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THIRTYFIFTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 3245 THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1972 NUMBER 33
Irrigation System Going
In At Country Club Course
4 Grass Planting
First of May
Work is well under way *of In-
stallation of an irrigation system
on- the- St. Joseph Bay; Country
Club golf course, according! to
George G. Tapper, iimre ec-
for for the 240 acre recreational
facility two miles 'south of Port
',h1e Russel buniel Irrigation
pany, of Haana ;bi4 work
Monday ;installing the: system
hk will -tilize water from a
sbring-fed lake on 'thd a'urse.
The t ota gieot'wilttake an-
other two to three weeks to com-
plete, with grassing operations
to fellow fifit behind the irri-
gation work. passingg u operations
mon the first mine holes of the 18-
hole course is --shtldle'd tto get
under way by May 1.
Grading -work con ,the mnew
t-se,, whih ,will coffer -some-.
four miles (of golfing, is nearing
Tapper said it .looks as if the.
first nine holes of tthe facility
-win be ready for play by mid-
Ja( r emwsm*Jja .
The .golf course Mraoplex will
also include. a club house' and -
restaurant which is already un-
der 'construction, an" Olympic size
:swimming pool,'tennis'court- and
The aeounxtry club is being fi-
by Ma Ioa from tthe IFar-
iner's Home Administration, a
. ... ii m n a e r.i .': ',
Port St. Joe's Sharks will take no
a 10-7 -record in tthe ifist rounds ho
,of the state play-offs tthis after- Bli
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__ c- --a
Ag drinst Cha.taho
on when they W
ochee at 41)0 P.
Sharks Close Out Their Regular
Season With A 10 7 Record
The Port St. Joe Sharks closed The Sharks caliec
-out their regular season last runs from eight hit
week with a win river &restview *
and .a loss to Bay High, ending
up with 10 wins and seven los- In 'their last attend
ses ~flr the season. over big Bay High,
The Sharks defeated .the West came up on the the
Coast Cofeience champions, 8-0. score Saturday
Crestview, Friday, 6-2, behind .Steve Owens, Ke
the two Mt itching (of 3Bubba and Chris Davis co
Harmon. The sophomore hurler St. Joe's only three
also struck out eight batters the Tornadoes ban
while going the ll n game. base hits.
Sophomores Ken Weimorts and Left hander Rot
Steve Owens collected two .hits was tagged for the
each to leid the Poi St. .Joe hit- up 11 hits to hard
ting attack. : i High.
meet Chatta- The basebaH -pla-ydffs feature
M., EST, in two district play-s '1th Port
St. Joe, Blounntstown, echatahlo.-
chee, and Carter-Parranmore iplay-
ing in Bloimtstew and WWalonla
host to Havana, hMorida High and
Monticello. The wismner and rma-
ner-up of each sub-district will
advance to the district toura-
ment to be held .in Irt 'St. Joe
Thursday and Friday of meot
ted their six
pt .at .a win
Send of .an
olleeted F rt
e hits whilee
ged cut n31
If the Sharks win this after-
noon, they will play the winner'
of the Blountstown and Carter-
Parramore game tomorrow at
4:00 P.M., EST.
Port St. Joe was district cham-
pionship last year and lost in the
regional finals to Walnut Hill,
who became state champions in
Although the Sharks have a
10-7 record this season, they are
undefeated in Class AA play.
Probable starting line-up for.
today's game will' be: Bubba Har-
.mon (7-3),- pitcher; Steve Atchi-
Seven candidates have quali-
fied for election to two vacant
City CommisAof posts in the
May 9 primaries .
SIncumbent ioiimissioner Dan
Sexton has said he will not seek
re-election to" the Group Three
position. Seeking election in this
Commission slot. are Roy C. Gar-
rett, James ',entny" Roberts, W.
C. Robinson aiid Rev. Raymond
Rogers.: All l re newcomers to.
City politics. -: ,
In Group Fvbur, George -Wim-
berly, Jr,, whO was appointed a
mon'tii ago tq -fulfill the unex-"
pired term of; Robert B. Fox ts
asking for ele ion to a full two
year term. He is being opposed
by J. W. BouigtOi and Benton
Qualification for candidates
(closed at 5:00 Yp.m. Tuesday.
'The City's V6ter registration
-books will remain open until
'5:00 p.m., on' Friday of next
SCounty rd Sets.
The County omnission has
,dlled a' special meeting for 10
A.M. Friday rnotiint forth pur-
pose of resolyi- fight of way
problems on g.tte, Road 30A in
the Simmons 4YO, area.
RepresentativO frOm the De-
partment of Trabspbrtation will
be present to dfO1cts. the matter.
-A proposed high rite bridge at
Money .Bayou .will -also .be .-diS-
son, catcher; Jim Belin, first
ihase; Mike White, second base;
Ken Whittle, shortstop; Steve
Owens, third base; Jim Faison,
left field; Barron Abrams, cen-
tter field and Ken Weimorts,.
Uimm Qualifies for
Benton Hamm qualified to seek
election to the l6rt St. Joe City
Co nmnission, Group 4, this week.
.Hamm resides at 2116 Long
Avenue with his wife Dot and
-;wo -.hildren, -Debbie and Ricky.
The Lcandidate and his family
attendd the Oak Grove Assembly
of aGod (Church. He is a conduc-
tor -for the -Apalachicola North-
Semn Railxoad Company. He has
been employed by the railroad
fir "- :years. IHamm is a member
pf local 1740 of the United
City Gives Relief
On Water Rates
Reduce Summer Charges
The PortSt. Joe City Commis-
sion took part of the financial
sting out of watering lawns dur-
ing .the summer months Tues-
Lawn sprinklers have smarted
under the City practice of bill-
ing 40% of water bills for sew-
er service charges in the past.
This meant that the water going
through a lawn sprinkler would
have an additional 40% attach-
ed to its value in sewer charges.
In order to give some relief
the Commission Tuesday adopt-
ed a policy of sewer charges de-
signed to offer relief in the yard
watering activities. Those who
wish to receive the sewer charge
reduction for summer watering
need only apply for it at the
Those making application will
have their sewer charges for the
past year added up and an' aver-
age monthly rate established.
The average rate will be char-
ged from May through August,
regardless of how much water
the customer uses.
City Auditor and Clerk Charles
Brock told the Board this prac-
tice would give relief to lawn
sprinklers and still give the City
a fair return on its sewer ser-
The. City signed a construc-
tion contract with .Peabody-Pet-
erson Construction- Company of
Orlando Friday, in the amount of
$4,908,000 to construct the new
Wastewater Treatment Plant
here. The City has been sitting
on Peabody-Peterson's bid since
early March waiting for the
State Pollution Control board ta
approve the system plans.
Some clearing of the site has;
already been done, but work
should get under way in earnest
Other items of business con-
sidered by the Board included:
S* Made arrangements for a
a-dies sbftbaill league to have a
place to play during the summer.
Agreed to enter, into a sum-
mer work and recreation pro-
gram again this year in cooper-
ation with the Gulf County
Agreed to let Builders
Homes of Dothan, Ala., construct
four modular homes on Marvin
Avenue, after ascertaining that
the homes met or exceeded all
zoning requirements of the area..
S.Appointed B. A, Pridgeon;,
Jr., Edwin Williams and Robert.
Freeman to three year terms on
the City Planning Advisory-
Board and E. F. Gunn and Wes-
ley R. Ramsey to two year terms
on the Board.
Walter C. Gay
Taken by Death
Walter Comer Gay, 55, passed
away unexpectedly early Mon-
day morning, at his home in
STarpon Springs. He had been
living there for the past two
years. Before moving to Tarpon
Springs, he had been a resident
of Port St. Joe for many years.
Re was:a-native of Opp, Alabama..
: He is survived by two sons,
Wayne Gay of Port St, Joe and
' Stephen Gay of Jacksonville; two
daughters, Mrs: Sharon Ulmer of
Tarpon Springs and Stephanie
_SsS zf. Port St-Joe;ome brother,:
Arrington Gay of Pensacola;
one sister, Mrs. Ethel Mae Mar-
tin of Ft. Walton Beach and five
Funeral services were "con-
ducted Wednesday from the Kil-
.patrick Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. J. C. Odum offi-
ciating. Interment followed in
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Jim-
my Barfield, John Wesley Brown,
Sias -Player, IfMlip Lewis, Ho-
zie ,Owens,' and Walter Graham.
Honorary pallbearers were Nor-
ris Daniels, Theo Johnson, Don-
ald Gimssman and Ted Cannon..
Kilpatrick Fumeral Home was
in charge of arrangements. ,
The Port St. Joe Jaypees are
again this year working up a bi-
cycle rodeo for the. youngsters
of the community. The contes-
tants will be of elementary
school age and will have-their
bikes inspected and compete on
several skill events in order to
test their ability to handle a
Plans for the program include
a film on bicycle safety, a safety
talk by a law enforcement offi-
cer and manipulation of the test
The event is scheduled for Apr.
ril 29 at -9:00 a.m. at-the Pokrt:
St. Joe Elementary School. More,
details will be furnished prior
to the rodeo date.
