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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTIETH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967 NUMBER 21
Grand Jury Approves Court House Pilings
Speaker Named for Annual
C of C Dinner February 14
Plans for the annual Port St.| expected to attend the function, the principal speaker. Formerly
Jpe Chamber of Commerce dinner Dinner will be catered by the manager of the Florida Develop-
meeting were announced yesterday Seven Seas Restaurant of Panama ment Commission Tourist Division,
by President Jim Cooper. City. Sumpter also was in charge of the
. The annual event will'be held Jim Sumpter, executive, direc- Florida Pavilion at the New York
February 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the tor of the, Bay County Develop- World's Fair.
Centennial Building. ment Association and head of the He was director of tourism for
Approximately 350 persons are Panama City News Bureau, will be the 'Cuban government before the
JIM COOPER JM SUMPTER
. ., Retiring president Speaker
Three-Year-Old Negro Youth Port St.
Joe's First Highway Death In two Years
Little Vernzo Gainer,, a three-
year-old Port St. Joe Negro boy
was run over and killed by an au-
tombile last Saturday afternoon as-
he played in the front yard -of his
home at 142 Robbins AVe. Trdoper
K. E. Murphy of the Florida High
way Patrol; investigated the acci-
According to Murphy, Mrs. Ruth
Clemons Gathers, age 24, who lived
across the street from the Gainer
home was the driver of the auto-
mobile. Murphy said her auto hit'
the child while attempting a "U"
turn in the street, but swung into
the Gainer yard, when, she said,
she was blinded by the sun.
Mrs. Essie, May Gainer, grand-
mother of the victim,' saw the acci-
dent happen. -
The child was pronounced dead
on arrival after being rushed to'
the Municipal Hospital.
No charges were filed.
This was Port St. Joe's first high-
way fatality since 1964.
Sharks Take Win
From Altha Five
A big third period gave the Port
St. Joe Sharks a two point victory
over the Altha Wildcats in Altha
last Friday, for the Sharks only ac-
tion during the week.
The Sharks took a seven point
lead over the Wildcats in scoring
in the big third. The Sharks had
been outscored in the first two can-
toes, but'evened up in the last per-
The 54-52 victory by the Sharks
gave them a perfect two weeks of
play without a loss.
John Maddox was the big gun
for the Sharks, but he was below
his average in scoring. John put
13. points through the nets with
Eddie McFarland ,following with
10. Other Shark 'scoring were: An-
drew Lewis 7, Buddy Boyett 7,
Danny Wall 8, Charles Lewis 8, and
Kenneth Haddock with 1.
Score by Quarters:
Port St. Joe -- 10 10 23 11-54
Altha ------ 13 12 16 11-52
During the coming week the
Sharks will be at home tomorrow
night when they will meet Apa-
Saturday and Tuesday find the
Sharks on the road. Saturday they
travel to Perry and next Tuesday
night to Bay High in Panama City.
Mrs. Womack Injured
In Auto Accident
Mrs. Dennis Womack, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie of
this city was' partially paralyzed
in an automobile accident last
The Womack's had been in Pen-
sacola visiting Mr. McKenzie who
was' injured three' weeks ago in an
accident at the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, and were on their way home
to Auburn, Alabama, when the ac-
Mrs. Womack received thigh,
neck and back injuries and. is par-
tially paralyzed. Mr. Womack suf-
fered a fractured left ankle.
Both are patients in the John
A. Andre-vs Memorial Hospital in
Tuskegee, Alabama ...
takeover of Dictator Fidel Castro.
A graduate of Vanderbilt Univer-
sity, Sumpter has held top promo-
tional jobs for the past 18 years.
,, He was a World War H bomber,
pilot and holds several military'
decorations. Sumpter' came to
Northwest Florida about one year
ago and his work. in promoting the
Panama City beaches has received
Cooper will be succeeded as
Chamber President by Silas R.
(Mickey) Stone, Port St. Joe at-
torney. Other Chamber officers for
,the coming year will include
Cooper, who will become vice-pres-
ident and Rex Addison who will
ssucceed himself as secretary. Tak-
ing seats as new directors will be
W. C. Roche, the retiring vice pres-
ident, Stone, E. F. Gunn and Gan-
r non Buzzett.
Last Rites Held for
Luther C. Joines
Funeral services were held Sun-
.day, afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from
the First Baptist Church in Wewa-
hitchka for Luther C. Joines 'who
passed away Saturday. Rev. W. J.
Runnells officiating assisted by
Rev. JG. T. Hinton. Interment was
in, Jehu Cemetery.
Bank Has SBA
Many small businessmen do not
know how to go :-about applying
for a long term loan from the
Small Business Administration,
neither do they understand loan
policies governing the functions of
this Agency of the Government, ac-
cording to Walter C. Dodson, presi-
dent of the Florida First National
Bank at Port St. Joe.
As a service to the small busi-
ness community the, Bank now has
a supply of informational material
on hand for distribution to small
businessmen seeking long term
capital which explains what to do
if you want to apply for a loan
from SBA and current policies of
the organization. This material may
be obtained by calling at the Bank.
---- -- .
Carp's Announces A
Change 'in Personnel
Carp's Department Stores of St.
Louis, Mo., announced a change in
management of the local Carp's
Store this week, according to Ken
Cox, new regional manager of the
department store chain.
Cox, who has' been manager of
the local store since it was purchas-
ed from the old Olen chain has
been stepped up to the position of
regional manager of the Florida,
South Alabama and South Georgia
region. His office of operations
will be Port St. Joe.
'Charles Newport, assistant man-
ager of the- Port St. -Joe Carp's,
store since'. March 4 1966 ,has.
been promoted to .the office of
manager of the Port St. Joe store. ments of the safety factor.
The promotions became effective
on February 1. .
Joines was 79 at the time of his NEWCOMERS
death and had lived in Wewahitch-
ka since 1918. He was a retired
. He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Leitha M. Joines; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. William H. Linton, Mrs.
W. W. Busby, all of Wewahitchka
and Mrs. Chauncey Costin of Port
St. Joe; one son, Alfred E. Joines,
of Port St. Joe; one sister, Mrs; W.
0. Hancock of Doerun, Ga.; one
brother, James Joines of Avon'
Park; 11 grandchildren and five
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Newcomers to the Port St. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ross, 125
Edna Bramton, 304 Park Avenue,
MRS. BRITT RE-APPOINTED
TO GULF LIBRARY BOARD
TALLAHASSEE- Secretary of
State Tom Adams announced the
recommissioning this week of Mrs.
Sam Britt, Wewahitchka, as a mem-
ber of. the Gulf County Library
"The architect will require addi-
tional work and materials to be
added to cluster. No. 63, designed
to increase weight load capacity
and safety factor capabilities be-
fore it will pass his inspection.
"From testimony of professional
witnesses before this Jury, it can-
not class the type of work on the
foundation of the new Court House
in any better language than that
used by some of the witnesses, who
called it "sloppy" and improperly
"Despite the findings above, it
is believed, based'on: 1) Sworn tes-
timony; 2) Engineering reports; 3)
Graphic exhibits in the hands of
the Jury and. 4) Personal physical
examination of foundation at con-
(Continued From Page 1)
P. W. Petty Retires After 21 Years Service To City; Honored At Dinner Tuesday
"The City Family" gathered at the Centennial Building Tuesday Tuesday night which was attended by all employees of the City and
night to honor retiring Street Superintendent, P. W. Petty. Petty their spouses. Pictured above, left to right, are Commissioners Bob
has completed 21 years of service with the City and retired on Fox, I. C. Nedley, Mayor-Commissioner Frank Pate, Petty, Commis-
February 1. sioner Tom S. Coldewey, City Auditor and Clerk Charles Brock,
Petty was given recognition and several gifts at the dinner Commissioner Robert L. Holland and City Attorney Silas R. Stone.
Receives 15 Year Service Award
Gulf County Towerman James C. Kirkland of the Florida Forest
-Service was awarded a Certificate of Recognition for his 15 years
service at. a Florida Board of Forestry meeting recently at the
Holiday Lodge in Panama City. Kirkland is Towerman at the Odena
Tower, South of Port St. Joe.
Theatre Group To Select
Play Tuesday Evening
Port St. Joe's Little Theatre
Group will meet this Tuesday
'night, February 7 at 8:00 p.m. in
the Elementary School Auditorium
to continue selection of their next
play. This meeting will be devoted
to short readings of revues by sev-
eral members and a complete read-
ing of the play that seems likely to
be the choice for the group's next
Several new members have been
added to the organization but there
is still need for a great number
of people who would like to take
an active part, not necessarily on
the stage but in many other capa-
cities. The meetings of the next
several weeks are crucial to the
continued existence of Little Thea-
tre in Port St. Joe. The large num-
ber of people who have indicated
interest to the present membership
Fire Damages Auto
Thursday of Last Week
Fire badly damaged a 1963 Cad-
illac owned by Billy- Cumbie of
Fifth Street in Highland View last
Thursday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.
Origin of the fire was undeter-
A neighbor saw the fire inside
the auto, which was parked in
front of the owner's home. Cum-
bie said he had just parked the car
about ten minutes before the fire
The interior of the auto was
gutted by the blaze.
