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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 NUMBER 33
Park Roads Contract to
Be Awarded In June
Senator George G. Tapper told The Star this
week that he had been advised by the office of Gov-
ernor Haydon Burns that inside-the-park paving con-
tracts for the St. Joseph Peninsula State Park will
be let in June.
Tapper said the Governor's office reported that
$150,000 has been allocated to hard surface all roads
inside the park proper. Work on the access road to
the park property has been completed.
Tapper said the Park Board has $180,000 on
hand to begin work on construction of bath houses,
facilities, camp sites, etc., and that contracts on this
work will probably be let in July of this year.
Included in the paving work will be roads in-
side the park, parking areas, and camp site park-
"Clean Up Week"
Begins On Monday
Beginning Monday the Port St.
Joe City Commission is sponsoring
a city-wide Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-
Up campaign to help clean up the
city for the Summer.
This program also has the en-
dorsement of the Chamber of
Commerce, who recognize that a
neat, clean city helps in their
job of selling its attributes to
prospective visitors, industry and
According to City Auditor and
Clerk, C. W. Brock, the Board feels
that the move is necessary to pre-
pare the city for the Summer
tourist season, and also to give the
City a better appearance for its
In addition to beautification,
Brock also stated that cleaning up
and beautification of city streets,
Firemen Receive Certificate of Appreciation for Donation
Gulf County Sheriff B. E. Parker presents a
Certificate of Appreation.to Port St. Joe Volun-
teer Fire Department Chief R. H. ElIIzey from the
Florida Sheriff's Boy's Ranch as Assistant Chief
Joe Stevens looks on. Assistant Chief Weylon
Graham was not present when the picture was
The presentation was made in recognition of
cooperation by the local fire department in help-
ing to construct a fire station at the Sheriff's Boy's
Ranch. The local department raised $220.00 and
presented it to the Sheriff's Association to 'be
used in construction of the fire house.
Registration of Pre-Schoolers Is Scheduled for May 5, 6
The Port St. Joe Elementary gin with "N" through "Z" should
School announces that registration come to register on Friday, May 6.
for children who plan to enter the If it is impossible for your child
first grade in the Fall of 1966 will
be held in the first grade rooms
from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. on
May 5 and 6. At this time a read-
ing readiness test will be given to
the children. Children must have
this test in order to be enrolled
- and be placed in school. Students
-must be six years old on or.before
December 31, 1966 and must pre-
sent a birth certificate on the day
they register. Children whose .last
names begin with letters "A"
through "M" should register Thurs-
day, May 5. Those whose names be-
to come on the day assigned him,
please make arrangements to bring
him on the other registration day.
All children beginning the first
grade in the Fall of 1966 are re-
quired by state law to have a com-
plete physical examination and
have their immunization records
up to date. This can be done
through your family physician. Ap-
pointments should be made with
the County Health Department if
you plan to use their services.
All students must have a Free-
dom of Choice form turned in to
the school by April 30, 1966. These
forms may be obtained in the
Those children enrolled in either
of the two local kindergartens will
have already pre-registered. They
will need to come in for the test
PTA POSTPONED A WEEK
The High School PTA, which is
scheduled to meet tonight, has
been postponed until next Thurs-
The meeting has been changed
due to the fact that some of the
new officers cannot be on hand to-
night for installation purposes.
parkways, buildings and facilities
operated by the city are undergo-
ing the "sprucing up" being advo-
cated for everyone in the City for
this special week.
The City will offer free trash
pick-up of yard rubbish during
the next week in an effort to
stimulate clean-up efforts thru
the residential section of the
Brock says the City Board is
urging the cooperation of the citi-
Removing all rubbish from front
and back yards.
Planting grass on any bare spots.
Trim hedges and replace dead
Paint the exterior of homes and
Repair and paint fences.
Clean vacant lots of rubbish and
plant them with flowers.
Drain and fill low spots where
mosquitoes can breed.
Clean out rubbish, old paper and
other fire hazards from attics,
storage rooms and garages.
Repair sidewalks and driveways.
WHEREAS, the general health
and welfare of our citizens de-
pend upon.wholesome surround-
ings arising from good clean liv-
ing conditions, and
WHEREAS, the lives and pro-
perty of our people are, endang-
ered by fire and accidents caus-
ed by littered and cluttered con-
ditions in homes, factories, plac-
es of public. -assenmi,-, alleys,
and streets, and,
WHEREAS, a clean and beau-
tiful community is a proud and
prosperous one, and,
WHEREAS, unity of effort is
required for future development
of our community;
THEREFORE, I, F RANK
HANNON, Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe; do hereby designate
May 2 through May 8, inclusive,
as Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up
Week and most respectfully call
upon all departments of this city,
its commercial organizations,
civic clubs, schools, churches,
boys' and girls' clubs and all
other associations and our peo-
ple in general to take an active
part in this constructive program
of community improvement to
insure its success.
This the 25th day of April,
FRANK HANNON, Mayor
City of Port St. Joe
C. W. BROCK
City Auditor and Clerk
Thames Will Attend
Service Officer Meeting
Albert T. Thames, County Veter-
ans Service Officer for Gulf County
will be out of town from April 28
to May 9.
Any veteran who will need any
emergency assistance should con-
tact one of the county commission-
Municipal Hospital Receiver
Three- Year Accreditation
Word was received this week by Miss Minerva McLane, administrator of the Municipal
Hospital that the local institution has received an Accredited status for a period of three
years. The notification came from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals.
Last year about this time, the Municipal Hospital was approved for one year accre-
ditation which is the time usually given on the first survey. This year, Municipal was
approved for the maximum time of three years by the Joint Commission on Accreditation
Accreditation of the hospital for-
this comparatively long period of
time came after a survey conducted
of the hospital site on February EX ----
14 by William B. Talbot, M. D., a
field representative of the Commis-
Several small items of recommen-
dations for improvement of quality
of patient care were made and the
hospital staff has since taken care
of these matters.
The Commission commended the
hospital, by letter, for maintaining
standards deserving of accredita-
tion and for constant effort to im-
prove the quality of patient care.
The accreditation approving body
was formed in 1952 and is compris-
ed of the American College of Phy-
sicians, the American College of
Surgeons, the American Hospital
Association' and the American Med-
The Commission's -accreditation
is entirely voluntary. When a hos-
pital desires accreditation it asks
the Commission to make a personal
survey. This survey is made by a
physician thoroughly trained in all
phases of hospital work.
A hospital that has been granted
the Certificate of Accreditation by
the Commission gives the assur-
ance that the hospital has: A safe
building; good facilities and equip-
ment; special hospital services;
medical library; a competent, qual-
ified medical staff; well trained
nursing staff and adequate hospital
personnel; a' responsible governing
body and a trained administrator.
The. seal of Accreditation grant-
ed a hospital is a mark of quality
in medical and hospital service. It
means a great deal to a hospital
and is a source of pride to the com-
School Choice Forms
Are Due April 30
Superintendent of Public In-
struction, Marion Craig reminded
parents this week that Saturday
is the last day to return the
Freedom of Choice for pupils
who will attend Gulf County
schools next year.
Craig said that the forms must
be returned if a student plans
to choose the school he will at-
tend. This practice was made
mandatory in guidelines set up
by the U. S. Department of Edu-
Craig said that if the forms
have not been received or have
become misplaced, extra forms
are available at all Gulf County
Miss Minerva McLane, Municipal Hospital administrator, reads,
with obvious satisfaction, notification that the Municipal Hospital
has received accreditation for a period of three years. -Star photo
Second Class of CD-Spoisored Small
Arms Course Is Completed Tuesday
Under direction of A. P. (Bob)
Jackson,' county Civil Defense Di-
rector and Bob Buchert, chief in-
structor, the second course in small
arms training ended Tuesday at
the new Gulf Rifle Club Range on
Highway 71, just north of the Port
St. Joe City Limits. Sponsored by
Civil Defense and open to persons
of all ages, the course offers in-
struction in the use and handling
of firearms under the supervision
of a team of qualified instructors.
The Gulf Rifle Club was organ-
ized last September and is char-
tered by the National Rifle Associa-
The range, covering over 40 acres
and conforming with all state and
NRA safety regulations includes z
200 yard and a 100 yard high power
rifle range as well as the small
bore and official police pistol
ranges. Future plans include a
skeet layout for shotgun enthusi-
One of the finest in Florida, the
Gulf Rifle Club Range was made
possible by the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, Michigan Chemical Corpora-
tion, Glidden Company and the
Port St. Joe municipal and Gulf
Highland View School
Sets Registration Dates
Pre-school registration will be
scheduled for all pre-school chil-
dren residing in Highland View,
St. Joe Beach, Beacon Hill and
Mexico Beach at the Highland View
Elementary School on May 5 and
6. The school asks that you arrange
to register your child at the school
on either May 5 or 6. The regis-
tration schedule will be from 9:00
A.M. until 12:00 Noon and from
1:00 P.M. until 2:00 P.M. Regis-
tration is for those children who
will be six years old on or before
December 31, 1966.
It is important to bring your
child to school at 9:00 A.M. as
this is when the registration will
begin. Also there will be some
other planned activities for your
child while they are at school.
All registration will be conduct-
ed in the first grade rooms. Parents
are requested to bring the child's
birth certificate for registration.
SAY YOU SAW iT IN THE STAR
POLLING PLACES, CANDIDATE'S NAMES LISTED HERE
Candidates Making Last Ditch Pitch
Area candidates will present
their last argument for election
to the voters Saturday afternoon
here in Port St. Joe at the corner
of Fifth Street and Reid Avenue.
The speaking will begin at 4:00
p.m., and continue until the last
candidate is heard.
A relatively short ballot faces
the Gulf County voter this year.
This is in spite of the fact that
several state officers are being
shifted to the off-year election
to eliininate the unweildly ballots
of the four-year, election.
Candidates appearing on the
Gulfj allot include:
FG.O Governor: Haydon Burns,
Sam- Foor, Robert King High and
A to~rney General: Barney F.
Cobb and Earl Faircloth.
Comptroller: Ronald Brugh,
Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., Walter
Franzel and Larry Kelley.
State Treasurer: Ray Gann, Bob
Harris and Broward Williams.
Commissioner, Florida Public
Service Commission, Group 1:
Phillip S. Brewer, W. D. Maynard
and William T. (Billy) Mayo.
Commissioner, Florida Public
Service Commission, Group 2:
Joe Boyd, Jerry W. Carter, Mack
H. Jones and Emmett S. Roberts.
Member, House of Representa-
tives, Group 1:,D. S. (Dan) Dans-
by and John Robert Middlemas.
Member, State House of Rep-
resentatives, Group 2: Julian
Bennett, Carl R. Gray, W. V.
(Bill) Peeke and Ben C. Williams.
Member Board of County Com-
missioners, District 2: Andrew
Lamar Davis and James G. Mc-
Member Board of County Com-
missioners, District 4: Walter
Graham, P. W. Petty and Johnnie
Member Board of Public In-
struction, District 1: Billy A. Bat-
son and William Roemer, Sr.
Member Board of Public In-
struction, District 3: W. J. (Joe)
Ferrell, Gene Raffield and Walter
Port St. Joe area voters will
vote in the following locations:
Precinct 5, Highland View and
Beaches, Weeks Building in High-
Precinct 6, White City, Com-
Precinct 7, Kenney's Mill, Mos-
quito Control Building.
Precinct 8, Port St. Joe, City
Precinct 9, Port St. Joe, Stac
Precinct 10, Port St. Joe, Boy
Precinct 11, Port St. Joe, Cen-
Polls will be open from 7:00
A.M. until 7:00 P.M. in all pre-
Absentee ballots may still
be cast in the office of the Su-
pervisor of Election, Mrs. C. G.
Rish, in Wewahitchka, through
Monday. Mrs. Rish states that her
office will be open all day every
day except Sunday until election
In the photo above, Rosemary Faliski points
out a bullseye, made by Kayanna (Annie Oakley)
--. .-. .- '
Bateman under direction of instructor, Bobby
Stebel. -SJPC Photo
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966
Burns, second from
left, welcomes Howard
Litt and his garment
to Florida in a recent
press conference held
in Tallahassee. Litt is
locating his factory in
Looking on is Jim
Cooper, president of
the Port St. Joe-Gulf
County Chamber of
Commerce and Bobby
Rish, chairman of the
WAS THE POET
GIMONIDES OF CEOS
(GREECE) WHO LIVED
FROM 556 TO 467 B.C.
HE WAG POET
'-' LAUREATE FOR 53
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE '.
FOR MAKING SAVINGS .
BONOS THE MOST WIDELY .
KNOWN ECUR/rTES IN ALL ,
AMONG MANY OTHERS,
THE APVERT/S/N INDUSTRY-
WHICH HA CONTR/UP -,- -
WELL OVER A BILLION" .