Won't be Back
. Zack Wuthrich, principal of
Port St. Joe High School for the
past two years, announced this
week that he is resigning his po-
sition at the end of the present
Wuthrich took over as prin-
cipal during difficult times of
readjustment for Port St. Joe
students and was instrumental
in restoring order out of chaos.
Wuthrich would not give his
reasons for resigning, but indi-.
cated he has accepted a position
with a school in the Tallahas-
Mayor Frank Pate Gains Membership
In NW Florida Development Council
Several new members were
seated at the April meeting of
the Northwest Florida Develop-
ment Council, held in Panama
City. The Council, which repre-
sents 11 Northwest Florida coun-
ties f r o m Gadsden-Wakulla-
Franklin counties on the East to
Washington and Holmes counties
on the West. Gulf County has
been a member of the Council
since its founding several years
ago. Barry Boswell is. director
of the NFDC.
At Monday's meeting, Gadsden
County became the newest mem-
ber of the Council.
Boswell announced a
meeting that Gulf Count;
qualifies for a redevelop
designation except, Boswe
Port St. Joe, where it ha
determined the union wag
reflects what authorities
federal level believe to 1
ficiently high earnings.
The Gulf County delega
as its goal this year, a
in Port St. Joe's designati
are seeking to have it decl
Council delegates adopt
new proposals from Boswell
at the which would allow' detailed stu-
y' fully dies for tourism and land absorp-
opment tion and utilize possible grants
11 said, for a county's administrative per-
s been sonnel program.
,e scale An overall program design in
on the booklet form, which was author-
be suf- ized at the last quarterly meet-
ing in January, was distributed
to delegates, and council mem-
ate has bers agreed to the adoption of a
change yearly budget of $54,586 for EDA
on and funds, made up of $40,940 from
lared a federal grants and $13,646 from
ed two Newly seated delegates to the
council included Frank Pate,
Gulf; M. B. Miller, Bay; Otis
Sims, Calhoun; Jimmy Nichols,
Franklin; C. Q. Padgett, Holmes;
Herbert Hayles and Bill Avery,
Jackson; Isaac Walton, Wakulla;
Harold Goodwin, Walton; Sam
Shuemake and Vivian Morris,
Washington; Ben Duncan, H. C.
Gregory and James Slappey,
Council president Pete Ed-
wards of Bay County announced
that the council has been in-
vited to appear before a congres-
sional public works committee in
Principal Zack Wuthrich and Key Club mem-
bers Martin Adkison, John Paul Blount and Eddie
Rich are shown above just before leaving for the
Key Club Convention held in Miami last week
end. The delegates left Thursday morning and
returned Sunday afternoon.
-Photo by Clarence Monette
Jaycees Planning for
Annual Bicycle Rodeo
Let's Remember The Law
Law has almost become a dirty word in some circles
in ,America today. Yet, many who react most violently
to the suggestion that we live by the law have the mqst to
gain from it. The law is what protects minorities from
Although the founders of our nation felt that decisions
should be made by a majority of citizens, they also rec-
ognized that individuals, "d minorities must be given pro-
tection from capricioQu, ao~ by the majority. That's what
th. first ten mnjmndrejnts to the constitution are mostly
about. That's why we say ours is a government of law,
not of men. Of cour,se there can be bad laws. And they
:can be enforced unfairly pnd even illegally. But, again,
our forefathers were wipe enough to recognize this. They
built into our system of government means by which bad
laws can be changed, and by which improper enforcement
can be rectified through the courts.
Too many people these days are looking for shortcuts
to Utopia. We can't gain freedom by trampling on the
law. The law is the goose that lays the golden egg of
-freedom. Kill the law and you have no more freedom.
.t' ou have put yourself at the mercy of the whims of men.
Unlike many other governments, ours is not brittle,
so that it shatters when pressure is applied. It's tough
but flexible, so that it can adjust to changes. If some-
thing isn't being dqpe right, there are ways within the
government itself to male it letter. It's a living, growing
thing like a #ree, w.eh adapts to the rocks and soil in
which it grows, and 40nds witi the wind without breaking.
The founding founding others embarked n this old experi-
ment of giving people power to govern themselves because
they felt. they would, in the lqng, run,. us ..their rights. and..
freedom with respqpsibility. Thlere are nations, in the
world today where our form of government probably
would not work bec ose the people don't have the know-
ledge or the attitude necessary to make it \work,
If we abandon our system of government under law,
and resort entirely to threats, fear and force:to persuade
,each other, only the strongest and most ruthless will have
the power to govern the rest of us. We are playing a
dangerous game when we violate the law. On: this eve of
Law Day, USA., (Sunday, April 23) we suggest that
everyone give these things some thought.
Passing The Buck
* Last Thursday, the United States Senate gave over-
whelming approval to legislation that would bar presidents
from involving America into undeclared wars like Korea
and Vietnam. This is legislation unheard of in our sys-
' tem of government. The President, through his powers
s Cmonmmander-Ifa-Chief of the armed forces has always
been able to commit United States troops where the in-
terest oi welfare of the United States is threatened. Con-
gress has always -had the prerogative to tacitly agree or
to oppose the President's actions.
Of course the landmark legislation is being suggest-
ed and promoted due- t the dissatisfaction of many. Con-
gresqmen with the Vietnam war,; -Congess']has a great
deal of public support in their distaste over this no-win war
but on several occasions tle Senate and the rest of Con-
:gress have had the, opportunity to get us out of this con-
flict before it cost. us thousands of lives and thousands in-
jured, captured and missing in- action.
Over the past'10 years, Congress ihas repeatedly
backed the President (whoever he might be at the time)
in pursuing the war so long as we didn't untie the hands
Sof the military to the point that they might win ard come '
The move by the Senate\would require a president to
get, prior congressional approval before committing U. S.
forces to prolonged fighting abroad. It would limit any
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kav
Florida, along with many oth-
er areas, will face a transporta-
tion crisis and probably a power
crisis this summer..
Recently, a serious traffic tie-
,u up occurred between Tampa, -Or-
lando and Disney World. Cars
crawled along bumper to bumper
for many miles. Commercial and
business traffic mingled with the
heavy tourist and fun-seekers,
with everybody unhappy.
In metropolitan areas like Mi-
ami, Orlando, Jacksonville, Tam-
pa and St. Petersburg motorists.
vied with each other to get
where they were going. Traffic
arteries between city centers and
suburban areas were jammed,
,making motor travel an irksom
chore. Numerous accidents add-
ed to the general confusion as
impatient drivers sought per-
sonal advantage. Nobody was
thinking about anyone ,or any-
thing but his own personal prob-
lem. The situation promises to
get much worse before it gets
Some northern cities have
helped- reduce heavy traffic by
providing mini-buses carrying
from 10 to 30 people to move in
suburban areas. These buses
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida.
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter. Proo"
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PoSTO TrIE Box 308 PHONE 227-8161
PoRn ST. JOE, FLOImDA 32456
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
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 ommissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken t od Is given scant attention; the printed word it tohttully
eihed.The poen word barely asserts; the printed word thoro con-
rine.. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.
Presidential order for involvement to 30 days without the
approval of the Congress.
Can't you just see it now? Timbuctu sends the Pres-
ident a note saying, "President, old boy, we're going' to
show our muscles in a place in which you will not approve.
If you plan to do anything about, better get cracking be-
fore your Congress because we plan to wage a firefight for
at least six months and maybe longer, depending on how
hard you push us." .
Very few wars start with prior notice a d the fight-
ing usually lasts until someone is defeated- In our pres-
ent-involvement in Vietnam nobody is trying to win but
the Vietcong, thus the battle has raged for over 10 years
and shows evidence of raging on as long as we play "king
of the mountain" and just try to push off whoever comes
up the side.
It-would be best for Congress to pass a law to make
it mandatory for the United States to put forth every effort
to win each war in which- we get involved. That would
put our enemies on notice that we will mean business if
we come shooting and there will be very few who will
invite) sich retaliation. :
The Senate is way off base with their proposed law.
.Congress has always had the power to end wars and start
them. The way we see it, they are just trying to pass the
bu'kof their responsibility for the current conflict.
carry passengers to pick-up sta-
tions where they can change to
main route city buses. Other
cities have provided parking fa-
cilities where motorists may
park cars in the morning and
pick them up in the evening, us-
ing regular buses to carry them
to the central city area.-Manu-
facturing plants and other firms
employing a large number of
persons are encouraging "Reduce
Traffic-Share a Ride" programs
listing employees living in the
same area, to pick up three or
four others when driving to and
from work. "
Power and light companies
hoping to meet the ever increas-
ing demand for power have plan-
ned nuclear plants capable of
doing the job-but construction
of these plants has been delayed
by a c t io n of environmental
groups who feel these plants will
damage the ecology. Labor dis-
putes and strikes have also a part
in the delay.
Last year tHe Florida Power
and Light Company found it ne-
cessary to purchase power from
other companies to meet the sum-
mer demand when use of air-
conditioning is. heavy. Construc-
tion of their Turkey Point plant
has been delayed, two years.
Areas served by FP&L face a
serious brown-out or black-out
this summer as a result.
