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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR
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S. "Port Joe-i Te uut

IRT-SECOND YEAR PORT ST. JOE,




City Making Application for



ewr Constructaon Money

Se io o agreed a joint City-i0dustr diosal money each year to pay for the
s gayl-'ldo aeti te an .system. There was also' -: witf to project and now has $40,000 in
S itio housing and see if the -State', speeLat ns reserve r .fr this purpose. It is
i he' j,.'(-'edlral' L"'wold'Idmain d on.stari Woid 'the plans' d.the.Comnmission to
/ cy'.f elp^ oSi tncioni. chaiege?' be brought i tryand secure some Federal mo-
a/. a ne condari sew dis-.. quirements of o'pratio Bay'so.thattith.worlkcan be paid
a i t Ci'ty'P TIet City now.has dh ad qr wheil tidoneas the City
Joe' .- or iany years, s- s done oh other construction
. i e Citlia appied .t, .yes 'e hichi..dnips ti~ j s for the Ipasti~f.ur4 or, five,
' i for. edi aid,' )ut-t [a',.'intb -St. Joph'' .e .'-. with ht'ving to' borrow
' ir'- ap plicoit toi e sedt '. ade tStateis new polltion.c tro e- iney or flado bond&. .,
S en newie ons, .' he ''quilemnnts gigies 'theF j!titil .".The City hap a target date of,
S terof-dida. e 9ptteard- 197"1 t begin, iakinj .j6or June 1 of .tiyeai- haveith'ei!,
sev e' dis al- equire- construction, of, a sed ayys- pa ers id out incusio
nts,.wit.'i poUll .n~orqol ip- ted, 'hicl'.-digestseal e eage in' the' lO.?0'cal yar' of :fund-
d. The.(ity let th i,.appli- solids, i-ather than du ni ngito ing in ord'eri t' ,eei the State:S
tion. .actie. while theBay. construction deadline.
Shey' ase&taied wdir or not It is estimated that he entire *
ir sewage .dispol lant project wll cos in the neighbor- CLE'AN-UP, PAINT-UP
plans nt '.,State specifications hood. of '250,0o0. Thle City has Tom. Culpeplier and Jimmy
and to explore the possibility f beguhra program of setting aside Goodman, representing the Port


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BrckSays Mi ea4rSes City in Good

Financial Skape, Sticking to Budget
.4 : ,. .
' 'City Auditor andh-Clerk Char. ready been paid for in full and
lis Brock' gave a mid-ear'fi'.: still the City iswinAhii its half
fiancial report to the CifyComL- year budget. T e capital expen-
* missionn Tuesday night which re- diture-was for payment of the
flected that the City is inr'a veril expansion .work to the water
sound financial condition. treatment plant.
4Brock 'a aid that almost with'- Brock said plai $31:0,937.38 has
6t exception, expenditures inm been collsctad lgaiuds adticipat-
every department has b e one, W ed revenues of $449,737.00. The
-half or less, depleted, indicating remainder to be ollectid is from
that the City is sticking to its such sources as utility taxes,
expenditures budget. cigarette taxes, and' other fees
.'Brock l pointed out that the 'that come hi inthlyi'
City is Ini letter shape than the There rema nl $2,035.99 to be
half year: mark shows since a' collectetdof the'$205,53.00 real
capital expenditure of $46,300'. and personal property 'taxes 'lev.
ir the water department has al- id at'the 'egmnring of the year.


St. 'Joe Jaycees, appeared before
the Commission Tuesday night
telling the Board that the Jay-
cees were willing to head up a
City-wide clean-up, paint-up and
..fix-up campaign.
Culpepper told the Board the
Jaycees plan to try to generate
some enthusiasm .for the pro-
'gram this year in order that the
project may be more successful
than it has been in'the past.
"We plan to sponsor a con-
test",. Culpepper said, '"offering
c sh prizes for a slo'gp for, the
clean up period". T he 'Jaycee
representative said the rgani-
zation hopes to go farie 'Athan
thea City Limits of Port S', Joe
with the program. ".We.-hope 'to
get the County Commissio, 'in-
'terested in this pl'ogramq county-
wide", he -said. The Jaycees will
appear. before the County ,Com-
(Continued On .Page. 12),`


TWELVE PAGES

In Thit Week's Issue
I ._


FLORIDA, 32456


THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1969


Cl b Scouts Ti


Clerk of the qjrcuit Court, George Y. Core
shows Cub' Souts from Dens One and Four of
Troop- 47, ;io property is recorded in the office
of the Clerk at 'the Courthouse. Core is telling


Kiwaqis Club Sponsoring FreeFilm

Saturday Especially for Ball 'Players
I


The P1, St.' Joe Kiwanis Sox
Club is sp .lspriAg a fih~ Satur- Was
day morning on how to hit a T
baseball pr'orly.'The film will inte
be shown :.i 'the Port St. Joe Higi
High School, Auditorium at 10 the
A.M. Saturday. morning. Mer
leag
The film is narrated" and il- e
lustrated T. d- Williams, fa- T
mous hitte _ar the -Boston Red admr
S. *" -


Agreement Close in Metfhd


-Of Financing School Roads


The County. Commission and
the Gulf County School Board
met Friday evening of last week
to iron out details of who's go-
ing to pay for what in construc-
tion of access roads to the new
Gulf County high schools now
under construction.
The School Board had expres-
sed, earlier, a willingness to help
financially with the road work
cooperating with the County and
any other agencies that would
aid in the construction-
Primarily, the road construc-
tion program .consists of the ex-
tension-.-of Long Avenue in-. Port
St. Joe from- its present termi:,
nus at Niles Road,-Soutbr to inter-
sect with Highway 98.


A letter from the State Road
Department has pledged that
State agency to put' down the
road surface if the county will
prepare the road bed to state
specifications.
In the meeting last Friday, the
School Board said it had $60,000
that it could put in the project.
The money had been set aside for
paving parking -areas at the new
Port St. Joe school. The Board
said that in furnishing the- mon-
ey for oal wm'rk, the project
would have to be expanded to
include paying odf the parking
- areas
The' Conun agreed to the
Scope of the project and pledg-


ed, as its -part of the project
use of Counity road crews and
machinery to bring the new road
up to grade for paving.
The two Boards plan to I ap-
proach the City. ,of Port St. Joe
and ask for their cooperation in
the project also, by furnishing
some men and equipment to help
with the job.


3. FRED STEPHENS
.-.. Evangelist


High School Expands


Physical Ed Program


Port St. Joe High School ex-
panded its physical education
department this week to include
several individual areas of sports
and games.
Instructors in the new indi-
'vidual activities are athletic di-
-rector Wayne Taylor and basket-
.ball coach Bill Dickson. Dickson
said that the school physical ed-
ucation department has had-to'
present only team games in'the
past' because of lack- of tools
,and personnel to present themin-
dividial, avenues of body devel-.
opment. .
. One of the:newest games being
offered in the department is the
game of golf. Also offered are
archery, tumbling and, tennis.
Only the rudiments of golf are
- taught, trying to stimulate an
: interest in and some knowledge
of golf for the older 'boys who
'will be leaving school and will


not then be able to participate
in team games. The program
utilizes the baseball field to'
teach driving and putting and
the use of the various clubs used
:'in the game of golf. Dickson
said that instruction will advance
even farther when the City's
nine hole putt and chip course in
Forest Park is again ready for
play. Grass has just been plant-
ed on the greens of this course
and it will not be usable until
about June 1.
Dickson said about 50 boys
are participating in the golf pro-
gram with the other areas of
individual sports gaining popu-
larity.
During last Summer's recrea-
tion program, golf proved to. be
:one of the most popular games
provided in the program and
prompted the school to include
the game in the physical educa-
tion program.


and now manager for the
shington Senators.
he film. should be of special
rest to boys playing on the
h School baseball team 'and
Dixie Youth baseball league.
mbers of the men's softball
Sue are also urged to attend.
here will be no charge for
iission..
:


Revival Services

At White City

Revival services begin at the
White City Baptist Church Mon-
di-y evening and' continue thru
Sunday, April 27.
Rev. J. Fred Stephens of Ha-
vana is the guest speaker for
the series of services which are
held each night at 7:30 p.m.
The church and its pastor, Rev.
Jack Jamison, offer an invitation
to everyone to attend.


Coach Bill Dickson instructs Larry Bane how
t& properly address a golf ball while Bill Hen-


drix watches, waiting his turn in the new golf
program' at the High School. -Star photo


This week was a week of pro-
motions at St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, with nine promotions an-
nounced amongthe present mill
staff. The promotions were in a
supervisory capacity.
S. R. Brown was elevated from
his former 'position of Assistant
Production Manager to a new
position created in the company,
that of Production Coordinator.
W. E. Whaley, former Paper
Mill Superintendent, replaced
Brown as Assistant Production
Manager. W. M. Chafin, Whaley's
assistant, succeeded him as Pa-
per Mill Superintendent. Lamar
Hardy, a tour foreman was ele-
vated to Chafin's old position.
John Odum, a Junior Tour Fore-
man -stepped .into the vacancy
left by Hardy's promotion. C. R.
Pippin, a machine tender was
selected to replace Odum in his
former position.


1C COPER

0C copy


\D.a .. __ .


Dual use


Courts for


Park Area


our Courthouse

the Cubs how taxes are levied. The picture was
made in the Clerk's vault on a tour of the Gulf
County Courthouse. Den Mothers are Mrs. Dew-
ey Patterson and Mrs. Don Whitaker.


Fox Making Business
Tour South of 'Border

Robert B. Fox, Government
Relations Manager for Glidden-
Durkee. Division of SCM Cor-
15oration, is among a group of
_______15 Florida busi-
R nessmen repre-
dn the sa-'
idaDevelopmenti
Commission on
a fact finding
_e t tour of Central
American Com-
Smon Market
countries. a ,
,~,The. week ohi.
tour 'began Sun-
,64 -FOX day, April. "13
and will'takb the group'to Gua.
temala, El Salvador, Honduras,
Nicaragua and Costa Rica.
Robert Fox, a long time resi-
dent of Port St. Joe, is also a
City Commissioner of the City'
of Port St. Joe.

S'RD Completes Two Road
'Projects In Gulf County
The State Road Department
this week announced the com-
pletion of 35 road and bridge
projects around the state.
Projects in Gulf County which
have been completed include
1.643 miles of streets in High-
landView;,St. Joe Beach and
January and was, completed' on
Me ASprch 28by Coggin and Deer-,
mont ata cost of $ acostof,912.
$42,077.
Another' project, consisting of
2.235 miles of streets in Wewa-'
bitchka and Meeks Subdivision
near Wewahitchka were complet-
ea April 2 by Coggin and Deer-,
mont at :a cost of $58,912.


urmp.- q,)A


, The City Commission took fur-
ther steps 'toward providing a
more complete recreation pro- 'j
gram for the City Tuesday nmght
with a decision to make im.-
provements' to two new tennis s
courts approved twuo weeks 'g Io'
even before construction 'gets
underway.
Plans had been secured for a
combinations tennis court ad. :.
basketball court recently I Ion-
. strudted inri Panama Ciy,.bnd
.the Board agreed to expand d eir '
'proposed tennis courts toAthe di-
menslons used by the Panama-
City court. The new dimensions
-are only slightly larger than ori-
ginally planned, '
The facility will now include
two -tennis courts, which 'can
both be used for basketball
courts also. The courts will, be
built behind the Stac House on
Eighth and will be of concrete
slab construction. -The courts
will be lighted for night play.
The Board also had a request
for construction of another lit-
tle boys baseball field in the vi-
cinity of the present two, dia-
monds. The Board agreed to con-'
sider this request in the next
budget year.


City Endorses

More Park Funds

City Commissioner Tom Colde-
wey made a motion Tuesdays
night that. the City Commission
adopt a resolution requesting the
Gulf County delegation to work
for.a larger appropriation in the
present.. session' of the Florida
Legislature for thte 'St. Joseph
State Park. Cordedey asked that
copies of the"'esolition be sent
to Representatives 'John Robert
Middlemas and Joe Chapman and
Senator W. E. Bishop.
The City Commission had been'
requested to help in the matter.
of securing additional financing
for the Park from the St. Joseph
Park Committee through its.
chairman, Jesse V. Stone.
Stone said that additional a-
cilities were needed urgently at ,
the park, to take care of the stum-
mer tourist trade. He pointed out i
in a prepared presentation that
during the first three and a half
months of this year, 17,130 visi-
tors have used the park facility.
It was also pointed out that/
even without the benefiL' of
Park Board advertising last year.
rie park operated at near capa-,
' city in. its initial year of opera-
tiou. The park "had to turn away
camping families on numerous
occasions", the report said. ;
" The Park operated last year
with 65 camp sites.
Sixty new camp sites are now -
(Continued. On Page 12)


Harold Quackenbush 'was pro-
. moted from Acting'Chief Chem-
ist to Chief Chemist in the mill's
laboratory.
In the Container Division,
St. Joe's plant manager, Lukle .-
Houston was named to head up
the company's new wax impreg-
nated program for all Division
plants using the newly devel-
oped paper box water-proofing
method. Houston was in 'on the
development of the system which
is proving highly successful.
Houston will work out of the St.
Joe plant.
Floye Brewton, who has served
as Sales% Manager for the loal
container division for about a
year, succeeded Houston as man-
ager of the Conitainer Division
plant.
All promotions were effective
on Tuesday of this week. '


,et Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Vai!ey"


Nine Promotions Announced This

Week by St. Joe Paper Company,


I '


NumocBMaR







T : .. THE S Port St. Joe, Florida. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1969



Editorials I.': St.0
r S
^. ~ .


