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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet for
I.. 11 % A ,.., I I I.
S T9day marks tH1 begipn ng f a three a ay sale ev ent
'herelip Port St. Joe, blhi g'-sponsred by the Merchant's, Di-
^:visio. The next three days will, be ldwn as 'Fourth 4a .Ty
,-Sidewalk Sale Days" in Port St. -6e .h the local merth^, /
'dec~aring their independence of i h .prices". Th .e
event is planned to be the.lrgestco peraiveevent atteapted
by local merchants.
-" l-" Thirty-seven merchants lave :bndd' themselves. t
gether to support this annual event, introduced to the We
f' Flofla area by Port St.: Joe merchants. All will be offering
c registration for over' $600.00 worth of free prizes totbe given
away Saturday afternoon and will be encouraging you to shop
in Port St. Joe with lower prices sand better service.
'Each participating merchant is giving away '~ee prizes
i which f.wfl'be- awardld at thd big drawing Satiurday afternoon.
In addition, everyoii registering at ^ stores' will be eligible I
for a grand prize being,.given- away y the merchants. The big
prize includes a big sturdy redwoo* patio.set. of two benches
and a table, a huge seven-foot umbrella, two outdoor chairs,
"' 'li -deluxe covered barbecue grill and 10 pounds. bof eef'
'stak all valied'at $325.00. and going to soieor e o yho shops
in Port St. Joe this week end. .,
The drawings will begin, at, 5:90 p.m. Saturday.
In addition to the big give-away, there will be a food
booth next to the Top.Dollar store Saturday, operated by the.
Port St. Joe Quarterback Club, to raise funds foi- their bleacher
project; The' Quarterback Club is going to start barbecuing
"a whole hog Friday. night over. an open fire and will serve
-barbecue. Saturday, along with hot. dogs and' hamburgers;
For, those seeking entertainment while they shop;
live music will be provided. downtown Saturday.
Check the big 160page tabloid Sidewalk Sale feature
enclosed' in this week's sitie of The Star for some of the,
'many items being offered At savings in Port St. Joe this week
,n I .
Farari Home -Administration offiolels and St. T. C.-Scroggins, Bolhifay, FHA; Charles Snell, Chipley, A. P. Jackson, club director and Jim Root, architect
Joseph Bay Country Club officials sign final papers, FHA; William W. Weathers, Gainesville, FHA; Bob for the golf course portion of the project. Seated is
closing a' loan application made by the Country Club. Freeman, president of the St. Joseph Bay Country Club; Cecil G. Costin, Jr., club attorney.
From left ot right are: Chester Spmith, Chipley, FHA; Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., country club secretary-treasurer; -Star photo
FINAL PAPERS SIGNED THURSDAY AIARNOON
U: : -" .. J -' .
..::iFH4,,^^,gciabs Grant $265
MP-W =, .w
Harland Pridgeon, Golf County Tax Collector, shows off some
of the new all-refleetorized Florida automobile tags which go on
sale in ls- office at the Courthouse, today. -Star photo
New Automobile Tags Go On Sale
Today In Office of Tax Collector
Representatives of the Farm-
S: '"ers' Tome 'AdmiAistration aid
SFBiC ".C rges j the St. Joseph Bay Country Club/
rg b :" .huddled all afternoon Thursday
of' last week and put names on
Wom in I Case tie final papers, closing a $265,.
000~0 loan to the d.6ntry club
S for construction of a recreation
'Mrs. Eleanor Lemieux Blan, complex about two miles south
has i'been charged by the. BI q 'Port St. Joe,
withthe embezzlement of more "The first application was made
than $21,50 from tle, FlO6rida a financing
First National Bank opf Port St. fae a federal loan for financing
Joe.. of the venture on February 9,
e." 1969, apq after nearly two and
W. M. Alexander, special agent ,
in charge of the Jacksonville of-
fice, said .the alleged theft oc-
curred over a period r'.six years.
Mrs. Blan was a teller in the
bank and is charged with taking,
the money through manipula- '
tion of money orders and con-.
cealed the missing money in an
account in the bank,, according
She has 'been released on a
,$3,000 bond and is expected to
be tried in federal court later
Gulf Sportsmen Will
Meet Saturday Evening
The Gulf County Sportsman's
"Club 'monthly meeting will be
held Saturday, July 3 at 7:30
P.M., EDT, at the State Park
across the Dead Lakes Dam in
Supper will be served and all
members and prospective mem-
bers are urged to attend.
a half years of delay, applica-
tioni of rules, regulations and
stipulations, the FHA #nally
granted the loan Thursday. The
final closing came just six days
before nb Federal money would
have been available for. the pro-
ject under any circnmstnices. As
it was, the club operated under
a year of grace, since FHA golf
course loans were' discontinued
a year ago.
Even to the end, FPA didn't
seem too eager to make the loan
since they say they- have had
terrible experience with repay-
ment of such loans.
Several stipulations still stand
in the way 'before construction
can actually get underway on
the 18 hole golf course, swim-
ming pool, tennis courts, play
ground and club house. First the
property must be surveyed. This
is expected to be done next
week.. Then the county must
make visible progress in con-
stuto ra.acs ooat
struction of an. access road ana
draining the country club site.
All of thl .is expdcked to be
done or underway within the
next two or three weeks
then work on the course
commence after a
Last Rites Held for Mrs. Maddox
Funeral services were held of the Oak Grove Assembly of
Saturday for Mrs. Sallie C. Mad- God church, with interment in
dox, age 69, from Comforter Fun- the family plot of Holly Hill
eral Home Chapel. Mrs. Maddox Cemetery.
had passed away Friday. at 1:00
a.m. in the Municipal Hospital
where she had been a patient for
several weeks. She had lived at
103 Hunter Street in Oak Grove
for many years.
Services were conducted by
Rev. Clayton Wilkinson, pastor
Mrs. Maddox is survived by
her husband, J. L. 'Maddox of
Oak Grove; a son, Sam Bkadley
of Panama City and eight grand-
Comforter Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
New Florida automobile tags
go oni sale today, and, Gulf Coun-
ty Tax Collector,,Harland Prid-
'geon predicts over 550 "will be
-sold in the county this year;
Tags are .the same price as
last year, except for an extra 20c.'.
added to pay for the. reflectoriz-.-,
,ing agent put on the new tags.
Pridgeon urges everyone pur-
chasing tags to bring in their.
pre-registration slip received .in,
the mail during the past few;
days or bring in your tag 'receipt
if you have traded cars since you
purchased a tag last year.
Above all, Pridgeon urges that'
vehicle owners not "wait until
the final day of the tag sale--
August 20-before coming in to,
buy. "You may need some spe-
cial attention", he said, "so it's
best not to wait until the last
'Division of Family
Services Move Office
The Division of Family Ser-
vices office in Port St. Joe has
been moved to the' Gulf County
Health Department building on
Long Avenue, according to Mrs.
Gus Creech, local representative.
The office was formerly locat-
ed on Third Street.
Milo Smith Installed as JC President
f)ick Evers, National Director
of Region 1, Fort Walton Beach,
installed new officers for the
Port St. Joe Jaycees at a ban-
quet meeting Saturday night.."
Milo Smith took over the lea-
dership of the young men's or-'
ganization as president. Attorney
New Jaycee officers installed Saturday night
include, left to right; James Cooley, director; Bill
Sailor, secretary; Abe Miller, director; Bob Moore,
Bob Moore was named first vice-
president and Cecil Lyons. as
second vice-president. Bill Sailor.
was installed to the office of sec-
first vice-president; Cecil Lyons, second vice-
president; Milo Smith, president; Higdon Swatts,
director and Norris Daniel, treasurer.
rotary and Norris Daniel, trea-
surer. New directors assuming
office were Abe Miller, Higdon
'Swatts and James Cooley.
Out-going president, Robert
Montgomery, who was named,
"Outstanding Jaycee of the
Year" by his fellow members,
announced several awards earn-
ed by Jaycees during the past
year and outlined some of the
projects accomplished by the
During the 1970-71 year, the
Jaycees operated .their political
fish fry, political tote board,
Junior Miss pageant, Hallowe'en
candy sale, Hallowe'en parade,
Christmas parade, Christmas
shopping spree for underprivi-
leged children and put on a
barbecue supper for the football
Montgomery presented Jay-
cees with the following awards.
"Speak up Jaycee": Milo
Smith, John J. Buzzett, Virgil
Daniels and Bill Sailor.
Spoke Award; Bill Sailor.
Spark Plug award: Robert
Montgomery and Milo Smith.
Key Man: Bill Sailor.
Attends Short Course
Miss Terri Chason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Williston Chason,
is shown above boarding a bus for Gainesville to attend a journalism
short course at the University of Florida. Miss Chason will be
editor of the Port St. Joe High School yearbook next year and is
taking the short course to prepare for her duties. -Star photo
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THB STAR, Pat St. Jo., Florid.
The biggest "flap" going these days is the controversy
over the "Pentagon Papers" and trying to draw a fine
line saying that the New York Times was right or wrong
an publication of some of the material found in the pa-
pers. The Times says it had the right and that no harm
will be done to the American military or diplomatic po-
sition. On the other hand' the Government says there is
considerable likelihood, of damage resulting to our diplo-
matic posture and that of some of our friends.
Very few'people in Pbrt St. Joe bother to take the
New York Times, so a first hand knowledge of just what
was published. and lack of first-hand study of the papers
themselves, to determine ,what was-left out hardly jus-
tifies us to cast a decision 'one way or the other-as to whe-
ther they were wrong or. not.
The following words, printed in the Christian Science
'Monitor leads one to believe the Times was 'wrong. The
Monitor/wrote, in part: "From the government's point
of view, the publication could cause a great deal of diffi-
'culty in the United States' relations with other countries,
and undermine the conduct 'of private deliberations and
"Scattered about are a host of other issues: Were
the Pentagon documents, put together at the request of
Defense Secretary Robert McNamara truly of historic
interest only, or were they to some degree the Times' tim-
ing of the disclosure-the eve of midweek votes in both
houses of Congress on the war-intended to influence
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida.
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY B. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
.Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Piotographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosroFmc Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
PoOr Sr. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
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4N COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., $2.25 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY -,One Year, $5.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $6.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommissilons in advertisements, the publishers
.do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
The spoken word s given scant attention; the printed word thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken. word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly oen.
The Voken word e lost; the printed word rmsd.
THURSDAY, JIUf.Y 1971
A Day To Honor America
The 4th of July week end offers time for a taste of rec-
reation, a.bit of fun, maybe a thought or two about-that
old-fashioned virtue patriotism, and innovative ways to
Pondering over patriotism-real patriotism-we in-
evitably reach the conclusion that this country just didn't
haj)pen to flourish. Much of' the toil aiid struggle that
helped make the United States strong and free represented
someone's contribution in self-sacrifice, either in peace or
Carrying this train of thought a bit further, many of
us can't ignore the indications that America didn't wax
robust from material sources alone. The idea of reverence,
for a Supreme Being is entertwined with the nation's de-
velopment since the- day the country was founded 195
On this comfortable, lazy week end, the churches
and synagogues will have their doors open as usual on the
Sabbath. If we juggled the family schedule a bit, and per-
haps arranged the family picnic or golf date or trip to the
:beach an hour later, we could slip into dur chosen church
or temple and listen to the men in the pulpits reading the
Scriptures and discussing the truths that weathered the
test of time for centuries before 1776.
Obviously, most of us are kware-often, we're not
allowed to forget--that separation of Church and State
is a fundamental principle in the United States. This
premise in an official sense, and undoubtedly has steered
the nation away from some grave pitfalls.
But individually, throughout the country's history
most leaders have been influenced by the Judaeo-Christian
ethics, the source of the Ten Commandments. Anyone
familiar with American tradition will observe the concept
of divine guidance was seldom far from the minds of those
who played significant roles in, shaping United States'
Here are a smattering of instances in which reverence
for Sacred Providence was, indicated. The list could be
much more extensive.
On the day of this country's birth, the Founding Fa-
thers wrote into the preamble to the Declaration of Inde-
pendence ". and to assume among the powers of the
earth that separate and equal station to which the laws of
Nature and of Nature's God entitle them ."
A* school children or adults, when we pledged alle-
giance to the flag. we recited the words "I pledge alleg-
iance to the United States of America and to th
for which it stands, one nation under God ..'