Look about ,your home, note
what the lost Ir limitation of
electricity would mnean to your
normal living, pattern, Among
the items you 'can't use will be
your light fixtures, your stove,
your toaster, your water heater,
radio, vacuum cleaner, razor,
toothbrush, air conditioner, can
opener, refrigerator, lawn .mow-
and Ambulance Service
FULLY EQUIPPED AMBULANCES
With All Emergency, First Aid Supplies
Two Qualified Attendants At All Times
507 10th Street
Shortly before Easter, many of
the families and businessmen in
Gulf County received a letter and
some Easter Seals along with a re-
quest to help your fellow man who
may be less fortunate.
To those- of you who responded
with a donation, the Easter Seal
Society expresses a most sincere
"thank you". Many, however, ei-
ther overlooked or delayed send-
ing a donation, so the Society is
repeating its appeal.
The Easter Seal Society center
of Panama City services Gulf Coun-
ty and needs the support of its
people to continue to assist the
crippled children and adults in
Study of Ocean
Food of Future
"Oceanography is the hope the
future' in food, minerals, oil, and
water', Lt. Governor George Aus-
tin told the Kiwanis Club Tues-
day. Austin, an Oceanographer,
with the Mines Countermeasures
Station in Panama City, gave a
short address and showed a 15
minute film on his subject.
The film dealt with the maiden
voyage of the "Elisha Kane", an
ocean research 'vessel which spent
four months exploring the Atlan-
tic range and the rift which was
recently discovered down the mid-
dle of the range, which runs like
a spine from the North to the
South poles. Study of the range
was to add evidence to the theory
that the continents divided and
are continuing to float away from
Guests of the club were Clyde
Wiggins of Tallahassee and Key
Clubbers Mike ,White, Craig Da-
vis, Jim Faison and Chris, King.
er, hedge trimmer, water pump,
and on and on.
Will the few fish that might
be killed by hot water discharged
from such plants or a limited
amount of radiation justify the
loss of electric power? Think it
over. Exercise common sense.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Did you ever stop to think what a fine bunch of prea-
chers we are blessed with here in Port St. Joe? Not a
sour apple in the bunch. All of them can take a joke,
a gig or a dig and give as good as they get.
Monday, we met the new preacher at the First Bap-
tist Church, DeWitt Mathews, and he seems to go right
along with the other fine men we have here.
The good Reverend was formerly a banker before he
received the call to preach. That means he has plenty of
experience in saying "no, you can't do this or that". Most
bankers have a way of dashing- cold water on some-wild-
haired scheme one might have when you go hit them, up
for financing. Likewise, most preachers can come up
with a scripture or two when you want to indulge in some
activity you think might be wrong, but wanting to do it
so badly sometimes allows us to- take license with our inter-
pretation of the Bible. But the preacher (being the third
party in the matter) can easily find reason why we should
not do these questionable things.
DeWitt says he is a small town boy and he has that
park bench friendliness which will -serve him well here
in Port St. Joe.
Mathews already has his congregation at work, after
only one Sunday of preaching. Monday some of his con-
gregation were in Campbell's Drug Store along with Meth-
odist preacher Millard Spikes telling Spikes they were
out to build their membership now, and were going to do
a little proselyting among the Methodists.
Spikes said, "If you'll just sit right there a minute,
I'll go get you a list of names to see".
Later in the day, Spikes came in the St. Joe Furniture
Company while I was there and John Blount, always the
optimist said, "Preacher, you said when you came here
you wouldn't always be preaching about money. I don't
go to church often, but it seems when I do, you're preach-.
ing about money". It seems Spikes had overhauled the
budget before his members Sunday and John was there.
The preacher said, "John, if you were to go over our
books, it would make even you cry, with as little religion
as you have".
Then,'there's our own preacher, J. C. Odum. He an-
nounced from the pulpit in our church Sunday, that we
would observe the 19th anniversary of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church Sunday, May 28. He went on to say
we would have a service of singing mostly, with "about
a 10 minute sermon" before serving a church, "dinner on
The preacher left me in the dark, though, because
I didn't catch who he said would preach that 10 minute
sermon, I know he can't!
THAT'S WHAT I
NOW YOU CAN
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at Port St. Joe
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1972
Getting Married Girls?
SS Would Like to Know It
ways to stop the spread of disease
to the rest of the plant or neigh-
boring plants. Remove branches
which rub and weaken another limb
and remove weak, damaged or
crowded stems. Always remember
that maintenance of plant health
i1 t1he fundamental ef rnn fnr
Girls getting married, might not to determine how much is paid abled a young husband or his wife pruning
think of sending 'a wedding an- some day in retirement, survivors, could set the social security wheels Ntpruning.
nouncement to their social securi- or disability benefits. Records in motion. With as little as 1 % y w r The second most important rea-
ty office. But, the Social Security which are incomplete or incorrect years of work under social security- son to prune is to balance the a.
Administration would like to know can result in delay or even reduc- including credit for part-time and by SHANNON SMITH mount of top growth on a plant
the ride's new name as soon as tion of amounts payable. summer jobs-benefits could be paid S st with the amount of root system at
possible. odaybride could receive so- to the family of a young man or Home Grounds Specialist the time of transplanting.
s "To;day's bride could receive so- young woman.
David Robinson, Social Security cial security payments long before: University of Florida A third reason to prune is to re-
Field Representative for ,Gulf she and her husband reach retire-' The Social Security Office for move old stems and branches to
County, today reminded newly- ment age, "Robinson said. "More this area is located at 1316 Harri- encourage new vigorous growth.
weds that up-to-date records are than .8 million Americans under son Ave., Panama City. Toll free This can be lightly every year and
important if earings are to be re- 65 now get -regular monthly phone service is available to re- Pruning of ornamental plants is squares, etc. etc. The yard ends up is a good procedure to follow if
corded properly and without delay. checks." sidents of this area by dialing "0" an art best learned by experience, looking like a display area for geo- the plant is '1Tgegy" or growing
Sh An a at iand asking for WX-4444. The .of- One wav to learn the fundamentals metric shapes. A few plants thrive out-of-bounds.
fice is open Monday through Fri-is' to study the mistakes of other under this treatment but many The reason most people prune
'day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,I gardeners. others are severely injured. is to maintain or develop a desired
SI '- I except on national holidays. All of you'h'a've seen the once-a- As we first said, pruning is an size or form, to shape the plant and
I -I A L year purner who, armed with saw, art which can be acquired through produce more dense growth.
S, ^ shears and, axe, attacks the gardenI learning certain basic principles General thinning and corrective
i L6l OV h back to the ground. After clean-up through experience apd close ob-year, however, the best time to
the tools are put awayk until the servation. prune varies with different plants.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH. J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT; OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 72-54
IN RE: PETITION of ELIZABETH
H. RICH to adopt DAVID MIT-
CHELL RICH, JR., and KIM-
BERLY ANN RICH, minors.
TO: MARY HELEN RICH NOLAN,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the
above-named Petitioner, Elizabeth
H. Rich, has filed a Petition in the
above styled Court for the adop-
tion of the minor children named
in that Petition and you are re-
quired to serve a copy. of your
Answer to the Petition on the Pe-
titioner's attorney, Mayo C. John-
ston, 406 Magnolia Avenue, Pan-
ama City, Florida, and file the
.original Answer in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, .on or' be-
fore the 29th day of May, 1972.
If you fail to do so, judgment by
default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Pe-
Done and ordered at Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, this 14th day of April,
1972. G Y. ORE,
dGEQRGV Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Pore Boy's Corner
IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, April 20, 21, 22
following year. The purpose of pruning is to Deciduous plants may be pruned
Most gardeners are the oppo- remove unwanted growth to bene- late in their dormant season for
site of the annual pruner. These fit the plant parts that remain and example mimosa, dogwood, jacar-
timid pruners 'are fearful to re- to improve the appearance of the, anda, oaks, crepe myrtle. Late win-
move even a single leaf from a plants. ter or early spring is suitable for
plant. His (or her) hands-off policy ,The -number one reason for prun- those plants which are late-flower-
often results in over-grown, leggy ing is to maintain plant health. ing and fruiting varieties.
plants. Prune to remove dead, weak or Early flowering plants such as
In between the two extremes is damaged wood and disease and in- azaleas, spireas, jasmines, camel-
the Shearerr". .,The hedge-shears sect infested' wood. Remove any lias, etc., should be pruned im-
addict barbers '-his shrubs into diseased or dead wood whenever it mediately after flowering.
domes, cones, spheres, rectangles, appears. This is one of the best Plants that produce flowers on
.. I .. I
In Panama City
and ask for
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U. S. Number 1 Irish
Argo No. 303 cans
Standard No. 303 C
CORN ---- 5 cc
Northern Large Sing
PAPER TOWELS -
2 Pound Bag
Whole or Shank Half 15-16 Lbs.
