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"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port- for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
In YAD LA PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32454 THURSDAY, September 19, 1968
Books Open This Week
To Sign Up Freeholders
-., pot St. Joe's 1968 Edition of The Sharks. -Vrom
t.;! tE.1:git, front row: Perky White, Terry Parrish, 'n-
.-I. Capjp, Jimmy Rogers, Mike Gainnie, Dennis At ,thi
.son, huick'Roberts. Second row: David Maddox,-E .
MecFarlhd, Don Jamisbn, Jimmy Lancaster, Robeit o-
bles,, Chris .Ealey,. icky Anderson, Charles Britt. 'k,
POt St. Joe Sha, ks
1968 Season Here
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"Farmer" McLawhon and His Fruits
-'Fairm George McLawhon .came by ,The Star the other day
pro itly bearing these "fruits of his lpbors", whatever they Jare.
George fir-* said they were "Texas Okra", A few days later he came
back, and uicid they were "African Squqsh". 'They tasted like egg
plant-: t they still look like guords. -Star photo
row: Bob Burch, Jimmy Davis, Adrian Gant, Buddy Boy-
ette, MOik Wimberly, Joe McLeod, George Anchors. Not
presentwhen picture was made: Ricky Lovett, Mike Bur-
kett, Eddie Holland, CBarles Smith, Steve Adams, Teriry
Parrish, Glen Harper, Ricky Robertson and David Lang-
ston. --Star photo
Meet Wewahitchka In Opeder
The Port St. Joe Sharks will be teamed up 'with Mike Gain-
. .take to the gridironi tomorrow nie in the halfliek positions.
'.night t o their- 1968 season op- At fullbaclwill be Mike Bur-
ener against ewale chka. The kett, the smllTest man on the
Sharks are .1n e -eable posi; squad; btt tt "
Q of ..,hain O 10 rst-.. tngn... Jimmr : I 4 Rna.,Buddy- Boy--
ob'"Y~ a- f11- this e tte wvil be the starting ends,
Ssoebn. Yfiyve ofi4at ar'ss but hewcpnmer -Dvid Langston
.starters Were rost rbm. adud- f is making a strdn "bid for one
tionf.. of the end spots,i ina will be a
Although the Sharkslbei a the. backfield defensive regular.-
season with ., an experiencedd At the tackle posTtions will be
squad, they will definitelyl feel two year veterans 'Robert Nobles
the loss of All-State;I halfback and Ricky Robertson. Robertson
Jerry Nichols, All-Conference is the largest man on the squad
guard Freddie Andbrson, All- at 210 pounds.
Conference full ck Quinene Don Jamison and Larry McFar-
Cushing, tackle t[app Smith, land have received the nod from
halfback Tom O'Biied and backs Taylor to fill the guard positions.
Joe Hendrix and iGary Elliott. Chris Early will plug up the
Coach Wayne Taylor said that line at the center position.
the Sharks "long it' this year Coach Taylor emphasized that
will be experience and quickness. even with the Shark's experience
"We are small this year and not this will not be a-n easy season.
overly fast", said Taylor, "But The Sharks play some big, tough
we will get started in a hurry teams, and have added a new
and generate a better offense team to their schedule this year
this year than we have in the in Waukulla Comuty. Wankulla
-past provided nobody gets 'is a consolidated school and has
hurt." fielded some large, strong teams
The Sharks lost to their open- since the school was opened two
ing night foes last year on a 6-0 years ago.
decision. The Sharks have a schedule of
Bolstering the Shark squad six home games and four on the
with their experience-some as road. The schedule is as follows-
much as three years-will be Sept. 20, Wewahite ka, IHome
Rickey Lovett. Donald Capps, Sept. 27, Chattahoochee, Home.
Mike Gainnie, Mike Burkett, Oct. 4, Baker, Away.
Chris Earley, Robert Nobles, Don Oct. 11, Graceville, Home.
Jamison, Ricky Robertson, Bud- Oct. 18, Monticello, Away
dy Boyette and Jimmy Davis. Oct. 25, Chipley, Home.
Lovett, who has started at Nov. 1, Waukulla Co., Away.
quarterback since his freshman Nov. 8, Bonifay, Home.
year, will be at his post tomor- Nov. 15, Quincy, Away.
row night. He will receive back- Nov. 22, Blountstown, Home.
up help from sophomore Chuck ,
The now-familiar running of MUSical Program for
Donald Capps, now a senior,will ..
Cq mmittee Begiiis Work
04 Grounds Beautification
The first of several meetings
was ihJeld Friday night in the
Gulf ,County Courthouse, to be-
gin. a program of beautifying
the grounds of the new Gulf
County Courthouse here in Port
County Agent Cubie Laird has
r. assembled a committee of some.
30 people in an attempt to get
the project completed by next
Ldird has secured the services
of Howard Gray a landscape de-
signer to set up a program of
design and planting for the
Courthouse. The plan was pre-
sented to the committee Friday
and a calendar of activities out-
The committee named Mrs.
Ralph Nance, past president.-of
the Garden Club to serve .as
chairman of the beautificatibii
Meadie Rogers of Wewahitch-
ka will chair the planting com-
mittee; Jimmie Prevatt the-.i-
nance committee and Al : Har-
graves the procurement commit,
The program, as outlined by
Laird and Gray will cost some
$11,'500 which will include in-
stallation of an irrigation sys-
tem as well as plant procure-
ment, fertilizer, planffting, etc.
Prevatt's committee is- charged
with the responsibility of rais-
ing the money.
According to the time-table
outlined before the committee,
work on the beautification pro-
gram is to start the last of this
month and continue through
March of next year.
Youth Saturday Night
"Good News", a religious folk
inusical by Oldenburd, featuring
'the youth choir of the Northside
Baptist Church of Panama City,
will be presented here in Port
St. Joe Saturday evening at 8:00
p.m. in the auditorium of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
The program is under the direc-
tion of Bob Bowden of Panama
The program is being sponsor-
ed through a joint effort of the
four Baptist Churches of the
Port St. Joe area. A youth com-
mittee from these four church-
es is extending a cordial invita-
tion to all young people in the
community to attend this special
The "Good News" presentation
has received wide acceptance by
youth and adults throughout the
Mrs. C. G. Rish, -Supervisor of
Elections opened the registration
books this week for registration
of Gulf -County Freeholders.'The
registration' books will remain
oppn through October 19 for this
The Freeholder registration
was. called for last week when
the .Gulf County School Board
requested the Boar of County
Commissioners to purge the list
of registered Freeholders and re-
register all Freeholders--those
who own property in the county
-for the purpose of holding a
- The. School Board -is-4 asking-
that a bonded indebtedness of
$1.1. milion'be approved by the
county's property owners in ,.or-
der to provide funds for, com-
pletion of the ,new Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka High Schools.
This re-registration of Free-
holders is not to be confused
with registration of voters for
the -November general elec-
tion. One must register to vote
in the regular election if he
hasn't cast a ballot in Gulf
County during the past year
nor filled out-a re-registration
card sent out. by the Supervi, -
sor. In addition one must re-.-
register to vote as a Free- .
holder to cast his vote in the
upcoming bond election.
Books for registration of
electors closes October 5. The
books for re-registration -of,
Freeholders remain open un-
til October 19.
Mrs. Rish reported to The,
Star yesterday that Freeholders'
were re-registering at a fair rate
but that the pace of registration
should be faster than it now is,
Mrs. Rish also advised that
those re-registering-as Freehold-:
ers should bring some liroof of
property ownership alQng with
them when coming to re-register.
Mrs. Rish says the law will ac-
cept a tax receipt, a deed or a
legal description of the property
owned (this information is on a
deed and the tax statement).
According tQ Mrs. Rish any-
one who owns real. property
(land and/or improvements) is a
Freeholder. It is not necessary
tnat one pay taxes on the pro-
perty, A person's property may
be entirely homestead exempt
but he would still be a Freehol
der if his name was on the deed
Hearing Starts Monday to Test the
Validity of 1963 Murder Confessions
A hearing will begin in the'
Gulf County Courthouse Monday"
morning in connection with the
August, -1963 murder ofGrover
Floyd and Jesse Burkett.
- Judge Charles P. Holley. of
Clearwater -will .preside., over
the hearing in an attempt to"as-'-
certain whether or not two Ne-
gro men, currently on death row
in Raiford Prison, lied in their
confession to killing".the 'two "
The two men, Floyd and Bur-
kett, were taken from the Me Jo
Service Station:at Highland View
in the early morning hours and
taken into the woods North of
Port St. Joe where- they were
Wilbert Lee and Freddie -Lee
Pitts ,were arrested in .connec-
tion with the case, confessed to
the killings and were sentenced
to die in Florida's electric chair.
: Since& then, Curtis Adams, Jr.,
of Port St. Joe,' how serving a
term in the State. Prison, has
confessed that he and not the
two Negroes killed Floyd and
1The purpose of the hearing be-
ginning Monday is to take tes-
timony froAi some 60 witnesses
in anattetdif to find out if Lee
and Pitts' confession was true or
- Trying out new business machines are Joyce ple Watson, instructor, looks ohn
3Bishop, Gwen Duvae and Jeannine Britt. Mr Temrn- --Star photo
High School Business Department Receives Modern Machines
New and modern equipment is ,
mawv being utilized by the Port
St. Joe High Schodl Business De-.
partment in an effort to give in-
struction in present. dayoffice.
- Students involved in, the new
Mrs. Biggs, English
Teacher, Is Honored
Mrs. Margaret K. Biggs 6f
White City, has been selected to
appear in the 1969 addition of
"Outstanding Personalities of the
South". Recipients obf this honor
include Governors, United States
Senators'and Congressman.of the
various southern states.
The publication includes edu-
cators, leading businessmen and
women, membersof state legisla-
tive bodies, civic and political
leaders, elected leaders of vari-
ous political subdivisions, farm-
ers, ministers, officers and of-
ficials of trade organizations,
leading sports figures, and many
other individuals who, because
of past achievements and service
to their community and state are
recognized as outstanding per-
sonalities of the South.
office inachines class are receiv-
ing instruction in electric type-
writing,-the;ten key and full key
adding machines;" desk calcula-
tors, -office filing, mimeograph
machines and key .punch oper -
In addition to normal class-
room experiences the students '
will. visit the St. Joe Paper Com-
.pany accounting office for in-
troductory training, in a modern
computerized office setting.
Last Rites Held Saturday for Mrs. Ruth
Keels Who Passed Away Last Thursday
Funeral services were held
Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p,m.
from the First Baptist Church
for Mrs. Ruth L. Keels, age 43,
of 1901 Garrison Avenue. Mrs.
-Keels passed away last Thursday
morning suddenly, at the Muni-
cipal Hospital where she had
been recovering from a broken
leg. Services were conducted by
Rev. C. Byron Smith and Rev.
Robert L. Cary.
Interment followed in the fam-
ily plot .at Nettle Ridge Ceme-
tery at Blountstown.
Mrs. Keels was a native of
Blountstown. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe. For the past six
years, she and her husband had
operated the Keel's Seafood and
Grocers business. She had been
a resident of Port St. Joe for 25
Survivors include her husband,
Grady Keels; a son, Harold B.
Keels, Sr., both of Port St. Joe;
mother, Mrs. Mary Bailey of
Blountstown; five broth ers,
John, B. M. and Dale Bailey, all
of Blountstown, James Bailey.of
Mulberry and Robert Bailey of
Kentucky; three sisters, Mrs. Do-
ren Spears of Port St. Joe, Mrs.
Brinson Cloud of Blountstown
and Mrs. Margaret Freeman of
Panama City and one grandson,
Harold B. Keels, Jr., of Port St.
Funeral services were also
held at the Christian Home Bap.
(Continued On Page 12)
AG TW TH 5T_ otS.J.FoiaTUSASpebr1,16
, ^ '
would have six. cents n any, much less, and
yet the villagers outside the U. S. wdatd-be in-
creasing in population at a rate three times as
fast., Except for Japan, the affluent part of this
village would be composed of Christians (Euro-
. peans and North Americans).
Over 700 of the 1,000 villagers would be un-
able to read;. over 500 would be suffering from
malnutrition; over 800 would live in what we
term substandard housing;., no more than 10
would have a college education.
Now what was that you were complain-
Let us .look. for, a moment t .the world as if
it were a village a village of 1,000 persons
and see what that can tell us.
In this global village there would be 90
North Americans (60 of whom would live in the
United States); 50. South .Americans; 210
Europeans; 85 Africans; ..and 565 Asians.
There would be 300 white persons, 700 non-white
persons. Three hundred of the 1,000 would be
The 60 Americans living in the United States
-: would receive half the total income; the other
940, would subsist on the other half. For every
dollar in the U. S. hands, each other villager
Jackie Robinson and Justice Abe. Fortas have been
very much in .the news in recent weeks. The bleats of the
friends and protagonists of these two gentlemen call for
a response by .responsible members of the press and com-
Let's take the Robinson matter first. For some
years he has been a prominent member of the "Rocke-
dflter Team", in New York State. Immediately after the
Republican convention he made headlines by disavowing
.e Nixon-Agnew ticket and asserting that he would sup-
port the Democratic ticket. In the course of his perform-
ance fbr the press 1hetold his listeners that he was a Ne-
'g% first, 'an Aifrican second, and a politician third.
