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i ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966
:Aennual Girl Scout Cookie Sale Will
Begin Friday; Lasts Through February 8
The annual Girl Scout Cookie
,Sale begins Friday, January 28th,
continuing through Tuesday, Feb-
(ruary 8th. Cookie Sale 'proceeds
.will be used by Girl Scouts of Apa-
-lachee Bend Council for the pur-
chase of camping equipment. Of
the 50 cents received for each box,
_10 cents will be used for Troop
camping equipment, with the bal-
'ance going toward the purchase of
.tents for four new depots. Panama
City, Chipley, Chattahoochee and
Apalachicola for the use of. Girl
'Scouts in this area, ,some of the
-proceeds will be used for the limit-
Sed development, of a new troop
campsite and for the established
Scamp acquisition fund, as well as
for'Camperships for National and
International Council events for
. whichh girls may qualify.
l. Ms. Robert Faliski is servirig
s lown Cool:ie Chairman for the
1966 Cookie Sale. Two Troops will
sell cookies, Nos. 125 and 97, with
a total of 60 girls qualifying to
Five varieties of cookies will be
sold this year, the butter-flavored
vanilla, the chocolate-vanilla sand-
wich, chocolate mint; and two new
cookies introduced this year-the
frosted spice and the peanut butter.
It is hoped that. the addition of
these two new cookies will add up
to "More Cookies, More Camping
for Our Girls!"
While camping equipment and
limited funds for campsite develop-
mentare earned through Cookie
Sales, the Girl Scout Council of
the Apalachee Bend receives its
operating funds in Gulf County
from a financial fund drive in May.
Operating funds provide program
camping and staff services to
.troops; leader resoUces; training
and on-the-job help; and aids in ex-
tending and maintaining opportuni-
ties to girls. Cookies mean CAMP-
Wayne Taylor Is P
Jaycee DSA Awar
Wayne Taylor, Port St. Joe High Buzzett as the climax of the pro-
School football coach, is the "Dis- gram for the evening.
tinguished Young Man of the Taylor is not a Jaycee and had
Year" in Port St. Joe, according to
a poll conducted by the Jaycees.
Taylor was presented with the Jay-
cees "Distinguished Service Award"
Saturday night at the Jaycees' an-
nual. "DSA" award banquet, held
at the Centennial Building.
The choice for this annual honor
was made,.through ballots sent in
been lured to the banquet to give
the blessing for the meal. In his
acceptance speech, Taylor said, "I
don't know what to say."
Other awards for services were
made by President John Howard.
The awards were ,given to the fol-
lowing: Ralph Swatts for his work
with the Christmas parade; Ruel
by Port St. Joe residents and se- ,Whitehurst for his work with the
elected by a panel of judges consist. Toys for, Tots program; Jerry Sul-
ing of B.G. Buzzett, Albert Thames. livan for his fund raising project;
,Frank Pate. Walter Dodson and Jim Harrison fo- work with the
Rev. '. C. CIaum. Presentation 'ot fishing- reet -joject; Jim-prevatt
the' award'was inade by Gannon for his teacher's reception; Lou
For Gulf Canal
A request was placed before the
Cabinet Board of Conservation at
their meeting Tuesday in Tallahas-
see to have improvements for the
1Gulf County Canal placed in Flor-
ida's request to the Federal Gov-
ernment for rivers and harbors
work. The Gulf County Commieisi:n
A request was made to allot voted unanimously last Thursda.
$477,000 to widen the Gulf County night to accept the first prelirrin
Canal to 125 feet and deepen it ary drawings of the new Gulf Coun.
to 12 feet. The canal is presently ty Courthouse as presented by Ar-
100 feet wide and nine feet deep. chitect Paul Donofro.
The canal, runs from Highland Donofro and his assistant, Harold
View to the Intracoastal Canal. Odom of Port St. Joe, presented
Request for the work was made several illustrations of the proposed
in the form of resolutions from the courthouse to the Commission at a
Port St. Joe and Gulf County Com- special meeting Thursday-and pro-
missions. vided a tentative floor plan for the
This project was approved last several offices contained: in the
year, but engineering work could building. The architect said that he
and his associates "will meet \%ith
not be completed in time to get and his associates wi meet with
the project completed in the fiscal the several officials of the county
1965 budget, so a new request for during the next two weeks and
the work had to be made. work out several details of location
and space allotted to different sec-
tions of each department and will
Present the final preliminaries in
yresC t C1 about two weeks.
resented Architect Donofro said that the
new courthouse ,will' contain ap.
S P ae proximately 35,000 square feet in
the courthouse 'and jail. His esti.
d a e mated cost was in the neighbor-
hood of $700,000 including central
Little for his work in maintaining heating and air conditioning.
attendance at Jaycee meetings; The design of the building is of
Wayne Richburg for heading- up dignified modern lines and will be
Jaycee Radio Day; Thurman Jac- built of low maintenance materials
obs for his work with art-projects such as brick and poured concrete.
of the club and Tom Ford, Jaycee The jail will be on the court-
Week Chairman. house site but will be a separate
The speaker for the evefiing was building to the rear of the main
Dick Hollohan, administrative as- building: It will be connected to
sistant to Secretary of State Tom the courtroom and judge's cham-
Adams, of Tallahassee. Hollohan bers by an overhead security walk-
spoke of the challenge to young way. The jail will contain facili-
men to prepare themselves to ties for 32 male and 12 female pris-
maintain the freedom that-we en- owners. A feature of the new jail is
joy in the, United States. Hollohan a special juvenile department re-
said, that "each of us has some con- moved from the adult prisoners
onnnhlb nf _Qpruino 19. iiiupnilp nrin
tribution to ,make to our society
and it-is our-duty to find this area
of service and offer ourselves."
Port St. Joe High School football Coach ing on, from left to right are,'Albert Thames, one
Wayne Taylor, second from left, is shown receiv- of the DSA judges, Dick Hollohan of Tallahassee,
ing a congratulatory handshake from Jaycee Pres- guest speaker for the banquet and Gannon Buz-
ident John Howard for his selection to receive.the zett, one of the DSA judges;.
annual .Jaycee DSA award Saturday night. Look- -Star photo
Citizens Federal Reports Record Year;
Elects C G. Costin, Sr., AsPresident
In their annual meeting last Thursday included, Frank Hannon,
Thursday evening, directors and of- W. O. Anderson, E. F. Gunn, all
ficers elected C. G. Costin, Sr., to of Port St. Joe, and Forrest Revell
serve the Citizens Federal Savings of Wewahitchka.
and Loan Association as president- Carry-over directors include: C.
for'the coming year. Elected as G. Costin, Sr., C. G. Costin, Jr., and
other officers of the financial or- George Tapper of Port St. Joe,
ganization were: C. G. Costin, Jr., Dwight Marshall of Apalachicola
vice-president,- 'Dwight Marshall, and M. Brooks Hayes of Blounts-
Sr., of Apalachicola, vice-president; town.
Frank Hannon as secretary-treas- In a report to members, Manager
urer; Mrs. Eloyce Pratt, assistant C. J. Stevens,- Jr., reported that
secretary-treasurer ,and C. J. Stev- savings-deposited, in the institution
ens, Jr. ,as manager of the Associ- showed a healthy growth during
action the past year and now stand at a
Costin replaces G. U. Parker of record $3,456,387.80. The Associ-
Blountstown as vice-president. ation also paid a record dividend
Parker has stepped down due to for the past year of $132,956.78, for
ill health and has been voted a an increase of 11.6 percent over the
life-time directorship by the Asso- previous year. The financial insti-
ciation. Parker has sered as a di- tution also set aside $29,454.62 in
rector pf the Association since its reserves.
organization. During the past year Citizens
New directors elected last Federal invested $860,000 in mort-
capaU Ue ot VingI iz, juvenile pris'
The courthouse itself will have a
suite of offices in the center 'of
the building with the various coun-
ty offices surrounding the central
suite and a corridor running com-
pletely around the building in the
Chairman McDaniel recommend-
ed that the Board accept the' draw-
ings as presented and his sugges-
tion was'put into the form of a
motion by Commissioner Horton.
The motion was seconded by Coi-
missioner Whitfield and the Board
voted unanimously for the motion.
The final preliminaries will be pro-
vided to the Board in two weeks
for their inspection.
Donofro said that if all goes well
that work can begin on the new
building in about six to seven
Purchase of Point
Delayed by State
Ney Landrum, director of the
State Outdoor Recreation Plan-
ning Committee, announced that
the committee has delayed' ac-
tion on the purchase of 1,740
acres of federally-owned land on
St. Joseph's Peninsula to await
an outcome of legal action in-
volving the state land acquisition
trust fund. The state could pick
up the Gulf County land for
$262,000 or $50 an acre, well be-
low its appraised' value of $415
After being without the services Firemen Planning
of a public health doctor for the FPaning
past year, the ,County Commission Valentine's Dance
voted unanimously last Thursday
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
night to hire Dr. W. W. Epperson e rt oe olnee
Department ,has joined Florida
to this capacity.. firemen in a project of furnishing
Dr. Epperson comes to this area funds to construct a fire station,
at the Florida Sheriff's Boys
In order to raise funds for this
project, the firemen, along with
the cooperation of the Gilf County
Sheriff's Department and the Port
St. Joe Police Department is spon-
soring a valentine dance on Feb-
ruary 19 at the Centennial Build-
Music will be by Charlie Coop-
Tickets are now on sale by any
member of the Fire Department,
Sheriff's Department and Police
Department at $5.00.
from Washington, D. C., where he
was connected:with the Pure Food
and Drug Department of the.Fed-
eral Government. At present he is
living in Apalachicola. -
SDr. Epperson was recommended
to Gulf County by the State Board
Gulf County shares Dr. Epper-
son's services with Franklin County.
gage loans for a present total of
$3,136,057.01 in current mortgages:
Assets of the firm now stand at
a record $3,685,822.37.
County "Commsisioners, County officials and Donofro, Commissioner James Horton, Tax Collec-
architect Paul Donofro are pictured above look- tor Harland Pridgeon with his back to the camera,
ing over preliminary drawings of part of the new County Attorney William J. Rish and Tax Asses-
Gulf County courthouse. Pictured above, left to sor Samuel A. Patrick. Commissioners Kennedy
right are Commission Chairman Jim McDaniell, and Graham are standing in front of Pridgeon.
Florida Power manager Lloyd Pope, architect -Star photo
Coldewey Says Mill Set Paper Making
Record In 1965; Sees Good Year for '66
St. Joe Paper Company had its for repairs'to machinery. Coldewey
most productive year in its history said that the company plans to
during the year 196, according to operate for 350 days during the
Tom S. Coldewey, vice president, coming year also. Plans are for the
Coldewey reieaild thisfact in an new bleach plant ofr St. Joe Paper
address 'o the KJivanis Club Tues- Conipahny, now und er-,,construction,
day at noon. to begin operation' about the last
-Coldewey said that the local in- of July. Start up date will depend
dustry manufactured 395;,00 tons on construction speed which will
of' kraft board during the past depend on the weather.
year. In this manufacturing process, Coldewey said that the paper in-
the company paid out $7,500,000 in dustry is playing an ever-increas-
wages and purchased over $10 mil- ing role in the economy of the
lion worth of pulpwood from Gulf South, with 82 mills now in oper-
County dealers. ation in Southern states. These
The; company operated for a total mills purchase $587 million in wood
of 350 days during 1965, shutting each year and pay $616 million in
down only for certain holidays, and wages. Paper is the largest single
industry in the South.
In Florida, paper production ac-
Jim Cooper Named counts for a billion dollars in the
ono mv-, d lnnA 1'.fn -. 4r...
Siren to Sig al
Start of Mach
Port St. Joe mothers will exe-
cute their annual Mother's
March for the-Mlarch of Dimes
tonight. The march forjfunds to
fight birth d';fect., i'ii.l get. un-
derway at 6:30 p. m., according
to Mrs. Norris Daniels, chairman
of this activity.
A long single blast of the fire
siren will be the signal for the
march to begin. Mothers will
call on every house in-Port St.
Joe that wishes to contribute be-
tween 6:30 and 8:00 p. m.
Mrs. Daniels urges everyone
that wishes to contribute to the
March of Dimes to turn on their
porch lights as a signal that you
wish to be solicited.
Everyone is urged to give
y, seconU ony Lto tourism. generously.
Chamber President The paper industry in Florida gerous
makes it-the third largest producer
The Board of Directors of the in the nation.. Florida paper pro- a good position for paper produc-
Port St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber ducers pay out annually $55 mil- tion expansion. He said that only
of Commerce met Monday after- lion for wood and $75 million in about a third of the present wood-
noon to elect a new slate of offi- payrolls. lands are being utilized for paper
cers for the coming year.
Elected as president of the group Coldewey said that Florida is in (Continued On Page 12)
was Jim Cooper ,owner .of Jim
Cooper Motor Company here in -
Port St. Joe. Serving as vice-presi-
dent during the year will be the
present outgoing president, W. C. '
Roche. Harry. H. Saunders was -
elected as secretary and Ted Can-
non as treasurer.
The new officers will be install- .
ed at the. annual Installation Din-, A
ner on February 12 at the Cefiten-
nial Building. All members of the A-
Chamber, their wives and potential
members are invited to the Instal-
In another item of business, the
Board of Directors adopted a reso-
lution passed recently by the mem- o- -"
bership requesting the Board of
County Commisisoners and the Gulf .
County Tax Assessor, Samuel A.
Patrick, to secure competent and
trained aid in undertaking the e
project of re-valuing real property
in the County for ta purposes.
High School 'PTA Will
Meet Tonright At 8:00
The Port St. Joe High School Work Begins On W
P. T. A. will meet tonight at 8:00
p. mn in the High School auditor-
ium. An interesting program has Mayor Frank Hanhon is shown above digging the first shovel
been arranged for the evening by full of earth at the site of expansion of the City water treatment
program chairman, M. P. Tomlin- plant. Looking on is City Auditor and Clerk, J. B. Williams.
son. The expansion work will consist of a 300,000 gallon concrete
Refreshments will be served af- storage tank with pumping facilities. The work is being done by
ter the meeting. The refreshments the Alpine Construction Company of Birmingham, Alabama. Work
will consist partly of Girl Scout on the expansion got underway last Thursday, and a power shovel
cookies, served by Girl Scout Troop snuck onto the site before the ceremonial earth turning to dig up
the pile of dirt in the background.
