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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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Dr. G. E. Butts, D.V.M., will be at his office on the corner
of First Street and Long Avenue on Saturday, May 6, 1967, from
2:30 P.M. until 5:30 P.M., E.D.T., for the purpose of vaccinating
small animals (dogs, cats, etc.) against Rabies. The amount of
$2.00 will be charged for each animal treated. All persons are
urged to have their animals treated at this time for the pro-
tection of themselves, their families and the community.
All animals will be registered and City License Tags ob-
tained at the Vet's office during the above time. License tags
are $1.00 for the first, 50c for the second and third animal, for
a maximum fee of $2.00 to any one owner.
Providing County Service
Good Size Group Attends Hearing
A mysterious legal advertisement | stated that the County officials
published in -last week's issue of had asked for an increase in salary
the Gulf. County. Breeze drew the at a hearing in Wewahitchka Fri-
most discussion at a Legislative day and this bill would prohibit
hearing held in the City Hall Sat- the increase.
urday morning. Roche's bill met with mixed emo-
C. Harry McKnight of Port St. tions.
Joe asked the Gulf County delega- James A. Williams asked that
tioin, Representatives Ben C. Wil- Legislation be introduced desig-
liams and John R.- Middlemas and nating the new State Park here the
Senator L. P. Gibson about the bill "T. H. Stone Memorial State Park".
which calledfor a branch of every Representative Williams said that
county office to be locateddin We- such a move is already underway.
wahitchka after the new court-. Wesley R. Ramsey asked that
house in Port St. Joe is occupied. Legislation be introduced to allow
The notice was unsigned. McKnight for four year terms 'for Port St.
said that only services enjoyed by Joe City Commissioners rather
the people of Port St. Joe in the than the present two. It was point-
past should be furnished Wewa- ed out that City Commissioners
hitchka after the move. have only one year in which to im-
Silas R. Stone asked the delega- plement and carry out a program
tion who had inserted the ad. under the' present election law.
Representative Middlemas said This measure met opposition by
the same question was asked in Dave May, John Robert Smith and
Wewahitchka at at a previous hear- Bob Fox. Williams said that the
[ng, but "nobody admitted putting measure would not be introduced
it in". without a referendum attached.
Representative Williams asked Cecil G. Costin, 'Jr., asked for
for a show of hands of the 60 Legislation creating a Highland
people present* who were opposed View Natural Gas District. Wil-
to the plan. All raised their hands, liams said that he had killed such
including some residents of We- a bill in the last session because
wahitchka. it had no provision for rate regu-
W. C. Roche asked that a bill lation by the State Utilities Com-
be introduced prohibiting a raise mission. Costin said the current
in salary for county officials dur- bill, had this stipulation included.
ing their present term of office. If Williams said that apparently
they are re-elected, an approved the Legislative session will go be-
raise could be realized. yond the 60 day period and that
County Clerk George Y. Core those desiring special legislation
Phone Company Loses
In Jury Trial of Libel Suit
A six-man circuit court jury has
awarded $10,000 in compensatory
damages and $5,000 in punitive
damages in a libel suit brought by
T. A. Maloney, publisher of The
Apalachicola Times, against St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company and-its vice president
and general manager, B. Roy Gib-
son, Jr., of Port St. Joe.
The decision was made last
Thursday in Franklin County with
Judge Ben Willis presiding.
The two-year-old suit was based
on a speech made by Gibson before
the Port St. Joe Rotary Club and
which was later printed and mailed
to telephone subscribers.
Maloney charged that Gibson at-
tributed loss of 74 Apalachicola
telephone subscribers in 1964 to
the unprogressivee, anti-business"
policy of the newspaper when in
fact Apalachicola subscribers in-
creased but fewer names appeared
in the directory because some were
transferred to a new exchange in
Maloney submitted evidence to
refute the anti-business allegation
by showing he made trips to Wash-
ington, New York, Chicago and
other cities to bring industry into
He showed that he helped in
designation of Franklin County as
a "depressed area" and in obtain-
ing federal funds for an improved
Apalachicola water system and for
other municipal improvements in
Apalachicola and Carrabelle.
Gibson said that the decision
will be appealed.
Band Calendar Entry
Date Is Extended
The response to the sale of
the Port St. Joe Band Booster
Band Calendars has been over-
The Band Parents deeply ap-
preciate your support.
In order to call on all the
families that they have missed,
the dead-line will be extended
a few days beyond the May 4
date previously set.
Kiwanis Club Schedules
Annual Bridge Tourney
* The second annual Kiwanis Club
bridge tournament has been sche-
duled for Thursday, May 18 at
7:30 p.m. The tournament will be
played in the High School Cafe-
teria. Charles Brock is chairman
of the tournament project and
Tom Knox is ticket sales chairman.
The tournament will be graded
as to ability of players and a place
will be provided for everyone.
BAND PARENTS WILL MEET
NEXT THURSDAY EVENING
The Band Parents will meet
Thursday, May 11 in the Band
Room of the Port St. Joe High
School. The meeting will begin
at 8:00 p.m.
All band parents are urged to
Lighting Program Set
For Approach to City
The North approach to the
City of Port St. Joe is due for a
mercury vapor lighting program
as a result of action by the City
Commission Tuesday night.
Upon a motion by Commission-
er I. C. Nedley, the .City will in- Will Hour T
stall 11 mercury vapor lights on Pan Will Give 24Hour T lephone
Highway 98, North to the City
Limits. The Board instructed Communications With Two Services
Clerk Charles Brock to notify CommunicationsWith Two Services
Florida Power Corporation to
proceed with the project. Mayor Frank Pate suggested to TO BUY LOTS
The cost to the City will be ap. 'the City Commission Tuesday City Clerk Charles Brock asked
proximately $47.00 per month. night, tHat the City implement im- the Board for permisison, Tuesday,
mediately a 24-hour a day, seven to put a binder on two lots to the
day a week, police and fire depart- rear of the City Hall with the in-
ment dispatcher program, which tention of purchasing them in the
has been planned for the next fis- next budget.
P roposea cal year beginning in October. It has been discussed in past
W Pate said that he had conferred meetings the need for additional
Si A with City Auditor and Clerk C. W. cover for fire department equip-
s In W e W da Brock as to whether or, not funds ment, and the City now owns only
w would be available to begin the ser- one additional lot behind the City
vice on June 1 rather than wait Hall property. This lot is now used
should have their notices published wait until October. Pate reported for parking purposes.
as soon as possible to comply with that Brock said the funds were Mayor Pate suggested taking an
the law. available, option on the two additional lots,
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., said that a On Pate's suggestion, -Commis- and placing the purchase price in
notice would be published to ex- sioner Tom Coldewey, in' charge of next year's budget.
tend the City Limits to include the public safety, made the motion to Commissioner Holland made the
new high school property. This begin the program on June 1. The motion that the City put up a $200
move met with the aproval of all motion carried unanimously, binder on the two lots. His motion
present. This will mean that a dispatcher met with unanimous approval.
will be at the police and .fire PAVING PROJECT
phones at all times and be able to
School Board Votes give immediate attention to calls Street Commissioner Bob Hol-
for help. Currently fire phones at land reported that the current city
Teachers Raise In night are answered by several paving project is nearly completed.
Teachers 'Rase in members of the Volunteer. Fire De- The program consists of paving
Se apartment. Many police calls go un- four streets in North Port St. Joe
Pay Yesterday answered when police are on pa- and 18th Street from Garrison to
trol duty and are out of the police Marvin Avenue.
In a meeting of the Gulf Coun. station. The dispatcher will be in Holland said the project is re-
ty Board of Public Instruction touch with the police cruisers at quiring considerably less than the
held yesterday,: it was voted to all times by radio, estimate and asked that additional
give an increase in salary for NEW HOURS paving work be considered.
County teachers of 10% for the Mayor Pate also suggested that Holland suggested the paving of
next school year, it was learned the City Hall change its open Baltzell Avenue between First and
late yesterday afternoon just hours. At present the City Hall is Second Streets, the extension of
before press time.open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sixth Street to Baltzell and paving
The increase in salary, request- five days a week .aiid closed for the of Baltzell from Sixth to Fifth
ed last month by the Gulf Coun- noon hour. The Hall is also open Street. r0
ty Classroom Teachers Associa- on Saturdays from- 8:30 a.m. to The Board agreed to the need of
tion would increase the Rank 12:00 Noon. I these projects and agreed to give
III starting teacher's salary to Pate suggested that the City Hall them consideration.
