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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
In This Week's 'Issue
PORT ST JOE FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY
Santa will Visit Saturday
Sharks Begin Cage Season Friday
The Port St. Joe Sharks open their basketball
schedule for this year Friday night against the
Altha Wildcats in the Port St. Joe gymnasium.
The Junior Sharks will take the floor at 7:00 p.m.
with the varsity, game scheduled for 8:00 p.m.
Saturday night the Sharks will travel to Pan-
ama City to do battle with the Rutherford Rams.
Basketball coach, Bill, Dixon told The Star
that he just can't say who his staring line-up will
be or what the Sharks chances for a winning sea-
Port St. Joe High Enrolled In National
Student Traffic Safety 'Program
The National Commission on
Safety Education of the National
Education Association announced
this week that Port St. Joe High
School is one of about 8,500 sec-
ondary schools enrolled in. the
1966-67 National Student Traffic
Saf ety Program. Participating
schools represent all of the 50
states and the District of Colum-
bia. The American Oil Foundation,
Chrysler Corporation, Firestone
Tire and Rubber Company, and the
Ford Fund contribute to the Pro-
gram's operation through financial
grants. The basic program of the
National Commission on Safety Ed-
ucation, of which NSTSP is a .part,
.is made possible by grants from
the Automotive Safety Founda-
tion. This represents the eighth
year of continuous NSTSP activi-
The Program is designed to aid
high school groups as they devote
their energies toward a critical
social concern-the safety and
well-being of our citizens. Educa-
tors at all levels hail the activity
as an 'outstanding example of in-
volving youth in' a serious com-
munity endeavor. The National
Association of Secondary-School
Principals includes the NSTSP on
its approved list of secondary
Program materials are- prepared
and distributed by the Commission.
They include guidelines for stu-
son will be this year. He pointed out that ithe
local team will be completely new this year.
Pictured above is the Shark squad for the cur-
rent season. They are, front row, left ,to right:
Denny Adams, Charlie Lewis, John Maddox and
Bobby ElIzey. Second row, left to right: Danny,
Wall, Larry .Cox, Andrew Lewis and' Eddie Mc-
Farland. Top row, left to right, Coach Dixon,
Clay Thomas,; Ienneth Haddock and Mike Weston.
Wife of Former Mayor,
Passes Away Nov. 24
Mrs. Annie K. Bynum of Wewa-
hitchka, age 75, passed away last
Thursday night at 8:30 in a Pan-
ama City Hospital. She was the
wife of Hamp Bynum, the oldest
living ex-Mayor of the City of Port
St. Joe, now a resident of Wewa-
Mrs. Bynum is survived by her
husband; one son, E. Gene Hais-
ten of Brandon; five grandchil-
dren; one brother, William J.
Keith of Troy, Alabama.
Funeral services were held Sat-
urday at 2:00 p.m. at the Comfort-
er Funeral Home Chapel in Wewa-
hitchka. Interment was in the fam-
ily plot in Jehu Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Jack
Connmiell, Sam Husband, Samuel A.
Patrick, Forest Revell, Jonathan
Glass and C. A.. Glenn.. .
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ar-
bogast during the- Thanksgiving
holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
McNair of Union Springs, Ala.
Mrs. McNair is Mrs. Arbogast's
Visit In Chipley
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Arnold and
sons, Kenny and Dennis, spent
Thanksgiving in Chipley, visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
dent groups and suggest approp-
riate types of projects and activi-
ties. As a result of student-center-
ed efforts many communities are
experiencing seat belt publicity
and installation campaigns. Citi-
zens take note of youth as they
survey traffic hazards and conges-
tion. Community-wide vehicle safe-
ty checks are conducted in addition
to a variety of other activities.
In the spring, participating
schools will submit reports of their
activities to the review of educa-
tor committees in each state. Out-
standing programs will be recog-
nized nationally with the warding
of plaques and certificates. Stu-
dent Council members are Mike
Weston, Candy White, Muriel Ever-
ton, Phylis Miles and Dick Schwei-
kert. Each homeroom grades nine
through-12 has one 'representative.
James Gunter is the sponsor.
Revival Underway At
The Pentecostal Holiness Church
on Garrison Avenue began a revi-
val Wednesday night of this week.
The evangelist is William S.
Hartsfield of South Carolina.
Everyone is invited to attend
this series of meetings. Services
begin each evening at 7:00 p.m.
Come and hear these messages
from the word of God.
According to Postmaster
Chauncey Costin the Post Office
Department is holding more
than $147 in Postal Savings Cer-
tificates. The program is now
obsolete having been discontin-
ued by. Congress on March 28,
As. of April 27, 1966, Postal
Savings were discontinued, and
no deposits were accepted by
the Post Office Department. Cer-
tificates w h o s e anniversary
dates have been reached since
last April 26 have earned their
final interest payment. Those
whose'anniversary dates fall be-
tween now and next April 26
will receive interest until their
next anniversary dates, but they
can be cashed at any time and
a proportionate amount of inter-
est will be paid. After April 26.
1967, no interest will be earned
by any Postal Savings Account,
Postmaster Costin said.
The postmaster suggests that
all Postal Savings depositors
close out their accounts as soon
as convenient so they can put
their funds to more productive
use. He also reminded deposi-
tors that U. S. Savings Bonds
paying a current rate of 4.15%
interest, if held to maturiey, are
an excellent investment for
both safety and income.
On July 1 of next year, re-
maining funds in the program
will be turned over to the Trea-
sury Department. There they
will be deposited in a trust fund,
where they will remain available
for payment without time limita-
tion whenever proper claims are
The Port St. Joe Post Office
does not have a Postal Savings
department, the Postmaster said
but that he would be happy to
assist depositors in making ap-
.plication to the office where
their deposits are held.
In Giant Parade
Santa Claus will make his annual visit to Port St. Joe,
Saturday, December 3, in a giant parade which will begin
moving up. Reid Avenue at 10:00 A.M. Parade marshall
Ralph Swatts says that approximately 50-55 units will par-
ticipate in the parade, which has promise of being the biggest
and best ever staged during the Christmas season.
Participants in the parade are
being enticed by cash prizes of
$175.00.:. These prizes will be di- Star Will Print
vided up betweenn non-commercial Print
floats in the parade. First float
prize will be $100.00; second prize Letters to; S nta
$50.00 and third prize $25.00.
Judges for the float entries this It has been the custom of The
year will be: Mrs. Albert Thames, Star in years past, to print let-
Mrs. Ned Porter, Mrs. W. T. Mose- ters to Santa Claus in our last
ly, Jr., Mrs. Charles Brown and issue just prior to Christmas.
Mrs. R. H. Brinson. Floats will be We will do it again this year
judged on their .presentation of. on Thursday, December 22.
the Christmas spirit, originality Encourage your children to
and effort expended, in that order. write their letter to Santa Claus
The entire event is being spon- now and we will set it up in type
scored and paid for by the, Port St. and store it until the December
Joe Retail Merchant's Division of 22 issue. Do it early, as it will
the Chamber of Commerce. relieve us considerably, not to
Managing the parade is the Port have to set up all the letters at
St. Joe Jaycees, with Swatts as the last minute.
chairman. All letters received will be
The city has been completely printed. Urge your children to
decorated for the Christmas par- sign their ,full ,name to their
ade. Work has been underway letters.
for the past two weeks with City --
crews putting up the lights and
various decorations throughout Barrier Wins Bid to
the business section. Several new
decorations have been added this Build Fire Stations
year and a new decoration
scheme employed to make the The Gulf County Commission
,awarded a contract to Barrier
results more pleasing to the eye awarded a contract to Barrier
than in the past. Builders of Port St. Joe Tuesday
Several big bands will join in night for the construction of two
the parade this year. Port St. Joe's fire houses in the county.
"Excellent" marching band will Barrier bid $17,372.00 to con-
make its appearance along with struct two fire stations, one at
baiid :rom Chapman High School White and one,,a highland
of Apalachicola. View. The stations will be paid
Saddlin' Seminoles for by the county with race track
A special attraction for the par- money..
ade will be the Saddlin' Seminoles Other bidders on the project
from Wewahitchka, always a crowd wereGuin and Hunt of Pensacola,
pleaser, wherever they appear. $36,000.00; J. B. Homes of Panama
Of course, the big attraction City, $17,789.00; K1olmetz Construc-
for all of these preparations is tion Company of Panama City,
Santa Claus, himself, who will $24,984.00 and Associates Construc-
follow the parade up Reid Ave- tion Company of Marianna, $20,-
nue in Port St. Joe's new big fire 973.00.
truck. The parade will travel
North on Reid Avenue, West on City Ad i
First Street, South on Highway City Advertising for
98, East on Fifth Street and be- 50 Ton Chiller
gin to break up in the vicinity
of City Hall. The City of Port St. Joe is ad-
After the parade has broken up, vertising for bids this week, on a
all children :.present are invited 50 ton chiller compresser for the
to visit with Santa Claus on the Municipal Hospital.
vacant lot next to the City Hall. The Hospital has two of these
-All children will have an oppor- units which provide air condition-
tunity to talk with Santa and will ing in the summer. One of the two
receive a bag of candy and fruit, units broke down about a year ago
Santa Claus will be in town all and efforts to repair it have been
day December 4, up and down the to no avail. Although one of the
streets, passing out candy and units will cool the hospital fairly
talking to the children. well, it is overworked in doing so.
The annual parade is the tradi- The bids will be received Decem-
tional start of the Christmas buy- ber 20 and the machine must be
ing season in Port St. Joe and lo- installed within 60 days after the
cal merchants have their Christmas contract is awarded.
wares displayed, their stores decor- _
ated and will be going all out this
year to make this a Merry Christ- Error Committed
mas for everybody.
Every year, just before Christ-
mas, John Blount, owner of St.
Joe Furniture and Appliance Co.,
usually shows his appreciation to
his friends and customers by giv-
ing holiday bonuses with purchases
from his furniture store. This
Christmas he is out-doing himself
and giving a free Kelvinator Port-
able Dish Washer to someone on
"Generous John" says all you
have to do is register at his store
between now and December 24
and be over 17 years of age.,
See the company's advertisement
on pages four and five in this
week's issue of The Star.
DCT CLASS SPONSORING
FISH FRY MONDAY EVENING
The DCT Class of Port St. Joe
High School is sponsoring a fish
fry Monday, December 5, between
the hours of 5:30 and 8:00 p.m. in
the high school lunch room. Mem-
bers will make deliveries.
Tickets may be purchased from
class members for $1.00 each.
