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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1972
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~TIIE STAR
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THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSD MARCH 16, 1972 NUMBER 28





t's Decided Gulf county Is Defnitely "Wallace Country"
'7


County Sends Half of Voters to Polls; Approve Three

Straw Ballot Questions; D!vide Amendment Measures


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Sandy Quinn, left, may have that "this happens every day look", r A. Williams,- President, Florida
but Gary Speights,' gn Barnes and Jim Belin properly gloat over-' Jacksoriville's Colliseum Saturde
,their state Class AA championship trophy being presented by Roger



Amazing Sharks Drub La


Quint rto Cdptu re $tate r


Basketball Coach Bill Dickson recently made
the statement that his basketball team. was the
best group of Christian boys he. had coached.
Here they show what brought his statement forth'


Mrs. Orrie Coliibr

Taken by Death

Mrs. Orrie Belle Collier, age
87, of 1301 Palm Boulevard,'
passed away. in a Panama City
-nursing home Monday evening..
She was a native of Suwannee"
County and came to Port St. Joe
five years ago to make her home
with her daughter, Mrs. A. P.
Martin. Mrs. Collier was a mem-
ber of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include a daughter,
Mrs. A. P. Martin of Port St.
Joe; a son, Murry Collier of
Crescent City; two brothers, C.
V. Mosley of Jacksonville and E.
F. Mosley of Wellborn; two
grandchildren and three great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were conduct-
ed Wednesday at 1:00 pan. from
the graveside of the Wellborn
Cemetery in Wellborn. Rev. J.
C. Odum, pastor of the Long Ave-
7 nue Baptist Church, officiated.
Arrangements were by the Kil-
patrick Funeral Home of Port St.
Joe.


as they take time out following' the championship
game in Jacksonville. Saturday and bow for a worn
of prayer giving thanks for their victory. Then
they went to pick up their first'place trophy.


Wayside Park for


Gulf Shot Down


Gulf County's proposed way-
side park, which appeared on the
horizon for a fleeting moment
appears to have been shot down
by the residents of Beacon Hill
who live in the vicinity of the
proposed park.
The County owns about 650
feet -of water front property ,at
Beacon Hill adjoining the Bay
County line and were planning
to make the property available
for the installation.
But a petition presented at the
Board meeting Tuesday night by
G. L. Kennington and signed by
67 Beacon Hill landowners put
the project on the table, where
most projects die a quick death.
Kennington, who has been a
foe of the park since its incep-
tion was loaded for bear Tues-
day. He was backed up by eight
citizens who appeared in person
in opposition and Chairman Ru-


dy Pippin said he had received
five letters opposing the move.
So, the Beacon Hill park lies
on the table for the moment with
the Board members pledged to
seeking out other beach front
property for the promised way-
side park.
Clerk George Y. Core inform-
ed the Board they had now re-
ceived $62,670 in secondary road
funds from the. State for main-
tenance work on county second-
ary roads. Since the County took
over this responsibility in Oc-
tober, the money had been com-
ing in by dribbles. Core says the
- situation is now better.
John R. Ingram; Area Engineer
for the U. S. Corps of Engineers
asked for permission to meet
with the county and discuss plac-
ing dredged material along the
(Continued On Page 12)


High Scho Athletic Ass6ciation h
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and Bdsketball

State Cr wns

Port St Joe'si iks made his-
tory Saturday whet they copped
the Class AA ba etball state
championship ti go along with,
their blass A& football cham-
pionship laurelsi ;
The Sharks fought on an even
basis with the Lake Weir Hurri-
canes in the fourth period for a
68-54 victory that made Port St.
Joe owner of the two state rec-
ords.
It was Coach' Bill Dicks6n^s
birthday Sunday;, so the Sharks
just decided to g9ve him his sec-.
ond state champ onship since he:
came to Port St. Joe.

Port St. Joe's Jim Belin, Tim
Grandberry and' Sandy Quinn
were selected fonrhonors by be-
ing placed :on the All-Tourna-.
mernt team alodig with Lak"e
Wier's Eddie Johnson and Walt
Shelton.

The game was nip and tuck
until the fading moments of the
third period when Sandy Quinn
and Kendrick Bryafit scored six
and four points respectively to
give the Sharks a 53-45 lead as
the last period was getting un-
derway.
Lake Wier roared back with
four field goals to climb within'
four points, then within two on
another field goal. Then the
Sharks went into their now fa-
mous "wheel", controlling the
ball and feeding to Jim Belin
and Jim Grandberry under the
goal. The Sharks controlled the
ball for the last five minutes of
the game, allowing Lake Wier
only one free shot in the last 40
seconds of the game.
It looked like a long afternoon
for the Sharks at the start of the
game with Lake Wier jumping
out to a 5-0 lead before the game
was under way good. But that
lead and a two point lead for a
very short while in the third
quarter was all the Hurricanes
could manage.
The entire Shark squad was
superb on defense, committing
very few mistakes and allowing
less than a half dozen turn-overs.
Jim Belin was the big man for


In case there was ever any
doubt about it, the !question has
been resolved novw .--- Gulf Con-
ty is definitely George Wallace
country.
The Alabama Governor receiv-
ed 11878 votes in ,2,592 cast in
the Presidential Preferential
Primary here in Gulf. Henry M.
(Scoop) ,Jackson was the nearest
thing to a second place one
Should admit to with 299 votes.
Gulf County voters weren't too
anxious to go to the polls how-
ever, with less -than half of the
registered 5,307 electors casting
a ballot.
In the, Republican race, John
M. Ashbrook outdistanced Pres-
ident Richard Nixon, 16 to 2.
-. Paul McCloskey failed to get a
vote.
C On the Constitutional .amend-
ments, Gulf County didn't take
kindly to Judicial Reform de-
feating it soundly .1,182 -to 781,
buit the state as a whole had dif-
ferent ideas and approved it by
.nearly a three to one majority.
Gulf approved the self-sustaining,
bond issue to provide a loan fund
for collegestudents, 1,150 to* 888
against the idea.
SThe county, is. also against
busing, in fvori of equal educa-,
cation land in favor pof allowing
prer in the public schools.
KS' ool busing is frowned upon
bv-vwneT- to one- dulf( COittvy


DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL -PREFERENCE -
. CHISHOLM --- ---9 _0 0 -L.--0
HARTKE -- ---------0 ---0 --6 -0.- 1 0
HUMPHREY 6 -_6 :0 4- -_6
JACKSON 45 -30- _.3 5 ___7
LINDSAY 0 __0 __0 -0 -_3 _-0
McGARTHY 0 -0-0 ___0 _0 1___
McGOVERN 3 -1 2 __0 -0 _0
MILLS 1 _1 .0 --0 -0 -0
MUSKIE 9 -8 4_.3 1 ..1 -2
WALLACE: 299 -193 -84 __30 -172 -97
YORTY 0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL 'PREFERENCE
NIXON 0 -0 _-2 __0 ___0 -0
McCLOSKY 0 _-'LQ --0 _--0 --0
,ASHBROOK --2 -2 __-0 0 0 1__-
ARTICLE V-JUDICIARY
FOR 106 -94 -48 -14 _152 -37
AGAINST 165 .110 -43 -19 70 -60
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 46-D-College Loans
FOR 127 _100 _-57 -22 -79 -49
AGAINST 135 -87 -35 -12 -52 _-48
STRAW BALLOT BUSING
FOR 166 2185 -81 -32 _145 __89
AGAINST 55 --33 -27- 44 -17 -16
STRAW BALLOT EQUAL EDUCATION
FOR --- 195 -147 -63 28 -90 -66
AGAINST -79 -42 -31 -4 57 _31
STRAW BALLOT-SCHOOL PRAYER
FOR .282 '188 -99 -35 _154 -96
AGAINST 27 _33 -8 --0 _10 _-6


the Shark offense with his 21
points and 14 rebounds. Sandy
Quinn was right ,behind with 20
points. Tim Grandberry had 10
points for his three quarters of
play. Gary Speights had eight re-
bounds and Quinn and Grand-
berry each had six.
Johnson led the Hurricanes
with 20 points.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe _- 18 18 17 15-68
Lake Wier 14 19 12 9-54
Port St. Joe-Quinn, 8-4-20; Di-
xon, 0-1-1; Belin, 6-9-21; Barnes,
1-0-2; Bryant, 2-4-8; Speights, 2-
3-6; ,Grandberry, 4-2-10.
Lake Weir-McClean, 3-0-6;
Kendrick, 4-0-8; Hope, 1-0-2;
Franklin, 0-1-1; Johnson, 8-4-20;
Gadsden, 1-0-2; Shelton, 6-3-15;
Gadsden, 1-0-2; Shelton, 6-3-15.
*
F r i d a y, the "Cinderella"
Sharks who many said shouldn't
even be in the State tournament,
upset Arcadia Desoto by a stun-
ning 80-67 victory over the team
which was the favorite to win
the whole ball of wax.
Defense was the name of the
game for the Sharks which car-
ried them through a six game
winning streak on the road to the
(Continued On Page 12)


voters. Equal education oppor-
tunities was favored nearly'three
to one and prayer in schools was
approved by a whopping ten to


Charles Harry McKnight, age
60, of 1405 Palm Boulevard pas-
sed away suddenly at his resi-
dence Friday night. Mr. Mc-
Knight was a native of Demopo-
lis, Alabama and came to the
Port St. Joe area in 1938 from
Selma, Alabama. He was employ-
ed by the St. Joe Paper Company
where he was clerk in the Wood
Department. He was a charter
member of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church where he had
taught the men's Sunday School
class and served as a Deacon
for many years.
Survivors include his wife,
Mrs. Lucille McKnight of Port
St. Joe; one daughter, Mrs. Diana
Wilder of Port St. Joe; one son,
Robert McKnight of Melbourne;
a brother, Joe McKnight of Sel-
ma, Ala.; three sisters, Mrs. Myr-
tle Traweek of Selma, Ala., Mrs.
Mattie Traweek of Wichita Falls,
Texas and Mrs. Lucille Nichols
of Mobile, Ala., and seven grand-
children.
Funeral services were conduct-


one majority:
See the table below for the
story on how Gulf voted by pre-
cincts.


Vote Saturday Decides


Fate of S JPC Strike

After four days of hard bargaining which began last -
Thursday and continued through Sunday, St. Joe Paper
Company offered its final proposal to the unions current-
ly striking the mill. Union representatives will present
to their membership the proposed contract at a ratifica-
tion meeting to be held Saturday afternoon, according to
an official release from Leland Dean, Federal Mediator
in the labor dispute.
Local union officials have called the ratification
meeting for 3:00 p.m.- Saturday, with the papermakers
union meeting in the Port St. Joe High School Gymnasium
arid the machinists union meeting in the Union Hall on
Sixth Street. The proposed contract will be presented
and explained and all members will be asked to cast a sec-
ret ballot concerning their wishes.
S Representing the unions in the four day session were
L. M. Fisher, 'International Representative, IBEW; Don
Langliam, Papermakers and Gene DeLoach, Machinists.
Repsnting tlhe company were Tom S. Coldewey, Vice-
Pbesjdefit; Pat Shannon, Plant Manager and L. L. Copen- ,
haver, Director of Industrial Relations.


