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THIRTIETH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966 NUMBER 8
Museum Is Open Again After Being
Closed for Addition and Remodeling
Revenue Certificates Sold At 5.59% Interest
Offer Made On Land
Constitution Convention His-
'torie Memorial at Port .St. Joe,
the site where the first of Flor-
ida's five constitutions was writ-
ten in 1838, was re-opened Fri-
day, October -28, after being
closed six months for extensive
repairs, remodeling and expan-
This announcement was made
f last Thursday by the Florida
Board of Parks.
State Parks Director Bill Mil-
ler said the museum has been
enlarged to allow more space
for exhibits and to include a vis-
itor's lounge featuring a scenic
view of the constitution monu-
ment adjacent to the building.
The exhibits are prepared by
the Florida State Museum in
Gainesville, and now offer In-
dian displays in addition to a
more orderly arrangement of
Miller said the ,exhibits have
been laid out to display all as-
pects of the area's history, in-
'cluding a replica of Florida's
first steam railroad and relics
of Port St. Joe when it was the
thriving city of St. Joseph. '
The focal point of the mu-
seum is a diorama, of the sign-
ers of the constitution that con-
verted the Florida Territory into
a state in the Federal Union.
The museum will be open
from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Tues-
days through Saturdays, from
1:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Sun-
days, and will be closed on Mon-
Girl Scout Fund Drive Workers
Pictured above are the chairmen of the var- tion Comn
ious committees for the Girl Scout Council Fund These
Raising Drive in Port St. Joe. From left to right ders, pare
are: Prospects Chairman, Carl Guilford; Arrange- ing for y
ments Chairman, Bob Faliski; Solicitation Co. the Girl S
Chairman, Bob Freeman; Special Gifts Chairman, This drive
J. B. Griffith; Report Chairman, Bill Altstaetter; askrthat y
and Publicity Chairman, Bill Fleming. Not pic- Port St. J
tured is Wesley Rrace, Co-Chairman of Solicita-
nM.ltm nl A r .J L Am^"
roilng rPaces Are
Voters In Tuesday's
Last Rites Held for
Aaron Jackson Payne
Aaron Jackson Payne, age 85,
passed away at 9:15 a.m., Thurs-
day, October 27 at the Municipal
Hospital following a lengthy ill-
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Matilda Payne of Highland
View; three daughters, Mrs. Ruby
Whitaker of Bonifay, Mrs. Gladys
Knight, Fort Worth, Texas and
Mrs. Mae Creamer of' Highland
View; 11 grandchildren and 11
Funeral services were held Sat-
urday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from
the Church of God in Highland
View. Services were conducted by
Rev. Robert Cary, assisted by Rev.
Joe Taylor. Burial was in the fam-
ily plot of Holly Hill Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Quincy
Hand, Grady Keels, Johnnie Griggs,
Paul Davidson, Lloyd Goff -and
Honorary pallbearers were Den-
nis Stafford, Hubert Mathews, W.
B. Holland, W. C. Miles, Carl Good-
son, Claude Ferrell, Jack Sheffield,
Clinton Cox, W. H. Weeks and
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Rifle. Club 'Issues
Warning To Hunters
The Gulf Rifle Club asks hunt-
ers to stay clear of the rifle
range on Highway 71 near Port'
St. Joe when the red glafs are
These flags warn that firings
are in progress on the range.
STieu Tor Area
s General Election
-Voters in Port St. Joe and Gulf
County will go to the polls Tues-
day with the rest of the state 'to
select a governor,' several cabinet
officers and decide on constitu-
tional amendments on a ballot as
large as a tablecloth.
Voters in the Port St. Joe area
will .go to the following places to
cast their votes:
Precinct Number 6, White City
-vote at the Community Build-
Precinct Number 5, Highland
View and the Beaches-vote at the
Cox Building in Highland View.
Precinct Number 7, St. Joe Lum-
ber Company-vote in the Mosqui-
to Control building.
Precinct Number 8, Port St. ,Joe
-vote at the City Hall fire station.
Precinct Number 9, Port St. Joe
-vote at the Stac.House.
Precinct Number 10, Port St.
Joe- vote at the Boy Scout
Precinct Number 11, Port St. Joe
-vote at the Centennial Building.
The polls will be open from 7:00
a.m. until 7:00 pnm.
Gideon's Auxiliary Will
Present Bibles to 'Nurses
Miss Minerva McLane, adminis-
trator of the Municipal Hospital
said this week that the area Gi-
deon Auxiliary will have a short
presentation service at the hospi-
tal Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m.
The Auxiliary members will pre-
sent the nursing staff at the hos-
pital with Gideon Bibles.
The Gideons place Bibles in pub-
lic institutions, hotels and motels
as well as presenting testaments
to school children all over the na-
tion. The Gideons placed Bibles in
the hospital rooms in 1955.
e, along with the Girl Scouts, Group Lea-
nts and others of this area will be ask-
our support and contributions to help
scouts and Brownie Troops of this area.
e will begin November 14. The workers
ou help to develop Girl Scouting in the
oe area ,with your contributions.
No News Yet ...
They say, "no news is good'
news" .. but principal Alien
Scott and the Gulf County School
Board still want to know the de-
cision of the Southern Board of
Accreditation of Schools and
Colleges as to the accreditation
of Port St. Joe High School.,
The Association met to consid-
er Port St. Joe's status nearly
two weeks ago, but word has
not yet been received as to their
The Gulf County School has
made a formal written offer for
35.3 acres of land on the Niles
Road, according to Superintendent
R. Marion Craig. The offer was,
$30,000 for the 35.3 acres was made
last week end -to, the St. Joseph
Land and Development Company,
owners of the property,
The School Board received three
separate independent appraisals of
the property. Thursday afternoon
of last week at a special meeting
of the Board. After receiving the
three appraisals, the Board decid-
ed to offer an average of the three
appraisals for the property.
The offer was approximately
$1,000.00 per acre with some allow
ance made for about five acres of
the plot, which lies in a low area.
The property in question lies
South of Niles Road and borders
the drain ditch near the Radio
Station WJOE transmission station
as an East boundary and runs
along Niles Road toward Oak
Grove. This would make property
available for construction of a
new Port St. Joe High School that
would be accessible to the existing
The Board plans to build a new
school complex to accommodate
1,200 students including cafeteria,
gymnasium and auditorium. The
new school will house students
now attending Port St. Joe High
School a n d Washington High
School. The present high schools.
will be renovated into elementary
schools to replace run-down build-
ings now being used for elemen-
tary class rooms.
To finance the proposed high
school construction, renovation of
present buildings for elementary
schools, and construction of a new
high school in Wewahitchka, the
School Board sold $2.5 million in
revenue certificates at the same
meeting Thursday to John Nuveen
Co., and Goodbody and Co., and
Associates of New York City.
The revenue certificates will
bear an interest rate of 5.59%. The
certificates will be repayable over
a 30 year period and will be repaid
by the first $230,000 of Gulf Coun-
ty's share of the race track funds.
Permission to use these funds for
financing the school building pro-
gram was given by the last session
of the Legislature after being in-
troduced by Representative Ben
C. Williams and Senator. George
(Continued On Page 10)
'Miss Elizabeth Youngblood is shown above
being crowned "Homecoming Queen" at half-
time of the football game Friday night. Placing.
the crown on the "Queen's" head is. Mike Wes-
ton, president of the Student Council. With Miss
Youngblood is her escort, Allen Humphrey. In
the foreground are little Miss Jan Leavins, flower
girl and Rick Taylor, crown bearer. -Star photo
Festival This Saturday
The annual Apalachicola Seafood
Festival will be held in Apalachi-
cola Saturday, beginning at 10:30
a.m. with a giant parade in down-
The festivities will begin im-
mediately following the parade
with an official welcome by Ma-
yor James Daly. Congressman Don
Fuqua will act as the master of
ceremonies. Following the welcome
Billy Goza, Director of the Florida places in Apalachicola will be pro-
Historical Society will give the vided for the entertainment of the
only speech of the day. visiting guests. The historic tour
There will be no political will include visits to Gorrie Mu-
speaking at the festival, but can- seum, Trinity Episcopal Church,
didate Claude Kirk will arrive at the Apalachicola docks, seafood
the festival at 11:45 and stay un- processing plants, and St..George
til 2:00 p.m. Scott Kelly has ten- Island. The tours will feature bus
tively set a visit to the festival rides from point to point.
to represent Mayor Robert King At 7:30 p.m. a giant 'fireworks
High. display will be presented in Bat-
Beginning at 12:45, a free sea- tery Park. The Grand Festival Ball
food dinner will be served to all will begin at 9:00 in Fort Coombs
visitors. Armory in Apalachicola. Dancing
At 2:30 a parade of boats, a spe- will continue until 1:00 a.m. with
,cial children's show by Charlie music by the Charlie Page Quintet.
Mack, world famous circus clown, Admission to the ball will be $5.00
a crab race and visit of historic per couple.
Lions Turkey Shoot Dennis Dawson
Saturday At 10 A.M. & ^ ,I .
The Port St. Joe
sponsor a turkey
in the baseball par
Lions president, M
Shooting will beg
and will continue t
as long as particip
try for the free bir
will be furnished a
may use their own
will be provided.
An extra added a
turkey shoot is a f
of a new automatic
Proceeds from th
will be used in the I
gram of providing
tions and glasses fo
parks Wuit oast
Lions Club wills
shoot Saturday Debating Team
rk, according to
errill Sherrill. Sparked by Dennis Dawson, who
*in at 10:00 a.m. scored 106 points in six different
through the day matches, the Gulf Coast Junior
?ants appear to College Debating Team chalked up
ds. Ammunition a 4-8 record last week end at the
and participants annual Dixie Debate Tournament
gun or a gun at Mercer University in Macon, Ga.
The University of Alabama cap-
ttraction of the tured top spot among 29 colleges
free door prize and universities competing in the
shotgun, novice division, while Emory Uni-
ie turkey shoot versity and the University of Ken-
Lions Club pro- tucky copped second and third
eye examina- spo.
)r needy school Florida State University, Emory
and Alabama ranked in the top
three spots of the varsity division.
Play The Gulf Coast debaters beat
tonight Spring Hill, Alabama College, Au-
burn University, and Wofford Col-
The Port St. Joe eighth grade lege, but lost to St. Johns' River,
football team will play the Wewa- Emory, the University of Georgia,
hitchka seventh and eighth grad- Mississippi College, ,Valdosta State,
ers in football tonight at 6:30 p.m. Florida State, and twice to Miami-
in the high school stadium. (Continued On Page 10)
"Queen" Elizabeth Receives Her Crown
Driver's Education Class Receives New Car
Port St. Joe High School's Driver Education St. Joe Motor Company is shown presenting the
class received a new 1967 Ford sedan for use in keys to the new Ford to Driver Education in-
its classes this week. The new car replaced a structor, James Gunter. Driver's Education stu-
1966 Ford which the class used last year. dents looking on are Marie Wood, Muriel Ev-
In the photo above, Otis Pyle, manager of the erton and Wayne Martin. -Star photo
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PAGE TWO iES TA.R,P rorr a.. Joe iiu a .Ti. oui ., N. L .,u......
Let's DO Look At The Qualifications
Reasons given for voting for Mr. High in the news-
papers and by those we have conversation with, can be
almost unanimously narrowed down to two "I'm going
to vote for him because he is a Democrat and I'm a Demo-
crat" or "He has more experience".
And those same persons have wholeheartedly cussed
.the mess the nation is in.. .. with a Democratic leadership
presumably carrying out the Democratic philosophy (al-
though not mine and not that of a lot of other Democrats).
The State of Florida has had its Governors during the last
three administrations at Jeast, end their terms as the most
unpopular of men Democrats all ... apparently car-
rying out the Democratic philosophy. And by the way,
with the exception of Governor Burns, Mr. High is endorsed
by every "unpopular" Governor since 1950.
We do not deem the label "Democrat" beside Mr. High's
name on the ballot as enough reason for us to cast our
vote for him. We. just can't see it. The reasoning isn't
When our children go against our wishes, we are not
.above whipping them. When the Democratic party 'goes
back on what we believe to be Democratic principals, we
- will not hesitate to let them know and the most ef-
fective means is to vote against the so-called standard
bearer. We cannot go for the Bobby Kennedy brand or
the Lyndon Johrison brand of Democratic leadership. And
Mr. High espouses this type of leadership.
Mr. High's supporters point with pride to his long
term as Mayor of Miami. And, we admit, if we were Mr.,
High, we would be proud of this record' also. He has a
right to be. But does this qualify him to be Governor?
It seems to me we have just had the past two years of
experience with a former long-term Mayor, and apparently
the voters think he didn't pan out. Are we asking for a
repeat performance? If so, why go to all the trouble to
change other than just to change the keeper of the
Mr. Kirk points to Mr. High's City of Miami and of
the incidence of crime in that city labeled as one of
the most ,crime-infested cities in the South. Mr. High
counters this charge by stating that his office' is mostly
ceremonial, with-borough, leaders who are responsible for
the actual administration of the city Then where is
Mr. High getting his experience'?
