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\PORT JOE, FLORIDA 32456 Wednesday, December 29, 1971
Ordinance Is Introduced to
Allow Sale of Certificates
It may not look like it, but the picture above
was taken about six miles north of Overstreet in
what was' a pine/and scrub oak forest two years
ago. Although. it mn'a look like Texas or Okla-
homa, it is really a feed lot operation being con-
ducted by Gulf Timnbrlands. :
This particular feeding operation Hay ,approx-
imately 1,057 yearling steers on abObt 200
acre plot of lush grasslands. The operqtio, 'un--
der the direction ofVS. A. Barrett, Jr., hbsldther :
adjacent field- for feeding when the grs In'
this particular field began to get sp e.i
Gulf Timberlafds, whidh original ,pidchas-
Gl 11 be
ed the property to grow pine trees, has this year
.converted to the feed lot-operation, where they
graze yearlings in the winer months and are
'paid so much a' pound for each pound the-ibeef
increases. These particular steers are owned by
the Gold Kist Corporation and are the first herd
to be placed on the pastures in what promises to
be a new industry for Gulf County.
In addition to the Gulf Timberlands operaton,
another feed lot facility is being 'prepared inf'the
Willis Landing and Sauls Creek areas by% MK
Ranches, Incorporated, and will be in operation
by next spring. -Star po6to
Sharks Dominate Honorary
Foot S Jeii m Se acfiOnse
i -t .
Five of Port St...Joe 's st.a Lin.ebacker Jim Faison was a fense and two on defe .
.champion. Sharks fboibail squa
received the .honon o0 be i
-. named to the All-State team1,
" Monday of this week. Four Shar
t were placed on the 'firit tea
Sand a, fifth member on 'the, I
bnd string. '
STackle Rodney. Nobls
placed on the offensive t
and linebacker Archie Shac
c ford, and backs Perry Adl
and,Steve Atchison were. naIa
to the defensive. team.. ,u ,
choice for the second team. ? Selected for offensive h rs
This was the largest number of, were tackle Rodney. Nobles,,; n-
41players the Sharks have placed 'er Steve Hattalkay and bac Ar-
'on the All-State team in a sin-. chief Shackeford. '
gle season. -
-.. Defensive standouts' selected
The Sharks also dominated i "
'the Tallahassee Democrat's All were lineba k Ji; o and
Big. Bend team, which is back Steve Atthison.' ,. *
made.up of all teams in the Big The Democrat also .seleted'
Bend, regardless of school size, P ,t .Joe. coach
n il ,... Port'St. Joe a coach: Wayne.. ay
iThe Sharks placed five -mem.- lor to ; receive "Cdach of:.jthd
h bers on the team; three on of- Year" honors. -
The Christmas spirit was displayed by a
group of Bradenton men last Thursday at they
gathered up food, toys, Christmas trees, candy
and fruit cake and brought it to Port St. Joe to
give to those who might not have a merry Christ-
The leader of the group, A. D. Phillips, said
members of his group,' the Suncoast Search and
Rescue Squadron, read in the papers of the bleak
Christngas faced by strikers of St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, sp they went to work, gathered up "Christ-
mas", loaded it into their trucks and headed for
Port St. Joe.
to Port St. Joe
The three truck loads of food and goodies_
were turned over to Police Chief H. W. Griffin
and Port St. Joe 'Jaycees President Milo Smith,
to see that it was distributed where it was needed
most. In addition, the good samaritans brought
along $100.00 as a gift to those wlho might need
Shown in the photo above are, left to right:
H. W. Griffin, Hugh Twiggs of Bradenton, A. D.
Phillips, Bradenton, Jim Clark, Palmetto, William
Lescheck, Bradenton, Bob Eib, Bradenton and
The Port St.-Joe City Commis-
sion' introduced an Ordinance
last Tuesday to issue $8 million
in revenue certificates to finance
the construction, of the new
waste water treatment plant
which will. be built in Port St.
Joe in 1972. The plant will treat
waste water from the, City
'sewer system, the St. Joe :Paper
Company and Glidden Durkee
Division of 'SCM -Corporation to
comply with, state pollution -con-
The revenue certificate 'ordin-
ance was read for the first time
Tuesday and will be finalized at
the January 18 meeting of the
The issue authorizes up to $8
million worth of certificates,
with the certificates to be sold
as the money is needed in con-
struction work. Repayment will
Mrs. Graham Is
Taken by Death
Mrs. Peal ,Kinard Graham,j
'age 87, passed away at 6:00 a.m.
-unday at her home at 522 4thi
Mrs. Graham is survived by
iwo son6, F iapk Graham, Blounts-
town and W* ter Graham of Port.
St. Joe; foui'daughters, Mrs. Al-
-lie Willipms of Vernon, Mrs..
Pearl Marlow of Knoxville, Ten.,'
Mrs. Mamie Pitts of Blounts-:
town and Mrs. Maggie Berrier
of Jacksonville; .29 grandchbil-
r,54. g grandchildren;
A lWfth iX, fack' Kinard of
e4 tw sisters, Mrs. Minnie
&' iiv ,of .inard- and -Mrs. Lil-
ik~Jn of Plain' City.
'. Fim[eral servicess were held at'
,4306.1i.1. Monday from the High-
'n'j iView' BaptiSt Church con-
duced' by Rev. William N. Ste-
O (tieib pastor. Interment follow-
ed jilthe family plot of Clarks-
Sevires were Under the direc-"
'iiouif Comforter Funeral Home..
lor January 5
Talks are scheduled to begin
'again in the five-month-old strike
-against St. Joe Paper Company
: 'bnh Wednesday,. January -5, : ac-
cording: to L. L Copenhaver, In-,
,dustrial. Relations.~ manager for
S,tL Joe !Paper Comnlany.
Copenhaver said he has been.
otified by Leland, Dean, Federal -
Mediator, that he is calling a
\-meeting for that date to try
\,nce again to reach an agree-
Mrs. Rosie Anderson, age 82,
a resident of St. Joe Beach, died
Saturday, December 25 at 3:05
p.m. in Municipal Hospital.
Mrs. Anderson is survived by
three sons, Lester Anderson of
Vernon, Robert Anderson of New'
Jersey and Morgan Anderson of.
Baton Rouge, La.; four daughters
Mrs. Eva Yose and Mrs. Eula
Dege both of New Jersey, Mrs.
Dessie McComb and Mrs. Vic-
toria Albritton both of Port St.
Joe; a brother, Clote Mitchell of
Caryville; 13 'grandchildren; 19'
Funeral services were held at
1:00 p.m. Tuesday from New
Hope Baptist Church conducted
by Rev. T. A. Green and assisted
by Rev. Bill Smith. Interment
followed in the family plot of
New Hope Cemetery- near Ver-
Services were under the di-
rection of Comforter Funeral
be guaranteed from revenues ;
charged users of the system with!
no encumbrdnce on the part of
the City of Port St. Joe. Use
charges will be made on rate of '
flow into the plant, with St. Joe
Paper scheduled to pay about
96% of the costs and the remain-
der divided': about equally be-.'
tween the qity and Glidden.
The revenue certificates will
provide temporary financing as
: the City has applied for and is
expecting up to a; 5E grant
from the Fqderal government on
the project' The remainder will
be financed jy a state bond 'issde
being drawin up for such pr*o-'.
jects throughout .-the State of
Florida. All of this, however, is
some two years away and the
plant must be -in operation by
1973 to coipply with state orders.
Bids are scheduled to be let
on the treatment plant about the
middle of January with a icon-
tract to be awarded approximate-
ly 30 'days later.
Itenis. of Business
. Other items of business taken
care of Tuesday, included: .
Agreement with, the Gulf
County; S41o6ol Board f6r' an' Iun-,
derground utility -easement on
the North and Northeast boun-
daries of the Washingtdn HUigh
School property to carry utli,-
tie's serving the 'Mllview Addi-
'tion, Unit 3 subdivision. "
,. *.Signed the completed tri-
partite agreement for responsi-';
bility anA us' of' the nbw waste
water treatment plant between
the City," St. Joe Paper and Glid-
-- :" '- -""
Received a'letter from the
Eustis Chamber' of Commerce,
praisihg the people of Port St.
Joe,. for the hospitality shown
their people 1r jthe recent foot-
4i I- r foot
ball play-offs held here.
Awarded bids to National
Compactor Company of Jackson-
ville and Bracket Equipment Co.,
of Atlanta for 21 new garbage
e Sen.. Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson will bring his
campaign fo6 the Democratic presidential nomination to
Port St. Joe Wednesday, Jainuary 5.
The United States senator from the state of
Washington will greet local residents at the Port St. Joe
City, Hall Wednesday of next- week at 7. p.m., according
to local bupinesmnan Geoege G. Tapper, the candidate's
Gulf County campaign, chairman.
The general public is invited to come to the
City Hall and meet the presidential candidate.
Imi4diateiy before coming to Pot' St. Joe,
Sen. Jackson will vsit,Wewahitchka. Tapper, a former
state senator, will; meet ihe candidate in Wewahitchka,
and travel with him to Port St. Joe.
Upon leaving Port St. Joe, Sen. Jackson will
Sgto Apalachibo6a Muiihicip l airport, where he)will board
an. airplane fbr Tampa. A. large groip o4C Franklin
County supporters are:expected to meet thed candidate
''at the airport." .
Sen. Jacksoniiis the first presidtitial candidate i
to viit in Port St. Joe or Gulf County. -
Port St J e .