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town.merchantsl
Commission OK's Pre-Preliminary
Plans for New Courthouse and Jail
Dr. W. W. Epperson
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966
MINUTES of the
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Wewahitchka, Florida plan was developed to aid the edu-
December 7, 1965 nationally deprived children of the
The Gulf County Board of Public County. It features a remedial read-
I ing program. Full publicity will be
Instruction met in regular session givn te program. Fl p icit is ac-b
given the program once it is ac-,
on the- above date. The following cepted on the State level.
members were present and acting: The Board received sealed bids
W. J. Ferrell, Chairman, J. K. Whit- on two surplus school buses. Mr.
field, B. J. Rich and Eldridge J. H. Roland was the successful
Money, William Roemer, Sr., was bidder on the 1951 model with a
absent. bid of $151.50 and on the 1956
The Superintendent was present model with a bid of $156.75. Bids
and acting. were received from the following
Board Member Eldridge Money people: Roy Edenfield, Leroy Fort-
opened the meeting with a prayer, ner, 0. P. Wise and M. L. Lindsey.
The minutes of the regular meet- The Board discussed the possibil-
ing on November 2, 1965 were read ity of the purchase of an account-
and approved as read. The minutes ing machine. The Superintendent
Sof special meetings on November 4, was authorized torequestbids from
1965, November 15, 1965 and No- three business machine companies.
vember 18, 1965 were read and ap- The Board auhoried Mrs. Lila
proved as read. The Board auhoried Mrs. Lila
Mr. William Linton, General Su- Brouillette to aqcept the position
pervisor, gave a report on Gulf as Director of District I Supervis-
County's plan to secure Federal ors in the Florida Educational As-
monies accruing to the County un- sociation.
der Title I of the Elementary and The Board accepted Mrs. Rose-
Secondary Education Act. This mary Flannagan's resignation as a
Minutes of The
Wewahitchka, Florida Commissioner Horton directed
January 4, 1966 that a ditch in Beaty Subdivision
The Board of County Commis- be cleaned out by the Mosquito
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, Control Department.
met this date in regular session Commissioner Horton asked why
with the following members pres- the road in Money Bayou has not
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman, been fixed as directed by this
-Leo Kennedy, Walter Graham, Board. Commissioner Whitfield
James C. Horton and T. D. Whit- said that he hasi directed the Coun-
field. The Clerk, Sheriff and Attor- ty Road Department to do this
ney were also present. work and that he will check on why
The meeting came to order at it has not been done.
9:00 A. M. The Clerk opened the Commissioner Horton requested
meeting with prayer, that a ditch be constructed from
The Board voted to pay the the, White City Baptist Church
Florida Engineering Associates, property to the State Road Depart-
-Inc., $417.25 for topograph survey ment ditch. It was decided to se-
of new courthouse site. cure permission from the State
.The Comptroller of the State of Road Department to connect to its
Florida requested this Board to ditch before this work is done.
execute designation and agreement The Road Superintendent was
of County depository for the Board directed to repair the street at
of County Commissioners on behalf Clark's Grocery in Highland View.
of the Florida National Bank at Commissioner Kennedy reported
Port St. Joe. After discussion, the Commissioner Kennedy reported
Board ordered th le this matter tab at Franklin County has employed
The State Road Departmeit ad- Dr. Epperson as Health Officer;
vised that the contracts for the two that this Board should go to Apa-
constructionro s lachicola and discuss this matter
ress in Gulf County slightly exceed with the Franklin Conunty Com-
the amount of secondary road funds missioners in an effort to bring the
available. Therefore, no additional two Boards closer together. He said
contracts will be liet until after that Gulf and Franklin Counties
July 1, 1966. should work together as brothers
The Farm Agent filed his month- because our problems are alike and
ly report for the month of Decem- there are so many joint projects
ber and the same was ordered filed. that will benefit the people in both
,Th Board tab ed a req est b. counties. He suggested that the
The Board tabled a request by members! of this Board meet with
the tax Assessor for certain deduc- ebers this Board ,met wt
tons -on -th. 1965 tax roll. This the Franli County Board at its
matter is to be discussed at the next meetirfg, The Board then dis-
next meeting ( cussed th__-urgent need to secure a
next meeting. Health DoctOr or Gulf County
By letter, the Retail Merchants' Health Doctor for Gulf County.
Division of the Port St. Joe-Gulf Commissioner Kennedy told of
County Chamber of Commerce re- the need to clean the Colored Ceme-
queted this Board to hire compe- tery.
tent help for the Gulf County Tax Commissioner Horton presented
Assessor to re-:valuate the County the tentative plans for the White
property for tax purposes. After a, City Fire House and said that it
lengthy discussion, it was decided has been estimated that this build-
that this Board would talk to the ing ,will cost $8,140.00. The Board
Tax Assessor concerning this mat- unanimously approved said plans.
ter before any action is taken on It was decided that no further ac-
said request. Commissioner Ken- tion be taken on this matter until
nedy requested the minutes to show vthe Highland ,View Fire Depart-
that the news article concerning ment presents its plans.
this niatter was in error when it Upon motion by Commissioner
stated that the Retail Merchants Graham, seconded by Commission-
Division voted unanimously to er. Kennedy, the Board adopted a
'make 'the above request, because Resolution consenting that the un-
he was present and did not vote; committed 80% surplus funds ac-
that he did not vote because he was cruing to Gulf County in the
a member of both bodies concerned amount of $200,000.00 be paid to
in the matter. the Florida Development Commis-
The welfare list was approved sion for Bond Service on the St.
for payment on February 1, 1966, Joe Peninsula State Park Road.
after removing the following All bills for the month of Decem-
names: Henry McCathan $15, Sarah ber were approved and ordered
*J. Keith $15, Linda Gale Parish $15, paid.
and Pat Simpson $15. All payrolls for the month of
By resolution, the City of Wewa- December were approved and rati-
"hitchka requested the County to fied as paid. .
'furnish drainage pipes for the ditch The Chairman announced that it
on the north side of SR 22,'con- was now time to organize the Board
necting Lake Alice and Lake Julia. for the year 1966.
Upon motion by Commissioner The Board voted that Commis-
Horton, seconded by Commissioner sioner McDaniel act as temporary
Whitfield and unanimously carried, Chairman during the organization.
the Board directed its road depart- Upon motion by Commissioner
ment to furnish said pipe. Whitfield, seconded by Commis-
Commissioner Whitfield reported sioner Horton and unanimously
that he has talked to Mr. H. R. carried, Commisisoner McDaniel
Maige about the additional right of was elected Chairman for the year
way necessary to extend first street 1966. The Chairman thanked the
in 'Highland View. He stated that members for re-electing him to the
Mr. Maige informed him his com- chair for this year. He promised to
pany has already given all the do everything in his power to serve
right of way for said street that'the members of this Board and the
had been requested. Commissioner people of Gulf County to the very
Kennedy stated that he talked to best of his ability and asked that
Mr. Maige about this project and each member cooperate with him
that he requested the Board make and with each other.
its request in writing and he would Upon motion by Commissioner
then forward said request to the Whitfield, seconded by Commis-
main office for action. Upon mo- sioner Horton and unanimously car-
tion by, Commissioner Kennedy, ried, Commissioner Kennedy was
seconded by Commissioner Graham elected Vice Chairman for the year
and unanimously carried, the Board 1966.
voted to request the St. Joseph Whereupon, the Board voted
Land and Development Company to unanimously to retain the follow-
grant the County a 25 foot ease- ing personnel under the same sal-
ment lying south of the center ary, terms and conditions as now
line of First Street in Highland in effect, to-wit: William J. Rish,
View extended from the Southeast County Attorney; .Lloyd Whitfield,
Corner of Gauldings addition to Road Superintendent; C: E. Daniell,
the Southeast Corner of Govern- Mosquito Control Supervisor; Al-
ment lot 4, section 26, T 7S, R 11W. bert Thames, County Service Offi-
This easement also described as cer; and A. P. Jackson, Civil De-
the northerly.25 feet of Govern- fense Director. .
ment lots 1 and 2, section 35, T 7S, Commissioner Whitfield request-
R 11W. ed the record to show that he voted
I The Board discussed a request for Lloyd Whitfield as County Road
from the White City Fire Depart-- Superintendent but that he will
ment for the County to furnish a not vote for any other relative for
1952 or 1953 Chevrolet engine to employment by this Board.
be used on the pump truck. The The Chairman announced that he
Itbad Supt. was directed to furnish would make his committee appoint-
this power unit if one can be found. ments at the next regular meeting.
Commissioner Horton asked if There being no further business,
the County could help the City of the meeting adjourned.
Port St. Joe maintain Avenue "A" JAMES G. McDANIEL,
in Port St. Joe. It was decided that Chairman.
the County could not do this type Attest:
work. GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk.
teacher in the Port St. Joe High new vehicles to be used in the Wewahitchka, Florida, Resolution adopted as introduced
School. school system. December 22, 1965 and read.
The Board authorized the use of There being no further business, The Board of Public Instruction A copy of this Resolution is on
a facsimile signature for the Chair- the Board adjourned to meet again of the County of Gulf, State of file in the Office of the Superin-
man of the Board under the follow- in regular session on January 4, Florida, met in special meeting at tendent of Public Instruction.
ing stipulations by the State De- 1966 at 8:00 A. M., C.S.T. the County Courthouse in the City
apartment of Education: W. J. FERRELL, of Wewahtichka, Gulf County, Flor- The Board granted Mrs. Mary Jo
1. The manual signature of the Chairman. ida, at 9:00 o'clock A. M., on the Patterson, a teacher at the Wewa-
County Superintendent is affixed R. MARION CRAIG, 22nd day of December, 1965 the hitchka High School, a leave of
to the document Superintendent. place, hour and date duly estab- absence from February 7, 1966 to
2. The use of the facsimile sig- listed for the holding of such meet- June 10, 1966.
nature as officially authorized by ing.
the Board. Wewahitchka, Florida The Board authorized the Super-
3. A certified copy of the minutes December 13, 1965 The Chirman called the meeting intendent to have two temporary
showing the Board's action author- to order and on roll call the fol- classrooms built at the Wewa-
izing the facsimile is filed with the The Gulf County Board of Public lowing answered present: W. J. hitchka High School site. These
Division of Administration of the Instruction met in special session Ferrell, Chairman, J. K. Whitfield, buildings will be used to house a
State Department of Education. on the above date. The following Wililam -Roemer, Sr., Eldridge first grade and a reading labora-
The facsimile signature will not members were present and acting: Money, B. J. Rich, and the follow- tory. Federal funds accruing to
be used on the original Budget doc- W. J. Ferrell, Chairman, J. K. ing were absent: None. Gulf County have made it possible
ument and documents relating to Whitfield, B. J. Rich, William The Chairman declared a quorum to reduce the size of the first grade
Bond Issues. On motion by Whit- Roemer, Sr., and Eldridge Money. present. by adding another teacher at the
field that the use of the Chairman's The Superintendent was present A Resolution entitled: "A RESO- first grade level. The reading lab-
facsimile signature be authorized and acting. LUTION AMENDING A RESOLU- oratory will also be developed with
under the preceding stipulations The Board discussed the possibil- TION ADOPTED BY THE BOARD Federal money.
and second by Rich. All voted Yes. ity of giving the teaching person- OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF The Board authorized the Super-
The Superintendent reported nel of the County a $250.00 salary GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, ON intendent to advertiseforbidson
that the work on the Port St. Joe supplement for the school year AUGUST 3, 1965 AUTHORIZING the driver training car and the
High School Cafeteria was proceed- 1965-66. This supplement will be THE ISSUANCE OF $2,500,000 te rier trucksaning ars and the
ing in a satisfactory manner. financed by Race Track Funds ac- CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTED- pickuptrucks owned the Br
The Board authorized a public cruing to Gulf County that have NESS," was introduced by Mr. The Board authorized the Super-
hearing in the court-room in the not been pledged as yet. On motion Whitfield. intendelit to contact the Wewa-
County Courthouse at 7:00 P. M., by Whitfield and second by Roem- Said Resolution was then read hitchka Board of City Commission-
C.S.T., December 13, 1965. Purpose er that each teacher in the school in full and discussed and consid- ers and request that a sewage line
of this meeting is to discuss the system be paid a bonus of $250.00 ered. be placed under Second Street be-
proposed building program in We- for the school year 1965-66. All Mr. Whitfield then moved the fore the paving of the street is ac-
wahitichka. voted Yes. adoption of the Resolution as in- complished. The Wewahitchka High
The Board discussed the disposi- There being no further business, produced and read. Mr. Rich sec- School is now using septic tanks as
tion of the driver training cars that the Board adjourned to.meet again onded the motion, and, on roll call, a means of sewage disposal. The
the Board owns. The Board author- in regular session on- January 4, the following voted "Aye": Whit Board intends to have Wewahtichka
ized the Superintendent to secure 1966 at 8:00 A. M., C.S.T. field, Roemer, Rich, Monley and High School connected to the City
information concerning possible W. J. FERRELL, Chairman Ferrell; and the follow- of Wewahoitchka sewage system at
transactions in which these vehicles Chairman. ing voted "Nay": None. the earliest possible date.
and the present pick-up trucks R. MARION CRAIG, The Chairman thereupon de- There being no further business,
owned by the Board be traded on Superintendent. dared the motion carried and the the Board adjourned to meet again
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SOME STATE AND LOCAL
TAXES ARE DEDUCTIBLE
Jacksonville Florida taxpayers
who itemize deductions on Federal
income tax returns can claim some
state and local taxes as deductions.
District Director of Internal Rev.-4
enue F. S. Schwidt said these in-
clude real estate and personal prop-
erty taxes, state income taves, state
gasoline taxes, and general sales
Certain state and local taxes are4
not deductible on your Federal re-
turn, Mr. Schmidt said. These in-
clude liquor and cigarette taxes,
auto license fees in most cases,
and other items such as water
taxes, hunting and fishing licenses,
and dog licenses.
Federal taxes are not deductible
on individual income tax returns.
in regular session on January 4,
1966, at 8:00 A. M., C.S.T.
