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A Million Safe Miles
-It takes, a lot of driving to travel a million
miles and it takes a lot of careful driving to
drive a million miles without an accident. John
Strickland,-who has driven a truck for the St. Joe
Paper Company, Container Division for 20 years,
has done it. He has driven 1.2 million miles in
"The Safest Beaches In the, Jorld Are In Gulf County"
the last 20 years without an accident. In recog-
nition of Strickland's feat, Ryder Truck Rentals,
which lease trucks to the Container Division,-pre-
sented Strickland with a ring and a matching
bracelet for his wife Monday afternoon. Shown
making the presentation is Floye Brewton, man-
ager of the Container Division (left). Looking on
is Joe Williams, local Ryder representative,
right. -Star photo
Sheriff a ". : Lawrene an-o
nounced. this week the : :. :,
of Willard J. Watson of White
City to serve as permanent Cap-
.tain of the Gulf County i 3.'.::: i
Auxiliary. The a p p o intent
moves the organization onestep
further toward becoming oper-
"I am pleased to announce
that Mr. Watson has accepted
the responsibility of leading and
coordinating the activities of the
newly formed Sheriff's Auxiliary
in Gulf County," Sheriff Law-
rence said. "He will be perform-
ing a valuable service to the cit-
izens of Gulf County and I. feel
he is qualified to lead the Aux-
iliary to high efficiency."
Watson is a life-long resident
of Gulf County. He served 12
years in the U. S. Army, attain-
ing the rank of Captain. His
tours of duty included two years
in Vietnam, several years in Ger-
many and varied duties at state-
side bases. He is presently em-
ployed with Florida Engineer's
Associates .with offices in Port
St. Joe. *
Watson is .married to the' for-
mer Carolyn Davis,' also a life-
time resident ,of Gulf, County.
She is the daughter of Mr.- and
Mrs, Jennings Davis of Dalkeith.
Watson ,his wife Carolyn, and
their, three children, presently
reside in,' i te City.
Sheriff Lawrence further. sta-
ted, "We 'expect- to' have a max-
imuqm of-25 men.in the Auxiliary
for the present. A few vacancies
still exist and Mr. Watson would
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1Y/4
:ity Faces Deficit by End of Budget Year
It 'may noti seem to "e the
"' political thmin to do 'v';f Mu-
, aieipal elections right .around
the corner, b'it the COty Comrn
missionn began:taking a loni hard
look at the ed.4. to.increase wa-
ter, ..ier .and. garbage iaies _at
their regular L,,L Tu. d Ti, id
night .. .
SA..month ago, the Board in-
,..''structed Clerk Charles Brock to
"prepare'balande sheets an the,
..servi.-:, as well as. the Mulicipal
"Hospital, for the past ,., *<
years sd a study could be made.
The. Commission knew. at the
.-. end of the last budget year that
'the -present year. ('?b.j"'..h ends on
September 30) would be a close
on'e --e)r to a deficit.
> C1Frf' EPo.: said: .'* ...
night :bea.",y '.:-,.tr. 'f.,i.fi: '. the
Munl.wpal Hoi:..;J .Ifr: -. the
past fiv' or .six ,oirjIt, would
put the City in the: po'o,'Ji' of
Stunning about, a .$3,000 deficit
this year, pri '/i'J. they followed..
-...he budget expenditures ;,d
used all cash which has been put
aside for .an e* *''g n'i." :Cr7 -"7'
Brock re-tmi -I 'the, Board
SI-_,,: still had nearly $190,000
put aside four years, ago to
build a new sewage, disposal
, plant which will" not be needed
for this -purpose now :.with 'the
present 'threeparty.. agreement
for construction of the plant
now under way. "If;we ..ivin'v,
with'!present spending ins i e ,'
havei to use this money" ..Brock
safd, "to hold Qur deficit to the
Brock presented the ,Board
Swith'the latest balance, :hL. ,
the Hospitfl with l rject.A' def-
icits for the remain o-:., 't-
year. Past heavy' ..rn-.t.rfl.:.
'to the' Hospital h;. ;'et t.i p
'C i_.':,', o. right oir p *..
subject- .. ,-
The balance sheet tr R.'-. .
' future contributions .- .' .. i'3
the Hospital through 'th_ l. ip;t
*/year to' be $57,468.74 T"il ''.,-
i has- already pumped `12 ,'.,. in- .
'to the' ital this budget
The key,, to the Hospital's big
losses seemp to'be the fact there
'1 no surgery being conducted at
the ,7'. i'',"..-,. r'h. February re-
port sh .' .-. :..r' room
earnime :,. .' :z-.-n -, 'the
month in': .i;' ? .'D' :'" g.
the eu:;.t i-L :. : .
WATER and SEWER
On -". r [ Sew-
er an. 1 it',',e -l].:',._^ de-
apartments the past few years
have show a climbing loss. The
;:' -.".-.have never paid
their own way,' but increasing
costs and wage increases have
built the losses year by t;it
Brock's -:": ---'showed that it
cos the Cit 632 per. lUUU
cost the City .6322 per .1,000
' .r.',to '':.;'"..l' a customer
with: treated water. It c6sts the
City-.2565 to collect and treat
each.1,000.-!: "' of sewage.
Customers receive this 'service
at a lesser figure.' The present
.Special Olympics Set
o Retar ed, .hildr
by ANNE WALKER
The Gulf C ty :p, -i.,.I i .,.
S pit. 1: 1-]] be ,l ,i` ,.4 ,. r- .-h
' 26 -at 9,:30,.1 r .i ,a t ',,ri "-
Joe ,High S, hn.4,I f ..ldl f--II
The event i '. ,,oL'r.J.i h thy
-,, G ,i f .'.,* .itf A .. ,.:r;ti., .a fa r 1'.-
Ctarded :.ildren, 'The thKril nf
Olympics competition -.Pi tr .I
joy of athletic achievement to
the, mentally retarded children
Art Display to
Mark State Week
The week of March 26-30 will
be designated "Gulf County Art
Week". All schools in the coun-
fy will exhibit student work in.
their own schools or community.
The show will be put up Monday
and viewed throughout the week.
The public is cordially invited
to view the student shows any
time during 'that week.
Governor Reubini Askew "pro-
Sclaimed March to be the "Month
for Art in Florida."
in Gulf County.
Athletes ~ i.,,it r.i, rm' tbi
O ulf r.. t Y. i_ ,.. ,- '.',- .
the opportunity to co":i',te a.
-hass'. ;.*,i,:h -.".U be- folly'.wed'
f ": b. 'by t,- (. ll:.0A,vi .;:.- .: -i
Olympics in G r- :.' Jil.
Activities ill o..'i'ie. ':track
and field everits, ,",' i,., ahd
Bowling. Children are allowed, to
compete at their 'own level .of
,LibuwI'm, in a wide va[".t/ .:'f
!-:events. The Special ;~,B. [.':
programm is: designed to encour-
age mentally retarded, and other
developmentally disabled ehil-'
dren to build their I. .
i(,, : ', physical .* *'. '. a-.
find th'e joy of winning through
personal effort. The' F.-.--i.1
Olympics is sponsored interna-
T :, r, by the Joseph P. K-'
S Jr., I [ t' j:- ',
Mrs. William. .-: Gulf
.'w.-.' Special Olympics, Coor-
dinator estimates that nearly_50
children will be on hand Monday,
'March 26,for .the local .games.
The public-- -.: .:.- -.', to at-
tend the competition. .
S Bob Moore, local attorney and chairman of the March of route which will be followed by marchers Saturday.
Dimes and Rita Sanders, Walk-A-Thon chairman, map. out the hike -Star photo
Big Walk Starts Saturday at 9:00
Rita Sanders, ..' '. ": '.f the
second annual March of Dim'es
Walk-A-TNhor, '.announced this
week that she, expects good, par-
*"i. 1.1 ...'. and high enthusiasm
for this year's Walk-A-Thon,
Pledge forms are distributed'
and efforts begun to 'surpass last
'year's contributions. All funds
collected. will, be used in the
' :"* against birth defects.
These .':..- :-'to walk in the
20-mile hike may pick up pledge
forms from-the Port St. Joe High
Miss Sanders urges all who
feel they cannot walk to sponsor
- ', : e -who can. When walkers
. .come 'to collect, please...make
checks payable to the March of
REGISTER AT 8:00 A.M.
P : :' i... will begin at 8:00-
A.M., Saturday,. March 24 in
. front of the High School. The
walk is expected to begin at
* The route this year is reversed
from last year and will proceed
from the High School to High-
way 71, past the Gulf Rifle
(Continued On Page 12)
a e ? __ L-l IL -~--~IJIL-
be pleased to hear from any who
are interested in becoming a
part of this most important or-
' The Auxiliary meets each Mon-
day night at 7:30 p.m., at the
Sheriff's office in.the Gulf Coun-
ty Courthouse. Those interested
In making application or in find-
ing out more about the Auxil-
iary may call Mr. Watson at his
home at 229-6852 after 5:00
P.M., each day.
Sheriffs deputies narge LOCalo an itNI n
Possession of Marijuana; Held On $500 Bail
GuMlf County Sheriff Raymond-
Lawrence said yesterday, his of-
fice had arrested William J. Her-
ring, age 20, of Port St. Joe on.
a charge of possession of mari-
juana, under five grams, which
is classified as a misdemeanor.
Herring was arrested shortly
after midnight Wednesday on
St. Joe Beach by Deputy David,
Rogers and Chief Deputy Tom-
Berlinger a f t er investigative
leads produced information htat
he was concealing drugs and
narcotic paraphanalia in his car.
Herring is being held in the
Gulf County Jail under $500
Surplus Money Will Ease the Blow
Willard J. Watson Picked
i To Head Sheriff's Auxiliary
~ ..~ .
water charges graduate from
.75 per 1,000 gallons on a mini-
mum bill to .25 per 1,000 for
;-,-'.' *' ,-*. users. The average
charge lies .. : above the med,
tian of the two rates.
Brook's figures' showed the
Water hnd Sewer" Departments
lost $7 p: .,.i in 1968-69; $5,-
948.47 in 1969-70; $16,718.30 in
-,: : .-, ,I in 1971-72
and projected losses at $49,-
440.00 in the current fiscal year.
All of the .figures presented
were for operation/ only and "did
not include any capital expendi- -
.The r,,..- that worries the
Board is a desire by Governor
Reubin Askew to remove utility
taxes, which support capital ex-
-.-- ,*;' .- of the City's services
as well as other areas.
Brock recommended several
alternative financial plans to
the Board, -which would alleviate
the financial crisis which seems
sure to come. He recommended
increases in the minimum bill,
up to a rate of $6.58 to $7.15 and
that no customer receive water
for less than! it cost the City to
buy, treat aAd deliver it.
The Clerk also recommended
an increase in ,_ ,t and trash
collection charges to $2.50 for
... ,. 1* -.- $4.00 for business of-
i, .-., $7.50 for special users and,
$20.00 for grocery, furniture,
hardware and' industrial users.
Ihd. it, r or not the Commis-
"sion.-will adopt any -of Brock's-
om.* -. -..., or not' remains to
be seen after an extensive, study.
One thing is for sure, they all,
are in agreement that some chan-
ges must and will be made.
THE BOARD ALSO
",,.'ri to. meet jointly
with the Gulf County Commis-
sion Friday .evening to iron out
several problems. The problems
include engineering on a Long
Avenue drainage project which
could cost the City a pile of
money and trouble; water for
Oak Grove, Municipal Hospital,
and several other matters which
need the, attention of both
Approved a tentative list
of employees for the new Waste-
water Treatment Plant with their
hiring date delayed until the
plant is nearer completion.
Taken by Death
Mrs. Minnie E. Anderson, 95,
a resident of 216 Seventh Street
Highland View, died in Munici-
pal Hospital Wednesday of last
week following a brief illness.
'Mrs. Anderson was a native of
Alabama and, had, resided in'
Highland View for the past eight
Survivors include four sons,
Willis Anderson of Merritt Is-
land, 0. B. and Rudolph Ander-
son both of Ashford, Ala., 'and
L. W. Anderson of Dothan, Ala-
bama; six daughters, Mrs. Iris
Harrison and Mrs. Ethel Lewis
;both of Port St. Joe, Mrs. Rosie
,Mae Moats of Marianna, Mrs.
Martha Lewis of Orlando, Mrs.
Emmie Lee Suggs of Marianna
and Mrs. Zenie Adams of Cotton.
wood; 52 grandchildren, 87'
great grandchildren, seven great
great grandchildren; five sis-
ters Mrs. Collie Barrentine of
Marianna, Mrs. Annie Harrison
of Ashford, Ala., Mrs. Lillie
Belle Barrentine of Panama City,
and Mrs. Emma Mae Brackens of
Funeral services were held
Friday, March 16 from the John-
son Funeral Home in Dothan,
Comforter Funeral HIome was
in charge of local arrangements.
r .... ... .
