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"The Safest Beaches In the World Are In Gulf County"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972
City Starts Tests
To Defend Case
For Canal Outlet
1972-73 TIGER SHEIiEr-J..Left to right: Thad'ljsI Russ,, Robert Quinn and Jeffery Dixon. Kneeling in front are managers Kevin Watts
Dickens, Kendrick Bryant, Martin Adison, Leslie Hall, Tim, rarr..terry, and Rodney Herring.
Donnie Herring, Gary Alan Speights, Eddy fR:,h, Fred Russ, Sandy -Star photo
Tiger Sharks Start Long Trbk
Toward State Championsh
The City of Port St. Joe has
started building its case for de-
fense of dumping effluent from
the new Wastewater Treatment
Plant into the Gulf Canal, at
a savings of some-$800,000 in the
total cost of the project.
Since receiving permission to
temporarily route the spent wa-
ter into the Canal, the City has
started taking water samples at
the mouth of the Canal to back
up its future contention that the
effluent is not polluting the wa-
The City has been instructed
to dump the treated water into
the Bay, but permission has been
held up, on construction of that
route pending new requirements
by the U. S. Corps of' Engineer's
and the Department of Pollution *
The City jumped at this
chance to save a bundle of mon-
ey and requested temporary per-
mission to dump into the Canal
which was t -a.. : t This was the
route the City wished totake all
the time, but were denied per-
mission by the State Depart-
ment of Pollution Control.
The City and their ,'gie ,-
claim that since the plant will
treat effluent water to 90% of
purity, there is no .<-:,
canal ,at a spot barely a half
mile from the proposed Bay
dumping area. With temporary
permission now granted, 'the
City will attempt to prove its
claim by taking a series of wa-
ter samples before and after ac-
tual dumping of effluent begins.
In connection with this item
the City received a warning let-
ter last week r ;.,. the City
will be liable for a $500 per day
fine for each day past the Jan-
uary 1 deadline the new plant is
not in operation.
Since delays caused by State
and Federal pollution control
agencies have made it impossi-
ble to meet the deadline the
City has filed for an extension
of the period. The extension
has been verbally granted by the
state agency, but nothing in writ-
ing has been received thus far.
The' City has established a
'Planning Board consisting of B.
A. Pridgeon, Jr., Chairman and
-.ibprt. Freeman, Jr., E. F. Gunn,
Wesley R. Ramsey and Edwin G.
Williams, members. The Board
is charged -with conducting a
land-use survey of' the City and
its environs (which it has al-
ready done) and to serve as an
organization to work as a liaison
between the City and requested
Open Home Stand Saturday Night Against Rutherford 'High "Rams
SPort St. .1 ,. State Champion all-state Jim Belin will be mis- .o our defense",; he said, "be-
Tiger Sharks open their .quest" i/ fro. l;t year's squad. ue iit's here you win the ball
for a second straight .state ehamr- D. ,, has a bevy of boys games". B *
fionship tomorrow .night. The over six feet tall to choose from Returning ,from last year's Back Nine
" Sharks travel to Paxton in Pen- 'for Belin s replacement and he $tarting five are: Sandy Quinn, ,
saeola, but open. at home Sat- says, "We're-going with the best 11"; Gary Speights, 6' 3%"; r Pla
urday hight against the power- one" Kendrick Bryant, 5' 11" and For Play
ful Rutherford. Rams of Pan- Dickson says height will be Timothy Grandberry, 6' 3". Oth- The Week
ama City. the Sharks long. suit this year er members of last year's squad
Coach Bill Dickson is .-n'.f- with only two boys on the 12 are Robert Dickens and Jeff
tic about the coming season (if man squad under six feet. "We'll Dixon, both at six feet. Moving The St. Joseph's
a coach can be optimistic at the be fairly fast and quick" Diccson up from last year's Junior Var- Club will open t]
first of the season) with four 6df' said in between flowery phrases sity are: Eddy Rich, 6' 3"; Mar- holes of the club'
last year's returning starters re- praising the Sharks' stout de- tin Adkison, 6' 1" and Thadus for play on week e
turning to the hardwood. Only fense. "We're all working hard Russ, 6' 1". Saturday, accordinE
he back 'nine
's golf course
g to the club's
Big Meeting but
A combined, meeting of gov-'
erminent officials from Port St.
Joe, Wewahitchka, Ward Ridge'
and Gulf County in the ,Court-
house Monday afternoon resulted
in a gr-eat big "nothing" so far
Sas those officials attending were
" The officials were summoned' :
to the meeting by the West:
Florida Development Commis-
Saturday night is the ri.h fht
the annual Rotary Club Charity,
Ball herd min Port St. Joe."":
Chairman Cecil Curry "says
tickets are going well and it ap-
pears this year's ball'will be an-
other big success "and raise a lot
of money for charity".
Curry emphasized that all the
money raised by the ball is spent
right here in Gulf County for
benevolent projects. More re-
cently, the funds have been ex-
pended on the Gulf County Gui-
dance Clinic, Boy Scouts and
Scouts during the past year.
The ball will be held in the
Centennial Building beginning at
9:00 p.m. with music by George
Gore and his orchestra. Admis-
sion is $7.50 per couple.
sion, to hear a rTe:enow.,e
from Housing and Urban Devel-
opment talk on "'Fe.i', d assist-
ance to counties and ,..e and
"Information on Federal Reve-
nue Sharing Funds as to require-
S orE-': IGould from the De-
partment ',:.. r ._ -, Affairs,
Local Planning Assistance, HUD
was present to talk to the group.
Rather than talk about the
rTie, strange, Revenue Sharing
Which has built both hopes and
Suspicions in the county and its
'municipalities, Guld began try-
ing to sell the individual govern-
ments on the value of a land-
use .survey for. county and mu-
,niciialities. Gould pointed out
'.fhe Governint would bear two
'thirds of the, cost of such a sur-
vey, with the county and cities
bearing one third -the cost.
,No estimate of the expense in-
volved was given the officials, so
Gould was, in effect, asking for
a blank check
As Silas Player, County Com-
missionersaid, "It was our opin-
ion Gould was trying to sell a
land use survey and we have
already had some made in the
As a result of the two hour
meeting, the various Commis-
sioners made no promises, deals,
or commitments-for a program
they didn't exactly understand.
A new .,'n.t..o. to the Shark
team is transfer student, Ron-
ny Herring at6' 6".
"We have the potential, the
.talent, the jumping, the exper-
ience and %. desire", Dickson
said, "but only time will tell
just how 'i uch we want the
State Championship this year.
We can have it if we want it bad
enough to pay the price".
Saturday night, the Junior
Varsity game will start at 7:00'
p.m. and the [ contest at
8:00 p.m. Admission will be 75c
for students and $1.25 for adults.
The only other game schedul-
ed for the, coming week is in
Wewahitchka on Tuesday night.
The course committee and
manager are well aware of the
fact that many jobs are not yet
complete, but feel it will ease
the crowded condition on the
front nine over the week end.
Work will continue during the
week on :ad ,. greens, bare
spots in fairways and many oth-
er areas that need completing.
For this reason,. the back nine
will be closed during the week.
The committee and, 'manager
emphasized the back nine is not
complete, and anyone not desir-
ing to play the holes under the
existing conditions should con-
, _.1. :to play only oni the front
Making It Look
It's that time of the yeai, again th.e Christmas
season and the C4,2 I'street crews.: have started the
job of putting iup Port St. Joe's Christmas decorations.
The job of making the City pretty was started Mon-
day morning and is expected to take the better part of a
week to complete. City Street Superintendent Dorton
Hadden said the decorations will all be up and ready for
use before the Christmas parade next Saturday, when
the lights are traditionally turned on.
In the photo shown here, City workmen are putting up
one of the large decorative pieces which swing across each
of the intersections on Reid Avenue IEugene Gaithers
makes like a trapese artist on top of the, boom, fastening
the garland to a cable, while Nathapiel McCathen (fore-
ground and J. B. Walters hold the ends of the cable.
/ -Star photo
Operation: Income Tax
How well we remember back two years ago when,
the hberals were trying to. seHl us on. the Corratta:x,
We remember it .c. well leI-l'. the pro-ponent .i.r%'i,
with those of us opposing It he *,e; tlat. it w-j'i' iht'-r
raise the taxes~ f the ,.r.rl')i.'ry -cit .i,', nor.'-:i,-Jd it be the-
introductitn to a State irii ?tax. .
The controversial tax, now has .the entire ,.t.. em-;
broiled in rat,-.,etting a.k:.!. for public tiliti j who are
asking for rate increases c.,n L~"ar4e, to the :.).-..o.e.t
taxes imposed again.3t thieY.I Thiy IL'nve the best of ar-'
*guing points. They are ,lDiw.d R. rs. kmea certain raarir .
of profit on tbhir *ope.5.ti.. and. f. v .1 ratiLn,tax low-
ered that profile They :'eek to retains their-%'bit'i,.t
margin. As a matte r of ,'ir., t*' ..tAr- i. f ..f th1- .or-
porate tax probably hvd :i .-'r- U ~ 'any one- thL'bg.to d',
with the eectioK def t of Pr, t',.i :; :-e.r- e' C.rr'.....: .r r
JesE Yarboro gb. b.:. .r '. .
So 'bt.t i'iiou iy htI; t:' which was going 'to tax
"only thb-' corporate ,.,.t'. wrbibh ',e outside of and'do.
usiiness (fre-.) ij th 't..e of FloA.'i, ..has 'cut .a very
wle path of contr'over'y a.'i.i ,I.:-.ritionr, right here in the
.Ai .otJe.r iTO.: i.if'y'.-it tax Tiuild' n Adr
Io a ..iAte w.Tir: tf.. 1" l I-o.-re.rjUt./''MrA.i -.l Har-
ris of Miami has stuck his foot in the x.i ..r on that si
and is 'r-3t. ',..r.u. 'to wiggle it from side ".
.. r- -: :- ,.- ,; "H .,i Pr ? ..". ": ;' 2" i*'' H"', ., ." '.
r' .i.-.... 1r., ..-,- 1..- .i, -. the I- 'r :
S.T- .:. -. where the State now receives some $4S
... in revenue sharing f,':.'Ji., we could $60 mil]
we' .. ... state income tax. ,
Florida's Constitution was ..;.,.L' year al
.:.. the c';' .:-;- income tax, but still prohibit
state tax on personal paychecks.
