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PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA 32456. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965
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The Reasons fo Loss of Accreditation
Last week, the Port St. Joe High School ,~as notified by the
-Southern Association of Accrectation, that it had been dropped
frdm.the list of accredited schools as indicated by' their standards.
-1 I. 'This did not affect the school's state accreditation status.
ii Reasoiis for the. removal from the Southern, accreditation list
I-eife given as inadequate shower, and locker room facilities, inad-
quate lunch room facilities, inadequate guidance, counsellor facili-
ties, inadequate library facilities, and other physical facilities as
SOwll as one or two teachers teaching out of field.
To The Star editor,. as well :as others who saw the facilities
Mentioned, unoccupied and neves in use, we questioned, as we are
Sure you must have, the e idence that warranted the Port St. Joe
High School" being dropped from 'an accredited status.
In order to see for ourselves, The Star photographer showed
Sup at the High School Tuesday to see and take pictures of the situa-
Stions that the accreditation officers have seen.,.
f We have seen the facilities only when they weren't being used
and since the facilities questioned were in good shape, we could
I not see the findings of the evaluation committee;:,.I
S With the camera, we saw, and here we are showing you.
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CHOW TIME In Port St. Joe High School, means that you get run
over if you do not move in the direction of those seeking to eat
In the photo above you can see students standing around, wait-
ing for a place to sit down and eat lunch. The lunchroom serves
in the neighborhood of 300 lunches during the dinner period and
can seat 85 students, if they sit real close together.
School officials say that more students would probably eat in
the lunchroom if more room were available.
Entrance to the serving line (meals are served cafeteria) is from
the main hall which handles traffic to and from most of the school.
It is almost impossible to walk in this hall during the dinner hour.
A new cafeteria which will seat 350 students at one time is now.
under construction at the school.
Hearings Held On Legality of Legislation
GivingRace Track Money to Schools
SAVE SOME HO'T WATER--Pictured above is the boys' gym class
which meets just kfore lunch time. The;boys pictuy.. p'nve are
awaiting their turn ht one of the six shower heads, which are'-in
use; Due to the small size of the shower and locker room and the
crowded conditions from lockers being placed in every available
space, we could get only about half of the boys awaiting their turn
in the shower, in the picture.
Students have a little more than five minutes to shower, change
clothes and get to their next class. Only two solutions are avail-
able for the problem at present---liminate the showers completely
or cut the classes shorter in order to allow sufficient clean-up time.
We didn't attempt to take a photo in the girl's shower, but prin-
cipal Wayne Saunders said that he has been assured by the women
teachers, that conditions are comparable in that show.eirroom also.
GUIDANCE COUNSELOR "SUITE"--Mrs. W. C. Ivey, school Guid-
ance Counselor is shown above entering her "office" which is a
temporary plywood room located backstage in the auditorium. The
office is in a dark out-of-the-way corner behind the backdrops to
This office was listed as totally inadequate and too far removed
from the mainstream of school activity to carry on its work effec-
Are Going Up
City work crews began install-
ing Port St. Joe's Christmas dec-
orations yesterday in preparation
for the holiday season.
The decorations and lights will
Snot be turned on until December
S4, but City crews begin early on
their task to allow plenty of time
The Christmas season will of-
ficially beo in Port St. Joe
with a giant parade on Saturday,
The parade will feature floats
and old Santa Claus and is being
produced by the Port St. Joe Jay-
cees and' is sponsored by the
Port-St. Joe merchants.
The Jaycees invite all non-
commercial organizations to-,en-
ter a float in the pjrade and try
for the big cash prizes. A prize
for decorated bikes will also be
To enter a float in the parade,
call Ralph Swatts, parade chair-
The full dress hearing on the le-
gality of re-allocating distribution
of race track fundpnu.,Gulf County
book place on Monday, November
15, in Wewahitchka.
Circuit Judge Robert L. Mc-
Crary, who is hearing the case, lis-
tened to testimony .of 13-witnesses.
Both sides rested their cases at ap-
proximately 6:00 p. m.
The Judge then set oral argu-
ments of the" case for Wednesday,
November 17 ,at 3:30 p. m., in
The suit seeks to have declared
unconstitutional two -bills, passed
in the last session of the legisla-
ture, which assigned the first $230,-
000 of Gulf County's share of race
track funds to the School Boad for
financing new school construction.
In the past, these funds have been
divided equally between the Coun-
ty Commission and the School
The petitioners, the County Com-
mission, and the Gulf County Tax-
payers League, maintain that there
was inadequate notice of intent to
introduce such bills and that as a
result they were deprived'of their
opportunities to protest the bills'
Craig Speaks to
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion Marion Craig spoke to the Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday, outlining the
economic force of the Gulf County
Schools in Port St. Joe. Craig stres-
sed that his figures were those
paid out as salaries to teachers, ad-
ministrative and service personnel
and for utilities in the Port St. Joe
The report did not include mon-
ey spent directly with local busi-
ness for services and supplies.
Craig pointed out that the Gulf
County school system released
$586,859.01 in salaries and utilities
in Port St. Joe during the past
This included $489,602.27 for in-
structional salaries; $27,499.96 for
administrative salaries; $13,116.59
bus driver salaries; $25,277.50 jan-
itor salaries; $8,622.00 secretary
salaries; $5,050.00 maintenance
man salary; $2,100.00 maintenance
helper salary; $1,087.50 for gas;
$12,861.75 for electricity and $1,-
641.44 for water and sewer.
The speaker also pointed out that
this return- in money spent was
twice the amount received o4t of
the area in ad valorem taxes to op-
erate the school system.
Testifying for the petitioners in
.this regard were Couni Commis-
sioners James McDaniel, James C.
Horton and T. D. Whitfield; Floyd
Lister, Tom S. Coldewey, J. Lamar
Miller, Welton, C. Roche, Robert
Fox, and Robert Vervaeke. They
cited, among other things, assur-
ance by Senator George Tapper
that any re-distribution of race
track funds would leave the Coun-
ty Commission enough money to
finance construction and furnish-
ing of the new courthouse and jail.
Appearing as attorneys for the Pe-
titioners were William J. Rish and
Silas R. Stone.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., representing
the School Board, attempted to
counter the testimony of the peti-
tioners and show that the legisla-
tion was properly and adequately
publicized. His witnesses included
County Commissioners Walter Gra-
ham and Leo Kennedy; and Repre-
sentative Ben Williams. George Y.
Core also testified as to the essen-
tials of the case.
New Pastor Is Called
To Faith Bible Church
The Rev. William M. Graham has
accepted the call to become the
new minister for Faith Bible
Rev. Graham is a native of Michi-
gan but has lived in Florida since
1954. He attended Miami Bible
College and was ordained into 'the
ministry in 1961, finishing his edu-
cation in 1962. Since that time he
has taught at the Liberty Bible
College and has served as the Pas-
tor of North Dade Bible Church
for the past two and a half years.
As a newcomer to Port St. Joe,
Rev. Graham has expressed great
delight in the community and sur-
rounding area and says, "I have
always known, from the time of my
salvation that my Lord had separ-
ated me to a ministry in a town
such as this. It is my prayer, that
the presence of the indwelling
Christ will so dominate my life,
that my presence in Port St. Joe
might be as much a spiritual bless-
ing to the people here, as they
have already been to me-to the
end that our Lord will be glorified,
and souls saved.".
Rev. Bill Graham is at home at
1302 Monument Avenue in the H.
Richard's garage apartment.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ferrell visit-
ed with relatives in Wewahitchka
over the week end.
City Asks for Bids to Enlarge
Water and Sewer Systems
The City of Port St. Joe called
for bids this week to enlarge the
water and sewer systems. The bids
will be opened at the regular meet-
ing of the Board on December 7.
The bid requires that work be
started within 10 days after re-
ceiving notice from the City.
Included in the work will be con-
struction of a new 300,000 gallon
water storage tank at the present
site of the water treatment plant
on th ebanks of the St. Joe Paper
Company fresh water canal. The
tank will be constructed of rein-
Construction of the water storage
tank is designed to provide suffi-
cient treated water storage for the
summer months when the present
facilities are taxed to keep up with
the demand. In the past two or
three years the City has been
forced to operate the old deep
water wells in dry seasons to sup-
plement the treatment plant out-
put in order to meet the demand.
In addition to this measure, the
City water system has consistently
operated during the summer
months with far less stored water
than is desirable to maintain ade-
quate service. The present practice
during the summer is to run the
plant into the night to fill up all
storage facilities and then pump
all day to try and keep up with
the demand. At present ,the plant
is capable of filling all storage fa-
cilities shortly after midnight, and
the Board is acting on the advice
of its engineers, Smith and Gilles-
pie of Jacksonville, that additional
storage facilities would allow the
plant to operate longer at night
and provide bigger backlog for
the day's ise,
The engineers recommended fur-
ther work be -done to provide a
supply for up to 10,000 people but
the report stated that the extra
storage facilities would take care
of the present demand. The City
has money available for the antici-
pated work and would _Iae to-egbor
row money for a further expan-
sion.at this time.
Part two of the bid call specifies
work to be performed on the sew-
age transportation system.
At present surface waste from
rains, plus lack of gravity fall,
plus building in the past few years
South of 16th Street, is beginning
to tax the capabilities of the 16th
Street lift station. During wet
weather when the water table is
high, this lift station runs con-
tinuously and still is hard pressed
to handle all of the sewage from
this area. The station serves all of
the area South of 16th Street and
'The Star' Will Be
Early Next Week
The Star will print one day
early next week in order that we
may take advantage of the
Thanksgiving holiday and get
your paper to you before the
The Star will go into the mail
on Wednesday morning next
This will necessitate setting
our deadline up one day and will
require us to receive all copy
one day early.
We would appreciate your
keeping this earlj' publication
schedule in mind soathat your
article will appear in the paper
as you wish.
East of Palm Boulevard.
The City plans to run a,,arallel
sewer trunk line-frim the 16th
Street lift-stlf on, North and to in-
.stallT additional pumps in the lift
station. This will provide two 10-
inch lines topump sewage through
to the disposal plant.
City engineers say that this will
handle the present situation and
provide for growth in the area.
Meeting to Discuss
Theres will be a meeting Friday
night in the City Hall to discuss a
program for Gulf County to use in
participating in the Economic Op-
portunity Program of the U. S.
Government. The meeting will be-
gin at 7:30 p. m.
A Gulf County corporation has
been set up to take advantage of
the program. The corporation is
listed under the name of Pine Tree
Progress, Inc., and lists as its offi-
cers, Cecil G. Costin, Jr., president;
Paul Hogarty, vice-president; Lula
R .Hall, secretary and Marion Craig
treasurer. These officers have been
named to set up the corporation
and a permanent set of officers
will be elected after the first of the
At Friday's meeting, James Mc-
Call, Rural Area Development Spe-
cialist of the Agricultural Exten-
sion Service, University of Florida,
will be present to tell what pro-
grames are available to G ult Coun-
ty under the new go4erh`fent pro-
Anyone interested is invited to
attend this information meeting.