He's Been Busy
Reading inthe Milton "Press-Gazette"
this past week; we soaw an editorial, entitled
"Shevin's Recommendations". In case you
haven't been introduced to Mr.- Shevin,
that's Attorney General Robert Shevin.
The Press stated, that Shevin had un-
veiled his 1973 legislative recommenda-.
tions' calling for stiffer' perBai.e. for he-
roin pu Tr. Tb3. Atto'-i"e!' Getil is 1
advocating a fir:4<'ff.ui. pernaJty fdi' the
sale of hkr-:.Cu of 30 eU r axriannm' in
prison aind pc,,-;u .Je hic.~ si sentence .for see-
now five yer -.-: ...: .
_. S n sa id, "The only way we can
make a dear.t in thr e .o.r.mic.,ly iit rtive
traffic of bard drug-;:!i to l.,/a: a he fi-
Thockd u .' :pr-Ottygood and makes
u. here ir,'Gf Cotunty'who 'have rather
Strained u.irno trsa of Mr. Shevin's activi-
ties think, '"Ma.yhe th',r'A some good'in
the g)y after .ail".
,X ffr..:r you' juip fo any eonycusions, '
howr;evr i r. ao' at t)': nrez stugge-
:. h~' : i ;r all agog these da.. over
whi., wlwt e'r I r,. r, ; r, r.rr'. sources of infor-
:1 iiat.i.ir -ahau be r\.':'.U 'by law. Even
rid-i': A(I .in..y General -is getting into
th e F t, w:a.-Ivfi;: to ,make- the newsman's
,.,sfipurc:s sacred t,.rityiry.
:. W,. :-Jl of this "need" for protect-
r>,-' a. T.w ni.. : u ,r information
W-,i br, >; -h. CLt n y ;-r,. ,l r r.-tw .r i"LI
lthe- f ,.I. t.l."... .J irr .i. .i. 1", rp.rr ir!
!a (: < i lii l ,r_ I'.,. v ,r:_..r.if!.; bA ,-rn
S r,.p.,1 r.., a ', b. d. :-r:ir 1.J i :,.. *k th..
iIorc':: in tLr t I i l.1 ., 1. a r.y ijUn whv.'.
e..' .r i, r. j.ir" r. r .- .ti'i!i :i i., t
or a. rim ,,r -.. f t. ,;, .
1 *eya.-;ii *r d rl firhti.rig r
fir." th, r,.i 1" r1.., d, i, ('Ih a]'" Ca. .j.It ficif'-.T
to pr.-A. t 4I.f,,I This bi. .a, au.:-" laws can
Spring Off i
Tua" T -1. :y of this week' marked the be-
.'. :..iti' ,f Spring (and marked the 1v-irf-.
n1i.i; (, tof : Wi ,i .r too).- '
s rii-.')means new life, which is evi-
S.-nt all around :us; .'it brings .,1. .I in
A .'' a a .-'. -i of new life,w;armer '.*. 1.-
tht"-. 1tK-r lli.?-,.[, Att L.- .,* ..... h* of 1,,, UT." '! ..-
S.and .i.rn,: fever -il taxes. We witness
the 1 V., ''a ', of' I..'Lt ih hope for
: b.ith-r 1,-,'.- i,,," '. i', fl.re fum and
* relaxation as well as _i',- i. :f:,' ti,,I of.
our d, ., :. to get outdoors and.do things.
Spr-i.n, comes every year, inviting
men and women to-enjoy the 'delightful
experience, to think about spring's mean-'
ing and. the fundamental purpose and cy-
by DR. BOB M. THORNTON
SProfessor of Education
University of West Florida
A prominent exponent of new
ideas in education is Dr. J. Lloyd
Trump. In his book "Images of
the Future", Dr. Trump makes
a good case for team teaching.
He even suggests a plan for di-
vision of students' time in the
schools of tomorrow: large
. group instruction (40 per cent),
individual study (40 per cent),
and small group meetings (20
per -cent). He conceives of the
staff as a melange of teacher
specialists, general teachers, in-
struction assistants, 'clerks, aides,
and community consultants.
tion. Shevin would also institute tight
controls on hand guns., Here in West Flor-
ida, we still consider ourselves sort of pio-
neer people, and we look at a haladgun as
a tool .of protection, not a tool of crime.
In that.respect, we are leery of thee hand-
The versatile Attorney' G-:, f-. *,-:. '
also ir irt".-"rv to. state prisons to.
make those ir Li Z'. ..r. a f.r-i '-.
and the prisoners *r.' a source '" ,. i
I H ..; J ''. -';. -r inr' .i 'l: from
-s i. of' irm ni .*r (which
:y .*..1 have 2 2.7Wr tU Corat'.tu n
Ts-. A' ..rr. General would also r -,r
a full f rn* T.,l .disclosure act .for :-i'.
offfi'. .1: so 6'r e may know the source
of their we, I
. .. Mr. a.s-'" has been busy, -..:rdir 5
to trh U,;i1 in the Press-Gazette. How-
ever, if Mr. I-h .n ,.'. r.'t mind, we would'
rather: b h. '-dA.k .to ferreting out his 'mis" -
' '.' m n r !'g and leave the. Legislating
to the e L i:b,.ture.
.,.r. u ,j'.-..i': .: th',y can be. passed and
.'.-: a law" is, no lasting' protection
for -a r;,orf.r. Should, we continue, to
rely 'on. the' Constitution, energies would
be .hara'Iled toward sanctioning the of-
Sf-r',lirj .reporter in cases of abuse of free-
dom of a-.[--r.h' rather than,muzzling all
r.ari-.-:r' for one's indescretion.'
'.. wIl.u- '' ~rn came about in
1' Li7 .. ,y so-called reporters who
'. ', ..l ;..i.I'.rn and muck-raking
r' 0 -...--' r..v tring Logitimate
S-.,r> ''.', like it one Hlilek hit and are
.'., ,ri y to L .ht th.e real
-. .-' i ,..'.'ir'-I 'the so-called' "r hi 'to
FFi'ii. '- -';-ntuJl rf. r ortr(o.l.u of news
-media and rl* *-nrue.tion of our freedom ofi
r.r, "'- to report facts.
ele of life, death and time.
i. "i ,f :'.":.flt.' i r :. the hope of
p:. i. ."' *.*,. .a -r. Last week,1 it was
., ... M-rch.' -The' wind was
Si,'._.. *''r-' late this .month, the
S!>. ; It's tmne. But, best
o f '0'P ev e n t : '1' ....i '. b ';,'' -
,. .' ?,- : i.;" of the year, it is
never .., '-.1 ". .' that it \cannot be
", E ..'..I.'. ..' when _. .r .'ws M
_. r .. in F b' i'.na n n '. ,
nr. ', no.oW until the 20th of Septem-
ber the 1 will continue to' get longer.
With Fr.'-i.h ~-'.. 'r. Time next month,
they *ill be 1v.. ,.r still. So, relax, .enjoy
yourself. Winter will be back all too soon.
must then. be retaught in the
small groups The arguments
that team teaching has the vir-
tue of, flexibility comes in for
some sharp i:"'- too.
Advocates of the .elf-contain-
ed classrooms wonder if team
teaching a c t u ally militates
against flexibility. They point
out that it is easier for .ne tea-
cher to change his plans, in ac-
cordance with a sudden lively
interest of the pupils that it is
for a whole team. They add that
moving from room to room and
group to group each day is pos-
sibly a deterrent to concentra-
tion and creativity. -,
In the case of elementary
children, they maintain, team
teaching has all the faults of
departmentalization: inner con-
fusion caused by many changes,
the problem of adjusting to sev-
eral teachers and groups instead
of dne, a tendency to emphasize
subject matter rather than indi-
vidual guidance and subserv-
ience to a clock indicating that
it is now time to move on to
There are other questions
about team teaching. Is it more
an expedient than an experiment
Doing It's Part
.i.rt St. Joe is doing its' part in. fighting pollution in
th,.' cor'rAr.a.., a .huge $9.4 million waste treatment
SlnIt orL 300._ acre tract formerly occupied by the old
St. Joe LrnmbE-r and Export Company. The. plant is now
getting near the r l'oia, r stage and is expected to go
S':to rip r p ,-rt.r. na.riiund 'July or August. In the, photo above..
cr,,e cn :r, :e t' ,a i-, .i of a htge three-. .trv d.' f-. ,ipl.,,
S.',,ic.h wk -:rt of Lkre an, ,ld-tims milk ,:irdi. r in
*.'rF rat '~oibi fr. _rr juj. and then i..r.m1pn.'. .1v sol-
: ii inte, A.n ir inrt.A'.r f.'..r burning. The liquids are then
f Lith e L' .':.: ... r.-.':!'. -'i: ," >; T h is ,re a ]h ni .. -'" r <.r r;:', i,, .." -: ,. ,* -:' '
. .t. :-:tp. it'. r,-. r.a. ,;f waste at the plant.
Home Decoration Course Being
Offered by Gulf Coast College
Spring is the time when home-
makers, oi~:Ah*.: turn to thoughts
*- ~~ .irA up-n. :-',-'"p and, often, com-
pletely'~jedecorate. To' help then
with their task Gulf 'Coast Com-
munity College is offering a course
in :tn-,r .. The class,
i h consist of ix two hour
= ... be held at Port. St.
'Joe VT-1. School beginning Thurs-
because, of a shortage of teachers
in the face'e of rising. .. en-
Is' it, as, some .* ...
T- 'a subtle way. of nitro-
I'... e the "merit salary scales"
that teachers' groups, have op-
posed for so long? Do the pupils
learn more or less? Do .',- de-
velop' the right attitudes and
work habits, or are these lost in'
Like many other experiments
described in earlier columns,
team 'teaching cannot be truly
evaluated as yet In time, the de-
cision as to whether it is valid
or vapid may boil down to a
choice between two old sayings:
do too many cooks spoil the
S:. 'or are two heads better
day, March 29 at 7:00 p.m. in the
Home Economics Department.
The non-credit short course. in
interior design is '-J' *:'*-.' to in-
troduce the homemaker to all the
phases, of interior aI'' a'.' Ir". All
the elements,, of good '.', ..".
'will be covered with an *'.r.1' ,,
on color and its '. *" to the
home. Mrs. Jeanne MceDermott will
be the instructor, .
Anyone wishing further informa-
may contact .Gulf' ;,I ,"' .1.
lege' or call M.'. t ii',a r.,',. at
P.t.i.sped Every Thursday at 306 Wilffam Avenue, Port St. Joe. .Flhid
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
kIm Uneotype Operator, Ad Saleem, PMle4agrtm., Gei. k"mM Pit
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complalnt ULDertment
Posor mc Box 808 PHows 227-8161
PowT ST. JO, FMDRIDA 82456
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $4.00 SIX OS. $2.25 THREE MOS, $W117.5
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $5.0 UT OF U. S. One Year, *$4
STO ADVERTISERS-In osse of error or oummislons in advertisement, the ibUellre
AL not hold themselves liable for damage further than amoaut received for suek
The spoken word Is given cat attneanst th printed wcrl to .ihthlIr
**iced. The spok word barely asierte tt prto ted word m h-
ta1es. e spoken wor Is lsot thepriated wad smalMs.
The fashionable thing to do these days is comment
on the plights of Tom Adams ... that is if you have a
,L i.:ik, t organ to do the commenting with. Most every
editor in the State of Florida is busy as a bee dzigiL)- up
a few v,.,:.,-.i of .wisdom to write about the only farmer in
the 'State who is more famous and better known than
Old M ..\ .'.. i,,A
About the 'most effective \-:,in that ;;,uA.tion has
... to make Tom _A-,.s' name better known
:, ;'-L-.-',. the State than the name of :.'.va, .d Ball. And
that's quite a bit of IUl ,c and ; p-. .y well
kr..'. Too, like Mr. FP.. it seems Tom Ad'i-ms is rid-
ing with the punches and .i;- the pill.1.' hy around
to his advantage rather than 1.4-ad it on the chin as so
many less uraEi.- persons are prone to do.
