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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 324e IHIUKOUAT, MUGUSI 2, 179o
Guf C(ounty Man
ShIn Viet Fighting
'Fred E. Land, 26, Land entered the Army- in
hka became Gulf June, 1967 and was stationed, at
'victim of the Viet- Ft: Knox,. Ky., prior to being
was announced by sent to Vietnam.
,esday. Ordered-to duty in Vietnam-in
leader ahd gunner September, 1967, Land w'ai'
ous Panther Mech- awarded the Purple Heart ,fbr
-iw, young Land wounds received on April 17 .of
ouiided July 30 and this. year. Other decorations in-
in -an: Army hospi- clouded the Combat Infantryman's
m, the Army said. Badge.
a 'native of Wewa- The bodiyis being returned-to
B .sthe son of Mr..- Wewahitchka Aid funeral an-
i tand;,He graduat- rangements will7'be announduqd
VewaItchka High later by Comfdrter Fu oeal
Home. ,. .-
- + Highland
A inb oks fr ca. i.
moI SLe. I O S
v dao t 6iaity +l."- -VVW II f i4
timber 10 Muncipal E tW. ..
w, v closed Tuesday iF -f iis
wek-with four ca ndtems:'reg-' Postmaster. Chaudcey Costin
Si:stenog seok ,CM% 1 announced this week that orders
four 'ss becoming% have been received from C. B.
The threl e inon r butc Fe a or Gladden, Regional Director of
re-election *rilh .only one. seat,
the one now dd"ldby Comni's the Atlanta Postal Region, to
slonpr Bob Hohmnd, 'cotessted. effect the closing of the 'High-
Bentop Hani of of .2116 Long land View Rural Branch at 2:00
*Avehue .qifiried late .'Tuesday P.M., on Saturday, Atgust 31.
aft to seek. election in
Gre II, opposing Holland. Costin stated that all postal
Ha e a di Holland were part of business which is now being
a 4Ild of four seeking' -letin transacted at the Highland VIhW
in Uti i. 1*6 6. Branch will be moved to thd P.rt
B yor Frank ate and St: Joe Post Office. Pa tons whb
Com.i loner T.om Coldewey curreitly- receive' general deliv-
are u6oppiosed in their bid for ery service at the branch will be
-" ". able to receive their pail at tie
Books Close Aug. 30
City Clerk Charles Brock an-
nounced this week that the City's
voter registration books will be
closed, at the close of the busi-
ness.day at the City Hall Friday,
August 30 at 5:00 p.m.
Those who wish to cast their
ballot in the September 10 mu-
nicipal election, who are not now
registered to vote in the City
have" until next Friday to regis-
ter. Registration in the county
does not qualify one to vote in
Those who desire to cast an
absentee,,ballot must apply for
the ballots by 5:00 p.m. Septem-
ber 4. Absentee ballots are now
available at the City Hall.
e Aug. 31
general delivery window of the
main post office or receive car-
rier delivery if residing within
the confines of the delivery area.
The losing of the Highland
View branch will -in no wise af-
feet iy eery service in the
Highland View community, Cos-
tin stated. Carriers will continue
to deliver mail to businesses
and residences as heretofore, the
postmaster said, also daily col-
lections will continue to be
made from collection boxes 'lo-
cated at the corner. of Highway
. 98 and Third Street and on Sev-
Gulf County Dtlueties I. .-.Dean and Wayne gro boy who dmmamed Wednesday afternoon.
White fig up their grappling 'hooks to drag the Looking on is Edward Carpenter, an employee of
Gulf County Canal (or the hbedy f -a young -No. Comforter Funeral Heme -Star photo
10-Year-Old Boy Drowns In Canal
The.body of 10-year-old Joe Al-
lena.,Thbmas was found early Sat-
urday morning by two Panama
City men who were setting, out
catfish lines. The body of the
.local youth was found at the
intersection of the Gulf County.
Canal and the Intracoastal Ca
nal between White City and Ov-
Young Thomas had drowned.
Wednesday afternoon, according
to authorities, while gathering
wild grapes on the banks of the
Gulf County Canal with three of
.Gulf County Sheriff's Deputy,
Wayne White said that Thomas
apparently decided to go for a
swim and drowned. White said
bthe water was shallow at the
spot Thomas went in for about
10 to 15 feet from the bank.
' Thomas' companions became
frightened _when he did not'
come 'up from underwater and
apparently because of their
fright, didn't tell anyone that the
boy. had drowned until about
2:00 p.m. Thursday.
The Gulf, County Sheriff's De-
partment immediately set up a
search operation, diving and
dragging for the body the re-
mainder of' the day Thursday
and all day Friday. Divers from
the Navy Mine Defense Labora-
tory in Panama City were also
brought into the search.
The drowning occurred- near
the old. lmnler storage yard of'
the St. Joe Lumber and Export
Funeral services for the
drowning victim were held Mohn-
day afternoon from the New
Bethel AME Church with the
Rev. King officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Survivors include, the parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Sapp of Port'
St. Joe; one sister, Mrs, Marjor-
ie Underwood and one brother,
Freddie Thomas, both of Port
St. Joe.' Also surviving are one
aunt, two uncles, one niece, one
nephew and a number of cou-
C and W Chapel was in charge
Robert Brunner, Florida Pow-
er Corporation manager present-
ed a comprehensive stfteet light-
ing plan to the City Commission
Tuesday night designed to pro-
perly light the City at night.
Brunner's. presentation, Was made
at the request of the Board.
Brunner pointed out that his
presentation was mord. or less
a reiteration of a program that
had been presented in 196%, He
stated that much of the program
had already been acdOmplished
during the past five years by
piece-meal installation 6fvarious
lights about the City. Ie pointed
out that in 1962 the City had
only 260 street light and now
has a total of 419. Tied plan pre-
sented by Brunner calls for a
'total 'of 701 lights.
'The Florida Power represen-
tative pointed out that the most
pressing needs at this time are
in North Port St. Joe and in the
older section, of Port St. Joe, be-
tween First and Nihth Streets.
He stated that neatly enough
lights are presently ih these sec-
tions, but that they .are of the
older type which do hot give off
too much light. He iecommend-
ed a three to five year plan of
replacing these lights with lar-
ger, more modern lights and a
program of adding lights to com-
ply with the plan.
Brunner recommended replac-
ing the older lights which give
off 1,000 lumens with a newer
light which would put out 4,000
lumens. He said that the rental
to the City woul4 be $1.50 per
light, per month,. more than the
City is n6V pay ig,- r--fou-
'times the lighMt twice the price.
The.Commis -Aked Brun-.
ner to present ait estlnated coht
for changing the lights -immed-
iately in the tw'. sections in his
recommendation at thed next
The' City has received a report
from the State Board of Health
on a special request to analyze
the City's water as to its entire
content. The City sends off water
samples daily for analysis, but
the complete analysis was a spe-
Water LCommissioner Bob Fox
told the Board that the analysis
showed the City's water to be so
pure, it is just a fraction above
distilled water. "I knew we had
good water," said Fox, "but I
had no idea it was that pure."
In other business, the City
I voted to bill the Gulf County
School Board $7,12215 for the
cost of running a six inch wa-
ter main to the new High School
building. The City agreed to
make a charge for anyone else
tying into the line and reimburse
the School Board by the amount
of the charges made in the fu-
Clerk Charles Brock notified
the Board that he has been no-
tified by Gulf County that the
City can expect to receive $30,-
000 during the next fiscal year
as its share of the Road and
Bridge Fund tax. The City had
budgeted $40,000 from 'this item.
The City received $35,000 from
this source last year.
The Board voted to call for
bids for materials to construct
a water line to the docks in or-
der to provide water for ships
calling here. The City has been
charging $1.50 per thousand gal-
lons to ships in the past, but de-
decided to increase this charge
to $2.50 per thousand to pay for
the installation of the new line.
The charge in the past had just
about'paid for cost of deliver-
ing the water through fire hoses
with no income from the water
Craig's Father Dies
SR. Marion Craig, Gulf County
Superintendent of Public In-
struction was called to Green-
.ville,. South Carolina Friday af-
ternoon by the death of his fa-
ther, R. C. Craig. Mr. Craig pas-
sed away Friday afternoon.at 4
p.mn. following a lengthy illness.
W. 0. Kennedy Dies
Suddenly At Home
. Funrpl --services- -were Jped-
Sunday afternoon fdiW. 0'. Ken-
nedy, age 54, of Oak Grove. The
services were held- from the Port
St. Joe Church of God with the
Rev. People of Springfield and
Rev. William N. Stephens, pas-
tor of the Highland View Bap-
tist Church officiating. Burial
was in Holly Hill Cemetery.
Kennedy passed away sudden-
ly Friday afternoon from an ap-
parent heart attack at his home.
Kennedy was a native of We-
wahitchka. and a long time resi-
dent of Oak Grove and Port St.
Joe. Mr. Kennedy was a carpen-
ter and electrical contractor.,
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Emma Kennedy of Oak
Grove; three sons, Jackie, Win-
dell and John Kennedy, all of
Oak Grove; a daughter, Mrs.
Marguerite Stokes of Blakely,
Ga.; five grandchildren and his
mother, Mrs. Walter Shuler of
Homestead. Mr. Kennedy is also
survived by .-three brothers,
Kemp Kennedy of Port St. Joe,
Leo Kennedy of Oak Grove. and
Ted Beard of Port St. Joe.
Comforter- Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
Jr. High Football Aspirants
Must Get Physical Excams
Football coah Wayne Taylor,-
announced this week' that the
first examinations for physical
fitness for boys who plan to par- .
ticipate in the junior high foot-
ball program will be held next
Tuesday from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
in the Gulf County' Health De-
partment building on Long Ave-
The second part. of the physi-
cal examination program will
be held Thursday, August 29 at
8:30 a.m. in the Health Depart-
mixer truck are, Doyle McMillan, job foreman;
Jack Taylor, Clerk of the Works and H. B. Hen-
derson of St. Joe Materials, Inc.
Orientation Classes Set
for New 7th Graders,
Tuesday, August 27, Port St.
Joe High School will have an
orientation session for all sev-
enth grade students and inter-
ested parents. The student orien-
tation will begin at 9:00 a.m.
with a general convocation in
the high school auditorium. Stu-
dents will be familiarized with
their entire school program and
introduced to their teachers for
the coming year. '
Buses will transport students
to the orientation program. The
White City bus will leave at 8:00
a.m. The Indian Pass bus will
Adults May Sign
Up for Classes
The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute, starts a new year Tuesday,
September 3. Any adult that is
interested in going back to
school is, urged to register on
H. F. Ayers, director and
teacher, will be registering pu-
pils all day in' the Centennial
There is a place for any adult,
regardless of his grade level.
Classes will be held mornings
and nights to fit the needs of the
If you are one of the many
adults who have for some rea-
son failed to finish high school,
this opportunity is offered to
Adults in the Washington
High School area should see Mr.
Wynn at Washington 'High
leave at 7:45 a.m., and the Ov-
erstreet bus which will pick up
students from Overstreet and
the entire beach area including
Mexico Beach, Beacon Hill, St.
Joe Beach, and Highland View
will leave at 7:45 a.m.
All seventh grade students are
urged to attend .
The meeting for parents will
be held at 8:00 p.m. In the High
School auditorium. ,An informa-
tive program is planned with
time slated for' questions and
discussions between parents and
Last Rites Held for
Mrs. Minnie Parker
Funeral services were held
Sunday at 3:00 prm. fron0 the
First Baptist Church .in Port St.
Joe for Mrs. Minnie Dora Par-
ker, age 60. Mrs. Parker, a. resi-
dent of Dalkeith passed away
Thursday. of last week in the Mu-
nicipal Hospital. Rev. C. Byron
Smith officiated at the services.