"The first band I've heard to-
night that had a good sound," was
one of the comments written down
on the scoresheet by one of the
judges at the annual Florida Band
master's Association Marching Con-
test in Tallahassee Saturday night.
The comment was made in rating
Port St. Joe's High School Band as
"Superior" in marching and playing
on the field.
The band won its top rating on
several points ,only one of which
was its playing ability. Also judged
was alignment while marching, ap-
pearance of the band and personal
appearance of the band members
The only criticism received by
the band was one line that was
momentarily out of line while per-
forming marching maneuvers.
The band rated extra high in ap-
pearance, bearing and playing abil-
ity by all four of the judges .
and all four judges noticed the mo-
mentary lapse of conformity which
drew the slight criticism.
The band received such com-
ments from the judges as "A
good job of playing," "Good solid
sound in low and middle voices
... .tempo good .. a fine appear-
ing and sounding band," "Nice en-
trance good tempo and align-
ment group has nice military
bearing a well trained group
S. I enjoyed it keep up the
PINE TREE PROGRESS, INC.
CHARTERED AT PORT ST. JOE
Tallahassee Secretary of State
Tom Adams today announced the
.chartering of the following corpor-
Pine Tree Progress, Inc., NP
9883. Port St. Joe, Florida (Gulf
County). Filed November 5, 1965,
by Reverend Paul B. Hogarty, Port
St. Joe, Florida. Purpose: to elim-
inate the paradox of poverty in
Gulf County. Subscribers: Paul B.
Hogarty, Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Lula
R. Hall, all of Port St. Joe.
Port St. Joe's band was rated in tice in the past has been to have
the CC class and appeared in the the concert and marching contests
14th position on the program, at the same time, but the two
The band will enter a concert events have been separated this
contest later in the year. The prac- year.
Move Made to Solve
Bad Drainage Problem
For several years now, the North-
ern part of Port St. Joe has been
hampered by a drainage problem-
especially in hard rains.
The problem has made itself felt
on numerous occasions by flooding
of Highway 98 between Avenue A
and the Overpass. Torrential rains
Picture On Page Seven
have put as much as two and a half
feet of water over the crown of
the highway in this area.
During the last hard rain that
was experienced here, when over
10 inches fell in a 24-hour period,
water backed up in downtown Port
St. Joe business houses as well as
covered the highway.
Several attempts to alleviate the
situation have been undertaken by
the State Highway Department, but
to no avail.
All of the Northern part of Port
St. Joe, from Fifth Street North,
drains through the same pipe and
eventually finds its way into St.
Joseph's Bay near the City's sew-
age disposal plant. In front of the
sewage disposal plant, the ditch is
crossed by a road and here the
drain ditch was narrowed to a 42
inch concrete pipe serving as a
came and decided that the 42-inch
culvert was too small to carry off
the water fast enough to prevent
flooding. As a result of the en-
gineer's visit, the SRD this past
week completed construction of
a new bridge across the main drain
ditch for uptown Port St. Joe to
allow for fast disposal of water in
future heavy rains.
L. L. LANIER ATTENDS FARM
BUREAU STATE CONVENTION
Clearwater-Gulf and 63 other
Florida counties were represented
here during the annual state con-
vention of the Florida Farm Bureau
Federation. The state's biggest
agricultural organization met at the
Jack Tar Hotel from Saturday, No-
vember 7, through Tuesday, No-
vember 9. The next state convene,
tion will be held in Jacksonville.
Among those from Gulf County
who attended the convention was
L. L. Lanier, Wewahitchka.
BOOK TALK FOR ADULTS
TUESDAY AT ST. JOE LIBRARY
Sara Young, head of Adult Serv-
ices in Northwest Regional Library
in Panama City, will present a
Book Talk for Adults, Tuesday, No-
v mber 22 ** 3.n #-I 41-
..i... e zj, a o.uU p. m. ,at the
With the recent downpour,.Rep- St. Joe Branch Library.
resentative Ben C. Williams con- Adults are invited to attend this
tacted the State Road Department 30-minute talk.
to send its engineer here while the -__ __
water was present. The engineer SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAF
MONEY TALk S-Lets keep
it where we can: speak with it
once in a. while-Trade with
your home town merchantal
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High School Band Receives
'Superior' Rating In Contest
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D, Minirter
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
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.
--EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
TRAINING ,UNION 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -..-... 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship G6od With Us"
Say You Saw It In The Star -
SOCIAL SECURITY TAX
INCREASES IN JANUARY
The Social Security Administra-
tion has prepared a small leaflet to
explain the tax increase, according
to John V. Carey, District Manager
of the Panama City Social Security
Office. This leaflet can be used as
a payroll check stuffer by employ-
ers to inform all employees of the
new tax rate and the higher amount
of earnings taxable, $6,600 a year,
beginning January 1.
"The leaflet explains how the
tax increase will affect a worker's
take home pay," Carey added. It
also shows how the worker's Social
Security contribution helps pay for
retirement, survivors, and .disabil-
ity protection under Social Secur-
ity. It further explains how Social
Security taxes will help to pay for
the hospital insurance part of Medi-
care which goes into effect on July
1, 1966. Workers, their employers,
and the self-employed pay the cost
of the protection afforded under
Social Security, and this leaflet is
designed to explain the Social Se-
curity taxes that they pay.
"Employers are urged to use this
leaflet for a pay period sometime
before January 1," Carey conclud-
ed. A supply of this leaflet will be
furnished without charge; however,
employers should make their re-
quest early. We will also supply
any employer requesting these
leaflets with a set of the new tax
table effective January 1.
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Har-
rison Ave, Panama City, Florida
Midget Investments with
For Firearm Safety
Tallahassee Florida's wildlife tures of the game you hunt.
officers are in the woods and on
the waters in order to help sports-
men enjoy the best in hunting and
fishing. According to W. B. Cope-
land, chairman, Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission, no one en-
joys clean sportsmanship more than
a Florida wildlife officer. On the
other hand, %this same officer is
willing to work day and night to
correct the chronic violator who ap-
parently is not interested in under-
standing what he can do and what
he cannot do.
Copeland said, "During this
hunting season our officers will be
called.upon to assist in the search
for lost hunters, and to relay emer-
gency messages to sportsmen in
wilderness areas. Often, unfortun-
ately, when our men are called in
to assist a hunting or boating acci-
6. Never point a gun at anything
you do not want to shoot; avoid all
7. Never climb a tree or fence or
jump a ditch with a loaded gun;
never pull a gun toward you by
8. Never shoot at a flat, hard sur-
face or water. Be sure of your back-
stop when target practicing.
9. Store guns and ammunition
separately, beyond the reach of
10. Avoid alcoholic beverages be-
fore or during shooting.
"SHIPPING SAFETY FAIRWAYS"
SHOWN ON NAUTICAL CHARTS
dent victim, it is just a case of The Gulf:of Mexico is becoming
searching for the inevitable or so filled with oil wells that the
waiting for the official verdict" federal government is establishing
wa g fr te o l v t. "traffic lanes" to help guide ves-
Wildlife officers and others of sels safely toward their destina-
the Commission are concernedtions
right now about, hunter safety be- Rear Adm. James C. Tison, Jr.,
cause thousands are just getting director of the Coast and Geodetic
the feel of a gun or renewing ac- Survey, announced today that the
quaintances with firearms after a traffic lanes will be shown on
long summer of inactivity. C&GS nautical charts of the Gulf
Copeland said, "There are laws of Mexico. The lanes will be known
to govern the safe use of automo- officially as "Shipping Safety Fair-
biles and boats, but the safe use of ways."
a firearm is left up to the individ- The hazards to navigation in the
ual. Any sportsman with a gun is Gulf of Mexico have been accentu-
responsible for the safety of him- ated by the rapid increase in the
self and other hunters and should number of oil wells. As recently as
remember and follow the ten com- 1962, the number of oil wells in
mandments of firearm safety." the Gulf was estimated at approxi-
1. Treat every gun with the re- mately 1,000.
spect due a loaded gun. There have been about 50 ship
2. Watch the muzzle! Carry your collisions involving oil structures
gun safely; keep safety on until during the past two or three years.
ready to shoot. The cities affected by the fair-
3. Unload guns when not in use, ways will include Port St. Joe.
take down or have actions open;
guns should be carried in cases to
shooting area. S
4. Be sure the barrel is clear of
obstructions, and that you have am-
munition only of the proper size 6
for the gun you carry. -.
5. Be sure of target before you
pull trigger; know identifying fea-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --....--.....--. 5:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 6:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -.... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
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-a glt to our customers who buy
an electric clothes dryer between
Oct. 1 and Nlov. 30. See your appli-
ance dealer before the deadline!
You'll love your Fiesta Perkt
3- to 5.cup Fiesta-Perk in
With an electric dryer, your clothes
always smell fresh. No fuel odors and
combustion fumes to escape,and be blown
through your laundry. Also'no fading and
no yellowing. No pilot to relight, either.
An electric dryer is flameless.
Electrically-dried clothes are always
clean. Ever had the wind blow up
a cloud of dust just after you hung out \
the laundry? Or blow the line down?
And how about frisky puppies, careless
birds, and kids playing hide-and-seek
among your sheets and towels?
You know the other advantages-the work,
time, and aggravation you save with an
electric dryer especially on rainy days!
But do you know that the average cost of
operating an electric dryer for our
customers is only 10c an hour?
Even less in most all-electric homes?
WITH DOUBLE-STRONG CONSTRUCTION
Chevy pickups for '66 are built strong to stand up to tough jobs. Cabs, for
example, have double-wall roof construction, a rigid double-wall cowl and husky
framing around door openings. Lower side panels of Fleetside models are
also double-walled. Chassis, too, is designed for extra
strength. You can get a 6/2-, 8-, or 9-ft. body and a big
new 250-cu.-in. Six. Or specify a rugged 327-cu.-in. V8.
Get a double-strong pickup that's a glutton for work! NO. IWAYTOWORK
Talk to your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck.
UojtkoUWaslkd with aVeWM ELECTRIC dryer!
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
YO/IR TAX-PAYING, INVESTOR-OWNED ELECTRIC COMPANY
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Jim Cooper Motor Company, Inc.
401 WILLIAMS AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Florida Greeting Service, i
A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES
1002 Garrison Avenue
You can always count
on our pharmacist to
be available when you '#
need him, regardless of
the hour! And you can
depend on him for all
,- fLIh* ht J lth
your oter a i i
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
DANA TOILETRIES FOR MEN AND WOMEN
ENGLISH LEATHER TOILETRIES FOR MEN
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
d anything else under the un
for drying clothes
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe; Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965
Gulf County Ladies League
Well the weather is getting cool-
er and the bowling is getting bet-
ter at the St. Joe Bowling Lanes as
Whit's Four took four games from
Citizen's Federal with Shirley Whit-
field leading Whit's with a 460 se-
ries. She had a fine game of 188.
