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"The Safest Beaches In the Worid Are in Gulf County"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSbAY, MAY 4, 1972
'United Methodists .in Port St.
Joe broke ground in ceremonies
Sunday afternoontar a rew 'par-
sonage, the church will construct
,,on property immeiadety behind
theirs sanctuary on Constitution
t Mrs. Annie V. Stone, 'one i
the oldest members of th church
.turned the first spafteull 'ft
earth followed b several le.d-
ers of the church, Bob Fireerin,
B. A. Pridgeon, Jri., lameis kari-.
son, Bill Altstaetter, ,Wade .Bar- .
rier and the Pastor, Rev~ Millard '
Spikes. ". '
iServig on the building and
planning committees were Dr.
SJoe Hendrix, M. P. Tomlinson,
Wade Barrier, B. A. !iTidgeon,
Jr., H..E. Goodman and Charles
,1 The parsonage was designed
by Charles A. Gaskin, Architect,
oItf Wewahitchka.' Construction
will be by Barrier B -il -f
SI.ort St. Joe.
Last Rites Held
For I. A. Eubanks
fIvin Augustus Eubanks, age
t7W, 'a resident of White CitM ,
rpasjed away Sunday afternoon in
Mui*cipal Hospital following !a
Ileng by illness4. Mr. E Ulnks was
a school custodian befoe his n-
Survivors include jhis widow,
Fas.' "ellie Jane Eubanks ,f .,
'White City; 'two step-sons, Paul.
ABratcher of White-Cityand-Ollie
fStoutamnire of Marianna; three
stepEdatghters, Mrs. Avon Robin-
, ison f ~ew Orleans, La., Mrs.
Rhudine fackson of Sopchoppy
anR SIWs. .osephine Smith of ,St.
-JoeSBeadh; -15 grandchildren, five
gSdEt grandchildren; three sis-
ters, 'as. Irene Priest of Col-,
qflfit, a., Mrs. Junie McCranie
of I0ke 'Wales, and Mrs. Vera
Paramne (f d l.ampa.
MneraEl services were held at
-3:0 p.m. n1teaday from New
Hope Baptist Ohurch near Tal-
lmaasee. Mtcucted by Rev.' C.
C. Sear'bmWA, mator. Interment
followed in the family plot of'
Oakland Cemaiete tin Tallahas-
Services were 'under ithe direc-
tion of Comforter tlmanal Home.
Mrs. T. H. Stone, 'pioneer member of the First. United Metho-
dit 'Chunh, Ibreaks smund afor a now sparrsdne ai 'Patton, Rev.
MIRmd. 20p04B, assists. -star haioto
Care to Take A Walk?
Join the Dimes March
Wild you care to take a litaie
stnll Saturday for a good cause?
The March- of Dimes larth
Ag ai'ndar # will be
held here in Port St. JoE, taking
a 20 mile jaunt around the peri-
meter of the City.
Marchers are securing spon-
sorships for their hike 'and will
leave (the Port St. Joe ighk
'School at 9:00 a.m. for Jones
Homestead. They will then go to
Highway 98 and walk North to
Industrial Road. They will then
proceed down Industrial Road to
Highway 71. From that point,
what's left of the group will turn
West to Long Avenue, then South
back to the High School.
A feature of the march will be-
a contest between March of
Dimes chairman, Bob Moore and
Beth Lawrence. Beth has chal-
lenged the chairman to match
her mile for mile.
Sponsorships are gathered by
Sthe 'walkers who v secure a pledge
froEBi anyone to pay so much to
the March of Dimes ifor leaadi
mile they -walk in the .20 .mile'
Mms. Betty ,ressnell, chairman
of the March, says -there will be.
check' points along ,the way-:to
vaidaite every mile 'alhefd :by
each hiker. Transportation -will
he umnished for those who drop
out along the vway.
Refreshments will be provided
for' each of the manhers :at the
chebk oits. -
Mrs. Presnell and her co-dhair-
man, Red Witten, iinvrte every-
one who wish to take ;a SAtndl Sat-
urday, to get himself some span-
sors and join m the cnmrw.'
For Two n sY's
Port St. Joe's Municipal Hospi-
tal has received. accreditation
for a period of two years from
the Joint Commission on Accred-
itation of Hospitals, according to
an'announcement Ireceived from
that organization this' Week.
The Municipal Hos11pital was
closely inspected bIy commission
representatives recently and was
given their stamp lf approval.
A two year acci ditation per-
iod is the longest given by the
Commission beforerin institution
must undergo inspiecdon for re-
Municipal Hospital/'has been
on the accredited llbt sinch 1965.
The letter from 'the Commis-
sion, written by John D. Porter-
field, M. D., direct" who ';hid:.'
'"The (Cnmamssni wishes to com-
mend you for maintaining stan-
dards deserving of accreditation
and for your const nf effort to'
improve the quality of patient
IMis ffinerva K Lane is ad-
ministr tor of the Hospital.
C. C. Davis 68,
Taken by Death
Cop Cherry Davis,, 68, a resi-
dent of 525 Third Steet, passed
away Sunday morni ..in Muni-
oipal Hospital follow hg a leng,
Mr. Davis was a long-fiite resi-
dent of Port St. Joe and *as fai
'luniber grader for a saw ihill be-
; fore 'his retirement. ,
'He is'survived by t'o brothers,
Archie C. Davis of Port St' Joe
and Ellis Davis of Thomasville,
Ga.; one sister, Mrs. Rachel Hos-
kins of Overstreet, twelve nieces
Funeral services were held at
3:00 p.m. Tuesday from Comfor-
ter 'Funeral Home Chapel con-
ducted 'by Rlev. J. C. Odum, pas-
tor of Long Avenue Baptist
Church. Interment followed in
the family plot of Holly Hill
Active -pallbearers were R. D.
Prows, Jack Sheffield, Willie
Burrows, Jimmy Capps, Buddy
'Tipton and Ray Capps.
Counfoitter Funeral Home was
fin charge .of arrangements.
Mayor Pate Says
He Will Resign
To Run for County Judge
Mayor Frank Pate dropped a bombshell at the end
of the regular City Commission Tuesday night. As the;
session drew to a close, Mayor Pate announced that he
would be resigning his position in July to enter the, race
for County Judgei of Gulf County in the fall election.
Pate said he hated to resign
study has not been made by the
at this time, but he felt the pub-i uy
lic response he had received to ount
seek the office was too strong to The -tank was requested pre-
ignore and he felt he could not viously by the City so water for
legally complete his term and Oak Grove could be stored in it
still seek, the higher office. He at night and dispensed out of the
asked the Board to be consider- tank during the day to Oak
ing a replacement for appoint-
City Attorney William J. Rish
verified Pate's thinking that he
could not seek election to an of-
fice whose term began 1 before
his term as Mayor expired. Pate's
present tenure of office expires
in May of next year.
COUNTY ASKS HELP
County Coiniission chairman
Rudy Pippin and Commissioner
Leo Kennedy put a request to the
City Board Tuesday night for
h6lp in securing a water sys-
tem for Oak Grove.,
Kennedy asked the City to al-
low -the system to hook on to 'the
City's' water main without instal-
lation vf- a water storage tank.
lie said elimination of the ex-
pense of building a tank would
put the system in economical
reach of the .district. '"But, with
only 90.V'yutomers signed up, we.
ci't get FHA money for the
instaTlation, because FHA does-
n't feel there are enough custo-
mers to pay back the necessary
loan", Kennedy said. The tank
is estimated to cost around $50-
Mayor Pate told Kennedy the
City 'was hesitant to do this, be-
cause of -the danger of lowering
the pressure to the point where
it might impair service to their
customers in the Long Avenue
area. The City had requested the
County to get an engineer's opin-
-ion on this suspected problem
previously, but the engineer's
Take District With 4.0 Win Over Bfountsfown
Sharks to Host Region
Barron Abrams sparked the
Port St. Joe Sharks to their se6-
end consecutive District victory
Friday afternoon over the Tigers
of Blountstown. Abrams laid
down a perfect bunt in the sec-
ond inning to advance Ken Whit-
tle into scoring position with
the winning run. A single by
Weimorts drove Whittle home
with their second run of the
game. Abrams also stopped a
bases loaded threat by the Tigers
in the last inning by making a
spectacular catch of a long hit
ball to center field for the third
The Sharks rode the three-hit
pitching of Bubba Harmon and
played errorless baseball in re-
cording their 4-0 win.
Ken Weimorts, Ken Whittle,
'm Belin, Mike White and Bar-
ron Abrams all hit safely for the.
Thursday :afternoon, hee
Sharks defeated the Havana
Gladiators in a close 2-1 game
which saw left hander' Robert
Hughes hurl a six-hitter while
striking out seven men.
The Sharks collected only four
hits but converted two of them
to the scoreboard. The Sharks
scored first on a single by Ken
Weimorts who was driven home.,
with a triple by Ken Whittle.
The Sharks winning run came on
a single by Weimorts and a dou-
ble by Bubba Harmon.
Blountstown downed the Wa-
kulla Rebels Thursday, 1-0 to go
into the finals with Port St. Joe.
Port St. Joe will host the Re-
gional game here Friday after-
noon-at 3:30 p.m. with the Cen-
tury Black Cats. The winner of
Friday's game will go to the
. state finals at a place yet to be
Bicycle Rodeo Winners
Port St. Joe Jaycees had a record number of
-elementary age children enter their annual bicy-
cle rodeo Saturday, in which the Jaycees stressed
bike safety and skill in riding.