But, if the liberals have anything to say about it
-. be the case much longer n less you and I pa
* ":i'.::; to what is going, on. The trap of an income
S'- .. level has y'.:'..: been baited ''..i m
and "h .r :J -, a chunk of' cheese to '' of us
rarely see even a $1,000 in one wad.
Harris has,.begun his campaign ... point ou
we are -i .:. ;' .ir ur- by failure to implf
a state income tax.. Stand warned of rh,.!t is ahea(
.keep your eyes peeled for, the next move in "Ope:
Built The Nation
Fh.h ysir t. .... -'. (.,ypaj.y .y-.i:.-.jr-.. .. r/ an
FA h iorifid .Aw.L- >;.li ,.~ '. bi,;b .v.. ,.:j.t.i.,r. in.
tv.iyI::r3s.i ,iti h Ui4. IJ .,.U ,-. 'y ,.*A'f --.'r.ia .7.'lA of
Joiirual.iro, fr_. ,rt.e ..i.t..Jrf'd rjDi:'beid in a school
wSFpj Tp,;r tjr ; J :- i,>j.. t of "Fr,.e !r.;. ri ". The .
award wif.n'.r tbi. y..r w:,:. M-i.: C(.,tiy 1-tw.n, a. ';nior
: t' ,t;.\ i:s: Frrf, ,a:, -Hi b "S.,.hl. Sm. ,j of tJh1., tho.er4..:..
>hbe ,: r,.:-,.j btr ,.t.,r n !: si ,, ro. ablbravi-t..A =---
,r U 1 .; iru.r .':" L,".rn, I h u..:.ri .'.r i. r,'i.rr.r
to look .'fIr:r ;Q,'l pr.;i, b' r.' I I ,.ji. i ,/ rt.; ttr.( r ,,.k .- r-
th.t ti.-. y.*I g:'.tp r wmig'Ir i ir iv t ,ith If r' .'n ( con-
tIol by tI*x I*, r ir hi'-t L l,
i,' :n f. his fr,. ...-, i... p.r .i. ..... c1 : ; 'and u. t ,
,t_ ;.rjv' I-rr.-.ljut he'choae.. i : ,.I.- by to see thatmy child
c rt e.t'. :.. .-.ei.: ,n ,,f i. ...! ,- t i ..', f.-..r... min any
(-ntr ti- .A a r, ,ult._ 1...1if t.i r-u. i.,iti ., the consumer.
profits, bec n:? the produo.-r .:tr4... t.... i'.'ep his prices
lowerthan his conmpctitorm.
A "'my t ."I..1.r' continued to grow; I. watched hle
:people choose their own l ... -v...ri.. to make ''ir own
,.r.i-.:-. ir what th...' '..i l 1. ,do ,with 'their 11.- and
,1 t w h.-it som e : c,'v. rr" ..,it i'..f ; I r,, ._. ..,iI they r-.; -t
by DR. BOB M. THORNTON
Profoteor of Edccatron
University of Woet Florida
The rapidity of change in, edu-
cation, and the scarcity of. re-.
,sources-especially the ,,' ,, ,
. of skilled and exciting t. r.
-means that we haVe to look
very closely at the techniques
Changes in teaching methods
have come from t0vo sources.
The first' most obviously is\the
13-> p- .: ..'-" .:' "- :* know-
ledge of the- child, and the
. [: ..: v., process which teachers
and others come to .have. The
second has been enforced by the'
cumulative pressure of new sub-
jects in 'the curriculum and by
the increase in the content of
Publhed Every Thursday at 306 wi; ,..rt Avenue, Port S Joe, Flride,.
By The Star P t.-'iOirr. Company
WEz R. RAMSET Editor and publisher
AlO Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmen, PFiaean t d ge44 4"n Retheu PlS
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaitrt beprt ment
?psTOtnc E Box 808 i PHON 227-8161
PORr ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX MOS., $225 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year. $5.00 OUT OF U. One Year, $.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or ommeisons In adertlemet, the pube
A* not hold themselves liable for damage farther then amount received for such
she spoken word Is given scant attention| the printed word In thonghtftly
eighed. The psoken word barely aeserte; the printed word thoroughly on-
vines. The spoken wor i. st; the printed weor reiss.
r: -" .
I 'wart. this for several reasons. For instant
government official* knows "what a person can a
rp i.' ,L. tt';;.r than -that person knows.. Most impo
my childir people do.-a better job when they are
,,at they want to do. -
will work for my child and M r population
S. <.. if she will. keep a .vigilant .wat..1 o/.r m.r
see that, r-y je'A3:. are r.nrbi.rei as I have rnirtureAI
Oh -- did I f.-.ris-t totell who, I am? I am Fre
._, '.'-. i.:- T: ;r,,r.; Tjoi gu dl .r-.r. .d E'. 'rrii -hp. ,'";
-* ,. I .rd..ir..,i ';:.;A:; c:r: v *l l ,ctm u.' -..tr~,'y a. d r,
:and pro',.per for many years to come.
Thus wrote Cathy Bowen,, a high. school sen
G.'- r.. Which makes it all the more incredible ti
,- o-J.,' t c:i who are urging legislatioA to establish a
.; ,.,...-". dictator in Washington who will have th
\er t'/ ,It'.a re what we shall make,;what we sha
,,what we shallwear, and what we shall buy all
'. -. i that the American people do not. have sense e
. to r.,...,'- their own decisions.
C:h an e .in1 i-::':.h.'.. ':. ..' :.
S' .- have been concerned
with .- "-., t ".,.,.?. matters,.
for ; .' with a shift in the
attitude towards rewards 'and
punishment and realization that
encouragement rather than fear
is a more suitable environment
foi learning, and to take another
example with the realization
that the function of play in young
t is exactly the same as "
-' --.,i ..- about themselves and
the world about them, and that
therefore' a distinction between
.e[mna and play is quite an ar-
Thirdly, there is .the realiza-
tion that :'., .:.-": has to be
c- r.':iJ to children in a way
which 'will interest them and
which is suited to their own in-
terests, aptitudes and abilities.
.c,'i:t.,-, it is realized that the
accumulation of knowledge is a
process of building one step up-
on another and that the logic of
ordering the steps is something
which cai itself be studied. All
these processes can be seen at
work if you compare an intro-
..* .- : .:,T -:..r, the study of
a' foreign T-_rk -,: of 25 years
ago '_ ,It'. one in use today in
Gulf County. The emphasis
shifts from 4:-.i:-. '..:i lessons
rigidly presented, to visual stim-
ulus and a gradual building up
of vocabulary by the use of
stories and anecdotes which will
be of interest to the children.
But the redesigning of text-
books is only one symptom, of
fundamental changes in the
teaching of foreign languages.
The book was formerly domi-
nant; now it is but one book, al-
though an important book,
among a number. It is now be-
lieved that foreign languages
are most easily taught to young
children rather than to adoles-
cents. The teacher speaks French
*' [-'. .'t. on the "
T, ." ,*'... : *_ ,..L "A 5 play
ing French children. Fil
dio, ,h -. .... _,. all in
are, more ...' 'than
Only :- :- 'the children
,,.;. to '- some
do es:.." even "i to
-.",tf a t e tape-recor
.L.dent. er,. 5-, ages plays
i :1 4..::. they can pl;
i ..,Lr..i :i. ey hav
i. _L..r. of those sp
, r .ar.-" -:' .:' iL, :' th
'cil.. : _. .. :; ..
Sportsmen are reminded by the
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
: mission that the second phase of
the 1972-73 season for hunting
migratory mourning dove closed at
sundown, ; '-. November 26.
The season will remain closed
'.':.h December 15.
subject The third and final phase of the
dove .. t season will open on
S : December 16, and con-
; .. .: : Monday, 8.
in the -- to the C. :';:: ]"
tax hours for ..' : ou =ing
8 mU. -dove are from 12 noon to sunset.
Hunters are allowed a .). '. limit
ion if .of 12 birds, and a total possession,1
after the first day's .1 ,. of.
two day's bag limit;
go to _____
What Makes the
&y at- Leaves Turn?
million .: to "Ole
who Jack Frost" ..- : the
leaves to change, their color in
t how The color change, says Extension
forester Tony Jensen, Florida Ag-
ement ricultural Extension Service, re-
d and suits from chemical' processes
ration which take i".-,. in the tree .dur
ing, its ".r- .. for winter.
-, ...' .:,, from other states of-
ten miss 'the '.signs of the changing.
season, ihe Autumn col-
ors of .. '- tres.
SBut leaves i
Florida, t" .. .. ".
; ._ ..,. -, L } *. .... I- '
of ..i varies .... from place
to place ~'-.', .'; Flor-
ida is. pine iA-.. and cypress
ce, no ponds. Pines, ef.. .-: -. remain
green all.. year, while cypress
Lccom- leaves just turn brown and fall
>rtant, The show of color really does
doing something for the tree. It is a by-
product of chemical changes which
take place ,'as the- eaf dies. .Wher-
.night .ever ,there- is winter weather,
e, and broad-leafed trees must seal them-
hers. selves in to .- the cold
he n .fi, -. A after. ,.,', e y.,."' i ."-
ee Eh -'t' yer -:'... the place
child theleaf t. twig, no
ature water can get'in the leaf
ma t "u:..'..-."- the stem *
The normal green color of a
leaf comes ..
that helps in -the 'manufacture of
or in sugar. Without a water supply,
iat we this breaks down and disappears.
"Con- Then :..-L-' and orange pigments
called carotenes are: visible. Be-
e pow- fore they were hidden by the chlo-
ll eat, rophyll.
on the Reds and purples in some Au-
tumn leaves come from the last
enough sugar manufactured by the chloro-
phyll acting on certain minerals
in the tree leaf, Jensen says. This
condition happens .'" '- when
days are warm -.. ... are cold.
are in It has been ... that cer-
y at be- tain .. trees produce more
Ims, ra. colorful leaves .'..: ,. than oth-
French ers. r,, -, ,,.' .'.'. of .thpe U. S.
books. .Department of ..'- .' .....: using
en have 'this fact produce strains of orna-
French mental red maples with added or-
read or namental value.
s a vital techniques which have' come
ay back about by. the realization both
re made that the way in- which things
peaking are learned by children is differ-
eir own ent from what had been assum-
,. ':i .\ =.i :,' f?,- f .? '.. .-, 1.i *r.,
- r n-m
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DeWITT MATHEWS, Pastor
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 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. ODUM, Pastor
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
These holidays, even though they provide wel-
come breaks in the everyday routine and are necessary
to re-assess our v play havoc with the :-bci;ul- of
of us .. h ,-: deadlines to meet each and every
week. v,,' :i-t around" a holiday can cause one to won-
der whether or .'. .a a.:i a off is w.rth it if he must crowd
the same amount of -inik s and accomplishments into f,,-
er *:'. to .L'-V fs,-r a' Ji of rest.
