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. NUMBER 15
Indictments Against Pitts,
Lee Dismissed by Judge
Oak Grove Residents
Must Sign for Water
Eddie Summers, John Scott, Phil Early and 'Lawrence Bowen Shackleford, extreme right, dives for a first down in the second
put the entire .right side of the Eustis line on the ground as Archie quarter of,the state Class AA football semi-finals. ---Star photo
Go Against.Cross City Here Friday Night for State Championship
A determined hard-nosed de-,
fense, a recovered E.tis i mn4
-ble of a punt by Alan aqmZ.ke,
on the Eustis 25 yard linb arid
a 66 -yard march ,for ; a touch-
down put \he -Sharks,, into .e'
state class 2A football play-Off
finals last Friday',night .;. :
The Sharks will go' iito tbe
final game for the second year.
in a row here Frlday, night
against Cross City after defeat-
ing number one ranked Eustis,
The Eustis .11 had the ball for;
only .nine plays in the' first per-:
.iod,. with the Sharks using up a.,
good portion of.the time driving
25 yards for their first 'touch-
down. After the Panthers were.
forced to. punt on the first series
of plays, the Sharks also had t'.
.give -up the ball. Steve Bass'
kick sailed from the, Sharks' 34
to the Eustis 25. where'the ball I
grazed a Eustis player and was
immediately pounced on by Alan I
Hammock. With 1:32 left in the
period, Archie Shackleford bull-
ed over from three yards out on
fourth down to put Port St. Joe,
on the scoreboard. Steve Bass'
kick for the extra point was
good, giving the Sharks a seven
Eustis mustered a drive late
in the second period, when a 16
yard pass play and an interfer-
ance penalty against Port St. Joe
put the Panthers on the 20 yard
line, but Eddie Summners stop-
ped the drive by picking off a
Tommy Comer pass o the 15
yard line with 22 seconds left.
The Sharks took the kick-off
as the second half began. Archie
Shackleford took the kick in his
own end zone and brought it out
to the 34. Jim Faison rambled up
the middle for 25 yards and Ar-
chie Shackleford burst through
the middle for a 23 yard gain
and the touchdown on a fourth
and two situation. Again Steve
Bass put the finishing touches
on the drive, which took eight
plays by kicking the, extra point
giving the Sharks a 14-0 lead.
The Panthers roared right
back after the kick-off and Co-
mer unloaded a 36 yard pass to
Hank Alberson on the Shark 32.
But, he tried it again, and Steve
Atchison picked off the Comer
pass on his own 15 and raced
back to the 30.
This. drive fizzled for the
Sharks and Steve Bass punt was
blocked and recovered by Eus-
tis on the St. Joe 28 for one of
their major breaks of the game.
But the marvelous Shark de-
fense put the brakes on the Pan--
tier drive on tih nine yard line.
Again, in the fourth .period,
the Panthers were on' the Shark
:4 with fourth and a fooi to go.
kA Panther jumped off side and
it was fourth and five. Comer
again went- to Alberson, but .At-
chison hit him as he caugiit the
ball and Alberson dropped it.
As the game ended, the Sharks'
*were. on the Panther 20 yard ..
line and driving. -
t The Sharks balaficed defense
Was, Ipaced by Rodney Nobles,
Lawrence Bowen and Eddie Sum-
mers, each with seven tackles.
Jim Faison and Murray Smith
mach hlad six tackles. Perry Adki-
bn stopped six Panther runners
rid Archie Shackleford, Steve
ass and Steve Atchison each
'ad four stops.
/- The Sharks front line on of-
aense, Steve Hattaway, Craig Da-
yis, Gary Gaddis, Alan Ham-
inock, John Scott, Nobles and
Bass opened up gaping holes all
night for Shark runners against
a line which had one of the stin-
giest defenses of any team in the
First Downs --- ---- 6 10
Rushing Yardage -- 83 184
Passing Yardage -- 59 17
Passes 2-12 2-3
Intercepted by 0 2
Punts 4-36 5-25
Fumbles lost ------- 1 1
Yards Penalized ... 20 30
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe------7 0 7 0-14
Eustis 0 000 0-0
Robert Dickens, left and Steve Atchison, right
put the stopper on Eustis fullback Grover Gaddy
Eddie Summers.rattles the teeth of Eustis ball carrier Eddie
Braswell with one of the bone-jarring tackles which won for the
Sharks Friday night. -Star photo
in Friday nights action.
The County Commission must
prove once more to the Farmer's
Home Administration that the
citizens of Oak Grove support
the idea of a municipal water
and sewer system for their area.
County Commission Chairman
S. C. Player and engineer Robert
Nations met with representatives
of FHA last week and were in-
formed that the government or-
ganization wants signed forms
from Oak Grove residents who
are willing to subscribe to the
system when"it is built.
The FHA representative said
it has been two years since the
first survey was made and the
financing organization wants to
khoWif the interest is still
The proposed system would
cost in the neighborhood of
$175,000 and would: be' paid for
by charges made to customers.:
The proposed syptem.. would get
treated water from the City of
Port St. Joe and pump its sew-
age into Port St. Joe's treatment
plant for disposal.
George G. Tapper and Frank
Hannon of Port St. Joe voiced
their opposition at the County
, Commission meeting Tuesday to
bulkhead plans being worked up
for the Simmons Bayou area at
the request of the State Road
SThe State had asked the Coun-
ty to secure necessary bulkhead-
ing permission' "so-wooden brid-
ges on SR-30 could be -replaced
with larger concrete structures.
Tapper and Hannon said the
proposed bulkhead line. would
keep adjoining property owners
from full use of their land and
asked -the County to adopt the
same bulkhead lines as set by
the State's Aquatic. Preserve ac-
tion. The Board agreed to go
along with the request if it met
A second bulkhead in the
Money Bayou area is not now
thought to be needed since the
Bayou doesn't empty into the bay
and doesn't come under the state
In other business, the County:
Accepted the bid of Burford
Equipment Company of Marian-
na of $34,070 for a Caterpillar
According to Postma ster
Chauncey Costin the local post
office- will extend its closing
hour on Saturday, December 18
to 5:00 p.m. This was done in or-
der to give more time to mail-
ers to complete their Christmas
mailings and relieve the conges-
tion at the post office on the
following Monday. Ordinarily
the post office would close at
.noon- on Saturday. .
Costin: said. that. the 'local -ori-
ginating mail has: gradually in-
creased during the past week,
but according.to prior experience
it has not reached the level of
prior years, therefore, it is be-
lieved that many patrons are
waiting until the last minute to
do their Christmas mailing. He
cautioned that the mails would
be clogged just before Christmas
and those who mail late would
stand a good chance that their
mail would not be delivered be-
D5 tractor for the Mosquito Con-
trol. The County will pay $15,-
000 on delivery and $9,535 each
February 15 for the next two
Approved the County's an-
nual membership dues of $1,010
to the Northwest Florida Devel-
Agreed to begin making the
necessary reports to qualify the
county for Federal emergency
funds -should the need ever arise
to call on this source of help,.in'
times of disaster. .. -
.*Gave. State 'Senator. W. E.
Bishop. permission to use the
Commission meeting room for a
public hearing January 13 at
Zack Wuthrich, Principal of
Port St. Joe High School, this
week released the names of hon-
or roll students for the second
six weeks of school.
Students making all "A's" for
the six week period include:
7th Grade-Judy Roberson.
8th Grade-Rita Casey, Regina
Ellis, Phillip Goldsberry, Cheryl
Hatcher, Cindy Hicks, Lisa Mel-
ton, Nan Parker, Jolyn Parrott,
Sheryl Roberson, Gail Rogers,
First degree murder indict-
ments against Freddie Lee Pitts
and Wilbur Lee for the 1963 slay-
ing of Grover Floyd and Jesse
Burket, were dismissed for a sec-
ond time yesterday on technical-
Judge D. R. Smith of Ocala
dismissed the indict ments
against the two, basing his de-
cision on the fact that one of
the Gulf County Grand Jurors
had a previous felony conviction
on his record, had not had his
civil rights restored and thus
was not qualified to serve as a
Grand Juror. The juror previous-
ly stated he was not aware his
civil rights were void since he
was registered to vote in Gulf
Judge Smith ordered Pitts
and. Lee to appear before a Jack-
-gon County Grand Jury the first
--wteek in January for indictment
The defense attorneys also ap-
plied for a venue change from
Jackson County, but Judge
Smith did not rule on the mo-
Mrs. Mary Ellen Boatright Found
Dead In Her Home Tuesday Afternoon
The Gulf County Health De-
partment this week issued warn-
ings to parents in this area to
prepare for the measles epide-
Smic which is threatening the na-
tion and already has a toe hold
The threatened epidemic is the
Rubeola strain of measles, or
the "seven day" variety, which
is dangerous to children and has
even caused death.
At the present time there is
no unusual number of measles
cases in Gulf County, but the
epidemic could come.
Immunization for the danger-
ous strain of measles is already
available in Gulf County at the
offices of all doctors and at the
Gulf' County Health Department
headquarters. Mrs. Polly Sowers,
at the Port St. Joe office, said
the immunizations are available
at the Health Department on
Monday mornings and Wednes-
Local doctors and Health De-
partment officials urge that par-
ents have their children innocu-
lated as soon as possible.
Health officials also issued a
warning to be on the look-out
for symptoms of rheumatic fe-
ver. At present there are more
than a half dozen cases reported
in the Port St. Joe area.
Rheumatic fever is also pre-
ventable. The disease usually fol-
lows an Untreated sore throat,
a neglected sore or both. Health
officials warn that attention be
given to these two symptoms to
prevent a possible bout with
Mrs. Mary Ellen Boatright,
age 33, was found dead in her
home at 1709 Garrison Avenue
-Tuesday afternoon from un-
known causes., Mrs. Boatiight's
son, Mike, found his mother ly-
ing dead on the bathroom 'floor
when he came home "from school
A coroner's inquest was held
Tuesday evening and Ordered an
autopsy performed. The body
was sent to Panama City yester-
day for the autopsy, but no re-
sults were known at press time
Mrs. Boatright is survived by
her husband, Larry; a son, Larry
Mike; a daughter, Deborah Ann;
one sister, Mrs. Ada Coyle of
Florasiante, Mo.; a brother, Fred
Lawson of Godfrey, Ill., and her
mother, Mrs. Evelyn Lawson of
Funeral arrangements were in-
complete yesterday afternoon
and will be announced later by
Kilpatrick Funeral Home.
Paper Will be
A 'Day Early
Your Christmas week issue of
The Star will come to you on
Wednesday morning of next
week in place of the usual Thurs-
The Star is going to press ear-
ly in order to get it delivered
and "read up" before Christmas
and to give our employees a few.
days off for the holidays.