Patio Set Presented to Hospital
Mrs. Jean Atchison, Hospital Comptroller; by the Hospital Auxiliary. The Auxiliary n
Miss Minerva .McLane, Adoministrator :and nurse purchases of equipment for the institution
Jane (Smith relax on the hospital patio on new
patio furniture recently purchased and donated
funds derived from their.Thrift Shop operation
here in Port St. Joe. -Star photo
Pitts and Lee ansferred to Jackson County Jail
Wilbert Lee and Freddie Lee
Pitts, who have spent eight years
on Raiford's death row ai4 the
'past five months in the Gulf
County jail awaiting a new trial
were transferred to the Jackson
County jail this week.
The pair will face a Jackson
Free Pap Smear Tests Being Offered
The Gulf County Chapter of
the American Cancer Society is
offering free Pap smears Tues-
day, January 11 to be conducted
in the Gulf County Health De-
partment on Long Avenue. The
tests will be available from 9:00
a.m. until noon and from 1:00
until 4:00 p.m.
Carcinoma of the cervix is
completely curable if caught and
treated in the early stages. This
disease is the most common
cause of cancer in women.
The Gulf County Health De-
partment in cooperation with the
Division of Health and the
American Cancer Society is hold-
ing an initial procedure clinic
for all women at the Health De-
partment in Port St. Joe on Tues-
day, January 11. Dr. Shirley
Simpson will conduct the clinic.
All women who have had ab-
normal Pap smears or those who
have not had a smear done in the
last year are urged to take ad-
vantage of this clinic.
County grand jury next month
for re-indictment after a Gulf
County indictment was thrown
out two weeks ago by Judge D.
R. Smith of Ocala, on a techni-
cality. If indicted, the pair face
trial for first degree murder
probably in February.
The two are charged with the
1963 murder of Grover Floyd
'and Jesse Burkett.
In another aspect of the long
drawn out case, Governor Reu-
bin Askew granted permission
last week allowing Dade County
Public Defender Phillip A. Hub-
bart to serve as defense counsel
in the case. Judge Smith ques-
tioned the legality of Hubbart's
action in the case since he is an
elected official of Dade County.
Hubbart asked Governor Askew
to allow him to serve
Feed Lots Go to Operation
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Pat St. JOe, Florid. Wgdausdey, D.cu,~ll.r 29, 1971
End of Year
S- -With the end of another year, we are beginning to
see the usual resumes of last year and what it had to of-
fer us. Here in Port St. 'Joe it offered us an economic
kick in the pants with the crippling five-month-old strike
against St. Joe Paper Company. But all is not as bleak
as it. could be. Five months ago, if we had been asked,
"Can the economic community of Port St. Joe survive a
five month strike at St. Joe Paper and remain reasonably
intact?" we would have had to reply, "No way". But,
mostly, we are all here.
We are now reading in the dailies that the war on
:inflation is won, with credit given to President Nixon's
wage and. price freeze for slowing the rate of inflation to
the three percent which was logged' for 1971. This is
good news-the reduction in the rate of inflation-but it
doesn't necessarily mean that the war against inflation
has been won. It could possibly mean that only this partic-
ular battle has been won, with much of the war still to be
On the very next page one column, we read where
economists predict a boom year for 1972, with every
phase of the economy to pick up, again giving the credit
to the price, wage manipulation. This is good news to
all who must earn their living each week. On the other
hand, such predictions fortell of the greatest enemy to the
stabilization of inflation. Booms are caused by demand on
production; so is inflation.
Looking closer to home, we can see a boom year for
Port St. Joe, if we can only use a little common sense and
settle this nagging paper mill strike.
The 'St. Joe' Paper Company has committed itself to
a major construction program to cover a span of four or
five years. The City of Port St. Joe is embarking on an
.$8 million waste water treatment plant to serve the city
and industry within the next month. All of this construc-
tion means jobs. These extra jobs along with our regular
jobs can mean a banner year for Port St. Joe. We can
Senator Henry M. Jackson, Democrat of Washington,
will visit in Port St. Joe next Wednesday evening, so we
thought. you might like to know a little about him and
what-his chances are in securing the Democratic nomi-
The Senator has been known since childhood by the
nickname of Scoop. Like other nicknames, it was given
innocently enough by his older sister, Gertrude, because
her little brother reminded her of a character in a cartoon
strip that the bore the name Scoop-Cub Reporter.
The comic strip started its existence on the front page
of "The Everett Herald" in Washington on March 12, 1912,
two months before the Senator was born. His sister said
she thought that he had the same initiative and inquisitive
znatiure as Scoop, the Cub Reporter in the cartoon.
Henry M. Jackson has represented his State in Wash-
ington, D. C., for thirty years, 12 in the House of Repre-
sentatives and 18 in the Senate. His initiative this year
has emboldened him to plan to seek the Presidency of the
It would be an enormous scoop if he could bring it
off. Out in front of him in the Democratic race are Sen-
ator Edmund S. Muskie of Maine and Senator Edward M.
Kennedy of Massachusetts. Senator Jackson has given no
hostages to the left or right, but he does have some pow-
erful friends, including organized labor. He is very much
his own man. Management also thinks highly of him.
He has a wife and two children. His Wife, Helen, re-
minds people of race Kelly, Princess of Monaco. That
should be no hindrance to his chances. Senator, Jackson
also understands the need for a strong national defense,
and has no illusions about Communist intentions. That
should not hurt him with the silent majority.
Back to the Cave?
Human progress has been measured in many ways.
None is more striking than that of"N. W. Freeman, chief
executive of a large international business organization.
Referring t0- a popular book by Alvin' Toffler, Mr.-
Freeman, in the course of a recent address to an engineer-
ing group, notes that, "Ninety percent of all the scientists
who ever lived are alive now. If you divided man's latest
history into. 800 lifetimes, you'd find that the first 650
spent their lives in caves. Only the last six saw a printed
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
'Thanks to the feverish activi- -
ty bf -ambitious promoters, Flor-
ida's natural beauty spots are
fast disappearing. Years of ad-
vertising and promotion on the
part of chambers of commerce
have told far and wide the
charm, beauty and-advantages of
Young and old were urged to
come and make their homes in
Florida, the land of limitless op-
portunity,._truely a land of en-
chantment, where happiness and
contentment awaited the visitor
and homeseeker. A land where
tropical trees and flowers were
to be. found in abundance; where
air and water were clean and
pure; where a warm sun dancedl
joyfully on the turquoise waters
and glistening white sands of
Published Every Thursday at 306 WillIams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSE Editor and Publisher
*Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter. Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FOIDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., $2.25 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommisslons in advertisements, the publishers.
do not hold themselves liable for damage further thab amount received for such
The spoken word Is given spant attention; the printed words to thougbtll
weighed. The epoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con.
dices. The spoke word Is loat; the printed word remains.
._ :a.: ..Ml ^ ^ '.r_-- _. ..- IIIIIIM
word. Only the last four could precisely measure time.
Only the last two used an electric motor it wasn't so
very long ago that man was living in caves. And if 'zero
growth' or 'the steady state' were the watch-words at that
time, we might still be there."
More to the point, if we turn our back on science and
/scientific progress in the face of a rising population, man
could once again easily find himself living in caves-if
he could find enough caves in which to live.
countless beaches. Palms waved
their constant welcome; a green
thumber's paradise where fruits,
flowers and vegetables could be
grown the year 'round. Where
almost every variety of fish a-
waited the sportsman. Whatever
your heart desired, Florida had
it in quantity.
Millions responded. The song
of the bulldozer was heard
throughout the land. To accom-
modate the advancing herd, pro-
moters and builders turned
thousands of acres of so-called
wastelands into thriving com-
munities. Tiny fishing villages
quickly became metropolitan
areas. Cities expanded so rapid-
ly that the construction of neces-
sary facilities and service was
dififcult to provide. Sewage be-
came a problem. Trash and gar-
bage became a problem. Roads
and highways became a problem.
Schools and hospitals became ,a
problem and taxes to finance
such rapid growth became a pro-
Older areas of towns and cities
became slums. Birds and other
forms of wild life fled in panic.
Erosion destroyed many beauti-
ful beaches and seawalls replac-
ed glistening white sand beaches.
Hotels and high-rise apartments
crowded ever closer to natural
water lines. Dredging destroyed
the breeding grounds of every
variety of sea life.
While the famous Gold Coast
was experiencing its growth and
development, residents of the
charming town of Naples on the
lower west coast watched in
ed of making Naples another
Miami Beach, a group of more
serious minded residents banded
together to save Naples from
such a fate.
They formed an active group
they named The Collier County
Conservancy. They were deter-
mined to save the natural beau-
ty and environment of Naples
Florida's 67 county school sys-
tems will share $50.8 million this
month for transportation, teachers
salaries, educational improvement
and other expenses, Comptroller
Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson said to-
The monthly distribution is the
state's share of funds for operation
of public schools, grades kinder-
garten through twelfth.
The Comptroller said $48 mil-
lion of the support money is pro-
vided by the state Minimum Foun-
dation Program, the legislative
formula for funding the K-12 pro-
gram, and $2.7 million in sales tax
funds especially earmarked for
Gulf County will receive $112,
242.00 for the month of Decem-
ber, the county received $115,166
in December of last year
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol predicted today
that 30 persons may die in traffic
crashes during the New Year's
Patrol Director, Colonel Reid
Clifton said, "Alcohol and speed
action to these ends, has selected
are expected to contribute to
many of the traffic deaths. If you
plan to attend a New Year's party,
don't attempt to drive away if
you are under the influence of
intoxicants which could lead to
Clifton urged hosts to have non-
alcoholic beverages on hand for
drivers or help make arrangements
for transportation for those who
might be drinking.
