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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965
W__NYN Santa Will Visit in
_... S-t. Joe Saturday
m 'l Paracde Starts At 10 A. M.
SHARKS 1965-66 BASKETBALL SQUAD-Pictured above are the dox, Richard Ray and Perry Atkinson, manager. In the back
Port St. Joe Sharks who will represent Port St. Joe High School row, are, left to right: Coach Bobby Brown, Mike Weston, Danny
this year. In the front row, left to right, are: Bobby McKiernan, Wall, Danny Oakes, Andy Trammell, David Lee, Eddie McFarland
manager, Jake Belin, Andrew Lewis, David Macomber, John Mad- and Coach Andy Portera. -Star photo
Shark Cagers Open Season Friday
The Port St. Joe Sharks basket- Probable starters for Friday's
ball team will open a 21 game sche- game will lie between seven
dule torhorrow night.against Altha cagers. Coach Brown said the
in Altha. starting line-up will probably be
The Sharks will play their first chosen from Jake Belin, David
home game Saturday night against Macomber, Andy Trammell, Rich-
'the Rutherford Rams. Varsity ard Ray, David Lee, Johnny
game times will-be at 8:15 for Maddox and Danny Oakes. All of
;home games with the preliminary these young men will probably
-."B" games beginning at 7:00 p.m. \see a lot of action, along with
Basketball coach, Bbby Brown the rest of the squad. -
told The Star'that tbi Sharks \itilJ Schedule Changed
probably make a good record for The Shafks.had to make some
themselves this year, and can pos- schedule changes this year due to
sibly even equal and better last the fact that Perry has dropped
year's record. Port St. Joe from their schedule.
Brown said that the team offense Last year, Malone had dropped
this year is equally as good as last Port St. Joe and Perry was added.
year, but that the defense is not To fill the vacancy left by the
yet as effective. He has high hopes Perry games, the Sharks will play
for the defense to improve. Brown Sopchoppy.
said, "we will have to get more The Sharks will enter three tour-
'aggressive on rebounds and de- naments this year. They will en-
fensive strategy before we can ter a Christmas tournament to be
become a top-notch team". Played in Crestview along with
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Senator George Tapper had barely opened his mouth last
Thursday offering hi' proposal for meeting the needs for school.
financing throughout .the state in what he thought was a fair and
equitable manner, when he was deluged with opposition throughout
the State of Florida.
S Even a newspaper columnist, Hank Drane, who writes for the
Florida Times Union, took George to task.
We have seen nothingfof George's plans other than his statement
released last Thursday, which would hardly serve as the basis for
an opinion against the plan, unless other information was available.
Tapper will probably draw some opposition in his own district
among some of the newspapers, merely because he released his
statement on a Thursday instead of a Tuesday or Wednesday, so
they could carry it before it became a week old.
But then, Tapper has received opposition on occasion before and
'is probably as well-versed in meeting this type harassment as any-
one in the state..
Columnist Russell Kirk had an interesting column Tuesday on
the fading of manners from the scene. Kirk says that it is the lack
of manners that is causing so much unrest and demonstrative
actions among our young people of today. He quotes James Russell
Lowell who wrote, "It is manners which keep the Bowie knife from
our throats." Kirk wrote, "If children grow up under the impres-
sion that manners are merely a matter of personal preference, they
come to assume that morals are merely matters of convenience or
And as proof of what Kirk is saying, the operation of a school
to teach young ladies manners was unique enough to draw several
pages of space in Life P.gazine this week.
John Blount challenged us Tuesday.
He's giving away some useful articles with a $20.00 purchase
this week and next. This week he put three small ads in The Star
informing you'of his intentions and said if we would mention this
fact here he would use a full page next week.
Well, he has his mention, so you be sure to look for his full
page ad next week.
And if anyone else wants to trade a mention for a page adver-
tisement, the phone number is 227-3161. Then give us a minute
to get to your place.
Baker, Crestview, Paxton, Choctaw-
hatchee, Niceville, Catholic of
Pensacola and Laurel Hill. The
Gulf Coast Conference tournament
li b.n h lld in Port S TJoen this
School Closes for Day
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year. The Sharks third tournament
will be the Group tournament at The advent ,of cool weather in
the end of the season and a loca- Port St. Joe for the first time this
tion has not been selected as yet. winter during the past two days,
S(Continued On Page 8) has brought heater problems to the
,----f----- --- "Port ,St.. Joe Elementary School
and the Port St. Joe High School.
Dealth Takes Pioneer School was let out early in the
Ciien. Mrs. Ben Ferrell Eleentary School Tuesday and re
Citizen, Mrs.. Ben Ferrell i ta o,,,o,,
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Ss ce r Mrs Mm when temperatures in some of the
Funeral services for Mrs. Mamie classrooms dropped to the low
classrooms dropped to the low
Ferrell, age 73, of Port St. Joe, who 5s due to a heater m to.
died Sunday morning at her home, 50's due to a heater malfunction.
died Sunday morning at her home,
were held Monday afternoon a Cause of the heating difficulties
1:3 p. m. in the First Baptist was a motor which operates the
Curch of Port' St. Joe, with the forced warm air system. The motor
. C. Byron Pt Smith a, w the Rev burned out and had to be removed
Rev. C. Byron Smith and the Rev. from the system and rewound.
J. C. Odum conducting. Burial was fm te system ad rewou.
I, It was expected that the motor
in Sycamore Cemetery in Greens- It was expected that the motor
SS o would be put back into operation
boro'. I yesterday and school resumed this
Mrs. Ferrell, a native of Gadsden yesterday and school resumed this
County, came to Port St. Joe from morning.
The heating systems in both one
Greensboro in 1918. She was a
member of the First Baptist Church story elementary school buildings
member of the First Baptist Church w ac b h
in Port St. Joe. were affected by the heating sys-
in Port St. Joe. malfunction.
Survivors include two sons, W. t
In the 'Port St. Joe High School
J. Ferrell of Port St. Joe, who is the ort t oe ih cho
Chairman of the Gulf County a pump which circulated hot water
Chairman of t G County for the heating system in one wing
School Board, and W. W. Ferrell of for the heating system in one wing
of the school, failed, but tempera-
Jacksonville; two daughters, -Mrs. tures remained arm enough in
James Wilbanks of Atlanta and tures remained Warm enough in
James Wilbanks of Atlanta and the rooms to continue classes.
Mrs. Robert F. Stansberry of At- he wabeing repaired
lanta; two brothers, V. E. Goodson yesterday.
of Cocoa and J. C. Goodson of Mi-
ami; two sisters, Mrs. W. J. Clark -
of Jacksonville and Mrs. O. L. Jay
of Jacksonville; seven grandchil- Last Rites Are Held
dren and a great-grandchild.
Active pallbearers were Ivy For Mrs. W C. Gay
Cooper, Lewis Ellis, A. P. Martin,
A. V. Bateman, Ed McFarland and Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel
Duffy Lewis. Honorary pallbearers Mae Gay, age 50, of 516 3rd St.,
were Cecil Costin, Sr., E. J. Rich, Port St. Joe, who died Monday
C. P. Ethridge, J. H. Greer, J. D. morning after a long illness, were
Smith, J. A. Garrett, Eldridge held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the
Money, Ben Williams and J. C. Cul- First Baptist Church of Port St.
pepper. Joe with the Rev. Byron Smith and
Prevatt Funeral Home of Port St. the Rev. J. C. Odum conducting.
Joe was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in Holly Hill Cemetery.
J w sMrs. Gay, an insurance .agent in
Port St. Joe for five years, was
Graveside Services for born in DeFuniak Springs. She
moved to Port St. Joe in 1939 and
Jones' Infant Son was a member of the First Baptist
Graveside services were held at
2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at
the Cypress Creek Cemetery for
the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
James E. Jones of St. Joe Beach,
who passed away Tuesday morning.
- Survivors include his brother,
Phillip; paternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Jones, Wewahtich-
ka; maternal grandfather, Joe E.
Poole, Wewahitchka; maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Jewell Poole,
St. Joe Beach; and great-grand-
mother, Mrs. Edna Hughes, St. Joe
Rev. A. B. Newton, pastor of the
Church of God, Wewahitchka, con-
ducted the services.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Survivors include her husband,
Walter C. Gay of Port St. Joe; her
mother, Mrs. Ada Lee Marlow of
Port St. Joe; two:sons, Wayne Gay
and Stephen Gay, both of Port St.
Joe; two daughters, Sarah Lancia
of Terrington, Conn., and Miss
Stephanie Gay of Port St. Joe; a
brother, Charles F. Marlow of
Knoxville, Tenn.;'and three grand.
Active pallbearers were Jimmy
Barfield, Walter' Graham, Grady
Keels, Hozie Owens, Troy Jones
and Rod Metcalf. Honorary pall-
bearers were Bo, Ellzey, John W.
Brown, Bill.Findley, Phillips Lewis
and H. W. Griffin.
Prevatt Funeral Home of Port St.
Joe was in charge of arrangements.
Santa Claus will make his annual visit to
Port St. Joe Saturday, December 4, in a giant
parade which wll begin moving up Reid Avenue
at 10:00 a.m. Parade marshall Ralph Swatts says
that approximately 56 units will participate in the
parade, which has promise of being the biggest
and best ever staged during the Christmas sea-
Paticipants in the parade are being enticed
by cash prizes of $167.50. These prizes will be
divided up between non-commercial floats-in the
parade and decorated bicycles. First float prize
will be $75.00; second prize, $50.00 and third prize
$25.00. In the decorated bicycle division, the first
cash prize will be $10.00; second prize, $5.00 and
third prize, $2.50
The entire event is being sponsored and
paid for by the Port St. Joe Retail Merchant's
Division of the Chamber of Commerce.
Managing the parade is the Port St. Joe Jay-
cees, with Swatts as chairman.
The city will be completely decorated for
the Christmas parade. Work has been underway
for the past two weeks with City crews putt-
ing up the lights and decoration throughout
the business section. Several new decorations
have been added this year and a new decora-
tion scheme employed to make the results more
pleasing to the eye than in the past.
Three big bands will join in the parade this
year. Port St. Joe's "Superior" marching band
will make its appearance along with bands from
Washington High School in Port St. Joe and
Chapman High School band from Apalachicola.
A special attraction for the parade will be
the Saddlin' Seminoles from Wewahitchka, -al-
Gulf County voters go to the
polls on Tuesday, December 7, to
select three school board trustees
and to vote the school millage in
There is a change this year, how-
ever. In the past, one ballot was
printed for both purposes.
A change in the law, or in the
application of the law specifies
that those voting for the school
millage levy for the district (10
mills) must be taxpayers, that is,
must have paid real or personal
property taxes. It is no longer suf-
ficient to be a qualified voter and/
or own property. So if you are not
a taxpayer on the last tax roll, you
cannot vote for or against the
ways a crowd pleaser, wherever they appear.
The Florida National Guard unit,. stationed
at Apalachicola, will "provide the parade color
Of course, the big attraction for all of these
preparations is Santa Claus, himself, who will
follow the parade up Reid Avenue.
Santa Claus will be in town all day Decem-
ber 4, up and down the streets, passing out can-
day and talking to the children. Santa will ap-
pear on Port St. Joe streets each Fiiday and
Saturday from now until Christmas.
The annual parade is the traditional start
of the Christmas buying season in Port St. Joe
and local merchants have their Christmas wares
displayed, their stores decorated and will be going
all out this year to make this a Merry Christmas
school district millage levy.
You can, however, if you are a
qualified voter, vote for your board
of trustees choices.
Since you may be able to vote for
one issue and not the other, two
ballots became necessary.
Five candidates are running this
time for election to the board of
trustees. When you vote, you vote
for only three; or you may write
in your choice, up to three names.