It is Mr. Robinson's privilege to order the priorities'
of his life any way that he wishes. But it is shocking that
.the statement did not become at least as newsworthy as
lis allegatoilk garding Nixon and Agnew. Can you
imagine the furor it woull;,. ase in the press if either
Nlixon or .Agnewwere to say publicly that they.r*ere
!"white first, American second and politicians third?"
Too much of the press comment on the Fortas nom-
ination has suffered the same bias. It has been repeatedly
,.. asserted' that the Senate Committee interrogations of
Justice Fortas, and thd debafe-On the floor, of the Senate
*refe motivated by racial prejudice. The implication has.
'een that.Justie .Fortas .s qualified for the job of Chief
i ce ,'a hece sho i be confirmed ,by the Senate,
forthwith.- Let's inagine a different nomination, for a
Let us suppose that Governor ,Wallace were to win
the presidential 'election, and. at the first opportunity
(As a sequel to his recent ser-
ies of articles, "The Rise 'of
Communism in Russia", Arthur
W. McFadden has written an ar-
ticle, "The Rise of Communism
.i the United Statel", which will
b10 published in serial form in
The'Star over the next several
weeks. Mr. McFadden has a vast
knowledge of his subject, and
the editor of The Star hopes
you will enjoy reading the forth-
coming series of articles.)
"The strictest loyalty to the
ideas ,of -Communism must be
combined with the ability to
make all the necessary comprom-
ises, to 'tack', to make agree-
ments, zigzags, retreats, and so
on, in order to accelerate the
coming power of the Cominun-
ists. We must resort to all sorts
of stratagem, maneuvers, ille-
gal methods, evasions and subter-
It was not only in Germany,
France and Russia wherl Com-
munists were spreading their
propaganda during the latter
part of.the 19th Century. Alien
Communists were also at work
in the United States, getting a
foothold and infiltrating organi-
The Socialist Party of the
United States was founded in
1890. In 1899 the first split in
the Socialist Party occurred. Nu-
merous disputes within the par-
ty between the Communist and
Socialist elements from 1907 to,
1912 resulted in another split in
1912. In 1916,' a number of "ex-
tremists" organized the Socialist
Propaganda League at Boston,
and issued a newspaper called
the New International. Another
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR. $3.00 SIX MOS.5 1.75 THREE MOS., 127.50
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, SAO
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or ommlssions in advertisements, the pubnlasert
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for snch
The spoken word to given scat attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
vielned. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thorough con
vinces. The spoken word ina lost; the printed word remnaums.
nominated one of his lawyer-judge cronies to a seat on
the Supreme Court. Do you imagine that the liberal press
would demand so vociferously that the Senate rubber
stamp the presidential choice?
The right of the Senate to review and pass judgment
on the fitness of a nominee to the Supreme Court i
clear. It is one of the reasons that we have a Senate, a
prescribed by the Constitution.
The right of the mass media to ignore the bias inher
ent in the Robinson pronouncement is also. clear. It i
one of the reasons we have a free press .in this country
Happily, the system also provides for dissent from sue
views. And we dissent.
STILL WORTH TRYING
A reader reminds us that a corporation used to print
in large type on its instruction booklet: 'When everything
else fails try reading the directions'.
There's a smile in that for most ofus*.
For thousands of years the wise men*9 the world
have been telling us how we should behave' '.Their wi
domr ia in the-Bible, in Shakespeare, and J familiar qu<
stations. We like to tell ourselves that times have change
But the fundamental rules for successful living have no
changed. They are still worth trying.'
Every one is of some use even if nothing moi
than serving as a horrible'example.
the Socialist Party was held
New York City. The purpose
this conference was to form
Communist Party in the Unite
States. An official publication
the New York Communist, w
launched, with'John Reed as ed
During the month of Ju
1919, the majority of the nation
al council of'the left-wing i
fected a compromise with the n
tional organizing c o m mitte
The result was the issuance of
joint call for & Communist Pa
ty Convention .to take place o
September 1, 1919, in Chicago 1
the National Council of ti
Workers Left-Wing Section
the Socialist Party and the Ni
tional Organizing Committee.
On July 19, 1919, The Natio
publication, the Class Struggle,
made its appearance in April
*'During .1917 and 1918, the
SCommunist elements of the So-
cialist Party continued activities
contrary to the platform of the
Socialist Party, and in November
1918 a Communist Propaganda
League was formed in Chicago.
At this time, the Boston branch
of the Socialist Party began pub-
lication of the Revolutionary
Age, in which Communist tac-
tics were advocated.
In 1918, 388 members of the
Communist government meeting
in' Petrograd, Russia, only 16
were Russians, I was an Ameri-
. can Negro, and 265 were white
agitators from America. (Ref.
United States Document No. 62
of the 66th Congress, Vol. 3).
At this meeting plans were for-
mulated to enhance the Com-
imunist image and lay the foun-
dation for revolution.
S In the meantime the Commu-
nist movement in the United
States was plagued by faction-
alism. Within the Communist
ranks were the Russian speaking
Communists, Irish Communists
and American-born Communists.
Each group was striving for lea-
dership. As a result of all this
dissention ,within the ranks of
the, Socialist Party, a left-wing
section was formed in New York
City in February 1919. The pro-
gram and manifesto of this left-
wing section were adopted by
many of the Socialist Party lo-
cals and all of the Slavic fed-
erations of the" Socialist Party,
with the result that they were
all expeled from the Socialist
Party of America.
In June '1*919, the First Na-
tional Left-Wing Conference of
S A Disturbing Thought
.* .. ." .>.. .j'v
al Organizing Committee issued
the first number of "The Com-
munist", as the official organ of
the Communist Party of Ameri-
While the Communist Party of
America was founded by the
Russian element, another Com-
munist Party element of. Amdei-
cans was forming the Commu-
nist Labor Party. They were
split because each group wanted
to dictate the policy.
Panama City, Florida
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
- % .
September 16, 1968
I am writing this to call to the
attention of the public the action
of the 'School Board and the
County Commissioners in regard
to the new school building at
Port St. Joe.
A representative for the con-
ttactors who are building the
school appeared before the
school board and informed them
of a soil condition in the foun-
dation which required the remo-
val df some muck and replacing
with good compact dirt. The Con-
tractors' 'representative request-
ed the school board do this ,vork
as' this condition was not taken
into account at the time they
submitted their bid. The school
board informed him that this in-
formation should have been in-
e. luded in the architects plans
since he had performed soil bor-
,ings on the sight. The school
board stated further that the ar-
chitect was bonded and if his
report had failed to show this
n condition then he was the one
s responsible for doing the work,
requested, and that at any rate
the board was not responsible.
The board then agreed to ask
tt the County Commissioners to do
is the work using the Cqunty's men
s and equipment with the provi-
sion the bdard would' pay fuel
and labor expenses with the
- school board being reimbursed'
is by the contractor or the archi-
tect; whichever was responsible.
,h The School Board then ap-
proached the Commissioners say-
'pg they had to remove this
muck and replace it. The boar4
said they had tlfe money to pay
the fuel, gas and labor if the
County would do the work so
t 'thq commissioners agreed to do
g -the work and are in the process
of doing same:
Now, whether the contractor
or the architect is responsible
Id for doing this work I do not feel
s the county should furnish the
equipment to do 'it with at 1no
o- cost to the party concerned. .eh-
d. tal on the equipment furnished,
by the county will' amount to
quite a few dollars, all of whieb
will be a savings to the party
concerned and a cost to the tax-
payers. Other than wear and
re tear on the equipment it is also
costing the taxpayers due to the
absence of the equipment on the
in county's roads; some of which
of are in need of repairs.
a Another aspect of this is the
ed moral wrong done to private
as contractors who do this type
di- work on a competitive basis un-
der a system of free enterprise.
vly I can appreciate the board not
We joined many millions of others 'Saturday afternoon in watch-
ing the Detroit Tiger's Denny McLain win his 30th- game of the
season. It was our first Saturday afternoon baseball game of the
season, and it was a real thriller. We think that it was.fitting that
McLain should win his 30th game in such a tight game, full of
suspense, with the end never decided until the last out in' the.ball-
DO YOU REMEMBER ... -
You're old enough to remember the real America ... if you
can remember when you never dreamed our country could ever
lose When you left the front door open When you went to
church and found spiritual consolation When people knew what
the 'Fourth of July stood for When you took it for granted,
that women and the elderly and the clergy were to be respected.
When a girl was considered daring if she smoked in pub-
lic When a girl was a girl When a boy was a boy and you
didn't have to look twice to tell the difference When you didn't
feel embarrassed to say that this is.the best darn country in the
world When socialist was a dirty word When liberal was-
n't When a nickel was worth five cents and could buy you
a magazine. a good cigar, or a 12-ounce Pepsi, or a big-ice cream
cone When two nickels got you into the movies, on Saturday
afternoon, and you saw three pictures and there was no such thing
as an 'adults only' movie .. '. When taxes were only a nuisance
. When the poor were too proud to take charity .'. When you
weren't afraid to go out -at night When Protestants and Catho-
lics thought enough of their beliefs to argue about them When
ghettos were neighborhoods .' When you knew that the law
meant justice, and you felt a little shiver of awe at the sight of
a policeman .
When the flag was a sacred symbol When our gov-
ernment stood up for Americans, anywhere in the world When
a man who went wrong was blamed, not his mother's nitrsing'hab-
its or his father's income When everyone knew the-difference
between right and wrong, even Harvard professors.' When things
weren't perfect, but you never expected them to be Whe you
weren't'made to teel guilty for enjoying dialect..comnedy .- .Whe
people still had the capacity for indignation. .' '
-- When you considered yourself lucky to have a good job
When you were proud to have' one When sick meant you
weren't feeling vel. When a complaint could accomplish some-
thing .. When people expected less, and valued what they had
more .. When everybody wasn't entitled to a college education
When college kids swallowed goldfish, not acid .M.When
America was the land of the free, the home of the brave.
Do you remember all this? Then you had better .underscore
these things in your memory because they are fast becoming -things
of the past.
. desiring to hold up work on the
school; however, I wish to point
out- that the contractor has a
specified time in which to com-
plete the building and it is his
responsibility to take appropri-
ate steps to assure its' comple-
tion on schedule and not the.
the school boards.
Also I would like'to point out
that the school board has re-
quested Supt. Craig to negotiate
with Gulf Asphalt of Panama
City to develop some of the area
as' work progresses since they
already have their equipment on
the site. There is nothing wrong
with this other than the fact
that there are several local con-
tractors who- do this.lype work
and I feel that they should also
be consulted and given an op-
portunity to bid on any work
which the school. board ,,is paying
for. If this procedure is not' fol-
lowed how can 'the board be as-
.sured they have obtained the
bEst price possible fori*the tax-
payers of Gulf County;'
I .' *
Sincerely;, ,- ,
St. Joe Beach
Midget Investmegnts with
Port St. Joe, Florida.
"LET US PROVE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY"
98 BY-PASS IN PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
ROBINSON and FORTAS
"The Rise of Communism In U. S. A.
by ARTHUR W. McFADDEN
Is Now Representing Tommy Thomas Chevrolet Company in anama
City and Invites All His Friends and Customers to Visit Him
i 1 C eel
C .~.- "
The "proof of the pudding" that Fall is here is the notice
that high school football gets underway Friday night here in Port
St. Joe and in Northwest Florida.
According tp the "Football Supplements" put out by the
News-Herald and the Tallahassee Democrat, everybody in the
Big Bend is rebuilding. Doesn't everybody ,rebuild every year?
Our football fortunes haven't been the best in the world for
the past few years, but they're our kids, playing for our school,
and we will be there to watch them.
Other signs of Fall are the notices sent out recently that
the dove season opens on October 5 just two weeks from
Saturday. Too, we shouldn't forget the signal of Fall's presence
brought to us by the playing of the World Series, which 'opens
two weeks from yesterday.
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Tk STAIR,; Port'S Joe, lorida THURSDAY, Septembr '19 1968
"T. i ,
s Interesting and Amusing
Beautification of City
,'Joe Rotary Club
,i Thursday, when
Roebuck and Comn-
oarlot report to
'peeds for beauti-
or any-other com-
bers). "All your troubles stem
from a lack of beautification", he
said. To illustrate his point he
related the statistics that 20% of
the homes in any community in the
nation are sub-standard. From
these homes comes the major
portion of any communities' fires,
diseases, crimes, arrests, etc.,
Whi:T.itatgiB rst continuously a8l 01 wmcn go 10 S u ,
% i tk: rst continuously""ll of which go to soak up most
'"told soeo l- e, best jokes ever of the tax dollars of any commun-
healkrd by ,club, he Interspersed ity.-
. mo amessage.eimfaetween the merri. "Beautification should be func-
men an dive/ihis point home tional", the speaker said, "and
ith a choice joke on every point, should be considered an attribute
St -t rather than a liability, creating a
.The speaker'said the three most scenee of pride, which will elimi-
ith: ortant attributes to any city nate most of the disagreeable as-
ar- it nd, Ladies the pects caused by the substandard
Tl~p~d .i foruse by the p surroundings".
lic, 'ftl ladies spur the men on.
and the leaders get the job done. The speaker stated, If every-
-thing in a community is well kept,
.The particular".Job Tatgenhorst that' community flourishes".