$5,082.00 per year. A Rank III be open from 8:00la.m. to 5:00
teacher is a first year teacher p.m. five days a week, including NeW PaSt Here
with a Bachelor's degreethe noon hour and close all day New 'Pastor H re
This increases the starting sal- Saturday and Sunday. Pate's sug- For Presbyterians
ary from the present $4,620.00 gestion was adopted unanimously or resbyterian
per year. and will become effective June 1.
An increment increase was Rev. John Ash will assume the
also given, allowing an addition- PARKING METERS duties of pastor of the Presbyter-
al $75.00 to a 10 year teacher Police Chief H. W. Grifin re- ian Church here in Port St. Joe
and $100.00 for a'15 year teach- ported to the Commission Tuesday Sunday morning,, according to
er. The raises were granted to night that the new parking meters John Robert Smith, Elder of the
help stave off an exodus of tea-. and the meter attendant, J. F. Da- local church.
chers after this year, due to low vis are becoming increasingly ef- Rev. Ash and his wife and five
'salaries paid here. fective. children are now at home in the
The raises will be. in addition Chief Griffin said that collection Presbyterian Manse on Garrison
to any granted by the current of parking fines has increased con- Avenue.
session of the Legislature and siderably. He reported that since Rev. Ash c6mes to Port St. Joe
will cost the County approxi- the new meters have been installed from DeFuniak Springs where he
mately $61,000.00. a total of 549 tickets have been is- has been a pastor for several
In other business, E. F. Gunn sued. Of these 400 were collected, years. He is a native of Mobile,
Construction Company was the 37 were out of county cars and Ala.
apparent low bidder for' con- 112 remain uncollected, many of All members and friends of the
struction of an addition to the which are less than a week old church are invited to attend the
H ig h I a nd View Elementary and no attempt made to collect as services Sunday and meet the new
School. yet. pastor.
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The horses of Mr. and Mrs. David Rich of of first place in the barrel race by one of the top
Port St. Joe won two top honors in one of the 15 horses in the nation. In the picture, to the
toughest horse shows in this area last week end. right is the Rich's buckskin mare, "Annie Oakley.'
Saturday, in Geneva, Alabama, the Rich's reg- which took the jumping championship in Talla-
istered quarter horse, "Llano" pictured above, left, hassee Sunday afternoon.
with Mrs. Rich won first place in the stake race. Both of the Rich's horses have won many tro-
"Llano", with Mrs. Rich riding, was beaten out phies at horse shows all over this area.
"Girl of the Year"
Mrs. Ruth Patterson receives the Eta Upsilon Sorority "Girl
of the Year" trophy from last year's winner, Mrs. Lynda Sullivan.
Mrs. Patterson was chosen for her public service work for the club
during the past year. -Star photo
First Armed Robbery In
24 Years Fails Thursday
Mrs. Louise Varnum, night man-
ager at the Jr. Food Store on Sixth
Street, yelled at the top of her
lungs Thursday night and scared
off a would-be hold up man. Mrs.
Varnum said the man met her out-
side the door as she was closing
up at 11:00 p.m. and said "stick 'em
up". She said the man was in his
late teens or early 20's and wore
When Mrs. Varnum, who is a
small woman, let out her screech,
the gunman took off between the
store and the Gulf Service Sta-
tion next door.
Local police had accompanied
the Fire Department to what turn-
ed out to be a very small grass fire
on Highway 98 at the time of the
incident, but were quickly sum-
moned to the scene of the attempt-
Chief H. W. Griffin said that
in his 24 years on the local Po-
lice force, this is the first at-
tempt at armed robbery in the
The Gulf County Sheriff's of-
fice obtained- a tracking dog from
the Bay County Sheriff's Depart-
ment in an attempt to track the
suspect, but the trail could not be
Chief Griffin said that investiga-
tion is still underway but no leads
have turned up as yet as to who
the gunman was.
GULF SPORTSMEN CLUB
WILL MEET SATURDAY
The Gulf County Sportsman's
Club will mete Saturday evening
here in Port St. Joe, according to
the president, J. H. Chason.
The Club will meet at the Stac
House at 7:30 p.m.
All members of the Club are
urged to attend.
HIGH SCHOOL WILL LET
OUT EARLY MONDAY
Port St. Joe High School Prin-
cipal Allen Scott announced this
week that school will let out early
Monday afternoon to allow teach-
ers to attend a meeting at 3:00
The High School will dismiss
classes Monday, only, at 3:15 p.m.
Dry Weather Is
Taxing City Water
Port St. Joe's Water Superin-
tendent, G. L. Scott said Tuesday
that the. current drought is tax-
ing the City's water system to
its capacity and beyond, to sup-
ply the heavy demand that is re-
sulting from the dry weather.
Scott said that the City system
pumped its heaviest load in his-
the month of April to keep up
with the demand.
The heavy drain on the city
system is brought about by yard
watering to help save dying
Scott said that the heaviest
drain on the system comes be-
tween 4:30 and 9:00 p.m. and
asked that citizens curtail any
unnecessary use of water during
these hours, to allow the system
to keep up with the demand.
The City Commission is cur-
rently taking steps to construct
an additional filter bed at the
water plant to help take care of
these heavy demand periods.
Scott said there is no shortage
of water nor storage facilities,
but that filter capacity is the
bottle-neck to providing all the
treated water now in demand.
Long Avenue Church to
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
will observe its 14th anniversary
this Sunday during the regular
services of the church. Charter
members will be given special rec-
ognition during the morning wor-
Each family in the church is en-
couraged to attend and bring a bas-
ket lunch for the dinner to be ser-
ved at the church immediately
following the morning worship
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PAGE "WO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
WHAT'S YOUR THEORY?
We've heard many strange speeches in our time but
the one delivered recently by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr., in New York and Atlanta are in a class by them-
selves. Certainly they deserve close study by anyone try-
ing to understand the mess we are in because it illustrates
the befuddled kind of thinking that made the mess and
keeps making it messier.
The Rev. Dr. King, as you know, called for a boycott
of the Vietnam War and urged Americans to refuse to
fight. There are some who look upon statements such
as this as treasonable, and they do give aid and comfort
to the Communist enemy. However, it would be wrong
to call Dr. King a traitor.
'A few months ago J. Edgar Hoover made a statement
to the effect that Dr. King is sometimes careless with the
truths And in this speech.Dr. King made some amazing
statements for a gentleman of the cloth. A good example
was his claim that "Twice as many. Negroes as whites are,
in combat." Some might call Dr. King a liar for saying a
thing like that, but it's possible he was misinformedd and
didn't know any better.
But some will say, why shouldn't he know better? He's
a doctor, isn't he? Doctors are supposed to have some
brains. Certainly the. Nobel Peace Prize people must have
thought he was smart. Their image would suffer terribly
if people thought they were handing all that money and
publicity to any idiot with a complaisant personality. So
-Dr. King can't be stupid. But then how do you explain
his asinine accusation that the U.S. is the "greatest pur-
veyor of violence in the world today"? Hasn't he found
out about the hundreds of millions enslaved behind the
Iron and Bamboo Curtains? Who purveyed that violence
and is still working at it without letup? And 'is he ex-
pressing sympathy for those slave-masters when he tells
us we're "on the wrong side of the revolution" ?
Some will say Dr. King is a Communist, and must be
to say the things he does. We submit that would be a hard
thing to prove.
Our only theory is that the reverenid doctor is one of
those tiresome orators who gets so carried away by his
organ-like voice that anything goes-out of his mouth and
into those waiting microphones.
It's the most charitable explanation we can think of
for his hate-filled diatribes against these United States.
THE UGLIEST WORD
During the week end, we were reading the Reader's Di-
gest for the month of April. In the magazine we ran
across an article entitled, "The Ugliest Word in the
World". i What do you think it was?
The "ugliest word" was "Oh-oh".
Just think about it a minute. When the TV repairman
comes to look at your ailing TV and he probes in the innards
for a few minutes, changes a tube or two, applies an instru-
ment and studies its reaction then says, "Oh-oh".
That just automatically means, at the least, a new
,expensive picture tube, or a whole new TV itself.
When the service station attendant looks under the
'hood of your car, or "inspects" your tires, looks at your
cooling system, or performs the myriad of services of in-
spection offered by these establishments and says "Oh-oh"
the worst is expected. A new set of tires, a new radiator
'or maybe an overhaul of the engine is mentally called for.
When you hear your little tyke rattling around in the
living room or the kitchen or the bathroom .
and you hear an unusual noise followed by, "Oh-oh".
Then you fly into a tizzy.