Interment was in Holly Hill Cem-
Mrs. Parker is .survived by her
husband, H. G. Parker of Dal-
keith; two sons, Donald, IL Par-
ker of Osceola, Ark and .Richard.
Glenn Parker of Dalkeith; four
brothers, Burford Green, John E.
Green and Clyde E. Green of
Panama City and Robert Green
of Fort Worth, Tet. She is also
survived by two sisters, Mrs.
Daisy Gore of Panama City and
Mrs. Amos Coon of Crestview;
and two grandchildren, Stevens
Leece of Ft. Myers and Leslie
Annette Parker of Osceola, Ark.
Register Tonight for College Courses
Gulf Coast Junior College will
hold a special registration ses-
sion at 6:00 p.m. tonight at the
Port St. Joe High School.
The special registration ses-
sion is being held tonight due to.
the fact that courses being of-
fered did not receive the needed
applicants in Apalachicola, We-
wahitchka or Port St. Joe at the
registration last Monday night.
College officials say, however,
that several courses were on the
point of receiving the needed 'ap-
plications and they are hopeful
that tonight's registration will
meet the needed extra enroll-
Among the courses expected
to receive the needed enroll-
ment are Mathematics 100, Mon-
day nights, Port St. Joe; Psycho-
ogy 201, Tuesday, Apalachicola;
Political Sc i e n c e, Thursday
night, Port St. Joe. A number of
other courses could be offered
if enrollment is sufficient at to-
All interested persons are urg-
ed to attend the special registra-
tion session tonight at 6:00 p.m.
City Board Receives Revised Plan
For Inmprovements Intr Lghts
First Concrete Poured At New School Site
The first concrete footings were poured on
the new Port St. Joe High School construction
project Saturday morning. Shown above watch-
ing the first batch of concrete come out of the
-.- THE' STAR. PeW t W SL I t.. THURSDAY,AUGUST 22. 1968
Register Matc es
*Tb4e has been a lot sieVd written as to the fool-
ishness of passing gun legislation to stop assassinations,
gun murders, gun robberies, etc. As Sedntor Everett
Dirkseh sdia to tho Republieatl Convention, 'It isn't the
Sgun thaf nds eg ig 'it's the finger on the trig-
ger" that needs our attention.
Many have pointed out that a criminal desiring to
.get a gun for his use in his chosen profession, can man-
age to get his ,hot little hands on any kind- of gun he
,wants or feels will fit his purposes. The proposed legis-
lation will only put a bind on law abiding citizens who
buy guns for sports activities, target shooting, or to be-
come members of gun clubs. They buy guns just as others
buy rods and reels, campers, boats, etc. The gun to the
large majority of our citizen is a tool to use in their pur-
suit of recreation.. .. or for protection in these troubled
*. times. There are many of us who own' guns who have
never pointed them at anybody, and "don't intend to.
One particularly good "play" orn the gun legislation
came out in Bob Sikes' Newsletter a couple of weeks ago.
The Newsletter contained a reprint of a' "Letter to the
Editor", written to the. Tallahassee Democrat by Mitchell
N. Drew of Quincy. The letter said, in part:
"Register Matches? I think all matches should
be registered. Everyone knows that arson; fire bombs,
'etc., are caused by matched and not by those' who strike
them. Registration of matches would absolutely stop
all such violent crimes. Further, I'm sure all honest
and law-abiding citizens will want to turn in their mat-
ches to the government and requisition one when they
can prove a legitimate need for it. Of course, it would
be reasonable to expect such a requisition to be accom-
panied by a promise to return the burned match to the
government together with a sworn statement by two
honorable witnesses that the match was used according
to law. Failing this, the only thing that I can see left
for the government to do is confiscate all matches."
If matches -are registered, the government can also
strike -a blow for health by refuiuig permits foi matches
to light cigarettes .,. or prevent forest fires by making
it illegal to requisition a match for this purpose or
cut down on fires caused at Christmas-time by candles on
Christmas trees by-refusing matches for lighting said'can-
dles ... or better regulate the use of fireworks by refus-
ing the fire to set them off. ad infinitim.'
TRAINING FOR COLLEGE
It may save. heartache and harsh words in some fam-
ilies if we share with some things we have learned by
*reading about higher education, in our country. Perhaps
as good a place as any to begin is with the case of an
East coast family. The father' earned a Doctor's deg ee,
and taught at two or three top-name universities. He is
.,the author of half-a-dozen books, at least two of which
have had national prominence. One of his sons survived
college. The second did riot.
After one semester, the father sternly told the sec-
ond son that it was not his responsibility to educate his
professors, that .he would win his sheepskin only if he
could learn the art of echoing what his professors intoned,
even if he knew the concepts to be cockeyed. This partic-
ular young man wouldn't. He quit, served a tour in the
marines, entered private enterprise, and-is on the way to
making it big. So we won't worry about him. He'll be
heard from. I
Another case: A young lady we know has become a
useful citizen and mother after being flunked in a senior
high school course for an essay documenting that the Tito
regime in Yugoslavia is a Communist, government. The
teacher had insisted no. Her father had entertained anti-
Communist refugees from Yugoslavia in 'their home. She
chose to take the "F" and earn the passing grade in a sum-
The point is that parent after parent can testify that
their youngsters in college can succeed only if they learn
to echo what their professors say. That frequently means
forgetting what they have learned earlier, what they have
absorbed at home, or in church, and what they may even
know as incontrovertible fact. One prominent father re-
ported recently that he had lectured his youngsters on the
art of regurgitation-literally ordered them to parrot
whatever garbage they heard from their professors in or-
der to get the treasured marks and diploma. He had, he
said, imparted enough truth' and guidance "in the home so,
that they could respond with the untruths heard in the'
halls of ivy, and revert to truth and reality when they
Academic freedom has come to be interpreted as li-
cense to teach personal conviction. Instruction has be-
come indoctrination. Not every place, but in too many.
I But after all, nobody ever got an education in college.
The most anybody learns is how to think, study, do re-
search and get along with the boss. Happily, professor
bosses in college are in command for bnly a semester or
two,,and the student can put up with them that long be-
fore moving on. --Copied
THE BEST THERE IS!
MT. ZION, ILL., REGION NEWS: '-'Land of the free
and home of the brave! Land where every babe starts
life with his $1650 share or more of Federal debt! Land
where every boy has a chance to grow up to be President,
or at least to be drafted! Land where every person is ab-
solutely free to choose his own job and work where he
wishes, provided the union will let him do it! Land where
if a fellow makes a dollar he can keep it, or spend it-ex-
cept for the 20 or 30 cents or more the government will
take. Hold on, let's start over. It is easy enough to be
sarcastic. This country of ours falls short of being per-
fect; yet where is one we might like better? We have
been reckless with our heritage, but we hav not yet dam-
aged it beyond recovery."
"The Rise of Communism
by ARTHUR W. McFADDEN
In the face of both political
opposition and peasantry oppo-
Eition, how was Communism able
to survive? Only a small handful
of men were able to control the
nation. In the first place, Lenin
surrounded himself with illiter-
4te peasants who had been ele-
S vated to "positions", mainly as
"police". Lenin had an excellent
espionage ring and informers
were well paid.
When we consider the econom-
ic strife of the country it is rea-
dily understood why a person or
persons would do anything for
food or money. And, a big fac-
tor, the people did not under-
stand the political significance
of Communism. 1
Last, but not least, opposition
in the political field was quickly
removed, usually by a,bullet. At
the time there were many peo-
ple working against Communism.
If ihey were men of influence
they were first denounced thru
the propaganda machine as an
"enemy of the people" and fol-
lowing this they met with acci-
Lenin held his position thrui
terrorism and force. (The same
tactics used then are still used
in the Communist countries of
the world. They have not chang-
ed. It is for this reason that when
we understand Communism-or,
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Entered as seeond-euas matter, December 1, 1987, at the Potoffle, Port St. Joe.
Florida, under Act of March S, l173.
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The spoken word ta given t attention the droted word I thogiztfnlly
welehed. The spokn vd barely aserte e pited word thbooua
i noes. The spoken word t lost; the printed word m u ,l.
the workings of a Communist
government, it seems odd that
contemporary diplomats and pol-
iticians are still taken in by Com-
munist propaganda that should
have worn itself out years ago-
but, the same propaganda is used
and unfortunately, still accept-
The peasants, after paying a
heavy tax, in kind, were allowed
to sell their remaining products.
Factories were handed over to
trusts or even individuals; pri-
vate' trade was licensed, but un-
der conditions which did not
guarantee it any stability.
The vast officialdom'created at
the outset by the Bolsheviks be-
cause they needed the support of
the persons involved was reduc-
'ed by the abolition of numbers
of superfluous posts-and those
who protested ended up in jail
or in a grave. The Communist
government now turned eagerly
to the "capitalist world" which
it did not cease to threaten, for
the resources required to main-
tain its own control in Russia.
At this time, without the aid?
and help of England, America,
France, etc., Communism would
have died either a natural or vio-
lent' death in Russia. And, even
in those early years, while hold-
ing put their hands ?for help
from England and America, and
receiving it, Lenin -and his pro-
paganda, machine ,was already
preaching to the people that the
ills of Russia were directly the
responsibility of the caplitalistic
'We turned a deaf ear to the
propaganda and, as usual, gave
everything and in return re-
ceived a slap on the face. The
new economic policy was Lenin's
last achievement. He had a
stroke in' the Spring of 1922 and
retired. He died on January 21,
The general direction of the
Communist party was taken over
by a triumvirate consisting of
Stalin, Kamenev and Zinovyev;
Trotsky was left out. Actually,
Lenin recommended that Trotsky
take over, but Stalin, through
use of his thugs, managed to
take hold of the reins. Lenin did
not want Stalin to hold a posi
tion of absolute authority be-
cause he was "'too brutal, dumb
y- .L' RAM.EY: i
As Other Editors
See It .
If you read the Panama City
paper Sunday (August 11) you
were likely somewhat shocked,
as was the writer of this story.
A Gulf County Grand Jury,
tile paper declared, charged the
School Board down there with
gross inefficiency and misfeas-
The grand jury charged that
its lengthy probe, going on since
March 4, has turned up gross
inefficiencies and misfeasance in
that part of the system adminis-
tering lunchrooms, attendance
and testing programs. '
Your writer has no close re-
lationship with any of the people
involved, but he is inclined to
doubt that many members of
many school boards know much
about lunchrooms, and testing
The article says that over 100
Gulf County citizens had peti-
tioned for the removal of H. C.
Holloway, Wewa School Princi-
pal. (Principals are recommend.
ed by county superintendents, a
fact which may have brought
down a bit of ire on the head
of Gulf Superintendent Marion
Any half alert and observant
man knows that a petition can
be filled with a hundred signa-
tures without much trouble. A
slightly more observant man will
know that people, if they are
bitter enough, can find fault with
any school system, much of it on
the true side. This hardly seems
to your writer to justify action
by a grand jury.
The embattled grand jury, ob
viously readers of the press, ar
calling on the office of Governo
Kirk for an investigation.
We always thought a grand
jury would indict people who
had committed a crime. Why di
they call on the governor?
I If the members of the Schoo
Board have stolen any money
or misbehaved in a criminal way
which we doubt, they should b
tried. Otherwise, they ought to
take their chances in the nex
If they are just a bit ineffic
ient, Gulf County is setting
perilous precedent for 66 othe
'school boards in our state, plu
almost everybody else.
The devil! Boys, ignorance i
not a crime, yet, the less w
call on Washington and Tall
the better off we are going to be
Calhoun County Record
Stalin engineered commercial
treaties with England, Germany,
Norway and other European
- countries, and trade missions
"were exchanged. Even in those
days, when Communism was in
its infancy, the Russian Trade
Missions had a primary mission
of playifig one capitalist country
against another. Hostile propa-
ganda and espionage were the
main functions of the Russian
(Continued Next Week)
In a way it has been a frustrating summer.