~7 8

0 -87
0 .
-6 -99
-27, -25
1 --22
0 -
I ---2
0 -
--2 -22
-128 -77
---0 --2


9 10 11


---4
-0
_4
-29
--4
_-0
--3
--0
--10
_200
1__,


0


'--59 -65.



-- 2 2-


_ ---0 0 -0
-0 --0 -0 -0 -0
-1 _-3 _-1 -5--0


Tot.

- 97
- 11
157
-299 K
- 23
- 4
- 15
- 6
- 79
-1878
- 5


- 2
- 0
- 16


-77 -91 _-83 -13 -66 781
-72 -98 _142 _199 -204 --1182

-94 _130 _116 -173 -203 -1150
-55 -61 -104 -152 _147 888

_127 _131 -219 _311 -333 -1819
-27 -116 -27 _49 _65 436

-91 -202 _167 _217 -249 -1515
-48 _31 -61 -110 -115 609

-139 -226 -223 -328 -373 -2143
-9 -42 -23 _28 _27 213


ed Sunday afternoon from the
Long Avenue Baptist Church
with the Rev. J. C. Odum offi-
ciating. Interment followed in
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers included M. L. Par-
ker, Leo Shealy, Leonard Belin,
Wilbur Smith, Grady Player and
Wesley R. Ramsey. Honorary
Pallbearers were members of
the Men's Bible Class and the
Deacons of Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church.
Kilpatrick Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.

City Commission
Meeting Postponed
The regular meeting of the
Port St. Joe City Commission,
scheduled for Tuesday, March 21
has been postponed to Thursday,
March 23 at 8:00 p.m.
The meeting was postponed
because the Commission mem-
bers must attend an important
meeting next Tuesday.


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S: -: rcinct Number .. 1 4 -


Charles Harry McKnight Taken by

Death Suddenly At His Home Friday


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THE SMAR, Port'St. Jo.,FI~rlkr'HuRSDA-Y, 'MAiA6-W 97-'~ .


PAGE TWO


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Who Really Wants Bopulism?


We pan recall a time when most Americans stood on that most: oductive pas5 of soci
their dow feet. They worked hard and paid their own dragging the waon" since nteeplbli
W ay, neither expecting nor demanding anything they continues to prqyide the jobs, the taxes
didn't earn.' They were proud of their self-reliance and upon which thq Nation's stAblity, and
contemptuous of those who accepted handouts. Tragically and irrationally, P0puli
Whatever became of them, anyway? port among mpny 'elected officials. C
Today, elected representatives soothe the injured apparently ephanted by its
dignity ofwelfare recipients, but point the finger of shame tribute least deman members eo
at bua i es ui~men for indking--prefit-- tee ,fi apparent in hiqbrittle, anti-business b
Which taxes are paid which make assistance programs p
possible. The Popultt politician stakes his
S.. w t aminise that the traditi4oally American
S this is the. philosophy of the New Populist. Take electoiaie havq been eroded by social c
from the tax producer and give to the tax consumer. elements of society shave bec
Destroy the strong perhaps it will strengthen ,the at the polls to eat their hosts.
weak. / -D. F.. Thomas,
Populism makes villians 'and scapegoats of business In the.1ildwo
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Franklin Had A Proposal

The primary is over now, and the prayer amendment approval. We supported his proposed
has already been decided on by the residents of Florida in it did not appear to interfere with any
the Straw ballot, but we thought this editorial, printed in al guarantees.
the Tallahassee Democrat last Thursday was very goodied about a rayer
on the subject, so we are reprinting it for your enjoyment consider what Benjamin Franklin had
"One of the issues on the Florida' presidential pri- stitutional Convention in 1787.
mary ballot Tuesday concerns prayer in the schools. It 'Mr. Washington, I hav4 lived f
is a part of ,a straw ballot which also includes a test of he longer I live, the more convincing
public sentiment on forced busing. truth that God governs the affairs of:
"Floridians are being asked to vote on whether they row cannot'fall to the ground withoi
'favor an amendment to the U. S. Constitution to allow possible that an empire can rise without
prayer in the schools. The results could influence Con- fore beg leave to' ihove that hereafter
gress to approve such an amendment and submit it to the this assembly every morning before v
states for ratification. ness.'
"A prayer amendment' has been before Congres-fo'r "In view of what we know of our 1
/ several years. It was one of the late Sen. Everett Dirk- why some people see something wrong
, sen's. pieces of unfinished business. Before his :deati, it tutional" saying a prTyer before the
ppOB hat he was making some progress in gaining day." '
4:


Tr' "-


Too Late 1
By Russ


When "'All in the Family" first
appeared on television I could
hardly believe my eyes and ears.
It was so well done, so realistic
and so far out compared to most
television series that I question-
ed its public acceptance.
Then it became an overnight
smash and the Number One Te-
.levision presentation. I asked
myself why and came up with the
answer: Becaise AArchie Bunker
and his family are so true to life.
, It is a national mirror we can
look at and', see ourselves, our
friends and neighbors and our
country. To some degree, most
of us are 'Archie Bunkers.
We may try to deny it but we
are biased -in our viewpoints. We
like people who agree with us
and dislike those who do not.
Liberal or -conservative, we are
biased in favor' of what we want
and resent those who want some-
thing else.
We talk about freedom, good
will and helping others. We may
practice it up to a point, but if
such action, indicates it may in
some way interfere with our per-
sonal lives or. ambitions well,


I ~'I


ro Classify
(ll Kay


"That's different."
We laugh at Archie Bunker
and realize that most of his trou-
bles and unhappiness he brings
on himself. He thinks and. acts
like he does because that's the
way he was taught to think from
his mother's knee.
Being White and a native born
American, he assumes a. sense
of superiority over those of a-
nother race or color. He is quick
to assure you that he has no quar-
rel with them and admits they
cannot help it being born another
color or of another race. Neither
is it his fault.
He points with pride to the
fact that he had to make his own
way. He works hard, pays his
taxes and minds his own busi-
ness. He reads of the waste and
inefficency of the welfare pro-
gram, the welfare cheaters and
resents his tax contribution to
such activity.
Carroll O'Conner, who plays
the part' of Archie Bunker,
in an article in the current issue
of TRUE magazine points out
that, "The American Dream and


-THE STAR-
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flerida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESuEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
*Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Phnotographer, Columnist, Reporter. Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
PoIr ST. JOE, FLORDA 32456
entered u second-class matter. December 19, 1987, at the Postofflee, 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 than amount received for such
advertisement.


the American reality, is what
creates Archie Bunkers." Shic-
cess is a part of our national re-
ligion. We really' don't. believe
in helping one another, he says.
We believe in talking about it.
When we are called upon to do
it or when the government makes
us do it we get angry. A lot of
liberals give lip service to the
idea of helping others' They
don't really mean it. When it
comes to taxes, welfare or ed-
ucation they scream as loud as
anybody.
"We are willing to make all


ety that has be
ic began. Biisne
and the lede sh
L stength depend
sm is gaining si
3ov. Reubin AsRk
of power to (a
f society who co
ichantment i m<
bias.
career 6n thq 'p
principles of t
change, and that t
ome strong einoei
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amendment be u
other constittoi

amendment .,ig
to say to th, Co

or a long tine a
proof I se of th
men, and a spa
ut His nog e, is
it his aid 'I the'
prayers ,e held
ye proce.. tob bu

heritage~e wond
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n,' oIs x aaifI"eesU U tomalu wars
i even to sacrifice our own lives
and the liveof our children.
Yet we are lling to sacrifice
money to cuur social ills. We
are not will.g to sacrifice our
*personal success dreams to help
humanity and that's a kind of
madness, because only by help-
t ing humanity -,are we going to
help ourselves and achieve any
, satisfaction and happiness.
"Archie's got 'a terrible bur-
ben. Ignorance mixed with ra-
cism. Every day Archie is em-


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word I thoughtflly Ray Kilpatrick Clarence W illiams
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly oon.
vinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remain. 507 10th Street
507 10th Street Phone 227-2491


Editorials...


battled. His bigotry and racism
is closing in, The world hasn'
got time for it anymore. We may
be getting a lot of laughter ou
of Archie Bunker but Archie
isn't laughing."
Look at the "All in the Fami
ly" mirror you may see in Ar
chief a candid image of some o
the errors that are ours and fini
yourself disturbed as well a
amused.





Etaoin


S hrdi
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


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ALL COST EXPLAINED AT THE TIME


DOT Joins


In Fight to


Curb Litter

The Florida department of Tran
sportation has joined forces wit]
en the Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs in a concerted effort to keep
ess litter off Florida's streets and
lip highways.
d Secretary of Transportation Ed
Lp- ward A. Mueller said, "Florid
ew Garden Clubs have an excellent
Lnd anti-Ulitter, program. They have lon
been in the forefront of the battle
on- to keep our communities clean
Ost The Department of Transportatito
/ has .been spending in excess of $
million a year maintaining an
te- cleaning the litter from the roach
he sides of Florida.
he "Mrs. John McClellan, Anti-Lit
gh ter Chairman of. the Florida Fe
i deration of Garden Clubs, ap
da preached me with the idea of join
*s ing forces and resources in corn
Seating the litter problem inFlor
ida. Since there is strength in un
ty, we have combined our effort
into a single concerted anti-litte
program."
To champion this fight, the De
partmeAt of Transportation an
the Florida Federation of Garde
Clubs created Glenn Glitter. He i
ise a personification of the "Glitte
Bug" which the Garden Clubs hav
n- been using in their program bu
he has character and personality.
lit Mrs. McClellan explained
:n-. "Glenn Glitter is to our litter fight
what Smokey the Bear isto forest
fires."
Lnd She said Glenn Glitter will b
his used in an educational program i
ar- the public schools of Florida t
it teach children .how to keep the
re- environment clean.
in Mr. Mueller said, Glenn Glitti
ISi- would also be used in an anti-li
ter message on all waste recent
cles in the rest areas and alone
der Florida's highways.
ti-, Mrs. McClellan ad4ed that se
ool vice stations, restaurants and othi
businesses throughout Florida wi
be encouraged to adopt Glenn Gli
ter in a statewide '"Kep' Flori
Glitter Clean" program.


p Three weeks ago, nobody (except maybe Bill Dixon)
d hpd the slightest notion the Sharks would even go to
the State basketball tournament, much less win the State
1. championship. But they did, didn't they.
a So far as we have Peen able to find out, this is the first
g time any school has ever won both the football and basket-
e lall chalimpionships in a single year. This is truly a, mile-
n. stone for our town and will no doubt earn a great deal of
n publicity for little old Port SL.Joe,.sitting up here. in North.
1 i'lorfda right on the edge of the Gulf of Mexico.
d
d-. Bill Dixon sounded just like some of those big league
baseball managers at the first of a season when he said
t you just can't consider a season's record when you get to
e. a tournament. It' just the team with the biggest desire
P- to win which will bring home the marbles. Bill may have
" been boosting the hopes of his charges when he made the
statement, but it's nice to know he has about 10 young ,
i- men who made it their business to make a knowledgeable
ts basketball man out of tCoach Dixon.

