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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1967
Operations Start In New St.
Joe Paper Co., Bleach Plant
7 New Digester
---- -- St. Joe Paper Company's brand
_new bleach mill began operations
last week according to Al Har-
graves, a vice president of the
The new bleach plant, along with
a new continuous digester is the
local pulp and paper mill's ex-
----- pensionn and has been under con-
--struction for the past year.
.... The new digester--new both to
St" Joe Paper Company and the pa-
.t. o i a d ao
per industry-will produce in the
vicinity of 500 tons of cooked
chips per day. This huge tower-
like digester began ,producing.
-- about two months ago. The diges-
S ter is located adjacent to the new
bleach mill to the North of the
older section of the paper mill.
.- The new bleach plant will put
I the local paper mill squarely in
the middle of a competitive market
--which has seen a shift to the
bleached board in recent years.
The new facility is virtually au-
tomatic, featuring television view-
ers, and electronic devices for op-
eration of the 500-ton a day pulp
The bleach plant employs 17
-- --- hourly employees and two addi-
-'- The bleach pulp product is be-
-- _- ing sold domestically and over-
St. Joe Paper Company's new bleach plant and continuous seas.
digester are both now in operation, according to SJPC officials. Some problems still exist in the
The new digester is the tall ,tower shown above. The remainder of new operations, as is expected,
the picture is the new bleach plant. but mill officials look for an early
date for full production to begin.
School Board Sends Out
"Choice' Forms March 1
.Choice forms were mailed out
yesterday by the Gulf County
Board of Public Instruction; accord-
ing, to R. Marion Craig, Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction.
The forms were mailed out in
keeping with instructions from the
U. S. Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare to end compul-
and George J. Dunin-Wilozynski.
The report will be reviewed by
Fitzpatrick in a hearing set ten-
tatively for 9:00 a.m. March 10 at
Wewahitchka. At this hearing,
Nicholson may defend himself by
attorney and his own private psy-
chiatrist if he wishes to do so.
Nicholson has been charged with
five counts of assault with intent
to commit murder in the first de-
gree,- as a result of the February
I Wc COPY
GULF VOTES FOR THE WINNERS
Ben C. Williams and L. P. Gibson
Carry Gulf and Their Districts
Only two Legislative offices one Senator. The other Represen
were on Gulf County's ballot Tues- tative seat, now held by John Rob-
day, that of one Legislator and ert Middlemas of Panama City, was
not on the ballot since he drew no
80 Children Are
Treated In Rotary
Rotary Dental Health Chairman,
Cecil Curry reported to the club
last. Thursday that the current per-
Only 2,125 of Gulf County's
4,500 registered Democrats both-
ered to cast their votes Tuesday.
Gulf County joined the remain-
der of the two districts to renom-
ifiate Ben C. Williams and L. P.
"Pete" Gibson to be the Democra-
tic nominees in the March 28 Gen-
- ----- Ben Williams, aeieaited ay-
iod of dental examination and mond L. Williams of Panama City
treatment of Gulf County needy as the Democratic nominee to seek
school children has been complet- election in the General Election
ed. Curry reported that from De- to the House of Representatives.
member 10, when the program be- He will serve Gulf, Bay and Cal-
gan, through last week, over 80 houn Counties if he wins out over
patients were examined and. treat- his Republican opponent, Herbert
ment given where necessary. Hinson of Panama City. Williams
The program was carried out in was the incumbent.
cooperation with the State Health Williams received an unofficial
Department with all work being total of 7,451 as opposed to 4,58F
done in a mobile dental unit sup- for his opponent, Raymond L. Wil-
plied by the Health Department liams. Ben Williams carried all
and manned by Dr. John Lewis. three counties in his new district
The local club expended $644.00 by a commanding lead. He receiv-
on the project. ed 1,661 votes in Gulf County;
The program last Thursday was 5,120. in Bay County and 670 in
presented by television personali- Calhoun County.
ty Mary Walker from the "Good Raymond L. Williams polled 364
Morning Show" which is shown votes in Gulf County; 3,876 in Bay
each morning on Channel 6 from County and 438 in Calhoun County.
Tallahassee. SENATORIAL RACE
Mrs. Walker told the Rotarians Senator L. P. "Pete" 'Gibson of
of some of the problems that are Perry received re-nomination by
inherent with a small television the Democrats of the new 10 coun-
station trying to cover as wide an ty Sixth District Tuesday over his
area as does Channel 6 with high incumbent Cecil A. Kennedy of
class television programs and Jasper.
viewing. Gibson received nearly a two to
The station has just recently one majority from Gulf County,
gone full .color, which she said polling 1,341 votes to 625 for Ken-
was "quite a step" for a small nedy.
station. Gibson polled 10,813 votes in the
Guests of the club were W. H. 10 county district to 5,960 for Ken-
Murfett of Ocala, F. Hugh Scott nedy. The Sixth is composed of Co-
of Ft. Walton Beach, Paul Wilson lumbia, Franklin, Gulf, Hamilton,
of Ontario Canada, Cubie Laird of Jefferson, Liberty, Madison; Su-
Wewahitchka, Kirk Wirth of Jack- wannee, Taylor and Wakulla Coun-
sonville, Mrs. Raymond Lawrence, ties.
sister of Mrs. Walker, of Port St. Gibson faces Republican John
Joe and student guest Alan Rich- M. Espenship of Lake City in the
ardson. General Election.
sory segregation in public schools. Psychiatrists from- the State
The forms, to be filled out by the Hospital at Chattahoochee report-
parents of children, allow a choice ed Monday that Willie Lee Nichol-
of schools for the student for the son,. of Miami was incompetent to
" next school year. The student must stand trial. The doctors made their
spend the entire in the school cho- investigation of Nicholson at the
sen. Once a, choice is made, it can- request of Circuit Judge W. L. Fitzv
not be changed except under ex- patrick.
, treme hardship explained on ,a Nicholson was arrested here on
form which accompanies the choice February 9 after, assaulting Chief
form. of Police H. W. Griffin, Assistant
The choice forms must be filled tate's Attorney Paul Griffith and
out for each student who plans to threatening State Attorney J.
attend Gulf County schools next Frank Adams with a pistol.
attend Gulf' County schools next ,Nicholson, a self-styled "investi-
'year, and mailed in the self-ad- Nicholson, a self-styled "vesti
dressed enclosed envelope with gator' was sent to Chattahoochee
the choice forms before March 31, for examination on February 10.
1967 for assignment in next year's The report on Nicholson's con-
school program. edition was signed by Chattahoo-
s chee staff phychiatrists I. Haneson
' Only over-crowding will prevent
a child from going to the school
of his choice, and in the case of
overcrowding, students will be as-
signed to the school nearest their
FIRST GRADE STUDENTS
All students entering .the first
grade next year must also fill out
a choice form, Craig pointed 'out.
H. E; W. regulations require
that all students have a free, and
uncoerced choice of the school he
wishes to attend for the next year.
Craig said that forms for pre-
schools must have filled out may
be obtained at the office of the
principal which you wish your
child to attend. The school system
Sis attempting to mail forms to all
'known pre-schoolers, but some are
bound to be overlooked and a form
is needed for their placement.
The complete text of H. E. W.
,rights and requirements may be
found on page four of this issue.
The Board of Public Instruction
urges that you read these regula-
Home Destroyed by
Fire destroyed the home bf Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur. Freeman at 314
Avenue B last Wednesday even-
The fire was discovered about
9:30 p.m. when Mrs. Freeman was
in the back of the home with four
of her children when she smelled
smoke coming from the living
room. She said she investigated
and found fire coming from an
extension cord which was appar-
By the time Mrs. Freeman got
her children out of the house and
went to a phone to turn in the
alarm and the fire department ar-
rived on the scene, the house was
too far gone to save.
A station wagon parked in the
yard beside the home was also
badly damaged by the fire which
was fanned by heavy winds.
The third annual Beauty Salon
variety show was presented in the
Elementary School a u d itorium
Monday night before a full house
of approving spectators.
The annual event is sponsored
by the Hairdressers and Cosmnetol-
ogists Association and was pre-
sented locally by Mrs. Helene Fer-
ris, president of the "area affiliate.
A highlight of the show was the
awarding of a plaque to John T.
Simpson for his long record of
Mental Health Group
Organized in St. Joe
A group of 14 local citizens met
at the St. Joe Motel Tuesday eve-
ning to gain information of a local
mental health committee.
John Redstrom of Orlando, pub-
lic relations officer of the State
Mental Health Society and James
IHumes, staff member of the Bay
County Guidance Center, explained
the goals, functions and respon-
sibilities of the various state men-
tal health organizations. They both
stressed the need for citizen lay
groups such as mental health so-
cieties to help educate the public
on mental health problems and
It was announced that in con-
nection with mental health work
in Gulf County, Miss Emily Har-
mon, state mental health worker,
of Marianna, will be at the local
health center each Wednesday af-
Those attending the meeting
Tuesday were John Hanson, Mrs.
E. C. Harden, Jr., John Howard,
Mrs. Raymond Lawrence, Mrs. W.
C. Ivey, Miss Emily Harmon, John
Redstrom, Jim Humes, James T.
McNeill, Walter Dodson, B. Roy
Gibson, Bob Freeman, R. G. Boyles,
Rev. Henry Hoyt, Alan Scott and
Mrs. A. P. Martin.
The fierceness of Saturday's big woods fire shown in the photo above. Dry woods and high
on the edge of the Port St. Joe city limits is winds fanned the blaze all afternoon.
Woods Fire Scorches Large
Tract Saturday Afternoon
Fire which started Saturday
morning behind the High School
football stadium destroyed over 60
acres of woodlands, according to
Fire Chief R. H. Ellzey and County
Forest Ranger Alton Hardy.
The fire first broke out Satur-
day about noon and was put out by
the Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
But the weather was extremely
dry and windy, and as happens of-
ten in such cases an ember was called on to contain the blaze.
fanned to life and the blaze sprang Despite the efforts of fire plows,
out again about 3:00 p.m. and was four-wheel vehicles, water, air-
picked up by high winds. The blaze plane spotters to contain the fire,
was in a wooded area away from it jumped Niles Road and raged
fire plugs and hampered the lo- on until dark.
cal fire department from reaching Several men of the Forestry
the head of the blaze, which was Service and the SJPC Woodlands
out of the reach of hose lines. Division worked part of Sunday
The Florida Forest Service at and Monday plowing safety lines
White City and the St. Joe Paper around the burned area and mop-
Company Woodlands Division was ping up fire pockets.
New Club Plans Fish Fry Saturday
The initial meeting of the
Gulf County Sportsman's. Club
was held on February 16, at the
Centennial Building .in Port St.
Joe. Twenty-one interested peo-
ple from all of the county were
present at the organizational
meeting. Representatives from
the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission were present to dis-
cuss the plans and objectives of
Dues were set at $5.00 per
year for membership.
The next meeting will be held
on Saturday, March 4, at 6:30
p.m. at the Centennial Building.
The primary purpose of this
meeting is to elect officers and
discuss the elub charter.
A fish fry will be held in con-
junction with this meeting. Ev-
eryone interested in hunting and
fishing is cordially invited to at-
Mrs. George Aase, center; daughter of John T. Simpson receives
a plaque of appreciation presented him Monday night. Looking on
to the left is Mrs. Aase's husband. The presentation is being made
by Dr. R. E. King. -Star photo
John Simpson Honored
At Program Monday
civic activities, and Boy Scout lea-
dership. Simpson has been Scout-
master here in Port St. Joe for 25
years. During this time he has at-
tended every National Jamboree
except one which was held while
he was serving in the South Paci-
fic. He originated the Boy Scout
Circus here, writing the script, di-
recting the circus and building all
the props with the aid of many
volunteers. The Circus has provid-
ed funds for an annual Boy Scout
In addition to his scouting ac-
tivities, Simpson has served as
president of the Lions Club; ser-
ved in every office of the Ameri-
can Legion; directed minstrels,
womanless weddings, talent pro-
grams for many years. In 1962 he
received the Rotary Plaque for out-
standing service and was honored
with a "John Simpson Day" on
March 22, 1963. On this day he
was honored, by Gulf Coast Coun-
cil Boy Scouts, American Legion,
Kiwanis Club, Lions Club, Cham-
ber of Commerce, Jaycees, and the
Rotary Club. Approximately 300
people attended a seafood dinner
in his honor at the Centennial
Building on this day.