Port St. Joe's Volunteer Fire De-
partment answered the fire alarm.
should make every effort to attend
and offer their services at these
meetings. If you want to join the
Little Theatre but have been delay-
ing until a more convenient time
in the future, you are urged to do
so now. This will insure a future
for the organization.
The Star 'Begins
Contest This Week
A new guessing game contest
starts this week in. The Star, with
you, the reader, attempting to iden-
tify Port St. Joe merchants from a
The first of eight installments of
the contest can be found on page
eight of this week's issue.
To give you a clue, the outline
will be the owner of one of the
business houses advertising on the
To win, all you have to do is
make a guess as to who the sil-
houettes are, take the silhouette
to the merchant on TUESDAY
MORNING and if you are the first
one there you will receive a $5.00
gift certificate. If you are second,
you will receive a $3.00 certificate
and if you are third you will re-
ceive a $2.00 certificate.
Register at all stores participat-
ing in the contest and win $70.00
worth of gift certificates at the end
of the eight week contest period.
See the advertisement on page
eight for registration particulars.
No purchase is necessary.
With One Exception: Classify
Piling Location As "Sloppy"
After a two week session to inspect the new Gulf County Courthouse building piling
and foundation, a Grand Jury offered its report on its findings Tuesday afternoon to Cir-
cuit Judge Warren L. Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick called the Grand Jury into session to settle
a dispute over the adequacy of the foundation and piling and charges that the piling were
misplaced. The Grand Jury report on this matter follows as it was given to the Judge.
''When the Grand Jury started
its investigation into the construc-
tion of the new Gulf County Court
House,'it was believed that piling
cluster No. 64 was the most talk-,
ed about and considered most like-
ly to be insufficient to support re-
quired load and to meet safety fac- -
tors. This cluster was tested by -
the Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory-
of Tallahassee and was found to -
be-capable of supporting more than
the expected weight load, althotigh
the individual pilings were greatly
out of line and did not comply -
with the architect's drawings as to -
placement of individual pilings in
said cluster. The Grand Jury then
visited the construction site and
caused the dirt to be removed, in --
the presence of the architect and
clerk-inspector, and personally ex-
amined the piling under question, -
being those which would support
the two-story.portion of the Court T
House, as to size and location, and "
discovered that although badly out -- --
of alignment and not according to-
architect's specifications, with the
exception of No. 63, would support
the required weight load.
"An independent consulting en-
gineer, after examination of pilings -
in question, certified as to suffi- -
ciency of. capacity to. support -
weight 6load for which they were
designed and within the reauire- ---
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967
EDITORIALS . .
Free Hand-Outs Won't Satisfy
In the Baptist Church we have a program we call,
"Daily Bible Readings". This program is designed to let
the follower read through the Bible in a period of five
years. We have been following this program daily for
several years and we have found out many things.
F&r instance, we have found conclusive proof that such'
things as "poverty program", "job corps", "welfare hand-
outs", "government subsidies" and other programs of lar-
gess without having first put out work and effort just
Recently we read a series of "Readings" on the Jews.
God released them from their oppressors and those
that would work them too hard. He fed them for 40 years
as well as clothed them while they wandered in the desert
*preparing themselves to occupy a home which He would
give them with no effort on their part except loyalty to
. Him. He fought their enemies for the Jews. He made their
harvests abundant and made sure that they lost no battles.
All they had to do was be loyal to God.
But in the end they rebelled against the hand that had
cared for them.
Now how in the world does the U. S. Government ex-
pect to help'a society by feeding, housing and clothing it
and get results when God couldn't? -
How does the U. S. Government hope to guarantee a
minimum wage and a "no-strain" job to everyone and have
.*sM *.'T W .*., n *
; : y ,
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
It seems the thing for a newspaper in this area to do
here lately, is to cast stones at the St. Joe Paper Company
and the fact that they own land. The Panama City News-
Herald is the most recent one to join this "select group"
as they did so Sunday.
Well, we may be an oddball (and we have been called
worse) but we cannot justify opposing anyone for wanting
to protect their position,, their raw product, and what be-
longs to them. Some of the demands. made against the
company remind me of a situation where I\would walk up
to you and insist that you sell me your prize bird dog,
which you wouldn't part with for anything. And I would,
of course, insist that I could buy it at my price. even
though you didn't want to sell.
Increased reports of dog bites and suspected rabies
In the community would cry out that something should
be done about some of the stray dogs that roam this
and all communities. Just what that "something" would
be I just couldn't say. But a definite need for solution
of ar problem is with us.
And don't lay the entire burden at the feet of the
police force there aren't enough of them to take
care of the entire problem.
It would seem the only solution would be for each
individual citizen to make an extra effort in seeing that
his pets are cared for properly and not allowed to roam.
We see where a 73-year-old man has allowed himself
to be frozen (after death, of course) in the hopes that in
-the future he may be brought back to life.
Science may eventually overcome that freezing exper-
ience, but only One has been able to overcome death.
Mark Twain was once editor of a small newspaper in
Missouri. One day he got a letter from a subscriber say-
ing that he had found a spider in the copy delivered to him
and he wondered whether it had any significance. "Yes,
indeed," wrote Twain in reply. "That.spider was looking
over our paper to, see which merchants were not adver-
tising so that he and his friends could go to those stores,
spin webs across the doors, and live a life of undisturbed
peace ever afterward."
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
POSTOFro CE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JoE, FLORIDA 32456
Entered as second-olsas 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
FOREIGN: ONE YEAR, $3.75 SIX MOS. $2.25 THREE MOS. $127.50
T ADVERTISERS-In came of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
-.ot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The poken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
The spoken word barely aater; the printed word thoeroug y or-
TtI spyke word io l-s; the printed wed reaailc.
them accept it when God couldn't?
How does the U. S. Government hope to improve the lot
of the world and have the people accept it without jealousy
of others when God couldn't?
Some 'largess is necessary but this "cradle to the
grave" protection for the entire society simply will not
work due to human nature. The Jews and the people of
the United States have proven this already.
V '7"V ed a world of unreality that is
,. dragging this country into an
Sabyss of false values which is de-
.' | tstroying everything our founding
4Too Late To Classify fathers hoped for and advocating
By Russell Kay everything that history tells us is
S" y the path to national destruction.
S--.. The Levenson family, emigrants
from Europe, met and solved the
I have always listed jovial Sam New York slum area to the afflu- problems of a new environment
Levenson among my favorite en- ence of a successful radio and and a new country through love,
tertainers. His homespus, down-to- television entertainer, faith, and courage instilled by pov-
earth, common sense type of hu- Sam's story of the joy and hap- erty stricken parents, whose moral
mor always delights me. .... .m .- -^ _, codes were based on Christ's
Boy Scout Week
The Boy Scouts of America celebrate the 57th anniver- i
sary of their organization February 7 to 13 of next week. e
Today there are over five and three-quarter million scouts
in the United States alone. Scouting is dedicated to teach-
ing boys how to do things for themselves and others.
Working to build friendship and understanding be-
tweeli the people of all countries, scout associations of 86
nations now coordinate their efforts through the -Boy e
Scouts World Conference. Although each national associa- r
tion is independent in its organization and methods, the
World Conference works to establish common ground in
thinking and action among all its member associations.
One of the major highlights of 1967 will be the Twelfth
World Jamboree to be held at Farragut State Park in Idaho
next August. The first to take place in the United States,
it will bring together more than 15,000 scouts from 100 free
nations. Although they will speak many dozens of differ-
ent languages and come from widely varying religious,
economic and cultural backgrounds, they will for a time
share common experiences and pleasures and be united in
the purpose of building world friendship.
In the work they are doing, the Boy Scouts deserve the
respect and support of all of us, Building character in boys
today shapes men of whom all the world can be proud to-
In Harmony With Nature
Six noted authorities in the fields of business, indus-
try and government recently addressed a meeting of mem-
bers of the American Forest Products Industries. All six
speakers concurred on a major problem confronting these
industries. They believe that a growing segment of the
population increasingly awdre of environmental pollution
problems fails to understand that harvesting timber neither
destroys the forest nor prevents recreational use. This
lack of understanding could lead to' the adoption of govern-
mental policies and controls that would negate the efforts.
of modern timber companies to perpetuate our forest lands
on a sustained yield basis through the development of tree
farms and logging practices that involve planning for a
century or more ahead.
The disruption of forest management plans of industry
would not only undermine the basic right of private owner-
ship of land but would also- threaten a continuing supply of
the thousands of wood products required by an expanding
population-a population that in the United States is ex-
pected to reach 218 million by 1975.
Perhaps the greatest fallacy about forest lands is the
belief that if left alone the forest remains unchanged-a
sanctuary untouched by time where people, as well as ani-
mal life, may find peace and solitude. The truth is that a
forest is something like a field of wheat with the difference
that wheat grows to maturity in a matter of weeks, while
the life cycle of forests requires hundreds of years. In
either cake, when the life cycle is concluded, whether it be
wheat or tree, the crop either returns to earth or is utilized
Fortunately, our forests may be enjoyed by recreation-
ists and sportsmen during the process of growth, and like-
wise provide cover for wildlife and protection against ero-
sion on invaluable watersheds. These are the reasons why
the timber companies now practice methods of logging that
will at all times maintain an adequate reserve of forest land.