SPOLA WORTH OF TIME,
SPACE ANP SERVICES !
KILLINGG A TUMBLER FULL OF WATER
MAKES IT INTO A SIMPLE KIND OF
MAGNIFYING GLASS )
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U* SSAVINGS BONDS,THE STAR- SPAN6LEP
SAVINGS PLAN FOR ALL AMERICANS!
Labor Endorses Burns
Since March 5, 1966, more than 400 local unions, 12 state associations, 11 district councils, 450 indi-
vidual union officers and thousands of individual union members have endorsed HAYDON BURNS for Gov-
ernor. Acting not as Central Labor Union presidents, but as individuals, Central Labor Union presidents
and officers in every major population area of Florida except three have endorsed HAYDON BURNS and are
serving as chairmen or co-chairmen of the organized labor county campaign committees. All of the officers
and district vice presidents of the Florida State Building and Construction Trades Council and all of the
district vice presidents of the Florida AFL-CIO except one are serving as chairmen or co-chairmen of the
organized labor county campaign committees for Haydon Burns.
More Than 65,000 Members of Organized
Labor Are Joined Together Actively Supporting
By these truths, it is evident that HAYDON BURNS is receiving the active, personal support of a
substantial majority of the people of organized labor in Florida.
Some of the State-Wide Associations Which Have Endorsed Haydon Burns
0 All affiliated local unions of the Communi-
cations Workers of America.
* Florida State Assn. of Journeymen Barbers.
* All local unions of the State, County and
Municipal Employees Union.
9 The Florida Electrical Workers Association.
0 The Florida State Conference of Bricklayers,
Masons and Plasterers' International Union
9 All 54 local unions in. the Greater Pensacola,
0 Tallahassee Electrical Workers Union.
National Longshoremen's Association, Lo-
The Millwrights Union, Local 1510.
" Carpenters, Local 696.
* Construction, Shipyard and General Labor-
ers, Local 1207.
" The Pensacola Building and Construction
* The Panama City Building and Construction
* The Hillsborough County Building and Con-
struction Trades Council.
* The Pinellas County Building and Construc-
tion Trades Council.
T The Pinellas County Building and Construc-
tion Trades Council.
* The Manatee-Sarasota Counties Building and
Construction Trades Council.
* The Brevard County Building and Construc-
tion Trades Council.
Won't You Join Your Labor Brothers
In Support of Haydon Burns?
HEAR RICHARD W. YOUNGMAN
Director of Florida Labor Mediation Conciliation Service
SPEAK IN BEHALF OF
HAYDON BURNS OEOR
At the Political Rally Here In Port St. Joe, Saturday Afternoon, April 30, 4:30 P.M.
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cording to schedule.
Copeland said, "Many times this
is nothing more than a case of an
embarrassed fisherman who neg-
lected to carry extra shear pins or
sufficient fuel, other times it can
be a matter of spending an uncom.
fortable night in the wilderness. At
times it may be a fatal accident."
To save needless worry and lost
time as well as assist Florida's
wildlife officers in searching for
lost fishermen Copeland listed a
series of "things to do" to help in-
sure a successful fishing trip and
a safe return.
Fishermen should inform their
family of exact fishing location,
route of travel to and from the
area, and estimated time of return.
Be specific as to location as many
of Florida's rivers are long and
cover many miles.
Fishermen and boaters should be
Notice is hereby given that upon
motion of the City Commission of
the City of Port St. Joe, an Ordi-
nance has been introduced, which
in substance provides for an
amendment to Ordinance No. 5 of
the City of Port St. Joe, being the
zoning ordinance of said City, in
which it is proposed to amend said
ordinance to provide that there
shall be no rear yard require-
ments for buildings located on lots
abutting on alleys lying between
Reid and Williams Avenue and
Reid and Monument Avenue, ex-
tending from First Street to Fifth
Street in the City.
All persons interested may be
heard on this proposed amendment
at 8:00 o'clock P.M., EST, on May
3, 1966, at the City Hall, at a reg-
ular meeting of the City Commis-
C. W. BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk
organize a searching party, but
should notify the office of the
County Sheriff who will call on the
wildlife officers and others who
are familiar with the area and
equipped to conduct a search.
Copeland said, "Fishing and boat-
ing can be a wholesome and safe
recreation and Florida's wildlife
officers are available to help in
any way possible, but the respon-
sibility is on the participant and
water accidents can be prevented
by observing safety rules.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966
Boating, Fishing Season Is Here; Tips
Given to Insure Your Safe Return Home
TALLAHASSEE This is the familiar with and observe all boat-
time of year for peak fishing and ing and water safety regulations
boating activity and according to and practice safe boat handling.
W. B. Copeland, chairman of the If not familiar with the water,
Game and Fresh Water Fish Corn-
mission it is also the time of year hire a guide or fish with someone
in which the Commission's wildlife that is acquainted with local con-
officers spend many hours search- editions.
ing for sportsmen who have failed If a fisherman is late or missing,
to return from their outings ac- the family should not attempt to
Member, BOARD of
Interested in the present
and the future of Gulf
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
K K" d-\ ---
In 1965, under the administration of Governor Haydon Burns,
Florida reached new heights in
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INCOME
NEW ROADS, HIGHWAYS, EXPRESSWAYS
ALL ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT ANY TAX INCREASE!
MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT
FOR FOUR YEARS OF
o FRIVEN PRORE3S
o EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP
e INTEGRITY IN GOVERNMENT
VOTE TO KEEP HAYDON BU IfS YOUR ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR
For Transportation to Polls In St. Joe and Surrounding
Area call 229-5172 -- In White City call 229-2410
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be available when you
need him, regardless of
the hour! And you can.
depend on him for all
your other health
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966
Girl Scouts Provide Their Own Program At Regular
Meeting Last Thursday At Home of Leader, Mrs. Faliski
Troop 125, Girl Scouts, held a Sutton, explaining the Great Seal
"Scouts Own" program Thursday of the United States. Drawing of
at the home of Mrs. Robert Falis- the Flag was shown by Phyllis
ki. Scouts Own is a special pro- Thomason and was explained.
gram in Girl Scouting based on the Episodes in the life of Juliet
ideals of Scouting, and making Low were used by Deborah Stevens
them more meaningful to the girls to demonstrate a few of the Girl
in their daily lives. It is a program Scout Laws. Imogene Robinson led
planned entirely by the girls, the troop in a relay game, based
Scouts Own programs may be de- on the Laws, with Pam Burch as-
veloped and grouped under four sisting.
headings: Girl Scout Laws and- Songs of Girl Scouting were sung
Promise, Nature, Creative Arts and the Scouts own closed with
and Citizenship. the lowering of the American Flag.
The Green Angel patrol planned
their Scouts Own program, using
the Girl Scout Laws and Promise
as the theme. The program started M enu
with a Flag ceremony, led by Freda
Sutton, Rosemary Faliski and Deb- Port St. Joe Elementary School
bie Stevens. The pledge of Alleg- Monday, May 2
lance, singing of the Star Spangled Chipped beef on rice, snap beans,
Banner and saying of the Girl lettuce and tomato salad, apple
Scout Promise followed. crisp, white bread and milk.
Angie Russ explained the sym- Tuesday, May 3
bol of the Girl Scout pin. Judy Meat loaf, mashed potatoes, tur
Schweikert explained the World nip greens, pear salad, corn bread
Association pin, followed by Freda butter and milk.
For fresh vision, new approach,
new vigor, vote for JOE
Public Service Commission
Group 2, (Dem. Primary)
(Pd. Political Advt.)
Wednesday, May 4
Ham and potatoes, pimento
cheese, buttered spinach, cherry
pie, white bread and milk.
Thursday, May 5
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, peanut butter and graham
crackers and milk.
Friday, May 6
Fish sticks, French fries, butter-
ed grits, mustard greens, fruit Jell-
o, corn bread, butter and milk.
Cookies and punch were served to
the 30 girls present. Leaders pres-
ent were Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mrs.
Roy Burch, Mrs. Bill Laird and
Mrs. Robert Faliski.
Mrs. Evie L. Smith
Honored On Birthday
Mrs. Evie L. Smith was honored
with a surprise dinner celebrating
her birthday recently. The dinner
was given by her son, C. H. Lem-
ieux and her daughter, Mrs. Elea-
Guests were Mrs. Smith's chil-
dren and her brother and sister.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. An-
gus Nichols and daughter, Doris of
Lynn Haven, Mr. and Mrs. George
Taylor of Vernon, Mr. and Mrs.
Aubrey Lovett and daughter, Ruth
and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jim
Lovett and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lem-
ieux and children, Larry, Janise
and Mitchell of Southport.
LOCAL MEN APPEAR IN
WSM OPERA STAR SPOT
Clio Adkison and Benton Hamm
spent last week in Nashville, Ten.
nessee where they appeared on
the WSM Opera Star Spotlight and
visited some of the Grand Ole
Opry stars. They also appeared on
Ernest Tubb's jamboree.
LOTA PALMER CIRCLE
The Lota Palmer Circle of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church met
Tuesday with Mrs. N. G. Martin
at her home at 1611 Palm Boule-
vard, with six members present
and one visitor, Mrs. Hazel Ferrell,
The call to prayer and scripture
taken from Isaiah 40:10 was given
by Mrs. Troy Parrish. Prayer was
led by Mrs. Martin.
After a brief business meeting,
Mrs. Martin presented a very in-
teresting program, "New Foreign-
Mission Fields" from the Royal
Service magazine. She was assisted
by all members present.
The closing prayer was given by
Mrs. Hazel Ferrell.
Refreshments were served by
ELEANOR HOWELL CIRCLE
The Eleanor Howell Circle of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church met
Tuesday, April 19 with Mrs. John
Core in her home at 808 Garrison
Four members and one visitor,
WMU president, Mrs. Joe Ferrell,
assembled for the meeting.
Mrs. John Core opened the
meeting by the call to prayer and
repeating of the watchword.
After the business of the Circle
was discussed, the program was
presented by program chairman,
Mrs. T. D. Hutchins.
The hostess served refreshments.
DOROTHY CLARK CIRCLE
Mrs. W. R. Ramsey was hostess
to the Dorothy Clark Circle of the
Long Avenue Baptist WMU when
they met Tuesday, April 19.
The meeting was opened with
the reading of the prayer calendar
and was followed with the mission-
ary program concerning new mis-
A short business session was held
and the meeting was concluded
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by Mrs. Ramsey to Mrs. George
McLawhon, Mrs. John McKenzie,
Mrs. James Yates and Mrs. Gene
EDNA HORTON CIRCLE
The Edna Horton Circle of the
Long Avenue WMS met Wednesday
morning of last week at the home
of Mrs. Raymond Hardy with four
members and one visitor -present.
The prayer calendar was given
by Mrs. Barney Early.
After a business session the pro-
gram was presented by Mrs.
George Holland with the topic of
"My Family: Witnessing to Each
Other". Those taking part were:
Mrs. Barney Early, Mrs. Harold
Raffield, Mrs. George Holland and
Mrs. Raymond Hardy.
The meeting was closed with a
prayer by Mrs. Barney Early.
Refreshments were served by the
Mrs. Jordan Hostess
To Methodist Circle
The Annie Stone Circle of the
First Methodist Church met in the
home of Mrs. W. L. Jordan April
18, with 11 members present.
The circle presented the circle
chairman, Mrs. Williams with a
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Mrs. Susie Chason. She
also brought the devotional, the
scripture coming from the 19th
chapter of Luke.
Mrs. Calla Parrott gave the pro-
gram, the subject being the City
Church. Mrs. Gladys Rawls and
Mrs. Mary Dean taking part.
The secretary's report was read
by the secretary, Mrs. Jessie Ow-
Mrs. Stella Farris, the treasurer,
being absent, Mrs. May Dean the
WSCS president, gave the treasur-
Pledges were paid and the social
services and penney fund were
taken. The coupons were taken for
the orphan's home.
The hostess served delicious co.
coanut cake and punch.
The meeting was closed with the
Visit With Hamms
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Hamm
Debra and Richard and Mr. anc
Mrs. L. A. Woodard, Jr., had their
family over the week end at Bea
con Hill Beach. Visiting were theih
parents of Chattahoochee, Mr. anc
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Norris of
Port St. Joe announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Sara, to SN. Robert W. McCloud
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
B. McCloud of Loudonville, Ohio.
Wedding plans will be announ-
rW'-" --F'iIWW- -
Cpl. James R. Todd
Cpl. James Todd
Captures Cong Flag
Lance Corporal James R. Todd
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Todd
and a graduate of Port St. Joe High
School in 1964, is presently sta-
tioned five miles South of Da Nang
in South Vietnam.
Cpl. Todd is an operator for 1st
Amphibious Tractor Battalion "B"
Company, 4th Platoon, United
States Marine Corps.