Since then we've seen the motto "In God
on our money so frequently, we've virtually fo
On the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in
National Cemetery is carved the inscription "F
in honored glory an American soldier known bu
So the idea of a religious observance on
pendence Day week end assumes validity. Bo
and State today are confronted with new. p
that the Founding Fathers never dreamed of
quently, religious bodies are assuming increase
The questions leap out at us. What can we
peace in Vietnam and the world? Threats to th
ment? Drug addiction and disillusioned youth
vantaged minorities? Unemployment? 'Poor
These problems cry out for innovative a
and hard work. Perhaps, as has been said a
York's vast, interrelated difficulties, they ca
be solved, but must be managed. On the ot
maybe you hold the magic key to certain solut
There is an ironic footnote to current relig
ism. Karl Marx contended that organized relig
ticularly Christianity-diverted man's attention
problems at hand by insisting that suffering
Ikind's lot on earth and salvation could be foul
But events in recent years have shown tha
is abandoning this ostrich posture and is trying
with temporal affairs. There is room for you t
S Theologian Paul Tillich observed that in we
price of space exploration, with its effect upon
orities, a tendency toward cynicism often follow
spiritual factors, however," he continued, "She
lead to a'decision to give up either the product
nical tools or attempts to penetrate into oute:
spaces For danger is not a reason to p
from actualizing its potentialities."
And in this matter of priorities, let's mak
our own. Putting first things first, the allottii
time for religious contemplation this holiday
should be tops on the schedule.
Simple Steps to
Rotary program chairman Bob
Ellzey, closed out his year of ser-
vice Thursday by giving the pro-
gram to the Rotary Club on how
to prevent fires in the home.
Ellzey said that experience has
re blic shown that most home fires oc-
LerepubliC cur from two sources: overloaded
electrical service and pans of food
We Trust" catching fire while cooking.
gottenn it Ellzey said that many home fires
could be prevented by checking
Arlbigton for proper wiring and electrical
Here rests service before adding an appliance
t t IGod." to your home, especially air condi-
t to Go tioning-and by seeing that the pro-
this Inde- ,/per fuse is installed in your elec-
th Church trical panel. "If the fuse blows,
)erplexities don't replace it with a bigger one",
f. Conse- he said. "Your service 1is over-
ingly acti- loaded somewhere causing the fuse
to blow and the trouble should be
located rather than merely putting
e do about in a bigger fuse".
ie environ- Another safety precaution is to
l? Disad- keep a box of common baking soda
housing? handy near your cook stove. "If
a pan of food catches fire, shut
approaches off the heat and put a lid or plate
pproaches over the pan to smother out the
bout New fire. If no lid is available, merely
n't really pour the box of soda on the fire."
her hand, He stressed the point that the pan
ion. should not be removed from the
ious activ- stove since this usually results in
,ious activ- burns to the one moving it. An-
ions-par- other "no, no" Ellzey said was do
from the not put a burning pan in the sink
was man- and run water iq it. This causes
nd only in burning grease to explode and will
probably seriously burn anyone
at religion standing near and can spread the
at fire over your kitchen.
ig to cope Guests of the club were Dr. Tom
;o share in Gibson of Huntsville, Alabama;
Rex Mixon of Birmingham, Ala.,
ighing the and Rev. Millard Spikes and Jim
social pri- McNeill, Jr., of Port St. Joe.
would never Brandt Calls for Meeting
on of tech- Of Band Parents Group
r-terrestial Ray Brant, new president of
prevent life the Band Parents Association has
called a special meeting for the
ce a list of parent's organization for Friday
ig of some hight at 8:00 p.m. in the High
week eno School band room.
week end Brant urges all band parents
--Copied to be present, including parents of
students in the beginner band.
S-, ; port which also was obsolete the
day it opened. I remember
Eddie Rickenbacker was speak-
er on that occasion and predicted
that we would soon have to build
a bigger and better facility.
When Disney World East
opens this fall it is estimated we
will have 30,000 visitors through
wing: "No Tampa International. Unless we
can develop some means to move
with time, these people by helicopter or
ding, what short range planes, we will be
46 history in big trouble.
ers-or the Tampa International Airport
scheduled is a city in itself, a city of 25,
e. u 000 or more. Security is a big
out." problem as well as a costly one.
pinion, can It will require a service equal to
highly sus- a city of 24,000, some officials'
past week To give you some idea of the
documents complexity, a report recently is-
sued by General Telephone Com-
a" a sec- pany points out a thousand se-
d-the one parate lines had to be fed into
et" printed Tampa International 'tomeet
Disclosure needs of airlines and the public.
Documents The system required wire to tie
ou t in all connections.
ould "have Other services provided by
ing the re- General Telephone include 350
for a docu- public telephones strategically
ion of our placed throughout the five ma-
jor buildings. Another innova-
tive service is the Telephone
the docu- Center located on the transfer
happens to level of the landside building.
give the Staffed by attractive uniformed
SPentagon multi-linqual attendants especial-
Secret" pa- ly trained to assist the public in
telephone service. The center is
open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. In
addition to regular public tele-
phones, it is equipped with a
family calling booth, a bank of
phones with sound boosters for
S"ythe use of persons who are hard.
ify of-hearing and even a bank
placed low enough for use of
people in wheel shairs or for
Forty-six officers are employ-
ed on the Air Terminal Security
es have come Department, including women
study this un- and all are carefully trained and
have the same authority as the
Tampa Police Department offi-
ill meet our cers although they wear a spe-
or so, but in cial uniform which indentifies
orld with i them as airport employees.
cities make The eight car passenger ser-
predictions, vice that shuttles between land-
Tampa's first side and airside terminals tra-
was opened veled more than 36,000 miles
Island, which during the first five weeks of
quate before operation. It is the first system
e opening of of its kind anywhere in the
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
A researcher by the name of Dr. Richard N. Farmer
has come up with a formula to ascertain a country's af-
fluence by the amount of garbage it creates. His study
shows that, those countries having a low income have very
little garbage because they use it to make things they need
such as turning empty cans into cook pots and containers;
old tires into shoes and sandles, etc. He says the richer
the nation, the more junk and garbage it piles up because
it is just too expensive to convert it to something useful.
It's sort of a hard pill to swallow that maybe Ameri-
ca's blooming ecology problem stems from the fact that
maybe we just make so much money we can't afford to
cycle our garbage and trash. A look at some of our throw-
away items will convince one that they cost more than
the re-usable type, thereby lending support to Dr. Far-
mer's theory and to our trash.
Columnist James Kilpatrick says Libya has the an.
swer to the drug problem. They execute anyone caught
peddling the junk. That may seem to be sort of a harsh
penalty, but Kilpatrick says it's working in Libya and
one can see where it would.
Kilpatrick says if America were to hang a narcotics
pusher every day for a week in a public square in Chicago,
New York and Washington, D. C., our drug problem
would be reduced to manageable proportions.
Sentiment is that drug pushers ought to get the death
penalty, but we can see where Kilpatrigk's suggestion, if
applied, would cause more bleeding hearts to turn wrong
side out than the demise of the whooping crane.
After telling you about my tomatoes, I have learned
that almost everyone in town is growing, tomatoes.
George Core stopped me coming out of a Rotary meeting
the other day to take me to his house and show me his
tomato bush. He had just "stuck it out" he said and it
"just grew". By count, the plant had 67 tomatoes on it
and he said he had already picked at least a dozen.
Ashley Costin even planted a few plants in his wife's
flower boxes. He says he has 75 fruit on one plant. Both
men have something going, but haven't been able to fig-
ure exactly what, since neither knows what they did spe-
cial to make their tomatoes so prolific.
John Rich has a "volunteer" growing in a flower bed
in front of Rich's IGA that is within six inches of the top
of the building. It's loaded down with the small salad
type tomatoes., John, knows what he-did. 'He fed it li-
quid fertilizer every week. He stands over it like a mo-
ther hen because, he sayi, "It I don't watch E. J. (hisIdad)
he'll put so much fertilizer on it he'll kill it!"
DIG THESE WORDS OF WISDOM
The objective of 4ll conscientious individuals should `
be to thoroughly analyze all situations, anticipate all
problems prior to their occurance, have answers for these
problems and move swiftly to solve these problems when
called upon .
When you are up to your tail in alligators, it is diffi-
cult to remind yourself that your initial objective was to
drain the swamp.
Recently I had occasion to get in touch with the Coun-
ty Sanitation Officer, F. E. Trammell. I called his office
in the Health Department building and asked Polly Sow-
ers if Mr. Trammell was in.
."No, he's not", Mrs, :Sowers replied, "He has gone to
the river to check a pollution problem".
Later I found out that Trammell had received word
of some bream that were polluting the river and he had
gone, personally, to remove the offending fish to see
that the job was done properly, yow understand.
Such devotion to duty is hard to find any more.
PORT ST. JOE
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Corner of Long Avenue and Niles Road
REV. ROY SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL --- 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
N Y P S 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 "PM.
WEDNESDAY PRAYER SERVICE ----- 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Grow With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ... 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .. 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
those votes ?"
The Monitor closed its article by obser
doubt, the way contexts get altered by memory
not even the participants would grasp, on rerea
impulsion lay behind their words. The truth
takes longer than the run of a week's newspaper
course of congressional hearings about to be
in the wake of the Times' disclosures-to sort
From the Monitor's words, which, in our o
be relied on, the New York Times is at least h
pect of having jam on their fade.
A picture in the Tallahassee Democrat this
showed the three kinds of covers put on secret
at the pentagonn. One is labeled '"Confidentia
ond has "Secret" printed at the top and a third
placed on the Pentagon Papers has '"Top Secre
at the top and the warning, "The Unauthorized
of the Information Contained In the Attached I
Could Result In Execution". These words w
made us hesitate, about the advisability of print
port, because such a warning could only come f
ment which could, possibly, damage the posit
With such a Warning plainly printed on
ment's cover, we wait, eagerly, to see what 1
Daniell Ellsberg who defied the warning to
Times the report. If he gets off scot free, the
had just as well expect the rest of their "Top S
pers to disappear.
Too Late To Class
By Russell Kay
You may or may not have vis-
ited Tampa's new international
airport but it has been acclaim-
ed the finest and most modern in
the world. Designed from the
outset to meet the needs of air
travelers, it provides every com-
fort, convenience and service
the visitor or traveller could
So complete and convenient
is the new terminal that airport
officials not only from cities
throughout the nation but from
many other countrii
here to see and st
We are told it v
needs for a decade
this fast moving w
interesting travel fa
one question such
I recall when 'I
on the tip of Davis
was far from ade
completed and thi
the so-called new
TI STA PotS.JF. 28 hRSAJL ,17 AETE
Stephen Whealtonr Shows Works
SOf Abstrcts iln European Exhibit
ApOhen Whealton/ formerly of 125 of his 4"x5" Polaroid color which his show was open to the
ARSt. Joe, now 6, Washington abstract prints three of his 12- public. He explained to visitors
.,., has returned a on minute Siper 8 color abstract the techniques by which his films,
spent n Europe-Ahe6 he attended filnis, with his own sound-tracks; prints and soundtracks were made.
an exhibition of his art-works in a portfolio of 8"xl0" black and Vienna was
several media held at the-Modern- white prints; and a varied assort- generally good. Thomas Moog of
Art Gallerie in Vitefa, Austria. ment of blow-ups made from Vienna's aily "urier" closed his
This yas his first international ex- smaller eolor designs. He attended ie saying: "Mr. Whealtn
posu. -not only the opening night but also review aky saying new grod, and he
Featured in ti4a* were about every one of-the 'sessions during I ireaki w
b. ,-.-. .reaks it wel
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MOiRNnIG WORSHIP SERVICE_- 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6380 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER EETING (Wednday) .... 7:30 P.M
"Come and Worship God' With Us"
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Sltersection Monument aid Constitution
IREV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church Schsool 9:45 A.M.
Moning Worip ._- 11:00 A
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also working on his PhD degree
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On Dean's List
TALLAHASSEE -- 'More than
2,300 stfidents at Florida State
University earned a spot on the
Dean's List in the term ended
The Dean's List, printed several
weeks following the end of final
exams for each quarter, is an hoe
r.or roll ,for students achieving
overall academic averages of "A"
or "B" during the period of study
Among ;students who made the
Dean's List is Andrew W. Lewis,
2103 Long Ave., Port St. Joe.
Monica Lynn French was hon-
ored on her third birthday with
a party at the home of her mo-
ther, Mrs. Ima Jean French. The
party was held Wednesday after-
Helping Monica Lynn to cele-
brate were Clara Allen, Ken and
Chris Kennington, Pooh Ken-
nington, Donna Cumbie, Beth
and Paula Presnell, Brian, Scott
and Craig Burkett, Karen Moore,
Kevin Griffin, Donna Kay John-
son and Cindy Baxley.