-l'ida.rn ad. was beautification: Guests of the club were Bubba
',tolt' reetl'.ieation as he continu- Gander of Apalachicola and Mar-
Soiusy "epi d ed the club mem- ion Craig of Port St. Joe.
W ows, You May be Able to Collect
l Security If Husband Covered
." ;,ou .,are disabled and the wi- der social security. A disabled wi-
-d-Vo-,man .who was insured un- dow who begins receiving benefits
diocial security at his death, before age 62 will receive a re-
i .3ou, ma baeiable to get monthly -duced benefit. The reduction de-
cash payments,", Ted A. Gamble, pends on her age at the time the
.Distrit Maiager of the Panama benefit starts.
City .So qarSecurity Office, said Gamble suggests that disabled
today. : widows who are between 50 and
Gamble said f that before recent 60 years of age contact the social
changes' i the'daw a widow could security office to file a claim for
get monthly checks before age 61 .social security benefits. The wi-
PonI if'shkEhad:in her care a child dow should bring evidence of her-
entitled 'to benefits on her hus- age, her marriage record, her so-
band's record.-.Now, a widow who cial security number, and the so-
*is unable' to work because of a dis- cial security number of her de-
abilityma-y be-able to get monthly ceased husband.
cbhks as early as. age 50. The social security office for
Tp.qu-lify, the widow must be this area is located at 1135 Hqrri-
at least 50i years of age and have son Avenue, Panama City, Florida
a piysical or mental impairment 32401. The telephone number is
that..prevents her from doing any 763-5331. 'The office is open Mon-
work". day through Friday from 8:30 a.m.
The.amount of, the benefit is re- to 4:30 p.m., except on national
la4teo, to thB worker's earnings un- holidays.
county Agent s
B6 CUBIE LAIRD, County Agent
Most of us like bargains. But trials, be s
before you' rush off to the store points:
*vit at,. L a miiL qa d a f r nl a + ma. _
ure to consider these
1 A "bargain" is only a bargain if
you get something that gives
enough personal satisfaction to
make you feel it was worth the
money needed to purchase it.
Therefore, a cut-rate "special" may
be a very unwise purchase for the
I Good bargains do exist within
the retail nursery trade, but how
do you know if you're really get-
ting a' bargain. The first rule is to
always buy quality. Uuless the nur-
seryman has been quality-con-
scious throughout his entire oper-
ation, the plant may not be a bar-
gain at any price.
Plants will always cost more
than their purchase price. After
purchasing, a homeowner must
plant the tree or shrub, and this
'involves more money for peat
moss, topsoil, fertilizer, tools, and
other materials. Keeping this in
mind, if a plant fails to survive be-
.cause of poor production and hand.
ling before you bought it, it's no
bargain. In fact, you've lost money.
The easiest way to be assured of
good quality plant materials is to
always deal with a local establish-
ed and reputable nurseryman. To
help identify a.bargain the next
time you are in the market for
nursery stock, ask yourself the fol-
Can you recognize quality nur-
sery stock? If not, does the firm
have a good reputation for quality?
Are the plantssagged and iden-
tifiable with specific variety
THE STAR, Port Sj. Joe. Florida THURSDAY, September 19, 1968 PAUtE THBEk
DRE S S c .e.ve o IFor Men and Young Men
DR S S3 And LE5 NY oNDays Feature!ovlyrH $6.00 and $7.00 Values
$ NYLON 'HOSE $5.pr
Values up to $15.00 in this Sellout Group. You I ),
can't afford to miss these fabulous savings. Tailored by Campus and Wright. Boyles gives
( __ I spcia 4 sale' I i you the largest selection in the city ...
SSpecial Coat Sale!
Junior & Missy Styles Plain or mesh knit ... Fall shades. Boy's brushed or-
SCAR COATS Limit 4 pairs. Ionstretcha nd nylon
$14.00C3 an Ser S 0 X 0pr
DRESS COATS M. Worth079cXpr.
S$16.00y Fabulous Nylon 2 pr. $1.00
Boyles shopped the mar- SATIN SLIPS Sizes 6 to 8!'2, 9
V uket to bring you 'more in to 11. Excellent
quality and style color assortments
s S peiao Ch Sle! B b o Full or Hip Length. Junior or
$ DayS Saving n Childres or Missy Sizes Special Purchase of Men's Hanes
UNDIESS .OAS.t Banlon Shirts
UNY.. S to1 COTTONN SLIPS
Spencer's Double Knit (4 Layer Croth) Ladies Sizes
$ PANTIES 4 pr. $1.00 2 or $3.00 each
SShadow panel., Wide eyelet trim.-
GRLCOTTON-Sizes to 4 32 to 52. $. -00" "c
GIRL'S COTTON Sizes 4 to 14 A Light or dark colors Mock turtle and
SUPS------ 2 for 1.00 turtle necks ... Slight irregulars of $5.00
shirts. Short sleeves. $
l I/ Ladies FOOTWEAR of QUALITY ( LOAFERS $5.00 SHIRTS
S3 $ T An $ IT Tax Included. Sizes for Ladies and Girls 2 for $3.00
S$3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 a Boy's Leather V/2 to 12. Several colors.
Casual and dress styles. colors can be worn LOAFERS & OXFORDS $4.00 r.
year round. Many narrow widths. Val. to $12.99 pr LOAFRCS & O R
Values up to $1.29 individually styled ,10 DISCOUNT
of Boy's Perma Press
$ Purchase! Men's 60% Dacron/Cotton | i)
See the city's larg-Most desired colors Sizes
est style and size Sm., Med., Lge., Ex. Lge.
collection. A splendid selection of fall col-
ors Sizes to 16. O S --- SIZES $4.'00
1 Children's Cardigan You'll say they look far
or Slip-over more expensive
SWEATERS Sizes I to 14 S
Including Tax Children's Cotton
Sz. Ses 12 mos. to Flannel Me' "H C In .
14 Years W KUT S -
,P 'r* + years. \Full cut, Sanforized khaki or gray .. Pants
$ rJ / r "2 Complete Stores In szes up to 42.
TELEPHONE 227-4261 PORT ST. JOE, ,LORIDA 4REID AVENTIM -
Are the sales people able and L. Freeman said recently that ru- under the act include housing loan one percent.
willing to offer opinions on what ral Americans will share fully in interest supplement payments for The actual amount a low-income
plants might best fill your needs the new housing and community families with inqomnes too low to family would have to pay would de-
in the landscaping? planning programs which the act meet in full the amnbrtized loan pay- pend on its income and the size of
Do you have a varied choice of created. It's part of the effort to ments on individual rural housing the family.
sizes, colors, and shapes from remove all substandard housing in loans. Here's a tentative plan which
which to choose? the United States within ten years. has been proposed for computing
i Theinterest suppntement plannq
What type of guarantee is men- This includes about three million The interest supplement plan if anapplicent qualifies for thein-
tioned, and is the salesman willing sub-standard houses in rural areas seeks to pt adequate housing with- terest supplement, and if so, how
to discuss any inquiries you make Floridians, who have their shate in reach of lowerincome families n much the supplement will be:
about guarantees? of. substandard houses, might pur- y'reducing their loan or rent pay- The applicant's scheduled annual
sue the possibilities of the act by ments., interest and principal installment
The new Housing and Urban De- contacting local offices of the A minimum requirement is that on the loan based on 5% percent
velopment Act of 1968 isn't just Farmer's Home Administration.' a home-ownership borrower who (assumed), plus annual real estate
for people living in cities. People A rural area, for purposes of the doesn't have enough income to pay taxes and insurance, will be added.
living in rural areas also come un- new act, includes not only the his loan installments in full will The difference, if any between
der the provisions of the bill. countryside, but also towns of less pay at least the amount that would total and 20 percent of the family's
Secretary of Ariculture, Orville than 5,500 people. New services be due if the interest rate were gross income (less a $300 allow-
ance for each dependent child) will
The applicant's annual install-
ment will be determined as if the
loan were made on the basis of a
one percent interest rate. Then the
difference between a one-percent-
rate installment and the scheduled
installment will be calculated.
The interest supplement granted
will be the smaller of the two "dif-
For example, if a family of five
children and an annual gross in-
come of $3,000 applied for an $8,
000 rural housing loan, the inter-
est supplement should be $229 a
yeai based on the interest rate as-
sumption made above and assumed
taxes of $100 and insurance of $45.
The borrower would then make
monthly payments, including prin.
cipal and interest of about $24 -
much less than he'd pay without
the interest supplement.
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PAGE FOUR 1MB STAR. .'ert St. Joe, Florid. THURSDAY, September 19., 1968
SPECIALS FOR SEPTEMBER 18, 19, 20 and 21
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'DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL
5 No... 303
Gold Corn 5p3
DEL MONTE EARLY
Garden PEAS 5CANS
JUICE' 3 CANS
AT RICH'S IGA, WE
SELL GRADE "A" CHICKENS ONLY!
GRADE 'A' GA. or FLA. WHOLE
ALL FLAVORS IGA
ICE CRE A M
G, ttDEL MONTS WEEPSTAKES
Go anywhere In the Amhricaa and tao up to 5 persons along. Just clip
the Del Monte Items from this ad and pick up entry blanks In our stora
.AMM1 1 ______
BISCUIT S ------6 pak ctn. 49c
PARKAY OLEO ------- 1 Ib. pkg. 29c
S3AFT MERICAN SINGLES
SLICED CiESE-------12 oz. pkg. 59c,
DEL MONTE FRUIT
No. 303 0
DEL MONTE .
Chunk TUNA 3 oz- 89c
[GA SANDWICH 20 OZ. LOAVES
BR-EAD--.--2 loaves 49c
DEL MONTE TOMATO
-S 3$ 00
( CANS .$
VICKS FORMULA 44 REG. $1.19
BOTTLE 0 C
, BICKS REG. 59c
VAPORUB --------.... 11/2 oz. jar 49c
MOUTHWASH REG. 75c
LAV 0 RIS--------8 oz. btl. 65c
VICKS SINEX REG. $1.29
NASAL SPRAY -- 15
FIELD PEAS O SQUASH
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GEORGIA HOME GROWN
SAVE EVEN MORE AT RICH'S WHEN
YOU PURCHASE A $10.00 ORDER
1 DOZEN LARGE or 2 DOZEN SMALL
WITH $10.00 ORDER or MORE
Grade 'A' EGGS FREE!
MAXWELL HOUSE With $10.00 Order
COFFEE --- 1I lb. can 58c
IGA With $10.00 Order or More
MAYONNAISE _-, qt. 39c
ROBIN, HOOD -i With $10.00 Order or More
FL UR-- 5 lb. bag 491,
COLD POWER With $10.00 Order or More
Detergent gt. siz6 59c
[GA CANNED With $10.00 Order or More
DRINKS 15 cans $1.00
Including New Brown Sugar Cinnamon
FRYER LEGS, THIGHS or
DRUMSTICKS ----------- l Ib. 49c
GRADE A FRYER
LEG QUARTERS ----------lb.
: GRADE A FRYER
BREAST QUARTERS -------- Ib.
GRADE A FRYER
CHICKEN BACKS ---- 4 Ibs. 69c
BONELESS HAMS-- 3 lb. can $2.69
GROUND BEEF ------ 3 lbs. $1.47
COPELAND ALL MEAT
B0 L 0 G N A --------1 lb. pkg. 59c
TABLERITE, SWIFT'S or FROSTY MORN 12 Oz. PKG.
FRANKFURTERS ---- -2 pkgs. 89c
2 Lb. f'f
IDEL MONTEROUND-II SALE
DEL MONTE CRUSHED or SLICED
GERBER PULL-ON REG. 49c SAVE 10c!
MOUNTAIN GROWN FIELD
CO RN--- 6 big ears 49c
LARGE BUNCHES GEORGIA
_ 3 bags $1.00
IGA FROZEN FLORIDA '
3 12 OZ.
HANDY PACK CRINKLE CUT
2 lb. bdig29t
MORTON CHOC., COCONUT, LEMON
CREAM PIES -------- 3 pkgs. 89c
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
cc btl. $1.09
-ri STAR, Oot St. Joe. Florida. THURSDAY, September 19, 1968
SAVE CASH AT,'RICH'S -I NOT STAMPS
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, September 19, 1968 PAGE FIVE.
