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TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 NUMB-? ~
Seniors Challenged In Addresses By
High Honor Graduates Tuesday Nite
Port St. Joe High School high
honor graduates Sherry White,
Jake Belin, Barbara Iewis, Dennis
Dawson and Jacque Price effective-
ly challenged their graduating
classmates to make the best of citi-
zens at graduating exercises Tues-
The services were held at 8:00
p.m. in the High School athletic
stadium, with Superintendent of
Public Instruction Marion Craig
awarding the diplomas at the con-
clusion of the services.
Sherry White urged the graduat-
City Clerk Says Pet
Licenses Are Needed
City Auditor and Clerk Char.
les Brock reminds all pet own-
ers in the city that license tags
are now due and available at
the City Hall.
Brock urged all pet owners to
have their pets vaccinated for
rabies and then obtain tags from
the City Hall office.
The tags are $1.00 for the
first pet, 50c for the second
with a $2.00 maximum charged
to any one family, regardless of
the number of pets owned.
Killed In Accident
A freak accident Saturday morn-
ing took the life of a two-year-old
Highland. View;girl who was play-
ing with other cti;dren in the yeid
of her home.
Linda Gall Bishop was killed
when a half-filled 55-gallon fuel
drum rolled over ,her head.
She was pronounced dead on ar-
rival at the Municipal Hospital and
had sustained a fractured skull.
Sing seniors to "be yourself". She was up to their generation to pro
pointed out that everyone is an in- vide their own Fords, Bells, Edi
dividual with a special purpose and sons. He emphasized that in orde:
"no one can take your place". She to' give full measure of their abil
advocated a sharing of love with ity, the graduates must think am
people. "Give of yourself", she act creatively.
said, "no one loves in vain. Love Jacque Price closed out the de
God, trust God and do His will". velopment of the theme "I Dan
She advised the Seniors to be You", by urging the seniors t(
an individual and select correct launch out into the deep. "We may
values for their lives in order that not be able to conquer all we se
they might live a full, useful life. out to" she said, "but the coward
Jake Belin told the Seniors that never starts, and we must try"
"Character implies courage". He She admitted that it took courage
pointed out that the sacrifice call- to try out a new challenge anc
ed for today can only be met by pointed out that the world "dares
character. He pointed out that all us to use our capabilities to the
great and courageous men of his- fullest extent".
tory, built their reputation and le- ACHIEVEMENITS CITED
gend upon character. He pointed Following the addresses by the
out that everyone can do good high honor graduates, the several
deeds but few can think good awards were presented.
thoughts and that this was essen- Robert Fox, awarded the Rotary
tial in forming character. Club citizenship awards to Sherry
Barbara Lewis challenged the White and Jake Belin. 1.
graduates to "stand tall, live tall- Senator George Tapper present-
be bigger than you are". She called ed the American Legion Trophies
out for the seniors to stand out to Jo Anne Fite and William Ant-
and stop drifting with the crowd. ley. The American Legion Schol-
"Find your talent and develop it, arship awards were presented to
whatever it is". She emphasized the Jake Belin who earned all four
fact that the measure of success is awards for achievements in Social
comparing what we might have Studies, Science, English and Math.
been with what we are. Howard Blick presented the Gulf
DennisI Dawson called on his C o u n t y Teachers Scholarship
graduating classmates to be crea- Award to Jerome Barnes.
tive. He pointed out that the Fords, St. Joe Paper Company Scholar-
Edisons, Howes, Shaws and Bells ship Awards were presented to
of yesteryear were men of vision, Sherry White, Barbara Lewis, Jac-
men who put action to their vision. que Price, Dennis Dawson, Cather-
He reminded the audience that ine Ramsey, Robin Downs, Jo Anne
these men were gone now and it Fite, Billy Antley, Andy Trammell,
Gulf Rifle Club Will Show off Their
Shooting Range Saturday Afternoon
Saturday, June 4 has been set companies by their parents. Mini-
by the Gulf Rifle Club as opening mum age for entering the competi-
day for their new rifle range on tive shooting is 11 years.
Highway 71 near Port St. Joe. From' Ammunition will be furnished by
2:00 to 6:00 .m.. members of the the club for contest shoonnting ex-
Funeral services for Linda Gail club invite interested persons to cept that used in high powered
Bishop were held Monday at 3:00 visit the range to become acquaint- rifles.
L-p.m. from the Pentecostal Church ed with the facilities. The Gulf Rifle Club was organ-
of Highland View, with the Rev. Everyone wanting to try his skill ized last September and is char-
Ellis Myers conducting. Burial was should bring his gun and ammuni- tered by the National Rifle Associa-
in Holly Hill Cemetery. tion. Novelty shooting will be ar- tion.
She is survived by her parents, ranged by the club for small bore The range, covering over 40
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Bishop of rifles, high powered rifles and mo- acres and conforming with all state
Highland View; three sisters, Car- dified shotgun trap shooting. Pis- and NRA safety regulations, in-
ol, Sherry and Terry; a brother, tol shooting will not be done on eludes 200 yard and 100 yard high
Richard Bishop, Jr.; maternal the opening day. Nominal charges powered rifle ranges 'as well as
grandmother, Mrs. Drusilla Keel, will be awarded to winners. No ad- small bore and pistol ranges. Fu-
all of Highland View and paternal mission charge will be made for ture plans include trap and skeet
grandmother, Mrs. Melzene Jordan spectators entering the grounds. ranges.
of Gonzalez, La. All events will be carried out ac- One of the finest in Florida, the
Active pallbearers were Mark rording to range procedures speci- Gulf Rifle Club Range was made
and Timmy Lyles, Ricky Clark, fled by the National Rifle Assoria- possible by the St. Joe Paper Com-
Ricky Armstrong, Paul Wood and tion and will be supervised by the pany, Michigan Chemical Corpora-
Harry Lewis. National Rifle Association and will tion, the Glidden Company and
Comforter Funeral Home was in be supervised by certified NRA the Port St. Joe and Gulf County
charge of arrangements, instructors. All minors must be ac-'officials.
Washington High to Graduate 19
Washington High School here in using the subject, "Our Commun- nell Peterson, Beatrice Pittman,
Port St. Joe will graduate 19 sen- ity's Role In the Great Society" The Calvin Pryor, Louise Simmons,
iors tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the Welcome address will be given by Thelma Sims, JannetteTanner and
Washington High Gymnasium. Viola Parker. Katherine Williams.
Theme of the graduating sen- -- -- Scheduled on Adult class graduates include
iors is "The Great Society" The -he program are Tisa L. Bell, Ema J. Clieon
theme will be developed by Janice the program are Tisha L. Bell, Emma J. Clemmons
Mayweather speaking on "Washing- four musical se- and Dorothy Morning.:
ton High's Role In the Great So- elections by the Class sponsors are Myra E. Mes-
ciety" and Katherine Williams Glee Club, the ser and Albert J. Spencer.
Band and a men's
The invocation --
Viola Parker will ve delivered
by Rev. Pittman,
pastor of the New Bethel AME
Presentation of graduation can- -
didates will be made by Principal -
Edwin G. Williams. Superintendent
of Public Instruction R. Marion
Craig will present the graduates
with their diplomas. William H. --
Linton, Supervisor of Public In- _.
struction, will acknowledge the
S- -The graduating. class is compos-
ed of Geraldine Alexander, George
Davis, Mary Garland, Cora Griffin,
Jacquelyn Jackson, Earnest May-
weather, Janice Mayweather, Glor-
Janice Mayweather ia McCullough, Viola Parker, Don- Katherine Williams
- Michelle Anchors, Martha Fite, Car
- la Herring, Ronald Atchison and
r Tommy Wright by John Howard.
Principal Wayn., Saunders pre-
d sented the Delta Chapter National
Honor Society of Port St. Joe High
- School Award to Sherry White.
e In making the student awards,
o Principal Saunders recognized Jake
Y Belin for maintail.ing almost a per-
t feet average in his high school ca-
Sreer. He noted that Jake "slipped"
. one six weeks and slipped in one
e subject to a B plus. Belin and Den-
1 nis Dawson were in the top 5%
s scholastically, state-wide.
S Other awards were presented as
Michelle Anchors, news report-
e ing; Cecelia Boone, home econom-
1 ics; Linda Carter, DCT; Anita
Smith, school spirit; Barbara Lewis,
SMonument editor; Jacque Price,
SPurple Wave editor; Sara Yates,
Monument and Purple Wave busi-
ness manager; Jake Belin, highest
scholastic average; Dennis Dawson,
student council president; Carla
Herring, creative writing; Jake Be-
(Continued On Page 12)
To Offer Course
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School and Highland View Elemen-
tary School are offering an orienta-
tion program for those pre-school-
ers who do not qualify for Head
Start but will enter school this fall
term. This orientation program is
set up to familiarize the future
first graders with those activities
that take place -during a regular
school day. It will provide readi-
ness material that is normally giv-
en to children during the first six
weeks of school.
There will be a fee of only $1.50'
for workbooks and supplies for this
course as the teacher's salary will
be paid by the State Department of
Education. This program will begin
on June 20 and will run for a per-
iod of four weeks ending on July
15. Children can be registered with
Mrs. Kathryn Floore at the Port
St. Joe Elementary School or-With
Howard Blick at Highland View
Elementary School from Tuesday,
June 7 through Friday; June 10.
Kiwanis Club Pla.n
For Bridge Tournament
The Port St. Joe Kiuanis Club
have launched: tliemselves on the
project of producing a bridCtge- tr.
nament here in Port St J-oe to be
played Thursday. June 16
The tournamrnit iil he hei.i at
8:00 p.m. in the C'iitennial Build.
Plans call for 50:i tabln of bride
with those deciririn to play cho::
ing their own p.ilnei-- HIlih. \,v,..
booby and biro i.-.,iie- ,.ill be- y'\
en. Admission to the tou.irnjm-rnt
will be $1.00 per' per-.on
Tickets will be on s:i tli- f!;t
of e memeof the week ball nf
Early Morning Fire
Fire heavily' idiagnedi an empty
house on Seventh Street early
Thursday moining of la.t \vt:k
The home u\a.s o\ned b:. Mr-s
Lessie V. Willi[Mns of P-,:ri
The fire apparently -tartel iii
the rear section of the honie -and
the cause of ti,- hlaze :ouii:l ii:,r ,,
The fire wa dliscoet -r:d at 2 ii00
amn. by the next door nei_ ,lhort.
Mr. and Mrs. James'. Yate andi ari
declared out by Fire Chief R I
Ellzey at about 4 00 a m I
Tuesday afternoon of this week a
brush fire on Garrison Avenue near
20th Street burned over a small
patch of woods. The fire was quick-
ly put out by the Fire Department.
Wednesday morning at about
1:00 a.m. a small brush fire on
Garrison routed firemen out of bed
but this fire was quickly put out
with only a small area burned over.
duPont Officials Attend Open House
DuPont Estate executives and local citizens
toured the new Florida First National Bank at
Port St. Joe during the past week end.
