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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
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The Port St. Joe City Commis-.
sion hired an assistant chief of
police,. agreed, to air condition
the Stac H6us9 and introduced
'an ordinance racing a utility tax
against the :sale of fuel oil in
Tuesday night's meeting which
lasted for a, little over' two
hours. About half :of the meet-
ing time was spent with the
Club House Taking Shape
course which now has the grass coming up on the firways and
greens of the first nine holes. Tentative plans are to bgin using
the facility partially by the middle of July. The build i6 being
'built by Barrier Builders. -rtar photo
Class Schedule Modified y Boa
Following Fracas at HighSchool
Oat St. Joe High School will with some 'debris ad a few their classes. Craig said sufficient gdlie pro-
-open with a modified schedule chairs being thrown. The most According to Superintendent sectionn will be on hand to pre-
this morni ngA being closed damage was probably done to R. Marion Crag, no students will vent a recurrence of Tuesday's
...es ..w imor .w.hen fighting school abus, which .. s _ot bp allowed i'the school except fighting.
oroke put ta ng me student
A fight 'but during selec-
h'tion qf juan cheerleaders and
quickly-spread to the entire stu-
dent body. School officials sent
all. the students winie .and. Jept
the school closed all day Wed-
Two people received small
cuts inrthe melee, but no serious.
minnies'were reported. The fight
evolved iinto a shouting match
Two On Ballot for
Slmt St. Joe voters will go to
te 'polls for the second time
this month'next Tuesday to de-
cide a run-off election for City
,Commissioner in Group Four.
Incumbent George Wimberly
and J. W. Bouingtoni' were high
men in the race on Tuesday, May
9 and voters will decide between
Polls will be open from 7:00
a.m. to 7:00 p,.m. at the City Hall
Absentee ballots are still avail-
able at t1s City Hall through to-
morrow at 5:00 p.m.
Coming for A Visit
Governor Reubin Askew will
be in Port St. Joe tomorrow for
about an hour of meeting and
talking to the people, according
to Robert Moose, who serves on
the Goyernor's Gulf County com-
Askew will arrive in Port St.
Joe at the Courthouse at ;:00
p.m., where he will be gla.c to
meet with and discuss problems'
of Gulf County citizens and their
Three Sharks On All
Three of Port St. Joe's baseball
players were chosen for the All-
Conference honorary team last
week, according to information'
released d this week by baseball
, coach Jerry Lewter.
Bubba Harmon, Ken Whittle
and Jim Belin were selected
Sfrm the Shark roster for hon-
or0. Steve Owens received hon-
orable mention for All-Confer-
vanudaUe4 uy students m ruutar
waiting "to be akeln home. The
bus had its seat Caslib < (cut
''. The School, Board met yester-
day morning and 'set up a modi-
fied schedule -Aor- tii-e 'students
attending the, srhool.tQ,finish'
outtheir- year in two day seg-'
ioro 'wlfl inisth 'up their school
year. Monday and Tesiny, ie
juniors. will report to class. On
Wednesday arnd Thursday o next
week, sophomores will go ;.to
school. Friday, May 26 and Mon-
day, May 29, ninth graders. will
complete their work. 'Tuesday
and Wednesday, May 30 and 31,
eighth graders are to report and
Thursday, and Friday, June 1 'and
2, seventh graders 'T report to
Young Man Drowns
'In Bay Tuesday
, Edward Rouse, 18, drowned
Tuesday afternoon while swim-
ming in St. Joseph 'Bay atS 'the
City Pier at the end of Fith
Port St. Joe Police Chidef H.
W. Griffin said Rouse's compan-
ions reported he dived from iahe
pier and never came up. He was
reported missing about 3:00 p.m.
and combined efforts of the PBort
St. Joe Police Department, the
Gulf County Sheriffs Depart-
ment and the Florida Marine,
Service recovered the body 45
* Rouse is survived by his mo-
ther, Doris Rtouse and a sister,
Charlotte, all of Port St. Joe.
Funeral arrangements will be
Plans have been made for the
annual Basketball .Awards Ban-
quet, sponsored by the High
School Athletic Department and
the Quarterback Club of Port St.
The banquet will be held Sat-
urday, May 20 at 8:00 p.m. in
the Commons Area of the High
Jim Pavy, Coach at Chipola,
will be the featured speaker.
Everyone is urged to attend.
Tickets may be purchased at
$4.00 each from Myra Lancaster
in her office at Avco Finance
0o their assigned days, All en-
t iance 6and eli to the school, will
. be by the fr.ht door only. The.
' other .doors pf the building will
SBe secitured to prevent passage.
The adult school will b ,md6ed
to the Centennial Building for
the. remainder of the school year.
Buses will run at theiriegular-
ly scheduled times.
'City's engineer on the Wastewa-
ter Treatment plant, ironing out
several difficulties which have
popped up since construction be-
gan about a month ago.
Roy Robinson, a captain with
the Great Bend, Kansas police
department, was hired by the
Commission Tuesday night. He
is to report for duty around
Rish Says Gulf County Fared Pretty
Well In Recent Session of Legislature
Representative Wil li am J.
Rish-told the Rotary Club last
Thursday that Gulf County had
some good things come out of the
last session of the Florida Legis-
lature. "Of course, we needed
much more, but we did very well
for ourselves in the session",
First and foremost, Rish, was
glad to report that the county
received an appropriation of $75,-
000 to begin construction of the
Sunland. Recreation facility on
St. Joseph's 'Peninsula. "Con-
' struction of the first two cot-
tages should get under way in
the next 30 to 40 .days", Rish re-
ported. Bids for the cottages are
to be let May ,20.
The Representative reported
SCivil Defense Director Richard Lancaster,
'shown above, brought this 9.4KV portable, gen-
erator to Port St. Joe last week, for use by CD
,headquarters in its work during emergencies. The
generator will provide emergency power for CD
headquarters in the Courthouse to operate com-
muniations systems during times of emergency
and power failure. The machine was furnished
to Gulf County at no charge by the U. S. Army
through its federal excess property program. Lan-.
caster. said the practically new generator is val-
ued'at approximately $3,045. -Star photo
Revival Set at Long Avenue Church
Revival services will begin
Sunday evening, May 21, at the
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
Rev. Robert Strickland, pastor of
the Hiland Park Baptist Church
of Panama City will be the evan-
gelist for the revival meeting in
the local church. Errol Simmons,
Minister of Music of the First
Baptist Church of Panama City,
will direct the revival music.
The first service in this series
of meetings will begin at 7:00
p.m., on Sunday. The following
services on Monday through Fri-
day of next week will begin at
These services are for all ages,
children, young people and
adults alike. The church nursery
will be open each evening for
babies and little folk.
Rev. Strickland is a native of
Dothan, Alabama..He is a gradu-
ate of Baptist Bible Institute, and
has been at 'his present pastor-
ate for about seven years. Evan-
gelism is the heart beat of his
preaching. Mr. Simmons earned
his college degree in music and a
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from the New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. There will
be music by the revival choir
each evening and solos by Mr.
The church extends a cordial
invitation to all who are inter-
ested to attend the revival ser-
ee in sacred music vices.
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Church Will Observe 19th Birthday
The Long Avenue Baptist dent members of the
Church has had another birth- church which was organize
day. The church will observe May 10, 1953. The church
their 19th anniversary with spe- ducted their services in the
cial services on Sunday morning, torium of the old Port St
May 21. High School before moving
Seventeen of the original 44 the first unit of their build
charter members are now resi- (Continued On Page 1
there is a good possibility of se-
curing funds for the resurfacing
of Highway 98 in Gulf County.
"This road is dangerous to drive"
Rish said. "Even though the De-
partment of Transportation says
there is no money for Northwest
Florida, we are extremely hope-
ful of getting resurfacing money
The club was told that there
is hopes 'for improvements and
renovation for the St. Joseph
Historical Museum. "We have
existed too long in this import-i
ant marker of our State's. his-
tory on signs and pictures. We
are going to see more exhibits
of actual historical items in that
building before long as well as
an expansion of the facilities." i
Rish reported that the Park
on the Dead Lakes in Wewahitch-
kra will soon be taken over by the,
Department of Natural .Resoiui-
qces and operated as one. of 'their
parks. "This land is. already
owned by the Stater', Rish said,
"'and was developed partially by
'the people of Wewahitchka."
'On a state level, Rish counted
*as progress, the failure of the
liberalized abortion bill to pass;
failure of full adult status for 18-
year-olds and retaining the elec-
Promise of Hwy
Highway 98 will recevie a new
top it was learned last Friday af-
ternoon in a special meeting here
between the County Commission,
Representative William J. Rish
and Roal Board member James
Lee of Chipley.
In the meeting, Rish and the
Commission put the great need
for resurfacing the road before
Lee, citing the dangerous driv-
ing conditions which exist be-
tween the Bay and Franklin
As a result of the meeting,
Lee promised to see that a con-
tract was let for paving the road
within the Port St. Joe city lim-
its within the next month or two
with surfacing of the highway in
both directions to be accomplish-
ed within the next eight months.
The highway is particularly
dangerous when it rains, with
standing water a constant driv-
Guillot Announces As
School Board Hopeful
Wallace (Pee Wee) Guillot re-
vealed this week that he will be
a candidate for the School Board
from District Three in the fall
Guillot stated that he has been
very interested in seeking this
seat on the School Board for sev-
eral years. With the inability of
the incumbent, Billy Joe Rich, to
seek re-election, Guillot felt he
would offer his candidacy.
Guillot said, "My intentions
are to offer every service I can
to the people o lfGulf County in
this high office of trust".
June 15. Robinson, in his mid-
forties, comes to the City well
recommended by his chief and
other Kansas law enforcement
The Commission has been on
the search for an assistant to
chief H. W. Griffin, since he lost
a leg to cancer nearly two years
The Board agreed to proceed
with a plan presented by Clerk
Charles Brock to seal the- over-
head and air condition the Stac
House. The building is being us-
ed a great deal 'now, and the
Commission feels it will be used
even more when it is cooled.
The job is expected to cost in
the neighborhood of $2,610.00.
Abiding by a state law, the
Board has originated procedure
to levy a utility tax against fuel
oil sold in) the City. The state
law requires that all or none of
a municipalities utilities be cov-
ered by utility taxes and classi-
fies fuel oil as a utility.
The matter will be taken an-
other step toward completion at
the June 6 meeting.
Commissioner George Wimber-
ly. reported it has been brought
to his attention that the residents;
of Hunter Circle are suffering.
acute low water pressure and'
asked if the City had plans to
remedy the situation.
:.'.Wiimberly was informed" that
the 'project was started about
two years;i ago, but permission
to cross private property with a
larger line could not be obtained
\at the time. .
Wimberly was given the as-
signment by Mayor Pate of try-
ing once again to secure the
Wimberly said he would do
what he could but said, "regard-
less of my success or failure, we
need to correct this situation in
some manner. The Board agreed
with Wimberly and agreed.to do"
whatever was necessary to pro-
vide adequate water pressure for
the area in the shortest time pos-
The Board also agreed to put
utilities to the new subdivision
in North Port St. Joe, since a
contractor is ready to begin con-
struction of several houses in.
In connection with this. subdi-
vision, the Board heard a request
from the builder asking a devia--
tion of the zoning laws in the
area, allowing them' to replat air
11 lot block to 10 lots. The build-
er made the same request of a'
block on Marvin Avenue south
from Sixth Street where they
requested permission to replat
five lots to only four making lar-
ger lots in both cases.
The Board will hold the neces-
sary hearing for the deviations
at their June 6 meeting.
Last Rites Held for
Mrs. Maggie Zilliner
Mrs. Maggie Zilliner, 85, of
239 Avenue C passed away Sun-
day, May 7 at the Municipal Hos-
pital following a lengthy illness.
Mrs. Zilliner was a member of
the Church of God In Christ and
had been a resident of Port St.
Joe for over 20 years.
Survivors include nine chil-
dren, several grandchildren and
Funeral services were held at
1:00 p.m. Saturday, May 13 at
the Church of God In Christ
with the Rev. Elder 0. T. Stall-
worth, pastor, conducting.
Interment followed in the fam-
ily plot of Forest Hill Cemetery.
