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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 28, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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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).
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THE STAR

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


1 PER

COPY


TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, PLORIDA,


THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1964


NI


COUNTY


PRECINCT NUMBER I 1


GOVERNOR
Haydon Burns 513


Robert King High
STATE SENATOR
George G. Tapper


Luther C. Tucker 332 300
COUNTY JUDGE
Sam P. Husband 469 497


Frank Pate, Jr.
COUNTY COMMISSION-Dist. 1
A. J. Strickland


T. D. "Doe" Whitfield


126


432 416 81


157 161


COUNTY COMMISSION-DIST. 3
James C. Horton 272 226


S. C. Player


294


COUNTY COMMISSION-DIST. 5
Jack E. Hammock 138 ]
Leo Kennedy 420 4
Mem., BD. PUB. INST.-Dist. 2
E. L. Antley 230 |


B. J. "Bill" Rich
Mem., BD. PUB. INST.-Dist. 4
C. E. Boyer


Eldridge Money


COUNTY SEAT
Port St. Joe


Wewahitchka


325
343


I 212
13


S556


SEAT


21 3 41 5 61 '71 8 9 101 11


392 110 42 511 195 27 125 459 384 326


149 15 2 18 12


444 I 23 20 33


320'
77


7 31 313 110 35 466 393 340 407 268
7 13 237 107 5 115 103 77 173 1539
1 31 241 98 17 234 147 121 184 2150
5 | 13 315 120 | 25 335 357 296 394 2104
0 20 171 80 9 249 202 146 186 2001
6 21 380 139 3 290 289 246 386 2151
7 20 229 158 16 267 349 279 4161 2299
2 22 328 61 22 282 146 134 153 183:
W 26 312 122 23 261 340 305 366 2051
8 | 14 242 93 14 302 164 107 211 2062
7 22 279 93 20 207 232 191 249 1831
1 20 257 124 | 22 359 264 226 316 2288


335 83 20 151 62 18 416 166 150 190 1934
196 47 23 391 150 22 146 339 263 379 | 2168
9 6 13 406 123 36 498 394 359 483 2350
566 126| 27i 26 89 8 76 70 40 89 1773


Close Counts Reflect Keen



Interest In Local Contests


In one of the closest elections in
years in Gulf County, three incum-
bent candidates met defeat Tues-
day at the polls and two retained
their seats by the narrowest of
margins.
There were 4,287 Gulf Countians
who went to the polls in the second
primary Tuesday to cast a vote of
81% of the registered voters. This
is almost unheard of in Gulf Coun-
ty second primary voting.-
Voting went strong in all pre-
cincts, but it was feared the trend
would weaken in Port St. Joe Tues-
day afternubn as it beg.a.o W i;.
However, the rain lasted for only
30 minutes or so, and the voters of
the city went on to cast a record
ballot.
There were 74 more ballots cast
in the second primary than there
were cast in the first primary on
May 5.

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.

Jn the Senqtor's race, Gulf coun-
ty was responsible for electing iMs
native son, George Tapper, over.
the incumbent, Luther Tucker byi
a margin of 903 votes. Tapper ear-:
ried Gulf county by a margin of
1,142 votes and Franklin by a mar,
gin of 472 votes to take his victory,
Tucker out-polled Tapper in Liber.


ty, 763 to 709 and Wakulla, 1181 to
924,
County Ofifces
In the county offices the victor-
ies went as follows:
Sam P. Husband over Frank Pate
for County Judge, 2150 to 2104,
T. D. Whitfield over incumbent
A. J. Strickland, for County Com-
missioner, District 1. 2156 to 2001.
James Horton over incumbent 8,
C. Player for County Commissioner,
District 3, 2299 to 1831,
Incumbent Leo Kennedy defeat-
ed Jack Hammock for County Com--
missioner, District 5, 2062 to 2051.
This race will be recounted
this morning at the request of
Mr. Hammock.
B. J. Rich defeated E. L. Antley
for Member, Board of Public In-
struction, District 2, 2288 to 1831.
Eldridge Money defeated incum-
bent C. E. Boyer for Member, Board
of Public Instruction, District 4 by
a vote of 2168 to 1934.
We Pick A Winner
In the Governor's race, Gulf
County voted with the majority of
Florida in electing Haydon Burns
Governor. Gulf gave Burns 3207
votes to 777 for Robert King High.

ATTENDING WORLD'S FAIR
AS GUEST OF PHILCO
Prestgn Jones of St. Joe Radio
and TV of Port St. Joe is attending,
the New York World's Fair thi's
week as the guest of the Philco
Corporation,
Mr, Jones is being treated by
Philco as the result of being one
of the winners of a contest spon-
sored by the electronics firm.


Etaoin




By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


(- ,*.


After a long, l4ard strggle, tile qulf County Seat has been moved
to Port St. Joe. It wasn't all talk anc4 wait. A lot of hard work went
into the project by every one of the Relocation Committee. There
was unity of prppose and cooperation such as we h4 ve never seen in
port St. Joe before. We knew the cause couldn't fail because of this.
unity of purpose,
The Committee was pleasantly surprised by the enormity
of the Port St. Joe area vote. In the past, it has been next to
impossible to unite our people in almost any project that might
arise. But Tuesday's victory fortells of greater things to come
for Port St. Joe and all of Gulf County if this unit of purpose
and determination to achieve progress for our county can be ex-
tended into other fields.
As has been stated pnany times, the committee was not seeking
So "'take away"' anything frbm Wewahitchka. We were interested
-olely' in the benefit of Gulf Cpunty as a whole. We think that the
same cooperation among citizens in South Gulf Coupty which mqved
the county seat car well be applied to weld together Sopth and North
Gulf County w4icl will make the Cppnty as a whole just as success-
ful in any project it wishes to undertake as was the Southern por-
tion of the county in securing the county seat,
To our friends to the North, we extend the hand of friend-
ship and the call for cooperation, Be assured that the Reloca-
tion Committee as a committee and as individuals will work
just as hard in the future for your advancement as we have to
relocate the county seat. As you prosper, so do we and as we
prosper, so do you.


Talks to Get


Underway


In Dispute

As the strike of Local Union
14963, United Mine Workers of
4merica against Michigan Chemni
'al Corporation entered completed
its, second week yesterday, an-
nouncement was made that talks
would resume, possibly at 2:00 p.m,
tomorrow, for negotiations to set-
tle the strike.
According to Earl- McCormick,
recording secretary for the Union,
the strike was voted by the mem-
bership because of failure of the
union committee and the company
committee to reach agreement on
a new contract. The largest area of
disagreement, according to McCor.
mick, is in contract wording re-
garding working conditions.
The union has asked for a 10%
wage incerase to be spread over a
two year period, according to the
union officer, which would bring
them up closer to area scale paid
by other industry..
Qn Tuesday of this week the ur-
ion sent a telegram to Chlries Do-
ty, International Representative to
call for a Federal Mediation and
Conciliation service to send a rep.
resentative to investigate the pos-
sibility of resuming talks with the
company.
The mediator has contacted the
two groups, both union and com-
pany and received agreement to
resume negotiations which are ten-
tatively scheduled to get unde way,
tomorrow.


King Reports On
School Copditions
Dr. Bob King, in his capacity as
chairman of the school evaluation
committee, spoke to the Rotary
Club at their regular meeting last
Thursday,
King told the club that his com-
mittee had completed examination
of all the physical facilities of the
Gulf County School system and
were now in the process of looking
at the curriculum and compiling
their information into a report.
All schools receive state money
o a teacher unit basis, which is
one unit for each 27 students in
average daily attendance.,
,Of the buildings in the Gulf
County school system, King said
that his committee found that the
Carver school in Wewahitchka was
ii, the worst condition in the coun-
ty and the Washington School in
Port St. Joe was in the best shape.
King said that the committee
has looked at the situation and will
make recommendations from their
findings to bring our schools up to
the top state level.


TO


ST.
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JOE


Baccalaureate, Graduation



Exercises For 73 Seniors


Baccalaureate


I --.


