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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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TWELVE PAGES

SIn This Week's Issue


THESTAR

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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1967


Teachers Will Show Deficiencies


On "Crisis Sunday" October 1


The Classroom Teacher's De-
partment of FEA, with the co-
operation of other FEA depart-
ments, has declared Sunday, Oc-
tober' 1, as Crisis Sunday. Tea-
chers all. over the state of Flor-
ida, including Gulf County and
Port St. Joe, will be in their
-classrooms from 2:30 to 4:30
,p.m., to discuss factually the
conditions which exist in their
rooms, their school, their county,
as well as the state. Emphasis
will be placed on conditions
Which the FEA claims were: pro-
Sduced by the state's failure to
meet its responsibility to the
.,children and the schools.
,' The issue, according to FEA,
"is the under-financing of educa-
tion and the deficiencies W vhich
it has created. Here are some
statistics, cited by FEA, which
have led to the crisis in educa-
tion:
"1'S At the beginning of the


1965-66 school year, there were
2,737 students enrolled in grades
1 through 12 in Gulf County.
This represents an increase of
20% in student population dur-
ing the ten-year period, 1955-
1965.
e During the first month of
school last year, Florida had 84,-
300 students in excess of class-
room capacity. Gulf County's
situation isn't as bad now as it
will be in the near future as a
result of. Governor Kirk's vetoes
in the appropriation bill.
Here is a summary of what
the, Governor's vetoes will mean
to Gulf County, as stated in the
findings of the FEA.
1. Gulf County's share of the
Minimum Foundation Program
was cut by $169,961.
2. Gulf County's share of the
state school lunch supplement
for school lunch salaries was


cut $6,976.
3. Gulf County's textbook pur-
chasing power was reduced $6,-
900.
4. Gulf County's share of
funds needed for additional capi-
tal outlay, including much need-
ed science and industrial arts
equipment, were cut $6,518.
5. The estimated total cut for
1967-1969 for grades 1-12 in
Gulf County is a crippling $190,-
355.
According to FEA information,
'if Gulf County residents and in-
dustries are forced to produce
these necessary funds which the,
Governor refused to do, it will,
mean that Gulf County taxes
will have to be raised 2.5 mills
each year, thus increasing' the
local tax burden. The alterna-
tive, according to FEA is that
the children of Gulf County will
have less than an adequate edu-
cation.


Christian Schools, Inc., Directors, from left Campbell,
to right: John Strickland, Elmore Godfrey, H. A. Ayers.


Christian Schools Plan to


Start Operations Next Year


The Port St. Joe Christian
Schools, Inc., which recently re-
ceived *its charter to operate, is
planning on' opening in the fall of
1968," with grade one, and possibly
grades two and three. At present,
the directors are endeavoring to
acquire the best possible teaching
staff, and a suitable location for
the school.
The school will be prepared to
meet all state standards for eduT
cation, and, with this, to incorpor-
ate sound teaching of the Bible.
The registration fee has been
tentatively set at $13.00. A monthly
tuition of $20.00 per student will
be charged, with reduced rates for
more than one child per family.
A meeting, of the directors and
all interested persons from Port
St. Joe, Apalachicola and Wewa-
hitchka is contemplated, with the
thought of better, acquainting in-
terested persons with the nature
and purpose of the school. The
time and place for this meeting
will be announced later.
Anyone interested in obtaining
further information at the present
may write to 'H. A. Campbell, 143
Hunter Circle, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida 32456.


Mrs. Kessel Will Head
Medical Librarians
MArs. Louise K. Kessel, medical
record department head of the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital was
elected 1967-68 president of the
Northwest Florida Association of
Medical Record Librarians at a dis-
trict meeting in the Dixie Sherman
Hotel, Thursday, September 21.


NUMBER 3


Failure to Implement Desegregation



Stops Federal Funds to Gulf Schools


For New Programs


The U. S. Department of Health,
Education arid Welfare notified
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, R. Marion Craig this week
that all federal assistance for new
activities in the system have been
stopped due to failure to comply
with Title VI of the Civil Rights
Adt of 1964.
The letter, from Harold Howell,
U. S. Commissioner of Education,
intimated that the' Gulf County
system had filed an acceptable plan
for desegregation and an assurance
of compliance, but has not achiev-
ed significant progress toward
complying with the requirements
under the Act.
Howell's letter stated, "My staff
has informed me that efforts to se-
cure voluntary compliance by your
school district have included' tele-
phone calls, communication by
mail and an on-site visit. They
have also informed me that the re-
sult of their contacts with you ini-
dicated that further 'efforts to se-
cure voluntary compliance would
not be productive. Accordingly, I
hereby determine that compliance
by your school district cannot be
secured by voluntary means and
am referring the matter to the Of-

Sportsmen Planning
Big Meeting Saturday
The Gulf County Sportsman's
Club will hold their next regular
meeting on Saturday, September
30 at 7:30 p.m. EST in Wewahitch-
ka." The" meeting .will" be "in 'the
new state park, at the end' of State
Road 22.
Food will be served at the meet-
ing, and it is hoped that a repre-
sentative from the State Game De-
partment will be the guest speaker.
The meeting date has been chan-
ged due to the forthcoming dove
season. It is hoped that a large
turnout of the members will be


fice of General Counsel of this De-
partment with a request that ad-
ministrative enforcement proceed-
ings be initiated."
Howell stated that he was recom-
mending that application for new
programs and activities by .Gulf
County schools be deferred for
non-compliance with the provisions
of the Civil Rights Act. All Federal
financial assistance for all new ac-
tivities are deferred.


Masons To Lay Court
House Cornerstone
Port St. Joe Lodge, No. 111, F.
& A. M. will be joined by other
area Masons Saturday afternoon
in the ceremonial laying 'of a
cornerstone at the new Gulf
County Courthouse here in Port
St. Joe. The ceremony will begin
at 2:00 p.m. at the Courthouse
site.
Taking part in the cornerstone
laying will be John T. Rouse, Jr.,
of Jacksonville, Most Worship-
ful Grand Master, Free and Ac-
cepted Masons, State of Florida.
The public is invited to attend
this ceremony.


Wewa Man Held
On Murder Charge
Eddie Roy Jackson,. age 41 of
Wewahitchka is. being held with-
out bail in the Gulf iCounty jail
charged with' murder in t'he pistol
shooting death of Sammy Portegr,
Sr., age 49, also of Wewahitchka,
according to the Gulf County
Sheriff's office.
Sheriff's. Deputy Jim Pickron
told The Star that Porter was shot
twice in the lower stomach Satur-
day night about 8:30 p.m., with a
.22 caliber pistol. Pickron said that
the two men had reportedly been


present for this particular meet- arguing in Porter's front yard when
ing. I the shooting occurred.


Sharks Play to 14-14 Tie With Jackets

Friday Night in Penalty-Filled Game

Halfback Donald Capps electri- clipping penalty (one of many dur-
fied the Port St. Joe Shark fans ing the game) back to the Shark
last Friday, when-he picked up a 42.
bolbbled Jacket kick off mid- The Jackets pulled the defeat
way in the second quarter, ran out of the first with only a minute
straight up the middle of the field and 16 seconds left with a long
through both teams, to score the pass to the end zone. The extra
Sharks second touchdown of the, point went through the uprights,
game. after three attempts due to penal-
The Sharks scored first in the ties, to tie up the game.
defensive battle Friday night, go-f The Sharks will play host to the
ing over the goal line on a 22 yard Baker 11 Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
pass play from halfback Tom 0' Advance tickets may be purchased
Brian to Quinene Cushing who at either of the three drug stores
was waiting in the end zone. Cush- here in town.
ing ran the ball over for the extra THE YARDSTICK
point, giving the Sharks a seven to St. Joe Chat.
nothing lead, which they held until First Downs 7 12
the third period. Total Rushing yds. 47 90
Early in the third period, the Total Passing yds. ----- 57 99
Jackets decided to use the Shark's Penalties 105 75
scoring play and threw a 19 yard
pass to Claude Graham in the end
zone to score. The Jackets kicked Think You Can Eat A Lot
the extra point to tie the score. Of 'Oysters? Lions. Contest
When the Jackets kicked off af-
ter making their game tying TD, The Port St. Joe Lions Club will
Capps scooped up the kick-off and sponsor, a Northwest Florida Oys-
ran the length of the field to put, ter Eating Contest, it was announ-
+La U n_1- h -Lr- 0- LI-- 1 1 4-u- --i1 -- .- I MU i1


cea this week. The champion will
receive $25.00 and a trophy for eat-
ing the most oysters.
Anyone wishing to sponsor an
oyster eater are urged to contact
Jimmie Prevatt, project chairman
or Ralph Walton at 227-2491. The
sponsorship will be $10.00 which
will cover all expenses.
Chairman Prevatt stated' that at
this time, 15 sponsors have already


mhe oSharks uack in the lead in a
matter of seconds. Quarterback
RickCy Lovett sneaked over the goal
line for the extra point.
In the fourth period, it looked
like the Sharks 'had received their
needed break to wrap the game up
when halfback Mike Burkett inter-
cepted a Jackets pass on the Shark
35 yard line and carried it all the
way to the Chattahoochee 10 be-'


fore he was hauled down. The fine I been signed up from all over Gulf
run was nullified, however by a County. :


Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand are pictured as Mr. Forehand ob-
served his 102nd birthday Tuesday. ---Star photo



Gulf's Oldest Citizen


Reaches Age of 102


By\MRS. MARY WEEKS
In the catalog of man's dreams,
living to be 100. ranks with mak-
ing. a million,-dollars, being elect-
ed president of. the United, States,
or inheriting a South Sea island.
It's the ultimate since life is man's


Delay In Purchase

Of Furnishings for

New Courthouse

The Gulf County Commission has
delayed until Friday making a de-
.cision on the purchase of furnish-
ings of the new Courthouse here
in Port St. Joe.
Two complications have arisen.
The County's furnishings consul-
tant, J. B. Bender, claims that the
Drew Company, Tallahassee, is the
low bidder by virtue of discounts
earned due to the purchase of fur-
nishings from companies Bender

In a joint meeting yesterday
afternoon in the City Hall here
in Port St. Joe, the Gulf County
School Board agreed to pay for
their share of the new furniture
to be purchased for the new Gulf
County Courthouse.
The County Board and the
School Board met together yes-
terday to come to agreement on
this point.


dearest possession.
William Cullen Forehand has
the privilege of reaching 102 on
,September 26. Born the same year
as Rudyard Kipling and Dr.
Charles Mayo and a few months af-
ter Lincoln's assassination, he can
give us a review of many fantas-
tic and colorful achievements that
have been wrought in the last
century.
He was born on a farm in Grant
County, Indiana of pioneer parents
who had migrated to Indiana from
Raleigh, North Carolina in a cov.
ered wagon about 1823. "Cully", as
as was known, was an ambitious
and industrious boy who was large-
ly self-taught because educational
opportunities were limited at that
time.
After employment near home in
his early years, he pushed on to
new frontiers which carried him
to Minnesota, the Dakota Bad
Lands, Seattle, Washington, Platte-
ville, Wisconsin, a plantation of
2,327 acres on the Tombigbee Riv.
er in Sumpter County, Alabama
and back to Kokomo, Indiana,
when in December, 1936, he came
to Port St. Joe and purchased 167
acres of land along Highway 98,
just across the Canal from Port St.
Joe that afforded a beautiful view
of St. Joseph's Bay. On this land
he laid out the original town of
(Continued On Page 12)

Last Rites Held for


Winfred A. Bonds
represents. Drew's bid was $92,-
744. Bender says his contract with Funeral services were held Sun-
the County will reduce this bid by day afternoon in Ozark, Alabama,
$4,000. Boyd Brothers of Panama for Winfred A. Bonds, of Mexico
City bid $88,790, and claims to have Beach. Bonds had passed away on
the low bid. Friday, September 22 in the Muni-
The legality of considering the cipal Hospital. He was 54 years of
consultant's discount in the bid age. .
price is also questioned. Interment was in Ozark, Ala.
Another thorn in the flesh is a bama.
question raised as to the legality Mr. Bonds had been a resident
of the county purchasing furnish- of Mexico Beach for three years.
ings for the office of the Gulf' He had come here from Ozark,
County School Board in the new Ala. He was a sign painter. Bonds
Courthouse. Between Monday of was a veteran of World War II.
this week and tomorrow, the coun- Survivors include his widow,
ty Board will attempt to reach a Mrs. Ercelle Bonds, Mexico Beach;
purchase agreement with the mother, Mrs. Nora Bonds, Tampa;
School Board. three sons, Larry and Gerald
The County has previously vot- Bonds, both of Ozark, Ala., and
ed, 3-2 to give the bid on the fur- Ronald Bonds with the U. S. Army;
nishings to the Drew Company, one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Ann
with Commissioners Whitfield, Mc- Bunton, Ozark, Ala.; and a brother,
Daniell and Horton voting in favor. Dan Bonds of Tampa.
Commissioners Kennedy and Gra- Prevatt Funeral Home was in
ham have voted their opposition, charge of local arrangements.