Mary Whitfield also had a good
game of 184. Leading the losing
team was Louise S. with a 384 se-
Comforter's, won three games
from Rich's IGA with Barbara
Tharpe leading with a 442 series.
Rich's won one with Eleanor Wil-
liams leading her team with a 492
series. She. had a good game of
194, which was high game and high
series for.. the lanes Wednesday
Econo Wash won three and a half
games from Cooper's Chevrolet
with Bennie Hunter leading with a
416 series. Cooper's Chevrolet won
one and a half games with Irene
Beaman leading her team with a
Glidden took three games from
Raffield's with Evelyn Smith lead-
ing with a 476 series. Raffield's
won one with Joan, Myers leading
with a 387 series.
Standings W. L.
Glidden's 24 12
Rich's IGA 22% 13%
Comforter's 20 16
Whit's Four _----- 20 16
Citizen's Federal ----- 15 21
Cooper's Chevrolet 13% 22/2
Econo Wash __------- 13%2 22-%
Raffield's 7% 28%
Guys and Dolls -
Seems like this. cool weather is
affecting everyone's bowling. Hope
everybody perks up next week.
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Carp's and
United Real Estate with United
winning three and Carp's one. Har-
ley Roberts bowled high for Carp's
with a 244 and 192 game and a 604
series. Edward Youngblood had a
514 and Mary Roberts 459, with
Laura Williams adding a 378. Con-
nie Kirkland bowled high for Unit-
ed with a 204 game and 532 series.
Francis Kirkland -bowled a 208
game and 501 series. Loyce Beaman
had a 196 game and 483 series. Jim
Beaman added a 451 series.
On lanes 3 and 4, 13-Mile win-
ning three and the Stevedores one.
Wayne Ward bowled high for 13-
Mile with a 532 series, with Martha
Ward adding a 527. Donna Ward
had a 525 and Boddy Ward had a
468 series. For St. Joe Stevedores,
Mary Harrison had games of 210
and 204 and a 573 series. Ruby Lu-
ca had a 536 series, and Robert
Montgomery added a 462. Eddy
Palagyi had a 445 series.
On lanes 5 and 6, Florida Bank
took three games and St. Joe Fur-
niture one. Sue Moore bowled high
for the Bank with a 202 game and
566 series. Lamar Moore had a 203
game and 527 series. Joe Davis,
who usually hits the 600 mark, had
a 475 series and Joy Nel Davis add-
ed a 473. For St. Joe Furniture,
Elise Rogers was high bowler with
a 184 game and 534 series. Vance
Rogers had a 192 game and 506
series. Barbara Tharpe had a 190
game and 485 series. Colin Tharpe
added a 462 series.
Standings W. L.
Florida Bank 33 7
13-Mile Oyster Co. ------ 30 10
St. Joe Furniture---- --19 21
United Real Estate ------ 19 21
St Joe Stevedore -------17 23
Corp's 4 36
Gardening In Florida...
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida
Agricultural Extension Service
Sandburs-better known as sand-
spurs-are like true friends. They
will stick to you no matter how you
voted on the road bond.
However, even true friends can
become a pest. Getting rid of them
is often as simple as turning over
the welcome mat, or pulling in the
But sandspurs don't;get-4niffed
Once established in your lawn,
sandspurs will bristle up and fight
annihilation with every spike in
Nearly every ruse ends in fail-
A local hunter thought he had
his bur problem licked when he
noticed that his loyal bird dog
licked the stickers from his hunting
clothes. But after several trips
around the lawn gathering sand-
spurs on pants legs, the dog re-
fused to clear off stickers if there
were no quail to point.
Cutting 'spur plants with the
mower is of no avail. If tall grow-
ers thing they are about to be
eradicated, they will call in the
runner type to sneak along the
ground below the whirr of the
Cutting, sandspurs after the
prickles mature is spreading next
year's misery because each seed
scattered will man scores of stick-
ers next spring.
Hand pulling and burning is a
sure way of spelling doom to the
sticky pest. The time to pull is as
soon as you can recognize the plant
in the spring. Continue to pull until
the last spurs mature in the fall.
With a bit of luck and a lot of
patience you can kill sandspurs,
say turf specialists with the Agri-
cultural Experiment Stations.
If you have zoysia or bermuda
grass ,use DSMA-also known as
Di-Met-to kill sandspurs.
For best results apply this dead-
ly arsenic miture while the plants
are in the juvenile stage since they
are easier to discourage at this ten-
For a complete kill you'll need to
apply the chemicals from three to
seven times with each application
from five to seven days apart. Be
sure to follow the directions on the
chemical package. A little too much
of the mixture could harm lawn
If sandspurs invade centipede, St.
Augustine or carpet grass, try a
chemical called atraine, The best-
time to apply this chemical 1s after
Jack Frost has visited.
If your Chamber of Commerce
won't let you admit that frost visits
your town, then plan for an appli-
cation of the chemical about the
middle of December. Usually atra-
zine comes as a dry mixture or in
The best way to apply the chemi-
cal is with adrop-type applicator.
Don't use the "whirly" type applica-
tor as it may scatter particles of
the material on ornamentals, caus-
ing them to suffer as much as the
For a good kill, you may need to
apply a second application of the
chemical in the spring about the
tinie the tiny sandspui plants begin
to show up in the lawn. For amount
of application, read directions on
Use positive thinking in any
sandspur control program. Even if
you make several successful fail-
ures, remember you are getting re-
venge for the time the burs have
pricked blood from your fingers
while clearing socks of stickers.
Just for the record ,there are
over a dozen types of sandspurs.
All of them carry the name of
Cenchrus plus a descriptive name
such as "incertus."
Leaving home won't help you
leave the pest plant behind, be-
cause there is a variety that thrives
in almost every state, including
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"The average Floridian consumes
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"Although all types of confec-
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ida could not economically be made
here, the consumption-production
gap could reasonably be narrowed,
especially in this sugar-producing
state," the State Chamber con-
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he Board of. County Commission-
,rs of Gulf County, Florida, will
receivee sealed bids, for cash, up
:o 7:30 o'clock P. M., CST, on the
!3rd day of 'November, 1965, for
;he purchase of the following items
>f personal property:
60 lb. rolls of 15 lb. asphalt
60 lb. rolls of 30 lb. asphalt
150 lb. drums of dead level
asphalt roofing compound.
Pea Gravel for roofing cov-
ering-per cubic yard.
Bids on the above materials
should be forwarded in Unit price.
The amount to be purchased will
be as needed in sufficient quanti-
ties to re-roof health clinic build-
ings in Wewahitchka and Port St.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners hereby reserves the right
to refuse any and all bids.
All bids should be addressed to
Board of County Commissioners,
c/o George Y. Core, Clerk, Wewa-
This the 9th day of November,
A. D. 1965.
BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
/s/ JAMES.G. McDANIEL,
/s/ George Y. Core, Clerk.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
Bid No 31
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received
by the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
by the City Clerk, City Hall, Port
St. Joe, Florida, until 8:00 p. m.,
E.S.T., December 7, 1965, at which
time and place bids will be opened
and publicly read for the construc-
tion of Water and Sewer Facilities,
Project No..497-1-01, Port St. Joe,
The work is divided into two
Part I-includes furnishing all
materials, labor and equipment and
constructing a 300,000 gallon rein-
forced concrete ground storage
reservoir; furnishing and installing
one turbine type high service pump
together with piping, electrical,
and other appurtenant and related
work, complete and ready for op-
irart II-includes furnishing all
Yes, if you're mighty, mighty hungry. And
there are other times when a little is a lot
better than nothing at all.
Not so in banking. Why settle for less? Why
run all over town to transact your financial
business when you can do it all in one place
... your BANK. It's the only financial
institution where you get COMPLETE service.
Yes, checking accounts, savings accounts
with guaranteed interest, and all types of
loans. So don't settle for half when you can
have the whole loaf. By the way, we don't sell
bread but we will finance your bakery.
materials, labor and equipment and
constructing approximately 1,700
linear feet of 10 inch cast iron
pressure sewer together with re-
visions to Lift Station piping sys-
tem, including appurtenant and re-
lated work, complete and ready for
Bidders must bid both parts.
Specifications, plans, and con-
tract documents will be open to
public inspectiort at the office of
the City Clerk, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, or may be obtained from
Smith and Gillespie Engineers, Inc.,
P. 0. Box 1048, Jacksonville 1,
Florida, upon payment of $15.00
which constitutes the approximate
cost of reproduction and handling
and will not be refunded.
Only complete sets of plans and
specifications will be distributed.
Bids must be accompanied by a
cashier's or certified check on any
National Bank, or bid bond made
payable to the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, in an amount not less than
five per cent of the bid as a guar-
antee that in the event the contract
is awarded to the bidder he will
promptly enter into contract, fur-
nish the required bond, and start
construction within ten days after
receiving notice from the City or
No bid may be withdrawn for 30
days after the scheduled closing
time for receipt of bids.
The Owner reserves the right
to waive informalities in any bid,
to reject any or all bids, with or
without cause; and to accept any
bid that in its judgment will be for
its best interest.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
J. B. Williams,
City Auditor and Clerk.
Ladies Winter League-Nov. 11
Amison's Seafood won 4-0 over
13-Mile Oyster Co. Eula Dickey led
Amison's with her 191 game and
491 series. Ann Whittle had second
high of 451 for Amison's. Lois
Smith made the 5-7 split. Zela Ad-
ams was high for 13-Mile with a
Jitney Jungle also won four
games from Pate's Shell Service.
Evelyn Smith had an exciting
game of 210. Evelyn ended with a
516 series, which was high for the
league. Lois Faulk gave Jitney Jun-
gle a good 439 series. Sonja Taylor
downed the 5-7 split and Janice
Johnson was high with 358 for
The Whitfield Strikers led 3-1
over Dixie Seafood. All the Strik-
ers had a good morning with Jerry
Freeman coming out on top with
her 172 game and 448 series. Mary
Brown rolled a high 192 game and
506 series. Aliene Abrams picked
up the unusual 3-7-10 split.
Tapper's Senators Xoln all four
games from Beaman's Plumbing.
Mildred Kennington led the Sen-
ators with 194 game and 433 series.
Vivian Hardy made the 5-10 split.
Andrey Tanner picked up the 3-7
split and Loyce Beaman had high
series of 375 for Beaman's.
Standings: W. L
Amison's Seafood ------ 32 8
Jitney Jungle --------- 26 14
Dixie Seafood -------- 22 18
Whitfield Strikers _---- 22 18
Tapper's Senators ----- 17 23
13-Mile Oyster Co. _--- 16% 23/2
Beaman's Plumbing ___- 15% 24%
Pate's Shell Service --- 9 31
By Robert Montgomery
Monday night on lanes 1 and 2
Rotary Told Of
The Glidden Company's new
process of analyzing troubles in
their distillation plant here in Port
St. Joe by computers was explain-
ed to the Port St. Joe Rotary Club
last Thursday by the plant opera-
tions manager, Wilmer Stoufer.
