year 1971-72. This proposal
will be contingent upon funding
by the Noyes Foundation. I
The Board authorized the pay-
ment of $1,982.98 to Norman Gross
for Architect's fees for the reno-
vation of St. Joe Elementary
School, and final payment of ar-
chitect's fees for the new St. Joe
High School !4
Bills in the amount of $200,-
863.50 were examined and order-
There being no further business,
is the same agreement that the budget for the fiscal year 1971-72
Board had with the St. Joe Paper ensued between the finance offi-
Company for 1970-71 school year. cer, Roy Taylor and the members
The Board authorized Cecil Cos- of the Board present.
tin, Jr., Attorney for the Board, Board member Raffield made a
to serve a proof of loss on each motion that the 1971-72 school bud-
insurance company with whom the get be tentatively accepted sub-
Board, carried vandalism and ma- ject to its being advertised in The
licious insurance on the Washing- Star and The Breeze newspapers
ton School. This proof of loss is for a period of one week, and also
based on E. F. Gunn's estimate of subject to a public hearing to be
loss. Mr. Gunn's qualifications are held in the Board Room at the
based on many years in the con- Gulf County Courthouse Thursday,
tracting business. IAugust 5, 1971 at 5:00 p.m. The
The Board authorized the Super- Superintendei, finance officer and
iutendent and Attorney Costin to members of the Board will be
negotiate with the insurance com- available to 4scuss all facets of
panics carrying vandalism and ma- the budget with any interested
licious insurance' on Washington patrons.
School on the losses suffered at A copy of this budget is on file
this site. These negotiations will in the Superintendent's office.
be b-sed on E. F. Gunn's estimate There beinfno further business,
of less and must be completed by the Board adjourned to meet again
September 1, 1971. In the event in regular session on August 3,
aticfastoa negotiationn have_ nnt 1971 at 5:00 p.m., est.
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SCARD FILES, wood & metal
-' POST BINDERS
* GEM CLIPS, FASTENERS
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the Board adjourned to meet again create proposals would be presented of these bids are on file in the
in regular session on August 3, by the two groups. Superintendent's office.
1971 at 9:00 a.m., EST. Wewahitchka High School hired The Florida First National Bank
ATTEST: Mrs. Sue .Dickens, Mrs. Annie El- was awarded the low bid of 5%%
R. Marion Craig Waylon Graham liott, and Edgar Stewart as mem- interest on a $15,000.00 loan, au-
-- bers of the instructional staff. thorized by the Florida Statute
JUNE 8, 1971 St. Joe Elementary School grant- 237.27. The Wewahitchka State
The Gulf County School Board ed Mrs. Patsy Lister personal leave Bank submitted a bid of 5%% in-
met in regular session on the of absence from the instructional terest. This money will be used to
above date. The following mem- staff; accepted Bill Williams' res- purchase two new school buses.
bers were present: Waylon Gra- ignation from the instructional? The transportation needs within
ha'm, Chiarman; Gene Raffield, B. staff. the system were discussed. Board
J. Rich, Sr., J. K. Whitfield, and Port St. Joe High School hired member Roemer made a motion
William Roemer, Sr. John Keller as a member of the that a resolution authorizing the
The Superintendent was present, instructional staff; accepted Tho. Superintendent to purchase the
The meeting was opened with a mas Rasberry's resignation as a two new school buses through the
prayer by Board Member Rich. member of the instructional staff. State Department of Education
The minutes of the regular The Superintendent presented pool be adopted. Board member
meeting of May 4, 1971 were read letters from Zack Wuthrich sus- Raffield seconded the motion. The
and approved as read. pending students from St. Joe motion was carried unanimously.
The Board received two bids on 'High School for infraction of the A copy of this resolution is on file
the Washington High School site rules and regulations of the school. in the Superintendent's office.
and buildings. Damon Peters of There were 104 suspensions in the I The Board awarded the follow-
Port St. Joe bid $10,050.00. The month of May. ing bids as the lowest bidder as
City of Port St. Joe bid $10.00 and Frank. Hannon and Frank Grad- designated: Vocational Electronics:
other valuable considerations. Af- dy met with the Board to discuss Lykes Electronics $2,047.96; Mar-
ter discussion of the matter, Board insurance coverage on the build- vin's TV $515.60; D. C. Jaeger
member Raffield moved that the ings within the system. The Prov- $485.00; Brodhead Garrett, $895.00.
Board reject all bids. Board mem- idence Washington Insurance Corn- Vocational Building Trades: Hol-
ber Rich seconded the motion. The pany cancelled their coverage ley, Inc $492.35; SENCO, $731.00;
motion was carried by unanimous amounting to approximately $970,- Sears Roebuck $63.93; Brodhead
vote 000.00. The Board is in the pro- Garrett, $660.00.
Mayor Frank Pate, City Clerk cess of getting the coverage lost A copy of these bids are on file
Charles Brock and City Council by the cancellation replaced. in the Superintendent's office.
member Dan Sexton met with the The Board awarded Kolmetz The Board approved an amend-
Board to discuss the possible"pur- Construction Company of Panama ment to the annual EIE Budget. A
chase of the Washington High site City bid for re-roofing the band copy of tltis amendment is on file
and buildings by the City of Port room at Wewahitchka Elementary in the Superintendent's office.
St. Joe. It was mutually agreed School. Their bid was $1,195.00. The Board authorized budget
upon for the Board and the City Other bidders included Globe amendments No. 3 of Part I, No.
Commission to meet at 5:00 p.m., Construction Company and John- \ (Continued On Page 6)
June 22, 1971, at which: time con- son Construction Company. Copies
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THE STAR, Prt St. Jo., Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1971
MISS SUSAN, LaTRELLE IRWIN'
Mr. and- Mrs. Henry 'S. Irwin ,.,Miss, Irwin is a graduate of
"of Route 2, Mariahna announce Marianna High School and .a
the ehgagenient of thffirdaugh- .. prospective December graduate,
ter, Susan La'1rrelle, to Austin of Chipola Junior College. She
Earl Tatuin of .:ailahassee, son. will attend Florida State Uni-
pf Mr. and. Mrs. Clifford A. Tar-. rersity next spring.
: .tiof Marianna." .. Mr Tatu6m is a graduate of
,Grandparents of the' bride- Marianna.: High School and of
: elect are' Mrs Mamiie W. Ayers Chipola Junior College. He also
-;.and James H, Ayers, both of attended Florida State Univer-
_iarianna, and Mr. and Mrs, Roy sity. He is employed by Genuine
F., Irwin of PortSt. Joe. Grand- Auto Parts in Tallahassee.
parents of the. grioom-elect are The wedding will be' on De-
Mr. and Mrs. Pearlie M. Brooks cember 31 at 7:00 p.m., CST at,
and Mrs. Pearl Ta.,tum and the the First Baptist Church in Mar-
late Dock Tatum, all, of Altha, ianna.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
,BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .......
EVENING WOImS.P -
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
m.. REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
An executive housekeeping sem-
inar sponsored by the White Sands
.Chapter of the National Executive
Housekeepers Association will be
held from 8:30 a.m. to 4;30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday, September
30 and October 1, in the Student
Center Banquet Room at Gulf
Coast Community College, it was
announced this week.
The two-day seminar will cover/
course topics from the NEHA cer-
tification standards on interior
decorating, maintenance and con-
trols and safety and sanitation.
. Lecturers for the seminar in-
.clu'de Mrs. Avanelle Jackson, Mrs.
Beulah- Ellison, Mrs. Jean. McDer-
mott, Sgt. Austin Rush, and Herb
Good. Persons interested inw en-
r'oling for the course are urged to
contact Good at Gulf Coast.
Enrolled In Academy
SBenjamin. Farrell (Benny.) Whit-
field, son of Mrs. Shirley T. ,tWh
field of Port St. Joe, has bed`n en-
tolled as a 10th grade midshipman
at the Sanfqrd Naval Academy in
the academy, starting its ninth
year with boys in grades six thru
12, is rated as a Naval Honor
SchoOl. Its roster has attracted stul
'dents from every state and many
Shown above are the contestants for this year's pageant; all .
Seniors at Port St. Joe High School. Frotn left to right, front row
are: Judy Schweikert, Phyllis Thomason, Sherry Chason, Linda Wal-
ton, Diane Varnumn,- Paula Boyette and Sandra Lowery. Second
row: Susan' Sampson, Judy Hepdrix, Patti Combs, Wyvonne Grif-,
fin, Terry Chason, Vicki Bass, Kitty Core, Desda Harper, Linda
Lewis and Lucia Arnold.' Third row: Rosemary Faliski, Teresa'
Lynch, Debbie Hamn- .Terri Middleton, Katie.Pyle, Julie Holland,
Jo Holland and Freda Sutton.