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
Air Conditioning On Tap
For Recreation Building
Assistant Police Chief Hired
The St. Joseph Bay Country Club house is beginning to take
shape as fhe above photo shows. The building, which will contain
a restaurant, lounge, dressing facilities, pro shop and kitchen, is
located directly in the center of the Country Club's 18 hole golf
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PAGE TWO HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
Patrick Gray, the new director of the FBI, has set
himself on a course of making of the FBI what its long-
time director, J. Edgar Hoover avoided for all these
Gray has announced a program of action which will
make the FBI dependent upon politics and spend its time
kow-towing to every so-called big-wig in Washington ra-
ther than being the respected and feared dispenser of jus-
tice in this nation. We say feared. in a serisethat the FBI
was feared by those who would do wrong because they
could be reasonably sure the FBI would catch them. The
record, performance and methods of the FBI has deterred
many major crimes in this nation on their reputation for
Now, Mr. Gray would channel his efforts toward be-
coming an equal opportunity employer. He wants to
hire minority groups based on their percentage of the
nation's population. Mr. Hoover's methods of hiring was
to look at the qualifications first and the man's ethnic
and racial background second. As a consequence, Mr.
Too Late To Classify
S By Russell Kay
It seems we have switched
from mysterious flying saucers
'to glowing crosses appearing in
First reported phenomenon was
in California when in Los Angel-
es a great gleaming cross sud-
denly appeared in the window of
the Faith Baptist Church, August
27, 1971. Thousands of people
gathered in the streets to witness
it and the church, which had
been struggling to retain its
small congregation, began to
burst at the seams with wor-
Then the phenomenon jumped
to Florida. During the evening
service of the First Born Holi-
ness Church in Apalachicola on
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The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con.
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Hoover could make the often-stated claim that an FBI
agent had never.accepted a bribe.
We are not against Mr. Gray hiring members of minor-
ity races, but we are solidly against race being a first
consideration., Qualification should be first with no
thought given to race.,
'We should expect such maneuvers from Mr. Gray,
because, first he is a politician. He is the nation's head
policeman by appointment only-and that by only a few
J Edgar Hoover was able to stay in his office for
many years from the administration of President Hoover
up to his death while serving under President Nixon. His
record of longevity in office was due to his record of per-
,formance of his duty. It appears now that this important
office, like so many others, will have its chief adminis-
trator depend on his politics rather than his ability.
We hope this doesn't come to pass, but it is becom-
ing suspiciously a fact.
September 12 a window cross was
seen. Investigating the report,
Jack Harper of the Tallahassee
Democrat said, "Thousands of
,the devout and curious have
come to this isolated fishing vil-
lage to look and disbelieve."
A professor of Florida State
University investigated and ex-
plained the phenomenon was
caused by a particular type of
glass and its refraction of light.
He stated that he could easily
produce a cross or a six pointed
star of David in his laboratory.
Next came a report from the
United Methodist Church of
Mexico Beach City, Florida, on
September 22. A week later, St.
John's Baptist Church in Panama
City reported a similar cross. De-
spite the explanation of the pro-
fessbr, no one could say why
these crosses had never been no-
Two other Panama City
churches reported shining cross-
es in their windows. Both the
Greater Bethel Church and the
Nazarine Church people said the
crosses had never been seen be-
fore although the glass had been
installed over 10 years ago.
The epidemic then jumped to
Jacksonville and a glowing cross
was reported by the Paxton Revi-
val Center, Tenth Street Baptist
Church and the Church of Christ
Written in Heaven.
Then the cross flap jumped to
Georgia and reports came from
a Seventh Day Adventist church,
a Baptist and a Church of God.
Similar crosses were seen in
Kingsland, Savannah and other
First appearance of a cross in
the North was reported Novem-
ber 19, 1971 in the Bronx. Other
Bronx reports told of golden
stars, the Scroll of the Ten Com-
mandments and the hands of
The shining crosses returned
to Florida with accounts from
Ocala. There, a Bible and Scroll
were said to appear and were
reported by the Ocala Star Ban-
ner, Orlando Sentinel and the
Florida Times-Union of Jackson-
With each, press report more
and more people began seeing
crosses in church windows. It is
There's A Heap
0' Fish Caught
Solution To Oak Grove Problem
o* e, m-
V A water system for Oak Grove has -ben in the local
news for quite some time with the system seemingly in
the making, like tomorrow one day and appearing to drift
out the widow into' oblivion the next. Right now, the
advent or the scrapping of the system is teetering on the
edge trying to turn one way or the other.
,Oak Grove's delimma is that there there just isn't
enough people living in the area for Farmer's Home Ad-
ministration to feel safe in guaranteeing a loan to install
the system. They say there's not enough potential cus-
tomers to pay back a loan needed to construct mains, a
storage tank and pay the necessary costs of buying or
treating water. If it was just a question of buying or
treating water, they would be home free and a little money
could be made. But the cost of putting in the system and
its repayment to a lending agency has spelled trouble
from the very beginning. And, if FHA balks at financing
who will agree to?
The County Commission has tried several avenues
to provide water for the area. They are still exploring
several means of financing-including asking the City of
Port St. Joe to bear part of the installation cost. The
Commission would like to see the area have a-water sys-
tem for health purposes, since the area is fairly thickly
'congested and the use of septic tanks for sewage' disposal
puts the families in this area in danger.
Likely the tax payers of Port St. Joe, who pay for
their own water system through ad valorem subsidies and
water bills, aren't going to take too kindly to spending
,City money on the Oak Grove system unless it will prove
of benefit to the City. True, if an. epidemic from contam-
.inated water breaks out in Oak Grove, it won't recognize
-the City Limits boundary and this could be a valid rea-
son. But, anL epidemic never has come across the City
lines from Oak Grove so this supposition would be a hard
point to sell.
It also appears that the Federal Government, in the
near future, is going to require the County Commission
to levy taxes in Oak Grove and other congeted areas suf-
ficient to pay for installation of sewer fa ties and pos-
sibly water also. This could defeat the purpose of many
residents-of. these out-lying areas.in settling, inthese.places
in the first place to get away from the tax responsibilities
of city government and the costs of itsw attending ser-
In light of these matters, it seems the most efficient
as well as the most economical move thle people of Oak
Grove could do would be to request annexation into the'
City of Port St. Joe. Then they would have their water
and sewer because the City would be required to put it in.
It would cost the City of Port St. Joe money to annex
Oak Grove. They too, would need to recoup the costs of
installing water and sewer. The cost, however, would be
spread over all of the City's water and sewer customers
and would make a much, much lighter burden on the peo-
ple of Oak Grove in the long run.
Many residents of Oak Grove cringe at City taxes
and regulations. The fact is, however, the people here
and in other settlements are beginning to request and de-
sire these services and they do not come free.
In our opinion, the best move the people of Oak Grove
could make right now is to request this annexation. It
would help the City, also, to justify providing needed ser-
vices which they want Oak Grove to-have just as much
as the people in this area want them.
TALLAHASSEE-The often re-
peated statement that ten per cent
of the fishermen catch 90 per cent
of the fish may apply nationwide,
but does not necessarily hold water
According to the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission,
Florida's frsh water anglers have
more fishing opportunity and are
probably better than average when
it comes to catching fish.
Commission Director,, Dr. 0. E.
Frye, said, "If each licensed angler
managed an annual average catch
equal to a two day's bag limit, the
harvest during 1971 would have
exceeded 127 million game fish."
A possession limit is two day's
bag limit and would include 20
bass, 100 panfish and 30 chain
pickerel or an average of 150 fish
per fisherman. The game fish har-
vest does not include channel cat-
fish or tilapia or the fact that cer-
tain areas of the Sunshine State
have increased bag limits.
The annual game fish harvest is
based on licensed fishermen and
possession limits and does not in-
clude unlicensed fishermen such
,as sportsmen under the age of ,15
and residents 65 years of age and
Others not included in the an-
nual harvest estimate are service-
men home on military leave and
fishermen exempt from license
purchase due to welfare status.
Frye said, "We know many avid
and persistent fishermen have a
much higher catch average and
that other anglers go fishing only
when the fish are biting. There is
probably no practical way of, tell-
ing exactly how many fresh water
game fish are actually harvested
He continued, "A survey of Flor-
ida fishermen conducted in 1967
indicated fresh water anglers fish-
ed an average of 21 times a year.
In order to average a 'two day's
bag limit for a year of fishing ef-
fort, the average fisherman wbuld
have to land only between seven
and eight fish per trip."
During the 1970-71 fishing sea-
son a total of 849,145 anglers pur-
chased fresh water' fishing licen-
ses. Of this number 662,785 were
resident anglers and 186,360 were
If each of the licensed fisher-
men averaged a possession of two
, day's bag limit for a year of fish-
ing effort, the total harvest would
be 127,371,750 fresh water game
fish, and that's enough for the
world's largest fish fry.
Frye concluded by saying,
"While this sounds like a whale
of a lot of fish it must be remem-
bered that this quantity represents
only the catch of the licensed an-
gler and the total annual harvest
would be considerably larger."
Fishery research studies have in-
dicated that the combined angling
efforts of all fishermen usually re-
sults in a total harvest*of approx-
imately 12:5 per cent of a catch-
able game fish population.
interesting to note that no such
reports have come from Jewish
synagogues or from churches in
high income areas, however. All
such phenonenonenon have been seen
in slum areas or in churches fea-
turing a congregation of folks
of evangelistic ferver.
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by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
You never know what kind of trouble you will get f
into just walking into the grocery store.
I walked into a local super market the other day and
met Lamar Faison checking out. "Whatcha doing, La-
mar?" I politely inquired.
"Buying groceries", said Lamar. A reasonable an-
swer, but he didn't stop there. That wouldn't be like
Lamar to stop there. He said, "Don't you ever buy gro-
"Not me", I replied, "I live on air, like a violet."
"You look like it!" popped Lamar.
All this time I have lived in ignorance of the fact
that Lamar thought I was as pretty as a violet.
Let's get on the subject of needing to diet;
Saturday, I went to the home of my friend Andy
Martin to make a picture. Andy was sitting around,
watching the ballgame with his two daughters, the hus-
band of one, the husband-to-be of the other and his
After I got through making the picture, Andy asked,
"What do I owe you. I've got plenty of money .to pay
I had already set my fee when I came in the door
and saw one of Avaryee's German chocolate cakes sitt-
ing on the kitchen table. "My standard price for going
out to make a picture is a piece of cake", I told him.
"Want some coffee to go with it?" Andy asked.
"Nope", I said, "I can't cut coffee". "AII I have is some
skim milk," Andy said. He went on to point out that he
was gaining weight and had to switch to skim milk.
That ought to be headlines this week Andy Martin
gains weight! That makes about as much sense as me
turning down a piece of cake.
Just a few minutes before this was written, the news
came out that Governor George Wallace had been shot
while making a speech in Maryland. Things like this
happening in the Land of the Free is enough to make a
man cry over what-is happening in our nation.
Whether or not one believes in what Mr. Wallace is
saying or doing, he is within the law and is saying his b
piece in a decent manner. We can't say that about some-
one who will take up a gun and shoot another down in
cold blood just because they don't happen to agree with
When'we have a situation where the Congress of the'
United ,States will not back up the President of this na-
tion in such serious maneuvers as the mining of Haiphong
harbor to protect our allies and other Americans-and
do these things just because. the President happens to
be of another political party-one can't expect the gov-
erned to behave any more rationally.
To give him his due (and we must say here we plan
to vote for Nixon) Wallace advocated law and order and
a welding together of the people of this nation. The very
things he and the majority of Americans abhorred was
the thing that struck him down anarchy.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Politics Creeping Into FBI
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship ......... 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ................ ----------5:45 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
I' IR I Illlr rl
T I S. I l IT T
Parking On the Road Could Cause
Death Trap for Some Passing Motorist
TALLAHASSEE Drivers who
stop with any part of their vehicle
on the roadway could be setting a
A. ghway Patrol today.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, director
nf the Patrol said. "Regardless of
ger of ha
the reason for stopping, drivers Electi
should remember if possible to pull
off of the roadway to a place of
safety, clear of traffic." County
Florida law states that motorists from acre
shall not stop or park their vehi- some futu
cles whether attended or not on are atten
the paveA part of the highway day Elect
whefi it is practical to move the hassee, w
vehicle off of the roadway. The called by
only exception is for a vehicle to ard (Dick)
be disabled in such a manner that Mrs. D<
it is impossible to avoid stopping visor of E
on, the roadway. is in atter
In the event of a flat tire while
on a bridge, move slowly to the Stone s
end of the bridge to a safe place portant w
"before stopping to repair it, sug- election 1
,`gested the Patrol. sons, rea
Beach concluded by urging mo- nical pro,
tourists to "guard against obstruct- process t(
ing traffic when stopping for any, depth."
pulling off of the road-
h will minimize the dan-
ving an accident."
ess Florida, and possibly
are political candidates.
ding an important. two-
ions Workshop in Talla-
which began yesterday,
Secretary of State Rich-
essie Lee Parker, Super-
Elections for Gulf County,
dance at the Workshop.
aid, "This is a very im-
yorkshop. We have many
aw changes, court deci-
ipportionment and tecl!-
cedures in the electoral
o review and discuss in
MINUTES of the
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA completion of this project. It was
APRIL 4, 1972 emphasized that this money would
The Gulf County School Board be made available only after the
met in regular session on the above Board had financed the project ex-
date. The following members were cept for the final $3,000.00.
present: William Roemer, Sr., Mr. Sullivan was told that th~&
chairman; Gene Itgafield, J. K. Board would be cooperative in air
Whitfield and B. J. Rich, Sr. conditioning the school as it was
The superintendent was present. financially able to do so. There
The meeting was opened with a are three other elementary schools
prayer by Board Member Raffield. in the county that need air condi-
The minutes of the regular meet- tioning also.
ing of March 14, 1972 and special Dr. Susan Conley, Director for
meeting of March 20, 1972 were the Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
read and approved as read. met with the Board to discuss pro-
Gerry Sullivan, President of the fessiorial services rendered by the
St. Joe Elementary School PTA,' clinic to students in the Gulf
met with the Board to discuss the County Schools. The cost of these
possibility of a project being ini- services was $473.00. The Board
tiated to air condition the school. had agreed to pay up to $500 for
Mr. Sullivan informed the Board* services to students who were un-
that the PTA had passed a Resolu-' able to ,pay for needed services
tion pledging $3,000 toward the during the school year 1971-72. The
B H .... j iBoard reqtuested Miss Conley to
present a comprehensive psycholo-
gical program for Gulf County stu-
N M A |Idents for the 1972-73 school year.