I have i those ,h:-.uh4 but I've gone right ahead
. and worked I d' ;, even Thanksgiving morning, and a
tad ?- .. ;<.--i.ru. 7i to get the Thanksgiving week end
off and I found that "ir-,,. wasted" most r.. i'i.'i,.
.The ~ ..t.. two Th.. r';.vi.n dinners i..i at
noon at my r. .-I a.1 ione in the '.rnb with Frenchie's
...- .. left me more -r,if-i., than the turkey l.,.?f,-- the
meal But, I task with my usual verve and
.' -i-:...' i d f'r, n'', are my b-..i, 'vs
and I trair. -:, ./, Ji..;it lz an athlete .'--i.ting
r. i" for the ..1 I'll i,. :-v .admit I can sit down
to the table -with anyone and I have the creden-
tials to prove it.
A look at the i-r shows that it is just a little
more than i-. .- until Cri _i;,. It's hard to be-
lieve the year : .-.by so. I read the other day,
where >.. T; ,. getting hotter and in a few billion.
years will )v.. .1 I. .. hot for humans to live on. The
Bible M usl thatto. But, we're not .Ih,-.. the in-
-, 1,e,- ',.w re i .the 4... ." timv... and
I the i '- are .. .:-. r .i-1 now, they'
appearto I .. .,, ''i 1. ':" i., ',-L' and day = 1t',1
.-- r" r,.." ', i, i i "r .",. .' ,v i v '.* ." '].. "rto "- t :.' :.J r !i; h.-
tened out. .
r also 1 ~. ,- Iv Where scientists are trying
to .. out ndw 'for astronauts to '.llw in
outer *...' hey say- the traditional 24-hour day we
operate'on hereon the Earth isn't necessary for the well-
being of the r...r, .na : manning a space station. They
are advocating crazy lhi n:-- like working up to 24 hours
*'and sleeping six hours on a stretch rather than our nor-
mal It's all mixed up. Although I sometimes
need to work 24 hours, I certainly wouldn't relish the
...r,! T,, is fl by fast enough now, and
m9, N ... i RAVING 'to work is the culprit causing
old i0,T ,r .Time to get 'ri -r footrace with the sun.
I ,li,'K" realize how many -.' .,:.1.- were .'? ir .,r -at
the bits to }. a 1-..a -, ir, built here in Poirt St. Joe until
I wrote that little piece last week. We may have started
." .I.,'J!L,_..-' Oh w,.ll, if we have to start something,
we'd r :.'. it be ..m rr.h.good.
The -!" ... (Okla.) "Republican" editor wrote re-
cently: '"E hometown is 'Our Town' .... -] or bad
S. clean or ,1t.irl'.. growing or going to pot .
because we' are a f. ,' of it and responsible for its sue-
cess or f(i'.. It is high time, we drop the 'Why
J 1.:-". "T.'" do ... ,' and substitute 'Why don't
."'WE" do for our town state .. and nation."
If we did. '. .. .l.ti it eliminate revenue sharing?
Heaven forbid if we ever have to start doing for ourselves
or do '.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Florid THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972
Dnne Sver Sprngs
~ Dinner Time at Silver SpringS
'Coui treat perives96,000by Ii1 r .
County Receives $96,000 I
rJ to young fawns at Florida's Silver Springs.
In Race Track Funds in Nov.,
w hih f -iVur'da :; 67 l s i '_ e equal .,ij it/ can receive :'. the ,.h' ;
fise,, $: ..',U,,'i t ,,; k ann upI i ,I ,,, :;,-' ',* ,-, ..':. up to rof a ,fisdal.t .is t. tuh, ,. .
r n ir i .. Ji.'.,f,.. ,'i,_n .,rI, ,! ll *'; '' "' '' year. ', __ __ _
Sl ickinson anouI ... "r.- of CLASSIFIED ADSI
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Acrylic double knit and
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Sizes to fit Junior, Missy,
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And you'll love shopping these HOLIDAY SPECIALS Savings all over
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Your Bank Americord and Mastercharge welcome Register for the 10
speed Bike to be given away December 16 .. Also when yoO register you
will be .li-.blk for the "Christmas Spirit" Car to be given away December 23.
Free Candy and Bubble Gum Sale Starts Thursday, November 20 and
goes through Dk Ocb nhr 5, 1972.
Men's and Boy's
Choose from, new cor-
duroys and velours
with plain or fur col-
Jars. Men's sizes 36 54.
Boys sizes 8-18. This in-
cludes denims which
start at a low $8.99.
Famous. Stacy brand with high stack.
heel and platform sole. Burgandy and
black 24tone. High fashion boot of the
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e-woo / '^2
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New tape necks, Wallace-Beery, lcat up
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tones or stripes in sizes 8-18.
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,r.*-iifdo4 in. for longer wear.
20 Fall fashion colors. One
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water during the winter jiist like I roots from being killed.
the rest of the year. Remember,
people don't stop eating anid drink- Sprinkler systems have also been
OTl ing in the winter and neither do used for cold protection. A con-
.l" ........ d plants! stant flow of water over the plant
p.n. Gr e may be of value, however, if the
Another way to minimize cold supply of water is stopped or is
-v ^ -r-e I injury is by suitable windbreaks. not supplied fast enough, ice can
-:- : Windbreaks reduce wind speed build up to the point where its
-- I ki L and also conserve heat in an area. weight breaks the branches of the
N o t s -.- Evergreen plants make excellent plant. This method is usually not
S, windbreaks which can be effective- suitable for home-owners, since
by SHANNON SMITH ly placed so that an area stays large quantities of water are need-
warmer than it would if it were in ed and most irrigation systems are,
Home Grounds Specialist the open. You can thus protect inadequate.
S- University of Florida some of your tender plants by To
SUniversity of Florida To windbreak summarize, a good healthy
placing them inside a windbreak plant is the best insurance against
f ev cold damage. A healthy plant
Covering materials such as cloth, means a proper fertilization and
Cold damage, from low temper-; plants do not go through this har- polyethylene plastic and paper can watering program .are used. Use
atures, frost or a' hard freeze, is a dening process so we must try to .also be used to reduce cold in- windbreaks or protective coverings
hazard to many outdoor plants in reduce cold damage on these plants jury. These temporary coverings for the entie plant or at least for
Florida. Even in south Florida by artificial means. Nutrition is trap heat and maintain higher 'the main stem when a cold snap
where temperatures seldom reach very important for increasing a temperatures near the plant. Oth- is anticipated. If all fails and the
the freezing mark, cold injury can' plant's .resistance to cold injury. er materials such as leaves or soil 'plant freezes, replace it with a
and often does occur. With.proper A plant that is favorably supplied can be piled around the base of more cold tolerant species or grdw
cultural practices and several pro- with all elements essential for plants to keep the stems from that favorite ornamental as a pot
tective 'steps, damage from low growth will survive lower temper- freezing. Leaves may be injured plant which can be moved indoors
temperatures can be cut to a min- atures and recover faster from cold ..r ... i,, .. .
imum. injury than plants not receiving or even llled but these coverings those few cold days we have in
proper fertilization. In other words may prevent the entire stem and Florida.
Many plants gothrougha "har-a plant suffering from a lack or.....
denying process" with the advent of rtiliz wil
low temperature. mThis process in-inbalance of fertilizer will be more FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
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in plants, enabling them to survive timum level of fertilization should Intersection Monument and Constitution
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tant in this hardening process. Most plants grow during the win- Church School ......-....... 9:45 A.M.
Plants receiving little or no light' ter but at a slow rate. The rate of Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
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even though the temperature is proportionately, say to one-third Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
acting to encourage this natural the normal rate, but should not be
occurrence, completely stopped. This is also "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives',
Many of Florida's sub-tropical true for watering. Plants require
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972
Too Late To Classify
S : By Russell ay
We read and. hear, so much
conidemnation of today's youth
that it is comforting now and
then to find a story telling of
youth's achievement, bravery,
,inselfishness and other worth-
while contributions to society.
was particularly, pleased to
find in my ,morning paper .a
number of articles giving credit
to youngsters for acts of which
we may albe proud. /
One recounted the bravery
and courage of Michael Peter-
son, 19, of Lothian,? Md., who
k gave his own life in a tragic fire
after be had saved a mother and
seven children who were, trapped
in a burning trailer.
He happened., t be passing
and without regard to himself
rushed to the aid of the stricken
family One after another he
rescued the terrified woman and'
her children. Though practically
exhausted from his efforts, he
again entered the blazing infer-
. no fearing others .were still in-
side. But warped from the heat,
the trailer, door stuck behind
him and he was burned to, death.
Another story told' of an en-
terprising California youngster
who became concerned with our
envirnoment problem and set
out to do something about the
litter and trash that blemished
his neighborhood. After school
he would tramp the streets
picking up discarded cans and
battles along with other trash
discarded by thoughtless litter-
iHe found he could sell the
cans and bottles for recycling,
so he decided to ask friends and
neighbors ts save them for him
and estabhshed a regular route,
working about three hours a day.
He collected about 10c a pound
for aluminrru- cans and up to
36c for a. case of beer bottles
and various rates, for other types
of bottles and containers.
Although- there was no inar-
ket for newspapers in his area,
he collected them. anyhow and
donated them to his church that
had arranged for quantity traris-
portation to a distant recycling
He found that the pickings
were good in' .the neighborhood
of supermarkets, bars and res-
taurants where beer and other
drinks were sold in bottles and
cans. He added such locations
to his daily route.