Gibson Tests Abiliies of ThriftShopWrker AreNamed
'The Thrift Shop workers for Iladies. We would .also like to have
this Friday, October i" 'Il be Mrs. curtains, linens and small house-
.: : s ,,, BSid Brown and Mrs. -Gannon Bus. hold items. :We need ladies large
zett. The shop ,will open at 2:30 site dresses very badly. Also mpen's
. .. ... B ;,l.( ., o t, p.m. as usual this weekbut begin- work clothes.
otarian B. Roy Gibson lined are., owl. (He son the Orang ing Friday, October wll open
his panel qf expertss" last Thurs- Sid Brown predicted that if West Bowl committee). 1 at 2:0 p.m. and close at 4:00 1.m. CARD -O THANKS
day and predicted the, outcome Virginia "wins by 50. points this Tom Ford was happy that Tulane Please remember this change' in Whatever you've said or done
of some of the major college foot- Saturday, we will go the rtst of was once again beginning to em- time being October 8. in our hours of sorrow over the
ball teams for theseason. : the way". They didn't. phiize football. For the month of October the loss 'of our dear children Rickey
With "fhe exception "of one, fol- Wes Thompson praised the de- Paul Fensom predicted that Au- Pick-up and Marking 'Committee and Vela; however you've shown
lowers of varou::ionollege teamsfense of Georgia Tech and was" burn's spirit would carry.. them will be Mrs. Frank Harmon, Mrs. your kindness, we sincerely thank
predi ed a vitorious' season happy about the whole thing. through., Wayne Hendrix and Mrs. Bill Wha- you.
ahead. Ferrell Allen was" hesitant f lBob Fox predicted only one loss Experts? ley., Anyone wishing to donate Alphons Mason family
on his predictions for the Florida for the Air Force Academy. Guest of the club was John Rich- good warm clothes for childrenn or Nero and 'Wiley' Hi6ps:
"Gatos by stating that Florida Bill Altstaetter emphatically burg of Pensacola. I adults please contact one of these i families
was in its "38th 'wait until next stated his alpia mater, Ohio State,
year' season". / would win all. but one. He didn't
Ted Canno said.tht F asay who the loss would be to. '
State "is just practicing Georgeapper predict Notr N S U R A N
Gainesvillegame"., for thON S.....A N E
Pete Miller predicted that Geor-
gia "is going to win". And they
Wimberly On First
String At Sewanee
SEWANEE,. TENN. -At least'
three freshmen will start in Se-
wanee's offensive line, against
Hampden-Sidney Saturday. Cen-
ter Mike Wimberly of Port St. Joe,
.and left end John Nelson, Jackson-
ville, have those spots sewed up,
according to Coach Shirley Majors,
while two. more freshmen-John
Machersie of Ormond Beach and
Holland West of Canton, N. C.-
are still neck and neck for the
starting call at left tackle.
"Freshmen always have a, good
chance on our varsity teams," said
Majors, "but this year. better than
usual. Of. our 19 lettermen return-
ing, only nine were starters last
Gulf Sells $8,710,
In Savings Bonds
'Florida attained 81.6% of its
1971 sales goal of Series E and H
United States Savings Bonds Au-
gust' 31. Sales of Savings Bonds
in the state during the first eight
months were up $13.2 million over
the same period last year-11.6%
above the projected sales accom-
plishment for this period. August
Savings Bonds sales in the state
were $10.4 million.
Savings Bonds sales in Gulf
County during August were $8,-
710 according to Walter C. Dod-
son, volunteer county chairman.
The county attained R614% of n itsf
Mrs.. C. E. Wall of Mexico
Beach announces the marriage of
her daughter, Sheridan Mae
Flint to Robert Bruce Hand of
Milton. The ceremony was per-
formed in the home of the
bride's mother, August 10 at
2:00 p.m., with Rev. William
Smith, pastor of the St. Joe
Beach Baptist Chapel, officiating.
Attending, the ceremony were
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Wall, grandmother of the
bride, Mrs. H. W. Murray. Also
attending were Mrs. P. L. Atkin-
son, Mrs. L. T. Arnold and chil-
dren, Lucia and John Arnold.
The couple will reside in Mil-
CARD OF THANKS
1971 sales goa AuMany thanks to Dr. Shirley
1971 sales goal August 31. Simpson, Dr. Wayne Hendrix and
The county chairman pointed out the entire hospital staff at Mu-
that the payroll savings plan con- nicipal Hospital for their kindness
tinues to be a popular method of and patience during the birth of
saving for Florida residents. In the our son, Cyrus Lee Riley, Jr.
first eight months of this year, 43,- Thanks to our many friends for
442 Floridians have joined or in- cards, gifts and visitations during
creased their present savings on such an eventful moment in our
the payroll savings plan where lives. May God bless each of you.
they work. Sgt. and Mrs. Cyrus L. Riley,
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it's that time of the year again when Port St. Joe's Jaycees
and Jaycettes prepare for their annual Junior Miss Pageant. The.
contestants have- been chosen and were feted with a Coke party
Monday night, September 217, at 8:00 P.M., at the higli school,
with .25 contestants attending. Contestants *ere 'served refresh-
ments of, pinch and cdokies.
They,were then briefed on the activities of the pageant and
what would be expected from the contestants themselves. This
year 25 contestants have qualified and accepted.. The chairmen
oC the committee are Robert Mdntgomery and Mrs. Cecil Lyons.
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Fla. 32456THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1971 PAGE FIV
Forestry Service Sets New
Open Burning Regulations
"Open burning regulations of Permission to burn, however,
Smear vacation. When we left there the Florida Department of Pollu- may be cancelled at anytime by
44I H-- .. .~ -- -lat 7:30 a.m., the temperature wa tion Control go into effect thru- either the Division of Forestry or
S- 59 degrees and we traveled under out the state next Friday, October the Department of Pollution Con-
CTT R .- cloudy skies for at least 300 miles first." trol, if a sudden change in wea-
A -.,, before feeling the warm rays of This reminder was voiced this their creates unfavorable burning
S the sun just north of the Florida week by Dick King, Panama Dis- conditions.
by PFlbrda Power Corp. state line. trict Forester of the Division of
.......otball s -son is in Forestry, Florida Department of The Division of Forestry must
ow tcandjet tappll s seem-to -- A special council meeting was Agriculture and Consumer Ser- be consulted prior to burning in
progrs, candeapplesAgricultureand Consumers -Ser-
be v popular fbir everyone. T -i held on Monday morning to open vices. connection with land clearing if
recipe is very imple and th the bids for the County pier lighting. the site of the burning is in a ru-
recipe isr veryg im le and t. ... .. -- .,Elie-ivision oU Forestry will be11 t-
assistance of controlled heat -on ______"_-__,_ This means that many residents The Division oForestry will e ral area or is adjacent to or near
theelectri.c rae your d .. A- willbe able to fish at night off responsible 'for authorizing agri- forest,' grass, woods, wildlands or
t cultural and silvicultural (forestry) marshes.
apples'will lopk Very profesional- -: m. ---. the, County pier in the near f-.. marshes
with great flavor._ u re tion Control. &A representative of What types of open burning are
Red. Devigandled Apples Ralph Bush is chairman of a the Division of Forestry is located not affected?
4 ,c u ug.. committee appointed by the Town ineverycoit
1 1/3 cups lght coro syrup Council to check with Mexico n .e There are some. Open burning
AirBcollutnon is one of tee mano
2 cus atr ;- Beach citizens inreference :to r Ar pollution is one of the major to reduce trash and garbage is per-
2 pieces Ic o tl*na; .. ;2Wdesire as to a street lighting sys-.. problems facing our modern so- mitted provided refuse collection
.pdes ciOiAmon1Jtlek 7 --7;-
1 ae .,s Grady F. Bryant and Bubba ciety and ope burning of any type service is not available at least
12 suiha e ort skewers' oe Jaycettes installed their new ing year are Mrs. Higdon Swatts, tasurer; Mrs.' h month until falso on this commit- contributes to s specific rules arelut a week. Open campfires for
Fe drors Monday, September 27, with Jay- John Joe uzzett, Secretary; Mrs. Mil tee, as are Edto atten d th eorge relating, to ajo burning and the recvisible missions are not present
Mstfl a s l f heavy saucepatn. Holland, two ofthe council7-1972 budget mprovemenoour enro t oses the non-commercial outdoor
a t a the shower heat and was ad at the regular council meeting in b e pertains tof food bckyrdbarforestry and
-cok, withfou "to diprri 12 applto300 de- J held on the second' Thursday of partmeftof Pollution Control with becue grills) and warming fires
gresonaadythermomeer.Or isle t newelgible have bMt tw6 days left'in gether with he Ofrdithene No. 22 oe Oetober first o tural or forest land in Bay County
wate--it should get very brittle tSh i n teylrer 20 and S attrday, October effect immediately upo n adoption." .o these regu o at speific rbuar To tr gain permission forve
it is ready to use. As sugar crys late fficersMonday OSeptember 27, with Jay J Joe uzzett, Secretary; Mours tMilo 11 a.m.ith, The budget figend the regular relating to oe burning nd frost visibleurn. emissions are not present.