Nve A Miss Conley agreed to do this.
Jerry Outlaw, a representative
New Car? of the. 3-M Company, met with the
l* .Board to discuss a proposal that he
made on supplying microfilming
equipment for use in the school
Call | system. The Board informed Mr.
Outlaw that his presentation was,
Tommy Thomas appreciated, but the financial con-
mm1 imm editionn existing would not allow
an investment for that purpose at
r Chevrolet this time.
ChevrOlet Charles Gaskin, Architect, met'
In Panama City Iwith the Board to discuss the pro-
n posed construction project at St.
Joe Elementary School. Mr. Gas-
and ask fat kin reported that area contractors
had reported to him that brick
orders were delayed and that this
W A Y NlE would probably be a factor in the
SIN 1 completion time for this project.
[ R l I lI Rn G I The Board set May 2, 1972 at
R 1 H U 10:00 A.M., at the regular board
meeting. to receive bids after pub-
L t Us Prve n lic advertising according to' the
Let Us Prove We Can i Florida Statutes.
Save You Money! The Board discussed the Apala-
chee Film Library, a cooperative
library supported by Gulf, Liberty,
Phone O85-5222 Franklin and Calhoun Counties.
98 By-Pass In Panama City A proposal for purchasing new
film, operational costs, purchas-
ing new equipment and up-grading
services was dscussed.,,The Board
1 ~ "~
222 Reid Avenue
Now Sale Priced from
Choose from a large selec-
tion. Just right for sum-
mer and back to school
Polyester and Nylon
Regular price up to $7.00. Sizes
S,M,L. Assorted colors and
By Roxanne and Beach Party
Values to $29.00. New Bi-
kinis just arrived. Jr. and
Missy sizes and styles, Also
bra sizes .
Ladies' Doublelmit Polyester
SHORTS and SHELLS '
Shorts sizes 8-20. Tops sizes S,M,L.
Solid shorts, solid and print tops.
New Wemblon by Wembley, the
newest colors in wide ties and i
some not so wide. 100% poly- .
ester-crush it, knot it, even
wash it. The color guide tie.
Tying instructions with every
tie. Redi-tied, too.
or SPORT or DRESS SHIRTS.
ENTIRE STOCK OF $5.99 SHIRTS ON SALE
$ 5.0 0
Dacron and cotton blends
I in knits and easy knit
dress shirts by Campus.
Sizes S, M, L, XL. All per.
Reg. $1.00 Pr.
Young men's high
bulk orlon with cu-
shion foot ,nylon re-
inforced heel and
toe. 18 new colors to
approved Gulf County's participa-' ver and requested him to continue Superinten
tition in the proposal on a pro- to drive the bus in the Wewahitch- The SupE
rata basis depending on all other ka 'area. ter from Ha
counties entering into an agree-I The Superintendent read letters ing a stude
ment on the proposals. A copy of from Mr. Zack Wuthrich suspend- wahitchkaI
this proposal is on file in the sup- ing 10 students at St. Joe High this letter i
erintendent's office. School. Copies of these letters are tendent's c
Upon the recommendation "of on file in the Superintendent's The Boar
the Superintendent, the Board office. and best b:
made the following personnel The Superintendent read a let- Mechanics
changes: ter from Zack Wuthrich concern- wahitchka
Accepted Norton Kilbourn's res- ing excessive absences of two stu- Snap-On
ignation as a teacher effective dents at St. Joe High School. A 11, 14, 15,
March 31, 1972; appointed Miss copy of this letter is on file in the 22, 23, 24, 2
Frances Norton as a teacher ef- __.
fective April 3, 1972; appointed I
Miss Carol Goff as a teacher ef-
fective March 21, 1972. FIST TIST
Upon the recommendation of the F I S B P S I
Superintendent, the Board author- Corner Third Street and Baltzell
ized the following: Robert Atchi-
son to enroll in the Adult School DeWITT T. MATHEWS, Pa
in St. Joe to take Junior English.
He was involved in a motorcycle SUNDAY SCHOOL .
accident requiring a long hospi- MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE
talization and is trying to gradu-W---
ate with his class. TRAINING UNION
The Board authorized Olin Da- EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ...
vis, Jr., to submit an application--
for a bus driver license to the PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)
State Department for .their appro-
val "Come and Worship God W
The Board refused to accept Tra- Come and Worship God
vis Peters' resignation as a bus dri-
Our regular low prices.
Jr., Reg. and V2 sizes.;
Lady Doll or
$2.72 to $4.72
Kodel and cotton or nylon. Popu-
lar pastels. Lace trimmed. S.M.L.
SMALL GIFT IDEAS $1.00
$4.99 to $7.99
Trifolds ------ -----$3.99
Raincoats, Travel Kits, Mini-tote
Immersion Heater, Handker-
chiefs, Hair Brushes, Cuff Links,
Reg. $6.99 or more val-
ues. Summer pastels,
black, navy, white. Sizes
Entire Stock of Ladies and
White Dress Shoes
SAVE 20% off' our regular low
or CUT-OFF JEANS
1 ~ ff
SSizes 26 to 50. Solids, stripes, plaids.
| Regulor or Continental styles. Per-
dent's office. St. Joe Auto Parts Company, $40,934.04.
erintendent read a let- Items 9, 30, $525.75. There being no further business,
irrell Holloway suspend- Wewa Auto Parts, Items 3, the Board adjourned to meet again
nt for five days at We- 7, 8, 13, $3,336.09. I in regular session on May 2, 1972
High School. A copy of Copies of these bids are on file at 9:00 A.M., EDT.
s on file in the Superin- in the Superintendent's office. I ATTEST:
office. I The Board examined and order- R. Marion Craig William Roemer
rd accepted the lowset ed paid bills in the amount of Superintendent Chairman
ids on Vocational Auto
Project 2-0757 at We-1
High Shool as fol, ows: You Are Cgrdially Invited To Attend
Tools Company, Items'
I5, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21.
25, 27, 28, 29, $629.63. LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
.- 9:45 A.M.
..... 11:00 A.M.
..... 7:30 P.M.
.... 7:30 P.M.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ......
Phone 227-2461 '
We Appreciate Your Business and Gift Wrap Free!
By Sans Souci. Sizes 4-10 in white,
beige. Regularly $1.75 to $2.50.
Hot Pant Dresses
Values to $12.99. Assorted
prints and solids. Sizes 8-16.
50 Pair Ladies-Reg. $3.99 to $5.99
75 pair children's
) Sandals $1.00 & $2.00
Reg. $2.99 to $4.99
Values to $20.00
Sizes 6V2 to 12. Assorted styles by Rand and
Randcraft or Sandy McGee. Outstanding values
in loafer or lace-up oxfords.
With belt loops or new Con-
tinental styles. 100% polyes-
ter doubleknit. Permanently
pressed. Machine washable.
With ban-rol. Famous make.
NO.1 EXHAUST SYSTEM
Meeting exhaust system needs I a deandng bIu h
you need your muffler now, and It has to be i i t
every way quality, price and fit. INSTANT APA Y Tb w
meeting exhaust system needs Is a WV pat ow
business. That's why INSTANT AVAILAt ou
pipes and accessories for all types old FAST -
the right quality, right fit a lght picg ha made a ag
0o. 1 exhaust system sply some Iis b M Au
SN A PA) houndmu,,k
MUFFLERS PIPES ACCkSSOIES
DISTRIBUTED IN THISlAREA. :
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
201 Long Avenue Phone 227-2141
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
PAGE FOfUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
Blue Ribbon 'Beef
Round Bone-in, Full Cut
Blue Ribbon Beef
RUMP ROAST I
Lb.- $1.09 L
Sliced 1 Pound Package
LIVE FREE FOR A WEEK
Nothing to buy! No strings attached! All you have to do is register!
$25.00 for Food from Piggly Wiggly
$18.50 for Rent or Mortgage Payment
$12.50 for Car Payment
$6.00 for Gasoline and Oil
$2.00 for Laundry and Dry Cleaning
for Movies or Entertainment
for Baby Sitter
for Gas and Electricity
Drawings held each Saturday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. You do not have to be present to win. Register each time
you visit PIGGLY WIGGLY. Registrants must be 18 years old or older or married. Winners will be notified
and allowed 7 days to claim prizes.
PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 17 THROUGH 20
Georgia Grade "A" MEDIUM
Eggs 3 doz. 99c
Parade Whole Kernel Cream Style 303 Cans
United States Department of Agriculture
Food Stamp Store
4 for 88c
- THE BEST MEAT IN TOWN -
Blue Ribbon Beef Boneless Top
Top Round Steak Ilb. $1.29
Blue Ribbon Beef Boneless
Denver Oven Roast b. $1.29
Blue Ribbon Beef
Cubed Steak -----lb. $1.29
Choice Lean Boneless
Beef Stew------- 99s
Georgia Grade 'B'
Whole Fryers ------ lb. 33c
Rib Stew -------lb. 49c
CARNATION 14 Ounce Cans
SCOTT WHITE and DECORATED
50 Oz. Box
White Gold or Colonial
Limit 1 with $10.00 ;5 Lb. nBa
Order or More 5 "L Bag
Pfflshiury Pltain or Self Rising
ALL FLAVORS DRINKS- 28 Ounce Bottles
PARADE Giant Size Package
HEINZ TOMATO- 14 Ounce Bottles (Limit 4 Please)
KETCHUP 4 $1.00
LIQUID HAIR DRESSING
7 Oz. Bottle
S'mnlk or B'milk PILLSBURY -
Apalachee Bay Frozen 10 Oz. I
S1/2 Oz. Anti-Perspirant Roll On
SAl Varieties Hair Spray 13 C
- PARADE BRAND SPECIALS
'Parade 16 Oz. Cans
3 cans 99c
Parade Slices or Halves 29 Oz. Cans
Y. C. Peaches 3 cans $1.00,
Parade Cut 16 Oz. Cans
Green Beans------ 4 cans 88c
Parade French Style 16 Oz. Cans
Green Beans -----4 cans $1.00
Parade W. K. or Cream 16 Oz. Cans
Golden Corn ------ 4 cons 88c
Pillsbury 18 Oz. Boxes
Cake Mix ------ 3 boxes $1.00
Red Potatoes 5 lb. bag 39c
8 C Yellow Onions 3 lb. bag 39c
Cantaloupes 3 for $1.00
Instant Potatoes __ 16 oz. 49c
Kraft Parkay Six Stick
Margarine ------ 1 lb. 37c
Sea Pak Frozen
Fish n' Chips 2 lb. pkg. $1.49 ,
Minute Maid Frozen
Orange Juice ---- 16 oz. 79c
Ole South Forzen
Blueberry, Bl'kberry, St'berry, Peach, Apple
Cobblers -----2 lb. pkg. 89c
Georgia Grade 'A' LARGE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
By The' Florida Power Corporation
Have you ever tried stuffed corn.
'-ish hens? The cost is less than a
5 lb. boneless Toast; each hen will
be around $1.00 and is ample for
any man! The latest way to cook
them is in the roasting bags. The
Sbllowing are recipes for two types
of- stuffing and information on the
ROAST CORNISH HENS
(with choice of stuffing)
4 cornish hens, weighing about
1 b.' each. Wash and salt each
2 roasting bags (5-lb. sizs)
Choice of stuffing below (try
them both, they're delicious!)