In last week's issue of The
Star, we stated that the Gulf
County School Board was bar-
gaining for land located on the
extension of Garrison Avenue.
Our map slipped. The proper-
ty is located on the extension of
Long Avenue and South of Niles
Buster Brown Legear
Dies Suddenly Tuesday
Funeral services for Buster
Brown Legear, age 51, Route 1,
Wewahitchka, will be held today
at 1:00 p.m. Mr. Legear, a resident
of Dalkeith died suddenly at the
St. Joe Paper Company Tuesday.
'Funeral services will be held
from the Red Bay Baptist Church
with Rev. G. T. Hinton officiating.
Interment will be in the Red Bay
Mr. Legear was a member of the
Dalkeith Missionary Baptist Church
and was a veteran of World War II.
He had lived in Gulf County for
26 years and has been employed by
the St. Joe Paper Company for 26
(Continued On Page 8)
Port St. Joe High School was one of 15 high schools in
the State of Florida to be officially placed on the rolls ef ac-
creditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and'
Schools, at their annual meeting held in Miami Beach this past
:,week end. .:-I..
Port St. Joe High had been dropped from the accredita-
tion rolls of the Southern Association last year, but due to im-
provements in the cited areas, the Florida Committee of the
Association earlier last month, recommended that Port St.
Joe be placed back on the accreditation list. Word to Port St.
Joe was 'that recommendation by the Florida Committee vir-
tually assured Port St. Joe of being re-accred'ited. And that
was the way it worked out this past week end.
Port St. Joe was dropped from accreditation by the Sou-
thern Association due to inadequate facilities in, the lunch
room, library, guidance counsellor and locker room facilities
as well as some teachers teaching out of field.
A new cafeteria built during the summer allowed for mov-
ing the eating facilities out of the high school building, giving
room for expansion of the other areas cited, except the locker
room facilities. The school was allowed to get by in this in-
stance due to plans now on the drawing board for a new' high
At no time has Port St. Joe been in danger of losing its
accreditation with the State Department of Education.
Big Rotary Ball
The annual Rotary Club-spon-
sored. Charity Ball will be held
Saturday. night in the Centennial
Building. according to Cecil Cur-
ry. chairman of the project.
.The annual ball will begin at
9:00 p.m. and last until 1:00 p.m.
Dancing music will be furnished
by Louie Weaver and his orches-
Tickets for the annual affair
are now on sale by each member
of the Rotary Club and will be
available at the door Saturday
night. Tickets are $7.50 per cou-
Funds derived from this charity
event are used to furnish dental
examination and treatment for ele
mentary school students through-
out Gulf County each year. The
cost of this project has been run-
ning about $750.00 per year, with
all proceeds derived from the
Charity Ball. The Rotary Club pays
the expenses of the Ball so that
,all proceeds can be diverted to
the dental program.
Tuesday of this week, a State
Department of Health mobile den-
tal clinic has moved into Port St.
Joe to begin the job of examining
and giving necessary dental treat-
ment to underprivileged children.
All of the dental work is done free
of charge with the permission of
Dr. John W. Lewis of Jackson-
ville is traveling with the unit this
Visit With Parents
Misses Sherry White and Bar-
bara Lewis, who are attending
Florida State University, spent
Thanksgiving with their parents,
MrsD. E. White and Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Lewis.
Dr. John W. Lewis of Jacksonville is shown above examining a
child's teeth in the State Board of Health Mobile Dental Clinic
brought to Gulf County by the Port St. Joe Rotary Club. Looking on
are Roary President, Dave May, center and project chairman, Cecil
Curry, right. The dental clinic is paid for by the annual Rotary
Club Charity Ball, which is Saturday night of this week.
Post Office Holding More Than $147 Million In Postal
Savings Certificates They Would Like to Get Rid of
PAGE TWO TIJE STAKE, art- Sr. Joe, F-a. THRSDAY, IJ:..MMwE: ,
TAXES CAN DESTROY FORESTS
Conservation groups, forestry officials and an army
of wardens armed with the latest equipment are ever on
the alert to protect the forests. The work of all these peo-
ple plus the vigilance of private landowners has in the
main brought what was long the greatest danger to forests
under control. That danger was fire. But, as a large tim-
ber company has pointed out, fire is not the only way to
destroy a forest. Unwise taxes can do the same thing.
Excessive taxation can push up total cost to a point where
tree farmers can no longer afford reforestation programs.
Itemay require up to 120 years to grow marketable saw
or pulp logs of some of the various species of trees.
Current happenings in Florida where several counties
,have drastically increased the taxable value of pulp wood
and saw log growing acres is making this danger ever-pres-
ent in our state. And, we think our state cannot afford
to stifle our lumber and tree growing industry. It has
been reported that timber is Florida's second largest indus-
try. On the one hand, the State spends millions of the
State's dollars to promote tourism, industry and citrus
while on the other hand moves are about to stifle an indus-
try.we already have one that provides half of the jobs
in the State.
The timber companies are planning ahead for a century
or more to, insure that there will be timber both for the
recreation of future generations and for utilization in the
hundreds of wood products that most of us take for grant-
ed. During all this period of ten decades or more, tree
farmers must spend money year in and year out to reforest
^ i a
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
No accidents or deaths in Port St. Joe or Gulf County
over the holidays. Doesn't that sound great? But, then
we can't say the same for the other days of the year. It
seems that we take extra care around here during the
holiday periods, when the safety council, the Highway Pa-
trol and many other agencies warn us of the danger at
hand due to heavy holiday traffic and celebrating. We
take extra care and live through it. only to kill some-
one on the highways during a normal, carefree, enjoyable
day. a day when it is just too nice weather to die need-
And fire chief Bob Ellzey, says to be sure to check
your Christmas tree lights for frayed cords, and such be-
fore you put them up this year. ..Every year the fire
department gets called to a fire 'caused by frayed light
cords or filmy Christmas decorations too close to a hea-
ter or fire place. Take care, and let the fire department
have a full holiday season of enjoyment. not eating
It was an enjoyable Thanksgiving in our family. We
ate dinner at Momma-in-law's house. turkey, pork
loin roast and all the trimmings and didn't gain an
extra pound! But, we did gain a daughter and a
very nice and lovely daughter, too. We got Ray married
off to the former Miss Gloria Grantham and they are
living here in Port St. Joe, where Ray works here at The
Star and goes to school at Gulf Coast Junior College.
If we can have as good luck in gaining our other fu-
ture in-laws as we did on this go-round, we will be per-
fectly satisfied and maybe our reasons for having six
.children will come true after all. The reason? So they
,can support me in my old age ... what else?
A lot of people have told me that I'm an odd-ball.
WMaybe they're right. I've been reading a lot lately about
the proposed new State Constitution for Florida and one
of the items being bandied 'about is whether or not the
Governor should be allowed to succeed himself for one
additional term. I sort of like the idea but a lot of
other people don't. It has always seemed to me that it is
a waste of talent and knowledge to tell a man he is not
eligible to serve again just about the time he learns enough
about the job to do the State a good job of administration.
But, then, like I said, a lot of people think I'm an odd-ball
and I guess they will just label this another of my odd-ball
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
PosTOFmICE Box 808 PHONE 227-3161
POBT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 2456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
FO-HEIGN: ONE YEAR, $3.75 SIX MOS. $2.25 THREE MOS. $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do sot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the pointed word is thoughtfully
weghed The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word a lost; the printed word remains.
and protect their growing crops from fire, insects and
disease-all risks that are recognized can generally be con-
trolled. However, the tree farmer is helpless when it comes
to taxes. He must place his faith in the elected lawmakers
of the land, who enact the tax measures. These taxes,
while heavy, are generally realistic. So long as they are
so treated, timberlands will continue to provide wildlife,
recreational facilities and an ever growing range of use-
ful wood products. ,
Our lawmakers have as great or a greater responsibili-
ty for the preservation of the forests than have the forest
rangers, the lonely lookouts on the rim of the timberland,
'or the landowners.
WE APPRECIATE IT
Again this Saturday, the Port St. Joe merchants are
paying the bill to bring "Santa Claus" to Port St. Joe to
give the youth of the city a thrill and a chance to talk to
old "Santa Claus".
To be sure, the move is predicated to spur the beginning
of the Christmas buying season. But, never you forget,
they don't have it to do. The buying season would begin,
parade or not.
We really don't know how you feel about the matter,
but we think it is a wonderful gesture on the part of the
merchants to underwrite the annual Christmas parade and
the visit of Santa Claus. Believe me, it doesn't come cheap.
We think we have a pretty good bunch of merchants
here in Port St. Joe. By and large, they are a cooperative
bunch and almost without exception, they have the benefit
of the city and its population at heart in their business
This annual Christmas parade and Santa visit is just
one of many affairs the merchants sponsor and underwrite
financially each year. But most of their work is taken for
granted or credit is not given when it is due.
Again, we say, they do not owe it to us. They sell
their merchandise at a decent mark-up and don't gouge
anyone. Port St. Joe is relatively free of the merchant who
would deliberately gouge a customer.
We think you should join us in reciprocating for this
gesture of good will from the merchants and at least say
"thank you" for providing such an event each year as
well as their many other services to our city. And, while
you are about it, we suspect that they would appreciate
it if you gave them a chance to trade with you on your
next purchase of any item. You can find most anything
you want right here in Port St. Joe. It is stocked for your
SAVE THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3
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All the doors can lock by themselves on our new
'67 Ford. And if one door's not closed tight, a little
light tells my father. Another light reminds him to fasten
my seat belt. Daddy says he got the safest, strongest
Ford ever built to hold me.
(He says always keep your valuables in a strongbox.),
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"FUIIIBfAV n E&'AARB;E 1 OIf "
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966 PAGE THREE
IT'S BOYLES... IN THE BUSY BLOCK! 222 REID AVENUE PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
SANTA SAYS ...
"KEEP 'EM WARM"
Over the Knee
SOX e. .99t pr.
A Regular $2.00 Value
take a shopping
In time for the Christmas
1966 Fall and Winter styles.
Jr., Missy and Half Sizes.
Fabulous .. For Women and Children A
$2 99 to $16.99 ,
Bulky orlons all wool in solids or ski type
imports. And pants and Skirts to match .
Buy em today on Lay-Away and be sure of
your choice of selection. -
that look twice
the price .
All popular col-
Beauty and Quality Nylon and
1.99 to 8.99
All sizes 32 thru 48. Short, average e
and tails. Tailored and elegantly/ 1
HOLIDAY GOWNS and
GOWNS from $2.99
Gown and $5.99
Duster Sets ---- $599
NEW! NEW! NEW!