alscoect thecesidesof resident Mlo Sithservingasinstalling Vice-President and rs Cel on Jr.m.) Theresi for estiated revenues, wit h a Fprotecti, you will es gove to obtain s should call the White City
swipe them off with a damp oth p are two vacanes for members of somewhat lesser tota for es7imat. Permission to burn from the Flpr-tower 229-2341.truction
wrapped around a oocinnamon office Elected. to serve Town heclub in Groups 4 and ed expenditures ida Division of Forestry. This willand trainingof orgazedrefight-
h andle hea u an.' Present incumbents are Mrs. It is expected that Jess Clements not be a complicated procedure. Additional permission to burn
Wash and the apples When ollye Hayes, G 4 and E will ccept heate voter ost o ent will require onJuly a tel but ers s alsct points will bte established.
the rureachs degrees turn ..... me now, and all Repersons who are September we doa need call t o your local Division of For in the near future for the conven-
t eligible avebyw ays eftinXL geer witeveryote coun eand is needed him at this time. estagriculture will become effe ct nce of the landowner
greeson a-cWaddyethermomedfer.co- On coup of Sundays ago, Mr and Mrs ey arley, of T Dispatcher at that office 'Nothig regulationsmay
ring to make al pretty shade. the hac keral .er e plentiful and tle Ebb TidetMt-t ad Unon 76e will be required to keepf alog for e construed to permit, burning
redDip apples and sirl to d I havemiss writing thewell in recovering. 20 or moregis boar, Thursday, Sep rvhich Statesib, e t g for recording ermissionto burn re- llcausea hazard to air
Sthe syrup. -Place n fol readers of ths paper, especially "Shades of a tropical et" school of fish, almost at the foot ward to a much eeded vacation." quests Ho w will these regulatnsthe ow- or which reduces visibilityon
wt-it should get very brittle h Madsen of the Mexico Beach pany'givs.of their gorgeous oyal gIls ew in circles above them and ew we Charles Gl- to burn feet," said Kin "Mny countiesfor
if.Pitrit, readyoto iue.eAse'sugarcrys- d l s IVi x al t ..ursay hors 9 to 11 a.m., The budget figure of $23,300.00 is ec you. r r, burning in Gulf county, sanewn-
S-n. matter -ttle and Saturday, t 10 a.m) There for estmad revenues, with a First, yo will have to obtainul
e o collect on'Aheasides of the pan,1- -: te ,)" c n e ers should: call the White:aCity
wipe them ff ith a dampcloth e way, Ms. Madsen is doing vey open in Mex are two vwitanh u s for mof hbers ofmhis newhat lesser totalor esifficulty obtainintimat- permission to burn from the Flr- tower 29-2341.
wrapped aroun..d ;.wooe. ,p Adtini, '5. reset incumbents are 4Mrs.a it is expected that.Jess Cements not be a complicated procedure. Additional permission to burn
handle.,B """ b'en a,. 'I s-',t- h -. ..e en..... e o
Wash and y the apples. 'When -T"" .say'"' Poliye Hayes, Group4 mand bwilldncie ct as weedpost of It will require only 'a telephone contact points will be established
'4he i 6rureaehfstb00(idegreesturn Thursbay, Grou 5. .Reembe, buildinginspector, as we doneedcall to your local Division of For-n the near future for the conven-
_o' the- heat, remove the ...nna ..on ...b .y .WEXLER everyote counts and is needed, him at this time'. estry office. ience of te landowner.
St u -l o f 'e e o I o iu pe burmi in option .lia t h the existi ng laws,"
S dry. when reee te the descr ptio one flower c of my home. 'A multitude of sea- Th v s.1. t, p...rP- e rt.i in inrm toni-. (daty or.l.an on public.. :rads t.o less th.an 500
....... ......" Trailer Park, who said she missed" "uls...' i n .t foid, will take over on Friday, Oc- er; (4) person responsible;-(5) per mu.niati
- Mi deth Ie st..entof 't h-.s.matterspeclittle h wites-...ever ,-,n ae on. t icrse et"s iho o .ou' ., .. 'e....e.ollo---
is. de..lil.lBy Regstati. ,,k rttle grandson to wife.f and' daughter 'n Mexico .(7) the acreage involved. effetr.The ruel I s the D .t-
S s twe r .litedtoh efra .Beati o have, been his home. He spent about -four 'Bea h, e ust a short distance from Routinely you should have no tment 'of Pollution Control in no
Gi ...... Fai the way, M adsen is doing eery open ingMexico Beach for some-weeks with us as art of his sum-his 'newybusiness difficulty obtaining permission to manne relieve 'an individual f,
ford .... .o...Fr.d.".. .-. burn' Open burning in connection cop'p.litnes wh t eisi.. nglaws,
T a" P ark wh o said-she'missed.' ". ...pply.. ..h... .n ,etu rne.... ....... b r. -1,' ,,iGuil1 ....;et r d U Sto b c ve ed .. h_ -xopw
. when you live in world of censored information.
Imagine not having local, national, or world news
right at your fingertips. It sounds next to impossible
in our democracy, but it could happen. That's why
all of us, as concerned citizens, should support
our newspaper press more vigorously than ever.
We need to be more mindful of one of our most precious
of freedoms: freedom of the press. What better way
than to support your news media for striving to report
the news as fully, fairly, and factually as possible.
Our hats are off to the newspaper industry!
>. 6 .= ,- gKing concluded.
erations will be allowed between ____ ,
9:00 a.m. (standard time) and one
hour before sunset, provided per-
mission is first secured from the County School
Division Qf Forestry., ,
However, open burning will not L u | -ivO ;
be permitted when the Division of LU ch e u
Forestry meteorologist a d v ises i
burning could' create a pollution
problem. This would occur, for ex- Monday, October 4
ample, when warm air overlays Fish squares, grits, sliced toma-
still, cold air, creating an atmos- toes, waldorf salad, cinnamon rolls
pheric inversion. Under these con- and bread.
editions smoke spreads outwards ra- Tuesday, October 5
their than rising as it normally Bologna cup, potato salad, eggs,
would. Open burning may not be pepper, carrot sticks, peach cob-
permitted if hazardous conditions bler and wheat rolls.
for wildfires or forest fires exist. Wednesday, October, 6
Night burning will be permitted Baked ham, candied yams, green
only when there is reasonable as- lima beans, lettuce salad, fruit
surance the smoke will be proper- cocktail, icewheel cookies and
ly dispersed. On a night. when a rolls.
cold front moves through an area Thursday, October 7
with steady winds and good upper Oven fried chicken, rice and
air currents, burning will normal- gravy, collards, tossed salad, fruit
ly be permitted, The Division of Jell-o with topping and rolls.
Forestry meteorologist has devel- Friday, October 8
oped an air stagnation index which Chili con care, cabbage carrot
will be the guideline in allowing slaw, orange, devil's food cake with
or prohibiting night burning. white icing and rolls.
., I' "-t
use the want ads
IAGEmX liNE STAR. Pevt SL M, PIilJ TI4URSDAY, SfPTEMS!k 30, ~
Have Until October 2 To Register
Secretary of State Richard
(Dick) Stone, the state's chief
elections officer, this week urg-
ed all Floridians Who are eligi-
ble to vote but who are unreg-
istered to register as soon as
Registration books close in all
67 Florida counties on October
2, and don't reopen until after
the November 2 statewide elec-
tion when voters decide to ap-
prove or disapprove a constitu-
tional amendment providing for
a corporate income tax.
"As chief elections officer of
the state, I urge you, if you are
eligible and have not registered
to vote, to promptly go to your
respective supervisor of elec-
tions office and ,register so you
can exercise: one of the most im-
portant duties of an American
citizen," Secretary Stone said.
"We have," Secretary Stone
said, "a tremendously important
election coming up on November
2. The books close on October
2. If you are not registered by
October 2, you don't get an op-
portunity to effectively express
your opinions and thoughts on a
most vital issue."
The Secretary said that thou-
sands of Floridians who are eli-
gible to vote have not register-
ed. The last official count show-
ed there were 2,797,000 regis-
"If you don't register before
October 2, you lose the right to
participate in a decision on the
corporate income tax amend-
ment," Secretary Stone said.
The Secretary said he feels it
is his responsibility as chief elec-
tions officer to encourage ,citi-
zens to register to vote and par-
ticipate in elections.
'Tm greatly afraid that, at
this point, there is much too
much apathy about an issue,
whichever side you're on, that
is very important to every Flor-
idian's pocketbook," Secretary
Registering to vote also means
a citizen can have a meaningful
voice in local elections and oth-
er state elections, the Secretary
Donna Cumbie Is Seven
SCHOOL ARD MINUTES (Continued)
Donna Cumbie was feted on ring, Mrs. Johnnie Vathis and
her seventh birthday y -September Mrs. Sue Ann Kennington.
18 at the 'home of her parents, The guests enjoyed several
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kenning- games, delicious refreshments
ton, 1019 McClellan Avenue.. and party favors given to every-
Assisting in serving the par- one present.
ty guests were Mrs. Marie Her- Attending the party were the
GULF COUNTY MEN'S LEAGUE early bowling.