High Honor Grads


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M7 argin of


7 577 Votes


4 for St. Joe
1 Gulf County has a new county
6 seat, as a result of Tuesday's spe-
9 cial election, held in conjunction
1 with the regular second primary
election.
1 Almost unprecedented interest
2 was stirred up by this question
as both the leaders of groups in
Wewahitchka and Port St. Joe
fought a hard battle for the de-
signation as county seat.
Gulf County was formed in
1925 with Wewahitchka as the
county seat, However, all growth
has been in the Port St. Joe area,
Port St. Joe has been making
feints toward securing the coun-
ty seat for the past 10 years and
finally their overtures were rea.
lized by success Tuesday,
Despite an almost solid block
vote by Wewahitchka precincts,
advocates for the change in loca-
tion of the county capital were
able to manage a 577 vote plur-
ality and change the county seat.
The County Board will canvas
the special election vote on the
relocation question, probably
Monday, according to Clerk of
the Court, George Y. Core. The
canvassing would probably be
done today, but the Board faces
a recount in a commission race
and Core surmised that the job
would be done Monday,
After the ratification of the
vote is made by the Board, they
will have to go into session and
pass a resolution declaring Port
St. Joe as the county seat of Gulf
County effective as of a date to
be set by them,
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Frank Griffin Hit By
Car Last Thursday


Dr. Charles Whitehurst. dean of Flower Show


Last Thursday, Arthur Franklin the college of engineering at LSU,


Griffin suffered injuries of the left
side and hip, after being hit by an
MR&R truck while picketing Mich-
igan Chemical Corp., for his local
union.
The accident occurred at 5:11
p.m. at the intersection of the Mi-
chigan Chemical road and t!ie In-
dustrial Road, east pf Port St. Joe.
According to two reported wit-
nesses, Aaron Everett and Alto`
Stewart, both of Panama City, the
truck, which was driven by Clar-
ence Winston Dukes, also of Pan-
ama City, was proceeding from the
plant toward the intersection where
Griffin was picketing,
Just before reaching the line,
Dukes accelerated the vehicle to
about 15 mph, and hit Griffin, who
was standing on the road approxi-
mately two feet from the right
side.
Griffin was rushed to the ]'ork
St. Joe Municipal Hospital by CQm-
forter ambulpane service, where he
underwent treatment and observa-
tion.
Dukes, of 820 10th Street, Pan-
ama City, is employed by thle MR
&R Trucking Company. as office
manager. '1e was arrested for reck-
less driving by Florida Highway
Patrolman, Ken E. Murphy, who
was assisted in the investigation
by the Gulf County Sheriff's De,
apartment,
Griffin, son of City Police Chief
H, W, Griffin, 820 10th Street, is
currently employed by the Michi-
gan Chemical Corporation as a
filter operator.
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W-_ .. .
Poppies Go On
Sale Saturday
Saturday is Memorial Day
in the Nation and, as is tradi.
tion, the American Legion
Auxiliary will be selling pop-
pies on the streets of Port St.
Joe, .
The paper poppies are made
by disabled veterans as a
means of earning spending
money.
You are urged to help a dis-
abled veteran Saturday by
purchasing a poppy,


and a nephew of Mrs. I. W. Duren
of Port St. Joe, presented a very
interesting program on the needs
of education to the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday.
Dr. Whitehurst stated that educa,
tion was merely teaching one to
communicate his ideas with other
people. "One doesn't have to go to


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Due to circumstance
the control of the Po
Garden Club, they I
forced to cancel their
Flower Show which wa
ed for this week end,

COURTHOUSE WILL
FOR MEMORIAL DAY


Graduation
Port St. Joe High School will
graduate 73 seniors in graduating
ceremonies Tuesday night in the
High School Athletic Stadium at
8:00 p.m.


The program will be presented
by the eight high honor graduates.
ndra Bass Miss Sandra Bass will give the In-
v.ocation and Ellis Stevens will de-
'liver the Benediction.
The theme of the graduation pro-
, -. gram, "A Wide Door Has Opened
To Us", will be developed by the
remaining six high honor grad-
uates. They will deliver short ad-
dresses on the following themes:
"A Wide Door for Effective Work",
Albert Gentry; "The Magic of the
est VanCamp Open Door", Myron Merritt; "We
Are the Doors of Tomorrow Com-
." ;. posed of Various Materials", Patsy
f Patterson; "Every Door Has A
Key", Douglas Hallmon; "Standing
at the Door", Kenneth Dykes, and
S, "Doors Are Interesting-They Op-
en and Close", Forrest VanCamp.
Trophies will be awarded after
the student's addresses to students
selected by various committees for
las Hallmon scholastic and citizenship activities.
Awards to be presented will be
' ,.' as follows:
S .'Y Rotary Trophy, awarded by Ce-
cil Curry, Rotary president.
American Legion Trophy, award-
/ ed by F.. E. Trammell, commander.
Delta Chapter, National Honor
Society of Port St. Joe High School
Award by Wayne Saunders, high
school principal. Saunders will al-
*rt Gentry so present the scholar awards and
will introduce the Senior class.
ancelled T. A. Owens, Superintendent of
Public Instruction will award the
es beyond graduating diplomas.
'rt St. Joe The Processional and Recession-
have been al, "Pomp and Circumstance" will
scheduled be played by the Port St. Joe High
as schedul- School Band under the direction of
Herman Dean.


CLOSE


school to get an education if heI The Gulf County Courthouse will
can learn to communicate his ideas be closed all day Saturday in ob-
effeetively". servance of the Memorial Day hol-
Dr. Whitehurst stated that, in iday.
order for a teacher to be effective, ____
he must be trained to communicate Mary Virginia Danningburger of
his ideas with the student. This is Panam, (pitv listed horo e Mndr


the reason for so much research
by instructors, keeping their ideas
fresh and up-to-date.
The speaker stated that all edu-
cational levels eoutd stand improve-
ment, but hit especially at the
quality of high school graduate that
is, entering college today. "He is
not properly prepared", said the
speaker. In his opinion, the speak-
er recommended that more console
idation is desirable since students
from lArger schools are, as a rule,
more apt college pupils because of
a more varied educational back-
ground than larger schools are able
to offer.
Guests of the club were Bob
Craig and Pete Fox from the Key
Club, Tommy Cooley, Panama City,
J. L. Mayo, Pensacola and Glenn
Boyles of Port St. Joe.

Girl's State Representative
Attends Delegate Luncheon
On Saturday, May 23, Norma Pe-
terson, Girl State Representative of
St. Joe High, attended a "get to-
gether" luncheon in Graceville,
along with nine other girls repre-
senting their schools from the sec-
ond district.
Three former Girl Stater's gave
informative talks and showed pic-
tures to the group on their exper-
iences during their week at Girl's
State in Tallahassee.
The American Legion Auxiliary,
Unit 116, sponsors Norma. She was
accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
Clayton Peterson, Mrs. P. G. Hart,
District President and Mrs. F. E.
Trammell, chairman of Girl's State
for the local Unit.


and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Bateman.


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Regular Meeting of the City Com-
mission of the City of Port St. Joe
will not be held on June 2, 1964.
A special meeting will be called
foi June 9, 1964, to transact any or
all business appearing before the
Board.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk


Rev. Babbitt Honored by Parishioners
How would you like to go fishing where the sun is the hottest,
the bugs the thickest and the fish the fewest? It happened to Rev.
Harry L. "Biteless" Babbitt when he acecpted a fishing invitation
from local fishing expert, Charley "Stumpknocker" Tharpe last Wed-
nesday afternoon. / 7
Meanwhile, back at the Parish House ,the whole Episcopal con-
gregation gathered-brining all manner of grub from rare roast
beef to carrot cake-and not too patiently waited for the anglers to
return.
As pre-arranged, at precisely 7:30, Charley delivered the unsus-
pecting priest to the Parish House-wet feet, wormy hands, sweaty
shirt and all. Everybody yelled, "Surprise!" and the parson was.
And just to prove that the fishing trip, as well as the party, was
a grand success "Biteless" and "Stumpknocker" posed before a hun-
dred well-fed church people for the photo shown above.
The occasion was honoring Babbitt who is leaving the local
church to accept a Georgia pastorate.