One-third cup margarine
14 cup finely minced onion (or
1 T. onion flakes)
4 cups coarse or fine bread
crumbs or cubes
% cup chopped celery
1 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon poultry seasoning
' 1 tablespoon water
Melt margarine. Add onion and
cook till tender. Make .bread
crumbs in the blender. Add celery,
seasonings, margarine, onions and
water. Mix well. Spoon in hens un-
til they are about % full. This
stuffing, will be enough for four
cornish hens or 1 regular size bak-
ing hen. Skewer or pew up open-
.* ** *
Rice and Mushroom Stuffing
5 tablespoons margarine
1 cup long-grain rice
2 cups chicken bouillon (2 bouil-
lon cubes plus 2 cups hot water)
1 teaspoon salt
S% cup finely chopped onion
1 small (2% oz.) can mushrooms,
Melt 3 tablespoons margarine,
Add rice and stir constantly for 2
to 3 minutes, or until rice turns
milkey or opaque. Do not let it
brown. Then pour in chicken bouil-
lon, add salt and bring to boil, Stir-
ring occasionally. Cover the pan
tightly, reduce heat to simmer for
18 to 20 minutes, or until the rice
has absorbed all liquid. Meanwhile,
in a small skillet,melt the remain-
ing 2 tablespoons margarine and
when the foam subsides add the
onion. Cook over medium heat for
8 to 10 minutes, then add the
mushrooms. .Cook 2 to 3 minutes
longer. Combine the rice and on-
ion-mushroom mixture. Stuff each
hen about % full and skewer or
sew up opening.
Place two'cornish hens in 5-lb.
roasting bag and place in a shallow
baking dish in a 350 degrees oven.
Pierce each bag 6 times with a
fork. Bake for one hour. (The leg
should come off easily when meat
In recent weeks there have been
reports of problems arising from
the use of the relatively new-in-
concept roasting bags. Those com-
panies supplying the bags have
been most concerned and have in-
tensively investigated cases where
the bags have burst while in use.
Out of the literally millions of
bags used, a very few have result-
ed in accidents in the kitchen...
but, of course, the companies de-
veloping the bags realize that even
a few accidents are too many.
Research indicates that if cook-
ing instruction are followed, that
is proper piercing of the bag and
an adequate pan used to contain
the bag and any juices that might
spill then the problem can be
traced to a reaction known as
"bumping". This occurs when just
the right combination of water and
melted fat accumlates during cook-
ing and forms separate layers. The
melted fat becomes the top layer
and prevents steams from escaping.
Then bumping may occur. Should
this bumping or popping become
too violent, it may break the bag
and thoroughly spatter the oven.
Fortunately, a way to prevent
this has been found. One table-
spoon of flour added to each oven
cooking bag causes the water to
boil normally... and avoids bump-
ing. The flour should be added to
the bag and thoroughly shaken to
coat the bag before the meat is
put in. With the seasoning mixes
in roasting bag products, this ad-
dition of flour is not necessary as
the spice mixture accomplishes the
same effect. This is also true of
other products which contain both
a bag and a seasoning or sauce
mix. It is important, however, that
the seasoning mixture be used with
the bag to eliminate the possibili-
ty of bumping.
Midget Investments -with
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 1st (First) day of June, 1972 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.
I Description S T R A
Comm. at the SE cor,
of the S of SW%, or
S-/2 of lot 3 orig., and
run W. for 470 ft. to
the POB; th. run N.
175 ft.; th. run W. 50
ft.; th. run S. 175 ft.
tn. run E. 50 ft to
the POB; said lot of
land lying and being
in sect. 31-4-10 ------31 4 9
Comm. at SW cor. of
NW%4 of Sect. 31, T 4
S, R 9 W, and run E.
along the % sec. line
for 840 ft.,th. run N.
175 ft. to POB, th. run
N. 100 ft., th. run W
240 ft.; th. S. 103 ft.
th. E. 240 ft. toj'OB.
This lot joins a 50 ft.
street on E. side.This
land lies in NW of'
Sect. 31, T4S, R9W 31 4 9
Comm. on the W side
of Hwy 381 where the
same crosses the N.
line of the SE34 of
SW% of Sect., said pt.
65 ft. E of the NW
cor. of said SEV of
SW%4 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 90* to the left
along -said right of
way 100 ft. to POB __ 20 5 9
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!4 of sect.
33/5/9 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
Cox 32 5 9 2
Comm. at-the NE cor.
of the SW4 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. run S. to the
N. side of the Old Pan-
ama & Wewa Hwy.; th.
run S o u t h easterly
along old Wewa &
Panama Rd. to a point
due S. of the POB, be-
ing 100 ft. more or
less; th. run due N.
for 375 ft.-to the POB,
said land lying and
being in the SW%
of SE% of sect. 15 4 10 1
Comm. at the NE cor.
of NW% 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
,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
on Old Panama 'Hwy. 23 4 10
A lot of land 40 ft.
on Old Panama Road
& running back 285 ft.
to the N lineof NW%
of NW% 23 4 10
A parcel of land des-
cribed in Deed Book
12 Page 592, less par-
cels sold off __------ 23 4 10 1
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.
26-4-10. 26 4 10
Beg. at SE dor. of W%
of SE% of NW% of
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.
26-4-10, Gulf Co. Fla. 26 4 10 %3
Beg. 106 ft. E & 25 ft. _
N of the SE cor. of -
Gaulding Add. to HV o
for POB, th. run E -'
120 ft. th. N 115 ft. th.
W 120 ft., th. S 115 ft.
to POB in SE% of lot
14 Orig. 26 7 11
Taxes Adv. Tot.
1 Inc. ---------37.40 6.60 44.00
Gulf Shores Dredging
1 Company -- 56.03 7.80 63.83
H. T. and Ada
Jane Stewart 3.44 14.40 17.84
Holmes -- 13.30
James and Tommy
Rouse ------30.39 12.00 42.39
Baker, Jr. -
Et Ux ----
1.46 2.40 3.86
5.41 9.80 15.21
2.78 5.40 8.18
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
Blk. 3, Lot 4
Blk. 1, Lot 84
Blk. 7, Lot 21
Blk. H, Lot 38
MEEKS LAKE SUBD.
Mrs Zadie Smith 11.99
WETAPPO RIDGE SUBD.
Darrell Adams 13.30
GULF COUNTY LAND CO.
Gulf Shore Dredg-
ing. Co. ------ 93.28
C. W. ALDERSON SUBD.
Billy & Lessie
Myrle Knee ___ 74.65
RISH ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA UNIT NO. 1
Blk. 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 ----- 37.40 1.20 38.60
IDA GRIFFIN SUBD.
Franklin Whitfield & Hu-
Bik. 4, E. 25 ft! of lots 1 & 2 ---- bert Whitfield 3.87 1.20 5.07
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
Blk. 3, Lot 4- W. T. Wheeler 129.03 .60 129.63
Blk. 9, Lot 3 --. Butler 64.59 1.20 65.79
Blk. 9, Lots 6, 7 &,N% of lot 5 Butler -------- 2.34 1.20 3.54
Bik. 9, Lots 14 & 15 Harold Butler 48.48 .60 49.08
S1, James H.
Blk. 11, Lots 6 & 7 Curlee --------2.34 1.20 3.54
Blk. 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 9.481
Blk. 12, Lot 16 Donald Butler 2.34 .60 2.94
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2 1
Blk. 46, Lots 7 & 9 % Joseph Aucoin 27.05 .60 27.65
FOREHAND'S. 2nd ADDITION TO HIGHLAND VIEW
R Warren C.
Blk. F, S. 50 ft. of lots 13, 14 -- Whitfield -----2.34 1.20 3.54
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBD.
Bik. A, Lot 3 Williams ---- 8.21 1.20 '9.41
Blk. A. Lots 4 & 5 Burch Estate 53.85
Bik. C, Lot 3 Homes, Inc. __ 16.26
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBD.
Bik. C, Lots 4 & 5 Carl Wood --. 1.25
J. R. NORTON SUBD.
Blk. 2, Lots 5 & 6 Brackins ------ 2.89
All lot 16 and W. 22 ft. of Lot 15 Carl Wood -- 8.21
CAPE SAN BLAS SUBD.
Blk. 5, Lots 35 & 36 William Baggs 13.57
MONEY BAYOU SUBD.
Blk. D, Lot 2 Robert Joseph 44.45
Blk. D, Lots 10 & 11 Marion Watson 32.36
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
Blk. 1, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Joel C.
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Taylor -------- 94.12
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
Bik. 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 2.40 475.27
Bik. 25, Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 -.-- Ralph Swatts __517.87 .60 518.47
Blk. 41, Lot 16 Burge -____-__ 20.86 1.20 22.06
Blk. 42, Lot 13 Gordon Thomas 165.82 .60 166.42
Blk. 42, Lot 18 Knight -------31,22 1.20 32.42
Bik. 1007, Lot 18, less W. 31 ft. -- Sam Alexander 34.66 .60 35.26
Blk. 1015, Lot. 23 Borders ------34.66 1.20 35.86
Bik. 1017, Lot 12 and E of lot 10 George Bryant 36.39 .60 36.99
Blk. 1017, Lot 13 Gus Miller -- 51.92 .60 52.52
,Blk. 1018, Lots 32 & 34---------- Rogers ---_- 20.86 1.20 22.06
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD.
Blk. A, Lot 7 Martha Jackson 34.66 .60 35.26
Blk. B, S of lotl0 Jerry Gainer _- 26.04 .60 26.64
/s/ HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON,
Tax Collector, Gulf County
WITH US, QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES f
PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
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There were 456 women who attend-
Mrs. Pridgeon Hostess to Annie Mrs. Swatts and Mrs. Daisy John-
son, president of the Guild attend.
Stone Circle of Methodist W SCS ed from Port St. Joe.
After the business session the
meeting was closed with prayer by
Mrs. Eula Pridgeon was hostess a Methodist Camp near Andalusia, meeting was closed with prayer by
to the Annie Stone Circle of the' Alabama. Mrs. Spikes.
Women's Society of Christian Ser-' The theme for the retreats was Prior to the meeting delicious re-
vice May 15 at her home in White "Come Walk the Glory Trail". The freshments were served to seven
City. three retreats were two of the Wo- members and two visitors, Mrs.
In the absence of the chairman, man's Society and one of the Guild. Spikes and Mrs. Swatts.
the meeting was conducted by
Mrs. Eunice Brinson.
The meeting was opened with a W n i Dnce
prayer by Mrs. Maybel Swatts af- Vanda Basham Dance School
ter which she presented a resume C FouL Annua Recita
of the retreats held at Blue Lake, Schedules Its Fourth Annual Recital
Masonic Lodge Plans
Special Degree Meet w
Port St. Joe Masonic Lodge No. hi
111 will have a special meeting in e.
the Entered Apprentice, Saturday
May 20 at 7:00 p.m. pi
All members ari urged to at- te
'Four Bands Appearing tr
In Apalachicola Program li
Musical entertainment will be D
presented Friday, May 19 in the F
Apalachicola High School Audi- L
torium at 8:00 p.m. with three B
bands on the program. .M
Special singing will be presented C
featuring Stella Norris. of Biloxi, M
Miss., formerly of Port St. Joe.. A
She is the granddaughter of Ma-'
jor and Stella Norris of Port St. Jo
of Saturday, June 24 at eight
o'clock in the Long Avenue Bap-
. No invitations are being sent.
AJl friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.
Dykes Accepts Hospital Position Wednesday Night Ladies League
With three weeks left in this
Sam Pangburn, administrator of N. E. Dykes of Port St. Joe and is season's bowling, things are going
the West Paces Ferry" Hospital in a 1964 graduate of Port St. Joe down to the wire to see who comes
Atlanta, Georgia, recently announ- High School. out on top. St. Joe Stevedores won
ced the appointment of Kenneth intent at the three games from the Bank with
crior to his appointment, a eetof
E. Dykes as Comptroller for the Por to L . s Loyce Beaman rolling a 471 ser-
360 bed institution. The hospital, West Paces jerry hospital, Dyles ies. Lois Smith was high for the
served as Comptroller of the John .
owned by the Hospital Corporation r.. Baik with a ,478 series.
D. Archbold Memorial Hospital, a
nal stages of construction and is 200 bed institution in Thomasville, mforter's took three a s
.. ..... s e 0from St. Joe Furniture with Bertha
scheduled to take its first patients Georgia, and as Director of Fiscal Clayton posting a 477 series. Ben-
in September of this year. Affairs for the Northside Hospital, da Mathes led the Furniture team
Dykes is the son of Mr. and Mrs. a 251. bed institution in Atlanta. '.with a 458 series.