The New Year's Holiday begins
Thursday, December 30, at 6:00
P.M., and ends Sunday, January 2,
at midnight. If the Patrol's predic-
tion, is correct, one person will die
every two and. one-half hours dur-
ing the 78-hour period.
The Patrol plans to use all avail-
able troopers, auxiliarymen, air-
craft ,radar, VASCAR, and un-
marked patrol cars in an effort to
combat the expected highway
Colonel Clifton concluded by
urging drivers to "keep the bottle
and the throttle separated and AR-
RIVE ALIVE, as this is our last
stand to hold down traffic deaths
horror. While some still dream-
and the surrounding area.
When it was learned that a
group of developers planned to
turn a local bay and rookery in-
to a giant subdivision and build
a city of 30,000 homes they got
busy. Residents of Naples raised
money enough to purchase the
site and keep it out of the hands
-of developers. They rescued
some 4,000 acres and invested
$450,000, but felt it was worth-
while. Tropical birds still roost
and game fish Rookery Bay still
retain their homes thanks to the
enterprise and determination of
the people of Naples and the ci-
tizens of the community.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DR. EDWARD R. SCRUGGS, Interim Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 5:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE----- ........ 6:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION _...... 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
'THE $TAP. Port St. Joe, Florf WdedaDoelke 9,17
We read and observe where the long haired male
is going out of style. Slowly, but surely, the shorter
hair style is coming backs into being after a couple of
years (seems like more) of boys with long, scraggly hair.,
They say there is some good in everything, and after
tolerating the long hairs for this long, we find now there
was a practical use for the flowing locks. Scientists say
the long hair muffles noise pollution and has probably
kept many a young man from going deaf listening to the
blaring hard rock music which went along hand in hand
with the long hair.
They say squirrels grow a thicker coat in the win-
ter, the birds instinctively migrate to a warmer climate
and back to where they came from at the proper time.
Trees don't try to put out new growth before the last
cold weather is gone and a groundhog doesn't come out
of his burrow before winter is over.
Maybe the long hair was an instinct to protect the
precious ears. The hard rock music is on the way out
too, just a step ahead of the long hair.
Christmas has come and gone and I had a time buy-
ing toys for,the grandsons that were approved and safe
with no cutting or sharp edges to damage the recipients.
It's a hard job trying to find something'a kid can't get
Michael can surely fall out of his wagon. Richard
can poke a Lincoln Log down his throat or in his eye,
and Stephen could probably hurt himself on the smoking
diesel truck he received. There were other toys around
that can probably injure. About the only thing we know
to do in this dangerous toy proposition is to buy them each
a straight jacket and wrap them up in it. This is about
the only way we know of keeping an active young boy
(or girl) from getting hurt in anything he does.
Mothers might go along with that suggestion at
My wife got a "dangerous toy" for Christmas. She
received a wheelbarrow under the Christmas tree. That's
a very dangerous toy 'and I plan to do my best to stay as
far away from that thing as I possibly can.
There's nothing more dangerous than something to
President Nixon called Prime Minister Heath of
Great Britain and wished him a "Merry Christmas" over
the holidays. That was a nice gesture after the Presi-
dent told him the week before that what the U. S. owed
him was worth nearly eight per cent less than the day
Speaking of calling greetings Sunday afternoon,
Frenchie and I called sister and brother-in-law in St. Paul,
Minnesota to wish them well. Yankee brother-in-law an-
swered the phone and I said, "George,. do you know who
this is?" "No, I don't", he said, "But I know it's some-
body from down South". I didn't know' I had that much
of a drawl. We caught all of the Francours at home.
They told us it was 10 degrees above zero and blowing in
St. Paul Sunday afternoon when it was a balmy sun-
shiny 75 degrees here in Port St. Joe.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida Wednesday, December 29, 1971
: Wednesday Night Ladies League team with a 442 series.
Florida Bank maintained their Williams Alley Kats won three
hold on first place in the league games from St. Joe Kraft. Eleanor
- by winning all four games from'Williams had a 491 series to lead
St. Joe Furniture. Lois Smith'the Kats. Ruby Lucas was high for
rolled a 551 series and had 'a 212'Kraft with a 491 series.
game to lead the Bank. Opal How- Shirt and Trophy took four
ard kwas high for the Furniture games from Sears. Patsy Cooley led
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the Shirt and Trophy team with'
a 432 series. Lou Mock was high
for Sears with a 333 series.
Comforter's won three games
from the Stevedores with Bertha
Clayton leading the way with a
445 series. Dot Barlow led the
Stevedores with a 427 series.
Standings W L
Florida Bank ---- 35 17
Williams Alley Kats -- 30% 21%
St. Joe Kraft 30% 21%
Shirt and Trophy -- 30 22
St. Joe Furniture -- 29% 22%
St. Joe Stevedores -- 27% 20%
Comforter's ---- 21 31
Sears No. 2 ---------0 48
The Mixed. League met Saturday,
December 4 and saw Joe Padgett's
No. 1 team take all four points
from/ St .Joe Lanes. Maxine Smith
did some fine rolling for the lanes
with her 179 and 175 games and
483 series. Stewart Lyle paced the
men of the Lanes with his 189 and
450. Ola Jean Silva was doing
things right for the ladies on No.
,1 bringing in games of 175 and
177 and a 505 series. Robert Mont-
gomery topped the fellows 'with
his 201 and 180 games and 549 to-
St. Joe Motor Company and But-
ler's came up a draw with two
games each. Bob Heacock racked
Up 171, 173 and 189 for a 533 ser-
ies for the Motor Co. Peggy Hea-
cock helped with her 147. Leon
Pollock had a 176 game. For But-
ler's, Larry Parrish managed a 163.
Sue Parrish and Connie Ross back-
ed him up with their high games
of 154 and 137 respectively.
Miller's Gulf Service was left
holding an empty bag as No. 2
team took all four games on alleys
5 and 6. Cecelia Colvin paced the
girls with a 142, 149 and 148 for
a 439 total. Joe Davis was high
for the group at 209 game and 519
sereis. For Miller's, Doug Hicks'
150, 152; 146 aid 448 total was
best. Diane Varnes' 116 game and
312 series was tops for the fem-
Buddy and Martha Ward were
working for 13 Mile Oyster Com-
pany as they added *four more
game to their mounting total, tak-
ing them from the No. 6 team.
Buddy was dieng ,evertyhing right,
making his 191, 172 and 204 games
add up to a 567 series. Martha ad-
ded her 160 and 508. Oddys Hicks
had a 151 game and 397 total. Jim-
my Hicks rolled a 158 game and
347 total for No. 6 team.
Last Saturday 13 Mile Oyster Co.,
continued their winning' streak by
taking four games from St. Joe
Motor Co. Bob Heacock led for the
* 1% -
at the lo
I Ia ob
S \ usir
s71 e 18a
od savefor a
st of keeping
ove and below 7508
ng any type fuel. /
Motor Company bringing in his
172 and 176 games and '485 total.
Wayne Ward paced 13 Mile with
175, 184 and 170 for a 529 total.
Donna Ward added her high of a
173. Martha Ward's 459 series help-
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Team No. 2
continuing their winning streak
also. making the race to the top
an even tighter battle by taking
four from St. Joe Lanes. Maxine
Smith out-rolled her husband
bringing in a 159 with a 433 total
for the Lanes. Joy Davis' 191 and
172 helped her 504 total and Jer-
ry Colvin's 193 game was tops for
Team No. 6 took three leaving
Butler's Restaurant one on lanes 5
and 6. Jimmy Hicks racked up
177 and 163 games and a 476 total
for Team No. 6. Oddye Hicks help-
ed him out with her 136 game and
367 total. For .Butler's, Ron and
Connie Ross were on top. Ron had
a 166 game and 438 series. Connie
threw a 136 game and 362 series.
Team No. 1 captured three from
Miller's Gulf Service. In the lead
for Miller's was Zella Hicks with
a 121 game and 308 series and
Doug Hicks' 150 game and 396 ser-
ies. The big bowlers for Team No.
1 were Ola Jean Silva's 192 game
and 499 series and Joe Padgett's
197 and 178 games and 521 series.
Howard P. Eells Retires As
President of Basic, Inc.
Basic Incorporated announced to-
day that Howard P. Eells, Jr., had
retired as Chairman of its Board of
Directors. He had served as its Pre-
sident and Chief Executive Officer
from 1919 to the end of 1965 and
as Chairman of its Board since that
time. He will continue as a Direc-
tor and as a Consultant to the Com-
The interest of the Eells family
in Basic dates from 1909, when Mr.
Eells' father acquired a substantial
interest in the business. Mr. Eells
himself has been continuously con-
nected with it since 1916, except
for his active military service on
the Mexican Border and overseas
in the American Expeditionary
Forces during the first World War.
During that period, Basic has
steadily progressed to a leading
position in refractories that it pre-
In behalf of the Government and
as its contribution to the country's
defense in 1962, the company pro-
jected, designed and brought into
successful production an $150,000,!
000 undertaking for the manufac-
fure of magnesium metal from its
"Midget Investments With
Nevada ores. ceramic products and is active in
Basic manufactures and sells re- exploring for ore fundamental to
factory, chemical ,electronic and its manufacturing operations.