Cpl. Todd captured a Viet Cong
battle flag during a river blockade
of Christmas, 1965.
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Visiting In Tallahassee
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ford left
Tuesday to spend a week visiting
with relatives and friends in Talla-
hassee and Telogia.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this op-
portunity to thank each of our
friends for their prayers,'flowers
and visits during the death, of our
daughter, Kim Louise Waters.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Waters
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Newcomers to the City of Port
St. Joe during the past week in-
Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Lovett, 504
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lovett, 525
Dillar Henderson, 1302 Monu-
birth of a
Mrs. Billy Don Barlow,
Street, announce the
daughter, Vicki Lyn on
: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Levins, 106
- Hunter St., Oak Grove, announced
r the birth of a son Rodney, April
Mrs. L. A. Woodard, Sr., and their *
sisters, Mrs. Hansel Vause and fam- Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Davis,
ily, Mrs. Ernest Deason and family 301 Avenue E, announce the birth
all of Tallahassee and Mrs. Lavonia of a son, Trent Terell on April 21.
Hicks and family of Chattahoochee. *
Liddon, Jr., leaves for Army ba- All births occurred at the Port
sic training Sunday. St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
WITH A CHECKUP
AND A CHECK
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
A CHILD LOOKS TO THE FUTURE: Julle Alice Dillard, of
Santa Rosa, California, almost did not have a future. When' she
was two-and-a-half, Julie developed Wilm's Tumor, a cancer of the
kidney that most often strikes small children. It is frequently
fatal. But prompt surgery and radiation treatments saved Julie.
She is cured of cancer. Now, nine-and-a-half, she loves to swim,
ride, paint and play tether ball. Julie is one of over 1,400,000
Americans cured of cancer.
Beta Sigma Phi Will Observe 35th
Anniversary of Founding On April 29
The Port St. Joe chapters of Brown is serving as co-chairman c
Beta Sigma Phi will celebrate the the Founders' Day banquet. Th
35th anniversary of the organiza- toastmistress for the evening i
tion's founding, Friday, April 29, Mrs. Samme Dean. Other member
at 8:00 p.m. in the home of Mrs. who will have a part in the pre
Carol Rish. The two local chapters gram are Mrs. Virginia Cannoi
will join for this very special oc-
Thirty-five years ago, the first
chapter of the sorority was formed
in Abilene, Kansas. There are now
8,000 chapters and 185,000 mem-
bers in 15 countries.
In addition to the banquet tradi-
tional ceremonies will be observed.
Included in the program is "The
Girl of The Year Award". This
award is presented to one outstand-
ing member from each chapter.
Mrs. Wandis Scott, and Mrs. Jo
Mrs. Nicky Duggar, Mrs. Sara Pe
ers, Mrs. Margaret Biggs and Mr
Mrs. Elva Jones has been selec
ed for the honor of presenting
special message from the Intern
tional Headquarters in Kansas Cit
It will be the central event of tf
Mrs. Samme Dean, and Mrs. Shi
ley Daniels will also present the
president awards. Beta Buddy gif
will also be exchanged at th
Paid for by the Soett Kelly for Governor Campaign frna.
Students Receive Burns Scholarship
Three Gulf County students were notified made to receive the scholarships in Port St. Joe.
-this week that they had been chosen by the Hay- In the top, photo, Ford is shown presenting
don Burns Scholarship Committee to receive col- the notification of selection to Nancy Mclnnis of
lege aid grants from the committee. Port St. Joe High School. Looking on are Princi-
Money for the program is provided by the pal Wayne Saunders (left) and Burns organization
series of Governr's RBlls that were held thrnuah- treasurer, Roy Burch (right).
-out the state of Florida.
Tom Ford, manager of the Burns forces in
Gulf County said that the three students in Gulf
will each receive $333.00 to apply to their college
-tuition. The Burns committee has picked one
student from each of the County's high schools.
Pictured above and below are the choices
In the bottom photo, Ford presents the no-
tification to Katherine Williams of Washington
High School. Witnessing the presentation, are
left to right, Edwin G. Williams, principal of
Washington High; A. J. Spencer, Senior sponsor at
Washington High and Roy Burch, Burns organiza-
tion treasurer. -Star photos
held here. Blountstown-and Craw- Mathe natics September 1 through
fordville played in, the second August 9, 1967, at Louisiana State
game. Tomorrow, afternoon the University. This Institute is spon-
two winners will'meet to deter- scored by the National Science
mine- the recipient- of the. group Foundation to improve instruction
title. in secondary school mathematics.
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By MICHELE ANCHORS
Saturday night the Seniors will
be entertained by the juniors at
one of the biggest social events of
the school year, the Junior-Senior
Prom. The Senior's grand march
will begin at 8:00 p.m. and then
couples will dance until midnight
to the-music of the Villagers.
Wednesday afternoon the Sharks
met the Florida HIigh Demons in
the first game of the group base-
ball tournament which is being
Miss Sherry White has bftn de-
termined the winner of the local
Florida Power Essay Contest. She
was chosen by a panel of judges
made up of faculty members. Eli-
gibility in the contest, whose theme
was. "Community Development,"
was limited to high schoolseniors
who made a minimum score of 300
on the Florida Senior Placement
Test. Sherry will.receive a 25.00
U. S. Savings Bond and she is now
eligible to compete for a scholar-
Mrs, Jacque Price will attend, the
National Defense Education Act In-
stitute for secondary-school Span-
ish teachers June 13 through July
29 at Murray State College in Mur-
ray, Kentucky. Fifty participants
have been chosen to attend the
Institute from the South, South-
west and Midwest.
Mrs. W. O. Howard will attend
the Academic Year Institute in
The "Purple Wave" Talent Show
will be May 4. Talent will be local
students and judges will be mem-
bers of the faculty. Music will be
by the Individuals and the Epics.
For All-Star Team
David Macomber, 6 foot, 9 inch
center for Port St. Joe, was select-
ed by area coaches to represent
District 2 in the state high school
all-star basketball game August 6
Macomber averaged 23.9 points
per game and 19 rebounds an out-
ing for Port St. Joe's Sharks this
Jan Postma of Marianna was cho-
sen as the alternate by coaches rep-
resenting 18 schools.
READ THE CLASSIFIED
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"As Governor,I will move at once
to set up a system of state-supported
rising c ae ad faclites
in each community.,
Vote Scott Kelly Governor
Paid for by the Scott Kelly for Governor Campaign Fund
By Mrs. W. L. Fitzpatrick more good publicity and radiant
"Saddlin Seminoles" goodwill from so many, so far, for
The famous "Saddlin Seminoles" so little.
whose home base is Wewahitchka,
is now being backed, financially Any child, 18 or under, from Bay
and otherwise, by a newly organ- or Gulf Counties, who can arrange
ized Booster's Club. A Panama City to be present at the practice ses-
man, George Barfield, has been sions of the club may become a
elected its president, member. The rules are few: The
Other officers include: Mrs. John
Kramer, Port St. Joe Beach, vice-
president; Mrs. W. L. Fitzpatrick,
secretary and Mrs. Joanna Land,
treasurer, both from Wewahitchka.
The Saddlin' Seminoles, newly
established as a legal 'non-profit
organization, were the feature at-
traction at the opening of the
Northwest Florida State Fair held
in Orlando in February, and made
such a hit with the crowd that they
were invited to perform at the clos-
ing of the Fair. They have perform-
ed all over the State of Florida
and in many cities out of state.
Members of the club are made
up from Bay and Gulf Counties,
and have often entertained the
people in Bay County, especially
at Panama City Beach, in the sum-
mer when some of the youngsters,
as Indians, rob a miniature train,
and others as cowboys, chase away
the Indians. Everywhere the Sem-
inoles go, they are almost mobbed
by excited children.
This club was organized primar-
ily to give children in a small com-
munity with few cultural advant-
ages, an outlet for excess energy,
a clean educational form of recre-
ation. But it has grown by leaps
and bounds until it is a thing of
which both Bay and Gulf County
citizens may be proud.
No club has ever been able to in-
still in so many youngsters such
a sense of responsibility and fair
No Chamber of Commerce, any-
where, has been able to obtain
the first thing
for your old age
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Have a checkup every year.
And, between checkups, be
alert to Cancer's Seven Dan-
A lump or thickening in the
breast or elsewhere. ,
A sorethat does not heal
Change in bowel or
SHoarseness or cough.
'Indigestion or difficulty
Change in a wart or mole.
See your doctor immediately
if any danger signal lasts
longer than two weeks.
american cancer society
child must be willing to learn to
ride, and if they are old enough,
to have the complete care of their
horse. They must conduct them-
selves in such a manner as to re-
flect credit on the club and their
community. They are asked to help
earn the money needed by the
Seminoles, and they are urged to
attend church services of their
The group of riders has often
been used to earn money for any
worthy organization, and they still
are ready to do so. Their horse
shows have earned money for the
Cancer drive, for churches, etc.
What money they earn for them-
selves, and what is donated, goes
for costumes (35 were made last
December), for the huge van and
truck used to transport horses, its
insurance and gasoline expense,
and to help defray expenses for
food, etc. (as they travel) for any
child financially unable to pay
their own expenses. There are oth-
er expenses too numerous to men-
"We may not be able to reform
a child if it needs it, but we cer-
tainly do not condemn one", Sem-
inole adult members say, "We can
only offer good clean fun, excite
ment, and care to any who will ac-
Anyone desiring to help the Sem-
inoles, or to become a Booster is
asked to contact any one of the
officers. Members have been asked
to pledge a minimum of $36.00 a
year, or $3.00 a month. This
amount, or any amount, is deduct-
ible on income tax, but much more
important, it is an investment, an
investment in children! Is there a
At. the political rally,-in Wewa-
hitchka last Saturday, the children
in the Seminoles earned a total of
$26.54 from the sale of coffee, cup-
cakes and brownies. They will re-
peat the sale, along with cold
drinks, candy and pound cakes at
the rally in Port St. Joe this Satur-
day. They will be located beside the
West Florida Gas Company, and
everyone is urged to buy from the
youngsters. Stores will be visited
by the children, and orders will
be taken and delivered.
The office of Civil Defense, A.
P. Jackson, director, wishes to an-
nounce the completion of the sec-
ond N.R.A..basic small arms train-
ing course on Tuesday, April 26 at
the newly completed Gulf Rifle
Club Range on Highway 71 near
Port St. Joe. Those taking the
course were: Emmet DuBose, Joe
McLeod, M. L. Britt, T. F. Freeman,
James White, Rosemary Faliski,
Kayanna Bateman; Susette Bate-
man, Joe McLeod, Jr., Phil Mc-
Lead, Gary Hutchins, Robbie Free-
man, Kenneth Small, Pam Burch,
A number of interested specta-
tors were present for the last class
Tuesday night. Among the events
taking place were instruction and
firing in the standing position, a
review of test papers previously
completed, marksmanship contest,
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
awarding of prizes, and the presen-
tation of certificates showing com-
pletion of the course. Winners in
the marksmanship contest were:
first prize of $3.00 to Gregg Burch;
second prize of $2.00 to Rosemary
Faliski and third prize of $1.00 to
Gary Hutchins. The certificates
were presented by R. V. Buchert,
Chief Instructor. Certified instruc-
tors for the course were: Jack
Myers, Randy McClain, Bob Stebel,
Bob Faliski, Wayne Biggs and Dick
The course was well received
and valuable instruction in the safe
and efficient use of small arms
was given. The course was well
planned and carried out according
to regulations of the National Rifle
Association. Methods were simple
yet effective and the instructors
were patient and thorough, giving
individual attention to students and
emphasizing safety at all times.
This course will be given again
in the future.
A better way is to let the
expert mechanics here take it
out. We do all minor and ma-
jor mechanical work. Guar-
anteed to satisfy.
Highland View Gulf
Hwy. 98 W Phone 229-2987
701 Monument Avenue
"With schools in 15 counties
on the brink of being disaccredited,
we must move to correct this by
raising teachers' salaries
and reducing classroom load."
K Vote Scott Kelly Governor j
Paid for by the Scott Kelly for Governor Campaign Fund
PORT ST. JOE
Every Friday Nite
til 9:00 P.M.
Port St. Joe
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966
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
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. rhe spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
WE'LL VOTE FOR HAYDON BURNS
With election day coming next Tuesday we urge you to
do just as we are going to do vote for who you please!
Personally, we are going to vote for Haydon Burns for
Governor. doing just what we admonished you to do .
voting for who we please. And we'll tell you why we are
voting as we are.
First, we believe he has fulfilled all of his pledges to
the best of his ability and to the benefit of the state and the
local area. True, he didn't do some of the things we person-
ally wanted done, but he didn't promise to do these things
either. He has now promised to do some of our pet pro-
jects, and we believe past performance will see him bending
every effort to get the new promises accomplished.