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchantal
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LUMBER 37


MOVES


Baccalaureate services will be
held Sunday night at 8:00 p.m.
for the 1964 graduating class of
Port St. Joe High School.
The services will be held on the
school athletic field,
Delivering t h e Baccalaureate
sermon will be Rev. J. C. Odum,
pastor of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe,
The program will begin with the
processional, "Pomp and Circum-
stance" played by the High School
Band, with Herman Dean, directing,
The band will also play for the re-
cessional.
On the program will be Rev. R.
D. Neese, Pastor of the First Pres-
byterian Church who will deliver
the invocation and benediction.
Platform guests for both the
Baccalaureate and Graduation exer-
cises will be: Rev. J. C. Odum, Rev.
R. D. Neese, Mrs. Emmett Daniell,
Mrs. W. D. Jones, Hubert Richards,
William Roemer, Cecil Curry, F,
E. Trammell, C. E. Boyer, Mrs.
Jack Prince, H, F. Ayers, Thomas
A. Owens, Wayne Saunders, Mrs.
Herbert Brouilette, Kenneth Whit-
field, Harry Herrington, Howard
Blick, R. D. Lister, Joe Ferrell, R,
C. Maddox, Carter Ward and Her-
man Dean,
Ushers will be: Shaleen Dunlap,
Kathy Garrett, Bob Antley, Wanda
Odum, Patsy Prince and Billy Ver-
siga,


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Dr. Chas. Whitehurst
Speaks to Kiwanians


Patsy Patterson
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Ellis Stevens Forre


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Kenneth Dykes




Myron Merritt



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Hospital Aux. Pres.


Appoints Committees


The Hospital Auxiliary com-
pletes the Spring Quarter of this
year, Saturday, May 30.
Mrs. Paul Fensom, president, has
announced committees and Thrift
Shop workers for the Summer
Quarter.
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Rob-
ert Faliski and Mrs. Sidney An-
chors are the new pick-up and
marking committee. Anyone hav-
ing contributions is asked to con-
tact a member of this committee.
Thrift Shop workers for the
months of June, July and August
are as follows:
June 6: Mrs. Milton Anderson,
Mrs. Frank Gunn; June 13, Mrs.


Neva Croxton, Mrs. 'Jack Mahon;
June 20, Mrs. Charles Norton, Mrs.
William Wager; June 27, Mrs.
Blakeley Thoma'aon, Mrs. George
Anchors; July 3, Mrs. Milton Cha-
fin, Mrs. Frank Pate; July 11, Mrs.
Maurice Dawson, Mrs. Lamar Har-
dy; July 18, Mrs. Bob Vervaeke,
Mrs. Ashley Costin; July 25, Mrs.
Cecil Costin, Sr., Mrs. Joe Parrott;
August 1, Mrs. Walter Duren, Mrs.
Bob Freeman; August 8, Mrs. Wal-
ter Dodson, Mrs. Bob Phillips; Au-
gust 15, Mrs. Leonard Belin, Mrs.
John Slajer; August 22, Mrs. J.
Lamar Miller, Mrs. Bill Hammock;
August 29, Mrs. Terry Hinote, MrsL
Tom Freeman.


NAPOLEONS, 1, 2, 3


LIt's always a special treat to order French Pastry in a restau-
rant or hotel. The waiter appears with a tray full of fancy, deco-
,rated,'miniature pastries; all so complicated to make, even for
a pastry chef.
Just take a Napoleon for instance. They're made of layer upon
layer of flaky pastry. Then filled with a cream filling and frosted
with a chocolate frosting. So yummy, but almost impossible to
make at home.
Here is a recipe for Napoleons that can be put together in a
flash. Instead of that many layered crisp puff pastry we use layers
of crisp Shredded Wheat. One-just split the biscuits. Two-fill
with a fluffy whipped cream. Three-frost with chocolate icing
made from semi-sweet chocolate morsels.
And you have fancy French Pastries to serve with your after
dinner coffee,. ---- '
NAPOLEONS
6 NABISCO Shredded Wheat biscuits
1% cup sifted confectioners' sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
0/1 cup heavy cream, whipped
:1 tablespoon light corn syrup.,
:. tablespoon water
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
l cup semi-sweet chocolate morsels
r 1, issors, carefully split each Shredded Wheat biscuit
Lengthwise. Open biscuit and place cut side up on waxed paper
lined tray.
2. Add 1 tablespoon sugar and :V teaspoon vanilla extract to
cream. Spread over one half of each biscuit. Cover with the
other half of each biscuit. Refrigerate 20 minutes. Meanwhile
prepare frosting.
S. In a small saucepan, combine corn syrup, water, and butter.
)Bring to a boil. Remove from heat. Add chocolate pieces; stir
antil chocolate is melted and sauce is smooth. Gradually blend
An remainder of sugar and vanilla extract. Cut each biscuit into
thirds. Spread tops with frosting. Refrigerate 20 minutes or
until frosting has set.
MakeL I R Nanoleons.




Thanks Friends


For your vote and support in this Second Pri-
mary. Even though I was not elected to serve as
your School Board Member from District 2, I'll
always be available to help in any way I can for us
to have the best schools possible.


E. L. (Slim) ANTLEY






Thank You

I want to take this opportunity to thank the
people of our County, for their vote and for elect-
ing me as your School Board Member in District No.
4.
I'm very grateful to the man friends who help-
ed me during my campaign.
God being my helper, I will try to make you
one of the best School Board members you've had.
So let us all join together and make our schools
the very best in the state. If we all will work, we
can give our boys and girls the best.
I want to thank my opponent for the wonder-
ful cooperation in the way our race was run.
I say again, "Thanks" to all of you.


ELDRIDGE MONEY


Mrs. Jean Atchison, telephone Yates, Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs.
chairman, will contact each work- Selma Lamberson, Mrs. Wesley R.


er. Any member unable to serve
her appointed time is responsible
for obtaining a substitute. Note
that the Thrift Shop will be open
Friday, July 3, rather than Satur-
day, the Fourth of July.
The Thrift Shop on Reid Avenue
is open each Saturday at 2:00. Mer-
chandise given by citizens in the
community and merchants is sold.
All proceeds go to the Municipal
Hospital. A resuscitator, ordered
for the hospital this month, is the
most recent project of the Auxil-
iary.

Long Avenue Baptist
Circles Have Meetings
CIRCLE NO. 1
Circle One of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home
of Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Monday,
May 18, with five members pres-
ent: Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Dave
Maddox, Mrs. Bobby Huckeba, Mrs.
John Core and Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix.
The program was opened by
reading the prayer calendar follow-
ed with prayer by Mrs. Dave Mad.
dox.
An interesting program on Bap-
tist Missions in Argentina, Chile,
Paraguay and Uruguay was given
by all members.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. John Core.

CIRCLE NO. 2
Circle Two of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met in the home of
Mrs. Neil K. Arnold Tuesday, May
19, with the following members
present, Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs.
T. J. Braxton, Mrs. Neil K. Arnold.
Mrs. Cecil Harrison, president, vis-
ited with the circle.
Mrs. Odum opened the meeting
with prayer. A very interesting
program "For Liberty and Light"
was given by the members.
The meeting was closed with a
prayer by Mrs. Cecil Harrison.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostess.

CIRCLE NO. 7
Circle No. 7 of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met Tuesday with
Mrs. George Holland at Mexico
Beach with six members present
and one new member, Mrs. Faye
Robbins and a visitor, Mrs. Grace.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Mrs. Mary Earley. A very
interesting program on Baptist
missionaries in Argentina, Chile,
Paraguay and Uruguay was given
by all members. The meeting was
dismissed with prayer by Mrs.
Frances Robbins.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostess.

CIRCLE NO. 5
Mrs. J. D. Clark was hostess to
Circle 5 of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church WMU when they met
for their May meeting last Tues-
day.
Mrs. Gene Fowler opened the
meeting with prayer and a very in-
formative program, "For Liberty
and Light" was given by those
present.
The meeting was closed with
prayer and Mrs. Clark served de-
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Monday night. The meeting was
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Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Samuelson Keith Ward.


and young son, Tommy, have re-
turned to their home in Jackson,
Miss., after visiting here recently
with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jordan of
St. Joe Beach.


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CLEWISTON, (FNS) A bus load of girls who will serve as hostesses
at the Florida exhibit of the New York World's Fair visited Clew-
iston Inn as guests of the U. S. Sugar Corporation. Judy Richards
of Lehigh Acres is sampling sugar cane grown in the area while
Patty Jo Holroyd of Miami and Diana Layne of Hallandale Inspect
raw sugar ground from the cane by the U. S. Sugar Corporation
in the Clewiston Sugar House.


THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1964

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Captain and Mrs. Jack King
Watts announce the birth of a son,
Richard King Watts on Tuesday,
May 25 at the Port St. Joe Munici-
pal Hospital. Mrs. Watts is the for-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ROY MEDLIN and CORA SUE
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COUNTY, FLA. COMPANY,
IN CHANCERY NO. 2397 Defendants. s
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OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, IN CHAN-
CERY.
MILDRED LOUISE TINDELL,
Plaintiff,
VS,
LAWRENCE WOODROW TINDELL
Defendant.
NOTICE TO: Lawrence Woodrow
Tindell, whose address is: RA 14
712 469, Hq. and Hq. Co J.C.A.,
Fort Ritchie, Maryland..
On or before the 29th day of
June, A.D., 1964, the defendant,
Lawrence Woodrow Tindell is re-
quired to serve upon Hon. Cecil G.
Costin, Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney,
whose address is 221 Reid Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Florida, a copy of and
file with the Clerk of said Court,
the original of an answer to the
Bill of Complaint filed against him
herein.
WITNESS my hand and official


day of June, 1964, at 11:00 A.M., P. 0. Box 53226
at the front door of the Gulf Coun- New Orleans, Louisiana 70150
ty Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Under provisions of the Recrea-
Florida, offer for sale and sell at tion and Public Purposes Act of
public outcry to the highest bidder June 14, 1926 (44 Stat. 741), as
for cash, the following-described amended June 4, 1954 (68 Stat. 173;
property situate in Gulf County, 43 U.S.C. 869; 1-4), as amended,
Florida, to-wit: June 23 and Sept. 21, 1959 (73
Lot Twelve (12), Block One Hun- Stat., 110, 571) and Sept. 13, 1960
dred Twenty-one (121), of Unit (74 Stat 899) The Florida Outdoor
No. 9, St. Joseph's Addition to Recreational Development Council
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, has filed application BLM 077339
according to the Official Map on to purchase the public land des-
file in the office of the Clerk of cribed as Lots 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, T. 9
Circuit Court, Gulf County, Flor- S., R. 12 W., Tall. Mer. Gulf Coun-
ida, in Plat Book 2, Page 12. ty, Florida for the following pur-
pursuant to Final Decree of fore- pose, Public Recreation Area. The
closure entered May 26, 1964, in purpose of this notice is to allow
the above-styled case pending in any person asserting a claim to
said Court, Docket No. 2397. the lands or having bona fide ob-
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, sections to the proposed transac-
Clerk of .Circuit Court tion to file their objections in this
of Gulf County, Florida. office. Any claim or objections
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) it should be filed, with evidence that
TRUETT & WATKINS a copy thereof has been served on
The Title Building the applicant, within 60 days from
Tallahassee, Florida date of first publication indicated
Attorneys for Plaintiff below.
P-- First publication May 22, 1964.
UNITED STATES Donald P. Tuesdell
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Acting Manager 4t-5-28
Bureau of Land Management
NEW ORLEANS OFFICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U D I C IAL
T-9003 Federal Office Building CIRCUIT OF THE STATE


eifissalC d A ds


FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house on
two lots. 405 Woodward Ave.,
Port St. Joe. FHA loan available.
$300 down payment. Payments ap-
proximately $64 monthly. Total
cost $9,700. Seller will pay FHA fi-
nancing charges. Occupancy im-
mediately. Call 227-4531, Port St.
Joe, or Ben Dickens, 385-1015, Tal-
lahassee. tfc-5-14
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom insulated
home with carport and oversize
garage. On corner lot. Close to
school and park. 1001 Marvin Ave.
Phone 227-8576. 3tc-5-14
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: Two bedroom house
with extra cabinets, extra closets
and storage area. Built in attic fan
and heater. Ceramic tile bath. Out-
side barbecue pit. Large table. 513
10th St. Phone 227-4696. tfc-5-14
FOR SALE: 5 room house in Oak
Grove. 107 Jackson St. $1500.
Phone 229-3741 after 5:00 p.m. 4p
FOR SALE: By owner. 3 bedroom
masonry home. Located on Mar-
vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. 8tc-5-7
FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with oak
floors in very nice neighborhood.
Only $300 down and payment of
$61.00 per month. Total price of
house only $9500. 3t-5-7
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 RENT. First floor 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartment. 228/2 7th
St. Phone 227-7761, R. V. Buchert.
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: 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. tfe


FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom furnish-
id apartment. One 2-bedroom
unuCmnished apt. Two 1-bedroom
housess, furnished. Smith's Phar-
macy, Phone 227-5111.

ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W.
Brown at 227-8541. 2p-5-14


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
LOST: Rod and reel at Cape, late
Friday afternoon. Short green
rod with Garcia reel. Finder call
Ferrell Allen, Sr., 648-4282.
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


TOP SALESMAN WANTED
International Life, a member of
the famous MacArthur group needs
one good salesman who wants to
make at least $8,00 per year, for
Port St. Joe and vicinity.
The man selected will be given a
complete line of Guaranteed Re-
newable eHalth and Life Coverages
and full training.
Do not apply unless you are neat,
honest and have the sincere desire
to earn above the average income.
This is the best Insurance guaran-
tee in Fla. Call Mr. Jrhnson in Tal-
lahassee 385-3618 or write P. 0.
Box 3576 MSS, Tallahassee. _4t-5-28
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: Man or
woman to supply consumers with
Rawleigh Products in Gulf. Co., or
Port St. Joe. Can earn $50 weekly
part time-$100 and up full time.
Write Rawleigh FAE 100 336, Mem-
phis, Tenn., 8tp-5-7
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.
HELP WANTED: Young man, me-
chanically inclined. To work in-
side store. No experience necessary
but helpful. Apply at St. Joe Auto
Parts.
UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: We have
3 Singer Sewing Machines that
were unclaimed. Pay repair bill
$14.63. These machines are in ex-
cellent shape. Write Service Man-
ager Vogue Sewing Center, 404 E.
Wright St., Pensacola, Fla. 8tc-5-28
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
ot Parish House, 309% 8th St Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-336d fo-
la Iher information or write P. 0.
L,, 535.

THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No .111, F. & A. M., even. first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11r,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.


FOR RENT or SALE: Large 3 bed- R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
room house. Furnished or un- Joseph Chapter No. 56, RA.M.
furnished. On 1st St., St. Joe Beach. 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
J. D Clark. 227-7771. tfc companions welcome.
JOE EVANS, High Priest
.,R RENT: Unfurnished large 2 JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
bedroom house. Fenced back
2 yard. Nice neighborhood. Phone SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
L227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-4-16 Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097


seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 26th day
of May, A.D., 1964.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
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MRS. JOHN GOARE WRIGHT


Miss Coral Lee Armstrong Becomes the

Bride of John Goare Wright Saturday
Miss Coral Lee Armstrong be- overlaid with white organdy and
came the bride of John Goare an undercloth of yellow. Centering
Wright in an impressive double the bride's table was a four tiered
ring ceremony Saturday, May 23, wedding cake topped with yellow
at 4:00 p.m. in the First Methodist rosebuds. On either side were five-
Church of Port St. Joe. Dr. T. S. branch silver candelabra- holding
Harris officiated, arrangements of shasta daisies.
,The bride is the daughter ofMrs. After the initial cutting of.the
Carl Levoid Armstrong of Port St. cake by the couple, Mrs. H. H.I
Joe and the late Mr. Armstrong. Blount, Mrs. Neva Parrish, and
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Mrs. Norris L. Armstrong," audits
Johnnie G. Wright of Tallahassee. of the bride, served the cake. Puni-
A background of palms accented ch was served by Miss Linda SUO
the alter setting of two seven bran- Roberts, Miss Janet Schuff, and
ch candelabra containing burning Mrs. L. W. McDonald, Jr., cousin of
white tapers. Matching floor stan- the bride. The bride's book was
dards on either side were filled kept by Miss Mickey Thompson.
with sunburst arrangements of Directing the wedding and serving
shasta daisies and white gladioli. as floor hostesses at the reception
The family pews were marked with were Mrs. J. Wayne Hendrik and
traditional white satin bows. Mrs. Charles Browne.