Modern timber management works in harmony with nature.
Gulf County Ladies League
Whitco took a 3-1 -win over St.
Joe Furniture. Mary Brown, bowl-
ing high for Whitco with a 469
series and two good games of 165
and 179. Shirley Whitfield follow-
ed her with a 423 series. Maxine
Smith led St. Joe Furniture with
a 375 series and high game of 135.
Brenda Mathes followed her with
a 308 series.
Williams Alley Kats took all four
games over Raffield's putting them
in second place. Eleanor Williams
led the Alley Kats with games of
146, 154 and 168 giving her a 468
series. Norma Hobbs followed her
with a 424 series and good game
of 167. Helen Elliott also bowled a
good game of 155. Shirley Town-
send led Raffield's with a 386 ser-
ies and high game of 148. Peggy
Whitfield followed her with a 374
Glidden took a 3-1 win over
IFrank Hannon's. Evelyn Smith led
Glidden with a 471 series and two
good games of 185 and 169. Lois
Faulk followed her with a 442 ser-
ies and a good game of 168. Jo
Ferrell led Frank Hannon's with a
458 series and two good games of
161, and 165. Joyce Sweazy followed'
her with a 368 series and good
game of 144.
St. Joe Paper Dolls took a 3-1
win over Rich's putting them tied
with Rich's. Patsy Vickers led the
Paper Dolls with a 416 series,
games of 132, 127 and high game
of 157. Good bowling Patsy. Jean
Lee 'followed her with a 357 ser-
ies. Marie Gay led Rich's with a
363 series and high game of 150.
Laura Sewell followed her with a
KNOW THE TEAM: Team No. 8,
St. Joe Furniture. Bowlers: Dot
(Mrs. Glen) Williams, Maxine (Mrs.
Wayne) Smith, Opal (Mrs. Fay)
Howard, Brenda (Mrs. Harold) Ma-
thes. Sponsor, John Blount.
Standings W L
Whitco, Inc. __-- 46 22
Williams Alley Kats 42Y2 25Y2
Glidden Co. __----- 41% 26Y
Frank Hannon's ------37 31
Raffield's 30 38
Rich's IGA --------- 26 42
St. Joe Paper Dolls -. 26 42
St. Joe Furniture 23 45
His sense of values coincides
vith mine and his ability to put
nto words the simple truths con-
cerning human behavior based on
his life experiences as well as his
ability to punchure with a few well
chosen words the modern day fala-
cies concerning family life, rais-
ng of children and the solution of
every day life problems, never fails
to thrill me.
Consequently I was delighted to
find that Santa Claus saw fit to
provide me with a copy of Sam's
book entitled, "Everything But
For the last few days I have been
enjoying a carefully detailed re-
port of Sam's life from birth in a
pinies Ui ifamily lie in hlIs cnhl-
hood as an underprivileged young-
ster gives the lie to all the modern
thinking about depressed area, and
makes any thinking person realize
that as Christ himself admonished
us, "Ye have the poor always with
Advocated of the Great Society
mock their Bible and attempt to
lead mankind into a false security
that' can only end in a life of hate,
misunderstanding, fear and sense-
less bureaucratic stifling of all
hope and faith in personal achieve-
ment and ability.
Through the help of misguided,
vote-seeking politicians, over edu-
cated social "experts" and ambi-
tious sociologists we have promot-
teaching, respect for parents, re-
spect for authority and respect for
property. Encouragement to ad-
vance in knowledge, desire to
make something of their lives, the
importance of study and effort to
get ahead in the world also were
These teachings brought -us a
capable physician, an able teacher,
a successful painter and artist, an
outstanding dental technician, a
number of them listed in "Who's
Who", and all without the aid of
psychologists, social workers o
any other type of so-called helpers
and do-gooders. They learned fronj
their parents that they had to mak4
it on their own or else.
Pate's Service Center
JI9; PHILLIP'S 66 YNE'S STANDARD STA.
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967 PAGE THREE
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
Evelyn Smith came up and bowl-
ed over a 500 series tonight. She al-
so had high game of 210 for the
alleys. Mighty fine bowling Evelyn.
Glidden came back up in se-
cond place by taking a 4-0 win
over St. Joe Paper Dolls. Evelyn
Smith bowling hard and high for
Glidden with games of 210, 160,
and 146 giving her a 516 series.
Mary Alice Lyons followed her
with a 452 series. Jean Lee led
the Paper Dolls ,with a 378 series.
Patsy Vickers followed her with
a' 360 series and high'game of 144.
Frank Hannon's took all 4 games
over Rich's.' Jo Ferrell led Han-
non's with a 454 series. Jo also
picked up the 3-10 split. Billie Gar-
ner followed her with a 439 series
and high game of 170. Laura Se-
well led Rich's with 335 and high
game of 121. Beth Johnson follow-
ed her with a 321 series.
Raffield's took a 3-1 win over
St. Joe Furniture. Sandra Raffield
led Raffield's with games of 155,
144, and 153 giving her a fine 452
series. Peggy Whitfield- followed
her with a 406 series and high
game of 176. Ruby Lucas led St.
Joe ,Furniture with a 480 series
and high game of 188. Dot Williams
followed her with a 336 series.
Whitco took all 4 games over
Williams Alley Kats. Mary Brown
led Whitco 'with a 489 series and
high game of 185 Lois Smith fol-
lowed close behind her with a 481
series. Eleanor Williams led the
Alley Kats with a 405 series and
high garne of 146. Chris' Kershner
followed her with a 380 series.
STANDINGS W L
Whitco, Inc. ___.____._ 50 22
Glidden Co. 45% 26%
Williams Alley .Kats 42% 29%
Frank Hannon's --------41 31
Raffield's 33 -39
Rich's 26 46
St. Joe Paper Dolls ----. 26 46
St. Joe Furniture' .. 24 48
Gulf County Men's League
Monday night, January 29 on
lanes. 1 and 2,, Cooper Chevrolet
took.three points from Vitro Laun-
chers. Cooper had two men go.
over the 500 mark. Billy Joe Rich-
ards with a 514 series and 205
game and Virgil Daniels, a 504.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw 13 Mile take
four from Standard Oil. Wayne
Ward led 13 Mile to .victory with
his 556 series. Jim Goodman was
tops for Standard Oil with '379.
On lanes 5 and 6, Vitro Villians
kept up their winning .ways by
downing Jr. Food Store four
points. The Villians had Larry Dan-
iels up front with his 522. Jr. Food
Store spotlighted Tony Barbee
Lanes 7 and 8 saw Glidden take
all four 'frbm St. Joe Lanes. Glid-
den had Tal Preston with a 556
series and 200 game and also La-
mar Moore with a 501 series. St.
Joe Lanes had Jim Sealey with a
Standings W L
Glidden Co. ---------51 25
13 Mile 50% 25%
Jr. Food Store -------43 33
Vitro Villians -------41 35
Cooper Chevrolet -_- 40 36
St. Joe Lanes -------. 36 40
Vitro Launchers ------ 34% 41%
Standard Oil --------- 8 68'
"Thus Saith The Lord"
By REV. BILL GRAHAM
Teenager, what is your plan for
the future? Perhaps you still have
not decided what profession to fol-
low, Whatever your goal in life
may be, one thing is sure. You
want to be successful in obtaining
this goal anaf you expect this goal
to make you happy and contented.
Such being the case, let us share
several points together that will
help you make the right choice
and guide you to a successful pro-
Turn in your Bibles to Ephesians
chapter 5, verse 15: "See then that
ye walk circumspectly, not as fools,
but as wise,... The word "see'" in
this verse is not speaking of eye
sight, but it is referring to mental
observation. The word "walk" is
referring to our behavior. The word
"circumspectly" means accurately
or carefully. The verse is, in mo-
dern English, declaring this truth.
Be constantly taking heed that.
we conduct ourselves accurately.
Our conduct must be measured
as to its accurate quality in the
light of God's Word. It is likened
to a motorist driving down the
street. The center line is a guide
to accurate driving.
Only a fool would choose the
wrong side of the road as the safe
side. And so with us, we would
be foolish to think that a conduct
that does not measure up to the
Word of God will bring peace and
In verse 16 we read: "Redeeming
the time, because the days are
evil." The word "Redeeming" has
the truth that we are to buy up.
the time for our advantage. That
is, don't waste time. Accept Christ
as your Saviour today. When this
is done you become a child of
God. With God as your Father, His
Word as your guide, success is
Look at the promise in verse 17:
"Wherefore be ye not unwise, but
understanding what the will 6f the
Lord is." The word "unwise" here
means don't be senseless, foolish,
stupid. Here is the promise; "un-
derstanding what the will of the
Lord is." Let us bring this down
to everyday language that we may
understand this instruction. Be
careful how you conduct yourself
in word and deed.;,
Accept Christ as your Savior
then bring your life into adjust-
ment to God's Word. Take advant-
.age of opportunities. Spend your
time wisely. This is being wise and
will bring you to a place where
you are able to choose the right
goal. Then you can be assured of
success and contentment in' life.