The bank held open house Saturday and
Sunday afternoon. Many local citizens toured the
new banking facilities and enjoyed refreshments
served by bank employees and wives of bank
In the picture above are Florida National
Group of Banks officers, from left to right, Wal-
ter C. Dodson, president of the Port St. Joe
bank; B. Roy Gibson, Jr.,, director of the local
bank; Braden Ball, chairman of the board of the
Florida National Bank at Pensacola; Bob Brent,
vice-president in charge of Woodlands Division,
St. Joe Paper Company and Edward Ball, chair-
man of the Board, DuPont Estate.
Little Theatre Group Sets Try-Outs Tonight At 8:00 P.M.
Attempts to organize a Little remarks from the Rev. Henry Hoyt,
Theatre group in Port St. Joe were commending those present for
given a warm and enthusiastic re- their evident interest in the cul-
ception at the second meeting of tural growth of this area.
the newly formed organization last Bill Fite, who will direct the
Friday night. The next meeting first production was introduced
will be at the High School Auditor- and discussed plans for rehearsals.
ium, Thursday, June 2 at 8:00 p.m. In his summary of what will be re-
Try outs for the .irst production quired to have a successful produce
will begin at this meeting. tion, Mr. Fite both challenged and
The organizational meeting of encouraged the group. Scripts for
the group was opened with brief the first play, scheduled for a late
summer opening, were given out-
further adding to the challenge in
that it is a professional type pro-
duction that received wide publici-
ty in the form of a movie starring
Peter Sellers, "The Mouse That
Roared". In a report of the physical
facilities available to the organiza-
tion, it was revealed that the com-
munity is fortunate in having an
excellent stage, easily adapted to
(Continued On Page 12)
Andy Trammell Given Scholarship By Contractors Association
Andy Trammell, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. ing made by F. E. Booker of Pensacola, president
Trammell, and a 1966 graduate of Port St. Joe of the association. Looking on at the left is E. F.
High School is shown above, center, receiving a Gunn, local member of the Association.
scholarship to the University of Florida, present- Andy will enter the University of Florida
ed to him by the Northwest Florida Association School of Building Construction.
of General Contractors. The presentation is be- -Star photo
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DCT Ss On Te Job THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
DCT Students On The Job .
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 curity benefits if he is going to school system in Florida uses this Friday, and 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon
school, under age 22, and still un- number for identification purposes on Saturday.
JVUI Euin Eil E llglluV a Envm.
Children's Benefits From Age 18 to 22
The 1965 Amendments to t
Social Security Act extended t
age limit for child's benefits fro
18 to 22, according to John
Carey, District Manager of the Pa
ama City Social Security Office.
qualify for this, the child must
a full time student attending
accredited or approved school.
In addition to being under
A student planning to work dur-
ing the summer months will need
to show his Social Security card
to his employer. This is important
he years of age, the full time student in order to have his earnings pro-
he must not be married. A student. perly credited to his own Social Se-
Dm who was receiving benefits on eit- curity account. It is never too early
V. her of his parents' Social Security to start building Social Security
an- accounts and whose benefits were credits for future use.
To stopped when he reached age 18 Any student entering the 9th
be may be able to receive benefits grade next fall need a Social Se-
an again. If one of his parents has re curity number. This same number
tired, become disabled, or died, he will be used throughout his school
22 may now be eligible for Social Se- year and working life. The State
and the Social Security Adminis-
tration uses the same number to JUNE HONOR TO GOD'S MERCY
credit earnings to the properd re- AT CATHOLIC CHURCH
If anyone has any questions
about qualifying for student's ben-
efits or needs a Social Security
number, check with the nearest So-
cial Security office. The Social Se-
curity office for this area is loca-
ted at 1135 Harrison Ave., Panama
City. The telephone number is 763-
5331. The office hours are 8:30 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m. Monday through
First Friday services in honor
of the mercy and forgiveness Jesus
has shown us all will be held at
Saint Joseph's Church this week
at 6:30 A.M.
Please join in the moment of
love and devotion.
Midget Investments with
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John G. Blount, Jr., looks over a certificate listing St. Joe Fur-
niture and Appliance Company as an approved DCT training cen-
ter as students Jerry Parrish and Danny Barrow look on. Both Jerry
and Danny were student-trainees of the business this year.
Jack Terry and Gary Davis are instructed in the repair of a
telephone handset by Milo Smith, maintenance foreman of the St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company. Both Jack and Gary
worked for St. oseph T. & T. under the High School DCT program.
... -- _L "... -
Ray Clark, a DCT student trainee of the St. Joe Radio and TV
Company is shown above checking the circuits in a television set.
Looking and offering instruction is James Jones, one of the owners
of the local concern.
_o ,B -_. ___ .. -.. .
Sonia Cooper is shown above at her DCT job of secretary for
the Port St. Joe Elementary School. Principal Harry Herrington
is outlining a job for Sonia to perform. All of the DCT students
performed useful jobs in their part-time employment.
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966
"Thus Saith The Lord"
by REV. BILL GRAHAM 1:12, 13). All the past, as far as
In our study of divorce and mar- God is concerned, is forgiven and
riage in the Bible we have thus forgotten. God is satisfied with the
f:r covered: "What is marriage" cleansing power of the Blood of
and "Whose marriage is this". We Christ. It is unfortunate that some-
found that God is not responsible times God's people do not hold the
for all marriages. He is only join- same value on the cleansing power
ing those who have received Christ of the Blood.
as their Saviour. When two unbe- Secondly, in regards to this per-
lievers marry, God recognizes son's salvation to himself. In II
their marriage but He does not Corinthians 5:17 we read: "There-
make them one. fore if any man be in Christ, he is
The remaining time spent on this a new creature (creation): old
subject will be spent in dealing things are passed away; behold
with actual problems of marriage ALL things are become new."
and divorce.. Our first case will be: When a person accepts Christ as
an unsaved person is married, di- Saviour old things are passed away,
forced then later accepts Christ ALL things are new. This person
and is saved, how do they stand in is, from that time on, Spiritually
God's family in regards to mar- alive unto God: a new life, a new
riage and service? This question present, a new future, a new Fa-
will be answered in two points. 1. other, no past exists from the for-
Their salvation in relation to God. mer life.
2. Their salvation in relation to the Nothing from the former life
individual, should hinder this person from liv-
In Psalms 103:10-12 we read: ing a full complete Christian exper-
"He hathsins: not dealt with us after ience. They are free to enjoy one
our sins: nor rewarded us accord- (and only one) joining together by
ing to our iniquities. For as the God in marriage, from which it is
heaven is high above the earth, so
hgeatv is His mery theoard thm God's perfect will that nothing but
great is His mercy toward them
that fear Him. As far as the east death should separate. For what
is from the west, so far hath he re- God has joined together let no man
moved our transgressions from us." put asunder.
When God forgives for sin, His Our Lord has given the Christian
forgiveness is complete and what one exception and one only, and
He forgives He forgets (Hebrews that is for fornication (Matthew
10:17). That person who was "dead 19:6-9). This exception is only as
in sin" (Ephesians 2:1) is, by faith a last resort. Every effort should
in Christ, made "alive unto God" be made to save the marriage re-
(Romans 6:11). He is, at that point, gardless of this sin. Keep in mind,
born into the family of God (John this instruction governing marriage
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
your donations to the shop on
Thursday morning between the
hours of 9 and 11 a.m. All items
are appreciated. There is a particu-
is to the Christian marriage.
Therefore we conclude that noth-
ing from the former life of the be-
liever should in any way hinder
the Christian in marriage or ser-
Next week, Lord willing, we
shall take up the problem of an
unsaved couple that is married
then later one is saved. Keep in
mind as unbelievers, when they
were married, this union was not
of God. What is God's reaction to
this marriage? What is the respon-
sibility of the believer in this mar-
Your questions and comments
are welcome. Address your reply to
"Thus Saith The Lord", care of
The Star, Port St. Joe, Florida.
July 9-Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs.
Dick Lamberson and Mrs. James
July 16-Mrs. Bill Findley, Mrs.
Walter Robinson and Mrs. Otis
July 23-Mrs. Jimmy Costin,
Mrs. Lawrence Bowen and Mrs. W.
July 30-Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr.,
Mrs. James Bray and Mrs. S. H:
August 6-Mrs. Bob King, Mrs.
Terry Hinote and Mrs. Dick McIn-
August 13-Mrs. Williston Cha-
son, Mrs. Dave Jones and Mrs. Bill
August 20-Mrs. Cecil Curry,
Mrs. Cecil Costin, Jr., and Mrs.
August 27-Mrs. Gannon Buzzett,
Mrs. Walter Dodson and Mrs. Bob
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SULTANA BRAND SPECIAL!
SALAD DRESSING ---_ qt. jar 35c
PILLSBURY BUTTERMILK, 8 oz. Cans SPECIAL-
BISCUITS (8 oz. cans) ___ 3 cans 25c
A &P CHA
, ,.. + -t
TENDER FRESH YELLOW
10 ears 49c
LARGE RED RIPE
FRESH CALIFORNIA SUNKIST
LEM O NS --1 doz. 39c
Dog Food, 2 lb. box Nabisco Creme Sandwich
Gaines Meal .---.... 39c OREO --- 1 Ib. pk. 43c
Nestle Chocolate, 1 Ib. can Diamond, 40's
QUIK (4c off) -...- 39c Paper Plates ...... 69c
Dixie Lily, 1'/ lb. bag Laundry Bleach, plastic
GRITS ....---. bag 21c Clorox .--. gal. 27c
SHOE POLISH 2 ounce 19c
510 FIFTH STREET
Prices in this ad are goo dthru Sat., June 4
Wi ouWo3 AreN' I STAMPS
I Suntan Lotion, 4 oz.
Coppertone _. -$1.35
WTh mA couroN ANS PICHASIQ STAMPS
I Nescafe, 6 oz.
Inst. Coffee .. 99c
RCOAL BRIQUETS w $s sUCAso PLLAI
M c fTADSTAMPS
C 1Mrs. Filberts Gold. (2c off
LB. Margarine __ Ib. 29c
A. JJAX. 6-4-66
WITH THI5 COUON AHO PUtCfl* IN STAMPS
S -Campfire Super-Soft, 1 Ib.
'Marshmallows Ib 27c
STA V- A i
so Gmm341 jwll U SU&U i-amtato~
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fAnn Page Gelatin, 6 oz.
WDessert -- 2 for 33c
WITH HIS COUpO, *N U.tICCA5I o~f STAMPS
One A Day, 130 ,ea
Vitamins ---- $2.94 3-
*i a Wmu nl@all oI ni So if M aeu m al
"SUPER-RIGHT" Heavy Western
SIRLOIN STEAK ----
"SUPER-RIGHT" Heavy Western
T-BONE STEAK ---
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PORTERHOUSE STEAK __
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Korn BINGO, win thousands of King Korn Stamps. No
purchase necessary. Cards are Free!