The Cardinals and the Tigers are almost sure to win the base-
ball penants with hardly no contest at all. And the -outcome,
of the World Series seems to be so sure -that Bascom Hamm is al-
ready taking, bets that the Cards will win the World Series.
This baseball honor hangs by such a slim thread:. We were
watching the Braves get beat by the Cards Sunday afternoon when
we figured up that if the Braves had defeated the Cards balf of
the games the two teams had played, the Braves would be really
be breathing down thq Cards' necks for the penant.
But they didn't and they aren't.
To add to the frustrating summer, the Republicans had a shoo-
in convention for Nixon and the Democrats are going to do the
same with Humphrey Even George Wallace is expected to be
a unanimous choice of his party to be a Presidential candidate.
No excitement at all.
Except at the drug ,stores.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29-9 fo 12
JACK and JILL
KINDERGARTEN OPENS SEPTEMBER 3 1
Is Now Representing Tommy Thomas Chevrolet Company in Panama
City and Invites All His Friends and Customers to Visit Him
Panama City, Florida
Port St. Joe, Florida
"LET US PROVE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY"
98 BY-PASS IN PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
THINGS YOU CAN LEARN AT THE DRUG STORE
Time was when all the "bull artists" met at the bench on the
sidewalk to swap their yarns and tell tall tales.
In Port St. Joe the champion "bull artists" gather at the drug
store either of the three it makes no difference take
your pick. Some of the "bull artists" also gather at the cafe and
oft the Motel, but they don't hold a candle to the variety of "bull
artists" that gather at the drug store.
Monday afternoon, we happened upon a "happening" around
Buzzett's coffee pot, back in that back room. It was going hot and
heavy. (We think what happened was that the coffee pot got wash-
ed and it bad everybody giddy headed.)
Dick McIntosh was saying, "Where are we going" (speaking of
the state of the nation). Mickey Stone said, I have that problem
solved,.l have bought me a camper and I'm going up on the side of
some mountain or out in the Western dessert throw away the
TV, cut the wires out of my radio and refuse to read a newspaper
I'm going to bury my hea'p in the sand. (One has to be careful
with this line of action, he'lehves a very vulnerable and easy-to-hit
target sticking up in plain sight).
Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., told Mickey that if he was going out
West. he would have to make reservations ahead of time to park
his 'trailer since all the lots in the state,.parks were full.
Bernard also bad to spiel forth about.the fact that only 10
years ago an outboard motor wasn't to be found at every home.
Now, they are a status symbol. Every house that is a house, has
to have a boat and motor parked in the front yard. It's part of
the system a man just isn't "with it" if he doesn't have a boat
and motor in his yard.
Mickey bad a come-back for that one too. "My 'neighbors
claim my boat and motor is nothing but a status, symbol now .
since it sets in the yard for six months between trips to the water.
1 But let nobody kid you, Bernard is trying to keep up with the
Joneses, too. He has to conform or at least he is taking a step
toward conforming. It was only Saturday that we saw a boat trailer
parked in his front yard. We expect to see a boat and then a mo-
s tor on that trailer any day now.
One must keep up appearances.
Briggs Scisson,(a Port St. Joe-transplant to Tallahassee) didn't
e say much except 'to wonder who Mississippi was finally going to
r set at the Democratic Convention which begins in earnest next
d You learn all kinds of things at the drug st res. For instance
0 you will find outmin any of the three that the majority of Northwest
S Florida (and some say the nation) will cast their votes for George
Wallace in November.. And you don't have to hang around long to
1 find this out.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1968 P"HE THK
kie You SURE You're Still
jigible to Cast Your Vote?
*bl' -C o o e '--
TALLAHASSEE Are you
surb yq. are still registered to
votet- .; .
If you don't vote regularly or
if you have moved within your
county during the past year, your
name may have been removed
from the voter registration books
without your being aware of it.
Secretary of State Tom Adams,
the State's chief election officer,
estimates that there "may be
more than 100,000 people in
Florida who think they are reg-
istered but .are not."
The reason, explains Adams, is
that ,all County Supervisors of
Elections purge their registrar.
tion rolls every two years to get
rid of the "deadwood".
A Dolly, A Polly And Wally
George Wallace, third party candidate for president, chats with
a colorful macaw and pretty Miss Sunken Gardens, Karol
Kelly, from St. Petersburg, Florida, who escorted the former
Alabama Governor through the attraction's large aviaries
where he delighted in feeding grapes to the birds and shook
hands with surprised visitors.
The Supervisors conduct their
purge either by mailing cards to
voters who have not voted in the
last two, years or by mailing
cards to everyone on 'their books.
So if you didn't return such a
purge card to your Supervisor,
your name automatically -was
stricken from the rolls.
"I urge. all voters who aren't
sure of their registration status
to check with their Supervisor of
Elections right away to make
sure you are still on the books,"
said Adnams.: "especially if -you
haven't voted in the past two
years or recently-moved to a new
address in your, county.
"Otherwise, you may be in for
a rude surprise when you go to
the polls on November 5 to vote
for President." "'
The Secretary of State said no
accurate figures were ,available
on the number of voters whose
names hali been removed from
the, rolls in the recent purge.
"But we do know the number
is sizeable because there are less
voters registered today than
there were in 1964", Adams said.
"And during these four years,
the population of Florida has in-
cr.eased by several hundred thou-
sand people and many of these
have registered to vote."
In November, 1964, a total of
-,5bl,546' persons were register-
ed. By the May primaries this
year, the total had: dropped to
"The only answer for the de-
cline under these circumstances"
said Adams, "is that the names
of a great many citizens still
iving in Florida have been stric-
ken from the books.
"If you are in doubt of y
voter registration status, you
better hurry and find out if
Want to be able to vote in
vember. The books close on
'by Florida Power Corp.
While school is out the child
may want to, have a wiener ro
or cook hamburgers for the ga
This simple recipe can be prep
ed by the girls who want to' se
a dessert in individual cups.
Lemon Cake Pudding
,2 cups sugar
1 cup flour
%, teaspoon salt
1. cup melted butter
2/3 cup lemon juice
Grated rind of 2 lemons
21h cups milk, scalded .
6 well-beaten egg yolks .
6 stiffly beaten egg whites
1. Combine sugar, flour, talt; a
lemon juice and grated rind`
2. Add butter to scalded mi
Stir gradually into beaten e
yolks. Add to first mixture.
3. Fold in stiffly beaten e
whites and pour into greas'ed c
4. Bake in custard cups in 3
degree oven for 45 minutes. Whl
baked, each dessert will have ci
tard on the bottom and spon
cake on top.
Makes 25 custard cups.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1968 PAGE FIVE
t L I pr
of Trash on Beach?
or the'ast montp or two, words have been
said bhut thet trash- that is showing up in the
water '0the beach. Some of the people- at the
be~~hi a blaming the trash on the industry here
in Poit St. Joe. Industry says, "tain't usi' But
the fact remains the trash is there--or so the
beach. people say. '*
This photograph shows more of the "gunk"
headed out into the bay and in the distance it
* .takes a curve toward the beaches. The photog-
GUESTS FROM TENNESSEE
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morris and
two children of Memphis, Tenn.,
and Johnny Morris of Bristol,
Tenn., were the recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Morris and Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Linton in White
If you can't stop,..
be ready to start
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shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good 'Service and De-
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and not sorry with Brake Parts
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rapher didn't follow the trash to see if it.made
it to the beach, or not.
In the above photo, trash and dirty foam can be seen boiling
,'up from the water wherethp dredge cutter head is operating. The
trail of trash went on downstream and formed the trail shown in
the other pictures. --Star photo
BIDS to PURCHASE
Will Be Received Until Thursday,
September 1 for the
OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Baltzell Ave. and Third Street
Successful Bidder Must Remove Building
- Church Reserves Right to Reject Any or All Bids -
MAIL BIDS TO
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
P. 0. Box 369
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
,1 _I -- _
McE STARI, Port St. Joe, Florkde
Fihnl Wgirldinn. Plnne. Annnimnratl nr
I ..IIu .RWoU ie U .I InI
Miss Ronnie Prince,
Fidal plans have been announ-
ced for the wedding of Miss Ron-
is Prince and John McDonald,
."Jr,, this week.
The services will be held Au-
-gust 25 at 4:00 p.m.. in the First
,'Presbyterian Church with Rev.
John, Ash, pastor, officiating.
Serving Miss Prince as her
maid of honor will be Miss San-
dra Scheffer. Bridesmaids will be
her cousin, Gail Simmons, of
Falls Church, Va. and her sister,
Miss Jackie Prince.
Mrs.Eileen Wright Elevated to Rani
Of "Life Master" In Bridge League
l rs.-Eleer Wright has been Association.
notified "by, .Easley Blickwood, The above piefure was
Executive Secretary of the Amer- .at the Regional bridge
ican Contract Bridge Leagde, of n.ent held in the City A
"f her elevation to the rating of ium in Mobile, Alabama, in
-Life. Master and as being eligi- when she and the other
Sble for. th, coveted "Gold Card" .pictured were recognize
*which designates 'she has joined their achievement.
the select group of 10,000 Life
Masters in the more than 600,-
000 American Contract Bridge Association
League members. Association
To become a Life Master'it Sets Art Show
Swas necessary for Mrs. Wright S t Show
to compete in Regional and Na-
tional bridge tournaments The Gulf Art Associat
against the outstanding bridge conduct an .-art-show Au
players in the 'United Sfates. and September 1 and 2, to
Si t in the Art Center at
As a Life Master, Mrs. Wright Beach.
becomes a life member of the AH' memhbor and non-w
Picnic lunch Slated
For Garden Club
The Porf St. Joe Garden. Club
will have, a picnic Juncheon at -
the home. of MI's. Ralph Nance
Friday. August 30 at 1:00 p.m.
Mrs. Ralph Nance and Mrs. 'Al
Hargraves will be hostesses for
All members are reminded to
come. Those interested in' the
. Garden Club are- invited to at-
wishing to display their art must
have them entered by 2:00 p.m.
Saturday. The showing time is
from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Cen-
Since the majority of the artists
in the association are from the
Port St. Joe area, an invitation is
extended to residents of the area
to come and see their accomplish-
A door prize of an oil painting
will be presented during the show.
An art association member will
be on hand at all times during the
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John McDonald, Jr.
Serving his son as best man
will be John S. McDonald, Sr.
Ushers will be Terry Cromer
of Gulf Breeze, Eric Hill of At-
Serving during the reebption
will be Edith McLawhon, Bar-
bara Martin, Sharon Robertson
and Linda Carter. Mrs. W. E.
White, sister of the bride, will
keep the bride's book.
All friends of the couple are
invited to attend the wedding
Miss Sandra Scheffer was the
honoree recently when Mrs. Faye
Burkett, Mrs. Glenda Kennedy
and Mrs. Francis Kirkland enter-
tained at a miscellaneous call-
ing shower at the Kirkland home
on Woodward Avenue.
On arrival, Miss Scheffer was
presented with a corsage of
white carnations by the hostess-
es. Her mother, Mrs. Marguerite
Scheffer, was also presented a
corsage as was Mrs. Evelyn Wil-
liams, mother of the prospective
Miss Scheffer will become the
YWA's Meet with
bride of, Charles Williams.
The refreshment table was
covered 'with' white lace accent-
ed with pink. The punch bowl
was encircled at the base with
pink gladioli and greenery.