A program of pre-nuptial music
was presented by Mrs. M. P. Tom-
linson, organist, as guests assem-
bled. She also accompanied Miss
Peggy DePuy, soloist, as she sang
"Entreat Me Not To Leave Thee"
and "Because". During the cere-
mony "The Lord's Prayer" was
-sung by Miss DePuy.
Miss Patricia Ann Pelt was chose
as maid of honor. She was attired
in a street length dress of pale yel-
low batiste featuring a fitted bod-
ice of matching lace and tucks. The
full skirt was accented with mini-
ature bows at the waist. Her head-
piece was fashioned of a matching
bow and tulle. She carried a bas-
ket arrangement of shasta daisies.
Bridesmaids were Miss Ruth
Roberts, cousin of the bridegroom,
and Miss Juanita Whiddon. They
were attired identically to the hon-
or attendant in street length yel-
low batiste dresses and matching
headpiece. They also carried bask-
et arrangements of shasta daisies.
Miss Anna Marie McDonald, flo-
wer girl and cousin of the bride,
wore a white floor length gown of
nylon organdy with a headpiece
similar to that of the other attend-
ants. She also carried a basket ar-
rangement of shasta daisies.
Serving as best man was Frank
Goolsby of Montgomery. Grooms-
men were Robert Joseph Allen of
Atlanta and Tom Spence of Tuske-
gee, cousin of the bride, who car-
ried the rings on a white satin pil-
low trimmed with lace and ribbons.
The bride, who entered the san-
ctuary on the arm of her brother,
Randall Levoid Armstrong, was
lovely in a wedding gown of su-
perb simplicity expressed in all
silk linen complimented with a
banding down the skirt and about
the waist held with a pert' bow.
The controlled skirt ended in a
chapel train. She wore a fingertip
veil with crystals and seed pearls.
She carried a bridal bouquet of
shasta daisies centered with a
white orchid.
Mrs. Armstrong chose for her
daughter's wedding a pink cotton
with matching lace jacket and ac-
cessories. Her corsage was pink
rosebuds.
Mrs. Wright, mother of the
groom, wore a navy blue gown with
light blue accessories, and an or-
chid corsage.
Immediately following the cer-
emony a reception was given by
the bride's mother in the church
fellowship hall. The bridal couple's
chosen color scheme of yellow and
white was used throughout the re-
ception hall. Floral arrangements
of shasta daisies and ivy were
placed at intervals within the area.
The refreshment tables were



For traveling the bride chose a
three piece suit of beige linen with
which she wore beige and white
accessories. Her corsage was the
orchid from her bouquet.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright will be at
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SHOWER HONOREE-Pictured above are the hostesses and honoree
Mrs. Betty Jo Smith (third from left at a recent bridal shower.
From left are Misses Sandra McCormick and Diane James, the
honoree, Mrs. T. C. Smith, mother of the honoree and Mrs. Sally
Wells. Standing in the rear is Mrs. Carolyn Peak.

Shower Honors Mrs. Betty Jo Smith
Mrs. Betty Jo Smith, recent Approximately 25 guests at-
bride of Lonnie Smith, both of tended at the Florida Power of-
Port St, Joe, was honored with Lice lounge, which was decorated
a linen bridal shower Friday, gaily with red carnations ,white
May 22, The hostesses for the gardenias and greenery.
event were Mrs. Sandra McCor- The honoree received many)
mick, Miss Diann James, Miss lovely and useful gifts. She is the
Carolyn Peak and Mrs. Sally daughter of Mr .and Mrs. T. C.
Wells. Smith of Port St. Joe.


Golden Agers Plan
For Beach Barbecue
The Golden Agers met Monday
night at the Stac House with 19
present. Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham
opened the meeting with prayer
and Mrs. Calla Perritt entertained
the group with a match game. Win-
ners of the game were Mrs, Essie
Williams and Mrs. Elizabeth Mont-
gomery.
Plans were made for a barbecue
to be held at the beach next week.
All members and anyone interest-
ed in joining are urged to meet at
Tomlinson's Gulf Service Station
at 6:00 p.m. next Monday after-
noon.
The hostesses, Mrs. Vanlanding-
ham and Mrs. Lois Harper served
punch, cookies ,sandwiches and
corn sticks to those present.
There was one visitor present,
Mrs. Walters from Bakersfield,
California.

Music 'Recital
A music recital is planned by
Mrs. Alena Carter for Thursday,
June 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Pente-
costal Holiness Church Auditor-
ium.


tree Avenue, N.E., Apartment 18 Parents and friends of the sti
Atlanta, Georgia. dents are invited to attend.


Students Elect Officers for Coming

Year In Hard-Fought Election Campaign


Elections were news not only
on a state, county and city level-
but-also at Port St. Joe High
School. On Tuesday, May 12, after
an exciting week of active cam-
paigning, the students of Port St.
Joe High elected Larry Parker,
President and Dennis Dawson,
Vice-President of the Student Coun-
cil for the 1964-65 school year. Can-
didates for the office of president
were: Larry Parker, Paula Lovett,
Jimmy Goodman and Mike White.
Candidates for the office of Vice-
President were: Dennis Dawson
and Robin Downs.
STUDENT COUNCIL
REPRESENTATIVES ELECTED
On Thursday, May 21, Student
Council Representatives were elect-
ed from the grade at large,
Those elected were: 12th grade,
Paula Lovett, Wanda Odum, Marie
Rhames and three more to be se-
lected.
llth grade: Robin Downs, Bar-
bara Lewis, Sherry White and Judy


u-


9th Grade: Freddy Anderson,
Larry Cox, Joe Hendrix and Billy
Simmons.
8th Grade: Jimmy Davis, Tim
Griffin, Debbie Lay and John
Lewis.


Jack & Jill Present
Program Tonight
The closing program of the Jack
and Jill Kindergarten will be pre-
sented Thursday, May 28 at 7:30
p.m. in the High School Gymnas-
ium.
The program is as follows, "A
Review of the 1962-63 activities of
the Jack and Jill Kindergarten."
Scheduled for the program are:
Songs of the season, Good Manners
rules, Songs of the special days,
Folk dances, Rhythm activities
such as jigging, see-saw, bouncing
balls and jumping rope, flag drills
by the boys, Rhythm band,
The presentation of certificates


Williams. will follow the program.
10th Grade: Andrew Lewis, Boyd The Kindergarten is operated by
Merritt, Linda Rycroft and Mike Mrs. E. R. DuBose and Mrs. Bob
Weston. Fox.


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Kindergarten 'Party
Mrs. Charles Brown and Miss
Elizabeth Ann Brown will honor
the graduates of Happyland Kin-
dergarten with a garden party Sat-
urday, May 30 at seven o'clock in
the evening.
The theme for this year's grad-
uation features "Florida, Land of
Sunshine and Flowers",
All friends and relatives of the
little graduates are invited.


Fran Hannon Named

Keyette President
The local Key-ette Club of the
Port St. Joe High School, met in
regular form, May 19, with Presi-
dent Gail Anderson presiding. First
on the business agenda for the
meeting was election of new of-
ficers for the 1964-65 school term.
The following officers were elect-
ed: President-Fran Hannon, First
Vice President-Betty Hammond,
Second Vice President-Elaine Sher-
rill, Secretary-Celia Creech, Trea-
sure-Polly Pyle, Historian-Barbara
W e e k s, Parlimentarian-P a t s y
Prince, Chaplairn-Barbara Martin.
Mrs. Wayne Biggs was re-elected
as the Key-ette Sponcer.


First Baptist Circle 4

Met Monday, May 18
Circle No. 4 of the First Bap-
tist Church met Monday, May 18
for their regular monthly circle
program .with Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon,
in her home on Monument Ave.
Circle chairman, Mrs. Ruth Keels
opened the meeting by reading the
scripture from John 1:29-51. Prayer
by Mrs. Milton Chafin followed.
The minutes were read and ap-
proved.
Mrs. Pridgeon, program chair-
man, introduced and outlined the
topic of discussion, "For Light and
Liberty".
Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs. Tomlinson,
Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Laurimore
were on the program. Mrs. Prid-
geon closed the meeting with a
prayer.
The hostess served a salad plate
with cheese pie and punch to the
eight members present.


Congratulations




"The road to success

is not to be run

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boots.. Step by step,

little by little, bit by

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is the way to wisdom,

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--- CHARLES IBUXTON


HERE'S HOW TO BUILD

SUBSTANTIAL WEALTH .


Graduates! Check the words of the world's
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Sandra Bass
Kenneth Dykes
Albert Gentry.
Douglas Hallmon
Myron Merritt
Patsy Patterson
Ellis Stevens
Forrest VanCamp,
WITH HONORS
Gail Anderg o
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Emory Burleson
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Gayle Odum
Bill Vervaeke
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fHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1964


Engagement Announced


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Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray of Port St. Joe are announcing the en-
-gagenent of their daughter, Esther Minnie Ola to Paul Harrison
Duray. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duray of Albuquerque,
Nev. Mexico. Plans are being made for an August wedding.


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


Graduates!