Nine winners were selected in three age
groups to receive trophies for their bike riding
skills. The winners, pictured above are, front
row, left to right- Eight Years and Under, Jen-
nie Maddox, first place; Missy Kilpatrick, second
place and Lisa Ray, third place. Back row, left
to right-11 and 12 Year Olds, Wesley Thompson,
first place; Leslie Gainous, second place and
Jeff Andrews, third place. 9 and 10 Year Olds,
Ronald Miller, first place; David Lawrence, sec-
ond place and Jan Leavins, third place.
Kennedy insisted that the ad-
dition of Oak Grove to the main
would not lower the pressure
to any great degree and said,
"If the pressure drops, Oak
Grove will put up a tank".
Commission Chairman Pippin'
pointed out that Kennedy wasn't
speaking for the entire Board,:
nor was he. He pointed out that
Oak Grove didn't have the fi-
nancing to put up a tank now
or later without at least 50 more
-Pippin went on to request the
City to absorb the cost of half
the tank with the District pay-
ing for the other half. "We rea-
lize it ,is not the City's respon-
sibility to provide any financial
assistance at -all",. Pippin said,
"but these people pee4k-water
and this seems to be the only
way to get it. I-don't think you
have enough pressure without
the tank either".
Commissioner Kennedy then'
came back and stated that he
thought the County Board would
go along with paying for half the
tank cost if the city would pay
half and leave the tank open at
both ends to serve the Long
Avenue and High School areas,
as well as Oak Grove. He then
said Oak Grove district could re-
pay the County over a period
The City Board then suggest-
ed that Kennedy go back to the
County Board and get their
agreement on this move then.
the City would take another look
In other action, the Board:
Released $800.00 to the
Port St. Joe-Gulf County Cham-
ber of Commerce to be used for
Told Sam Stallworth that
material was on hand to install
water and sewer services in a
new subdivision in North Port
St. Joe and that the City would
begin the work right away. The
lots are now available for build-
Clerk Brock reported on a
recent meeting of the Florida
League of Cities in which fund-
ing bills enacted in the recent
session of the Legislature were
discussed. Brock said some ave-
nues of revenue were decreased
such as cigarette and gasoline
taxes, but that others were in-
creased, giving the City an ap-
parent small gain.
The Board discussed prob-
lems brought about with new re-
quirements from the Corps of
Engineers for the new Wastewa-
ter Treatment plant outfall line
which empties in St. Joseph Bay.
The Corps now requires the line
to be buried up to the point of
emission, rather than lying on
the Bay bottom. This will mean
considerable more expense if the
City is not successful in appeal-
ing the new ruling.
Port St. Joe's registered elec-
tors will go to the polls Tuesday
of next week to elect two City
Commissioners to two year
Polls, located at the Fire Sta-
tion in the City Hall, will be open
from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The
City will use voting machines in
the Tuesday election.
Seeking re-election in Group 4
is incumbent George H. Wimber- -
ly. Wimberly was appointed to
his post two months ago by the
present board to fulfill the un..
expired term of Robert B. Fox,
who resigned and moved from
the City. Wimberly is opposed by
John W. (Jay) Bouington and
In Group 3, a field of four can-
didates have qualified to seek
election. Roy C. "Buck" Garrett,
James B. "Bennyo' Roberts, Wal-
ter C. Robinson and Raymond
Rogers are on Tuesday's ballot.
Both Commission posts are
elected and serve city-wide.
Of the seven candidates, only
one"-Bffd amm--has ever tried
their abilities in a-'Municipa_
If no one candidate in either
race polls a majority Tuesday,
the two high men in each group
, will run off the election two
weeks later, Tuesday, May 23.
Port St. Joe and Highland
View Elementary Schools an-
nounce the registration for boys
and girls who plan to enter first
grade and kindergarten in the
fall of 1972. Registration at Port
St. Joe Elementary will be held
in the middle building of the
old Elementary site. Registra-
tion at both schools will be held
from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Children planning to attend
kindergarten must have obtained
the age of five on or before
January 1. Students must have a
birth certificate for registration.
Also, according to state law, all
kindergarten children must have
their immunization records up to
date before entering school in
Any child who plans to attend
first grade for the 1972-73 school
year and not enrolled in kinder-
garten this year, should register
on May 12. These children must
be six on or before January 1.
GCCC Offering Course
in Political Science
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will offer a course in poli-
tical science in Port St. Joe. Reg-
istration will be May 9 at 6:30
p.m. in the Port St. Joe High
The classes will meet two
times each week on Tuesday and
Thursday, tentatively. Classes
will begin May 16 and continue
through June 22.
The course is also open to
high school seniors with appro-
val of the principal.
L. '..'' 1.
Finest In The World
We have always been convinced that we live among
the finest people in the world. It's the main thing that
keeps us in Port St. Joe. We could make. more money
somewhere else and probably work less for it. We could
live in surroundings just as pleasant and well-kept. We
could find schools just as good for our children and chur-
ches just as beautiful in which to worship. But the peo-
ple do it. They make the difference.
We here at The Star became involve'd-quite by acci-
dent---last week in a movement to raise some help for- a
family which was in need. A lady came in the office
with an appeal we couldn't turn down to publish an arti-
cle concerning the needy family and ask for some help.
Frankly we didn't think the appeal would do much
good, especially since most people here in Port St. Joe
are in need of a little help themselves after eight months
with very little work going on. "Who can afford to help
even if they wanted to?" we wanted to ask the lady.
But, we ran the appeal and have been answering the
telephone day and 4ight ever since from people who wanted
to do what they could and wanted to know how they could
go about aiding theae unfortunate people. -
We were flabbergasted. We knew a few people would
come forth with a little aid, knowing-people in this area
are concerned. But we weren't equipped ndr prepared for
the avalanche of a response we received.. Many people
came by the office and wrote us a check to get to the
needy people without even knowing who they were. Many
still don't know. We have their checks, though, to go
toward paying those huge hospital bills pending. The
food and clothing donations were substantial also.
Again, we were amazed at the response of perfect
strangers to the needs of one of our citizens and were
able once again to re-affirm our belief that the reason one
reads of so much crime, violence and man's inhumanity to
man in the news everyday is because this is still the unusual
-it is still the news. The normal is still .man's concern
with man's well-being.
' Next Tuesday is election day in Port St. Joe and an
important election day it is. True, we must cast our bal-
lots for only two City Commissioners--less than a ma-
jority. The next two years of Port St. Joe's history will
be extremely important ones to the citizens and the tax
payers and they should be years of having the best of qual-
ified men on our City Commission.
The City of Port St. Joe .has been exceedingly blessed
in the past 10 to 15 years, especially, to have men of un-
usual business ability on the Commission. Before you
say, "well, how about Joe Blow who served on the Com-
mission 25 years ago or 50 years ago," please let it be
known that we are not limiting our acoclades to this 15
year span. We have just kept up with things closer dur-
ing the last 15 years.
One of the candidates for the Commission pointed
out the need last week for qualified men during the next
two years. He may have been coming forth with a good
reason for people to vote fdr him, but he was absolutely
correct in his statement. The City WILL need competent
men-during the next two years. During this -time, the
Commission will be involved in spending ,$9.2 million on
a new Wastewater Disposal Treatment plant. This is
quite a sizeable expenditure for a City the size of Port
St. Joe. As a matter of fact, this amount equals about
12 years of the current budget rate.
Who you decide is the better man to over-see this
expenditure is your job. Our job is to try and punch you
up to the point where you will exercise y~ur ballot Tuesday
of next week in this important choice of two men.
Our City has made a considerable amount of pro-
gress during the past decade or so. The City offers ser-
vices many larger municipalities do not. The City is in
excellent financial condition. The tax rate is reasonably
low. Equipment for service to the citizens is adequate-
and in good shape. We hope everyone will do their
part in keeping the situation improving as it has in the
past by exercising your right to vote for the best man
for office regardless of whether he is the man you favor
through popularity or friendship. Do your part in main-
taining a progressive city. Vote Tuesday. A large vote
shows interest and Commissioners and other representa-
tives have their actions governed by the amount of interest
shown on election day.
New Waste Water Treatment Plant
Is Unique Installation In State
What started out as thinking
for a $674,000 sewage disposal
plant for the City of Port St. Joe
has blossomed into a $9.2 million
Wastewater Disposa 1 Plant
which 'will adequately treat li-
Squid wastes for the entire Port
St. Joe area-industry and do-
mestic-City Auditor and Clerk
Charles Brock told the Rotary
Club last Thursday.
Brock began his chronology of
planning for the giant disposal
system which meets the approval
of the Environmental Protection
Agency by reporting the City was
notified back in 1967 that it
must install a secondary treat-
ment system under orders -of
the state pollution control board.
Port St. Joe was one of many ci-
ties in Florida receiving such or-
After taking initial steps to-
ward planning such a system, St.
Joe Paper Company was also hit
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DeWITT T. MATHEWS, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ....-...
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....
"Come and Worship God With Us"
! 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, Pnotographer, Columnist, Reporter, Prow*
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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PorT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
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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. 8. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or commissions in advertisements, the publishers
to not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word I. given scant attention; the printed word i thoughthfll
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; -the printed word thoroughly con-
ices. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
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by the same citation along
with every other paper mill in
the State of Florida. Glidden-
Durkee complied with regula-
tions by announcing beforehand
their intention to put in a treat-
A year later, the City ap-
proached federal agencies with
the possibility of building a sys-
tem to care for wastes of both
the city and industry. The City
Commission's thinking was that
it was foolish for the three pro-
ducers of liquid wastes to dupli-
cate their efforts in three separ-
ate systems when one system
would mean a considerable fi-
nancial savings to all three par-
In September of 1970, the EPA
gave their blessings on the pro-
ject and the planning began in
earnest with David B. Smith En-
gineers of St. Petersburg, hired
to do the design.