-. Adams is' taking advantage of the pubdli, itv and add-
.g. a few jaunts around the State to the reams of writing
while clad in his blue jeans, plaid shirt and-the red ban-
danna hanging out of his 'back pocket, milking the pub-
li.:i- 0for all its worth. It's no secret that he is going to.
run for something next year. TWht is n,' s guess,
Even .\ Aj just says, "I'm only looking for a place where
I can be of service to the ,-. .- of Florida. That's all I've
r tried to 'do"., '
I',. .. -. ..!-iT Jo lu-..r of the Tallahassee Denocrat
A l to i i'-. ad few1 hii..1-.. to say about., A.i-I, this past
week. .Johnson'' .v-. .A. j.--. like a f..i. 1li landed on his
feet ':fIr- .--*-: raked over the coals over his 'farming
experience -then being fired from his position as the head
Sof the Department of. Cr ..r:,,a,'r, For the re dr.,l. Adams
resigned, but, th just ;,..;ii.r-.- -.,-. for the word fire&
Johnson declared Adams the winner in the flap over
his activities, since, now he has been r 1 -I..I.1 to. doing
I''. :- but drawing his $34,000 salary for being Lieuten-
ant Governor and has no appreciable duties except to
hang around in case anything should happen to Reubin
Askew. That's some pretty good "h ra.!i.- around". Ev-
Sr,'l]-.. dreams of being on a **-.- h-Il vacation and be
paid for it -Tom Adams is pt...i.-l'. the only person in
Florida ever to :,. *v,.. this status. .He can, take his 34
grand and live pretty ,-..r,. 1'. i. 1.i.hii,- having enough left
over to tour the state i'in-:.i an ., ,:. .-i ,'-. and show-
"ing the '. .- .' is 4 "r,'v .--.'r,,:. i,.." after all while
: .. .rtAi; ,I to run for -",- ... iV :: else. He has
to run for something else, since :,*.-.-. r,* '. Askew has al-
r' ::lvy -' ;i A.'- n won't be the one *he will try to' '-rry into
*.* ;. ,, for another four years of $34,000 annual paid vaca-
The only time I ever voted for Tom "". was when
he ran for :'.;.-.rT, of State, so I -*i.'ir f11;,- have any
'3:.p -. :.., ?.-'./ for the man. But, even so, you-have
to .'r.his ability. Not only has ",,. like J'.-..r. 0 says,
"landed on his feet"', but I .
Not many .. ~ in power-let alone a.lame-duck politi-
cian-can get <,.-., r, r. to pay their debts for them. Usually
after the influence fades the donations stop. Not so with
Mr. Adams it seems, 'since he announced the other day
the last of the debt had been paid.
.With Adams' ir;'r..-.~a bi;y it's going to be inter-
r-- *,n; the next few months'to see just what he does. Who
-:' ., with the Democrat's lack of presidential timber, he
might just be trying, for the "big chair". After his past
activities, I wouldn't put it past him.
Henry Block has
17 reasons why you
should come to us
for income tax help.
Reason 4. If the IS should callyou in for
an audit, H & R Bock w p with you, at
no additional cost. Not as legal
epresentaive ... but we can answer al
questions about how your ta mrtum was
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
225 REID AVENUE
Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M., Mon., thru Sat., Phone 2296132
OPEN TODAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
But Dr. Trump and others
have not convinced everybody
that team teaching is the answer
to an educator's prayer. Aside
from the fact that most school
plants do not permit the fluid ar-.
rangement of large and small
groups, the main objection is
that team teaching features the
outmoded lecture method.
The same criticisms -that are
leveled at instructional televi-
sion may be applied here also.
The lecture may be too elemen-
tary for the bright children or
too deep for the slow. They
THF,'STAIL Port Sgt. Joo Flrida THURSDAY, MARCH 22, ign
THE STAR. oort t5. Joe, Pleao THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973
Minutes of The
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
February 6, 1973
met in regular session at.5:30 P.M.,.
EST, on the above date. The follow-
ing members were present: Gene
'Raffield, Chairman; Wallace 'Gull-
-Ylot; William. Roemer, Si., Herman
I Ard and J. K. Whitfield.
The Superintendent and Board
Attorney were present.
The .meeting was opened with
the nvocatfion by Board MeWber
Guillot. This was followed ,by ,the
Pledge of Allegiance.
Mrs. W. F Dobbins appeared be=
.fore the Board exproXsinig -concern
about routing of the school bus in
the Howards Creek area The
Board informed Ma. Dobbins that;
this area was being surveyed, .nid
that a request bad been m.ad-.e t'o
V.the Transportation .:rS'-1 n -Of thS'
SFlornda Department of E iu-.ntion
,for a cou.plte-tpe tran'.r-icti'on sur-
Con-cene were h.aIr-l fra-u pit-
,rons rega-dw,4 ,t rciat.' ,eb-wr.r
on the bu zuei. The pattors pe'er-.At
? l income .
Series No. 47 Chc k-A Month
i Bond Fund
DCLs i, .f a dlva y .'.if- J, TIM -
'-'!. w f .: .\~.+t~e~r -eTw-A' .ri'tJifo '
'rf t't.4 : ".. _.1 M '.).i-..-' .! ,r,;t.J ,r., r.
Fund i ._ AdJi-/ 1 .-t,,iDt frnmin
'" .-r < tnb,.uti.,l :',h rGoDttt.
PAUL G. LEBLANC
S.Box 216 Phone 229-6290
Prt SIt. Joe?. Fla, 32456
7-" I O e Urd1t, l .'r rat ,r 5th an.d
i N];<:.J 'r'i? .t and fT'i Mor .-'0
i ,.. f .,..b et4or,tb
Plr--iss q' n4I me (otu'co On
i lbh ?14 Ji ,-I-Ti T.ty -K. ,p J_','.,!
1-Nind, Sw-hs NO .17 Cthe.k-A
T4.jM- -;t f .... -- -..
were informed that a county-wide
meeting with the school bus driv-
ers was scheduled fdr Wednesday,
February 14, 1973, and all *these
items would be discussed at that
The minutes of the meetings of
January 2, 1973 and January 17,
1973 were unanimously -approved
on motion by Whitfield, and see-
onded by Roemer.
Pertinent correspondence was
presented. 'No action required.
After discuz:Lion regarding the
Gulf County Schrcl Poard's eff..-t:
toward paymweLt for ye;tbook-s iA
Bc-rdl requested thsT 7t the tEn'.C
reg'i ar i n. 5it g e3':h :Prhoccj f i*-
ntish a projected appr-cxnnat'e ctt
for t.he 19"371. .;hool year.
Tl,- Superiit.en'd,,t pre:reet.,-i
2,C .-' o f 5- u. v E ,in frt' H r.-, l '
H< 'Ji -7. 7 -.'T-i. W? W.$ 'ittr..2:,
Pna,.i ,.l. P,. t :-.t '.E h S-':, -, -,11
5,.i'.)-,,i- j inf .- r '. -*e' th. e rIv ..: '.
ly .c. t.l-ei,,.:. iJ',*'. : ,-_,f _' e- ktt.,_i r
ar., fits tile in tu.:- Suprciiu&., 'i',.n3 .;
IT5b '?7t."I4'4 L I 'tr ic r"t;"i i-f w.i' \. I '
. ,.'!sc:+-.s,. fr-'..r .-.h-:--:-l lfor the r'.- ,
r- 'A ,.f. th .. 0'.2!2 -, b .', 1 |r
'..: .r.iriiom ly ,*'.Thitiut ;r.-. re'--' |
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tird i ', rn : t i,., t;, ;, ,.
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p i i..' -, t,.* J.-'-- P S"'. li'..,. ',I '
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f TA '* ": ,, I 4'. '.> t i.v.. J- a .-..." >3
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. T; ,-, '.;. Tjr- *.,. |'"e? ". '- ,>-
Ma', -l,. I",.' l J'- ; J'7iP,. "'
S .. 0 ,- 4- .-... ;. ..
.l.-'., ...t-'4 ,r3 i...;,.- ._ i _,-:. ESEA. Title 1 ; .NDEA mII .
SAA .- .. o m .. d se- S U llgprograms
-. .. : .i : .. t,. u nani-
-r. .(rr advise Security Card, Shoui
-.'. }" .:., .t .--r+... to this, re-- o i-," J -: r n.t-.:., change OU
...Young. .. should for
-.... ,. :. t. : -. .:. office. :
.. -.t.,i, ..," ,,_ ", r -: r_.: .::..--. '.t--::r social security cards several
i'- .rd -.' t- :': s, Ur.-- .-I -i. ""..;': weeks before they'll need a social
-- : : .- : number for their i:: job,
:,' 'here.-. .- "... .,, !c.:-- to David Robinson, So-
r ..:.. :., efft .:.:.: ... Board -i-.: : agaim ecal -... i..* Representative for
L.n- ri ti,:_ re a session on. March' 6, Gulf County. "They can apply at
::..- .' r. .- a.m., EST. any -: ..- :.: '.- .. office," he
:.: '_: .'_ >'..: 7 .*"_," -. ...g .'. -. ,.- *. ,* 1 A test : .
S_,. r.. .-' for J David Bidwell Gene Raffield said.
..- .. r ; .-rict Superintendent Chairman .
Schools. PTA's are to An application for a social secur-
available .. for PORT ,ST. JOE, FLORIDA ity card is '-,xiT liy screened
So n or before'June 15, .February 15, 1973 against files at the r'-~ -:.:a- record
1- i Superintendent was di- The Gulf _.-.,., School Board center in 'f-a.uor: to make surei
S rite the presidents of meta i' :-,: ,.-.-,' sessiononn the .above other social security number
-.i.-':.,._-.--.,-PTA's. date at 00 & AoMo EST. The fol- no other social security number
S...r ; Consultant lowing members were present: has been previously issued to the
If:. r:.- F'..S'1; Department Gene Raffield, Chairman; Herman same person. "This screening can
i. -., r.: presented an, over- Ard,.Wallace Guillot, and William take time," Robinson said, "but it's
.. i -,,he Comprehensive Plan Roemer, Sr. *
... lobe undertaken by Gulf Board member.Whitfield was ab- important to keep your social .se-
,;. i- d all, other. districts inI sent. curity record straight."
'L:" i The Superintendent was present. A young worker builds disability,
S option by Whitfield, 'and The invocation was given by survivors, retirement and Medicare
.. by Guillot, the Board una- Board member Roemer.
S,:.,.. .i :. -bids on Mrs. Roy Peterson- reported that protection fo himself and his fam-
the Highland View Ele- her son. was kept in after regular ily by work and earnings credited
mentary School and Port St. Joe school hours for one hour, and that to his social security number.
Elementary School. she had not been notified. Mrs. "A worker should show his em-
On motion by Guillot, and sec- Peterson .expressed concern about loer his social security card so
onded by Ard, all voted to estab- certain discipline procedures at poyer social security card so
lish April 23, 1973, for Easter Hol- district high schools. The Superin- his name -and social security num-
iday and May 28, 1973; for Memor- tendent agreed to discuss this with bher can be correctly copied for the
ial Day Holiday for twelve month the principals and clarify the poli- employer's records," Robinson
personnel. As the schools will be cies.
open on Memorial. Day, the twelve The Board met with Architects
months personnel at the school Charles Gaskin, Norman Gross, and was appointed by unanimous vote
,centers must work this day and Chester Parker to discuss the pro- as architect for the initial phase
will be granted a compensatory day posed vocational building for. Port of construction,
of leave at a later time when it St. Joe High School. Architects There being no further business,
does not conflict with the opera- febs were given as follows: the Board adjourned to meet again
tion of the school program. Charles Gaskin-5% of total con- in regular session on March 6,
Upon motion by Whitfield, and struction cost; Norman Gross, 1973 at 9:00 A.M., EST.
seconded by Roemer, it was una- 5%% and Chester Parker, 6%. Attest:
nimously agreed to approve Gulf Upon motion by Guillot and see- J. David Bidwell Gene Raffield
County's participation in the ESEA onded by Ard, Charles A. Gaskin Superintendent Chairman
for First Social
Id Apply Early
said. "You should never give your
employer your social security num-
ber from memory.
For further information concern-
, ing social security matters, contact
your nearest social security office.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ......
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. QDUM, Pastor
Valve and Sat 0'Regrinding
Valve Seal, Guide and Seat Installation,
* Disassembly Cleaning Inspection
Testing S Head Crack Testing,
Head Resurfacing .
High Performance Services:
Brake Drum and Disc 'Rotor Turning
40-Ton Hydraulic Press Shop
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS
Your NAPA Dealer
201 Lonr Avenue Phone 227-2141
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. DeWITT T. MATHEWS, Jr., Pastor
GEORGE PUCKETT, Minister of Music
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:30 PR
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
a i .
^R$e$fl 0@ 2s t$ssct flflt
4^ ,I Jo n the Easter Parade..
D3 VALUAION VALUE You an n.- .
