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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-SEVENTH YE R


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,


THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1964


Marion Craig, Ben C. Williams and Byrd E. Parker Take First Primary Wins






4,213 Cast Ballots In Tuesday's Election


How Gulf County Voted In Tuesday's Election By Precincts
e"KiCINCT NUMBER i 5 6 7 Y Y i u1 i11 Tot.
UNITED STATES Si1NAYOKi II i 1
opussuard L. tioiianut d o, 9, 2 _493j 189 _33 218 459_ 388 516 3214
Birailey Odham ,d a i u i 61 313 i i ad |56ti J 16d1 u
;OVERkNOR 0 I
lay(on Burns 189 i 20 18 118 36 i 2 50 i117 1271 1631 955
.i'red (Bud) Dickinson uu u S 45 'i d'1I 1u8 95 105 I 911
Robert King High 5 ba u | t 346 u 2 6 436
Frederick B._Karl ;u .z l I __1 3 19 14l 25 I 1 i 122
Scott Kelly z61j / Z 50 1 i 32d 13z |_ 98 ; 234_ 159 289 _1815
John E. (Jack) Mathews i i z o U 17 4 3 : 11| 21 23 18 135
I TOURNEY GEWERALI
..Earl .FairGclothN i 194 1 89 24 5 114 37 I14J 248 851i 63 98 881
James W. Kynes 41 7 401 97 41 1433 I1175 25 276 403 363 _|479 1 3110
Railroad & Public Utilities Com.
PhillipS._Brewer _91 i 83 20 10 11091 40 6 841 94 72 113 722
Edwin L. "Ed" Mason 386 359 88 34_ 409_9 158 130 426 365 j 332 427 j 3014
STATE SENATOR j
Cecil G. Costin, Jr. 142 182 39, 14 234 105_ 8 290 170 143 242_ 1569
Charles W. McKissack .....113 12 5 0 12 7 __u 7 271 5 121 __109
George G. Tapper 212 225 45 1 23 j232[ 58 291260 247 239 2601 1830
Luther C. Tucker 195 141' 37 9 94_ 49 2 17] 50 41 70 705
REPRESENTATIVE | I I I I I I I
J .C. Arbogast 30 _18 _7 7__35_ _13 3 333 85 126 97 454
J. B. Stafford _38 j 50i 8, 4 37_ 20 |I 3 i 58 137 _20_ 51_ I 326
Ben C. Williams 469 452 j110 33 486 1179 33 461 J 367 1 283 437 1 3310
COUNTY JUDGE I I i
SainP. Husband 368_426 84 _28_229_ 196_ 11 1203 146 _991150 j 1840
Frank Pate, Jr. 97 60 23 11 265 188 126 280 j'264 233 355] 1702
Earl Tom Pridgeon 101 81 j-211 5 167 1_30 3 j 73 1 82 ] 971] 86 646
SHERIFF I I I I I I I
T.S W. "Terry" Hinote _55 143 1_22 1__ 183j_58_1 7_11341_143 177 226_ 1049
Pervis A. Howell. 66 57 ,-16 jI18 1971 64__ 5 58] 155 123 -158; 917
Byrd E. Parker 437 463 88 26 181 94 ] 25 | 376 191_ 1129 205 2215
SUPT. of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION i I I I I I
Marion Craig 249_i 229 44 26 320j 911 28 ] 247 257 210 311 2012
Hubert E. Richards 265 251 64 16 ] 225 120 I 9 275 1227 208 263 | 1923
COUNTY COMMISSION-Dist. 1 I I | | | I I
Lawrence Bateman 133 j 124 18 17 | 115_ 42 I 5 120 1191_ 209 199 | 1173
Emory M. Cumbie 24 21 5 5 36 7 4 23 25 30 36 216
A. J. Strickland- 296 260, 48 11 118J 63] 11 195 112 91 92 1297
T. D. "Doc" Whitfield 107 142 56 1 12 | 281 104 16 i 190 159] 93 288 1448


COUNTY COMMISSION-DIST. 3
Parker G. Hart
James C. Horton
S. C. Piayer- '
COUNTY COMMISSION-DIST. 5
Jesse Anderson
Jack-E. Hammock
Leo Kennedy
Ernest L. Lightfoot
William B. McCroan
Charles B. Smith


90 102
212 159
233 254


73 | 114j
51 | 43 1
259 230
77 83
34 18
47 33


164
138
262 ]


29 13 120
145 | 10 i 170
42l, 16 I251


2 36 15] 3
26 148] 3-7] 8
101183 79 15
lI 114- 65] 7
2 32. 8 3
3 51 13] 3


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]130 111 142 950
1237 206 310 1639
123 108 135 1491


79 13
127 194
235 94
55 95
14 30
52 1461


13 39 415
121 124 813
54 132 1316
73 151 747
16 57 229
149 91 596


Mem., BD. PUB. INST.-Dist. 2 | 1 I 1 1 I I
E. L. Antley 115 114 27 15 114 40] 9 92 178 | 161 163 1028
B. J._"Bill"Rich 185n188 33] 6 1 140 53] 17339 169] 161 195 1486
Walter C. Robinson 124 106 0 381 8-134108 -5- 65 95_] 76 136 895
Edward "Smitty" Smith 102 97 24 17 167 | 16 7 51 46 24 89 640
Mem., BD. PUB. INST.-Dist. 4 I I -- ---I ---- I -
C. E. Boyer 221 225I 49_ 22 138; 62 14] 343 159 156 174 1563
E. A. 'Ed' Johnson 117 117 22 6 101 29 5_ 59 ] 21 121 168] 566
Eldridge Money 193 166 48 17 | 322 | 127 i 19 J 166 | 310 | 248- 343 1959
B e C d 'Education Study Committee
birthday CalendaTo Evaluate Washington Hi
D e The County Education Study
Committee will meet Thursday,
SDrive Gets Started May 7 at 7:00 p.m. at the Wash-
ington High School in Port St. Joe.
Eighten members of the band, The calendar will list meeting The group will meet to evalu-
parents association met Thursday dates of organizations, birth dates, ate the needs of this school and
night, April 30, in the Motel St. Joe Anniversries, Birth Stones and to make tentative recommenda-
for the purpose of organizing for Flowers, and Wedding Anniversar- tions according to these needs.
the annual Birthday Calendar ies. +_
Drive. Five committees were form- Money derived from the calen- CORRECTION
ed as follows: dar sales will be used to supple- A news story carried in last
Publicity Committee; Mrs. Jean ment funds which are allotted to week's Sta stated thatMrs. Jean
Atchison, and Mr. Herman R. Dean the Band Department by the Scho- Arnold now represented an ifisur-
Advertising Committee; Mrs. ol Board. This money pays for all company in the headline
Hubert Richards, Chairman, Mrs. yearly expense of operating the a nce company in the headline.
R. E. Downs, Mrs. F. W. Sutton, Music Department. Some is spent el estate frm as atedn
o rfor repairs, some for uniformswide real estate firm as stated in
and Mrs. George McLowhon; for repairs, some for uniforms, the story, and not an insurance
Meeting and Special Events Com- and all other current operational firm.e sto and not an
mittee: Mrs. Julia Creech Chair- expenses of the department. Next irm.
man, Mrs. E. L. Antley, and Mrs. year we hope to buy a few new
Faulk; musical instruments to replace uHg School
Advance Calendar Sales Commit- some of the old and out-moded High School Hosts
tee; Mr. Clyde Fite, Chairman, Jake models.our Bandsmen fail to mae 'District Workshop
Belin, Jr. Robin Downs, Charles our Bandsmen fail to mae
Thomas, and Bobby Antley; contact with you and you wish to The Port St. Joe High School,
Lay-Out Committee; Mr. Dean, have a calendar, just call Mr. Dean which is president of the Florida
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, Mrs. Julian or any member of any committee Association of Student Council, Dis-
Wiley, Mrs. Jean Atchison, and Mrs. and your order will be listed in- trict I, was host to the first work
.Herman Dean. mediately. ; shopof its kind held in Florida.
.ll .i coinnitess will begin work Eleven schools and a total of 71
tjfhe folo'.. ing dates: May 4th. ". Council members were in attend-
.:7va-nme Caiindar sales committee 4 ance May 1 and May 2.
anrd -th. l-'.hi.iicity Committee. May The workshop consisted primar-
16 Adverti-in. Committee and the ily of discussion groups dealing in
Special E -n s Committee. June 1 the activities of the Student Coun-
L-l'-Out Comniittee. cil and general assemblies.
Sort St. Joe High School Band For entertainment refreshments
imbers will soon be knocking at were served during the meetings
jars around town to tell people and a dance was held at the Stac
bout the fine calendar we will si House.
"vwe for distribution in late Au- Ken Dykes, president of the Port
-7g.ust. The teen age musicians are St. Joe Student Council reports
airing at placing a thousand cal- that the work shop was very suc-
endarq in Porrt--Jot homes, what cessful financially and on an in-
bette, adveitis'iige could our bus- formative basis.
inesimen have than this-their The Student Council offers their
ads will hanm in conspicuous thanks to the hosts that kept dele-
places in a thousand homes in our \ gates in their homes, The Star,
City for twelve solid months, avai- DYKES station WJOE, L. S. Bissett of the
lable for instant reference at all KEN DYKES St. Joe Paper Company, Motel St.
times. Presiding Officer Joe, the City and the Museum.