Carl. Zekambo, Jr., had often
heard his mother and father
say how much they wished they
could -isit their parents -in
Rome hr: ih 'ed his money
and now plans to give themri the
long desired trip. He can do it,
too,' for during, the last. year he
has earned over' $8,000. Carl
said his only investment -was a.
pair of sturdy gloves which he
purchased after he' had cut him-
self on broker. glass while rum--
maging in trash_ L:
Then there wa 'the story of
'C 3 C Gi'cmaI'r the .:b1ji'd-- 'bo-
of Birmingham who, was badly
crippled in an accident with a
police car and was awarded
$750,000 by the court. He do-
nated $5,000 to the widows and
orphans fund for police and fire-
men. He said he wanted to show
how fair the police arid courts
had been to him.
So we learn that all our young
people are not bad. They are not
all on pot and hard drugs, so we
should not blame the majority
for the of. ::- of the ,:'::'.
that unfortunately receive most
of the publicity.
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.% t. baking powder.
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1% .cups ch',pped pecans ,
Beat egg wbjtrf and baking pow-
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Add sugar slowly Add varlla
Fold in crumbla slowly. Add pe-
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'350 degree Cool; cover with
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2 e. dry bread crumbs
1 c. raisins
1, c sugar
1 t. cinnamon
% t. dloves'
1 t. soda
3 T. margarine
1 c. cold water.
Place bread crumbs, raisins, su-
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eggs and pecans in top of double
boiler; add margarine and water.
Stir well;, cover.: Steam for 2
hours. Serve with hot lemon sauce,
whipped cream or ice cream.
REGISTRATION. of FICTITIOUS
We the undersigned, being duly
.sworn do hereby declare under
oath that the names of all per-
sons interested in ibe business or
profesni-,u cearnd on under the
name .-,." K A;;D D IFLEVIliON
and SODtJND". n01 Re Ave. 'Port
St. Joe Florida and the extent of
the inti-rest of each, is, as foll-ws-
Neil K. Arnold, Sr., and Vuitvua,.
A. Arnold, owners.
NEIL K. ARNOLD, Sr.
VIRGINIA A. ARNOLD
NOTICE TO RECEIVE
The Board .'f CZIrLy Ccrmmis-
sioners, Gulf county, Flonda, will
receive bids from any person, coin:
pany r corp. O.iont LrerfStci in
selli-ng the Coun ty tbhe fIIMg
described per:n-nal property for
the Giud Countv Cdvil Defen'e De-
partm .-T 't, to ,i w d .
ONE. (1) 1%':3 Station Wagon
with the following specifications:
minimum wheel base 110"
clearance ca.go floor to ground
2 5 V . ..
fuel tank capacity, 24 gallons
front qxle .capacity 2 600 lbs.,
rear axle capacity. 3S00 lbs.'
bumper front and rear
fuel tank skid plate
360 CID 2-barrel' V-8 engine
'five (5) 8:55x15, 4 ply, black tires
S ower tail-gate window
5 amnp alternator
S06 amp battery.
heavy duty cooling
rear track look differential
electric winch front end
wheel rims 15"
STERMS: $3.500.00. will be, 1aid
i upon delivery and balance to be
paid on or before January 15, 1974.
Bids will be received until 9100
A.M., EST, December 12, 1972, at
the office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, Port St. Joe, Florida.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY
GULF COUNTY, FLA.
F. R. PIPPIN, Jr., Chmn.
SP I N E S Nights, call Port St. Joe 227-84'
SFturei; Say Yu Saw It In The Star -
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AGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joo, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972
Citizens Called On to Aid
In Building Scout Camp
Wdilam T. Mayo is calling a
group of interested citizens to-
gether from throughout the Big'
Bend area to gr'e advice and
leadership to the Apa l ee
Bend Gurl &'out. 'The Cun-cil
has acquired ,.60 acres of,han on
Li)e TalqiLin on w;.hich they plan
to develop a *rcr p -amppr.ug cnr
ter. With the chaie t ansih' cf
Mr Mayo.. they ar4 seeLking ad.
v.e on the To'. n r, tj;r y l
approach the accomplishment of
a lonmg tuire demii
For mmany years, the GurA
"Coutz Uhe e~~' p-irt of the
pr.eesfjorri, threix an-nual ::A.-
nJ~t~. tg.& b*Ini '.ill-
in o i cA ;rjlha-i !"Y" Fr:ir) z M.
troop activities and various oth-
er youth groups.
The center will feautre four
'units. each with living accomo-
dations for 32. There will be two
cabin units with four cabins
'each; one tent unit and for the"
more advanced Scouts, a pole
hut unit. These will be construct-
ed on' <" .. -:*. the ': -- to en-
able the girls to feel -.'.- are
living among the tree tops.
A lodge complex will encom-
pass :. s .. -. hall and ('..L
the administration office, can--
teen and craft shop, clinic and
a swimming pool area. The lodge
will be used for all large group
..'if... all. year round.
The camp, area located on the
waterfront will be >.,- :-'-..l .to
\include'A i.t s: of -.'. activi-
ties., A dock for boating, sailing .
and' canoeing, will be separate.
All members of Melody Rebekah
Lodge, No. 22 are invited to attend
a Christmas party Monday, De,
| member 11 at the American Legion
Hall following a short 'meeting:
Everyone is asked to bring a cov-
A FULL HOLIDAY TABLE
FOR THE HARDY FAMILY
The family of the 'late Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Hardy enjoyed Thanks-
giving dinner and a day of fellow-
ship together at the'W. G. Hardy
home place at-Overstreet.
from the swimm ng area A pa-
vilon over '. :':- add to
the area and be used for
.: of the
.: ;' '.:."j enpre-
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ALL SALES CASH and FINAL
Gulf County Receives $123,460.00
In Foundation Money'During November
Gulf 'County Schools received
$123,460.00 during the month of
November from the state Mini-
mum Foundation appropriation
Comptroller Fred 0. (Bud) Dick-
inson, Jr., announced this week.
The state money reflected a $11,-
200 increase over November of
The state distributed $55.5
million to Florida's 67 counties
d u r ing November, Dickinson
said. The foundation funds are
distributed on a monthly basis
for use in teacher salaries, stu-
dent transportation and other
The Minimum Foundation pro-
gram insures that public schools
have sufficient operating funds,
Each county's share is based on
student r@'.'n',:'. figures in
-- Say You Saw It In The Star -
Guests of Mrs. Dessie Lee Par-
ker for Thanksgiving dinner were
all eight of her children along
with their families. They included
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parker, Joy, Pani
and Tres; Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Namynanik, Andy, Paula, Tony of
Lynn Haven; Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Parker, Patti and Mike White; Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Parker, Daryl,
Randy and Dina; Marion Parker
and Miss Peggy King of T.L', h,.
see;"Faye Tarantino and Joey of
A.\p-l..:i' .1.; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Parker ,Lee and J.T.-s .1Mr. and
Mrs. Larry PrTI. "*',d and
Shannon of Tallahassee and Mr.
and Mrs. John N .1, .v of Lock-
port, N. Y,
Those attending. were: Mr. and
Mrs. William Hardy and son, Johh
i and children, Donna, Teresa,
John and Wayne; Mr. and Mrs.
S iVv.lla iM T. MAYO James, Gil Iord .and Bobby; Mr.
S-,.. .... /, nd Mra C.;i'Guilford, Gill, Evon,
S C'-'i't'and Allison; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Guilford and Brenda; Mr.
Mrs. Shirley Webb Hosts Meeting :* 's and Mrs. A.'L.
r I "-nama,: Cnty Mrs .
Of Club 22 Last Tuesday Morning '... ......5 o
Club ;.' r-.. at -the h- -ef Mrs. District Christ'as" ty P L \ Jim of Gr.-r..e,'
.,, Webb Tuesday "'. ,;, American. Legion Hall, .w. ;.; .... r. C-larence Corbitt nd
.. 1 .4 9:00 ,...Iu. Mr-. 2 atf 8:00 p.m. Eaehmember i s Chris of TaUahassee; Mr. and Mrs.
r.- ,,! vil-i<. .. '.i ..... p. :....-,i to bring a covered dish. Leslie Griffin and Ida of Wewa-
*ened with the T,,-.r.:: Prayer. hitchka and one visiting guest,-
S. d The Club discussed r L ',I up 1Miss Jo Holland of Mexico Beach,
A rummge sale, bake sale' and a basket for a needy family.,
bazaar were discussed and planned a ket f a neey f / ly Members of the family who were
for December 2 at the American Mrs. Webb served refreshments unable to attend were Mrs. Alton
Legion Home. of coffee .and r '-,:.t i..:f.: to"Mrs; Hardy, Wewahitchka; Mr. and
Mrs. M.*ni-, Iou Dare won r,.. m'nnie Mae' MeMillian, Mrs. M Mi:. .Roland Hardy, Overstreet;
door prize. '. Lou Dare, Mrs. Margaret bif ',- and Mrs. ,Quincy L. Hardy,
. A Christmas party, which will be rah, Mrs. Lois Daniell, Mrs. Nella Sanford; Mr. and Mrs. James M.
held December 11 was discussed. Dean Bruce, Mrs. Addie Goodson T, T,. .; Kiiston, No. C., and Mrs.
Mrs. Shirley Webb announced the and, Mrs. Pearl Whitfield. jPaul Sullivan, Millbrook, Ala.
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THE STAR, PrtSt. Je, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2 PAGE SEVaG
a high series of 368.
AN Railroad 36
Pate's Shell 34
Ralph and Henry's ------30
Wewa Bank 23
Pollock's Cleaners ------14
Top Dollar 10
B&D Improvement ------9
Margaret's Beauty .------ 4
GULF COUNTY MEN'S LEAGUE Tommy's Gulf Serv. _.- 20 28
St. Joe. Lanes took al four points St. Joe Lanes ----- 15% 32%
from Tommy's Gulf Service in Marr'ws TV ----- 14 30
bowling action this week. Steve --
Wombles' 480 was tops for St Joe LADIES' COFFEE LEAGUE
Lanes. Tommy's Gulf had Bill Be,- AN Railroad took all four games
sore high with 457. from Pollock's Cleaners this week.