Declared candidates are: Carl
Dean, D. L. (Bobo) Owens and A.
J. Strickland all of Wewahitchka,
Mrs. Jack Prince of Beacon Hill
and Wesley R. Ramsey of Port St.
Joe. Two other incumbents, Mrs.
W. D. Jones and R. D. Lister, are
not seeking re-election.
Remember ,then, if you are a
qualified voter and a taxpayer, you
may vote both ballots. If you are
a qualified voter and not a tax.
payer, you may vote only the board
of trustees ballot.
GARDEN CLUB CHRISTMAS
PARTY SCHEDULED DEC. 9
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will have their annual Christmas
party, Thursday, December 9, at
3:00 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ralph
Nance at St. Joe Beach.
All interested persons are invit-
ed to attend.
C J. Stevens, Sr., Retires After 27 Years With Company
Charles J. Stevens (right) accepted his first
retirement check and paid-up life insurance policy
from Tom S. Coldewey, Vice-President-Operations,
of the St. Joe Paper Company.
Mr. Stevens began his work in the Paper In-
dustry in 1920 and worked for 11 years with E Z
Opener Bag Company of Braithwarte, Louisiana.
He farmed for six years before coming to St. Joe
Paper Company on January 24, 1938. Mr. Stevens
was hired as an Evaporator Operator and had
worked as an Evaporator Operator for the 27 years
he had been employed by St. Joe Paper Company.
His retirement was effective December 1, 1965, the
first of the month following his attaining age 65.
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
1 c M PER
I oc COPY
Vote Set Tuesday for Three School
Trustees and Approval of Mill Levy
Azaleas Well Suited
By Ed Fisher, Asst. Experiment
Gainesville-Azaleas are "prized
plants" when it comes to landscap-
ing and gardening and are famous
for the outstanding show they
''make while in flower.
From.a landscape point of view,
azaleas are well suited for use as
specimen and accent plants and in
patio and border plantings.
The large growing types are use-
ful in middle and background parts
of the border, while lower growing
types are good as edging or fore-
ground plants in border plantings.
R. D. Dickey, horticulturist with
the -Florida Agricultural Experi-
ment Stations, says two groups of
exotic azaleas-Indian and Kureme
-are commonly grown in the state
and vary in color from white
through light and deep pink, sal-
mon, orange, red and lavender.
They may also be variegated.
Dickey says there are a number
of varieties in each group to choose
from and they give a wide range
of color, blooming time and shape.
If you prefer a medium size
flower of the Indian type choose
Duc de Rohan.-It's salmon in color
and has an early bloom. Formosa
will give you a large flower of rose-
purple with an early to midseason
blooming period. It's the most
popular in the state.
If the Kurume varieties are your
choice, Daybreak has single flow-
ers of rose-pink shading to silvery
rose in the throat, while Hinide-
giri is a brilliant scarlet with a
midseason bloom and is heavy flow-
ering. These are but a few of the
Azaleas need an acid soil to do
their best. Dickey points out that
the test observations suggest that,
at least with some varieties, the
type of growth desired for any par-
ticular planting may be in part
controlled by adjusting the soil re-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965
action to the desired pH range.
For example, a pH range from
3.0 to 5.0 results in a slow growth
with healthy green foliage and nat-
From 5.0 to 6.5 gives an elongat-
ed growth, whereas 6.5 to 7.0 causes
danger of lime chlorosis. From
7.0 to 8.5 is also the range of slow
growth and causes chlorotic foliage
and sporadic flowering.
Additional information on these
prized plants can -be obtained in
Circular S-172, "Azalea Culture,"I
by writing to the Bulletin Room,
Florida Agricultural Experiment
Stations, Rolfs Hall, University of
Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965
Boyles CCtches A Mess of Fish
R. ,O!enn Boyles is pictured above with a mess of speckled trout
he caught the other morning, .before coming to work. Although
Boyles has quite a bunch of fish, this is really nbt' too much of a
feat, as he usually doesn't get to work until at least 10:00 and the
specks are biting now.
Miss Sandra Bass, Fred Fran Hann6n Appears
Joines Wed Nov. 25 In College Presentation
Miss Sandra Ann Bass became
the bride of Alfred Edward Joines,
Jr., at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, No-
vember 25, in the home of the
bride's parents. The Rev. J., C.
Odum, pastor of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul D. Bass, and- the
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred E. Joines, Sr., all of
Port St. Joe.
The bride is a 1964 graduate of
the Port St. Joe High School and
a graduate of Jones College at Or-
lando. She is presently employed
with the Florida Development
Commission in Tallahassee.
The bridegroom is a 1962 grad-
uate of the Port St. Joe High School
and presently is a senior at Troy
State College, Troy, Alabama.
Mr. and-Mrs. Henry Mazzaferro,
Sr., of 425 Front Street, Greenport,
N. Y., are happy-to announce-the
marriage of their daughter, Grace,
to Ronald Grady Mathis, son of M'r.
and Mrs.- Grady' Mathis of Port St.
Joe, Florida. The wedding took
place on November 12, in the home
of the groom.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Mathis
are presently residing in Norfolk,
Virginia, where Ronald is stationed
on the U. S. S. Mattabesset.
JUNIOR CLASS TO MEET
TO DISCUSS ACTIVITIES
The Junior Class executive board
and the Junior Sponsors are call-
ing a meeting of the parents of all
the' students who are members of
the Junior Class of St. Joe High
School. It will be held tonight in
the lunchroom of the high school
The main purpose of the meeting
is to discuss activities of the class
during the remainder of the year,
particularly the Junior-Senior Prom
and Banquet next spring-one of
the most important events of the
entire high school year.
The parents of all Juniors are
asked to show their interest in
youth by attending this important
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gerald Mills
announce the birth of a son, Mor-
rfs Trace, November 22, 1965.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas
Danley, Wewahitchka, announce
the birth of a son, John Thomas,
*Noember 23, 1965.
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Post Office Advises Mail Deadlines To
Insure Overseas Reception by Xmas
Christmas gifts and cards for
service men in Viet Nam must be
mailed by December. 1 for guar-
anteed delivery by Christmas
Day, Postmaster Chauncey Cos-
tin announced today.
Mr. Costin joined Postmaster
General Lawrence F. O'Brien in
calling on the public to send all
mail is deposited beyond that date,
Mr. O'Brien promises the Post Of-
fice Department will make every
possible effort to have it available
at the San Francisco military dis-
patch points in time for delivery
on Christmas, but he stresses the
fact that we cannot offer any as-
surance at all beyond December 5."
remaining holiday mail to Viet The recommended December 1
Nam now and he emphasized that deadline applies to all mail for
no firm assurance of delivery in servicemen in Viet Nam. Even if it
time for Christmas can be given is sent as air mail, Postmaster Cos-
for parcels and- greetings dis- tin explained, the critical factor is
patched later than the first day air space from the West Coast to
of December. Viet Nam and it must reach San
The local postmaster said he had Francisco in time. to allow ade-
been advised by the Postmaster quate time to arrange air trans-
General that a response "beyond port across the Pacific.
'all expectations" to the President's For servicemen in other areas
appeal for Christmas packages and overseas, the surface letter and
communications to American fight- parcel deadline has passed, but the
ing m'en in Viet Nam has resulted previously-announced deadline of
in the P st Office Department re- December 1 to 10 for air mail still
ceiving more than 130,000 pounds prevails, Postmaster Costin pointed
of such mail daily and that the to-
tal is increasing by. thousands of
"The Postniaster General has an-
nncetn d'rt that lrDPrhber 1 i the
t ~Stand Tall
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School Lunch Menu your own income, your needs and quality by an item's value to you.
your own values. Don't be persuaded by trick ads,
Port St. Joe Elementary School To live better on your present fancy packaging, or appeals to your
Monday, Dec. 6-Beef and gravy, income, say "no" to impulse buy- ego.
rice, field peas, celery sticks, hot ing. Stop throwing your money
biscuit and syrup, butter, milk. away. Look around your house. How Save money by paying cash.
Tuesday, Dec. 7-Sloppy Joe on many things can you see that you Don't borrow money until you O
buns ,snap beans, lettuce and to- haven't used or could have lived have planned how you can pay it
mato salad, chocolate cake, but- without? Are you guilty of buying back. This enables you to avoid the
ter, milk. "white elephants" which are now extra carrying charge.
Wednesday, Dec. 8-Hot dogs, virtually useless? Keep what you have in good re-
buttered corn, cabbage slaw, peach If you plead guilty, it's time to pair. Do insist on getting an esti-
crisp, butter, milk. :.consider managing your money bet- mate of cost before getting repairs.
Thursday, Dec. 9-Turkey and ter. Also insist on an itemized state-
noodles, turnip greens, carrot Buy the best, rather than the ment of all charges when you pay
sticks, prunes, corn bread, butter, most expensive. Learn to judge your bill.
Friday, Dec. 10-Fish sticks, but-
tered rice, English peas, sliced to-
matoes, fruit jello, white bread,
EXPERT SAYS SAY "NO" TO
IMPULSE BUYING TO SAVE
-Tallahassee-How can you live
better on your present income?
There are two ways to do this
says Miss Vervil Mitchell, home
management and family economics
specialist, Florida Agricultural Ex-
One way is to get more for your-
money. Another is to put. your
money where it counts most, by.
using a spending plani. You'dismiss
all attempts to imitatee other' peo-
ple's spending. Decide on your
own spending allotments, based on
Miss Betty Fran Hainjnoof Port final mnaiinig date fdr 'wliich we
St. Joe, a freshman at Virginia In- can give any assurance of deliv-
termont College in Bristol, Vir- ery," Postmaster Costin said. "If
ginia is a participant in.the chil-
dren's play, "Frosty the Snowman", CARD OF THANKS'
being presented by the college We would like to express to the
speech and drama department dur- people of Port St. Joe our sincere
ing the first week of December. thanks for all the fine work and
The children's plays are an annual unselfish giving of time that was
presentation of the college and put into the recent Cerebral Palsy
played to more than 10,000 chil- Telethon and especially to the Jay-
dren last year. ceettes who were so kind to spon-
Miss Hannon is the daughter of sor the -drive for our town.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannon of We are most proud that the
Port St. Joe. hearts and minds of the people of
-our local area have been opened to
the cause of Cerebral Palsy.
Baptist M Night At Long As parents we are glad that oth-
Avenue Baptist Church ers now have an equal opportunity
to be helped as we have been
The Northwest Coast Baptist As- helped, served and encouraged end-
sociation annual Training Union less times by the people who work
Mobilization Night services will be for Cerebral Palsy.
held in the Long Avenue Baptist It was our privilege to be a part
Church in Port St. Joe next Mon- of the telethon and to be able to
day night at 7:30 p.m. contribute in some small way. We
The services is for all Baptist must say that Stephen had a ball
Churches of Port St. Joe,- Apala- getting to meet a "real" Sheriff
chicola and Wewahitchka and for those who have asked, "No,
The-service features reports from we didn't bring home the "real"
Training Union operations in the Sheriff's badge.
various churches and to set goals DILLON SMITH'S
and programs for the-coming year. and STEPHEN
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Holiday Bonus Starts Dec. 4th:
You Are Cordially Invited
One Day Trunk Showing
Friday, December 3
9:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M.
Harry Schmidt, Fashion Coordinator for Nelly Don, will bi n our
store One Day, Friday, to present the new Spring Fas-iions in
advance. Should you like to order a garment in ylrstyle-,
your color .. your size your price- '
COST I N'S
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rons, house slippers, cakes, candy,
candles, Christmas stockings, white
elephants and various other items.
Proceeds from the sale will be
added to the building fund. This
building is greatly needed and will
be a great asset to the city.
This fund is now nearing the
halfway mark. Your patronage and
help will be greatly appreciated.