W. J. FERRELL,
iR. MARION CRAIG,
Mrs. Juanita K. Jordan
Know Your Teacher
: Mrs. Jordan, a 5th grade teacher
at the Port St. Joe Elementary
School, lives with her husband,
Billy, an employee of the Standard
Oil Co., and their 2 year old daugh
ter, Angela Carol ,at St. Joe Beach.
Mrs. Jordan finished high school
in Cairo, Georgia, and received her
*..S. degree from the Woman's Col-
lege of Georgia at Milledgeville.
* Mrs. Jordan has taught fifth
arde for five years here in Port
St. Joe. She is serving on the Sal-
ary Committee of the G.C.E.A. and
the Student Council and School
Policies Committee in the local
school. She holds membership in
he F.E.A., G. C. E. A., and the
Mrs. Jordan's hobbies are sew-
ing and reading which surely af
ford her much pleasure as a pas-
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Hwy. 98 W Phone 229-2987
701 Monument Avenue
Post Office Opens School Plants Improving But Need
C rrier Exams Schools in Gulf County are
getting ready for a general over-
Postmaster Chauncey Costin an- haul and major building pro-
nounced today that he has received gram. -
notice from the Post Office Depart- Part of this progress is pic-
ment that it is reopening Clerk- turned below with the new Port
Carirer examinations in order to Joe HighSchool cafeteria in
provide an adequate list of quali- St. Joe HighSchool cafeteria in I
fled eligibles for positions in post process of construction. The new -
offices. Eligibles selected for posi- cafeteria will be capable of feed- -
tions as a result of this announce- ing 375 seated at one time.
ment and subsequently taking the Evidence of work still needed, l |.
examination will be made first however, is pictured next to this | ^ --
from those residing within the de- column. This "building" is the
livery area of the office with a va- "band room" at Washington Hi- :--- --- ----.
cant position; second, from eligibles School.
residing within the county and out- Such make-shift structures are
side of the delivery area; and being used all over the county to
third, all other eligibles. "get by", but something better -
Costin stated that registers es- is in the making.
tablished as a result of this ex- -Star photos
amination would supersede all pre- .--
vious registers established for Sub-
stitute Clerk and Substitute Carrier : -
positions for all post offices in the -
announcement which includes the I -
Port Saint Joe Post Office. He
urged persons who have already at-.
tained eligibility under previous an-
examination if they are still inter- I M
ested in receiving consideration for
positions which might become Mri
Nature, of Appointments: Ap- _
pointments to positions will be ca-"-
reer unless otherwise limited. Un- -'--i: -. -- ---
der a career appointment the first
year of service will be probation- .L--,
ary after which the appointment ...- --
becomes permanent if service has -- ..
Qualification Requirements: Ap-
plicants for the examination must
be at least 18 years of age or a Our proving a Stan d of ti
high school graduate. The written adopted. Here is a revi(
test, which wil Irequire about 2% f W program.
.hours ,is designed to test aptitude Growin
for learning and performing theThe over net cost-s
duties of the positions. Subjects Forest tice for planting pines is
will be of he following types: (1) the A-7 practice. It is the
general abilities, (2) following in- by ment of a stand of tree,
structions, and (3) address check- Carl F. Muller land for purposes other
ing. Sample questions will be sent prevention of wind or
to applicants with their notice of Bay, Gulfo prevention of wind nor
a iFarm Forester
admission to the written tests. sion. This does not in
Equal Opportunity in Employ- The Bay and Gulf County ACP pnant pi oftres. orT
ment: All qualified applicants willrnamental purposes. Th
receive: consideration for employ- Committees met recently and se- tice is divided into five
meant without regard to race, creed, elected the practices that they plan tices that are designed t,
color or national origin, to adopt from the state program for normal planting site con&
Rate of Pay' The starting hourly 1966. The entire forestry program rate of cost-share varies
rate of pay will be $2.19 per hour for planting pines, .as well as im- to the extent of work
at third class offices and $2.57 per prepare the area fo rpl
hour at first and second class of- time and place to report for the First is the A-E-1 pra
fices (The Port Saint Joe office is test. Form 5000-AB is used for ap- is the baic practice tha
first class). plying for the test and is available ed t hep sideraye the
Time and Place of Written Test: at inost post offices in this area, ed t and planting whe co
The written test will be held in also the formal announcement can animal or chemical site
Jacksonville, Lake City, Marianna, be found posted on bulletin boards is needed It is used on
Panama City, Pensacola and Talla- in most post offices. The announce- or other areas where it
hass'ee, Florida. Applicants will be ment No. is: AT-148-2(66), dated ing more than a good c
notified at a later date of the exact January 24, 1966. to prepare the area fo
G E Washer Special
Surplus Sales of St. Joe
V 0i NUME~ A PHONE 229 611
For More Work Is Noted
ew of this
s on farm-
e A-7 prac-
o fit every
t is design-
Ist of seed-
e no mech-
This practice, planting without site
preparation, pays the landowner
eight dollars per acre.
The next practice is the A-7-2
practice, a new practice for this
year. It is designed to help the
landowner pay the added cost of
planting pines 'in old pastures
where a strip of grass may need to
be removed before the seedlings
are planted. This is for areas where
scrub brush is not a problem, only
the heavy sod of pasture grass. Un-
der this practice, all root competi-
tion must be removed on a strip or
area not less than two and one half
feet wide with the seedlings plant-
ed in the center of the strip or
area. This practice pays $12.50 per
The A-7-3 practice is the first of
the practices where scrub brush or
undesirable hardwoods are a prob-
lem. Under this practice, they are
controlled by chemicals combined
with the cutting or girdling of in-
dividual trees. This practice for site
preparation and planting pays at
the rate of fifteen dollars per acre.
The A-7-4 practice is the first
practice in which the ground is
prepared in a broad-cast manner.
All root competition must be elim-
inated in a strip or area not less
than three feet wide by chopping
or disking. The area between these
strips must be prepared too, but it
may be done mechanically or chem-
ically. In other words, to qualify
for this practice, all scrub brush
or competition must be removed
on the entire area, as well as all
Jim Ramsey, recently returned to
the U. S. after spending six years
in Brazil, told the Rotary Club
Thursday that in Brazil, a commun-
ity of 100,000 still maintains its
small town atmosphere. This has
been brought about by the lack of
heavy industrialization in the na-
tion. Even farmers live in town and
travel to their farms to work dur-
ing the day.
The speaker said that the revo-
lution which removed Goulart from
the presidency has proved to be a
good thing for Brazil, with the na-
tion beginning to stabilize its cur-
rency and to improve the govern-
ment operation to a great extent.
Previously people could avoid pay-
ing income taxes. This,' of course,
put a great economic strain on the
country. The new regime is taking
care of this situation.
In Brazil, most schools are pri-
vate schools and the standards are
not as good as public schools ,as
parents tend to remove tuition pa'-
ing students from the private
schools if the student fails to make
his or her grades. The public
schools cannot meet the need of
providing education as we know it
in the States, and some teachers go
for months .without being paid.
Only students with pull can get
into the public schools, with the
standards being rather -high. At
least two foreign languages are re-
quired of students in public schools
and the pace of advanced studies is
faster than the U. S.
An interesting sidelight is the
fact that it costs about $400.00 to
obtain a telephone in Brazil, plus
a monthly service charge. Long
distance calling is practically im-
possible due to the long wait for a
connection. It takes up to 15 years
to get a telephone after application
is made. Also, you can sell a 1955
model U. S. automobile in Brazil
Guests of the club were Dick
Cook of Perry, David Macomber
and Richard Ray of Port St. Joe
High School and Marion Craig.
FIREMAN RODNEY L. HERRING
ON CARRIER USS KEARSAGE
USS Kearsage-Fireman Appren-
tice Rodney L. Herring, USN, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Herring
of 1212 Long Ave., Port St. Joe
Fla., has reported for duty aboard
root competition on the immediate the anti-submarine warfare support.
area on which the seedlings are aircraft carrier USS Kearsage, cur-
planted. This practice pays at the rently undergoing minor repairs
rate of twenty-two dollars per acre. 'and alterations at her homeport in
Long Beach, Calif.
The A-7-5 practice is applicable Kearsage forms the nucleus of
only on the very dry sites. The en- an anti-submarine ,hunter-killer
tire area must be chopped or group composed of surface, sub-
disked to remove all root competi- surface and air units trained and
tion. There must be two of these equipped to seek out and destroy
treatment spaced not less than six enemy submarines.
week intervals. This practice pays
at the rate of twenty-eight dollars
per acrethe following fall.
If you would like to aplv for
All A-7 practices req ire the rate
'of planting to be at least 700 ..trees
peracre and at least 425 seed-
lings-per acre must survive through
.Government' Cost-Share for plant-
ing pine. .seedlings for'reforesta
tion or if you want more informa-
tion, call me at 763-5458.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966
I The Tattler I
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
NONA WILLIAMS ---- Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
CORA SUE MEDLIN Sales and Office
BARBARA BOYLES Office
ROBERT (Bubber) WILLIAMS, Jr.__Men's and Boys Wear, 2nd Fl.
MARY REEVES, DORENE SPEARS, ESTHER TAYLOR, FAYE
BURKETT, ROBERT HOLCOMB and DORIS YOUNG __ Extras
SECOND BIG WEEK
Strike It Rich
COLD, 'RAINY WEATHER 'REQUIRES WARM CLOTH-
ING AND WE HAVE THEM AT
SHOP BOYLES NOW
JUST ARRIVED FOR SPRING
Exciting 'New Colors New Weaves New Styles
The biggest and most interest-
ing variety of Colors and Shades
you have ever seen. Hundreds of
Brand New Fabrics to choose
And newest up-to-date fashion
-v dmodels-tailored strictly to your
individual measure and of
course at Money-Saving Low
Come in Now and See This
Beautiful Array of Styles and
The Most Beautiful Selec-
tion of Patterns and
Weaves in Years.
Area Cosmetologists Making Plans
To Observe Beauty Salon Week In Feb.
Fla. Cosmetologists Ass. Aff. No. 17th St. in Panama City at 11
6, Panama City held their monthly o'clock a. m., C.S.T.
meeting and a special call meeting The kick-off luncheon for N. B.
in which plans for National Beauty S. W. will then be attended by
Salon Week were made. President members and guests at the Holiday
B. Gause presided over both meet- Lodge at 1 o'clock p. m., C.S.T., on
ings. Mrs. Beverly S. Deason from Feb. 13. The guest artists for the
Pensacola was guest speaker from
the Fla. Heart Association. Panama
City cosmetologists are joining
more than 70,000 members during
the 16th annual N.B.S.W Feb. 13-
19 in a special salute to the beauty
During the week cosmetologists
from coast to coast will conduct
special programs and presentations
of new hair-fashions to highlight
their contributions to community
and individual welfare.
Panama City Affiliate President
B. Gause and all members present
were discussing the Florida Fash-
ion Festival which will be the
event of Feb. 14 at the Municipal
Auditorium at 8 o'clock p. m,
C.S.T. This show will be brought
to Panama City by the Florida Cos-
metologists Ass. and will be a bene-
fit show for the Heart Fund and
is open to the public. Pres. Gause
then read a letter received by the
Aff. from Major Turner of the Sal-
vation Army thanking the Aff. No.
6 for Xmas gifts for the needy
which the members donated.
It was decided by unanimous
vote that all members, guests and
all hairdressers will attend jointly
church on Feb. 13, at the St. An-
drew Church of Christ on Beck and
Florida Fashion Festival will also
arrive that day to get ready for
the benefit program and an excit-
ing evening of glamor, brought to
you by Fla. Cbsmetologists Ass.
Mrs. Audry Mercer is National
Beauty Salon Week chairman and
she appointed Mrs. Eddy Bell
White publicity chairman, Mrs. Lou
Peel, special events, Mrs. Eliane
Haupt, report chairman, Mrs. Hel-
ene Ferris, institutional Welfare
Members present were: Buford
Gause, Bonnie Thames, Helene Fer-
ris, Berta Retherford, Edna Thomas,
Audrey Mercer, Lucile Wasson,
Lottie White Broadway, Lee Que
Renfroe, Pat Groteke, Mavil Nel-
son, Eddie Bell White, Eliane
Haupt and Rea Short.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Clarence Jackson
Harris, Sr., wish to thank the many
kind friends and especially the
Jones Homestead community for
their kindness and lovely floral of-
ferings during our recent bereave-
ment; also the Local Union 379 of
St. Joe Paper Company. Your kind-
ness was gre'tlypprje'ciafed.d
Clarence Harris, Jr., and
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966 D the first semester.
During the past two weeks March
of Dimes containers have been
| IBplaced in each homeroom. At the
"Thus Saih The LOrd end of tomorrow afternoon the
homeroom which has collected the
most money will receive $5.00.
