|UFDC Home||myUFDC Home | Help ||
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
STHE STAR MONEY TALKS-Lt's keep
1 0 C it where we een spak with 1t
once In a while-Trade with
PER COPY your home town merchants
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963 NUMBER 35
TYPICAL ACT-Pictured above is a typical Troop 47 Boy
Scout Circus act entitled "The Operation". This and
many other comic and dare-devil acts will provide a night
of entertainment tomorrow at 8:00.
Annual Boy Scout
,- .'- 4x:m n t
Parade At 5:00
A gigantic parade tomorrow af-
ternoon beginning at 5:00 pnm. will
be the official opening-of the 1963
version'of the Troop 47 Boy Scout
clowns, animals, freaks, bands
$~outs and circus paraphanelia
will be paradet"1pwn'Reil.iAy --
nue to boost ticket *aleg to the
annVqW% t0I je stagesd t*mpr--
row night at .Cotennial Field,
unde the direction 6f Scoutmas-
ter John T. Simpson,
The..big. circuss is staged, built,
acted and produced by members of
Troop 47. The troop has been busy
for the past six weeks making cir-
cus props, training animals and
preparing acts in preparation for
tomorrow night's big show.
One of the highlights of the
big circus Will be the selection
of a Boy .Scout -Queen at half
time intermission. Balloting for
the queen will be done via ticket
stubs and placed in individual
.a|!pt boxes at the circus gate.
Members of the Port St. Joe Ro-
tary Club, spon6o4 of Troop 47,
will be in charge of: ticket sales_
and collections as well as conces-
sions tomorrow night.
Show time will be at 8:00 p.m.
Admission is $1.00 for adults and
50c for students. Rain date is Sat-
urday, May 18.
All proceeds from the circus will
be used to-pay for sup Ler gamp-
ing activities of Troop 47.
Jacksonville Paper Says Williams
Trying To Salvage His Port Bill
Some 50 to 60 tax payers were in
attendance -at a meeting Saturday
afternoon called by Representative
gBen C. Williams to discuss certain
local legislation drawn up by Rep.
The main topic of conversation
in the two.aud a. half hour meeting
was the controversial port author-
ity bill drawn up by Williams.
Speaking against the bill were
County Commissioner Jimmy Mc-
Daniel (the County Board sent Wil-
liams a resolution opposing the
bill), Tom Coldewey, Pat Shannon,
Bob Fox, R. H. Ellzey, J. C. Arbo-
gast, Ed Johnson, J. B. Stafford and
Each of those talking against the
bill argued that it offered too broad
powers to the commission and did
not furnish enough protection for
the tax payer. Other objectionable
features, were the fact that the
bill did not provide limits on bond
issues, where money would come
from to pay the issues, and gave
too much power over waterways,
both public and private throughout
Williams asked each if he would
be in favor of the question of whe-
ther or not to pass the bill being
put before the voters. Some con-
tended that it would be all right
to place the question before the
tax paying freeholders, while oth-
Local Bar Faces
Loss of License
State Beverage Director Richard
B. Keating announced this week
that administrative action has been
instituted for the revocation of the
alcoholic beverage license of the
Sand Bar in Port St. Joe.
The move was made some five
months after beverage agents seiz-
ed several thousands bottles of
whiskey from a truck and a ware-
he use near Altha in dry Calhoun
County, and it was determined the
whiskey came from the Port St. Joe
In- announcing the action, Keat-
ing said the whiskey seized is be-
ing returned to distributors in Pen-
sacola to satisfy liens. The transfer
is being made under the direct su-
pervision of the Beverage Depart-
ment, the director noted.
No criminal charges were filed
against the defendants. Keating
said his department was advised
by its legal counsel that there were
some technical difficulties in the
case which led him to believe that
attempts to prosecute would be
The Beverage Department has
had custody of the whiskey since
Present Annual Play
The Happyland Kindergarten, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Charles
Browff and Mrs. Helen Kilbourn
will present; "Little Red Riding
Hood" from the High School Audi-
torium on May 20 at 8:00 pan.m. REV. JACK CARTER
The cast of characters includes: ... Evangelist
-ij fl idng Hoed. Sarah Ann Pentecostal'Holiness
olCor ky JustiChurh PIon Rs 1 I
Mother, Fran Aleq..
Grandmother, Sharo o Joohnson. Rey. ?. E. Forehand, pastor of
Ballet Danoeer (p@s of the the ientecostal Holine4 Church on
Spring Flowers) Susie Quarles, San- Garrison Avenue in Port St. Joe
dy Ward, Cindy McClellan, Terry announces revival services which
Brown, Renee Phillips and Lila will be held under the direction of
Gunter. Evangelist Rev, Jack Carter.
Little Red Caboose, Jim Roberts. Rev. Carter of Orlando, former
Baa Baa Black Sheep, David and pastor of a Pentecostal Holiness
Doug Glidden. Church will begin revival services
Army Men: Mark Wimberly, Dan. on May and continue through May
ny Tankersley, Wayne McKiernan 26. Services will be held each night
and Bill Wall. at 7:45 p.m. The nursery will be
Navy Men: Bruce May, Jay Stev- open each night.
ens, William Whittington, Randy Rev. Carter is an outstanding
Phillips, Bill Norton and Mark Hol- evangelist and the musical talent
land. of he and his wife is a real asset
Marines: Andy May and Jeff in meetings. Special music and
Bosqqe. singing will be featured in eacil
Air Fgrce: illy F erriq, teve evening nepryie.
Lawrenge, Tpny ufie4i]e 4ne dluy The Port S(. Joe Penteostal IHol-
Pippin, iness Church extends a warm and
The Boogy Twist Tap: Marion cordial invitation to people of the
Ann Costin and Tammie Peters. city to attend these evangelistic
Zippedi Do Da Tap: Renee Cos- services.
tin, Pam Parker, Phyllis Pridgeon,
Cuyler King, Miriam Faye Harri- Roberts.
son and Nan Parker. The Goofy Wolf Dance: Phyllis
Tambourine Dance: Fran Allen, Pridgeon, Corky Justice and Cuy-
$J.arpn Johlpuso nd aral, A.n ler King.
ers said that it should not be plac-
ed before the voters because of
lack of public information on the
bill. That the public would not
know what a bill they were voting
on without close and careful scrut-
Williams agreed to drop this bill
from the hopper, but Tuesday, the
Florida Times-Union reported that
Williams was holding the bill in a
semi-active state and calling for
support of the bill in order that it
might be passed.
The T.U also reported that Wil-
liams wanted a better bill from
the St. Joe Paper Company before
he dropped his original bill.
Other bills up for discussion
was a bill to prohibit the County
Commission from paying a retain-
er fee to an engineering firm. This
bill drew strong protest from a
delegation in Wewahitchka earlier
From Port St. Joe to Cypress Creek
State To Re-surface Hwy
Park Service To
Seek Funds To
Mrs. Ned S. Porter, chairman of
The Constitution Convention His-
toric Memorial Advisory Council re-
ceived a letter this week from Roy
M. Brooks, Assistant Director of
the Florida Board of Parks and
The letter stated the Park Service
has included in its asking budget
a sum of $12,000 for expansion of
the Constitution Park Museum ex-
hibits and $30,000 Jfor an addition
to the building arid air condition-
ing. The Assistant Director said
that the Service s supporting this
request along with their other
building and imnprovement pro-
Brooks pointed out that expres-
sions for a desire to have the facili-
ties expanded to the legislative
delegation would have much bear-
ing on their deliberation when they
consider the budget of the state
Register Now for
The summer reading program
will be conducted again this sum-
mer at the Port St, Joe Elementary
School, The program will begin on
June 17. It will be necessary for
the program to correlate with the
summer recreation program of the
Elementary School. ,
There are a few changes to be
made. If you plan to enter your
child, you should contact the prin-
cipal's office of the Port St. Joe
Elementary School and pay your
fee of $5.00 not later than June 4.
This early registration is necessary
in or4er that the work books can
be ordered and on hand when the
first group reports on June 17,
There are probably some who
aren't familiar with the program.
If you would like more information
contact Mr. Herrington or Mr.
Barnes at the Elementary School.
This program will be offered to
any pupil finishing the third grade
this year, through the sixth grade.
Last summer, 58 pupils regis-
tered and 53 completed the pro-
gram. It may be necessary that this
number be reduced some this sum-
MOTHER OF MR. NEDLEY
DIES OF O HART ATTACK
Mrs. Flora Ettie Johnson, age 82
of Milton, passed away Friday
She is survived by ten children,
35 grandchildren and 36 great
Interment was in Milton Ceme-
tery following funeral services
held Sunday at 3:30 p.m. with Rev.
in the evening. Williams stated
that he was going to try and pass
the bill regardless of protest.
Another controversial bill, that
bill which would eliminate the
county attorney and align his du-
ties along with those of the county
-prosecuting attorney, an elective
office. Silas R. Stone, now county
prosecuting attorney, opposed the
bill in that the prosecuting attor-
ney works for the people and the
county attorney for the County
Board. He said regardless of con-
flict of interest, the County would
be stuck with his services, and
should disagreements arise, the
Board could not force him to take
any action against his will. With
the Board hiring their own attor-
ney, they can release him if he
does not carry out their wishes.
Williams said that he would still
try to pass this particular bill.
Tapper Gets Contract To Construct
Secondary Streets In County
Marshall Catches First
Tarpon of the Season
Charles Marshall came up with
the first tarpon
The fish weighed 21 pounds
and was 48 inches long. Marshall
was fishing for mackerel with a
light spin rod and 15 pound test
line when he caught the tarpon
on a lure, (Star photo)
Highland View Church
The First United Pentecostal
Church in Highland View will be-
gin revival services Monday eve-
ning, May 20. The Rev. Wayne
Pounders will be the evangelist.
