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T THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR
Bill Barlow singled in the last
* of the sixth, inning Sunday,, took.
* second on a single by Jim Belin
and scampered home on a single
by Jerry Lewter, to give the
Florida Bank a 11-10 victory over
Angelo's -d4Panama City to win
the second annual, Quarterback
Club invitational slow pitch soft-
' ball tournament here.
Lewter also snagged -a line
drive off isarles Commander's
bat in thfetop :of the seventh
* and threw poss :the infield to
* double a runner pff first .base
to end the game.
I The local team won five games
Mwilahut a loss in the week end
Walter Wilder and Ken Had-
dock hit home runs while Jim
Belin had three hits and Jerry
Lewter, Joe Davis ant 'Bill Bar-
ttw Iwo each, for ti 6 winners.
Fred =Denecke-hit two homers
and a single for Angeilo'.
Barlow, Florida Bank's pitcher
received the most valuable play-
e aWward. He held -the opposition
-tb aT.295 average for the tourna-
meint while his team hit at a
.527 rate. The Bankers hit a total'
Sof 24 home runs in the tourna ,
ment with Belin getting five,'
Wilder, Davis, Jim Cox and Bill
Versiga four each and Ken Had-
County, Commissiogr L e
Ilannmedy has annouflaMl his in-
tentions to qualify for re-election
to the ,Gulf County Cojinissibh
from District Five.
. Kennedyj has been-c'tive du ,
ing his past three terkis as Com-
missioner.i Hle w s instrumental
in ,the introduce on. of 'soil ce-
ment road paving to the coun-
ty at substantial 'road cost sav-,
ings; instrumental in -creating-a,
Water and. Sewer, Distri.t, for.
3[igbland. View;. worked i", ob-
iaining land for the St. Joseph
;tate Park' and is now engaged
in an effort to establish a Sun-
land Recreation Park on St.
Joseph Peninsula to help the
During his terms it) office, he
has been a'member of the State
- Association of' County Comnimis.-
sioners, serving as a director
and helped -that organization
in 'its successful efforts to have
part of the gasoline tax money
returned to the counties for road
construction and maintenance.
(Continued On Page 10)
Revival Starts In
White City Sunday
Revival services will begin at
Sthe White City Baptist Church
;Sunday morning at 'the 11:00
aam. .services and continue thru
Saturday night. Services will be
held 'each evening at 7:30 p.m.
Rev. Ronald Presley will be
the guest evangelist.
Everyone is invited to attend
Sthe services. A nursery will be
/ provided for small children.
Louisiana Firm Gets
Jahncke Service, Inc., of Met-
airie, La., has been awarded a
$345,000 contract for mainten-
ance dredging to remove accum-
ulated shoaling from Port St.
Joe harbor, according to an an-
nouncement made this week by
the U. S. Army Corps of Engin-
Seers district office at Mobile.
The work will consist of
dredging a section of the en-
trance channel and the adjacent
silting basin to a depth of 37
% feet, the north channel and the
harbor channel to a depth of 35
feet, and the turning basin to a
depth of 32 feet.
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Florida Bank, .low pitch softball team defeat- Bill Versiga, Wilbur Butts, Clay'
,ed, Angelp's of Panama City in tournament fitia's Jim- Cox. Front ,row: Randy Rafi
here Smunay afternoon. Back, row, left to right: Bill' Barlow,' Jerry Lewter, Terry
Gene Raffield, manager; Kesley Cobert, Kenny ron Abrams, Jimmy Griffin and Et
Haddock, Walter Wilder, Jim Belin, Joe Davis, bat boy ....
you to discuss your problems on Florida Bank manager, Gne Raffield points toward home
a 24-hour basis as I will be your plate and yells '"Go! Go! Go!" as Bill Barlow roudps third base in
full time Commissioner." the last of the sixth inning with the winning run. -Star photo
Support Promised to Put
Bridges In Good Repair
County Attorney Wifliaim J.
-Rish. reported to the County
Commission Tuesday that he had
met with Congressman Bob Sikes
and Department of Transporta-
tion officials to secure some aid
in improving the drawbridge
.over the Gulf Cqunty Canal at
l Highland View a4d the floating
bridge; across the Intracoastal
'Janal at Overstreet.
1; Rish said he had al promise for
some action on the' wo bridges
and was scheduled to attend a
meeting in Tallahapsee yesterday
io further discuss the matters.
Rish said Tom Webb, with the
DOT, had promised 'funds to
work 'on both bridges, renovat-
ing them extensively to make
them more dependable. He said
work on the Ovqrstreet bridge
will be aimed at improving the .
approaches to eliminate the prob-
lem of the bridge being unuse-
able during high water periods.
SCENIC HIGHWAY 98
The Board took a step toward
improving the traffic flow on U.
S. 98 Tuesday by formally re-
questing the DOT to designate
the coastal highway as "Scenic
Highway 98", and erect several
signs along the route guiding
motorists to it.
The Board passed the resolu-
tion at the request of the Scenic
Highway 98 Association a non-
profit organization dedicated to
the four-laning of the road. The
Association has already secured
assurance from the DOT the
"Scenic" signs will be erected if
, counties, on the route will re-
In other business, the Board:
Heard a request from Ser-
vice Officer Albert Thames for
a full time secretary.
Took under consideration
a request from the Regional Li-
brary for more' funds next year.
Assured Mrs. Bob Lange
steps were already being taken
to improve disaster shelter sup-
Two Arrested On
Two Louisville, Kentucky men'
were arrested here last Thurs-
day evening by the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department and charg-
ed with sale and possession of
marijuana, according to Chief
Deputy H. T. Dean. -
The two men were Joe Smith,
23 and John Samuel Fields, 23.
Smith was a former resident of
Port St. Joe, according to Dean.
He said apparently the two men
were just passing through at the
time of their arrest.
The two entered guilty pleas
before County Judge Sam P.
Husband Friday. Judge Husband
sentenced them to pay $250.00
fines or spend six months in the
County Jail. Presently, they are
lodged in jail, but Dean said he
expects them to raise the money
to pay the fine.
Agreed to request- the
County Sanitation Officer to. re-
sume issuing septic tank per-
mits. The State Pollfition Con-
trol Department now has the
duty but does not have -the man-
power to do the job.
Purchased a motor grader
from Burford Equipment Com-
pany for $34,037.36.1 Another
firm bid $57.00 lower, but did
not, meet specifications.
Money Gets In
Eldridge Money announced
this week he will be a candidate
for County Commissioner, Dis-
Money has been a citizen of
Gulf County for 18 years. Dur-
ing this time, he was a barber
for eight years and for the past
10 years has been employed by
SCM Glidden-Durkee here in
Port St. Joe. He moved to Gulf
County from Jackson County
where he was born and reared
at Grand Ridge. He graduated
from Grand Ridge High School
and served four years in the Ar-
my. He is married to the former
Maxine Wester of Grand Ridge.
They have one son, Carl, who
graduated from Port St. Joe
High School this year.
The Money family is an active
(Continued On Page 10)
The Gulf County Scho ol
Board verbally agreed to lease
'the City of Port St. Joe the old
Washington High School site,
Commissioner George Wimberly
reported to the City Board Tues-
day night. Wimberly said he had
met with the School Board dur-
ing the day and worked out an
agreement for a long term lease,
of the property and buildings
contingent on an agreement to
be drawri up by attorneys of both
The City has been after the
site for some time now to re-
vamp into a recreation site and
other, ,useful pitrposes that may
come to light.
SThe School Board-wants -to--
keep a slight hold on the proper-
ty in base they need it in the
The Board heard a request
from thel Gulf County Branch of
',the Northwest Regional Library
for continued financial aid to
,the Port St. Joe outlet of the,
librafy Mrs. James T. McNeill,
Mrs. Jane, Patton, Librarian and
Emmett Danniel asked the Board
to .continue to pay the fent of
the library quarters. Mrs. Mc-
Neill,; wAo 'Ated as spokesman
said, '"We wvnt to continue' to
receive your help for now and
we hope to obtain our own build-
ihg in the fu.Ure".
Mayor Pate told the delegation
the City wou d consider the re-
qtdest and do all they could. '
The Board 4lso: ', ,
Discussed a refusal of th'd
T: he swimming pool and first
nine holes of the St. Joseph Bay
Country Club golf course will be
open for use for the first time
Saturday, according to Club pres-
ident Bob Freeman.
Freeman' said most of the fa-
cilities at the club are still un-
der construction, but the offi-
cers feel the course is ready to
begin play on the first nine
holes. Some work is still to be
done on the swimming pool,
Freeman said, but it is schedul-
ed to be completed by Saturday.
Corps of Engineers to allow re--
pairs to the City Pier and boat
dock until plans are submitted
to the Corps.
Took under consideration a
request from a sub-contractor.
for more money to move muck
in the Wastewater treatment
plant project. The City's Engin-
eer, Angelo Cayo said the pres-
ence of the muck was in the con-
* tract bid document and was the
responsibility of the firm to take
it into consideration. The Board
also authorized several change
orders at savings to the City.
Awarded a bid for 2000
feet of % inch copper tubing to
Davis Meter and Supply Co., at
a cost 6f .478 per foot.
Fourteen Qualify With Clerk of Court to
Seek Election to Office On Opening Day
With the qualification books
open only since Tuesday morn-
ing, .14 .candidates-had- paid -their -.
qualification fees yesterday af-
ternoon at press time.