Junior Varsity.Cheerleaders: Left, from front Charlotte Graham, Wyvonne, Griffin, Lynn Knox
to back: JanPiterson, Patty Parker,, Midge How- and Carol Parker.
eli, ,Holly Hendrix. Right, from front to back: -Star plhoto
nu r oVarsity Cheerleaders Ready for 1968 Grid Season
u.Ji'pior t,'-Osity cheerleader the town behind them. schedule for the 1968-69 sea-
capt in, 4Crol" .Parker, invites The Junior Varsity cheerlead- son is -as follows:
i b.'.!t6 .ta Ilook at the Port ers would like to extend a cor- September 26, Wewahi'chka, T
St.' oS.-i iS&hool Junior Var- dial invitation to everyone, not October3, Blountst6wn, H
qity nChe& eIers as they pre- just the boys' parents and stt-'W October 10, Quincy, H
pare -to' jostt'the J. V. team to dents. but all the people of Port October 17, Wewahitchka H
,. victory tis 'ar. St. Joe. October 28, Quincy,. T
S. .' -t Thb Junior Variity football Nbvember 7, Blountstown, T
SThe.Qt h Cheerlepders, Holly "
Hendrix, Knox, Charlotte
Grahamr-,Jan Peterson, Midge BrinSOn W it
Howell, Wyvonne Griffin and Brrcl Meets W ith Mrs. COX
Patti P4 .41a remind the citi-
Pat Pr t.a Joe to support The Maude Brinson 'Circle of'the nial will be held by the Circle on
zen of-Po supp WSCS of the First Methodist Tuesday, October 1 at 3:00 p.m.
the Jr. Varsity team. Church met in the home of Mrs ,
S -' ', .. .-' A Guild and WSCS Charter meet-
For the past three years, the Kenneth Cox, Monday. ing will be held O'ober 28 at 8:00
attendance', at- the J. V. games Mrs. 0. 'M. Sell, circle chairman, p.m. On September 23 at 9:00 a.m.
has .' lieh'discouragingly low. opened the.meeting with a prayer a Bazaar work day is scheduled.
The cheerleaders think everyone and Mrs. J. B. Griffith presented October is "Activity Month" and
should renicmber that the J. V.'s the program, "Believe In Indian s were made.
are the future varsity teams and People". The meeting was closed with. the
the boys need to know they have A Call to Prayer and Self De- benediction. 1
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If you want one good reason
for switching to electric
.water heating, here it is:
You, get a lower electric rate.
gahiaTiiovi,.l^.^Br :'' r. :-:.Y-,, aSSBit^ ir T'^
*1f you're one of these
applied for our water I
* pleasenotify our near
If you have applied, "
bill means youI'e now
Homes with electric water heaters get the
new low rate of 11/4 cents per kilowatt-hour
on one-quarter of.rll electricity used in
excess of 180 kwh per month not just on
electricity for water heating.
They're always in hot water. You will be, too,
ifyou put in a Q-R electric water heater.
(Q-R stands for "quick recovery" means the ho:
water you use is speedily replaced.) Another
reason is it's flameless so clean and safe.
And if you want one good reason for
switching NOW, here it is:
Sand have not
11'H-DC" on your
We'll give an installation allowance of $25
to residential customers w'ho replace flame-type
with electric water heaters between now
and September 30th.
Your plumbing contractor or appliance dealer
will arrange with us to give you this allowance
Then you'll be billed at the new low rate
and save on electric bills every month.
There seems to be more than one good reason
w ny now i Le time to .
to Q-R flameless
F /FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
/ YOUR TAX-PA VING, INVESTOR-OWNED ELECTRIC COMPANY
by SUSIE BINION
The annual Keyette initiation Sue Ken
for new members, was held
Wednesday. The new members The v\
inducted were Judy Adkinson, scored_ a
Cathy Boone, Barbara Branch, game '
*Angie Butts, Carol Grace, Kay was the
Holland, Laura Guilford, Nancy John Le
Richards,- Lenohr Smith, Kathy with Ri
Sutton, and Brenda Wall. Dress- coach. I
ed by the old Keyette members, was Co
the new ones experienced a day Lewter.
of complete embarrassment. As Student
another part of the initiation, the ball was
new members were required to was had
play in the powder-puff foot-
ball game Weddesday afternoon. A hbo
Everyone in the school shared In held Thu
the fun. adjoining
The Junior Class officers were be ther
elected for the year 1968-69. Se- Keyettes
elected to be the leaders of their charging
class were, Kay Holland, Presi- blows' o:
dent; Judy Stone, Vice-President; against a
Shirley Cantley, Secretary; and wa's col
Ladies Bowling League There
Begins Season's Play ed by ti
The Gulf County Ladies Bowling Breed"
League got underway Wednesday;
September 12 with the following
results of the first night's play.'
E. L. Amisori 4, Team Four, 0;
Team Seven 3% and St. Joe Fur-
niture %; Carpettes 4 and AN -
Railroad 0; Whitco, Inc., 4 and'
Williams Alley Kats, 0.
Lois Smith led the E. L. Amison
team with a 199. game and Verna
Burch had a 491"series. Patsy Coo-
ley was high scorer for Team Four
with a 394 series. .Sue Moore of
Team Seven had 451 points and
Opal Howard led St. Joe Furni-
ture with 411. Delores Cox of the r
Carpettes bowled 346 and Mar-
guerite Scheffer racked up 283 for
the AN Railroad. Mary Brown
rolled a 488 total- for Whitco, Inc.,
and Eleanor Williams led the Wil-
liams Alley Kats with a 419.
Even better results .are expect-
ed next week.
Friday Workers Are
Named for Thrift Shop
The Thrift Shpp will be opened
Friday, Septemebr 20, from 3 to
5 P.M. The workers wilt be Mrs.
J. Lamar Miller and Mrs. Tom
Parker. For Pick-up of any dona-
tions please call Mrs. G. S. Croxton
7-8346, Mrs. W. 0. Anderson 9-
3876, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor 7-3701,
Mrs. Pete Ivy 648-3806, or Mrs. I
James Guilford, Sr., 648-4842.
Time Again for
GRACEVILLE, Fla. Florida's
Williamses, known throughout the
nation as America's Happiest Fami-
ly, will hold their 66th annual re-
union October 5 on the picturesque
grounds of a small country church
founded by one of their forebears.
Somp 2,000 kinsmen are expected
to gather at the Galilee Methodist .
Church which is' turned over to the ,
family for the day. '
Florida's political elite are ex-
pected also. With 25,000 relatives
throughout the state, the Williams
family is considered a must on any
serious candidate's list.
The day-long program, beginning
at 11 a.m., includes prayers for
the dead, recognition of famous .
relatives, recognition of those who
traveled the greatest distances, pre-
sentation of new kinsmen, hymns,
speeches and old-fashioned dinner--
Food is served by the ton on a
table five feet wide by 250 feet
long strung between tall pines over
a carpet of grass and pine need-
This .year's program is a contin-
Oation of last year's, which high.
lighted incidentst'in the lives of the i
children of the family progenitor;
Andrew Elton Williams, who sef-
tied Jackson County in 1822. H
This year's speakers will de- i
scribe the lives of the second five
of the 23 children, Creacy, George,'
Martha, Owen and Rebecca.
Andrew Elton 'Williams' de-
scendants have figured prominent-
ly in all levels of government, in-
eluding District Judge John Rawls
of Tallahassee; State Treasurer
Broward Williams; State Supreme
Court Justice Alto Adams, retired;
countless members of the Legisla-
ture and city and county govern-
,ments over the years.
arsity cheerleaders spon-
a powder-puff football
Wednesday afternoon. It
R Rah-Rahs with coach
'wis :versus the Be-Bops
chard Morlock as their
Refereeing for the girls
ach Taylor and Coach
Drinks were sold by the
Council. Not much foot-,
played but a lot of fun
2-fire pep rally will be
irsday night on the field
g the football field. The
ders and the band will
e to lead everyone. The
s will have a car smash
g a quarter for three
f the sledge hammer a.
n old car painted in We-
ors. Everyone come. and
will be a dance sponsor-
the Student Council after
ball game Friday night.
ind will be the "Young
R. W. Smith's Visit
Back On Job
Robert W. Smithof 215 9th. St. District Scout Executive Jim
Port St. Joe, Visited the Ford Motor Moore of the Lake Sands District,
Company Pavilion at HemisFair'68 Boy Scouts of America, has just
in San Antonio, Texas on August returned from an extended tour
21. at Camp Euchee, nead DeFuniak
The Ford exhibit aSprings. Mr. Moore was camp di-
The Ford exhibit at HemisFair'rector from June 15 through Au-
features a unique "movie-in-the- re.._r r un 15 through A
features a unque movie gust 8. He was the father of a new
round" portraying Ford activities aby girl on July 9 and took that-
worldwide. Visitors also enjoy a week off o be with, the mother
novel Ford "car parts band" that and new ba .
.eems to play music but actually baby.
consists of instruments made en- Moore also attended the Nation-
tirely from car and truck parts al Boy Scout training conference
that swing and sway to the beat of August 2 through September 2
recorded music. at Colorado State University locat,
emisFair'68 is a $,, ed at Fort Collins, Colorado.
HeiisFair'68 is a $156,000,000 ______ ,
World's Fair on 92.6 acres in down-
town San Antonio. It is the first i. ... -' ENDIX
international exposition ever heldENDR
in the southern half of the United ATTENDING CONVENTION
States. The six-months-long fiesta Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hendrix:
runs through October 6,1968. are presently attending the '20th
In addition to the Ford exhibit annual convention and scientific
HemisFair has displays, re- assembly of the AmericanAcade-
staurants and entertainment repre- my of General Practice in Las
senting39 nations and 18 industrial Vegas. Dr. Hendrix is an officer of
-and institutional exhibitors. the Florida Academy of General
Practice and Chairman of its Com
S) mittee of Hospitals. The high-lighi
LEAVE FOR COLLEGE of the assembly will be 48 seper
S, ate clinical seminars and lectures
Beth and Cecelia Creech left presented by the faculty of the Un-
Monday to enroll at Asbury College diversity of Utah Medical School.
in Wilmore, Kentucky. Beth Is a
senior and Cecelia a freshman at The Academy ,of General Prac-
the college. They are the ldaugh- twice requires continuing Postgra-
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Creech. I duate study for membership.
and Carps joins the celebration with a
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by Mrs. W. C. Gobdson, chairman.
W U Crcle MeetS Mrs. L. R. Holiday gave the call
I. Cir e .. ,M to prayer naming missionaries on
W ith M rs D nioll 'the prayer calendar. Mrs. Sara
Smith led the-prayer.
.Ircle No. 3 of the Woman' tMrs. Mary Parker, WMS' presi-
rcle No 3 of e Wom dent for 1968-69 church year of
Missionary Union of the First Bap- .WMH work was present and made
twist Church met Monday, in the announcement the leader
home of Mrs. Emmett Damell on a ou et the a e
'n ." ship, course to be held at West
hurth Street for the last circle Florida' Baptist Assembly grounds
peting of the current church near Panama Cit September 20
' e' t o lrrand 21
' The meeting was called to order ."
After a brief business session,
road career in 1902 working as a e meeting was turned over to
fireman on the Glynville Ba. tt gram charm pan, Mrs. Ented the
--.,--A ;- Imett Daniell.:wh, presented the
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Toombs
IBrinson' of Port SL Joe were
"Honored .at a' 'quiet dinner and
celebration. last -Thursday eve-
ning on the observance of their
65th. year':of 'eparriage.
The Brins'ons, are natives of
Georgia. Mrs. Brinson was born
in Pinetucky, Georgia, Novem-
ber 1, 1884 and Mr. Brinson was
born in Swainsboro, Georgia on,
August 17, 1879. The couple was
married on "August 31, 1903 in
Swainsboro, Georgia. -'
Mr. Brinson is a retired rail-
road engineer. He began his rail-
road. He retired in 1940 as an
engineer on the Sherwood Rail-
road which runs from Egypt to
Claxton, Georgia. The Brinsons
were living in Brooklet, Georgia
on his retirement and moved to
Port St. -Joe shortly after, where
they have made their home at
517 10th Street ever since.
The Brinsons were feted .at a
seafood dinner last Thursday in
observance of their milestone of
married life. The dinner was giv-
en by their sons and families,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brinson of'
Port St., Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Brinson of West Palm Beach.
Other children of the Brinsons
are Clarence Carlyle Brinson of
Thomasville, Ga., Willard 0.
Brinson of Tampa, James Brin-
son of Pensacola and Itt. Col.
Robert Brinson of Alexandria,
.Va. All of the Brinson's children
are still living.
Carol Johnson and Patrick Lee Pelham,lr., Are United In
Marriage Thursday, August 29 In Imipteisive Ceremony
,' Carol Johnson, daughter 6f Mr. Woodham of Campbellton was
and Mrs. Samuel Durelle Jo! otr'.mPmid of honor. Attendants were
of Campbellton, and Patri,s. James W. Kelly of Merritt
Pelham, Jr., son of Mr. andi.land, sister of the groom; Miss
Patrick Lee Pelham, Sr. of Gxg*- Paula Jean Turner of Gracevillt,
ville, were married Thursday Au- 'cusin of the groom; and Mrs. Clay
gust 29 in the First Methodist' Harris of Graceville. Miss Renee
Church of Graceville. i, Costin of Port St. Joe, cousin of the
The Rev. Jake Brown performed bride, was junior bridesmaid, and
the 7:30 ceremony. A program of. Miss Sonya 'Barfield of Chipley
.c _.- = wedding music, was presented by1 served as flower girl.
Mrs. Geralcd Granger, organist, and. The attendants wore identicil
B ~Miss Bonnie Sue Knight, who"sang. floor-length gowns of pink peau
"Whither Thou Goest" and .."The de soie with, re-embroidered lace
Lord's Prayer." Church decorations j ac k ets featuring bell-shaped
included arrangements of White sleeves and scalloped necklines.