We don't blame Mr. High for wanting the Governor'
post in this fast growing state-one growing in importance
nationally. It would be an honor for any man. And, we
don't doubt for a minute that Mr. High is a good man. No
doubt he is a prince of a fellow. He would have to be to
have earned his following. But the leadership: of this
state is a business, not a popularity contest. The business
of this state is expansion and fiscal responsibility, not
promises of "pie, in the sky". We think this state needs
a Governor that is a proven leader in the business field ...
a man with a record of business accomplishment, whether:
he be Democrat or Republican. That is why we will cast
our vote, normally Democratic, for Mr. Kirk a Republican.
"Thus Saith The Lord"
By REV. BILL GRAHAM
This week, Lord willing, we will person of the indwelling Spirit to
al with the positive aspect of live the life of Christ through us.
he filling of the Spirit". When the believer is living the
Turn in your Bibles to Galatians Spirit-filled life the Spirit will pro-
.6: "This I say then, walk in the duce a Christ-like character. This
irit, and ye shall not fulfill the character is set forth for us in
it of the flesh". The thought be- God's word.
nd this statement, "Walk in the Galatians '522-23 reveals this to'
irit", in its fullest sense means us as we read: "But the Ifruit of
"keep on walking by means of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, long-
e Spirit". We must realize that suffering, gentleness, goodness,
ing ,a Spirit-filled life requires faith, meekness, temperence (or
e believer to live his life in a self control) against such there is
moment by moment dependence on no law". Also the Spirit will pro-
e Holy Spirit. duce Christ-like conduct, humble,
The promise is given in the fol- compassionate, longguffering, with
wing verses that as we do this a great concern for the need of
s will not fulfil the lust of the others even though they may not
ash. This means the believer is be of His own group. He spoke the
be one who is prayerfully con- truth at all times and was never
lering and seeking God's will for deceitful. He was always in com-
ery moment of every day and plete control of Himself.
t just for Sunday only. We are When a Christian does some-
depend upon the power and thing that is contrary to the will
Organized Mass Disrespect
"Can any thoughtful person reasonably believe that
a disorderly society can survive? In all recorded history,
none ever has. On the contrary, history shows that every
society which became lawless soon succumbed, and that the
first evidences of each society's decay appeared in the toler-
ation of disobedience of its laws and the judgments of its
"These are ancient and universal lessons. Yet, in
recent times, all of us have daily seen and heard an ever-
increasing number of accounts that show, with unmistak-
able'clarity, the rapid spread of a planned course of law-
lessness in our land that threatens seriously to get out of
hand and, hence, to destroy law and order.
"While, of course, all of our crime is not due to any
one cause, it can hardly be denied that a large part of our
current 'rash and rapid spread of lawlessness has derived
from planned and organized mass disrespect for, and de-
fiance of, the law and the courts, induced by the irresponsi-
ble and inflammatory preachments of some self-appointed
leaders of minority groups 'to obey the good laws, but to
violate the bad ones'--which, of course, simply advocates
violation of the laws they do not like, or, in other words, the
taking of the law into their own hands ...
"The remedy is as plain as the threat. It is simply to
insist that" our governments, state and federal, reassume
and discharge their 'first duty' of protecting the people
against lawless invasions upon their persons and property
by the impartial and vigorous enforcement o ur criminal
laws and by the swift, certain, and substantial punishment
thereunder of all' persons whose conduct violates those
laws-and to do so immediately, and hopefully before
planned and organized crime has spread beyond the ca-
pacities of our peace-keeping, machinery to control and
Former Supreme Court Justice
the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.
of God this is sin. The Spirit is
grieved or quenched and the fill-
ing ministry is disrupted. Confes-
sion and correction is necessary
for the filling to once more bea
In I John 1:9 we read: "If we
confess our sins, He is faithful and
just to forgive us our sins, and
to cleanse us from all unrighteous-
ness". Notice the "we" in this
verse. This refers to the writer,
the Apostle John andto the ones
to whom the letter as written (be-
liever). The unsaved are told to
believe on the Lord Jesus Christ
for Salvation; the believer is told
to confess to be restored to fel-
There is only one mediator be-
tween God and man and that is
Christ, (I Timothy 2:5) therefore,
confession is not to be made to
anyone else except God. The word
"confess" has the meaning that we
are to look upon that sin as God
sees it and call it what God calls
it. What do we mean by looking
upon sin as God does? Does God
hate that sin? Does God regret
that sin in your life? Does God
want that sin put from you? The
answer is obvious, "Yes!"
To confess our sins with just
mouthing a few words without any
heart intent is, according to the
scriptures, the mark of a hypo-
crite. Matthew 15:7-9: "Ye hypo-
crites, well did Esias prophesy of
you, saying, this people draweth
nigh unto me with their mouth,
and honoureth me 'with their lips;
but their heart is far from me.
But in vain they do worship 'me,
teaching for doctrines the com-
mandments of men".
Your questions and comments
are welcome. Address your reply
to "Thus Saith the Lord", care of
The Star, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Published Every Thursday at 506 Williamd Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do tot 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.
Charles E. Whittaker in
Rodney L. Herring
Serving On Kearsarge
USS KEARSARGE (FHTNC)-
Fireman Apprentice Rodney L.
Herring, USNR, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis J. Herring of 1212 Long
Avenue, Port St. Joe is serving
aboard the USS Kearsarge (CVS-
33),n anti-submarine warfare sup-
port aircraft carrier serving with
the Seventh Fleet in South East
Asia. The "Mighty Kay", as she is
called, has just completed a visit
to Subic Bay, Republic of the Phil-
ippines, where she spent a five day
rest and recreation period after a
lengthy patrol off the coast of
Commanded by Captain Willard
L. Nyburg, and the flagship for
Rear Admiral Eli T. Reich, Com-
mander of Anti-Submarine War-
fare Group Five, the Kearsarge
has served the fleet for over 20
years. Her homeport is Long
WARREN L. HUBBARD IS
PROMOTED TO CPO
CS1 Warren Lee Hubbard, U.' S.
Coast Guard Loran Station, has
been promoted to the rank of Chief
Hubbard has served at the local
station for a year and a half.
Attend Funeral Services
Mrs. Asa Montgomery and Mr.
and Mrs. Duffy Lewis attended the
funeral services for Mrs. Montgom-
ey's brother, Leslie E. Simmons
who passed away last Thursday
in Jacksonville. Mr. Simmons had
been a frequent visitor to Port St.
Visit In Fort Walton Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Manz and
children visited last week end with
Mrs. Manzs' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Adams in Fort Walton Beach.
READ THE CLASSIFIED
f"4 I 1
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
My friend, Bill Barlow, thought he had me hooked
Saturday. He lured me into his trap and fed me a taste
and said, "Now, didn't you enjoy that?" No, it wasn't
dope or liquor or anything like that but it was just
about as habit forming it was golf!
Saturday morning we went out to the football field
to take a picture of the Key Clubbers painting the rest
rooms at the end of the football field and there was
Bill, whacking away at a bucket-fullof golf balls one
at a time. Bill's effortless swing would loft the ball to
the other end of the football field, and they all fell in a neat
20-foot circle, even though Bill apparently wasn't aiming
Really, we made the first mistake. We asked Bill
how long it took to learn to bunch your shots like that:
Bill was quick to rise to the occasion thinking to
sieze another addict to his game. "Have you ever hit a
golf ball", he asked. "No, I can't say as I have", I said
with my hands firmly clasped behind my back.
"Come on", Bill enticed, "just try to hit one". So
hedging forward, he started to show me how to address
the ball and how to swing the club, to get the most lift and
distance. I was an apt pupil. I hit the first ball for
a distance of 20 feet. Then the second,, the third and the
fourth for-a distance of 20 feet. Bill gave me some
more instruction and, I then hit one the length of the foot-
ball field. He moved in for the kill then.'
"Now you see", he said, "if you go through these
maneuvers and want to hit the ball through the goal posts
at the other end of the field ." and he proceeded to
drive two balls right where he said he would.
"Now you try it", he said. I did and missed, by only
about 20 feet. I laid down the club like it was a hot poker
before I was hooked. I couldn't stand to give in to that
sense of satisfaction, or I, too, would be hooked by the
effective immediately all
deposits insured to $15,000
II 15, 0
The long-familiar $10,000 limit on
Federal Deposit Insurance for deposits
maintained "in the same right and ca-
pacity" has nowbeen increased to $15,-
000. Related bills were passed by Con-
gress and were signed by the President
on October 16th, 1966, and became
This increased $15,000 coverage
has been put into effect automatically
on all savings accounts, certificates of
deposits, and all deposits which are
legally and properly covered by Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation protec-
tion. It will apply to new accounts, and
to additions to present accounts up to
account covered to $15,000, a spouse
may have a similar account also insured
to $15,000, both may have a joint ac-
count insured, to $15,000, either or both
may have accounts as executor or trus-
tee of an estate, and in fact every ac-
count held in a different "right and ca-
pacity" will be insured to the full
As a member of the Federal De-
posit Insurance Corporation, we pay for
this insurance protection, supplement-
ing our sound management policies in
providing protection for your deposited
funds. We are happy to furnish this
safeguard, and this higher amount of
coverage to our depositors.
Thus you may have an individual
Florida First National Bank
MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
WMIBER: Florida National Group of Banks
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966 PAGE THREE
Democrats Will Hold Last Big Rally
i Before Election At Flat Creek, Florida
The State Democratic Commit-
ee has found a place called Flat
Creek, Fla., and plans to have its
Biggest political rally of the cam-
paign there Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
Mayor Robert King High of Mi-
ami, the Democratic nominee for
governor who was born in Flat
Creek, Tenn., will head the list of
candidates scheduled to speak at
High recently had a homecom-
ing at Flat Creek, Tenn., but State
Democratic Chairman Pat Thomas
said "we're determined that the
round-up at Flat Creek will be
many times larger than the Bob
High homecoming at Flat Creek,
Flat Creek, Fla., is located on
State Road 270 about' 11 miles
west of Quincy between Greens-
boro and Chattahoochee in Gads-
deniCounty, home county of Thom-
as and Scott Kelly, High's cam-
. paign manager and first primary
' loser in the governor's race.
Also scheduled to speak at Flat
Creek are Atty. Gen. Earl Fair-
cloth and Treasurer Broward Wil-
liams, the other two state Democra-
tic candidates with opposition.
Flat Creek is not on the Sate
Road Department's official, map
but ,can be found on a map of
Gadsden County. It was reported' at
Democratic headquarters t h a t
"probably a couple of dozen people
live at Flat Creek".
"We are inviting every resident
of the Panhandle to Flat Creek
Thursday afternoon for a lot of
fun, good food and to see and hear
for themselves the truth about the
campaign for governor," Thomas
said, "I can think of no place more
appropriate than Flat Creek, Fla.,
to remind us of Bob High's humble
birth in a southern village nor a
better place for his concern for
the welfare of our state's rural
areas to be demonstrated.
"If you don't know where Flat
Creek is," said Thomas, "ask any-
body in Quincy or Greensboro-
or watch the roads for the dozens
of signs that will be put up point-
ing the way."
'Rollins Stallworth Is
'Promoted to Staff Sergeant
GLASGOW, Mont.-Rollins Stall-
worth, son of Mrs. Mamie Stall-
worth of 10115 Juniper St., Los
Angeles, has been promoted to
staff sergeant in the U. S. Air
Sergeant Stallworth is a vehicle
operator at Glasgow AFB, Mont.
He is a member of the Strategic
Air Command, America's long-
range nuclear bomber and missile
The sergeant is a graduate of
George Washington High School,
Port St. Joe.'
His wife, Helen, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Peters,
Sr., 154 Avenue F, Port St. Joe.
By GILDA GILBERT
The Sharks defeated the Blounts- Hot
town Tigers 27-7 to rap up their The Metho
Homecoming game. This victory is sponsoring
brings the Sharks' record to 4-3 morrow nigh
leaving them with more wins than in the fellow
the Sharks have had in the last odist Churcl
four years. The Sharks will meet each.
Bonifay here tomorrow night at Jr. Shai
8:00 p.m. The Junio
Crowned Queen feated Quin,
Miss Elizabeth Youngblood was Buddy Boye
crowned 1966- 67 Homecoming down pass w
Queen Friday night by Mike Wes- Wayne Bisi
ton, Student Council 'President. made the ex
She was escorted by Allen Humph- defensive plb
rey and wore a yellow suit with This brings
black accessories. Her activities 'NHS
during high school consist of being The Distrii
a member of the annual and Pur- the Nationa:
ple Wave staffs for two years and held at Woo
of being elected as Gym Club Pensacola S
Sweetheart. Master Rick Taylor Linda Rycro:
was crown bearer and little Miss dy Armstron
Jan Leavins was flower girl. attended rep
Wins Float Prize. High School.