Dubuque's Best, Fully Cooked, Hickory Smoked
HAM lb. 59c
COPELAND RANGER SLAB
BAECON lb. 49c
DUBUQUE'S PURE PORK-1 LB. ROLL
Sausage Ib. 39c
FRESH GROUND 25 Extra King Korn Stamps
BEE F 3lbs. 1.3
Copeland's All Meat
(Plus 25 Extra King Korn Stamps)
B OL OGNA
1 /2 Lb.
(Plus 25 Extra King Korn Stamps)
NEW RE-SEAL CAN Limit 1 can with $5.00 Order
RISCO 3 b. can 69(
STOKELY'S 14 Oz. Size STOKELY'S CUT GREEN-303 Can
Catsup 19c Beans 17c
STOKELY'S CUT 303 Can STOKELY'S Honey Pod-303 Can
BEETS 13c PEAS 19c
WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIALS
PORK NECK BONES Ib. 19c
Fresh Grade 'A' Whole FRYERS _------l b. 29c
Frosty Morn Dixie Brand Bologna ---- Ib. 29c
Frosty Morn Early Riser
SMOKED SAUSAGE 2 Ib. pkg. 79c
CARNATION MILK _--_____ 7 tall cans $1.00
Del Monte or Hi-C-Plus 50 King Korn Stamps
FRUIT DRINKS (46 Oz. Cans) --_ 3 cans $1.00
Plus 25 King Korn Stamps
EELBECK GRITS !Y/2 lb. pkg. !9q
Plus 25 Kihg Korn Stamps
THRIFT PACK TISSUE ..----. 10 roll pkg. 69c
No. 303 Can Plus 50 King Korn Stamps
GREEN GIANT PEAS 5 cans $1.09
Plus 50 King Korn Stamps
RC COLAS (6 bottle crtns.) --- 3 for $1.00
Plus 25 King Korfl Stamps
KRAFT MAYONNAISE qt. jar 69c
Plus 25 King Korn Stamps
NOBOIL BLEACH qt. btl. 14c
Plus 25 King Korn Stamps
LUZIANNE TEA BAGS ----- 100 ct. pkg. 79c
Plus 25 King Korn Stamps
GIANT SIZE THRILL pkg. 53c
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50 EXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
S of Any Broom or Mop. No Coupon Needed.
50 EXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
of 2 Boxes Kotex. No Coupon Needed.
50 EXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
5 of of No. 10 Domco Oil. No Coupon Needed.
50 OEXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
5 of 2 cans TREET.
50 EXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
S of V2 gal. Supreme Ice Cream. No Coupon.
50 EXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
1 Can Dow Oven Cleaner. No Coupon Needed
50 EXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
4 cans KenlRation Dog Food. No Coupon.
50 EXTRA KING KORN Stamps With Purchase
4 cans Puss N' Boots Cat Food. No Coupon.
MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 can with $7.00 Order
COFFEE Ib. can
STOKELY'S 303 CAN
Fruit Cocktail 4 can
VAN CAMP'S 303 CAN
Pork & Beans 3
STOKELY'S 46 OZ. CAN
TOMATO JUICE ,
STOKELY'S ALL GREEN 303 CAN
CUT ASPARAGUS------- can 27c
STOKELY'S NO. 2V2 CAN HALVES or
SLICED PEACHES -------- can 25c
(SAVE 14c) BAMA BIG 18 OUNCE JAR LIMIT 2 PLEASE
CONCORD GRAPE JELLY -- jar 25c
MARGARINE------_2 Ibs. 55c
CHEESE CAKE FILLING pkg. 49c
GA. GRADE 'A' LARGE
EGGS doz. 39c
Garden Fresh Produce
i 10 Ibs.
FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIALS
7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. ONLY
WHITE POTATOES ---10 Ibs. 49c
CHEESE, HAM or CHICKEN
NABISCO FLINGS ---- 2 boxes 49c
CHARCOAL BRIQUETS --- 5 lb. bag 19c
GROUND BEEF-- ----- 3 Ibs. 89c
IP Youb/i I ,
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966
SiiIiifcA .ilii I Yii i A I I
MISS MARY ALICE KILBOURN
Mr. and Mrs. James Pickett Kilbourn of this city would
like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Maiy Alice,
to Robert Lamar Chambliss, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Chambliss
The wedding will b6 an event of June 25 at 8:00 p.m. in
the St. James Episcopal Church.
85,000 Americans Will Develop Skin
CancerDuring the Next 12 Months
During the next twelve months, moles may play a part in converting
some 85,000 Americans will deve- them into cancer. Melanoma, it is
lop cases of skin cancers and a comforting to know, is a relatively
great percentage of these skin can-
cars will be traced to over-exposure rare tumor, although the average
of parts of the.body to the hot, pen- person has as many as twenty-one
etrating rays of the sun. moles. Nevertheless, the pamphlet
Floridians, and citizens through- advises, it is wise to have unusual
out the South, says the American moles checked by a physician. The
Cancer Society, should particularly physician's recommendations and
advice should be followed.
h ed precautions as they seek theadvce should be ollowe
sun's enjoyable benefits as they Further information about skin
bath at the beaches, swim, ski, fish cancer and how to arrange for
and engage in other seasonal sports, showing of the new, special film,
To make the public more aware "Sence In the Sun", may be ob-
of.what to do and what not to do trained by contacting local Unit of-
tolenjoy sunshine benefits, rather fices of the American Cancer Soci-
that unforseen difficulties; the So- ety of the State Division office,
c'ety's Florida Division is offering 2909 Bay-toBay., Tampa, Florida
a :free pamphlet, titled "Sence In 33609.
It is available at all of the So-
ciety's Information Centers, located
in' twenty key cities throughout
The pamphlet also tells about
anotherr form of cancer that usually
'through not always, originates in
th2 skin a pigmented or "black
c:::cer" (melanoma). Most of these
b:gin as moles, particularly dark
There is some evidence that in-
juiy or repaeted irritation of these
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wayne
Creel, of Port St. Joe, announce
the birth of a daughter, Stacy Ann
on May 17.
Mr. and Mrs. William Farrell
Dobbins, Sr., of White City, an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Donna Rebecca on May 24.
I wish to thank all of you who supported
me so heartily in my bid for election as your
School Board member.
SI again wish to thank and recognize my
S opponent for the gentlemanly way in which
he conducted his campaign.
May I now have your cooperation, as I
have received your trust, in striving to make
our Gulf County Schools the most effective ed-
ucational facility in the State of Florida.
Candidate, Board of Public Instruction
District Number Three
St. Margaret's Guild Meets In Home
Of Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., Last Week
St. Margaret's Guild of St. James
Episcopal Church met May 23 in- -
the home of Mrs. Roy Gibson on- -
Constitution Drive at 3:00' p.m. -
Mrs. Betty Fensom presided, op-
ening with a prayer. The program
on "Christian Forgiveness" was
presented by Mrs. Josephine Arbo-
gast. The group participated by
reading .excerpts on the precepts
of Christian living and discussion.
The concept arrived at was that
forgiveness is a Christian duty.
The covered dish dinner to be
held on Wednesday, May 25 at the
Parish House at 7:00 p.m. was dis-
cussed, and plans for the Bishop's
visit at that time.
The reception for Port St. Joe
High School graduates was also
planned for May 29 at 9:00 p.m.
at the Parish House. The book
"Women of the Church" was de-
cided on as a gift in honor of the
Delicious cake and coffee were
served by the hostess at the social
hour following. Announcement of
the next business meeting of the
Women of St. James on June 6 at
3:30 p.m. at the Parish House, and
the next regular meeting of St.
Margaret's to be held at 3:00 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Mary Hoyt on
Hunter Circle June 13 was made.
Those attending were: Sara Mc-
Intosh, Josephine Arbogast, Martha
Fox, Monica Stone, Lessie Barber,
Lula Bellows, Betty Fensom, Mary
lIoyt, Virginia Owens, Lunnette
Gibson and Lila S. Brouillette.
Dancing Classes Will
Be Offered This Summer
Dancing will be offered this
summer for all students in the first
through the 12th grades who wish
to take it. Instructions will be of-
fered in ballet and modern danc-
ing. Classes will be held every'
Tuesday and Thursday of each
week and will begin on June 14
and continue through August 18.
The special summer classes will
be held in the St. James Episcopal
Parish House. Registration for stu-
dents will be Monday, June 13 from
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
The instructor will be Barbara
0S ft S -**
Bear in mind that-your boat's stern
always swings out when you turn.
,,,You have to get used to this, since
it's different than driving an auto-
mobile; the front of the car veers
right or left when you turn. When
. your Mercury outboard motor,
mounted on the stern, turns to
either side, propeller thrust is no
longer parallel to the boat's center-
line and the stern swings wide.
Take this into consideration, or
you will clip or bump moored
boats, scrape against pilings, and
otherwise get into difficulties. To
check the boat handling character-
istics on turns, pilot it past a mark-
er at different speeds, beginning
turns as you pass. Make fairly gen-
tle turns before trying sharper
ones to be sure you're acquainted
with the boat. While you're "feel-
ing out" the boat, makes runs at
full speed past the buoy. Cut the
throttle as you come abreast of the
marker and observe how little dis,
tance you need to come to a dead
MISS PAULA LOVETT
Paua Lovett Picked
For Student Office
Miss Paula Lovett, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett, 1604
Monument Avenue, a high honor
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School, was recently elected vice-
president of the Chipola Junior
College student government as-
This past year she was elected
freshman senator and served as
editor of the Florida Junior Col-
lege Student Government Asso-
ciation Newsletter. She was also
elected as freshman attendant
for 1966 homecoming court. She
was honored with "Lovely of the
Village" for the month of April
in the college newspaper.
With these activities, she has
remained on the Dean's List both
the first and second semester.
The engagement of Miss Bever-
ly Ann Borgioli to Jackie Earl
Sheffield is announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Bor-
gioli of N. W. 3rd Ave, Baca Rotan
Florida. Jackie Sheffield is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shef-
field, of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Revere High School, Revere, Mass.,
and will be graduated from Flor-
ida State University in August,
with a B. S. degree in elementary
education. Sho minored in mental
retardation and is a member of the
Council of Exceptional Children
Jackie Sheffield was graduated
from Port St. Joe High School and
will attend Chipola Jr. College. He
will major in Industrial Arts ed-
The wedding will be August 14
at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic
Church in Tallahassee, Florida.
CARD OF THANKS
May we offer our thanks to our
friends for their visits, flowers,
telephone calls and other acts of
kindness shown at the time of the
death of our child.
MR. and MRS. RICHARD
BISHOP and FAMILY
CARD OF THANKS
St. Joseph Church Parish, toge-
ther with Father Paul Hogarty,
wish to express their deep appre-
ciation and thanks to all the wom-
en who were so kind in giving their
time to Mrs. Madeleine Whitaker in
the last two weeks of her life.