IYour Support Is Neededa


S If one ventures into'downtown Port St. Joe on a Sun-
,daay, from noon on, it will Surprise you at the number-of
canpets either rendezvousig here in town to proceed to-
ar home, qr passing through the city on their way home.
K, Fidays and Saturdays one sees a steady stream of
~cdipersMoming through, tie City headed for the Park or
Xjut traveling in general. All-of the campers aren't going
' to our p .... it wouldn't hold them.
SWehad to ru' over t Apalachi'cola and back Thurs-
day afternoon. On the way over ye met one group of
e campers in a row on tHe highway, another group of
U^ee/ ; and at-least a dozen, singles. Coming back to Port
t Joe was the same story. We met two- campers, travel-
tobgefhr,' all, the way from.Californid. ,
Thcapes taking over.
Sa- The. a.e e ? r
Vr The parade of the campers isn't limited to the week
.- eid." One can see'them on' the road any,day of the week.
w. .can't stand and watch the traffic bh Highway 98 for
qgny'given $6 minute 'period in th9 diay without seeing sev-
i.r campers go through' Port St Joe.





Thi w & b. thefli first full season for the park and its
F, camaing facilities and already it has been full to .overflow-
i.' fg. Eadster week enid, the Park was so. full, Captain James
bck even let capers put up camp in the unfinished sites.


Pro.es. ..
Protest WitV


Still the Park was not capable of caring for all who
People had to be turned away.
This isn't much of a problem is it. All we havel
is build more camp sites, isn't it. They're relatively s
to build. They don't really cost a whole lot. either.
But the money won't be available for at leas
years, under the present schedule, to provide fpr
camping facilities. Captain Mock -told the Rotary
last week that the Park has been allocated $75,00
the next two years. ,After the cost of operation anoi n
construction and repairs, this won't leave much
for construction of needed campsites.
We have the park'4S:Y.-oopcupying some
finest beach froiit p~op.erty, i. t.is part of Fi*r,4d
it is not utilized to thie fullegs,4if'only are we wiatild
valuable prope ,t"but W are. ~ant realizing the, ull
tial that tis ity can. meai to our area, economy
What'.n you do?
We have a State Senator who represents us, V
Bishop. We have two Representatives, John Robert
.dlemas and Joe Chapman. The least we can do is to
to these gentlemen letting them know of our concern
the park. We can write Bill Miller, head of the F
Board of Parks and Historic Memorials, who is vital
terested in parks in the state of Florida. Write either
of these men, letting them know of your concern.
Your support is needed, to keep our Park- from
a waste for several years to come.


h The Ballot


The Bedford, Pa., Gazette published a feature story satisfaction, but what if we all were to decide to
',, :a short while:ago that abused our interest. It is the tale suit? The result would be chaos.
of.a retired Quaker tirhan, who refuses to pay 53.9% of
.1, 'N.The anarchist opposed to all government could
Sher federal Jncome tax, because she believes that to pay it tifiably refuse to pay any tax. The extreme left
all would be a form of financing the war in Vietnam. She refuse to pay that portion of their tab that they r
refuse to pay that portion of their tab that they
is 'correct in her assuinption. to be spent in defense against the Iron Curtain couw
'war We.do-not condemn the lady for her opposition to the The extt'eme right could 'refuse to pay what they
war. This is her right as a citizen.; That is, if she is a ,mate to be their.share of any government program
citizen. It is, of course, the duty of the citizen to "render : find disagreeable. The militants could deny .fund
SUnto Caesar' regardless of. how much it may hurt, and police. The list is endless and the result would be a
Snot to do so is to forego the benefits df .the society under to those who would-destroy our free society.
;:whi-ch .we'live.
which we, ,ve. It is sad, but this poor woman can only get whi
4, It is-.noble Jto have firm convictions.. It is right to is asking for: full punishment as fixed by law. Any
Sight for what we believe butI there are channels of pro- less would be an open invitation to others to duplicate
test that are open tb all.' Refusing to pay her fair share act. The lady should work for her lkind,'qfcandidate
of the burdens of government is not a lawful form of pro- is the only way unless she would prefer to serve a sen
-, test. She can possibly justify her nonpayment to her own in federal prison. And lose her right to vote.


Letter to Editor.

Dear Wesley,
I was real thrilled when we re-
ceived The Star in the mail and
:learned that the Shafks had won
the Class "B" Championship. We
have followed the Sharks the last
couple of months via The Star
and always look forward to re-
came. ceiving it here in Morton.
My family and I were a part
.of Port St. Joe for over 10 years.
to do When we left, we left a part of
Simple ourselves in St. Joe and it will
always be that way. We were vi-
tally interested in every facet of
t two St. Joe and still are, We have
noted progress in the commun-
Cu ity the last two months and feel
Club that The Star, is always right in
)0 for there pushing for the betterment
needed of St. Joe.
money. I believe that both. St. Joe High
and Washington's success' in
sports this last year can in a
of the large way be attributed to The
a. If f Star's staying behind those boys
g this and urging them on' to greater
n-a' accomplishments. The success, of
potn- both, schools is going to help
ically. build a stronger, more united St.
Ll. ; Joe and we are behind you 100.
To our friends and neighbors
W. E. and relatives in St. Joe we say
"hello" and that we miss you.
t Mid- We always look forward to read-
write ing about you in The Star.
rn for Keep up the good, work Wes,
lorida Yours truly,
lly in- C. E. "Chuck" Marshall
or all 946 E. Monroe Street .
Morton, Illinois. 61550
(Ed note-"Thanks Chuck, for
being those kind words. Since you
have moved 'up to the frozen
North we know you will enjoy
hearing that we are suffering
through 80 degree, weather here
with the sun shining and the
fish biting .. but you have
your ice and snow to provide
your recreation atmosphere. .
you lucky stiff!")
follow _____. .
TO THE PEOPLE
d jus- I would like to take this oppor-
could unity to thank the people of
'eckon Port St. Joe for their support
entries. and assistance during this school
* esti- year. I would like to especially
thank those merchants and in-
s they dividuals who have donated nu-
Is for merous items, time and assist-
- boon ance to make our spaghetit sup-
per a success.
I extend a very special thanks'
at she to Dixie Seafood Company, Rich's
thing IGA, Piggly Wiggly juper Mar-
te her ket and The Star for their gener-
; that osity. Sincerely,
itence HUGH M. JONES
Band Director


Etaoin


Shrdlu
Sby WESLEY R. RAMSEY


The Gulf County School Board is getting ready to. send out
what will probably be the last Freedom of Choice forms to be sent
out in the county. During the next school year, the schools will
be integrated into a new, modern building. There will be no choice
to make, except that of whether or not to ATTEND school.
The Negro community of the Port St. Joe area is beginning to
realize that they will not' be happy with this situation. We can't
blame them. Much of their social life has been built around their
school and its programs and activities. It has been natural for all
races and nationalities in the world to stick with their own kind-
witness "China towns", Irish communities, Jewish burroughs, etc.,
etc. People tend to fraternize with their' own kin4. It's not be-
cause of a dislike, a distrust or a' lack of appreciation for the other
groups., It's a matter of choice. '
The matter of choice is being removed and the Negroes are
inot too happy about it. In this, the Negroes have the sympathies
of the whites, also; but there's not a thing we can do about it. There
is no such thing as freedom of choice. There is only, "do what is
best for the most concerned". This is the way we have to operate
in this crowded world. This desire to do as one wants, is what
prompted Daniell Boone, Davey Crockett aid Wild Bill Hickock
to drift farther and farther West where they could do what
they wanted without man's rules to' hamper them. .
It has fallen the lot of our generation to be one of the first
where there is no "West" left. We must now lively with1 one an-
'other and subordinate our "druthers" with our growing need for
responsibilities toward our fellow man.
We're not going to like it .white and Negro alike. We had I
rather stick to ourselves. This is the way of nature. But too many
people, and the need for more and more services brings on social
and economic forces which must be dealt with in this drastic way.
After lopping' $4 billion off the current budget, President
Nixon has promised a surplus of $5.8 billion for next year. The
law-makers can raise taxes all they want tack on sur tax,
raise interest rates, raise the discount rate makeit impossible
for the average man to borrow money and it'will not help our econ-',
omy. Determination ton meet our obligation as a nation and live
within our means will add cents to the dollars rather than our
past attempts at adding cents through lack of sense programs. ,
ilt hardly seems possible that if any of us/were in a position
where we couldn't pay our debts, that our credit standing and
credit' availability would improve merely by declaring 'that we are
T financially stable .... and borrowing- more money to6 prove it.
We must begin to pay our past bills .. then watch our credit
stock shoot up! We're no economist, but anyone who has ever
suffered the "shorts" and been dunned for a bill knows perfectly
well what we are talking about.

The deed is done we, have rendered unto Caesar the things
which Caesar claims. Now if the check just doesn't bounce. ,
It was interesting to read of the march of the, "poor people"
on the opening day of the Legislature in Tallahassee last week. T
The so-called poor were lobbying for more hand-outs and bigger
doles from you and I for doing nothing,
The really poor who cannot help themselves, I do not mind
helping. But most of the onps we saw in news pictures were per-
fectly able and fit to work. lWhen we think of the pulpwood that "
needs cutting for our paper mill and probably every other mill in
this area '. it galls us to have the so-called "poor" say "there's no
way for us but welfare!"
It seems that this condition is by choice rather than by necessity.


SToo Late To Classify


SBy RUS!

5-- w- ^
The prophets of doom have
been having a field day predict-
' ing all imaner of frightful hap-
penings from.the invasion of be-
- ings from outerspace to the com-
. plete and total destruction of the
world. .,,,
For as long as I can remem-
ber "The end of the world" has
: been scheduled even to the
'. exact date and hour. There are
always a few fblks who actual-
Sy believe uch predictions and
in many cases have sold or given
Salway their 'property; fled to
some supposedly safe place or as-
sembled in anxious groups on
mountain tops to await the com-
ing of the Lord.
So far the old world has rol-
led along on schedule. The sun
rises and sets, the seasons


SELL KAY


change, earthquakes are exper-
ienced in different area, floods
.inundate others,, volcanoes erupt,
but' such occurances have been
recorded as long as man can
remember.
The fact that the San Francis-
co earthquake occurred in April
has probably inspired bur pro-
phets to hit on this particular
month to forsee a similar or
worse disaster during the month
and each year one or more of
them predict disaster for the
area.
Scientists who have made a
lifelong study of earthquakes
know that in certain areas of
the world, including California,
there are structual faults in the
earth's crust and it is normal and
natural to expect earth tremors


# TH.ESTAR
Published Every Tufiay at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishina Company
WESLE B. RAMSEY Edkor an6 Pdubisher
Also Linotype Operator. Ad Salasman, Photographer, Columnit,. Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
:\ '- FOICi Box 308 PIAoNE 227-8161
POTr ST. JOE, F; ERA 84

'Mattred-aei icond-lbaaB matter. December 19, 1927, at the Pcstofflce. Port S. Joe,;
SFlorida under Ant of March 1. 1873.

S. SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADyNCE
L COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., .135 THREE,M., 1_27.0
SOUTOF COUNTY 'one Year; $4.00 OUT.OF U. S. One Year, 53.00

STO ADVWRTI6ERS-In eise of error or mmiasions In advertalments, the PilUahsn
S d noDot bold themselves liable for damage further than amount received 'or daE
" .-ertisiI _


as a result. They frankly admit
that such quakes can occur at
anytime but contend that no one
can actually predict just when
'they will happen.
1 However California seems to
have been singled out this year
for certain destruction. As a re-
sult, a great' many people have
become alarmed and it is re-
ported that many are leaving
the state seeking safety else-
where. -
No state is blessed (if that is
the word) with more strange
cults or hippies than the Golden
State and the fact that many
such groups are puling up stakes
to locate elsewhere should be
gratifying to the sane sensible
citizens who calmly go about
their business and don't worry
too much about dire predictions.
The state could stand an exodus
,.of a lot of such groups without
feeling any pain.
No one cad say just where the
next natural disaster may oc-
cur. Nor can they tell you when
It could be' Califorriia, Alaska,
Japan, Turkey, Italy, the mid-
Pacific, or Atlantic. Your guess
is as good as mine. But if you
"'happened to be in the business
of prophesying you would, pro-
bably name all of these areas to
be on'the safe side.
You can depend on a number


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wh&. a `The- spoken Oid barely aomert;f i;he divsd wr td apl oa.
ineo. The spoken word i lost: e printed wod rla.
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Lunch Room 'Menu

Highland View Elementary School
Monday, April 21
Fish sticks, buttered grits, steam-
ed cabbage, fruit cup, corn bread
and, milk. !
Tuesday, April 22
Meat loaf, rice and tomatoes,
squash, celery sticks, jelly, bis-
cuits and milk.
Wednesday, April 23
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cab-
bage slaw, pineapple pudding,
white -bread and milk.
Thursday, April 24
Navy beans, spiced, bam, turnip
*reens, spiced beets, coconut cook-
ies, corn bread and milk.
Friday, April 25 .
Sloppy joe, snap beans, celery
sticks, prunes, white bread and
milk.

of volcanoes erupting during the
year. It has been happening for
centuries and will continue to
happen. But it does not mean the
end of the world. ;
So don't sit around biting your
nails while you wait for Califor-'
nia to disappear or the legendary
Atlantis to arise. You might be,
disappointed.


S8 SEE

Dbn Levens
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Imperial


ROGERS
Panama City Chrysler
Plymouth, Inc.
15th St., Panama City
Phone 785-4372
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FI FIRST in friendly,
.i "Exciting Helpful Service
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946-' 1969 2 Stores In One!
SERVING THEBEST PEOPLE
IN THE WORLD!
Thank You e
Friends and Customers, for
A ':':this fine privilege .
S lecializing in Apparel ,and
Footwear for-theFamily


Ladies' DRESSES
an d PANT DRESSES
--TRULY A BIRTHDAY SIZZLER --

$4.23
Perma-Press blends .. Popular styles Junior, Missy /
and Half Sizes. .

'BIRTHDAY SIZZLER
LADIES' *

SWIM SUITS


$7.23
Popular 1969 favorites ... A variety to choose from .
F One and two piece styles Worth twice the price .
All sizes through 38.
S-SAN SOUCI NYLON

SATIN SLIP S


TAILORED SHORT, AVERAGE and TALL 32 to 40 .
PRE-TICKETED AT $4.00
A BOYLES TWENTY-THIRD BIRTHDAY SCOOP -
DAINTY LACE AND SCHIFFLIE EMBROIDERED
PERMA PRESS DACRON/COTTON

Gowns, pajamas




SSizes Small, Medium and Large ;
S LADIES! CHILDREN'S TWO-PIECE
PERMA PRESS I
JamiC SUN


ShortShor
A $2.99 VALUE

0*:9 ` ., ". Shprts .and matching top
. . ...Sizes 2 to 6x Assort-
Assorted darks and pastels. ed styles and olors...
Sizes 10 to 18. Guaranteed first quality.


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


:CHILDREN'S

I Sandals
$' i' 25

Sizes 8/2 to 3. Durable ..
Come early .as these will
go fast'


CHILDREN'S BOXER

Play Short
4 $1.2:
Solids, Fancies, Stripes. Sizes 2 ti

LADIES'
Nylon Hos
LIMITONE PAIR -

23c pr.
SNew Spring Shades .. seam
LADIES and CHILDREN'S
RAYON TRICOT
PANT IE1
G -rls32 c pr.-
Girl's sizes 2 to 16. Lace trimmed.
5-10. White and assorted.
SHORT or LONG SLEEVE
CHAMBRAY


$1 23
-S RI S

Sizes 14 through 17



Save 1/3
Better Dresses and
Ensembles
ALL LADIES and
Children's Hats


222 Reid Ave. I


HMEN'S PERMA P

SSport Sh
A $2.99 VALUE
BIRTHDAY
SALE PRICE
Solids and Fancies. .. Ivy o
SStyling


MEN and BOYS POPULAR]
KNIT SHIRl
$1.9
3 $2.-


e a C I 1
-' M.ent' s All Leathe r

Casual Shoe
.LOAFERS & OXFORD


Deep cushion insole and Perepes

Ladies PERMA-PRESS TWILL

PANTS


Darkforest greend A reg
,$5.99 value. Most all sizes.

S FREE: GIFTS DAILY OR
THURSDAY ...
1 'Pr. :Ladies" U. S. Keds
FRIDAY. .
S1 Pr. Men's U. S. Keds
SATURDAY ..
1 Pair Men's
Campus Walking Shorts
MONDAY...
1 San Souci Slip
-TUESDAY ..
1 Diaper Set (Baby Tog)
WEDNESDAY ..
1 'Ladies Purse (Choice)
THURSDAY .. .
Maidenform or Formfit Bra
FRIDAY ...
1 Pr. Randcraft Shoes
(Men or Boys)
SATURDAY...
1 Pr. 'Poll Parrot Shoes
(Boys or Girls)


FIRST in Quality
C:and Woes!
ST
[-DEPARTMENT STORE
I'P4-y r-4,-V PAYLESS'


MEN and BOYS
STRETCH CREW SOX
4 pair $1.23 :
You'll be amazed at the value here!


9 Free Gifts!
ONE EVERY DAY

APRIL 17- 26 I


NOW!
/ PortSt. Jo's Old-
est Clothing
Store!

lESS

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23 0
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LR BOY'S PROPORTIONED
FS Walk Shorts

9, $1.99-$3.99
9 Slim and regular Solids and
Press- plaids and stripes Perma-
hrough Press.
S, M,

ERE THE ACTION IS
N BOYS' CLOTHIN 1 6
SENSATIONAL VALUE

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Poll Parrot, Active Age, Sandy Mc-.
Gee. Sizes 12z1 to 3 and 3/2 to 6.
Sol:. Regular value $7.00 to $9.00. Loafer
s and Oxford styles.
.Men and Young Men's PermaPress,
-. CASUAL" ,. .

SLACKS

* $5.23pr.
SSizes 28-44 ... Ivy and Executive
Models ., Smart new Spring and:
Summer shades. /
ANNIIVERSARY (
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TFE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1969






.9 TE fAR4 Pdrt St. Jo, FI6rlda


Prices Effective Wednesday thru Saturday
APRL. 16, 17, 18 and 19,1969
-QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED


0 A KIES 'NO. 2 CANS .. C,' 3
A FT0D __s ---2 cans 33c
IR1O"'S-BkISK .
tEA --- 4 Oz. box39c
Sb IPTONS FLO IHRU 100 CT. PKG.
TEA BAGS-- pkg. 99c-
SSUNBEAM-ing Size Loaves
Bread 2 For 59c
L' ,


CUSTOMER'S CHOICE --
- CHOICE OF GRIND YELLOW ROSE








Customer's Choice of Yellow Rose or Colger'
chase at These Low Prices Excluding Ci


-- STOKELY'S SPRING VALUES! -
STOKELY'S NO. 303 CANS
FRUIT COCKTAIL--- 4 cans $1.00
MONARCH 14 OZ. BOTTLES
TOMATO CATSUP-- 5-bts. $1.0
MONARCH :'. .
GREEN BEANS -- o'. 303
MONARCH GOLDEN CREAM or J Cans .
LOW CALORIE OR RED 46 OZ. CANS
HAWAIIAN PUNCH ----3 cans $1.00
INDIVIDUAL "
16"x21" TV TABLES .--ea. $1.79
'NABISCO
PREMIUM SALTINES -- lb. box 37c


Monarch
PEACHES
3 No. 2 $ M
Slenda Sue
ICE MLK
lCts. .89
-- Shasta
DDRIN KS
4 4so 51.00
Orange, Strawberry,
Cola and 'Ginger Ale


DISCOUNT SPECIALS
CHOICE OF GRIN DFOLGER'S

FEE


COPELAND MEATS SPECIAL
TENDERIZED HAMS


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COPELAND BEST
WHOLE HAMS lb. 56c


AN

s Coffee With $10.00
garettes


or More Pur-


--- PIGGLY WiGGLY DISCOUNT SPECIALS -
NATIONALLY FAMOUS GAL. PLASTIC JUG
SLOROX' '29c
Limit 1 With $10.00 Order Excluding Cigaretes


COLD WATER DETERGENT GIANT BOX
COLD POWER
Limit 1 With $10.00 Order Ecluding Cigarettes
DOMINO or HENDERSON 10 LB. BAG

SUGAR
Limit 1 Bag With $10.00 Order Excluding Cigarett


CUSTOMER'S CHOICE -' DISCOUNT SPECIALS
ELLOW U ROSE PURE VEGETABLE SNOWDRIFT PURE VEGETABLE

SHORTENING


3 LB. LB.
CAN CAN


SCustomer's Chpice of Yellow Iose or Snowdrift Shortening with $10.00 or More Purchase at These
Low, Low Discouni Prices l. Excluding Cigarettes

THE VERI BEST PRODUCE-
*ROUND WHITE


POTATOES
VINE RIPE

TOMATOES
HARD HEAD

CABBAGE
GREEN CRISP

CE LE RY


1 POUND
BAG


49c


Ib. 19c


pound 5c


smtk19c


S69 1 b. Pkgs. Copeland BOLOGNA. 2 for $1.09
Copeland COOKED HAM--- 2 pkgs. 99c
NO KIDDING. WE HAVEN' SOLD ANY FINER
9 EXTRA SMALL and TENDER PIG FRESH
9c SPARE RIBS ib. 69c


Georgia
Grade "A"
LARGE

EGGS
2; doz.


$:


SHANK PORTION
COPELAND BEST
HAM STEAK -- lb. 88c


WIENERS 3 PKG. 99c
"COPELAND INVITES YOU"
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO EAT .. WE HAVE COOKED
BUFFET FULLY COOKED READY TO EAT
HAMSA PICNICS

lb. 1.25" lb. 99c
"YOU HAVEN'T EATEN UNTIL YOU TRY THESE"


99c


FRESH TENDER LEAN PORK SPECIALS
FRESH BACKBONE
FRESH LOIN RIBS
FAMILY PAK PORK CHOPS B.. .. LB. 6 6 c
FROSTY MORN
SMOKED PICNIC SPECIALS
-WHOLE PICNIC SUICED PICNIC PICNIC STEAKS
lb. 39c ib. 39c, lb. 49c


COOKING BAG BANQUET APALACHEE BAY
Salisbury Steak, BBQ Ham or Beef, St I R I Ar P
Turkey, Chicken and Beef SHRIM K I

3PKGS. 99c = -PAAGE 69c

Your Pleasure Is Our Policy


ORE-IDA FROZEN 1. LB. BAG
Shoestring POTATOES -- bag 28c
WINTER GARDEN FROZEN
PIE SHELLS.--------- 10 oz. 29c
3 POUND PKG. FRESH LEAN
GROUND BEEF


CLIP and REDEEM THIS COUPON
fly~ EXTRA BONUS |
100 S,& H STAMPS
With $10.00 or More Purchase
Good Through April 19
, Cigar6ttes Not Indcled


09


FROZEN TRAY PAK
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'" 7 '- / T -f S TAR. Port St. Joe. Florida