There may be words that sound uglier than "Oh-oh'
There may be words uglier than "Oh-oh" There may be
words harder to spell than "Oh-oh". But, we will have
to accede to the claim that there is no word actually uglier
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publishef
Alas Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosTrorIcE Box 308 PaoNE 227-8161
POBT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, 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., T75 THREE MOS., $127.50
FOREIGN: ONE YEAR, $3.75 SIX MOSw.'.5 THREE MOS. $127350
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
t sot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The soken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoubtfolHy
weighe The spoken word bareyr aser; the hinted word rd thorowoy con-
vines. The spehlen word I 1-w; the printed word remains.
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967
PICK OF THE CROP This trio.of Florida beauties is
seeking the title of Miss Potato Blossom. Crowning, of
the queen will take place in Hastings on April 26 during
the annual tri-county barbecue sponsored by the North
Florida Potato Council. Displaying a dish of samples
in a potato field are contenders for the title (L to R)
Delores Deen, 17, Bunnell;- Kippie Miller, 17, Hastings,
and Anne Coursey, 17, Palatka.
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SToo Late To Classi
,i By Russell Kay
With some areas of Florida now
considering the idea of county-wide
units of local government in favor
of the old municipality system, and
with a new state constitution un-
der consideration,, it has become
the duty of every taxpayer to give
careful consideration to these pro-
Our present governmental subdi--
visions were set up hundreds of
years ago under an economy regu-
lated by agriculture when the re-
quirements of local communities
were few and simple. Today, these
municipalities are faced with a
succession of crises, and old-fash-
ioned methods of taxing, crime pre-
vention, traffic control and the pro-
vision of governmental services no
James Nathan Miller, in his ar-
ticle "Can Local Government Be
Saved" in the May issue of Rea-
der's Digest, brings out some
mighty important points concern-
ing the need to redo our local gov-
ernment units and put them on a
more efficient basis.
It surprised me when Mr. Miller
stated that there are 81,000 local
governments in America today
and many of us are not even aware
of all the governments to Which
we pay taxes-_such as cemetery
districts, street lighting districts,
mosquito control districts, and so
While experts regard a popula-
tion base of 50,000 as the minimum
needed- to support efficient ser-
vices, over half our governmental
units contain fewer than 1,000
people. The result is that munici-
pal officials are amateurs working
part time at a job that should be
done by professionals who know
how to make the most of every tax
What is the cure? Planning for
the future on an area basis with
the elimination of all the small
units of governments making up
ou counties today. Do away with
fire control and mosquito control
districts and tax everyone on an
equal basis. And this will mean
we voters will have to agree to
give up some of the luxuries of
running our Tom Thumb munici-
To take this step we must adopt
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HERE'S WIlArS WRONG: Before you
start turning, check closely to make' sure
that car parked near -the Intersection
won't pull out Just as you turn. Look for a
driver behind Its wheel, watch for exhaust
and movement of the front wheel. And be
particularly wary of buses taking on pas-
sengers.at Intersections where you planl
to tuin eight.
' a eib thinaae.Tte?.u. of,'
.tafic Aqcdident 'revention bY
tate Treasurer & Insurance
Reports Sale Increase
"Michigan Chemical Corporation
this week reported its sales for
the first quarter of 1967 were $3,-
972,271, an increase of 4% over
the $3,810,306 in sales reported
for the first quarter a year ago.
Dr. Helmuth W. Schultze, presi-
dent of Michigan Chemical, a sub-
sidiary of the Chicago and North
Western Railway Company, said
the 1967 first quarter sales were
the highest for the period in the
history of the company.
Net income for the first quarter
of 1967 was $237,508 or 30 cents
per share as compared with $289,-
647 or 37 cents per share for the
first quarter a year ago. Dr.
Schultze said the decrease was due
largely to a softening in demand
in the first quarter of 1967 for cer-
tain chemicals produced by the
company for the refractory and
WHAT'S WRONG HERE tYou are In the
car approaching the Intersection. Aside
from the cars parked along the right curb,
there are no other cars on either street
and you have the right-bf-way. Should you
go ahead and make a right turn!?'
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
If Wildlife Officer Tommy Jackson ever gets tired
Gulf County's streams and forests for fish and game
can easily get him a job as a comedian.
Jackson came by us Saturday afternoon on the Apalachicola
River near Kennedy Creek and pulled up beside the boat. "Catch-
ing anything?" he asked. "A few", we replied "we have about a
mess". "I wasn't worried about you catching over the limit", he
said. Now wasn't this an insulting thing to say?
Then came the little gem that assured me Tommy's future
was secure. He quipped, "If you could get a boat to come along every
once in a while and stir up the water, you might catch a few fish".
And at that time, the Apalachicola River looked like Reid Avenue
during the annual Christmas parade. As a matter of fact, the
boats were running four abreast up and down the river, keeping
up a constant wave toward'the banks.
He's a comedian, all right but an insulting comedian.
Did you get "fouled up" with the introduction to Daylight
Savings Time Sunday morning? You should have. We told
you one thing, and others told you other information regarding
the advent of the time change.
But we were not alone in the time change confusion. If
the Government could keep its defense secrets as well as it
kept details over the time change secret, this nation would be
secure. Nobody knew exactly what was going to happen until
Saturday when the morning papers hit the street.
While we had you turning ahead your clock 24 hours late,
one of the papers we exchange with urged its subscribers to turn
their clocks ahead one hour at midnight Sunday night.
We had a lot of company in our confusion.
Now, the biggest problem we have is getting our body to
wake up an hour before its customary'time. We have no trouble
getting it to sleep an hour earlier.
As we're writing this Tuesday morning, it looks like it might
set in and rain a spell. We could sure use it. Even the "wet
spots" are dry now. We noticed that we didn't get our March winds
until April. Maybe now, we will get our April showers in June.
Can we blame this delay on Daylight Savings Time, also? *
Governor Kirk stirred up something of a controversy last week
when he made his budget message over the TV.
Mr. Kirk stirred up all of his controversy because he mentioned
those unheard of political words "cut down". You don't usually
cut back a program .in government Add too, yes Cut back
While we think the Governor's school program is too austere,
we go along with his economy move. If he will just adust his
school budget to allow for a better-financed program, we can go
along with the pared down budget. We especially like his placing
money in the teacher retirement fund that is supposed to be there
but isn't. One of these days, we will wake up and the demand will
be there, but the money won't be.
a modern state constitution which Golf SIX or more holes
will give local, government the n th
privilege of doing things on their on the
own. We must eliminate the need energy ( "
for local officials to go to Tallahas-
see during each session of the yOU get
Legislature and ask for a bill that from 2
will give them the power to act. slices of
If we fail to modernize local gov-
ernment, our officials will be for- Batter Whipped
ced to, turn to Washington for help Sunbeam
and Congress will be forced to ap-
propriate even more funds for lo- Bread
cal use. And today, there are so
many federal-aid programs in force
that it has become big business
just to inform the localities as to
what's available in the way of fed-
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THE STAR. Porr St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967PAETOE
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Minutes of The
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
March 7, 1967
The Gulf County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction met in regular ses-
sion on the above date. The fol-
lowing members were present and
acting: Eldridge Money, Chairman;
J. K. Whitfield,'William Roemer,4
Sr., B. J. Rich, Sr., and Gene Raf-
The Superintendent was present
Board member William Roemer,
Sr., opened the meeting with' a
The minutes of the Board Meet-
ing of February 7, 1967 were read
and approved as read.
Walter.Dodson, S. L. Barke and
Roy Gibson attended the Board
Meeting as representatives of the
Florida First National Bank at Port
St. Joe, Florida. Mr. Dodson as
spokesman for the group, request-
ed that the Board deposit one-half
of the $2,500,000.00 in the School
Construction Fund now on deposit
in the Wewahitchka State Bank
in the bank they represented, ac-
cording to Florida Statutes. A
question arose as to whether the
money was invested or deposited.
The Board's Attorney, Cecil Cos-
tin' Jr., was instructed to secure
an Attorney General opinion on
this point. The Board agreed to
have a Special Meeting upon re-
ceipt of the opinion and invite Mr.
Dodson to attend. Board Member
Gene Raffield made a motion that
the Board defer a decision on the
matter of depositories until the le-
T FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
J MOE THAN L 000 STORES COAST TO COAST
gal opinion was received. William
Roemer, Sr., seconded the motion.
All voted "Yes" to this motion.