- Mints, nuts and wedding cook-
ies were served from silver
The gift table was covered
with a white linen cutwork
Approxithiately 30' guests call-
ed or seA( gifts during the ap-
Vacation Bible School
Program Friday Night
Friday night, August 23, at 8:00
p.m., the children participating in
Vacation Bible School will present
a program at Faith Bible Church
Each group will give a brief re-
view. of the two week's .activities.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Carden and
son, George, returned to their
home in Hartselle, Ala., Wednes-
day of last week after visiting rela-
tives here and in Tallahassee. Mrs.,
Carden's mother, Mrs. T. V. Morris~
of Tallahassee, returned home with
them for a visit. Byron, the Car-
den's eldest son, remained here
for a few days visit with his grand-
parenfs, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Car-
den', and relatives in Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. Barry McGuigan
announce the birth of a son, Rob-
ert Edward, Aug. 6 in Charleston,
S. C. Mrs. McGuigan is the former
Miss Connie Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Laird
and big brother Scott of Birming-
ham, Ala., and formerly of Port St.
Joe, announce the arrival of a
new baby girl, Elizabeth Ann, born
The proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite of
Danielsville, Ga., and formerly of
Port St. Joe.
Herb Goode Tells Rotary of Goals
Miss Jeannine Britt' Set-by Gulf Coast Junior College
On Wednesday night, August 14,
the YWA's of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church met at the home
of Jeannine Britt. The meeting
was opened with prayer and Mrs.
George Holland read the prayer
* A short business session was
held. Jennifer Braxftn presented
the program, "Rising Expectations
-Rhodesia". Six members took
part on the program.
After the meeting was closed
with prayer, refreshments were
served by the hostess.
XEK Chapter Will
Open New Year
Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter and
Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi will celebrate "Beginning
Day,, Sunday, August 25 at 3:00
p.m. at the American Legion Hall
in Port St. Joe.
This event is held each year at
the beginning of the Sorority year
to outline plans for a progressive
and active year. The Beta Sigma
Phi theme for the 1968-69 year is
"Reach for the Stars" and the chap-
ter is looking for a busy and re-
warding -year of "Life, Learning
All members, new pledges, visit-
ing and newcomer Beta Sigma
Phi's are invited and urged to at-
Thrift Shop Names
Workers for Friday
The Thrift Shop. of the Hospital
Auxiliary will be open Friday, Au-
gust 23 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Workers for Friday will be Mrs.
Herb Goode, Director of Com-
munity Services at Gulf Coast
Junior College, outlined the three
major objectives of Gulf Coast
and other Florida Junior Col-
leges in a talk to the Port St.
Joe Rotary Club last Thursday.
Goode said that the Florida
junior colleges are unique from
those in other states. 'Tor the
most part, other -states have
jumped into the program too
quickly without the proper finan.
cial and research basis", said
Goode. "Florida -has 28 junior
colleges in operation, but ,these
.have been cdeat6.f over a per
iod of about 15 years and are
sound, institutions, both in fi-
nancing andi personnel .
Goode pointed out that Gulf
Coast, which is just over 10 years
old has 75"full time instructors,
with 12 part time instructors ca-
tering to 1600 full time stu-
dents and another 2000 adult
students in their community ser-
vices program. He pointed out
that the college is prepared to
offer most any subject that might
be desired or needed in their op-
erating area. "This speaks well
for the sound foundation of our
establishment", he said.
The Junior College offers three
basic services: Preparing stu-
dents for the final two years of
college; offering courses that
prepares trained men for.the job
field after two years of training
in technical areas and offers a
broad prOram of community ser-
vices, such as the special courses
offered ii Port St. Joe each year.
Guest~of. the club were Don
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to say with our deep-
est thoughts and deep apprecia-
tion, we the family of W. 0. Ken-
nedy wish to thank our many
friends for the many offerings of
food, flowers and their thought-
fulness during our great loss. May
God bless each and every one of
'HE W. 0. KENNEDY FAMILY
Emma, Margueritte, Jackie,
Windell and Jon
by B1ttq4 CkOek
An apple a day is the world's nicest way to get a bonus of
vitamins A and C. Besides, think how beautiful they are to
look at.-polished to a handsome shine and propped in a
wooden bowl. Bring them to the dinner table as a centerpiece,
too, then let them double as dessert with sliced Cheddar cheese
and crackers. Another day, convert the centerpiece to ambrosia,
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whipped cream. And before you put away the last of autumn's
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'CGiramoro Baked Apples. Apple appetites never had it so good.
A-PLERAISIN COBBLER CINNAl~MON BAKED APPLES
4 c 's sliced apples Choose baking apples, such as
S(aout 4 medium) Rome Beauty, Golden Deli-
, CuP raisins r cious or Greening.
% cup sugar
Y2 teaspoon cinnamon 'Heat oven to 375'. Wash, nore
Dash of salt and remove 1-inch strip of skin
'/2 cup water around middle of each apple
lI'2 cups New Bisquick or pare upper half of each to
2 tablespoon sugar prevent splitting. Place apples
1'3 cup milk upright in baking dish. Place
Heat oven to 400. Mix apples
and raisins in square pan,
9x9x2 inches. In small bowl,
blend % eup sugar, the cin-
namon, salt and water; pour
over apple mixture. Mix New
Bisquick, 2 tablespoons sugar
and the milk. On lightly
floured cloth-covered board,
roll dough into 9-incr square;
place over apple mixture. Bake
39 minutes or until crust Is.
golden: brown. 8 servings.
"Cobbled up" in a hurly.
in center of each apple Ito
tablespoons granulated o r
brown sugar, 1 teaspoon butter
and I teaspoon cinnamon.
Pour water (0 inch deep) into
baking dish. Bake until tender
when pierced with fork, 30
to 40 minutes. (Time will vay
with size and variety of apple.)
If desired spoon syrup in 'pan
over apples several times
Toppings: Fresh cream or ia
ruffle of whipped cream.
I wish to take this opportunity to thank all of
the people oPoit o St. Joe for confidence expressed
in me by returning me to the office as your Mayor-
Commissioner, without opposition, for another two
I will do my best to merit your support.
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AY parking. Something should be done about
3 nation' pb- In consequence..we have. half it if taxpayers are to survive and
nderm aet,. of our police in court sitting if our police protection is to have
es lea ve bIt around for hours on end wait-, any meaning.
a cling to t he ing for a case to come up when I am not a. lawyer or a Su-
m of ftquir- they are supposed to be patroll- preme Court Justice but I do be-
ear in ourt ir.g our streets and enforcing lieve God blessed me with a lit.
nt; 'even "'or law and order / tie common sense. I believe in
t or Illegally It just doesn't make any sense. justice and fair play but it seems
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AVID B. MAY, Owner
TH9E4#AR. Poft St. Joe. Florida
to me we have gone so far afiel
that we are penalizing the 'tax
payer and the public with anti
quated laws that require one. po
lice force to patrol the street
and another to spend its time
loafing around a court room ti
appear in a given case against
an offender. Most of these case,
are trivial and uncontested. Why
tie up an officer for hours to tes
tify against a law breaker when
the police report should be ac
. Joe's Newest Store
listr for Grand Prize
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d Molds ...... 77c
Large Plastic .
Laundry Baskets ........
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C. Wester, son of Mrs. Sue M.
'Wester of 216 Fourth Ave., High '
land View, has been promoted to
airman first class in the U. S. Air
Airman Wester is an administra- .
tive specialist at Lindsey Air Sta-
tion, Germany, with a unit of the
VU. S. Air Forces'in Europe. PHON
He is a'1966 graduate of Ruther-
S ford High School, Panama City.:
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1968
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Delegates from Port St., Joe and Northv
SFlorida are shown above in the Atlanta office
the director of the Housing and Urban Deve
ment Commission. The delegation was visil
the office in an effort to find some answers
various problems faced in the 10 county area
the Northwest Florida Economic Development
From left to right are Miss Betty Mitch
office secretary, Northwest' Florida EDA, B
fay; Tom S. Coldewey, Port St. Joe City Comi
ceptable evidence? I have a'
If the offender is not satisfied seen office
with the court's ruling he could hours wai
appeal'- and iew would for they should
most of them are guilty ands I am payi
know it. Unless this crazy coun- you are at
try comes to its senses and re- thing about
vamps its outdated idiotic court ed repres
proceedings, we can expect. less pect to pay
police protection,. more crime see more i
and complete disrespect for law scientious
and order. force for
AIC Roger D. Hallman go aly
Completes AF School from too
AIC Roger D. Hallman, son of years and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Hallmpn. of sense.
415 Iola Street, Port St. Joe, has Most ol
been graduated from a U. S. Air conscienti
Force Technical School at' Keesler more abu
AFB, Miss. g any othei
He was trained as an electronic are consta
equipment repairman and has been ity. But
assigned to a unit of the Tactical exercise
Air Command at MacDill AFB, the avera
Tampa. in a simi
The airman is a 1964 graduate
of. Port St. Joe High School and
attended Gu.lf Coast Junior Col-
'lege, Panama City.
GEORGE F. NEWSOME
George F. Newsome
George F. Newsome, now sta-
tioned in Baumbolder, Germany
was recently promoted tb the
rank of Sergeant. He haslbeen y
stationed in Germtany for a year.
Sgt. Newsome's wife dorothy Sch
and son, David, .live in White Pe
Willie Newsome and in-laws, Mr. Car
and Mrs. James Terry, also live Non-i
In White City. A s
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Donald C. Wester sou
Promoted IP Germany ro
Our city and county employ-
. ees all scream for more money.
I grant they are entitled to it in
most cases, but I feel the police
do more for a community than
do the firemen, the garbage col-
lectors, school teachers or any
other group., f
Without police protection, it
wouldn't make any difference
how many firemen, garbage col-
lectors, teachers or other em-
ployees your city might have.
The whole deck of cards rests on
law and order and it is time we
gave our police the considera-
tion they deserve and pay them
adequately, untie their hands
and back them up.
We' Invite You,
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to come in and see our
r Picture Frames
ts for All Occasions
Salad. Set, Pitcher and
* te Cruset Cook Ware
* Oneida Stainless
* New Congress Play-
* Bridgepoint (point
count) Playing. Cards
NOW OPEN 8:30 AM. td 6:30 P.M.
qE 227-5111 236 RED) AVENUE
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Vote and Support Will
A.'s New Expanded Housewares Section
PERCENT OFF ON ALL LAWN MOWERS
to Associate Store
-- Use Our Drive-In .Window -
ation In Atlanfa
Iest sioner; Mrs. Nadine Stone, Calhoun County Comrn
e of missoner; Thomas i. Walker, Director NW Flor-
lop- ida Development Commission, Bonifay; Fra'nk
ting Pate, Port St. Joe Mayor; Miss Pat May, Atlanta'
for office, HUD; Charles Brock, Port St. Joe City
a of Clerk; Bob Fox, City Commissioner; Silas R. Stone,
Ad-' City Attorney; *T. J. Armstrong, Director, Atlan-
ta office,.,HUD; Barry .Boswell, Director North-
hell, west Florida .Development Commission, Bonifay,
oni- and Wesley R. Ramsey, editor of The Star.
attended our courts and
ers lolling around for
ting to testify when
d be out on. the beat.
ng these men just as
id, unless we do some-
it it through our elect-
entatives, we can ex-
y more and more taxes,
and more capable, con-
officers leave the
better paying jobs.
nals, whether they' be
ers or traffic violators,
n their way.
ntry today is suffering
much law and too little
order; too many law-'
,not enough common
S our police are able,
ous men. They take
se than employees in
r public service. They
antly accused of brutal-
our records show they
more restraint than
age citizen would- exert
DON'T M'SS THIS
"Super.ight" F.ozen Chpped .
Beef Steaks 2-~ 1.29
"Super-Right" Extra Lean Freshly
Ground Beef 3 .Pg $1.49
Beed Short Ribs 38(
.. ,.,,,i<.ii~i., .
Delmonico Steak 1.58
I"Super-Right" Country Treat Whole Hog
Pork Sausage -L. Bag59c
JJI~F'S QUICK FROZEN'- 1 LB. PKG. ,
Beef& Onioip STEAKS 89c
BONUS VALUE PRICE
per place setting'
piece with every
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A&P BRAND CANNED
FRUIT & VEG. SALE!