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Just Dandy Lotion Swansdown
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FRESH CABBAGE _- lb. 5c
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SEVENTH STREET HIGHLAND VIEW
NEV BOOKS ON PORT ST. JOE lementa PTA Ofers Its Tl ks
LIBRARY SHELVES REVIEWED Elementary PTA Offers ts Than
"Audel" is a name to notice on C
the tYoursa name she noticearn For Help With Hallowe'en Carnival
about-practical electricity, televis-
ion repair, trucks and tractors, The Port St. Joe Elementary Bank, Citizens Federal Say
hom ;modernization, painting and School P. T. A. would like to take Loan Association, St. Joe
decorating, and four volumes of this opportunity to publicly thank pany, Jaycees, Kiwanis, M:
carpentering and building. If in all those who helped make our Hal- Prevatt, Mr. Bob Ellzey,
trouble, let "Audel" bring help. owe'en carnival a success. Without man Dean and the Port
the cooperation and willingness of High School Band, and our
"Not 'a Cloud In the Sky," by all these people, our carnival could ficials and Employees.
Josephine Lawrence. not take place every year. Also the parents, P. T.
"A journeyy to Matecumbe," by
Robed Lewis Taylor.
Fog' just plain relaxation and
amusement here are two recom-
mended novels,, although not at all
Our school profits greatly from
the funds made at the carnival. We
are able to buy much needed equip-
ment and therefore every child
benefits from it.
anKe.;;: The response from the following
In this age when the retirement people this year made our carnival
of older people is receiving much possible: The Florida Power Cor-
consideration Josephine Lawrence portion, Michigan Chemical, Glid-
has written a highly diverting book den, St. Joe Paper Company and
on the subject. Imagine 1975 when Container Division, West Florida
a law. has been passed compelling Gas Company, Florida National
people of 65 years of age to retire -
and live on a reservation for re-
tirees; only. Sounds grim? It would
,be in real life, but Miss Lawrence.
has infected the reading with sa-
tirical hunior aid we laugh instead
"A Journey to Matecumbe" is an
exciting story about a boy's flight
down~ the Mississippi River to Flor-
escapades are funny as well as hair-
raising, and the wicked villains in
pursuit add to the suspense.
Visit in Palatka
Mrs. Jimmie Prevatt and chil-
dren, Candy and Preston, visited
during.tbe Thanksgiving holidays,
in Pailakd Iith Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
DonaWasi id Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
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Spent Holidays Here
Buddy Stafford, who is attending
Gordon Military College, Barnes-
ville, Georgia ,spent the holidays
with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. J.
In Time For
h C e m.S I g
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One True Church
The Bible declares that God has only one church
which is composed of all the redeemed people on
earth. From the Bible description of this church,
there'were to be no divisions: "Let there be no di-
visions among you" (1 Cor. 1:10).
America has almost 300 churches! Despite the
fact that iJesus said, ". there shall be one fold,
and one shepherd." (John 10:16). How can one
determine which one of this plurality of churches
is the right church his church?
Use True Measure
S If a person wishes to find a true "yard," he first
secures an accurate yardstick. The church that is
right is the church that follows the true measure,
But do not all churches follow the Bible? To some
degree, yes, but those who compose the true church
must follow the true measure, the Bible, completely.
God has given us His divine pattern for the
church. For the scriptures say: ". .. For, see, saith
he, that thou make all things according to the pat-
tern ." (Heb. 8:5). Therefore the congregations
of the true church are called "churches of Christ."
Romans 16:16. Their worship must be "in spirit
and in truth." John 4:23-24. Their members must
"... walk in newness of life." (Romans 6:4).
Christ established His church on the day of
Pentecost in Jerusalem. No other church was begun
there! It was established several centuries before
another religious ,group gradually developed to be
Sknoivn as the Catholic church, and about 15 cen-
turies before: the Protestant churches came into
Before sendinfc the apostles forth into the world,
SJesus prayed for them and all believers: "That they
all may-be one." (John 17:21).
The congregations of the churches of Christ all
over the world are urging others to return to the
Bible and be "Christians" only. The church of
Christ stands completely upon God's word, the
Bible, without the doctrines and traditions of men.
bers ,teachers, and others who gave
their time and talents, we say
thanks again to them for a good
job and a good carnival.
To Arrive for Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zipperer
will arrive here Thursday to visit
Mr. Zipperer's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer. Richard has
just completed two years service
in the Army.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965
Brownies Entertain Fathers At
Banquet Recently In Parish House
Garden Club Plans Sale
Of Items for Gifts
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will have a sale of articles suitable
for Christmas gifts, Saturday, De-
cember 11 in.the St. Joe Hardware
Comliany appliance building.
Items for sale will include ap-
With $20.00 Purchase or More
St. Joe Furniture
Holiday Bonus Starts Dec. 4th
Jesus said: "But in vain do they worship me, teach-
ing for doctrines the commandments of men."
The congregations of the churches of Christ, as
long as they follow the Bible, are the same all over
the world. Their goal is to follow God's word com-
pletely in name, unity, practice, membership, wor-
ship, organization, and mission, which makes the
true church. Members of the church of Christ
make no claim of being right except as they follow
Some today teach that a person can be saved out-
side the membership of their church. This alone
proves the uselessness of their church.
The Bible teaches that the true church is the
family of God, the spiritual body of Christ, and the
kingdom of God. No person could expect to be
saved outside of the family of God, the body of
Christ, for Paul declares in I Cor. 12:18: "But now
hath God set the members each one of them in the
body, even as it pleased him."
If a group of isolated people, who were totally
without knowledge of Christianity, were given only
a Bible as their standard and guide, and followed
it, they would without doubt be the church of
Christ. As long as they adhered strictly to the Bible,
there would be no divisions among them and they
would be "Christians" only.. This group of Chris-
tians would compose the New Testament church as
it was founded by our'Lord on the day of Petecost
more than 1900 years ago.
| AVAILABLE -
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mm. color film strips with recorded narration, showing I
time approx. 30' nin. per lesson, both instructive and
entertaining. CaIl-for appointlfieht, a trained repre-
sentative of the church will arrange for private show-
ing at your convenience. Phone 229-3761 or 6_8-4586.
I GRkAN_:-DAVISON, Minister |
'he Right Church
CHURCH OF CHRIST
20th Street and Marvin Avenue
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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The Brownies of Troop 157 en- and Debra, Rene Williamson and
tertained their fathers at a Father- Cindy Wilson. Also present were
Daughter Banquet held on Novem-Mrs Braxton Ward, Troop Leader
ber 22 at the St. James Episcopal
Parish House. and her assistants, Mrs. Robert
Freeman and Mrs. Harry Webber.
The.girls sang some Brownie _
Scout songs, then presented their
fathers with "catch-all" trays they MISS THOMPSON ELECTED TO
had made at their weekly meet- PHI KAPPA PHI HONOR SOCIETY
wings. Miss Michaele Amelia Thompson,
Those attending were Bill Brown
Those attending were Bill Brown daughter of Mrs. J. H. Geddie, 1018
and Terry, Jim Harrison and Mar- Garrison Avenue, has recently been
ian Fay, Danny Maddox and Don- elected to membership in the Hon-
na, Davis Stoutamire and Sheila, or Society of Phi Kappa Phi. This
Braxton Ward and Sandy, Otto Col- is a national organization founded
linsworth and Julia, Robert Free- for the purpose.of giving recogni-
mfor the purposo.of..givinf recogni-
man and Cindy, Bobby Baxley and tion to students of ability who have
Cindy, J. B. O'Brian and Donna, maintained high scholastic stand-
Wayne Gay and Terri, Harvey Too- yards during their graduate study dr
#e and Sandra, Harry Webber. and during their four year gI under-
Terri, Terry Hinote and Terri Lisa, graduate work.
Charlie Parker and Nan, Billy
Varnum and Sandra, Bobby Huck- Miss Thompson is a senior Eng-
eba and Debbie, Al Smith and Mel- lish major at Florida State Univer-
ody, Herman Ard and Jacque, W. sity and is a member of the Eng-
J. Gray and Kathy, Mrs, James lish Honors Program and the Three-
Jones and Nancy, Mamie Dupree Year'Master's Program of the Ford
and Susan, Mrs. Harry Murphy Foundation.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965 TOO LATE
THE STAR TO CLASSIFY
By Russell Kay
Published Evr.y Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida. Parents of young children as well
By The Star Publishing Company as oldsters who enjoy recalling
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher youthful family experiences and
also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Roporter, Proof the values in life their parents
Reader. Bookkeeper and Complaint Department made every effort to impress on
POSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161 them wi enjoy rt t ig delight-
them will enjoy reading a delight-
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 ful article by Philip Wylie in the
December Reader's Digest entitled,
entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, "The Making of a Man."
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
Wylie, a famous author, resident
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE of Miami, recalls how the early
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS. $127.5 training of a stern but loving fath-
er helped shape his future and
TO ADVERTISERS--In cae of error or omissions in advertisements, the publisher provided him with a background
do not hold themselves liable 'or damage further than amount received for such of knowledge and human under-
advertisement. standing that enabled him to reach
standing that enabled him to reach
"SUPER-RIGHT" LIGHT BEEF
The spoken word IR given scant attention; the printed word is thoug4tfull-
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
princes. The spoken word is lost; th printed word remains.
YOU O~IWE. IT. TO YOURSIELF
Once again it is the Christmas shopping season ., and
once again we are making- Qur -annual appeal to you to do
your Christmas shopping with your Port St. Joe merchants.
It should be needless: to explain to anybody the import-
ance of their home town merchants to the betterment of the
community and even to the continued operation of various
activities about the community.
Our merch ants are called on regularly even daily -
-to give moniey-. or merchandise to some worthy cause or
Shopping Port St. Joe stores Wiill convince you that their
prices' are right in keeping with the larger stores in other
cities and the selections are just about as good.
When you feel led to comment, "I couldn't find it in
Port St. Joe," honestly ask* yourself if you tried.
We have never failed to find what we wanted in Port
.St. Joe at a reasonable price and also enjoyed the friendly
concern of our friends and neighbors who honestly desired
to see us pleased and satisfied.
We believe you will receive the same satisfaction when
you shop Port St. Joe this year.
'THE AMISH.PROVE A PO1NT
It was interesting to'note this past week the struggles
of the Pennsylv~ania Amish~people to maintain their own
schools, paid for by themselves, over the~ insistence of the
Government that they were "being deprived" because they
had refused to accept Government money and thus; bow to
it was also interesting to note that the Amish children
had received an education. of superior quality, even in their
We salute their tenacity to their beliefs.
It might pay all of us to take note that even though they
didn't have the "latest word" in school plants and didn't offer
All the frills of the modern school system, they received a
quality education, in spite of being "deprived."
But before we take uI the banner to throw the central
eatingg out of the schools, do away with the playgrounds,
lose down the lunchroom, quit all the athletic programs,
73an clubs in school ande stick strictly to. the three "R's," let
,is take note of the fact that the Amish schools didn't have
7mrollments of 500 or 1,000. They were small schools and
.,here is a vast difference as to needs when the enrollments
well to the large numbers of our modern: schools.
The point we wish to make is the fact that these children
received quality educations in spite of their facilities, simply
because they had good teachers.
We'firmly believe that good teachers are, among other
thingss satisfied teachers. Anrd a sattisfied teacher is one who
is secure financially the same as with any o Ither profession.
In Gulf County this isn't the case.
We have allso. received the argument that "a lot of
teachers are not wor. h what they are getting now." This is
,~rue, but by the same token, a lot of teachers are worth far
-more -than they. are now'ge'tting, and deserve more.
~But how do you get out of giving more where it isn't
The co ltinuing contract under which a teacher can feel
,ecure under hisl or her job, also protects the school district.
