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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
'" Theme of Junior Miss Pageant
The. Port St. Joe Jaycees and
Jayceettep,: will present their
fifth annual Junior Miss Pageant.
Saturday evening at 8:00 p.m.
.in the PortSt. Joe High School
,Commons Area. The theme of
; this year's program is "Over the
The- seventeen girls who, will
participate -n the contest will
compete ih 'the areas of physical
-' fitness, talent, personality, scho-
lastic ability and not just beauty
Mistress of ceremonies, will be
Mrs. Prt;,d t la..ic.e:. A
panel of five judges will' select.
the winners. "The. judge .in-
clude th' following personali-
ties: Earl Hutto, Mrs. George L.
Shumaker, Mrs. Linda Lou Stew-
art and Mrs. Ruth Elvery of
Panama City _and .Bill Lyles of
Mr. Hutto is state news editor
and sports director.-of WJHG-TV
and was recently elected to the ''
Florida House of Representatives
. Aomi-District Eight: Mrs. Shu-'
make~ is the wife of Col. (Ret.)
George L. S.humaker. She has,
been is.,ch'g art for'five years'
at Bay County High School. Mrs.':
Stewart was Panama City Junior
Miss in 1961 and Miss Panama ,
City in 1962 and : ':' ;..:. r..:
: ida's Miss''National Guard in
i .1963. 't. is a. .'a'..:-t -.i mo-
del. C;r I' she is ,,. --'. 4
of .the 'Panama r. Junior Wo-
man's Club and advertising di-
rector for Panama Machinery.
and Supply Company. Mrs. El-
very is the wife of Rev. Frank
L. ,Elvery, a Presbyterian Minis-
ter. She is chairman of the, Lang-
uage Arts Department of Ruth-
erford High School. Mr. Lyles
is currently Mayor of Mexico
Beach. He is owner and mana-
ger of the Rainbow Motel at Mex-
ico Beach and is manager of Ra-
dio Station WJOE here in Port
. St. Joe.
!The reigning Junior Miss is
Miss Phyllis Thomason,, daugh-
tef of Mr. and Mrs: Blake Thom-
ason. Upon :. .':.inW: from Port
'St.'Joe High last year, sh'e has
been, .:..r,'i n Gulf C:..;:: Corm-
munity college and has been in-
volved in other activities for
and around the community. Miss
Thomason will end her "reign by
crowning her successor for 1972-
1973 Saturday. evening.
The new Junior Miss will re-
* ceive' a scholarship to help fur-
ther'her ji'.jctio, and a beau-
tiful trophy. During the next
few months she will be prepar-
ing to .compete in the Florida
.Junior Miss .Pe r ? t P-nsa-
cola, i'.I !. f' or :..-E'. .. m in
February. ) ,t
This year's contestants, and
* their :; _::, -.-: :: '.- .
Linda '-,- '., daughter of
Mr. and- Mrs. F. T. Kirkland,'
sponsored by T .f .I'd Fisheries.
Jo Hobbs, daughter of Mrs.
Shirley Hobbs, sponsored by
Roche Furniture Company.
Vicki Thompson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thompson,
sponsored by Florida Power Cor-
Shaun Wuthrich, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Zack ,Wuthrich,
sponsored by Campbell's Drug
Pattie Parker, daughter of Mr.
and Mis. Bill Parker, sponsored
by Pate Service Center.
Janet Antley, daughter of .Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Antley, sponsored
by F ;i:.-. i Retail Seafoods.
Clotel W ::'-.- -,'i '.;r of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams,
.sponsored by. ::,r'- ,- .:L -
ment Store. '
Jeri Rich, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Rich, sponsored by
Catherine Lyons, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lyons, Sr.,
sponsored by St. Joe Furniture.
Debra Wright, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jessie Wright, spon-
sored by Tomlinson's Gulf Ser-
Benna Butts, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. Butts, sponsored
by Aline's Beauty Salon.
Sarah Herring, daughter .of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Herring,.
:.:.:.:L..' -.: by' St. Joe Hardware.
Ruth Fleming, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fleming,
sponsored by St. Joe '..;r :..
.: Peterson, of Mr.
and '.-: Angus *' -. spon-
scored by Boyles Department
Mitzi Hendrix, -daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hendrix,
sponsored by Buzzett's Drug
Andreameta Baker, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baler,
sponsored by Driesbach's Clean-
Christy Jamison, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jamison,
sponsored by Debbie's Flowers.
Jaycee Chairman is Abe Mil-
ler. ': ,*: t chairman is Mrs..
- James P. Cooley. Tickets may be
purchased from any of the 17
contestants or at the door Sat-
urday night prior to the pageant.
Tickets are $1.50 for adults and
$1.00 for students.
Dan Sexton, 69, Former Port St. Joe
F Commissioner, Dies After long Illness
J. D. "Dan" Sexton, age 69,
a -resident -of 1023 Woodward
Avenue, passed away at 1:45 a.m.
,-uesday morning at the Munici-
pal Hospital. .
Mr. Sexton- was a long time
.resident. of .Port St. Joe. He was
'a member of the First United
Methodist Church, a Mason, and
C ofC Launches
SHave you joined-the Port St.
Joe-Gilf County '.I,arJ ..r' of
SCoomwereCe for 1973 o. ?If ib_;.
tH ,e i''j pr i.,'r .:.i,,l1 .t -.Boatl.t'4f'
Pit.[.', a '.o ya' t t '''' H. I ston
as pa i. ib ',
The Chamber is currentlyy in
*a nujt;nl:i,;i. drive, attempting
. -to '' 'lu,'...' many membhgr. -
will v- u. .4ible for'next ,'iar
and set. up a budget for the
Membership. teams will be
contacting prospective members
in the next' few-days. You are
urged. to -give them. your coop-'
eration in the form of a mem-
was employed at St. Joe Paper
* Company from .1945 until his re-
tirement in 1970. Mr. Sexton(was"
a former City Cdn~missioner of*
Port. St. Joe, ..:,},' r-u.r .a 'two
year term this' past spring.
Funeral services were. held at:
2:00 p.m. yesterday afternoon
from the First-United 're'- ',
Church with f-,. RevAerend 'Mil-
lard .'. ,.ff .:;.tj : Burial
.followed in ,. plot of
;;Hill Cemetery with Ma-
sonic gravesided .: Members.
She Port .'St Joe- Masonic
l... : .
S . ; .
S.,un. 0all.' --. ] -, two
:r,.t r-. Mrs. Edith vJ';n'> of
Tallahassee and r Sul
livai of Tuscaloosa, Alabama;
two'. .- i i.- Sexton of
Tuscaloosa, .Alabama and Fin-
ley -.' of, Louisvile, Ken-
Services were under the di-
rection of LComforter Funeral
New Procedure Set Up
For Securing Permits
-The State Department of Pol-
lution Control notified the Coun-
ty Commission Friday, they were
moving into the county to regu-
late .the issuing of permits' for
installation' and operation of sep-
The Department said it is cur-
rently' seeking" office space and.
will have a man in Port St. Joe
each .'-,; to inspect applica-
tions and issue permits or deny
permission to 'install the sewer
collectors. The Department will
have full control over Wht npera-
nmts- -are issued and : 'vhb-.n re.
'h-. s.'.':.,r.e J Of th: Gulf ,,, t
.. -.Mrrert for thb; iir
I :.;- ,.i >- :'.. but, Gc e-..ior
'Reubin Askew, .by executive or-
der turned this responsibility-
over to the DPC after the Leg-
Pslature had turned down his re-.
quest to do so in the last session.
Under the new. inspection sys-
tem, persons :.Li;- 'to install a
: ,'. ._..:. secure an ap-
I *' .:' from Clerk of the Court
George Y. Core or any Gulf'
County Commissioner and -have
a :.:'": testV' made in the'
area *where f e. tank is to be in-
stailed. Only Florida Engineers
in Gulf County is. qualified by
*DPC, to make the, tests, which
cost :the person requesting the
permit .$25.00. The percolation
test 'charges are the only fees
involved in' securing a permit.
The new permit procedure is
now'in' effect, according to Clerk
of 'e CO .? Core.
Star will be Mailed
Early tNext Webk
S uYoi neifspap' r ..iJi Crl're to -
Syoi'one liy ,'tkly rnxt wfei.ek,
,' e Lri v.ial br p' :: on
Tacsday' cf 'Bhet .'i and go
into 'the mail 'WVEI ay morn-
ing so you may receive .your pa-
per before -the- t'.i'iAy and so
The Star staff may take, the holi-
day weekl end off:,
The early, press day also
means an early "'D.a, will
hive to be : t :... ~' :,i for news
and:r f. .'a .l";.-_ All i..: to be
i d.id ''i next week's publica--
tion -must be in The Star office
by Monday afternoon. at 4:30
These I wo'-C:rsn;-,i~i.p'ia oi.,'nSunday A
terniomon en 16th Street. The VW Iwas dr.ven by
David Treace and the Ford by Kathy Blatkburn.
S, --Star photo
Three Accidents Reported
T',hree automobile accidents
,were reported' during the past
'week by the Port St. Joe Police
mobiles and resulting
injuries to two' people
Game Sharks Nearly Trip Q uin cy tigers
. The Sharks nearly pulled the
..upset of the year I"'- .i-. night
against'the Quincy Tigers, but
the 'ig- : size and speed even-
tually' wore down the Sharks and
gave. the Tigers a .27-14 win in
the. last four minutes of the
The rugged- Shirk defense
allowed the Tigers only six
plays in the first quarter be-
fore L.:,'". ir' the ball over to
Thaddus Russ brings a Quincy punt return back upfield for a
25 yard gain to set up the Sharks second touchdown in Friday
night's game. -Star photo
their offense. The offense start-.
ed from the Quincy 10, play-
ing ir. .-. _- of football, grind-
ing it' out" for 90 yards for the
first score of the game. The
Sharks maintained possession of
the ball for :.-: entire first per-
-. except dorC %i:'. six,
.The big play of the Shar '
-first scoring, drive 'was a 20' yard
pass' from Ken Whittle- to Ma-
tin Adkison which put the .:Lrks
on the Tigers' 18 yard line. X
run by Robert Dickens,, an in-
complete pass and a 10 yard
draw play run by Ken Weimorts
and the Sharks were on the Ti-
ger seven. Dickens then carried
the ball twice to bull over for
the first score of the game. Jim
Moore's kick was right between
the uprights 'for a seven point
This lead didn't hold long
though. Quincy's big man, Ru-
dolph Thomas clipped off a 30
yard gallop up the middle to put
. the Tigers' on the Shark 31.
Five plays later, the Tigers El-
yon Ziegler caught Terry Hutley
in the end zone wtih .a 20 yard
pass and Bobby Shaw kicked the
extra point to tie the score.
It looked like the Sharks were
right back in business, when Ken
Whittle raced back to the Tiger
38 with the kick-off, but they
had to give up the football when
Whittle was caught for a 10 yard
loss trying to pass on the first
play. Fullback Danny Ethridge
got the 10 yards back on a fine
run up the middle, but a third
down pass attempt was incom-
(Continued Orn Page 7)
Russell Chason hauls in a Ken Whittle pass for a key play in
tht Shark-Tiger contest Friday night. -Star photo
.Sunday afternoon at 4:45 p.m.
autos driven by Miss K,'Vb,
Blackburn, and David Lee Treace
collided on 16th Street at the
intersection of Forrest Park
Police reports, filled out by
Officer -...- .' ."*,:.. -' show
Miss Blackburn made a left turn
into Forrest Park into the path
of the small ,foreign car driven
'.by Treace. -r' .- -.. and his wife
both were treated at ',i.'..':.'.;
S:, :";' for cuts about tthe face.
Miss Blackburn's car receiv-
ed an A~tr -A.- $650 damages
and Treace's car was 'a total
T-.-:"- morning at 7:00 a.m.,
Jimmy. Randal Davis and Tom-
my P. Holton, both of Mexico
Beach were driving toward Port
St. Joe in a driving rain on
Investigating officer James
McGee said Davis attempted to
pass Holton at the intersection
of Industrial Road when his
car began to skid on the slick
highway. His bumper caught on
Holton's bumper and skidded in-
to'a utility pole. Damages were
estimated at $600.
Later Tuesday morning, at
11:20, Frank Hannon backed out
of a parking space in front of
Dr. Wesley Grace's office on
Long Avenue into the path of
a second auto driven by, Ber-
nard A. Pridgeon, Jr. Pridgeon's
auto was strick on the right
side, inflicting approximately
$200 damages to both cars.