The Junior Class won first prize Ma
for their float with -the theme Magazine
"Champs". The FHA received sec- Junior Class
ond prize and the Senior Class re- tis Publishit
ceived third prize, ing with the
Bundle Days ject. They
The Keyettes are sponsoring cent of the
"Bundle Days" which will last from sale of each
November 1 to November 21.. The use'it in fin
purpose of "Bundle Days" is to Junior-Senior
obtain clothing for poor children Win
in the Appalachia Mountain area MVliss McCc
who are unable to attend school home room
.because of the lack of clothing, having the l
People are asked to bring clothing ents present
,to their homerooms where a night. There
space will be' provided for them. ent for her
All donations will be greatly ap- -pu i
,preciated by these needy children. Piotlrp tr
WHAT FORM /.
when you wear an r
OTC abdominal belt
on sale at rE
tures for var
On size. Sti
them at lun
ents who wis
t Dog Supper
6dist Youth Fellowship
g a hot dog supper to-
it after the ball game
'ship hall of the Meth-
i. Plates will be 40c
rks Defeat Quincy
or Varsity Sharks de-
cy last Thursday 7-6.
tt caught the touch-
which was thrown by
hop. John Faircloth
tra point. Outstanding
ayer was Glen Harper.
their record to 3-2.
ct I Fall Conventign of
1 Honor Society was
odham High School in
Saturday, October 29.
ft, Judy Herring, Ran-
ng and Miss Niblack
presenting Port St. Joe
sales sponsored by the
began yesterday. Cur-
ig Company is work-
e juniors on this pro-
receive a certain per
money made on the
subscription and will
dancing the traditional
r Prom and Banquet.
s Cash Award I
1nnell's seventh grade
won a cash award for
largest per cent of par-
at PTA last Thursday
were 11 parents pres-
taken last year are now
educed prices. Anyone
se any amount of pic-
-ious prices depending
udents may purchase
ch in room five. Par-
sh to purchase pictures
Miss Charlotte Mad-
s manager of the an-
Application for, a new NATIONAL BANK to
be located in Port St. Joe has been filed..
The name of the bank will be THE PEOPLES'
NATIONAL BANK.- Pledges for purchasing stock
in the bank are now available when and if charter
The pledges to purchase stock in this new bank
is limited to citizens within the trading area of
Port St. Joe. Pledges to purchase may -be signed
by contacting any of the following.
C. G. COSTIN, Jr.
DR. J. W. HENDRIX
'C. L. COSTIN
H. A. CAMPBELL
r. /ST YOU/, EYES ON THESE...
THE STORE WITH MORE OF THE MERCHANDISE YOU'RE LOOKING FOR!
See These "Turrific" You've never seen so
Values! /SOL much for so little!
Special Sale Group Pre-Thanksgiving
14.88 THEE .$5.88
Val to $25 00. Popular ab- $9
rics, big hit styles and col-
ors! Also Boyles better In Junior, Missy and Half
COATS now on Sale.. See Sizes Some sold up to
them! $25.00 in the group.
It happens only now and
With or without padding
AA thru C cups .28 to 44 \
... Can you beat this?
y l ',REGISTER FOR Here's SAVINGS PLUS in Sale of
Fine Quality Nylon Hose READY MEN'S and BOYS' SOX
ir C COOK Brushed Orion Stretch-6V2 to 8Y2, 9 to 11
pair .88C 4 TO COOKBrush
Dependable long wearing mesh or regular Given Away 'November 5, 12, 19 and 213. 2 pirS 88 C
BOYLES Scores Again in this Gay Heliday
2.88 to 6.88
Amazingly low priced for this sale
Spirit-lifting .. Youthful Colorful
Boyles Exclusive Shoe Dept. for Ladies and' Children
features .. A Special Group of
LOAFERS, OXFORDS, STRAP PUMPS
$2.88 and $3.88
Sizes for Girls and Boys .Sizes up'to 3 .. Some
sold for twice the price. We're headquarters for
Mother Goose and Poll Parrot Shoes for children .
Prices are less at BOYLES!
Opportunity knocks in this
Boyles Made a Scoop on
for Boys and Girls
On Sale at
9 Mos. to 6X. Sizes 7 to 14 start
Men's Dee Cee Never Iron
SHIRTS to match --- $2.88
Brushed denim with
shearling lining, collar.
Sizes 4 up.
Our Finest Selection of
for Men and Boys
Guaranteed quality by Cam-
pus in coat and slip-over
3 prs. 88c
Solid white, stripe tops or
dark assorted colors. All sizes
for men and boys.
You'll pay less at Boyles
Heavy Duty Twill
Khaki, gray, green. Sizes 28 to 42.
Full cut and sanforized.
We Give Thanks With Savings
JUST UNPACKED .
Campus quality Never Iron
Made to sell for $6.00
Boyles price. $4.88
Popular colors in 28 to 38 waist sizes
p` GIRLS' COATS
> $9.88 to
,,' I g Every style new and, specially de-
signed for the growing girl. See
y more and Save more herel
Save One Third on
Children's Cotton Panties
-4 pair 88c
Sizes 1 to 12 Satisfaction guaranteed
Sanforized, full cut
PLAID FLANNEL SHIRTS
On sale at $1.88
Sizes for Men and Boys
Both Collegiate and Conservative models in fall's
newest colors Guaranteed Sewell quality .
Compare and be convinced BOYLES will save
you 25% to 35%1
CAMPUS SUITS for BOYS $16.88
Sizes 8 to 20. SIZES 2 to 7 $6.88 to 8.88.
A Special Clearance Group
Oxfords & Loafers
$4.88 & $6.88
Sizes 6Y2 to 12 in the group .
Genuine leather uppers with long
Choose from the City's
Special Sale Group
Values to $5.99 /
Most ao sizes in this hand selected .
group You'll save happily!
Our Largest and Most Interesting Selection
On Sale At
$2.88 and $3.88
You'll marvel at the attractive styles and amazing
quality .i. Colors for your fall wardrobe.
A Garment Everyone Needs
Special Sale of
For Men and
Solid and iridescent colors. With zip-
out pile linings. Men's sizes thru 46
. Boy's up to 20.
No More When These |
are Gone! I
Men's and Boys Fleece Lined
White or Black
"Thank You Feature"
You'll Turkey Trot for This One!
CORDUROY SLIM PANTS
2 to 6x 88
to 14 2.88
You'd pay 25% more for this quality elsewhere
I I I II I 1)1 I I
Port St. Joe, Florida
2 STORES IN ONE Serving the Entire
Family From Two Big Floors!
STAR P t St Joe Florid 6
PA GE FOUR nm r.... .. .. . .
Alice Dawne Brown, Eugene Thomas Ford Exchange Vows
Alice Dawne Brown, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brown, Ocala,
and Eugene Thomas Ford, son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ford, Port St.
Joe were united in marriage Satur-
day, October 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the
Highlands Baptist Church in Ocala.
Rev. Walter R. Faust officiated at
the impressive ceremony.
A thirteen branch candelabra
was flanked by seven branch can-
delabra entwined with ivy and-
bronze mums. Palms were used
to complete the ceremony setting.
Family pews were marked with
avacado green ribbons and bronze
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a formal gown of
candlelight peau de soie. The fitted
bodice was designed with alencon
lace over illusion, and featured a
bateau neckline. The long sleeves
of alencon lace'over illusion came
to calla points over the hand. The
slim skirt was high-lighted with
lage motifs of alencon lace in a
Her chapel train, adorned with
large lace motifs, was attached
just below the shoulder and cas-
cqded into a full sweep.
The bouffant, finger-tip veil -of
silk illusion was attached to a
crown of cut crystal and seed
pearls. She carried a white orchid,
stephanotis, feathered carnations
and satin ribbons atop a white Bi-
Mrs. Paul Geiger of Sylvester,
Georgia was matron of honor. Mrs.
John Buffington, Mrs. Bill Lusher,
sister of the bride, of Ocala, and
Mrs. Marion Parker of Tallahassee,
were attendants. They wore floor
length gowns of- gold silk chiffon
over peau de soie. The bodice was
designed with a scooped neckline
and large accordian pleated Japa-
nese lantern sleeves. The slight
high rise waist was accented with
a satin band terminating with a
-flat bow in the back with floor
length streamers. Back interest
was created by a full float panel
extending to the floor over the
slim skirt. Their back yeils of gold
illusion were attached to a large
stand-up chou of velvet and peau
de soie highlighted with crystals.
They carried baskets of shaded
The White City Community
Building on October 8 was the
scene of a festive party, honoring
John Henry Smith on his 75th
birthday. All the plans were a well
kept secret from Mr. Smith, mak-
ing the arrival of all his children
an added surprise.
This was the first time in 14
years that Mr. and Mrs. Smith had
their entire family together at one
time. Those present included six
children, 11 grandchildren and one
The table was set with a deli-
cious lunch. The center of attrac-
tion was a huge three-tiered birth-
day cake which was a great sur-
prise to Mr. Smith. He also receiv-
ed many useful gifts to help him
mark this memorable occasion in
MRS. EUGENE THOMAS FORD
and was dressed identically to the suit with brown accessories and
bridesmaids, a corsage of cymbidium orchids.
H. L. Ford served' his son as
best man. Robert Nedley, Harry
Herrington and Marion Parker
were groomsmen and ushers. Joey
Buffington of .Ocala served as ring
For 'her daughter's wedding,
bronze mums and ivy entwined Mrs. Brown chose a gold silk suit
with avacado satin ribbons, with brown accessories. She wore
Miss Shannon Scott of Ocala, 'a corsage of cymbidium orchids.
was flower girl. She carried a bas- Mrs. Ford, mother of the groom,
ket of yellow and bronze petals wore a two piece' kelly green knit
Garden Club to
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet Thursday, November 10,
at 3:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Ralph Nance. A program on unique
table arrangements featuring fruits
and vegetables will be given by
Mrs. Durel Sykes and horticulture
tips will 'be given on winter care
of house plants by Mrs. Henry
Those attending are asked to
bring specimens of chrysanthe-
mums or other fall flowers.
All interested persons are invit-
.ed to attend.
LOUISE SPARKMAN CIRCLE
'WILL MEET MONDAY
The Louise Sparkman Circle of
the Long Avenue Baptist Church
will meet at the church on No-
-vember 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Those who plan to bring children
to the nursery are asked to contact
:Mrs. Joe Fortner or Mrs. John
Mrs. Dean Honored
With Farewell Party
The Exemplar Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi surprised Mrs. Herschel
Dean with a going away party last
Thursday evening in her home,
The chapter presented her with
a lazy susan as a going away gift.
Refreshments for the party were
carried to the Dean home by the
At the reception, which followed
in the church, fellowship hall,
avacado green candles, shaded
bronze mums and. ivy were used
in the color scheme.
For travel Mrs. Ford chose a
white wool suit with navy trim
and the orchid from her bridal bou-
The couple is now at. home at
2005 Long Avenue in Port St. Joe.
MISS MARY CORNELIA MUNN
-Mr. and Mrs. Boyd H. Munn,
Sr., of Port St. Joe, announce the
engagement of their 'daughter,
Mary Cornelia Munn to James
WE HAVE MOVED
TO A NEW LOCATION
TO BETTER SERVE YOU
For the Finest in Shoe Repair and a Complete Line of
MEN'S and BOYS DRESS SHOES
LEATHER and RUBBER BOOTS
LADIES KNEE BOOTS RUBBER OVERSHOES
COMPLETE LINE OF CANVAS SHOES
RUCKMAN SHOE SHOP
222 Reid Avenue Next to Thames Jewelry
Albert Parrott, II, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lauren B. Parrott of
The bride-elect was graduated
from Port St. Joe High School,
and attended the University of
Southern Mississippi, where she
pledged Pi Beta Phi Sorority.
She is presently employed by the
Office of the Comptroller of the
State of Florida in Tallahassee.
Mr. Parrott was graduated
from The Darlington School and
received his BS degree from
Florida State University, where
he was a member of the Kappa
Alpha Order. He is associated
with the Standard Supply Com-
pany of Fitzgerald, Georgia.'
They will be married January
21 in St. Johns Episcopal Church
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAFF
John H. Smith Honored On His 75th
Birthday By White City Residents
Sons and daughters and their
families present were Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Smith and Gerald of Port
St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith,
Jesse, Jr., and Fred of Miami; Mr.
and Mrs. Al Sciadine, Libby, John
and Cindy of Hialeah; Sgt. and
Mrs. Harold Pitzl, Wanda and Don-
nie of Tyndall AFB; CPO and Mrs.
J. F. Childs, Rusty and Lynn; Miss
Polly Smith, all of Charleston, S.
C.; Mrs. Don Hadden and Jeffrey
Out of town friends were Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy McCalvin, Loraine,
Michael, Lorrie of Weawhitchka;
Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Beaty of Pan-
ama City; Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Maul-
den of Valparaiso; Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kelly, Ronnie and Tammy of
- Say You Saw It In The Star -
With Robert King High's reckless character assassination of Governor Haydon
Burns still ringing in our ears, the Miami Mayor's campaign literature and
billboards now make it clear that he intends to wage the same old unfounded
smear and innuendo campaign against Claude Kirk.