Any other pattern than this, the
Bible says, is the way of a fool.
It is senseless and foolish to
choose any other way than God's
way. No person has ever chosen
his own goal and his own way
contrary to God's will and found
contentment .or satisfaction.
Your comments are welcome
address your reply to Thus Saith
the Lord, care of The Star.
D. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
wednesday( .... 7:30 P.M.
I"Come and Worship God With Us"
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave
PRAYER MEETING (We
Letters To The Editor
DEAR Mr. Editor, Contractor for demolishing our
One has to live in England to home, and have not received one
make an honest evaluation and penny by way of compensation.
comparison with America. When My wife and I shall always be
my wife and I left America in grateful for ever coming to Amer-
March 1963, to return to build a ica.
New Gospel Tabernacle, we were
not aware of the frustration which We receive Social Security bene-
awaited us. fits, but the Income Tax Authori-
I bought a piece of land in 1929 ties in Britain take over $30.00 a
I bought a piece of land in 1929, month from it because it is "Un-
and dedicated it to the Lord for moearned Incfrome." I do because it take any
the purpose of extending our gos- salary from the church in England,
pel activities. The British Govern- as they would take the bulk of it
ment introduced the Compulsory in Taxes. No allowance at all is
Purchase Orde.r another name for made for Church Offerings, gifts
'legalized robbery' and began to to Missionaries etc.. All gifts to
certificate land, houses, etc. They churches must come out of net
stole 383 S. Yds. of my land, and income.
the local Authorities decided that The people pay five pounds, a-
there was no need for a hall where bout fifteen dollars per year for
children and youth could be train- Radio and television sets. Even
ed to follow Christ and become radio sets in cars are taxed. Every
useful citizens. They built four telephone call has to be paid for
garages right in front of our site weather local or other wise. The
,for the New Tabernacle, but after Labour-Socialist Government re-
many battles, we finally got our cently held their Annual Confer-
plans passed. ence in Blackpool, and finished up
The building is now in the by singing the RED FLAG, im-
course of erection, but with very ported from Russia.
little parking space, and condens- Since going back, my wife and I
Our old home, three bedroom,
bathroom etc., was sold to a Demo-
lition Contractor before we re-
turned to England. Our deeds are
still in Lloyds Band, Stoke-on-Trent,
but worthless. We had to pay the
THE STAR, Port St. Joo, FIL'
have been working with the Mods Sir Winston Churchill, are gone.
and Rockers, the long haired fami- Her colonies are gone. No military Sgt. Emerson Decorated by Air Force
ly, who roam the streets of Britain, training for her young men, so
training for her young men, so
and some of them live in caves, they drift along, many of them aim- RAPID CITY, S.D.-Technical Sergeant Emerson was awarded
One night eighteen knives, dag- lessly. Unofficial strikes are far Sergeant James A. Emerson, son th emedal for meritorious service
well as ma ny other pep pills were n, to frequent. England taught Japan of Mrs. Bessie Emerson of 98 as an air police supervisor at Bien
laid down on the altar, as they're how to build ships, but they can Townsend Ave., Boothbay Harbor, Hoa AFB, Vietnam. He was cited
laid down on the altar, as they now build ships quicker and Maine, has been decorated with for outstanding professional know-
made decisions for Christ. cheaper than Britain. In the Bri- the U. S. Air Force Commendated with for outstanding professional know-
We have an obligation to go tish shipyards there are twenty Medal at Ellsworth AFB, S. D. ledge and skill in the performance
back in March to finish theclimat work one unions. In Japan, they have of his duties.
which we have begun. The climate only one.
has proved to be too severe for us, o Christ and His gospel is the only His wife, Georgia, is the daugh-
after living for over fourteen There are many other compar- answer. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nor-
years in Florida. isons that could be made. The peo- Charles H. Hartern wood of Port St. Joe.
We sincerely covet the prayers ple in a general sense are more
of all God's praying people. We church-minded in America than
would like to return to the land Britain. Billy Graham has made You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
of our adoption-America, if the an impact with his great revival
Lord wills. meetings in Earl's Court, London. LONG AVENUE APTIST CHURCH
England's great statesmen like It was my privilege to be there. B L G UE BAPTIST *H R
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Intersection Monument and Constitution MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION-------- ............ 5:15 P.M.
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister EVENING WORSHIP 6:30 P.M.
Church School 9:45 A-M. PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 P.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M. VISITORS ALWAYS W LCOME
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Bible Study (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M. Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
L I-I I -- 1 --I
SPAGE : :THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUAKT ,17o0
Miss Karen Stripling Is Marriea
A3C Charles F. Larken January 14
Jaycees are spearheading a com-
munity wide effort in bringing the
150-voice "Up with People" choral
group to this city Monday, Febru-
ary 6, according to Jaycee Billy
Some 40 persons met in the Flor-
ida Power Company lounge Mon-
day night to finalize plans for the
group's first Florida appearance.
Spikes says there will be an ad-
mission charge of $2.00 for adults
and 25c for children, all of which
will be donated to the singers, who
make no charge for the appear-
The singers come from several
different -countries in the world
and will depict national costumes,
dances and songs in the program
which will be held in the football
Sponsored by the national organ-
ization, "Moral Rearmament", the
group visiting Apalachicola is but
one of three now on tour through-
out the world.
The Moral Rearmament group,
said to be non-profit, has recently
acquired the Sportsman Lodge
and some ;1,000 acres of land Apa-
lachicola, according to Spikes.
Makes Dean's List At 'NCS
Jake Belin, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. 'J.,C. Belin of this city was
placed on the Dean's List of North
Carolina State University following
the first semester of study. ,
Belin had an average of 3,.466,
He is majoring in applied math-
**' --- +* :
will be here
February 1 and 2
'world's great m nills
for elegant clothes
Custom Tailored by
This bh a great opportunity to see Unusual I
Fabrics... to get expert advice on the Smart
New Styles... to make your personal '
clothes a Status Symbol of Success .. to aval.
yourself of the Most Modern Technique
in Existence for Fitting Clothes Correctly.
(Or Those That Would Like To Be)
NEW LOW OPEN BOWLING PRICES
NOW IN EFFECT-
ADULTS 40c A Line
STUDENTS 25c A Line
ALSO NEW WEEK END HOURS
Sat. and Sun............ Open from 1:00 to 11:00 P.M.
WEEKDAYS Open at 6:00 P.M.
Alleys Available for Open Bowling Every Night
Except Monday and Wednesday
DICK MORLOCK, Manager
ST. JOE LANES
Miss Karen Annette Stripling
and A3C Charles F. Larken were
united in marriage Saturday morn-
ing, January 14 at 10:30 a.m., in
a beautiful service held in the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church in
Port St. Joe. The Reverend Clayton
Wilkinson performed the impres-
sive double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hermon Stripling of Port
St. Joe. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Larkin of
Traditional white satin bows
marked the family pews.
As guests assembled, a program
of pre-nuptial music was presented
by Mrs. Herbert Gardner, organist.
Miss Johnnie Odom sang, "Whither
Thou Goest" at the ,beginning of
the ceremony and later as the cou-
ple knelt at the altar she sang, 'The
Vows were exchanged at the
altar, beautifully decorated with
large sunburst arrangements of
mixed bridal flowers. An arch of
'28 white burning tapers completed
Miss Jan Stripling, sister of the
bride attended her sister as maid
of honor. She wore a blue satin
street length dress with a match-
ing headpiece of satin and oval il-
lusion and carried 'a lovely bouquet
which featured carnations.
Randy Bessonet'served as best
man. Groomsmen were Paul ,Bion-
dich and Ricky Lovett.
Mrs. Stripling chose for her
daughter's wedding a suit of beige
bonded knit with matching acces-
sories. She wore a corsage of yel-
Mrs. Nina Lewis, maternal grand-
mother of the bride chose a blue
knit suit with matching acces-
The bride, given, in marriage by
her father, was lively in her street
length satin bridal dress which was
accented at the waist by a tiny
bow. The molded bodice featured
a round neckline accenting long
satin sleeves tapering to a calla
point at the wrist. Her veil of oval
silk illusion was attached to a Ju-
liet cap -of satin 'and pearls. She
carried a white Bible featuring a
white orchid attached to white
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was given by the bride's
parents in the church social hall.
The room was decorated in the bri-
dal motif with the bride's chosen
color of blue predominating. The
bride's table held a three-tiered
wedding cake topped with a minia-.
ture bride and groom. The cake
was flanked by silver candle hold-
ers with white tapers.
Guests were registered by Miss
Sue Odom in the bride's book and
tinted blue rice bags were present-
ed to the guests as moments of
After the initial cutting of the
cake, Miss Betty Haddock and Miss
Frances Ruckman served. Presid-
ing at the .punch bowl were Mari-
lyn Knight and Barbara Corbin.
For traveling, the bride chose
a blue linen suit with which she
wore the 'orchid lifted from her
Following a brief 'honeymoon
trip, the couple will be at home
to their friends at 517% Fourth
Street in Port St. Joe.