It's been a long time since I've enjoyed a television
e. program more than I did "Will Rogers, U.S.A." Thurs-
d day night. Will Rogers is 'an "iOkie" too, from very
n near where we used to live and he's been pretty much of
is an ideal to me. Some of his quotations used on the show
er I recognized. All were of the "I wish I'd said that" var-
at iety.
Listening to the program, one would almost think he
d, was talking about today what with our trying to "save
ht the world" as a nation, foreign aid, welfare, taxes, govern-
st ment officials, etc. The one blurb which, stuck with me
most was his statement, "There is no single Congressman,
be no bureaucrat, no President, who can destroy these Unit-
in ed States of America. America is a going nation. Why,
to trying to stop the United States is like spitting on the
ir railroad track to stop a train". I firmly believe that.
*
er My wife is a Garden Clubber a "one foot in, the
it- fertilizer, and the other in the peat moss" Garden Club-
ag ber. Once a year, she moves every shrub 'and flower in
our yard at least once, just to be planting something (Prac-
ticing, you know).
er Friday afternoon, I announced I was going to the
ill Country Club where C. W. Roberts was going to take me
it- on a tour of the golf course so I could make a few pic-
da 'tures. "Oh, wait a minute", she said. "There's a tree out
there somewhere that looks like a Japanese gardener has
shaped it from a seedling into an odd shape. You find
That tree and tell C. W. not to cut it down."
t If you've ever been to the golf course, you know that
y is quite an assignment. There is a few pine trees on the
t course property and to look for one is like trying to find
e money to- borrow But, I looked and I didn't see it.
;4 I made a little joke of it and told C. W. of my orders.
"I know right. where it is"; C. W. said. Then we set out
through the woods in his pick-up truck and sure enough,
f there it was looking for all the world like someone had
d shaped it in its unusual position.
d So, Garden Clubbers, rest easy. C. W. says he isn't
s going to cut that tree down.





..


How about those "Cinderella" Sharks?










Historical Society Begins Se

For Constitution Convention

-As "reported in The Star last ment of the musjpiM. Meeting with artifacts be:
&week by the St Joseph Historical Mrs. Ehrbar Were Mrs. R. H. Brin- and society
'Socity, artifacts belonging to the son, assistant: a he museum and secure from
Constitution Museum which- had a prominent m"ber of the St. tidcles whici
been stored for a number of years Joseph Historical Society; Harry the museum
'in the Florida State Museum at-Btkter, "-Construction Coordinator -until suhli
4ainesville were returned March of the Division df Recreation and displayed i
1 by Mrs. Elizabeth Ehrbar, Chief Parks, Tallahassee; Captain John manner. Ma
Sof Exhibits at the Museuni in F. Lynch, Superintendent of the been collect
Gainesville. These articles were St. Joseph State, Park and Major these were
carried to Gainesville when the James Burch, District Supervisor, be process
new wing was added to the build- who is located at St. Andrews State museum. A
ing, a few years ago, due to the lack Park. to Gainesvi
of adequate display cases. While Reporting on this meeting with utensils whi
!Mrs. Ehrbar was here conferences the park officials, Mrs. Brinson per mill for
were held at the museum March stated that adequate cases will be be treated a
1 and' 2, relative to the improve- constructed for the display of all returned fi
I- .. :- Ehrbar sign
LE- TTUCE WEDGE SALAD MAKES COMEBACK items that
promised ar
poiefor the mu;
St. Joseph
suggested t
.locate the t


An.
An old fashioned idea being rediscovered is that of cutting
crisp lettuce into wedges and serving it with a flavorful
d-essing. Latest in dressings is to thin real mayonnaise with
a most any flavorful liquid from chili sauce to yogurt. Add
S-ings to taste. A well seasoned pourable .mavonnaies.
,rfect for lettuce wedges is this one.
Shrimp Salad Dressing
1/2 cup very finely chopped cooked shrimp
1/2 cup real mayonnaise
1/4 cup dairy sour cream
1/4 cup tomato juice
1 tablespoon minced onion
1 tablespoon chili sauce
1 teaspoon chopped parsley
1 teaspoon lemon juice
L,'4 teaspoon garlic salt
1 '4 teaspoon paprika
1/4 teaspoon prepared mustar-.
Dash pepper
Mix together shrimp, mayonnaise, sour cream, tomato juice,
onion, chili sauce, parsley, lemon juice, garlic salt, paprika,
i mustard -and. pepper Cover:-iwd..chliL ese over tossed alad
greens. Makes 11/4 cups.


the signing
anyone has
whereabouts
formation w
ciated.
The sociel
sentative VW
part in mak
these much
Representat:
interested i
has been m
All person
tifacts pert
seph and w
to the mus(
tact Mrs. R
They will b
logued for (


White
Potatoes
Yellow
Onions -----2


arch

Table

longing to the museum.
members are urged to
a people in this area ar-
h had been donated to
n and returned to them
Lthe,--as--thre-culd~be
in the most effective
ny of these items have!
ed by Mrs. Brinson and
taken to Gainesville to
ed for display in this
among the things taken
ille were the kitchen
ich had been at the pa-
r some time. These will
at the state museum and
or display here. Mrs.
ed a receipt for all the
she took with her, and
new listing of artifacts
seum and also for the
Historical Society. She
hat the society try to
able that was used for
of the Constitution. If
any knowledge of the
s of this table, this in-
would be greatly appre-
ty is grateful to Repre-
rilliam J. Rish for his
ing funds available for
needed display cases.
ive Rish has. been most
in these projects and
lost helpful.
ns having authentic ar-
aining to Old St. Jo-
ishing to donate them
eum are asked to con-
. H. Brinson, 229-4171.
be picked up and cata-
display.
____ r


Beach Fire Association
In 'Membership Drive
The Mexico Beach Volunteer Fire
Association is sponsoring a mem-
bership dinner Saturday, March 18
from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. Turkey with
all the trimmings is being served.
Residents of Mexico Beach are
urged to attend the dinner at the
Shopping Center and join the As-
sociation. Dues are $6.00 per year
for the family or $3.00 a year for
one person. Members may join at
the -door._or. bring. their .member-.
ship card for the dinner.


Pore Boy's Corner

IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNlASY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 16, 17, 18


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Medium EGGS ---- 2 doz.


Jewel
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Schafer Select
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89c Lemons


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10 Ibs. 49c

lb. bag 29c


Georgia Red Fresh
Sweet Potatoes -----lb. 15c Turnip Greens ---- bunch 49c


Fresh First Cut-LB. Rib Cut-LB.

Pork CHOPS 59c 89c


Georgia Grade "A"
FR YERS--------lb.


29c


Fresh Ground
Hamburger ---3 ibs. $1.69
Full Cut
Round Steak -----b. $1.19


Boneless Chuck


Semi Boneless
7-Bone Steak
Shoulder
Round Roast


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lb. 89c


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Spare Ribs --------lb. 69c


Pork


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All Meat i Taig ls
StewRump Beef Pig Feet 3

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HIGHWAY 98


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Attendance Good but Revenue Falls
Below Normal At Lions Horse Show
Rosalyn Bynum won the Junior max Whitaker, 9; Robbie Robinson,
High point trophy and Randy Mor- 9; Janice Lien, 9; Allen Revell, 9;
ris the Senior award in Saturday's Allison 'ortunas, 8 and Johannah
Port St. Joe Lion's Club Tenth An- Lien, 8.
nual Spring Horse Show. Both are The show was well attended but
members of the Bay County 4-H revenue low in comparison with
Clu b'Rsiding Rebels.' income from previous Spring
Others scoring high in the show shows. Because of local economic
were: Martha Turner, 25 points; conditions, the Lions did not so.
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PAGE OUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1972


New Bethel Sets
Annual Men's Day

The men of New Bethel AMJE.
Church, 146 Ave. C are observing
their annual ,Men's Day Sunday,
March 19; The theme of this year's
observance is "Rise Up, 0 Men of
God".
Beginning with Sunday School
.at 9:45 a.m., the men will have
complete charge of all functions of
-the church for that day. The 11:660
Sa.m., morning worship will feature
as guest speaker, Rev. Franklin
McNeil of Pensacola.
A special treat is -in store for
those' attending the 6:00 p.m. eve-
ning worship. The men of Neiv Be-
thel and'surrounding churches will
present a short program entitled
"The Twelve Disciples". T h e
-"Twelve Disciples" is a description
of the twelve men chosen by our
Lord to be with Him during. His
ministry, and to whom he entrust-
ed the organization of His church.
/ Everyone is invited to come and
worship at New Bethel Sunday and
help mdke this the most successful
Men's Day ever.


Lunch Room Menu

' Mond, March 20
SloIpp Joe 'n bun, buttered
corn, eensalad, cherry pie and
milk.
Tuesday, March 21 .
Baked macaroni 'with cheese,
turnit, greens; tomato s 1i c es,
orange fIell-o with whipped topp-
ing, cldies, cornbread, butter and
milk
Wednesday, March 22
Barbecue beef on rice, green
limas, cabbage and raisin salad,
yellow, cake with cocoa frosting,
bread, butter and milk.
Thursday, March 23
Pork patties, mashed potatoes
with gravy, green peas, lettuce, to-
mato puid pepper,salad, sliced pea-
ches, cornbread, butter and ik.
Friday, March 24 .
Steak- and gravy, rice, collards,
citrus cup, oatmeal cookies, rolls,
butter 5nd milk.

SPINES
StandTall'
In Florida 's
Future!]


First Nine Taking Shape At Course


Port St. Joe's long-awaited golf
course is beginning to look like 'a golf
course .at least the first nine holes
are, with the second nine being roughed
inat the present time.
C. W. Roberts, construction fore-
man for .the George G.. Tapper Company,
builder of the course, says he will be
through this week with all the grading
and shaping of the first nine holes and
will be ready for the irrigation system
installation ,work to begin next week.
Present schedule calls for grassing
. of the fairways and greens of the first
nine holes the middle of April. Roberts
said these holes should be ready for play
by July. a
.',., ,T&e Course isn't.an easy one. .The
golf. course architect put several lakes
in his plans, but Roberts has added a
few of his own in order to get the dirt
for shaping g 0flhe greens and tees an


to construct several small hiHls in the
fairways. The 'lakes will afdc to the al-
ready evident beauty of the course,
which will be slightly over four miles
around when completed.
The lake shown in the left photo
above lies beside the second hole, fair-
way and will provide irrigation water
for the fairways and greens. Roberts
said nearly all the lakes are fed by
spring water and should maintain a near
constant level. The other two photos
show views of the fairways. The truck
shown in the background of the bottom
photo is sitting on top of number two
green.
Roberts said last Friday when these
pictures were taken, he was finished
with six of the first nine holes and had
only some shaping to do on the other
three. Clearing work is already under
way on the last nine.
-r-Star photos


-' ,. A


Scenes From State A Basketball Tournament


,(STR PHOTOS)


Lake Weir's Billy Jo Kendrick (13) gets off a shot as Port St.
Joe's Tim Grandberry (55) puts on the pressure by jumping to block
his shot. Jeff Dixon, on the floor, waits for the rebound for the ball
hawking Sharks.


