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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1968
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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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FOURTEEN PAGES

In This Week's Issue


THE


STAR


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


THIRTY-FIRST YEAR -


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456


THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968


Corps~~ ofEgnesWl e


Corps of Engineers Will Let



Bids on Canal Work May 10


State officers attending the District 11 Presi- Mrs. jRalph Nance, Director of District II, who
-dent's Conference held at the First Methodist presided over the meeting and Mrs. Maurice Dil-
Church here were Mrs. W. T. Chennell, Corres. lingham, First Vice President.
ponding Secretary; Mrs. Carroll;Griffin, President; -Star phot


District l Club Officers Meet Here


'The annual President's Con- clubs in eight counties of North-
f erence, District H, Florida Fed-:. west Florida, and four state of-
e 1 ficers attended the meeting. ,
eration, of Garden Clubs, Inc., The visiting stateofficers pre-
was held here in Port St. Joe, sented ideas and methods for
Tuesday of this Week. projects and programs using the
.' Approximately 66 Gard dien theme, "The Challenge of Iea-
Club members, representing 14 'dership" as the meeting began


at the First Methodist Church.
Reports on club projects were
given by the presidents of the
clubs represented in District IH.
The meeting recessed for
lunch at the St. James Parish
House.


42 Candidates Listed On


Democratic Primary Ballotr

Forty-two candidates and one in Gulf County for the first time struction, District 4: Herman R.
Constitutional Amendment will their year but will be placed in only Ard, 40D; Waylon Graham, 41D;
make up the Democratic Primary the larger precincts. Precincts Otis;Stallworth,'42D.
ballot to be voted-on by Gulf Coun- three, four, five, ,six and seven The Constitutional Amendment
ty voters in Tuesday's election. will.still use paper ballots as in will decide whether or not to
Polls will open at 7:00 A.M. and the past. Precincts one, two, eight, change the State Constitution to
close at 7:00 P.M. throughout the rine, ten and eleven will use the allow-each county to appoint the
county. mc hio nlew machines. Superintendent of Public Instruc-
county. tion rather than elect the office.
Voting machines are being used. Here's how the candidates 'wil The Ameldment gives each coun-
like up on the machine, in order, ty the right to do this only after
and with the lever number follow- county-wide approval through -a
"'nir gthe'namenofeeach.candidate. I
tin Changesg the nameof each candidate referendum. The law may be re-
M d u Th United States Senator: LeRoy pealed locally after it has been
M ade In Three Collins, 1D; Earl Faircloth, 2D; in effect for three years.,
Sam Foor, 3D; Richard Lafferty, Port St. Joe voters will vote in

AreA Precincts 4). the following locations:
re Justice, Supreme Court, Group Precinct eight, Fire Station.
Voters in Gu County who 1: Joe Boyd, 5D; Richard H. Coop- Precinct nine, Stac House. ,
r i: G lf t It er, 6D; Sam Smith, 7D. Precinct ten, Scout Hut.


normally cast thei rao,, -.
Kenney's Mill precinct and High-
land View precinct are due a
change in their voting habits
during Tuesday's election.
The old Kenney's Mill precinct
has been abolished by the Coun-
ty Commission and changes
made in other voting areas from
the Gulf County Canal North to
the Gulf County line at Beacon'
Hill.
All voters residing in the area'
between Fifth Street in Port St.
Joe and the Gulf County Canal
will vote in precinct eight at the
Fire Station in Port St. Joe.
Those residing from the Gulf
County Canal to the Dixie Belle
Motel will vote in precinct 5 in
Highland View, as usual.
But those residing in the
Beaches area, who'formerly vot-
ed at precinct five in Highland
View, now have their own pre-
cinct, number seven. People
who live between the Dixie Belle
Motel and the County line and
one mile up the Overstreet road
will cast their,.ballots at St. Joe
Beach near the First Baptist
Mission building.


Sportsmen Meet At
Legion Hall Saturday

The Gulf County Sportsman's
Club will hold their regular month-
ly meeting Saturday, May 4 at the
American Legion Hall at 7:30 p.m.
The Sportsman's Club released
Sten deer last month in the Edward
Ball Game Management Are a
which' they purchased from Carl
Bradwell. in Liberty County. ,


Justice, Supreme Court, Group
2: James C. Adkins, Jr., 8D; Woo-
die A. Liles, 9D.
Justice, Supreme Court, Group
3; Vassar D. Carlton, 10D; Hal P.
Dekle, 11D.
Commissioner, Florida Public
Service Commission: Harvey H.
Baker, 12D; Robert C. Brand, 13D;
Jess Yarborough, 14D.
State Senator, Sixth Senatorial
District: W. E. Bishop, 15D; La-
mar Hancock, 16D; Cecil A. Ken-
nedy '17D.,
Member, House of Representa-
tives, Eighth District: Evelyn D.
Coxe, 18D; John Robert Middle-
mas, 19Da
Member, House of Representa-
tives, Ninth District: Joe Chapman,
20D; Ben C. Williams, 21D.
County Judge: Sam P. Husband,
22D; Thomas H. McDaniel, 23D.
County Prosecuting Attorney:
Cecil G. Costin, 24D; Silas R. Stone,
25D.,
Supervisor of Registration: Mar-
garet H. Nichols, 26D; Dessie Lee
Parker, 27D; Dollie V. Weeks, 28D.,
County Commission, District 1:
F. R. (Rudy) Pippin, Jr., 29D; A. J.
Strickland, 30D; T. D. "Doc" Whit-
field, 31D.
County Commission, District 3:
James C. Horton, 32D; S. C. Play-
er, 33D; Ted L. Whitfield, 34D.
County Commission, District 5:
Jesse Anderson, 35D; Robert L.
Holland, 36D; Leo Kennedy, 37D.
Member, Board of Public In-
struction, District 3:, Edward "Smit-
ty" Smith, 38D; B. J. Rich, Sr.,
39D.
Member, Board qf Public In-


Thic Cntwljranv,


Precinct el eve n, Centennial I lsl w" avu I m J
Building.
Bi g The last of the series of political
rallies, i sponsored by the Gulf
County 'Democratic Executive Com-
W ie i mittee will be held, Saturday1 af-:
Wi Re C It hr h ing ternoon here in Port St. Joe.
Plans Revival Meeing TheRally will get underway at
... 4:00 P.M. at the corner of Fifth
The First Baptist .Church of Street and Reid Avenue, with all
White City announces that revival candidates. for office invited to
services will ,begin in that church speak.
on Monday,' May 6 and continue Prior to and during the rally
through Sunday, May 12. speaking, the Port St. Joe Jaycees
Bringing the special evangelistic will sell fish dinners and suppers,
messages during the six day meet- to raise funds for the Hartley trip-
ing will be Rev. Bobby Richardson lets born here in Port St. Joe two
of Dothan, Alabama. The song ser- months ago.
vices will be led by Dewitt Dalton The Jaycees will begin serving
of Port St. Joe. I fried fish dinners at 12:00 Noon
Services will be held each night and will serve until 2:00 p.m.
at 7:30 p.m. and at the regular Again at 4:00 p.m. the Jaycees
Sunday service hours. will begin serving fish dinners and
Rev. J. D. Jamison, pastor of the will serve as long i as anybody
White City church extends a cor- comes to buy.
dial invitation to everyone to at- The dinners will be $1.00 per
tend these special services, plate.


According' to word received from the office of
George Y. Core, Clerk for the Board of' County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, the long sought after widening
and deepening 'of the Gulf County Canal will soon become
a reality. Word from the U. S. Corps of Engineers is that
the bids will bO let for this projecton May 10, 1968.
The plans for #tis project call
for widening the canal from 100 The Gulf Intracoastal Water,
'feet to 125 fdet 'and to deepen way provides a protected coastal
the canal from i ne feet to 12 route for barge tows and other
shallow-draft traffic from Apala-
chee Bay to the Mexican border,
The Gulf Cournty Commission, and affords interconnections be-
along with the g rt Authority tween all principal waterways
and local industry, have work- which empty into the Gulf of
ed on this project for several Mexico. It is one of the busiest
years' and on February. 8, 1968, and commercially most valuable
were able to get -a commitment waterways in the Nation, partic-
from the landowners along the ularly in its western reaches.
canal to exchange approximately
500 feet on the North bank of Only whenthis important pro-
the present canal in exchange 3ject has been completed will the
the present canal in exchange other waterway projects, within
for 250 feet on the South bank the waterway projects, within
of the canal which was owned by' the County become top priority
the United States Government. items, since this project is the
The Counited Stas roceeding with first step in the overall naviga-
The County is Proceeding with tonal plan.
its part of the .project, erecting tional plan.
certain dikes as-rapidly as pos-
sible, in order that the success-
ful bidder may commence with Highland View School
the necessary work. The import-
ance of the project from a navi- TO Register Students
national standpoint, according to
Core, is recognized by the high The Highland View Elementar
priority which has been, given School has set May 10 as regi
to the project by the County tration day for first 'grade student
Commissioners. who will be six years old on or b.
The Board; is filly advised as .fore January 1, 1969.
to the great benefits to naviga- While the children are at schoc
tion and business in general that a planned program of events h
will result in the completion of been scheduled. This program wi
this important project. last approximately, one hour.
Thie Gulf oty Ctanal con- Parents are requested to be a
nects the Gulf Intracoastal Wat- the school by 9:00 a.m. with their
erway near White City, where it child. Each parent must bring thei
parallels the cost about six child's birth certificate or proof c
miles inland, with:St. Joseph Bay birth.
to provide-access to the' water
way for Port St. Joe.
Congress approved enlarge- of
ment of the Canal in trle River
and Harbor Act -of 1966 and pro-
vided funds for the work in the
Public Works Approriation Act
of 1968.
The present Canal, which was H
originally constructed by Gulf y
County, and later made a part of "
the Federal Gulf Intracoastal -
Waterway project, is 100 feet
wide and nine feet deep.
Enlargement will make the
Canal conform to measurements
of other' Federal waterways.


1 lDuu Cih Fru I


10 County Council Wins


Approval of Program


The Northwest Florida Develop-
ment Council received its official
designation as an Economic Devel-
opment District at a special Coun-
cil meeting held in Marianna on
Monday, April -15.
The iTen-County Council won ap-
proval of its initial Overall Econ-
omic Development Program (OE-
DP) and received the certificate
from Dr. William J. Nagle, Direc-


problems in this area, and to con-
sult with professionals on ways to
solve these problems.
Nagle said it is essential that
Council members remain actively
involved, and that they in turn in
volve members or spokesmen:
from these segments of society
most needing development-the
poor, the uneducated, the unem-
ployed.


tor of the Office of Development "They, too, must share your jus-
Districts of EDA in Washington, tified pride in making this first
D. C. Council President DeVane step," he said. "They must share
Williams of Bonifay accepted the your satisfaction in progress, and
certificate on behalf of the Cbun-. they must have an active role in


'Gulf County delegates are
James G. McDaniel, Wewahitch-
ka, Chairman of the Board of
G ul f County Commissioners;
Walter C. Robinson and Walter
C. Dodson, both of Port St. Joe.
The ten member counties were
well represented as well as state
and federal agencies and area
industries interested in growth
and development in the ten-
county area.
Presenting the certificate, and
congratulating the Council on its
work, Nagle said the OEDP was a
necessary first step of prepara-
tion, but that now the real' work
and real opportunity of the Coun-
cil 'lay ahead. He urged Council
members now to develop their own
"OEDP", their own approach to


Mrs. Ann Barts Retires


Mrs. Ann Barts of Apalachicola retired from the St. Joe Paper t
Company, Container Division, Tuesday of this week after being em-
ployed in the Division accounting office since September of 1952.
Mrs. Barts co-workers gave her a farewell party at the end of her
last day on the job and presented her with several gifts. The St.
Joe Paper Company, presented Mrs. Barts with a watch. The pre-
sentation was made by Lou Houston, Container Division manager.
-Star photo


Chamber Members Meet Monday


The first monthly meeting of
the membership of the Port St.
Joe-Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce will be held Monday,
May 6 at 9:00 A.M., at the Stac'
House located on Eighth Street.
Robert Holland, owner of St.
Joe Materials Company, who will,
host the meeting stated that the
speaker will be Gordon Butler of
Jacksonville, who is the Execu-
tive Secretary of the Florida


League of Municipalities. Butler
will' speak on the problems fac-
ing cities in Florida and the ap-
proach taken by the various ci-
ties. Butler is well-known thru-
out the state for the part he has
played in the League's behalf
during the several sessions of
the Legislature. All bills that are
presented to the Legislature are
viewed with interest by the
League's Secretary to find how
the bills will affect the cities'


position, and the cities are noti-
fied of the bills and how it af-
fects them. The various munici-
palities then know what action
to take to protect their interests.
Coffee and doughnuts will be
served to members attending by
the host company.
Holland said that he expects a
large turn-out for the first meet-
ing that will be held and the
members as well as interested
people are invited to attend.


