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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456
Re-Accreditation of High School Requested
Two Port St. Joe men were injured in the car pictured above
in an accident Monday afternoon. -Star photo
Eight people were injured in the auto pictured above. The dri-
ver was Jack Skipper of Quincy. -Star photo
10 Injured In Holiday Auto
Accident Near Cape San Bias
Ten people received injuries
in a two car collision near the
Cape San Bias road on Highway
30-A Monday afternoon, for the
only accident in Gulf County dur-
ing the three day holiday week
Receiving injuries, were Jack
Skipper, Margie Liska, Jackie
Skipper, Kenneth Skipper, Jerry
Skipper, Lamar Trawick, Judy
Skipper and Deborah Trawick,
all of Quincy and Nathaniel Way
*and Harvey Watts, both of Port
According to Trooper Ken
Murphy of the Florida Highway
Patrol, a 1961 Ford, driven by
Jack Skipper, and with all of
the Quincy people as passengers,
was traveling toward Port St.
Joe at about 50 miles per hour.
Trooper Murphy said the Skipper
auto had just rounded "Dead
Man's Curve" and was about two
feet over the center line, when
they met a 1958 Ford driven by
Harvey Watts, of Port St. Joe.
The two autos hit in the in-
side quarter panel, injuring both
of the drivers. The Skipper car
traveled 138 feet after the im-
pact, landing in the ditch on the
left of the highway. Watts mach-
ine skidded around in the road
and ended up on his left side of
the highway, in the ditch, after
skidding 103 feet from the point
of impact. Both vehicles were a
The most serious injuries were
suffered by Jack -Skipper who
suffered a cut head and a man-
gled arm and Watts, who had an
injured leg. The other injured
had cuts and bruises.
Trooper Murphy said that Skip-
per was charged with driving on
the wrong side of the road.
Murphy was assisted in his in-
vestigation by Deputy Sheriff
H. T. Dean.
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
The Fourth of July holidays were a world-wide excuse for
the left wingers to harangue the U. S. for its decision to bomb
the Viet Cong's capabilities to make war-namely the oil depots of
Hanoi and Haiphong.
All over the world, our day of celebration of our independ-
ence was used to decry our efforts to maintain that independence.
Some official abuse was also heard in supposedly friendly
countries. In England an official vote was taken in Parliament as to
whether or not to officially object to the U. S. move. The vote
failed, but the fact that it was even considered was sort of a slap
in the face.
Charlie DeGaulle also took another slap at the U. S. for trying
to win the war and get it over with. ,
Do you remember as far back as World War II?
Do you remember any supplications by the European powers
that we not bomb Berlin, Hamburg, Dresden, Munich, Ploesti, the
Ruhr, or any other supply center of our enemies and theirs?
I guess a viewpoint is based on whose chestnuts are being pulled
out of the fire.
The only thing that I personally don't like about our deciding
to win the war with what we're best at, is that the decision was
made so close to election time, when the friends of Johnson are
coming up for re-seating or shoving aside. Maybe we are unduly
suspicious, but it looks to us like the decision was a political
move more so than a decision to win the war.
Claude Kirk came to town yesterday, shaking hands and meet-
ing the people. He kissed a few babies, shook hands with every-
-body and said some things that sounded real good.
As his traveling companion "Bunny" Mick said, "If you
don't want to vote for Kirk, don't let him talk to you". He is a
persuasive and dynamic man.
He may have "Republican" stuck on his name, but we are
going to vote for him. He struck us very favorably and he has
some, definite ideas, especially about education. They are not
rash promises, but statements that he can back up with concrete
ideas. The old method of politics of promising something without
mentioning how it is to be paid for, or promising more for less pay
is not in his method.
C. ALLEN SCOTT
Scott Takes Over
As Principal of
Port St. Joe High
C. Allen Scott assumed the du-
ties of principal of Port St. Joe
High School this week.
Scott comes to Port St. Joe from
Lake Butler, where he was princi-
pal for a year and a half. He was
assistant principal of Port St. Joe
High School for a year and a half
prior to going to Lake Butler.
Scott is a native of Alabama. He
received his bachelor of science
degree from Troy State College
and his master's degree from Au-
The new principal, his wife and
three children moved to Port St.
Joe Saturday and are residing at
1008 Garrison Avenue.
Scott said that he and his family
enjoyed living in Port St. Joe and
being a part of the school system
here on their previous tenure and
are looking forward to a pleasant
Johnson Signs Bank
Holding Act Bill
President Johnson signed on
Monday, a bank holding company
bill which requires the multi-mil-
lion-dollar Alfred I. duPont estate
to be split up within five years.
The bill also requires the break-
up of the Financial General Corp.
of Washington. a registered invest-
Set for September 13
City Auditor and Clerk, Charles-
Brock reminded the City Commis-
sion Tuesday night, that the Mu-
nicipal election will be held on
Tuesday, September 13 and that
prospective candidates have until
August 24 to qualify.
The City's registration books
will open for registration of vot-
ers on August 4 and remain open
until September 3.
The incumbents for this year's
election are Mayor Frank Hannon
and Commissioners Tom Coldewey
and John Robert Smith.
Fire Damages House
Fire Damages House
In Highland View
Fire of undetermined origin
badly damaged an unoccupied
house on Eighth Street in Highland
View Saturday morning.
The fire was discovered about
11:00 a.m. and the alarm was an-
swered by the Highland View
Volunteer Fire Department assist-
ed by the Port St. Joe Fire De-
The dwelling was almost totally
Making Plans for
New Budget Year
The City Commission began
making plans for a new budget
year Tuesday night, with sugges-
tions being offered and discussed
about certain items to be placed
in next year's budget.
One item that will be placed .in
the new budget will be a new po-
lice patrol car. The new car will
not replace the present automo-
bile, but will provide the depart-
ment with two patrol cars.
The Board also discussed a pro-
gram of placing concrete pipe in
all of the deep ditches in the City
with the view in mind of making
the City more sightly and eliminat-
ing some ditch work now necessary
with open ditches.
This idea was advanced by City
Clerk Charles Brock and immed-
iately became a lively topic of con-
Mayor Hannon stated that this
program, stretched over a number
of years, would be beneficial to the
city and could get to be a contro-
versial item. Hannon pointed out
that everybody would want pipe
put in, at City expense, in front of
their property first.
Discussion also centered around
initiating a sidewalk and curbing
program along with the covered
gut ter program. Commissioner
John Robert Smith pointed out that
th eCity could initiate these pro,
grams on an assessment basis, with
the property owners paying part
of the cost.
Only one program made it to
the stage of beginning of planning
and that was a plan to construct
a sidewalk on Main Street in North
Port St. Joe. The Board all agreed
that this sidewalk was needed very
much and voted unanimously, with
the exception of Commissioner Col-
dewey, who was not present, to
begin proceedings to construct the
sidewalk with property owners be-
ing assessed for a portion of the
Clerk Brock also pointed out to
(Continued On Page 10)
Set for August
The Gulf County Board of
Public Instruction has offi-
cially requested that the Sou-
thern Association of Colleges
and Schools place Port St. Joe
High School back on its list of
The Board has requested
Dr. Vincent McGuire, chair-
man of the Florida Committee
of the Association to make an
inspection of the local school
prior to the 1966-67 school
term and consider its- accred-
Dr. McGuire's committee re-
moved Port St. Joe High from the
Southern Association accredited
list last fall due to deficiencies in
the school plant. The school had
been warned of the deficiencies,
but had held off construction for
maintaining its accredited status
because of a plan being discussed
to build a complete new high
The Association removed Port
St. Joe High from its accredited
list because of insufficient lunch
room, library and shower-locker
During the past school year a
new lunch room has been con-
structed adjacent to the high
school building. During the sum-
mer months the library has been
expanded into the old lunch room
site and the former kitchen space
has been utilized for a guidance
office and other needed space.