Services will be held each evening
at 7:30 p.m.
The public has a very cordial in-
vitation to attend these services
qand hear the old time soul saving
gospel preached. The church is lo-
cated at 10th Street, N. W. and
Victoria Avenue, Rev. J. J. Hill is
Home Burns Yesterday
In Highland View
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Hous-
ton Hardy in Highland View was
totally destroyed by fire yesterday
morning at about 5:00 a.m.
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department answered the alarm
and worked to keep the fire from
No indication was given as to
how the blaze started which de-
stroyed the home and its contents.
Dr. Wayne Hendrix
Will Represent Doctors
The State Road Department no-
tified the County Commission in
their regular meeting Tuesday that
primary funds will be available in
the new Road Department budget
beginning July 1 for some primary
road work in the county.
Scheduled for paving in the 1963-
64 fiscal year, according to the
SRD, will be the paving of Highway
71 from the City Limits of Port St.
Joe to Cypress Creek, some six
miles north of White City.
The Road Department also told
the Board that bids were let or
April 30 for the 1962-63 secondary
road work in the county on April
30, with George G. Tapper Com-
pany receiving the contract at a
cost of $99,492.74.
Roads to be paved in this pro-
gram are: Marvin Avenue from
16th to 20th Street; Robbins Ave-
nue from Bender St. to Kenney St;
Avenue E from Hodrick St., to Bat-
tle St.; Avenue B from Main St,
to Battle St.; Horse Shoe Circlo in
White City and two streets in We-
The County Jail again came un-
der discussion Tuesday at Circuit
Judge Warren E. Fitzpatrick asked
the Board about plans for repair-
ing the jail.
The Board said nothing had been
done as yet, since the Board is
awaiting recommendations from
the State Prison Board. The Prison
Board inspected the jail recently
and will make recommendations to
Judge Fil.,oat.ick ELac the P.o'rd
the name of a firm that will lay
out a plan of improvement at no
charge to the county. The only stip-
ulation is that the concern be al-
lowed to bid on the work.
The Board agreed to allow I. W.
Sidwell $100.00 a month to pay for
clerical services he said was needed
for record keeping for Civil De-
Max Kilbourn appeared before
the board reporting on the castingg
qualities of sgoil-cement streets put
down by the county and stated that
they were holding up well. Kil-
bourn designed the roads and stat-
ed that he is currently testing a
new formula that will give just as
good a road with less cost.
DR. CHARLES HOWARD
Robert Nedley Will
Head Jaycees in '63-'64
The Port St. Joe Jaycees elected
officers for the coming year on
21 Local Citizens
Lobby For State
Twenty-one civic and gov-
ernmental leaders from Port
St. Joe were in Tallahassee
yesterday lobbying members
of the House and Senate in
favor of the proposed St. Jos-
eph Spit State Park.
The group was introduced
in the Senate by Senator Lu-
ther Tucker and in the House
by Representative Ben Wil-
liams and spent the better
part of the day making valu-
able contacts pushing the St.
Joseph Spit park with mem-
bers of the Legislature and
with the Park Commission.
The group also made a tour
of the new quarters of the
Florida Development Commis-
sion and were treated to lunch
by Ben Dickens, formerly of
Port St. Joe, and now an attor-
ney for the Development Com-
mission. The luncheon was
held at the Tallahassee Coun-
try Club. |
Dr. Chas. Howard
At Long Avenue
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
announces that revival service and
Bible Conference will be held in
their church next week. Services
will begin on Monday evening, May
20 and continue through next Sun
day, May 26.
The visiting preacher will be Dr.
Charles B. Howard of North Caro-
lina. The Reverend Howard is a
well-known evangelist in the Sou-
thern Baptist Convention and also
as a noted Bible teacher. He has
served as pastor in Raleigh, North
Carolina for 15 years before going
to Campbell College as head of the
Bible department and pastor.
Besides conducting evangelistic
services, Dr. Howard finds time to
direct the Howard Memorial Chris-
tian Education Fund which has in-
vested over $600,000.00 in helping
needy students through college and
seminary. As of April 1, 1963 846
students have been helped in 89
colleges and seminaries. More than
700 of these are already on their
fields of service at home and
abroad. Dr. Howard estimates that
he has conducted over 1100 revival
services during his ministry. You
will be blessed by his preaching of
the word of God.
The revival music, during the
meeting in the Long Avenue church
will be directed by Bob Presley,
minister of music for the Cove
Baptist Church in Panama City.
Services will begin at 8:00 p.m.
each evening Monday through Sun-
day. Early morning worship ser-
vices will be conducted on four
mornings, Tuesday through Friday.
These services will be held at 7:00
a.m. to 7:40 a.m. A light breakfast
will be served by the church im-
mediately following the morning
The church nursery will be open
HOLLYWOOD-Dr John W Tuesday night of this week. for the night services. J. C. Odum,
HOLLYWOODe-rDr. John w Appointed to serve for the com- Pastor of the church, extends a cor.
Hendrix of Port St. Joe will offi- ing year are: Robert Nedley, presi- dial welcome to everyone to at-
cially represent the Franklin-Gulf dent; Joe Parrott, first vice-presi- tend these revival services and Bi-
County Medical Society at the 89th dent; Hulon Mitchell, second vice- ble Conference.
annual meeting of the Florida Md-president; Charles Norton, secre- ______
ical Association being held here tary; Bill Brown, treasurer.
May 16-19. He ste as elected a dle- Directors named to serve during May 17 Pre-School
gate to the state association the coming year are: Roy Burch,
the local medical group. As a vot- Jake Koller, Wade Barrier, Harry Registration Day
ing member of the House of Dele- Tison and Carl Guilford.
gates, Dr. Hendrix will help de- The new officers will be install- The Highland View Elementary
cide-along with delegates of the ed at a banquet to be held on June School has set May 17 as registrar
other 40 county medical societies- 29. Officers will assume their new tion day for those children who
the state organization's policies, duties at the beginning of the Jay- will be six years old on or before
Wcee year on July 1. December 31, 1963. A birth certifi-
JAYCEETTES WILL HAVE y cate or registration of birth will
MONTHLY MEETING MONDAY Mrs. B. A. Collier and children be necessary for registration.
The Port St. Joe Jayceettees will are spending this week in Talla Registration hours will be from
have their May meeting Monday hassee with Mrs. Collier's parents, 9:00 a.m., EST until 3:30 in the
night at the St. Joe MoteL Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Duggar. first grade rooms.
At Public Hearing Saturday Afternoon
Williams Says He'll Drop Port Bill
Pat Spears Gets Award
Carol Ann Patterson I
Graduates From College Patricia Spears, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Spears of Port St.
Miss Carol Ann Patterson of Joe has been recently selected by
Port St. Joe will be graduated from Vanderbilt University, Nashville,
Sacred Heart College, Cullman, Tennessee, for a full academic
Ala., in commencement exercises scholarship to attend a summer in-
May 30. She will be awarded an stitute in American Studies.
associate in arts degree from the Miss Spears is completing her
select two-year women's college, first year of teaching at Satellite
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. High School, Satellite Beach, Flor-
James Lamar Hardy. She is a grad- ida, where she has taught Ameri-
uate of Port St. Joe High School can History and Sociology. Miss
and majored in elementary edu- Spears is a '62 graduate of Florida
cation at college. State University.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........---- -------. 9:45 a m
MORNING WORSHIP ..----.---------... 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-.......-----..--. 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....--- 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Cons'!tntton
REV. THOMAS 8 HARRIS, D.D., M!nlster
Church School ... .. 9:45 A.H.
Morning Worship -----.----------- 11:00 A.KM
Bibye Study (Wednesday) ---..------.........--- 7:30 P.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship ........... 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship --- 7:30 P.M.
Be Sure To Atte
ATTEND GARDEN CLUB Mrs. Terry Hinote and Mrs. Wesley
PRESIDENT'S CONFERENCE R. Ramsey.
Attending the President's Con- -
ference of the Florida Federation Spends Week End Here
of Garden Clubs, District 2, held Mrs. J. L. Dominey spent last
in Panama City last Tuesday, were week end visiting her daughter and
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, Mrs. Dave family, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey.
Jones, Mrs. James Tankersley, Mrs. -
Roy,,Hellen, Mrs. Maurice Dawson, USE THE WANT ADS
S ULn.. Frl.,
FROM A WORLD YOU ARE THEIR
BELOW, IT CAME '
TO TERRORIZE- ".: .1"s ~'. .r 'N
.. .. m~:... ;",
.. ; .. ': ; ;. s" .I ,"- ,' ";?' \ '' : .:', ,.
Pictured above- left to ri ht t,.,1: \W. 0. Nich-l, lMr.s. WV. MA. Chafing, Mrs VW.
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, Mrs. R. Whittle, Mrs. J. Herring, Mrs. H. F. Ayers and Mrs. C.
R. W. Jackson. Standing: Mrs. R. L. Hol- B. Smith.
land, Mrs. W. J. Parker, Mrs. C. Ellis, Mrs. ---Star Photo
First Baptist W MU Celebrates 75th of the meeting was the display of'
Wh t |the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Anniversary of Southern Baptist W MU Commission, ably presented by
Robert J. Lancraft, Information
W. and Education Officer of Panama
The WMU of the FirstBapti Mrs. W. J. Ierring, was a very out- City and Thomas McDaniel, Wild-
The WMU of the First Bapti standing WMU leader. Miss Emma life Officer of Wewahitchka.
