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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chaffahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965
Dixie Youth All
Star Ball Games
The annual Dixie Youth Baseball
all-star games will be held this
year Saturday afternoon at the lo-
Scal ball park in Forest Park. Game'
times will be at 4:30 and 7:30 p. m.
with the National and American
League all-stars performing.
The Star was planning on pub-
lishing names of the team' rosters
this week, but the names have not
kl en made available as yet.
A '. / ..'. V
New officers sworn into office by the Port St. Little, director; Thurmon Jacobs, treasure
Joe Jaycees Saturday night at the annual installa- Nedley, director; Sonny Bean, director; Jet
tion banquet are pictured above. They are, left to livan, director; Tom Ford, cdiector, and Jot
right, Joe Parrott, past president and current ard, president. -Sta
director; Jim Harrison, first vice-president; Lou
Howard Installed As J C resident'
I i In conjunction with the all-star
Games, several valuable door prizes
will be given at the close of each
Sgarie. The prizes were donated for
the occasion by local retail merch-
'7. n '| merchants donating prizes and
'the prizes donated are as follows:
er; Bob Dixie Youth Baseball, two 6-
ry Sul- Transistor Radios; Carp's Depart-
In How- ment Store, Blanket__ Russ & Sons
r photo Steak-House, two T-Bone Steak Din-
ners; Kennedy Electric, 127 Cam-
era; St. Joe Pure Service, Ice Chest;
Jake's Restaurant, four regular
dinners; Cooper Barber Shop, Wild-
root Hair Dressing; Western Auto
Store, Thermos Jug; A&P Tea Co.,
9 MTj -_ _1'
Local Stores Will
Be Closed Monday
I Merchants of Port St. Joe will
all close for the July Fourth holi-
day next week on Monday, July 5.
All stores will be closed, in-
cluding grocery stores, drug
stores, the bank and most of the
merchants on Reid Avenue.
This decision and cooperation
was decided at the meeting of
the Retail Merchants Friday at
If you do not plan to eat Sun-
day's left-overs Monday, you bet-
ter shop for an extra day Satur-
Park Road Job To
Be Let In July
Representative Ben C. Will-
iams wrote The Star this week
reporting that he had been noti-
fied by County Commissioner
Walter Graham that all deeds for
property to be crossed by the
St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
road had been placed in order
for construction to begin.
Williams letter stated' that he
had immediately informed James
.,3 lbs. Coffee; HancocK's Barber Lee, Third District Road Board
Reminder of a full year of ac- and should soon see a large con- sales, Teen-Age Driving Roadeo ~hop, West Point Hair Dress mar er T hird is tr tuationd and
Shop West Point Hair Dressing; member of this situation and
complishments was present at the create block reef on the bottom of host to the district Roadeo, and pate's Shell Service Center, Ven- was informed that if there were
annual installation banquet -of the the Gulf of Mexico about five miles several other smaller projects, tilated Cushion; Boyles Dept. Store, no legal technicalities, letting of
Port St. Joe Jaycees last, Saturday off shore from the Point. The reef Jaycee William J. Rish presented Ladies Purse; Tynes Standard Serv- the contract for the road would
night. is designed to attract game fish, the Jaycee-chosen awards for the ice, one Auto Lubrication; Wiley take place in July.
Outgoing president, Joe Parrott, especially snapper and grouper. year to the Key Man and the Out- Hadware Co., Folding Chair! Jit- Williams said that Lee had in-
recollected the many projects ofi Other projects accomplished dur- standing Jaycee. Jim Harrison re- ney Jungle, 100 Grand Prize formed him that all plans and
*the club as it closed another year ing the past year include the girls ceived the Key Man award for his IStamps; Prince & Princess Shop, specifications are ready for this
of operation. The outstanding proj-softball league, a successful mem- work in the fishing reef program. Shirt and Pants; Pixie Shop, four road which will be a great asset
ect was the fishing reef which will bership drive, Hallowe'en candy Outgoing president Joe Parrott was pair Hose; Danley Furniture Co., to our area.
be constructed off St. Joseph's sales, Christmas parade, Toys for chosen for the Outstanding Jaycee one Lamp.
Point. This project is now in the Tots program and Christmas food award for his work in guiding and Costin Dept. Store, $5.00 Gift
phase of beginning construction basket program, Christmas -tree encouraging the club to remain Certificate; Campbell Drug Store, POSt Office Will Be
active throughout the entire year. Shave Lotion; Pizzly Wiggly, 1000
Also recognized were "exhausted Green Stamps; St. Joe Motor Co., Closed All Day Monday
roosters" Bill Brown and Carl Guil- Auto Floor Mat; O. M. Webb 5 &
Sford. 10, Beach-Towel; Roche's Furniture Postmaster Chauncey Costin
Ef a o i New officers for the coming year & Appliance, Ice Tray; St. Joe Ra- announced today that the local
were installed by outgoing presi- dio & T.V., two Stereo Records; post office would be closed all
S' J dent Joe Parrott. Parrott is also Rich's I. G. A. Super Market; three day Monday, July 5, in observ-
the new District Vice-President of Ice Cold Watermelons; St. Joe Gulf ance of the July Fourth holiday.
S" h -: -r- dthe Jaycees. Installed were John Service, Lubrication and Oil There will be no window ser-
Howard, president; Thurmon Ja- Change; Deluxe Barber Shop, Jer- vice or carrier delivery on Mon-
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY cobs, treasurer; Jim Harrison, first ris Hair Tonic. day. However, mail will be re-
vice-president, and directors, Tom Marvin's Standard Service, Lu- ceived and dispatched on holiday
Ford, Robert Nedley, Lou Little, brication, Oil Change and Car schedule and will be worked in
It would appear from the last few days of the special session I Sonny Dean, Jerry Sullivan and Joe Wash; Smith's Pharmacy, Baseball post office boxes.
of the Legislature that Gulf County must remember Ben C. Wil- Parrott. Glove; Keels Sea Food, 5-Cell Flash- -
liams as being the last personal Representative it sent to the Florida Guest speaker for the evening light; H. S. Lillius Jeweler, Flower
Legislature. was J. W. Silcox, past president of Vase; Garrett's Style Shop, Brace- Newcomers TO City
If the Governor signs into law, the reapportionment bill just the Panama City Jaycees and Mayor let and Earrings, Necklace and Wal-
passed Tuesday, Gulf County will Share a Representative with Cal- of Panama City. Silcox used as the let; St. Joe Furniture & Appliance, Newcomers to the city of Port
houn and Liberty Counties. Gulf will share a Senator with Frank- theme of his address, the import- Trash Can Set; Thames Jewelry, St. Joe include:
lin, Liberty, Wakulla and Gadsden Counties.
Gulf fared pretty well in the division of the Senatorial seats
But we personally thought we, and other small counties, should have
kept a personal Representative in the House.
W, realize that reapnortionment was necessary. We felt it
was only fair that populous counties have fair representation. Bul
we think it only fair that all counties have at least one voice in
Ithe state government.
We personally did not appreciate the Bay County and Escambia
County delegations torpedoeing our chances at having a represen-
tative from Gulf County (and other small counties) by their work
against an earlier bill which would have given at least one Rep-
resentative to every county.
Their activities in this matter reminded us of our Siamese tom
cat the same one which uses the commode.
"Sinbad" can lie in a window all day long sleeping. You can
call him by name all you want and he will not come unless he feels
like it. But just turn on the electric can opener and he comes run-
ning. He knows his cat food is opened by that noise and he feels
that feeding is the order of the day when the can opener turns on.
We think that the Representatives from Bay and Escambia
County are depending on their size and their cooperation with
the large southern counties to secure their importance in up-
But we feel, that like Sinbad, these counties will be fooled by
the noise of the can opener more times than they are figuring on.
There has been much said and written about the fact that the
bill to provide a Representative for every County would have been
unconstitutional. If our memory serves us correctly, the bill that
passed Tuesday does not contain the number of Senators and Rep-
resentatives limited by the Constitution. So have we bettered our
Others have been relying on a bill getting through Congress to
allow for some formula other than population in deciding the dis-
tricts in one of the houses of government.
But we must remember that reapportioning is made by the state
Legislature and even if the Congressional bill should pass, it will
be .too late for Gulf County. We will already be outvoted in a re-
Iapportioned House and Senate which will limit our vote in the
Hoise to no better than one third vote and in the Senate to one
Holidays mean death by accident. Especially does this apply to
holidays on the week end.
Gulf County has had much mayhem on the highways this year
even though we have escaped the holiday massacres so far.
Probably we have heard it so often that we tend to disregard
a plea for sanity and care during the holiday week ends. But even
though we know that we are jaded to the plea, we again urge that
you be careful over the week end specially on the highways.
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James Lonnor of the Communi
Georgia, is shown above presenting
View plant to Water District chairm
tetion was made Saturday morning
new system in Highland View.
IN HIGHLAND VIEW
Highland View's new $175,000
water plant was dedicated last
Saturday morning or at least, was
partly dedicated. Water interrupt-
ed the ceremonies, just as featured
speaker, Congres.san Bob: Sikes
'took the stand to deliver his ad-
dress. The threatening rain began
to fall, and the Congressman cut
his remarks short.
Several dignitaries were on hand
'for the ceremony along with sev'
eral members, past an present, of
the Highland View Water District.
Past members of the Board pres-
ent were Rev. J. J. Hill, former
secretary .of the Board, who deliv-
ered the invocation, and former
member Iris Furney.
ance to the world, the nation and Man's Watch Band; St. Joe Hard-I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Skipper,
the community of the Jaycees and ware Co., Kid's Aqua Lung; Jim 1901 Garrison Ave. On hand to dedicate the system
Sthe young leaders trained by the Cooper Motor Co., Ventilated Cush- Welcome, friends, to the St. Joe and formally turn over the keys of
organization, ion. community, the plant to District Chairman P.
t T. McCormick, was Jerome A. Con-
t ner, Director of the Community Fa-
and Home Administration' of At-
County sanitarian, F. E, Tram-
S-mell congratulated the community
S-for the realization of success after
Four years of working toward es-
1- -i tablishment of the water .system.
.--.. He urged them to go forward now
"with the establishment of a sew-
age disposal system.
State Road Board member James
See congratulated the community
N' .' :1. its accomplishment and brought
...i ---, ad, t
i i' Irllt information that the money is
Snow available for construction of
t. an access road to St. Joseph State
System treasurer Grover Holland
told thosee present that the system
,had been constructed with no local
funds used and would be paid for
.ith water revenues.
District president, P. T. McCor-
mick expressed the appreciation of
the Water committee to the con-
tractors for their good work and
harmonious working relations. He
.. .. also cited the untiring work of the
Rotarian Box Fox is shown above receiving cey Costin. Standing next to Costin are J.P. committee toward securing the sys-
the gavel of the president's office of the Port St. Fleishel, treasurer, and Henry Campbell, sergeant- em.
Representative Ben C. Williams
Joe Rotary Club at last week's meeting. Fox (left) at-arms. Absent was secretary Lloyd Pope. Repeomsenttie u ess an aiencenm
is receiving the gavel from past president Chaun- -Star photo welcomed the guests and audience
to the affair.
Senator George Tapper intro-
duced Congressman Sikes.
New Rotary Officials Take Office ducedOcongang is.