Big Jim Belin takes one of his short jump shots for two more
points as Gary Speights gets in position for the rebound. Walt
Shelton, Lake Weir's ace, appears to be looking for the ball under
the basket.


Gary Speights (44) lets go for a two-pointer in Saturday's State
Championship game in Jacksonville. Tim Grandberry is ready for
the rebound just in case Speights misses. Billy Jo Kendrick tries
to block Speights' shot.







THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1972 PAGE IV


SSt. Augustine grass is the most
Sopular lawngrass in Florida be-
cause of its great versatility. Its
Worst disadvantage is its suscep-
ti-bility to damage by the chinch
b1ug. They will destroy the entire
'1&wn if they, are not controlled.
-Fortunately, adequate control mea-
gures are available.
St. Augustine grass has a dark
,repn color, excellent shade toler-
ance, good cold tolerance and is
adapted 'to a wide range of soils.


Legal Adv.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
) FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY..
FLRIDA FIRST NATIONAL
BANK at PORT ST. JOE,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
GEORGE C. VATHIS,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GEORGE C. VATHIS,
address unknown


lawn.


Florida =Sd. Crer Time Short for Medicare Enrolment
Fl widely used as a lawngrass. The
nodes are closer together (5-10 per Time Short for Medicare Enrolment
foot) than for 'Roselawn'and leaf
Growth is more vertical. Common C i "Time is running out for persons rate for Part B benefits will be' qualify for re-enrollment before
is lighter green than, Bitter Blue'
ior, Floratine' It is not a particu- desiring to file for Medicare Part $5.80 effective July 1, 1972. This the end of March.
Slor,desirabtine lat n-type St. particu- I B," David Robinson, Social Security premium will be increased from For more information contact
larlydesirable lawn-type St. Au-Field Representative for Gulf 10% to 40% for those who enroll For more information contact
Sgustine grass. County, said today. "March 31 ends after age 65. The office is located at 1316 Har-y office.
N Bitter-Blue 'Bitter Blue' is an TALLAIASSEE -Drivers who t h e 1972 General Enrollment The office is located at 1316 Har-
improved selection which makes an -A-- D- w Period for the medical insuran.. If you were born between Octo- rison Ave., Panama City. Toll free
by SHANNON SMITI excellent lawn. It has a darker cut corners to avoid traffic lights pPe r t B) Mf t medicare. anc ber 1903 and September 1904 and phone service is available by dial-
Home Gronds Specialist green color than 'Roselawn' or and signs are in violati accord-plan (art B) of Medi e.have never filed for this valuable ing "" and asking for WX-4444.
Common, leaves, are shorter and ing to the new State Uniform Traf- Medicare Insurance is that part protection, this enrollment period
University of Florida grow more horizontal than verti- fic Control Law said te Florida of Medicare that helps pay your will be your last chance to file. CLASSIFIED ADS
ca, and the nodes are much closer Colonel Eldrige Beach directorr doctor bills and related medical Those who dropped their coverage "Midget Investments Witt
together (10-15 per foot). These patrol said "Sorn1 drivers' expenses. The monthly premium within the last three years may Giant Return."
characteristics produce a much are tempted during the 8:00 a.m.
l It requires moderate, to high le- moredesirable and dense lawn and 5:00 p.m.traffic rusih6urs to .
vels of maintenance. including 'Bitter, Blue' has been the most, d 50 through parking r reas or t
weekly mowing at 2-3 inches, me- popular St.' Augustine grass for driveways to avoid traffic control
diui to high fertilizvition' levels years in Florida. devices. This maneuver endangers
S hm devices. This maneuver endangers ___ _____B
.(4-6 times per year), and periodic Floratine 'Floratine' is a su- pedestrian and vehicular traffic a-
irrigation even though it has good period? turf type St. Augustine like." .
drought tolerance. grass which was selected from 'Bit- Vehicles shall not be driep from
St. Augustine grass i- establish ter Blue' and released to certified a roadway.to another roadway to
ed by sprigs or sod since no seed sod growers by the Florida Agri- avoid the directions of a' traffic
is commercially available. It es- cultural Experiment Station, in sign or light.
tablishes rapidly and its rather 1957. It is similar to 'Bitter Blue' Beach concluded by saying, "Be
fast growth rate gives it good wear but tolerates closer mowing and patient in traffic, and you tll live i
resistance and recovery from' da retains its blue-green color longer longer." s wa t y o u g e t fo r
mage. This rate of ,growth does into the winter. Its low growing! l
however, cause a bubld-us of vege- abt, ner-textre and proliic s this St. Augustine gras' *should e o t c i t
station' called thatch. This spongy stolon branching' make 'Floratine' not be considered as co .| ety
mass of runners and geavesy iust a very desirable lawngross. Certi- resistant to chinch bugs |Sedtt 's
be removed periodically. Thatch re- fied 'Floratine' can be obtained by 1081 is a vigorous, finetextured SALE DAYS: FRI & SAT.
moval is a difficult maintenance homeowners who desire a superior St. Augustine grass which #0oduces
operation unless proper equipment St. Augustine grass, a dense turf. It's vigor mac be dis-
such as vertical mowers are avail- Scott's 1081 This St. Augus- advantage in that it formsE thick
able locally. tine grass has been advertised as a thatch very rapidly. It is 41so sus"
variety which shows tolerance to ceptible to the same pests as other 'NA ONIC
Problems other than chinch bugs chinch bugs. The degree of resis- varieties. This grass makes an ex- ,P N S I C
include from worms, and two dis- tance or tolerance to chinch bugs cellent lawn but should not be con- B
eases brown patch and gray leaf has not been thoroughly proven sidered as immune to chinch bugs. .12LLCHALI
spot. Nematodes do damage St. O ..._ :


Augustine grass but are not as;
serious a-problem as with most,
other lawngrasses. All pests of St.
Augustine grass can be. controlled
with products now available. Chem-
iral dPTrI kmilfo ar*- llqn available-


YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .. f. .... l. ..0 O. a,"".
that an action on a Promissory There are five varieties of St.
Note secured by a Security Agree- Augustine grass commonly availa-
ment in which one 1970 two door ble. These are differentiated pri-
'Plymouth hard top, serial number marily by color, density and dis-
RM23NOG116629 is described as tance between joints (nodes) on the
Collateral has been filed against runners stolonss), Coarse-textured
you and you are required to serve varieties having very long runners
a copy Qf your written defenses, with few leaves are not desirable
if any, to it on ROBERT M. MOORE for lawns and should not be used
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address unless the more desirable; dense,
is 321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, fine-textured types are not availa-
Florida, on or beforee the 31st day ble.
of March, 1972, and file the origi- Roselawn Roselawn' St. Au-
nal with the Clerk of the said ustine rass, although sold as a
Court either before service on awngrass, is used as a pasture
Plaintiffs Attorney or immediate- awngrass in sout, h Florida. It hasvery
ly thereafter; otherwise a Default ong broad leaves and only 1-5
-will--e entered against, you-for ode per foot length of.stolon. The
the relief demanded in the Com- stems usually have a pronounced
plaint.. reddish color.' This variety pro-
WITNESS my hand and seal pf duces a very coarse, open sod re-
this Court on February 22, 1972. gardless of maintenance and is not
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t gardless of maintenance and is not
Circuit Court k -2 a desirable type for a quality

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J.U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
IN RE MARRIAGE OF:
CECIL E. GLASS, Husband,
and
ALMA GLASS, Wife.
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Mrs. Alma Glass, 16 Askew
Avenue, Hogansville, Georgia.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a,
Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed In the' Circuit
Court in and for Gulf County,
wherein you are. named Respon-
dent. You are further notified that
if you wish to file any answer or
pleadings to said Petition, you
should do so by filing the original o
thereof with George Y. Core, Clerk 'VI SttULE
of the Circuit Court in and for S"
Gulf County, Florida, on or before
the 21st day of March,' 1972, and'
should serve copies thereof upon
the Petitioner's attorney, Thomas
R. Ellinor, Ellinor, Rish and Mann,
323 Magnolia Avenue, Panama
City, Florida 32401. Should you
fail to file any answer or plead-
ings, and serve copies thereof
upon the Petitioner's attorney as
required by law, the relief prayed
for in said Petition may be granted
by default.
Please govern yourself accord-
ingly.
Dated this the 24th day of Feb-
ruary, .1972.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida 4t










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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A. |
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ............----------.... 5:45 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.A&
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"' 1



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DR. EDWARD R. SCRUGGS, Interim Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.AM
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00 A.M.
RAINING- UNION -.-5A-M. ..
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE .--...- 6:30 P.I-..
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PAGE SEVEN


j Dollar Store Remodeled


t: op Dollar has remodeled its Port St. Joe
'-/Store to Jetter serve the Port St. Joe area. ,The
new fixturing and merchandise display units will
'nake it easy and pleasant to shop. ,
The newly remodeled store is jam-packed with
Sresh spring merchandise, especially priced to
telp you with your budget.


The concept of Top Dollar is to bring qual-
ity merchandise with the best possible price and
1ill continue to do so ili the future, according to
Stle store management.
The photo above shows the' interior of the
newly remodeled store :featuring easy access to
'merchandise with roomy, isles and open display.


-Pentecostal. "The Emattled, Cell" Shown Kiwanis
Women Meet .
o '"The Embattled Cell" a filr put Kiwanis Club last Tuesday, by Roy
The monthly meeting of the out by the Americai tCancer So- M. Bobo, area 'worker for the ACS.
Ipentecostal Holiness Women's Aux- city was shown the Port St. Jo The film shows the .workings of
h0iary was held at the home of Mrs. the many cells in the human lung,
Charles Everitt on Monday, March- eachBusiness the intricate defenses the lung has
^1. : !'.;* 'Meacn Busnness ,Men : and the hard work perforned by
* The meeting was. opened by a 'Planning Dutch S Upper many different kinds 'of cells to
!prayer followed by a devotion pre- : protect the lung and keep it heal-
pared by Mrs.'Everitt. Old and new The Mexico Beach Business thy. The narrator of the film said
business were discussed and a re- Men's Association will hold a dutch the human lung is protected by
port was given by each committee. treat supper at the Top of the one of the most efficient filter'
Those attending were Bernice Gulf Restaurant on' Highway 98 at systems known, but still foreign
Gosnell, Maxine Money, Claudine 42nd street Monday, March 20 at substance invades and sometimes
Vandevender, Mae' Plair, Pat At- 6:30 p.m. destroy the lungs.
kins, Sharon Everitt, Willie Mae Following the: supper the regu- Guests of the-club were Key
Lollie, Rita Todd, Bill Summers, lar monthly meeting will be held. Clubbers Eddie Rich and Marvin
Lizzie Raiford, Bell DuBose and All members and interested per- Adkison and Pick Walker of-Pan-
Avery Howell.. sons are urged to attend. ama City.


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Mrs. Armstrong

PIosts Sorority

Eta Upjsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met March 7 in the
home of. Helen Armstrong.
The meeting wasy opened with
members repeating the opening rit-
ual. The president, Dot Williams,;
presided over the b siness meet-
ing.
Eloise Norris was in charge of,
the program on "Litqrature". She
was assisted by Elajiie Jackson,
Sybil Pitzl, Tillie McKiernan and
Barbara Van Camp Whq' gave re-
ports on interesting bhokl she had
read. Eloise then gave each mem-
ber a list of books .he thought
they would enjoy reading,
After the closing (ritual the.
members enjoyed delicfiu, refresh-
ments served by the hostess.