Accepting the award for Simp-
son, who is ill and unable to at-
tend, was his daughter, Mrs.
George Aase of Tallahassee.
A beauty contest was held at
the end of the show to select the
1967 Beauty Salon Queen. Chosen
for the honor was Miss Margo
James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmie James. Miss James was
crowned by the retiring queen,
Miss Julia Ann Boyette.
Miss James was selected from
a group of five finalists which also
included Sandra Scheffer, Charlene
Brock, Elain Blackburn and Pam
Proceeds from the show were
donated to the Heart Fund.
In This Week's issue
How About Voting Machines?
In setting up the type for the Minutes of the County
Commission this week, we noticed a sentence or two of
conversation by the Commissioners concerning, the large
amount of work in counting ballots in Gulf County on elec-
tion day. Commissioner Leo Kennedy suggested that the
county break up some of the larger precincts and create
more, smaller precincts to alleviate the problem. The mat-
ter was referred to Mrs. C. G. Rish, Supervisor of Regis-
tration for her suggestions.
The problem is very evident. In the last general elec-
tion, for example, it was two days after the election, before
definite,, official counts could be given in Gulf County or
the several items on the ballot. Large ballots take up to
a week sometimes,, to officially count all of the questions
placed on, the. ballot.
Personally, we would like to see the County explore
the probability of getting voting machines. This would
; alleviate the problem, give an instant count after the
polls close, as to how the voting went and eliminate the
all-night counting drudgery for people, some of whom
have to work the next day.
Voting machines would be much more accurate than
paper ballots. Several times in the last years, elections have
been contested in Gulf County because of the possible er-
rors that can be committed with paper ballots by improper
Paper ballots are a problem any way you look at it;
from the standpoint of expensive handling and counting
By WEShrdlu. RAMSEY
:'-By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Talk about going to 'extremes A young lady (we suppose)
down at the University of Florida was reprimanded for having her
picture made on a bearskin rug with nothing on but her lipstick.
Now, the .University of Oregon boasts a something going to the
other extreme. For a week now something or someone, of one sex
or another has, been .attending class completely encased in a bag.
From the top of its head to the soles of its bare feet, nothing is visi-'
ble but a bag. Could be a bag is in a bag.
' r 'i
John Blount was worried last Friday. I know, I know .
John Blount being worried isn't news. But he was worried about
his cows up in Alabama what with the hard freeze that was on
its way last Friday. John has become a rancher, to add to his
other worries. He has become a rancher, but he hasn't acquired
the rancher's "lingo". We asked John how many cows he had
and he said, "I've got 19 female cows and one male cow".
Well, that's a start.
We read a lot about "Rights" these days. Mostly here recently
the "Rights" issue concerns criminals getting out of jail because
one of their "rights" was denied in their trial process. A confessed
murderer of his wife and four children up in New York was released
from jail the other day because he wasn't warned of his "rights"
before he confessed to his unspeakable crime.
What are "rights"? ,
We paid for our property and every month, make a small dent
in the mortgage on our home. For all practical purposes, it is ours.
Does that give us the right to keep a goat on the lawn to keep the
grass cut? We think not, because then we would infringe on our
neighbor's rights. I have the "right" to do it, but it would be a dirty
trick on Sandy Barber and Walter Duren. We could go on and on
listing our "rights" but almost every one would perpetrate a "wrong".
on someone in our vicinity.
but almost everyone would perpetrate a "wrong" on someone in
Apparently that which is right for both my neighbor and my-
self is the correct thing to do and any one-sided "right" is mere
Inflation strikes again! The cost of brides in Rhodesia just
'took a 50% leap. Brides thatformerly sold for two cows now
'cost three. And if the prospective bride is exceptionally pretty
the cost could go up to as high as six cows and all must be
Where will if all end?
Don't put away your long handles Grier's Almanac says we
are due another cold spell about March 16. You'll find this on the'
page with the Garrett's Sweet Snuff ad., ,
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLsY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publishef
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
FOKeIGN: ONE YEAR, $3.75 SIX MOS. $2.25 THREE MOS. $127-50
TADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
ot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
SThe poken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is th boutfally
I ifL The spoke word barely assert; the printed word e thoroughly con-
vinoes. The spoken word t ou.; the printed word remains.
to the possibility of error. With voting machines, the in-
stant count would become a reality and the possibility of
incorrectly interpreting a voted ballot would vanish.
We agree with the Commission that something needs
to be done with the unwieldly precincts in the Cou.nty.
What use to be the adventure of waiting up until 11:00 p.m.
or midnight for a vote count has now become the drudgery
of an all night, and sometimes, half a day misery of wait-
We think voting machines are the answer and hope
the Commissioners explore this avenue of solving their
Some years ago a distraught mother told us with frus-
trated indignation about a daughter of hers who had been
failed on a "social studies" examination at school, (not in
our town, thank God) for asserting that Tito's Yugoslavia
was a Communist country.
It just happened that the teen ager had been exposed
SToo Late To Classify
I By Russell Kay
As a youngster, one of the first I presented the "Incredible Mr.
books I tackled after I learned to Limpet," based on Floridian Theo-
read was "The Wizard of Oz". I dore Pratt's delightful story.
loved the Oz books and when as an
adult, I read them to my daughter .
I found them equally enjoyable.
Now I am enjoying the same
thrill with my grandchildren and
share with them the same old
,thrill as we watch a television re- |
run of Baum's story.
I never thought I would live to
see "The Wizard of .Oz" presented
underwater but it seems that the
mermaids at W e e k i Watchee
Spring are as enthralled with the
story as I am and are now pre-
senting their version in the Under-
Imagination enables us to find
entertainment 'anywhere we look
for it and children have a knack
of finding it wherever they like,
even in the 137 foot deep Grand
Canyon at Weeki Wachee.
Weeki Wachee mermaids, long
famous for their talent, daring
and unequalled aquatic skills, per-
form beneath the crystal waters
with a grace in motion and beauty
of form unmatched by anything on
the world's conventional stages.
Audiences sit 16 feet below the
surface and watch the .show thru
glass windows. The audience wat-
ches a solid curtain of shimmering
bubbles rise to the surface, and
the show begins as Dorothy is
caught in a bubbly whirlpool which
sweeps her into the water world
of the aquatic World of Oz.
All of the famous Oz characters
this case the Cowardly Lioness,
along with the good and bad wit-
The Wicked Witch resides in the
dark depth of the canyon. Seeking
her broomstick, a daring mermaid
makes the perilous dive holding
her breath for three full minutes,
she succeeds in overcoming the
witch and securing the broom-
The curtain comes down on the
Watery Wizard of Oz as Dorothy
is whisked away to her home
amidst an explosion of shimmering
air bubbles and a ballet of the
famed Weeki Wachee mermaids.
The underwater production is
produced and directed by Miss
Gloria Hamilton of New York and
the show is presented week days
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a spe-'
cial night performance on Satur-
day evening beneath 50,000 watts
Weeki Wachee has long been
one of Florida's outstanding at-
tractions and is a must for visi-
tors and home folks alike. If you
have never visited this famed at-
traction you will thoroughly en-
joy a day at Weeki Wachee where
you will find a variety of attrac-
tions in addition to the Underwa-
Weeki Wachee and the mer-
maids have been featured on tele-
vision world wide and have
brought much valuable publicity
to Florida and they have been in- Priced as shown at Firestone
cluded in Arthur Godfrey's fea-
tures, Route 66, Jupiter's Darling,
Crosswinds, Mr. Peabody and the
Mermaids and many others.
The world's first underwater nUInInn
movie premiere was held at Weeki JIMMY'S HILLII
Wachee when Warner Brothers
to some Yugoslav refugees in her home and church. That
fact didn't cut any ice with the teacher, however, because
what the youngster had learned first-hand didn't jibe
with what the "social studies" textbook in use in the school
In the intervening years, and partly because of that
experience, we've had a special interest in the matter of
the textbooks used in the schools in the country. So far as
we know, our local school board has done very well in its
selections. But there are cities and indeed entire states,
where the textbook selection process is out of hand. Far
For the benefit of those who are not already aware of
it, we'd like to report that there is a national organization
which evaluates school texts. On request, it will add the
name of any educator, school administrator, school board
member, educational or civic organization to its textbook
evaluation mailing list. The most recent mailing names 134
social studies texts which have been favorably reviewed by
its committee of prominent educators and recommended as
being good instruments for teaching as giving a ,fair,
balanced treatment of our form of government and our
Each of these recommended texts' has been the subject
of a full-length review by one of the 16 professional educa-
tors on the reviewing committee, and then each review has'
been double-checked by a committee chairman to insure its
accuracy and its conformance to the criteria of the full com-,
mittee. These full-length reviews, too, are available with-!
out charge, simply by writing to America's Future, New Ro-.
chelle, New York.
To date, the committee has reviewed nearly 400 high
school texts. It has been able to recommend, in whole or
in. part, in all fields, only 134 textbooks.
WHAT'S WRONG HERE? You are driving
the car at the right along a four-lane di-
vided highway. In front of you, an exit lane
curves off to the right But no car is ahead
of you and the way looks clear. What
should you dol
HERE'S WHAT'S WRONG: The driver of
that car in the left lane has Just realized
he should turn right at this exit. In another
instant he is going to desperately turn
across your lane in front of your car and
try to take the exit road. Always be
watchful for trouble from the left when
you approach an exit on a superhighway.
fistributed in the Interest of
Traffic Accident Prevention by
State Treasurer & Insurance
Those figures bespeak the seriousness of the problem.
The textbook evaluation committee provides an answer,
if enough parents and educators will trouble to study its Midget Investments Tha
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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
NOTICE of SCHOOL
UNDER TITLE VI OF THE CI- choice niust be made for each stu-
VIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 dent. No assignment to any school
THIS NOTICE IS MADE AVAIL- can be made unless a choice is
ABLE TO INFORM YOU ABOUT made first.
THE DESEGREGATION OF OUR
SCHOOLS. KEEP A COPY OF '11. Students Entering
TIIS NOTICE. IT WILL ANSWER First Grade
MANY Q U ESTI 0 NS ABOUT The parent, or other adult per-
SCHOOL DESEGREGATION. son acting as parent, of every
S1. Desegregation Plan in Effect child entering th first grade, is
The Gulf Counfy public school required to choose the school his
system is being desegregated under child will' attend. Choices will be
a plan adopted in accordance with made. under the same free choice
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of process used for students new to
1964. The purpose of the desegre- the school system in other grades,
gation plan is to 'eliminate from as provided in paragraph 10.
our school system the racial seg- 12 rii ate hic
regation of students and all other Priority of Late Choierthe end of
forms of discrimination based on o choice made after the end of
-race, color, or national origin. the spring 30-day choice period
2 Thirty-Day Spring Choice may beidenied for any reason oth-
Period er than overcrowding. In the event
Each student or his parent or-of overcrowding, choices made dur-
other adult person acting as par- ing the 30-day choice period will
ent, is. required to choose the ave first priority. Overcrowding
school the student will attend next will be determined by the standard
school year. The choice period will provided for in paragraph 8. Any
begin on March 1, 1967 and Close parent or student whose first
begin on March 1, 1967 and967.lose choice is denied because of over-
3. Explanatory Letters and -crowding will be given a second
School Choice Forms and choice in the manner provided for
On the first day of the choice in paragraph 9.,
period, an explanatory letter and 13. Tests, Health Records and
this notice will be sent by first- Other Entrance Requirements
class mail to the parent, or other Any academic tests or other pro-
adult person acting as parent, of cedures used in assigning students
each student then in the schools to schools, grades, classrooms, sec-
who is expected to attend school tion, course of study, or for any
the following school years A school other purpose, will be applied uni-
choice form will be sent with' each formly to, all students without re-
letter, together with a return en- gard to race; color or national ori-
velope addressed to the Superin- gin. No choice of school will be'
tendent. Additional copies of the denied because of failure at the
letter, this notice and 'the choice time of choice to provide any
form ar'e freely available to the, health record, birth certificate, or
public at any school and at the other document. The student will
Superintendent's office. be tentatively assigned in accord-
4. Returning the Choice Forms ance with the plan and the choice
Parents and students, at their made, and given ample* time to
option, may return the completed obtain any required document.