Monica received many lovely
Gulf 'Residents Receiving $122,100 A
Month In Social Security 'Payments
Total social security benefits are Robinson pointed out that al-
being paid to residents of Gulf though most social security benefi-
County at the rate of $122,100 ,a ciaries are older people, about one
month, according to David P. Ro- out of every three is under age 69.
binson, Social Security Field Re- In Gulf County, 447 people under
presentative for Gulf County. age 60 are collecting social security
Each month. Many of them are un-
At the lose-t of 1970, the 1,284 der age 18, receiving payments be-
social security beneficiaries in cause their working father or mo-
Gulf County were receiving $111,ther has died or is getting social
000 a month. The benefit increase security disability or retirement
signed into law by President Nixon benefits.
on March 17 raised the monthly
rate of payment by 10 percent for To phone the social security of-
most of these people. A small num- fice for this area, residents of Port
ber of beneficiaries over age 72 St. Joe should dial "0" and ask
who were not receiving regular so- for WX-4444. The office is located
cial security cash benefits received at 1316 Harrison Ave., Panama
a 5 percent increase. City, and is open Monday through
Of the people receiving social Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
security in Gulf County, 691 are except on national holidays.
retired workers and their depend-
ents, Robinson stated. Another 390
are receiving benefits as the survi-
vors of workers who have died, and
194 are getting benefits as disabled N S U
workers and dependents,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: Estate of
GEORGIA B. EDWARDS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To all creditors and all persons
having claims or demands against
You, and each of you, are here-
by notified and required to file any
claims and demands which yoU, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Georgia B. Fdwards de-
ceased, late of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, in the office of the County
Judge of Gulf County, County
Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, within six months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice.
Each claim or demand must be
in writing and must state the
place of residence and pbst-office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claitnant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
be void according to law.
Each creditor shall deliver suf-
ficient copies of his claim to en-
able the County Judge to. mail one
to each personal representative.
Dated May 17, A.D., 1971.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of Georgia B. Ed-
Is An Ex<
gifts. The guests received party
favors, birthday cake, punch and
BOley Janowski Graduates
From University of Georgia
Boley Janowski, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. M. Janowski of Indian Pass
graduated this month from the
University of Georgia with a bach-
elor's degree in physical education.
Janowski had also spent his four
years at the school as a member
of the University gymnastics team.
Janowki was selected as the out-
standing male graduate in the col-
lege of education by Kappa Delta
Phi; the outstanding physical ed-
ucation major by the University
and the most outstanding specializ-
ed educator, and received a cer-
tificate of commendation from
the men's physical education de-
He graduated Kappa Delta Phi,
Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Kappa, Phi
Epsilon Kappa. Janowski had the
highest academic average of any
member of any athletic team.
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Altstaeftter Upchurch Vows Given
The First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe was the
setting for the wedding of Miss
Kay Ann Altstaetter and Eddie
JoeUpchurch on June 12 at 2:00-
P.M. The Reverend R. Millard
Spikes officiated at the double
ring ceremony. Nuptial music
was "presented by Mrs. Mark'
Tomlinson. The bride is. the
'"daughter of Mr. anid Mrs. W. L,
'Altstaetter of Port St. Joe gnd
the groom is the son of Mrs.
'-IMary tpchurch and B. E. Up-
church both of Montgomery, full watteau chapel length train
Alabama. was edged with the Venice lace
Given in marriage by her fa- and had bands extending from
their Kay chose a white organza the top of the.train to the,hem.
gown trimmed with tear drop She wore a Dior 'bow with tap-
Venice lace on a sheer yoke ered streamers of the organza
above the bodice. The lace circ- to which was poised a bouffant
led the high neckline and edged veil 'of white illusion: cut elbow.
the yoke above the bodice. The length. The bride carried a bou-,
high waistline was overlaid with quet of white cymbidium orchids
a. band of the Venice.- The in a cascade over a white Bible-
4houl'ders ..of the full bishop. which her mother carried on her'
sleeves were appliqued- wit the wedding day.
race ini ithe tear drop pattern. A_, Miss Karol. Altstaetter, served
,.. asher sister's maid of honor.
~ "She wore a long length blue and
white gingham skirt 'and white
sheer bodice with full bishop
sleeves. She carried a basket of
mixed summer flowers and ivy.
Sidesmaidswere. Miss Kathy
PVeeks of Port St. Joe and Miss
Diane Upchurch, sister' 'oft the
groomn,, of Montgoinery, Alabama.'
Bbth were dressed 'identical inn
'blue. Their ensembles were styl-'
"ed similar to'the ifiaid of honor.
They carried baskets of summer
Flowers and ivy. ,
SDonald tUpchurch, brother of
the groom, of Montgomery, Ala.
bUma, served as best mania.
:Groomsmen were Ricky Up-
church and Ronald Upchurch of
Monitgomery, Alabama, brotherA
'of the groom. Ushers were James
Edward Tate, James Edward Byl"
sma, Jerry O'Neal Hathcodlk of
Montgomery, Alabama and Da
vid Randall Williams of Tusca-
loosa, Alabama. '
For her, daughter's wedding,
U .Mrs. Altstaetter wore a turquoise
chiffon dress with matching lace
her attire. Mrs. Upchurch wore:'a
blue, aid-white floral mknitmsheath
with- white accessories. Both. mo-
thers wore. cymbidium: orchids.
iFdllowing the wedding the
: bride's, parents entertained with
a reception on the church lawn.
Mrs'. Walter Dodson greeted the
guests and Miss Barbara Buzzett
kept the bride's book. Mrs. Diane
Thursby presided at'the side's
table and Miss/ Charlene Brgock
I" UPCHURCH 'and, Mrs. Caroline Williams ser-
ved the punch. Mrs., Carol Myers
assisted at the groom's cake.
Floor hostesses were Mrs. Hubert
Richards, Mrs. Charles Brock and
Mrs. Thomas McDermott.,
For a trip to Calloway Gardens
the bride chose' a white' pants
suit with red, white and blue
floral long sleeved blouse and
white accessories. Her :'corsage
was a red cymbidiuim orchid..
The bride is a graduate of
Huntington College,, Montgom-
ery, Alabama and the 'ro9m at-
tended the University '"of Ala-
bama, Tuscaloosa;,. Alabama;
Out-of-town :guests were Mr.
and' Mrs. Bill Johnb*n and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs., B. E.
Upchturch, Mr. 'and, Mrs .James
Edward Tate, 'Mrs. Mary Up-
church, James Edward: Blysma,
Jerry..'O'Neal Hathdock, David
Randall Williams, and; Mrs. Nan-
"cy Chambliss and. Sedn,. all of
Montgomery, Alabamap'Mrs. Rob-
ert McCreight, C h a r les Me
Creight, Shaqulak, Mississippi;
Mr. .and Mrs. Jerry Lhwson, Ba-1
ton Rouge, Louisianad' Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Farsht, Mrs. Grace
Beer, Lima, Ohio; Mr and Mrs.
0. L. Altstaetter, Cairo,0 Ohio and
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Altstaet-
ter, McComb, Ohio.
Mrs. Lawrence Copenhaver's
lovely home 'was thd scene of an
afternoon tea honoring Miss Kay
Altstaetter. Guests were receiv-
ed from 4:00to 6:00 p.m. Thurs-
day, June 3. The table was beau-
tifully' decorated ,with. summer
flowers and guests were greeted
by Mrs. Jimmyi Costin -and Mrs.
Walter Dodson. Also assisting.
Mrs. Copenhaver were Mrs.
Charles Brock, Mrs. Ed Ramsey,
Mrs. Hubert Richara .and Mrs.
Mrs. George Anchors, Mrs. T.-
W. Mosely, Jr., and Mrs. Tommy
Hutchins entertained at a bridge
dessert, kitchen shower, Friday,
June 4. The bride-to-be and her
mother were presented corsages
and Miss Altstaetter received
many useful gifts.
Miss Kay Altstaetter, was hon-
ored with her bridal attendants
at a luncheon given by Mrs..
Bruce Weeks and daughter,
Kathy, at the Gulf Sands Restau-
rant Thursday, June 10. ,Nose-
gays were placed by each placed
and a summer bouquet was the
centerpiece. T h o se attending
were Miss Altstaetter, her at-
tendants, Miss Karol Altstaetter
and Miss Diane: Upchurch, Mrs.
W. L, Altstaetter, the bride' mo-
' their, Mrs. Mary Upchurch, the
groom's' mother and the host-
AFTER REHEARSAL DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dodson
hosted an after rehearsal dinner
honoring Miss Kay' Altstaetter,
Eddie. Upchurch .and their 'wed-
ding, party, Friday, Jupe" 11 in
Mrs. Everett Hosts
The monthly meeting of The
Pentecostal Holiness Wo men s
Auxiliary was held Monday, night,
June 22, 1971 at the home' of Mrs.
The meeting was presided over
by the newly elected president,
Bernice Gosnell. Qld and new
business was discussed and it was
decided to have an ice cream sup-
per on July 9, 1971. Refreshments
were enjoyed by all after'the meet-
Those attending were, Rita Todd,
Pat Atkins, Bell Dubose,- Katie At-
kins, Bill Summers, 'Maxine Mo-
ney, Avery Howell, Mae Plair,
Sharon Everett and Bernice Gos-
Mr. and Mrs. Ciaude Sheffield of
Macon', Ga., spent last week with,
Mrs. Roscoe Sheffield and Mr. and.
Mrs. Jack Sheffield.
Midoet investments -tt
their home on Garrison Avenau& iRetursh Home
,Guests were seated at tables i~tfi Mrs. Harry McKnight has re.
. bridal decorations designed" ad 'turned to her home here after
made by the hostess. Enjoying' 'visiting last week with her son
the dinner with the bridal parry and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc-'
were relatives and out of town Knight and children, Melanie,
guests. Barry and Jennifer in Palm Bay.
MISS: JUDITH ANN CORVINO
Mrs. Caroline Corvino of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., is announcing the
engagement of her daughter, Ju-
dith Ann to Ronald Wayne Chil-
ders, son of Mrs. Myrtle Chil-
ders and the late Ronald Chil-
ders of Port St. Joe.
Miss Corvino is a graduate of
Duquesne University School of
Music. Her fiance, is currently
teaching at Florida State Univer-
sity and will graduate in August
with a master's degree in an-
A summer wedding is planned.
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Miss Castle Becomes Bride of Herbert .
Kenneth Dykes'In Chipley Ceremony
*Miss. Shirley Ann Castle be- ception was held at the home of
came the bride of Herbert Ken- Mr. and Mrs. Childs. After a trip
neth Dykes in a ceremony at to 'Barbados, West' 'Indies, the -
high noon, Saturday, June 5, in.: couple will reside in Tallahassee.
the First United Methodist The bridegroom is the nephew -
Church in Chipley. The Rev. H. of Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mrs: James
P. Childs, grandfather of the Lovett, 3lrs. Herman Stripling,
bride, officiated. and Mrs, Paul-Bass of Port St.
The bride is the daughter of Joe.
Mrs. Lila Childs Castle of Chip- Among out of. town guests
ley. The bridegroom is the son were Capt. and. Mrs. Howard
of Herbert Dykes of Chipley and Lovett. qf Valdosta, Ga.; Mrs.
the late Mrs. Jessie Thompson James Lpvett, Mrs. Joel Lovett,
Dykes. .- and Mrs,. Karen Larken, all of
Mrs. Harmon Pierce, organist, Port St... oe-. --
presented a program of nuptial Rehearsal Dinner
Music and accompanied the sol- The wedding party was enter- -
oist, Mrs :Raymond Carlton. Da- tainted .th a dinner following
vid Smith of Chipley also sang, the rehefsal Friday evening at -
accompanied by Miss Paula the hQm6 'of Mr. and Mrs., H. T. -
Camp on the guitar. Waller, Jri. of Chipley, cousin of
Given in 'marriage by her bro-. the grdoi*. Mrs Joel Lovett, Mrs.
ther-in-law, 1st Lt. Max Harrell,, Cecil Haddock, and Miss Betty .
: the4 bride wore a gown of open- Haddock were cp-hostesses. The Brie-lec Feted W th i
o. %ork embroidered 'organdy; the guests,were greeted by Mr. and
,bd featuredd an empire waist- Mrs. Waller and directed to the s .
line dmmed with- a wide satin dining room were a buffet din- Miss Hilda Paulk, bride-elect ker of 'i
ribbon,, a rounded neckline and ner was- served. The table was with a ofGeoge Duren, was honornined groom-ers. H.