LOCAL MBEtBERS, BOAi D OF
PILOT COMMISSIONERS NAMED
Outgoing Rotary president Chaun- Vervaeke for his work in provid- ship of the Rotary Charity Ball and
cey Costin turned over the reins ing programs for the dinner meet- his work with the Rotary Dental Tallahassee-Secretary of State
of the club to new president Box ings throughout the year. Bob Fox Health program which treated 35 Tom Adams today announced the
Fox last Thursday at noon. was noted for his work as Boy children during the past year. Joe commissioning of Blakely Thoma-
Before making his exit Costin Scout chairman and in securing the Mira was very instrumental in son, 1804 Garrison Avenue, and the
gave special recognition to several new Boy Scout hut. Dave May was maintaining the 93.35 percent at- recommissioning of 41. G. Vervaeke
Rotarians for their work during singled out for his work as Cub tendance for the year in his capac- as members, Board of Pilot Com-
the past year. Scout committee chairman. Cecil ity as attendance chairman. Max missioners for the Port of Port St.
He especially recognized Bob Curry drew praise for his chairman- '(Continued On Page 8) Joe, Gulf County.
ty Facihties-Association, Atlanta,
9 the keys of the new Highland
an P. T. McCormick. The presen-
at a dedication ceremony for the
W. C. Fcrehand, 99 year told
founder of Highland View, is
shown above as he expressed
satisfaction to those present last
Saturday morning for the new
water system now in operation in
Highland View. Forehand is one
of the members of the Water
Districtwhich operates the sys-
tem. Shown with Forehand is
William J. Rish, county attorney,
master of ceremonies at the Viedi-
"He Coon" Bob Sikes is shown
above as he addressed the people
of Highland View Saturday morn-
ing at the dedication of the new
Highland View water system.
Congressman Sikes spoke in the
rain which began falling just a'
few minutes before he took the
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965
Auxiliary Donates New
Euiipment To Hospital
The Hospital Auxiliary at its last
meeting voted to purchase a new
anesthesia machine for the Munici-
pal Hospital, to supplement the one
machine already in use at the hos-
pital. The machine has already ar-
rived and is currently in use at the
The Corps of Engineers sent ad- material suppliers, and received 5
vance notices soliciting bids to bids. This contract was set aside
1,837 contractors and material sup- for award to a small business con-
pliers, furnished plans and specifi- cern in the interest of assuring
cations on request to 15 prime con- such firms a fair share of Govern-
tractors and 10 subcontractors and ment work.
Gunn Gets Govt.
Contract for Lake
Miss Minerva McLane, administrator of the Municipal Hospital,-to
pay for the Anesthesia machine in front of Mrs. Smith. The machine
was p;c.y:id by t:h Hios-:tl'l Auxiliary and givzn to the'hospital.
The funds to purchase the machine were earned in the Auxiliary's
Thrift Shop. Looking on is Mrs. Bob Vervaeke, president of the
Auxiliary. -Star photo
hospital. Colonel R. C. Marshall, U. S.
The new machine is exactly like Army District Engineer at Mobile,
Alabama, announced today the
the old machine, which was pur- award of a $76,576 contract to the
chased during the expansion pro- E. F. Gunn Construction Company
gram of the hospital several years of Port St. Joe for the construction
ago. Both machines can back up of an office for the reservoir man-
the other in case of a breakdown ager at Lake Seminole, the reser-
voir formed by the Jim Woodruff
or emergency. Dam on the Apalachicola River
In addition to the anesthesia ma- near Chattahoochee.
chine, the Auxiliary has purchased The contract calls for the con-
a new mistifier machine for the struction of a concrete masonry
hospital for use in respiratory ail- unit building with one main floor
ments. and basement, containing a lobby,
Cost of the anesthesia machine office space, an exhibit room, pub-
was $1,735.15. Cost of the mistifier lic rest rooms and a vending ma-
was $32.50. All funds for purchase chine area. The building, which is
.of these and other machines and expected to be completed in March
H equipment purchased by the Aux- 1966,, will be located on a promin-
iliary comes from sales by the Hos- ence near the east end of the dam
pital Auxiliary Thrift Shop. at the site of the temporary frame
The Auxiliary wishes to thank building now being used as the
the individuals and merchants who reservoir manager's office.
contributed merchandise for the The Mobile District, U. S. Army
Mr. and Mrs. Robet Bosque Shop and ask for continued sup- Corps of Engineers, has responsi-
and three sons from Savar-!nh, Ca., c)tt oZ this act'vity. All funds from b:lity for the multipla-purpose d -
are visiting Mrs. Bosque's mother, the Shop are spent on supplies for velopment of the Apalachicola,
Mrs. G. H. Wimberly. the Municipal Hospital. Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers.
~ Highway traffic is moving
~,faster these days, thanks largely
Sto better roads. Many of the
hazards that used to force mo-
torists to drive at a slow pace
have been eliminated.
The safest driving speed, gen-
erally, is the
speed of pre-
vailing traffic. r
If you seem i
to be passing
on the road, V
you are prob-
too fast. On the other hand, if
"everybody" is passing you, you
are obstructing the free flow of
traffic and are probably driving
As average traffic speeds in-
crease, we are faced with in-
creasing hazards resulting from
the use of public highways by
vehicles which are designed for
or are naturally limited to travel
at speeds of 25 miles per hour
-or less. These naturally slow-
moving vehicles include farm
tractors and other agricultural
machines, highway maintenance
.and construction equipment, and
The problem is primarily one
of recognition. Studies conducted
at The Ohio State University
under the sponsorship of the
Automotive Safety Foundation
revealed that nearly nine out of
ten collisions involving slow-
moving vehicles occur during
daylight hours, on good roads
free of rain, snow or ice hazards.
In many.cases, it appeared that
the driver of the. fast-moving..
vehicle saw the slow-moving ve-
hicle in time to stop but waited
too long to start braking because
he did not immediately realize
that the vehicle ahead was mov-
ing at a slow speed.
The Ohio State research led
to the design of an identifying
emblem to be affixed to the rear
end of slow-moving vehicles. The
emblem consists of a fluorescent
yellow-orange triangle with a
dark red reflective border; The
triangle is highly visible in day-
light. The reflective border cre-
ates a hollow red triangle in the
path of motor vehicle headlights
The SMV emblem is not in-
tended to replace the usual cau-
tion warnings such as-flags, re-
flectors and red tail lights. It
supplements them by warning
an approaching driver that "this
is a slow-moving vehicle."
In time, it will probably be
desirable to enact State laws re-
quiring the use of the SMV
emblem on vehicles which, by
their nature, move at speeds of
25 miles per hour or less. The
immediate need, however, is to
make the emblem and its mean-
ing familiar to 'the motoring
A beautiful tribute.
At time of sadness every
comfort is extremely im-
portant to the immediate
family..We spare no effort
in aiding you with
that lasting and thought-
601 Long Avenue
Serving Gulf County
3 Big Days
July 1, 2, 3
Prince & Princess
BE READY FOR A BIG FOURTH!
Shop St. Joe's ONLY Children's Shop
~4Ew~lesP-iaara~n~iishia y a~i~a~~a~e~9Im. ~Cs~~
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
The Slow-Moving Vehicle
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r THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965
Pictured above are Fran and Jack Donovan of Thomasville, Geor-
gia, with a catch of two big king mackerel weighing nearly 27 pounds
each. The two young boys caught the fish Monday while fishing from
the "Louise," owned by George Holland of Mexico Beach.'
Assistant 'P received his law degree from the
ASSistant P rU iC University of Florida and has been
Defend s in general practice in Marianna
Defender Is since 1956. He is a former Assist-
ant State Attorney of the Four-
Appo'Ointed teenth Judicial Circuit.
Moore is a veteran of World War
Marianna Attorney James E. two, having served in the Nay yas
Moore has been appointed Assist- a Chief Warrant Officer. He is a
ant Public Defender of the Four- member of the St. Lukes Episcopal
teenth Judicial Circuit, according Church, Elks Club, Academy of
to Public Defender Virgil Q. Mayo Florida Trial Lawyers, Phi Alpha
of Blountstown. The Fourteenth Ju- Delta Legal Fraternity and active
dicial Circuit comprises Jackson, in civic organizations. ,
Calhoun, Gulf, Bay, Washington Moore is married to the former
and Holmes Counties. Charlotte Magee of Marianna and
A native of Levy County, Moore has one daughter.
African Violets, Like
Children Thrive On Love
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida
Agricultural Extension Service
African violets are like children
they, too, thrive on love and care.
But, there is one main difference.
4n infant takes water at the top
and wets its bottom, while a violet
prefers to have a wet bottom and
soak its water to the top.
Just in case your baby book does-
n't carry this simile any farther,
here are a few tips on African vio-
Watering these plants properly
requires more than just a dash of
water. Violets like to sip their li-
A wick extended from the bot-
tom of the pot in a good way to of-
fer the plant a drink. Placing the
pot in a disli of water is also ac-
Violets like medium amounts of
moisture. So, don't let their roots
become too dry, or don't let them
become water soggy.
Light colored spots on the leaves
are caused by cold water on the
leaf. If you must surface water the
plants, use lukewarm water. Re-
member, plants rot off at the soil
surface because of excess water or
too much fertilizer.
The amount of plant food de-
pends on the size of the plant. The
paulis is 60 to 62 degrees at night
and 70 to 75 in the daytime.
Insects like the tender plants. To
control mealybugs use an equal
quantity of alcohol and water. Arm-
ed with a small paint brush full of
this mixture, seek out the mealy-
bug and touch him with the brush
-do not wet the plant with the
Mites cause a stunting of the
plant, poor growth and few flow-
ers. Mite-infested plants should be
discarded, because the insect is
very difficult to control.
Crown rot is the worst disease.
It can turn the center of your priz-
ed violets into a decayed mass.
There isno control once the dis-
ease hits. Destroy the rest of the
diseased plant, discard the soil and
sterilize the pot before using again.
To halt leaf spot or nail head
rust, try spraying the plants with
1 1-8 tablespoons of 50 percent wet-
table Captan per gallon of water.
average size plant requires no more NOTICE TO ADOPT SUPPLEMEN-
than a teaspoon of 6-6-6 (NPK) fer- TAL BUDGET
tilizer every three or four months. In accordance with Section
To keep the plant happily bloom- 129.03, Florida Statutes, 1961, NO-
ing, repot the violets annually. For TICE is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of
a repotting mixture, University of Gulf County, Florida, have tenta-
Florida -horticulturists recommend tively adopted a Supplemental
a mixture of 1-4 peat, leaf mold or Budget for the Road and Brigde
rotted manure, 1-3 sand and 1-3 Fund for the fiscal year beginning
October 1, 1964 and ending Sep-
good garden loam. Add about 1-2 member 30, 1965, and the Board will
cup of superphosphate to each half be in session on Tuesday, July 13,
bushel of this soil mixture. 1965, at 9 o'clock A .M., CST, for
There are two popular species of the purpose of hearing complaints,
Africanrletw-poperlyif there be any, and for the pur-
African violets-properly known as pose of adopting said budget, to-
Saintpaulias. The ionatha has red- wit:
dish-brown, hairy leaves and light Road and Bridge Fund
violet-colored flowers. The specie ESTIMATE OF REVENUES
keweilsis has green leaves with AND RECEIPTS:
kewesis has green leaves with 111 Gasoline Taxes _-$ 53,000.00
white hairs. There are several va- 112 Special Funds Tax_ 645.00
rieties with blue, lavender, pink or 113 Auto Trans Taxes- 740.00
white flowers. 115 Race Track Funds_ 95,000.00
or n inoorr130 Taxes 43,553.00
For an indoor project this sum- Total Estimated
mer, propagate Saintpaulias by Receipts _-_- 196,938.00
means of leaf petiole cuttings. Sim- Less 5% ---- 9,847.00
ply cut a leaf with one to two 95% of Estimated
inches of its petiole attached; stick Baceiptougs187,091.00
the petiole in moist sand, vermicu- ward (CASH) ___ 21,447.00
lite, or a mixture of sand and peat. Total estimated re-
With luck, roots will form at the ceipts and
,balances __.__.. 208,538.00
base of the petiiole in four to six ESTIMAbaD EXPENSES:2
weeks. Soon after that a small ros 411 Supervisor Salary _$ 6,500.00
ette of leaves, will appear. When 415 Free Labor --_-- 87,932.00
well rooted, the cutting can be pot- 421 Maintenance and oper-
ation of Garage_ 4,00000
ted in a four-inch container. 422 Maintenance of000
It takes about six to eight Equipment ---- 17,000.00
months to produce a good flower- 423 Gas and Oils _--- 9,000.00
ing plant from a cutting. The num- 424 Supplies -- 15,000.00
ber of plants also Inay be increas- 431 Road, Bridge and Cul-
vert Materials -_ 35,157.00
ed by dividing old plants into sev- 451 Right of Ways --- 5,000.00
eral individual crowns or rosettes 453 Insurance _----- 1,411.00
and potting them in separate con- 911 Tax Collections
to Cities ---_---- 12,000.00
tainers. Total Appropria-
Violets are rather sensitive to tions .___- 193,000.00
light. With insufficient light, plants Reserve for contin-
make vigorous growth but produce agencies _------ 12,538.00
few or no flowers. Grow the plants Reserve for balance
to carry forward_ 3,000.00
in a bright window or in full sun- TOTAL BUDGET_ 208,538.00
light .during the winter, but in the Done and ordered this June 8, 1965.
summer place the plants on a north /s/ James G. McDaniel,
window-sill or just out of the sun's Attest: Chairman.
reAch in other locations. /s/ George Y. Core,
/The best temperature for Saint- Clerk.