For instance, in the last campaign, Governor Burns
refused to promise a raise in salary for school teachers .
we' believe he did this because he knew he couldn't produce.
Now he espouses a minimum wage of $5,000 per year for
Florida school teachers. We advocate this also. We think
Burns thinks he can produce, or he wouldn't make the state-
ment. It is a reasonable figure that is well within the finan-
cial reach of Florida. These "pie in the sky" promises are
not feasible, but we believe the figure of $5,000 figure is
feasible. This is one of the reasons we will vote for Burns.
We will vote for Burns because of his actions in securing
a workable reapportionment for the State Legislature. True,
some districts still need some arranging, but you can't argue
with the fact that an acceptable program has finally been
presented to the Federal Courts after 10 years of haggling.
Some argued with his methods some argued with
his timing but nevertheless, the job was accomplished.
We are also proud of. Florida's well-balanced economy
which showed a: 10.3 increase during the. first year Burns
was in office. Also to his credit are a sharp rise in sales and
use tax revenue, a record-breaking tourist business, a five-
year low in unemployment and a new high in industrial ex-
pansion. A good bit of this progress was due to innovations
and programs carried out by the Development Commission.
In short we will vote for Burns since we believe his
short term in office has been good for Florida. And, we will
vote for him because he has proven he will bend every effort
to make good on every promise and we like many of
the promises he has made.
ons u resent F u of the Internal Revenue Service,
L o C request identification from him. If C D
Th ith you still have doubt, contact the SHOP IN
I ll nearest Internal Revenue office as
soon as possible. PORT ST. JOE
By Rev. Bill Graham In the book of Acts, chapter 15,
Let us continue our consideration verse 14 and also chapter 18, verse T The Port St. Joe Lions Club will 3. Pony Class-Open. be an exhibition by the Saddlin Ev F
of the subject, "The ministry of 10, we learn that Christ is now hold its fourth annual Lions Club 4. Open Jumping-Knock Down Seminoles of Wewahitchka. Every iday Ni
Christ today both on earth andincalling out of the lost human race Horse Show on Saturday, May 7, and Out. til 9: PM
heaven."at Christ seek we shared the for Himself. Those who beginning at 7:00 p.m. This show 5. Western Pleasure-Jr. (No 9:P.
the right hant ith Father wai are called out by God will besaved ill be held on the football field spurs or tie downs) IS W earns
theg for that time when He will from their sins and Hell and from which has given excellent facilities, 6. Stake Race Open (Six IR SWllrn o F I Port St. Joe
g for that time awhena H w henceforth be Hs. for spectators and horsemen. stakes). T Retail Merchants
come again for His own. The proceeds from this show will 7 Flag Race-Open.
Today we shall examine the pur- The manner in which God accom- be used for the Lions Club in its 8 Western Pleasure-Sr.(No
pose of the rd here onthis earth lishes this outcalling of people primary project of sight conserva- JACKSONVILLE The public
pose of the Lord here on this earth. Himself is worthy. Clover Leaf Barrell Race-r. was cautioned this week by F. S. CLASSFIED ADS
examination. First we read in the The show will consist of 15 10. Clover Leaf Barrell Race-Sr. ISchmidt, Director of Internal Reve- Midget Investments with
Garbage P Bible the following truth "For af- events with a trophy and five rib- 11. Western Horsemanship-Op- nue in Florida, to beware of peo- Giant Returnsl
world by wisdom knew not God it bons presented for each event. In en. ple who may be impersonating tax
at lesed God by t foolishness of addition to the above, A High Point 12. English Pleasure-Open. collectors. He said that at this time
Mexico Beach, Beacon Hill, preachi to them h e-Trophy will be awarded to he 13. Arena Race-Jr. of the year it is not uncommon for FIRST BAPTIST C URCH
Sx Beh. "acn ilew t s th. horse and rider accumulating the 14. Arena Race-Sr. unscrupulous individuals to pose F ST B HnUKR n
St. Joe Beach, Highland View, this verse that there is some-ost point s 15. Pick Up Race-Open. as either revenue officers or reve- Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
White City, Ward Ridge. Oak thing to be preached (proclaimed) The entry fee will be $1.00 per Junior Riders, 13 and under. nue agents to extort money on
Soe, J oad a hin b 1 t ae or i class. There will be no general ad- Senior Riders 14 and over the pretense of satisfying unpaid
Grove, Jones Homestead and which God will use to make for His SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
own those who will believe it. mission as all spectators will be A concession stand will be open taxes.SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
Simmons Bayou. admitted free. during the show serving hot dogs, Mr. Schmidt emphasized that allMORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
What is this which we must be- EVENTS soft drinks, etc. bona fide employees of the Inter- TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
(Domestic, s cottages lieve to become one of God's peo- Listed below are the events to All horsemen are especially wel- nal Revenue Service assigned to EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
o u ple? Is it the Ten Commandments? be held: come to come and participate and collection, audit or intelligence re- PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( 7:30 P.M.
CAL. Lor the Sermon on the Mount? or -1. Halter Class Studs and all spectators are welcome to come iiii iii i
CALL the golden rule? Is it doing or be- Geldings. and enjoy a good evening's enter- tification credentials. "Come and Worship God With Us"
HUGHEY WILLIAMS ing religious? No! No! never, all 2. Halter Class--Mares and tainment.
these things are good and right Fillies. A feature event of the show will If you are approached by a per-
227-7866 for the people of God, but they will
or write Box 135 never make a person one of God's
Port St. Joe, Florida own.
The Apostle Paul makes it very
Slain, in Romans 1:16, just what it B SALE| BROAD
RE-ELECT is we must believe: "For I am not
ashamed of the gospel of Christ: :
WILLIAM ROEMER, Sr. for it is the power of God unto Sal- -
vation to everyone that believeth;
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of Christ, the apostles began to "
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hope that my service in office states, it is the- Gospel of Christ T T at great savings!
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 total. Billie Padgett posted a 185
game and 452 series. Ola Silva
picked up the 5-7 split.
'LADIES WINTER LEAGUE son. Lois Smith led Amison's with
Amison's team and 13 Mile Oys- a high 199 game and 488 series.
ter Co., each took two games. This Ann Whittle had a 178 game and
gave Amison's the first place title 448 series. Martha Ward led 13
with only one week left of the sea- Mile with her 170 game and 547
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -......... 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ....- 7:30
Jitney Jungle edged three games
and dropped one to Pate's Shell
Service. Evelyn Smith had a good
day with a 188 game, 489 series
and making three splits. She pick-
ed up the 3-10 split twice and the
5-10. Gail Hinote was high for
Pate's with a 397 series. Janice
Johnson made the 3-10 split.
Dixie Seafood won 3-1 over the
Whitfield Strikers. Mary Brown led
the winners with 185 game and
462 series. Mary Harrison led the
Strikers with a 440 total.
Tapper's Senators won 3-1 over
Beaman's Plumbing. Vivian Hardy
had a good 189 game and 466 ser-
ies. Loyce Beaman gave Beaman's
a high 194 game and 458 series.
Standings W L
E. L. Amison -------77 47
Jitney Jungle ------- 70% 53%
13. Mile Oyster ------- 69 54%'
Whitfield Strikers --- 61 63
Tapper's Senators --- 58 66
Dixie Seafood --_---- 54 70
Beaman Plumbing --- 53 71
Pate Shell Service --- 53 71
MEN'S SUMMER LEAGUE
Monday night on lanes 3 and 4,
Vitro (formerly Luie's Losers) went
further into first place when Vance
Rogers forfeited all four points to
them. Dick Morlock was high man
for Vitro with 629.
On lanes 5 and 6, Glidden took
three from the Bleach Plant. Tal
Preston was tops for Bleach Plant
with a 577 series and a game of
216. Glidden had Bill Anderson
high 'with a 662 series and a good
game of 257.
On lanes 7 and 8, Montgomery's
split with Sunshine Grocery each
winning two. Sunshine Grocery had
Wally Womble high with a 607
series and a 218 game. Robert
Montgomery had a 598 series and
a game of 233 for his team.
Standings W L
Vitro 14 2
Glidden 11 5
Sunshine Grocery ------ 9 7
Montgomery's ___----- 6 10
TO THE VOTERS OF
I am asking you people to let
me be your
DISTRICT NO. 4
to represent you and all of
Gulf County. I will be a full
time Comnnissioner and give
you an honest, efficient and
I'm qualified in building roads
and bridges and have been
with the City of Port St. Joe
for 18 years and know the
problems that come up before
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
WILL BE GIiEATLY
P. W. PETTY
You can't replace
Automation was a science fiction word 25 years ago. Yet
Broward Williams' experience in that field was responsible for
his first assignment when he went to work in the State
Treasurer's office. As a representative of a national business
machine company, he had helped many banks convert from'
a pen and ink bookkeeping system to machines. His first job
with the State Treasurer's office was to systematize the
bookkeeping procedures there. During his 24 years with the State
Treasurer's office he has dealt with the many phases of
banking, finance and insurance that are a responsibility of your
S State Treasurer. In the time he has served as State Treasurer,
his experience has made it possible to effect an orderly,
smooth changeover, along with the institution of many
entirely new programs. Broward Williams has a
thorough knowledge of state government, .
experience in all phases of the insurance
industry and proven ability to administer I
This vitally important Cabinet post.
Political Adertisement Paid For by Fred N. Lowry,Treas.
Stwea e f
M W-111 ~b'
V. Rogers 6
Bleach Plant ___------ 2
St. Joe Bowling Association
their city tournament these
two week ends and here's th
sults of the event.
First place team: St. Joseph
phone &Telegraph, 3034.
High Game: Joel Barbee, 2
High Series: Bill Ake, 686.
First place doubles: Bill Ak
Jim Glover, 1209.
Second place doubles: Troy
and Virgil Daniels, 1202.
First place singles: Bill A
Second place singles: Bill
First place all events: Jim
Second place all events:
In Social Securit
The Social Security Amendi
of 1965 included several ch
in the disability provisions, ac
ing to John V. Carey, Social S
ity District Manager in Pa
City. Of greatest importance i
change in requirements.
Under the old law disability
ments were made only to a p
having a permanent disability
which was expected to contain
a long and indefinite time or
in death. "Beginning with Se
ber 1965," Carey explained,
ments may be possible if th
ability is expected to last 12
dar months. This means that
verely disabled person who
pected to recover and retu
work may qualify for payn
Another change allows a p
age 65 receiving any other
Security benefit to change to
ability benefits if he later bec
disabled and meets the rec
ments based on his own work.
may be done only if the disa
benefit is larger than the an
he was receiving. Before the
law, this could not be done.
Anyone qualifying for bot
cial Security disability pay]
and workmen's compensation
fits after. June 1, 1965, may b
fected by the new law. "Howe
Carey said, "this will involve
a small percentage of cases."
Except for some cases invo
blindness before age 31, their
been no change in the amou
work needed to qualify for di
ity payments. For more inform
about the new Social Securit
ability provisions contact th
cial Security office. The Soci
curity Office for this area
cated at 1135 Harrison Av
Panama City, (telephone 763-5
The office is open Monday thr
Friday (except national hol
from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
on Saturday from 8:00 a.m.
'Sound fiscal policies have been
essential to keep Florida growing
end our State economy healthy.
Continuing my work as Comptrol-
lerof Florida, I pledge to maintain
these sound and conservative
Comptroller of Florida
THE RIGHT MAN
IN THE RIGHT OB
Paid for by the DTIinson fa Compltitrl
of Florida Campaign Fund.
10 iP rese s da Wingate, Phyllis Wingate, Nan-
Kindergartenintel Rudd, Cindy Wil-
e liams and Sheila Gliem.
held T Mrs. Charles Browne and Miss
past The W izard of Oz Elizabeth Browne are the directors.
The sets were designed and con-
le re- Mary Margaret Bray as Dorothy Schemmer, Dillon Smith, Tim Tay. structed by Mrs. Nancy Howell.
finds herself in the Land of Oz, in lor and Preston Prevatt.
STel- the Happyland Kindergarten's in- In the Emerald City they meet: Admission price will be 50c and
terpretation of "The Wizard of Oz" Marian Murdock, Vicki Land, Wan. 25e.
Z54. tomorrow night at the High School
Auditorium. The Frank L. Baum
e and classic will begin at 8:00 p.m.
Gay Vicki Land is cast as Aunt Em,
Tim Taylor as Uncle Henry, Allen A
Lowery as Toto, Bobby Costin as
nder-the Scarecrow, Donnie McLawhon
whit- as the Tin Woodman, Mano White- L H ast
Head as the Cowardly Lion, Tammy
Raffield as the Good Witch of the
Glo- North and Wanda Wingate as the
Wicked Witch of the West. Pres-
Herb ton Prevatt has the role of the
Wizard of Oz.