In its editorial on Wednesday, June 22, 1966, the Miami Herald, the Mayor's
own city newspaper commented on High's conduct in the Primary run-off
campaign: "The issue was integrity. By extension this made out Governor Burns
as a crook. Men who are called crooks by other men (High) on unsupported
evidence or by innuendo have a right to be aggrieved."
Integrity? Does the Miami Mayor really know what the word means? The record
indicates that he does not.
ON HIS ATTITUDE TOWARD BUSINESS...
(From the August 25 Miami Herald)
HIGH: "Outside of my political foes no Floridian of any consequence has ever
charged or suggested or intimated that I am anti-business."
FACT: In a letter to prominent Florida labor leaders dated April 21, 1964,
over his own signature Mr. High stated: "My unequivocal stand against big
interest groups who would enslave the workers of this state with their tyranny
has resulted in a scarcity of money in my campaign." HIS IS INTEGRITY?
THIS IS INTEGRITY?
HIGH: "I am not, and never have been, an ultra-liberal." -
FACT: Edward F. Stephenson, president of the Dade County AFL-CIO, said:
"High is ultra-liberal and therefore best able to represent labor's views in
Tallahassee." He is financially supported by Walter Reuther, David Dubinsky,
the Hod Carriers Union and the Machinists Council. High is endorsed by the
controversial Adam Clayton Powell and the Washington administration.
THIS IS INTEGRITY?
ON POLITICAL PROMISES...
HIGH: "I will depend on the people of this state to support me for I will not
make commitments I cannot believe in merely for the sake of being elected."
FACT: The September 13, 1966 issue of the Orlando Sentinel states Mr. High
promised Representative James H. Pruitt and the people of Brevard, County
multi-million dollar' road projects in exchange for their political support.
THIS IS INTEGRITY?
HIGH: "I talked to U. S. Education Commissioner, Harold Howe, in Washington
about getting a federal loan of $1.3 million for student housing at Florida Tech.'
FACT: Howe denied that he had ever been contacted by High, or that he even
knewTHIS IS INTEGRITY?
MORE ON MIS-REPRESENTATION...
HIGH: When asked why he would not publicly debate Claude Kirk on Miami
Press Conference, Television Station WLBW, on September 18, Mr. High stated:
"I accepted Mr. Kirk's challenge to debate in Orlando but he refused to appear."
FACT: There was no challenge or no arrangement to debate in Orlando or any-
where else. Mr. Kirk's invitation to Mr. High to debate the issues still stands,
THIS IS INTEGRITY
HIGH: "The removal of certain sales tax exemptions will not Impose any burden
or hardship on our citizens."
FACT: High favors a 3% sales tax ($200,000,000 annually) on ... Gasoline.
That only hurts people who drive cars. Seed, feed, fertilizer, commercial fish-
ing ships, nets, boats and motors. That only hurts the farmers and commercial 7-
fishermen. Electricity and telephone services. That only hurts the people who
use them. Dry cleaning and laundry. That only hurts every household.
THIS IS INTEGRITY?
COME NOW, MR. HIGH, YOU WOULD DO WELL TO
GET ON WITH THE REAL ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN
Democrat or Republican you can For Rides to the Polls Call
VOTE FOR THE MAN WITH A PLAN 227-2872
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Skipper of
Highland View announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Betty
Jean, to Dennis Morgan Bradley,
son of Ernest Bradley, also of
Highland View and Mrs. Selma
Shoemaker of Port Nathes, Tex-
The wedding will be an event
of Saturday, November 12 at 4:00
p.m. at the home of the bride's
parents. No invitations are being
sent. All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to attend.
THE S AR,, Port: Sft. Joe, Floridaw THURSDAYY, OCTOBER 27, T966, PAGE FIVE
Winners Named In Gulf Rifle Club Marksmanship Contest
Make Social Security Worker Show
His Credentials Says Manager Carey
"if someone comes to your door
and says he is from the Social Se-
eurity or medicare office, ask to
see his credentials," John V. Ca--
:rey, District Manager in Panama
;City, advised senior citizens in
this area today.
Carey said that there have been'
instances around the country in
which confidence men have used
medicare as a pretense for getting
money from Social Security and'
medicare beneficiaries. There have
been one, or two reports of such
incidents in this area, Carey said.
In issuing his. reminder, Carey
said he did not wish to alarm local
elderly people but just to' put them
on notice so that they would' not be
Any Social Security representa-
tive will readily show you his iden-
tification and will not mind' at all
if you want to double check by
International Paper Makes Purchase of
Large Tract of Land; Someln Gulf County
MOBILE-The purchase of' ap- manufacture of high-grade pulps.
proximately 50,000 acres of hard- This transaction, which was com-
.sti...a t. T_ -1-- -qf-1- -AT-,7' t.
WINNERS of the Gulf Rifle Club's first tourna- Jack Myers, Randy McClain, Guerry Melton and
ment are pictured above. Shown from left to team captain, Joel Strait.
right are Bobby Faliski, George McLawhon, Sr., -Photo by Fite
CARD OF THANKS'
We wish to thank each of you,
our friends and neighbors for your
calls, visits, cards, food, prayers
and floral, remembrance during
the illness and death of our loved
one. Especially 'do we thank Rev.
Robert Carey and Rev. Joe Taylor
for their consoling words of com-
fort, also Dr. Joe Hendrix and the
hospital staff for their many acts
The family of
AARON J. PAYNE
Mr. and Mrs. William Leroy
Dunigan,' Sr., of Port St. Joe an-
nounce the birth of a son, Gary
Wayne on October 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen Walding,
1305 Woodward Ave., announce
the birth of a son, James Ray, Oc-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harmon
Griffin, Jr., 1505B Monument Ave-
nue, announce the birth of a son,
Christopher Keith, October 23.
Join In Emphasis
On R. A. Week
Members of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church will 'join thousands
of other Baptist churches through-
out the Southern Baptist Conven-
tion, November 6-12, in observance
of Royal Ambassador- Week.
During this special week the
church spotlight will be turned on
boys 9 through 17 who participate
in this missionary education pro-
Leading Royal Ambassadors at
Long Avenue Baptist as counselors
are Ralph -Walton, Gary Manz,
Bill Laird and Cecil Harrison. J.
0. Lucas is the chairman of the
Royal Ambassador Committee.
About 25 boys are enrolled in
two Royal Ambassador chapters at
the Long Avenue church. There
are approximately 235,000 boys in
Royal Ambassadors in the Southern
Pastor of the Long
Church is J. C. Odum.
COLOR ME BLOOD RED"
IN BLOOD COLOR
--- MESSY HORROR SHOW ---
NOT FOR THOSE WITH WEAK HEARTS
"ROAD TO FORT ALAMO"
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
NOVEMBER 4, 5 and 6
No. 1 Drive In Theater
BIG SEAFOOD FESTIVAL ALL DAY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 APALACHICOLA
ALL RESIDENCES ARE REQUIRED TO PRO-
VIDE 30 GALLON COVERED GARBAGE CON-
TAINEIRS AND PLACE IN EASILY ACCESS-
ABLE LOCATIONS IN ORDER TO FACILITATE
GARBAGE PICK-UP. ALL GARBAGE CON-
TAINERS MUST BE PROVIDED WITH FIRM
FITTING LIDS. THE USE OF 55 GALLON
DRUM RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE CONTAINERS
SHOULD BE DISCONTINUED IMMEDIATELY.
C. W. Brock
City Auditor and Clerk
City Officials Attend
Six of Port St. Joe's city officials
attended the annual meeting of
the Florida League of Municipali-
ties in Clearwater last week.
Attending the meeting were Ma-
yor-Commissioner Frank P at e;
Commissioners, Robert L. Holland,
Tom S. Coldewey and I. C. Nedley.
City Clerk Charles Brock and Po-
lice Chief H. W. Griffin attended
the meeting also.
The annual convention is design-
ed to serve as a workshop for the
several different departments of
Eastern Star Will
Fete State President
Gulf Chapter 191, Order of the
Eastern Star will honor Mrs. Onie
Mae Stephens, Worthy Grand Mat-
ron, Grand Chapter of the State of
Florida, November 8 at 6:00 p.m.
with a banquet at the First Metho-
All Eastern Stars are cordially
invited. Reservations for the ban-
quet must be made by November
4. Those desiring to attend are
advised to call 229-2579 or 227-
8346 to make reservations.
A meeting will follow at the Ma-
sonic'Hall at 7:30 p.m.
Visit in Bradenton
I. C. Nedley recently visited his
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Brown in Bradenton.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, November 7
Pig in blanket, white acre peas,
cabbage slaw, spiced beets, prunes,
cookies, white bread and milk.
Tuesday, November 8
Sloppy joe on buns, green but-
ter beans, celery sticks, apple up-
side-down ginger bread, and milk.
Wednesday, November 9
Oven fried steak, buttered rice,
English peas, lettuce and tomato
salad, oatmeal cookies, bread and
Thursday, November 10
Meat loaf, mashed potatoes, car-
rot and raisin salad, peaches, white
bread and milk.
Friday, November 11
Fish sticks, buttered grit s,
French fries, mustard greens, Jell-
o, hush puppies and milk.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe will meet at
8:00 o'clock P.M. on the 8th day of
November, 1966, to hear objec-
tions, written or oral, of all inter-
ested persons to the confirmation
of the Resolution providing for the
installation of a sanitary sewer col-
lection system in the area of the
City bounded as follows: From 20th
Street to 19th Street along Palm
Blvd. and running East and West
along '19th Street between Monu-
ment Avenue and Long Avenue to
furnish City Sewer Service to Lots
1 thru 4, Block 70, and Lots 2 thru
7. Block 71, and the assessment of
the cost against the abutting pro-
perty. Plans, specifications and es-
timates of cost are on file in the
office of the City Clerk and are
open to the inspection of the pub-
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: C. W. BROCK
wood timberland irom jGulf Lum-
ber Company, Mobile, Alabama,, by
International Paper Company was'
announced this week by officials
of both firms. The acreage is bot-
tomland located adjacent to the
Florida and Apalachicola Rivers
in Liberty, Gulf and Franklin
International Paper Company
officials stated that in recent years
the Company's Panama City, mill
had been utilizing increasing
quantities of hardwoods in the
pieeu Mivonuay, will aiu in assuring
the mill of a continuing source of
hardwood pulpwood. According to
the new owners, the land will be
intensively managed to produce
,sawlogs as well as pulpwood.
International P a p e r officials
pointed out that management of
the newly acquired lands will fol-
low the Company's policy of mul-
tiple use now being practiced on
its lands in Florida. In addition to
timber harvests this includes wild-
life management and recreation.
calling the Social Security office,
on the' telephone.
An alert woman, in' California
was responsible for the capture of
three burglary suspects. Three men
posing as medicare investigators
left her home when she asked to
see their identification. She called
the police and they picked up the
men who had used medicare as an
excuse to enter several homes and
steal, articles of value.
rn another case, in Colorado,
men posing as Social Security rep-
resentatives promised higher bene-
fits if elderly persons would sign
a piece of paper. These people dis-
covered later that they had beer
tricked into' signing away rights-
to money in their personal savings
It is a Federal offense, Carey
pointed out, to impersonate a Gov-
ernment employee. Further penal-
ties are applicable if some other
crime, such as theft, is also involv-
ed. He advised older people to
protect themselves against fraud
by checking carefully on the iden-
tity of 'visitors not known to them.
"Ask for identification if some-
one comes to your house and says
W3 DICelebrating With
3 Days of Fantastic Savings!
I I Car~
he, is-, a Social Security representa-
tive," Carey emphasized. "If you
have reason to doubt his identity,
call the Social Security office to
see if'they sent him out to see you.
And remember, a Social Security
employee will never ask you to
give him money to have something
The Social Security office for
this area. is; located at 1135 Harri-
son Ave., Panama City, Florida
32401. The telephone number is
763-5331.. The' office is open Mon-
day through Thursday from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Friday
front 8:30 a.m_ to 8:30 p.m.
"Midget Investments With
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966
PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Shark quarterback Ricky Lovett (No. 10) and fullback Larr
Branch (No. 62) stop the Tiger fullback in the typical tackling fash
ion that the Sharks have used to good advantage all season.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
W. G. KNIGHT,
-NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of W.
G. Knight, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which- they may
have against said. estate in the of-
fice of the County' Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand
must be in writing and must state
the place of residence and post of-
fice address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or it
will become void according to law.
BEULAH VIRGINIA KNIGHT
Administratrix of the Estate
of W. G. Knight, deceased.
SILAS R. STONE,
321 Reid Avenue 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
First publication: October 27, 1966.
Midget Investments That Yield
hes wearing cm
OTC Back Support
Thrift Shop Donors
Listed for Month
Anyone having clothing., or other
merchandise to donate for sale at
the Thrift Shop are asked to call
Mrs. Williston Chason 227-7586,
Mrs. Robert Freeman, Jr., 227-
3062 or Mrs. Robert Faliski, 229-
1486 for pick up of items or take
them by the Thrift Shop any Thurs-
day morning between the hours
of 9 and 11 a.m.