THE STAR, Fort St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965 GOLDEN AGERS WILL MEET Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jackson and TWO Glf CouM ians FLORIDA ENGINEERING
MONDAY NIGHT AT 7:30 daughters are spending severalGulf u i S SOCIETY TO MEET JULY 1
e sTHRIFT SHOP WORKERS FOR The Golden Agers will meet Mon- weeks visiting Mr. Jackson's par- Get U of F Degres The Gulf Coast Chapter of the
B ia !S SATURDAY, JULY 3, LISTED day night at 7:30 at the Stac House. ents in Birmingham, Ala., and will
"l GAINESVILLE--The University Florida Engineering Society will
B irth1 S I Anyone having articles th2y wish All members are urged to at- also visit with friends ip Jackson- GAI VIL e university
Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Wilsonto donate to the Hospital Auxiliary, tend. ville. of Florida this week announced hold its monthly meeting on Thurs-
Apalachicola, FlaM., anouc the please call rs. D La names of 440 candidates for col- day, July 1, at 7:00 p. m. in the
alachicola, Fa, announe Mrs. Milt Cafi r Mrs. arr Guests of David Jenkins' Miss Evelyn Dockery, who is in lege degrees at the end of spring Commissioners' meeting roomT in
birth of a daughter, Penelope Ann, Mrs. Milton ha or Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins have training at Alice Beauty School intrimester Term 3-A on Saturday of the anama ty city hal The o-
June 21, 1965. Tison for pick-up or take them to had as their guests, Mrs. Jenkins' Tallahassee, spent last week-end gram will be of interest to all lo-
Colored the Thrift Shop on Thursday morn- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wood- here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. this week- cal engineers that are concerned
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bostick. ings at 9:30. ward and their daughter and son, W. P. Dockery. Miss Carol Alligood The total represents an increase with large structures. The program
Wewahitchka, announce the birth Thrift Shop workers for Satur- atsy and Steve from Nashville, accompanied Miss Dockery back of 81 over the 1964 figure for the will be centered around a film en-
of a son, Kevin Bryan, June 21, day, July 3, are: Mrs. Floyd Camp- Tenn. Patsy will remain until Au- and will spend this week with her. corresponding seven-week term. titled "Fury of the Wind," the de
1965 Ibell, Mrs. Otis Pyle, and Mrs. Wil- gust. ----- Gulf County students receiving sign of structures for hurricane
1965,bell, Mrs. Otis gust.
'l listen Chason.-- -- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert'their degrees are: Norman Charles winds.
CARD OF THANKS Visiting In Louisiana Freeman, Jr., have been Mrs. Rob- Buchert, Port St. Joe, receiving a All engineers and interested per-
We wish to thank our many Visit In Americus, Ga. Mrs. R. D. Prows is spending a ert Freeman, Sr., and daughter, BEE degree and James Broward sons are invited to attend this
friends who were so kind and Mrs. Aaron Cooley and sons, month visiting her mother, Mrs. Kathy, from Vicksburg, Mich., and Brogdon, Wewahitchka, receiving a meeting.
thoughtful during the hospitaliza- Andy, Randy and Terry visited last W. C. Smith in Baskin, La., and Mrs. Marie Villwock from Niles, BSBA degree.
tion of our mother, Mrs. Maude C. week end with Mr. Cooley in Amer- will Visit other relatives in Louis- Mich. Also visiting them last week -- TECHNICAL EDUCATION CLASS
Brinson during her recent stay in icus, Georgia. iana and Texas. were Mrs. Freeman's sister and Mrs. Ellen Kirkland has had as REGISTRATION DATE IS SET
the hospital. We were especially __ -_' family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Allen, her guests her grandchildren, Eric
grateful for the acts of kindness, Visitors from Marianna Mr. and Mrs. Clyde White and from Edart, Michigan. and Susan Moore, from Dadeville, Anone interested in attending Rss Chafin
flowers, cards, special care, the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fiveash of daughters, Alexia and Vivian, and r Ala. course in industrial electronics
work of the hospital staff and Dr. Marianna visited here Sunday with Miss Virginia Davis from Blakely, Mr. and Mrs. David Jones and are Haske School on Tuesday Jult Mr. and Mrs. Ned H. Russ an-
Wayne Hendrix. Mr. Fiveash's sisters and families, Ga., spent last week-end here at son have returned home from a va- Roches From Texas Joe High School on Tuesday, ounce the engagement and ap-
The family of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ramsey and the beach. The Whites are former tion trip to points of interest in Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Roche left 6th and 13th, at 6 p. m. There is oce the engagement and ap-
Mrs. Maude C. Brinson iMr. and Mrs. Richard Lancaster. 'residents of St. Joe. California. Thursday morning for their home no charge for tuition. The only ex- preaching marriage of their daugh-
in Waco, Texas, after visiting here pense for the course will be the ter, Deanne Carol, to John H.
__*-..-. .----, .... .. w.. --....-..- with the W. C. Roche family, cost of materials. Chafin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
-- -- This course is sponsored by the Harold Chafin of White City. The
Attend Funeral Gulf County Board of Public In-
*/f / "h SJL ,IB J P Mrs. E. C. Cason, Mrs. Fred Mad- struction as a technical education wedding will be an event of Fri-
/orlbnt Murni tu re A M r as dox, Mrs. Anna Adams and Mrs. class. Anyone interested in this day, July 30, at 8:30 p. m.in the
/t BMyrtice Smith attended funeral course, please contact Hubert Rich- Pentecostal Holiness Church of
SA services for George Johnson Wed- ards, general supervisor of schools, Port St. Joe. A reception will be
nesday at the Mt. Pleasant Ceme- or the instructor, Gary Larson. held in the church immediately fol-
tery near Chattahoochee. Course content will include basic lowing the ceremony. No invita-
fundamentals of electronics and ad- tions are being sent but all friends
Visiting McCormicks vance as far as the class interest and relatives of the couple are in-,
Mr. and Mrs. James Perry from is maintained. vited to attend.
Charleston, W. Va., are spending ----- ---- --
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--' and Mrs. Gene McCormic.k and Midget Investmrents That Yield Monday to vIsit relatives in Massa-
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Bowling Lanes, Ed bowled a record
high game for St. Joe Lanes ant
for himself, of 298. A perfect game
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-ruilPcnnA JULY 1. 1965
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Post Office Department is
Making Area Ma il Changes
C. T. Howard, Transportation Di- firms who are cooperating.
Sector for the Atlanta region of In connection with ZIP code, Mr.
S the Post Office Department, met Howard announced that six high
Tuesday with area postmasters to speed optical "reading" machines
-' announce the full activation of the have been ordered for delivery to
Panama City Sectional Center on the offices at Detroit and Buffalo.
SJuly 1. Mr. Howard described in de- These machines read and sort not
tail the transportation plans that only by ZIP number but by the
will provide for the speedy inter- ond lne o the ares a well
change of mail between the sec-
tional center and its associate of- which represents a major technical '.
fices, and emphasized the savings breakthrough in optical scanning. ,
that should result by reduction of -___ --
travel time and operating expenses, ml W h t .. :'i
and the elimination of massing Rans Wash O t
mails on larger offices, highway
post offices, and railway mail cars. Section of Hwy 98
Mr. Howard noted that there
were 553 sectional centers in the Heavy rains here Tuesday af- -
Rebekah Officer United States, 41 in the Atlanta t n c d a w o
,.. region, and 12 in the state of Flor- ternoon caused a washout on High
Visits Local Lodge ida, serving 496 associate offices. way 98 at the intersection of Ave- Edward Peters Gets
S P C o L The Panama City center is located nue B.
Mrs. Pearl Cook of Lynn Haven, at Main Post Offices, and serves 35 The washout, an area about Degree In Dentistry
District Deputy President of Dis- offices, eight feet long and three feet
trict Two, Rebekah Lodge, visited Sectional centers, according to wide occurred at the entrance to Among the graduates of Mehar-
the local lodge last week. Mrs. Mr. Howard, are ideally suited to a storm sewer intake at the inter- ry Medical College, Nashville,
Cook's visit came at the last meet- the speedy processing of ZIP cod- section. Tennessee was Edward L. Peters,
S o ed mail. The five-digit ZIP number ia,,ei of Police H. W. Griffin son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pet-
ing of the year or the Rebekahs allows direct dispatch not only to said that apparently the washout ers, 154 Avenue "F", Port St. Joe.
who are now recessed for the sum- sectional centers but to the final began two weeks ago in the heavy Peters received his degree in
mer. delivery unit, with no enroute re- rains that fell for over a week and dentistry.
Mrs. Cook was given the courte- handling required. Mr. HowardL the rain Tuesday caused the final
sies of the Lodge during her visit cited Reader's Digest, Time and cave in of the road and curb.
here. Noble Grand, Mrs. Elsie Grif- Life magazines, and Metropolitan j St ae HI-Lnway crews barricaded
fin presented her a large carna- Life Insurance Company as exam- the area Tuesday night and began
tion corsage. ples of national firms who are ac- \oni. yesterday towadt repair of "' /) the
-- tively participating in the ZIP pro- the wash out. a
gram by presorting to ZIP code -------- -
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL numbers, and also noted the local
PREDICTS THIRTEEN WILL DIE LOCAL BOWLER GETS
ALMOST PERFECT 298 GAME
Tallahassee-Colonel H N. Kirk-ALMOST PERFECT 298 GAME
man, Director of the Department of t fi hr Congratulations go out to Ed
Public Safety, stated today: "The .A Palagyi. Tuesday night at St. Joe .
f all Uf t 3 1 -
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LNDY COR 2 cans 29
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SWIFT'S NUGGET NO. 10 JAR
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POSTOFFICE Box 308
Florida Highway Patrol predicts 13
persons will die in traffic crashes
on Florida's streets and highways
during the 78-hour July 4th holi-
day, which begins at 6:00 p. m.
Friday, July 2, and extends until
midnight, Monday, July 5th. Re-
membering and practicing safe
driving will lessen this awesome
figure, so let's drive this predic-
tion down and make it a holiday
we'll all live to remember!"