The monthly meetings were
approved by the directors of the
chamber at the April meeting to
bring the general membership in
closer contact with their Cham-
ber. The directors meet the first
Monday of each month and with
the general meeting being held
the same day, members will have
an opportunity to discuss their
thoughts with the directors prior
to business meetings.


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improving their lot."
Nagle said the multi-county con-
cept is experiencing growing ac-
ceptance throughout the nation,
and those development districts
which have been able to set aside
political boundaries for overall de-'
velopment work have the most
successful.
Key elements in the success of
the Council's efforts will be local
initiative and effective planning, he
said, and urged a comprehensive
view of development to include
planning for new jobs and improv-
ing all the people in finding solu-
tions.
Also speaking at Monday's meet-
ing were Charles Fortson, Pro.
grams Officer for EDA in Was'l
ington and Boyd Rose, 'Chief a
the Planning Division in the re-
gional office of EDA in Huntsville,
Alabama. Forace Holland, EDA
Field Coordinator from Tallahas-
see, also expressed his continuing
interest in the work of the Coun-
cil, and his eagerness to help in
accomplishing specific projects.


Students Entering First
Grade Should Sign Up

The Port St. Joe Elementary
School has set May 9 and 10 as
registration day for those children
Swho will be .six years old on or be-
fore December 31, 1968. This pre-
school registration will be from
9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. -each day.
It'is necessary for the child to
be present for this registration.
They will be tested at this time.
Parents are requested to bring the
child's birth certificate.
Parents are asked to use the
North door of the 'Primary Build-
ing.


Comforter Named to
District VFW Post

The VFW meeting of the Second
District of the State of Florida
was held in Wakulla High School
Sunday, April 28, beginning at
11:00 a.m.
-This was the second district
meeting held this year. The first
was held in Port St. Joe February
28.
Among the officers elected at
Sunday's meeting were: Comman-
der, James Taylor, Wakulla; Sr.
Vice Commander, Bill Perdue, Mar-
ianna; Jr. Vice Commander, W. P.
Comforter, Port St. Joe.
The District has over 500 mem-
bers. The third meeting for the
year will be held at Monticello on
July 28.


Brush Fire Threatens
Home in Ward Ridge

A brush fire late Tuesday after-
noon broke out in a swampy ,area
near Ward Ridge, threatening a
dwelling house, according to Fire
Chief Ellzey.
A workman was burning brush
on the site of the new Port St. Joe
High School when wind whipped
sparks into nearby woods, setting
them ablaze.







THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968


EDITORIALS ...




Vote for Cecil A. Kennedy


We would like to take this last minute to remind you
of one we think will make Gulf County an effective Sena-
tor in the Florida Legislature for the next four years-
not only for District Six as &i.whole, but Gulf County as a
county. We are speaking of Cecil A. Kennedy of Jasper,
who was endorsed for this position by this newspaper last
week,
We point again to the evident qualifications of this
man Cecil A. Kennedy for Senator of the Sixth District.
Foremost, his campaign slogan is not just a "campaign
slogan" He is "your kind of man". Like many peo-
ple who have become successful through hard work, he
knows the value of a dollar. He knows when a dollar is
being wasted and he is uneasy until that waste is stopped.
Like most of the people in the Port St. Joe and Gulf County
area\ he grew up with the daily farm chores staring him
in the face. In this manner, he learned how to work.
Mr. Kennedy has proven that he has the business sav-
vy that the State of Florida needs to overhaul its morass
of financing and income. Everyone agrees that there is
a need for an overhaul to the tax system. Everyone
agrees that more could be done in our state, without the


Etaoin

Shrdlu
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
/


Horatio has decided,to make his stand, at the bridge and stand
off the Republican (dragons) with one hand while he. fights off
those knaves Bobby Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy.
But Hubert Horatio Humphrey had better keep an eagle eye
out, for George Wallace has donned his scuba diving outfit and
is making an underwater approach to cut Hubert, Bobby, Eugene,
Richard and Rocky down to his size. ,
By the time these" three groups .meet in November, the tussle
should be a battle royal-with no holds barred.
*
But if national politics\are being more interesting as they
grow warmer, our local politics are almost the opposite. If it
wasn't the month of May in an "even" year, one would hardly
know there was an election in the making.
Thus far we haven't even had our favorite television shows
pre-empted by paid political advertisements. But, we serve notice
here and now, the candidate who pre-empts Daniel Boone on Thurs-
day night does not, get our vote.
,' *, .
The students at Columbia University--or' at least about 10
. percent of them, have caused classes to be curtailed. 'That's a pity
that school officials can be so pushed about by a rag-tag few which
deprives thousands of continuing their education.
When we remember the small infractions that would get a
student expelled from school in our school going days, we have-to
shake our head in disbelief.-
The proper thing to do would be to expell the troublemakers
and send them home. But, then, we don't do things the easy and
,proper way anymore.
*
We received the official word Tuesday morning, from Mar-
-vin Land, that the martins are'in town. He said the birds were
'swarming around his station. Probably wanting some Chevron to
get -back to "Chevron Island" what with the cool spell that greet-
,ed them Tuesday morning.
For years we have heard the theory that the martins ate
mosquitoes, and a sure way to keep these pesky insects controlled
-was to erect a martin house in your yard. But a few weeks back:
an expert on insects spoke to the Kiwanis Club and shattered
this-theory. As so many theories are shattered, he burst it wide
open with simple logic. The logic was that mosquitoes fly mostly
-'at night and the martins.feed in the day time .. thus the two
-ordinarily miss each other. Martins would undoubtedly love
-mosquitoes, if they would just be kind enough to fly while the
birds are dining. :
Next Tuesday is the day for going to the polls to cast your
ballot. We know it has been a so-so campaign, but the importance
of the offices to be decided are ever with us. In this day of in-
creased and increasing taxes; of increased spending; of increased,
valuation on real property;, it becomes more important than ever
that we all cast our ballot and cast it for the man we 'think will
do the most to properly operate these large government businesses
we support every tax paying time.
Don't be complacent. Cast your vote Tuesday. Then if things
don't work out like you wish, you can grumble to your heart's
content.


THE STAR-
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WEzLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmen, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 808 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLORDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Jol,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
OUT OF COUNTY Ote Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00

TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or ommissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisemenLt.

The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoke word is lost; the printed word remains.


shocking pain in our pocketbook now necessary to pay
the bills. But, we submit, it will take knowledgeable bus-
inessmen to pull off this miracle not politicians.
Mr. Kennedy's success with agriculture. is attested to
by his successful farming operation in his native Jasper.
Agriculture is a vital part of our economy. The candidate
has one of the first peach orchards planted in this state
on an experimental basis and now producing. Another
vital money crop has been added to our 'economy because
of the foresight of men like Kennedy. This is the type
of "qualification" we mean. A man who is able to recog-
nize opportunity and turn it into success. "
We are concerned here in Port St. Joe with industry.
We know we need more, large and small. Sprinkled
about Jasper and neighboring communities are several
industries which Kennedy wooed to the area without
the help of organized groups. We, particularly, need
a man with industrial contacts; proven contacts.
Cecil Kennedy may not have been in the Legislature
before. He may not now be a public servant in any capa-
city. His background is admittedly limited to success-
ful operation of his businesses and farmlands. But we
submit, that the drive that was necessary to build what
he has built will be invaluable to the Sixth Senatorial Dis-
trict in our surge ahead.


Social Security Must Be Withheld

From Wages of Household Workers

Many household workers in this information on how to report the


area are losing valuable Social Se-
curity protection for themselves
and their families because their
earnings are not being reported,
according to Ted Gamble, District
Manager of the Panama City So-
cial Security office.
Gamble emphasized that the law
is very specific on this matter. The
earnings of .a person Working in
or around a private home must be
reported' to Internal Revenue if
they amount to at least $50 cash
in a calendar quarter. As little as
$4 a week will amount to more
than $50 a quarter.
This is not a matter of .choice
for either the worker or the em-
ployer. The employer is required
to withhold 4.4% from the house-
hold worker's wages and to' match
this with an equal amount. Failure,
to report the Social Security.taxes'
makes the employer liable for the
entire amount plus penalty and in-
terest. "
A household worker should
make sure 'that his employer has
his Social Security number and is
reporting the earnings properly.
Social /Security account number
cards as well as duplicates can be
obtained at the Social Security of-
fice. Also, forms to check accounts
to see if earnings have been cor-
rectly reported can be obtained
there.
Household employers can obtain


If you can't stop,..
be ready to start
paying.
So, atop first at the brake servTic
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign. of Good ServAce and De-
pendable Parts. You can be sure
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA Seal be-
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed de-
pendability available only
through the service-repair he1W
that show the NAPA Sign.

Check todeh
and save a
big check
S tomorrow,


ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.


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RE-ELECT






SILAS R.






mickey' STONE






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PROSECUTING


ATTORNEY





VAI ID vrITI rACr M1frlMI'n r M KiAAV


earnings and how to -get the report I VUI\ V I VI VmII ..LIu L Vn IVIM I
forms from the Social Security of-
fice.EATLY APPRECIATED
The office for this area is locat- I7 WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
ed at 1135 Harrison Avenue, Pan-
ama City, Florida 32401. The tele-
phone number is 763-5331. The of-
fice is open Monday through Fri-
day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
except on national holidays.






Elect A STRONG NEW


VOICE for i



GULF COUNTY






CITIZENS OF GULF COUNTY:

,I want to take this opportunity to ask each of you for your support in this campaign. I
want your friendship and your help, and in turn I want to be an effective voice for Gulf County
in the Florida legislature.

The position of state representative is an important one. The laws passed by the legisla-
ture affect you in almost everything you do ani your representative is your personal spokesman
in regard to these laws.

I 'am. a native of Bay County. My father operates a filling station in Panama City and
my mother is Bay County supervisor of elections. I am married, have two children, and prac-
tice law in Panama City with the law firni of Davenport, Johnston, Harris and Urquhart.
I am in this race for one reason and one reason only, and that is because I believe that
there are things that can and should be done that aren't being done and that people should be
informed as to what is going on in government. I believe new jobs can be created and prosperity
brought to our area. I believe that we can do better in many ways.

If you agree with me, then join with me and vote, nor for the same old way, but for a
strong new voice, a voice that will be heard .and respected, a voice that will fight for increased
homestead exemption, for our senior citizens, for organized labor, for our fishermen, yes truly
for all our people.

Through education and experience I have prepared myself to be that voice. Your vote
and support will be greatly appreciated.



Elect JOE CHAPMAN




or Transporation to Polls AN EFFECTIVE VOICE FOR GULF COUNTY
Dial 229-6150 IN THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE


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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968 PAOE THRE[


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Tuesday, May 7
Chicken arid noodles, green bit-
ter beans, carrot sticks, apple
crisp, orange juice and hot bis-
cuits.
Wednesday, May 8
Baked beans, vienna sausage,
mustard greens, spiced beets, fruit
Jell-o and corn bread.
Thursday, May .9
Hamburgers, buttered corn, sli-
ced tomatoes, onions and pickles,
strawberry cake and bread.
Friday, May 10
Sliced ham, buttered potatoes,
white acre peas, carrot sticks, pea-
nut butter and graham crackers,
orange juice and bread.

PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY
Monday, May 6
Beef and gravy, buttered rice,
white acre peas, celery sticks,
orange juice, hot biscuit, butter,
syrup and milk.
Tuesday, May 7
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
carrot and raisin salad, grapefruit
sections and cherries, butter and


The annual Key Club conven-
tion was held in Hollywood Beach
last week. Several members of the
Port St. Joe High School Key Club
attended. Paul Fensom and Tom
Knox went with them.
*
Freedom of choice forms were
due in school offices before May
1. Report. cards with grades from
the fifth six weeks period went
out Tuesday afternoon. Students

milk.
Wednesday, May 8
Ham and potatoes, cheese wed-
ges, turnip greens, corn bread,
pear salad, white bread, butter
and milk.
Thursday, May 9
Cheeseburgers, buttered corn,
cabbage slaw, oatmeal cookies, but-
ter and milk.
Friday, May 10
Fish sticks, buttered grits, Eng-
lish peas, tossed salad, ice cream,
corn bread, butter and milk.


received registration g u i d es
Tuesday to sign up for the clas-
ses they wish to take next year.
*
Tryouts for next year's cheer-
leaders were held during activity
period Wednesday.
*
The Junior High Band played
at Highland View Elementary
School last Wednesday and will
go to Port St. Joe Elementary
School Friday in an effort to in-
terest new members who will be
coming to Port St. Joe High next
year.