Workers for Saturday, November
*8 are: Mrs. S. R. Stone, Mrs. Nor-
man Allemore and Mrs. Dave May.
The Thrift Shop committee
wishes to thank the following con-
tributors for their contributions
during, September and October.
Keels Market, Mrs. R. E. King,
Mrs. J. W. Hendrix, Mrs. Leonard
Belin, Mrs. Ivey Cooper, Mrs. Fran-
cis Kirkland, Mrs. A. P. Gilbert,
Mrs. R. E. Bellows, Jr., Mrs. Tom
Parker, Mrs. 'B. H. Presnell, Mrs.
Ken Cox,- Mrs.' Tom Coldewey,
Miss Clara Pate, Mrs. Jimmy Var-
Mrs. Gus Creech, Mrs. Guerry
Melton, Mrs. J. H. 'Chason, Mrs.
James Bray, Mrs. Paul Fensom,
Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. Fred Sut-
ton, Mrs. J. R. Smith, Mrs. Bob
Faliski, Mrs. Grady Player, Miss
Alma Baggett, Mrs. A. J. Owens,
Mrs. Bill Altstaetter, Mrs. Bobby
Huckeba, Mrs. Clyde Fite, Mrs.
Frank Hannon, Mrs. Richard Por-
ter, Mrs. John Rich, Mrs. H. C.
Jones, Mrs. B. H. Harper, Ameri-,
can Legion Auxiliary.
SMrs. George Anchors, Miss Ger-
trude Boyer, Mrs. Dillon Smith,
Costin's Department Store, Carp's,
Econo-Wash, Mrs. Grady Player,
Mrs.' Joe Hendrix, Mrs. James
Guilford, Mrs. M. H. Blackburn.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAFF
The Beginning of 21 Years of Service
to Gulf County "October 1,1966
DURING THIS PERIOD OF YEARS WE HAVE ENLARGED
OUR FLEET OF FUNERAL CARS TO MEET THE NEEDS,
AND IN SO DOING HAVE ACQUIRED THE MOST MODERN
AND UP-TO-DATE FLEET IN THIS AREA.
SERVICE WITH HUMILITY IS ANOTHER OF OUR PROUD
HOWEVER, IN THE FUTURE, AS IN THE PAST, WE WILL
MAINTAIN OUR MINIMUM CASKET AND SERVICE
PRICED AT $225.00.
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR THE CONFI-
DENCE PLACED IN US THROUGHOUT THE YEARS AND
FEEL THAT WE HAVE KEPT THE FAITH.
W. P. COMFORTER
"Super-Right" Short Shank Smoked FULLY COOKED Shank Portion
HA MS pound 49c
Allgood Sugar Cured Sliced
BACON 2 1b. pkg. $1.09
"Super-Right" Ektra Lean Freshly GROUND
BEE F 3 Ib. pkg. $1.29
"Super-Right" Heavy Westen Beef Full Cut CHUCK
STEAK pound 59c
A&P BRAND FRESH CHILLED FLORIDA ORANGE "THE REAL THING" SECOND BIG WEEK!
EIE 12 g lbtI 5c A&P FRUIT and VEGETABLE
S U I C 2gal t. 59c GREEN BEANS Mix or Match
JANE PARKER DELICIOUS BLACKBERRY
1 LB., 8 OZ.
ALL VARIETIES CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN
OUR OWN-25 EXTRA TEA BAGS FREE-Pay for 100 at Reg. Price ... Get 125
TEA BAGS pkg. 99c
P- u -,a0 --'m-0itdls
FRESH CRISP RED SWEET JUICY ANJOU
APPLES lb. 19c PEARS .- 2 lbs. 29c
CRISP CALIF. PASCAL
CELERY --stalk 19c
GARDEN FRESH GREEN
Prices in this ad are good through Saturday, November 5
LARGE FIRM RIPE
AVACADOS ea. 29c
Cut Grn Beans 7
TOMATOES Mix or Match 'em
G'fruit Sections 9
Fr'stone Peaches 1 Lb. c
Cling Peaches 5 ,, Cans 99
A&P Sour Red 1 LB. CANS
PITTED CHERRIES -----3 cans $1.00
.EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE!
JANE PARKER Reg. or Sandwich Sliced
Quantity Rights Reserved
Clip These Coupons to Help You Win
$1,000.00 WINNER -B RL
0 **** *** ** ** Game Game
YOU TOO CAN BE A WINNER!! PLAY A&P's Gt B1H
EXCITING NEW GAME
- I I i III -- I I -- --- ---~L I 1 sB I
"Super-Right" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
BONELESS lb. 68c
Quantity Rights Reserved
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966 PAGE SEVEN
RICH'S IGA AT PORT ST,
Copeland Pure Pork Hot or Mild
Smoke Link SAUSAGE. Ib.
HERMAN MEAT SPECIALS
"TABLE READY" 6 OZ. PKGS.
OLIVE and LIVER LOAF
CHOPPED HAM 99c
WIE NERS 1
Herman Cooked HAM 4
HERMAN ALL MEAT SLICED
1 Lb. BOLOGNA
10 CUBED STEAKS Cc
SLAB BACON SPECIAL!
SLICED SLICED and
BA C 0 N CENTER CUT ----- lb. 59c
WHOLE SLAB --.-- lb. 49c
5 FIRST CUT
lb. 59C SLAB -Ib. 39c
ECONOMY MEAT SPECIALS
HOG MAW -- 3 lbs.
PIG LIVER ------3 lbs.
HAM HOCK 3 Ibs. c
Smoke Sausage -- 3 Ibs.
Meaty Neck Bone 3 lbs.
RED HOTS -------- 3 lbs.
PIG. EARS ----- 3 lbs.
GA. TENDER TRIM CHIC
Whole Fryers FRYER
Quarter THIGH t
Split FRYER .
With $10.00 Order BACKS --- 3 Ibs. 49c
PORK LOIN SPECIALS
CENTER WHOLE 'Loin & LOIN
CHOPS Family 'Pack CHOPS
ib.69c lb. 59c ib.79c
Copeland Smoked Whole
FIRST CUT STEAK-O-LEAN
SLICED PICNICS lb. 43c
BOTTLE 59 C
KRAFT APPLE or GRAPE
SHOP AT RICH'S IGA AND SAVE CASH!! 1
What Do Housewives All Over the Nation Say They Want? They Want To
Save Money On Grocery Purchases. You Can Do Just That At Rich's Because
1. We Have No High Rent for You to Pay For!
2. We Have No High Priced Stamps For You to Pay For!
3. We Hae No Ridiculous Games for You to Pay For!
SHOP RICH'S AND COMPARE FOR YOURSELF
We Are Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons g
SHOP AND COMPARE ... WE SPECIALIZE IN
+ FRESH PRODUCE a*.
JUICY TANGERINES "MIX OR MATCH"
RED, RIPE APPLES
FRESH ORANGES F 3 bas
FRESH GA. RE]
POLE BEANS lb. 19c POTL
FRESH SWEET TANGERINES
D NO. 1 SWEET
ATOES -Ib. 10c
DEL MONTE NO. 1/2 CANS
PEAC C H ES ----------- 3 cans 89c
DEL MONTE NO. 303 CANS
CUT GREEN BEANS 2---- 2
CAKE MIX --------------3 pkgs.
KRAFT MARSHMALLOWS 10 oz. pkg.
SHOWBOAT NO. 2% CANS
PORK and BEANS ------- ----5 cans 88c
MORTON 11 OZ.
TV DINNERS ------------2 bottles 89c
IGA 6 OZ. CANS
GRAPE JUICE--- 4 ------ 4cans59c
IGA 1 LB. PKGS.
OCEAN PERCH ------------2 pkgs.
FERRIS JUICY ORANGES dozen 29c
FRESH FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 3 for 27c
FRESH, SWEET SATSUMAS
GA. SWEET POTATOES
FERRIS SWEET ORANGES ---- peck
FRESH YELLOW SQUASH
FRESH TENDER OKRA ---------bag 29C
EXTRA LARGE BUNCHES
TURNIPS COLLARDS, and MUSTARDS bunch 29c
CARROTS and RADISHES-2 cello bags 25c
SAVE On These items. With $10.00 Purchase
Ga. Grade 'A' Lge-With $10.00 Order
1 Doz.EGGS. .FREE
Pal-With $10.00 Order-No. 10 Jar
Cooking OL ---99c
Robin Hood-With $10.00 Order
FLOUR 5 lb. bag 49c
U.S. No. 1 Irish-With $10.00 Order
POTATOES 10 lb. 29c
OYSTERS -- pt. 79c
Ga. Tender Trim Chic-With $10.00 Order
FRYERS ----lb. 19c
BOTTLE 2 9c
POTATOES-----------2 lb. pkg.
ALL BRANDS SNUFF -----------can 10c
OYSTER GLOVES ----- 3 pair $1.00
ANTI-FREEZE ------------ gallon $1.69
GR T S -----------------box 10c
KRAFT SLICED AMERICAN or
PIMENTO CHEESE ---12 oz. pkg
PILLSBURY OR BALLARD
B IS C U ITS --------- 4 cans 33c
CREAM CHEESE ---- 8 Oz. Pkg.
(3c off) ---- b. pkg. 29c
ORANGE JUICE ----- quart btl.
SHOP RICH'S IGA WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR EXTRA SAVINGS THESE SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 7:30
BEEF-- 4 Ibs. $1.00
CHUCK 3 Ibs. $1.79
STEW BEEF -- b. 59c
BACKBONE -----3 Ibs. 99c
Southern Prize and Copeland Ranger
BACON ---------lb. 49c
Swift Gold Crest
TURKEYS-------- b. 39c
Tablerite Choice SIRLOIN and
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
TANGERINES ea. 2c
BUTTER BEANS ---- 4 bags $1.00
GRAPEFRUIT -----------each 7c
BEANS --- Ilb. 5c bu. $1.50
IRISH With $10.00 Order or More
POTATOES 10 lbs. 29c
Ga. Tender Trim Chic-With $10 Order
FRYERS lb. 19c
For Those Who Think Young
PEPSI COLAS btl. 5c
POT PIES -- each 15c
Giant Size Box
COLD POWER ---------box 59c
BEANS lb. 7c
Completely Home Owned and Operated by E. J. Rich
These Specials Good
Wednesday, November 2
thru November 5
I P A I D Permit No. 30
U. S. POSTAGE
Sec. 34.66 P.L&R. BOX HOLDER
Port St. Joe, Fla. RURAL ROUTE
.HE STAR, Port-V.. Joe, Fla.
Here Are Some of The S, .Ia
Early WinnersN, J/'Iu EiXC.,IT RDiiCIIO ip gg *fl ** II
Willie H. Collins
Norman J. Parker
Mrs. Cora Lowery
Mrs. Leold Holcombe
Gene T. Lowe
Mrs. John Cline
Willie J. Thames
to $1,000.00 t
Mrs. Ida Maloy
Mrs. W. E. Sullivan
" Mrs. H. Youpgblood
Ida Bell Capps
Mrs. Cary Floore
Mrs. F. Gaston
Edith Mae Clark
Ann L. "arts-
SAVE ALL GAME CARDS!
You may win with them during a
Fresh First Cut PORK
Chops lb. 39c
Frosty Morn-12 Oz. Pkgs.
FRANKS 3 pkgs. 99c
Neck Bones lb. 10c
Fresh Pork SPARE
RIBS lb. 39c
Yellow Rose V4 Lb. Sticks
Oleo 2 for 29c
Limit 2 with $7.00 Order
Preserves jar 49c
Limit I With $7.00 Order
DOLE'S LOW CALORIE
' U CANS
LIMIT One Can With $7.00 or More Purchase
HERE'S HOW TO PLAY
Pick up free game card on each visit to Piggly Wiggly, no purchase necessary. Wipe red areas at
bottom of card to reveal horse's name and card value. To win, match the horse's name on your card
with the identical name when it appears in the "Race Results" published in our weekly newspaper
ads. When you make a match, take it to store for verification & prize award. Issuing store reserves
right to determine authenticity of cards submitted & to require complete adherence to all rules
printed on reverse side of game cards. More new horses' names will be added to the "Race Results"
appearing in our weekly newspaper ads-so save all game cards. You may win with them during a
Piggly Wiggly Blue Ribbon Beef -WEEKNUMBER
Is Choice Quality, Grain Fed, Mature Beef H 3
USDA GOOD HEAVY BEEF GOVERNMENT INSPECTED
YELLOW ROSE 3 LB. CAN
LIMIT One Can With $7.00 or More Purchase
PLYMOUTH 32 OZ. JAR
LIMIT One Jar With $7.00 or More Purchase
IVORY LIQUID (PLASTIC BOTTLE) GIANT SIZE
LIMIT 1 Package With $7.00 Order or More
BIG SCOOP Half G. Carton Limit 1 With $7.00 Order
.YELLOW ROSE PLAIN or SELF RISING
Enjoy The Quality-Consciousness of Yellow Rose
FRESH -:- FRESH PRODUCE
FRESH EXTRA LARGE BUNCH
1 Ibs. 99c
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
WHOLE CUT UP
LB. C B.- 29
Ga. Grade "A"
NOVEMBER 2, 3, 4 and 5
Quantity Rights -Reserved
3 doz. 99c
5 lb. bag 39c
Limit 1 With $7.00 Order
Limit 1 With $7.00 Order
onnmland's RanLn-r RBrnan dSliced ifmit 2 lhb. with $71.00 Orde'~r
BA 79c BACON
U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
POTATOES-- -- 39c
FINE FROZEN FOODS -
MR. "G" FROZEN CRINKLE CUT
18 OZ. PKG. FROZEN
Turnip Greens 2 for 49c
No. 5 jug 49c
A 73c Value! Oral Antiseptic-7 Oz. Btl.