Midget Investments that Yield
Giant Returnsl *
Mr. and Mrs. James Harley Ward
1309 Palm Blvd., announce the
birth of a daughter, Sandra Dee
on January 30.
Mr. and Mrs. George Willie
Dykes announce the birth of a
daughter, Sabrina Ann on Jan-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Williams,
227 Avenue E announce the birth
of a son, Herman Lamar Williams
on January 24.
All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ted Cannon an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Vicki .Clair, on January 29, 1967,
weighing 6 Ibs., 3' ozs.
Vicki is the sister of John Gre-
gory, age 3.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Audie Smith of Tallahas-
see, Fla. and Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cannon of
Port St. Joe, Fla.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep and
sincere appreciation and thanks to
each and everyone for the many
acts of kindness shown us during
the loss of our beloved husband
and father, W. S. Love. We are es-
pecially thankful to his many
friends who remembered him af-
ter his absence of ten years from
Port St. Joe.
May God bless each and every
one of you.
Mrs. W. S. Love
Nita and Ray Jolley
Lois and Preston Baxter
Gypsie and Dick Dawson
W. H. and Carrie Love
St. Joseph Historical Society Seats
New Officers In Meeting Saturday
"Driving with, speed too great
for conditions is the' number one
cause of accidents in Florida",
Sgt. James Rodenberry, Safety Ed-
ucation Officer, Troop ,'A', Florida
Highway Patrol, told the Kiwanis
Sgt. Roddenberry told the club
members, to date, 131 have been
killed and 8,603 injured on Florida
highways during the first month
of this year.
Over 90% of all accidents are
caused by someone violating traf-
fic laws, Sgt. Roddenberry said.
The leading four violations are,
driving too fast for conditions, fail-
ing to yield right of way, following
too close;and driving on the wrong
side'of 'lie road.
The speaker pointed out the ser-
ious aspect of traffic mishaps by
painting 'out that statistics show
that one in two persons will be
involved in a fatal or permanent
disabling accident during his life-
As a deterrent to the climbing
traffic deaths and maiming Sgt.
Roddenberry advised Obeying traf-
fic laws, drive defensively and
wear seat belts.
Guests of the club were Jim
Fendley and Dell Demarie of Koko-
mo, Ind., Marion Craig of Port
St, Joe and FHP Driver Examiner
David Corbin of Panama City.
when you wear an
OTC abdominal belt
are prepared and available pre-printed
and code numbered for our new
computer accounting system
FOR ALL OUR CHECKING ACCOUNTS
Come By Our Bookkeeping
Department and Pick Up Yours
Member: FDIC and Florida National Group
I= '3RM CI o
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Washington High School Schedules
Homecoming Activities Today, Friday
The St. Joseph Historical Society
met in the City Hall, Saturday,
January 28, to complete the busi-
ness of the year 1966, to hear fi-
nal reports, to elect officers, and
to plan for the annual installation
banquet. In' the absence of the
president, Mrs. Charles Brown,
Jesse Stone presided.
Mrs. R. H. Brinson, project chair-
man, reported that most of the
goals planned. for the year had
been reached and that in the
month of December the following
additions had been made in the
Old Cemetery; two large clumps
of pampas grass; a small sign,
made by Clyde Fite for the regis-
tration booth, placed on a neat,
white post; Fourteen new blaze
climbers on the east and west side
of the fence; Additional oak and
pine trees to replace the ones that
had not lived; A brick walk from
the entrance to the point where
the walk forms a circle.
After some discussion' the group
decided to hold the annual instal-
lation banquet at the Cove Hotel
in Panama City on the evening of
February 10 at 7:30 and to invite
the members of the advisory coun-
cil and the Gulf County Historical
Society. It was also decided to give
each member the privilege of in-
viting guests. Plates are to be $2.50
plus tax. All who plan to attend
are urged to contact Mrs. Charles
Brown on or before February 6.
Officers elected to serve in 1967
are as follows: President, Jesse
Stone; Vice-President, Mrs. Charles
Brown; Recording Secretary, Mrs.
W. T. Mosely, Jr.; Corresponding
Secretary, Mrs. R. H. Brinson; As-
sistant Corresponding Secretary,
Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr.; Treasurer,
W. H. Howell, Jr., and Publicity
Chairman, .Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.
Bridal Couple Is
Feted At Dinner
Miss Marion Lauder and Wayne
Richburg were complimented with
a dinner party in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. I. C. Nedley on Monu-
ment Avenue Sunday night.
The color scheme of pink and
white was carried throughout the
rooms. Focal point of the room
was the dining table, covered with
lace over pink linen with a lovely
center piece of white butterfly
roses, frosty pink carnations and
gyp, topped by a cluster of lilies-
of-the-valley, love birds and pearl
hearts and wedding bells nestled
in tulle puffs and ribbons.
Color pictures were made and
the couple received a silver tray
as a memento of the occasion.
Those enjoying the dinner with
Marion and Wayne were Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Hule, Mr. and Mrs. H.
W. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hurl-
but, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nedley,
Miss Mary Grace Smith and the
hosts, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nedley.
Workers Are Named
For Thrift Shop Duty
Anyone who has clothes or other
items to donate to the Thrift Shop
but find, it inconvenient to take
them to the shop on the marking
days, may call Miss Gertrude Bo
yer, 229-3671, Mrs. Leo Shealey
229-3921 or Mrs. Joe Hendrix, 227
5561 for pick up of items.
Workers for Saturday, February
4 are Mrs. Leo Shealey, Mrs
Charles Brock and Mrs. Aller
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to offer my thanks anc
gratitude for the cards, visits anc
flowers during my stay in a Talla
Your concern was appreciated.
MRS. GRADY KEELS
The faculty and student body of
Washington High School invite the
public to its homecoming activities
February 2 and 3.
Witness the Coronation Exercis-
es Thursday night, February 2 as
Yvonne Marie Bewey is crowned
Miss Washington High. The mem-
bers of her court: 12th Grade; An-
nie Coachman, Nathan Peters; 11th
Grade, Army Hall, Cecil Webb;
10 th Grade, Carolyn Kimble,
George Nettles; 9th Grade, Betty
Thompson, Lamar Speights; 8th
Grade, Velma Hall, George Wil-
liams; 7th Grade, Virgie Bolden,
Ben Morning; FBLA, Maggie Hall,
David Barnes; FHA, Carolyn Low-
ery, Janies Anthony; Crown Bear-
er, Valeria Wynn; Scepter Bearer,
The Coronation program will fol-
low thusly: Crown Bearers, Evonne
Span, Charles Tiller, Elaine Wil-
liams and Joseph Stallworth; Pre-
sentation of crown, Cleveland Bea-
chum, President of Student Coun-
cil; Presentation of flowers and
gift, Nether Lowery; Acceptance
speech, Miss WHS, Yvonne Marie
Bewey. The' Queen and her court
will be honored-In song, Annette
Tanner; In music, WHS band; In
poem, Nether Lowery. Remarks,
E. Williams, principal. Alma ma-
See the parade and all its splen-
Highland View Elementary School
Monday, February 6
Corn beef hash, mustard greens,
carrot and raisin salad, coconut
cake, corn bread and milk.
Tuesday, February 7
Sloppy joe, green beans, celery
sticks, gingerbread cupcakes, hot
biscuits and milk.;
Wednesday, February 8
Chicken and dumplings, green
butter beans, cheese wedge; sliced
tomatoes, strawberry applesauce,
white bread and milk.
Thursday, February 9
Hot dogs, buttered potatoes, cab-
bage slaw, cherry pie and milk.
Friday, February 10
Ham salad, spinach, stuffed cel-
ery, Ritz crackers, chocolate cake,
white bread and milk.
Tuesday, February 7, 10 to 12 A.M.
Free Wiglet and Cosmetics
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND
FREE FAVORS COFFEE and CAKE
Helene's Beauty Salon
Phone 227-7616 315 Williams Ave.
I' I U
/ OUT ON
Need A Loan for Medical Expenses,
Home Improvements or Income
If you need money for any personal need, take
advantage of a Bank loan available low
interest. It takes only a few minutes to apply
for a loan and usually only one day for it to be
approved. See us about a loan now stop
FOR THOUGHTFUL CUSTOMER SERVICE DO
YOUR BANKING WITH FLORIDA FIRST
NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST. JOE
dor at 2:00 p.m. on February. 3,
and you won't want to miss the
game of the season as the Washing-
ton High School Tigers emit a le-
thal road on the Quinn High School
of Apalachicola baby Tigers, Fri-
day night at 7:30 in the Washing-
ton High School Gymnasium.
Open House Scheduled
At 'Helene's Salon
Everyone is cordially invited to
attend an open house at Helene's
Beauty Salon, Tuesday, February
7 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
The open house will feature the
award of a wiglet and free cosme.
tics being given away to benefit
the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic
in Panama City, which serves the
Port St. Joe area. The Cosmetolo-
gist Affiliate No. 6 is the sponsor
of the project, in observing Nal,
tional Beauty Salon Week.