Next week's issue will contain
all of the "Letters to Santa
Claus" we have received. All let-
ters received before noon Mon-
day will be published.
Tammy RushTng and J anis
10th Grade-Nancy Noble and
11th Grade-Cheryl Russ, Tal-
mon Sisk and Vicki Thompson.
The following students were
included on the "A" and "B"
7th Grade-Vickie Boyd, Char-
lene Cassidy, Kathy Elliott, Jer-
(Continued On Page 12)
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1972
Port St. Joe High School Names Honor
Roll Students for Second Six Weeks
- wi STAR. Per St. Jo, ie,. 3244 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1972
Geography Lessons Needed
A recent Louis Harris Survey reveals that a 61-to-26
per cent majority of Americans feel that "the United
States has achieved little by going to war and in the fu-
ture we should let other countries defend themselves."
If the Communists invaded the U.S., 95% felt that it
would be worth going to war; however, if they invaded
Western Europe, only 47% of the Americans polled would
be willing to go to its defense. Obviously, half of those
willing to defend the U.S. do not understand that in de-
fending. Western Europe they are defending America.
One seriously questions the knowledge of geography
of thosee who cannot see the link between 'our national
security and that of Western Europe and other nations.
The globe has shrunk, thanks to air traveL We fly from
New York to Rome in five hours; from Seattle to Tokyo in
nine hours. Secondly, Western Europe holds the balance
of manpower and industrial power between,.the U.S. and
the Communist world. Thirdly, Americans have more
than one hundred billion dollars invested in Western Eu-
rope. A' Communist take-over of Western Europe would
be tantamount to their conquest of the U.S. Americans
would no longer be in control of their own fate.
The Louis Harris poll shows better than 2-1 senti-
ment against U.S. involvement ii protecting the secur-
ity of other nations. It reveals algrowing mood of with-
drawal from military commitments abroad and a trend
toward an ostrich-like isolationism. This defeatist atti-
tude finds no counterpart in the COmmunist world's total
commitment to involvement in the &ffairs-of other nations.
Communism is irrevocably committed to the overthrow of
every non-Communist regime.
The Louis Harris Poll's findings must have given
Communists the assurance that they are winning; that the
people of America will not fight to defend those countries
without which America cannot defend itself. There is
still time for us to catch up on our geography!
Nations have, in effect, dwelt in "glass houses" for
years. What every nation does or does not do, affects
many others and so have a legitimate stake in their neigh-
One of the "kicks" of these days in which we live is
the craze for organically grown- food food grown with-
out any chemicals or fertilizers. ,
Everyone Who has grown-:a backyard garden' or even
plowed and cultivated an acre or two, knows that in the
first place, growing organically isn't very efficient. Haf,
of what comes up despite a lack of necessary nouristment
in the ground gets eaten up by insects because it is weak
or because the insects haven't been sprayed. This, of
course, was the reason'for beginning the use of chemicals
in the first place. Lack of use of chemicals is why China,
India, South America and' other under-developed areas
< have been faced with such a hunger problem. Without
the chemicals, not enough food could survive to feed the
There is no getting around the fact that organically
grown food what there is of it tastes better. There
Sis nothing better in, the summer tithe than a large ripe
waterm lQn grown,. on new, ground without, the aid of
'the fertilizers and nitrates which are fed to watermelons.
Fresh garden vegetables; with a mininimum of the growth
:chemicals taste much. better than those found in the su-
Our observations, roaming the opposite sidelines, tak-
ing pictures through eaci home game, was that Eustis
brought one of the most courteous, sprtsnmanlike groups
to Port St. Joe Friday night We have seen here 'all year
lohg. There wasn't any of this display of temper so com-
mon among other visitors. Not an unkind, word was said
to a referee, no ranting and raving, even though they
Their coach was a picture of decorum, never threat-
ening or agrily protesting a referee's decision. The boys
on the team urged their team-mates on, but were not out
of the way like so many others.
per market. We aren't saying these foods are better for
you, for after all, if there isn't enough food to go around,
what could be worse? The point is, chemicals have made
us the best fed nation in the world, so we don't feel like
The point we're getting at is this. The organic food
"kick" was started b the "Hippies", the same people
who introduced the drug culture. True, many, many ad-
vocates of organic foods are not hippies, nor have they
ever mis-used drugs. Probably the most famous of these
"food fadists" as they were known back then was a man
by the name of McFaddan back in the 30's 'and 40's. He
was a fanatic about the way his food was-grown.
But, back to the hippies. A friend of ours was telling
of a hippie-operated organic food shop he saw in Talla-
'hassee recently and the scenes he witnessed there. The
thing that bothers us is this: How can anyone who will
shoot that mess into their veins, pop anything .available
in their mouths or smoke weeds that, drive them out of
their minds be concerned about where their spinach was
It was a pleasure to be on the side of someone who
was trying as hard as they could, but were not blaming
their failures on circumstances or the referee.
Tomorrow, we host Cross City here in the state
finals. We have a reputation in this part of the woods for
being rabid followers of our team, so there's ;o question
but what Port St. Joe will be out in force at Shark Sta-
dium tomorrow night. We will be hosting people from
all over. It's our wish that we will be as affable a host
tomorrow night as Eustis displayed in their losing effort
last Friday night.
Success stories of Florida
businesses are getting to be
routine as the Sunshine State
has an incredible record of
growth over the past 20 years.
But once in a while a truly un-
usual story appears that bears
Such is the case of my old
friend Woody Kepner, president
of Woody Kepner Associates,
public relations agency based in
Miami. Woody has developed a
business that now spans con-
tinents after 14 years of opera-
Back in 1957 Woody was direc-
tor of publicity for the city of
Miami. Deciding to open his own
public relation agency, friends
warned him of the pitfalls. They
said a Florida firm could not go
up against the "big boys" of
But now, in 1971, Kepner has
an estimated $1 million in an-
nual billings, 50 staffers and of-
fices in Miami, New York and
Curacao, not- to mention repre-
tation in 76 cities around the
globe. The agency ranks among
the top 20 in the nation from a
field of 6,600 competitors.
In Curacao's case, Woody Kep-
ner Associates directs and super-
vises that south Caribbean resort
island's entire sales, marketing
and public relations program
throughout the U. S. and Canada.
It also handles public relations
and sales for Curacao's sister
island in the Netherlands Antil-
WKA. handles a full roster of
domestic accounts, including the
Miami International Boat Show,
the first client to sign with Kep-
ner. They also represent Lehigh
Acres, Fla., Rainbow Springs
near Ocala, Holiday on Ice,
Southeast Airlines, 7-Eleven con-
venience food stores, Velda
Farms dairies, Miami Masonry
Guild and others.
Woody, an expert in the field
himself, has a staff of veterans
in public relations. Many of them
k4e worked for him -as a team
for five, ten, even 14 years.
And leaders in public relations
have frankly expressed admira-
tion for some of the innovations
instituted by Kepner's firm.
Woody's friends, back in 1957,
thought he.was. being.-audacius ...
trying to compete with the PR
heavyweights. But I remember
his reaction. He didn't try to
take a thing away from the big
city competition, but he saw
where a Florida firm that was
properly managed arid directed
could become successful.
Back then Woody said, "I can
see Woody Kepner Associates,
Inc., reversing the trend and
opening its, own office in New
York and anywhere else it will
help us add growth and stabili-
WKA did just that and they
now find themselves in the com-
pany of some of those same com-
petitors that friends predicted
would do them in 14 years ago.
Bectric Paymrent Plan Equalizes Monthly Bill'Payments
Do I get a lower electric rate under Florida 4
Power's Equal Payment Plan? 5
No. You'll pay the. same rate. The advan-
tage is that your payments are the same
each month so you eliminate the incon-
venience of seasonal high bills. The differ-
ence between what you pay arid what you
actually use will be adjusted at the end of
a year and figured into your payments for
the following year.
What is thermal pollution and how does R ,
harm the water? .
The term "thermal pollution" is used today
to refer to the water which is run through
power plants to cool condensers. The wa-
ter is a few degrees warmer when it is
discharged from the plant In the winter-
time, this appears to improve fishing. We
are doing extensive research to find what
the year 'round effect is.
Where should I set the thermostat on my
electric water heater?
If you do not have a dishwasher, the ther-
mostat can be set at 1350 or less and you
will still have water hot enough for all your
household needs. With a dishwasher, you
may need to set the thermostat to 150.
Why do you build such large expensive
plants when we got by for years with little
ones that don't cost as much?
The larger plants are more efficient. There-
fore, it costs less to produce the electric-
ity. The smaller plants are old and we
hope to retire several of them as soon as
we have enough power.
How much more will it cost me to operate
a non-frosting refrigerator?
A 14-cubic foot non-frosting refrigerator-
freezer costs about $2.00 more per month
to operate than a standard model.
If the supply of power is tight, why do
you advertise to encourage people to
We have discontinued promotional ad
vertising. Our present program is insti
tutional advertising with special empha
sis on helping customers operate the
electrical equipment in the home mort
efficiently. Temperature settings of air
conditioners and electric heaters, water
heaters, and other appliances can di-
rectly affect the size of your monthly bill.
If you have any questions concerning your
electric service or our company in general,
please write Mr. A. P. Perez, president, at our
general headquarters, P. 0. Box 14042, St.
Petersburg,. Florida 33733.
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
The "It Takes All Kinds" Department:
Last week a fellow called us up and asked, "Did two
men come by this week to get their picture taken with
some wild turkeys they had shot?"
We get this type call all the time, and usually it is
someone who wants to know if they can have the print
after we get through with it. We're always glad to do
this, but in this instance we had to tell the caller, "No,
nobody has been by with some wild turkeys they have shot
to get their picture taken."
"Well, if they do", the caller went on, "I want to know
who it was they shot my tame turkeys at my old
home 'place up near Blountstown."
It turned out later, we found out the caller was Billy
Cook. He, had a farm place up near Blountstown and
the house burned down. John Dady and Jerry Tuttle
were hunting on his place and ran up on these "wild"
turkeys and did what came naturally. After they brought
the "game" home they found out the turkeys were tame '
before they got around to getting their pictures taken
and naturally decided not to. As it turned out, they
paid the owner for the birds and everyone was happy-
except the turkeys.
John and Jerry kind of had their suspicions aroused
when the two turkeys galloped up to them to have their
beards tugged and their neck scratched, but thought,
"What the heck, here we are out in the woods these
turkeys just must be crazy; a fact which shouldn't spoil
the way they will taste roasted".