.p f Spring and Sn lm4 B POLYESTER
SPANT SUITS 'i" DRESSES SLACKS I
_, I.,.I SLACKS
20% to I L... 99 i -fl
iT' I .7 I P. .i..;:t"1 ;-:, lb I y i'
1"A.,i S nt, *J**.* r } i'.i t U' .1
$20l $3 DRESS SHOES $900 0 g 9
!50 I. 1. 0 To
COTTON SLIPS SAE 1 S. BVO EASTE SHOES
$1.29 to $1.99 -I ,,,'.,.. BOY S EASTER SHOES I
FA1rO'E" 1Y ".A 'L '- i : l.rL.. -P -i
TO COMPLETE YOUR EASTER OUTFIT d i ..r. 0 *.-- 1 1r iU
SiYLADIES PURSES T NYLON SATIN TRICOT PANTIES "-".:" iY"fJjtj.,' ., a
$2 A3 D IES PURSSE -.H0ES
SPICE | MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS +'rl- k r 41 -.-..
TERRIFIC CLEARANCE VALUES i ht .1 c --pr.rmn .rt [re tp 3, 7. -| Ad .i w
Ladies Blouses and Knit Tops I pjI t ;.'+ t'i I +- 3.99 to. L0
33'3% off o. $4.00 Vlue $7.99
i-'-. : "rK.r y. ) ,/t.lby,, Q2 o $n 7. ^F a '. ;, -t
i, : .. ..r o.,,t d. .. 1.,._... aI il or / .U U B-' u, .r. i r.r:,.,tt r.|< -. i
L TANK TOPS 2PS99 d up ..
.. ... '. S &,Sr a K-rik. rt a tw.r.rr. r- .- r. rr, 4.E .
PAGE FOUB HE STAR Port St. J Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973
With Our Discount Specials
PRICES IN THIS EFFECTIVE THROUGH MARCH 24, 1973
We Reserve Limit Rights
We Accept USDA Food Stamps
Happy Family Meals Begin at Piggly Wiggly
GEORGIA GRADE 'A' and B'
QUARTERED THIGHS_ lb. 53c QUARTERED BREAST l b. 59c
All Meat STEW
Ground CHUCK --
MORE VALUES ...
CASH SAVINGS I
Detergent king size 98c
Clorox 2 61 Oz. Box
Dry Bleach 61 oz. $1.09
F, eP ,BS BRAND YELLOW ROSE QT ArIY,
Afax Giant Bottle
Liquit Cleaner btl. 49c
Detergent .. gt. box 79c
Royal Gelatin 3 oz. lOc
rfl iSiON'S BIG H White and Decorated PAPER
Peter Pan Smooth and Crouchy
Peanut Butter 12 oz. 44c
Bama Crunchy *
Peanut Butter 28 oz, 99c
Crisco Oil 48 oz. 99c;
, Quality Brand
Wesson Oil L, -48 oz. 99c
Snovlirift 3 lb. can 03c
Tide Detergent I reg. size 34c
Crystal White 11(2 qt. 69c
Spray Reg. and Scented
Lysol Disinfectant 7 oz. 79c
Apple Jelly 18 oz. 33c
Coffee Creamer 11 oz. 49c
Big H White and Decorated Jumbo Roll
Paper Towels roll 36c
Handi Wrap 100' roll 33c
Campbel's 10Y2 Oz. Can.
Tomato Soup-- ---- can 12c
Famous a .
China Doll Rice 3 lb. 59c
Jocko Rice- 5 b. 89c
Water Maid Rice 2 lbs. 39c
Iodized Salt 26 oz. 10c
Mayonnaise -----32 oz. 75c
Reg. and Quick
Quaker Oats 18 oz. 35c
Peter Pan Smooth and Crunchy
Peanut Butter ---- 18 oz. 63c
Compare and Savel
Pillsbury White, Yelow or Lemon
Pillsbury Cake Mixes box 39c
Clorox Bleach --.- gal 32c
Lady Scott White and Assortqd
Bathroom Tissue 2 rolls 34c
Waldorf White and Assorted
Bathroom Tissue 4 rolls 43c
New Freah Mint
Vel Dish Detergent
22m O. O Z 32S. L
Reg. 59C "IR eg. 85e
Crisco Shortening 3 tlbs. 91 c
Van Camp 15 Oz. Cans
Pork and Beans .. 2 cons 35c
Van Camp No. 2 Cans
Pork and Beans --- can 23c
Hi.C 46 Oz. Cant
Grape or Orange Drink 35c
Niblets Corn--- 12 oz. 24c
Pork and Beans 29 oz. 29c
te Sueur Peas --- 16 oz. 33c
Chicken of the Sea 6Ya oz. Can-
Light Chunk Tuna --- can 47c
Del Monte 6Wa Oz. Can
Light Chunk Tuna .-- can 47c
Duncan Hines Devil Food, White, Yellow, Lem.
Cake Mixes 18 oz. 39c
Betty Crocker White or Yellow
Cake Mixes -- 18 oz. 39c
Betty Crocker German Choc., Milk Choc.
Cake Mixes --- 18 oz. 39c
White and Decorated Bounty
Paper Towels -----roll 39c
Savoy Broils -
5 Lb. Bucket
Chitterlingst $ .6!
10 Pound Bucket
Chiftterlings --- $4.89
Bacon Ends 1b. 49cd
in'.ner 125 Ct. Box
Facial Tissues,=-- box 23c
Beef Liver lb. 69c
Pork Chops Ib. 89c
Lumberimck Lunch VIat
Bdfogna -- -lb. 69c
Wieners 3 pkgs. $1.59
Erosty Morn Hermitage' Sliced
Kleenex Bbaique Assorted, tithroomn
TISSUE 3 roll pk. 3T
ECONOMY MEAT SPECIALS!
SALT FAT BACK
PORK E NECK BONE
TURKEY 'NECKS ,b.3
Pan SAUSAGE -- .
Green Giant Creamed-10 Oz. Old South Frozen-TO Oz.
Spinach 3 pks. $1.00 Pie Shells 3 pks $1.00
FRESH GREEN Fresh
Corn ear 8c
Cabbage Rutabagas lb. 10c
Carrots bag 15c
LB. French's Country Style
Potatoes pk. 69c
FAMOUS BRAND TIDE
Sirloin Tip STEAK Ib.$ 59
Sirloan Tip ROAST
Everyday Low, Low Pricesd
With Bottle Deposit
*Nabis~o Chips Ahoy
CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES T4 oz. pkg. 53e
Country Style or Buttermilk
PILLSBURY CANNED BISCUITS 4 pok pkg. 39c
SFOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWN
I L .CAN
Robin HiuoA d Plkinor SelfRtising
Colonial or White Gold Pre Came
LM .. 1 Bag with $10.00 Order
- a ~
L Is II II I
I I r- I I
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 FAU E Ilf
Approval Australia Land of Agriculture, Cattle Basic Declares
SOUry es State ApprVal And, More Recently, Minerals Dividends
S'.2 1 is more than a land of of the United States but has only CLEVELAND, OHIO-Basic In-
O, .F iv ^8'PvnJr g ra -kangaroos and kaola bears. 12 million people as opposed to' corporate this week declared
Bi r I Geoffery Bath, of Hortham, Aus 250 million for the U.S. The na quarterly dividends of 62s cents
". I .-P I tralia, whS is in the United States tion was colonized by England at on the company's preferred shares,
studying agricultural methods told about the time the Ulited States payable April 2, 1973, and 10 cents
m Mber of e llf County 12. East Ird Street-Osceola to East 7th St. Hard surface. 44. Bay Street-Ave. A to Clif- the Rotary Club Thursday, that was gaining its independence. per common share, payable March
reDrP ont Ave to R vepue surface.Srd s Hard surface. he "Land Down Under" s a ,a 31, 1973, both to holders of record
Commsf ion et t Depwopa nt Ave to Reid Ave dStreet to ST. O45. Harbor StreetAve A to orrodurl Most of the land is' very flat and March 15, 1973.
Sin C1.Pyeste rday to present Higbway i1 Usgurface. 28. Balboa Street Americus Clifford Sims Dr. H. :1 urfae wool and wheaa a ter of fact the major par of the Basic Incorporated is a diversi-
'their senpdcary pavipg requests 14, Cjpola Ave.-2nd Street to Ave. to Alabama Ave. Hard sur. 46, Broad 'Street-Ave A to wool and. wheat "As a matter of i ang -hne he rem ain f producer of stchemical, elee-
for the next five ye4rs. Te pro- Highwayy71 Resuqrface. face. .J :.::. ..: ^"'r- 't.:-c and technical ceramic pro-
gr am presented aid order of pri- 1tre-He Ave Magean StreeAmerus 47 .-. .
Sority are as ola : 1 hEpola s s e Ave.aoKe rny Ia e.Hard r e. .4 ._ .. ..: .. '" -:a technical ceramic pro- .: -.- ; ... ..:, --, ..
PORT ST. JOE. 16 Iol Ave -East 2nd Street DALKEITH .
S1. install stonn sewer on Long to East 4th Street Hard surface. about 60 : t of its
Aen.. A o 1th Street to 20th ST.JOE BEACH 0. highway ,81Hghway 7 1 '.- petrolen needs.
ftre on.ad r 20111.,- to Wils La ding Road, Re- 'F : '" ..
Street on East side; and from 20th e A Wils .Landg ...oad. Re- .... th said it was compulsory to
Sol y on est to Allen em ,- ::- ... al Way on West. : i Australia. Failure to do
side; pave sidewalks from 22nd AvetK t "o "Ge'." .r 31. Highway 38lA-H1ighway 71 : : uses one tralia face a month in
Street to SD-34 no Esst side. fa -l,,m' ... ..5 rg,- a.t to 381 Resurfae -uses or ne to face amon th in
IOUTH'WE' -H"T n ; '.;o"' '. -::""" .. . '- or a ." ." "..fine.
SOUTH WEWAHITCHKA A to Geora Av; F..-r ',:e. HOWARDS CREEK guest of the club ws avid Carl
2. Extend Highway 386 from WEWAHITCHKA of... ..: n
SIighway 71 to Chipola River. Hard '19" Church Street-Highway 71 "h i-'; 387-Highway 71 --------..---.----.-..- .... ...
surface. '. t the, ll oad. Hard surface. H ,I,, Creek. Resurface.
PORT T. ,. :. ": T. JP ST.JOE: ,T. BEACH "
Westeott Circle. 'Resuiface:.PORT.ST. JOE ,. .
'4. 13Th Street--Garri on Ave ? r.I St..--r, ..A%.t Ave. 33. --. tr-'-- ''1'. -"'
S nue to Yar-ji .n::iarfae. P'?t:.i A ~e. Ps-.rf e '' Pi-7 A% -, H-l surfs ..e.
5. Peters StrWe.--Avenue G to. ._ Ste+ !t-- oar e.t Ave. WEWAHITCHkA
;Avenue F: eurfa,.. t ,, A/e l:'j, ce '. .
6. Battles Street- Avenue A to 2;tE Stre -- ";: street 34 East 4th Street-Chuich A.' i
Av:inue F. Resurface. L..b y 9 Renf-,e t L- Grove 7..,c H. u.H.:. i -
7. Avenue D.-Highway 98 to, '. .-'.. r front "f.'-C.ennial, 35 Lake Grove Road-Hi'.
;Peters Street. RPepu irface, ,iB .iin F;.s fie.. ,' Ea t7st 7th ^ i d. /
O.-Jto A4vnie G Recrf f:. p. ':ur. .:e to 1Q0 feet E.:1 Qt.ftB
to. Avenue s -.-Ho'irkk Street 1 Cyprs AVy -26-h 'traet to 37. East 5th itc.-t--River Road:
to Main Street. Rt.ii.uf.:- .: .,..- Har. .u .e. -, Chipolk Ave. Hard surfarIe
WE WtAHITC HKA "' 2 Aind r St.., -H-I A. to A H
..10. East 4th Street--Lake Ave 'Ave Hard ..' KE
to Coust Ave. I.,d srAfe. WEWAHITCHKA' '8. f*ghway 381 East to ,,ir6
IIlc. 7 I I A%- .i-d Str thsCreek Hard :.dL f
R- .C 27 j. _. A' 4'h OVERSTREETP r
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I E STAR, Port St. Joe, Flrid THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973
Sharon Robertson, Lee Sumner Wed
The First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe was the setting for
the wedding of Sharon Robert-
son. and Lee Sumner, Saturday,
March 10 at 3:00 p.m. The douti
ble ring ceremony .was perform-
ed -by. Rev. DeWitt T. Matews,
- Jr. -
The bride is the daughter of
atnd Mrs. Emory' L. Robert-
son of Beacon Hill. The groom is
the -son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Hoffman of Tarpon Springs.