Teacher is hired on probation for a period of three years
beforee going on continuing contract. It is the duty of the
school board and the school administrators to see that a
teacher incapable of meeting the standards is not retained.
But 'if you are'not paying an attractive salary, how can
-70U be choosy?
.We feel that the interest of the students of Gulf County
-aai best be served by creating an adequate pay scale. If the
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manhood well prepared to meet its
obligations and problems.
His father's code for bringing up
a boy was demanding. He firmly
believed in old-fashioned virtues as
-imperative to the making of a man.
He demanded that a boy should be
honest and trustworthy, self-reliant
Long before the late Franklin D.
Roosevelt admonished us that "We
had nothing, to fear but fear it-
self" the senior Wylie.-taught this
lesson to his son when the boy was :
only four years old.
It occurred during a severely
thunder stnrm. Young Wylie was
terroried. H-e cringed in fear at
each thunder clap and tried to:
hide from the lightning flashes.
With patience and understand-
ing his father talked to him calm-
ly of the wondrous works of Na-
ture, the cause of storms and man's
ultimate dependence on-them. He,
pointed out their splendor and
took him outdoors to watch the
Little by little his father's calm-
ness and courage removed the panic
and fear his son had at first ex-
perienced and he recalls that he
watched In calm fascination the
forked lightning as it lit up the
dark sky and thrilled at the rolls of
thunder, his fears entirely dissi-
But courage and bravery in a
man were only part of the father's
code. He considered politeness and
courtesy along with considerationn
of others important and young Wy-
lie learned that it was as much a
crime to remain seated when a fe-
male entered the room as to cringe
from the storm.'
While some modern day educa-
tors will tell you that the mind of
a five year old child is incapable
of grasping such subjects as geo-
graphy, history, and other subjects,
the senior Wylie entertained his
young son by re ading such works
as Robinson Crusoe, Ben Hur,
Twenty Thousands Leagues Under
the Sea, Gulliver's Travels, Swiss
Family of Robinson, stopping as
the occasion required to explain
the meaning of the text in lan-
guage the youngster could under-
At the same tender age, young
Wylie was introduced to classical
music, and with the aid of foreign
post cards, the lad became familiar
with the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, the
Leaning.Tower of Pisa, the Vatican,
works o f art, and similar subjects.
The story behind each of these
scenes were carefully and pains-
takingly explained until they were
clearly and fully understood.
Failure of modern day parents
to accept the responsibility of par-
enthood in the upbringing and
training of their offspring is large-
ly responsible for the grief and
unhappiness they are called upon
to experience in later years. Every
parent should read Philip Wylie's,
"The Making of a Man" in the cur-
rent issue of Reader's Digest.
GAME-FISH COMMISSION MEETS
TALLAHASSEE FRIDAY,, DEC. 3
Tallahassee--A regular business
meeting of the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission will be
held at Tallahassee, beginning at
9:00 a. m., Friday, December 3, ac-
cording to W. B. Copeland, Chair-
The meeting site will be in the
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission building located at 620
South Meridian Street, Tallahassee.
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POBTATOES With Cheese -------- 39c
THIN MINTS ---------------- 12 oz. 39c
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Bath Bars Ic Sale
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- Say You Saw It In The Star -
Miss Sara Young, trained librarian ,will be available for reference
questions, library programming, book selection and other library
services weekly at the public library in Port St. Joe.
Miss Sarah Young, Trained Librarian,
Will Serve Local Library On Tuesdays
An extremely important service
has been added to the public li-
brary in Port St. Joe, according to
Mrs. Jane Patton, Director of the
Northwest Regional Library. "We
have only just begun real library
experiences here in Gulf County,"
the librarian said.
As of this Tuesday, Miss Sara
Young will be at the branch li-
brary during the day and evening
hours every week on Tuesday. All
citizens are urged to make the
most of this opportunity of receiv-
ing professional aid in obtaining
the answers to problems or to in-
crease their knowledge for more
successful daily endeavors.
Miss Young received her Bachel-
or's degree from Woman's College
in Milledgeville, Georgia. She later
attended Peabody College Library
School in Nashville, Tennessee,
where she was awarded a second
degree in Library Service. She has
worked as regional library director
in Georgia and -as school librarian
in that state and in Florida.
Miss Young is giving an informal
book talk on Tuesday of this week
at the library. Her interest in the
St. Joe community is keen, and she
is quoted as saying she expects to
meet more and more people from
here in order that the regional li-
brary system can, indeed, bring en-
richment to every individual in the
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STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965
YOUTH CLUBS OF FAITH BIBLE THE
CHURCH ENJOY CAPITAL VISIT
Members of the Joy Club and
their guests, the Youth Leaders for
Christ, spent the day at the Talla-
hassee Junior Museum, Saturday,
November 27. After a picnic lunch, R.
the group turned the Pioneer
Farm and paid a visit to the Count A
try Store, finding such unusual
items as butter churns, buggy
whips, sausage presses and the like.
At the main museum building the
boys and girls made an imaginary
trip to Bankok, Thialand, and ex-
perienced a bit of life in the
Orient. Also in the main group of
displays were swamp scenes, stuff-
ed animals, rock and shell collec-
tions, and an old fashioned school E
Then out to the Nature Trail and
down to the shore of Lake Brad- C
ford went the trail-blazers, coming
out at a small animal zoo. Here
were rabbits, monkeys, a honey
bear, foxes, a white squirrel and
numerous other colorful birds and
animals to view, even a couple of
myna birds that could talk back.
Enjoying the outing were Rick, Bo
Scott and Mark Lamberson, Biff
and Susan Quarles, Karen and Tina
Machen, Kathy and Susanne Spen-
cer, Kenneth and Sharon Bowman,
Lisa Melton, Rosemary Faliska,
Jimmy Godfrey and Carole Lamber-
son. Counselors for the group were Dea
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bowman, Mrs. T
Dick Lamberson, Mrs. Billy Quarles mer
and the pastor, Rev. Bill Graham. our
Farris' Have Holiday Guests ly f
Miss Lois Saddler, Laurel, Miss., SA
and Miss Katrina Farris were the MO
guests of Miss Farris' parents, Mr. you
and Mrs. Gordon Farris, during the tak
Thanksgiving holidays. Misses Sad- rack
dler and Farris are students at the Boy
University of Mississippi, Hatties- sur
burg, Miss. Ir
on the property therein for the
next two (2) years, and to elect
three (3) Trustees for the district
two trustees shall be elected from
ti e any School Board Member Resi-
N I e All qualified electors residing
Bid No. 31 within said district (county wide,
Share entitled to vote for trustees
INVITATION TO BID and all qualified elect-rs residing
within said district (county wide)
Sealed proposals will be received who pay taxes on real or personal
by the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, property are entitled to vote on
by the City Clerk, City Hall, Port school tax district levy. It is deter-
St. Joe, Florida, until 8:00 p. m., mined that ten (10) mills will be
E.S.T., December 7 ,1965, at which necessary to maintain a uniforn-
time and place bids will be opened system of Florida schools within
and publicly read for the construc- said district.
tion of Water and Sewer Facilities, Precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will vote
Project No. 497-01, Port St. Joe, at City Hall, Wewahitchka.
Florida. The poll holders are' Mrs. Leona
parts: O'Neal, Clerk, Mrs. Annie Cook,
The work is divided into two Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mrs. Rose
parts. Campbell, Inspectors.
Part I-includes furnishing all Precincts 5, 6, 7 8 9 10 and 11
materials, labor and equipment and will vote in the Stac House in Port
constructing a 300,000 gallon rein- St. Joe
forced concrete ground storage The poll holders are' Mrs. Pau-
reservoir; furnishing and installing line Brigman, Clerk, Mrs. Harol
one turbine type high service pump Chafin, Mrs. Zola Maddox and
together with piping, electrical, Mrs. T. 0. Richards, Inspectors.
and other appurtenant and related
work, complete and ready for op- W. J. FERRELL, Chmn.
Part II-includes furnishing all R. MARION CRAIG, Supt.
materials, labor and equipment and 5t-11:5
constructing approximately 1,700
linear feet of 10 inch cast iron
pressure sewer together with re- NOTICE
visions to Lift Station piping sys- The Board of Public Instruction,
tem, including appurtenant and re- Gulf County, Florida ,will receive
lated work, complete and ready for sealed bids in the office of the Su-
operation. perintendent in the Court House,
Bidders must bid both parts. Wewahitchka, Florida, until 10:0(
Specifications, plans, and con- o'clock A. M., CST, December 7
tract documents will be open to 1965 on one 1951 GMC Chassis with
public inspection at the office of school bus body attached and one
the City Clerk, Port St. Joe, Flor- 1956 GMC Chassis with school but
ida, or may be obtained from body attached.
Smith and Gillespie Engineers, Inc.,
P. O. Box 1048, Jacksonville 1, These can be seen at McGlonF
Florida, upon payment of $15.00 Garage, Wewahitchka, Florida.
which constitutes the approximate Any further information may be
cost of reproduction and handling obtained in the office of the Su-
and will not be refunded. perintendent.
Only complete sets of plans and The Board reserves the right tc
specifications will be distributed, reject any or all proposals.
Bids must be accompanied by a R. MARION CRAIG,
cashier's or certified check on any County Superintendent.
National Bank or bid bond made 2t-11:25; 12:2
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. / )
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Special Tax School District No. 1
Gulf County, Florida
Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the
Florida School Laws, notice is here-
by given that the next Regular Bi-
ennial Election in Special Tax Dis-
trict No. 1 (county wide) is called
for Tuesday, the 7th day of Decem-
ber, A. D. 1965, for the said dis-
trict to determine the rate of mill-
age to be assessed and collected
SGLENN BOYLES Editor
associate Editors YOU-ALL
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHCI1NK BALL 7-a481
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
'Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
RLMA M. BOYLES Manager
LADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
FONA WILLIAMS ------ Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
OIRA SUE MEDLIN Sales and Office
ARBARA BOYLES Office
IOBERT (Bubber) WILLIAMS, Jr.__Men's and Boys Wear, 2nd Fl.
OBERT "Bubber" WILLIAMS, JR., MARY REEVES, DORENE
SPEARS, ESTHER TAYLOR, FAYE BURKETT and ROBERT
HOLCOMB =- Extras
Slyes Welcomes December, The Best
Month Of The Year .
(OLD SANTA ARRIVING SATURDAY WITH GIANT
PARADE IN .PORT ST. JOE)
r Friends: anceship with our Creator. It is a
his paragraph is strictly com- special time to obtain a new vision
ccial: We call your attention to of ourselves, our loved ones and
Very Special advertisement in all mankind." (Paragraph in a let-
issue of The Star. We sincere- ter from a friend).
feel it will be worth your time The following paragraph a com-
scan this page carefully. It'll mercial for another merchant...
VE YOU TIME, ENERGY and
NEY. Better still, before you do Off the cuff suggestion: Do you
r christmas Shopping, won't you happen to have an itchy back???
e a careful look on every table, Well, try one of those new type,
k and shelf on both floors at two sided back brushes with your
les. You'll be pleasantly shower. Wife surprised me with
prised! one you just don't know what
n the mail: "The Christmas Sea- you've missed!! Sorry, we don't sell
affords a new beginning for them but we'll sell you something
ry heart; it seeks to open a way to cover the back as well as
vision and a deeper awareness th6 front!
our innate spiritual perfection. Best wishes for Happy Christmas
s a time for renewed acquaint- Shopping. .. S'long. R. G. B.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965
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As you kno
after most othe
This makes it
pick up many
Think how often
discover you nee
to mention pre
This is the. i
our extra houi
service we prc
doesn't keep b,
kers' hours either.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom.house, un-
-furnished. Enquire at 529 10th
Street after 3 p.m. $35.00 per mo.