Those candidates already off
and legally running are: -
Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker,. incum-
bent, Supervisor of Elections. -
Byrd E. Parker, incumbent-and
James B. Stafford, Sheriff.
Harland 0. Pridgeon, ificum-"
bent, Tax Collector. .' -
George Y. Core, incumbent;
Circuit Court, Clerk.
Samuel A. Patrick, incumbent,
C. Allen Scott, Superintendent
Rudy Pip-in, incumbent, T. D.
.."Doc' .Whitfield and Carlous
.Harbuck, County Commissioner,
Silas C. Player, incumbent,
'C6unty Commissioner, District 3.
Wayne S. Biggs- and Wallace
Guillot, School Board, District 3.
Hernian Ard, School Board,
Rish Wants Another Term in Office
William J. Rish, who wa9 'elect-
ed to the House of Repr senta-
tives in 1970, has announced his
intention to run for re-election
'for the 'District 9 seat.
Representative.Rish, who was
born and reared in Wewahitehka,
is,a member of the pioneer Rish.
familyy of Gulf County,-where his
i another and father, Roy and Lucy
'Rish still reside. '
He is a practicing attorney in -
Port St. Joe, where he resides
with his wife Carol and children
Cathy,- age 6 and Jay, age 3: He
is-an active member of the Meth-
odist Church and numerous civic
During his first term, he was
chosen to serve on the Manpow-
er and Development Committee,
Natural Resources and Agricul-
ture, all three of which are vital
committees for Northwest Flor-
ida. The 39-year-old attorney-far-
mer stated that he has always
tried to vote the conscience of
the people of his District and
had always openly made known
his stand on all matters. He fur-
WILLIAM J. RISH
their stated, "I believe my ser-
vice to date has prepared me for
better service for the future, and
I will continue to be in step with
the people in my District."
District 9 includes East Bay,
all of Calhoun and Gulf and
parts of Gadsden, Jackson and
Calls If Quits After 50 Years
After 50 years of service to man of the Florida Department Utility Liaison Committee at the
the Apalachicola Northern Rail- of Transportation, Third District, time of his retirement.
road, the road's Superintendent,
George Suber headed for the r"'=--
roundhouse Friday and retired. -i
Suber began work for the firm
in July, 1918. He left the AN in I' ,
July; 1919 and went to Western
Union in Jacksonville. Shortly, -
he went with the Florida East -
Coast in Titusville and then the '
Atlantic Coast Line in Plant
For ohly a 'short while in his
life he was not working for a 7'. '
railroad but worked as a contrac-
tor hauling cross ties in the Su- [
. In August, 1923, he came back
to work for the Apalachicola
Northern and has been with the
line ever since. He has worked
as Operator, Agent, Dispatcher,
Chief Dispatcher and Trainmas-
Suber was appointed Superin-
tendent of the AN on September- -
1, 1955 and has served in that
capacity up to his retirement. -
He is a member of Southern
Association of Car Service offi-
cers, having served as president; J.
American Railway Engineers As-
sociation; The American Asso-
ciation of Railroad Superinten- *
dents; The American Short Line 'f
Railroad Association, serving as
a director and the Southern B. Roy Gibson, Jr., left, presents a camera to George Suber
Short Line Railroad Conference. at a dinner honoring Suber on his retirement Thursday night at
Suber was serving as Chair- the Gulf Sands. Mrs. Suber is seated at the table. -Star photo
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972
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City Gets Commitment to
Lease Washington School
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PAGTWO -- TH STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, 19f2
Something good has come out of the Scenic Highway
98 Association and we thinl-it.is a step in the, right direc-
tion by thip organization to publicize the highway which
skirts the Gulf of Mexico from Pensacola to Perry, con-
necting Port St. Joe to the East and West.,
The ultimate goal of the Asociation, as we have said
before in these columns, is to get Highway 98 four-laned
over its Florida route. The four-laning is a matter of
selpree1-vation for resorts and-tourist attract.iqfna along.
tlG 4f Cqat, since it is their thinking that the comple-
tion of tersatat 10, Norl.. of here, will attract more than
its fair share of traffic coming into. lorida.;
C Intirs1ate 10 will serve merely as- a funnel to.get the
tourist tSouth Florida from the West and to furnish, a
through a ig f fr ^ ^West traffic .. Naturay, this
leaves the Gulf Coast out in the cold, just when the Bend
area is beginning to gear itself up in earnest to handle
tourists a"d travetej .
The way the four-lane game is played makes it neces-
. sary that we have enough traffic to justify four lanes be-
fore we get them. With I-10 and the future four-laning
of U.S. 90, parallel to 1-10, it isn't likely that U.S. 98 will
set any traffic records if we calmly sit backcpntent only
to lobby, beg, cry an4 gnash qur teeth for a fi-lane high-
way. But with the advertising of 98 as the scenicc Route"
into Florida, we may very well hasten the 6 ay when we
will qualify for the fpur lanes.
'We have always contended that we *Wil continue to
get a fair share of traffic this way becauseof the high-
way's location on thq'edge of the Gulf of"||dco for most
of itmnileage, TouristsL are coming to Flo4 to see the
water, They can see it for some three to' ur hours of
travelling along 98. "
C(jo9lng the Department of Transportation into erect-
ing large, attractive signs, alerting touripti of the possi-
bility of travelling a water-side scenic route into Florida'
is a move that will help us tremendously. t-
Did you ever think you would hear of ,a political
convention, with few -politicians in ttendance-even to
being in the minority? You're hearing of it now with the:
circus now under way in Miami Beach.
Even the liberal newscasters and columnists are in
awe of .the spectacle taking place, which, in their words,
can only mean bad things for the Democratic Party.
To us here in Northwest Florida, who are by and
large registered Democrats, it is almost unbelievable that
a conglomeration of amateurs such as is ,assembled in
Miami Beach could ever be selected to represent any po-
litical party, much less the Democrats.
We are always being hounded from every side around
election time about getting out to vote and exercising
yo'lr right and- opinion. The Democratic Convention is
a prime example of what can happen if we fail to do so
en masse. The liberals, the minorities, the radicals and
ultra-liberals have yelled the loudest, have turned out'~at
the ballot box and have attended the important meetings
while this capable of. making the system go sat at home
thinking, "It'll never happen".
But it has happened, and those of us who are sober-
minded and middle of the road to conservative can only
gape ,with a slackened jaw at what has happened to an
by DR. BOB M. THORNTON
Professor of Edugation
University of West Florida
Since the Colonial era, both
the public and educators alike
have asked fundamental ques-
tions concerning the goals of
the schools, their curricula con-
tent, their teaching methods,
their criteria for admitting and
promoting stud ents, teacher
qualifications, the support and
control of the schools and the
kinds of school construction and
facilities which are most desir-
able for educating the young.
One may also discover, how-
ever that a number of these
questions have been raised since
recorded time. As Aristotle (384-
322 B.C.) discernly remarked:
There 'are, doubts' concerning
the business (of education)
since all people do not agree
in those things which they
would have a child taught,
both with respect to improve-
ment in virtue and a ,happy
life; nor is it clear whether
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IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., 2.2 THREE MOS., $ .50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.00 dUT OF U. 8. On. Year, SM.0O
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omsions in advertisement, the publishers
o It hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for suck
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word totfally
e~ sPoken word baely aserts; theprnted word torogy on-
v 1xs. She ipokeOword is lort;othe'-printedworda rwpiu..
otherwise, responsible political organizat pn.
We noted the writings of one particularly liberal col-
umnit -the other day who predicted tl| the Democrats
will pay dearly- for allowing the party tog, into the hands
of the splinter groups which are' controlling 'the conven-
tion. He, liberal though he is, felt the paty and the na-
tion would best be served if the "profesnal" politicians
were.allowed to continue to run the ioJVentions and do
the work that must be done in order It make our two-
party system work and continue to seive our nation so
well. .. '
The framing of the Democratic platform and the
maneuvers conducted to frame this platform should be
warning enough to the man in the street that he had bet-
ter get off his duff and get involved minthe political life
of our nation.
When a candidate promises to soak' everyone making
$15,000 to $20,000 a year and over just'to provide reve-
nue to give $1,000 a year to everyone not making that
salary, you can bet something is going to get 'stirred up.
There are enough already getting the free Government
f dole and enjoying the taste of free living to make happen
what has happened. Let's make sure is goes no farther.
the object 6f it should be to
improve the reason or rectify
the morals. From the present
mode of education we cannot
determine with certainty to
which men incline, or what
tends to virtue, or what is ex-
cellent;- for all these things
have their defenders.
Perhaps 'it would be worth-
while to review-, a few of the
criticisms of education and
youth from the past and see how
similar .they are to some of our
contemporary criticisms. For ex-
ample, the perennial cry for ade-
quate salaries for teachers was
raised in Rome over two thou-
sands years ago. The Roman sa-
tirist and poet Juvenal (60-140
B.C.) bemoaned that teaching is
"A.barren. and fruitless employ-
ment" and that a year's salary
for a teacher is less than a Char-
ioteer gets for winning one race.
In more modern times an Edi-
torial in the New York Sun pub-
lished October 5, 1902 stated:
When we were boys, boys had
to do a little work in school.