Holly Hendrix Is
initiated by Soro ity

Holly Ruth Hendrix, daughter of,
Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayn !adrix
has been initiated- into 'ibelta
Delta sorority at Stetson Univer-
sity, DeLand.
Miss Hendrix has also' received.
an award for the pledge having the
highest scholastic average of the
fall 1971 pledge class. She has
been elected to the office of fra-
ternity education and activities
chairman.


Girl Scouts Offering
Troop Camp Course

The Apalachee Bend Girl Scout
Council will offer a Troop Camp
Course for all leaders and other
interested adults. It will be given
at the Parker United Methodist"
Church from 10 a.m. until 2 p.nm.
. on March 20 and 22, also on March
124th there will be an overnight"
Scamping, trip for practice of your'
camping skills.


Safety Meet Set

For Employers


The Florida Department pf (Gm-
mierchf'FDC) will hqld two meet,
ings in Panama City Beach '9n
Tuesday, March 21, to explain the
new record keeping regulations of-
the federal Occupational Safety
and Health Act of 1970.
Stephen Marc' Slepin, FDC Jabor
division director, said 'the federal
act requires all employers to keep
records on industrial accidents.,
The meetings will be held' at
the Sands Inn Motel on Panama
City Beach at 10 a.m. and 2 p;m.
Employers will need to., atend
only one of the meetings as the ma-
terial covered will be the same for
both sessions.
Employers or their representa-
tives in Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes
'Jackson and Washington cotities
are urged to attend.


,Meeting Set to
Organize Softball

A meeting has been scheduled'
for Friday evening at 7:00 p.m.
to organize a softball league ifor.
summer play. The move is being
headed up by Gene Raffield.
Anyone interested in playrnhg
in an organized league during
the summer is urged to attend.


How's

Your

Hearing?

Chicago, Ill.-A free offer of
special interest to those who
hear but do not understand,
words has been announced by
Beltone. A non-operating model
of the smallest Beltone aid ever
mnade will be given absolutely
free to anyone answering this
advertisement.
Try it to see how it is worn
in the privacy of your own
home without cost or obligation
of any kind. It's yours to keep,
free. It weighs less than a third
of an ounce, and it's all at ear
level, in one unit. No wires lead
from-body to head.
These models are free, so we
suggest you write for yours
now. Again, we repeat, there is
up cost and certainly no obliga-
tion. Write to Dept. 5402. Bel-
tone Electronics Corp., 4201 W.
Victoria, Chicago, Ill. 60646.


Cindy Atkins Named Queen


At Pentecostal Church Event


- Miss Cindy Atkins was "Miss
G. A. Queen" Sunday in the Pen-
tecostal Holiness Church on Gar-
rison Avenue. Pictured left to
right are Sherrie Howell, first
runner-up; Cindy Atkins, "Miss
G. A. Queen" and Janet Stansel,
second runner-up. ...
Miss Atkins is 13 years of age
and an eighth grade student at
Port St. Joe High School: She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wesley Atkins of 1014 Marvin
Avenue.
The Girl's Auxiliary is a
branch of the Woman's Auxiliary
of the Woman's Auxiliary of the
Pentecostal Holiness Church.
March 12 was National Woman's


Auxiliary Day in the Pentecos-
tal ,Holiness Church and the en-
tire morning service was under
the direction of the chapter of
the local church. A program "To
Youth With Love" was presented
by the Auxiliary.
The final part of the Sunday
program was the crowning of the
G.A. Queen. There are three
groups of GA's in the church
and the girls of the two older
are eligible to seek the honor of
becoming Queen.
To become GA queen a girl
must earn more points than the
other participants. The girls may
earn points by church attend-
/


English Evangelist Speaking at Long

Avenue Baptist Church Sunday A.M.


The Long Avenue Baptist
Church announces special ser-.
vices in their church on Sunday, ,
March 19 at the, morning wor-
ship services. Dr. Owen Murphy,
of London, England, an interna---
tional evangelist of world repute,
Bible teacher and speaker will
be the pulpit guest; Dr.-Murphy
is touring America in the inter-
est of world revival.
Dr. Murphy was director of
the London Revival Crusade Par-
ty, has spoken in over 2,800
churches in the United States.
He is accompanied by his wife,
an accomplished soloist, who
will sing during the morning
worship service.- The subject of
Dr. Murphy's message is "When
God Stepped Down From Hea-
ven"..
Emphasis will be placed upon
missions at both evening ser-
vices. Dr. J. K. Solomon, a for-
mer missionary in the Panama
Canal Zone will conduct a forum
on Home Missions at 6:00 p.m.
He will bring a sermon on mis-
sions at the evening worship ser-
vice at 7:00 p.m.
Reverend J. C. Odum, Pastor,


Rotarians Shown
Film of Rodeo

Rotarians were shown a film by,
George Holland last Thursday of
fishing scenes made in the Bay,
the Gulf and at the Grand Isle, La., I
Fishing Rodeo, which he attends'
each year. Holland is operator of
the "Miss Hospitality", a charter
boat operating out of Port St. Joe.
Holland's boat landed a 500
pound Martin in last year's Rodeo
to take the prize with a fish that
was a record for the history of the
event.
One enjoyable part of the film
was a scene showing the paper
mill smoking and operating. It
brought back memories.
Guests of the club were John
Cosmata of Mobile, Ala., and Jesse
Stone. q

Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Davis, Jr.,
(Nee Susan Gainous) announce the'
arrival, February 21, of a son, Doug-
las Lee III at Bay Memorial Hospi-
tal, Panama City, Fla. He weighted
in at six pounds 11 ounces.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. James L Bates of Panama
City. Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Davis, Sr. of
Dothan, Alabama.


extends a cordial welcome to
the people of this area to attend
all of the services next Sunday.


Dr. Owen Murphy


ance, bringing visitors to church,
making visits to the sick, sending
cards to the sick, scripture mem-
orization and raising money. All
of the money earned will go into
the treasury and will be used for
the benefit of the chapter.
Miss Atkins was crowned 'by
the GA sponsors, Mrs. Sammie
Wester and Avery Howell. She
was presented yellow carnations
by the pastor of the church,
James L. Gosnell. The robe she
wore was of purple velvet lined
with gold which are the colors
of the Girl's Auxiliary. Miss At-
kins was also presented with a
charm bracelet which will be
hers to keep. She will reign for
a year as queen of the local chap-
ter.
The first and second place
winners were presented with a
corsage of yellow carnations.


C- 'Averages Over
A Call A Month

Over the past six months Gulf
County Civil Defense personnel
have been called out for search
and rescue seven times and seven
times all phases of each operation
have been carried out. This aver.
ages over a call a month, which is
probably one of the highest aver.
ages in the state organization.
The local unit, headed up b5
Richard Lancaster, Gulf Count5
Civil Defense Director, boasts one
of the finest communications net
works in the state. Two rescue ve
hicles are on call 24 hours a das
and a highly organized staff round,
,out the organization.
The organization can always us(
more help and asks that anyone(
interested in serving others, joir
the organization today.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


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People Should Take Precautions,

Burning Woods In Dry Weather


Anyone wishing to do outside
burning should be extremely care-
ful, especially during dry "nd win-
dy periods. Contact the piiion
if Forestry before doing a y'e
if open burning, including, :cash
fires.
Before doing any agricult ral or
silvicultural open burning, ermis-
sion is required from the DiVirion
of Forestry. Such open burning is
restricted to between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and one hour before sun-
set. However, the Divisioni f'For-
estry may allow burning at other
times when atmospheric conditionF
permit.
The careless use of fire hasdaus-:
,d much damage to timberT1 d, in
the county in the past. Persons
guilty of .causing these fires usu-
ally have not followed proper grp,
cedures for burning or they hav@
used poor judgment as wheriZ,,:
burn.
The burning of trash in rural
areas is a common cause of ,id-
fires when safety precautions are
not taken. Landowners may ,lso
get into trouble with their n-
trolled burning if they do, not :'1-
low established safety rules .nd
.do not use good.judgment in their
burning. Under good burning don-
ditilons a landowner may be safe
to burn, off hig land if he has plw-
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he picks, a dry, windyday to do NAis
burning however, he risks the
chance of his fire getting across
the firelines and starting fires- on
his neighbor's lands.
In this case he may be charged
with costs lfr .suppressing the fire
and wbuld bi' liable for suit for
damages caused by the fire.


All persons who intend to do
my burning should familiarize
themselves with Florida's Forest
Fire laws which are available at
local Division of Forestry offices.
Florida Law, Statute 590.12, gives
the legal procedure for burning
land. It means that persons may
burn their own land but to legally
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do so he must get permission from
the Division of Forestry, notify.
his neighbors, provide for the con-
trol of the fire with manpower,
firelines and fire fighting equip-
ment, prevent its escape to adjoin-
ing lands and watch over it until
it is out.
Florida Statute 590.13 gives the


civil liability of persons causing.*
fires. This means that a person
who sets a fire on another person's
land or lets a fire escape from his
own property to some other per-
son's land or lets a fire escape
from his own property to some
other person's land may be sued
for all damages caused by the fire.


Rodney Nobles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Nobles, signed a grant in aid agreement with
Au:.iin-Peay State University, Clarkesville, Ten-
nesses this weekifor a four year football schol-
arship. Nobles is shown above signing the agree-


ment .Monday morning. Looking on is his father,
seated and his coaches, left to right, Wayne Tay.
lor, Kesley Colbert, Bill Wood and Jerry Lew-
ter. Bill Dupes is the coach of Austin-Peay.
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qoj19 STAR- PatS t. Joe Floida THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 19.72


Dr. Wesley Grace, chairman of
the Gulf County Heart Fund drive
this year offers his thanks to the
many workers who gave of -their.
time and efforts to make the drive
a success. .
Dr. Grace offered a special "'ex-
pression of thanks to those who
contributed .to this worthy cause
at a time when contributions are'
not easy to. secure in the Port St.
Joe area.

S. CASSIFIEr) Anrf
S ide Investment Wuith
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Team 3 won three games from
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Save ^E ECa.natl $ seaalS! AP Brand Ready Made FreA sh Quick Frozen Fr-q 8 oz k 55
SPOTATO S AA...Cr49t Chicken Backs 5 69c z C
POTATO SALAD49 Ccken Backs -- 5 lb. 69c
Um, (-nto

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Ched.0-Bit Process American or Pimenlt "Spectall
CHEESE SPREADI...... 2 99c
Ann Page CornE Oil Speciall
MARGARINE....... .00
Breaksfone ..Speciall
COTTAGE CHEESE..... 39c


Friskies
Dog Food
All Flavo.