Investigate Before You Buy Trees, Plants

CJ'In'Ili (TALLAHASSEE, Florida, April through the mail check whether Florida's climate and soil condi- lets that deal with plants, shrubs t
~, 12 Before buying nursery stock stock advertised is suited for tons, Commissioner of Agricul- and trees that will thrive in the
ture Doyle Conner said today. various sections of Florida.
"Beware of outlandish claims to Before ordering niail-order nur-
growth, flowering or fruiting of sery stock, Conner said Florida w
SI CT A U L AMA IT trees or shrubs," Conner said. Flor- homeowners check with their re-
TIR-' ANN A I idians should question claims ,of spective county agricultural ex-f
BaPS tremendous bargains and they tension agent or with local nur- ;
should compare prices of the adver- series to determine if the desired t
r tiser, with those charged p by ,esta- plant would be able to survive pn E
*'u bliUshed nurserymen, hle added., their respective soil and climate I
S-. "Floridians should .,re1nember; whether it is in South Florida's sub-
ATIDDAY and S DAY 0 AM to too, that -plants tand, trees' which tropical climate and sandy soils
SAT D and. SUNDAY ; A.M. to might thrive in some parts.of the or in North Florida's rolling clay
APRIL 26- 27 10:00 P.M. country might not be,able to, with- and limestone hills, which have
S. .* stand our climate. We have receiv- cool to cold winters.' ,
ed numerous complaints from "Thereare re.soe excellent mail-
.' I1 i Florida homeowners who have writ- order nursery stock companies,
S. ten saying that a tree, bush, or whose trees and shrubs are top
S ITA plant which they purchased from quality and their prices are reason-
PA.IAMA CITY, FLORIDA out of state lived exceedingly well able, but there also are some un-
A L -- --ii- for a year or two, them suddenly scrupulous nursery stock promo-
died. We must point out to the ters who use deceptive advertising
.-. '. writer that the out-of-state purch- to foist low-quality seedlings on
IN PERSON: ase just couldn't adapt to our cli- unsuspecting buyers," Conner said.
mate," Conner '-said. "The ads are hard to resist. They
S' He said the'. Florida Department contain spectacular promises and
V B : of Agriculture" has printed book- glowing descriptions arid the

r wI J; '" "dYoid u Know That You Are Only
*' r' ; Six Inches Away From Starvation?
-.~ ,. ."". / ':" .-.. ', Did you know that you are only ing ;all they canto keep your land
S" six inches from starvation? productive. But the problem is rot
nd MA'RGI BOW ES From the Grand America now has an over-abun- theirs alone. It is the problem of
and M IIE' DVVE Ole Opry dance of some foods. That may not all the people because every oun-
Salways be the case! It depends on has a stake in the land.
THE SEGO BROTHERS and NAOMI how well ,the soil that produces It is your problem and you can
TH 'SEGO. HERS .. '. AOMI Iyour food is protected. You may help solve it! If you have a farm,
think that's, no concern of yours. see your Tupelo Soil and Water
and the ASSEMBLY GOSPEL SINGER'S for Supday's Gospel Sing But it is. Soil and water conserva- Conservation District Chairman,
From Port St. Joe tion is your problem! Hugh H. Semmes, or your Soil Con-
*': ::,+', ; ^-; ',i~n an e,,-,. MYou have a stake in the land servation Service District Conser-
"THE CRUSADERS" and "THE MINI-BRUTES"
!:E CRUSADERS and "TH M NI-BRUTES whether or not you hold a deed to vationist, Wiley C. Garrett, in the
: Playing for the Big Rock Show it because the food 'you eat County Courthouse in Elountstown
comes from the soil! Population is about a soil and water conservation
increasing. The land resources are plan for it. If you don't own land,
HUNDREDS of SPORT ITEMS ON DISPLAY i decreasing. The situation is fore- you can encourage landowners to
boding but not hopeless. The land. use soil and water conservation
,ADMISSION: $1.00 Adults A B&H Associates owners in the Tupelo Soil and' methods which will protect their
ADMISSION: .75 Children 'Production Water Conservationi District are do-. land and yours.


THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1969


Gets Air Force Honors
Air Force S-Sgt. Charles T, Sisk
of Port St. Joe has received a cita-
ion from the Air Force for meri-
orious service in Vietnam.
Sisk, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Sisk, has returned from his
Vietnam post, and is now serving
vith the Air Force in New Mexico
The citation noted Sisk's "pro-
fessional skill and initiative" which
ided in the discharge .of his dlu-
ies with the. Aerospace Ground
Equipment Branch at Tuly -Ho;
Air Base in South Vietnam.
prices sound reasonable. Yet, Flor-
ida consumers should view these
ads with some suspicion because
many of the claims are simply un-
true." he pointed out.


PAGE FIVt


LUNCH ROOM MENU
Port St. Joe Elementary School
.Monday, April 21
Blackeye peas, vienna sausage,
mustard greens, hot biscuit, syrup,.
butter and milk.
Tuesday,, April 22
Sloppy joe on buns, snap beans,
celery sticks, grapefruit sections
and cherries, butter and milk.
Wednesday, April 23
Hot dogs, potato salad, cabbage
slaw, mince meat and pumpkin
pie, butter and milk.,
Thursday, April 24
Pizza, buttered mixed vegetables,
oranges, cookies, butter and milk.
Friday, April 25
Barbecue, pork on. rice, turnip
greens,, raisin and carrot salad,
fruit Jell-o, corn bread, butter and
milk.'


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LONG 'AVENUE BAPTIST CHUR"
Corner Long %venue and 16th Street


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P.M.
P.M..
P.M.


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP ........ 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...------..-. 5:45
EVENING WORSHIP ... 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C, ODUM, Pastor
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New Spring prints or runners with. surged
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$5.99 pair for lo a $12 value for -nly $6. Two for the price f.
OF GORGEOUS. COLORS' one! OR pick a pair for yourself, the second one for daughter.
Hurry, don't miss this fabulous offer Thursday, Friday, Sat* u
TO CHOOSE FROM! day only!


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SUNDAY SCHOOL .......... 9:45 A,,;.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ....'., 1~i:O A,Md.
TRAINING UNION ................................ 6:30 PI .
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE .:...-.. -~:30 .P'M.
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S :6 WE.STAr .!FI. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1969


MISS NONI CARBONNEAU ,.'-, -

Engagement Announced ,
Mrs. Albert Carborineau announces the engagement of her
daughter, Noni, to John Robert Asbell, sonh of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Asbell of Mariatina. Miss Carbonn6au is' the daughter of' he 'qte
Lieutenant 'Colonel Albert Carbonhneau '
The bride-elect is .a graduate' of -Marianna High School,
, Chipola Junior College d nd will graduate from the University of
West Florida in June withi'a degree:in histor.- '
Mr. Asbell is a graduate of Marianna High School and will
graduate from the Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina in May
with a degree in political science. After graduation he will be
commissioned in the United. States Army.
The wedding willtake place on Juhe 14 at 2:00 p.m.-at St.
Anne's Cathlic Church,. Marianna.,.
The Carbonneau's are former.residents of Port St. Joe. '


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-Specials for Thursday, Friday
OPEN SUNDAY 10:0

'Ravo Pure PEANUT OIL
KRAFT 18 'Oz. Jar,
Barbecu, Sauice .', jar 39c
SHOWBOAT

Poirk; and Be
TROPICANA
Orange Drink __-_ gal. 39c.
WITH $7.50 ORDER or MORE

SUGAR
First Cut
PORK CHOPS ---_ lb. 49c
'.Copeland- 12 Oz. Pkgr -1
FRANKS --, ... pkg.9
S Blade Cut .,.:
CHUCK ROAST -- lkb 59c
Shoulder
ROUND 'ROAST lk-- 9c
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Mock Tells Rotarians That St. Joseph
State Park Is Drawing Many Campers
Captain James Mock, Superinten- families used the park's camping
dent of St. Joseph State Park spoke facilities. The Park ,,took. in over
to the Rotary Club Thursday of $1,000 in fees and charges during
last week telling the club of the the Easter week end. Mock said
fine reception already given the that 2,142 peoplefused the park
I new facilities at the area State during this week end as compared
Park. to 400 for the same period last
Mock said the facility now has year.
12 personnel at the park and the The Park now hlia65 camp sites
State has an investment of just in.operation with 60 more almow
over a million dollars. completed. "These should be com-
"Our advertising has just been pleted in about a month", saie
released" said Mock, "and al- Mock.
ready this year we are experience. ., Guest of the club Thursday was
ing fine crowds in both the camp- Rev. Jerry Tahton of'Wewahitch.
ing and recreation facilities". The ka. "
new park wasn't included in state
park advertising last year. since THRIFT SHOP WORKERS
it was just newly constructed, but FOR FRIDAY ARE NAMED
even so, large. crowds used the.
facility all summer long. Thrift Shop workers for Friday,
, Mock said that on Saturday April 18 will be Mrs. Robert Free-
night before teSunday, 105 man and. Mrs. Joe Hendx.
night be e Sd, 15 The Thrift Shop- is located' on
'.,., Reid Avenue. and .is open every
St James W omen Fridyafternoon from 3: til
:.,*-' 'Chpeeleaderi '$.Hsoring
Thf r gono J MorlkshoWp"fof Beginners
meeting 01 S9.Janie Elpscdp
(wur Womeit,maet at .theParish .Saturday, Apri1,,1l, the varsity
house, March 7 with the president, cheerleaders of Port qt. Joe High
s. Tom Coldewey.presiding. School 'ak'e ls'onsoring .a ,"Tittle
*--qhe meeting was opened with: a Cheerleadeir Workslhp", from 9:00
iTaO'er, led by Mrs,. Coldewey af-, A.M. until 12.:00'nopp. Ay. girl in
ter which Mlr. Tom Owens gave the .-first grade and up Is eligible
ti_ devotional. to attend.
-.4iinutes of the last meetingawere The workshopfwill be held at the
hiead by the secretary, Mrs. Charles public park on 16tliStret.; Admis-
Tharpe. sion vwill''be '$1.00. "Alt glrls who
The treasurer's report was giv- want to be cheerlhad" when they
en by Mrs. Tom Alsobrook. Mrs. get in high school' are "rged to
Alsobrook also reported on the, attend4 f7".' V-.
Executive B6ard' meeting at Camp ,.. ,
Weed. which was attended,' by -she
and Mrs. Hepry Hoyt.
The Rev. Henry Hioy spoke t ,,, .,..
Sdihe',:ui"o~ ~tme odf 'the issues "
pertaining to the division of the
Diocese.
Mrs. Coldewey announced that
. the distrdt meeting vwotld be held
in Quic on April' 17.
The meting,was closed with a
prayer by Mrs.. Tom Owens.
Th6 following. members were
present: Mesdames Charles Tharpe,;
Tom Alsobrook, Tom Owens, .Clif-
ford -Arbogast, Robert Tyler, Rich-
ard Mclntosh,, Tom Coldewey, S. '
R. Stone and'Roy Gibson,,.Jr.


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-R' -" '- Q :
it ',express-myincere VisiOrs IIWttedto L g A d V
Thanks fortfiemany expressions of TOPS Club Meeting
? love,' thoughtfulness, prayers, flow-
i ers, contributions to missions and NOTICE
-evera act of kindness extended to The TOPS Club met Monday, Ap- TO PARENTS OF ALL STUDENTS
Snev during m' recent illness. My ril 14 at the Port St. Joe Elemen- GRADES 1-12 GULF COUNTY
med tary School with 14 members pres-. May 1 through May 30, 1969 will
"\sincere thanksi to the doctors and tarb Sc th0l1 W n embers preb the Feedom of Choice period
hospital' staff. ent- for students enrolled in the Gulf
ETHEL HOLIDAY Organizational plans were com- Coun~y Scheol System. All grades
pleatedd ti-tieh. lectihg of officers in our school system are desegre-
S leted wit lecg of officers gated. Parents or other adults serv-
d- CARD OF THANKS -' ..to fill several .vacant seats. ing as the guardian of any student
I want to thank my friends for who will be entering grades, 1-12
'the bards and flowers that they Regular meetings are held each next year may choose any school in
sent 'me during the illness and Monday at the Elementary School ourystem for their child to at-
deatli of.my sister. Your thought- 'at 7: 0 p.m. .. Every student, white and Negro
fulness was deeply appreciated. entering grades 1-12 must make a
May the Lord bless each of you. Prospective members are invite choice of schools. If the student
FANNIE MONTGOMERY ed to visit. entering a lower grade is fifteen
'A M r Y, ,, ... -years old or older, he may make a
i, /choice himself with the, approval
(of one parent. A child enrolling in,
the school system in grades 1-12
the first time' must mae a.
SER ICE th lbice of 'sinelo before o14 ani. he
S~ iie of' enrolfmont.
SParent school choice forms will
be,, sent tO parents by students
SSURANCE ~~'shtly enrolled. They may.also
I$SURANCE.. be obtained at any public school
9or the office of the Superintendent.
of ACCURACY It sfulbe m ted and return-r
i PAedl y969You may mail
-It. v.nor ." m singer or by
aare your guaq'p h IN,. principal or to
f. r -the': 'tfice" Of e Superintendent
o fj oace mind at any time. between May 1 and
ave your rescrip. May 30, 1969. No one may require
filled at our Phar- o returnn your- choice form
SNrAMy 30, 1969 and no prefer-
,efit s given for returning the
choice form early.
S P1HO E No principal, teacher or other
school oficiaes permitted to in-
..ai. demonstrated by fluence4"iy .o n making a choice
t'on of drivei ly return of the
Sat the rear of ou che 'o one is permit
s t.reor o o tpo .yor op' realize any student
r for your onv or 'btHer peson' because of choice
ienes Just buzz for ser." made.' A choice once made cannot
vi 41 your car. be changed except for serious hard-
No clil'd will be denied his first
A A.CE, i. e i tnlpss for reasons of over-
.. ct-'wding dt the school chosen, in
.. iS having your prbs" which case children living nearest
I rl having your pr bthe school will have preference.
cr ,tons .ompoonded by uti-Your School. Board and th
a e graduate Pharmaceuti- school staff will do everything
"cal Chem ist. "s -- that ve can to see that the rights
.- ... of all students are protected.
Is. R. MARION CRAIG,
Superintendent, 3t-4-17
lGulf County Schools
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WJOE Sponsoring