The local plant is hooked up
with an electronic computer in
Jacksonville by microwave through
the St. Joseph Telephone and Tele-
graph Company. Meter readings
are taken on the big towers at the
local plant with readings program-
med into the machine and within
a matter of minutes corrections are
received back in Port St. Joe for
use by the operators.
Stoufer says that installation of
the computer into the plant's oper-
ation' has resulted in more constant
specifications for the local product.
The computer can make computa-
tions and diagnosis in a matter of
minutes that would take men days
to work out.
The Club also saw a film put out
by the Florida Development Com-
mission on the Florida exhibit at
the New York World's Fair.
Guests of the Club were Marion
Craig, Robert Costin and Tom
it was a contest of who could out-
sorry who. Costin won out by tak-
ing three points. Jimmy Costin was
high for Costin's with 496. Wayne
Smith was high for St. Joe Lanes
with a 534.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Vitro I take
four points from St. Jos. Tel. & Tel.
Danny Maddox was tops for Vitro
I with 514. St. Jos. Tel. & Tel.
spotlighted a new bowler for the
team, Troy Gay, with 555.
On lanes 5 and 6 Glidden got
back into the winning circle .by
taking four from Vitro II. Eddy
Palagyi was high for Glidden with
538. Russell Williamson is keeping
high for Vitro II with 416.
Cooper's Chevrolet and 13-Mile
postponed last Monday, but Coop-
er's had a make-up game with St.
Jos. Tel. & Tel. last Thursday night
with Cooper's taking three points.
High for Cooper's was Joe Richards
with 576. Virgil Davis was tops for
Telephone with 507.
Two hundred bowlers to be con-
gratulated are: Joe Riehards 233,
Virgil: Daniels 213, Eddy Palagyi
201, Robert Montgomery 221, Troy
Gay 204, and Wayne Smith 211.
Standings W. L.
Costin 25 15
Cooper Chevrolet ____-- __ 24 12
Glidden 22 18
'Vitro I 21 15
13-Mile Oyster Co. _____ 17 19
St. Jos. Tel. & Tel. ______ 16 24
St. Joe Lanes 15 25
Vitro I 11 25
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
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FAIR WEATHER FRIENDS?
We never thought that we would live to see the day when
Port St. Joe fans would not show up for a football game ...
especially a home football game.
Port St. Joe fans have always supported their team in
first class fashion. They have always followed the team well
. even on 100 mile trips.
But Friday night was the exception to the past rule.
Port St. Joe fans were conspicuous by their absence. Quincy
outnumbered Port St. Joe fans by a comfortable margin.
Frankly, we think the people of Port St. Joe should be
ashamed of themselves. If our team had an eight win and
no loss record, we have no doubt but what the fans would
have been out in droves Friday night, even though the down-
pour of rain had continued until midnight.
We also realize that the rain was used for an excuse.
But, anybody can be called on to be loyal to a winner.
It takes a person proud in his community, his school, and
his kids to hold up a losing team. We must remember that
we will not lose forever .. unless we withdraw our support.
Even the Quincy team members noticed the slim attend-
ance. While walking the sidelines on the Quincy side making
pictures, one Quincy youth remarked, "Doesn't Port St. Joe
support a team just because it has a losing season?"
Well, do you?
vember 3, in Marianna. Those at-
tending this seminar were instruct-
ed in new services of the Voca-
tional Department of the State
Guidance Department and trends
During the past few weeks Mrs.
Ivey has been screening eyes. Mrs.
Hadirn of the Health Department
will re-check those students who
Mrs. Ivey recommends. All high
school students will have their eyes
checked during the next few
Tuesday, November 2, Mr. Saun-
ih rk| ote ~ders held a short assembly in the
auditorium. Students in grades 10-
2 12 attended this assembly which
By dealt mainly with our school's ie-
MICHELE ANCHORS cent loss of accreditation and its
Saturday the high school band effects on the students.
attended the district band festival The clothing drive conducted by
in Tallahassee. This marching con- the Key-ettes and the F. H, A. will
test was held at the..Capitol Hill end tomorrow. It is hoped that a
Fair Grounds where Port St. Joe large amount of clothing will be
was one of only three bands to rate collected by tomorrow afternoon.
superior in all phases of this con-: f you have not donated, please do
test. The band will attend another so generously.
contest in April which will be con-
The Open House held last Thurs- Pil & APP A CE
day in observance of American LL R
IEducation Week proved successful.
Approximately fifty parents visited
the classrooms and talked with I
,teachers. The Sparklers' Club pro- -
!vided refreshments for the guests. -
The Key-ettes have recently
elected their Dream Boy for the |
current school year. Billy Antley,
a senior, was chosen Dream Boy by
popular vote of the club. Billy is
active in many school activities
which include the Key Club and
the Siortsman Club. A iwvS AKE ~TIME TO rav7'r
Mrs. Katherine Ivey, Guidance ~ lOR IRMa m/vava nam rmr7a W#
.r- AAfo P /rT W4 AFW PmtroI
Counselor, attended the monthly ca s a/
guidance seminar Wednesday, No u..... a.N .,On.O INh
City of Port St. Joe Real Estate and
Personal Property Taxes are now due
Payment during the month of Novem-
ber earns a 4*% discount.
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk ..
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William Holden and
very interesting program, "The In-
donesian Story," was presented by
the program chairman, Mrs. John
Hanson. Those taking part were
Mrs. Charles Marshall, Mrs. Neil
Arnold, Mrs. Keith Ward, Mrs. B.
A. Collier, Mrs. Randy McClain,
Mrs. Billy Norris, Mrs. W. C. Rob-
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Other members present were
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The meeting was closed with
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Refreshhmiriht were served by the
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the Woman's Society of Christian DOG FOOD
Service to be held at the Wewa-
hitchka Methodist Church Tuesday, VELDA Glass Ju
November 23, beginning at 9:00 a. ,
m., C.S.T. Use of the World Banks
was stressed. As the circle's No-
vember project ,it has the sale of
UNICEF Christmas cards. The cir- I
cle purchased a pair of shoes for a LARGE BUNCHES
needy child and made plans for
their Christmas meeting to be at TURNIPS MU
Mrs. Edd Ramsey's, December 13. -" "
Mrs. Edd Ramsey presented the FRESHFLORIDA
program. OIAn i6
Mrs. Chason served delicious re- I-R -
freshments to the six members 4 POUND BAG
present. The meeting closed with .A E ', S
.the Woman's Society of Christian A r E L --
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965
_'-... Jayceettes Meet In Home of Mrs.
Chalrotte Nedley; Xmas Party Planned
SThe Port St. Joe Jayceettes held Mitchell, presided over the meet-
their regular monthly meeting ing.
Monday night at the home of Char- Lynda Sullivan reported that a
S- lotte Nedley. The president, Ann food basket will be made up this
Week to be given to a needy fam-
Eta Upsilon eets
S- --- E Upsilon M eets Plans were made for the Christ-
S-- Patterso nHom mas party to be held December 18
Hn at the Centennial Building. More
S. details will have to be worked out
e a M. --A The Eta Upsilon chapter of Beta by the next meeting.
Sigma Phi held its regular meeting
Tuesday night at the home of Ruth The box supper, scheduled for
r A. Patterson. The president, Shirley November 20 has been cancelled
-Mrs.i W .aTm ,1 wDaniels, presided over the meet. until possibly in February.
othte e. n Kay Parortt reported on the con-;
*_ i.. No The program chairman, Virginia ference recently held in Miami.
i "Cannon, reported that the next She also presented the chapter,
Meeting on December 7, will be with the charter of the State Jay--
e- b- MI held at the home of Charlotte Ned- cee Wives Auxiliary.
ley, with Lib Hammock in charge A n g c e w
Mrs. George McLawhon is shown above right, on is Miss Dockerys mother, Mrs. W. P. Dock- f the culual program. A nominating committee was ap
.... Dupointed to draw up a slate of offi-
serving punch to Miss Evelyn Dockery at a bri- ery. Nicky Dugar. service chairman, c ters to be voted on January.te of offi
dal shower in her honor Monday night. Looking reminded everyone that the Christ- stalation will beon in Febranuary. In
rm w mas gifts to be sentigto the mental
hospital must ber iann Mb November Final plans were made for theN
MisS Evelyn Don kery Honored With Shower Monday Night hospital must be in- b No nere d t
f30. float to be entered in the Christ-
Miss Evelyn Dockery was theTuesday evening, November 16. ery and Mrs. W. P. Dockery, moth, The social committee reported mas parade. A work night will be
honoree at a shower given by Mrs. A color scheme of red and white er of the honoree. that the Thanksgiving banquet will held later,
George McLawhon, Mrs. John Mc-was followed throughout the party Miss Dockery, who will become be held on November 20 at the The United Cerebral Palsy Tele-
Kenzie,. Mrs. A. P. Jackson androoms. the bride of William Robert West, Parish House. It will be a covered thon to be held November 25 and
Mrs. W. R. Ramsey at the McLaw- The hostesses presented a soup Jr., December 11, was the recipient dish affair with husbands invited. 26 will have a local telephone an-
hon home on Monument Avenue,tureen and corsages to Miss Dock- of many useful gifts. Final plans were made for the swearing station to be handled by
float to be entered in the Christ- the Jayceettes. Contributions will
t l pti l mas parade. Husbands are urged be called in and relayed to Panama
First Baptist Circle to volunteer their services for this City during the hours the Teletho
Meets With Mrs. Costin Cl project. is on the air.
SNicky'Duggar presented an in- A membership drive has been in
,Circle No. 2 of the First Baptist teresting program on "Dress" in effect recently headed by Betty
V. M. U. met in the home of Mrs. which she traced the history of Whitehurst. The results were evi-
C .G. Costin, Sr., with nine mem- -dress from ancient Egypt to the dent at this meeting as nine new
bers nd one visitor, Mrs. Bryan present time. Jaycee wives joined the Jayceettes.
Smith. Following the closing ritual, the The meeting was adjourned fol-
The meeting was opened with hostess, Ruth Patterson, served de- lowed by refreshments served by
rThe meeting was opened with licious refreshments to all attend- the hostesses, Sue Phillips, Char-
prayer by Mrs. J. F. Daniels. After n V -.l ..... d-S i
a brief business meeting our pro- ng lott Nedley and Lynda Sullivan.
gram was in charge of our pro-
gram chairman, Mrs. Cason. Mrs.
Goodson gave the devotional. Our
theme this month was "My Church,
Hearing and Obeying. The meeting
was closed with prayer by Mrs.
Costin. eek End
Refreshments were served by
FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE THREE
Circle No. 3 of the First Baptist SPECIA LS
W. M. U. met Monday, November
15, with Mrs. Lonnie Bell in her
home at 0ak; Grove with seven GOOD HEAVY ROUND
The meeting was opened with A
prayer by the chairman, Mrs.