Paste
3412-.$

sl.O L$
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Sunnybrook Fresh Ga. Grade 'A'

LARGE EGGS

2 doz. 89c

Homogenized A&P
Fresh Milk -- gal. $1.40
Kraft Half Moon Longhorn
CHEESE -- 10 oz. 79c
v--ft 8 Oz. Jar
Cheese Whiz -- jar 63c
scerarr Amencon taing _es
CHEESE SLICES.........' c
Kraft Maxl Cup Spdclall
PARKWAY MARGARINE...,:43c
4c off Labell Kraft Regular
MIRACLE MARGARINE.. 40c
Golden Rise Sweelmllk or Bultermilk Specdall
BISCUITS.......... 3 125c
Merico Cinnamon Rolls or Cinnamon Speciall
DANISH ROLLS...... 3489c
Tropicana Fresh
ORANGE JUICE.......3 89c


[ A'E ONFRS PODC ATAPj


Firm, Ripe Special!
FRESH TOMATOES....i..b.25c
Russet Special!
BAKING POTATOES... 10 bag 69c
sp Fresh
Carrots --....2 b. bag 23c
Medium Size special !
YELLOW ONIONS....... k9c
Washington State'Red Special!
DELICIOUS APPLES........ .- 25c
Fresh, Hard, Head Special!
GREEN CABBAGE......... -9C


A&P GARGLE and


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, Th s Coupon
SCoupe. Jar s R n Retail
1 l 7mit I w/Coupon & $5. or more order /
excluding Cigarettes Coupon Sgood
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S Prices Inls
Ad Are Good
Through Saturday
March 18, 1972
In The
Following lores


A 0 n 'Al 3 i A ar


A&r 200 Ct., 2 Ply
FACIAL TISSUES
4 pkgs. $1.00
Asiofed Colors Speciall
NORTHERN TOWELS...3 Ju$1."
For the Bathroom Speciall
NORTHERN TISSUE....... .,10c
Why Pay More? Special
MAHATMA RICE......3 53c
Check & Comparel Special!
UPTON TEA BAGS ......*"0 69c
-".,d Clara 40 FI. Oz.
Prune Juice---- btl. 63c
Daily ISY2 Oz. Can
Dog Food ----- can 10c
Pure Vegetabre
CRISCO SHORTENING....* 99c
Out Ow Krabft SliX-Fok l,-
RIT 45c I ..t. "8a 89
h 12 Oz. esese '89c
RITZ -------- 45c wi n. h *89c"
M'rvP1-l lb. box Swiss Cheese ..'.O5
SALTINES -__ 29c


Final exams begin next week
for more than 1,100 students at
Florida. State Univsrtiay who are
candidates for degrees to be award-
ed at the end of the' winter quar-
ter, March 18. .
Close to, 700 of this ~nmber are
completing' studies for- bachelor's
degrees, and more, than 300 are
candidates for master's degrees.
Seventy doctorates and 46 law de-
grees are included in the total es-
timate. .Z
Port St. Joe students who are
candidates for degrees include
James D. Macomber, 1003 Marvin
Avenue majoring in Social Work
and Jerome L. Davis, 127 Avenue
C, majoring in Law.
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Wood in Demand

In Florida

By Ralph J. Edenfield
County Forester
Wood-hungry. industries a r e
everywhere in Florida.
In some industries, the outcome
products are little different from
the things fashioned of wood in
1631, when the first U. S. sawmill
began, operation at Berwick, Maine.
Such basics housing, ships,
doors, furniture still create fan.
tastic demand on our forest re.
sources. Many of these industries
consume wood without ever seeing
trees. They are secondary wood
users, so we call them.
But not because they are of se.
condary importance to Florida's
economy they couldn't be more
important.
Mills and factories (or "cabinet
works"), specializing in everything
from prefab homes to boat and
restaurant bars and pecky cypress
panelling for plush movie lobbies,
offer a new dimension for Flor.
ida forests that the early colo-
nist hadn't thought of!
Florida's mobile home market,
second largest in the United
States, is a prime user of South-
ern yellow pine, as are many ol
Florida's secondary wood-using in.
dustries. About 50 per cent of the
pine supply is grown in Florida.
Other native species are also heav-
ily depended upon.
Mobile and modular homes and
camper trailer frames depend also
on Western softwoods, spruce,
Douglas fir and white pine, as pre-
ferred building material.
Last year, the mobile home in-
dustry alone in Florida used 55
million board feet of lumber, many
fore feet of particle board and pan-
eling. Production of these units
may conceivably double in the next
year.
To give you the big picture of
this and other wood users, the Di-
vision of Forestry has compiled a
directory e n t i tled "Secondary
Wood Using Industries in Florida".
It is available by writing to the
Division of Forestry, Collins Build-
ing, Tallahassee 32304.
Secondary wood users are in
some respects-like sleeping bears
-just emerging in Florida with
voracious appetites for wood. They
include paper and paperboard man-
ufacturers, naval stores processors
and treated wood plants.
Florida's secondary wood using
industries are primary to the econ-
omy!


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game and 473 series, a 537 series and a 204 game. Loyee ,Comforter's ---------50 42 1 and R. B. Richardson had 533.
Standings W L Beaman had a nice 519 series and Shirt and Trophy -- 48 44 Basic Magnesia took three from
S-- Team 3 _. 53 23 a 209 game 'for the Stevedores. Sears No. 2 _----. 0 92 13 Mile Oyster Co. Bo Bouington's
U Sears No-. 1- 511 24% St. Joe Furniture and Shirt and- 490 was high for Basic while Rob.
Add-A-Room--------- 4 35 St. Joe Furniture and hirt and ert Montgomery's 462 led 13 Mile.
-- Admd-A-Room S D40_:3_ 35 Trophy split two games each. Jo Gulf County Men's League St. Joe Bowling Lanes took three
Campbella's Drugsk36%-3 39 tal aced the furniture team St. Joe Bowling Lanes took three
Player's Market ... 35% 40% Sealy paced the furniture team Lanes 1 and 2 had Richard's from Shirt and Trophy Center.
Team.. 4 11 65 With a 485 series and a 194 game. Raiders take three points from Bobby Larkin's 539 led the Lanes
Patsy Cooley was' high for Shirt Marvin's TV. B. J. Richards led while Troy Gay's 485 topped Shirt
: and Trophy with a 490 series, the Raiders with 551 aided by War- and Trophy.
Wednesday Night Ladies League Williams Alley Kats won three' ing Murdock's 534. Jimmy Costin's Standings W L
S'Florida Bank maintained their games from Comforter's. Norma 501 was tops for Marvin's. Roche Furniture ---- ---64 36
holdooni first place by taking all Hobbs paced the Kats with a 478.. Furniture took Richards aiders --- 53 43
Campbell's. Barbara Mongold had four games from Sears. Christine series. Comforter's was led by Lois R.oche's FurntureMtoo. h-arvin's TV 53 47
a 344 series and 146 game for Lightfot was high for the bank Smith's 463 series. from Campbell's Drugs. haen for Basic Magnesia -------- 49 47
Team Four. witiAi a: s 479 series. Marguerite S L 'Rocheams *i a 677 series and Shirt and Trophy-------48 52
Add-A-Room won four games Whitenurst rolled a 398 series for Standings W L Roche's i h ^ 677d series therSt. Joe Lanes---------46 50
from Player's Market. Patti Hol- Sears' Florida Bank --------58 34 games of 224,20 and 250. Other Campb11's Drugs------41 59
land had a 186 game and Evelyn :* St. Joe Furniture 54% 37% members of Roche's teamhadJer 13 Mile Oyster Co. -- 38 58
Murdock had a 459-series for Add- .:St oe Kraft won three games St. Joe Stevedores 53% 38% ry Colvin with 564,David Roche, l l n sro
A-Room. Mary Whitfield was high frohm the 'Stevedores behind the St. Joe Kraft ------ 53 38- 524, and Red Todd, 514. Ralph
bowler for Player's with a 176 beWi~g. of Evelyn Smith who had Williams Alley Kats -50% 41% Ward led Campbell with a 549
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo*, Flqrldu rHURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1972


dough, match each additional
M cup of flour with one egg.
Place flour in sizeable bowl
and make a well in center of flour.
^iIn another bowl ,beat eggs and
water together well and then gra-
dually pour into flour until all is
flaked. Knead well until a firm
dough is formed on board or on
bowl, for about 15 minutes or
SI I N E N more. Smooth outer surface with
oil and cover with wax. paper or
dish and let set for about one hour
C" I4TT ER for dough to mellow.
On a floured board, roll out
y Th6 Flori Po C iortI~ eiugh dobgh to. a clean-like thick-
.'f:, is the fay for a ll ness in sizes up to 18 inches in
erit menu. ~u 11m pkepaie eg diameter and set aside on cloth,
",odles with iavli meat ill wopden, dowel, broom handle or
ak; e an exfip supply for ree d. When sheets of dough have
_ use on yfur btisy 1days. P. dried to a slight crust, you fold
ahead aid freezing paves over add over to a width of 1-%.
.much time and it's eeonomil, inAi aiers and cut to strips 6f
to0 __.1 1


inch or less and then unfold im- crumbs.
mediately to avoid sticking to- From your noodle ecipe, roll
gether. out the dough sheets f 18 in. or ate
Spread out sparingly on flat sur- morq, following saine instructions N am ed to FLC C
faces to dry thoroughly, turning, in making noodles. Place one sheet'
them occasionally to dry evenly on working board and space, them
and avoid sticking, i about 2 in. apart. Plage about Frank Pate, Jr., Mayor, City of 1972 Committee on Municipal Pub-
RavIoi Mt aIG Itou% teaspoon of filling in even Port St. Joe, was fecently appoint- lic Relationss of the., Florida
RAVIOLI MEAT FILLINGS to % teaspoon of fng in ed to serve as a member of the League of Cities by League Pre-
1 dozen meat balls as made with rows. With this accomplished, pick sident Dick A. Greco, Jr., Mayor
spaghetti sauce out anothersheet ot rolled doughty
% cup seasoned bread crumbs to match the size set pp with fill- dry. After they have dried with of Tampa.
1 can (15 oz.) prepared spinach, ing. Place it directly over and care- a slight, crust, they are ready to The Committee on Municipal
well drained fully to avoid shiftig.. Press a-, cook in a pot of slow boiling water. Public Relations is one of seven
2 eggs -round mounds of firlipg with fin-i Use sufficient water and salt to standing study committees which
Scup grated Romano cheese gers or with cookie cutting tool taste. Cook until tender ,about 15 encompass more than 150 elected
Salt and pepper to taste, if're- with the horizontal eni,'or a crimp- minutes. Strain carefully not to officials in Florida. Serving on the
uired er. break apart and serve with toma" 1972 committee will be 21 members
Run meat balls and spinach! Using the other e or cutting sauce under the chairmanship of Robert
through meat chopper. or electric wheel of cookie tool, ut ut even- Other fillings can be made with P. Murkshe, Mayor of Cocoa Beach.
blender. To this, add other ingre- ly up and down tbroolg1the corn- Ricotta, chicken or 'other fowl and
diets and ix well in a bowl. This pressed edges into squares. Pick up other forms of prepared meat. All The committee was established
,should world up into a stiff paste. with spatula and separate indivi- these must be proud relationships in the cities in there
If too soft, add more of the bread dually on covered flqt surfaces to texture to form the paste relationships in the cities in the


committee


anticipation that good community
relations and understanding will as-
sist in the prevention of riots, dis-
order and defiance of law and or-
der.
The committee has worked to
improve relations with the news-
paper and television media to ima.
prove citizen awareness concern-
ing efforts of public officials.
The first meeting of all 19'72
League committee has been
scheduled during the Eleventh An-
nual Conference for City Officials
and City Attorneys to be held fol-
lowing the close of the 1972 Legis-
lature.
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Sunshih, Krispy