FOR'RENT: Redecorated furnished
apartment, $55.00 per mo., unfur-
nished, $45.00. Near school. Call
JeanOArnold, 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.
(Continued From Page 1)
December 3, Altha -------- There
December 4, Rutherford -- Home
December 7, Apalachicola Home
December 10, Quincy ----- Home
December 11, Chipley ----- Home
December 17, Blountstown There
December 30 and 31 and
January 1, Christmas Tourna-
January 7, Chipley -------There
January 8, Marianna ------ There
January 11, Apalachicola Home
January 14, Quincy ------- There
January 15, Rutherford ---- There
January 18, Blountstown -- Home
January 21, Sopchoppy --- Home
January 22, Rickards ___ There
January 28, Altha ------- Hme
February 1, Wewahitchka -There
February 4, Apalachicola There
February 7, Bay High ___-- Home
.GIVE A STANLEY PARTY soon
\, and get wonderful free gifts. For
ali your Stanley Home Products
needs contact Jean Stebel, phone
FOR ALE: 1960 Chevrolet Bel
Air Sdan. $395.00 or $59 equity
and assume nine payments! of
$45.83. 1406 Long Ave. i 2tp-1l-25
FOR SALE: 1962 Coevair Moriza.
Radio, heater, factory air condi-
tioning, 2 tone, wh'te sidewalls, au-
tomatic transmission. Recent tune-
up. Real clean, $1095: Call 227-
8541 after 5 p.m. tfc-9-9
SEPTIC TANKS pimped out. Call
Buforrd r:riff;n phone 229-309
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
..... -- Gu- '--AOr ale or_
dart raae. Ammo. Pnone tJ64-4045 or
FOR RENT: Clean 2 bedroom apt., see Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
S :at 619 Woodward Ave. $45.00
pet pionth. Call Gene Halley, Tal- KITCHEN CABINETS: Step into
FOR SALE: Two bedroom partially latiassee, Fla., Office 224-9180, Ext. Spring with a new set of factory
finished cottage on one acre 598 ~Home 385-3139. tfc-10-7 built cabinets with one piece for
lot at Howard Creek. Call 648-3100. mica top. Free estimate. Also fi.
3tp-11-25 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- nancing available. 227-3311. tHe
Sed house at 522 Third St. Phone
FOR SALE: Lots in Beacon Hill 227-8642. 10-28,tfc DON'T BE DOWN IN THE DUMPS
for garbage service outside the
subdivision, excellent for trailer FOR RENT: 1 to 4 bedroom fur- city, call Hughey Williams Garbage
use. $295.00 each. Four available. nished cottages and apartments. Service. Phone 227-7866. tfc-8-25
Easy terms by owner. Call Ralph Many on year around basis. Mexico
Nance, 648-4370. Beach, Beacon Hill and St. Joe MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
S Beach. $50.00 per month and up. man is as near as your telephone.
FOR SALE: 1303 Marvin Ave.-,2 Elizabeth W. Thompson, Assoc:, Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
bedroom house, kitchen, l-ving Mexico Beach Biallch Office Mgr.; ANCE AGENCY, across from 'he
room, dining room and den, utility !I-tiv. 98, 19th St, Ph. 648-4545, E. Post Office. Local and Long Dis.
room (total 1250 sq. ft) Carpet liv- Tom Pridgeon, Broker. tanee Moving. Free Estimates.
ing and dining rooms, drapes, hea-
ter, cook stove elec., TV antenna OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper, CARPET CLEANING on location
on 35 pole with rotor, elec. pump. rag content bond, all sizes. On- or free pick-up and delivery.
See Bob Ellzey, Phone 227-4611. onskin, manuscript covers, carbon Guaraliteed service. J. Gavin, 909
aper, clips, fasteners, file folders. Kraft Ave., Panama City or call
FOR SALE: Nice, 3 bedroom ma- Everything for the office. The Star, PO 3-7824. tfc-4-27
sonry home, 1% baths. Call 229- 127-3161.
4891. tfe-11-ll GUNS R.EPAIRED, blued and :lean
4891. tfc-li-1 *ed, stocks made and refinished
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame home R A rifles sportized. Reasonable rates.
in excellent condition. Wall to D Work guaranteed. Jack Myers,
in excellent condition. Wall to RCAC OWard Ridge, Phone 229-2272. tfc
wall a-rnptinf air onnlditinnerl wind -n-
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 SALE: 2 bedroom house and
small store on 2 lots. Alsor'56
Ford wagon, '48 Chevrolet 4-door
and '52 GMC %-ton truck. See at
556 Park Ave. ,Highland View or
call 227-4034, Vic Burke. 3tp
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on
large lot on Hiway 71 Frontage.
Tn White City. $3500. Cash or terms
Edison Booth, Rt. 1, Ashford, Ala.,
Phone 2958. 2tp
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 bath con-
crete block house on 3 lots at St.
Toe Beach. Can be seen by calling
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished
mobile home. $25.00 month. Un-
furnished 3 bedroom house at
Highland View, $27.50 month. Call
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. Mar-
vin Avenue. Contact Fennon Tal-
ley, 229-1361. tfc-12-2
FOR RENT: One, two and three
bedroom houses, furnished, on
beach. Also 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at Oak Grove. Call Chris
Martin at 227-4051. tfc-9-2
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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-
FOR SALE: New Philco washing
machine to be sold at wholesale
cost. St. Joe Radio & TV Co., 228
Reid Ave., Phone 227-4081. tf-11-11
HELP WANTED: Ambitious per-
son full or spare time. Supply
Rawleigh famous products in Gulf
County or Port St. Joe. Can earn
$125 per week. Write Rawleigh
FA-K 100 1124, Memphis, Tenn.
With $20.00 Purchase or More
St. Joe Furniture
Holiday Bonus Starts Dec. 4th
I _______ s
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.
H. L. BUIRGE, Secretary
BILL J. RICH, W. M.
----9~1Parr = Ul~-~al
February 11-12, Conference Tour-
February 15, Wewahitchka Home
February. 18, Sopchoppy __ There
February 22, Bay High ____ There
February 25-26, Group Tournament
Spends Holidays With Parents
David Nance of Tallahassee,
spent Thanksgiving Day with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nance,
at St. Joe Beach.
It's Now Official,
Port St. Joe High School was of-
ficially dropped from the rolls of
the Southern Accreditation Asso-
ciation Tuesday, when the Associa-
tion acted upon the recommenda-
tions of the Florida Committee at
Southern's annual meeting in
Richmond, Virginia. being inadequate lunchroom, li-
Port St. Joe High Principal brary and shower facilities and
Wayne Saunders had been notified some teachers teaching out of field.
November 8 by letter that the Flor-
ida Committee was recommending Newcomers
loss of accreditation for the school.
This loss of accreditation did not Newcomers to the City of Port
affect the local school's state ac- St. Joe include:
creditation status. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rodri-
The Florida Committee, with Dr. guez, 507 10th Street.
Vincent McGuire as chairman list- Mr. and Mrs. Devone Harrell,-
ed Port St. Joe's deficiencies as 207B Hayes Ave., Highland View.
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Jim Cooper Motor Co, Inc.
Is Telling the Nws of the
Opening Of Our Cmpletely New
USED CAR LOCATION
303 MONUMENT AVE.
T. D. Hutchins
Is Now Our
USED CAR MANAGER
JUST IN TIME FOR
Get A FREE, NEW
With the purchase of any OK
Used Car Friday or Saturday
ONLY QUALITY OK USED CARS
Will Be Displayed At Our New Lo-
cation. Thoroughly Inspected and
Jim Cooper Motor Company, Inc.
303 Monument Ave.
USED CAR LOCATION
RALPH SWATTS, Sales Manager
MELTON TAYLOR, Salesman
A Sharp Pencil Is Al-
ways Handy to Give
You the Best OK Used
Car Deal In Town!
T. D. HUTCHINS, Used Car Manager
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10:00 A. M.
Free Candy For The Kids
SPONSORED BY THE
PORT ST. JOE RETAIL MERCHANTS
Parade Promoted by Port St. Joe Jaycees
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument, and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D. Minister
Church School 9:45 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
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 God With Us"
227-3511, Port St. Joe
12 Hours Appr
ALL ALABAMA, FLORIDA, GEORGI
9 A.M. To 9
USE OUR CONVENIENT IAW
Tapper Proposes Sales Tax
Increase for School Finances
Tallahassee-A 4 percent across- ing the one cent to counties which continuation of this trend could
the-board sales and use tax to fi- are trade centers for rural areas, push taxation to such a peak there
nance public schools in Florida, re- Tapper said he would propose no longer would be an incentive
moving ad valorem taxation as the that the constitutional maximum of for people to improve their prop-
county base of support for educa- 20 mills in ad valorem tax for erty.
tion, was proposed last week by school purposes b6 reduced dras- When that happens, he charged,
Sen. George Tapper of Port St. Joe. tically ,to assure relief for the development of Florida will screech
Tapper said the proposal would property owners. to a stop and new havens for em-
Tappere said the proposal would He also declared that diverting ployment will fail to materialize.
be presented soon to the Commis- the sales tax money from the gen-
sion for Tax Reform, of which he is the sales tax money from the gen-
a member, and to the Legislature's eral revenue fund to a special
interim Committee on Public School school trust fund account would th
Financing. He said he also plannedot hurt the state treasury. e said
Financing. dsaidihienalso planned the limited 3 percent levy in the
to tour Florida, visiting as many1964-65 fiscal year produced $260
communities as possible to outline million for the general revenue
the program through civic groups fund from which the MFP received
and other organizations. $256 million, including funds for
A 4 percent sales tax would pro- the junior colleges. The proposed
duce an estimated $627 million in one-half cent for junior colleges By Rev. William Graham
fiscal 1967-68, Tapper reported, would put $78 million and up into Was this universe created by an
Under his plan, the revenue from the general fund each year. act of God or is it a product of
2.5 cents would go to the Minimum Tapper told a news conference evolution? Which should one be-
Foundation Program for distribu- he did not believe the proposal was lieve? To help settle the question
tion to the counties under a revised a plan for political suicide, that he let us examine some facts about
formula which would have the state feels the people now are ready for each.
bearing 90 percent of the cost of this type of tax. First the Bible. "In the beginning
maintenance, operations and in- He said he was making the pro- God created the heaven and earth."
structional materials. posal because Florida's education Genesis 1:1. This includes the stars,
This would be approximately is mired in a crisis which is a moon, sun ,earth and all other
$392 million in 1967-68. tailor made example of neglect and planets. The word used here is
One-half cent would go into the inconsistencies ,a crisis of which "bara"; that is, to bring something
state general revenue fund for the the youngsters are the victims, into existence out of nothing, thus
junior colleges. r He declared that now is the time we have the Word of God on the
One cent would be returned to fo rthe Legislature to respond to matter of material objects. Next
the counties where it is collected the constitutional directive that it we look again into the Bible and
to be used for the matching 10 per provide for the liberal maintenance read as follows: "And Go created
cent under the Minimum Founda- of the public schools, great whales, and every living
tion Program and for special pro- First of all, he said, teachers' creature that moveth, which the
grams not included in MFP. This salaries must be raised sufficiently waters brought forth abundantly
would give Duval County an esti- to entice young students into the AFTER THEIR KIND, and every
mated $15,157,000 in the first year. profession. He proposes a minimum winged fowl AFTER HIS KIND:
Dade would get $37 million, starting salary of $5,000 from state and God saw that it was good. And
Several constitutional changes funds. God made the beast of earth AF.
would be required. He also asserted Florida no long- TER HIS KIND, and cattle AFTER
Tapper would have automobile er can deny students adequate THEIR KIND, and everything thai
license tax revenue now earmarked school buildings, up to date books creepeth upon the earth AFTER
for school construction placed in a and necessary instructional aids. HIS KIND: and God saw that it
general fund to be used throughout "Florida must achieve excellence was good. So God created man ir
the state as needed for building, in public education," he said. "We his own image, in the image o:
Each county now gets $400 per don't have it now, but we can if God created he him; male and fe
teaching unit. the state sets aside sufficient funds male created he them." Genesi!