The Board opened bids for the
old school buses that had been
taken out of service. The follow-
ing bidders entered the highest
bids: Bus No. 5, John H. Pridgeon,
$151.95; Bus No. 10, W. K. Settle-
mire, $127.50; Bus No. 9, Charles
F. Johnson, $65.00. On motion by
Rich and second by Roemer that
the buses be sold to the high bid-
ders, all voted Yes.
The Board received a letter
from Allen Scott, Principal of Port
St. Joe High School, stating that
he had requested bids by tele-
phone for an 18-pound capacity
washing machine from all of the
merchants in Port St. Joe that
handled this product. The St. Joe
Hardware Company submitted the
only bid. This bid was for $198.00.
On motion by Rich and second by
Roemer that this bid be accepted,
all voted "Yes".
The Board discussed a com-
plaint by Jay Watson, a CORE Rep-
resentative from Tallahassee, con-
cerning alleged discrimination in
the treatment of Negro students at
Port St. Joe High School. The Su-
perintendent reported that the al-
legations made by Mr. Watson
were not substantiated by the facts
concerning- disciplinary measures
that' had been taken by the Prin-
cipal when an incident occurred
The Superintendent reported
that consultants from the Trans-
portation Section of the State De-
partment of Education had visited
in he County and recommended
that the Board establish a bus
maintenance shop at the earliest
The Board agreed to pay $142.00
on the Washington High School
basketball team's expenses to the
State Tournament in St. Augustine.
The school paid $225.00 on the
The Superintendent read a re-
port by. the boiler inspector for the
Continental Insurance Company on
the boilers'in the system. The Sup-
erintendent was authorized to. have
minor discrepancies corrected. The
boilers are in the best condition
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GLENDA NELL BUTLER,
WILLIAM STEVE BUTLER,'
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: WILLIAM STEVE BUTLER,
whose place of residence is
Route 2, Box 41, Sylacauga, Ala-
On or before the 22nd day of
May, A.D. 1967, the defendant,
William Steve Butler, is required
to serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
with the Clerk of said Court, the
original of an answer to the Bill
of Complaint filed against him
WITNESS my hand and the offi-
cial seal of said Court at Wewa-
hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, this
17th day of April, A.D. 1967.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I will not be responsible for any
debts incurred by persons other
thail myself. 4t-4-27
KIT C. MASHBURN, SR.
I will not be responsible for
debts other than those incurred by
me after this date, April 27, 1967.
CHARLES WATKINS 2tp
Getting A "Summer Season" Job?
You Will Need A Social Security Number
"Businesses that are reopening required to show a Social Security
and new business operations that card when they are hired. The
are opening for the tourist season exact name and account number
must make quarterly Social Secur- from the worker's card should be
ity reports," John V. Carey, Dis- entered on the payroll record. If
trict Manager of the Panama City you hire a worker who does not
Social Security Office, said this have a Social Security card to show
week. A business operator who has you, you should require him to ob-
one or more workers must report tain a card through his nearest So-
on any amount of earnings paid to cial Security Office. Employers
workers in the business, who fail to make the reports re-
"Individuals who have not made quired by law. are liable for all of
Social Security reports before the taxes plus penalties, interest
should apply for the necessary and possible fine.
forms now," Carey continued. The liable to the In-
Internal Revenue Service, upon ap- eternal Revenue Service for the to-
plication, will issue an employer's tal amount of the Social Security
identification number and will tax," Carey concluded. The total
furnish the necessary report forms. tax is now 8.8 percent-shared
Th'e first report will be due in equally 4.4 percent by the em-
equally 4.4 percent by the em-
July for the three month period, player and the worker. Social Se-
April, May and June.
A"mpl andJuneorkers do not curity tax is collected by the In-
"Employers and workers do not
have a choice in this matter," Ca-
rey added. Any worker in your bus- S- S y YOU Saw
iness must be reported as an em-
ployee unless he is in partnership
with you. All workers should be
that they have been in for a long
The Board authorized the Super-
intendent to affiliate Gulf County
with a nine-county group to apply
for Title III grant with the Elemen-
tary and Secondary Education Act
to develop and maintain a supple-
mental education service center to
serve the nine-county area. A copy
of this project is on file in the
Mrs. Laura Geddie, Coordinator
of Federal Programs in the County,
gave a report on the Federal mPro-
grams operating within the sys-
Board Member William Roemer,
Sr., had to leave the meeting at
this point as he has been ill re-
The Snuperintendent reported
on a visit to several new schools
in Tennessee to observe new and
innovated school facilities at var-
ious stages in their construction.
Colored photographs of interiors
and exteriors of cylindrical build-
ings were discussed.
The Superintendent reported
that the U. S. Office of Education
had taken exception to the deseg-
regation report concerning the stu-
dents and teachers at the Carver
School site in Wewahitchka. The
U. S. Office maintains that the
Cerver site is not a part of We-
wahitchka High School from their
The Superintendent reported on
a conference with U. S. Office of
Education Representatives in Tal-
lahassee on February 13, 1967. The
U. S. Official informed the Super-
intendent and Board Members
present that Gulf County had done
a creditable job in school desegre-
gation for the school year 1966-67
and that more progress was ex-
pected of Gulf County during the
school year 1967-68.
The re-sodding of the football
field at Port St. Joe High School
was discussed. Promises have been
received from various County and
City officials stating that they will
help in the project. On motion by
Rich and second by Whitfield that
$450.00 be allowed for completion
of the project, all voted "Yes".
The Board authorized the Super-
intendent to send the preliminary
plans for construction projects at
Highland View Elementary School
to the State Department of Educa-
tion for their approval.
Mrs. Joy Lynne Taunton was
granted maternity leave from May
1, 1967 through June 9, 1967.
There being no further business,
the Board adjourned to meet again
in regular session on April 4, 1967
at 8:00 A.M., C.S.T.
R. Marion Craig Eldridge Money
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Drive.In Wind, 4 Af Qaenr
eternal Revenue Service and is due
on the first $6600 of wages paid to
each worker. The fair value of
meals or lodging which may be
paid the worker in addition to cash
wages must be reported for work-
ers employed in a business. Work-
ers who receive tips must report
these tips through their employer
if the tips amount to as much as
$20 per month. For further infor-
mation, contact your local Social
Security Office or the Internal
Revenue Service Office at 634 E.
For information concerning any
Social Security or medicare matter,
contact a Social Security Office.
The office for this area is located
at 1135 Harrison Ave., Panama
City, 32401. The telephone number
is 763-5331. The office is open
Monday through Thursday from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Fri-
day from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. ex-
cept on national holidays.
It In The Star -
If you can't stop,..
be ready to start
So, stop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
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the seasonal rush, for a cool summer. Keep-
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And as an extra incentive for our residential
customers, we'll give those who install cen-
tral ducted flameless cooling between April 1
and August 31, the choice of a selection of
attractive gifts-such as a Hi-Intensity Lamp,
an eight-volume Encyclopedia, or a Blinker
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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .--....--..... 5:45
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
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Port St. Joe
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967
AGAR BRAND DELICIOUS COOKED, BONELESS
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
A&P VACUUM PACKED 2 LB. CAN
Prices In This Ad
Saturday, May 6
510 FIFTH ST.
lb. 48c Sh'lder Roast lb. 78c
- BONELESS "SUPER-RIGHT" FRESHLY GROUND LEAN
lb. 68cB E E F 3 lbs. $1.29
2 to 3 LB.
- PEAR HALVES
. CUT ITALIAN BEANS
L na1 Luu :STAMPS
rA'mstrong I-Stp. Fir. Care ae
WAX qt., 14 oz. 1.59
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COFFEE 2 lb. can $1.29
MINUTE MEAL CORNED BEEF 15 OZ. CANS
HI-C DRINKS, (All Flavors
HAWAIIAN PUNCH, (All Flavors)
DOLE PINEAPPLE, PINK GRAPEFRUIT
DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE
A&P GRAPE and TROPICAL DRINKS
A&P ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
WELCHADE, Reg and Low Calorie
WELCH'S ORANGE and FRUIT PUNCH
3 1 QT.,
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6- 6- 6 FERTILIZER -- 50 lb. bag $1.09
IRISH POTATOES----- 10 lb. bag 59c
SEAMAN EUGENE DANFORD
Home On Leave
Seaman Eugene Danford, who
has just completed a tour of duty
in Vietnam, stationed on the Anna-
polis (NGMR-1) is home visiting
with his grandmother, Mrs. Ola
Seaman Danford will report
from here to Coronado, Calif.,
where he will attend Counter-In-
surgency School to prepare for his
next duty which will be river pa-
trol duty with River Squadron No.