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FTOE, the Giant of the Gulf
Codst, is cooperating'with the Port
St. 'Joe Junior Class ih presenting
for -the. people, of this area an old-
fashioned, direct from Nashville,
Te"n., Grand Ole Opry show, star-
ring Charlie louvin,:, one of the
mo*t: tplepted, professional. music
arts of today. *
T'o shows will be presented at
the Centenmital -iildinig Sunday,
Ap 20.lj, h ft h, il be
at e and secd, t 8:00
p rn| "? '"
'ts 'or the 4:00 p.m. shove,
ma b chasedd from any mem-
ber 1fh' Junior 'Classand tickets
for, eiveni sif io* may be pur-
chased at WJOE Rhdio and Rich's
IGA .'',,." ..... 1 ,
j H gb Scooa Jtnior Class is
sell g tickets, s ..;ineans to raise
money, .fr theb upior-Senior ban-
quet, 'Tickets are S.00. n.-,dvance
and ;1.50 at the door., ,,


Area Superintendents Agree On

Series of Post-Testing Workshops

MARIANNA Plans for a se- counties, had agreed to, conduct
ries of post-testing workshops were six days'-of inservice workshops
among the products of a meeting for the area.
of sevefi West Florida school super. The committee, agreeing that the
intendents here Thrusday; teachers must know effective ways
An exchange of ideas on avari- to interpret and utilize, the tests
ety of other' school problems, with resin Gults. The meeting will be held
emphasis on cooperation to achieve in Gulf County on the morning of
better educational results, was June 9 and-will involve 126 per-
-. sons.,


another feature of thme meeting.
The superintendents were meet-
ing as the Advisory Committee of
the Panhandle Area Educational
Cooperative program planning and
services to schools in nine North-
west Florida .Counties. Jackson
County Supeifint ent Robert E.
Childs is chairman of the commit-
tee. 4 .'*
W. L. Kitching, cooperative di-
rector, told'the committee that Har-
court, Brace and World Testing Co.,
publishers of .tests iBeing. admits-
tered thi .wee' in eight o-he-

Becky Hedix named
I To Agnes Stott Office ,.
BeCky Hendrix has been elected
treasurer of the sophomore class
for 1969-1970 at Agnes Scott Col-
lege, Iecatur, Georgia.
Tho daughter of Dr.' and Mrs. J.
W. Hendrix, 505 16thf Street, Port
St. 'Joq, Becky is a graduate of
Poft Pt. Joe High School.
*Installation ceremonies for the
office were held April 7. Becky is
currehnly a freshman at Agnes
| Scott.


Of the' nine counties in the
cooperative, Bay County alone is
not taking part in the areawide
testing program.'Bay County had a
testing program of its own in pro-
gress when the, areawide effort was
undertaken. -
Superintendenits taking part in
the ThurSday meeting, besides
Childs, .were.: ._rald Commander.
Holme, ol0nty; Al Lowe, Washing-
ton County; HoWard Johnson, Cal-
houn County; 0: B. Shuler, Liberty
County; Marion Craig, Gulf County;
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T;HURSDAY, 4PeiIL li, 1969


PAGEE SLTEN~


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ichrd Russell Assumes Direction

"r Of State Welfare District No. 2
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., April lin, Gadsden, Gulf Jackson, Jel
11 Richard L. Russell, a re- ferson, Leon, Liberties and WE
'cent graduate of Florida State kulla counties. In March, 17,15
a ,Univei-sity with a' master's de- needy.persons were being help
gree in social work, returns as ed by district staff.
director, of.' the nine county Mr. Russell, his wife, Nordice
State Welfare District 2 with a and three children live in Quin
ain office in Quincy, Fla. ey.
lM r. ussell'was selected to at-


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S 'dfi' exceptional demon-
,o dr''ged abilt. i'r the' field 'of
A t w rk. '
'.iice -j'oining the. State Wel-
fare'.Departmeht in 1958,' he has
4,rve 'as a social-yWorker, social-
S'worfer.supervisor and as acting
district director.
As the district director, Russell.
is responsible for planning and
dirdeling the vork of about 200
social work and clerical staff
providing' help -to" flie' eligible
;needy .wlio are aged, blind; pre-
manently and totally disabled
and children in Calhoun, Frank-


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LADIES' WINTER LEAGUE
13 Mile Oyster Company put it
on Hannon's Insurance last week,
taking pll four games. Donna Ward
.paced the "Oysterettes" with a 173
game and 461 series. Hannon's Bar-
" bara Owens had a 388 series and
'a 139 game. -
Pate's walked away with. all 'four
games from. Tapper's, Senators. Ru-
by Lucas threw ahbig ball for.Pate's
with a-513-series and a-191 game.
Shirley Whitfield's 438 series and
59 game was the best-for the
Senators.
Dairy Burger and the Stevedores
-fought to, a 2-2 'tie. Evelyn Smith
had the big ball going for the Bur-
gers with her 523 and a whopping
1201 game. Melba Barbee did what
she does best' for the Stevedores,
rolling a 440 series and 157 game.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1969


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Class Exh

A very unusual and excit
Exhibit of ceramic tile an
cast plastics is on display


Potential School Library Books Are

Being Exhibited in School Board Offi

Sixteen hundred books have which organized, and. su
been organized into a curricu- the exhibit, is a national
lum-related collection which con- iting operation that neither
stitutes the basic titles that cits nor fills. orders, It op
should be in every, school library as a service organization 1
at ,1he Elementary through Jun- schools throughout. the U
ioi"High levels. They will be on States.
display at :the Gulf County Me-
dia Center, Gulf County Court- Th6 public is invited tc
house, from April 22 through the exhibit during the sp(
May 2, on school days, from 1:00 hours.
p.m. to.4:30 p.m.,
"Every book in the exhibit has
been recbm'oen iled -by three -or '
more of a dozen reviewing-eval-
uating sources that -schools and
their personnel look to for guid
ance in selecting and ordering
library .books. Actually, 85% of'
the titles have four or' more rec-
omnmenrilations, 65% have five
or more, 40% have six or more.
lRepresebting today's curricu-
* lum needs in balanced propor-
tion, the .collection ranges from
picture and easy books at the '
primary level to literature, so- .,
cial studies, science and applied
science, arts, crafts .and hobbies
at the Junior High level. .
Bopks on Exhibit, the company
vin'q Standard Service three games
out of' four. Katie Hall led the
'winners with' her 145 game and
Sue Parrish helped with her 370
series. Marvin's own little'lady, Dot
OtShall had a 436 series and a 16f
game.
STANDINGS W L. ,
Pate's Service Center 81% 26% '
13 Mile-Oyster Co. 79% 28%,
Dairy Burger --------66 42
Tapper Senators ---. 59 49
St. Joe Stevedores -_ 52% 55 ..
Hannon Insurance -- 42 66
Marvin's Standard --- 29 79
No. 1 Drive-In-------.... 23% 84%
Gulf County Ladies League
The Gulf County Ladies Bowl
ing League met Wednesday night'
of last. week with a _fairly even
showing of strength from the eight
teams participating. : .
St. Joe Furniture and Williams
Alley Kats split even two and two '
Eleanor Williams was high for the -
Alley Kats with her 191 game and ,J
a 475 series. Sue Parrish paced
St. Joe Furniture with her 180
game and 486 series. ..
Amison's coped three out of four
from Carpettes as Verna Burch
had a good night with her 190
game and 530 series. Betty Varnes,.
also bowling for Amison's, took a
5-10 split. Greta Freeman had the'
big ball for Carpettes and Delores
Cox walked away with high series. : -:
St. Joe Kraft took three out of ;
four from WJOE's Radio Actives
as Ruby Lucas rolled a 183 for
high game and a 453 series. Doris
Strickland was high for WJOE
with a 155 game and a 423 series.
Doris also expertly picked up a
6-7 split.
Whitco, Inc., took three out of
four from the AN Railroad Ho-
boes. Melba Barbee had high game
of 176 and a series of 442. How-
ever, Shirley Whitfield took high
series with her 443. Close girls!
The high Hobo was Dot Hamm with
a Y166 game .and '497 series. Chris- .
tine Lightfoot had i real good
night as a substitute for Whitco'' "
rolling a 422 series and picking
up the 3-10.and 5-10 splits. '
STANDINGS W L
St. Joe Kraft ----- 75% 361
St. Joe Furniture ---- 70% 41
Wi.lliams Alley Kats _- 64 48
Amison's ----------- 60 52
Whit'o ... -... 56% 55% ,
TCarpettds .. 51 61 : "" '5"
WJOE -------- 39% 72% I
AN Railroad ------- 31 80 ': :


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on High Industrial Arts


biting Ceramic Works,

ing Art County. Superintendent of Public letter holders with pens and hold-
d clear Instruction office at the Gulf Coun- ers,t book ends, 'small statues and
t ty Courthouse. The public is cor- desk accessories, eagle wall hang-
at the dially invited to vit and view the ing finished in metallic' pewter
work of George Washington High and bronze are examples of th,
'School's Industrial 'Arts Depart- infinite use of this method of -us
meant. ':. ing plastics. .
ces The ceramic work of the Seve"nh The Industrial Arts Department
ic grade students is'rmade 'in forms is under the direction of Alber
of desk top ash trays, trivets, hot Wynn, who has been in this posi-
ppulies plates, all these of varying shapes tion in Gulf county for the past 17
exhib- and sizes, designs and color com- years. He is a graduate of Lincoln
r soli- binations,
rates The clear cast' plastics are the i PINES
to the work of the ninth grade students.
United The versatility of the material and Stand Tall
lthe beauty of th6 clear colors is I 'I FlSt r i a's
visit shown in the creative art object In Florida's
,cified displayed. Desk ash trays, with I Future!
pens an dholders, letter files anr


High School of Tallahassee, and re- Wynn, Jr. a, sophomore at A and MX
ceived his B. S. Degree, majoring University, and a daughter, Valerie
in Industrial Arts, from A and M in the third grade.
University of Tallahassee in 1952; Mr. Wynn is also the representa-
and also his Master's Degree in tive of George Washington High
1961. Madeline Wynn, his wife, is School on the Gulf County Arti
the Reading Specialist for the Council.
George Washington High School The exhibit will remain up until
They have two children, Albert May 15th.


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ITalI Oil Plays Big Part In Port St. Joe's Economy

A dozen years ago, contruction'Glidden Durkee Division, arid year. Once each year the plant point and say'it is "Tall" in West 1900's. Refining of Tall Oil began
"i=was under way on the edge of town the plant in Port St. Joe has been shuts down for about 2 weeks for Florida's industrial community; the in the Scandinavian countries in
ln Port St. Joe to build a Tall Oil altered and modified many, times an annual maintenance repair. It term applied to this oil-out-of-the the 1920's and a successful process
'4Plant. The plant was erected by'in the' past decade however, takes 48 hours to shut 'the plant pine is an anglicizing of the Norwe- did not come to the American con-
Swhat was-then the Glid'den Comn- since beginning production in down, and another 48 hours to put gian word, "Tallolja". The Norwe- tinent until after World War 1. As
padiy. Tings have changed, since early 1957 the Port St. Joe Plant it bck "on steami. Running a- gains discovered'the availability of a byproduct of pine wood pulping,
then Glidden merged with the has operated continuously 24 hours round tlie clock, the Port Si. Joe this raw material almost .100 years,the Norwegian tern (meaning
'.M Corboration to become ih:e per day, alniost everyday of thb Plant produces well in excess of ago, but it had no uses until the."Pine Oil") was. imported along
S 20,000 tons of Tall Oil products


Operator watches over Glidden-Durkee plant o
I erations from this console board.
t ,*


per year. Not only many tons of
product pour fourth from the facli-
ty, but dollars are also pumped
into, the community. The 10 acre
plant's .50 employees account for
a payroll of considerably more than
a quarter million dollars per year.
Glidden Durkee invested a
half-million dollars in moderniza-
tion to its Tall Oil Plant last year,
primarily to bring about product
quality improvement. This new
equipment is completed and just
how being brought into stream
with the "existing" equipment.
Glidden Durkee officials state
that competition is strong in the
Tall OiL Chemicals Field, and con-
Ssant product improvement is one
way to stay up with competition.
In Panama City, Arizona Chem-
ical Company is also a large pro-
4ucer of Tall Oil chemicals. Iait
year, more than 100,000 tons of
Tall Oil Chemicals were produced
in West Florida, anid sold to in-
dustries throughout the U.S.A. and
in numerous foreign countries. A's
a growing Florida industry very
large in this area, it is interesting
to know more about these pro-
ducts made from the Pine Tree.
p- (DEFINITION)
Tall Oil is not an oil that is tall,
although we could streach the