* Apple Sauce
* Sliced Beetst
CARNATION SKIMMED : EXTRA SPECIAL!
MILK 14 -O0z.
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*. Cut Waxed, Eeans,
* W.K. GoldednCorn
* C.S. White Corn
* Fruit Cocktail
.f Tiny Green Limas
* Small Green Peas
A&P Frozen Leaf or Chopped A&P Brand 97% Caffein Free Vacuum Pack
SPINACH 10- I.P. Qc COFFEE 1-Lb.Can 69c
Ann Page Tomato. Ched-O-B;t American or Pimento P.ocess Spread
KETCHUP. 2 20 o.,-s 59 CHE E SE 2'b.Loaf 89(
Ann Page Fine, 'Broad or Extra Wide Northern Bathroom
NOODLES .31- L. gs. $100 TISS U E 4 Rol PaC, 39c
1/ Price Salel Maxwell House Instant 3c Off Label Hudson Paper
COFFEEYou Get Banded $149' T W EL Jumbo Roll 29c
Jane Parker Variety
4 -Lb. Loaves 89c
Jane Parker Spiced Iced 1
I 31-Lb.3oz.Loaves 1.00
IF UNABLE TO PURCHASE ANY ADVER-
TISED ITEM, PLEASE REQUEST A RAIN
CHECKI Prices in this Ad are Good
'through Saturday, August 24.
* Cut, Green Beans
* Tiny Whole Beets
* C.S. Golden Corn
F.S. Green Beans
Swt. Mixed Peas
I-Lb. Cans C
* Grapefruit Sections
* Whole Green Beans
1-Lb. Cans 97c
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS
BUT 1, GET ONE FREE
Deodorant You Ge 2
7-Oz. Cans i QM
For Only 079
A&P Brand Special!
Buffered Aspirin 00 ct. Bi. 49c
A&P Regular or Hard to Hold Speciall
Hair Spray 14-. Can 59c
A&P Regular or Menthol Speciall
Shave Cream 11-oz. Can 49c
A&P FluQride Speciall
Toothpaste 7.25z. Tube 39c
A&P Mulf~ple, Vitamins Plus Iron Speciall
hildrens Vitamins Bi. 79C,
A&P Brand Gargle &
100 Ct. Bottle'
14-oz. Bottle 49c
MAKE. THE N
8/1f tiru 8/24
8/26 t1ru 8/31
9/2 thru 9/7
9/9 thru 9/14
9/16 thru 9/21
9/23 thru 9/28
9/30 thru 10/5
10/1 thru 10/12
10/14 thru 10/19
1OST OF BONUS VALUE WEEKS: COMPLETE SCHEDULE BREOW
PLACE SETTING OFFER COMPLETE PIECE OFFEI
BREAD ; BUTTER
DINNER PLATE "
BREAD & BUTTER
4 SOUP' PLATES
4 SALAD PLATES -
SUGAR & CRqMEr
VEGETABLE BOWI r
SALT & PEPPER
4 CEREAL BOWLS
4 COFFEE MUGS
11,/" RD. MEAT TRAY
12" RD. PLATTER
10/28 thru 11/2 DINNER PLATE .99 4 SOUP PLATES .99 2.39
11/4 thrull/9 BREAD& BUTTER 2 C .39 4 SALADPLATI 1.99 .39
11/11 thru 11/16 CUP WTH EVERY 79 GRAVY BOAT 1.49 1.69
11/18 thru11/23 SAUCER -$5.00 .39 4 CEREAL Ot 1.99 2;$9
11/25 thru 11/30 FRUITDISH PURCHASE .39 4 COFFEEMUG$S 1.99,MII
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7 YEAR OPEN STOCK GUARANTEE .
PRICES RETURN TO REGULAR AFTER THIS SPECIAL
A BONUS VALUE
_ PLACE SETTING
PIECE EVERY WEEK!
23% with each and every $5 BONUS VALUE THIS WEEK
asel If you spend the averp DINNER PLATES
30 a week on groceries you
uy six pieces in a ingle each
u5 purchase @2
A BONUS VALUE
PIECE EVERY WEEK
No purchase required. Take ad.
vantage of every Bonus ValsU
and complete your service at a
fraction of its worth I
BONUS VALUE THIS WEEK!
4 SOUP PLATES
Miss"Bmremck -um 7
Hair Spray'3 99c j-a
GOOD THROUGH AUG. 25 8-24-68
winThcowoam "D #UK "1 STAMPS
S Oleo 1"-b 45c jax
GOOD THROUGH AUG. 25 8-24-68
C *U O BNUSVAUE
FEATURS EVEY WEE
THE STAft, oert St. Jee, Florida THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1968
'"' ', T g W.-As 'the' sum-
Vr o period nears its end
Wee Florida .Highway Patrol this
ueek cautitoed. motorists not to
suffer a letdown on' the return
."Even tough the vacation-ends
,,.and the"lixis over, you stiff haVe
. th imp t task of bringing you
and your family home safely," said
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School ... 9:45 A .
xM9pING WORSHIP 11:00 ALM.
S Methodiat Youth Fellowshp 6:00 P.M.
; &lvejing Worship 7:30 P.M.
:'BibleStudy (Wednesday) 7:80 P.M.
r "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Stli Surives"
'FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Comer Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ........
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday)
". "Come and Worship God With Us"
Two outstanding travel adven-
ture films will be shown at the
Port St. Joe Public Library Thurs-
day evening, August 22 at 7:30
Films to be shown are "Yankee
Sails Across Europe" and "The
Voyage of the Brigantine Yankee".
Both' were produced by the Nation-
al Geographic Society with AEtna
Life and Casualty as co-sponsor.
The hour long film program will
be enjoyed by every member. of
"Yankee Sails Across Europe"'-
is far more than a travelog, it cap-
tures the essence of life along tihe
continent's intricate network of ea-
nals and rivers from Marseilles to
Copenhagen. Viewers follow Cap-
tain Johnson as he noses "Yadkee"
across the mirror-like expanses of
the Saone, through murky, time-
crusted tunnels of the hilly rek-
ions, and into' the swirl of mari-
time activity on the Rhine. Fromn
flower-dappled meadows in France
to the treacherous sarid-hat tides
off Germany, the "Yankee" takes
viewers on a not-to-be-forgotten
ecursion into beauty and adven-
"The Voyage of the Brigantine
Yankee", narrated by Orson Welles
is a high adventure film that visits
far-away ports. Join the crew as
they watch New Hebrides island-
ers prove their manhood by hurt-
ling headlong to the ground from
a 73 foot tower. Turn back the
pages of history as the "Yankee"
visits historic Pitcairn Island and
the descendants of the "Bounty"
If you want one good reason
for switching to electric,
water heating, here it is:
You get a lower electric rate.
00 Homes with electric water heaters get the
new low rate of 114 cents per kilowatt-hour
on one-quarter of all electricity used in ,
excess of 180 kwh per month not just on
^ electricity for water heating.
They're always in hot water. You will be, too,
if you put in a Q-R electric water heater.
(Q-R stands for "quick recovery" means the he
S' water, you use is speedily replaced.) Another
G ';*reason is it's flameless so clean and safe.
And if you want one good reason for
switching NOW, here it is:
We'll give an installation allowance of $25
S" to residential customers who replace flame-typo
\ with electric water heaters between now
I and September 30th. '
*Ifyou're one of theseandhave not Your plumbing contractor or appliance dealer
applied for our water heaterdiscopnt, will arrange with us to give you this allowance.
please notify our nearest office. Then you'll be billed at the new low rato
If you have applied, "WH-DCO' on your and save on electric bills every month.
bill meansyou'irow getting the
water heater dis0ba t. There seems to be more than one good reason
why now is the time to...
S. c water heating
S"tO Q-R flameless e\ecvCw
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
YOUR TAX-PAYINO, INVESTOR-OWNED ELECTRIC COMPANY
Colonel H. N. Kirkman, Director crowded into each day. Rest stops
of the Department of Public Safe- about every two hours will offer a
ty. diversion t hlielp combat monot-
The veteran Patrol Commander any and- "highway hypnosis" said
said that because people tend to Kirkman..
"play" just as hard as they work, Kirkman concluded by saying,
fatigue will be one of the most "A letdown on your return, trip
dangerous factors affecting drivers could be disastrous. Stay alert.
returning from summertime' Vaca-
tions or outings.
Kirkman suggested that motor-
ists allow plenty of time for traVel NOTES FROM THE
before starting the trip home so
that too much driving will not be G C UN T
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County will receive
sealed bids from any,person, com-
pany, or corporation interested in
selling the County the following
described personal property:
One new boat complete with me-
chanical steering, running lights,
buLlt-in gas tank, ice box, wind-
shield and two swivel seats with
Overall length, 16 feet.
Sheer length, 17 feet, 5 inches.
Maximum beam, 7 feet, 2 inches.
Transom height, 20 inches.
Maximum depth, 37 inches.
Weight, approximate pounds, 700
Horsepower range, 35 to 125.
OBC Max. Rec. HP, 105.
OBC Max. Wt. Cap. lbs.,' 2100.
or persons at 150 lbs, 7.
Excess flotation above OBC rec-
ommendations, Ibs., 2100.
Bids will be received August 23,
1968 until 9:00 o'clock A.M.,' East-
ern Standard Time, at 'the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Port St. Joe, Florida. ,
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. .
BOARD of COUNTY
Gulf County s
I /s/ JAMES G. McDANIEL
SP aren f We have arranged to have a leading child photog-
rapher at our store on the dates shown below.
n age, any number of children accompanied by a
parent wil be photographed F R EE in vn Color.
ONE complimentary color portrait will be given
to each FAMILYras a gift from our store. (sot
S INS. & HANDLING)
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
to get a living portrait you will treasure always. Several poses are
taken and low cost additional portraits are available for those who
wish them. Group pictures will also be taken on approval.
This Is our way of saying "Come in to see us." If you are one of our
S any regular customers, this is a "Thank You" for your patronage.
Incidentally, we believe these color portraits to be something really
special. These are beautifully posed portraits-not snapshots-so
dress the children colorfully.
----- ONE DAY'ONLY ----
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22
10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Arnold's Furniture & TV
323 REID AVENUE PORT ST. JOE
L -- *.**-*' ''
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
.. cornerr Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL ......; 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP ..... ..... 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRANING UNION -... 5:45 P.M.
w EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE tWVdnesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
V1ITOR3 ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Con. ally Heated
Too many oils?
RPM DELO Multi-Service Oil
is the one oil best for both
diesel and gasoline engines.