Daughtry. Due to absence of the Wdd Ad ST l b-B- 69
program chairman, no circle pro- W eddlng Announced USDA GOOD T-BONE or
gram was given. Mrs. Bellgave the
Calendar of Prayer and Mrs. Ma- Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Gentry are November 5, at 8:30 p. m. SIRLOI1N STEAK ---lb. 9 9 c
comber gave prayer in their be- announcing the marriage of their The ceremony was performed
half. daughter, Polly Susan, to Robert by Rev. C. T. Laws in the Sew- FRESH:
After a business session was con- Henry Sewell, Jr., son of Mr. and ell's home at 229 8th Street. BEEF LIVER-t/-- I 2 I
ducted the meeting adjourned and Mrs. R. H. Sewell, on Friday, IVER Ib. 29
the hostess served pound cake, fruit HALF .QP,,WHOLE
whip and coffee to all present. Hosts b.
Returns Frm Vet NarSparkman Circle Mrs Chason Hosts SLAB-ACON -b 49
Returns From Viet Nam I--Oz............. an
S-Sgt. Eugene Hall, son-in-law of Met, Rnrta Circle GRJEEN,1GANT 12 Oz. Cans
Mr. and Mrs. Heck Tynes of Port IVI MoV, -nday. Bartee Circle I
s t -t-''.' N [ D L I C O R N - -- 2 c a n s 3 9 c
St. Joe, has returned froinm a year's The Louise Sparkman Crcle of The Esther Bartee Circle met in NIBLET CORN
service in Viet Nam. e was sta- the Long Avenue Baptist Church the home of Mrs. Williston Chason SHOWBOAT No. 2% Cans
tioned outside of Siagon.
StianeadotMr.s H o ,ia own. W. M. U. met at the church Mon- Monday morning. PORK and BEANS 2 cons 39 c
day night, Nov. 8. PORK and BEANS 2 cans 39c
stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. ,""The devotion given by Mrs. W.
The ieting was opened with D. Jones, circle chairman, was GOLD 4W SS
CLASSIFIED ADSI the call"to prayer by Mrs. Keith from "The Upper Room."-the I ta,.ll
Midget Investments That Yield Ward, followed by the reading of scripture from Colossions 2. Every- EVA MILK tal cans 39 c
Giant Returnsl the Watchword. one was urged to attend the Sub- VIGRO 12 Oz. Cans
fter abrie~sin e t ing. a District "Self Study Program" of VIGRO 121/ Oz. Cans
. rCi --~. '~~-;;
Sharks Lose to Quincy 47-6
Meet Apalachicola In Finale
The Port St. Joe Sharks were de-
feated by undefeated Quincy High
last Friday night on the local field
by a score of 47 to 6.
The Sharks received the open-
ing kick-off but lost the ball to
Quincy on their own 14 yard line
by a fumble on the third play of
the game. The Tigers' quarterback,
Arthur Monroe ,carried the ball
over for the first score of the game
with 9:45 left in the period. Mon-
roe also went over from the 17
yard line on a fourth down to moke
Quincy's second TD." Both extra
points were good.
The Tigers scored quickly in the
second period. Jim Cox had his
punt blocked with only five seconds
gone in the period and Quincy's
Lanar Monroe picked up the loose
ball and ran for the TD.. The Ti-
gers picked up their fourth TD on
a second Shark fumble on their
own 48. One of Port St. Joe's best
defensive efforts occurred in the
second -stanza when the Sharks
held the big Quincy aggregation
for four downs on the Shark 24
The third period looked, as if the
Sharks would finally take hold
after Clark Downs intercepted a
long bomb Quincy pass on the
Shark 25. But the Sharks could not
get a drive going and seemed to
fall apart for a few minutes. This
was enough for Quincy to pick up
three quick touchdowns.
Early in the last period the
Sharks put on a concerted drive
which ended with Branch going
over from the three yard line for
the Sharks' lone score. The attempt
to run over the extra point was no
After Port St. Joe scored, both
teams sent in their reserves to fin-
ish the game. One of the highlights
of the last period was one of Lov-
ett's passes which traveled for 20
yards to Gainey for a completion.
A second long Lovett pass to Pate
was handled by about three play-
ers from both teams before it was
finally gathered in by Pate.
As the end of the game approach-
The Sharks Clark Downs bri
Buttram as is trying to run the
touchdown i last Friday night.
ed, Quincy'was 'attempting to score
again but the:S.harks held and took
over on downs with three seconds
left in the game.
S PSJ Quincy
First Downs :-------- 7 17
Rushing Yardage ------ 42 174
Passing Yardage __-__119 217
Passes Intercepted --- 1 1
Fumbles Lost ----- 3 3
Yards Penalized ------- 30 65
Tomorrow-night the Sharks will
close out the season on the..home
field against Apalachicola. Game
time is 8:00 p .m.
LT. AND MRS.. DAVID ODUM
VISIT RELATIVES LAST WEEK
Lt. and Mrs. David Odum of Fort
Bragg, N. C.,; ;spent several days
here last week visiting Rev.. and
Mrs. J. C. Odum.
St. Joseph Historical
Society Met Saturday
The St. Joseph Historical Society
held its regular monthly meeting
in the Municipal Building Saturday
afternoon. The meeting was called
to order by the president, Mrs.
Charles Browne, with the following
members present: Mrs. William H.
Howell, Jr., Mrs. Ned S. Porter,
Mrs. Ralph Swatts and Mrs. Hubert
In the absence of the Secretary,
Charles Smith, the minutes for the
October meeting were not report-
ed. The treasurer's report was giv-
en by Mrs. William H. Howell, Jr.
Mrs. Hubert Brinson was ap-
pointed chairman of the Cemetery
Committee for the beautification
and improvements for the old St..
Joseph Cemetery. Mrs. Brinson re-
quested that Mrs. Ned Porter be
appointed to assist her in her new
Mrs. Porter read an article pub-
lished in the Chattanooga Times,
October 31, entitled, "Covering the
Waterfront", concerning the St.
Jose'ph Peninsula State Park, which
was submitted to her by Harry H.
SThere being no further business
ings down Quincy halfback Tom the meeting adjourned.
football over the goal line for a Mrs. William H. Howell, Jr.
METHODIST W. S. C. S. TO HOLD To Spend Thanksgiving in S. C.
SUB-DISTRICT MEET AT WEWA Mr. and'Mrs Emmett Daniell will.
leave Saturday to spend Thanksgiv-
A "Sub-District meeting of the ing holidays with their daughter
Methodist W. S. C. S. will be held and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Kan-
in the First Baptist Church of We- neberg ,in Marion, S. C.
wahitchka, November 23, at 9:00 ----
a. m., C.S.T.
W. S. C. S. groups from Altha,
Honeyville, Blountstown, Wewa-
hitchka, Port St. Joe and Mexico
Beach will participate in the pro-
All'members are invited to at-
D. E.-Whites Have Guests
Miss Judi Hicks of Neptune
Beach, Florida, and David White of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida, were
the guests last Wednesday of Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. White and family.
Miss Hicks is an English teacher
and David a Math teacher at
Fletcher. Junior High School at
To Visit Sister in Tampa
Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery will
leave this week-end for Tampa to
be with her sister, Mrs. Jewel
Lamons, who will undergo surgery
Tuesday, November 23.
-Corvallis, Ore., Gagette-Times-
"Now that Medicare has been add-
ed to the burden of the taxpayers,
a letter writer to the Salem Capi-
tal Journal has seriously come up
with the suggestion that 'Casket-
care' be the next federal project.
Wonder what ever happened to the
ridiculous American notion that
citizens who are not mentally or.
hpysically handicapped should have
self-sufficiency as their goal?"
Bridge Is Built To Solve Highwmsy 98 DrainageProblem
The bridge pictured above, has been built ..oo.smait.for the oad placeaon it during heavy
over one of Port St. Joe's. main- drain ditched fo rains. The ditchl carries off all water North of
provide an easier exit for surface rain water dur- Fifth Street through storm sewers and open dit-
ing heavy downpours. The bridge replaces a 42 ches and deposits it in St. Joseph's Bay.
inch 'concrete culvert pipe, which was adjudged
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Paul Dar-
nail, Sr., 114 Monument Avenue,
announce the birth of a son, Ken-
neth Paul, Jr., November 13, 1965.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rudolph Den-
nis, 127 2nd Ave., announce the
birth of a son, Samuel Allen, No-
vember 13, 1965.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Scott Lind,
Sr., 93 16th St., Apalachicola, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Stephen
Scott, Jr., November 11, 1965.
M. and Mrs. Roy Donald John-
son, 205 9th St., announce the birth
of a son, Roy Donald Johnson, Jr.,
November 8, 1965'.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kenneth
Cross, 1705 Garrison Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Tonya Michelle, November 5, 1965. THRIFT SHOP WORKERS FOR
Mr. and Mrs. James Edsel Mar-
tin, Wewahitchka, announce the
birth of a son, James Tony, No-
vember 10, 1965.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albert
Thompson, Apalachicola, announce
the birth of sons, Charles Wade
and Charles Wayne, November 7,
NEW BOOKS AVAILABLE AT
ST. JOE BRANCH LIBRARY
New books now available at the
St. Joe Branch Library are:
"They Both were Naked," by Wy-
"Blake's Reach," by Catherine
"The Looking Glass War," by
"Christian Marlow's Daughter,"
by Frances Parkinson Keyes.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20
Anyone having clothing or other
merchandise to donate for sale at
the Thrift Shop, please contact
Mrs. Ashley Costin, Mrs. Charles
Lowry or Mrs-. W. F. Wager, or
take them by the Thrift Shop or
Thursday morning at 9:30.
Thrift Shop workers for Satur-
day, November 20, are: Mrsl Billy
Quarles, Mrs. Gannon Buzzett and
Mrs. R. G. Porter.
Expectant Mothers -
We Now Carry A
Complete Line of
.I don't believe Ever
my Church Teaches"'
Many people in'~arious Catholic and Protestant denominations often
make the statient: "I don't go along with everything my church
teaches.' Thoset ho say this are not agnostics nor infidels. Usually
they are folk whp are sincere and honest with themselves and with
* ,.. *^ *. : -. ,
PRACTICES NOT AUTHORIZED
As these people read God's word-forthemselves they learn that there are certain practices being observed in
their Churches which are not authorized in the Bible. Therefore, they want to be loyal to God and refrain from
unlawful teachings and practices.
GO BACK TO PENTECOST--
If each person today could go bac beyond Catholicand Protestant denominations (divisions) to the time when
only the Lord's Church existed, li would learn that the Church of Christ was composed of every Christian. He
would learn that in the beginiihi the Lord's Church there were no divisions or denominations.
NOT POSSIBLE THEN
Christ's Church had no authori al formulate doctrine or teaching, therefore no Christian: could make the
statement: "I do not believe eyeShing my Church teaches," because the Church was based on the inspired
word of God alone. He might as l have said, "I don't believe what God's word teaches." The Church of Christ
remains the same today. : .