'long, gathered sleeves. Her cha- overlaid with a white linen 'cloth with a coffee Friday morninsE Ramse.
pel veil of illusion was gathered and centered with a Symbolic ar- win Ramsey, 103 tConstitution Asseyt
,with an arrangement of pink rangement of love doves and a n. Ram esey 10 nth-Iu in
bernmg taper.Summere- Drive. Hostesses for ,.the,.0cca-- ing the
sweetheart roses and small white single burning. taper. Summer To th c'n g the
'Fuji munms. She carried a colo- flowers were. predominant. Ap- sion were Mrs. T. W. Hinote, Jones,
nial bouquet of pink sweetheart proximately 40 people attended.' Mrs. W. D. Jones, Mrs. J. D. Par- Versiga,
loses, white Fuji mums and .: Norton
sprengeri fern, Christo
The maid 'of honor was Miss Kids Still Turning Out Strong for City Mss
Marian Castle, sister of the g mother
bride. Miss Castle's empire gown ti* D e ih the eat P resented
was of deep pink voile with a creation Program Despite the He t es.
rounded neckline and short, ga- Lovel
there sleeves. Other attendants Despite the hot temperatures, night, 15-12 in an 11 inning game. flowers"
were he hsisterbMrs. Max H.ar- the City golf and tennis courts con- port St. Joe High School has 150 points
rell o Chambersburg Pa., an tinted to have record numbers of students registered with an aver- The ent
Miss Teresa Dykes, sister of the participants this week. The tennis age attendance of 75. St. Joe' Ele- bride's
grpom. Miss Kimberly Wade, courts have a record number en- mentary has approximately 225 with as
,niece of the groom, w as flower
'ir.. .the gri omswais flower rolled of 125 with an.average of 30 registered with an average attend-
l. te "mai playing 'each day. The couAits' are ancid of 95. About 70 students at-
styled similarly to the maid 6f being used each night, but there tend' the swimming trips each day.
honot's, were a flowered print is- no recrdd of the number play- The Elementary recreation group
bf pink, green, and white. The ing at night. played'.Highland View recreation
attendants'wo pre wide-brimnied playe.Highland View..recrt
hats whitehorsehair braid The golf course, has a record of students in softball last Wednes-
Sand carried baskets .f white111 enrolled with an average play- day and will play them again Wed
Fuji munes ks o ing each day of 30. The course is nesday, .
et '".addel, cousin of also used each night. The ,golf Plans' are being pnade for a'fish-
Hrbe cousin of burse is open for adult lessons ing rodeo to be held on the canal
th bridegroom served as best ech dayfrom 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. behind:Marvin Avenue. See future
man Ushers were- Ricky Lovett Any adults who wish to learn to issues of the Recreation news for
dock of Vernon, cosin s owardf the play are asked to come by, between details of the fishing; rodeo.
groom; John Ford of Tallahasse 4:30 and 6:00 .m. It is rlot neces- All the City Recreation sites will
an DogStandard of Atlanta. sary to. own clubs or golf balls as be closed Monday in observance of
Sa l owing Stermo antare- the program furnishes these for July 4th holiday., except the ten-
Following the ceremony, a beginners. -- is courts. I
over 200 differentt. participants *- a'L S -
with ant average daily attendance Tnrift oShop
o 60 to 80. The Stac House is open j
from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. each Worers Named 2'
day except Friday when it remains The workers for the Thrift Shop
open to 10:30 p.m..e sr
North PortSt. Joe gym this'Friday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
aNorthenPortstJeg nsium will be Mrs. James Costin and Mrs.
S and tennis courts have 180 stu- Richard Porter 4
Sdents registered with an average ichard Porter.
P A. att enhance of 80. Monday night the 'The Hospital Auxiliary thanks
M attendance of 80. adults in soft- the follodrin? for donations dur- El
152 ,teens defeated the adults in soft- ing June; Pollock's Dry Cleaners,
July 1, 2 and 3 bal 15-12. The adults returned to Mrs.' Selma Lamberson, Mrs. Dick 1
defeat the teens on Wednesday Lamberson, Mrs.' John Robert;
Smith, Mrs. Richard. Porter, Mrs.
OSharkettes Sponsoring Mary Daughtry, Mrs. Jopn Braun,
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Sauce -_ btls. $1.00 ,Dance, Car Wash ens, Mrs. R. H. McIntosh, Mrs.
Leonard Belin, Mrs. W. L. Altstaet-
The Sharkettes are having a ter and Miss Gertrude Boyer.
S dance Saturday, July 10 from 9:00 All teachers who are members
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1. Cash your check
Give you $5.00 extra
'3. Allow you a 10% discount
Offer Good Through July Only
THUISDA, JU.Y 1, 971PAG~E Fnlb
Tl Sr k o St Joe, Fla~ ~. 3"U;
Lawrence Tells Rotary
Of Scouting Plan
Scoutmaster Raymond Lawrence
I told the sponsoring Rotary Club
-L last Thursday that Scouting aims
to build a boys character, streng-
then his citizenship and develop
physical fitness. "And all this must
be done as if it were a game",
the Scoutmaster said, "or the boys
-- Lawrence, who has just return-
ed from an eight day Wood Badge
-- program for adult scouters at
S'Camp Euchee near DeFuniak
Springs, said the entire course was
dedicated to showing adults how
to instill a spirit of cooperation
- and competition among the var-
ious patrols of a troop, in order to
make the program more success.
Lawrence offered-the thanks of
the Scouts to' the Rotary Club
S' for sponsoring the Troop for the
S. past 30 years.
St. Andrew (aunt of the cut-glass bud vase..
lect), Miss Clara Pate, In the dining room the serv-
E. Rijaids and Mrs. ing table was attractively dec-
Sorated with a mixed rainbow ar-
iing the.hostesses in siv-"- rangement of spring flowers, anid
guests'were Mrs. Travis -'4he, tea cart. held a large white
Miss Catherine Duren, &aangement .featuring wedding
mmy Walker, Mrs. Billy bells. Other beautiful arrange-
.Mrs. Larry Davis, Mrs. ments carrying out' the bride-
Kilbourn ;and Mrs. John elect's chosen colors of blue and
. white' were placed in the living
Paulk and Mrs.' Duien,' rod-n, den and sun porch,
of the groom-elect; were A a memento of the occasion
ed white carnation cort the hostesses, presented Miss
,,g Paull with a piece of her chosen
y arrangements ot spring silver. . ;.
were placed at vantage Miss Paulk and Mr. Duren will
throughout the home. be married July 11 at the home
rance hall featured 'the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
book table, enhanced M. L. Paulk in Ambrose, Geor-
single red rosebud in a gia. -<
l II I II I I II [ I
uie~ STAR. Pest St. j, WeBb
THUR'bKY, JULY .1;7
-Wayne Taylor, Mr. Temple Watson
.... MI NUTES of the Mr. Albert Wynn, Mr. Edwin Wil
[ 'BOA Rb P I C IKTfTIN liams, Mr Joe Brannon, Miss Bar
Annual Contract: Mrs. Mary
Brannon, Mr. Bill Davis, Mrs. Lin
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA j visor. da Davis, Mr. Harvey English, Mr
-> *AAY 4, 1971 PRINCIPALS: Mr. Zack Wuth- James Gosnell, I&rs Minnie Likely
The, Gulf County School Boaid rich St. Joe High Schopl; Mr. Har- Mr. Norton Kilbourn Mr. Melvin
p~et: in; .regular session on the a- ry Herrington St. Joe Elementary Moore, Mrs. Virginia Nance, Mr
above date.. The following members School; Mr. Howard Blick High- Charles Osborne, Mr. Sammy Par
were present: Mr. Waylop Graham, land View Elementary School; Mr. ker, Mr. Hugh Smith, Mr. Forrest
Chairman; Mr. Gene I field; Mr. Harrell Holloway Wewahitchka Van Camp, Mr. Billy Versiga, Mr
J. Rich, Sr.;: Mr. William pe. High School. Thmas. Rasberry, Miss Catherine
mer, Sr. Assistant Principals: Mr. Allen Ramsey, Mr. Kesley Colbert, Mr
The ~kneeting was opened with Scott St'. Je High School; Mr. William A. Cathey, Mr. John
prayer, .by Board Member poemer. Hugh Semmes -Wewahitchka High Bricking.
Fr~ he minutes qf the regular'meet- School. Accepted the resignation of Mr
ing of April 13, 1971 were read INSTRUCTIONAL Port St. John Bricking.
an4 approved as read. J: : J High School: Continuing Con- i ,NON-INSTRUCTIONAL: Accept
The. following personnel matters tract: Mr. Ralph Allen, Mr. Tony ed resignation of Cliff Stripling
for the: school year 1971-72 Wer I Barbee,'Mrs. Margaret Biggs, Miss as custodian, verbally rendered ,to
approved by; theBoard4. upon- the Susie Cooper,. Mr. William Dick- Mr. Zack Wuthrick. Hired Mr. B.
recomm endation of Athe Superinten- son, Miss Miriam Dismuke, .Mr. R. Williams, as custodian at a sa-
det. ', Lamar Faison, Mrs. Sara Fite, Mr. lary of $250'00 per month.
ADJ I TRATIVE: William1 James Gunter, Mrs. Maxine Gant, Hired Mr. Charles Conrad as a
Linton, General supervisor; Mr. Mrs. Virginia Harrison, Mr. David bus driver at Howrads Creek for
James McInnis, Adult Education Jones, Mr., William Lane, Mr. the remainder of the 1970-71
Director;. Mrs..-Laura Geddie, Spe- Gerald Lewter, Mrs. Alice Machen, 'school year at a salary of $150.00.
,eial Profects Coordinator; Mrs. Li- Mr. Clarence Monette, Miss Netta St. Joe Elementary School; Con-
la Brouillette, Art Supervisor; Mrs. Niblack, Mr. Jqnell Palm, Mrs. tinuing Contract: Mrs. Jo Ann
Etna Gaskin,' Lunchroonm Super- Jacque Pri e, Mrs. Sarah Riley, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Delores Davis, Mrs.
Carolyn Davis, Mr. Charlotte N9d- Granted personal leave to Mrs.
' ley, Mrs. Albertha Brovn, Mrs. Mary Allen for the 1971-72 school
- Lorraine Barnes, Mrs. Dorothy Bar-. year.
low, Mrs. Katheryn Floore, Mrs. Accepted the resignation of Mrs.
Christine Williams, Mrs. Janet An- Laverne Williams.
derson, Mrs. Betty Sue'Anchors, Wewahitchka High School --
Mrs. Barbara Whitfield, Mrs. Wil- Continuing Contract: Mrs. Joyce
- lie Mae Daniel, Mrs. Sylvia Costin,' Groom, Mrs. Verre Gaskin, Mrs.
. Mrs. Avaryee Martin, Mrs. Joyce Charlotte Brown, Mrs. Letha Res-
, Faison, Mrs. Angeline Stone, Mrs. ter, Mr. Auther Green, Mr. James
SBillie Jean Guilford, Mrs. Ruth Rouse, Mrs. Loretta Green, Mrs.
* Phillips, Mrs. Carolyn Norton, Mrs. Laura Hinton, Mrs. Madge Semmes,
- Carolyn Parrott, Mr. Billy Barlow, Mrs. Betty Husband, Mrs. Joilyn
t Mr. Frank Barnes, .Mrs, Gwendp- Tanton, Miss Vera Lilly, Miss Bar-
. lyn Ingram, Mrs. CoJean Burns, bara Thomas, Miss Joyce Quinn,
e Mrs. Lula Wilson, Mrs. Madeline Mrs. Maybelle Whitley, Mrs. Mar-
Wynn, Mr. Cary Floore, Mrs. Daisy tha Lanier, Mrs. Margaret Addison,
Johnson, Mrs. Anne Barrier. i Mr. Fletcher Patterson, Mrs. Betty
Annual Contract: Mrs. Algia Bidwell, Mrs. Mary Jo Patterson,
Frazier, Mrs. Audrey Monette, Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Cox, Mrs. Barbara
Grace Hanson, Mrs. Barbara Van Shirley, Mr. Geogre Cox, Mr. For-
- Camp, Mr. William R. Wifiams, Jr., rest Weed, Mrs. Betty Holloway,
Mrs. Faye Wood, Mrs. Patsy Lister. 'Mrs. Angeline Whitfield, Mr. Jer-
Hi g h I a n d View Elementary ry Kelley.
School-Continuing Contract: Mr. Annual Contract: Miss Margie
Richard Wayne Stevens, Mrs. Vi- Rouse, Mrs. Rebecca Birmingham,
vian Robinson, Mrs. Joan Myers, Mr. Jerry Tanton, Mrs. Gina
Mrs. Nadine Parish, Mrs. Minnie Thompson, Mr. Robert Smiley, Mr.