#irvwa ,ItqqtbeAw Neart
KILPATRICK FUNERAL HOME
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Di E ARMEN- T .E
PAGE FOU3 mm STAR. Pift R. Joe. p~sqI Wgdn.,day, December 29, 1971
Cannon- Wimberly Wedding
Solemnized On November 6
Miss Connie Marie Canno
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er
mett Cannon, all of Wewabitchi
and .Jphn' Wayne Wimberly, -s
of -Mr. and I9 J. Y. Wimber
of White City, exchanged vow
at 7:0 p.m. November 6 intj
Whitd' City Baptist Churcel. TI
Rev. Jack Jamison officiated
the' double ring candlelight de
Mrs.. Eloise Harper, organism
presented a program of trai
)n, tional wedding music, and ae- The bride's honor' attendant,
m. companies Mrs. Jamison, soloist. Elwanda Hamm6nd, was attired
ka Te .., .im a.- in a semi formal blue gown with
o The nride, given in marriage.long lace sleeves, and carried
by i er father, Emmtt Cannon, small white carnatio bouquet
ws as gowned in, semi-formin at-' with rainbow ribbon streamers.
S tire. The ,all over lace dress with '
he long sleeves, and flowing Ebow,. Eric Hammoind, Sr., served
- Just below the shoulder le-gth the bridegroom, as best man.
Sveil was accented by a pearlized Donixe, Harcus, and Mike Wim-
er" flower headpiece. Her wedding' berly,- the bridegroom's broth-
bouquet W.as composed of white. .ers, were ushers.
st, carnations with a shower of rain- Mrs. Cannon, mother of the
di- bow colored satin ribbons. N. #bride, chose for the occasion a
JIMMY'S PHILUP'S "66"
,Dilue dress suit and the bride-
groom's'7motheir w attied in' a-"
'yellow-gofd dress suit Both wore
Following the wedding cere-
mony, a reception .was held in
the, social hall oF the church
with Mrs. D. Harcus as hostess.
Greeting the guests-, were th,.-
bride's cousins, Miss Shirley Cai-
lnon and Miss Pat Arnstront;
who ,also kept the bride's bool.
Mrs.. Harcus, Mrs. Harper,.
"id Mrs. APterson presided, al
te bride's' ible.
The bride 'wore her wedding
dress on their honeymoon 'rip
to Macon, Ga. The couple is ow
at home to their friends in
December 31 D
"December 31, 1971, is the dead-. cil Security Field Rep:esentative
line for filing Medicare claimi for nfor fruiilf Contv .aid t av "Th'
ff you've priced Mediterranean styTed bed-
room suites, then you know this Villa Oak
finished group is a truly fabulous buy. You'll
love the bold massive lines, the antiqued
brass hardware, the exquisite design over-
lavs on drawer fronts, plus protective tops
of mar, stain and scratch resistant plastic.
Construction is excellent quality too with
center-guided, dust-proofed drawers. With
this suite you really get so much in beauty
and quality for so very little.
Many Other Items Greatly, Reuced for This Event
ne for Medicare Claims
ed by Medicare as well as ser-
medical services received from law sets this' deadline :or paying laims are filed on"Reuest for of this area should all Panama
October 1, 1969, through Septem- medical insurance clah s 'and it. laimsre on quesor
her 30, 1970," David Robinson, So- applies to medical supplies cover- !Medicare Pyment" .forms which City office by dialing "and ask
/ are available at most doctors' of- ing for WX-4444. The office is lo.
: : ; '. fices and at, any social security of- cated at 1316 Harrison Ave. ,and
.arnA 'f" l. ;,UIS InMA S I" K ... AJd., fice. After. the form. is filled out, is open Monday through Friday
Sjeo UU LlVUlUenan James I. enneWv -. itshou4 'be 'sent 1. Medicare Blue from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except
-'0 P. ;sK''. L-- s .s .. on national holidays. The office
SgAV or ing ShieldfFlorida, P. Box 2525, will be closed on Friday, December
eives arywin Aviacsonville, Fla. 32303,obinson 31,whichisa national holiday.
FT. RUCKER, ALA1Army Se ,. .
ond Lieutenant Jamesl C. Kennedy, EI.,.,.. L. A
Army offers A 27,' son of Mr.gand Mrs. Talnadg 'II IUagement of Lynn Annl Westle rry
Kennedy, 122 Second ve., Port SL A .
Unique Service Joe, recently compiled officer And James B Stattord Jr. Tol
rotary *ing aviator co rse and r, Si ': am S f r r T
SCaptfin R tit Trentafr- of the ivev a the.S wArn .aia Msn' ,pd Mrs. Cey Lee West- ter, Lynn Ann, to James B. Staf-
Panama City Caipof The Saiva-chl, Ft. Rucker, a. berry Jacksdtville, announce ford, Jr., of Port St. Joe.
tioq Aymy providedthe program to .the nggemen f their daugh-
the Ki anis Club*, Tiieday telling He began his 32 w eks of in- t Miss Westberjy is a graduAte
of som of the service offered vy struction with 16 weeks! oprelim- of Terry Parker High School of
the Ar* y in this are; "' mnary training at the I. ,, Army. Jacksonville. She is pow attend-
"We offer a "service no other primary helicopter school, t. WoV' ing, Florida Junior"College and
rgani tion does","aptain Tren- ters, Teas.a e rema ninalso working at the Childrd#'s
ton em hasized, pointing out that weeks of training we `4Guidance Clinic,. '
the Ar y gives immeiiate aid to ati Rci'ker, where he James B. Stafford, Jr., is the
tide th se over who aie in trouble tacticaflying, airraft son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ben-
until piper work can be processed ma a ei ton Stafford of Port,:St. Joe. He
by other agencies which offer long s aeal s es techniques. e e f is a graduate of Gordon Military
term help. 'r tec e. .School. He has attended t
The Japtain' said the Army is Lt. Kennedy entered the Army years at Gulf Coast Junior
in the business of helping people, in November 1969.' lee '
.... just returned fro a six
nations ,of +nrn4.'.v:',A..1'4r.''thAi .. i L r. .. .
nations o isonefl I.Jj UTfV*
"Midget Investments With
Miss Lynn Ana Westberry
month cruise in the Mediterran-
The wedding is planned for
February 19 in Jacksonville.
All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend.
2 Complete Cycles 3 Water Temp. Settings
C CLOS D $16900
ELECOOLTRI ES DRYER ". ...190
- Say You Saw ItIn The Star -
Cbmo/ete HoIe FurnishinAs...
FU-RN.T co r I C A D A O11 r
Free Delivery Within 100 Mile iadius .." L M l M 1 L *
Left Over Items... Odds and Ends... Drastic Reductions
J ENRICH YO HOME WITH THE m s
SPLENDOR OF 'IinERRA iEAl SZaTYL
1in. Villa Oak Finish
TL~~. .; if a I p". A. Mm
Mattress and $:
Box Spring J
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IMB STAIL Pai. JW-Je FWW
Wednesaay, Doc*m6r 29, 1971
I :, f 1 .1. .. ; :
I m JV 41AVUA'P.U .. -.-- .- -
viceS2, Vnr mnrp. infnrmation. rpc;idpntq'
.dt STAR. Poet St. Joe, Fie. 324M4 Wednesday, December 29, 1971
iasfD.' RICH and SONS' IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Georia Grade "A"
With $15.00 Order or More
1 doz EGGS
Regular Cans Cleanser
SK1LET DINNERS---reg. p-79
DOP FOOD- ---. 25 b. bag L $2.0. 1ij
Hunt'p No: 300 Cans I
TOMATO SAUCE--- ----- aps 49'q
[GA Bartlett No' 303Cans .,
PEAR HAL.VES -.--- 2 cans- 69c
[GA No. 303 Can
APPLE SAUCE ----.-- can
Van Camp :No. 2% Can
PORK and BEANS
--. .- can
AJAX DETERGENT --- 'pkg. 2k5
ONION S UP ----pk9 of2 37c
eATHROO. TISSUE --- 10 rotis 69c
LAUNDRY; BLEACH ----- % ga 29c
IGA Lnmit 2 Boxes
SALT B x5(
HUNT'S T.TO 14 l
SheperdGA Water Ground Made In Greensboro
Fine, Medium, Self Rising
24 OZ. BAG :
H='S TMAT0o 14 otde'
IGA With $10.00 'Order or More
[GA Twin Bag Pack.
TABLERITE BEEF FULL CUT
SIRLOIN STEAK ---------lb.
RUMP ROAST -------- ----lb.
Pork Neck Bones
FRYER BACKS 4
BRISKE $TEW_-- lbs. 8 8
i .. ;.'
- 2 W
Standard, No. 303 Cans Limi
Florida Grade "A"
With $5.00 Food Order Limit 2 tboz
S. IGA ORANGE --12 Oz. Cans'
Juice /Cans 9
BLACKEYEPEAS -- 24
A January 1
, .... ..
Ice Cream 59c
, CREAM CHEESE
' "* ** ..
8 oz. 33c
Kraft Miracle 6-Stick
MA-ROARINE .-_.- lb.
With $10.00 Food Order Plus Bottle Deposit Limit 3 Cartons
Tablerite Beef 'Tipg or STEAK
SIRLOIN ROAST ---------- b
T-BONE STEAKS -- _,lb. .
GROUND CHUCK -----.b.