choice forms by hand to any school Curriculum, credit, and promotion
'or by mail to the Superintendent's procedures will not be applied in
office, at any time during the '30- such a way as to hamper freedom
day choice period. No preference of choice of any student.
will be given for choosing early /
during the choice period. A choice 14. Choices Once Made
is required for each student. No Cannot be Altered
assignment to a school can be made Once a choice has been sub-
.unless a choice is made first, mitted, it may not be changed,
5. Choice Form Information even though the choice period has
i The school choice form lists the not ended. The choice is binding
names, locations and grades of- for the entire school year to which
fered for each school. The reasons it applies, except in the case of
for any choice made arem not to be (1) compelling hardship, (2) change
stated. The form asks for the of residence to a place where an-
name, address and age of the,stu- other school is closer, (3) the
dent, the school and grade current- availability of a school designed
'ly or last attended, the school cho- to fit the, special needs of a phy-
sen for the following year, the ap- sically handicapped student, (4)
propriate signature, and whether the availability at another school
the form has been signed by the of a course of study required by
student or his parent. The race, the student, which is not available
color, or national origin .of the at the school chosen.
student is requested for purposes
of recobrdkeeping required by the 15. All Other Aspects of
U.S. Office of Education. The in- Schools Desegregated
formation will not be used' in any All school-connected services, fa-
way to discriminate against the cilities, athletics, activities and
student. 'Any letter or other writ- programs are open to all on a de-
ten communication which identi- segregated basis. A student attend-
fies the student and the school he ing school for the first time on a
wishes to attend will be deemed desegregated basis may not be sub-
just as valid as if submitted on ject to any disqualification or wait-
the choice form supplied by the ing period for participation in ac-
school system. The names of stu- tivities and programs, including
dents and the schools they choose athletics, which might otherwise
or are assigned to under the plan apply because he is a transfer stu-
will not be made public by school dent. All transportation furnished
officials, by the school system will also op-
6. Courses and Program erate on a desegregated basis. Fa-
Information culties will be desegregated, and
To guide students and parents in no staff member will lose his posi-
making a choice of school, listed tion because of race, .color or na-
below, by schools, are the-courses tional origin. This includes any
and programs which are not given case where less staff is needed be-
at every school in this school sys- cause schools are closed or enroll-
tem. ment is reduced.
Port St. Joe High School: Ex- 16. Attendance Across School
ceptional. Child Class, Spanish, System Lines
Art, Distributive Cooperative No arrangement will be made,
Training, Guidance Director No arrangement will be made,
Training, Guidance Director, or permission granted, by this
Trigonomety, Business Mathe- school system for any students liv-
matics, Secretarial Practices, ing in the community it serves to
College Preparatory English, attend school in another school
IPsychology, Sociology. system, where this would tend to
Washington High School: In- limit desegregation, or where the
.dustrial Arts, Choral Music. opportunity is not available to all
Wewahitchka High School: students without regard to race,
Agriculture, Psychology, Span- color or national origin. No ar-
'ish, Art and Guidance. rangement will be made, or per-
7. Signing the Choice Form mission granted, by this school
A choice form may be signed by system for any students living in
n parent or other adult person act- another school system to attend
ing as parent. A student who has school in this system, where this
reached the age of 15 at the time would tend to limit desegregation,
of choice, or will next enter the or where the opportunity is not
ninth or any higher grade, may available to all students without
sign his own choice form. The stu- regard to race, color or national
dent's choice shall be controlling origin.
unless a different choice is exer-
cised by his parent before the end 17. Violations To Be Reported
of the period during which the stu- It is a violation of our desegre-
dent exercises his choice. gation plan for any school official
8, Processing of Choices or teacher to influence or coerce
No choice will be denied for any any person in the making of a
reason other than overcrowding, choice or to threaten any person
In cases where granting all choices with penalties or promise favors
for any school would cause over- for any choice made. It is also a
crowding, the students choosing violation of Federal regulations for
the school who live closest to it any person to intimidate, threaten,
will be assigned t that school, coerce, retaliate or discriminate
Whenever a choice is, to be denied, against any individual for the pur-
overcrowding will be determined pose of interfering with the free
by a uniform standard, applicable making of a choice of school: Any
to all schools in the system, person having any knowledge of
9. Notice of Assignment, any violation of these prohibitions
Second Choice should report the facts immediate-
All students and their parents ly by mail or phone to the Equal
will be promptly notified in writ- Educational Opportunities Pr o-
ing of their schjopl assignments, gram, U.S. Office of Education,
Should any stUiait be denied his Washington, D.C., 20202 (telephone
choice because of overcrowding he 202-962-0333). The name of any
will be promptly notified and given person reporting any violation will
a choice among all other schools not be disclosed without his con-
in the system where space is avail- sent. Any other violation of the
able. desegregation plan or other dis-
10. Students Moving Into crimination based on race, color,
the Community or national origin in the school
A choice of school for any stu- system is also a violation of Fed-
dent who will be new to the school eral requirements, and should like-
system may be made during the wise be reported. Anyone with a
spring 30-day choice period or at complaint to report should first
any other time before he enrolls bring it to the attention of local
in school. An explanatory letter, school officials, unless he feels it
this notice and the school choice would not be helpful to do so. If
form will be given out for each local officials do not correct the
new student as soon as the school violation promptly, any person fa-
system knows about the student, miliar with the facts of the viola-
At least seven days will be allowed tion should report them immediate-
for the return of the choice form ly to the U.S. Office of Education
when a choice is made after the at the above address or phone
spring 30-day choice period. A number.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1967
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"SUPER-RIGHT" 4 PORK LOIN SLICED WESTERN
GROUND BEEF 3 lbs. $1.29
SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN CUBED
CHUCK STEAK---- b. 89c
SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BONELESS
SHOULDER ROAST lb. 78c
SUPER-RIGHT ALL MEAT SKINLESS
FRAN KS --- 12oz.pkg. 45c
GOLDEN SHORE QUICK FROZEN
DEVILED CRABS 9 oz. pkg. 59c
ALL FLAVORS HAWAIIAN 1 QT., 14 OZ. CANS
GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN
STAR-KIST LIGHT MEAT 6Y2 OZ. CANS
CHUNK TUNA -- 3 cans $1.00
CHEESE LOAF--- 2 lb. loaf 59c
DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING 1 LB.,113 OZ. CAN
SLICED PEACHES --- can 29c
LOdSE TEA----1 lb. pkg. 99c
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* MIXED VEGETABLES, 2 lb. bag
* GREEN PEAS, 2 lb. bag
*Cut Green Beans, 1 3-4 lb. bag
* GOLDEN CORN, 2 lb. bag
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HM3 Carl J. Zimmerman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zimmerman of
this city, was honored January 12
in a ceremony at the Naval Medi-
cal ,School. He was awarded the
Bronze Star Medal with Combat
"V" for meritorious achievement
in Vietnam by his Commanding
Officer, Captain John H. Stover,
Jr., on behalf of the Commanding
General, Fleet Marine Force, Pa-
Stationed in the Dong Ha region
of Vietnam from September 1965
through November 1966, Zimmer-
man served with Cbmpany I, 3rd
Battalion, 4th Marines.
On July 20, 1966, during Opera-
tion Hastings, Zimmerman's pla-
toon was engaged in a mission to
search a proposed landing zone.
The unit was surprised by intense
automatic weapons and mortar fire
which inflicted six casualties al-
The citation accompanying the
Bronze Star commended Zimmer-
man for unhesitatingly braving the
hostile fire to administer medical
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
-. _ .
Port St. Joe High School students are The D.C.T. and Science classes we:
shown above making a tour of the Glidden conducted on a tour of the plant ai
Plant here in Port St. Joe last Friday. 'shown a film of Glidden's operation.
'High School Classes Tour Glidden Plant last Week
1 What is Tall Oil and how is it classes and one Science class from Friday morning at 10:00 a.m. and
produced in the Glidden towers? the Port, St. Joe High School. A another group of 21 toured in the
These questions were answered on group of 37 students toured the afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
Friday, February 24, for two D.C.T. Glidden, Company's tall oil plant Both of the two student groups
__ were shown a slide presentation
that outlined The Glidden Com-
pany's organization, and .explained
the organic chemicals division op-
-, rations of industrial chemicals
S. "' from pine tree derivatives. A plant
tour followed the slides. Follow-
ing the plant's "flow" from crude
'- I: material, through fractination in
the towers, to tank storage of fin-
ished products.' Returning to the
: laboratory in the office building,
-. -- each group was given an explana-
tion of a diagram of the plant's
S. ... process by Gerald Watkins, Tall
i Oil Laboratory Director.
Co-ordinators of the student
plant tour were Lamar Faison,
head of the Port St. Joe High
--- School D.C.T. program and James
7Z. McInnis, instructor of the science
-. ... class.t
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County Offices Given
Praise for Good Records
The State Auditing Department
has filed reports.with the Legisla-
tive Council's Committee on Ap-
propriations and Auditing on the
condition of the records in 'the
several offices of Gulf County of-
The office of the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court, headed by George Y.
Core and the office of the Tax
Collector, Harland Pridgeon, have
both been cited for commendation
by the Department for the busi-
ness-like manner in which these
two offices have been operated
during the past three years.
HM3 Carl J. Zimmerman is
congratulated by Capt. John H.
Stover, Jr., Commanding Officer
NMS, upon receiving the Bronze
Star Medal, the nation's eighth
highest decoration for heroism.
The hospital corpsman was hon-
ored for meritorious achievement
in connection with operations
against the enemy in the Repub-
lic of Vietnam.
treatment to his wounded com-
rades and for persistently attempt-
ing to evacuate each of the cas-
ualties to a protected area, with
complete disregard for his own
While assisting one of his
stricken comrades, Zimmerman
suffered a leg wound. "Undaunt-
ed by his own painful condition, he
continued to help others until all
casualties had been cared for. His
determined and valiant, effort un-
doubtedly saved the lives of many
of the casualties."
Zimmerman, who entered mili-
tary service in 1962, served at
Camp Lejuene, N. C., and at Great
Lakes, Ill., before his assignment
in ,Vietnam. In addition to the
Bronze Star Medal, he is author-
ized to wear the Navy Commenda-
tion Medal with Combat "V" for
service .in Vietnam. r
He reported aboard the National
Naval Medical Center. December
17, 1966, for a tour of duty in the
Medical School's Administrative
and that's most of them-will find
Jayceettes Ate' the thrifty ground beef category
S very useful, with its company-good
Offering Cook Book dishes for hamburger prices. And
why prepare fish the same old
Good cooks, new cooks and busy way every time with so many sea-
cooks will welcome the new 'Meats' food recipes at your fingertips?
cook book now being sold by Port Tasty meat casseroles and quick
St. Joe's Jayceettes as a fund rais- and easy dishes are on hand to
ing project. Mrs. Gerald Sullivan, help you get out of the kitchen
president, reports that over 2,000 faster. A separate category of for-
meat, seafood and poultry recipes eign recipes brings the flavor of
were contributed by Jaycee wives Mexico, France or Germany right
throughout the country to make to your table.
this edition possible. The 384 pages, spiral bound be-
tween full-color covers, include
Two of the recipes included- complete editorial materials-cook-
for lasagna and barbecue sauce- ing charts, illustrations and beau-
were sent in by Port St. Joe Jay- tiful photographs to tempt every
ceettes. In fact, each recipe is cook to express the culinary tal-
the home-tested, personalized fav- ents she may not even know she
orite of a Jaycee wife. The author's has.
name and club affiliation are list- Mrs. Jim Beaman, cook book
ed below each recipt. These uni- chairman, explains that this un-
que recipes are practical as well usual collection can be purchased
as delicious, and they call for only from Jayceettes. The price is
everyday ingredients which are al only $2.95 and proceeds from the
ready on your kitchen shelves. sale will be used to support worth-
The budget-minded housewife- while projects in Port St. Joe.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1967
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:30 P.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( .... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
Marine Carl J. Zimmerman Awarded
Bronze Star Medal for Heroism
v idy vNqag
The excitement of graduation, the romance of ruffles...