Neck Bones -- 3 lbs. 89c
BACKBONE lb. 59c
STEW BEEF 3 lbs. 99c
1/2 Gal. Tub 89
Georgia Grade 'A'
S10 lb. bag 59c Medium EGGS 2 doz. 89c
ans Barbecue Sauce 18 oz. 39c
Folger's With $10.00 Order or More
inse in 'Af w. so lw l M so .* -
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bag 29c SUGAR S lb. bIag
Pan Sausage ------lb. 59c
Old Smokey-Ends and Pieces
Smoked SAUSAGE lb. 79c
Fresh Grade "A"
FRYERS-------lb_ I. 33c
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every way quality, price and fit. INSTANT CAABILITY
meeting exhaust system ne Is ai rg pit o f1rS
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pipes and accessories for all tpp ledhs-.FAST-A
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Rolled Boneless Fresh First Cut Center Cut
CHUCK 'ROAST 0 7 Pork Chops lb. 49c- lb. 89c
RUMP 'ROAST S IRLOIN or CLUB
ALL MEAT STEW.... S r S CTE A K lb. $1.29
Semi-Boneless ------- .2
7-BONE STEAK lb. 79c Tender
Whole or Half Sliced Free Rib Steak lb. $1.19
Slab Bacon ------ b. 49c Shoulder
Fresh Ground Round Steak ----- lb. 99c
HAMBURGER 3 lbs. $1.69 Pore Boy's Fresh
their new growth, such as abelia,
hibiscus and allamanda, usually
are pruned during the dormant
season or before the new flush of
growth in the spring.
i If in doubt, a rule of thumb to
follow for flowering trees and
shrubs is to prune soon after the
flowers have fallen.
Next week we'll cover how to
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THE STARk Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1972
Horticulture Demonstrated to Garden Club
Mrs. W. A. Brannon of Caryville, second from
left, demonstrates the technique of Bonsai for the
Port St. Joe Garden. Club in a program last Thurs-
day afternoon. With Mrs. Brannon were Mrs.
Curtis P. Majors, left and Mrs. W. P. Culpepper,
right, both of Bonifay. Mrs. Jonnia Sykes, pres-
ident of the Port St. Joe Garden Club is shown
next to Mrs. Brannon. -Star photo
Allen Armstrong celebrated his third birthday Tuesday, April
11, with a party at his home. Friends helping him celebrate this
occasion were Ken and Chris Kennington, Tim McFarland, Kim
Terry, Tonya Peak, Dennis Peak, Reginia Williams, Paige Johnson,
. Tommy and Martin Williams, Tiffiny Gentry, and. Stone Swatts. Re-
- freshments were served and a good time was, enjoyed by all.
MEN'S WERE $95.00
---- 20% off
Reg. and Half Sizes
New Summer Weight
SOME MARKED AS
Carol 'Parker 'Is
Tapped by Fraternity
Miss Carol Parker of Port St.
Joe has been selected for mem-
bership in the Kappa Eta Chapter
of Phi Theta Kappa at Gulf Coast
Phi Theta Kappa is a national
junior college fraternity which is
open to all full-time students who
have attained a cumulative schol-
astic.average of 3.00.
MASONIC LODGE, NO. 111
SETS SPECIAL MEETING
Port St. Joe Masonic Lodge, No.
111 will have a special meeting
Saturday, April 22, at 7:90 p.m.
in the Fellowcraft Degree.
All members are urged to at-
NOTE OF THANKS
I .wish to take this means of
4hntn1rLr nv, f ia ds for thei
The First Baptist Church mem-
bership will honor their new pas-
tor, Rev. DeWitt T. Mathews, Jr.,
and family with a reception Sun-
day afternoon, April-23, from 2:001
until 4:00 p.m.
All people of Port St. Joe are
crodially invited to come to the
Social Hall of the church during
the reception hours to greet these
new residents in Port St. Joe.
Rev. Mathews will be commuting
to Graceville for the next few
weeks where he will graduate from
Baptist Bible Institute in May. His
childrne, Tad, 15; Toni, 14 and Ty-
ler, 5, have been enrolled in the
Port St. Joe schools. The Mathews
reside at 524 Seventh Street.
Conner to Address
Doyle Conner,1 Florida;, Com-
missioner of Agriculture will be
the featured speaker at the quar-
terly meeting of'the West Flor-
.ida Cattlemeii's, Association in
Wewahitchka M6inday night of
next week. 1 .-
The Associatioff will meet in
Wewahitchka at. 2:00 p.m. The
meeting will feature a tour of
the Gulf Timberland Company
feed lot operl'mn, near Over-
street and M.. K1,anches in the
A social hour, dinner and Con-
ner's address will be presented
at the Gaskin Sidecamp, north
of Wewahitchki, following the
The engagement of Miss De-
borah Suzanne Lister, daughter
of Mrs. Floyd Clay Lister and
the late Mr. Lister of Wewa-
hitchka, to Edward Bryan Bax-
ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
B. Baxley of 1305 Long Avenue,
is announced by the bride-elect's
Miss Lister was graduated
from Wewahitchka High School
in 1970. She is presently attend-.
ing Tallahassee Community Col-
lege and will further her studies
at Florida State University in the
Mr. Baxley was graduated
from Port St. Joe High School
in 1967 and has also been at-
tending Tallahassee Community
College. He will also further his
studies at Florida State Univer-
The wedding is planned for
May 27; at the First United Me-
CARD OF THANKS
.I would like to thank my
friends for the concern shown me
during my recent stay in the Mu-
Thank you for the cards, flow-
ers and other remembrances.
Mr. and Mrs. Chesley S. Fen-
som of Panama City announce, the
birth of a baby girl, Stacy Darlene
on April 14. The young lady weigh-
ed eight pounds, 11 ounces. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul S.
Fensom of Port St. Joe.
iannLll myy ren .Arw A "U .
many expressions of kindness ex-
tended me during my recent hos-
pitalization. I am most grateful.
Old-time looks. Here's bread to make you think of an old-time country kitchen,
and a row of warm, golden loaves cooling under great -grandma's watchful eye.,
Bread with a creamy color. Old-fashioned split top, with Grade AA creamery
butter drizzled into it during the baking.
Old-time flavor. Taste that brings back .memories. Full-bodied, old-fashioned
flavor. Adds a touch all its own to your favorite sandwiches. Makes the crun-
chiest, richest-tasting toast. Bring a little of the Nineties into life in the
Seventies with the bread made the old-fashioned way.
new from Sunbeam ...who else?
9 "Copyright, Quality BaIrs of Ameica Cooperative, Inc., 1972"
MEN'S JARMAN and
"Your Store of
Quality and Fashion"
MISS DEBORAH SUZANNE LISTER
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1972 PAGE FIVl
"Sound of Music" Tonight.
- ,. InWv imuum ^ ,
Port St. Joe is in for an unpre- gers and Hammerstein's "The at 7:30 p.m. in the Port St Joe t t *
cedented treat tonight, when Rod- Sound of Music" will be presented Elementary School auditorium. Ad- *
-' mission will be $1.00 for students
and $1.50 for adults.
The production is a combined
C-W j effort of the Dramatics Club and
C the Band, Choral,' Art, and Home
II Mixed League added a 168 game and Randall Mc-
W Some 60 students and sever St. Joe Motor ,took three games Clain a 448 series.
teachers have labored diliries. Rwas tops for But- gently
Broadway and in Hollywood. ,i Ro .. .............. a 197 game and 534 series. Mary
Broadway and inI Hollywood. ler's with a 198 game and 477 ser- had a 187 game and 428 series.
Those involved sincerely hope ies. Connie Ross;;jad a 137 game Wayne Ward tossed a 179 and 462
S .C R U S A -D E there will be'a good turn out for and 371 series. ; for 13 Mile and Martha rolled a
the production. Padgett's TeamiNo. 1 took three 165 and 448.
*CNI B L GJMembers of the cast are: Debbie -from St. Joe Lanes. Robert Mont- Colvin's Team No. 2 took three
Johnson James Harvell, Carolyn gomery had a 21game or Team es from Miller's Gulf Bo Bo
Borntrager, Fleeca Thomas, ConnieNo. Joe Paget ro a ington led Team 2 with a 221 game
Whitfield, D ore en Borntrager, series. Ola Jean had a 182 gameand 597 series. Jerry had a 207
i lu u7 I Scarlet Jensen, S u s i e Morris, and 418 series wbdle Wayne Smith game and 543 series.
George Sellers, Diane Gortman,
-ai U y 1 h till Larry Carter, Debbie Bailey, Kay Wednesday Night Ladies League
SLane, Hal Holloway, Patria Fitz- Me1 tiSt Florida Bank won three games
trick, TunnieWade Roger Car- Wil Was eels from .St. Joe Kraft Wednesday
7:30 M. EachNight eWill Wnight with Lois Smith leading the
Rebecca Schulz, Ronnie Martin, way with a 518 series. Ruby Lucas
ie t" Chuck Sexton, Craig Johnson, Al The MYF of the, First United was high for the Kraft team with
len Revell, Marty Northcutt, Deb- Methodist Church will have a car, a 486 series.
ra Northcutt, Debbie Sexton, San- wash Saturday (Po day) on the Comforter's won three games
dra Lowe, Carol Purswell, Marty 16t next to the City Hall, between from s. Fay Pope was high
,Cullifer, Doris Jean Rish, Kendyl 9:00 a.m. and 2:0Qpm. for Comforter's with a 412 series.