Probably a good test would be to ask the turkey,
next time, if he is wild or tame before you shoot.
There's probably no need telling you that I have
been taking a king-sized ribbing for even entertaining the
notion that Alabama could possibly or conceivably lose:to
Nebraska in the bowl games.
I could have avoided all that by just keeping still and
let nature take its course. But, if you never disagree with
the norm think of all the interesting conversations you
And speaking of football. didn't the Sharks do a
fine job Friday night? Jerome Ernest, sports writer for
the Panama City News-Herald let slip that things might
have been different if Eustis' star quarterback and one
of their runners hadn't 'been out due to injuries.
I don't think so. Eustis was a good team, and we fail
to see what just one or at the most two different players
would have made that much difference. Actually, it may
have been easier for the Sharks since they could concen-
trate on these people rather than be faced with the spray
pattern offense thrown at them Friday night.
After 12 long, hard games this season against some
of the-stiffest opposition in the state, nobody wants- to .be-
lieve the Sharks are as tough as they are. As a sugges-
tion, maybe some of these doubting Thomases would like
to get out on the football field and get blocked or tackled
by anyone on the Sharks' roster and see just where their
Christmas is now only nine days away and I have
made my list of things I want.
All I want for Christmas is a state championship for
the Sharks and for St. Joe Paper Company and its oper-
ating unions to come to a workable agreement but
not necessarily in that order of priority.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
BAPTIST T1L.INING UNION 6:45 PM
EVENING WORSIMP .. 7:00 PM.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ....T 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
-- THE STAR--
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo*, Fleride
By The Star Publishing Company
WxsY R. BsAM Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer. Columnist, Reporter. Pet, e
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Departnent
POSTOFIaCE Box 808 PHONI 227-3161
Poar ST. JOE, FLOMA 82456
Entered as second-claw matter. December 19, 1987, at the Poetofflee, Port St. Joe.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR. $4.00 SIX nO&. $223 THREE MOM, S2r02.30
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, 5.aO OUT OF U. 8. One Year, O$4.00
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or ommlsslona in advertisemeat the pable
So not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for mo
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word ba tboghttufl
weihed. The apen word barely asserts; the printed word thor oa
prince. The apo words lost; the printed word mrimales.
Some Fine Folks
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Colorful, useful. A welcome gift
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Ladies $2.00 Mojud
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1972,
S- whereupon, there was a motion for November 2, 1971, for the pur- 'A copy of said law, pursuant to ed by Comm. Graham and duly car- Robert B. Nations, Florida En.
SThe byWhereupomm. Graham, seconded by pose of allowing the qualified elec- which this election is called, to- tried that said request be granted. gineering Associates, Inc., report.
Mines of T e by Comm. Graiam, seconded by tors within the following describ- wit Chapter 70-696, Laws of Flor- Mr. L. Frank Graddy, Controlling ed on the progress\and priorities
Commthat the followipping and duly carried, ed area, to-wit: ida, 1970, as amended, is on file Insurance Agent for Gulf County, of the three water and sewer pro
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION that the following resoluton be That part of Range 8 West, in the office of the Clerk of Cir- notified the Board that the Civil jects, stating that of, all applica
ad RESopted: LUTION Range 9 West and Range 10 West cult Court, Gulf County, Florida, Defense Director is a deputy sher- tions under PL 660, the County's
WhereasCat in Gulf County, Florida, which and the office of the Supervisor iff due to his position; however, he projects have been assigned as fol
Whereas, Chapter 70-696, Laws i lies North of the South boundary of Elections, Gulf county, Florida. is not covered in the Sheriff's De- lows: Beacon Hill 76, White City
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA asfollows: one-half to the City of of Florida, as amended, created a ne of Township 5 South, exclud- 'All qualified electors in said apartment insurance policy. The At- 86 and Oak Grove 92; that the U
September, 1971 County Cos- the White City and Highlach to firecontroie ty, dlstoriact in Gulfolloun- ing that part of said parcel which district will be eligible to cast torney was requested to determine S. Congress has appropriated $184,
sioners of Gulf County Florida, Fire Departments of Gulf CuntyFloridan the fo -wit:ng lies within the corporate limits of their ballots in the precinct in if this employee, should be cov- 688,055.00 for all projects this year
smet toners of Gulf County, Florida, Fire Des C. Horton told the Thatpartments of Gulf County, Floda,-wit: the City of Wewahitchka; to de- which they reside and at the cus- ered in the law enforcement pol- whidh is sufficient funds to com
met this date i regular session Mr James C. Horton told te That part of Range 8 West, cide if the Fire Commisison will tomary established polling places icy. plete all projects up to and in
with the -following members pre.- Board that he owns the land be- Range 9 West and Range 10 West eup to mill within said precinct. i duding number 92. He read a let
sent: S. C. Player, Chairman; F. low the White City Fire Station; in Gulf County, Florida, whichbe authorized to levy up o % m sad rec allot shall be Basic Magnesia, Inc., notified ter from the Department of Ad
SPippin, Jr., Leo Kennedy, Wal- that because of the way the street lies North of the South boundary aton of all real assessed v 'The foon of the bal pro as fo Mark wth shall be the Board that in the future, oys- ministration, Bureau of Planning
ter Graham and Lamar Davis. Theis being paved he cannot get to line o Township 5 South, exclude eal and personal pro- as follows Mark with a Xwhe ter shell fines will cost 50c per
Clerk, Deputy Sheriff Dean, Moshis property without going across ing that part of saidparcel which perty within said area during the their you are 'For' or 'Against' this yard and reject lime will continue forming the Board that the O
hortecomiwg tax year ofs1972tandwpropositcon.,,
quito Control Supervisor, Road Su.-other private property. lies within the corporate limits of forthcoming tax year of 1972 and proposition to be free to the County. (Continued On Page 9)
perintendent, Attorney and Robert' Pursuant to invitation to receive the City of Wewahitchka; which subsequent years. An election granting the Fire
B. Nations were also present. sealed bids to sell the county one district was named the Tupelo' 2. The Supervisor of Elections is Commission of For Against the
The meeting came to order at new 1972 truck, the following bids Fire Control District, and I hereby authorized and directed to Tupelo Fire Control District the
'1:30 P M- The Attorney opened the wereeceivedand-opened: Whereas, Section 12 of said act take alnormal' procedures in pro- t mirty lvyncolle S anCIAL rOT E
meeting with prayer. 1. Franklin Motor Company, provided that the Fire Commission viding for said election.
Mr. Preston Simpson, resident of'Apalachicola, Florida offered one of Gulf County, Florida, could levy The e a sessed val ue of the real and per- TO THE PUBIC:
Dalkeith, appeared befQre the,11972 Yr Truck as per specifica- .Te Clerk and/or Supervisor sonal property, within said dis TO THE PUBLIC:
Dalketh, appeared befpresenting all citizens 1972 F tions T577 as per0 and collect up to % mill on the of Elections are hereby authorized trict." (end)
said community in requesting the 2. St. Joe Motor Company, Port dollar of all real and personal to publish the following notice as The following applications were The picket line established at the St. Joe Paper
County do something to do away St. Joe, Florida, .offered one 1972 property within said district, con- required by law: received: Magdline Flowers, Con- Company Container Division gate entrance IS NOT,
... y'do something.to.do away ditioned, however, on the fact that
with the mosquito problem in the Ford Truck as per specifications thi "Notice of Special Referendum stance Kirkland and Maury Hun- in any way, intended to interfere with employees of
Butler Bay area of Dalkeith. He $5,417.00 the qualified elects within saier, Election Noticeis hereby given ley Littleton the St. Joe Paper Company Contained 'Division (Pulp
told that the Mosquito Control De- Whereupon, there was a motion district, conditioned however, on that a special election will be heldI The State Senate Committee on J C n nnn (u
artment sras this area one and'by C m. Pippin, seconded by th fact that thequalified electors on November 2, 1971, for the pur- Transportation notified the Board and Sulphite Local Union No. 740).
....pyhaeawithin said district approved said pose of ascertaining if the quall- Tatsaid Cotee w re or
two times each week; however, this Comm. Kennedy and unanimously levy by a majority vote of the fled e ectrswtini i the follquawin that said Committee will review or
spraying has not helped because carried, that the County purchase qualified electors te in said field electors withinthe following the county's maintenance program
of the massive breeding places in the truck offered by St. Joe Motor ified electors o voe in saiarea of Gulf County, Florida, to- of the secondary road program Employees of Basic Magnesia (Allied Technical Work-
this. area. He said this area must Company $5,417.00, plus the 1959 election, and wit: That part of Range 8 West, some tie in the future. The chair- ers Local Union No. 14963-District 50).
be drained to eliminate this pro- 1% ton Ford truck as a trade-in as Whereas numerous people with- Range 9 West and Range 10 Westman requested the clerk to notify
blem. He said that the property advertised. in aid district have requested in Gulf County, Florida which lies said committee that an appoint- This picket line is intended for the St. Joe Paper
owners will give the necessary Pursuant to advertisement to that an election be called for the North of the South boundary line ment should be made with the Company ONLY.
easements to establish a drainage sell one 35 H.P. Evinrude outboard purpose of ascertaining if the of Township 5 South, excluding road Superintendent for this pur-
lroject for this area. The Board motor, the following bids were re- electors within said district would that part of said parcel which lies pose.
said it has been attempting to se- ceived: approve such levy, and within the corporate limits of the PAI
cure easements for this project, 2. Otis E. Kirkland------51.02 Whereas, the Supervisor of Elec- -Cty 'of Wewahitchka desire to Honorable W. L. Fitzpatrick, LOCA 379 United Papermakers and Paperworkers
but has been unable to get them; to J. J. St. Clair at $151.00. tions has advised the Board of grant to the Fire Commission with- Circuit Judge, notified the Board
that this project will be placed on Upon motion by Comm. Graham, County Commissioners of Gulf in said district the authority to that he has appointed Victor P. Za- LODGE NO. 1437 I.A.M. (Machinists) Union
the work program as soon as the seconded by Comm. Pippin and County, Florida, that November 2, 'levy and collect, up to % mill per remba as his secretary as of Au-
easements are secured. carried, the County sold this motor 1971, will be an appropriate time annum on the assessed value of gust 1, 1971, and requested that LOCAL NO. 875 I.B.E.W. Electrical Workers Union
Mr. James C. Horton told the to J. J. St. Clair $151.00. for holding said election, all real and personal property with- his salary begin on August 1, 1971,
Board that the elevation of the Pursuant to advertisement to re- Now, therefore, be it resolved as in said district; said levy and col- at the same rate as provided in All of Port St. Joe, Florida
street at the White City Fire House ceive sealed bids to sell the County follows: election being for the tax year 1972 the budget. Whereupon, there was
is being raised from 12 to 18 inches two 110 Watt Mobile Radios, the 1. An election is hereby called and subsequent years. a motion by Comm. Pippin, second-
which will also require the drive- following bids were received:
way to the fire: station be raised 1. Motorola offered 2 110 Watt
porportionately. Whereupon, there MOTRAC units $1,920.00, and 2 1
was a motion by Comm. Graham, 110 Watt MICRO units $2,100.00. .
request the Department of Trans:I motion by Comm. Graham, second-
portation to add the paving of this ed by Comm. Pippin to purchase S h
driveway to the contract. the 2 MOTRAC units $1,920.00. MO R E
Mr. Horton then asked when theUpon, vote the following voted:
fire truck could be repaired as AYE Graham, Pippin, Davis and IY D L
heretofore. requested. The Road the Chairman. NAY Kennedy.