School maintenance men have
worked on the expanded library
facilities, knocking out the wall be-
tween the former library and the
The Board has requested Dr.
McGuire make a second evalua-
tion of the school plant, even
though the shower and locker
room facilities have not been
changed. The Board has decided
not to do any work in this area
because of plans in the making
for construction of a new high
Dr. McGuire told the Board last
fall that if the school could make
necessary changes before the com-
ing school year, there was a good
possibility that the high school
could again be accredited without
taking the long and time-consum-
ing process of making a formal ap-
Dr. McGuire has indicated that
he will visit the school in August
for his inspection and make his
recommendation before the South-
ern Association at their annual
Equalization Board will
Have Hearing July 19
The City Commission will sit
as an equalization board on city
property valuation matters on
Tuesday, July 19 it was decided
by the Board Tuesday night.
The equalization hearings will
begTn at 7:00 p.m. and remain
open until 8:00 p.m.
The purpose of the equaliza-
tion board is to give property
owners a chance to adjust the
value of their property, if they
feel that their valuation is
---- -t -----
Firemen to Host
Area Training Course
The City of Port St. Joe will host
a four week fire fighting training
program beginning Monday for all
fire fighting groups in this vicin-
ity. The program will be conduct-
ed in cooperation with the Florida
Forestry Department and will be
held in the Port St. Joe fire sta-
The program is designed to in-
struct fire departments in the lat-
est methods of fighting grass and
Claude Kirk Visits In Port St. Joe
Republican Gubernatorial candi-
date Claude Kirk opened a nine-
county campaign yesterday morn-
ing here in Port St. Joe with a
gathering of his supporters in
downtown Port St. Joe and a side-
walk hand-shaking tour of the bus-
iness section of the town. Kirk told
his nucleus of supporters that the
theme of his gubernatorial race is
"an American dream".
The issue, however, he said, is
Kirk declared that "Florida is
an American dream and for that
dream to be realized we must re-
turn the government to the people
of Florida." He pointed out that
the forces of his opponent, Robert
King High are planning on a dy-
nasty planning two and three gub-
ernatorial races ahead with a ma-
jority in both the Senate and the
House to carry out their wishes.
The candidate stated that the
present race will' attract national
S"Education is still the main is-
sue in this race," he said. The can-
didate said that we must work to
make' Florida more prosperous-all
of Florida-not just part of it.
This will generate a stronger econ-
omy, which will generate more tax
income, which will provide the
money to improve our school sta-
tus above 37th in the nation.
ment firm. Financial General is "We can't just run on mother-
given 12 years to comply, hood and the flag. We plan to
The duPont estate controls 30 prove our Republican worth in an
banks in Florida, owns the St. Joe orderly and businesslike fashion,"
Paper Company that controls the he said.
Florida East Coast Railroad and; Kirk arrived in Port St. Joe at
other enterprises and has exten- 8:00 a.m. yesterday and met peo-
sive landholdings in the state. ple and shook hands until 11:00
--- ----- a.m., then left for Wewahitchka
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR and Panama City.
Republican Gubernatorial candidate Claude
Kirk is pictured above in his round of hand-shak-
ing and meeting the people of Port St. Joe yester-
day morning. In the photo above, Kirk shakes
hands with Dave Maddox while W. C. Roche (left)
and Frank McDonald (center) look on. McDonald
is temporary chairman of the Kirk campaign in
Port St. Joe. -Star photo
1 c CPER
THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1966
THURSDAY, JULY 7,/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 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 3, 1879.
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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.
On May 23 of this year, Lyndon Johnson openly renewed
his pledge to the union bosses to try to repeal Section 14(b)
of the Taft-Hartley Act, thus imposing compulsory unionism
on working men and women in all 50 states. Vice-President
Humphrey and Labor Secretary Wirtz have promised the
same in recent speeches to labor union officials. It is clearly
evident that these promises are being made now in order
to get the union bosses' support (and, through them, union*
members' dues money) for the election and re-election cam-
paigns of congressmen who will do the President's bidding
in all things once they get in office. But there can be little
doubt that Mr. Johnson will keep his promise to the union
bosses if enough of that type are elected.
S SAFE DRIVING IN UNSAFE WEATHER I
. *- ~ -I
Statistics on wet weather driving often reveal surprising facts.
For example, the greatest danger isn't during a heavy rainstorm
when visibility is generally poorest. On the contrary, a more haz-
ardous situation exists during, or the first few minutes following,
a light rain when water mixes with road oils. Many drivers simply
do not understand the limitations imposed by wet roads on their
cars, their tires and themselves. They expect their cars to perform
better than they do. Glossed over are the factors of their own re-
flexes, the mechanical condition of their cars and the particular
conditions of the roads they're traveling. 1
To give themselves every advantage in wet weather, more and
more drivers are turning to the Royal Laredo-"The Rain Tire."
Developed by U.S. Rubber, the tire has a unique seven-row tread
with six grooves to carry away water accumulated on the pave-
ment. This ability to carry away surface water is important because
the tires on a car traveling at 60 miles per hour in a heavy rain-
storm must move 15 gallons of water per second in order to obtain
a proper grip on the pavement.
The Rain Tire's effectiveness has been demonstrated repeatedly.
Results of tests similar to that pictured above prove that traction
and skid resistance on wet pavements is 33 per cent better than'
comparable tires. In this test, the car at right with Rain Tires stops
comfortably short ofthe barrier. The car at left, equipped with an
earlier set of tires, plunges through the barrier out of control.
"Thus Saith The Lord"
It is also clear that the union bosses will try to get
those types elected. The AFL-CIO Executive Council issued By Rev. Bill Graham
a resolution on 14(b) some months-ago, calling for united We have started a study on the
political action in the labor movement and stating: "The Holy Spirit. We started last week
"liberals in the House and Senate must be re-elected in the on the point that the Holy Spirit is
1966 elections, and their ranks increased." "only what God can be", to be fol-
lowed by "He does only what God
There's an important lesson in this or all of us who can do". This is to be followed by
wish to preserve the right of a wagd-'ainer to join or not His ministry in the Old Testament,
join a union. The time to begin Working to save Section Gospels, and New Testament.
fronthe nt a u te u n bs-p n Let us proceed with our present
14(b) fro the next assault by the union boss-politician topic, "He is Only What God Can
coalition is now! Just as surely as the union bosses are Be".