On Uncle Henry's Kansas farm
we meet the Chickens: Jan Lea- Did you know that your house
les vins, Beverly Beard, Yvonne Guil- can be fully air conditioned-
ford and Janice Jones. Whisked off every room comfortably cool
y to the Land of Oz by a Kansas cy- all summer long-just by add-
clone, Dorothy and her little dog ing one American-Standard
ments Toto are at a loss as how to get cooling unit? No need to settle
anges back home. While searching for for half-way comfort, and no
ccord- a way to return to Kansas she is need to spend all the money it
Secur- joined by her friends the Scare- ini, dsi. o.. would take to do the job with
inama crow and the Crows in his corn- individualroomunits.
is the field: Bobby Montgomery, Gregg
Ingram, Tim Holland, Bernie Prid-
geon and David Lawrence.
y pay- In the Tin Woodman's forest she MERICAN- & v0 i 1d;
erson meets the Dinosaurs: Jeff Little, "ADD ON" AI CONDIONER
-one Kirk Abrams, Mark Kilbourn and "ADDON AAIRCONDITIONER
ue for Mike Brown. In the Cowardly Lions Uses your present furnace blower and air ducts
result jungle she comes up on the Hula
ptem- Girls: Candi Prevatt, Kim Thurs- Compact, space-saving design Dependable performance!
"pay- bay, Paula Tankersley, Dawana Ja- -easily, quickly installed 100% Hermetically sealed
e dis- cobs and Tina Johnson. Economical sizes for small, cooling circuit covered by
alen-medium and large homes liberal 5 Year Protection Plan
a se- Eventually, after many adven- FREE ESTIMATE! EASY TERMS CALL TODAY
a se- tures, they find themselves in the
n ex- fabulous Land of Oz, where the Automatic Heating & Cooling Inc.
n Munchkins live. They are: Gregg
ments Chason, Charles Kilbourn, Eddie 512 Mulberry Panama City, Fla. Phone 785-0555
Johnson, Randy Wright, Jeff An-
erson drews, Charles Costin, G 1 e n n
o dis- --S
MEANS PROGRESS FOR GULF and
CARL R. GR AY
Has the ability, experience, and wish to rep-
resent all the peoples of his District.
---VOTE FOR PROGRESS -
C A R R. GR A Y
CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE
Group 2 Bay and Gulf Counties
" check list for efficient, economical air conditioning
FILTERS Clogged filters make unit work harder and cause higher operating costs.
Normal home use requires cleaning or replacement
at least twice each cooling season.
DOOR SECTION Keep clear of plants or other obstructions. Anything that interferes
with air-flow makes unit work harder and increases operating costs.
INDOOR GRILL Keep clear of furniture or drapes. Anything that interferes
with delivery or return of air will not allow unit to cool properly.
VENTILATION An attic that is not properly ventilated becomes a heat trap-attic
temperatures can go up to 150* in our Florida sun. Ventilate and you'll
decrease heat gain through the ceiling and the amount of cooling you need.
INSULATION A properly insulated home results in lower operating cost. Tests show
that up to 50% less residential cooling is needed when
you have adequate insulation.
PAINT COLOR Dark-colored walls absorb more heat than light colors.
Light colors save cooling costs.
SUN SCREENS Large picture windows and sliding glass doors on the east or west side
admit heat and cause unit to work more. A sun screen may be advisable.
Awnings help, too.
SHADE Trees that shade your home are like money in the bank.
Wide roof-eaves shade the walls and reduce cooling costs.
WAY FOR THE DAY Tum fan-switch to nto" for best ahumdity-conttol
While you're away and for comfort when you return.
AWAY WEEKENDS Rase thermostat setting about 5 with
"auto" fan setting for additional economy.
FLORIDA POWER ur)Hk.'ONATION
YM5W rT-PAV WJ WVr..OWMNMD MMr C @oApAW
check your air conditioning...
Now you'll get prompt service on whatever needs to be
done... and on improvements you decide to make.
You'll avoid the rush if you turn on your air conditioning
now... and check. Is every room as cool as you like it?
Need new filters? Repairs? Maybe it's time for a new unit
Or a whole new system.
Have you asked about heat pumps... for automata
' And if.you do not yet enjoy the blessings of
air-conditioning, now is the time to install it.
Because many dealers and contractors offer off-season
inducements. Many offer attractive easy terms.
Before you know it, summer weather will arrive. For the
sake of your own cool comfort, for the sake of economy,
Sdo something about your air conditioning now!
PORT ST. JOE
Every Friday Nite
til 9:00 P.M.
Port St. Joe
Gardening In Florida...
If your gardening antics vex the Ibanishing stumps from the yard.
neighbors into doing a "slow burn", First, survey the vestige of the
|pu have the aptitude to rid your tree and approach it from its weak-
lot of unwanetd stumps. est side. That is ,try to select the
.Slow burning is an ideal way of side with the fewest main roots.
NEW YORK (CFN)-Just about the handiest item you can
have in your kitchen is a bottle of bright ruby colored Grenadine
syrup. It fits into scores of recipes-including drinks, desserts,
x meat and poultry dishes. o
Grenadine syrup adds a festive GRAPEFRUIT SUPREME
note even to.ordinary dishes, giv- Section and pit halved grapefruit
ing them a delicate and subtle with sharp knife. Pour one table-
flavor. Here are two recipes to spoon .of Grenadine syrup over
start with-both of them particu- each half. The sweetness of the
larly timely, syrup blended with the tartness of
h fara (nfit ake a de rlicious
GLAZED PINEAPPLE HAM
8-10 pound ham
% cup Grenadine syrup
:V2 cup pineapple syrup
canned sliced pineapple
Score fat in diamonds and stud
with cloves. As ham bakes (320)
baste regularly with combined
Grenadine syrup and pineapple
juice. When almost done, dip sliced
pineapple in remaining syrup and
heat with ham. Serves twelve.
first course...the grapefruit will
take on a beautiful pink color.
Giroux Grenadine syrup is
made only from fresh fruits. No
synthetic additives. It-is inexpen-
sive, and economical to-use.
A recipe booklet called "Recipe
Magic" contains many delectable
dishes and is available free. Just
put your name on a postcard
and address Grenadine, 2600 At-
lantic Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y.
11207. Just write on it two words
Next, start digging a hole toward or let nature rot it out. a constant mist head attached to a
"China" along the side of the CHORES garden hose.
stump. Renew the mulch around woody Some of the gladiolus plants will
If the contour of the root system ornamentals. Mulches are impor- soon be through blooming. A sure
won't fit the spade or hoe, then tant on sandy soils because the de- sign is when the plant tips begin
use water pressure rom a hoseto saying materias add grow-powerto yellow and die back. As soon as
placer-mine the stubborn dirt from to soil. Mulches also conserve soil
the tight spots among the roots. i moisture, discourage weeds, keepthis happens, dig the bulbs and
the tight spots among the roots. If th e's icor g .e prepare them for storage. New
necessary, chop away the roots the soiloler an e plant roots rms grow on top of old ones, so
tha prevent making a hole at leashappy. Often mulches prevent ex- break off and throw away the old
18 inches deep cessive build-up of worm-like nem- diseased corms and store only the
atodes that prey on plant roots, healthy ones.
If the stump does not have a Also, mulching allows you to add
tap root, you can use the "long value to your garden rather than
squirt" setting of the garden hose to the heap for the trash truck.
to drill a draft hole underneath It is time to root azalea and hi- NOTES FROM THE
the stump to the opposite side of biscus cuttings. Tin cuttings-
the fire hole. about three or four inches long- LIBRARY
Next, keep a small ,hot, smoke- of half-ripened wood give best re-
less, smoldering fire in the bottom sults. The standard method of
of the stump hole. For faster re- propagation is to place cuttings GULF COUNTY
suits keep the fire coals crunched with four or five leaves on them
in sand at an angle so leaves are
in contact with the sand surface.
Don't annoy the neighborhood Keep the sand moist and covered RUN ME A RIVER
with a smoke screen, unless you with cheesecloth to keep the air by Janice Holt Giles
are seeking revenge from ama- around the leaves moist. The river is the Green River in
teurs who odor up the block with To save the chore of daily tend- Kentucky and the time is during
a mixture of starter fuel, charcoal ing and watering the cuttings, use the Civil War. The situation there
and burned steaks.
The smoke from the stump pit
should be so hazy that it will not
attract the eye of the revenue of-
ficer. If your fire insists belching
forth smoke, consider .delaying the
operation until after vacationing
with those who make "mountain
Aside from learning from the
mountain men the technique of us-
ing dry oak for smokeless fires,
you might get the spirit of the pro-
ject by imagining that the stump
represents certain friends and you
are giving them a week-long hot-
Some gardeners who lack initia-
tive, get to the mountains with
the spirit and forget about the
stump. If this may be your case,
you might consider hiding your lo-
cal failings by planting tall-grow-
ing annuals like marigolds or zin-
Other methods of stump eradica-
tion include letting carpenter ants
chomp the wood to bits, hiring a
professional to extract the eyesore,
In loving memory of my papa,
Henry A. Rogers, who went'to hea-
ven only two years ago, on April
30, 1964. I remember so many lov-
ing and wonderful things about
him, the wonderful hours of stay-
ing by his bedside, and the songs
we sang together, the long talks,
ithe Bible stories and just being
with him. I remember the many
i times, that I would get hurt and
come crying to my papa's bedside,
and he would say, "Brenda, see the
wonderful man Christ in the pic-
ture on the wall, He will make it
well. I remember that beautiful
picture so well, on the wall above
my papa's head.
I know that my papa went to
heaven, and when I die I am going
there too. Because he knows that
I am coming. I know that my papa
and God are having a wonderful
time right now, and I thank God
for giving me a wonderful papa for
four beautiful years. Thank you
Jesus again for my papa.
all my love for ever,
BRENDA SUE ROGERS
at nat time is reminiscent or a
problem of today. Mrs. Giles' main
character wanted no part of war,
he hurriedly departed in his boat.
On his way down the stream he
picked up passengers: among them
an individualistic old Shakespear-
ean actor, another, a charming 16-
year-old girl. Bahannon Cart-
wright's problem excites our cur-
iosity. How did he deal with his
reluctance to fight? What happen-
ed to the girl?
THOSE WHO LOVE
by Irving Stone
Those who love, loved each other
and our country: Abigail and John
Adams, our second president. At
that time in our country's history
it was difficult to be a patriotic,
faithful leader; it was a hard life
economically as well. Abigail, one
of the outstanding wives of our
preisdents, used her talents and
ambitions to uphold her husband in
his demanding career.
OUR HEARTS WERE
YOUNG AND GAY
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966
Advanced Cancer Research
CHROMOSOME RESEARCH, one of the newest areas of medicine
furthered by intensive investigation at the Cancer Research Insti-
tute, New England Deaconess Hospital, may lead to a better under.
standing of cancer and cancer therapy,
Minute units of DNA, carrying the genes that 'determine our
heredity, make up each of the 46 chromosomes contained in every
cell of the human body. Using a microscope equipped with a special
camera, Mrs. Wilma Merrill, research assistant at the Cancer Re-
search Institute, photographs some chromosomes (see insert).
These photographs are then enlarged for detailed study pertaining
to radiation effects on normal and cancer cells.
by Cornelia Otis Skinner
and Emily Kimbrough
A delightful piece of non-fiction,
this book by two .delightful authors.
They went abroad together in the
period of the twenties when they
were not quite in their twenties.
They were young and foolish, they
laughed and cried at everything,
and with their wit and humor we
are carried along on their trip.
Visit in New York
Mr. and Mrs. George Montgom-
ery and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wil-
liams have returned home after
visiting in Goshen, N. Y., with their
son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Montgomery.
Visitor from Pensacola
J. C. Laney of Pensacola visited
last week end with Mr. and Mrs.
H. T. Brinson.
-, *6 ," r -
*L ~:- in'
KEEP A STATE
IN THE LEGISLATURE FROM BAY AND GULF COUNTIES
Has Provided Positive Leadership in The State Legislature for 6 Years.
Read what capitol observers have said about his services in 1961, 1963 and
Panama City News-Herald, Sunday, November 21, 1965: "Receiving Allen Morris awards for pub-
lic service in Jacksonville last week are State Representative Julian Bennett, of Panama City,
State Representative Richard Pettigrew of Miami and State Representative Robert Williams of
Graceville, State Comptroller, Broward Williams made the presentation. House colleagues voted
Bennett the 'Most Effective Flaw Finder of the 1965 Legislative Session' "
Associated Press-"The 1961 Legislature produced three newcomers in the Senate and four in
the House to whom, most observers agree, the label 'a comer' properly can be applied. The House
first-year men who attracted the most attention from outsiders were: Representatives Jerry Thom-
as of Palm Beach County, Carey Matthews of Dade, Julian Bennett of Bay, and Robert Williams
of Jackson. Matthews and Bennett were particularly effective in floor debate."