CRACKERS


LUaVi nu,,I, '4M t
G fin v.'
NOTICE II \w'"HB"M
Gulf County's voting machines 1 .
will be sealed for Tuesday's pr- Box,
mary elections Monday, March 13 J 1
-will be sealed in the Gulf County / .. .
Courthouse.
MiS. DESSIE LE PACKER
Supervisor of Elections Campbell TOMATO

OF THE9 FOUWN L-r,.NTH
JUDICIAL CIkCUbT 'OF
FLOlMDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY .0 U P MW
W. C. ROCHE,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
1HUBERT GRIFFIN and EUNICE
-M. GRIFFIN, iC
Defendaitif-
NOTI 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- fggly Wiggly Announces Another New Product
sued out' of the above entitled Annsoup n ce and pleasure Staye
-Court, in the above entitled cause, For Your Shopping Convenience and Pleasure! tayfr
-having levied upon the, following I 5* _* D 1 1 i A
personal property, situate, lying X -10 4 5
and being in Gulf County, Florida, I i *a Il C ... ....
-to.wit: INO
One (1) 1967 Schevelle Model
House Trailer, Size 53xl12', Sbr- Whipped 42 Oz. Can Putie Vegetable Shrtening
-4a1 No. 5378042,- 4 I
:as the property of the above named
Defendants, and that upon the 10th
-day of April, A.D., 1972, b'etwben
the legal hours of sale, namely, IT Can $7.00 or r Purhase
11:00 o'clock in the forenoonn and r -.. 1 Can ith $.00 or MorePurase
'2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, on -
said day, at the front door of the Ah Flavors OHUG-A-LUG Canned- 12 Oz. Cans
-Court House in Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, I will offer for I I il J
sale and sell to the highest bidderJ D 0
'for cash, in hand, the above des- I0 *
'eribed property, as the property of MlIT 12 Cans with $7.00 or More Purchase
said Defendants, to satisfy said
'execution. OUSE T .
B, E. PARKER, Sheriff WE HOUSE ...
Gulf County, Florida 4t3-9
IN* THEIRCUIT COURT, F E E LB. BAG
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL COFFEE -- 9
CIRCUIT, OF THE STATE IMIT .. 1 Can with $7.00 or More Purchase
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTy. All Varieties 13 Ounce Can Style Brand
CASE NO. 72-35
NATIONAL HOMES ACCEPTANCE

'Plaintiffs, PRA Y
ERIC W. CARTER and wife, 25 Count Bottqleuet" Stainless
LORRAINE A. CARTER, AlkaSeltzer ----- pkg. 64C "Boqet" Stainless
Defendants. Multi-Vitaniins 100 Count
NOTICE' OF SUIT IN / I41
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE One-A-Day-----btl. $2.79 K Inife
TO: Eric W. Carter .and Lorraine Multi-Vitamins with Iron 100 count
A. Carter, 4231 South 9th, One-A-Day bt $3.19 Each
Phoenix, Arizona $ Each
You, Eric W. Carter and Lor- I Multiple Vitamins 60 Count '1
raine A. Carter, are hereby noti- CHOCKS ------bI. $1.89 Bring a springtime of freshness to
fied that a complaint to foreclose .every table with satin-brushed Bou-
a mortgage on the following des- Multiple Vitamins with Iron 60 Count quet Stainless. You'll love its softly
cried property, to-wit: CHOCKS ------ btl. $2.18 sculpted Iforal design and delicate
Lot F ve (5) and Lot Seven (7) pluid lines. Collect as many pieces
Bl e tys te Kitchen Kaper Twin Pack as you like at this week's extra
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, Potato Chips --- pkg. 33c
according to the Official Map or i .... _-__ _l__ _i
Plate thereof on file in the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Jumbo Rolls Marcal Quality Detergen
Gulf County, Florida, A
has' been filed against you and you I W J
are required to serye a copy of, TOW ELS FA B
your answer 6r pleading to the
complaint on the plaintiffs attor- .
ney, Earl R. Duncan, 1610 Becls Large
Avenue, Panama City, Florida Rolls Box
32425,-and file the original answer I
or pleading in the office of the -
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf. -
County, Florida, on or before the
10th day of April, 1972. If you Ciarmin
fail to do so, judgment by default -Rin PEACHES Bathroom TISSUE 4 rol
will be taken against you for the I-Rll, .PA. CH S Bathroom TISSUE 4 roll
relief demanded in the complaint. Parade Cut 16 Oz. Cans
DONE AND ORDERED at Port No. 2A Cans GREEN BEANS
St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, this 3 a
6th day of March, 1972. 3 tons $1.0 0 3 Ring W. K. -- 16 Oz. Cans
GEORGE Y. CORE GOLDEN CORN 6 c
Clerk, Circuit Court
(SEAL) 4t-3-9


Prices Effective March 15 thru 21
Quantity Rights Reserved


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SHAMROCK SPECIALS


AT PIGGLY WIGGLY


Hickory Smoked Sliced 5 I
Picnics-- lb. 9c
Bob White Sliced 5
Bacon -- b. 6 C

Hamslb. 69C
Fresh Beef
Liver -----,. 59c
1.A4zl 'Tender Sliced Beef
IN Liver ----- lb. 59c

-, Steak6----b. 69c
Our Best Ground
A eef lb. 69c
Choice Lean Ground
+ Chuck--- Ib. 99
Idahoan Parmous Brand : '
INSTANT POTATOES -------8 oz. 29c
.esh Plump, Red
STRAWBERRIES --------.. 3 pints $1.00
ColUorful .
Colorful Golden CARROTS --- lb. cello 1Sc


Crisp Solid -
Fresh Head ETTiUCE -- ....- ea. 2
B|dseye Famous Brand
Fpozen AWAKE ----- 9 oz. 39c
Golden Shore Frozen
S RIMP CREOLE-------' .. 8 oz. 59c
Mot-"on Mac. and Cheese or 8 Oz. Pkgs.
Spaghetti and Meat -----5 pkgs, $1.00
KAfft Pure
Pure ORANGE JUICE---.--half gal. 69c
Krait
Miracle Whip OLEO---------1 lb. 39
Kraft
Parkay Whip OLEO I-----1 b. 49c


Georgia Grade 'A' LARGE

EGGS
Georgia Grade 'A' MEDIUM

EGGS


2 Doz.09


2


Do 79c


Georgia Grade "B"


FRYERS

33c


SQuartered
FRYER BREAST


39c

SQuprtered
'FRYER THIGHS

S37c


Golden Ripe Chiquita

BANANAS





Round, White

POTATOES


EGO NOODLES
4 cups flour'
4 eggs .
.4 tAblesponfs water
1 teaspoon vegetable oil
'For larger quantities of noo

A Ol AJu


Hunt's 15 Oz. Cans Sunshine
I pkg. 39c TOMATO JUICE -------2 cans 35c KRISPY CRACKERS -- 1 lb. box 39c
All Varieties Hunt's Campbell's Veg.
4 cans 88c SKILLET DINNERS -- ------each 79c BEEF SOUP 2 cans 45c
Jim Dandy Stay Free
ans $1.00 DOG FOOD 25 lb. bag $1.99 MAXI PADS : ----pkg. of 10 45c


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L49c


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1c


Ajax Liquid

CLEANER
Giant
Size 8c


Mix or Match Morton's
Frozen Beef, Chicken or Turkey

POT PIES
8 oz.
Pkgs.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1972-
I 1


PAGE~W~!vp


All of Florida's 67 counties
will be 'operating food stamp
programs by May 1, according,to
plans outlined by the U. S. De-
partment of Agriculture's Food,
and Nutrition Service:and Flor-
ida's Division of Family Services.
With 20 counties already in
the. program, 16 others began
'food stamp ,operations on March
1. They will be.followed by 15
-more on April 1, with the re-
maining 16 .going on the food,
-stamp program on. May 1. This


will make Florida the second
state in the Southeast to have a
food stamp program in each
county.
Currently, South Carolina. is
the. only state in the .Southeast
that provides food assistance for
its low-income people solely
through the issuance of food
stamps.
" The move, to make Florida an
all food, stamp state began
when the Florida legislature vot-
ed funds..to' finance-the opera-


tion of the program throughout
the state.
Last November, USDA's Food
and Nutrition Service designat-
ed the state's remaining 47 coun-
ties for food stamps. It was ad-
ded that the date for the actual
change-over would depend upon
the time it would take Florida
and USDA. officials to complete
the necessary preparations.
.-Russell H. James, Southeast
regional director of USDA's Food
and 'Nutrition Service, praised


E. Douglas Endsley, director of
the Division of Family Services
of the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services and his
staff for the speed in which they
made the plans for converting
the 47 counties from food dis-
tribution to food stamps.
Gulf County, along with Ba-
ker, Clay, Duval, Bay, Leon, Wa-
kulla, Hamilton, Jefferson, La-
fayette Madison, Suwannee Tay-
-lor Palm- Beach and Pinellis.
Counties ,are to begin food stamp


,1


operations on April 1.
In charge of'the new .state of-.;
fices will be Ciawford Bishop,
Jacksonville; Robert Bacon, Pan-
ama City and Charles Lynch,
Tampa.
In the food stamp program,
low-income people use the mon-
- ey they normally spend for food
I to buy food stamps-or coupons
as they are also called-worth
far more. The coupons are then
spent like cash in authorized
.food stores.


SCounty Agent Cubie Laird Says

Agriculture Creates Jobs Everywhere


Port St. Joe's Sandy Quinn gets a hand on the ball as Lake
Wei's Walt Shelton takes a short jumper: Jim Belin goes up to
block the shot. High scoring Shelton was held to 15 points by the
defense-minded. Sharks Saturday afternoon. '
---Star photo
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. Agriculture creates jobs. In all
its parts; agriculture is the na-
Stion's biggest industry, says a
University of Florida agricultur-'
al economist.
From growing food and fiber
to, selling it at the super market,
accounts foi" approximately one
out of every five jobs in private
enterprise.
Family income buys consider-
ably more food today than 20
cars ago. Agriculture has be-
come much more, efficient -and'
consumer incomes have risen
faster than food prices. Here's
what the average U. S. factory
worker can buy with an hour's
pay:
: (The first figure represents
the year 1950; the second in each.
category, 1971) White bread, 10.1
lbs., 14.1 lbs.; Milk, 7 qts, 10,4
qts.; Frying chicken, 2.4A,lbs., 8.9
i.lbs.; Butter, 2 lbs., 4 Ibs.; Eggs,
S2.4 doz., 6.4 doz.; Porl'chops, 1.5


Football Banquet

The Port St. Joe High iSchool
Football Awards Banquet 'ill be'
-held Saturday evening ait 8:00
p.m. in the Commonsi Area' of the.
'school.
Guest speaker for ti pecceasiaon
will be Mickey Andrews, coach
of the NAIA champions of Livy-
ingston State College in". Alaba-
ma. -
Tickets are now on sale. They
;Ire available from Mrs. Myra
Lancaster at Avco. Financial
Services.


lbs. 3.4 lbs. -
Diets are more, varied People
-are buying much more beef and
poultry Athan they .did 10 years
ago. Amerianris are 'dining out
more oftep 'boosting food sales
from eating, out by a whopping
73 percent. ,

Family, food assistance pro-
grams are provided for more
than 14"million people.. The Na-
tional School Lunch Program
reaches 4.4 million children and
more than' 800,000- children re-
ceive.. nutritious breakfast at
school *der the school Break-
fast Prograrm.
People' spent more. than $100
billion on fod. in this country
last yea---and about $68 ',billion
of that was to get food from the
farm to your table. The food was
assembled, graded, stored, pro-
cessed,- packaged,, wholesaled
and retailed-about 392 million
tons of it.
-Th foods that poured into
your sluer market came in 6,000
to 8,000 different forms-many
of which did not exist five yeras
ago 'and may very well not exist
five years from now. That's be-
cause Americans demand newer
and better foods with more built-
in conveniences. You like food
in attractive packaging that pre-
serves, :the quality, Packaging
cost,$19- billion last year.
What's'more, the food market-
ing systemm is now testing a com-
puterized checkout, inventory
and .-9dering system that may
revolutionize food retailing a'id
.shopp ig patterns, the econom-
' is.t says.