By Rev. Bill Graham We must also remember, that in The Sharks added two more stars
Christian Prayer, Article No. 4: praying in Christ's name is to pray to their crown last week-end for a
"How to Pray in Christ's Name." IN His name ,and by His authority. total of fifteen wins against two
Many people have the under- This means prayer is not to be ad- losses. Tomorrow night St. Joe
standing that to pray in Christ's dressed to Him ,nor is it to be ad- meets Altha for the second time
name is to end the prayer by say- dressed to the Holy Spirit or any this season. The Sharks defeated
ing these words. This is proper and other person. The reason for this Altha in the first game of the
God honoring, but to pray in His is set forth in I Timothy, chapter 2. Shark season.
name means much more than this. verse 5: "For there is one God, and Saturday night St. Joe's first
First of all ,as we shared last week, one mediator between -God :and Genie-A-Go-Go will take place at
the prayer is to be addressed to men, the man Christ Jesus.". We the Centennial Building. Sponsored
the .Father. Second, the request must recognize and understand the hflar by the Student Council the dance
must be one in which the Lord office of mediator, which is one' will last from 8 o'clock until mid
would be willing to sign His name of the ministries that is now being By night. D. J.'s from WGNE in Pan.
to. It is like writing out a check carried on by the Lord,. in heaven. a City will be present to high
and asking for a person's signature When we come to the Father in MICHELE ANCHORS ama City will be present thing
on it. The person would not sign prayer, as we. are instructed, we To begin the second semester an are planned and all students are
Iis name unless he approved of must acknowledge the mediator- assembly was held Tuesday morn- urged to attend.
the check. So it is with prayer. Our ship of our Lord. As we talk with ig f sei hg students. The Congrat ions to Miss Jo Anne
ing for senior high students. The Congratulations to Miss Jo Anne
request must be one in which God the Heavenly Father, the Son in- Rev. C. Byron Smith was guest Fite upon earning the title of Star
is honored, and Christ would ap- tercedes in our behalf. Prayer to speaker. Student. This award is given each
prove of. This means ,of course, His denies this office He now seaker. IStudent. This awr is gven ea
that the very reason behind why holds, and as He has commanded, Report cards go out today to all year to the senior who makes the
that the very reason behind why holds, and as He has command students. Grades for the third six- highest scores on the December
we desire this petition comes under we should pray to the Father, in stdens ,sem ester tet e and S. A. T.
consideration. If this motive is sel- His name. To pray to anyone else weeks semester test scores,ad S. A. T.
fish, harmful to oneself or others, other than the Father would imply semester grades will be reported. VE
prompted by ill-will, or with a the Christ help is not needed or Classes in industrial arts will not HUNTERS HARVESTED 164
thought of getting an unfair ad- wanted. Pray to the Father in be offered this sefiester as plan-jANTLERLESS DEER JAN. 15
vantage over someone in business Heaven, in the authority of the ned. The teacher employed was of-I Panama City Hunters harvest-
or other relationship, this cannot Son for those things which Christ feared another position which he ed 164 antlerless deer Saturday at
be expected to be honored by God. would approve' of, and God would decided to accept. Eglin Field in Northwest Florida
None of the above motives should be honored. There will be a P. T. A. meeting in the second special one day ant-
ever be found in the Christian's Your questions and comments in the high school auditorium to- lerless deer hunt held there in as
life; therefore should not be ex- are welcome. Address your reply to night at 8 o'clock. Girls from the many years.
pected to be accepted of God in "Thus Saith the Lard," care The home economics classes will model According to Ronald Wise, Com-
the prayer of the believer. Star, Port St. Joe, Fla. clothes which they made during missioner, Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission, and Colonel J.
SY. Read, Deputy for Civil Engineer-
Red Tag Special
Gay's Tire & Appliance
410 REID AVENUE PHONE 229-1876
ing at Eglin Air Force Base, a total
of 610 hunters out of the 1,000 elig-
ible participated in the hunt.
The hunter success rate of 26.8%
was an increase of 8.8% over last
year's rate when 270 hunters took
49 deer for a kill rate of 18%.
Only antlerless deer or deer with
antlers less than five inches long
were legal game in this special
hunt conducted in and around
closed bombing ranges at Eglin
Field where the deer population
threatened to outstrip the carrying
capacity of the range.
Eligible hunters were determin-
ed by a drawing from among the
holders of regular season Eglin
No dogs or rifles were allowed
for the hunt.
When we go skiing, we go in style...in our
'66 Ford. I choose the speed I want with the
FORD 7-TRE HARDTOP
FORD 7-LITRE HARDTOP
automatic speed control..select the music I want,
with the stereo tape player...and relax with
one of the world's quietest rides.
(I should have stayed in the car.)
~ .wl lS Ti iM_ ... R E -
Ford sales are booming! One reason-engineering magic like this:
New stereo tape player option with easy-loading cartridges. 0 New
station wagon Magic Doorgate- swings out like a door for people
and down like a tailgate for cargo. E New automatic speed control
option. m A ride so quiet that owners of European luxury cars
-from a handcrafted Jaguar to a $14,000 Mercedes-have said, after
a demonstration ride in a Ford XL or LTD, that it was even quieter
than their custom-built cars. Quiet-test a '66 Ford for yourself.
TOTAL PERFORMANCE CARS
MUSTANGS BRONCO- FALCON-FAIRLANE
* SAVE NOW with the new excise tax cut...SAVE NOW with Ford Dealer White Sale specials! *
St. Joe Motor Company
1 lb. 79c
2 lb. $1.55
25 to 35 Ib. Avg.
4 to 6-Lb.
A & P Canned Fruits and Vegetables!
Spinach Tomatoes Fruit Cocktail
Cut Green Beans Whole Green Beans Small Green Limas
White Potatoes Golden Corn Small Green Peas
Apple Sauce Y. C. Peaches Mix or Match 'Em
7 1-Lb. 99 5 -Lb. 1-Lb.
Cans 99 599 4 Can 99
ALL VARIETIES CAMPBELL'S CONDENSED CHICKEN 10/2 Oz. Cans
Cream of Chicken, Etc.
A&P REALLY FRESH INSTANT
6 cans $1.
Special! Del Monte Light Meat Special! Jane Parker
Chunk Tuna3-6V2-oz. can 89c Peach Pies, 1-lb., 8-oz., ea. 39c
Special! Tree Top Frozen
Apple Juice__2 6-oz. cans 35c
3c Off Label! Luncheon Meat The Real Thing! A&P Chilled Florida
Armour Treet --12-oz. can 49c Orange Juice ---_ Qt. Bot. 25c
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
SAnn Page Prep.--lb., 4-oz
I Spaghetti, 2 cans 39c
2 Expire Jan. 29 Jax 1-19-66
, WITS Ti, coMurn AMu URCHASI*"" STAMPS
* Ann Page Reg. or French
Dressing, pt. bot. 45c
Expire Jan. 29 Jax 1-19-66
umIm IB U lr ll ImIR It UI I .tEw F.amma
With Purchase of
Jane Parker Brown-N-S
F RE NNCH RRO L
'Pkg. of 10 --. 2
I[ IAp f "NO COUPON NECESSA
Ann Page Tomato
1 Lb., 4 Oz., Bottle
EASTERN ROUND WHITE
10 Ib. bag 49c
Fresh Sweet Juicy Temple
ORANGES ----- doz. 49c
Medium Yellow Cooking
0 NION S -- 5 Ib. bag 25c
ORANGE S ----5 b. bag 39c
Green Giant--lIb., 1-bz.
Sweet Peas ---...--....25c
Green Giant-12 oz.-2 for
Mexicorn Corn ......49c
Green Giant Kitchen Sli.
Green Beans, 1 lb. 25c
With Face Cloth
Breeze, 15 oz. pkg. 37c
Detergent-3-lb., 1-oz. Pkg
Condensed All .-....79c
Cold Water All ....43c
LS. Detergent 1-Pt,, 6-Oz.
L S Lux Liquid --..........61c
,RY" Wisk Liquid ...Pt. 43c
Super Suds --..--......59c
SMueller's Elbow 8 Oz.
Macaroni ... 2 for 25c
Birds Eye Frozen
Awake .......4V2 oz. 20c
Green Giant 12 Oz.
Niblets Corn, 2 for 49c
Green Giant--l-b., 1 oz.
Peas w/Onions ......29c
Fluffy All -............-83c
Dish All, 1-lb, 4 oz. 45c
Detergent 1 Pt., 6 Oz.
Dove Liquid ..........65c
Det. Sunshine-5c Off
Rinso White, lg pk 30c
Colgate 100 Oran 3oz. 7 oz.
Antiseptic -.. 34c 63c
Nab. Choc., 12V2-oz. 2 for
Pin Wheel Cakes...89c
Sara Lee Frozen
Coffee Cake, 8 oz. 49c
Jewel .......... 3 lbs. 73c
Flour ---.......-- 5 lbs. 39c
Prices in this ad are good through
Saturday, January 29.
510 FIFTH STREET
322 on et Avenue Phone-- 227--- -3737
Special! Sultana Frozen French Fried
Potatoes ------2 lb. bag 25c
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---RICH'S IGA AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA-
% LAUNDRY DETERGENT
being an independent food store owner
makes the difference! It is very important
that we "really care" about satisfying you
in every way when you shop at. IGA, for we
S know you and you alone, must be pleased.
'The wide selection of quality foods in each
department are priced to add to your sav'
wings each week too.
Friendliness, quality, selection and savings
are all at IGA where everyone
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE VARIETY OF CUTS IN
CHOICE LAMB, VEAL CALF LIVER
FRONT QUARTER b. 49c \HIND QUARTER __ Ib. 59c
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY"
WESTERN CHOICE STEAKS, ROAST and BAR-B-QUE
KID (GOAT) lb. 49c
TABLERITE ROLL SAUSAGE _----- 2 rolls $1.09
TENDER TABLERITE SLICED BACON --_----_ Ilb. 79c
EXCLUSIVE WILSON CERTIFIED BIG EYE "
FRESH PORK LOIN SPECIALS
FRESH PORK TENDER LOIN _------ pound $1.19
FRYING BROILING PORK CUTLETS ------ b. $1.09
FRESH CUBED PORK STEAKS ---------- pound 99c
COPELAND TENDERIZED SHANK HALF
HAM Ib. 55
B U TT H A L F ------- ----pound 65c
WHO E H AM ------- ------- pound 62c
HAM STEAKS --- l b. 79cBREAKFAST SLICES lb. 88c
TABLERITE HEAVY WESTERN STEER
USDA Choice Beef Specials
FRESH TENDER T-BONE STEAKS ------- pound 99c
FRESH DELICIOUS CUBED STEAK ------ pound 88c
FRESH CHOICE BEEF TENDERLOIN ----- pound $1.29
BONELESS RUMP ROAST
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST
GA. RED SWEET
. $ 5^
IDAHO POTATOES --- 5 Ibs. 39c
GREEN ONIONS--- 2 bunchs 29c
GARDEN PEAS ------- pound 19c
TURNIPS, COLLARDS, MUSTARDS 29c
SWEETEST ORANGES IN FLA.
TANGELOS FLA. LEMONS--- each 2c
3 boxes $1.00
WHY PAY MORE? NO. 1
POUND QT. BASKET
HOME GROWN GREEN FERRIS BEST FRUIT
CABBAGE 3 BAGS
PILLSBURY BISCUITS 4 cans 35 c
OLEOMARGARINE --.. 1 Ib. pkg. 29c
ORANGE JUICE 7 qt. btl. 29c
WITH $7.50 ORDER GIANT SIZE
PEANUT BUTTER 2 1b. jar 69c
STOKELYS FINEST ONE DOZEN GRADE "A"
20 oz. BOTTLE
WITH $10.00 ORDER
SHOWBOAT 2/2-oz. can
PORK and BEANS --- 4 cans 89c
PINK SALMON ------- tall can 59c
IGA 46-oz. can
FRUIT DRINKS ------ 3 cans79c
IGA WHOLE KERNEL 303 cans
GOLDEN CORN ------ 2 cans 39c
MAXWELL HOUSE WITH $7.50 ORDER
BAMA WITH $7.50 ORDER
McKIENZIES FROZEN TURNIPS, COLLARDS, MUSTARDS
FROZEN GREENS ... 4 Ig. bags $1.00
IGA 8 oz. pies
FROZEN POT PIES ---- 5 for 99c
IGA FROZEN 6 oz. cans
ORANGE JUICE 3-------- cans 49c
RICH'S IGA WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 8:00 TO 12:30 SAVE MORE!
TChoice CUBED TANGERINES and Irish With $7.50 Order
SIRLOIN STEAKS ----- b. 79c STEAK ----- pound 69c TANGELOS ------ ea. 2c POTATOES ---_ 10 Ibs. 29c JANUI
Fresh ALL MEAT Idaho Martha White With $7.50 Order
GROUND BEEF -- 4 Ibs. 99c STEW --------pound 59c POTATOES ---- 5 Ibs. 29c FLOUR -----_ 10 Ibs. 99c
Fresh FRESH GARDEN Grebn [GA
GROUND CHUCK 3 Ibs. $1.69 PEAS --_--- pound 10c CABBAGE-- --- Ib. 4c POT PIES ----- ea. 15c
IN The Only Home Owned and Operated Super Market In Port St. Joe SAVE CASH AT RICkI'S NOT STAMPS
IESE SPECIALS GOOD
ARY 26, 27, 28, and 29
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966
WHITE CITY TEENAGERS
Many White City teenagers brav-
ed very unpleasant winter weather
to stage a March of Dimes road-
block on Saturday, January 22.
Billy Antley, roadblock chairman,
reported that the drive was the
most successful ever held in White
City, gaining $53.07 for the March
of Dimes fund.
Those who participated in the
project are: Billy Antley, Susanne
Antley, Janet Kay Antley, Linda
Terry, Jack Terry, Jo Ann Terry,
Dorothy Terry, Regina Shirah,
Kathy Shirah, Cathy Jamison,
Christy Jamison, Molly Causey,
Raymond Harper, Glen Harper,
Rita Rassmussen, Margaret Mamo-
ran, James Mamoran, Elwanda Har-
kas, Rdnniie' Peterson, Cecilia
Strange, Kenny Wayne Weston,
Murry Srnith, Mike Wimberly, Gary
Davis, Sharon Davis, and Kathy
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met January 18 at the
home of Faye Hudson. The presi-
dent, Shirley Daniels, called the
meeting to order, followed by the
roll call and reading of the min-
utes by the secretary, Lynda Sulli-
The new sponsor, Eloise Curry,
THRIFT SHOP NEEDS
DONATIONS OF CLOTHING
Anyone having clothing or other
*merchandise' to donate for-sale 'at
the thrift shop please contact, Mrs.
Bernice/Wager, Mrs, W :-. Mosely
or Mrs. S. H. Barber., ..
;Workers for Saturday, January
Mrs. George Anchors, Mrs. W.
L. Altstaetter and -Mrs. Bill Fend-
was introduced to the membership. Highland View F. D.
Service chairman, Nicky Duggar, Auxiliary Wants Members
reported that the final plans for
the Mother's March to be held this The Highland View Fire Depart-
Thursday have been drawn up. The' ment Ladies Auxiliary met in the
Tri-Hi-Y club from the high school home of Mrs. Steve Daniels Tues-
and several other volunteers will day, January 25.
be assisting the sorority in this The ladies spent the evening
project. writing postal cards to all the citi-
Social chairman, Jo Brown, re- zens of Highland View. The cards
ported that the Valentine Banquet asked for the help of the citizens
will be held February 5 at the Four in building up the Auxiliary and
Winds in Panama City. Dress will cooperating with the Fire Depart-
be semi-formal. ment.
A guest speaker, Elva Jones, pre- A special citizens meeting has
sented a very enjoyable talk on been called for Monday, January
"Gardens", using various colorful 31 at the Highland View School at
illustrations. 7:00 p.m.