Elegant whipped cream, dacron and cottons. Dreamy elegant
lace trims .
$3.99 to $5.99
SIZES 32 thru 38 ... OTHER STYLES TO 46
S99 to 16.99
Corduroys, brushed nylons, all nylon
quilts with dacron filling So deli-
cate in color and detail So perfect
for "My Lady".
$1.00 and $1.99
Pastels, whites and assorted
dark shades Infants thru
Boyles----- ofer you Mot o yu
Boyles offers you Most for your
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$37.50 to $47.50
Collegiate and Conservative models in
the newest fabrics and colors.
Campus is the
Nation's Choice in
Sizes thru 18 with the
popular tapered trousers.
SUBURBAN COATS and
$5.99 to $9.99
1 1 1,
for Men and Boys
$1.00 to $3.50
Newest styles of the
A wonderful selec-
tion of Wembley &
$1.00 to $1.50
Adorable 3 Piece
Includes Coat, Hat and Pants.
Colors for boys and girls.
for Boys and Girls
$3.88 to $8.88
Washable, weatherized. Ny-
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Quilt or fleece lined.
Sizes 9 mos. thru 14. Boys
BY THE BOX
Seamless mesh or regular
knit Many colors to
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SPECIAL HOSE SALE
3 pair $1,00
for Ladies and Children
from $1.00 pair
Washable orlon kits, lea-
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nylon suede, pigskin "Go-
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Colorful, pretty and warm
69c to $1.99
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Entire Stock of Ladies and Children's
Truly, the finest selection we've ever shown in
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Colorful stripes and prints
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Jayceettes Met Monday Night In
Home of Mrs. Jimmie Prevatt
The Port St. Joe Jayceettes met -for -the next year be elected, but
Monday night at the home of Mrs. also several projects will need the
Jimmy Prevatt. Co-hostess was attention of the group. At that
Mrs. James Hanlon. meeting members will have the
opportunity to guess the amount
The evening was an active one, of money in the birthday box, and
filled with" old and new business, the closest estimate will win a nice
Mrs. Joe Parrott reported on the prize.
Florida Jaycee Conference in Or- Members should plan to bring
land and encouraged the group to at least one home-made Christmnas
make plans early to attend the article to be auctioned off at the
Winter Conference in Panama City December meeting.
in February. Paul Harvey will be
the guest speaker at the state
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966
"Hobo Convention" Fetes Youth In
Yard of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Jr.
A "hobo convention" was held
last Saturday night in the back
yard of the Quarles residence at
209 Ninth Street. Reigning as King
Hobo was the Rev. Bill Graham.
Others helping stir the stew and
keeping things rolling were Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Bowman, Mrs.
Bill Graham and Mrs. Billy
"Hoboes" attending hailed from
parts as far away as Indiana and
Michigan. Special guests of the
convention were Gene and Priscilla
Cox, who had just rolled in from
Indiana. Mr. Cox, currently in
Grace Seminary in Winona Lake,
Ind., told the young "hoboes"
about a fellow student who had
taken on this type of life for a
short time as a project for the
Lord. He found it a lonely,' unsat-
isfying kind of existence. "Hobo"
Cox brought out that all, even ho-
boes, could establish permanent for our Spring convention. Watch
residence in Heaven through a for the announcement.
personal faith in the Lord Jesus This week the teens are asked
Christ. to meet at Faith Bible Church at
After the games, songs and the 6:30 Saturday evening to go to
devotional the stew and beans, Central Baptist Church in Panama
which had been simmering over a City to join the "Youth for Christ"
charcoal fire were enjoyed by all. rally. A film, especially for youth,
Winning the prize for the best "Only A Stranger" will be shown.
dressed was "Mr. Hobo" himself, All young people are invited and
Wayne Martin. Tying for honors any parents who would like to take
for the most fetching feminine at- a carload are welcome. Those who
tire were Misses Rosemary Faliski wish to go are asked to call Mrs.
and Betty Creamer. Billy Quarles or Rev. Bill Graham
We failed to make it clear in by Friday noon.
our article last week that Junior This teen work is for all teens
High "hoboes" were welcome. We in the Port St. Joe area regardless
promise to make the matter clear of denomination or church affilia-
tion arid is sponsored by the Faith
Bible Church of Port St. Joe.
The aim of this endeavor is to
p r o m o te Christian fellowship
among the young people of this
area and to provide an activity for
them each week. These activities
will be centered around the gen-
eral fields of evanglism, service,
fun and fellowship and personal
Midget Investments That Yield
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As planned at a previous meet-
ing, members filled Christmas
boxes with miscellaneous articles
and signed Christmas cards to be
sent to Gulf County boys in Viet
Mrs. Jim Beaman'and Mrs. Bill
Ake agreed to spearhead work on
a float to be entered in the Christ-
mas parade on December 3, and
they will be calling on Jayceettes
The group spent most of the
evening making and stuffing toy
animals -for the Jaycee Toys for
Tots project. Credit is due Mrs.
Ruel Whitehurst and Mrs. Prevatt
for cutting and sewing several toys
before the meeting so that all
members could go right to work"
Door prize's were won by Mrs.
Parrott, Mrs. Hanlon and Mrs. Har-
All members are asked to look
forward to the December meeting,
which will be especially busy and
important. Not only will officers
Region 10 meeting of the Cosme-
tologists Association in Greenville,
South Carolina had a good repre-
sentation of Florida Cosmetolo-
gists. One hundred twenty NHCA
members attended a two day edu-
cational program in which open
discussion was the most informa-
tive of all. Reports were given on
retail development in beauty pa-
lons, state hair fashion commission,
advanced cosmetology courses,
state legislature responsibilities of
state association and many others.
All four states of the district,
including North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia and Florida had
their members appointed for these
One of the main points expres-
sed by the National President,
Gaines Pressly, and the hair fash-
ion committee chairman, Porter
.Bailey was for all cosmetologists
to set aside personal feelings.
Combining professional service
and efforts to make the profession
even greater than ever before.
Region 10 will have its meeting
in 1967 in Panama City, nd Affil-
iate No. 6, which includes Port St.
Joe will host cosmetologists from
neighboring states coming to, the
Members from Florida attending
the South Carolina meeting in-
cluded Fred Poland, Judy Poland,
Hilda Cogdill, Helene Ferris, Clair-
-ice Dew, Charles Dew, Edward Mc-
Donald, Woody Ringler, Porter
Bailey, Ruth Blackmore, Ovida
Mewsier, Ivey Nestoff, Hershel
Little, Shirley Belle Blake.
Sock Hop Planned
For Junior High
The Teen Club and Jr. Tri-Hi-Y
Club are sponsoring a sock hop
Saturday night at the high school
gym for all seventh, eighth an('
ninth grade students between the
hours of 8:00 and 11:00 p.m.
Admission will be 35c stag and
50c drag. A band will be on hand
to provide music.
Sponsors are Mrs. Katherine Iv-
ey, Mrs. Jacque Price and several
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966 PAGE FIVE
Garden Club Sale Reading Program Introduced for
Planned for Saturday Student Who "Doesn't like To Read"
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will have a sale of articles suitable The reading program which was personality and intelligence.
for Christmas gifts, Saturday: De- begun this year is basically trying As difficulties are identified
cember 3 in the St. Joe Hardware to reach the "reluctant reader"- dividual students are sched
Company appliance building. that is, the student who doesn't for help in a reading class.
Items for sale will include ap- space at present is limited, w
rons, cakes, candy, white elephants like to read (probably because he spareduces at present is limitedhe number of stu
and various other items. doesn't read well) and as a result who are able to utilize the restu
Proceeds from the sale will be is not achieving up to his capacity facility. Some take reading
added to the building fund. in academic subjects. time, but since it carries no c
A ^nrimatelv '75 students who most are on a part-time basis.
when you wear an
OTC abdominal belt
were noted to have problems in close cooperation between aca-
subject areas, have been checked demic, enrichment and physical
by, the reading teacher. This diag- education teachers, more than 30
nosis may include, not only read- students are actively engaged in
ing as such-comprehension, vo- the program at present. And, of
cabulary, speed, word analysis, course, as one student is helped
etc., but vision, hearing, auditory and leaves the program, another
and visual perception, aptitude, always takes his place.
LADIES INVITED TO ATTEND
MISSION STUDY TONIGHT
Ladies of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church are invited to attend
the Mission Study being held to-
night at 7:30 at the church. The
book, "Beneath the Himalayas",
will be taught.
Refreshments will be served.
Visit In Samson, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Watts, Sr.,
visited recently with Mr. and Mrs.
Oakland Ard at Jay, and Mrs. Wil-
liam Ard in Samson, Ala.
Visits With Parents
David Jones, who is studying at
Jacksonville University, and his
cousin Buddy Farmer of Jackson-
ville, were the holiday guests of
David's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
GOLDEN AGERS WILL MEET
MONDAY IN CHASON HOME
The Golden Agers will meet
Monday, December 5 at 7:00 p.m.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Chason for their Christmas party.
A covered dish supper and gift
exchange will be enjoyed by those
Visit In Blountstown
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheffield and
Donnie of Port St. Joe and Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Borgioli of Boca Raton
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. Jackie Sheffield in Blounts-
Visit In Ocala
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ford spent
the week end with Mrs. Ford's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brown in
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Mrs. J. L. Temple, standing, is being served tea by her daughter
[rs. Elmore Godfrey at a tea in her honor held in the home of Mr.
nd Mrs. J. Lamar Miller Tuesday morning. The Temples are mov-
ig from Port St. Joe' to Warren, Arkansas in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gene Dash-
er of Apalachicola, announce the
,birth of a son, Michael Eugene, No-
Mr. and Mrs. James Milton Hat-
field, East Point, announce the
birth, of a son, Matthew Mark, No-
Mr .and Mrs. Harold Busby Keels
Sr., 613 Marvin Avenue announce
the birth of a son, Harold Busby,
Jr., November 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lee Myers,
Ward Ridge, announce the birth
of a daughter, Leigh Anna, Novem-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Mc-
Cloud, 286 Avenue ;C, announce
the birth of a daughter, Vetta La-
naie, November 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Early Lewis, Sr.,
156 Avenue E, announce the birth
of a daughter, Roslind Chitung,
All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
'SP4 David R. Musselwhite and
Mrs. David R. Musselwhite for-
merly of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of a 6 pound, 8 ounce boy,
named David Craig Musselwhite,
born on November 20 at Fort Stew-
art Army Hospital. Mrs. Mussel-
white is the former Mildred Till-
man. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Tillman and Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite also for-
mer residents of Port St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Parker and
Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Gut-
,shall and children of' Perry and
Clyde Parker and daughter, Pam
of Port St. Joe were the Thanks-
giving dinner guests of their sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Y. Zipperer.