Shark Baseball Team Chalks Up Three

i Wins and One Loss In First Week


Jim Belin, left, Sandy Quinn, center and Kendrick Bryant, right,
hem in Lake ,Weir's Steve Collins as he attempts to maneuver the
ball toward the goal. The Sharks' tight defense was the key to
their championship win over Lake Weir. -
S-Star photo


Port St. Joe's baseball team is
getting off to a good start this
season with wins over Apalachi-
cola, Blountstown and DeFuniak
Springs and one loss to, big God-


Park Shot Down

(Continued From Page 1)
shoreline at Highland View.
Commissioner Silas Player had
asked the Corps to do this in
the past few months, in order to
replace sand which has eroded
away over the years and to pro-
tect Highway 98 from washouts.
The Board will meet with In-
gram in the .near future.


Sharks Champs

(Continued From Page 1)
state championship-their long-
est streak of the season.
Port St. Joe also controlled
the backboards with B eli n,
l aiGrandberry and Speights crowd-
ing everyone else out from under
the boards just as they did Sat-
urday afternoon. But Jim Belin
sat out nearly a quarter of Fri-
day's game in foul trouble.
S. Grandberry scored 21 points
to lead the Sharks' balanced scor-
-- ing which showed all five start-
-.. = ers scoring in double figures.
_-- -_ ~ The Sharks led at halftime,
S-35-29, but Sandy Quinn hadn't
began to score and Belin was
sidelined. Belin came back after
intermission and the Sharks leap-
ed to 4 12 point lead in the first
three minutes. From then on it
was all down hill for the Sharks.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 14 21 19 26--80
Kendrick Bryant goes in for two points-with Lake Weir's Walt DeSoto ------... 15.-14 17 21-67
Shelton attempting to defend. Gary Speights is again right under Port St. Joe-Grandberry, 9-3-
t{!e ba*pt in position for the rebound. Lake Weir's Billy Jo Ken- 21; Belin, 6-3-15; Bryant, 5-1-11;
drick is shown in the foregrout. .. ..... Quinn, 5-2-12; Speights, 6-4-16
--Star phqtot Barnes, 1-1-3; Dickens,--1-0-2.


by of 'Tallahassee,
Last Thursday, the Sharks op-
ened their season with a 9-1 win
over Apalachicola. Bubba Har-
mon led the Sharks, with two
doubles. Jim Faison and Steve
Owens' both had a double. Ken
Whittle and Kenny Weimorts ad-
ded a'single a piece.
Senior transfer (Texas), Robert
Hughes port sided the Oyster-
men with only three hits striking
out four batters and giving-up
one walk. -

Friday, the Sharks ran its rec-
ord to 2-0 with a 2-0 win over
Blountstown.
Port St. Joe was led by the hit-
ting of catcher Eddie Summers
with.,two singles and one run
batted in. Steve Owens, Ken Wei-
morts& and Ken Whittle each col-
lected a single. '
Bubba Harmon was the winn-
ing pitcher allowing the Tigers
three' base hits and no runs.
The Sharks played errorless
ball, collecting two runs on five
hits. '

The Sharks met Godby in Tal-
laliassee Saturday morning and
were defeated 4-2 by a team con-
sidered by many to be the best
in Tallahassee.
Robert Hughes gave up four
hits, ito Godby, giving up one
earned run. The Cougers scored
three runs on costly Shark er-
rors.
The Sharks were held to only
two hits, singles by Steve Ow-
ens and Ken Weimorts.
No information was available
at press time on the DeFuniak
Springs game which the Sharks
woij 8-7.
iL '' .
Tie Sharks will meet Chipley
here tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
and' possibly will play Godby
here, Saturday morning. This last
game is still in the arrangement
stage.


a ISSI... S + .
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FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Low FOR SALE: 1969 Datsun pick-up '
i equity. Take up payments. Call truck with new.engine and fuel AMERICAN LEGION
229-2451. or 229-6201. pump. $750.00. Call 648-6896. tfc PANCAKE BREAKFAST
FOR SALE: Triumph 650cc motor- Sein saturday, 6 to9
FOR SALE cycle. 1970 model. $850.00. Call All You Can Et wi
; New, modern 229-6631. Itp Trimmings
,..-.bEACH HOUSE $.0
Water view at Mexico Beach FOR SALE: 1971 Buick Riviera. _
Call 227-4636 1-27 Green with' white vinyl top. PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo.
Loaded. See at 1st Street, Mexico tional problems and/or concerns.
tional problems and/or concerns.
:.iOR SALE: 3 bedroom, block dwell- Beach after 6:30 p.m. ltp Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
ing. 1312 McClellan Ave. Call INTERESTED in buying travel St. Joe,f, Florida 229-3621 or Rev.
Citizens Federal 227-4646. tfc-2-24 trailer. Self contained, air condi- Sidney Ellis, 229-6599.
FOR br-- -- tioned. Approximately 20'. Call af- FOR CHAIN LINK ENCE call
FOR' RENT: 2 bedroom duplex ter 6 p.m., 229-6724. 2t-3-16 Emory Stephens. Free estimate
furnished apartment, corner of Guarantee on labor and materials.
Palm Boulevard and 14th St. Call HELP WANTED: Licensed hair Low dawn payment. Phone 227-
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., 227-4311. 2-17 dresser to work at Dorothy's 7972.
Beauty Salon, Apalachicola. Call I M T ER C
FOR SALE: In White City. 2 lots, 653-8714 days, 653-8781 nights. 3p INCe OM TA SRVICE Ser-
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Rich, 229-4877 or 229-4562. 3-16 REDUCE safe and fast'with GoBese vice. Courteous, competent, confi-
I- Tablets and E-Vap "water pills". dential and conscientious. Have
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 2- CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 12t-2-3 your tax form filled out accurately,
bedroom house. Breezeway and, promptly and confidentially at low
closed garage. Fenced yard, auto- prices. Phpne SHIRLEY T. WHIT-.
matic heat. Call 229-6777 after 5 RAY'S TRIM SHOP 'FIELD, 229-9611, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
p.m. tfc-2-24 Complete Upholstery Service 229-3296 after 5 p.m., tfc-2-3
"We aim to please you
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom upstairs Every Time"
furnished apartment. 522% 3rd 602 Garrisom Ave., NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
St. Phone 227-8647. tfc-2-24 Phone 229-6326i, Apalachic4la, Florida


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- MC'v PAWN and SWAP SHOP
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Call 229-6777 after 5 p.m. tfc-2-24 8-track tape players. Tapes $1.5b
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom to $5.99, TV's, tools .watches, rings,
attractively, furnished apart- Reels, hair dryers and.jrdios. Will
ments. Cool in summer, warm in buy anything df value at right
winter. Gas heat, window fans.' price.. A02 5th St.,, highland View.
They must be seen-to be appreciat- 1-13 PHONE 229-6193
ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince
at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER INCOME 'TAX SERVICE'
PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413 i by- z
or 648-3101. tfc-10-28 ,BERNARl[ 0.0 WESTER
FOR RENT: Furnished large one 83 harvi'n Ave.
bedroom apartment with separ- PHONE 229-3107
ate dining room, auto. heat and I
large yard. Phone 229-6777 after Et red
5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25 C. P. EthI rede
FOR RENT: Modern, spacious 2- 518 Third Stlret
bedroom 'furnished apartment. Port St. Joe, Pla.t
Available March 17. Call 227-4261 Plumbine and
or' 648-4600 for appointment to' Elec rica Contractor
see. tfc-3-9, Call 229-496, for Free Estimate
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom and 2 bed- I
room apartments. Phone 229- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
6168. tfe-3-16| Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
1-- -- -- 1 or 229-2937.
FOR SALE: 1969 Galaxy with air
conditioning, power steering, WANTED: Legal secretary. Short-
whitewall tires, radio, heater. Good hand experience required. Con-
condition. Call 229-2896 after 5 tact Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Phone 227-
p.m. tfc-2-17 4311. tfc-3-2


FOR RENT: F nished beach cot
tages. Reasonable monthly rates.
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc
FOR SALE: Small pony with bri-
dle. No saddle. $65.00. Needs re-
breaking. Call 229-4662. Itp

Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe


KILPATRICK
Funeral Home
and
Ambulance Service
Prompt-Efficilent---Courteous
Telephone 227.2491


KNIZLEY Electric Service. No job
CcoVERX too large or small. Free esti-
(, HT IT mates. Just call me, I'll wire you.
Licensed, Bonded. 227-5382. 2p-3-9
A GRADERS, SCRAPERS,
BULLDOZERS, BACKHOES
HURLBUT FURNITURE 1
and APPLIANCES No experience necessary. Will
306 Reid Ave. train. Earn $300-$400 per week.
For application call 404-261-5608
FIGHT FATIGUE with Zippies, or write to World Wide Systems,
the great iron pill. Only $1.98. 3177 Peachtree Rd. N.E. Suite 201
CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 6t-2-3' Atlanta, Georgia 30305. 5t-2-24


OFFICE SUPPLIES


Friday and Saturday
March 17 and 18
- 2 BIG SHOWS -
"PREACHERMAN"
You've all heard of
"Preacherman"


also -
"MADRON"
Real bloody Western
Next Week -
"HARD ROAD"
Cycle show and
"GIRL ON A CHAIN GAGN"


FOR
AMBULANCE SERVICE
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
CALL -
Comforter Funeral Home
227.3511

LADIES
I B ow servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair or syn-
thetic which you would like
to have service ulickly at
low prices .
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9-24 JANICE STOKES tfc '1

R.A.M,-Regular convocati.. on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RjAM.,
1st and 3rd jMondays, 8 p.rp. All
visiting companions welcome.
WALTER GRAHAM, if P.
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ,ROWAN, POST 116.,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Monday lights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.


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