Since that time, the three par-
ties have drawn up agreements
of financial responsibility to the
retirement of the costs of con-
struction and of operation for
the facility over the next 40
years, with each paying his pro-
rata share based on the engin-
eers estimated flow of waste
water -through the plant.
Brock said the plant is now
under construction on a 300 acre
site in the old Kenney's Mill
area, with the plant tentatively
scheduled to go into operation
in July, 1973.
The plant will require approx-
imately seven people to operate
and will dump its treated water
in St. Joseph Bay. Engineers say
the effluent will be 90% pure
water when it is discharged.
The only other residue will be
a small amount of ash from the
incinerator which will burn sol-
ids removed from the treated
Wesley R. Ramsey
Editor, The Star ,
It has been a real pleasure
for me to have the opportunity
to serve you and all the people
of the 6th Senatorial District
during this four year term of
office. I hope that my service
has been of benefit to the peo-
ple of the District and the State
of Florida as a whole.
I am. sure. that on occasions I
have made mistakes, and as the
old saying goes "one who does
not make mistakes does noth-
ing". Also, I am sure that on
some occasions we may have had
some minor differences on par-
ticular, items. I would like to
take this opportunity to thank
you for the advice, guidance,
and all types of assistance you
have rendered me both during
my campaign and my term of
office. I am still your Senator
so please feel free to call on me
for any assistance that I can be
to you and the people in your
It appears now that after No-
vember, I will be representing a
different District and some dif-
ferent counties than those that
now comprise the 6th Senatorial
District. My door will always be
open to you and if at any time
in the future, I can be of help
to. you, please call.
I know that my life has been
enriched by having known you
and had the pleasure to work
with you and for the people in
your area. Again, let me say
thanks for having allowed me
the opportunity of being your
W. E. BISHOP,
Senator, 6th District
"Midget Investments With
all No. 481'. Charter No. 14902 National Bank Region No. 6
Report of Condition
Consolidating Domestic Subsidiaries of the
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT, THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON
APRIL 18, 1972 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY
COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER TITLE 12, UNITED
STATES CODE. SECTION 161.
Cash and due from banks 649,617.55
U. S. Treasury securities 451,018.00
Obligations of other U.S. Government
agencies and corporations 220,121.49
Obligations of States and political subdivisions --- 2,393,587.43
Other securities (including $26,250.00 corporate stock) -- 419,211.18
Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell 1,000,000.00
Bank nremi.es, furniture and fixtures, and other
assets, representing bank premises 380,196.69
Real estate owned other than bank premises 32,826.92
Other assets .77,751.28
TOTAL ASSETS 7,566,438.84
I A B I L I
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations 3,789,168.32
Time and savings deposits of individuals,
partnerships and corporations 871,916:13"
Deposits of United States Government 58,105.06
Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,540,663.58
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 16,237.66
TOTAL DEPOSITS $6,276,090.75
(a) Total demand deposit s $4,171,433.91
(b) Total time and savings deposits --- $2,104,656.84
Other liabilities 94,274.71:
TOTAL LLAIILITIES 6,370,365.46
RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES.
Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant
to IRS rulings) 12,060.02
TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES --- --- 12,060.02
Equity capital-total 1,184,013.36
Common Stock-total par value 400,000.00
No. shares authorized 16,000
No. shares outstanding 16,000
Undivided profits 127,237.43
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves -- 181,775.93
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,184,013.36
TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES and
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 7,566,438.84
Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending
with call date 6,336,839.76
Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days
ending with call date 1,938,539.05
I, Grover L. Holland, Assistant Vice-President of the above-named
bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I /s/ GROVER L. HOLLAND
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
of condition 'and declare that it has been examined by us and to the
best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.
/s/ J. LAMAR MILLER
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
/s/ B. R. GIBSON, JR. Directors
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Like 999 boaters out of 1,000, we had never had the )
life jacket on and were unaware it was torn and less ,
aware that a torn life jacket will not support a person in
the water for any length of time. It adds points to our /
smarts to admit that we 'do know no life jacket will not /
support the person it is intended unless it is worn. It /
takes away all these bonus smarts and others too, that
we didn't have the life jacket in life saving position-on,
So the Conservation Officer wrote a ticket to appear
before the County Judge. "We're not trying to be hard
or anything", he explained, "but it is our job to see
that people exercise safe boating practice and carry the
necessary equipment to preserve life in case of an acci-
We have read reams and reams about what the offi-
cer was saying. Every week we throw something in the
trash can, sent as a free information piece about safe
boating habits. But, why waste time or space in .the
newspaper printing this stuff? We're not going to fall P
off the boat. It is our full, 100% intention to stay in that
boat from the time it leaves the landing until we get back.
We only 'suffer those bulky life jackets and cushions to
take up valuable room in the boat because some lawyers
up in Tallahassee passed a law a few years back saying it
was the law. Never did it cross our mind that we were
in constant danger of drowning because we had nothing
on board the boat to prevent it.
Like we say, how are you going to get piqued at some-
one who tries to save your life?
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How are you going to get piqued at someone trying
to save your life ?
Our first reaction when one of our various enforce-
ment officers stops us is to mentally harangue him (or
even sometimes verbally) with the old saw, "Why are
you wasting your time picking on me a law abiding
citizen. Why aren't you where you're needed out track-
ing down law breakers?" Confess now, isn't this so?
Saturday morning we were stopped on the Brothers
River by ja Conservation Department officer. "Let me
check your boat registration please .. Do you have all
the required life-saving devices on board?" The officer
Swas very courteous and helpful in explaining what the
boat registration looked like in order to make it easier
Then he ,hit us with his bombshell. "None of your
life-support devices are adequate or acceptable." He point-
ed to a life jacket. "See the splits in the cover? That
jacket wouldn't support you in the water more than just
a few seconds until it became water-logged. Your boat
cushion isn't Coast Guard approved nor does it have a
required strap across the face of the cushion. How would
you hang onto that cushion if you were scared and fight-
ing for your life?"
THE STAR, Port St. Jw, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 rAGE TBRE3~~
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 1st (et) y o Jun, 2 at
11:00 A.M., Gulf County Court House, Port St. Joe, Florida, tax cer-
tificates will be sold on the following described land to pay the
amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all,
costs of such sale and all advertising.
Description S T R A Owner Taxes Adv. Tot.
Comm. at the SE cor, al~likld a 1 !
of the SA of SW%, or
S% of lot 3 orig., and
run W. for 470 ft. to
the FOB; th. run N.
175 ft.; th. run W. 50
ft.; th. run S. 175 ft.
th.. run E. 50 ft. to
- the POB; said lot of
land lying and being Florida Investors,
in sect. 31-4-10 ------... 31 4 9 1 Inc. ---------37.40 6.60 44.00
Comm. at SW cor. of
NW% of Sect. 31, T 4
S, i 9 W, and run E.
along the 3 sec. line
for 840 ft.,th. run N.
175 ft., to POB, th. run
N. 100 ft., th. run W
240 ft.; th. S. 1"00 ft.
th. E. 240 ft. to POB.
This lot joins a 50 ft.
street on E. side.This
land lies sin NW% of Gulf Shores Dredging
Sect. 31, T4S, R9W 31 4 9 1 Company 56.03 7.80 63.83
Connm. on the W side
of Hwy 381 where the
same crosses the N.
line of the SEA, of
SWrA of Sect., said pt.
65 ft. E of the NW
cor. of said SE% of
SW%, of said sect. 20,
th. S 27* E. along the
Westerly right .of way
of Hwy 381-400 ft. to
POB, th. at an angle
of 90 to the right a
distance of 100 ft.,
th. at an angle of 90
to the left 100 ft., th.
at an angle of 90* to
the left 100 ft. to the
right of way of Hwy
381, th. at an angle
of 900 to the left
along said right, of H. T. and Ada
way 100 ft. to POB __ 20 5 9 Jane Stewart 3.44 14.40 17.84
S% of S% of NE% of
NE% Of 32/5/9 and 9
A. to Evelyn Smith, al-
so beg. at SW cor. of
NE% of NW'% of sect.