Church celebrated the 75th an- Whitfield, represented by Mrs. W.
versary of the WMU of the South- 0. Nichols, was the designer of the An annual affair, the program
ern Baptist Convention. The pro- WMU emblem. As the missionary was arranged by the Gulf County
gram narrated by Mrs. C. Byron movement, having fully developed Unit of the Florida Forest Service,
Smith, opened with a brief history by 1915, a history of the First Bap- assisted by the Florida Game and
of the WMU. Mrs. W. M. Chafin, a tist Church was presented. Those Fresh Water Fish Commission, Lis-
missionary's mother and her prayer representing the years of history ter Timber and Pulpwood Co., and
mates, Mrs. H. F. Ayers and Mrs. were Mrs. R. W. Jackson, 1926; Mrsthe St. Joe Paper Company.
W. J. Daughtry planted the first R. Whittle, 1930; Mrs. W. J. Par- Originated several years ago by
seed in the missionary movement. ker 1940, Mrs. R. L. Holland, 1950 County Ranger Alton Hardy, this
Miss ,Fanny Heck, represented by d Mrs. C. Ellis, 1960. program is recognized by forestry
In the years of 1920 Mrs. W. J. groups as one of the most effec-
Daughtry, a charter member of the live school conservation programs
S T h e church, recalled the efforts putin the state.
T forth in building the first one room -
Baptist Church. Mrs. Myrtice Smith
spoke of the furnishing of the first Golden Agers
CO U T ildin and o the music they en-Club M ts
S CU ^ joyed. As the history progressed,
-Mrls. J. O. Ba1ggett brought 1o mind l M t
many WMWd activities of the 1940's
and 50*s. Monday night was the regular
At te close of the program the i meeting time of the Golden Agers
Club': with all officers d most
presidents of the WMU both pastmembers present and od
and present were recognized. They for fun ...
were: Mrs. J. A. Connell, Mrs. W.
J. Daughtry, Mrs. J. O. Baggett, ti r call transac-
Mrs 11. owll.Mrs. C. A. Mc- t h we were ready
It. th, c 1,-i.iin irepared'by Calla
Clellan. Mrs. W. Ramsey, Mrs. C. k .In prepared by Cla
Pcrritt and.Elizabeth Montgomery.
Pridgeon. Mrs. E. C. Cason, Mrs. W. Prizes l izbeth Mont -mery.
J Ferrell. Mrs. W. J. Herring. Mrs. p were gven to wnners ofthe
L. W. Cox, Mrs. G. Martin, Mrs. W.nd dress making contest.
M. Chafin, Mrs. Xuritha Ward, Mrs. The costumes created (using news
Ethel Westbrook, M-s. B. B. Flem- papers for -material) were really
Ethel Westbrook,.Airs. B. 11. Flem something to behold.
ing, Mrs. J. C. Bray, Mrs. O. Bate- Mrs. Iva Williams served refresh-
man, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry and Mrs. ens assisted by Ellen Kirkland
lents assisted by Ellen Kirkland
C. Ellis. and Elizabeth Montgomery. The
Following the program a recep next meeting will be May 27 at
tion was held for those attending. 8:00 p.m.
.r. II -
This Advertisement Sponsored By
Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe
MEMBER: Florida National Group of Banks and FDIC
Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi held installation ceremony
of new officers for the year of
1963-64 following their regular
meeting which was held in the
home of Mrs. June Gay.
Mrs. Gladys Brown, president,
led the group in saying the opening
ritual. Minutes of the previous
meeting were read by Mrs. Sammy
Dean who also called the roll. The
treasurer's report was given by
Mrs. Pauline McGill. All commit
tee chairmen were presented.
Following the business program
the meeting was turned over to
Mrs. Shirley Daniels who presented
an interesting talk on architecture.
After the program, installation
of new officers were as follows:
Mrs. Carol Rish, president; Mrs.
Greta Freeman, vice-president; Mrs.
Dolores Cox, recording secretary,
Mrs. Retha Freeman, treasurer;
Mrs. Sara Peters, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Pauline McGill, ex-
tension officer and Mrs. Flo Mad-
dok, civil defence. The meeting
was closed with everyone saying
the closing ritual in unison. A so-
cial hour was enjoyed and delicious
refreshments were served.
Sixth Grade Shown
Fair weather and almost 100%
attendance made the Gulf County
sixth grade forestry programs, held
four days last week at the White
City Tower a complete success.
Students from the county's five
elementary schools visited the For-
est Service Unit in groups of two
or three classes each (lay and re-
ceived first hand information on
forest and wildlife conservation
and fire prevention, had a trip up
the tower, a picnic lunch and lots
One of the outstanding features
. 0A S UE MURN
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
IT COULD BE THE^T ^
CROSBY\ HopE TECHNICOLOR
ON OLLINS AUDIE MURPHY.- JOHN SAXON
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
MOST TERRIFYING :
I HAVE EVER MADE!"
A UNIVRSAL REI.EASKI TECHNICOLORG
ROD TAYLOR -JESSICA TANDT SUZANNE PLESIJEITE ..-J..w.TPPr'HfDRElL
HONE: BAll 7-4191
, Holidays 2:48 p.m.
u Thurs. 4:4 p.m.
ong Avenue Baptist Church
RE VIVAL MEETING
and BIBLE CONFERENCE
MAY 20 through 26 8:00 P.M.
Dr. Charles B. Howard
MR. BOB PRESLEY, Revival Song Leader
NURSERY OPEN EACH EVENING
EVERYONE IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
MORNING SERVICES: 7:00 7:40 A.M. TUESDAY through FRIDAY
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
These Specials Good
Wednesday thru Tuesday May 15, 16, 17, 18,20,21
___ ^RICH'S IS THE NUMBER ONE FOOD STORE IN GULF COUNTY
ii !SHOP Where the Majority Shops
YOUR TOTAL ALWAYS COMES OUT CHEAPER AT RICH'S
"THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER BUY"
Fros ,MWEINERS 3 full lbs.
Dur Budget SLICED BACON, 1 lb. pkgs. 3 for A
Plenty Meat HAM HOCKS 3 lbs.
Smoked Link SAUSAGE 3 b. bag
Frosty Morn Roll SAUSAGE 3 lb. roll
OUR BEST FRESH CENTER OUT
For Your Convenience .
Choice Selection Swift
CENTER CUT HAM STEAKS lb. 59c
WHOLE HAM, BUTT or SHANK HALF Ib. 39c
SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEIN and U. S. GOOD
Eii Beef Buy STEERS
Swift Premium Proten and U. S. Good MINUTE & CUBE STEAK
SIRLOIN & ROUND STEAK Each -
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST (none better) lb. 89c
RUMP ROAST (our best) lb. 69c
BROILING BONELESS TIP STEAK lb. 98c
BONELESS STEW BEEF lb. 69c
4 FRE S H P OR K LIVER
SPlenty of Meat
FRESH NECK BONE
Large Stalk Fresh Tender Green Frying Yellow
CELERY Cucumbers BE A N S 0 K RA SQ U A SH
Cello Bag -
CARROTS Bellreppers Pound Pound Pound
2 FOR 4 EOR
25c 19c 15c 29c 10c
FRESH VINE RIPE Fresh Shelled
Tomatoes BLACKEYE PEAS
Gal. Jug Full Y2 Gal. Jug Full Bag
Lb. 10c 1.39 73c 39c
LARGE, ICE COLD -- 30 LB. AVG.
FRESH FROM THE FIELD YELLOW
Corn 19c ifateriiielons 9Xc
r0 a s GUARANTEED RED and RIPE!
YOUR GROCERY BUDGET WILL ALWAYS GO FURTHER AT RICH'S .
SEE FOR YOURSELF PLUS ONE DOZEN FREE EGGS WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
"DIXIE ULY" ... The highest quality, PIXIE LILY BEST
best merchandise that can be bought. l a 1 4 O
DIXIE LILY PEAS and BEANS are hand Box l O
picked and belt graded.
Blue Plate Swiftning Cokes, Pepsi and all Nabisco Vanilla Lg. Bo
Mayonnaise Shortening other brds cann W WAFERS C9
Quart Jar 3 Pound Can DRN K I N Nabisco Lb.
ur r ^ou lOCans SALTINES 9C
4 C 5 C 9 il5c SCRATCH FEED 98C
MISS GA. SWEET C
Ga. Grade 'A' Large Best Brown Dozen
Fill Your Deep Freeze Wholesale at Rich's
1 Dozen Ga. Grade "A" Large
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
BROWN and SERVE
From The Florida Agricultural Extension Service
Gardening In Florida...
By HERVEY SHARPE chemicals around their home. But With the pets gone, the fleas
Fleas are having a fling this remember, fleas multiply faster find themselves with no domestic
spring. If fleas increase to the point than dogs. I animals on which to feed. There-
that Fido gets behind with hit Getting rid of the dogs isn't the fore, they begin to aggravate the
scratching, the answer is simple answer. Most folks who get rid of homeowner.
-get another dog. their pets complain that fleas be- to the long dry spell in Ap-
Adding a dog may be the answer come more numerous in the ril, ticks are also showing up in
for those who oppose the use of and even invade the house. the lawns of some homes.
The same treatment will kill
both fleas and ticks. It's a triple
"BEST T PIC approach of treating pets, inside
T mUR a *f the house and the lawn area.
-W inner of 10 A 4 percent malathion dust is ef-
fective flea killed on pets. For an.
Academ y indoor flea-tick control, apply a
ready-prepared household spray
A wards I containing malathion or diazinon
alone or in combination with eith-
er chlordane or dieldrin.
SA sprayer, a paint brush, or a
pump-type oil can is excellent for
applying insecticides to cracks in
t' the floors, around baseboards, and
in other dark, protected places. Be
sure to spray mats and furniture on
which pets sleep.