'Revival Services Begin
At Assembly of God
The Highland View Assembly
of God Church, located on 3rd
Street, announces revival 'ser-
vices to begin Sunday, Novem-
ber 19. Preaching and special
singing will be held each night
beginning at 7:00 p.m., accord-
ing to the pastor, Rev. Jean
The revival speaker will be
Rev. Allen Norris of Biloxi, Mis-
sissippi, a native of this area.
Eight Year Old
Shot for Buck
An eight-year-old Pensacola
boy was Gulf County's first hunt-
ing accident this year which oc-
curred early Sunday morning.
The boy, John Merritt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Merritt,
Jr., of Pensacola was shot in the
small of the back with three
buckshot by his 10-year-old bro-
ther who thought he was a deer.
The accident took place at the-
mouth of Brickyard' Cut-off on
the banks of the Apalachicola
River. He was brought to Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital for .j
treatment, then transferred to
Pensacola where he is recover-
ing. '' '
According to Clayton Thomrn- ,
ason, who operates the Howard
Creek Landing, 'the Merritt, boy
was shot about 7:30 A.M. and
was immediately brought, out by
boat. Thomason said the Mer-
Sritt's come to the area the first
of every hunting season.
The incident was investigated
by Deputy Sheriff Johnny May-
Week End Revival
At Beach Chapel
The Beach Baptist Chapel at
St. Joe Beach begins special re-
vival services for Friday, Satur-
day and Sunday, with evening
services at 7:30 .p.m. and Sun-
day services at the regular wor-
Four young people from the
Florida Baptist Campus Minis-
tries from Florida State Univer-
sity will assist Rev. DeWitt Ma-
Everyone is invited and a nur-
sery will be provided, according
to the pastor, Rev. William
... :- %
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
Nearly every newspaper and TV station in the nation
pondered at length about, the great majority of Fre, .ientr
SNixons victory in the -election and his apparent failure
-,to carry-more 'Republican Congressmen into office with
him.' One of the most' over-worked references made on
'election night last Tuesday night was the reference 'to
; the President's coat-tails not -t n' ni, enough.,
-Sometimes we 'wonder at-the appar'.r-t lack .of touch
These molders of public opinion have with the people they
are trying to second guess in important matters. They
apparently feel the people, were thinking "Republican'"
'when they 'were voting for Rjchard Nix.'r, and ri-er i,'e
,thernm credit for thirokin "American' In this da', -and
time 'Republican" and "Democrat" aren't that far remov-
ed from each ether
We'r.'y urC-the same sit';ati.-n ,r.- '.ile:'"all over the,
raton where Congressmen were try:,ig tob' i et .~ tlI ahd
re-elected, but we can only speak ir.h certainty of what
We were alarmed to step L'to sThark, Sta.'iium Friday
night and see the. n.ijmbr of pe',ple who Lead ::tayvd h-,ve..
There was 1 good .crowd prv.,'t f(,.r th, fo.'..bail rame---
as good as we usually .e tJe home t':m bring but for-
,our vi1'its t ttjhir ftovnm, but th ,.rowm1 w.v~:rit. in keep-
-ing with what wve .are a'.custom,' ht rf. in Port St. Joe.
True, -veral thing- were, hppri.in- to thinr te crowd
somewhat, with hu.uti,.: sri:,son openvi-' L.he nezt. day and
many alrei.'dy imn th(,. woorIs or gring to lvd ', rly to get an
early start. The Georgia-Florida game was in Jackson-
'ville the netL dJay, and :v/eral were on thi'Ar way there, but
not enough to shorten our attendanpee as it. did.
.Can Shark faos be taki-rg the attitude that we have a
losing -,.ea:,n now, with only t.w lo-, .cs up to Friday
night9 W! ,,p e thih, isn't thjle u e. .."i1 fns, have"
SWhat are the pro ..p"'tf for peace, in Vietnam' now
that Presi,1t'if Nixon ha,,'. been Tr e..*.e'1 Arpprr.rtiy
the Arner.anm people aren't for just .-ii k;'g the whole
deal and leave th >. ..-twisted and torn nation to,-the mercy
of the Communists as Senator McGovern said he would do.
Will the North Vietnamese continue with their over-
tures f6r a cease fire and I<* or were these overtures
,of the past We t.c'4-i .0i. -d at .1--'fin,',Mr. McGovern to the
Ainerciar, .P'opte' e W-.'re going to sign so you go ahead
and elect your rn ".,ry candidate-Democratic .C.: .--.
by DR. BOB M. THORNTON
Professor of Education
University of IWest Florida
We have taken the position,
that the classroom teacher can-
not continue to be the single in-
structional feature of the public
* school system. This simple state-
ment of philosophy is over-
whelmingly supported by evi-
dence, 5Tb.T....;:'h the. translation
of this philosophy into policy
must run the gauntlet of several
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, FlriWa.
By The Star Publishing Compamny
WESRY R. RAMSEY Editor and fublAher
Also Linatyp Operator, Ad Salesman, PIheto mr, P|Mi &", i4 Pt"t
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint department
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SPORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
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to not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtau
righe. The en word bare ly asserts; the printed word thorau" oon-
happened in this part of the nation insofar as that coat-
tail bitis c-r.:.-r'e., Down in -.part of the world .(the
best part, we might add) candidates for the big house
in D.C., were running on the .-i- of -..:r.rg the
President's prograrp for ending the war, : ::.. r- for-
e.igm natter,.. That theme ct-.ri'I the DEn..r to office
a.T:, 'here. Tr.-...may iot be L&6 AdL. ni but if they
support the ?e i.r.t. what di.fer-r-e .s it. make as
to part:, affiliai..rj ?. .
Maybe it wo6ld have sounded nice to have the Repub-
licans tib-rg swept into '-.fi' r_;iht and left, because of
'the appa.nt populTrity of the President. But popular-
ity of the P'-re: i.n zn'. r0'--:r:'1 the same as popu-
,rit:' of the Presid-rit' party.
In light ofwhat hap.rned down here and probably
the C Er f. r r r. also, the P r t..s .. are
n.i n than the t-. .':-;.t-,l :-i"erI ..l colum-
riists suspect. '.'. '
'-;:Ia,. ...; .-.,p.rted their teams in the past, win, lose or
draw. We -arant to see that situation continue. We hope
'our alarm is. unfounded.
It was'a foregoneconclusion that Quin-cy was much
too big for us to be playing football with. As a matter of
'.fact, we..were playing them because teams our size were
reluctant to sign for a game with us, and we needed the
Even with the disparity in size, the Sharks did a fine
job against great odds. They were definitely in the game
making things rough for the Tigers right up until the last
f for minutes when they' apparently just ran out of gas
against the big, tough Quincy team.
.We were proud of the team's efforts, but, fans, you
can do much, much better.
We would say the huge vote given to Mr. Nixon
SAericans favor winding down 'the war and getting
people out, but not at the expense of allowing a de
to be themonument of. so many whp died ,to preserve
nation of South Vietnam.
Possibly the North Vietnamese will draw the
elusion tb', .t the Americans are just .as stubborn' as"
in these matters, and-proceed to negotiate for an ho
'able peace now that they have received the message'
the American voter that the Mc (Go..n''- of thi.: natio:
not speak for the majority.
deeply felt emotions.
It- is natural for parents in
Q'gulf County to reflect on ,their
elementary and '.' high school
years' and only recall. the inti-
mat.e r ;:.A of information and
:rn''.-3e from the f'e.' :h .
S-ci..s i.till held insights in
small group discussions with
fellow students. After such re-
'flection,' we are certain our chil-
dren will: do better if the' tea-
cher will, spend "a little time"
on an individual basis. Our as-.
sumptions are correct, but our
reflections are not quite accu-
The density of population arid
improved methods of communi-
cation have made rapidly avail-
able vast quantities of informa-
tion, but has created a society
in which the individual is called
upon to know a far greater quan-
.tity of detailed, technical and
often statistical information. In-
dividuals g r a d u at ing from
schools without this "greater
,quantity" simply are not pre-
pared to gain middle income sal-
We have responded by expand-
ing 6ou junior college instruc-
tional system to gain this "grea-
ter quantity" and yet it is evi-
dent that even in this broadened
educational opportunity other
tools must be implemented to
implant 'these ever-increasing
quantities of information more
effectively and more quickly.
We will discuss in forthcoming
articles these additional "tools",
but we do wsih to make it clear,
that the object of the innova-
tions we report is not to create
a classroom situation that' is at
war with our fond reflections on
our own years in the class
.,c. to the contrary, these
novations have occurred
vwill continue to 'be ..v.
to maintain, and in some de
i" -.- :- : -.sp ..- th'e intimate
thod of, teacher ".:.r*A'- rn:
* :":'.I-.: ,.f :i in tea
student .-'.: time unenceu
ed by tedious ..'- -'.
material ..-: -c.r. the sti
by less personal, but bette
signed for the purpose meth
The mass distribution of
pensive textbooks was an
slaught on the intimate tran
sion of knowledge between
cher and student that occe
before the turn of the cen
Ever since the papearanc
these invitingly interesting
sentations appeared, stu(
have come to unfavorably
pare their progress by stuw
the book rather than listen
the teacher, le has found h.
Oil Has Changed
Way of Living
Rotarians were told at their reg-
ular meeting last Thursday that oil
has been known of all throughout
the history of mankind. J. Lamar
..r, a Rotarian and local Stan-
dard Oil dealer, presented the
Even though oil is described in
the Bible, it was used only for
lamps by those rich enough to af-
ford it and was considered a nui--
sance by those "unfortunate"
enough to have it oozing from
their land until the middle -of the
19th Century. While some seepage,
oil was used at this time, most of
the lubricant and oil for lamps at
this time was furnished by whale
oil and tallow.
Oil was first discovered in a
marketable quantity in America in
the early 1800's by salt drillers
searching for underground. brine.
.The oil was considered a nuisance,
course, because the drillers
were hunting salt.
In 1849 Samuel Kier began skim-
ming oil from the salt brine wells
and dn.i.i],g itlinto kerosene'and
started, a market for his "coal
oil" for lamps. His product Was ex-
pensive because of the tedious,
skimming process used to get the
, In 1859, Col Edwin Drake
brought in the first commercial
oil well in Pennsylvania, but peo-
ple laughted' at him because the
nation "didn't have enough lamps
to burn all that oil".
The distillation of kerosene re-
sulted in the by-product, gasoline
and this eventually led to its use
in an internal combustion engine.
In less than 100 years, the ener-
gy of oil served' as a catalyst io
revolutionize the Way of living
foi everyone in the world.
Set Turkey Shoot
The pWfr.lr a Ji ree willn
'sponsor a Th dnk:. .iftig Turkey
Shoot Satur;:. ';'n .:a ..1. 18.
Tickets 'are 41 00 each and may
be purchased .t. the...i'-. :'very-
one in and around the community
is welcomed .by the Jayc.. toW
come out and support the .shoot.
S;' ," 'Proceeds, from the.'shoot will gf,
toward financing holiday chari-
ties. The shoot will begin at 12:00
.e... read. the book, and go over the
a the material.he'has read, at the pre-
cise rate that is necessary to ca-
c cumulate the information in a
S given course.
they If questions arise, he has found
)nor- the teacher busily presenting
from the same material by way of lee-
n. do ture rather than readily avail-
able to student questions. The
,-,'i:.r :' Y: absurd, but it is
the way of traditions to force an
irrational rule in some instances.
oom. It is truly a credit to the dedica-
ge in- tion of our educators that they
Sang have continued, probably in re-
_.f., sponse to 5'.'....:l demand of
gree, "reflecting" parents rather than
m ne, interested students, to maintain
';i ,- this tradition in the face of such
cher- onslaughts which would seem-
mber-' ingly have demanded surrender-
of ing innovation.
:' S E E
Tommy Thomas Chevrolet
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Call Panama City 785-5222
Nights, call Port St. Joe 227-3477
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Don't look now, but Thanksgiving is but one short
week away. That means the year is gone, and Christmas
is only --". weeks off. Where has the year gone?
'Ori rnrily I can get in the holiday mood at this time
of the year (even "...... the holidays always slip 'up on
us unwary :-:', by the i; Il1 or two. of cool w-.: th r we
'-have had. But this year, the weather has been unseason-
'i.' warm. It's still air :-':,5i. k : weather down here
in Florida. (Eat your hearts out, all you up .north).
.I'll tell you right now, I'm ready for Thanksgiving
this year. That means it's time for my semi-annual three
day, vacation. The other one comes at Christmas time.
'I'm going to be shorted a day or two this -year, because
Ci-,-:tre.u. comes on M...id'-, which means I'll be shorted ,
a day, since Sunday is ordinarily a day off anyhow.
' Bu'. ready or not,. T', uFi:-*'r will be on us one
week from r : v :3so start on 'tbhc. diets now so the 'r.mln-
feasting day won't bother your waistline too much.
