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32456 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1966
John R. Smith, Bob Holland In Run-Off
Pa te, Co deweMy
Win I n First Round
Seventy-five percent of Port St. Joe's 1,922 registered voters turned out Tuesday to
* cast their ballots in the most talked-about election held in Port St. Joe in several years.
The official Canvassing Board talleyed the votes yesterday at noon and affirmed the num-
Voters of Port St. Joe went to the polls in a steady stream on
Tuesday of this week, all day long, in electing two Commissioners
and a Mayor-Commissioners. A total of 1,499 cast their ballots
. during the day. The photo above catches some of the steady
stream of people who filed into the polling place at the Fire Station
Last Rites Held for 'Elementary PTA Meets McDonald Represents
D A aidA. Boyette Tonight At 8:00 P.M. Area At Kirk Meeting
VI y All parents and interested per- Frank McDonald, Chairman of
Funeral services were held yes- sons are cordially invited to at- the Gulf County "Kirk for Gover-
irdiay afternoon at 3:00 from the tend the first meeting of the Port nor" committee, represented the
church of God in Highland View St. Joe Elementary School PTA. .
hr Davi&dA. PBoette, age 54. Rev. The purpose of the PTA is to area at a Kick-Off meeting in Win-
obert Cary officiated. Mr. Boy- create better relations between ter Park Saturday.
ie rt ident of 774 Parker Ave- the parents and teachers in order McDonald said area 1, Escambia
e--_ 4ighiand View passed away to improve the educational oppor- County through Gulf County, re-
onday. t 8:20 p.m. in the Muni- tunities for our children. ceived recognition from the State
pal Hospital. Interment was in A musical program will be pre- campaign organization for 100 per
olly Hill Cemetery. sented by some of the children and cent attendance.
Survivors include a son, Roy there is a lot of new business to be Claude Kirk, attending the ses-
oyette, Highland View; four discussed. sion between fund raising dinners
daughters; Miss Nadine Boyette, So come to PTA and be a part ini Orlando and Sanford, reported
rs. Carolyn Woods, both of High- of the school with your child. Join active campaign committees in 65
.nd. View, Mrs. Daisy Pfoertner in to make our schools the best. of the 67 counties, largest number
Rochester. N. Y., and Mrs. Eve- to be achieved by a candidate.
'n Murdock of Port St. Joe; five
steirs Mrs.,Viola Shiver, Blounts- Gulf TaX Rolls Are
wn, Mrs. Erah Murphy, Mrs. Lucy High School PTA Will
rilliams and. Mrs. Audie Shell all Officially Approved High School PTA Will
Apalachicola and Mrs. Opal Lee Meet Next Thursday
arls of Tallahassee; one brother, TALLAHASSEE-A total of 51
franklin Boyette of Tampa and six counties in the state now have tax The first regular meeting of the
*andchildren. rolls approved as complying with Port St. Joe High School PTA will
Casketbearers w e r e Freddie a directive handed down by the be held Thursday, September 22
ranch, Frank Gargus, James Lov- State Supreme Court in une of this at 8:00 p.m. in the Port St. Joe
:t, Johnnie Griggs, J. C. McArdle, year. High School Auditorium.
id Jim Whittington. The announcement was made thisI Special emphasis this year will
Prevatt Funeral Home was in week by William H. Corbett, Tal-'be placed oh planning meetings
large of arrangements. lahassee coordinator for the spe- that will be more interesting to
cial assessments division of the parents and teachers alike.
visiting With Parents State Comptroller's office. Following the meeting at which
Mrs. Jake Nichols of Nashville Corbett said the rolls for Gulf, time the teachers will be intro-
nn., is visiting her parents, Mr. Columbia, Pinellas, Highlands and duced, a teacher's reception will
id Mrs. M..P. Tomlinson. Hernando were approved Friday. be held in the new cafeteria.
Band to Appear
In FSU Band Day
Port St. Joe's High School
Band will make its first appear-
ance in the annual Florida
State University "Band Day"
The band will appear in half
time activities along with sev-
eral other high school bands in
the Tallahassee area.
Also on the program for the
night is a football game between
ber of votes cast at 1,499.
Two of the three contests were
decided in Tuesday's vote with the
third-the Commissioner in Group
II-to be decided in the second pri-
mary election which will be held
on Tuesday, September 27.
In the hotly-contested Mayor-
Commissioner race, Frank Pate
out-polled his two opponents, in-
cumbent Frank Hannon and John
W. White by 16 votes to win elec-
tion in the first primary. Pate poll-
ed 749 votes, Frank Hannon re-
ceived 688 ballots and John W.
White tallied 45 votes in the race.
In the Commisisoner, Group I
race, incumbent Tom Coldewey
won out over his only opponent,
Billy D. Barlow. Coldewey retained
hii Commission seat by polling 910
votes while Barlow received 562
ballots in his first political race.
In the crowded race for Commis-
sioner, Group II, incumbent John
Robert Smith led the pack with
549 votes tallied. His nearest op-
ponent and his partner for the
September 27 second primary was
Bob Holland, a local contractor
with 347 votes cast in his favor.
Benton Hamm came in third in the
four man race with 280 votes and
Bob Faliski polled 273 votes.
After the second primary on the
27th the new slate of city officers
will be sworn in to their two year
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sTmret on Tuesday, October 4.
Second Half of Rifle
C Ub Contest Saturday
Police Report Two Minor Accidents In
One Day Tuesday; Three Cars Involved
The Port St. Joe Police Depart- in front of the market. Mrs. Star-
ment has reported two automobile ling's auto hit one of the support
accidents within the city limits posts in front of the store which
during the past week, with dam- stopped the car, preventing it from
ages totaling an estimated $450.00. coming on into the market.
Both accidents occurred on Tues- Estimated damages to the auto
of this week. The first mishap was were $175.00.
at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday near the in- Both accidents were investigated
tersection of Highway 98 and First by Patrolman Allen Ray Watson.
According to police, James Rob-
ert Givens of Panama City, driv- Huge Whale Gets
ing a 1965 Ford attempted to make
a left turn off the highway into a
service station when he cut in front Stranded On Beach
of a 1965 Chevrolet driven by Eva
Mae Gant of Port St. Joe, who A 50 foot long blue whale was
was traveling in the same direction discovered ear ly Tuesday by
as Givens in the outside lane. shrimpers in shallow water near
Damages to the Givens auto was the end of St. Joseph's Point. The
estimated at about $75.00 and whale had apparently wandered
$50.00 to the Gant machine, into shallow water sometime Mmn-
Tuesday afternoon at 1:20 p.m. day night, and went aground.
Mrs. Reffer Richter Starling of Wednesday morning at abo-'t
White City drove her 1962 Ramb- 11:00 a.m. at high tide, Gene R f-
ler into the Jitney Jr. store here field, operator of Raffield's Fish-
in Port St. Joe when she said the series here in Port St. Joe said that
brakes apparently failed when she one of the firm's boats, and tho
tried to stop in the parking area Don Davey, owned by Dave Mad-
Randolph Hodges Rules
On Permit Question
the FSU Seminoles and the .. Representative Ben C. Williams
Houston Horned Frogs. The Gulf Rifle Club will conduct last week, asked for and obtained,
the second half of the current a letter from Randolph Hodges Di-
shooting tournament on Saturday, rector of the Florida Board of
Church of Nazarene Will September 17. The contest features Conservation in reference to a
the .22 rifle at 25 and 50 yards. need for permits to take seafood
Observe Sixth Anniversary Firings will continue on Tuesdays for personal use.
The Church of the Nazarene in and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. until Williams said there was some
Port St. Joe will observe its sixth all competitors have fired their misunderstanding about whether
Port St. Joe will observe its sixth prearranged quota of shots. Famil- or not a permit was required for
anniversary Sunday, according to ies of team members and friends a person to take shrimp, oysters,
the pastor, J. A. Blackwell. are invited to observe the contests, crabs or salt water fish for per-
The church will have as guest R. V. Buchert, Executive Officer sonal use without a permit.
speaker for the Sunday morning for the club, has announced the Hodges reply to Williams ques-
service, Rev. Clifford Rathel, min- starting of the second tournament tion for a clarification of the law,
ister of the Wesleyan Methodist on October 1. He urges all team stated that a permit was needed
Church of Apalachicola. members to participate, for harvest of salt water fish and
Lunch will be served at the ------ seafood only if the products were
church following the morning ser- Now Attending Brenau being taken for commercial pur-
vice. There will be special and Miss Carol Wager will leave Sat- poses. In this case, a permit must
congregational singing from. 1:30 urday to attend Brenau College in be issued by the Conservation De-
p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Gainesville, Ga. apartment, at no cost.
dox, towed the whale to deep wa-
ter. Upon reaching the deep wa-
ter the monster mammal broke the
ropes he was being towed with and
took off for deep water, apparently
none the worse for wear.
The grounded whale competed
with the city election Tuesday for
the center of attraction. Several
boats went out from Port St. Joe
to see the large mammal.
Merchants Will Hear
Credit Man Friday
The regular meeting of the Re-
tail Merchant's Division of the Port
St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber of
Commerce will meet tomorrow at
noon in the Motel St. Joe.
A special program has been plan-
ned for tomorrow's meeting. Guest
speaker at the dinner meeting will
be the manager of the Panama
City Credit Bureau, Tommy Cooley.
All merchants are urged to attend.
Sharks Open Grid Season Tomorrow Night Against Wewahitchki,
Begin Campaign On Home Field .
The Port St. Joe Sharks will be-
n their 1966 gridiron season on
riday night at 8:00 p.m. against
ie Wewahitchka Gators with what
coach Wayne Taylor describes as
light and slow team.
Coach Taylor noted that Port St.
)e has traditionally had a "slow"
*am and their- size this year is
ss than mthe majority of their op-
Coach Taylor said that the Sharks
is season seem to have more
)irit and desire than last year's
*am, and should win their share
E their 1966 season's games. Also
) the Sharks advantage is the fact
lat they play six home games and
aly three on the road. They have
ne open date, the last game of
ie season, which was left with an
ability to come to terms with Ap-
lachicola on a meeting date.
Waile Apalachicola has not been
included in this year's schedule,
Sharks will face two new foes
uring the current season. The
ew opponents are Wewahitchka,
'ho they will play tomorrow night
nad Chattahoochee, their foe for
ext Friday night.
The' Sharks have a nucleus of
eight lettermen returning this sea- Tom O'Brian, 134 pounds will
son. These include Tommy Atchi-
son at 154 pounds, playing end
this year. Jimmy Cox at 203 pounds
is returning to his tackle position.
Ricky Thursby, 134 pounds, is back
at guard. Freddy Anderson, 154
pounds is also back in the guard
position. Ricky Robinson, a 200
pound center is back for his-sec-
ond year. Ricky Lovett will be
in the quarterback position again
at 146 pounds. Jerry Nichols is a
returning halfback at 158 pounds.