S: Te nuptial organ music was
provided by Blly Rich, Jr. The
altar of the church was centered
with a wrought iron arch- entwin-
,ed with greener/i and flanked on
either side with i-tngemerits of
white gladioli and chrysanthe-
MRS. LEE SUMNER
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a street
length dress of white crepe with
. eatpire waist and sleeves over-
laid with lavender printed sheer.
Her headpiece was a white satin
bow with shoulder length veil.
Her nosegay was composed of
. lavender ,chrysanthemums and
lavender satin streamers.
Sherice Brooks, cousin of the
bride, served as ,maid of ,honor
.and was attired in a lavender
street length dress. Her nosegay
w. as composed of link carnations
with pink satin -streamers.
Rom Samuelian of Tyndall Air
` For, her daughter's wedding,-
Mrs. P .,ert., wore a .re.te
lrFnth ire. .f toast o p:ly--.i-r
-nkzit i wh -tratlhig A-.".-,
and a white carnation courage.
The' bridegroom's mot her
wore a pink street le!:tb dr.:
of l~A.- b .<.t ng accessor-
a.: and her .'..r-.age was also of
SFto:io.E the ceremony, the
bride's parents hosted a recep-'
t ...in the Flt.Ahi. Hall of
th~ c' huprb. Mrs. David i'$,r,]e,
.'.r,t of the groom, kept the
),-,r book. Those who-assisted-
,.b .the serving were .Sherice,
Sbhr .rA.- Diane' Hays- Sarah
- a,j...i Herzin :and Mrs. W. J.
F'.' their wedding trip to
r _-....h I the .bride select-
ed a pink pant suit. .
The brid 'is ha 1963 graduated
of Port St. Joe High School and
GOLFERS Set your team plans over a
GREAT Brealksf s
SATURDAY and SUNDAY "SPECIAL"
Steak and Eggs Wiu Ithe works $1.85
CHURCHGOERS GIVE MOM A BREAK!
COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNERS "
Served tl. A.,M. -2:30 P.M.
Roast Beef Roast Turkey- resh Oysters
$1.85 to $2.25
MOTEL ST. JOE DINING ROOM
in PORT ST. JOE
A Uo1 VJ' i ; .: .. 't11 : !the,.Week
C'OM'PIL'ETE DAILY L U NCHEO NS
Sfrom- $1.65 .
l;.u.l"i' -O Take-Oit Otders)
'attended Lively Technical School
' of Tallahassee. She is employed
by the State Revenue Depart-
ment in Tallahassee. The bride-
groom is a graduate of Tarpon
Springs High School. He is in the
United Air Force stationed at
Tyndall Air Force Base.
Out of town- guests included
Mr. and Mrs. David Schroder
and- children, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Sumner all of Clearwater;
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sumner,
New Port Richey Mrs. CQ. D. Bor-
ders, Wewahitchka; Mrs. Lee
Demovey, Mr. and Mrs. B. Con-
rad, Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
Larry E. Mather, Bill Baxter,
-Robert Brubac, all of T,.-- .i. Air
Force Base; Miss Diane Hayes,
SDon Currie, Mr. and Mrs. Rick
Robertson, all of Tallahassee.
Mrs. Huie Hosts
The March meeting of Mission
Group Three of the United Metho-
,dist Women of the First Methodist
'CTh'u'.h .met ni' the home of` "'-:
Rena Huie' Tuesday night at 7:30.
Mrs. Wayne Taylr,; chairwom-
an, opened the meeting with the
l, ** fr^iI*r* iby a :L.:t
b':" :,:'. :::-:.r' Plans were made
for a project for the group.
Mrs. Kenneth Herring presented
a program tJ.I .-A, "God Loves'
-,', stressing faith in God, with
'L r',-mbers rs: '*.' The
S...- rT was closed with prayer.
Ilieieihments were served to
Mission Group II of the First
SUited Methodist Church met
Mr,''.**/ afternoon at 3:00 PXM.,
with Mrs. Susie.,Chasoh on 20th
Mrs. Marie Costin, chairwoman,
presided over the meeting. Mrs.
Chason gave the devotion.
The group will hostess the Eas-
ter Cantata April 15.
Mrs. Alfred Joines presented the
', p-'.-m "Living and Acting -in
SL-:C.'" :sisfed by Mrs. Calla Per-
j, M: .: Elsie Griffin and Mrs.
Fourteen members and one visi-
tor were present. The next meet-
ii.-: ;.,i be held with Mrs. Marie
r.. -f 1 at her home on Monument
Avenue, April 16.
Mr. rd.-: J. B. 4 .'. -.:- of
Port St.'foe, announce ,the en-
gagementsand approaching mar-
riage. .f th' d',P h.:' Debra
Lorraineyto. Christopher Allen
Earley ,s9n of Mr. and Mrs. Bar-
nie Earl&y of Mexico Beach.
The' bride-elect 'is a graduate
Sof Port St. Joe High School and
Gulf Coast 'Junior College. She
is presently employed as a Den-
tal Assistant by Dr. George
-Goodreau in Panama. City.
The groom-elect is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School and
Gulf Coast Junior College. He is
The Pentecostal Holiness Church
Woman's Auxiliary monthly meet-
ing was held last Monday in the
home of Mrs. J. R. Vandevender
with 13 members present,
. The meeting was called to order
with the Woman's Auxiliary song
and concert prayer. 'The devotion
was given by Mrs. Belle DuBose
on the :jb,b].f of "Temptation".
Mrs. DuBose took her scripture ref-
erence from Luke 4:1.
The financial report was. given
dr ld dA" bp hiirp di-q
The Gulf County Association of wu "n w imsne ua -
Retarded Children will hold its sed.
regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Plans were made for Woman's
March 27 at 7:30'p.m., EST at the .' I-" on March 19.
Gulf Coast Electri Copp .-ir. efrements ere ..... by
in Wewahitchka. / everyone after the
Highlights of the meeting will
be the election of'two new officers, "
membership drive .;a* 1 r, 1.a re-
port of the Special OiTr:.;',. to be of Thanks
lh Mon da da
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MR. and MRS. BO MULLIGAN, Managers
Beacon Hill Beach
Located in United Farm Agency Building
Words are,.inadeqdiate to express
the humble gratitude I feel for
the :-r. cards, it.:: prayers
.and'.-:.r.: of love that I have re-
-ceived during my hospital stay. To
the many who have shared their
material blessings and to the ones
who a s-; to' share but were un-
able to do so, I think maybe this -
poem by Kay Daub will express my
feelings and that of my family.
If sorrow, never happened
And t.:..- never came
The only thing you'd know about
Your nE.'.- is his name.
Time v: 7a., u s ;d to nod at one
Who L- .-i -t ass the way;
I knew his face and he knew
7'.'. i-.raed the time of day.
E t r.-.,t~ did he mean to me,
.d n.-ihing I to him,
Until one day sorrow came
And All the" vw.rld was grim.
I saw h i. z:E I felt his hand
.':.A.i kn.'. he'd come to lend
ThE s,':.rt'.b J needed, and
I found I had a friend. /
We cannot tell what lies behind
The hasty nod or smile,
Or what of worth will come of it
In just -a little while.
We only know that when we face
The cares that life must send,
We realize the passerby
Has changed into a friend.
0.. -rf.: in his senior year at
the 1, j.- : if.; of West Fibrida
The -., will be an event
of June 16 at ,8:0' P.M., in' St
Joseph's Cathblic Cuhrcl in
Port St. Joe.
No invitations are- being sent
--;y: hut all friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invited
to -attend the wedding and re-
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Gulf Leads State In Sales Increase
For the second in a month,
ulf County has shown a hefty
t',- ,":' in sales tax collections&.
Figures for the month of Jan-
.uary returns, show the county-
Ind: the state in increases with.
its 94.80% climb over :... ,'_,..,
during January of 1972.
Figures released this week by
.', h .- w ... Fred 0. (Bud) Dick-
inson show Gulf collected $107,-
:"," ;, in -. taxes during the
month of January this year as
compared to $55,099.00 during
the same month last year.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florid THURSDAY, MARCH' 22, 1973 PAGE SEVY~
Mrs. Brown Hosts Tax info IsAt Last Rites for
Mission Group Your Fingertips Frank Campbell Karen Go
I Mission Group No. 1 of the This year Panama City area tax- Frank Edward Campbell, age 70
nUiited Methodist Women met payers donot need to make a spe- of Wewahitchka, passed away Sun- R
nTuesday, March 20 at the home of cial trip to the local Internal Rev- day morning, after an extended ill-
:Mrs. Gladys Brown. enue Service office for tax forms. ness, in the Port St. Joe Munici- Miss Karen Gosnell and little
Mrs. JanetThe Panama City IS office has pal Hospital. Miss Patricia Raiford were nam-
Mr:sided over the meeting, chairman, pre devo- installed a new telephone record- He was a native of Danville, ed Queen and Princess. respec-
tiona was given the by Meetin rs. Elsie ing system for handling all re- Virginia and had spent the past 30 tively, Sunday in the Pentecostal
tBlount and taken from First Ephe- quests for tax forms. Panama City years in Miami, before moving to Holiness Church on Garrison
.Blount and taken from First area taxpayers can now reach an Wewahitchka four months ago. He Avenue. ,
ians., automatic recorder by dialing 785- retired five years ago from Pan Miss Gosnell, an eighth grade
The program, entitled, "Living 3222. American Airways, where he had student at Port St. Joe High
-and Acting In Love" was given by aitial benefit of the beeh associated for 24 years. He School, is the ,u..htr :f Fev.
Mrs Edna Spokes, Mrs. Martha And add al benefit of th was an industrial engineer upon and Mrs. James L.-Go ll 106
SanbornandMrs.ZellaAnderson. telephone recording stem is his retirement. He was a member 21st Street and M-A Pnfdord, a
-It consisted of 'an interview be- a person need not call during nor- of the Pan American Management third grade sndent t Port St.
teen first-century Christians and mal office h ours e recorday, Club, a member of the Masonic Joe Elementary School, is the
oe day Christians, ho they seven days a week permitting thes a Lodge, a member of the First Chris- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
odiffern day Christians, how they te t a week permittingvthe tian Church of 'Danville, Virginia. Raiford, 127 Hunter Circle.
differ and how they are alike, taxpayer to order at his conven- He attended Lynchburg College, Sunday was the day to ob-
Thirteen members were present. ience. Lynchburg, Va. serve the National Woman's Aux-
Survivors include his- wife, Mrs.
Frank Campbell of Wewahitchka;
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Campbell of Hollywood; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Cecil Barker of Martins- Lakes 'Drawdown
ville, Va., and Mrs. Harvey McDon-'
n Serv ce ih-Ak ald of Axton, Va.; his mother, Mrs. A public e,g. "is !ern -:h-
T.Sprin A .g Service Danville, Va., duled by thF da D tnt
and one grandchild. of Natural b Ry?.ri.ss for Thirs-
We will Inspect Controls and Electrical Con- Funeral services ere conducted ay, May10t 7:00 p.m., CST in
Monday from the Irst United Me- day, May 10 at 7:0 p.m., CT i
sections, Clean Filter, Condensate Drain, thodistChurch with the Rev. Mil- the Wewaohitchkae nign is.l au-
Condenser and Elvaporator, Oil Fan Motor, lard Spikes officiating. Interment orn. The meetin.-s ing
Check Line Voltage and Evaporator Temper- followed in Holly Hill Cemetery. Dead Lakes and the'aquatic weeds
ature, Pallbearers were Ferrell' Allen, Dadi pa es n t ie a e.e
Jr,. Ted Cannon, P. A. Howell, R. causing problems in the lake.
$ 6 9 ~ W. Smith, T. E. Parker, Jr., and to discuss pn t ate
Page Himmel. to discuss plans for a proposed
S p 1 page m funeral Homewas in drawdown of the lakes to kill offi
: Kilpatrick Funeral Home was a t weeds
$charge of arrangements. the aquatic weeds.
S r aan ens Several state officials have been
invited to the meeting from the
Second Unit, $3.00 State Department of Pollution
t csondRlUate .0 r E rClaSS Of 1963' Control and staff of the Trustees
Parts and Related Labor Extra R *Ion of the Internal Improvement Trust
Planning 'RUe IOn Fund concerning upstream pollu-
Avoid Expensive Repairs and High Operating Cost Members of the 1963 raduatng tion permits and emergency repair
permits for dock; boat ramp re-
class of Port St. Joe High Schoolpair during the drawdown. Also
Call Today Phone229-6895 are main ns or areuon invited are the Corps of Engineers
the 10th anniversary of their gra- Mobile District and part of the
A duation. I staff stationed at Chattahoochee.