For an outdoor attack on pet
pests, use a jar spray attachment
on the garden hose. Spray mixtures
containing BHC, DDT, and diazinon
will kill both fleas and ticks.
As fleas like dry, sandy areas for
breeding, be sure to spray under
the house, under the tool shed and
in the sand bed where you park the
Even if you don't .have ants in
U'NiirATIs T your pantry, you may have them
elsewhere-including your plants.
So inspect now. Look for the lit-
"WEST SIDE STORY" ROBERTWISE-JEROME ROBBINS ERNSTLEHMAN tle black invaders as well as the
ROBERT WISE tt= PSAU ML U. CHAPUIN -,.o..o ,.,JEROM_. .OBBINS
T .....SLEONARD BERNSTEIN ,. S, 5TEPHEN QNDHEIM big red ones,
,...NATALIE WOOD ROBERTE. GRIAFFITH HAROLD S. RICE Often these pests are on orna-
so, e, ARTHUR LAURENTS
RICHARD BEYMER RUSS TAMBLYN ROE'""""*.*'... .MEBBINS.. mental guarding "slave" insects
RITA MORENO GEORGE CHAKIRIS ..... .. -. ......, that are making honeydew for their
captors. Ants harbor eggs of scale
Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday insects, mealybugs, whiteflies, aph-
MAY 18-19 -20-21 ids and leafhoppers in their nest
MAY 18 19 20 21 i..h.t tn hpbqnr. of a
MN D RIVE-IN
U. S. Highway 98 West Apalachicola, Florida
THE STAR., Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963
Ants also invade lawns. Beside
their painful sting, ants make un-
sightly hills that clutter up an oth-
erwise perfect lawn.
For outdoor control, Agricultural
Extension Service entomologists
suggest chlordane or dieldrin in
water-base sprays. For attacking an
ant nest, try two tablespoons of 50
percent chlordane per gallon of
water. Pour the mixture into the
nest spending. Then soak the area
with water to wash the insecticide
down to the bottom hiding place of
the queen ant.
On plants apply a spray mixture
of a tablespoonful of 50 percent
] wettable chlordane powder in three
gallons of water. Do not apply this
poison to foliage or fruit that will
If ants are in the house, discover
if they are coming from outside
or if the nest is indoors. For ants
that are sneaking in from the out-
side, block their path by blowing
either a 5 percent chlordane or a
2 percent dieldrin dust into the
ants' line of march.
For an indoor application, use 3
percent chlordane or 0.5 percent
dieldrin in a non-staining deodoriz-
Students Will Need
SS Number To Work
Hundreds of students will be
working for the first time this
summer and will need a Social Se-
curity card, John V. Carey, District
Manager of the Panama City Social
Security Office, said this week.
Most employers refuse to hire
workers who cannot show a Social
Age is not a factor unless the
student is working for his parents,
Carey continued. (Students should
hpeck with their schoonnl nprincinpal
UlULi L1 e wniLC er U UC De su uL it.-- ,-- --.-- o--r- ^--ja
spring and summer supply of sweet to learn if a work permit will be
excreta, needed.) Also, a student must have
Ant injury to plants is indirect. a Social Security card even though
Ants keep the insect pests at full the job he hopes to get may be only
strength for destroying vegetables part time. Any work in a business
and ornamentals by practicing sani- for any amount of pay is covered
station, fighting off natural preda- by Social Security, and your em-
tors and preventing an invasion of player will have to make a report
of your earnings.
i Applications for Social Security
cards, or for a card to replace one
that may have been lost, are avail-
able at all Social Security offices.
If you live outside of Panama City,
you may obtain the necessary ap-
plication form at your local Post
jOffice. If you plan to work this
summer and do not have a Social
Security card, you should apply for
one immediately so that you will
have it by the time school is out.
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone PO 3-5331.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
SFLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Elizabeth Sanders (also known as
N.' J t Lizzie Sanders), deceased, are here
by notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of.
ficc of the County Judge of Gulf
fCounty, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
| r l s-x (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
r notice. Each claim or demand
must be in writing and must state
the place of residence and post of-
S fice address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
Dated this 24th day of April, A.
/s/ Rev. Charles P. Price
Administrator of the Es-
i1 tate of Elizabeth Sanders,
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR. 4t
S Attorney for Administrator 4-25
Need SR-22 Filing and
liability insurance? Ask
your agent to send your
application to us if you've
been cancelled or reject.
ad. We can Insure almost
anyone at fair rates re.
gardless of driving rec-
ord. Fire, theft, compare.
hensive and collision also
available. Premiums may
be paid In easy Install-
To Agont: We will be
pleased to send complete
kit on request. Broker-
age 11 Assigned Risk
Fresh CORN 10 ears 39c
POTATOES 10 lbs. 29c
Jane Parker Delicious BLUEBERRY
11/2 Lb. 49C
Super-Right Canned LUNCHEON
All Flavors-1 Qt., 14 oz. Cans Special!
HI-C DRINKS 3cans 88c
m "NO COUPONS
With Purchase, ea.
oTAMP of following items
SKIN BRACER -- 7 oz. $1.00
One Pound Cans
Gaines Dog Food ---- 6 cans 99c
SUNTAN LOTION -- 4 oz. $1.39
lOc Off Label
FKIEWAX-- = -- .t. can $1.09
, House and Garden Bug Killer
Johnson's Raid -- bomb $1.29
Revelofi Living Curl
Hair Spray 20 oz. $1.75
Loose TEA l---- b. box $1.05
Pepsodent-10c Off Label Family Size
rooth Paste family tube 73c
Floride-10c off Label-family size
Tooth Paste family tube 73c
Bayer Aspirin -- btl of 100 73c
With Purchase, ca.
of following items
Our Own I
Instant Tea ------- 1 V2 oz. 39c
Italian Dressing -----16 oz. 39c
Imitation Vanilla --- 16 oz. 39c
Corn Oil Margarine ----- lb. 29c
i EVERY POUND CUSTOM GROUND TO FIT YOUR OWN COFFEUIAAXERI
Corn Meal 5 lbs. 51c
ZEST SOAP 2 for 41c
TIDE reg. pkg. 33c
Ivory Liquid reg. 35c
DASH giant pkg. 79c
Mr. Clean gt. pkg. 69c
Gold King Frozen
Onion Rings 8 oz. 39c
MILD & MELLOW
RICH & FUU.-BODIED VIGOROUS & WINEY
RED CIRCLE BOKAR COFFEE
BAG S BAG
8 Lb. Bag $1.59
reg. 35c Baby Food 10 for 99c
reg. 35c Ivory Snow reg. 35c
urgent Liquid Detergent
gt. size 99c JOY gt. size 65c
COMET 2 for 33c
SALVO reg. 41c
All Purpose Oil
DEXOLA gal. $1.73
BLEACH gal. 39c
CHEER gt. size 79c
Spic 'N Span pkg. 24c
THRILL gt. size 65c
Pure Veg. Shortening
DEXO 3 lb. can 61c
COFFEE 5 oz. 99c
Ivory Soap 4 for 27c
510 FIFTH STREET
Foo Sto s Prices in this ad are good through
Sunday, May 19
3-Day Sale Starts TODAY! Hundreds of Items for Entire
Come In! Shop Around! Save! Family at Deep-Cut Prices!
Over 14,000 Items to Choose From!
It's easy, it's convenient. Whatever you
need, it's probably in our catalog!
Your New Western Auto Store
Double In Floor Space
Completely Air Conditioned
Bring the I i
Family! Let's Get Acquainted!
FE Register Today for
F EE EValuable Door Prizes
Toys for the Kiddies
'Rain Hats or Spatulas for Mom
Screw Drivers for Dad
Nothing to buy no obligation! Come in
and register during our grand opening! Prizes
for the whole family!
DRAWING G jftN
YOUR CHOICE: If I o
Big 19" Portable Truetone TV
1 hp Air Conditioner
Come in to see our new store and
register for Free Grand Prize.
Measure Is diagonal TRUET(
Top performer even
in the fringe areas!
To Be Given Away Saturday, tuner"-Extra thin!
May 18 5:00 P.M.
You do not have Guarantees Cool Summers
You do not have ^- ^- .
to be present to
Compact 1 HP
Must be 16 years N l
JC1321 ig" ,
Low cost, comfortable 1-room cooling. Installs in one min-
of age or older toute with new Ex-Pand-O panels-fits any window from
19V2" to 37". Automatic thermostat and two-speed fan
register. give you positive comfort control. Fully rustproof.
Wizard Appliances .. 1st Choice Over 2,000,000 Times!
14.6 Cu. Ft. No-Frost
Storage Shelves Jet Stream
in Refrigerator a Cooling Keeps
and Freezer! Food Fresher!
Deep-door storage in refrigerator and freezer .
special space for ice cream, frozen foods, cans, be.,
jars plus two egg trays! Convenient!
30 quart crisper keeps vegetables salad fresh!
Adjustable refrigerator shelves-flexible storage;
Danish Modern Design less than 30" wide!
New Acrylic exterior! Porcelain interior!
See it today and save $100! Buy it today on W.A.'s
Handy Charge and get a VALUABLE FREE GIFT!
Plus Federal Tax
ard Recappable Tire
for kids up
* Holds 511 lbs. frozen food!
a Full-range temperature con-
trol from 0 to minus 100!
4 Hi-Density fiberglas insula-
doo for slim design!
* Counierbalanced safety lid!
NO MONEY DOWN!