Heavy Balloting


All Over County


Presented Free Dish Washer


Mrs. Ray Medlin, (right) is presented a new RCA
Whirlpool Dishwasher last week by John G. Blount, chair-
man of the Port St. Joe Retail Merchants. Mrs. Medlin
made the choice of the dishwasher from a group of seven
appliances offered as prizes in a sales promotion held re-
cently by the local merchants.


Last Dose of Polio

Vaccine Sunday
The Jaycees and the Gulf
County Medical Association
remind the citizens of Port
St. Joe that Sunday is the
date for the last of three ser-
ies of polio immunizations.
Robert Nedley, president of
the Jaycees, reminds those
taking the series that the type
vaccine to be given Sunday-
Type Ill-is the most impor-
tant of the series as it im-
munizes for the most common
type polio strain.
Those wishing to take the
vaccine should report to the
nearest Gulf County school
building between the hours of
1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Sunday for
their oral vaccine on a lump
of sugar.
Those who missed the other
two immunization doses may
still take the one offered Sun-
day and make up the other
two types from their doctor.
A 25c donation is asked for
the vaccine, but nobody
should stay away because of
inability to pay the donation.


County Gets $34,000
In Race Track Money


TALLAHASSEE State Comp-
V i I troller Ray E. Green said this week
Sixth Graders Visit High School checks totalling $34,000 are being
mailed to each of the 67 counties
Port St. Joe High School played different; then they will be escort- as their share of the race track
host to the Sixth Graders from St. ed over the school plant, tax fund.
Joe Elementary and Highlandview The visitors in groups of five The comptroller said the coun-
Schools. will be assigned to attend one ac- ties have received a total of $212,-
One hundred and twenty sixth ademic 7th grade class .and one 000 thus far this year, which is an
grade students are visiting the St. physical education class, increase of $19,000 over payments
Joe High School this week. The Plans are being made for a more for the same period during the
students are visiting to learn what extensive orientation period for previous fiscal year.
school next year will be like. E these boys and girls next fall. The The payments to date also top
Each group will have an orien- purpose of such a program is to the total payments of $206,800 re-
tation period where they will be make the adjustment to Junior ceived by the counties during 1962-
told how their 'new school' will beI High School easier. 63, which was a record year.



Two Men Ride Buoy In Bay All


Night Last Friday After Losing Boat

Squals with winds up to 30 knots,! essary repairs. Band Club went into emergency
stranded and hindered the safe re. After climbing adoard the bouy, operations Saturday morning at
turn of two parties over the week- ithe pair became troubled with the 7 a.m. along with the Coast Guard
end for more than 14 hours in the increasing winds and keeping the in search of a missing party in the
St. Joseph Bay. boat moored. The last attempt to area of St. Joseph point.
James Gosnell of 106 21st. and secure the boat was a failure due Homer H. Wright of St. Joe
Harold Presley of 1610 Long Ave- to the increasing winds and the Beach, Jesse Wright, and Johnny
nue were rescued after spending a lack of strong rope. The boat drif- Kelly, addresses not known, were
memorable Friday night riding the ted out of sight into the darkness. standard for the night on the
number one bouy in the bay for After experiencing the 14 hours point of St. Joseph Spit, because
14 hours., of raw weather, the pair was pick- of high winds and seas.
According to reports, the two ex- ed up by a shrimp boat from Port The three left St. Joe by boat
perienced out-board engine trouble St. Joe. The two suffered no ill for a floundering outing on the
soon ofter leaving port. Just mak- effects from the ordeal. West side of the bay. Early in the
ing it to the bouy, they decided to I Gulf County Civil Defense Con- night the party went ashore to wait
tie up the boat and make the nec- munications and Big Bend Citizen for the wind to calm bown.
With winds steadily increasing,
H iak Springs. the three found no possible way
Henry A. Rogers, 831 Active pallbearers were: Clinton of returning home.

IS Taken By Death Cox, Clayton Coker, James Patter- When the party was reported
I Taken y Death son, Clinton Peterson, Ted Whit- missing at 7:00 a.m. the Civil De-
Henry Augustus Rogers, age 83, field and James Littles. fence Communications and the Big
Hlong-time resident of Highlan Smith Funeral Home of Panama Bend C. B. Club notified the Coast
long-time resident of Highland City was in charge of arrange-; Guard, who in turn allerted res-
View died at his home on Thurs- ments. cue operations which went as far
day, April 30 at 1:00 p.m. after _____n -- as Pensacola.
a long-time illness. Visiting Son and Family According to A. P. (Bob) Jack-
He is survived by his widow, Eu- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts of son, Gulf County Civil Defense
ti th Communication Manager, planes
la Rogers, two sons, Lewis H. Ro- Nederland, Texas, are visiting this frommunication Mand coast guard
gers, U. S. Naval Air Station, Jack- week with their son and family, a
sonville, Pelham Revells, 0 a k Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Roberts. The cutters were scheduled to be sent
Grove; two daughters, Marjorie Ro- Roberts' are former residents of to strengthen the search.
gers of Highland View and Mrs. Port St. Joe. In a jeep Jesse Stone and Police-
Mary Burke of Brewton, Ala., four --_ man Allen R. Watson, drove around
Mary Burke of Brewton, Ala., four _-_---- the Cape and worked their way
grandchildren and two great grand- Attend Funera northward to the point. Efforts of
children; one sister, Mrs. Bulah Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Petty atten.- northward to the point. Efforts of
Dockins of DeFuniak Springs. ed funeral services for Mr. Petty's this party ceased as soon as it was
Funeral services were held at cousin in Sopchoppy Wednesday. learned that the missing men had
the Smith Funeral Home Chapel at' ... been picked up by a snapper boat.
11:00 a.m., with Rev. Harry Pow- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mc- At 11:00, the rescued party reach-
ell officiating. Interment was in Kenzie is Mrs. McKenzie's mother, ed port suffering no injuries of th1
the Magnolia Cemetery in DeFun- Mrs. Jeanne Cabana. ill-fated trip.


All of Gulf County's incumbent
county officers either made their
victory Tuesday or made a run-off
election with their nearest oppo-
nent.
County Commission
In the three County Commission
races, each incumbent will run off
his race in the second primary on
May 26.
From District Number One in-
cumbent A. J. Strickland was sec-
ond high man, and will run off his
election with T. D. Whitfield, who
was high man in the group of four
candidates.
In District Number Three, in-
cumbent Silas Player was also sec-
ond in line when the votes were
counted. He will meet James C.
Horton in the May 26 primary.
From District Five, incumbent
Leo Kennedy led the field of six
candidates, but failed to get enough
to win election Tuesday. He will
be opposed by Jack Hammock on
May 26.
School Board
From Board of Public Instruction
District Two, incumbent Carter
Ward did not seek re-election. The
lead in this race was taken by B.
J. "Bill" Rich, Sr., followed by E.
L. "Slim" Antley, with whom he
will seek the high vote in the sec-
ond primary.
C. E. Boyer, incumbent, lollowed-
the pattern set by other incum-
bents, in Board of Public Instruc-
tion District Four. Boyer was sec-
ond in line behind Eldridge Money
who polled the lead vote in this
race. Boyer and Money will run it
off.
Superintendent of Public
Instruction
The closest race of the day was
that between Marion Craig and
Hubert Richards for Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction. Craig
nosed out Richards in the wee
hours in the morning by a margin
of 89 votes.
Sheriff
Sheriff Byrd E. Parker was one
of the few candidates Tuesday, who
will get a return trip to office with-
out a run-off. He out-polled the to-
tal vote production of both his op-
ponents, Terry Hinote and Pervis
Howell.
County Judge
County Judge Sam P. Husband,
was the leader in his race against
a field of two opponents. He still
has three weeks to work however,
as he will have to meet Frank
Pate, Jr., in the run-offs.
Representative
Ben C. Williams was the only
incumbent other than Sheriff Par-
ker to get his plurality Tuesday
night. Williams topped both of his
opponents, J Arbogast and J.
B. Stafford by a lop-sided vote.
Senator's Race
In the Senator's race, we have it
that incumbent Luther Tucker and
George G. Tapper of Port St. Joe
will be in the run-off on May 26.
Calls to the court house in each of
the county seat failed to get an-
swers from all of them, so the
total votes cast throughout the dis-
trict was uncertain at press time
yesterday afternoon.
In Gulf County, Tapper was the
leader with Costin second best.
Tucker, one of the May 26 candi-
dates, ran third in Gulf county.
The table adjacent to this story
is the official count of the Tues-
day balloting in Gulf. The loca-
tion of the various precincts are
as follows: 1 and 2, Wewahitch-
ka; 3, Dalkeith; 4, Overstreet; 5,
Highland View; 6, White City; 7,
Kenney's Mill; 8, City hall, Port
St. Joe; 9, Stac House, Port St.
Joe; 10, Scout Hut, Port St. Joe;
11, Centennial Building.