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Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday
- ALL TIME SPECIALS
25c or 5 for $1.00
HOT DOGS 20c or 6 for $1.00
CHICKEN BOXES V2 fried chicken,
French fries, slaw and rolls $1.00
OYSTER -BOXES $1.25
SHRIMP BOXES $1.25
Other Sandwiches To Choose From
and SANDWICH SHOP
401 Monument Avenue Phone 227-7181
entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
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ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $1273C
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable 'or damage further than amount received for euch
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfull-
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
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Friday and Saturday 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 A. M.
For Party Appointments Phone 670-9121
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 19
65 Film On Pulp and Paper Industry Is
Shown To Kiwanis Club Tuesday Noon
The film, "The Widening Circle" cutting and work with improved
was shown to the Kiwanis Club pine trees is providing a strong
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Tuesday at noon. The film, show-
ing the scope of the paper indus-
try, was shown by Harry Tison.
Produced by Continental Can
Company, the story of the film was
of the important role the paper in-
dustry is playing in the Southern
economy, taking over the lands for-
merly used for growing cotton and
using it for growing pulpwood,
making the South producer of over
half of the nation's pulp wood.
Tree farming practices, selective
economy for the South ana pro-
viding a perpetual supply of raw
materials for the 80 pulp and paper
mills in the South.
What fo do when .
YOUR CAR SKIDS !
Don't lift foot
from gas pedal
Don't slam on
Do correct quickly
Do steer in the
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machine is designed to save The Star money on
its engraving bill, provide better coverage and
enable us to run more local pictures in the news-
paper. Shown above is John Leeder of Electronic
Engravers, Inc., instructing printer Ray Ramsey
in the operation of the machine. -Star photo
LOCAL GIRLS ATTENDING
Lions Club Past President Makes JOURNALISM SCHOOL
S|Michelle Anchors, daughter of
Several Awards to Committee Heads Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Anchors, 1320
Woodward Avenue, and Barbara
Lions Club retiring president, Howard, Bill Quarles, Roy Burch, Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Charles Norton passed out several Otho Whittle, and Bo Bray. A cer- C. Lewis, 2103 Long Avenue, stu-
certificates to committee members tificate was also given to Wesley dents of Port St. Joe High School,
are in Gainesville this week attend-
as his last official act of the Lions Ramsey, editor of The Star. ing the Yearbook Section of the
Club year Monday at noon. Bo Bray assumed his duties as Seventh Annual High School Journ-
Norton gave certificates of rec- president of the Club after Norton alism Institute.
ognition to Jim Costin, Bill Flem- made his awards and presentedali
ing, Lawrence Bowen, John Kram- Norton with a Lions Club gavel as They are among the 177 student
er, Jimmy Prevatt, Bob, Faliski, a remembrance of his presidential journalists, representing over 60 of
Rober N H rry T n Jhn Florida's high schools, who have
Robert Nedley, Harry Tison, John year. Florida's high schools, who have
onflia nn d h TTi T itv of Fln,
gaLleret Ull on te UIIIversy oU- ior
ida cam-us for the week long pro-
gram conducted by FICUS and the
University's School of Journalism
The program places emphasis on
the subjects of editing, copy writ-
ing, layout, and photography.
WHAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU BUY
A 196i FORD? PLENTY. YOU GET A
CAR THAT RIDES QUIETER THAN A
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BUT THAT'S ONLY THE BEGINNING.
NOW CHECK THE MANY SPECIAL
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With any '65 Ford you get-the strongest
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FORD GALAXIE 500 LTD
EXTRAS AT NO EXTRA COST:
LTD's are the most luxurious Fords ever
built-with styling that was cited by the
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You get: Big, new 289 V-8. Cruise-O-
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a Decorator-styled interior. Thick nylon
carpeting. Rear-seat pull-down arm rest,
padded dash. Choice of six nylon
quilted 'seat upholstery fabrics. N Walnut-
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Silent-Flo ventilation (in 4-door hardtops)
for fresh air with windows up. m Full wheel
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FORD GALAXIE 500/XL
EXTRAS AT NO EXTRA COST:
The ultimate in bucket-seat luxury. You
get: Big, new 289 V-8 (200 hp). 3-speed
Cruise-O-Matic with T-bar "stick." a Full-
length console. Individually adjustable
front bucket seats. a Bucket-styled, foam-
cushioned rear seats. n Automatic courtesy
and safety lights on door panels. Full-
chrome dash controls. All-vinyl uphol-
stery trim. a Loop-pile carpeting. E Full
FORD GALAXIE 500
EXTRAS AT NO EXTRA COST:
A great family car, the Galaxie 500 has the
same solid construction and spaciousness
as XL's and LTD's. You get: A thrifty new
240 cu. in. Big Six (150 hp). Fully synchro-
nized manual transmission. As in all '65
Fords-you, get more luggage space than
in major competitors' cars.
The Galaxie 500 also shares these stan-
dard features with the LTD and XL:
* Electric clock .. backup lights. a Illumi-
nated glove box and ash tray. N Constant-
speed electric windshield wipers. Fully
aluminized muffler and galvanized under-
body members. a Handy reversible keys. E
Keyless door lacking. 0 Minimum routine
maintenance schedule. Self-adjusting
brakes. N Long-life battery. Safety-Yoke
door latches. Heater-defroster. Front
seat belts. And more.
There's no extra charge for any of these
features-and no obligation for test-driving
any of the hot-selling 17 full-size Fords for
'65. Visit your Ford Dealer soon.
*Leading acoustical consultants conducted tests
in which 1965 Fords (Galaxiq 500 Sedan, XL
and LTD Hardtops) with 289-cu. in. V-8 engines
and automatic transmissions rode quieter than a
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the U. S. Auto Club.
EX RA Top a11 of Ford's extras with even pore savings. Right now most Ford Dealers
are holding special Summer Sales with excellent buys on a wide range of
EXT UR A VI S models. Another saving-the new excise tax cut. Save at your Ford Dealer's soon.
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St. Joe Motor Company
. Phone 227-3737
The Star Takes Anotha-r Stepr Frward
The Star this past week leased an electronic
engraving machine to turn out engravings of pic-
tures to be printed in the paper here in our own
plant without having to send the pictures to an
engraver and waiting for two to three days for
the engravings to return for printing. The new
322 M Ivonument avenueut
e berland before they burned them- type of cost sharing type known as
'.I selves out. the "Demonstration Unit" was or-
O U n y To attack this problem, fire fight- ganized. By June 30, 1932, there
ing units were gradually organized were 25 of these. The State fur-
Cba 1 t BI throughout the State. The first wished detection, communication,
eleb rates 6th B irt a y were group units composed of ranger supervision, and minor fire
tracts of land owned by a number fighting equipment, while the land-
of individuals. Costs were shared owners fought their own fires.
SCounty Fire Control Units of the a communications network that is Verna Myrul Marshall. by the owners and the State. The 1935 Legislature enacted the
Florida Forest Service will be cele- a part of a large radio communi- Area 4 is in the North part ofy a group unit covered la which enables counties t
rating their birthdays on July 1. cations system in the State. Luring the county and supervised by Rang- Usually rot cv eredla with enbles co iea Board of
The Gulf County Fire Control the fire season aircraft are used in er Milton Strength and assisted by 60,000 to 100,000 acres. It was operate with the Florida Board of
Unit with headquarters at White addition to the towers to spot and Ranger Leroy Davis, supported by headed by a ranger; there were one Forestry for protection of county
Sty is 16 years old, sort smokes. !Wetappo tower, manned by C. H. oir more lookouts per unit, and a woodlands. Under this law a refer-
Established on July 1, 1949, the Gulf County' is divided into four Hatcher. community or camp warden for edum is necessary in counties
first County Ranger was Alton ranger areas. Area 1 is in the East Area 3 is in the South part of every 15,000 to 20,000 acres. Each where groups or individuals want
Hardy. He had eight men, two Central part of the County and is the county and is supervised by warden had a "registered" fire county-wide fire control.
tanker pumpers and two tractor supervised by Ranger James John- Broward Wood. He has Ranger Ray- crew. The wardens were usually If a favorable vote results, the
drawn fire plows which made up son. He is assisted by Ranger Wil- rond Jernigan to assist with equip- community leaders interested in Board of County Commissioners
his fire fighting crews. liam A. Tootle on the ground and ment, and they are supported by fire protection and were paid only enters into an agreement with the
Today, the Gulf County Ranger Towerman W. F. Overman, dis- uana tower, manned by James for the time spent fighting fire. Board of Forestry for protection.
is still Alton Hardy. "We have patcher, who operates the Whit Kirkland. By June, 1930, 242 landowners Duval, in 1932, and Hillsborough
four crews who man three tractors .ity tower. Born in 1928 as the offspring of were cooperating in the protection in 1934, started county-wide pro-
and Itwo pumpers. In addition, Area 2 is in West Central part the newly established Florida of 1,111,417 acres in 11 fire con- tection. Following the 1935 law,
there are four towers that enable and is supervised by Ranger John Board of Forestry, the Service had trol units. Eleven rangers and 16 Bay and Volusia Counties initiated
us to pinpoint the location of a Redman. He has Ranger Archie as one of its first and biggest prob- lookouts were employed. They had the protection on July 1, 1937 ,and
smoke anywhere in the county," Marshall to help him with his lems the control of wildfires. These 60 wardens and registered fire Pinellas followed on July 1, 1939.
said Hardy. equipment and they are supported fires often raged uncontrolled crews equipped to fight fires. The 'ten counties of West Florida
These crews are tied together by by the Overstreet tower, manned by,' across thousands of acres of tim- During 1931 and 1932 another are all under organized county-
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Pictured above are some of the modern trucks and plows used by
the Florida Forestry Service's Gulf County Unit to suppress woods
fires in this area. The local unit began operation with second hand
and surplus government equipment, which has been updated to the
modern equipment used today.
wide fire protection and have been
since 1950, when the final four
counties entered into agreements
with the Board of Forestry.
Today's county unit provides fire
prevention and presuppression
services in addition to fire sup-
donates the time and services of
its personnel to developing ideas
and designs for posters and other
fire prevention campaign material.
Presuppression work is in the
form of fire line plowing, assist-
ance, and advice for landowners,
An active fire prevention pro- both large and small. The first 15
gram is carried on. Emphasis is minutes of fire line plowing is
placed on education, especially complimentary. Additional plow-
among school children, to develop ing is performed at very reasonable
a consciousness of the importance rates.
of the forests. Much help in this For additional information and
area is received from the civic, assistance be sure to contact your
groups of the community. The Na- County Ranger, Alton Hardy, at
tional Advertising Council annually White City headquarters.
Dodson Urges Series K Bond Holders
To Invest Earnings In Series H Bonds
Walter C. Dodson, chairman of ings Bonds, which may be done
Gulf County Savings Bonds Com- without regard to the annual limi-
mittee, today appeals to owners of station of holdings of those two is-
matured or maturing Series K Unit- sues which otherwise is $10,000 and
ed States Savings Bonds to con- $20,000 respectively in single regis-
sider reinvesting the proceeds in traction form."
Series H Bonds which also pay in-
terest by Treasury check each six Mr. Dodson points out that Se-
months ries H bonds yield 2.56 percent for
Series K Bonds were first issued the first three semi-annual checks
on May 1st, 1952 and have a twelve- and then a level 4% for the next
year maturity. They were issued in seventeen to average out at 3 3-4%
denominations ranging from $500 to the ten year maturity.
to $100,000 and provided for an in- There are $883 million Series K
terest yield of 2.76% if held to ma- Bonds now outstanding of which
turity, after which date they earn some $9 million are already matur-
no interest. "In fact," Mr. \Dodson ed and unredeemed. The unmatur-
said, "after the 23rd semi-annual ed will all reach their final ma-
interest check at 112 years, the turity and interest stoppage date
owner is notified by letter that the between now and April 30, 1969.
final interest payment will be made Bankers will assist holders in
only at the time the matured bond sending their maturing K bonds in
is submitted for redemption or re- for redemption or reinvestment in
investment in Series E or H Sav- Series E or H Savings Bonds.