Larry Branch, who converted from
the line to fullback last year will
again be at that position, weighing
Rounding out the squad will be
ends Wayne Pate, 145 pounds;
John Maddox, 157 pounds; David
Maddox, 123 pounds; Jimmy Davis,
150 pounds; Larry Snelgrove, 145
Tackles other than the returning
lettermen will be Knapp Smith at
183 pounds and Quinene Cushing
weighing 147 pounds.
. At guard is Robert Nobles weigh-
ing. 136 pounds.
Chris Earley at 141 pounds will
be in the center position.
be the second quarterback.
New halfbacks include: Joe Hen-
drix, 120 pounds; Charles Williams,
139 pounds; Donald Capps, who
suffered an injury early last sea-
son, 143 pounds; Mike Burkett,
121 pounds; Joe McLeod, 139
pounds, Tommy Adams, 110 pounds
and. Clark Downs,'. 140 pounds.
Jim Fensom at 164 pounds will
be in the fullback slot.
Coach Taylor said that members
of the squad have suffered several
minor injuries during the practice
sessions, but nothing to be alarmed
about. He said that practically the
whole squad should be well enough
to play Friday night.
The Sharks schedule includes
the following games:
Sept. 16, Wewahitchka H.
Sept. 23, Chattahoochee, H.
Sept. 30, Baker T
Oct. 7, Marianna, H.
Oct. 14, Monticello, T.
Oct. 21, Chipley, H.
Oct. 28, Blountstown, H.
Nov. 4, Bonifay, H.
Nov. 11, Quincy, T.
Nov. 18, Open.
Pictured above are the 1966 Port St. Joe Sharks in their game Nobles, Clark Downs, Chris Earley, David Maddox and Tommy
uniforms. From left to right, front row are: Freddy Anderson, Don- Atchison. Back row, left to right, Larry Branch, Knapp Smith,
aid Capps, Ricky Lovett, Charles Williams, Tommy Adams, Joe Wayne Pate, Jimmy Cox, Ricky Robinson, John Maddox, Jim Fen-
Hendrix, Tom O'brion and Mike Burkett. Second row, left to right, som and Jerry Nichols.
Ricky Thursby, Joe McLeod, Jimmy Davis, Larry Snellgrove, Robert -Star photo
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Someone was asking us the other day about the suit now in the
courts concerning the school bond issue. "Why", this someone asked
and "Are those fellows opposed to the betterment of our schools?"
To say that men of the calibre of Tom Coldewey, J. Lamar Mil-
ler, James T. McNeill and Floyd Lister are "against the progress of
our schools" is to admit to a screw being seriously loose somewhere.
These men have proven their civic-mindedness time and time again
and to even suspect that they would do anything that would dam-
age the future of our schools or anything else is pure foolishness.
We are in favor of their suit, and if you will read the remain-
der of this column, you will see why. Let me assure you that I
am vitally interested in the improvement of our schools on a
sound basis, since I still have four children in the local 'school
system and one in the School Board supported Gulf Coast Junior
College. It would be asinine for me to be anything but interested
in the progress of our schools. ,
To begin with, why was the bond issue initiated with race.
track funds pledged to pay off the issue in the first place? Be-
cause we needed the school facilities and we face the loss of the
race track funds in the next or succeeding session of the Florida
Legislature. But if they are SOUNDLY tied up, the State will
have to pay off the indebtedness even if the race track division of
funds is changed or repealed. Gulf County will not have to levy
property taxes to pay off the bond issue.
But Gulf County must raise property taxes to replace the $115,-
000.00 in race track funds now going into the School Board operat-
ing fund currently from race track funds. Their bond resolution
says this in face of the fact that the County was already levy-
ing every nickle of school taxes they legally could.
While we are dwelling on the civic-mindedness of those ini-
tiating the suit we must point out their business "savvy". We
think that not many will argue with the fact that all of the parties
pushing the suit are astute business men. They are sharp as a
tack and they have contact with attorneys that are also smart as
whip. The School Board has pretty sharp legal advise also.
The School Board attorney says the bond resolution is all
right. The dissentersin the suit say that the Board cannot per-
form the provisions in the resolution.
Now, if business men of the caliber of the dissenters and the
caliber of their legal advice say that there is a doubt of the entire
proceedings being spelled out dot for dot and everything proceeding
according to the book, then we think there is cause for a legal look.
To stand up to examination, the resolution MUST meet a micro-
And here's why.
Supposing the next session of the Legislature takes away the
present division of the race track money, which would reduce Gulf
County's share to a dribble. We have said that the State must
then assume the obligation of paying off our school bonds.
But what would be the purpose of redistributing the race track
funds? To give them back to the large counties from which they
came. How could these large counties get this money back if the
State is pledged by bond issues to continue paying it out for the
benefit -of the smaller counties? By proving some loop hole in the
small counties bond issues.
Now we ask you, how will loop holes be found in Gulf's bond
issue, if it has been tested and appealed in the highest
court in the state?
The action by the four dissenters is doing Gulf County a ser-
vice. Gulf County will walk on sound ground with their school
bonding program. Maybe the resolution was sound and every-
thing as it should be to begin with. But now we know that the
program will stand the test of the courts examination and that Gulf
tax payers need not fear the necessity of voting an additional
six mills on themselves in the future, to pay for a school build-
ing program. We are now sure of the ground on which we walk.
To be sure the delay has cost us in interest. The interest rate
is now higher than when the program was first initiated. But the
increase in interest cost will not amount to even one year of the
taxes we might have had to pay if our program had been declared
invalid because of a technicality. And technicalities can exist in
an instrument regardless of the care with which they are drawn.
So, instead of looking on the court proceedings as an-attempt
to hold back Gulf County's schools, let's look on it in the true
light of protecting the interest of the Gulf county citizen.
The Star has a birthday today. We are beginning our 30th year
Today's Star is a far cry from the original issue of six pages
tabloid size back in 1937 and in face of the probability of being ac-
cused of bragging, we will say that The Star is a far cry from the
eight page tabloid sheet of only 16 years ago.
And if you are thinking of giving The Star a birthday present,
we have a covetous eye on a new offset press and we can tell you
where to get it if you are interested.
As a matter of information, our friend, Bob Ellzey has asked
us to make public the fact that he has sold his yellow car. Yes
we said "sold". We always thought Jack Hammock (purchaser of
the "car") was a sharp trader, but the fact that he purchased Bob's
-yellow "car" leaves doubt in our mind. Our faith is shaken in
And our faith is shaken in Bob for unloading his "car" on
someone he called a friend. But, as Bob said, "Who are you going
to unload such as my yellow "car" if it isn't to a friend?"
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 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
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Gulf Coast Junior College "Spreading
Oiut" In Its Effort to Furnish Education
Gulf Coast Junior College is first class meeting this Monday at
spreading out. 16:30 P.M. Instructor will be Frank
-In addition to the regular day Mullins, psychology instructor at
and evening programs offered on GCJC.
the Gulf Coast campus this year, Another psychology course is
other coursesare being offered at being taught by Mullins at the Cor-
Tyndall Air .ForceBase, the Florida rectional Institution. Begun last
Correctional Institution on then
year an experimental program, the
Tynn Haven Highway, Port St. Joe institution's courses in higher ed-
and Wewahitchka. ucation were continued this year
Extension ,of higher education wr c t
Eoxotunsio.n ofAhhesesitdsucht after officials expressed pride and
opportunities to these sites the satisfactin with achievements of
past few years was needed to. keep sth is et.
pace: with Gulf Coast's role, not-year eor
only in Panama City but through- A total of 23 men are enrolled in
out the entire area, according to the course, which meets at 6:30
Dr.' Richard Morley, GCJC presi- p.m. on Wednesday evenings.
dent. Three Port St. Joe courses are
Only one -i. the courses is still offered this fall. They are English
open for registration, Dr. Morley 101 on Monday evenings, Electron-
said, the ;'ourse in "Psychology ics VIII on Tuesday evenings, and
1sf Personal Adjustment", Psycho- Business. Administration 215 on
gy 203, which is being offered at Thrusday evenings. Psychology
Tie Tyndall Air Force Base Educa-; 201 in being offered on Tuesday
tion Classroom Building on Mon- Evenings in Wewahitchka.
;iday evening. [ Begun this year for the first
Registration, which is being con- time, the Gulf County courses
ducted at the Base Education Of- have enrolled approximately 60
fice, will continue through the persons.
"Thus Saith The Lord"
by: Rev. Bill Graham interpreted and that is the fact of
Last week we shared the teach- ONE BAPTISM is necessary for
ing in the Bible, on the "Indwel- salvation, and we read in the Bible,
ling of the Holy Spirit". We learn- that it is Spiritual Baptism, not
ed that the. Holy Spirit is received water. In 1 Corinthians 12:13 we
at the moment a person receives read: "For by one Spirit are. we
the' Holy Spirit, he receives Him all, baptized into one body, whe-
"'IN" them "FOREVER". their we be Jews or Gentiles, whe-
This week, Lord Willing, we their we be bond or free: and have
shall share "'The Holy Spirit Bap- been all made to drink into one
tism". We shall approach the sub- Spirits." We read further in II
ject from two0 points, 1. What it is Corinthians 5:17 that being in
naot, 2. What it is. Christ is what makes us a new
The Holy Spirit's Baptism is not creature. This relationship is what
to be confused with water baptism, makes old things pass away and all
For anyone to teach that water things new.
'baptism is necessary to salvation We see that this relationship is
or to teach that a person becomes brought about by the baptism- of.
a child of God by water baptism, the Spirit and not by water. Water
-wheather it is infant or adult bap- baptism is an ordinance under-
':tism, is to shut the kingdom of taken by that one who is already
heaven against men. This may saved. This is a public testimony
seem to be rather harsh laugage of their relationship with the Lord,
,but sometimes it ,is necessary in and an act of obedience to His com-
.rder to cause some of our mis- mand. What a shame, for anyone
_ guided'teachers of the Word of tb teach others to trust in the water
rGod to review what they teach in baptism' as necessary for their sal-
-the light of Scripture rather than ovation! The Bible declares a person
church or preacher teaching. is saved by a personal faith in the
Turn in your Bibles to Ephesians Lord Jesus Christ; that His death,
,4:4-6: "There is one body, and one burial, and resurrection is suffici-
Spirit,-even as ye are called in ent to save them from Hell.
one hope of your calling; One Lord, We shall continue our subject,
one Faith, one baptism, One God "What Spiritual Baptism is Not",
:and Father of all, who is above next week. At this time we will
all, and through all, and in you share subject, "Spiritual Baptism
all." In this passage Paul is addres- is not a SECOND work of grace.
sing the Christians in Ephesus, Your questions and comments
reminding them of the essential are welcome. Address your reply
4'one's" of the Christian Faith. to Thus Saith the Lord, care of
One thing that need not to be The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla.