SWhitfield, Miriam Tanton and Don- Cars will be washed for $1.25 Marguerite Scheffer led Sears with
R v. Jo"'' DI out na Hagans. each. a 391 series.
S- ___ -- St. Joe Stevedores won four
R ev.-..,.D RCH games from Shirt and' Trophy with
SFRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Melba Barbee leading the way with
E VANG E1iST 1 Intersection Monument and Constitution the 4-10 split. Doris Strickland
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister rolled a 443 series for Shirt and
of Lake Charles, Louisiana Church School 9 5 Trophy.
nn Worshi 11:0 A.. Williams Alley Kats won three
SMorning Worship 11:00 A.M. games from St. Joe Furniture with
JOE BRANNON, Music Director Methodist Youth Fellowship .-.........-------...-.. 5:45 P.M. Eleanor Williams leading the way
of .. ot Evening Worship 7 00 P.M. with a 453 series. Opal Howard
of Port St. Joe rolled a 464 series for the Furni-
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Su vives" ture team.
Standings W L
in Florida Bank --------70 42
St. Joe Furniture- ..65% 46%
St. Joe Kraft --------64% 47%
Comforter's ----64 48
St. Joe Stevedores 62% 49%
l Williams Alley Kats 61Y 50%
Shirt and Trophy ------ 58 54
SE" Sears No. 2 2 110
W1.-D. ATTEND FUNERAL
Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper at-
tended the funeral of Mrs. Coop-
ol Ui her's brother-in-law, Rev. Henry
-,~ -- KRedd, in Tallahassee, April 10.
LON MILEAGE TROM ev.Reddhad been guide in
SMthe state capitol for the past 15
tT S years.
M N. _.
Our popularfull 4-ply'
nylon cord tire built
to Firestone rigid
Slus $1.61 per tire
Fed. Ex. tax and
4 tires off your car.
Size Blackwa WhitewaH Ed.
6.00-13 $10.95 $14.95 $1.61
6.50-13 13.15 16.15 1.75
5.60-15 16.95 19.95 1.73
7.35-14 17.15 20.15 2.00
7.75-14 18.15 21.15 2.12
7.75-15 18.95 21.95 2.13
8.25-14 20.15 23.15 2.29
8.15-15 20.95 23.95 2.32
8.55-14 22.15 25.15 2.41
8.45-15 22.95 25.95 2.51
All prices PLUS taxes and 4 tires off your car.
E78-14 (7.35-14) blackwalls. Fit many Chevy ls, Chevelles, Camaros,
Cougars, Fairlanes, Mustangs. Plus $2.34 per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 4 tires
Originally 4 for o
Two tough belts under
the tread keep the tread
from "scrubbing" to re-
duce tire wear and pro-
vide great impact resis-
tance. Concave design
holds tread flat on road
for excellent handling
(7.35-14) $135.00 1 99.00 $154.00 $115.00 $2.34:
F78-14 143.00 107.00 163.00 123.00 2.52
(82514) 157.00 118.00 179.00 134.00 2.69
G78-1 5 160.00 120.00 183.00 138.00 2.78
H78-14 172.00 129 00 196.00 147.00 2.93
H78-15 176.00 132.00 200.00 150.00 3.01
L78-15) 231.00 173.00 3.28
All prices PLUS taxes and 4 tires off your car. Singles and pairs similarly low priced.
If we should sell out of your size (Firestone Champions or Firestone
Strato-Streak Sup-R-Belts), we will give you a "raincheck", assuring
future delivery at the advertised price. .
SWAV TOSKAMERm A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-14
THE TALLAHASSEE BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY,
LOUISE N. PENDLETON,
Personal Representative of the
Estate of R. P. NEDLEY
(a/k/a Robert P. Nedley, deceased)
NOTICE OF ,MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK
Notice is hereby given pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated April 11, 1972, and entered
in Civil Case No. 72-14 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Fourteenth Judi-
cial Circuit, in and for Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, wherein The Tallahas-
see Bank and Trust Company, a
corporation, is plaintiff and Louise
N. Pendleton, Personal Representa-,
tive of the Estate of R. P. Nedley
(a/k/a Robert P. Nedley, deceased)
is defendant, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the
front door of the Gulf County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, at 11:00 o'clock A.M., Eastern
Standard Time, on the 24th day of
April, 1972, the following describ-
ed property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to-wit:
Lot Ten (10) of Block Twenty-
Three (23) in the City of Port St.
Joe, Gulf County, Florida, ac-
cording to the official map there-
of as filed in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida. Together
with the building located there-
on being numbered 410 Reid
Avenue (on West side of said
Street) in the City of Port St.
Dated this 18th day of April, A.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
"Midget Investments With
MISS CYNTHIA ELLEN CALDWELL
T-Sgt. and Mrs. Harold C. Cald-
well of Panama City announce
the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter,
Cynthia Ellen to John Michael
Weston, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude R. Weston, Jr., of Port
Miss Caldwell is a graduate of
Rutherford High School, Gulf
Coast Community College and
will receive a Bachelor of Arts
Degree in Social Science Educa-
tion from the University of West
Florida in June.
Mr. Weston is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, Gulf
Coast Community College and
will receive a Bachelor of Arts
Degree in Political Science Edu-
cation from the University of
West Florida in June.
The wedding will be held June
24 in the Chapel of the First
United Methodist Church of
Panama City. Final plans will
be announced at a later date.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rich, Sr.,
announce the arrival of a son,
David Christopher,, born April 10
and weighing seven pounds, 10%
ounces. He is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. C. Hammond, Sr., and
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich.
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Dun and Bradstreet Shows 74 Businesses In St. Joe Area
,There are 74 businesses in the
Port St. Joe area, according to
statistics released this week by
John Correia, manager for the
Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., offices in
Jacksonville; The tally, Mr. Cor-
rela explained, Is based on a
count of businesses listed in the
March edition of the D&B ref-
The current tally, Mr. Correia
pointed. ouf, includes firms that
qualify for D&B new top rating-
,(5AI which stands 'for a finan-
cial strength if over $50 million
with a "high" credit appraisal.
Nationally, there are approxi.
matel 1,4b00 companies with 5AI
Out of a total of nearly three
-" million manufacturing wholesal-
,ing and retailing businesses list-
ed j4 the D&B Reference book,
Mr. Correia said that there are
slightly over 20,000 companies
with a financial strength of over
$1 million. They are responsible
for one-third of the nation's sales
and more than two-thirds of its
Yet according to Mr. Correia
71 per cent of the names rated
by D&B have an individual busi-
.ness worth of less than $50,000
and 47 per cent are worth less
than $20,000. The U. S. economic
structure, he concluded, depends
on the vitality of small business
as a user .and supplier of goods
and services, with the ability to
make safe, rapid business credit
decisions a-key ingredient in the
success of the economy.
Accordingly, Dun & Bradstreet
has sent request for financial
statements to all the businesses
whose ratings are listed by the
company. The statements are an
important information source
that heln D&B report fairly and
Mr. Correia emphasized the im-
portance to a business of return-
ing a completed statement to
D&B. It means that a company's
suppliers will have the latest
.-facts on which to base credit and
sales' decisions. Also, when D&B
reporters have had. an opportun-
ity to make a detailed analysis
Bo Bray Up for
James C. Bray of St. Joe Motor.
Co., Port St. Joe, will be among
380 Ford dealership salesmen hon-
ored for outstanding sales perfor-
mance during 1971 at a banquet in
Jacksonville on Tuesday, April 18.
A. G. Walker, Jacksonville Ford
district, sales manager, said a se-
lect number of Ford dealership
salesmen will be presented a 300-
500 Club membership award. The
Ford 300-500 Club was founded in
1950 to recognize outstariding Ford
salesmen throughout the country.
Mr. Walker said the average 30&-
500 Club member sold nearly $750,
000 worth of automotive merchan-
dise in 1971 to, qualify for the na-
To Air Show
in advance of their periodic
calls, they can discuss operations
more intelligently and more
Mirroring the dynamic nature
of the American economy, an av-
erage of 5,000 daily changes oc-
cur among the businesses listed
in the D&B Reference.Book. The
six volume book is revised every
two months to keep -pace -with
this constant movement and up-
date credit and marketing facts.
The D&B Reference Book does
not include non-commercial ser-
vices and professional busines-
ses, Mr. Correia said. Therefore,
the figures for total businesses
in Port St. Joe and the three
million number quoted for the
United States is actually some-
Young Fishermen Strike It Big
Lam nr Speights of Port St. Joe,
caught this fine nine pound bass
Monday df last week while fish-
ing in Lake Wimico.,
C-q *.r.n. t1n.
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MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE -.-... 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M.