working now to get their "typee" of candidates nominated,W in H s 94
..... n r andae who "1 We discovered in Hebrews 9:14
we had better be working now for candidates who will serve that the Bible declares the Holy
the people, instead. Spirit to be eternal, having no be-
ginning and no ending. This of
We were lucky last time. We failed to lock the barn course can only be attributed to
door but managed to\save the horse anyway. For the God. The next attribute, which can
next battle, we will need to have whittled down consider- only belong to God, and is attribut-
ably the number of "rubber stamps" in Congress that have ed to the Holy Spirit, is "Omnipo-
already demonstrated their willingness to vote a working- tence". This word simply means
man's freedom out of existence. "all powerful", and we see in the
man's freedom out of existence. ib
Bible, one of the greatest demon-
Every candidate-for state, legislatures and governor- stations of the Spirit's power in
ships, as well as the U. S. Congress-should be called upon I Peter 3:18:
(repeatedly, if necessary) to clearly state how he stands "For Christ also hath once suf-
on the issue of a citizen's right to work for a living, free feared for sins, the just for the un-
of any organized compulsion. Even though it is clear enough just, that he might bring us to
God, being put to death in the
that the majority of wage-earners in the country, including flesh, but quickened by the Spir-
union members, want voluntarism, candidates must be kept it."
reminded; especially those who would prefer to duck the Notice the four wonderful truths
Notice the four wonderful truths
issue. Also, it should never be taken for granted that every in this verse. 1. Christ is just. 2. He
candidate's words during the campaign can be counted on died for the sins of the unjust (all
after he's elected. For a former senator from Texas named have sinned, Romans 3:23). 3. The
Lyndon Johnson once said: "I have never sought nor do I purpose to bring us to God (Jesus
seek now the support of any labor bosses dictating to free said, "I am the way, the truth and
S a, the life, no man cometh unto the
men anywhere, anytime. Father but by me). 4. He is not
So at the same time we're asking a candidate how he dead; He lives for He was quick-
S ened by the Spirit. Yes, the Holy
stands on the right to work issue, it may be a good idea Spirit is only what God can be
to look also to see who is standing behind him. "eternal" and "all powerful".
is Holy, "Holy Spirit".
Next week, Lord willing, we will
see that the Holy Spirit does only
what God can do.
Your comments and questions
are welcome. Address your reply
to Thus Saith The Lord, care of
The Star, Port St. Joe, Florida.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Gulf Students On
Deans List at F. S. U.
TALLAHASSEE The Dean's
List for Trimester II at Florida
State University was announced
Undergraduates carrying 12 or
more hours o fwork were eligible
for the Dean's List in the Schools
of Business, Music, Home Econom-
ics and Social Welfare and in the
basic studies program if their
grade average was 3. (B) or higher.
Students in the College of Arts
and Sciences and School of En-
gineering Science were placed on
the Dean's List if their average was
Sam Snead In Panama
Panama City's fifth annual Lit-
tle Tournament of Champions will
feature a baker's dozen of Ameri-
ca's most noted golf professionals
over the week end of July nine and
Heading the field of contestants
will be the "man in the cocoanut
straw", the incomparable Sam
Snead. Winner of over 100 profes-
sional tournaments and every ma-
jor championship except the U. S.
Open, Snead is a three times Mas-
Joining him in the competition,
to be held over the scenic and
water-bound Panama Country Club,
will be 12 name players of the pro-
fessional golf circuit. They are the
personable French brothers from
.the Cajun country of Louisiana,
Jay and Lionel Hebert; both for-
mer P.G.A. national champions;
colorful Tommy Bolt, a past U. S.
Open king; Mike Souchak, former
Duke University football great;
Dan Sikes, Dave Ragan, Jr., Bob
Soski, once the world's champion,
Tommy Aaron, Jack McGowan,
Bert Weaver, Johnny Pott, the de-
fending champion, and Gardner
Dickinson, Jr., the tour's thin man
and great teacher. All have won
at least one or more P.G.A. events.
Most are among the leading money
winners of 1966.
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
COSMETICS FOR LADIES By Coty, Revelon, Harriett Hubbard
Ayer and Danna
COSMETICS FOR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GIFTS
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Is Bobby An Expert?
Could someone tell us why, every time you turn on the
television, the radio, or pick up a newspaper, you will find
.a news wire release on what Bobby Kennedy thinks of this
Have you ever noticed it?
Regardless of what the question, the views of Senator
Kennedy, even though he is a freshman Senator, are sought
on any and all questions before Congress from foreign
policy to wheat parity.
When did he become such an expert? It seems to me
that this space and time could be given to other Senators,
who are wise by experience and familiarity with the prob-
lems, and a reasonable conclusion to the problem could be
drawn. But invariably, it will be Mr. Kennedy's opinion that
will pound your ear or be placed (in living color) before your
eyes, or hit the headlines.
This seems dangerous to us.
We believe that no man is all knowledgeable about
any and every problem. And even so, we seek advice from
someone with experience.
This sort of thing scares me. It leads one to draw the
conclusion that maybe every move of the government is
waiting on the advice of Bobby. And it also lends the
implication that this one man has more power of decision
than even the president.
From past history of the Senator from New York, he
has done no practical work. Just politics. And he isn't
even a veteran of that. What are his viewpoints the result
of, if not of experience?
We will continue to ignore most of his utterings, but
that fact that are so much in demand causes us to shudder
But let us proceed further. Next,
we find the Holy Spirit is "omnis-
cience". This means He knows all
things always; past, present and
future. This truth is wonderfully
stated in I Corinthians 2:10 and
11: "The Spirit searcheth all
things, yea, the deep things of God.
For what man knoweth the things
of a man, save the spirit (human)
of man which is in him? Even so,
the things of God knoweth no
man, but the Spirit of God."
All that a Christian knows about
God is due to the fact that the
Spirit has revealed them to us and
made them understandable to the
human mind. Yet there are many,
many things the most learned
Christian does not know about the
Lord, but the Spirit of God knows,
nothing is withheld from Him, for
He knows all things as only God
Next we find the Holy Spirit is
"Omnipresence". This means He
is present in all places everywhere
at the same time all the time. This
we find stated in Psalm 139:7-10:
"Whither shall I go from Thy
Spirit? or whither shall I flee from
Thy presence? If I ascend up into
heaven, Thou art there: If I make
my bed in hell, behold, Thou art
there. If I take wings of the morn-
ing, and dwell in the uttermost
parts of the sea:' even there shall
Thy hand lead me, and Thy right
hand shall hold me".
Also to continue, the Holy Spirit
is: Love (Galations 5:22); Truth
(I John 5:6) and by the very iden-
tification of Him in the Bible He
There's gotta be a reason.
Your Ford Dealer has two reasons!:
Great cars and great deals! Come on down.
This is Ford Country See your Ford Dealer.
St. Joe Motor Company
322 Monument Avenue
PFirNEi '7. -.3n-w
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age was 3.5 or higher. Mercedes D. Sheppard, a, of Port
Qualifying for the Dean's List St. Joe.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ---.......- 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
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BABY FOOD -- --- 10 jars
CRACKERS --------- 1 lb. box
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July 6, 7, 8 and 9
IGA CUT 24 OZ. PKG.
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IGA FROZEN 6 OZ. CANS
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ANN BRUNELLE WIMBERLY
Return From Vacation Spend Holiday On River
Mr. and. Mrs. W. D. Sykes -and Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Lewis, Mr.
daughter, Debbie have returned and Mrs. Jim Montgomery, Mrs.
to their home after vacationing in Mae Pierson and Mrs. Elizabeth
the Blue Ridge and Smoky Moun- Montgomery spent the Fourth of
tains. They also spent several days July with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Par-
at Fontana Village. ker at their cottage on the river.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
The engagement has been an-
nounced of Miss Ann Brunelle
Wimberly, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Clifford Wimberly,
Fort Walton Beach, formerly of
Port St. Joe, and John Robinson
Dowd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
gell Sawyer of Fort Walton
Beach and Crestview.