St. Joe Kraft won three games
from Shirt and Trophy. Ruby Lu-
S O cas was high for the Kraft team
with a 461 series. Patsy Cooley,
rolled a 421 series for Shirt/and
Williams Alley Kats won three.
games from Sears with Eleanor
Williams rolling a 459 series. Ed-
I.C R E LT with a 341 series. Nice going Ed-
_kI.._. _...,m z wina. For those who do not know
In PORT ST. JOE
In Electrical Construction and Maintenance
411 Baltbell Avenue
TO THE CITIZENS
OF PORT ST. JOE...
I would like to express my appreciation for
the excellent vote and support you extended to me
in the City Commision election last week.
On May 23 A Run-off Election Will Be Held
S In My Particular Race
I again ask for your vote at this time. I want
to assure you that a responsible and efficient City
government, is my desire as well as yours.
Vote for and Re-Elect
George W. Wimberly
'CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP 4
4 Tuesday, May 23
Thank You for Your Consideration
Edwina Bowen, she is the oldest
member of the league, in her sev-
Standings W L
Florida Bank ---------78 49%
St. Joe Kraft --------- 76 % 51%
Comforter's ----------75 53
St. Joe Stevedores -... 73% 541
St. Joe Furniture ------73 % 54
Williams Alley Kats _- 67% 60%
Shirt and Trophy ---- 63% 64%
Sears No. 2 ---------- 4 124
Chason Circle Meets
With Mrs. Brock
The Susie Chason Circle met in
the home of Mrs. Charles Brock
May 15. Proceeding the business,
meeting, the hostess served re-
freshments to those present: Mes-
dames Farris, Vaughan, Adkins,
Mosely, Williams and Miss Ger-
Mrs. Brock, chairman, called the
meeting to order and -Mrs. Ivy Wil-
liams gave the devotional from the
Reports were given by the trea-,
surer and committee chairmen.
Mrs. W. T. Mosely, Jr., invited the
circle to meet with her June 19.
The meeting was dismissed with
the WSCS benediction.
The St. James Episcopal Church
will have its annual reception for
the graduating Port St. Joe High
School Seniors following Bacca-
laureate Services Sunday, May 28.
The reception will be held in
the St. James Parish House. All
friends, family and faculty of the
High School and Seniors are in-
vited to attend.
The fourth annual recital of the i Beth Pollock, Cathy Rish, Pam
Tanda Basham School of Dance Sanborn, Sandra Scott, Laurie
ill be presented Thursday eve- Smith, Melody Smith, Leslie Sweet,
ing, May 18 at, 7:30 p.m. in the Cherry Stebel, Paula Tankersley,
igh school auditorium. The show, Trish Tapper, Stephanie Tatum,
entitled, "The Seasons In Dance", Christie Taylor, Stacey Tharpe.
ill feature 43 local children de- Shaun Wuthrich will also dance.
acting seasonal scenes from win- Tickets are $1.00 for adults and
r's snowflakess" to "autumn 50c for children and students
:aves" and "Easter flowers'. through high school age and will
be available at the-door.
Dancing will' be Vicki Barlow, be available at thedoor.
inger Burge, Vicki Cannon, Pa-
ricia Colvin, Allison Costin, Les-
e Costin, Marion Costin, Katrina Reception f
aniels, Reginq Dean, Joanne c I
reeman, Lisa Fuller, Jacki Hayes, Tom Smi
ori Heacock, Dawana Jacobs, I Om miths
ecky Kennedy; Nancy Knox, Eva
:addox, Lisa Melton, Lori Mc- The children of Mr. and Mrs.
lain, Traci McClain, Annette Tom Fleming Smith are honor-
linger, Shawn Morris and Leigh ing their parents on Saturday,
nna Myers. May 20 at 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on
Kathy Parrott, Leanne Parrott, their Golden Wedding Anniver-
olyn Parrott, Debbie Patterson, sary. The reception will be held
onna Patterson, Carolyn Petty, at the Smith's home at 1105
Mr. and Mrs. Smith were mar-
ried at Apalachicola April 25,
1922. The Smith's have four chil-
dren, Tom Fleming Smith, Jr.,
Betty Ann Veal, Monna Claire
-- Smith and Hugh Bryant Smith.
No invitations are being sent
but all relatives and friends are
1. invited to join with them in the)
The honorees have requested
that no gifts be sent.
General Manager of Sales
~ and Marketing
MRS. DOT GROSSMAN
Girl of the Year
Mrs. Dot Grossman has been
named "Girl of the Year" by the
members of Xi Epsilon Kappa
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi.
The announcement was made
at the annual Founder's Day
dinner, Saturday, April 29. Dot
has been an active member of
Beta Sigma Phi nihe years. She
served as social chairman for
the 1971-72 year.
Dot, her husband, Don and
her son, Kyle reside an Wood-
--- SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
GEORGE BRYAN. .
representing BUILDERS HOMES, INC.
Alabamals No. 1 Home Builder is
NOW In The
Port St. Joe Area
to help you own your own home .
Big Home Features
* 3 or 4 Bedrooms
* 1 and 1% Baths.
* Fully Insulated.
* Electric Heat.
* Kitchen Cabinets.
* Aluminum Windows.
* Giant Kitchen-
* Carport or Garage.
Amazingly Little Money 'Down Small Monthly Payments
New Farmers Home Administration
Home Building Program Pays
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Let us give you full information on this low interest loan and our expertly built homes. Financing available
through your LOCAL Farmers Home Administration, Regular FHA, FHA 235, VA and Conventional Loans.
Wells and septic tanks may be included.
WRITE or CALL GEORGE BRYAN
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P.O. Box 921 Port St. Joe, Florida
MISS BARBARA MARTIN
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Martin an-
nounce the engagement of- their
daughter, Barbara, to Steve
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Smith of St. Joe Beach.
The wedding will be an event
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 PAGE SEVEN
Paradise Coffee Cake Spring Treat
A popular theory that a snake
will hypnotize is sheer fiction. A C HATTER K
snake may fascinate wildlife and
people, but not hypnotize them, ... ..
nor does every snake bite meanz By The Florida Power Corporation
nor does every snake bite mean I
certain death. From the time the first pearly
^,,,-A ^ + f .. ,~ white pear blossoms appeared cen-
Aeenrding tff the Gam and
cc r u- ta tg e uarne ana
Fresh Water Fish Commission, in-
creased outdoor activity also in-
creases the chances of encounters
with snakes, and every person
should be well versed in informa-
tion pertaining to snakes, their ha-
bits, identification, habitat and
the first aid method for treating
0. E. Frye, Commission direc-
tor, said. "The best advice for, the
tries ago, pears Ilave been one of
the miracles of'riature. To pear
lovers everywhere, it is one of the
most delicious fruits known to man.
Canned pears capture and pre-
serve the original flavor and juici-
ness of the fresh fi'uit, just for
pear lovers! Canned pears are ver-
satile too, and the U. S. Agricultur-
al Marketing Service says they're
in plentifuil suDobly this month.
Thpv'rp ideal chilled for a break-
outdoor lover is to try to avoid fast fruit, luncheon or dinner des-
all snakes, if possible. Most snakes sert, or as an accompaniment to
will try to avoid humans and will meat poultry dishes They combine
strike usually only when they are with gelatins and, other fruits. in
surprised or cornered." He out- desserts and salad and are a de-
lined a few simple precautions licious addition to:,dairy products.
that will help. eliminate the dan-
ger of snake bite. Set your mouth' just right for
'Ithis Pearadise Coffee Cake.
1. Wear boots or leggings when
in the woods or fields.
2. Wear pants leg outside the
boot, to help deflect the aim of a
3. Tuck mosquito bar under bed-
ding when camping on the ground.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crow of'
'Thomasville, Alabama, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Karen Faye Crow to Michael
David Money, son of Mrs. Jack
Craft of Port St. Joe and James'
W. Money of Ft. Gaines, Georgia.
Miss Cro* is a graduate of
Thomasville High School and
Hobson State Technical School,
where she ;studied accounting.
She is presently employed by
the business office of Thomas-
Mr. Money is a graduate of
Clay County High School, Ft.
Gaines, Georgia, and Wallace Jr.
College, Dothan, Alabama. He re-
ceived his BS degree from the
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hellings of
Highland View, wish to announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Nilah to Jerry Mashburn,
son of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Mash-
burn of Port St. Joe.
The wedding is to take place
in the home of the bride's aunt,
'Mrs. J. V. Canington on Sunday,
June 4, at 2:00 p.m.
No invitations are being sent,
but all friends and relatives are.
invited to attend.
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The book is full of facts and
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The fact-filled book is offered
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University of Alabama and is em-
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The 'wedding is planned for
July 9 in Thomasville Baptist
Church, Thomasville, Alabama,
at 3:00 p.m. Friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invited to
PARADISE COFFEE CAKE
1 can (16-17 oz.) jear halves
% cup sugar
2 tablespoons butter
1 package yeast, active dry
4. Carry a snakebite kit and 1 cup warm water'
learn how to use it. 1 egg, well-beaten'-
5. Don't put hands, face, or oth- 1% cups sifted flomr
erJlparts of the body into dark
bushy places without looking. lesTOPPING
6. Don't step over a log; step 2 tablespoons brown sugar
on the log, make sure there is no Y4 teaspoon cinnamon
snake, then step down. teaspoon nutmeg- z
7. Don't try to catch, examine, 1 tablespoon butter
photograph or disturb poisonous Drain pears, reserving syrup.
snakes. Scald milk. Stir in sugar, salt and
A free pamphlet on Florida 2 tablespoons bitifr. Dissolve1
snakes outlining methods of treat-' yeast in water. Stir in lukewarm
ing snake bit, precautions that will
help eliminate the danger and in- CLASSIFIED ADS
formation about poisonous snakes
is available upon request to the. '"M'dget Investmen'ti With
Florida Game and Fresh Water Giant Returnh"
Fish Commission at Tallahassee.
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milk mixture. Add egg and flour. batter. Sprinkle with mixture of' oven for 10 minutes; reduce heat
Beat with electric mixer on high' brown sugar, cinnamon and nut- to 350 and continue to bake 20 to
speed or by hand until smooth. meg. Dot with butter. Cover and 25 minutes., While cake is still
Spread dough evenly in greased let rise in warm place, away from warm, drizzle with a thin glaze
8-inch square pan. Slice pear hal- draft, until double in bulk (about made of powdered sugar and re-
ves thin and arrange& a er top of 40 minutes). Bake in 400 degrees served pear syrup.
MISS KAREN CROW
HELP FIGHT POLLUTION
(Spiritual, that is)
MAY 21 through 26 AT THE
SERVICES SUNDAY, 7:00 P.M., EDT
MONDAY through FRIDAY, 8:00 P.M., EDT
REV. ROBERT STRICKLAND, Evangelist
REV. ERROL SIMMONS, Music Director
NURSERY OPEN EACH NIGHT
i I 911C -r I
PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
Area Farmers Will I
Gregory R. Kimberly D. Lisa Ray
Daniels, 8 Daniels, 2 Age 8
Parents: Mr. & Parents: Mr. & Parents: Mrs.
Mrs V.irgil Mrs. Virgil Donna I. Ray
Davis, 5 Mos.
Parents: Mr. &
Lyons, III, 4
Parents: Mr. &
Mrs. Cecil H.
Troy Regina Cherry Anne
Williams, 7 Williams, 3 Stebel, 11
Parents: Mr. & Parents: Mr. & Parents, Mr. &
Mrs. Glenn Mrs. Glen Mrs. Robert
Williams Williams Stebel
McDaniel 7 mo'
Parents: Mr. &
Parents: Mr. &
Parents: Mr. &
Mrs. Ivey Hen-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL
BANK at PORT ST. JOE,
LAWRENCE MARTIN and
BETTY JEAN MARTIN,
NOTICE OF SALE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the following described pro-
Lot 11, Block 1012, Millview Ad-
dition, Unit No. 1, to the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, accord-
ing to an official plat thereof on
file in the Office of the Clerk
of Circuit Court, Gulf County,
shall be sold at 'public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at the west door of the Gulf
County Courthouse of Port St. Joe,
Florida, on the 29th day of May,.
1972, at 11:00 o'clock A.M., EST,
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered by the Circuit
Court of and for the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Gulf County on May 9, 1972.