Wizard Engine by
- .Cim:on ... Rugged
r. Iron Sleeve
Not a second! Not a retread! But a
brand new Davis Tire built q9
W'.A, rigid specifications! Why
pay more when nylon safety costs
Davis Silent Sentry
Low profile designs runs cool
at high speeds! Polybutadiene
Miracle Rubber and Du Pont
nyloq cord mean
(Jurable comfort, 11 98
te O io DAVID B. MAY
\ iwa- ..L--
Professional Quality Hi-Powered Workhorse...
with Shock-Absorbing Enclosed V-Belt Drive!
Power Mower No Mone..y Down No Payment 'ti,, May
* Plows through toughest vegetation easily and quickly!
* 23/4-H.P., 4-cycle cast-iron sleeve Clinton engine!
* Exclusive quiet-zone design cuts vibration noise!
Wizard Custom 19"
* Husky 23/4 H.P. Engine!
* Handy Recoil Starter!
* 4 Easily Adjustable Cut-
ting Heights! Close-trim
Tirbo-Arch Steel Blade!
NO MONEY DOWN
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back!
to 45 lbs.
Custom 15 Chest Freezer
4 Heavy Duty. Will meet
or surpass S.A.E. specs.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963
Tyndall AFB Jets To Stage Fly-Over
Saturday for Armed Forces Day
Tyndall AFB-based jet intercep-
tors will fly over nine northwest
Florida cities and one Georgia com-
munity Saturday, May 18, as part
of the area-wide Air Force partici-
pation in Armed Forces Day 1963.
Emphasizing the "Power for
Peace" theme for Armed Forces
Day, 16 sleek jet interceptors will
begin their fly over at 9:00 a.m.
over Panama City signalling the
start of a giant Armed Forces Day
parade on Harrison Avenue.
duled for the flyover include four
each of the jet powered T-22 train-
er and F-102, W-101 and F-106 in-
The planes will cross each sche-
duled point at 1,000 feet altitude
providing weather conditions per-
mit, according to base officials.
At 9:38 the group of jets will
fly over Port St. Joe. They are
to land again at Tyndall AFB at
9.46 a.m. after having flown over
Chipley, Graceville, Marianna,
Bainbridge, Ga., Quincy, Apala-
chicola and Port St. Joe.
During the afternoon Open House ,
at the base 12 of the 16 aircraft -
will perform a fly over at the base SUPPORT THE SHARKS
in tight formation. Aircraft sche-
Army Exercise UnderwayHe
NEW ORLEANS, LA.-Approximately 1600 men of the
394th Transportation Battalion from Camp Leroy Johnson, on to St. Joseph Spit.
New Orleans, are approaching the mid-way point of the Forming thel staff for ANAC.
DUTRA (Annual Active Duty Train.
Spring 1963 training exercises, having just completed tech- ing) at Theodore this year are: Lt.
nical and tactical training at the Theodore Army Terminal, Colonel Morehead; Lt. Colonel Paul
Theodore, Alabama, in the stcond phase of the four-phase E. Workman, operations and train-
training operation. The mission of the exercise is to provide ing officer; 1-Lt. John C. Taylor;
specialized training at Theodore in the LOTS (logistics over 1-Lt. Theodore D. Terry; 2-Lt. Jacob
the shore) Training Exercist and the annual Army Training Bear; 2-Lt. William J. Cepica;
Test at St. Joseph Spit, Florida, it was revealed this week by
Colonel A. J. Cornelson, Commanding Officer, U. S. Army
Transportation Terminal Command, Gulf. IST '
The exercises officially began
April 1 when preparation for mob- tions, has been made into an ideal
ilization was begun. The first area for field training, both for ac-
phase, lasting through April 11, tive duty troops and Federal Re-
consisted of loading equipment and servists. Personnel from Camp Le-
supplies for the move to Theodore; roy Johnson, utilizing the same
the second phase included the move economical methods of hard work,
from Camp Leroy Johnson, the on-hand materials and equipment,
specialized training at Theodore and ingenuity that transformed
and preparation for the exercises Camp Villere in Slidel, La., into
at St. Joseph Spit. The annual a similar field training site last
LOTS operation at Port St. Joe, year, leveled the ground for a tent
Florida, and the culminating Army city, constructed specialized train-
Training Test there, will give the ing areas, and prepared the beach
commanders a measured evaluation operating site on adjacent Mobile
of the combat readiness of their Bay in time for the beginning of
troops. Throughout the exercise, the spring exercises.
the majority of the activities will Newly constructed areas for the
be logistical, moving military car- training at Theodore include: an
go from ship to shore, and over the obstacle course; hasty field fortifi-
beach, stockpiling it at supply cations area; grenade range and
points, then transporting it inland, mine-booby trap; gas chamber;
This exercise will become tacti- pace and compass courses; combat
cal during the ATT, when aggres- proficiency course; outdoor class-
sors, aircraft, simulated nuclear rooms; and areas for training in
attacks, perimeter defenses and atomic radiation, defense and at-
light weapons will lend a flavor of tack problems, jungle and guerrilla
combat conditions to the operation, warfare, tactical maneuvers and
Qualified "umpires" wil Iview the bivouacs, recreation, field sanita-
proceedings and rate the troops on tion and camouflage. The headquar-
their training and combat profi- ters are was completely renovated
ciency. and an administrative area set up.
Following the 12 days training on Lt. Colonel Thomas G. Morehead
St. Joseph Spit, which lies some two assumed command on 8 April 1963
and a half miles off-shore from of the U. S. Army Summer Train-
Port St. Joe, the battalion will re- ing Center which has been activat-
turn to Theodore for approximately ed at Theodore. The Center will re-
two weeks for advanced small unit main in operation for the support
training in both tactical and techni- of Camp Leroy Johnson troop train-
cal phases of operation. With the ing and reserve training until about
exception of a provisional company, September 5. The recently formed
remaining behind, the battalion is provisional company, headed by
expected to return to Camp Le- Captain Edgar G. Hamilton, which
roy Johnson June 5, closing out preceded the battalion to Theodore,
the 52-day field exercises. will act in a support role during
The Theodore Army Terminal, a this period, with one unit remain-
new sight for these spring opera- ing at Theodore and another going
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
322 Monument Ave.
You Are Welcome To The
First United Pentecostal Church
10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 ALM.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30 P.M.
AIR-CONDITIONED CENTRAL HEAT
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ................ --------6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
5 HAMBURGERS $1.00
5 HOT DOGS $1.00
EVERY DAY NO LIMIT
To Take Out
Corner Fourth Street and Monument Ave.
a-- 2-Lt. Elliot II. Scugop.
Brookley Air Force Base of ko-
bile, through agreements with the
Army,, is providing logis)lcal tup-
port and emergency hospitalization
facilities while the troopA are at
Theodore. Tyndall Air Fortn Base,
near Panama City.
To Supply Your
Ready Mix Concrete Needs
For Quality and Service
or Write P.O. BOX 249
OF A SELL-OUT!
Why Pay High Water Bills When You Can
Have Your Own Well?
WHILE THEY LAST!
A Complete Well System for Only
HERE'S WHAT YOU GET (Please compare prices)
1-1/3 hp. Heavy Duty, High Volume Pump .... $ 85.00
3--5 ft. Sections 1V4" Pipe with Sleeves at $2.50 7.50
1-30" Heavy Duty Well Point 7.95
1-1V4" Chtck Valve 3.50
Necessary Elbows, Nipples and Union Needed to
Connect Pump to Well 3.50
NORMAL TOTAL PRICE $109.45
YOU SAVE $20.00
St. Joe Auto Parts
311 Williams Ave. Phone 227-2611 Port St. Joe, Fla.
The General Public Is Invited to the
MAY 20 through 25
Sponsored by the
The Port St. Joe High School
BAND BOOSTERS CLUB
One of the Cleanest Type Family Shows That
Has Ever Been Here!
COME OUT AND RIDE THE
Merry-Go-Round Ferris Wheel
Tilt-A-Whirl Roller Coaster Whirly-Gig
Big Swing Rollo Plane Space Ship
Train Autos Merry-Go-Round
Young and old! Come out have A Good Time
and support your High School Band to raise funds
Special Thursday Night
From 6:00 to 10:00 P.M. *
All Children Can Ride All Rides
for only 15c each .
ALSO, RIDES HALF PRICE FRIDAY, FROM 3 to 6
Ml Cormiick'x SHper Mkt.
and SELF- SERVICE LAUNDRY
with NEW MAYTAG WASHERS and DRYERS -
LAUNDRY OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -- 7:00 A.M. UNTIL 10:00 P.MJ.
German Style Pork Shoul4, ----
FRANKS 5 lbs. $1.39 STEAKS lb. 35c
Hickory Smoked Half Ga. Grade A-Limit- 4-14to.4 Lb.
or whole s4PORKC
BACON PORK CHOPS
Pound ONTER R
Margaret Holmes FIRST
White Acre 2UT,] 09
1 Pound Ca Blackman Special
FA 9No.5 Jug
RIcE Go. Grade "A" EGGS 39c
RICE Small----2 doz. 69c
1 Pound Bag Medium 2 dozen 79c Golden Pod
l~C No. 1Pow#d
--nea Potatoes 10
5 Lb. Dixie Lily Self 0 I -a
Rising 50 LB. Blue Plate
Corn Meal .L -.
1 Lb. Box Mayonnaise
D ixie Lily G rits -Qua rtJ ar
BOTH FOR 16 Oz. Jumbo DRINKS arar
49c each 5c 39c
GROCERY PRICES GOOD MAY 15th through MAY 21
I 0. *U
..HAS MORE OF 'EM...AND
IN THE BIGGEST VARIETY
for the lady who pushes the cart
"SNIAGRAB" spelled backwards is "BARGAINS"
IGA PLAIN or SELF RISING
. f ": .>.:f -. '' -
Frosty Morn 12 Oz. Pkg.
Frosty Morn Sliced
Tablerite Mix or Match Luncheon
MEAT 4 GS.