Superintendent said his depart- The Clerk informed the Board I 1L D a
ment will check the truck today that advertisements were publish- .....
to ascertain what parts are needed; ed to receive bids to sell the coun- 30" ELECTRIC
that the parts will be ordered and ty one crawler type tractor for the 30 EECTRIC Free Delivery Within 100 Mile Radius
the truck repaired within a week. Mosquito Control Department; that
Mr. Horton asked why the Coun- the Supervisor has received a let- W testing ouse h
ty Commissioners requested that ter from the Bureau of Entomology W e stinghouse
the Fire House be locked at all stating that said Department has .
times when not in use. The answer not approved the specifications as
was that this was County equip- advertised and that State funds
ment; that gasoline from the truck could not be used if the tractor R "N
had been stolen and other items was purchased without prior ap- **i e.***
from the truck missing; that on proval, by said Department. After
one occasion during a fire, the consideration, the Board ordered
truck would not run because the all bids rejected and returned to
gasoline tank was empty. After the bidders unopened.
discussion, the Fire Department re- The Board directed the Clerk to
quested that said order to lock carry over all funds that would te s s
the fire house be lifted. The Board have been used for the purchase
granted this request. of the tractor to the 1971-72 budget Covered with durable Formica tops
Whereupon, there was a motion and to make the necessary budget Choice of oak, maple or white
by Comm. Graham, seconded by amendments or supplemental bud-
Comm. Kennedy and unanimously get at such time said equipment is 18" Portable C5 90 0
carried, that the first $400.00 re- purchased. A A TV Christmas
ceived from the 1971 tax roll for The Board having requested a SYLVANIA TV Priced.
the St. Joseph Fire Control Dis- date to hold a special referendum"
trict be paid to the White City Fire election with reference to the Tu- with Stand
Department as a refund for the pelo Fire District, the Supervisor
amount said .Department paid for of Elections notified the Commis-
the fire station property and that sion that it was agreeable to hold
the balance to be disbursed be paid, said election on November 2, 1971. $ 1 6 9 .0 0
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THE STAR, Port St. Jo, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1972
A new course on "Environmen-
tal Resources" will be among the
course offered by Gulf Coast Com-
munity College as it begins its
spring semester Monday, Jan. 3,
1972, it was announced this week.
The course, Geography 120, is
a' study of man and his role as
producer, consumer, and manipu-
centers'throughout the state have
-provided much of the background
... information for these articles and
without their total support the job
'The article htis week is off;the real pleasure to be able to supply would have been a difficult one to
subject of ornamental horticulture you with gardening tips which say the least. My special thanks are
but is certainly one 6f the ;more should make- your. growing of due all of these individuals.
enjoyable opportunities I have had plants easier and more enjoyable. I also deeply appreciate the as-
this year. I would, welcome your comments distance of our secretaries who
I would like to devote this, weeks on'-suitable topics at any time. So, have to decipher my scribbling
space to some "thank yoU's" to the I extend my sincere thanks to you and get the articles in a form suit-
ananyt people who have made in- All. Keep reading and if yQu enjoy able for release. Also, thanks to
valuable inputs into these releases. the articles let your newspapers the Editorial Department for print-
First of all; thanks to the many know. Tey deserve your thanks ing and mailing- each and every
lorida gardeners who read and for without them we could never week '
hopefully benefit from the "Gar- get the information to so wide an The. list of people who make
denying in Florida" series. Many of audience.- these articles possible could be
the' articles let your 'newspapers '.The faculty of the Ornamental expanded indefinitely: All I can
from requests yo-ipeople have sent Ilorticulture Department, Univer-' say is thanks to all of you and even
in. Hopefully answers to' your sity 'of Florida and the many though it's not too original --- Have
questions havemade some of the scientists in other departments a Very Merry Christmas and a Re-
iost Informative articles. It is a and: at the research and education I warding; New Yeair!
by SHANNON SMITH
Home Grounds Specialist
Tdniversitv of Florida
People are sometimes puzzled a-
bout the social security lump-sum'
death benefit because it isn't clear
to them who gets it 'and why' the
amount can vary, according to Da-
vid Robinson, Social Security Field
Representative for Gulf County.
"The death payment is usually
made to the widow or widower of
a deceased worker who was insur-
ed tinder social, security," Robin-
son said. "But if there is no widow
or widoWer who was living in the
same household with the worker
at the time of death, the payment
CHISTMAS AT CARP~SSBII^^^
^MMAN THEf^ LAES IIN
may be made; under certain condi-
tions, directly to the funeral home
or to the person who paid the fun-
The amount of the social securi-
ty death benefit' is three times
what the deceased worker would
have received as a monthly retire-
ment benefit at 65 with a maxi-
mum of $225, Robinson said. The
amount can vary from $211.20
$225. The average is about $242,
"The death payment is paid,only
when a worker who' was insured
under social security dies," Robin-
son .said. "It isn't payable if a de-
pendent of an insured worker dies-
unless the dependent himself had
worked long enough under social
security to be insured on his own
"If someone in your family dies,
be sure ,to check with the Pananqa
City social security office, for in-
formation about the death payment
as well as for information on sur-
vivors benefits," Robinson said.
The office is located at 1316 Har-
rison Ave., Panama City. Residents
of this area should dial "0" and
ask for WX-4444.
al Spanish", which will be offered day, Jan. 3, while evening college
on Tuesday evenings, registration will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Both courses are designed for that same day. Day college stu-
4tudents wishing an introduction dents will register on Tuesday and
to the spoken language. The Wednesday and regular classes be-
French course will be taught by gin Thursday, Jan. 6.
Mrs. Sandra Preston and the Span- Persons interested in enrolling
ish course by Fay Askew. for the spring semester should
Advising and testing for new stu- contact college officials for further
dents, will begin at 8 a.m., Mon- infromation.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
DR. EDWARD R. SCRUGGS, Interim Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 11:00.
, TRAINING UNION 5:30
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE -.......-. 6:30
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30
S "Come and Worship God With Us"
FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Interseetioa Monument and Constitution
S. REV. R. MILLARD SPIKES, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ..-----...----...-.. 5:45 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Survives"
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telephone., If you have any question about fun-
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free to ask us, and we will attempt to answer each
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lator of environmental resources. of geography, from 6:30 to 9:15
Special emphasis will be placed on p.m. on Tuesday evenings.
man's present and projected fu-,
ma'sre utilizastion of soil, water, ve- ITwo other courses long popular
getation, wildlife, and/the atmos- with students and citizens alike
phere.t scheduled for the spring semester
Stressing both the ecological are French 100, "Basic Conversa-
and the economic point of veiw, tional French", which will be of-
the course will be tuaght by Char-, fered on Wednesday evenings, and
les Robertson, assistant professor Spanish 100, "Basic Conversation-
Social Security Payment Made to
Survivors of Deceased In Lump Sum
New Course On Environment Being Offered At Gulf Coast
Y' I 'r I rll II I 1
** fU! 1 -TESAPr Y. t. 25 hRDY EEBRI,17
Captain Loveft Awarded Silver Wings
S VALDOSTA, Ga. Captain John
H. Lovett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel
The Port Sat...Joe Kiwanis Club B. Lovett of 1604 Monument Ave.,
still has a few Claxton fruitcakes Port St. Joe, has been awarded
still has a few hClaxton fruit cakes H his silver wings at Moody AFB ,
for sale before the Chiistmas sea- his silver wings at Moody AFB,
son, according to, club president Ga., upon graduation from U. S.
Waltes Dodgon. l Air Force pilot training.
r o n Captain Lovett will remain at
"We have had a terrific demand Moody for further training.
for- these delicious fruit cakes in He attended Port St. Joe High
the-many years we have sold them" School and received his B. S. de-
Dodson said, "and we expect to sell gree in chemistry in- 1965 from the
out again this year." Univeristy of Florida and was com-
Dodson pointed out that all pro- missioned in 1966 upon completion
fits from the fruit cake sale go of Officer Training School at Lack-
to keep a Port St. Joe student in land AFB, Tex.
college or to send deserving stu- Captain and Mrs. Lovett, the
dents who don't haee the money h former Penelope Webb, have a
to go. c CARD son, Van Dykes, 3 months.
CARD OF THANKS
The 'three pound cakes, are on
sale by all Kiwanis Club members We wish to thank the many peo- -
at $3.25 each in a choice'of light ple who wereso.kind and thought- Hospital- Auxiliary
or dark. The cakes can also be ob- ful to us last week at the tragic Names Friday Workers
tained at Smith's Pharmacy, Sears accident which -occurred. to our
Catalog Sales and, the Florida Na- son, James Gilbert. Workers for'bhe Hospita Auxil-
tionl Bank at Port St. Je.We especially wish to thank the iary Thrift Shop for Friay De-
Sin".many men who searched for him W. DSykes and Mrs. Richard Por.
CARD OF THANKS and for those who sent flowers W. D. ykes ad Mrs. Richard Por-
I wish to thank each and every and performed many acts of kind- ter.
one who was so kind and thought- ness during our bereavement IThe Thrift. a Shp. Fridlly be closed
ful during my two week stay in MR. and MRS. JAMES GILBERT 24Christas Eve, Friday, December
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. 2-4.-- .... .
I appreciated thebeautiful flow- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
ers, cards, visits and many pray- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walker of Gaskins Issue invite to
ers. It is wonderful to know that Grove Hill, Ala., announce the Open House 'Reception
I still live in a country where one birth of twin daughters, Thursday,
has yet some compassion for his December 9 at Thomasville, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gaskin
fellow man. The girls were named Michele Lee of Wewahitchka, are having open
May God bless you. and Melissa B. Mrs. Walker is the house in their new home next
SHIRLEY HOBBS former Cecelea Boone. Tuesday evening, beginning-at 6:30
The Gaskips invite all their
friends to come visit them in their
In memory of our daddy and
husband, L, D, Griffin, who was
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Many wonderful gifts!
a nevotect tater ana us ana.,
God decided one night he need-
ed our man as one of His angels
and took Him away. but only be-
cause He needed him; not because
He had something against us.