CUBE STEAK lb. 89c
Ground Beef 3 lbs. $1.29
PORK CHOPS lb. 39c
Budget Brand Sliced
-'lb. 45c BACON -- 3 Ibs. $1.00
GOLD CROSS, TALL CANS Limit 7 Cans Please
MILK 7 cans $1.00
Lace 4 Roll Pkgs. *
TISSUE -------pkg. 25c
Lykes 12 Oz. Can
Corned Beef -- 49c
Happy Kids Qt. Jar
'Peanut Butter -- jar 59c
Stokely Cut 303 Cans
BEETS -----2 cans 25c
Southern Choice. No. 10 Jug-Limit 1 with $10.00 Order
Oak Hill No. 2V2 Cans
PEACHES 2 cans 49c
Hunt's 20 Oz. Btl.
CATSUP------- btl. 25c
JUICE --------can 29c
FLOUR -----... 10 Ibs. 79c
Mayonnaise -..-__ qt. 49c
LETTUCE -----head 19c
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966
PAGE SiX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R. Brown,
Jr., announce the engagement of
their daughter, Sandra Leigh,
to A-2C Boyd B. Underwood,
Airman. Underwood is the .son
of Rev. and Mrs. Boyd B. Under-
wood, Sr., of Pensacola, Florida,
formerly of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be an event
of March 25 at 4:00 P.M., in the
First Presbyterian Church. No
invitations are being sent, but
all friends of the couple are in-
"The Royal Hearts" Sunday
school class of the First Baptist
Church held -its regular monthly
meeting in the home of Mrs. N. D.
Baldwin, 1314 McClellan Avenue
Tuesday night with Mrs. Baldwin
and Mrs. D. E. White as joint host-
The meeting was opened with
prayer and scripture reading and
then the minutes of the last meet-
ing read and current business dis-
cussed. Those present voted to
change the regular monthly meet-
ing from the fourth Tuesday night
to the fourth Monday night as it
is more convenient for all mem-
bers to attend on the fourth Mon-
After a lively discussion of sev-
eral items of business, the meet-
ing was closed with prayer after
%which Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs.
White served delicious refresh-
ments to the following members:
Mrs. J C. Culpepper, Mrs. Merle
Owens, Mrs. George Davis, Mrs.
SW. B Richardson, a guest, Miss
Sherry White and Mr. Baldwin.
The next regular monthly meet-
ing will be held in the home of
Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, 529 Seventh
Street. All members are especially
urged to be present as several
items of great importance need to
be attended to.
Fite Children Home
Miss JoAnn Fite, student at FSU
Tallahassee and Miss Martha Fite,
student at the University of South
Florida in Tampa and Bill Fite,
who is attending the Providence
School of Nursing in Mobile spent
Thanksgiving with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fite.
Art Exhibit To Be Held In Port St. Joe
A special art exhibit of oil was the first president of the Pan-
paintings will be in Port St. Joe ama City Art Association. He is
beginning Friday, December 2 to also a member of the Florida Fed-
Sunday, December 11; hours will eration of Art, and the Pensacola
be from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Art Association in addiiton to the
and from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Panama City Art Association. He
afternoons. The art show will be started art classes in the Adult
held in Charles Browne's building and Vocation School in Panama,
next to Christo's. and has taught art in Bay County
S. for 12 years. Mr. Chithester has
The paintings are originals of paintings in almost every state and
James Chichester, -a noted artist some foreign countries.
from Panama City. Mr. Chichester
came to Panama City in 1952 and Some of his outstanding work
to be shown on December 2 to 11
will be: The Seven Days of Crea-
tion and twelve 'Bible scenes on
three by four foot canvasses. The
twelve Biblical pictures start with
Noah building the Ark up through
Chirst's crucifixion on the Cross.
Each picture is beautifully depict-
ed and very realistic.
Take this opportunity to come
on one or all of the days mentioned
above and see this exhibit.,
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Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop Names
Corps of Workers for Next Three Months
The Marking Committee of the
Hospital Auxiliary consists of three
members who work one day.a week
and pick up contributions from the
public when called. They each
work for a three month period.
Each quarter these women select
the day they can most conveniently
contribute their services at the
Thrift Shop for marking purposes.
Beginning December 1, t h e
Thrift Shop marking day will be
Wednesday from 9:00 until 11:00
a.m. The members of the commit-
tee are: Miss Gertrude Boyer, 229-
3671; Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., 227-
7421 and Mrs. Leo Shealy, 227-
Saturday workers for December,
January and February are as fol-
December 3-Mrs. Ferrell Allen,
Mrs. Al Hargraves and'Mrs. Milton
December 10-Mrs. Cecil Costin,
Jr., Mrs. Frank Barnes and Mrs.
December 17-Mrs. Dave May,
Mrs. Charles Lowry and Mrs. John
December 31-Mrs. Frank Pate,
Mrs. Ed Ramsey and Mrs. Otis
January 7-Mrs. Jean Atchison,
Mrs. Joe Parrott and Mrs. Bob
January 14-Mrs. Hubert Rich-
ards, Mrs. Blakely Thomason and
Mrs. Al Hargraves.
January 21-Mrs. Henry Camp-
bell, Mrs. M. F. Kirshner and Mrs.
January 28--Mrs. Pete Ivey, Mrs.
James Guilford, Sr., and Mrs. Jonia
By GILDA GILBERT
Congrats to Football Team student body
The student body would like to luck and ho
extend a hearty congratulations to a season of
the 1966 football team and the proud.
coaches for the fine season they
had this year. The football team, Replac
along with the student body, dis- Mr. Wuth
played a great amount of school Guilford for
spirit and together made this foot- school year.
ball season one of which we can to Port St.
all be proud as well as one of the attended.-co]
best St. Joe High School has had of Florida a
in quite a while.
Basketball Season Begins Report ca
With the close of football sea- Thursday af
son, basketball will soon be going Students' are
in full swing. Starting this Friday as soon as p
night, the Sharks will play Altha ents have si
here with the Junior Varsity-game
beginning at 7:00 p.m. and the var- Al
sity game beginning at 8:00 p.m. Scholastic
Saturday night the Sharks will be given in
travel to Panama City to play the cember 3. T
Rutherford High Rams. On Tues- dent must
day the Sharks will play Apalachi- previously a
cola here at 7:00 and 8:00 p.m. The tance ticket
y wishes the team good
pe that they will have
which we all may be
es Mrs. Guilford
rich has replaced Mrs.
the remainder of the
Mr. Wuthrich comes
Joe from Arcadia. He
llege at the University
and received a degree.
rds will be given out
afternoon in homeroom.
e asked to return them
possible after their par-
* Aptitude Tests will
n Panama City on De-
'o take this test, a stu-
have registered for it
Lnd received his admit-
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"
February 4-Mrs. Leo Shealey,
Mrs. Charles Brock and Mrs. Al-
February 11-Mrs. W. L. Alt-
staetter, Mrs. R. H. McIntosh and
Mrs. Bob King.
February 18-Mrs. Dick Lamber-
son, Mrs. Walter Robinson and
Mrs. Phillip Chatham.
February 25-Mrs. Milton Ander-
son, Mrs. Tommy Hutchins and
Mrs. John Rich.
Coffee 'Is Planned
Mrs. John Robert Smith, Hospi-
tal Auxiliary president, announces
that invitations are being mailed
today to all Hospital Auxiliary
members for a Bundles Coffee to
be held Tuesday, December 6 at
10:00 a.m. in the Board Room of
the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospi-
Members are asked to bring a
"bundle" of items to be sold at
the Thrift Shop which is operated
by the Auxiliary for the benefit
of the hospital. Articles suitable
for Christmas are especially need-
Suggested for "bundles" are
toys, games, stuffed animals, kit-
chen items, linens, jewelry, pic-
tures, Christmas decorations, any
white elephants or what-nots, and
clothing, particularly for children.
Mrs. Tommy Hutchins is Bundles
Coffee Chairman; Mrs. Paul Fen-
Gulf County Men's League
Monday night saw Glidden and
St. Joe, Lanes do battle on lanes
1 and 2 with Glidden 'taking all
four points. Joe Davis was tops for
Glidden with 537 series and game
of 213. A. D. Strickland added a
519. For St. Joe Lanes, it was
Wayne Smith with a 476.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Vitro Villians
drop 4 to Jr. Foo dStore. Jr. Food
had Joel Barbee high with 506. For
the Villians it was Bill Walker
On Lanes 5 and 6, Cooper Chev-
rolet took three from Vitro Laun-
chers. Cooper had three men over
500. Tops was Winton. Ferrell with
a 562 series and 213 game. Virgil
Daniels had a 547 and Joe Rich-
ards a 514.' The Launchers were
behind Gary Manz and Bill Grape
with 532 and 509 respectively.
On lanes 7 and 8, 13 Mile took
three from Sunshine Grocery. Rob-
ert Montgomery led 13 Mile with
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Postmaster Says Only Tw
Days Left Til Christmas,
Postmaster Chauncey Costin re-
minded Port St. Joe mail delivery
area residents today that there
are only 20 mailing days before
While that may seem like a long
time to most people, it is fright-
eningly short to those of us in the
Postal Service, he said. Postmaster
General Lawrence F. O'Brien has
predicted that well over eight bil-
lion pieces of mail must be deliv-
ered between now and Christmas
Eve, a new record.
We are asking everyone to start
thinking about their Christmas
shopping and mailing now. If all
the holiday mail were to hit the
postal system at one time, it is
a 493 series. George Turnage was
high for Sunshine with a 404.
Standings W L
Jr. Food Store ------ 32
13 Mile Oyster ------- 311A
Glidden Co. ---28
Cooper Motor ----- --28
Vitro Villians -------23
Vitro Launchers ------ 22Y%
St. Joe .Lanes -------21
Sunshine Grocery .... 6
obvious that we'd have difficulty
in delivering every piece on time.
Mailing early and spreading the
mail flow out along the entire pre-
Christmas season is the key to
better mail service at this time of
Last year the public cooperation
was "tremendous" according to Mr.