Monday night saw a few chan- On lanes 1 and 2, Roche's Fur-
ges in the standings for this year's nature took all four points from
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ............... 6:15 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ....-..
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....
"Come and Worship God With Us"
i l I' I I
cinuuren picture aoove. rront (Continued from Page 3) be used in the libraries of the sys-
row, left to right: Yolanda Her- tem. Policies conerning objection-
ring, Ken .Kennington, Lou Lou 1 and 2 of Part I, and No. 3, 4 and tern. Policies concerning objection-
McInnis, Johnnie Vathis and Su- 5 of Part III. pies of these able material in the libraries that
anyone might contend were also
san Watts. Standing: Rena Mar- amendments are ofl file in the Sup- presented.
tian, Clara Allen, Chris Kenning- erintendent's office.
ton, Leslie Seqtt, Jackie Hays, The Superintendent presented a The Board agreed to take the
Donna Cumbie, the honoree, Ri- letter from the Gulf County Guid. policies under advisement and
chard Watts and Eddie Martin. ance Clinic stating that $818.00 consider them at the Board meet-
worth of professional services ing of July 6, 1971.
Marvin's TV with Jerry Colvin's charged to the Board had been ren- The Board authorized the Super-
518 and Glen Williams' 517 head- dered students within our schools intendent to enter into an agree-
ing up Roche's. Marvin's TV had for the school year 1970-71. The meant with the Apalachee Film Li-
Bill Barlow with- 539 and shy Superintendent was directed to no- bra for the 197172 school year.
Costing postin a 504. tify the clinic tlat the pledged This is a cooperative plan where-
Costin postingamount of $500.00 would be the by Gulf, Franklin, Liberty and
Campbell's Drugs put the skids limit of the Board's participation. Calhoun Counties jointly support
to Richard's Raiders by taking The Superintendent presented a a film library for the use of the
three points. For Campbell's, it letter from the ABC Fence Com- named colinties.
was Bob Heacock with a 526 and pany of Mobile, Ala., asking for re- The School Board approved the
Ralph Ward a 553. D. Cartwright lease from building a chain link Master Plan for In-Service train-
was tops for Richard's Raiders with fence with a radius of 38' on the ing for all school personnel for
a 514. Wewahitchka High School site. the1971-72 school year.
n The company claimed one of their Bills in the amount of $197,-
On lanes 5 and 6, 13 Mile Oys- representatives made a mistake in9148 were examined and order-
ter Company dropped all four endering a bid that included this ed paid. Warrants in payment of
points to'St. Joe Lanes. Robert Board dired th Su these billsare shown on the War-
Montgomery's 456 t d 13 Mileeoao e et p-
while Yank Zimmerman and erintendent to write ABC Fence rant Register.
while Yank Zimmerm an Company notifyingthemthat they There being no further business,
Wayne Smith paced St. Joe Laneswould be expected to fulfill the ii- the Board adjourned to meet again
with their 532 and 503 series. al bid stipulations. in regular session on July 6, 1971
S ,a tia bi stupulatuons. at9..m..
Shirt and Trophy split with Ba- The Board authorized the reno- at 9:00 a.m., EDT.
sic Magnesia on lanes 7 and 8. vation of the Wewahitchka Ele- .. ATTEST:
Charles Arrant's 511 led Shirt and mentary School and Wewahitchka Marion Crag Wayln Graham
Trophy. Bo Bouington, with a 506, High School TPhysical Education Supertendent airman
led Basic. Building.
I The Board authorized the Super-
Standings W L intendent to enter into a Neigh-
Richard's Raiders-------- 9 3 borhood Youth Corps program. P
St. Joe Lanes 8 4 system to employ 75 students 15 P
Roche Furniture ----- 7 5 years of age who were in school
Campbell's Drugs -- -6 6 last year and will be in school IN
Marvin's TV 4 8 next year. These students will N
13' Mile Oyster Co. ------ 3 9 work on job assignments deter- O
Basic Magnesia ---------3 9 mined by the Superintendent and OPEN Sa
his staff. Upon the recommenda- TL
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE tion of the Superintendent, Charles Specials for Thur
Osborne was hired as Director of
On lanes 7 and 8 St. Joe Kraft this program. The students will be
took two and a half games from paid $1.60 per hour for five hours Tenderized Shank Po
the Stevedores. Ruby Lucas led the work per day. The Federal Gov- Tenderized
Kraft team with a 499 series. Dot ernment will pay the salaries of Cured Ham lb. 39c
Barlow bowled a 460 series for the the participants. No state or Gulf Fresh Ground
Stevedores. County funds are involved. Hamburger --- 3 1
Williams Alley Kats won three Mrs. Laura Geddie, Special Pro-
games from Comforter on lanes 5 jects Coordinator and Federal Pro-
and 6. Eleanor Williams led the jects Coordinator for the Board PICNIC
Kats with a 472 series, Bertha presented policies governing the PURE VEGETABLE
Clayton bowled a 444 series for selection of books and materials to
Comforter. S> mith led the bank with a big 552 Whole
Shirt and Trophy won all four series. Nadine Aplin led the Ho- ROSt
ams frnm tS .Tn.o e tu. Pat-, bob's with a 279 series. Rump 'Roast -------
sy Cooley led the Shirt and Tro- Standings W, L
phy team with a 437 series. Dot St. Joe Kraft ------ 6% 1 %
Hamm led the Furniture team with Florida First Nat.-- 6 2
a 486 series. Jo Sealy picked up Shirt and Trophy 6 2
the 7-6-10 split. Williams Alley Kats .-- 5 3
St. Joe Furniture ------ 4 4
On lanes 3 and 4, AN Railroad St. Joe Stevedores ---- 3% 4A
team lost all four games to the Comforter's 1 7
Florida First National Bank. Lois AN Railroad ---------0 8
Say You Saw It In The Star -
While nothing quenches thirst like an ice-cold cola noth-
ing pleases the palate like a warm cola cake.
Here's how to use this delightful and unique "baking
Royal Crown Cake
2 cups unsifted flour 1 cup butter or margarine
2 cups sugar 1 cup Royal Crown C4*
2 tbsps. cocoa 1/2 cup buttermilk
1 tsp.soda 2 eggs
1 tsp. salt 1-1/2 cups miniature marshmallows
Combine flour, sugar, cocoa, soda and salt. Bring the
butter and cola to a boil anddadd to the dry mixture. Add the
buttermilk, eggs and marshmallows. This will be a very thin
batter with the marshmallows floating on top. Bake in a large
oblong pan at 350 degrees for 45 to 60 minutes.
1/2 cup margarine or butter 1 box confectioners sugas
2 tbsps. cocoa 1 cup chopped nuts
16 tbsps. Royal Crown Cola, 1 tsp. vanilla
Combine butter, cocoa and cola and bring to a boil. Pour
over confectioners sugar and mix well. Add nuts and vanilla.
Spread over cake while hot.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
NDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
sday, Friday, Saturday, Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 2
r. Butt Por. Tender
c lb. 49c Cubed Steak --- lb. $1.19
lbs. $1.49 Sirloin Steak -- lb. $1.09
E OIL ------.. 88 oz. jar $1.49
Georgia Grade 'A' Limited
lb. 79c FRYERS-------- lb. 29c
Fresh Homemade -
l Ib. 89c Pan Sausage ------ lb. 59c
Fresh First Cut
PORK CHOPS 45c
Center Cut Rib
18 Oz. Poly Bag Frozen Our Value
Turnips and Roots --- bag 37c Shortening -- 3 lb. can 69c
20 Ounce Bag Frozen Our Value 24 Ounce
Baby Limas -------bag 39c Pancake Syrup --- jar 39c
SLICED lb. 35c
WHOLE or HALF SLAB BACON ------b. 29c
Georgia Grade 'A' U. S. No. 1
Small Eggs ------3 doz. 89c White Potatoes 10 Ibs. 59c
With $10.00 Order or More Yellow
SU GAR -----5 b. bag 49c ONIONS -------- 2 lbs. 29c
Round Steak Ib. 99c
CROWN YOUR CAKE WITH COLA
NO.1 EXHAUST SYSTEM
Meeting exhaust system needs is a demanding business -
you need your muffler now, and It has to be right in
every way quality, price and fit. INSTANT CAPABIUTY il
meeting exhaust system needs Is a large part of our
business. Thas why INSTANT AVAILABIUIY of mufflen
pipes and accessories for all types of vehicles FAST wit
the right quality, right fit and right price hail mlade e
0. 1 exhaust system supply Mouro. bi tias t e L
MUFFLERS PIPES ACC ISOKlES,
DISTRIBUTED IN THIS AREA BY
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
201 Long Avenue Phone 227-2141
SEE YOUR APA SEIICE DEMlI
GET YOUR FREE COPY OF "CAR EPAIRS... FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW
FUNERAL H 0 ME
and AMBULANCE SERVICE
Owned and operated by Robert R. (Ray) Kilpatrick
My Pledge .
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To serve the Community in working for
To be a friend you can rely on.