May God bless each and every
Visitors From Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whalen and
children from Tampa visited last
week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lowry. u
Ronald Nelson Will
Receive Arts Training
Selected as one of the partici-
pants for the NDEA Institute for
Advanced Study in Applied Thea-
tre Arts at the College of Saint
Teresa, Winona, Minn., is Ronald
Nelson, who teaches in the Port
St. Joe High School.
John E. Marzocco is director and
Richard J. Weiland5 associate di-
rector of the Minnesota Institute
for High School teachers of Eng-
lish. The Institute opens June 20
and closes July 29.
Over 500 teachers from across
the country requested applica-
tions. Of this number 200 com-
pleted and filed an application.
Screened out of this number were
36 participants from 21 states.
The Institute program, as organ-
ized, consists of a daily Seminar
on the Comic Stage, Theory and
Technical Procedures; Special lec-
tures covering the ordering and
constructing of costumes for high
school productions; .Dance for the
Musical Comedy; The Musical Di-
rector in the Musical Comedy and
Absurd Comedy. Three hours daily
will be devoted to a Workshop in
To The Editor
It appears that a person who
takes pride, and gets pleasure from
poisoning pets is on a rampage in
the Highland View area, as some
half dozen dogs were poisoned
Monday morning of this past week.
As has been brought out in 'the
past, you of the general public who
own pets need to be extremely
careful. The very important fact
is that it could have been some
innocent child that received the le-
thal dose of poison.
Such practices as have been used
in this area to poison dogs are not
only cruel, but are extremely dan-
gerous. It is suspected that strych-
nine was the lethal agent. Whom-
ever is responsible for such cruel
irresponsible practices may very
well .be taken into custody sooner
than he thinks, for somewhere
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Fuselier of
1003 Monument Avenue an-
nounce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
niece, Donna Elaine Duren,
along the line, a mistake will be
made causing those responsible to
land behind bars.
At the same time, it is possible
that various individuals are guilty
daughter of the late John Pas-
chal Duren, to Thomas J. Wal-
ker, son of Mrs. E. M. Walker of
311 Duval Street, Oak Grove and
the late Mr. Walker.
station of the area where pets are
kept, as some .parasites and dis-
eases can be carried from pets to
All f +1h nbn i i ftione d in
of failure to keep their pets under 1-A u. o lt ~n a",uu i mILIvne in
control. Many responsibilities are order that two sides of the situa-
involved in caring for pets. Pets tion may be presented. However,
should be vaccinated annually there has never been, neither will
against rabies; also care should be there ever be, a reason to poison
taken to prevent fleas and other animals as has been done in this
parasites. Your veterinarian can area.
supply you with much valuable in- Respectfully,
formation with regards to care of John W. W. Epperson, M.D.
pets. Director, Gulf County
One shouldrl never nelect sani- HeTTalth Department.
FOR YOUR WONDERFUL RESPONSE
TO OUR OPEN HOUSE SHOWING
Saturday and Sunday
Our Special Thanks for the Flowers, Words of
Encouragement, Expressions of Appreciation
and Your Interest
Florida First National Bank
AT PORT ST. JOE
MEMBER: FDIC and Florida National Group of Banks
xicun jjiu --" .
vile blluulu liuver ilugluct bilill-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
County Agent's c,
By CUBIE LAIRD, County Agent -" '
FOREST FIRES INCREASE in the United. Stat
IN FLORIDA low in 1965 while
Acreage burned by forest fires acres destroyed b
fires swept 2,652,8
in the United Sta
about twice the
of Delaware. The
represents a redu
THURSDAY thru SATURDAY 37 per cent from
377 acres less th
Il BIGGEST BOND low in 1961. In c
ures released thi
OF r LL! that some 99,000
burned during 19
1 areas of Florida.
to unusually dry
.. i and the fact that
were brought und
ants from planes
slows fires and co
fighters can get ir
control. More tha
ions of fire reta
were dropped fro
oxygen from the
actually cause thE
ALBERT R BROCCOLI ,d HARY SALMAN,,,, chemicals is in its
IIN CONNEB development, but
S H CONNER more effective cor
.UuDuER*Bu In 9 Through better
oTL ds, we are getting
ment to fires whi
,. jEVINMcCLOR PANAVISION And with cloud t
where lightning f
LATE SHOW SAT., 11:15 and whereli tn
start before the l
SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY ping of fires me
1965 Academy Award Winner get men and ec
A PA H OF exact spots that t
"A PATCH OF Nationally, the
,LE 11 est fires dropped E
BLUE 358 in 1964 to
with Over 90 per cen
Elizabeth Hartman, caused. Incendiar
Shelley Winters ers, and careless
Sidney Potier list.
Let me caution
USDA Good Beef ROUND
BRISKET STEW ----------
Fresh Lean Pan SAUSAGE
PORK ROAST- -----
BEEF CHUCK ROAST --------
Our Favorite No. 303 Cans
Green Beans 2 for 25c
RICE E.-- 3 Ib. bag 35c
Stokely No. 303 Can
PEACHES -__- 4 for 69c
BREAD _- 4 1
TISSUE -- 4
BLEACH -__ S
Showboat No. 2V2 Cans
PORK and 'BEANS ___ 4 can
PEANUT BUTTER qt. jai
PEANUT OIL-_ No. 10 Jar S
MAYONNAISE --- qt. jai
Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
SU GAR --A5 lb. ba!
With $7.00 Order or More
Maxwell House COFFEE __ Ib
LETTUCE -----_ head 19e
POTATOES -- 10 Ibs. 49c
GROCERY & MAI
SEVENTH STREET HIGHLAND
We Reserve Limit Rights -
St. Joe Paper Company
Awards 50 Scholarships
At the graduation exercises in This year the total amount of the
Wewahitchka Monday evening, May St. Joe Paper Company Scholar-
30, the St. Joe Paper Company, ship Awards is $117,250.00 to 50
th ,,hIh th e St .Tn Paner Comnanv students. Twenty-four of these
es hit an all-time Foundation Awards, p r e sented
e the number of scholarships to John Wesley Bish-
y fire in Florida op, Charles A. Estridge, Charles
the same period. Stephen Fortner, Yvita Yvonne
as reached me Luckie, Andrew DeLynn Page and
re sources that Houston Wayne Whitfield.
42 acres last year
tes. This area is At the graduation exercises in
size of the state Port St. Joe Tuesday evening, May
acreage burned 31, St. Joe Paper Company Founda-
uction of almost tion Awards were presented to
lr64 and is 383,- Dennis Dawson, Sherry Elizabeth
ian the previous White, Barbara Ann Lewis, Jacque
contrast, new fig- Fabel Price, William R. Antley,
s week indicate Michele Susan Anchors, Robin El-
acres of timber bert Downs, Jr., Josephine Anne
965 in protected Fite, Carla Jean Herring, Lena Ca-
therine Ramsey, Andrew Ellison
Trammell, Homer Ronald Atchison,
ase is attributed Thomas Joseph Wright and Martha
weather last year Helen Fite.
many new acres These scholarships are for one
er protection for year only and are deposited with
the schools or colleges selected by
chemical retard- the recipients.
scholarships, in the amount of $9,-
950.00, will be awarded to students
who have already successfully
completed some college work.
Twenty-six of this year's scholar-
ships, in the amount of $7,300.00
have been awarded to new recip-
Forty-three of the 50 students
receiving St. Joe Paper Company
Scholarships this year are residents
of Gulf County.
Since the St. Joe Paper Company
Foundation Awards were started in
1952, the total amount of the
awards, through and including
1966-67, is $196,323.00. These schol-
arships have been awarded to 516
Robins Downs Speaks
To Rotary Club
The women gather in a corner to talk and given by the Bank Saturday and Sunday. The
exchange views about the new Florida First Na- young man in the subdued coat seems to be cap-
tional Bank building at a reception and open house tivated by what is being said. -Star photo
that things are in fine hands and
that the youth of today, as never
before, are being prepared to meet
iols them so fire- 'season is just ahead, and more peo- Robin Downs, a graduating sen-
n close for better I ple than ever will be using the for- ior of Port St. Joe High School Downs offered the opinion that
in 7 million gal- ests and open spaces. Naturally, the spoke to the Rotary Club Thursday education of today is the tool that
ardant chemicals best way to reduce destruction giving his impressions, as a student will enable the coming adults to
m planes in 1965. from forest fires is to prevent fires of the world today. meet the challenge of their society.
either seal off from starting at all. "The trick" he said, "is to realize
point of burn, or Downs said that he was begin-that education is a tool and not an
e fuel to become ning to recognize the propagandaend product".
control of fires by presented in the world today and
Infancy stage of i to sift it from actuality, and that The speaker said that in his opin-
hold promise for Ti p he supposed this was a phase of ion life is truly worth living and
ntrol of fires, transferring to the adult world. He that he realized he must do his
detection meth- pointed out that this ability had best in order to make life palat-
g men and equip- come about through his education able to himself and better for the
le they are small. which had taught him to evaluate next generation.
racking we know his surroundings. A guest of the club was Merritt
ires are likely to Downs said that one thing he Pope of Panama City.
lightning strikes. has observed is that the world is
cy in aerial map- not so bad. By and large, he feels READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
,ans that we can
equipment to the LOADING
they are needed. Never step on the gunwale of a
small boat (it's pronounced "gun-
number of for- nel"' and refers to the top edge of
slightly from 116,- the boat's side). Step as nearly in
113,684 in 1965. the center of the craft as possible.
nt are still man- Step aboard, don't jump, and use
your hands to steady yourself.