Members of the Humanities class
will be excused from class Thurs-
day and Friday. Mrs. Harrison is
taking them on a four day trip to
Sarasota. There will also be a
Student Council convention in
Gainesville.

Port St. Joe needs an Airport


RE-ELECT -



JAMES C. HORTON

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NUMBER 3

Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated


Supervisor of Elections'

Your Vote and Support Will
Be Appreciated


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida







THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968


PAGE FOUR HME STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


teacher now living in Chipley.
One of the outstanding entries
came from Mrs. George W. Horne
of Chipley who is employed by the
State Department of Public Wel-
fare. Mrs. Horne's interests are
many and varied, she is Horticul-
ture chairman of both the Chipley
'Garden Club and District Two Fed-
eration of Garden Clubs and is
Sub-district chairman of the Me-
thodist Youth Fellowship. The fol-


lowing is Mrs. Horne's essay, "How for flower shows, programs and
Northwest Regional Library has workshops."
helped me." The local library has loaned me
"I have found the services of the film projector to show films
the Northwest Regional Library at several MYF meetings where
immeasurable in Garden Club about 100 youths were present."
work and Methodist Youth Fellow- "The workers at the library and
ship." bookmobile are courteous and
"Books on Flower Arranging, helpful and if I need a specific
House Plants, Plant Propagation book they obtain it for me."
and Pruning are a few of the books "The knowledge gained has
borrowed and used in planning been most rewarding."


Mrs. Eugene Griffin Feted With A
Stork Shower Last Thursday Evening


Engagement Announced
S Mr. and Mrs. T., L.- Clemens announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their daughter, Kaye Frances Clemens
to Ronald Wayne Parrish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy C. Parrish, all
of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Port St. Joe High School and
presently is employed by the St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
SCompany of Port St. Jog:
The groom-to-be, is employed by the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad Company of Port St. Joe.
A June wedding is planned.


Engagement Announced
Mrs. William Franklin Britt announces the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of her daughter, Barbara Elizabeth to Floyd Clay
Lister, son of Mrs. Floyd C. Lister, all of Wewahitchka.
The bride-elect is also the daughter of the late Mr. Britt. The
groom-to-be is the son of the late Mr. Lister.
Miss Britt is presently attending Wewahitchka High. School,
and will continue her studies at the Adult Vocational School in,
Panama City, before entering Gulf Coast Junior College.
Mr. Lister was graduated from Wewahitchka, High School. He
has attended the University of Alaska and Florida State University.
He is presently engaged in his late father's business.
The wedding will be an event of June 9 in the First Methodist
Church of Wewahitchka.

Mapes Myers Wedding

Miss Carol A. Mapes, daughter After a trip to Mexico, the cou-
'of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mapes, ple now reside at 5901 W. Thorn
Tampico, Mexico and formerly of as Drive in Panama City. They
Port St. Joe was united in mar- will soon be moving to Columbus,
riage Friday, April 5 to Ronald C. Georgia.
Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Myers of Panama City. A vote for Margaret H. Nichols
Both the bride and groom are for Supervisor of Elections is a
students at Gulf Coast Junior Col. vote for efficiency, integrity and
lege. I quality service. adv.


Mrs. Eugene Griffin was re-
cently entertained with a baby
shower given by' .Mrs. Bobby
Pate, Mrs. rank Fletcher, Mrs.
Tommy Cotter, Mrs. James Ken-
nedy and Mrs. Johnny Walker,
Jr., i4 the home of Mrs. Pate.
Mrs. Griffin was presented a cor-
sage of two white ;carnations
with pink and blue ribbons.
,The refreshment table was


' covered with a white lace table-
cloth. Punch was served from a
crystal bowl, which was encirc-
led with dainty fern mixed with
red roses. Cakes, decorated with
pink and blue icing, were served
along with nuts and mints.
During the evening, Mrs.
Griffin, received many lovely
gifts.


Church to Observe
15th Anniversary,


During National Library Week
the Northwest' Regional Library
System sponsored an essay contest
in the five counties,. Bay, Calhoun,
Gulf, Walton and Washington,
which it serves. Children as well


The Long Avenu e Baptist as adults were invited to enter.
Church announces the. observance Entries came from retirement
f the fifteenth anniversary of the homes, prison road camps, house-
church for this Sunday, May 5. wives, students and .the employed.
The local church was organized The subject of the essay was, "How
in May of 1953 with 44 charter Northwest Regional Library has
members. Twenty-three of the ori- helped me."
ginal members are still resident Prizes of suitable books go to
members of the church. Special each of the winners. Bay County
recognition will be given to these winner is Katherine Gutting, an
during the morning worship ser- eleven year old from Panama City.
vice. Calhoun County winner is Karen
The anniversary dinner will be Nichols, a thirteen year' old from
served at the church following the Blountstown. Gulf County winner
morning service. Families attend- is Mrs. Janet Hendrix, a housewife
ing will bring the food. The church 'from Wewahitchka. Washington
extends a cordial invitation to all county winners are, first, Mrs.
friends of the church to attend the' George W. Horne, a working
anniversary services on Sunday' housewife from Chiple and sec-
and remain for the dinner. ond, Mrs. Anna Segnitz, a retired


Toiinato'pY-i'n'ovffni t"a~n risen Eo eidplep


-'4daa- -1 -0'T.rTOES ARE LARE'CONTRI-
S-T.:.O OF VITAMINS A 4C
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NOWOArONG THETO 3 RE1" rS. CONSIDERABLE IN-
VEGETABlCIS IN ABUIIAlI J *- !' -( j F TOMATOCOSUM-
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OF 50 STATr!.; c* o W f. I .... N'172 A%,"A COVING TOD ,
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ABLE 'QA. "ROUND. IN EVER' I
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AS V ELL AS INDOORS.
United Fresh Frui and Vegeta! e Ascahtion.'



'RE-ELECT -


JAMES C. HORTON

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NUMBER 3

Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated


Inventory Reduction Sale


COUGAR HARD TOP
Sport Console Select Shift


MUSTANG FAST BACK
289 Engine Sport Deck


Window PriceWindow Price
$330 SALESALE PRICEPRICE $3338.
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GALAXIES 500 FORDOR
Loaded Air Conditioned
Window Price 495
$4120.
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FORD CUSTOM FORDOR
Automatic Transmission
Window Price 2666
-$3066.
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WE'RE LOADED WITH NEW FORDS, MUSTANGS, FALCONS & MERCURY
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St. Joe Motor Company


PHONE 227-3737


Winners Named In Essay Contest

Sponsored By Regional Library


VOTE FOR AND ELECT


CECIL G.





COST IN Jr.


COUNTY PROSECUTING

ATTORNEY'





Your Vote and Support Will Be

Sincerely Appreciated





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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968 PAGE ITVLb


Methodist Women Meet To Plan


WSCS Programs For Coming Year


T. Moseley, Mrs. H. W. Griffin. Mrs. G. C. Adkins, Mrs. A. L. Har- H. Howell, Jr., Mrs. Williston Cha-
graves, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, Sr., son, Mrs. 0. M. Sell, Mrs. J. L.
Cassie Graves Circle Mrs. Dudley Vaughn, Mrs. J. E. Miller, Mrs. Paul Blount, Mrs. W.
Mrs. J. T. Graves, Mrs. B. R. Parrott and Mrs. Ivey Williams. L. Altstaetter, Mrs. Ed Ramsey and
Gibson, Sr., Mrs. J. H. Geddie, Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Swatts.
Lamar Jordan, Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Maude Brinson Circle
Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mrs. Tom Byrd, Mrs. R. W. Smith, Mrs. G. H. All Methodist ladies are urged
Mrs. A. M. Jones, Jr., Mrs. C. L. Wimberly, Sr., Mrs. Kenneth S. to attend the general meeting to
Costin, Mrs. Joe Grimsley, Mrs. G. Cox, Mrs. Leo Shealey, Mrs. Leo Sheaey, Mrs. W.D. be held at the church Monday,
S. Croxton, Mrs. Tom Thompson, Jones, Mrs. J. B. Griffith, Mrs. W. May 6 at 3:00 p.m.


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You can always co'jnt
on our pharmacist to
be available when you
need him, regardless'of
the hour! And you can
depend on him for al l
your other health
needs, tool
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
quickly.
COSMETICS FOR LADIES By Coty, Revelon, Harriett Hubbard
Ayer and Danna
COSMETICS FOR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GWI


Smith's Pharmacy
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear


NOW OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 6:30 PM.


The executive committee of the
WSCS of the. First Methodist
Church met in the Little Chapel
Monday, April 22 for the purpose
of planning the program for the
coming year Due to the uniting of
the Methodist Church with the
Evangelical United Brethren, some
changes have developed in the So-
ciety and these will be discussed
at the next general meeting.
Circles for the coming year were
drawn and are as follows:
Esther Bartee Circle
Mrs. Esther, Bartee, Mrs. J. A.
Fillingim, Mrs. G. H. Wimberly,
Jr., Mrs. J. T' McNeill, Mrs. H. E.
Richards, Mrs. Jake Belin, Mrs.
Leonard Belin, Mrs. Robert King,
Mrs. Milton Anderson, Mrs. Her-
man Dean, Mrs. M. L. Parker, Mrs.
T. F. Preston, Mrs. J. P. Hendrix
and Mrs. Patti Lovett.
Anne Stone Circle
,Mrs. T. H. Stone, Mrs. Walter
Johnson, Mrs. Miles Hurlbut, Mrs.
C. W. Johnson, Mrs. H. T. Brinson,
Mrs. Nettle Anchors, Mrs. Pervis
Howell, Mrs. Charles Brock, Mrs.
A. J. Owens, Mrs. Wes Ferris, Mrs.
Fennon Talley, Mrs. B. A. Prid-
geon, Sr., Miss Gertrude Boyer,
Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs. A. S. Cha-
son, Mrs. W. 0. Anderson, Mrs. W.


ELECTED PRESIDENT OF
NURSING STUDENTS
William Fite was recently elect-
ed President of the Alabama As-
sociation of Nursing Students at
their annual convention in Mobile,
Alabama.
Fite, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Fite of Port St. Joe, is a Junior
at Providence oHbspital School, of
Nursing in Mobile.
A vote for Margaret H. Ni'chols
for Supervisor of Elections is a
vote for efficiency, integrity and
quality service. adv.
CLASSIFIED ADS!
Midget Investments That Yield
Giant Returnsl


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B. J.


RICH, Sr'.


-- Elect

F.,R. (Rudy)

PIPPIN, JR.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 1
Your Vote and Support
,Will Be Appreciated


B. J.


'BILL'


RICH, Sr.


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who cares about color?


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n Exclusive"Hide-and-See" Dc-rs.
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2nd


ANNIVERSARY


SALE


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Joe ... We appreciate the business you have favored us with in the past and in
appreciation, we are offering many true bargains during our Anniversary Sale!
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General Electric
AUTOMATIC

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Fully Automatic ...
Washes big load clean ev-
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$168.00
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S '003 BTU Hr. Rating
Automatic Air Conditioner
q0 MONEY DOWN NOW .i '
...EASY TERMS ONLY A
Model RF709B. Dig cooling capacity. Ul'ra-
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Automatic thermostat. Permanent fiicr.


BIG 18,000 BTU/Hr Multi-
Room Cooling Air Conditioner
NO MONEY DOWN; NOW
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Model RD900B. DCigned to air condition large
areas-even several rooms. Delivers refreshing-
\ ly cool comfort on the hottest days.