Said sale shall be conducted by
George Y. Core, Circuit Court
Clerk, Gulf County,, Florida.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
I 11 1 : 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 18, 19, 20
Canned Drinks 10CANS $1.00
28 OUNCE BOTTLES
Pepsi or 7-Up 3 FO89c
With $10.00 Order or More
SUGAR---- 5 Ib.
Kraft 28 Oz. Bottle
Barbecue Sauce -
Del Monte-303 Cans
TOMATOES -- 5 cans
Blade Cut Full C
CHUCK ROAST -----lb. 59c RouI
NECK BONES-- 3 lbs. 89c Pork
7-Bone STEAK ------_ b. 79c STEM
Fresh First Cut Center Cut Shoulc
Pork Chops lb. 49c lb. 89c RouI
Snowdrift-42 Oz. Can
SHORTENING --- can
BANANAS ----- Ib.
ONIONS -- 2 lb. bag
3 Ibs. 1.59
STEAK -----lb. $1.09
ROAST ------lb. 69c
BEEF ----- lb. 39c
ROAST lb. 89c
HIGHWAY 9R HIGHLAND VIEI%
Parents M:r. &
Mrs. J. F.
By USDA to Set Up Crop Quotas
Nearly 70,000 farmers coast to Mr. Mullin pointed o
coast will be interviewed by USDA viewers from the De
starting May 24. The survey will Agriculture will visit e
provide information about 1972 ment and talk with
crop acreages and production. The operating there. Estir
ed from this survey z
survey will also include questions
about livestock, chickens, and farm
Joe E. Mullin, Statistician in ,
Charge of the Florda office of the; -
U. S. Department of Agriculture
said more than 2,300 Florida farms .
will be involved in the project that
winds up June 6.
The farms in this national-sur-
vey are located in 16,500 random-
ly selected land segments repre-
senting a cross-section of the coun-
try's agriculture. The number of
these land segments in a State de-
pends on the agricultural activity
in that State. Florida will have 525
land segments.' The Farm inter-
viewer for Gulf County is Mr. High-
out that inter-
each land seg-
and other of-
The sergeant is a 1964 graduate
of Cook County Training School in
His wife, Shirley, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Clark, 319
Avenue D, Port St. Joe.
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70" 5 Board Redwood Table and 2 Benches
Redwood Barbecue Set $35.00
Upholstered with Floral Back and Cushion
Redwood Love Seat----
Redwood Table and Two Curved Benches
Round Table Set
7 FT., 8 RIB UMBRELLA for TABLE $35.00
Matches Love Seat
Redwood Lounge Chair -- $29.00
Expanded Metal for Cool, Cool Comfort
4-Pc. Casual Group
SETTEE 2 CHAIRS COFFEE TABLE
Jumbo 'Size 48 Inches Wide
Lawn Swing & Stand $39.95
Lori Ann Ray
Donna L. Ray
2 Complete Cycles 3 Water Temp. Settings
MATCHING SPEED QUEEN ,
ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER ... ..... I 59.00
a r I ~Igain
icial sources will appear in future
Department of Agriculture reports
available through the Florida Crop
nd Livestock Reporting Service
office in Orlando.
PANAMA CITY, FLA. U. S.
kir Force Staff Sergeant Jonathan
Ldkison, son of Calvin Adkison of
723 Ninth St., N.W., Washington,
). C., has been named Outstanding
'rew Chief in his unit at Tyndall
Sergeant Adkison was selected
or his leadership, exemplary con-
uct and duty performance as su-
ervisor of an F-106 maintenance
rew. He is assigned to a unit of
he Aerospace Defense Command
vhich protects the U. S. against
ostile aircraft and missiles.
15 through 20
Specials for May
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
RICH and SONS' IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
GRADE "A" GA., FLA., ALA.
GRADE "A" GA., FLA., ALA.
GA. GRADE 'A' LARGE
FRYER QUARTERS -- lb.
Fryer Backs 88c
Pork Neck 'Bones
Brisket Stew 8,
USDA Grade A Frozen
Tablerite Beef Boneless New York
STRIP STEAK lb.
GROUND BEEF Ib.
Tablerite, or Frosty Morn
Sliced BACON Ib.
Hunt's 8 Oz. Cans
TOMATO SAUCE --- 3 cans 39c
APPLE JUICE ---------quart
IGA No. % Size
TUNA FLAKES ----------can
PERSONAL NAPKINS pkg. of 12
DETERGENT-Limit 1 With $10.00 Order
Ga. Grade 'A'-With $15.00 Order
I doz. EGGS.. FREE
K[ing Size Detergent
Palmolive Liquid ------
BAKERITE Limit 1 With $10.00 Order
KRAFT SOFT PARKWAY
Tablerite American or Pimento
6 Oz. Cans IGA ORANGE
Mortpn, 11 Oz. Pkgs.
FROZEN DINNERS ----- 2 pkgs.
i oz. 59c
ICE CREAM ---------- gal.
FRIES ---- 2 lb. bag 29c
PERCH --- 1 lb. pkg. 69c
SOUIt CREAM -- -------16 oz. 49c
Beat the High Cost of Living!
Save Big Every Day On IGA
IGA Price Compare SAVE
F Lb.,s Oz.
Sandwich Loaf 33c 41c 8c
RoundTop__ 2-57c 2-72c 15c
H'burger Buns [ 27C 31C 4
Hot Dog Buns [ 27c 31c 4c
Brown and Serve
ROLLS 33c 35c 2c
Our Own Brand
Wheat Bread [ 29c 36c 7c
H'burger Buns I 31C 35c 4c
French Bread 29c 41c 11c
Doughnuts f 49c 59c f10c
Raisin Rolls [ 37c 45c 8c
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL THIS IS REG. PRICE!
Noxzeme (Reg. $2.19 Val.)
SUNBURN SPRAY -- 5 oz. $1.69
Stylac (Reg. $1.19 Val.)
HAIR LACQUER-------- 13 oz. 88c
Antiseptic (Reg. $1.39 Val.)
LISTERINE ----------- 14 oz. 98c
WHITE or COLORED
Home Grown For Pickeling
Get Your Pickeling Lime and Spices at Rich's
NORTHERN PAPER Big Rolls
Towels 3 R 89c
Okra ---- Ib. 49c
White, Yellow, Zuchinni
C EL E R Y ------ stalk 29c
----- 2 for 29c
FRESH SHELLED DAILY
Blackeye Peas & Blackeyes with Snaps
LARGE BAGS HOME GROWN
Fresh Squash and
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
mkt. basket 59c
Large BELL PEPPERS and
Slicing Cucumbers ------3 for 29c
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Sec. 34.66 P.L&R. Permit No. 30
Port St. Joe. aPermit N. 30
RICH'S NOT STAMPS
VEGETABLE OIL------- 48oz. 89c
SALTINE CRACKERS -----lb. 45c
HOT SHOT ---------13 oz. $1.29
Swift 4 Oz. Cans
VIENNA SAUSAGE 4 cans $1.00
Swift 3 Oz. Can
POTTED MEAT -------6 for 88c
TEA BAGS ---------100 ct. 99c
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'AGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972
dearly people and for children in situation comparable to that of a mosphere of good family relation-
Gulf County. The foster home care concerned relative, meeting such ships.
for adults program is mainly con- needs as proper eating habits, as- i Due to the close proximity to
cerned with providing aged, blind sisting iA budgeting expenditures the Florida State Hospital, local
and disabled persons with a living and essentially providing an at- foster homes can be of much assis-
Takes Short Course
According,to Andy Thomas, Su-
pervisor of the Division of Family
Services in Gulf County, there is
an increasing need for foster
home facilities for disabled or el-
James L. Gosnell, Hughl F.
Smith and Sammy C. Parker of
Gulf County were among the 22
vocational instructors to com-.
plete the Vocational INSTEP
training' program recently. Cer-
ficates were awarded by Dr.
W. James W. Giddis, chairman of
INSTEP GRADUATES--James L. Gosnell, Hugh F. Smith and-
Sammy C. Parker (shown in center) all of Gulf County, were among
some. 22 teachers of Northwest Florida who recently completed
requirements for certificates in the Vocational ,Instep training
program offered recently. The project was conducted by the Uni-
versity ,of West Florida and the Panhandle Area Educational Coop-
erative. Shown with the graduates are Dr. Billy Williams, UWF
vice president at left and Dr. W. James Giddis, professional educa-
tion department head, at right.
and the University of West Flor-
ida. Roddy Harrison of PAEC
was director for the project.
Dr. Wayne White, Dr. Ron
Peake, Dr. Howard Kirk and
Dr. Giddis, representing the
UWF, were instructors for the
program. which included attend-
ance of summer-coutrses at Pen-
sacola and a year's teaching in
the classroom under supervision.
Dr. Billy Williams, vice presi-
dent for education at UWF,
spoke to the graduates at a
luncheon at the Talk 0' Town
Restaurant in Panama City Fri-
day in ceremonies marking the
completion of their requirements
by the student instructors.
Dr. Williams, who had welcom-
ed the students into the class a
year ago, again welcomes the
group but this time "into the
ranks of full-fledge professional
instructors." He told the group
they had a "great responsibility
in training youngsters in. the
direction they should go."
Presentation of certificates
was made to the 22 teachers who
represented seven Northwest
, Florida counties. These included
Santa Rosa, Walton, Washington,
Jackson, Franklin, Gulf and Bay.
U-I p g
Effective May 15
THE ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY
WILL INSTALL A
(Desk or Wall)
For Their Subscribers /
Without Service Connection or
Choice of Color Phones Include:
YOU NEED ONLY TO PAY A SMALL MONTHLY EXTENSION CHARGE
OF $1.50 'PER MONTH FOR RESIDENT EXTENSIONS OR $1.75 PER
MONTH FOR BUSINESS EXTENSIONS
Contact Your Local Telephone Business Office Today for
St. Joseph Telephone &
tance in eventually returning many
former patients to their communi-
ties in useful, independent roles.
Foster home care for children is
a resource for those children who
need to live apart from their own
families because of, damaging home
situations, difficult family relation-
ships and the absence of relatives
who can meet the children's needs.
The care is designed to provide as
normal a family experience as pos-
sible in order that the children
have protection .rturing and an
opportunity to dvelop their cap-
abilities. While ;some children will
remain in care for a brief time
only, of necessity..some will remain
Say You Saw
Family Services Seek Foster I
Fits many FALCONS, PINTOS, OPELS,
MAVERICKS, TOYOTAS, VEGAS and others.
FULL 4-PLY NYLON CORD TIRES
Oldsm obiChia& $ -- 30
$2A1 per tire F.E.T. Ul f ^
11 A5 2$ 90
2.51 ptF... fr5 1
Bkackwalleo $3 to $4 per tire lower
AlM prices PLUS taxes and 2 tlre off
your car. If we should sen out of your
size. we'l give you a "raincheci" for
future delivery at the advertised puli.
ms on single tires.
* Clear vinylH Llmit 1 per customer att price. j
trimmed with Additional $3.98 each.
black, white, If we should sell outofthis O
.. em, we will gve you
aVY r.. "raincheck" asuringMtuAre
: delivery at the adverthd price.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
Some Delaying Disability Payments
-I o m e s By Failure to Apply for Benefits
David Robinson, Social Security ginning of a serious illness or ac-
A family or ,individual wishing Field Representative for Gulf cident to contact the social securi-
to be a foster home care sponsor County, announced today that some ity office. Because social security
will be visited by a social worker disabled people in this area are benefits can be paid retroactively
for the purpose of conducting a unduly delaying payment on their for only 12 months from the date t
home study. During the home claims, and even losing money by the claim is filed, these people may
study, the worker will establish failing to contact the social securi- lose hundreds of dollars.
foster home approval and coor- ty office soon after their disabili- Robinson stressed that accurate
dinate the activities, hobbies and ty begins. I inromation about the disability
special interests of the prospective Although there is a 6-month: program can best be obtained from
sponsor and individual needing waiting period for which no bene- program can best be obtained from
foster care. The Division of Fam- fits can be paid, the disabled should! a social security representative. Be-
ily Services continues working file a claim early, cause of frequent changes in the
.with the family after the person laws, information provided by well
has been placed. Robinson said that in many cases
asall work on the claim can be ac- meaning friends or relatives may
For further information concern- complished before the end of the -:ove to be incorrect and cause un-
ing the foster home care program wait ng period and a check can be nacessa-y delay or loss of payment.
in the Gulf County area, contact received for the first month pay-
Andy Thomas at the Family Ser- ment is due. Anyone who needs information
vices office in Wewahitchka, tele- about social security disability
phone 639-5276. In Port St. Joe, I If the disabled person is unable about social security disability
contact Mrs. Marilyn Witten or to call at the office in person, his should dial "0" and ask for WX
Mrs. Julia Creech at the Health claim can usually be handled by 4444.
telephone, or a relative can help ____ _
Department on Tuesday or Fri- by visiting the nearest social se-
day, telephone 229-6229. curity representative. .n,,f-.E ADS
Robinson. pointed out that it is -.-, .i investments With
It In. The Star not unusual for some people to ..