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Too Late To CI
, ,By Russell Kay
I received a letter the other day welfare of their fellow man.
from a reader who complains that At least 90 per cent of the peo-
,icolumnists, reporters, editor s, ple who inhabit the earth are kind,
newscasters and just about every- considerate, decent, friendly folk.
Ifody who is responsible for what They have no quarrel with any-
we call NEWS today has lost all body, they want peace and under-
sence of value. standing but they are constantly re-
He contends that unless some- minded that they are out of step
body is killed or injured, or com- with the world in which they live.
zrta crime, starts a roit or goes -Unless they kill or injure some-
bi3rerk the average reporter or one, commit a crime, or go stark
newscaster can't find anything to mad they are queer and wasting
write or talk about, their time and talents. They will
He points out that day after day, never get their names in the paper,
'week after week, month after attract a news photographer or be
month and year after year, head- mentioned on radio and televi-
lines deal with violence, criminal sion unless they do something
activity or sudden death. It is the truely newsworthy. How can they
same routine, so many people expect to get anywhere today un-
were killed in automobile accidents, less they grab a gun and shoot
so many- were drowned, so many a few people, jump off a bridge
were murdered or mugged. start a fire, head a riot, crash their
Death and destruction together car into a telephone pole or go
with criminal activities consistent- berserk on LSD?
ly enjoy the headlines and front I never through much about it,
page position, but you know, I think the guy has
He asks why readers must be a point. Maybe if we stopped
bombarded with this type of mater- screaming and yelling all over the
ial and what good it does? On the place about death, crime and de-
other hand he wonders if reading struction, and started looking for
such reports others are not something pleasant and worth-
influenced to go and do likewise, while to talk about the world
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live long enough to pick up his I don't know whether the Crea-
newspaper and not find a single tor reads our newspapers or list-
account of a murder, rape, robbery, ens to our radio and television or
auto accident, or violence, and be not, but if he does it seems to me
Sable to turn on his radio or tele- he must be getting pretty much.
-vision without having some an- fed up and it wouldn't surprise me
nouncer oi newscaster scream such if he washed his hands of us and
material over and over, every hour, let us go on hell bent to destruc-
on the hour. tion. We don't really amount to
He contends that there is much much when we consider the bil-
.more good in the world than bad, lions of galaxies, and a reporter
and that people be they black, on Mars or Jupiter could report
white, red or yellow are constant- the sighting of another shooting
ly doing something to abvance the star.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 Beta Sigma Phi Holds
Year's First Meeting
The Eta Upsilon chapter of Beta
Shark N o es igma Phi held its first regular
Shark Notes meeting of the new season at the
By GILDA GILBERT ^ r I home of Sherry Hurlbut on Tues-
day, September 6.
The meeting was called to order
by President Lynda Sullivan. By
The Shark's 1966 football season activities consisted of many sports stating one of the traditions of
will open tomorrow night at 8:00 in and out of the water. Beta Sigma Phi, members answered
in a game against Wewahitchka. The 1965-66 yearbooks have ar- roll which was called by Martha
Much school spirit has already rived and are still on sale. Any- Sanborn, recording secretary, who
been exhibited by students this one may purchase a copy of the then read the minutes of the last
W A- tionire pep :nsor- yearbook for $.,00 from any mem- meeting,
ed by the Key Club will be held to- ber 0& .-.t journalism class. Reports were given by commit-
"night at 7:00. The American alg Test tee chairman. The chapter voted
Saturday, September 10, Mr. which is required by many colleges to continue the adoption of a re-
Henry Chason and Mr. Gene Raf- for entrance will be given on Oc- tarded person at Sunland Training
field gave a fish fry on the Brot- tober 15. Students who wish to take! Center in Marianna, Florida.
her's River for the entire football this test must register with Mrs. President Sullivan announced
team and coaching staff. The day's i Ivey by September 24. the following contest dates: Valen-
tint Contest Novembehr 1 Year-
book Contest, -November 15; Song
Contest, December 1; Program Pre-
sentation Contest, June 9; Publici-
ty Contest, June 15.
The program of the evening con-
sisted of a review of guidelines
and regulations discussed by Lynda
Sullivan. President Sullivan then
called upon officers and commit-
tee chairman to give a brief re-
port of the duties and roles.
The next meeting will be held
on September 20 at the home of
Lynda Sullivan, hostess, at 8:00 PM.
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Gulf County Health Department Is
Offering Urinalysis Tests for Diabetes
Dr. John W. W. Epperson, Direc- urinalysis done for the detection
tor of the Gulf County Health De- of diabetes may do so by calling
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Miss Katherine Brannan, Preston D. Ramsey Are Married
In a beautiful ceremony Satur-
day, August 20 at 11:00 a.m., in
the Carrabelle Assembly of God
Church, Miss Sara Kathrine Bran-
nan became the bride of Preston
D. Ramsey with the Rev. Charles
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Brannan-of Carra-
belle and the bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ram-
sey of St. Joe Beach.
The impressive double ring cere-
mony was performed before an al-
tar accented by a fan shaped ar-
rangement of mixed pink gladioli
and roses and seven branched can-
delabra holding pink candles.
Mrs. Herbert Mock presented
several wedding selections and the
traditional "Wedding March" for
Mrs. Laverne Ramsey of Port St.
Joe, was chosen as matron of hon-
or. She was attired in a street
length gown of light blue taffeta
and lace. The fitted lace bodice
joined the waistline and featured
a bell hipped skiij._of self material.
She wore a matching floral head-
piece accented by a tiny veil of .il-
lusion and she carried a cascade
of blue tinted carnations nestled
in tulle and ribbons.
houston Ramsey, of Port St. Joe,
served as best man.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was lovely in her street
length gown of light petal pink
taffeta and chiffon. The molded
bodice had a V-shaned neck line
accented with a pink taffeta bow. and tuberoses. Following a wed- I
The A-line skirt was of self mater- ding trip Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey will
ial. Her veil of illusion was held reside at St. Joe Beach.
by a pink crown with pearls. She Mrs. Ramsey was a student at
carried a cascade of white carna- Carrabelle High School. Mr. Ram-
-tions and lily of the valley nestled C arrabelle High Sc. Joe
in:tulle and ribbon streamers. As sey graduated from 'Port St. Joe
inulle and ribbon streamers. As High School and is presently em- (
her only ornament of jewelry theployd by Mihigan Chemical Cor-
bride wore two strands of pearls, a portion in Port St. Joe.
gift from the bridegroom. Out of town guests were Mr. and
,Mrs. Brannon, mother of the
bride, chose a light blue sheath
dress of lace, dacron and cotton Long, Avenue Circles
and a corsage of pink carnations W
and tuberoses. Meet 'Next Week
Mrs. Ramsey, the bridegroom's
mother, was attired in a light blue .WMU Circles of the Long Ave-
sheath dress of lace, dacron and nue Baptist Church will meet next
cotton. Her corsage was of yellow week at the following places:
daisies. The Edna Horton Circle will
Immediately following the cere- meet Wednesday morning at 9:30
miony, a reception was given by a.m. at the. home of Mrs. Weems
the bride's parents in the church. Robbins.
The bride's table was covered, with i The Dorothy Clark Circle will
white lace over pink. The focal meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. with
'point was a three-tiered white em- Mrs. George McLawhon.
bossed wedding cake topped by a The Lota Palmer and Eleanor
traditional miniature bride and Howell Circles will meet Tuesday
b--'degroom. The cake was encircl- morning at 9:30 in the home of
ed with pink gladioli nestled in Mrs. Dora Martin.
fern and flanked by crystal candel- -
abra holding pink candies. The
crystal punch bowl was placed at Return Home from Visit
one end accented by blue tinted Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith have
carnations nestled in tulle and returned home after spending. last
ribbons. At the other end was week visiting with Mr. Smith's par-
white carnations nestled in tulle ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith in
and ribbons. Presiding were Mrs. Marianna and Mrs. Smith's grand-
Laverne Enclaide and Miss Linda father, C. B. Cook in Carrabelle.
Dingler. Miss Betty Dingler .kept
the bride's book. All wore corsages Attend Funeral
.of white mums. Mrs. W. P. Dockery attended the
For traveling the bride wore a funeral services last ,Friday for
gray and white two piece cotton her uncle, T. J. Whiddon in Carra-
.and lace suit with nink carnations belle.
I want to express my deep appreciation
to the people of Port St. Joe for the strong vote
of confidence which was given to me Tues-
day at the polls.
I again pledge that my efforts will be in
the interest of the people of Port St. Joe and
the future prosperity of our city.
It is with sincere gratitude and hu-
mility that I say "THANK YOU" for the
vote of confidence of those that supported
I need your vote and continued sup-
port in the run-off on Tuesday, September
twenty-seventh. I pledge conscientious
John Robert Smith
Mrs. Terry Byrd and sons, Steve
and Robbie, Panama City, Mrs. Ed-.
wina Chauncy, Apalachicola; Mrs.
Qudia Cumbie, Apalachicola; Mrs.
JoAnn Zerlott, Apalachicola; Mrs.
Carolyn Smith and daughter, Per-
ry; Mrs. Eula Dean, Port St. Joe;
and Miss Deanna Ramsey, Port St.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Young of
209 Duval Street, Port St. Joe,
announce the engagement and.
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Peggy Jo to. Levon M.
Stripling, son of Mrs. Bushman
A. Poche of Pace and Clifford
Stripling of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be an event
of November 4 at 7:00 p.m. in
PEGGY JO YOUNG
the Oak Grove Assembly of God
A reception will be held im-
mediately following the cere-
mony in the social hall of the
No invitations are being sent
but all friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to attend.
Mission Program At
Faith Bible Church
There will be a special mission-
ary program at Faith Bible Church
Sunday night, August 18, at seven
o'clock. Slides and tapes of the mis-
sionary work of Everette and Nor-
ma Lamberson in Brazil will be
shown. Mr. Lamberson is the brot-
her of C. R. (Dick) Lamberson of
Port St. Joe.
In Porte Alegre, Brazil, Mr. Lam-
berson is in' charge of the Radio
Ministry of the West Indies Mission.
In connection with this work, he
and Mrs. Lamberson plan and
grade Bible Correspondance Cours-
es which .number .over one thous-
and a week. He also teaches and
preaches in local churches there
and in outlying towns.
SYou are cordially: invited. to
share, in slides and tapes, our fel-
lowship with these missionaries
and their work in Brazil. The ser-
ice will begin at seven o'clock and
a nursury is provided for small
Guest of Ramseys
Miss Gloria Grantham, from
Warner Robins, Ga., was the guest
last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Ramsey and family.