B 0 L 0 G NA---------b. pkg.
Sunnyland, Copeland or Frosty Morn
WIENER S----- 12-oz.pkg.
CHUCK STEAK -------------b.
BACON -- ---- 3 lbs.
STRIP STEAKS ------------b. $1.98
- NOT STAMP PS Co
SLICING CUCUMBERS or Tender
LARGE GEORGIA RED
mpletely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
SAVE CASH AT RICWS .
SMAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
With $10.00 Order or More
With $10.00 Order or More
99 c ^
CHINA DOLL BLACKEYE
12 OUNCE PKG.
Get Your Hog Jowl Here to go
with your Blackeye Peas for
New Year's Dinner
I ~ce~-~ s ~- I I
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.": :, -.:,
q STA#.F Port .,e PI.a P 2456 Wednesday, December 29, 1971
MISS DEBBIE HAMM
Finalist In State
.Miss Debbie Hamm, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Benton Hamm'
of Port St. Joe was selected as
a finalist for the Miss Florida
Teen-ager Pageant on Sunday,
December 19 at the Jacksonville
Hilton Hotel.. *
Several' hundred girls from
over the state of Florida met
with judges in the Duval Room
from ten to four and 50 finalists
were' selected for- the siate pa-
geant to be -held in January. *
Girls were judged on beauty
of face, figure, poise and person-
ality, scholarship, community
service and leadership.
The Miss Florida, Teen-ager
Pageant will be held in Jackson-
ville on Saturday, January 29 at
the Hilton Hotel. The winner will.
participate in the Miss National
Teen-ager -pageant later in the
Lunch Room Menu,
Monday, January 3
Chili dog with bun, potato salad
on lettuce, eggs, celery, pepper,
green beans, peach cobbler.
Tuesday, January 4
Roast beef with noodles, on-!
ions, mustard greens, tomato and
lettuce salad, strawberry short-
cake, cornbread and butter.
Wednesday, January 5
Barbecued chicken, green peas,
coleslaw, oatmeal cookies, rolls
Thursday, January 6
Baked beanie wienie, whole po-
tatoes, chopped vegetable salad of
celery, lettuce, radishes, onions,
and peppers, coconut cake and
Friday, January 7
Hamburger steaks with gravy
and onions, Spanish rice, tomatoes,
cabbage, apple and raisin salad,
banana pudding and biscuits.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
In Re: Estate of
.NEVA H. CROXTON,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of Neva H. Croxton,
who died on November 20, 1971,
while a resident of' Gulf County,
Florida, are notified .hat they are
required to filM any claims or de-
mands that they may have against
her estate in the office of the
County Judge of Gulf County,
Florida, in the Courthouse at Port
St. Joe, Florida, within six calen-
dar months from the date of. the
first publication of this Notice.
Each claim or demand must be in
writing and filed in duplicate, and
must state the place of residence
and post office address of the
claimant and be sworn to be the
claimant, his agent or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
Dated this 13th day of Decem-
ber, A.D., 1971.
Executrix of the Estate of
NEVA H. CROXTON
First publication on December 22,
RISH and wrrMT
303 Fourth Street
?ort St. Joe, Florida 32456
attorneysy s for Executrix
Puts POCKETBOOKS Back In Shape With
,One Resolution You'll Be Able to Keep:
I ^ SAVE THRU '72 AT PIGGLY WIGGLY!
all year long Piggly Wijgly has the
[ freshest produce, finest meats, lowest every-
day shelf prices! Resolve to shop Piggly
Wiggly for a Happy New Yearl
Georgia Grade "A"
2 doz. $1.09
Georgia Grade "A"
2 doz. 99c
Summer Isle SLICED No. 2 Cans
3 LNG- No. V Cans
PARADE Compare at 79c SAVE 31c
MAYONNAISE ---- 32 oz. 48c
SUNSHINE Compare at 43c SAVE 10c
KRISPY CRACKERS ----16 oz. 33c
10% oz. CAMPBELL'S Compare at 13c SAVE 2c
TOMATO SOUP -----can 11c
29 Oz. Can Sugary Sam Yellow Label Compare at 33c SAVE 6c
SWEET POTATOES --- can 27c
15 Oz. Cans VAN CAMP Compare at 20c SAVE 20c
PORK and BEANS -- 6 cans $1.00
15 Daytime or 12 Overnight'Pampers Compare at 95c SAVE 7c
DISPOSABLE DIAPERS pkg. 88c
BAMA Compare at 24c SAVE 6c
APPLE JELLY ------ 10 oz. jar 18c
PAN SAUSAGE----- lb.
Comments received from conser
vationists, the State of Florida
and Federal agencies during re
view of the draft statement agreed
that serious environmental effect
would occur in the Alligator Har
bor- St. James Island reach of thi
project if contsruction were un
Preliminary studies and esti
mates indicate alternative route
would provide less protection to
navigation while having similar
adverse environmental impacts am
would not be economically feasible
at this time.
Study for Extension of IntracoastalI
Waterway By Corps of Engineers
MOBILE, ALABAMA, Colon'el being recommended because it- portant petroleum products distri- ing used for a field classroom by
Harry A. Griffith, Army District' would require considerable dredg- buting point. / Florida State University. Adverse
Engineer at Mobile, today announc- ing through Alligator Harbor, St. Most of the areas the proposed effects covered in the draft envir-
ed that further planing on the au- James Island, Ochlockonee Bay,; extension would have traversed, onmental statement prepared by
thorized 42-mile extension of the Ocelockonee Point and Apalachee the District Engineer said, are im- the Corps' Mobile District included
Gulf Intracoastal. Waterway from Bay. portant and vital habitat for fin. destruction of the grass bed nur-
Carrabell to St. Marks, has been The project would have assured fish and shell fish which are har- sery areas in Alligator Harber, tur-
terminated for environmental rea- anmall-weather channel wth a depth vested by commercial and sport bidities generated during construe-
sons. of 12 feet over a bottom width of fishermen. Alligator Harber is re- tion ,and operation of the project,
Colonel Griffith said that con- 125 feet. In 1970, 738,869 tons of cognized as a valuable ecological and alteration of the currents and
struction of this extension of the waterborne commerce were ac- area, high in both biological pro- salinity patterns in this unique
Gulf Intracoaatal. Wjterway is not I counted for at St. Marks, an im- ductivity and scientific value, be- embayment.
LOW, LOW, LOW
Prices Effective Dec. 29 thru Jan.1 -
Fresh Lean PORK
!Blue Ribbon 'Beef RUMP 'ROAST lb. $1.08
Sunnyland Economy Sliced
3 lbs. $1.69
ur Best ,
GROUND BEEF --------lb. 69c
GROUND CHUCK l-------b. 89c
STEW BEEF ---------b. 89c
BEEF VER ----------l b. 49c
CALF ER ----------lb. 79c
SALT ORK l------- b. 39c
Whole'and~ First Cut
SLAB BACON ---------b. 39c
SLAB BACON l-------b. 49c
HUNT-WESSON TOMATO-RAMA '72
SAVE $3 ON YOUR FOOD BUDGET
(See Details At Our Hunt-Wesson Display)
Hunt's Tomato--14 Oz.
Ketchup--4 for *UU
Hunt's Whole 29 Oz.
Tomatoes --- cn anO C
Hunt's Tomato-13 Oz. V ff
Paste ----3 cans 'Y C
Hunt's Special-15 Oz. M %
Tomato Sauce can y9c
Hunt's Tomato-15 Oz. (
Sauce -- 5 cans I.UU
All Flavors Hunt's Skillet
Skillet Dinners .-- 9c
HAPPY NEW YEAR SPECIAL! All Flavors SHASTA BOTTLE DRINKS __-- -----
SChina DoU Blackeye-12 Oz.
CHARMI'N white & asst. BATHROOM TISSUE 4 roll 43c
BV Gal. Parade Laundry
Giant Box Detergent
Giant Box Detergent Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
8 Oz. Country Style Pattie
Mrs. Filbert's 'Regular MARGARINE lb. 36c
18 Oz. McKenzie Froz. w/Roots
10 Lb. Bag Bound White
28 OUNCE BTIS.
Piggly Wiggly will
be Open All Day
NEW at Piggly Wiggly "All Pupose"
GREAT TASTE 18 67c
18 Oz. Ja
Health and Beauty Aids
All Varieties Breck-Save 31c
Shampoo --- 7 oz. 88c
1V/ oz. Anti-Perspirant-Save 35c
Ban Roil On -- btl. 74c
Hard to Hold VOS-Save 51c
Hair Spray -- 9 oz. 99c
Hair Tonic. 7 oz. 98c
Ironing Board Pad and Saxe 51c
Cover Set--- ---98c
Teflon Cover, Tuflex Pad
Soup Mix -_ 24 oz. 49c
Sea Pak Frozen Breaded
Shrimp -- 2 lb. $2.89
Sea Pak Frozen 2 Lb. Pkg.
Fish & Chips _- $1.39
Quick Stix Frozen
5 bags $1.00
The Veri-Best 'Produce
Fresh Slorida 5 Lb. Bag
Oranges ---- bag 39c
Apples -- Ilb. 25c
Fresh Green LB.