5, Republic of Vietnam where he
will serve for the next 18 months.
MAXINE K. GANT
Mrs. Maxine K. Gant, a fifth
grade instructor at Washington
High School, was elected by the
student body last week as the
Favorite Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Gant received her B.S. De-
gree in Elementary Education
from Florida A&M University in
1962. Since that time, she has done
additional work in reading and
modern mathematics through the
course offerings at FSU and
Washington High's favorite in-
GARDEN CLUB WILL structor is a civic-minded and ac-
MEET NEXT THURSDAY tive member of church and school
activities. She is affiliated with
The Port St. Joe Garden Club local, state and national teacher
will have their May meeting on associations. Among her many
Thursday, May 11 at the home of hobbies, she enjoys reading, sew-
Mrs. Dudley Vaughan. ing and outdoor outings with her
All members are urged to at- husband, Chester and son, Wil-
By GILDA GILBERT
JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM gy Henderson for her piano solo,
The Junior-Senior Prom was "Lento". Third prize of $2.00 was
held last Saturday and the theme given to Donnie Sheffield, who
was "Enchanted Gardens". Mu- was assisted by Darrel Tull for his
sic was by the "Nation's Rocking comedy routine "Crazy Googahie-
Shadows". The Juniors worked mer". Honorable mention was giv-
hard to make the Prom the sue- en to Johnnie Odum for her song,
cess it was. The Banquet will be "Don't Let the Sun Catch You
held Saturday, May 6, at the Cen-' Crying".
JR. HONOR SOCIETY
The Purple Wave talent show
was held last Wednesday. There
were 14 contestants. The first prize
of $5.00 was awarded to Debbie
Carawan for her song, "Because".
Second prize of $3.00 went to Peg-,
TODAY'S ANSWER if ta i
treatment of so many a"ck
conditions that formedy m.
quired heavy, cano"r1
braces or casts.
If your doctor prescribed a
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specialize too in back braces
knee supports, orthopedlo
appliances of all type. c
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[ CAMPBELL'S n
The Jr. Honor Society induction
was held yesterday. The new mem-
bers are as follows: LaNell Chason,
Holly Hidrix, Midge Howell, Mar-
sha Player; Richard Combs,. Ron-
nie Dupree, Chuck Roberts, Cathy
McInnis, Debra Mallett, Carol Par-
ker, Kathy Shirah, like Wimberly,
LaDonna Dawson, Johrf Goodman,
Charles Britt, Eddie Holland, Ken-
neth Merritt, Robert Laird, Bobby
Faliski and Steve Macomber. These
students were selected by the fa-
culty for this honor on the basis
of character, scholarship, leader-
ship and service.
Highland View Elementary School
MONDAY, MAY 8
Navy 'beans with ham, spinach,
carrot sticks, cinnamon rolls, pi-
mento and cheese, white bread
TUESDAY, MAY 9
Barbecue chicken on buns, snap
beans, spring salad, cheese wedge,
)range juice, peach pie, white
)read and milk.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions, pickles, choc-
late pudding, white bread and
THURSDAY, MAY 11
Roast beef, rice, squash, lettuce
nd tomato salad, pineapple up-
ide down cake, white bread and
FRIDAY, MAY 12
Ham salad, green butter beans,
cabbage slaw, Ritz crackers, pea-
ut butter chews, white bread and
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN ]
"SUPER-RIGHT" CORN FED /4 PORK LOIN SLICED
jto _____ y_ Groceries.
3 cans $100
AQUA LOTION DISH WASHING DETERGENT'
ANN PAGE PORK and (With Tomato Sauce)
BE A N S 2 LB., 9 OZ.CANS
DEL MONTE GARDEN SHOW
Early Garden PEAS CAN
ZUCCHINI, SPINACH ., 13 oz.
Sliced Y. C. PEACHES
Cut Green BEANS
/ Vac. Pac. Golden CORN
SC. S. Golden CORN
FRESH, TENDER, GOLDEN SWEET
'10 ears 59c
JANE PARKER WHITE
:Pil M rPI AiHn
u WITHTH COUPON AND FUR ,u j STAMPS
Cameo Alum., 10 Oz. SMPS
CLEANER ...... 39c
s JAX. May 6,, 67
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gSOAP -. 6 bars 49c
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L -,mma amm.,aum- a .
RUCKMAN SHOE SHOP
222 Reid Avenue Next to Thames Jewelry
For the Finest in Shoe Repair and a Complete Line of
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LADIES' RAIN BOOTS
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PAGE SIX THE STkR-, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967
A calling shower ; Saturday, April 22 held.-in
the Social Hall of the First Methodist Church hori-,
ored Mrs. John.Christo, IT, the former Miss Diane
Lay. The Social Hall was beautifully decorated
in a yellow and white color scheme. Approxi-
mately 60 guests called during the appointed
Pictured above, left to right are: Missy Chris-
to, Mrs. John Christo, Jr., Mrs. John Christo, III,
Mrs. Herman Dean, Miss' Debbie Lay, Mrs. Tra-
vis Jones. Seated is Miss Elizabeth Ann Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T.
Boone are announc-
ing the engagement
of their daughter,
Cecelia Mar ie to
William Walker, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Grey Walker of
Miss Boone is a
graduate of Port St.
Joe High School. She
is presently attend-
ing Ouachita Baptist
University in Arka-
elect is a graduate
of Clark County
High School and is
With Allied Paper
Corp., Jackson, Ala.
The couple -is C-
planning a summer
Party for Two Ladies
A surprise birthday party was
given in honor of Mrs. Bill Sum-
'mers and Mrs. Grace Orrell Friday
night in the home of 3Mrs. Joan
McClamma. Hostesses of le party
were Jean McClamma and Mrs.
OMaxine Money, substituting for
Mrs. Pat Atkins, who was unable
0to .attend because of' illness,
After all the guests arrived, all
-,ang together the happy birthday
song. Fun and games followed
with Mrs. Money presiding. Gifts
for both ladies were opened, ac-
, knowledge and displayed for all
The refreshment table was beau-
tiful with the color scheme of
pink, white and green. Green fern
and pink carnations were used to
decorate the table. Cookies, mints,
nuts and birthday cake were ser-
ved to the guests. The birthday
cake was beautifully decorated us-
ing pink, green and white. Pink
punch was served from a crystal
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE
THAT AS OF
FRIDAY, MAY 5
MRS. CAROL BOWNER
Will Be Associated
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
Give Your Mother A Flower From. .
Vittum's Green House
GLOXENIAS (Red, Pink and Purple)
GERANIUMS (Many colors, to choose from)
ROSE BUD BEGONIAS (Red and Pink)
CROTONS (Large and Small)
CALADIUMS and MANY GREEN PLANTS
on Totum Poles ( Large and Small)
MANY PLANTS TO SELECT FROM
COME SEE US WE'RE GLAD TO SERVE YOU
VITTUM'S GREEN HOUSE
Barber Shop Hours
FOR PORT ST. JOE
OPEN EACH 'DAY FROM
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
Hammock's Barber Shop
Linton's Barber Shop
Cooper's Barber Shop
Miss Pyle Is Coke
Miss Peggy Pyle was honored
with a Coke party Saturday morn-
ing at the home of Mrs. Emmett
Daniell. Co-hostesses with Mrs.
Daniell" were Mrs. Frank Pate and
Mrs. R. H. Ellzey.
Miss Pyle chose for the occa-
sion, a black and white ensemble,
complemented by a white mum.
The corsage was presented to her
by the hostesses. Mrs. Otis Pyle,
mother of the bride, was also pre-
sented a corsage.
Arrangements of red-roses and
mixed spring flowers were used at
vantage points throughout the spa-
cious living and dining rooms.
Refreshments were served to 20
friends of the honoree. ,
A place setting in her casual
china was presented to Miss Pyle
by the hostesses as a moment of
The wedding of Miss Pyle and
William'Maddox will be an event
of May 28 at the First Baptist
Miss Marion Lauder, Bride-Elect Is
Feted At Tea Shower Last Saturday
Bride-elect, Miss Marion Lau- Lauder were Mrs. A. H. Richburg,
der, was feted Saturday afternoon mother of the groom-elect and
with a calling tea shower in the Mrs. Chason
home of Mrs. Williston Chason. ason
Co-hostesses for the tea were Miss Lovely floral arrangements of
Mary Grace Smith, Mrs. Dillon yellow and white were placed
Smith, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, Mrs. throughout the party rooms where
Robert Nedley, Mrs. Mark Tomlin- refreshments were served Mrs
son and Mrs. James Tankersley.