All phases of local operation "looked at" regular:
by a computer to maintain high quality;


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Most new cars look like other cars. But when the
word gets out that something really different Is on
the way, rumors run wild. Few cars have caused
So much talk as Maverick. Ford's new entry In the
small car field rivals the economy Imports In price
/ ... but tops them In power, performance, passen-
ger room arid luggage capacity. We've been boma
barded with questions about Maverick. Now, for
the first time, here are the answers.
Q. Whydid you build the Maverick?T
A. We think of Maverick as another on'e of Ford Motor
Company's answers to the gold drain. Now Amerl-
cans who want small car economy don't have to'
send their UlS.;idoilars overseas. ,
'0. Why did you call It Maverick?
A. You know what a maverick Is. A maverick breaks the
rules. A maverick is different. Maverick plugs the big
gap' between, the compacts and the Imports. It has a
wheelbase eight, Inches shorter than a '69 Falcon,
"eight and one-half inches longer than a VW .1500.
Nothing else like It I-
0. Why did you make it this size? (
A. Maverick pinches perniles, not people. We gave
Maverick more leg room. More shoulder room. More
luggage room. Good example: the frontfseat of a
Maverick offers you nine inches more shoulder room
than the front seat of the leading economy import'
and its trunk can handle all the luggage for a family
of four, including a set of golf clubs.
0. What do I get for the.price?
A. You get your mohey's worth. A complete, built-for-
/ Americans kind of'car. Room. Hot styling. Color-
keyed interiors. Even the healer is Included. Some
economy car interiors are about as luxurious as a
park bench. Not Maverick's You get plush seats.
Cloth and vlrinl upholstery wilh unique tanan plaid
cloth inserts. Youalso get safely features like smart
pull-out door handles. Strong safety door locks.Two-
speed electric wipers. Safety belts; Head restraints.:
Plus conveniences like armrests, coat hooks, lighted
heater controls... important little things that add so
much to your driving comfort.
Q. What about options?
A. You can get 'em if you want 'em. 'You can order into
gral air conditioning. "(It's built In, not hung on.)
Other options include 3-speed automatic or Idw-cost
semiautomatic transmission, and a hefty200 CID Sibx
But lots of people won't put an extra cent into this


't have to read it ail-but ith nice to know i
car. Because it's all there. A complete car all ready
to drive home.


Q. What kind of gas mileage can Iget?
, A. That depends on you as well as the car. You can get
,as much as 25 or 26 miles per gallon-if you have an,
educated toe and the right road conditions. If you6
have a lead Ioot, or do a lot of city driving, you will
get a lot less. In tests by professional drivers at our
tracks, where we do our best to duplicate actual
driving conditions, Maverick averaged 22.5 mpg.
0. What kind of power does Maverick have?
A. Maverick's Six leis loose 105 galloping horses."
That's 52 more than you get in the 4-cylinder VW
1500. Maverick can cover 417 feet In ten seconds
from a standing start. That means you can get up to.
highway speed In a hurry. When you enter a 70 mph
turnpike, you won't feel like a retired bookkeeper,
thrust into the middle of a pro football game.
Q. If It has an eight Inch longer wheelbase than the
leading import, does it still handle and park easily?
A. Maverick can U-turn in a tighter circle (35.6 feet)
than the leading economy import (36.0 feet). Mav-
erick can slant through traffic like a halfback. It can
turn on a dime and give you nine cents ch6rige. If.
you've been driving any other American car,'you'll
find Maverick's neal size adds up to 51'a feet to any
parking space.
Q. Can Detroit really build a small economy car that's
tough and long lasting?
A. It's not easy, but we did it. Maverick's unilized body
construction makes it light, strong and durable. It's
welded like a battleship. Rustprooflng compound
goes,into deep crevices that never see the light of
day. Then all that strength'is covered with four coats
of paint for lasting beauty. Result: one tough little
car that's put together to stay together. (The service
schedule-in the Maverick owner's 'manual goes up to
108,000 miles or nine years; that ought to tell you
something about its rugged durability.)
O. How aboutparts and service?
A. Maverick is designed to be 'unusually easy to ser-
vice. You're dealing with made-in-America parts and
6,000. easy-to-find Ford Dealers. Fast repairs and
easy replacements mean extra savings in both time
and money.
Q. Is Maverick really easier and less expensive to
maintain than an economy Import?
A. Definitely. Maverick oil changes come only every.
6,000 miles and chassis lubrication once every


Manufacturer's suggested retail price for the car. #rioe does not Include: white sidewall tires,
$32.00; dealer preparation charge, if any; transportation charges, state and local taxes.


fs all there. L
36,000 miles. The leading, economy ,import, recom-
Smends oil changes every 3,000 miles (twice as often-
as Maverick) and chassis lubrication every 6,000
miles (six times as ohen as Maverick!). Those are
Just a few examples of the many ways.Maverick
lessens Inconvenience -and lowers operating cosL
Q. Can I do my own maintenance work?
A. Yes, if you have an average amount of mechanical.
ability. The Maverick owner's manual contains 24
pages of detailed diagrams and easy-to-follow In-
structions for routine maintenance jobs you can do
yourself, if you wish. You'll find it easy to change,
spark plugs, replace ignition points .. plus many
other do-It-yourself repairs and replacements.
0. Can a small car be safe? And how safe Is safte
A. This small car Incorporates the latest advances In
engineering. Maverick's brakes are as big as a stan-
-dard compact'd-designed to stop cars weighing
hundreds of pounds more. Maverick gives you'
weight .. power .. stability. Designed for Ameri-
can driving conditions.
0. How does Maverick ride?
A. Here's where Maverick's longer, wider stance really
pays off., You get a smoother, quieter ride. May-
erick's., tight, strong, unitized body helps eliminate
squeaks and rattles. Special insulation blocks out
road noise. The people who brought you a Ford that
was quieter than a Rolls-Royce now bring you a
small car that doesn't sound like a power mower.
Q.Js there an advantage In the fact that Maverick Is
really a 1970 car?
A. Slower depreciation is one money-in-the-pocket ad-
vantage. Maverick's 1970 model designation,means
.t keeps its trade-in value higher, longer. (Maverick
Is built to be a good investment from the minute you
Sbuy it to the minute you sell it.)
Better come take a 'look' at this one. You'll, find It
where the action Is... right in there with, other great
Ford values like specially equipped Ford Galaxie
500's ... Fairlanes ... Mustangs and Falcons.
You'll find them at'your Ford Dealer's ... the place
you've got to go to see what's going on.'

For an authentic 1/25 scale model of the new
Ford Maverick, send $1.00 to Maverick, P.O.
Box 5397, Department N-50, Detroit, Mich-
'ean 48211. (Offer ends July 31, 1969).


ITS THE GOING THINGS

MAVERICK (0


St. Joe Motor Company

POT ST. JOE, FLORMDA


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with the process. This was done so
as not to confuse this material
with the "Pine Oil" that Americans
are familiar with, which is of a dif-
ferent chemical composition.
(DERIVATION)
Crude Tall Oil is obtained when
pine wood is processed into pulp,
for production of kraft paper (used
in bags and cardboard boxes), The
pine wood is reduced to chips,
cooked in a solution to reduce it
to pulp, and the pulp is then wash-
ed and finally put through the
gaint machines that make the
paper. (See chart). A total of nine
mills in the state of Florida pro-
duce more than 3 million tons of
paper and cellulose per year, mak:.
ing this state the nation's 3rd lar-
gest' wood pulp processor. Inter-
national Paper Company's Plant in
Panama City was the first mill
erected in Florida, starting Flor-
ida's forest-use-evolution from lum-
ber over to pulp wood a s 'iggist
in this forest-usagefield. All of
-these pulp mills use primarily pine
wood, and all yield this byproduct
known as Crude Tall OIL -
When Glidden -- Durkee built
its plant. in Port St. Joe, all of its
raw materials came from St. Joe
Paper Company's mill across high..
way 98. The Port St. Joe Tall' Oil
Plant has greatly increased its r,
ductiob, rate in 16 years, however
today, about 55% of Glidden',
Crude Tal Oil is purchased from
St. Joe Paper Company, and the
other 45% purchased from other
pulp mills outside of Gulf County.'
(PRODUCTS and PRODUCTION).
Crude Tall Oil contains the chem-
icals which are separated or "re-
fined", to yield the products called
Tall Oil derivatives. 3 primary in-
gredients are covered, called (a)
Tall Oil Rosin (b) Tall Oil Fatty
Acids, and (c) Distilled Tall Oils.
Tall Oil Rosins compete with gum
and wood rosins. Tall Oil Fatty
Acids are similar to vegetable oils,
and compete with materials such
as Soya ,Bean Oil. Distilled -Tall
Oils are light colored oils contain-
ing much\reduced proportions of
Rosins and neutral materials. Also
split off of the crude aiFd minor


portions called Tall Oil Pitch, and
Heads. These Tall Oil derivatives
have more than 100 industrial ap-
plications, from adhesives to caulk-
ing compounds ti linoleum to
waterproofing agents.
Spliting of the crude inot deri-
vatives is done with giant towers
called Fractional Distillation Col-
umns. These towers in the Port St.
Joe plant are run from a central
control room. An interesting re-
cent addition to the, Glidden -
Durkee Plant's Control Room is a
special computer panel. Flowrate,
temperature, pressure and other
readings throughout the plant are
recorded and controlled on panels
'in'the central -control room. The
computer panel also receives these
pneumatic signals, and converts
them to electronic' impulses. The
signals in the electronic forms are
then flashed to a computer. The
computer accepts Tall Oil plant
signals and stores the information
in a memory bank. Once each hour,
the computer assimilates all the
data collected for that hour, analiz-
es the. tall oil plant production
and sends a typewritten,message
to Port St. Joe plant operators.
These messages assist tihe oper-
-ators in maintaining peak efficien-
cy in the plant operation.
Dispite the computer's valuable
-assistance, 'it still takes skilled
people to run the plant. Most of the
plant's staff has also been at work
there tor better than 10 years. This
includes a small office 'staff, 'a
maintenance crew, several lab peo.
ple, and the production department
which works "Shifts" to keep pro-
duction going 24 hours per day
Glidden-Durkee's Tall Oil plant
provides a dozen products, which
have 100-plis applications, and
shipped these products to almost
every state last year plus 2 dozen
foreign countries. Sales of Tall Oil
chemicals, world wide from
Port St. Joe make this industrial
commodity a major product in this'
area. You'll be hearing much more
about Tall Oif .derivatives from
Gulf County in the coming years,
and when you do, now you'll also
know what these chemicals are.


Many Major Highway Accidents Are

Caused by Minor Traffic Violations


The Florida Highway Patrol,
this week, said that a great many
of the State's~ traffic accidents
are caused by the "not-so-major",
violations often ignored in high-
way safety porgrams.
Colonel H. -N Kirkman, Di.
rector of the Department of Pu-
blic safetyy said,. "Most attend.
tion in the traffic safety field is
directed to the major causes of
<


If you can't stop,,.
be ready to start
paying.
So, top first at the brake service
*hop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and D.e-
pendable Parts. You can bhasuo
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA Seal be.-
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guarantsed di.
pendability available only
through the servicerepair h
that show the NAPA igan.



SSafnd uve a
big chift




ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.


accidents and too often the 'not-
so-major' violations are neglect-

Kirkman said that past exper-
ience has. shoW',that the three
leading causes of accidents in
Florida .account for half the ac-
cidents;. The remaining half, over
100,000 yearly, are attributed' to
"minor" violafidns, such as run-
ning red lights and stop signs,
improper turns, improper or in-
adequate vehicle equipment and
improper passing.
"The alert driver knows that
in the total traffic safety picture
there are no 'minor' violations
-- only minor consequences and
a split second, separates a 'minor'
violation from a major tragedy,"
Kirkman concluded.