Call your Standard Oil
Man in Port St. Joe
J. LAMAR (Pete) MILLER'
'Standard Oil Company (Inc. n Ky.)
m A... / ":I *-". :' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, .o, w A
Rv.CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
S I GU LOF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR a Prote ion' l f R B f
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS SARAH G. MORGAN BROGDON, cr eore
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION Plaintiff, -
The City Registration Books will vs. No. 3106 Social security now offers child- port.
be open for registration of quali- HENRY MORGAN and DAVID C. ren more, protection than ever be- "Thes e special requirements
fled voters at 9:00 A,3 August 1, GASKIN, fore. This statement was made to- have now been removed," Gamble
t the City Hall. he wishing rko NDe OTICE OF SUIT day by Ted A. Gamble, District said. Beginning February 1968,
register as voters for the Municipal TO: Henry Morgan, Morgan Distrib- Manager of the Panama City Social children may be paid benefits on
Election Primary to be held on uting Company, Opp, Alabama. Security Office. He stated that the their mother's record if she had
September 10, 1968, may register YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 1967 amendments to the Social enough work credits to be fully in-
between the hu' of 9:00 A.M. that an action for the termination Security Act provide children the sured. Gamble went on to say that
and 12:00 Noon and from 1:00 P.M. of a Trust known as SARAH G...
to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Fri- MORGAN TRUST has been filed same protection on their mother's, any person who has a child in their
day beginning August 1, 1968, and against you and you are required work record an on their father's care who may qualify for bene-
continuing through 5:00 o'clock to serve a copy of your written Prior to the 1967 amendments, fits due to this change, should get
.,hih time the registration books JOHNSTON, ESQ., Attorney for a child could receive social security in touch with their nearest social
will close. All persons who have Plaintiff, whose address is 406 benefits on his mother's record security office.
registered as electors in the City Magnolia Avenue, Panama City, only if she had worked under The Social Security Office for
of Port St. Joe since e Februaris', Florida, and file the original with covered employment for one-half this area is located at 1135 Har-
e5, are not qui tu -s- te lerk of te above-styled the time during the last three prison Ave., Panama City, Fla. 32401,
ter. Citizens of the United States Court on or before September 12, as ... ... .... 4,
who are qualified voters under the 11968, otherwise a Judgment may years before she retired, became and the hours are from 8:30 a.m.
state law, and who have been res- be entered against you for the re- disabled or died, or she had actual- to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Fri-
idents of the City of Poit St. Joe lief demanded in the Complaint ly provided most of the child's sup- day.
for six months and who Are twen- or Petition. ay.
ty-one years of age are eligible for WITNESS my hand and the seal year closes August 26.
registration. of said Court on August 6, 1968. Annual YaroCadaes nude 2 f d
C. W. BROCK 7-25 GEORGE Y. CORE 4t' Annual Y rborough Candidates include 112 for doc-
City Auditor and Clerk 5t Clerk of said Court 8-8 torates, 515 for master's degrees,
IN THE IRC C eunion Set 69 for juris doctor degrees from
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J. U DICIAL NOTICE OF REGULAR The annual Yarbrough family re- the College of Law, 25 specialists
CIRCUIT OF THE STAT MUNICIPAL ELECTION union will be held September 1 at education and 683 applicants for
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR w b h bachelor's degrees.
GULF COUNTY. CASE NO. Notice is hereby, given-that the Midway Methodist Church it was ....s s ,.- .
3103 First Primary for the election of announced this week. The church Graduates this month will be
JEWEL DEAN GRIFFIN, three City Commissioners, one Ma- is located four and a half miles recognized at the annual con-
Plaintiff, yor-Commissioner, one Commis- South of Geneva Alabama mencement ceremonies at Florida
vs. sioner in Group One (1) and one Feoul d noeneva,e Juname.a.
CECIL PAUL GRIFFIN, Commissioner in Group Two (2) Dinner will be served at noon..Feld next June..
Defendant will be held at the City Hall Fire IAll friends and relatives are in- O. Curtis Hammond, Jr., of Port,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Station inthe City of Port St. Joe, I to attend. St. Joe will receive his Bachelor of
NOTICE TO: CECIL PAUL GRIF- Florida. on Tuesday, September' 'ited to attend. Science e degree in Mechanical En-
FIN, whose residence is unknown. 10, 1968.'
On or before the 1st,-day of Sep- The polls will open at 7:00 gineering in the graduation cere-
tember, A. D., 1968, the Defendant o'clock AM. and will close at 7:00 0 H r. monies.
CECIL PAUL GRIFFIN, is required o'clock P.M., E.D.T. 1. U..o I1 llal1011, Jr. -.. .
to serve upon JAMES R. HANS- When there are more than two' .. ..
FORD, Plaintiffs Att6tney, whose candidates for any one office and D ge PINES
address is P. O. Box 283, Panama neither shall receive 'a majority TO E De r -
City, Florida, a copy of, and file of the total votes cast for such of- Stand Tall
with the Clerk of the Court the fice, then another election shall"' GAREVILLE-The University S ta nd all
with th Clerk e .w w d GAINESVILLE--The University
original of and answer to the Bill be held two weeks from the date .
of Complaint for divorce filed of the first election, or September of Florida expects to grant degrees In Florida s
against him. 24, 1968,. at which time the two to 1,404 students when the summer 4 F| _
Witness my hand ani seal of said candidates receiving the largest quarter of the 1967-68 academy I Future
Court, at Port St. Joe, Gulf County, number of votes in the former. aa c,
Florida, this 30th day of July, A.D., election shall be voted on again. 1
1968. C. W. BROCK 8-8
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE City Auditor and Clerk 4t
As Clerk of Said
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-8-1
I NOTICE NOTICE A I .
Notice is hereby given that af- Absentee Ballots for the Regular -
ter the first publication of this Election to be held September 10, ':.
notice, Thursday, August 15, I will 1968, may be applied for in person (
no longer be responsible for any or by mail from the City Clerk's
debts other than those incurred or office Port St. Joe, Florida, at Tp AStl Gravel -Sand
approved by me personally, any time during 20 days prior toT" o S| |V "n~ d0
4t-8-15 JASON DYKES Election until five days before the
Election, (15 days) August 21, 1968, _.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S until 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., September| Ready-Mix Concrete Fill Dirt
COURT IN AND FOR GULF 4, 1968. If there is a Run-Off Elec- C ce
COUNTY, FLORIDA tion, Absentee Ballots may be ap-
IN RE: Estate of MOSE T. DAN- plie for from September 11, 1968, Tra or d ump TruckWork
TITELS, deceased until 5:00 P.M., E.D.T., September Tro.tor ond Dump Truck Work
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 18, 1968. Completed Absentee Bal- -
All creditors of the es lots must be in the City Clerk's
Mose T. Daniels, deceased. are by 5:0 .M. E"D.T., Sep-
hereby notified and required to tember 4, 1968, for the Re gular -
file any claims or demands which *Eection ^a by September 18,o i
they may have against the said es-' "68 if there is a Run-Off Elec- ,
state in the office of the County tion. -
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, in ^C- W.BROCK 8 M 15
the courthouse at Port St. Joe, City Auditor and Clerk 4tl
Florida, within six (6) calendar M at ri a l sl IIn .
months from the date of the first CAS iE A -
publication of this notice. Each CLASSIFIED 4DS! r p 9 .
claim or demand must be in writ- Midget Investments That Yied y Phone, 227-2434 Night Phone~ ?,.7-490
ing and must state the place or Giant Retu,rns
residence and post office address
of the claimant and must be sworn
to by the claimant, his agent, or
his attorney, or it will become void ______._____ 1mm 1_ imp In
according to law. ,
JANIS R. DANIEJS
Administratrix of Estate
of Mose T. Daniels, mmm
Ir ,, rr
:,TtiffSTAI. Pen St. Joe. P;cilW
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 19
TR Cubb St e's
so juicy and so
just the thing for
you're hungry al-
Pkg. of. 6 4,49c
Shop RICH and SONS IGA
and Save Cash Money
We, urge you to compare food.
.prices and see for yourself.
We have the best variety and
best quality merchandise at
lowest possible prices.'
"At IGA we really care"
IGA, FRESH FROZEN ,
ALL FLAVORS MORTON
"Pot-It" .. TR,
Round Steak's got
Iti Goes great on'
your grill too ...
so so\'e now .
6 5OZ. p
STE AK SALE
TABLERITE BEEF FULL CUT AT
SiHOWBOAT B TABLERI
PORK and BEANS 5 s$1.00 SIRLOIN
GROUND BEEF --- 3 Ibs $1.19
Sliced BOLOGNA------lb. 59c
WIENERS- 12oz. pkg. 39c
BEEF LIVER- lb. 38c-
TABLERITE % LOIN SLICED
PORK CHOPSl---- b. 69c
RICH'S IGA WE SELL GRADE 'A'
GEORGIA GRADE "A" WHOLE
GRADE "A" QUARTERED FRYER
1 ., BREAST lb. 39c
B. 98 GRADE "A" QUARTERED FRYER
IGA TWIN PAK
TABLERITE BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP
lb. $1.09 BACON
48 OUNCE BOTTLE
WESSON OIL -- btl. 89c
DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 46'Oz.
J U ICE-------3 cans 89c
SWEET 10 8 OZ. SAVE 20c
S3 for 87c
Lady Scott B'room
Save More With A $10.00 Order
' gal. 29c
MAXWELL HOUSE With $10.00 Order or More
GA. GRADE 'A' With $10.00 Order or More
1 Doz. Large EGGS-----FREE!
FRESH GIREEN-Limit 5 Lbs. With $5.00 Order
PEANUTS BAG 4
1 9 GA, NO0 1 FRESH ELBERTA
R IESH .. .. II
BUTTER BEANS-- lb. 19c GOOD SINGLE
SGEORGIA ... BANAMAS lb. 10c
SWEET POTATOES -
VINE RIPENED FRESH '
lb. I Uc RED GRAPES, WHITE GRAPES, FANCY
NECTARINES and FANCY PLUMS
lb. 19c Fresh Fruit lb. 29c
LARGE EARS MOUNTAIN GROWN
FIELD CORN --6
Maxwell House Instant
ICE MILK COFFEE EGGS
Twin Pak 6 Oz. Jars GALA BIG ROLLS
HALF PAPER TOWI
GALLON4 c $1.1 "BAK lt
149 $ 9* 1 "BACK T
BLUE HORSE BINDER
STARTER SET -
GIRL TALK SCHOOL EJ
19C BINDER SET-
29c BINDER SET -
49c SPECIALS FOR A
SH AT RICH'S --- NOT STAMPS
FRESH SHELLED PEAS and -
BUTTER BEANS lb.
0 NI 0 NS ------- lb.
YELLOW SELECT 3 LB. BAG
ON I 0 NS ------bag
FRESH JUICY HONEYDEW
GA. GRADE "A" : $
4 doz. Small ,,1.00
20 Doz. Medium, -79c
ELS ---- 3 rolls 99c
0 SCHOOL SPECIALS"
.-S--EL ($1.28 vol.)
---------- only $2.98'0
---------- only $2.59,
UGUST 21, 22, 23 and 24
[GA With $10.00 Order or More
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DETERGENT --- gt. size
BAKERITE With $10.00 Order or More
SHORTENING, -- 3 lb. can
LADY SCOTT FACIAL
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Our Truck Hauls Two Big Lot
of Fresh Produce Each Wee
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THE STAR,' P .4 S. Jofe, f-f.tifd THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 196N PAGE ELEVEN
'the three-day program at 4-H
Camp Cloverleaf, Lake Placid,
according to John D. Haynie,
api-cultUtrist, Florida Agiicultur-
-al Extension Service.
The institutee opens Thursday
afternoon, August 15, with bee-
keeper's registration and judg-
ing of honey products. Miss Faye
Gordond, Mrs. Myra Miller and.
Mrs. Betty True of Avon Park,
will judge honey baked goods,
honey and fruit, honey, new hbdn-
-ey products, and beeswax can-
* dlgs. A gold trophy will be pre-
sedted for the best honey ,prod-
uct in the show.
'Bob Turner, pales" manager,
Lake Wiles Citrys Cooperative
Cannery, Lake Vales, will be
the guest speaker at the Thurs-r
day evening meetjngi Dr. W. G.
Eden, chairniahb the 'depart.
ment of entom61dgy and 'nenia-
tology, University of 1lorida,
will preside. .
Phil Packard,.'chibf apiary in-
spector, Florida 'Statet Depart-
merit of Agricultqre,-will discuss
field identification of bees at the
Friday morning sqssion...
S.- .L. Nation, ,biological
sciences professor, University of
Florida and F. A. Robinson, api-
culturist, Florida Agricultural
Experiment Stations, will pre-
sent the whys and hows of feed-
ing bees a pollen supplement.
Apiculturist Dr. Williamn Rob-
erts, Louisiana State University,
will give information on judging
and raising the Queen Bee.