YEAR


10c PER
10c COPY


Kids, Cop, Kill Killer
Danny Hallinan and Debbie Huckeba are shown with a rattle-
snake they chased under a house last Wednesday afternoon. Dan-
ny's mother, Mrs. Harry Hallinan called police to come get rid of
the reptile. Officer James McGee got the snake out from under
the house and shot it. He was a big'un! -Star photo


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PAGE 5"WO IHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1967



Editorials





Too Much "Catching Up"


Once and for all, we would like to make our position
clear in the current school crisis. Yes, we recognize that
there is a crisis. We recognize that every area of deficien-
cy the teachers are talking about is true. We think some
of the areas are exaggerated a bit, but basically, what the
teachers say is true. They have been true for years. The
present situation is nothing new in the State of Florida.
But, let us not kid ourselves into believing that Florida
is alone in this situation. We are not even nearly alone.
We could start with Alabama and go right down the alpha-
bet to Wyoming, naming the states, and every one of them
would have our kind of crisis in education. But this doesn't
make it right in Florida.
Let us make clear right here and now, that we have
no quarrel with our local teachers. They are mostly
good teachers. Above all, they are "our people", our
neighbors, our friends. We believe they have our wel-
fare at heart and we know we have their welfare at
heart. We have demonstrated our feelings for our lo-
cal teachers in the past, and' we will continue to do so by
fighting for their well-being in the future. The only
quarrel we have is with the state organization, FEA. We
disagree with the state program of attempting to force
something upon us that might not be worth the price tag.
I realize that too many harsh words have been said on
a state-wide scale to expect harmony and light to bloom
overnight. But, sanctions, walkouts, strikes or what not;
this harmony and light must come about before any solu-
tion is reached.
We believe also that the FEA should take into consider-
ation the fact that every Governor for the past 20 years
has ran on a platform of better education but every
Governor for the past 20 years has failed to produced any-
thing more than token lip service to the program.
For the first time since the implementation of the so-
called Minimum Foundation a man occupies the Governor's
mansion in Tallahassee who has at least made a start in
backing up what Governors for the past 20 years have only
said they wofild do. We realize that the teachers are nat-
urally impatient after a 20 year wait. I would be too.
But, I would be willing to give someone who has made a
start, a reasonable chance to produce (And nine months
isn't enough time to correct the errors of 20 years).
If I were a teacher I would take into consideration just
what too much haste would do to Florida. Look at the
space program of the U. S. Russia beat us into space and
untold millions were wasted to "catch up" with a crash
program. Our missile program got behind and more billions
were hurled into a rat hole to "catch up". As a result of
so much catching up, the U. S. now faces a $340 billion
dollar debt. Could Florida stand this type of "catching
up?" We think not. We still believe that "haste makes
waste".
U _--_ ._ ___


Shark Notes
by SHARON DAVIS


Congratulations to the Junior
Sharks in their football game last
Thursday night. They defeated the
Wewahitchka Junior Gators with
a score of 27-0.
Last Friday night the Sharks
traveled to Chattahoochee. It
was a very exciting game from
start to finish, ending with a
score of 14 to 14.
There was an acrobatic show
held in the auditorium for grades
9-12 last week. Most students felt
it was one of the best that has
ever been at school.
The. Senior Class was invited
to a Coke party at the St. Joe
Motor Company last Thursday
night. They enjoyed the refresh-
ments and the chance to get to


preview the new Fords. Becky
Hamm left with a $25.00 Savings
Bond as a door prize.
St. George Island was host to
the Diver's Club September 24.
The club, with their sponsor, Mr.
Barbee, went there for a day of
surfing.
The National Honor Society
has set October 28 as the day
for the district fall convention
to be held here. A planning
meeting will be held for the of-
ficer schools: Bay High, Chatta-
hoochee and Port St. Joe, on
September 30.
The Sharks meet Baker tomor-
row night at 8:00. Come and sup-
port our team.


THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmnan, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLOBIDA 32456

Entered as second-alass 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.OQ SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00

TO ADVERTISERS-In case at error or ommiseslons In advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.

The spoken word In given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
'weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; he printed word thoroughly con.
v(nec. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.


-


We look over the Governor's Committee on Education
and we see distinguished educators men who recog-
nize what will be needed for good education; we see in-
surance executives men who know how to recognize
the trends that make the future and future needs we
see businessmen men who know how to milk the most
out of a dollar and how to build on sound financial prin- a
cipals. s
t
As long as we can remember, this is the first "qualified" R
committee ever formed to upgrade education in our State. v
We believe they, and the Governor truly mean to make 0
Florida not just "caught up", but first in education. For
this reason, we are willing to give them the time. If we
thought for a minute that their actions were only "poli-
tics", we would offer to walk the picket lines with the
teachers.,
In short, we see the most qualified Committee on Edu-
cation that has ever studied the problem in the State of
Florida. We foresee a sound, quality program to come out
of their' deliberations. i
I am as anxious as the most militant of the FEA to see
quality education in Florida. But I am more anxious for
an educational program that will have a goal in the fu-
ture, and that every dollar spent on education will go to-
ward realizing that goal. We have seen too much "catch-
ing up". It's time to build on the rock not on the sand.


THE SECRET WEAPON
Are there persons among your acquaintances whom
you "just can't stand"? Probably. What is more surpris-
ing is that there may be people who "just can't stand" you!
Unquestionably people do dislike others-us included. 'Of-
ten these dislikes have no rational basis, cannot be explain-
ed. Some people simply just don't click!
What can a person do when he discovers himself dis-
liked by somebody, especially by someone by whom he
would like to be liked? The first thing to do is to try to
recover from the shock that anyone can dislike you-and
realize that he has as much right to dislike you as he has
to like you, that it is a matter of personal taste. The next
thing to do is to resist the temptation to make mental faces
back, to avoid the natural tendency to reciprocate the
other fellow's feeling.
Finally, there is a secret weapon that conquers the
most experienced dislikers. That weapon is admiration.
Use your wits to find as many things as you can about him
that you can admire-sincerely. Like him harder than he
dislikes you. It isn't what you say to him, it's your attitude
that will do the trick. Sooner or later that person will be
saying about you, "You know, I didn't like that guy at all,
at first."
-The Little Gazette


Florida Greeting Service,
Inc.
A cordial welcome awaits you'from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.



Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES


1002 Garrison Avenue


Phone 229-1686


SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR




Motel St. Joe



Dining Room


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
'EFFECTIVE MONDAY, OCTOBER 2


Now Operated by


Pauline Mouchette

Open Monday thru Saturday
5:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.

Mrs. Mouchette Will Also Continue to Operate

JAKE'S RESTAURANT
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK


PFC DONNIE L. SMITH

PFC Donnie L. Smith
Serving In Vietnam
PFC Donnie L. Smith, son of Mr.
nd Mrs. C. R. Smith, Jr., is now
serving in iVetnam. Mrs. Smith and
heir three month old daughter,
lenee, are residing at Beacon Hill
with her parents, until the return
of her husband.
PFC Smith was stationed at Fort
tucker, Alabama before receiving
his orders for overseas duty.

School Board Gets
$59,303 From State
TALLAHASSEE-Fred 0. (Bud)
Dickinson, Jr., Comptroller of Flor-
ida, this week reported that the
state disbursed $23,696,869 among
;he 67 county Boards of Public In-
struction this month.
Of the total, $18,970,116 was pro-
vided by Florida's Minimum Foun-
dation Program. The remaining
$4,726,753 stemmed from allot-
ments of the state's sales tax.
In the county by county distribu-
tion, Gulf county received $59,303;
Franklin $36,453 and Calhoun, $57,-
389.


Two Local Girls
Enter Nursing School

Miss Rochelle McGee Fendley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pope
Fendley, and Miss Julia Ann Boy-
ett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
0. Boyett, Sr., both of St. Joe
Beach, are among the 41 girls en-
tering the new September class of
the Piedmont Hospital School of
Nursing in Atlanta, Georgia. Pied-
mont is a highly rated community


Etaoin


Shrdlu
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


P


Discarding the human attractions, about the most enjoyment
we get out of an evening at home is watching our cat. That darn
cat will play for hours with a small bit of paper, anything that will
roll, a rubber lizard, a piece of string, or that piece of delight, a
spool of thread. That darn cat likes to lay up on top of the
television set where it is warm. The other day, the kids had come
in from school and thrown their books on the television set. The
cat, wanting her laying down spot, worked for a full fifteen minutes
pushing the books and notebooks off onto the floor, so her warm
roosting place could be used. And every- time we sit down to eat
the crazy thing will get in the chair in back of us to beg a bite of
meat. The biggest thing we like is that they don't mess up the
house. Entertainment, no trouble you can't beat that.
If you would like to have a little of this enjoyment, we just
happen to have three of the cutest kittens you ever saw, that you
might persuade us to part with (for free) if you talk real hard.
They're weaned and ready to go provided we will give them to
you.

Trooper Ken Murphy jumped on us the other day. He barged
right up to us and shouted, "Whatchawanttadothatfor!" We in-
trepeted this to mean that he was unhappy about the little blurb
last week where we reported that he got chewed out for not mak-
ing more arrests.
And, again, maybe he was just mad because we warned youl

The "Seminoles" rose up Saturday and recaptured Florida by
doing war on Alabama territory. As one fellow said it, "the Tide
has gone out for a week at least". We received the first hand
report on the vanquishing of the mighty Tide by the "lowly" Semi.
noles by staunch supporters Ashley Costin, George Small and one
Bill Barlow (still a Tide supporter) who traveled together to the
game in Birmingham.
We understand that Ashley and George had to converse with
one another all the way home, as they couldn't get a word out of
Bill (still a Tide supporter). As a matter of fact, we understand he
hasn't said a word yet. But we have to excuse Barlow (still a Tide
supporter). He confessed to me a few weeks ago that he really be-
lieved that Bear Bryant COULD walk on water. I suppose this blow
is something akin to taking a blow at the sanctity of motherhood,
or some such.
When you see Bill Barlow (still a Tide supporter), treat him
gently until they win again. He is in shock.
*
Button up your overcoats and get your heaters ready for ser-
vice. My grape vine and pecan tree have already shed their leaves
in anticipation of winter. And I believe them.

institution noted throughout the was listed in Who's Who in Ameri-
South for its high caliber facilities can High Schools. Miss Boyett, a
and staff. 1966 graduate of the same school,
Miss Fendley is a 1967 graduate was a cheerleader during her jun-
of Port St. Joe High School, where ior and senior years and was
she was an honor student, a mem- crowned Miss National Beauty Sa-
ber of the 1967 Hall of Fame, and Ion Week Queen for 1966-1967.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1967 PAGE THREE
BOYLES 88c HARVEST of VALUES!