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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1967
PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port st. Joe, Fla.
Miss Diann Bishop Is Married to Perry J. McFarland In
Services Held At Pentecostal Holiness Church February 11
Miss Diann Bishop, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Bishop of Port
St. Joe became the bride of Perry
J. McFarland, son of Mrs. David
Bright- of Marianna and the late
Perry James McFarland/on Satur-
day afternoon, February eleventh
at six o'clock in the Pentecostal
Holiness Church in Port St. Joe.
The beautiful and impressive
double ring ceremony was per- 4
formed by the Reverend Robert
Large floor baskets of white,
chrysanthemums on either side
were used for the background.
The bridal scene was lighted by'
burning tapers in ,two wrought
iron seven branch candelabra en-
twined with ivy. The family pews
were marked with the traditional
white satin bows.
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, organist,
presented a program of prenup-
tial imisie as guests arrived. Pre-
ceeding the ceremony, Mrs. Emma
Jo Ferrell, soloist, sang, "0 Per-
fect Love", "Because" and at the
close of the ceremony as ,the cou-.
ple knelt, Mrs. Ferrell sang, "The
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was radiantly lovely in
an exquisite empire waistline for-
mal gown of peau de soie satin
with alencon lace. Her gown was
applique4c with lace panels form-
ing a floor length train and the sa-
brina neckline was hand embroi-
dered to match the lace on the
skirt. The long close fitting sleeves
ended in calla points at the hands.
She wore a rose bud crown made
of illusion net and fashioned .with
rhinestones and carried a cascade
bouquet of feathered carnations
and lilies of the valley, centered
with a golden throated orchid nes-
tled in tulle and satin ribbons with
streamers of white satin caught in
Miss Joyce Bishop, sister of. the
bride, served as the bride's only
attendant. Her street length dress
of babyblue peau de soie and an
alencon 'lace jacket was accented
with a matching headpiece. She
carried a bouquet of white carna-
tions with blue ribbon and white
Ken Mears of Blountstown ser-
ved as best man, and ushers were
Oris Andrews and Virgil Daniels.
Mrs. Bishop chose for her daugh-
ter's wedding a blue Wnit suit,
black accessories and a corsage
of white carnations. Mrs. Bright,
mother of the groom, was attired
in a turquoise sheath dress with
black accessories and a corsage of
Garden Club Sponsoring Ornamentals
Workshop Here Next Wednesday
The Garden Clubs of District 2
and Florida Agriculture Extension
Service will sponsor, jointly, an
ornamentals workshop on land-
scape plans for the home 'grounds.
The date is Wednesday, March
8, at 10:00 a.m., EST, at the Cen-
tennial Building here in Port St.
Coffee .will be served at 10:00
A.M. The meeting will begin
promptly at 10:30. Participants are
asked to bring a sandwich. Dessert
and drinks will be served by the
local Garden Club.
Specialists from the Extension
Service at Gainesville include Dr.
R. S. Mullin, Plant Pathologist;
James E. Brogdon, Entomologist
and Charles Conover, Assistant
The workshop is -open to all,
men and women, who are interest-
ed in plantings for the home
grounds. Special, emphasis will be
placed on control of disease and
The program will be as follows:
10:30 Landscape Design, Charles
11:30 Insects and Insecticides,
James E. Brogdon.
1:00 Diseases of Ornamentals, Dr.
R. S. Mullin.
The workshop will adjourn at
Sets Special Services
The Wewahitchka Church of
God offers an invitation to every-
one to attend special services be-
ginning at the church on Friday,
March 3 at 7:00 p.m.
The Pebble Hill Quartet will be
singing during the program. The
guest speaker will be Miss Sheryl
McCoy. Miss McCoy is 19 years of
age and has been preaching for
Church Circle News
MRS. PERRY J. McFARLAND
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
church. The bride's table was cov-
ered with a white floor length or-
gandy cloth featuring a full gather-
ed skirt with tiny ruffles outlin-
ing the table edge. A beautiful
three tiered, wedding cake topped
by a miniature bride and groom,
centered the table on either side
of which was a two branch candel-
Serving the cake and punch were
Mrs. Maxine Money, Mrs. Shirley
Townsend,- Mrs. Evelene Andrews
and Miss Dorothy Trawick. The
bride's book was attended by Mrs.
Jo Ann Huggins, sister of the
bride. Rice bags were presented
to the guests by Karen Gosnell and
Following the reception, thb cou-
ple left for a wedding trip through
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matching accessories for her tra-
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orchid from her wedding bouquet.
The couple is now at home to their
friends at 212 Ocala Road in Talla-
Out of town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. David Bright, Marianna,
Charles Truet, Marianna, Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Huggins of Arcadia,
Mrs. Ethel Bridges, Daytona Beach,
Brad McFarland, Okeechobee and
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CASSIE GRAVES CIRCLE
The Claudine Boyer Circle of
the Methodist WSCS met in the
home of Mrs. Leo Shealy on Mon-
day, February 20. Ten members
and two visitors,( Mrs. Herman
Dean and Mrs. Al Hargraves, at-
Mrs. Shealy gave the devotional
and a program from "The Metho-
dist Woman" on the mentally re-
Mrs. M. L. Parker presided at
the business period.
Thank you notes were read by
the secretary. Plans were complet-
ed. for the Methodist Men's supper.
The meeting was closed with the
Mrs. Brunelle Wimberly will be
the hostess for 'the March meet-
CLAUDINE BOYER CIRCLE
The Cassie Graves Circle of the
'First Methodist Church met with
Mrs. George Adkins in her home
February 20, with eleven members
Prior to the meeting a social
hour was enjoyed. Delicious cher-
ry pie and whipped cream was ser-
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Mrs. Calla Perritt. A
very inspiring devotional was
brought by Mrs. Susie Chason
from the book of John. Due to ill-
ness, the program for the month
A business session was held
with the minutes being read and
approved. Members were remind.
ed that March is activities month
Sfor the circle.
The meeting was closed with
the members repeating the WSCS
DOROTHY CLARK CIRCLE
The Dorothy Clark Circle mel
at the home of Mrs. Wesley R
Ramsey for their February mis
sionary program concerning evan
The call to prayer was given anc
several members presented th<
program which was followed by i
group discussion on personal wit
nessing and dedication.
During the business meeting
special thank you card was receive
ed from the Girl's Auxiliary whicl
is sponsored by the circle. Memr
.bers were urged to attend th
Week of Prayer for home missions
LOTA PALMER CIRCLE
The Lota Palmer Circle of th
Long Avenue Baptist Church me
Tuesday, at 8:30 a.m. with Mrs
The meeting was opened wit]
prayer by Mrs. N. G. Martin, cil
After a brief business meeting
Mrs. J. C. Odum gave the call t
prayer and scripture from Jame
2:8 followed by prayer.
Mrs. Bill Laird gave a very ir
teresting program "Home Mission
In Baptist Centers". Those takin
part were Mrs. Helen Britt an
Mrs. Jessie Core.
There were nine members pre:
ent, and one visitor, Mrs. W.
Ferrell, WMU president.
The next meeting of the circle
will be in the home of Mrs. Joh
The meeting was dismissed wit:
prayer by Mrs. Harry Ford.
EDNA HORTON CIRCLE
The Edna Horton Circle of th
Long Avenue WMS met Wednei
day morning at the home of Mr.
Weems Robbins with seven mem-
bers and one visitor, the general
WMS president, Mrs. Joe Ferrell,
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Mrs. George Holland.
The'prayer calendar was given by
Mrs. Barney Early. After a busi-
ness session a most interesting and
inspiring program, "Involvement
In Evangelism" was presented by
Mrs. Harold Raffield, chairman.
Those taking part on the pro-
gram, were: chairman, Mrs. Raf-
field, Mrs. George Holland, Mrs.
Weems Robbins, Mrs. Barney Ear-
ly and Mrs. Joe Ferrell who high-
lighted the program with a per-
sonal testimony on Evangelism.
Those present were, Mrs. Wil-
liam Snellgrove, Mrs. 0. M. Tay-
lor, Mrs. George Holland, Mrs.
Barney Early, Mrs. Harold Raf-
field, Mrs. Raymond Hardy, Mrs.
Weems Robbins and Mrs. Joe Fer-
The meeting was closed with a
prayer by Mrs. Ferrell.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Anderson Is
At the annual meeting of the
Hospital Auxiliary which was held
Friday morning at the Municipal
Hospital, Mrs. Milton Anderson,
the new president, announced the
new pick-up and marking commit-
tee for March, April and May.
They are as follows: Mrs. Charles
Brock, 229-2142; Mrs. Paul Fen-
som, 227-5661 and Mrs. Al Har-
Members are asked to cut out
the following list of workers. The
Cpl John D. Linton
Awarded Air Medal
DA NANG, VIETNAM (FIITNC)
-Marine Corporal John D. Linton,
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Highland View, was awarded the
Air Medal while, serving with Ma-
rine Observation Squadron (VMO)-
2 at the Marble Mountain Air Fac-
ility, Da Nang, Vietnam.
The squadron is a unit of Ma-
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He received the medal "For he-
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in aerial flight ."
Personnel of VMO-2 fly the UH-
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in support of U. S. Marines, Army
of the Republic of Vietnam sol-
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operations against the enemy.
April 29-Mrs. Frank Pate, Mrs.
Dillon Smith and Mrs. Bill Wha-
- May 6-Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr.,
Mrs. Tom Coldewey and Mrs.
May 13-Mrs. Dave Jones, Mrs.
Frank Hannon and Mrs. Robert
May 20-Mrs. Tom Smith, Mrs.
Morgan Jones and Mrs. Maurice
May 27-Mrs. George Anchors,
Mrs. Joe Parrott and Mrs. Ed Ram-
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Investment Firm Representative Tells Kiwanis Club That Future Promises Growth
George Hampton, a representa- Club Tuesday that indications are his prediction was based on the 15 million by 1970.
tive. of the A. G. Edwards & Son for even greater prosperity dur- opinion of government, econo- The largest challenge facing
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COOKING OIL No. 10 jug 999c
COFFEE -- 2 lb. can 1.49
Showboat-No. 2Y2 Cans
Pork & Beans 4 cans 69c
Lykes Corned Beef-No. 300
HASH ---- 2 cans 59c
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Large California Firm Head
LETTUCE-__ 2 hds. 29c CABBAGE ---- Ib. 5c
Reg. White Limit 10 Lbs. with $5.00 Order
Potatoes 10 lbs. 29c
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SEVENTH STREET HIGHLAND VIEW
Hampton said that indications
are that the largest gain will be
made in the chemical, rubber and
plastics, drugs and toiletries, elec-
tric power, office and service
equipment, instruments, trailers
and boats, paper, aluminum, elec-
tric appliances and natural gas
liquids fields. He predicted that
the steel industry would take the
biggest setbacks due to encroach-
ments by lighter metals in the
next few years.
The speaker said that the pre-
dictions were based on the popu-
lation explosion. He said that the
age group of 20-34 will increase by
ness and industry is expected to
spend $90 billion by 1970 for ex-
Guests of the club were Frank
Hulzen of. Gadsden, Ala., and stu-
dent guests Jean Maddox and Bar-
Newcomers to the Port St. Joe
area during the past week include:
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Bryan, 205
6th Street, Highland View.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Stone, Du-
val Street, Oak Grove.
Junior Girl Scout Troop
Junior Girl Scout Troop 125, in observance
of "Plant A Tree Day" chose the grounds of the
Stac House as the site to plant their magnolia
tree. "Plant A Tree" day is a state-wide beautifi-
cation program and is the goal set by Debbie But-
tier, Senior Scout from Heart of Florida Council,
who served as a delegate to the National Youth
Conference on natural beauty and conservation in
Washington, D. C. Girls taking part in the activi-
-m. r.. -
Plants Tree At Stac House
ty were, left to right: Melairie Witherow, Susan
O'Shall, D'ebbie Miller, Patti Davis, Janet Sutton,
Ruthie Fleming, Sarah Clair Herring, Cindy Flan-
ders, Pam Reeves, Chris Laird, Eva Margaret
Maddox, Pam Peters, Debbie Parker, Susan Tram-
mell, Cindy Chatham, Martha Griffith, Delores
Mallett, Susan Carter and Mitzi Hendrix. Leaders
Mrs. William Laird and Mrs. Chatham are stand-
ing behind the girls. -Star photo
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Scouts Join In Old
The Historical Society with its
president, Jesse Stone, has the re-
storation of the Old St. Joseph
Cemetery as part of its program.