HELP ASKED IN IDENTIFYING pected of having the disease.
ANY CASE OF ENCEPHALITIS The Tampa Bay outbreak in 1962
Jacksonville-Dr. Wilson T. Sow- was due to St. Louis encephalitis,
der, state health officer, has asked a type which is borne by a. com-
Florida medical personnel to be monly-occurring Florida mosquito.
unusually alert this year in helping There are 222 confirmed cases, the
identify "at the earliest possible largest such outbreak in Florida's
moment" any cases of encephalitis: history. No mosquito-borne enca-
Writing to physicians, pathol- phalitis was reported in 1963. Four
ogists, county health officers and cases were reported last year, these
hospital administrators, he said due to the very serious Eastern
that with summertime and mosqui- Equine encephalitis. Two of the
toes there is always a possibility four patients died.
of an outbreak such as occurred in These types of encephalitis are
Houston last fall and in the Tampa spread only by mosquitoes. Birdc
Bay area three years ago. and both wild and domestic ani-
Success in preventing such out- rmals have the infection. It is spread
breaks, he said, will depend upqn by mosquitoes which bite infected
early recognition of the disease, birds or animals, then later on bite
"thus permitting early activitation man. Other types of encephalitis
of control measures designed to can be due to agents which cause
prevent epidemic spread. To this mumps, measles, chicken pox or in.
end, the State Board of Health is fluenza.
intensifying its surveillance pro-
gram." MERRITT'S MILL POND HAS
Dr. Sowder said the state labora-
tory in Jacksonville, the Encepha-
litis Research Center in Tampa,
and the University of Miami Medi-
can School Virus Laboratory are
prepared to examine promptly
blood specimens from persons sus-
Panama City Merritt's Mill
Pond, Jackson County's newly de-
signated fish management area, is
now subject to the following spe-
(1) A valid fishing license is re-
quired of all who fish in Merritt's
Mill Pond regardless of the method
used or county of residence ,except
all children under 15 and Florida
residents over 65 years of age;
(2) Trotlines and bush-hooks are
(3) Daily bag limits are ten (10)
black bass, fifty (50) bream and fif-
teen (15) chain pickerel,
(4) When open to the taking of
channel catfish the daily bag limit
will be ten (10).
John Brown, regional manager,
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission, Panama City, emphasizes
the change in the daily bag limit
on bass, reducing it from 15 to 10
while the bream limit of 50 was not
"Another point we wish to make
clear is that no special permit of
any type is required to fish in Mer-
ritt's Mill Pond or any other de-
signated fish management area.
Only a regular fresh water fishing
license is required-of all fisher-
men except those ordinarily ex
empted by age," said Brown.
tHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. Rotar Club Officers
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965 Rotay Club Of erse
(Continued From Page 1) Last IBt
- IBh B Kilbourn received praise from the For Leroy Griffin
president for his work in compil-
ing a classification roster for fu- Funeral services will be held to-
ture use by the club. Jim McNeill day at 2:00 p.m., CST from the We-
received congratulations for his du- wahitchka Assembly of God Church
ties as entertainment chairman.
ties as entertainment chairman for Leroy Griffin of Wewahitchk d
S.- During the past year the Rotar- Services will be conducted by Rev.
Sins supported projects of Dixie Claude McGill. Burial will be in
Youth baseball, Boys State dele- Cypress Creek Cemete"yw
gate, Boy and Cub Scouts, Dental Pallbearers will grandson of
Health Clinic, Student trophies at Mr Griffin.
graduation ,and sponsor of Student Mr. fn e 7 p
Government Day, i age 78' passed away
in a Blcantstown Hospital Tuesday
New officers installed were, Bob mor-,ing following a lengthy ill
THIS Fox president; Chauncey Costin, ness.
1THIS LA BEI vice-president; J. P. Fleishel, tres- Survivors include the widow
Henry Campbell, sergeant-at-arms. ka; two sons, Rufus of Panama City
New directors of the club are Bob and Willie of Wewahitchka; a st
,ane d Willie of Wewahitchka; a step
U Fox, Max Kilbourn, Bill Wager and son, Tillman R. Daniels, Chickasaw,
INSURANCOtis Pyle. Directors serving for an- Ala.; five daughters, Mrs. Eda Lee
other year are, Chauncey Costin, Conoly, Altha, Audrey of Chumley,
When you see this label on your Mark Tomlinson and Otto Ander- Ala., Mrs. Ina Shirah, Miss Agnes
prescription you know that it I son. Griffin and Miss Lucille Griffin all
contains the finest quality drugs of Wewahitchka; 26 grandchildren;
compounded with painstaking Relative of Coopers Is 13 great grandchildren; one sister,
care by skilled, highly trained Killed n Motl R y Mrs. Drew Lewis of Clarkesville;
pharmacists. It is your guarantee ile n el ery two brothers, Edward E. Griffin of
of full protection. Mrs. Geraldine Singletary of Kinard and Frank Griffin of
Cairo, Georgia, a niece of Mrs. Blountstown.
SGeorge Cooper of this city, was ap- I Comforter Funeral Home is in
parently the victim of a robber last'charge of arrangements.
Wednesday night. Mrs. Singletary -
disappeared from the motel oper- O U E O E
ated by her and her husband near 1
Cairo along with about $150. in the UU I V
Buzzett's Drug Store motel cash register. ffV MODE
317 Williams Ave. Mrs. Singletary's body was found UlL IVE UiL to
Free Parking Monday a few miles from the mo- AMFR
Drive-In Window Service tel.
Funeral services were held for pCiCEr SOCIT
Mrs. Singletary yesterday in Cairo. SOCIET
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Special Prices On All Barbecue Friday
Saturday and Monday
Enjoy the Fourth of July Holiday by Dining out at
302 Fourth Street Phone 227-5431
Outstanding Jaycees Named
Pictured above are the Outstanding Jaycees picked for the past
year by the Jaycee membership. At left is James Harrison picked for
he Jaycee "Key Man Award" for activities in the most important
project of the year. Harrison was honored for his
ng Reef project. At right is past president Joe
named "Outstanding Jaycee" by the club.
work in the Fish-
Parrott who was
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FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1% FOR SALE: 1303 Marvin Ave. 2 FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom fur-
lots with chain link fence. 309 bedroom house, kitchen, living nished downstairs apartment.
Duval Street, Oak Grove. tfc7-1 room, dining room and den, utility Close to town. 216 6th St.
room (total 1250 sq. ft) Carpet liv-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom ranch style ing and dining rooms, drapes, hea- FOR RENT: By the week or night,
home on Hunter Circle. With liv- ter, cook stove elec., TV antenna one bedroom and private bath.
ing room, dining and kitchen area on 35 pole with rotor, elec. pump. Living room and TV room privi-
air conditioned. Interior utility $11,000. See Bob Ellzey, Phone 227- lege .Rent reasonable. 528 corner
-oom. Established yard ,chain link 4611. 6th St., and Woodward Ave. 2tp
fence in back. FHA financed. $450
.own. Approximately $78.00 per FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs
month. To see call 227-3961. tfc7-1 1508 Palm Blvd., approximately apartment. 514/2 Seventh Street.
OR SALE: 1959 Fiat 600 Multipla 1400 sq. ft. Easy terms. Also 2 bed- Phone 227-7766- tfc-4-15
bus. Contact Gary Larson, 217 View. Easy terms. 2 bedroom house FOR RENT: 2 bedroom cottage in
;h Street. tfc7-1 room frame house in Highland Oak Grove. Rent reasonable.
on Palm Blvd. Easy terms. Call Call J. C. "Chris" Martin. Phones
OR SALE: 40'gallon Rheem elec- Cecil G. Costin, Jr. tfc-4-29 227-4051 or 229-4691. tfc-5-20
tric water heater. Excellent con-
1*tion. 1406 Palm Blvd., phone 229- FOR SALE: Nice two bedroom ma- WANTED TO RENT: Clean 3 bed-
96. 2tc-6-17 sonry house. Located on large lot room house with carport or gar-
OR SALE Nice house. At White at St. Joe Beach. Excellent condi- age. Phone 229-3001. tfc-5-13
ity. 2 bedr: Nice house. Call 227White tion. Very small equity and assume
Cit 2 bedroom, 2ots. Call 227- mortgage. Phone 648-3815. tfc-4-29 WANTED: Someone to assume pay-
324. tfc-6-17 ments on 10x50 1964 Armor Mo-
FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 bile Home. Inquire at 1406 Long
New three bedroom, brick veneer bedrooms, 1% baths, carport, Avenue or call 227-8623. 2tp-6-17
house, two baths. $450 covers down chain link fence, built-in kitchen, CARPET CLEANING on location
paymentt and closing cost. FHA fi- wall to wall carpeting, glass show- or free pick-up and delivery.
danced. er doors in bath room, new gas Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 909
New, three bedroom, brick ve- heater. In excellent condition Krft Ae. Panaa Cit o call
:neer house, 1%/2 baths. $450 covers $1,000 down payment. 108 West- 3-7824. tanama or call4-22
lown payment and closing cost. cott Circle or call 229-3291.
:HA financed. GUNS REPAIRED, clean, modified,
Three bedroom house with oak FOR SALE: 1963 Honda 50 motor- military rifles customized. Hot
floors on Garrison Ave. Total cost cycle. Like new condition. Corn- blueing, nickle plating. Stocks re-
only $7,500. Buy owners equity pletely rebuilt. $250.00. Phone 227- finished. Ammo and gun accessor-
.nd assume mortgage with monthly 4611 or see Bob Ellzey. ies. See Louis C. (Red) Carter, St.
payments of only $58.84. Joe Beach. tfc-5-6
Two bedroom house on Seventh FOR SALE: Small two bedroom
Street. This is an old house but is cottages with all bathroom fix- MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
n good repair. We can assist you tures and gas water heaters. Ideal man is as near as your telephone.
with financing. for fish camps. Must be moved Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
Large, two bedroom house on from lot. Only $250. Call 227-5251 ANCE AGENCY, across from the
Long Avenue. Priced at $8,500. or 227-3491. Post Office. Local and Long Dis.
?HA financing. FOR SALE: 1959 4-door Ford se tance Moving. Free Estimates.
Small, two bedroom house on dan. Automatic transmission. See PHOTOGRAPHER: Appointments
own payment and finance balance Maurice Fuller. tfc-5-20 only. Weddings, family shots,
vith FHR .F S E o notA ee safe any special event. Call ATlantic 6-
vith FHA. FOR SALE: Combination steel safe 3443 or Write P. 0 .Box 218, Par-
FRANK HANNON 29%" wide, 40" high. Extra hea- ker, Fla. tfc-4-8
Registered Real Estate Broker vy. Call 229-4901. tc er
121 Reid Ave. 3-6-10 Ph. 227-3491 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
OR SALE Half acre at Howard's FOR SALE: '55 Studebaker 2 door Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
FOR SALE: Half acre at Howard's Good running condition. $225.00.