Miss Wimberly attended All
Saint's School for Girls in Vicks-
burg, Mississippi and graduated
from Choctawhatchee High
Mr. Dowd graduated from St.
Bernard's Prep School, Cullman,
Alabama, and the University of
Florida with the class of 1965.
Both Miss Wimberly and Mr.
Dowd plan to continue their ed-
ucation. Mr. Dowd will attend
the new School of Law at Florida
State University this fall.
A late July wedding is plan-
Daniell Family Gathers
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Daniell
entertained members of their fam-
ily at their home at Beacon Hill
during the holidays. Guests includ-
ed Mrs. J. F. Daniell, Mr. and Mrs.
James Daniell and children Betty
and Gene Porter of Winchester,
Tenn., David Cutt of Nashville,
Tenn., Gene Bradley and Miss Don-
na Tavenport of Montgomery, Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowden of Jack-
sonville, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bruce
of Kingsland, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Shirah of Tyndall Air Force
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Miss Kay Creech, Bride-Elect Is
Honored With Bridal Shower Recently
Mrs. Dillon Smith and Mrs. Wil- Holman of Atlanta, Ga., Miss Bren-
liam Quarles, Jr., complimented
Miss Kay Creech with a bridal
luncheon at the Smith home on
2104 Palm Blvd.
A white and yellow color scheme
was carried out in the living room
and dining room with attractive ar-
rangements of shasta daisies on
each of the luncheon tables.
The honoree chose for the party
da Ward, Mrs. Gerald Doten and
Miss Jan Rawls.
Miss Creech will become the
bride of Jim Filligim on August
13 at the First Methodist Church.
Visit With McLeods
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Sanders, of
Milledgeville, Ga., visited last week
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mc-
a pastel green voile dress with Leou.
which she wore matching accessor-
ies. The hostesses presented her Visitors From Quincy
with. a shasta daisy corsage with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram
yellow trim, and also a cook book and daughters, Debra and Julie,
as a moment of the occasion. visited with friends over the July
Those attending were tne non-
oree, Miss Kay Creech, her mother,
Mrs. Gus Creech, Miss Celia
Creech, Miss Beth Creech, sisters
of the bride-to-be, Mrs. Edward
Smith of Lakeland, Miss Mabel
Stone, Miss Mazie Stone, Miss Eliz-
abeth Browne, Miss Diane Lay,
Mrs. Edward Wood, Mrs. Penn
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox of
Highland View announce the ap-
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter, Mary Celie, to Rev. William
Graham, pastor of the Faith Bible
Church of Port'St. Joe on July 23
at 4:00 p.m.
The wedding is to be at Faith
Boble Church, located at the cor-
ner of 20th Street and Marvin
Avenue. A reception will be given
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Williams, 115 Hunter Circle.
All friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to the wedding
LADIES SUMMER LEAGUE
Well ladies, don't know exactly
what's happened to us, but seems
as though several of us are in a
rut. What can we do to get out of
this predicament? Anyone have
any suggestions? If so please let
us hear them.
Lanes 1 and 2 saw the Rockette's
take three games to the Gutter Cut-
ters one game. Leading the Rock-
ette's was Ruby Lucas -with a 442
series and Jonnie Sykes followed
with a 408 series. Helen Elliot was
high for the Gutter Cutters with a
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Whit's Four
and Players split two and two.
Mary Brown was high for Whit's
Four with a 451 series and Norma
Hobbs followed her with a 432
series. Mary Roberts was high for
Players with a 423 series and Ben-
nie Hunter followed her with a
Lanes 5 and 6 saw Nedleys take
three games to Glidden's one game.
Charlotte Nedley led Nedley's with
a 398 series and Judy Watts fol-
lowed her with a 348 series. Mary
Alice Lyons was high for Glidden
with a 409 series.
Lanes 7 and 8 saw WJOE take
three games to Raffield's one
game. Leading WJOE was Chris
Kirshner with a 468 series, also
high series for the alleys. Shirley
Townsend was high for Raf-
field's with a 371 series.
Standings W L
Glidden 20 8
Whit's Four 18 10
Rockette's 17 11
Nedley's 16 12
Player's 13 15
Gutter Cutter's _________ 11 17
WJOE 9 19
Raffield's 8 20
SUMMER MIXED LEAGUE
Bill's Four took three points
from the Alley Cats Tuesday nite.
High for Bill's team was Harry
Powell with a 536 series. L. Town-
send led the Alley Cats with a 505
Bill Anderson led Jim's Four
with a great 599 series and a 203
game. Jim's Four took 3 points
from the Strikers. Walt Richardson
led the Strikers with a nice 519
series and a 215 game.
Lanes 7 and 8 saw Barbee's Four
take 3 points from Tigers. Joey
Barbee led his team with a 512
series. Billy Joe Richards and Jo
Ferrell were high for the Tigers
both with a 497 series.
TEAM STANDINGS W L
Jim's Four 32 16
Bill's Four 30 18
Tigers 28 20
Strikers 24 24
Barbee's Four ---------- 19 29
Alley Cats 13 33
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Kiwanis Club Making Sorority Has Salad
Plans for Fishing Trip Supper Social Event
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter
began making plans for their an- of Beta Sigma Phi had a salad sup-
nual deep sea fishing trip project ,
Tuesday of this week. The trip is per as their social event f the
scheduled for some time in Sep- past month.
tember. The supper was held Thursday,
Last year the Club initiated this June 30 at 8:00 P.M. in the home
project and chartered two boats of Sissy Farris. Each member was..
and sold tickets for the trip. asked to bring her favorite salad
Two new members were taken and as a result there were many
into the Club Tuesday. They were lovely and delicious varieties.
Charles Brock, Port St. Joe's City
Auditor and Clerk and Harry Po- Dolores Cox led the group in the
well, plant manager of the Glidden Beta Sigma Phi Grace and then the
Company here. supper was served buffet style.
A visitor of the club was Frank
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THE STAR, Port Sf. Joe, Fla.
Brookins Says Storm
Television weather man Donelle
Brookins from Panama City told
the Port St. Joe Rotary Club last
Thursday that the national news
media were giving this area much
undeserved publicity when a "so-
called" hurricane gets into the
Gulf of Mexico.
Brookins said that he felt the
news media were exaggerating the
THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1966 the Weather Bureau records, only struck Miami and then got into the
32 hurricanes have blown into the Gulf and followed the Gulf Coast
force of winds and damage inflict- Gulf Coast since 1886, for an aver- from the Southern tip of Floirda
ed on the area by wind storms.
Brookins said that the embroidered age of one every seven years. Only right on around to Texas. The
reports were having a bad effect two or three of these inflicted any highest tides on record were re-
on the tourist business because appreciable damage or loss of life ported from this storm. Tides rose
they were unduly frightening peo- on people and property of the as high as 14 feet in some places
ple not familiar with the situation Coast. Brookins said that he wasn't ue to the storms long duration
away from the coast, belittling the need for safety in in the Gulf.