S- gladioli and chrysanthemums a- Their headpieces were tiered veils
--- against a background of fern, flank- of pink tulle and they carried cas-
-- .. ed by floor candelabra holding cade of pink carnations. The flower
-- burning white tapers. girl carried a lace basket filled
'^H^ The bride, given.in. marriage by ,ith rose petals.
h- ber father, wore an empire *A-lin. Mr. Pelham, Sr., served as best
S_ .' gown of silk ogganza -.apinl an.for his -&ni.-JUshers,.were Stan-
with medallions of re-embroidered ley Johnson 'of'Campbellton, bro-
B-- lace accented 7with- seed pearls -ther of the bride; James W. Kelly
and sequins. A detachable' traiii f Merritt Island; Jim Bass of Pen-
was attached to a bow above the sacola; and Michael Toole and Vir-
S_ waistline. Her cathedral-length silk gil Mixson of Graceville. Pat and
illusion veil, handmade by her mo- Dan Burdeshaw of Graceville, twin
their, was edged with lace and held cousins of the groom, carried
S- ^- by a satin pillbox. She carried a heart-shaped pillows bearing the
bouquet of white carnations and wedding rings.
._ stephabotis centered with a white, Mrs.' Johnson chose for her
orchid. I daughter's wedding a'yellew crepe
... Mrs. Ralph Armstrong of Gaines-' sheath with a re-embroidered lace
ville, cousin of the bride, was ma- coat and matching accessories. Mrs.
tron of honor, and Miss Karen Pelham wore a blue faille sheath
'with lace jacket and matching ac-
cessories. Both mothers wbre white
GlowIn hurricane lamps lighted
'thewalkway nto the fellowship
hall of th' church where, the
N bride's parents entertainect t a
Mrs. J. D. G Fik and rs. V.
M Ray Mixson greetddThe guests atnU
t presented them to flie teeiv;ng
ae M. ad line composed of the bri'de a id
groom and their parents and Mtilhe
S- bride's attendants.
SThe fellowship hall depicted a
garden setting with its many group-
S-- ings of tropical palms, polished
-_---" _magnolia foliage, ferns illifninated
I-by hurricane lamps.
--- --. -All refreshment tables were
_covered with pink:net cloths over
_pink taffeta. The bride's tablewas
.' catered with a three tiered white
--frosted cake decorated with gar-
lands of pink and topped with a
--- -minature bride and groom. Tiny
white swansseparated the tiers.
On the groom's table was a two
tiered chocalate cake topped .with
-. -wedding bells flanked iat othe side
with a sterling silver' coffee 'ser-
vice, a gift of'the young couple.
Donnie Adamns played appropri-
ate tplano 'selections during 'theI
evening. Others assisting in en-
tertaining and hospitalities were,
Mrs. WaynetMixson of Marianna,
Mrs. Duane Johnson of Cbipley.
Mrs,'Ceeil Costin, Jr. of Port St.
Joe,4 Mrs. J. E- Fillingim, Miss Sa-
rah Doris Gilbert, Miss Marthe
H e n I e y- of Campbellion, Mrs.
French Mixso, Mrs. Juanita Wil-
Engagement Announced Mrs. A. D., Campbell, Mrs.
E g,.nt nrge,Crace,*ifrs. Frank Harri-
M ,Mrs. John H. Trner, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jordan, an- The wedding will be November Hadiey-Hinscrn, Mrs. lik'e Toole,
u heenggementoofteir 28 at 4:00 P.MV, at the First Metho- Ivr-Clifford Pelham, Mrs, Lester
.daughterhiondn,Beno to Homer dist Church in Port, St. Joe. ""4.hng, Mrs: Bona Johnson, Miss
R. Atchison, of' Port St. Joe whose
parents are Mr. and Mrs. lomer `.20--i rienT 'ofthe couple are in- Sara Hinson, an M iss Lyn Miller,I
ehison,arJr.1 t.. an. Mh iss Jakie Jones, and Miss Patrician
tchison, Jr.1m.,,....: ., vte..dto..atgn( .... -Grfeiville. Dainty pink-
topic, "Studying for Service". De-
veloping the program were Mrs.
L. B. Holiday, Mrs. Vere Davis,
Mrs. Myrtice Smith, Mrs. Lola Cos-
tin and-Mrs. Addi- Goodson.
. The meeting wa closed with a
prayer led by three ladies, Mrs.
Holiday, Mrs. Costin and Mrs.
THE STAR, OiOt ft. J", Florida THURSDAY, September 19, 1968 PAGE SEVEN
e CO t O ADOPTION. ANNOUNCEMENT
'Be Ch Sco t n Pentecostal Women .Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bussma
C T r of Tallahassee, announce the arri-
mping I rT p AMe/t Monday val of a daughter, Laura Francis
M r of M IVIecUBeUUy ah T ppn July 15. Maternal grandparents
Members of Mexico Beach Troop are Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gilbert of
303 went on a family camping trip The Woman's Auxiliary of the Port St. Joe. Laura is .the great
this past week end at Camp Mil..Pentecostal Holiness Church on granddaughter of Mrs. Ethel West-,
lergren., Each Scouthad to cook Garrison Avenue! held their regu-, brook and the great great grand-
for his parents. lar 'monthly meeting last Monday daughter of Mrs. Ida Davis Bos-
Parents .who participated were night at the church. After the call well, all of Port St. Joe. ,
Sam Harmon, C. E. Wall, Mrs. I. to order by the Auxiliary Presi-
Hanna and family, Mrs: G. Biggins, dent, Mrs. Maxine Money, Mrs. CARD QF THANKS
and Mrs. C: Tate. Jean McClamma was in charge bf wohe .amil of Mrs. Ruth Kee -
Scoutmasters who Were present the devotion. She took her scrip- .wuld ie to exp-ess their -
were SM Tate, ASM Biggins, ASM tures from different parts of the cere appreciation tb the nursing
Beatty and Jr. ASM Jimmy Flint. Bible and talked to the ladies on personnel of Municial Hospital
Scouts who attended were: John the importance of being, obedient aid to Dr. Wane Hendrix for
Arnold.,John tianna, Bubba Har- to God and his work. their attentiveness dUring her
mon, LarrTate,Beny Whitfied, All oied together to sing the illness. The kindness expressed
Rodney Whitfield, ie.Whitfield. Auxiliary song, Working and during her illness and death will
Ronnie Turner, ChuclStrobel, Da- Serving". The secretary, Mrs. Pat, greatly be remember as genuine
vid Strobel, Raymond Hart, Martin Atkins gave her report. Plans concern and thoughtfulness.
Biggins and Ronnie Biggins. were made to give the Pastor, Rev. I -, o_ .,, s be_ w.,
RONNIE BIGGINS Jim, Gosnell, a surprise birthday Mayh God'soublessings with
Troop Scribe party after Wednesday night ser- Gradc y Kels
vices. Plans were also made for a I'. -" I t .. "
future bake sale which will bean- ,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keels
nouned ata lat da.d i r. and Mrs. CharlieD. Spears
SThemeqeting wa closed ..,- 'Mrs. Busby Bailey and-Family
prayer and all ehjoyed. a social
hour thatfollowed. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
Miss, L'riaeth Lane and Robert Hutto
Whitl a||re Married In Louisiana
T'he Braadni~ Methodist Mrs. J. D. Lane of Cittronelle,
Church 'of Baton Rouge, La., was, Ala.
,the setting for the wedding of Miss Linda McNeill of Port St.
Miss Laura Beth Lane and Rob- Joe served as one of the tea
ert Hutto Whitlock on' Saturday, girls.
August 17 at 11:00 a.m.
The Rev. Barry Bailey qfficiat-.
ed at the double ring service.. -
The bride is the daughter: of
Mr. and Mrs: John Morris Lane;
formerly of Port St. Joe,' and the
granddaughter of Mrs. Verna M.
Smith of Port St. Joe. The bride-
groom is the son of Keith Cane-
ron Whitlock of Arcadih and the
late Mrs. Louise Durrance Whit-
Preceding -the ceremony the
candles were lighted by the
bride's brother,' John Brent I"ane
and her cousin, Jim McNeU. of
Port St. Joe.
Mrs. James McNeill of Port
St. Joe, aunt of the bride, alter-
nated at the registry.
Assisting in hostess duties .was
the bride's grandmother, Mrs.,
Verna Smith of Port St. Joe, and
Mr. Flood, Married
SMrs. Elizabeth Montgomnery'
Sil k. D. Flood, both of Port St.
Jd@o' 1'Wre married Friday, Sep-
tembfe 13 in the First Baptist
The ceremony was performed
by Rev. C. l yron. Smith, pastor
of the church. ',
net rice bags were given the guests
by Elizabeth Henley, Belinda Hen-
ley, Sarah Burdeshaw.
Mrs. Gene Burdeshaw bade fare-
well to the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Pelham
entertained at an' after rehearsal
dinner for the young couple, mem-,
bers of the wedding'party and out-
of-town guests at,ithe Leon Motel
Restaurant Wednesday evening.
Dinner was served buffet style
and guests were seated at 'an E-
shaped table. Centering the table,
where the bride and groom were
seated was an elongated arrange-
ment of pink carnations, white.
mums and lacey fern. Approximate-
ly 60 guests attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ramsey of
Birmingham, Ala., announce the
arrival of a son, David.Dubuc on
September 5. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Heuser of Arling-'
ton, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Ramsey of Porie f.de.
PRES .l :MS
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C"YO S T IN 'Sre of fashion"
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'- a ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brinson Feted
On Their 65th Wedding Anniversary
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COMFORTR FUNERAL HOME
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St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.,
"Call Someone Long Distance"
Florida First National Bank
Ir at PORT ST. JOE .
West Florida Gas and Fuel Co.
"Our Rolling Pipelines Never End"
DANLEY FURNITURE CO.
"Make Your House A Home"
Port St. Joes, 1968 Edition
left to right, front row: Perky W
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McFarland, Don Jamison, Jimm
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COST'S DEPARTMENT STORE
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CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
2 Pharmacists On Duty
GULF SERVICE STATION
Aubrey R. Tomlinson
1968 SHARK FOOTBALL SQUAD
n of The Starks. From row: Bob Burch, Jimmy Davis, Adrian Gant, Buddy Boy-
Thite, Terry Parrish; Don- ette, Mike Wimberly, Joe McLeod, George Anchors. Not
e Gainnie, Dennis Atchi- present when picture was made: Ricky Lovett, Mike Bur-
w: David Maddox, Larry kett, Edlie Holland, Charles Smith, Steve Adams, Terry
y Lancaster, Robert No- Parrish, Glen Harper, Ricky Robertson and David Lang-
son, Charles Britt. Back ston. ---Star photo'
GE G. TAPPER CO., Inc. ST. JOE ECON-0-WASH
General Contractors and MARfY CARTER PAINT STQRE
GLIDDEN COMPANY RAFFIELD'S FISHERIES, Inc.
division of SCM Corporation "Serving Seafood to the South"
ON INSURANCE AGENCY J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
lent Insurance Agent 'Phone 227-2011 STANDARD OIL COMPANY"
federal Savings & Loan Assn. SWATT'S & PARKER MOTOR CO.
the 10th .. Earn from the 1st New and Used Cars Auto Repairs
. JOE ICE COMPANY THE DAIRY BURGER
DIXIE SEAFOOD COMPANY Enjoy A Sandwich and A Shake After the Game
BILL'S HARDWARE ST. JOE NATURAL GAS CO., Inc.
Sherwin-Williams Paint Live Better With Natural Gas
N' I L
l-,. ,I .
TM il TARk Port St. Jo, Florida THURSDAY, September, 19, 1968 .
Mont.J ^, o oriented series, sponsored jointly tober A.D., 1968, the Defendant, reference thereto.
iiv lm ilent COUrSe I by the company and the public li- DORiTHY MAY TAYLOR s re- NOTICE IS FURTHER EBY Mrs. Ken Cox HosteHl
|Sf.'1 .-:." ...-*r b,-._,, quired to serve upon JAMES R. GIVEN that the re-registration Mrs.I K |e nn oA IIU9It ;
A L brary' HANSFORD, Plaintiff's Attorney, books of Gulf County, Florida, will Yeao l w
j. W!M g'.L|*rour Reservations are limited to 30 whose address Is P. 0. Box 283, be kept open for the re-registra- if An r n i
"I'-?U individuals, and can be made by Panama City, Florida, a copy of, tion of the qualified electors who Year for Xi Epsilo
'A s" InvestmentCourse" will calling the librr at 2924021 and file with the 'Clerk of the are freeholders residing in Gulf
he-lt at Cthe'?ort St. Joe Public court the original of and answer County for and during the period Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of
S e ort t Joe Publc to the BiU of Complaint for divorce beginning with and including Sep- Beta Sigma Phi held- its first
staringWenesday, Sep. filed against him. member 16, 1968, and ending with regular meeting of th~ year, Sep
[ 25thatcA30,P.M. | I i 1 Witness my hand and seal of and including October 19, 1968, at ;eglar me, ateth'o me ofars, be
Sf: !,,.lU ".. :UF i Af il A flV said Court, at Port St. Joe Gulf the office of the Supervisor of member 3, at the home of Mrs.