Solid 'Oak BEDROOM SUITE (Reg. 255.00) 178.88
White BABY BED and MATTRESS (Reg. 49.95) 38.88
9x12 LINOLEUM 'RUGS (Reg. 9.95) 5,88


68.88


VINYL 'RECLINER (Reg. 99.95)


HARVEST TABLE (Reg. 129.95)
USED POOL. TABLE
Emerson 8,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER 1
Emerson 16,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER 2
Emerson 20,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER 2
96" SOFA, CHAIR and OTTOMAN (Reg. 249.95) 1
SOFA and MATCHING ROCKER (Reg. 219.95) 1
SOFA and CHAIR in Vinyl (Reg. 149.95) 1
CEDAR 'ROBE (Reg. 69.95)
TREE LAMP (Reg. 29.95)
2 Aluminum LAWN CHAIRS (Reg. 5.95)
3 BOOK CASES, 3 Shelf (Reg. 16.95)
BEDROOM SUITE (Reg. 169.95) 1


: WModel TA10SA
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11.5 Cu. Ft Net Volume


98.88 Only 28" Wide Full-Width
158.88 Freezer and Chiller Tray Big j$1 8
Fresh Food Section *Dial Defrost
2 8.88 Convenience Porcelain Enamel
168.88 Vegetable Drawer; 9/10 bushel w T
178.88' capacity.
Reg. 169.95
68.88 30" General Electric RANGE (5299) -- 148.88 wt
28.88 Reg. 159.95
48.88 Portable DISH WASHER (S200) .......... 138.88 wt
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18 cu. ft. PFOOD CENTER (TFF18) --..- 428.88 wt
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Going' for Cashl
28.88 All Small Appliances -- going at COST plus 10%


ARNOLD'S FURNITURE & TV
323 REID AVENUE PHONE 229-3611


Member Board of Public Instruction

DISTRICT NO. 3


I was educated in the Gulf County School System. I now have four children in Gulf County
schools. I am self-employed, being in the retail grocery business with my parents and broth-
ers. I feel that my business experience and the past 40 months that I have served as your
School Board Member will help me' perform the duties of, this office in an efficient manner.
Time will not permit me to see each and every one in the County, but I assure you that I will take
any amount of time that is needed to attend to your School Board meetings. I have never
missed a regular School Board meeting since I took office, 40 months ago.
I Sincerely Ask For Your Continued Support and Especially for Your Vote On
May 7th

"For Better Schools and Educational Privileges for Our Children"


RE-ELECT


RE-ELECT


'BILL'


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- Say You Saw It In The Star -




A. J. Strickland

SEEKS COUNTY OFFICE
A J. Strickland,. a veteran County Commissioner, is asking
to be returned to the office of County Commissioner, District
Number 1. /
I say that if elected, I will pledge to work with ALL mem-
bers of the Board and each city and community in Gulf County.
'I will pledge to economize government. I oppose waste,
and will not tolerate abuses to any group, nor to any em-
ployees.
If elected, I promise to work for greater efficiency, more
unity and tighter budget controls arid better, planning.
I will be against any secret or private meetings at, which
any decisions are reached or in whichlany action is taken or
ordered.
My platform is: Honesty, Integrity, Efficiency, Experience,
Unity, Understanding and Dedication.


A. J. Strickland
Seeks Your Vote and Support
County Commissioner District 1
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Thrift Shop

Gives Thanks


--- ELECT -

S, C. PLAYER

County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 3
PROGRESS with 'ECONOMY
Your Vote and Support Will
Be Appreciated
2 YEARS EXPERIENCE -

PULL LEVER 33 D


Scout Troop 47'

On Camp Trip
Boy Scout Troop 47 went on a
camp out last week end.
The Scouts left for Wetapo
Creek carrying enough food for
four meals. Four Scouts were pas-
sed on swimming and one on
cooking. There were eight boys
that went on the camping trip.
The Scouts left the Scout Hut at
10:00 A.M. Saturday and returned
at 1:00 P.M., Sunday.
DANOLD JERNIGAN,
Troop Scribe


CHILDRENN
cap toe oxfords including
new "Track".stripe styles.
Is in Bal oxfords. Rugged;
:ushioned insole and arch.
1n,navy, skipper blue. 5-8;
8V/2-12; 13-2.



LADoES ,$I 99
cotton-duck uppers,
es, in white, black o'r
other styles in Dacron
eyelet tie oxfords in
d colors. Sizes 4-10.



FOR MEN 99
& BOYS




Washable Deck oxfords or sa1,-ons
with full cushioned insoles and
IU4.. N double thick heel cushion, in white,
loden green, skipper blue. Also
".. oxford or hi-top basketball styles.
Mens sizes 61-12; big boys sizes
Y2 -26.


'Happyland Kindergarten Presenting

Operetta, "Hansel and Gretel" Friday

Hansel and Gretel, from the to starve. Here they meet five
Opera by Englebert Humperdinck flappers (Laurie Smith, Tiffany
will be presented in miniature ver- Swatts, Dawn Vickers, Melinda


The Thrift Shop would like to
thank the following people for
their contributions during the
month of April:
Mrs. Jake Belin, Mrs. Paul Fen-
som, Mrs. Joe Hendrix, Mrs. John
Rich, Mrs. Virginia Owens, Mrs.
George Anchors, Mrs. Ivey Wil-
liams, Miss Gertrude Boyer, Mrs.
Albert Thames, Mrs. John Lewis,
Mrs. Robert Brunner, Mrs. Clar-
ence Pridgeon, Mrs. Gannon Buz-
zett, Mrs. Williston Chason, Mrs.
Guery Melton, Mrs. Silas R. Stone
and Campbell's Drug Store.
The Thrift Shop will be open
Friday, May 3 from 3 to 5 p.m.
The workers will be Mrs. Charles
Stevens, Jr., and Mrs. Dick Lam-
berson. A second key for the Thrift
Shop will now be available at the
Municipal Hospital business office
'in case the first key is not avail-
able.
For pick up of clothing or any
articles, please -call Mrs. George
Tapper, 227-8766, Mrs. T. F. Pres-
ton, 229-3246 or Mrs. Bill Hammock
227-3641.


Mrs. Gardner

Receives Honors
Mrs. Wanda Jean Gardner of
Port St. Joe is listed on the winter
quarter Provosts List among 157
students h a v i n g commendable
grade-pdint averages at The Uni-
versity of West Florida.
UWF students having grade-
point Averages of 3.60 to 4.00
which range from a high B plus to
an A average are listed on the
President's Honors List, and high
B students with 3.20 to 3.59 grade-
point averages make up the Pro-
vosts Honors List. To be eligible
a student must have been enrolled
for at least 12 quarter hours of
credit during the winter quarter.
The University of West Florida
opened in September and is now
in its third quarter of classes. It


Chatham and Joanne Freeman),
who do the Charleston to cheer up
the children. They also meet two
Dickey Birds, Michael Kilbourn
and George Roberts. These birds
show the children how to tap
dance. The children finally find
their way home. They celebrate
their return with the Yankee Doo-
dle Dandies-Rick Taylor, Mark
Watts, Gene Floore, Danny Kittin-
ger, Douglass Sowell, Mark Scott,
Johnny Stansel, Carl Fox, Eugene
Raffield, Joey Whitehead, Jodie
Brown, Scott Little and Charles
Butler. They stage a hoedown with
square dancers Blane Cox, David
Sullivan, Joey Hudson and Bill
Allen.
The next day they are left in
the woods again and find a beau-
tiful house made of ginger cook-


Cub Scouts In

'Pack Meeting
Cub Scout Pack 47 held their
April pack meeting Monday night
at 7:30 p.m. in the high school'
cafeteria. The monthly theme was
"Keep America Beautiful".
The following boys received
awards:
DEN 1-Clyde Whitehead, two
Silver Arrows; Sammy Parker, Sil-
ver Arrow; Dewayne Patterson,
Silver Arrow; Hal Hinote, Wolf
and Gold Arrow; Randy Phillips,
Gold and Silver Arrows; Robert
Sealey, Wolf Badge; Dewayne Jen-
kins, Gold Arrow; Jimmy Strong,
Silver Arrow and Greg Burkett,
Bobcat.
DEN 3-Adolphus Johnson, Jr.,
Bobcat.
DEN 4-Dexter Whitaker, Wolf
and Richard Wager, Bear.
DEN 6--Stacy Price. Wolf.


is an upper-division university of-
fering work on the junior and sen- TOUR EUROPE
ior levels and is part of the state Mr. and-Mrs. Frank Hannon re-
university system. UWF occupies turned home Saturday after spend-
a 1,000 acre $17 million campus ing three weeks touring in Europe.
ten miles north of ,downtown Pen- -
sacola. VISITING RELATIVES
---- "Col. and Mrs. E. W. Gude of San
1T Antonio, Texas are visiting their
ATTEND BANQUET aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Everette McFar- O. Anderson.
land recently attended a banquet-
reception in Lakeland honoring
Most Excellent James Wesley Mc- CLASSIFIED ADS
Donald, Grand High Priest, Grand
Royal Arch Chapter of Florida.. Midget Investments -ifh
Everette McFarland is District Giant Return!s
Deputy, Grand High Priest of Dis-
trict 10, R.A.M. of Florida.
GRADUATES
GRADUATES I


Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lilius have
returned from a week's visit to
Saint,Leo College, Saint Leo, Flor-
ida, where they were guests of the
college for the Senior Week activi-
ties. On April 27 they attended the
Commercement Exercises when
their son, Henry S. Lilius, III, gra-
duated with a BA degree in edu-
cation.

A vote for Margaret H. Nichols
for Supervisor of Elections is a
vote for efficiency, integrity and
quality service. adv.


* A Distinguished Record of 22 Years Public
Service: State Representative, Dade County
School Board, Dade County Commissioner,
City of Miami Director of Public Welfare.
*As Chairman of Florida House Local Gov-
ernment Committee during 1967 session,
Yarborough guided some 1,500 local bills
to help counties and cities.
* Past President of Orange Bowl Commit-
tee, Miami Kiwanis Club, Florida High
School Coaches Assn. and Florida County
Commissioners Assn.
* Born in Chester, S.C....Graduated Clem-
son University & attended University of
Florida...Married to former Louise Bland-
ing o Bartow...Outstanding football coach
at Miami High School for 10 years.
| Decisions of the Public Service Commis-
sion affect Florida's future and your pock-
etbook. Let Yarborough's experience and
leadership worji for you.


ies. This house belongs to a mean
old Witchard (boy witch) played by
Joey Hudson. The gingerbread
boys turned into robots by the
witchard help the children to es-
cape. These robots are played by
Jay' Jacobs, David Bray, Keith


Barnes, Grey Daniels and Tim
Montgomery.
The scenery and stage decora-.
tions are by Mrs. Nancy Howell. '
Hansel's costume is a copy of
the original directly from the home
town of Engleburt Humperdinck.


sion by the students of Happyland
Kindergarten Friday, May 3 at 8:00
p.m. in the High School Auditor-
ium.
Admission will be charged those
attending other than the immedi-
ate families of participating chil-
dren. Admission will be 75c for
adults and 25c for children.
Near the edge of a&'deep, deep
forest lived a poor, woodchopper,
Joey Raffield, and his hard-hearted
wife, Martha Adkison, the stepmo-
ther of his three children, Hansel,
Gretel, and Petal (Dusty May, Mi-
chell Mitchell and Leslie Costin).
The children were dancing and
having a good time with their
friends, Cindy Wingate, Tonya
Smith and Louise McInnis.
The stepmother took the chil-
dren into the woods and left them


ELECT

DESSIE LEE PARKER
SUPERVISOR of ELECTIONS
I have served six years on the Democratic
Executive Committee of Gulf County and
worked as a Clerk at Precinct Nine for a
number of years.

Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated






FRIENDS

and Fellow Citizens of Gulf County

I consider it a great opportunity to come to you at this
time in behalf of my candidacy as your next full-time County
Commissioner.
If you elect me your Commissioner, my greatest interest
will be for the future and the welfare of the citizens of our
county. I am not bound by anyone or organization that will
prevent me from serving all the people of all our county at
all times.
To mention a few of the important things needed in our
county, I would consider .
1. That the needs of our elderly citizens be more properly
met.
2. That everyone work harder to encourage more indus-
try to locate in our county.
3. I pledge to work in a manner by which no partiality
will be shown to anyone of our great county.
4. I promise to help build more and better roads where.
ever needed, and to repair and resurface those that we now
have.
5. I pledge to work with the School Board in whatever
capacity I can to promote a better education for all the chil- .
dren of our county.
6. I will work with untiring interest in the building of
more park facilities for our county. As a wull-time County
Commissioner, I feel it will give me a greater opportunity to
serve you more properly than you have been in the past.