Shirt 'and: Trophy took three Dot-H. was high for AN with. a
points from Marvn's'TV on lanes high game of 178 and ahigh series
.3 ; nd- 4. Shirt'and -.y of 469.. Sue P led Pollock's with a
pa.ed bjy big Joe Davis with a 146 game and 388 series
-.555, Troy Gay'k 530 and Tal. Pres Pate's ran off with all four
t6n with a 524. Bill Barlow's 497 games from:. R&D I:,,.'p:.'' ,,
was the best for Marvin's Ruby was real hot -
R"loche Furniture, took three -. ef 17, 18 a 1 for.a
games-from Murdock'seTV behind series Lo was h or
.the 538 bowling' of Jerry Colvi. :'1 B .' o
Leon Pollock- added a good 531 a "' '
series. Murdock's had B. J. Rich-1 I ili :.1 Henry's ,h :-'. i
yards with a 524 to brag about 'i-*p L-r-I for ,; four games.1
a. kC Mai nneiia. b 'L:J ':r.. "."-': '"':L t .-. faor V,0 r. H ne:
betl Drug. t.:ic all four games. I'- ."t 3 game and 41 .:c'r
S'Larry Parrish tossed a '417-for lies L. cr had ,a 127 game ,.ni
Camnpbell's and Bo Bouington had .L .: rj i a 335 series for T.ip
a 523 for Basic M.' a .: ,i-.. '
Standings W L :;,:'.,' Beauty Salon took
Shirt and Trophy- 30 10 three of four games from Wewa
Roche Furniture. ----- 29 19 Bank .Eleanor W. was the best for
Murdock's TV '_ 26% .17% Margaret's'with her 173 game and
,Basic Magnesia -- 28 20 484 .,'.r:e:. Louise was high for
Campbell's Drugs' 17 ..23., Wewa Bank with a 143 game and'
LETTER 1EADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS
CIRCULARS -")'P.": S li '-.'_ CARDS
BROCHURES '-. '.-C, TY PRINTING
Eloise Bailey, 16,
Taken by Death
Eloise Patricia Bailey, age 16,,
passed away Tuesday, November
14 in a Panama CLt:. ho:.':.! af-
ter a. lengthy illness. She was
a native and lfe-long resident-
of Port St. Joe. She was a mem-
ber of- the Zion Fair Baptist
C,'u.'.h and- attended "r,.'
h..~A d Port St o. Joe
Survivors include her mother,
.CeI-:_ 2-: .-:'. five sisters,
Janiee Phillips, Ann'.Marie Bai-
ley, Cathalene .' Athalee (
Bi 2,y7 and Li C,.: Bailey;
two brothers,. Leonard 'I s.e:',
and Eugene E: .',: grandmo-
ther, Mrs. Carri' Bailey; -four,
1 i,: three uncles, two great
l'jLie, six great aunts, and nu- 7
STi',::: services were con-
ducted Sunday from the Zion-
.Fair Baptist 'Church with the
Rev. Charles P. Price and Rev.
Raymond Rogers officiating. In-
terment followed in the' St.
Marys Cemetery near Marianna.
\ Kilpatrick Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE
The Board of County Commis-
sioners, Gulf County, Florida, will
r-ceive-sealed bids from any per-
son, company or corporation inter-
ested in selling the Couinty the fol-
lowing described personal proper-
ONE (1) 1973 TRUCK with the
Cab and Chassis minimum 146
in. wheel base
V-8 Engine 360 cu. in. mini-
xl.: xie 17,500 Ib. minimum,
Front axle 6,000 lb. minimum
Front springs 3,000 lb. minimum <
'4 "Pete" White Named to Board of
10 Directors of 'Florida Forestry Assn.
Hugh W. 'Pete" White, Jr.,
Vice President, St. Joe Paper
Company; has been elected to
the Board of Directors of the
Florida Forestry Association,
the statewide organization en-
couraging the promotion, devel-
HUGH W, ""Pe '. WHITE
Free HoRday Musicat
At Gulf Coast College.
A cast of :of ` rz d Gulf Coast
Community C ; Chorale will
be ir-.:: n a -in. ;
to usher in : : season,
"Amahl -- Visitors",'
a musical .. Menotti,
will be .: in the College's
Fine Air: .' :- at 8:0 p.m.
The -:. : t ed to attend
andno ." :. will be charged.
Gospel Lite Quartet
At Nazarene Church
The Gospel 'Lies Quartet of
Columbus, Georgia, will be at
the Church of the Nazarene for
their Sunday morning services,
December 3, -. ,.. jr.- to the
pastor, Rev. Roy Smith.
Sunday school begins at 10:00
iam. and morning worship at
11:00 a.m. The church extends
an invitation to everyone to
come and enjoy the inspiration-
opment and protection of Flor-
According to Executive Direc-
tor William Carroll Lamb,
White will offer counsel; andi ad-
vice on Game and Land Manage-
ment functions, taxation, matters
and membership development.
A St Joe executive since 1947,
White is a Whitehall, Georgia
native and received his higher
education at the University, of
Georgia's School of Forestry.
White also serves on the Board
of Directors of the National For-
est Farmers Association and is
the Chairman of the Choctaw-
hatchee Chapter of the Society
of American Foresters.
"Concerned and dedicated men
like Pete White will help the As-
sociation create a better under-
standing of -and respect for the
importance of' forestry in Flor-
ida," Lamb commented.
Is An Exacting Science Too!
LIKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR
PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE
There are about as many dif-
ferent types of insurance as there
are specific, needs. You can't buy
them all, so it is vitally important
that' you consult with an expert
Call 6n us at any time!
WE PUT THE "SURE".
IN YOUR INSURANCE
Rear springs 10,400 lb. minimum
Auxiliary springs 2,250 lb. min-
Tow hooks on front -
Cast spoke wheels
Two (2) 8:25x20 10-ply fi .rAf tires
6.5 in. rims .. -
Four (4) 9000x20. 1~- ii tires on
rmar, 7.0 rims. .
K,. ,i ,'.i f:i.., "',;000 PSI- .'
19 2 S 1.4 ra'IYL'd i'jr.
Full air :brakes with tractor
package Ln'J.i. air, and LAtR takt A. L L
Hllay uty .L.?' system know that YOU can be S'
Heater and defroster
Westen-ype mirrors (6 in. x 16 nemayhave anaciden
in. mLnirau,.m, right and leem .onve an, aecide
F n no :l, k fifth wheel y6u own. That someone
0 JE T' 17'4. Ford MTruck to.'be
traded on above specified truck. his claim can WIPE YOU
.Bids will be received until 9:00
A.M., EST, December 12, 1972, at less you're properly insw
the office of the Clerk of Circuit
CoUrt, P. 0. Box 968, Port St. 'Joe, I
Vlorida. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY
GULF COUNTY, FLA.
By: 'A. L. DAVIS,
t on. property
can sue .you,
LI U ''L'l'Y INSURANCE
AT A MINIMUM COST
ON Insurance Agency
WHEN YOU'RE A POWER COMPANY IN THE SECOND FASTEST GROWING STATE
IN THE COUNTRY, YOU MUST HAVE PLANS FOR THE FUTURE.
Florida Is growing at the astonishing
rate of 4000 people a week.
Half newcomers. Half newborn.
And half of this s| rulingg population
wIN be served by Florida Power.
By ,1980 we'll be needing twice the
electricity we need today.
That's why we've been planning for the
future for many years.
And why it's so important to you that
our building program continues.
We can't afford needless delays if
we're to get the job done.
Make your plans now to enjoy
a care-free Christmas next
year with a, Christmas Club
check from our bank. Join
today .You'll be glad you
at 'Port St. Joe
_ .Y Ir II I
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florid' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972
Save With Our Discount Specials
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HERE'S WHERE YOU GET
FOR YOUR MONEY
Anchor Hocking Avocado Glassware
MATCHING COMPANION PIECES AT SPECIAL
BIG 8 3/8 Inch
I with Fwvah sd vfr $S.0 purchase
-' Each woek a d ffk rent item will be featured at only
. 99c with emh and every $3.00 purchase. You can
build your "s as rapidly as you tike.
(50(ONI-IAR ,. 4i.8L. '.
SUGAR : 48i
Prices Effective November 29 through
All Meat First Cut
Stew Beef --. ..- lb. 99c SLAB BACON
Tender Beef Whole or Half
Cubed Steak Ib. $1.19 SLAB BACON
Round ... '
Round Steak --lb. $1.29 SPAR'RIkBS
Sirloin Steak-- lb. $1.39 Neckbone
3 Pound Pkg. or More Hog sMaw s
GROUND BEEF b. 49c g ig
3 Pound Pkg. or More ,s,. NMc
GROUND CHUCK- lb. 89c 'Drurnsticks
SLICED TRAY PAK PICNICS Ilb.
P C l C ST EAKS L Ib.
COkELAND SMOKED PICNIC SPECIAL
TWIN OAKS-- No. 303 Oan
... ..... **i
DETERGENT ----box 69c
Assorted or White Bathroom 2 Roll Pkgs.
Aurora Tissue -4 pkgs. $1.00
Parade W. C. or C. S. -16 a. nsUs
Golden Corn ------ 4 cans 88c
1 December 2, 1972
I., % BOB WI
IA GRADE 'A' and 'B'
(EN BREAST QUARTERS -------- Ib.
UTTERED FRYER THIGHS ---- b.
NG CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS Ib.
ICED BACON lb. e
on Butt Pork Roast FREE 100 EXTRA
ORK BACKBONE S&H Green StamF
W ith $10k Order or Mo
S' Thru Dec. 2,.1972
:)"J WV (i~fayM/j^M
,SUNBEAM KING SIZE LOAVES
Bread 3F- $
' EB R STAINED
Baby Food 10
"NO.a ANS DEL MONTE
ParaAe French Style 16 Oz. Cans
Green Beans 4 cans $1.00
Parade Garden 16 Oz. Cans
Sweet Peas 4 cans $1.00
Parade Fruit --16 Oz. Cans
COCKTAIL 3 cans 99c
ROBIN HOOD '5 LB. BAG
BIG ROL10& NORTHERN
Towels 3 Fo
D2 etr. ge:n# Li.tllf
* QUAUTY BRAWL&D
Frvih F-&.rid.4 LB. BAG
Sr Gra e ru- Grap i .. it
RED JUICY -4 LB. BAG
H'S chocolate ( Penu, Put nstes
01!or Ch6olate Covered Foiled M nts 16 Oz. Bag
!BRAC:H"$^--- 69Cf ''*! ^1 '' ^y.^^
Frozen Apple, Peach and Cherry 20 Oz. Pkg.