3 LB. CAN
2 LB. JAR
14 QT. SIZE
4 ROLL PACK
5 LB. SACK
Soi, crisp heads of TableFresh lettuce
will assure success in any salad...
greao "ate with dressin" tool
2U.S. NO. 1
EXTRA SPECIAL LARGE EACH
U. S. NO. 1 GREEN POUND
Niagara 24 Oz. Box
Instant Starch 24oz.
Karo Syrup pint
Green Giant Cream Style
Golden Corn 303 can
No. 303 Can
Green Giant Peas can
Niblet Corn 12oz.
Peaches no.2 2can
Iced Tea 1/2 b. box
Pink Salmon tall can
3 Lb. Bag
Perfection Rice bag
Raisin Bran 14oz.
Angel Food Cake Mix pkg.
8 Oz. Pkg.
American or 2
Quantity Rights Reserved
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
NO SALE TO DEALERS SPECIALS for MAY 15, 16, 17 and 18
The Discount Story
The Discount story is simple and easy to tell. Woods IGA
has a Creed "Highest Quality and Lowest Prices" .
Our courteous and helpful employees are ready and willing
to do whatever is necessary to make your shopping easier
and more enjoyable We don't use any GIMMICKS .
COUPONS OR STAMPS to get you into the store .
We give you Honest values for monies spent!!! Everyone
meets our prices occasionally, but usually on only one or
two items at a time. So don't run all over town to save a
few pennies Shop WOOD'S IGA DISCOUNT FOODLINER
. and SAVE DOLLARS!
Shop Jitney with confidence. .for your complete
& Shop Jitney with confidence .for your complete
food needs every day of the week, you'll find...
plenty of values here!
A I*y '"'^ ''*^' ** T
These Prices Good Thursday, Friday, and
GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
Monday, Tuesday and
Saturday, May 16, 17 and 18
:3 :;AU Pack
Register every day at Jitney Jungle. Register again each week.
WILSON'S CERTIFIED 18 LB. AVG.
WHOLE OR HALF SUNNYLAND
5 LB. PKG.
SUNNYLAND CARDINAL SLAB
und BACON P29c
,F GOOD BEEF-50 FREE GRAND PRIZE STA MPS WITH PKG. OF 10
Cubed Steaks 'H1oc
9 TASTY BREADED-50 FREE GRAND PRIZE STAMPS WITH PKG. OF 10
SVeal Cutlets EAI 1Oc
EACH FRIDAY NIGHT PLUS
GEORGIA GRADE A SMALL
Morton's-Peach and Cherry
FRUIT PIES 3 for 97 c
Morton's-Btef, Chicken or Turkey
MEAT PIES each 21 C
FRENCH FRIES pkg. 12c
Yellow -Large Ears
FL 0UR 5lb.Pkg. 39c
BAKE RITE ALL PURPOSE-Limit One Can Witli $5.00 Order or More
SHORTENING 3n. 44c
Bama Strawberry-18 Oz, Tumbler
PRESERVES jar 43c
Jitney Jungle Full Quart
MA Y 0 NN Al ISE jar 39c
Armour's 4c Off Deal
T R E E T can 38c
Ballards or Pillsbury
3 GET 1 FREE DEAL
4 can pkg. 59c
Canned MILK 3 tall cans 41 c
Aluminum Foil roll 28c
Starkist Chunk Style
Grand Prize Stamps
with coupon and
Purchase of $7.50
Grand Prize Stamps
With Coupon and
Grand Prize Stamps
With Coupon and
6 Cans Royal Crown
Grand Prize Stamps
With Coupon and
2 Quarts E-Z
Grand Prize Stamps
With Coupon and
Grand Prize Stamps
With Coupon and
1 Can Tom's
Grand Prize Stamps
2 Cans Lay's
-- Coupons Expire Saturday, May 18 Coupons Expire Saturday, May 18 -
Grand Prize Stamps
$ 5 If You Are Present At The Drawing
Coupons Expire Saturday, May 18 -
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoflice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers -
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for snch b
Port St. Joe Walks Away With Annual
Gulf County Track Meet Last Friday
The annual Gulf County Track 220 Yard Shuttle Relay: Liz Mc-
Meet was held in Port St. Joe last Lemore, Elaine Millergren, Joanna
Friday afternoon at the football Whitfield, and Joanne Borders of
field Once again Port St. Joe took Wewa, first. Time 32.5 seconds.
over the meet, scoring a total of SENIOR HIGH GIRLS
142 points to Wewahitchka's 57. Softball Throw: Jerry Hill, St.
Eleven new meet records were Joe, first; Faye Mahan, Wewa, see-
established as listed below: ond; Bev Strange, Wewa, third.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS Distance 148'6".
Junior "High Girls Softball High Jump: Mary Smith, Wewa,
Throw: Anita Smith, St. Joe, first; first; Jerry Hill, St. Joe, second;
Segars, St. Joe, second; Baily, We- Elaine Sherill, St. Joe, third. Height
wa, third. Distance 168'1" (new re- 4'2" (tied record), i
cord). 75 Yard Dash: M'ary Smith, We-
High Jump:*Pat. White, St. Joe, wa, first; Alane. Sherrod, Wewa,
first; Dianne Maddox, St. Joe, sec- second;. Shaleen Dunlap, St. Joe,
ond; Linda Maddox, Wewa, third. third. Time 11.2 seconds.
Height 4'2": Broad Jump: Jerry Hill, St Joe,
75 yard Dash: Sue Maxwell, St. first; Clarol Hodges, Wewa;. Ida
.Joe, first; Liz McLemore, Wewa, Gortman, Wewa, third. Distance
;second; Sue Gentry, St. Joe, third. 13'11" (new record).' -.
-Time 11.1 seconds. 220 Yard Shuttle Relay: Jerry
Broad Jump: Liz McLemore, We- Hill, Linda Hill, Shaleen Dunlap,
'wa, first; Linda Borders, Wewa, Frances Ruckman, St. Joe, first,
second; Pat White, St. Joe, third. Time 30.5 seconds (new relay).
JOLt.Atan 1T (newn renvol nMwn Ia RHH OYS
EX I0 7'"',oarea,.
Tre$tfOnt DOUBLE GUA
is honored by more than 60,000 Firest
Ond stores from coast to coast wherever
I LIFETIME GUARANTEE ROAD HAZARD
against defects in workmanship and against normal road hazard
materials for the life of the original 2 punctures) encountered in
tread. car use for number of moni
Replacements prorated on tread wear and based on list prices current at ti
I our Firestons GUARANTEE
provides protection against
ti failure from dozens of
load hazards like these
Spikes Screaw Botles Cau
I Curbs Chuckh~oles
priced as shown qat irestone Stores) cp-'petitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at allI service
Por St. Joe, Florida
High Jump: Jake Belin, St. Joe, vaeke, Buddy Kennington, Gene
first; Bill Mahan, Wewa, second; Griffin, Forest Van Camp, St. Joe,
Homer Atkins, Wewa, third. Height first. Time 26.4 seconds.
4'11" (new record).
Softball Throw: David Wood, St. C B G ts
Joe, first; Andy Trammell, St. Joe, local Band Gets
second; Jim Cox, St. Joe, third. Festive
Distance 253'11" (new record). ( FGStlVal Rate
Broad Jump: Donnie Smith, St.
Joe, first; Mike Rutch, St. Joe, sec- The Port St. Joe High School has
ond;: Clark Downs, St. Joe, third. announced the results of the annual
Distance 15'4%". state band contest, held in Fort
Discus Throw: Glen Forehand, Walton Beach on May 2, 3 and 4.
Wewa first; Jerry Parrish, St. Joe, The local band won 13 points out
second; Don Smith, St. Joe, third, of a possible 20 and placed with a
Distance 97'3" (new record), final rating'of "Excellent". A "Su-
75 Yard Dash: David Wood, St. perior" rating was earned in the
joe, first; Ira jorenana, wewa,
second; Mike Rutch, St. Joe, third.
Time, 10 seconds.
marching event but was reduced
to "Excellent" because of one and
one half seconds overtime on the
THE STAR. Port St. Jon. Florild
THURSDAY, MAY I 1&9
ported us so well in our money
making projects. We especially em-
phasize our gratitude to. the St. Joe
Paper Company, Michigan Chem-
ical Company and The Glidden
Company for their contributions
which helped-us so much in caring
for the general expenses of, our
trip to Fort Waltoni, Beach", Dean
Fourth Annual Wewa
Horse Show Saturday
The Fourth Annual Wewa Horse little fun"
Frolics will be presented Saturday
night, May 18 at 7:00 p.m., CST, in eTORK P1
the county seat, according to Dr. ERLMA MBOYLES
Harold B. Canning, producer of the MARTIN BRACKIN
show. GLADYS S. GILL -------- Ladi
For the past four years, the ETHEL M. GAY and. PAULA LI
horse show has been staged by the HAROLD KEELS and DORENE
Wewahitchka Rotary Club will all
proceeds going to the Gulf County Boyes' 17th Anni
Chapter of the American Cancer I i
Entry fees and admission to the
show will be $1.00.