The next meeting will be Febru-
ary 1 at the home of Mrs. Jack
Hammock. Mrs. Robert Nedley will
have the program.
S.Midget Investments with
CLYDE FARMER MAKES
FSU "DEAN'S LIST"
Clyde Farmer, student at Florida
State University, Tallahassee was
on the Dean's List for the fall se-
Clyde is also employed by WCTV
W. C. Roche Talks
To Lions Club Monday
The Port St. Joe Lions Club held
its weekly meeting at the St. Joe
Mr. Welton Roche, President of
the Port St. Joe Chamber of Com-
merce, gave a very interesting talk,
about the part the chamber plays
in the county. Mr. Roche said the
Chamber is presently working to
get several industries into Gulf
Mr. Roche said the people, of the
county played a major role in de-
termining whether an industry
chooses Gulf County as a place, to
build their plant or not. Theyare
interested in knowing the, people
that will be working with them
also, what kind of people they will
be doing business with.
Mr. Roche asks that the people
of Gulf County help and support
the Chamber of Commerce.
Marriage of Elizabeth Ann Hammond
And Liddon A. Woodard 'Is Announced
Mr: and Mrs. O. C. Hammond, Sr., announce the marriage of their
daughter, Elizabeth Ann, to Liddon Albert Woodard, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Woodard, Sr., of Chattahoochee. The wedding will be
an event of February 19th at the First Methodist Church in Port St.
Joe, at 7:00 p. m. A reception will,follow in the church fellowship
hall. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are
invited to attend.
Miss /Mary Anne Kilbourne Becomes
The Bride of Louis Henry Vogel Smith
Miss Mary Anne Kilbourn and trimmed hat, served as maid of
Louis Henry Vogel Smith were mar- honor, the. bride's only attendant.
ried in a pnid-afternoon ceremony, Her corsage was designed in white
December 28, in the First 'Method- carnations.
ist Church of Wewahitchka. The
impressive double ring service was Willard Watson of White City
performed by the Reverend Henry and Fort Benning, Georgia, was
performed by the Reverend Henrybest man. Ushers werehomas
D Ifoyt, rector of St. John the best man. ushers were Thomas
Baptist Episcopal Church, and the Lyn Kilbourn, brother of the
Reverend Leonard. L. Howell, pas- brde Gege Norton Kilbourn,
-tor of the First Methodist ,Chursh. e bride's cousin.
The'bride is the daughter of Mr. The bride, given in marriage by
and Mrs. Max W. Kilbourn, wewa- her father,' ore a suit fashioned of
hitchka, and.the bridegroom is the cream-white wool, -accented by a
son of Louis H. V. Smith of Jack- matching mink collar. With her
sonville and -Mrs William Hayes of suit, she wore a mantilla of Belgian,
West Palm Beach. lace and a single white yellow-
The church sanctuary was beau. throated orchid.
Mrs. Max W. Kilbourn; mother
of the bride, chose for her daugh-
ter's wedding a three piece blue
S knit suit with matching accessor-
ies. Her corsage was a white orchid.
Immediately following the cere-
S- mony, a reception was held in the
church annex. Mrs. Dave Gaskin,
'odmother of the bride, greeted
the guests at the door and pre-
sented them to the wedding party.
S- The bride's table, overlaid with
a linen and Belgian lace cloth over
pink, was presided over by Mrs.
Flether Patterson and Miss Rhonda
--- Brown. Centering the table was a
i h i four-tiered wedding cake topped by
S a' miniature bride and groom and
flanked by candelabra holding
Burning pink tapers. A similar
table, covered with lace over pink,
S held the silver-rimmed punch bowl
which was encircled with pink
camellias and fern. Bridal punch
-' -o was served by Mrs. Lawrence Bater
Satman, Mrs. Roscoe Chambliss, and
Miss Magdalene Hubbard.
s- Miss Margaret Chambliss kept
the bride's book which lay on a
small lace-covered table, accented
by a pink camellia in a crystal com-
pote and a single lighted pink
taper. Assisting also with the re-
ception were Mrs. Jack Connell,
Mrs. Harrel Holloway, Mrs. Frank
Graddy, and Mrs. Willard Watson.
For traveling on her wedding
trip ,the bride chose a camel tweed
suit with which she wore brown ac-
cessories and her bridal orchid.
-- The bride attended Wesleyan Col-'
lege, Macon, Georgia, and Jones
College, Jacksonville, where she re-
cently completed work for a medi-
__ cal secretary degree. The bride-
MRS. L. H, V. SIT groom attended Jacksonville Uni-
versity and is a Second Lieutenant,
tifully lighted by burning white United States Army, Fort Benning,
tapers in branched candelabra Georgia. The couple will reside in
flanking the communion table. Columbus, Georgia.
Bridal flowers of white gladioli Out of town guests were: Mrs.
and. chrysanthemums were arrang- J. F. Kilbourn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
ed in tall baskets and repeated in Campbell, Panama City; George
a low spreading bouquet which cen- Bradford, Apalachicola; Mrs. Clif-
tki~ed'the communion table and fo- ford Montgomery, Butler, Georgia;
caused attention on the gleaming Mrs. Janie Dunn-Eiland, Brantley,
cross. Alabama; Louis H. V. Smith and
: Fletcher Patterson, organist, pre- Walter Smith, Jacksonville; Mrs.
sented a program of appropriate'Norton Killourn, Miss Fran Rob-
music preceding the ceremony and bins, Mrs; Charles Brown, Miss
played the traditional wedding Elizabeth Brown, Fayette Kilbourn,
marches. Mrs. Silas R. Stone, Miss Brenda
Miss Patricia Montgomery, cousin Ward, William J. Rish, Walter
of thebride, dressed in a cranberry Dodson, E. 'T. Pridgeon, Port St.
wool suit with a small veiled mink- Joe.
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THE STA, PortSt. Joe, Florida THURSAY, JANUARY 27, 19 Stt'Mrs. Sara McIntosh and Mrs. Ka lan Mad for
,St M, argaret's Alsobrook as appointed delegates, Pla s Made for
Civil Defense Will Sponsor Second Guild Met Monday was discussedeeA serocal houerth os-e n Wewa
Basic Small Arms Training Course St Margaret's Guild of St. James tess followed the discussion. Plans for the Valentine Dance to
Episcopal Church met Monday, Members attending were: Mrs. be held Saturday night, February
The Office of Civil Defense with the foolish and inexperienced. Re- January 24th ,at 3:00 p. m. at th Lessie Barber, Mrs. Mary Wylie, 12, at the Community Building in
A.P. Jackson as its director ishes member accidents don't just hap- home of Mrs. Kate Alsobrook on Mrs. Lulu Bellows, Mrs. Monica Wewahitchka have been completed
tan nce sponsorship o a N pen, they are.caused by ignorance the Beach. Stone, Mrs. Virginia Owens, Mrs. according to Eddie Belle White,
to announce sponsorship of a N.R.A or disregard for safe procedure. In the absence of the chairman, Lila Brouillette, Mrs. Sara McIn- chairman of the Gulf County Heart
Thicourse will be conductedby a There of safety and proper Mrs. Monica Stone presided, call- tosh, Mrs. Josephine Arbogast, Mrs. Fund.
This course will be conducted by a he .rues o sa n propering the meeting to order with a Kate Alsobrook. Guests were Mrs.
group of N.R.A. certified instruc- gun handling play a most promin- ing the meeting to order with a Kate Alsobrook. Guests were Mrs.
group of N.R.A. certare qualified instruc- gun handling the course. The benefits rayer. The program entitled, "The Almeda Sinclair of Tallahassee and Louie Weaver and his orchestra
vtors o red qal ed bn the student are te Church Women Go Calling," was her mother, Mrs. Julia Mullins of will play from 8 p. m. until 12. The
valid credentials. The purpose of received byi the s de adeffcient presented by Mrs. Josephine Arbo- Tampa. Mrs. Sinclair and Mrs. Mul- proceeds will be given to the Heart
the course is to provide means traimng in the safe and efficient gast. lines were guests of Mrs. Lila Brouil- Fund.
whereby citizens who are interest- use f firearms which will help st. lines were guests of Mrs.
ed in small arms training may be him to be a better shooter, a better; The Diocesan Council meeting in letter. Decorations are under the super-
assured of such training through hunter or better prepared to de- Jacksonville for January 25-27, with The business meeting of the vision of Mrs. Claude Lister, Jr.,
the guidance of competent instruc- fend his life and country if neces- Women of St. James will be held and David Bidwell.
tors. The gun will always have a ro- sary. items except guns. February 7 at the Parish House at Admission will be $5.00 per
imdntic appeal for Americans be- Anyone interested in the course The officers are as follows:' Pb- 3:30 p. m. and the next meeting couple and semi-formal, according
case of tihe.part it.played in. the. should contact Jack WilliamS, lic Relations, R. B. Fox; Secretary, of St. Margaret's Guild will be at to Mrs. Irene Britt, treasurer of
Settling of ourceountry and few.of Clerk, City Hail. Registration date Jack Williams; Chief Instructor, R. the home of Mrs. Lulu Bellows on Gulf County Heart Fund.
us fail to iespondiwhen we read' f will be. to Febriiary 11, City Hall. V. (Bob) Buchert Certified Instruc- February 14, at 3 p.in., at 202 8th The public is invited to attend
th. exploits. of the ien who won The fee" for the'course is $4.00 for tors, James McInnis, John Simp- Street. this special event.
tIe. West, but, it .can also be very adults plus $2.00 each child in fam- son, Bob Faliski, Randy McClain, n -- .
dangerous when in .the hands of ily, which' includes all necessary Jack Myer.sand' Bob Stebel. SAY'YOU SAW IT IN THE StAF READ THE CLASSIFIEDS,
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First Baptist Members Enjoy Evening of
Fellowship With Covered Dish Supper
On Tuesday night, January 18th, ly by the church, Brotherhood and
at 7 p. m., in the Social Hall of the Woman's Missionary Union.
new Educational Building of the On departing for their various
First Baptist Church, a covered homes each one expressed their
dish dinner was enjoyed by be- pleasure for a wonderful fellow-
tween 150 and 175 people. ship together and hoped we would
have many more such occasions
This was the first church-wide have many more such occasions
fellowship dinner to be held in the where the entire family could come
new building together for an evening of enter-
new building tainment.
Members and their families, also
friends and visitors enjoyed a boun-
teous repast together.
Rev. C. Byron Smith returned
thanks and a well-laden table with
a variety of good food greeted the
C. G. Costin, Sr., presented Bro-
and Mrs. Smith with a gift of a
"lazy susan" from the church, Bro-
therhood 'and Woman's Missionary
Union, on their llth anniversary
of service here with the church.
Bro. Smith expressed thanks on
behalf of Mrs. Smith and himself
for the gift.
Miss Willie Mae Giles and Miss
Sharon Thornton were in charge of
entertainment which afforded much
laughter for all.
The dinner was sponsored joint-
FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE NO. 2
Circle No. 2 of the First Baptist
Church met with Mrs. J. D. Davis,
Monday, January 17th, with nine
members present and three visit-
ors, Mrs. C. D. Spears, Mrs. Sowell
and little Miss Sowell.
Mrs. E. Daniell was in charge of
the meeting in the absence of our
chairman, Mrs. Marshall. Call to
prayer was given and Psalm 116:1,
by Mrs. Davis.
The circle program, "What Is
Missionary Education," was given
by Mrs. E. Daniell, Mrs. Goodson,
Mrs. C. G. Costin. A short business
meeting was held.
The hostess served refreshments
to members and guests.
Long Avenue Baptist Church Circles
Have Meetings During the Past Week
LOTA PALMER CIRCLE
The Lota Palmer Circle of Long
Avenue Baptist. Church met Tues-
day. at 8:30 a. m. with Mrs. H. L.
Mrs. N. G. Martin, chairman,
opened the meeting with prayer.
After a brief business meeting,
Mrs. Bobby Lee Huckeba, program
chairman, rendered a very inter-
esting 'program, "Indians of New
Mexico," from Royal Service. Those
taking part were: Mrs. M. L. Britt,
Mrs. Troy Parrish, Mrs. H. L. Ford,
Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs. J. O. Lucas,
hostess. The February meeting will
be with Elizabeth Snellgrove.
ELEANOR HOWELL CIRCLE
The Eleanor Howell Circle of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church met
in the home of Mrs. John Dickey
January 18, with five members
The meeting was opened by cir-
cle chairman, Jessie Core. Dee
Laird gave the call to prayer and
led the circle in giving the watch-
.wQrd. She also led in-prayer. Min-
nie Hutchins, program chairman,
1--al,+ +1- cr- +-
Mrs. Frank Barnes. lorougni. ne program on mte in-
dians of New Mexico with the as-
Call to prayer was given by Mrs. distance of other members.
Troy Parrish. Prayer was given by The hostess served delicious re-
Mrs. N. G. Martin. freshments and the meeting was
A suit case of clothes and otherlclosed with prayer by Minnie
useful articles was collected to be Hutchins. The next meeting is to
sent to the Indians. be held in the home of Mrs. Hut-
The meeting was dismissed with chins.
the Indian prayer by all present.
DOROTHY CLARK CIRCLE
EDNA HORTON CIRCLE :Mrs. John McKenzie was hostess
The Edna Horton Circle of the for the Dorthy Clark Circle of the
;Long Avenue W. M. S. met Wed-
nesday morning at the home of
Faye Robbins, with six members
The meeting was opened with.
prayer by Louise Holland. Prayer
Calendar was given by Mary Early.
After the business session a most
interesting program was presented
by Chairman Faye Robbins, "What
Is Missionary Education?" Those
taking part were: Sandra Raffield,
Mary Early, Lillian Hall, Louise
Holland, Jimmie Hardy. The meet-
ing was closed with prayer by Jim-
Refreshments were served by the
Long Avenue Baptist Church when
they met for their January meet-
ing Tuesday, January 18.
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
Gene Fowler with the Call to
Prayer ,and was followed by a
short business meeting.
A very interesting program on
"Indians of New Mexico," was given
by several of the members.
The. meeting was closed with the
reading of The Indian Prayer.
Delicious refreshments were
served by Mrs. McKenzie to\ Mrs.
George McLawhon, Mrs. Wesley
Ramsey, Mrs. W. P. Dockery, Mrs.
Mickey Bateman, Miss Alma Bag-
.get and Mrs. Fowler.