From. the looks of the election returns last week, it
appears that' e....:.. of those '."e- ..:- Democrats "who
-2.,i.j vote for a jackass, if he were running as a Demo-
crat" :v,. I.: pp. r,-&d from the scene. 'Many of those
d:. ,- i Democrats had to cast 'a Republican vote to give
President Nixon the land-slide victory he received.
'. ':-' -'i-! to see.it. It gives too much of a sense of
:r. -..' r -.- to those -':. ..1'. who can keep a large
chunk of the electorate under their thumb for their use at
any time. We stand a much .I .--r .' <'.dr position
if we cast our vote for the man and philosophy rather than
for the party i t'j,. '.-r'
I agree with one writer, 11 ..'.'1:, who said the elec-
tions have taken up too much of our valuable time and
spent too much of our r.-..r',y this year. The time and.
money both could' have used to much better advantage.
We rr ,-ht do better with election laws which allowed for
a shorter ,n .' .sivn period. '
Lamar Faison collared me at the ball game Friday '
night and gave me what-for. "Whadoya mean poking fun
at my golf g. ie when you don't even have guts enough
to get out on the course?"
Lamar had a point. Not only do I have insufficient ^
time to ,, around _1*'. *,ing" golf, but I am afraid (I admit) *
I ,,. i. r' i,' a fool of ni-'. lf with a golf. club in my
hand. Or a l:.,:" fool, according to whichever definition
you are .!" 1 ...1 .L
Even a bigger fool than I 'makelof myself putting the
t -.': -in ,.- forms of the front page on publication
*The f;.,t. letter I. opened in this week's mail was an
envelope I r-..-'i.,] (o. n- m.rlTd "Sumerduck, Va.". Thit's
Zr, (7'Ak '&74:, .A ; .'. by the name of W. C. Taylor
-. ,t'-:'4 a few papers to see what kind of town'we have
here. He wanted to come here on a vacation in a couple
of mrr.r ti.-
Getting a r' ,-.',t for papers to see what kind of town
we have I. : is common :fm y}th here at The Star, but
to get a letter postmarked "Sumerduck" was certainly
odd enough to arouse an interest. That's almost as odd
a 1.". ., .,,t3'1 as "Astifunulga, Ga."
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School -..... 9:45 A.M.
M.,ni,. Worship 11:00 A.M.
Methodist .Youth Fellowship ................ 5:45 P.M.
Ev.'..,ir Worship 7:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendlinesq Stirl Sur Ives"
m I b
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner. Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
SDeWITT MATHEWS, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ......... 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:30
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCHl
fCrner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY 8HOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............ 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. OD M, Pastor
YouI Can Do:Bietter
Dp Not Speak for Majority
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THE STAR Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
Jihine or urz eeirl,t, i:~4ji
fI at Inr tb.rr :2, r)S yi~
nig3 h, oicril r,m'i'
in ts ,'ter i t h,:cs tief, ao
tj- akre-ar utvr' Ir ir r
Shw ayax, .ti~ i
Mr.' r anrl f IL Weley
Th::,iand Rjtb fleming,
f .1 '~AMrs. L.:'
Dr. Joseph P. Hendrix Named A "n
Fellow of Family Physicians Group DENIM
g.ArJ;SAa f;ITY, Mo.- poseph P 'orilf nat;oDl D iedilJ r p r
HIjndr -, MDI ? J P .ft F,r,,: has members .t t pr,
l.bf,4n n.vw.oi.,J fellow of hr, Amer ,: ir,' rt t..,.
h*f A..,.j. h j, ,. I Prp.. .
.,J <, f ." .. .,. ,,.,,, ,, :r. qh You reap t
atal.il$ o t h.u, |,. f ,fi' rlly !'-' t I" i- -
. .. ;, .t uf pa a a ni^ L. i Sleeve. Polyetkr'
;t'" lu" h Doom Meu"" PRINT PANTS TOPS
,-"P'. .. .*,,.A 20 ,, ....... I* .M ..'N1 "l : 3
"FT l..',,i. ...i. ..... 1 .0i r. ree -.Tuna salad on lettuce, eggs, c.I ,
to ur., ihf fufiI. :"r:l.,. *.f ..> ', pikles,' t'E'L peas; to''i.; &
h... *,,r AAi(- i'r 4.- -. '" ... a' r s or`
myt. a *. ;t .,. I, 'i.. ,. Tuesday, November 21
A v.i. ru. .' ....i,.in .'..r ...I'., Ilf,; E l '-,mieft:.K V 'd ij> i o '.s ...
AA w"F. annual .. ,-,-,I .. -e ...i .'.. i Price $5.99 to $10.99
s ... -n ,, gravy ; M L x dozen 'just arrived. Color
Cirty aa-i. I tL p aad cranber ry sa uce, .
M d '....- .'. i.', If .- "'' pple eke, ,t '-. and mi
. Ti ~ ,.: .' :.l p' H il School i
8. ..s.... bu.. CHILDREN
', -3. .. I d _, : ,.: .: .b .a n,
lt ;, m r.. .. *5 i ". t':-i4i' ; n Ar i e .. :,
T,. -" .-_ n." a ,,j b., ,, ,,,.. -e Investments, That Yield
y H.. .. ., r,.. ... r 1 "iant'Retur- '
lian 30n) )iLI. y .j..tor tbh. Va rni cqultf.- Washa
Smart new 72 styles
| Double Knit Nylon Stnret
'I.grAlar Price $4.99 to 6.
S Popularr new styles in, prints and
IUIh 4r i j u IAn! t"i <'iomr
I U li P ~ II III1" ill llllP llI : ......' ....... .................
C H A T T E R
by Florida Power Corp.
OLD FASHIONED DRESSING
3%Y cups bread crumbs
3Y2 cups cornbread crumbs
2/3 cup melted margarine
1 cup chopped onion
2 cups chopped celery
4, hard-cooked eggs, chopped.
2 teaspoons salt
s ixes OY2to12 n r".ulaf, ~DOU
but True. wh- andjf wid idth.I
u r & t p ,, ,A A. A
$5 99 t, $J,49
Wrangler, We over-
ble. As .erted colors.
s, Regular price $6.99
- ItMME -
Our Favorite Son
Value to $4.00
Sizes 8-18 Wallace Berry and tape
.neck styles. Long sleeves in solids -
and stripes. Permanent press in
dacron and cotton. Guaranteed by
'Campus to hold their shape after
repeated J-. ,;nqP See the new
.,r,-, look on sale.
rofits with Our Valuable Customers
SThe People's Choice. With Grateful Spirit. BOYLES Continues to Share Pi
I More Selection, More Qualiy. The Store That Saves You More When You Pay
.. ANDSLIDE Ladies Suede
Lu:Xiuriouiis Crlore Soft
S8.69 o 100% prime leather. Regular
price $25.00. Colors to coorjin.
ate wit h all outf'ls.
Values to $25.00 m this group. Jui-.'
Sior, Missy and Half Sizs. All .
new '72 styles. Regular price $6.9
P-I.fltf1.t fIr tii New Layered Winner b, A Londs
'SHRINK TOPS $3.69 Hunting Boot
I -.eitar V;ilues to, $5.99 ~" G Ct, i, ,-,A 1 o
v,. l d .-f-J c', or solids. The hand, M crl ,rt n l t i i- h
." i. -I < .. ...l- I -ar c h o0
1i', _"____.....__'"'- ._ iv I 11:I ,I
BOYS kEGULAR $19.99 to $24.99
Sizes 121 to 20. Water repellant, zip out lining,
and in London Fog styling by Campus. Single
or double breasted.
Our 'iu.tomer The Winner
Raglan shoulder for better fit and
nor.-' freedom. Cotton and polyes-
ter blend. Ktnt tof-fif M de ip USA
by Frupt of t'iL., Loo Sie- SM :L,
U$2d.r 9 itioIll, q" 3 i.r ,d o re .
2 for) $4.69
,- AVY FAVORITE IN COUNTY
BLE KNIT SLACKS by LEVI
$14o..00 Now $12.69
tswear knit flares are 100% texturized Encron
Machine washable and dryer-proof. Permanent
r needs ironing. Sizes 28-42 in 3042-34 length.
Men's and Boys' AIl-Purpose
Values 1 :Ya
Quality tailored by Mr. Wrangler In gold
or blue. Zip-front, dacron and cotton. P" I
manent\ press, washable. Boys sizes 8-18.
Men's sizes S-M-LoXL.
S'\S imr. or Dress
Ivaluts to $14.00
Lace up or slip on styles. Large
'Ispecial group in size 6/4 ,ot 12.
Must ,aik~ ruom 'for ew styles
arrivir o po stle
t% :teaspoon pepper 1 n't met the 1972 deductible before
1% teaspoons sage Social ec rit Give Information October, he should send in all of
Steaspon pouitr yseasoning cuIy ivhiss medical bills for covered ser-
3 cups broth from boiled giblets M 11 vices for the last three months of
Melt margarine; add celery nad Co corning Medicare Carry-0ver 1972, according to Robinson.
onion and cook till tender, Pour' "The 'carry-over' amount will be
into large bowl and .:1.i oth. in- Under the "carry-over" rule of care begin, the patient must meet, credited to your deductible fol
gredients. Sfuff loosely into tur- the medical insurance part of the annual deductible-the first 1973", he said.
key cavity or spread into greased' Medicare, doctor bills for October. $50 of covered medical expenses The bills should be seni in with
casserole. Bake for one hour at November and December may in accumulated in a calendar year. a Request for Medicare Payment
325 degrees. Makes enough for 12 some cases count toward the $501 "The carry-over .rule helps the form, available at most doctors'
pound turkey. annual deductible for- both 1972 Medicare patient who might other- offices and all social security of-
,Dressing Balls for Turkey and 1973, according to David Rob- wise have to pay the $50 deduc- fices. They should be' sent to Blue-
Canned broth or hot water inson, Social Security Field Rep- tible twice in a short period of Cross Blue Shield, Jacksonville,
Turkey or chicken drippings resentative for Gulf County. time," Robinson said-"once at the Florida, the health insurance or-
4 cups day-old bread cubes The medical insurance part of end o f one year, again at the be- ganization that handles medical
% cup melted margarine Medicare helps pay for doctor bills ginning of the next year. Under insurance payments in Florida.
salt and pepper to taste and a variety of other medical ex- the carry-over rule, doctor 'bills for Anyone needing help in com-
3 T. finely chopped onion penses of almost everyone 65 and October, November and December pleting the request for medicare
3 T. finely chopped celery which can be counted toward your paymentform should get n touch
2 T. finely chopped parsley or bine remaining ingredients except $50 deductible for 1972, can apply with the sociall security office in
celery leaves butter. Shape into 1/2-inch balls, to the deductible &for both 1972 Panama City. Toll free phone ser-
Butter Place in buttered baking dish; dot and 1973." I vice is available to residents of
Add. enough ,broth to turkey with butter. Bake at 350 degrees Even if a Medicare patient has- this area by dialing "0" and ask-
drippings to make one cup. Corn- till browned. over. Before payments from Medi- ing for WX-4444.
Cash and Pay Less!
Men's and Boy's
ALL PURPOSE COATS
Sizes 36 to 48 Regular and Longs
Regular $34.99 $19. 69
NOW ONLY ...------- moi
* Regular "'4.99 14.
NOW ONLY --$-46--------
S" JuiArMiss Candidates
SrU. r lAilU I*1T 1:M ]
Meeting exhusti te needlli auima I e n busllnea t.
you need1yor imufflerlt fe dll. tieo e
every way qual., pi andm f I NSTANT i i
1 ineetu Mexhft yatemailipa iB
lp sn8dccuforisfor-typ of whid-S-FMT-*
AlIiB3ig 0Wfit arit p MW at -
MUFFLERS eMs _mU
;" Mo-I A' Ma, .- .
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS CO.
201 Long Avenue Phone 227-141
I a. _I~rm_ r, -. -- II -
SPAE FOR WE STAR Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
3a -storNov. RICH and SONS' IGA -- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
'dft __w -AW A q q w wKqpA
i li -
IGA Brown and-Serve (Reg. $1.32) Pkgs. of 12
IGA--Cola, Orange, R
ROLLS 3 -89c Drinks
Morrell, Shank Portion
SMOKED HAMS ---- lb. 53c
Tablerite Beef Standing
RIB ROAST--- --b. $1.18
Tablerite Lbin End
USDA Grade "A", Frozen Young Tablerite PORK LOIN ROAST--- lb. 88
HEN TURKEYS--- lb. 49c Tablerit BACON--- b. 88c
SSL ICED BACON Ib 88c
1DSU A Grade "A' Frozen
COOKED HAM 3 Ib. can $32
Morrell Abhole or Shank Half)
SMOKED HAMS -- lb. 651
USDA Grade 'A' Frozen. Young Tablerite Basteez
I 1 10to 14 LB. AVG.