We still love-our father and hus-
band and are going to church and
trying to be good so one day we'll
see him again up in Heaven.
KENNY, MISSY and JEFF
and MRS. L. D. GRIFFIN
Debbie Hattaway pours a cup of punch for
Miss Shirley Cantley, right, at a shower given for
Miss, .Cantley December
Miss Judith Stone.
'7. Looking o is,
Shower Fetes Miss Cantley
Miss Shirley Kaye Cantley,
bride-elect, was honored with a
bridal shower in the .social hall
of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church last Tuesday evening.
Hostesses for, the event were
Mrs. Herman Barbee, Irs. K. K.
Bateman, Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs.
W. P. Dpckery, Mrs. A. P. Jack-
son, MrS1 Phillip Lewis, Mrs. J.
0. Lucas, Mrs. Thelma Marshall,
Mrs. J: E. McKenzie, Mrs. W..D.'
Sykes and Mrs. Keith Ward.
Miss Cantley will become the
bride of William Howard Ram-
sey Saturday, December 18 at
5:30 p.m. in the Long Avenue
MRS. I. F. CANTLEY, Jr.
Miss Emma Ruth Davis and
Robert Franklin Cantley,. Jr.,
were united in marriage bn De-
cember 10 in Bainbridge, Ga.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buirl Davis
of Wewahitchka and the groom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Franklin Cantley, Sr., of
Port St. Joe.
"Midget Investments With
WEBB'S Pre Inventory CLEARANCE SALE!
We have many items ori which we have taken price reductions to sell, them before inventory on December 27th.
Reductions up to 50% on some items (even more on other;). Also, most fall and winter merchandise has already,
been reduced for Clearance. Some SEE. Come SAVE! Now. BEFORE CHRISTMAS. Listed are a few repre-
sentative samples of the SAVINGS. Not all items will b- available in all WEBB stores. Check the Bargain Tables.
Approx. 12" Tall. Orig. $12.95
Old World Soldier Statue
Reduced to clear at ..........
1IG Orig. $5.95
Eagle or Owl Novelty
Reduced to clear at .......---
Flocked Spanish Bull
Orig. $1.00. Reduced to clear VU0U
Approx. 12" Tall. Orig. $7.88
Reduced to clear at .......... ----
Assorted. Orig. $7.88
Spanish Wood Novelties $3
Reduced to clear at --.......... S 96
Square or Oblong. Orig. $2,49
Reduced to clear at --.........-
Formica Tops, Walnut Legs. Reg. $16.99 set
or $5.88 each. $3.99 each
3-pc. Stack Table Set 07
Reduced to clear at .... Set II
9 bottle capacity. Reg. $11.88
Spanish Wine Rack .. A
Reduced to clear at .........- .3
3 roll 30" packages -
40" continuous rolls
Reg. 98c and .99c
6 FT. PINE
SADIES PANT SUITS CHRISTMAS DECORATION
Ornlly to $799I Reg. $1.88 3 Lite $1.67
Originally $14.99 to $17.99 CANDOLIER $1.67
R 96c d Reg. $2.33 5 Lite 97
Reduced CANDOLIER $2.97
o Clear!. Reg. $3.19 8 Lite 2.96
SKIT TLE P OL
Reg. 18.88 | OL
SALE $11 96F
ALL ONE DESIGN TO BOX
ASSORTED DESIGNS TO BOX
Reg. 1.50 Box
SALE PRICE ..------- $1. 17 I
Electric Football Game $
by Tudor. Reg. 8.99 -..........
Hoppity Hiop Ball or
Hoppity Horse. Reg. 6.92 -- $417
42 Plus Dg 77
Reg. 23.88 31837
23" Plush Gorilla
Reg. 11.88 .96W
Reg. 3.62 236
Lunar Jet Target Game $ 488
by Daisy. Reg. 6.21 ........ 4
Reg. 6.33 O.vO
Speed-ee Mini Bike $1096
Reg. 12.88 O U.g
Dune Buggy Pedal Car A&4
Ref. 12.99 @1U.96
Frixie Trike A
Reg. 10.88 $v.76
Town & Country Doll House A
Reg. 8.27 09.96
Automatic Electric Toy $2 96
Vacuum Cleaner. Reg. 4.93 A
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Mrs. Maddox Hosts Finishes Basic Training 'Receives Commission
Sorority Meeting FT. KNOX, KY.-Army Private PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AHTNC)
Richard A. Anderson, 20, son of Major Dorothy M. Mount, daughter
Mrs. Flo Maddox was hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Hersel L.- Anderson, of Ira L. Mount, Sr., 191 Avenue
the December 6 meeting of Xi Ep- Port St. Joe, recently completed D., Port St. Joe, recently received
silon Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma eight weeks of basic training at a regular Army Commission at
Phi at the Florida Power Lounge. the V, S. Army training center, l1rexel University, Philadelphia,
I armor, Ft, Knox, Ky, 'Pa. Prior to receiving the commis-
During the short business meet- rI sion, she was a Reserve Officer on
ing, Mrs. Elva Jones gave final. He received instruction in drill active duty. ... -
plans for the Christmas social at and ceremonies, weapons, map
I her home on December 21. Beta reading, combat tactics, military Maj. Mount is assigned to the
Buddy gifts will be exchanged dur- courtesy, military justice, first aid student detachment, 1st. Army, Ft.
ing the social. Mrs. Janice Johnson and army history and traditions. Meade, with duty at Drexel Uni-
presented an interesting .program Pvt. Anderson attended Port St.: versity.
on "Modern Furniture". | Joe High School. His wife, Debra, She received her Bachelor of
After the closing ritual, a social lives at 1601 Marvin Ave., Port St. Science Degree from Florida A.
hour was enjoyed by all. Joe. and M. University, Tallahassee.
All Artemis and
Red Goose Young Doll
BOYS' and GIRL'S SHOES -------- OFF
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: ;I STAR, pCt sr. joe Pla. 32454 THURSDAY, DEcEmBEW 1r4 197
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1972
Story Hour Friday
At Local library
The Port St. Joe Branch li-
brary will sponsor a special
Holiday StOry Hour on Friday,
December 17, starting at 4:00
p.m. This vill be for Kindergar-
t n throu h thirdga drlAd aP
In Last Phase
Tallahassee Florida Sports-
men will open the third phase of
the 1971-72 dove hunting season on
Saturday, December 18. Hunting
will be allowed frnm 1.2:00 noon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 71-97
day of December, 1971, the follow-
ing described property, in Gulf
County, as set forth in said Final
Lot 5, Block 1018, City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, according to an
official plat thereof on file in
the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Gulf County. -
Dated this 10th day of Decem-
." urn 'v u unti au ages w untet tu-hrvugh Ja nuu 1 TOMMY THOMAS CHEVROLET, her, 1971.
oildren. until sunset through January 10.INC., a corporation, GEORGE Y. CORE
The story hour will last one INC., a GEORGE Y. CORE
hour, followed by refreshments, According to the Game and Plaintiff, Clerk of Circuit Court
ordi to Mr Jea f sFresh Water Fish Commission this -vs- (SEAL) It
crding to Mrs. Jean Faliski, is the final'phase of the dove hunt. NAPOLEAN HILL and COLORA -....
librarian. ing season. The bag limit for the' DO HILL, husband and wife, SMALL CLAIMS COURT,'
/ third phase season will remain at Defendants. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Christmas Play 12 doves per day. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE MERIT LOAN COMPANY,
FORECLOSURE SALE Plaintiff,
Set by.Church Tallahassee Florida hunters TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; -vs--
are reminded that the season for Notice is hereby given pursuant RUTH DAVIS BRITT,
A Christmas play, entitled, "Dust hunting deer and turkey was ex- to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure Defendant
On the Christmas Star" will be tended by the Game and Fresh dated the 9th day of December, NOTICE OF SALE
'presented Sunday night at 7:00 Water Fish* Commission. 1971, and entered in Case No. 71-, Notice is hereby diven that I, B.
p.m. bythe Highland View As.- 97 ok the Circuit Court of the Four- E. Parker, Sheriff of Gulf County,
sebly of God Chur The original season, as printed in teenth Judicial Circuit, in and for Florida, under and by virtue of a
Sister Jean Shoot pastor of the summary of hunting rules, was Gulf County, Florida, in the above Writ of Execution heretofore is-
ch h, pastorof the sc heduled to close on January 2. styled cause, I will sell to the sued out of the above entitled
the .cub. iuto atten v the program. The hunting extension which al- highest and best bidder for cash Court, in the above entitled cause,
Th. churcbl is locAte on Thira lowsan additional 7 days of deer at the front door of the Gulf having levied upon .the following
Stt inHighland ewd and turkey does nt apply to the County Courthouse in Port St. Joe, personal property, situate, lying
Northwest region, but will extend Florida, at -11:0 a.m., on the 29th and being in Gulf County, Florida,
CLASSIFIEb ADS the deer hunting season through-' -
Midg~t inv wish out the balance of,Florida through
lntR January 9 -Say You Saw It in The Star--
New Police Patrol Car Delivered
The City of Port St. Joe received delivery .of were Patrolman James Graves, Commissioner
a new police patrol car last week. In the photo Bob Fox, Patrolman Dan Register and Patrolman
above City Clerk Charles Brock and Mayor Frank Robert Wilson. Where's the car? It's back there
Pate turn the keys to the car over to Police Chief somewhere.
H. W. Griffin. Also present for the 'occasion -Star photo
to-wit: perty: BRENDA H. MANN, wife.