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THE -STA& Pa St. Sft Pierlb
WURSDAY, OPTEMBRBSt $0, Iirl
oL.JU_- ix--l .1k.- ml"--+
I Salu _-O JLLV"A la&. IJUU VULUlLU17t:. JrHLI,
SSpecials for Sept
29, 30, Oct. 1,2
RICH and SONS' IGA
- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
RT 1 Pound Can
-r" BLADE BONE FAMILY SIZE 7-Up, RC, Pepsi Cola, KRAFT With $10.00 Order
Dr. Pepper, Mountain Dew -
39c ea. 3 $00
or -- for-
IGA DETERGENT 22 Ounce Bottle
ROUND BONE SHOULDER
IGA No. % Can
TUNA FISH --------- can 37c
NBC 1 Pound Box
PREMIUM SALTINES -- box 39c
Roast lb. 68c
Roast Ib. 98c
SAUSAGE --- 2 Ib. roll 88c ea
FRESH PORK S 1tk ID .68c
SUAr U PA J II -AIA -
TABLERITE STANDING RIB
Grnd. Beef lb. 58c
Short Ribs 39Rr
TABLERITE BEEF FREEZER SALE! =-*. w-
Beef Sides Ilb. 69c TALERITE GROUND
Beef Fronts lb. 59c Chuck Ilb. 98c
Beef Hinds lb. 79c Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order or More'
I_ doz. EGGS FREE
IGA 10 Ounce Packages
STRAWBERRIES .---- 2 pkgs. 59c
FISHER BOY 8 Ounce Packages
FISH STICKS ----3 pkgs. 69c
TOPPING 9 Ounce Package
COOL WHIP --------- pkg. 59c
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When you sometimes take too long
to fall asleep and feel you need help,
take Sominex and sleep. This remark-
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Sominex contains no narcotics, no
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eep .. .sleep.. j I ..
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GA. GRADE 'A' LARGE
GA. GRADE 'A' SMALL
I A -
- HALF GAL.
MARGARINE ----------b. 33c
KRAFT AMERICAN or PIMENTO SINGLES
CHEESE SLICES --------- pkg. 59c
BUTTER-ME-NOT 10 Count
BISCUITS------- 2 cans 35c
IGA FANCY SOLID PACK
NO, 303 CAN 2
BIG ROLLS NORTHERN
3 Rolls $1.00
ARMOUR 12 Ounce Cans
No. 303 Cans IGA GOLDEN WK or CS
[GA 46 Ounce Can 4 IrnrTP
TOMATO JUICE---------can 37c 1riSCO i v.-
[GA No. 303 Can 110W 1 if enIng,
BARTLETT PEARS--------can 35c
IGA 1 Pound Box 1
SALTINE CRACKERS ------box 29c 1
CAMPBELL'S No 1 Cans
TOMATO SOUP-------3 cans 39c 3 LB. CAN 79
SHOWBOAT No. 2% Cans With $10.00 Order
PORK and BEANS-------3 cans 79c
NOTEBOOK PAPER----- pkg. 69c ,
12 OUNCE CANS
#u c g| Case of 24 11
Coca-C ola $2.59 Can llC
We Haul Two Large Truck Loads of Fresh Produce Each Week Direct from the
Market to Insure Freshness, Quality and Low Price
Field PEAS--- 6 Ibs. $1.00 Golden CARROTS __ 2 bags 29c
U. S. NO. 1 SELECT IRISH
Cooking ONIONS 3 lb. bag 29c
Check our Okra Before you Buy
Fresh OKRA---- Ig.
RED or GOLDEN DELICIOUS
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
K CEN BONES 4 1bs.
For Fall Gardeners
Fall Seeds and Fertilizers
10 OZ. JAR
dl, I ~1
MI 9 ffAg. Net It. fu, i41gfd i i iiURsdAY, 91P9fMBER 30, 1971. PAGE SuTvu'
From Sheppard AFB
WICHITA FALLS, Tex. Air-
man Hosea D. Pittman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. Pittman of 285
Avenue E, Port St. Joe, has gra-
duated at Sheppard AFB, Tex.,
from the U. S. Air Force dental
The airman, who studied dental
anatomy and radiological techni-
ques, is being assigned to Keesler
AFB, Miss., for duty.
JACKSONVILE The number
of substandard housing units in
Florida has been cit in half over
the past ten years, mostly due to
improved plumbing, the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce re-
ported this weekly.
Airman Pittman, a '69 graduate: The State Chamber said in its
of Washington High School, at- weekly Business Review that offi-
tended Gulf Ciost Junior College, cial census figures show Florida
Panama City, Fla. with 285,000 housing units with
Pdrlces good through Saturday. Oct. 2 US.DA. Grade 'A' Frozen Cornish
In the stores below .GAME 20-. 69c
10 a Fft strEeet HNS .... 0 6
ouawnimy M ngns em "Supe-Right" '1 Pork Loin Sliced
PORK CHOPS .... 68
"Super-Right" Whole gr Half Pork Loin
Cap'n John's Frozen
Perch Dinners 12 oz. 55c
SAP Delicious Fresh -
CHERRY PARFAIT .-- A9c
S-Family Size C
SAVE TIS WEEK
inadequate plumbing in 1960 as Spencer explained that the term listed most frequently because the
compared with 130,000 last year, "substandard" is used here to de- unit lacks hot piped water," Spen-
a decrease of 155,000 or 54 per scribe those units that lack hot cer noted.
cent. and cold piped water, a flush toil- The Review stated that most of
iet, and an interior bath. tub or Florida's metropolitan areas met
"This is a remarkable record shower for the exclusive use of or bettered the state's average.
when you consider total housing th e occupants. During the decade, substandard
in Florida during the same period housing units decreased 67 per
increased by more than 708,000," "All housing is listed in the cent in Jacksonville and Orlando;
pointed out Ronald S. Spencer, census-conventional housing as 64 per cent in Jacksonville and
Executive Vice President of the well as tents, caves or railroad Orlando; 64 per cent in Tampa-
State Chamber. boxcars. Substandard housing is St. Petersburg; 50 per cent in Mi-
________ _..._i__ iami and 57 per cent in West Palm
According to the Review, Gaines-
ville experienced an increase of.
50 per cent in "substandard" hous-
ing, going from about 2,000 units
Ain 1960 to 3,000 in 1970. The in-
crease in total housing units in
Gainesville from 1960 to 1970
was 325 per cent.
Another university town, Talla-
hassee, increased 136 per cent in
total housing units, but remained
unchanged during the ten year
period in the number of substand-
ard units with 3,000, based on of-
ficial census figures.
.. : PINES
a or Georgia Fresh Whole Bagged In Florida'
'Wie n lill .Future!
Cap'n John's Frozen-2 Lb. Box
Perch Portions box $1.49
augar Cured Delicious
SLICED BACON..... 49c
"Super-Right" Chipped' Beef, Turkey, Ham, or
CORN BEEF..... 3%$1.00
Hi-Brand Quick Frozen
CHOPPED SIRLOIN. 3 $1.00
ENO RAT MAT!YUMUTB ATISIED OR OULEOURMONY ACK!
"SupelRight" Heavy Western Whole
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef
"uper-Right" Fully Cooked (WaterAdded)
100% BRAZILIAN COFFEE (3 Lb. Bag $1.99) JANE PARKER DELICIOUS JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
EIGHT O'CLOCK,..... a 69c ANGEL FOOD ...... 45c APPLE PIES...... 39c
Milani 1890 All Varletim-8 Oz. Bottles JANE PARKER PLAIN JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
Salad Dressina ..- 3 for 89c fWAY ROLLS...... 29c RAISIN BREAD . 29c
..... .. ..... "... .: .'.:.:...::.:.:.. .... .
FRESH RUSSET BAKING Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, or Rome
A MATC H .
Bartlett Pears...... 4 .... $1.00 Yellow Onions .. 3 lb. bag 39c
Ann Page Macaroni S
Cheese Dinner. 19c
Tea Bags 100 .: 99c
Dog Ration (50 1k. Bag $4.59)
Jim Dandy -. $2.39
Peter Pan 49c
Macaroni. 2 s: 29c
Chicken of the Sea Ught
Chunk Tuna "''.; 39c.