Tablerite Pure Pork
1 b. roll 68c
STablerite All Meat
FRANKS ---- 12 oz.
Morrell Pride Smoked .
PORK LOIN ROAST lb. $1.18
ROLLS -- pkg. of 24 37c
KRAFT With $5.00 Order
Quart Jar 58
HALF GALLON 9
BUTTER--------Ilb. qtrs. 79c
MARGARINE -------- pkgs.
Loot Beer, Grape, Ginger Ale
Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order or More
1 doz. EGGS.. FREE
Libby's Stuffed 7% Oz. Jar
Stuffed Olives --------jar
Aluminum Foil------25 ft. roll 49c
Libby No. 2% Can
Pumpkin Pie Mix ---- 2 cans 89c
Pillsbury or Ballard
F L 0 U R---------5 lb. bag 49c
Mixed Nuts------ 13oz.can 89c
Kleenex Napkins ----pkg. of 50
Lux 'Liquid --------22 oz. btl.
Bath Size Bars
Lifebuoy Soap --------2 bars
All Varieties Brach's Window Box
Chocolates --------2 boxes
All Varieties Brach's Poly Bag
Chocolates ------ 1 lb. bag
TableriteFresh CREAM CHEESE 8 oz. pkg. 33c Vanilla Extr
Ground no IGA-No. 300 Can o V
Chuck Ib.TOC CRANBERRY SAUCE
ct -----2 oz. btl.
Del Monte (Sliced-Crushed-Chunk)
McKenzie 18 Oz. Bags
PETITE PEAS-- ---- --2 bags
PECAN PIE --- 24 oz.
Mrs. Smith's '
PIE SHELLS------- Pkg. of 2
- FRUIT SALE
$1 00 ORANGES
vA P P LES
I L.K GRAPEFRUIT
3 Bedroom House
and Large Concrete Block Building, wooden
barn with approximately 1 acre of land
Located at White City
CONTACT E. J. RICH
at RICH and SONS IGA
229-4562 Home phone 229-6811
41 ACRES of LAND in WHITE CITY
$1,200.00 per acre
Available by the acre or the whole tract
K U M Q U ATS ------- bag 39c
AV 0 CA D0 PEARS----each 10c
RADISH ES--- bag 10r
Fresh Slicing Fresh Tender
CUCUMBERS --- .4 for 19c Yellow SQUASH ----lb.
Floiida Home Grown Best Flavor
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich anwd Sons
' r '
HEALTH and BEAUTY AIDS
Antiseptic (Reg. $2.49 Value)
LISTERINE --- 32 oz. btl. $1.59
Regular $1.25 Value'
Regular 69c Value
-_pkg. of 36 97c
4 oz. btl. 57c
_ ~ IIII i
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -NOT STAMPS
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
VICA Club Eects Officers
Thursday, November 9, VTC.A. (VocationalI Industrial Clubs of,
America), had its first meeting of the year All officers were elected.
Kneeling, left to right, are oihcers of the club; Lamar Mathis, Par-
liamentarian; Keith Davidson reporter- Phil Maxwell, president;
Ronnie Butler, Vice-Pre:tdent, MikeCross, Secretary, Fzarikie Rich,
Treasurer. Members of the club standing, left to right are Front row
Charles Linsey, Steve Brant, Jimmy Hicks, Mike WiLliamson, Michael
D ikey, Lee Parker Back row C .'re 'Vii:-'Wiis Pi'ond i Hart 'Eco
Kirkland, Tony McFariand, Kit Mahiburn, Ray Mllher and Martin
W DISCOUNT PRICES ON NATII
big 5Ya quart -'
cooker, fryer a,$*9
S SAVE $27
3c llert cookeryl
50-pc. service for 8
7 77 rSt ,
a. rl '*n
W Il newr rust x .A C :
o, tor"' ..'n2 I $2
Realtone deluxe ACDC
Works on house current 2
or b.Ateries- includes
jacks, mAke, bjttermes,
don't miss exciting holiday shots
Square Shooter II
eg ,$2380 2 83
$2.01 2 .1 -
'Shoots life-like colorful Polariod shots, and
folds compactly for carrying.ard storage.
QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge
14 powerful speeds!
Big 5 cup glass Jar and
powerful 14-speed mo-
tor Helpful recipe
GULF COUNTY. MEN'S LEAGUE postponed.
St. .Joe Lanes took three points Standings W L
from Campbells Drugs in action Shirt and' Trophy ------ 23 9
this week.'High man for St. Joe ,Murdock's TV_ -----23 13
Lanes wa: Harry Low.vry with 475. Basic Magnesia -- -----23' 17
For Campbell s it was R. B. Rich- Roclie's Furniture. ------20 16
ardson with 493 Campbel's Driug------- 17 15,
Shirt and Trophy holds first T.: m--n'i" G 'iI .r'. 20. 20i
place now after taking. three Marvin's IV 8 24
pcirjt" from Murdock's TV Tal St. Joe LI..n --------- 10 30
Preston held. 'p Si'.rt h T':.'C y -- --
with his 544 series. Wa',,ne Erns "
I a- :.: ar I -" Consumer Book'
ini Mudtck aoded a 5ul.
Bas!c Magnesia pulled three A
j "..)rnts fi n ...r : s:A .a ila'-e
ice. Bo Bowngt',r led Basic with "Consumer Product Informa-
a 562 :er es ,le ommy f ,tibn"; a booklet that li-ts G :"n-
ELL 514.Lr Imekt I ,a ol. I Lsof Io .: .
Laine.s '7 and 8 A-e d as Mar- ment rrP'I.- of '- u:.
ine z TX' rd P .cte s6 ..:, ru r-ie "consumers, is available at the Pan-
I .n Z TV ar.d P.r-,es Furen ture ci8t y. SoCj..
SFtdC'ral p.i' L'atron.' about appli-j
ances,, a..ionoa e fn',.d, clhing,
'A i j i,; h .C.l-- n -- .? l care, .
.r iLIy budgets, social security, r
,. ,tc of interest fc.
The index I: brouvbt up to date
ONAL BRANDS ;e's.; .,, r,-'.tr, ,-he"Con-
: u r Project Coordinating ,Cen-
t.cr" of t'e U. S. General Services
S Single copies of "Consumer Pro-
,-,_ Ci t,?Sol S '. Jrity Officen
'ara C.ty,, ocial Se..urity Office
-;,:,,' ,L: a eJi._r.h r,', the ',.f .. '
;ccorswIhn. to L.'. id R.3binson, So-,
iial Se'.utr,' Field Pepresentative
for GOuit ';ont
Bob Sikes Honored By University
Of Georgia For Forestry Work
Congressman Robert L. F. Sikes (D-Fla.), a
1927 graduate of the .tnivIerity .of, Georgia's Col-
lege of' -... t *, s .:::-: t'.: as an
b' .or-ir.. : n, ,i-.-i.r 'into the.Aghon Societ:. of the
.,-''.W.i"u Georgia. Shown ..:n: r 'i .tr
Congressman Sikes, right, and the .other two in'-'
tiates, Dr. Jerry Clutter, left,, of the School of.
1:-. 'r. Po er f.rt'"'e'':v of i i'i, and
,Dr. William. ,C.:'-.':hi Tr'd f.. nrn .head of the
Agrosomy Department at the University of Geor
gi is. Jimmy Rich, president of the Aghon So-
ci4t7. The, Society, a student organization con- ,-
.-: i:i of '._t.r.,: students from the College
of Agriculture, College of Veterinary Medicine,
and School of Forestry Resources, recognizes
annually leaders who make 'outstanding contri-
butions in these three fields. Membership in the .
A'h:- *r', .e':- is. the i ': oro. a male stu-
dent can achieve in one of these three colleges.
attractive men's & women's styli
Gruen, Benrus, Waltham, Helbros
son savings on your
choice of famous
name wrist warch:es.. 9
some with calondars.
Layaway now for req. $23.94
Chriatmas! AVC- $4.01
- Sa You Saw It In Tha Star -
I extra large hood! Sunbeam
Large hood accomo-
dates a. full head of
rallies. 4-comfort heat
settings-folds flat for
G V 3
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER- 16, 1972
Show Sat., Sun.
MISS KATEINA MARGUERITE FARRIS
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W.,Far-.
'risof Port St. Joe announce the
enga'-tjrent of their daughter,
Katrina Marguerite Farris, to
James Munday Crews,-son -of
Mrs. 'James MortonCrews and
the late Mr. Crews of Atlaxnta,
Miss Farris is.the grdAddaugh-
Iter of Mrs. Clarence C. Williams
:and the late Mr. Williams 'and
Mr. and Mrr. Wesley F. Farris,
Small of Port St. Joe;
The bride-elect received her
BS degree in executive secretar-
ial studies from the Utmvex:rty
of Southern Mississippi where
,she was a member of Pi Pd-fa
Phi. She is now empl,,.ed by the
Hansel, Post, Brandon and Dor-
Perm~it ReqUired 0fo Hunting In
A *l i ll^l N i ^l L U^F t Af
The Gulf Art Association will the wheed after consuming an ex- /JM U "lICL|||LUEI
present a Sidewalk Art Show Sat-1 cessive amount of alcohol, are p
urday .and Sunday afternoon of finding 'the odds of being arrested
this week on the sidewalk near are becoming greater all the time. TALLAHASSEE Sportsmen
the Florida Power Corporation According to J. D. Wright, Jr., planning to hunt in the Apalachi-
office on Reid Avenue. Show hours Director of the Governor's High- cola National Forest in northwest
will be from 12:00 noon to 6:00 way Safety Commission, "The Florida are reminded that the en-
p.m. Saturday and. 1:00 to 5:00 number of arrests of DWI by the tire forest area is now included in
p.m. Sunday. Registration of paint- Florida lHigh:'-." Patrol during the Apalachicola Wildlife Manage-
ings will be 1:-0 p.m. each day. the first' 42 webk' of 1972, has ment Area.
Artists are encouraged to disrisen by 22.2 this yearArrest The new Apalachicola Area in-
play their work in all mediums records indicate .&,316motorists eludes 'the former Leon-Wakulla
and crafts and must pick up their were. charged with DWI during and T :' areas as well as other
S' h '.t:N Li Fnne and one-healf months-
displays Sunday afternoon at 5:00 n :i. of the National Forest in
p.m. Artists may enter as. many of 1971, and th; number has risen Leon, Wakulla, Liberty and Frank-
p.minti.gs Ar crafts as they wish. t 7,720 for the same period this lin counties.
"sntigs 'crafts as the- wish, year."
ear. -According to the Game and
T&Mr tJeli 'Mitchell is, president "Alcohol is involved in aplrox-
,of the' Gulf rArt 'Association and, imately half of all fatal crashes",
-Mrs. Ocyiee ,'ur.' and- Mrs Sue' Wright reported, "and removing
Roberts are co-chairmen of the the drinking driver from the road
show. is the best way we know of to
help everyone ARRIVE ALIVE"
He indicated the pilot program cur-
Cub Pack No. 47 'rently being conducted in Hills-
1 -ts Id y borough County, to learn how to
MeetS Monday deal .with persons apprehended
and convicted of the charge, will
The Cub Scout Pack 47 meet- ..... all citizens of the State.
ing for November will ,be 'held A simPilar program is in the devel-
Monday night, November 20 at opmant stage for Dade County.
7:30 p.m. in-4he Port St. Joe High
School ,Commons area.
There will be" a training session Don't Send Flowers
for adult leaders Saturday, Novem- Regularly people are asked to
ber 18 at the Union Hall on Sixth
Street, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. not send flowers to special oc-
casions and funerals, but are
and 1:00 'to 3:00 p.m. requested to donate instead to
Langford Will Speak
To 'Bottle Collectors
The Northwest Florida Regional
Battle' Clubh will hol d its regular
sey law firm of Atlanta, Georgia. monthly meeting Saturday, Novem-
Mr. Crews received his BS de- ber 18 at 7:30 p.m.
S- in business k; i' i c*sts'
.from Florida State Uw EIrity 'Guest speaker for tLh, evening
where he was president of the will- be .Ernest Langford, program
Kappa Alpha Order for two chairman and treasurer of the St.
years, n,,i later served as Na- Andrews Bay Bottle Collectors As-
tional -Travcling Secretary for, sociation. His topic will be '"History
two' years. 'He re Tive his MS .rf the Coca-Cola -Bottle .in Bay
degree in management fkom he CoMty." .