GARDEN CLUB CIRCLE
WILL MEET THURSDAY
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club will have their
May meeting next Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Wesley I. Ramsey.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1964
Walter C. Dodson, County Savings
Bonds Chairman.
Mr. Dodson said that due to the
a anticipated heavy demand for the
new bond, many banks and other
issuing agents throughout the Na-
tion will accept orders before May
1 from those purchasers who may
desire an early date of issue to ap-
pear in the validating stamp.
Purchase price of the new bond,
which will reach full face value in
seven years and nine months, is
$56.25.
Mr. Dodson said that the new
bond is not a "memorial" to the
oferent from other denominations
".late President, in that it is no dif-
of Savings Bonds, all of which bear
portraits of deceased chief execu-
tives. However, beneath the por-
In Fashion Show trait of Mr. Kennedy are the words
from his inaugural address: "Ask
Miss Connie Munn, a fresh- not what your country can do for
man at the University of Sou- you-ask what you can do for your
then Mississippi, was one of a country."
group of student models at a "The reproduction of this mem-
poolside fashion show benefitt- orable statement on the face of the
poolside fashion show benefitt- bond," said Mr. Dodson, "is a fresh
ing the Cancer Crusade in Hat- reminder that our citizens help
.tiesburg, Miss. strengthen their own security and,
Miss Munn is the daughter of thereby, the security of their com-
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Munn, Sr., munity and their country when
of 106 Hunter Circle, Port St. they invest a portion of their say-
Joe. She is a pledge of Pi Beta ings in Savings Bonds."
Phi sorority. "- -
4,Golden Agers Plan
New Series of Bonds For Pot Luck Supper
Available NowThe Golden Agers met at the
A reminder that the new $75 Florida Power Lounge Monday
Series E United States Savings night for their weekly meeting.
Bond, bearing the portrait of the The meeting was called to order
late President Kennedy, will go on and opened with prayer by the
sale May 1, came this week from president, Mrs. Vanlandingham.



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There were 14 members present.
The old business was taken care
of. During the new business pre-
sentation, a pot luck supper was
planned for the next meeting night,
May 11, at the Stac House.
All members present signed a
sympathy card to send Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Fillingim due to the loss
of his brother.
The hostesses, Mrs. Essie- Wil-
liams and Mrs. Calla Parrott ser-
ved mixed sandwiches, cookies and
punch.


Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, May 11
Individual meat loaves barbecued
buttered white potatoes, cole slaw,
green snap beans, cake squares,
milk, bread and butter.
Tuesday, May 12
Stewed chicken, rice, English
peas, pineapple salad on lettuce
with cheese, sliced tomatoes, milk,
bread and butter.
Wednesday, May 13
Shepherd pie with ground beef,
tossed green salad, 1,000 island
dressing, peach cobbler, carrot
sticks, milk, bread and butter.
Thursday, May 14
All meat stew, rice, steamed
cabbage, white bean s, muffin
bread, sliced peaches, milk, bread
and butter.
Friday, May 15
Macaroni salad ,cheese, deviled
eggs, head lettuce ,sliced tomato,
fruit jello, cake, milk, bread and
butter.
GARDEN CLUB WILL MEET
THIS AFTERNOON AT 2:00 P.M.
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet this afternoon at the
St. Joe Motel at 2:00 p.m. for their
last general meeting of the 1963-
64 year.
CARD OF THANKS
I'd like to take this opportunity
to thank Dr. Wager and the hos-
pital staff for the wonderful care
I received during my illness in
the Municipal Hospital. Also to
thank my friends for the lovely
flowers and cards.
M. A. FREEMAN
Guests of Arnolds
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Arnold had
as their guests during the week
end, Mr. Arnold's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley Arnold of Alford.


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Miss Charlotte Lovelace, June
bride elect, was honored with a
tea shower last Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Edwin D. Ramsey.
Guests called between 4 and 6 P.M.
Assisting in receiving were Mrs.
Terry Hinote and Mrs. I. C. Ned-
ley. Keeping the guest book was
Miss Marian Lauder.
The tea table was lovely with a
crystal candeladrum as centerpiece
This was framed with white mums
and blue candles. Beautiful floral
arrangements were placed through-
out the house, the favorite of the
guests being purple and yellow
mums sprinkled with miniature
parasols depicting the shower
theme.


Serving were Mrs. Sidney Anch-
ors, Mrs. John C. Dickey, Mrs. W.
W. Barrier, Jr. and Mrs. H. E. Rich-
ards. Floor hostesses were Misses
Carla Jean and Judy Herring, and
Gail Richards.
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Has Visitors
Mrs. Ivey Williams had as her
guests last Tuesday from Braden-
ton, her sister, Mrs. 0. K. Amdahl
and a cousin, Mrs. Verna Young of
Ventura, California. While here,
they visited relatives and friends
in Graceville and Chipley.
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St. Joe Beach Residents ter system for the beach area.
All interested persons are invit-
Invited To Discuss Loan ed to attend.
For Water System Visit Zipperers
Wallace W. McCormick, County Mr. and Mrs. Bud Parker and
Supervisor with the Farmer's children Debbie, Buster and Susan
Home Administration will preside have returned to their home in
over a meeting to be held at the Battle Valley, Mich., after visiting
Highland View Elementary School here last week with Mr. and Mrs
Auditorium on May 14 at 7:00 p.m. H. Y. Zipperer. Mr. Parker is Mrs.
The meeting will be for the peo- Zipperer's brother.
ple of St. Joe Beach to discuss the _____ ___
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Vote For and Elect

JAMES C. HORTON
County Commissioner District No. 3
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the
people of Gulf County for their wonderful vote and
support during the first primary, and earnestly soli-
cit your vote and support in the coming primary. For
those who did not support me previously, I earnestly
seek your support and vote in the second primary.
READY TO SERVE YOU AND GULF COUNTY.


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Gerber's Strained Final Touch, qt., 1 fl. oz.
Baby Food --... 6 for 65c Fabric Softener .-..... 85c
Lemon Juice !Chick of Sea Lt. Meat, 6% oz.
Realemon ......---. 8 oz. 25 Chunk Tuna -- 3 for $1
Dry Detergent, 121/ oz. Nabisco, lb. box
Trend .......... 2 boxes 39 Fig Newtons ...- 3 for 98c
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Macaroni & Cheese 23c
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BACON
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77c 39c
"Super-Right" Heavy
Western Beef Cubed

STEAKS
lb. 87c
"Super-Right" Fresh
Extra Lean Ground

BEEF
lb. 39c


Miss Coral Lee Armstrong,
bride-elect, was honored with a
tea shower Wednesday, April 23.
The lovely I. W. Duren home was
the setting for the gala occasion.
Arrangements of spring flow-
ers were placed at vantage points
throughout the party rooms.
The bride's book was placed in
the entrance hall and was flank-


ed by a vase of red rose buds.
Sharing the occasion with Miss
Armstrong was her mother, Mrs.
Carl Armstrong.
Hostesses were Mrs. T. W. Hi-
note, Mrs. Henry Chason, Mrs.
Silas R. Stone, Mrs. H. C. Brown,
Mrs. H. E. Richards, Mrs. Duren
and Mrs. H. R. Dean.


THANK YOU
I earnestly thank you, each and every one for
your fine votes and your efforts in behalf of my can-
didacy for the School Board in the May 5 primary.
Your interest in my behalf was sincerely appreciated.
EDWARD "Smitty" SMITH


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Boneless
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Miss Armstrong Is Shower Honoree