Greeting the guests with Miss
Bobby Faliski Will
Play In Band Contest
Bobby Faliski, freshman at Port.
St. Joe High School will go to the
state band contest in Panama City
His selection, on the cornet,
"Arise,* Ye Subterranean Winds",
by Purcell is the same that won
him a i"Superior" rating at the
District Contest' in Tallahassee.
He will be accompanied on, the
piano by Bobby Antley, FSU music
Robert Nedley presided at the cof-
fee table where two miniature
brides flanked a tall arrangement
of yellow and white daisies in a
five branch silver candellabra. The
punch table, where Miss Mary
Grace Smith served, was centered
by a silver punch bowl surrounded
by- yellow, daisies. -Miss Lunelle
Chason' regt.terd- the guests at the
bride s~lase. : *'*
Miss Lauder ..Ias lovely attired0
in a white arid green,;sheath with
a corsage of yellow daisies and iris.
Miss Lauder. will become the
bride of Wayne Richburg on June
17 at the First Methodist Church.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAFF
Beta 'Sigma Phi Planning
For Bridge Benefit May 11
s Husbands, wives, if your bridge
score is getting low lately because
of not getting to play, join with
the members and husbands of Xi
Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi for a bridge benefit at
the Stac House, May 11 at 8:00
p.m. Admission is $1.00 per ticket.
Prizes will be given and refresh-
ments served. To secure tickets,
contact any member of the Xi Ep-
silon Kappa Sorority or call Mrs.
William J. Rish at 229-3341.
WORKERS NAMED FOR
AUXILIARY THRIFT SHOP
.Anyone who;, has clothing or
other items to donate for sale at
the Thrift Shop are asked to 'call
either of these ladies for piclf-up
of items:; Mrs. Charles Brock ,'29--
2142, Mrs. Paul F'ensom,. 227.5661
or Mrs. Al Hargraves, 648-4766.
Items may be taken to the Thrift -
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Coldewey and Mrs. Blake Thomr- -
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Mr. and Mrs. AWilliam C. Williams are announcing the engage-
ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sandra Ann, to
Herbert Higdon Swatts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Swatts, Sr.,
all of Port St. Joe. Both are graduates of Port St. Joe High School.
The bride-elect is attending Gulf Coast Junior College, and the
bridegroom-elect is employed with the St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company. The wedding will be an event of August 5
at 3:00 P.M. at the First Methodist Church. No invitations are
being sent, but all friends and relatives of the couple are invited
1 ,l..I bb! S GOLDEN AGERS MET
Joy Clubbers Set MONDAY AT STAC HOUSE
Year's Last Rally The Golden Agers met Monday
Sa..y morning 30 night at the Stac House for their
- Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m, .. ... -
S-, regular miieting;
li the Elementary School auditor- The mletilg iw begui with
ihim, ill Joy Clubbers, their par- prayer and a short business teet-
efilt And interested persons are ing was held.
invited to the last Rally for this
year. The Rally is held twice each
school year in order that the chil-
dren from the different clubs
might join together in fun, song,
awards and contests.
Following the Rally, a picnic has
been planned for all Joy Club
members and their families at the
Little League baseball park on
Tenth Street. Plans are to begin
the picnic at 12:00 noon and to
dismiss at 1:00 P.M.
*The Joy Clubs invite you to join
them this Saturday for a time of
fellowship. You will be pleased to
see what these youngsters have
earned and learned this past year.
Plans were made for the mem
bers to have a dutch treat soon
and a card was mailed to a former
The next meeting will be Mon-
day, May 15 at the Stac House.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deepest
appreciation for the sympathy
shown us and for all the cards and
flowers sent during the illness
and death of our mother and
grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca C.
May God bless you all.
LEON and JO HOBBS
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THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Florlda
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967 PG EE
209 RREID "~ENUE
PORTT ST'. JOE, FLORRIDA
PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, or I
History of Modern Bai
uoes Bck To AncientI
In ancient Rome all manner of
bronze instruments were used
both for ceremonies and to accom-
pany what may have been the
world's grandest marching group,
the Legions. We have no idea
exactly what these instruments
sounded like but we do know they
lacked the variety used in the
Port St. Joe High School Band.
No matter. They had the tuba, the
one instrument no self-respecting
band can do without.
Next we thank, or if you are
the parent of a budding percussion
player, curse, the Egyptians for
giving us the strike-it, shake-it,
tS,. .4 .
stomp-it, scrape-it, rattle-it, slap-it,
The first bands in modern times
were small combos comprised of
and a newly-
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them have concerts and the band, During the depression in the
Swas here to stay. U. S. A., the W.P.A. boosted the
dl high school band into a permanent
New instruments were invented fixture in Americana. The tighter
for special effects. Old ones were folks had to cinch their belts, the
modified. Talented fellows had to more their children clammored to
R oe change and arrange music which join the band and today, from
had been written for anything but Port St. Joe to Anaheim a high
nany, played cornets percentage of band members are
invented thing called second generation traditionalists
ie". whose parents know a thing or
:er Marie Antoinette two about cures for fat lips, sore
tting the people eat feet and ringing in the ears.
poleon decided to let l In some cosmopolitan cities band
masters and their assistants are
able to choose from applicants who
have studied for several years un-
der private teachers. In towns like
_- Port St. Joe, the band master tea-
ches each instrument starting each
pupil from the bottom. Would-be
4 band members join a beginner
--- band and are generally a tone-deaf
_7r: assortment of infinite physical var-
iety sharing only the inability to
count to ten or to sit still one half
-t_ hour. Most small town schools
come closest to losing their band
master on the day he first faces
S _this crew which seem to him one
great mis-alliance of genes. They,
a band. It seemed simpler to com.- on the other hand, are also tempt-
pose from scratch. The further- ed to throw in the towel for he
removed the march got from the seems to them the granddaddy of
fugue and the aria the more rous- all agres. from both sides their
ing it became and today hearts of work is already cut out for them.
Small but the extremely nervous It is hard to recognize in the
S swell when they hear such pieces hard-working, good-natured, exhu-
as "Stars and Stripes Forever". berant bunch called the senior
are prepared and available pre-printed
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A cordial welcome awaits you from
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organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES
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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967 PAGE NINE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
SAVECAS ATJUCS .. P40T STAMPS
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967
PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port Sr. Joe. Florida
Aw jo Game Department Says 'Pan Fishing
Will Be "Best Bet" for This Week End
Bluegill and shellcracker are Juniper Lake at DeFuniak Sprin
bedding in practically all lakes "I never saw anything like it
and streams in the Florida Pan- my life. Fish are biting like m
handle this week end are the "best and more people are fishing r
KITCHEN CHATTER bet" for fishermen in a high-gear than at any other time this yea
Sby Florida Power Corp. fishing bonanza now in progress,
Here's a real help in meal plan- according to wildlife officers of Another officer assisted a
ning! With today's high prices, it the Florida Game and Fresh Wa- man on the Lower Ochlocknee R
is a problem to provide minerals, ter Fish Commission. er in lifting what appeared to
proteins and vitamins and to serve an over-the-bag-limit string fr
a tempting variety. Not only does One officer said of fishing in her boat, only to count exactly
fish have high nutritive value, it hand-picked legal beauties for
is easily, digested, is easy to cook Paprika., trouble.
and easy on the builget. When you -Thaw frozen fillets. Skin fillets
need to prepare a. meal quickly, and cut into serving size portions. Blackwater, Escambia, Sh(
try this recipe. i Dip fish in dressing and roll in Yellow, Chipola, Apalachicola,
Festive Mullet (Lisa) cracker crumbs. Place on a well- cilla, Ochlocknee and Wacissa
2 pounds mullet fillets or other greased cookie sheet. Drizzle fat vers are reported in "good" con
fish fillets, fresh or frozen. [ over fish. Sprinkle with paprika. tion.
% cup French dressing Bake in an extremely hot oven 500 Across the 16-county Northw
1% cups crushed cheese crack- degrees for 10 to 12 minutes or Florida Region best baits for t
ers. until fish flakes easily when tested hungry panfish this week end
2 tablespoons melted fat or oil. with fork. Serves 6. earthworms, catawba worms
Bass are "best bet" in four of 27
well-known fishing lakes, and ri-
vers, and "second best" in six of
the lot-mostly on top water, shal-
low running and Yellow Sally
lures, officers said. In Ocheese
Pond near Sneads, and in Lake
Wimico in. Franklin and Gulf Coun-
ty, live bait rings the bass bell
loudest, with plastic worms a close
Black crappie on minnows rank
"second best" in the Lower. Och-
locknee River and in the Liberty
and Gulf County creeks, streams
and sloughs near Bristol and
CARD OF THANKS
Words seem so inadequate to
express deep emotions as apprecia-
tion, love, friendship, joy, sorrow
or sympathy. The family of John
T. Simpson has felt all of these
emotions in the past few months
and they have been deeply moved
by the many kindnesses and ex-
pressions of love and sympathy by
his many friends; to know he was
loved by so many is 'a great com-
The family would like to thank
each one who has been so thought-
ful these months during his ill-
ness and during our time of sor-
THE FAMILY OF
JOHN T. SIMPSON
I a "Futur9!