ies, debris burn- Never let your fingers come be-
smokers head the tween the gunwale and dock. Don't
carry your Mercury outboard or
that the summer other gear aboard. Place it on the
edge of the dock, get aboard, then
lift the equipment in after you. If
the dock is high and you are alone,
consider lowering the motor into
the boat with a line while standing
on the dock. If the boat is pulled
to shore for loading, one person
should steady the boat while others
climb in over the bow. Those who
go aboard first should sit near the
stem to raise the bow so it can be
LeaoI easily shoved off by the last person VACATION ALL WHMITE D\
89c Legal Adv. BLOUSES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -O/
b. 29c CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
b. c AND FOR GULF COUNTY. SHORTS POLL PARROT, PERS(
b. 59c CITY of WARD RIDGE, FLORIDA, S SReul
5 Petitioner, ers Regular Pic
lb. 53c -vs- 2 FOR
STATE OF FLORIDA, et al,
ib. 49c Respondents.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
TO: THE STATE OF FLORIDA
milk ANIY THE SEVERAL PROPER-
oaves $1.00 TY OWNERS, TAXPAYERS, CI- Buy two of a kind
TIZENS AND OTHERS HAVING / two o a m f2
roll pk. 19c OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TI- .. or match 'em f a
TLE OR INTEREST IN PROPER-s 10i18
TY TO BE AFFECTED BY THE izes
gal. jug 39c ISSUANCE BY THE CITY OF
WARD RIDGE, FLORIDA, OF "AA" through "C
ONE $87,000.00 REVENUE BOND
S G1 CERTIFICATE HEREIN MORE CLEARANCE GROUP through
s 8 C PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED, C E E
OR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY
r 5 C s----"h Ladit
r 5 C ^ ~The State of Florida, through the BJ EJ -DS Ladi
fr 59 ^ State Attorney of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of said State, and
the several property owners, tax- 3XS \
S.29' payers, citizens, and others having
B 9 or claiming any right, title, or in- V \ i. i
terest in property to be affected by
the issuance by the City of Ward 1
S39 c Ridge, Florida, of the revenue cer-
tificate hereinafter more particu-
larly described, or to be affected DISCOUNT
JA in any way thereby, are hereby re-
g 49 c quired to appear before the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida, in Jr Petite Jr,
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of etite, Jr,
;59e said State, at the City Hall, Port
S St. Joe, Gulf County, Florida, on Missy and half The se
S C the 20th day of June, 1966, at '
10:00 o'clock A.M., and show cause sizes. A fine se- styles i
why the prayers of the Petition piece
--..-_ lb. 19c filed in the above proceeding election f o r all and col
should not be granted, and the rev-
--doz. 29C enue bond certificate therein de- summer wear
.--- doz. 29c scribed, and the proceedings here- summer wear.
tofore had authorizing the issuance
thereof, validated and confirmed, I
said revenue bond certificates be- M ens an 'Boy
Sing dated May 2, 1966, in the prin-
cipal amount of $87,000.00, matur-
ing in monthly installments of "MISSY" ,
$734.20 in the years 1966 to 1981,
including interest at the rate of six
S per cent (6%) per annum, a more Jamaica Short Sets
complete description of which said
revenue certificate is set forth in
RT the Petition filed in this cause.
DONE AND ORDERED, at We- '
wahitchka, Gulf County, Florida,
this llth day of May, A.D., 1966. 1 9 Never
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THURSDAY, JUNr= 2, 1966
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the Board of County Commission
of Gulf County, Florida, will
ceive sealed bids up to 9:00 A.)
CST, on June 14, 1966, for the p
chase of the following items
personal property to be used
Gulf County, Florida, over
twelve (12) month period:
14:00 x 24 12 ply tires.
13:00 x 24 12 ply tires.
10:00 x 20 12 ply tires.
9:00 x 20 10 ply tires.
8:25 x 20 10 ply tires.
8:25 x 15 12 ply and 14 ply tir
8:00 x 15 4 ply tires.
6:50 x 16 4 and 6 ply tires.
together with such other sizes
-tires and tubes as may be need
by Gulf County, Florida, in qu
titles as needed, for a period
twelve (12) months.
All bidders should quote price
on new and recapped tires list
The Board of County Comn
sioners reserves the right to
fuse any and all bids.
All bids should be addressed
Board of County Commissione
c/o George Y. Core, Clerk, Wew
Dated this 10th day of May, A.
BOARD OF COUNTY
Gulf County, Florida
JAMES G. McDANIEL
Brownie Troops Will Receive Awards
atTonight At Elementary Auditorium
re- Tonight at 7:15 .p.m., 100 Girl Pam Peters, Martha Griffith, Beth Reeves, Sara Claire Herring, Jo
M., Scouts from Brownie Troops 48, Ramsey, Carolyn Robinson, Delores Ann Hill, Pam Peters, Beth Ram-
ur- 157 and Junior Troop 125 will par- Mallett, Lee Anna Hardy, Melanie sey, Carolyn Robinson and Delores
by ticipate in an award ceremony at Witherow, Janet Sutton, Susan Mallett.
a the Port St. Joe Elementary School Trammell, Chris Laird, Ruthie Collector-Janet Sutton, Melanie
Auditorium. Mistress of Ceremon- Fleming, Lind aKirkland, Debbie' C ectoranet S on ea
ies will be Mrs. Baynard Malone, IParker, Pam Reeves, Sarah ClaireWitherowand RosemaryFaliski.
local Troop Consultant for Apala- Herring, Debbie Miller, Linda Mc- Cook-Lee Anna Hardy, Susan
chee Bend Girl Scout Council. Neill and Cynthia Flanders. Trammell, Melanie Witherow, Lin-
Brownie Troop 47 has eight girls
who will get their Brownie Wings
and fly up to Junior Girl Scouts:
Dawn Anchors, Renee Costin, Lila
Gunter, Debra Jones, Pam Parker,
Janet Murphy, Vicki Richards and
Sarah Ann Roberts. In addition,
these girls will get a one year mem-
bership pin. Also getting one year
membership pins from this troop
will be Cindy Atkins, Norma Dykes,
Regina Ellis, Karen Hanson, Mar-
garet McInnis, Jolynn Parrott,
Brenda Young, Karen Machen, Ja-
mie Newport and Tammy Rushing.
Troop 48 will award their Sponsor
with a certificate of appreciation.
Brownie Troop 157 has 14 Brow-
nies flying up to Junior Scouting.
Receiving their Brownie Wings
will be Teresa Brown, Marian Fay
GEORGE Y. CORE 2t Harrison, Nancy Jones, Debra
Clerk 5-26 Murphy, Donna Maddox, Diane
SESNTtoutamire, Sandra Ward, Renea
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Williamson, Cindy Wilson, Terri
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Webber, Terri Hinote, Judy Col-
IN RE: Estate of linsworth, Jacque Ard and Terry
C. N. HOBBS, Brown. They will receive one year
Deceased. membership pins also. Receiving
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION -
NOR FINAL D ISCHARGE OF one year pins will be Cindy Free-
EXECUTRIX man, Donna O'Brian, Debbie Huck-
Notice is hereby given that I eba, Melody Smith, Nan Parker,
have filed my Final Returns as Ex- Wanda Bradley, Sandra Tootle,
ecutrix of the Estate of C. N. Sandra Varnum, Cindy Baxley,
Hobbs, deceased; that I have filed Terry Gay and Susan Dupree. XI
my Petition for Distribution and wl
for Final Discharge, and that on Epsilon Kappa Sororiay will be
June 20, 1966, I will apply to the awarded a sponsor certificate.
Hon. Sam P. Husband, County Junior Girl Scout Troop 125 has
Judge of Gulf County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Returns and five girls receiving five year pins.
for an Order of Distribution and Pam Burch, Freda Sutton, Rose-
for Final Discharge as Executrix mary Faliski, Phyllis Thomason
of the Will of C. N. Hobbs, deceas- and Judy Schweikert. One year
edMa 20 1966. pins will be given to Debbie Stev-
SHIRLEY TEMPLE HOBBS ens, Imogene Robinson, Angie
Executrix of _the Estate of Russ, Delores Daniels, Mitzie Hen-
C. N. Hobbs, deceased. 4t drix, Jo Ann Hill, Sharon Ford,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of In Re: Estate of
JOHN V. GRISWOLD, ERVIN BOSWELL,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S SALE
All creditors of the estate of Notice is hereby given that the
John V. Griswold, deceased, are undersigned as the Executor of the
hereby notified and required to will of Ervin Boswell, deceased,
file any claims or demands which will sell at public outcry before the
they may have against said estate front door of the Gulf County
in the office of the County Judge Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Gulf
of Gulf County, Florida, in the County, Florida, at 11:00 o'clock,
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor- A.M., on June 24, 1966, the follow-
ida, within six (6) calendar months ing described property located in
from the date of the first publica- Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
tion of this notice. Each claim or Lot Twenty-seven (27) Block
demand must be in writing and One Thousand Four (1004),
must state the place of residence City of Port St. Joe, Florida, as
and post office address of the clai- per Official Map on file in -the
mant and must be sworn to by the office of the Clerk of Circuit
claimant, his agent, or his attor- Court of Gulf County, Florida.
ney, or it will become void accord- This sale will be for cash to the
ing to law. highest bidder and is being made
MARY K. GRISWOLD, pursuant to the order of the Coun-
Administratrix of the Es- ty Judge authorizing it and will be
tate of John V. Griswold, subject to his confirmation.
deceased. 4t-5-26 Dated this 26th day of May, A.
SILAS R. STONE D., 1966.
321 Reid Avenue SILAS R. STONE
Port St. Joe, Florida Executor of the Estate of
Attorney for Administratrix Ervin Boswell, deceased.
First publication, May 26, 1966. 4t--26
Open For The Summer
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Your choice meats, sea foods, hamburgers, desserts
The Sign of the Arrow, signfying
path of Girl Scouting, will be
arded to Freda Sutton and Rose-
The Sign of the Star, guiding the
,ut along the way in Scouting
i will be awarded Freda Sutton
1 Rosemary Faliski.
The following badges will be
arded to Junior Scouts:
Troop Camper-Debbie Stevens,
ida Sutton and Rosemary Falis-
Active Citizen-Carolyn Robin-
1, Chris Laird, Freda Sutton and
Backyard Fun-Melanie Wither-
,Susan Trammell, Chris Laird,
ua .irKland, uDebie rarKer, Pam
Reeves, Janet Sutton, Chris Laird,
Pam Burch, Sara Claire Herring,
Jo Ann Hill, Sharon Ford, Rose-
mary Faliski, Pam Peters, Beth
Ramsey, Delores Daniels and An-
Community Safety-Pam Burch
and Chris Laird.
Hospitality-Janet Sutton, Chris
Laird, Pam Burch, Imogene Robin-
son, Phyllis Thomason, Beth Ram-
sey and Delores Daniels.
Books-Susan Trammell, Rose-
Health Aid-Melanie Witherow,
Linda Kirkland, Linda Sullivan.
Rosemary Faliski, Imogene Robin-
son, Freda Sutton, Pam Peters and
n Burch, Ruthie Fleming, Pam. Carolyn Robinson.
Housekeeper-Chris Laird, Pam
Burch, Debbie Parker, Delores Dan-
iels, Angie Russ, Sharon Ford, Deb-
bie Stevens and Imogene Robin-
Home, Health, Safety-Pam
Reeves, Debbie Parker, Linda
Kirkland, Pam Burch, Imogene
Robinson and Phyllis Thomason.
Magic Carpet-Rosemary Faliski.
My Home-Melanie Witherow,
Chris Laird, Pam Burch, Debbie
Parker and Pam Reeves.
Story Telling-Melanie Wither-
ow and Pam Reeves.
Pets-Judy Schweikert and Fre-
Sewing-Mitzie Hendrix, Jo Ann
Hill and Delores Mallett.
Drawing and Painting-Delores
Mallett, Pam Peters, Freda Sutton.
Personal Health-Debbie Parker,
Freda Sutton and Phyllis Thoma-
Water Fun-Pam Reeves, Rose-
mary Faliski, Pam Burch, Mitzie
Hendrix, Freda Sutton, Phyllis
Thomason and Martha Griffith.