3315/9 and run N. 380
ft., th. run E. to Hwy
381, th. run Southerly
along W. side of Hwy
381 to S. line-of said
40, th. run W. to POB;
less 7 A. to Listers,
less 1 A. to Talmadge Mrs. Guile
Cox 32 5 9 2 Holmes -- 13.30 8.40 21.70
Comm. at the NE cor.
of the SW% of sect.
and run W. for 300 ft.
to the POB; same be-
ing the NW cor. of
land owned by Robert
Faison th. run W. 100
ft.; th. rur S. to the
N. side of the Old Pan-
ama & Wewa Hwy.; th.
along old Wewa &
Panama Rd. to a voint
due S. of the POB, be-
ing 100 ft. more or
less, th. run due N.
for 375 ft. to the POB,
said lanol lying and
being in the SW% James and Tommy
of SE% of sect. ____14 4 10 1 Rouse ------ 30.39 12.00 42.39
Comm. at the NE cor.,
of NW 4 of NW'% of
sect. & run W. along
40 line for 170 ft., th.
run S to the Old Pana-
ma Rd. being approxi-.
mately 285 ft. more or
less; th. run W. along
N. side of said Rd. for r
40 ft.; th. run N. for
285 ft. more or less
to N. line of said 40,
th. run E. for 40 ft. to
POB. This lot lies W
of the Holiness
Church lot & Annie
Mae Gregory & hav-
ing a 40 ft. frontage Home Security
on Old Panama Hwy. 23 4 10 Corp. -------43.54 11.40 54.94
A lot of land 40 ft.
on Old Panama Road
& running back 285 ft.
to the N lineof NW% Alfonso
of NW% 23 4 10 Baker, Jr. -- 4.09 3.00 7.09
A parcel of land des- ''- l 'i I -
cribed in Deed Book
12 Page 592, less par- Lee Beck
cels sold off ..--.- 23 4 10 1 Estate ------1.46 2.40 3.86
Beg. at the NW cor. of
lot 7, Blk. D, Williams-
burg Subd. and run W
alond S side of Wil-
liams St. for 100 ft. to
the POB, th. run W.
for 100 ft.; th. run S
for 50 ft. th. run E for
100 ft.; th. run N for
50 ft. to the POB,
same lying & being in
NE% of NW% of sect. Bryant Hand
26-4-10. ...... ... 26 4 10 Et Ux ----- 5.41 9.80 15.21
Beg. at SE cor. of W
of SE% of NW% of -:-- H .1
NE' of sect. & run
N. 75 ft., th. run W
100 ft. th. run S 75 ft.;
th. run E 100 ft. to
POB; said lot of land -; '- .
lying & being in sect. Irene Riley
26-4-10, Gulf Co. Fla. 26 4 10 % Estate ---- 2.78 5.40 8.18
Beg. 106 ft. E & 25 ft. WWXH8!i .-- \ ;
N of the SE cor. of '
Gaulding Add. to HV
for POB, th. run E
120 ft. th. N 115 ft. th.
W 120 ft.,th. S 115 ft. "' : J --v-
to POB in SE%4 of lot '
14 Orig. 26 7 11 Amos Lovett 2.89 4.80 7.69
WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
Blk. E, Lot 5, less lot 75 ft George W.
x 210 ft. to Everitt Calhoun -----.... 26.45
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK 2ND
Blk. 6, Lot 10 W. Troy Hall -- 10.67
J. W. Lara-
Blk. 12, Lot 3 more, Jr. -- 27.77
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBD.
Blk. 4, Lot 1 W. T. Tidwell 24.65
Blk. 5, S of Lot 3 Ervin Hoskins 15.93
MEEKS LAKE SUBD.
Blk. 3, Lot 4 Mrs Zadie Smith 11.99
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD.
Blk. 1, Lot 84 Darrell Adams 13.30
GULF COUNTY LAND CO.
iGulf Shore Dredg-
Blk. 7, Lot 21 ing. Co. ------ 93.28
C. W. ALDERSON SUBD.
Billy & Lessie
BIk. H, Lot 38 Myrle Knee 74.65
RISH ADDITION TO- WEWAHITCHKA UNIT NO. 1
Sil&. 1, Lots 10 & 11 Whitfield 70.93 1.20 72.13
CLECKLEY'S ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
Blk. 9, Lot 9 Bright--------7.60 1.20 8.80
Blk.. 1, Lots 7, 8, 11, & 12 Cooley ----.---7.40, 1.20 38.60
IDA GRIFFIN SUBD.
Franklin Whitfield & Huw-
Blk. 4, E. 25 ft. of lots 1 & 2 B- bert Whitfield 3.87 1.20 5.07
Home Securit.y 6
Blk. B, Lot 14 Corp. ----- 44.86 1.20 46.06
Blk. E, Lot .14 Dean------ 2.78 1.20 3.98
Blk. E, Lot 15 Daisy Porter-- 2.78 / .60 3.38
BEACON HILL SUBD. .. ,
Blk. 21, Lot 11 & S of lot 13 -- Thomas Harris 40.42 .60 41.02
YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL '
BIk. 3, Lot 4 W. T. Wheeler 129.03, .60 129.63
Blk. 9, Lot 3 Butler ------- 6.59 1.20 65.79
Blk. 9, Lots 6, 7 & N of lot 5 --_ Butler --- -2.34 1.20 3.54
Blk. 9, Lots 14 & 15 Harold Butler 48.48 .60 49.08
Blk. 11, Lots 6 & 7 Curlee -------- 2:34 1.20 3.54
Bik. 12, Lots 9 & 10 Helms --------1.79 1.20 2.99
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
Blk. 8, Lot 10 John H. Davis 8.88 .60 9.48
Blk. 12, Lot 16 Donald Butler 2.34 .60 2.94
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
Blk. 46, Lots 7 & 9 Joseph Aucoin 27.05 .60 27.65
FOREHAND'S 2nd ADDITION TO HIGHLAND VIEW
Blk. F, S. 50 ft. of lots 13, 14 -- Whitfield __- 2.34 1.20 3.54
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBD.
Blk. A. Lot 3 Williams ------ 8.21 1.20 9.41
Polyester and cotton blends. 5/6
through 24%. .
Guaranteed quality. P o p ular
new styles to choose from. Sizes
4% to 11.
RAINC 0 AT
With Purchase, of
$5.00 or MORE
Lace Trim on Tailored Nylon
Sizes 4-10. Regular values to
$1.25 each. White, black, red
and assorted pastels.
Blk. A. Lots 4 & 5 Burch Estate 53.85 1.20
Blk. C, Lot 3 Homes, Inc. _- 16.26 1.20
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBD.
Blk. C, Lots 4 & 5 Carl Wood 1.25 .60
J. R. NORTON SUBD.
Blk. 2, Lots 5 & 6 Brackins ------2.89 1.20
All lot 16 and W. 22 ft. of Lot 15 Carl Wood -- 8.21 .60
CAPE SAN BLAS SUBD.
Bik. 5, Lots 35 & 36 William Baggs 13.57 .60
MONEY BAYOU SUBD.
Bik. D, Lot 2 Robert Joseph 44.45 .60
Blk. D, Lots 10 & 11 Marion Watson 32.36 .60
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
Blk. 1, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Joel C.
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Taylor --- 94.12 1.20
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Blk. 15, N. 21 ft. x 90 ft. off
lot 14 and W. 9 ft. x 45 ft.
off lot 14 and W. 45 ft. of Miles K.
lots 16, 18 & 20 Hurlbut------472.87 2.40
Blk. 25, Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10 __- Ralph Swatts _517.87 .60
Blk. 41, Lot 16 Budge -------- 20.86 1.20
Blk. 42, Lot 13 Gordon Thomas 165.82 .60
Blk. 42, Lot 18 Knight -------31,22 1.20
Blk. 1007, Lot 18, less W. 31 ft. Sam Alexander 34.66 .60
Blk. 1015, Lot 23 Borders ------. 34.66 1.20
Blk. 1017, Lot 12 and E of lot 10 George Bryant 36.39 .60
Blk. 1017, Lot 13 Gus Miller --. 51.92 .60
Blk. 1018, Lots 32 & 34 ---------Roberts----- 20.86 1.20
ST. JOE HEIGHT SSUBD.
Blk. A, Lot 7 Martha Jackson 34.66 .60
Bik. B, S% of lotl0 Jerry Gainer __ 26.04 .60
/s/ HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON,
Tax Collector, Gulf County
5505 Book Fair At
.85 Highland View
4.09 The Highland View Elementary
I School will sponsor a student book
8.81 fair from May 15 to May 19. Stu-
dents will be able to browse and
14.17 purchase books. The book fair will
I be open to the public between 2:30
32.9605 and 3:30 on these days. Books will
be on display in the library.
The book fair committee invites
95.32 all students, parents, and visitors
to attend the fair. The fair will en-
courage student interest in read-
ing and in building home librar-
475.27 ies, and will also contribute to a
518.47 worthwhile project. All profits
22.06 will be used for the library.
166.42 The book fair display will in-
32.42 clude attractive new books from
35.26 many publishers in all popular
price ranges. All reading interests
35.86 will be represented. The commit-
36.99 tee is working with Educational
52.52 Reading Service, a professional
22.06 book fair company, to furnish an
individual selection of books for
35.26 the fair.
26.641 Mrs. Michele Cottrill is acting as
book fair chairman.
Give "Mom" One of Our
Our Entire Dress Stock ... Many
just arrived. Jr., Missy and Half
sizes. Individually selected styles.
Help "Mom" Make A Splash
Quality fit and style. Bra-sized ,
suits by Roxanne. Bikinis and
Baby Doll by "Beach Party" for
SAVE 99c ON EACH
Regular value $3.99 to $7.99 each.
Beautiful bags of quality. "John
Wind", "Dallas Handbags", "HRM
of Texas" and others.
By "Daniel Greene", "Merry Mule"
- ` 1. C
Solids and prints with sleeves or
sleeveless. Sizes S, M, L.
Nylon lace trim. Some with
shadow panels. Sizes 32 to 48.
I I I i I I I
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THE STAR, Port St. J"., Florida THURSDAY, MAY 46 1972
White City Church
Tf U .- i.. -- a..* ..
Reader's Digest in any one of its Katherine is the daughter of Mr.
13 language editions which she and-Mrs. John Core of 1901 Cypress
chooses, and a personal certificate Avenue-.