SO, GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE FOR


JESSE ANDERSON
YOUR NEXT FULL TIME

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5
THANK YOU VERY MUCH


For County Judge



THOMAS H. McDANIEL


QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED


























LEADER HONEST



THE PEOPLES' CANDIDATE

1. WORKING HAND IN HAND WITH ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT.
2. WORKING WITH AND SUPPORTING OUR YOUTH.
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THURSDAYr, MAY 2, 1968








EVERYBODY WINS
lI IGet your FREE "Magic-Chek" now from the Win this week. Win again next week
checkout cashier at any of our stores. Take You get a new "Magic-Chek" each week you
S -your "Magic-Chek" home;.Place it under visit our store during the "giveaway"
S \ flowing water'faucet; rub with wet sponge period. One "Magic-Chek" to each family.
*you can wi n* or fingers and watch the magic numbers Adults only. No purchase necessary.
U t 10 0 0 W Green Stamps "Magic-Chek" is a winner! Any "Magic-Chek" which is mutilated or
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with yorl to 10,000 S&H Green Stamps will be issued mine the authenticity of winning "Magic-
to you upon presentation to checkout Cheks". Employees and their families are
cashier on your next visit to our store. not eligible to participate in the game.
7 EMENEENEEM'


DISCOUNT SPECIAL -
YELLOW ROSE
PLAIN or SELF-RISING

F LOUR


.POUND
"BAG


38c


CHASE and SANBORN

COFFEE


CHOICE of GRINDS
1 LB.
CAN


58c


SLIMIT One Can With $10.00 Order or More
Discount Prices On All Health and Beauty Aids
REGULAR or SUPER HOLD HAIR SPRAY
MISS BRECK -- ------- .Can
COMPARE AT 99c!
FOR DRY, OILY or NORMAL HAIR
4 Ounce
BRECK SHAMPOO o--.. 8
COMPARE AT 65e! 8
7 'OUNCE PLASTIC BOTTLE COMPARE AT $1.1
VITALIS HAIR TONIC-- 98c


Extra Hold Style
BRECKSET
8 OUNCE 84
BOTTLE
COMPARE AT $1.00


For Quick Relief
EXCEDRIN
60 COUNT 89c
BOTTLE
COMPARE AT $1.05


HUNT'S 8 OUNCE CANS
TOMATO SAUCE --------- 8 cans $1.00
CREME SANDWICH 1 LB. CTN. or CELLO BAG
NABISCO OREO COOKIES ----- pkg. 45c
SCOTT BIG ROLLS
VIVA TOWELS 2 roll pkg. 39c

AND LIP EXTRA BONUS
REDEEM With $10.00 or More Purchase
THIS ` Please Present This Coupon
COUPON(Good Through May 4)
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DISCOUNT S
ORE-IDA FROZEN SHOESTRING

Potatoes 3,


SPECIALL -


14 Lb.
Bags


FLYING JIB FROZEN BREADED
SHRIMP 16 Ounce
Package


COUNTRY STYLE PATTIE

OLEO
SUNBEAM

BREAD
GA. GRADE "A" LARGE

EGGS


$1.00


$1.00


10


16 Ounce
Loaves
2 Allc


2


DOZEN 89c


t quick-to-fix fun foods


DUNCAN HINES AL LFIAVORS LAYER
CAKE MIXES---- 3 Boe


HUNT'S
TOMATO JUICE -----


346 Ounce
Cans


JACKSON MARY ANN BEST FLAVOR
Tenderized HAM Specials


.39c
Shank Portion
Shank Portion


BUTT or SHANK HALF !b. 49c


WHOLE HAM


lb. 52c


HAM Portion Slices !b. 69c


HAM STEAKS .


. b. I 79c


Swift Premium TNDER ANPORK Swift Premium
NEW TENDERLEAN RRK NEW


CENTER CUT
PORK CHOPS

Ib. 75c


T-BONE
LOIN CHOPS


FAMILY PACK
PORK CHOPS


lb. 85c lb. 59c


Extra Lean, Loaded With Meat LOIN END
Ideal for Barbecue I5
LOIN RIBS IL 65CJ ROAST Ib. 59c
FOR SPECIAL ORDERS IN BEST CUTS CALL IN ADVANCE
GIVE US YOUR PROBLEM OF SELECTION .. WE GUARANTEE
SATISFACTION IN EVER YWAY!
Apalachicola Fresh Shucked COPELAND BEST
0 Y STERS SLICED BACON


-6 PC 49C


COPELAND
$1.00 WIENERS


$1.00


3


PKGS. 99c


VISIT, INSPECT AND SHOP OUR CHICKEN DEPARTMENT
THE MOST COMPLETE VARIETY OF CHICKEN IN TOWN


Delicious Chicken Parts
TOMATO PASTE------7Cans $1.U 0 _
TO TO'PASTE 7 6Ounce $100 Quartered BREAST
Cans Quartered THIGHS
Split Whole FRYERS
HUNT'S 14Ounce FRYERS, cut up --tb. 3b
TOMATO CATSUP 4 14 Ounce
TOMATO CATSUP-----4Bottles TENDER FRYER
DRUM STICKS --lb. 49c


HUNT'S SOLID PAK
T 0 MAT 0 S 4 No. 300
TOMATOES ----------- -- Cans


$1.00


FAMOUS! TRUSTED! DEPENDABLE!


CLEANSER


GIANT SIZE
CAN FOR


24c


I I I I


EXCLUSIVE WESTERN TENDER AGED TO TASTE HEAVY
SWIFT PREMIUM KANSAS CITY
CHOICE BEEF
WE GUARANTEE MONEY BACK -- NONE BETTER ANYWHERE


Boneless Top Round
Sirloins, Savoy Broil ,9
Boneless Eye 'Round
Full Cut Rnd Steak 9
SEMI-BONELESS
No. 7 Steak Ib
Ideal to Charcoal or BroIl 69c


TRIPI-CAL-O COLA, ROOT GROUND MEAT D
BEER, ORANGE, GRAPE "SECOND TO NONE IN
100% LEAN FLAVOR RICH
DRINKS GROUND .
6 BTL. Q GROUND O-
CTN. OUR PREMIUM EXTRA LEAN
THROW AWAY BOTTLES Ground Beef


SUPREME
ICE MiLK BUDGET GROUND I
SOUR PAN SAUSAGE
Va Gal. OWN
Ctns. SEMI-BONELESS
S RUMP ROAST


TENDER JUICY
CUBED
STEAK -- b.88C
CENTER CUT
CHUCK
ROAST _- Ib.55c


DEPARTMENT SPECIALS
FRESHNESS AND QUALITY"


FOR YOU WHO KNOW QUALITY
GROUND 2V 1 | Y
CHUCK---lbs. 7


3 Ibs. $1.39


BEEF 2/2 Ibs. 88 c
E------- 2% Ibs. 99c

lb. 87c


THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968 PA(E SEVEN


at


PRICES EFFECTIVE
MAY 1, 2, 3 and 4
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED


Whole Grade 'B'
FRYERS Ib. 27c
31c lb., Cut Up
CHICKEN
WINGS --- 3 lbs. 88c
Economy Pak CHICKEN
Backs, Necks --- 5 lbs. 59c


- DISCOUNT SPECIAL -
FRESH, FIRM
LETTUCE
HEAD19c
FRESH CALIFORNIA
LEMONS doz. 49c
FRESH TEXAS
CARROTSS lb. cello 10c
FRESH TENDER
POLE BEANS ib. 19c


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida


Candidate Visits In Port St. Joe


Jess Yarborough. of Miami, a candidate for
Florida- Public Service Commission visited in
Port St. Joe last Tuesday afternoon. Here -he


*I day and night (up
Iwith an RCA WhirL


pool unit up to 28,000 BTU's at
spoll prices now before the really
hot weather.


PAGR EIGHT


is shown- with Dr. Joe Hendrix and George G.
Tapper at a reception held at the Motel St. Joe.
-Star photo


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that on the second day of June, 1968, at the
front door of the City Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, Tax
Sale Certificates will be sold on the. following described property to
pay the amount due for Tax Year 1967. Amounts herein are set
opposite the name of owner and description of property, together
with all costs of such Sale and all Advertising.
C. W. BROCK, City Treasurer and Collector
City of Port St. Joe, Florida 5t-5-2


T
ASSESSED OWNER LOT BLOCK &
Frank- Betton 30 & 32 1006
J. W. Bouington 27 & 28 78
Willie G. Brown 11 1014
Willie G. Brown 13 1014
George Bryant -------- E% of 10 & 12 1017
Charles Dawson, Jr. 9 1017
Albert Dickens 18 1001
Albert Dickens 3 less W5' 1009
H. L. Harris 8 & -10 1014
Bobby Lee, Huckaby 1 50
Lloyd H. Pope -------- N% of 14 & 15 121
Gordon Thomas 13 42
Gordon Thomas 7 58-
M. P. Tomlinson __ 3 less E 25' & Sl' of 1 24
M. P. Tomlinson 46 24
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES and ADVERT
Alma Lee Bryant's Beauty Shop
Jim Cooper Motor Company
Genie's Beauty Shop
Leo Kennedy Electric
Tomlinson Abstract Company
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AAXES
ADV.
$28.54
25.33
'5.13
5.13
9.26
19.36
9.26
5.59
12.48
11.10
9.26
46.44
6.05
23.03
23.03
RISING
$ 2.84
14.77
6.51
17.52
6.51


CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this op-
portunity to thank our many
friends for the cards, flowers,
gifts and many acts of kindness
shown us during and since the
birth of our triplets. ,.
We would especially" like to
thank Dr. Shirley Simpson, Dr.
Wayne Hendrix, Miss Minerva Mc-
Lane, the nurses and hospital staff
for the wonderful care they gave
the triplets and I.
We would also especially like to
thank the St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Company employees
for the money they gave us, the
merchants for their gifts they gave
the individuals for the money they
gave that made it possible for us
to purchase a washer and dryer.
Above all, our thanks for the pray-
ers that were offered in our behalf.
May the Lord bless each of you.


An ounce of prevention is w
a poupd of cure .-.
It's an old adage and may no
'true in every case, though Floi
Forest Service firefighters thin
very true.for them. And their
indeed much to be'said for the
cept of controlling the forest
before it actually starts,.
Prehaps the largest case-in-rp
is the good effect- which co
when thousands of citizens -
ware of the need for conserve
and keen on the idea of protect
their forest resources cha
the attitude of _carelessness
fire to that of extreme caution
Yet another example of "pre
tion" is so-called "complimen


vorth f
it be t
irida I
ik it d
re is
con-
fire c
f
ioint 0
*mes o
- a-
ition
ting
range
with
1.
ven-
tary


Simmons Promoted

To Cadet Sergeant

Barnesville, William B. Simmons,
III, the son of .Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Simmons whose address is 1023
McClellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla.
32456, has been promoted to the
rank of Cadet Sergeant in the
ROTC unit at Gordon Military Col-
lege.
Rank in the Cadet Corps at Gor-
don is achieved by ,academic and
military progress pof the individual
cadet.
Founded in 1825, Gordon is one
of -the oldest military institutions
in the nation. It is a six-year school
with four years preparatory and
two years of college, and holds
the covetd rating of "Military
School Honor ROTC Unit" awarded


Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill Hartley by the Department of the Army


AIRCONDITION YOUR WHOLE HOME-NOT JUST PART OF IT!




3 DAYS ONLY
MONDAY *0 1UAY WIONISDAY
ALL FEATURE:
r Whisper-quiet operation
* Automatically dehumidifles $ 2 AS
* Simple-to-operate controls 129 AS A K
.. ,o5,000 ofu WITH Ml
* More effective cooling 500 --1 WITH
r Two-Speed fans. "
* Permanent washable filter
mow--- .- i- r'^ .
* Simplified Installation


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$299.95

S.oM 22,000 BTU's
to I* -Z,1FS


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to 2000sq. fet


SEE YOUR NEARBY RCA WHIRLPOOL DEALER NOW



St. Joe Hardware Company


203 REID AVENUE


TELEPHONE 227-8111


'ireline plowing."
Since debris burning is one of
he leading causes of forest fire in
Florida, the Florida Forest Service
does offer this complimentary ser-
vice, conditionally, which serves to
ut down on the incidence of trash
ires. Thus it helps to reduce the
outbreak of wasteful and danger-
ous wildfires.


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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968



Forest


Notes
by CHARLES REEVES .
County Forester


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PANAMA CITY (Special)- Apalachicola's Cleve Randolph
Flying Senate candidate Cecil and Joe Parrott of Port St. Joe
A. Kennedy was back in the air attended the interim committee
again last week to attend the meeting held in the City Comn-
special interim committee meet- mission hearing rooms. In the
ing here that will study oil, gas interest of Franklin County
and mineral leases in Florida's these men attended the meet-
offshore and baybottom regions. ing to gain background infor-
Mobile Oil Company had re- mation on the subject of off-
cently received a permit to drill shore drilling. Kennedy had re-
an exploratory well to the depth ceived a number of calls and
of ten thousand feet off Frank- letters from interested citizens
lin County. Cecil A. Kennedy, in the sprawling ten county


STATE



SENATOR







6th



DISTRICT


area where five of these coun-
ties border the Gulf waters.
There is some concern over the
effect this offshore drilling
might have on marine life in
the area.
Officials from Mobile Oil
were unable to attend the meet-
ing and Representative Lyn-
wood Arnold, chairman of the
interim committee said all fa-
cets of the operation would be
aired at a later meeting.