A new Junior Girl Scout Troop
will be formed with Mrs. Sidney
Anchors and Mrs. Braxton Ward
For the first time there will be a
Cadette Troop for girls in the sev-
enth, eighth and ninth grades.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fa. -
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 PON'T IOSE IT-
Crossing the Bridge of Scouting LOCK IT!
into this troop will be Freda Sut-
ton, Pam Burch, Phyllis Thomason,
Rosemary Faliski, Imogene Robin-
son, Judy Schweikcrt, Angie Russ, ..;
Debbie Stevens, Delores Daniels.
This troop will be led by Mrs.
Robert Faliski and Mrs. Roy Burch.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 the requirements of the program.
Therefore, the program will be
available only to those presently
.Elementary School W ill Provide in grades four, five and six.
SIf you are interested in enroll-
Reading Course During the Summer ing your child, the school will be
happy to discuss this with you.
The Port St. Joe Elementary along with conventional type of There will be a fee of 5.00 to cover
school will offer a reading course reading make up the course con- the cost of materials to be used
Sfor those pupils in need of reme- tent. Phonics work will be inclub- with the program, which will last
dial work and for children inter, ed. Because of the nature of the for six weeks.
ested in maintaining reading skills course, the immediate fourth, fifth This program should not neces-
during the summer. and sixth grade pupils would like- sarily inconvenience your summer
The RSA reading laboratory ly be more successful in meeting to any great degree. This is an in-
dividualized reading course and the
pupil may go as fast or as slow as
his abilities permit. Pupils will be
provided periods to work on.any
lessons they might miss.
Those interested should have
their child enrolled as soon as pos-
sible so that materials may be or-
dered and on hand when the cour-
se begins June 20.
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Students of Port St. Joe High School took
over the governmental and service reins of the
city last Wednesday and served in their capacity
for the full day. The students were elected to
their positions in an election held at the school.
In the picture above are the student city man-
agers. In the front row, left to right are: Robin
Downs, Mayor; Anita Smith, city clerk and Al
Scheffer, city commissioner. Standing, from left
to right are: Boyd Merritt, city commissioner;
Alfred Rudd, city commissioner; Lamar Orrell,
city commissioner; Jim Cox, chief of police; Larry
Cox, Student Council project chairman; Ricky
Thursday, fire chief; Bryan Baxley, park and
street superintendent and Jackie Raffield, water
The student government was treated to a
noon luncheon at the Motel St. Joe by their adult
counterparts Wednesday. The Commission held
a special meeting to show the students how they
operate and settled several hypothetical questions.
After the demonstration, Mayor Robin Downs
took over and the sutdent government offered two
resolutions for adoption. They offered a resolu-
tion asking that the Student Government Day be
an annual event. They also presented a resolu-
tion abhoring vandalism to city property which
results in the expenditure of a great amount of
tax dollars each year to correct.
The student government also recommended
a study of all city street intersections for hazard-
ous conditions, especially lack of vision at inter-
sections by signs, shrubs, etc.
Following the luncheon, the students were
taken on a tour of all city operations.
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State Banks and Trust Companies
Have Assets of Nearly $3 Billion
TALLAHASSEE State Comp- tical example of Florida's steadily
roller Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., to- growing economic might," Dick-
doay reported that total assets of inson said.
state chartered banks and trust The Comptroller added that "the
companies neared the $3 billion continued increases of our state-
mark. Chartered institutions is contribu-
Dickinson said the Spring finan- ting materially to Florida's en-
cial report of the financial institu- hanced position as a financial cen-
tions showed a total of $2,999,288, ter of the United States."
168.89 in assets. Dickinson's report included the
That, Dickinson said, is an in- resources of all 248 state chartered
crease of $252,768,233.53 over the commercial bank s, commercial
total for the comparable report banks and trust companies, trust
period of a year ago. companies and industrial savings
"This steady gain in our finan- banks.
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104,394 of the total. That represent-
ed a gain over the previous year of
Assets of the six state chartered
savings banks reached $31,183,774.
Over the year, that was an increase
of more than $7.5 million.
Loans and discounts accounted
for $1.3 billion of the nearly $3 bil-
lion in assets and obligations of
political subdivisions accounted for
another $1.1 billion. Included in
liabilities were total deposits of
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High School Student Government Takes Over Reigns of
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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 808 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 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
FOREIGN: ONE YEAR, $3.75 SIX MOS. $2.25 THREE MOS. $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word .barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
SPEAK UP FOR A BOAT BASIN
Next Tuesday night is the time for the regular meeting
of the City Commission. And if the past is any indication,
the question of a boat launching site and basin for Port St.
SJoe, is about ready to come to a head. This subject will
probably be discussed at Tuesday's meeting.
The City Commission is desirous of providing what the
people of the area desire, in the limits of the City's capabili-
ties. 'They have been agreeable in the past to try to locate
a suitable place and expend a sum of money to provide boat
launching facilities on a permanent basis for Port St. Joe.
And it seems only natural for a city the size of Port St.
Joe, situated on a beautiful bay with abundant sport fishing
to have a launching site and a boat basin. It especially seems
*to be the thing to have, since we garner quite a sum each
summer from tourists. And tourists naturally associate boat-
ing sports along with their seashore vacations.
The subject of the boat basin has been publicized for
several months now, what with the City's attempts at locat-
ing the right spot to place the basin. Several locations have
been suggested, and then ruled out for one reason or another.
The Board is now attempting to secure property on the Gulf
SCounty Canal with the feeling that this protected area would
best serve our boating needs.
But now the Commission (or some of its members) is
beginning to suspect that the majority of the citizens of Port
St. Joe do not care for a boat basin, since they have heard
no conversation pro or con on the matter, with the exception
of a very few people. The Board is ready and willing to
secure property and construct a creditable boat basin for
the community, but they will back down if the public does
not express an interest in the project.
We personally feel that access to the water for boats is
a definite asset for our people and our attraction for tourists.
If you feel as we do, then we think that it would be to your
advantage to tell the City Commissioners, individually, of
your desires. They are anxious to act on your wishes.
THE LAST SCHOOL BELL
For millions of school children, the time of respite from
books, homework and tests is almost at hand. Thoughts of
a summer job, the playground, a camping trip, or a swim
at the beach are intruding more and more on academic pur-
suits. Both the young and the old need a time to refresh
their spirits, soak up what they have learned and take a
look at the course of their life and work.
For many high school and college students, the last
school bell of this year will mean graduation and the great-
er responsibility of putting to use what they have learned
in productive work in their communities, their nation and
their families. The habit of learning is the most valuable
lesson they can carry away from their days of formal edu-
cation. The ability to learn and adapt is part of living in
this fast changing world. It is still true that knowledge with-
out action is futile, but it is more valid than ever before to
observe that action without knowledge is disaster.
The last school bell of the year brings change. It brings
the fun of summer. May it bring also a time for young
people to gain new resolve to pursue the knowledge that
awaits them in the schoolrooms to come and in all the years
of their lives that lie ahead.
Notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of June 1966, at the
front door of the City Hall, City of Port St. Joe, State of Florida, tax
sale certificates will be sold on the following described land to pay
the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with
all costs of such sale and all advertising.
C. W. BROCK,
City Treasurer and Collector
City of Port St. Joe, Florida
ASSESSED -OWNER LOT
F. A. LeHardy 16
Martin Theatres of Fla. _---- N. 21' of N2 14
and WA of Lots 14, 16, 18
Dr. William F. Wager 22 and 24
F. A. LeHardy 28 and 30
W. J. Branch 6
W. J. Branch 8
Chester Gant 17 and 19
Joe S. Bouie 7
Chester Gant 10
Frank Betton 30 and 32
Gertrude Hamilton 19
H. L. Harris 8
H. L. Harris 10
Andrew Granger 8 and Wz of 10
Rei Pittman 5
Adrian Gant 33
Kinchen B. Hall 6
Ernest M. Jones, Sr. 26 and 28
PERSONAL PROPERTY Ta
Alma Lee Bryant (Beauty Shop)
F. A. LeHardy (Nickelodions)
LeHardy's Package Store
Martin Theatres of Florida
Dr. William F. Wager
xes and Advertising
5t-Mav 9l-.Tiine 18f
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
LADIES SUMMER LEAGUE
May 19, 1966
Player's Super Market took all
four games from Amison's on lanes
1 and 2. Bennie Hunter led Player's
with a 381 series and Marie Boone
followed her with a 347 series.
I*;OpIG --C. DO.N
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TILT PIN ADJUSTMENT
The outboard motor is designed to
push a boat straight ahead with
minimum effort and resistance. In-
correct tilting in either direction
changes the angle of hull attack
with a resultant loss of efficiency.
Improper tilt angle can reduce boat
speed by as much as one-quarter to
one-half, say the Mercury outboard
experts When the tilt pin is set too
far back, the outboard motor's
thrust tends to push the stern down
and the bow up Often the bow
will then interfere with the oper-
ator's vision The stern digs into
the water, wasting your power, and
the windage drag on the hull is in-
creased enormously, which also
wastes power Because the anti-
cavitation plate is being dragged at
an angle through the water, un-
necessary underwater drag and
wave action also result. When the
tilt pin is too far forward, the bow
tends to dig in and the stern rides
high. Large bow and stern wakes
result. The boat begins to plow
through the water instead of plan-
ing over it.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DONALD RAY WOOD,
TO: LAURA WOOD, whose last
known residence and post office
address is 787 Penn Avenue N.
E., Apartment 5, Atlanta, Geor-
On or before the 20th day of
June, A.D., 1966, the defendant,
Laura Wood, is required to serve
upon Hoi. Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of
an Answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 17th day
of May, A.D. 1966.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Gulf County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-5-19
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
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the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida.
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203 REID AVENUE PHONE 227-8111
dra Raffield was high for Raffield her with a 437 series. Fi in
with a 386 series and Judy Watts Team No. 7 took a three to one IShing Licenses
A l CA l I Ifollowed her with a 367 series. win over Raffield's on lanes 5 and Expire June 30
l aStandings 6. Lou Crane led Team No. 7 with
y C a WStadins urW L a 432 series and Judy Womble fol- TALLAHASSEE-AII fresh wa-
Rockettes 5 lowed her with a 416 series. San- ter fishing licenses expire on
Rockettes 5 dra Raffield was high for Raffields l r
Amison's 4 4 with a 398 series and Peggy Whit- June 30 and new licenses are re-
MEN'S SUMMER LEAGUE iLois Smith was high for Amison's WJOE 4 4 fid olloweher ith a 36 se- quired on July 1. Most fishermen
Monday night saw very little ac- with a 486 series. Glidden 4 4 ies purchase new licenses as soon as
tion as Vitro and Sunshine Gro- Team No. 7 4 4
cery postponed a Vance ogers Team No. 7 took all four games Player's Super Mkt. __ 4 4 The Rockettes took a three to untilust prior to going fishing,
ofif. from WJOE on lanes 3 and 4. Judy Raffield's 1 7 one win over WJOE on lanes 7 and oti ilfish without a in.
forfeited. I Womble led Team No. 7 with a 428 8. Ruby Lucas led the Rockettes
Lanes 5 and 6 saw Bleach Plant series and Faye Gardner followed cense as long as possible. Dur
take four points by forfeit from her with a 404 series. Chris Kirsh- May 26, 1966 with a 437 series and Vivian Har- ing the month of April the tables
Vance Rogers. Joel Barbee was tops ne f JE with a 396 dy followed her with a 419 series. were turnedon 254 of the latter
Vance Rogers. Joel Barbee was tops ner was high for WJOE with a 396 Glidden took all four games Chris Kirshner was high for WJOE group as they got "c254 of tughte latte wish
for Bleach Plant with a 500 series series and Laura Sewell followed from Player's Super Market on with a 400 series and Marilyn
and a game of'211. her with a 337 series. Ilanes one and two. Jean Stoufer led Blackwell followed her with a 360 ing without licenses.