For Honest and Efficient City Government. .
jame' "e. IennyVj "Jobert
City Commissioner Group 3
Your Support Will Be Appreciated
of PORT ST. JOE
303 REID AVENUE
Phones 227-2071 and 227-4061
KIRBY Sales, Service and Supplies
Special Introductory Offer
FREE RUG SHAMPOO
of any Rooimh Size Rug. No obligation except dem-
onstration of new Kirby "Classic" for husband and
CENTENNIAL BUILDING -- PORT 'ST. JOE
MAY 17 through 20
Services 7:30 P.M. Each Night
Public Is Invited to Attend
Rev. Joe Doucet
E V A N G 'E L I S T
of Lake Charles, Louisiana
S JOE BRANNON, Music Director
I of Port St. Joe
Donations to Thrift Engagement of Sherry Elizabeth White,
Shop Acknoweldged C..i.:. ...... L.... III T
iu nu or.I IIterm
A iDonations to the Hospital Auxil-
Pastor AT Dinner iary Thrift Shop during the month
of April were received from:
Members of the White City Bap- Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. Leonard
tist Church will, onor Dr. Lewis Belin, Mrs. Lawrence Copenhaver,'
Curtis Sunday with special day Mrs. Betty Lewis, Mrs. Shira, Mrs.
and dinner following the morning John Dickey, Mrs. George Suber,
worship services, Mrs. Grady Player, Mrs. Bill Rich,
* Dr. Curtis, a professor at Baptist Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Wayne
Bible Institute in Graceville has Hendrix, Mrs. Trudy Harrison,
been serving as interim pastor of Mrs.. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Wyane
the church uptil a new pastor could Hendrix, Mrs. Bill Parker, Mrs.
be called. Gus Creech, Mrs. George Tapper,
The church issues an invitation Mrs. Lamar Hardy, Mrs. Lawrence
to everyone to attend and bring Bissett, Mrs. N. G. Martin and Dr.
a lunch. Shirley Simpson.
Ken Kennington, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Kennington, Jr., 1317 McClellan Avenue, observed
, his fifth birthday recently with a birthday party
.at the home of his parents. His guests for the day
were Greg and Kern Daniells, Monica French,
Tommy Kennington, Paula, George, Sherry and
Gary Allen Thompson and little brother, Chris
Kennington. In the photo above, Ken and his
guests gather ;around the birthday cake.
Katherine Regina Core, Top Honor
Student, Receives Digest Award
Katherine Regina pore, a sen- from the editors in recognition of
ikor at Port St. Joe HighSchool, has past acco-nplishments and in an-
been given the annual award of ticipation of' unusual achievement
The Reader's Digest Association to come.
for students who by their success- The Reader's Digest Association
ill school work give promise of is presenting these awards in sen-
attaining leadership in the comr- ior high schools throughout, the
munity. The award was announced United States to the highest honor
this week by Zack Wuthrich, prin- students of the graduating class.
cipal. The award is designed to stimulate
I scholarship, citizenship and con-
SMiss Core. will receive an hon- tinued contact with good reading
orary one-year subscripton to te
CITIZENS of PORT S
I am seeking election May
CITY COMMISSIONER 4
Film Shown Kiwanis
"Hightlights of '72" a slide pre-
sentataion gathered and produced
by the IDCT students of Port St.
Joe High School was shown to the
Kiwanis Club Tuesday,
Clarence Monette, librarian, pre-
sented the program to the Kiwan-
ians, which was a slick produc-
tion of a pictorial tour of Port St.
Joe High School, photographed,
edited, compiled and a sound track
by the DCT students.
The program told the story of
how the new school came about
and gave a pictorial and oral ex-
planation of what it offered to the
student. The slide program' is pre-
faced by an address by Superin-
tendent of Schools, R. Marion
Guests of the club,were Keyettes
Freida Sutton and Kitty Core and
Tommy Tucker of Panama City.
GUESTS OF MOTHER
The Carl Nortons were the guests'
of Mrs. Norton's mother, Mrs. T.
M. Watts, Sr., during the Easter
holidays. Mrs. Watts returned
home with the Nortons to Cleve-
land, Tenn. She also spent several
days in Atlanta, Ga., visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parrish an-',
nounce the birth of a baby boy, I
Shannon Kyle, born April 27 at'
Bay Memorial Hospital in Panama
City. The young man weighed sev-
en pounds, nine ounces.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
Sammy Lee Roberts, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims or demands which you
or either of you may have against
the Estate of Sammy Lee Roberts,
deceased, late of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, to :the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, at his office in
the Courthouse in Gulf County,
Florida, within six (6) calendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice. Each
claim or demand must be in writ-
ing and must state the place of
residence and post office address
of the claimant, and must be sworn
to by the. claimant, his agent or at-
torney, or the same will become
void according to law.
Dated this 26th day of April,
BILL R. HUTTO
Attorney for Administratrix
P. 0. Box 1186 4t-5-4
Panama City, Florida
Dot Williams Named "Girl of the
Year" by Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
Beta Sigma Phi's forty-first an-
nual Founder's Day banquet was
held Saturday night at the Gar-
Eta Upsilon, and Xi Epsilon
Kappa chapters celebrated the
Martha .Sanborn led in repeat-
ing the opening ritual and wel-
comed the members and their
guests. Mary-.Harrison read an
appropriate poem and led the
members in~the Founder's Day
The Founder's Day message
was read by Elva Jones. The
message was written by Bill Ross
who is the son of the founder of
Beta Sigma bPhi.
Eloise ,Curry presented the
awards for .Eta Up'silon chapter.,
Dorothy Williams received the
Girl of" te, Year Award. Each
chapter selects the girl who has
been the most outstanding mem-
ber, to receive this award. The
Progra-i he Year award was
received ,b Freda Jacobs.
The aga' dS for /Xi Epsilon
Kappa ~ rapter were presented
by Mar~gret Biggs.. The Girl of
the Year ward ,was received by
Dot Williams. Elva Jones was
presented the award for Program
of the Year: The social of the
year award was received by Vir-
ginia Cannon and Dot Grossman
with first runner-up going to Jo- DOT WILLIAM
Ann W4thrich and etty' Scott.-
:'C -- ,-
The Florida Association of Na-
tional Honor Society Chapters held
their 1972 |tate Convention in Mi-
ami Beaclb. April 27-29. The pur-
pose of Itie convention was to
Spring together all the chapters in
the state so they might freely talk
over joinki problems, gain educa-
tional experiences and receive in-
spiration s that they might carry
on a betrfr *program and learn
more in eral about the facets
of the se honor societies of the
State of rida.
Those ending from Port St.
Joe High ool were Robert Crea-
mer and mon Sisk who partici-
pated as mbers of the District
II Brain lwl team. Accompany-
ing them the trip was Joe Bran-
IT'S A GI,
and Mrs. Mi
are Mr. andt
vis and thri
Mrs. A. N. EI
and Mrs. Es
Iistiana, first child of
4da Davis of Port St.
Son April 13. She
on pounds, one ounce.
grandparents are Mr.
colm F. Rozier of We-
Srs. Lamar Davis, also
Lhka. Joylin has one
,her, Andrew -Neil Da-
i great grandmothers;
vis, Mrs. Exie Herring
Probably, more 'so now than any tine in the past,
your City Government needs qualify d individuals
to carry through with the very important 'projects
and major business transactions n cessary over
the next two years. I feel I have tl ese qualifica-
tions. I need your vote and help in this undertak-
ing. Thank you for your consideration.
CITY COMMISSIONER -- MAY 9
Mrs. Evelyn C. White of 1314
Marvin Avenue announces the
engagement of her daughter,
Sherry Elizabeth to Erskine Ram-
sey Lambert, III of Jacksonville.
Sherry is also the daughter of
the late D. E. White of Port St.
Joe. Mr. Lambert is the son of
Mrs. Mary C. Lambert of Jack-
Miss White is a 1966 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School. She
received both a, Bachelor of
Science and a Master of Science
degree in Speech Pathology and
Audiology from Florida State
University and is presently em-
ployed as an intinerant Speech
Pathologist for the Duval Coun-
ty school system in Jacksonville.
Mr. Lambert is a radio techni'
eian and Sergeant in the United
States Marine Corps Reserve. He
is Vice-President of Duval Auto
Radio, Inc., which provides elec-
tronic repair service throughout
The wedding will be an event
of Saturday, July 1, at 11:00
a.m.,' in the Southside Baptist
Church in Jacksonville.
Midoet Investments Bltt
N 0 TWICE
DR. G..E. BUTTS, D.V.M.
will be at the Port St. Joe Fire Station
Thursday, May 11, 1972 from 2:30 until 5:30 p.m.
for the purpose of
Vaccinating Small Animals (Dogs, Cats, etc.)
Against Rabies -
The amount of $3.00 will be charged for each ani-
mal treated. All persons are urged to have their '
animals treated at this time for the protection of
themselves, their families and the community. All
animals will be registered and License Tags obtain-
ed at the Vet's Office during the above time. Li-
cense Tags are $1.00 for the first animal, $.50 for
the second and third animal, for a maximum fee of
$2.00 to any one owner.
H. W. GRIFFIN 2t
Chief of Police 5-4
City of Port St. Joe
I I I
Pore Boy's Corner
IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 4, 5 and 6
Canned Drinks 10 $1.00
Large Twin Package
TOM'S P 0 TAT 0 C H I P -----S --- pkg. 48c
No. 2Y2 cans Double Luck Ga. Grade 'A'
Cut Green Beans $11 Medium Eggs---- 2 doz. 89c
No. 2 cans Sliced With $10.00 Order or More
Pineapple S U G AR -- 5 lb. bag 49c
Del Monte C.S. or W.K. Jewel
Corn----- 4 cans Shortening--- 3 lb. can 69c
With $10.00 Order or More
FOLGER'S COFFEE------- Ib. can 69c
WHOLE or SHANK HALF
CURED HAMS lb. 49c
GEORGIA GRADE 'A'
FRYERS Ib. 29c
Blade Cut Fresh
Chuck Roast -------lb. 59c PORK RIBS -------b. 69c
Beef Roast --------lb. 69c NECK BONES -----3 lbs. 89c
Pore Boy's Fresh
PAN SAUSAGE-------------lb. 59c
TURKEY WINGS or NECKS --------- b. 39c
HIGHWAY 91 HIGHLAND VIEW
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972
Kan Kpnninaton CeIAerates Iifth'Birthdcay
Round Steak l--- b. 89c uked Boas
Fresh Chuck Roast
HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. $1.69 Rump Roast
Fresh First Cut Center Cut All Meat
Pork Chops lb. 49c lb. 89c Stew Beef lIb.
trS3lllt e KaMlli~ey LaMIIerT, Ill, loO!U
S. ,THE STA, Port St. Joe Florida THURSDAY, MAY 4, i972
Rev. Raymond Rogers
CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP 3
Rev. Raymond Rogers is seeking the office of City Com-
missioner, District 3. He is a resident of North Port St.