The public is invited to attend
the affair and have free coffee and
LUNCH ROOM MENU
MRS. CHARLES F. LARKEN
Garden Club Meets
Today With Mrs. Ayers
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet Thursday, February 9
at 3:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
H. F. Ayers.
A program on aims and proce-
dure of garden clubs, local, state
and, national will be presented by
Mrs. Elva Jones.
Members are asked to bring spe-
cimens from their yards.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967 PAGE FIVE
Miss Sandra Brown Feted At Shower
In Presbyterian Church Recently
Miss Sandra Brown, who will An arrangement of yellow jasmine
become the bride of Boyd Under- and, baby breath on the brides table
wood Jr. on February fourth, was further accented Miss Brown's
the honoree at a Tea Shower given color scheme of yellow and white.
by the women of the Church at Mrs. Alfonso Gilbert, Misses
Lenohr Smith, Deeda Gilbert and
the First Presbyterian Church on Laura Guilford presided at the
January twenty-first. Mrs. Marvin two tables.
Land and Mrs. R. M. Spillers greet- s Brown, smartly attired in
ed the, guests. Receiving with the Miss Brown, smartly attired in
ed the guests. Receiving with the a suit of brown and white, shared
honoree were her Mother, Mrs. this occasion with fifty guests
Sidney Brown, Jr. and an attend- who called between the hours of
ant in the approaching, wedding, four and six.
Miss Sylvia Addison, of Jackson- f _
The entrance of the church was Mrs. 'Parsons IS
decorated with varying shades of Speaker
red camillias. The tea table was Rotary Speaker
centered with an arrangement of
yellow tulips. White camellias Mrs. Betty Parsons of Panama
with yellow streamers on beds of City, District Representative of the
greenery graded the window sills. March of Dimes, spoke to the Ro-
tary Club last Thursday on some
of the work now being undertaken
by the March of Dimes.
th wie lstcMrs. Parsons said that the foun-
dation's work now is centered on
S R VICA the cause, cure and treatment of
ILA7 ^ birth defects. As a secondary ,ser-
ff A R vice, aid is still provided for polio
V"C L R patients who failed to receive the
new polio vaccine and contacted
the crippling disease.
COOL At present there is one birth
CON RTAlE defects center in Florida, the Uni-
-i diversity Hospital in Gainesville. A
.ATRACTI second center is due to open in
SANITARY Miami during the month of July.
TODA S A WTi I ft Mrs. Parsons said -that there are
tieatme oft ofw so m Ok presently ,70 centers throughout
Uond n ehat t R. the U.. S., all receiving financial.
1 i N beav cabomm aid from the March of Dimes,
tune-r t .The need, for this service was
f your doetr priet'rm a pointed out when Mrs. Parsons
CERVICAL COLLAR fA' stated that 80% of birth defects
YOU- remeanber yo ca can be treated and corrected. Over
get it from us-expertly fitb 200,000 unborn babies were killed
- tud as it should be by one of two years ago zin a German mea-
our trained technicians. We sles epidemic and it is -hoped that
spedalize too in back braces research will find a cure for sucja
enee supports, orthopedi
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Shark Notes -
By GILDA GILBERT
SHARKS WIN students were chosen for this po-
The Sharks defeated Altha last sition by the student body. Debbie
Friday light 54-52 in a game that Sykes and James White won the
was close all the way. John Mad- "best dressed" contest which was
dox was high point man' with 13 judged by the chaperones.
points. Tomorrow night the Sharks
play Apalachicola there. Saturday HONOR ROLL
night they play Perry here. Mon- The six weeks honor roll and the
day night they will go to Panama semester honor roll are being held
City to play Bay High for the first up for release because all grades
time this season. have not been completed due to
SADIE HAWKINS DANCE uncontrollable circumstances. They
During the Sadie Hawkins Dance will be announced at a later date.
held last Saturday night, both the CHIPOLA AREA TEST
Senior and Junior high Li'l Ab- The Chipola Area Test will be
ners and Daisy Mays were crown- given this morning and tomorrow
ed. For, Senior high they were Bar- morning to grades 7 through 11.
bara Buzzett and Bryan Baxley. All students are asked to be pres-
For Junior high they were Carol ent if it is possible because these
Parker and Tommy Smith. These tests cannot be made up.
Area Ham Radio Operators Beam
Emergency Message to Africa
Area "ham" radio operators
played an important part recently
in transmitting a death message PON'T LOSE I
to Lagos, Nigeria, it was learned LOCK IT/'
this week. L CK I'I
Efforts by William Carr of Port
St. Joe to reach Mr. and Mrs. Steve
.Mondau, who are teaching at the
American, International School in
a remote spot at Lagos, Nigeria, /
and tell Mrs. Monday of the death
of her brother, Foy Scheffer re-
cently were to no avail. Carr asked
Pope Fendley, station W4SGG of
Port St. Joe to give a try on the
radio to get word to the Mondaus. '
Fendley knew of a "ham" sta-
tion in Panama City that might be SAY YOU SAW IT IN T
able to reach the dark continent
and contacted M. R. Hagans, sta-
tragedies. Uon W Z.
Guests of the club were Buck HIagans got his equipment all
Chauncey of Aaplachicola; Charles warmed up and in operation, set
Gordon, Jacksonville; Bob Wallon, his antenna rotator and beamed
SPanama City and Andrew Lewis, it toward Africa, bounding his ra-
student guest from Port St. Joe dio waves into the air, off the ione-
High School. sphere and hopefully to Africa.
After about an hour of calling
CLASSIFED ADS "CQ Africa", meaning "I'd like to
., CASSIRFIED.talk to a station inijAfrica," with
"Midget Investments With "emergency traffic," a reply came
back. A ham' operator named "Pi-
erre," station TU2BA, who- said he
was on the -Ivory Coast of Africa
answered. He said he was some
distance froni the village where the
Mondaus were located but offered
S a v e s to try to get the emergency mes-
sage to thm. Pierre told Hagans
to come back on the air in 19.hours
and he'd be waiting.
Before the 19 hours had lapsed
I 7 9 7 Hagans realized he was having
some malfunction with his trans-
Rib pr Brisket mitter and drove 60 miles north
STEW BEEF -_ lb. 29c to Chipley to the home of G. D. Mc-
Sliced Pork Kechnie, station W4IKB. At the
STEAKS ---lb. 49c end of 19 hours, he got ready to
bounce or "skip" his radio waves
back to Pierre and the Ivory
_I I w 4 -- Coast.
F KTK ----- pound 2SC
Frosty Morn 12 OI. Pkg. Semipole Sliced
FRANKS 2 pks. 79c BACON -- lb. 49c
Sunshine, w/roots-No. 2 2 Sunshine Cut Green-No. 2Y2,
Turnips 2 cans 39c BEANS 2 cans 49c
Showboat PORK &-No. 2Y2 Stokely Cream Style-303.Can
BEANS 2 cans 35c CORN 2 cans 35c
Grapefruit 46 Oz. Can Lace 4 Roll Pkg.
JUICE -- can 29c TISSUE pkg. 25c
WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
10 Ib. 69c
No Boil Gal. Jug Fresh Large Heads Calif.
BLEACH jug 39c LETTUCE head 19c
6A. GRADE "A" MEDIUM
EGGS 2 doz 79c
REG. WHITE 10 POUND BAG
Potatoes 10 Ibs. 39c
Fresh Juicy Extra Fancy Fresh
G'fruit 3 for 19c Tomatoes lb. 29c
GROCERY and MARKET
SEVENTH STREET HIGHLAND VIEW
Pierre came in and said through
four other ham operators he had
reached the Mondau family and
had got a reply back just an hour
before that. they were already on
a plane en route home.
McKechnie said the ham in Af-
rica, spoke with a' broken English
and that through a phonetic spell-
ing of each word they were able to
converse enough to get their mes-
Masonry Paneled Walls
On 2 Large Lots
Already Financed -
Equity Priced low
for Quick Sale
I. W. DUREN
Curry Announces That Floridians Are
Contirbuting More Than Ever to Cancer
Cecil Curry, president of thenounced that total Memorial Gifts
Gulf County Unit of the American in the State had increased to a
Cancer Society, reported this week new high record of contributions
that Floridians, during 1966, had amounting to $120,146.
contributed more than ever be-
fore to the Society's Legacy and
Memorial Funds to help support
year round cancer programs of
research, public and' professional
education and patient services.
Mr. Curry said that the Society's
Florida headquarters in Tampa an-
New Rifle Course
Planned by C D.
A new basic rifle marksmanship
course for women only, ages 18
and above, has been announced by
the Office of Civil Defense, A. P.
"Bob" Jackson, director.
This course is designed to teach
the safe and proficient handling
and use of small arms and is of-
fered at this time to help women
prepare themselves 'for personal
and home defense. It is noteworthy
that as a result of this course re-
cently held in Orlando, and attend-
ed by some 5,000 women, crimes
against women have dropped to
almost zero in that area.
The six weekly two hour classes
will begin at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday,
February 28, at the St. James Epis-
copal Parish House and will be
taught by certified instructors of
the Gulf Rifle Club. Practice fir-
ings will be held at the Gulf Rifle
Club's range on Saturdays.