S' A planning meeting for the class conducting the meeting will be
SKent Service 1 reunion will be held in the Ele- R. L. Lazor, and Chuck Williams,
mentary School Cafeteria tonight tanists with the Department of
PLUMBING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE REPAIR at 7:30 p.m. All class alumni liv- Natural Resources.
ing in and around Port St. Joe are.
urged to attend.
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A Thought to
Most veeryone you see has a
'job-they go to work and do
this job the greatest part 'of'
Most of their lives! That is a
pretty big statement. If you are
going to be doing something
most of your life-it should be
something you love and enjoy.
I'm sorry for the boy or girl
who picks a job simply for, its
monetary rewards. Pay is cer-
tainly important, but the job
will eventually make the per-
son. A person who finds the job
that leto him 'feel he is doing
something-gives him satisfac-
tion-will be a happier and
b better -' : : J,; !',
If you are spending your days
wondering about your' "voca-
tion," then veiy likely you have
the wrong one.
OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM-
BER: "Not only life-but abun-
dance this is everyone's
,snell and Patricia
honored' by Church
iliary Day in the Pentecostal
Holiness Church. The morning
service was under the direction
of the local chapter of this or-
ganization. The members pre-
sented a program entitled, "Fol-
lowing On to Know His Pattern
for Our Church''.
The Girl's Auxiliary is a.
branch of the Woman's Auxil-
iary and, the local chapter has
three groups, of Girl's Auxiliary,
which are divided according to
age. Miss Gosnell represents
Group HI and Miss Raiford rep-
resents Group I. The crowning
of the two was a part of the pro-
gram presented by the members
of the Woman's Auxiliary. These
girls will represent their groups
for the entire year.
To become Queen or Princess,
the girls must work to earn
points in a prescribed program
which includes church attend-
ance, bringing visitors to church,
scripture memorization and rais-
ing money, which is used for-
various functions of the girls.
Miss Gosnell was crowned by
last year's queen, Cindy Atkins.
Miss Raiford was crowned by the
pastor, James L. Gosnell. Each
girl was presented an arm bou-
quet of yellow carnations, and
were robed in the traditional
purple and gold robes which rep-
resent the Auxiliary colors. The
Queen was given a charm, en-
graved as a memento of the day,
and the Princess was given an
engraved necklace as a memen-
to. Other ladies participating in
the crowning of these girls were,
Mrs. Elizabeth Raiford, Mrs.
Claudine Vandevender, Mrs. Av-
ery Howell, Mrs. Maxine Money
and Mrs. Jean McClamma.
The first runner up in the
Queen contest was Miss Debra
Lollie and the first runner up in
the Princess contest was Miss
Ruth Plair. Each of these girls
were presented a corsage of yel-
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday
303 Monument Avenue
NEXT TO HUMPHREY'S UNION 76
Nichols and Sons
Bank. Mary Whitfield was high liams had a 164 game and Norma Joe Furniture with games of 189, Kraft with a 192 game and 458
1 -. bowler for Shirt and Trophy with Hobbs -had a 440 series for the 213 and 183 for a 585 series. Loyce series.
a 165 game and 463 series. Verna Alley Kats. Beaman was high bowler for the Williams Alley Kats won three
l Burch had a 172 game and Lois Standings W L Stevedores with a .197 game and and lost one to Comforter's. Nor-
-1 "' .--I S-Ba.. Smith had a '446 series for the Shirt and .Trophy ---- 68 36 482'series, ma Hobbs had a 169 game and
S- k.. Fla. 1st Nat. Bank B 63% 40% Shirt and'Trophy won all four Eleanor Williams had a 433 series
St. Joe Furniture won three and St. Joe Furniture 61 43 games from Bowen's Cowgirls. for the Alley Kats. Faye Pope led
lost one to Williams Alley Kats. St. Joe Kraft --------59 45 Mary Whitfield led Shirt and Tro- Comforter's with a 164 game and
_.. Dot Hamm led St. Joe Furniture Comforter's ------ 56 48 phy with a 153 game and 442 ser- 416 series.
*' with a 113 game and 443 series. Williams .'-:::* '.:: 50 54 ies Betty Fain had high game of Standings W, L
S. Helen Armstrong had a 168 game St. Joe Stevedores -. 45%. : 147 and Lou Mork had high series jShirt and Trophy .- 64 36
S...., and Diane Terry had a 430 series Bowen's Cowgirls _-- 13 91 of 392 for the Cowgirls. Floridt 1st Nat Bank 59% 36%
'- ; for the Alley Kats --- -Florida First National Bank won St. Joe Furniture ---- 58 42
,Gulf Count L~adles League 47,2' .ser.~~ o ., Po' eespn. ,ed the 44
W.df niougi h .t Mcsh 14 ue Coswt a 7 a In a make-up -match, Florida Gulf County Ladies League three and lost one to St. Joe Kraft. St. Joe Kraft--- 56 44
Wednesday sn te o r wt a 197 gam n First National Bank won all four Wednesday night, March 3, St. Verna Burch led the Bank with a Comforter's ---- 53 47
Comfoe tr won th.ee t or .esL game. ;i.r ,m ;-. Kats. Joe Furniture won all four games 189 game and 489 series. Verna Williams Alley Kate -49 47
gOdes rI Cs had_ e a e ,dores Shirt and -r-.:n:, .... all four Lois St: ah .d-" he '--_: '1hi 182 fy-.%-, St. Joe Stevedores. Brenda also picked up the 3-7-10 split. St Joe Stevedores 44% 55%
.Berths C m had a .games from .:. l N: game : .- L :,. WiMathis, had a great night for 'Mary -: Lyons was high for Bowen's .- ----- 12 88
fromforter Loyce Beaman, led
Si. j eraft won three a
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One word won't tell 'em who you are
You've got to keep on talking.,
An inch won't make you very tall,
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One little ad won't do it all,
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SANDWICH BAGS pkg. 29c
IGA Petite Pkgs. of 24 pgLb
DINNER IOLLS ---3 pkgs. $1.00
[IGA Tabletreat found Top 1A Lb. Loaves
WHITE BREAD 2 loaves 59c
WGA Chick. w/nwodle,w/rie,. ehiek./noodle-=No. 1
CHICKEN SOUP 4 cans 59c
Supreme or Sealtest .
SICE CREAM i gal. 89' CHUCK
isbry 8 O Cnsns RIBRO
BISCUITS -- 4 cans 39c RIB ,
Lady Scott and Delsey Bathroom
2 R o ll -I-.
. $.09 **~
THE STAR, Port St. age, Plridaf THURSi AY, MARCH 22, 1973
SAVE TIME and
BEEFw '7ONE -
ROAST lb. 98c
AST ---- Ib. $1.48
HOUSE and FOLGER'S
Ba ma Strawberry
./ .,^153c *
BEEF STEAKETTES Ib.
', i" i' 1 Skinned and Deveined Sliced
Beef LIVER Ib. 8&
T- E-, L BEEF
CHUCK STEAK lb. 88c
TABLERITE BEEF ROUND BONE
SHOULDER ROAST b. $1.18
RIB STEAK------- b. $1.48
Maxwell House Instant
DEL MONTE TOMATO
S.. i MEAT
Bacon lb. 88c
7 OZ. PKG.
IGA Yellow Cling
A*2^ No. 2%
SMuchmore liquid 64 oz. 69c
Suptr Chrom. Dbl. edge (Reg. $1.00)
Schick tBlades 5ct. 77c
Schick Super Chrom. (Reg. 89e Val.)
Injector Blades 4 ct. 73c
2 Lb. Pkg.29
keg'. c '-
Alka Seltzer- 25 ct. 65c
Saltines lb. 29c
Chips Ahoy 14 oz. 55c
FRESH FLORIDA JUICY
, I -- w ub I- a Jumbo HeadA
9 CAULIFLOWER ----- ead 69c LA
Yellow Summer P1
100 SQUAS H----b. 29c
S... GOLDEN RIPE
Libby's TomatoAN AN AS
J UICE I.c
J BEST FLAVOR STEAK
RED VINE RIPENED
Ca4 c TOMATOES
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
3 for $1.00
10 lbs. 89c
LESS THAN 10c PER POUND
Swt. Potatoes 3 LB.BA28c
.* COMPLETE LINE OF
Flower Seed Garden Seed Seed Potatoes
Fertilizer Potting Plants
lb. 2 3- PottingSoil -
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
Check Our Price Before You Buy
Crisp Red Cello Bag
Del Monte 20 Oz. Bottles
TOMATO CATSUP ---- 3 btls. 99c
IGA 6 Oz. Cans
ORANGE JUICE -------6 cans 99c
OCEAN PERCH -- lb. pkg. 79C
Fox (Cheese, Hamburger, Sausage)
DELUXE PIZZAS ------15 oz. 79c
Cairo Beauty 12 Oz. Jars
SALAD DELIGHTS ------2 jars 69c
lDi,- i n ... J g Size
FABRIC SOFTENER ------ btl. $1.39
Comet Plastic Bottle
CLEANSER. ---17oz. 25c
Short Ribs lb. 78c
BLGround Beef b. LE88
Ground Beef lb. 88c
O S-T t. Plos i -t.2 aSt. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973
,.J- o'vw 2,- hOs; oo o Coordinators Busily Recruiting Science
Legal V-;C. g-tc. ho ..o; CU L Florida Students for'Region 2 Competition
sp a .a*baeed; 8 c9 C alD. V tSchgme; f 2ul L C
NOTICE '- e; anchorlock spring set parking --
After the date of the first pub. brakerear; 70 p alternator; IN THE FCIRCUIT COUR County science fair coordinators this week and next as they bear
ch5 173 In wil no longer be 400 lb. rear main spring; i2250 lb. DICIAL CIRCUIT OF LOR- uin Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, the responsibility of devising
response for any debts other reaux. spring; power steering; DA N AND FOR GULF Jackson, and Washington counties means of selecting entries for the
than thse approved y me per- speed lack mi session; dual, air WASHINGTON, have their work cut out for them Region 2 Scoience and Engineering
4 3- CHARLES A. OSBORNE x 20 12-pldual rear; cast spoke PlainLtiff, N ...r Fair from among hundreds of par-
. t3- 7.515" rims; w_ ase ap o. v -- or, texture, ease of maintenance
NOTICE-TO-RECEIVE axle approx. 114"; frame to ex- MAPRIE JACKSON,
SEALED BIDS tend approx. 73" behind rear axle. Defendants. Home Grounds .'rc-ist use pebble rock which can be fixed Junior and senior, high school
The Board of County Commis. Bid, w11 bte ree- nd unt'J NOTICE OF SALE with This surface is ery students in the slx-county area.are
sioners of Gulf County will receive March 27, 1973 at 7 30 P.A,. (ES T) Notice is hereby given tbt I t ..Tiy; of Florida ssuace is ven now involved in .y r- com-
sealed bids from any person, com- at the office cf the Clerk hCircmt RAYMOND AWENCE. Ih.i a desirable and is porous, so 'that now involve in 'hl n.ry con-y
pany or corporation interested in Court P. O. Box 968, Fort St. Joe. of Gulf County, Florida, un.r ,<,.1 water easily passes and science fairs in preparation for hte
selling the county the following de. Flrida. by virtue of a Writ ,of science fairs in preparation for hte
snrbqd personal' property: The Board reserves the right o 0hr. fr.,'n -it of the above into the soil. 2 Science and Engineering
One new 1i73 truck with the 0lo., reject nEy and .I!!U bids. I e5M'l, 'ti,;ntto a F: Fair to be held .-rI 57 at the
rOne,- w .;with efol/.-rect a .. '. ,: : ',.aid nr-ases the pleasure Or will guests have to pas sh-.:.h And don't ," ..: a wooden p., .._ aa Sstems Laboratory
,r .i '. February. -. outdoor ..- a much as -a the kitchen or other working areas or deck. These beautiful v ; are in Panama ity. Som 11 high
t s A,.,de ,1.. -r1-ao h th ...:' not as g'~r._ 'as you might schools'and 13 junior high schools
b- !.a :: S ,' a Test the site for tI' bt. h think. If you ;, : :elf. they are involved.
QPEN AiCHECKING AC'OUNT the year before cotrutn if concrete. Of course .: A Te on event i the big
OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT" t:".117'. : r-1 "1 :: ". r ^ o; ,^ -.. ..
OPEC '--1 5.2 r....:. An area that's c presss, 3 or ce ar ste p toward wide .. n I. n for
",.. .- '. ." .- '. in, summer but traps -the '' bw- use .t:"'. I t
SAT' 4s-y t'i.lm "-''- .... A beused, the State Science and Engineering
AT lrt ..i ..'..:' -- :; ,d'.:Ksun is preferable. Place' shade Be i,; ,.<:..' in creating the Fair to be held in .'. .1. April 26.