49 7C Bitrd-wy Frozen 9 Oz. Pkg. Pet Ritz Frozen Deep Dish -2 Shellg
COOL WHIP _9 oz. 59c PIE SHELLS -- 15 oz. 47c
MeKezie's Frozen Vei-tatleA*
.oz. 39c GREEN BEANS CUT SQUASH 1 9
MIXED VEGETABLES -- SPINACH 10 Oz.Packag
Blue Bonnet Reg. =1 Lb. Ctns.
Georgia Grade 'A' LARGE
GCeorgia Grade 'A' MEDIUM
You Save Two Ways Every
Time at Your Piggly Wiggly
Quantity Rights Reserved
.ll.i, ,Ith,,iHI 4 -u46 nIcNCE tCAN
WME STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972 I'AIF NT NP
Stoget married, permission to re- pany of Gainesville, to supply high requests and the gudelnes are on sonnel changes were made:St. Joe High School-dismissed
Minutes The turn to school and finish with her schooldiplomas in coy file in the Superintendent's office Highland View Elementary Davis Jackson from the custodial
O i am Linton, Genra this agreement is on file in the Chales GasMn, the Board's Ar- granted Mrs. Joan Myers' personal st ff. Hired George Foxworth to
BOA D f P I pervisor, reported mto the Board Superintendent's office. chitect, met with the Board to dis-, leave effective January 30, 1973 the custodial staff effective Sep-
6'AI O :concerning the early graduation The Board accepted the lowest cuss a proposed change order by' until the end of the 1972-73 school member 11, 1972. Increased Mrs.
requests madte gparentsiofand best bids for foodstuffs t and the Kolmetz Construction Company year. j Gladys McArdle's working hours
requests made by the parents of and best bids for foodstuffs and n the new kindergarten complex f S from four hours to seven hours
PORT FLORIDA matching funds that the PTA has Port St. Joe High Scho students supplies for the lunchrooms th- oeEl ar hoo Wewahitchka Elementary School p day effective September 11,
e .92vilbeo i oat P3,St. Joe Elementary School. l. -hired Elmer Hall, a regular bus 1 2. Hired Elder Fleming to the
PORT.ST 3. 1972FLORIDA mavailab to air condition class- Wendy Pitzil and Belinda Neel. He in the county for the period' of Kmet advocated a change order -hdriver, towo oHall, a egurpr day custodia reaEderFleming Septo the
The Gulf County School Board rooms at the that a special meet- grdat provided they met 31, 172 as follows: -routeby electric to drive elementary students to ber 5,1972. Hired Charlie Washing-
ivet datin regular session ome-ing of the Board would be called he mr.rTn m.requirements. These Swift Fresh Meat Company, P. ida Pwer Corporation Mr Gaskin art and music Hired Euw- cuto staff effective Apr. R. Williams on
above date The foWllowing mem-.to.d ndttd stu dents -,h .to'rgraduate in their R. Harrell aid Sons, Daffin- er sd he would discuss the tchka High cho Hred Eu- c oda staff effective Apr,
bers were present. William Roe. to discuss the airconditioning pro- a Scoventho ieyeai- which i d te end of cantile Company, Wes Florida changes withKomet and re gene ouse as custodian .the Li- 1972.
mer, Sr., chairman; Gene Faffield, posal with the PTA committee on eleventh year which is tfe end of cantile Company, West- Floria ed chges with Kolmetz and re ne-
mer, Sr., chairman; Gene affeld, P. s O e 10, 10 the 1979-73 scliool year. The Board Frozen Foods, Ti- et.- e Bod thron ite and a half hours per day aort St ChElementary Schoolevins'
Waylon Graham, B. J. Rich, Sr.,. eaay,coer adopted the minimum require- Company, Meat and Se. three and a half hours per day; -acceptd Mrs. Christine Levins'
and JK Whitfield, p.m. ements for graduation as required food and "'im.L E. Gheene Com-' The b ? r.\iri.in. rc?7 letters
The Superintendent was present. Mrs. Marjore Hamm, represent- by the State of Florida for the pany. f om ^er ,th Hing Pft l ed Weodrow Busby tchka Hgh Schoohir aff effective September 8, 1972.
The meting was' opened with g a delegao of parents, met school year 1972-73 A Policy gov- Copies of all bids are fie f Po St J e e staff effective September 8, 1972. to the
prayer by Board ,Member Graham. with te oard concernsg the eriiing- the 5 n require- the :-...t-: : ff vanJ Colvin to drive Monthe custodial staff effective September
The minutes -of the regular lack of playing equipme he ments for succeeding years will Two students at Port St. Joe Ele- ing --,r -.. -r :. ma .- J o h Cv t ontd 7, 1972. Hired Thomas Sims to the
meeting of September 5, 1972 were Kindergarten The Board notified be adopted... mentary School were. turned down the ct rules and small van for 6 days per month. 7,o dial staff effecthomas Sims to eptemberhe
read and approved a read.', Mrs. Hamm that the situation .The Board issued Charles Con- on-requests for free or reduced tons at the sch~ : C..' of these HIre A nna Gtsae to the
Ball Brown, representing the .-.au'd bI remediedimmedi rad a bus drivers license for the price lunches due' to the fact r.-. etters,areon file in ..; af: f Adult '-.:.-: "- i Mrs. Sara
Fort St Joe Elementary School -The Board authorized.Becky Spi- school year-19723. : ex ed the al- tended's Port St.Joe Elmentary Scool Ann Jones as a teacher aide for
*PTA, met with .the Board concern- va, a student at Wewahitchka High' The Board entered into an lowable amount- stipulated by the' Upon the recommendation of the -granted Mrs. Audrey IMonette the Adult School.
ing the possibility c.f the Board School who withdrew from school agreement with the Balfour Corn- Federal Guidelines. Copies of these' Superintendent, the following per- personal leave from -: ^ Y.- I. 15 Bills in the amount of $88,053:46
S- '-- I -- .... '- "cember 19, 1972. Hired were examined arid ordered paid.
--n .'.,'.: i : replace Mrs. There being no further business
S ,.r.: .:.- september 19, the'Board adjourned to. meet again
."? V- M--- M Fr'nda Faison as in regular session on November 7,
'-- .'% rf teacher ef- 1972 at 9:00 a.m., EST.
Oe t f e Herry Hlbutaa teacher R. Marion Craig William Romer
:II .J i '.. ,e WAugust 31, 1972. .. Superintendent Chairman
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Florida School Buses Involved In 699
Accidents In 1971 -Increase of 49
S ; school buses were in- cal barrier.
'..-h;h ,' "You should ,.s, your speed
r :.-, said and use caution when you meet a
S k, -. : .- this school bus, knowing that it may
S' stop at any time," '.'i.- ir..i- d Beach.'
The : violations, by motor- HOLIA YGUESTS
ists that contributed to these HOLDA GUESTS
dents were ;.'. .to have vehii Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ur.,.r.h of
cle under control and ,. :.r..: of i. ',. Long Avenue had "as 'their"
right of way./ guests--over 'the i ,i, their
-..T, Barbara of Tallahassee;
"The big yellow school bus and-. Mr .an. Barbara of l la Waler
:; ;..m,.-..r, along the road-Mr.. and Mr Johnnye S.' Walker
side should remind motorists of and Mrs. *Jerry Branch of Colum-r
their responsibility to follow the and rs Branch of u-
law relating to school busesand bus Ga and Mr. and Mrs. Doug.
help protect the young lives they and Allson of Columbus,
carry," said Co.',rei EdT; ; 'J Be.h; Ga.
director of the- Patro! "
When a j'A. b;'j : .
stop signal l.:.. ii ,:r ..;.i.r ,,jir,,
youngsters, all motorists going in
the same direction are required
,to stop. T,;.f ',~,, ,. i.,n 'the op-
posite direction will also be re-
quired to stop unless the highway
is divided with an unpaved space
at least .five feet wide or a physi-
Melody Rebekah Lodge, No. 22
of Port St. Joe is sponsoring a
rumage sale, bake sale and ba-
zaar Saturday, December 2 at the'
American Legion Hall beginning
at 10:00 a.m.
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!
SPA G TE N THE S AR, Port St. Jo*, FlorIda THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1972
Adrian Gant Named Defensive Player
Of the Year at Livingston State Univ.
LIVINGSTON "You would
have' thought they earned those
awards based on tonight's play
against Tennessee Martin."
Those were coach Mickey An-
drews' words concerning the an-
nouncement of end Adrian Gant
as the team's Defensive Player
of the Year and end Tommy
Cartwright as the Offensive
Player at Livingston University
this past Saturday night
Gant, a native of Port 'St. Joe,
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Efouise Bailey
wishes to thank the many people
of Port St. Joe for their prayers
and many acts -of kindness shown
during our time of need. The peo-
ple, the churches, the hospital
and doctors, especially Dr. Simp.
son and Dr. Humphreys were very
The family of
ELO UE BAILEY
, "PORE BOY'S CORNER"
IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10 A.M. to 7 P.M.
'November 30 through December 2
Georgia Grade "A"
SMALL EGGS ---2 doz. 79c
HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. $1.59
ROUND STEAK lb. $1.09
RIB ROAST -----lb. $1.09
All Meat 9 l
Stew Beef Ib.
A Thought to
The stoiy is told about the fa-
mous French tight-rope walker
who was, preparing .to walk
across Niagara Falls on a rope.
"Do you believe I can walk
across these falls?" he asked a
"Yes", was the reply.
"Do you believe I can carry
a man on; my shoulders?" he
"Yes, I do", the man stated.
"Would you be the man to
ride on my shoulders?" he
"No, not me!" he emphatic-
* Faith, sometimes, is a strange
thing. Like the man and the
tight-rope walker, it takes on a
different meaning when it in-
volves us personally. We often
believe in great achievements
and ideals, but we do not want
to be an 'actual part in their ac-
complishments. Great faith is
that which is supported by our
own efforts-our own energies
THOUGHT TO REMEMBER:
"If you believe in something-
be willing to be a, part., of it!"