They were not coaxed; they
were hammered. Spe lling,
writing and arithmetic were
not electives, and you had to
learn. In these more fortunate
times, elementary education
has become in many places a
vaudeville show. The child
must be kept amused and
learns what he pleases. Many
sage teachers scorn the old-
fashioned rudiments, arid it
seems to be regarded as be-
tween a crime and a misfor-
tune for a child to learn to
To point out that a number of
criticisms of education are simi-
lar throughout history is cer-
tainly not to imply that tremen-
dous strides have not been made
in education. Our present infor-
mation of the psychological, phy-
siological, and sociological di-
mensions of youth has expanded
our competencies and effective-
ness, in the teagching-learning
process. Significant strides have
been realized in educational
theory and methods, in evalua-
tion and measurement of the
learner's growth, the use of au-
dio-visual aids, in school design
and educational legislation.
In future columns we will ex-
amine the controversy surround-
ing these and other develop-
ments in education. Controversy
in education should be under-
stood' as a healthy display of the
citizens of Gulf County concern
with their schools. The Ameri-
can public not only has the priv-
ilege but also the obligation to
become involved in charting the
course of education in this
country. For education is the
most significant base of a demo-
cratic society whose people have
the responsibility for making de-
cisions affecting their fate and
even the fate of the world.
Although Hurricane Agnes
was not classified as a technic-
ally dangerous hurricane by the
National Weather Bureau, she
still took more than 120 lives and
did more, than $1 billion dollars
worth of damages.
Realizing that t h i s easily
could have happened in Gulf
County your Civil Defense sent
out a plea for evacuation of all
low-lying areas to try and avoid
such heartaches. With your co-
operation and understanding this
was done in, a most orderly fash-
ion and no casualties were re-
corded in Gulf County. Although
Agnes did not strike us with all
her fury, who is to say that the
next one will not? With this in
mind the Gulf County Civil De-
fense would like to express its
appreciation to the people of
Gulf County for your cooperation
in the past; and pray that your
response is as good should it
ever become necessary again.
A while back Johnny Carson
wrote a book entitled, "Misery
Is". With the national conven-
tions coming 'to Miami Beach I
thought I would bring his book
up to date. My apologies to
Johnny are included.
Misery Is-Miami Beach facing
two national political conven-
Misery Is-Trying to please
McGovern, Humphrey, the Hip-
pies, the Yippies and all the min-
orities while you are really wor-
ried about the majority.
Misery Is-Running for presi-
dent and out of money at the
Misery Is-Trying to manage
a campaign when the wife of the
campaign manager won't let him
Misery Is-Promising every-
body anything when you are not
Seven able to give them Arpege.
'Misery Is-Listening to an op-
ponent tell the people the 'kind
of guy you really are.
Misery Is-Trying to dance
while worrying about how you
are going to pay the piper.
Misery Is-Trying to put your
'best foot forward while you have
your other foot in your mouth.
Misery Is-Tossing your hat in
the ring and, then trying to fig-'
ure out how to talk through it.
Misery Is-Promising all the
voters cash in the bank then try-
ing to figure out where all the
money will. be coming from.
Misery Is-Thinking you have
seat at the convention and
having the committee tell you,
"Sorry, standing room, only".
Misery Is-Promising jobs to
the unemployed while you are
still looking for one yourself.
Misery Is-Trying to arrest
trouble makers when you don't
know whether to read them their
rights or the Riot Act.
Misery Is-Counting the dele-
gates and ,find they haven't even
Misery; Is-Promising to bal-
ance the budget when you have-
n't even ,learned to juggle your
own campaign funds.
Misery Is-Expecting to win
on the first ballot then finding
it is the last ballot that tells
Misery Is-Taking over a com-
plete Miami Beach hotel to wine
and dine delegates only to have
those delegates vote for your
Misery Is-Nominating a can-
didate for president then trying
to elect the guy in November.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .--....-.......
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ......
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
I paid my fine Monday for getting caught without
proper life-saving devices in my boat. Let me tell you
now (if somebody has not already)-don't get caught
without a life preserver, acceptable and useable, for every
passenger in your boat.
There are two reasons. First, it will cost you $27.00
if yoy don't have them and get checked. Secondly, you
may have a life preserver which isn't useable. Cushions
must be stamped "U. S. Coast Guard Approved" and life
preservers must be in condition, without holes or tears in
the cover. This was what got me. My cushions weren't
stamped as approved by the Coast Guard and my life
preservers had a few dry-rot splits in the covers.
I appreciate finding out they weren't any good. The
time may come when I might need them, and I'd hate to
sink to the bottom with miy life preserver clutched tightly
in my fist or wrapped around my belly. Mind you, I ap-
preciate finding this out but not necessarily $27.00
It's sort of embarrassing to go into the Judge's office
to pay a fine-even for a charge like this, which could
happen to anyone. Just a little bit of the reason I'm writ,
ing this is to let people know why I went into the County
r Judge's office Monday and planked down my fine.
I", I -' ", .... : @
I have been accused in some quarters in the past of
stretching the truth a bit in this column. It just isn't
so. Almost everything you read here is gospel truth.
This week we have the opportunity to write about
one of our 40-year-old executives going "Hippie"' on us.
Bill Altstaetter showed up at Rotary Club last, Thursday
without his socks on. Bill is gradually sliding into the
"Hippie" role. The first step was no socka He complet-
ed his ensemble for the day with a conservative business
suit and a snappy shirt. Next week he'll probably show
up in a pair of walking shorts with his shoes and .no socks.
Then it'll be a pair of cut-off dungarees. Then a denim
shirt with the tail hanging out. Then the piece de resis-
tance a beard!
Just in case you don't believe it, the picture above
will bear us out no socks!
Why is it that everything I buy is either delicate,
temperamental or just plain demented?
I've been trying for eight years to raise a pecan tree
in my back yard. Every time I plant one, something hap-
pens to it. Usually it dies.
This Spring, I tried again. Came March, April and
May and still the tree hadn't budded out. I didn't pull
it up and throw it away for some reason and, behold, last
week, it put forth a few buds! In the middle of summer!
That's a crazy time of the year for anything to just be- *
gin putting out.
All Financial Arrangements
ALL COST EXPLAINED AT THE TIME
YOU MAKE FUNERAL ARRANGE. ^
507 10th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972
SHORTENING for Lighter Baking
LIMIT 1 With $10.0 Order
LUE PLATE Quality Conscious
I.&T 1 Jar *with $10.00 oo der
FAB Dependable Laundry
BOUNTY Asserteda ad White Decorated
thru July 15
SReserved ,; :
ICE MILK 3
LIMIT .. 3 Ctns. with $10.00 Order
Ga. Grade "A" MEDIUM
Your Choice of Assorted
Available At Anytmne
Can : '
Bama -\ 10 Ounce Jars
APPLE JELLY _---------
Bama Grape Jam, Grape Jelly or 10 Ounce Jars
PEACH 'PRESERVES---- 4-
Bama-- 10Ounce Jars
?RED PLUM JAM -------- 4
Showboat -29 Ounce Cans
PORK and IBEAS ------- 5 cons
CASCADE DISHWASHER ------50 oz. 79c
Charmin White or Assorted 38
BATHROOM TISSUE.------4 roll pkg. 30C
Plain or Self Rising
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 5. bg .----------C.5bb
FREE 100 EXTRA
S&H GREEN STAMPS
With $15.00 or More Order
Through July 15, 1972
USDA Inspected Fresh Fryer
USDA Inspected Fresh Fryer
3 Pounds or More
"3" GROUND BEEF
USDA Inspected Grade "B"
WHOLE FRYERS ------ lb. 33c
CHOPPED SIRLOINS ---- b. $1.19
Sunnyland God Timers
WIENERS .- --- -- 3pkgs. $1.39
PORK SEAKS -------Ib. 69c
BEEF L'IVER -....-lb. 59c
FRESH GROUND ROUND
ALL MEAT STEW
SHOULDER ROUND STEAK
DENVER OVEN ROAST
BOTTOM ROUND STEAK
BLADE CUT CHUCK
No. 7 CHUCK STEAK or Round Bon
POT ROAST--- Ib"
Manhattan 'BROIL Thp ROUND
FULL CUT ROUND STEAK
SIRLOIN TIP 'ROAST ----- --lb.
STEAK or ROAST lb. 69c
Sliced Lumberjack Alabam
Cudahy Ba C-4nd C
Canned Ham $3.79 AN
10 Oz. Package
9 oz. 59c
9 oz. 39c
Minute Maid Fprok
LEMONADE --.6 pak 88c
l6 oz. 79c
12 Ounce Size
1^8 Oz. Cans Ballard
6 On arton 4
1 Pound Tub
Shop and Save At Your Friendly
and Convenient Piggly Wiggly
I De*-ilcOdis Goodness
Lettuce 2 3c
FreAh, Red ipe
TOMATOES --- lb. 29
Fresh Garden Green
Hunt's 14 Ounce Bottles
TOMATO KETCHUP ---- 4 btls. I$100
7 Ounce Size
I ;.- - ` '
THE STAR.. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972
Martin-Smith Vows Told
Traditional wedding v o w s
were spoken, in a candlelight
ceremony when Miss Barbara
Martin became the bride of Steve
Smith Saturday, J.pne 24 at 8:00
p.m. in the Long Avenue- Bap-
tist Church. The Rev. J. C. Odum
officiated at the double ring cer-
The bride is the daughter 'of
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Martin, 1301
Palm Boulevard. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Smith, St. Joe Beach.