Joe and a very active citizen in the community.
Rev. Rogers is dedicated to prompt and equal represen-
tation for all.
Your -Vote amd'Support will be Appreciated
F NFUNE-RAL HO0 ME
and Ambulance Service
FULLY EQUIPPED AMBULANCES
With All Emergency, First Aid Supplies
Two Qualified Attendants At All Times
507 10th Street
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County will receive
sealed bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described personal property:
One (1) 1972 Truck % ton
equipped as follows: 4 wheel
drive; free running hubs; en-
gine 8 cyl. 350 cu. in. min.; am-
meter and oil pressure gauge;
fresh air heater with defroster;
western-type mirrors swing-lock
supports; battery 66 plates-70
amp.-hr.; alternator 65 amp;
hsock absorbers heavy duty
front and rear; springs front,
1250 lbs; springs rear, 1650 lbs.;
axle front 3000 lbs. ratios 3.50
to 1; axle rear 3300 lbs.; clutch
11 in. min.; tires 8:25x15D,8PR
transfer case, single speed with
A4 speed; heavy duty. transmis-
sion' or transfer case 2 speed
with 3 speed transmission he 'vy
duty; vinyl deep-fbam' ;seat; hear
vy dpty rear step bumper; style-
.side 6% ft. body. Colorgreen.
Bids' .ill be received until May
9. 19'2, Eastern Daylight Time,' at
the' Office 'of the Clerk of .the Cir-
cuit Court, Port St. Joe, Florida.
The Board .reserves the right to
reject, any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY
Gulf County 4t-4-27
F.. R. PIPPIN, Jr., Chmn.
Mldget I'V *-~n.- That h ai
Miss Sarah Norton and her mo-
ther, Mrs. C. W. Norton, enter-
tained in their home on Lake
Alice' with a :16vely bridesmaid
luncheon honoring Miss Deborah
Lister, May bride-elect.
Miss Lister w*s presented with
a beautiful white glamellia cor-
sage and her mother, Mrs. Floyd
Lister, and the 'groom's mother,
Mrs. R. B. Baxley, were present-
ed with carnation corsages.
The bride's tAble was decorat-
ed with pink glads and white
mums. The individual tables set
Lunch Rom. Menu
Monday May 8
Stew beef with mixed vegetables,
spring salad, applesauce cake, sli-
ced bread, butter and ,milk.
.Tuesday,- May. 9
'Broiled pork chops, mustard
greens, whole new potatoes, sliced
tomatoes, citrus fruit, cup, cookies,
corn bread and milk.i
Cream chicken in, rice, tossed
green salad, English.peas, peaches
with topping, rolls,, butter and
Thursday, May 11
Cheeseburger, green lima beans,
pepper rings, shredded lettuce
with sliced tomatoes,' yellow cake
with orange icing.
Friday, May, 12
Barbecue beef sandwich, butter-
ed corn, lettuce with.dressing, cel-
ery and carrot sticks,' chocolate
cake and milk. P'
for other guests had center pie-
ces of pink sweetheart roses,
the bride's chosen color, and
were further enhanced by white
wedding bells and miniature
bride and grooms at other van-
The hostesses presented the
honoree with a gift of a cut
glass butter dish. Those enjoying
the luncheon with Miss Lister
were the bridesmaids and their
mothers: Mrs: Floyd Lister, mo-
ther of the bride; Mrs. R. B. Bax-
ley of Port St. Joe, mother of
the groom; Miss Cindy Baxley
Gulf Rifle Club Showing
Movie Tuesday Night
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold its
monthly meeting at St. James'
Episcopal Parish House Tuesday,
May 9 at 8:00 p.m.
A color movie, "Fly Fisherman's
World" will be shown. Famed
sportsman Lee Wulf demonstrates
the thrills of fly fishing for trout,
salmon, tarpon and sail fish.
of Port St. Joe; Mrs. Ted L. Whit-
field, Jr., Mrs. William Shirley,
Miss Susan Shirley, Mrs. Ken-
neth Chason, Mrs. Elvia Hersey
of White City, Mrs. Roy Lister,
Miss Michele Lister, Mrs. Ber-
nice Tillman, Mrs. Jerry Gaskin,
Mrs. C. W. Norton, Miss Sarah
Norton and also Mrs. Joy Tan-
ton. Miss Lister will become the
bride of Bryan Baxley on May 27
at the First United Methodist
Church of Wewahitchka.
Walter Dodson, Gulf Voluntary
county chairman for the sales of
United States Savings Bonds re-
ports that bond sales during March
were $19.511. The county reached
36.6% of its 1972 sales goal March
The County Chairman noted that
70% of the nation's Savings Bonds
sales come from the Payroll Sav-
ings Plan. He stated that 10 mil-
Ilion people save regularly on this
plan which is offered by 40,000 of
the nation's employers.
Vote for and Elect
City Commissioner Group 4
- I Respectfully Solicit Your Vote and Support
I will Diligently Work for Your Benefit
CA BP~epL fbre
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SET FOR ONLY
4dPc. ed rrrn iSutte
Includes: DRESSER MIRROR
Bed ist'tidy and will fit queen
This 80 inch sofa and
matching chair is covered .:
in expanded vinyl. The
molded: rubber back gives
great comfort. Easy to .'
clean and built for every-
SASpeed Queen Model No.
e Automatic Washer
Shop our large stock of 2 Complete Cycles 0 8 Water Temp. Settings
quality living room furni-
ture. Merchandise from na-
tionally known manufac-
turers for every decor
E MATCHING SPEED QUEEN $ 159.00
ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER ........
95i of Estimated Receipts --- 117,666.00
alance Forward: Cash----------- 35,572.55
- AP*. aI Estimated $153.238.55
7Atorneys and Experts Fees ---- $ 3,000.00 $ 16,8
A# Other Expenditures _----- 142,701.600 142,7
Total Reserve for Contingencies 7,537.55 7,9
Total Budget $153,238.55 $167,5
(NO ASSESSMENT -OF MILLAGE REQUIRED)
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: F. R. PIPPIN, JR., Chairman
GEORGE Y., CORE, Clerk
Wednesday Nigh 'Ladies League 'had a. 499 sereis for the Kraft
Florida Bank won four ,games -team.
from Sears wfth Christine Light- (Clmforter's won four games
foot rolling a 501 series. Marguer- from Williams Alley Kats with Ber-
ite Scheffer was high Sfor Sears tha 'Clayton having a fine series
wilh a 344 series. of 527 which included a 223 game.
St. Joe Forniture -won, four Eleanor Williams was high for tlhe
games from Shirt and Trophy -wvih Kats ~ith a 392 series.
Jo Sealy leading the way with a Standings W L;
473 serie.I DoInna Hood was high .Florida Bank _---- -----74% 45%
for Shirt and :Trophy with a 445 Comforte's ----------71 49'
Series. St. Joe Furniture 69% 50
,St. Joe, Sttevedores won three St. Joe Kraft --.------- 69% 50%
games froirLSt. Joe Kraft. Connie. St. Joe Stevedores .- 69% 50%
Kirkland, was high for the Steve-, Williams Alley Kats __ 61 58%
._dores with a .477 series. Ruby Lu- Shirt and Trophy _----_ 61% .58
cas had a .4T series. Ruby Lucas,. Sears No. 2---------- 3 117
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
In accordance with Section 129.03, Florida Statutes, 1969, Notice
is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, .FioTida, has adopted a tentative .supplemental budget for
the Fine ani Forfeiture Fund for the fiscal year beginning October
1, 1971, andefiding September 30, 1972; that said Board will be in
session' on Tuesday, May 9, 1972, at 9:00 A.M., for the purpose of
hearing complaints as to said budget and for its final adoption, to-wit:
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
For fiscal year beginning October 1, 1971 and
; IIIending September 30, 1972
S FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
A/C No. Budget Budget
Total Estimated Receipts -------$123,859.00 $123,859.00
Le-s 5% 6,193.00 6,193.00
N0.1 EXHAUST SYSTEM
Meeting exhaust system needs is a demudi g u
you need your muffler now, and It has to be right I
every way quality, price and fit INSTANT CAPABJIY I
meeting exhaust system needs isa k part of mr
business. Thafs why INSTMNT AVALAft/ Y otuae
pipes and accessoies fori al typ1 of ecles FASTW- l
the right quality, right t t f price ho IM de s laI
No. 1 exhaust system supply MsW e t b
MUFFLERS PIPES ACCESSORIES,
DISTRIBUTED IN THIS AREA BR
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
1 Long Avenue Phone 227-2141
THE STAR, Port St. Jo.e, Ftrds THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972
Lady Bowlers off to Tournament
A team of five women bowlers bee.
will leave tomorrow for the State The team offers its thanks to the
Women's Bowling Tournament to following merchants for making
be held in Cocoa Beach. The team the trip possible: Carp's, Comfor-
will go under the name of "The ter Funeral Home, Danley Furni-
Port St. Joe Merchants". ture Company, Boyles, Pate's Ser-
The team consists of Eleanor vice Center, Pollock's Cleaners,
Williams, Melba Barbee, Judy Bar- St. Joe Stevedores, St. Joe Natural
bee, Loyce Beaman and Betty Bar- Gas and Sears.