: o- J n ,.lv dent tour guides who will meet vis-
Gulf CO St Junior College Planning Open itors as they park their automo-
Sl Abiles and escort them to the Fine
OUse To Observe 1 th Anniversary Arts Building, where a receiving
,/ .... .. line of top education officials will
Plans for an "Open House" Sun- The open house will feature the
lay, October 15, observing its llth Social Science Building, which was greet them.
year of service in the community completed and occupied in August, The tour will then move through
and featuring the two newest and the Fine Arts Building, which the Fine Arts Building, other
buildings on campus were announ- is expected to be completed some- the Fine Arts Building, d ather
ced this week by Dr. Richard Mor- time this month. buildings on campus, and end at
ley, Gulf Coast Junior College the Social Science Building. Re-
-president. The two new buildings make a reshments will be served in the
pres ent. total of nine constructed since studentt Center at the midway -t
The special event, which is open 1960, when Gulf Coast Junior Col- point the campus tour .
to the public, is due to begin at lege moved into its spacious 80- 3
2 p.m. and continue through 5 acre campus after three years inf Junior college faculty and stu- -
p.m., Sunday, October 1.5, Dr. Mor- temporary quarters in Wainwright dent leaders, as well as members >
ley said. Shipyard. of the Gulf Coast Junior College -.
Alumni Association and other col- 0
"We believe Gulf Coast Junior Enrollment has increased at lege related groups will be on hand
College has come a long way in 11 Gulf Coast from 181 students in to meet the visitors as the tour
years," Dr. Morley said, "and we 1957, its first year of operation, to I progresses, Dr. Morley said.
4 have planned this open house to more than 1,600 students today,
} share our accomplishments with all and the teaching faculty has in- Interested persons are urged to
of those persons in the commun- creased from 12 to 70. make their plans now to. attend
ity who made it possible." The open house will feature stu- the open house, he added. 0
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Friday, September


29


8:00 P. M.

FOR THE

Port St. Joe Sharks


WHEN THEY 'PLAY THE

Baker High


THE FIGHTING SHARKS


FRONT ROW, left to right-Tom O'Brian, Donald
Capps, Gary Hay, Don Jamison, Joe Hendrix, Mike Gain-
nie, Terry Parrish, Jimmy Rogers, Dennis Atchison and
Glenn Harper.
MIDDLE ROW, left to right--Charles Smith, Mike
Burkett, Quinene Cushing, Knapp Smith, Ricky Lovett,
Robert Nobles, Freddy Anderson, Don Miles, Larry Mc-


Farland, Gary Elliott and Jimmy Lancaster.
BACK ROW, left to right-Richard Morlock, Bob
Burch, Buddy Boyette, Ricky Robertson, Jimmy Davis,
Chris Earley, Jim Fensom, David Maddox, Joe McLeod,
Wayne Bishop and George Anchors. Jerry Nichols was
not present when picture was made due to injuries.


1967 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE


SEPTEMBER 15 Wewahitchka Home
SEPTEMBER 22 Chattahoochee There
SEPTEMBER 29 Baker Home
OCTOBER 6 Graceville There
OCTOBER 13 Monticello Home


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OCTOBER 20 Chipley There
OCTOBER 27 Open Date
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SHARK CHEERLEADERS


From left to right, Dianne Tripp, Deb-
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Deda Gilbert, Pam Holland, Jan Fleming,
and Karol Altstaetter. --Star photos


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Cadet Fox In Second
Year At AF Academy
U. S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY,
COLO.-Cadet Peter H. Fox, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Fox of
1303 Constitution Drive, Port St.
Joe, is one of more than 900 ca-
detr who have started their sopho.
more year at the U. S. Air Force
Academy.
During the past summer, the ca-
det and other members of the
class of 1970 completed an inten-
sive six-week training program at
the academy and armed forces in-
stallations across the country.
In the summer program the ca-
dets were trained in survival tech-
niques and base defense tactics
in the rugged Rampart Range area
near the academy.
This was followed by a combat
course in infantry weapons at
nearby Ft. Carson, Colo.
The final three weeks of summer
training was conducted at several
bases where the cadets got a first
hand look at operational Air Force
units and aircraft.
As he began his second year at
the academy, Cadet Fox was named
to the commandant's list in recog-
nition of his outstanding military
performance. He wears a silver
wreath designating the honor ac-
corded him by the academy com-
mandant of cadets.
The cadet will be commissioned
a second lieutenant and awarded
a B.S. degree upon his graduation
from the academy.
Cadet Fox is a 1965 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, where he
was a member of the National
Honor Society. He attended Mar-
ion (Ala.) Institute before his ap-
pointment to the academy.

1st it. David Odum
Stationed 'In Japan
CAMP ZAMA, JAPAN (AHTNC)
-Army First Lieutenant David J.
Odum, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
lius C. Odum, 17th Street, Port
.St. Joe, was assigned to duties at
the 627th Hospital at Camp Zama,
Japan, September 1.
Lt. Odum entered the Army in
1965 and was-last stationed at Ft.
Bragg, N. C.
He is a 1961 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School and received
his commission through the Re-
serve Officers' Training Corps pro-
gram at Ouachita Baptist Univer-
sity in Arkadelphia, Ark., where
he received a B.S.E. degree in
1965.

Sgt. Mike White Now
Stationed In N. C.
NEW RIVER, N. C., (FHTNC)-
Marine Sergeant Michael T. White,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White,
Jr., of 1301 Woodward Ave., Port
St. Joe, is serving with Marine Me-
dium Helicopter Squadron-365, a
unit of the Marine Aircraft Group-
26 at the Marine Corps Air Facility
in New River, N. C.
His squadron provides helicopter'
transport of personnel and cargo
during ship-to-shore movement and
within an objective area.

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STOP!
If you can't stop,..
be ready to start
paying. B
So, stop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De-
pendable Parts. You can be sure
and not sorry with Brake Parti
that bear the NAPA Seal be.
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed doe-
pendability available only
through the service-repair shop
that show the NAPA Sign.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1967


HONORED AT SHOWER-Mrs. Deso Faile, oree are served punch by Miss Minerva McLane
mother of the groom-elect; Mrs. J. C. Odum, mo- 'at a shower Saturday afternoon in the home of
their of the bride-elect and Miss Gayle Odum, hon- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Maddox. --Star photo


SMiss Beverly Gayle C
First Baptist WMU Honored With Show

Names Officers Miss Beverly Gayle Odum, bride- I
On Monday, September 18, mem- elect, was honored with a miscel- w
bers of the First Baptist WMU met laneous calling shower Saturday af- c
at the church for the installation ternoon, September 23 in the home
of new, officers for the 1967-68 of Mrs. Dave Maddox. The host- I
church year. esses presented corsages to Miss
Odum and her mother, Mrs. J., C. B
Mrs. E. C. Cason, chairman of Odum, and to Mrs. Desso Faile, Sr., a
the nominating committee called of Panama City, mother of the a
the meeting to order. The year bridegroom-elect. b
song, "0 Master Let Me Walk Guests were greeted at the door
With' Thee" opened the meeting. by Mrs. Cecil Harrison and Mrs. 1
The call to prayer was given by Neil Arnold.
Mrs. L. R. Holiday. Beautiful floral arrangements in
Roll call of officers by Mrs. Ca- the honoree's chosen; colors of
son was the next order of business, green and gold enhanced the love-
At this time Rev. C. Byron Smith lines of the party rooms. A spe-
presented each officer and gave a cial arrangement of particular in-
brief talk on the duties and respon- terest in the den was of tiny satin
sibilities of their respective offices love apples, each tied with a sweet-
and that the WMU organization is heart bow.
a ,God-made union and not man Serving cake and punch to the
made and each one'should feel it guests from the beautifully ap-
a privilege to give their best to
the Master's work, that of promot-
ing our WMU programs. PI a FSie
Mrs. Sara Smith introduced a Plan to end Fruit
visitor, Mrs. Gerald Lewter. She *
was given a warm welcome by all. Cakes to Vietnam
Mrs. C. D. Spears, out-going presi-
dent thanked each member for
their help in the WMU program of The Highland View Church of
1966-67. God will be sponsoring a project
The names of new circle mem- to send local boys in' Vietnam fruit-
bers will be announced at a later cake packages for Christmas.
date. AnT one having a relative who


WMU OFFICERS
New officers for the First Bap-
tist Church WMU for the 1967-68
church year will be as follows:
President, Mrs. W. 0. Nichols;
Vice-President, Mrs. C. D. Spears;
Secretary, Mrs. W. S. Smith; Trea-
surer, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon.
-Program chairman, Mrs. Bob
Moore; Mission Study chairman,
Mrs. Bill Parker; Program chair-
man, Mrs. A. V. Bateman; Steward-
ship chairman, Mrs. Emory Steph-
ens Enlistment chairman, Mrs.
Ralph Macomber; Mission Action
chairman, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.;
Assistant, Mrs. B. W. Wilder.
Children's Home chairman,
Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham; Bible
study chairman, Mrs. C. Byron
Smith; Flower chairman, Mrs. W.
J. Daughtry; Social chairman, Mrs.
H. F. Ayers; Assistant, Mrs. George
Davis.
YWA leader, Mrs Shirley Wal-
don; G.A. leader, Mrs. Braxton
Ward and Sunbeam leader, Mrs.
Shirley Webb.


FHA Names Officers
by MARY DAWSON
Washington High School FHA
looks forward to a successful
school year. The club held its first
meeting of the year on September
12.
The following persons were elec-
ted to serve as officers for the
school year: President, Jacquelyn
Raines; Vice-President, Ethyl Ri-
ley; Secretary Sharon Freeman; As-
sistant Secretary, Amy Hall; Trea-
surer, Evonne Spann; Chaplain,
Linda Roulhac and Parliamentar-
ian, Dale Thomas.
The next meeting will be held
September 27.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to offer my thanks to the
Municipal Hospital staff and nur-
ses, Dr. Wayne Hendrix, Dr. Joe
Hendrix and Dr. Shirley Simpson
for their kind service.. I also wish
to thank the many friends who re-
membered me with flowers, cards
and prayers during my recent hos-
pitalization.
I sincerely appreciated your
thoughtfulness.
MRS. PARKER G. HART


is a local resident of Port St. Joe,
Oak Grove, White City, Highland
View or the Beaches, please con-
tact any member of the Church of
God, or call 229-2564 or 229-2886.
All names must be in by October
15. Donation boxes have been pla-
ced in some of the local business
establishments. Your donation to
this worthy project will be greatly
appreciated.
Let's not forget our local boys,
who will not be able to spend this
Christmas with their family.


Your dentist
saves your teeth.,

'He may also
save your liue.


See your dentist regularly. It may
save your life. Cancer of the
mouth killed almost 7,000
Americans last year. Many
of them needlessly. So see
your dentist for a complete
oral checkup regularly.

American Cancer Society l
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BYTHE PUBLISHER


)dum, Bride-Elect,

r. Last Saturday
pointed refreshment table, which
was over-laid with an organdy
cloth, were Miss Minerva McLane,
irs; George Cooper, Mrs. M. L.
Britt and Mrs. John Core.
Mrs. A. P. Jackson, Miss Alma
8aggett and Mrs. William Laird
assisted in caring for the guests,
and Mrs. Tom Ford kept the bride's
book.
Miss Odum will become the
bride of Desso Faile, Jr., of Pan-
ama City, October 6.