*wait several months after the be-
professional education at Univer-
sity of West Florida.
The Vocational INSTEP pro-
gram, similar to the one for reg-
ular classroom teachers conduct-
ed last year, was a cooperative
program between the Panhandle
.Area Educational Cooperative
*-*"*-*.~.. .^ *'* VolkswagensSaa. 9 $A AEU90
... Renault, MGs. U"VWO
-- ..6-15whtewalls. -1 for
81.73 per tire F.E.T. 2W V V
35-14 whieI t i Cougars, Mustangs 2 30
A "7-res C%- 2$w3
mounted.FREE 7 F2 h fr4
S, ..' ..: ., .. ... B barracudas. F-B2s.
S.Cutlasss, Specla/. .&
3 ways to charge $2.12pertireF.E.T. for a 4
7.M74swhtewsI. f. 43 J
;. .flm] ^IB>$2.13pertIrF.foE r 1
Pted as sholia at Firestone Stores. Competitively priced at Firestod e i .: .
Dre~rs nd at service stationsdisplaying the Firestonesign. Similar low price
I AFtrestone I
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by SHANNON SMITH
Home Grounds Specialist
ane of the secrets to successful water!
gardening is knowing how to Most
1 Closely study your lawn or gar-
r:ity of Florida den. Acquire a coring device to
use to remove soil to see if it is
wet or dry. You need to find out
the depth of water penetration af-
ter rain or irrigation. Next check
maintenance techniques the amount of water supplied by
have easy-to-learn rules to follow.'
For example, fertilizing, pest con-
trol and pruning. But watering has
no specific rules to follow because
when to water and how much to
water depends on the kinds of
plants, type of soil, time of year
and the weather conditions. So, if
you think your particular watering
problems are different than your
neighbors, you're probably right!
Here are a few ideas you can use
to improve your watering efficien-
)?,Ara iev A
are A&P frozen
Pead on.. .you be the judge.
The best vegetables 're Grade A.
Every package of A&P Brand Frozen Vegetables is Grade A.
Pick up a package.
You'll see."Grade A"is printed on every wrapper.
Do you have a different brand in your freezer?
Check it. See if it's labeled Grade A.
Surprised at the quality of A&P Brand Frozen Vegetables?
Not if you're an A&P shopper..
After all, it does bear the A&P seal
What more is there to say?
You won't believe the prices... they're so low.,
Are A&P Brand Frozen Vegetables a good reason for shopping A&P?
They're one of many. .a
P.S. There are exceptions:
Potato Morsel Cottage Fries, Whole Peeled Potatoes,
That's because today there are no standards for Grade A on these items
But don't worry. There are ione finer.
bA&l 5rzen .900d 2ate
A&P Cut Green Beans s.. 4 $1.00
A&P Sliced Strawberries......2^::89c
A&P Macaroni & Cheese ..... 4 1 89c
A&P All Butter Pound Cake.... 59c
A&P etd Square Layer Cake.....s 69c
A&P Handi-Whip Dessert Topping :c39c
A Lb. Bag A&P Fresh Frozen French Fried
lasaMo -ld Fromoo0'.0.g
Ora nge Ju6c'c2.o57c
Ibule. old F o....n
5% oz. pkgs.
P'- Tarts 4/$1.00
Con Oil Mrilew..
Mazola..; &" 49C
Food Colors.s -19c
Span. Saffrono 99c
l J '.. .. .. ..- ''' "-- h a _
FISHl SICKSoe.....,v49c 75c H iADDO DHNNERS,..... 49c SLICEDBOLOGNA......,.69c
CaIn John's Quick Frozen, 4A&PIFresh69 c SKINLESSpe..R ANlKS#" All@Meat .1."4.,69C
FISH & CHIPS.......a 6 c Mlt CHEESE....... .69c SIRA KS...
Cap'n John's Frozen A&P Fresh SLCopeland's
PERCH DINNERS........ 49c HAM SALAD .;,.... 49, SLICED HAM#,.; $1.29,
S Oi gg -. .. +--+. .-- .-o l e e e o e Pk., "- ..
"Super-Rlight" Ouick Frozen Chopped Grade "A" Fresh Fla. or Ca. I ."Suer-iight" Heavy Western Beef
BEEF STEAKS.........2 $T.49 FRYER PARTS... 69c GROUND ROUND........ 99c
All Grinds Golden Quarters Margarine Speciall With Lemot aid Sugar-'" Special
Maxwell House lb. can 93c MRS. FILBERTS......;... 35c INSTANT NESTEA......2 99c
Maxwell House Spectaor Birdseye Frozen Speciall Steak Sauce .-... Special
INSTANT COFFEEe..... 99c COOL-WHIP.....W...3~ $1.00 HEINZ 57..... ..... 69c
,,/-i- ~ 4 A r ote- :
Mild & Mellow 100% Brazilian Coffee Regular Duty Aluminum Wrap .. Special .l .._ _
EIGHT O'CLOCK.. 169c 5$1.99 WONDERFOIL......... 25c .
Eight O'Clock 100% Brazilian Jane Parker Freshly Baked ""-'- .. Special Crisp, Young ,S-,ma Special.
INSTANT COFFEE*.....i 99c PEACH PIES........... 49c FRESH CARROTS..... 2 & 25c
Rich's Frozen Speciall Jane Parker Sandwich or Extra Thin Sandwich Sliced Medium Size y% Speciali
COFFEE RICH......... 39c WHITE BREAD.......4; $1.00 YELLOW ONIONS.......k 9c
Cleaner Special! Jane Parker 'range Special! Russet Speciall
JANITOR IN A DRUM.. ... 69c CHIFFON CAKE........'-:*.. 49c BAKING POTATOES,.. ..' 79c
Sea Pack Quick Frozen Jane Parker Danish Speciall' Swift's 666 50% Organic Speciail
ONION RINGS.......... 69c PECAN RING C......... 55c FERTILIZER......... 205$4.49
S A & P 50 IOc OFf LABELCHECK AND COMPARE
MOUTHWASH and Fh i
Dishwashing Detergent 2-Lb., 2-or. Detergent
LUX LIQUID........... 63c SURF DETERGENT..... 91c FLUFFY ALL........otk.93
Detergent With Face Cloth Special Value Special[
WISK LIQUID......... 89c BREEZE DETERGENT....'" 41c GAINES MEAL.........% 79c
Dishwashing Detergent Condensed Advanced Spray Deodorant Specialf
DOVE LIQUID......... 63c ALL DETERGENT..... P, 87c RIGHT GUARD......... C 99c
Prices in this ad are
good through Satur-
day, May 20, 1972 in
-the follown- eofrr-
SWith I Bath PCE Vitoot
mi ThI 9 1:po. :
coupon Bars .0 .* .,.bil
Coupon good through n..; 21, 1972
with Dot Hamm rolling a 487 ser-
ies. Melba Barbee led the Steve-
dores with a 565 series and a 227
Standings W L
Florida Bank --------77 46
St. Joe Kraft -------- 73% 50%
St. Joe Furniture .... 72% 51%
Comforter's ---------- 72 52
St. Joe Stevedores .... 70% 53%
Williams Alley Kats 64% 59%
Shirt and Trophy .---- 62% 61%
Sears No. 2 ----------3 120
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 LJe Boberts,
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
I months from the .date of the first
publication of this notice. Each
claim or demand must be in writ-
ing and must state the pIlae 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
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;25xl5D 8PR
transfer case, single speed with
4 speed heavy duty transmis-
sion or transfer case 2 speed
with 3 speed transmission heavy
duty; vinyl deep-foam seat; hea-
vy duty rear step bumper; style-
side 6% ft. body. Color-green,
Bids will be received until May
9, 1972, 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.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
IN RE: The marriage of
JAMES J. WALSH,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Clara Walsh, Route 1, Box 236,
Crossville, Tennessee 38555
You are hereby notified that an
action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Robert M. Moore, 321 Reid Ave-
nue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and
file the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court on or be-
fore May 26, 1972, otherwise, a
Judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Witness my h2nd and the seal
of said Court on this the 26th day
of April, 1972.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Circuit Court Clerk
4 aewn D ar I 1,
Dog Fobd..' ,'10c
Kraft Low Carled 1000 ofd
Dressing.. 1 43c
Kraft olaDn Bll, oem
Jd v .sllo me
Wafers ..19?" 29c
MInur. Mol Frosen Oropetfilt
A & P
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 PAGE PLEV Irr
your sprinklers. Place several cof- Operate the sprinklers at a rate Experience is your best guide for
fee cans at intervals around your only as fast as the soil will take in how often to water. Look at the DUOWLING
lawn. When the sprinkler has run the water because runoff from too soil to see how fast it dries and
for an hour, see how much water rapid irrigation does your plants watch your plants to see how quick- Wednesday Night Ladies League
is in each can. The amount should no good and costs you money. ly they wilt. With very little prac- Florida Bank won three games
be about the same in each can if tice you can quickly discover how from Comforter's with Lois Smith
the sprinkler is delivering water! Check several areas in your lawn often you need to water each rolling a 478 series. Bertha Clay-
uniformly. For most of our sandy to determine how slow and how, month and how fast and long you ton was high for Comforter's with
soils, the top six to twelve inches long it takes your particular sprink- have to water to replenish the sup- a 421 series.
should be wetted at each irrigation. ler to apply enough water to wpt ply. St. Joe Kraft took all four games
Determine how long or how much the top six to twelve inches of soil from Sears. Evelyn Smith led the
water is required to wet your soil and still avoid any runoff. This These guidelines can make your' Kraft team with a 507 series. Mar-
to this depth and you will then will give you a guideline to use for gardening endeavors more success-, guerite Scheffer led Sears with a
know how long you need to water. time of irrigation. Frequency of ful and should reduce water bills 333 series.
The core sample can also be used watering depends on the rate of significantly. Williams Alley Kats took three
to monitor how fast your poils dry water loss which in turn depends games from Shirt and Trophy with
out. on the soil type, its depth, climatic Eleanor Williams rolling a 428
factors and rate of water uptake CLASSIFIED ADSI series. Donna Hood was high -for
To provide proper distribution by plants. Midaet Investments That Teld Shirt and Trophy with a 383 ser-
and to avoid wasting water, apply ies.
water only as fast as the rate at Water is lost chiefly by evapora- s", turnerr St. Joe Furniture won three
which water infiltrates the soil. tion and transpiration by plants' m e Frnm t .Tnu r tvodnree
games from St. Joe Stevedores
S- PAGE TWELVE' THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 11 2 1972
Highway 98 Association
Opens Full Time Offices
Opening of a full-time office at, viduals anxious to see the uppe
-Panama City Beach by the Scenic Florida Gulf coast developed to it
'-Highway 98 Association was an- fullest potential; They see the prc
nounced this week by president L. motion and improvement of High
Charles Hilton. way 98 as a major key to making
* Association headquarters are lo- the development become possible
cated on Alternate Highway 98 "Opening of Disneyland and a]
.:,about one block west of State Road lied attractions in central Florid
79. Panama City Beach made the i has created a new vista of oppor
building available to the non-profit, tunity for the uvper Gulf coast be
association gratis. cause of the great new influx o
.',!The association has a two'mem- visitors to the Sunshine State,'
ber staff comprised of Mike Dar- said Hilton in explaining the asso
ley, executive director and Mrs. ciation's mission. "We'll get ou:
" A'drea Sellers, secretary. share of these visitors to the nortl
Dedicated to the promotion of Florida Gulf coast if we have ade
Highway 98 as a major scenic route quate highways and make traveler:
the association is made up of prom- aware of the numerous unexcelled
dnent citizens representing all the attractions Scenic Highway 98 hai
communities between Pensacola to offer."
,,and Perry. The organization is sup- The immediate objective of the
ported by contributions from pri- association is to promote existing
>vate business interests and indi- Highway 98 as a scenib route
CENTENNIAL BUILDING -- PORT ST. JOE
MAY 17 through 20
Services 7:30 P.M. Each Night
Public. Is Invited to Attend
Rev. Joe Doucet-
of Lake Charles, Louisiana,
JOE BRANNON, Music Director
of Port St. Joe
(Continued From Page 1)
the corner of 16th Street and
Long Avenue. The first service
held in their own building was.
on January 1, 1956. The last unit
_. +1- 1 ynq11._
r through mass .distibution 0 of bro- o01 the euucauon uuilingU was
s chures, maps, news stories and dedicated on May 10, 1960. Con-
o- related materiaL struction of the auditorium be-
"- The association's long range goal gan in 1962. The sanctuary was
g is the four-laning of Highway 98
-. from Destin to Perry. The road al- consistently emphasized that the
I- ready is four-laned from Pensacola c e t the
S e i n Pensacola state has no funds.,for such an un-
a to Destin. dertaking. Officers also have been
- The association's program has re- assured of the state's co-operation
a- ceived enthusiastic response from in their various meetings with
f all quarters. Pledges of support Florida Department of Transpor-
" have come from such varied sour-' station officials.