, No ProblemnwithFrinancing at DANILEY'S. We finance (Our Own
Accounts. Open Your Account In Minutes!
STURDY GLDER GROUP.
GLIDER, CHAIR, ROCKER
T ble, $795S
Drive in TODAY for fast service! ways to w i I
Pricd hown at Fito. Sto Co*pelihWly prkcd adt Hirsone DoBke amd oal ds rvic slations displaying th. Firesto e >ge.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
Y6i Are Codlly wInvited To Atdtend
LONG AVENI tBAPTiSTCHURCH
Comer long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
MORNING* WORSHIP---- ........................ 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNIO --..-. 5:45 P.M.
EVENING, WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M,
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUMA, Pastor
'$1 .,...* "r;
.Dr. Alan Friedman Receives Fellowship
To Do Reearch In Humanities
i 'Dr. Alan Friedman, husband of
'the former Michaele (Mickey)
..Thompson of Port St. Joe, has been
Awarded a Younger Humanist Fel-
'Aowship by tAhe National' Endow:;
ment for the' Humanities.
Beginning in September, Fried&-
man, who is an assistant professor
of physics at Hiram College, Hi-
.kam, Ohio, will take a one-year
-leave of absence from Hiram to
;study the relationship between
modern physics and literature at
the University of California at
)erkley, where he will be a re-
search associate. '
JAMES J. WALSH,
l nTICES rOC SU IT
IN THE CIRCUIFr COURT, ,,,.. V- ...
Friedman .had previously dealt FOURTEENTEH JUDICIAL TO: Clara Walsh, Route 1, Bbtx 236,
with the unusual topic in the CIRCUIT OF TECE STATE Crossville, Tennessee 38555.
spring term of 1971, when he and OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR You are hereby notified' tfidf an
Mickey taught an-inmterdisoiplinary GULF COUNMY.. action for dissolution of narriag4e
couxrsq :entifted i;jcience in ,20th IN RE:. The marriagem e has been filed against you' and yo u
Century British ~ad American. Fic- are required to serve a, copy o
tion". In January. 1972, -4e deliv- your written defenses, 'if any, to it
ered a paper on physics and liter- CARD OF "1IANKS on Robert M. Moore, 321 Reid' Ave-
ature at th e Ameican Association1 I wish to offer n y thanks for nue, Port St. Joe, Eniida,, and
of Phy Teacl Conference the christian sympathy and acts of file the original with tie Clerk of
San Francsco. kindness extended) me during the the above styled Court on or be-
Mickey is the. daughter of Mrs. recent illness and. death of .my fore May 26, 1972, otherwise, a
J. Henry, Geddie~, 1018 ,Garrison ,brother, Cop Cherry Davis. Your Judgment may be entered against
Avenue, an4 ri"eman's parents kindness was very much apprecia- you for the relief demanded i the
are Mr. and Mrs. George Friedman, ted. 1 Petition.
Atlanta, Ga. -'. I ARCHIE DAVIS I Witness my hand and the seal
AN A&P CONSUMiER SERVICE
y -a n i WUL
CUT GREEN BEANS
FRENCH STYLE GREEN BEANS V
CREAM STYLE GOLDEN CORN
WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN CORN
EARLY GARDEN PEAS
PEAS AND CARROTS '
LIMA BEANS i-Lb.
FRUIT COCKTAIL '-Lb-
Y.C. PEACH HALVES 29-oz. /
Y.C. SLICED PEACHES 29-or.
PEAR HALVES 1-Lb.
Del Monte Catsup...:l29c
"Super-ight" Loin End "-.0 0" Grade "A" FI. or Ga. Fresh Cho ce
S- PORK RROASTSo .'-69c fYER s e..WibLss69c,
"Super-Right" Rib End '- ''. Frosty Mom Bed ,,,/'
PORK ROASTS. ... l59c SLICED 3ACON........1 69c
"Super-IRight" Country Style *', Pure Pork
| PORK BACKBONE. ...... 59c COPEANbS SAUSAGE. e69c
S'Super-Right" Whole or Rib Half Cap'n John's
PORK LOINS..........lb. 69c Shrimp Creole 8 oz. 55c
"Super-igh.I" All Meat
SSCED BOLOGNA.e...e PIMENTOCHEESE...... c
"Super-Right" A&P Fresh Made _.-.
Pork Sausage --- Ib;. 57c W -I SALAD..- .. 49c
"Super-Right" A&P Fresh Moade futfeoM Style
E FRANKS ..- 12 oz. 55c POTATO SALAD.. ...3'C.$1.00
IS COUPON SPECIAL!
A YEAR BMIB
Ja Parker Apple, Pies"1 '" 43c
G0sden Pound Cakes JaeParker. 69c
Ro Ro Jane Pkgs.
Orinamon Rolls Parker of' 69
nkfurte Rolls Jane Parker 3
Si inkfurter olls pkg j
Ikgof 12 "
Angel Soft Special!
JUMBO TOWELS.... 4 -, $1.00
Family Size Whipped Margarine Special!
MRS. FILBERTS........- 43c
Medicated (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
TEGRIN' SHAMPOO.... T$1.19
For Your Dentures Special!
EFFERDENT TABLETS.. 89c
Johnson, & Johnson Special!
BABY SHAMPOO 0..." $1.39
Antiseptic Mouthwash Special!
LISTERINE ....... ..ot $1 49
CORN MEAL......... r 29c
Ann Page 12 Oz. Box
Milk Chocolates box 65c
Prices In This Ad Are Good
Through Saturday, May 6 (Good
Through Sunday, h'ay 7 For
Those Stores' Open Sunday).
Prices good in the following
"Store Addresses I;3re"
Our Own (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
TEA BAGS...........: 49c
Red Cheek Speciall
Rifter (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
Orange Drink (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
TROPI-CAL-LO....... .. 39c
White or Blue (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
SAIL DETERGENT.. -..t -o 59c.
Cleaner (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
JANITOR IN A DRUM.. -69c
An? & Roach (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
RAID AEROSOL....... o. 99c
4 Flavors (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
DAILY DOG FOOD ..... 10c
o "Super-Right" Western Beef
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef
CHUCK STEAKS.......r" .79c
"Super-Right" Western Beef Chuck
"Super-Right" Extra Lean Freshly
GROUND BEEF,. 0,, -A 65c,
Cap'n John's -'
rich Sticks 10 z.9t
Sultana -A I 'INV ,
TV 'Dinners-- ea. 49c
Pot Pies ..- 5 for 99c
4C WITH THIS CnIIPflM PFMIAII f
Ann Page Brand (Everyday Low Price!)
A&P Frozen Dessert Topping Special!
HANDI-WHIP.... .. .. 39c
ASP Brand Hawaiian (Priced lower Than A Year Ago)
PINEAPPLE JUICE... 3C:$1.00
Coffee (Priced Lower Than A Year Ago)
CHASE & SANBORN.... 89c
A&P Freeze Drled
COFFEE -... 4 oz. jar
INSTANT COFFEE.....' $1.29
Howard Johnson's Frozen Special!
CORN TOASTEES...3 $1.00
BOUILLON CUBES..... 25'39c
FRESH LETTUCE CALF NIAHea 29'
YELLOW ONIONS USETI10
MRESH CANTALOUPES 'um Each49
i V LENCIA ORANGES 10. '49c
.. .. ~ U'
of said Court on this the 26th day
of April, 1972.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Circuit Court Clerk
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 fdr the adop-
tion of the minor chilIren 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,
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 72-52
WN RE: The Marriage of
NANYA CAIN HOLLEY, Wife
and JOHN L. HOLLEY,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: JOHN L. HOLLEY ,
601 West Ninth Street -
Tipton, Georgia -
ON OR BEFO o
the law 6f ri of SYFRETT aind
atTO- Attofiiys for- etitioer,
whose afiddress is p. 6. Box 1186,
Panama City, ilOrida- 32401 a cops
-of his answer to thd Pfitin or
Disolution of Marriage filed
against him, and file the oTiginal
of said answer with the Clerk of
this Court; herein fail not, or a
Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court, at Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 7th day
of April, A.D., 1972.
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida 4t-4-13
NOTICE OF 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
In Panama City
and ask for
Let Us Prove We Can
Save You Money!
98 By-Pass In Panama City
1PAGIE I!GfT z ..Tn B iMu, rorT 0. w"w -99r... .Im .IJD U EVq w ..-.
Kitchen of the Future Promises Plenty of Leisure
Let's spend a day in the kitchen of foods will be the main functions ages. Housewives will be able to, delivered. scorching. As soon as the user's
'of the. year 2000! It should be in- in the future. Ranges will cook press a couple of buttons on the A 'controlled laser beam will hand is removed from the iron, the
teresting to see just how different without.. heat; refrigerators will kitchen computer and relax while probably completely disintegrate voltage is reversed and the iron
our kitchens will be. break up into compartments lo- the food moves from the storage materials. If cools immediately to room temper-
,We know the kitchen will change ated in various areas. Food pro- area to the cooking aea. cause ll a e and .