Strikes and Spares
LADIES BOWLING LEAGUE
On lanes 1 and 2 Whits Four won
three games from Citizens Federal
with Lois Smith leading with a 552
series, high series for the alleys
Wednesday night, also high for the
league. Citizens Federal won one
with Louise S. leading with a 398
446 series. Leading the losing teanr
was Vivian Hardy, a substitute
with a 457 series.
On lanes 7 and 8 Glidden wor
all four games from Raffield's witl
Evelyn Smith leading with a 51(
series. She had a good game oj
206. Leading the losing team wa,
Jo Brown with a 389 series.
On lanes 3 and 4, Econo-Wash
won three games from Cooper STANDINGS W
Chevrolet with Bennie Hunter lead- Glidden 37
ing with a 381 series. Cooper's won Comforter 43
one with Anna Smith leading with Whit's Four ------ 37
a 419 series. Rich's 36%
Cooper Chevrolet -- 24
On lanes 5 and 6 Comforter's Citizens Federal _____ 23
won all four games from Rich's Econo-Wash ---------19_
with Elise Rogers leading with a Raffield's 18
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966
"'Balls and Pins"
Ladies Winter League Pate's team could not seem to
Amison's Seafood bounced back get in there, although Connie Kirk-
this week, taking 3 out of 4 games land reached a 427 total.
from Pate's Shell Service. Three of
* Pesmhm e oc d 4 e Jitney Jungle regained second
heir team members rolled 400 se- Jitney Jungle regained second
ries. Verna Burch was high bowler place this week with their 3-1 win
with her 471 total. Ann Whittle's i over rival, 13-Mile Oyster Co. Gloria
175 was high game and her total Morgan had two fine games of 173
was 458. Lois Smith ended with and 178, ending with 510. Evelyn
114 for Amison's. We must give Smith had a high 191 game and 513
,ula credit, too! She came close series. Billie Padgett led 13-Mile
with a 397 series. with a 446 series. Martha Ward's
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
3 .- -.
156 game was high game for 13-
The Whitfield Strikers downed
Tapper's Senators 3-1. Mary A.
Lyons led the team with her 438
series. Vivian Hardy had a 179
game and 436 series, and Mildred
Kennington a 426 total. Ruby Lu-
as' had a high 194 game and 479
series. Jerry Freeman added a good
549 series for the Strikers.
Beaman's Plumbing downed
Dixie Seafood with 3 wins and 1
loss. Eleanor Williams led Bea-
man's with high series, 455. Loyce
Beamon's 214 game was high game
for the alleys. Loyce ended with
433 for Beaman's. Mory Brown
picked up the 4-6-7 split and the
5-10 and ended with 429 for Dixie
'Standings: W. L.
Amison's Seafood ------ 47 25
Jitney Jungle __------ 30 32
13-Mile Oyster Co. -___ 38% 33
Dixie Seafood ___-----------36 36
Tapper's Senators ------- 35 37
Beaman's Plumbing _____- 33 39
Whitfield Strikers ____-- 33 39
Pate's Shell Service ____- 26 46
On Lanes 1 and 2 Monday night,
13-Mile took 2 points from Vitro
I with Vitro I winning 1. 13-Mile
had Joe Davis up front with 533.
Red Tag Special
Gay's Tire & Appliance
410 REID AVENUE PHONE 229-1876
Advice to Lovers: Don't forget Valentine's Day is February 14th!
Social Security People Urge Completion
Of Medicare Application Forms Soon
Many individuals have not com- Security office immediately, Carey
pleted the Medicare enrollment emphasized. Of course, you want
forms that were sent sometime ago, to be sure to complete the enroll
according to John V. Carey, District ment form that you received with
Manager of the Panama City Social out further delay. It must be com
Security office. The necessary ap- pleted before April if you are to be
plications to enroll for Medicare protected by Medicare starting ir
should be in the hands of most peo- July '1966.
pie at the present time. "There are individuals in our
"Last fall Medicare card forms seven county area who are age 65
were sent to 142 million railroad and over who are not known to
and Social Security beneficiaries," us," Carey said. These people are
Carey added. Last week a second not drawing Social Security, rail
card was being mailed to nearly road retirement, civil service an
five million people who failed to nuity, or welfare benefits and, ac
complete the first one. In Florida cordingly, have not been mailed
more than 140,000 people failed to enrollment forms. Many of these
reply out of over 560,000 cards aged people are still working anc
mailed last fall. have not filed a claim because they
"We released Medicare enroll- do not meet the retirement test tc
ment forms during the first week enable them to draw Social Secur
of this month to all aged individ- ity checks However shou
uals in our seven county area who file a claim to enroll for Medicare
drew welfare payments but do not before April. You qualify for Medi
draw Social Security benefits,"' Ca- care if you enroll on time, wheth
rey continued. Individuals who re er or not you areretired. There ar
rey also many aged individuals'in oui
ceive a civil service annuity have also many aged individuals in ou
either been mailed Medicare en- Sarea w ve n er and w a Soca
rollment forms or will receive them ecury mb dwho
before the end of this month. never worked in Social Securit
employment. Again, these individ
If you are included in any of the uals will qualify for Medicare bul
four groups above and have not they must be enrolled before Apri:
received a Medicare, enrollment of this year.
form, contact your nearest Social
"Younger relatives and friends
of individuals age 65 and over
Vitro I had Danny Maddox top man should help older people take the
with 530. necessary action now," Carey con
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Glidden win cluded. Individuals who are age 65
their first in three weeks by tak- who do not enroll for Medicare be-
ing three from Costin. Eddy Palagyi fore April will have to wait until
is back up front for Glidden with October 1967 for another chance.
524. Costin had Ashley Costin with At that time, medical insurance un-
a 482. der Medicare will cost more than
Lanes 5 and 6 had Cooper Chev- $3.00 a month and it will not take
rolet and St. Jos. Tel. & Tel. split- effect until July 1968.
ting, each winning two. For Coop- Finally, if you receive a Social
her's, it was Rich Richardson with Security, railroad retirement, civil
546. St. Joe. Telephone had Virgil service annuity, or a -welfare pay-
Daniels with 516. ment-
Lanes 7 and 8 saw St. Joe Lanes Complete the Medicare enroll-
drop three to Vitro II. Wayne Smith ment form that you were mailed, if
had a good night with a series of you have not done so.
604. and games of 222 and 223 for If you did not receive an enroll-
St. Joe Lanes. Vitro II spotlighted ment form, contact your nearest
Louie Holland with 416. Social Security office immediately.
Standings: W. L. If you are not receiving benefits
Cooper Chevrolet ______ 50 26 in any of the four groups ,you will
Vitro I 47 281/2 have to contact your nearest Social
Costin 38 37 Security office to obtain the proper
13-Mile Oyster ------ 36/2. 39% enrollment forms.
Glidden 34 38 The Social Security office for
St. Jos. Tel. &'Tel. __ 33 39 this area is located at 1135 Har-
St. Joe Lanes ________ 32 44 prison Avenue, Panama City, tele-
Vitro II 27 49 I phone 763-5331.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
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"
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00
TRAINING UNION 6:15
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:30
I "Come and Worship God With Us" I
$2.50 Size $4 Size
CLEANSER BEAUTIFIER $1.25 $2.50
HAND and BODY LOTION
desert Flower $1.00 Size
Desert Flower $2.50 Size
$2.50 Size $4 Size
Large Selection of Valentine Candy
Valentine Day, Monday, Feb. 14.
You can rely on our Graduate Pharmacist and Fresh,
Pure Drugs for Your Prescriptions.
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
- Say You Saw It In The Star--
Say y care..
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with an electric range
Research shows a third of all women really
wanted a major appliance for Christmas.
If you didn't get the message then,why not
give her a valentine that says you care
- in a big way? A modern electric range gives her
precision-controlled cooking (You'll enjoy
the results.) And one of the new easy-cleaning
ovens turns a hard job into a simple one.
To say nothing of all the work saved by
not having to scour soot from pots and pans.
Because electric cooking is flameless.
Come to think of it, that's the main reason
an electric range and oven-says you care.
We suggest you see your dealer now. before you
forget that Valentihe's Day is Feb. 14th.
REllFURM O THEl CHEVROLET WAY
The standard engine in both the Chevelle SS convertible firm-riding, flat-cornering suspension and wide-base
and hardtop is a 396-cubic-inch Turbo-Jet V8 with 325 hp. wheels with red-stripe nylon tires.
The standard transmission is a fully synchronized 3-speed Is this the kind of no-compromise road machine you're
with floor-mounted stick shift. (Yes, you can order a looking for? Drop into your dealer's and point an SS black
4-speed or Powerglide. Strato-bucket front seats and con- grille toward an open stretch of highway. You'll find out
sole, too.) And the SS 396 chassis comes complete with -quick.
All kinds of cars, all in one place... at your Chevrolet dealer's Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy II Corvair Corvette
We say it with se
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966 During This Seasn,
A THE STAR
Published Evrry Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Mlso Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman. Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PoSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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lo not bold themselves liable 'or damage further than amount received for eahb
e spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word. I. thoughtfaul
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; th printed word thorough o
rinces; The spoken word is lost; tha printed word remains.
EXPLAIN THIS PLEASE
We would like to have something explained to us. In a
satisfactory manner to settle our mind, we would like to hear
just how a proposed bargecanal from East Bay in Bay
County to the Chipola Cut-Off and thence up the Apalachi-
cola River is going to benefit Gulf County.
In an article in Sunday's- Panama City News-Herald
:written by Mike Darley, the writer explained in loose terms
how a canal proposed by the Committee of 100 of the Bay
County Chamber of Commerce .who endorsed such a canal,
would help, financially, Panama City, Port St. Joe and
Now we can easily see the truth in part of the article.
We can see where such a proposal would aid Panama
:But:we cannot see where diverting river traffic in Pan-
ama City's direction can, by any stretch of the imagination,
help Gulf County in any way. except to provide drainage
for a certain large tract of land.
Let's look at the situ4ion and see if we can see any
good for Gulf County coming out of such a proposal.
The proposed canal would come into East Bay which is
some few miles west of the Gulf County canal which comes
into Port St. Joe. Is river traffic going to make practically.
an about face up the Intra-Coastal Canal, to the Gulf County
Canal and thence to Port St. Joe ... or will it continue in a
straight line to Panama City, which will be closer than Port
St., Joe? This shouldn't be hard to figure out.
So how is the plan going to help Port St. Joe?
How will the new canal help Wewahitchka?
The present waterway up the Apalachicola River comes
within a couple of miles of Wewahitchka now. Any asset to
Wewahitchka by an adjacent waterway is already at hand.
Wewahitchka will not be an unloading and loading station
because it is not. a seaport. Any local products or raw ma-
terials destined for local consumption now has access to
waterway on the Apalachicola River. So, what is the benefit
to Wewahitchka ? Frankly we can't see anymore benefit
:than is now at hand.
For several years, Gulf County has had a Port Authority
in action waiting for the completion of the Three Rivers Sys-
tem, at which time it will be their duty to act to bring to
realization the operation of Port St. Joe,as the outlet seaport
for the system. As a matter of fact the Three Rivers System
has in several meetings considered Port St.' Joe as its outlet
port to the Gulf of Mexico.
Now that the project is reaching the completion stage,
Bay County thinks they will step in and take over.
We know that our local port enthusiasts and waterways
committee men are not going to sit still for this and we urge
every private citizen of Gulf County to put support behind
.keeping the Intra-Coastal Waterway as it now stands for it
-will surely provide citizens of all of Gulf County with many
jobs in the future..
"SET 'EM UP, TEACHER!"
As every parent knows, kids learn the darndest things
in school these days.- However, something new is being
Advocated in education that is likely to jar the hardiest. One
'of these days a visitor to Public School 13 may overhear
something like the following:
", Sei 'em up again, Miss Jones. I'm just, hic, getting
: relaxed, kid."
This sort of thing may come from recommendations
made to the New York Academy of Sciences recently by a
Harvard University psychiatrist, Dr. Morris Chafetz. The
good professor advanced the idea that children should be
taught to imbibe booze properly and that this kind of educa-
tion could best be provided by our schools. Naturally.
Pointing out that alcohol is here to stay, and presumably
on the theory that if you can't lick it you should join up with
it, Dr. Chafetz'said, "people must learn to develop a healthy
attitude to it." If children can be given this healthy attitude,
fortified with experience, the professor believes they will not
degenerate into alcoholics.
The Chafetz plan would start the child on spirits in the
elementary, grades and would take him through college on a
varied diet of alcoholic beverages. This would not only stop
..thirsts but would help the kids with their, social behavior
problems, according to. Dr. Chafetz. However, the program
is highly scientific, as is everything that briginates on the
.Harvard campus. No straight shots of bourbon and no dry
Heaters uon'T LausE
Take Care That
SYour Death at Night
By Russell Kay
Well there is some good coming
out of the transportation strike in
New York, a lot of folks who have
been needing exercise for years are
getting it and there is more sure-
enough fresh air in the city than
most folks can remember.
They say the "pen is mightier
than the sword" but.we are find-
ing out that the "Quill is might-
ier than the politicians, the public
interest and the Supreme Court
The situation isn't pleasant for a
thinking man to contemplate for
it indicates what a few willful la-
bor leaders can do not only to our
large cities but to the nation as a
whole and this evil power has been
handed to them on a silver platter
by selfish politicians willing to sell
their country down the river for
We have been asking for it for a
long time and I am afraid the situ-
ation will get much worse before
it gets better.
Have, you ever. stopped to con-
sider what would happen if the
Longshoremen and Teamsters all
decided to-follow some leader like
Quill and went on strike at the
In a very short time a large per-
centage of our population would
starve to death. It wouldn't take
very long for all business and in-
dustry to come to a complete stand-
Supermarket shelves in'our great
metropolitan centers would be
empty in a week or so, millions of
babies would b'e without milk, hos-
pitals and,clinics would be without
medicines and supplies, filling sta-
tions would have no gasoline and
money, whether you happened to
have alot or a little, wouldn't help
No one ever thought a city like
New York would be all snarled up
and helpless by the action of ONE
union. Nobody ever thought the,
day would come when a fanatical
labor leader would tell a Supreme
Court Judge to "Drop Dead" on a
national hook-up buit it has hap-
pened and we can thank Congress
and political bosses of the nation
who have brought it on through
their coddling of labor over the
For a long time we have prided
ourselves as being the greatest and
most powerful nation on earth. We
have felt secure in our position
and the courage, common sense and
Naunoo srun abpecu leq' msTrouled
great has been slipping. A large
segment of our population no long-
er feels a stir of pride when the
flag goes by or bothers to lift the
We are too busy worrying about
our personal pay envelope or bank
balance to give much thought to
the American boys who are fight-
ing in Viet Nam or other trouble
spots. We are apathetic when we
read of student riots and burning
of draft cards.