_BE JUST A CHRISTIAN H
Today it is possible for everyone just a Christian, and belong to that divine institution established by Jesus
(Matthew 16:18). Members of a1 Church of Christ (Rom. 16:16) cannot make the statement, "I don't believe
-everything my Church teaches Ar the Church o' Christ today is governed strictly by the word of God in
name, organization, membershigVreed, mission and unity.
Fo rather Information Write r. sit the '
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41- it-, ."I. t,- N 11
210 R~EID AVE.
PRICES EFFECTIVE 6 GREAT DAYS! NOVEMBER 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24
Heavy Duty Alum.
Foil roll 59c
18 ins. x 25 ft.
Herb or Cornbread
8 ounce 31c
Shop PIGGLY WIGGLY
when yotf- -
buy one :'U111) 111C
Buy one 4-oz;-can of 'SAUSAGS
Broad-cast Vienna '*"..i.""
Sausages and get one
additional can free
with this coupon,
jAIL LIMIT One coupon to a Family
To Grocer: John Morrell & Co. will redeem this
coupon good for one 4-oz. can of Broadcast Vienna
Sausages at your current shelf prica, plus 2c han-
dling, provided: (1) coupon Is takr Itn payment on
the item specified above, and (2) It is mailed to John
Morrell & Co., P.O. Box 1512, C!inon, Iowa. Void
whenpresented by outside agency, or v.ren abused,
prohibited, taxed, or'otherwise restricted. Coupon
good only on brand specified and rn n-tansferable.
mnvolces proving purchases of sufiicient stock to
cover coupons presented for redemption must be
shown on request. Customer must pay any sales
tax. Cash value, 1/20 of 1 cent.
JOHN MORRELL & CO., BOX 1512, CLINTON, IOWA
Offer expires Dec. 31, 1965.
MY RETAIL PRICE FOR 1 CAN c
1 ounce 21c
Size on I
1 ounce 2
V2 ounce 2
1 ounce C
Size 2 c
7/8 ounce 19
needs it Your
Piggly Wiggly hat it!
14 to 18 POUND TURKEYS
Yellow Rose Pure Vegetable
3 POUND CAN |
LIMIT One can with $7.00 Order
YOU SAVE 24c!
Fine Chase & Sanborn
1 POUND CAN
LIMIT One can with $7.00 Order
YOU SAVE 28c! d
Ballard and Pillsbury
Queen Ann Diced Fruit
CAKEMIX -------lb. pkg.
Queen Ann Red
RED CHERRIES ---- b. pkg.
20 Cup Aluminum
PERCOLATOR ------- only
Durkee's (SAVE 10c) Flake
COCONUT -------- 14 oz.
PINWHEELS -------- only
Nabisco Ideal Chocolate
PEANUT BARS ------ only
*5, ~ '"
8 Ounce Cans
Salad and Sandwich Perfect
FULL QUART JAR
Green Giant Kit. Sliced, No. 303 Cans
- GREEN BEANS --_ -3 cans
OCEAN SPRAY BRAND
NO. 300 SIZE CAN
LIMIT Two Cans at This Price, Please!
YOU SAVE 10c
WE HAVE PLENTY OF FRUIT CAKE MATERIALS AND HOLIDAY
NUTS NOW ON DISPLAY AT PIGGLY WIGGLY!
FRESH, CRISP and CLEAN
Enjoy the Veri-Best Produce!
We Give Valuable S&H Green Stamps
Morton's Frozen Mince Meat or Pumpkin
$199 20 Oz.
4 c Peaches
-- CHECK THESE THANKSGIVING SPECIALS! --
PEOPLE DESERVE THE VERY BEST ..
AT PIGGLY WIGGLY YOU GET IT!
YOUR PLEASURE IS OUR POLICY!
REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND
Lovely DOMINION IMPERIAL Electric APPLI
* STEAM & DRY
* ELECTRIC HAIR
Save your Piggly Wig.
,gly cash register tapes
dated Nov. 5-Dec. 15.
Exchange $25.00 in reg-
ister tapes plus $8.88
in cash for your choice
of above appliances.
LANCES Lg. Tube
Frosty Morn Fully Cooked
Pleasure Shop Piggly Wiggly for
Steaks, Roasts, Chope, Pork Hams,
Baking Hens, Oysters and all the
We have plenty of Swift's Premium
Butterball Turkeys of all sizes, now
on display at Piggly Wiggly!
Frosty Morn Honey Gold
Fresh, Young and Tender
Fresh, Red and Ripe
1 Lb. 21
7 Oz. Size
6 Oz. Size
Reg. or Extra
Hard to Hold
100 S & H STAMPS
With $10.00 or More Order
One Coupon per Customer
Good thru NOV. 24
' .- *Quantity Rights Reserved
STOCK UP FOR A BIG HOLIDAY! PIGGLY WIGGLY WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY! OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY
FINE NORBEST BRAND
USDA INSPECTED, 18 LBS. AND UP, YOUNG
USDA GRADE "A"
Green Giant Golden, No. 303 Cans
CREAM CORN _.---_ 3 cans 69
Green Giant Golden, No. 30 3Cans f
W. K. CORN ---- 3 cans 6oC
Green Giant, 12 Oz. Cans c
NIBLETS CORN -- 3 cans 69C
reen Giant, No. 303 Cans cCn 6 c
P EA S ----3 cans 69c
CHECK THIS THANKSGIVING AD FOR OVER
500 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS!
BRAZIL NUTS -- Ib. pkg. 49 c
T_:HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965 0 Per Cent of
TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR ANNUAL Annual Mail Load
ROTARY CHARITY BALL DEC. 4 Comes In December
It really wasn't too many Christ-
mases ago when communication was
a relatively simple act. We just
shopping a bit earlier this year,
mail earlier and use the five little
numbers called ZIP codes.
Everybody may not completely.
understand the significance of the
codes ,but Postmaster Costin says
the ZIP code concept is so success-
ful that hundreds of postal officials
from other countries have been
ovr here satulving waves to adant
talked. Nearly very one we knew the system to their postal oper-
lived in the same area. Getting a nations. This is pretty usrprising to
letter was a big event of the week, hear since we've always been told
or month. Getting the mail most of that some of these same nations
us receive now at Christmas would have had more efficient postal sys-
haye been a big enough story to teams than ours.
tell for years on end. ----
SThe Rotary Club of Port St. Joe children had dental inspection, 461
sponsors the annual Rotary charity children treated, 945 fillings, 422
?ball. The proceeds go to the Bet- extractions. In addition each child
Ster Dental Health program. The examined was instructed on proper
Bureau of Dental Health, directed care and brushing of their teeth.
by Dr. Floyd H. DeCamp, D.D.S., Port t. Joe
Which is a division of the Florida The Rotarylub ort Joe
SState Board of Health, sends a mo- is happy to sponsor the Better
bile dental unit complete with a Health program for the young child.
qualified doctor of dental surgery dren of our community. This year
to examine and make necessary we will sponsor the annual charity
corrective measures. This work is ball to be held at the Centennial
done with parents' consent only. Building from.9 p. 9 m. to 1 a. m.
Saturday, December ,4. Music by
Through the cooperation of Dr. Louie Weaver Orchestra.
Robert E. King, D.D.S., the Gulf
County Health Department and the Donatons $7.50 per couple, semi-
superintendent of Gulf County formal. For reservations, no charge,
schools, the- Rotary Charity Ball, call Joe Mira.
Inc:,.has .provided over $1,300 to Tickets to the charity ball may
pay for dental examination and be obtained from any Rotarian.
Since starting in April 1964, 477 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
DINE AND DANCE
Apalachiola Across the Bridge
SSeafood. and Steaks Our Specialty
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 9 A. M. to 12
Friday and Saturday 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 A. M.
For Party Appointments Phone 670-9121
MISS WARD PASSES EXAMS AT
U. OF COL. MEDICAL CENTER
Twenty-five graduates of the
University of Colorado Medical
Center medical technology course
have passed the national certifica-
tion examination conducted by the
Board of Registry of Medical Tech-
nologists, Dr. Joseph H. Holmes, di-
rector of the course, has an-
The CU graduates were among
1,919 who passed the 1965 registry
Among those who were success-
ful was Miss Margaret E. Ward,
804 16th St., Port St. Joe, Fla.
tal employees serving our commun- Whitfields Have Guests
ity will be working at their peak to a
handle the jump in mail volume. Mobl andla. vsitd sevPer om
With this in mind, Postmaster last week with Mrs. Potter's sister
Costin passes along his annual sug- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Whit-
gestion that we do our Christmas field.
ely priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
TYNE'S STANDARD SERVICE
Jane Parker Delicious 1-lb.,
"Super-Right" Quick Frozen
But things certainly have chang-
ed. In this age of machine, the
megalopolis and the annual "mov-
ing day," communication over the
miles has become common, con-
stant and of collossal proportions.
This year, the Post Office Depart-
ment, for instance, will deliver
over 72 billion pieces of mail. The
volume is increasing by two to
three billion each year.
Postmaster Chauncey Costin tells
us that about 10 per cent of the
mail enters the postal system the
month before Christmas. In Port
Saint Joe that means about 199,000
pieces of mail will be handled be-
tween December 1 and Christmas.
It also means that the eleven pos-
10 to 16-lb.
17 to 22-lb.
"Super-Right" Heavy Beef
Short Ribs, lb. 39c
Southern Star Cooked'
Ham, 412 Ib. 3.49
Hams- lb. 89c
Cap'n John Fresh
Oysters, 12 oz 99c
Quick Frozen Headless
Shrmp -- Ib. 89c
Sultana Frozen Meat-8 oz.
Pies __5 for 89c
Swift Premium Quick
Ducklings, Ib. 49c
"Super-Right" Western Beef Standing
RIB ROAST lb. 89c
With Purchase of "Super-Right"
GR0 GROUND BEE F
"O CUPON kg. NEC
"NO COUPON NECESSARY"
-Expire 11-20 Jax.11-20-65 r
...-................. e Fresh
w=awsCoUPNotvachma or c STAMPS
A&P Inst. Choc. Flavored is and
Drink, 13 4/5 oz. 33c F '
SExpire 11-20 Jax.11-20-65 Vegetable
... .... ... +.- Vegetables
a m IlW PLAID FRESH TENDER POLE
WITH THIS COUPON AND PUiCHA31 OF A Ms
I wAn S'owNAM^ A' I" S BEANS l-------- -b. 15c
Ann Page Choc. or Van.
Puddings, 3 pkgs 37c GOLDEN RIPE
SExpire 11-20 Jax.11-20-65 BA NA 1
-- ---I-o. B A NA N A S l--------b. 10c
2 heads 29c
10 lbs. 49c
8-oz. Ann Page Pure
each 39c GRAPE JELLY_2-12-oz. jar 49c
New Family Size! Jane Parker Spice Cake
SPANISH BAR .__2-lb. loaf 49c
A&P Sweet or Unsweetened 1-qt., 14-oz.