The show will be held in the We-
wahitchka baseball park. GOES INTO ORBIT! AS
The horse show has proven in the EARTHBOUND SAVINGS! .
past has proven to be the best IT'S A HAPPY SELLING PAR
moneymaker put on by the Gulf
County Cancer Crusade to raise Dear Friends:
funds. Following this low priced, non-
profit gabble (or Tattle) you'll save
money to check the RECORD
SPACE MAKING BIRTHDAY VAL-
UES TO BE HAD AT BOYLES
THIS WEEK ... the Friendly,
Neighborly Store with miles of
Smiles! (You Make us Happy with
In our Mail: (Note from a Shoe
Salesman) "Barring floods, earth-
quake, hurricane or famine, I'll see
you on the 14th" Please don't
let the mill go down before I get
there it smells so good and
improves my sinus condition!" A
credit man's form letter: "We
have not received check fdr invoice
686.00 dated in the amount of is
there something wrong with our
bill'" Answer: Your bill is cor-
rect .. There's something wrong
with our bank account." We're
OR COMPANY. checking! A refreshing change
from bills and credit department
Phone 227-3737 letters: The impressive and impurt-
Shot Put: Jim Cox, St. Joe, first; field.
Larry Branch, St. Joe, second Iraway hom
Forehand, Wewa, third. Distance and girls behaved very well and all
32'11". enjoyed themselves to the fullest
S220 Yard Shuttle Relay: David extent, according to Bandmaster
Wood, Mike Rutch, Jake Belin, Ed- Herman Dean.
ward Clark, St. Joe, first. Time eron a t
27.4 seconds (new record). Chaperones accompanying the
2 so (EwO reI rd) Bband on this trip were James Tra-
SENIOR HIGH BOYS week, H. E. Richards, Mrs. Clyde
High Jump: Randy Weston and Fite, Mrs. C. W. Robbins, Mrs'
Robert Settlemire, St. Joe, tied for George McLawhon and Mrs. E. L.
first; Wewa, second. Height 5'3". Antley. All reported excellent
Softball Throw: Buddy Smith, St. conduct on the part of the band
Joe, first; Paul Robbins, St. Joe, students. That they enjoyed an in-
second; Bill Versiga, St. Joe, third. teresting and trouble-free trip, and
Distance 285' (new record). would be willing to go again.
Broad Jump: Gary Estes, St. Joe, "On behalf of the principal and
first; Forrest Van Camp, St. Joe, the members of the High School
second; Joe Garcia, St. Joe, third. Band, I wish to thank all who sup-
Distance 18'6" (new record).
Discus Throw: Gene Tindel, St.
oc, first; Smith, Wewa, second;
Martin, Wewg, third. Distane
111'4" (new record),
100 Yard Dash: Gene Griffin, St.
Joe, first; Bill Vervaeke, St. Joe,
second; Buddy Kennington, St. Joe
'third. Time 10.9 seconds.
Shot Put: Tom Whitmore, St. Joe,
first;. Paul Robbins, St. Joe, sec-
ond; Bob Craig, St. Jge, third. Dis-
220 Yard Shuttle Relay: Bill Ver-
,b EVERY I
9 NI only $2(
Except Saturday Till 6
ST. JOE MOT(
501 Monument Ave.
plus tax and trade-in
tire off your car
-14, Tubeless "7
plus tax and trade-in
plus tax and trade-In
tire off your car
TEE.K: ... .u'2"'M
-,^ '.',:,'. '
4 W '. *- "1,,.:
one dealers x
r you travel '
ds (except repairable liat Box, $20.00
me of adjustnunt. M' tggg
I I :' OGive them the luxury
e luggage that goes all the
ciencyl It's the luggage th
LI'..~ everyone on your
Weight magnesium.. ;cov
scoffs at scuffs and wipe,
M ... features Samsonite's
Six bijb fashion colors fo
stations displaying the irstono sign,
ftuyltf ff- T
A Happy Clinking
With A Purchase of
$17.00 or more
Thurs., Fri., Sat. only
(You don't mind asking for it
do you and saying "Happy
Men's and Boy's Department.
ies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
Sportswear and Hosieryj
. QUICK CASH NEEDED!
ant g r a d uation announcements
from the Seniors! Bless their mer-
ry hearts! Interesting street and
highway scenes: A small boy in Oak
Grove pulling his little pig tailed
sister in a red wagon (no doubt
from Santa) the cute sister
clutching a half gallon bottle in
her arms (almost as large as her-
self) probably on the way to
the neighborhood store to get some
coal oil! Ever heard of it? A .well
bred (looks to be) tannish, black
faced dog has already occupied a
home being constructed on high-
way 98 about 4 miles east. He has
made it his business to stay faith-
fully on the job since the founda-
tion was laid, and after the work-
men leave. I'm wondering when
and where he eats, and to whom
he belongs? Believe I would like
to adopt him! This is getting leng-
thy and must turn a few-moments
to more important and productive
Men's sizes, S, M, L. Boys Sizes
4 to 16. Guaranteed first quality
merchandise in 1963 creations.
Sheer as you please .. -
Improving Nature's beauty P A
Plain or mesh. Save 41c Ma
Sorry, but this is the bottom of selected
our page and we leave it with you YOU, 4
to guess there's scores and scores RONS :
of Anniversary Jamboree Bargains CINITY
that are now roaring into orbit at blank 1
Boyles, the neighborly, friendly, ety blai
smiling store where all merchan- You've
dise is personally and individually S'lon
NEED A PLUMBER?
S-PI.mbhig- Insatallaltlon Repa
Contract Work A Spoolalty
:. : Agents for
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtu
S-CAt`LMif-T'OR FREE ESTIMAl
TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS
1107 GAR RjO!4 AVI.
ung Men's Wash and
ished cotton and novelty
ny values up to $4.99
d with the utmost care for
OUR FRIENDS AND PAT-
IN PORT ST. JOE AND VI-
. Ours is not a blanket,
buying job for other blank-
nk places THANKS .
been wonderful this stiff!-
S TO SERVE YOU
PHONE BAll 74541
- .-'. ~.
R: ~GiLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL 4.
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PH(IN MALL 7-4RI ,
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
IN THE 17thJYEAR, BOYLES GOES INTO
Silhouette' A VALUE ORBIT CELEBRATING LIRE
Silhouette, A TEEN-AGER WITH A NEW BEAU
he Gift thai goes far "Custom Tailored" full cut
Grnald ates" 'I Sanforized Summer
ijstne j ke rcra. iilv rg7r 2V ,
Ladies' O'Nite. $27.50
All prices plug tik
of Silhouette, the Jet-age
way in lightness and effi-
hit's elegantly designed for
list. Made with light-
vered in strong vinyl that
s clean with a damp cloth
exclusive "Hidden Locks."
r women... four for a".
Thanks to tW ersiftliti.i Qo-'
er of the antibioticsdoctors
have been able to cut the mor-
tality rate ca-many- diseases.,
This Rexall drug store carries
the most important lines of
antibiotics. Trust in us to give
you swift service and to help
you to better health at lower
cost Learn to depend on .
YOUR & *' DRUG STORE
Buzzett's Drug Store
-317 Williams Ave.
Drive-In Window Service
Port St. Joe, Florida
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-7421. tfc-S-28
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom house
on Monument Ave. Call Mrs. No-
ra Duren, 227-5471. tfc-4-4
FOR RENT: Trailer space in Oak
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059.
LOTS FOR SALE: In Phillip's Sub,
division on- the Intra-Coastal Ca-.
nal at Overstreet. Si.mall down pay.
ment, up -to three years to pay.
'or information contact Mrs. L. T.
Ari-old, Max Kilbourn or IH
Prows, Jr., Phone 227-491. ,.,
FOR RENT: Garage apartment.
Complete furnished. 2 bed-
rooms. B. L. Presnell, Phone 227-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
upstairs apartment. Phone 227-
8796. -. 4tp-5-2
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at Dixie Belle Motel.
Call Billy Milton Johnson at 227-
$FOR.RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
I tages, furnished on 9th St. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Ph r
Smacy. ... tie
FOR RENT: Large new 3 bedroom
:' -house on Garrison Ave. COnven-
ient to town. For further informa-
tion call Roy Hellen, 2274826. tfc
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed.
room house. $55.00 per month at
1305 Woodward Ave. Phone B. C.
Gaillard at 227-8396.
FOR SALE: Reasonable. Gas cook
stove, two heaters, child's play
set,-slide, swings, teter-totter, boy's
20" bicycle, Storkline baby bed.
1032 McClellan. 2tp-. ?
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 801
Marvin Ave. See Cecil G. Costin,
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000
feet floor SP2ce. 2 full baths,
large fenced back yard, garage and
utility. Close to school. Well estb-
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Me.
Contact Ed Ramsey.
FOR SALE: 2 story unfurnished '&
bedroom home, 1508 Long Ave.,
$5,500. Also, furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and .small apartment,
1031 Long Ave.;'$11,000. Phone
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home
in excellent condition, with den,
tile bath, wrll to wall carpet in liv-
ing room. Many other etrt go
with sale. Located at 13, Wp$
ward Ave. Priced .for quifik WOe.
Presently FHA financed. If inter-
ested phone 227-5261, George H.
Wimberly, Jr. tfU-104
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom frame
house, panel walls, tile floor. At
White City. Large 85x160 lot. See
or, call David Rich for more infor-
mation. Day phone 227-2522. Nite
phone 229-2575. tfc-2-28
-OR SALE: 3 J _edronm masonry
home. Built-in oven, range and
refrigerator, chain link fence and
extras. Contact M. P. Ferris, 1007
Long Ave., phone 229-2201 or 227-
TAKE UP PAYMENTS:.Apartment
size gas range and Admiral rei
PORT ST. JOE
LOTS $750 and UP
HOMES -- ALL PRICE RANGES
HWY. 98 FRONTAGE BEACH FRONTAGE
PANAMA REALTY, Inc
BRANCH OFFICE 34th St. ON G FF,
21" Picture Tube ---- $24.95
Rebuilt and Installed
Conical TV Antenna --- $8.95
2-Bay Channel Master
Air Conditioner Filters --- $1.99
On Our Entire Stock of
St. Joe Radio
and TV COMPANY
Phone 227-4081 308 Fourth Street
NOW OP EN!