Pickle Pod, Sweet Cubed
T.N.T. Roach & Ant
Insect Bomb' 89c
SE0G LIQUID..... 4 $1.00
VIENNA SAUSAGE.... 4 $1.00
REG. OR PINK LEMONADE OR LIMEADE
MINUTE MAID ..... 7 $1.00
Hunt's 12 Oz. Cans
Tomato Paste 3 cans $1.00
A&P FRUIT DRINKS... 3 4 89c
*Bt Siew Krmat C.BL. Sharp or
Dinly Moore 2 69c Sharp Cheese'. 83c
HoNrm! (teg. & Hol). Peps uen s Adult 9c
Chiliw/Beans-39c Toothbrushes ,-. 59c
BOUNTY TOWELS.... 3 J $1.00
A&P ASSORTED COLORS
FACIAL TISSUE ..... 5B $100
A&P FROZEN REGULAR or CRINKLE CUT
FRENCH FRIES ..... 3 3 $1.00
SULTANA WITH TOMATO SAUCE
PORK & BEANS.... 3 $1.00
Pepsodent .', 97c
Cool Whip 65c
2 S.. 6 .2 :1 I
NBC Nilla mVanilla
NBC-1 Lb. Box
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
IN RE: The marriage of
PAT ANN TRUMAN,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO:. PAT ANN TRUMAN, address
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on Robert iti. Moore,
321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, and fileESS my hand and the original with
the Clerk ofn the above styled
Court on or before October 22,
1971; otherwise, a Judgment -may
be entered against you for the re-
anlief demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on this the 21st day
of September, 1971.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
BID NO. 121
The City of Port St. Joe invites
bids for o the purche prof the Wash-
ington Elementary School build-
ing located at the cobulder of Main
isnd Avenue "G" in the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida. This bid is
for the building only, which is
constructed entirely of wood, with
the proviso that it either be re-
moved from the property or that
it be torn down and all material
and debris be removed from the
days -from letting of bid and guar-
antee also that the property will
be cleared of all material and ex-
traneous matter after the building
is removed. The City of Port St.
Joe reserves the right to accept or
reject any or all bids received.
Bids should be submitted to the
City Clerk's Office in the Munici-
pal Building, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, no later than 5:00 p.m.,
Eastern Time, October 19, 1971,
and will be opened at the regular
City Commission meeting October
19, 1971, at 8:00 p.m., Eastern
C. W. BROCK 9-16
City Auditor and Clerk 5t
Sub-Standard Housing In Florida
Is Cut In Half, Says State Chamber
- Say yu Saw It in The Star -
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1971
TA STAR, Port St. Jee, Felda
WHAT YOU -SHOULD KNOW
..-* ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION: |
Dove Hunters Shoulder
Arms Saturday Noon
Florida dove hunters will take
to the field at 12:00 noon, Satur-
day, October 2, for the first phase
of the 1971-72 migratory dove
Commission -Chairman, James
Windham said, "There will be
strict patrolling of dbve shooting
areas, by both' federal and state
law enforcement- officers, to seC
that all regulations are enforced'
N* tatan...w you consider the atemrnatives
Your prescription Is- one of the biggest bargains In history.
The average costof the neatly billion prescriptions filled yearly
In the.United.Statesis $3.56. What. do'you receive for that
a- rege? ,, "
L These relatively inexpensive pharmaceuticals may save you \
and your family hundreds of dollars and perhaps weeks in a ,
2 They can help prevent a disease frot developing s most
serious and painful point '
3. You are up and around sooner... back to work play.
S4. Less time and wages are lost.
5. And, finally these pharmaceuticals may have prevented
minor, but bothersome, physical Impairments resulting from
Nexttime you have a prescription filled, consider tiemed~iat '
research and development whichiwent Into it... hundredibf
years of progress serve you in edch prescription and then
consider thgalternatives...where else could you 1uya better,
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal att nton ou
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions' o
OUkR ) PHARMACY
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue Phone 2274371 1
Drive-in Window" Servi ce ,.'Plenty of Free "arbngJIf ,
Steve. AtcJf son has fleet-footed DeFuniak' Lawrence Bowen and Steve Hattaway move in to
'Springs Walton ."'Brave" Mitzi Jackson by his be/ sure Jackson stays put.
r'secret weapons is feet-while Perry Adkison' --Star photo
Sharks Trounnce Walton Hi
''.(Continued From Page 1) when Pope completed a 19Byard to -his left and tossed for 25
Jlast year.' ,"'. .
S'The Shark scored twice in the
'third quater, when Nobles
caught Rii6hird Pope in 'the end
zone for a two: point safety and
Ken Whittle hurled a 25 yarder
tJ Perry 'Adkison.
.The BraVes managed. their
only. score in the third period
Evidence of Age Continues to be A Cncer Soc!ety Sets
STrain Co nference can
P em iI Claiming S. SBenfitsclo
S. In. S. Benefit The American Cancer, Society,
Evidence ofge continues to b6 during infancy should have them Florida Division, Inc.,. is conduct-
aproblem to some people claiming ready. For persons born outside itg a Distict. 1 Training Confer
]oeial security benefits. A person the U.S.A., it is particularly im- ence for Program volunteers, Wed-
claiming retirement benefits must portant to, send for the record jaesday, September 29 at the Four
establish he is retirement age, ac-' early. The social security office .Winds' Restauraft, City Marina,
cording to ,Dayid Robinson, Social can help write for the birth certi- ?Panama .City. The District Train-
"Security Fiqld Representatiye for ficate if you wish. jng Conference, designed to inform
Gulf.Con.rt i n Sbme states did not record, the American Cancer Society vol.
,.,.Since. many people retire and births until recent years. Also, it i nteer lead rs in. techniques and,
claim belnftipfat the end of the is now hard to get records fronim mterials.t. make more effective,
year, now is the time to 'be getting some foreign countries. Conse- their' efforts toward the conquest
the necessary;.'documents together. quently, it is possible that these of cancer IN
Those with birth certificates filed birth records may not be available. ThTe pna City meeting will
But some effort must be made to begin "wjth'. registration at 9:30
get them or to make certain they a.m. Rlp1 Burgess, President,
Father. of Wayne Biggs are not available. Bay Co.ilt.Unit will preside and
.hbies Int Anita, Iowa If you need assistance in ob- give the. welcome address. TO:
.,- training proof of your age, contact Distric II Executive Director, .
Ralph. Biggs, age 84, of Anita, your nearest social security office. Mrs. Edni Rowell, will present an y4
Iowa, passed away Tuesday morn- The office serving this are is lo- outline '- services of American that
ingfollowing a lingering illness. cated at 1316 Harrison Ave., Pa- Cancer,Sdcelety, where to go for as- mat
Funeral services were held yes- nama City. To contact the office slitanee and who to contact in u
terday at,.Evergreen Cemetery in by phone, dial operator and ask each county for needed services. a c
Anit. '...'. WX-4444. The office is open Mon- Coutid- ,participating in the if ~
Biggs is the father of Wayne day through Friday from 8:30 corfeience will be Bay, Gulf and MOC
Biggs of White City. a.m. to 4:30 p.m., FJanklin. Joe,
., .. ith
s to Tommy'-ieasiey.
'wo sensational plays, in the
rth quarter, pt' 13' more
nts on the scoreboard. The.
t came when Jim Faison
imered through the line for
yards and was tripped up at
Brave five yard line. Faison
t the ball which squirted in-
the end zone where Steve Bass
on it 'for the' TD. Bass' extra
nt kick was no' good. .
The last score of the game
me with 24 seconds left on the
ck when Perry Adkison faded
IN THE,/ IRCUIT COURT
FOURTEENTH J U DICLI
'CIRCUTr' OF THE. STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FO
IE: The' marriage of
JOHNNII E.' GRIGGS,
husband, and ,
MARGARET L. GRIGGS,.
*NOTICE OF SUIT .
JOHNNIE E. GRIGGS, -
OU. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ia action for dissolution
ri ge .has been filed again
and you are required to ser'
0py of your written defehsi
any, to it on ROBERT
)RE,' 321 Reid Ave., Port S
Florida, and file the origin
.the Clerk of the above' siyle
rt on or before' Octobe.' 2
, otherwise, a Judgment mi
entered against you for the r
demanded in the .Petition.
ITNESS Smy handannd the se
iid Court on this the 27th da
GEORGE Y.. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court
yards to his little brother Mar-
tin who was standing near the
goal* line. Martin hauled in' the
pass, was immediately' hit by
two defenders, but he fell over
the ,goal line. Steve Bass kick-
ed the extra point, to give the
Sharks a /43-6 victory.
To, Perry Tomorrow .:.
The Sharks travel to Perry to-
According to the Game and We urge hunters to abide by thel
Fresh Water Fish Commission, regulations and hunt safely at all'
hunting will be allowed statewide times."
from 12:00 noon until sunset, thru
October 31, except in that portion "Remember", Windham said,
of Franklin County known as Alli- "when you hunt on the lands of
gator Point, and in. refuges or another person, you are a guest.
sanctuaries. [Respect the owner's rights, and
Dove', hunters will be allowed a property."
daily bag limit: of 12, with a total _____ ,
possession of 24. Hunters must
possess yalid hinting licenses and ,
shotguns must be plugged to three- JayOcetteS SponISring
The second phase dove hunting CarWash Saturday
season is : from 'November 13
through November 28. The third The Port St. Joe Jaycettes ar6
phase season ppens December 18 having a car wash Saturday, Oc-
and continues through. January 10. tober 2 on the vacant lot beside
the- City Hall. The car "ash will
morrckv night to tangle with the open for business at 9:00 a.m. anI1
Taylor County crew. Word from .continue throughout the;'day.