Costin. Virtually every piece of
holiday mail was delivered before
Christmas Day. This year with in-
can mail earlier too. Be sure to
have enough boxes, tape, string
w.. nW .. ...* and wrapping paper on hand.
e ** Nts Wrap your packages well and in-
IV t clude sufficient padding. Remem-
G ives lber that your parcel may be ship-
ped in a mail sack with a set of
creased volume because of the con- encyclopedia riding on top. In-
tinuing strength of the economy clude a card or piece of paper in-
we are hoping to see that fine co- side the parcel with your name
operative spirit again, and address and that of the per-
son you are mailing the parcel to
The Postmaster offered these in case the wrapping should come
mailing tips. Use ZIP Codes on all off. Address your parcels and,
mail, as ZIP Codes are more im- greeting cards so they can be for-
portant than ever this year. Pre- warded or returned if the recipient
pare your gift list right away since has moved and left no address. In-
the earlier you do your shopping clude your return address on the
the better chance you have to get envelope. Most important, mail
the merchandise you want, and you early.
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966
Achievements At Old Cemetery Listed
By Committee; Bothered By Vandalism
Some weeks ago a statement planted on either side of the ceme-
AB..Aw AA..!.. hI..m&:...... uLR dA, Asa^LL
IVirs. IVIumie LUTISSU
Passes Away In Loc
Mrs. Mamie Lutissee Nichols,
age 66, passed away Friday, No-
v ember 25 at 4:40 a.m. in a local
hospital. She was a resident of
Mrs. Nichols is survived by her
husband, John Bynum Nichols of
Honeyville; one son, James W.
Mercer of St. Louis, Mo.; five
grandchildren; three step daugh-
ters, Mrs. Maggie Ward and Mrs.
Audrey Vincent, both "of Panama
City and Mrs. Valley Singleton of
Tallahassee; her mother, Mrs. J.
J. Walker of Oak Grove; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Eva Pate and Mrs. Jew-
ell Pittman both of Oak Grove and
Mrs. Myrtle Williams of Port St.
Joe and one brother, Pavid Walker
of Colquitt, Ga.
Funeral services were held yes-
terday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from
the Assembly of God Church in
Oak Grove. Services were conduct-
ed by Rev. Clayton Wilkinson as-
sisted by Rev. Joe Taylor.
Active pallbearers were John,
ke nIcnoiU, RgeU o
Dawkins, Billy Joe Rish, Joel Lov-
ett, Counts Goodman, Jonathan
Glass and Nelson Gardner.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Visit In Mississippi
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith
spent the holidays in Moss Point,
Miss., visiting their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairley.
Ken Dykes Home
Ken Dykes, student at Florida
State University, arrived home
last Wednesday to spend Thanks-
giving with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. N. E, Dykes of Ward Ridge.
Visitors from Orlando
Mr. and Mrs.- Brian Sanders and
sons, Tristan and Carter, of Or-
lando, and Chesley Fensom, stu-
dent at Auburn University, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Fensom during the Thanksgiving
was given out as to the plans of
the St. Joseph Historical Society
for the Old St. Joseph Cemetery
and at the most recent meeting,
held in the City Hall, Saturday,
November 12, Mrs. R. H. Brinson,
who heads this committee, issued
the following report of actual ac-
complishment up to this time:
1. Sandspurs, were dug up and
burned. Dead branches were re-
moved from shrubbery and trees.
white to correspond with the reg-
istration booth house.
2. Fertilizer and straw were put
around shrubbery and trees and
the four flower beds.
3. Additional drainage pipe and
oyster shells were put down in the
turn around area.
4. A registration booth was built
inside the cemetery to encourage
visitors to register so that a daily
record may be kept.
5. The pump house was painted
6. One green bird stand was pur-
chased and placed in the center of
the proposed circular walk.
7. Twelve registered hybrid tea
roses were bought and placed in a
circle around the bird bath.
Two tall evergreen trees, eight
azaleas were bought to replace
9. Two cocas Australian trees
were donated by Jim Cooper and
White City Baptists
The First Baptist Church of
White City has organized a YWA
The girls met with their leader,
Mrs. E. L. Antley. Officers were
elected as follows: president, Ca
they Jamison; vice president, Lin
da Terry; secretary-treasurer, Su
sanne Antley; program chairman
Sharon Davis; social and commun
ity missions chairman, Dianne
Goodman; publicity chairman and
historian, Charlotte Williams; mis
sion study chairman, Regina Shi
rah; prayer chairman, Rita Ras
mussen; stewardship chairman
Dorothy Terry; pianist, Sharon Da
vis and song leader, Dianne Good-
The YWA's plan to meet once
Attend' Football Game
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Curry attend-
ed the FSU-Maryland football
game in Tallahassee last Saturday
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ST. JOE NATURAL GAS
ALL OTHER INTERESTED
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Florida Public Service Commission,
- a Commission Member appointed
- by said Commission, or an Examin-
er designated by said Commission,
will hold a public hearing at 10:00
A.M., Tuesday, December 13, 1966,
in the City Commission Room in
the City Hall, Port St. Joe, Flor-
DOCKET NO. 8702-GU
On the amended application of
St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc.,
for approval of revised rates and
charges for natural gas furnished
to its customers, which would re-
I sult in increased rates and charges
for virtually all types of customers
served by said utility.
A comparison of the presently
effective rates and those proposed
by the Company for approval by
the Commission in this proceed-
ing, Amended Appendix A, was
attached to the notice of hearing
dated November 10, 1966, and re-
mains a part of this notice.
At said time and place all inter-
ested parties will be given an op-
portunity to be fully heard.
By DIRECTION of Chairman Ed-
win L. Mason, Commissioner Jerry
W. Carter and Commissioner Wil-
liam T. Mayo, as and constituting
the Florida Public Service Com-
mission, this 28th day of Novem-
BOLLING C. STANLEY
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the City Commission will meet
on December 20, 1966, at 8:00 p.m.
to hear objections to the confirma-
tion of the Sewer Assessment Roll
on Lots 1 thru 4, Block 70 and
Lots 2 thru 7, Block 71.
C. W. BROCK 2t
City Auditor and Clerk
NOTICE TO BID
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida
will receive sealed bids on the fol-
lowing item at the City Clerk's
Office, City Hall, Port St. Joe,
Florida, until 12:00 o'clock noon,
E.S.T., December 20, 1966:
50 TON CHILLER PACKAGED
Water Chiller is to be a horizon-
tal, package model, completely fac-
tory-assembled, containing com-
pressor, insulated chiller, and con-
denser, and controls on a single
base, Capacity is to be 50 tons,
chilling 190 G.P.M. of 55' F water
to 45' F at a condensing tempera-
ture of 107' F when supplied with
126 G.P.M. of condensing water at
87' F. Refrigerant is to be F-22.
This equipment is to be completely
installed and tested out according
to manufacturers specifications
and recommendations. All prices
to include installation in the Muni-
cipal Hospital, Port St. Joe. Equip-
ment must be installed and in op-
eration within 60 days from Bid
Award. Final adjustments to be
made at approach of warm season
upon notification of user. Detailed
Specifications are available upon
request. Bids must be marked
"Bid No. 42".
The City of Port St. Joe re-
serves the right to accept or re-
ject any or all bids received.
C. W. BROCK 3t
12-1 City Auditor and Clerk
Buster Brown Legear
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years, where he worked in the
Container Division. He was born
Legear is survived by his wife,
Carrie Legear; two daughters, Mrs.
George Hunter of Highland View
and Mrs. Thomas A. Workman of
Fort Benning, Ga.; three brothers,
Shelton Adkison of Wewahitchka,
Sgt. Thomas I. Adkison of Fort
Bragg, N. C. and Carlos W. Adki-
son of Pensacola; one sister, Mrs.
Grover Floyd, St. Joe Beach; 14
Casketbearers will be Jake Peak,
Clayton Coker, Earl Peak, Dewey
Davis, Roy Mayhand and Robert
Honorary bearers will be By-
rous Gortman, Carlos' Harbuck,
Wilton Stanley,! Ross Hudson, T.
W. Davis and Leonard Belin.
Mr. Legear's remains will lay in
state at his residence until 10:00
Prevatt Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
"Midget Investments With,
Visit With Griffins
Miss Brenda Perry, Fort Lauder-
dale, was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Griffin and other
friends during the week end.
Home from Georgia
Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham ar-
rived home Sunday after spending
Thanksgiving in Cairo, Ga., visiting
Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell and
Miss Linda Callahan, who is
studying at Lively Tech in Talla-
hassee, spent the holidays with her
mother, Mrs. Jewel Callahan.
Visit In Graceville
Mrs. N. D. Baldwin, Mrs. D. E.
White and Miss Sherry White vis-
ited Mrs. White's and Mrs. Bald-
win's mother and sister, Mrs. A.
J. Crutchfield and Miss Maude
Crutchfield in Graceville last Fri-
Visitor from Morton, Miss.
Miss Dena Rushing spent
Thanksgiving with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Rushing in
Newcomers to the Port St. Joe
community include Mr. and Mrs.
Parion Mims, 110 Second Avenue,
'NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
2 SHOWS Friday and Saturday
December 1 and 2
"This Is Swamp Country"
and a new Western
10. Two tall native palms were
planted in the front.
11. A group of native Spanish
bayonet trees were planted in a
circle in front of cemetery adja-
cent to the fence.
The Old Cemetery has been pla-
gued with malicious vandalism
recently. The bird bath has been
turned over and broken, heads bro-
ken off water faucets, nicks and
mars put on gravestones and mar-
kers disturbed. The committee has
spent a great deal of time and
money on this project and appeals
to the citizens of the area to try
to dissuade any further acts of
vandalism at the old cemetery.
$200.00 Damages in
Approximately $200.00 damages
were inflicted on a 1964 Plymouth
Sunday afternoon in an accident
six miles South of Port St. Joe on
Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy
told The Star that the auto, driven
by 'Byron Richard Lovett of Port
St. Joe was traveling toward Port
St. Joe at approximately 40 miles
per hour when the auto apparently
skidded on the wet pavement on a
curve. The auto traveled 74 feet
and side-swipped a power pole. It
then skidded 45 more feet and
stopped in a ditch.
Passengers in the auto were
Donald Capps and/Mike Burkett,
both of Port St. Joe. No injuries
resulted from the accident.
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: Furnished 4-bedroom,
2 story house. Can be bought like
rent. 1 bath, large living room, ex-
tra nice kitchen and dining area,
filtered water system. Now rented.
Seen by appointment only. 1%I
blocks from water at Beacon Hill.
Phone 648-4781. tfc-11-10
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 SALE: 2 bedroom house on
Marvin Ayenue. MVst see to ap-
preciate. Lt' 75x15. For all infor-
mation call 227-4611.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath,
concrete block home on-Marvin
Avenue; carport, well for watering
lawn, high elevation, desirable
neighborhood. Reasonably priced.