Cancer Caused More Than Twenty
Per Cent of Gulf's Deaths for 1966
TAMPA, APRIL 30 (SPECIAL)- lives of 14 citizens of Gulf County.
Last year, in the period January- This special report was made
December, 1966, there were 68 by the Florida Division of the
deaths reported in Gulf County. American Cancer Society. It was
These deaths were caused from compiled in part from vital statis-
all types of diseases, by accidents tics provisional reports of the Flor-
and miscellaneous causes. ida State Board of Health.
Of this total number of deaths, State-wide during 1966, an esti-
cancer was the cause of more than mated 10,687 Floridians died of
20 per cent of them-taking the cancer. In the six-vear nPrinod 19Q1-
1966, cancer took the lives of 57,-
054 citizens of the state-an equi-
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bowled the high series for Vitro
with a 423 and a high game of
A /IIA-154. Second was Al Schroeder
A l with a 417 series and a high game
C h a ftye NOn alleys 7 and 8, Florida First
ll I l' I National Bank took four from St.
,Joe Lanes. High for Florida First
National was Tony Barbee with
MEN'S SUMMER LEAGUE !a 527 series and a high game of
With one team still lacking, 191. Following Tony was Robert
Montgomery with a 492 series and
three other teams go with the ac-
tion. High game of 191. M. F. Kershner
led St. Joe Lanes with a 457 ser-
On. alleys 5 and 6, Vitro bowled ies and high game of 171. Second
with no competition. Dick Morlock high series was 439 bowled by Jim
Sealey. Jim had a high game of
Standings W L
Florida First National 11 1
Vitro Services ------- 9 3
St. Joe Lanes --------0 8
WATERTOWN, N. Y.-Technical
Sergeant William H. Graves, son
of Mrs. Hazel Graves of Rome, N.
Y., is a member of an Air Defense
Command organization that has
been selected to receive the U. S.
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
at Watertown Air Force Station,
N. Y. ADC. Award for three consecutive years.
Sergeant Graves, a radar tech- The 655th was recognized for The sergeant is a graduate of
nician, will wear a distinctive blue providing outstanding air defense Lafayette High School. He served
ribbon decoration to mark his af- radar coverage for the northeast- during the Korean War.
filiation with the 655th Radar ern part of the United States, and His wife, Erline, is the daughter
Squadron-a unit cited for excep-I for winning the First Air Force of Mrs. Eileen Gay of 614 Maddox
tionally meritorious service within Annual Maintenance Achievement St., Port St. Joe.
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.PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
f Craig Tells Kiwanis Club of Troubles
- Facing Gulf County's School System
s- Superintendent of Public In- file with 450 teacher training in-
struction, R. Marion Craig brought stitutions throughout the United
the sad tale of Gulf County's States. To date, two inquiries have
plight for school teachers for next been received.
school term to the Kiwanis Club Craig said that having to hit
Tuesday. sub-standard teachers to fill va-
Craig told the Kiwanians that cancies costs Gulf County money.
the total of teachers leaving next The State gives no Minimum Foun-
year, and not returning, has rea- dation matching money for sub-
ched 39. "What is the answer?" standard or substitute teachers.
he asked. Stude,,nt ests of the club were
Beta Sigma 'Phi Chapters Observe Annual Founder's Day
Both Beta Sigma Phi chapters, The yellow rose, the sorority's
Eta Upsilon and Xi Epsilon Kappa, flower, was the decoration motif.
celebrated the sorority's Founder's Yellow roses were entertwined
Day on Thursday evening, April with ivy down the center of the
27, in the Motel St. Joe private three tables. The program books
dining room. and the Phi place cards were black
Miss Pyle Feted
and gold, the sorority's colors. The
centerpiece of the main table was
three symbolic gold candles.
, Toastihistress for the occasion
was Gladvs Trown. The Welcome
Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr., and Mrs. to the Pledges was given by Dot
Ashley Costin entertained Satur- Grossman.
Rotary Hears D ub le R. Ramsey stressing the need for day afternoon with a dessert-
an airport in Port St. Joe and bridge honoring Miss Peggy Pyle, A highlight of the evening was
Bill Last Thursdarl Gulf County. who will become the bride of Wil- the presentation of the Internation-
It was pointed out that over half liam Maddox in May. al prize winning song, "Jewel the
The Port St. Joe Rotary Club the incorporated communities in The Costin home was the scene Phi", which was beautifully sung
had two short programs for its the United States have airports of the affair. Spring flowers and by Sherry Hurlbut. ,
after dinner entertainment Thurs- and almost all of them have one climbing roses were used in pro- Other events on the program
day or more industries directly attri- fusion throughout the house. A included a resume of each chap-
Tom Knox, manager of the St. butable to the ,airport. Private bride doll and a small bouquet of ter's activities given by Martha
Tom Knox, manager of the St. p 1 a n e s outnumber commercial lily of the valley, which had been Sanborn, Eta, Upsilon and Carol
Joe Natural Gas Company showed craft 50 to one and passengers on used at a bridal party for Mrs. Rish, Xi Epsilon Kappa; the Foun
A short film on the future of na- private planes are double those on Costin, were focal points. der's Day Pledge which was led by
tural gas in American living. The commercial airlines in a year's With the honoree were her mo- Dolores Cox; a message from Wal-
en theus of n ral s ex- time. their Mrs. Otis Pyle and her sis- ter W. Ross, founder of Beta Sigma
perimental uses of natura gas tin n ters, the Misses Polly Sue and Otis Phi, which was read by Lynda
such diversified fields asplastics, The need for swift air transpo r- Kate Pyle. Alto attending were Sullivan and the presentation of
synthetic rubber, chemicals, and station was pointed out by the need t eM Aes l NFate orel. w a pres oi
of course the old stand-bys of air of fast moving industry today and Cst, C. n war P
conditioning, heating and a new the fact that commercial airlines ostin, W am C. G. Costineey, ave Awards gCoxven by resident Do-
concept of power package in which serve less than one-tenth of the a TonWilliam Moseley, Dave lore Bars Cox i silon KaPrde
a gas powered turbine generates existing airports in the TT T Yr D ,Jonn UoSert well as those given by President
ale tricity owered turbine generates existing airports in the U. S. Smith, Tommy Hutchins, Sidney Lynda Sullivan, Eta Upsilon, in-
electricity for larger buildingsof Guests of the club were Mar- Anchors, Ralph Swatts and Ruel eluded sterling silver stars which
making them independent of out- ion Craig of Wewahitchka; Bill Whitehurst. are traditionally given to officers
side power sources. Maddox of Hattiesburg, Miss., and Miss Pyle was presented with are traditionally given to officers
The second program was Wesley Bob Walton of Panama City. gift in honor of the occasion.
CARD OF THANKS
. I HAVE
MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO HAVE ALL
TAKEN CARE OF BY
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
The kindness and sympathy of
neighbors and friends in our re-
cent sorrow by the death of our
son and brother, Jimmy Tindell,
will always remain with us a pre-
cious memory. Our sincere thanks
and gratitude to Rev. J. C. Odum,
Rev. Byron Smith and Jimmie Pre- 1
vatt. May God bless each and ev-
ery one of you for your comfort-
ing acts, the beautiful floral trib-
utes and covered dishes. It was i
deeply appreciated. f
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morrison, t
Monroe, Woodrow, Gene and
? NOTICE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that there will be introduced in
the 1967 Session of the Florida
Legislature a bill re-defining the
boundaries of the city limits of
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, to
include an area North and South
of Niles Road in Gulf County to
be utilized as a site for the con-
struction of a new school facility
and for other school purposes.
A. E. JOHNSON
Notice is hereby given that upon
motion of the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe, an Ordin-
ance has been introduced, which
in substance is an Ordinance relat-
ing to the use of Streets and Thor-
oughfares in the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, providing that swing-
ing access doors of vehicles must
be closed and secured during op-
eration, and prescribing a penalty
for the violation of the provisions
All persons interested may be
heard on this proposed Ordinance
at 8:00 o'clock P.M., Eastern Day-
light Savings Time, on May 16,
1967, at th eCity Hall, at a regular
meeting of the City Commission.