On lanes 7 and 8 Montgomery's Glidden took a three to one win Glidden with a 487 series, also high series. In a statewide report of ar-
took three from Glidden. Robert over The Rockettes on lanes 5 and series for the alleys. Gail Hinote Stannings W L rests, W. B. Copeland, chairman
Montgomery was high for his team 6. Evelyn Smith led Glidden with a followed her with a 466 series. Whit's Four 9 3 of the Game and Fresh Water
with a 499 series and a game of 462 series and Jean Stoufer follow- Margaret Player was high for Rockettes 8 4 Fish Commission said, "A fishing
188. Glidden spotlighted Bill An- ed her with a 450 series. Anna Player's with a 368 series. Glinden 8 4 license may be the least expen-
derson with a 529 series and a Smith was high for the Rockettes Whit's Four took a three to one Team No. 7 7 5 sive item of a fishing trip, how-
game of 192. Virgil Daniels also with a 406 series. win over Amison's on lanes 3 and Amison's 5 7 ever, some fishermen will at-
had a 192 for Glidden. This week Whit's Four took a three to one 4. Francis Gay and Mary Roberts WJOE 5 7 tempt to evade the law and fish
begins a series of "know the win over Raffield's on lanes 7 and both led Whit's Four with a 421 Player's Super Mkt. ____ 4 8 without licenses. The end results
team". This week's team is Glidden 8. Mary Brown led Whit's Four with series. Lois Smith was high for Raffield's 2 10 of such practice can be a fine
Company. The bowlers are Bill An- a 496 series and Shirley Whitfield Amison's with a 440 series and Ver- that far exceeds the cost of a
derson, Rankin Morris, Bill Whit- followed her with a 469 series. San- na Burch followed close behind SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAF fishing license."
field, Virgil Daniels and Harry _.
Powell. All these men are very
good bowlers and we are glad to
Standings W L
Vitro 23 9 Automatic
Glidden 24 12
Sunshine Gro. -------- 20 12
Bleach Plant ------ 17 19
Montgomery's ----13 23
V. Rogers 7 29
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KRAFT PAPER--transported into the Pittsburgh area by containers at the firm's Stowe Township fabrication plant. Paper
river for first time-is unloaded at McKees Rocks dock. St. Joe left Florida on April 29, arrived in Pittsburgh in a Union Barge
Paner Comoanv shiod d2337 rolls. ea h weiahin 3.000 pounds,
rapea company sn11ppea jl/ri, l iwellg g avvn
from its Port St. Joe, Florida, mill for processing into co
To Ship Paper T
"first" was recorded here this week
when more than 1,000,000 pounds
of kraft paper were delivered to
a local dock. by Union Barge Line
It is the first time this type of
paper has been moved into the
area by river. The paper was
shipped by St. Joe Paper Company
from its large paper mill at Port
St. Joe, Florida, to the
rication plant here for
into corrugated contain
C. B. Kreiger, genera
of the plant in nearby St
ship, said the paper left
April 29. The barge arrive
burgh in a UBL tow on
"right on schedule".
He pointed out the shi
not take too much long
For Those Wanting
Gulf County citizens interested
in increasing educational opportun-
ities in Northwest Florida are be-
ing urged to participate in an edu-
cational survey currently being
conducted by the Panama City-
Bay County Chamber of Commerce.
The survey will strive to deter-
mine the amount of interest citi-
zens of this area have in obtaining
junior and senior level college
courses in this area, in addition to
the freshman an sophomore level
courses already being offered at
Gulf Coast Junior College in Pan-
It also will strive to determine
interest in increasing graduate-
level programs already being con-
ducted in Bay County and which
have served many Gulf County
citizens as well.
A similar survey in 1962 led to
the Gulf Coast Graduate Center in
1963 in Panama City, and Bay
County Chamber officials are hope-
ful this year's survey will be just
The survey begins Sunday, May
29, when a questionnaire is re-
printed in the Panama City News-
Herald. Further questionnaires may
be obtained by contacting the Pan-
ama City-Bay County Chamber of
The survey is due to end June
S LineCorporation tow on May 22. its 17 box fabricating plants is
located. This shipment was follow-
Sed by another to the same plant
and then by one to a company
Uses Rive ar plant in Houston.
The latest shipment was moved
in a UBL covered hopper barge
Super, in 337 rolls, each weighing
3,000 pounds, was unloaded at the
firm's fab- time required for freight of this paper product to arrive in Pitts- Ohio River dock of McKees Rock
processing kind by rail. burgh by barge is newsprint, and Industrial Enterprises and trucked
:rs. Mr. Kreiger said the company is that has been only on a sporadic the short distance to the St. Job
1 manager experimenting with waterways basis, plant.
owe Town- transportation as a supplement to Mr. Kreiger said the company The plant, which has been fab-
Florida on rail shipments to help supply in- made its first shipment of kraft ricating boxboard containers here
ed in Pitts- creasing production capabilities, paper by inland waterways earlier for 25 years, was purchased by St.
May 22- Another factor is the low cost of in the year-from Port St. Joe by Joe Paper in 1959. In 1965, it pro-
barge traffic, way of the Gulf Intracoastal Wa- duced 366 million square feet of
pment did He believes that, until this ship- terway and Mississippi River to containers for a volume over $6
r than the ment of kraft paper, the only other Memphis, Tenn., where another of million.
TFE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966
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"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ----...... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION _. 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( ..- 7:30 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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need him, regardless of
the hour! And you.can
depend on him for all
your other health
needs, too .
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
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Invit e d...
to a Gold Medallion Home Showing and Open House
during the big
GOLD MEDALLION HOME on Oak Avenue at Mexico Beach.
See it at our Open House.
Visit our modern Gold Medallion Home on Oak Ave., at Mex-
ico Beach and see for yourself how comfortable all-electric
living can be. And be sure to pick up an entry blank for the
big Kingsberry Sweepstakes. You may be a lucky winner!
The home will be open from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. each day.
GRICE HOME on St. Joe Beach. Another Gold
Medallion Home by Charles M. Parker.
THE GOLD MEDALLION EMBLEM IS YOUR
GUARANTEE of ELECTRICAL EXCELLENCE
It is awarded only to homes that meet the highest standards for
electric wiring, lighting and appliances. Both of these beautiful
Charles M. Parker Kingsberry Homes have been awarded his prized
emblem for outstanding electric equipment, including electric heat-
ing and cooling.
Nothing to Buy! Nothing to Write!
Plenty to Win!
Entry blanks will be available at the Gold
Medallion home on Oak Avenue during Open
House festivities. Prizes include a television
set, electric slicing knife, clock radio with
snooze alarm, transistor radio and travel
CHARLES M. PARKER
-Developer MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
(Continued From Page 1)
lin, Senior Class president; Margar-
et O'Bryan, library science; Chris-
tie Coldewey, cheer leader captain;
Danny Odum, audio visual; Nancy
McInnis, art; Robin Downs, drama-
tics and Tommy Wright, intramural
In presenting diplomas to the 81
Seniors, Superintendent Craig fail-
ed to recognize publicly the fact
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966
that Susan Maxwell was an honor
graduate and asked that we do it
Visitors From Detroit
Mrs. Thomas Gordon of Detroit,
Michigan is visiting her brother
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
J. R. McKinnon
Taken By Death
Funeral services for Jefferson
(Continued From Page 1)
live productions, in the Port Thea-
tre. Dave Smith. owner of the thea- -
R. McKinnon, age 53 of Douglas o
R. McKinnon, age 53, of Douglas tre, has offered the use of it at no I --
Landing, who died suddenly at his i -. .
home Wednesday afternoon of lasts further reported that r
week, were held Friday at 3:30 professional set designer will be
professional set designer will be l _-t --__---
p.m. at the Comforter Funeral available to aid and advise th
Home Chapel in Wewahitihka Rev. group in their first production
W. J. Runnels, pastor of the Wewa- Further offers ofhelp have turn-
hitchka Baptist Church officated. ed up the interesting fact that the
Burial was in the family plot at community has many talented eo
Jehu Cemetery at Wewahitchka. ple whose talents have been buried
Mr. McKinnon is survived by his i an o n t- y
widow, Mrs. Edith McKinnon, of Necessar steps were taken to
Douglas Landing; five daughters, complete the actual organization of
Miss Equima McKinnon, Miss Re- o
Ms EMcilnl a M nnon Miss eaiethe group so that they could move
mo n aingn forward in producing their first
McKinnon, all of Douglas Landing,play. Mrs. Beth Lawrence was
tMrs. Henry Weekley of Panaa elected president; Mrs. Mary Agnes
City and Mrs. Bob Hopkins of Ter- Kilbourn, secretary; Fead Ether- -_-
rell, Texas; three sisters, Mrs. Mor- ide, membership chairman; SandyE
rell Register of Plant City, Mrs. I idge, membership chairman; Sandy
r ell Register of Pan C Mrs. Barber and William J. Rish. co
E arl Coo eof Orlando and thre. chairmen of the by-laws committee.
r ook an It is expected that a producer for
grandchildren. "The Mouse That Roared" will be
Comforter Funeral Home was in an ce at the next meeting, as
announced at the next meeting, as
charge of arrangements well as the selection of a stage, ny Attend House New
.- props, wardrobe and make-up man- Openof
Lloyd Pope Speaks ager. The crowd gathers in the main lobby of the
I Mrs. Lawrence, newly elected new Florida First National Bank building Sun-
To Kiwanis Tuesday president of the Little Theatre day afternoon at an open house held for showing
it group has asked that The Star pub-
Lloyd Pope, manager of the lish the following information for
Florida Power Corporation here in the beeit o those ho ish t comfortable, casual clothing to will become a
Port St. Joe, spoke to the Kiwanis join but were not able to attend lessen the discomfort of the hot, pride; that it w.