Call any reasonable hour 9-5466 or
after 6 p.m. 9-4691. tfc-11-24
FOR SALE: House on 9th Street.
A good home. Reasonable. Call
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 home, lo-
cated on corner lot in nice
neighborhood. Two carports with
utility rooms. Phone 227-8021. tfc
FOR 'SALE: On man-made canal
at beautiful Mexico Beach: 3
bedrooms, 2 full baths, built-in
kitchen, dining and living room
combination, large screened porch,
utility room and carport. The
hbuse has central cooling and heat-
ing. Two sides of lot adjoins canal.
A cement walk and steps lead to
the floating dock. A perfect place
for boat. Owner has taken job in
another state. Good buy. P. 0. Box
956, Port St. Joe. Phone 229-
low as $100 down
LOW down payment
LOW monthly payment
PAY like rent
SHORT payment period
Waterfront on Bay. Four
miles South on Hwv 30.
Large lot and immediate
Call Collecd Nowl
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
..... Use em
FOR SALE: 265. gallon capacity
fuel oil tank. Good condition.
Call R. H. Brinsqn, 229-4171.,
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete
block home on Westcott Circle.
Reasonable. Call 227-7481.
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: Attractive 1 bedroom
furnished apartment. Couples
only. Phone 227-4261 or 648-4600.
FOR RENT: Furnished house, new-
ly decorated. 1004 Garrison Ave-
FOR SALE: 17' fibreglass Aristo-
Craft boat with 80 hp motor and
Weko trailer. Contact it. F. Max-
well at the AP. tfc-10-27
FOR SALE: Mahan pecans. New
crop. See A. H. Matthews, Phone
FOR SALE: 6 gas heaters, 25,000
BTU with all fittings. Complete.
$25.00 each. Gulf Sands Court, St.
Joe Beach. 11-3
SELL KNAPP SHOES part or full
time. Earn $25 to $150 a week
on high commissions and bonus.
Steady year-round business. Equip-
ment furnished. Write to R. L.
Johnson, Knapp Shoes, Brockton,,
ATTENTION HUNTERS: Limited
I number of army field jackets.
Arnold's Furniture and TV. tfc
FOR SALE: Used Television sets.
Some with new picture tubes.
For fast, efficient TV service call
ARNOLD'S FURNITURE and TV.
Phone 229-3611. tfc-12-1
nue. Call 227-7636. tfc-11-17 FOR SALE: Used TV's. Good con-
dition. $39.95 and up. ST. JOE
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished RADIO and TV. Phone 227-4081.
apartment. Nicely decorated.
Close to town. Phone 229-4171. RADIO, TV REPAIR. For fast and
efficient service call Heath Ra-
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- dio and TV, 205 Duval St., Oak
ed house, $60.00 per month. 212 Grove. Phone 227-5019. All work
Ninth Street. Phone 227-4551. Grove. Phoe 227-509. All work
FOR RENT: Large house at St. Joe FACTORY AUTHORIZED KIRBY
Beach. 3 bedroom, living room, Distributing Company is located
2 glass enclosed porches, heated at 302 Third Street. All brands of
by gas and two fireplaces. Avail. hoses and parts for all makes and
able Nov. 7. Families with children models vacuums. Short time only,
used vacuums, $5.00 and up. Call
and pets welcome. Call 227-4611, 227-3841.
Bob Ellzey. COLOR TELEVISION
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish- 19by 21"r PHICO
ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea- ewaiiable for immediate delivery
sonable monthly rates. Call 227- ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7 Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave,
FOR SALE: 1958 Austin Healy LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A.
Sprite, will bargain. Electran re- diet Talbets. ONLY 98c at Camp-
circulating heater, fits in wall. 17 bell's Drugs.
foot Magnolia fiberglass boat with
50 hp. Johnson electric, skis, etc., GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
full Coast Guard equipment. Carl altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
Guilford, 227-2511 or 227-4221. Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
FOR SALE: 1966 Motorola port- trade. Am ro. Phone 648-4045 or
able TV with stand. Pay $150.00 see Red Carter, St. Joe ach.
cash or assume payments of $11.91 JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
monthly. Call 227-8312. tfc-12-1 ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
FOR SALE: Range and refrigerator made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
in good condition. $100.00 takes ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
in good condition. $100.00 takesanteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
them both. Phone 648-4860. tfc Phne229-2272. tfc
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
FOR A man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR,
GOOD DEAL ANE AGENCY, across from the
Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
G O OD DEAw L tance Moving. Free Estimates.
On A New SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
OK USED CAR
Jim Cooper Motor Co.
Used Car Dept.
Mon. Ave. Phone 227-7976
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.
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular con.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. Ill, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
RALPH SWATTS, SR., W.M
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Now Thanksgiving is over and
most of us will be looking for
Christmas presents. At least, we
Everyone has to think of and
look for so many different kinds
of gifts. Just knowing where some
of these can be found will help.
And right here in Port St. Joe!
Have you stopped in the St. Joe
Furniture and Appliance Store
lately? They'have a new selection
of Barca-Lounger recliners, the
world renouned recliner. Good se-
selection of colors. Also the largest
collection of Tell City rockers in
this area. Many finishes and de-
signs. Just try one and speak-
ing of luggage, the St. Joe Furni-
ture ,recommends Aero-Pak and
Samsonite. Go in and look around
and let John Blount show you
some real pretty furniture. He real-
ly has it.
You would be saving yourself a
lot of trouble by stopping in, Buz-
zett's Drug Store and looking at
the display of Feberge fragrances.
Those Faberge candles are ideal
gifts and smell so good. Your
whole house will benefit. And the
Helena Rubenstein cosmetics .
really first class. For that man who
loves his pipe,,just go in Buzzett's
and see his selection-Medico,
Kaywoodie and Yellow Bowl.
Have you made up your mind
about that color TV for Christmas?
Well, if so, just look at St. Joe Ra-
dio and TV Company. They have a
real good selection of RCA and
Philco color TV. Also they have
beautiful Philco Stereo with AM
and FM tuner. What' better gift
for the whole family?
Boyles Department Store is real-
ly full of most anything you might
want in the clothing line. Holiday
dresses, silver shoes and pretty
evening bags. Fashionable sports-
I nus Jdiln
By REV. BIL
The Bible truth which we will
deal with today is directed mainly
to the school board, teachers,
storekeepers, parents and young
people. The purpose being is to call
our attention to the fact that the
provider and buyer, as well as the
reader of today's literature are
equally responsible to the Lord
for the quality of reading material
offered to the public'today.
That which is looked upon plays
an extremely important part in
the moulding of the character of
our youth of today. Much of that
which is coming off our printing
presses today is solely trash. We,
as leaders, need to be aware of
wour responsibility to the Lord for
safeguarding the minds and hearts
of our young people.
In Psalms 101:2, 3 we read: "I
will behave myself wisely in a
perfect way. 0 when wilt thou
come unto me? I will walk within
my house with a perfect way. 0
when wilt thou come unto me? I
will walk within my house with a
perfect heart. I will set no wicked
thing before mine eyes: I hate the
work of them that turn aside'; it
shall not cleave to me." Notice
how behaving wisely and a perfect
heart is linked with no wicked
thing before the eyes. Then look
on our news stands and in our book
stores. You will see, from comic
books for children to adult reading
material, suggestive pictures and
stories available for anyone that
has the price pricenof the copy.
The seller, living on such a
source for income, must share the
fruit of what is reaped.
In Matthew 6:22, 23 we read the
following: "The light of the body
is the eye: if therefore thine eye
be single thy whole body shall be
full of light. But if thine eye be
evil, thy whole body shall be full
of darkness. If therefore the light
that is in thee be darkness, how
great is that darkness!"
Darkness is often used to refer
to evil and the kingdom of the evil
one, Satan. Such can be well ap-
plied here. Our eyes being windows
transmit to us information which
makes us what we are. Our eyes
can transmit the light of the know-
ledge of Christ. By this we can
know Christ as our Saviour and
go on to be a beacon light for
Christ in the presence of others
who need him.
On the other hand, our eyes can
,transmit the light of the know-
wear for the ladies and girls and
children too. And for the men and
boys, just go upstairs in Boyles'
and you will find a complete men's
store. If you want to see something
pretty for the ladies, ask to see
the nylon knit robes, pajamas and
gowns in those luscious new col-
ors especially watermelon.
Thames Jewelry has so many
pretty things to look at when you
walk into their store. Have you
seen the personalized plates, in
other words, silhouette plates?
Large and small sets.' Three day
delivery service on this item so
look at these early. Another
Thames suggestion Speidel
watch bands and British Sterling
for men. Enough said!
If you need Christmas tree dec-
orations of all kinds stop in the
Western Auto. Gift wrapping ga-
lore and worlds of records of all
kinds; hit 45 RPM's, long play,
Christmas records and children's
records. And if a guitar is what
you are looking for, look no more
just ask at Western Auto because
they have guitars in all sizes and
styles, regular and electric and
amplifiers. Also toys to please all.
Just go and see what a big selec-
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Temple are
moving soon to Warren, Arkansas.
The ladies of the WSCS of the Me-
thodist Church gave a coffee Tues-
day morning ,for Mrs. Temple at
the home of Mrs. J. :Lamar Miller.
The many friends of the Temples
hate to see them leave and will
look forward to their visits back
Margie and Bill Carr have mov-
ed into the former Harry Saunders
home. Now, Margie will be busy.
Also, Marie and Chauncey Cos-
tin are moving into the Bill Carr
home. So nice for all.
CaN&TL.. I E
1 i ne LUou
ledge of darkness and close our
hearts to the saving knowledge of
Christ. A Christian can lead a
defeated, useless life by spending
his time and money on reading ma-
terial that is dishonoring to the
Lord. God has recorded in His
word i the profitable approach to'
reading material. We are to read
those things which promote a God
Dear Christian, read carefully
Philippians 4:8: "Finally, brethren,
whatsoever things, are true, what-
soever things are honest, whatso-
ever things are pure, whatsoever
things are lovely, whatsoever
things are of good'report; if there
be any virtue, and if there be any
praise, think on these things."
God's will for us is to have a
clean heart and a clean mind. This
will produce a clean and a prof-
itable life. This will give us the
ability to choose the Lord's will in
all things, happily! Know for a
surety how great a part our eyes
play in our having clean hearts and
minds. Let us be careful what we
teach, sell and buy in the way of
reading material. 'Everyone needs
Christ as their Saviour, and they
have only this life in which to
know Him. Trashy reading mater-
ial will lead you and others away
from the Saviour. Take care Time
is short and eternity sure!