Hobo Party Saturday Night Enjoyed by

"Crusaders for Christ" Group At Beach

The Crusader's for Christ enjoy- Davis.
ed a beach hobo party and camp- Chaperoning the group were:
fire jubilee -on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. George McLawhon,


Each hobo and hobo-ette came in
their best hobo attire. They each
brought their own eating utensils.
Each boy brought a can of beef
stew, and each girl brought a can
of pork and beans. These were put
into two different pots and warm-
ed over low charcoal grills. While
these were watched by the chaper-
ones, the hoboes enjoyed several
active games on the beach.
All hungry hoboes enjoyed the
outdoor supper of beef stew, pork
and beans, bread, punch, cupcakes
and parched peanuts. Following
supper, the hoboes all joined
around a large campfire and sang
choruses. Some of them gave tes-
timonies of praise to the Lord. Jim-
my Marlowe brought a devotional,
emphasizing the need for servants
in the Lord's work, and the import-
ance of studying God's word.
The best hobo and hobo-ette for
the evening were chosen according
to their attire and their hobo per-
sonalities. Rosa Ard of Highland
View and David McDermott of
Westcott Circle were the winners.
Those attending were: Alveta
Middleton, Carole Lamberson, Rosa
Ard, Sharon Bowman, Susan Tram-
mel, Jerri Rich, Vicki Brunner,
Frank Middleton, Jimmy Gately,
Biff Quarles, George McLawhon,
Jr., Kenneth Pippins, Gene Mc-
Croans, Lamar Mathis, Robert
Brunner, Ricky Lamberson, Ricky
Lancaster, Jimmy Lancaster, Billy
Rich, Billy Stephens, Steve Bass,
Tyler Smith, Kenny Bowman,
Gregg Goodman, Johnnie Good-
man, Michael Hallanan, David Mc-
Dermott,, Gary Reeves and Craig


Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Strickland,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Marlowe, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Brunner, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Graham, Mrs. Billy
Quarles and Elmore Godfrey. Visit-
ing the group was Mrs. Judy Par-
ker of Tallahassee.


Sorority Meets

With Mrs. Freeman

The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi met September
19 at 8:00 p.m. in the home of
Mrs. Greta Freeman.
During the business meeting,
members were reminded of their
duties for the fish fry that is to be
held September 29 at ,the Centen-
nial Building. Serving will begin
at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are now on
sale for $1.00 per person. Tickets
may be obtained from any one of
the Xi Epsilon Kappa members.
Christmas cards are also being
sold by the Xi' Epsilon Kappa
Chapter. Anyone wishing to place
their order may call 227-5426.
The program for the evening
was "Taste and Smell", given by
Mrs. Delores Cox, after which de-
licious refreshments were served
by the hostess, Mrs. Greta Free-
man.
Members attending were Mrs.
Gladys Brown, Mrs. Wandis Scott,
Mrs. Shirley Daniels, Mrs. Elva
Jones, Mrs. Delores Cox and Mrs.
Greta Freeman.


Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Herring of
Port St. Joe, would like to an-
nounce the approaching marriage


MISS CARLA JEAN HERRING


Newlyweds Feted

With Dinner Party
On Saturday, September 17, Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Davis, who were
married recently in Chipley, were
the guests of honor at an informal
dinner featuring authentic Hun-
garian dishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norton,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Costin, Mr.
and Mrs. Ashley Costin and Mrs.
Lawrence Bowen entertained the
young couple at the C. G. Costin,
Sr., home at Beacon Hill.
The guest list included: Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ellis of Chipley, par-
ents of Mrs. Davis; Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Daniell, parents of Mr. Da-
vis; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thursbay,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Anchors, Mr.


and Mrs. Billy Barlow, Mr. and
Mrs. Blake Thomason, Mr. ahd
Mrs. George Small, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Abrams and Mr. and Mrs. John
Laney and daughter, Joan of Chip-
ley.
A gift of china was presented to
the newlyweds as a moment of
the occasion.

GAYLE RICHARDS ACCEPTED
BY SOCIAL SORORITY
Gayle Richards, freshman at Au-
burn University, has accepted a
bid to the Phi Theta Chapter of
the Delta Delta Delta National So-
cial Sorority.
Gayle is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Richards, 1302 Monu-
ment Avenue, Port St. Joe.


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of their daughter, Carla Jean, to
Chester L. Mathis, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Mathis of Panama
City.
The bride is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, attend-
ed the University of Southern
Mississippi, and is presently en-
rolled in night school at Gulf
Coast Junior College.
The groom is a graduate of
Bay High School, attended Gulf
Coast Junior College, and is a
graduate of World Wide Compu-
ter School.
The marriage will be an event
of Saturday, September 30, at
two o'clock in the First Metho-
dist Church of Port St.- Joe. No
invitations are being sent, but all
friends and relatives of the cou-
ple are invited to attend.
A reception, given by the
bride-elect's grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. C. Nedley will follow
immediately in their home.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1967 PAGE SEVEN


DIAGNOSTIC AND COUNSELING

SERVICE

will be available to citizens of Gulf County on a
monthly basis beginning October 5, 1967.
This service will be made possible through the
efforts of the Gulf County Committee for Guidance
and Counseling, with service provided by staff
members of the Bay County Guidance Clinic, Pan-
ama City, Florida.
Services will be available to both children and
adults. A fee will be charged based upon profes-
sional time expenditure and client income level. No
referral is necessary but an appointment time
must be secured.
Any individual with school problems, behav-
ior problems, emotional disturbances, or persons
with marital problems would be appropriate candi-
dates for this service.

For Appointment Scheduling, please Call

229-3621

This Message Sponsored by

Florida 'First National Bank
at Port St. Joe
Member: Florida National Group and FDIC


tle group pregenea ivirs. weems
Robbins with a revised edition of
the Holy Bible as a token of their
lo e and appreciation for doing
such a wonderful job as circle
chairman and for being an out-
standing member of the circle.
Mrs. Robbins and family plan to
move to Orange, Texas where Mr.
Robbins will be employed by the
Owens-Illinois Paper Company.
DOROTHY CLARK CIRCLE
Mrs. James Yates was hostess to
the Dorothy Clark Circle of the
Long Avenue WMU when they met
for their missionary program Tues-


A very interesting program from
the Royal Service magazine, "An
Accelerated Witness To An Explod-
ing and Shifting Population in the
U. S.", was given by Mrs. Tommy
Braxton assisted by the members.
Eight members were present for
the meeting, and the new WMU
president, Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. N. G. Martin.
LOUISE SPARKMAN CIRCLE
The Louise Sparkman Circle of
the Long Avenue Baptist Woman's
Missionary Society met Monday
night at the church.
The circle was honored to have
as their guest, Miss Louise Spark-
man, foreign missionary to Nigeria,
home on furlough. The circle is
named for Miss Sparkman.
The meeting was opened with
the members repeating the Wom-
an's Missionary Watchword for the
year, and the singing of the Wo-
man's Missionary song for the year,
led by Mrs. Joe Parrott, circle
chairman, and a call to prayer giv-
en by Mrs. John Hanson.
,A very interesting program was
presented by Mrs. Gary Manz, pro-
gram chairman. The study was on
"An Accelerated Witness on Ex-
ploding and Shifting Population in
the U.S." Members were challeng-
ed to examine themselves so that
they would not be tempted to look
on population statistics as cold and
impersonal. Members were inform-
ed as to how the Home Mission
Board can help a church witness in


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The Esther Bartee Circle of the
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
vice of the First Methodist Church
met at the home of Mrs. Hubert
Richards on the morning of Mon-
day September 18.
After coffee and doughnuts were
served by the hostess, the meeting
was called to order by Mrs. J. B.
Griffith, circle chairman. Mrs. 0.
M. Sell opened the program with
prayer and Mrs. Ed Ramsey pre-
sented a talk on "Giving Attention
to Love".
The business portion primarily
consisted of discussion of current
projects for the fort coming
church bazaar.
Eleven members were present
and one honored,guest, Mrs. Ned
Patton.
Upon adjournment of the meet-
ing the group went to the Fellow-
ship Hall for a bazaar work day.
WEEK END VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Young-
blood had their daughter, Elizabeth
Youngblood from Jones College in
Jacksonville visiting with them
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A an area with a shifting population,
LOng V Av ir es VeetG also how it can help in planning
mission strategy efforts. Assisting
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The Edna Horton Circle of th Five members were present and Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs. Randel
The Edna Horton Circle of the participated in the program. McClain Mrs. Billy Norris, Mrs.
Long Avenue WMS met Wednes- Mrs. Joe Ferrell, president of Ruel Whitehurst Mrs. Danny Mad-
lay morning at 9:30 at the home the WMU came by and presented dox Mrs. David Jenkins. The meet-
of Mrs. George Holland with six several business items to the ing was closed with prayer for the
members present. group. foreign missionaries and the Home
The prayer calendar was given The group was dismissed with a Mission efforts here at home by
by Mrs. Barney Early, with special prayer and Mrs. Yates served re- Mrs. Danny Maddox.
prayer by Mrs. Holland. freshments. After a short business meeting,
After the business session, an in- -- refreshments were served by host-
teresting program, "An Accellerat- LOTA PALMER CIRCLE esses Mrs. Danny Maddox and Mrs.
ed Witness To An Exploding and The Lota Palmer Circle of the David Jenkins at which time all
Shifting Population In the U. S." Long Avenue WMS met Tuesday members present had an opportun-
was presented by Mrs. Harold Raf- at 9:30 a.m., with Mrs. Bobby Lee ity to get 'acquainted with Miss
field. Those taking parts were Mrs. Huckeba. Sparkman and share with her some
William Snellgrove, Mrs. Weems The meeting was opened with of her experiences.
Robbins, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Ear- prayer by Mrs. Joe Ferrell, WMS
ly and Mrs..Raffield. The meeting president. After a brief business
was closed with prayer by Mrs. meeting, the call to prayer was giv- nar te Cirlef M tSC
Raymond Hardy. en by Mrs. Tommy Braxton. Prayer B r "Ci 1
At the conclusion of the meeting was given by Mrs. John Core. IAI;+ k r, J
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Starting off this Tuesday morn-
ing we had some real nice 500 ser- s
ies bowled. Evelyn Smith had a 526 b
series, Verna Burch a 531. Evelyn
also had a nice 216 game.
Bowling on lanes 1 and 2, Tynes
won three games from Ferrell's
with Ruby Lucas leading with a
479 series. Second was Anna Smith
with a 437 series. Ferrell's won
one with Evelyn Smith high with
her 526 series. Second high was Jo
Sealey with a 429 series.
On lanes 3 and 4, 13-Mile Oys-
ter Co., took all four games from
Pate's Shell with, Martha Ward
high with a 476 series. Second was
Donna Ward with a 416 series.
Bowling high for the losing team,
Pate's, was Jerry Moore with a 498
series. Second was Connie Kirkland
with a 457.
Bowling on lanes 5 and 6, Tap-
per's Senators took all four games
from Dairy Burger. I think those
new lime green shirts were a bad
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the Senators was Mary Whitfield
with a 440 series, followed by Shir-
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Mary Brown followed by Maxine
Smith.
On lanes 7 and 8, Amison's won
all four games from Hannon's In-
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the way with a 531 series, which
was high for the alleys. Second
high was Lois Smith with a 469.
Bowling high for the losing team
was Betty Varnes with a 391 series.
Second high was Irene Beaman
with a 368 series. Look for us next
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Amison's Seafood ------- 13 3
Tyne's Standard -------- 11 5
Daisy Burger ----------_ 8 8
13 Mile Oyster Co. --- 8 8
Ferrell's Supply -------6 10
Pate's Shell 5 11
Hannon Insurance -------0 16
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Highland View Elementary School
Monday, October 2
Ham and potatoes, snap beans,
cabbage, carrot, apple and raisin
salad, peanut butter candy, white
bread and milk.
Tuesday, October 3
Turkey salad, turnip greens, cel-
ery sticks, fruit Jell-o, corn bread
and milk.
Wednesday, October 4
Macaroni and cheese, green but-
ter beans, spiced beets, roman ap-
ple cake, white bread, milk and
orange juice.
Thursday, October 5
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, chocolate pudding, white
bread and milk.
Friday, October 6
Navy beans, spiced ham slices,
buttered spinach, app1e crisp,
white bread, milk and orange juice.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, October 2
Beef and vegetables, pimento
cheese, sliced tomatoes, apple up-
side-down ginger bread, white
bread and butter.
Tuesday, October 3
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
orange juice, coconut cookies, but-
ter and milk.
Wednesday, October 4
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, banana pudding, butter and
milk.
Thursday, October 5
Fried chicken, buttered rice,
English peas, sliced tomatoes, pear
salad, white, bread, butter and
milk. I
Friday, October 6
Meat loaf, mashed potatoes, field
peas, orange juice, hot biscuit, ap-
ple jelly, butter and milk.
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, October 2
Beef and vegetables with crack-
ers, pimento cheese, sliced toma-
toes, spiced apple cake, white
bread, butter and milk.
Tuesday, October 3
Chili dogs (buns), buttered corn,
cole slaw, fruit cup, peanut butter
and raisin cookies.
Wednesday, October 4
Oven fried chicken, rice and gra-
vy, June peas, orange juice, white
bread, butter and milk.
Thursday, October 5
Hamburger steak, baked beans,
potato sticks, orange juice, choco-
late pudding, white bread, butter
and milk.
Friday, October 6
Meat sauce with spaghetti, green
beans, cole slaw, hot rolls, jelly,
butter and milk.
Washington High School
Monday, October 2
Fried chopped meat, macaroni
with cheese, cut green beans,
orange sweet potatoes, sliced
bread and milk.
Tuesday, October 3
Beanie weiners, french fries, sli-
ced tomatoes and lettuce, corn
bread squares, peach pudding and
milk.
Wednesday, October 4
Beef roast, creamed potatoes,
mixed greens, corn bread squares,
ice cream and milk.
Thursday, October 5
Turkey with noodles, buttered
corn, raisined apple sauce, biscuits.
butter and milk.
Friday, October 6
Hamburger steaks, Spanish rice
field peas, corn bread squares, jel-
ly cake and milk.








THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1967


PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida "
being in Section 32, Township 5
A dv South, Range 11 West, Gulf
County, Florida; AND
g One (1) 1965 4-door Galaxie 500
automobile, Serial Number 5N62-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, x122019, now in the possession of
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR- the Plaintiff herein.
CUlT OF THE STATE OF On or before the 9th day of Oc-
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF tober, 1967, the Defendant, Thomas
COUNTY. R. Thornton, and all others having
CIVIL ACTION NO. 2945 or claiming to have any right, title
MARTHA ELIZABETH or interest in the property describ-
THORNTON, Plaintiff, ed herein, are required to serve
vs. upon Logue, Bennett & Williams,
THOMAS R. THORNTON, Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address
Defendant. is 303 Magnolia Avenue, Panama
NOTICE TO DEFEND City, Florida, a copy of, and answer
IN THE NAME OF THE to the Complaint for Divorce filed
STATE OF FLORIDA: by the Plaintiff and against the
TO: Defendant, Thomas R. Thorn- Defendant, wherein the Plaintiff
ton, whose address is Post Office has prayed for the Court to enter
Box 4675, Santa Monica, Califor- a decree awarding to the Plaintiff
nia and all persons or parties tfie Defendant's interest in and to
having or claiming to have any the above described property,
right, title or interest in and to owned by the Defendant, Thomas
the following described land, ly- R. Thornton, as a lump sum settle-
ing and being in Gulf County, ment of alimony.
Florida, to-wit: WITNESS my hand and seal of
COMMENCING at the Southwest said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
corner of W% of SW% of SWA County, Florida, this 1st day of
of Section 32, Township 5 South, September, 1967.
Range 11 West, and run North
225 feet; thence run East 390 /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
feet; thence run South 225 feet; Clerk of the Circuit Court
thence run West 390 feet to the (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
point of beginning, said land con- Date of First Publication:
training two acres and lying and September 7, 1967 4t


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PUBLIC NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe will
receive sealed bids at the office of
the City Clerk until Tuesday, Oc-
tober 3, 1967, at 2:00 P.M., E.D.T.,
for the sale and delivery of one
1967 model three-wheel "scooter-
type" vehicle for water meter
reading and repair.
Specifications and other infor-
mation pertaining thereto may be
obtained at the office of the City
Clerk.
Bid shall be based on outright
straight sale, F.O.B. Port St. Joe,
and delivery date should be includ-
ed in bid.
Bids shall be sealed in an en-
velope and plainly marked "BID
ON THREE-WHEEL VEHICLE".
The City reserves the right to re-
ject any or all bids, waive any in-
formalities, and to choose the bid
it deems to best meet'the require-
ments of the City.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
C. W. BROCK 4t
City Auditor and Clerk 9-7
INVITATION TO BID
BID NO. 50
Sealed Bids will be received by
the City Commisison of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida at its regular
place of meeting in the Municipal
Building in Port St. Joe, Florida
until 12:00 Noon E.D.T., on Octo-
ber 3, 1967, for the following des-
cribed Storm Sewer Metal Pipe:
1. 80' of 15 inch 14 Gauge, 20'
Sections, Galvanized Pipe.
2. 720' of 15 inch 16 Gauge Gal-
vanized Pipe, 20' Sections.
3. 39 Bands 16 Gauge.
4. Same as above except in 18"
Dimension Pipe.
Prices must be quoted delivered
in Port St. Joe, Florida.
Bid Opening will be at 8:00 P.M.,
October 3, 1967.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received.
/s/ C. W. BROCK 9-14
City Auditor and Clerk 3t
INVITATION TO BID
BID NO. 49
The City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, will re-
ceive bids from any person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the City the following des-
cribed tires to be purchased as
needed:
1. 8:15x15, 4 Ply.
2. 5:50x16, 4 Ply.
3. 7:00x16, 6 Ply.
4. 6:50x20, 8 Ply.
5. 8:25x20, 10 Ply.
6. 9:00x20, 10 Ply.
7. 10:00x20, 12 Ply.
8. 11:2 x28, 4 Ply.
All prices to include delivery to
Port St. Joe, Florida. Bids will be
received until 12:00 Noon E.D.T.,
October 3, 1967, at the Office of
the City Clerk, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida. The City Commission reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
/s/ C. W. BROCK 9-14
City Auditor and Clerk 3t
-K-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE. ;
IN RE: Estate of
MACK MILLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
MACK MILLER, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in the office of the county judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or
demand must be in writing and
must state the place of residence
and post office address of the
claimant and must be sworn to by
the claimant, his agent, or his at-
torney, or it will become void ac-,
cording to law.
VONCILE MILLER,
Administratrix of the Estate
of MACK MILLER,
Deceased. 4t-9-14
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
Attorney for Administratrix
221 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Re: Estate of
JACOB W. MOUCHETTE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS


Governor's Committee for Quality

Education Holds Its First Meeting Today
TALLAHASSEE Members of the Commission in devising a Mas-


the Governor's Commission for
Quality Education will hold the
first in a series of open public
hearings on Thursday, September
28, at the Dade County Board of
Public Instruction Auditorium.
The purpose of the public hear-
ings as cited in Governor Kirk's
143 page report, Education in Flor-
ida: Perspective for Tomorrow, is
to encourage the community at
large to attend, to listen and to be
heard. The Governor also recom-
mended that the "customers" of
education, the students, should
also be encouraged to attend and
to give their, views and advice. He
added that the students have much
to say that will be of value in an
overall context, and we should al-
low them to give us the benefit
of a particular viewpoint which we
would not otherwise obtain.
In defining the scope of the
Commission's work, the Governor
called for a total inquiry into the
present status of Florida educa-
tion.,
Governor Kirk believes that pub-
lic hearings, which offer the pub-
lic the opportunity to present their
points of view, will be invaluable
in compiling data which will assist

TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS', AGAINST SAID ES-
TATE:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which
you, or either of you, may have
against the estate of JACOB W.
MOUCHETTE, deceased, late of
Gulf County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable S. P. Husband, County Judge
of Gulf County, and file the same
in his office in the County Court-
house in Gulf County, Florida,
within six calendar months from
the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or some
will be barred. See Section 733.16
Florida Statutes.
Dated this 12th day of Septem-
ber, A. D., 1967.
PAULINE P. MOUCHETTE
Administratrix of the Estate
of Jacob W. Mouchette
WILLIAM J. RISH 4t-9-14
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
First publication on Thursday,
September 14, 1967.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT,, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY; FLORIDA.
In Re: Estate of
JIMMY C. DAWSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
TATE:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which
you, or either of you, may have
against the estate of JIMMY C.
DAWSON, deceased, late of Gulf
County, Florida, to the Honorable
S. P. Husband, County Judge of
Gulf County, and file the same in
his office in the County Courthouse
in Gulf County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the date of
the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 733.16 Florida Sta-
tutes.
Dated this 24th day of August,
A. D., 1967.
SHERRIL W. DAWSON,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Jimmy C. Dawson.
WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
First publication on Thursday,
September 14, 1967. 4t


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ter Plan for educational excellence.
The format of the Dade County
public hearing is designed to give
any citizen a forum for his or her
point of view. Those wishing to
participate do not need to make
prior arrangements but those wish-
ing to speak are asked to present
the Commission with a written
copy of their testimony. The Com-
mission will also receive written
reports without a verbal presenta-
tion.
Presiding at the first public
hearing will be Dr. Henry King


FBI Agent Talks

To Rotary Club

Last Thursday
An amusing program was pre-
sented the Port St. Joe Rotary Club
last Thursday, by D. K. Brown,
who is in charge of the FBI dis-
trict office in Jacksonville.
In a humorous way, Brown ex-
plained some of the duties the FBI
performs and some of the things
they are not concerned with even
though the p u b 1 ic mistakenly
thinks they are.
The FBI has one of its best rec-
ords for apprehension among bank
robbers. Brown said that solutions
are obtained in about 85% of the
bank robberies.
The FBI director reported that
one of the most reliable sources of
evidence has now been removed
from the Bureau that of con-
fession. Brown said that eye wit-
nesses can become confused, but
a confession is pretty well relied
upon. Recent court decisions now
make confessions illegal evidence
unless obtained according to strict
rules. "Questioning a suspect is
dangerous now," Brown said, "It
can result in the criminal getting
off scott free if improperly done".
Guests of the club Thursday
were Charlie Carroll, Panama City;
Bob Hundley, Jacksonville; Hank
Land, H. W. Griffin and R. H. Ell-
zey, all of Port St. Joe.
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the Commission from Dade County man, Jacob F. Bryan, III, Presiden
will be present. They are: The and Chairman of the Board of tln
Most Reverend Coleman E. Car- Independent Life and Accident In-
roll, Bishop of Miami; Hugh P. surance Company of Jacksonville;
Emerson, President of the Florida the Vice Chairman, Dr. Hugh Ad-
Chamber of Commerce of Miami; ams, Superintendent of Public In-
Jack D. Gordon, President of the struction for Charlotte County
Washington Federal Savings and and Secretary, Dr. Richard Moore,
Loan Company of Miami Beach and President of Bethune-Cookman Col-
a member of the Dade County -
Board of Public Instruction and lege in Daytona Beach.
Charles Harris, President of the Charles E. Perry, the Governor's
Florida AFL-CIO of Miami. Coordinator on the Commission for
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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1967
I was tabled until the October 10
Minutes 0( The meeting.
'ULIU TV ONadvertise for a bookkeeping ma-
G C M S I The Board directed the Clerk to