University of South Carolina and Anyone wishing to see a very
was later a Major in the Army rare and beautiful le, don't
:A.tive R E .r-je;. He ih employed mis this meeting whic... will be
by the State of Georgia as Assist- held in the Adult .Education'Room
ant Director of the Departmnnt in the Centennial Building.'
of the Off':,ndr Rehabilitation. re a d
- The' wedding will be an event
*,of January 27, at Saint James B t
United bodirt thi. AtlaA
ta, Georgia. "
One step won't take you very far,
You've got to keep on walking.
One word won't tell 'em who you are
You've- got to keep on talking.
An inch won't make you very tall,
You've got to keep on growing.
One little ad won't do it all,
You've got to keep them going.
A constant drop of water
Wears away the hardest stone;
By constant gnawin', Towser
Masticates the toughest bone.
The constant, cooing lover
Carries off the, blushing maid.
And the constant advertiser
Is the one who gets the trade!
HARD TO BELIEVE?
MAKE US PROVE IT!
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. ICraig,
Jr., Rt. 3, Port St. Joe, announce
the .birth ,o a. baby girl, Cassie
Linda on October 5.
Mr..and Mrs. Earnest. E. Cox of
Apalachicola announce the birth
of a- son, William Edward on Oc-
Mr. and Mrs.' Carlouis E. Russell
of East Pdint, announce the arri-
val of a son,, Carious Eugene, Jr.,
on October 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rex Addi-
'son, Sr., of Wewahitchka, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Joseph
Rex, Jr., on October 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Banks of
Apalachicola, announce the birth
of A baby girl, Rhonda Montbz on
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Jensen of
Wewahitchka are the parents of
.-a son, Jack Louis, Jr., on October'
Mr.. and Mrs. John Dennis Scul-
ley of Highland View announce
the. birth of a son, Connie Lynn
on' October 24.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Parrish,
119 Westcott Circle announce the
birth of a baby boy, Richard Bry-
an on. October 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Wood,
1310 Garrison Ave.,. announce the
birth of a baby girl, Linda Cath-
erine on October 27,
SMr. and Mrs. John Robert Wil-
liams, 607 Garrison Avenue, an-
nounce' the birth of a' daughter,
Christa Wetona on October 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hamm of
East Point -are the parents of a
baby girl, Tirah'Jeanine, born Oc-
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyd
Brown, 522% Third St., are the
parents of a son, Christopher Mi-
chael, born October 31.
'Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mike Lud-
lum of Rt. 1, Wewahitchka, are
the parents of a baby girl, Cyn-
thia Annette, born October 31.
Mr. and Mrs. Huey Huston Hardy
of Highland View announce the
arrival of a son, Huey Huston, Jr.,
on November 5.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital in Port St. Joe.)
various unds,., including me
Heart Fund and the Cancer So-
In Port St. Joe these dona-
tions may be sent to 'Mrs. Vir-
ginia Arnold, treasurer for the
Heart Fund and Mrs. T. D. Hut-
chins, treasurer for the Gulf
County Chapter of the American
Mount Carmel Baptist Church
will observe its annual Women's
Day Sunday, November 19. There
will 'be three services :Sunday
School at 10:00 A.M., Worship Ser-
vices at 11:00 A.M. and an inspir-
ational Bible pageant at 6:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend.
The program committee is Sis-
ter Ola Clemons, Sister ,arleen
Everette and Sister Maxine K.
a *lauuIia ruiesi riela
Fresh Water Fish Commission and stamp for $2.50.
the U. S. Forest Service, hunting The Apalachicola Area opened
regulations for wildlife manage- November 11 and will remain open
ment areas will apply to the en- through January 14 for deer hunt-
tire forest and hunters will be re- ing. The area will remain open
quired to possess a regular hunting through February 25 for squirrel
license and a wildlife management and quail hunting.'
area stamp. Camping within the Apalachicola
Resident hunters age 65 and Aea is restricted to designated
over are exempt from license and campsites as follows:
stamp requirements. CT,..-n un- Franklin County-Wright Lake
der the age of 15, are exempt from and Hickory Landing.
license requirements and may ob- Liberty County-Camel Lake,
tain a wildlife management area Big Gully Landing, White Oak
Landing, Cotton Landing, Berry
Patch, Cliff Lake, Cat Branch,
I : "' Landing, Porter Land-
ing, Whitehead Landing and
Auto Mechanics Program In High
School Provides Two Years Training
The Auto Mechanics program
at Port St. Joe High School is
popular with the boys. It is de-
signed 'to give the students an-
opportunity to learn all phases
of auto repair.
The program is a two year
course which meets for three
hours a day, twice a- day. One
period is for first year students
and the second for second year
students. The first hour of each
class is for classroom instruc-
tion and the, other two hours is
on-the-job training. Each stu-
dent receives three credits per
Industrial Arts and Consumer
Math are pre-requisites for en-
try into the auto mechanics pro-
gram. Students must be in the
10th grade or 16 years of age be- -
fore entry into the. program.
S The auto mechanics program
is taught by Sammy Parker.
I Shown above in the photo
receiving instructions from Par-
ker are, left to right; Phil Max-
well, Mike Cross, Harold Hardy,
Ricky Gomillion and Terry
Leon County-Silver Lake, Clear
Lake, Buckhorn, Otter Camp and
Wakulla County Pope Still,
Pine Creke Landing, Macks Land-
ing, Sanborn and Wood Lake.
Camping is limited to 60 consec-
utive days between September 16
and May 14, except at Silver Lake
.where camping is limited to 30
Sportsmen may obtain maps and
regulations of the Apalachicola
Area from the U.S. Forest Service
or from the Game and' Fresh Wa-
ter Fish Commission. 'Maps and
regulations will also be available
at the Apalachicola Hunt head-
quarters located near Jewell Tow-
er'on State Road 67.
REGISTRATION of FICTITIOUS
We the undersigned, being duly
sworn, do hereby declare under
oath that the names of all per-
sons interested in the business or
pr.-f. :sion carried on undpr the
name of" K AND D TELEVISION
and SOUND", 301 Reid Ave., Port
St. Joe, Florida, and the extent of
the interest of. each, is as follows:
Neil K. Arnold, Sr., and Virginia
A. Arnold, owners.
NEMI. K. ARNOLD, Sr.
VIRGINIA A. ARNOLD
IT'S EASY TO PLAY SANTA AT
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL
Smart Santas belong to Florida First National Bank's Christ-
mas Savings Club. They decide how much they'll need for
holiday shopping, set aside a regular amount each week
in our Savings Club and put on their Santa caps for
carefree Christmas shopping and giving secure in the know-
ledge that the first of the year will not bring a deluge of
bills to be paid. Why don't you join today?
som wasw \il\lll
Drunk 'Drivers Face
Florida motorists that haven't
learned to stay away from behind
THE SIAR, Port St. Joe, Florid THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
84", m amini on 21. Heavy duty cooling system (Continued from Page 1)'
12. 5 speed transmission, direct 22. Twin two beam revolving
in fifth beacons and siren mounted
13. Front axle:6000 lb., minimum on roof cross- a iseta Game Sharks
14. Rear axle 17500 lb., 2 speed on car. Beacons minimum 8"
NoTICE TO BID minimum high, 8%" diameter; color,
BID NO. 131 .15. Front springs 3000 lb., capa- blue, 12 vo t ete and the Sar had
SThe City of Port St Joe cordial- city at pad minimum long, 7%1" high. 6" diameter, 'give up the ball.
ly invites you to bid on any or 16. Read springs 10590 lbs., ca- high pitch:
ly invites you to bid on any Or pacity at pad minimum 23. A car radio Both teams traded the ball
all of the following described e- 17. 2250 lb. Auxiliary springs, 24, Heavy duty teel wire mesh thesecond half opened, but t
Item 1. ew 1973 Model One 18. u safety dage. instafed' behind Shark defense was still getti
Item 1. New 1973 Model One 18. Frame reinforced 36000 lbs. front sea extending r in the big play; Vigl Nee, t
(1) Ton Truck, Chassis with Cab. PSI-SM 19.20 seatextending frm in the big play. Virgil eel,
Specifications: 19. Brakes vacuum hydraulic 25 Facto roo ofinstalled fast idle sophomore giant came in bri
Spe ao:19. Brakes Vacuum hydraulic' 25..Factory installed fast idle '
1. Undercoated (extra heavy) heavy duty frame mounted arm adjuster y to stop Quibeys Thomas
: 2. Oil Filter vacuum brake boosters 26. Public address system with his tracks as the Tigers attem
3, Heavy duty Battery, 70 amp 20. Vacuunr reserve tank speaker wired through siren! ed to move out of their own t
S4; Alternator, 42 amp .. 21. Hydraulic hoist to be double 27. Against the. purchase price
5. Heavy Duty 'Radiator and arm design, with 7" cylinder of this Patrol Car, the City ritoiy .v then C;ght Z.efger
Shroud (highest capacity 15" piston stroke. Mounted. wishes t trade in one (1) his -'wn r t -y,_dIed asri Terry Lc
available) ".... on sub frame ,. i" 1 Ford "door sedan, ett .::*. ^.S',^-; fo r anoth
6. 8 Cylinder Engine---360' Cu- 22, Cast spoke wheels e 1968 Fo 4 1eor sedan, ets on 7 screen par atn
bic Inch Displacement,, min. 23. 2--:25x20 10-ply tires front which i crrently in use as loss on screen pass atte
7. Heater and Defroster "-mounfed on 7" rims a Pseeatrol Car and may be and the Tigrs had to kick fr
S8. 5"x8"-LH. and R.H. Out- 24. 4-9:00x20 10-ply tires rear seein in Prt Sth Joe their own seven.
S. side Rear view Mirrors. -mounted o7" rims 28. Include allstandard equip-
9. Tu-tone paint (body black 25. 8'x12 platform dbody ody ment and safety features 'Thadus Russ fielded the pu
top cab white with steel header and cab 29. Equal or better above speci- .just across the 50 yard line
10. Heavy Duty vinyl seat protector, 36" steel sides fications brought it all the way back
11 Heavy -Duty 1725 lb.. front withtailgates hinged on 30. Request approximate delv- roug all e way ack
spring- : sides, and closing in center ery date' the Quincy 29. Jim Moore thi
12. Heavy duty rear spring and 26. Include all standard equip- Bd sa,, l b- ... ,e .i a ,e a key block to give Ken W
S aux. 4075 m' ent and safety features oe .nd plainly marked "B NOt" e to unwind a 20-yardpass
13. inimdim GVW 8000 lb. 27. F""0 "or better above speci- loBeIand plainy red "BD NO. t t p
4. m "eelba eca t axle* i betton 131". The City of Port St. Joe re- Russell Chason and all of a s
60" minimum '28. Requ.it approximate deliv- serves-the right to accept or re-. den the Sharks were knock
15. 4 speed transmission ery date ect any or all 'bids, waive any 'at the door again. Robert Di
'16. Two speed electric wind-. Item ID New 1973 Model 4. informalities, and to choose th ens and Danny Ethridge pi
shield .wipers Door Automobile to be used as a bid deemed bes to meet the Citys t
17.5 8.75x16.5E 8 ply tubeless F.e Ptrl gar needs. up three tough ones to ca
/ type tires .. ificaticB~: Bids must be submitted to the the Sharks 'to the one, t]
18. 6.75" wheels 1 BI.ter --70 nips; Alterna- City Clerk's Office, P.O. Bo,: A, Dickens bulled over for
19. Clutch-heavy duty 11" tor--42 amps, and amp me- P'rt St. Joe, Florida-32456, no la- TD. Jim Moore again kicked
20. Front bumper t er and r.1 pressure gauge ter than 12:00 Noon, EST, Novem-
9 21. Directional signals, front and Und r.-..aed ~r 1972. Bid- opening will be extra point to gve the Sha
rear c ,. N Ha; .:' pi a seats, all i-'; 1- C egular City Commis- a 14-7 lead in the closing
22. Heavy duty reai1 step type vinyl .r m \ t.-.-fr,e November 21, 1972, onds of the third quarter.
bumper (for leading model 4. 15 wheels at 8 00 PM., EST, in, the Munici-
108AB-E"'W utiiit,' b'dy) '5 Tire: Gi 15 4pI.. pal Building;, Port St. Joe, Florida. ,About two minutes into,
23. Include. all standardd "equip-.,. b h .tt.. --. ;'.r,:.". + ", LJ. ^' rr ,. be bid FOB Port last' quarter, Zeigler connect
entarid safety features" 1 "B .. 4SI;- 4 : St J F A.* ,with Fn rj Coleman'with a .s
S4. Equal or better above' sped. 8 Direct'onal signals Bidders are requested to submit ____w___
fications / 9 Color-blac.k wih white top bids. in item sequence and totaled.