Howell, Mrs. Peggy Whitfield, Mrs. Charles Cleckley, Mr. Larry Mathes,
Mary Allen. Mr. Travis Dykes, Mr. Joe Wilson,
Miss Elaine Lee, Mr. Terry Lin-
Annual Contract: Herman ton, Mrs, Linda R. Whitfield, Mr.
Jones, Mr. Donald, Winaham, Miss John Gortemoller, Miss Hilda Da-
Patricia White, Mr. L4oyd Wells. vila Miss Sherry White.
Accepted the resignation of Mrs.
The Superintendent reported
-that the state funds accruing to
Gulf County 'for the 1871-72 school
year would be reduced by paprox-
imately $117,000.00 due to a loss
in average daily attendance. This
loss in attendance, caused by a boy-
cott, a flue epidemic, and suspen-
sions of students. Necessary re-
ductions in personal and operat-
ing expenses must be made when
the exact amount of the loss in
state funds is determined by the
State Department of Education Fi-
The Superintendent read letters
from Mr. Harrell Holloway and
Mr.-Zack Wuthrich suspending stu-
dents for infractions of the rules
and regulations at their respective
The Board authorized budget a-
mendments No. 3 through No. 9 of
Part IV of the 1970-71 school year
budget. Copies of these amend-
ments are on file in the Superin-
The Board entered into an a-
greement with the ,Bay County
School Board stating that Bay
Cu, mnty will/pay Gulf County $80.
00 per student in average daily
4 membership for Mexico Beach stu-
Sdents attending Gulf County
school's during the 1971-72 school
year. There are approximately
(100) students involved. A sum of
approximately $8,000.00 per year
will be ..paid Giulf County. "he
Funds acuring from the State De-
partment of Education for trans-
porting these students will also
go to Gulf County. These trans-
from 8:80 P.M. til ?
NO COVER CHARGE
St. Joe Beach
W may march to e ba
o< dilerent drumiimrs...
But when our country's been threatened, we've put our differences aside and
-teamed up to present a united front to the world. Must we always have external threats
to .Unite us, or can we learn in peacetime to keep internal peace? Must we always let
another's beliefs, though they be different from ours, blind us? Perhaps if we listened
with 'an open heart and mind we wouldd learn from them and they from us. Then maybe,.
our well won Freedom would truly be won for everyone.
Florida First National Bank
at PORT ST. J.TOE
MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
National Flood Insurance
Is NcW Offering Flood Insurance on Properties in the Incorporated
Limits of PORT ST. JOE and MEXICO BEACH. This Coverage is De-
signed to Protect You from Disasters Such as Occurred in Biloxi, Miss.,
'As A Result of Hurricane "Camille".
THERE IS A FIFTEEN DAY WAITING PERIOD AFTER
APPLICATION BEFORE COVERAGE IS EFFECTIVE
Rates Vary Slightly but Average Rate is $4.50 per Thousand on
FOR FULL DETAILS CONTACT
Hannon Insurance Agency
Highways Will be Safer for Week End
If Motorists Plan to "Arrive Alive"
TALLAHASSEE The Flor- deaths.
ida Highway Patrol predicted that During the holiday weekend the
the State's highways will be safer Patrol will cooperate with the
over the Fourth of July weekend American Automobile Association
than most average weekends if in the Bring 'em Back Alive cam-
drivers will enter into the spirit paign to send traffic safety infor-
of the "Arrive Alive" program, mation throughout the State.
Pointing to the fact that holiday
periods are sometimes safer when
drivers respond to the special em.
phasis placed on traffic safety,
Colonel Reid Clifton, director of
the Florida Highway Patrol said
"We estimate that 20 persons will
be killed on Florida's highways
during the July 4th holiday week-
end which begins at 6:00 p.m., Fri-
day, July 2 and ends midnight,
Monday, July 5. Iast year 23 peo-
ple were killed in the same period
of time? and a study made of these
accidents revealed that' speed ;was
the nu ni b e r ,one contributing
The Patrol will have every avail-
able tropper and auxiliaryman
working traffic, using spotter air-
craft, unmarked patrol cars, radar
and 400 VASCAR speed computers
in an effort to reduce, traffic
porting funds will amount to ap-
proximately $6,000.00. Thus Gulf
County school will be increased
by approximately $14,000.00 due
to the agreement.
The Board authorized the pay-
ment of $450.00 to Mr. J. M. Good-
man for site development work at
the 'Prt St. Joe High School site.
This work consisted of the disk-
ing of approximately twenty five
acres of land.
The Board authorized Gulf Coun-
ty's participation Ain a program
sponsored by the Panhandle Area
Education Cooperative for the pur-
pose of training teacher aides for
the school year 1971-72. A copy
of this proposal is on file in the
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221 REED AVENUE
"Use your safety belts at all
times, drive at speeds that are
reasonable and stay away from the
starring wheel if you are drinking,"
concluded Colonel Clifton.
"Midget Investments With
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What hot weather starts, cold
weather finishes both extremes
'drain battery power. But before
you fill the air with electrifying
'oaths,.'see us for a checkup of
your starting and charging system.
We'll find the real trouble, with.
It battery trouble is
your problem, we carry
Arid recommend the
finest NAPA bat-
teries. There simply
isn't a finer battery
Made and we can
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
Specials for June
30, July 1,2,3
RICH and SONS' IGA
- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA-
IGA With $10.00 Order or More
TWIN BAGS IGA POTATO
:GRA "A"FLA. or GA(
FROSTY MORN VACUUM PACKED
COPELAND 12 Ounce Padkages
Super Chromium Injector (Reg. 89c Value) -
2 lb. bag
S2 Pkgs. 88
- 4 COUNT
Pepsodent (Hard, Med, Soft) (Reg. 69c) Bayer Bottle of 100 (Reg. $1.17 Value)
Toothbrushes _-- ea. 49c 'ASPIRIN--- btl. 98c
Georgia Grade "A"
Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order
I doz. EGGS...FREE
TABLERITE In Quarters
BUTTER l-- b. 79c
Tablerite 10 Count
BISC UITS- 6 cans 53c
Philadelphia 8 Oz. Pkg.
CREAM CHEESE pkg. 33c
FRYER BACKS 3 Ibs. 57c
FRYER WINGS 3 Ibs. 99c
LEG or BREAST
Fryer Quarters lb. 39c
BREAST LEG THIGH /
Fryer Parts --- b. 59c
HORMELL CURE "81"
Hlam Halves---lb. $1.29
Ground Chuck Ib. 98c
Tablerite Boneless N. Y.
Strip Steak b. $1.98
TABLERITE BEEF CHUCK
STEAK lb. 79c
IGA Hamburg or Hot Dog
PACKAGE OF 8
LARGE CALIFORNIA ALL PURPOSE
Garden Fresh Select Your Own
Yellow Squash ---lb. 19c
Green Peppers or Cumbers ---3 for 23c
BAGGED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Grn. Beans -
Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
6 Ears 49
WITH $10.00 ORDER
88 OUNCE JUG
10 Can 98c
at RICH'S IGA for
$25.00 Grocery Certificate
To Be Given Away
Must be 18 Years .of Age or Married to Register
Saturday, July 3 5:00 P.M.
Everyday Low Prices
Armour's 24 Oz. Can
BEEF STEW --- can 69c
Armour's 5 Oz. Cans
Vienna SAUSAGE .3 cans 69c
IGA WK or CS -, o. 803 Can.
Golden CORN --- can 2k
Van Camp No. 224 Can
PORK and BEANS .can 31c
IGA No. 303 Can
Sliced BEETS--- can 18c
IGA 2% Lb. Jar "
PEANUT BUTTER -- jar 99c
Briquetts 20 Lb. Bag
CHA RCOAL L bag $1.09
Gulf Charcoal Quart Can
LIGHTER FUEL----can 43c
Lipton 3 Oz. Pkg.
INSTANT TEA pkg. $1.19
Lipton '- 24 Count
TEA BAGS ------pkg. 93c
1% Lb. Pkg.
LIPTON TEA-----pkg. 93c
Reynold's Heavy Duty 25 Foot Roll
ALUMINUM FOIL -- pkg. 59c
Tender .fPrU ... 9- 1, S C
Frying Okra Ilb. 29c BELL PEPPERS
Vegetable CUCUM B ERS bag
Egg Plant --- ea. 12c
Golden Ripe Fresh Shelled
Single Bananas -----lb. 12c Peas with Snaps ---bag 49c
Fresh For Boiling
BlackeyePeas 5 lbs. $1.00 Green Peanuts ------ lb. 29c
Fresh Shelled Daily Sweet
Shelled Peas ------- bag 59c Fresh Plums ---- lb. 39c
FRESH GREEN HOME GROWN Guaranteed to Ripen
TOMATOES L- 23ct48c
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
WHOLE LB. CUT-UP- LB.
ewi S?4L Pe'~ 84. Je~ ~ 1HUPSDAY, JULY 1, 1,7,1. PAGE SEVEM
7., Beach. The signs reading No ye tatlives wil be in ur Town Hall
hicles on tl~e, Beach" and "No T0 t for he convenience of any vehicle W i
S. ... ter, Please" appear at the' south owners wto do not care to make, Cubs Will Host Dist
0,Ab o l end of streets which enter the the trip to Panama City or Port
I D U T E E~/...I. beach area.'It is our belief that St. Joe to purchase license plates. Cub Scout Packs of the Lake
Si all persons who enjoy the fine wa. The County pier, extending five SandsDistrict will holdtheiran-
ters of the Gulf and the white hundred feet into the waters of Sa 'i tt ort t
e manual Field Meet at Port St. Joe
sands of our beach will now have a the Gulf, beckons visitors from Saturday, July Pack47,ha-
S' more c arefreq holiday or vacation. other states to enjoy the fine S aturday, Julye 4 Pacr, wk 47, a havn be
S'ELLA WEXLER And speaking of holidays, the fishing here. the.host Pack. la Packs in the
by "ELLA WEXLER im Fourtnt and impressive one of If you are interested in' pur- the ost Pack. Tndall AFc and
the "Fourth" is just around the chasing a subscriptipn to The Star Panama City, Tyndall AFB and
corner. Enjoy these days to the' check with: the Town Clerk, dur-
fullest, and drive carefully- to ing office hours in the Town Hall, A special meeting of the coun-
The Honorable Bob Sik t on avoid becoming a, statistic. Monday and Thursdays, 9 a.m. to cilmen w called for Wednesday
Thte aonorabe BobS&69,te mthat' the Congressman can beo The Town Hall will be closed on 11 a.m. night, June S0.
First Distrit U. S. Representative hand to make the presentation of . ..._
n Congress hasi dvised'that ov his gift Monday, the 5th of July, due to The new U. S. Postal Service Remember to give me a call-
n .. d .u h_ i the holiday. goes into effect 6n Thursday, July 648-4563-should you have any
Town will tecelve a flag which Our Town now boasts of new Motor vehicle tags may be pur. 1. Your local and other post of- news items for this column. Sure
has flown over the Capitol in signs which have been placed at chased beginning the first of July. fices will have interesting pro. will appreciate it! See you next
Washington, P. C. We are in hop strategic spots throughout Mexicd On the 13th, Bay County represen- grams during this day. week again in The Star.
rict Track Meet
Port St. Joe area are expected
to participate. The competition
should be very keen between the
Activities, consisting of ten
different events, are scheduled
to begin at 3:30 P.M., at the City
Baseball Park. The refreshment
stand will be operated by Den
Mother Jeannie Cox with all re-
ceipts going to Pack 47. Score
keepers are Den Leader Bobbie
Hallinan and Sally Gainous.
Everyone is invited to come
out and support the Cub Scouts.