LISTERINE ----7 oz. 48c
Ballard and Pillsbury, 8 Oz. Cans
BISCUITS __4 pak ctn. 29c
Hunt's Sliced or Halved-No. 2/2 Cans
PEACHES --- 3 cans 89c
T-Bone STEAK lb. 89c
RIB EYE STEAK
50 S&H GREEN STAMPS WITH ANY BEEF ROAST
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966 PAGE NINE
Port St. Joe Civic Clubs Hear An
Interesting Program On Antarctic
. Last Thursday at noon, all three
of Port St. Joe's civic clubs, the Ro-
tary, Kiwanis and Lions met at the
Port St. Jop High School auditor-
ium to hear a very interesting pro-
gram by a member of the U. S.
Antarctic expedition participating
ia the geophysical year program.
Comander Dick Le Croix, who
was a member of the U. S. antarc-
tic research team for four years
told of some of the findings in
the South Pole region and showed
films of the. continent.
Commander Le Croix said that
the temperatures in the continent
ranged from a minus 22 degrees in
the summer to a minus 124.2 de-
grees in the winter. The continent
differs from the Arctic region in
that it is a .land mass where the
Arctic region is a floating ice cap.
Also the Antarctic has no indigen-
ous animals where the Arctic has
several forms of animal life that
inhabit and live off the area. The
Antarctic has no vegetable life and
no bacteria other than that taken
there by man. The only illness suf-
fered by the expeditionary force
was during the transition of the
seasons. During the winter months,
it was too cold for bacteria to sur-
' The Antarctic has practically no
precipitation and the humidity is
Commander Le Croix said that
one of the most interesting exper-
iments was the stationing of a
group of men in the continent dur-
ing the winter, which is seven
months of darkness. The eternal
darkness does strange things to
normal men, making them iritable,
edgy and nervous. But as soon as
the light appeared in the summer,
they were back to their normal self
Water is non-existent on the
continent and must be obtained
by melting snow. The fuel oil to
melt the snow must be shipped to
the area from New Zealand and
makes water cost in the neighbor-'
hood 'of $6.00 per gallon. This, of
course, curtailed bathing and, shav-
ing to a minimum.
After the program presentation
the club members enjoyed a din-
ner in. the new High School cafe-
Guests from Colorado
Col. and Mrs. E. W. Goude, Colo-
rado Springs,' Colo., were recent
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. An-
Mrs. Freeman Hostess
To Exemplar Chapter
The Exemplar Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs.
Robert Freeman Tuesday night.
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Mrs. Dolores Cox.
The members repeated the opening
All members have been very
busy finishing up their Christmas
card orders. The members were
asked to turn in all orders and
money by Friday of this week.
The chapter voted to send
Christmas gifts to the mental hos-
pital in Chattahoochee.
Mrs. Virginia Cannon was in
charge of the cultural program.
She gave a very interesting talk
on "Good Lives".
Refreshments were served by
the hostesses, June Gay and Greta
In the adjacent
picture are the
winners in the de-
corated bike con-
test in connection
with the annual
Carnival last Sat-
urday. From left
to right are Jo
Hobbs, first place
winner and Daryll
and Cindy Flan-
ders, tied for sec-
ond. place win-
ners. The winners
received cash pri-
Garrison Avenue Next to St. Joe Ice Company
OYSTER BAR NOW OPEN IN OUR STORE
Come By and Enjoy A Dozen or Two Right off the Half Shell. Delicious!
-..... .' M DUNCAN HINES
T-BONE, or SIRLOIN
Armour's Star Sliced Free
SLAB BACON lb. 69c
U. S. Choice Beef
CHUCK ROAST Ib. 49c
Seafood Fresh Daily
Red and White Roe
We Are Taking Orders Now for Your
EAT BETTER WITH KEEL'S BETTER MEATS
IN OUR MARKET FOR THE
BEST MEATS IN PORT ST. JOE!
3 for, 99c
Pork & Beans
STOKELY'S CREAM STYLE
CANS 3 C
2 NO. 303
Costume contest winners in the PTA Hallowe'en Carnival last
Saturday are shown above. From left to right are: Martha Griffith,
first place winner as "Mary Poppins"; Ray Lawrence, third place
winner as a scarecrow and Mike Morelock, second place winner as
"the green monster from outer space"
Gulf County Men's League
By Robert Montgomery
Monday night saw each winning
team take all four points from
their opponents. Jr. Food Store
took over first place again. Here's
how it happened.
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Vitro Vil-
lians take four from Vitro Laun-
chers. Larry Townsend kept up
the tempo for the villians with his,'
507 series. Gary Manz remained
top man for the launchers as he
rolled a 477.-
On lanes 3 and 4 St. Joe Lanes
had a downhill slide as they took
a four point forfeit from Sunshine
Grocery. Congratulations go to
Red Todd, a new bowler for St.
Joe Lanes as he showed a 500
series and a 226 game.
On lanes 5 and 6 Glidden was at
it again as they rolled over Cooper
Chevrolet, taking 'all four points.
Joe Davis really was hopping as
he went way up with a 582 series
to capture honors for Glidden. Tal
Preston added a 513 for Glidden.
Cooper Motor had Waring Mur-
dock top man this week with his
515 series and 203 game.
I hate to mention what happened
on lanes 7 and 8, but Jr. Food
Store romped on 13 Mile Oyster
Co. Incidentally Jr. Food Store is
the only team that has beaten 13
Mile all four games, but they have
done it twice. Tony Barbee was
high man for Jr. Food with a 517.
Julian Morris added a 505. For 13
Mile it was Jim Beaman and Buddy
Ward each rolling 442. Robert
Montgomery picked up a 7-6-10
Standings W L
Jr. Food Store ---21 11
Cooper Motor --------20 12
13 Mile Oyster Co. 19%, 12%
Glidden Co. 18 14
Vitro Villians ---------15 13
Vitro Launchers ------141 17%
St. Joe Lanes ---------11 17
Sunshine Grocery ------5 27
Midget Investments with
/ Giant Returnsi
"COLOR ME BLOOD RED"
IN BLOOD COLOR
--- MESSY HORROR SHOW --
NOT FOR THOSE WITH WEAK HEARTS
"ROAD TO FORT ALAMO"
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
NOVEMBER 4, 5 and 6
No. 1 Drive In Theater
BIG SEAFOOD FESTIVAL ALL DAY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 APALACHICOLA
Swift's Premium U. S. Choice
Fully Cooked Swift's-Whole Hor Half
Pints, Gals., Bag
VISIT HOZIE OWENS
THE STAR, Fort bt. Joe, F-la.
PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FlIorda THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966
Plenty of Willing Hands
Members of the K'ey Club at Port St. Joe
High School painted the rest rooms at'the foot-
ball stadium Saturday as a project. The club
has also painted all of the bleachers in the sta-
dium. In the picture above, left to right are
Wayne Pate, Clark Downs, H. E. Ulman, sponsor,
Knapp Smith, Ricky Lovett, the hind side of Don-
aId Capps, Jim Fensom, Tommy Atchison, Fred
Anderson and Joe Hendrix.
Glidden Opens Region
Office In Port St. Joe
R. P. T. Young, vice president of
the Glidden Company, announced
this week the opening of the West-
ern Florida Regional Office, Or-
* ganic Chemicals Division, at 303
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe. R. B.
Fox, Division Manager of Public
Works, will make his headquarters
at this new address.
The purpose of this move is to
emphasize the work Mr. Fox is
i carrying out for both branches of
the Division in the areas of air
and water effluent problems, wa-
ter transportation and civic affairs.
Location at either of the factory
sites would have tended to restrict
the broad scope of his activities.
GOLDEN AGERS WILL MEET
MONDAY AT STAC HOUSE
The Golden Agers will meet
next Monday night at 7:00 p.m.
at the Stac House where they will
leave in a group for the Gulf Sands
Restaurant for supper.
All members are urged to be
Guests of Nedleys
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nedley had as
their visitors recently, Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Nall and Mrs. Danny
Strickland and baby of Jackson-
(Continued From Page 1)
The only other bid for the pur-
chase of the revenue certificates
was from Huff and Co., for 5.73%
Superintendent Craig said that
plans to begin construction were
moving along as fast as possible.
He said that as soon as the land
is purchased, concrete steps will
be taken to get the construction
under way as soon as possible.
(Continued From Page 1)
Dade Junior College.
Dawson was followed in individ-
ual scoring for Gulf Coast by
Wayne Witgenstein with 100 points
Bill Anderson with 89 and Ronnie
Atchison, also of Port St. Joe, with
The GCJC debaters will meet En-
terprise Junior College at 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Audio-Visual
Room of the College Library in a
debating meet open to students.
and the community. The debaters-
will journey to Montevalle, Ala.,
Nov. 11-12, for their next tourna--
National debate topic this year
is "Resolved: That the United
States Should Substantially Reduce.
Its Foreign Policy Commitments".
Glidden 'Back On Line'
After Repair Shutdown
, The Glidden Company's Tall Oil
plant in Port St. Joe recently com-
pleted its annual maintenance
shut-down, and has returned to full
production. As a continuous-flow
operation facility, the Tall Oil
Plant must plan at least one shut-
down each year in order to carry
out an inspection and maintenance
review of all plant equipment-
particularly the fractional-distilla-
tion towers of over 140 feet height
that constitute the "heart" of the
tall oil process flow. Deliberate
planning ahead to conduct a main-
tenance shut-down in Glidden's
Port St. Joe plant is a necessity,
as the shutting down of the plant
takes over 48 hours, with another
48 hours required to start the
plant up and reach full flow again.
With at least a week needed to
carry out maintenance reviews,
the plant's production capacity of
many thousands of tons of tall oil
products annually is affected by
extended delays; careful planning
ahead, plus rapid execution of
maintenance review by all of the
plant's staff, is therefore a signifi-
cant part of the tall oil produc-
tion's annual operations.
Crude tall oil raw materials for
the Glidden Port St. Joe plant is a
by-product of kraft paper mills,
and well over half of the crude
feed material for the Glidden
plant comes from the St. Joe Paper
Company mill in Port St. Joe.
Glidden's plant was built in 1955,
and operates today in considerable
excess of designed capacity-a cre-
dit to the knowledge and skill of
the plant staff, most of whom have
been employed at the "plant since
Tall oil was discovered by Nor-
wegian chemists shortly after
World War H, and processing of
this pine tree derivative has grown
to a major industry today. The
Glidden Company's tall oil proces-"
sing plant produces tall oil rosins
and fatty acids, plus distilled tall
oil blends. A product line of ten
different tall oil derivatives, made
by Glidden in its Gulf coast plant,
is sent to industrial customers
throughout the United States and
to industries in over 20 countries
Every part of the tall oil plant is monitored and/or controlled
from this central control room. An operator is shown above mak-
ing a check of one of the many control gauges.
e' N Cla
HOUSE FOR SALE: 115 Bellamy
Circle, $14,000. $500.00 down.
Payments $93.04 per month. Pick
up keys at 107 Bellamy Circle. S.
E. Morris, Panama City, phone
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom home
on corner lot in nice neighbor-
hood, wall to wall carpet in living
room, den and hail. 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.
i FOR SALE: Used electric and gas
ranges, freezer. Gay's Goodyear
FOR SALE: 1959 4-wheel drive Uni-
versal Jeep. Metal top and heat-
er. Good condition. $650.00. Call
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: 3 bedroom concrete
block home on Westcott Circle.
Reasonable. Call 227-7481.
FOR SALE: Honeyville grocery
store and home. 4 miles South of
Wewahitchka on Port St. Joe Hi-
way. Phone 639-2692. 4tp-10-20
FOR SALE: Dwelling at 219 7th
Street. Contact Citizens Federal
Savings and Loan Association at
FOR SALE: 435 pound set of exer-
ciser weights and accessories.
$160.00 value. Make-me an offer.
Best offer takes it. Phone 229-
FOR SALE: 4,000 btu new air con-
ditioner at cost: 1 only 7,300 btu
air conditioner, new, at cost. GAY'S
TFRE and APPLIANCES.