Panama City Herald, Thursday, April 9, 1964: ";he Panama City Junior Chamber of Commerce
made excellent selections this year in naming Charlie Bond to receive its 'Outstanding Young
Man' award, and Julian Bennett for the 'Good Government' award presentation. It is not the
first time that Bennett has been honored by the Jaycees at both local and state levels. The
Panama City club picked him as 'Outstanding Young Man' in 1957, and earlier this year, the
state organization named him as one of Florida's 'Five Outstanding Young Men'. He was first
elected to the Florida Legislature in 1960 and became the only freshman legislator to be ap-
pointed to any interim committee. In 1963, Bennett was selected by his colleagues in the House
of Representatives as the 'Most Effective House Member in Debate on the Floor in the Session'.
United Press International-"Florida newsmen who covered the 1965 legislative session have
cast their votes for the Most Valuable Legislator awards for 1965. In all. 65 votes were cast. The
biennial awards, sponsored by the St. Petersburg Times at the end of each legislative session, are
given on the basis of outstanding service to all of Florida, rather than only the confines of his own
district or section, and on personal and public integrity. In the House, State Representative
Ralph Turlington of Gainesville was the winner. Runners-up were Robert Mann of Hillsborough,
George Stone of Escambia County and Julian Bennett of Panama City."
Allen Morris, noted author and originator of the Allen Morris Polls and author of a state-wide
newspaper column: "The Legislative interests of Representative Julian Bennett of Bay County
are many and varied, and span the entire range of state governmental activity and responsibility.
A hard-working Legislator, he has gained the respect of his colleagues for his thoroughness in
studying legislation being considered by the House, and for his well-prepared presentations
during floor debate. He has taken an active part in the consideration of almost every major piece
of legislation which came before the 1965 regular session of the Florida Legislature. His
effectiveness in debate and his sincerity of purpose earned for him the distinction as one of the
outstanding members of the session. His colleagues voted him "Most Effective in Debate" in the
Allen Morris Poll for the 1963 session, and 'Most Effective Flaw Finder' for the 1965 session."
RE-ELECT JULIAN BENNETT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES GROUP II, BAY and GULF COUNTIES
Watch Julian Bennett on
WJHG-TV SATURDAY NIGHT 6:20 P.M., CST
Pd. Poli. Adv. Authorized and Paid For by Raymond L. Williams, Campaign Treasurer.
322 MONUMENT AVENUE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
YOU'RE AHEAD IN A FORD ALL THE WAY!
St. Joe Motor Company
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966
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Schools Get $49,839.00 From State
TALLAHASSEE State Comp-
troller Fred O, Dickinson, Jr., this
week announced the April distri-
bution of 18,154,584 to Florida's
The minimum foundation fund
and sales tax money is for instruc-
tional salaries, transportation and
other current expenses in grades
kindergarten through 12.
Minimum foundation f u n d s
amounted to $15,798,049, while
sales tax monies contributed $2,-
356,535 of the total distribution.
In the allocation of monies, Gulf
county received $49,839.00.
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
R Ravaged Resou
"I will halt pollution of o0
dredging up of bay boi
and the flagrant sale of s
to private conmpani
Vote Scott Kelly Governo
Paid for by the Scott Kelly for Governor Campaign
Have You Asked Y
Why should you travel extra miles and use uI
extra hours to shop out of town?,
ANSWER: You Shouldn't! You can save time,
gas and trouble by shopping right here in your
hometown stores. Furthermore, modern distribu-
tion brings the newest merchandise here as fast as
anywhere and lower overhead costs than in larger
places helps keep prices DOWN.
HOW can this community grow and prosper,
provide career opportunities for our young people,
unless hometown folks spend most of their money
here at home?
ANSWER: It can't! Dollars spent away are gone
forever. Dollars spent here .stimulate local trade
activity, finance business expansion and increase
Where is the money coming from to maintain
and improve our schools, civic services, our churches
hospital, and other community facilities?
ANSWER: Much of it must come from taxes paid
and contributions made by our local business peo-
ple. Part of every dollar you spend helps build a
better community for you.
Cancer Drive Is Nearing Goal With
Some Activity Still Under Way This Week
Rev. Henry Hoyt, publicity chair- day at the High School to raise
man for the Cancer Drive in Gulf funds for the drive. A basketball
County, announced this week that game will be played between the
the goal of the Gulf County Chap- graduating cagers and the remain-
ter is nearing completion, with ing varsity squad. All proceeds will
most of the planned canvassing go to the cancer fund.
The drive has reached the two-
thirds mark with the house to
house canvass in Port St. Joe com-
pleted. House to house canvassing
in Wewahitchka is still underway.
Canvass of business and industry
in the county is still incomplete.
This phase of the program is un-
der the direction of B. Roy Gibson,
Those who were not at home dur-
ing the house to house canvass are
requested to mail their contribu-
tions to Mrs. Paul Fensom, chair-
man or Cecil Curry, Gulf County
A special event will be held to-
Sharks Take First
Game In Area
The Port St. Joe Sharks won
their first round play yesterday af-
ternoon in the Group II baseball
tournament by taking a 2-1 deci-
sion over Florida High of Tallahas-
TOO LATE TO
By RUSSELL KAY
Considering the numerous anti-
American demonstrations, the draft
card and flag burnings, irresponsi-
bles rioting, disrespect for law and
order evidenced by student groups
and others it is refreshing and
most gratifying to witness a genu-
ine pro-American demonstration
for a change.
In Tampa recently several thou-
sand students staged a pro-Ameri-
can rally at Chamberlain High
School. The rally was organized by
a group of teenagers in the West
Coast area who feel that too much
emphasis has been placed on the
demonstrations of irresponsible
The movement organized by Jim
Shepard, Chamberlin student, is
termed "The Youth For America
Movement", designed to. demon-
strate to the world that today's
youth does care about America and
to reassure the nation that the bulk
Johnny Richter was the winning of our teenagers are aware o
pitcher for the Sharks. Freshman responsibilities as citizens a
Donald Capps scored both of the dicated to the principles
Shark runs. He was knocked in by which their country was fou
Andy Trammell and Johnny Rich- In addition to a large
ter to give the Sharks their scoring group, hundreds of your
margin, came from Lakeland and
The Sharks will play the winner areas where "Youth for An
of the Crawfordville-Blountstown projects are underway.
contest, played yesterday afternoon The rally was organized, p
on Friday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. to and sponsored by the st
decide the Group II championship. themselves, it attracted the
Coach Andy Portera says that val and support of many adu
Donald Capps will probably pitch brought messages of commer
for the Sharks tomorrow. from Gov. Haydon Burns
Spessard Holland and Repr
tive Sam Gibbons.
SIt was an enthusiastic crow
witnessed the hour long pi
of patriotic speeches, parac
skits. It was purposely held
25th anniversary of the est
ment of MacDill Air Fores~
refiT S: Tampa and speakers present
clamations honoring the st
for their worthwhile moveme
U Tr riv s, MacDill on its 25th anniver
urr versp9 The Chamberlain Band
tto;s, team of cheer leaders liven
m the affair while a MacDill
tate land guard and drill team partic
and were reviewed by Brig
es.9 Frank J. Collins.
The youngsters adopted t
gan, "Yes, I am proud to
r American" and it was hear
S ing to hear it yelled aloud b:
Fund -- sands of enthusiastic your
who cheered and sang throu
It was a far cry from th
riots, draft card burning,
ourstelf baiting, and mob violence th
been staged in other area
gave impressive evidence th
IS bulk of American youth is a
Is? cerned over such activities
adults and all right-thinking
It is the hope of those w
ganized the movement that
trigger similar activity in
communities. It certainly wo
press, radio and TV woulc
the effort the same coverage
publicity they have given the
dy street fights, looting anc
(YOUR PARTNER IN BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY)
TODAY and FRIDAY
All Family Double Featu
HIT NO. 1
"TICO and the SHARE
A "Flipper-like" film,
the honest sentiment of
HIT NO. 2
"7 SLAVES AGAINST
2 Color Hits
\ Both Family Color Film
Nancy Kwan in
Tony Randall and Bart
Eden, the star of TV's
"THE BRASS BOTTLE
Ann Margret and
Louis Jourdan in
"MADE IN PARIS"
A Color Comedy
Jaycees to Sell Fish
Dinners At Rally
The Port St. Joe Jaycees will
prepare a fish dinner for sale, of
course, at the Democratic Rally
to be held in Port St. Joe Sat-
urday afternoon. The fish dinner
will be served at the corner of
Fifth Street and Reid Avenue,
the site of the rally.
Tickets for the fish dinner are
$1.00 each and may be purchas-
ed from any Jaycee or may be
purchased at the rally.
burnings that have occurred else-
The Associated Press, Time,
Newsweek, Life, NBC, CBS and
ABC might find reporting fully this
refreshing movement and com-
mending it as very much worth-
while for other communities, but
since this rally lacked the bloody
heads, burned automobiles, wild
rampant disrespect for America
and all that it stands for, will rule
it too tame and uninteresting to
appeal to their readers and listen-
ers. Personally I think most Amer-
icans today would welcome such
Visit In Tallahassee To Attend Convention
Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Thames
Mrs. A. E. Joines, Sr., and daugh- will leave today for Mimi Beach
will leave today for Miami Beach
ter, Jae Freida spent three days to attend the annual Veterans' Ser-
last week in Tallahassee visiting vice Officer convention. They will
with Mrs. A. E. Joines, Jr. return May 8. .
Mothers Day Specials
BEGONIAS --_----__- Bronze or Green Leaf
LARGE GERANIUMS (In Bloom)
GLOXINIAS (In Bloom)
COLEUS (3" Peat Moss) 10c
Come Visit With Us and Look At Our New Green
House You Don't Have To Buy
and GREEN HOUSES
1017 Woodward Ave.
Port St. Joe
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on FOR RENT: Large 2 bedroom WANTED: Women bowlers for
banned two lots at St. Joe Beach. $6500 downstairs furnished apartment. Thursday night league starting
Available May 6. Phone 227-4261 May 5. For information call 229-
tudents Phone 648-4391. or 648-4600. tfc-4-28 3781. 2t
appro- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Den, FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished GRASS CUTTING: Beacon Hill, St.
its and 2 baths, \ ting. At St. Joe ar.~tment. 1505B Monument Joe Beach and Mexico Beach
idation Beach. Phone 648-4342. Furnished __. For cole only. Phone areas. Call 648-4224. Itp.
,Sen. or unfurnished. tfc-3-10 229-1141. tfc-4-14 SPARE TIME INCOME
esenta- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home in Refilling and collecting money
nice neighborhood on two corner FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Refilling and collecting money
d that lots. 1700 sq. ft. living area. 3 bed- attractively furnished a part- from NEW TYPE high quality coin.
droram rooms, dining room, living room, ments. Cool in summer, warm in operated dispensers in this area.
rogramkitchen with eating area range winter. Gas heat, window fans. No selling. To qualify you must
le andhood, garbage disposal, family They have to be seen to be apprec- have car, references, $600to $1900
on the room with lge. old brick fireplace iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK- cash. Seven to twelve hours week-
tablish-and indoor barbecue, 1 tile baths, ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi- ly can net excellent monthly in--
tab ish- andl natural gas heat. 2 -tle ba co iuhge A'-.rt;T-:; and Trailer come. More full time. For personal
__r st_, Harris bonheat. ),"-.3 i tfc-2-24 interview write P. O. BOX 10573,
ed pro- Harris bonL.- DALLAS, TEXAS 75207. Include
ed pro- floors. FHA financingavail., 000
students cash and $112.00 per.io. MayDe FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- phone number.
nt and seen by appointment. Call 227- ed house on 8th Street. Phone VERY PROFITABLE
sary 5251 between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00 227-8806. tfc-2-24 Earn up to $10.00 per hour in
scary. Earn up to $10.00 per hour in
and a p.m. tfc-3-24 yD FOR RENT: Unfurnished large yr re time: rviceand col-
ned up FOR SALE nice 2 bedroom house. Fenced lect from your own route of col6
s.hool. operated units. No selling; we es-
Scolor New, three bedroom, two bath, back yard, convenient to schoo tablish all routes; ar and refer-
brici home. $400 will cover allPhone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfences desirable. Investment of
cipated closing costs and down payment.estment
. G.en. Balance like rent on FHA loan. FOR SALE: 5 ton GE commercial $985.00 to $1,785.00 required. For
Two bedroom cottage on 1% air conditioner. For information personal interview in your area,
he slo- front lots at St. Joe Beach. This is call 229-3611. tc-4-28 ite Kinneapolis, Minn. 55421. In-39th Ave.
anN. E., Minneapolis, Mnn. 55421. In-
be an an excellent buy at $6,000. FOR SALE: 14 foot Hauser ply- elude phone number.