Mrs. Hubert Brinson is chairman
of this phase of work for the So-
A member of Girl Scout Troop
157 visited the cemetery recently
and was impressed with the work
that had been done there. It was
recommended to the Troop that
for their observance of the Scout's
"Plant A Tree" program, they
plant a dogwood tree in the ceme-
Mrs. Brinson and Mrs. Tom Mos-
:ley, an active member of the So-
ciety met the girls at the cemetery
to help with selecting the proper
place to plant the tree.
After the tree was planted, a
Troop flag ceremony was held
and Mrs. Brinson gave some inter-
esting facts about the cemetery.
The members of Girl Scout
Troop No. 157 and their leaders,
Mrs. Braxton Ward and Mrs. Sid-
ney Anchors, would like for every-
one to help the Historical Society
preserve the old cemetery.
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USDA Good Beef CHUCK
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Girl Scout Troop 157 Plants Dogwood
Girl Scout Troop No. 157 planted a dogwood Standing, left to right: Terry Donna Brown, Janet
tree in the old St. Joseph Cemetery in observance Murphy, Juanice Griffin, Shelia Stoutamire, Dawn
of the Scout program of "Plant A Tree". Those Anchors, Sara Ann Foberts, Jacque Ard, Mariam
participating were: seated, left to right: Debra Harrison, Vicky Richards, Sandy Ward, Terry
Jones, Debra Murphy, Pam Parker, Terri Webber, Brown and Donna Maddox.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1967 PAGE NINE
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am sure that if the husbands fol-
low the instructions given in God's
word to them, most wives will be
pleased to submit themselves to
Now wives, let's look at the
facts. The word "submit" has the
teaching of bringing oneself under
the authority of your husband.
This condition is demonstrated by
the wives obedience. The words
"your own" have the thought of
the husband being a unique pri-
vate possession. The quality of
this obedience spoken of here is
not based on the husband's deserv-
ing it, but rather the obedience is
rendered to the husband because
of the wife's loyalty to her Say-
God did not put the man as the,
head' because he felt he was better
or more qualified, nor did he do
this because of any lack of love
for you. iGod, in His infinite wis-
dom, did what was best for all.
Again, let 'it be said that obe-
dience should be carried out with
delight because of Christ.
Wives, there is good reason for
you to honor God's request, es-
pecially if your husband is unsav-
ed and in danger of hell-fire.
Turn in the' Bible to I Peter 3:1;
"Likewise, ye wives, be in subjec-
tion ,to your own husbands; that
if any obey not the word, they also
may, without the word, be won by
the conversation of the wives:"
For example, suppose you, have a'
husband that is unsaved. You have
told him about, the Saviour who
died for his sins. The husband re-
fuses to accept Christ and becomes
antagonistic to you. Remember, 'he
'knows the gospel and any further
cramming it down his throat will
drive him away. The word "con-
versation" is referring to a -per-
son's words and deeds (This mean-'
ing has changed over the years).
'One thing the unbeliever can-
not deny is the 'transformed life.
Hearing the gospel from your lips
and then: seeing it' in your lives
is a witness that is impossible 'to
refute. They still may not accept
Christ, .yet 'they are without ex-
cuse for such rejection is willful
rebellion. Then, too, remember if
he is saved G6d will reward you
foryour faithfulness to Him (God).
IV he is not saved, your obedience
to the Word of God makes you
blameless in God's sight. Keep in
mind, always, that a Christian's
first loyalty is to the .Lord.
Sin is never acceptable to God
for any reason. Make sure your
conduct is, always proper in the
light of God's word.
Your' questions and comments
are welcome. Address your reply
to "Thus Saith the, Lord" care of
The :Star, Port St. Joe.
CARD OF THANKS
SI would like to express my sin-
cere thanks and appreciation to
my ,many friends for their flow-
ers, citrds and letters during my
MRS. FRANK M. ROWAN, Sr.
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LADIES WINTER LEAGUE
Sunshine Grocery went into
first place by taking all four games
from Tapper's Senators Wednes-
day morning. Evelyn Smith bowled
a 505 series for Sunshine. She had
games of 179, 163 and 163. Jo Ham-
mond had a 420 series -for Sun-
shine., Vivian Hardy was high for
Tapper's with a 430 series.
E. L. Amison's won four games
from Tynes. This tied Tapper's
Senators and E. L. Amison's for
second place. Eula Dickey had high
series for Amison's with a 456' ser-
ies for Amison's with a 456 series.
She also picked up a 5-10 split.
Ruby Lucas had a 460 series for
Pate's won three games and 13
Mile, one. Bowling high for 13
Mile was Ola Jean Silvia with a
396 series. Gaid Hinote had high
series for Pate's with a 424.
Ferrell's and Beaman's split two
and two' on lanes 3 and& 4. Peggy
Highland View Water Users
Water bills are payable at 322
Fifth Street from the First to the
15th of 'each month. Bills pqt paid
by the 16th will have service cut
BOARD of COMMISSIONERS
Highland View Water and
The White City Baptist Church
will call for bids to sell the 3 bed-
room home at White City, formerly
used as a pastorium. Bids will be
received until March 6.
Building must be removed from
For further information call 227-
The church reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. 3t-2-16
Preston D. Ramsey will not lbe
responsible for any debts other
than those personally incurred. Ef-
fective the date of first publication
of this notice, February 9, 1967.
4tp-2-9 PRESTON D. RAMSEY
KNOW YE, that I, TOM ADAMS,
Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, do hereby give notice that
a First Special Primary Election
will be held on Tuesday, Febru-
ary 28. 1967, for the purpose of
filling vacancies in Legislative Of-
fices of the Florida' State Senate
and the Florida House of Repre-
A Second Special Primary Elec-
tion, if necessary, will be held on
Tuesday, March 14, 1967, and a
S p e cial Election on Tuesday,
March 28, 1966.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State of Florida to be affixed at
Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the Tenth day of February, A.
J TOM ADAMS,
Secretary of State
Jenkins had a 426 series for Fer-
rell's and Louise Schweikert had
a 500 series for Beaman's. Louise
had games of 175, 194 and 131.
Good bowling, Louise.
Team Standings W L
Sunshine Gro. ----- 59% 28%
Tapper's Senators -- 58 30
E. L. Amison --------58 30
13 Mile Oyster Co. 49 39
Beaman Plumbing -- 45 43
Pate's Service -------37 50%
Tyne's Standard ... 25 63
Ferrell's Supply -- 20 68
Gulf County Ladies League
Sorry ladies, made an error in
the news on our bowling night of
February 7. St. oe Paper Dolls
took a 3-1 win over Frank Han-
non's, instead of the 2%, 1% I
reported. I'll try not to let this
happen again and as of this week
the standings are correct.
This Wednesday night really
saw some fine bowling. Mary
Brown, Evelyn Smith and Jo Fer-
rell all bowled over 500 series.
Mary Brown led the alleys with a
high series of 552; and Evelyn
Smith led the alleys with a high
game of 228. These were very ex-
citing games. '
St. Joe Paper Dolls are coming
up on the standings taking a 3-1
win over St. Joe Furniture. Patsy
Vickers led the Paper Dolls with
a 392 series and Ellen Sidwell fol-
lowed her with a 366 series. Jean
Lee had high game of 139. Opal
Howard led St. Joe Furniture 'with
a 378 series and high game of 177.
Dot Williamsi followed her with a
Whitco took all four games over
Gliddenf. Mary Brown bowling hard
and high for Whitco with games
of 193, 192 and 167 giving her a
fine series of 552., Shirley Whit-
field followed her with a 457 ser-
ies. Whitco led the alleys in total
pins with a 2259. Evelyn Smith,
bowling hard and, high for Glidden
with games of 143, 167 and' 228
giving her a fine series of 538.
Mary Alice Lyons followed her
Whitco, Inc. --------63
William's Alley Kats -- 54%
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Frank Hannon's _------49
St. oe Paper Dolls -__ 37
Raffield's Seafood --36
Rich's IGA ---------30
St. Joe Furniture --29
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Williams Alley Kats and Frank
Hannon's wouldn't let one out-do
the other so they split 2-2, this
putting the Alley Kats in second
place. Eleanor Williams led the
Alley Kats with a 435 series and
high games of 166. Chris Kershner
followed her with a 404 series. Jo
Ferrell bowling hard for Hannon's
with games of 184, 172 and 147 giv-
ing her a 503 series. Melba Barbee
followed her with a 413 series.
Raffield's and Rich's also split
2-2. Jo Hammond, a substitute, led
Raffield's with a 438 series and
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
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Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
4OX WILLIAMS AVE.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1967 PAGE ELEVEN
the Telephone Company would ner of U. S. 98 and 6th Street in
Minutes of The give the county and courthouse Highland View. He said that the
Minutes of The contractors full cooperation in State Road Maintenance crew
supplying all telephone require- would install the pipe if the coun-
GUilFE e0UNTY 0nMM IS ONl ments for the new courthouse and ty would supply them. The Road
ULF COUNTY COMMISSION jail. Comm. Graham informed the Department was directed to place
Board that it has been called to the pipe at said site.
his attention that plans for the The Board approved the indigent
,WWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA City limits. He said that his Fire telephone lines in the new court- roll for payment on Mprch 1st af-
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA City limits He said that his Fire house called for running separate ter adding the following: Ruth
February 14, 1967 Department attended 17 fires in conduit from the terminal to each Paul (2 months only) $15.00; Val-
The Board of County Commis- 1965 and 13 during 1966 that were telephone outlet. After discussion, dine Blakely $15.00 and Mrs.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida outside the City. The Board in- Comm. Graham moved to have the Dewey Vinson $15.00. The Clerk
met this date' in regular, session formed him that the funds are be- plans changed to reduce the was instructed to make checks
with the following members pros- ing withheld because it was amount of conduit used for the for the above as of this date. The
ent: ames G.' McDaniel, chairman, thought that. some of the funds telephone lines in order to reduce Board approved a $75.00 payment
James C. Horton, vice chairman, would be required to complete the cost of this item. The motion to the Calhoun General Hospital
Leo Kennedy, Walter Graham and the two fire stations in White City received no second, for indigent patient Inez Bright.
T. D. Whitfield. The Clerk, Sheriff, and Highland View. After discus-
Attorney, Mosquito Control Super- sion, the Board voted to pay, the Norwood Cobb, president of the Chairman James G. McDaniel
visor ande Road Superintendent Cit of Port St. Joe $373.46 from Pensacola Office Equipment Co., left the meeting at this point and
were also presentuperintend the Fire District funds, after the appeared before the Board and vice chairman James C. Horton
werThe m eeting came to order same was recommended by the offered his services as a consultant took' the chair.