FOR SALE: 1958 Austin Healy
SSprite, will bargain. Electran re-
circulating heater, fits in wall. 17
tfo'jt Magnolia fiberglass boat with
50 hp. Johnson electric, skis, etc.,
full Coast Guard equipment. Carl
Guilford, 227-2511 or 227-4221.
FOR SALE: 17' fibreglass Aristo-
Craft boat with 80 hp motor and
Weko trailer. Contact R. F. Max-
well at the AP. tfc-10-27
FOR SALE: Black thoroughbred
female Chihuahua puppy. 6
\ weeks old. $20.00 each. Phone 229-
FOR SALE: 1962 Ford Fairlane.
Call 227-8828. 2tp-ll-3
FOR SALE: Mahan pecans. New
crop. See A. H. Matthews, Phone
FOR SALE: Almost new Hotpoint
automatic dryer. Good deal. Ph.
FOR SALE: 6 gas heaters, 25,000
BTU with all fittings. Complete.
$25.00 each. Gulf Sands Court, St.
Joe Beach. 11-3
ssified Ads --
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
at 1506 Long Avenue. Phone 227-
FOR RENT: 2 and 3 bedroom hou-
ses at Beacon Hill. Call Bill Carr
at 227-8111. tfc-9-8
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, upstairs. 522 Third
St. Call 227-8642. tfc-9-15
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house, in town. Also 2 bedroom
cottage at Beach. Apply at Smith's
FOR RENT or SALE: 2 unit fur-
nished house, large 2 bedroom
units. Nice residential area. Con-
venient to schools. Call 227-4261
or 648-4600. tfc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment at 510 8th Street. Call
Jean Arnold at 648-4800. tfc-8-18
FOR REAL ESTATE SALES and
RENTALS contact Elizabeth W.
Thompson, associate. Mexico Beach
Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98, 19th
St. Phone 648-4545. E. Tom Prid-
geon, broker. tfc3-31
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
1 bedroom, Austin Motel. next
door to laundry, Mexico Beach.
Utilities furnished. Phone 648-4781.
FOR RENT: Large house at St. Joe
Beach. 3 bedroom, living room,
2 glass enclosed porches, heated
by gas and two fireplaces. Avail-
able Nov. 7. Families with children
and pets welcome. Call 227-4611,
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea-
son'able monthly rates. Call 227-
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7
On A New
OK USED CAR
Jim Cooper Motor Co.
Used Car Dept.
Mon. Ave. Phone 227-7976
FOR RENT: One bed room and
private bath, living room and COLOR ME BLOOD RED .also
TV privilege. 528 corner of Sixth ROAD TO FORT ALAMO. Fri-
Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp day, Saturday and Sunday. NO. 1
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- DRIVE-IN THEATRE, Apalachicola
ment. Couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave. Phone 227-7641 or 227-
Tall oil (pine derivative) fractionating columns must be clean-
ed and repaired once a year for optimum operation. The towers,
pictured above, are the heart of the refining process.
Buy -- Sell
NEED WORK: White woman. Store
work preferred but would settle
for house work of most any kind.
Or, I will care for children in my
home or in your home, day or
night. If interested, please call
WANTED: To keep children in:
my home for working mothers.
RADIO, TV REPAIR. For fast and
efficient service call Heath Ra-
dio and TV, 205 Duval St., Port St.
Joe. Phone 227-5019. All work
by RCA or PHILCO
19" 21" 25"
,-.anable for immediate delivery
ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.
Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave,
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A-
diet Talbets. ONLY 98c at Camp-
PART TIME HELP WANTED: Cler-
ical and typing. Shorthand not.
needed. St. Joe Auto Parts, 311
Williams Ave., 227-2141.
HELP WANTED: Person for pro-
fitable Rawleigh business in
Gulf County or Port St. Joe. Pro-
ducts sold here over 40 years.
Good living at start. Write Raw-
leigh FLJ-100-101, Memphis, Tenn.
SERVICE and SALES-Your auth-
orized Kirby dealer of West Flor-
ida. Sales and service. 302 Third'
St., phone 227-3841. Parts and bags.
for all makes and models of vac-
PIANO REPAIRS and TUNING:
Work guaranteed. Call or write.
P. E. orrester, Rt. 3, Box 123, Port
St. Joe or call 648-4231. tfc-13
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.
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,
Phene 229-2272. tfc
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, across from the
Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
tance Moving. Free Estimates.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ng second and fourth Tuesday
eights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
FHERE WILL BE a.regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
nd third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
RALPH SWATTS, SR., W.M.
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTIETH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966 NUMBER 8
Band Leads Big Homecoming Parade Down Reid Avenue Friday
Port St. Joe's
High School band
leads the big an-
parade up Reid
Avenue last Fri-
The parade con-
tained a number
of floats made by
classes and organ-
izations at the
school and fea-
tured the Home-
coming Queen can-
didates riding in
Sharks Swamp Blountstown 21 to 6
In Homecoming Game Friday Night
The Port St. Joe Sharks rode the passing arms of Jerry Nichols and Ricky Lovett
to a 21-6 Homecoming.victory last Friday night over the Blountstown Tigers. The Tigers
used the same type of attack against the Sharks with quarterback..Yon tossing 39 passes,
mostly to end Ed Holley.
Both teams used the passing
game to about the same extent as
the college and professional teams
with the Sharks filling the air with
21 passes, mostly in the second
The Sharks started strong with
to near scores in the first quarter,
but their drives were stopped
within, smelling distance of the
At one time in the first period,
end Tommy Atchison, snared a
Lovett pass on the five, but the
Tigers set the Sharks back to the
eight where they lost the ball on
After losing the ball, Blounts-
town's Yon fumbled,the ball on the,
second play where he was tackled
in the end zone by half of the
Shark squad for a safety and two
The Sharks first touchdown came
shortly after the safety when At-
chison again snarred a pass' on the
.four yard line, good for 39 yards
and Branch barged over for the
The Sharks threatened again ear-
ly in the third quarter with Branch
recovering a Tiger fumble on their
22 yard line. The,Tiger's end, Hol-
ley, got the ball right back on an
interception and they set out for
the long march to the goal line
with short passes from Yon to Hol-
ley. The hand ended with the
score standing at 6-8.
The third quarter belonged to
the Tigers, as the Sharks were
unable to move the ball. Every
Shark drive was stalled by a Tiger
interception. The Tigers would
then march the length of the field
only to be stalled short of a score.
Then the Sharks would take up the
Late in the last period, the
Sharks generated some spark and
found themselves in good field po-
sition -after recovering one of the
Tiger's four fumbles. Branch took
the hand-off and rambled from the
39 to 12 for his longest run of the
night. A pass from Nichols to At-
chison, standing in the, end zone,
spelled "touchdown" for t h e
Sharks, and with Knapp Smith's
kicking the extra point; took a 15-6
Near the game's end, Shark re-
serve quarterback Thomas O'Brian
connected with a long pass to Jer-
ry Nichols, standing all alone in
the end zone, to end the Shark's
Looking at the defense, Quinine
Cushing sparked the defense with
nine tackles and two fumble re-
coveries. In the backfield, Jerry
Nichols collected seven tackles and
Nichols and Jerry Branch each
snagged two Tiger pass intercep-
tions. Johnny Maddox broke up,
four of the Tiger's pass attempts.
The 'Sharks longest gain was a
55 yard run on a surprise pass
from halfback Jerry Nichols across
the field to quarterback Ricky
Larry Branch was the Sharks
leading ground gainer.
The Sharks Jimmy Cox continu-
ed to keep the Sharks' opponents
off balance with his superb punt-
ing which has helped the local 11
-'" Impala Super Sport Uoupe-a ctean new sweep in roof tines.
Now that you've seen all the daring new things our stylists did,
get in and sample some of the safest, soundest ideas on the road!
iWhat youfeelisa tnew as what you We put safety features on top of hp Turbo-Jet VS and flat-cornering
see-thanks to all the fresh thinking safety features. For example, an suspension. You can order it for
tiat's gone into the way it rides, energy-absorbing steering wheel either the Impala Super Sport
'Steers, stops and looks after your atop the new GM-developed energy- Coupe or Convertible.
safety. absorbing steering column. A dual Of course, there are all sorts of new
it's got a remarkaabe new road feel master cylinder brake system with custom features you can add, too,
--beginning with a ride so hushed warning light. And seat belts front such as tape or FM stereo. But if
and gentle you'llfeel like calling this and rear with pushbutton buckles. you find.so much that's new a bit
the '67 Shhhevrolet. The steering All standard, to be sure. too much to remember-drop down
is as much as 10% easier. And you'll And there's a new SS 427 perform- to your dealer's and take a 'drive.
find the stopping smoother, too. ance package-complete with 385- It'll all become unforgettable.
GI] Ev iying ngewiht could happen...happened! Now atyour Chevolet dealers.
Jim Cooper Motor Company, Inc
401 WILLIAMS AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA PHONE 227-2471
all year long. Even with a short
kick of little more than 10, yards
which he purposefully kicked out
of bounds, Cox averaged 46 yards
Chillingworth Murder Investigation
Procedure outlined to Lions Club
An outline of the investigative and shot. Investigations into the
procedures in solving the Chilling- murder turned up rumors of the
worth murder case in Palm Beach killing of the Chillingworths by the
by Henry Lovett, special investiga- Harvey killers.
tor for the Florida Sheriff's Bureau
provided a very interesting pro-
gram for the Lions Club at their
Lovett said that although the
search was on for the missing Chil-
lingworths, a .Jead as to their kill-
ers came about through investiga-
tion of another murder, that of
Lew Gene Harvey, a bootlegger of
Jacksonville. Harvey had been
pulled from a creek, bound, gagged
Fumbles --------- 0
Yds. Passing ------ 209
Yds. Rushing ____ ------90
Tomorrow night's game should
prove to be another thriller as
the Sharks make their last regular-
ly scheduled home appearance of
the year against the Bonifay Blue'
After nearly three years of in-
vestigation and work on the case,
the disappearance of the Chilling-
worths and the killing of Harvey
were laid at the feet of Joseph A.
Peel, Jr., a lawyer and municipal
judge of Palm Beach. Peel was
using his position to extract pay-
ment from the bootleg, bolita and
gambling rackets. This is how Har-
vey figured in the case.
The motive for the killing was
that judge Chillingworth had threa-
tened to seek Peel's disbarment for
questionable practice as an attor-
ney. Peel sought to have him kill-
ed for fear that disbarment would
ruin him publicly and also expose
his connections with the rackets.
Lovett said that Feel wasn't the
usual criminal type in that he was
highly respected and won his posi-
tion as municipal judge by the lar-
gest majority of any candidate in
Palm Beach history.
Lovett said that with present in-
vestigative curbs set out by the
Supreme Court the Chillingworth
.killers could never have been con-
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SPECIALS FOR NOVEMBER 2, 3, 4, and 5
LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED
-KRAFT'S Giant 48 Oz. Size REG. $1.09
Sunshine's Market Specials
DUBUQUE SMOKED BONELESS FULLY COOKED
S4 3-4 LB. CAN
Limit 1 Please With
Other Meat Purchase
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BACON Ib. 49c SAUSAGE 39c
DUBUQUE FINE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
7 BONE CUT
KRAFT'S REG. $1.25
VELVEETA CHEESE---- 2 lb. loaf 99c
Oak Hill 303 Can
TOMATOES 9 cans 99c
BABY FOOD 10 jars 99c
Pet Evaporated Tall Cans
MILK ---7 cans $1.00
Wishbone 1000 Island
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CATSUP----- P btl. 17c
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Shoulder Round Roast'
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Very Good, Very Economical-Dubuque CHUCK
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GROUND FRESH DAILY
GA. GRADE "A"
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DUBUQUE'S Reg. Can
VIENNAS 4 cans 89c
DUNCAN HINES-White, Yellow Devil Food
Cake Mix pkg. 37c
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966
I uary 1 and July 1), payable at a turity. Certificates of said issue
Al | bank or banks to be designated by I maturing in the years 1977 and
Such Board upon the award of the thereafter shall be redeemable in
Legal Ad Va certificates to the proposal ac- whole or in part, in inverse nu-
g cpted by the Board. i medical order, on July 1, 1976, or
Coupon certificates registrableany interesttpaying date thereafter
NOTICE TO RECEIVE as to principal only numbered con-bypayingth principal amount
PROPOSALS FOR SALE OF secutively from one upward, in de- j said certificates, plus accrued.mi -
$20000 REVENUE CERTIFICATES nominations of $500 each, shall a to o ar interest on the
NOTICE is hereby given that the tureJul1 of each year lowest I eqicular certificates so redeemed.s
Board of County Commissioners of numbers first, eac of the years par certificate are issued for
Gulf County, Florida, will receive as follows: The Certificates are issued for;
proposaGulf County, Florida, will receive as ows Principal Amoun the purpose of acquiring, construct- Gulf County Ladies' League
proposalsace at its regular meetBu ing Years Maturing ing and equipping two community Frank Hannon's and Williams
e th r 1968 tough 19 r nAlley Kats wouldn't let one out-do
Wewahitchka, Florida, unt il 9:01968 through 1987 $500 each-yearfire stations in Gulf County, Flor-
AM., C.S.T., on November 8, 1966, 1988 through 1995 $1,000 each year ida; one to be located in Highland Alley Kats wouldn't let one out-do
AM., C.S.T., on November 8, 1966, 1988 through 1995 $1,000 each year View, Florida, and one to be lo- the other so they split 2 to 2 this
from any person $20,000 of revenue cer- Certificates maturing n1996 $2,000 cated in White City, Florida. past Wednesday night. High bowl-
to purchase $20,000 of revenue cer- Certificates maturing in the The Certificates, together with er for Frank Hannon's was Lily
tificates dated July 1, 1966, with years 1968 through 1976, both in- interest thereon, are payable from er for Frank Hannon, s was ly
principal payable annually, and in- elusive, shall not be redeemable te first One ousad Fie Hun- Chism a substitute, with games
terest payable semi-annually (Jan- prior to their stated dates of ma- the fi Dollars ($1,500.00) of rae I of 150, 175 and 143 giving her a
track funds allocated to the Board fine 468 series. Joyce Sweazy fol-
of County Commissioners of Gulf lowed her with a 391 series. Elea-
You Are Cordially Invited To Atte /Cd county, Florida,ispursuant toChap- nor Williams wa high bowler for
ter 65-980, Laws of Florida, Spe- '.nmr Williams was high bowler.for
I G AVENUE BAPTIST CHUflRCH cial Acts of 1965' andaccruing an- Williams Alley Kats with two good
LONG A ENUE BAPTIST CHURCH nually to Gulf County pursuant to games of 15 and 19 ending with
Chapter 550, Florida Statutes."* a 453 series., Helen Elliot followed
Those submitting proposals are
Corner Long' Avenue and 16th Street requested to name not more than her with a 382 series.