25. Request approximate deliv- h ,' re .t deck and e. : C. W. BROCK 11-16
.ery date 'f a.i d.,' and i ir-: City Auditor and Clerk 2t CLASSIFIED ADS
Item II.: Two (2) New 1973 Flat 10 FaC-.' a.: rcditioner
bed Dump Trucks. 14. F-cir.,'.' hreter and defroster Midget Investments w
Specifications: 12. Spotlight, heavy duty 'type NOTICE TO BID
1. Undercoated ., 'r ,linted' on lpft, side front BID NO. 132 Giant Returns! Call 2273161
'2. Heavy duty battery, 70 amp do6r i: -'t with inside con-i The City of Port St., Joe, Florida,
3. Alternator, 55 amp' 1 trol invites bids on the following des-
4. Oil filter 13. Oil filter cribed material:
5. Engine heavy, duty---300 Cu- 14. Engine h ylaii'-.ki .ith r ,in- '.1000' of 5/8" diameter 6x19Building, Port S Joe, no
S. bic Inch Displacement, mini- u B.l.g P .,o.. :. 2 IWRC reg. lay wire ropeBJoe, no i
1n rm, c, L m,,tr i .,:'. ) .-r~ .',' 1000' of 9/16'" diameter 6x19 than 4:00 P.M., EST, Novembe
d.- Oil bath an cleaner 15. Heavy duty springs and hea- IWRC reg. lay wire rope. 1972.Bid opening to be at reg
7. Heater and defroster, fresh vy duty shock absorbers 'All prices F.O.B., Port St. Joe, City Commission meeting at
air type 16. Electric 2 speed windshield Florida, Tax Exempt. Delivery date' P.M., EST, November 21, 197
8. Two speed -electric wind- wipers, minimum and any discount offered'must be the Municipal Building. Fort
shield wipers 17. 119" wheelbase, minimum, stated on bid. Bids must show price. Joe, Florida. Bids shall be se
9. 6"x16"--RH. and L.H. out- 18. Outside. rear view mirrors, per foot, extended and totaled. n an envelope and plainly ma
side Western type mirrors i R.H. and L.H. The City, reserves 'the right toBID NO. 132
10. Tu-tone paint (body black- 19. Power steering accept or reject any or all bids. C. W. BROCK 1
top cab white). 20. Power disc' brakes-heavy- All bids must be submitted' to city Auditor and Cler]
'11. 158" wheelbase cab to axle -duty fade resistant the City Clerk's office, Municipal
ing pass play good for 25 yards
and the Tigers were one point
behind the Sharks. The kick for
the extra point was no good and
the Sharks still had their slim
one point lead.
Failure to move the ball, an
offside, penalty and quarterback
Whittle being caught for an
eight yard loss attempting to
throw and the Sharks had to
peat from their own 27. Rudolph
T' *-.:; I picked up a first down
n his first run. Then, on the
second down, Terry Hutley went
around right end for 31 yards
to score. Thomas ran over for
two extra points to put the Ti-
gers ahead, 21-14 with just un-
der four minutes left in the
The Sharks couldn't move and
had to give up the football. The
Tigers then ground it out upfield
from their own 30 yard line, us-
ing up eight plays before Herbert
ing up eight plays before Her-
bert Frison ran it over from 10
yards out, to give the Tigers a
First Downs 14 9
Rushing Yardage -- 241 54
Passing Yardage -- 56 45
Passes 6-10 4-12
Punts 3-35 4-37
Fumbles lost -------- 0 0
Yards Penalized ----- 50 25
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
travel to Wakulla where they'
will close out the season against
Shark Defense Hit Hard
Quincy's Rudolph Thomas was a fine run. him and Robert Dickens is closing in from be-
ner, but Port St. Joe's Sharks made him work hind in typical Shark defensive action last Fri-
for his yardage. Here Eddie Rich has him around day night.
the feet, Jim Moore is putting the shoulder to -Star photo
Robert Dickens, who stayed with Thomas all tackle as Ken Weimorts, right, comes up to help.
night long, catches him from behind for the -Star photo
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THE STARi Port St. Jo.m Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972.
brownies Recee Service Star
.- Girls from Brownie Troop 247
were very proud when they re-
ceived- the first .year Service
Star on November 8. Den moth-
ers Mrs. Sally Malone and lIs.
, Virginia Hanrison had the honor
of pinnIng then, .
Shown after the honors were
presented are, left to right De-
I e_ ~ ~ a ca I
neen Jenkins, Laura Counts, In-
'ga Smith, Vickie Ramsey, Patri-
cia Calvin, Lori McClain, Apnn
Ward, Karen S-.rrith,. Mti Ji-'rr
Harrison and Linda Moore.
: '.Not shown ate Donna Currible,
Sandra Jac.kson, Sandra Sc'ttt
and Katrina Daniels
Dehcious punch and brown-
ies we'e served Exciting activi-
ties ,coming up are rller skat-
ing, ti Chri-tmas float and sell-
ir.g G-ii S .c'.'t *c '-e
Anvrne ha-';ng' outgrown Girl
Scout unifoims: are asked ,to
s.r.d .e undLiferm, along .'sth
the price requested to Mrs. Ela
Sutton's fifth grade.,
Gulf County Business Shrws 20.6 Percent Increase
i Business activities in GulfOoim- continued its ebullient'course to-: ,ep.embs-: This was a tax gain
ty ,have shown an increase over ward fulfilling prediction of a of $90.8 rrniJion cr, more than 31
last year, along with the tied over reord-breaing ta;: vield this per cent, over.the .rne period last
the rest of the state, according to year with bhgh Septeraber let.irras year.-
September sales tax reports releas- -DickJnsorn said a total of $380.3 In, .Gilf County. sales tax col-
ed this week by Comptroller Fred million was'collected through mna- elections reflected ,a $10,000 in-
O.- Dickinson )or t '.es from July, the beginning crease over the same month a
Dilkinson's report said the state of the state's fiscal year., until year ago. Gulf collected $58,946.13
S : in sales, taxes in SeptRember, re-
fleeting a 20.63% -increase. The
Say You Saw It I The Star--- county collected $65,464.28 in the,
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by SHANNON SMITH
Home Grounds Specialist
University of Florida
Composting is the term used to' proves the tilth of clay 'soils by
describe the partial decomposition' providing better -air and water
of organic. materials prior to their movement.
addition to the soil surface as a
mulch or incorporation. into the Materials like dry leaves and
soil as an amendment. fresh sawdust should be well com-.
posted before they are added to
Almost any plant, material may the soil.:-These 'materials rot very
.be used to proddue a compost.' slowly and dolittle good until they
Leaves, weeds, lawn clippings, gai- are thoroughly decomposed. A sun.
den trash, kitchen wastes and ple procedure for composting these
many others can be composted in- woody materials consists of cover-
to an excellent material' for use ing a 6-inch layer of leaves (saw-
as a, growth medium for plants. dust) 8 to 10 square feet with a
.Materials such as wood shavings, 2-in h layer of soil plus one qut,
sawdust and tree bark can also be of a complete fertilizer. Alternate
used 'but are less desirable since these layers 'until the, pile is 2 to
they require long periods of time 3. feet high. The 'added fea'ilLzer
to rot sufficiently, hastens decomposition. Water fre-
A good compost incorporated quently enough to keep the pile
A good compost incorporated moist but, not too wet. Under fav-
into a garden soil will often great- orable conditions, oak leaves com-
ly' improve the chemical and phy- posted in this manner will decom-
sical properties of' a sandy soil posted in this manner will decom-
, .. a + d ,i .pose in, six months to one year.
d u nth pidl nnt. Lrowth- The or-
anci mus amc panAA groww. JL au Br
.ganic matter added is an import-
ant source of nitrogen in the soil.
Decomposition of the compost, by
soil microorganisms, releases .a
very small port.io, of this nitrogen
for use by plants. More important-
ly, compost can improve the phy-
sical property of the soil. The or-
ganic matter adds surface area to
sandy soils, increasing their ca-
pacity'to retain moisture and to
hold fertilizer nutrients. t im-
A Thought to
There is a story told on the
light side, that goes something
A young man was writing to
his girl friend. "Darling there is
nothing I would not do for you.
I'd swim' the widest ocean, I'd
climb the highest mountain, rill
see you Saturday night, if it
It's remarkable how some-,
times .ncorn..erenice can change
a person's. attitude. 'Some people
will do anything as .long as it is.
convenient. The great people, of-
the world are those who are
helpful "and. considerate regard-
less of conveniences. The world
becomes a better world because
of such people. A community be-
comes a better place, to live when
you have, considerate neighbors.
Nothing stands in, the way of
'people who are determined to be
helpful. And for these people-
we breathe a prayer' of thanks.
OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM-
BER: "CONSIDERATE PEOPLE,
ARE THOSE WHO ARE 'MOST
Port St. Joe, Florida
Incorporate, composts 'into the
top six inches, of the flower or
,shrub bed or use as a mulch to te-
duce weeds and slow water evap-
oration from th& soil. Remember
that, the added organic matter will
improve sandy soils and thus im-
prove plant growth. So, don't throw
away those grass clippings weeds
or 'other organic debris. Compost
these materials and use, them ito
improve' youi garden soils.
SIFuture. Call 227-3161
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TOMLINSON Insurance Agency
ATTENTION HUNTERS and FISHERMEN
STROUD'S ONE STOP
Now Open to Serve You
At Old Gus Infinger Location Dalkeith
Near Bryant's' Landing and Douglas Landing
Groceries Bait and Tackle- Ice
Gas and Oil Ammunition
Open 5:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. Daily
WE, APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS
HUNTING and FISHING LICENSES
THE STAR, ort St. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
L WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES
SAlways do what is honest and fair for
If an advertised special is ever sold out
6sk theManoger for a Raincheck. It
entitles you to the same item at th
,ame special price the following week.
Or if you wish we'll give you a compar-
able item at the same special price.
G UARANTEE: '
S &P offers an unconditional money-
S back guarantee. No matter whtt is,
Sno matter who makes it, if A&P sells it,
S A&P guarantees it. r
|"SUPER-RIGHT" DELICIOUS FRESHLY
iU aLB.AA LB.
I.-J "uprRih" evyWstr TnerBe
Abdrga a mldtf&
'in isnt iel
price a oi
QUALITYC.O ES FIRST
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RWe Pmiu 6 U.S.IuM. ry wuuy
U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Quick Frozen, Oven-Ready, Plump
Jf.". 'i A 1gi -IL
U. S.D. A. GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN
S' 4 o 6 LB.
'Cap'n John's Quick Frozen
F ISH ST ICKS lb.pkg.75c
VIRGINIAKFARMS OLD FASHIONED COUNTRY -
fB 10 to 14 LB.
1 : BEER or ALE J 1CFRUIT DRINKS
CCA NlC. 89 i 46-oz .
S T-I (E SOBoe .. 89c) ANN PAgE "- Everyday Low Pricel A&P CANNED Evedayto
S..40-OZ. "S120 ...... .. E...ART
BOTTLE 6f JAR' 5UCAN
CHECK AND COMPARED Everyday Low Price! A&P STRAINED OR WHOLE Everyday Low Pricel PICKLE PATCH FRESH DILL STICKS OR WHOLE
atsBT .. ... S oCAN... 22 Di e...............
SULTANA (Kraft Miracle Whip ... Qt.... 59c); HUNT'S Check and Compare! 100% BRAZILIAN COFFEE
M hwa Y. S_.....P.,........ q, ,
JANEE PARKER ENRICHED SLICED JANE PARKER BAKERY FRESH 100% BRAZILIAN INSTANT COFFEE
B k20 OX.0Me AM 22-OZL. 6-O
W i Bia e e L 22o MiAePi.a E tSIZEe JAR
4IANE PARKER BROWN AND SERVE ` JANE PARKER BAKERY FRESH A&P's QUICKFROZEN DESSERT TOPPING
Fd.K GiO......... .. PK0. OF. 20-OZ. ., 9 .
JANE PARKER CRACKED JANE PARKER ICED SPICED A&P BRAND Everyday Lo
WMk. LOAVES, S.. 4 5 4.oo Sp i..... 1 O, S 9 E MiA N......... CA
JANE PARKER CNEOKIES JAN PARKER BAKERY FRESH OUR OWN Everyday Lo
SG 1-8 -Sn"LB.... I"4 *D 18 B-Z -... 49AD '
9 GREEN BEANS
w PriceBRUCE'S LOUISIANA CUT
COAST TO COAST PORT, MUSCATEL OR
? gCkwuqWiR. 1".../;s 5
GOLD MEDAL OR (Plain or Self-Rising)
S-A&P NON-T INSTANT- -
mA. 5 Il~l.L 20 SOQUAf ARMlQQ
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w Price! DISPOSABLE DIAPERS
w Price! A&P HEA Y DUTY ALUMINUM FOIL
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TH8 STAR, Port Sit io. lorida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
Discount Specials -
Prices In This Advertisement Are Effective November 15 through November 18 Quantity Rights Reserved
- eete wp~t 7 sot ts (ad rpIMr piepes.i an display
complete, 7 wpripY
THIS WEEK'S OVENWARE- FEATURE
8-inch SQUARE AVOCADO
QNaE WITH fjCy' ANP
9VERY qp 3P~ IqiVfA f
Each Wek a ;iff ere1item wi1 rW f eptured gi -ty 9ip c 99 ith .eqch qnd
.e~ery $3.9. purchase. Ypu can Aui ~ ~ i cp4yq o j6
S AU CE
SIMIT 1 with l ^ I or More
'im ... i,4 \: <,M>i, '+:, '*
16 o. o
LIMITED SUPPLY ... CAll TODAY!