The meeting came to order at three Fire Commissioners. y e or all furniture requirements 'for Hon. Samuel A. Patrick, Tax As-
So'clock A.M. The pralerk opened the new courthouse and jail. He sessor requested the Board to ap-
the meeting with prayer. Mr. Coldewey then discussed a said he would charge a fee of $3,- prove the foowing deductions on
Minutes of January 10,1967 were number, of old indigent hospital 500 for the complete job..Ralph A. the 1966 tax roll, to-wit:
read, corrected, approved and bills. The Chairman announced Bender, president of Ralph A. Ben-
adopted with the following correc- that a number of hospital bills der Associates offered his services Page 162, line 36, Doug Crain,
tion: Page 2: Small Claims Court- hawere approved as furniture consultant at a maxi- l. $2650 taxes 66.78, reduced by
Comm. Horton requested that the '^maum m o$ 0 eah a^ ,^ve d n mum fee of $4,000 less 5% of the 66.7 c einte 2 G Et Mcnill
minutesshowthat he voted against eld because the budget dd not total price of all furniture pur- 167, line 25, G. E. McGill,
the county paying for a telephone contain sufficient funds to pay chased ,from firms represented by val $3300, taxeso83.16, reduced by
for the all Claims Court because them at ths time. The Chairman his company. After consideration, 7550, correctedamou $7.66.
funds ,ere not in the budget for then appointed Comm. Graham to there was a motion by Comm. Ken- Page 167, line 24, R.-B. Baxley,
that t ose and that he was not cheek with the hospital to deter- .iedy, seconded by Comm. Whit- val. $3300, taxes 83.16, reduced by
against the office having a tele- mine if bills as listed in a letter field and duly carried, that this 75,50, corrected amount $7.66.
phone- f. rom City of Port St. Joe dated Board enter into a contract with Page 167, line 24, E. C. Burns,
Jes V. t o ^, c i f h Jan. 11, 1967 are county ,indigent Ralph A. Bender and Associates of val. $550, taxes 13.86, reduced by
e. sJse. PS shaPankC t patients that were approved prior Atlanta, Ga., for services as fur- 12.60, corrected amount $1.26.
tee appeared before the Board and toentering thal. nature consultant. The attorney Page 15, line 23, taxes 8316 rell
discussed the future park plans. .Mr Coldewey then requested was directed to. prepare the pro- Estate, val.$3300, taxes 83.16, re
He 'said that the State Board of the county to include Monument per contract for execution at a duced by 41.58, corrected amount
Parks have requested $689,500.00 Avenue from 9th Street to Allen later date. $41.58.
to be used on said Park improve- Memorial Way in the City of Port Robert Freeman, Plant Manager, Page 159, taine 7,83 lma dggceby
ments. He then requested the St. Joe be ade a part of the Michigan Chemical Corporation ap- v8. $ orrecta o tce b
Board to adopt a resolution re- State Secondary maintenance sys- feared before the Board and re- 836, corrected amou L nonsCecil
questing the State to appropriate tem. Whereupon, there was a mo- ported that his Company 16500 taxe 19, Lyons, 80 e
the $689,500.00 as requested by the tionby Comm. Graham, seconded pleted a study of the airborne dust Ho m.- l 'c ..etd a rn
Park Board and that copies of the by omm.Whitfiel and duy car- problem; that his Engineers have dced by 126.00, corrected amount
resOlutionmbe mailed to the Chair- ned that the county adopt a reso- decided that an electrostatic pro- 0 175 28David H. Jones
man of the House and Senate Ap- .lution requesting the State Road cess of catching the dust was su- ,age 175, ine 8,5 44 rDaones,
propriation o mttees an er d epartment to comply wirt thS d; h th he c can 5 ned
propriation Committees and to the Department to comply with this perior to all other methods con- val. $2200, taxes 55.44, reduced by
Governor of the State. After dis- request. The Attorney was directed sidered; that the specifications and 35 corec1ted am t Ray $0Lav
.cussion, there was a motion by to prepare the proper resolution, bids are being prepared at this Page 1 n 1 ay 41. edu v
Comm, Graham,, seconded by Mr. Coldewey then 'discussed time. He 'said that it would prob- el, val 0, axes rece
'Comm. Whitfield and unanimously City streets that have been here- ably take from six to nine months by 16.78, corrected amount $24.80.
'carried, that the Attorney prepare tofore placed in the county Sec- for delivery of the equipment after val $ 3, taxes 40 66 reduced by
resolutions to comply with this re- ondary Road program, but have the order is placed. Comm. Gra- 2.95 rr ted ,ount r1271uce
*quest and that they be mailed on not been paved. The Chairman an- ham said that he was very con- 27.95, corrected amount $12.71.
the first day of the Legislature. nounced that this Board will ap- corned about this problem; that Upon motion by Comm. Whit-
T. S. Coldewey, City Commis- pear before the State Road budget he has received 97 complaints from and duly carrionded the abovmm. requestaham
:sioner of the City of Port St. Joe hearing in Tallahassee at 12:30 citizens in the St. Joe area about and duly carried adbove rdequestd.
.appeared before the Board in re- P.M., Feb. 22, 1967 and that said the dust. He asked Mr. Freeman waHo .ulSa A. Pat nick di en
guards to several City-County re- City streets would again be placed what answer could he give these onrs. St countA athck n th n
lated matters. Hon. Silas R. Stone, in the county program. people. Mr. Freeman said that present the county a check in the
'City Attorney and. C. W. Brock,. The Board then discussed the there was no definite answer at amount of $13,020.45 representing
City Auditor and Clerk accom- City of Port St. Joe-County joint this time. excess fees due the Board reof Coun-
'panied Mr. Coldewey. paving program for certain streets Comm. Graham informed the that hCommissio ners and reported
Mr. Coldewey informed the in North Port St. Joe. There was a Board that three or four small' iSchool Board thesumng of$4,34015
Board that the City of Port St. Joe motion by Comm. Graham, second- mosquito drainage ditches on the as excess fees due said Board.
,was promised one-half of all funds ed by Comm. Horton and duly car- property of Paul Bratcher in White The Florida Engineering Assoc-
-collected for the St. Joseph Fire ried that the, County Road De- City should now be closed because iates presented a subdivision plat
Control District and that' said: apartment begin said paving pro- the large permanent ditch is in of Riverside Estates, Unit No. 2
funds have not been received for gram Feb. 20, 1967, weather per- operation and these small ditches and requested that same be filed
the tax year 1965. He told that emitting. are of no further use. The Mosqui- in the Public Records of the count
these funds were used by the St. Higdon Swatts, St. Joseph Tele- to Department was directed to ty. After finding that said plat
Joe Fire Department. to help de- phone and Telegraph Co. represen- close said ditches. complies with the Gulf County plat
ray the expenses of said Depart- tative appeared before the Board ,Comm. Graham discussed the law, there was a motion by Comm.
.ment in attending fires outside the and assured the Commission that need for four 18" pipe at the cor- Kennedy, seconded by Comm. Gra-
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322 MONTUTMENT AVENTTUE
ham and duly carried that said Comm. Kennedy discussed the sum of $689,500 for the forthcom-
plat be filed according to law. (in next meeting of the State Associa- ing biennium to be expended for
plat book 2, page 45). tion of County Commissioners and the development of St. oseph's
Joseph L. Donofro, Architect urged all Commissioners to attend Peninsula as a State Park and rec-
presented the following periodical the meeting. He then moved that rational area for the enjoyment
estimate for payment: Ben C. Williams, the County Road I of the public.
Southern Steel Company, esti- Supt., the Service Officer, Mosqui-
mate No. 3, $14,878.82; Guin and to Control Supervisor and the At- 2. That copies of this resolution
Hunt, Inc., estimate no. 5, $84,- torney attend said meeting, sec- be furnished to Honorable Claude
906.87. The'Board unanimously ap- onded by Co.. Graham and duly R. Kirk, Jr., Governor of the State
proved and ordered the above es-carried. of Florida, Capitol Building, Talla-
timates paid o Comm. Kennedy called the hassee, Florida; the Chairman of
The Farm Agent, County Service' Boards attention to the need for Ithe House Appropriations Commit-
Officer and Small Claims Court ditch and road work in the Beacon tee; the Chairman of the Senate
presented reports for the month of Hill area at Curtis Hart's home. Appropriations Committee.
January. The Road Dept. was directed to
Walter C. Dodson. Sr., President,I check into this problem. He then 4 This Resolution adopted this
Florida First National Bank of told of a drainage problem on 1st 14th day of February, A. D. 1967.
Port St. Joe requested that his street in Highland View and said All payrolls for the month of
bank be a county depository for its that it would require an easement January 1967 were approved and
pro-rata share of all funds con- to do the necessary work there. ratified as paid.
trolled by the Board of County The Road Department and Mos-
Commissioners. He offered an in- quito Department was instructed County bills were presented, ex-
terest rate equal to any interest to check to see what was needed to amined, approved and ordered
the county may now be receiving, correct this problem. paid:
After discussing this matter, there Comm. Kennedy moved that the T
was a motion by Comm. Kennedy Board extend Duval Street in Oak The Clerk reported the follow-
that said request be tabled until Grove to Long Avenue and extend Ing bank balances s of Feb.01 1
the full Board is present. along the swamp on the East side 1967: General 7Fund $101,231 Fine an1.27;
The State Road Department ad- of Oak Grove from Duval Street Pest Control $1,74.31; Fine ad and
vised the Board by letter that sur- across Niles Road and join in with Forfeiture $44,311.5ertifi3;ate oan
vey to determine the maximum Maddox Street. Seconded by Comm. Bridge $98,475.24; Certificate of
safe speed will be made for the Graham and duly carried. The IndebtednessSinking $77,838.78;
Highland View streets; that ap- Chairman requested Comm. Ken- Certificates of IndebtedDiss Re-
propriate speed signs will be erect- nedy to meet with the land own- serve $31,805.06; St. Joe Fire Dis-
ed; that portable signs designating ers in an effort to secure the pro- trict $693.87 Time Deposit $98,-
school zones and speed zones will per easements. 824.51and Capjital Outlay Re-
be placed by school personnel dur- The Board discussed the exten- serve $826,732,75.
)ing school hours. sion of 1st Street in Highland The Board did then appoint the
Ralph A. Swatts, Sr., requested View. A right of way problem con- following Election I n s p e action
that the Masonic Lodges of Gulf tinues to hold up this project. Boards to conduct the special and
County be granted the right to lay The Road Department was in- general election beginning Febru-
a cornerstone on the new court- structed to bill the General Con- ary 28, 1967, to-wit:
house in Port St. Joe. After discus- tractor, Guin & Hunt, Inc., for one
sion, the Board announced that man, 11 days helping the Grand PRECINCT NO. 1, East Wewa-
this request will be. granted and Jury in its investigation. hitchka, City Hall. Leona O'Neal,
that the Architect will be notified Comm. Kennedy said that in his Clerk; Eunice Arhelger, Pansy St.
to work with Mr. Swatts on this opinion some of the bad work at Clair and Josephine White, Inspec-
project. The Clerk was directed the new courthouse was done af- tors.
to notify the Architect. ter this Board employed its Clerk- PREITNCT n West Wewa
Hon.WilliamJ.IRish, County At- Inspector; that the Board should t,TE at M 2,lding Mrs. S. B.
torney filed the following report: call Mr. Jones before the Board Brok..'eel d-. lg s '.S
Hon. James G. McDaniel, Chmn. and inform him exactly what this wn Clerk; Mrs. Cosetta Wal-nd
Board County Commissioners, Board expects him to do in ful- singham, Mrs. Wyneedi Tate actors
Gulf County, filling his duties. Mrs. Silas Meredith, Inspectors.
Wewahitchka, Florida Comm. Graham was retired from PRECINCT NO. 3, Dalkeith,
Re: Grand Jury Report the meeting at this point. Smith Building: Carmie Mrutch-
New Courthouse and Jail Comm. Kennedy told the Board field, Clerk; Thelma Vanhorn,
Dear Mr. McDaniel: that the Grand Jury investigation Stella Tillman and Bessie Smith,
A few days ago you requested of the new courthouse would not Inspectors.
that I study the report of the have been possible had it not been
Grand Jury relative to the new for Arthur Atwell and James Bai- PRECINCT NO. 4, Overstreet,
courthouse and jail. You requested ley and recommended that the Community Building: Annie Cook,
that I also set forth the steps ne- Board write each of them a letter Clerk; E. Iona Grace, Minnie E.
cessary to comply with the recom- thanking them for their part in Herring and immy M. Hardy, In-
mendations found in the report. this matter. The Clerk was direct- spectors.
After carefully studying the re- ed to write the letter to comply
port of the grand jury, I would with this recommendation. PRECINCT NO. 5, Highland
suggest that the following steps Collins and Odom, Architects for View, Ferrell Building Supply:
would serve as an outline in com- the two fire stations filed inspec- Mrs. Ralph. Nance, Clerk: Mrs. J.
plying with the recommendations tion report dated Jan. 30, 1967 J. Laurimore, Mrs. Ted Whitfield
of the grand jury: shown gthat reinforcing steel pla- and Mrs. Emma Jo Ferrell, Inspec-
1. Continuation of weekly writ- ced, conduit placed and slab ready tors -E. T. W.e .,
ten reports by the Clerk-Inspec- for pouring, conduit for lights in PRECINCT NO 6, White City,
tor; the grand jury recommends lace and lights about 50% instal- Commumty Building: Mrs. R. L
that this weekly report be thor- led Smith, Clerk: Mrs. Bill Beauchamp,
ough and complete in reporting Pursuant to notice to receive Mrs. B. G. Harper and Mrs. James
the progress of the construction: bids for the purchase of one ac- Johnson, Inspectors.