- ces as the prestigious Miracle "Our task is a difficult one, but
r Strip Council, Highway 98 cham- we have received splendid cooper-
h bers of commerce, local govern- action from everyone contacted and
. mental organizations and, even the have confidence that our goals can
s federal government has expressed be accomplished in due time,"
I keen interest. The U. S. Depart- Hilton concluded.
s ment of Transportation has indi-
cated that there is a -possibility of
obtaining special federal funding NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Sfor the four-laning project since a ADOPT COUNTY
large sector of Highway 98 is an Notice is hereby given that the
undeveloped area. Board of County-Commissioners of
Association officers have met Gulf County, Florida, will hold a
twice.with Gov. Reubin Askew and public hearing at the County Com-
he has expressed a desire to see missioners' Meeting Room in the
County Courthouse in Port St. Joe,
the, four-laning project become a Florida, at 7:30 P.M., on May 30,
reality, although the governor has 1972.
The purpose of said hearing will
be to hear comments, from any
member of the public who desires
to comment on the advisability of I
:a, county occupational license. The
Board of County Commissioners
will, after such meeting, consider p
the advisability of adopting an or- n
NOTICE dinance or resolution pertaining to C
RUN-OFF MUNICIPAL ELECTION occupational license. Fees and
Notice is hereby given that the classifications for said license will' F
Run-off Municipal Election for one oe the same as that set forth in
City Commisioner in Group Four Chapter 205, Florida Statutes, 1971, v
(IV) will be held atthe City Hall a copy of same-,being on file with I
Fire Station in the City of Port St. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Joe, Florida, on Tuesday, May 23, Gulf County, Florida.,
1972. The polls will open at 7:00, F. R. PIPPIN, Jr., Chmn. 2t F
o'clock A.M. and will close at 7:00 GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk 11
o'clock P.M., Eastern Dayligh
C. W. BROCK 5-1:
City Auditor and Clerk 2
Absentee ballots for the Run-of
Municipal Election to be held May
23, 1972, may be applied for ii
person or by mail from the City
Clerk's office, Port St. Joe, Florida
at any time from May 10, 1972, un
til'5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 19, 1972
Completed Absentee Ballots mus
be -in the City Clerk's office by
5:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 19, 1972.
C. W. BROCK 5-1
City Auditor and Clerk 2
Fls 'An Exacting Science Too!
LIKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR
PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE!
There are about as many dif
ferent types of insurance as there
are specific needs. You can't buy
them all, so it is vitally important
that you consult with an expert
Call on us at any time!
WE PUT THE "SURE"
IN YOUR INSURANCE
Let's take,* e L za-na L ,I
know that YOU can be SUED! Some-
one may have an accident on property
you own. That someone can sue you,
his claim can WIPE YOU OUT. .. un.
AT A MINIMUM COST
dedicated 'with a public service
on Sunday afternoon, October 6,
1963. The Rev-. J. C. Odum was
called in September 1953 to be
pastor of the church.
The anniversary worship ser-
vice will begin at 10:55 a-m. Re-
cognition will be given to char-
ter members and other former
members who are in attendance.
The service will consist mostly
of music aid singing by the
In addition to special music by
the church choir and the chil-
dren's choir there will be solos,
a duet and the ladies trio. The
"Door Openers", a youth sing-
ing group in the church, will
sing a medley of songs as offer-
tory music. Brief testimonies
will conclude the worship ser-
The anniversary dinner will be
served at about 12:30 p.m. Mem-
bers and friends of the church
are asked to bring a basket
lunch which will be served in
the fellowship hall of the church.
FOR SALE: Waterfront 75x175' lot REAL ESTATE WANTED: Used store equipment:
with mobile. home, well, dock, Two bedroom house on 90x100 Scales, adding machine, boxes,
septic tank. On paved road and Chi- ft. lot at corner 8th and Woodward etc. Call 229-6722.
pola River in Land's Subdivision to sell for only $6882.00.
iear Wewahitchka. Phone Panama Three bedroom house on two AVON WANTS YOU if you want
City 763-7425: 2tp-5-18 lots on McClellan to sell for only some extra money, if you like
-- -- $12,000.00. people, if you can spare some of
FOR SALE: 1968 two bedroom mo- Large two bedroom house well your free hours selling our fam-
bile home completely furnished located in Oak Grove,' $9,000.00. ous products. It is easy and fun.
with A/C, carpet, auto. washer. Financing Available Write Sarah Skinner, 318 Shade
'hone 229-6660 after 4:00 p.m. HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY St., Panama Ciey, or call 229-4281
tfc-5-18 Registered Real Estate Broker in Port St. Joe. tfc-5-18'
OR SALE: 1965 country Squire. 221 Reid Ave. 227-3491
OR SALE: 1965 Country Squire. FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
erLoa depend wiable car. Will289 V- engine. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Very dependable car. Will trade ed house. 522 Third Street. Guarantee on labor and materials.
for piCK-up witn h' Oeu. iraue up
Sor down. $400. 1970 Honda 450 CL Phone 227-8647. tfc-5-18
I IN .THE CIRCUIT COURT, $250, and assume payments. 1969. REDUCE f an fat with s
FOURTEENTH -JUDICIAL Honda 160 CB fine bike, $250.'1964 REDUCE safe and fast with GoBese1
CIRCUIT' OF THE STATE Ford $450. Good throughout. 'Vie Tablets and E-Van "water pills"
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Burke, 229-6722. CAMPBELLS DRUG. 5tp-5-11
S GULF COUNTY. '
Y FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL FOR SALE: 15' Westinghouse free- PAINTING-Interior and exterior.
n BANK at PORT ST. JOE, zer. Like new. $90.00. Call 227- : Free estimate. Phone 648-3324.
Plaintiff, .. 5732. tfc-5-18 Bill Emily. 4tp-4-27
JERRY GAINER, JR., and wife, FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house on2
SESSIE MAE GAINER, lots in Oak Grove. Phone 229-1 iHELP WANTED: $100.00 weekly
t Defenidan't. 6772. tfc-5-41 possible, addressing mail for
NOTICE .OF SALE FOR SALE: bedroom block dwell- firms at home. Details send stamp-I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ed, self-addresse envelope to:
that the following described pro. ing. 1312 McClellan Ave Driesbach, Drawer BD, Anthony,
Sporty: Citizens Federal 227-4646. tfc-2-24 New Mexico 8802, 4tp4-27
The S IAo tLot 10, (commonly New Mexico 88021 4tp-4-2
referred to as Sublot 10), Block FOR RENT: One and two bedroom PROFESSIONAL HELP with emp
'"B", St. Jod Heights Subdivision attractively furnished apart- tional problems and/or concerns
to the Cityof Port St. Joe, -Flor- ments. Cool in -summer, 'warm in ... r
ida, according to'an official plat .- t Gulf C unty Guidance Clinic, Port
thereof o4. file ih the office of wmter Gas ea, window ans. Joe, Florida 229-3621 or Rev
the Cleik ,6f: Circuit Court, Gulf They must be seen to be appreciat- Sidney Ellis, 229-6599.
County, Florida : ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince dney Ell 229-6599
shall be sold at'public outcry to the at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER FOR A' GOOD PAINT JOB Exper-
highest anddbesto'bidder for cash PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413 ience and Tung Oil makes the
ty Courthouse of Port St. Joe, Flor- or 648-3101. tfc-10-28 difference. Crosby Forest Products
ida on the 29th day of May, 1972, Co. See or call AL SMITH, 227-1
at 11:00 o'clock. A.M.,. EST, pur- ,OR' RENT. Fu.-nished beach cot 7751.
suant to a Fixi#l Judgment of Fore- tages. Reasonable mouihly rate. -
closure entered by the Circuit Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc
Court of 'an': for the Fourteenth NOTICE TO ALL AREA
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom fur- RESIDENTS
for Gulf County, on May 9, 1972. nished apartments. Port St. Joe For a good used or new car
Said sale shall be conducted by and Beach area. For more infor- please call me at
George Y. O;'bre, Circuit Court mation phone 648-4800. tfe-5-4 Lloyd Pontiac-Cadillac
Clerk, Gulf 'C unty, Florida. Phone 763-6541
GEOJGE Y. CORE, FURNITURE REPAIRS: Cedar fur- one 7
ClerK It, niture built to order. See catalog Panama City
S ._____ and get information at ADD-A- mnd I will bring any car home
,EFP ROOM, Williams Ave. 3t5-11 for you to see.
NOTICE tht th HELP WANTED: Maid for work in KEN SAMPSON
Notice is hereby given that the Overstreet Road area. Call 648- 216 Seventh Street
City Commission of the City 1of tf-5-18 Port St. Joe, Florida
Port St. Joe sitting as the Board of 3333. t-5-18 Port St. Joe, Florida
Adjustment -ill hold, a public FREE HOUND: We have'a genuine
hearing at the City Hall, Port' St. brown and white spotted hound
Joe, Florida, at 8:00 P.M.,; EDT, puppy at our house you may have Your SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
Tuesday, June' 6, 1972, to deter- free if yu will, take him, feed him PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
mine whether the City will author- and care for him. A potential hun- '
ize a deviation to Zoning Ordin. ter. Just pick it up at our house .'
ance No. 5 to allow rearrange- on Allen Memorial Way after 6:00
mentf of Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, p.m. Wesley R. Ramsey. __-o
15, 17, 19 andc21 in Block 1023 of /COV
Millview Addition Unit No. 3 and / .HE
Lots 1, 2 3, 4, and 5 of Block 39 SURFBOARD 'REPAIRS ARTH
in the City of"Port St. Joe, and to and r
permit proper spacing, between FROGWAX FOR SALE
homes desiredito be built on above Call 227-4321, 229-6236
lots. or 227-3161
C.W. BROCK 5-18 HURLBUT FURNITURE
City Auditor and Clerk 3t OR SALE: 1969Datsun pick-up and APPLIANCES
SFOR SALE: 1969 Datsun pick-up 306 Reid Ave.
truck with new engine and fuel
t'n n nn'1nAflPORlfl
OF INTENTION TO CONSIDER
ENACTING AN OCCUPATION-
AL LICENSE ORDINANCE
WITHIN THE CITY OF PORT
ST. JOE, FLORIDA
NOTICE is hereby given that the
City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe,, Florida, will at its
regular meeting on June 6, 1972,
at 8:00 o'clock P.M. in the City
Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, consider
the advisability of enacting an
Occupational License Ordinance.
The rates and classifications are
the same. as those set forth in Or-
dinance No. 1 now in effect in the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
Should the City enact said Ordin-
ance, all licenses called for therein
will be the same, or less than,
those currently in effect within
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
FRANK PATE, Mayor
C. W. BROCK,
pump. $750u.uu. all 648-6896. tfec
HEATH RADIO & TV REPAIRS.-
Black and white, color. All work
guaranteed. Phone 229-2782. 4tp5-4
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
C. P. Etheredge
S18 Third Street
Part St. Joe; Fla.
:all 229-4986 for cree Estimate
Low down payment. Phone 227-
MC's PAWN & SWAP SHOP
FOR SALE: Automobile and home
8-track tape players. Tapes, $1.50,
to $5.50.. TV's, reels and rods, ra-
dios, casette tape players and re-
corders, lawn mowers, watches,.
rings, guns, tires ; Will buy good
used items. 102 Fifth St., Highland
View. Phone 229-6193. tfc-4-20
Specializing in Puppy Trim
Other Small Dogs Washed
For Appointment call
In Wewahitchka and
Port' St. Joe
Comforter Funer6l Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
I am ww serving wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair zr syn-
thetic which you would like
to have service luidkly at
low prices .
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9-24 JANICE STOKES tfc /
R.A.M.-Regular c"nv;oatlan on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st 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 pjm. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. Ill, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.
HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
less you're properly insured!
TOMLINSON Insurance Agency
OFFICE SUPPLIES... WE HAVE THEM... THE STAR
and Ambulance Service
FULLY EQUIPPED AMBULANCES
With All Emergency, First Aid Supplies
Two Qualified Attendants At All Times
507 10th Street
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