In counties where proceeds of for the financing of the schools, 1:21,24,27. Here we have the state
the one cent tax would not be suf- and provides that these revenue meant that God created all'livinI
ficient to pay the 10 percent share sources are of such a nature that creatures and AFTER THEIR
of operating costs, race-track money they increase from year to year as KIND; this answers the question o:
would be earmarked for the pur- the growth of the state and the special ,also God created man, Mah
pose. The senator said this would needs of the schools increase." and Female. As they were then s<
level off the unfairness of return- He said it is generally recog- they are still, created by Go das t<
nized that the ad varolem tax struc- their species, male and female a:
ture no longer can shoulder the to their sex. This record, in th,
burden of financing the schools and Bible, has never been revised o:
S& 10 altered and although rejected, neve
5 n o f proven wrong.
S Social Security Over against this is the theor:
ocal e y of evolution, which has been re
'Pays Widows vised and changed on more thar
ciation Now At Age 60
Beginning with September 1965,
the widow of a man who worked red
under Social Security can receive
Social Security benefits if she is imp
| at least age 60. "This change was
one of the many changes included and
in the 1965 Amendments to the So-
cial Security Act," said John V. and
A STORES Carey, District Manager of the
Panama City Social Security of. Jusi
Under the old law widow's bene-
fits could not be paid until age 62. "
The change now allows widows to
receive monthly payments before
age 62 at a reduced rate. This re-
duction ,although very small, is to
take account of the longer period
during which the individual will be
P M paid. On the average ,a widow who
accepts benefits before age 62 will
collect about the same value in to-
Otal benefits over the years, but in
The amount of the monthly pay- ..
ment is based upon what the hus-
band would have received as a re- t-
tirement benefit starting at age 65.
If a widow decides to wait until she
is 62, her monthly payment will be *'" .
82.5 percent of what her husband
would have received each month.
According to Carey, the reduction
for taking benefits at the earlier
O age is only five-ninths of one per- Our new Executive Hardtop Coupe.
cent for each month that the widow
is under age 62 when she starts
receiving benefits. Just once we'd like to have
"The new law may make it pos- the inside of our cars be
sible for a widow 60 or 61 years old the inside of our cars be
and getting Social Security disabil- outside. Why, this year
ity insurance payments based on able brand-new wraparo
her own earnings to become eligible bench seats. More rich, ge
for payments based on her hus- And nicer instrument dust
band's earnings," Carey advised. If We even had our engine
she is eligible for both benefits,
she will receive an amount equal Everything's n
to the larger of the two. Everyilng'S n
The decision whether to take re- COME TO TIGE
O U N Tduced benefits at age 60 or wait
until later must be made by the
-AWAY individual. However, the Social Se-
curity office will be glad to discuss
each situation and provide more e de- JI
tailed information. The Social Se-
curity office for this area is lo- 401 WILLIAMS AVENUE
'S cated at 1135 Harrison Ave., Pan-
ama City (telephone 763-5331).
go to all the trouble of
signing our interiors,
Roving our handling,
I refining our Wide-Track ride,
I some people buy us
t for our looks.
people fall in love with
ifore they flip for the
one we've made avail-
und buckets. Profile
nuine walnut paneling.
ers you've never seen.
eers take our test cars
apart piece by piece to come up with improve.
ments that, incredibly enough, make our Pontiacs
smoother, quieter, more enjoyable to drive.
Really, though-we don't care which feature
gets you inside a new Pontiac, as long as it gets
you there. And it will. At least judging by the
number of Pontiacs you see on the road.
ew in tiger country. Wide-Track Pontiac/'66
R COUNTRY, YOUR PONTIAC DEALER-A GOOD PLACE TO BUY USED CARS, TOO.
IPER MOTOR CO., Inc.
PHONE 227-24 j
one occasion. And to my knowledge
this theory has not one concrete PULL D APPLIANCEI I
proven fact to verify evolution. ULL e LIAlL
Evolution still has not answered
the question of 1. Where did theI
first embryo or cell come from? 0 -
2. Where are the creatures in the
midst of evolving from one species c i1
to another? 3. What caused evolu-
tion to stop with man? We must
conclude that the theory of evolu- *-
tion is just that, and no more A
THEORY, unproven and unreliable.
Your comments and questions are
welcome. Address your relpy to AIr, TO OM
"Thus Saith the Lord," care of The Yu IRO HW VtE tVROM w
Star, Port St. Joe, Fla. Names will Ir. ANt PZ pf/rA V4EP 4 w* ro
not be used unless written permis- L/
sion companies the letter. .IN...... .o.N INm
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
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
your other health
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
DANA TOILETRIES FOR MEN AND WOMEN
ENGLISH LEATHER TOILETRIES FOR MEN
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
The Only Home Owned and Operated Super Market In Port St. Joe
If it Is values you want, be sure to stop in at your
friendly iGA store. Every department is featuring
food favorites that will make family eating a "real
pleasure" ... and at less cost, too.
So, this week and every week, shop IGA you'll
be glad you did.
for the lady who pushes thecarht
- 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.
You Do Not Have to be Present To Win
The First Tape Drawn Will Receive Free
Cash for Amount of Purchase
The next four tickets drawn will receive 1 peck
of Mixed Fruit from Rich's
HANDY PAK CRINKLE CUT
2 lb. pkg. 29c
FROZEN SEA PAK
S14 oz. 59c
MORTON TV 11 OZ.
DINNERS 2-- pkgs.
McKenzie Collard, Turnip, Mustard
GREENS ---- 18 oz.
TABLERITE USDA CHOICE
ORANGE JUICE --_- qt. 29
KRAFT SLICED u c
CHEESE ------ 12 oz. 39
FACTORY PACKED CANE
5 Lb. Bag
(WITH $5.00 ORDER)
SHOP OUR SUPPLY OF FRUIT CAKE
MATERIAL THE BEST IN TOWN!
TABLERITE FRESHLY GROUND
, MAXWELL HOUSE WITH $5.00 ORDER
Ib. can 59c
IGA TABLERITE WITH $5.00 ORDER
IGA FANCY SOLID PACK
BEEF STEAK --
CHUCK ROAST- -_-----
BONELESS ROLLED 'N TIED
CHUCK ROAST --.---
Tablerite Choice and Proten SIRLOINS
Sand Semi-Boneless KEY CLUB
lb. 58 Steak lb. 88c
JUICY 'N TENDER EXTRA LEAN
GROUND CHUCK _--- Ib.
TENDER FRESH (FIRST CUT)
PORK SPARE RIBS -
FIRST CUT SLAB BACON and
SALT PORK -_ ----
Our Finest Kansas City Western Pork
LOIN ROAST and
Sliced Quarter LOIN /79
3 POUNDS .--...
BIG TRUCKLOAD OF FLORIDA'S FINEST FRUIT
TEMPLE ORANGES, TANGELOS 3
TANGERINES, GRAPEFRUIT, Bags I
ORANGES, APPLES *
BEST IN FLORIDA SWEET FRESH GREEN BOILING
Tangelos doz. 39c Peanuts
FRESH FLORIDA RED CRISP
Kumquats bag 23c APPLES
WHITE or PINK
4 for 29c
THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY, DECEMBER 1, 8:00 A.M. to 12:30
CUBED STEAK lb. 79c
ALL MEAT STEW lb. 55c
GROUND CHUCK --- 3 Ibs. $1.39
FRYER PARTS SPECIAL
FRYER LEGS & BREAST .2
SPLIT FRYERS ----(- lb.
WHOLE FRYERS (cut up)
Copeland and Fsosty Morn All Meat
WEINERS __ 3 pkgs. 99c
RADISHES--- bag 5c
BISCUITS ---- can 5c
NEW CROP PECANS
BUY 3 LBS., GET 1 LB. FREE!
Irish With $7.00 Order
POTATOES _- 10 Ibs. 19c
With $7.00 Order
ICE MILK /2gal. 19c
IGA Tall Cans
MILK _-- ---_can 1Oc
No. 303 Can
TOMATOES --- can 10c
IGA WHITE, YELLOW, DEVILS FOOD
KING SIZE PACKAGE
TIDE pk. 99c
Del Monte Pineapple-Grapefruit-46 Oz. Cans IGA BOOK Pkgs. of 50
JUICE 3 cans 89c Matches 2 pks. 29c
.M. SAVE AT RICH'S!
Fab With $7.00 Order
DETERGENT --- 59c
CABBAGE --- -lb. 5c
ORANGES ---- ea. 2c
LEMONS --- ea. 2c
CAMPBELL TOMATO Tall Cans
SOUP 3 cans 33c
GERBER STRAINED BABY
FOOD 10 jars 97c
DECEMBER 1, 2,
3 and 4
The Only Home Owned and Operated Super Market In Port St.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965 tions must be done in cold weather.
when the litter is not too dry and
By burning before planting, much preferably at night. This is very
Our i d from the good fire insurance, but you must
vegetation is removed fr the remember that all conditions must
area that would interfere with the be perfect or you will lose your
.GrO ing, growth of the seedlings. Burning nation before you wi lose yourance
also cleans off the soil so that ntyour insurance
Forest planting is easier and reduces the goes into effect.
chances of fire later in the youn Wheyou get read r
by plantation.Anotherood reason to burn, keep in mind that Florida
by plantation. Another ood reason to law requires you to notify all neigh-
Carl F. Muller urn is to prepare e ground un-tha boring landowners at least one and
Bay, Gulf 3 ar a stand o longleaf pine so th not more than ten days in advance
Farm Forester the seed will reach the groinr no bforeyou burn. Be sur th aayou
-.. when they fall; thus enhancing the b e you burn. Be sure that you
FirIu chances of germinationhave enough men and equipment
Fire can be very devastating but chances whermination.ere are to keep the fire under control and
when used correctly it can also be I areas where there s r on your own land. You will be held
quite useful. For many years, for- a stand of longleaf, control burn-financially responsible for any dam-
esters recommended that no fire ing is very valuable in checking age done to any surrounding wood-
be allowed in the woods, but thisBrownspot Disease. The fire will lands, should the fire get out of
n 1 rn of the needles infected with 1 S r
Fa'i H1 hunting Season Opens With
Big Bang, According To Reports
Panama City Northwest Flor- (Leon and Wakulla Counties)-10
ida's fall hunting season got off deer and 4 turkeys, hunting pres-
with a bang-lots of them-and
the estimated harvest figures from
the ten wildlife management areas
in the Third District indicate a suc-
Ronald Wise, Third District Com-
missioner, Game and Fresh Water
Vich Cnmmccinn rI,-l dArI th,1 f _l
sure average; (No small game esti-
mate made.); Telogia Creek man-
agement area (Gadsden and Liberty
Counties)-8 turkeys, 50 squirrels,
18 quail and 4 wild hogs (from
Gadsden County portion), hunting
in uOlllMllSSIuun, eiesaactu Llt lu- Point Washington management
lowing official hunt kill estimatesar (Bay and Wan
for the opening week-end, Novem- area (Bayand walton Countes)-
ber 20 and 21: 12 deer, 300 squirrels, 75 quail, 50
doves and 150 wild hogs, hunting
has proven to be an error by re-I'" -----v nanu. Ine nunurua ikuat i vic St. aegis Wildlife Mvanagement pressure average to low.
search and practice. Here are a few IBrownspot without harming the will plow your lines for you at the Area (Escambia County)-25 squir- ,
tips on whyyoushould control tree. This prevents the disease rate of nine dollars per hour if rels and 160 quail, hunting pressure Thi week s report from the Au-
burn, what to burn, when and how from spreading as easily the next you have any burning to do or if about average; Blackwater manage- clla management area (Wakulla,
to burn year. Before attempting to burn for you have an ar that needs lines ment area (Santa Rosa and Oka- person an aylor ounces)
to Bay and Gulf counties the Brownspot control, see me or some for protection. oosa ounes)-12 deer, turkeys from November 15-21 lists 40 deer,
.rinBary rasndGulfocountrolsburn-other forester to be sure that yourop.........d r s, 115 turkeys and 3,888 squirrels with
primary reason for control burn other forester to be that your Please, remember that fire can 100 squirrels and 456 quail, hunting 5 turkeys and 3,888 squirrels with
ing is d for t seedlings are large enough and be very useful, but it must be pressure average. hunting pressure called average.