2. (a) In addition to the written. counting machine, the Board re- PRECINCT NO. 7, Kenny Mill:
report, the Commissioners should ceived the following bids: Mrs. Coleman Tharpe, Clerk; Mrs.
meet with the Clerk-Inspector at Burroughs Corporation offered Lola Mims, Mrs. Allie Key and
least twice each month to receive one Alphanumeric Accounting Ma- Mrs. Lettie Thomas, Inspectors.
oral reports and examine the pro- chine as per specifications at $4,- PRECINCT NO. 8, North Port
gress of construction. It would '452.80, or on a monthly rental ba- St. Joe, City Hall: Mrs. Fred Mad-
seem" logical that another meeting sis of (per month) $97.96. After dox, Clerk; Mrsk W. J. Daughtry,
date be scheduled monthly and 60 months the machine would be- Mrs. J. A. Garrett and Mrs. Ethel
that this meeting, or work session, long to the county. B. Westbrook, Inspectors.
be held at the courthouse site. NCR offered a machine with ad- PRECINCT NO. 9, Stack House,
When possible, the Architect ditiqnal features at $11,660.00 and Port St. Joe: Mrs. Dessie L. Parker,
should be present at these meet- a rebuilt machine at $3,752.00. Clerk; Mrs. Alma G. Vanlanding-
ings. After consideration the Board ham, Mrs. Elise Dawson and Mrs.
(b) On the regular meeting date voted to reject all bids. Julia M. Smith, Inspedtors.
of the Board, the Clerk-Inspector The Board voted to advertise for PRECINCT NO. 10, Scout House,
should make an oral report at the cypress lumber to be used in Port St. Joe: Margaret H. Nichols,
County Commissioners meeting, or bridge building and for one power Clerk; Mary L. Baxley, Mary Fran-
the Commissioners should set aside unit for the county drag 'line. The ces McInnis and Hazel I. Black-
the last part of each meeting to Attorney was directed to prepare burn, Inspectors.
meet at the courthouse site and the advertisement after receiving PRECINCT NO. 11, Centennial
review the progress of construc- the specifications from the Road Building, Port St. Joe: Mrs. Tal-
tion. Department. madge Kennedy, Clerk; Mrs. G. R.
3. Request that the Architect re- The Board unanimously adopted Padgett, Mrs. Faye Burkett and
port on the status of changes the following resolution: Mrs. Mozelle Hand, Inspectors.
which he has required with re- RESOLUTION There being no other business,
guard to piling cluster No. 63. WHEREAS, it is to the best in- the meeting did then adjourn.
4. The report requested that you terest of the people of Gulf County, JAMES G. McDANIEL,
require the Clerk-Inspector to Florida, and more particularly the Chairman
exert strict supervision over the citizens and residents of Port St. ATTEST:
work in progress. The grand jury Joe, Florida, that maintenance be GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
did, however,, recognize that the instituted on the part of Mbnu-
present Inspector was not employ- ment Avenue from Ninth Street to
ed by the Board until after the Allen Memorial Way in the City ,
work was started. pf Port St. Joe, Florida, and taping rib
5. Write a letter to the foreman WHEREAS, it is the opinion of
of the grand jury informing him the Board of County Commission-
of the steps taken by this Board in ers that the proper maintenance IS 0ld lM t
compliance with the recommenda- of said street can be best carried
tions of the grand jury. out by the State Road Department
If I can be of further service in under the Secondary Road Pro- -
this matter, please feel free to call gram,
or write. NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RE-
Very truly yours. SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
WILLIAM J. RISH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
The Board entered into lengthy GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, as fol- -
discussion with reference to the lows:
above report. Comm. Graham re- 1. That the State Road Depart-
commended that the Architect vis- meant be, and it is hereby, request- -
it the job site more frequently ed to include that part of Monu-
than he is doing at present. He meant Avenue from Ninth Street to I
then moved that the above report Allen Memorial Way in the City
be adopted by this Board, with the of Port St. Joe, Florida, under the DOCTORS
addition that the Arctitect visit Secondary Road program and that NOW PDRESCRDE
the job site more frequently and the said street be henceforth main- nu ."n
that the Board comply with each tained by the State Road Depart- COMFORTABLE
and every recommendation. Sec- ment }
onded by Comm. Kennedy and 2. That a copy of this resolu- EASILY-REMOVED
upon vote was unanimously car- tion be forwarded to the properi
rned. officials of the State Road Depart- B U P *
The Clerk read a letter from meant and to the proper officials of RIB SUPPORTS -
Robert W. Jones, Clerk-Inspector the City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
for the, construction of the new This resolution adopted this If your doctor prescribes a
courthouse and jail. The Chair- 14th day of February, A. D. 1967. rib support for YOU... or
ma anannounced that each member The following resolution was if he prescribes any other
of the Board has a copy of said unanimously adopted: type orfanatomicalsupport
letter and that no action will be RESOLUTION -for obesity, for a back
taken at this time. WHEREAS, the State of Florida condition, for ptosis, for
Comm. Graham told the Board and Gulf County have spent in ex- protection after surgery-
that Hubert whitfield has request- cess of $1,000,000 in acquiring the bring that prescription to
ed a County job and that the Road necessary lands and building ac- us. Our professional appli.
Superintendent says he can work cess roads to a proposed State ance department is here for
him and thereupon moved that he Park on St. Joseph's Peninsula in just one reason-to serve
be employed for a 12 month per- Gulf County, Florida, and your needs and those of
iod, seconded by Comm. Kennedy. WHEREAS, the land heretofore your doctor with OTC
Upon vote the following voted: acquired is one of the few remain- PROFESSIONALAPPLI-
AYE, Graham, Kennedy and Hor- ing undeveloped public beach front ANCES, carefully selected,
ton. NAY, Whitfield. Comm. Whit- areas in the State of Florida which skillfully fitted.
field said he could not vote in fa- is ideally suited for a State Park,
vor of this employment because and O//
Hubert Whitfield was related to WHEREAS, the Florida Board of O'
him. Parks and Historical Memorials has
Comm. Kennedy discussed the requested an appropriation during KUO2- /U//
possibility of adding voting pre- the next biennium of $689,500 for /
cincts in order to relieve the the further development of the
amount of work and many long State Park on St. Joseph's Peninsu-
hours required to hold an election la,
under the present 11 precincts. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
The Attorney advised that pre- SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF CAMPBELI'S
cincts could be divided during COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
1967, 1969. The Board instructed GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, as fol- DRUG STORE
the Attorney to discuss this matter lows:
with the Supervisor of Registration 1. That the Legislature of the
to see if she has recommendations State of Florida be, and it is here-
I along this line. by, requested to appropriate the
THlE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla.
PAGE~ TWELVE~ TH STR ot t oFlrd HUSAMRC ,16
By GILDA GILBERT
John Robert Mgdlemas Announces His
CGt ilt110( (Of $8-0 OCil H TO HOUS0
S.UIIUIMUUVTI IV[ IM-V
John Robert Middlemas is a can-
didate to succeed himself as a
member of the House of Represen-
tatives, .District 8, representing
Bay, Gulf and Calhoun Counties.
Middlemas was elected to the
House last year but must run again
as a result of the Federal Court
.order invalidating the present leg-
islature and requiring new elec-
EIP.IVIl IV lUvI V
the people of Bay, Gulf and Cal-
houn Counties to re-elect me to
the House so that I may complete
that term of office.
"The U. S. Supreme Court, in
what I consider an outrageous dis-
regard for the people. of Florida,
has dissolved the legislature that
was chosen by the people in an
orderly and fair election. Now
many new candidates have jump-
ed at this opportunity given them
Sharks Get To Semi-Finals
Last Thursday night the Sharks
defeated the Wewa Gators 57-46
in the Group Tournament in Talla-
hassee. Eddie McFarland was high
point man for the Sharks with 19
points and Andrew Lewis was sec-
ond with 13 points. The team and
the cheerleaders remained in Tal-
lahassee for the game Friday night
with Blountstown. The Sharks
were defeated by a score of 25-16.
Eddie McFarland was again high
point man for the Sharks with six
points. This tournament ended'
the Sharks 1966-67. basketball sea-
son. The student body would like
to commend the team and the
coaching staff on the fine represen-
Sharks Lose In
The Port St. Joe Sharks made it
to the semi-finals of the Group 4-B
basketball tournament in Tallahas-
see last Thursday night by defeat-
ing the Wewahitchka Gators 57-46
in the tournament opener.
The Sharks jumped to a 7-2 lead
with Eddie McFarland and Andy
Lewis hitting early in the first per-
iod. The Gators came alive to cut,
the Sharks lead to four points by
the end of the period 13-9,
The Gators tied the game up in
the second quarter, but Eddie Mc-
Farland netted 10 points in the
period to put the Sharks back in
front 33-26 at the halftime.
The. Sharks coasted in the sec-
ond half and at one time had a 17
The top scorer and rebounder
Middlemas is a life-long resident by the Supreme Court and we are for the Gators was center Joe Fish-
of Panama City. A graduate of faced with a speedy, disorderly er with 22 points.
Bay High and Emory University, and costly election. I
he has been in, the insurance and "Since I was elected last year, McFarland was high man for the
real estate 'business with his fa- I have done' much to prepare 'my- Sharks with 19 points. Andy Lewis
their and brother since 1957. self for service in the Legislature. scored 13.
He, has served on the local li- I have comibleted two pro-session Score by quarters:
brary board for six years. He was schools for legislators. I have al- Port St. Joe .. 13 20' 11 13-57
president of the board in 1961. He ready attended two special sessions Wewahitchka -- 9 17 6 14-46
was also a member of the State of the Legislature during which I *
Library and .litorieal Commission have become familiar with the pro- The Sharks met the Blountstown
for two yea. cedures of the House of Represen- Tigers in the semi-finals Friday
Middlemas is a past member of tatives. During the special-session nihgt. The locals hadn't been able
the Bay County Democratic Exec- dealing with reapportionment I to best the Tigers all year, so they
utive Committee. Other activities served on the important Reappor- tried their stall tactics to try and
include membership in the Jay- tionment Committee. pull the game out of ,the fire.
eces, Kiwanis, Elks- member of the "Beetause the governor called a
United Fund Board of Directors special session to deal with the The Sharks held the ball for the
for five years and co-chairman of adoption of a new constitution I first three quarters. Blountstown
the 'Cancer Society Fund Raising have studied the proposed new picked up two quick baskets ear-
Drive in 1961. document in depth and I am pre- ly in the game and led 4-0 at the
John Rbbert lives with his wife pared to begin work on Constitu- end of the period. Each team scor-
Kendall and three children at 451 tional revision whenever the leg- ed afield goal in the second per-
S. Palo Alto Avenue in Panama islature must do this. ld for a 6-2 halftime score
City. "I have already been selected Late in the third period a foul
Concerning his campaign Middle- to serve on five important com- shot and a field goal gave the Ti-
mas stated: "I was elected to the mittees in the House, and I have gers a 9-2 edge as the last stanza
Ilorida House of Representatives been attending committee meet- got underway.
last year by the people of Bay and ings. One of the five is the Tax
Gulf Counties. Now I am asking and Finance Committee, one of The Sharks were then forced to
the most important committees of try and make some points, but the
"I ask the people of BAy, Gulf Sharks were defeated 20-12.
and Calhoun Counties to let me Score by quarters:
continue to serve thm,. I think Port St. Joe ..___ 0 2 0 10-12
that I have prepared myself for Blountstown _- 4 2 3 11-20
the job. As I did dati& my last .
campaign, I again pledge myself
to an honest and dil unified race, PINES
one free from aay personal at- N'
tacks on my opponent. I want to Stand Tall
be able to say that those whom I In Fl ida
oppose will be just as much my n r i S
friends on election day as they I .Future!
I I I I
station they have made for Port St.
Joe High this year.