Your Courthouse Needs To Be Put
Where it Will Be Handy for Your Needs
By the very fact that you live in South Gulf County, you
are part of the group that pays 85 percent of the expenses
to operate your county government and keep up your
county courthouse.
And due to this same token, you are a part of the 72
percent of the people of Gulf County who live here, 28 miles
away from your courthouse. How can your courthouse serve
your needs adequately and efficiently, 28 miles from you?
In looking at the county records on file in the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court for everyone to see you are
going to get the opportunity to pay 85 percent of the bill to
build a new jail and enlarge the old courthouse. You will pay-
almost enough on this project to build a new courthouse.
And you will still have your courthouse 28 miles away from
you and the rest of the 72 percent of Gulf County's popula-
tion out of sight, out of mind continuing to cost you
in upkeep and higher cost for your services at the court-
house.
It costs you a lot of money to pay someone to make
your trip to the courthouse. Consider how much you make
per hour on the job. If your time isn't worth this much to
you, you should demand a cut in pay, in all fairness to your
employer. If you drive to the courthouse yourself, for your
needs, multiply your hour's travel time by your salary and
get' a picture of how much it costs you.
Let's take a little peek into the files of the Clerk of the
Court and show why we contend that you will pay for a
new jail and enlarging of the old courthouse or (we
sincerely hope) you will pay for a new courthouse within the
next five years.
In a letter from Louie L. Wainwright, Director of the
Division of Corrections, who is an expert in the knowledge
of jail needs, to the Gulf County Commission, we read these
words, dated May 22, 1963:
"The Gulf County Jail is not adequate for the county's
use the jail equipment is rusted and worn beyond
economical repair, the plumbing and sanitary facilities are
inadequate to the point, of being a health hazard To
put this jail in first class condition would cost in the neigh-
borhood of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00)
and you would still have an inadequate jail.
,On the basis of our findings I would recommend that
the county secure a separate location and construct a jail
with facilities for 50 persons ."
And looking a little further, we find a contract with a
Panama City architect-still in force-to provide drawings
for jail and courthouse expansion plans. We quote from the
scope of work contained in this contract:
"a) Making a complete survey of the existing jail facil-
ities to determine the feasibility of remodeling and modern-
izing the facilities including cost. b) To study the feasi-
bility of a new jail facility in close proximity to the Court
House building including cost. c) To study the existing
requirements of the present county offices and project the
possible expansion requirements of each office."
The architect made his report and presented his prelim-
inary drawings to the County Board on August 27, 1963 at
which time he reported that all county offices needed more
room (which is painfully evident to anyone who has been in
the courthouse) and that repair of the old jail was not feas-
ible due to the nature of the materials put into jail construc-
tion. He reported that a new jail building would cost in the
neighborhood of $140,000 and he presented his drawings
as ordered by the Commission for a new jail.
Again looking at the record, we find these words in the
County Minutes of the August 27, 1963 meeting:
Mr. Norman P. Gross, Architect presented plans for a
new jail and plans for utilizing the present jail as office
space. A new jail according to the plans would cost from
$135,000.00 to $140,000.00 at this time. After lenthy dis-
cussion, the chairman thanked Mr. Gross and informed him
that the Board would take no action on this matter in face
of the petition filed calling for an election to move the
courthouse."
This action, in effect, tabled the jail construction matter
until you could decide if you wanted the courthouse here in
South Gulf County where it would. serve your needs. The
i niatter of a new jail is not officially dead. It is still very much
.'live according to the county records.
The North end of the county has sworn to place 1400
ballots in the box on May 26 to keep your courthouse where
you cannot get to it so easily.
Since I am a part of you 85 percent of Gulf County's tax-
payers and 72 percent of Gulf County's population, I feel that
in face of this expenditure which we are sure to make, it
,-ould seem more than foolish on my part if I were not to
work for making the expenditure in South Gulf County on
a new courthouse where it will serve the people of Gulf Coun-
ty.
We have been accir':d of "coveting" the courthouse, but
we hardly see how we can be accused of "coveting" some-
thing that belongs to you to me and to every citizen
of Gulf County.


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County Board Takes Up Several

Small Items of Business Monday
In a short meeting Monday, the were appointed to examine the
County Commission took up only roofs and to make recommenda-
a few items in their meeting which tions for their repair.
had been advanced a week and a The Board also directed their at-
day to remove it from the hustle torney to foreclose on the bonds
and bustle of the second primary, for the present roofs on the build-
The Board discussed the condi- ings.
tion of the roof on the two county The Board received a letter from
health centers, both in Port St. the St. Joe Paper Company expres-
Joe and Wewahitchka. sing the company's appreciation to
Commissioners Graham, Player, the Board and the Mosquito Con-
Strickland and chairman McDaniel trol unit for the use of the two



THANK YOU
I wish to thank my friends and supporters for
their wonderful vote and I ask the good friends and
supporters of my friends Cecil Costin and Charles
McKissack, to join me in the Second Primary to put
a Gulf County man in the Senate.
Thanks a million and remember "Let
George do it!" **


GEORGE TAPPER

CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR
FIFTH DISTRICT


o6"aty cranes in combating the re-
cent fire at the paper company
wood yard.
Discussion was held in regards
to requiring all doctors in the
county to use county hospitals for
the care of county patients. The
county pays $75.00 on the hospital
bill of indigent patients.
Chairman McDaniel stated that
he is in favor of the county not
making hospital payments to out-
of-county hospitals except where
the services of specialists are re-
quired.
Commissioner Strickland observ-
ed that the doctors always give
their services to indigent patients,
therefore the Board should not re-
strict them as to the hospital they
wish to use.
Commissioner Kennedy stated
that he has always tried to purt
chase all county needs at home,
but in the case of indigent hospital
patients, it would be a saving to
the county to have all of them use
a hospital in another county be-
cause the doctor loses his fees, plus
the hospital loses on each case
since the county pays only $75.00
on each case.
Commissioner Graham stated
that he is in favor of spending the
tax dollar in Gulf County whenever
possible but on a competitive ba-
sis; but at the same time we should
help our needy people as much
as possible,
The chairman declared his rec-
pmrmendation dead because of the
lack of a motion.
S ,_ ... ..-
Visit In Alabama
Mr, and Mrs. Emory Stephens
visited with friends and relatives
in Louisville, Ala., and with Mrs.
Stephen's sister, Mrs. Lillie Mae
Walker in Eufaula, Saturday and
Sunday.
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T HAN K Y 0 U
My friends and fellow citizens of Gulf County, I
wish to thank each of you that supported me in the
May 5th Primary. I sincerely appreciate the fine
vote that you gave me. At this time I would like to
ask for your continued support. To each person that
voted for my opponents, let me say that I need your
vote and support in t1he My a .primary,
Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated.
I would like to congratulate each of my oppon.-_
ents for the manner that they conducted themselves
during this campaign.
VOTE FOR AND ELECT

B. J. "Bill" RICH, SR.

Member, Board of Public Instruction
DISTRICT TWO


St. Joe Furniture


Low Prices


Softball League

Box Scores

Below is the box scores of the
games played in the men's softball
league for the past week:
R H
Fla, Bank-- 0 0 0 1 0 8 4--8 15
Wewa Bank 3 3 1 2 4 0 0-13 17
H.R.'s Griffin (WB) Davis (FB)


Vitro 1 1 2 5 1 3 0
Wiley's _-- 1 0 3 4 2 2 1
H.R.'s Richards, 2 (Vitro)


2-
3-


R H
R H
-15 18
-16 20


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Wiley's ___ 0 0 3 1 0 1 0- 5
Wewa Bank 2 0 0 0 2 3 0- 7
H.R.'s Smith (Wewa Bank)
R
Fla. Bank__2 0 3 0 0 0 0- 5
Vitro _____ 2 0 0 11 0 0- 4
H.R.'s Versiga (Vitro)
R


Fla. Bank_ 0 1 1 0 0 1 1- 4
Wewa Bank 2 0 0 0 0 1 0- 3
H.R.'s Griffin (Wewa Bank)


Model 776N


One look inside our new Kelvinator Trimwall


shows how much mother loves her family.


"My wife is a good cook and wonderful
mother. It shows in so many ways. A good
example is the rich store of family meals
and snacks she always has on hand for us.
A lot of love and happy labor went into
that chiffon pie, the casserole and fruit
bowl.
rShe deser sto have wt time wad


work-saving conveniences of the finest
'No-Frost' refrigerator built today, our
big new KelvinatorTrimwall. It's 17-cubic-
feet big-that's twice the size of- our
old refrigerator and it fits the same floor
space. And Kelvinator's new-type cabinet
construction gives us safer food-keeping
a a &owr opciAg cost becaW Of


efficiency of the new walls. This new
construction is also designed to provide
greater strength and rigidity; truly this
cabinet was built to last a lifetime."
ej
You can own this Kelvinat-r
Trimwall for only 4 $5.00 wk.


Vitro _
Wiley's
Top


H
7
8

H
11
7


R H
3 0 0 0 5 0 1- 9 11
2 1 2 0 7 0 0-12 13
Batting Averages


Name Ave
Nance, D.
Barlowe, B.
Costin, J.
Shuford, B.
Strickland, D.
Raffield, G.
Davis, J.
Whittle, R.
Davis, L.
Norton, C.
League Standings
(May 5, 1964)


Team
Wiley's Supply
Florida Bank
Wewa Bank
Vitro Servioces


*rage
.727
.600
.562
.538
.533
.461
.454
.416
.411
.411


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3 1
2 2
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On Business Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Davis enjoyed
a business trip last week to Atlan-
ta and Augusta, Ga., and they spent
several days visiting with their son
IDoug, Jr., in Columbia, S. C.
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Kiwanis Hears of

City Progress
City Auditor and Clerk, J. B.
Williams spoke to the Kiwanis
Club Tuesday, telling them of the
progress made in the City of Port
St. Joe over the past year.
During the past year the city
has operated on its largest budget
to date and reduced millage. The
budget for the current year calls
for $351,000 with a mill rate of
13.2. The City is quickly liquidat-
ing its bonded indebtedness and
now owes only $282,000 including
what is owed on the hospital. $30,-
000 wil be paid on this indebted-
ness this year.
Improvements during the past
year include: the purchase of two
new dump trucks, a utility truck,
electric welding machine and paint-
ed and repaired the City Hall and
Centennial Building.
Money is being put aside to pur-
chase a new fire truck. Plans are
being formulated to purchase a
new tractor and another garbage
packer. A study is also being made
to put a heating and air condition-
ing system in the City Hall.
In recreation, the city has lit
the ball park in North Port St. Joe,
built three new little league ball
parks and now has a total of six
little league fields, two softball
fields and a baseball field,
Work is also progressing in the
city beautification program along
City streets and in the City park.
An intensive paving program will
be carried out to pave all the
streets in the city under the Sec-
ondary Road Program,
During the past year the city re-
paired and painted its large water
tank, replaced pumps at the canal
pumping station and put all of its