Port St. Joe Needs An Airpori



Legal Adv.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JU DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. "
DIVORCE
DORIS ANN CARTER,
Plaintiff,
WAYNE CARTER,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: WAYNE CARTER, whose
place of residence and Post
Office address is R. D. 2, Dov-
er,, Delaware.
.OU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for divorce has been, fled
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Honorable
Carroll L. McOauley, plaintiff's at-
torney, whose address is 221 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, on
or before May 8, 1969, and file the
originaL.with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default .will
be entered against you 'for the re.
lief demanded in the complaint or
petition. ,.
WITNESS my hand and the" sea
of this Court n Ari 1, 1969.
/s/ G Y. .CORE0
(lerk, Circuit Court
(SEAL) 4t4-3


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
Methodist Youth Felowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 PM.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendlines Still Surives'


THE STAR, Port St. Joo, Florld.2


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GE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Jo., FlorIda THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1969
RICH and SONS' IGA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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TABLERITE 7-BONE
CHUCK ROAST ----------b.
TABLERITE ROUND BONE
SHOULDER ROAST -------- Ib.
TABLERITE BEEF
BRISKET STEW ---3 lbs.
TABLERITE
CHUCK STEAK -- lb.
TABLERITE BEEF
SHORT RIBS l----------- b.


TABLERITE BLADE BONE


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Beef shortribs, are just what the name implies. They come
from the portion which lies right under ribs or the end of
standing rib roast. In ordering the portion per person, consider -.
the method or size of cut shortrib. Figure I'lb. per person
(bone in). Shoriribs are popular, juicy and well flavored,
containing both fat. and lean. They should be braised slowly
(with moisture). Add vegetables to stretch their flavor good-
n ess: 'So, take a pound of shortribs (no, you better get 3 lbs.
for4 servings). FTry the following recipes *for economical,.
S flavorful meal planning ,
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1 doz. EGG!
ASSORTED. FLAVORS
Hi-C Drinks
iASST. FLAVORS IGA
kiL. U:M A


ASST. FLAVORS IGA CAI
D; DRINKS :
SWIFT'S POTTED
MEAT 10
SWIFT'S CORNED BEEF


1 3


58s
68c
69c
68c
39c


TABLERITOE LEAN
GROUND BEEF ---3 lbs. $1.39


PICKLE and PIMENTO LOAF SPICED LUNCHEON or BOLOGNA
TABLERITE LUNCHEON MEATS 1, Ib. pkgs.
12 OUNCE PACKAGES -
COPELAND WIENERS --- 2 packages
FROSTY MORN


DANDY SAUSAGE


69c

79c
2


- -- 2 lb. roll 89


ASSORTED FLAVORS IGA

POT PIES
85 -oz.
PKGS.

TGA OCEAN 1 LB. PKGS.
PERCH FILLETS---2 pkgs. 88c


IGA DELICIOUS 6 OZ. CANS, .
LEMONADE ....
* 1 ( '


REG. 99c STYLE
HAIR SPRAY --- 13 oz.
TANGEE REG. $1.00 SIZE
DUSTING POWDER,'_. pkg.
COTTON PKG. of 54 ..
Q-TIP SWABS.-- pkg.
1 J ". _


ASSORTED FLAVORS IGA


ICE MILK
HALF GALLON
CARTON 4


IN QUARTER POUND SQUARES
BLUE BONNET MARGARINE


Ib.


BORDEN'S NEW
FLORADORA ORANGE JUICE--. --. quart
19 a~nuTT 12


77c


PET

EVAP. MILK


6


TALL
CANS


3 cans. 28c


89c


A7r ;FOLGER'S INSTANT


39c


COFFEEi


MODESS SANITARY

NAPKINS
IGA YELLOW CLING

PEACHES


29c
39c


HUNGRY JACK BISCUITS ---2 pkgs. 33c


IG HAMBURGER or ',

Hot Dog uns *


SAVE MORE With A $10.00 ORDER
IGA, Qt. Jar With $10.00 Order or More
Mayonnaise 38c
DETERGENT With $10.00 Order or 'More
TIDE XK KING 98c
FOLGER'S With $10.00 Order or More
COFFEE 1 LB 58c
IGA Laundry With $10.00 Order or More
BLEACH HALGAL. 25c
ROBIN HOOD-With $10.00 Order or More
FL 0 UR 5LB. BAG47
n'- 02-1-

ONE TIME CLOSEOUT SALE
S..FREE Blooming ,
FERRIS
346 oz. Q GRAPEFRUIT -
3Cans U9 CELLO BAGS RADISHES and
CARR`OCTS
1. 00 v GARDEN FRESH

Le.'ED FLORIDA C
p 12 Oz. f GOLDEN RIPE
Cans EU U.0 SINGLE. BANANAS ---.-
FANCY CELLO BAGS BELL-PEPPERS or
30 z CUCUMBERS----
Cans UI ORANGES, APPLES, GRAPEFRUIT

2Cas 078 C FRESH HARD CABBAGE ---
O Completely Home Owned and Operated by E.J. Rich and Sons I


Pkgs.
)of 12


29c


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LQUID 2DETER.GNT SANDWICH BREAD _. 2 loaves 49c
SRIGA FRESH
Q 0 .POTATO CHIPS -- twin pak 39c
QUART I^ .,
BOTTLE rC SHOWBOAT NO. 2% CANS
PORK and BEANS --. 5 cans $1.00

See and Hear THE ASSEMBLY GOSPEL SINGERS
In Our Store In Person Saturday, April 19


2:00 P.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M.


lZALEAS 2P-$1.00
WESTERN
each 5c CA N T A L 0 UPES ---- 4 for $1.00


2 bags 19c


ORN
' lb. 10c
.bag:19c


FRESH FLORIDA
STRAWBERRIES ---- 3 pints $1.00


5


EARS 39c


LOOK! LOOK
FRESH LEMONS ------ doz. 29c
WHY PAY MORE?
Hard Head LETTUCE ---- head 19c


[T FERRIS' FRUIT, FLORIDA'S BEST
RUIT 3


-L lb. I5c


BAGS $1.00


FRESH POLE BEANS ----- lb. 19c
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STA


PETUNIAS TOMATOES
PEPPERS
FINEST IN PLANTS
BLOOMING
ROSE BUSHES
ecmh $2.95
BEST SELECTION of
SPRING GARDEN SEED
SIn Bulk r Packets

FERTI LIZER
Commercial and Lot
SPREADER FOR RENT
SPECIALS .FOR
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"Super-RFR VERCyt Beef .3
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1"Spr-Rig ht",Qualilt WasiernBee Xe
I.Calito-ni-a Roast.,.7%c
"Super-Right" Boneless Beef
Sholder Roast b. 89c.
"Super-Right" All Meat
a ~~12 o.
Skinless: Franks 39A
Sulteta Quck Frozen Meat 11 oz. pkg.
Piners 2 for .89c

Fis Stikks il 59c
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Quick ,"en
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-....Our Own Easy Brew Speciall AaP Bland Special

TEA BAGS 100count box 79c INST.RICE.. 14ox 35c
Rockingliam Whole Speciall Kraff Parkay ,Speciall
mam52 oz. can $ ggg gg1l.Cn.
CHICKEN... 5. 1" MARGARINE ..,+1,co 31C


Fresh Juicy White

.:GRAPEFRUIT

LB5.BAG 49 C

Washington State Special!
Winesap Apples 19
Fresh California Speciall
Artichokes 2 for 29c
da ...
Special Golden Ripe
BA NA A IAs 1s rt. Colors Bathroom Tissue Speciall Hunt's Tomato Sauce, Stewed or Italian Speciall
SBAA 10 1SOFT-WEVE3 379c TOMATOES 4,..+
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Governor Kirk Officially Designates
April As "Cancer Month" In Florida
Governor Claude R. Kirk, Honor- Residential Chairman for t hi s
ar yC. airman of the 1969American year's Cancer Crusade, serving as
Cancer Society Educational and a counter-part of Mrs. Richard
Fund-Raising Crusade in Florida, Nixon who is serving as National
has signed the official Proclama. Honorary Chairman. This is the
tion designating April as Cancer first time the First Lady of Florida
Control Month. Eugene (Gene) has been asked to join ranks with
Harlan, Volunteer Crusade Chair- the Governor in the American Can-
man, witnessed the signing in the cer Society Crusade.
Governor's office. Noting that the Florida Crusade"
The Proclamation, urges every goal is $1,600,000, Gene Harlan
citizen to observe April as Cancer said, "Almost 12,000 Floridaians
:Control Month by having a health died of cancer last year most
check-up for personal protection, of them needlessly. This is an Ed-
noting that many thousands of: ucational Crusade as well as Fund-
lives of Florida citizens could be raising. Ohr goal is to put life-say-
saved by familiarizing themselves ing information in the hands of all
with' Cancer's Seven Warning Sig- Floridians, as well as raise the
nals..More than 70,000 Florida vo- money necessary ;to carry on the
lunteers will join the fight against Cancer Control Program in Florida.'
cancer by contacting their neigh- The American Cancer Society is
bors and fellow citizens with life- the life-line of the future." In ac-
saving information, and accepting cepting the Honorary Chairman-
contributions to be used ift sup- ship, the Governor said, "Mrs. Kirk
port of Research Projects, Edhea- dnd I accept with pleasure abd are
tional activities, and .Service to happy to join our fellow Floridians
Cancer Patients in Florida. in this fight against cancer."
Mrs. Kirk was named Honorary'

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Beware of Phony 43AnglersWll
Soc. Sec. Pe6D6e Receive Prizes


People impersonating social se-
curity or other government em-
ployees prey on the public all the
time, according to Ted A. Gamble,
Social Security manager in Panama
City. These people ue fieany dif-
ferent angles. ,
It was learned recently thatobfib
of the best'"is "working" his wiy
south, Gamble advised. This indi-'
vidual, a white male about 60
years old, likes to pose as a Feder-
al doctor, U. S. Marshall or FBI
Agent.
He is about 'six feet tall, 175 lbs.,
with a medium build, Gamble con-
tinued. His latest gimmick is to
sell medicine and promise higher
social security checks while pos-
ing as a Federal doctor.
He has dark brown-graying hair,
ruddy complexion and dark eyes.
His only real peculiarity is his
nervous, fast way of talking.
"Anyone who is offered higher
social security .benefits or any
other social security special by
someone meeting the above de-
scription should contact our office,"
Gamble concluded.
The telephone number of the
local social security office is 763-
5331. The office is located at 1135
Harrison Ave., Panama City 32401.
The office is open 14onday through
Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Fast, fast ice...
no defrosting ever!


Forty-three lucky anglers will
receive prizes during Florida
State Parks Fishing Rodeo Sat-
urday, April 19, State Parks Di-
rector Bill Miller announced to-
day.
Since spring l( the top fishing
season in Florida, Miller expects
thousands of visitors to migrate ',
to State Parks and try their luck
at winning one of the 43 "Sun-
shine Tickets" to be given to an-
glers who catch the biggest fish
in each park that offers fishing.
This ticket is an annual permit
which'will admit the holder and
all persons in his car to any Flor-
ida State Phrk free.
"'Spring is the best time to visit
Florida State Parks," said Miller.
"Fish are plentiful, flowers in
full bloom,; and ,the climate is
perfect."
For those who' like salt water
fishing, there are beaches, boat-
ing facilities, and piers to fish'.'
from at different State Parks.
Licenses are required for those
who do fresh water fishing, ex-
cept residents who have reached
their '65th birthday, anyone un- '
der 15 years of age, and residents
fishing in their county of legal
residence with pole. and line.
You may .purchase a license at
any County Judge's ,office. '


$319.95
W. T.


16.6 cu. ft. No Frost Refrigerator
with Jet Freeze Ice Compartment.
Sub-zero air blows over trays for fast
freezing.
Freezer holds up to 147 Ibs.
Mobile Cold with separate temperature
controls for each section.
Four cabinet shelves, 1 slides out.
Twin vegetable bins, 2/3 bushel.
Door storage in both sections.
Removable bin for 18 eggs.
Butter compartment.
Coil-free back fits flush to wall.
No defrosting in either section ever!
Only 30/2" wide and 68" high*
GE colors or white.

ARNOLD'S

Furniture and TV


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, Ap"RIL 0,, 1969',


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I- Say w Saw It In The Star
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Schools Taking Survey of


Kindergarten Possibilities


The possibility-and feasibility
of beginning a kindergarten pro-
gram, county-wide, in Gulf Coun-
ty next year, 1969-1970, is now
being studied by the Gulf Coun-
ty School.Board. Parents are ask-


City Endorses
dContinued From Page I)
under conitruction4 the report
showed and are nearing comple-
tion. Stone's report-stated that
on Easter week end, of this year,
the camp operated at capacity,
even using 'the, sites now under
constructional ad still -people
had to be turned away.
Stone's report anticipates the
f;Park will.be a ppup r attraction
his summer se son and with ad-
..,vertising now out on th e new fa-
cility, thechance'sare that.'it will
be woefully inadequate to meet
'.the demand.
"s 'TStone's 'committee 'is' asking,
for support in seeking more ap-
propriations for--the' Park since
the present construction under
way is aill that is planned for the
next two years. -
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Make Application
(Continued From Page 1)
mission. Tuesday night asking for
their .cooperation .'and' official .
eanctio n'for a clean up program
all ovqr the county.
The City usually participates
in the'.annual clean-up program
,by offering free trash removal'
during the special emphasis.


ed to help the schools in con-
ducting a survey of children eli-
gible to attend.
Forms are being made avail-
able today at the local schools to
students who have younger bro-
thers or sisters at home who may
'be of kindergarten age. These
are to be carried home, filled out
by parents and returned to the
school. Students who have neigh-
bors or know of other families
who may have children ready to
begin kindergarten are also ask-
'ed to carry a form to them.
Any child who is now five
'or will be five.years old on
or before December 31, 1969,
is of kindergarten age.