The'hilm,of A". Edwards and l i UV. County, Florida, this 3rd day of Elections of Gulf County, in the Ken Cox of Bellamy Circle at
Sons, i- ~c. 'a Cit in'co September, A.D., 1968. County Courthouse in the City of 8:00 P.M., with 14 members press.
Operation with e public library, iIN GEORGE Y. CORE Fort St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, ent.
.--. IN ~THE CIRCUIT COURT, Clerk of Circuit Court between the hours of 9:00 o'clock
is- offering a series-of three even- FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-9-5 AM. to 12:00 'o'clock noon and '
ings of generaI '4restment instrue- CUIT OF T STATE OF H from 1:00 o'clock P.M. until 5:00 ter the power to issue bonds slhal
tio nofi Sept .25;-ct.'2.and.Oct. 9 FLORIDA,INAND FOR GULF NOTICE- o'clock P.M. on"each day in said be based upon the approval of the
according to G l C.. COUNTY.CASE NO. 3119 NOT, neriod except Sundays and legalmajority of the votes cast inan
a .ng Go AdGEald R. Casotardo, JERRY EUGENE TAYLOR, NOTICE OF RE-REGISTRATION eclidays electiSna in which a majrity of
manager of A.A.- ,Eawards office Plaintiff, 'OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS 1MHO
a f P6 director -ARE ntiff, RE EHOLDERS RESIDING ny person ho is a qualified the qualified electors who are free.
an J.,,Pao" tton director 'of ORTHY MAY TAYLOR IN GULF COUNTY FOR THE PUR- elector and freeholder residing in holders residing in said County
e Northwest regional Library Defendant. POSE OF PARTICIPATION IN A Gulf County may re-register for and who re-register in the registra-
S e of which Pdrt St Joe .Li- NOTICE OF PUBLICATION BOND ELECTION TO BE HELD ald bond' election at the office of tion. proviefor in tis no ice
.brary is'.a .member. NOTICE TO: DOROTHY MAY IN GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, ON the Supervisor of Elections ofGulf shDated this 10th day of Sepattem
I There will no charge for TAYLOR, whose residence is un. 5th DAY OF OEMB ER, e ou h er 1968
ese seasons. public service On or before the 7th day of Oc- TION THE QUESTION OF THE IS. period and at the times set out 0 'OR OF COUNT
S' SUANCE OF NOT EXCEEDING above. COMMISSIONERS OF GULF.,
S' -$1,100,000.00 SCHOOLBONDSOF No person wi1 be permitted to COUNTY, FLORIDA
I '' ",--- SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT vote or participate in said bond By: JAMES G. McDANIEL, ,
MI'.T UNO. I OF GULF COUNTY, FLOR- I election to be held in Soecial Tax Chairman ,
IMETHODISTA WILL BE SUB TTED TOCHURCHSchool District No. 1 of ulf Coun- ATTEST: 4t-9-12
intersection Monument .aSd Constitution THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS ty. Florida. on the 5th, day of No- GEORGE Y. CORE,
MonuW .WHO ARE FREEHOLDERS RE- member, 68. unless such person Clerk of the Circuit Court .OGulf.
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister SIDING IN GULF COUNTY, FLOR- is a qualified elector who is a County, Florida, and ex-officio
"I 9,,, l e, -" IDA .freeholder residing in Gulf Coun- Clerk of the Board of County Com--
; ni .. cn h ...... .-- ... 9.:45 A.M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ty, Florida. and has re-regist.re-l missioners of-Gulf County, Florida
S, ORNING WORSHIP .......................... 11:00 A.M. that a re-registration of the quali- as a qualified, elector who is a. Section 3. This resolution shall
Met t.You Fllowship ..........6 00 ed electors who are freeholders freeholder residing in Gulf Coun- take' effect immediately. 4t-9-12
v-n Woryhip ..................-.. 7 30 P.M. hereby called and ordered by the provided for in this notce and by -INVITATION TO BID
Bible St._'d \'1 V'p.A i 7.-o P M Board of County Commissioners of resolutionadopted er. BID NO. 62 '
.:- '. S.u i -7. Gulf County Florida, for the pur- 1968: rovlded, however, that any _BID.NO 62,
S Whe d Fashioned Fiiendliness Still Surives" pos of securing an 'up-to-datelist qualified electors residing in the The City of Port St Joe willre-
S._ -... _'," of. qualify ied electors wo are free- district who ab freeholders may ce.ve Seaed B in the t y
-' ---_ ---- .. holders mn said County to partici- vote at said bqnd election upon Clerk's Office, City Hall. Port St.
pot-e in-a bond election to be cal!Ed complying with the requirements Joe, Florida, until 12:00 Noon Sep-
Sand held n the 5th day of Novem- of sub-section (4) of Section 100- member 24, 1968, for:
be 1968, for the purpose of suItem1.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1i'l s "u 'f"s" '. Gasoline Regular,VeG
.V,, emitting to ',the qualified electors NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN
who are freeholders residing in that the record of qualified elec- 2. Gasoline Hi-Tesf 24'1 art
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor Gulf County, Florida, and have re- tors who are freeholders residing 3. Oil, (Cases of 24 quart
S-., registered as provided herein the in Gulf County who re-register at 4 No. 2 Fuel Ol (Diesel)rs)
question of the issuance of not the registration- provided for in 5 Other 2 elated Products
SUN] A.Y, SCHOOL ............................ 9:45 AM. exceeding One Million One Hun- this notice, being the latest record. 5. Other Related Productsed -
,'MORNIG-W RSH7P SERVICE ....... 11:00 A'.[. dred Thousand Dollars ($1,100,- of re-registered qualified electors C vehicles during g to b e' used ar -in
S.AM 000.00) School Bonds of Special who are freeholders residing inCity Vehicles during the year
TRAIN]NG JUNTON' ... ........................... 6:30 P.M. Tax School District No. 1 of Gulf said County shall supersede prior 1989. Pumps a Air Compres-
.EVE I ..... .M County, Florida, for the purpose records of the qualified electors Tanks, P be urnshed bysuAir Cmcessful-
-OR STP.SERVICE ........ 7:30 P.M. of financing the cost of acquiring, u! upsa saaploqaj obe furnishe by successful
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M. building, enlarging, furnishing or said County, and in said bond elec The City of Port StJoe reserves
otherwise improving school build- tion to 'be held in SDecial Tax the right to reject an or al bd
"Come and Worship God Wifth Us" wings or school grounds, or other School D;strict No. 1 of Gulf Coun- he reeivedght to reject any or a bids
school purposes, or for the pur- ty. Florida. on November 5, 1968, C. W. BROCK 9-5
pope of approving any act with I and in any bond election thereaf- City Auditor and Clerk Stt
S .BID NO. 64
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
hereby invites all interested pai-
O N A ties to bid on all insurance carried
by the City. Detail information is
available in the City Clerk's Office,
Municipal Building, Port St. 10e,
AFlorida. Bidders are requested to
quote one and three year premium
rates. Bidders must possess City
Occupational License. Bids must be
SIZES TO Fl -THESE in the City Clerk's Office by noon
W OR D 'F AM OUSanSeptember 24, 1968. The City re-
W ORLD FAM OUS .CARS...PIN Many serves the right to accept or reject
any or all bids received.'
Otlr Mg del C. W. BROCK 9-5
A City Auditor and Clerk St
INVITATION TO BID '"
BID NO. 63
of Port St. Joe, Florida will re-
SUPER- SPORTSr.ceivd bids from any person, com
pany, or corporation interested in
sellingtheCity the following des-
cribed tires, to be purchased as
2. 5:50xi6 4 ply.
3. 7:00X16, 6 ply.
cEhevolets 4. 6:50x20, 8 ply.
5. 8:25x20, 10 ply.
6. 9:00x20, 10 ply.
7. 10:00x20, 12 ply.
Somets 8. 11:2x28, 4 ply
All prices to include delivery to
.?Port St. Joe. Florida. Bids will' be
Corvettes received until 12:00 Noon E.D.T.,
September 24.1968, at the Office
of the City Clerk, Port. St. Joe,
Florida. The City Commission re-
Dodges serves the right to, reject: any or
all bids received.
Original Equipment on America's Finest '68 Cars a id c BROCK 95
City Auditor and Clerk t
Nearly 2" wider than
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The Super Sports Wide
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It starts faster, comers
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Paoduln as --r .e w .ttoseOWs f
ANY SIZE LISTED
E70-14 (7.35-14) F70-14 (7.75-14)
070-14 (8.25-14) F70-15 (7.75-15)
R NO MONEY DOWN HURRY
H.- MLimited Time
,, asirt-The Safe Tire ...Take Months to PayI Onlyl
i .-ed as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestore Dealers and at aoil service stations displaying the Firestone sign.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIP "66" STATION
'-:i. II :^- ^ ~ ^^ ^ -- ~ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
If you can't stop,..
be ready to start
So, atop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De-
pendable Parts. You can be.sure
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA Seal be.
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guarantee4' de-
pendability available only
through the service-repai r shope
that show the NAPA Sign.
and save a
ST. JOE AUTO,.
PARTS CO., inc.
;s to First Meeting tuati
n Chapter of BSP day,
m ei n g. "w of Mr
,The business meeting was call- Ken
ed- to order by the President, gram.
Mrs. J.hn Scott. The opening rit- Mrs
ual was repeated in unison. Dis- the S
cussion was held and plans made venti
for a rummage sale, Friday, Sep- resent
tember 6 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 Jacks,
pm at the corner of Third Street and 2
aid 'Williams Avenue. Mrs
During the' first meeting of progr.
:each year the Chapter votes for Aft
a Valentine Queen. This year adjou
Mrs. Ken Hurlbut was chosen as hiost6e
queen. She will represent Xi refresh
Epsilon Kappa at the annual Val- houru.
SBall in February. Congra-
ons Sherry! -
e next meeting will be Tues-
September 17, at the home
*s. Cliff Sanborn with M8s.
Cox presenting the piro-
!. Dave- Jones reported.-on
tate Beta Sigma Phi.Con-
>n whicB she attended, rep-
ting the' local Chapter, in -
onville'.on May 31, J, $ 1
s. Bill Brown presented the
am "On Being Alive".,
er the closing ritual and
rnment of the meeting-the
ss, lrs. John Scott, served
shments 'during the social
You Are Cordially invited To Attend
L G AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Lon g venue and 16th Street
- SUNDAY SCHOOL :45
MORNING .WORSHIP ......------. -------...- 11:00
13APTIST TRAINING UNION ..-.....- 5:45
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ,... 7:36
; VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
4 I REV. J.C. ODUM, Pastor '
Air Conditioned --- Cenally He'ted
-*' -- "
p Soil Gravel Sand
Ready-Mix Concrete Fill Dirt
Trbator and Dump Truck Work
Day Phone, 227-2434 Night Phone. "'7-4906
Breakthrough in color photography!
a U 99 U Lplus 50c
at 99C Camera Fee
COMPARE AT $25.00
GENUINE FULL NATURAL
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or your money re-
FOR ALL AGES! Babies, children, adults.-
Groups photographed at an additional small
LIMITED OFFER! One per subject, one per family...
FRI and SAT., SEPTEMBER 20 and 21
10:00 A.L to 6:00 P.M.
2t Port St. Joe, Florida 9-12
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama' City
ATHE STAR, Port St Joe. Florida
DEL MONTE GOLDiEN-. 03 CANIS
CREAMt CORN--- 4cans
.| DEL MONTE GOLDEN VXC PX -12 OZ. CANS
Whole Kernel CORN- 4 cans
HUNT'S Y. C. SLICED or --iiO. CANS
HALVED PEACHES -- 3 cans
'H "DEL MONTE CHUNK
SLIGHT TUNA ----__3 cans
DEL MONTE NO. 303 CANS
SU GAR PEAS ---- -- 4 cans
DEL MONTE GRAPE, ORANGE, PINEAPPLE.GRAPEFRUIT or 46 OZ. CANS
TROPICAL FRUIT-PUNCH ---- 4 cans
Del Monte No. 303 Cans.
CUT GREE NBEANS 4 cans $1.00
Del Monte No. 2 Cans
CHUNK PINEAPPLE -........ 3 cans $1.00
Del Monte No. 2 Cans
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE -.-----.3 cans $1.00
Del Mpnte No. 2 Cans
SLICED PINEAPPLE --3 cans $1.00
De Monte Delicious No. 303 Camn
FRUIT COCKTAIL 7. 4 cans $1.00
Assorted Colors 2 Roll P0l
GALA TOWELS 2 pkgs. 89c
Assorted Colors Single Rolls
GALA TOWELS -- ........-- 3 rolls $1.00
Nabisco 10y' Ounce Cello Bags
WAFFLE CREMES _.- ....- 2 bags 69c
Nabisco nb e F found
FIG NEWTONS -, 2 ctns. 69c
4BLACK PEPPER 4 oz. can 39c
--.-- DISCOUNT SPECIAL -
SEA PAK FROZEN BREADED 8 OL PKG.