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Buzzett's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking


FOR SALE
3 BEDROOM HOME
Large utility room
1601 Marvin Ave.
CLYDE A. WHITE
Phone 227-5951


FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick
home, 1800 sq. ft. living area,
double carport with workshop and
utility storeroom. Lot 100' x 100',
landscaped front and back, 75' con-
crete driveway. Central air condi-
tioning and heating. Paneled kit-
chen with built-in cabinets, oven-
range, refrigerator-freezer, garbage
disposal, and dinette table. Wall to
wall carpeting and wall to wall,
floor to ceiling drapes in living
room area. Three bedrooms, large
paneled Florida room, living room
and dining room, Cedar lined clo-
sets, Pole mounted Channel Master
antenna with rotor and controls.
Located across from Constitution
Park in the loveliest residential
area of Port St. Joe. 109 Allen Me-
morial Way. Phone 227-2771. Price
$27,800. ItP


FOR SALE: By owner. 3 bedroom
masonry home. Located on Mar-
vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. 8tc-5-'7
e FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with oak
floors in very nice neighborhood.
Only $300 down and payment of
5 $61.00 per month. Total price of
house only $9500. 3t-5-7
7 FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house.
Chain link fence and pump. 1908
Cypress. 4tp-5-7
FOR SALE: 1960 Ford con-
vertible. Good condition.
I $895. See David Rich at Rich
Super Market.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house. 513 8th St. $40.00 mo.
Phone 227-8806. 2tp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, downstairs. $55.00 a
month. Located at 507 10th St.,
near Elementary School. For fur-
ther information call 229-2002. 2tp
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 tfc-4-9
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom frame
house on corner lot in Oak Grove
Has deep well and shade trees.
Call 227-3021. 4tp-4-23
FOR RENT: 2 well furnished mo-
dern triplex apartments. Water
side. Mexico Beach. Phone 648-
3675 or 227-4261. tfc-4-23
FOR RENT: 10th St., 5 room house,
unfurnished, $35 mo. 10th St., 2
bedroom house furnished, $35 mo.
Long Ave., 5 room unfurnished
house, $40 mo. See Mrs. Nora Du-
ren, Phone 227-5471 or phone 229-
2941. 2c-1-16
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
1007 Monument Ae. For informa-
tion call 227-5471, or 229-2941. tfc
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish-
ed apartment. One 2-bedroom
unfurnished apt. Two 1-bedroom
'houses, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy, Phone 227-5111.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed, newly painted apartment.
509 10th St. $40.00 per month. Itc
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., 227-4311 tfc-11-21


FOR RENT or SALE: Large 3 bed-
room house. Furnished or un-
furnished. On 1st St., St. Joe Beach.
J. D Clark. 227-7771. tfc
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large 2
bedroom house. Fenced back
yard. Nice neighborhood. Phone
227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished ap-
artment. 1505 Monument Ave.,.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-4-16
FOR RENT: spacious three bedrm
home at 609 Garrison Ave. Con-
venient to town and schools. Large
yard area. Quiet neighborhood.
Call 229-3431. tfc-5-7


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom nicely fta-r
nished apartment. Close to town,.
Call 229-4171. Brinson. Itp,
PERSONALIZED RUBBER STAMP
One day service. J. A. Blackwell,
Phone 227-8476. tfc-4-23
WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13.


WANTED: Short order cook. No
phone calls. Apply at Daisy
Queen. tfc-4-16
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: Man or
woman to supply consumers with
Rawleigh Products in Gulf Co., Qr
Port St. Joe. Can earn $50 weekl y;
part time-$100 and up full time.
Write Rawleigh FAE 100 336, Meil-
phis, Tenn., 8tp-5-7
TUPPERWARE home parties have
openings for 4 dealers in Port
St. Joe and surrounding area to
help with summer business. 2 full
time, 2 part time. Commission, Car
necessary. Call 648-4299. Will be in.
terviewed in your home. Itp
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
Office. Local and Long Distance
Moving. Free Estimates.
JOHNNY L. MIMS MOLDING SUP-
PLY CO. Manufacturers of cyp-
ress molding, small boat repair.
Specializing in kitchen cabinets.
Phone 648-4367, St. Joe Beach. 4tp
RINGS LOST: If anyone finds a sr.
class ring with initials MWB or
PS in them please contact Wayne
Bryant (229-1711) or Paul Simmons
(227-2153).
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
. t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St Joe, Fla. Phone 229-336I fo-
lu iher information or write P. 0.
Lu, 535.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Purt St. Joe 1,odge
No .111, F. & A. M., eve3r first
and third Thui dauy at 8 00 p m.


N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary


WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
JOE EVANS, High Priest
JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
NOTICE
I will not be responsible for
lebts incurred by anyone other
than myself.
Mrs. George Montgomery 3t
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
We the undersigned, being duly
sworn, do hereby declare under
oath that the names of all persons
interested in the business or pro-
fession carried on under the name
of Johnnie L. Mims Moulding Sup-
ply Company at Port St. Joe Beach,
Florida and the extent of the in.
terest of each is as follows:
Johnnie L. Mims, undivided
Lucy V. Mims, undivided
---------9


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1964
deep well pumps, used for emer-
gency, into first class operating 2 .
condition. 1,? m
Guests of the club were Sandra
Bass, Gayle Odum, Al Cathy and
Rex Buzzett from the High School;
Floyd Roberts of Nederland, Texas
and Wally Dodson. ; '






I wish to thank my many supporters who
cast their ballots and their support in my be-
half in the May 5 Primary for your County
Judge.
I earnestly solicit your continued support
in the second primary election.
I would invite those who voted for Earl
Tom Pridgeon to cast their support in our be-
half.


FRANaK PATE Jr.
CANDIDATE FOR

COUNTY JUDGE


FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet Bis-
cayne, 4-door. $595.00. See at 131
Bellamy Circle or call 229-3611. 3t
FOR SALE: At White City. 2 bed-
room block house. Excellent con-
dition. 2 new utility houses, double
steel carport on big lots. Priced to
sell at $8,500.0. Phone 229-2428. tfc
FOR SALE: 5 room house in Oak
Grove. 107 Jackson St. $1500.
Phone 229-3741 after 5:00 p.m. 4p
OR ,SALE: Grassed lots, well
drained, with pines. Ready for
building. 100'x175'. Back of lots
close to canal property in White
City. Phone 229-2428. tfc-2-27


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Registrar Murray W. Ienna said,
TWO Local Girls to 980 students getting a bachelor's
Graduate From FSU degree, 141 a master's and 21 a doc-
Graduate From FSU torate.
TAL4AHASSEE- Florida State Commencement ceremonies were
University this week announced Iheld on April 18 but since grades
the names of 1142 graduates re- were not yet in the diplomas could
ceivingi degrees at the end of Tri- not be issued at the time.
mester II. Among those graduating from
Diplomas were mailed this week Port St. Joe were Coral Lee Arm-
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Friday Night, 7:30 p.m. at Stac House
Local Jehovah's W witness :n I..F. -
ary Miss Lottie Hall will piL-,-nr *
a public showing of 350 otf ihe I
world tour color slides Frid. : .. .
ning, May 8, 7:30 p.m. at thli Frt .
St. Joe Community Center ,Stic
House) on Eighth Street. .'-
Miss Hall and her miniosnal:.v -
mother made the around-th- '..: 'rld
tour last summer with 583 o:rhIer
Jehovah Witnesses.
The pictures deal with rra, ,. .
and interesting sights thro, ,i.ii, "
Europe, Asia and the Far E. in:l
lands south of the Equator l'-,.
show on-the-spot views of -':rio nI
tration camp horrors, rock, tnm .
ple ruins, magnificent pago(ld : : .
unusual natural life such ., the i' '
Kiwi and Maori of New Zeala. 'if '
special interest is the trip thlr..u
the long lost Rose-Red City ,f P-.. ',
ra (called Sela in the Bibb. 1; l;
kilometers south of Jei.'::al:.rn
halfway to Mt. Sinai.
The pictures last more than I,.
hours and everyone is w..l...ir.,,
Admission is free.

Vote Tuesday, May 26 to re-
locate the Gulf County Seat.


At the entrance to Old Corinth
Miss Hall climbed stony heights
to examine sturdy Corinthian
temple columns with inscriptions
and view historic ruins. She
says marble souvenirs were plen-
tiful and has a fine collection.