Open your savings account with your first
paycheck, then add to it regularly; little by
little, your wealth will grow. Be sure to
save here, too, where you'll earn more with
fully insured safety.


ferry Woo4
Judy Dunlap
3eorge Dykes
Faith Ferrell
George Gainnie
Jimmy Gainnie
Doyle Glass
Eugene Griffin
Eric Hammond
Rodney Herring
George Kelley
Mary Alice Kilbourn
Roy Knight
To Ann Lapeyrouse
A.nnette Lewis
{nery Lilius
fghnny Lintoq
{onnid Mathis
Annette Miley
Elsie Newsome


Johnny Oakes
Jimmy Parrisil
Jerry Peak
Vivian Ray
Paul Robbins
David Roche
John Scott
Robert ewell
'ommy Sisk
Polly Smith
Janis Sue Spaulding
Karen Sturman
Linda Tharpe
James Todd
Toyce Walker
Sonny Ward
Melba Watts
Dennis White
Beth Williams
Laura William$


Citizens Federal Savings & Loan

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ThE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1964

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


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The vital ingredients of your pres-
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2 Registered Pharmacists on duty


Phone 2275111


Drive-ln Window At Rear


Last Week's Softball League Results


By DA;N MADDOX


Long Ave. Baptist Church

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .....---...... 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated


Here we are once again with the
latest in the wqrld of softball.
Last Thursday night we had two
real good games. In the opener Wi-
ley's Supply slipped past Vitro by
the score of 9-8. The second game
saw Florida Bank use the long ball
to good advantage as they downed
Wewa Bank to the tune of 11-8. On
Monday night. the Florida Bank-
Wiley's game was postponed. But
in the game that was played the
Wewa Bankers walked 'over Vitro
12-4.
In the Wiley's Supply-Vitro game
on Thursday, Vitro was headed at
the plate by Don Nelson, John Han-
son, Benny Hudson and Bill Ver-
siga. Bill stroked a long three-run
homer while the other three were
collecting two hits each. Wiley's
was led in the offensive depart-
ment by Bob Munn, Jimmy Costin,
Nelson Hall and Wally Dodson.
Bob had three hits, the others had
two each. One other point should
be mentioned about this game and
that is, Danny Maddox went down
swinging. In slow-pitch softball that
is quite a feat.
Florida Bank was led to victory
by Joe Davis, Junior Nichols, Wil-
bur Butts and "Big Gene" Raffield.
Joe and Junior hit three-run hom-.
ers. Wilbur and "Big Gene" had
three hits apiece. Offensively the
Bankers from Wewa were led by
Robert Whittle, Bill Brown, Ken-
neth Whitfield and Ted Beard.
Whittle had a three for three per-
formance at the plate while the



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others were getting two for four.
Gus Griffin had a home run for
Wewa.
In the Monday night romp Wewa
got three hits from "Mickey" Mur-
dock and two each from Whittle,
Griffin, Smith, Beard and Dean.
Danny Maddox bounced back from
his Thursday night strike-out go-
ing three for four at the plate. Vit-
ro got good -hitting from Benny
Hudson who went two for three.
Also in this game, Johnny Clen-
ney made his season debut a time
to remember. On his first trip to
the plate he took three big cuts
and went down swinging. However,
he has not got his timing right.
As promised, here are the top
ten batters, based on 20 or more
times at bat.
AB Hits Avg.
Shuford, B. _. 25 14 .560
Barlowe, B. __ 20 10 .500
Murdock, W. 34 17 .500
Raffield, G __ 25 12 .480
Costin, J __..__ 26 12 .462
Davis, L. ...-.. 28 12 .429
Griffin, G. .---- 26 11 .423
. Richards, J .____ 26 11 .423
Munn, B. -_____ 31 13 .419
Davis, J. ------ 24 10 .417
League Standings W L
Florida Bank 5 3
Wewa Bank 5 4
Wiley Supply 4 4
Vitro Services 3 6

Alex Gaillard Finishes
Navigation School
MEMPHIS, TENN. (FHTNC)-
Alex L. Gaillard, aviation electron-
ics technician airman, USN, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Burt C. Gaillard
of 1009 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe, graduated April 24 from Avia- ]
tion Electronics Technician Naviga- c
tion School at the Naval Air Tech- t
nical Training Center, Memphis, ]
Tenn. ,
He studied the use and main- c
tenance of airborne communica- h
tion and navigational equipment. t
The course also covers the use of p
test equipment, adjustments and
roubleshooting procedures.


Fire Prevention

Program Presented

To Shool0 Pupils
The Gulf County Fire Control
Unit completed its annual school
program last Thursday, May 14.
This program has been an annual
event for the past 15 years, says
H. A. Hardy, County Ranger. Ran-
ger Hardy reports there were 245
sixth grade children visiting the
White City Tower during this four
day period, along with all of the
sixth grade teachers. The program
set up for the children was to show
how forest fires are detected from
the towers, and how crews are dis-
patched to the fire to supress the
fire by use of radio communication,
by C. L. Herring. Ranger Milton
Strength gave the children a lesson
on fire prevention, and how fires
can be prevented due to man's
carelessness.
The Fresh Water Fish and Game
Commission gave the children a
lesson on how important it is to
keep fire out of the forest so that
the game will not be without a
home and food. This program was
handled by Gene Smith of Panama
City and Carl Culberth of Apala-
chicola and Fred Wheeler, Blounts-
town. The children were shown the
different type of tools and equip-
ment used in suppressing forest
fires. This part of the program was
handled by Ranger John Redman,
assisted by James Johnson, Ranger
and Archie Marshall, Ranger.
Joe Maxwell, Farm Forester of
Bay and Gulf Counties, gave the
children a lesson on the value of
the pine tree. From the time it is
planted to the time it is harvested,
h,, showed them how to tell the age
of a pine, how to plant seedlings,
how to care for them until ready
o harvest and the many uses of
)ine trees.


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister

Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.


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Griffin Allwhite
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Roosevelt Thomas, is required to I
serve upon Silas R. Stone, PlainPHLCO
'9 C tis32 AidoAvenue,hoPort esst. s Joe, FREE INSTALLATION IN DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS
Florida, a copy of, and file with
the Clerk of this Court the original
wET of, an answer to the Complaint for
divorce filed against him herein.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
mt are good said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf *
County, Florida, this the 12th day
ay 31 of May, A. D. 1964. 228 REID AVENUE PHONE 227-4081
GEORGE Y. CORE
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(SEAL) 4t-5-14