;A ,ITjA STATE AN n' T b- Ai .. the time ofydayou wi be usir nad effect hant a Fair in San ;i,--. May 6-12.
WEWAHITCHKA STATE 'BANK"nri.,, ,nt c'rj un th i da ,, tre to oti shade to '' es gn e e.or.2.h
WEWAHiTCHKnA .D if^ L- *-5 neartt .-rectangular arrangement. '
t J f. C .- plans toensure ma :out leaving a hole for Bay;,FrankGui-
ffor We : 1. ,: -, and .T.a.. T A row .. or buit the [. around -' Calhoun; William H. Linton,
T br i no riA th the. h et hL e for 'b .: ,... .,. ,..-_... -- I; :"l ': argue shrubs or an a' tree? Plants can also be added '' IRobert .i,. ]';.'*- : Hodges
cThere o rin Charge it yoa AVERAGE nh, *hg i ':ati .,d lr h ', .. attractive@ fence may be needed to via large planters, tabsa or just .'.' Jackson and J. B. Ward,
Srt,~ ~h..t e.6ty .f ut fi -aneeded privacy.,.Washngton, as .," bieordina-
rint.- ybh1y la';e 'xc IF eds $100.0(0, a d then ory a ^. utif "1 a -It:-:'fm you --' small pots tors will send about 160 junior
S' ..r ., .... : sill : c .....u' :,,...' ... .. -. r ...... '.- you cY OU .. tors will send about 160 junior
r a.50 car- f.r acrusV with an a-hrage monthlyy s, h ol i41 itn \ tC. I t'. '.. 'nthe siz e, 4,esign and ;' 7 senior high '.i" students to
] c 'r h- i 2.. L. ._. .- '. 4 i. "'-" :':-: F'. 2.:.r, r'I:r.v ehoiee 'areh e any, think it compete in the regional affair.
baladace t. lan $1A000. A O LA 'E:;E i, ., --' ,:. ... beginning con- Frominthese 25 to 30 students vill
SSfPFT y 4t Fb 7, ; f'-' ..., tile, colored '- ''. '- -' Your patio will be -a be picked to compete in the state
By a.mpiuting our barger oni an average month- .- -' --ia Fe. : '' ': de srabl, 4. -. ource of consant pleasure and air and,at least one, possibly two
I 'THE CIR"LT_ CO1'T. CLrco u C k :G -. -- -- 1 It,-n t1he intcr-
ly baWsis your balance could go b-elow $100,0( on oc- roURT '.-n IJ U DICI.SEAL, 4 -. .! .. -... ,
ir.':UITrr 2F THE STATE -__ ----_
caiion and still incur no service charge, OF FLO.TI-A,. -IN AD FOR -
Gi'Ly COUNT rY.
Write as many checks as you vih; there are mAYi 4 A, rT.T'NG ff G .'
S..1 and '
no service charges. T I I.LA ARMSTRONG
NOTICE OF SUIT Ie pi
TO: Tommy G. Arr tr ong
EW E EIA AS709 Neal Terrace
Ncb'iI 4 Trn-tler 37203
YOU .A Hf**pY NOTIFIED '
09& a l you ar4 rc'quir'-d to serve
acqxy of youer written defenses,
`ST TE BA K f s -rr, tit en t Pbert M. Moore,
A COUNTY lANDMARK s:,ri f., 4t0- ,r1g.. with
: :j rt. :.Y.-: l.*.. yled C'U, t
rpo r b tLf-w March 2t 1973. ther..ii
FOR GULF COUNTY, FIRST. LAST AND ALWAYS 'sA ,- r. J'Itri mny he entered
Si i DISCONTINUED STATO- STREAK
,i t-yN Py han d -d the sea ; I
AY -SIZE LISTED
-INSURANCE L K ITEWALLS
sAn Exac ng S enceTo 878-13thruH78-14 E78-15thru H78-15
LIKE A PRESCRIPTION, OUR
PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT 1
TOGETHER WITH N RA CARE
IThe are about as many4di -
ferent types of insurance as there
are fts ecifi- n a. You can't ~ b
ag, 'soit.is ilult J78-15 and L78-15 2 forU0
thm allo i s vity nportant ."Plus $1.81to $3.13 pertire F.E.tax and 2 tires off your car,
Call on us at any time!
WE PUT THE "SURE" DESIGN
IN YOUR iNSURANCE
Let's take an example. Do you
know that YOU can be SUED! Some-
one may have an accident on property
you own. That someone can sue yoth
his claim can WIPE YOU OUT.. i.
less you're properly Insured!
T= InERAsuuRANC Lt aPOW *78-15
b AS M Backwacls
FIRE BONDS G78-14, G78-15, H78-15, 2 for '54
Plus $2.22 to $2.80 per tire F.E. tax and 2 tires off your car.
priced as shown at Firestone Stores. Competltvely priced at.FIretons .
D ers eand at anl service stations dapieyIg the Firestone s!in.
AT A MINIMUM COST -- a m --
I, I '1
PATE'S SERV IC LENTERIK
Jimmy's Phillips "66" Station
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Floridf THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973
.GERBER TRAIN W* A .. JAK
BABY FOOD ... jar 11c
READY-TO-USE SIMILAC or
ENFAMIL......... .3 63c|
CURITY TAPE TAB DISPOSABLE
DIAPERS... DA 1.69
ASSORTED COLORS (4 Roll Pkg.)
WALDORF BATHROOM 39
TISSUE 's *0 9*
VIVA TOWELS 3uo$1.0D
ASP LAUNDRY BLEACH GAL. JUG 45c
tL0ROX BLEACH.. JUG
.ROMAINE (NEW CROP RED POTATOES tb. 12c BULK)
Endive or Escarole...."BU
JUICY (RED DELICIOUS APPLES 3 Lb. BAG 69c)
Red Grapefruit...5 BAO 59c
,100% BRAZILIAN INSTANT COFFEE
Eight O'Clock o 79c .l*09
Crisco Shortenina ... 0 85
*' OLD FASHION 20"
SFRENCH 16 OZ.,
* ITALIAN 20 OZ0
ENCORE SOLID BREAKSTONE PLAIN OR FLAVORED
Margarine 35c Yogurt... cu-23c
KRAFT MARGARINE QUARTERS KRAFT AMERICAN (SLICED SINGLES)
Parkav... 0: 39' Cheese .. .K83c
ITEMS IN THIS AD. ARkE NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHER RETAILERS OR WHOLE-
SALERS. CUSTOMERS WILL BE LIMITED) TO REASONABLE QUANTITIES.,
IQ PRICES IN THIS AD. ARE EFFECTIVE THROUGH
SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1973. IN ALL STORES IN
T A VER0c E THE CITIES LISTED BELOW.
I TASTER'S CHOICE g
FREEZE DRIED COFFEE
WITH THIS 8 OZ $0 W1THOUTTHIS
SWITHTHHIS 8 Z WC1 UPON
S COUPON JAR 6.U $2.10
@THIS COUPON EFFECTIVE THRU SUN. 3/24/73
----- ------ *m o
^^R-.m i __ -,^ ^ K *-*
ANN PAGE REGULAR OR THIN
iANN PAGE (2 Lb. Jar)
SPAGHmTI SAUCE ... 63c
GOLDEN CROWN (Quart BIt.)
ASSORTED REG. OR DIET BEVERAGES "
YUKON CLUB.10 'CANS89c
REG. OR LIVER FLAVOR DOG FOOD
DAILY ALL DIET
DOG FOOD....... 10c
;; :-: :- ..
*^ ; .
.. ~~ -71~
t'AOE TWELVE ThE STAR, Pert St. Joe, FIends THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973
.': ithanksto the, rm'kifllng pow
Ser of the 'antIMtcs, doctors.
bve'been able fcut t he moar.
tality Rte On mar,'y disease.
ThIs'Rexl :.drug sore carrier
Sthe most Importan t lines of
Shark Bats Silent In Two
Losses During Week's Play
Port St.' Joe High School's
Sharks spent the week on the
road. and suffered a. disastrous
Week end, losing to Quincy and
- Crestview.. .
Friday afternoon, the Sharks
'were the victimi,of an 185 shell-
ing in Quincy..
'Three hurlers went to the-
4mound for Port St. Joe' with
Mark,,Wimberly being credited
with the loss. Sandy Sanborn
and Craig -Pippin. relieved.
Quincy banged out a big nine,
run first inning, which proved
to be enough to win the game
The Sharks managed two runs
in the first inning and, three in
tIfe second before they were
Russell Chason was the Sharks
leading hitter with two hits.
The Shark bats were relative
ly-,quiet again Saturday, scoring
only two runs in a 6-2 loss to
Bubba Harmon was the losing
Bb Brown, 14th Circuit Administrator
Chosen to'Participate In National Meet
yo- 7 A5t sord'w andu w twO. 1- 6'
you to beer heaim at o ; ..:.' .A
ost l' 'to Fb i en .. Bob 'E ." ."u't A.ir : -
_t J Lvr` to i i-m.1, .. I.. + ... ,
YOUR g DRUt R'STORI ,, ,..- t, i. t,.,n e-.-.;.t
S. : one of 4'.. 4 ..*..:4 iE.t. from
0, -hjo, ";;-!',:..q t U. S. fo f .i t, Ln
-..', .; "stitute fo, Court _'".. rg '.t
DROUG STORE ...lection ws made !.iy FP. T Wi.
Ph 227:7 31 Wi iams s ssocite'
Co ..i .- -3 tor f IP"- 4. following-a ..--
Convenient Driveln Window ti-
Plent "I P .:.. earlier this month of e inst
Plenty FreeParking tute's Board of. Trustees.
'Nb .in its oulrth year of oper-
,- .. ,r .,.'.r joint o .:r:o-:i.,.i" of
U L erica *Bar Association,
vg k 1 T,:, .,tute for Judicial .'.,'.
+ .' "-.. .'. ;, S o'"',: ",.' .andS the', American Ju-
.'?,M.- r _. Fr -o Q 1 i .. .. n aSociety,' = T ,holds
, R sra e a ,I t~her.n c i, f* ,- ,','r '\ V '" : '
:r trial Hih-a' bz.r: t1 r ..' .
:/ Kenney's' Mill to Hifh. .
.through thbe rk.,A,'teton -' area
di',wn Hijhway '; giai, to Jones
'Homestead and back to the High
Rest and recuperation -stations
willbe provided, along the route'
and a "Poop Out". wagon will be
along- to return, those to' the
stat i.,ig point, who 'b ;',I ,tj
A 'trip to DisneyWorld is be-
ing offered again. this year for.
tbc person who collects the
m. e:,Bi money for their marching
-.effrt. A $10.00 prize will be
't,'given, to the' walker *.; it, the
ojr,;t sponsors, and ~,' 'to'.
the :organization ,.t.1 '1h the
'Miss Sanders 'said, "Get in-
volved. Have a good. time. Get
good exercise and help prevent
and treat crippling birth .:1.- .. ..
all at the- same time. Join in on
the' 1973 March of Dimes Walk-
St. Joe Paper Company stand
Basic Magnesia, Inc.,, of Port St.
Joe were two of 50 manufac-
turers, *_ ,r.. .',. ,..5, L ,, :,., '
,;r, .b,.j !iA.,1:,h and individual sew-
age 'treatment plants receiving
awards fr6m the Florida Depart-
ment of Commtrce. The awards.
were given for environmental
T, ,,.: efforts. '
,The awards are" '
.i ''.:!. o or '
facilities '.': exceed '.'
. 4ards isei b7 f% ,,J:. '.,ip'.,,.+,
laws or ,'..',i.y *. ii abatement,
requests well ifi advance, of legal
The awards, presented, this
week, were given to 32 private
firms, six municipalities, five
military installations and seven
private treatment plants.
Sr,; .t.r .is. L A t .-e,
f Ie -1 c. o. :. 'i"; t -
"... Yr, hbr(iAr'- of -pers,'.- eebirg
S .f' ".....' i' '-e ^J t, ;A.,,ng in
. .. r_-' ,:.' i 'n t i ...
Fr '.4, n n;.r an .::;.,' !
Panama CI',Marianna, Chipley
and Graceville, all cities within
the .14th Circuit,. served four
years as county judge in" Jack-
son County. He was appointed
C'...' Administrator 6. January
10, this year by Circuit Judge
S- ,.. L. +.'Tf i' ." of .Marianna,
I of the Circuit.