Registration for this course may
be made at the Port St. Joe City
Hall. A fee of $3.00 pei person
will be charged to cover cost of
material and ammunition, which
may be paid at' time of first class.
THE FABRIC YOU KNOW & LOVE
If you sew you know
Ultra-Blend, the 50%
Avril, 50% Cotton
that's thin and cool,
requires little or no iron-
ing. Mini-prints, mod-
ems and traditional.
Last year in Gulf County, con-
tributions to the Memorial Gift
Fund totaled $46.50.
During the same period, Mr. Cur-
ry pointed out, contributions made Those who wish to contribute
through provisions written into memorial gifts in memory of a
wills and by bequests by citizens deceased member of the family or
throughout the State amounted to close friend may obtain informa-
more than $433,800. tion by cantacting Mr. Walter Dod-
son, Florida First National Bank
"There seem to be very good at Port St. Joe, Phone 227-8191 or
reason why more Floridians are 227-8421. Persons who may wish
giving more to help underwrite to provide bequests can obtain
the American Cancer Society's can- details and recommendations from
cer control program," Mr. Curry their attorney about proper pro-
said. It is becoming ,more evident cedures and the possibilities of de-
to most of us that cancer is a ductable tax savings.
mighty serious health problem, in +
Florida and nationwide, and the READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
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Many, many smart new
mini-prints included, all in
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disease is, indeed, everybody's pro-
blem. Somber statistics such as
these provide convincing proof in
1965, more than 10,350 Floridians
died of cancer and in 1966, it is
estimated that up to 11,000 will
have died of the disease.
"There is no doubt about it," Mr.
Curry said, "waging the war to
help conquer cancer is costly, but
for those who want to contribute
financial support, it can be done
I TE STAR, Port St. Jos, Fla.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967
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............. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967
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.....'.. .....Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter Enjoys
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Li::..:'Informal Evening At Rish Home
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef
ROUND STEAK -8
CUBED STEAK LB. B
TOP ROUND 9 c
SIRLOIN STEAK LB 9C
Grade "A" Quick Frozen Young
TURK E YS
6 to 12 LB.
A &P BRAND I
F R O ZEN FOODS!
CUT GREEN BEANS, 9 Oz. Pkg.
Fresh Cut GREEN BEANS, 9 oz. pkg.
Fordhook LIMA BEANS, 10 oz. pkg.
BABY LIMAS, 10 oz. pkg.
Mixed VEGETABLES, 10 oz. pkg.
French Fried POTATOES, 1 Ilb. bag
COTTAGE FRIES, 1 lb. bag
All Brands Reg., King Size or
CARTON OF 10 PACKS
All Varieties Gerber's Strained
JANE PARKER DUTCH 1 LB., 8 OZ. SIZE
APPLE PIES -----------each 39c
JANE PARKER 1 LB., 4 OZ. SIZE
PECAN PIES-------each 53c
JANE PARKER ORANGE 1 LB., 1 OZ. RING
CHIFFON CAKE ---------each 49c
JANE PARKER Golden, Cinnamon or Sugared
DONUTS------2 boxes of 12, 45c
JANE PARKER Cracked Wheat, Rye or Pumpernickle
B R E A D -- 5 1-lb. Loaves 99c
-86'461 A Fr l i a s
FREEZER BEEF SALE!
165 to 180 Lb. Avg. Whole Beef
FRONTS lb. 49c
25 to 35 Lb. Avg. Whole Beef
RIBS lb. 69c
70 to 90 Lb. Avg. Whole Beef 45 to 55 Lb. Avg. Whole Beef
Rounds lb. 69c LOINS Ib. 79c
155 TO 170 LB. AVG. WHOLE BEEF
-- Cut and Wrapped For Your Freezer At No Additional Cost --
HEINZ CONDENSED 10/2 OZ. CAN
10 oz. jar 99c
D can 10c
SUNNYBROOK FRESH GA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM SIZE CTNS of 1 DOZ. SPECIAL!
AL LFLAVORS HI-C 1 QT., 14 OZ. CANS
2 ctns. 79c
10c OFF LABEL! LAUNDRY DETERGENT (Limit 1 With $5.00 Order) 3 LB.,. SIZE
giant box 59c
COLD STREAM PINK LIBBY TOMATO 1 QT., 14 OZ. CANS
SALMON--- 1 Ilb. can 59c JUICE 3cons $1.00
MEL-O-BIT AMERICAN, PIMENTO or SWISS HUNT'S TOMATO 14 OZ. BOTTLES
SLICED CHEESE _- 12 oz. 53c CATSUP -- 2 bottles 45c
A&P SALTED SPANISH BETTY CROCKER 2 LB., 8 OZ. BOX
PEANUTS-- 7 oz. can 29c BISQUICK box 49c
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THIN MINTS pkg. 39c GARBAGE CANS ea. $1.99
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MAYONNAISE T 49c
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10 lb. bag 59c
12 for 39c
LARGE SIZE PASCAL
2 stalks 25c
ANJOU PEARS ----- lb. 19c
in 510 Fifth Street
SPrices in this Ad Good through
Saturday, February 4
VAW Quantity Rights Reserved
The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi enjoyed an in-
formal evening in the home of
Carol Rish, January 17 beginning
at 7:00 p.m.
Each member prepared a cover-
ed dish for a pot luck supper pre-
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HOME COMFORT SURVEY
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
thart show the NAPA Sign.
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
311 Williams Ave. Ph. 227-2141
vious to the regular business
meeting. There was quite a variety
from which to choose including
vegetables, casseroles, salads, fried
chicken and hot rolls.
Immediately following supper,
the regular bi-monthly business
meeting was held.
One of the main topics of dis-
cussion was the Mothers March of
Dimes. Xi Epsilon Kappa will par-
ticipate in this drive January 31
from 6 to 9 p.m. in house to house
canvass. Service chairman, Sissy
Farris gave each member her as-
signment at this time.
At the close of the meeting Do-
lores Cox presented the program
entitled, "Easy and Informal". This
program dealt with continuing edu-
cation through all types of read-
ing, radio and TV and what is
learned through social association,
business contacts, clubs and cul-
Those attending were Dolores
Cox, Sissy Farris, Greta Freeman,.
June Gay, Lib Hammock, Elva
Jones, Sara Peters, Wandis Scott
and Carol Rish.
CARD OF THANKS
To My Many Friends and the
Wonderful People of Port St. Joe:
Let me use this means of saying
"Thank You" for your many pray-
ers, your visits and the many beau-
tiful flowers and cards you sent
during my stay in the hospital.
Without all this, the hours would
have seemed an eternity. For your
thoughtfulness and consideration
you'll always have my gratitude.
W. L. "Bill" BROWN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
LAWRENCE D. BOWEN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors of the estate of
Lawrence D. Bowen, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publi-
cation of this notice. Each claim
or demand must be in writing and
must state the place of residence
and post office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
or it will become void according to
Dated January 17, 1967.
ALICE J. BOWEN,
Administratrix of the
Estate of Lawrence D.
CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.,
Attorney for Administratrix
221 Reid Avenue 4t
Port St. Joe, Florida 1-19
First publication on January 19,
You can always count
on our pharmacist to
be available when you
need him, regardless of
the hour! And you can
depend on him for all?
your other health
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
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1-962 FORD WAGON ------$ 895
1961 FORD FORDOR --. $ 495
1964 OLDSMOBILE ------- $1995
1965 COMET FORDOR -- $1495
1960 FALCON ----------$ 395
1960 RAMBLER ------ $ 95
1959 MERCURY --- $ 295
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presenting the picture to the merchants on Tuesday, you willreceive a $5.00 gift certificate for merchandise of your
choice. If you are the second person to present the pictures to the merchant, you will receive a $3.00 gift certificate,
and if you are the third person'to present the merchants with his picture, you will receive a $2.00 gift certificate. Reg-
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1. Anyone age 14 or older may register for the Grand
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2. Each person may register any time at each of the
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3. Register, any day from opening until closing time.
4. Put name and address on Registration Card.
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All seams opened, linings hand fin-
Buttons replaced ad minor repairs
made on Trousers, Slacks and Skirts
Mrs. Marie Wright operates our
spotting, cleaning and finishing
107 Second St. Port St.' Joe Phone 227-5991
1966 and 1967
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THE STAR Pert St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967 PAGE ELEVEN
-RICH'S IGA AT PORT ST.
IGA FRESH FROZEN
OUR BEEF IS ADVANCE SELECTED EACH WEEK BY EXPERTS. EXCLUSIVE
KANSAS CITY AGED STEERS. THIS BEEF IS GRADED FROM THE HIGHEST
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BUT FOR YOU OUR CUSTOMERS
THE VERY BEST OF THIS U.S. CHOICE IS SELECTED BY IGA BEEF EXPERTS!