But what is a fireline? It's a ed by the Florida Forest Service.
swath cut around a key flammable It means that there is no charge
area. for the first 15 minutes of plowing
How is it cut? time. Up to about a 10-acre tract
Normally, a crawler tractor pull- of land can have its perimeter
ing a special plow is used to lay a "firelined" within that short time.
six or eight foot "line." It isn't per- There are charges however for
feet protection. Fire has been time exceeding that first quarter
known especially when driven hour. Group requests involving
by high winds to jump the line. a number of separate ownerships
Even so, it is remarkably effective have priority over Isolated single
since the plowed portion exposes requests for the service.
a deep cut of dank earth .... The fireline barrier around re-
there's no grass or litter in the sidential lots and small tracts
line to serve as surface fuel. That means fewer damaging fires get
line stops most fires and the pro- loose. Urbanite, suburbanite, and
tection is dual: from inside the cut rural dwellers alike should con-
containing the blaze, yet serving side the advantages of complimen-
equally as well to hinder or neutra- tary fireline plowing.
lize the approach of wildfire from ------ ------
without. A vote for Margaret H. Nichols
The complimentary fireline ser- for Supervisor of Elections is a
vice is offered to any resident land- vote for efficiency, integrity and
owner in a Florida county protect- quality service. adv.


Vote Experience Elect



CECIL A.





KENNEDY


Senate Candidate Cecil A. Kennedy Takes An Active

Interest In Happenings Affecting the Sixth District


EXCLUSIVE NEW
COMFORT-GUARD
PREVENTS FREEZE-UP


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Left to right: Cecil A. Kennedy, Rep. Lynwood Ar-
nold of Jacksonville, Cleve Randolph of Apalachicola, Joe
Parrott of Port St. Joe, view resolution asking Mobil Oil
to explain plans to drill exploratory well in Franklin
County.





He Is Your Brand of Man


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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968 PAGE NINE
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Your A&P has all the brand names you know and want...
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These exclusive A&P Brands have earned their
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"Super-Right" Smoked (Whole or Half Sliced L


Spaiky Briquets Speciall
Charcoal 20 LBag 9C
Pickle Patch Fresh Kosher Speciall
Dill Pickles Jar59c
Heart's Delight Speciall
Apricot Nesar n. 39c
A & P Real Speciall
Cream Topping n 45'c
HI-C, WELCH'S, A & P OR DEL MONTE
ASSORTED FLAVORS
RI KS 3 4-oz89

PINK DETERGENT

ahoy Liquid


C.: Frozen
eadess Shrimp
Lb. 49) (Center Slices Lb.
Whole
6 to 8-Lb
Average


SUNNYBROOK
MSH GA. RADE "A"

MEDIUM


EGGS

3 Dozen for Only


$1.00


SPECIAL!


Jane Parker Fresh, Crisp
Potato Chips 10- Pk 45c
Jane Parker Golden, Sugared or Cinnamon
Cake Donuts 2 oxI45


jane rarKer
Jelly Roll '-LbOz5
Jane Parker BN'S Sesame Seed
French Rolls 2Pkg of 1045c
M c e


Mix or Match'em Jane Parker
Peach, Lemon or Pineapple

PIES 3 'Pie1.00o


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3


Quart
Bottles


DETERGENT (Limit 1 with $5. or more order, Ex*luding Cigarettes)
Giant
Cold Power Pkg.
PLAIN OR IODIZED
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Morton s Salt


ALL FLAVORS MARVEL BRAND

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Delivery of
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Directly to
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Complete details at A&P


*' P-Li~ AIDI
W.I THIS COUO. No.D UC.ASOC IW STAMPS i
Johnson's Bathroom Cleaner
Crew 'Si'ze 79 Jax
GOOD THROUGH MAY 5 5-4-68
i 11 iii ^^Li n ir


(Cup-o-Joy Reg. Ice Cream Cups 2
Limit 2 -
1 W/$5.or 7/2 Gal
more order Ctns.
Excddina


$1.0oo
-/
SPECIAL!
59c

SPECIAL!

lOc
Box of 12 390)

99c


I FINE PORCELAIN CHINA


Golden CORN

EARS


Fresh, Juicy
Lemons Doern 39c
Fresh, Crisp, Pascal
Celery 2 STALKS 29c
Florida Yellow
FRESH CORN 10 ears 69c


Fresh, Crisp Iceberg
Lettuce PER'HEAD 19(
Fresh, Juicy
Oranges 5 Lb.Bag 59(
6-6-6 Organic Pellet (3 Bags $4.29
Fertilizer a 1.49


MEW, A&,P Vacuum Pack 100% Colombian or 97% Caffein Free
1/2 Gal. Size Miracle 1-Lb. Can
W white $1.49 JT. MA 5 5--6
GOOD THROUGH MAY 5 5-4-68


Crockett Farms Quick Frozen
Zucchini Squash 't 9c
A & P Frozen Chopped or BONUS

LEAF SPINACH JFS
Pkg. 10c


fro!


WHO' W~GCOUO 01 UIPCI PLAID
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Ann Page Plain i Fleischmanns Soft
"" 1/Lb. -Lb. 47
Gelatin, Pkg. $1.15 Oleo 'C. 47 jx
GOOD THROUGH MAY 5 5-4-68 GOOD THROUGH MAY 5 5-4-68


l VI7s COUPON mID Cum! Of
70( off Label Sta-Flo Spray
Starch 'iz- 590
GOOD THROUGH MAY 5


Fl


Jax Miracle White 79 Jax
5-4-68 GOOD THROUGH MAY 5 5-4-68


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Our Own w/Lemon & Sugar
Inst. Tea 1 -a 590 Jax
GOOD THROUGH MAY 5 5-4-68,


IF UNABLE TO
PURCHASE ANY
ADVERTISED ITEM,
PLEASE REQUEST A
RAIN CHECK
Prices in this Ad are 'Good
ood through Saturday, r Cash
May 4 fOr Cash or
QUANTITY RIGHTS Exchange for
RESERVED Plaid Stamps"


"Super-Right" Western Beef Boneless
R'OAST Sirloin Tip Lb6
"3'sper-Right" Quick Frozen Chopped
eef Steaks 2 LbPkg.
""per-Right" Brisket (2 to'4-Lb. Avg.),
Corned Beef Lb.
"_uTer-Rieh All Meat

S''d American, FP'mento or

Quick Frozen Delicious
SHRAB 7oz.pkA
"Super-Right" Fresh
GROUND BEEF


99c


Lb.
590)


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1.29

69c

39c

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THE STAR, Po.t-St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968

iA H Ford-Western, Vitro Rockets Take
HAT YOU SHOULD KNOW Y
OUT YOUR PRESCRIPTION: League Leads In Dixie Youth Program


Notat all...when you considertheralterdatlvesi
Your prescription Is one of the biggest bargains In history.
The average cost of the nearly 00 million prescriptions filled
yearly In the Unitqd States s $3.31. What do you receive for
that average $3.317
. These relatively nexnsve pharmaceuticals may save you
.and your family hundrd of dollars and perhaps weeks in a
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Next time you have a prescription filled, consider the medical
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For the highest pharmnaceutlcastandards, low prices
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can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions to
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f Free Parking


After a three-way tie for first
place in the Dixie Youth baseball
league, National League last week,
Ford-Western gained sole posses-
sion of' first place. The Dozers lost
.to the Hard-Stars 'and the Krafties
lost to the Dozers, to put the Do-
-zers and Krafties- into a second
place tie.
,National League results for the
past week's play are as follows:
Krafties, 11; Boxers, 0.
Ford-Western, 9; Rotary, 5.
Hard-Stars, 16; Dozers, 14.
Boxers, 4; Rotary, 3.
Ford-Western, 10; Hard-Stars, 1.
Dozers, 6; Krafties, 5.
Standings W L
Ford Western ------ 5 1
Dozers 4 2
Krafties 4 2
Hard Stars 3 3
Boxers 2, 4
Rotary 0 6
: *
AMERICAN LEAGUE
In the American League, the Vit-
ro Rockets are in undisputed first
place position with a record of six
wins and no losses thus far this
season. The Rockets only threat
comes from the Sockys and Telco,
each with two losses this season.
The game results for the past
week were:
Sockys, 19; Masonic Patriots, 14.
Vitro Rockets, 15; Telco, 5.
Sockys, 35; Citizens Fed., 2.
Vitro Rockets, 19; Patriots, 0.
Telco, 19; Citizens Fed., 3.


Standings W L
Vitro Rockets 6 0
Sockys 4 2
Telco 4 2
Masonic Patriots ---- ---1 5
Citizens Federal --------0 6
--If-- *


217,000 Flock to

Parks; St. Joseph

Gets Its Share

Some 217,000 visitors flocked to
Florida State Parks during the
Easter week, State Parks Director
Bill Miller announced this weel,.
Miller said the visitors began to
throng Florida's 61 state parks and
historic memorials the Monday be-
fore Easter and swelled to a peak
Easter week end.
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, a
popular beachfront park in the
middle of Fort Lauderdale's. plush
motel district, totalled 32,753 visi-
tors that week to lead all parks in
attendance. Second was Bahia Houi-
da State Park on Bahia Honda Key
with 15,124, -and. Cape Florida
State Park on Key Biscayne was
third with 14,193.
In Gulf County's new T. H, Stone
Memorial State Park on St. Joseph
Peninsula, 968 visitors were report-
ed and 477 overnight campers.
Campers, too, filled the parks,1
as 48,524 people slept under the
stars that week. Fort Pickens State
Park near Pensacola led all parks
with 6,836 campers those seven
days.
---- I--- *
Proclamation

WHEREAS, the general health
and welfare of our citizens de-
pend upon wholesome surround-
ings arising from good clean liv-
ing conditions, and.
WHEREAS, the lives and pro-
perty of our people are endan-
gered by fire and accidents' caus-
ed by littered and cluttered con-
ditions in homes, factories,
places of public assembly, alleys,
and streets, and,
WHEREAS, a clean and beau-
'tiful community is a proud and
prosperous one, and,
WHEREAS, unity of effort is
required for future development
of our community;
THEREFORE, I, FRANK
PATE, Mayor of the City of Port
St. Joe,- do .hereby designate
May 12 through 18, inclusive, as
Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up Week
and most respectfully call upon
all departments of this City, its
commercial organizations, civic
clubs, schools, churches, boys'
and girls' clubs and all other as-
sociations and our people in gen-
eral to take an active part in this
constructive program of com-
munity improvement to insure
its success.
This the 16th day of April,
1968.
FRANK PATE, Mayor
City of Port St. Joe
ATTEST:
C. W. BROCK -(SEAL) ;
City Auditor and Clerk


Rev. John McCartt Will
Speak at Faith Bible

Rev. John H. McCartt will speak
t the morning and evening ser- I
ices at Faith Bible Church, Sun-
ay, May 5. Rev. McCartt is the I
principal of, Panama City private
hristian School and is a graduate
f Tennessee Temple University in
hattanooga, Tenn.
The morning service begins at
1:00 a.m. and the evening service ]
:arts at 8:00 p.m. Faith Bible
hurch invites 'everyone to come I
ear Rev. John McCartt Sunday,
[ay 5. .


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fflGHIAND VIEW


Car Wrecks, Burns
Sunday Morning

A foreign sports car, driven by
Mike Burkett of Port St. Joe,
caught fire and burned following
an accident early Sunday morning.
According to Fire Chief R. H.
Ellzey, Burkett was traveling to-
ward Port St. Joe early Sunday
morning when he lost control of
his car, crashing into a utility pole
near the intersection of Avenue B
and Highway 98. After the impact,
the foreign compact burst into
flames.