IWe know ts f itheki n rwill change cesr wl ofr fuloit is such a fast method of cook- we still have canned food in th e
in its function-the growing acep-essors wl offer f soup-to-nuts microwave methods will con- year 2000, the laser will no doubt
tIance of prepared and pre-cooked meals, all in one handy package tinue to develop. be put to use in a can opener, too.
f:oods will'affect-cooking applian- that will make today's frozen din- A focused beam Will melt or vap-
ces.-Re-heating and re-constituting ners look like products of the dark An interesting packaging tech- orize a path around the can top.
-. nique will be used which will con-
Strol the re-heating process. By us- Ultrasonic dishwasers have al-
ing selective coatings on the food ready been developed that will em-
a FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH pack,- the amount of microwave y inaudible so waves to a
1Ul E cleaning solution that will clean
Intersection Monument and Constitution energy entering any portion of the dishes. Blenders also will incorpor- F SALE: 4 bedroom hose on 2
foodpalb ataceI lots in Oak Grove. Phone 229-
REV..R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister food pack will be automatically ate the principle of ultrasonics, 6772. tfc-5-4
o hccru'hi- 5hnn1 9:45 A.M. regulated: Thus, when the packs causing food in the container to --'Ol SA,-. 3 do bn,,, dwell-
Mo.-ning Worship 11:00 A.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ..........----..... ---5:45 P.
Evening -Woiship 7:00 P.
S"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Suvivea
CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP 4
Fair, Honest and' Impartial Government for All
Support is Appreciated
are placed in a slot-type microwave
frequency re-heating unit, the de
.sired temperature of the various
food portions will be automatically
[ obtained. Frozen dessert to piping
hot soup will be served from the
The television-telephone w i l
make it possible for' the homemak-
er to see groceries as ,she orders
them.- She will insert her charge
-a-plate; punch her order info a
computer and have the groceries
e 'be' set into high vibration and at-, ie"an muAv. uwa1
Stracted to stationary cutting fins. ing. 1312 McClellan Ave. Call
traced to stationary cutting fins Citizens Federal 227-4646. tfc-2-24
s A computerized 'beverage center
will automatically dispense coffee, FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
tea, chocolate, or- other favorite' attractively furnished, apart-
9 drinks for the family. All bever- ments. Cool in summer, warm in
ages would be stored in a powder- winter. Gas heat, window fans.
ed concentrated form and be auto- They must be seen to be appreciat-
matically dispel, d into a mixing ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B: C. Prince
chamber as or 'red by the com- at WIMICO LODGE 'and TRAILER
puter. Water vwoid be fed through PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413
thermoelectric 9ils that instantly or 648-3101. tfc-10-28
- heat or cool, (a5esired. FOR RENT: Furnished large one
'The electronic clothing condi- bedroom apartment with separ-
tioner will store, clean, deodorize, ate dining room, auto. heat and
and perhaps even change the color, large yard. Phone, .229-6777 after
of our clothes.7Utilizing the ther- 5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25
moelectric principle, which 'is the OR RENT Fuished beach ot
direct conversion of electrical ener- tages. Reasonable monthly rateb.
gy into heat; or cold, an iron can Phone -227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc
be made to heat instantly. A fabric
analyzer will determine the correct FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroo Jur
temperature setting fordifferent and Beach area. For more infor-
fabrics, automatically eliminating nation phone 648-4800. tfc-5-4
GEORGE BRYAN, representing -Builders Homes, Inc.,
Alabama's, Number I Home Builder is /.
to help you own your own home. .
General Manager of Sales and
Modern, Big Home Features
The home pictured has all the plus fea-
tutres that are standard in all QUALITY
homes built by Builders Homes.
3 or 4 Bedrooms
1 and 1% Baths
e Giant Kitchen-Family Room
Carport or Garage
P. 0. Box 921
TITLE E .MONEN
DOWN and SM)
Select the design and the floor plan that suits your ,family best. We build to our standard plans and
specifications. We finish your home completely-inside and out. All Builders Homes are inspected
and approved by FHA or VA.
New Homes Available Now In The
PORT ST. JOE AREA
NICE WOODED LOTS AVAILABLE
Financing Available through your local Farmers Home Administration in
Port St. Joe. Regular FHA, VA, Conventional and FHA 235 Financing.
New FHA 235 Homi Building Program
PAYS MOST OF THE INTEREST!
Let us give you full information on this low interest loan and our expertly built homes.
Write or Call George 'Bryan Port St. Joe, Florida
BUILDERS HOMES, INC.
nature, making it unnecessary to set type treatment.
the iron'on the end. It will have We cannot begin to foresee all
automatic steaming by collecting the changes that will take place
moisture from the room through a in the year 2000, as new develop-
tiny dehumidifier module. There ments in technology will make
win Ue aI ppjropria ULLLUi ons U
press to provide protective coat-
ings or chemicals to remove spots,
make a garment water-proof or
Even stain-proof, or provide other
s ingn poss e at we avent
dreamed. However, it will be in-
teresting to save this article and
see how close we came in our pre-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment FOR SALE: 1970 Honda 450 CL
at 228% 7th St. Phone 229- model in excellent condition.
6538. tfc-5-4 Less than 7,000 miles. $775. Some
terms. 1964 Ford Custom in very
FOR SALE: 5 hp. Evinrude motor good condition. New tires, new
with separate tank, $75.00. Also valve job, 289 engine, automatic,
1969 Suzuki 50 motorcycle, $125. R and H. $475. 1969 Honda 160 CC
$250. Wurlitzer piano in good con-
Call 227-8867 after 3:00 p.m. edition, $250. Vic Burke, White City
FOR SALE: Sansui reverberation
I ORamplifier. Never has been used. NEED OPERATOR for Mo-Jo Ser-
$50.00. 1110 Long Ave. Phone 227- vice Station in Wewa. Good op-
3471 or 648-4421. 2tc-5-4 portunity for right party. Call 763-
.- 1771, Panama City. Joe E. Hutchi-
FOR SALE: 1969 Galaxy with air son, Distributing Co., 2946 E. Hi-
conditioning, power steering, way 98. Panama City. Ite
whitewall tires, radio. heater. Good FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
condition. Call 229-2896 after 5 Ermory Stephens "Free estimate
Sp.m. tfc-2-17 Guarantee on labor and materials.
___ .1 Low down payment. Phone 227-
FOR A GOOD PAINT JOB Exper- 7972. _
ience and Tung Oil makes the HELP WANTED: $100.00 weekly
difference. Crosby Forest Products possible, addressing mail for
Co. See or call AL SMITH, 227- firms at home. Details send stamp-
7751. ed, self-addressed envelope to:
Driesbach, Drawer BD, Anthony,
FOR SALE: 30" LP gas cook stove. New Mexico 88021. 4tp-4-2T
with timer electric clock, good -.- ___ _
oven. Also 24" window fan, exhaust PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo-
or intake, speed, adjustable to tional problems and/or concerns.
size. Phone 648-6945. -p Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
FOR SALE: 1965 Cadillac Calais. 1 St. Joe, Florida 229-3621 or Rev.
owner. $950. May be seen at 1110 Sidney Ellis, 229-6599.
Long Ave. Phone 227-3471 or 648-
4421. 2tc-5-4 HELP WANTED: Service station
-F---- 1s-- y I .attendant. Apply in person at
FOR SALE: 1967 Sports Fury Ply- Nelson's Mo-Jo Service Station.
mouth. Full power. Take up pay- Highland View. Itp
ments. For more information call
648-4141. 2tp-5-4 E
-- FREE LUBRICATION
FOR SALE: Simca 66. Overhauled, with Oil and Filter Change.
David White transit set: 55 gal-1 *
'Ion tank with pump. See at 608 GUL F
Maddox St. tfe-4-20 Tires Batteries Accessories
Md S New Tires and Recaps
MECHANIC ON DUTY
FOR SALE: 14 ft. fiberglass boat Tune ups'- Car Washing
with 35 hp Evinrude motor, elec- Oil Sprays Car Waxing
trick starter and trailer. In good *
condition. Call 229-5511. HIGHLAND VIEW
FOR SALE: 1969 Datsun pick-up 1st Street and Hwy. 98
truck with new engine and fuel Phone 229-6711
pump. $750.00. Call 648-6896. tfe --
PAINTING-Interior and exterior.
OPENING in Port St. Joe for AVon free estimate. Phone 648-3324.
representative. Write 518 Shade Bill 'Emily. 4tp-4-27
St., Phrker, Fla., Sarah Skinner or MC's PAWN & SWAP SHOP
phone -FOR SALE: Automobile and home
HEATH RADIO & TV REPAIRS.- 8-track tape players. Tapes, $1.50
Black and white, color. All work to $5.50. TV's, reels and rods, ra-
guaranteed. Phone 229-2782. 4tp5-41 dios, casette tape players and re-
WILL BEGIN SPRAYING pecan orders, lawn mowers, watches,
trees about May 20. If you have rings, guns, tires. Will buy good
one, please call so I can get it when used items. 102 Fifth St., Highland
I start. A. H. Matthews, Phbne View. Phone 229-6193. tfc-420
NOTICE TO ALL AREA
For a good used or new car
please call me at
and I will bring any car home
for you to see.
216 Seventh Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave,
C. P. Eiheredge
S18 Third Street
Part St. Joe, PFla.
Call 229-49P6 for -ree Estimate
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Friday and Saturday
May 5 and 5
2 BIG SHOWS -
"RED SKY IN THE
In Wewehitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
T im now 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
M-24 JANICE STOKES tfe
iRAJ---Regular cncaton o- St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.AM.,
Ist and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
visiting companions welcome.
WALTER GRAHAM, H. P.
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 com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.
HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
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-- ELECT --
John W. (Jay)
Your Vote and