FISH STEAKS 3-pkgs. $1.00
PECAN PIES ---.. 16oz.69c
ROUND WHITE -
POTATOES--.. 10 Ibs. 49c
SWEET POTATOES ---lb. lOc
ON 10NS 3----3 lb.bag
- DISCOUNT SPECIAL -
Delightfully Delicious! Rich, Red Del 1Monte
PLEASURE SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY FOR
THE FAMOUS BRANDS YOU KNOW
"Iwas a comparison shopper
for a day, and conveied
to trading stampsfor life"
Piggly Wiggly's Meat ,N
SWIFT PREMIUM WESTERN HEAVY
Choice Beef Specials
STEAK lb. 99c
STEAK -b. 99c
STEAK' __ lb. 99c
STEAK ------ I b. 99c
FULL CUT ROUND
STEAK------ lb. 99c,
STEW BEEF-----lb. 39c
ROAST --------lb. 99c
ROAST _--- Ib. 99
BONELESS RUMP r
ROAST -------- lb. 99c
EYE OF ROUND
ROAST --- lb. 99c
ROAST -0A- Ilb. 99cc
Choice Beef Superior Pot Roast
STEW BEEF 3 lbs.88c
WE GUARANTEE BEEF CAN'T BE BETTER!
BONUS SPECIAL! QUART JAR PLYMOUTH
LIMIT ... One Jar At This Low Bonus Special Price With $10.00 Order
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! SUPREME DELICIOUS
BUY DELICIOUS SUPREME ICE CREAM FOR A DELIGHTFUL DESSERT
SMOKED PURE PORK
Link SAUSAGE A69
HOT and MILD----------- B
ECONOMY PACK MEATS -
Meaty Neckbone ------- 3 Ibs.
Fresh Pig Feet-, _,----3_ lbs. B
HOG MAWS-------- 2,2 lbs.
PG TAILS ------- 2/ lbs.
Fresh PIG LIVER ----- 2 lbs.
OPELAND ALL MEAT
BOLOGNA lb. 59c
TENDERIZED HAM SPECIALS,
IUIL SHANK 'HALF HAM
Gal. WHOLE HAMS
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! GIANT BOX BOLD
LIMIT ... ONE BOX WITH $10.00 OR MORE PIGGLY WIGGLY
20 OUNCE PLASTIC BOTTLE GENTLE STRENGTH
REGULAR SIZE PLASTIC BOTTLE LIQUID CLEANER
PLEASURE SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY FOR QUALITY, VARIETY and ECONOMY
2 s.3 35c
100 S& H STAMPS
.With $10.00 or More Purchase
Si(Good Through Sept. 21)
z^kPlease Present This Coupn/V
B igtft hf. f. .\'.NrtC^U i
Buy Famous Name Brand
Bonus G i f t Products At
Piggly Wigglyand S a v e
Twice by Redeeming Bonus
Gift Coupons! Look
For This Famous
Symbol! .. a
18, 19, 20
Slab Bacon Specials
To Give Everyday
Fresh and Wholesome
BACKS-- -3 bs. 49c
-M C._r f W--e ^
We Have or 3 De-
liveries Eich Week
_3 lbs. 99c
spiit rryers CHICKEN
Cut FRYER NECKS--3-- Ibs. 39c
- SAVE MONEY ON FRYERS THIS 'EEK --
THE STAR, Pot St. Joi, -IIoridi THURSDAY, Septemidib 19, 1968
r<*q f- -- for- 43eke ,;W
"Sup Riglht" -ull Cut Chuk Roast or Grade "A" Quick Frozen 4 to 5-Lb.
Chuck Steak L. 58c Roasting Chicken
"Sup R-Rght'f Western Beef Boneless Shoulder Roast or Aligood Brand Sugar Cured
Swiss Steak $ 8 Sliced Bacon -
"Super-Right" Extra Lean Freshly "Super-Right" Silded Salami, Pickle Loaf or Spiced Lu
Ground Beef 3 b.Pkg39 Lunch Meats 3-
.- ...... i h- d.h. :..... .. : S S.-. :.: :-.%:: : ::.:< ::.s? ::; ::::. "
_-lpiall Mqrion House Pork, Salisbui
Beef .39( Beef wGrai
Stew 24-oz. Cn 49c kiin Punch 3
TOWWEL. 3 1. 00
Bathroom Tlssue Speclil!
ry Steak or AP Brand Yellow Cling Speciall
fy12n 49 p PeaicHalves 3 ,C...$1.00
Spedall A&P Brand Cream Style Speciall
46-z. Cans 89 Golden Corn 2 qz..Cans39c
A&P Brand Fresh Red
Roasted Peanuts1-Lb.Bag45 Delicious Apples .b.Bag69
wminilUI. COUPON AND.IHAMi I STAMPS .l.i ii SeTAMS wMM
Maxwell House. L Upton ,iant Insect Repe.Iet
Coffee -C $1.59 x Tea o 89c .Jx Off '
GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 22 9-21-68 GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 22 9-21:-68 'GOOD THmiR
m uw ,, ,,vc =, STAMPS
Ann Page Krunchy Peanut .AnnPage Low Calorie Chef Ann Page
,Butter 12J 43c Jax Fr. Dressing az. 29c jox Mayonnais
GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 22 9-21-68 GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 22 9-21-68 GOOD THROUGH
Jane Parker Reg. or Spndwich Sliced
White Bread ,. ,'-Le49C
rMIX MATCH SALE!
SJAN PARKER i
B-in.--Ib. 8 oz.
IF .UNABLE TO PURCHASE ANY
I ADVERTISED ITEM, PLEASE RE-
QUEST A RAIN CHECK Prices in
this Ad are Go9od through Satur-
day, Sept. 21. .
INI$llcOmm U iPON iPcN' STAMPS
Ann Page Appl.
JELLY 'a", 29c J.x
GOOD THROUGH SEPT. 22 9-21-68
W "r$1.79 .
Mix or Mat
i Ann Page R
"* Ann Page R
0. Sultana Pork
41-oz. Can $
2 303 Size Ca
Sprouts 2 i-Lb
Chicken (BI Pack)
SALT & P
I & Beans
Jane Parker Reg. or Kipple
Get it back with Atlas
Weathergard Tires. Grip
firmly-in mud or snow.
Call your Standard Oil
Man in Port St., Joe
J. LAMAR (Pete) MILLER
I standardd Oil Company (Inc.in Ky
Pistol and Rifle
The -Gulf Rifle Club Pistol arid
Rifle tournament will be held
Saturday, September 21, an d
S saturday, September 28 at the
Gulf .Rifle Range on Highway 71.
This. tournament will be for- club
A' ,Club 'Champion trophy will be
given t' the high scorer in the .22
caliber pistol match. A Club Cham-
pion trophy will be given to high
scorers in the means and women
divisions of the 22 Rifle Matches.
Rifles with iron sights only are.
to be used -in this 'tournament..
Pistbl match will start at 8:30
1 :ni. both Saturdays. The 22 Rifle
match'will start dt 10:00 a.m. There
is'no charge for entering this tour-
nament. Targets will be furnished,
by the Gulf Rifle Club. Members
are asked to bring their guns and
ammunition. Instructors' of the
Rifle 'Club are in charge of the
range for both pistol and rifle
S"The Gulf Rifle Club will give a-
-way a shotgun in the near future 'a
.Remington 12 gauge .:automatic
shotgun Modqel1100, with a- 28 ich
barrel and modified. choke will be
given away Saturday,'. September"
28 at noon. Tickets are. avpilableB
1 with a $1.00 donation to the club'-
and Iay be purchased, from 'parii-
cipatfig merchants or any Gulf
Rifle Club member. ;
Club Champion trophies will be
awarded after the shbtgun, raffle.
"Say, let's add 'a it of 6reign
flair to our daily menus. Serve
either of these recipes with a green
salad and garlic bread and your
family will be pleased.
2 lbs..chicken, cut up
2 tablespoons 'shortening
/ teaspoon salt
1 one-eightr teaspoon pepper
1 can (10 oz. chicken gravy '
1 cup drained pineapple chunks
Dash of ground cinnamon ''
S Wash and clean the chicken
pieces. Preheat the, electric skillet
to 400 degrees F. Brown the chick-
en in the shortening; sprinkle with
salt and pepper: Add the gravy and
the pineapple chunks. Sprinkle
with cinnamon. Reduce heat to 220
degrees F. Cover; simmer-aboutJ
25 minutes or until the chicken is
tender. Makes 4-6 servings.
MEXICAN BEEF and BEANS
I lb. very lean' ground 'beef
% ccup chopped onion
2 tablespoons salad oil
1 can (1 lb.) red kidney beans
% cup Good Seasonings barbe-
cue sauce ,
q teaspoon salt;;-'1' "1
I 1%A cups water ; -
S 1 up minute rice
Brown peat and onions in 6il
in frypan. Add kidney beans, 'bar-
becue sauce and salt. Sinimer
dovered for 30 minutes. Add water
.and rice. Being to a boil; then re-
duce heat, cover, simmer 8 minutes
or unkil rice is tender. Makes 4
See "Homemaking Today. .. The
'Modern Wpy" each Wednesday
evening, :30 7:00 P.M., Chan-
nel. 11 WFSU-TV, Tallahassee.
SThis program features recipes
and household hints.
Lost your grip?
FOR ONt Y
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- Fi -:;-:
THURSDAY, 19, 1968
Season and Reserved Football Tickets'
Will Remain On Sale Through Friday
Port St. Joe High School Prin-
cipal Walter Wilder said early
this week that' the school would
continue sales of season and re-
served seat season football tick-
ets through tomorrow afternoon'
at 4:00 p.m.
.Wilder said sales of the tickets
were going good, but that a fe
were still available.
The 'advantage of the tick
purchases is that one saves
little' money and doesn't have t
stand in line to purchase a tic
et when he has a season pass
The reserved seat ticket
which cost just a few cents more
than regular admission, reserves
a choice seat for the ducat hold.
er for the entire season. The.re.
served seat ticket holder can ar-
rive at the stadium right at kick.1,
off time and still be assured of-
a choice seat from which to
watch the game.
The season tickets are on sale
-for- 7.00 for adults and $4.00 for
%tuaents and will be good for all
of the Shark home games.
-Reserved seat season tickets
will be good for that section of
bleachers directly in front of the
press box and will sell.for $9.00
for adults and $6.00 for students.
Regular admission to the local_
football games will be $1.25 forA -;
adults and 75c for students.
Tatgenliorst Speqks to Garden Club
S"On Subjecttof Community Beautification
Thd Port St. Joe Garden Club ident, welcomed guests, Mrs. L.
met September 12 at 3:00 p.m. G. Buck ,and Mrs. W. F. Ran-
in the lounge of the Florida dolph from Apalachicola; Walter
First National Bank for their C. Dodson,. President of Florii.1
first regular meeting of the new First NationAl Bank and two as-
r S ."*
t' te- o f. f,1 aha q e r. c '" :' -
S S* f te- Bo l. qfPharinc exercises control.over a11[
praeitie hintoui Stata, by tie granting orwlthhoInig
of censes...nyne Ishlgto operate athaIinacy must
; art Registeed Pharniftt's license. The applicant must
dm 'enstrate: his willing ss to cbmby with our high State
S..stdrdqf. practice. Qp StatS'law lio requires, that a
", pait p hi riptioWt recordsifo a number of
ThM fili e ..o prescription.he fills...must
"- '-,belperto inspedionby ,i State B ard of.Phar macy.at
all timese. 4n addi iono,the deall government has legis-
lated.speific-alas fdicotrfbf' niarcoticsa'nd adulterated
,'orisl qded. prnia:aeutrcals.Th'e varloas States ilve
..alssopasd laws dealing witilabeling. Withthis protection.
., by-rioW,,.policdd.by aPrimacists themselves through the
Boar .of PIPin ny, 'harmaiiceutieal standard are kept at
a ufiformilyhigh Ipvefthiro hout the country.1'
S or he hlghiet.pharmaebt Ict standards, low prices .
4! nsiJftent wiith dity and the personal attention you
alwy.4 depend upon, brig yotir prescriptions to.
*- OU R PHARMACY tification. Mr. Tatgenhorst sh
..' "' '" cd slides and suggested seven
"'2 "'-'- rrllID, W'"f tying areas. He stated that in
,.-E = der for a community to contain
S 317W iams Avenue Phone 227-3371 a beautification program,
r I.eD n Window Servce Plenty of FreeqParldng whole, community must beco
...... ^ involved.