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PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1972
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The Best Meats In Town
Blue Ribbon 'Beef Streak-0-Lean Chunk Style
CHUCK STEAK Ib. 89c SALT PORK Ib. 39c
Tender Fresh Water
BEEF LIVER lb. 69c Channel Catfish lb. $1.09
Dandy BACON lb. 59c
FRESH LEAN SLICED FAMILY PAK V4
PORK LOIN Ib. 69c
Center Pork Chops Ib. $1.29
32 oz. 6c
box 8 c
Self Rising FLOUR 5 lb. bag 59c
Parade Chunk 6/2 Oz. Can
LIGHT TUNA-- ----... can 43c
Parade French Style- 16 Oz. Cans
GREEN 'BEANS ... 4 cans $1.00
Parade Golden W. K. or 16 Oz. Cans
CREAM CORN 4 cans 88c
Parade Garden 16 Oz. Cans
SWEET PEAS --- 4 cans $1.00
Parade Y. C. Halves or Slices 29 Oz. Cans
PEACHES ----3 cans $1.00
APPLE SAUCE 16 oz. can 19c
Marshmallow, Banana, Chocolate, Devil Food -14 Oz.
Lara Lynn PIES 3 boxes $1.00
Duncan Hines Devil Food, Yellow, Lemon,
White or Butter Golden
CAKE MIX ---- 2 boxes 79c
Potatoes 10 Ibs. 59c
SPECIALLY SELECTED GREEN POLE
Beans b. 29c
MARGARINE 5 Ibs. $1.00
20 Oz. MORTON FROZEN FRUIT Apple, Peach, Coconut, Cherry
PIES 4 $1.00
Scented or Unscented Specially Selected TOOTHPASTE
DIAL lShampoo Med. Size Reg. or Mint
Anti- 7 o Close Up
ia Perspirant Tube
6 oz. 88 99c 52c
mi14 1?S.R PRANT
Piggly Wiggly Announces Another New Product!
Campbell's Curley Noodle Reg. Cans
SOUP 2Cans 41c
SALTINE CRACKERS ----- 1 lb. box 25c
FRESH YELLOW ONIONS --- 3 lb. bag 39c
Florida Red POTATOES ---- 5 lb. bag 49c
Regular MARGARINE--- 1--- lb. 35c
Flakey 9/2 Oz. Can
Merico Big 10 BISCUITS --- can 15c
Frozen CUT OKRA------20oz.bag 59c
Jeno's Frozen 7V4 Oz. Pkg.
PIZZA SNACK TRAY -------pkg. 89c
Reach for the Star
ARMOUR STAR STREET 12 oz. can 55c
Reach for the Star 5 Oz. Cans
ARMOUR STAR VIENNAS -4 cans $1.00
Reach for the Star
rmour Star POTTED MEAT -- 3 oz. can 15c
United States Department of Agriculture
Food Stamp Store
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Spooosi Igr April
RICH and SONS' IGA
THE STAR, Poi
rt St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1972
2 Roll Pkgs. Softweve Bathroom
y BOTTLE 59c
APPLE JUICE ---------quart
LUNCHEON LA --AF 12 oz.
DEL MONTE CUT
GREEN BEANS --- no. 303 can
IGA BLEACH ------------jug
ANT and ROACH
HOT SHOT BOMB ---13 oz. 89c
BEEF CHUNK 14% Oz. Can
ALPO DOG FOOD -.
Bakerite With $10.00 Order
od 42 Ounce
HEALTH & BEAUTY A^^^^^^^^^^^IDjs'
3 for $1.00
IGA With $10.00 Order
COLGATE (Reg. 98c Value)
TOOTHPASTE----- g. tube
WILKINSON (Reg. 89c Value)
THE BLADE _------pkg. of 5
WILKINSON (Reg. $1.00 Value)
BONDED BLADE -- pkg.
TABLETS (Reg. 84c Value)
BUFFERIN ----pkg. of 36
Standard 303 Cans
Trellis 303 Cans
'IA 16 Oz.,Pkg.
-iWHIP TOPPING ---
10 oz. 49c
SMORTON 11 Oz. Pkgs.
FROZEN DINNERS -- 2 pkgs. 89c
"POUND CAKE-------- 12 oz. 85c
OTC' FABRIC SOFTENER
0o0-- -, 64 OUNCE 9 9~
Lidy C. S. 303 Cans
CORN -- 5 cans
Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order or
1 doz. EGGS.. FIE
Ga. Grade "A" LARGE
PACKAGE OF 4 ...-.. 29
United States Department of Agriculture
Food Stamp Store
Bring Your USDA Food Stamps
to RICH'S IGA
The Store Where Your Dollar Buys More!
SIGA Deluxe With $10.00Order
~ ~.- __
BUTTER Ib. 79c DEL MO
TABLERITE (American or Pimento) CU c
CHEESt SNGLES, 12 oz. pkg. 63c CATSUP 4 9 c
TrP3 32 oz. 2OT-E-..........
ORANGE JUICE -----'/2 gal. 79c
BUTTER-ME-NOT 9/ Oz. Pkgs.
BISCUITS ----------2 pkgs.
No. 303 Cans Del Monte FRUIT
Del Monte Whole Ke
*S t ...... i
;rnel or Cream Style-no. 303
Sweet Western Mix or Match!
Fresh Red and Juicy
Ripe and Juicy Cherry
COPELAND Shank or Butt Portion
OOPELAND 12 Oz. Pkg.
Hams lb. 59c Franks
BELL PEPPERS ------ bag
CUCUMBERS ------ bag
39c fFresh CELERY -------ig. stall
39c ''Large TANGERINES --- 6 fo
j Rome Beauty
Morrell Pride Center Cut Smoked TABLERITE Fresh Ground YELLOW SQUASH--------lb. 19c BAKING
Pork Chops b. 98c Chuck lb 98c Market Basket of Good Florida Home Grown
SWIFT Cooked Boneless 3 Lb. Can Fresh T 0 M A TO E S
Center Cut Rib
Center Cut Loin
Pork Chops lb. 88c
BACON Ib, 68c
Fresh Shelled Daily
Golden Ripe Single
PEAS with S NAPS uicy
Fresh BLACKEYE Pink
PEAS ------___ Ib. 39c _- 3 lbs. $1.00 GRAPEFRUIT
Baby OKRA --- ---------lb. 69c BERMUDA ONIONS
From the "City of Roses". Thomasville, Georgia
Beautiful ROSE BUSHES
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
APPLES ------- b.
---_-_ ea. 7c
---- b. 29c
32 Ounce LIQUID
lb. 88c HAMS $2.98
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SAVE CASH AT RICW'S -NOT STAMPS
P CGergur enF III woon r ying vwea er means uoser Legals
P W white" A 6 Traffic Surviellance by Highway Patrol L
SW iTALLAHASSEE The Florida limit the pilot radios to another FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
Highway Patrol said today that trooper on the ground who stops CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
SHappy Land-. Kinergarten will Costh, Martia Stoutamire and Hop" to brighten her day. The Bowen, Jim Norton, Eric Everett, rotsoeathe the vehicle and issues a citation. O GULF LORI AND FO
present "$now White and the Sev-I Sherry Ann Thompson) are the polecats are Cecil Lyons, Kiyle Hal Keels, P. K. McFarland, War-or spee patroll planes spent over 3000 CASE NO. 72-52
en lyrfth" ,enedays, April 261 voices' of, the: magic miror' telling GrossmanrKen Kennington, Charles ing 'Murdoeik and Tony Beard). ing moorists. hours on traffic patrol during 1971 IN RE: The Marriage of
at 800 pin. In 'thE High Sbhopl' the 4 al6usQueeh that'rSow'hite- Hargraves, Steve Fithian, Tommy they take edre 6f Snow White but "The good weather that comes resulting in nearly 6000 arrests. NANYA CAIN HOLLEY, Wife
SdiaiI. : is. the* fairest in; the land. The Pashke and, Chris Dean. the mean Queen ,disguisingherself with spring will allow our planes Pilots sent ground units to assist and JOHN L. HOLLEY
A in-- time+ a.. a. very oo Que eomnands her huntsmen ...an: oldwotinaigives Snow White to spend more time on traffic sur- many disabled motorists.
eA loeng time agrn a very good a.ov pdioin and Reed McFar. A covey of red birds (Lisa Fuller, a po-nend apple She falls and is veillance," said Colonel Etdrige, Husband.
queen (Beth PresneU) had a lovely Pridgeon Julie AenSed McFhaw Morris, Vicki awasned onlby the Princa (Ti Beach, Director of tnle Florida "In traffic law enforcement, the NOTICE TO DEFEND
I~tle daughter SnoW White. (Trish ) to take the princess, out into Cannon, Annette Minger, Sandra awakened oyy e Pne (T.m Highway Patrol. use of aircraft has proven to be a TO: JOHN L. HOLLEY
, paper After the good Queen died the forest and kill her. But the Ward, Stephanie Tatum and Renda Ard)A trooper ilotin the ane valuable tool in the apprehension 601 WestNinth Street
v king married a very beautiful huntpmen feel sorry for Snow Kay Brock) help Snow White to The Prince takes Snow Wiite to clocks motorists through a marked of traffic violators and motorists Tipton, Georgia
S|t a very. jealous woman (Pam Wfiand let her go. find a home. his palace and ,when she is old quarter mile. He then computes should drive as though they are I ON OR BEFORE the 8th day of
mbor). The new queen's ladies A litter of polecats, find the un- The strange little house is the enough they wib he married and the time and distance into speed. being watched by our eye in 'the AD. OLLEY1972 the Respoqrent.
waiting (Vicki Barlow, Allison happy child and do the "Skunk home of seven little dwarfs (Brad live happily eveo efter. If the driver is exceeding the speed sky," concluded Beach. serv upon Raymon L. SYret, of
.... ti~e6law ffAmofo Tand
,,. .. ,, H O, rntt eys fdrPetitiboner,
:-,; whosee address is P. O. Box 1186,
SPanama City, Florida 32401, a copy
?of his answer to the Petition for
Disolution of Marriage fl e d'
against him, and file thb original
of said answer with the Clerk of
this Court; herein fail not, or a
SBONELESS CHUCK ROASTS $1.09 Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against you.