1...... Nuptial music was provided, by
Mrs. Helen Britt, organist, and
Danny Odum, soloist.
The bride, given in marriage
by her- father, wore a formal,
gown .of imported silk organza
over taffeta. The empire bodice,
high neckline and long sleeves
featured bands of. embroidery.
The A-line skirt, featured the em-
iblrfidered bands. A detachable'*
full chapel 'train fell from a
large bow in her train. She car-
ried a nosegay of spring flowers.
The matron of honor was
Mrs. Andrea Griffin, sister of the
bride. Her other attendant was
Mrs. Carolyn Culpepper. They
wore identical floor length dres-
ses of mint green and pink print-
ed voile with empire bodice, high
neckline and long sleeves. They
carried nosegays of' pink sweet-
heart rose buds. Miss Karen Grif-
fin, niece of the bride, served as
flower girl. She wore an identi-
cal dress to those of the brides-
attendants and carried a white
basket of rose petals.
The best. ma .: was Tommy
Smith, brother ,of., the bride-
groom. Ushers were Kelly Jack-
son of Tallahassee, cousin of the
bridegroom;, Dan. and Richard
Smith, brothers of the groom and
Billy Griffip nseryed as junior
The brides 'mother wore a
pink knit with 'white accessories
and an orchid df -white.
The mother ovthe grpom wdre
a. white knit with .red accessories.
and a white o6fhid. -
Following the ceremony t re-
ception was'hei in the home of
the bride's (lar ts.
.-.The three:-tiered wedding cake
was decorated with a 'nosegay
identical to &te bride's. The
cake was served from a table
with a wlfite organdy cover
over taffeta Presiding at the
cake table w 1, iss Brenda
Punch w*s9ryed from a crys-
tal bowl oA.a identically decor-
ated table, which was further
enhanced by the matron of hon-
or's nosegay- Presiding at this
SUM ME R C L E ARAN
Our Entire Summer Stock On Sale!
1/3 to /2 off
and All Your Favorite
Y3 to 2 off
"Your Store of Quality and Fashion"
table was Mrs. Connie Magur-
The bride's book, kept by Mrs.
Gayle Faile, was placed on a ta-
ble containing a candle and
f 1 o w er arrangement in the
bride's chosen colors.
For traveling, the bride chose
a navy and white knit dress with
Miss Barbara Martin was en-
tertained with a miscellaneous
shower in the social hall of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church
June 2, given by Mrs. Helen
Britt, Mrs. Alice Ward. Mrs. Ruth
Moore Braxton, Mrs. Audra Mc-
Lawhon, Mrs. Betty Jackson and
Miss Alma Baggett.
The beautifully appointed ser-
ving table was centered with a
crystal punch b wl.. decorated
with pink hibiscus.
The bride-elect was presented
with an-electric toaster as a gift
from the hostesses.
Mrs. Sharon Evans poured
punch and Mrs. Denny Adams
kept the bride's book.
Miss Barbara Martin was hon-
ored with a bridesmaid's lunch-
eon at the home of Mrs. Joe Fer-
rell, June I17.
Decorations for the luncheon
featured a floral arrangement
for,the table 'overlaid in green
,linen. White and pink place
cards marked the place settings..
Those sharing the occasion
with Miss Martin were Mrs.. An-
drea Griffin, Mrs. Carolyn Cul-
pepper, Miss Jennifer Braxton,
Mrs. Syble Smifth, Mrs. Josephine
Smith and Mrs. A. P. Martin.
The home of Mrs. Syble Smith
was the setting for a dinner hon-
oring Miss Barbara Martin and'
Steve Smith following their wed-
ding rehearsal Friday night,
: 'Mrs. Pauline Brigman of Pan-
ama City waseo-hostess for the'
Large Selection of
LADIES' P URSE
LADIES SHO ES
3 to 2, off
TWO RACKS Reg. $5.00 to $7.50
Boys Pants $3.90
MEN'S Reduced 25
Knits Reduced 25% j
Men's and Boy's
13 off S
Men and Boys'
Mr- and Mrs. Hozell Leavins,
announce the engagement and. "
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Regina Dianne, to Sgt.
Danny Ray Fisher, son of Mr.
and. Mrs. Milton Fisher of Boni-
The, bride-elect is a 1969 grad-
uate- of Port St. Joe High School,
attended Gulf Coast Junior Col-
lege and is presently employed
in the business office of the Mu-
The bridegroom is a 1968 grad-
uate of Holmes County High
I wisfr to express my thanks and
deep appreciation to the class of
1961', Pbrt St. Joe High School for
the beautiful flowers that were
carried to the cemetery 'and pla-
ced at the grave of Jimmuy Daw-
MRS. RICHARD DAWSON,
MISS REGINA liBASIE LEA I S
School in- Bifiay,, andl is pres-
ently serving witi thie U&S. Air
The. wedding? wiH e anm event
of Friday, August 1I at 7:00
p.m. in the First; Baptiit Chrh
of Pbrt Sit. Jbme.
Na, invitations; are being sent.
AlT friends and relaties of the
couple are invited ito attiiL
Final for Wedcfding
lhns lihave' been finanlzed for the
approachiing marriage of Miss De-
wana Reginai Ghuilot and MaYnward
The wedding' will take place Fri-
day, July 14 at 8:00 p.m. in the
Highland' 'View Baptist Church.
All' fiend't and relatives of the '
couple, are invited to attend
ALL SUMMER SPORTSWEAR-
Famous Name Labels'
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Let's face it your money is important. You want it to be man-
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who know your aims and long term goals. We are a Bank that cares
- you are a name to us not a number. Our investment
counselors would be pleased to discuss your investment aims with
you. Call or drop in today we'll remember your name!
Florida First National Bank
at Port St. Joe
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972
Setfor July 21
)(r. and Mrs. Eimo Ford of Port
St Joe announce the final plans
for the marriage of their daugh-
ter Sharon 14arie to Jackie Ran-
dall Wood, son of Cleo Franklin
Wood of Jacksonville and Mrs.
Mary L. Kearns of Port St. Joe.,
The wedding will take place
riday, July 21 at 8:00 p.m. in the
T ng Avenue Baptist Church.
All friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend the
wedding and reception immediate.
1$ following the ceremony in the
hutrch social hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dees
Mark 50 Years
.M. and, Mrs. Carl Dees celebrate
d ,their 50th wedding anniversary*
June 18 with"a dinner hell in their
honor at the home of their daugh"
ter, Mrs. James R. Heath: 'i)
Their other three chfdren were
also present;.Mr. and Mrs. Cleaon
MBurgay of louston, Texas; Mr. and
M.Mrs. Edgar Dees of Panama City;
jtir. and Mrs. L. C. Dees of Bir-
Many friends apd relatives were
present to present their good wish-
es to the Dees.
: -AJUDITH ARLENE MOORE
Mr. an Mr el rt oore and Mrs. Oliver
announ cej the ie aggi-ent and Miss Moore
appr a4hing iar ag oftheir Port St. Joe Hi
daughter, Judith Arlene, to Tim-* Gulf Coast Co]
S She is employee
othy Gene Griffin, son of Mr. .i;.n,
Costins Observing 50th Anniversary
The children of Mr.. and Mrs.
Cecil G. Costin, Sr., 'will honor
their parents on their golden
wedding anniversary from 2:00
until 5:00 p.m. !Sunday, July 16,
in their home on Mbnument
Their children are Mrs. Bill
Carr, Cecil, Jr., Ashley and Jim-
my Costin, all of Port St. Joe;
Mrs.- Duane Williamson of Bir-
mingham, Alabama and Mrs. Mel
Magidson of Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Costin'were mar-
ried July 19, 1922.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend the open house.
The family requests no gifts
r ae lcfn PnrtewsPi
ZS Farmer Close-out Fnner Close-eat
Pifle PDie. PItle. ii-
G78-1 5 18.226-I51
r E. Griffin.
is a graduate of
gh School and of
d as a medical re-
The groom-elect is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School and
is attending Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College. He is employed by
a government contractor, Bun-
ker Ramo World Services, as aq
The wedding will take place
August 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe and a reception will follow
immediately in the social hall.
All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend.
J78.1(8.5-15) -- -- 47.75 38.00 3 M
L78-1519.15-16> -- 49.25 39.20 3. & F''^
All prices plus taxes and td ffO ye car.
Priced as shown at Firestone Stores. Competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.
Pate's Service Center
Jimmy's Phillips "66" Station
The Port St. Joe Jaycees have
received response to their char-
ges that the' Highland View
drawbridge needs replacing or
extensive repairs. They have
drawn support from several
This past week a "Bridge Com-
mittee" was formed in the Jay-
cee organization. The commit-
tee met with Representative
William J. Risk on Monday and
made plans for:further action to
be taken on (
ternoon with Department of
TransportationaIofficials in Tal-
lahassee to disauss the matter.
The Jaycees plan to -keep after
the project -Atil-,omething is
done and arejjolaking for any
help they can .