Swift Premium Butterball Turkeys
Don't Be Left Out :. Let Us Tag Your Butterball Turkey Today!
Gfa. Gr,. 'B' Whole',1I
Bbh White Sliceid 1b
Steaks 59c Fryers 28c Bacon 69c
'3b. or more Grd. lb. All Meat lb. Cubed 1 b.
BEEF 49c STEW 99c Steak $119
3 lb. or m9.59ore ". l. .lb. ostoButt Pork lb. ur lb. -
SChuck 89 C Roast 59c Sirloin$
6panp, R plight Ouartaered
SQLOIA. ,Ib. 55 CHICKEN BREAST ..L lb. 37c Hog Maw Pig et Pound
Sunn Iln4 Good Timer Quartered Turkey Drums i l, '1 k
WIENiRS- -3 pkgs. $1.39 WHOLE CHICKEN LEGS Ib 33c T, k i
*. i: ** , -~s w mt M tfLf ^1 Wk^
PreKqj .I:-R1. 3 c
PORK RAINS lb. 39<
STUFFING -8z. 35c
H~erb of, Coi~brad
$TM.. ING 7 oz. 9
Wqrb $msotqed Jroutottes 39*'
scope MoutWash 1 ,.9
ia Mp l a.M.o
SpFet -- 4 Oz. Size
Floridq Oranges -ea. 3c
Selected Fresh '
Coconu- :' o.
,-" Fresh F orida : ::*:-' : :/,"..
Grapefruit 3 for
Fresh n ......
rADDAr "... IL
,.,, j v M9JIV -- E. IM
Fresh Green "
'S Beaut Baking
BaNonD I .. .
ENDS & PIECES 415. box $1.29
3 DOWn Small
- b. 69c
20 Oz. Pkgs. Frozen
Pumpkin Pie 3 for $100
. Morton11 Oz. Frozen
Turkey Dinner -39c
Mighty High- Blueberry, Strawberry, Peach
1Shorteakes 32 oz. 29
Lemon Pie 34 oz.*143
Fruey N eco .... e
Fresh Neckbone o
hole or Half
J a. 4.radl ',' l ILIGE
EGGS 2 doz. $1.09
Ga. Grade 'A' MEDIUM'
EGGS 2 doz. 99c
Cream Cheese 8 oz. 37c
Kraft Slice and Bake Chocolate Chip
Cookies.-- 14 oz. 48c
Parade Soft 1 Lb. Pkgs.
Margarine-- pkg. 39c
Blue Bonnet Whip Stick
Margarine ilb. 35c
- Your Pleasurei Our PRoicyAt Your Friendly Piggly Wiggly
No. 2 Can Cruihe#d or Sliced Parade
Pineapple can 38c
No. 2,1 Can Yellowbird
Swt. Potatoes can 39c
16 Oz. Cans Parade French Style Cut Green
Green Beans, 4 cans 10o
oimbjn Hood or Yellow Rose
FLOUR- 5 lbs, 49c
fHeavy Duty 18" x 25'
Reynolds Wrap 59c
Thanksgivinq to All!
"lhite or Assorted Charmih Bathroom
TISSUE -- 4 roll pkg.
Kleenex Dinner .
NAPKINS--- 50 ct. 29c
29 Oz. Jars Sunshine Pickled Whole
PEACHES 2 jars $1.00
16 Oz. Cans Parade Golden C.S. or W.K.
CORN, 4 cans 88c
16 Oz. Can Parade Very Early
SMALL PEAS -'can 28c
Parade-Lemon, Yellow, White or Devil Food
CAKE MIX ---18oz. 35(
Parade Creamy Frosting-White, Fudge, Lemon
Frosting Mix 13 oz. 35c
COFFEE-- 10 oz. $1.19
BR OW N
Shop Piggly XVig yv for 'iA yi 1 .i Meats. We have a, good selection
of Zjrift'. Butterball Turkeys, : lH'; ;, Fresh ,Porl Hams, Oysters,
trmrokcd Hams, Swift's f'u Tirl.y Part, I'r.tPork Roast, Ready
to Eat. Hams, -i.tk. ,- and .
- -R' 1 .1 -J
OlRe South iFrofiu
4 Pkgs. $100
Crisp CELERY ..c
PA DA 320z
uQ[ A Jar
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florid4 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972
$100 Down Holds Ti CHRISTM AS
TwW Co mptlete
Twi fed Outfits At An
,;- AVAILABLE _,.-l- ^-- .. .- .. ".
w' twin beds, plus two superb quality innerspring mnittress ts, .?'
plu- two matching foundations. The ever popular Early Ameri-' '
S canin tvle bed ks in Mellow Maple finish. For one unbelievably"
W o pr me,you get t at .
QualiIy Sleep Set Built Special for Daleyby, '
Royal Products, incorporated
DOUBLE SET .
"PORE BOY'S CORNER"
INN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY.- 10 AM. to 7 P.M
Wah 'i O.Oo rer or More
S U -AR-- 5lbs.
RAsy to Clean
,t Easy to Clean,
Simple to Cook On
Looking for Holiday Company?
Then iGet Ready With This
,'' covered for easy care
Add a special look of beauty to your
.home in styles that never lose their
'Double Dresser Mirror
i 'NITE TABLE, $38.00
*'' Maxwell House With Order
-. ,.. .......- C0 F F EE 1 lb. bag 69c
Fresh Cr.fp For Stuffing Pal Large 88 Oz. Jar
C EE R Y Ig. stalk 19c COOKING OIL jar $1.29
SMALL 'EGGS 2 doz. 79c
BELL PEPPERS lb. 29c
CREAM CORN 5 cans
GRADE 'A' 12 to 14 Pound Avg.,
Norbest (Termnometer in Breast Signals
when Done) 10 to 12 Lb. Avg.
TURKEY HENS -- lb. 49c
BAKING HENS ----- b.49c
Ga. Grade "A"
FRESH FRYERS lb. 29c
Fresh Boston Buttff
PORK ROAST-----b. 59c
Quarter Loin "W
PORK ROAST -- Ib. 69c
HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. $1.59
2 Pound Bag
YELLOW ONIONS ..------- bag 29
U. S. No. 1
WHITE POTATOES 10 Ibs. 69c
CUT GREEN BEANS -----4 cans 59c
No. 2 Cans .--.W
Sliced PINEAPPLE --4 cans $1.00
Rump Roast- o 9
All Meat 9
Stew Beef b.
SIRLOIN STEAK ----
We Have A Full Line of
PEPPERIDGE FAR MSTUFFING MIXES
Industrial Arts Integral Part
Of High School Program
Industrial Arts is an integral
part of the total school program
Arts is general education, it is
also related to and lays a foun-
and : _: programs.
Industrial sArts .. : is
closely :. to science and
The dustrialArts "
experiences gves form and
r -r 7n, tp ",:" "knowledge.
.Ti i- the activities, :, In-
uWhat will Arts he ..
mic subject'matt er-is reiorca.
-and correlated. The '- ..r ? i"r __......_-_-_ ... .
providedare organized in"apro-
the student's ability and matur-
Nine. weeks will be, devoted to
each, of, the areas offered. In I
Drawing and'Planning he' will
learn to use the basic, tools of .'
the draftsman and, learn to read.,. .. '...
and make simple technical draw- Gulf County Ladies League 7 -.' .I .. T .1 i adBren.
ings. In :Power ".-' :'r. : he Wednesday night, .. 8, j -1 i 'i-i .i 442 : ;tfor the
will, learn 'the principles of heat ,- moved in to a tie wih "'. compny..
engines with special emphasis St.. Joe ,.: for first place by Standins '
on lawn mdwer type engines, He winning .all four'games from Bow- r nL" '
will disassemble and reassemble men's Cowgirls Mary Brown led St j ft 4
an engine, -,.-.." .-: names of Conforter's with a 178 game and Fla '. rL *
parts and their functions. He 482 series. Edwina Bowen had a -.. ', ..
will learn basie 'M. ,- ; Vork had a 338 St .r ; r. .,
Si:... ... on opera- series for the Cowgirls illiams Alley ats '2 ') 19
ion engine St. Joe Kraf won all four games St Joe I'..'. 22%'
'In" i-:.,, .. he will make from the St. Joe Stevedobe ,-, ,. 37
such pc ,..: as a huzgar, toy Lucas had a high game of 171 .
mtr.r ': 'estlight. In so going Alice Lyons had a 8 ...
he l':.: gain a' better under- for Yi f Connie..'. : -. the
:t L .rn -tf the .::_- '. .:': w h a 64 i -
mn a:n.":e and practical exper- 455 series.
"iences ih certain metal working i Shirt' and Trophy lost fiist' lace
operations. by losing all four' games to. Wil-
'In woodworking he 111i make Hams Alley.Kats. Patsy C;. '... ws '
one' prb.,t by bI'd Whiles/do- [high bowler for'iShirt and Trophy
ir thi:, h. "L 1: l.-..:r., the names' .' r .. 159 game and '427 series.!
and, proper uses of "'.nv hand L'I-:i:- 7',j ;,. :"ii the' '- .
tools of this "area H. .. then, Katswith' a a ie'and' 494 ser-
progress to prr..,:I:: of his own i_.
-"hoice a:r certain 'p b"wier' I'lorAid Ba1k. wofl three 'otof
. ,u ro at all ar eas 'f ,,." : l.t. .
sife p'T.. r the se' ff tods .4. S tb ,i ., .17,0 .gamt' and
ied. ,,'F ,*RBRO' "I. ',. '., -
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1"E STAR. Port St. Jee, Flride THURSMAYW NOVEMSEKR I", 1972
use BONNE BELLS
CONCEAL di&arbNWn wob.
.- u and took lovelif-asfly
I while you help heel blanul6.'
SAKBUP combines the best
Sa senp with heali
lftnd-bacterial action. ProvmdS
lovely. lasting protection
cake, and there's no mi
B U ZZETTfS
P DRUG STORE
2P 2 7 l71 7'1 Willaor
Phl-nly of Free Partinq
Convmnnitwr brive-In Window
^r" -- *""-
WV- On .n &
Brand Roach Powder
All Y ,tv i ., ,'-.-
a- -four mnone back
P 1GGLY WIGGLY
All. You Can Lose Is,:
Your Roaches I'
Moore Says Response Is
Good for Parade Entries
Mrs. Eva Pate bought tht. qd& egg by The Star office Sat-
1,.I-4y",, w.hnh k, i.mii by 'one of her Rhode Kllrnd Red .en's.. The
*ye.i w o 6dd t-no.gqh h h it sEe siz2, but it also had an unusual
Iot ir .mW 'r .p-.fleo, The egg. was a bnrn-;n.''h orange in color and
lo-I'ktl as if it' had been dipped in wax. Mrs. Pate said she was
qo qn to bieaek it. open to see what was inside .after she showed it
.,round ,a In l- b4t. -Star photo
County Commission Adopts Policy of
Following State Compensation Law
The Gulf r.: ,.', Conimission
adopted. a new policy in-a spe-
-,.,tu. .': .:' ---ft
t r u v C,-,. ,; ;, -., .
r- .-, .-.irt -T,.' I '..q.M :rc ..: r,:.,-;.
-., Board was" reluctant to
;.- paying their C':-", -'i.
f ,'-while they were unable to.
... :. car er .
,r -.':. by can-,
: ',i:, the ,-_ .- insurance
effective ..' "November 1-2
I- : --.company said
'- ,:.' :, has been.
S, .. i be
if the county in-
sists on -.-r. -- ..' its '- pay-
ment policy. The company felt
S-,::io. -, some employees, were
S, a,--l : advantage of, the situa-
tion art-i cauia, a fhau"cil bur-
-r -L the i:cn -' car:jr and
.anty which '.n justi-
-Even I,., -'-il: the County Com-
missioners unanimously expres-
sed the. '.:: to C:: i fd'll
S;. 'IL injury or. illneis
StiJr,-. .*.-. .. r..:,- tim e '.ap ,l ;d.- n
.'t =' r .,.which went into
ef .'. :.: i:.:'. of this yeek.:The
Board felt their need for Work-
'men's : : : i: '*coverage
was too great, to. risk. having
the insurance 1. -.:''-'1 by full
to .' .