One 1966 Chevelle Chevrolet, Lots 20 and 22, Block 1010, Unit NOTICE OF SUIT
ID No. 131696A131551, Title No. No. 2, Millview Addition to the TO: James K. Mann
1946465, Tag No. Fla. 66-265, City of Port St. Joe, Florida, ac-
as the property of the above named City of Port St. Joe, Florida, ac- c/o Jerry M. Forehand
Defendant, and that on the 17th cording tothe plat thereof on 1512 Cherokee Drive
Defenday anudtary172nbtweethe i file in the office of the" Clerk West Columbia, South
day of January, 1972, between the of Circuit Court, Gulf County, West Columbia, South
legal hours of sale, namely, 11:00 Florida. Carolina 29169
o'clock in the forenoon and 2:00 shall be sold at public outcry to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
o'clockday, at the front doon, onf the Court the highest and best bidder for that an action for dissolution of
day, at the front door of the Courtcash at the west door of the Gulf marriage has been filed against
House in Port St. Joe, Gulf County,, County Courthouse of Port St. Joe, you and you are required to serve
l to the highest biddoffer for c sale and sh, Florida, on the 28th day of De- a copy of your written defenses,
snll to th highest bidder for cashcember, 1971, at 11:00 .o'clock if any, to it on Robert M. Moore,
in hand, the above described pro- A.M., EST, pursuant to a Final 321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
perty, as the property of the said Judgment of Foreclosure entered Florida, and file the original with
Defendant, -to satisfy said execu-by the Circuit Court of and for Ithe Clerk of the above styled Court
'the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of on or before January 14th, 1972,
BYRD E. PARKER 12-16 Florida, in and for Gulf County on otherwise, a Judgment may be en-
Sheriff, 4t November 30, 1971. Said sale shall tered against you for the relief
Gulf County, Florida be conducted by George Y. Core, demanded in the Petition.
Circuit Court Clerk, Gulf County, WITNESS my hand and the seal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Florida. of said Court on this the 9th day
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL' Dated this the 13th day of De- of December, 1971.
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE ember, 1971.
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR cemer, 197 GEORGE Y. CORE
GULF COUNTY. GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk of Circuit Court
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL Clerk of Cricuit Court It (SEAL) 4t-12-16
BANK at PORT ST. JOE,
JACK JIMISON and wife, ALICE
NOTICE OF SALE IN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the following described pro-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
RE: The marriage of
JAMES K. MANN, husband,
. Stand Tall
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certain additional equipment and the Board take steps to assure the
County tCommission Minutesp ioi.a eequrmahnt a n id e Bod t.ese po fauxi surp toer need to begin the roofing work at said that the City must first settle ed, the funds for said tractor must
County Commission Minutes personne Com.r Graham said CiilDefenseofeauxili
(C iu rmPage4 ContrlOficeadshp that the Road Superintendent is in case of a power failure during o c h o in W.ht ,.h ight of way problem that now nnow be carried forward in order
(Cntinued from Page 4) Control Office and shop notified already loaded with his work pro- an emergency. He said that it is ka. The Chairman said that the seems to exist at one point on this that the tractor may be purchase
Grove project is in accord with the Board that he has stopped all gram; therefore, he suggested put- important to secure a copy of the Board has heretofore approved this street, due to the fact this has from the 1971-72 budget. Where
State plans, projects, programs work because he has found some ting the secondary maintenance schematics for the radio system. work and requested Comm. Davis been in litigation and has not been upon, the Board unanimously ap-
and objectives, which complies bad soil; that extra steel would be program under the mosquito con- Comm. Pippin informed the .and the Mosquito Control Supervi- settled. ove the970-71 budget and di-
%vith the guidelines of the U. S. required in the foundation trol supervisor. Comm. Pippin sta. Board that beginning October 1,1 sor to supervise it to completion. Comm. Kennedy told the Board fome the Clerk to make the ne-
Office of Management and Budget either the plans be changed to use ted that he has been considering 1971, the Road Department book- Comm. Davis informed the Board thht he wanted to see the County rected the Clerk to makendmen the neo-
Circular A-95 Mr. Nations filed a pilings; that the contractor will such a proposal. Comm. Davis said keeper must spend all of his time that Charles Cleckley is request- and the School Board join in a cessary
copy of the blue prints for the Oak furnish the extra labor and mater- that he could not agree to divide in the office; therefore, someone ing the County to move the dirt project to utilize the Washington w :
Grove project,: which was discus- ial for $2,052.00. Upon motion by the road department work. else must do the messenger and that came out of his fish pond or School facilities for some sort of 1971-72 Budget General Fund.
Upd at length. The total estimated C o mm. Graham, seconded by: Comm. Pippin asked if the Coun- pick-up work. I to cover the pond with it. The pilot project for the handicapped a/c No. *75 (County) as adopt-
cost being $178,809.50. Whereupon, Comm. Kennedy and carried, the ty owned the Billy Batson road. Comm. Pippin told the Board Board said it has another year to 'people of our state. ed $70,000.00, plus carry over of
there was a motion by Comm. Gra. Board authorized this addition. ,The road superintendent said that that the Main Street drainage is remove this dirt according ,to the The Mosquito Control Supervisor $11,647.46. Total. $81,47.46. a/c
ham, seconded by Comm. Kennedy The Board discussed the addi- he maintains the road from SR 71 not moving the water as it was easement. informed the Board that his 1970- No. 75 (State) as. adopted $36,
and unanimously carried, that thetional work that will be required to th first turn. Comm. Pippin designed to do; that water is not Comm. Kennedy told the Board 71 budget required certain amend- 85 plus additional receipts of
plans and an application for a 16an 'when the County Road Department'said that many people are com- moving off one section and that'that the City of Wewahitchka is ments and that his 1971-72 budget $6,650.00 and carry-ver of $17,
and grant for the Oak Grove sys- takes over the maintenance of the plaining -because the landowners something must be done to correct requesting the County to pave also requires amendments; that be- 842.21. Total $61,342.21.
tem be filed with F.H.A. Secondary Roads. It was agreed are fencing this and other roads. this. Pine Street using whatever right cause the tractor was not purchase. There being no further business,
The architect for the Mosquito that maintenance would require Comm. Pippin suggested that Comm. Pippin discussed the of way that is available. The Board ed in the 1970-71 budget as plann- the meeting adjourned.
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Saturday, Dec. 18, 1971 In The Following Store-*
- LIST STORE ADDRESS HERE -
BID NO. 123
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
invites bids on the following des-
cribed garbage containers: Six (6)
one (1) yard: fifteen (15) four (4)
yard rear load garbage containers
with the following specifications.
1. Adaptable .to Heil and Cobey
rear loading garbage trucks.
2. Minimum 12 gauge steel on
one yard containers, and 10 gauge
steel on four yard containers.
3. Minimum 2" x 6" casters: Two
swivel and two fixed: minimum
600 lbs. on one yard and 800 lbs.
on four yard containers.
4. Minimum paint--2 coats hea-
vy zinc chromate primer followed
by weatherized final coat of ma-
chine enamel or equal. Color, yel-
All prices quoted F.O.B. Port
St. Joe, Florida. The City reserves
the right to accept or reject any
or all bids. Bids must be itemized
and totaled, and submitted to the
City Clerk's office, P. 0. Box "A",
Port St. Joe, Florida, 32456, no
later than 5:00 p.m.. EST, Decem-
ber 21, 1971. Bid opening will be
at the regular City Commission
meeting, 8:00 p.m., EST, Decem-
ber 21, 1971, in Municipal Build-
ing, Port St. Joe, Florida. Esti-
mated delivery date is requested.
C. W. BROCK 12-9
City Auditor and Clerk 2t
Midget Inveatments That Y eld
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
There's A Lot
"Know Your Ducks" was the ti-
tle of a film shown to the Rotary
Club last Thursday by Bill Sim-
mons. The film, put out by the
wildlife service showed quick easy
ways to recognize species and sex
of ducks for selective shooting.
Another short film was shown
by Simmons showing some of the
unusual and abundant wildlife
making its home at the Wakulla
Springs Wildlife Sanctuary of Ed-
ward Ball. The area abounds in
deer and turkey as well as many
other species of wildlife. The prize
tenant of the Sanctuary is the
Limkin, a very rare bird which is
all but extinct other than in the
Sanctuary where they thrive.
Guests of the club were Jack
Peeples of Jacksonville and Bill
Ebersole of Rome, Ga.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL
BANK at PORT ST. JOE,
S --vs- "-" :- '
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: John Walstrum
516 Glenwood Avenue.
Baltimore ,Maryland 21212
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for damages has
been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
ROBERT M. MOORE, Plaintiff's
IAttorney, whose address is 321
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
on or before January 7, 1972, and
file the original with the Clerk of'
this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immed-
iately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this the third
day of December, 1971.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Circuit Court Clerk
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JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
SJ. R taking three points this week. B. Sunland Training Center Recreation
B Wo ling 2 QE' 2"518. Troy Gay and Leon Pollockegislature
shared top honors for Shirt and reaA
t t Trophy with a 479 each.
Lanes 3 and 4 had Roche's Fur- Sunland Training Center's rec- be of tremendous value in meeti
** niture taking all four points from reaction park stands a good chance this problem".
13 Mile Oyster Co., with Jerry to get off the ground soon, accord- Guests of the club were Ju
S\ Colvin leading Roche's with a 523. ing to Charlie Davis, who spoke to Schwiekert and Vicki Bass, K
Robert Montgomery's 478 was the the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club on ettes at Port St. Joe High Scho
/ biggest for 13 .Mile Oyster. Tuesday. "
Basic Magnesia took three points Davis said. the facility has deed
Wednesday Night Ladiues agi e Kirkland had a 467 series for from Campbell's Drugs on lanes 5 to 98 acres on St. Joseph Peninsu-
Florida Bank won three of fo T Shirt and Trophy. Bertha Clayton and 6. Johnnie Linton led Basic la adjoining St. Joseph State Park K I T C E N
games from Williams Alley Kats had a 397 series to lead Comfort- with a 540 total and Bo Bouington and received an initial appropria-
last Wednesday. This enables her's. added a 519. R. B. Richardson's n the last session C H A T T ER
the bankers to take over firsti Sears and St. Joe Stevedores did 517 led Campbell's Drugs. tion of he Legislature. The park will
place 'in the league. 'Christine not bowl this week due to illness. Marvin's TV took all four points the Legislature. The ashore fun by Florida Power Corp.