Sthat th e correct type of burn is d cautiously. Fire can This entire area opened November
used. damge and in fact, totly destroy Eglin Field (Okaloosa, Santa 13 with the Second District.
Expectant Mothers lash pine plantations can be de- valuable property and even lives, osa an alton ounces) 350 Hunting pressure in these re-
We Now Carry A stroyd. very easily by fire if it is if used incorrectly or taken lightly. deer and 200 wild hogs, hunting ports refers to the number of hunt-
Complete Line of used hen the trees are too small So, befo burning, act me pressure high. (No estimate made pers refa. No hard figures
Complete Line of s n done at the right on small game taken at Eglin.); ers using an area. No hard figures
Sor if it is not done at the rightyour local County Ranger. n are available on hunter use since
Mate ity Wear time. The trees must be at least ___ __.Gaskin management area (Bay and manatory check-in is not usually
12 feet tall and the ground litterCLASSIFIED ADS Gulf Counties)-11 deer, 9 turkeys, required at management areas.
must not be very thick or the fire 64 squirrels, 55 quail and 44 doves,
CARPS will get too hot and kill the trees. Midget Investments with hunting pressure low. I St. Regis management area is
Also, burning under these condi- Giant Returnsl Apalachee management area open only to squirrels and quail.
(Jackson County)-one turkey, 13Turkeys are not legal game in the
squirrels, 297 quail and 26 doves,Point Washington area. Hogs are
s'hunting pressure high Liberty listed as game animals and open to
hu management area (Liberty County)hunting in the Gadsden County por-
Ne W e t n he-14 deer, 3 turkeys and 285 quail, tion of the Telogia Creek area but
hunting pressure high. not on the Liberty County side. -
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SINGS..."It Came Upon A Midnight Clear"
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Amison's Seafood continues to
Lead the league, despite a split of
Merchants League two wins and two losses to Dixie
Standings tightened Monday Seafood. Lois Smith led Amison's
with high game, 189, and high se-
night as the two top teams were rides, 507. Verna Burch added a
toppled moving Vitro I from third r 5 V B added a
toppled moving Vitro I from third good 171 game and 479 series and
to first place. Ann Whittle a 182 game and 446
Lanes 1 and 2 saw St. Joe Laneseries. We can see why these girls
and Vitro II divide as, each teamare tops. Donna Ward led Dixie
won two. Wayne Smith is still hold- Seafood with her 438 total. Aliene
ing up St. Joe Lanes with his 543. Abrams gave Dixie Seafood a 171
Vitro H had Dick Morlock in high- game and 416 series.
lights with 396.
On lanes 3 and 4, St. Jos. Tel. & The Jitney Jungle also won two
Tel. took three from first place and lost two to Tapper's Senators.
Cooper's Chevrolet. Virgil Daniels Evelyn Smith was high for Jitney
had a 549 for Telephone and Joe Jungle, having a high 196 game and
Richards had a 596 for Cooper's. ending with 515. Gloria Morgan
Lanes 5 and 6 saw Vitro I go downed the 6-7-10 split Mary Alice
wild as they slaughtered 13-Mile Lyons was high for the Senators
and took over first place in three with a 446 series.
categories: high team score, high' 13-Mile Oyster Co. won 4-0 over
team series, and first place in the the Whitfield Strikers. Martha
standings. Danny Maddox had a Ward's 171 game and 416 series led
good night for Vitro I with his 579. 13-Mile. Ruby Lucas led the Strik
Joe Davis was high for 13-Mile with ers with 421 and Jery Freeman
587. made the 3-10 split. There was not
On lanes 7 and 8, Glidden took much excitement, but loads of fun
four from Costin's. Costin's spot- on alleys one and two this week.
lighted Bill Barlow with 505. Eddy
Palagyi is back for Glidden with Pate's Shell Service took three
his 542. and lost one to Beaman's Plumbing.
Nice going to the following men: Debbie Tankersley led Pate's with
Wayne Smith 216, Rufus Richard- a 153 game and 379 series. Loyce
son 212, Joe Richards 226, Joe.Beaman's 362 was high for Bea-
Davis 220, Everett McFarland 205 man's.
and Danny Maddox 212. Standings: W. L.
Standings: W. L. Amison's Seafood _-- 37 11
Vitro I 20 19 Jitney Jungle _____- 29 19
Cooper Chev. 28 16 Dixie Seafood _----- 25 23
Glidden 27 21 13-Mile Oyster Co. ___ 23% 242
Costin 26 22 Whitfield Strikers-- 23 25
St. Jos. Tel. & Tel. _- 22 26 Tapper's Senators -- 22 26
13-Mile Oyster Co. ------ 30 24 Beaman's Plumbing ___- 19 z 281
Vitro II 15 33 Pate's Shell Service -- 13 35
I -I I-I I-I
HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965 citrus trees by keeping down win- I short of their $1,800 goal. Top
ter weeds. The weed eradication salesman during the two-week
program also keeps the noxious drive was Bill Hutchins. Sharon
S* ests from using the fertilizer you Poole was second and Judy Herring
Gardening In FloridaM applied to the trees. third
rdeninglWhile hoeing ound the fruit The 7th grade art enrichment
le yt r e trees ,inspect them for scale. Re- class under the direction of Mrs.
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida salt rather than the NaCI kind. member, don't use oil spray for Marianne McConnell decorated the
SAgricultural Extension Service In a few days white crystals will scale control during cool weather. lunchroom for Thanksgiving. The
Gardening in the dark sounds form on the coal. Color is added to scale doorar lat class used an unusual color scheme
like a romantic idea. So get in the crystals with drops of ole fash- less resistant to damage during s4- which was very effective. The deco-
practice in case there is a power ion bluing, iodine, or colored ink. cold weather. One material to use -- rations included turkeys made of
,failure in Florida. Some gardeners are experiment- for scale control during winter is ~foil placed on the tables.
If the wife-mate frowns on your ing with modern night-type paints alhion 50 per cent emulsion at The senior high art class is cur-
working with ladies in darkened in an attempt to get a substitute malathion 50 per t ulon rently making Christmas decora-
the rate of 3 teaspoons per gallon rently making Christmas decora-
ooms developing flowers that for light in case o a lack-out. ut of water. If necessary, follow with tions for the city. These students
,glow in the dark, then try your thus far they ave no suc a second application of malathion are also helping with the art work
hand at moon-lighting requisition- cessful. about three weeks later, Shark i t for the floats which will be used
ing. Shrubs Don't be too anxious to prune in the Christmas parade. The art
SThis is better known as taking This is the beginning of the sea- out "dead" wood from your shrubs By classes will be in charge of the
plant cuttings when the neighbors son for transplanting trees and following a cold snap. Cold will MICHELE ANCHORS front bulletin board during the
are not looking. shrubs. The first step is selecting often defoliate branches without week before Christmas.
You can justify this, because healthy plants with good roots and killing the wood. If you cut out School was dismissed at 2:00 yes- The St. Joe Sharks will meet
southern superstition has it that tops. The next activity is to pre- wood soon after a cold spell you terday. This was done so that the Altha tomorrow night in the Altha
stolen cuttings root better than the pare the planting site. For bed might discover that you have cut faculty could attend a classroom gym. This is the first game of this
legal kind. plantings, such as roses, dig in 4 out live wood. So let the shears teachers' meeting which was held season. The Gulf Coast Tournament
The night-blooming cereus is the pounds of complete fertilizer per stay in the shed until you're sure at the high school. which St. Joe won last year, will be
first plant that you will want to 100 square yards of space, of the exact extent of cold damage. Mr. R. L. Smith won the transis- held in the St. Joe gym this year.
add to your night-time garden, if For trees or shrubs, dig a hole tor radio which was given away at This important tournament will
the glow-in-the-dark experiments one-third larger in diameter than Ithe St. Joe-Apalachicola football take place on the 11th and 12th of
fail. the plant's roots. Mix a cup of fer- C D ADI game. This radio was given away February.
This member of the cactus family tilizer and a generous quantity of SHlU ER LY. by the Intrurmural Board.
will root quite well, even for those peat in the top soil. Place the plant MA E A The first evaluation day of the Guests of the Edwin Ramseys
without a green thumb. in the hole slightly lower than it MAIL EARLY! year was held last Wednesday.. Miss Mary Dell Ramsey, Mr. and
It thrives, out-of-doors in south grew in the nursery. Fill in around Many parents visited the school to Mrs. Paul E. Ramsey, Atlanta, Ga.,
Florida, but may need a bit of cod- the plant with the soil-peat-feltiliz- talk with teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ramsey, Lynn,
FToridabut-may-need a bit of cod-I';- 1-M ,..+I,- 11.. I7_ tl '. _:- --
dling against cool days in the
One type of garden that will
thrive regardless of light is a chem-
Chemical gardeners can use their
knowledge of grammar school
chemistry and "grow" colorful
crystals on lumps of coal and bits
of broken bricks.
er mixture. wnen tne nole is nalf
filled, settle the loose earth with
water and repeat the watering
when the space around the plant is
filled and firmed.
Around the base of the plant
form a dish-shaped basin to hold.
water. Mulch the plant with straw
or leaves and shade if it is neces-
sary. Watering newly set plants
regularly is very important.
With rainfall at a low point at
this time of year it is a good idea
to conserve soil moisture around
nTe clothing drive nela at me
high school during the past few
weeks has officially ended. How-
ever, clothes are still needed and
any donations may be given to
members of Beta Sigma Phi Soror-
The seniors have recently receiv-
ed the results of the senior state
test given in October. These scores
can be very important for college
Micnael and Phillip, Birmingham,
Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fox,
niece of Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, Fay-
etteville, Ark., were guests of the
Edwin Ramseys during the Thanks-
Dr. Charles Watkins, Decatur,
Ga., joined the Ramseys over the
week-end and enjoyed excellent
catches of speckled trout in the
Nae Committees Blount.
'Name CommitteeS Jan. 8 Mrs. Wayne Hendrix,
r T rift S p Mrs. Maurice Dawson, Mrs. Hubert
For Thrift Shop Richards
The Thrift Shop committees for Jan. 15 Mrs. Jean Atchison,
the winter quarter, December, Jan. Mrs. Blakel Thomason, Mrs. Nor-
uary and February, have been an-
nounced by the Hospital Auxiliary Jan. 22-Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Mrs.
president, Mrs. Bob Vervaek. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. "Bo" Bray.
Pick-up and Marking committee: Jan. 29-Mrs. George Anchors,
Mrs. Bernice Wager (7-4491), Mrs. Mrs. W. L. Altstaetter, Mrs. Bill
W. T. Moseley (7-4531), Mrs. S. H. Findley.
Barber (9-2771). 1Feb. 5-Mrs. Roy Gibson, Mrs.
Telephone Chairman: Mrs. Percy James Harrison, Mrs. Charles Nor-
Please clip and save the follow- Feb. 12 Mrs. Silas R. Stone,
ing list of Thrift Shop workers for Ms. Walt Robinson, Mrs. Bob
December, January and February. Fox.