Creek. $400. J. W. Maddox. 1806 Garrison Ave. Phone 227- KITCHEN CABINETS: Step into
Phone 648-4333. tfc-5-6 8601. tfc-6-10 Spring with a new set of factory
OR SALE: Three bedroom house FOR RENT: Beautiful unfurnished built cabinets with one piece for-
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house- FOR RENT: Beautiful unfurnished mica top. Free estimate. Also fi-
Separate kitchen and dining 3 bedroom house at St. Joe dancing available 227-3311. tl c
-oom. Carport and storage. Chain Beach: Oak floors, panel walls. THERE WILL BE a regular com-
link fence. 501 Third St. For in- Call 227-4781. munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
formation contact Eldridge Money,cation of Port St. Joe Lodge
Phone 227-4077. tfc-5-27 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
home. Low monthly payments. and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Apartment house with 1903 Juniper Avenue. Phone 229-
four apartments. Capable of 3246.
$180 month rent. Price reasonable.
I. W. Maddox, phone 648-4333. tfc FOR RENT: Spacious first floor 2
bedroom furnished apartment. BILL J. RICH, W. M
-OR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- Good location, near school. Phone BILL J. RICH, W. M.Secretary
room duplex apartment. Also, 1 227-4261 days and 648-4600 eve- H. L BURGE, Secretary
bedroom furnished huose. Phone nings. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116
3mith's Pharmacy, 227-5111. tfc AMECAN m t
.VANTED TO BUY: Large size bi- FOR RENT: House, completely ing second and fourth Tuesda
cycle. Phone 227-8701. Itc furnished, 1004 Garrison Avenue. nights, 8:00 pm. American Legior
Call Willie Mae Daniell, Phone 227- Home.
OR SALE: Two 2-bedroom hou- 7636. tfc-6-24 Ho
ses. To be moved off lot. Com-
!ete with baths, kitchen sinks and FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. Un- R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Sbinets, double floors. Sound, furnished. 1317 Long Ave. Ph. 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
,od repair. W. H. Weeks, High- 227-3972, C. W. Long. tfc7-1 companions welcome.
.-7d View. tp FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice small THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
1 SALE: Runabout, 16' fiber- 2 bedroom house. Convenient to EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
'as, 40 hp 1961 Johnson, elec- town and school. Phone 227-8536 WANTED TOO BUY: Good used
starter, E-Z trailer, 2 gas tanks after 5:00 p.m. tfc-7-1 furniture. Call us for highest
optional value for $825. Can be prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
at Indian Pass Beach. Phone NOTICE prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
-en, 227-8838. tfc-6-24 I will not be responsible for any ST. JOE. Phone 229-3611. tfc
debts made by anyone other than MAN OR WOMAN WANTED for
SALE: 1958 Rambler, $150. myself.
1955 Ford station wagon, 4t-6-24 ROLLAND L. WARD Rawleigh business in Gulf Co. or
Call 227-5421. Itp Port St. Joe. No experience needed
FOR RENT: Garage building. Mojo to start. Sales easy to make and
4LE: Nice 3 bedroom house. Service Station at 504 Hiway 98 profits good. Start immediately.
Garrison Avenue. Central at Highland View. tfc-6-17 See Mrs. Ada B. Adkins, Box 412,
Sand modern in every re- Panama City or write Rawleigh,
.: ee J. C. (Chris) Martin for FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. FA F 100 190, Memphis, Tenn.
.,. tfc 4-29 Call 227-5426. tfc-4-29 p-7-22.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965 ed shortly afterwards at Eglin Air ff Campu Co Of Stt Ow the way for key industrial employ-162 to 5,500 in 1964-65.
Force Base where a new hospital s" l Courses t Swnee ees in 11 Florida communities to One of the prime concerns was
Also is under construction. There a U 4 receive graduate-level instruction the establishment of institutional
Luncheon was scheduled by the Universities H e Do e in 4 Years 'that was not available to them centers at key locations throughout
Commanding General of the Air
oh0 Sikes R eports.... three years ago. Florida. Such centers often bring
SS kes R eports....Proving Ground Center, James E. Tallahassee-Enrollment in off- academic year was the last full year three years ago. Florida. Such centers often bring
Approximately 35,000 teachers together a variety of courses and
Roberts. Another member of our campus credit courses offered by of university extension activity enrolled in off-campus credit instructional talentfro three or
enrolled in off-campus credit instructional talent-fro three or
You Saw Me In Many Places of housing and other facilities at party, Hugh Whitt, inspected Re- Florida's state universities more prior to the inauguration of the courses during the last three years.four of the state universities.
My trip to the First District on Tyndall. In this I was accompanied public and Fairchild Aviation fa- more than doubled, according to a present program in January, 1962. Correspondence study enroll-
ne 25 and 26 was in every re- by Assistant Secretary of Defense, cilities at Crestview as a part of recent survey of the program. Coordination of the off-campus pro- ments climbed from 3,700 in 1961- AY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
aspect a very busy one. The first John Reed, Assistant Secretary of the program. A report released this week gram will 'be transferred to the
item on my itinerary was the the Air Force, Lewis Turner, and Subsequent to the ground-break- shows that enrollment in these Board of Regents Office for Con-
ground-breaking for the new hos- Major General Richard L. Bohan ing for the Eglin Air Force Base courses rose from 7,300 in 1960-61 tinuing Education on July 1.
pital at Tyndall Air Force Base. non, Surgeon General of the Air Hospital, I drove to Chipley for the to 16,300 in 1964-65. The number of participants in all FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
This was followed by an inspection Force. The situation was duplicat- Chipley-Washington County Water- It is explained that the 1960-61 forms of this instruction rose from
melon Festival, a' very fine affair 27,000 in 1961-62 to 43,800 in 1964- Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
indeed. One of my accomplish- FULL RETIREMENT IS NOT 65, this including off-campus chedit
SMETHO T HURH ments is watermelon eating. On NECESSARY FOR BENEFITS courses, noncredit conferences and
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Saturday morning, I participated institutes, and home study courses. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
'Intersection Monument and Constitution / n the dedicatory ceremonies for "You don't have to retire com- While all types of extension pro- MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
the Highland View Water System pletely to get Social Security bene- grams enlarged their enrollments EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister at Port St. Joe. On Saturday night, fits," John V. Carey, Social Secur- the most significant development BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -............. 6:45 P.M.
Church School 9:A5 A.M. I spoke at the installation banquet ity District Manager in Panama during the period was the expan- PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 8:00 P.M.
: AM. for the new officers of the Junior City, said today. sion of off-campus graduate pro-
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. Chamber of Commerce in Fort Wal- "If you earn over $1,200 in a grams by the universities. "Come and Worship God With Us"
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M. ton Beach. I intended to give you year, you may be considered part- During the three-year period
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. this schedule in advance, but ly retired and entitled to part of there were over 3,000 registra-
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M. failed to include it. your Social Security benefits. For tions in graduate-level science and
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives" St. Joseph State Park To Be example, a worker would have onlyCHURCH Fg CHRIST
__ __ _-Top Attraction one dollar in benefits withheld for courses provided off- CHUR C H 0 F CHRIST
One of Gulf County's most im- every two dollars earned between campus. Over two dozen engineers de W With US
----------------h av e alre ad y re ceiv e d m aster's d e-W
important projects is the State Park $1,200 and $1,700. For earnings agrees from the University of Flor- WoSUNDrship With Us
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend which is how in the process of de- over $1,700 annually, one dollar in as a result of off-campus course Bible Study 1000 A.M
velopment on St. Joseph Peninsula. benefits is withheld for each dol- work and hundreds more are in Worshi 11:00 A.M
Jesse V. Stone, who has done such lar of earnings. the processor attaining such a de- ren's Cass 6 .M.
Long Ave. Baptist Church a very fine job as chairman of the Carey emphasized the fact that,the processor attaining such a de- Children's Class 6:30 P.M.
committee charged with responsi- no matter how much you earn in agree. Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Streetbility for this project, tells me that year, you can be paid for Social A newer program leading to a WEDNESDAY
roadways in the 671 acre park area Security benefits for any month in master's degree in business sad- Bible Study 7:00 P.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. have been cleared and graded; that which you neither earn over $100 ministration is also underway off- Grant Davison, Minister Phone 648-4586
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. building sites have been surveyed, as am employee, nor render sub- campus. More than 150 students in "THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST SALUTE YOU" (Rom. 16:16)
T- T 0 P.. r^p^. .. i 4.. L V ^ 1c; n;' are_ sta t'al services as a self-employ- the Cape Kennedy area are enroll- 20TH AND MARVIN
S- \ ------- ed in courses leading to a master's
your Druggist's Certificate as
a Registered p h a r m aoist
shows that he has passed the
Florida State Board of Phar-
macy examination and is qual-
ified to dispense drugs. At
Smith's, two Registered Phar-
macists are on hand to serve
your needs expertly and
For Your Convenience
We Feature These
Famous Lines of
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Includes bath powder, per-
fume and cologne.
DANA for men
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after bath cologne. Made,
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Toiletries for Men
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Drive-in Window At Rear
cleared; campsites located and
cleared; marsh areas filled in, and
boat basins are in the process of
being dredged. As soon as a road
can be built to gain access to the
project, progress can be materially
expedited. The, remainder of the
Federal Government's holdings on
St. Joe Peninsula is to become
available and it is anticipated that
this property can be added to the
present park. This will give 'Gulf
County and Port St. Joe one of the
outstanding recreational and tour-
ist attractions on Florida's fabulous
Gulf Coast. Here is an asset of tre-
mendous importance to you and to
Florida. I predict that it will prove
one of the top attractions in our
SNO BEAUTY HERE,
FOR A LONG TIME !
- Expectant Mothers -
We Now Carry A
Complete Line of
Avoid any misunderstanding you
may have about' the Social Secur-
ity Retirement Test especially if
you are over 65 and earning any-
where between $1,201 and $3,600.
Get all the facts from your Social
Security office at 1135 Harrison
Avenue, Panama City, Florida.
Meeting of Tax Equalization
Notice is hereby given that the
City Tax Assessment Roll for the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for
the year 1965, will be submitted to
the Tax Equalizing Board for ap-
proval on the 6th day of July, A.
D. 1965, at the City Hall at 7:00 P.
M. All persons desiring to have cor-
rections made in such rolls, wheth-
er in the listing, valuation of prop-
erty or otherwise, are requested to
file with the undersigned on or be-
fore the 6th day of July, 1965, their
petition setting forth their objec-
tions to such assessment, and the
corrections which they desire to
Witness my hand and the official
seal of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, this 21st day of June, A.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor.
June 24-July 1
degree from Florida State Univer-
Such programs helped to pave
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A cordial welcome awaits you from
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organizations of Port St. Joe.
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If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES
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Good thru July 3 Good thru July 3
50 FREE 25 FREE
Grand Prize Stamps Grand Prize Stamps
With Coupon and With Coupon and
Twin Pack Gordon Box Fireside
POTATO CHIPS S A L T I N E S
Good thru July 3 Good thru July 3
25 FREE 25 FREE
Grand Prize Stamps Grand Prize Stamps
With Coupon and With Coupon and
2 Lb. Pkg. Southland Cutright.
FIG BARS SANDWICH BAGS
Good thru July 3 Good thru July 3
FOR YOUR SELECTION OF
MANY FINE GIFTS
Armour's 302 Cans American Kraft's Squeeze Jar
POTTED MEAT Beauty MUSTARD
9 cans 99c N 8 oz. 23c
Armour's BEAN S Kraft
V I E N N A S 4 Cans MARSHMALLOWS
5 cans 99c 39c 10 oz. Pkg. 19c
DETERGENT Limit 1 with $5.00 Order GIANT SIZE
KRAFT 18 Oz. Size
"B-Q Sauce 39c
Hawaiian Punch Waldorf Tissue
46 Oz. 4 Roll
Can 37C Pack 3
Hi C Drinks Softweve Tissue
3 2 Roll
46 Oz. Cans 89 kg. 23c
3 LB. CAN BAKERITE
I WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIALS
Ga. Grade "A" Whole Limit 3 with Order
Red Grapes lb. 19c
Bananas lb. IOc
Limit 2 Carton
10 Lb. Bag
STEAK -- lb. 89c
SIRLOIN STEAK___lb. 98c
COPELAND'S LUNCH MEAT
FAMILY PAC_1 lb. pkg. 59c
%m ny 1r1nu Ba
1 Ib. pkg.
12 oz. pkg.