Beauty Salon Queen
Margo James, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmie James, was
crowned 1967 Beauty Salon Queen
Monday night by the former queen,
Julia Ann Boyett. Margo was se-
lected by the senior class from the
five finalists selected by the sen-
iors. The finalists were Sandra
Scheffer, Charlene Brock, Elain
Blackburn and Pam .Parker. Margo
received a bouquet Of pink carna-
tions and will reign as queen for
the coming year.
Mrs.: Biggs, head of the English
Department, attended a meeting
held at the State Department of
Education in Tallahassee, Febru-
ary 22. She attended the meeting
of the innovations of Instruction
steering committee. This commit-
tee is set up by the Florida Educa-
Honor Society Convention
The District I National Honor
Society Convention is being held
March 4 in Blountstown. The Port
St. Joe Chapter plans to run for
President for the coming year.
There will be 16 students and Miss
Niblack representing Port St. Joe
in the discussion groups, brain
brawl and various other activities.
INVITATION TO BID
Bid No. 43
Sealed bids will be received by
the City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida at its reg-
ular place of meeting in the Mu-
nicipal Building in Port St. Joe,
Florida until 12:00 Noon EST on
March 21, 1967 for the, following
described mowing machine:
24" Rotary Mower Blade, one
piece tempered alloy steel with
long cutting edge for maximum
mulching effect; cutting height
from %" 'to 3Y2". Heavy duty
tube strip and sheet steel frame;
20" heavy duty bicycle type rear
wheels; front wheels 6x1.75; 7
hp. Wisconsin engine.
Bid opening will be at 8:00 P.M.
March 21, 1967.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
Highland View Elementary School
Monday, March 6
Sliced ham, buttered potatoes,
snap beans, green salad, hot bis-
cuits, jelly and milk.
Tuesday, March 7
Spaghetti and meat sauce, field
peas, celery sticks, peanut butter
chews, white bread and milk.
Wednesday, March 8
Chicken and noodles, turnip
greens, spiced beets, strawberry
applesauce, corn bread and milk.
Thursday, March 9
Mamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions, pickles,
chocolate pudding, white bread
Friday, March 10
Roast beef, rice, green butter
beans, apple, carrot and raisin sal-
ad, lemon cake, white bread and
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 6
Beef and vegetable stew, pimen-
to cheese, sliced tomatoes, hot bis-
cuit, syrup and butter and milk.
Tuesday, March 7
Sloppy Joe on buns, green but-
ter beans, cabbage and carrot sal-
ad, oatmeal cookies, butter and
Wednesday, March 8
Meat loaf, mashed potatoes, let-
tuce and tomato salad, apple pie,
white bread and butter and milk.
Thursday, March 9
Barbecue chicken on buns, snap
beans, celery sticks, candied sweet
potatoes, butter and milk.
Friday, March 10
Roast beef, buttered rice, Eng-
lish peas, lettuce and tomato sal-
ad, cookies, prunes, white bread,
butter and milk.
Records Show March As Having Manr
Highway Deaths, Accidents; Take Care
TALLAHASSEE "Beware of
March" is the ominous word to mo-
torists from the Florida Highway
Patrol, warning that the first
month of spring has been consist-
ently one of the most dangerous
months on Florida's highways.
Pointing out the fact that one
person died every four and one
half hours in traffic wrecks dur-
ing March of 1966, Colonel H. N.
Kirkman, Director of the Depart-
ment of Public Safety said, "Flor-
ida's distressing highway accident
figures for March speak for them-
selves. Last year 16,162 traffic ac-
cidents occurred on our highways,
killing 165 and injuring 8,680 per-
An estimated 1,140,000 tourists
will be entering Florida by automo-
biles this month. Using these esti-
mates, plus experience of recent
years, and taking into account the
present downward trend of high-
way deaths for 1967, the Florida
Highway Patrol predicts that there
will be 150 traffic deaths during
March of 1967.
Colonel Kirkman concluded by
saying, "Motorists must realize
that more traffic means more dan-
gers, and that calls for extra care
and caution to stay alive while
driving during this busy traffic
month. Save your spring daydream-
ing for a time and place when you
can enjoy it."
THANKS for your Vote and Support
... .. .. .. . --- -
Your large vote in my
behalf was gratifying.
I now desire your con-
tinued support for the
General Election on
Classified Ads -
Are For You..... Use 'em
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
the right to reject any or all bids den, built in kitchen and thermo-
received, stat controlled heater. Phone 229-
C. W. BROCK 3t 1361. tfc-1-26
3-2 City Auditor and Clerk
FOR REAL ESTATE SALES and
INVITATION TO BID RENTALS contact Elizabeth W.
Bid No. 44 Thompson, associate. Mexico Beach
Sealed Bids will be received by Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98, 19th
the City Commission of the City of St. Phone 648-4545 E. Tom Prid-
Port St. Joe, Florida at its regular. geon, broker. tfc3-31
place of meeting in the Municipal FOR RENT: Nice house at St. Joe
Building in Port St. Joe, Florida B cle-w,
until 12:00 Noon EST on March Beach. Pets and children 'wel-
21, 1967 for the following describ- come. See Bob Ellzey, Phone 227-
ed Fire Hose: 4611.
800 Feet-2% inch, double
jacket, dacron fibre, (dacron fil-- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home, lo-
ler) rubber lined, 400 lb. test, cated on corner lot in nice
with National Standard Hose neighborhood. Two carports with
threads, rocker lug couplings at- utility rooms. Phone 227-8021. tfc
tached and all gaskets therefore,
fire hose wax and gum treated. FOR SALE: Four bedroom house
400 Feet-a1Y inch, double ja- at 805 Garrison Avenue. Phone
cket, dacron fibre, (dacron fil- 227-8704. tfc-2-9
ler) rubber lined, 400 lb. test, FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath
with National Standard Hose house. Inquire at Smith's Phar-
threads, rocker lug couplings macy. tfc-1-12
attached and all gaskets there-
for, fire hose wax and gum treat- FOR SALE
ed. Four bedroom, two bath house
Ten (10) year guarantee re- on two lots to sell for only $9,500.
quired on both hoses. Large three bedroom house on
The City of Port St. Joe reserves two lots on Woodward Avenue.
the right to reject any and/or all Priced to sell for only $13,700.
bids received. HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
C. W. BROCK 3t 221 Reid Ave. tfc Ph. 227-3491
3-2 City Auditor and Clerk
FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom
NOTICE TO BID concrete block home on Westcott
The Board of Public'Instruction, Circle. Reasonable. Call 227-7481.
Gulf County, Florida will receive FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
sealed bids in the Superinten- room house. Convenient to school.
dent's office at the Court House Phone 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc
in Wewahitchka, Florida until
8:00 a.m., CST, March 7, 1967 on FOR RENT: Business location. 15'x
the following school buses: 15' in new, modern, air condi-
Bus No. 10, Ford. This bus can tioned building. Call Helene Ferris
be seen at McGlon's Service Sta- Phone 227-7616. tfc-1-12
tion, Wewahitchka, Florida.
Bus No. 5, GMC. and Bus No. FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur-
9, GMC. These buses can be seen nished apartment. 706 Wood-
at Jim Cooper Motor Company in ward Avenue. Phone 227-5843. 2tp
Port St. Joe, Florida. WANTED TO RENT: Unfurnished
All bids must refer to the onum- 2 or 3 bedroom home beginning
ber of the bus being bid on.
All bid envelopes must be mark- March 1. Call 227-2441. tfc-2-23
ed "SEALED BID-OLD BUSES". FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
The Board reserves the right to ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea-
reject any and all bids. sonable monthly rates. Call 227-
R. MARION CRAIG 2t 3491 or 227-8496. tfe-4-7
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house, in town. Also 2 bedroom
BOAT WANTED cottage at Beach. Apply at Smith's
Will buy good 14' to 16' glass Pharmacy. tfc
boat. May consider slightly lar-
ger boat if priced right. Can FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom fur-
pay all cash. nished apartments in town. 510
M. MISSLER 8th St. and Mexico Beach. 3 bed-
14th St. Mexico Beach room house furnished or unfur-
Phone 648-3205 nished at Beach. To sell, buy or
3tc Phone 648-3205 2-9 rent, contact JEAN ARNOLD, of-
fice located at Beacon Hill Beach,
representing United Farm Agency.
Phone 648-4800. tfc-3-2
Income Tax Returns FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house.
By Nicely furnished. On corner lot
J. D. CLARK at South end of St. Joe Beach.
J. -LAK. Phone 227-7856. tfc-3-2
, FOR RENT: Real nice 3 bedroom I PUBLIC NOTICE: Seven zig zag.
furnished house on St. Joe Beach sewing machines, scratched in-
Phone 227-7771. tfc-3-2 shipment. Guaranteed A-1 sewing
.- -. condition. Button-hole fancy and
WANTED TO RENT: Wheel chair, decorative stitches. $42.00 cash or
Call Pearly Mae Russ, 227-8452 terms. Will deliver. Will take old
machine as part payment. Call Pen-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom' house at sacola 438-9458 or write CITY
Oak Grove. $40.00 month. See SEWING CENTER, 2725 N. "E" St.,
Bill Carr. tfc-1-26 Pensacola, Fla. 2t-2-23
FOR SALE: 14' fiberglass fishing FOR RELIABLE painting, paper
boat. Kennedy Craft. Two bait hanging and minor repairs, call
wells, use one for ice, one for live
box or bait. C. W. Long. tfc-1-26 229-5446. Free estimates. 2tp,
FOR SALE: 17' fibreglass Aristo. NOTICE: R. L. Capps, Public Tax
Craft boat with 80 hp motor and Accountant has moved his office
Weko trailer. Contact R. F. Max- from Dalkeith to the "Sign of the.
well at the A-1. tfc-10-27 ,Shiner" Route 71, Wewahitchka.
w --- 1-5-4-15c
FOR SALE: Very clean 1959 white
Chevrolet Impala. Red interior. RADIO, TV REPAIR. For fast and
4-door. In excellent condition. Pri-,effin ere Dall H th ORak
ced reasonable. Call 229-2446 af-1do andTV 2 Oa
ter 5:00 p.m. week days. tfc-1-5 Grove. Phone 227-5019. All work
FOR SALE: Used TV's. Good con-
dition. $39.95 and up. ST. JOE COLOR TELEVISION
RADIO and TV. Phone 227-4081. by RCA or PHILCO
19" 21" 25"
FOR SALE: Like new 50,000 BTU Avanlable for immediate delivery
oil burning floor furnace, elec- ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.
tric ignition, thermostat control. Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave
Call 227-3816 after 5:30 p.m. tfc .... ...
FOR SALE: 4 gas heaters, $10.00
each. Gulf Cands Court, St. Joe
Beach. Phone 648-9188. tfc-1-5
FOR SALE: 19 ft. glass cruiser
with two 35 hp. electric starting
motors. $995.00. Phone 227-7771.
FOR SALE: Automatic Sears cool-
ing air conditioner. 6 months
old. 3 speed air exchange. 11,000
btu. Also baby bed. Phone 229-
REDUCE SAFE, simple and fast
with GoBese tablets. Only 98c.
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE. 3-13
FOUND: Coat on highway 98 at
bridge near hospital. Call and
idlentifPr Dhone 29.7-36R11 nr 227-
GUN REPAIRS: StocKS made and
altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
trade. Ammo. Phone 648.4045 or
see Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
Phone 229-2272. tfe
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, across from the
Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
tauce Moving. Free Estimates.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
4581. it Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
451 or 229-3097.
HELP WANTED: Reliable man or
woman to supply consumers in R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Gulf or Calhoun County with Raw- Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
leigh products. Good income. Pro- 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
ducts sold here over 40 years. Car companions welcome.
necessary. Write Rawleigh FLB- WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
100-271, Memphis, Tenn. 4tp-2-16 HOWARD BLICK, Sec.
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
it.g second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
T. J. ADKINS, W.M.
______I I -
John Robert Middlemas
'House of Representatives
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Bay, Gulf and Calhoun Counties
on March 28, 1967
"I was elected to this seat in 1966. I
;need the support of hte people of Gulf Coun-
27 Years Experience
Prompt and Efficient
INCOME TAX SERVICE
1017 Long Ave. Ph 227-7771
I I I -~ I
FAGE. W LVETHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, MARCH 2,1967