Proclamation
II T STATE OF FLORIDA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
WHEREAS, radio broadcasting is
an essential service in creating
o Public awareness to constantly
S changing situations in community,
state, nation and the world ,and
WORLD'S WHEREAS, radio advertising
DURABILITY stimulates commerce which helps
CHAMPION! maintain a stable economy, and
HA I WHEREAS, our radio station is
consistently offering facilities for
the furthering of civic projects
sales 10/ that benefit all, and stand ready
to give selfless aid in times of cri-
up Io sis, and
WHEREAS, the radio broadcast-
ers have endeavored to provide all
listeners with programs designed
to inform, educate and entertain;
IVWR'1 NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank
DE I-i RY. Hannon, by virtue of the authority
vested in me as Mayor of the City
of Port St. Joe, do hereby proclaim
VW IDE May, 1964, as Radio Month in Port
St. Joe, and call upon all people to
1''.T 'W'CTIONr note the record of achievements of
the radio broadcasting industry.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
Still priced belw hereunto set my hand and caused
Still priced befcthe Great Seal of the City of Port
5 out of 6 St. Joe to be affixed, this 29th day
compact models! of April, A.D., 1964.

St. Joe Motor Co FRANK HANNONyor
322 Monument Ave.
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Press Institute

Bing Offered for
Hi School Students
Local high school students may
enroll in the FSU School Press In-
stitute this summer and receive
credit for a one-year course in high
school journalism, Dr. Joe Hooten,
Principal of Florida High School,
Tallahassee, announced this week.
Commenting on this innovation,
Dr. Hootoen said, "Florida High
School is the first high school in
the Big Bend area-so far as we
know-to offer a basic journalism
course with full credit during the
summer."
The class will meet daily from
8:15 a.m to 12:30 pm., from June
18 to August 7 on the campus of
Florida State University. Enroll-
ment is limited, but students with-
in driving distance may enroll.
The fee is $3.75.
Emphasis will be on understand-
ing mass media, solving student
publication problems, getting and
writing the news, and writing re-
views, columns, articles and editor-
ials. Some attention also will be
given to creative writing.
The course will be taught by Dr.
Laurence R. Campbell, FSU profes-
sor of English education, and Rob-
ert Sanchez, instructor in English
and journalism at Florida High
School.


Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, May 11
Lima beans, spiced ham, butter-
ed spinach, celery sticks, apple
pie, white bread, butter and milk.
Tuesday, May 12
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap.
beans, Spring salad, hot biscuits
and butter, jelly and milk.
Wednesday, May 13
Hamburgers, potato sticks, sliced
tomatoes, onions and dills, fruit
cup, butter and milk.
Thursday, May 14
Ham and potatoes, turnip greens,
cabbage slaw, prunes, corn bread
and butter, milk.
Friday, May 15
Tuna fish salad, English peas,
stuffed celery, Ritz crackers, fruit
Jell-o, parkerhouse rolls, butter
and milk.

To Attend Convention
HOLLYWOOD Dr. J. Wayne
Hendrix of Port St. Joe will offi-
cially represent the Franklin-Gulf
County Medical Society at the 90th
annual meeting of the Florida Med-
ical Association being held here
May 7-10. Elected by his local
group as a member of the state as-
sociation's House of Delegates, Dr.
Hendrix will help decide-along
with delegates from the other 40
county medical societies the
FMA's policies.


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NOTICl OP CHAN l or
IgaVI Not.ices MEETING
Legal No cesIV IL The Board of County Commis-
sibk'ers of Gulf County, Florida
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Attention of bidders is particu have ordered its regular meetings
larly called to the requirements as for the month of May changed
Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL, to conditions o empl moment to be from the Second and Fourth Tues-
Contract No. 1, Highland View observed and minimum wage rates daFst regular ollmeeting, May 4,
Water & Sewer District. to be paid under the contract. Fist 0aM
Highland View, Florida. No bidder may withdraw his bid 1964 at 9:00 A.M.
Separate sealed bids for the con- within 60 days after the actual Second regular meeting, May 25,
struction of a 200 GPM well comrn- date of the opening thereof. 1964 at 9:00 A.M.
plete with pump for the Highland Highland View Water This change is for the month of
View Water & Sewer District, & Sewer District May 964o unty Commisisoners.
Highland View, Florida, will be re- Highland View, Florida Board of County, FlCommisisonersda
ceived by the Board of Comnmis- P. T. McCormick, Chrin., Gulf C: ounty, Florida
sioners of the Highland View Wa- Board of Commissioners By: James G. McDaniel, ChTmn.
ter & Sewer District at the office Plans available in Dodge Rooms, ATTEST:
of Florida Engineering. Associates, Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom- George Y. Core, Clerk 2t-4-30
Inc., 400 East 3rd St., Port St. Joe, cry- -
Florida, until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E. Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc. NOTICE TO ALL
S.T., 15th day of May, 1964, and Consulting Engineers VETERANS OF GULF COUNTY
then at School Auditorium, High- p. O. Box 947 4t-4-16 The County Service Officer will
land View, Florida, publicly open- Port St. Joe, Florida be a t th e following locations to
ed and read aloud. be at the following locations to
The Information for Bidders, assist you with your veteran prob-
Form of Bid, Form of Contract,
Plans, Specifications, and Forms of ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS lems:
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay- Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL, American Legion office hours:
ment Bond, and other contract doc- Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
uments may be examined at the Contract No. 3, Highland View from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday
following: offices of Florida Engin- Water & Sewer District from 10:00 m to 11:30 a.m.
eering Associates, Inc., at 400 East Highland View, Florida from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida. Separate sealed bids for the con- Wewahitchka at the Court House
Copies may be obtained at the struction of water distribution every second and fourth Wednes-
sociates, Inc., loricated at 400 East nains, office building, and water day from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., CST.
sociateset, ,Port S located at 400 Floridast treatment facilities for the High- Albert T. Thames is the County
3rd Street, Port St. Joe Florid each set. land View Water & Sewer District, Service Officer.
on payment of $15.00 or each set. Highland View, Florida will be re-
Any unsueoeessful bidder, upon re- ceived by the Board of Commission-
turning such set promptly and in ceive y teHighland View Water & C
good condition, will be refunded ers of the Highland View Water &
hisgood condition, and any non-biddeSewer District at the office of Flor- NOTICE OF FORM OF BALLC
upon so returning such a set wmi ida Engineering Associates, 0 ELECTION ON
be refunded $10.00. East 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Flor- ELECTION ON
The owner reserves the right to ida until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T.,
waive any informalities or to re- 15th day of May, 1964, and then at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ject any or all bids. or to re- School Auditorium, Highland View, missioners of Gulf County, Floric
Each bidder must deposit with Florida publicly opened and read below for use in the Special El
his bid, security in the amount, aloud. question of the location of the c
form and subject to the conditions The Information for Bidders, objection to the form of the ball
provided in the Information for Form of Bid, Form of Contract with the Clerk Circuit Court of G
Bidders. Plans, Specifications, and Forms of the llth day of May, 1964.
Attention of bidders is particu- Bid Bond, Performance and Pay BOARD OF
larly called to the requirements as ment Bond, and other contract doc- BOARD-FU
to. conditions of employment to be uments may be examined at the GULF COU
observed and minimum wage rates following: offices of Florida Engin- By: JAMES
to be paid under the contract. peering Associates, Inc., at 400 East
No bidder may withdraw his bid 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida. ATTEST:
within 60 days after the actual date Copies may be obtained at the GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
if the opening thereof. office of Florida Engineering As-
Highland View Water & sociates, Inc., located at 400 East
Sewer District 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida up- FORM 0
Highland View, Florida on payment of $15.00 for each set. FORM
P. T. McCormick, Chmn., Any unsuccessful bidder, upon re-
Board of Commissioners turning such set promptly and in
Plans available in Dodge Rooms, good condition, will be refunded OFFICIAL BALLOT TO DE
Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom- his payment, and any non-bidder
ery ,upon so returning such a set will COUNTY SEAT OF GU
Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc. berefunded $10.00.
Consulting Engineers The owner reserves the right to May 2C
Consu. Bltoxing Engineers 4t-4-16 waive any informalities or to re-
P. o. JBox 9e o ida- ject any or all bids.
Port St. Joe, Florida Each bidder must deposit with Gulf County Prec
his bid, security in the amount,
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS form and subject to the conditions
Project No. APW-FLA-150 GL, provided in the Information for
Contract No. 2, Highland View Bidders. Pursuant to petition I
Contract No. 2, HighlandAttention of bidders is particu- change the location of the
Water & Sewer District. larly called to the requirements as
Highland View, Florida. to conditions of employment to be Florida, an election has bee:
Separate sealed bids for the con- observed and minimum wage rates mark a cross (X) in the squ
struction of 100,000 gallon elevated to be paid under the contract.ark a cross (X) in the sq
water storage tank complete with No bidder may withdraw his bid of the location for which yoi
foundations for the Highland View within 60 days after the actual tion of the county seat of C
Water & Sewer District, Highland date of tLh opening thereof.
View, Florida will be received by Highland View, Water
The Board of Commissioners of the & Sewer District
Highland View Watbr & Sewer Dis- Highland View, Florida
trict at the office of Florida Engin- P. T. McCormick, Chn. NAME OF CITY
eering Associates, Inc., 400 East Board of Commissioners NAME(OF CITY
3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Florida, Plans available in Dodge Rooms,
until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 15th Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom-
day of May, 1964, and then at ery NAME OF CITY
School Auditorium, Highland View, Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc.
'lorida, publicly opened and read Consulting Engineers
aloud. P. 0. Box 947 4t-4-16
The Information for Bidders, Port St. Joe, Florida
Form of Bid, Form of Contract, -_
Plans, Specifications, and Forms of
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay- NOTICE OF ELECTION
ment Bond, and other contract doc-
uments may be, examined at the Notice is hereby given that an
following: offices of Florida En- election has been called in Gulf
gineering Associates, Inc., at 400 County, Florida, for the purpose ofST METH
East 3rd Street, Port St. Joe, Flor- determining whether or not the FR M T
ida. location of the county seat of Gulf
Copies may be obtained at the of- County, Florida shall be changed. Intersection Monum
fice of Florida Engineering locat- Said election will be held on the
ed at 400 East 3rd Street, Port St. 26th day of May, 1964, by separate REV. THOMAS S. H
Joe, Florida, upon payment of ballot, and all persons qualified to
$15.00 for each set. Any unsuccess- vote under the General Election
ful bidder, upon returning such set Laws of Florida shall be eligible to Evening Worship
promptly and in good condition, vote thereon.
will be refunded hispayment, and Dated this 20th day of April, Church School
any non-bidder upon so returning 1964. MORNING WORSHIP
such a set will be refunded $10.00. BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION MORNING WORSHIP
The owner reserves the right to GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Bible Study (Wednesday)
waive any informalities or to re- By JAMES G .McDANIEL, Methodist Youth Fellows.
ject any or all bids. Chairman
Each bidder must deposit with ATTEST:
his bid, security in the amount, GEORGE Y. CORE, PANAM
form and subject to the conditions Clerk 4N
provided in the Information for (SEAL) 4t-4-23NESS