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Owner will finance for qualified
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wall to wall carpet, paneled den.
Located on corner lot with chain
link fence. Faye Hudson, 1911
Long Ave. tfc-10-12
FOR SALE: House. 3 bedrooms, 1%
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Guns bought, sold and traded. Call
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RA.M.-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. Al visiting
companions welcome.
WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
HOWARD BLICK, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
night 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 1il, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


H. L. BURGE, Secretary
JAMES HORTON, W. M.


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PAGE TEN


PLEASE RE-ELECT

JOHN ROBERT


MIDDLEMAS

HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
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PAGE ELEVEN


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


THIRTY-FIRST YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968 NUMBER 34

The Inflation Spiral and You Sgt. James Gainnie f A E
g Serving In Vietnam SDo Levens
Newton's law of gravitation says in effect that "what S n V ie am U nty A gentIs
goes up must come down." But very obviously the Newton ServingInVienS
theory was not formulated with the cost of living in mind.": D.: ''
For many years now, living costs have been spiraling (HO236) Vietnam (FHTNC) Ma- For A Good Deal On .
upward, buffeted by a seemingly endless round of wageant James E Gainnie
and price increases. The result has been. a long and rine sergeant James E Gainn Plymouth, Chrysler or
steady decline in the purchasing power of the dollar-from son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gainnie By CUBIE LAIRD, County Agent .
a base of 100 in 1939 to approximately 45 cents today. of 803 Woodward Ave., Port St. imperial ,'^^.'
And if the dollar con- Joe, Fla., is serving with the Third
tinues to lose value at the Amphibian Tractor Battalion, U. S. '!."i
rate of 2 per cent a year, Marine Corps, in Vietnam. Forest fires have already charr- ter shortage which was the worst ROGERS
according to some authori- ( ); ed over 76,000 acres in Florida this in 25 years. The cumulative rain V V:'
ties, it will take $20,000 to His battalion, a uit of the First year, and the danger of more fires deficit of the statewide drought Panama City Chrysler :
buy a $1,000 living st8and- Marine Division supports the divi- will remain acute until the current over the last five years is equiva-
here aren 1982ways., of course, sion's three infantry regiments by dry spell is broken. lent to almost a full year's rain- Plymouth, Inc. .
to counteract this steady troop movements, resupply, river In act, damage from forest fires fall. No relief is in sight until the 15th St., Panama City i "
loss of purchasing power s patrols and beach defense. has jumped by almost 11 percent beginning of the rainy season in Phone 7854372 -,.,-
and mutual funds are one of I The unit is -also engaged in a over the same period last year. Mil- June. ,
he.nieme i civic action program designed to lions of acres of commercial for- An unseen-but dangerous-re-
tual funds has been found to
be especially effective in assist the Vietnamese people in ests are now facing acute fire dan- sult of the water shortage is a se-
protecting one's dollar completing self-help projects, such ger levels, and millions of young vere drop in water tables around
against such loss, for money "4 as the building of wells, culverts, seedlings planted last winter will the state. As the fresh water pres- QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED
so invested provides the op- small bridges and schools. Equip- die unless they have water shortly. sures in the ground continue to
portunity to share in the which people with similar ment and materials for the pro- Some communities have already drop, we will witness increased
growth and profits of Amer- investment goals can join meant and materials for the pro- Some communities have already drop, we will witness increased
ican business and industry, together and pool their mon- jects are made available through banned all forms of burning, salt water intrusion, especially in FOR COUNTY JUDGE
Historically, the long term dy in an effort to achieve the Marine Corps Reserve Civic Governor Kirk has made a plea those areas along coastal areas
course of the stock market these goals. Investing in Action Fund. Marines in Vietnam to all citizens to take special pre- where we are already taxing our I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election
has been up, temporary set- mutual funds provides the provide the- know-how and guide cautions against fires. fresh water supply. Some commun- to the Office of County Judge of Gulf County.
backs and'periods of market shareholder a diversified the Vietnamese people in carrying This year's drought is approach- ities may have to restrict water May I express my appreciation for the oppor-
stress notwithstanding. The investment program and con-- out these projects. ing the severity of last year's wa- consumption if the drought con- May I express my appreciation for the ppor-
fact is that while the cost tinuous investment super- tinues. o unity of serving you in the past, and I sincerely
of living has more than vision. tohues.
doub1enin 19o0 stc ThoeInstitute also pointsA l A West Florida's panhandle sec- solicit your vote and support in behalf of my re-
prices have managed, to in- out that investments in mu- LOng Av WA tion has escaped the worst effects election.
crease by some 600 per cent. tual funds should be looked of the drought thanks to some rain-
According to the Invest- upon as long term invest- On Tuesday night, April 16, the er calendar was read by Joan Lee. fall during the last month. How- SAM P HUSBAND
there are more than four and convenient t for accu- Y.W.A. of the Long Avenue Baptist Selected scriptures were read and ever, some sections of this area.
million Americans with near- mulating capital for such Church met at the' church for a prayer offered for revival, are beginning to really feel ad- DEDICATED FAIR
ly $45 billion invested in objectives as retirement, special meeting to conduct prayer The meeting was adjourned and verse effects. FAIR
mutual fund shares. Basi- building an estate, or pro- for the revival. refreshments were served by Mrs. Let's be extra careful with fire,
cally, all mutual funds pro- vidisng funds for the educa- President Jennifer Braxton call- George Holland and Mrs. Barney preserve our forests, industry and (Paid Political Advertisement)
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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968 PAGE TIimTJlEEN


to the attention of the BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA,
that the polling places in Pre-
cincts 2 (West Wewahitchka) and
7 (Beacon Hill) are not available
for use as polling places for the
forthcoming election, and
WHEREAS, the BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS has
determined that an emergency
exists at this time relative to the
polling places for Precincts Nos.


VOTE FOR and ELECT


VOTE FOR and ELECT
EDWARD "SMITTY"


SMITH

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT THREE


I am a graduate of Leon High School and have four sons.
Three of my sons are now attending Port St. Joe High School.
One is a graduate from Port St. Joe High and is now in the
U. S. Air Force.
I am sincerely interested in all the schools in our county,
and if elected I will work hard toward a better educational
program.
I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support On May 7






- NOTICE-

Dr. G. E. Butts, D.V.M., will be at hi's Office on,
the corner of First Street and Long Avenue on Sat-
urday, May 4, 1968, from 2:30 P.M. until 5:30 P.M.
D.S.T., for the purpose of vaccinating small animals
(Dogs, Cats, etc.) against Rabies. The amount of
$2.00 will be charged for each animal treated. All
persons are urged to have their animals treated at this
time for the protection of themselves, their families
and the community.

All animals will be registered and License Tags
obtained at the Vet's Office during the above time.
License Tags are $1.00 for the first, 50c for the sec-
ond and third animals, for :a maximum fee of $2.00
to any one owner.


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MEET

LAMAR HANCOCK
Candidate For

State Senator

Sixth District

. Let's give the PEOPLE a
Strong VOICE In Talahassee


PERSONAL DATA
Born August 2, 1920, at Bradley' Junc-
tion, Florida. Married Miss Helen Wil-
liams, St. Louis, Mo., 1940.
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
Graduate, Sebring, Florida, High School,
1938. Graduate University of Florida
with degree in Forestry, 1943. Was mem-
ber of varsity boxing team at Universi-
ty of Florida.
BUSINESS EXPERIENCE
Forester, Hamilton, Madison and Su-
wannee Counties, 1944 to 1946.
Began his own timber business in 1946,
a business he is successfully operating
today. He also maintains a herd of
cattle.
He is a Registered Forester.
RELIGIOUS BACKGROUND
He is an Episcopalian and -has served
his church as Senior Warden.
EXPERIENCE AT STATE LEVEL
Is member of the Florida Quality Ed-
ucation Commission; the Florida Com-
missicAn on Aging; and a member of
the Health and Welfare Committee of
the National Association of County Of-
ficials.


Legal Adv.
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, adopt-
ed a Resolution on November 14,
'967, providing for precinct boun-
daries and polling places within
Gulf County, Florida, and
WHEREAS, it has been brought


labor, materials, and equipment
and shall be responsible for the
entire. completion of the job.
Plans, specifications and con-
tract documents may be inspected
at the office of the Architect, and
may be procured by contractors
from- the Architect, Norman P.
Gross, 423 West Beach Drive, Pan-
ama City, Florida, upon a deposit
of: Port St. Joe Project, $150.00;
Wewahitchka Project, $100.00. The
full amount of deposit will be re-
turned to each general contractor
who submits a bid. Additional sets
of plans will be available at the
cost of reproduction, which will
not be refundable.
Cashier's check, certified check
or bid bond for not less than 5%
of the amount of the bid, or bids,
must accompany each proposal.
Performance, Labor and Mater-
ials Bond, and Workman's Com-
pensation Insurance will be requir-
ed of the successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any
or all proposals and waive techni-
calities.
R. MARION CRAIG, Supt.
Board of Public Instruction
Gulf County, Florida 3t
Norman P. Gross, Architect 4-18
P. 0. Box 2207
Panama City, Florida 32401
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NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 57
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids until 5:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., May 14, 1968, on the fol-
lowing:
24 Old Type "C" Steel Grates,
S.G. 2 Index 2445, Overall Mea-
surements 27%"x31" and 1%"
thick.
Price to include delivery in Port
St. Joe. Bid opening will be at 8:00
P.M. at the Regular City Commis-
sioners meeting May 14, 1968.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received.
C. W. BROCK 4-25
City Auditor and Clerk 3t


% cup finely shredded coconut
Combine cornstarch, two thirds
cup sugar and salt. Stir in milk.
Cook until thickened; stir occa-
sionally. Remove from heat. Fold
in rice and nuts. f
Beat egg yolks slightly. Stir into
remaining mixture; add flavoring.
Pour into six well-buttered 5 to 6
oz. custard cups. Set in shallow .
pan. Pour hot water around the
cups, 1 inch deep. Bake at 350 de-
grees F. about 301minutes or until!
set. : !


Beat egg whites until stiff but
not dry. Gradually beat in remain-
ing sugar and continue beating
until whites stand in stiff peaks.
Spread on top and sides of cus-
tards. Sprinkle lightly with co-
conut. Return to oven and bake 5
minutes or until flecked with
brown. Makes 6 servings.
QUICK TIPS
Grated cheese, added to mayon-
naise, gives zip to salads made with
peaches, pears or apples.
Cop off your regular cole slaw
by adding 1 small cut-up hot
cherry pepper to the dressing,
then tossing all together. Men love
this flavor with meat.

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GOVERNMENTAL SERVICE
Now serving his second term as Coun-
ty Commissioner, Suwannee County. He
was reelected without opposition. Now
serving as President of the State Asso-
ciation of County Commissioners. Served
two terms as director and one term as
vice president prior to becoming presi-
dent. Has appeared as a witness before
national committees in Washington,
D.C. on local governmental problems
and to present county viewpoints.
CIVIC CONTRIBUTIONS
Was named Man of the Year for 1967
in Suwannee County for outstanding
community service.
Is past President of the Suwannee Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce.
He was chairman of a five-year live-
stock promotion project that ended this
year as a huge success and a project
picked by CBS for showing on national
television.
Has served as president of the Suwan-
nee County Cattleman's Association and
the Suwannee County Chapter of the
University of Florida Alumni Assoc*-
tion.
He is an Elk and has been a Rotarian
and a Kiwanian. -
COUNTIES IN DISTRICT SIX
Columbia Franklin Gulf Hamilton
Jefferson Liberty Madison
Suwannee Taylor Wakulla


Elect LAMAR HANCOCK

Your

STATE SENATOR


(Pd. Pol. Adv., Authorized by Campaign Treas.)