Dr. E. W. Cake, economist,
farm management, Florida Agri-
cultural Extension Service, will
discuss bee business analysis.
Beekeepers will give pointers on
beekeeping in North, Central
anid South Florida. Gulf County
Agricultural Agent will present
this discussion for Northwest.
Beekeeping films, exhibits arid
equipment will be shown in the
afternoon. A square dance, call-
ed by Rhy Bailey of Tavares, will
round out Friday's program.
Saturday morning J. B. Smith,
Camp Cloverleaf caretaker, will
speak on the topic, "Beekeeping
-A New Challenge." Tom Green-
await, 4-H Agent, will discuss
4-H Club apiary projects.
Lester Moon, Jeweler and bee-
keeper of Tallahassee, will tell
how bees aid the businessman.
Young .beekeepers will have axi
'opportunity to compete in a hive
nailing contest before the insti-
tute closes Saturday noon.
The Florida State Beekeepers
Association will hold a business
meeting at the institute. Ross
Haynes, Dunedin, is president of
The beekeepers institute is
open to the public, and all in-
terested beekeepers and hobby-
ists are welcome to attend,
tfinmi ppelinh Apnd some
'toIki 7Y. for.-publid office of-
ften'0o- bdte with hot air.
*Sine 'oilk~p predict a long
oi ;su u still have time tb
.vote; fly 'jteppeUn and plant zin-
^^ s.. ,'"..'1"
yo- defidel o'i zinnias these
an ,lotzg acting flowers are sure
V "add brilliant- color' to your gar-
den druuix1-the hot diys..ahead.
Ift'you fel hunting for. t~.fodd .
and e unlh, plant- varieties .that
-i~re4snt 'cntrasting -eclors such
as the Peppermint -Stick and the
Ortho P'o1k1A. Thlt Daik Jewel will
produce ai'flow with twisted and
spiky pdta' .
,I a h'i lower, California
Giant and Super Giant 'are eye-
catching as with, mammoth
size'blosson i .,.
ZinLias-.. rd'.easy.to grow. T'hp
main 'essentials are: hot weather
and suQ1 ". So, select a. sunny
spot for e 'flower bed. ,Next,
loosen the'd: with a spade to, a
depth'of 12 inched'br more. During
the process,b.e sure to remove' in-
vading' tree ro".s fr-"'f tho bed
site Theq ntr.d6rs will give you
grief 4atr" by bobbing te, Tlo.qers
of plakilfod :and water, plus stunt- .
ing growth" ,' .
AftePr clearing -away the bed-s te
debri 'spftid the area &with a.
pene'9 I ,o"Wnt of. commerial
fertilzer~ .Mix, the blant foo~l' int"
the soil 'aid rake- the bed smooth
before e .
SPlaritthe serd no rpore' than
one eightinch deep and don't fr"-
the. soil muc In fact, you can pack
.theearthlwith the light spray "from
-.the gai-un h]ose.
I: ,ln arp' soi'] minnia. s,",s ger-
SYniinate within a few days and pro-
ducean easily identifiable seedling
that mnost- likely outgrows the
weeds. However, for fastest flower
growth "e sure to pull out the
weeds promptlyTas! they are a bog
for water, and' plant food;'
When zir-:' se-ilines srnd forth
their'.first true leaves, thin 'henm
to stand *8, tn 10 inches apart for *
small flowp'-d varieties and a full
18 inches 'or the giants. Delayed
thinning- will result in. stunted
growtii d f'." flo',ers.- To over-
come the& horrors of '-,sting -the
plants that are thinned, try plant-'
ing'the seeds abo"t tw'-ce.-too thick
only .on. half of the seedbed and
transplnI -'the thinned plants to
fill the .entire'-bed., This id good
garden psychology. Often the trans-
plants thrive bettLr and" produce
flowers A ieker than the undisturb-
If you can't bring yourself to
thinning, then it islikely, the plants
will grow..spindly-tall,.and will fall
over ,,When decked out w th a
" giant-sge blossom. If you find your-
Sself hii this predicament then give
the plants something to lean upon.
Green twine attached to green
,stakes afid'.strung two- thirds the
l height of the 'plants will help the
-".flowening plants to stand up and
wave 'their blossoms skyward.
'Space .the twine so as to form 6-
inch squares:" If you have .only a
few spindly plants, perhaps it will
be' easier to stake each plant and
omit the ilaz$ of string.
Inspect the 'zinnia bed each after-
noon..If there in the slightest sign
.-of droppingg leaves, flood the soil
wetting it well below the last root
of the' plants. Don't sprinkle the
leaves of .the plant, because you
are inviting trouble frotn mildew.
If .this disease :shows up apply
either,a'A stilfur dust or a neutral
t 'or more blossoms, pinch out
the' bud of each zinnia plant just
before you think the plant is about
to set a single flower bud. This
-; may delay flowering a few days,
A. .but it will cause the plant to send
up two. or more flowers and add a
massive bank of blossoms rather
*'. than' a "single color head.
Finally, for the fanciest cut
-' flowers, you have ever seen, try
covering'some of your plants with
'cheesecloth before the first flowers
are. ready to' open. The filtered
light and protection from insects
-" make fldWers of super giant size,
Clear colo and superb quality.
with modern wrap-around high performanco..tread design
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SIZE st TIRE 2nd TIRE Ist TIRE 2nd'TIRE (Per'iTire)
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7.75-14 23.75 11.87 27.00 13.50 2.19
8.151 27.25 13.62 30.50 15.25 2.36
8.455 30.00 15.00 33.00 16.50 2.5
8.85-15 4' 2.76
9.-15 -- --- 36.50 18.25 2.76
All prices PLUS taxes and trade-in tires off your car.
g|All prices PLUS taxes and trade-in tires off your car. *
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and materials and' all normal road hazard Injuries encountered
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depth wear and based on Firestone adjustment price for re-
placement tire at time of adjustmentL Firestone adjustment
prices are intended to, but may not, repl. t approximate
current average selling prices and are change with '
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Take' months to pay
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;W.K.TH4 ~A.-A1UGUST 2,-4 M6H7STAR. pert St. FiorPtIs
SchoOl Board Objects to
A, story- on the front page of prominence in the newspaper.
the Panama City News-Herald of The letter, written by the
Sunday, August 10,- headlined 1- Board was as follows:
"Jury Levels '.Chariges at.' Gulf-. The Board of Public Instruc-
County SchoolBoB01',odrew the' of Gulf County, Florida, met
,attention .f %the -ord, in spa- in special meeting on Frday, Au-
cial meeting Friday afternoon of gut 16,'. 1968, at' the County,
last week. Court House, Port St. Joe, Flor-.
In the. special etng, .the ida, and the first order of busi-
Board drafted a' letter to the. ness was the-discussion of,.1he
newspaper objecting to the tone "'i/fal reportt of the Gulf County
of the headline and asked that... Grand Jury dated August 0, i968
their objection be given equal and thehe. ealines in the August
I11,. 1968, issue of the Panama
City Nqws-Herald, .stating '"Jury.
Levels Charges at Gulf County
S' School Board". Upon motion of
S:' board, member Raffield, second.
"-. ed by Rich, and unanimously ap-
REQVIBS FOR BIDS proved by the 'board, it was de-
The Gulf County Board of Pub- cided thatthe final report of the
lie Instruction has approximately Grand Jury be answered, and
two tons of paper on hand in its that the Panama City News-Her-
School Textbook Depository locat-, aid be requested, to print the an-
ed at the Gulf County Courthouse, .-Aer of the Board in full.
Port St. Joe, Florida. This paper er e B n
is in the form of old, outdated it Was unanimously agreed by
textbooks and o h e r unusable the Board that it was unfortun-
books ate that the Panama City News-
Sidt 68 this ap er should .be pre- herald failed to place emphasis
tented to R. Marion Craig, Super-
intendent of Public Instruction, P. on the fhct that the Grand Jury
0. Box 969,' Port St. Joe, Florida report contained at least ten _
on or before August 29, 1968, The items in its report e6mtniending
board-reseves the aight te ect he Board f? Its Work in the
any and all, bids and its decision .iile t,,i stem. In fact,
shall be final. '- 1 l system. In fact,
Sthe 6hly inefficiencies alleged
in the entire report were in one
S NOTICE TO BID -- paragraph relating to the admin-
BID NO. 61 istrative programs for lunch-
The City of Port St. Joe will re- rooms, attendance and testing.
teive sealed bids until 5:00 P.M., The comments of the Panama
EDT, September 3, 1968, on' the City News-Herald relating to the'
following: report unfortunately would Iave
p00' 3" domestic galvanized pipe
with sleeves.ti galvanized ppe an impression with the general
2 3" plugs -. public that the board w r6ssly
4 3"xl" Tees '. "- ? inefficient in its 'bDihtibi' of
3 3"x45 degree EUs the administrative u'rgrams re-
4 3"x90 degree Ells '- lating to Gulf County lunch-
1 3"x3"nfTees rooms, attendance and testing
11 3"x8" Nipples programs, and would leave the
2 3" horizontal check valves conclusion that the board would
Svalve screw ends, be subject to removal by the,
bronzee gates,' S, "AWWA governor for such inefficiencies.
1 3" cap Tthe board would welcome any
The above: may be bid on 2%" investigation by the Governor of
: or t e" e .delivery Florida of any activities or funt
EPee to inelelivery f.,
St. Joe. Request date of d Ive tons in the public school ys
be included in bid. Bid ol .l tern of Gulf County for which
will be at 8:00 p.m. at the r ii they are responsible.
City Commissioners meettg S~e- The use of the word "misfea-
tember 3, 1968.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves sance" in the Grand lurv report
the right to reject any or all bids denotes a failure tb 'do a lawful
received. act in the propet manner.' The
City Auditor and Clerk effect 'of the ttre of this word
V E E'
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th Sti, Panama City
We have your Faevorite ngrances an4..
-. Cosmetcs by -
Fabe'r e Helena Rubinstein
B inpe.iBel i.
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:For the highest phaautic standards, low prices
cousistnt wh.quaty aidthe pesal attention you .
canrfaws"`ir'-d. upo.,bring you prescriptions to
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bve-In Wind.w Free Parking
.. -A o n 317 Williams Ave. tPhone 227-3371
NEW YORK (ED).-In my opinion the nation's economic
objectives may see little change regardless ofwho wins the
presidency in November. Any change will be in terms of
degree, or. emphasis on a cen- o
t~al theme, rather than com- by the eiid of this year. But no
.pletely divergenut, postures, on recession. The recently enacted
SIolicy." surtax. and federal spending
1 .Leading cut package wes designed to
contenders alow down our economic expan-
for the presi- sion. That was the whole objec-.
Sdency 'have tive. And I think it will succeed.
all embraced The fiscal package will achieve
th e n:b w a $2bilion swingin the-fed-
taken for eral' nuget-from an peted
s.U granted eco- 225'BBh deficit to a M5bilion
iomc objective of."full employ- deficit. Tje muMper effect
ment." And so have most sic-a.angwill,:in fact,pro-
elected senators and represent. duce. 4 lowdown in the' eco.
,itives. Therefore,; irrespective none growth rate.
'0 who heads the next adminis- Today, however, a business
ration, the economic objective downturn no longer affords a!
of. moderate growth aid rela. basis. for.predicting sharp de-1
t. tve .price ability within a lines' in income,, outpu and'
framework fulempl yen employymenm (classcally: a re-
o- the nation, esourcea-will ceso^n ,-.. .i last
, qontin e.w I.')" o e-a-le,
EvaltIlo; of the nation's year's produced
economic health is determined n.o .g r. o serious than a
by the intelligence, competence slowdo tthe nation's ratp of
and judgment of political lad- growth. -Nevertheless, several
ers, and with- a 'presidential analysts ,jld previously con-
election scheduled in. just three clouded that our economy was
months there is obviously pub- beaded, inevitably, into a reces-
lic concern'as to the economic sion. Tbhy were wrong. And in
significance of.its outcome, my opmu n.those who again are
I believe a slowdown in the predictifi a recession will -
econumic growth rate will occur again -dj wrong."