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Hunting Season
Will Open This \
Year On Nov. 14
TALLAHASSEE Florida's
1964-65 general hunting season for
resident game birds and animals
will open Saturday, November 14,
except in the Third Conservation
District where the season will open
November 21.
The opening date-applying to
deer, turkey, quail, squirrel and
bear, was set at a formal meeting
of the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission at Tallahassee April
24, according to A. D. Aldrech,
director.
Hunting will be allowed every
day in the First, Third, and Fourth
Conservation Districts, and in the
Second District except in Dixie,
Gilchrist and Levy Counties. In the
Fifth Conservation District, every
day hunting will be allowed in that
portion of the district located
south of State Road 50, and west of
the St. Johns River.
Where staggered-day hunting

OT TO BE USED IN SPECIAL
MAY 26, 1964
that the Board'of County Com.-
da will prepare the ballot shown
election of May 26, 1964 on the
county seat. If any voter has an
)t, said objection should be filed
eulf County, Florida on or before

F COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
NTY, FLORIDA
G. McDANIEL, Chairman
4t-4-30


F BALLOT

TERMINE LOCATION OF
LF COUNTY, FLORIDA
6, 1964

inct No ..................

praying for an election to
county seat of Gulf County,
n called and to vote hereon,
aare at the right of the name
)u desire to vote for the loca-
3ulf County, Florida.


IDIST CHURCH
ent and Constitution
ARRIS, D.D., Minister

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is in force, hunting will be allowed
every day during the first nine
days, and the period between No-
vember 25 and November 29 and
between December 23 and January
3. Monday, Tuesdays, and Fridays
will be-closed at all other times.
Shooting hours for resident game
species will remain at from one-
hour before sunrise to one-hour
after sunset of each open day.
Hunters will be provided with
two turkey hunting seasons during
the 1964-65 season. The first sea-
son opens with the general hunting
season and allows the hunter to
harvest three turkeys of either
sex. The second season opens March
13 to March 28 in that portion of
the State located south of State
Road 50, and March 27 to April
11, north of State Road 50. Hunters
will be allowed to take two gob-
blers during this second turkey
season.

Veterans May Make
Extra Payments
On Their Homes
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.- Vet-
erans with GI loans may make ex-
tra payments to their mortgage
holders at any time, as announced
by Melvin T. Dixon, of the Florida
Department of Veterans Affairs,
or they may pay off their entire
loan without any penalty charge.
The minimum extra payment a
veteran may make on his GI loan
is the amount of one monthly pay-
ment or $100.00 whichever is less.
VA loan guaranty officials pointed
this out while discussion this with
Dixon.
Should the veteran later become
hard pressed for money, Dixon
added, the extra payment already
made may if the lender agrees
be reapplied to regular payments
in order to prevent the loan from
going into default.

A vote to move the Courthouse
on May 26 will be a vote for pro-
gress for Gulf County.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1964


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SETS


ALL 4
PIECES


MATCHING PIECES NOW ON DISPLAY AT LOW, LOW PRICES


Prestige
BREAD BOXES


ea. $1.59


2 Pc. Prestige
CAKE SAFE ea. $1.49


2 Qt. Round
WASTE CANS
Step-On
WASTE CANS


ea. $1.49
ea. $1.98


NATIONALLY KNOWN
AND TRUSTED!


HORMEL


SPAM

STANDARD
12 OZ. CAN
Blue Bonnet
OLEO lb. ctn. 25c


FRESH, GRADE "A" FRYER
BREASTS
FRESH, GRADE "A" FRYER
LEGS 'N THIGHS
FRESH, GRADE "A" FRYER
WINGS
FRESH, LEAN, FIRST CUT
PORK CHOPS


FRESH,
R B


On Display at Piggly Wiggly-Gold Seal
DOG FOOD 6 pak 83c


PET RITZ FROZEN CREAM
PI ES


Chocolate,
Lemon or
Coconut

3
15 OZ.
PIES


LEAN CENTER
CHOPS


lb. 45c

lb. 43c

lb. 25c

lb. 45c

lb. 59c


SVE GIVE
S&H GREEN STAMPS!


PLYMOUTH BRAND PT. JAR

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350 S&H STAMPS
WITH SPECIALS LISTED BELOW
USDA INSPECTED, FRESH
GROUND BEEF REG. PRIKGCE


Carnation
INST. MILK
3 qt. pkg. 29c
Yellow Rose
TEA
8 oz. pkg. 49c


Pennant
Oil Sausage
no. 5 can 89c
Schick Injector
BLADES
20's, 98c


HOSE
Price


Schick D. E. Stainless
Steel Blades
5's, 79c


MINUTE MAID
FROZEN ORANGE DELITE
12 oz. can 39c


5 LB. BAG ORANGES
AT REG. PRICE


GET N W S&H STAMP
Y 0 UR PREMIUM


CATALOG


NEW!


- 6 OZ. CANS
6 cans 99c


NOW on Display At Piggly Wiggly!
S&H GREEN STAMP IDEA BOOKS


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PIGGLY
WIGGLY


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Any Pair
NYLON
at Reg.


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PIGGLY
WIGGLY


TODAY!


SNOW CROP FROZEN
SAMOA DRINKS


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Our store operation would not be possible without *
the help of all the wonderful "Moms" who shop 4 i
Jitney regularly. THANKS AND WELCOME! I


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA -- PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY -- MAY 6, 7, 8 and 9


CLUB


STEAK


69c


BEEF SHORT LB.
BRISKET 19C


BEEF STEW
RIBS


LB.
29c


FRESH GROUND

BEEF


lb. 29c


Rib
Steak
LB.
59c


GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY MEATS BEST ANYWHERE IN TOWN


BEEF CHUCK

ROAST


lb. 35c


Shoulder
Round
Roast
LB.
59c


Copeland 12 Oz.
Franks, 3 for
99c
Boneless Beef LB.
STEW 59c


Dilmore
Sausage


LB.
59c


ARMOUR'S 8 to 12 Lb. Size

TURKEYS


lb. 39c


MOUNTAIN GROWN LB. CAN

COFFEE


Ib. can 69c


LIMIT 1 WITH


Garden Fresh

Produce


ROBIN HOOD

FLO


$5.00 or MORE ORDER


GA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM


BLACKEYE


Peas 2 lbs. 25c


FRESH YELLOW


6 ears 39c


EGGS

4 doz.