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE _- can 39c
Special Sale! Mild Mellow EIGHT O'CLOCK
COFFEE lIb. bag
Del Monte Yellow Cling HALVES or SLICED- 1-lb., 13-oz. Cans
PEACHES 2 cans
Nine Lives Liver Cat
Food-6Y2 Oz. Can
Cat Food....2 for 35c
Decors ....2 for 29c
Nestles Semi-Sw. 6-oz.
Morsels-.....2 for 39c
Morsels...12 oz. 37c
Morton's Plain or
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Gala Paper, jumbo roll
Towels -...-roll 37c
Pet-Ritz Pie Crust
Shells, pkg. of 2 39c
Syrup, pt 35c, qt 63c
Heavy Duty Aluminum
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION tained from the Board of U. S. Civil
FOR CLERK AT-APALACHICOLA Service Examiners, Selective Serv-
The Board of U. S. Civil Service ice System, 19 McMillan Street, St.
Examiners, Selective Service Sys- Augustine, Florida. Application
ter, announces a competitive Civil form (Form 5000-AB) should be
Service Examination for position filed with the Board of Examiners
of Clerk, to be held locally for by November 29, 1965, which is
filling vacancy in the Local Board the closing date for acceptance of
Office at Apalachicola. Certifica- applications.
tion for filling vacancies will be All qualified applicants will re-
made of the highest eligibles resid- ceive consideration for employment
ing in Franklin and Gulf Counties. without.regard to race, creed, color
Full information is contained in or national origin.
Announcement No. AT-160-6(65) Information may also be obtain-
distributed to all Post Offices in ed from the office of Local Board
these counties. Information and ap- No. 9, Selective Service System,
plication forms may also be ob- Court House, Apalachicola, Florida.
VIBRANT COLORS! EXCITING DESIGNS
Special Sale Price!
Brilliant patterns combine in
deep, plush viscose pile. Non-
skid backing. 24 by 40-in. Oval
or oblong designs. Machine
washable. A tremendous Carp
'ityoe Saves a1
ALL FIRST QUALITY
Oak Grove Assembly of God will hold a 2:30 p. m. T
big Gospel Sing on Sunday, November 21st, above, will be
Patience Is Neede world.
P tience IS Needed His views at this critical hour
e Future are well worth the thoughtful un-
Fr the Future biased consideration of every Amer-
t., DR.,,sll Kav
It is difficult to make an intel-
ligent decision on any subject un-
less we approach it.with an open
mind and a willingness to consider
all the facts and.weigh them with
patience and tolerance.
This nation's internal and inter-
national problems are so complex
today that it is difficult for most
of us to grasp their full import.
The average person, in posses-
sion of limited knowledge, is in-
clined to form hasty opinions with-
out regard to their relationship to
the problem as a whole.
Others steeped in hate and intel-
erance or concerned with personal
or political advantage, discount and
denounce any view relative to a
problem that does not coincide with
If this nation and the world for
that matter is to survive it is im-
perative we approach the future
with patience, tolerance, diligently
seeking truth and understanding.
I have just finished reading an
article written by Dwight D. Eisen-
hower entitled "America's Place in
the World,"' appearing in the Octo-
ber issue of Reader's Digest.
At this critical juncture in our
affairs, the former President pleads
for unity and tolerance, at home
and among the nations of the free
What's new in tiger country? What did you have in mind?
This is our luxury tiger.
This is our economy tiger.
There are 38 more tigers In between-all Wide-Tracks, all Pontiacs/'66.
Do you want a no-apologies luxury car? A
360-hp sports car with a back seat? A long-
whIeelbase family car that doesn't cost an
arm and a 'leg? A sleek town car? An
economy car with a 6 you'll swear Is an 8
until you count cylinders? Come to tiger
country. You name it, we've got it. As usual.
Special safety note: All 1966 Pontiacs
Include front and rear seat belts, dual-
speed windshield wipers, windshield
washers, outside rear view mirror, padded
dash and sun visors, and backup lights for
better visibility when backing up at night.
Be sure to use them.
EVERYTHING'S NEW IN TIGER COUNTRY, YOUR PONTIAC DEALERS-A GOOD PLACE TO BUY USED CARS, TOO.
Jim Cooper Motor Co., Inc.
If you are of confused mind and
earnestly seek information and un-
derstanding I feel sure you will
find this article most helpful. It
contains much food for thought
and explains a number of facts
concerning Viet Nam, Dominican
Republic, the aid question and our
American image throughout the
world today that every citizen
should be aware.
"There are, I suppose, several
reasons for the growing resurgence
of isolationism in our country," Mr.
Eisenhower states. "Perhaps the
410 REID A
'he Assembly, Gospel Singers,
greatest of these is that many
Americans seem to be running out
of patience. In country after coun-
"And while we're here, doc-
tor," the mother of the teenage
girl said, "I wish you would
tell her how to eat right. All
that stuff she eats hambur-
gers, hot dogs, popcorn, milk
The lady -got the surprise of
The doctor pointed out to her
that he realized that teenage diets
leave much to be desired, in
which they differ not a whit
from adult diets. But they aren't
as bad as they are sometimes
painted, at least in some respects.
Hamburgers and hot dogs
supply useful proteins, since
they are made of meat. Many
girls do not eat enough meat,
and are likely to be short on
proteins. Milk shakes supply
much needed calcium, readily
digestible sugar, good quality
protein, a fine supply of B vita-
mins, calcium, and other useful
minerals, especially phosphorous.
Looked at from that angle, a
milk shake can contribute sig-
nificantly to the diet. And let's
not overlook the popcorn, which
is a nice way to get chummy
with some whole-grain cereal,
anybody except sick people liv-
ing on medically prescribed
diets, is very simply outlined. It
falls into four main categories:
First, there is the meat group
-meats, fish, sea-food, poultry,
eggs, milk, cheese and the leg-
uminous vegetables (navy beans,
soy beans, dried split peas, lima
beans and lentils).
Next comes the dairy food
group--milk and its products,
including ice cream, ice milk,
sherbets, cream and whipped
cream, cheese and low-fat milk
in various forms.
Then there is the fruit-vege-
table group, which, as its name]
implies, includes all the fruits
and vegetables with their content
of sugars, starches, vitamins, min-
erals and supplementary pro-
Finally we come to the group
of enriched white-flour bakery
products, refined white enriched
cereals, or whole-wheat cereals
and bakery goods, which supply,
in addition to their starch and
sugars, important vitamins and
minerals and supplementary pro.
Two or more servings daily are
try we see our embassies attacked, But Snacks INO rnougn recommended for the meat
our information libraries. wrecked Of course the girl, or boy, group. Four or more servings of
by mobs, our flag insulted, our mo- should not expect to live exclu- the vegetables and fruits and.
tives impugned." sively on these delectable de- breads and cereals groups. Adults
lights. There is much more re- should have 2 or more glasses of
"Paralleling this resentment is a quired for a good nutritious diet milk daily. Children 3 or more;
widespread spirit of complacency. for a teenager or anybody else, teenagers 4 or more (smaller
Some of us seem to be bemused by 'The big difference is that the glasses for some children under
our 'affluent society' and we wish teenager, still in the growth-and- nine); pregnant and nursing wo-
only to enjoy its benefits, to live to development stage, needs these men 4 glasses or more.
onl o eno s enes to live nutrients more than does the For teenagers? Yes, and for
ourselves and let the rest of the fully grown adult you, too, homemaker, and your
world go hang." A good diet for teenagers, or whole family.
Eisenhower points out clearly
why we cannot adopt such a policy
and hope to survive. Our place in To do so would only hasten the day. I urge you to read the former
the world today makes it impos- advancement of communismPresident's article in the October
sible for us to back away from our throughout the world and destroy
responsibilities and commitments, the bulwark that holds it back to- issue of the Reader's Digest.
3RT ST. JOE
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With the Purchase
30 Inch 4 Burner Hi-Speed
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Automatic Roll Round
No Plumbing Required
Automatic Clothes Dryer
To Hold Gospel Sing
in the Kitchen
by W.W. Bauer, M.D.
Consultant, National Dairy Cour.-l'
ARE TEEN-AGE SNACKS A PROBLEM.??
TIRE and APPLIANCE
SALE ENDS THANKSGIVING DAY
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15 Cu. Ft. Two Door Auto Defrost
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NO DOWN PAYMENT
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Buy Now and Ist Payment Not Due Till After Jan. 1, 1966
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The Only Hoe ib wnied and Operated Suner Market In Port St. Joe
"l I I k
OPEN ALL DAY GIANT SIZE With $5.00 Order
SE:NEoS AY F A B box 59c
ALCOA HEAVY 25 Foot Roll
ALUM. FOIL 49c
DEL MONTE FRUIT No. 303 Cans
COCKTAIL 3 cans 79c
SPILLSBURY White, Yellow, Devils Food, Swiss Choc.
CAKE MIXES 3 pkgs. $1.00
TENDER, PLUMP TABLERITE and
SWIFT PREMIUM BUTTER BALL
USDA GRADE "A" DRESSED and DRAWN.
IZ THROUGH 20 POUND.AVERAGE '
Our forefathers set aside a day for thanks-
giving as a means of expressing their grati-
tude over the good fortune and bountiful
harvest they were blessed with throughout
the year. The very fact that they had sur-
vived the elements and perils to partake of
the festivities was cause for rejoicing.
As time has passed, progress has added
many more blessings for which we should be
thankful. Our lives have become enriched
with added material goods and better op-
portunities. Foods have become more plenti-
ful in variety as well as quantity.
Whatever the circumstances of our individ-
ual situation ours is truly a time to be
Morton 20 Oz. Pies
MINCE PIE 3 pies 99c
Morton Frozen 20 Oz. Pies
PUMPKIN PIES 3 pies -99c
Pet Ritz Frozen
PIE SHELLS pkg. of 2 33c
IGA Frozeu 6 Oz. Cans
ORANGE JUICE 3 cans 49c
- REGISTER FOR FREE CASH -
All you have to do is sign your Name and Address
on the back of your Cash 'Register Tape and drop
it in the 'Registration Box before Saturday, 5 p.m.
DRAWING EVERY SATURDAY AT 5:00 P.M.
S You Do.Not Hyve to be .~resent T~ Win
The First Tape Drawn Will Receive Free
Cash for Amount of Purchase
The next four tickets drawn will receive 1 peck
of Mixd Fruit from Rich's
Our Tablerite ,and Sunnyland Tenderized
Lh. 49 SHANK
BREAKFAST SLICES b. 69T
HAM STEAKS -- Ib. 88C
SLICED CENTER CUT
Tablerite Boneless Fully Cooked
CANNED HAMS 4 lb. can $3.69
Tablerite Center Cut
Tablerite Vac Pack
FRESH 'PORK SAUSAGE ------ 2 Ibs. $1.00
Wilson Corn King Sliced
SPICED LUNCHEON 'LOAF
PORK CUBE STEAK lb. 69c
ROLLED PORK 'ROAST Ib. 69c
PORK SALT MEAT Ib. 49c
MAXWELL HOUSE With $5.00 Order LB. CAN
MIX OR IMATCRI
TANGERINES RED DEL. APPLES
5 POUND BAG ONIONS--------
FRESH FIELD PEAS h---- lb. 10c
JUICY TANGERINES -- doz. 29c
LETTUCE ----_ large head 19c
FRESH VINE RIPE
TOMATOES ----- lb. 19c
U. S. NO. 1 With $7.00 Order or More
3 bags $1.00
3 bags $1.00
FRESH SQUASH -------. bag
FRESH OKRA ----- Ig. bag
FRESH HAND SHELLED
PECANS------ pint jar 69c
S 10 Ibs. 29c
BEST FEED IN TOWN
AT THE BEST PRICES
25 Ibs. $1.09
25 Ibs. $1.09
25 Ibs. 99c
Wilson Corn King
1 Ib. pkg.
Fresh Center Cut PORK CHOPS
OUR OWN HOMEMADE
Sausage 3 bs. $1.