Duplex apartment on front lot wood boat with 22 hp. Mercury
twarm- at St. Joe Beach. Priced at only mood o w ith exa h whee gs y TAKE UP PAYMENTS on very
y thou- $4,500. EZ trailer. All in good condition. nice 57x10 Melody Home, 3 bed-
gsters A ice two bedroom home onRalph Macomber, 1003 Marvin Ave room, 1 baths. No equity. Phone
ughout twolots at St. Joe Beach. This nue. Phone 227-7001. 2tp-4-28 229-4991. tfc-2-24
would make a nice home or an
ideal beach cottage. House is in FOR SALE: Clinton chain saw. HELP WANTED: Male or female,
e wild excellent condition. Only $4,800. Long blade. $60.$00. 211 E. Hi- Would like to hear from depend-
police FRANK HANNON way 98, Highland View. tc able person with car regarding op-
at has Registe Rea Estat Broker R AL ing AKC portunity to supplyconsumers
at has 221 Reid Ave. tfc Ph. 227-3491 istered puppies. 211 E. Hiway 98 wiCounty or Port St. Joe. Fucor in Gulfor-
as and ihan iwtCounty or Port St. Joe. For infor-
at the FOR SALE: 2 cottages at St. Joe at hlnd View. tcmation see S. B. Newton, 14141/
s c Beach. Call 648-4364 after 5:00'FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Special. In Everett, Panama City, or write
s con- p.m. tfc-3-3 good condition. $175.00. Contact Rawleigh FA C 100 518, Memphis,
as arer- F SA i r G. L. Sullivan 229-4141 after 5 p.m. Tenn. t-4-21
Amer- FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom home 227- 0 t tfp-4-28.
on corner lot in nice neighbor- 227-2081, 8:00 to 5:00 tfc-4-28IF DR. SAYS ULCERS, get new
hood, wall to wall carpet in living LOST: Downtown. Bifocal, black Ph5 tablets. Fast as liquids. On-
'ho or- room, den and hall. Two carports rim glasses. Phone 229-4421, St. ly 98c at CAMPBELL DRUGS. 5-26
it will and utility rooms. Pay part of Joe Pure Station. GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
other equity and take up existing loan.
would if Phone 227-8021, 301 15th Street, FOR SALE: Great Lakes 10'x50' altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
after 5:00 p.m. 2 bedroom mobile home. Fur- Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
d give nished. Pay owner $100.00 equity trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
ge and FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on and take up payments of $50.00 see Red Carter, St. Jse Beach.
e bloo- 2 lots at White City. Carport, per month. B. W. Wilder, Phone CARPET CLEANING on location
card utility house and 20x21 shop build- 229-2801. 3tp-4-21 or free pick-up and delivery.
d card ing. Call 229-4964. tfc-3-17
iFOR SALE: Good, used television Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 9094
-- FOR SALE: 1961 Valiant, radio, sets. Good assortment. St. Joe Kraft Ave., Panama City or call
heater, good tires, good condi- Radio and T VCompany, 228 Reid PO 3-7824. tfc-4-2?
tion. Call 229-2776 or 227-3161. Ave., Phone 227-4081. 12-16tfc KITCHEN CABINETS: Step into
FOR SALE: Wimico Lodge and Spring with a new set of factory
Trailer Park. Six nice furnished SEPTIC TANKS pimped out. Call built cabinets with one piece for-
apartments, 9 trailer spaces. In Buford Griffin. phone 229-3097 mica top. Free estimate. Also fi--
ily White City. Will take house in on WANTED: Mixed couples to bowl nancing available. 227-3311. tfe
trade. Contact B. C. Prince, Wimico in mixed league Tuesday nights. MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
)n Lodge, White City, phone St. Joe For information call 229-3781. man isas near as your telephone.
'229-2410 or Wewahitchka, Fla., Rt. ADDISON INSUe-
1. tfc-4-28 WANTED: 4,300 votes for Scott Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ure tANCE AGENCY, across from the
FOR SALE: Lot at Simons Bayou Kelley in Gulf County on May 3. Post Office. Local and Long Dis.
Ideal for trailer. 100x150 with Applicants apply at the polls be- 'a*ce Moving. Free Estimates.
K" septic tank and well. Phone 229- tween 7:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
with 4721. tfc-4-28 Tuesday, May 3. ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
Dis- FOR SALE: Three bedroom home. made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
With tile bath. Excellent condi- ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
tion. Located at 107 Bellamy Cir- BOAT WANTED anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
cle. $600 down and assume exist- Good seaworthy 15' or 16' Phone 229-2272. tfc
iT ing mortgage. Phone 229-2327. t glass boat and trailer wanted. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
IT- Pay cash for a suitable rig. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
TO BUY, SELL or RENT: Real Es- M. MISSLERTHE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
tate, call Jean Arnold, Represen- 14th St., Mexico Beach ing second and fourth Tuesday
tative, United Farm Agency. Sales Phone 648-3205 nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
and Rental Office, Beacon Hill Home.
Beach. Phone 648-4800. tfc-4-7 R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
s FOR REAL ESTATE SALES and Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
RENTALS contact Elizabeth W. Ist and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
Thompson, associate. Mexico Beach G M C companions welcome.
bara Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98, 19th THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
St. Phone 648-4545. E. Tom Prid- QUALITY TRUCKS EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
geon, broker. tfc3-31 New and Used THERE WILL BE a regular com-
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea- -Call- No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
sonable monthly rates. Call 227- and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7 ROCKY ROCHESTER
MOVE IN furnished home. Take 785-5497 nite and 763-7216 day
care of home and pay utility
bills. Couple only. Go by 502, cor- 4t Panama City, Florida 4-7 H. L. BURGE, Secretary
ner 8th and Long. I. C. Lupton. RALPH SWATTS, SR., W.M
Call Mrs. Jimmy Kilbourn. 4tp W M
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-RICH'S IGA AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA-
S. Duncan Hines-Your Choice
TABLERITE CHOICE AGED TO TASTE
Cook Out With the Finest Steaks Butchered
$1.89 VALaE-The TENDERLOINS lb. 1.49
Last Word In Beef --
Whole Cut Up Fryers
'TED CUT UP
DRUM STICKS ------------- Ib. 39c
BONELESS STEW PORK -------- Ib. 65
PORK STEAK ------------ lb. 59c
THE FINEST SELECTED-OUR OWN 100% HOME MADE
PAN SAUSAGE ----------- l b. 49c
BOSTON BUTT EXTRA LEAN
BONELESS ROLLED ROTISSERIE
IGA FRESH FROZEN
Style-Reg. or Super
CAN 99 c
RICH'S FRESHER PRODUCE
GOOD VINE RIPE
0 KRA A------lb.
TENDER YELLOW or WHITE
GREEN BEANS Ib.
BLACKEYE PEAS or BUTTER BEANS -- Bag
lb. 19c Fresh Shelled
BELL PEPPERS or
20 LB. BAG
TOMATOES -_ basket 25c
ORANGES doz. 29c
White Onions lb. 19c
FANCY BELL PEPPERS or
CUCUMBERS __ 4 for
GA. RED SWEET
Potatoes __ 4 lb. bag
GARDEN FRESH YELLOW
CORN -----3 ears
FERRIS BRAND (FLORIDA'S FINEST)
bag 19c FRUIT 3 bags $1.00
PERFECTION 3 LB. ]
ONE DOZEN GEORGIA GRADE 'A' LARGE
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
TISSUE ROL 19c
F RI D A Y
P -- No. 5 Jar 49c
V lb. pkg.
rH $5.00 1 LB.
DER or MORE 7 C CAN
^^ ^ WNCAN
ICE MILK ----------__ gallon 39c
SLICED PIMENTO or AMERICAN
KRAFT CHEESE ---------- 12 oz. 49c
PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK
BISCUITS -- ------ 2 pkgs. 29c
SHOP RICH'S IGA WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR
'-Tablerite All Meat
SLICED BACON l---- Ib. 69c STEW BEEF ---.-- Ib.
Tablrite Choice Beef Aged to Taste "WHAT A BUY"
Boneless Sirloins, lb. OO Our Own Home Made
-*Cubed Steaks -lb. O PAN SAUSAGE
Ground Beef 3 Ibs.
Extra Lean Ground l. 25 c
CHUCK ------- 3 Ibs. $1.79
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S .
EXTRA SAVINGS THESE SPI
COKE, PEPSI, RC
59c CANNED DRINKS --- can 10c
GRAPEFRUIT ------ ea. 5c
.. NOT STAMPS a
l--- b. 15c
-.------ each 2c
ECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY,
SLAW CABBAGE or
Yellow SQUASH --..- lb. 5c
TOMATOES -------l b. 10c
Kiln Dried SWEET
POTATOES lb. 5c
Limit 4 with $7.50 Order
IGA MILK can 10c
f The Only Home Ownec
APRIL 27, 8:00 to 12:30
Standard-Limit 4 with 7.50 order
TOMATOES --- 303 can 10c
Limit 2 Cartons
PEPSI COLAS ------ btl. 5c
King Size-Reg. 1.29
TIDE box 99c
POTATO CHIPS -- bag 39c
I and Operated Super Market In
These Specials Good
APRIL 27, 28, 29
Port St. Joe
CHIP STEAKS Ib.
Tablerite SLICED BACON ----- lb. 79c
First Cut SALT PORK --------- Ib. 39c
TABLERITE BOLOGNA, OLIVE and PICKLE
LUNCHEON MEATS --_ 6 oz. pkg. 3 for 88c
IGA FROZEN-11 OZ. PKG.
TV DINNERS _- -----_ 2for 89c
FISH STICKS ---- 14 oz. 59c
L I __ I
pc 1 -1 19 "
accepted. Leigh, Jr.; reduce from $40.15 to Port St. Joe entering into a joint
The Mosquito Control Supervi- $15.54. Reason, overvalued. Upon venture to secure a public boat
MINUTES of the sor presented a map showing a pro- motion by Commissioner Whitfield, basin for the Port St. Joe areas.
I posed drainage project running seconded by Commissioner Horton, It was decided that this Board meet
GUI C"O TY C MM liN from the Bay County line along the that the request be approved and with the Port St. Joe City Com-
ULI COUNTY COMMISSION channel of Cypress Creek for ap- ordered, the following voted AYE: missioners to discuss the merits of
proximately three miles. He ex- Whitfield, Horton and Graham. such a project.
I plained that this project is a con- Upon instructions from the I Commissioner Graham told the
AH HKA FLORIDA was issued over one year ago that tinuation of a Bay County project Comptroller the Board executed Board of the need to increase the
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA was issued over one year ago; that andIpay for the Election Inspection
APRIL 12, 1966 the State prices have changed since that has been completed in Bay Form DD-352, Designation and pay for the Election Inspection
Th of Count Commis- this Boar last adver or bids. County. After discussion, this mat- Agreement of County Depository Boards. He said that there is no
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, He thensuggest thahe Boa ter was tabled for further study. designating the Florida First Na- money available in the present
met this date in regular session advertise to receive bids for all W. F. Overman, representing tional Bank at Port St. Joe as a budget to make an increase at this
with. the following members pres- new tires and re-caps. After dis- Southwestern Petroleum Corpora- county depository, time but requested that this mat-
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman, cussion, there was a motion by tion, Fort Worth, Texas, appeared The Farm Agent and County ter be considered at the next bud-
Leo Kennedy, Walter Graham, T. Commissioner Graham, seconded before the Board and presented Service Officer filed monthly re- get meeting.