$1.00


BAKERITE


UR 51b.bag53c

JITNEY JUNGLE 14 OZ. BOTTLES

CATSUP bottles 29c
Kraft's Parkay Blue Sea Chunk Style-V/2 Size
Margarine TUNA
4 lbs.$1.00 4 cans 97c
AMERICAN BEAUTY 300 Size
Pork'N' Beans 4-39c
Kraft, 18 Oz. Size Ballard or Pillsbury
SB-B-Q Sauce BISCUITS
S39C 5 cans 45c
Jack and Beanstalk 303 Can


TENDER FRESH


OKRA


UK I nin


Ib. 29c


GOLDEN RIPE


Bananas 2 Ibs. 25c

We Give Grand


Prize Stamps


McKENZIE'S FROZEN


KRINKLE KUT


3 lb. can

S49C


Potatoes


BEANS
CUT WHOLE
23c 25c


Giant Size


Super Suds


55c


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2 Ib. bag 35


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Corn


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Grand Prize Stamps
Every Day With Your
$5.00 or More Order


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Specials for Wed., May 6
through Tuesday, May 12


U. S. POSTAGE
PAID
Sec. 34.66 P.L.&R,
Port St. Joe, FIl


Permit No. 30
PATRON
BOX HOLDER
RURAL ROUTE


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Avacado
PEARS

19c
EACH
Sunkist
LEMONS

29c
DOZEN
Guaranteed
Ripe
Ice
Cold
Water-
Melons
Fresh
CELERY
STALK

10c
White
CABBAGE
POUND

5c
Noboil
BLEACH
QUART

13c
HALF GAL.

23c
Pure
LARD
HALF GAL.

39c


GOOD SINGLE
BANANAS

Lb. lOc
HOME GROWN
CLIKES or BELL PEPPERS
4 for 19c
GARDEN FRESH
Blackeye Peas
Yellow Squash


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U. S. NO. 1. IRISH

POTATOES

10lbs. 39c
WITH $5.00 ORDER
GARDEN FRESH
FRESH CORN

6 ears 39c
VINE RIPENED
TOMATOES

lb. 15c
TENDER
GREEN BEANS

lb. 12c
Guaranteed No Strings
YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER AT RICH'S
Plus One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' LARGE

EGGS FREE
With $10.00 Order or More


SWIFT SELECT GRAIN FED HEAVY
Beef Round Special


Full Cut
ROUND STEAK
GROUND ROUND


L79c


MINUTE STEAKS


6 for 39C
GOOD LEAN RED

GROUND BEEF

3 Lbs. 99c

Pork LOIN Sale!
Whole or Half9
Lb. 49c
CENTER CUT


PO



Quarte


RK CHO

Lb. 59c
FOR BARBECUEING
r Loin I1


CAREY
SALT & SHAKER
2 BOXES

19c
CUKES, BELL PEPPERS
and TOMATOES


QUART BOX

25c


PS



. 45c


PURINA
DOG CHOW
25 LB. BAG
$2.59
50 Pb. bag $4.89
JIM DANDY
DOG RATION
25 LB. BAG
$1.99
50 lb. bag $3.89
EMPRESS, REG. 29c
ALUMINUM FOIL
2 rolls 49c


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THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ONLY, MAY 6 -1:00 to 6:30 P.M. Only


- Shop Rich's


Wednesday and Save More


Center Cut
Pork Chops
Pound
49c


Ground
BEEF
3 LBS.
79c


Mixed
Fryer
LEGS & BREAST
3 Ibs. $1.09
BACKS & WINGS
4 Ibs. 69c


Pepsi Cola
Bottle
Sc
With $5.00 Order


Cello Bag
Celery, Carrots
and Radishes
Bag
5c


Sunkist
LEMONS
DOZEN
19c


Tender Green
BEANS
POUND
9c


White
SQUASH
POUND
3c


Frozen
Turnips, Collards
and Mustard
BOX
12c


Ga. Grade A Lge.
EGGS
2 DOZ.
49c
With $5.00 Order *


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BIG SCOOP

ICE MILK
Half 39
Gallon C
NO. 303 CAN STANDARD
TOMATOES

2 cans 25c
ROBIN HOOD

FLOUR

10 Ibs. 89c
WITH $5.00 ORDER
MARS REG. 10c BARS
CANDY

3 bars 21c
SHOWBOAT, NO. 300 CANS
Pork & Beans

2 cans 19c
CANADA DRY
Canned Drinks

6 cans 49c
GERBER STRAINED

Baby Food
10 JARS

97c
GA. GRADE 'A'

Large Eggs

2 doz. 78


Robin Hood
FLOUR
25 POUND
BAG

$1.98

Pork & Beans
Blackeye Peas
VIENNAS
Potted Meat
Sardines
Tomatoes
Spaghetti
Kidney Beans
Canada Dry
DRINKS
10 Cans

95c

Charcoal
BRIQUETTES
20 Lb. Bag

98C
Bama
Salad
Dressing
QUART

39c
Nabisco
Saltines

28c
POUND BOX
Horse
FEED
100 LB. BAG
$4.50
Ground
SNAP
CORN
100 LB. BAG
$2.95


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Pre Inventory Clearance


We Have 20 Floor to Ceiling POLE LAMPS
In modern, Early American or Contemporary Styles
YOUR CHOICE OF ANY STYLE OR COLOR

$14.95


VALUES UP TO $32.50


2 Stratford Recliner Chairs
Gold, Green. Reg. $109.95

$69.95
4 DANISH MODERN
Walnut finished wood arms and ideal for den or
play room

Occasional Chairs $29.95

1 Kroehler Sofa and Chair
Foam cushions and nylon covers. In beautiful
Champagne color Reg. $189.95 Value

now $129.95

Odd Nite Tables ea. $10.00
WE HAVE TWO LOVELY
4-Piece SECTIONAL
that must go! One nylon, one fabric, pale green and
rust red Regular sells for $199.95
now your choice $15'9.00

One 23" Color TV SET
Console model in walnut wood grain finish.
REGULARLY SELLS FOR $649.95
only $449.95
and Your Old TV in working condition

ALL SAMSONITE LUGGAGE
GOING AT CLOSE-OUT PRICES
Odd pieces and colors Your Choice
30% off regular price

8 Cosco SERVING CART

up to 2000 val. each $8.00

2 Walnut Rattan End Tables
1 WALNUT RATTAN COCKTAIL TABLE
all three tables $29.95
In Formica finish. These tables regularly sell
for $24.95 each

Free Delivery No Outside Financing
EASY PAYMENT TERMS


We Will Be Closed for Inventory
ALL DAY TUESDAY, MAY 26
One High Back

PLATFORM ROCKER
a steal at $37.50


win


MOTHERS DAY SPECIAL


I ae BUY THE MIRACLE MIXER ENSEMBLE OF ALL TIME!


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Floor samples
One of A Kind
Odd Pieces
BONUS SAVINGS


One Double Dresser, Mirror, Chest and
Panel Bed
In French Provencial Style. Antique White and Gold
A REGULAR $149.95 VALUE

$99.95


LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN
One 60" TRIPLE DRESSER BASE
Antique white and gold

only $39.95
One only Five drawer In fruitwood finish
French Provencial Chest

only $29.95
ONE LARGE FAMILY SIZE
with 6 high back dining chairs Reg. $279.95


Walnut Table


BUY ANY OF THESE SPECIALS ON

DANLEY'S EASY TERMS
No Outside Financing When You Deal With Danley
IT TAKES ONLY A MINUTE TO OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT


9 X 12
All Wool Braided Rugs
while they last. $34.95
9x12 Nylon Rugs -----$39.95
9x12 Rayon Rugs --- $19.95
9x12 Fiber Rugs -----...- $14.95
One Maple
By Fox. Loose cushion with
zipper cover. A $69.95 value.
ARM ROCKER
sale price $49.00


7-Piece
DINETTE
with formica top and
easy to wash plastic
covered chairs in
gleaming chrome or
bronze-tone finish.
Choice of Colors
$69.95


One Murphy-Miller High Back
SWIVEL ROCKER
and FOOT STOOL
A Reg. $89.95 value now going
for only
going for $59.95
ONE SET
PANEL BUNK BED
in solid oak with metal rails.
may be used for twin beds
$34.50


$169.00


One Trogden Mahogany
Glassed Front China $89.95

One 5-Piece Dining Set
In Salem maple. Includes buffet, hutch top, matching
drop leaf table with formica top and two deacon
benches. A beautiful group
$189.00
FLOOR SAMPLE SLIGHTLY DAMAGED
Oak Table and 6 Dining Chairs
Reg. $19995 now $109.95

While They Last

LOVELY TABLE LAMPS

only $2.50 each
SPECIAL

2-Piece SOFA SUITE
In beautiful nylon covers in gold, beige, brown,
turquoise, and sea foam While They Last

Reg. $13995 now $99.95
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF
Windmaker FLOOR and WINDOW FANS
(5 Year Warranty)
Also Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONERS


4 KROEHLER SOFAS
Choice of colors Values up to $239.95
your choice $169.00


COmplete Home F~ishings...


F /ITffURE mca


STARTING APRIL 28 -- 9:15 to 9:30 -- DANLEY IS .
SPONSORING A GOSPEL ROUND UP
Be sure to listen. You may be called for valuable prizes. If you are tuned to
this program when we call, you may come to Danley's for a valuable gift.

ALSO LISTEN TO GOOD VALUES OFFERED!


Famous Brand Names
Kroehler, Sealy, Samsonite,
Jamison, Temple-Stewart,
and many others.


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