Lightfoot was high for the Baik Standings W L from St. Joe Lanes by forfeit. Mar- provide summer-time or a swer orpn
with a big 221 game and a 510 ser-, Florida Bank ---- 31 17 vin Shemfissel turned in a 525 f o State Hospitlas. For these two recipes-Poto
ies. Norma Hobbs rolled a 425 St. Joe Kraft------- 29% 18% while Jimmy Costin added a 520 i went on to say that the Casserole and Banana Tea Loat
series to lead the Kats. I St. Joe Furniture.------ 29h 18% series and a 246 game. j Davis went on to say that the Casserole and Banana Tea Loaf
series to lead the Kats. St. Joe Furniture won three 18 seWilliams Alley Kats 27 20 Stand a 246 game. local committee, pushing the pro- you blender will assure succe
St. Joe Furniture won three Williams Alley Kats- 27% 20% Standings ject, has become interested in try- These are quick, ealy to prep
games from St. Joe Kraft. Opal St. Joe Stevedores .- 26% 17% Shirt and Trophy ----- 37 19 ect, h as become interested in try- These are quick, delightful. Wo
Howard had a .438 series to lead Shirt and Trophy -- 26 22 Roche Furniture --------34 22 ing to get a small plot on the recipes that are delightful. Wo
the Furniture team. Brenda Ma- Comforter's -- -- 17 31 .Marvin's TV 30 26 site set aside for use by Alcoholics you try them today?
theshad a 187 game and Evelyn Sears No. 2----------0 44 Richard's Raiders------30 26Anonymous to construct a club- GRATED POTATO CASSEROL
Smith a 482 series for the Kraf- Campbell's, Drugs ------25 31.house and center for AA work in 1 cup milk
ties. Gulf County Men'sLeague St. Joe Lanes---------24 281 tragic problems",This Dav is ne of our most 3 eggs
Shirt and Trophy took three Richard's Raiders knocked off Basic Magnesia .------- 21 34 tragic problems", -Davis said, "and 1 tsp. salt
games from Comforter. Connie first place Shirt and Trophy by 13 Mile Oyster Co. ------18 341 we feel such center as this would, 1/8 tsp. pepper
1 cup cubed cneddar cheese
2 tbsp. soft butter or margarine
% green pepper, seeded and cut
1- small onion, quartered
4. medium potatoes, pared and
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
'Grease 1% quart casserole. Put all
ingredients in blender container in
order listed; cover and run on high
just until all the potatoes go thru
the blades (do not overblend). Pour
into. a casserole, 13 x 9 ihch, and
Proud of Her 8-Pound Red Fish
The Red Fish may not bite for you, but they bit for Ruth
Beverly on Monday of this week. She caught this big eight pounder
at Cape San Blas; Monday morning. -Star photo
bake for 1 hour. Serves 6. 'tions for presenting the facts of
BANANA TEA LOAF D Air Force career opportunities to
1% cups sifted flour Sgt. David Carter young men and women.
% teaspoon baking soda Completes Sergeant Carter, who has corn-
1% teaspoons cream of tartar CompletesColeted1 months duty in Vietnam,
% teaspoon salt is s a 1965 graduate of H. T. Single-
2 eggs SAlN ANTONIO-Staff Sergeant ton High School, Morgan, Ga.
% cup soft butter or shortening David Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs., .. is t d
2 small ripe bananas, sliced John Carter of Leary, Ga., has com- His wife
Sift together into a mixing bowl recruiter course at Lackland AFB, of :154 Avue B, Port St. Joe,
the flour, baking soda, cream of Texas.' ..... -
tartar, and salt. Put two eggs in- Sergeant Carter, will be an offi- AWARDED LETTER IN
to the blender container and add cial Air Force recruiter at College SOCCER AT MARION INSTITUTE
butter, bananas and sugar. Cover Park, Ga. He was picked for the -
and process on high for 20 sec- special course and recruiting duty George jAichors, Jr., son of Mr.
onds. Pour over the dry ingredients as a volunteer with an outstanding, and Mrs. George Anchors, Sr., 1320
and mix just to combine. military record. Woodward Avenue was recently
T,- s er "ent. .. .I awarded a-n athletic letter for his
Turn into a greased loaf pan and The sergeant was trained in participation onthe soccer team
bake .in. pre5 areas of study, including the Air participation on the soccer team
bake in a preheated 250 degree Force job classification system, of Marion Institute, Marion, Ala.
oven for about 45 minutes, Makes testing procedures and community George was* one of 25 members
one loaf, 8 x 4 inches,. relations to broaden his qualifica- of the Marion college squad.
Pore Boy's Corner
IN UPTOWN HIGHLAND VIEW
OPEN SUNDAY 10;00 A.M. to '7:00 P.M.
Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Dec. 16, 17, 18
6 BOTTLE CARTON Plus Tax and Bottles
With $10.00 Order or More White
SUGAR ----- 51b. bag 49c POTATOES -- 10 Ibs. 49c
Fresh No. 303 Cans Argo
CABBAGE -------- lb. lOc Sweet PEAS-- 5 cans 99c
Golden Ripe Whole Kernel or Cream Style
BANANAS --------lb. 10c Del Monte Corn
2 Pound Bag No. 2 Can Sliced 9 C
Yellow ONIONS -- bag 29c Pineapple --- 4 cans
Ocean Spray 1 Pound Cans
CRAN BERRY SAUCE
Grade 'A' Young Tender Hen-10 to 14 Ibs. Delicious Flavor
TURKEYS ---------lb. 45c Rump ROAST ------l Ib. 89c
Quarter Loin Beef
Pork ROAST -------lb. 59c Short RIBS --------b. 49c
Fresh lb. 3 Ibs. Trimmed Beef '
Hamburger -- 59c $1.59 Rib ROAST --------lb. 99c
Large or Small Half or Whole First Cut
Fresh or Cured HA MS PORK CHOPS _. lb. 45c
Boneless Rolled Tender
Chuck ROAST ------lb. 89c Sirloin STEAK -----b. $1.19
Semi Boneless Grade "A"
7-Bone STEAK -----lb. 79c Whole FRYERS ----lb. 29c
HIGHWAY 9J HIGHLAND VIEW
_______________** r''^" ''
specials for and SONS' IGA
Dec.k ^, 14i.7 18RICH an d SONS' IA
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1907 PAGE ELEVlW
--PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA'
Pure Cane Limit 1 Bag With $10.00 Order
p 5 LB. BAG
KRAFT Quart Jars
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
Pond's Beg. $1.25 Value
DUSTING POWDER ----- bx 99c
Ultra Ban 500 (Scented and Unscented) Reg. $1.15
D EODORAT _-.-----..- 5 oz.$1.09
Pond's Lemon --,eg. $1.10 Value
WCO CREAM---- 35-
Ga. Grade 'A' With $15.00 Order or More -
1 doz. EGGS FREE
Showboat No. 2% Can
PORK and BEANS-----can 25c
33 Oz. Bottle
USDA GRADE 'A' FRESH BAKING
USDA Grade "A" Frozen Young Tablerite Hen
10 to 16 Pound Average
TURKE _.Y -----b. 49c
USDA GradeT Froten Young Self-Basting
rABLEMf'RITE 'to 14 Pounds
TUiKEYS -,-- 9c
USDA Grade "A" Frozen BAKING
BAKING HENS ---lb. 49c
TABLERITE Boneless Cooked
HAMS ,. 3 lb. can $2.99
TA* RT Bonles CokeI .... '-.
Delight 1 Pound Packages
MARGARINE-. -, 2
Philadelphia ." .
CREAM CHEESE---8 oz. 33c
_, I I49c
GIVE FRUIT for CHRISTMAS ... Ship Now! Check
WE PACK and SHIP IN DECORATED BOXES
Plain or Iodized Round Boxes
IGA SALT ----- 2 boxes
Hunts 12 Oz. Cans [GA Pink Liquid 22 Oz. Bottle
TOMATO PASTE 3'cans $1.00 LIQUID DETERGENT-- btl.
[GA Fancy Solid Pak No. 303 Cans
TOMATOES --------can 25c
CAKE DECORATOR 5 oz. 59c
IGA Size Cans Lipton Dry
TUNA FLAKES -------can 33c ONION SOUP ---pkg. 41c
1 10 Oz. Jar
TABLERITE PURE PORK
-- Ib. 59c
TABLERITE FRESH --
ROUND CHUCK------l. 98c
STRIP STEAKS------lb. $1.99
FROSTY MORN SLICED
HORMELL MURE "81" Boneless FuMy Cooked
HAM HALVES lb. $1.39
SMOKED WHOLE or SHANK HALF
With Us On Freight Prices
FANCY FRUIT -.$4.90
FRESH FLORIDA GREENS
Fresh Crisp BELL PEPPERS and
Fresh Tender Fancy
POLE BEANS --------lb. 29c
Avocados Each 10c MIXED F
BEST FLAVOR IN MARKET,BASKET (3 Lb. Average)
Wholesale Fruits and Produce
ORANGES--- bag $3.50
GRAPEFRUIT ----box $3.50
RUIT -- box $4.25
In Bottles or Cans
NEW PURE GEORGIA CANE SYRUl
Gerber Strained Regular Jars
BABY FOOD --
?" Wishbone 8 Ounce Bottle
P 1000 ISLE DRESSING
_ 8 oz. 39c
VANILLA WAFERS ...- 12 oz. 39c
NO. 2% CANS
89 Oranges, Grapefruit, Apples, Sweet Tangerines
C Fresh FRUIT 49c
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
3 Big ,
S5 jars 59c
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
AGE TWELVE THE STAR,, Flid THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1972
I I I II I I I II
Personal concern for the health of you and your family,
individual service suited to your particular needs, pro-
fessional skill and competence which you have come
to expect as second nature...these are extras that are
a matter of course with us. By making thatextra effort,
by providing fast service with no waiting, by being on
duty whenever you need us, we hope to make.perma-
nent friends and customers for our store. We plan to
be in business a good long time and therefore know
that your continued goodwill depends upon the extra
services we Offer you.