We can brag about our Peace
Corps ,our Medical Aid for the
Aged, our Foreign Aid and Our
Great Society but all of it can come
tumbling down in a mighty short
time if some powerful labor group
decides it is time to get tough and
calls a general strike. That will be
the day that America goes down
the drain and don't kid yourself
that it can't happen here. Our po-
litical leaders have set up the dom-
inoes and, they can all go down
with a bang if somebody starts the
reaction with one little push.
martinis would be served in the first or second grades. Pre-
sumably this would be for older men and women, in high
school.' At first the wine list for tiny tots would be restricted
to sherry and eeuk! this fermented grape juice would
be diluted with water. If the child did not take the pledge
at this point he would presumably go on to more delectable
products of grape and grain.
Unfortunately, Dr. Chafetz did not clarify many points
in his preliminary pitch. Will teachers be expected to match
drinks with their young charges? Will all those casks and
cases rolled into our public schools be underwritten by federal
aid to education? Will that other Harvard Professor, Ken-
neth Galbraith, endorse this as part of the public sector of
the affluent society?
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bring you the Best Service available, we
proudly announce the addition of a
NEW 1966 CADILLAC
To Our Fleet.
We invite you to see and inspect this and all
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
PORT ST. JOE
PENSIONS THAT ARE TAX-FREE
NEED NOT BE REPORTED
Jacksonville-Do you get a pen-
sion or an annuity? Pension and
annuity payments received by resi-
dents of Florida during 1965 fall
into one of these three classes for
Federal income tax purposes: non-
taxable, fully taxable, or partly tax-
able, the Internal Revenue Service
Pensions that are. tax-free and
need not be reported on federal
returns, include Social Security
payments, Railroad Retirement Act
pensions, pensions to veterans, and
family benefits and disability re-
tirement pay of military personnel.
retired on disability resulting from
Payments received by a retired
employee from a pension plan pro-
vided by his employer, without cost
to the employee, are fully taxable.
If you purchased an annuity, or
if you retired under a plan financ-
ed jointly by you and your em-
ployer, part of the payments re-
ceived by you will be taxed. The
computation of the taxable portion
is based on a formula which per-
mits the recovery of your cost tax.
If you contributed a part of the
cost of your pension or annuity,
and will recover your entire cost
within three years after retirement,
you report nothing as income until
you recover your cost. After that,
all amounts received are fully tax-
Document No. 5018, which fur-
nishes more detailed information
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8.00 x 14 Tubeless blackwall 19.12 9.56
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Expectant Mothers -
We Now Carry A
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ANSWER: It can't! Dollars spent away are gone
forever. Dollars spent-here stimulate local trade
activity, finance business expansion and increase
Where is the money coming from to maintain
and improve our schools, civic services, our churches
hospital, and other community facilities?
ANSWER: Much of it must come from taxes paid
and contributions made by our local business peo-
ple. Part of every dollar you spend helps build a
better community for you.
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-' SERVING GULF OCJNTY SINCE 1946
- I I- II
That cherry glow of warmth from window or door to admit some
the gas heater can make all the fresh air.
difference on a frigid winter night Making a physical effort won't
when the central heating has been be easy. The symptoms include not
shut off until morning, only headache, faintness, dizziness,
It can make all the difference ringing in the ears and nausea, but
between waking up and not waking also a tremendous lethargy and
up., in the morning-between life loss of purpose. Despite a possible
and death. In spite of laws regulat- feeling of "Oh, who needs to both-
ing the use of gas heaters in most er," any suspicion that there is car-
communities, each winter still bon monoxide in the air should
brings a tragic harvest of fatalities make one summon every ounce of
due to carbon monoxide poisoning. will power to get out of bed, turn
off the guilty appliance, and ven-
This disaster can happen when tilate the room.
tilate the room.
the heating device is defective or
not properly vented to the open Your Christmas Seal association
air, or when there is no supply .of suggests: If you should be present
fresh air in the room. The sleeping at the scene where some one has
victim can become asphyxiated and been affected by carbon monoxide
die' without regaining conscious- or any gas poisoning, your first
ness. If he is lucky enough to be necessary steps are: (a) move the
awakened by discomfort in breath- victim into fresh air; (b) if breath-
ing, certain symptoms of carbon ing is poor or pulse has stopped,
monoxide poisoning should warn give .artificial respiration; (c) sum-
him to get out of bed and takq the mon medical aid by phoning police
first immediate step necessary to emergency service, a hospital, or a
save his life-the opening of a doctor.
Too Late To Classify
Have You Asked Yourself
Why should you travel extra miles and use ui
extra hours to shop out of town?
ANSWER: You Shouldn't! You can save time,
gas and trouble by shopping right here in' your
hometown stores. Furthermore, modern distribu-
tioil brings the newest merchandise here as fast as
anywhere and lower overhead costs than in larger
places helps keep prices DOWN.
How can this community grow and prosper,
provide career opportunities for our young people,
unless hometown folks spend most of their money
here at home?
THESE SPECIALS GOOD JANUARY 26, 27 27 and 29
Shop these Food Values for
DUBUQUE'S FRESH LEAN
DUBUQUE"'S FRESH LEAN
Beef lb. 39c
DUBUQUE'S FINE BEEF
DUBUQUE'S FRESH LEAN
SP E CIALS
COLLARDS ----- 19c
J U I C E.---- 4 for $1.00
RUTABAGAS ----__ b. 5c
L E M 0 NS --- 5 for 10c
CREME PIES ----- ea. 23c
Martha White-Limit 1 with $5.00 Order
F L 0 U R ---5 lbs. 39c
Premium Limit 1
SALTINE CRACKERS -_ lb. 25c
1 With This Coupon And
S$10.00 Order or More
MAXWELL HOUSE LB. CAN
DUBUQUE'S FINE BEEF SHOULDER
ROUND STEAK COFFEE
Limit 1 Can with $7.00 Order or More
Dubuque's Fine Beef CHUCK
Dubuque's Fine Brisket Stewing
DUNCAN HINES Yellow, White, Devil Food
Cake Mixes 3pkgs. 99c
BAMA 18 Oz. Jar (Limit 1)
Armour's With Beans
Armour's Corned Beef 15 Oz. Tin
COPELAND RANGER BRAND-
Slab Bacon lb.
Frosty MomA -12 Oz. Pkg.
4 cans $1.
Sliced, lb. 69c H L COO
ed, lb GALLO BOTTLE Limit 1
Frosty Morn Farm Style
m m -i -m
Hunt's 22 Oz. Can Limit 3 Cans Coffee Creamer 3 Oz.
Peaches can 19c Pream jar 25c
1 -%- T,4 4
SAUSAGE Ib. 59c k -, .
I -- CATSUP
POLE BEANS Ib 19c
Potatoes 3 ibs. 25c
__________'________, ____ \__
. 6 Bottle Carton Plus Deposit
Domino or White Gold 5 Lb. Bag
5 lb. bag I
Limit 1 with $5.00
Order or More
- .. 13 1
3 cans $1.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966
^n ,I IN
..By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
We were in Wewahitchka last Thursday night for the presenta-
tion by the architect of plans for the new Gulf County Courthouse.
The building looks good on paper. The architect has incorporated
many usqfulland functional features. One of the features is con-
structing the.building so that there will be a central suite of offices
or storage facilities. This portion of the building is designed for
growth and the building is so arranged so' that this part can be
used as a fallout shelter.
One good thing about the building is that it provides ample
room for everybody.
.' There's one thing about the new courthouse that has us a little
In the present courthouse, the Sheriff's kitchen for preparing
Prisoner's meals is directly adjacent to the court room, where the
County Commission holls its meetings. It has *been the habit in
the past for the Sheriff to provide some of the best potato pie this
side of Canada, good rich whole milk and coffee for the Commis-
I sioners during their coffee break.
The new jail is in a separate building behind the courthouse.
We wonder if the Commissioners will "break" all the way to the
jail kitchen or will the Sheriff cater?
There's an article in this week's paper provided by the TB and
Health Association concerning care with unvented heaters during this,
cold weather especially at night.
You might say, "What of it? This has never happened to me
and isn't likely too,"
But it happened across the street from The Star the other day.
Rita Brown, bookkeeper for St. Joe Auto Parts was in her office,.
with a gas heater ,going, while the clerks were in the back check-
ing in freight. When Joe Stevens came to the front ,he noticed Rita
apparently asleep and went into the office to awaken her. He found
that the heater had burned all the oxygen out of the air to the point
where the heater couldn't burn anymore, and had gone but. Miss
Brown was on her way to an asphyxiated death.
So it can happen,here Take care.
SJPC Record Year
(Continued From Rage 1)
-nanufacture and dwindling Euro-
?ean forests are making this area
i prime market for paper, pulp and
Five St. Joe Students On
Gulf Coast Dean's List
A total of 134 students at Gulf
Coast Junior College were named
to the "Dean's List" for butstand-
ing work done during the fall se-
aperr products. ne said tnat ior 'mester.
the use of paper in Europe per Among those listed were Wanda
:apita to .come up to half that of Odom, Douglas Hallmon, Wayne
:he U. S., our mills would have to Braxton, Leon Hobbs and Ellis
increase production by 50 percent. Stevens, Jr., from Port St. Joe.
Guests of' the club were Ann ___
3elin of the Keyettes, Jake Belin Newcomers to the Port St. Joe
and Billy Antley pf the Key Club, community incldue:
Tim Taylor of Mobile, Ala., John Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. McPher-
Lentz of St. -Louis, Mich., and Sam son, Ward Ridge Trailer Park.
Morgan andA. C. Smith of Panama Mr. and Mrs. Harry Royals, Oak
City. Grove Trailer Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Schley Kemp,
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR Highland View Trailer Park.
Sharks Have A Perfect
Week With 3 Victories
The Port St. Joe Sharks basket-
ball team seems to. be gaining con-
fidence and poise as the season
nears an end, and this confidence
is, being reflected in decisive vic-
tories over some good teams in the
During the past week the Sharks
downed Sopchoppy 112 to 53 Fri-
day night, using their reserves for
most of the game; defeated Rick-
ards of Tallahassee Saturday night,
97 to 59 and defeated a favored
Madison team Monday evening 99
The Sharks victory over Sop-
choppy was their first 100 point
plus effort of the year, and they
apparently' liked the feel of that
100 points so much, they nearly
reached it again twice, before the
week end play was over.
Steady Jake Belin, floor leader
-for the Sharks paced the Sbpchop-
py victory with 32 points. Tall Da-
vid Macomber continued to con-
trol the backboards with 22 re-
bounds and 22 points during his
abbreviated tour of duty last Fri-
day' night. Reserve' Danny' Wall
bucketed 18 points for the Sharks
and David Lee put 11 points thru
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe -_- 32 30 32 18-112
Sopchoppy __ 12 10 15 16- 53
St. Joe fg ft.tp Sopch'py fg ft tp
Belin 15 2 32 Lawhon 6 4 16
Mcmber 10 2 22 'ram 1 0 2
Ray 1 0 2 Posey 7 0 14
Oaks 2 3 9 McDon'ld 00 0
Lee 4 3 11 Tully 2 2 6
Tram'l 20 4 Jones 5 1 11
Lewis 1 1. 3 Strickl'd 1 0 2
McFarl'd 3 0 6 Avila 0 2 2
Weston 2 0 4 Gray 0 0 0
Wall 7 4 18
Cox 11 3
Saturday night, the Sharks in-
vaded Tallahassee to completely
dominate Rickards., Big David Ma-
comber was the man of the hour
Frank E. Guilford
Candidate for House
Frank E. Guilford of Blounts-
town, who represented Calhoun
County in the Florida Legislature
as a House member in the. 1963 and
1965 sessions of the Legislature,
has announced his candidacy to
serve the newly formed Three-
County House District of Calhoun,
Gulf and Liberty Counties in the
1967 session of the Legislature.
Mr. Guilford is thirty-seven years
of age, married, and has three chil-
Mr. Guilford is in the educational
field professionally and has served
as a teacher in the Blountstown
High School, and during the past
eight years has been Elementary
School Supervisor of Calhoun Coun-
ty, he has a Bachelor's degree and
Master's degree from Florida State
University and is considered a lead-
er in his field,
He is active in church, civic and
fraternal affairs. He is a member
of the Methodist Church, and has
been a member of th., Official
Board, :Masonic Lodge, Shriners,
Elks, Lions Club and American Le-
He enjoyed the confidence and
respect of other House members
Red Tag Special
Gay's Tire & Appliance
410 REID AVENUE
scoring department with 26 points.
Only two of Rickards men scored
in the double figures, Rowe with
with his 34 points and 22 rebounds.
Jake Belin again hit high in the
19 points and Rizar with 12.
The Sharks really worked on
Rickards in the second and third
periods picking up 30 and 29 points
to 10 and 17 points for Rickards.
Port St. Joe __- 19 30 29 19-97
Rickards ------- 16 1Q 17 16-59
fg ft tp Rickards fg ft tp
16 2 34 Newcomb 2 4 8
40 8 Horton 00 0
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House of Representatives, was then
elected to the Senate where he
served two terms (8) years with dis-
tinction, and retired undefeated
from the Senate due to the old ro-
Former Senator Branch served
on many important committees dur-
ing his tenure in the State Senate, encouragement being offered him
among them being Chairman of by numerous citizens throughout
Forestry and Parks, Public Roads the five counties is most encourag-
and Highways, Finance and Taxa-
tion, Constitutional Amendments, ing, and in fairness to his friends
Temperance, Welfare, and Game and supporters thrbughop tli dis-
and Fisheries. trict he will make a definite dec'
Mr. Branch says the support and ion within a few days.