Potatoes 15 oz. 49c
Midget Investments with
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. $2484 Wednesday, December 29, 1971 PAGE SEVEN
L j. A2ricu ltura l Dam Wr i JIastrous to that giant industry. The for Biological Control, a worldwide
A g ricultural Departm ent W ork ng lady battle was so effective in at- organization to promote the deve-
tacking the pest that cottony- lopment of biological control, its
e cushion scale is hardly ever in- application in integrated control
T oM jurious to plants in Florida any programs and international cooper-
I Me E fLectII ves t CO It Er l longer. ation to these ends, has selected
the Division of Plant Industry and
We have plans on the drawing the University of Florida as coop-
Biological control of insect pests great deal of emphasis placed on gical controL other methods of manipulation of boards for a biological control unit rating agencies to help collect,
*has been used for many years and this method of control B l ca control is not a cure- the pest's environment. I to be built in Gainesville at our evaluate and disseminate informa-
we are hopeful that we can in- After the introduction of the a. s anoer o pes This is the concept of integrated Division of Plant Industry head- tion about biological control in
crease our efforts to use this ap- a. I or e control that we ate presently at- quarters. The Department of Na- Florida.
Spreach and phase out some of the chlorinated hydrocarbons such as trol. When it works, as in the era- tempting to develop. rtural Resources has approved re-
hrd pesticides being used today. DT, there was less emphasis ondicatiop of the screwworm in cat- b lo a e lo ra0tor he Division of Plant Industry will
e classic ach in bioli gical control sine the chemi- te, it is extremely effective, but A classic example of biological o the laboratory but the money act as a clearinghouse for most of
ie classical l approach in bioli.cd s o worked so well. The build up in most cases, biological control control was the introduction of thehas not been release southeastern U S in the in
giecal control is to rear and re- of resistance to the chemical, and does not totally solve a pest pro- lady beetle from Australia to at- has not been released by the southeastern n the in
laese parasites, predators or some the more recent move to abandon blem. In many cases, biological tack cottony-cushion scale. This apartment of Administration as yet. production of exotic species.
control ao particular host. Before use of the chemicals because of control can contribute to a total pest was accidentally introduced e t e in business in the At present,. Division of Plant In-
the production and use of chlori- their persistence in nature has led solution of a pest problem with into the cirtus groves during the new laboratory within six months, i dustry is cooperating with the uni-
ited hyarocarbons, there was a us to increase attention to biolo- the integration of chemicals and early days and it was almost dis- The International Organization versity's Institute of Food and Ag-
o I I ,
MAKE A BETTER ,
NO.MATER HOW IT'S PACKAGED.
Second, have the beans ground to fit your coffeemak~.
At A&P,e customgrind the beans coffee
Sin choice of seven different grinds...not one or two. |
If you're using pre-ground coffee, switch. & ,
This week, have an A&P bean coffee
custom-ground to fit your coffeemaker. 1 .
You'll make abetter cup of coffee. _.
SWant a suggestion?
r Ry our 100%BrazilianEightO'ClockCoffee.
It makes a great cup...andsells at a great price. \
SEIGiT Mfll K ILD wl S V
y/ CFEE IS P
"Super-4igh" Hard Corn Fed Pork
BOSTON BUTS ...... ,.48c
'Super-light" Western Beef Chuck
CUBED STEAKS *.. ....$1.28
"Super-Right" Grade 'A'
Lq I Uub.Supe eight" PPure
"Supir-Right" Shoulder .ip peciaI I
PORK STEAKS... 58 GooDa
Allgood Brand Sugar Cured ppeciaI I LU K I
SLICED BACON' .. 59C
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef SpecialI
CHUCK STEAKS ..Pk 68
All Meat Skinless
COPELAND'S FRANKS... ; 49c
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Frozen
e r CHEESE PIZZA .- .... "-. 79c
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Frozen PepperonI or
LEG or BREAST c SAUSAGE PIZZA ...... 89c
QUARTERS 3 Lb ,. AiP Brand Fresh 49
CHICKEN SALAD ...... 49
J Combination Packcit ,.'1'59cu. "Super-Rgh I.,
S a9' Bream, Thlgh or Drriailkc.Ub.59c
,a Box-o-CThighscken r L OG NA _G----. 1b. 79c
Cn.is s a i3,* o,*- Cap'n. John's Frozen
Sd .-el.3* i .29 I SHRIMP COCKTAIL.... 3 : 99c
A&P Brand Special I
INSTANT RICE ." aB39(
M"FnS A&P onnaiseqt ar49c
i SALAD TOMATOES....; 3 .,$.00
Medium Size Special I Brand Cand Canned
R di YELLOW ONIONS ...... 3 42 $1.00 EGG G06 ...............
l Fresh o L Speciall' Wil-Hold Self Stacking Marvel< EggHog
'gi SPINACH or KAE......3 1$1.00 ICE ue Sp SHOE BOXES ".....
4 l BAKING POTATOES....10 s69c 1Sw -re
4Lis. Golden Spectial l Is
,...J RIPE BANANAS ................10c 3for $n, .COE
3 Fresh, Hard Head Special I ESCAFE COFFEE .......
GREEN CABBAGE ................ u. 9 Ann Page Large & Small
Fresh, r Ripe STUFFED OLIVES ......
Anjou Pears "i.w .... c
SI .00 Cracker Barrel Sharp or Exra Sharp
A E C 'S FA E Kraft Cheese....' 7 c
0bTomatoa 4S Julte..an t39c-
JP* !. Bag 49c sultana
C U P CASSEROLE
Ony 3 $5.49 Save
With Each $5.00 Na Purchase 50
Purchase I 'Required
Jane Parker Delicious
APPLE PIES................. 43c
Jane Parker Cinnamon, Pineapple, or Jelly
SWEET ROLLS.__.2 1? 69c
Jane-Parker Marble or Crescent
POUND CAKE .............. 21c
Jane Parker Brown 14' Serve PI.or SS.
FRENCH ROLLS.............. 31
SSAVE WITH THIS COUPON SPECIAL
/ .1 7 All Fl...
e Can 69C
.... a,' 69c
b. par 59c
... a. $1.49
-...... ,ar 69c
For Cooking or Salads
DEXOLA I 01L..................... 9c
Ann Page (
MAYONNAISE .................... ?'; 49c
Vegetable Juice -
V-8 COCKTAIL .................. ..C.45c
Sr"WriiMM s t* Partdt mwa
YOGURT___ 8 oz. 29c
White or Blue
SAIL DETERGENT.............. e.'59c
Blackeye Peas or 1k
CREAM CHEESE .............. 39c
Colgate Bonus Pack (29% More Free!)
DENTAL CRAM .............. % 88c
FOOD COLORS~ ............ .--19c
SPANISH SAFFRON.........sa I 99c
Prices In this Ad If
are good through 9
Sunday, January 2,1971 3
Closed Sabtlrday |
INEW YEAR'S DAY I
"__"Happy HewYar" + _..
L 1 NW ~e
'%L rA:AxmZ'ii i i .ra*i z mA
coue,' Can bguler Rele l
Unmlt 3 w/Coupon & $7.50 or more food order.
Coupon Good Through January 2, 1972
Ji g $AVE 18c |^w l
w &AAv N;'& w A e *1.' U
%Wiih 15coeffLal Abc Wiehout
Thit 3-lb., 1-0t. A w Coupon
Coupn an Pk. gular R4e9t 4
limit 1 w/Coupon &.$7.50 or more food order
Coupon Good Through January 2,1972
V^ SAVE 44c e
MAXWELL HOUSE ........ $1.49
SCOTT TISSUE ................ .* 16c
Trash Can Uners
HEFTY BAGS ............... $1.491
20c off Label I I
PALMOLIVE LIQUID ......... no71c
d"Aj&~ Ajar anra li. l.AAJL~A'd*L .
ricultural Sciences on control of
the Caribbean fruit fly and also
working coopeartively with the U.
S. Department of Agriculture on
some other pest problems includ-
ing the sugar cane root stalk bor-
Division of Plant Industry has
hired a wasp specialist as of Jan.
1. Wasps, have been found effec-
tive against the root stalk borer.
We are hopeful of making further
advances in biological control of
other pests in the near future.
IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR"
FL@RIDA FIRST NATIONAL
BANK at PORT ST. JOE,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: John Walstrum
516 Glenwbod Avenue
Baltimore ,Maryland 21212 '
YOU, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for damages has
been filed against you and you,are
required to serve a ,copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
ROBERT M. MOORE, Plaintiff's
Attorney, whose address is 321
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
on or before January 7, 1972, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immed-
lately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this the third
day of December; 1971.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Circuit Court Clerk
SMALL CLAIMS COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
MERIT LOAN COMPANY,
RUTH DAVIS BRITT,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that I, B.
E. Parker, Sheriff of Gulf County,
Florida, under and by virtue of a
Writ of Execution heretofore is-
sued out of the above entitled
Court, in the above entitled cause,
having levied upon the following
personal property, situate, lying
and being in Gulf County, Florida,
One 1966 Chevelle Chevrolet,
ID No. 131696A131551, Title No.
1946465, Tag No. Fla. 66-265,
as the property of the above named
Defendant, and that on the 17th
day of January, 1972, between the
legal hours of sale, namely, 11:00
o'clock in the forenoon and 2:00
o'clock in the afternoon, on said
day, at the front door of the Court
House in Port St. Joe, Gulf County,
Florida, I will offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
in hand, the above described pro-
perty, as the property of the said
Defendant, to satisfy said execu-
BYRD E. PARKER 12-16
Gulf County, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN ANB FOR
IN RE: The marriage of
JAMES K. MANN, husband,
BRENDA H. MANN, wife.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: James K. Mann
c/o Jerry M. Forehand
1512 Cherokee Drive
West Columbia, South
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 M. Moore,
321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before January 14th, 1972,
otherwise, a Judgment may be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on this the 9th day
of December, 1971.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
Midget Investments That Y'uld
A"A r n, rA
WHdneIday, Dec*mbor 29, 1971
S Port St. Joe Was "In the News" During 1971
Your prescription Is an order for a specific medication; for a specific indl-.
vidu for a specific time.,lt is originated your doctor and filled by your
S Regstired PharmaistTbdy's prescdpioncoisists of eight specific and
rDate-iclded4 % verify the medicine is appilgable to a current illness.