No. 1 Yellow
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
R C COLAS and
U -'-- -- r~--- cp,
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Cake Mix box 26c -- .
JITNEY JUNGLE 3 for 79c
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MHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 19
For 4th Weekend
The total economic loss of the
July 4th-weekend traffic accidents,
to say nothing of the grief and suf-
fering involved, will be the great-
est in history-totaling more than
$100 million, an insurance company
safety executive predicted today.
Arthur M. Eisenbart, Jr., Assist-
enroute. Horseplay in the car can
HUNTERS CAN TRAIN DEER
HOUNDS PRIOR TO SEASON
Tallahassee-Deer hunters wi
have an opportunity to train u
leashed deer hounds prior to tl
1065-66 hunting season.' A speci
deer hound training season was e
tablished by the Game and Fres
Water Fish Commission at'a mee
ing in Tallahassee, June 23, a
cording to 0. E. Frye, Director.
Frye said, "Deer dogs may be a
lowed to run free for training pu
poses during a two week training
period beginning Ocober 16, in th
First, Second, Fourth and Fift
Conservation Districts. The trai:
ing period in the Third District b
gins one week later on Octobe
Other changes in the regulations
- adopted at the meeting are as fol-
Boats used for taking wildlife or
fish in Broward, Collier, Dade or
Palm Beach counties must fly a
safety flag ten by twelve inches in
size and ten feet above the bottom
of the boat. This flag is not requir-
ed when boats are operated in can-
als at least fifty feet wide or where
there is unobstructed visibility for
at least 100 yards from any point
The use of outboard motors or
power boats is prohibited on Lakes
Jackson and lamonia in Leon
County during the open season for
taking migratory waterfowl, and
the use of motorboats is prohibited
at all times on Bear Lake in Santa
Persons dealing in fish, meat or
other food stuffs shall not permit
any game bird or animal to be
stored on, in or about the premises
where such business is conducted,
except that legally taken game may
be stored in public cold storage
when packaged or tagged and
marked with the name and license
number of the owner.
Hunters may take raccoons and
opossums at night with dogs and
.22 rimfire pistols in the Second
Conservation District, provided the
hunters obtain a permit from the
Commission prior to hunting. In
the Third Conservation District
hunters may use dogs and a .22
rimfire pistol or a .22 rimfire sin-
gle-shot rifle, and no permit is re-
In other action the Commission
approved a budget of expenditures
of $3,481,289 for the fiscal year
1965-66. Elected W. B. Copeland,
Commissioner from the Second
Conservation District as Chairman
and appointed O. E. Frye, Commis-
The Commission also approved a
continuation of the Florida Fishing
Derfby and fish tagging program
for 1965-66. Awarded contracts for
grazing leases on the Cecil Webb
Wildlife Management Area in
Charlotte County and a contract
for construction of hunt headquar-
ters on the Ocala Wildlife Manage-
ment Area. Approval was granted
for the advertisement for bids for
construction of a dike to create a
fishing area on the J. W. Corbett
Wildlife Management Area in Palm
The Commission also received a
progress report on the construction
of the Richloam Fish Hatchery and
the Lake Griffin Fish Management
project. The Commission also en-
dorsed a resolution from the Al-
achua County Commission to the
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service re-
questing a study of the feasibility
of acquiring Paines Prairie in Al-
achua County as a wildlife and fish
"INABILITY TO COMMUNICATE
BY SPEECH" COMPENSATION
St. Petersburg-M. -T. Dixon of
the Florida Department of Veter-
ans Affairs, announced today that
a recent law passed by the 86th
Congress hasmade it possible for
a special monthly compensation to
veterans for inability to communi-
cate by speech.
This law provides for payments
of special monthly compensation of
$4.00 for complete organic inabil-
ity to communicate by speech.
Dixon added that the $47.00 is
paid in addition to the regular rate
of compensation provided for this
disability, and that veterans should
get in touch with their local County
Service Officer or write to him di-
rect, if they feel they are eligible
for this benefit from the Veterans
urance Companies, said "The tion to their driving task, we shall
I fact is that our tragic traffic record the highest traffic death
ident problem is caused princip- and injury toll in our history," he
y by human diving- effrs, nany warned.
which 're' considered fittfe "Avoid looking at roadside at-
ngs by driv6rs---nionentary dis- tractions called to your attention
actions, for example, or just plain by members of your family. That
attention. 'split second it takes to look at an
Unless drivers give constant at- unusual building or landscape can
tion and complete concentra- lead to disaster. A momentary look
away from the road ahead can set duced," the Allstate safety author- 2. Keep two hands on the wheel. motorists and pedestrians. uoncen-
you up for a rear end collision or ity emphasized. You can't react in time to emerg- trate on the entire driving environ-
a head on crash. Eisenbart cited several defensive ency situations using only one hand ment.
"Despite all the publicity about driving measures that motorists while driving. "Holiday periods are times to
the causes of auto accidents, peo- could take to insure safe trips dur- 3. Have the family save their fun have fun," said the Allstate execu-
ple continue to make the same mis- ing the holidays: and frolic for their destination, not tive, "but too often holidays turn
takes at the wheel. If drivers would 1. Keep your mind on your driv- enroute. Horeeplay in the car can out to be tragic days. Observance
observe just a few basic defensive ing. If you want to observe a road- distract the driver and lead to dis- of basic defensive driving funda-
fundamentals the ghastly highway side attraction, pull your car to a aster. mental could prevent that trag-
accident toll could be greatly re- safe place off the road. 4. Expect the worst from other edy."
JULY 4th SALE
Take Your Choice of Firestone Champions...
Get the 2nd Tire for
S Buy first tire at'price listed below .'
'get second tire for M THAT PRICEt
V irs ton" tir $ton0
CHAMPION NYLONS, SAFETY CHAMPION NYLONS
/Bl with Firestone SUP-R-TUP
rubberfor EXTRA MILEAGE,
SAFETY a d DURABtLTf
st TIRE* End TIRE*
.X00-18 $13.40 7.70
650Q-13 16.76 8.37
7.50-14 19.95 9.97
8.00-14 22.55 11.27
8.50-14 24.75 12.37
6.70-15 19.96 .97
7.10-15 22.58 11.27
7.60-15 24.75 12.37
8.00-15 28.18 14.07
8.20-15 28.16 14.07
WHITEWALLS...Add $3 for 1st tire...*$50 for 2nd
All prices plus tax. No trade-in needed.
NO MONEY DOWN
s 50.001 5.00
Service Needs oan
Regular 30-day charge...
or TAKE MONTHS TO PAY
Deeper Tread and 10% more btr~ati ge
gies you 25% MORE MILEAGE thaon te
Firesone Champion....plus an extra margin Sf oaft.*
SSIZE TUBELESS BLACKWALLS
1st TIRE*. 2nd TIRE*
I .00-13 $19.35 $9.67
6.50-13 20.5 O 10.26
7.50-14 23.20 11.60
1r 8.00-14 26.60 13.30a
8.50-14 29.15 14.57
6.70-15 23.20 11.60
S 7.10-15 26.60 130 \
7.60-15 29.15 14.57
8.00-15 32.50 16.25
WHITEWALLS...Add $3.50 for 1st tire...136 far 2nd
*Al prices plus tax. No trade-in needed
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wherever you travel.
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Letters To The Editor
by LYDIA PERRINS
The following letter was writ- ders of Labor know that we do A J
ten to a railroad labor newspa- have unions in these places. Here
per in Washington, D. C., on May at St. Joe Paper Company the pro- A Variety of
26 and as yet, has not been pub- duction workers are represented Salad Dressings
lished in that paper. It's author by the I.A.M., A.F.L.-C.I.O. The Improve delicious summer
asked that the letter be repro- electricians are represented by J salads with homemade salad
duced in The Star so that area B.E.W., A.F.L.-C.I.O. The box plants dressings. Vary the seasoning to
citizens could see local labor's are represented, some by U.P.P., please your own taste.
viewpoint and labor relations A.F.L.-C.I.O. and some by Pulp STANDARD FRENCH DRESSINGI
thinking. -Ed Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, 1 tsp. salt
801 16th Street A.F.L.-C.I.O. The Apalachicola Nor- % tsp. paprika
Fort St. Joe, Florida then Railroad is represented by /4 cup vinegar
May 26, 1965 the R.R. Union A.F.L-C.I.O. % cup salad oil
Mix the dry ingredients with the
Labor Newspaper Due to the above, I have had vinegar. Then add the oil and beat
Mr. Reuben Levin union members at-other places ask or shake well before using. Other
400 1st Street N. W. me why or how do you work for a seasonings such as onion, garlic or
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
Washington, D. C. 20001 man and company like Ed Ball and can be added. (Makes about 1 cup.)
Dear Sir: his empire. Some have said the un- LORENZO DRESSING
For many months now you hav ions must not be very militant, but To RV cup of French-Dressing add:
let the people know how you feel that is not true. We have good 1 tsp. Lea & Perrins Worcestershire
about Mr. Ed Ball, St. Joe Paper contracts, good working conditions Sauce
about Mr. Ed Ball, St. Joe Paper and very good labor relations with 1 Tbsp. chili sauce
Company, the Banks, Railroads and and very good labor relations with 3 Tbsp. chopped watercress
the duPont Estate. Iknow that all this company. I am not implying Shake well. Serve with green or
of this is due to the strike on the that our contract could not be im- vegetable salads.
Florida East Coast Railroad. Improved, because it can. All con- HONEY FRENCHDRESSING
would like for you to know that I tracts need improving to stay in 2 Tbsp. honey
am a Union Member and have ser- line with changing times and cost 2 tsp. salt
am a Union Member and have ser- tsp. paprika
ved as Recording Secretary, Vice. f living. 3 Tbsp. lemon juice
President and President of Local In this letter, I am not taking is- 6 Tbsp. salad oil
No. 379, U.P.P. Also, I have work- sue with you concerning the tax Mix honey, salt, paprika and lemon
ed as a temporary organizer for the question or other differences the Juice. Gradually beat in the oil.
itemporaryServo with fruit salads. (Makes
United Papermakers and Paper- Railroad Unions are having with about cup.)
workers A.F.I.-C.I.O. I am em- Mr. Ball and F.E.C. My reason for abt V4 f
played by St. Joe Paper Company this letter is to let your readers HAVE HOUSE GUESTS
as a paper tester. I am for you and know that Port St. Joe, Florida and Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
your union on the original reason many other communities would not
for the strike of the Florida East have survived or could not prosper W. P. Gilbert, Mrs. EthelWestbrook
Coast Railroad. and continue to grow if not for the and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Howell
My Father always told me there duPont Estate. include Mr. and Mrs. E. Hidalgo
is good in everyone and I believe I shall turn now to our own City from Raceland, La.; Dale Boswell
this includes Mr. Ed Ball and his of Port St. Joe: In the period from from Mobile, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.