The speaker said that if the a hurricane, but that he deplored Guests of the Club were Dr. Tom
the r and news c senators the sensationalism used in describ- Gibson of Huntsville, Ala., Milton
would stick to the U. S. Weather ing what is nothing more than a Whitfield of Wewehitchka, Bill
would stick to the U. S. Weather squall or severe windstorm. Hickerman and Dr. Richard Mor-
Bureau reports in their articles squad or severe wdstorm Hickerman and Dr. Richard Mor-
of comments then the story would The speaker said that the most ley of Panama City.
not be blown out of proportion, severe hurricane to hit this area --
Brookins said that, according to was in 1926 when a hurricane SAY YOU SAW iT IN THE STAR
THETA RHO OFFICERS-Pictured above are the son. Second row, left to right: Ann Johnson,
new officers of the local Theta Rho chapter. Diane Goodman, Rita Rasmussen and Charlotte
From left to right, front row, Elwanda Harcus, Williams. -Star photo
Suzanne Antley, Diane Wise and- Cathy Jami-
Melody Theta Rho Installs New Officers Thursday Night
Melody Theta Rho, No. 10, met
in the American Legion Hall
Thursday, June 30 for installa-
tion of officers.
Mrs. Estelle Parramore, Dis-
trict Deputy and her installing
staff were welcomed by outgoing
president, Dianne Goodman and
ceremonies were begun.
The officers for the new term
are: president, Rita Rasmussen;
vice-president, Diane Wise; War-
den, Ann Johnson; Secretary,
Elwanda Harcus; Chaplain, Ca-
thy Jamison; Conductor, Susanne
Antley and Marshall, Charlotte
President, Rita Rasmussen pre-
sented\ her program for the com-
The hall was beautifully dec-
orated and everyone enjoyed a
covered dish supper after the
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1966
e A George Y. Core, Clerk.
SNo bid may be withdrawn for a
period of thirty (30) days after
Legal dv opening of bids.
All work shall be done according
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS to plans and specifications prepar-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ed by Joseph L. Donofro, Archi-
tect, 209 North Jefferson Street,
that the Board of County Commis- Marianna, Florida. Plans are on
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, file and open to inspection in the
will receive sealed bids up to 9:00 offices of the Architect, 209 North
A.M., CST on July 12, 1966, for Jefferson Street, Marianna, Flor-
the purchase of the following ida and 721 South Oates Street, Do-
items of personal property to be than, Alabama. Plans are also on
used by Gulf County, Florida, over file in the following Plan Rooms:
a twelve (12) month period: The Builders Exchange, Panama
14:00x24, 12 ply tires. City, Florida; F. W. Dodge Plan
13:00x24, 12 ply tires Rooms, Montgomery and Mobile,
10:00x20, 12 ply tires Alabama; Albany, Georgia; Pensa-
9:00x20, 10 ply tires cola a nd Tallahassee, Florida.
8:25x20, 10 ply tires Plans are also on file at Gulf Coun-
8:25x15, 12 ply and 14 ply tires ty Courthouse, Clerk's Office.
8:00x15, 4 ply tires General Contractors may, upon
8:00x16, 4 and 6 ply tires notice of qualification, obtain from
togetherr with such other sizes of the offices of the Architect, one
.ires and tubes as may be needed set of bidding documents upon de-
3y Gulf County, Florida, in quan- posit of $45.00. If within ten (10)
citiess as needed, for a period of days after date set for opening of
;welve (12) months. All tires are bids, said documents are returned
;o be NYLON, Standard tread, and to the office of the Architect, pre-
lot less than 100 level. paid and in good condition, depos-
The Board of County Commis- its will be refunded. Deposits will
;ioners reserves the right to refuse not be refunded to those Contrac-
my and all bids. tors who fail to bid after taking
All bids are to be on forms fur- out plans unless plans are returned
dshed by the Clerk. to Architect's office two weeks
All bids should be addressed to (14 days) prior to bid opening.
loard of County Commissioners, Plans will be sent by Greyhound
/o George Y. Core, Clerk, Wewa- Package Express, collect, unless
litchka, Florida. otherwise requested.
Dated this 14th day of June, A. All subcontractors and suppliers
., 1966. may purchase full sets only, $25.00
BOARD OF COUNTY non-refundable. Partial sets of
COMMISSIONERS, drawings, specifications or contract
Gulf County, Florida documents will not be issued.
By: JAMES G. McDANIEL Each bidder will be required to
Chairman submit with his bid (1) a certified
LTTEST: check payable to the Board of
rEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk 2t-6-30 County Commissioners, Gulf Coun-
"-- ty, Florida in a sunm equal to five
.NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS (5) percefit of the base bid; or (2)
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE an acceptable bid bond, payable to
AND JAIL the Owner in the same sum. Out of
ADV TIM T FR D S State Contractors will have the bid
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ,bond countersigned by an author-
Sealed bids will be received in ized agent within the State of Flor-
Luplicate by the Board of County ida.
commissionerss of Gulf County at The certified check will be re-
he Gulf County Courthouse, We- turned within thirty days from
vahitchka, Florida at 2:00 P.M., date of opening bids if proposal is
X.S.T., July 28, 1966, for the erec- not accepted or if Contract Agree-
ion and construction of a new ments is executed and Perform-
'ourthouse and Jail Building, at ance, Labor and Material Bonds are
vhich time bids will be publicly accepted.
openedd and read aloud. Upon award 6f Contract a Per-
Proposals must be submitted on formance and Labor-Material Bond
:he proposalfrp9 bound with these in the full amount of the Contract
specifications or a ` d.'Wide edt wiln be required of the successful
lorm. Oral, telegraphic or tele- bidder. Such Bond is to be execut-
phone proposals or modifications ed in. two copies and to comply
will not be accepted. No bid will with Chapter 255.05, Florida Sta
be considered if submitted after w Chapter 255.05 Florida Sta
time set for receiving bids or if tutes, 1965.
submitted on forms other than ..The Owner does not obligate
these accompanying bidding docu- himself to accept the lowest bid
ments. and reserves the right to reject
Proposals shall be sealed in an any or all bids and to waive any
envelope and clearly marked: Bid informalities.
for the Construction of the new Board of County Commissioners
Gulf County Courthouse and Jail Gulf County, Florida
Building. Attention: Board of Com- By: JAMES McDANIEL, Chmn.
missioners of Gulf County c/o Mr. 4t-6-23
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SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
of PORT ST. JOE
Effective July 1
Save by the 10th. .Earn from the 1st
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of BILL'S BODY SHOP, at the cor-
ner of Highway 98 and Fourth St.,
in Highland View, Gulf County,
Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court, Gulf County, Florida.
/s/ W. M. LYNCH 4t-6-16
NOTICE TO BID
BID NO. 37
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
will receive sealed bids in the of-
fice, of the City Clerk, City Hall,
Port St. Joe, Florida until 5:00 p.m.
EST, Friday, July 15, 1966, for the
STEAM CLEANING MACHINE
1. Oil Fired.
2. Portable-minimum 8" rub-
3. Minimum 20' wire braid steam
hose with safety couplings..
4. Shielded swivel steam gun
with round nozzle.
5. Ignition equipment.
6. Minimum 100 gallon per hour
7. Minimum 90 pound pressure.
8. Electric motor, 110 volt, 60
cycle single phase.
9. Chemical solution mixture
10. Minimum 90 day warranty
and 12 month service.