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
oonslstentwith quality andM te personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to:
OUR ( ) PHARMACY
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Wiluiams Avenue
Drive-In Window Service
Plenty of Free Parking
Honor Roll Students Listed
(Continued From Page 1)
ry Garrett, Janet Ann Gautreaux,
David Goldsberry, Charles How-
. ,ell, William Hughes, Steven La
France, Tamela' Lynn Lee, Pa-
tricia, Lowery, Ronnie Maddox,
Sammy Parker, Dewayne Patter-
son, Keif Pettis, Randy lhillips,
Paula Plummer, Tony Rich, Jim
SRoberts, Sonja Robinson, Ray-
mond Sewell, Elijah Smiley,
Dawn Whitfield, Diane Williams,
by RELLA WEXLER
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Too- Hospital, Biloxi, Miss. I'm quite
mey, formerly of Falls Church, sure he looks forward to hearing
Virginia, are residing in their from his many friends.
home on Rock Lane. We welcome. The Mexico Beach Volunteer
them as permanent residents. Fire Association, at its regular De-
Saw Dean Griffin visiting at the cember meeting, elected new offi-
Governor MoteL Dean resided here cers who will.take office in Janu-
for- several years before leaving ary. Grady Bryan is the newly
Mexico Beach. elected president; Joseph Elwar-
Louis Gordon is currently a pa- towski, vice-president; M. J. Mc-
tient at Keesler Air Force Base Afee, treasurer; Mrs. M. C. Too-
Carol Wood and Ricky Woullard. Sarah Ann Roberts, Robert Lee
8t Grade--Cindy Atkins, Ro- Sanborn, Mike Scott, Christopher
bti Bae, n A ns Jay Stevens, Mike Todd, Sandy
bin Bailey, Angela Barnes, Da- Ward, Cindy Wilson and Mark
vid Barton, Cindy Baxley, Mar- Vincent Wimberly.
cia Biggins, Carla Burgess, Steve 10th Grade-Martin Adkison,
Cloud, Pam Collier, James Crea-< Ray Bolden, Russell Chason, Ta-
mer, Michael Dean, Mary Ely,
Cindy Freeman, Kathy Gay, Ter-
ri Gay, Waylon Graham, Sheila
Harper, A r I e t ha Henderson,
Vickie James, Michael Johnson,
Stan Kennedy, Andy May, Cindy
Medlin, Bill Norton, John Ow,
ens, Susan Quarles, Clifford Sanri-
born, Joni Shores, Sandra Tootle,
Tammy Tipton, Dicky Wager,
Bill Wall, Janice Walton and
9th Grade-Mary Fran Allen,
David Ambrose, Dawn Anchors,
Carol Lynn Antley, Reginold-
Barnes, Carol Marie Barton, Rob-
ert Howard Blick, Charles
Branch, Carrie Brown, teresa
Lynn Brown, Debra Jean Carl-
sten; Diane Collier, Julie olUins-
worth, Lowell Core, Angela Kay
Dearinger, Juanise Griffin, Lila
Karen Gunter, Jan X. Hammock,
Cuyler King, Donna Lee Maddox,
David Bruce May, Rose Marie
Noble, Gregg Norris, David Mi-
chael Rich, Vicky Lisa Richards,
via Copenhaver, Gayla Davis,
Linda Field, Benjy Gibson, Phil-
lip Hunter, Daniel Hand, Eva
Maddox, Barbara Merritt, Pam
Reeves, John Rich, Barry Rich-
ardson, Kenneth Ritch, Laura
Rtidd, Bonni Treace, Marie Wat-
son and Michael Webb.
11th Grade-Raymond Addi-
son, Barbara!Anthony, Janet Ant-
ley, Robert Creamer, Pete Eaker,
Ruth Fleming, Rhonda Gainous,
Christy Jamison, Karen Lake,
Cora McNair, Patti Parker, Gary
Pate and Judy Peterson.
12th Grade-Lucia Arnold,
Steve Atchison, Vicki Bass, Pau-
la Boyette, Sherry Chason, Ter-
ry Chason, Patti Combs, Kitty
Core, Phil Early, Dewanna Guil-
lot, Alan Hammock, Desda Har-
per, Judy Hendrix, Jo Holland,
Julie Holland, Rick Lamberson,
Linda Lewis, Teresa Lynch, Gene
McCroan, George McLawhon, Biff
Quarles, Judy Schweikert, Dar-
lene Walton and Diane Varnes.
mey, corresponding secretary; Pau- the Southern Building Code and
letta Campbell, secretary; Bert the city ordinances.
Clark, chaplain; M. C. Toomey, new
board member. Two days after the regular meet-
ing, a special council meeting was
The association's turkey shoots called to read an emergency or-
continue each Saturday until dinance' providing that all new
Christmas. Visitors and members utility lines be placed under-
are welcome to try their luck. ground. This ordinance became le-
The regular December meeting gal and was adopted following the
of the Town Council included the second reading.
installation of Mayor William F. Dr. and Mrs. L Wexler attended
Lyles and Councilmen Elizabeth the initiation of their daughter,
Thompson, Pollye T. Hays and Tol- Sheila Fuller, into the honor so-
lie R. Mullins. Councilman Ed city, Phi Kappa Phi, in Gaines-
Austin continues in Group II. City ville. Mrs. Fuller is a graduate stu-
Attorney Fred Witten administer- dent at the University of Florida,;
ed the oath of office. The new zon- her husband, John, also attends
ing committee members were ap- graduate school there.
pointed, with Morris Missler and
Jess Clements replacing two for- A local ordinance requires that
mer members who were elected to persons moving mobil, modular or
the Town Council. other homes into the Town of
Mr. Clements, the building in-
spector, was given a blanket' gen-
eral authorization to take neces-
sary steps to force compliance with
Mexico Beach, need to apply to'
the Council for a moving permit;
building a home, or adding to your
present one, requires a builder's
permit. Again, apply to the Town
Cuoncil or, Town Clerk at Town
Hall, which is open on Mondays
and Thursdays from 9 to 11 a.m.
A representative of the Division
of Forestry has delivered a copy
of the rules of the Department of
Air and Water Pollution Control
of the Florida Statutes, to the
Town Clerk. This is in regard to
open burning and forest protection
fires. Anyone who expects to do
any open burning should check
with the Clerk to read these rules,
for his lown benefit and for com-
pliance with the Statute.
Port St. Joe Post Office has
been selected by the U.S. Postal
Service to make available to the
public the 1971 Commemorative
Stamp Folders, marking the first
time in history that such mini'
albums have been distributed
nationwide through post offices,
Postmaster Chauncey Costin said
"We are pleased that we can
make available these attractive
mini-albums throughout o u r
area," the Postmaster said.
These albums are now on- sale
at the local post office and con-
tain all commorative stamps is-
sued in 1971, plus two Christmas
stamps issued on Novembef 10.
The kits contain 24 commorjtive
stamps and a mini-album with a
description of each. They, are
primarily designed to enco age
stamp collecting by young oer- '
sons and sell for $2.50. "they
make an ideal Christmas pres-
ent", the Postmaster said.
Midget Investments That Y9eld
+ Classified Ads+
FOR SALE: Honda 50 Mini-trail, FOR RENT: Furnished large one
In excellent condition. Phone bedroom apartment with separ,
229-6514. 2tp-12-16 ate dining room, auto. heat and
large yard. Phone 227-8536 after
,FOR SALE or RENT: 12x44 2 bed- 500 p. tfc-11-25
room mobile 'home located at 5:00 P.-11-25
White City. Call 229-6483. 6tp-11-4 FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
FOR SALE: Jalousie windows, and 2 bedroom furnished apart-
door. hot water heater (30 gal.), ment. Phone 229-6168.- tf-9-2
cabinets, sink, oil heater, drum of
il and stand Call 227-5331 or -FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
oil and stand. Call 227-5331 or 227- room clean house. Laundry ,and
3341. tfc-11-25 storage room. Large shady yard.
Automatic heat. Phone 227-8536
FOR SALE: 1969 Galaxy with air after 5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25
conditioning, power steering,
whitewall tires, radio ,heater. Good P.OR RENTS Fi nished beach eot,
condition. Call 229-2896 after 5 tnes. -l oblem rate.
p.m. tfe' -10-28 -
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
FOR SALE: Automotive and home attractively furnished apart-
8-track tape players. Tapes $1.50 ments. Cool in. summer, warm in
to $5.99. Tools, watches, rings, winter. Gas heat, window fans.
cameras, extra wide heavy duty They must be seen to be appreciat-
trailer, reels, hair dryer. Will buy ed. Contact Mr. or Mrs. B. C. Prince
battery radios, reels, good used at WIMICO LODGE and TRAILER
TV's and good -outboard motors, 10 PARK. Phone 229-2413 or 648-
horse down. electric base guitar, 3101. tfc-10-28,
mobile and stationary CB radio
units, bicycles. MC's PAWN SHOP
102 5th St., Highland View, Phone
PAINT Dealer in Port St. Joe
306 Rbid Ave.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, ful-
ly carpeted. On corner lot. Phone
FOR SALE: Couch and matching
chair, coffee table and two lamps
in good condition. Can be seen at
1314 Marvin Ave. Call 229-2446 af-
ter 5:00 p.m. or week ends. 2t-12-9
FOR RENT: Apartment for adults.
Living room, bedroom, bath, kit-
chen, breakfast nook. Phone 229-
FOR SALE: 30-06 rifle. Bolt action
Good condition. $65.00. Phone
FOR, SALE: Yamaha 1970 model
100 CC motorcycle. Suzuki 1970
model 50 CC motorcycle. Both like
new condition. Can be seen at 131
Bellamy Circle or call 229-6106.
FOR SALE: Ford F250 % ton
truck with stake body. Air condi-
tioner, radio, V-8 engine, 6 ply
tires. Can be seen at 131 Bellamy
Circle or call 229-6106. tfc-11-25
FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment.
Nicely furnished. 2 bedrooms.
216% 6th St. Phone 229-4171. 2tc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, downstairs. 522% 3rd
St. Phone 227-8647. tfc-12-9
RAY'S TRIM SHOP
Complete Upholstery Service
"We aim to please you
602 Garrison Ave.
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE oall
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
FILL DIRT HAULED. Lots bush
hogged and leveled. General
tractor work. Call 648-4836 or 648-
NOW and Sign Up for
$10.00 Gift Certificate
to be given away Sat.. Dec. 18
HUMDINGER GIFT SHOP
Motel St. Joe
(2nd floor lobby)
REDUCE safe and fast with Go-
Bese Tablets and P-Vap "water
pills". Campbell's Drug. lOtp-10-21
I m amow servicing wigs and
hair pieces in my home. If
you have human hair or syn-
etic which you would like
to have serviced quickly at
low prices ...
WIGS FOR SALE -
CALL 229-3311 or 227-4853
9-24 JANICE STOKES tfe
S will be a
with a worldly gift from- he
HUMDINGER GIFi SHOP
Motel St. Joe
(2nd floor lobby)
Being served in the
AMERICAN LEGION HOME
Saturday Morning, 6:00 AM.
All you can eat, $1.00'
Proceedlto Willis V. Rowan,
Post 116, Port St. Joe
FOR RENT: Nicely, furnished 2-
bedroom house with washer, dry-
er, automatic heat. Phone 227-
8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-11-25
HEATH RADIO & TV REPAIR
All Work Guaranteed
4tp .Phone 229-2782 10-14
FOR SALE: 45 hp Mercury with
Sportscraft boat and trailer. See
at Stafford'4 Grocery, White City.
FIGHT FATIGUE with Zippies, the
great iron pill. Only $1.98. Camp-
bell's Drugs. 10p-10-21
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-6694
PROFESSIONAL HELP with epo-
Jonel problems and/or concefts.
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Port
St. Joe, Florida 229-3621
In Wewehltchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Call 229-4986 for Free Estimate
R.AM.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays, 8 p.m. All
visiting companions welcome.
JOSEPH PPIN, H. P.
H. T. WEST, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Monday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every Mst
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
CHARLES R. JOLLY, WJL
PERRY J. McFARLAND, Secty
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