'. : .t '".-." m'... At the conclusion of the p
ganz d Deets Here gram, Mrs. William Chin, pr
Se recently organized Tallahas. 0ocal MUSic GrOUp fr
*, ,-,. -. t ,. *~'. see Deanery of, the St. Augustine -
'fS I h--Keeas Diocesan Council of Catholic wo-. Gospel Sing Program
en. held its Fall 1Board meeting
SContinued rom Page l on Thursday, September 12 at A big Gospel Sing and fish
Stist' Chnib'hof.'-Blounttown -a't t Jqseph's- Church Hall; Port St. per will be held at the-Apala
S 4-00 p.~ 'before. in nent -t -"Joe at 11:00' a.m.,A luncheon was cola Pentecostal Holiness ,Chiu
Nettle' Riige O netery '-. served following the meeting at Saturday night, beginning, at
Active -Ca-sitefrers -wee re "the home of Mrs. George Tapper pAm., it was announced this w
Robertf-Hel]aid,' Walter Dodson, of Port St. Joe. by the pastor of the church, R
S Gene'Abu rk Blake Thomason, The officers _o. the Tallahassee Lyhdal Whit. -
rnd' Dniel d Robrt Wi- Deanery ard as follows: isselle The fish super will .-begin
HaMS,^,. .- 'Murphy,. Tallahassee,-.President;. Th fs s wl ^.e7:
t R. Murshy. DonTalle ahassee, resied' 4:30 p.m. and the singing at'7:
r -H, oibry Bearer werd 'C. R. Mrs. Don Ennessey, Tnuahassee,
S Pippin, .'Ted, Cannon, Grover Vice-President;' Mr. ames T. Featured on the. program
Hoand, Clynton Petdrson, Ed SchaeffnerF.Perry,. Recording Rec- be the Assembly Gospel' Sing
S.i.eeGene:affield.arold R'af- etary;-Mrs., eorge, Tapper, Port of Port St. .Joe..This group is m
field, R-nnie Raffield,. Milo Sta. Joe, Treasurer; Mrs.'-'Donald up of Rev. T. Kennedy, Rev.
Smith, '-Virgil DaniiA, R u el Hadd.- Tallahassee, Corresponding Quattlebaum, Bobby and Jo
Whitehurst,' Fred Chasodi, Bill Secretary and Mrs. Syde.P. Deeb, Taylor, Mark Neel, Ken Taylor
Rith Billy H6'irell and Oti's Pyle.. Tallahassee, Pariamentarian. Sid Adams.
.,Prevatf.'Funeral Home was in Rev. Walter Miller, Tallahassee,
chargeiof a'tangements. is spiritual moderator. Everyone is invited to atten
BOYS and GIRLS
;* ,' W ., ""
VREE BOWLING CLASSES ARE NOW. AVAILAB E FOR THE STU-
IENTS IN OUR AREA. Absolutely no Chajges for .these lessons and
to obligation on the part of the students or their parents. 'Everybody
an learn to BOWL FREE AND IT'S FUNI '
FIRST CLASS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
JUST BRING THE COUPON BELOW TO THE BOWLING LANES
ST. JOE BOWLING LANES West Highway 98 229-3786
N A M- .-........... ....... .... ......................... ................ ............ A G E .......................
A D D R E SS..................................................--- .......................... P H O N E ................. ........
SCHOOL......... --- -------------------..-......... ..... GRAD, .
YES: I'd like to have the above student receive your, FREE BOWLING
(Parent or Guardian's Signature)
(Parent or Guardian's Signature)
sociate members, Mrs. Ethel
Bridges and Mrs. Olen C. Hayes.
The meeting was adjourned for
refreshments hosted by Mrs.- R.
H. McIntosh ;and Mrs.' Bob Falis-
The 28 members present re-as-
sembled for a business meeting
%with various chairmen reporting
on planned.activities. for the club
fo participate'in the future.
a"i Man Charged In
or- Sunday Accident
)me Glen Buel McDaniel of Apala-
me. chicola was charged with driving
with excessive speed by the Flor-i
r,)- ida Highway Patrol this week as
res- the result of.a one car accident
Suth nf Poif T.nJn ,-1ir le-iq
Little Miss Beck Baeman, Birthday Party Honoree
'Little Becky Bateman, daughter of Mr. and observance we r, froi, left to right:
Mrs. 'Oscar :Bateman, 620 Garrison Avenue, ob- Flahagan, Bubba Williams, Keith Presne
served her fourth birthday last. week and was Anchors, Debbie Patterson, Becky Bate
honored with a party by her parents,to celebrate na Patterson,, Katjhy McFa'rland, Jan
the occasion. James Flanagan and Frankie Williams.
Gathering with Becky to help in the birthday -S
Sunday morning. se Ad
According to FHP Trooper Ken
Murphy 9f Port St. Joe, McDan- Cs si fi A ds
iel was headed South on US 98 I
sup- early Sunday .about six miles
ch South of Port St. Joe at a highE ve "
rchi. rate of speed when he ran off r I rm
4:30j the right side -of the road on a :R CVeI /DOUY
reek curve. The automobile traveled .
Rev. 249 feet, came back across the- .
road, left the road on the left- FOR SALE: Large frame house FOR RENT: Warehouse space and FOR SALE: Baby stroller. Can be-
and traveled. 700 feet into the and lot. Three bedrooms, large storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co. seen at 600 Madison St $15.00. tf
living room, one bath. Total price Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8 ARE. YOU LOOKING for a good
i at woods before coming to a halt. $4,000. 509 Woodward Avenue, r ARE. YOU LOOKING for a good
30. The car never turned over. Phone 229-2826. ltp FOR RENT: Two bedroom house part time or full time income in
Mr, at Beacon Hill. Well equipped Gulf County or Port St.'Joe. Many
will Murphy was sed by Depu- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry for year round living. Phone Jean Rawleigh dealers earn $2.50 and
ts y Sherif H,, T-. Dean in his in- home. Hardwood floor, fall pan- Atnold 648-4800. tfc-9-12 up per hour. Write Rawleigh FLIU.
gers vestigation. eling. Equity and assume payments 100-26 Memphis, Teon. 38102. 2
iade -> of $63.50 monthly. 1312 Marvin FOR SALE: Used automatic wash.- ---
Edd- Avenue. Phone 229-2826. itp ing machine and Beckwith pi-
Lunch hAus. ano. Phone 648-6200. tfc-95 NO. I DRIVE-IN THEATRE
oyce Lunch Room Menu FOR SALE: 2 bedroom block house Apalachicola, Florida
and at 502 Ninth Street, with fenced (FR SALE: Elbectrolux floor clean- Friday and Saturday
Prt St. Joe Elementary School back yard. Phone 227-7916 2tp-19 I er and polisher. Excellent condi- Friday and Saturday
Port St. Joe Elementary School back yard. Phone 227-- 'tio or will trade for good type- September 20 and 21
Monday, September 23 FOR SALE: House. 3 bedroorgs, 2 'Writer. Call 229-2486. tfc-9-12 2 BIG SHOWS -
Beef with vegetables, cheese' baths, 2 carports, central heat-. F-R SALE: 1967 Mustang. Auto-
wedges. sliced tomatoes, hot bis- ing, 2 acres land. Has to be seen matic transmission, air, P.S., con- "THEool Dropout in
cuts, butter, apple jelly and milk. to be appreciated. Phone 648-3332 sble and new tires. See at 609 Gar-THE SWEET RIDE"
Tuesday, September 24 or 229'2061. tfc-5-30 prison or call 229-5827. tfc-9-12 Paquel Welch in
Shphroie b a r i." .. ."BIGGEST BUNDLE OF
Shepherd's pie, snap beans, rai- '.' FOR'SALE: 1i61 Chevrolet engine, THEM ALL"
sin and carrot salad, top of stove FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frafpe 1cyinde" ard accessories, plus
cookies, white bread, butter and home, 1% baths, separate dining, transmission (manual). All for $150
milk. pine walls throughout, 2 large PIANOS
Wednesday, September 25 screened porches, fenced in back FOR SALE: Maroon 1965 Mustang.
Hot dogs, buttered cori, cabbage yard. Equity annd payments ,i"el. 3s-speed, 6 cylinder, excellent copn- Rent a Baldwin Piano
slaw, sliced. peaches, butter and finance. 125 Hunter Circle. 27- edition: C11 227-5056 after 5 p.m. ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK
milk. 577. fc14' tc-9-19 All money applied to purchase
Thursday, Septembe 26 I FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home, 1310 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
Me. ....td ..4. .Woodward Ave. Den, carkt ..,,Lat 1317 Long Avenue. Phone 227- & ANO
Meat loaf, buttered rice, green living room, % ton window air. .7772. tfc-9-19: ILW4 S 811 Harris u
butter beans, lettuce and tomato conditioner, new outside paint, nat- -Paamm City, Florida
salad, hot biscuit, butter, sliced ural gas heating and hot water FOR SALE: Westinghouse clothes .
pI peaches and milk. 1 system. Spacious yard with well -dryer. 1 electric range and a SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Friday, September 27 ditin. Priced tHome in excellent gil's bicycle. Phone 648-4380. 2tpJ Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
Macaroni and cheese, turnip 5261. tfc-5-2 FOR SALE: 8x28 1958 Schultz-trail- 01 229-3097.
greens, celery sticks, orange Jell- FOR SALE: House at 1013 ong er. In good condition. If interest- I
O, write bread, butter and milk. Avenue. Bath and a half,' 2 car. ed call 229-1716 or may see at 20081 P EtherA e
'-" ."carport, utility room, sprinkler Long Avenue... 2tp-9-5 .....Eut .
system with well. 5 rooms and 518 Third Street
front porch. Phone 227-3816. tf-8-29 Port St. Joe, Fla.
I A227-3816. tc-,-29
'L2 A dV froR .3 br he | Plumbing and
Le" .L0 FOR $ALE..t3 bedroom home".: 2 J. Electrical Contractor
baths, living room, dining room, i |
NOTICE TO BID kitchen, carport, screened front | Call 2294986 for Free Estimate
Notice is hereby given th-it ITpp porch breezeway, 3 large lots. St.
Local 379 will receive sealed bids Joe Beach, Gulf Street. Rt. 3, Box
for certain paint and trim work to 36. 2tp.9-5 ;' !
be done on property owned by said FOR RENT Travel trailer. Sleeps HEATH IADIOIand
Local located at 506 Sixth Street, four, $35.00 week. See Bill Swea- TV SERVICE
Port St. Joe, Florida. d by at 201 Madison St., Oak Grove. Phone -22.5019
Said bids will call for (bb fur- by at 201 Madison St., Oak Grove. 4tp Oak 3rove'. 2-1
nishing of labor for said w0ok ac- FOR RENT: One and two bedroom All work guaranteed
cordingto speiicatios o attractively furnished apart- FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
file with W. J. Herring, 405)1]6th ,,ents. Cool in summer, warn" 1L Emory Stephlns. Free estimate
Street.Port St. Joe. Florire Joe winter. Gas heat,- window fans. G on labor and m alteRia".M Regula
Hewett. 523 Ninth Street,> tSt. they nust be se-n to I ntpprec- il A.M.---Regular. onvo ation on SL
Joe. Florida; and J. L. Si, 220t A NICE TRAILER PARK Lu dowa payment. Phbie 227 Joseph Chaptet No. 156, R.A.M.,
Sixth Stret, Port St. Joe,'.rida. ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wiri9. t 1stanido 3rd ol ays. Allvisiting
No bids will be considered. unless co Lodge Apartments and Trailer GOOD SELECTION of urd TV's. ROY BURC, H.
bid in accordance with the speci- Park. White City. tfe,10,12 Arnold's Furlitur iTV. 323 WALTER GF AHA S
fications which may be obtained .Rd Ave t 2 WAL HAM, ee.
from any of the three individuals FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom B&id Ave. _
named above. house with fenced yard, screen WILLIS V. RO AN, "POST 16,
Bids will be received up to 7:00 porch, closed garage, living room I THE AMERIC.N LEGION, meet-
o'clock P.M., October 10. 1968. Bids and dining area carpeted. Automa- FOR ii second ad four Tuesday
should be. sealed and delivered to tic heat. Part of house air condi- nights, 8:00 p.m.,Ameifan Legion
either of the above named trustees, tioned. Phone 227-8536 after 5:00 AMBULANCE SERVICE Home.
UPP Local 379 reserves the right Pi. a "
to reject any and all' bids. If any In Wewahitchka and THERE WILL BE a lar com-
bid is awarded, it will be contin- FOR RENTi Furnished two bed- n munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
gent upon the successful bidder room cottage on St. Joe Beaeh, Port St. Joe No. Ill, F. & A. M.,('every first
Driving to the satisfaction of ,said Reasonable rates. Call 227-3491 .o and hird Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Local that he is financially respon- 227-8496. tfcS2 CLL
sible to handle said contract and FOR RENT: Large unfurnished 2 Comforter Funeral Home
wrill be bbased upon a written o oon-nueighbor
tract to be entered by said Local 'bedroom house. Nice2274511,- neighbor-
and the successful bidderr. : :> hood. Fenced back yard, automatic 227-511, H S
and the sccessfulbide heat, attic fan. Phone 227-8536 af- .L BURGE, Secretary
'UPP -LOCAL 379. JAMES HORTON, W. M. I
BY ITS BOARD of TRUSTEES ter 5:00 p.m..
By: JOE HEWETT, Trustee
NOTICE A STAR lassfed .
I will no longer be responsible A lassified
for any'debts other than those in-
ed by me personally after they The Job one
-date of the. first publication. of-G t Th th.D o...."' -,teyTh 1e I I I IJl
this notice, September 19, 1968.
EDWARD YOUNGBLOOD 4t
Mrs..-Neva Croxton. opened the
meeting by leading 'the group in
the salute 1o the flag, and pray-
Program chairman, Mrs. Ralph
Nance, introduced W. W. Tat-
genh9rst, Jr., director of special
programs for Sears, Roebuck and
Company, who gave a very in-
f. rm tivp nranrnm nn ,nivic Thnea-
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