Xi Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966
Holds First Regular Meeting of Year
Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of I over to Gladys Brown and Virginia --
Beta Sigma Phi held its first regu- Cannon who were in charge of the
lar meeting at the Florida Power
Lounge with Wandis Scott and
Murlene Ward as hostesses.
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Delores Cox. The
opening ritual was repeated. The
business meeting got under way
with chairman Wandis Scott giving
each member their books. The ways
and means chairman announced
the Fall hat sale would be Septem-
ber 29 and 30 and for each mem-
ber to get their invitations off.
Publicity chairman Shirley Ann
Daniels expressed the need of a
camera for the chapter. The girls
agreed to give S&H Green stamps
to get the camera with.
culture program, "What Is Life".
Virginia gave the first part, talking
on "Physical Being As Science Sees
It". She also showed pictures on
how life begins. Gladys gave the
last part on "Human Life As Af
fected by Mind and Emotion".
It was an enjoyable program.
The program was then turned
'back to the president who led ir.
the closing ritual.
Refreshments were served by the
hostesses to the 13 members pres
Sara Peters graciously accepted Gidde
the office of treasurer. "Fete Grid ers
The business meeting was clos-
ed and the program was turned
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Saturday, September 10 the
Shark Boosters Club gave the Port
St. Joe football team a trip to the
Big Ten Retreat on the Brothers
River. The cooks for the day were
Henry James Chason and Gene
LU lII Raffield. Before the meal the team
enjoyed fishing, swimming and
Monday, September 19 wrestling on the docks.
Baked beans, boiled franks, tur-
nip greens, apricot and prunes, Just to build up their appetites
corn bread, butter and milk. the cooks placed two dollars on
Tuesday, September 20 a table and had the boys swim
Chicken and noodles, snap beans, across the river and back to see
green salad, cherry pie, white which -lineman and which back
bread and milk. would get a dollar for being the
Wednesday, September 21 winner of his race. The winners
Oven fried steak, rice, English were Ricky Robertson and Joe Hen-
peas, lettuce and tomato salad, drix.
fruit cup, white bread and milk. For lunch the team had fish,
Thursday, September 22 slaw, French fries and lemonade.
Spaghetti and meat sauce, steam-
ed cabbage, carrot sticks, hot bis- The team left for home around
cuit, syrup, butter and milk. 3:30 p.m. after an enjoyable day.
Friday, September 23 The team would like to take this
Fish sticks, French fries, mus- opportunity to publicly thank the
cream, corn bread, butter and Shark Boosters Club for honoring
milk. them with the outing last Saturday.
MISS SONIA FAY HOLDING
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strickland of Orlando, Florida proudly an-
nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,
Sonia Fay Holding to Carl J. Zimmerman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl J. Zimmerman, of Port St. Joe. The bride-to-be is a 1965 grad-
uate of Colonial High School in Orlando where she was a majorette
with the Colonial High School Band, which participated in the Tour-
nament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. The groom-elect
is a graduate of the 1962 class of Port St. Joe High School and is
presently serving with the U. S. Marines in Viet Nam. The wedding
will take place in Orlando, but no definite date has been set.
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Port St.Joe Sharks
IA/UA... L.:aLI.. L... .
'HARK FOOTBALL STADIUM 8:00 P.M.
Support Your Team
Attend Every Game You Can This Season
SHARK'S 1966 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept. 16 Wewahitchka, H Oct. 21 Chipley, H
Sept. 23 Chattahoochee, H Oct. 28 Blountstown, H
Sept. 30 Baker, T 'Nov. 4 Bonifay, H
Oct. 7 Marianna, 'H Nov. 11 Quincy, T
Oct. 14 Monticello, T Nov. 18 Open
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Course In Bridge
'The Port St. Joe Jayceettes are
,a udto announce that they will
-enso-the instruction of Mrs.
Aeen Wright, noted bridge ex-
perf,'for an intermediate course
This will be. good news to many
bridge enthusiasts who would like
to play with more skill, confidence,,
and pleasure.r :
The nine-week course will review
the point-coinlt system and will
cover contract bidding, and ele-
ments .of play. .
The Jayceettes would like to in-
vite anyone who feels that he or
she might be interested i 'taking
the course to an organizational
meeting'on Monday, September 19,
at 8:00 -P.M. in the Florida Power
T'Final i-dipisions as to meeting
times iIbe'made at this meeting.
The,. registration fee of $15.00
Wi in lude.the price of a book
Mwill.-*e payable at the organiz-
on almeeting for those signing
31 for the course.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. /HURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966
Historical Society Lists Items Needed to
Make Improvements At Old Cemetery
In last week's issue of The Star, Old Cemetery.
in the report from the St. Joseph Mrs. Brinson and her committee
Historical Society, an appeal was have spent long hours working out
made for old brick to be used in these plans and all the members
the construction of a circular walk .Tncpnh -itnriel Si.-
fof the St. Joseph Historical Socie-
Cancer Achievement awards were presented to
Gulf County workers Monday morning of this
week at the St. James Episcopal Parish House. Pic-
tured above, left to right are Gulf County Chairman,
MY DEEP APPRECIATION
I have a deep appreciation for the many
votes I received in Tuesday's City Commission
election. I offer my sincere congratulations to
my worthy opponent and others who were suc-
cessful in their bid for election.
BILLY D. BARLOW-
THANK YOU FRIENDS
I would like to take this opportunity to
thank all my friends and supporters for their
help in my bid for City Commissioner.
Cecil Curry, District Supervisor, Mrs. Edna Rowell,
who presented the awards, Walter Dodson, treasur-
er and Rev. Henry Hoyt, Crusade chairman.
Cancer Society Meets to Name New
Officers and Present Service Awards
The Gulf County Chapter of the several awards of merit for ac-
American Cancer Society met
Monday morning of this week in
the St. James Episcopal Parish
House to name new officers for
the coming year.
B. Roy Gibson, Jr., chairman of
the nominating committee report-
ed that his committee had recom-
mended the following slate of offi-
Chairman, Cecil B. Curry; Co-
Chairman, Nils Millergren; Crusade
Chairman, Henry Hoyt; Treasurer,
Walter Dodson; Secretary, Mrs.
Margaret Thomason and Medical
Director, Dr. Joe Hendrix.
Directors suggested for the new
year include: Cecil Curry, George
Y. Core, Henry Hoyt, Walter Dod-
son, Mrs. Ruby Gilbert, Dr. H. B.
Canning, Nils Millergren, Mrs. Mil-
ton Chafin, Mrs. W. H. Weeks,
Mrs. George Tapper, Mrs. T. S.
Coldewey, Mrs. S. H. Stone, Dr. R.
E. King, L. D. Bowen, Mrs. P. S
Fensom, Kenneth Whitfield, Miss
Minerva McLane, Wesley R Ramsey
and Frank Grady. : .'
The officers were', approved by
the organization to serve for the
Treasurer Walter C. Dodson told
the group that the Crusade collect-
ed $3,084 in donations last year,
falling short of its $3,500 goal
which had been increased consid-
erably over the previous year.
Mrs.- Edna Rowell, area super-
visor, of Panama City, presented
I would like to express my appreciation
to you who voted for me in my bid for City
Commissioner in Group .
ROBERT J. FALISKI
n the Old Cemetery. This week it
seems advisable to give more de-
ailed information about the Old
cemetery project, which is under t
he capable supervision of Mrs. R.
1. Brinson, one of the charter
members of the society.
The Old Cemetery is the proper-
y of the City of Port St. Joe, but
the Society has long concerned it-
elf with the restoration and up-
keep of these grounds, and with
he cooperation and support of the
ity officials and workers, has
made an honest endeavor to keep
he grounds clean and free of
weeds and other unwanted growth.
Sometime ago a fence was placed
around the grounds, trees and
shrubbery planted, water provid-
ed, and tombs and headstones
cleaned and restored so far as pos-
sible. Numbers of times in the past
several years articles have appear-
ed in The Star deploring the van-
dalism of this historical spot and
urging parents to teach their
youngsters to appreciate our rich
heritage and to honor and respect
the resting, places of our earliest
The Old Cemetery committee
has been working on plans for fur-
ther improvement and beautifica-
tion and has submitted the follow-
Immediate needs: Six 50 foot
lengths of water hose, four water
sprinklers, six additional azaleas,
14 scarlet or blazer climbers, and
a stand to hold a guest book to
encourage the registration of visi-
In addition to the 7200 brick
needed for the above mentioned
circular .walk, other plans call for
116 feet concrete drainage pipe
for parking area; ten loads of black
top for parking and turn around;
one large sign for names of peo-
ple who were buried here; 20 low
growing arbovitae bushes to out-
line" the proposed circular walk; a
bird bath and 12 rose bushes to
surround the bird bath; a full
time worker to care for the three
cemeteries, St. Joseph Memorial
Cemetery, Holly Hill Cemetery and
Forest Hill Cemetery; and four
appropriate signs to guide visitors
from the local State Museum to the
val of this project and for their
continuing cooperation with this
MRS. RALPH SWATTS, Sr.
Recording Secretary and
GOLDEN AGERS WILL
MONDAY AT STAC HOUSE
The Golden Agers will meet at
6:30 p.m. Monday at the Stac
-.......o.... ... .. ...... i- House. All members are urged to
ty join them in expressing deep bring a covered dish and motor out
appreciation to Mayor Hannon and to Wayside Park for an old fash-
the other city officials for appro ioned picnic.
GUARANTEED TO DISSOLVE RUST
IN MINUTES LEAVES METAL READY
TO PAINT DOES THE WORK
Distributed Exclusively In This Area by
St. Joe Auto Parts, Inc.
311 Williams Ave. Phone 227-2141
complishments during the 1966
Crusade. Awards were presented
to Mrs. Johnest Pace, George Y.
Core, Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Ra-
dio Station WJOE, The Star, Rev.
Henry Hoyt, Walter Dodson, Mrs.
W. C. Ivey, Cecil Curry and Mrs.
Crusade chairman for 1966, Rev.
Henry Hoyt, paid special tribute to
Mrs. Paul S. Fensom and her house
to house crusade workers for their
achievement in obtaining nearly
half of last year's donations
through house to house personal
Mrs. Jones Hostess
To Garden Club
The .Port St. Joe Garden Club
bIeld its first meeting of the new
year Thursday, September 8 when
they met in the home of the presi-
dent, Mrs. Dave Jones.
During the business meeting
special emphasis was placed on the
fall Flower Show to be held Octo-
ber 15 and 16.
The program, "New Trends and
Rules for Flower Shows" was pre-
sented by Mrs. Ralph Nance. Hor-
ticulture tips were given by Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey.
The hostess served refreshments
to Mrs. Margaret Nichols, Mrs.
Henry Ayers, Mrs. W. D. Sykes,
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, Mrs. Dudley
Vaughn, Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs.