,. ." .- .
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
was, to say that the Grand Jury
felt. that they would conduct
these programs in a different
manner than that which' the
Boaid does. Nowhere in the re-
port did the Grand Jury state
the nature of the inefficencies or
'te 'actual -misfeasance: which
was alleged, nor'.did the, Grand
'Jury say that the board was not
administering these programs in
a lawful manner.
"Although- the' Panama City
NeWs-Hrald item" of August 11
.tA4ed 'tat the .Grand Jury was
critical ,of the rehiring of Hatr-
rell C. THolloway, principal of
Wewahitchka -High School, the
report does hot "contain any cri-
ticism in this respect. It simply
mentions that a petition was pre-
sented to the Grand Jury by over
one hundred citizens requesting
the resignation of Harrell C.
Holloway as principal of Wewa-
hitchka High School'. The board
did not consider this as a func-
tion of the Grand Jury to deter-
mine who should .be hired and
-fired in the Gulf County public
- "The boead Instructed their at-
torney to immediately file a mo-
tion before the court to expunge
paragraph 7 of the further rec-
ommendations of the Grand Jury
nSeral Held for
Mrs. Dorothy Louise Cook, age
47, a resident of Wewahitchka,
passed away .ht 10:00 p.ni. Sunday,
in a Panama City hospital follouv-
ing a short illness. .....
Mis. Cook is survived by two
daughters, Mrs: Ramnona Elier oi
Houston, -Treias and Miss Shirlek
Ann Coek 'of Wewahitehka; he- f.-
theiN 'nmes J. 'Culifer of Pinkard,
Alabama and 'her mother, Mrs.
Annie eummie Cullifer of Wewa-
hitchka; two 'grandchildren and
one brother, Doug Cullifer of We-
Funeral services for Mrs. Cook
weLe held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Wewahitchka Methodist Church
conducted by Rev. John Ash, pa.s-
tor of the Presbyterian Church. In-
terment was in Evergreen Memor-
ial Garden Cemetery in Panama
Services were under the direc-
tion of Comforter Funeral Home
of Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka.
Bey Scout Troop 47
Troop 47 of Port St. Joe Boy
Scouts finished building their
store room addition to the Boy
Scout Hut last Monday night. It
took three weeks to complete the
Dr. King finished putting down
the floor on the porch.
relating o inefficiencies on the
grounds that there were no spe-
cific inellicencies mentioned in
., said report as to the admnistra-
tive programs relating to Gulf
County lunchrooms, attendance
and testing programs, nor was
there any charge that the board
had not lawfully carried out
It was unanimously agreed by
the board that the Panama City
News-Herald be immediately re-
quested to 'rint in print of equal
size as' that of their article of
August 11 1968, thed nswen of
the board'il response to said ar-
M: urine Co. eture
e 71415 MONUMENT rMARKSTHE
SITE OF THE MOST FAMOUS INDIAH
BAiTLE IN A4MEICAN HISTORY.
INY.oL.NOW '.LN. nNow
IVN9QIA 4"i u-u.iW sAM.sii
Good eaes mea ga/memes.
Csm #ryureges // a/f Mimes.
I ART TIME
1 en with spare time -- retir-
ed s&vice men, retired business
meid' are the type men we are
loofnhg for, Earn more with us
than on most full-time jobs.
SELL ABC FENCE with No
D*wn Payment Low
; 'Monthly Payments
Start earning $100 to $200
per week working strictly
S No investment required. We
Sfu;nish all sales aids, samples,
advertising and etc.
'0No experience necessary, we
This is an unusual opportunity.
VMEN NEEDED IN
PORT ST. JOE
Write Phone Wiro
ABC Fence Industries
.Largest Independent Retailer of
Chain Link Fence in the USA
Attention: Jack W. Thomas, Part-
' ner. P. 0. Box 4236, Mobile, Ala-
bama 36604. Phone 479-1485. !
FOR SALE: Drum set. Includes HELP WANTED: Male or female.
bass drum, snare and tom-tom.1 2 short order cooks and curb
Foot peddle and stands, 16" sizzle girl. Must be over 21. Apply in per- B
cymble, sticks, wire brushes and son, noon til 6 p.m., St. Joe Bowl-
mallets. Color, red sparkle. $170. iing Lanes, W. Hiway 98.
See at 1902 Juniper Ave. or call I
229 4486. ltp-8-22 WANTED: Used tent, in good con-
I edition. Will rent or buyi To
FOR SALE: Used office equipment, sleep four.. Must be waterproof.
See Bill Carr, phone 229-3011. tc Phone 648-6260. .. I
FOR SALE: 1961 Chevrolet engine, WANTED: Nice -beachfroht home.
6 cylinde." and accessories, plus Wanted by particular couple for
transmission (manual). All for $150 year or at least .througlI winter.
227-4611. Bob Ellzey. Call 648-4197. 2tp-8-22
FOR SALE: 1965 Galaxie 500 Ford WANTED: Low Priced Lad: Small
4-door sedan. Low mileage, air or large tracts,' improve or u ,
conditioned, good tires, clean, one improved. Include price ld term
owner. Call 227-7221 during the in your letter. Write N. Z.elgelman.
day. Box 52, Gravois Mills, issour,
65037. 4tp- .
FOR SALE: 1962 Jeep Wagon. 4- V .
wheel drive, Warren hubs. Good WILL KEEP CHILDREN in ,.
price for quick sale. Phone 227- home, week days or 6ht. p; '
3151 or Galloway, .653-5932, Apala- 229-3053. -i tfc-8-22
-l;Ui -._L nf _
FOR SALE: House at 115 Bellamy
Circle. For information call S.
E. Morris, Panama City, 763-7441
day or 763-3769 night, tfc-8-1
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 1%,
baths, living room 18x18 with
carpet and drapes. Living kitchen.
Situated on two lots at 1016 Mar-
vin Ave. $13,500. Phone 227-
LOTS FOR SALE: Located in sec-
ond block from nice quiet beach,
cleared ready to build on. 75'x
150'. Easy monthly terms. $750 to
$950 cash price. Call Ralph P.
Nance. -3484370.' tfc-6-27
FOR SALE: Three 2-bedroom hou-
ses, Duval St Dak Grove. $3500.
each. On nice lots. Phone 229.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block house
on corner lot in Highland View.
Phone 229-2486. tfc-8-1
FOR SALE: 1 acre land.. 4 miles
South of Wewahitchka at Honey-
ville. Near highway. Some fruit
trees. Phone 229-3251, Port St. Joe.
FOR SALE: House. 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, 2 carports, central heat-
ing, 2 acres land. Has to be seen
to be appreciated. Phone 648-3332
or 229-2061. tfc-5-30
FOR SALE: Three bedroom brick
I home on two corner lots. Central
air and heat. Buy owner's equity
for only $1,000 and asa-dme elisting
tf FRANK HANNON 7-18
221 Reid Ave. 227-3491
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame
hbore, 1 baths, separate dining,
living room, large kitchen, knotty
pine walls throughout, 2 large
screened porches, fenced in back
yard. Equity and payments or re-
finance. 125 Hunter Circle. 227-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home, 1310
Woodward Ave. Den, carpet in
living room, % ton window air
conditioner, new outside paint, nat-
ural gas heating and hot water
system. Spacious yard with well
for watering. Home in excellent
condition. Priced to sell. Call 227-
FOR SALE: Masonry home at 1305
SWoodward Ave. Fireplace in den
with carpet. Air conditioner. Insu-
lated. 14'x20' workshop. Shallow
well. .$10,900. Seller will pay half
of losingg cost. ', 3t-8-22
HOUSES FOR SALE: To move off
property. Ideal beach cottages.
Call 227-2401 any time. tfc-8-1
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom single dwel-
ling on Palm Blvd. See Cecil
G. Costin Jr. Phone 227-4311.
FOR RENT: Trailer space. $12.00
per month. Phone 648-4860.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house on First Street in High-
land View. Call 648-4101. tfc-8-8
FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment.
510 8th Street. Phone Jean Ar-
nold, 648-4800. tfc-8-15
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a rt-
rients. Cool In summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They must be seen to be apprec-
lated Also NICE TRAILER PARK
ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park. White City. tfe-10-12
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house on First Street in HIgh-
land View. $35.00 month. Call 648-
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Luw down payment. Phone 227
GOOD SELECTION of used TV's.
Arnold's Furniture & TV. 323
Reid Ave. tfc-2-29
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
Large, Elberta Freestone
New. Crop Rose Centennial
50 Lb. $4.00
200 N. Hwy. 98 Ph 229-5931
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
August 22, 23 and 24
Next Week End -
PIANO STUDENTS WANTED: Be-
ginners and advanced. Graduate
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FOR RENT: Furnished two bed- teacher. Cali afer 4 p.m. wm.
room cottage on St. Joe Beach. days. Virginia C. Mullis, Apalachi-
Reasonable rates. Call 227-3491 or cola. Phone 653-5301. 3tc-8-15
- HELP WANTED: Would like to
FOR RENT: One furnished bed- hear from dependable person
room apartment. Long Avenue, with car regarding opportunity to
229-1361. tfc-6-6 supply consumers with Rawleigh
I Products in Gulf County or Port
FOR RENT: Trailer lot. Second St. Joe. Write Rawleigh, Dept.
Street. Highland View. Phone FLH-100-518, M e m p h is, Tenn.
229-2872. 3t-8-22 138103. 2t-8-15
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guins repair-
ed; reblueing, reloadingiupplies.
Guns bought, seld and tried. Call
JTack L. Myers, 648-3961, iSt. Joe
WANTED: Lawnd to mo' St. Joe
or Beaches. Phone. 648-4431. 2
WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
Years of experience. J.. L. Tem-
ple, 1302 Palm Blvd. tfc-7-18
FOR REORDERS of Beauti-Control
cosmetics. Call Mabel Baxley,
229-6100. 1109,Monument Ave. tfe
PIANO IN STORAGE
Beautiful spinet stored locally. Re-
ported like new." Responsible par-
ty can take a big springs on low
payment balance. Write Ellis Kim-
ball Music Center, Ft. Walton
Beach, Fla. 32548. It
FOUNI: In parking lot at Surf
Drive-In, man's wrist watch.
Owner may have by identifying
and paying for advt. Call John
Brown at 227-8541.
LOST: Black billfold between Mar-
vin Ave., and Paper Mill. Con-
.tains important papers. Return to
Ralph Macomber r ll 227.
Rent a Baldwin Piano
ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK
All money applied to purdiase
C & H PIANO-
rm. ;o6753 811 Harrinse
Paemal City, Florida .
SEPTIC' TANKS pumped' .out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
oi 229-3097. ,
C. P. Etheredge
518 Third Street
Pen dt. Joe, Fla.
,Call 229-4986 foh Free-Estimate
HEATH RADIO and
4tp Oak Grove 2-1
All work guaranteed
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome. I
WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
HOWARD BUCK. Sec.,.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, ST11
THE AMERICAN LEG N, meet '
iLg second and fourth Tieaeay-"
nights. 8:00 p.m. Anierican LeJgon
THERE WILL BE a re ar'it-a
munication of Port St.oe Lodg' ';i
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
LH L. BURGE, 'Secretary"
JAMES HORTON,.W. M.
"Everybody Reads 'em"
e A STAR Classified
They Get The Job Done
BOAT FOR SALE: 18' cabin cruis-
er. Built of plywood. Good con-
dition. $300. Call Ralph P. Nance,
MUST SELL: 15' Larson boat, 75
hp Johnson motor and tilt bed
trailer with equipment. Phone
648-4369. Make offer. 4t-8-15