The bridge 5c9n i'ttee con-
sists of Ray K rJack, Bill Say-
lors, Jerry ,Covip and Robert
. Montgomery. Te. committee and
the Jaycees:,w ftlskieep the public
informed, as reject progres-
B I FTHS
Mr., and Mrs. Ronald B. Jenkins,
Sr., of Mexico BIaih' announce the
birth of a son, oinald Barry, Jr.,
on June 3. R, .
Mr. and Mri) ii"4urice Cox an-
nounce the arrival of a son, Mat-
thew Jason on e~ 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Strange
of Wewahitchka, are the parents
of a baby girlV.obbin Lynn on
June 14. .
Mr. and Mrs. cil G. Webb, 187
Avenue E, announce the birth of
a baby girl, Cecilia Shleere on
June 15. .'
Mr. and Mrs. X lald A. Ross an-
SWHITEWALLS and BLACKWALLS
at CLOSE-OUT PRICES!
All prices plus taxes and tire off your car.
m I -
at thousands of
stores and dealers
If a new Firestone brand passenger tire becomes unserviceable
in normal use for reasons other than road hazard damage, ANY-
Firestone'dealer or store in the United States or Canada will
replace it NO CHARGE providing claim is made by original
purchaser before the tire becomes more than 20% worn.
In all other cases in accordance with the terms of our printed
guarantee including ROAD HAZARD, purchaserwill be required
to pay ONLY for the tread design worn off, based on exchange
price of replacement tire at time of adjustment.
4 WAYS TO CHARGE
Itea. [i S~ f~
Mitch Rich Feted On Birthday With Skating Party
Thursday, June 29, Mitch Rich
was honored with a skating par-
ty given by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Rich. Cake and
drinks were served by Jeri Rich
along with other party favors to
the guests shown in the picture
above. Left to right, are, front
tow: Carlton Rich, Hal Keels,
Raymond Sewell, David Bray, Mi-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Shelly Jeanette on June 21.
Mr. and Mrs. David Eugene
Fears announce the birth of a son,
Jason Eric on June 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Lowery
of East Point are the parents of a
baby girl, Hope Annette, born
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dady of
Highland View announce the birth
of a girl, Schotsie Lee on June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Swank of
Highland Viedv are the parents of
a baby girl, Kim Marie, born June
Mr. and Mrs. George M. White
of Howard's Creek announce the
birth' of a daughter, Anna Maria
on June 28.
/ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edward
Lindsey, Sr., 302 12th Street, an-
nounce the birth of a baby boy,
Louis Edward, Jr., on June 29.
(All births occurred, at the Port
St Joe M i i l. H itl
chaef'Curtis And George Roberts. Larry Rich, Mitch
Back ow, Tony Rich, Kim Richb, ___chael Hinson.
Rich and Mi-
With $10.00 Order or More
SU GAR ---- 5 Ibs. 49c
Viva Large Rolls Golden Ripe
Paper Towels 3 rolls 99c BANANAS --------b. 13c
SNOWDRIFT 2 Pound Bag
SHORTENING ---- 42 oz. 79c Yellow Onions -- bag 29c
Pork Rump Roast
Neck Bones All Meat 9 7
Pig Feet .. 3 Ibs. 0 Stew Beef
Fresh Ground Boneless Rolled 9
HAMBURGER __ 3 lbs. $1.69 Chuck Roast lb.
Full Cut Semi-Boneless
Round STEAK ----- lb. $1.09 7-Bone STEAK ---- Ib. 79c
Shoulder Good Heavy Beef
Round ROAST -----. lb. 89c RIB STEAK ------lb. $1.19
Starting at 9:00 P.M.
Tommy Thomas Chevrolet
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Call Panama City 785-5222
Nights, call Port St. Joe 227-3477
-ik. je mun ic ia I mospiti .)
Pore Boy's Corner
IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY -= 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. -
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, July 13, 14 and 15
FOLGER'S With $10.00 Order or More
SUPREME Round Tub
ICE CREAM -- V1
Georgia Grade "A"
Medium EGGS-- 2
Tall Cans Jack
gal. 89c Mackerel
No. 2/2 cans Showboat $
doz. 89c Pork & Beans _- 4 cans
ST. JOE BEACH
lb. can 69c
C ANNED DRINKS--------10 cons $1.00
OUR POPULAR SMOOTH-RIDING
FIRESTONE 4 04D'sONT
at CLOSE-OUT PRIESIGNES!
at CLOSE-OUT PRICES! L.
LETTUCE --------head 25c
---- "'~T __I _1'II
Tires one .. .. .. .
AGE SIX THE STAR Port St. Jo.e Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, IW
early 3 Million Disabled receiving Benefits
Fifteen years ago this month, the ilies can get monthly checks, too", curity half the time between 21 pense."
first social security disability pay- he said. and the time he became disabled. In addition to monthly cash pay-
ments were madf to 96,500 dis- Before age 24, the worker needs ments, vocational rehabilitation is
fabled workers. Today, nearly 3 mil- To be eligible for social secur- credit for one and a half years of available to certain disabled work
-- i. disabled workers and merm- ity ds t pa y mnt, wh work in the three year period be- ers, Robinson said. Disabled work-
bers--- of r familiess get. monthly art in the. sevent month so s. fore his disability began." ers with a good potential for re
-... -.. .- .- *~' ~ cash payments, according to David ability, a worker must be so se-,g an ae r e
P- -...----*p. Robinson, Social Security Field verely disabled that it looks like "In most cases", Robinson sta- .agen s b social security.
-- -Representative foi Gulf County. he'll be unable to work for a year ted, the State agency can make -
'Ior more. But he should file for the determination on the basis of The social security office fo.
When social s.urity disability benefits as soon as he becomes medical evidence from the appli- this area is located at 1316 Harri-
benefits were. fist' paid in July disabled. Generally, he must have cant's own physician. If additional son Avenue ,Panama City. Toll free
1957, only disabled workers be- worked in employment covered by evidence is needed, more tests may phone service is available by dial-
tween 50 and, 65 were eligible for social security for at least five and be requested at Government ex-. ing "O" and asking for WX-4444.
a payments, Robinson said. "Today, a quarter years--and five years of .. .....
J disabled workers of any age under ethe work must have been during
_mo-n--g65 can receive disability payments. the 10 years 'before his disability M IRST UNITEDi I Ur llC sUIID U
__--_-_ And certain members of their fai- began. The work requirement is mnIs EI Il nVU / iUEEi
a-lower for workers disabled before Intersection Monument and Constitution
Sof Pensacola, Mrs'. Mary Dell Ram- age 31, Robinson said. REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
seva Oates Lanp of Tullahoma, ."Young people may be eligible Church School ------- 9:45 A.M.
_-_ Rev Mrt Pe L is Paof uahoe for benefits with as little as one Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
of LaPlace, La, Mf Pa Griold and a half years of covered work,
Bates of Orangeburg, S. C., Mrs. depending on when they become Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Mildred Tillman 'Musselwhite of disabled," Robinson said. "A work-
SO ri I c .O a 'roI n, Ga ,;d Ricky Arnold er between 24 and 31 needs credit "Where'Old Fashioned ienline ssStill Srvives"
Ferrell Allen, Jr., has that "don't 'stick me" tary Club during the coming year. Looking on
look, (second nm ,eft) as new Rotary President, are Tom Ford, left, filling in for secretary, Ted
.Wesley Thompson pins on his past president's Cannon and Sid Brown, the club's treasurer.
pin. Allen will serve avice-president of the Ro. S "tar photo
'Class of 62 Holds Reunion
' The Port St. Joe High School, 63 members attended one or both Tony Maige, -James and Wanda. TWO PIECE a 10
Class of 1962 met saturday, July 1 of the events. Seven teachers of Gibson, Elaine Woods Barnes,m A o VIM
for its ten year cliss ieuion. The I the class attended, including Di- Brenda Tomli son Grace, Barbara. o .lte How FurnishiSs T .
'.class met at Mexico Beach in the. vid Nicholson of Marianna, Mrs. Bell E rtenell, Judy Bateman Bar-.F T U.wm f /
morning for a family picnic with Jacque Price, ,Miss Miriam Dis- bee, George Duren, Larry Dais F. andI C I I l IRmo hUN R C
75 attending. Saturday might, the muke, Miss Netta Niblack, Mrs. Wayne Stevens, Johnny Ray, Mer '
class met at Bhtler's Restaurant Margaret Big', Marion Craig and edes Sheppard, Bissonette, George
for dinner with 45 'attending. James tGunteir all of Port St.'Joe. Kilbourn, and George Boyer, all
Thirty of the original class of Class ,members attending were: of Port St. Joe. This 2-piece suite is built for
Mrs. Kay Creech Fillingim of' living without worrying. The
Dothan, Ala., Richard Thompson kids can't harm, it's covered
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of Gaiesville, RobbieCostin nd with easy to clean, durable
vinyl. Note the molded back
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue C. J. Giddiens of Marietta, Ga., thick chair and sofa.
DeWTT T. MATHEWS, Pastor Chesley Fensom, Mrs. Sara Cum- This suite is ideal for living
bie Love of Panama City, Mrs. rooms or dens Hurry to Dan
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. ,Nancy Tynes Hicks of Lake Wales, ley's now while you can have
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00 A.M. Frank Ruckman of Gallatin, Tenn., a widerange of colors to se-
TRAINING UNION 6:30 P.M. Mrs. Jan Anderson Doten of Pinck- le t from at this low, low
...AI..6 ION LN i "' : sale price.JI
EVENING WORSHIP M SERVICE :30 PM ney, Mich. sale price.