Grant Davison and Mrs. Wesley R.
Mrs. Davison was a visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. .Donald Dewey
Brake, 1003 IKenny's Mill, announce
the birth of' a daughter, Sherry
Ann, September 8, 1966.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie D. Holland,
Highland View, announce the
birth 'of a daughter, Pamela Lesley,
September 13, 1966.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Cha-
fin, Jr., announce the birth of a
daughter, Cathy Michele, Septem-
ber 11, 1966.
Enrolls At Ouchita College
Miss Cecelia Boone, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Boone, left last
week for Arkadelphia, Arkansas
where she is enrolled at Ouachita
We have sold the De-
luxe Cleaners to Mrs.
If you placed clothes
in the cleaners, under
our ownership, and have
not picked then up,
please do so within one
Mrs. Terry Hinote
I sincerely appreciate the fine vote and support I re-
ceived from my many friends.
I would like to congratulate Mr. Pate on his victory
and assure him I am willing to work with him in any way
possible for the benefit of the people of Port St. Joe.
I would like to congratulate the officials of the St. Joe
Paper Company and the Florida First National Bank on the
handling of this election.
The appearance of Mr. John White for the purpose of
assassinating my character and creating doubts in the
people's minds as to my honesty and integrity was a shrewd
Although Mr. Pate was the candidate of the Power
Politics Group, I sincerely believe he had no knowledge of
I want to thank the people of Port St. Joe for having
honored me with the privilege of serving as your Mayor for
the last four years.
- f ,I
Wish to congratulate the voters of Port St. Joe for the fine
turn-out in the election Tuesday. It is a pleasure to be a party of
good, clean politics and I extend many thanks and appreciation to
my opponents for making it so.
I sincerely thank you for th3 fine vote given me.
I ask the friends and supporters of Mr. Benton Hamm and Mr.
; Bob Falski to join and vote for me in the coming run-off.
Now let us join together for fair, honest, impartial, progres-
VOTE FOR and ELECT
. ..-. ..l
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966
Gardening In Florida...
If you can't stop...
I be ready to start
So, stop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De-
pendable Parts. You can be sure
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA Seal be-
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed de-
pendability available only
through the service-repair shops
that show the NAPA Sign. :
and save a
Q ftr Pats and &iipt -
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
311 Williams Ave. Ph. 227-2141
Potted citrus in the patio will
spice up your gossip sessions.
Anyone with a knack of a ton-
gue can spin exotic tales linking
Chinese customs with citrus.
You can mention that citrus
trees have had many uses.
Among them were a cure for
poison, correction of fetid breath,
relief to asthmatics, protection
against moths, a remedy for rheu-
matism and sore mouth and a cure
If you prefer modern gossip,
then explain that citrus with its
enchanting odor mingled with
moonlight con ignite sparks of
romance. By adding local names,
this conversation can run for hours.
"Citrus" varieties suited for pot
plantings inchlde the Kumquat,
Meyer lemon, ponderosa lemon,
Otaheite orange and Chinotto.
Three varieties of the kumquat
are Nagami, Marumi and Meiwa.
The latter is sweetest of the three.
Kumquats are called golden ban
by the Chinese because the bright
orange fruit are somewhat bean
.Kumquats are inherently dwarfs,
and when propagated on trifoliate
orange stock the plant is reduced
in size. They are ideal pot plants.
Otaheite orange is a misnomer,
since it is not an orange but akin
to an acidless lime. Fruit color
ranges from orange to reddish or-
ange. The plants are quite attrac-
tive at Christmas, since plants a
food or so high may carry up to
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( .... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, 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"
Say You Saw It In The Star -
i You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-....---...--
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .....
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
You can always count
on our pharmacist to
be available when you
need him, regardless of
the hour! And you cane
depend on him for all
your other health
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
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
Phone 227-5111 Drive-in Window At Rear
a dozen 11/2-inch fruit, plus blos-
soms. The fruit has orange coler-
ed flesh that is flat and insipid in
The Meyer lemon bears fruit
about the size and shape of the
commercial lemon. It fruits more
or less the year around. It is an ex-
cellent variety for home use and is
an acceptable substitute for com-
The ponderosa lemon bears large
tear-shaped fruit measuring up to
six inches in diameter. The fruit
is seedy and sour.
The chinotto orange is a favorite
patio plant. It is a natural dwarf
selection bearing deep orange-col-
ered fruit measuring nearly 1/2
inchs in diameter. Juice from these
fruit makes a refreshing drink.
Seedless varieties are used in mak-
ing-candies, jellies and preserves.
Unusual varieties often strike
the fancy of citrus hobbyists. If
you are in this category, try such
varieties as Kara mandarin, sweet
tangor, mandarin, Satsuma orange,
Torocco orange and Bears lime.
On the oddity side of dooryard
plantings, try producing a number
of different citrus varieties from
one rootstock by budding the var-
ious tree branches with budwood
from several varieties.
Varigated citrus varieties make
an interesting project for the door-
yard fruit grower. The variegation
is caused when citrus mutates from
unusual chlorophyl patterns on
leaves, as contrasted with sections
of leaves devoid of green color.
If a plant has variegated leaves
it also has variegated fruit, but it
may produce variegated fruit with,
out having variegated leaves. When
this occurs in fruit, various peel
sectors of the fruit are of con-
trasting colors. Sweet orange, le-
mon and sour orange selections are
available in this form.
There are many other "Citrus"
plants that can be used for orna-
mentals. These include sour oran-
ge, citron, fingered citron, lime-
quat, Rangpur lime, fingerlime
Poncirus trifoliat and Wampee.
Notice is hereby given that the
regular meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, scheduled for
September 13, 1966, has been post-
poned due to circuit court being
in session that day and that the
regular meeting for the month of
September 1966 has been re-sched-
uled for September 23, 1966, at
6:30 P.M:, CST.
BOARD OF COUNTY
By: JAMES G. McDANIEL,
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as the Board of Adjustment,
according to the provisions of the
City Zoning Ordinance, will hold a
Public Hearing at the City Hall,
Port St. Joe, at 8:00 o'clock P.M.,
Tuesday, September 20, 1966, to
determine whether the City will
authorize a variance from the
terms of Ordinance No. 5, being
the Zoning Ordinance of the City,
for Edwin L. Peters, Lot 19, Block
118, Monument Avenue of Port St.
Joe, relating to the requirements
of side yard restrictions.
C. W. BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Be it known that I, Tom Adams,
Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, do hereby give notice that
a GENERAL ELECTION will be
held in Gulf County, State of Flor-
ida, on Tuesday next succeeding
the first Monday in November, A.
D., 1966, the said Tuesday being
the EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
to fill the following offices:
Representative iM Congress for
the First Congressional District.
Three (3) Justices of the Su-
Three (3) Judges of the District
Court of Appeal for the First Ap-
Three (3) Circuit Judges of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit.
Secretary of State.
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
Commissioner of Agriculture.
Two (2) Commissioners, Florida
Public Service Commission.
State Senator, Fourth Senator-
Two (2) Members of the House
Two (2) Members of the Board
of County Qpmmissioners.
Three (3) Members of the Board
of Public Instruction.
Judge, Small Claims Court.
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed
the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capi-
tal, this the Fifteenth day of Au-
Secretary of State
Gulf County Men's League
by Robert Montgomery
Monday night was the first nig
of our new season and here's hc
On lanes 1 and 2 Jr. Food Sto
took all 4 points from 13 Mile Oy
ter Co. Glen Williams was hig
for his team with a 451 series
Buddy Wood took the honors f
13 Mile with 462.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Coopers Che
take 3 from Glidden with Virg
Daniels high for Cooper with
607 series and a good game of 23
Joe Davis was high for Gliddi
with a 513.
On lanes 5 and 6 Vitro Villian
took 4 from Vitro Launchers. Larr
Townsend was top for the Villia
with, a 542 and a good game
212. Danny Maddox was high f
the Launchers with a 501.
Lanes 7 and 8 saw Sunshine Gr
and St. Joe Lanes split each takir
2. Herb Gardner was high for Su
shine with 463. Wayne Smith w
high for St. Joe Lanes with 564.
Jr. Food Store 4
Vitro Villians 4
Cooper Chev. 3
Sunshine Gro. 2
St. Joe Lanes------ 2-
13 Mile 0
Vitro Launchers----- 0-
LADIES WINTER LEAGUE
The Ladies Winter League kic
ed off a new season last Wednesday Mthdist Mission Study Conference
morning in high spirits. Everyone methodist Mission Study Conference
had a very enjoyable morning.
The Senators met Sunshine
Grocery on lanes 1 and 2 with the
Senators winning 3 games. Shirley
Whitfield was high lady for the
victors with a fine 479 series, in-
cluding a 198 game. Vivian Hardy
added a niee 479 series with a high
game of 211. High for Sunshine
ht Grocery was Lois Faulk with a
ow 417 and Evelyn Smith with 413.
re The E. L. Amison team won all
ys- 4 games from Tynes Standard Oil.
gh High for Amison's was Eula Dickey
es. with 404 and Lois Smith with 391.
or Ruby Lucas had' a fine series of
474 for the losers with games of
138-157-179. Anna Smith had 382.
gil Beaman's won 4 games from the
a man's had Louise Schweikert rol-
34. ling 425 and Irene Beaman with
en ling 415 and Irene Beamen with
339. Vitro Wives is a new team and
ns new members. Welcome, girls.
ry Peggy Jenkins had 272 and Dot
ns Mathis had 270.
f 13 Mile Oyster Co. won 4 games
from Pate's on lanes 7 and 8. Don-
na Ward led 13 Mile with a 450
series. Ola Jean Silva was red hot
with a 442 series. Sandra Raffield
n- led Pate's with 397 and Jean Stebel
as added 380.
L W L
0 Beaman's 4 0
0 Amison's 4 0
1 13 Mile 4 0
2 Senator's 3 1
2 Sunshine Gro. 1 3
4 Vitro Wives 0 4
4 Tyne's 0 4
Pate's 0 4
k- READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
Set for September 17 In Marianna
The Fall Mission Study Confer-
ence of the Marianna District will
be held on September 17, 1966 at
the St. Andrews Methodist Church
in Panama City.
The Hours will be from 3:30 to
9:00 P. M. and each person is to
bring his own sandwiches. The
beverage will be provided by the
host church. A nursery will be pro-
vided. There will be a book room
and literature for the mission study
will be on sale.
Two studies. "Affluence and Po-
the members of their Sub-Commitl
tee on Mission Studies or membejA
of their Commission of Missions?
The speaker will be Dr. William
W. Roughton, District Superinten-
dent from Tallahassee, Dr. E. L.