All bids should be submitted
F.O.B., Port St. Joe, Florida.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
Forestry Chief Says 65 Per Cent
of Trees Planted in 1964-65 Survived
About 65 percent of the forest
trees planted during the 1964-65
planting season have survived,
reported the Florida Forest Ser-
The rate was "about average,"
said state forest management
chief R. A. Bonninghausen of Tal-
The highest seedling survival
rate ever recorded in a Florida
Forest Service study was -the 72
percent for the 1963-64 planting
The findings were part of the
statewide seedling survival study
of one-year-old commercial plant-
ings which the Florida Forest Ser-
vice performs each year.
Once again, the absence of site
preparation was found to be the
principal cause of poor tree sur-
vival, said Bonninhausen. Lack of
preparation was responsible for
25 percent of the dead trees.
the right to accept or reject any
or all bids received.
C. W. BROCK 2t-6-30
City Auditor and Clerk
Other causes of failure and per-
centages: Drought and weather
conditions 20.8 percent; Poor
planting technique 16.7 percent;
Improper handling of the seedlings
prior to planting 10.4 percent;
Grazing (cattle and hogs) 8.3
percent; Other causes 18.8 per-
Only seedlings grown in Florida
Forest Service nurseries were in-
cluded in the study. Some 58 mil-
lion were produced and sold by
the Florida Forest Service during
the 1964-65 season.
Not included in the study were
some 30 million seedlings grown
and planted by Florida's -large pa-
Forest trees are normally plant-
ed in Florida during the winter
months but an extensive experi-
ment in year 'round planting will
be made this summer.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
TRAINING UNION -.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( ...
"Come and Worship God With Us"
Announcing the Opening of a
for all ages 511 7th Street
AUGUST 29, 1966
Under the Direction of
Mrs. Margaret Pyle Mrs. Helen Kilbourn
For Further Information Call
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MEN'S and BOYS'
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SOHUKIB KIRS b__. J9c
Served Friday and Saturday only
HOT DOGS----..._ ea. 5c
Copeland-12 oz. Pkg. With 25 stampe
FRANKS _-- -----. pkg. 49c
GOLDEN RIPE LIMIT 4 lbs.
Pole Beans Ib 19c
JEFFERSON ISLAND ROUND BOX Limit 2 Please
ALL MEAT FRANKS
12 oz. pkg. 39c
Dubuque's Pure Pork
Ib. roll 39c
Chicken of the Sea
3 cans $1.00
Buy 1 IV2-lb. pkg.
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THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL FOUR 8 OZ. WITH LIDS
Assorted Color Bowls 65c
Lucky Gold Fresh Frozen; 6 Oz.
ORANGE JUICE ------ can 17c
PARKAY Ib. 29c
Oak Hill No. 2/2 Cans
PEACHES can 23c
Jack & Beanstalk-303 Cans
WHOLE BEANS .---- can 27c
FLOUR ---_ 5 lb. pkg. 53c
Seneca-24 Oz. Bottles
GRAPE JUICE ----- btl. 29c
Miracle Whip qt. 49c
12 jars 1.19
All Flavors HI-C 46 Oz. Cans
Fruit Drinks ----3 cans 1.00
Supreme Holland Dutch
ICE CREAM ---- gl. 49c
Box of 12's-Limit 2 Please
New MODESS ---- box 29c
TETLEY Ic SALE!-64 Count Pkg.
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DETERGENT pkg. 25c
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COFFEE Ib.can 59C
14 OZ. BOTTLE
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3 dozen 99c
6 BOTTLE CARTONS-Plus Deposit or Exchange
friediest Stores Tn Totw
"The Food Bargain Center of
F L O U R
10 lb. pkg. 79c
U. S. No. 1 White
10 lbs. 29c
COME IN AND REGISTER FOR THE FIVE FREE BASKETS OF
GROCERIES and 5 SILVER DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY!!
Extra K K Stamps
5 FREE KING KORN STAMPS with Purchase
5U 2 pkgs. Aunt Jemima or Quaker Grits, 2V2 lbs.
5 O FREE KING KORN STAMPS with Purchase
S 2 lb. can Chase & Sanborn COFFEE.
50 FREE KING KORN STAMPS with Purchase
6 pkgs. Royal GELATIN.
2 5 FREE KING KORN STAMPS.with Purchase
2 lbs. Fleishmann's Corn Oil MARGARINE
50 FREE-KING KORN STAMPS with Purchase
Any BROOM or MOP.
50 FREE KING KORN STAMPS with Purchase
Large Size TETLEY INSTANT TEA.
0 FREE KING KORN STAMPS with Purchase
50U E-Z SPRAY STARCH.
C5 FREE KING KORN STAMPS with Purchase
50 4 Cans Puss-N-Boots CAT FOOD.
- SUNSHINE'S WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIALS
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"Super-Right Short Shank Tender
Whole or Half
"Super-Right Extra Lean Brisket (2 to 4 lb. Pieces)
Corned BEEF Ib. 79c
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef Chuck (Bone In)
POT ROAST Ib. 49c
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef (Bonless)
'Chuck ROASTIb. 69c
_ Ib. 49c
6 to 8 lb.
PICNIC SLICES -- Ilb. 59c
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef (Bone In)
Chuck STEAK lb. 49c
"Super-Right" Heavy Western (Boneless)
STEW BEEF Ib.
"Super-Right" Country Style Pure Pork
Quick Frozen Cello Wrapped Large Ocean
Perch FILLETS lb. 39c
(Limit 1 with $5.00 or more order)
Betty Crocker Layer 1 lb., 3 oz. pkg. Special
Cake Mix 2 pkgs. 69c
Detergent 5e off -1 lb., 3 oz.
FAB pkg. 25c
All Flavors Hawaiian 1 Qt., 14 oz. Special
PUNCH 3 cans $1.00
Galvanized (with lid)- 20 Gal. Size Special
Special Jane Parker Deliciou
Jane Parker Freshly Baked 1 Ib. 8 oz. Special
Jane Parker Freshly Baked Orange 1 lb. 8 oz. Special
(6 Delicious varieties to chose from)
Fresh White Seedless
Firm Ripe Eastern
2 Ibs. 25c
Large Vine Ripe
CANTALOUPES 3 for 89c
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Meeting of Tax Equalization Local Teacher Selected
Board To Course
Notice is hereby given that the TO Attend Course
City Tax Assessment Roll for the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for Mrs. Jacque Price, teacher of
the year 1966, will be submitted to Spanish in the Port St. Joe High'
the Tax Equalizing Board for ap- School in Port St. Joe, has been
proval on the 19th day of July to participate in the seven-
A.D., 1966, at the City Hall at 7:00 invited to participate in the seven
P.M. All persons desiring to have week Language Institute (June 13-
corrections made in such rolls, July 29) at Murray State Univer-
whether in the listing, valuation of sity Murray, Kentucky.
property or otherwise, are request- an e Institute at Mur-
ed to file with the undersigned on The Language Institute at Mur-
or before the 19th day of July, ray State is one of 56 summer in-
1966, their petition setting forth stitutes scheduled at various col-
their objections to such assessment leges and universities for the im-
and the corrections which they de- movement of language teaching.
sire to have made. provement of language teaching.