B. t. I
- Kleeiex FAMILY "SUPER-RIGHT" SKINLESS (12-oz. Pkg.) "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
NAPKINS All Meat Franks .... 49' Cubed Steaks.... ~* $1"
S14o's 35c "SUPER-RIGHT" FRESHLY "SUPER-RIGHT' WESTERN BEEF (Bone in)
Ground Chuck..a.o- 89' California Steaks.. Lb99'
.. "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF (Bone in) "SUPER-RIGHT" QUICK FROZEN CHOPPED
Rib. Steaks.....0u. 1~ $" Beef Steaks....2 $ V'"
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF (Bone In)
$1.39 asta Q0ick Froenn
KLEENEX Charcoal Steaks...L *I-9 Meat Dioners ---- 11 oz. 49c
TOWELS "SUPER-RIGHT" BONELESS SHOULDER I SMOKED MARKET M5TL
3 s.00 Swiss Steaks..... Lb. I Sliced Bacon..... 49c
S Wi. Quartw Without
Thi. Jar c" coupon
: Coupon ... 3 59C
S Limit 1 w/Coupon & $7.50 or more order
S Coupon good through Sunday, July 4
A&P BRAND READY MADE CHEF BOY-AR-DEE FROZEN CAP'N. JOHN'S FROZEN FRENCH FKIED
Potato Salad....u 49 Cheese Pizza.. .79 Fish Stiks.....
itY "SUPER-RIGHT" Atl MEAT CHEF BOY-AR-DEE FROZEN.PEPPERONI or BRILLIANT QUICK FROZEN
SSliced Bologna 59' Sausage Pizza'.. k 89' Cooked Shrimp...
COPELAND'S SLI;ED- "SUPER-RIGHT" CUBAN STYLE,' QUICK FROZEN (Bulk)
Cooked Ham....Pkg 1.29 Sandwiches..... 39 Perch Fillets....
With witho ut
Cou p n 2O i 79J c ;'1.5
Limit 1 wCoupon& $7.50 or more order
Coupon good through Sunday, July 4
) *SAVE 36c
7 I[cII n
DOLE or A&P
r 3..o ..IOO Wlttoup
.lC p ... Cans 3/Sl$.23
" "; Limit 3 w, Coupon & $7.50 or more order
; ~', Coupon good through Sunday, July 4 .
s' rSAVE 23c
KRAFT CRACKER BARREL SHARP (Extra Sharp 10-oz. 83c) RACIAL Special I PICKLE PATCH SWEET (Whole Dills 22-oz. 43c)
CHEESE STICKS ..... o:.: 77c KLEENEX TISSUE ...... 6 '~.'. $1.00 MIXED PICKLES . 49c
MARGARINE Special SUNTAN LOTION 4-oz. or SUNTAN OIL 14-oz. By PICKLE PATCH CUBE SALAD DELIGHT Special !
SIMPERIAL ... .. 45c COPPERTONE . $1.49 SWEET PICKLES .. ..35c
ARMOUR Special! FAMILY SIZE TUBE Special I HOT DOG, HAMBURGER, INDIA OR SWEET Special !
SVIENNA SAUSAGE.... 4 c: $1.00 COLGATE TOOTHPASTE .. 73c HEINZ RELISHES ... 29c
ANNKPA GEBAMBECUE, = ;U IC 1 I lY I
EXCEDRIN TABLETS RIPE Special.
S100's c Fresh Peaches LB 35
coupon... $1.39 WASHINGTON Special I
S Limit 1 w 'Coupon & $7.50 or more order Che rie L 69C
Coupon good through Sunday, July 4 Bing Cherries .......- -
C 7 SAV 40c CALIFORNIA Special!
T..PE SAVE 40c Fresh Plums ......... 39'
e** CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE cial
ANTI-PERSPIRANT SPRAY P 0 tat 0 0 S -
SDial Deodorant A&P IN THE SHELL 12-OZ. BAG f::;
T 9-. o. 99 Roasted Peanuts .. 49c
Coup. Size 5 $1.59
Limit 1 v 'oupon & $7.50 or more order,
Coupo ood through Sunday, July 4
,V v SAVE 60c :
All Grinds Vacuum Pack Special I
Folaer's Coffee 'Tc' 93c ,
MNa Do Ift SUN-BURN RELIEF 3
Crackers lb. 490 Solarcaine Bi. $1.39
PEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM SUN-BURN RELIEF
.onderfoil o. 49c Solarcaine. c $1.99
* Lipton Tea Pao3s . 69c
* Campbell's Tormato Soup . 13c
* Heinz Tomato Ketchup .. -.. .... 28c
* Gerber's Strained Baby Food 4.... J. Oc
Ken-L-Ration Dog Food . c.n. 2/35c
Sunsweet Prune Juice . Eotitl 59c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes ...... '*x 43c
Tide Detergont ...... ..King s Pkg $1.39
Citrao Bleach . .G?"-o. Jg 50'
A&P Tooltpaste 7.25 oz. 49c
.- .isterine Moutuwash . I. Bo. l.u V
ASSORTED FLAVORS YUKON CLUB Special!
Beverages..... 6- 1: "- 0
ASSORTED FLAVOR MARVEL FRUIT FLAVORED
Canned Drinks 4 C .:
ANN PAGE BRAND WITH TOMATO SAUCE Special !
Pork & Beamn 4 1.00
Fnn Brad and Butter 14 Oz.Jars
Pickles ---.....4 jars $1.00
JANE PARKER FRSH CRISP Special!
Potato Chips ... Twnxack 69
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: Estate of
JAMES WILMOTH GIBSON, SR.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO: ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST
YOU AND EACH OF YOU, ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED AND RE-
QUIRED to present any claims and
demands which you qr either of
you may have against the Estate
of James Wilmoth Gibson, Sr., de-
ceased, late of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, to the Honorable S. P. Hus.
band, County Judge, of Gulf Coun.
ty, Florida, and file the same in
his office in the County Court-
house in Gulf County, Florida,
within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid. In
addition to the required filing fee
or said demand or claim shall be
DATED this the 4th day of June,
ADDIE NEWELL GIBSON
of'the Estate of James
Wilmoth Gibson, Sr.
ROBERT M. MOORE,
318 Reid Avenue 4t
Port St. Joe, Fla. 6-10
Attorney for Personal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
HENRY G. MOORE,
SHIRLEY JEAN DUNNING
TO: SHIRLEY JEAN DUNNING
You are notified that an action
for divorce has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Fred N. Witten, Plain-
tiff's attorney, whose *address is
Post Office Box 87, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456, on or before July
16, 1971, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either be.
fore service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed .in .the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on June 17, 1971.
o GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk of the Court
(COURT SEAL) 4t-6-17
Notice is hereby given that the
uindersigned, desiring to engage in;
business under the fictitious name
of WEWA FLORAL SUPPLIES, in!
the County of Gulf, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in Gulf County,
HENRY D. GRIFFIN 4t
P. 0. Box 812 6-17
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.* /' ,Defendants.' .
S NOTICE 'OF FORECLOSURE SALE
f NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant
... to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered
L .OF in the, above cause of action pending in
~; 'L- ^----ur RT" the above, entitled' court, Case No. 71-57,
N TOE .'C RCUIiT COURT, FOUR`T George Y.Core, Clerk of the Circuit Court,
TEN~T JUDICIAL CIRCUI.T, OF Gulf County, Florida, will sell the. fol-
ST STATE OF FLORIDA, IN, AND lowing described property situated in Gulf.
O OUNTY County, Florida, to-wit:
NO.7- 7 1 Twin, pedestal desk, 7 drawers
BIG BENDi BROAD4ASTING CORPORATION 1 Single pedestal. desk, 4 drawers
.A: Flrida, corporation, .. 1 Two drawer desk
Plaintff, 1 Remington, typewriter 56716
Is-.'* : '* .'. 1 Ten 'key adding machine .
THOMAS .M. DONAIDSON and BOY B. 1 File cabinet, 4 drawer, letter size i
Taken by Death
Mrs. Ellen Davis Kirkland, age
74, a former long-time resident
of Port St. Joe, passed away last
Wednesday in a nursing home in
Brewton, Alabama. Mrs. Kirk-
land had suffered a stroke a
few weeks ago.
Mrs. Kirkland had moved to
Monroeville, Alabama two years
- ago, after having lived in Port
St. Joe for over 30 years.
Funeral services were held
Friday of last week from the
Johnson Funeral Home Chapel
in Monroeville wtih burial in
Hopewell Cemetery at River
Falls, Alabama. Rev. L. Reed
Polk conducted funeral services.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ernie Moore and three
grandchildren all of Monroe.
ville; two brothers, S. P. and
John H. Davis,. both of Panama
K. L. "Ken
and his family to Port St. Joe
Ken has joined our organization
as a Salesman
We invite everyone to..come-.by and meet Ken and
have a chat and a cup of coffee,with us!
St. Joe Motor Co.
322 Monument Ave.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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FOR SALE.: 3.:bedroom house par-I FOR SALE: House at 416 First St., FOR SALE: 1969 VW bug. $1200.
"Mac" e full-lood Walker hound, owned by Joe Fortner, shown tially furnished. Large back in Highland View just finished). I One owner. Ph..648-6471. 2tp-22
above, recently place- second in hunting and earned ninth place in S
hi t e at a rally held by the Northwest Florida yard. 222 Seventh St. Phone 229.6 rooms, and screened front porch. THE TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT
g ii 1781.tf 'Hotand cold Water,shwer, s THE TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT
Chanporinship Fox'Hunt. "Mac" competed with dogs all over Nprth- 178. tf 1 ot and cold water, shwer, shady summer replacement agent is
ws Florda... H i ... b Mt F ed FR : '40x150 foot lot. For less than $2,- Gail Hicks at White City. You can
west Florda. He is being showri by Mitch Fortner, son ofMr, and,
es.t Ford H ii F-so a oto FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom 500. Also 5x12 luggage trailer bo- contact her at 229-1133.
Mrs. Joe Fortner. -tar. photo house. Dining room, living room, dy. Will carry a ton, $60.00. Apt. THE COTTAGE SHOPPE, your 16-
kitchen, breakfast nook. $800 down size bathtub like new, $15.00. Can cal dealer for PHBNTEX YARN
2' Typewriter stands, metal, one drawer 1 Hot' 'N Cold Water Fountain, Kelvina- and take up payments of $76.40 be seen at 416 First St., Highland has a large selection of yarn for
1 le e master log Gumed tape dispenser or for nine years. Fourth and Beaty, View. tfc-7-1 your knitting and crochet needs.
1 Planter,, metal, with artificial. plants 1 Desk, twin pedestal, Shaw Walker in White City. Call 2294094. tfc COTTAGE SOPE, red and white
4 Side chairs, wood Padded seat and back 1 Chair, executive, upholstered FOR RENT: Very nicely furnished buildingon Hiway 98, Beacon Hill
e Metal tfran ie c hairs, wood seat 1 Book case, maple, fisish Ic b lg Hwy 9, ea H .
1 Metal rame tic airs, wood sgaon eat 1 Bookcase, ,paint finish FOR SALE: 5 acres of land near 2 bedroom house with washer
: I Posture chair, wit casters Cosko 1 Set drapes, brown slub Holly Hill Cemetery. Homer Coe. and dryer, laundry and storage WANTED: Work baby sitting, yard
1 2 'pilce rattan sectional sofa .1 Setdrapes, brown ,pTernr
SOecaional cair to.match sofa. 1 Beach umbrella Phone 229-6285. 2tp-7-1 room, automatic heat, large shady work, odd jobs. Call or see Clay-
1 ad M table, mahogany, stain finish 1 Check pro1cMtor, safeguard
Lam ble wit hae 1 h orktable with vise yard. Phone 229-8536 after 5:00 ton Boutwell, 9 miles of Port St.
SClock electric,wall mout 1 Worktable, open storage in bottom FOR SALE: Two bedroom home tc-7-1 Joe, 1st road on right after Schef-
1 loui batterytpment parts storage bin Aiconditioning, carpet, furni- 1 fer's Groc., second house on left.
It Obck, G., B. Telechrion, E4ectric 1 Record cabinet tIIre, waser, ryer, water softener
1 'Cabinet,setal 80 drawer I Tape rackhwaterso
2 2 Unit metal mail basket'" 1 Heater/Air Conditioner chain link fence, tool house.. Space FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
Sat 1 Upright copy bin C D. H room clean house. Laundry and WANTED: Times-Union pepper
.w- 1 Tape recorder cabinetaf fr 2 .tf6 1ac storage room, Large shady, yard. boys. If interested call 229-6109.
S.All office supple, forms, blanks, paper 22512. Automatic heat. Phone .227-8536 c-7-1
stationery, logs, contract forms, recording A ma one =-
tape, reels nand tapes. r RadI FOR SALE: 2 adjoining lots on after 5:00 P.m. tfc-5-27
1 Modulation -Monitor,, Ceneral Radio Palm Boulevard, 60'x120 Phone PIANO and ORGAN LESSOS: Be-
1 ,Kaar conal-alert receiver 229-3527. tfc-6-17 FOR RENT: Apartment at 510 8th ginner lessons available now.