2 and 7,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- *
SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF 3 n
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF da Ranked 3rd I
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, as fol-
lows:
1. That the polling places for
Precinct No. 2 be designated as the
Library Building in Wewahitchka, B s ns for '6 7
and the polling place for Precinct
No. 7 is designated as Green As- New businesses incorporated in figures.
bestos House on Canal Street, Florida last year totaled more than "Last year's new Florida firms
house being approximately 100
yards East of Highway 98. 12,000, a figure topped only by the were off-set by 503 business fail-
2. That the Resolution hereto-I nation's two most populous states, ures, as reported by Dun and Brad-
fore adopted relative to precinct the Florida State Chamber of Com- street, with current liabilities to-
boundaries and polling places is merce reported in its Weekly talking $35 million. These figures
hereby amended as provided in
paragraph 1 above, and said Reso-in Business Review .released yester- were down 21 per cent and 14 per
lution shall in all other respects day. cent respectively from the ten-year
remain in full force and effect. I "Last year's incorporations were average.
3. That a copy of this Resolution
be published two times in a ne two per cent more than the 1966 "Florida accounted last year for
paper of general circulation in total and 9 per cent over the aver- 6 per cent of the nation's new
Gulf County, Florida. age of the previous ten years. firms; for 4 per cent of the failing
This Resolution adopted this 9th 'A decided up-turn in the num- firms and for 3 per cent of the lia-
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION ber of incorporations in 'Florida abilities. Each of these proportions
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA took place last year. A drop of 8 shows improvement over 1966."
By: /s/ JAMES G. McDANIEL ;per cent during the first half of -
Chairman the year was followed by a 13 per
TIs GEORGE Y. CORE 2t cent gain in the second half.
Clerk 4-25 "Annual totals during the past W J v
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS decade have not shown consistent
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS gains. For example, in 1960, 1961
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS and 1963 there were drops from
Sealed bids in triplicate will be
received by the Board of Public the previous years totals. Gains
Instruction of Gulf County, at the since 1963 have been firm. In late
, office of the Superintendent in the 1966, however, monthly totals be-
County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, gan to slide and it is this down
Florida, up to 10:00 A.M., EST, trend which was stopped in mid-
May 28, 1968 at which time all bids td i a o n d
will be opened and read aloud for year last year. KITCHEN
the construction of school facili- "Almost all incorporations re-
ties at Port St. Joe, Florida and sult in the establishment of new CHATTER
Wewahitchka, Florida. or reorganized business or manu-
(a) Port St. Joe Junior-Senior or reorganized business or manu-
High School-area approximately f a c t uri n g establishments but by Florda Power Corp.
153,000 sq. ft. charters of no-profit organizations Are you searching for a des-
(b) Wewahitchka High School- are also included in the charter recy o hat is riffn rnt det
area approximately 54,000 sq. ft. sert recipe that is different, yet
Bids will be received individual- very basic and easy to prepare?
ly and collectively on both Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka facilities. This recipe combines the fine
The plan of these schools con-
sists of a series of circular "pods", flavors of rice and coconut giving
containing various class rooms you an elegant dessert. Wou't you
-':'and other school area require- try it?
SConstruction consists of single RICE and COCONUT SNOWBALLS
story buildings, with slab on grade, 2 tablespoons cornstarch
block and brick load bearing walls, 1 cuD sugar
pre-stressed concrete and/or bar 1/ teaspoon salt
joist roof construction with built
up roof on fiber deck, aluminum 2 cups milk
escape and black out windows, 2 cups cooked rice
.*o- A.. o' fully air conditioned using a cen- Y cup chopped pecans
-" tral hot and chilled water system, 3 eggs, separated
electrical, plumbing and heating.
-The contractor shall furnish all teaspoon brandy extract


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FOR QUALITY EDUCATION
Vote For and Elect
HERMAN R. ARD
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER -- DISTRICT 4


I am a graduate of Samson High School, Samson, Ala., and
attended Massey Draughn Business College in Montgomery,
Alabama.
I have been a resident of Gulf County for the past 18 years.
I am the father of two children, one of which attends Port St.
Joe Elementary School.
My interest is for better qualified education in Gulf Coun-
ty, since the future of Gulf County depends on the highest
quality of education. If you are interested in better educa-
tion, go to the polls May 7 and vbte for HERMAN R. ARD,
your School Board Member from District 4.
Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated.
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Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Ev-ning Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
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VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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H. W. GRIFFIN
Chief of Police .
City of Port St. Joe


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the MAN and HIS PUBLIC SERVICE


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'AGE FOURTEEN THE STAR, Pe.t St. Joe, Florida


o s i Delores G. Davis, Maxine Gant,
following statement in the form Dorothy Barlow, David Jones, Car-
of a motion, "I would like to rec- olyn L. Sealy, Lorine Woodyard,
Minutes oi' The ommend that each teacher and ad- Florence Sistrunk, Betty Bidwell,
ministrative personnel who are Barbara R. Shirley, Forrest Weed.
OARD f PUBI IN TRU TIOLN now absent from their respective Board Member Whitfield seconded
BOARD a o PUBLIC INSTRUCTO N duties in Gulf County, be put on the motion. Roemer, Rich and
probation for one year, and that if Whitfield voted YES. Money voted
any teacher or administrative per- NO.
sonnel should leave his or her post There being no further business,
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA ,and acting of duty without permission of the the Board adjourned to meet again
PORT ST. JOEch 8, 1968 FLORIDA and acting was opened with proper authority will be turned in in regular session on April 2, 1968
March 8, 1968 The meeng was opene to the certification section of the at 9:00 A.M., EST.
The Gulf County Board of Pub- prayer by Board Member Money. State Department of Education, WILLIAM ROEMER, Sr.,
lic Instruction met in special ses- The Board appointed Walter B. whereupon the certificate of such Chairman
sion on the above date. The fol- Trikosko to the position of Indus- teacher or personnel shall be con- ATTEST
lowing members were present and trial Arts teacher at Port St. Joe sidered as invalid for -the period R. MARION CRAIG, Supt.
acting: William Roemer, Sr., Chair- High School for the remainder of ofone year from thedateofviola-MAION CRAIG, Supt.
man; J. K. Whitfield, B. J. Rich, the school year 1967-68. tion." The motion failed for lack
Sr., and Eldridge Money. The Board discussed the rein- of a second POT ST.. March 5JOE, 196FLORIDA
Board member Raffield was ab- statement of the teachers who re-ofa second.T he Gulf County Board of Pub-
sent. 'signed. Board Member Whitfield made a The Gulf County Board of Pub-
The Superintendent was present, Board Member Money made the motion that the Board reconsider lic Instruction met in regular ses-
the action by which the resigna- sion on the above date. The fol-
tions of the teachers were accept- lowing members were present and
ed. Board Member Rich seconded acting: William Roemer, Sr., Chair-
the motion. Rich, Whitfield and man; Gene Raffield, Eldridge Mo-
Roemer voted YES. Money voted ney, J. K. Whitfield and B. J. Rich,
F 'D P'VE GIVIDM'NME T NO. The motion carried. Sr.
FOR rRO K 6YIVE GOV ERNMENTI Board Member Rich made a mo- The Superintendent was present
tion to reject the resignations and Iand acting.
to grant reinstatement to their The meeting was opened with
previous status and position of the prayer by Board Member,Money.
following teachers and administra- The minutes of the regular meet-
El e Ct tors subject to loss of pay during ing of February 13, 1968 and spe-
their absence and on an individual cial meetings of February 18, Feb-
basis: James McInnis, Netta Nib- ruary 19, February 26, and March
bLR o L lack,' C. Allen Scott, Jacque Price, 2, 1968 were read and approved as
Margaret D. Whitfield, Jean M. read.
Little, Minnie B. Howell, Gerald Mr. Charlie Parker appeared be-
R o b r L. K. Strobel, Carolyn E. Davis, Dena fore the Board representing a
R. Dickson, Vivian Ash, Flora group of patrons at Mexico Beach.
Strobel, Nadine Boyette, Alice Ma- Mr. Parker requested that the
Schen, Sherry P. Hurlbut, Zack Board allow the children of mili-
Wuthrich, Charles T. Watson, tary personnel living at Mexico
,B o b H o l n Frank Barnes, Sharon T. Watson, Beach and stationed at Tyndall
Willie Mae Daniel, Mary Roberts, Field to attend the Gulf County
Daisy Johnson, Bettie Jane Patter- Schools. He pointed out that this
son, Angeline Stone, Gerald Lew- had been customary for the past
COUNITY COMMISSIONER B ter, Janet Anderson, Charles Bar- two decades. The Superintendent
bee, Billy Barlow, James Kilbourn, explained that the Gulf County
Avaryee Martin, Virginia Harrison, Schools had accomodated the mili-
v Laura Geddie, Joseph Bousley, Bar- tary personnel residing at Mexico
District Five bara Whitfield, Floye Howard, Syl- Beach until the presence of their
via Ann Costin, Miriam Dismuke, children created overcrowded con-
Betty Sue Anchors, EdWin G. Wil- editions in the classrooms of the
liams, Ruby Bartlett, Charles Os- schools. The Tyndal Field children
QUALITFIED AND DEDICATED TO SERVE borne, Charyl Jones, Madeline were assigned until a maximum of
Wynn, Hugh Tones, Christine Wil- 30 students per classroom was rea-
ALL OF GULF COUNTY liams, Lula M. Wilson, Albert ched, at which time they were re-
Wynn,, Clarence Monette, Richard quested to attend the Tyndal Field
Adams, Jr., Mary M. Wilson, Ome- Elementary School where suffi-
ta Osborne, J. Haynes Brabham, cient facilities and personnel were
Margaret Biggs, Theophilus Barnes available. The decision to limit the
William Lane, F. Wayne Taylor, ,enrollment to 30 students was



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JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION


I THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968


made in the interest of the educa-
tional opportunities of the stu-
dents involved. Mr. Parker stated
that he felt that the Bay County
School System would make ar-
rangements for the Tyndal Field
children to attend school in Bay
County by the 1968-69 school year
and that they would have to attend
the Gulf County Schools only three
more months in this school year.
Board Member Money made a mo-
tion to allow the Tyndal Field chil-
dren residing at Mexico Beach to
attend the Gulf County Schools for
the remainder of the 1967-68
school year. Board Member Rich
seconded the motion. All voted
YES.
Walter Dodson appeared before
the Board representing the Florida
First National Bank at Port St. Joe.
He inquired about the Board's in-
tentions of equalizing the funds
accruing to Gulf County under
Florida Statute 136. The Board no-
tified Mr. Dodson that the funds
would be equally divided in the
two banks in the county as direct-
ed by a recent Circuit Court deci-
sion.
The Board discussed the employ-
ment of the substitute teachers
who are working as replacements
for the regular teachers during the
present crisis. Board Member Mo-
ney made a motion that the sub-
stitute teachers be employed on a
temporary basis until the crisis is
over. Board Member Raffield sec-
onded the motion. All voted YES.
The Superintendent read a reso-
lution from a group of citizens
from North Port St. Joe request-
ing that Washington High School
be closed until qualified teachers
were available. A petition with 97
signatures accompanied this reso-
lution. The Board directed the Sup-
erintendent to notify the commit-
tee members who submitted the
resolution that the Board was
bound by the Florida Laws to keep
the schools open with substitute
teachers. A Special Session of the
Legislature relaxed the educational
requirements for substitute teach-
ers during the present school cri-
sis. The Superintendent thanked
the committee members for their
interest and asked that they main-
tain their interest in the schools to
help develop the type of education-
al program that is best for our
children.
The Superintendent was direct-
ed to send a certified copy of the
resolution designating the St. Pet-
ersburg Bank and Trust Company
as the paying agent for the Bond
Issue obligating the race track
funds accruing to Gulf County. The
Bank stated that their records did
not reflect a certified copy of the
resolution at their disposal.
The Superintendent read a letter
from the Health, Education and
Welfare Department in Washing-
ton, D.C. confirming an agreement
made by the Board and that agency
concerning the desegregation of
the Gulf County Schools. The Sup-
erintendent was directed to write
this agency concerning a misinter-
pretation of the utilization of the
present Port St. Joe High School.
A copy of this letter is on file in
the Superintendent's office.
The Superintendent read a me-
morandum from Dr. Herman Frick,
Chairman of the Florida Commit-
tee of the Commission on Second-
ary Schools of the Southern Assoc-
iation of Colleges and Schools. The
memorandum stated that the Flor-
ida Committees would take into
consideration the crisis created by
the resignations of certified teach-
ing personnel and the subsequent
hiring of non-certified personnel in
making decisions concerning the
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later in the school year. at this school, was proposed by the
The Board accepted the resigna-! Superintendent to fill the vacancy.
tion of William Crawford as Indus- The Board directed the Superinten-
trial Arts teacher at Port St. Joe dent to secure a replacement for.
High School. Mr. Semmes as Agriculture teacher
The Board requested the teach- before consideration would be giv-
ers who had submitted resignations en to his appointment as assistant
to come to the Board meeting and principal.
discuss the procedures to be fol- There being no further business,
lowed if they desired reinstate- the Board adjourned to meet again
ment to their former positions. in special session on March 8, 1969-
The Board informed the teachers at 5:00 p.m., EST.
that they could not continue to ad- WILLIAM ROEMER, Sr., -
vocate their reinstatement if they Chairman
insisted on staying out of the class- ATTEST:
room past Monday, March 11, 1968. R. MARION CRAIG, Chmn.
The Board requested that the Tea- -i
chers petition to be reinstated to
their previous contractural status ,
and position. A special meeting PINES
was called for March 8, 1968 to
consider their reinstatement. Stand Tall
The Board discussed the vacancy I Fl r
created by the resignation of David In Florida's
Bidwell as Assistant Principal at
Wewahitchka High School. Hugh .. .Future!
Semmes, the Agriculture teacher

J ELECT CIRCUIT JUDGE HAL P.



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Vote For and Elect

Waylon Graham

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER -- 'DISTRICT FOUR

I am a graduate of high school and
have completed two and one-half years of
college. I have two children in Port St. Joe
Elementary School.
I am sincerely interested in all the
schools and, if elected, I solemnly pledge to
serve the people of my district and all the
citizens of Gulf County in a faithful, hon-
est, efficient and progressive manner.
Your vote and support will be greatly
apreeiated on May 7. GRAHAM.


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