PRAYER MEETING W dnesd S 1.30 PKI I Dan Se Qi o
Srsurianne Hannon Sith ... of
"Come and Worship GodWi.Us" rWinter Haven, Mrs. Sandra BrownI
_______________________oUnderwood'andBuddy Underwood $169.
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Bold massive lines. Antiqued brass hardware. Pro-
tectiv.e tops of mar, stain gnd scratch resistant plas-
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STANT-OFF BURNERS WI1H A BURNER-WITH-A-BRAIN nd.. -' a 'B1
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ITEMS OFFERED FOR SALE ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHER ]
RETAIL OR WHOLESALE DEALERS. I
51Q FIFTH STREET PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972
Specials for July
10 through 15
Open All Day
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RICH and SONS' IGA PORT S
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T. JOE, FLORIDA
AT IGA" GA
1 LB. CAN 6
IGA QUART Limit 1 With $10.00 Order
*** "**" ^^ '* ** "
PORK STEAK-------b. 79c
Tablerite Center Cut
PORK CHOPS-----lb. $1.09
CHUCK STEAK------ b. 79c
SLICED BACON ------b. 79c
Copeland All Meat
FRAN KS ------12oz. 49i
TALL CANS IGA
Copeland All Meat
B 0 LOG NA -----b.59c
GROUND CFUCK ---- b. 98c
c Ground 189
c BEfF 3 lbs.
CO RN N$
Trellis-303 Cans 00
Open All Day Every Wednesday
Small Mkt. Basket Large Mkt. Basket
C ORN ------------5 ears 49c
PL UMS --------I-----b. 39c
Fresh, Tender, Home Grown
OKRA ... SQU
If You Have A Freezer and Want to Put
Vegetables In It for A Rainy Day
Come to Rich'i
for Fresh Butterbeans, Peas,
Okra and Squash
CHECK OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY!
Home Grown Georgia
Tender Frying OKRA
PEAS with SNAPS
BUTTER BEANS b-
We Take Great Pride In Our Produce Dept.
The Quality and Variety Is Always Garden Fresh.
FRESH FOR BOILING
GREEN PEANUTS------- lb. 29c
BELL PEPPERS --------- bag 39c
FIELD PEAS --------4 lbs. $1.00
3 for $1.00
Tablets (Reg. $1.09 Val.)
EXCEDRIN P.M. -- pkg. of 50
Deodorant (Reg. $1.19 Val.)
BAN ROLL-ON ---1.5 oz. 99c
Reg., Unscented (Reg. $1.35 Val.)
ULTRA BAN 5000 5 oz. can $1.00
ROBIN HOOD Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
5 POUND BAG
BIG ROLLS GALA
12 Oz. Cans IGA ORANGE
Showboat No. 2% Cans
PORK and BEANS -----4 cans
IGA Sliced or Crushed No. 2 Cans
IGA 2% lb. Jar
PEANUT BUTTER ---jar
IGA Fancy 14 Oz. Bottles
TOMATO CATSUP 5
MACARONI DINNER -- 14 oz. 49c
IGA Whole Kernel or Cream Style
5 Cans 1.0
L YS 0 L------------7 oz. 89c
TOASTETTES --------- 10 oz. 39c
Standard 303 Cans
lb. bag 47c
DOG FOOD -----------can 10c
IGA FANCY No. 303 Cana
6 Cans $1.00
46 Oz. Cans Del Monte-Orange, Grape Juice or
FRUIT PUNCH ------- 3 cans $1.00
FABRIC SOFTENER -------btl. 59c
Ga. Grade 'A'-With $15.00 Order or More
I doz. EGGS.. FREE
Ga. Grade 'A' MEDIUM
IGA HALF GAL.
Ice Milk 3
Tablerite Reg. Cans
ton.. -.8.Oz. Pkgs. "* .
T PIES ----------- 5 for $1.00
H STICKS------- 1 Ib. pkg. 59c
Completely Home Owned and Operated by
6 cans 53c
COTTAGE CHEESE -- 2 lb. pkg. 69c "
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972
Accidents One of Top Four Killers
Of Floridians; Motor Deaths Tops
A -; A -4 ---4- _
Sform D.mage $20,000 Worth In
"I Storm damage over the past two. weeks has caused, considerable tween the highway and St. Joseph's Bay.
0' repair expense for the Dep rtment of TWansportation-especially' The photo above shows one spot where the :p
along coastal' U. S. 98, which was completely) washed out-in several slope was completely destroyed. Other spots'had'
'places in Franklin C6unty. In Gulf Countyi heavy damage to the age to the eonerete slabs which 1me the Bay shi
highwa.was limited, to the'Highland View are, where an estimated refilled with dirt and the concrete surface repair
.$20,000 damage was reported on the sheet piling and slope be-
ELSIE E. PARKER
al Ad eetrix of the Last
.-", .S .. :x' Will.and Testament of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Deceased.,;
COURT IN AND. FOR' GULF WILLIAM J'RISH.
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 303,Fo-iuth Street
IN PROBATE. Port St. Joe, Florida 6-29
In, Re: Estate Of' Attorney for'Ekeecutrix 4t
MAURICE L. PARKER, --------- 1-71'r
TC Te CR ITO NOTICE OF APPLICATION
SOICETO CREDITORS FOR TAX DEED'
'TO, ALL CREDITORS AND ALL F "R T D ".
PERSONS HAVING CIAIMS'OR (Senate Bill No. 163)
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- Notice is hereby given,.that Da.
TATE: mon Peters, holder of Tax Certifi-
You, and each of you, are here- cate No. 18, issued the 8th day of
'by notified and required to present June A. D., 1970, has filed same
any claims and demands' which in my office and has made applica-
you, 'or' either of you, may have tion for a tax deed to be. issued
against the estate of MAURICE L. thereon. Said certificate embraces
PARKER, deceased, late of Gulf the following described property
County, Florida, to the Honorable in the County of Gulf, State of
S. P. Husband,' County Judge of Florida; to-wit:
Gulf County, and file the same inI Lot 2, Block "D", Money Bayou
4 his office in the County Courthouse Subdivision.
in, Gulf County,. Florida, within The assessment of the said pro-
six (6) calendar months from the perty Under the said certificate is-
date of the first publication here-'sued was in the name of Robert
of. Said, claims or demands to con- Joseph.
tain the legal addresss 'of the clai- Unless said certificate shall be
mant and to be sworn to and.,pre- redeemed according to law, the
i sented as aforesaid,, or same will property described: therein will be
be barred. sold to' the Eighest bidder at the
See Section 733.16 Florida Sta- court house dodr 'on the first:
tutes. Monday in the month of August,
Dated this 28th day of June, 1972, which is the 7th day of Au-
gust, 1972 at 11:00 AL, EST.
Dated this 29th day of June,
GEORGE Y. CORE 4t
Clerk of Circuit Court 7-6
Gulf County, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCI 'OF THEI STATE
OFP LOITDA, IN AND FOR
IN RE: The Petition of
NORMAN STALIN STEVENS
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Charles William Geames, Sr.
Millertown Pike Amoco
Loves Creek Road
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption of
Charles William Geames, Jr., has
been filed against you and yoi
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses if any, to it
on ROBERT M. MOORE, 321 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and
file the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court on or be-
fore July 28, 1972, otherwise, a
Judgment may be entered against
youtfor. the 'relief demanded' in the.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on this the 23rd day
of June, 1972.
lil id concrete"
1u* n inning dam-
ore nd 'had to be
Accidents, reports tme Floriaa.
Department of Health and Reha-
bilitative Services, cause more
deaths in Florida than any other
killer except heart disease, cancer
The latest statistical report op
accidental deaths issued by the
Department's Division of Health
points out that accidents, a major
cause of death for people of all
ages, are the leading causes of
death for people, in' Florida be-
tween ages 1 and 34. This is partly
due to the fact that other causes
of death are.not as great- in. this.
age group as in other age .groups.