WITNESS my hand and the offi- Sponsored by the Language Devel-
cial seal of the City of Port St. opment Program of the National
Joe, Florida, this 30th day of June, Defense Education Act of 1958,
A.D., 1966. BROCK the institutes are supported by
City Auditor and Clerk funds from the United States Of-
3t as Ex-Officio Tax fice of Education in contract with
7-6 Assessor host institutions. Participants from
public schools receive a stipend of
OFFICE SECRETARY OF STATE $75 per week plus allowances for
KNOW YE, that I, Tom Adams, dependents.
Secretary of State of the State of Mrs. Price is one of four teach-
Florida, do hereby give notice that selected from the State of
Special Primary Elections will be ers selected from the State of
held in Gulf County on Tuesday, Florida to attend the Murray State
August 2, and if necessary, a sec- University Institute. Fifty teachers
ond special primary election on were chosen from over two. hun-
Tuesday, August 16.
The Special Primary Elections dred applicants
are being held for the purpose of The Institute will emphasize
selecting nominees of recognized "total immersion" in the language,
political parties to become candi- with formal classes in conversation
dates in the General Election on h mal s in
November 8, 1966 for the office of and composition, civilization and
Judge of the District Court of Ap- linguistics. A course in modern
peal, First Appellate District. teaching techniques, supplemented
GIVEN under my hand and the
Great Seal N uof er my of tndhe Sndtate of by demonstration classes, will pro-
Great Seal of the State of J _
Florida, at Tallahassee, the vide training for teachers of Span-
Capital, this the First day of ish in grades 7-12. Participants will
July A. D., 1966.. live in a University residence with
TOM ADAMS, native speakers and will speak only
Secretary of State
(SEAL) 3t-7-6 in Spanish.
FOR SALE: Small amount of used
lumber, add lengths: 1x6, 2x4,
2x6 and 2x8. S. L. Barke, 521 10th
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home Den,
2 baths, Y ting. At St. Joe
Beach. Phone 648-4342. Furnished
or unfurnished. tfc-3-10
FOR SALE: 2 cottages at St. Joe
Beach. Call 648-4364 after 5:00
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom home
on corner lot in nice neighbor-
hood, wall to wall carpet in living
room, den and hall. Two carports
and utility rooms. Pay part of
equity and take up existing loan.
Phone 227-8021, 301 15th Street,
after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
2 lots at White City. Carport,
utility house and 20x21 shop build-
ing. Call 229-4964. tfc-3-17
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete
block home on Westcott Circle.
Reasonable. Call 227-7481.
FOR SALE: Wimico Lodge and
Trailer Park. Six nice furnished
apartments, 9 trailer spaces. In
White City. Will take house in on
trade. Contact B. C. Prince, Wimico
Lodge, White City, phone St. Joe
229-2410 or Wewahitchka, Fla., Rt.
FOR SALE: 6 room house, front
porch, 2 car patio, sleeping porch
wash room. All fenced lot 50x150.
About 150 ft. from bus station and
Hiway 98. See it and make an of-
fer. 68 18th Street. Write P. 0.
box 683, Apalachicola. 4tp-6-16
FOR SALE: Established clothing
and footwear business in thriv-
ing city on Gulf coast Miracle
Strip. Will sell or rent building.
Owner retiring after 25 years. Ad-
dress inquiries to P. 0. Box 308,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
FOR SALE: Lots in Oak Grove near
Bay. Call 229-2941. 4t-6-30
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
house, located on corner lot.
Built in oven and range, wall' to
wall carpet in living room, dining
room and hall. Den with oak tile
floor and ponderosa paneling. Car-
port and patio. Call 229-2391 'after
5:00 p.m. tfc-7-6
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house at
603 .cng Avenue. Call 229-
FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom un-
furnished house. 8th St. Phone
227-8536 after 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
ed huorcs at St. Joe Beach. Rea-
sonable monthly rates. Call 227-
3491 (or 2?7 8496. tfc-4-7
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur-
nished apartments and a 2-bed-!
FOR SALE: 2 lhp. window air con-
ditioner units. Frigidaire auto-
matic washer and freezer. Florida
First National Bank.
FOR SALE: 5 ton GE commercial
air conditioner. For information
call 229-3611. tfc-4-28
FOR SALE: 1961 Ford Falcon Eco-
noline. New paint. Good condi-
tion. 900.00. Call 229-3611. tfc-5-26
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffu. phone 229-3097
FOR SALE: Used electric and gas
ranges, freezer. Gay's Goodyear
FOR SALE: 1961 Valiant, radio,
heater, good tires, good condi-
tion. Call 229-2776 or 227-3161.
-LOST by St. Joe Hardware. 2 floor
buffing machines and 1 Rid-A-
Bug pressure sprayer. If you have
them, PLEASE call desperate J. C.
Culpepper at said hardware, Phone
JOB WANTED: Can do office
work. Typing, bookkeeping, etc.
Call 227-8226. Itp
WILL CARE FOR children in my
home and do ironing. Mary Wil-
liams, 514 First Street. ltp
Save your cash for BIG SAV-
INGS at St. Joe Furniture and Ap-
pliance Co. during Port St. Joe
Sidewalk Sale days next week end.
by'RCA or PHILCO
19" 21" 25"
AvaiaDole for immediate delivery
ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.
Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave.
FOR PIANO REPAIRS and tuning
work guaranteed. Also rental of
beach cottages. Call P. E. Forrester
at 648-4231. tfc-6-9
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.
or free pick-up and delivery.
Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 909
Kraft Ave.. Panama City or call
PO 3-7824. tfc-4-2t
CARPET CLEANING on location
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
Phone 229-2272. tfc
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, across from 'he
Post Office. Local and Long Dis.
stance Moving. Free Estimates.
room furnished house. Mexico WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
Beach. See Doc Gillespie at Fishing I THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
Pier. $S0.C0 per month year round. ing second and fourth Tuesday
4tp-6- 6 1 nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
FOR REAL ESTATE SALES and Home.
RENTALS contact Elizabeth W. RA Regar convocation on St
Thompson, associate. Mexico Beach JosephChapter No. 56, l.M.
Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98, 19th 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
St. Phone 648-4545. E. Tom Prid- companions welcome.
geon, broker. tfc3-31 THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
attractively furnished a p a rt- THERE WILL BE a regular comr
ments Cool in summer, warm in munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
wint-er. Gas heat, window fans. No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
They must be seen to be apprec- and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK-
ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park, White City. tfc-2-24
FOR SALE: 28 foot cabin boat. H. L. BURGE, Secretary
$300.00. Phone 229-3709. 4tp-30 RALPH SWATTS, SR., W.M.
"Super-Right" Tender Western Sliced
510 FIFTH STREET
Prices in this ad are good
through Saturday, July 9.
J .. STAMPS
Ann Page Orange-2 Ib. jar f
JAX July 9 1966
THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1966
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- PIGGLY WIGGLY'S WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIALS -
SPECIALS FOR JULY 6, 7, 8 and 9
5 LB. BAG
Limit 1 with
6 BOTTLE CARTONS
Limit 2 with
USDA INSPECTED WHOLE
SLICED BACON --- l b. 69c
PORK STEAK ---Ib. 49c
Big Scoop Y2 Gallon-Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
ICE MILK -----.-. ctn. 29c
6 Bottle Carton-Limit 2 ctns. with $10.00 Order
PEPSI COLA or COKE ctn. 29c
S & H GREEN STAMPS
S10 Lb. Bag Yellow Rose
Each Lilt Special Home
S.1 Doz. California Sunkist
LUZIANNE 100 COUNT
LIMIT ... 1 WITH $7.00 OR MORE PURCHASE-YELLOW ROSE
LIMIT ... 1 WITH $7.00 OR MORE PURCHASE-CUSTOMER'S CHOICE
CHEER or DASH
A 59c VALUE GLEEM
---Your Pleasure Is Our Polic
24c PORK CHOPS
GROUND BEEF -- 3 Ibs.