WE A M WITNESS my hand and seal of
U.S.D.A.said court, at P'ort St. Joe, Gulf
L.County, Florida, this the 7th day
Cut beof April, A.D., 1972.
S iGEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
SLCircuit Court, Gulf
Copeland's All Mept "S uper-9ight" Fresh Pork ."Super-Right" Wesfern Beef Boneless County, lorida 4t-4-13
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Our guarantee is unique...it hasno strings.
We guarantee unconditionally everything you buy at A&P.
No matter what it is, no matter who makes it,
if A&P sells it, A&P guarantees it.
We feel that if yoi come to A&P,
you havp every right to expect to be satisfied
with everything you buy.
But this total guarantee isnt just good for you, It's gobd for us too
When we have to refund money,-we want to know.wiy. '
So, we start checking any and everything
that might be the cause...
our suppliers, our purchasing, our lab tests or our handling.
It keeps us working hard at thejobofbejng
America's most dependable foodmerchant.
It helps us, too, to ask you honestly... shouldn't A&P be your store?
Swift's Premium All Meat
Copeland 12 Oz.
Sliced Ham pkg.
' 6Mc Sausage -- ID. aug i nc
"SupQr-Right" rozen Chopped
,79c BEEF STEAKS.......2$1.49
Sulfapa' Quick 'Frozen-8 oz.
$1.29Pot Pies-- 5 for 99c
3nUULUO E RUA1 ....b 1. I
"Super-Right" Western Bef
CHUCK STEAKS ..... 79.19c
"Super-Right" Westeyn Beef Chuck
CUBED STEAKS ......... $1.39
-S PER- RIH ''XFa L AN F ES L
.Grade "A" Fid. or Ga. Fresh Choice
HIMY- PARTS L.g,... Thigh 69c
Oulic kFrkzen Bulk
C T, ITS .........b 59c
AWU! Check And Compare Special !
PARKWAY MARGARINE.... 35c
Pillsbury Special !
INSTANT POTATOES..... k10c
S0 n SPECIAL LOW PRICE!'
Colombian 09 C
,U L j Coffee '0 C
Jane Parker Sandwich Sliced Special I
WHITE BREAD.......4 ; $1.00
. Jane Parker Iced Spice Cake Special I
SPANISH BAR ...... 2 79c
Cap'n John's Frozen
FISH & CHIPS......... .69c
Cap'n John's Quick Frozen .
FISH STICKS.... o0- 49c, l-, 75c
Quick Frozen Golden (Fried Haddock Lb. 99c)
FRIED PERCH........'.a l,. 89c
"Sup4dr-kight" Fully Cooked Smoked
CENTER HAM SLICES.. $1.08
Hunts Special I Romania Marinated Special I
TnMATn SAUCE.-....4iS1.00 ARTICHOKE HEARTS.3 r$1.00
A&P--15 Oz. Cans, Popsicles, Fudgesicles or Doodles
Tomato Sauce 4 for $1.00 Farmbest Novelties pk. 69c
...., .-a? More :' Specdatl
HUNTS KETCHUP,........ 28C r 12c off Label,,
Hunts specials l ishwa 3S-r.C
SKILLET DINNERS..... 7 19c DswashAr 5oC
Uncle Bon's A ll BOeie [0 ^
CONVERTED RICE......2 l.69c
Lays SL Joseph
POTATO CHIPS,....... 's33c CHILDREN'S ASPIRIN.. 39'
PREMIUM SALTIaES,...',.45c PONDS COLD CREAM.. 7 19c
na g k
BIGeLr$1 YearAo. .
Waldorf Bath. Tissue 4,.l 39 Ae APeaZs
Scotties Facial Tissue 3. xe E89 FW
Viva Na.kiRs ....... 140-ct Lowe rLow
CutRite Wax Paper _100' roll 33c eA C O U PO N S iJAX DETGENT :, 69c
For Your LaundrDetergent Red ,Ripe'"
AE 26cTHIS WEEK CLORKOX.BLEACH...... i 39c FLUFFY ALL........ 93c WATERELONS.... ..w 1.49
Detergent Condensed Advanced Cisp-- lb. bag
DOVE LIQUID......... 63c ALL DETERGENT..... 87c Fresh Carrots bag 29c
Detergent With Face Cloth bxforPar c50% Organic
WISK LIQUID.........:89c BREEZE DETERGENT.... 41c FERTILIZER........50
DeergenDETERGENT..... 91-.,-o.MichiganUMUS...... $1.49
MWLUX LQ I ...... s63c SURF DETERGENT..... 91c PEAT HUMUS...... 50 g $1.49
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be
received until 10:00 A.M., EST,
May 2, 1972, by the Gulf County
School Board, Port St. Joe, Florida,
at which time and place all bids
will be publicly opened and read
aloud for the construction of:
Five (5) Classroom Addition to
Port St. Joe Elementary School
The contractor shall furnish all
labor, materials, and equipment;
and shall be responsible for the en-
,tire completion of this project.
Plans, specifications, and con.
tract documents may be inspected
at the School Board office, Gulf
County Courthouse and at the Of-
fice of the Architect, State Road
22, Wewahitchka, Florida, and may
be procurred by General Contrac-
tors upon a deposit of $25.00' per
set, of which the full amount will
be returned to each General Con-
tractor who submits a bid and all
other deposits for other than one
complete set of plans and specifi-
cations will be returned with de-
duction to cover cost of reproduc-
tion, for all documents returned
in good condition within ten (10)
days after bid opening.
Cashier's check, certified check,
or bid bon ,for not less" than 5%
of the amount of the bid, must ac-
company each proposal.
Performance, Labor and Material
Bond, and Workman's Compensa-
tion Insurance will be required of
the successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any
or all proposals and waive techni-
No+ bidder may withdraw his bid
for a period of (30) days after date
set for opening.
R. MARION CRAIG, Supt.
Gulf County School Board 3t
Port St. Joe, Florida 4-6
CHARLES A. GASKIN, AIA
P. 0. Box 7
NOTICE OP REGULAR
Notice is hereby given that the
First, Primary for the election of
the following will be held at the
City Hall Fire Station in the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, on Tues-
day, May 9, 1972: One Commis-
sioner in Group Three (3) and one
Commissioner in Group Four (4).
The polls will open at 7:00 o'clock
A.M. and will close at 7:00 o'clock
When there are more than two
candidates for any one office and
neither shall receive a majority
of the total votes cast for such of-
fice, then another election shall
be held two weeks from the date
of the first election, or May 23,
1972, at which time the two candi-
dates receiving the largest num.
ber of votes in the former elec-
tion shall be voted on again.
C. W. BROCK 4-13
City Auditor and Clerk 4t
Regular or Liver Flavor
Wi 15%-oz. C without
'This ^Coupon .
SCoupon.. cans 00 RS* il =
Limit 6 w/Coupon & $5.00 or more order
Including cigarettes Coupon good
through April 23, 1972
f .. .-
Prices In This Ad
Are Good Through
Saturday, April 22
(Good Through Sun-
day, April' 23 For
Those Stores Open
Sunday). Prices good
in the following
GRADC FLA. OR 6A, FRESH
QUARTI Lb 39
Rural Home Financing Available In U(ult
Builders in Bay, Gulf and Wash- were approved. With the condi- nor does it provide for construction
ington Counties may build more tional commitment, builders can financing, Smith pointed out, "but
homes for rural families because proceed with the construction of with the growth of the rural hous-
of a new program of the Farmers up to 15 homes in an area, with ing individual loan program from
Home Administration, County Su- reasonable assurance that financ- $486 million in fiscal year 1969 to
pervisbr, Chester H. Smith, an- ing will be available to qualified $821 mifion his year, and with
nounced today. purchasers. more than $1.4 billion projected
Under the plan, Smith said, FHA, The conditional commitment for 1972, expansion of rural hous-
the rural credit agency of the De- does not reserve funds for a loan, ing opportunities is assured.
apartment of Agriculture, can is-
sue a conditional commitment
agreeing to finance new or substan- Dr. Thomas S. Gibson Retires from
tially rehabilitated homes for as
may as 15 families ta time. Alabam Practiceack Home
Previously, he noted, home fin- am Prc e; Comes BackHome
dancing could be assured only as'
'individual families applied and Dr. Thomas S. Gibson, who prac- ved as president of the Twicken-
ticed optometry in Huntsville, ham Study Club of Huntsville. She
Ala., for 32 years and was a lead- is a member of the Daughters of
er in civic and cultural affairs in the American Revolution and the
Band Parents to the Rocket City, has retired. United Daughters of the Confed-
Meet Monday Night Dr. Gibson and his wife, Corrine, eracy.
have moved here, to Port St. Joe, The Gibsons have one son, Dr.
where they were reared. Thomas A. Gibson, who is a radi-
Band Parents will meet Monday One of the. founders of the ologist at Jackson County Hospital
night, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Huntsville Industrial Expansion in Scottsboro, Ala.
band room. Committee, Gibson is a former
All band parents and interested president of the Hiuntsville Cham-
persons are urged to attend. Sev- ber of Commerce, the Huntsville
eral items of business must be at- YMCA, the Huntsville Rotary 
Your prescription is an order for a spedfic medication for a specific indi-
vidual, fora specific time.'It Is originated by your doctor and filled by your
Registered Pharmacist Today' prescription consists of eight specific and
LDatso-ncluded to verify the medicine Is applicable to current Illness.