Perry is that student tickets will The Jaycettes invite everyone to
` n- i~o n 15 Tp.rrv blit. *t-lhAp Av e f 1. -'* '
puJ izuv uin.r, r'y, u mU' "y c come have their car washed.
be' purchase& at Port St. Joe' .
High. school tomorrow foi $1.00.'" ,
THE YARDSTICK McC.rmick
Walton St.Joe .(Confinued from Page 1)
First Downs---- 6- 14
Rush Yardage -- 30 242,, na; three brothers, James E; Me-
Pass Yardage ------ 77 180 Cormick,' Sr.,, of White City,.
Passes 6-17 8-10 Bruce McCormick and Kelvin .
Intercepted by --------1 3 Pyke, both of Marianna; and two
Punts 3-33"' 0 sisters, Miss Linda McCormick
Fumbles lost ------- 1 3 and Miss Sandra McCormick,..
Yards penalized -- 62 35 both of Marianna.
+Classifled Ads +
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom house' FOR RENTs Furnished beach, cot. FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terriers.;
,corner lots at White City on 2 tages. Reaonable mqrtly rate. Wormed. $20.0QO each; Phone
os. lo 25500..3. Phone 227- orf2 2 734901 or 22786436. Itp
lots. $5.500. Phone 227-4436. tf4-29 Phone -... o64-368.' ltp
/ FOR. RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
FOR SALE: Two bedroomm home. apartment Corner Palm and WANT TO CARE :
.'Air, conditioning, carpet, furni- 14th. Call Cecil Costin, 4 Jr., 227- rpy home. For ir
tlre, wa.ber. dryer, water softener 4311. tlc-9B- 229-61i8 after 6 p-
hai, lin fnc tnl hnusep Sae .
for children in
for garden. Cqntact C. D. Harvey, FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnish ~.
F R R EN12 tf c1o-1 0 b o m r n is h^ d .. .... ...
2890-4,12. tfe-6-10 ,and 2 bedroom furnished apart- i DIES ,
FOR SALE or RENT: bedroom p'ent. Phone 229-6160. tfc-9-2 :hair pieces in my eome .
house. Dining room, living room, .R RNT *Unfurished 2 hed. 'u have human hair Or sYn-
itvbhen, breakfast nook.1800 ,down rO..r om ce ou. L a d etic whi would like
aid take ip payments of $76.40 storage room. Large shady ya .,. two a rvs, lc..y at
for nine years. Fourth and Beaty, Automatic heat. Phone "227 6:"' O e SA
D in White City.all 229094. .tf after 5:00 p.m. CALL 229-3311 or 2248
of FOR SALE: Guns, lawn mowers,; b44 JANICE STOKES tfe
st FOR RENT: Furnished large one gas heaters,reels, automotive
e bedroom apartment w1q separ- 8-track tape, players, tapes $1.0 -o- SALE: 45 hpMercury with
es ate dining room, auto. eat and to $5.99, tools,watches, rings, oa ,'Sportscraft boat and trailer. See
. large, yard, Phone 227-8536 after imports from Mexico. Mc's Pa a Stafford's Grocery, White City.
St" 5:00 p.m. tfc-8-5 Shop, 102 Fifth St., Highland Vi, ..........
k, ,Phone 29-6193. o tfc- B0 FOR APPLIANCE, heating and re-
l, i P--hone *229-6.93-. -,U frigeration repairs call 229-6323.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
EH STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 70-183
OMA P. BOUINGTON and wife,
B., PRINCE and wife
MARY L. PRINCE,
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
'SALE BY CLERK
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated Sep-
tember 17, 1971, and entered in Civil
Case No. 70-183 of the Circuit Court of
'the Fourteenth ,'Judicial Circuit, in and
for Gulf ICounty, Florida,' Wherein Oma
F. Bouington and wife, Voncelle Bouington,
are plaintiffs and B. 0. Prince and wife,
Mary L. Prince, are defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash at
the front door of the 'Gulf County Court-
house In Port St. Joe, Florida, at 11:00
o'clobk A.M., j Eastern Daylight Time, on
the 15th day of October, 1971, the follow-
ing described property as set forth in said
final judgment, to-wit:
Lots One (1), Five (5) Six (6) Seven
(7), Eight (8) and Nie (9) of Block
One (1) of Wimico Subdivision, accerd-
ing to the official -map on file in the
Public Records of Gulf County, Florida,
and' thie following described property
located in said' subdivision: Begin at
a point 113.5 feet East of Southwest
corner, Section 11, Township 7 South,
Rang 10 West, and run due East
along Section line 78.5 feet to U. S.
Boat Yard concrete monument No. 7,
thence Northeast parallel with the
East right-of-way line of State Road No.
71 '278.5' fdetto U. S Boat Yard con-
crete monument No.'.6, thence North 79
'degrees 35' West '81.5 'feet, thence
Southwest parallel with .East right-of-
way line of State Road' No. 71 approx-
imately 206.8 feet to point of begin-
ning; together with all improvements
thereon, and' together with all. the
right' and interest of the grantors in
and to that certain alleyway lying be-
tween Lot 1 and Lots 8 and 9 of Block
1 of the above described property, and
together with all .furniture, furnishings,
fixtures and equipment, located in the
upstairs portion of the building desig-
nated as Wimico Lodge located upon
Purchaser must assume a first mortgage
to Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation of Port St Joe, dated and recorded
June 1, 1970.
DATED this 24th day of September, A.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) It
I ROOMS FOR RENT
Special Weekly Rates
MOTEL ST. JOE I
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Will be 'available August 1. For
adults only.- 1505 Monument Ave.
Call A.M. or after 7 p.m. 227-8346.
FORt RENT: Furnished house at
St. Joe Beach. For more infor-
mation call 648-7915. tfc-7-29
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments
and trailer space. Bo's Wimico
Lodge, White City. Phone 229-2410.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house with
garage. Water furnished. See
Mrs. C. Pridgeon, 1301 Monument
Avenue, Phone 227-5301. 2te-9-23
FOR RENT: 2. bedroom furnished
house on Palm Boulevard. Call
PAINT Dealer In Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
FOR SALE Pgs. Very reason ARN AT HOME addressing enve-
$15.00. 229-2103. Can be seen at opes.Rey sta ped sefaddres-
White ty. J. Y.. ed envelopes, P. 0. Box3251, Pen.
FOR SALE:' Ducks. 50c each on sacola, Fla. 32506. 4tc-9-23
the foot. Victor Burke at White .
City. Come after 5:00 p.m. Ip "SEPTIC TANKS' pumped out. Call
'Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2987.
FOR SALE: AKC Irish setters. $50 or 229-3097.
each. Have shots and wormed.
Call 229-4094. 'tfc-7-1 PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo-
Slonal problems and/or concern.
FOR SALE: 14' plywood runabout Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
boat. 12 hp motor and trailer, St. Joe, Florida 229-36021
$225.00. Good fishing outfit. Call
Apalachicola 653-3201 or 653-8789. FOR
FOR SALE: Pontoons. Steel con- AMBULANCE SERVICE.
struction.. Overall dimensions:
7' 1., 7'w, 5' h. Phone Tallahassee In Wewahitchka and
224-4826 or 222-2312. 4tc-9-9 ...
ORDER YOUR new Community
Band Calendar nowr from the
Port St. Joe High Sqhool Band Par-
ents Association. Call 229-2522 or
call the Music Department at .the
Port St. Joe High School.
FOR SALE: 1970 LeSabre custom
sedan. Power, air, radio, tinted
glass, vinyl top and seats, Like
new. $3400. Call Apalachicola 653-
FOR SALE: 1961 Station Wagon.
Air conditioned, automatic trans-
mission. Good condition. $300.00.
WANTED TO BUY: No frost deep
freezer and Volkswagen motor
for '67 VW. Call Bill Carr, 229-
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low ,down payment. Phone 227-
Port t.r Joe
Comforter Funeral Home'
C. P. Etheredge
S18 Third Street.
Port St. Jo*, Fla.
Call 229.4986 for Free Estimate
R.A.M.--Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. Al
visiting companions welcome.
JOSEPH PIPPIN, H. P.
LH. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Tuesday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular come
munication of Port St. Joe Lod ,
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first,
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
CHARLES R. JOLLEY, W..
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Sectf
If The Strike
Puts You In
With the Every Day
. rCost of Living
S- SEE --
MERIT FINANCE CO.
326 Reid .Avenue
and Don't Worry...
Reduced Payments Can be Arranged Until
the Strike Is Over
Loans up to $600 Under State Supervision
i fat upri sio
IL;Udm LLPS LCU%;Cg LWVA-:Uuui3q. opa%.o
THE CROWDS TO PORT
For These Three Big Sale Days In
Downtown Port St. Joe
PORT ST. JOE
Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 2
FOR FREE PRIZES
IN FREE GIFT CERTIFICATES
to be given away Saturday, Oct. 2- 5:00 P.M.