Q, FUN @G
PiMT FOR < Hnma)
MINIMUM U. S. Hiway 98
GOL ALL Mexico Beach
0 GAMES MUSIC
FREE GAME 0 KIDDIE RIDES
19th Hole SAFE, CLEAN RECREATION
frigeaifor. Like new. $13.90 a mo.
Inquire at Union Finance Co. tf
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on St.
Joe Beach. Carport and storage
room, cypress paneled thruout. Will
finance. Call J. C. Traweek at 227-
5927 after 5 p.m. or week ends.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only at 1621'
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service. tfc
BIRDS OF PARADISE PLANTS in'
bud and in bloom. Grows in your
home in St. Joe easily. Looks like
blue and orange birds in flight.
Blooms last about four weeks
each. In giant egg cans priced very
reasonably. Available only at ED'S
FLORIST (227-8881) across from
Western Auto. Supply limited,
FOR SALE: 16 ft. fibreglass boat.
40 hp Mercury motor and trailer.
Need minor repairs. $350.00. Ph.
FOR SALE: Repossessed straight
Mrs. Frances Yates
Is Taken By Death
Mrs. Frances Elzona Yates, age
74, mother of James H. Yates and
grandmother of Otto Collinsworth,
both of this city, passed away May
1 in a Geneva, Ala., hospital. She
had visited here many times and
was khown; by local residents. She
had many other relatives in and
around Port St. Joe. She was a resi-
dent of Walton County and a mem-
ber of the Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held Sat-
urday, May 4 from the Earlytown
Church with interment in the
church cemetery with Rev. Noah
Carroll and Rev. R. M. McDaniel of-
ficiating. Pallbearers were neph-
ews, J. B. and Clifton Yates, Otis
and Wilbur Burkett, Earl and Ned
stitch sewing machine. No down Survivois included two daughters'
payment. Come in today for free Mrs. Eunice Collinsworth, DeFun-
32 a Reid Ave. p iak Springs, Mrs. Lizzie Mae Rex-
ford, Miami; four sons, Claus Yates,
SOMETHING DIFFERENTI Minia- Winter Haven, Aubrey Yates, Sam-
. ture Orange Trees with delicious son A
fruit (about 20 to 25 per plant) and son Ala., Cecil Yates, Davenport
fragrant blooms on tree. Bears and James H. Yates, Port St. Joe;
fruit all summer long and well into two sisters, Mrs. Harriett Simons
autumn. Makes nice gifts for all oc- and Mrs. Pearlie West, both of Sam-
easibns. In 6" pots and stands 18" snA
to 2" tall. Grown easily in St, Joe la.; two brothers, H. B. Bur-
area. Available only at ED'S FLOR- kett, DeFuniak Springs, and C. L.
1ST (227-8881) across from Western Burkett of Cocoa; 27 grandchildren,
Auto,-at a low bargain price. Sup- 11 great grandchildren and other
ply limited. First come, first serv-. relatives.
led. .* > ____*
MOVING REQUIRES careful esti-
mating and planning in advance.
It also requires skill in handling,
loading and delivering your furni-
tiure in the best possible condition.
MAYFLOWER provides that kind
of service. Let SURPLUS SALES
of ST. JOE help you with your mov-
ing plans. Free estimates. Just call
227-2011, SURPLUS SALES of ST.
JOE, across from the Post Office.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3331 for
further information or write P. 0.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing first and third Tuesday nights,
8:00 p.m. American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 8:00 P.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
NOble Giand: Emmett Daniell
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L. Smith High Priest
Roy L Burch, Secretary
THERE' WILL BE a regular com.
munlkation of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A.-M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M.
ROY K LACKSHEAR, Sec.
Set Prices for Minor Home Repairs
SIDING and ROOFING
1903 East Fifth St. Panama City
Phone SU 5-8378
Free Estimates -
NOTICE TO BID
Bid Number 6
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids at the office of
the City Clerk in the City Hall,
Port St. Joe, Florida, until 5:00
P.M., May 21, 1963, for the follow-
ing paints as per specifications
thereto or superior:
1. 75 Gallons Pigmented Bonding
-Formulation: Pigment by weight
27.5%; Vehicle by weight, 72.4%.
Pigment composition by weight:
Titanium Dioxide, 40%; Silicates,
Vehicle Composition by weight:
Epoxy Resin Ester, 42%; Aliphitac
and Aromatic Hydrocarbons, 54%;
2. 50 Gallons Acrylic Masonry
Formulation: Pigment by weight,
33.6%; Vehicle by weight, 66.4%.
Pigment Composition by weight:
Titanium Dioxide, 70.5%; Silicates,
Vehicle Composition by weight:
Acrylic Resin Emulsion; 28.4% so-
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
reserves the right to reject any or
all bids received.
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 5-9
Midget Inoetment With
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leon Lol-
lie of Indian Pass Beach announce
the birth of a daughter, Mary Eli-
zabeth on May 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Minzel
Butler of East Point announce the
birth of a baby girl, Cynthia Ann
on May 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arthur
Williams of 1007 Monument Ave.,
announce the birth of a daughter,
Tina Denise on May 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jake Tuck-
er of East Point announce the birth
of a son, Robert Roy on May 11.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jordan an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Angela Carol on May 12.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Lanes 1 and 2 were used by the
Laboratory to knock Pulp Mill,
from third place. Martin Britt was
the big gun for Lab with a 543 ser-
Joe Davis at 538 led Pulp Mill.
Vitro and Electric Meter were
Black & White and Color
Stereo Air Conditioning
Service Calls, $3.00
All work guaranteed
ST. JOE RADIO
& TV COMPANY
postponed on lanes 3 and 4.
Rod Jensen and Buford Griffin
led Back Maintenance to four
points over Paper Mill. Rod shot
a big 593 and Buford a 520.
Archie Floyd at 543 and Darrell
Collier at, 512 led Paper Mill.
Box Plant worked on Glidden for
three points. Dennis Arnold led
the assault with a 496.
Wayne Smith led Glidden with
a 510 series.
Next Tuesday night will conclude
Team Standings W L
Vitro Services ______ 88% 43%
Back Maintenance ____ 78% 57%
Laboratory 72% 63%
Pulp Mill 72 64
Box Plant 68 68
Electric Meter ------- 58 74
Glidden Co. --------- 54% 77%
Paper Mill ---------44 88
Meetings To Start
The First of 21 public meetings
to discuss the 1963-64 hunting and
fishing regulations will get under
way at 7:00 p.m. May 13, at the
court house in Punta Gorda, ac-
cording to A. D. Aldrich, director,
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
Subjects of interest to Florida
sportsmen to be discussed at the
meetings -will be a proposal to es-
tablish a hunting season south of
State Road 60 that would open
prior to the regular statewide
hunting season; extension of quail
and squirrel hunting season in the
southern portion of the state; es-
tablishing the dove and duck hunt-
ing season for 1963-64; a proposal
that would again place deer and
turkey tags on hunting license and
another that would remove the
season's bag limit on deer.
According to Aldrich, these pub-
lic meetings are of great value to
the Commission in establishing
hunting and fishing regulations. In
every instance, wildlife receives
the first :consideration insofar as
the annual harvest is concerned.
The sportsmen who participate in
the harvest have this opportunity
to express their opinions, and
where the desires of the sports-
men do not conflict with the man-
agement and conservation of wild-
life, such requests are given ser-
ious consideration by the Commis-
The one problem encountered at
these public meetings is that too
often only the dissatisfied sports-
men appear. When this occurs, the
information received by the Com-
mission is biased and does not pre-
sent a true situation. To prevent
this occurrence, all sportsmen are
urged to attend the meetings and
present their views of hunting,
fishing and conservation.
Meetings for this area will be
held in Pensacola on June 10;
Crestview on June 11; Marianna
on June 12; Wewahitchka on
June 13 and Quincy on June 14.
Roofing and Painting
Complete Homes or general
repairs-no job too large
or too small
229-1406 for free estimates
During the month of April, Flor-
ida Highway Patrol troopers made
23 arrests in Gulf county accord-
ing to the district office at Panama
City. In addition, patrolmen issued
five written warnings and issued
35 faulty equipment cards.
Gulf county roads had a total of
seven accidents during the month
resulting in three injuries and one
fatality. Property damage in the
amount of $7,405.00 resulted from
Troopers rendered assistance to
two motorists during the month.
Home On Leave
Bobby Henderson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Henderson will
leave Friday for Fort Leonard
Wood, Mo., after spending two
weeks leave here.
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963
For Job Printing It's
BIRTH MONTH .,
UNTIL YOU CATCH A COMET AT
YOUR MERCURY DEALER'S
PRICED FROM $1 997.00 AT
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
501 Monument Ave. Phone 227-3737
VA or FHA Financing
NO DOWN PAYMENT IF YOU OWN YOUR OWN LOT -
REMODELING AND ADDITIONS WITH 60 MONTHS TO PAY
Complete Planning and Design Service
Cut Construction Cost by Consulting Us With All Your Building Needs Get Expert Technical Advice
Before You Decide
ONE LOT AVAILABLE FOR BUILDING NOW AT 111 BELLAMY CIRCLE
We Are Proud To Announce That
IS NOW AN EMPLOYEE OF OUR
REPAIR DEPARTMENT -
Mr. Carefoot has been in the auto repair business
for 21 years. He has served in -the army transporta-
tion corps ... Has several degrees from G. M. and
other service schools. Mr. Carefoot is a .G. M.
trained automatic transmission specialist.'-
Come by today for expert repairs to your auto or
Floyd Chevrolet Co.
Sales CHEVROLET, OLDSMOBILE Service
401 Williaiins Ave.