four interest rates, not exceeding I Whitco walked off taking all
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. Five and One-half (5%) per cent' four games over Glidden. High
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. perannume ermultiplesdof r1/epea bowler for Whitco was Wyel
BAPTIST TRAINING .UNION ---.- 5:15 P.M. ed rate shall not be considered a Burke with games of 145, 159 and
EVENING WORSHIP 6:30 P.M. different rate. 170 giving her a' fine 474 'series,
E b .Those firms or individuals wish- als hg for the y
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) -- 7:30 PRM. ing to submit proposals may obtain .sohh ner fort he "
proposed interest form,.copies of Mary Brown followed er with a
IIT S ALWAYS W LCOME the' enabling Resolution, and other 428 series and good game of 172
VISITORS ALWAYS WELLC MVI pertinent material from the Clerk' which was high game for Whitco.
of Circuit Court, Wewahitchka, Evelyn Smith was high bowler for
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor Gulf County, Florida. The sale ofvelyn mlth was.hgh bowler for
Air Conditioned -- Centrally Heated said Certificates shall be condi- Glidden with games of 134, 164
tioned upon the unqualified ap-;and 155 ending with a 453 series.
________ ___________ B_______ ___ proving opinion of Bryant, Fee-; Mary Alice Lyons followed her
man, Richardson & Watson, Jack- with a 424 series.
sonville, Florida, which will be fur-
nished to the successful purchaser. Raffield's took a 3-1 win over
SBOARD OF COUNTY Rich's. Sandra Raffield was high
GlCOMMISSIONERS, bowler for Raffields with games of
James G.McDaniel, Chmn 112, 135 and 156 giving her a 403
ATTEST: 3t series. Peggy Whitfield followed
George Y. Core, Clerk 10-20 her with a 388 series. Lois Faulk,
led Rich's with a 385 series and
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
You can always count NOTICE is hereby given that high game of 150. Laura Sewell
on our. pharmacist to Gulf County, Florida, a political followed her with a 359 series.
on obe. available when you subdivision of the State of Florida, St. Joe Furniture took all four
need him, regardless of will receive sealed bids at, the games over St. Joe Paper Dolls.
need him, regardless of Courthouse Building, Wewahitchka, High bowler for St. Joe Furniture
the. hour! And you cn Florida, until 9:00 A.M., C.S.T., on
depend on him for all November 8, 1966, for the construe- was Maxine Smith with a 390 series
your other health' tion of two community fire sta- and high game of 166. Dot Wil-
yoneeds. other ea tions, e to be located in High- liams followed her with a 370 ser-
land View, Florida, and one to be ies. Faye Coleman led St. Joe Pa-
located in White City, Florida.
1. The fire stations shall be con- per Dolls with a 402 series anda
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist structed 'in accordance with plans good game of 178. Carolyn Donnell
shows that he has passed the Florida Sta.te Board of and specificatinos on file in the followed her with a 310 series.
Pharmacy examiiatioi and is qualified to dispense drugs. Office w the Clerk of Circuit KNOW THE TEAM: Team No. 2.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being Florida. Duplicate copies of plans Glidden Co., bowlers: Mary Alice
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and and specifications may be obtained (Mrs. Cecil) Lyons, Julia (Mrs. Ran-
quickly. Odum, 1113 Beck Avenue, Panama 'lyn (Mrs. Edgar L.) Smith. Sponsor,
City, Florida, by depositing with
COSMETICS FOR LADIES By Coty, Revelon, Harriett Hubbard said Architects the sum of $25.00 Glidden Company.
ArandADaia per set; said deposit will be re- Standings
Ayer andDanfa funded to non-successful bidders Whitco, Inc. ----- 2----- 10
COSMETICS FOR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe upon return to the Architects of Frank Hannon 21 11
such plans and specifications with- an normon -21 1
:BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GIFTS in 5 days following bid openings. Glidden Co. --------- 18% 13%
VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABYGIFTS 2. Bids should be submitted: Williams Alley Kats _- 18% 131/
Board of County Commissioners, Rich's Market ---- 16 .. 16
c/o George Y. Core, Clerk, 'Gulf Raffield's 15 17
Smith s Phar ci County, Wewahitchka, Fl1orida;
...S. y should be sealed; and marked St. Joe Furniture -- 11 21
Phone 2,.5111 Drive-In Window At Rear thereon "Bid for Gulf 'County Fire St. Joe Paper Dolls-- 6 26
3. Gulf County, Florida, reserves Ladies Morning League
___,-_ ___t the right to refuse any and all
bids on said project. Beaman's Plumbing and Ferrell
BOARD OF COUNTY Building Supply met on lanes 1
COMMISSIONERS and.2. Ferrell's added four wins to
SE IV Gulf County, Florida their side. Peggy Jenkins was high
ATTEST: 3t wicDael, Ch th a 359 series and a 147 game.
Smaeral and r George Y. Core, Clerk 10-20 Dot O'Shall 306 and a 125 game;
Due to rising cost in material and labor. Dot Mathis, 305 and a 121 game;
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL May Dell Pettis 301 with a 109
ARVHNo.66- game. Nice going for our. new
All TV SERVICE CHAIRGE .Engineering Proposals will be re- game Nice goin for our new
ALL TV -SERVICE CHARGES cieved by the City Commission of team.
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida Beaman's was bowling hard. Lou-
IN at its regular meeting place in the ise Schweikert 387, Audrey Tan-
SMunicipal Building in Port St, Joe, ner 340. Audry says 'her ball is
Florida until 12:00 Noon E.S.T..on
November 8, 1966 for the follow- worn out or square as something
PORT ST JOE HIGHLAND VIEW ing described services: is haywire, but what fun.
.. Survey and identify right of 13 Mile Oyster Co., and Pate's
and O KAK Dway boundary lines and set Service met on. lanes 3 and 4. 13
fand OAK GROVE gradestakes on the following three tying them with
streets in the City of Port St. Mile won three tying them with
Joe, Florida: tk Tapper's Senators for second place.
WILL BE 1. Avenue "E", from Battles Donna Ward was high for 13 Mile
St., to Peters St. with a 451 series, with a good game
52. Avenue "F" from Battles of 185. Ola Jean Silva bowled 381,
Sper ca 3. Avenue "G" from Main St. Billie Padgett 361 and 'Elaine
S, to Dead End. Jackson holding her average.
4. North Park Avenue from Pates was somewhat off this
St. Joe Beach and Beacon Hill $7.00 Avenue' "A" to Kenney week and just count keep up
.5. North Garrison Avenue with 13 Mile. Their scores weren't
Mexico Beatch and Overstreet $9.00 fromSAvenue "A" to Ken-
6. 18th Street from Garrison the regularly scheduled first and
Avenue to Forest Park. third Tuesdays.
Proposal opening will be 8:00 The November meeting dates
ARNOLD'S FURNITURE & TV P.M. Nvbr-e To 1, 19. a Mueimbe
10-66 City Auditor and Clerk Building^ W. BROCK 3t-10-20
MURDOCiS RADIO & TV NOTICE OF CHANGE OF CA r
*... r-Notice is given th thAthe Novem- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
ST JOE RADIO & TV bher meetings of the Port St. Joe, I UnReA GU POUNATY,.
TFlorida City Commission have been ORDNInRe-R
changed to the second and fourth estate of
... Tuesday of November instead of ADRIENNE FLEISHEL,
Vote for your State Treasurer. Vote for Broward Williams.
Broward Williams Is YOUR man... 24-year career employee
In State Treasurer's Office... voted by 1965 Legislature "g
one of State's top three administrators... leader of
vigorous programs for traffic safety, education, retirees.
member of executive committee of National Association
of Insurance Commiselonere.
" OjV it eU AdvetUusneat PaW fer'Iiy FrediE. L3oy T'Tet l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the; estate 'of
Adrienmie Fleishel, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or
demand must be in writing and
must state the place or residence
and post-office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
/s/ J. P. FLEISHEL
Executor of Estate of
First publication on October 20,
,SIAS R. STONE
321 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Executor
all that bad though. Gail had 417, and Gloria Morgan added their the 5-10 split.
and a 151 game; Lillie had a 411 372 and 345 series to the total. These teams are still real close
and a real good game of 179 and The Senators' Vivian Hardy was with two tied for second place.
Judy Watts had a 340. Jean Stebel in there for her share of the pins i L
was there also, it did help the team and came in with a nice series of Standings
Jean. 463 and a nice three games of 177. E. L. Amison --------- 23 9
E. L. Amison untied the tie for160 and 126. Mary Lyons had 424, Tapper's Senators -_- 22 10
first place on lanes 5 and 6 where Mary Brown 422 and Shirley Whit- 13 Mile Oyster -------- 22 10
they met Tynes Standard. Amison field 408 with two games of 139. Sunshine Foods1------20Y1 / lla
won three games. Verna Burch was High games of the day were Beaman Plumbing.------15 17
high for Amison with a 459 series turned in by Evelyn, 221, Vivian, Pate's Service -----11%/ 20%
high f or Amison with a 459 series 177, Lillie, 167, Donna 185, Ruby Tynes Standard -- 8 24:
had a 408 with a 150 game. Ann and Verna 167. Louise picked up Ferrell's Supply -- -- 6 26
Whittle and Eula Dickey added
their 399 and 382 to help. Tynes
Mary Harrison had a nice 470 ser-
ies with games of 157, 148 and 165.
Ruby Lucas bowled 466, still hold-
ing her 155 average and her games
were 158, 167 and 141. Anna Smith
and Allie McDonald added their
scores to the team's total pins.
The battle was on lanes 7 and
8 between Tapper's Senators and
Sunshine Foods. With the Senators
tied for first place and Sunshine
12 games out of first and 13 Mile
1 game ahead 'of them you can
bet there was some action. One
team just wouldn't let the other
out-do them so they just split
winning two games each. Sun-
shine's Evelyn Smith really did
shine with a 571 series and a 221
game and other games of 184 and
166. Jo Hammond followed her
with a 390 and a 136 game. No
telling what you'll do next week
with that new ball. Lois Faulk
GULF SCHOOLS GET $52,252
IN STATE FUNDS LAST WEEK
TALLAHASSEE State Comp-
troller Fred 0. Dickinson, Jr., an-
nounced thisweek the release of
$21,143,652 in state funds for ,the
operation of county schools and
junior colleges in Florida.
The money, a monthly release to
county boards of public instruc-
tion, was $893,045 more than the
release for October, 1965.
Gulf County's share of the re-
leased funds was $52,252. Frank-
lin county received $3d,709.
HARRY L.- BREWTON, JR.
SERVING ON USS CANOPUS
USS CANOPUS (FHTNC)-Sea-
man Harry L. Brewton, Jr., USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Brew-
ton pf 406 Madison St., Port St.
Joe, is a crewmember of the Po-
laris submarine tender USS Cano-
pus, presently deployed to 'the
Sixth Fleet in the Mediterrantan.
Canopus, the newest and largest
ship of her type, is responsible for
providing maintenance and repair
facilities to Fleet Ballistic Sub-
marines based in Rota, Spain. She
is homeported in Charleston, S. C.
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ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
311 Williams Ave. Ph. 227-2141
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL -.. 9:45
. MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
EVENING WORSHIP 5:30
TRAINING UNION 6:45
,PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( ... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
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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"