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"lM ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Tll hE STAlt, Por St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1964
i Project No. PFFLA-70 APW-way oll
ck Fxrzei Fla-15GL Contract No. 2, Highland 'In First Quarter
View Water & Sewer District.
)lump Highland View, Florida. TALLAHASSEE During the FIRST BAPTST CHURCH
Separate sealed bids for the con- first four months of this year 494
struction of 100,000 gallon elevated persons have died in traffic acci-
water storage tank complete with dents in therd St. ad Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
HEN foundations for the Highlad Viewe Florda streets and
Water & Sewer District, Highland highways. SUNDAY SCHOOL .... 9:30 A.M.
View, Florida will be received by "In addition to the loss of loved MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TheBoard of Commissioners of the ones, killed in these accidents, BAPTIST TRAINING UNION-6:15 P.M.
Highland View Water & Sewer Dis- there was an estimated economic BAPTIST T NING UNON ............ 6:15 P.M.
trict at the office of Florida Engin- fI O7:
peering Associates, Inc., 408 Reid loss to everyone of ninety million EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
S Ave., Port St. Joe, Florida until dollars. This is quite a price to pay PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 26th day for carelessness," said Colonel H.
of June, 1964, and then at School N. Kirkman, Florida Highway Pat- "Come and Worship God With Us"
Auditorium, Highland View, Flor-
ida, publicly opened and read rol Director.
aloud. The Florida Highway Patrol es-
The information for Bidders, timates economic loss at a rate of
Form of Bid, Form of Contract, $185,000 per traffic fatality. This
Plans, Specifications, and Forms of includes such cost as loss of earn- The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay-r Ne ors
ment Bond, and other contract doc- ing power, hospital, burial and as-
uments may be examined at the sociated expenses in fatal accidents
following: offices of Florida En- as well as expenses incurred in in-
gineering Associates, Inc., at 408 jury and property damage by
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida. jury and property damage by
Copies may be obtained at the of- wrecks. 9
fice of Florida Engineering locat- "Last year during this same per- T h ere s m ore
ed at 408 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, iod there were 463 deaths on our
Florida, upon payment of $15.00hthsor
for each set. Any unsuccessful bid-highways, and this year is starting t th b r
der, upon returning such set out more deadly than '63. to th s b read
promptly and in good condition "It is up to you the driver to
will be refunded his payment, and make this a record year or a safer
anyi non-bidder b upon so returning year. If we drive with sensible rea- ano L ook s
such a set wi be refunded $1000 than Good Looks!
The owner reserves the right to zoning and give a little instead of
waive any informalities or to re- demanding and taking what we
ject any or all bids. call our rights on the highways, we
--------c his bid, security in the amountwith can bring down that figure if
form and subject to the conditions not, thistotal of deaths will remain
provided in the Information for high," Kirkman warned.
ID Bidders.
tAttention of bidders is particu-
larly called to the requirements as IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
to conditions of employment to be THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
ase of observed and minimum wage rates CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ase of to be paid under the contract. AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
1.65 No bidder may withdraw his bid In Re- Adoption of
within 60 days after the actual WILLIAM ELLIS PATTERSON,
lay 31 date of the opening thereof. a minor.
Highland View Water
& Sewer District THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO WIL-
Highland View, Florida LIAM B. PATTERSON, c/o Smith
P. T. McCormick, Chmn., & Smith, Attorneys at Law, 901
Board of Commissioners American Trust Building, Nashville
Plans available in Dodge Rooms, 3, Tenn;
S Jacksonville, Mobile and Montgom- You are hereby notified that a
I ery, petition has been filed in said
S Fla. Engineering Associates, Inc. Court by Charles W. Norton and
P. 0. Box 947 4t-5-21 adoption of the minor child, Wil-
se of Port St. Joe, Florida liam Ellis Patterson, and you are
SV2 o.z a required to be and appear in said
29c ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Court on Friday, June 12, 1964, and
ProjADEcTIN. FAOR A to show cause, if you can, why said
Project -No. PFL-FLA-70 APW- petition should not be granted.
ay 31 Fla-15GL Contract No. 3A Highland This order to be published for
Hig lnte E ieer DFo ri t four consecutive weeks in "The
SeparaHighlandView, florida econStar", a newspaper published in
Separate sealed bids for the con- said Gulf County, Florida.
3 struction of water distribution WITNESS my hand and official da W *he
mains, office building, and water seal this 12th day of May, A. D. B t i ed u nb
treatment facilities for the High- 1964.Ba t r W i p d u n
land View Water & Sewer District, /RT GEORGE Y. CORE,
DAY Highland Viewr &, Florida will be re- (SEAL) Clerk CGEircuit Court 4t14 Gives You So M uch M ore
ceived by the Board of Commission- SEAL)4-14 G o u ch o
30 ers of the Highland View Water &
Sewer District at the office of Flor- A 1 A TS
ida-Engineering Associates, 408 NATURAL FLAVOR
Reid Ave., Port St. Joe, Florida
until 3:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T., 26thei BALANCED NUTRITION
School Auditorium, Highland View,
Florida, publicly opened and read EATING ENJOYMENTa
aloud.
The Information for Bidders,
Form of Bid, Form of Contract Try Sunbeam 10c Cakes They are delicious!
Plans, Specifications, and Forms oi
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay- FLOWERS BAKING COMPANY, Inc.
uments may be examined at the
following: offices of Florida Engin-
eering Associates, Inc., at 408 Reid "
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Copies may be obtained at the
office of Florida Engineering As-
sociates, Inc., located at 408 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida up- (Ri
on payment of $15.00 for each set. : O .iM0
Any unsuccessful bidder, upon re-
turning such set promptly and in OMA
good condition, will be refunded COMPM I
- 13 Oz. his payment, and any non-bidder ..
upon so returning such a set will --
be refunded $10.00.
The owner reserves the right to
waive any informalities or to re-
ject any or all bids.
Each bidder must deposit with
his bid, security in the amount,
form and subject to .the conditions
provided in the Information for
Bidders.
Attention of bidders is particu-
3 9 c larly called to the requirements as
conditions of employment to be7
observed and minimum wage rates
oz. to be paid under the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
29 within 60 days after the actual
date of the opening thereof.
Highland View, Water
Yellow Highland View, Florida AT LESS OPERATING COST
P. T. McCormick, Chmn.......... -
NBoar of Commissioners -- "
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Port St. Joe, Florida
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 8, 194W


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BOWLING

NEWS
By Zela Adams
Thie Ladies Summer League at
St. Joe Lanes just bowled their
fourth week of the season. Lanes
one and two saw Team No. 2 take
four from Team No. 6 on a for-
feit. Teams 4 and 1 saw action on
lanes three ,and four, with each
team taking two. Verna Burch had
high ,series for Team No. 4 with a
444 followed by Lois Smith's 432.
For Team No. 1, Ruby Lucas came
through with a 428 and Wynell
Burke had a 414. Lanes five and six
saw Econ-O-Wash take three from
Team No. 3. Diane Aycock had a
400 for Econ-O-Wash followed by a
383 for Christine Lightfoot. Eve-
lyn Smith had a 464 series for
Team No. 3 followed by Alice Ma-
chen's 359.
There were some pretty good
games bowled this week by some
of the girls. Mary Brown had a 174,
Verna Burch a 171, Evelyn Smith
a 170 and Lois Smith a 165. Keep
up the good work, girls.
Team Standings W L
Econ-O-Wash _-------13% 2%
Team No. 1 10 6
Team No. 2 ------- 9 6
Team No. 4 ------- 8 8
Team No. 3 ------- 7 9
Team No. 6 ----------6 0
The feature team for this week
is Team No. 1. This team is com-
posed of Mary 'Harirson, Captain,


iby Lucag, Jerri *eem= -and
aea Dickey. Sorority Meets In

GUYS and DOLLS LEAGUE 'Panama City


by Maxine Jensen
Bennie's and the 4-Pins met on
alleys one and two with both teams
winning two .points each. Joel Bar-
bee bowled high for the 4-Pins with
a 421 series. Melba Watts turned
in a 31,9 series for the girls. Dan-
ny and Dana Rose from Apalachi-
cola bowled with this team. We
hope to see you both often this
summer.
Lamar Moore was high for Ben-
nie's, turning in a 533 series. This
gets you up in the 'A' division, La-
mar! Sue Moore was high for the
girls with a 351 series.
The Alley Kats went down in
defeat to the Twistin' Four. Rob-
ert Montgomery was high for the
Alley Kats with a 445 series. Julia
Morris was high for the girls with
a 302 series.
Excuse me while I brag a while,
but everyone on the Twistin' Four
raised their averages. Right now
I don't know if that's good or bad.
The Wards and Apachees clash-
ed tomahawks and oyster shells
on alleys five and six, with the oys-
ter shells proving the better wea-
pon. The Wards, alias 13-Mile, won
three of the four points. Everitt
Zeigler was high for Wards with
a 481 series. Donna Ward bowled
a 364 series. Joe Padgett bowled
high for the Apachees with a 450
series and Naomi Rose turned in
a 300 series for the girls.
Team Standings W L
Twistin Four ----------11 1
4 Pins 7 5
The Wards 6 6
Bennie's 5 7
Alley Kats 4 8
Apachees 3 9
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Pulpwooders Have

SocialSecurity
The pulpwood business is becom-
ing more important to the people.
in Gulf County, according to John
V. Carey, District Manager of the
Panama City Social Security Office.
Since we have industries in the
area that use pulpwood, cutting,
and selling pulpwood.
"Pulpwqod producers and -work-.
ers have many questions about this
work, and how it ties in with Soc-
ial Security. The right apswers to-
these questions can be-very import-,
ant to them," -arey said.
Some producers thiik they must
have four or nMore workers before
they can have to make Social Se-
curity reports. This is not true. If!
a producer has just one worker on
his payroll, his wages are covered
by Social/ Security. The earnings,
regardless of the amount, must be


The Delta Kappa Gamma meet-
ing on Saturday, May 16, at the
Dixie Sherman Motel in Panama
City was held for the purpose of
the establishment of a new chapter
which includes Calhoun, Gulf, and
Bay counties who had previously
been members of Phi Chapter
which was composed of Washing-
ton, Jackson, Holmes, Gulf, Bay
and Calhoun counties were initiat-
ed as chapter members of the new
chapter, Beta Beta.
Officers for Beta Beta who were
installed at this meeting are as fol-
lows: Mrs. Lila Brouillette, Port
St. Joe, President; Miss Lurlene
Dabbs, Panama City, First Vice
President; Mrs. Ruth Ayers, Bloun-
stown, Second Vice President; Mrs.
Edith Stone, Port St. Joe, Treasur-
er; Mrs. Gladys Teeter, Panama
City, Recording Secretary; Mrs.
Arabelle Grant, Panama City, Cor-
responding Secretary; and Mrs.
Jacque Price, Port St. Joe, Parlia-
mentarian.
Mrs. Addie Lewis, Valpariso,
State President of Delta Kappa
Gamma Society, conducted the ser-
vices to form the new chapter and
to install the officers of both Phi
and Beta Beta chapters.
Mrs. Brouilette, president of
Beta Beta, -presided at the Found-
ers Day luncheon which followed
the business meeting.
Miss Marjorie Fay presented an
interesting and informative Found-
ers Day program on the life of the
founder, Dr. Anna Webb Blanton.
Members attending from Gulf
county were Lila BroUillette, Edith
Stone, Jacque Price. Mrs. Kather-
ine Ivey was unable to -attend but
her membership will -be transfer-
red to the new chapter at a later'
date.