K LP A TR IC K
Port St. Joe, Florida
9. __ __
who played high school football
. here, is considered the best pass
rusher in the Gulf South, and
has constantly turned in the big
play' all season for the Tigers,
and Saturday's play against Ten-
nessee Martin which Livingson
,blasted 35-6 was no exception.
Gant was credited with five
individual tackles before re-
serves took over in the second
half, but all were on Martin
quarterback Shelton Zenon, who
Gant smashed to the turf as he
tried desperately to find receiv-
ers. Gant also blocked Martin's
extra point attempt.
Gant 'was double teamed and
on one occasion triple teamed ,by
Martin on a passing down, but
the 6-1, 215-pound end waded-
around blockers to still get Ze-
Gant is credited with taking
away opponent's passing, attacks
all season with his ferocious, de-
termined pass rush-what LU
coaches consider their best pass
Kicking game coordinator and
secondary coach Mike Dean calls
Gant "the main man on our pass
rush and the reason we have
led the conference in' pass de-
Defensive coordinator J i m
King voiced an even more quali-
-fied statement. "Adrian is an
-All-American just on his .pass
rushing," declares King. "Every-
one double teams him on pass-'
ing downs and sometimes he has
been triple teamed. Adrian is
the big play maker for us with-
out a doubt."
The awards were presented by
the Livingston Lions Club at
the conclusion of the Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Lavaun Taylor and
family of Ashville, N. C., spent the,
Thanksgiving holiday with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Taylor.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my apprecia-
tion to my many friends for their!
visits, food anq flowers brought
to me during my recent illness. I
would also like to express my gra-
titude to the Hospital nurses and
Dr. Simpson for their fine and
concerned care for me during my
stay in the hospital.
May God bless each of you.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
In accordance with Section 129.03, Florida Statutes, 1969, NOTICE
is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, has adopted a tentative supplemental budget for the
Fine and Forfeiture Fund for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1972,
and ending September 30, 1973; that said Board will be in session on
Tuesday, December 12, 1972, at 9:00 A.M., for the purpose of hearing
complaints as to said budget and for its final adoption, to-wit:
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
For fiscal year beginning October 1, 1972 and
ending September 30, 1973
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
A/C No. Budget
1294 Reserve sharing Trust Funds ------$ 10,000.00
Total Estimated Receipts ------ 128,934.00
Less 5% 6,447.00
95% of Estimated Receipts 122,487.00
Balance Forward: Cash 10,953.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED 153,250.96
3101:101 Salary Sheriff 12,000.00
3101:102 Salary Deputies and Assistants -_ 72.099.96
3101:105 Matching funds Retirement & S.S. 9,720.00
All other expenditures 52,125.00
Total Reserve for Contingencies _- 7,306.00
Total Budget 153,250.96
(NO ASSESSMENT OF VILLAGE REQUIRED)
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: F. R. PIPPIN, JR.
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
- -Bs....C ut ...,,- .:..c Green Beans_ 4 cans
English Peas --_ 5 cans $1.00 MAYONNAISE -----qt.
Effective During December
THE ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY
WILL INSTALL A .
(Desk or Wall)
For Their Subscribers
Without Service Connection or
Choice of Color Phones Include:
With $10.00 Order or More
S U GAR 5 lbs. 49c
Aunt Jemima 1 Lb. Boxes
GRITS---- 2 boxes 29c
PAL -88 Ounce Jar
COOKING OIL jug $1.29
ONIONS--. 2 Ib. bag 29c
RANGER Whole or Half
-_ 10 lbs. 69c
SLICED, lb. 55c
Choice Beef Center Cut
RIB STEAK ------b. $1.19 PORK CHOPS -----lb.
V4 Loin Sliced Fresh Pork
PORK CHOPS ------b. 69c NECK BONES ------b.
YOU NEED ONLY TO PAY A SMALL MONTHLY EXTENSION CHARGE
OF $1.50 PER MONTH FOR RESIDENT EXTENSIONS OR $1.75 PER
MONTH FOR BUSINESS EXTENSIONS
Contact Your Local Telephone Business Office Today for
St. Joseph Telephone &
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972 PAGE ELEVEN
"iUp .o. RICH and SONS' IGA -- PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA-
Tt-u Dec. 2- __
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Pet Ritz -iPackages of 2
PIE SHELLS ...
^ -SAVE 1h
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89 CHOCK ROAST
loaf 29c CHUCK ROAST,-,
INA!s SHOULDER ROAST
l rrgi d Rinid
PiElsbury I -8 'iLE... C .'
I 1^.1 1 ~
4 cans 39c
, _.3 kgs. $1.00
-_-*.;' _,.',." $1.67 Value) .. ;
LISTERINE 20 oz. $1.19
HAIR SPRAY .. 13 oz. $1.19
S' ..- -': .,. Extra,Hold) (Reg. d.' ,
DIPPITY -DO--- 8 oz. $1.09
/ $ L99
5 LB. BAG
Fresh Ripe, Juicy-MTart
AVOCADO PEARS 11 for$1.00 KUMQUATS
Fresh T' :..-i' NAVEL
Oranges bu.bag 129
[rri!h T,.,A s NAVEL
Oranges -' bu*. bag $2
Oranges -- box*2"
China Do0 T -- 24 Ounce Packages
LIMA BEANS 2 cans $1.00
lb RIB ROAST Ib.'$1,18
GROUND BEEF 1lb. 68c
.11 A "A---, -
STEW MEAT lb.
12 OZ. PKG...
SLICED BACON lb. 88c
PORK STEAKS Ib. 78c
D_! _. C.B ,..,.
, O ) r .RINKS ,
Pepsi or 7-Ui 3
Carton u. 0
12 oz. s58c
A *"f J'V-11 a i ,
I UA xeuow Clng
PORK and BEANS
_.4 cans $1.00
Kernel or Cream Style No. 4 %u -
GOLDEN CORN 4 cans $1.00
1 A -46 Ounce 'Cam
PINEAPPLE JUICE. 3 cans $1.00
VIENNA SAUSAGE 17 cans $1.00
POTTED MEAT 7 7 cons $1.00
DOG FOOD 8, cans $i.00
Bremner Jumbo'(All Flavors' Packages of 12
MOON PIES 3 pkgs. $1.00
CO 0 R N
0 L 48 oz. $1.00
U YM V TtijrI9
a ti n. ni aA
I V*. I IV .1 1U 7 I Ul l IUU
% Ga. Grade "A"-With $1 .lo, Order or More
$1 .00 I doz. EGGS.. FREE
ESH FRUIT SALE
HOME GROWN .
Florida Home Grown Best Flavor
POLE BEANS-- 3 Ibs. $1.00
FLORIDA GROWN FRESH
CORN 14 EARS$1.00
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florid THURSDAY, NOVEMBER O3, 1972
How are prescription prices de-
termined? We have a policy in
this. matter, the only one we,
can follow. We do not offer bar-
gains in prescriptions there is
w 'cut-rate way to health. Not
do we pretend to under-sell.
Prescription prices simply..are
; determined by the. cost ofthe
ingredients and operating ex.
pense. The prices we charge are
as low as satisfactory service
and effective drugs will allow.
Ph. 227-3371. 317 Williams
Plenty of Free Parking
Convenient Drive-In Window
Still Time to
Enter Parade Float
TPqrt St. Joe': annual Christ-
mas Parade will be helI next
SAturday morning and there is
stall time to enter floats in the
vent, .according to Bob Moore
T#e ~inual parade, which
brings Satl feila's to Port St
J Qto V14it Itthe chtldrien f
-4U age, is produced by the
Port. St Jo.e tail M: 'ht,:
and pronioted by the local Jay-
FloatsFwill bd WE iiedi on their,
"Chritmas theme". Prizes of
$110 00, $50 00 and $25.00 will
be awarde-d the first lhree ,u.'-
&nis in the ror-: Or,mer,:ial e di-
vitsi_.n--fliats rnteTPd by....nort
.pwibt or'aniLatJons-P ibLons w'A'[
be -awarded the top three floats,
i the cotnmer ,ia) division.
^ ---~--- ^
Monday, December 4 is the
deadline for purchasing school
pictures at Port St. Joe High
School, according to Mrs. W.. L.
Altstaetter, treasurer at the
Mrs. Altstaetter said the pic-
ture package was $3.64 per stu-
dent. She pointed out that the
unsold pictures will be returned.
following the Monday deadline
And no pictures will be sold af-
ter that date.
If you're. not getting your pa-
,pr Ilatdly, 'you can blame the
U,. S. Paota fice.
It Isn't that they're getting
sloppy -in lheir delivery, it's just
I that they refuse to deliver pa-
pers lacy more unless 'the sub-.
scristions, are paid up to date in
a9 current condition..
Si-re it, The Star, subscrip-
tions have b ,een allowed to get
"as Puch 'as six months in -ar-
rears, and, if it was thought the
sub crier .couVdnt really afford
the paper,'o peffot Iwas made to
collect. But, no more. Uncle Sanm's
Postal Service says all subscrip-
Stions must be paid right up to
snuff or they are to be .cut off.
Since The Star depends on the
mail to distribute its weeklly ef-
fort to subscribers there was 'no
alternative but to begin weeding
out those subscriptions i' ar-
To make sure this procedure
' is, followed the Postal Service-
now makes audits of the sub-
scriptior list, 'so there can be
Early Start of Season
Catches Many Hunters
Not Prepared To Go
Overcoming one of the earliest a year ago, which is a far cry from
opening season-dates in North- what some observers have report-
west Florida in recent years, plus ed. Totals a year ago at this stage
generally- warm dry weather, the I r a a this
current hunting season picked up of the season were 51925 man days
headway during the week ending of hunting.
November '26 and is now in full The numbers this year stand at
...wg. .. 48,417-down only 3,508 man days
For' many' years the general for the yo ng season, with seven
-hunting season in the Panhandle weeks of superb. hunting weather
has opened the Saturday nearest yet to 'go until January 14;. Ac-
November 20. This year it opened tually, prospects are also good for
on November 11. Hundreds of ar- high hunter activity again. this
dent hunters had guessed Novem- year.
ber 18, and 'had .arranged vaca- Estimated game harvest on 11
tons beginning that date. Natur- wildlife management areas so far
ally, they bt'Wve been late getting this year includes 917 eer, 16 wild
into the wo~ds and fields. turkeys; 2,250 'qtail, 9,679 squir-
Quail harvest has beeit good to rels,.105 ducks, 227 dove, 230 wIld
date,- but also .reflects theu way hogs 'and 78 snipe.
of the earlier,. armer date, said
tQ bJr-r. bird 'dog talents. Nev-
eithele. thequail havest thu
:.. oL 'A..Idhfs management areas IT S A FACT
has been' 2,250 birds, as compared.. .
to 2,659 at the end of the third F
week of hunting a year ago.