C. W. BROCK 2t
City Auditor and Clerk
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as the Board of Adjustment,
according to the provisions of the
City Zoning Ordinance, will hold a
Public Hearing at the City Hall,
Port St. Joe, at 8:00 o'clock P.M.,
Tuesday, May 16, 1967, to deter-
mine whether the City will author-
ize a variance from the terms of
Ordinance No. 5, being the Zoning
Ordinance of the City, for Miss
Jewel Covington, Lot 22, Block
36, on 6th Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, relating to side yard re-
C. W. BROCK 2t
City Auditor and Clerk
"Part of the answer" said the
Superintendent, "is that Gulf
* County starts its teachers off at
$4,620:00 per year. Georgia teach-
- ers start at $5,100.00 'and Alabama
pays $5,200.00." The Superinten-
dent said the day of the young
teacher looking for a place in
which to practice his "dedication"
is gone. "Teachers now expect to
be paid for teaching".
Gulf County has its vacancies on
ties, purposes and achievements.
The "Girl of the Year" is voted
on by secret ballot and is not re-
vealed until the Founder's Day
Banquet when, the previous "Girl
of the Year" presents the trophy
to the winner. Lynda Sullivan pre-
sented Eta Upsilon's "Girl of the
Year" award to Ruth Patterson.
Wandis Scott presented Xi Epsilon
Kappa's award to Dolores Cox.
Eta Upsilon members presented
their president, Lynda Sullivan,
with a Beta Sigma Phi friendship
The final activity for the evening
was the exchange of "Beta Buddy"
This year Eta Upsilon gave an
additional star for Program-of-the-
year, which went to Margaret
' Xi Epsilon Kappa awarded three
perfect attendance stars to Greta
Freeman who has a four year per-
fect attendance record, Wandis
Scott and Dolores Cox.
The greatest honor each chap-
ter can bestow upon one of its
members is the title of "Girl of
the Year", which is accompanied
by a beautiful. bronze trophy.
This honor is bestowed upon one
who upholds sorority aims, activi-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom masonry FOR FREE ESTIMATE on ABC
home on 9th Street with family chain link fence call C. W. Long,
room, utility room, large outdoor 229-3851 after 6:00 p.m. tfc-4-6
workshop and storage, chain linki
fence. Call 227-7881 after 5:00 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
p.m. tfc-3-16 apartment, downstairs. 522%2
Third St. Phone 227-8642. tfc-4-6
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home, lo-
:cated on corner lot in nice FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom
neighborhood. Two carports with house, unfurnished on St. Joe
utility rooms. Phone 227-8021. tfc Beach. $60.00 month. Available
June 1. Call Jim Mapes, 648-3020.
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath
house. Inquire at Smith's Phar- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
macy. tfc-1-12, apartments in town. 510 8th St.
Summer cottages available by
FOR SALE: One lot left in Beacon week. To sell, buy or rent, contact
Hill Subdivision. Cleared and JEAN ARNOLD, office located at
easily accessible. Excellent for Beacon Hill Beach, representing
trailer. $450.00. Terms arranged United Farm Agency. Phone 648-
by owner. Call Ralph P. Nance, 4800. tfc-4-27
FOR SALE: Lots in St. Joe Beach FOR RENT: Large, two bedroom,
Subdivision, 75'x150'. Cleared furnished beach cottage with spa-
ready to build on. In second block cious screened porch overlooking
from beach. 25 to select from. $800 the Gulf at St. Joe Beach. Air
o. $950. Easy monthly terms Call conditioned bedrooms. All utilities
Ralph P. Nance. 648-4370. tfc-4-27 furnished. $50.00 per week. Call
227-3491 or 227-8496. 3tc-4-20
Four bedroom, two bath, house
on two lots on Eighth Street. Only
A nice two bedroom, masonry
house just off Highway at St. Joe
Two bedroom, frame, house with
unfinished guest house in rear at
St. Joe Beach. $7,000.,
221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491
FOR SALE: Bill's Grocery in Oak
Grove. Contact owner on prem-
FOR SALE: 6 room house. Large
front porch. Like new. 2 car pa-
tio. Summer and wash shed built
on one side. Hot and cold water
throughout. All fenced. Beautiful
shady lot, 50x150 ft. 150 ft. off hi-
way 98. A give away price for cash.
68 18th St., Apalachicola, oyster
capital of the USA. P. 0. Box 683,
Apalachicola, Florida. 4tp-4-27
FOR SALE: Bedroom suite with
bookcase beds. 5 pieces. Call
FOR SALE: New masonry home.
On corner lot. 4 bedrooms, .2
baths, family room, living room,
central heat and air conditioning,
2 car garage and 20x24 utility
building out back. Chain link fence.
Underground sprinkler system and
150' well. Call 227-3671. tfc-5-4
3 bedroom home on St. Joe
3 bedroom home in Highland
Our 3 bedroom home at 1017
Long Avenue. Fully furnished.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
Terms, 10% Down
J. D. CLARK
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
apartment. $40.00 per month.
1317% Long Avenue. Phone 227-
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. For couple only. 1621
Monument Avenue. Call 227-2071
or 227-7641. tfc-5-4
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea-
sonable monthly rates. Call 227-
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7
FOR R.ENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house, in town. Also 2 bedroom
cottage at Beach. Apply at Smith's
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
on Palm Boulevard and 14th St.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr. Phone 227-
FOR RENT: Business location. 15'x
15' in new, modern, air condi-
tioned building. Call Helene Ferris
Phone 227-7616. tfc-1-12
SPARE TIME INCOME
Refilling and collecting money
from NEW TYPE high quality coin
operated dispensers in this area.
No selling. To qualify you must
have car, references, $600 to $2,900
cash. Seven to twelve hours week-
ly can net excellent monthly in-
come. More full time. For personal
interview write P. 0. Box 10573,
DALLAS, TEXAS 75207. Include
LISTINGS WANTED: For Rentals
and Sales. St. Joe Beach, Beacon
Hill and Mexico Beach. Elizabeth
W. Thompson, Associate, Earl Tom
Pridgeon, Broker, Mexico Beach
Branch Office, 19th Street and
Hiway 98. Phone648-4545. tfc-4-13
GARDEN PLOWING and GRASS
CUTTING: Call 227-5026 or see
George Turnage at Standard Oil
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
Judy Herring, Charlotte Marshall,
Freddy Anderson and Tommy At-
'Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
MONDAY, MAY 8
Navy beans, boiled franks, mus-
tard greens, carrot and raisin sa l
ad, apple pie, white bread, butter
TUESDAY, MAY 9
Meat loaf, buttered rice, snap
beans, orange juice, hot biscuit
apple jelly, butter and milk.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10
Ham and potatoes, steamed cab-i
bage, spiced beets, peanut butter,
graham crackers and milk.
THURSDAY, MAY 11
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, chocolate pudding, butter
FRIDAY, MAY 12
Chicken salad, English peas, let-
tuce and tomato salad, potato
sticks, ice cream, white bread and
FOR SALE: 2 evening dresses.
Sizes 9 and.7. T. E. Vandevender.
Phone 227-8704. 2tp-4-27
CHILD CARE: Seven days a week,
24 hours a day. Across from Ele-
mentary school. Transportation
from kindergartes. Experienced.
Call Runan Prevatt at 229-4951. tf
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
May 4, 5 and 6
2 Shows -
Lloyd Bridges in
"AROUND THE WORLD
FOR SALE: 3 hp. air cooled out-
board motor, new $70.00. 5
hp air cooled outboard motor,
new $90.00. ECONOMY CASH
STORE, Apalachicola, Fla.,
FOR SALE: Shetland pony. Very
gentle. Saddle and bridle includ-
ed. $125.00. Gene Chism. Phone
SELL KNAPP SHOES part or full
time. Earn $25 to $150 a week
on high commissions and bonus.
Steady year-round business. Equip-
ment furnished. Write to R. L.
Johnson, Knapp Shoes, Brockton,
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A
Diet Tablets. ONLY 98c a
CAMPBELL DRUGS. 4t-4-2'
ARTHRITIS, rheumatism sufferers
try Alpha Tablets. Relief last
for hours. Only $2.49. CAMPBELL
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.
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-
tance Moving., Free Estimates.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, .R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
HOWARD BUCK, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg 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.
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