Hardin, District Superintendent
from Marianna, Rev. John W. Mc-
Surdy, Parker, Rev. M. C. (Si) Mat-
hison, and Rev. T. L. Butts, Panama
City, and Mrs. Thomas Bradshaw,
verty: Dilemma for Christians" and 'I'i
"Christian Being and Doing," will y *v
be presented and a new and excit- :U Stand Tall
ing way will be presented to give '-.
these studies in the local churches. l In Florida's
All of the churches in the Mari- I Future!
anna District are invited to send I
IT'S WATERPROOF! IT FLOATS!
* Waterproof 4-way blinker switch and break
resistant plastic, case
* Sealed-beam type reflector produces a bright
* Uses four standard "D" batteries (not included)
Ideal for boating* ...for camping
Completely water- A good lantern is a
proof! If accidental- "must" for Campers
ly dropped over- ... waterproof, break
board, it floats! resistant, powerful.
Keep in car for
serves as a light or
NOTICE TO VETERANS
As a public service, we offer to furnish air
conditioned, oxygen equipped ambulance ser-
vice to V.A. patients who have been accepted
to VA hospitals without cost to the veteran
or his family.
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
W. P. (Pete) Comforter, Veteran, W. W. II
Priced as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all ser- '-- nationss displaying the Firestone sign.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIP'S 66 TYNE'S STANDARD STA.'
A, ''OOOD WORD. FOk
Wewahitchka, Phone 639-2271
IPort St. Joe, Phone 227-3511
Last Week the Winner of our "BUST THE JUG" Contest
was not present, So the Jackpot this week will be $30.00
Drawing Saturday at 5:00 P.M. Winner Must Be Present to win. If Not Present,
Another $5.00 Will Be Added to the Next Week Jackpot
THESE SPECIAL PRICES GOOD SEPTEMBER 14, 15, 16 and 17
We Reserve Limit Rights
SCOTT PAPER SALE!
BIG ROLL JUMBO SIZE PACKAGE
SCOT TOWELS --- 3 for $1.00 PAPER NAPKINS 3 for $1.00
WALDORF 4 ROLL PKG.
TOILET TISSUE ---- 3 pkgs. $1.00
SOFTWEVE 2 ROLL PACKAGE
4 for $1.00
LARGE FIRM HEAD LETTUCE ----- head
Limit 1 Lb. With $7.00 Order or More
SUNKIST JUICY LEMONS --------- dozen 19c
FRESH BELL PEPPERS-----------4 for 19c
50 FREE STAMPS WITH NO. 1 IRISH
SWith $10.00 Order or More --PLUS 100 FREE KING KORN STAMPS
FREE 1 DOZEN GA. GRADE 'A' EGGS FREE
King Korn Stamps
With Coupon and Purchase of
$10.00 Order or More
50 Extra King Korn Stamps
No Coupon Needed with Purchase of
50 Lbs. PURINA DOG SHOW
NO. 10 COOKING OIL
100 COUNT BAYER ASPIRIN
ANY VARIETY SUNSHINE SALAD
ANY BEEF ROAST from MEAT DEPT.
STOKELY'S BIG NO. 2/ CANS
BABY FOOD doz. jurs $1.19
AMERICAN BEAUTY 300 SIZE CAN
PORK and BEANS----- can Oc
ALL FLAVORS DEL MONTE 46 OZ. CANS
FRUIT DRINKS --- 3 cans 79c
CStokely's14OzBottle -imnit 3
5 LB. BAG
Limit 5 Lbs. at Thi
Price with $7.00 Orde
ED or HALVES
4 cans 79c
^0/^. u.., ** .
-, ^"""" ^ ".
GREEN GIANT FROZEN 10 OZ. PKG.
NIBLETS CORN .-- 3 pkgs. 99c
ALL FLAVORS BANQUET
CREME PIES -------- each 23c
MEAT PIES -- --- 4 for 79c
New Plumrose Canned
Needs No Refrigeration
ARMOUR'S TOPPER BRAND QUICK FROZEN 4 to 7 Lb. Size
DUBUQUE'S 12 OZ. PKG.
All Meat FRANKS
DUBUQUE PURE SEASONED MILD OR HOT
DUBUQUE'S ROYAL BUFFET
Florida Grade "A"
I SUNSHINE FOOD STORE WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIALS
Limit 1 With $10.00 Order or More
CLOROX BLEACH 1/2 gal. 19c
Limit 1 With $10.00 Order or More
SPARKLO COOKING OIL ------. No. 10 Jug. 79c
Limit 3 Dozen
GA. GRADE "A" SMALL EGGS ------- doz. 19c
Reg. Blc Limit 2 Bags
EELBECK CORN MEAL 5 lb. bag 29c
R.C. COLA bottle 4c
CHUCK ROAST lb. 29c
SHOULDER ROUND ROAST lb. 49c
RIB STEAK lb. 59c
FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. 99c
LEAN, MEATY SHORT RIBS lb. 29c
BRISKET 'STEW BEEF lb. 19c
SWEET POTATOES lb. 4c
Golden Ripe BANANAS lb. 5c
Needs No Refrigeration
ALL NEW PLUMROSE CANNED PICNICS ---------------3 pound can $1.99
Starkist Chunk Style V
Giant Size Detergent
DUBUQUE'S WESTERN CORN FED PORK QUARTERED LOIN
PORK CHOPS lb. 69c
FIRST CUT PORK CHOPS or LOIN
Pork Roast lb. 49c
Save King Korn Stamps For Gifts
-- la~r~a re
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966
Letters To The Editor
Wesley Ramsey, Editor brick structure erected on Reid
The Star Avenue. It was built in the early
1920's and replaced a wooden
Dear Wesley: building which burned at the same
I do not wish to appear impul- location.
sive or unduly persistent in regardI According to my memory, the
to the picture in the July 21 issue present concrete sidewalks must
of The Star, depicting Reid Avenue have been laid about 1922 or 1923.
in the 1920's, but I now have some The pictures show clearly the two
factual evidence in confirmation story buildings, sidewalks and ma-
of my earlier assertion that the cadamized street paving mentioned
picture is incorrect. in my previous letter. Sidewalks
In response to that edition of were provided in the very begin-
The Star I wrote that, although I ning of the town but none are visi-
had been a long-time resident at ble in The Star photo.
Port St. Joe I could not identify We expect to visit Port St. Joe
the picture. Admittedly, the pic- in early Fall and would be pleased
ture does have a rather impressive for you, and others, to view the
resemblance, nevertheless it is album pictures and arrive at your
erroneous! My correspondence with own estimate of their validity, of
friends, and the subsequent issues which I feel there can be no doubt.
of The Star, indicate a divided Glad of the opportunity of submit-
opinion as to the relationship of ting the above in an effort to re-
the picture to that street. Mean- solve the controversy if, indeed, it
while, I-have examined an old pic- yet continues.
ture album and find conclusive evi-
dence in support of my reasoning
that the photo does not relate to
Reid Avenue. during any period of
Port St. Joe history, from its mu-
nicipal incorporation in 1910 to
the present time. The pictures dif-
fer widely from the one printed in
The Star, the details of which show
several buildings with fronts of a
HENRY A. DRAKE
(You are now substantiated, Mr.
Drake. The picture has been iden-
tified as Telogia. Congratulations
on your sharp eye and long mem-
type never constructed on Reid In reference to last week's ar-
Avenue. ticle (which, I am sure, was writ-
The album pictures, numbering ten by Billy Barlow himself) stating
almost a dozen, were snapped by that Billy Barlow was the "ACE"
me in the vicinity of the intersec- from St. Joe at the Lynn Haven
tion at Second Street, during the course. I would like to clarify this
period 1917 to the mid 20's. They situation. In golfing circles an
show many of the older and some "ACE" is a hole in one made by
of the more recent landmarks on a golfer. Only two current players
Reid Avenue. The pictures include in Port St. Joe have "ACES" to
the railroad general offices and their credit. These are Ashley Cos-
fire hydrant; old Belmont; M. L.
Macon store, the Post Office,
Owens and Murdock store, J. E.
Maddox building, Angelo's Cafe
(now Norma Shirley Hotel) and
Nedley's (St. Joe Trading Co.) store
which, incidentally, was the first
tin and Fead Etheridge. So under
this definition he is not the "ACE".
I guess you could call a golfer
an "ACE" if he was the low shoot-
er in a group. Currently Charley
Brock is the proud holder of that
title with a fine 76 turned in last
J. D. Clark, pictured above, and Glenn
Boyles (too pooped to get in the picture)
caught this huge string of king mackerel
and assorted fish Tuesday morning in St.
SAY YOU SAW iT IN THE STAR
week. So you see Billy cannot
claim that honor either. Maybe Bil-
ly has forgotten the 93 he shot
three weeks ago.
(Thank you "ACE" Ashley and
Do you think it was really kind
Do you think it was really nice
to remind Bill of -his 93? We put
the "ACE" by his name last week
on our own hook to sort of perk
' You have to admit, however, that
Bill is an "ACE" of a fellow, even
if he hasn't, as yet, made an "ACE"
at golf, so our adjective will still
have to stand. -Ed)
: .- ..- -, '- .. -. .
L / *..T .M^-.WT ..^.rf.ri .^.AAf.- .. ,. fl ;
Joseph Bay. The fishermen had 27 kings
large enough eat. They kept their bait
and method secret, but they will share a
mess of fish with you. -Star photo
Rotarians learned that Tyndall
Air Force Base has an extensive
safety program last Thursday,
when Leo Miller, Tyndall safety
director outlined some of the ac-
tivities at the base and off base
to try to combat the accident rate.
He said that during last year,
1941 were killed in aircraft crashes
throughout the Air Force. In addi-
tion to the lives lost; these acci-
dents meant a destruction of $424
million worth of property and
money used to train replacements
for those lost.
He said this was a good accident
rate considering the number of
aircraft in operation, but said that
the Air Force is putting new safe-
ty practices into their program
every day to try and reduce this
He said the biggest problem of
their safety program is with pri-
vate vehicles. "Ninety percent of
our accidents involve only ten per-
cent of our people, just as in civil-
ian life", Miller said. He said that
motor vehicle accidents accounted
for over one third of the Air Force
Vitro Wives Will Meet
At Bay City Lodge
' The monthly meeting of the
Vitro Wives Club will be held this
month at Bay City Lodge in Apa-
lachicola. The ladies will leave
Port St. Joe at 6:30 P. M. from
the Piggly Wiggly parking lot Tues-
day, September 20.
The meeting will be held to elect
new officers for the coming year.
All members are urged to attend.
Against Mildew DamageK
What is reputed to be the "sea-
son in the sun" is, alas, the wet
season, too. Soaring temperatures
and humidity are all part of the
And, wet weather, heat and
humidity are the spawners of mil-
dew-that thin whitish spore which
attacks and destroys all types of
clothing, shoes, paper, wood, and
To prevent mildew from form-
ing, keep your things clean and
eliminate dampness as much as
possible. When temperatures and
humidity rise, as they have been
doing this summer, soiled clothing
and other articles supply the nu.
trients needed for mildew organ-
isms to grow.