Your questions and comments
are welcome. Address your reply
to Thus Saith the Lord, care of
The Star, Port St. Joe.
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PAGE TWELVE THM E [AK, ,Pro"rr r. Joe, rI usr a u ... .., u.-..r .- ., .
Social Security Applicants
Must Be Able To Prove Age
Nearly every individual applying
for Social Security benefits must
be able to establish his correct
age, John V. Carey, District Man-
ager of the Panama City, Social
Security Office said this week. Re-
lationship must be established for
all of the worker's dependents who
are to draw Social Security checks.,
. Of course, an original birth cer-
tificate is the best proof of age-and
'relationship, Carey continued. How-
ever, very few people in this area
-who are of retirement age-have
original birth cretificates. There
are many old records which may be
acceptable to establish a correct
date of birth. Such records include
insurance policies, family Bible,
voter registrations, school records,
Federal census records, and many
others. The older the record the
better it is. Any two old records
may be sufficient provided there
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"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ........... 5:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 6:30 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
'VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
You can always count
on our pharmacist to /fi.
be available when you
need him, regardless of
the hour! And you can FS
depend on him for all
your other health
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination andis qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
COSMETICS FOR LADIES By Coty, Revelon, Harriett Hubbard
Ayer and Danna
COSMETICS FOR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GIFTS
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
are no changes on the records.
Generally, a birth certificate
should be available for a child fil-
ing a claim as a dependent, Carey
added. In addition to proving the
child's age, the birth certificate
will also prove the child's rela-
tionship to the worker on whose
record the Social Security claim
Marriage certificates are neces-
sary to establish the rights of
women to qualify for widow's So-
cial Security payments on the ba-
sis of a deceased husband's Social
Security record, Carey explained.
Although a marriage record may
not be required to establish rights
to wife's benefits or to other Social
Security benefits, the marriage re-
cord frequently can be used to es-
tablish age also. In this area, ages
have been recorded on marriage
licenses since about 1920.
Never delay filing a Social Se-
curity claim because you do not
have these proofs, Carey conclud-
ed. Retirement and medicare
claims should be filed about three
months in advance of retirement,
so as to allow sufficient time to
obtain necessary records if you
don't have them. Likewise a dis-
ability claim should be filed as
soon as it is known that your dis-
ability will prevent you from do-
ing any type of work for a long
period of time into the future. Al-
ways contact your nearest Social
Security office for full details on
any Social Security or medicare
matter. The Social Security office
for this area is located at 1135 Har-
rison Avenue, Panama City, Flor-
ida 32401. The telephone number
is 763-5331. The office is open
Monday through- Thursday from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Fri-
day from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. ex-
cept on national holidays.
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as the Board of Adjustment,
according to the provisions of the
City Zoning Ordinance, will hold a
Public Hearing at the City Hall,
Port St. Joe, at 8:00 o'clock P.M.,
Tuesday, December 6, 1966, to de-
termine whether the City will au-
thorize a- variance from the terms
of Ordinance No. 5, being the Zon-
ing Ordinance of the City, for I.
W. Duren, Lots 11 and 13, Block
1001, on Avenue "A", Port St. Joe,
Florida, relating to Rear Yadrd re-
C. W. BROCK 2t
e City Auditor and Clerk
From the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice, November
10, 1966, I1 will no longer be respon-
sible for any debts other than those
incurred by me personally.
K JAMES A. COLVIN 4tp-11-10
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JIMMY'S PHILLIP'S 66
work and costuming is secured
from Army Surplus.
Lenox E. Williams, superinten-
dent, extends an invitation to all
Floridians and tourists, as well as
to neighboring Alabamians and
Georgians to come see this beauti-
ful panorama. The tour is free.
As of now only the big cables
A young artist with some of his inter-
esting cut-outs from the Christmas cam-
pus display at the Florida School for Boys
at Marianna. These characters from the
which power the motors and en-
hance the dazzle by furnishing
scores of spotlights with electricity,
plus a few motors and bits of
framework can be seen, but out of
the workshops between now and
the 16th will emerge all types of
astonishing sights to take their
places on opening night.
fairy tales and Mother Goose Rhymes will
appear on campus spotlighted for night
viewing beginning December 16.
For SAFE holiday travel
SImt ire '5ca' s o0 f ra
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passen r ir
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the safety and performance
features developed during
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deluxe features, including
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fenders, Bendix brake and
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as "Joy to the World," "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "Deck the f- F 9
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a Midnight Clear" and "Jingle Bells" as well as the most popular Stereo *4,98 ea.
Irish and English Christmas Carols. CUSTOMER ,
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
FAMO USM .:BATER IE S
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PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
Famous F.S.B. Christmas Display
Will Be Turned On December 16
MARIANNA-Lights will go on working on the displays, many of
here December 16 for the famous them motorized, which will be
animated Christmas campus dis- parts of the fantastic fairyland.
play at the Florida School for Boys, Most of the motors, wiring, frame-
the display now in its 18th year. -- ---
The more than two miles of pagen- -
try will spring to life at 5:00 P.M.
that evening and will delight both -
adults and children every night
through December 31. .
Thousands of visitors (over a
hundred thousand each of the last -
two years) will drive through the
grounds to see the new features
and the well-loved old scenes in
this Christmas wonderland.
Begun by Arthur G. Dozier when
he was superintendent to help com-
bat homesickness in the boys
away from home at Christmastime
for the first time, it has developed 0 .
into a spectacular which accom-
plishes both this-purpose and fur-
nishes many learning experiences
for the boys as well.
Dozier, now director of the Flor-
ida Division of Child Training
Schools, still finds this project tre- -
For months the instructors and
their crews of boys have been -"--
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966 PAGE T1IjIWTEEN
,- RICH'S IGA AT PORT ST.
COPELAND RANGER SLAB BACON
FIRST CUT Sliced and Center WHOLE SLAB
Ib. 39c Ib. 59c Ib. 49c
^ TABLERITE FRESH PORK SPECIALS
BOSTON PUTT FRESH
PORK STEAKS -------lb. 59c
CANADIAN B'ONELESS and
BUTTERFLY CHOPS --. b. 1.09
TENDERLOIN l-------b. 1.29
BONELESS ROLLED COTTAGE
PORK !ROAST l------ b. 69c
| SUPERIOR CLOVERLEAF
Boneless lb. 99
OUR BEST FRESH OUR OWN PAN
PORK A SAUSAGE 88
BACKBONE 49c, 3PO.UNDS
'PORK 'LOIN SPECIAL
Family Pack and
Center Chops Loin Chops WHOLE LOIN
Ib.69c ib.79c ib.59c
APALACHICOLA SUNNYLAND BEEF PATTY
FRESH 'PT. MINUTE STEAKS
OYSTERS 12FOR 59c
COPELAND DELICIOUS HERMAN QUICK FROZEN
CHOPPED LB. RIB EYE STEAK
SIRLOIN 69c DELMONICOS 99C
LB. PKG. --- -
-- HERMAN LUNCH MEAT SPECIALS --
1.38 Val.-2 Vac. Pkgs. CHOPPED
Cooked HAM 88c HAM 3 pkgs. 99c
SLICED BOLOGNA l----- b. 45c
SPICED LUNCHEON, LIVER LOAF, SALAMI,
BOLOGNA, PICKLE and OLIVE LOAF
"WHILE IT LASTS. .."
6 OUNCE 'PACKAGE
Southern Prize SLICED BACON lb. 59c
-- TABLERITE CHOICE BEEF --
lb. 65c, STEW BEEF lb. 69c
ROAST- lb. 69c
3 Ground Beef
- lb. 49c
FROZEN FOODS -
IGA ORANGE 6 OZ.
JUICE 6 cans $1.00
IGA 8 OZ.
POT PIES-- 5 for 99c
TURNOVERS --- pkg. 49c
NO. 7 BROILING
STEAK ------lb. 59c
* DAIRY SPECIALS *
BISCUITS 12 cans $1.00
OLEO --------lb. 29c
JUICE-----/2 gal. 49c
Dec. 1, 2, 3
Every selection in this ad has been
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you are particularly anxious to,
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Now Is the time to take advantage
of IGA added values.., see what
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KILN DRIED LARGE PECK
LARGE HEAD READY PREPARED
LETTUCE --- head 19c TOSS SALAD-- bag 35c
TENDER GREEN READY PREPARED
ONIONS 2 bchs. 29c COLE SLAW ---- bag 29c
SALAD CUKES or BELL PEPPERS ---b-- bag 19c
GA. GRADE "A" -'WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
1 Dozen LARGE EGGS FREE!
AJAX WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
BAMA WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
U. S. NO. 1 IRISH WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
POTATOES 10 lb. bag 39c
MAXWELL HOUSE WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
COFFEE 2 lb. can $1.29
- No. 10 jug 89c
SOFT WEVE-2 ROL LPKGS.
TISSUE -----4 pkgs. $1.00
BIG ROLLS SCOTT
LITTLE REB TALL CANS
DOG FOOD 13 cans $1.00
BOOK MATCHES- pkg. 10c
HUNT'S YELLOW CLING
4 NO. 2v2
IGA FRUIT 303 CANS
COCKTAIL _.__ 5 cans $1.00
ROSEDALE 303 CANS
PEAS -------6 cans $1.00
KRAFT 1,000 ISLAND 8 OZ.
SALAD DRESSING 2 for 69c
BROCK'S CHOC. COVERED 1 LB.
Peanuts, Clusters, Raisins 59c
SWIFT'S CANNED MEATS
15 OZ. SWIFT
15 OZ. SWIFT WITH BEANS
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24 OZ. SWIFT BEEF
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THESTA, ortSt Jo, lordaTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966
Minutes of The
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION
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
November 8, 1966
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date in regular session
with the following members pres-
ent: Leo Kennedy, vice chairman,
James C. Horton and T. D. Whit-
field. The Clerk, Deputy Sheriff,
Attorney, Road Superintendent and
Mosquito Control Supervisor were
The meeting came to order at
9:00 A.M. Commissioner Horton
opened the meeting with prayer.
The minutes of October 11, 1966,
were read, approved and adopted.
Pursuant to notice advertised ac-
cording to law the Board received
the following bids:
Bid-for 2 trucks: St. Joe Motor
Company offered two 1967, Ford
F-600 trucks as per specifications
with trade in on one 1966 and one
1959 two ton dump trucks at $8,-
Upon motion by Commissioner
Whitfield, seconded .by Commis-
sioner Horton and duly carried
that the bid from St. Joe Motor
Company be accepted; that' an Or-
der be placed for the two trucks
at $8,652.00, plus the trade-in of
the two old county trucks.