A breakfast 'Tuesday, March
27 at 7:00 A.M. has been sche-
duled by the Gulf County Ohap-
ter of the American Cancer So-
"-ciety to kick off this year's fund
drive. The breakfast will be held
at Jake's Restaurant..
Mrs. Jean Atchison and Mrs.
Larry Anchors, driveL chairmen,
are asking all drive., captain's to
be present. Mrs. Raymond Law-
-rence is i 'charge of recruiting
drive workers and volunteers.
Trap Shoot Set
" 'The Gulf Rifle Club will conduct
a trap -shoot, ion' Saturday, Marcl
24 t:..., at 2:00 p.m. at the Ri
fle Range on -..:1, : 71.
,.,,.:. shells will be available
at the range.
All interested shooters are in
vited to come out to shoot o
watch how many are missed.
d pitcher, giving up five hits and -- M
striking out 12. Errors by theio FOR SALE: Truck r' 10 ft. FOR RENT: Furnished beach cot- SHRUBS FOR SALE: Azaleas, by.
SSharks proved ei :r :. o addition Sleeps 6, stove, ice .x and tages. Reasonable monthly rates. drangeas, English dogwood, ete.
to their'' to hit safely.- eleci- :" 1, 'ercomn heater and Phone 227-3491 or 229-5641. tfi Young plants to 4 years old. All in
e' Harmoe was also the leading air .... ,: '. 1. very little.' TED TO BUY Exerciser bic ans, 10 to $1.00. Call 229-6806. Sp
hitter with two, and four REBIs. Cae 2-seen ater 3:30. 3p-21 Ave Call after B :0E pe bi
S' .... 6274. -- .. HEATH RADIO and TV
FOR SALE: Toastmaster deluxe NEW IMPROVED 7tl-ie.' the Black and white Color
Friday tp the Sharks push button broiler-oven. Phone great iron pill novw *vh i V in All Work Guaranteed
will host (-..! 3:30. Satur- 229-4881. it-3-22 C. Campbell's Drug. 6p-2-15 PHONE 229-2782
day, they travel to Chattahoo- HOUSE FOR SALE: 1 WANTED: 40 acres or more. Road
chee and i:n. T ,: ', Crest- :h- ,-_ room, -'_. ..m and power. Please draw map and SEWING 'MACHINES: Dial and
view .:: ** r .-' for a 3:30 game. and kitchen. Hardwood floors. Bath give price, terms,, and send to P. -.'Sew. See at K&D Television and
and kitchen has I r- #4 0. Box 952, Lancaster, Ohio 43130. Sound. 301 Reid Ave., Phone 227-
--- --- remodeled. Hous :-., .:- "' "' 2. 2071. tfc-3-1
pletey rewired. :
to be included in-." ... FOR RENT: One and two-bedroom PROFESSIONAL HELP with emo.
al ment, call 229-6549 after 5:00 p.m. attractively 'furnished -apart-, tional problems and/or concerns.
e ga W 212 9th Street. 2tc-3-22 ments. *Cool in summere, warn-iin (.1 u1 County Guidance Clinic, Port
S .'R SALE' house, St winter. .Gas heat, window fan j.St. .Joe, .Florida 2293621 or Rev.
FOk. They must be seen to be appr t Eis,2
`7 '" X "I' A., i',. : Fi r2 n ,j t29-4556 after ed.Cantact M r. rs. B.C.Prce -- -e
SIY; F' '.' '. ends. 3tp-3-22 at WIMICO LODGE and TRANIR
S' r PR A m' re | PARK. White City. Phone 229-2413 INCOME TAX SERVICE'
IN 0 -- SA Ef, FO $AL -. re
-- j T' '- L. -'- new" b.ridle .r I .0 P..2 .". : by b e
o-, : .J- o .48 6986' F THE BEST in levision .ERNARD 0. WESTER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,- nd om by 301 Reid Asio .-n --813 Marvin Ave.
All redirs.of-.th estate i .- ,.. our line of television, Phone 229-3107
-. .. .:- ., .- : e -., c. .. stereos, radios and
r i",, aLi -,. y _. ta o pe .. V',: have a repairm '3 -
_" .: :1.- r.z-~.,-.1 '-."iy raay,' FR SAL H- -, *- ,. *. ,-b able daily. K and D TV ai FOR WELDING NEEG S ee Jame
I j ... .'. u. ht-.-.. .., ,d- .SOUND, 301 Reid Ave., ne. L pl 1302 Palm vd.
f w* r3 f u rooms. Close to 'T- :.irra 1 2 71. Ic3! tfc-9-.7
,+ 3;J:, idah available. $7700. See owner, 1t LOST: Ring of keys. -". -.
-. X <- e r 1',:- r.3. i from St. -6446721. 2P yeow .dsc.
S* .... ,f. '..... .3. of FOR SALE. Dinette suite in very The tar tp ECONOMY CASH STORE
i i ,e :..3 t,.. T..-.., .*.. .'3 nd good condition. Table and 5 FOR SERVICE ,i '-. m- Apalachicola, Fla.
st. -r ,n .i. ate chair- T. has ".. and white KENT :.' 1 New = .,t,. Brand Grocery
;""" '" r :" _of- form-C ::.; Chairs are black tub ing, electrical p- -r d :TRE SCALESnd Grocery00
i., ,, an .d th ",r i ,, onditioners. R-! r ..- -.. STOR E SCALES $335.00
I. !-i.,,..I'. Ii, c1i3;!.1urt Quality material Must 6895. j : New 4-burner electric
Sir.. .. ,,. t.u**.,...., or it will 895y C' 4 1. tfc'. STOVES $139.00
PFr. T olaw._, F OR S, -,. +n. New 4-burner gas
E rtA V: *, FOR SALE T. "T rr 1 ELECTRO-PHONIC STOVES $125.00
S .* .E'. tiir- .. .. ._.i ..'. .. ,'.. STEREO and TAPE PLAYERS New 5 Hp Outboard
Bowell, deceased 2600. 2t-3-15 See the Large ih-l.ci MOTORS $149.00
CECIL G. COSYTN, Jr. 20.. at 1 New 7 Hp outb.,,,.
Aisorr..: for Administratrix FOR- SALE:. 1969 .Rambler, A/C, ST. JOE HARDWARE MOTORS $189.00
221 %d Avenue take up payments, $37.64 month, New Maytag
Port St.oe, Florida2456 4t bank financed; '67 GMC Handivan 4t COMPANY 3-1 AUTO. WASHERS -- $225.00
panel truck, good running condi- New 15-cu. ft. GE Automatic
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS tion. Call 648-4976. 2tp-3-15 defrost, NO-FROST
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS CALADIUM' BULBS: Pi '., your REFRIGERATOR --- $295.00
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION ANTIQUE BOTTLES FOR SALE:. order now from these Port St. Men's
The City Registration Books Claude and Ellen Tate. Beacon Joe Garden Club members. I ,il WORK PANTS pr. $2.98
will. be open for registration of Hll Beach 2te-3-15 Mrs. J. C. Arbogast 227-5201; 'Mi ,
qualified voters at 9.00 A.M., Gertrude Boyer, 229-3671; Mrs Lerio Electric Water Pumps
March 29, 1973, at the office of the- FOR' SALE: 1969 ,.*!' .' 4-door Ken Bateman 227-5851; Mrs. J. W. onl o ricW'.f pump on the
City Clerk at the City Hall. Those sedan. Air t. .i...,. 1. power Clements, 648-7766, or any member only fa t pu
wishing to re.i ter s voters for steering, power brakes. Good run- -of the Garden Club. 1 -, market
the M ..,_,::.; '.:.IrI.oo Primary to ning condition,. ,.. tires. ,*:'" ,r, : Special Price
be l~.ld '., ,;,-: J.3 may regis- equity, and assume r pay- FOR FUN, pa..1 ...y..enture and a 'a
ter between thehours of 9:00 A.M. ments. K. C. Mashburn, h..-. 229- tehnical *....-,. ; wee e '. ,v Of- HANG TEN
and 12-00 ,' and from 1:00'P.M. 6592 ~,'-r Jack Lat Post Office and other ladies and girls fash-
to 5 rO PM p .., l4ay through Fri- T"*-', at 11:00 A.M.. or c-ili ,i-1. clothing at our store at
rdW 1-: ':-.r z, 7 '*.:h 29, 1973, and FOR SALE: Lincoln 4.*.r...-ia 4. .!1-A to the Navy 1:.* -r! Sta- *uif.rLkt., low prices.
i .rr, : ;i 5:00 P.M., Fri- door, White vinyl top. Fully !'- 565 Harrison Avenue, Panama
d.', A. L 7 1973, at which time equipped. White leather seats. New '1.,,, 785 5582. 4te-3-8 A visit to our store will
h Tooks will close. tires. New exhaust system New REDUCE ai and fast surprise you!
All. persons who have registered as shocks. $995. .Paul Blount, 128 F.' f, and E-Vap "water
et Electors in the City of Port St. Joe Hunter Circle. Phone 229-4401.. Ca
h since February 4, 1965, and veni- pills". Campbell's Drug. 12p- 2 .15
fled their registration in February, FOR SALE: 14' .fl,-^I ...n, fishing INCOME TAX SERVICE: M,.n.I'.ey
S1973,r re not required to're-regis- boat with 20 hp Johnson motor through Friday, 8 A.M. to 5 PM. A New Service At
te who are qua itiz ed voters under the and trailer For information call Phone 229-9811 for appointment. POLLOCK'S CLEANERS
State Law, and who havare qe ubeen resi- 229-551 tfc-31Saturday,'Sunday and after 5 P.M. UNIFORM RENTALS
State Law,-and who. have been resi 229-5511. tree3-1' weekdays 229-3296. Shirley T.K
dents of the City of Port St. Joe for days 229-3296 Shirle-2 For Information; Come by
two months and who are 18 years FOR SALE: 20 foot fiberglass sail- cks. tor Call
r of age are eligible for registration, boat. Phone 648-3934. tfe-1-11 WANTED: New and used car sales- 107 Second Street
C. W. BROCK 3-22 man in Gulf County. St. Joe Mo-" Phn 227
City Auditor and Clerk 3t FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with tor Co., Port St. Joe.. tfc-2-15 Phone 227M4
den. 'Good neighborhood. Call ...... ..... ...
FOR SALE: Lowry organ. For more
information call 227-8701 after
5:00 p.m. or 229-4303. tfc-3-1
Your reward will be the tremen-
dous savings offered by The Sew=
.ing Center. ,'j:- :1, Fabrics at Fac-
tory Outlet. Prices. .THE SEWING
CENTER, 229 Reid Aye., Port St.,
C & G
Residential and Industrial
Wiring and Appliance Repairs
Air Conditioning Heating
Oil Burner Technician
.CALL 229-6863 or 229-5777
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Friday and Saturday
March 23 and 24.
2 BIG SHOWS -.
Clint' Eastwood in
"PLAY MISTY FOR ME"
"KING KONG ESCAPES"
S 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.
Halfnewcomers. Half newborn.
And half of this spiraling population
will be served by Florida Power.
By 1980 well 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.
:DIVORCE KIT -
For; the no-fault law.
For free details, write: Joe'
L. Stua1ca, Box 791, Pompa-
no, Florida 33061. 10tpU3-8
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE eall
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
,Guarantee on labor and materials
Low down payment. Phone 227
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Robert
L. Montgomery. 505 3rd Street.
Phone 227-4811. 8tp-1-18
Home .and Industrial
2t PHONE 639-5357. 2-8
-B.I N GO
Every. Saturday .Night
Beginning December 16
7:30 P.M. '
10 SPEED BIKES IN STOCK..Men's
women's. Racing style. Touring
'style. Credit terms available. WES-
TERN AUTO, Port St Joe. 6-15
INCOME TAX SERVICE
901 Garrison Ave.
Saturday & Sundays All Day
Monday thru Friday,
after 6:00 p.m.
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
"Ol" F" "E
= -' I
Hwy. 98 Phone 648-5116
Complete Beauty Service
I am now servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair or syn-
thetic which you would like
to have serviced quickly at
low prices ...
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 27-4853
9-21 -JANICE STOKES tfe
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Jo
Comforter Funeral Home
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-694
R.A.M.-Regular convocation o St
. Joleph Chapter No. 56, RAX,
.1st; and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
vsitjag companions welcome.
WILLIE LEE GRIFFIN, H. P.
E. WILLIAM McFARLAND, See.
WILLIS V., ROWAN, POST 116
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
ing first and third Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL4. a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every fira
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
E. C. BAILEY, W.M.
HERBERT L. BURGE, Secty
u~i-_~-_~_. ._.~ ...
THE'STAR,- Port 516jeop loirda THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973