Being off only slightly to at .
a.,d with rams and cooler weather
n:v at n hand, prospects are good
that quad hunting success will.
equal or surpass the 1971-1972
h i.e:t. The supply is-said to be.
the best in several last seasons.
Even now, the squirrel take
slows a-gain over- lat +year, 9,679 -
Numbers of hunters in the field
are down only seven percent under
OLJU RURAL POPULATION t
AW7 r C ^W^9^ 1
Not Getting Your
County, City Have A Safe
Thanksgiving Ho li d a y
To Start Dead
Work is ready to egil on the
construction of a -felit- to allow
the draining oi the .De .1 Lakes
in v-'. T ,.itchi.' %e facility, be
ing contemplated to control wa-
ter weeds' in the l-Ares, is wait
ing only on the r.s-rET of prom-
"ih- r, the pat rIthb, the
D.ad La;esa Water Mainagemena
Comrmt tee has 'received a com-
i,-Tr.-ent i r a -loan of $125,000C
from the "Farmer's Home Ad-
miniitration to match funds from
the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Cnmrriscion and the Department
of Nat al Resources; 'each of
which had pidgedM $125000 to-
ward the project.
'According to Dead Lakes Man-
agement secretary George Y.
Core, FHA has informed the
group they may call on the state
agencies for their contributions
and start construction as FlHA is
in the process of selling bonds
to finance the $125,000 loan from
Core said the contractor' is
ready to 1go to work as soon as-
the state funds are released. Rep-
resentative William J. Rish is
making contacts in Tallahassee
now, trying to speed up the,
payment of funds.
was burned causing some smoke
damage in the home. Montgom-
ery said the fire was caused by
a short in an electric blanket on
Port St. Joe Volunteers had
their Thanksgiving dinner delay-
ed to answer the Montgomery
fire which occurred right at
Sunday night, an automobile
owned by Willie Underwood,
145 Avenue D caught fire but
was quickly put out. Only -min-
or damage resulted' from the
fire which was caused by a
shorted electrical wire.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express our
thanks and appreciation to all the
,wonderful people for their acts of
kindness and their thoughtfulness
during the illness of our loved one
and during our time of sorrow. To,
the staff of the hospital, the nur-'
ses, the doctors and to Dr. Shirley
Simpson in particular, a special
thanks for many hours of devoted
service. Words cannot express our
gratitude. We can only say "God
bless each of you".
MRS. J. D. SEXTON
JOYCE SEXTON CHATHAM
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FOE Classified Ads +
FOR SALE: 17 cu. ft. Admiral no- WANTED by individual. Approxi- WANTED: Man with service sta.
frost refrigerator with freezer at mately 300 acres suitable for cat- tion and mechanic experience.
top. White. $100.00 cash. GE elec- tie, cleared'or uncleared, Some
trick clothes dryer, $50.00 cash. F, low land would be okay. Phone 268- Apply at Ralph and Henry's Stan-
T. Kirkland. Phone 227-3561. Ip 6874 or 'write K. Dinkla, 11042 dard Service. tfc-8-3
,Scott Mill Road, Jacksonville, ---
FOR SALE: Brick home. 3 bed- Florida 32217. 8tp-11-23 MEXICO BEACH
rooms, carport and utility, 1% -, I MIEXICO BEACH
baths. On 2% lots. 116 Hunter St., FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bedroom BEAUTY SHOPPE
Oak Grove. Phone 229-5262. apartment. Call 229-6688. SIOP
3tc-11-11-30 tfe-10-19 Hwy. 98 Phone 648-5116
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1 FOR RENT: House at Simmons Ba- Complete Beauty Service
bath, fully carpeted, chain link you. Call 227-2181. tfc-10 19 GLADYS NICHOLS
fence, all electric. 1907 Long Ave- OR RENT: Apartment, 510 8th
nue. Phone 229-6506. tfc-11-30 Street. Phone 648-4800. tfc-9-7 O CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens, Free estimate
FOR SALE: 1969 Dodge Coronet FOR RENT: One bedroom house. Guaranteen labor and materials.
500 convertible. Factory air and St Joe Beach., Furnished. Con- down payment. Phone 227-
tape. Bucket seats, automatic floor tact *Smith's Pharmacy, Phone 227-, 7972.
shift. Under factory warranty. 5111. stP e 9-28
Phone 653-8247 or 653-3531, Apa-
lachicola. 2t-11-23 FOR RENT: Furnished new small LADIES
1 bedroom house. Nice neighbor- L n w IcS
FOR SALE: 1967 Chrysler, loaded hood. Call 229-6777 after 5p.m. I am now servicing wigs and
In. good shape. $795.00. See at tfc-9-14 hair pieces in my home. If
the Gulf Station in White City. u have human hair or syn.
Vnrl.S 99 0-A91 II I -t A FOR RE U.1NT.L.2. .F h thithi n i
FOR SALE: 1968 Opel, standard,
--.easy. on gas Call 229-6573 after
5:00 p.m'. .
FOR SALE: .2 bedroom house (ful-
ly carpeted in living room and
one bedroom) chain link fence
around entire lot. 8-10 storage
house included. See at 515 4th
Street or call 227-2711, extension
*wa n ea b each cot
tages. Reasonable monthly rate.
Phone 227-3401 or 227-8406. tfc
WILL TRADE: 1961 Ford station
wagon for fishing boat. Call 229-
MEXICO BEACH TAVERN.
Beverage on tap. Oysters on half
shell. Pizza. Dancing. Fun.' Open
til 2:00 a.m., CST. 10-19,
PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo.
fitia inlhg. l A- I
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with ju, Puro ms anda/or concerns.
den. Good neighborhood. Call Gulf County Guidance Clinie, Port
229-5821.' tfc-10-29 St. Joe, Florida 229-3621 or Rev.
WANTED TO RENT:-Clean 3 bed- Sidney Ellis, 22-65.
room unfurnished house. Prefer HELP WANTED: Experienced tire
central heMa. References on re; recappers or trainees. No exper-
quest. 648-5221. 2tp-11-30 ience necessary for trainees. A
WANTED TO RENT: & bedroom permanent job and apply in per-
or large 2 bedroom house. Call son at Panama City Recapping Co.,
7-or large 2t beroom hous E. t Springfield. Plant located one
227-2711, ext. 322. Bob Ek. tp block behind Springfield City Hall.
WANTED TO RENT: Nice two or Phone 785-6470. tfc-10-5
three bedroom house, unfurnish- FOR WELDING NEEDS
.'d. Call 229-6798. 2tp-11-30 ORWELDING 1302 Palm Blvd.James
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom tfc-9-7
attractively furnished apart- MC's PAWN and SWAP SHOP
ments. Cool in summer, warm .in FOR SALE: Johnson CB radios,
winter. Gas heat, window, fans. car and liome 8-track tape play-
They must be seen to be appreciat- ers, tricycles, bicycles, 12-in. pony
They must be seen to be appreci saddle, radios, portable TV's. Use
Ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince our 30-day lay-away plan. 102 5th
at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER St., Highland View. Phone 229-
PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413 6193.
or 648-3101. tfc-10-28
TEXAS OIL COMPANY has open-
ing in Port St. Joe area. No ex- ROOFING REPAIR
perience necessary. Age not im- -Free Estimates -
portant. Good character a must.
We train. Air Mail A. T. Dickerson, DAVID .R. DEESON
P r e s., Southwestern Petroleum Phone 648 4464
Corp., Ft. Worth, Texas. itc
I WILL KEEP CHILDREN in my
home from age 3 and up. Night
and day care. Contact Mrs. Nell
Smith at 511 Woodward Ave. WANTEDI
GEORGE S. COODY Electrical
contractor Also nil burner tech- 300 WOMEN to SHOP and
t vja LvI. .... v .... ....
nician. Gas burner repairs. 26
years in the field. House wiring,
old and new. Appliance repairs.
Free estimates. Call 229-6777, 224
6th St., Port St. Joe. Itp
10 SPEED BIKES IN STOCK. Men's
women's. Racing style. Touring
style. Credit terms available. WES-
TERN AUTO, Port St. Joe. 6-15
Automobiles to Finance
Members tof 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
tfe Office for Details
Factory Outlet Prices
106 Bellamy Circle
PAINT Dealer In Port St. Joe
s306 Aeld MAe.
C. P. bheredge
M8 I*Bfrd Btrat
Port St. Joe, Pha.
dall Mi f6 b r Frieedbt
LUC, iwmc YOU wou like
to have serviced quickly at
low prices -
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9-21;, JANICE STOKES tfe
The Best Costs Less
VART U N G
The Paint Made with
TUNG O j
Oil base, Vinyl and Latex
Orel and' Bristle Brushes
See or CalH
Specializing in Puppy Trim
Other Small Dogs Washed
For Appointment call
In Wewahitchka and
Pewt St. Joe -
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped eat CaB
Bulord Griffin. Phone 2294804
SLR.A.M-Rgular convocation m s
Joseph Chapter No. 5&, LA.,
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
visiting companions welcome.
WALTER GRAHAM, EL. P.
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WiLLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LBIGN, meet-
ing first and third Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular comn
munication of Port St. Joe Louge
No. Ill, F. & A. M., every irsat
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOY k. ADAMS, W..
AIMTheAi L. BUM secty
Florida and the rest of the
.nation may have been setting
records with accidents and dis-
asters over the long holiday
week end, but the people in Port
St. Joe and Gulf County had a
safe and sane Thanksgiving.,
Only one accident wws report-
-ed, 'and it was so minor no re-
cord was made. A motorist
struck a cow between Port St.
Joe and White City with little
Thanksgiving day, a mattress
caught fire in the home of Bill
Montgomery on Fourth Street in
Highland View. OnIy, the bed
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Friday and Saturday
December I and 2
2 Big Motorcycle Shows
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