Bids for cement, reinforcing wire
and stee Ifor one year:
After consideration, there was
a motion by Commissioner Whit-
field, seconded by Commissioner
Horton, and duly carried, that the
County purchase its bulk cement
from St. Joe Materials, Inc., at
$4.14 per barrel; purchase all bag
cement from St. Joe Hardware
Company at $1.60 per bag; pur-
chase all -reinforced wire from
Fleming Brothers Machine Works,
Inc., as per bid ,and reinforced
steel from St. Joe Hardware Com-
pany as per bid.
The Board did then receive bids
for the construction of two fire
stations to be constructed at High-
land View and White City:
J. B. Homes, Inc., entered its
base bid at $24,880.00 with his
cashiers check in the amount of
$1,600.00 as bond attached to said
Harold R. Odom, architect, in-
spected said bid and then announ-
ced that the bid price did not
come within the amount of money
available under the law; he then
recommended that said bid be re-
jected and that the plans be revis-
ed in an effort to bring the con-
struction price down to the maxi-
mum funds available. Whereupon,
there was a motion by Commission-
er Whitfield, seconded by Commis-
sioner Horton and duly carried,
that said bid be rejected, that the
architect revise the plans and that
bids be received at a special meet-
ing, November 29, 1966 at 6:30
Pursuant to notice advertised ac-
cording to law, the Board called
for bids for the purchase of $20,-
000.00 revenue certificates dated
July 1, 1966. The Clerk reported
that no bids were received. Where-
upon, David C. Gaskin, president
of Wewahitchka State Bank and
Walter Dodson, president of Flor-
ida First National Bank at Port
St. Joe announced that they could
not enter a bid for said certificates
but due to the fact that no ibds
were received and to offer a ser-
vice to the county commissioners
and the citizens of Gulf County;
that said Banks will jointly nego-
tiate for the purchase of the $20,-
000.00 certificates providing there
is no other offer of any kind what-
soever. After being advised by the
attorney, the chairman invited
Mr. Gaskin and Mr. Dodson to
make the Board an offer for the
$20,000.00 certificate issue. Where-
upon, they offered to purchase the
certificates for the total sum- of
$20,000.00 at 5%% interest which
no accrued interest to be paid the
county; the Florida First National
Bank at Port St. Joe to be the
paying agent. The attorney was in-
structed to prepare the proper re-
solution for the sale of said certi-
ficates to the Wewahitchka State
Bank and the Florida First Na-
tional Bank at Port St. Joe.
The Small Claims Court filed its
monthly report for October show.
ing 31 cases filed. The Board ta-
bled a request for a telephone for
the Small Claims Court Office.
The Service Office filed his
monthly report for October.
The Board discussed, a request
from the County Health Depart-
ment to correct the .Courthouse
drainage and to fill a water hole
in Highland View. The Sheriff's
Department was instructed to cor-
rect the drainage problem at the
courthouse. It was decided that the
water hole in question was on pri-
vate property and that the owner
dug the hole for his own use.
The United States Department of
Agriculture notified the Board
that a grant ot this Board for pre-
paration of a comprehensive area
plan for water and sewer systems
has been approved in the amount
of $4,75.00. The Board notified
Florida Engineering Associate's,
Inc., to proceed to make the sur-
vey as per the agreement entered
into on July 12, 1966.
The State Road Department no-
tified the Board that Gulf County
has $15,448.00 available for new
construction under the secondary
road program. After discussion, the
Board requested the State to re-
surface Reid Avenue in -Port St.
Joe from First Street ,to Sixth
Street at the earliest date possible.
The architect for the new court-
house presented three designs for
the elevator to be installed in the
new courthouse. After considera-
tion, the Board selected design
No. 6280 at $2,750.00. The archi-
tect then filed his inspection re-
ports dated October 14, 1966, and
November 2, 1966, and the, sub-
contractors report for the piling
test loads. He then presented his
request for the first and second
payments to Guin and Hunt, Inc.,
Contractors for the courthouse job
in the amount of $52,208.19, and
$21,958.97, and the contractors re-
quest for an extension of time of
10 days due to weather and 20 days
due to loss time because of the pil-
ing failure. The Board approved
the payment of $52,208.19 as the
first payment and $21,958.97 as
the second payment on the con-
tract and approved a 10 day exten-
sion of time due to weather and
If you can't stop ,.,
be ready to start
So, stop first at the brake service
shop that displays the NAPA
Sign of Good Service and De-
pendable Parts. You can be sure
and not sorry with Brake Parts
that bear the NAPA. Seal be-
cause these are professional
quality of triple-guaranteed de-
pendability available only
through the service-repair shops
that show the NAPA Sign.
ST. JOE AUTO
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311 Williams Ave. Ph. 227-2141
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
tabled the request for a 20 day ex-
tension for loss of time due to the
The Board accepted a ditch
easement from F. L. Aman, Lucy
Raffield, J. C. Laurimore and Jo-
seph A. Nixon calling for a 15
foot ditch in White City.
The Florida State Board of
Health notified the Board by let-
ter that Dr. Terry Byrd, Director
of the Calhoun-Jackson Health De-
partments has been appointed on
a temporary basis to serve the
Gulf -County Health Department
for administrative and clinical su-
pervision; that a permanent re-
alignment of Gulf County with
Calhoun and Jackson counties is a
possibility. The Board took no ac-
tion due to the fact that Commis-
sioner Graham is absent and he is
in charge of the Health Depart-
The Board rejected the bids
calling for one steam cleaner be-
cause of an error in the specifi-
cations and ordered that bids be
received November 29, 1965, at
The attorney reported that the
Circuit Court has awarded Gulf
County one 14 foot home made
skiff and one 30 h.p. outboard
Johnson motor, serial no. 1457813,
said property having been seized
at the site of a moonshine still.
The Board assigned said proper-
ty to the Sheriff's Department to
be used in the law enforcement
The attorney reported that he
and the Clerk completed the court-
house bond issue in Jacksonville
on November 4, 1966, and deliver-
ed said bonds to William R. Hough
and Company, of St. Petersburg
and that William R. Hough and
Company paid over to Gulf Coun-
The law firm of Bryant, Free-
man, Richardson and Watson of
Jacksonville presented its state-
ment for services rendered in con-
nection with the courthouse bond,
issue in the amount of $6,056.27.
Upon motion of Commissioner
Whitfield, seconded by Commis-
sioner Horton and duly carried
said bill-was paid.
'Hugo Marx and Company, fiscal
agent for the Board in the court
house bond issue presented its
statement, in the amount of $2,-
490.00. Upon motion by Commis-
sioner Whitfield,' seconded by
Commissioner Horton and duly
carried said bill was paid.
Joseph L. Donofro, architect pre-
sented his statement in the amount
of $20,609.07. Upon motion by
Commissioner Whitfield, seconded
by Commissioner Horton and duly
carried, said bill was paid.
J. D. Crockwell, janitor at the
courthouse requested an increase
in salary. After consideration, ,the
Board authorized a salary of
$270.00 per month for the janitor,
effective November 1, 1966. The
chairman stated that this was an
additional increase of $13.00 per
month over the increase of $12.00
per month allowed at the meeting
of November 1, 1966.
All payrolls for the month of
October were approved and rati-
fied as paid.
The following bills were pre-
sented, examined, approved and
General Fund: Warrant No. 806
Fine & Forfeiture Fund, War-
rant no. 780 thru 805.
Road & Bridge Fund: Warrant
no. 5907 thru 5948.
General-Pest Control: Warrant
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1966 PAGE FIFTEEN
Capital Outlay Fund: Warrant i
no. 1264 thru 1270.
The Chairman called a special i
meeting for November 29, 1966, at
6:30 p.m. C
Commissioner Kennedy report-
ed that he has information con-
cerning the Civil Defense tower
that was removed from its storage
place; that it is reported that the c
Civil Defense Director traded the
ower to Bob Sidwell for a genera-
tor; that this transaction was not t
approved by this Board before the
trade was made; that he would re-
quest the Civil Defense Director
to file a report with the, Board as
to this transaction in order to
straighten out the inventory re- t
The following two resolutions
WHEREAS, the ever increasing
need for roads and bridges in Gulf
County, Florida, requires consid-
erable expenditures in an effort
to provide adequate services for
the inhabitants and the citizens of
Gulf County, Florida, and
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida, are of the opinion that
the greatest utilization of the "sev-
enth cent" of gasoline tax could be
realized by administering said
funds through the budgets of the
respective counties of the State of
WHEREAS, additional legisla-
tion is required to enable said
"seventh cent" of the gasoline tax
to be returned to the Counties for
use by them in the construction
of roads and bridges,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, as follows:
1. That the Legislature of the
State of Florida be, and it is
hereby, requested to adopt legis-
lation requiring the entire seventh
cent of the gasoline tax to be re-
turned to the Counties to be bud-
geted and expended by the respec-
2. That a copy of this Resolution
be sent to the Honorable Dempsey
Barron, State Senator, the Honor-
able Ben C. Williams, State Rep-
resentative, and the Honorable
John Robert Middlemas, State Rep-
. This Resolution adopted this 8th
lay of November, A. D. 1966.
WHEREAS, Gulf County, Florida
and the State of Florida, have ex-
pended considerable sums of mon-
ey in the construction of a State
Road from the Dead Lakes Dam to
he Apalachicola River SR 22A),
nd a Wayside Park at the junction
)f said river and State Road, and
WHEREAS, said road and park
are in the vicinity of the former
;own of Iola, which town is of
great historic importance to the
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, as follows:
1. That the Legislature of the
State of Florida be, and it is here-
by, requested to designate State
Road 22A from the Dead Lakes
Dam to the Apalachicola River as
Iola Parkway. It is further request-
ed that the Wayside Park be offi-
cially designated as IOLA PARK.
2. That a copy of this Resolution
be sent to the Honorable Dempsey
Barron, State Senator, the Honor-
able Ben C. Williams, 'State Rep-
resentative, and the Honorable
John Robert Middlemas, State Rep-
This Resolution adopted this 8th
day of November, A. D. 1966.
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
JAMES G. McDANIEL,
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk
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INMAN HALVED YELLOW NO. 2V2 CAN
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TOMATOES can lOc
BIG SCOOP HALF GALLON
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COKE 3 'CTOS $1.00
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Neck Bones- lb.10c
Pork Chops lb. 39c
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BACON -- lb. 39c
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