As the I ,' now stands,
'_ '. -'- strictly
by State ..- .' .-- laws in
to njury or
Plans are .progressing and
units being lined up .for Pori
'St. Joe's annual r.-,he -" par-
Gulf Oyster Beds
Eligible for Loans
Congressman '3b Sikes report-
ed this weekt in 3is newsletter
,that oyster' planters in Gul
C'm-''t; whose oyster beds were
damaged by the water effects o
Hurricane Agnes' may now apply
for emergency b r? tNr'.gi. Ih
Farmers Hl-me A'5nit I' -t ..L-
; -.' ".E. thio lhI local FHA
, ff- r.- GhC pieyI L -
The annual Methodist. Bazaa
and spaghetti supper'will be hel
Saturday '.afternoon with the Ba
zaar scheduled 'for 3:00 to 6:0
Sp.m. and the spaghetti supper t
begin at 6:00 p.m. and last until
The Affair will be held in,.th
Social: Hall of the First, Unite(
Methodist Church. The Socia
Hall will, be open Friday after
noon until 5:00 p.m. and Saturda:
,morning from 10:00 a.min to 1:0
p.m. for the. Methodists to brinl
in baked goods aAd 'gifts.
Everyone.is invited' to attend.
Mrs. George Hull
Taken by Death
Mrs. Izabellk' M. Hull, 57,- of
'Clearwater, died' Wednesday,
SNovember 1 at a Clearwater hos-
Mrs. HiI i w:.i to, in Cincin-
natti, ,bhio- arn r'ri,-..-.d' to Clear-
water'this year from. Port St. Joe
*where she hadf-lived'for several
years. She was a formerr owner
of the -Gil r-.',,: Mrtei on 'St.
Joe.Beach wih, b, tu buband.,
Survivors inr.:.,.-ri. her husband
George ,.W. Hull- -of. C.lar,;
one da;i ie, Mrs. Ilona H. Me-
Mullon 'oif .;:.o..l .eight grand-
.hld:,'r- h: .; r-,;t sc, Mrs. Nora
Moricz of T:'!:.', a stepson, Hi-
-chard. -i ,lull bof Van Nuys, Cal-
,io1rina, ,4 brother, George E:'
M4 j of In-mpa; three sisters,,
1M3: Cal H l -i l .M~:. of 'Clear-'
:-';.pt ,ZE-=c Mrs. Ilona Driver
-and, Mrs. Charles G:'i i";i both
of T r .. '. o
Funeral services were held in
Largo with interment, also in
.La' t.-.. i:.ember 4'.
..- :.-.L' West Cha-
pe L.- ... : of ar-
-~ ~ ~ '
MICHAEL AS A MAN 2YEARSj
ThSs when we Wartedt phiMng o
new nuear plnt up at CoySta Rl '
We knew Michael was coming. And
more Ik Mim. oMre Mlchaels and
regoys and Susans than Florida
in faot we're going so fast in this
part of te wod tat by 1980, we be*
needing twice eett powt
need d. -
Thas why C iy tvlew, and other
pa-t to bMowm o Important.
M dwvweu an'tw0aftOdto
delay and red tape, the unduly long
experienced In toe der op*M nt of
Because when Michael, K
the boy, becomes Mie,
the mano % h ais y anO -
thousands of others /t m M3
I wll be needing us. florid
V' -Sa f
'ade, to 'be esaented this year on
Saturday, December 9, according
Ito Robert M. Moore, chairman
oiE the parade frar.nr
Moore urged all organizations
to contact im as soon as pos-
sInM to enter f i.:-,i_; i the pre-
Sr. '.: Any Christmas theme
is 'appropriate for 'a float. It
need not necessarily be a reli-
gious ,theme. Judging will be
based upon originality, work-
manship. 'and C: --: S r; spirit.
A group -of out-of-town judges
has been secured to decide the
float' winners,, Moore said, con-
tinuing fhe policy of *trying as
much' as .possible to arrive at,
an impatial,decision as to which
floats are to receive the prize
money. Cash prizes of $100.00 for
first prize, $50.00 for second
and $25.00 for third-place are
being provided by the Port St.
Joe Retail' Merchants, who an-
nually sponsor the parade.
Parade chairman Moore repre-
sents the Port St .Joe Jaycees
who produce the annual vehicle
for a visit by old Santa Claus
prior to: Christmas.
WMerchants are' .c:r-'1' re-
quested to enter, floats this year.
First, second and .third place
ribbons will be 'awarded -mer-
chant and commercial floats.
Only ncn-.; :fit '*c i .'n:: '-as
are eligible for the 'cash prizes.
a FOR' SALE: Good, Williams-Craft FOR RENT: Furnished I1 .. ,'
SC ::r. Equipped t- s i-.e ..ih,,r: Cal 2296688. MEXICO BEACH
o erator gas stove, other convenien- tfe 10-19 BEAUTY c D
il ces. Mounted on '65 GMC pick-up. BEAUTY SHOPPE
Good condition. Priced to, sell.,See FOR RENT' House at ,. :,, Ba- Hwy. 98 Phone 648-511
e at ;.'.- .5. 1-STOP, DalkeithI you. Call 227-2181. ,tfc-10 19 .
SRoad tf11-16 FR j F .' Beauty Service
REd FOR RENT: -. .i, Ai GLADYS NI .CHOLS
l FOR SALE: Honda mini-trail. L. -:-. -Phor ''***. I 9 7ADYS NCHO
r new. ..,n 227-4646 or 22 74 9 FOR RENT: One bedroom house. FOR CHAIN LINK PENCE cal
y t .St. Joe Beach Furnished. Con- Emory pa..... Free estimate
0 FOR SALE: 1967 Chrysler, loaded tact Smith's Pharmacy, Phone 227- Guarantee on labor an materials.
g In good shape. $795.00. See at 5111. tfe-9-28 Low down payment. Phone 227"'
t h e G u l f S t a t i o n i n ; 4 _i r -7 .o- 1 . 7 9 7 2
'. Bur G4e,. 229242on K:2i FOR RENT: Furnished new small 2 .
.ic Buke,. 229-24- bedroom house. Nice ,.ri:..h. -
FOR SALE: 1968 Opel, standard, hood. Call 229-6777 after 5 p.m. L A
.easy on gas. Call 229-6573 after t ..-9-4 LADIES
5o .,00 .om IU ja.~ '., am now servicing wigs and
Sp.m. F.OR RNT. Funislied beach eot hair pieces- in. my home. If
FOR SALE:- Need more room?- tages. Reaonable.moxithly rates.. you have human htair or syn.
Quiet? 4 bedroom, -2 bath, r, Phone 227-3491 pr 227-8406. tic thetic which you would like
24x20. End of 2nd Ave., Oak FOR RENT:2 apartments. 'Ty,.i to ,-have serviced quickly at
Grove. For more information ,and f hed Phone 229-658. low prices ...
appointment call 229-6154. 10-12
HOUSE FOR RENT: 4th" -Street WIGS FOR SALE -
FOR SALE: House ;and.lot or will Call 229-5561. tfe-10-261 CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
move house to your property,9
512 3rd St. Phone 229 5561. ', DerL 'WILL TRADE: '1961 Ford station 921 'JANICE STOKES t
tfe-I.1. n ; 'f..r r 'Li -".- Call 229-
_. 7 'tfe-10-26
FOR SALE' ? ,.. LC I o...
S..house, f,,]/ .r t.,.- and air. MEXICO BEACH TAVERN The Best Costs Less
Srd.. r,:.-, L.-?.: fenced in yard. Beverage on tap. Oysters on half TRY.-
For appointment call 229-4761. shell. Pizza. Dancing. Fun. Open V A T U N G
3tp-119 tila2:00 a.m., CST. 10-19 "
--- '. -o ----- "The Paint Made with
POFOR SALE. 2 i L.? PtOESSIOAL HELP with emn '- if OIL
"y CrP-ts .n "'vS u." "i*d. Uo na prh.:I s and/or concerns. :
one bedroom) chain link feGfce County G guidance .. Po Oil baseVinyl and Latex
around. entire',-lot. -8.10 -storage .Orel and 'BristleBrushes
ihue .;.'a ,See. at 515. 4th St. Joe, Florida 2293621. or Rev, S orCa
St 9.. .,- ,ln 2272711, extension' Sidney Ellis, 229-6599. See or Ca
259,: :- tfc-1-9' AL SMITH *-'
25OR tE h*' HELP WANTED- E-- .'.. cA:'ld tire, 1
FOR SALE 3 bedroom house with recappers or Lri'ti.. '.o ,~<.tr Phone 227-7751
den. IGood neighborhood. Call ience necessary f,,r tr:u jc'.. A '
229-5821. tfe-10-29 permanent job and apply in per-
FOR SALE: 24x65 Mobile Home, son at Panama City Recapping Co., NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
FORSAL: 2x65Moble Home : i Plant located one Apalachicola, FIn.
c.ar. -*;: and Ga., on St. Joe biok behind-Springfield City Hall.
Ei' ,. 229-5281 after p.m. i .. 7856470. tfc-10-5 Friday and
2te-11'9 FOR WELDING NEEDS see James November 17 and 18
L Temple, 1302 Palm Blvd. Cecil B. DeMille's
MFO s PAWN or SWAP S o tfe-9-7 famous religious movie
FOR SALE: 'Johnson CB radios, 8- "THE TEN
track r r r v WANTED: Man with service sta. COMMANDMENTS"
'i-. '. ..v'c.-.'-' 'chainricolor
---r d and many ,.more items to I tion and mechanic experience. with chari H eton as Moses
from. Use our, 30 day lay-.' ;,: at Ralph and Henry's Stan-
away *.' 102 5th St., Highland dard Service. tfe8-3 Next Week -
..-' ', 229-6193., tfc-11-2 "FRIENDS"
FOR RENT: Furnished house. 3 10 SPEED BIKES IN STOCK. Men's '"BAD COMPANY"
bedrooms, 2 aths, large living women's. R -.ng style. Touring Western
"room *- L t '. 1 Credit I'.ri:.-s available. WES-
B ':. .' "-: 2 229-6225.G: 2tpl-16 -"- AUTO, Port St. Joe. 6-15
FOR. SALE: Complete snooker ta- r POODLE. GROOMING
ble. Phone 229-9111. 10-12
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom ROOFING REPAIR Specializing in Puppy Trim
FOR RENT- One and two-bedroomFr eOther Small Dogs Washed
attractively furnished apart. Free Estimates and trimmed
ments. Cool in summer, warm in DAVID R. DEESON
winter. Gas heat, window fans. Phone 648-4464 For Appointment call
They must be seen to be'appreciat-.
ed. OCetact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince 229-6571 tfc--18
at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER !
PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413
"or 648-3101. tfc-10-28 WANTED FOR
300 WOMEN to SHOP and
ANNUAL METHODIST BAZAAR SAVE at AMBULANCE SERVICE'
and Spaghetti Supper, Saturday,
November 18, 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 SHIRLEY'S FABRICS In Wewahitchka and
p.m. Special order -your home- Factory Outlet Prices -. or Joe
made baked goods for the holidays. Fort St. Joe
Call Mrs. Dean 229-4681. 2tp SHIRLEY'S FABRICS CALL
106 Bellamy Circle
Phone 229-2021 Comforter Funeral Home
Automobiles to Finance
Members of St. Joe Paper-
makers Federal Credit Union
can own a new 1973 automo-
bile and save money with our
,new low interest rates. Only
%% per mo., 9% annually.
Plus, FREE Credit Life Insur-
Check the Credit Union
tfc Office for Details 10-19
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
3'.6 Reid Ave.
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Pla.
all 229-4986 for Free Estimate
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
R.A.M.-Regular convocation O St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RAM.,
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
'visiting companions welcome.
WALTER GRAHAM, H. P. -
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Monday mghts,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular cem-,
munication of Port St. Jo. 1.,,,.e
No. 111, F. & A. M., even tst
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOY E. ADAMS, W.M.
HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty
Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire-
men elected new officers for the
coming year at -their regular
election held Monday night.
Bascom Hamm, who has been
an assistant chief for the past
several years, was elevated to
the office of Fire Chief by his.
fellow firemen, replacing long-
time Chief R. H. Ellzey, who
asked that he not be considered
for the position this year.
Other -officers elected were
Benton Hamm, assistant chief;
B. A. Collier, first lieutenant
and Henton Hamm, second lieu-
The men will hold their re-
i'-' ct'- offices for. one year.
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