And remember, ill-lighted and
poorly ventilated places such as
cellars, clothing closets, storage
bins, etc., are particularly condu-
cive to the formation of mildew.`
In addition to the above pre-'
cautions, it is advisable to use a
strong chemical preventive such as
naphthalene flakes or moth balls
to protect clothing and other stored
articles from mildeW attack.
Naphthalene is most effective
against mildew fungi when the
vapors are concentrated, so store
your belongings in closets, bureau
drawers, and trunks that are
opened infrequently. Generally,
two pounds of moth balls will
protect 100 cubic feet of storage
space. Check occasionally to see
how much of the original amount
has vaporized. Replace when nec-
Store leather goods such as shoes
and luggage in sealed packages or
in closets with an ample supply of
moth balls. Protect your books
against mildew in damp, humid
weather by lining your bookcase
with metal or glass trays contain-
ing moth balls or flakes, placing
the trays in the area behind the
accidental fatalities and one half
of the injuries. An intensive pro-
gram to encourage the use of seat
belts is reducing the death rate,
the speaker said.
The club inducted Alan Scott,
principal of the Port St. Joe High
School as a new member.
Gene Austin of Apalachicola was
a guest of the club.
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
( Handsome new Fleetslde... one of 26
all-new Chevy pickup models for 19671
ter. New all-steel pickup better visibility plus many
box provides full-depth added safety features. The
double-wall side panels and new '67 Chevy pickup looks
tailgate. And the attractive so good and is built so well
new color-keyed cab inte- you can use it for almost
rior is roomier. Also, there's anything!
NEW LEUTR I
MORE LOAD SPACE ON A LONGER WHEELBASE!
K ALL-NEW CHEVY-VAN 108 (10" WHEELBASE) NEWLY STYLED CHEVY-VAN 90 (9' WHEELBASE
for '67.., new V8 power, tool
with hustling V8 power '
There's a brand new breed
of Chevy trucks at your
Van 90 with 209-cu.-ft. cargo dealer's, so
area. Both can be equipped stop by soon!
Jim Cooper Motor Co., Inc.
Port St. Joe, Florida
A Pretty Good String of Fish
Extensive Safety Program At Tyndall
Is Explained to Rotary Club Thursday
Here's the brand new '67
Chevy pickup! Strikingly
new in styling, its trim ap-
pearance puts many cars to
shame. And tough new body
sheet metal resists rust bet-
New Chevy-Vans in two sizes
All new for '67 is the Chevy-
Van 108 with 108" wheel-
base and 256-cu.-ft. load
space. Or pick the Chevy-
\ FREE Chevrolet Filled With Groceries
AND MANY OTHER FREE GIFTS!
Drawing October 22, 1966 At 6 P.M.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO MAKE A PURCHASE TO REGISTER REGISTER AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WISH ... DO IT EVERY DAY!
CHEVROLET ON DISPLAY IN FRONT OF STORE
CHEVROLET PURCHASED FROM JIM COOPER MOTOR CO.
REMEMBER. THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR MANY SPECIAL PRICES!
I I ne A A
I UbUA UM
STEW lb. 69c
FROSTY MORN 12 OZ. PKGS.
SUNNYLAND BOB WHITE
SEPTEMBER 14, 15, 16 and 17
We Reserve Limit Rights
Nabisco Oreo Creme Sandwich Cello or Ctn.
COOKIES --------b. pkg. 45c
PANCAKE MIX -- 2 lb. box 41c GOLT
GRAPE JELLY ----- 18 oz. jar 39c
BAG GIES-- 2pkg.deal 33c
PEANUT BUTTER__- 17 oz. jar 49c
PILLSBURY MIX--2 lb. box 49c
Green Giant Whole Kernel or-No. 303 Cans ROUT
CREAM CORN ------3 cans 69c
25 LB. BAG ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR $2.17 r
FOLGER'S WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
- THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE
A FINE NEW DETERGENT WITH FREE TOWEL! LIMIT ONE
LIMIT ... ONE BOX WITH $7.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
QUALITY CONSCIOUS YELLOW ROSE
Cooking I OIL
LIMIT ONE JAR WITH $7.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
BALLARD OR PILLSBURY
YOUR CHOICE OF PLAIN OR SELF RISING
10 Ibs. 39c
- FROZEN FOODS
6 for 99c
SHOE PEG or
+Your Pleasure Is Our Policy+
CAKE MIX 3 for 79c
/4 Lb. Pkgs.
LUZIANNE TEA -- pkg. 23c
Reg. 1.98 Gillette Super Stainless Steel
Razor Blades 15 ct. $1.14
Sunset Gold 8 Oz. Cans
BISCUITS 6 pak ctn. 39c
WE INVITE YOU TO
The Largest Food Store In Port St. Joe
Which Has Been
For Your Shopping Convenience and
Bring the Whole Family!
Browse and Shop In Comfort
Plenty of Free Parking
GRIP LOCK HANDLE SAVE MONEY
COMPARE AT $2.00C and & H Stamps
99C and S&H Stamps
Wednesday Morning Specials
Ga. Grade 'A' or Trim Chick
Fryers lb. 19c
Ground Beef 3 lbs. 99c
Sunnyland Bob White-Limit 1 with $10 Order
Sliced BACON 1- b. 49c
Chuck STEAK lb. 49c
PORK CHOPS lb. 39c
MORTON'S "Ready To Serve"
CREME PIES 4 for 99c
0 K RA ,- ---- b. 5c
CHEROKEE NO. 2Y2 CAN
PEACHES 4 cans 89c
U ANCHOR HOCKING
1/2 QUART SIZE
COMPARE AT $3.50
_ I _L
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966
The Methodist Church of Port St. Joe began preparation for spraying the building for wood
to take on the appearance of getting ready for an borers which have invaded the attic of the church.
old fashioned tent meeting this week as a huge The work is expected to be completed this week.
nylon tent was placed over the entire building in -Star photo
I want to
all of the vote
my fine vote in
TCIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
I ask that we
now join hands and
meet the challenges
together for a more
I Frank Pate
JAYCEETTES'WILL MEET. .
MONDAY EVENING AT 7:@0
Problem of Becoming
rCxL-_ -f SL- BAJ&
Brock Outlines New
At Kiwanis Club Me
City Auditor and Clerk Charles
Brock outlined the new Port St.
Joe city budget to the Kiwanis
Club Tuesday at the noon meeting
<' 1,, 111"
The Port St. Joe Jayceettes will ruiner OT Tne DlU
meet Monday, September 19 at 7:00 By RUSSELL KAY Brock pointed out that an addi-
p.m. at the Florida Power Lounge. If you happen to tave a daugh- tional $42,000 in taxes will come
Members are asked to bring ter of marriageable age and face into the city tills during the next
items for the rummage sale to be the problem of becoming the fa- fiscal year even though there has
items for the rummage sale their of the bride, you will do well been no increase in the mill rate.
held on Saturday, September 24. to read' an artcile by Bill David- He said that the lion's share of
son in the August 13 issue of the the increase is due to increased val-
America's FirstChoice! Saturday Evening Post. nation of the St. Joe Paper Com-
AMr. Davidson took time out to pany, due to expansion.
research modern day costs of a Brock told the Kiwanians that
wedding as it applies to the fa- the total city indebtedness was now
their of the bride. He tells how reduced to $351,000, including the
modern day hucksters have organ- money owed on the Municipal Hos-
ized the business into a multi- pital expansion. He said that all
billion dollar racket, bonded indebtedness was up to
I! Let the newspaper announce date and that the City is now try-
that so and so are engaged and if ing to pay cash for its capital im-
you don't have your telephone re- provements as they go, insofar as
moved and go into hiding you won't it is able. He pointed out that the
have a moment's peace until the City this past year constructed a
day of the ceremony. new 300,000 gallon water storage
Everybody wants to get in the tank, made needed sewer improve-
act. Their soul desire, of course, ments, purchased a new fire truck
is to help you, for a price, of course and several other smaller items,
and want to have the best for her,
there are experts who will take the
C AMRand want to have-the best for her,
C LOR there are experts who will take the
0 entire problem off your hands.
They will take care of everything
and all you will have to do is pay
T- ALNthe bill.
Series FH.522 Or if you like to do your own
*19' tube (overall die g.)
S sq. i9"tuben. pi(overalldia) shopping and make your own ar-
sq p rangements you can deal directly Two full-size
19"* TABLE MODEL with beauticians, apparel makers,
-, ... uiz nnn 20t h i,,. .s tailors, photographers, jewelers, j onv1 li^wnn n.enaull
* INew Vlista' ., UUU-VUIo c iassli
* Ultra-sensitive VHF/UHF tuners
* RCA solid copper circuit reliability
I, ..', ,-. j p i
295 sq. in. picture
BIG BUY IN BIG 25"*
*New Vista 25,000-volt chassis
* Automatic color purifier
*Simplified color-quick tuning
tK! mem!fswwK':w::a mmFa^
1 The EDGEMONT -
*21" t be (overall diam.)
267 sq. in. picture
Glare-proof RCA Hi-Lite Color Tube
New Vista 25,000-volt chassis
Two 6" oval duo-cone speakers
THE MOST TRUSTEE NAME IN ELECTRONICS
St. Joe A
Radio and, TV
228 Reid Ave. Phone 227-4081
hotels, clubs, caterers, printers, en-
gravers, mailing services, bakers,
and a host of other eager beavers
who will contact you constantly by
phone, mail and personal calls.
Any club or hotel will be happy
to take care of the rehearsal din-
ner, the reception after the wed-
ding and, of course, the cocktail
party, and boy what the cocktail
party can do to you.
Davidson tells of one father who
upon receiving the liquor bill for
a reception, where he was charged
by the bottle, got out pencil and
paper and checked the liquid re-
freshments served against the
guest list. He found that everyone
at the reception would have had
to have 20 drinks including 12
children who were under 10 years
of age, but who is gonig to hag-
gle with a club manager at a time
like this. He paid the bill but is
still wondering how all those peo-
ple including the children were
able to carry their liquor so well.
Some consultants offer their ex-
pert services for a nominal fee and
then knock down a fat commis-
sion from caterers for everything
supplied. Twenty per cent from the
florist, 10 per cent from the or
chestra leader, 19 per cent from
the photographer, 20 per cent from
the hotel or country club and so
on, all of which adds up to a tidy
sum when papa has to pay the bill.
There is no limit to how much
you can spend and you can have
anything from ice sculptures to a
flock of live doves or love birds.