"empire", as you so often refer to 1930 to 1960, Port St. Joe increased John F. Bussman from Miami, and
it. I have read all of your special its.population from 851 to 4,217 be- Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Knight from
Florida editions concerning the cause St. Joe Paper Co., St. Joseph Chipley.
strike and Ed Ball, but never have Telephone and Telegraph Co., Apa-
I read anything about the Paper lachicola Northern Railroad and Miss Deda Gilbert is visiting her
Mill, Box Plants or the other Rail- others are providing good jobs grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hi-
road having labor unions to repre- with union wages and good work- dalgo, in Raceland, La.
sent the workers of these places. ing conditions.
I feel that it is my duty; first Yes, Mr. Editor; I am very pleas- iates. I sincerely hope and believe
as a union member, second as an ed with the labor relations and that this will continue.
employee of St. Joe Paper Com- union conditions we have with St. Fraternally yours,
pany, to let you know and the rea- Joe Paper Company and its affil- TROY W. JONES
Turn Your Vacation Cash
Into Travelers Checks-Here
In Our Bank.
Like to get away from it all? Our
travel loan plan lets you take the
trip of your dreams. See us today.
THIS BANK WILL BE CLOSED
MONDAY, JULY 5
In Observance of Independence Day
Florida National Bank
at PORT ST. JOE
MEMBER: F.D.I.C and Florida National Group of Banks
A&P STORES WILL BE CLOSED
MONDAY, JULY 5
N I R
THURSDAY, JULY toi 1965
Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn Fla or Ga. Shipped
"Super-Right" Smoked Fully
"Super-Right" Lean Meat Western Pork
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Southern Star Cooked
RIB STEAK---- Ib. $1.09 CAN HAMS __ 5 Ibs.
"Super-Right" Heavy Western
Cut Thick for Bar-B-Que "Super-Right" Extra Lean
DELMONICO STEAK, Ib. $1.75 GROUND BEEF__ 5 Ibs.
GROUND BEEF 3
CABOT BRIQUETS OF
3 to 5 Lb.
50 Extra Plaid Stamps
With the Purchase of
Jane Parker Pineapple Top
Sweet 'Rolls --.Pkg. 39c
"No Coupon Necessary"
Quick Frozen Headless
$3.89 GREEN SHRIMP --_ Ib. 79c
Cap'n John Quick Froz.-10 o. French Fried
FISH STICKS __- 3 for $1.00
$1.99 Quick Frozen Alaskan
bs. $1.35 CRAB LEGS -------b. 89c
CHARCOAL 20 Ib. bag 79c
half gal. ctn.
ANN PAGE 12 OUNCE JAR
PEANUT BUTTER 33c
Special Sale! Mild and Mellow EIGHT O'CLOCK
COFFEE 1 lb. bag 65c 3 lb. bag $1.89
Sultana 3 Lb., 4 Oz. Cans
Pork & Beans __ 3 cans 89c
Sun-Glo Pink Lotion
DETERGENT _- --- qt. 39c
A&P Light Meat 6Y2-oz. Cans
Chunk Tuna -- 2 cans 49c
All Flavors 3-oz. Pkgs.
Jello Gelatin -_ 4 pkgs. 45c
loll I Mwo-,
LARGE CRISP FIRM CALIFORNIA
LARGE RED RIPE
Jane Parker Blueberry or-l-lb., 8-oz.
Pecan Pie ------each 49c
Jane Parker Golden Cinnamon or
Sugar Donuts Box of 12 19c
Jane Parker Brown and Serve-Pkgs of 12
Dinner Rolls _-_ 2 pkgs. 29c
Salad Mustard 2 lb. jar 23c
NEW LOW PRICES!
A&P FROZEN FRESH
Chocolate Brownies, 13 Oz.
Cream Cheese Cake, Ib., 2 oz.
Apple Strudel, 15 oz.
Orange Fluff Cake, 12 Oz.
Coconut Cake, 12 Oz.
Cake, 12 Oz.
(Shank Half or Whole, lb. 55c)
911 Flavors Yukon Club 12-oz. Cans
Beverages -- 15 cans $1.00
Ann Page Ib., 12 oz. Bottles
Barbecue Sauce --- bot. 39c
A&P Yel. Freestone Halves or-Lb., 13-oz.
Sliced Peaches ---- can 29c
Save At A&P! Jumbo Rolls
Scottowels ---- 3 rolls 89c
Ik 1 R
S .Sare Only PlaidStamps
G..et Fine Gifts Faster
CsHE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY. INC.
Prices in this ad are good through
Saturday, July 3, 1965.
,"SHOOT THE WORKS77
Om R BU:DE
Ir~illll~aPI Ire rl Ilrr a~
THE STAR, Port St.. Joe, Fla.
WANT FINE GIFTS FOR
INDOORS OR OUTDOORS?
California Sunshine Grown
' LET'S HAVE A LEMONADE!
-l i35 LB. BAG RED
TIP TOP FROZEN
DRINKS or MINUTE MAID
9 6 OZ. CANS
GEORGIA GOLDEN SHORE
L On C RKI A'm L'
4 Ounce Glass Containers
16 Ounce Size
SWIFT'S PREMIUM-4 Oz. Zip Top Cans
Vienna SAUSAGE 5 cans
SWIFT'C PREMIUM CORNED, 15Y2 Oz. Cans
BEEF HASH --- 3 cans
SWIFT'S PREMIUM are the two most
Trusted words in meat!
.24 OZ. CANS
WITH MEAT BALLS
3- 24 oz. cans
. .. EACH
< ; .;BEST
--- *, .- PRODUCE!
SI ; i FRTZ
A HOT WEATHER
14 Oz. Size
12 OZ. CAN
IS SANDWICH, SAL-
AD OR FRY PAN
* NO DEPOSIT
* NO RETURN
3 lb. can
BONELESS, READY TO
SLICE AND EAT!
Grade "A" "
INSPECTEDl P e
12 OZ. PKGS.
6 Ounce Jar
Chase and Sanborn
18 Ounce Bottle
Lay's Twin Pak Potato
CHIPS pak 69c
Hunt's Tomato, 20
2 btls. 59c
Hawaiian, 46 Oz.
3 cans $1.00
Van Camp, 300 Size Cans
PORK & BEANS 2 cans 29c
Ballard and Pillsbury
-BISCUITS --- 4 8-oz. cans 35c
DRINKS --- 18 oz. iar 97c
Reynold's Heavy Duty Aluminum
FOIL 18" roll 55c
NAPKINS 200 ct. pkg. 29c
Lily Cold Drink Paper
CUPS -------48 ct. pkg. 49c
Lily White Paper
PLATES -.... 40 ct. pkg. 49c
Nabisco New Entertainers
SNACK CRACKERS__ box 41c
10 Lb. Bag OLO
CHARCOAL Briquets 8 OUNCE
4 Oz. Size
4 Oz. Size
M 1000 Swan
Ga. Grade A Large Eggs 2 doz. 89c TABLETS
1 Grain Saccharin
Each Pkg. of 5
LIMIT One Box
With $7.00 or more
SAVE lO 10
1, C12 OUNCE
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PA ID Permit No. 30
Sec. 34.66 P.L&R.
Port St. Joe, Fla. BOX HOLDER
U. S. POSTAGE RURAL ROUTE
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The Only Home Owned and Operated Super Market In Port St. Joe
THESE SPECIALS ARE GOOD
June 30-July 1, 2 and 3
Rich's IGA Will Be
July 5th All Day
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COOK AND EAT OUT SALE!
USDA INSPECTED WHOLE GRADE "B"
FRYERS lb. 26L
FLA. or GA. GRADE "A" FRESH QUARTERS
WHOLE FRYERS I.lb. 29c FRYER LEGS -- Ib. 33c
FRESH (Pan-Ready) TRAY PACK (With Wings) FRESH QUARTERS
CUT-UP FRYERS lb. 34c FRYER BREAST_ l-b. 35c
CALL US ....-
"Forget Cooking"! STICK LB. A L L US -
BOLOGNA lb. 33c Place Your Order for
$1.47 Value FROSTY MORN A
STo Suit Your Taste!
PORKir LOI SP SF E Biggest and Best Variety In Town
PORK LOIN SPECIAL FRESH
Center Cut Quarter PIG FEET ------ 'b. 9c
CH OP S L O IN CHICKEN
POUND POUND BAC KS -- 4 Ibs. 59c
SWe have for Holiday Cook Out FRESH
69C 9C PIG SPARE RIBS
.SWIFT'S 3 LB. CAN
Canned PICNICS $1.99
With $10.00 Order or More-Ga. Grade A Lge. TABLERITE SLICED 10 OZ.
ONE DOZEN EGGS FREE BOLOGNA ---pkg. 49c
TABLERITE FRESH LEAN
CELERY ..2 stalks
GOLDEN RIPE LUSCIOUS
I BANANAS Ib. 10c
h CRISP FRESH WESTERN
Lettuce hd. 10c
NEW CROP RED
RED GRAPES ------ lb. 29c
PEACHES ---I b. 15c
PEANUTS -----lb. 29c
FIELD PEAS -----lb. 10c
GEORGIA HOME GROWN
TENDER OKRA-- Ib. 15c
(HOT or ICE COLD) GUARANTEED RIPE
3 for $1.00
BLACKEYE PEAS 3 bags $1.00
LOCAL HOME GROWN SWEET
CANTALOUPES .. 4 for $1.00
IGA FROZEN 6 OZ. CANS
LEMONADE --- 6 cans 49c
SEA PAK BREADED 10 OZ. PKG.
SHRIMP--- 10 oz. pkg. 49c
PILLSBURY or BALLARD
BISCUITS ---4 cans 29c
SUNGOLD QUARTERS 1 LB. PKGS.
OLEO-- ---- 2 pkgs. 39c
ICE MILK ---- /2 gal. 39c
SAUCE ----_ 18 oz. btl. 33c
STAR-KIST 6Y2 OZ. CANS
CHUNK TUNA .-- 3 cans 89c
DUBUQUE or SWIFT VIENNA 4 OZ. CANS
SAUSAGE ---- 2 cans 39c
IGA 25 FT. ROLL
ALUM. FOIL------- roll 29c
SCOTT TOWELS BIG ROLLS
TOWELS --- -2 rolls 59c
RICE _--- 3 Ib. bag 33c
IGA 303 CANS
PEAR HALVES -- 3 cans 69c
Ala. Girl or Cairo Beauty Swt. Mixed-16 Oz.
PICKLES -----_ 2 jars 49c
IGA 46 OZ. CANS
FRUIT DRINKS .-- 3 cans 79c
STANDARD PACK 303 CANS
TOMATOES --- 4 cans 39c
IGA FRUIT 303 CANS
COCKTAIL --- 2 cans 39c
IGA CREAM or WHOLE KERNEL 303
GOLD CORN -- 4 cans 59c
REG. or HARD IGA $1.19 VAL.
HAIR SPRAY -------_ 69c
SHOWBOAT NO. 22 CANS
PORK and BEANS 3 cans 49c
IGA 18 OZ. JAR
PEANUT BUTTER _- jar 39c
ICED TEA _1 1/2 Ib. pkg. 49c
DOG FOOD ------_ tall can 5c
FOLGER'S 6 OZ. JAR
INSTANT COFFEE ----_ 89c
CHARCOAL __- 20 Ib. bag 89c
IGA PINK LIQUID
DETERGENT __ 22 oz. btl. 39c
COMO TOILET 4 ROLL PKG.
TISSUE ---- _- 3 pkgs. 79c
PEPPER -----4 oz. can 33c
LUNCHEON MEAT 12 OZ. CAN
SWIFT PREM ---- can 39c
KRAFT QUART JAR
MAYONNAISE --- qt. 49c
IGA TALL CANS
EVAP. MILK ---- 3 cans 39c
Shop RICH'S & Save Cash Not Stamps
The Only Home Owned and Operated Super Market In Port St. 'Joe
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21. lbs. 89c