Under the age of one, accidents
are the fourth leading cause. And,,
over 34, chronic and debilitating
diseases. are the leading causes 'of
In the 15 to 24 age group, acci-
dents are the major cause of
:death. Over 57 percent of all
deaths in this group are due to ac-
"The reason for this", said Oli-
ver H. Boorde, Administrator of
Public Health, statistics,. "is, ,that
this group contains your beginning
and inexipeiienced, and more dar-
ing drivers. It also has a high rate
of deaths due to drowning, because
members of it are more "apt to
Brinsons Return from Vacation S0)ent
Travelling Almost 'Everywhere
. Mr and Mrs. R. H. Brinson re- many of the old historical sites in
turned home from a ten-day va- the. .urroundiing areas. They also.
cation recently. They attended the visited with Mrs. Brins9n's sister,
Hester family reunion before leav- Mrs. Joe Newton, in Richmond,
ing on their vacation.. Mr. Brinson's virginia.
mother, Mrs. Hugh T. Brinson, ac-
companied them to Bainbridge,
Georgia, where shle visited with i
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Brinson accompan-
ied their daughter and her hus-
band, Mr. 'and ,MPs. Robert Bed-
well of Montgomery, Alabama, to
BOston, Mass., where Mrs. Bedwell
attended a five-day convention as
a representative for the Alabama
Health tJnderwritprs Association,
as the new incoming president for
While in Boston, they visited -
take a chance and exceed the lim- explosives.
its. of their ability when swim- Less deaths are caused in Flor-
ming." ida by natural and environmental
"Florida's high rate of motor ve- factors than in other states. The
hide deaths", he added, "is in- Florida death rate for these factors
fluenced by the large number of was lower for the period studied
tourists on the state's highways". than the national rate ($0.5 per
Nearly half of Florida's yearly 100,000 people to 0.7).
accidental deaths are brought One reason for the lower rate
about by motor vehicle mishaps, is the mild climate. Lightning,
the leading cause of this type of however, the leading cause of
death in the sunshine state, death in this category, caused
Drowning is the third greatest about three times as many deaths
cause of accidental deaths in the in Florida' as it did nationally.
state. Deaths from drownings in -----
Florida are more than twice the
U.S. rate. This rate* is bolstered 'I L |
by tourists drowned while partici- 93 in Gulf NYC
pating in Florida's year-round wa-
ter sports: W ork Program
Other findings in the report
were that males had more than Th
twice as many accidental deaths The summer N e i g h borhood
due to all causes as females' dur- Youth Corps of the Department of
ing the period, studied. The' ratio 'Labor has engaged many young
was 2.3 to 1. Non-whites of both people in jobs throughout the
sexes have higher accidental death county at schools and other public
rates than whites (about 1.4 to 1). agencies.
-Deaths due to fire are decreasing
both in Florida and throughout the
Possibly because Florida's older'
population is increasing rapidly,
the state's death rate from falls is
expected. to exceed the national
rate within the next year' or two.
It .has risen"about 17 percent since
1960 while the national rate has
dropped in that period.
Fatal poisonings in Florida are
occurring at about the same rate
*as they are nationally (2.3 per
Presently there are 80 students
working to prepare the! county
schools for the fall opening. As
well as earning monies for per-
sonal needs the youth are gaining
experiences as office and teacher
assistants, apprentices in land-
scaping, plant engineering and
many- other -useful occupations.
Also 13-youths' are receiving train-
'ing as tower watchers, radio op-
erators. 'and equipment operators
with the Forestry Division and
game management with the Fresh
Water Fish ,and Game Division.
100,000 people to 2.1). coordinator dire g the
The coordinator directing the
The seventh cause of accidental ;NYC program is Charles A. Os-
deaths in Florida is firearms and borne, Port St. Joe High School.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Circuit Court' Clerk
GEORGE BRYAN, representing Builders 'Homes, Inc., Alabama's Number
1 Home Builder is
NOW In Port St. Joe
to help you own your own home
AMAZINGLY LITTLE MONEY DOWN and
SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Port St. Joe Lions Club officers for the com-
ing year have taken office and are now leading
the club activities. Shown from left to right are:
Higdon Swatts, Director; Fred Witten, Second
Vice-President;. C. W. Roberts, Director; Phil Bar-
ton, President; Jim Bennett, First Vice-President;
Grover Hollpad, Past President and Director; Roy
Burch, Director; Fead Etheridge, Tafl Twister;
Bobby Jackson, Secretary-Treasurer and Bob Phil-',
lips, Lion Tamer. -Star photo
General Mangaer of
Sales and Marketing
Modern, Big Home
The home pictured has all
the plus features "that. are
standard in all QUALITY
homes .built by. Builders
3 or 4 Bedrooms
1 and 1% baths
Carport or ara
Select the design and the floor plan that suits y ur family best. We build to our standard plans
and specifications. We finish your 'home completely-inside and out. All.Builders Homes are
inspected and approved by FHA o0 VA. .
NEW HOMES AVAILABLE NOW IN THE
PORT ST JOE AREA
NICE WOODED LOTS AVAILABLE
Financing Available through your local Farmers Home Administration,
Regular FHA, VA, Conventional and FHA 235 Financing.
Let us give you full Information on this low interest loan and our expertly built homes
Equal Housing Opportunity
P. O. Box 921
Write or Call George Bryan
Port St. Joe, Florida
BUILDERS HOMES, INC.
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New Officers Lead Lions
Well Be Closed
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
July 17, 18 and 19
To Attend The Furniture
and Give Our Employees A Deserved Holiday
Open Again Thursday, July 20
Roche Furniture Store
209 Reid Avenue
PAGtE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972
NOTICE OF SUIT
L *&ITO; RANDALL WILKES
I Address Unknown'
L YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption i
Michael Anthony Wilkes has bee
IN- THE CIRCUIT COURT, filed against you and you are r
FOUR1 ENTH JUDICIAL quired to serve a copy of yoi
CIRCUIT OF THE STATEi written defenses if any, to it o
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ROBERT M. MOORE, 321 Rei
GULF COUNTY. Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, an
IN RE: Petition of file the original with the Clerk
CLYDE J. SANORD and wfie, the above styled Court on or b
ALMA SANFORD fore the 18th day of August, 197
"70 OLDSMOBtLE -
Cutlass Supreme -2-door hardop). Au-
tomatic. transmission, radio, heater,
.: power steering, factory air condition-
ing. Yellow with matching interior.
'69. BUICK Sport Wagon
Loaded, V8, automatic transmission,
factory air, double power, radio, low
mileage, creampuff $2877
'72 BUICK Skylark
Radio, heater, automatic transmission,
power steering, factory air, silver
blue with vinyl top and matching in.
terror, whitewall tires, like new ---
'69 GRAN PRIX
Radio, heater, automatic transmission,
power steering, power brakes, factory
air, green with dark green vinyl top
and matching interior, whitewall
tires, reeal cle' "2: $.
H.EVROT ln .^a
A4-ur syrdtop, air cnditioned, auto-
Iatir frginidssie,, power steerinp, 9
pewer broke, radio, heater, tint glass
2-door hardtop Cystom-coupe. Blue
with blue' vinyl ftop. V., automatic
transmission, power steering saod
brakes, factory air, mag wheels and $
polygias tires. Creampuff! -_
'70 MONTE CARLO
Air conditioned, power steering, pow'
er brakes, tint glass, 350 VB, automa'
tic transmission, like new ----
Radio, heater, automatic transmission,
power steering,, power brakes, tilt
steering wheel, factory air, blue with
blue vinyl top, and matching interior
whitewall tire, tharp $ 2 "
'70 PORD Country Squire
9 passenger, radio, heater, automatic
transmission, power steering, factory
air, power brakes, luggage rack,
whitewall tires, yellow with matching
interior, real sharp 9 23.2 9
.68 CHEVELLE ,
2-door hardtop, radio, heater, 4-speed, '
'71 MALIBU .
2-door hardftop, radio, heater, automa., $ 2 9 `
tic transmission, power -teering fa .
tory air, whitewall title, Iike new __- ,|"-
Custom Coupe, red with bltk vi nyl
top, V8, autbmatit transmissibh,
power steering, power brakes, fa3fby9
air, like, new- .__9 9 -
OVER 100 CLEAN CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!
Phone 0 Tom Hutchins 0 Ralph Swatts, Jr.
785-5222 Bob Hudson 0 Arthur Ferguson
S* Harold Hammock Rufus Warren
763-7542 Joe Parrott, Mgr. A. C. Brown
704 W. 15th STREET
otherwise, a Judgment may be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court on this the 12th day
of July, 1972.
GEORGE Y. CORE 7-13
Circuit Court Clerk 4t
Recreation Program Goes
Into Last Week of Schedule
1d Persons wishing to file as can Monday begins the last week Friday. The final rounds will be- evening lessons to adults.
of didate for one of three City Coun- of the City-County summer rec- gin at 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and School-age students who enter
We cil seats for the City of Ward reaction program, according to 3:'00 p.m. Friday. The public is the tournament must play three
2, Ridge, Florida, must do so on or Allen Scott, the coordinator, invited to see the tournament. qualifying rounds July 11 thru
- before noon, July 25, 1972. Forms Parents are. urged to encour- qualifying rounds July 11 thru
for filing are available in the Cityage their school-e children to The golf tournament will be-
Hall, Ward Ridge, Florida. age teir shooiage children to Rill ar
JEAN ATCHISON take advantage of the programs gin next Wednesday. Bill Bar-
City Clerk 2t-7-13 provided by the two local gov- low, instructor, reminds all
ernmental proggs. Attendance players they are eligible to enter
NOTICE at the recreational sites fell off whether they have registered for
Primary for the ity of Ward sharply last,.weel, Scott said. golf lessons or have not register- N w
Ridge to be held September 12, The tennis tournament is in ed this year. Barlow is offering
1972, may be applied for in per- progress: at the~ Eighth Street
son or by mail at the City Hall, court and will cqtinue through
Ward Ridge, Florida, at any time
during 45 days proceeding said "" J
primary -but not later than 5:00 t
p.m., September 11, 1972.Kenn
If a Second Primary is neces- P /e 1
sary, Absentee Ballots may be ap- (Continued From Page 1)
plied for from Septembere 13, g
1972, until 5:00 p.m., October 2, With the state organization, he A
1972. has vigorously opposed consoli- ervig A full V
Absentee Ballots for the General nation of con~ti~and helped to
Election to be ,held November 7,
1972, may be applied for at any block an effor to -reduce the 67 d dOperated
time during 45 days proceeding existing coun'ie -to 20. Owned and pe
said General Election but not la-
ter than 5:00 p.m., November 6, Kennedy said.that, "In the
1972. past 12 years your County
Completed Absentee Ballots Commissi6ner has been my HOWARD
'must be- returned to City Hall by
5:00 p.m., .EDT., September 12, policy to reptes t all people in.