2. Name and adaress-_ o that nonebutthe patientmayuse the prescription.
3.SuIpercription 4 RxI....thesymbol generally believed derived.from the
Latein "recpe aning "talke thou."
5,tSibsripoliidirections to the pamriacist explaining dosage, form an
S 6.Signatura-dlections to the patient on quantity, timing and.method of
S taking the prescription.
7. Reflll Infprmaton-for ose by the pharmacist to facilitate service to the
&Signature-ofth prlscribing phsca'toyverlytheoider.t.
Your prescription bilousty b more than phase written on a plece.of
S paper. It tpresent.s a lfgivng forci whlch enables us all to live longer,
healthier, happier lIves.
For the highest pharmaceutical standardsilow prices
consistent with quality and the personaattehtionyou '
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to "
OUR ( PHARMACY .
Buizett's Drug Stored
317 Williams Avenue Phone 227-88371
Drive-In Window Service. Plenty of Free Parking '
i. 'I "~ ." '"'i"i, ..
.-In Th' St
1? ~o It !~w wuEu e or~I~
Port St., Joe has received. its.
share of fame during the past
year ,i the daily press about
One of the most written about
"claims to fame" was the PittsW
Lee case which was ranked about
number 12 in importance as a
news stdry last year and which'
.provided the vehicle for writers
'over the state to imagine all
kinds of things about Port St.
Joe.- It was easy for 'us here to
see which writers hal visited in
Port St. Joe and which ones
hadn't. Most of them had not.'
Then there was the St. Joe Pa-;
per Company strike with the ma-,
gic words "Ed Ball" providing
grist for every 'kind of story
.imagineable.. You'd think ,Mr.
Ball was a seven foot, '250 pound
giant rather than' an average to
small size man by reading some
of the *.reports of lis maneuverss.
Some. of our, better- "ptir s'
didn't get the coverage we
thought !it was due in Port St..
Joe's -winning the state Class AA
football championship. However,
one of, the. rteleaseq reprinted
'here is a pleasant exceptioni.,
S ". ., i.,*. .'.*
SThe. following. pa r a graphs.
came from the Ft. Myers News-
'Press and didn't actually treat us
'bad, though it is 'plain to see, the'
writer' hasn't beeni here lately.- ,
The atricle is taking some oth !
er paper, to task for !unfairly de- i
picting Port St. Joe and reads as
"The newspaper also contends f;
that the defense., (of Pitts .,and.
Lee) has depicted unfairly the
S10,096 inhabitants of Gulf Coun-
ty as "ignorant, 1ynch-happy
"This is hardly the'faet It is
fair, nonetheless, to depict Port
St. Joe as rural South, small town
standard '(pop. 4,244), a broad
I nd mIttered main street, beau-
tiful brick homes shaded by live
Saks dripping with Spanish moss,
unpaved streets to the "colored
quarters' 'and "the swamps". 11
churches, two taverns, five law-."
yers, three ,doctors and a, catalog
sales outlet for'Sears, Roebuck
and C6 ,
"GrAd4 'A Georgia fryers sellI
.ore B 's oS
I,. .'* .
SIN UPTOWN HIGH.AND VIW :
f :: OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.1tM
ecils for Wednesday through Saturday, Dec. Jan.1 I
I- / r
2 CARTONS-- Plus Bottle Deposit and Tax
China Doll 12 Ounce Pkg. Jewel
Backeye 'Peas -pkg. 15c Shortening 3 lb. can 69c
" r la ade 'A"I" W .. t ,
Georgia Grade 'A' White
edum EGGS 2 doz. 99c Potatoes .---- 10 ibs. 49c
Lii -80 CN. C.....
Sweet Petas "
Standard 303 Can
Tomatoes -- 5 cans
2 Pound Bag
6L '" --"--esh ---- o '
.11. CABBAGE b...- Ib. 10c
Fresh first Cut Bib Cu Loin Cut
Pork Chops Ib. 49c lb. 79c lb. 89
Fresh CURED, lb. 35c Pork
Hog Jowls --.-- lb. 25c Neck Bones----., 4tlbs. 89c
i Fresh Whole or V2 Sliced Free! '
Hamburger 3 Ibs. $1.59 Slab Bacon-------lb. 39c
Boston Butt CLUB or
Pork Roast ---- lb. 59c Sirloin Steak l- lb. $1.19
Fresh Pork Semi-Boneless
Backbone --- 59c 7-Bone Steak--b. 79c
RONELETS HUCiK BOAST. SHOULDER ROUND or Whole
Rump Roast Ib
HIGHWAY 9. i, m II/AND VIEW
at the Piggly Wiggly for 33 cents
a pound, and the Phillips 66 re-
pairs power /chain saws and in-
board and outboard motors. It is
Page 1 news in the weekly Star
when thieves steal .two color TV'
sets from Arnold's Furniture
and' TV store.
"It is a town where residents
list their nicknames in quotation
marks in .the .telephone book:,
"Cannon Ball", "Skeet", "Pos-
sum",, "Skinny" and. "Doll'.", for
example, and (where the Orkin
man drives the 58 miles from
Panama City to service his cus-
' timers with pesticides."
. (This is a pretty fair descrip-
tion, except we can't find those
dirt roads. --lEd)
Last Year, han article in the
Orlando' Sentinel caused the Port
St. Joe Sharks to play over their
heads and defeat number one
!ranked 'Daytona Beach Father
Lopez in the state football semi-
finals; This, year,,-the following
complimentary article, appeared,
sent to. us,.by..friend Bob Mc-
Knight; who lives in Orlando.
IN ST. JOE
by BILL BUCHALTER
'Assistant Spdrts Editor
On the road to' port St. Joe-
you can get there from here.
You "really can. .And /when you
get there, youi won't believe' ii
Port St, Joe, which is the lar-
gest metropolis in Gulf Counts
which 'is bigger than ;only one
other among Florida's 67, rests
comfortably at"'the bottom of
the Panhandle in Northwest
Florida, nestled snugly against
the Gulf 'of Mexico.
Its prime industries are the
St. Joe Paper Co., which is cur.-
rentty ot operating over a la-
bor-Ed Ball impasse, and; com-
miercial fishing which is doing
very well. The majority of' the
land is owned by the paper dom-
pany estate 'which' is, of course,
watched ovpr by Ed Ball.
And its biggest entertainment
is the Port St. Joe High ,S cool
football and basketball teams
which have, been-making lead.
lines from Pengacola to Key
West for the past' several years.
In the pastJtwp', seasons; Port
St. Joe ..ha-elniated twoun-
beaten Central .lorida per-
houses .whb jus. hapl ne4 to
have been rike' .num en,]| in
their class--which. is AA thsec-
ond smallest category a ong
Florida. saioolsr:., This s ans
there. are ltss than 300 boys in
the uppeOr three grades'., ;
So to find:out whatnmakes'this
town -4ick thleti iy, ave
to get'there first. And tflatf'm
friend, takes some doi0g.,.-
Starting from Tallahasleeporit
St. Joe is only 100 mlces td'th|^
southwest via- State *ad.l 3'p
and the Gulf Highway which is
numbered 98. W a
You pass through Wakulla and
Franklin counties, through Gat-'
rabelle, Apalachicola, 'IMedart,
Lanark Villaea Fa st n^i.t.. _
St. James. You cross the Ochlock-
nee (his spelling) and Apalachi-
cola Rivers and on .one stretch
of road between Carrabelle and,
Apalachicola;' the: -gulf is' just a
first down away 'from, the high-
Florida's Last. Frontier
Just. off the main road are such
communitiess as Alligator Point,:
...Sopchopy. and' Sumatra. Signs'
tell pf, the countryside,
"Welcome .t6* Car-abelle, the
fisherman's paradise," reads one.
"Florida's Last Frontier," reads
another, advertising real estate'.
They' are not far,.wrong. Black
bears still roam Franklin Coun-
ty and nicknames for high school
teams in these parts are the
The bible belt. Baptist upbring-
ing is .evident in the names: St.
Teresa's Beach, St. James, St.
George Island. V
There's folksy humor, too. One
sign alongside highway 98 reads
"Carrabelle' Inteilational Air-
port, one mile." .
And then, finally, you are in
Port St. Joe. '
Wow! What a shocker.
A beautiful .new high school
recently completed, at a cost of
$1.1 million, (try' twice
South end of the county. Wewa-
hitchka has a' -school 'to serve
the northern end on the Blounts-
When Father Lopez of Day-
tona Beach and 'Eustis high
schools played in: the" football
playoffs, the past two years, they
saw as fine a high school fa-
cility as there is in the state.'
The Port St. Joe Quarterback
Club recently completed 2,500-
seat permanent concrete facility"
with press box at a minimal cost
of $243,000 (more like $23,000--
ed). Combined with another 2,000
temporaryy bleachers, ,the Sharks
have 'a comfortable capacity of-
4,500 which is usually overflow-
ing. Before games, a fish fry
keeps the air filled with the aro-
ma of the'area.