Club Tuesday. He used as his t h e last meeting. Membership summer evenings. Since it is also attract visitors
theme, fair business tactics among cards may be obtained from any possible .that some would like to that it will gro
competitors. Pope observed that member or by calling the member- join a group of this nature, but. give people of a
good, clean competition makes for shin chairman, Mr. Etheridge. would not like to betrequired to ing absorbing
more alert merchandising and a Since all gatherings of the tae be required t o ng, absorbing
better deal for the customer. take a role on stage, they may be ty. Those who
ers a highlight of his talk, P group will be primarily work ses- assured that there are many jobsn the effort t
created a hypothetical o is ta o sons, it is hoped that members to be done in Little Theatre other Theatre in Port
created a hypothetical situation of will feel free to come dressed in
fair cooperation among competitors than acting. at the response
and stirred up some interesting It is hoped that this organization ters of congratu
conversation on just what was fair Brooks Descendants
business practices. Attend d Opening lI
Guests of the club were Key Attend Bridge Opening
Clubbers Clark Downs and Tommy
Atchison. John Thomas Brooks, founder of
Bramton. Mrs. Gordon attended Georgia Visitors
graduation exercises for her neph- Mrs. H. I. Wooden, Sr., and Mrs.
ew, Bobby Bramton Tuesday night. H. I. Wooden, Jr., visited several
S-- days this week with Mr. and Mrs.
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Fort Walton Beach, and for whoi
the original bridge, constructed i
1934 was named, was honored o
Monday, May 23, when the nei
four-laned bridge over Santa Ros
sound was dedicated in honor o
his memory. The new bridge opei
ed up promise of a four-lane
route all the way from Pensacol
to Panama City and then to Por
St. Joe, Apalachicola and Perry.
Mayor William Thompson o
Fort Walton Beach paid tribute t
the remarkable courage and fort
tude of the city's founder anm
lauded the achievements of hi
grandson, the late Thomas Brooks
who was Mayor of Fort Waltoi
Beach at one time and served a
one of the presidents of the Play
ground Chamber of Commerce.
The name of Brooks is infinitel:
important to the history and cur
rent progress of Northwest Florida
as is evidenced by the prominent
roles which have been played by
the many influential descendants
of John Thomas Brooks.
Those attending the ceremonies
from this area were: Mrs. W. C
(Mary Brooks) Forehand, daughter
and youngest child of Mr. Brooks;
Mrs. A. P. Jackson, granddaughter;
Brooks Kennington, grandson; Miss
Barbara Brown, great granddaugh
ter; and George Kennington, great
One of the interesting sidelights
to Monday's dedication of the new
four-lane span over Santa Rosa Is-
land included the story of State
Road Board Member James Lee.
Lee, it was revealed, was one of
the workmen who pushed wheel-
barrows of dirt for 15 cents an
hour when the old bridge was built
in 1934. As the recently-appointed
Road Board Member he was credit-
ed Monday with having brought the
project to a successful conclusion
with the four-lane span's official
Spends Week End Here
Miss Paula Lovett spent last
week end here visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett.
See us for your
Engraved Social or
Need tires? Remember WE
have the best deal in this
area. One trial will convince
you of that.
Highland View Gulf
Hwy. 98 W Phone 229-2987
701 Monument Avenue
Florida First National Bank Building
off the new facilities. Several hundred people
'visited the new building on Saturday and Sun-
day afternoon for the occasion. -Star photo
source of community agement have been received fr6m
ill someday help to former residents of Port St. Joe
to this community; who have heard of the move, one
w in numbers and as far away as the state of Louisi-
11 ages, an interest- ana.
summertime activi- Remember that try outs for the
have been involved first production will begin at the
o organize a Little High School Auditorium Thursday,
St. Joe are pleased June 2 at 8:00 p.m. Bring your own
shown already. Let- coffee cup and expect an evening
nations and encour- of fun.
FOR SALE: Lot )n 10th Street. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on INCOME-SPARE TIME: No sell-
f Call 229-3041. 2t 100'x100' lot. Large carport. 224 ing. Refill and collect money
o 5 th Street, Highland View. Hous-from new type coin operated dis-
- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Den pensers in this area. Must ha'e
2 baths, Y ting. At St. Joe ton Watson, phone 674-8824 car, references, $550 to $1850
d Beach. Phone 648-4342. Furnished Blountstown or come by Mo-Jo Sta- cash. Ten hours weekly can net
s or unfurnished. tfc-3-10 tion in Highland View. 4tp-6-2 excellent income. More timt can
s, result in more money. For person-
n FOR SALE MOVE IN furnished home. Take al interview write CO-REP., INC.,
New, three bedroom, two bath, care of home and pay utility 10 California Ave., Pittsburgh, ?a.,
s bridk home. $400 will cover all 'ills. Coupe only. Go jy 5,2, cor- 15202. Include phone number. It
- closing costs and down payment. ner 8th and Long. I. C. Lupton.
Balance like rent on FHA loan. Call Mrs. Jimmy Kilbourn. 4tp FOR SALE: Good, used television
Two bedroom cottage on 1%1', sets. Good assortment. St. Joe
y front lots at St. Joe Beach. This is FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish- Radio and T VCompany, 228 Reid
San excellent buy at $6,000. ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea- Ave., Phone 227-4081. 12-16tfc
a Duplex apartment on front lot sonable monthly rates. Call 227-
t at St. Joe Beach. Priced at only 3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7 TAKE UP PAYMENTS on very
S$4,500. nice 57x10 Melody Home, 3 bed-
A nice two bedroom ho. e on FOR REAL ESTATE SALES and room, 1 baths. No equity. Phone
s -a at St. Joe Bi '" RENTALS contact Elizabeth W. 229-4991. tfc-2-24
would make a nice home or an Thompson, associate. Mexico Beach
s ideal beach cottage. House is in Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98, 19th FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Special. In
excellent condition. Only $4,800. St. Phone 648-4545. E. Tom Prid- good condition. $175.00. Contact
FRANK HANNON geon, broker. tfc3-31 G. L. Sullivan 229-4141 after 5 p.m.
Registered Real Estate Broker FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished 227-2081, 8:00 to 5:00 tfc-4-28
221 Reid Ave. tfc Ph. 227-3491 house in town. 2 bedroom house, FOR SALE: Fibreglass boats. 19'
furnished, at St. Joe Beach. Smith's cabin cruiser sleeps 2 and 17'
FOR SALE: 2 cottages at St. Joe Pharmacy. Phone 227-5111. tfc cruiser with or without motors. J.
Beach. Call 648-4364 after 5:00 D. Clark. 1017 Long Ave.
p.m. tfc-3-3 FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a rt- PERSON WANTED to supply Raw-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at St. ments. Cool in summer, warm in leigh products to consumers in
S Joe Beach. Large den, carport wint-.r. Gas heat, window fans. Gulf County or Port St. Joe. Good
and utility room, 1480 square feet. They must be seen to be apprec- time to start. Write Rawleigh
SFenced yard. Phone 227-7916 after iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK- FL E 100 28, Memphis, Tenn. 5t5-5
6 pm. Billy Jordan. tfc-5-5 ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
6 p.m. Billy Jordan, tfc-5-5 co Lodge Apartments and Trailer IF DR. SAYS ULCERS, get new
Park, White City. tfc-2-24 Ph5 tablets. Fast as liquids. On-
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom home ly 98c at CAMPBELL DRUGS. 5-26
S on corner lot in nice neighbor- FOR RENT: Unfurnished large,
Shood, wall to wall carpet in living nice 2 bedroom house. Fenced GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
room, den and hall. Two carports back yard, convenient to school. altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
and utility rooms. Pay part of Phone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
equity and take up existing loan. trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
SPhone 227-8021, 301 15th Street, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished see Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
after 5:00 p.m. house. 205 12th Street. Phone CARPET CLEANING on location
227-5151. Mabel Baxley. tfc-5-26 or free pick-up and delivery.
FO SALE: 2 bedroom house on Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 99
2 lots at White City. Carport, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment Kraft Ave., Panama City or call
utility house and 20x21 shop build- in town. Call Jean Arnold, 648- PO 3-7824. atfc.4-2
ing. Call 229-4964. tfc-3-17 4800. tfc-5-26
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
FOR SALE: 1961 Valiant, radio, COLOR TELEVISION ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
heater, good tires, good condi- by RCA or PHILCO made and refinished. Rifles spor7-
tion. Call 229-2776 or 227-3161. 19" 21" 25" ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
S- Available for immediate delivery anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO. Phone 229-2272. tfc
block home on Westcott Circle. Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave.
Reasonable. Call 227-8862. FOR SALE: 5ton GE commercial SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. phone 229-3097
Trailer Park. Six nice furnished call 229-3611. tfc-4-28 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
apartments, 9 trailer spaces. In FOR SALE: Used refrigerators, man is as near as your telephone.
White City. Will take house in on electric and gas ranges, freezer. Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR.
trade. Contact B. C. Prince, Wimo Gay's Goodyear and Appliances. ANCE AGENCY, across from the
Lodge, White City, phone St. Joe Post Office. Local and Long Dis.
229-2410 or Wewahitchka, Fla., Rt. I FOR SALE: 1961 Ford Falcon Eco- nce Moving. Free Estimates.
1. tfc-4-28 noline. New paint. Good condi- -
tion. 900.00. Call 229-3611. tfc-5-26 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
FOR SALE: Lot at Simons Bayou. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Ideal for trailer. 100x150 with ONLY TWO new GE 19" portable
septic tank and well. Phone 229- TV's with stand. $139.95 ea. Gay ing second and fourth Tuesday
4721. tfc-4-28 Goodyear and Appliances. nights, 800 p.m. American Legion
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with WE REPAIR outboard motors,
den. 2101 Long Avenue. Small lawn mowers and small electri- R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
equity. Phone 229-3131. cal appliances. LOVETT'S FIX-IT Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
equity. Phone 229-3131. SHOP. 504 Third St., Port St. Joe. 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on- companions welcome.
79'x296' lot. Many extras. Alum- SELL KNAPP SHOES part or full THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
inum siding, wall to wall carpet time. Earn $25 to $150 a week on EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary c
in living room. Only $4,000. Terms high commissions and bonus. Stea-
can be arranged Jean Arnold P dy year-round business. Equipment THERE WILL BE a regular com
648-4800. tfc-5-26 furnished free. Write to R. L. munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
'c_ Johnson, Knapp Shoes, Brockton, No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom block house Mass. 2tc and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
on % acre land. Deep well. At
White City. Owner will finance af- BABY SITTING at unbeatable
ter small down payment. 229-3797 rates. Less than 15c per hour for
ter smallyour angels. Others slightly higher.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom Call 227-4191. tfc H. L. BURGE Scrtar
house at Beacon Hill. $45.00 mo. CALL 227-4191 and ask to speak to AH W A cre ary
Call 227-3261. tfc-6-2 007. RALPH SWATTS, SR, W.M.
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