Dole P-apple-G'fruit pink-46 oz
Drinks 3 cans $1.00
Dole Sliced or Crushed, No. V2
Pineapple _- can 29c
Fireside Vanilla, 1/4 lb.
Wafers bag 29c
Del Monte Cut Green-No. 303
Beans ----- can 27c
Van Camp Pork &-No. 2V2
Beans ---.-- can 29c
SPAM -can 57c
Bama Grape-18 Oz.
JELLY __3 jars 99c
Kellogg's Apple Jacks, 6 Oz.
CEREAL -- box 39c
Sunshine Hi-Ho Stack-Pak, 10 oz
Crackers O,_ ctn. 29c
Strietmann Town House, 1 Ib.
Crackers -__ box 37c
- Dairy Delights -
Sunset Gold-8 Oz. Can
Biscuits --6 pak 39c
OLEO- 1 lb. 29c
WE GIVE VALUABLE
S & H GREEN STAMPS
FROSTY MORN HICKORY SMOKED WHOLE
FROSTY MORN HICKORY SMOKED SLICED.
CHOICE QUALITY-TENDER BEEF CHUCK
FRESH AND LEAN BEEF BRISKET
SWIFT'S PREMIUM BRISKET CORNED BEEF
C SWIFT'S PREMIUM FIRST CUT PORK
FROSTY MORN HONEY GOLD PORK
Limit 1 With $10.00 Order
CRISC 0---- 31b. can 59c
Maxwell House-Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
C OFF E E---_- b. can 59c
S Q UAS ----H ---b. 5c
U. S. No. 1
POTATOES----10 lb. bag 39c
- ENJOY QUALITY- TENDER MEATS!
The Veri- Best Produce
S---The Finest Frozen Food Specials---
SUNNY TENNESSEE FROZEN
4 10oz.pkgs. $1.00
10 lb. bag
White Fresh, Home Grown
59c BUTTERBEANS 15c
Sara Lee Frozen
12 Oz. Size
Minute Maid Orange
12 Oz. Can
Mr. "G" Crinkle Cut
49c POTATOES $1I00
3 2-lb. Bags
BANANAS -b---- 1b.lOc
TOMATOES ----- Ib. 10c
BEEF LIVER -------lb. 39c
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THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1966
New Budget Year SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAFF
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the Board that a recent survey by
Smith and Gillespie, Engineers,
had recommended additional filter
beds for the water treatment plant
in addition to the just completed
300,000 gallon storage tank. Brock
asked if the Board wanted to in-
clude this project in next year's
Commissioner Smith stated that
it was his desire to put in the extra
filter beds next year if it could be
*mankagydtiaM te4*felt 0T. JtuqE B ]fAr
concurred with Smith's thinking '
and asked Brock'to include the
project in the next budget.
In Florida's FO R
,. 8. Future! O R
TODAY thru SATURDAY -
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A DOG-GONEa s.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
tocal Student 'Enrolled
At Howey Academy
The annual academic summer
session at Howey Academy, Howey-
in-the-Hills, opened with registra-
tion on Sunday, June 19. The ses-
sion, with over 160 students in at-
tendance, is one of the largest ever
at the private, co educational
school, noted Dr. C. A. Vaughn, Jr.,
Dr. Vaughn also announced the
enrollment of a student from Port
St. Joe, Karen King, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. King, 8009
Driver's 'Ed Session
All students that have signed up
for the second session of Driver
Education are to report to Room
15, Monday morning, July 11 at
8:00 p.m. The second session will
run from July 11 until July 29.
Approximately 16 students will
complete the first session at Port
St. Joe High School.
Any students that were assigned
as alternates for the second ses-
sion, will be notified by the in-
structor if an opening is available.
Improvement in the quality of
emergency care and transporta-
tion .of the sick and injured has
long been a concern of the medi-
cal profession in the State of Flor-
ida. Prompt and effective emer-
gency assistance is often necessary
to minimize injury.
In 1965 the Florida Legislature
passed a bill providing minimum
equipment for ambulances and cer-
tification of training of ambulance
The Florida State Board of
Health and the Gulf County Health
Department have taken such action
as necessary and have approved,
certified and authorized the Com-
forter Funeral Home and the Pre-
vatt Funeral Home to provide emer-
gency ambulance services as' re-
)FFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
rag content bond, all sizes. On-
onskin, manuscript covers, carbon
aper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
everything for the office. The Star,
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent -- STANDARD
Port St. Joe, Florida
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Handsome furniture-styled cabinet with simulated oiled walnut finish front
panel and concealed pushbutton controls 0 kitten-quiet operation Auto-
matically dehumidifies, removes 7.2 pts. of moisture per hour Cooling
coil is located at intake for more efficient cooling Two fan speeds Air
direction controls Washable germicidal filter.
Keeps up to 1,550 sq. ft. cool and comfortable
BUY NOW! SUPER SAVINGS!
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PLAY BINGO FRIDAY NITE
for 10 prizes and a TV.
No Ladies Night Thursday
SUNDAY thru TUESDAY
VAKAMUUNI eLIULtb KURT UNibtuK ,
ENTIRE FAMILY $1.00
S COMING SOON
FOR SMALLER AREA COOLING .. CHOOSE ONE OF THESE COMPACT PLUG-IN AIR CONDITIONERS
_- --- Feature' NEMA-c e r t i f ed
1-5,:, B3TU capacity. Cools
up it 350 sq. ft. Installs in
a ..!_- about a minute in most any
S ---in udouw 20" to 38" wide.
B -. E'as ~ toi".,Ierate control. Au-
S- j tnomaicalle dehumidifies as
it cools. Has a washable
Model APM-P49-2 germicidal filter.
Features NEMA-C e r t if ied
5,000 BTU capacity. Cools
IM up to 350 sq. ft. Lightweight,
Move it from room to room.
Pushbutton controls, wash-
able filter, 2-speed fan. New
-Insta-Mount for quick, one-
man installation in most win-
APM-P50-2 dows 20" to 38" wide.
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St. Joe Hardware Co.
203 Reid Avenue Phone 227-8111
Keeps up to 1,100 sq. ft. cool and comfortable
Exclusive COMFORT GUARD control pro-
vides more balanced cooling. Reduces tem-
perature ups and downs as much as 30%.
0 Fine furniture styling
* Kitten-quiet operation
* Pushbutton controls
* automatically dries air
as it cools it
Special Sale Prices
On All Air Conditioners
quired in the Florida Statutes, tor of the Gulf County Health De- home directors and others involved
Section 877.07. apartment takes this opportunity to for their interest and cooperation
Dr. John W. W. Epperson, Direc- express his thanks to both funeral in this endeavor.
Look to Standard for livelier
i diesel fuel!
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. O. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Ev'nij- Worship .. 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
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We take better care of your equipment
The Standard man delivers! STAN DARD
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