Belini 12 2 2o Bailey U u
Lee 2 4 8 Golden 2 4 8 FOR SALE: Dixie Belle Motel. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished INCOME-SPARE TIME
Ray 2 0 4 -Walsh 4 0 8 'Ideal man and wife set-up. Small 'house. 212 12th Street. Phone No selling. Refill and collect
Oaks 1 1' 3 lowe 6 7 19 down payment, 6% financing. Box 229-3866. tfc-1-20 money from new type coin operat-
Maddok 1 0 2 Imith 1 2 4 185, Port St. Joe. tfc.1-6 -- ed dispensers in this area. Must
,Lewis 2 0 4 Rozan 5 2 12 FOR RENT: Furnished one bed- have car, references, 550 to $1850
Wall 0 0 0 FOR SALE: Lots in Beacon Hill room apartment at 1505 Monu-' cash. Ten hours weekly can net ex-
McFarl'd 1 0 21 subdivision, excellent for trailer ment Ave., Phone 229-1141. tfc cellent income. More time can re-
Tram'L '1 0, 21. use. $295.00 each. Four available. suit in more money. For personal
Weston 3 0- 6 Easy terms, by owner. Call Ralph FOR RENT: Two 1-bedroom fur- interview write CO-REP., .INC., 10
Nance, 648-4370. nished house!" Also two 2-bed- California Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Madison High came to Port St. room furnished houses at Beach. '15202. Include phone number. It
Joe Monday night for a challenge FOR SALE: Nice, 3 bedroom ma- Phone Smith's Pharmacy, 227-5111. WANTED: Housekeeper to care
game, sporting' a 12-1 record. They sonry home, 1 baths. Call 229- FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom house for two small children during
went back home with a 12-2 record, 4891. tfc-11-11 unfurnished oh St.. Joe Beach. the month of February. Phone
even though they were favored to $60.00 a month. Call Jim Maes 27-8016. 2tp-1-2f
defeat the Sharks. FOR SALE: House on corner lot, 648-3840. tfc-1-6 HELP WANTED
Jake Belin produced his highest 230 7th St. I lot St. Joe Beach.$17000 PLUS NEW CAR AS
number ofpoints in a game this lotsoncorner by Bay in High- NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE, Apala- BONUS
season, to lead the Sharks with 33 Adkison, 230 7th St. 2tp chicola, open Friday,' Saturday for man over 40 in Port St. Joe
and Sunday nights. Double feature area. Use car for short trips tde
points. David Macomber also hit FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 bath con- Saturday nights. ,12tc-1-13 contact customers. Write: B. R.
the nits ho and heay fr 25 points Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Pe-
adathen d and h y re points create block house on 3 lots at St. FOR SALE: New 3.9 Mercury out- troleum Corp., 534 N. Main Street,
and gathered in 14 rebounds. Da- Joe Beach. Can be seen by calling board motor, gear shift, aux. gas Fort Worth, Texas. it
vid Lee sank 17 points and stalwart 648-4491. tfc-12-2 tank, $150.00. St. Joe Auto Parts,
guard Jim Cox produced 15 points F 3 b 311 Williams Ave. tfc-1-27 HELP WANTED: Male or female.
for his highest production 'in the HOME FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms,,- wanted to supply Rawleigh pro-
or hs hhs rod onseparate dining room, living FOR SALE: Royal typewriter, in ducts to consumers in Gulf Co.,
season. room, kitchen with eating area, excellent condition. Purchased or Port St. Joe. Good time to start.
The Sharks outscored, their visi- range hood, garbage disposal, fam- new in 1962. Office size. $100.00. No capital required. See S. B. New-
tors in every period except the ily room with large old brick fire- St. Joe Auto Parts, 311 Williams ton, 1414 Everett Ave., Panama
third when they trailed by thrde. place and indoor barbecue, 11/2 tile Ave. tfc-1-27 City or write Rawleigh FA A 100
baths, central natural gas heat, 2 -- 815 Memphis Tenn nt9in
Score by quarters: air conditions, Harris bondwood FOR SALE: Good, used television 815, Memphis, Tenn. pt2,10
Port St. Joe 21 26 18 34-99 oak floors, 2 lots on corner in good i, sets. Good assortment. St. Joe, INCOME TAX AND ACCOUNTING
Madison __-_-- 17 15 21 28-81 neighborhood, 1700 sq. feet living Radio and T VCompany, 228 Reid SERVICE, on a full time basis,
St. J9e fgrft tp Madison fg ft tp area. FHA financing available May Ave., Phone 227-4081. 12-16tfc your office or mine, located on
Member 8 9 25 Webb 0 1 1 be seen by appointment. Call 227- FOR SALE: Several new 1965 mo- highway S-381 (Dalkeith), 8 miles
Wiims 1 3 5251 between 8:3 0a.m.. and 6:00 south of Wewahitchka, next to In-
Cox 5 5 15 Williams 1 1 3 5251 between 8:3 Oam andel GE appliances. Discounts, gers Sportsman Oneto Rates
Belin 12,1135 Hicks 5 2 12 P.m. tf-1-27 Gay's Goodyear, 410 Reid Ave. tc anger's Sortsman One Sop. Rates
Lee 8 1 17, Shelenutt 1 2 4' reasonable, Tel. 639-2415 or 639-
Ray 0 1 1 1cCul'gh 0 1 1 FOR SALE FOR SALE: New walk-in coolers, 2677. R. L. Capps, Tax Consultant.
Oaks 1 0 2 Hicks 8 8 24 Three bedroom house with den 6'x6', $675. 6'x8', $795. New por-
McFarl'd 1 0 2 Odum 1 2 4 and screened porch. To sell for celain meat cases, 8' $995. 10', $1,-
Weston 1 0 ,2 Ragans 6 3 15 only $10,500. 150. 12', $1,395. All new and deliv- INCOME TAX SERVICE
Towns'd 5 7 17 New, three bedroom, brick home ered. Also low prices on other
5 7 17 with two baths to sell for $12,000. cases, meat saws, scales, etc. Nich- Experienced in all Taxes
SPay only $400 dow and balance ols Refrigeration, Apalachiola, Highway 71, half way between
During the coming week the in easy monthly payments. Florida. 4tc-1-13 Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
.11 -A 141, M1,A 4 Por St JoeandWewahick
nSarKS will e in Anna tnriay
night, in Wewahitchka Tuesday
night and in Apalachicola next
during the ,63 and '65' sessions,
and was on committees of: Appro-
priation, Bank ahd Loans, Public
Health ,and was Vice-Chairman of
Public Amusements, and Vice-
Chairman Governmental Reorgani-
He has devoted a large portion
of his time to serving the people of
his county and area in matters de-
manding attention in Tallahassee,
and has been successful in his ef-
His friends throughout the new
Three-County District feel confi-
dent, that if elected, he will serve
the district with an influence suffi-
cient to obtain the needs of the
people of the district and to their
Drew'Branch 'Says He
Might Be Candidate
T. Drew Branch, former State
Senator of the Fifth Senatorial Dis-
trict, who resides at Sumatra in
Liberty County, was in Port St. Joe
Tuesday and stated that in all prob.
ability he will become a. candidate
for State Senator for the 5th Dis-
trict, which is presently composed
of Franklin, Liberty, Wakulla, Gulf
and Gadsden Counties.
Mr. Branch has had considerable
experience in the Legislative
branch of the State government,
having served two years in the
Post Office Asks Bids
For Star 'Route Job
According to Port St. Joe's Post-
master, Chauncey Costin, proposals
will be accepted at the office of
the Director, Transportation Divi-
sion, Post Office Department, At-
lanta, Georgia 30304, up until 2:30
p.m., June 7, 1966, for carrying the
United States mail for the term
from July 1, 1966 to June 30, 1970,
on the Star, Route from Panama
City, Florida to Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, via Port St. Joe. The round
trip mileage is 121, and the num-
ber of trips required each week
will be seven. A $4,000.00 bond ap-
proved by a bonding company or
at least two qualified individuals
as sureties must accompany the
Persons interested in submitting
a proposal should contact the post-
master at Port St. Joe, Wewahitch-
ka or Panama City ,or write the
Transportation Division in Atlan-
ta. Proposal forms, schedules and
other pertinent information is
available from these sources.
Two bedroom hou t
lots at St. Joe Beach. To sell fur- FOR SALE OR SWAP- 1-wheel
nished for only $6,000. Lot alone luggage trailer, capacity 500 lbs.,
is valued at $3,000. This is a good weathertight. Will swap for boat
buy if you are looking for a beach- trailer or sell. See Dewey Gay at
front cottage. Goodyear Store, Phone 229-1876. c
3t FRANK HANNON 1.27 RIFLES, RIFLES, RIFLES-Have
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491 For Sale. or Trade, 18 high pow-
ered rifles in. various calibers.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom mason- Prices range from $18.95 to $125.00
ry house with wall to wall car- See or phone "Red" Carter, 648-
pet, built-in appliances, air condi- 4045,. St. Joe Beach. tfc-1-6
tioner in master bedroom. Also-
family room with panelling and FOR SALE: New Philco washing
oak tile, with patio and chain link machine to be sold at wholesale
fence. Located on corner lot at cost. St. Joe Radio & TV Co., 228
1911 Long Ave. Will sell for a very Reid Ave., Phone 227-4081. tf-11-11
reasonable equity and take up pay-
ments of $84.00 per month. Call FOR SALE or TRADE: For pick-up
229-2391 after 5:00 p.mn 2tc-1-20 or car. 1964 Starcraft runabout
with 4. Ohp. Evinrude elec. start
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. with motor, heavy duty trailer. Call
3 baths, living room, .dining '227-7887 or see Bob Holland. 2tc
room, kitchen, den, utility room, FOR SALE: 1963 Lincoln Contin-
.pantry, two screened porches, cen- mental. Full power, excellent con-
tral heat, air conditioned; dish edition. Contact J. B. Williams, 108
washer, 2400 sq. ft. living area. 115 Westcott Circle. After 5 P. M. call
Hunter Circle. Phone 227-8956. tfc 229-3291. tfc-12-22
FOR SALE:,3 bedroom frame home
in excellent condition. Wall to
wall carpeting, air conditioned, win- GMC Quality Trucks
dow fan, large screen outdoor liv-
'ing room, large dining room, 12x18 V2 TO 60 TONS
storage house, equipped kitchen,
landscaped, cypress rail fenced Day Phone 763-7216
yard. 304 16th St. Call 227-5721. Nite Phone 785-5497
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 bedroom Use Trucks
furnished cotatge at St. Joe Used Trucks
Beach. For more details call S. L. '65 Suburban, 4 speed trans.
Barke, Phone 227-4441. tfc-1-20 mission, radio and heater.
AA' .. .- .- I
PROPERTIES WANTED for listing
in national catalogue. Contact
'Jean Arnold, United Farm Agency
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. a tfc-9-2
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house com-
pletely furnished at St. Joe Bch.
See BillCarr, Phone '227-8111. tfc
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large,
nice 2 bedroom house. Fenced
back yard, convenient to school.
Phone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom duplex on
Palm Boulevard.: See Cecil G.
Costin, Jr., phone 227-4311. tfc-1-13
FOR RENT: Clean 2 bedroom apt.,
at 619 Woodward Ave. $45.00
per month. Call Gene Halley, Tal-
lahassee, Fla., Office 224,9180, Ext.
598, Home 385-3139. tfc-10-7
FOR RENT: 1 to 4 bedroom fur-
64t ouburoan, automatic Trans-
mission, radio and heater. Po-
wer steering and brakes, air
'62 GMC 2-ton cab, chassis.
'61 White 2-ton, cab, chassis.
'63 Chevrolet, 60 series, cab,
'63 Chevrolet /z-ton pick-up.
'61 Volkswagon Station Wagon,
radio and heater.
'61 Chevrolet V2-ton pick-up
'60 Chevrolet 4-door 6 cylinder.
'60 Dodge /2-ton pick-up, 2 tone
'56 Ford F700 cab, chassis.
'55 GMC /2-ton pick-up, automa-
'55 Ford V2-ton pick-up.
'52 GMC V2-ton pick-up.
W. H. CURRIE
C & L TRUCK SALES
2504 E. llth Street
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
nished cottages and apartments. WANTED: Part time bookkeeping
Many on year around basis. Mexico work. Phone 229-2771. Itp
Beach, Beacon Hill and St. Joe
Beach. $50.00 per month and up. SEAMSTRESS and UPHOLSTERY
Elizabeth W. Thompson, Assoc., work available. New creations,
Mexico Beach Branch Office Mgr., alteration, draperies and slip cov-
Hwy. 98, 19th St., Ph. 648-4545, E. ers. Tailored to personal taste and
Tom Pridgeon, Broker. problems. Any problem. Phone
227-3026 or visit 111 Second Ave.,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom beachfront Oak Grove. tfc-1-6
cottage, with carport. On St. Joe
Beach. Completely furnished. $60. SEWING: For dress making and
per month year round. Harold But- other sewing, reasonable. Mrs.
ler, Phone 648-4860. tfc-1-27 Mary Lois Peterson, White house
across from First Baptist Church
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: 1 or 2 at White City. ltp
bedroom. In town. 1 and 2 bed-
room apartments at Mexico Beach. WANTED: Beautician, full or part
Call 648-4800. Representative of time. Mexico Beach. Phone 648-
United Farm Agency. tfc-1-20 3986. De-Luv-Lee eBauty Salon. 2tc
CHUCK and KAYE
J. D. CLARK
A man with 27 years experience
file your tax returns.
INCOME TAX SERVICE
1017 Long Ave. Ph. 227-7771
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffia. phone 229-3097
CARPET CLEANING on location
or free' pick-up and delivery.
Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 900
Kraft Ave.. Panama City or call
PO 3-7824. tfc-4-2?
GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
see 'Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
DON'T FORGET Johnny L. Mims
for your cabinets, boat repairs
and moulding. All finished product.
Johnny Mims, 648-3937, St. Joe
KITCHEN CABINETS: Step into
Spring with a new set of factory
built cabinets with one piece for-
mica top. Free estimate. Also fi.
nancing available. 227-3311. tEc
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWEIR
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, across from 'he
Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
tance Moving. Free Estimates.
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
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
ed, blued and cleaned, stocks'
made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-<
ed. Reasonable rates. Workguar-'
anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
Phone 229-2272. tfc
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion!
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary -
THERE WILL BE a regular comr
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L BURGE, Secretary
RALPH SWATTS, SR., W.M.
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