You Must be 18 Years of Age or Older or Married to Register
Register and Redeem Prizes
Boyles Department Store
Buzzett's Drug Store
Campbell's Drug Store
Carp's Department Store
Cooper's Barber Shop
Costints Department Store
Danley. Furniture Company
Florida First National Bank
Florida Power Company
Hinote's Barber Shop
Humphrey's Union 76
Kennedy Electric Co.
Merit Loan Co.
Pate's Shell Service Center
Duren's Economy Store
with these Merchants:
Ralph and -Henry's Standard Ser.
Rich and Sons IGA
Roche Furniture & Appliances
St. Joe Restaurant
St. Joe Motor Co.
Tomlinson Gulf Service
Western Auto Associate Store
West Florida Gas & Fuel Co.
St. Joe Paper Co.
Sears Catalog Sales
Gay's Standard Service
Jr. Food Store
Merchants of Port St. Joe
Sport and Dress Shoes LADI
* Sizes 7-11 Large selection Sizesl5 1
Values to $10.99
LATEST FALL COLORS
SPORT and DRESS
*- Ideal for dresses and sportswear sets
* New fall assorted colors
_ -I li~____ I
"KEEP YOUR EYE ON COSTIN'S"
PORT ST. JiE
in BOYS' WEAR
* Fur Collar
* Latest Style
Sizes 8 to 18
BOYS' LONG SLEEVE
Our Entire Stock of
We Have the Largest and Most Complete
As Low As
values to $6.00
10% Off On All Boy's
RED GOOSE SHOES
SLatest Fashion Shoes
* Two Toned ........ Buckles
SM I RTUiLU
H. LEE TREACE and SON
Authorized Catalog Sales
Phone 227-2291 Port St. Joe
ON KENMORE 6-CYCLE,
aveP 4 0 2-SPEED AUTOMATIC WASHER
or ELECTRONIC SENSOR DRYER
Was $259.95 Was $199.95 oUE SAVE $80
WASHo DRYERT% VT PT
f *W SALE PRICE 7 *0 LAUNDRY PAIR
With Every Purchase
Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
' Guard Prevents *
Set-in Wrinkles in
Permanent Press *
Y Fabrics .*
0 Automatic Time *
~ -w-. .~-
These 3 Sale Days
1 U0 OFF
On Our Floor
Come In and Meet Your
New Sears Merchant
H. LEE TREACE
Signal ^Call 227-2291
e'' to Place Catalog Orders
0 0 Shop by Phone from Home
*. 000* *
Customer Appreciation Sale
Double knit. Jr., Missy and Extra Sizes
38 to 42. Values to $35.00.
YOU SAVE $$$$$
Children's Cotton Panties
Packages of 4
Sizes 1 to 12
SAVE lc PAIR
New Fall and Transi-
tional styles. Good selec-
tion in Jr., Missy and
DRESS and CASUAL
$3. to $8.00
Values to 20.00 by Joyce and Personality in
this group. Assorted darks and bone.
Choose from a large selection of new Fall
Dresses by Peaches and Cream "Lil Airess"
Ind others. Sizes 1-14. Reg. $2.99 to $8.99.
You save on every purchase
Men's Pocket Tee Shirts
For work and play. Assorted colors
now 99c each
SAVE 30c ON EACH ONE
MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S NEW
Fall Shirts and Slacks
Choose from new flares, dress or jeans or
new dress slacks for men by Hubbard, Levis
or Lee. Sport Shirts by Campus.
Men's and Young Men's
Choose from our largest selection ever.
New corduroy and denim styles by
Lee, Campus and Wrangler.
TOYLAND IS OPEN at
LAY.-AWAY At SALE PRICES NOW!
7 INSTEAD OF WAITING FOR NOVEMBER WE ARE PUTTING OUR BOTTOM
CHRISTMAS SALE PRICES ON ALL OUR TOYS NOW
THERE'S NO REASON TO COME UP
A Small Deposit SHORT AT CHRISTMAS!
Hold You Slction Til ChIF YOU LAY AWAY YOUR SELECTION NOW!
Holds Your Selection TilChristmas WE HAVE BIKES and WHEEL GOODS, TAPE PLAYERS
,, and TYPEWRITERS. GIFTS FOR ALL AGES
When Christnas comes, if youdon't wish to pay the entire TYEAlT EOLE
balance, we can transfer what is left to our monthly and ALLAPEOPLE
payment plan with the AND ALL AVAILABLE ON ONE MONTHLY PAYMENT
FIRST PAYMENT NOT DUE TILL FEBRUARY, 1972 STARTING IN FEBRUARY, 1972
Shop Your Western Auto Store
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
14 Cu. Ft. Two-Door
* "Frost-Free 14" never a
sign of frost. Not in the re-
frigerator. Not in the freezer
* 121-Lb. Freezer-with full
width door shelf Full Width,
Full Depth Shelves-provide .
storage to every corner. Spe-
cial 2-Position Shelf is adjust-
able Full Width Vegetable
Crisper-holds % bushel of
vegetables PLUS: Built-In
Egg Storage, Butter Keeper
Magnetic Door Gas.Kets
ae COLORS: Coppertan or
We Thank You
for the many years of fine business we have
had in Port St. Joe.
To show our apprecia-
tion, we are offering these and many other
outstanding savings to you.
These Three Days With All
Participating Merchants for
In Free GIFT CERTIFICATES
No Purchase Necessary. Registration Limited to
Persons 18 Years of Age or Over or Married
4-Piece Spanish Styling Dbl. Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Bed
Bedroom Suite $189.00
Quilt Tops by Jamison Reg. $44.50 Piece
Box Springs or
We finance Our Own Accounts
0* Complete Cycles 8 Water Temp. Settings
SELEMIO CLOTH I:DRYE ......... 00
Selection of Large
36" TABLE LAMPS
sale price $8-.0
Come Early While the Selection Is Good
Heavy Vinyl Covers
SOFA and CHAIR
- I ~
SUPPLEMENT TO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla., Thurs., Sept. 30, 1971
the Christmas card
S that is "you"?
for personalized ,,
Christmas cards .
There's no need to run al er town, from store to
store, thumbing through album after album, trying to '\
findtihe right Christmas cardfor yourself. Masterpiece 4
has hundreds of top-quality cards available for name.
imprinting-from traditional to religious to whimsical
cards, and cards that are "Now". Masterpiece cards
c range from beautifully simple to very elaborate, and
from budget-priced to uxwry-da"ss.
Save yourself time, trouble and money by looking
through the Masterpiece albums first. Besides finding
S "jst the card you want, you'll get a big plus in
Masterpiece's 49-year tradition of fine service. Your
cards will be delivered to you perfectly imprinted,
any time you specify, for your convenience in ad-
dressing and mailing.
Make your selection early
Avoid the rush. Stop in today and browse through a
wonderland ofbeautiful Masterpiece Christmas cards.
Select the perfect card for yourself-the one that is
"you"-at your leisure.
S & Now showing
M ASTIC RIEp
Sthe world's most jbeautifutil Christmas cards
SUPPLEMENT TO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla., Thurs., Sept. 30, 1971
YOUR OLD APPLIANCE IS
GOOD for $100.00 TRADE
On Any Hotpoint Auto. Washer, Electric Range, Refrigerator
On Your Old TV on Any
Zenith or Motorola
A lot more than just a chair!
multi-position comfort, smart
carefree cover. Sale savings!
Smartly covered in Uniroyal
Naugahyde, so stains just don't
E- FREE -
Mattress and Box Spring Set
With Purchase of Each Bedroom Group
KENNEDY ELECTRIC& REFRIGERATION
232 REID AVENUE HOTPOINT ZENITH MOTOROLA PHONE 227-8331
I--I Is Lls~l~s~Y L- I ~ I I
"KEEP YOUR EYE ON COSTIN'S"
Port St. Joe, Florida
* OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL FASHION
FAVORITES FOR MISSES, HALF SIZES
SJ PRICES STARTING AS LOW AS
$13.50 FOR MISSES
WHILE THEY LAST! .
We Still Have Our Summer Shoes Reduced to
HAL F PR ICE
BUY NOW AND SAVE!
We're Open ALL DAY
for Your Shopping
One Size Fits All
I, SA E!
1 I )
ON SALE NOW AT
and WALL ACCESSORIES
New Shipment of
HIDE A BEDS
All Styles 20% OFF
FREE WITH A $100.00 PURCHASE
41 Piece Set Glassware
ONE PER CUSTOMER PLEASE
Pmm SUPER U
Name Brands such as. .
GAF Floor Covering
Assorted Sizes, Colors and Styles
9 x 12 Reg. $89.95
Now Only $50.00
with $20.00 Purchase
ONE LARGE ARTIFICIAL
Reg. Price $439.95 225.00
Reduced to Sell at $ 5.....-.-.....
Reduced to Sell
Now Only $2.'95
For 30 yea
SPREADS Roche's has sold and
at S10.00 serviced Frigidaire
N M& Appliances
Shop Roche s
for QUALITY MERCHANDISE
at BARGAIN PRICES
Now,: We Sell and Service.
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Roche's Furniture and Appliance Store
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1* PONE 227,5271l
209 aBn, AVENUE.