2. Name and address-sothatnone but the patient may qse the prescription.
3.Supercriptin-"IRx...the symbol generally believed derived from the
Latin "redpe" meaning ake tou."
4. Inscrption-the name and quantifty of each Ingredient prescribed,
5.Subscription-direodtos to the pharmacist explaining'dosage, form and
quantity of IM pharmucutcal.
6. Signatura-diection to the patient on quantity, timing and method of
:, tikngthe prescription.
7. Refill Information-far use by the pharmacist to facilitate service to the
& Signature-of the prescribing physician to verify the order.
Your prescription obviously isb or than phrases written on a piece.of
paper. It represents a Iifegtoing force hch enables us all to live longer,
healthier, happier lives.
For the highestpharmaceuticalstandards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
OUR ( PHARMACY
Buzzett's Drug Store
and CheW hasn't!
Club and the Alabama Optometric
Gibson, who served several terms
as president of the State Board of
Optometry, in 1966 was selected
optometrist of t
SHe was instrmun
* Special Color Glow Paint '.,
* Accent Stripes and Bodyside Molding
* Deluxe Wheel Covers
* Woodgrain Instrument Panel'
* Factory Air Conditioning &" *'
* Automatic Seat Back Release ,(/
* Intermittent Windshield Wipers.
* Bumper Guards
Deluxe Seat Belts
(Standard equipment: Cruise-0Matic
and Power Steering)
Scar with these extras and a
package price reduced up to;U
$125: Pus a deal that puts you
even further aead I ..
New Sprints... muscle-car look for less
Special red, white and blue Ford Pintos, Mavericks,
Mustangs. Made up for fun-driving with unique
hood treatments, accent stripes, dual racing '
mirrors, deluxe 2-spoke steering wheels, luxury
interiors, much morel
*Based on reduction of wholesale price to deaidOs ofSpclkage "B."
Sprint Decor Option Group
Maverick 2-Door Sedan with
Sprint Decor Option Group
St. Joe Motor Company
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
"FHA's National Administrator, ing inadequacies that plague rural
James V. Smith, has called on con- people."
tractors, developers and realtors Details may be obtained from As- r
to engage in a stepped-up program sistant County Supervisor, Charles
to improve low and moderate cost Snell, every first or third Tues-
housing in rural America," Smith day at the County Agent's office,
reported. "It is one step in our ef- Port St. Joe, between the hours of
fort to eliminate the many hous- 1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
For Honest and Efficient City Government ..
City Commissioner Group 3
------ Your Support Will Be Appreciated -
he year by the FOR SALE: House including 2 bed- FOR RENT: FuMnished beach cot MC's PAWN & SWAP SHOP
ingress of Op- rooms, bath with shower, TV, tages. Reasonable monthly rates. FOR SAIL,. Automobile and home
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfec
t dining room table, stove; refrigera- 227-846. t 8-track tape players. Tapes, $1.50
mental in organize tor, couch, 3 chairs, 2 double beds, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house trai- to $5.50. TV's, reels and rods, ra-
of OptoAlabama at Bir- single bed, dresser, chest of draw- ler.- Large screened porch. At dios, casette tape players and re-
SAlabamon the advisory ers, water heater, electric can op-,' Beacon Hill. Phone 229-6688. tfc4-20 corders, lawn mowers, watches,
committee for the ener, other kitchen utensils, 250 rings, guns, tires. Will buy good
gallon gas tank, heater, air condi- FOR SALE: 1969 Galaxy with air used items. 102 Fifth St., Highland
tioner and other household goods. conditioning, power steering, View. Phone 229-6193. tfc-4-20
several years on Beacon Hill, Lot 12, Block 22. Dew- whitewall tires, radio, heater. Good!
First United Me-' ey Powell, Route 1, Westville. Will condition. Call 229-2896 after 5
f Huntsville. He be at Scheffer's Gulf' Station this p.m. tfc-2-17 NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
ner and amem- week end. 2tp-4-20 -. Apalachicola, Florida
olent and Protec- FOR SALE: 1969 Datsun pick-up -A
-s. FOR RENT: Partially furnished 2 truck with new engine and fuel Friday and Saturday
ho was active in, bedroom house. Carpeted, with pump. $750.00. Call 648-6896. tfc April 21 and 22
men's organizations den, large screened back- porch, 2 BIG SHOWS -
Church, once ser-1 wired for window air conditioner FOR SALE: 14 ft. fiberglass boat Now you can see
and washer and dryer. Call after with 35 hp Evinrude motor, elec- "BILLY JACK"
SI '4 p.m., 229-6211 or 227-7636. tfc4-6 trick starter and trailer. In good Also Rod Steiger in
-* condition. Call 229-5511. "THE SERGEANT"
*'1 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block dwell- -
ing. 1312 McClellan Ave. Call FOR SALE: Window fan, 4 burner Next Week
Citizens Federal 227-4646. tfc-2-24 bottle gas stove, TV antenna "SUMMER OF '42"
FOR SALE: Repossessed 3 bed-' with mast. Phone 648-6945. Itp
room frame house. Located at REDUCE safe and fast with GoBese FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
White City. For information call Tablets and E-Vap "water pills". I Emory Stephens. Free estimate
collect: Security Investment Co., CAMPBELL'S DRUGS. 12t-2-3 Lowarae on payment Phone 227.
Fort Walton Beach, 904-242-3171. I payment one
S"A 'or 2tc'420 RAY'S TRIM SHOP POODLE GROOMING: Expert care.
FO. SALE or RENT:- 5 room Complete Upholstery Service reasonable prices. Parker. Phone-
house at 707 Long Ave. Phone "We aim to please you 785-5093. 4t-3-30
229-6285. 2tp-4-20 .Every Time"
S 602 Garrison. Ave.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom upstairs, Phone 229.6326
furnished apartment. 522% 3rd ___- FOR
St, Phone 227-8647. tfc-2-24 FOR SALE: Simnca 66. Overhauled.
I David White transit set. 55 gal-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom ion tank with pump. See at 608
attractively furnished apart- Maddox St. tfc-4-20
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans. FOR A GOOD PAINT JOB Exper-
They must be seen to be appreciat- ience and Tung Oil makes the
ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince difference. Crosby Forest Products
at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER Co. See or call AL SMITH, 227-
PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413 7751.
or 648-3101. tfc-10-28 HELP WANTED: Young corpora-
FOR RENT: Large unfurnished 3 tion seeks experienced ambitious
'bedroom house. Automatic heat, man with managerial background.
large yard, nice neighborhood. Ph. 30-55 age group, for challenging
229-6777 after 5 p.m. tfc-3-30 part-time position in Port St. Joe
area. For interview call 904-932-
FOR RENT: Furnished large one 4718. 2tc-4-13
bedroom apartment with separ- ROFESSIONAL HELP with emo-
ate dining room. auto. heat and PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo
large yard. Phone 229-6777 after tional problems and/or concerns.
5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25 Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
5:0St. .Joe, Florida 229-3621 or Rev.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom and 2 bed- Sidney Ellis, 229-6599.
room apartments. Phone 229-
6168. tfc-3-16 C. P. Etheredge
FOR RENT: Apartment for adults 518 Third Street
only. Living room, breakfast nook, Port St. Joe, Pla.
bedroom, bath and kitchen. Phone
229-1352.- tfc-4-13 Plumbing and
--..- -- Electrica Contractor
Your SHERWIN.WILLIAMS Call 229-49e6 for Free Estimate
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe --
306 Reid Ave.
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
I un Bow servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair or syn-
thetic which you would like
to have serviced quickly at
low prices .
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9-24 JANICE STOKES tfe
R.A.M.-Regular conv.oati n on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, LAM.,
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
visiting companions welcome.
WALTER GRAHAM, H. P. I
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular conm-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 pm.
HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.
Brother of Residents
Dies In Accident
Robert Anderson, 54 a resident
of Lakeland, was killed instantly
in a tractor accident near Lake-
land last Thursday.
Anderson was the brother of
Mrs. Dessie McMomb and Mrs. Vic-
toria Albritton, both of Port St.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. Tuesday from New Hope
Baptist Church followed by inter-
ment in New Hope Cemetery with
full military honors.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements. -*.
317 Williams Avenue
Drive-In 'Window Service
Plenty of Free Parking
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