Park Participating

In Fishing RO( o
S.,.Joseph (T-H. Ston femor-"
ia7j-State Park opens tff spring
season with a "Fishfin Rodeo"
dn1 Saturday, April 19, om !8
a.m. to 4 p.hi. The local park is
participating in the Rodeo which
-is being sponsored by all of"the
'State Parks in ti state.
The contestj I who catches
the' bigge'st'-'fih'" in length, on
this day 'will win "a-free "Sun-
shine Ticket", and annual .auto
entrance permit to Florida 'State
Parks. T
St. Joseph (T. H. Stone Me-
morial) State Park offers a var-
.iety of family entertainment in
a wholesome, .outdoor setting.
Everyone is invited to pack up
their gear and spend a fun-filled
day of fishing.


Any parents who have an eli-
gible child and do not receive a
form from one of the schools
arej requested to call the county
office, 227-8211 or 229-6124, or
any of the schools.,



Wewahitchka

Group Dedicating

Camping Facility

The Wewahitchika Develop-
ment Authority will dedicate the
new; Dead Lak.s Camp Grounds
next Wednesday afternoon from
4:00 to 6:00 p.m. The new camp
located two miles North of We-
wahitchka on State Road 71 at
the site of the old fish hatchery,
has facilities for picnicing and
overnight camping. The new
camp is lpeated on the Dead
Lakes and is expected to attract
many. camping vacationers to the
area.
Planned for entertainment at
the dedication is a fish fry, pony
rides for the kids, boat tours of
the Dead Lakes and many other
events.
The Wewahitchka Develop-
ment. Authority is inviting ev-
eryone to -the dedication and
the big fish fry.


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Its a


long tim
between


paint jobs with

Mary

Carter

Paints


'Single Gallon'
' price Reduced
"from $7.30 to
$5.98.


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:,.Smokey Says:


.- Many of today's "wonder drugs" are only adolescents
In the developing wodidof scientific miracles. The hy-
perlension drgs'madi their debut with Rauwiloid in
1953, And in 1954, tranquilizers were first released
for Ipoblic consumption...the sarne year Jonas Salk
ld the way for the dranrtikbreakthrough in polio con-
.1o. In 1962, enzyuies'were i toduced t6 accelerate
tisue repair and reduce inflammiation. Going back
tlfurthr wew find that perqicillin...which has
:,J pr 'e9esaqIyto: lf,...has been in use just 19
( yM t w i-' ly ago thatUh antihistamines
jrit a o m,3 rPIaadst's sIelves. Bearing
id.~I I6 vlop m nd,the future, of prescrip-
tionh ruis dpron i 'd overies inconceivable to the
.maI lnation,. .

J For the It itphfartmaceutcqi stia dardsow prices '
', onsstentwnit lliquaity and the personal attention you
'can-always depend upon, bring,your prescriptions to
SOUR PHARM ACY



Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Wi fs Avenue Pb.-e.27-337
Driv.e-in Window Service Inty'f Free king -
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Everybody Reads em, I

R SALE: 4 bedroom house, large FOR SALE: Garden Club caladium WANTED: Secretary'eceptionisL
amily room, built-in kitchen, bulbs. Good selection. Top qual- Typing and ,horthad required. .
ng room, separate dining room, ity. 20c, 25c and 35c each. See at Permanent position. Good salary-
ng room, separate d.ng ro 'home of Mrs. R. H. McIntosh, Con- arid working conditions. Call, 648-
io, fenced back yard. For ap- stitution Drive or phone 227-4411. 3141 or, 648-3111. '
"trnpnt il 229onfco l nr362 aft


6 call 227-4486. tfc-3-27
HOUSE FOR SALE: 222 6 St. 1288
ft. living space. 3 bedrooms, liv-
ing room, dining room, kitchen,
bath, '.screened front and back
porch. Large junk house in back
yard. Chain link fence. P. W. Petty.
Phone 229-1671. tfc-2-6
FOR SALE: Solid brick 2-bedroom
home on corner lot. 1031 Long
Avenue at 13th St. J. A. Mira, 648-
4128. : tfc-1-30
FOR SALE: Small house, '20'xS0'
to be removed from property.
Located 13th Street, between Long
and McClellan. J. A. Mira, 648-8325.
FOR SALE: Beautiful V.aterfront
home for less than $9.00 per sq.
ft. of living space. Air and auto-
matic heat. Leaving state and must
sell. H. F. Ayers. 227-3986. tfc-4-3
FOR SALE:- Fish .camp and. one
acre of-land on Big Brothers Ri-
ver. TV, electric and gas. Com-
pletely\ furnished. Ready to move
in. See Bob Buchert, 228 7th St.,
Phone 227-7761.
-FOR SALE: 2 bedroom concrete
block house, with 2 tile baths.
Two blocks from Newnan Lake ini
Gainesville, Will trade for place ir
Port St. Joe. For information call-
227-7828.


FOR RENT: Trailer space for one
or two house trailers on lots
back of Costin's Cottages, Beacon
Hill. Call 22M-Y816. tfc-4124
FOR RENT: Warehouse space and
storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co.
Phone 227-4271. tic-6-8


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 419 First St., High-
land View. $25.00 per month. Call
648-4101. tfc-2-13.
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished ap-
artment, air conditioned. Phone
227-7431 or 227-3972. tfc-3-27


FOR SALE: Motorcycle, 1966 Ya.
maha 100. Ecellent *condition.
$140.00. See Ken Small, 1906 Mon-
ument Ave. Itp
FOR SALE: Western saddle. For
information call 229-2626. tfc
FOR SALE: Furnishings for three
rooms, sewing machine, bassinet.
and refrigerator. See at 502 9th
St.' ,,: Itp
FqR SALE: Cheap. 1 male Siamese
' purebred cat. 4- months old. 1
Chihuahua dog, male, 4 months
old. Phone 227-4627. ltp
FOR SALE: 3 male Poodles. 8 wks.
old. David Rich, phone 229-4652
or 229-2575. / tfc-4-3
IMPORT GIF ,SHOP, opening Ap-
ri4 12 at. 42nd Street, Mexico
Beach, Amoi No. 1.' .Phone 648-
3740. t,. tc-4-10
GOOD SELECTION of used TV's.
Arnold's Frnitur & TV. 323
Re'd Ave. tfe4 12
FOR CHAIN LINK' FENCE call
, Emory. Stephans. Free estimate
Guarantee on labor and materials.,
Low down payment. Phone 227-.

FOR REORDERS of Beauti-CQntrol.
cosmetics. Call Mabef Baxle;y.
229-6100 after 5 p.m. 1109.Mon-
ument Ave. tfc-9-26

NEWCHRYSLER
OUTBOARD6 MOTORS
o torsepow.t ". $426.u4
15 horsepower $535.00
"45 horwepower Z J .$595.00
55 horsepower ._ $746.00
'70' horsepower L_-' $999.00
ECONOMY CASH STORE
Apalachicola) Florida'


FOR RENT: 2 bedroomfurnished
apartment.' Phone 229-1361.


FOR SALE or TRADE:.3 bedroom
house, concrete block house with
tile bath, separate dining room,
hardwood floors. Nice' shady lot,
100x100. In Gainesville. Will trade
for place in Port St. Joe. Call 227.
7828 for information.
FOR SALE or RENT: House at 707
Long Avenue. Phone 229-1163..
FOR SALE or RENT: 2 story house
at 507 7thl St. Call 229-3976. tfc
FOR SALE or RENT: House at
White- City. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Write box 1605, Dothan, Ala., or
contact Randall Wikes, 792,0086,
Dothan. 4tp-4-3
FOR RENT: ,Apartment for adults
only. 1 bedroom, living room,
bath, breakfast nook and kitchen.
Phone 229-1352. tfc-4-10


FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 1909 Long Ave. Ph.
648-6200. ltc4-17
FOR-SALE: Conn Tenor Saxophone
See
George Boyer, phone 648-3262. tfc


'"MONUMENTS
COPING
CEMETERY WORK
featuring
GEORGIA GRANITE
and MARBLE
DAN HODGES
Phone 229-6226

WELDING: Electric and acetylene.
Aluminum and cast iron welding.
Years of experience. Call J. L.
Temple 229-6167, 1302 Palm Blvd.
TREE SERVICE: Trees taken down
and removed or trimmed. Call
653-8772 or 653-6343, Apalachicola.
tfc-3-6


HEATH RADIO and
TV SERVICE
Phone 227-5019
4tp Oak Grove 2-1
All work guaranteed.


MAID SERVICE wanted for rental
houses on Mexico Beach. Must.
have transportation. Call 648-3141
or 648-3111.
FOUND: Small watch;'and ring inm
Rich's Super Market. Owner may'
have by identifying and paying for
this ad. Call 227-3161.
FOR SALE: Classic Holiday elec-
tric range with double oven, like
new, $150.00. Lists at $300.00. Also
glass lined round electric water
heater, .50.00; ARC registered Ger-
nan, Shepherd. puppies. Blue' book
stock, $50.00. Phone' 648-4832. tfc

SEPTIC. TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
oz 229-3097.

'FOR
AMBULANCE SERVICE'
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe /
--- CALL-
Comforter Funeral 'Homne
227-3511 I


Need Experienced
CRAB PICKERS
or will Sponsor Training
School for Pickers,
Transportation will be avail-
able if enough apply.
-- Contact -
'ROGER NEWTON ]
Phone 653-8700; at Bayside
Shellfish, Inc.
Apalachicola, Fla.


C. P. Eti edge
518 Third, Street
Port St. J6e, Fla.
Plumbini anqd
Electrical Cpntractor
Call 229-4986 fou1Free Estimate

R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St<
- Joseph Chapter,'No. 56, RAM.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
ROY BURCH, H. P.
WALTER GRAHAM, See.
WILLIS V.- ROWAN, POST 114
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet
iLg second aEid fourth Tuesday,
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion)
Home.
THERE WILL BE a regular cow.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. -,-



R. H. SEWELL, Sr., W.M.,
BILLY' JOE RICH, Sr., 'See


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Car Turns Over

Tuesday Morning

Mrs. Linda Walsingham Kent
of Wewahitchka was not injur-
ed Tuesday morning when her
Volkswagen sedan overturned on
HighwRy 71 about two miles
North of Port St. Joe, according
to Florida Highway Patrolman
Ken Murphy.
Murphy said that Mrs. Kent
was traveling toward Port St.
Joe at about 7:45 in the mnorn-
ing when she ran off the right
shoulder of the road and lost
control 6f her auto. She traveled
120 feet and turned over- oni the
side of the road. Estimated dam-
. ages to the auto were about
$200.00. .
Mrs. Kent was charged with
failure to have her vehicle under.
control.


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Legal Adv.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
IN RE: Estate of
ISAAC TRIPP,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
ADMINISTRATOR
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I
have filed my final returns as ad-
ministrator de bonis non of the'
estate of Isaac Tripp, deceased; .
that I have filed my petition for
final 'discharge, and that I will ap-
ply to the Honorable Sam P. Hus-
band, County Judge of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, on May 12, 1969, for.
approval of the same and for final
.discharge as administrator de bonis
non of the estate of Isaac Tripp,
deceased.
April 11, 1969.
R. A. DRIESBACIH,
Administrator de .bonis-
Snon of the Estate of Isaac
Tripp, deceased. 4t-4-7

NOTICE OF LOCAL
S, LEGISLATION@
Notice is hereby give of inten-
tion to apply to the legislature of
the State of Florida, at its regular
session, 1969, for the 'passage of
a local bill, the substance of which -
contemplated law is as.alollows: -
To abolish the present'Municipal
Government of the City of Ward
Ridge, Florida, and to provide for
the establishment of a. Municipal
Government- for the City of Ward
Ridge, Florida, providing for offi-J
cers of said City, their ,duties and
powers, the territory embraced
within said Municipality, and by.
setting out therein all the powers
and duties usually 'applicable to
Incorporated Cities and Towns-.
This notice to be' published at
least .one time thirty (30) days
prior to introduction of said Bill.
DATED this 16th day of April, ,
1969.
JOHN E. RICH, Mayor
City of Ward Ridge, Fla.


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