1 .'.. I E-A Type 015, 175 foot guyed anten- Street. For information call contact Harold at 1312 Marvin
S a e .,1,- ,na tower with ground screen and radials -- J ean Arnold at Contact Har ld. 0 t 131 2-2arvin
Port St. oe glorida installed, Tower lighted according toFAA FOR SALE: New 3 bedroom house Jean Arnold at 648-4800. tfc422 Ave. tfc-24
specifications at St. Joe Beach. Call 648-7681.
Antenna Tuning Unit, oE- WANTED: and" "
SBroadcast Tanismi ter, lrA, .ith one tc-527 FOR ENT urnishedapartent HELP WANTED: Morning and eve-
1 and 227-2201 1080 ke crystal, one complete set operat- and trailer space. o's Wimico ning shifts. 2 cooks, 2 waitresses-
g t ohNo. T MFOO) FOR ALE: 2 bedroom house at Lodge, White City. Phone 229-2410 and,kitchen help. Gas. Light Res-
1 oscilloscope Heath kit 520 Third St. Phone 227-4676. taurant, Merico Beach. 648-6553.
S/ 1 Tuner, AM-FM tf-6-17
1 20 Watt amplifier, 12' volt P FOR- RNTr Furnished beach cot FOR SALE: German Shepherd
SLot of fusesd artridge R SALE: Fu hed beach cot. tages. Reasonable monthly fates .puppies. Registered AKC...Cham.
8 Florescent tubes Phone 227-3491 or 227-8496.: tfc pion blood lines. $50.00. Phou~
1 Lot' miscellaneous parts t.age. St. Joe Beach. Call on con- 648-4836. tfc-6-4
1 Lot, spare tobes tact Nonis Williams, Panama City, FOR SALE: 16' fiberglass Crosby
IrChime4utone Lr"P- *, B 103 and trailer. Cal2717TREE, SERVICE: Trees taken down
SProduction Library, Pepper 85-3511, Box 104. -4-2 and trailer. Call 227-8317'. e3tc-7-1l e dm
N<. r1 Lot various recorded programs varied. adrm :. -d ortrm ed. l
lengths' 653 or 452411343, Apalachicola.
500 Albums; LP, Assorted FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedrooms house FOR SALE: AKC Irish setters., $50'
500 Records, singles, assorted on corner o0ts at White City. 2 each. Have shots and wormed. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
1 Microphone Slectrovoce model 635 8 lots. Phone 2274436. tfc-429 Call 229-4094. tfc-7-1 rd Grffi Phone 29-2987.
2 Microphone floor stands 6 .C .
2 Jack panels, 2pa FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, block FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang convert- PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo-
Pickup- arms altoned. 5X28 thit L2 .4 tic Ible. $650. Phone 648-6471. tional problems and/or concerns.
2log-Sales 2 Equalizers, 'Gray County "
aClogin Sales 2 i1" 2 .1.. -- E ba a i. Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
dog Sal 1 Colins 212F-1 (Qonsole __< ____i FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with S Je Florida 229621 or on
S et ap recorder R RSportscrt boatand trer.Seeemergency basis, Rev. C. Byron
1 Freeman Electronics tape, recorder Rki FOR- RshedNT at Stafford's Grocery, White City. Smith, Port St. Joe, Florida 227-
1 AGO Amplifier, ITA attractivelyy furnished 5041.
1 Limiter Amplifier, ITA Ipecial Weekly Rates FOR SALE. hildcraft set, $35. tf4
1 artriage machine, Spotmaster M .OTEL ST. 'Call 2294601.. ... .
CoSoeke Table ont' MO L .. 2E FOR SALE-'67C
2 Headphones Phone 22 I _____ --l 2OR SALE-2 Ch4r0t
Speakers, wall mount i FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Cen- 2-TON TRUCK
S Dyina mic microphone ', i m triall air and heat. Chain link good condition. New engine,
I0 Patch corrds FOR SALs. ed Drick nome. z0 fence. Utility house, den. $4,000 god Irm. Refrigerated body.
1 Cable, microphone. 25 foot Garrison. 3 bedrooms, central equity and assume $94.68 per mo. I
Mark .3 10-Sp eed2Od adrlights air n h Can be seen u ndbynrp-..
100 7 9 90 second tape cartridges airan heh nbe e 3 payments at 514% which includes, e *
102 15 minute tape 'cartridges pointme. oe 785-3511 or 783- tax and insurance. $9,800 balance. ,
S' 82 30 minute, tape cartridges 2564, Panama City. tfc-3-11 1907 Long Ave., Port St. Joe Con-1 MW and SON .8 IGA
1 CBS Audiomax AGC Amplifier FOR SALE.'Dining room suite, tact M. P. Ferris, Hair Fashions i
i1OBS Volumax Peak Limitert C t Ao r Unlimited, 1325% E. Tennessee,
SMarti Remote Broadcast set with refinishing and repairs. Furniture Tallahassee, Florida. 6-17
95 Value tables with Gray built to order. Picture frames. See FOR APPLIANCE, heating and re. FOR
12 raig m"naural cassette recorder at shop, 403 Madison St., Oak frigeration repairs call 229-6323.
In and Register 1 Ampex reel recorder Grove. Willipn Hall, 227-5906. AMBULANCE SERVICE
.a1tTelco cartridge machine "AMBULANCE_______
4 Spotmaster cartridge machines FOR SALE: 1963 2-door Valiant. In Wewehiltchka and
WIaY SaturdayI1 Magnacarta time announcer
way Saturday, July 31 Fisher Reverb amplifier Priced reasonably. Light blue. TOMLINSON RADIO & TV
00 P 4 drawer filing cabinet Good condition. Phone 229-2446 af- Corner First St. and Reid Port St. Ave. Joe
1 Cartridge rack (105 carts.) ter 5 p.m. p CALL---
1 Cartridge rack (77 carts.)
e to be present to win I QUO amplifier Color and B&W TV, Repairs omote e o
1 Sparta console with turntables FOR SALE: 1963 VW bus. Fixed up Antenna Repairs Comforter Funeral Home
1 P.A system (amplifier and ..wo for camping. Engine just over-
1 AM Radio (used with P.A. system) hauled. $400.00. Phone 229-1781. 2-3Sll
1 Power Inverter (12 volts d.c. to 115 tfc-17 FOR SALE: Mexican imports auto -
I Microphone (Shure 545 S with stand) FOR SALE: Calladium bulbs by stereo tape player, small tools, e
Lot miscellaneous items (extension Port St. Joe Garden Club. See 1P" drill, reels and rods. Mac's Etheredge
cords, microphone cables and connectors,
connecting wire and cables)ndat home of Mrs. K. Bateman, Phone Pawn Shop, 102 5th St., Highland 18 Third Street
1 Boom to microphone stand 227-5851. Viw. Stop,-102o5thSt..Joeghlan
1 Magnetic sign for van View. Phone 229-6193. 5tp-7-1 Port St. Joe, Fla.
All other personal property, equipment, FOR SALE: Baby bed, mattress d
and contents of the real property and build- .i ad
ing presently used and occupied by radio and matching chest of drawers. "n
Sletioases, franchises and lenses fori the a In good condition. Will sell separ- RAY'S TRIM SHOP Electrical Contractor
operation of said station, subject to ap- ate. Phone 227-7661. tfc-6-3 Complete Upholstery Service Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
proval of the Federal Communications Com-
mission to transfer of the station license "e aim to please you
and authorizations for operation -of station. FOR SALE: set Encyclopedia, port- Every Time" R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
sa'Thetosaitheahighessthallndbe sold der puor able stereo, movie camera and 602 Garrison Ave. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
eash at 12:00 noon, EDT, on the 12th day electric ice crusher. Phone 648- Phone 229-6326 1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
of July, 1971, at the front door of the I Visiting companions welcome.
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Flor- 7541. 2tp-7-1 JOSEPH PIPPIN, H. P.
ida. Sale of said assets and licenses to op-i F AIN I C all T WE
Soerate said radio station WJOE shall bo FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE cal H. T. WEST, Secretary
ay or subject to Federal Communications Comn- Your SHERWN-WILLIAMS Emory Stephens. Free estimate --
mission approval of .transfer to the pur- PAINT Dealer inPortSt Joe Guarantee on labor and materials. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
Gchse ORGE Y. CORE Low down payment. Phone 227- THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
Clerk of Circuit Court 7972. t,9g second ard fourth Tuesday
(SAL) Gulf. County, Florida nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legion
four SEARS (S ) aDIES Home.
BID NO. 114 COVER I = oW servicing wigs and THERE WILL BE a regular corn
Th ity of ort St. Joe, wi received hair pieces in my home. It munication.of Port St. Joe Lodge n
Th% City of Port St. Joe, will received EARTH
sealed bids until 5:00 P.M., EDT, July 20, you have human hair or syn- No. 1, F. & A. M., every fist
1971, on the following: thetic which you would like and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
0 1 Old Typ "C" Steel rates eas ur emt to have serviced quickly at
271/2" x 31" and 1 3/4" thick. lOW prices m .
P *rice to include delivery to Port St.. Joe. WIGS FOR SALE -
S Bid opening will be at 8:00 P.M., EDT, at HURLBUT FURNITURE
r 2H the regular City Commissioners meeting, and APPLIANCES CALL 229-3311 or 2274853
to 0, 1971. Reuestbidbeitemiedand 306 Reid Ave. 924 JANICE STOKES tfc CHARLES R. JOLLEY, W.M. 6
toe CiTy .f rt St. -Joe.reserves the PERRY J. MFARLAND, Seety
right i, r-eci any or all bids.- ceived.., '
C. W BROOK 3t7-1.
City Auditor and Clerk
410 Reid Avenue --
I. LEE TREACE ar
:Now Owners and Operators of SEARS Cata
S-cranian 7 hp hR
Eet StartR EG
RING ,POWER For, Murry
s WS $489.50 Just Come
NOW To be Given Ai
21 pr. 4:
1 price YoU do not hav
Save On Appli.
Up to 25%
On Special Home Appliances On Displ
Save Time and Money by Placing Y
Catalog Order with Us!
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SUPPLEMENT to TRE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida Thursday, July 1, 1971
-in Port St. Joe
ursday, Friday, Saturday July 1, 2, 3
From High Prices
ALL SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Arnold's Furniture & TV
Boyles Department Store
Buzzett's Drug Store
Campbell's Drug Store
Carp's Department Store
Christo's 5c and 10c Store
Cooper's Barber Shop
Costin's Department Store
Danley Furniture Co.
Florida First National Bank
Florida Power Corp.
Goober's Barber Shop
Hinote's Barber Shop
Humphries Union 76 Service
Johnnie's Trim Shop
Jr. Food Store
Marvin's TV Repair
Mary Carter Paint Store
Pate's Shell Service
Ralph & Henry's Standard Serv.
Ralph Swatt's Motors
Rich and Sons' IGA
Roche's Furniture and Appliances
St. Joe Bar & Package Store
St. Joe Furniture and Appliances
St. Joe Hardware Co.
St. Joe Ice Co.
St. Joe Motel Restaurant
St. Joe Motor Co.
Tomlinson Gulf Service
Kennedy Electric & Refrigeration West Florida Gas
Close-Outs in Ladies and Childrens
$2, $3, $4
Unbelievable values in these groups.
Come early and get best choices.-
Close-Outs Children's and Ladies
$1 to $8
Values to shout about. Go 4th in
Season's Choice styles Including Grasshoppers and
Our Entire Stock of SANDALS.
Ladies and Children's Sandals __ 10% off
Most all sizes through extra large. Values to $6.99 and more
Junior & Missy Skirt Cleanup $2 and $3
Values to $35.00. Polyester and cotton. Regular and X sizes
SUMMER PANT SUITS --_ $5.44 to $16.44
Close-outs. All first quality. You must see to appreciate
Ladies & Children's Swimwear _-- $1 to $5
150 Pair Ladies and Children's
S H 0 E S--------1/2 PRICE
Personality, Joyce, Poll Parrott styles in these.
A 4th Value you'll enjoy for a long time;
Hot Pants Dresses ------ $6.44
Popular belted shift style and princess fitted
waist line. With cuffed short. Assorted Prints.
Worth $8.00 or more.
50 Ladies Blouses --- $2 and $3
Sleeveless ,short sleeve, etc. Better blouses.
Some slightly soiled. Worth more than twice the
Men and young men. Good styles in Reg. and Longs. Not all
sizes, but good selection. Your choice
1 Rack Suits and Sport Coats ---- /2 Price
Large group Men's. Short and long sleeve in all sizes.