DINNER ROLLS 2 pkgs.
Kraft Sliced American or Pimento
CHEESE 12oz. pkg.
OLEOMARGARINE 2 pkgs.
CREAM CHEESE 8 oz. pkg.
SALTINE CRACKERS ---------- Ib. box
PU M PK IN --- no. 303 can
THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY, NOVEMBER 17, 8:00 A.M. to
BEEF -----3 Ibs. 79c
CHUCK --3 lbs. $1.39
Tablerite and Wilson No. 1
SLICED BACON -- Ib. 59c
OYSTERS -----pint 99c
Tablerite and Proten Choice
CUBE STEAKS -79
CLUB STEAK --79c
All Meat STEW
Beef lb. 49c
AVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
POLE BEANS lb.
12:30 P.M. SAVE AT RICH'S!
LEMONS doz. 23c
Fresh Coconuts ------- ea. 10c
GRAPEFRUIT ea. 5c
RED GRAPES .l___ b. 10c
Free Bottle of Robin Hood Syrup
with purchase of
10 Lb. Robin Hood Flour
With $7.00 Order
SUGAR -- 5 lb. bag 29c
Wih iW $70 Order
MAYONNAISE ----- qt. jar 49c
DOG FOOD ---- 25 lb. bag $1.79
EVAPORATED MILK __ 3 tall cans 39c
ICE MILK ___ /2 gal. 29c Specials for
Irish With $7.00 Order November 17, 18,
POTATOES 10 Ib. 19c 19 and 20
The Only Home Owned and Operated Super Market In Port St. Joe
HICKORY SMOKED SLAB BACON SPECIAL
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965
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. Susie, the friendly porpoise, takes time out at Marine-
land of Florida to remind Floridians to use Christmas
Seals on all their holiday mail. This is a personal way to
join in the TB associations' fight against tuberculosis
and other lung-crippling diseases such as emphysema,
acthma, bronchitis, etc.
To Spend Holidays in Arkansas.
Mrs. W. T. Herring and daugh-
ter, Sarah Claire, Mrs. Tom Thomp-
son, and Mrs. J. L. Temple will
leave Saturday to spend Thanks-
giving holidays visiting relatives in
Visit In Wewahitchka
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
FOR SALE: New Philco washing FOR RENT. One, two and three HELP WANTED: Ambitious per-
machine to be sold at wholesale bedroom house's, furnished, on son full or spare time. Supply
cost. St. Joe Radio & TV Co., 228 beach. Also 2 bedroom unfurnish- Rawleigh famous products in Gulf
Reid Ave., Phone 227-4081. tf-11-11 ed house at Oak Grove. Call Chris County or Port St. Joe. Can earn
Martin at 227-4051. tfc-9-2 $125 -per week. Write Rawleigh
FOR SALE: Lots in Beacon Hill FA K 100 1124, Memphis, Tenn.
subdivision, excellent for trailer FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
use. $295.00 each. Four available, house at Beacon Hill. Call Cecil FOR SALE: 1962 Corvair Monza.
Easy terms by owner. Call Ralph G. Costin, Jr., phone 227-4311. tfc Radio, heater, factory air condi-
Nance, 648-4370. ; toning onne hip .i.l.rn
oit ~ lL ningAVVW 2 on hi -d l
FOR SALE: 1303 Marvin Ave. 2
bedroom house, kitchen, living
room, dining room and den, utility
room (total 1250 sq. ft) Carpet liv-
ing and dining rooms, drapes, hea-
ter, cook stove elec., TV antenna
on 35 pole with rotor, elec. pump.
See Bob Elizey, Phone 227-4611.
FOR SALE: House on Long Ave-
nue. Near Elementary School.
Also furnished cottage at Indian
Pass Beach. Phone 227-7151, 8 to 5
Monday thru Friday. M. H. Ed-
FOR SALE: Large 2 bedroom
house at White City. Double car-
port, large utility house and 20'x
21' garage or shop building. On
two choice lots. Phone 229-4964. tc
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 2
baths, built-in kitchen, complete-
ly paneled and air conditioned.
Call 229-3826: tfc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
200'x200' corner lot in White
City. Phone 229-3792. 4tc-11-5
Two bedroom beach cottage on
1% front lots at St. Joe Beach.
To sell for only $6,000.
Three bedroom, concrete block
dwelling with den and two car gar-
age on Marvin Avenue. To sell for
only $12,700; .Sale price includes
two air conditioners, new carpet in
living room ard hall.
Two new, three bedroom, brick
homes with two baths. To sell for
$12,000 and $12,350.
221 Reid Avenue Phone 227-3491
FOR SALE: Nice, 3 bedroom ma-
sonry home; 1 baths. Call 229-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom partially
furnished cottage on one acre lot
at Howard Creek. Call 648-3100 4t
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame home
in excellent, condition. Wall to
wall carpeting, air conditioned, win-
dow fan, large screen outdoor liv-
ing room, large dining room, 12x18
storage house equipped kitchen,
landscaped, cypress rail fenced
yard. 304 16th St. Call 227-5721.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, un-
furnished. Enquire at 529 10th
Street after 3 p.m. $35.00 per mo.
FOR RENT: 4 bedroom house, 2
baths, den,-double garage, living
-oom and kitchen. Completely fur-
iished. At St. Joe Beach. Call 229-
4291 after 4:00 p.m. Buddy Floore.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house on
Eighth Street. Unfurnished. Call
FOR RENT: Redecorated furnished
apartment, $55.00 per mo., unfur-
nished, $45.00. Near school. Call
Jean Arnold, 648-4800. tfc
FOR RENT: Two 1-bedroom fur-
nished houses. Also two 2-bed-
room furnished houses at Beach.
Phone Smith's Pharmacy, 227-5111.
FOR RENT: Clean 2 bedroom apt.,
Sat 619 Woodward Ave. $45.00
per month. Call Gene Halley, Tal-
lahassee, Fla., Office 224-9180, Ext.
598, Home 385-3139. tfc-10-7
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 522 Third St. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bedroom,
2 bath, living room, den, kitchen,
dining room and screen porch.
Beach front location. Call 227-3921.
FOR RENT: Two to four bedroom
cottages, furnished. Early occu-
pants privileged to ren.ain through
next Summer season at no increase
in reit. COSTIN'S COTTAGES at
Beacon Hill. Tel. 648-4030 or 227-
FOR RENT: 1 to 4 bedroom fur-
nished cottages and apartments.
Many on year around basis. Mexico
Beach, Beacon Hill and St. Joe
Beach. $50.00 per month and up.
Elizabeth W. Thompson, Assoc.,
Mexico Beach Branch Office Mgr.,
Hwy. 98, 19th St., Ph. 648-4545, E.
Tom Pridgeon, Broker.
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
rag content bond, all sizes. On-
onskin, manuscript covers, carbon
aper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
Everything for the office. The Star,
S The Most Trusted Name
In Color Television
First In compatible color TV
ST. JOE RADIO
and TV CO.
Phone 227-4081 228 Reid
FOR SALE: Army field jackets,
$3.95 to $6.95. Assortment of
sizes. GI can openers, 25c. SUR-
PLUS SALES of ST. JOE.
FOR SALE: Nimrod camper trailer
complete with beds and front
canopy. 301 15th St. or, call 227-
uuig 6 tuneV, w el; uewans, au-~
tomatic transmission. Recent tune-
up. Real clean, $1095. Call 227-
8541 after 5 p.m. tfc-9-9
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
WANTED: Part time work doing
ironing. Call 227-4853.
SAW SHARPENING: Any kind,
hand, band, circle and chain
saws, lawn mower blades, planer
blades and chisles. Complete shar-
pening service. All work guaran-
teed. U. F. Whitfield. Call 648-
3332 or 229-2061. tfc-9-16
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A-
Diet Tablets. Only 98c at CAMP-
BELL DRUGS. pdtl2-2
GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
see Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
KITCHEN CABINETS: Step into
Spring with a new set of factory
built cabinets with one piece for-
mica top. Free estimate. Also fi-
nancing available. 227-3311. tfc
DON'T BE DOWN IN THE DUMPS
for garbage service outside the
city, call Hughey Williams Garbage
Service. Phone 227-7866. tfc-8-25
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, across from the
Post Office. Local and Long Dis.
tance Moving. Free Estimates.
CARPET CLEANING on location
or free pick-up and delivery.
Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 909
Kraft Ave., Panama City or call
PO 3-7824. tfc-4-2T
GUNS REPAIRED, blued and clean.
Sed, stocks made and refinished,
rifles sportized. Reasonable rates;
Work guaranteed. Jack Myers,
Ward Ridge, Phone 229-2272. tfc
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
BILL J. RICH, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 22
Baked beans, spiced ham, turnip
greens, celery sticks, cornbread,
peaches, butter and milk.
Tuesday, November 23
Turkey and dressing, giblet gra-
vy, snap beans, crab apples, spiced
cake, parker house rolls, butter,
AIRMAN RAYMOND I. BARNES
NOW SERVING IN VIET-NAM
Bien Hoa, Viet-Nam Airman
First Class Raymond I. Barnes, son
of Mrs. Lula Barnes of 3803 Beni-
'fit St., New Orleans, is now in
Viet-Nam in the fight against Com-
Airman Barnes is a fuel special-
ist in the Pacific Air Forces which
provides air offensive and defen-
sive units in Southeast Asia, the
Far East and Pacific.
The airman is a graduate of
Walter L. Cohen High School.
His wife, Essie, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Breedlove
of 232-A Ave. G, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mrs. W. D. Sykes attended the
funeral services of her aunt, Mrs.
Homer Watford in Dothan, Ala.,
last week end.
Receipts, expenditures and bal-
ances for all funds of the Board of
County Commissioners, Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida for the fiscal year end-
ing September 30, 1965:
Cash Bal., Oct. 1,
Investment Bal. ___ 9,300.00
Total receipts ______ 503,527.77
Total available __- $651,488.21
Total expenditures_ 514,735.45
Cash balance, Sept.
30, 1965 ________ $136,752.76
George Y. Core, Clerk
Board County Commissioners,
Gulf County, Florida
James G. McDaniel, Chmn.
Midget Investments with
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