chGOLFine to be used in keeping the
I County Commissioners financial
records. Bids to be received Sep-
tember 25, 1967, at 9:00 A.M.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA sioner Horton, seconded by Com- The Board directed the Clerk to
September 12, 1967 missioner Whitfield and unani, advertise for one two ton truck
The Board of County Commis- mously carried, that the Attorney for Mosquito Control Department,
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, prepare the proper agreement to bids to be received September 25,
met this date in regular monthly be executed by this Board and Mr. 1967, at 9:00 A.M.
session with the following mem- Holland, and that said agreement Upon motion by Commissioner
bers present: James G. McDaniel, include a 30 day notice period for Kennedy, seconded by Commission-
Chairman, Leo Kennedy, Walter cancellation by the Board. er Whitfield and unanimously car-.
Graham, James C. Horton and T., H. D. Richards, State Road De- ried, the Chairman and Clerk were
D. Whitfield. Mrs.-Eda Ruth Tay- apartment, appeared before the directed to -execute a contract be-
lor, Deputy Clerk, the Sheriff, At- Board with reference to his re- tween this Board and Burford
torney, Road Superintendent and quest heretofore made on August Equipment Co., for the lease-pur-
Mosquito Control Supervisor were; 8, 1967, wherein he informed the chase of one Model. D-5 Caterpil-
also present. Board that the State Road Depart- lar tractor in the amount of $23,-
The meeting came to order at ment was interested in purchasing 427.28, payable in two installments
9:00 a.m. The Attorney opened the the County beach-front at Beacon of $11,713.64 each on February 1,
meeting- with prayer. The minutes .Hill for the purpose of establishing 1968 and February 1,' 1969.
of August 8, 1967, were read, ap- a public park. He informed. the Dr. Terry Bird, Gulf County
proved and adopted. Board that the State has no funds 'Health Director, notified the
Mr. Robert Holland appeared be- at this time to purchase the pro- Board by letter that he is retiring
fore the Board and requested the. perty, but that if the. County do- after serving 29 years with the
County to. allow him to use the r tn".. "- "- rty. his Department .State Health Department, to be
Mosquito Control Department's would establish an off-road park- effective September 15, 1967.
clam-shell bucket from one to one ing area and, would'landscape the Dr. Richard Morley, President,
and a half days each week; that.in. area. Commissioner Graham said Gulf Coast Junior College, request-
return for the use of this bucket, that he would not consent to giving ed the County (by letter) to con-
he would unload all of the Coun- this property to the State for the sider obtaining a site for a future
ty's slag; that he would be respon- stated purpose. It was made known Junior College. He stated that long-;
sible for keeping the bucket in that the Beach residents were not range planning toward, establish-'
good condition. After discussion, in favor of the proposed park. Af- ment of an off-campus center, or
there was a motion by Commis- ter much discussion this matter a full-fledged' Conmmunity College
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should be considered at the earliest
date possible. After discussion,
the Board directed the Clerk to
inform Dr. Morley that the Board
is interested in his proposal and
will be glad to discuss it with him.
The Board appointed the follow-
ing citizens as members of the
Gulf County Historical Commis-
sion for the year 1967 and made
said appointments retroactive to
January 1, 1967, to-wit: Mrs. Eu-
nice Brinson, Max W. Kilbourn,
William J. Rish, Jesse V. Stone,
William H. Howell and George Y.
Core, Secretary.
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the State Road De-
partment has agreed to purchase
and install a semi-actuated signal
at the intersection of Long Avenue
and 16th Street upon the condition
that Gulf County assume the re-
sponsibility for maintenance and
operation after installation is com-
plete and that 100% of the cost of
said purchase and installation be
paid out of the Gulf County Sec-
ondary Road Fund,
NOW, THEREFORE, upon mo-
tion by Commissioner Whitfield,
and seconded by Commissioner
Kennedy, the following Resolution
was duly adopted:
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board
of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, that this Board
agrees with the State Road Depart-
ment to assume full responsibility


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for the maintenance and opera-
tion of the traffic control signal to
be installed by the State Road De-
partment at the intersection of
Long Avenue and 16th Street.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by
the Board of County Commission-
ers of Gulf County, Florida, that
the State Road Department be, and
it is hereby, authorized to charge
100% of said cost of said installa-
tion of said semi-actuated signal
to the Secondary Road Fund of
Gulf County, Florida.
Upon motion by Commissioner
Whitfield, seconded by Commis-
sioner Horton and duly carried, the
Board directed the Chairman and
Clerk to execute the necessary util-
ity easement between the County
and Florida Power Corporation for
the location of electrical installa-
tions on the Courthouse property
in Port St. Joe.
The Board voted to pay Guin and
Hunt, Inc., $57,316.48 as estimate
No. 12 and Southern Steel $6,932.00
as estimate No. 9 and the final
payment.
The Board approved and ratified
its action wherein the Board met
in special session in the new Court-
!house at Port St. Joe on August 31,
1967, wherein Joseph L. Donofro,
Architect, presented his invoice in
the amount of $6,000.00 represent-
ing the amount due at that time
and the same was ordered paid on
that date, and to release Southern
Steel Company from its contract.


The Board discussed a proposal
to request the Florida Legislature
to pass the necessary legislation
that would allow the Gulf County
Road and Bridge fund to expand
ad valorem taxes collected for that
fund. After discussion, it was de-
cided to discuss this matter with
the City of Port St. Joe at its meet-
ing of Sepember 19, 1967.
Commissioner Horton informed
the Board that the roof on the
new Courthouse and Jail looks
bad; that water is standing on it
in several places and this should
be pointed out to the architect.
Commissioner Graham suggested
that the roof may have been de-
signed to hold water. After dis-
cussion, the Clerk was instructed
to notify the Architect and request
an immediate report.
Commissioner Graham discussed
proposed roof repair or replace-
ment on the Gulf County Health
Department buildings. It was
agreed that the County Road De-
partment employees assist in this
project.
The County Welfare roll was ap-
proved for payment on October 1,
1967, after adding E. L. King at
$15.00.
Commissioner Kennedy informed
the Board that the School Board
is requesting the County to clear
the new school site in Port St. Joe.
The Chairman said that the Coun-
ty Road Department has a number
of important projects that are be-
hind schedule at this time and
that it would not be wise to take
on a project of that size.
Commissioner Kennedy discus-
sed the need for a Purchasing Ag-
ent. No action was taken.
Commissioner Kennedy remind-
ed" the Board that each member
should attend the State Associa-
Ition of County Commissioners
meeting to be held in Clearwater
next month. He said that he would
attend this meeting and voice his
opinion as to proposed legislation.
The Board unanimously approv-
ed budget amendments to the Mos-
quito Control budget for the fis-
cal, year ending September 30,
1967, in the total 'amount of .
$925.11.
The Mosquito Control Supervi-
sor reported certain equipment of
no further use, benefit or service
to the County other than to be used
as parts and 'requested that same
be removed from his inventory.
The Board directed the Supervisor
to use all of said items for parts
and to junk any portion thereof
that cannot be used for parts and
directed the Clerk to remove said
items from the Mosquito Control
inventory. The Clerk was also di-
rected to remove the following
item from said inventory because
same was traded on a new tractor
(70-92) to-wit: 70-21 Traxcavator,
$15,748.21.
Clay Cox appeared before the
Board and discussed the possibili-
ty of the County entering the Fed-
eral Surplus Commodities program.
He informed the Board as to oper-
ation and expense of a like pro-
gram in Bay County. After discus-
sion, the Board announced that
funds are not available at this time
to consider the program; that this
matter will be tabled for future
study.
The Board accepted an easement
from W. B. Grinslade .for fill dirt
to be used on County Roads. ]
The C6unty Service Officer,
Small Claims' Court, County Agri-
cultural Agent and Health Depart-
ment filed reports for the month 1
of August. The Florida State S
Board of Forestry filed its annual
report on the qulf County fire g
control program. l
The Mosquito Control Supervi-
sor presented an easement from E
Floyd C. Lister for a Sanitary 1,
Land fill to be located in Section i
18, Township 5S, Range 9 West
and informed the Board that this ti
sanitary land fill program has s
heretofore been approved and pla- u
ced in the budget. The Board vot- s-
ed to accept said easement. p
Joseph K. Whitfield, Member. si
Gulf County Board of Public In- ti
struction, appeared before the t]
Board and requested the County e
o assist in clearing the new school o
site in Port St. Joe. He stated that n
he School Board would reimburse o:
he County for the labor and other V
expenses, excluding maintenance F
osts. After discussion, the Board
decided that due to the fact that a:
the Road Department was so far o0
behind on its projects that the ta
Road Department cannot do this o01
work during the regular work
reek, but will be permitted to do ti
t,on Saturdays, which will allow si
he employees to-make overtime if T
hiey so desire. Upon motion by r
commissionerr Graham, seconded d
y Commissioner Whitfield, and ai
unanimously carried, that the sc
county Road Department be per- la
united to clear the new school site Ti
a Port St. Joe; doing all of said us
'ork on Saturlays; that the School ai
oard reimburse the County for
11 work performed, for gasoline, tii
il, insurance and other expenses in
excluding maintenance. 1,
Commissioner Graham discussed dE
he need for certain road work in d(
)ak Grove. The Superintendent su
vas instructed to attend to this ct
latter. He then told he Board that 22
e has received numerous corn- us
Taints as to the drainage ditch af
n Maddox Street in Oak Grove
inning to St. Joseph's Bay. It was m
decided that the State Road De- co
artment be informed of this mat-
er in an effort to correct same.


Commissioner Kennedy inform
ed the Board that there is an ovi,
all drainage problem in Oak Grqve,
especially after a heavy rain; that
this Board should have an engin-
eer determine what should be done
to properly drain said area.
Commissioner Kennedy inform-
ed the Board that the residents of
St. Joe Beach are complaining
about garbage being dumped on
private property in that area,
thereby causing a health hazzard
and creating an ugly sight. It was
decided that this problem would
be discussed with the property
owners in an effort to have fenc-
ing erected to prevent garbage
dumpers from getting to the pro-
perty and also to erect signs.
Pursuant to Notice published ac-
cording to law, the following seal-
ed bids were received to supply
the furniture requirements for the
new Courthouse to-wit: Boyd Bro-
thers, Inc., Panama City, $88,790.;
Panama Office Supply, Panama
City, $91,766.60; Bidlo Office Sup-
ply, Orlando, $95,725.00; The Drw
Co., Tallahassee, $92,744.
Ralph A. Bender, Consultant for
the County, tabulated said bids and
after making a study of same, ad-
vised that the Drew Company, Tal-
lahassee, is the low bidder, due *z
the fact that said bid included aH
items to be furnished by the com-
panies represented by J. B. Ben-
der, Inc., which in effect reduces
said bid by $4,000.00, the fee due
Bender according to his contract
making the Drew Company bid
$88744. net. There was a motion
by Commissioner Whitfield, sec-
onded by Commissioner Horton, to
purchase all furniture from the
low bidder. Upon vote, the follow-
ing voted AYE: Whitfield, Horton
and the Chairman. NAY: Graham
and Kennedy. Commissioner Ken-
nedy requested the record to show
that he voted against the motion
because he has no assurance as
to which bid is low and therefore
cannot cast an intelligent vote.
All payrolls for the month of
August were approved and ratified
as paid.
The bills were presented, exam-
ined, approved and ordered paid.
The Clerk reported the follow-
ing bank balances as of September
1, 1967. Wewahitchka State Bank:
Pest Control, $3,692.33; Road and
Bridge, $27,108.09; Capital Outlay,
$145,000.68; St. Joe Fire Control,
$1,711.41; Time Deposit $32,255.63;
Certificates of Indebtedness, $23,-
839.12. Florida First National Bank
at Port St. Joe: General, $25,114.01;
Fine and Forfeiture, $24,297.59;
Capital Outlay, $132,848.39 and
Time Deposit, $81,455.37.
The Chairman called a special
meeting for September 25, 1967, at
9:00 a.m.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
ATTEST:
JAMES G. McDANIELL,
Chairman
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk



Legal Adv.

STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT AND
CIRCULATION
Date of filing: September 25,
.967.
Title of Publication: The Star.
Frequency of issue: Weekly.
Location of known office of pub-
ication: 306 Williams Ave., Port
St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida 32456.
Location of the headquarters or
general business offices of the pub-
ishers: 306 Williams Avenue.
Name and address of Publisher,
Editor and Managing. Editor: Wes-
ey R. Ramsey, Port St. Joe, Flor-
da.
Owner: (If owned by a corpora-
ion, its name and address must be
tated and also immediately there-
nder the names and addresses of
tockholders owning or holding 1
percent or more of total amount of
tock. If not owned by a corpora-
ion, the names and addresses' of
ie individual owners must be giv-
n. If owned by 4, partnership or
other unincorporated firm, its
ame and address, as well as that
f each individual must be giveim
lesley R. Ramsey, Port St. Joe,
lorida.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
nd other security holders owning
r holding 1 percent or more of to-
il amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities: None.
Extent 'and Nature of Circula-
on: (Average no. copies each is-
ue during preceding 12 months)
total no. copies printed (net press
un) 1,850; Paid circulation thru
ealers and carriers, street vendors
nd counter sales, 495; Mail sub-
riptions, 1,300; Total paid circu-
tion, 1,795; Free distribution, 30;
total distribution, 1,825; Office
se, left-over, unaccounted, spoiled
*ter printing, 25; Total, 1,850.
Extent and Nature of Circula-
on: (Single issue nearest to fil-
g date) Total no. copies printed,
880; Paid circulation, sales thru
dealers and carriers, street ven-
ors and counter sales, 469; Mail
ibscriptions, 1,369; Total paid cir-
ilation, 1,838; Free distribution,
; Total distribution, 1,860; Office
se, left-over, unaccounted, spoiled
ter printing, 20; Total, 1,880.
I certify that the statements
ade by me above are correct and
mplete.
WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Owner


CENTER



Jimmy s Phillip 66


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister

Church School 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
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",,.


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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW A Craig Tells Kiwanis
B J ABOUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION: Legal MAdv Coach Taylor Show!
NOTICE Superintendent of Public Instruc-
AThe Ordinance below has been tion R. Marion Craig and Coach
90% of fodag'R proposed and initially read by the Wayne Taylor were both on the
City Commission of the City of ayne Taylor were both on the
Port St. Joe for passage. Any per- program Tuesday at the regular
I ( rpison desiring additional information meeting of the Port St. Joe Ki-
-or a copy of this Ordinance may wanis Club.
--4obtain same at the Office of the
City Clerk, Port St. Joe, Florida. Superintendent Craig told the
f"a/ ORDINANCE 31 Club that he had just received

AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A word from the U. S. Department
FIRE PREVENTION CODE PRE- of Health, Education and Welfare,
r *\ r a oSCRIBING REGULATIONS GOV- that Gulf County's plan for deseg-
S0/ 1 ERNING CONDITIONS HAZAR- regation ofpubc school had not
TY FROM FIRE OANDR EXPLO- been activated. raig read the let-
SSION, PROVIDING FOR THE ter of denial to the club which sta-
Many of today's "wonder drugs'' are only adolescents ENFORCEMENT, AND PENAL- ted that no Federal funds would
in the developing world of scientific miracles. The hy- TIES FOR, THE VIOLATION OF be supplied to Gulf for any new
pertension drugs made their debut with Rauwiloid in THE PROVISIONS THEREOF, grams until an acceptable plan
AND PROVIDING FOR REPEAL programs until an acceptable plan
1953. And in 1954, tranquilizers were first released OF CONFLICTING ORDINAN- was put into operation.
for public consumption...the same year Jonas Salk CES. Coach Taylor showed the club a
led the way for the dramatic breakthrough in polio con- BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEO- film of the Shark-Chattahoochee
trol. In 1962, enzymes were introduced to accelerate PLE OF THE CITY OF PORT SDA: football game last Friday night.
tissue repair and reduce inflammation. Going back SECTION 1. ADOPTION OF FIRE Taylor said that the team played
a little further we find that penicillin... which has PREVENTION CODE. well enough to: win, but mistakes
proved so necessary to life...has been in use just 19 There is hereby adopted by thecommitted forced them to settle
City Commission of the City of committed forced them to settle
years. It was only 14years ago that the antihistamines Port St. Joe for the purpose of pre- for a tie score.
first appeared on your Pharmacist's shelves. Bearing scribing regulations governing con-
these developments in mind, the future of prescrip- editions hazardous to life and pro Are
perty from fire or explosion, that 'Saturday Workers 'Are
tion drugs promises discoveries inconceivable to the certain code known as the Fire Pre-
imagination, vention Code, Abbreviated Edition, Named for Thrift Shop
recommended by the American In-
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices larly the 195 dciation thereofpartind Workers at the Thrift Shop Sat-
consistent with qualityandthepersonalattention you the whole thereof, save and except urday, September 30 will be Mrs. c
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to such portions as are hereinafter Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Mrs. Lawrence
can always depend pon, bng your prescriptions deleted, modified or amended (by Bissett and Mrs. Ashley Costin. t
OURL0 1PHARMACY Section 5 of this ordinance), of
OUR PHARMACY which code not less than three (3) The pickup and marking com-
copies have been and now are fil- mittee will be at the Thrift Shop t
B ed in the office of the City Clerk Friday morning from 9:30 to 11:30 1
u ZZ tt D rug Store of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, to receive any items to be donated.
t and the same are hereby adopted
and incorporated as fully as if set Sales will not be made on this day. a
317 Williams Ave. Ph. 227-3371 out at length herein, and from the t
Drive-In Window Service Plenty of Free Parking data on which this Ordinance shall Commission of the City of Port St.
take effect, the provisions thereof Commission of the Court of cometent
____ ________ shallbecontrolling within the lim- Joe, or by a Court of competent
itshall b of the ontrolling within the im- jurisdiction, within the time fixed P
ltsor of athe City of Port St. Joe herein, shall severally for each and ,a
Minutes o Te SECTION 2. ENFORCEMENT every such violation and non-
Minutes of The SECTION h2. ENFORCEMENT. compliance respectively, be guilty
The code hereby adopted shall compliance respectively, be guilty
be enforced by the Chief of the of a misdemeanor, punishable by a
PU C i\ STR CT0N e enforced bythe Chief of te fine of not more than $100.00, or
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION SECTION 3. DEFINITION. by imprisonment for not more than
Wherever the word "Municipal- 30 days or by both such fine and
ity" is used in the code hereby imprisonment. The imposition of
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA structional personnel to have their adopted, itshall be heldtomean one penatyor any violation shaor ermit
August 8, 1967 teaching credentials recorded in theCityof Port St. Joe, Florida not excuse the violation or permit
the Superintendent's office by the SECTION 4. ESTABLISHMENT it to continue;and tall such persons
The Gulf County Board of Pub- end of the second month of school OF LIMITS OF DISTRICTS IN shall be required to correct or drem
lic Instruction met on the above of the year that they are employ- WHICH STORAGE OF EXPLO- edy such violations or defects
date. The following members were ed." SIVES AND BLASTING AG- not otherwise a reasonable cified, each ten
present and acting: Eldridge Mon- The Board examined the prelim- ENTS, STORAGE OF FLAMM- (10) das therwise specified conditions
ey, Chairman; William Roemer, inary plans for the new Wewahitch- ABLE LIQUIDS IN OUTSIDE (10)daysthatprohibited conditions
Sr., J. K. Whitfield, Gene Raffield ka High School, and,they were dis- ABOVE-GROUND TANKS, AND are maintained shall constitute
and B. J. Rich, Sr cussed with Mr. Norman Gross, the BULK STORAGE OF LIQUI- separate offense.
and B Rich, Sr cussed with Mr. Norman Gross, the D PETROLEUM GA^ b. The application of the above
The meeting was opened with Board Architect. Board Member BERESTRICTED. GA penalty shall not be held to pre-
prayer by Board Member William Rich made a motion that the plans The limits referred tinSectio vent the enforced removal of pro-
Roemer, Sr. be sent to the State Department of heerhibited conditions.
The Superintendent was present Education for their approval. 53b of the code hereby adopted, SECTION 9. REPEAL OF CON-
and acting. Board Member Roemer seconded whlch storage o expsves FLICTING ORDINANCES:
The minutes of the Board meet- the motion. All voted yes. blasting agents is prohibited, the AFLICTING ORDINANCES:
ing of July 6, 1967 were read and the limits referred to in Section 74a of thereof conflicting or finances or pnsistens
approved as read. The Board adopted the salary the code hereby adopted in which thereof conrflicting or icons intent
The Board accepted the Gulf Oil schedule for instructional person- storage of Class I liquids in ou with the provisions of thisOrdin-
Corporation's low bid of .2039 nel for the school year 1967-68. A side aboveground tanks is prohib- ance or of the code hereby adopted
cents per allon for gasoline and copy of this schedule is on file in ited, and the limits referred to in areCI e10 epeALIDITY
1175 cents per gallonfor fuel oil the Superintendent's office Section 114 of the code hereby SECTION 10 VALIDITY.
for the school year 1967-68. he Board discussed proposals adopted, in which bulk storage o If any section, paragraph, clause
The Board accepted the Stand- from the Florida Power Corpora- liquefied petroleum gas is restrict- or provision of this Ordinance shall
ard Oil Company's bid of $1.55 tion and the ,St. Joe Natural Gas ed are hereby established accord- be held invalid, the invalidity of
per gallon for anti-freee, and Company indicating their interest ing to the provisions and limita- such section, paragraph, clause or
1.05 per gallon for motor oil that in the heating and air conditioning tions contained in Chapter 5-A- provision shall not affect any of
is to besupplied inone quartcon- and cooking in the proposed new 16.22 of the State Fire Marshall the remaining provisions of this
tainers for the school year 1967-68. hgh schools. The Board authorized Rules and Regulations, not less Ordinance .DA FET
The oBard accepted the Davis the Superintendent to direct Mr. than three (3) copies have been SECTION 11. DATE OF EFFECT.
Exterminator Company's low bid Norman Gross to secure an un- and now are filed in the office of This Ordinance shall take effect
for rodent and pest control services biased analysis of the cost involved the City Clerk of the City of Port and be in force from and after its
'and termite inspection services for in operating a all gas school in St. Joe, Florida, and the same are approval asqrd by law.
the school year 1967-68. relation to the cost involved in an hereby adopted and incorporated INTRODUCED at a regular meet- I
The Board accepted the Velda all electric school. This analysis as fully as if set out at length here- ing of theCity Commission of the
Farm's low bid of .07350 per one- will be made by a dis-interested in, and from the date on which this City of Port St. Joe on September r
alf pint of milk to be used in and professionally competent heat-' Ordinance shall take effect, the 19, 1967.RANK PATE
he lunchrooms for the school ing and air conditioning engineer provisions thereof shall be control- Maor-Commissioner
year 1967-68. on the basis of the requirements ing within the limits of the City of ATTESTMaor-Commissioner 2t-9-28
The oBard accepted the low bid for heating and air conditioning in Port St. Joe, Florida. ATTEST: 2t-9-28
-)f Flowers Baking Company for the schools supplied by the Board SECTION 5. AMENDMENTS MADE C. W. BROCK .D
read products for the school year Architect, Norman P. Gross. IN THE CODE HEREBY ADOP- City Auditor t e Florida
1967-68, to be used in the lunch- There being no further business, TED. Ci b t o e TosAL O
rooms. the Board adjourned to meet again The code hereby adopted may be (SEAL) i
The Board accepted the Panama in regular session September 5, amended in accordance with pro- e JarS
Office Supply Company's low bid 1967 at 8:00 A.M., CST. visions set out in City Charter for IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
if $2151.41 for supplying paper ATTEST: the amendments of Ordinances. COURT, GULF COUNTY,
nd office supplies for all schools ELDRIDGE MONEY, Chairman SECTION 6. MODIFICATIONS. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
for the school year 1967-68. R. MARION CRAIG, Supt. The Chief of the Fire Depart- In Re: Estate of ,
Copies of all the successful bids, meant shall have power to modify THOMAS A. OWENS,
and bids submitted by all parties, WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA any of the provisions of the code deceased.
-re on file in the superintendent's September 1, 1967 hereby adopted upon application NOTICE TO CREDITORSe
office Board in writing by the owner or lessee, All creditors of the estate of F
The Board accepted the resigna- The Gulf County Board of Pub- or his duly authorized agent, when Thomas A. Owens, deceased, are
ion of Charles Williams, a teacher lic Instruction met in special ses- there are practical difficulties in hereby notified and required to N
- the Washington High School, ef- sion on September 1, 1967. The the way of carrying out the strict file any claims or demands which a
Tective June 9, 1967. following Board Members were letter of the code, provided that they may have against said estate
The Board returned Mrs. Floye present and acting: Eldridge Mon- the spirit of the code shall be ob- in the office of the County Judge
toward and Mrs. Billy Jean Gull- ey, Chairman; J. K. Whitfield, served, public safety secured, and of Gulf County, Florida, in the r
ord to active teaching duty at Gene Raffield and B. J. Rich, Sr. substantial justice done. The par- Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor- c
ort St. Joe High School effective Board member William Roemer, ticulars of such modification when ida, within six (6) calendar months
-erust 14, 1967. They had beenton Sr., was absent, granted or allowed and the deci- from the date of the first publica- t
-ersonal leaves of absence for tnhe The meeting was opened with sion of the Chief of the Fire De- tion of this notice. Each claim or
966-67o school year. prayer by B. J. Rich,' Sr. apartment thereon shall be entered demand must be in writing and
The Board assigned the follow- The Superintendent was present upon the records of the depart- ymust stte the place or residence
ng teachers to the faculty of the and acting, meant and a signed copy shall be and postoffice address of the clai-
'r St. Joe sch h ool for the The Board met at this special furnished the applicant mant and must be sworn to by the ,
1967-68 school year: Mrs. Alice meeting to discuss the budget for SECTION 7. APPEALS. claimant, his agent, or his attr-
eachen, Mrs. Dena R. Dickson, Mr. the fiscal year 1967-68 with any Whenever the Chief of the Fire ny, or it will become void accord- I
Valter B. Trikosko, Mrs. Mary citizens who wanted detailed in- Department shall disapprove an ing to law. -----NS
McLoud Roberts, Miss Betty Jean formation concerning the budget, application or refuse to grant a Ys/ VIRGINIA T. OWE ,
atterson and Mr. Stephen C. There were no citizens present to permit applied for, or when it is Executrix of the Estate of
Hand. discuss the budget, claimed that the provisions of the Thomas A. Owens,
The Board rescinded all prior Board Member Rich made a mo- code do not apply, or that the true -deceased.
regulations which prohibited a tion to formally adopt the Operat- intent and meaning of the code CSILAS R. STONE 4t
principal's s wife from working in ing Budget. Board Meniber Raf- have been misconstrued or wrongly 321 Reid Avenue 9-28-
:he school at which he is principal, field seconded the motion. All vot- interpreted, the applicant may ap- Port St. Joe, Florida
This was done to help in securing ed yes. peal from the decision of the Chief Attorney for Executrix
teachers during the teacher short- Board Member Raffield made a of the Fire Department to the City First publication, September 28,
age. motion to formally adopt the Debt Commission of the City of Port St. 1967.
The Board appointed the follow- Service Budget. Board Member Joe, within thirty (30) days from r---7
"ng teachers to the faculty of the Rich seconded the motion. All vot- the date of the decision appealed. Q0 EAS AT THE EXry !I
-Pighland View Elementary School ed yes. Should the decision of the Chief AT "A'i)"
or the school year 1967-68: Mrs. Board Member Rich made a mo- of the Fire Department be upheld ___-__-_-- __
Vivian Ash, Mrs. Peggy Maddox tion to formally adopt the Capital and sustained by the City Commis- -
md Mrs. Virginia Blick. Improvement Budget. Board Mem- sion, the applicant may appeal 4 '
The Board directed Mr. Cecil G. ber Raffield seconded the motion, therefrom within thirty (30) days ..... ,, 1 .as