Visiting Here This Week
Mrs. E. H. Varnqdore of Talla-
hassee and a faonmer resident of
Port St. Joe, is visiting here this
week with friends.

QGuests of tatemans
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bateman
had as their guest last week end,
Mr. Bateman's. mother, Mrs. D. W.
Bateman of Tallahassee.

ple living in dulf County, there is
a representative of the Panama
City Social Security Office at the;
City Hall in Port St. Joe every
other Thursday morning.
The Panama City Social Security
Office is located at 1135 Harrison
Avenue, (telephone 763-5331).


517 First Street


Phone 227-3316


Mrs. Hamm Dist. V-P District II includes the follow-
ing counties: Bay, Calhoun, Frank-
Mrs. Benton Hamm, president of lin, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty and
the Port St. Joe Fire Department Washington. The duties of a dis-
Ladies Auxiliary was appointed trict vice-president are: to organ-
District Vice-President of District ize new auxiliaries in her district;
II last week at the state convention preside at all district meetings; to
held in Clearwater at the Jack Tar be of assistance in any way possi-
Harrison Hotel. Mrs. Hamm was ble to the auxiliaries and may in-
appointed to this position by the stall new auxiliaries and judge the
newly elected state president, Vic Miss Flame contest if extended an
Seitner of Eau Gallie. invitation.


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Piggly Wiggly Week End

SPECIALS!
THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE
THURS. FRI. SAT. --- MAY 28 29 30
(Quantity Rights Reserved)


YELLOW ROSE
PLAIN or SELF RISING

FLOUR
5 lb BAG
WITH ORDER


PATTIE

OLEO
8 OZ. PKG.


GA. GRADE 'A' MED.
FRESH EGGS
3 Dozen
Hunt's Yellow Cling, 2'/2 can
PEACHES 3 cans
HUNT'S
SOLID PAK
Tomatoes
NO.-'
300
CANS


CHARMIN 80 CT. PKGS.
NAPKINS 2 pkgs. 27c
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
COFFEE 16 oz. jar $1.65
Fireside
SWEETIE,
? / PIES
18 Oz.
39c


MR. "G" FROZEN
FRENCH FRIED
POTATOES


BAG


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FREE!
300 EXTRA
S&H Green Stamps
Cut.u.pCastleberry
2 FRYERS Barbecue
atRe lrr18 Ozs.0
PRICE 39c
Pennant Pillsbury
SAUSAGE MIX ES
No. 5 Can
89c 41c
Woodbury Dozen
C R E M E LEMONS
R6NSE N$ at Regular
Woodbury Sara Lee
After Frozen Choc.
S H A V E BROWNIES
LOTION 14,Ozs.
76c 79c

WE GIVE
S & H Green Stamps


EVERY SUPER MARKET IN PORT ST. JOE WILL BE
Closed Every Wednesday
Afternoon At 12:30 Beginning Wed., June 3


USDA GOOD MATURE BEEF
ROUND

STEAK
lb
THE BEST MEAT
IN TOWN!


FRESH BLACKEYE


SPE


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USDA GOOD MATURE BEEF


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MIRACLE SOAP
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SIRLOIN
ST E S TAK

USDA INSPECTED, FRESH, LEAN
GROUND BEEF
j Ib pkg 99c
Pound 39c
NECK BONES
Ib lOc
Henko Brand Quick Frozen Fryer
BACKS 5 lb. box 39c
SUNNYLAND BOBWHITE
SLICED BACON
1 Lb. Pkg. 39c
FMARMIN

Napkins
60 COUNT U
SOUTHERN CHOICE
DRINKS
3 Half Gal. JUGS
SNIDER'S TOMATO
CATSUP
4 20-Oz. BOTTLES


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SPECIALS for Wednesday, May 27
Through Tuesday, June 2


BEGINNING JUNE 3rd
ALL SUPER MARKETS IN PORT ST. JOE
WILL BE
CLOSED
Wednesday Evenings
(Close at 12:30 P.M.)
SWIFT PROTEIN HEAVY

Grain Fed Steer


THE LEANEST, FRESHEST BEST FLAVORED


ind BEEF
Pounds


Proten Broiling No. 7
NO.7 STEAK


All Meat
STEW BEEF


/ LB.
lb. 59c
LB.
lb. 59c


Boneless Shoulder Steak LB.
SIRLOINS
T-BONES
Club Steaks 79c


"Our Best, None Better"


Cubed
Steak


99c


LB.


89c


Frosty Morn, 12 Oz. Pkg.
WEINERS
3 pkgs. 99c


PROTEIN ROUND
STEAK


GROUND FRESH MANY TIMES DAILY


PORTERHOUSE


Ib.


79c


GROUND CHUCK


59c


STEAK


Ib. 89c


CLOSE OUT SALE
BEGONIAS (bloom year round) ----29c up
COLLEUS PLANTS ------------ 10c up
Large Satin PETUNIAS ------ 49c pot
CALADIUM PLANTS -----19c up
Friday and Saturday Only
Single BANANAS

Lb. 7.


Garden Fresh
CORN
6 EARS
39c
Scratch
FEED
25 LB. BAG
98c
100 lb. $3.89


HOME GROWN VINE RIPE
Small Tasty

Tomatoe


Lb.


Slicing
Cucumbers
and Large
Bell Pepper
4 PODS
19c
Yellow
Squash
Pound
10c


GARDEN FRESH
BLACKEYE

PEAS


Lb.


TRUE FACTS ABOUT TRADING STAMPS -- Our SLOGAN:


SAVE CASH AT RICH'S


There is approximately $35,000 to $40,000 each year going out of Port St. Joe for trading stamps. The people of this city are
paying for these stamps. Check your food bill and compare prices. You will find that these stamps are being paid for by you in
higher priced meat, produce, vegetables and slow moving grocery items.
In our store you don't get stamps but (compare our prices) you will save $2.00 to $3.00 on every $25.00 grocery order.
No one saves or makes by saving stamps except the stamp redemption store.
So, after you have spent $120.00 in stamp stores for high priced food you only have a stamp book worth only $3.00 in value.
Compare Our EVERY DAY LOW SHELF PRICES WE HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN!


Jack's Vanilla
Wafers
2 BAGS
49c
Frosty Morn
LARD
GAL.
79c
Nabisco Fig
Newtons
3 PKGS.
98c


NO. 10 GAL. PAL

Cooking

OIL
WITH $5.00 ORDER


GA. GRADE 'A' LARGE


EGGS
DOZEN


Swift's Canned Meats
Are Better!
Swift's 24 Oz. Can
Spaghetti and
Meat Balls
Can
39c
Swift's 4 Oz. Can
VIENNAS
5 CANS
$1.00
Swift's Pard
DOG FOOD
6 CANS
88c


DIXIE LILY


COUNTRY MILL

NO. 5 JARUP
NO. 5 JAR


YOUR TOTAL WILL BE CHEAPER AT RICH'S
Plue One Dozen Ga. Grade 'A' Large
EGGS-mFREE
With $10.00 Order or More


BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, AT 12:30 P.M., THIS STORE WILL BE


CLOSED


EVERY


WEDNESDAY


AFTERNOON


Along With Every Other Super Market In Port St. Joe
I III [ I I I III Iwo


FREE
CAR KEY
(American Models)
--Friday, May 29
While Shopping Rich's
Super Market
Aunt Jemima
FLOUR
5 LB. BAG

39c


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m6
BEEF JALE


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