1972, for the First Primary; by Gulf County aq4dot any particu-
5:00 p.m.'EDT., October: 3, 1972,' lar section. I fa' r your personal
for the Second Primry ifone is advice an nyadvce you
necessary; and by ,5:00 p.m. EST., .... giv .
November 7, 1972 for the Geheral ught give careful con-
Election. sideration. 'I promise you the
JEAN ATCHSION 4t same dedicated'ervice if you
City Clerk / 7-13 return me to:- office."
NOTICE OF REGULAR Cf
MUNICIPAL ELECTION + |' -
Notice is hereby given-that the M, vot I.
First Primary for the nomination' FOR. SALE: One 7.75-15 tire. Good 10 ACRES, Colorado $1,995! Beau-,
of one candidate from each pohiti-y condition. Window fan, exhaust' tiful high country mountainous'
ticanl party for heach of three City rntin and intake, thermostat control. One I area. $25 down. $25 monthly. Deal
Council seats for the City of Ward Christian fa They attend 4-cycle power 'mower. Call 648- direct with owner. Steed, 911 W.
Ridge, Florida, will be held at the the First Pentecostal Holiness 6945. 2tp-7-6 10th, Amarillo, Tex. 806-373-0115.
City Hall on Tuedsay, September-.I 7tp-7-13
12, 1972. The polls will open at Church where, r. Money is on FOR SALE: Beautiful cleared
7:00 o'clock a.m. and will close at the Board of' Deacons and has homesite located on West Arm FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
7:00 o'clock p.m. I worked in all,-Iapacities of the of Dead Lakes. 2% miles from attractively furnished apart-
When there are more than two church. town. 1 acres with 155 feet of
candidates for a party's ny one office andomina-e The candidate was a school lake front. Has public road to pro ments. Cool in summer, warm in
tion for any one office and none The candidate was a school peprty line. Call Rex Addison, 639- winter. Gas heat, window fans.
shall receive a majority of the to- board member) for four years. 2458, Wewahitchka. 2tc-7-9 They must be seen to be appreciat-
tal votes cast for such office, then He was unable' to run for re- FOR SALE 1965 Chevrolet. Light ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince
ka Second Primary shall be held, FOR SALE:1965 Chevrolet. Light
three weeks from the date of the election when -he moved out of blue. Boat, motor and trailer, at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER
First Primary, or October 3, 1972, his district. Mr; Money said he Can be seen at Addie Gibson home PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413
at which time the two candidates I was proud of the things he help- Beacon Hill. 2tp-7-6 or 648-3101. tfe-10-28
for nomination receiving the larg- ed accomplish': while qn the FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on 2LOSElWEIGHT wthsNe S
est number -of votes in the First h" 1 OSE WEIGHT with New Shape
Primary shal l- v-otedoin again. sch ool board.l lots .at White City. Joe Evans Tablets. 10 day supply only
Those candidates: for nomination Money said, "I feel that my 229-2414. tfc-7-6 $f.49. CAMPBELL'S DRUGS.
receiving a majority of the total experience on the school board REAL ESTATE 4t-7-131
votes cast at the First Primary or will enable me to do a good job Two bedroom house on 90x100 --
the lgest number of votes cast at ft lot at corner 8th and Woodward MISSING: 8 ft. fiberglass boat.
the Sriond Primary shall be nom- as a County Commissioner. I to sell for only $6882.00. green outside, grey inside. For.
ifited, by their respective political want to see our county grow for Three bedroom house on two information call Bill Cart .229-
pgrtieo as candidates f0r the office the betterment of all the people.' lots on McClellan to sell for only 6474. tc-6-29
City Councilman and ,shal tibe I will strive to do my best for $12,000.00.m -" eH 10$PEED BIKES IN'STOCK.fro
S eld-.November 1972, at, the entire cunlocated in Oak Grove, $9.000.00 $69.95. Men's, women racing;style,
te y Hall. -' F, financing viable ,,.l *. touring style. Credit sterns iavafl-,
JEAN ATCISON 4t HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY able. WESTERN AUTO, Port St.
City Clerk 7-13 PANAMA CITY CHOIR TO Registered Real Estate Broker Joe. tfc-6-151
---- O PRESENT MUSIC PROGRAM 221 Reid Ave. 227-3491 ONAL HELP with e
IN ITHE CIRCUIT COURT, .PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL, The "Moments of Truth" com- FOR SALE. Lovely home on wat- tional problems and/or concerns
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE munity choir of Panama City will erfront property. 3 bedrooms, 2 Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR present a musical program at New den, plentof stSt. Joe, Florida 229-3621 or Rev
screened in back porch, central
IN RE: The Petition f Bethel AME Church Sunday night, heat and air conditioning. Carpet- Sidney Ellis, 229-6599.
NORMAN STALIN STEVENS July 16 at 8:00 p.m. The 48 voice ing throughout home. Call 227-
NOTICE OF SUIT choir is directed by Calvin Me- 4491 for an appointment, tfc-6-22 COMPLETE PAINTING and paper
TO: Charles William Geames, Sr. Dougald. FOR SALE: 1968 two bedroom mo- try repair. BILL EMIL carne
Miller Pike Amoco The public is4invited to attend. bile home completely furnished 648-3324. 4tp-6-15
Koxville, Tennessee with A/C, carpet, auto. washer.
Tennessee Phone 2294660 after 4:00 pi.m. n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED fore July 28; 1972, otherwise, a- tfa--18 need
that a Petition for Adoption of Judgment may be entered against
Charles William Geames, Jr., has you for the relief demanded in the FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 2 HOUSE PAINTING
been filed against you and you Petition. bath, block, Also 2 bedroom,, or
are required to serve a copy ofI WITNESS my hand and the seal block, at White City. 229-6786. 6-8 MINOR REPAIR
your written defenses if any, to it of said qourt b*t this the 23rd day MIR SALI
on ROBERT M. MOORE, 321 Reid of June, 1972. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home fur-
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and GEORG E Y,. CORE nished. $3,000 and take up pay- Call 229-6423
file the original with the Clerk of Circuit Court Clerk ments. 202 Cherokee St., Oak
the above styled Court on or be-, (SEAL) 4t-6-29 Grove, Lot 40'x150'. Phone 227-7906 BURN PAINTING 6-15
tfc Port St. Joe 6-15
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home at _____
I Oak Grove. Call 229-4266 for in- FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
lrUlmationUnUU U appo menUUU .b. t--.J
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
carport and utility room. In We-
wahitchka. $9,600. Phone -Wewa-
hitchka 639-2770. 4tp-7-13
FOR SALE: 18% foot Seabreeez fi-
berglass boat with trailer, elec-
tric winch and 75 horse Chrysler
motor. Also 15% foot Lone Star fi-
berglass boat with trailer and 40
horse Johnson ,motor. Call 227-
7816 after 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house trail-
er *4th large screen porch. ,At
BeacohinHill, Phone, 229-6688.
FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartments. Port St, Joe
and Beach area. For more infor-
mation phone 648-4800. tfc-5-4
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Phone 229-6538. tfe-6-29
FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot
tages. Reasonable monthly rate.
Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496. tfc
FOR SALE: 1965 Ford Country Se-
dan station wagon with Squire
interior, radio, heater, factory AC,
luggage rack. Excellent condition.
$795.00. Call 227-4991. tfc-7-13
FOR LEASE: Gulf Service Station.
For details call 229-6711 or 229-
6592. Highland View. 4tc-6-29
Emory Stephens. Free estimat
Guarantee on labor and materials
Low down payment. Phone 227.
Hwy. 98 Phone 648-5116
Complete Beauty Service
PAINT Dealer In Port St. Joe
306 Reid Ave.
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
In North Port.St. Joe, the Pan-
thers finally beat the Rattlers in
softball last week, 11-9. Sam
Barnes and James Bouie each
collected four hits in the game
-with Barnes getting two triples,
) a single and a double. Instructor
Charles Monette said tourna-
ments will be held next week in
horseshoes, softball and basket-
ine of Fine Food
by Lauson Whitfield
REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
Bese Tablets and E-Vap "water
pills." CAMPBELL'S Drug. 12p-7-13
The Best Costs Less
The Paint-Made with
Oil base, Vinyl and Latex
Orel and Bristle Brushes
See or Call
Phone 227-7751 -
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN
Friday, July 14
Saturday, July 15
"T1000 CONVICTS AND A
Real Popular Show
; Next Week End -
Friday-'Who Stew Antie Roo?'
Specializing in Puppy Trim
Other Small Dogs Washed
For Appointment call
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped ot Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-894
I m W servicing wig. and
hair pieces in my home. If
yoi have human hair or syn-
thetic which you would like
to have serviced ickly at
low prices ...
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853 I
9-24 JANICE STOKES tfe
R.A.M.-Regular convocatioan oa aSt.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, AVM.,
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 p.m. Ameriean Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular coin-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.
HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty.
NO.1 EXHAUST SYSTEM
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MUFFLERS PIPES ACCI.SORIES
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
201 Long Avenue Phone 227-2141
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