According to the Department of
Commerce, weddings and their ac-
companying activities are costing
Americans $7.2 billion annually for
the record number of 1.8 million
weddings that will take place this
But read Bill Davidson's article
"Nothing Too Good For my Daugh-
ter," in the Saturday Evening Post.
I Exclusive Filter-Stream* aci
15 NEMA table settings *
Automatic detergent dispen
Movable top rack for easy I
St. Joe Ha
203 REID AVENUE
eating Tuesday e Ad
He said additional capital im-
provements will be made during A r Yu
the coming year in the same man- A re Y u U
ner. These planned improvements I I
include rehabilitating the water HOUSE FOR SALE: 115 Bellamy FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedroom FOR SALE: 4,000 btu new air con-
treatment plant, addition of new Circle, $14,000. $500.00 down. house located on the corner of ditioner at cost. 1 only 7,300 btu
treatment plant, addition of new Payments $93.04 per month. Pick 16th Street and Garrison Ave. For air conditioner, new, at cost. GAY'S
water treatment filter treatment up keys at 107 Bellamy Circle. S. information concerning the house TIRE and APPLIANCES.
beds, purchase of a second police E. Morris, Panama City, phone call 229-2611. tfc OR SALE: 5 ton GE commercial
patrol car, paying the alleys on 763-3769. FOR REAL ESTATE SALES and air conditioner. For information
both sides of Reid Avenue, pur- HOUSE FOR SALE: 2109 Long RENTALS contact Elizabeth W. cal 229-3611. tfc-428
chase of waterfront property. These Avenue, $14,000.00. $600.00 Thompson, associate. Mexico Beach FOR SALE: 25,000 BTU gas space
projects will total an expenditure down, $89.50 per month. Pick up Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98, 19th heaters including wall vent and
of about $100,000.00. keys at 107 Bellamy Circle. S. E. St. Phone 648-4545. E. Tom Prid- stacks, $30.00 each. One 3-0x6-8x
Morris, phone Panama City 763- geon, broker. tfc3-31 I%" jalousie door including .hard-
3769. tfe-7-21 ware, $20.00. Plastic venetian
MUNICIPAL ELECTION HOW LONG have you been mar- FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished blinds, $1.00 each. All in good con-
MUNICed? Have you started buying a house, in town. Also 2 bedroom edition. Gulf Sands Motel. tfc-9-1
Notice is hereby given that the home? If not, why not? Several cottage at Beach. Apply at Smith's
Run-Off Election for City Commis- houses for sale. 1, 2 and 3 bed- Phby RCA oarmacy. COLOR TELEVISION
sioner, in Group Two (2) will be rooms, two furnished. To parties by19" 21" 25"
held at the City Hall Fire Station who have a good job, will sell you FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished Ava1able for immediate delivery
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida property on long terms, easy down apartment at 510 8th Street. Call ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.
on Tuesday, September 27, 1966. payment. No closing cost. W. C. J Arnold at 648-4800. tfc-8-18 Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave
The Polls will open at 7:00 o'- Forehand, 223 Third Street, High- Jean Arnold at 648-4800. tfc-8-18 Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave
clock A.M. and will close at 7:00 land View. tfc-9-1 bedroom air condi- CARPET CLEANING: You always
o'clock P.M. Eastern Standard FOR RENT: 1 bedroom air condi- know when it's SERVICEMAS
Time. FOR SALE: Three bedroom house tioned furnished aPartment. TERow PnaaCitySERJaEMsKi
Absentee Ballots must be filed in White City. Also 28 foot boat Available September_ 1. Call 227- gore, P. Box 4615. Call 763-7415,
with the Supervisor of the Election for $275.00. Call 229-3709. 4tp-9-1 4261 days, 648-4600 evenings. Panama City, collect. 4tp-f-25
of the City of Port St Joe not later FOR SALE: 2 lots On State Road, FOR RENT: Furnished apartment FOR PIANO REPAIRS and tuning
than 5:00 p.m. on. September 250 feet from Hiway 71, 115'| at 1506 Long Avenue. Call 227- work guaranteed. Also rental of
1966. front and 200' long. Phone 785- 5426. tfc-9-15 beach cottages. Call P. E. Forrester
C. W. BROCK 2t 6831, Panama City. 8tp-8-25 furnished 2 small at 648-4231. tf-6-9
City Auditorand Clerk FO SAEN Ic r FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 smallatfc-6-9
City Auditor and Clerk FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom home 2 bedroom houses. Phone 227- GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
on corner lot in nice neighbor- 8536. after 5 p.m. tfc-9-15 altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
hood, wall to wall carpet in living Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
room, den and hall. Two carports FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished itrade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
and utility rooms. Pay part of Iapartment, upstairs. 52212 Third see Rd Cart t. Joe Beac
equity and take up existing loan. St. Call 227-8642. tfc-9-15 see Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
SPhone 227-8021, 301 15th Street, Furnished apartment JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
after 5:00 p.m. FOR RENT: Furnished apartment ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
Sat 702 16th Street. Call 227-7636 made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
FOR SALE: Wimico Lodge and after 4:00 p.m. tfc-9-15 ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
Trailer Park. Six nice furnished
apartments, 9 trailer spaces. In FOR RENT: One and two bedroom anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
White City. Will take house in on attractively furnished a p art- Phene 229-2272. tfc
trade. Contact B. C. Prince, Wimico ments. Cool in summer, warm in MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
Lodge, White City, phone St. Joe wint-.r. Gas heat, window fans. man is as near as your telephone.
229-2410 or Wewahitchka, Fla., Rt. They must be seen to be apprec- Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR.
rmy S^ 1. tfc-4-28 iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK- ANCE AGENCY, across from the
^ ^ ^ 1 -ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi- Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
'1 FOR SALE: Concrete block struc- co Lodge Apartments and Trailer 'sce Moving. Free Estimates.
ture, 2 bedroom house. High, Park, White City. tfc-2-24
dry lot. Well established shrub- WANTED: 3 bedroom home with SEPTIC TANKS pimped out. Call
bery. Phone 227-4611. WANTED: 3 bedroomand city watmer. with Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
S FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete rent for six months with option to INCOME SPARE TIME
block home on Westcott Circle. buy. Phone 648-4292. Excellent spare time business
Reasonable. Call 227-7481. FOR SALE: 1 complete set of golf opp mo ney frotu Noselling. RType coand
FOR SALE: Corner lot on U.S. 98 clubs and bag. Used very little, operated dispensers in this area.
Highland View, directly across Like new. Phone 229-2201. tfc-9-15 Must have car, references, $550 to
from Florida's newest and largest
state park on St. Joe Peninsula, FOR SALE: 26" boys bicycle. Good $1850 cash. Ten hours weekly canr
State park on St. Joe Peninsula, condition. ^ C ll 229-186. tfe-9-15 net excellent income. More time
facing Bay. Store building with 5 condition. Call 229-1486. tf-9-15can result in more money. For per
Sodel SPP-65 bedroom apartment. Newly paneled FOR SALE: 1963 (10x55) New Moon sonal interview write, Gulf Asso-
tion washes, rinses and dries walls and built-in kitchen, upstairs. trailer. 2 bedroom and separate ciates Distributing Company, 3953
Easy-to-use dial control Also 2 car ar garage with 2 bedroom dining room, large living room with Beechwood Boulevard, Pittsburgh,
ser Self-cleaning filter apartment in rear. Buildings nee all new furniture. Complete with Pa. 15217. Include phone number.
loading. *Tmk. paint on outside but are solid, no 21" TV, stereo, radio, combination PERSONAL: Darling, please come
rot or termites. Total price, $7,500. and also washing machine.SmallP
Small equity and assume payments equity and take over payments. home. I promise not to trump
of $75.00 month. Call 229-5441. 2tc See at Ward Ridge Trailer Park. your ace again. I've signed up for
lq the Jayceette bridge lessons.
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom house Call Mr. McKee at 229-1498 for the Jaceette bridge
^ at St. Joe Beach, 2 blocks off Hi- more information 2t-9-15
way 98. Carport, built-in kitchen FOR SALE: Pekingnese puppies. WANTED: Waitress. Good pay,
and two large lots. Deep well. Price AKC registered, $35.00. Phone ingoodwokin ond s.aApply
reasonable. Call 648-3231 after 5:00 229-5441. tfc-9-1 ]n person at Jake's Restaurant.
p.m. Richard Swetzer. tf-9-15FOR SALE: 1961 Ford Falcon Eco- WANTED: A good reliable person
FOR SALE: Beach place located.at noline. New paint. Good condi- to supply customers with Raw-
I Beacon Hill. 2 bedroom mobile tion. 900.00. Call 229-3611. tfc-5-26 leigh Products in Gulf County or
Automatic home, permanent site, screened Port St. Joe. Write Rawleigh FHL-
AutomatiC porch, 12x18 storage shed, garage, FOR SALE: 1964 Thunderbird Lan- 100-127, Memphis, Tenn. 5t-8-25
SUPER WASH cycle I deep well with pump, situated on dau. Travis Jones, 1206 Palm P.AM.-Regular convocation on St.
two 50x100 lots, fenced. $6,500. Blvd. tfec-8-18 p Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
gives an extra scrubbing Price includes 14' plywood boat Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
gves an extra scrubbing with 22hp.Mercury motor and FOR SALE: 1961- Valiant, radio, 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
to extra-dirty things trailer. Phone 648-4515. ltp heater, good tires, good condi- companions welcome.
Stion. $425.00. Call 229-2776 or 227-THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
FOR RENT: 2 and 3 bedroom hou- 3161. EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
fo g Oases at Beacon Hill. Call Bill Carr
yfouJRsat 227-8111. tfc-9-8 FOR SALE: 1961 Four door Comet WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
station wagon. Radio and heater. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 2 $500.00. Phone 229-1701. tfc-9-1 irig second and fourth Tuesday
0 bedroom apartment. All electric nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
0 de kitchen. Close to town. Call 229- FOR SALE: 1959 4-wheel drive Uni- Home.
e u4171. t versal Jeep. Metal top and heat-
ih ep er. Good condition. $650.00. Call THERE WILL BE a regular com.
-0 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, 227-5261. tfc-9-1 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
1 bedroom, Austin Motel. next No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
Shard working SUPER WASH. e door to laundry, Mexico Beach. FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet 4-door, and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
EAR-PERMANENT PRESS gar- Utilities furnished. Phone 648-4781. 6 cylinder, stand shift, good mill
;raps lint, then automatically 9-8-tfc car. Good running condition. Ph.
elections 5 wash-rinse water FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish- 227-3796. tc
ldispenserforfabricsofteners I ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea- FOR SALE: Used electric and gas
sonable monthly rates. Call 227- ranges, freezer. Gay's Goodyear H.L. BURGE, Secretary
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7 and Appliances. RALPH SWATTS, SR., W.M.
rdware 7Co. 1 Buy Se//ll Trade -+ Lease