'ostin, Jr., the Board Attorney, to All voted yes. to a Court of competent jurisdic- I
contact the bonding company for Board Member Raffield made a tion. -
'he construction of the Port St. Joe motion that the entire budget be SECTION 8. PENALTIES. ;
Tigh School lunchroom and ini- formally adopted for the fiscal a. Any person who shall violate d
iate proceedings necessary for year 1967-68 and that the Superin- any of the provisions of the code x
having the discrepancies in the tendent be instructed to send two hereby adopted or fail to comply
'milding and its equipment correct- (2) copies of the Budget to the therewith, or who shall violate or
.d at the earliest possible time. State Superintendent of Education fail to comply with any order made
The Board authorized the pay- for approval. Rich seconded the thereunder, or who shall build in -
nent of $3,000.00 ot the Florida motion. All voted yes. violation of any detailed statement v \ '
7tate Board of Health for health There being no further business, of specifications or plans submit- WaE ,
services to be rendered by the Gulf the Board adjourned to meet again ted and approved thereunder, or wyP wN
County Health Department to the in regular session at 8:00 A.M., any certificate or permit issued U on
school system for the school year C.S.T., September 5, 1967. thereunder, and from which no ap- Wo-- .,,' I!
'967-68.. ATTEST: peal has been taken, or shall fail aWn& A S
The Board adopted the following ELDRIDGE MONEY, Chairman to comply with such an order as EEMWAY/
)olicy: "It is mandatory for all in- R. MARION CRAIG, Supt. affirmed or modified by the City "", """ ""


of HEW Letter;

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guests oi ine c1 u v w .er u..an.e.
Morris of Jacksonville and Key
Clubbers Jimmy Davis and Donald
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'Forehand
(Continued From Page 1)
Highland View and a thriving new
community came into existence.
Mr. Forehand has always believ-
he was known, was an ambitious
burning sincerity has caused him
to hit hard at any job he has un-
dertaken. This strenuous man be-
lieves in "doing the ordinary thing
in the extra-ordinary way."
He has lived through the most
significant period of our history
and has the knack of profiting by
his own experiences.
His marriage is a benediction
and the understanding warmth
and devotion of Mrs. Forehand,
who is ever co-operative with his
plans, has been most rewarding.
His son, who is a retired Univer-
sity Professor and lawyer, resides
n California and meets life's chal-
enges with the, engaging qualities
of his father.
Mr. Forehand is a member of
he Highland View Methodist
Church and active in all its promo-
ional activities. He is an Odd Fel-
ow and is a charter member of
both Samaritan and Melody Rebek-
h, Lodges. He is a Mason and Eas-
ern Star and deeply interested in
the welfare of his community.
He has found life satisfying, has
)enetrating views of public affairs,
and his zest for living in this fast
paced, exciting age, has made him
seem to grow younger.
His many friends are wishing
that he may have several more
successful years of life.


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323 REID AVENUE PHONE 229-3611


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FOR SALE $2,000.00 FOR RENT: 1 bedroom mobile FOR SALE: Heater, oil, 5500 BTU
Large frame building to be mov. home by week or month. Also 3 with thermostat and air circu-
ed from lot. 16 bedrooms, 2 baths, bedroom furnished house on First lating fan, $15.00. Heater, watW
living room, dining room, kitchen, Street at Highland View. $40.00 electric, 55 gal., $10.00. Both for
pantry,z washroom plus porches. per month. Call 229-5671. $20.00. Call 229-2597.' Itt
Located at Kenny's Mill. Can be
moved in sections. FOR RENT: Business location. 15'x
2t CALL 227-5181 8-24 15' in new, modern, air condi-
tione1 1u-1aing. 1-an UIein 'ri --- :- I fA : r aren Ts to-attend i-4g-j


FOR SALE: Two bedroom block
house, 1322 McClellan Ave. Ad-
jacent lot available. Call 227-3596.
tfc-6-8
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home, lo-
cated on corner lot in nice
neighborhood. Two carports with
utility rooms. Phone 227-8021. tfc
FOR SALE: 5-room house, furnish-
ed. Very reasonable. For infor-
nation call 227-5696. tfc-9-21
FOR SALE: Lovely 3 bedroom
home on St. Joe Beach. For more
information call 229-5671 after 1:00
).m. tfc-9-21
FOR SALE: 40 acres at Overstreet.
Road on three sides, level, heav-
ly timbered. $300 per acre. R. L.
Fortner, Mexico Beach, 648-3241. tc
HOUSE FOR SALE: New, large, 3
bedrooms (panneled) with car-
port to be moved. Finished except
kitchen. $4900.00. Phone 639-2776,
Wewahitchka. 2tp-9-21
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom block house
with large den on 9th St. Also 3
bedroom brick veneer control heat
nd air conditioning on Monument
Avenue. Four bedroom brick ve-
neer, with central heat and air
conditioning with wall to wall car-
)eting, on Juniper Avenue. Call
3ob Holland, 229-5911 or 227-2434.
FOR RENT: Furnished, waterfront
cottages at St. Joe Beach. By
week or month. Call 227-3491 or
227-8496. tfc-6-29
FOR RENT: House on Hiway 98 at
St. Joe Beach. Formerly Clifton
Robbins home. Ph 648-4429 after
FOR RENT: Beautiful 3 bedroom
house with oak floors on St. Joe
Beach. Unfurnished. Reasonable
year 'round rent. Call 229-5671 af-
ter 1:00 p.m. tfc-9-21
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom cottage at
Beach. Apply at Smith's Phar-
macy.
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8


FOR RENT: Unfurnished small 2
bedroom house. Fenced back
yard. Call 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
upstairs apartment. 522% Third
St. Phone 227-8642. tfc-9-28


tioned Dbuilding. Call Helene Ferrins
Phone 227-7616. tfc-1-12
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
FOR SALE: Selmer Signet B-flat
clarinet, perfect condition, $90.00
cash. Band shoes, 7B, $5.00. La-
dies bicycle, $15.00. Phone 227-
8251 after 4 p.m. tfc-9-14
FOR SALE: 1963 Harley Davidson
Sprint, 250 cc. Good condition.
Phone 227-3621. tfc-8-24
REDUCE .safe, simple and fast
with GoBese tablets. Only 98c.
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE. 10-31
FOR SALE: 1962 Volkswagen in
excellent condition. Have to see
to appreciate. For more informa-
tion call 229-2676. tfc-9-21
FOR SALE: Selmar Bundy B-flat
clarinet. Good as new. See Her-
mon Stripling at St. Joe Hdwe. 4t
,OR SALE: Trailer and lot at Sim-
mons Bayou, $2,300.00. Contact
Mr. or Mrs. L. P. Ray, Oak Grove.
6tp-8-31
FOR SALE: Used Spinet pianos.
Take up payments. Rent a new
piano for only $2.50 per week. All
money paid will be applied to pur-
chase. Write or Call G & H Piano,
811 Harrison Ave., Panama City.
Phone 763-6753. tfc-6-1
FOR SALE: At St. Joe Beach.
Knox trailer 10x50. Bath and
half, 10x40 block patio, deep well
on beautiful corner lot on Pinado
Avenue between Florida and Geor-
gia Sts. Can be seen any time. Ce-
cil G. Houston. 3tp-9-14


FOR
AMBULANCE SERVICE
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
CALL -
Comforter Funeral Home
227.3511


WANITEDU: Parents to attend High
School PTA meeting tonight at
8:00 p.m. in High School Auditor-
ium.


FOR HOME REPAIRS, additions or
cabinet work, call 229-2306, J.
B. O'Brian. 4tp-9-21
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A-
Diet Tablets. ONLY 98c at Camp-
bell Drug. 10tp-9-21
ARTHRITIS, rheumatism sufferers,
try Alpha Tablets. Relief lasts
for hours. Only $2.49. Campbell
Drug. 8tp-9-21
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
7972. tfc-8-24
MAN WANTED: Between ages of
16 and 35. To work stock. Apply
in person at Rich's IGA.
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair.
ed, reblueing, reloading supplies.
Guns bought, sold and traded. CG
Jack L. Myers, 648-3961, St. Joe
Beach. tfc-9-14
GUNS REPAIRED
REFINISHED RESTOCKED
RELOADING SUPPLIES t
Junk guns bought for parts.
Call or see
L. C. "Red" CARTER
Ph. 648-4045 St. Joe Beach
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
oi 229-3097.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
HOWARD BLICK, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 1ll, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


H.
T.


L. BURGE, Secretary
J. ADKINS, W.M.


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