D. Whitfield and James G. Horton. by Commissioner Horton and upon samples of roofing and explained ports for the month of March. The following bills were present-
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road vote was unanimously carried. The the advantages of this type roof- Commissioner Horton discussed ed, examined, approved and order-
Superintendent and Mosquito Con- Attorney was requested to prepare ing. He said that he has made an ditch problems in White City and ed paid: General Fund, Pest Con-
trol Supervisor were also present an advertisement calling for sealed inspection of the Wewahitchka the need to maintain the alleys in trol Fund, Fine and Forfeiture
The meeting came to order at bids on all of the County's tire Health Center roof; that it would Oak Grove. It was agreed that this Fund, Road and Bridge Fund and
9:00 A.M. The Attorney openedthe needs; bids to be received at 9:00 cost only $238.61 for his roofing work be done. nnpayr for the month of
meeting with prayer. A.M., May 10, 1966. company to do this complete job. Commissioner Kennedy gave an All payrolls for the month of
meeting with prayer Pursuant to notice published ac- It was brought out that this Board oral report on the proceedings of March were approved and ratified
Max W. Kilbouri appeared be- Pursuant to notice published ac-has heretofore advertised and ac- the meeting of the State Associa as paid.
fore the Board and urged Gulf cording to law, the Board called
fore the Board and urged Gulf cording to law theBar d ca e e cepted bids for all roofing mater- tion of County Commissioners held There being no further business,
County to file its application for for a public hearing on the ques- l and that it would not be a good t West Palm Beach. He said that the meeting adjourned.
a county-wide Comprehensive Area tion of adopting a supplementalthe prev s resolution wit reference reATTEST:
Plan for a Water and Sewer Sys- budget for the fiscal year ending policy to disregard the previous his resolution with reference re- AMES G. McDANIEL,
n f r athe proiin o the Seteber 30, 1966. after no ob action in this matter. The Board questing the State Road Depart- JAMES G. McDANIEL,
tem under the provisions of the September 30, 1966. After no ob- do hChairman
Farmers Home Administration, U. sections being filed, there was a reqested Comiioner aha meant to approve soil-cement baseY. CORE,
S. Depart tme t of Agricult thure. He m on by Commissioner Whitfield, ginal successful bidder to deter- to the Convention due to the fact Clerk
t old the Board that the survey seconded by Commissioner Graham onthl bsis thisfha qur as to o
wThuld be minutes of March 8, 1966S. Got- and unanimously arrived, that said mine if he would object to this that a quoram was not present at
woulbe pead, orc by the U. S. ove- an d unanmouy scarred, tt saind Board re-advertising for this pro- the committee meeting, but that it
ernmient. After discussion, the tentative supplemental budget for ject due to the fact that the type will be presented at the next meet- AT TE EX
Board announced that Wallace W. the fiscal year ending September roofing presented today would cost ing. He said that because e of sev-
McCornick, County Supervisor, 30, 1966. After no objections being much less than the original bid; eral proposals presented adt this .
Farmers Home Administration, will filed, there was a motion by Con- that if the original bidder does not meeting, he suggested that this I
at its next regular meeting for the Commissioner Graham ad and uni- materials for this project. wod tie u the golne t fr
purpose of further discussing the, mously carried, that said tentative would tie up the gasoline tax for
provisions for planning grants. The supplemental budget for the Gen- The Clerk notified the Board the next 30 years.
p Dewey Gay appeared before the ment for a ditch running from SR ty requested that the following de- issue. soIseN
Board thanked Mr. Kilbourn for eral Fund b e e approved, adopted that its Welfare Fund has a bal- Commissioner Kenned told the p
his interest in this matter, and ordered, (as advertised in The ance of only $3,020.18; that on a Board that a number of citizens
The minutes of March 8, 1966, Star, issue of March 24, 1966.) monthly basis this fund is already have inquired as to why the court-
were read, corrected, approved The Board accepted drainage overspent by $1,292.32. The Board house construction has not begun.
aswereradcore o ct ed, approved The Board accepted drainage did then approve the welfare roll The Attorney-stated that the Bond
and adopted. The minutes were ditch easements from Wayne S. to be paid May 1, 1966, after add- Validation Petition is running
corrected as follows: "Page 434: Biggs and 0. C. Hammond for dit- ing the following names; Inette ahead of schedule and is far ahead
Commissioner Graham stated that ches in White City. Tucker $15.00; Irene Blakely, of the architect.
he did-not care if the Radio Sta- Joseph T. Land presented a deed $15.00 and Daisy Lee Avant, $15.00. There was a discussion with ref- tivf.K \ .o
tion in Port St. Joe played only ex- for -a 50-foot right-of-way running The following names were remov- erence to the White City and High- 5 m-WMET m-
cerpts from the minutes, or if they from SR 71 to Land Lake and the ed from the welfare roll: Eva Pate land View Fire House projects. It 00Q2w- W
played only on line, or the entire same was duly accepted. and Juanita Jeter. was decided that the Attorney pro- -'-7WE
minutes." David Herring presented an ease- The Tax Assessor for Gulf Coun- ceed with the legal work on this WHEN ", ,'
Dewey Gay appeared before the ment for a ditch running from SR ty requested that the following de- issue. aAVff A ..
Board and told the Board that the 71 to the Wayside Park at West duction be made on the 1966 Tax The Board discussed the possi- FFZWAY/
last tire contract by this Board Arm Bridge and the same was duly Roll: Page 6, Line 10, Tiquett N. ability of the County and City of
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966
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Open Til Midnight Thursday & Friday
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30 DAY VACATION,
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But you Must Register for the
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Plymouth-Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
ICE CREAM /2 gal. 39c
Maxwell House-Limit 1 with $10 Order
COFFEE 1 Ib. can 59c
RC, Nehi Orange & Grape, Ginger Ale
CANNED/ DRINKS can 10c
Brite Red-Limit 2 with $10.00 Order
TOMATOES 303 can 9c
Van Camp-Limit 3 with $10.00 Order
PORK & BEANS 300 can 10c
Grade 'A'-With $10.00 Order
LARGE EGGS doz. 39c
USDA Dressed and Drawn
FRESH FRYERS Ib. 25c
GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. 99c
Bobwhite SrLICED BACON __---_ Ib. 65c
PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 27, 28, 29 and 30
LIMIT ONE WITH $10.00 PURCHASE DOMINO
SUGAR SAVE 19c
4F IT'S BORDEN'S ... IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD BORDEN'S
ICE MILK CARTON
MAXWELL HOUSE LIMIT 1 WITH $10.00 ORDER
^ FII. E CAN
'COCA-COLA or LIMIT 2 WITH $10.00 ORDER or MORE
Pepsi Cola CART
FIELD FRESH! CRISP and CLEAN
FRESH, CRISP and TASTY
BUY 4 and SAVE 9c! MINUTE MAID FROZEN
Fresh Lean 4 PORK LOIN ------- Ib. 49c
USDA Choice CHUCK STEAK ----- lb. 49c
Sunset Gold-Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
CANNED BISCUITS can 5c
Domino-Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
SUGAR 5 lb. bag 39c
COCA COLA or-Limit 2 with $10 Order
PEPSI COLA (plus deposit) ----- btl. 5c
BANANAS Ib. 10c
CARROTS lb. cello bag 10c
ORANGES 5 Ib. bag 39c
VINE RIPE TOMATOES lb. 19c
RED GRAPES Ib. 15c
BUY 1 BAG EELBECK
CORN MEAL GET 1 FREE
Quantity Rights Reserved
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MR. "G" FROZEN CRINKLE OUT
Southern Belle Smoked, Fully Cooked-4 to
FRESH and LEAN GROUND
8 lb. avg. wt.
SMALL, FRESH PORK, SPARE
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FREE NYLON HOSE ri 79
ONE FREE PAIR NYLON HOSE WITH PURCHASE OF liSCO C
10 lb. hag BLUE SEAL PLAIN or SELF RISING FLOUR (SAVE 32c) POSS 16 OZ. CANS
DCHILI with BEANS -4 cans $1.00
(SAVE 24c) BETT YCROCKER 19 OZ. BOXES
DAV IESc LAYER CAKE MIXES 3 boxes 99 C
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MORE NATIONAL BRAND NAMES!
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(SAVE 4c!) STANDARD NO. 303 CANS
TOMATOES --- 7 cans
Buttermilk BISCUITS___ 6 pak 49c
KING COLE NO. 303 CANS
TINY PEAS --- 3 cans
NO. 2/2 SIZ
32 OZ. JAR
JUIC Y LEM NS
3 Lb. or More BEEF ROAST
SOUTHERN CHOICE 57 OZ. JARS
FRUIT DRINKS--- 3 jars $1.00
We Give Valuable S&H GREEN STAMPS
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
FRANKLIN R. PIPPIN, SR.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Franklin R. Pippin, Sr., deceased,
are hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in' the office of the county judge
W. J. (JOE)
MEMBER, BOARD of
Interested in and -familiar
with the School Program
of Gulf County.
Decisions of the Florida Public
Service Commission affect Flor-
ida's future and your pocket.
SBilly MAYO has participated In
public utility rate reductions to;
talking $22,000,000 since joining
the Public Service Commission.
This saving to Floridians repre-
sents 40% of all rate reductions
by the Commission during the
last 10 years.
eep or* you
Pad oltcaXavetsebet adob~h
May Camaig* Fud.I
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 Mayor Hannon Asks Residents to Buy
of Gulf County, Florida, in the B *
courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor- savings on to Fght Infltion
ida, within six (6) calendar months ig I
frnm flip H.O oftho first Dublie
ol U til L11C U. i O J- i i tr L iLu
cation of thisnotice, Each claim
or demand must be in writing and
must state the place of residence
and post office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
April 6, 1966.
/s/ Franklin R. Pippin, Jr.
Administrator of the Estate
of Franklin R. Pippin, Sr.,
/s/ Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
Attorney for Administrator
221 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t
First publication on April 7,
____ -f -----
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: Estate of
JEFF CHRIS MARTIN, 'wit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS was
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL vita
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- exe
You, and each of you, are hereby age,
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which you,
or either of you, may have against
the estate of JEFF CHRIS MARTIN,
deceased, late of Gulf County,
Florida, to the Honorable S. P.
Husband, County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, and file the same
in his office in the County Court-
house at Wewahitchka, Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the date of t d he first
publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal add-
ress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
This the 19th day of April, A. D.
/s/ MAUD V. MARTIN,
SEstate of Jeff Chris
Martin. deceased. 4t
/s/ William J. Rish 4-21
Attorney for Administratrix
NOTICE TO BID
The Board of Public Instruction,
Gulf County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids in the Superintendent's
office at the court house in Wewa-
hitchka, Florida, until 9:00 A.M.,
C.S.T., May 3, 1966, on the follow-
Two (2) 1964 6-cylinder Rambler
automobiles. These automobiles
can be seen at Cooper's Used Car
Lot on Highway 98, Port St. Joe,
The Board will not consider any
bid less than $950.00 for each car.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
R. MARION CRAIG,
2t County Superintendent
Mayor Frank Hannon today ap- tions included price and wage re-
pealed to residents of Port St. Joe straint and the postponement of
to buy more U. S. Savings Bands as purchases for capital expansion.
a means of fighting inflation and
supporting the efforts of American The Vice President, in his letter
forces in Vietnam. to Mayor Hannon, added to this
The Mayor's appeal came in re- list the encouragement of Savings
sponse to a letter from Vice Pre- Bonds purchases by the public as
sident Hubert H. Humphrey which an important anti-inflationary ac-
stressed the part savings can play tion for municipal officials to take.
in lessening inflationary pressures In commenting on the Vice Pre-
in the economy. The Vice Presi- sident's letter, Mayor Hannon said
dent's letter was sent to the mayors he endorsed the practice of syste-
of some 1,600 communities and was matic thrift with Savings Bonds.
a follow-up to President Johnson's "For the individual they are a safe
appeal, made at the recent Wash- and sure method of accumulating
ington Conference of the National reserves for the future," he said,
League of Cities, for local leader- "and for the nation, Savings Bonds
ship in the battle against inflation, play a vital part in the wise man-
The President told the Washing- agement of the public debt. Since
ton conference that he had already they are a completely non-infla-
discussed the inflation problem tionary form of government bor-
h business and labor groups, as re
1 as with state governors, and th
s now extending the same in- st
ition to municipal officials to ic
rcise leadership in keeping pre- ze
es on the economy within man- in
able limits. His list of sugges- ni
owing, the increased holding of
iese bonds by the public will
refgthen the economy at a crit-
al time. It will also give our citi-
ens a practical means of support-
ig the efforts of our men in Viet-
Student Deferment Exam Eligibility
Is Explained by Col. Harold C. Wall
Colonel Harold C. Wall, State Di- tute, or business college, and who
rector of the Selective Service Sys- plan to request an occupational
tem, states that he has received a deferment on the basis of pursu-
number of inquiries concerning the ing their education at such an in-
eligibility of non-college students stitution, are also eligible to take
to take the forthcoming Selective the Qualification Test.
Service Qualification Test. This announcement clarifies the
eligible student category announc-
Colonel Wall points out that reg- ed earlier which included regis-
istrants who are high school sen- trants who intend seeking defer-
iors or graduates and who are en- ment as college students.
rolled or plan to enroll in a tech- Add nal i matn and a
,, Additional information and ap-
nical or vocational school, insti- actions for action can
plications for the Examination can
be obtained from any local draft
board. Registrants who plan to take
the Test are cautioned that their
applications must be properly com-
pleted and returned no later than
April 23, 1966.
Tests will be given on May 14;,
May 21 and June 3, 1966 at the fol-
lowing locations: Gulf Coast Jun-
ior College, Panama City; Florida
A. and M. University, Tallahassee
and Florida State University, Tal-
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