At the high- school sits a gym-
nasium facility which Orlando
would love to duplicate. It's a
rectangular-shaped (eirculdr --
ed.) building which is attached
to the' rest of .the school and has
a capacity for' seating 5,000 fans
should the need arise. When Gulf
Coast Sunior College at nearby
Paniama City 'played Vincennes
(Ind.~'last year, more than 3,000
flocked to watch. There are 2,500
permanent seats in the facility
now ,! .,: .. ..' .
With this type of ficality and
a winning tradition,. Prt St. Joe
is toigh to beat-eseecially at
home. Father Lopez learnui that,
20-15, last year and Eustis did
likewise two weeks ago, 14-0.
Port St. Joe points with pride
to the, Langston brothers, David
and Norris, and a passel of Qther
athletes. David Langston is' now
starting for' Drake University's
strong basketball team. Norris is
starting for Livinigston (Ala.)
College's NAA football cham-
Men Behind the Team
Key man behind Port St. Joe's .
new-found athletic energies are-
Gene Raffield, who owns, the.
largest commercial fishing busi- :
ness in the area and Wayne Tay-
lor, the clever coach of the;
Sharks:, Both. were.' teamniates on
the 1956 Port St. Joe team: and
have returned to :help the corn-
munity grow. "'
Raffield is also a leading
school board figure who was in-
strumental in getting the. facili-
ties built. Through his efforts,
those of the quarterback ,club
and the athletes themselveskwho
donated time and labor,;.Poit St.
Joe has something, unbel ving
to the city slicker.
The. Class AA A state football
championship will be held in'
ShArk Country' Friday uight
when Cross City invades thdP ort?!' i
:.St. Joe lair.,
* Win or lose,.Port St.. Joe has
made a believer out of me, :even
'f it takes 70 minutes 'to rive.
60. miles.,on these roads, irntead
ofl the usual 60 to drive 70 on:
the state's superhighways; even
fif I had to pass a swine show to
+ Classified Ads +
SFOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom FOR RENT: Apartment for adults. FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with,
house a1 St. Joe Beach. Sfall Living room, bedroom, bath, kit- Sportiscraft boat and trailer. See
down payment and assume pay- che breakfast nook.j Ph6ne 229 at Staffoid's Groeery, White City.
nts. Bank financed at 6% in- 135 tfc-12-9 ILL DIRT ,ULD. Lots buh
Test. Call 648-4976. i u hogged. and leveled. General
FL si 'wndw FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished tractor work.' Call 6484836 or .48.
F R SAl'E: Jalousie windows, apartment, downstairs. 522% 3rd 3017. t'fc 0-28
Poor. hot water heater (30 gal.), St. Pi&one 227:647. :. tfc-12-9
c inets, link, oil heater, drum of -
t o and stand. Call 227-5331 or 227- FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
1. tfc-11-25 and 2 bedroom furnished apart- Apalachicola, Florida
Sentt! Phone 22.6168 i I-- --
OR SAL : 1969 Galaxy with air Thurs., r., Sat.
i conditi.ing, power steering, FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment- Dec. 30, 31 and Jan. I
W4itewahl".res, radio ,heater. Good Nicely furnished.' 2 bedrooms; 2 PIG SHOWS ---
cnTdition, Call 229-2896 after 5. 216% 6th St. Phone 229-4171. 2t.c 'LOVE STORY"
.p OR RENT._ .t and 'aSurprise Second
.., s PT 1 .a Sot Feature. Movie
KR SALE; Automotive and home tages. Reasonable mouhlyr : -_ __.
"8-track 'jaPe. players. Tapes $1.50; Phone. 22!7491, or 227i -. ;
i ** P 'i :' ,'-, .' unda y :Morning,' Jan. 2
S $?5.99. Tools, watches, rings, FOR RENT: One and two bedroom 0:O "
FOtR .RENT:,One doPbedrhone.227
Inieras. extra wide heavy duty.. attractively furnished 'apa. Roev. Glenn-Bron, Rev. Barney
ailer, ls, hair dryer. Will buyme Cool in summer, warn Btler nd Gospel Singing I,
.ttery radios, reels, good used wViter. Gas heat, ,ndow fa- Burns Family
, s and good outboard motors 10 They must be seen to be appredat of Greenville, S...C., In Person
se down. electric bas guitar, ContctMr. or Mrs. B. C.Prince inm a special religious service
o stationary CB raodiqp I OD d L I *
ts, 'es. M's PAWN PARK.. Phone 220-241 or :.Snday, Jan. 2 2:30 P. .
162 5th 3., Highland View. Phone 3101. tf1 and Monday, Jan. 3 5:00 P.M.
9-6193. tfc-12-16 Tues., Jan. 6 a,;- 5:09 P.M.
SFOR R NT: Small 2 bedr followed by a FREi MOV ''
EOR SALE: Nice comfortable house. Phone 2275301 or see ..rs Everybody Welcome Free!
home with 1100 sq. ft. living C. A. Pridgeon. 1301 Monument' HEAR GLENN'BRYSON
area. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. living Avenue. 2tc-12-29 right in your car without
r9om, fa lyoo, kitchen, dining getting ut. Come as you are!
area, car rt, 'uilty room, central HELP WANTED: $100.00 weekly ,
heat, oak 'oors, recently painted. possible addressing mail 'fon r '
On '85'x100' lot with chain link firms Full. and-part 'time, at home.' PlIC TANKS pumped out Call
fence back yard. 131 Hunter Circle. Send stamped self-addressed en- Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
Call 229-5501: tfcl2-29 velope and. 25c handling to Bla- or 229-2937.,
; "' "" .ber Co., Box 12459, AA, El Paso, iNA
,)l....,; n '' .. PROFESSIONAL HELP with m.
.a S. 2 .4tp-12-22
RAY'S TRIM SHOP '
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you'
Every Time" *
602 Garrison Ave.
FOR CHAIN' LINK FENCE oell
Emory Stephens. Free e.timate
Guarantee on labor and .material.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
Funeral Home '
HEATH RADIO & TV REPAIR
"Color Specialists" -
All Work Guaranteed
4tp Phone 229.2782 10-14
I OW servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair or syn.
thetic which you would lkre
to have serviced ~ckdy at
low prices ...
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9M4 JANICE STOKES tfic
Le dulI .IUV Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
4) PAINT Dealer In Port St. Joe
-" .-:' ., NOTICE '"
Notice i& hereby given that upon
motion of the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe, Ordinance cTI
No" '54 has been introduced and i
read in full for the first time at
the regular meeting of the City '
Commission December 21, 1971, HUR
and is listed below by.title. only. anL APPLIANCES
This proposed Ordinance is on file 65 kM AM.
'in the City Clerk's office for any-
one desiring to read 'said Ordin- FOR SALE: Yamaha 1970 model
ance in full. 100 CC motorcycle. Suzuki 1970
"An Ordinance providing for54 model 50 CC motorcycle. Both like
"An Ordinneanceprovw condition Can be sen at 131
the construction and equipping of Bellamy Circle or call 229-6106.
a Wastewater Treatment "Plailtin tfc 11-25
Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida; -
authorizing the. issuance and ,sale FOR SALE: Ford F250 % ton
of not exceeding eight million dol- truck with stake body. Air condi
lars Sewer Revenue Bonds to fi- tioner, radio, V-8 engine, 6 ply
nance the cost thereof; and pro- tires. Can be seen at 131 Bellamy'
viding for the payment of the prin- Circle or call 229-6106. tfe-11-25
cipal of and interest on such reve-
nue bonds solely from the proceeds ; FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 .bed.
accruing annually to the City of, room clean house. Laundry and
Port St. Joe, Florida, from that storage room. Large shady yard.
certain contract by and between' Automatic heat. Phone 227-8536
certain contract by and between after 5:00pm .'tf41-25 I
the City of Port St. Joe, the St. Joafte r 5:00 p.m.
Paper Company, a corporation or- FOR RENT: 1Nicely furnished 2-
ganized under the laws of Florida, bedroom house with washer, dry-
and Glidden-Durkee, a Division- of er, automatic 'heat. Phone 227.
SCM Corporation,. together with .8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25
any. Federal or ,State loans or
grants, available at any future FOR RENT: Furnished large one
date; providing for the redenip- bedroom apartment with separ-
tion of said Revenue Bonds and ate dining room, auto. heat and
providing an effective date. large yard. Phone 227-8536 after
C. W. BROCK, 500 p.m. tfc-11-25
-12 City Auditor/and Clerk T_
2A-12-29 ----^ -- --
tional problemI s a/or concs.
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
St. Joe, Florida 229-3621
I FOR -
In Wewei6tchka 'and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Tkhird Street'
Port St. Joe, Pie.
Call 2294986 for Free Estlnte
R.A.MI-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RLA.
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. AN
visiting companions, welcome.
JOSEPH mIPPN, H. P.
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AME CAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Rome.
THERE WILL BE a regular eom*.
munlcation of Port'St. Joe Lodge-
No. 11l, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
CARESS R. JOLLY, W.M.
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Seedy
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,
S Intersection Monument and Constitution ,
; ^ REV. R MILLARDSPIKES, Mintr '
hurh Schq6l ... 5-M.
Morning W0rsHip '? ''11:00 A M. |'
d Met'dist .oith. Fellowship .............---- 5:45 P.M.
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