The Thrift Shop hours are from
1:30 until 3:30 on Saturdays. If Feb. 19-Mrs. Sidney Anchors,
you are unable to work on your ap- Mrs. Otis Pyle, Mrs. Dave May.
pointed day, please arrange for a .
bit..t ..d ti M i h l Feb. 26-Ms. Paul Fenson, Mrs.
suDsItu bl ain.l IIUtnLI IyJrs. ie lt'lecin,
the telephone chairman, of such
Dec. 4-Mrs. Charles Stevens, Jr.,
Mrs. Bill Hammock, Mrs. Joe Par-
Dec. 11-Mrs. Lawrence Bissett,
Mrs. Sid Brown, Mrs. Frank Pate.
Dec. 18 Mrs. Tom Coldewey,
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965 that it had unanimously voted to the meeting did then adjourn.
R increase the amount of insurance JAMES GI McDANIEL,
premium paid on each employee's Chairman.
group insurance by $250 per Attest:
Minutes of The month, making the total amount Geo Y. Cor Clerk.
Minutes of The per policy paid by the county $7.50, George Core, Clerk
providing that the $7.50 is 60% of
GULF COUNTY COMM SSIN the totalpremium orless, and that Wewahitchka, Florida,
this was effective October 1, 1965. November 23, 1965
Upon motion by Commissioner The Board of County Commis-
Kennedy, seconded by Commis- sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
Wewahitchka, Florida, year $3,000.00, 2nd year $3, sioner Graham, and duly carried, met this date in regular session
November 9, 1965 33750, and 3rd lear $3,337.50. the Board voted to advertise to re- with the following members pres-
The Board of County Commis- After consideration there was a ceive bds for parand equipment ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman,
f ountyAfter consideration, there was a for the Road Department. The At- Walter Graham, Leo Kennedy, T.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida motion by Commissioner Whitfield, torney was requested to prepare D. Whitfield, and James C. Horton.
met this date in regular session seconded by Commissioner Horton the proper notice The ClerkSheriff, Attorney, and
with the following members pres- that the County execute the fol-th Road Superintendent were also
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman, lowing contract. Upon vote the fol- The Board discussed damage e eee s
Leo Kennedy, Walter Graham, lowing voted: Aye: Whitfield, Ror- caused by flood waters to county present
James C. Horton, and T. D. Whit- ton, Graham, and the Chairman roads and residential property onT The meeting came to order at
field. The Deputy Clerk Sheriff Nay: KennedyChairm State-Road.22 East of Wewahitchka. 16:30 P. M. The Attorney opened
Attorney, Road Superintendent, It was decided that the Board the meeting with prayer
and Mosquito Control Supervisor Joseph L. Donofro, Arhitect, re- write to the U. S. Army Corps of I The Board discussed the possi-
were also present. quested that a topographical sur- Engineers and request that an in- ability of discontinuing the night
The meeting came to order at vey be made of the courthouse vestigation of this problem be meeting of this Board held each
9:00 A. M. The Attorney opened property in Port St. Joe and that a made and that appropriate action I month on the fourth Tuesday night.
the meeting with prayer. subsoil investigation be made. The be taken to alleviate this problem. Whereupon, the Board decided to
Th m tes toer 1 a Board voted t employ Florida En- The Board thanked the Michigan discontinue said meetings and that
The minutes of October 12th and gineering Association, Inc.,-to make Chemi-calGoxpDratianfor the dona-: a notice be advertised that this
26th were read, approved and the topgraphialsurvey and their e donaa notice be advertised that this
adopted, Mr. Bill SplKes, Florida taymond Engineers to make the tion or 54 yards of shell and 115 Bard will hold only one regular
SCorporation, invited the -soil investigation yards of MGO for use by the Coun- meeting each month; that this
Board to visit the new generating ty Road DepartmnR meeting be held on the second
plant at Crystal River He then dis- The.Board directed the following .The Board voted to employ Van Tuesday at 9 o'clock A. M.
cussed operations of this new plant changes on the Indigent roll: Jones and Henry Zozeman for the The Board discussed a request
and told of the additional services Add: Alice Simpson Johnson, Road Department for the balance from Franklin County that this
it will provide for the citizens of $15.00; Gracie Van Camp, $15.00. of this budget year. Commission consider recommend-
this area. The Chairman thanked Increase: Eva Pate to $15.00. The Board voted to pay the Capi- ing a doctor to fill the vacancy of
Mr. Spikes and said that the Board Remove: Carl Wood.. tal Outlay Reserve Fund $9,985.00, the position of Gulf County Health
will select a date for a tour in the A discussion was had with refer- representing the amount due from ffficr. After much discussion, the
near future. ence to the necessary repairs on the Road and Bridge Fund on the Board announced that it would
Mr. Al Martenson, representing the Health Center roof. The Attor- note to Leary and Owens Equip-. make a recommendation at its next
the Florida Shore- and Beach Pre- ney informed that he was not fur- ment Company, Inc., dated August regular meeting in December.
servation.--Association, urged the nished the specifications for the 11, 1964, assigned to the Board of The City of Port St. Joe filed
Board to join this program by be- material, therefore, he did not County Commissioners of Gulf copies of its resolutions requesting
coming a member of the association know what to advertise. Commis- County, Florida ,as recorded in that certain street projects be in-
and then invited the Board to at- sioner Graham stated that he was Minute Book 6, page 200. clrlPd in the next secondary road
tend the association meeting to be attempting to .give the specifica- The Board accepted a ditch ease- budget. The Chairman announced
held in Pensacola on December tions when he said that the adver- ment from James M Goodman, Jr., that these resolutions will be con-
10th-12th, 1965. The Chairman- tisement should call for a price per for a proposed ditch in Wimico
thanked Mr. Martenson and in- roll of roofing and a price per yard Subdivision.
formed him that the Board will of gravel, etc. The Board instruct- The Farm Agent and County
consider this matter at a later date. ed the Attorney to meet with Con- GAL TWO-COUNTY BOARD__
missioner Graham before prepar- Service Officer filed reports for the
The Board voted to pay all mem- ing the legal advertisement and to month of November.
bers of the Election Inspection advertise to receive bids for the All payrolls for month of Octo-
Bor foanheSc of esr necessary materials r her were approved and ratified as
Election and the School of Instruc- Th State Road Department ad- paid.
tion at $1.00 per hour and that each Th State Road Department ad- paid.
tion at$100 per hour and that eac vised the Board that the Ward The bills were presented ,exam-
person attending the school be al- Ridge Construction Company en- ined, approved and ordered paid.
lowed' 4 hours. tered the low bid in the amount of The Clerk reported the follow-
Pursuant to notice published ac- $99,526.60 for State Project, Job ing balances in each fund, as of
cording to law, the Board received No. 51580-3604 (Second Street in November 1965, to-wit:
and opened the following bid to Wewahitchka), and a bid of $119,- General Fund ------- $16,033.11
sell or lease the County one self- 382.33 for State Project, Job No. General-Pest --- 7,488.05
propelled Motor Scraper, to-wit: 51580-3603 (Old Panama City road). Fine & Forfeiture
Leary and Owens Equipment The Road Department advised Fund 16,496.81
Company, Inc., offered one Al- that a map of survey and location Road & Bridge Fund- 15,548.95
lis Chalmers Model TS-200B, must be filed prior to or on the Library Fund _------- 0
Self-propelled Motor Scraper same day the county commission- St. Joseph Fire Con-
as per specifications for the ers' resolution and right of way trol District _------ 60.90
purchase price of $9,675.00, or contract are executed. Time Deposit ------- 63,824.51
a lease prices as follows: 1st The Board informed the Clerk There being no further business,
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Shaver, shoe polisher, Hair Dryer, coffee-maker, Stereo Record Player, TV,
clock radio, portable scissors, fry pan, window air conditioner
heater, door chimes, steam iron, toaster, (heats, cools),
manicure set. movie projector.
Carving Knife, dog Broiler, waffle
clippers; table lamp, iron, upholstery
blanket, lighted mirror, shampooer, griddle,
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Color TV, organ,
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clothes dryer, sewing
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YOUR TAX-PAYING, INVESTOR-OWNVED ELECTRIC COMPANY
sidered at the time this Board
adopts its secondary road resolu-
tion to the State Road Department.
Upon request by Hon. Samuel
A. Patrick, Tax Assessor, the Board
authorized the following deduc-
tions on the 1965 tax roll, to-wit:
Page 15, Line 38, Name, J. D.
Davis, Amt. tax $20.72, Reduced
Page 74, Line 24, Name, Roy B.
Whitfield, Amt. tax $31.08, Re-
Page 137, Line 16, Name, W. C.
Forehand, Amt. tax $52.30, Reduc-
Page 165, Line 27, Name Marie
E. Jones Estate, Amt. tax $310.80,
The Board received the following
sealed bid to sell the County a
track link assembly, it-wit:
Burford Equipment Company
offered on set track link as-
semblies as per specifications
at $1,027.50. The Board voted
unanimously to purchase this
equipment as per said bid.
The Board received the follow-
ing sealed bid to sell the County
asphalt felt ,asphalt roofing com-
pound and gravel to be used on
the Health Center Buildings, to-
wit: St. Joe Hardware Company of-
fered 60 lb. rolls 15 lb. asphalt
saturated felt at $4.20; 60 lb. rolls
30 lb. asphalt saturated felt at
$2.20; 150 lb. drums dead level as-
phalt roofing compound at $4.05
and per gravel at $8.00 cu. yard.
The Board voted unanimously to
accept said bid and purchase these
supplies as per bid.
The Board approved the Welfare
list after the following changes:
Remove Lillie Gay; increase Walter
Jones to $15.00; add Jewell Calla-
han at $15.00; Maxine Ward at
$15.00; Lucy M. Raffield at $15.00;
Gracie Van Camp at $15.00; U. V.
Estridge at $15.00 (one month'
Mary Alice Odom was placed on
the Mother's pension roll at $3.00.
Commissioner Horton presented
the tentative preliminary plans for
the Highland View and White City
Fire Departments. He informed the
Board that the two fire depart-
ments are not satisfied with every
detail o these plans .After discus-
sion, the Board tentatively approv-
ed said plans, subject to the
changes and corrections necessary
to satisfy the two fire departments.
Commissioner Kennedy discuss-
ed the need for a site to be used
for the construction of a new Port
St. Joe High School. He then made
a motion that this Board select five
acres of the new courthouse site to
be used to construct the new court-
house and jail and that the balance
of said courthouse site be donated
to the Board of Public Instruction
for the new Port St. Joe High
School site. Commissioner Graham
amended the motion to ten acres
for the courthouse and jail site and
then seconded the motion. Upon
vote the following voted: Aye:
Kennedy and Graham. Nay: Whit-
field, Horton, and the Chairman.
Commissioner Kennedy informed
the Board that the State Civil De-
fense Department has approved a
200 bed mobile hospital unit for
the county civil defense.
Commissioner Kennedy told the
Board that the cost of a school
building in Texas was $10.35 per
square foot ,and by adding only 30c
per square foot it was constructed
so that it could be converted into
a civil defense fall-out shelter.
The U. S. Engineers informed
the Board that a study is now being
made of the flood problem along
the Chipola River Cutoff and this
Board will be advised as to the
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
JAMES G. McDANIEL,
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Golden Flake Twin Pak Potato
CHIPS ,, pkg. 59c
Toast-Em, 10 Oz. Box
Jack & Beanstalk Cut Grn., 303 Cans
BEANS 4 cans $1.00
La Ruta Corned, 12 Oz. Cans
BEEF can 49c
14 Varieties Nabisco
SNACKS -- ea. 39c
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JUICE 3 cans $1.00
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