Values to $7.99 in this group by Van Heusen and Campus
Sport and White Dress Shirts -- $2 and $3
All sizes. All famous name in sizes 2742. Reg. to $9.99
Special Close-out Groupl
All Sizes Perma-Press Pants _- $4 and $5
Large selection. First quality in lace-up styles. Values to $6.99
U. S. KEDS for Men and Boys_ $2 and $3
SIDEWALK SPECIAL. Go 4th
SANDALS SPECIAL GROUP
Go 4th to the Beaches with
For Men and Boys. New brassy styles
n good quality. All guaranteed. Sizes WIM WE AD
orys 11 to men's 14. Values to $4.00 SWIl WEAR
Boy's Sizes from Boyles Men's Store. Men's and
Now O4nly W W boys sizes in good styles.
Men's Sizes$244 1/2 PRICE
Now Only ...S20441/2PRICE
DAVID B. MAY, Owner
Wizard 2-Door Frost-Free
White o rAvacado With Automatic
Ice Maker Supply Limited
Aluminum Pop Out
ICE CUBE TRAYS
Reg. $1.79 Limit
y C 80C
8 Track With 2 Speakers N
CAR TAPE PLAYER
Fully guaranteed over the counter
ROD and REEL
Sidewalk Sale Price!
Your Choice Round or Square Point
LONG HANDLE SHOVELS
Regj $3.85 to $4.29
LAWN CHAIR WEBBING
Full Size for Fun at the Beach!
$1.99 Value SAVE!
Values to $2.99
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a I II Inow
Arnold's Sidewalk Savings
Big 8,000 BTU Capacity
* E-Z Mount/Installin l
* 10 Position Automatto \
0 2 Pan Speeds
* Top Air Discharge
* Um on 2iS Volt Current
Was $159.00 Set
To First 50 Customers
for FREE GE
to be given away
ALL BEDROOM FURNITURE REDUCED 25%
Free Bedroom Lamp Given with All Purchases
Only 1 Wooden 30" Was $69.95 Only 1 Reg. $69.95
KITCHEN CABINET ----- $50.00 5-Piece DFNETTE $89.00
Only I Metal 30" Reg. $49.95 4 Only O Reg. $139.95
KITCHEN CABINET ---- $40.00 7-Piece DINNETTE $89.00
12 Oak Reg. $6.95 Only 1 Reg. $24.95
Slat Bottom Choirs -.--- $4.99 Metal Broom Cabinet $18.00
6 Ladder Back Reg. $12.95 Only 1 Reg. $89.95
Rush Bottom Chairs ----$9.00 Oak Student D'ESK ---- $18.00
Only 2 SMOKE STANDS (were $21.00) now $15.00
Only 1 Channel Master 6-Transistor RADIO now $11.00
Only 1 Channel Master 8-Transistor RADIO now $9.00
Only 1 Channel Master 6-Transistor RADIO now $15.00
Only 1 tear Jet 8-Track TAPE PLAYER now $21.00
Only 1 'Norelco CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER $12.00
All living Room Rduiic 30
FURNITURE, LAMPS, TABLES Reduced 30U
25 Foot GARDEN HOSE (Was $2.99) now $1.50
GOOD SELECTION ELECTRIC FANS Going at 25% Reduction'
1 3-Piece Set LIVING ROOM TABLES now $25.00 set
OUR 'ENTIRE STOCK OF PICTURES REDUCED 30%
1 FARM HOUSE ROCKER (was $69.95) now $50.00
1 ROCKER RECLINER (was $129.95) now $99.00
Only 1 High Back SWIVEL ROCKER (was $100.00) now $75.00
1 3JPiece Set STACK TABLES (was $12.95) now $4.75
1*7 Ci.LIMIo Eft kn t lidiuut-Ream
*Jet ieese he
For good cookie
on a budget
* Family-size 23-inch
Dawn Gray oven.
* Removable oven
* Accurate pushbutton
Reg. $34.95 All Colors
9 x 12 BRAIDED RUGS --------$28.00
Reg. $9.95 Assorted Colors
9 x 12 LINOLEUM RUGS --------$4.99
Reg. $59.95 In Assorted Colors
4-Piece Set BRAIDED RUGS -----$45.00
PHONE 229-8611 G
GENERAL ELECTRIC Sales and Service
323 REID AVENUE
Round, Oval or Rectangular
$50.00 or less
Large Selection At Reduced Prices
During These Sale Days!
ONE OF A KIND
AS .. A
TOW AS -----
ASSORTED SPECIALS RIGHT ON THE SIDEWALK... CHECK INSIDE FOR BIGGER BARGAINS
Roche's Furniture & Appliance
2O) EI A EN E, PO T T J E RI ID IR SY VA I
TE EPHONE 227-5271
SALE! SLEEP SETS
Set of Three Colorful
FREE WITH PURCHASE OF $10.00 or MORE
_ I I
209 RM~E~D AVIEkNME FORT ST. JOE
FOR A FREE
OIL and FILTER CHANGE
be given away Saturday, July 3, 5:00 P.M.
--- NEW CAR SPECIAL -
15 0 Discount
On Any Standard Size
'in Our Stock!
-- USED CAR SPECIAL ---
Ventura, 4-Door, Loaded
ALL USED CARS REDUCED
FOR THIS SALE!
and PARTS SPECIAL -
with TUNE-UP On Any
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
PMONE 227-3737 FORD MERCURY 322 Monument Ave.
328 Reid Avenue Phone 227-8551
AIR MATTRESSES -------77c
Soft and Comfortable
BED PILLOWS -------77c
Look At This Sidewalk Speciall
LADIES' SANDALS -------pair 25c
9 x 12 THRIFTEX RUGS -- $4.44
SOFA PILLOWS ----- each 50c
Brighten Up Your Home
PLASTIC DRAPES -------pair 44c
HAND TOWELS ----- each 25c
Many Items Reduced to 1/2 Price and Below!
Buy 144 Tablet Bottle and Get 36 Day Supply FREE An $11.38 Value
Rexall Super Plenamins ------deal $8.69
Helena Rubinstein Skin Dew --------- $5.00
32 Ounce Bottle
FoamingBath Oil ----------btl. 98c
Regular $3.75 Value
Faberge Straw Ha-t Spray Cologne --$2.50
Regular $10.00 Value
Bonnie Bell Moisture Lotion--------- $6.00
Regular $6.00 Value
Bonnie Bell Moisture Lotion ---- $3.50
Regular 98c Value
Assorted Box Stationery ----------- 50c
Regular $7.95 Value
Electric Heating Pads -------$4.00
Regular 98c Value
Rexall Redi-Shave -------- -- 69c
Regular $1.25 Value
Cara Nome Hand Cream and Lotion ---- 69c
Buzzett's Drug Store
Your REXALL Store
Phn DRIVE-IN WINDOW FREE PARKING
Phone 22743371 317 Williams Avenue
DANLEY'S Joins Port St. Joe Merchants' Independence Day
Declaring Our Independence from Rising Prices!
to be given away
Saturday, July 3
9.1 cu. ft. WESTINGHOUSE
Free Crisper with Purchase of This
21', 738 lb. capacity Westinghouse Slightly Used -
CHEST TYPE FOOD FREEZER---
S ENRICH YOUR ROME WITH THE
SPLENDOR OF EDI1ERRA !EAP $STYL
In Villa Oak Finish
i lHI' 2 ~-^-**w-.-iyttBfl:
T .. ..
If you've priced Mediterranean styled bed-
room suites, then you know this Villa Oak of mar, stain and scratch resistant plastic.
finished group isa truly fabulous buy. You'll Construction is excellent quality too with
love the bold massive lines, the antiqued center-guided, dust-proofed drawers. With
brass hardware, the exquisite design over- this-suite you really get so much in beauty
lays on drawer fronts, plus protective tops and quality for so very little.
Like New SAVE $100!
BUNTING SET Table, $7.95
GLIDER, ROCKER and CHAIR ------$65.00
Easy to Care Vinyl SOFA and CHAIR
2-Piece LIVING ROOM SUITE ----$139.00
SOFA BED and CHAIR
2-Piece Vinyl LIVING ROOM SUITE
Beautiful Sofa by day ... Comfortable bed at night
Vinyl Upholstered SOFA BED ------
Good Economy Set of
?,000 BTU, 115 Volt Westinghouse
Used AIR CONDITIONER ----- $75.00
18,500 BTU Westinghouse Excellent Condition
Used AIR CONDITIONER ----$175.00
DIXE GAS RANGE -------- $118.00
DIXIE ELECTRIC RANGE ---------$138.00
10-PLAY GYM SET ---- $39.00
Folds for Easy Storage
BUNTING CHAISE LOUNGE --- $44.00
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Original equipment on many
new cars 1967 thru 1969.
Only 2 735-I black wall
Only 10 775-15 black wa ---ll ---- $21.95
Only 2 825.15 black wall-------$23.95
Only I 855.14 black wall ----- $25.9
Only 1 775-14 whi -- all--- $23.95
Only 2 735-14 whlfeI t- .-------- $23.95
1. fplace broke lfnfngmU 4 wheels
S. RBb'ufdid i4 whod Oqlhws,-
4. Turnand turu. lxck
S.In~bakebasuhes,g r phngh
1O.Roadteskcm3& -, IW
GUARANTEED 20,00 MI. S il aW
WeMl tlratee urba lnU M D t.W4A~
DisCONT .INUED DESIGN
FiI4-ply ny1 or
IG PERFORMANCE TIRt'.
Only 2 50.13 black wall --- g
Only 5 700-13 black wall --- S.AO
Only 8695-14 white wall ----- -
Only 1 735.14 white wall --- -
Only3 5.14 black wall as-
Only 855-15 white wall ---.- 3 .
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WAYS TO CHARGE
at meat F/rst lOcatnog
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66"
Full 4-'plYy onyordl C'WIbdy
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Buy 3 at Regu-
price and get
a fourth tire
801 Monument Ave. Phone 229-4421
KEEP YOUR EYE ON COSTING'S N
PORT ST. JOE
PRE-FOURTH SIDEWALK SALE!
JUNIOR and MISSES
S' PANT SALE
$0 9 Regular $10.00
Others from $4.97 to $6.94
FREE PANTY HOSE!
. .fo.r the First 15 Ladies Each Day,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
To Make A Purchase At COSTIN'S
. . . . .. I.
GET A HEAD START ON ...
And Take Advanlage of COSTIN'S
'; Big Preview of
S AL E!
JACQUELINE and CONNIES
Regular $15 0 -.-
Regular *14 -
-,- SALE $8.97
Another Way COSTIN'S Sets the Pace!
Entire Stock of Summer Shoes Reduced
to Sell and Sell!
KEEP YOUR EYE ON COSTIN'S
"A Quality Store for Everyone"
.. SPECIAL RACK
Ladies Pant Suits
Discount Priced At
Open Saturday, July 3rd
Until 7:00 P.M.
So you can take full advantage of
our Declaration Against High Prices!
II. ` Ill
Haggar Forever Prest
29, 30 and 32 Waist Only
Regular $8.00 Pair
featuring 'THE SURFER" on Sale at
Reduced As Much As
KEEP YOUR EYE ON COSTING'S .
Port St, Joe, Florida
SHORT SLEEVE "
(You Must See to Believe)
Boy's PULL-OVER .
values to $5.00
le 87* to
Entire Stock Famous Name
-From COSTN'S Port St. Joe, Florida
Swim Suit Sale
2-Piece and Bikini
i Pre-ticketed at $15.00
BE SURE AND REGISTER
*At A Aft i i wr A P
Eye Catching Bikinis and 2-Piecers $25.U 00i tK I
S1To Be Given Away Saturc
that really fit and hug your figure! at 5:00 P.M.
Shop and Save at COSTIN'S
OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
fay, July 3
St. Joe Furniture Is Bringing
Santa Claus Early This Year!
REE BONUS GIFTS
Sy $25 or More
Wide Selection of Free Bonus
Gifts on Display for Customer
to Choose from
Items on Display
On the Sidewalk
For the Many Free Gifts
to be given awaySaturday, July-3
c at 5.O P.A.
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance
,2605-207 BRED AVENUE
R O" I 22 9.125
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'ICE BUCKET IN THE
Rolls Out On Wheels
Twin Slide-Out Crispers -,_ --
Dairy Storage with Spread
Adjustable Cantiveler Shelves
Adjustable Door Shelves
Convertible Meat Conditioner
Juice Can Rack
High-Gloss Door Liners
Come In and See Our Newly
'Introduced Line of
BIG INTRODUCTORY DISCOUNTS
_2 to Discounts
On All Items In Our Store!
Register In Our Store for Free Prizes
zaeeGoesOInv. .nBefo he ELECTRIC and REFRIGERATION
Nae Goes OPhone 227-8331 232 Reid Avenue