TENDER FRESH ALL MEAT
GROUND-CHUCK CUBED STEAK STEW BEEF
lb. 69c lb, 88c b. 69c
EXTRA,,GOOD LEAN TENDER, FLAVORFUL
Ground Beef 3lbs. $1.29 SIRLOINS ..-lb. 99c
TABLERITE WASTE FREE DELICIOUS
CHUCK ROAST SHOULDER ROAST NO. 7 STEAK
lb. 49c b- 69c lb. 59c
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS ... FULL VARIETY
GENUINE SPRING LAMB AND PREMIUM VEAL
SOUTHERN PRIZE SWIFT PREMIUM
SLICED BACON 3 LB. CANNED HAM
lb. 49c $2.88
LOOK FOR HIGH QUALITY, LOW PRICES IN HERMAN MEATS
Herman All Meat
WIENERS ----- 3 pkgs. $1.00
COOKED HAM --- 2 pkgs. $1.00
Chopped HAM 3 pkgs. $1.00
Herman Bologna, Souse, Olive, Pickle
LUNCH MEAT --------pkg. 29c
EXTRA GOOD HERMAN HOT OR MILD
ROLL SAUSAGE --------2 lb. roll 88C
HERMAN FROZEN STEAK SPECIAL
, BOX OF 10
RIB EYE STEAKS
ECONOMY MEAT SPECIALS
3 POUNDS MEATY NECKBON'ES
POUNDS SMOKED SAUSAGE
POUNDS RED HOTS
POUNDS HAM HOCKS 88c
POUNDS PIG FEET H
POUNDS PIG TAILS
COPELAND TENDERIZED HAMS
SHANK PORTION lb. 59c BUTT PORTION lb. 59c
CENTER STEAKS lb. 88c SLICED PORTION lb. 69c
PREM -- 12
39c MAYONNAISE _
oz. can 49c
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GA. GRADE "A" LARGE WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
1 Doz. EGGS... FREE
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POTATOES 20 Ibs 98c
PAL NO. 10 JAR WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
COOKING OIL 99c
DOMINO WITH $10.00
ORDER OR MORE
5 lbs. 49c
PURE WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
ROBIN HOOD WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
FLOUR 10 Ilb. bag 99c
-- DAIRY SPECIALS --
ALL FLAVORS IGA TABLERITE
ICE CREAM V2 gal. 591
BUTTER lb. 79c
ORANGE JUICE ---- qt. 'btl. 29c
ROLLS --------2 reg. cans 45c
DIXIE LILY PINE MOUNTAIN
PAL DELICIOUS 2 LB. JAR
Peanut Butter jar 59c
CAMPBELL'S Chicken Noodle,
Chicken Rice or Chicken Stars-No. 1
SOUPS -- 3 cans 49c
D. M. Pineapple-Grapefruit-46 Oz.
JUICE --- 3 cans 89c
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S IGA
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
Spaghetti and Meat Balls
CHILI and BEANS
ROSE DALE NO. 303 CANS
PEAS-- --6 cans $1.00
CLOROX -- V2 gal.
Macaroni Dinners ---
SPONGES --.. Ig.
HANDY PAK FRENCH FRIED
2 POUND BAGS
IGA FIELD PEAS W/SNAPS or 20'OZ. PKG.
SARA LEE FROZEN 12 OZ. PKG.
SAUSAGE PIZZA ---
ALL VARIETIES 11 OUNCE PKGS.
MORTON TV DINNERS
2 for 89c
TROPI-CAL-O ORANGE 64 OUNCE BOTTLE
5 LB. BAGS
LARGE JUMBO BUNCHES FRESH
TURNIPS COLLARDS MUSTARD
BELL PEPPERS and 10c
CUCUMBERS- 4 for I19
FOR YOUR DIET FERRIS GROVES
SMALL GRAPEFRUIT ...---- each 5c
FERRIS GROVES JUICY
LARGE GRAPEFRUIT ----3 for 25c
GA. RED I
SWEET POTATOES ---- b.
SMALL TANGELOS ----- each 2c
We Have A Large Supply of
SPRING GARDEN SEED
/ A L
OVER A PECK
SWEET POTATOES ----bag
BLUE TAG SEED
IRISH POTATOES -- -------lb. 8c
BEST RUSKIN VINE RIPE
The Best Fancy Fruit on the Market Lge. Bu. Bag
Temple ORANGES, TANGELOS -- bag $1.00
STRAWBERRIES ------------pt. 39c
GREEN ONIONS, CELERY, CARROTS
RADISHES and AVACADO PEARS T AC
LOOK! GOOD FLAVOR 2 POUND BASKET
Specials In This Ad Good
FEBRUARY 1 THROUGH 4
1 POUND BOX DIXIE LILY
WITH PURCHASE OF
2 Dozen EGGS at RICH'S
GA. GRADE "A" LARGE
EGGS 2 doz. 98c
GA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM.
EGGS 2 doz. 89c
PAY DAY or HOLLYWOOD
6 bars for.. 17C
A REGULAR 30c VALUE!
Completely Home Owned "nd Operated by E. J. Rich and Sons
RICE -----3 lb. bag
IGA TWIN PAK
SAVE CASH AT RICH'S NOT STAMPS
PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1967
E Dodson Says 1966 Breaks All Post War
Records In Savings Bond Purchases
Mr. Walter C. Dodson, South that 1966 had broken all postwar
SI Gulf County Volunteer Savings records for purchases of U. S. Say-
S. Bond Chairman today announced ings Bonds in Florida. Purchases
Rev. and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Cross, mis-
sionaries to, Honduras, will be
speaking to Faith Bible Church,
Sunday, February 5, at 7:00 p.m.
at the evening service.
Paul and Beth Cross are gradu-
ates of Miami Bible College and
have been with the Central Ameri-
can Mission in Honduras since
their graduation. They are cur-
rently on furlough for rest, study
and deputation work in Florida.
Faith Bible Church extends' an
invitation to all to come Sunday
night to share the experiences of
these missionaries, to the peoples
of Central America. The evening
service begins at 7:00 p.m. and a
nursery is provided for small chil-
of $96,933,627 were more than $7,
700,000 higher than the previous
record year of 1963.
"All of the gain can be attribut- -i
ed to Series E sales which soared -
nearly $10 million", Mr. Dodson _
said. Series E Bonds are the ones .-
widely purchased through payroll
savings plans in industry, business
and local and federal governmental
agencies. Impetus was added this
year by the announcement by Pre-
sident Johnson in mid-February
of an increase in the interest rate
to 4.15 per cent when the bonds,
are held seven years to maturity.
"Hundreds of thousands of new
payroll savers, were added during
1966," Mr. Dodson said "through
the effort of the National Indust-
rial Pay roll Savings Committee
headed by Mr. Lynn A. Townsend,
President of Chrysler Corporation.
Mr. Dodson further stated that
fifty-two of Florida's sixtyyseven
counties exceeded their sales
quotas set by the Treasury Depart-
ment-many of them by wide mar-
OFFICEE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
rag content bond, all sizes. On-
onskin, manuscript covers, carbon
aper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
everything for the office. The Star,
SCHOOL RECEIVES ACCREDITATION CERTIFICATE
NOW IT'S LEGAL Port St. Joe High School Principal Allen
Scott shows the official certificate of accreditation from the Southern
Association of Schools and Colleges for the Port St. Joe High School.
The local High School lost its accreditation last year and regained
it again in October of the current school year. ---Star photo
Grand Jury Report
(Continued On Page 10) '
struction site of new Court House
that the pilings in the foundation
of the new, Court Houtse are more
than adequate to support expected,
weight load and safety factor, de-
spite bad alignment, with the ex,
ception of cluster No. 63. The Jury
further found that when piling
cluster No. 63 is repaired and com-
plies with the architect's specific
tions exhibited to the Jury, it wil
also be sufficient to meet afl re
quirements in respect to weight
load capability and safety factor.
"It is believed by the Grand
Jury that had closer supervision
and inspection been exercised on
this job, much unfavorable publi-
city and unnecessary work could
have been avoided and a better job
In Bulk From Port
\V -' .' *
Fractionating Towers in Port St. Joe made the tall oil rosin.
Tall Oil Rosin loaded onto freighter ship here in Port St. Joe
*an January 24.
would have resulted. Therefore, "The Jury further recommends
the Jury recommends to the Board that the architect require more
of County Commissioners. of Gulf complete and more thorough writ-
County, that they require not only ten reports made by the Clerk-In-
- weekly written reports to the Su- spector weekly, and that a closer
- pervising Architect and Board of relation be insisted upon and main.
I County Commisioners by the job tained between the Board of
- Clerk-Inspector, but ,that they re- County Commissioners, the archi-
t quire oral reports and discussions tect, and the Clerk-Inspector upon
with the Board not less than twice progress reports of the construc-
a month and that the County Comn- tion.
missioners require stricter inspec- "The Jury finds that failure of
tion by said Clerk-Inspector. the Clerk-Inspector and the Con-
S "This Jury commends the Corn- tractor's superintendent to per-
I missioners responsible for this in- form their respective d u t i e s
i vestigation. brought about the present state of
conditions in respect to the Court
,House foundation, although the
present inspector was employed af-
T a ll O11 \ Iter the job was started.
"The Grand Jury respectfully
A recommends to the Judge of this
S t.' J o e upon the expiration of the present
S O D erivatijury term that a new jury be im-
Tall Oil Derivatives, chemical paneled with specific instructions
products made from pine tree derin- to closely supervise and inspect
vatives (by-product of the Kraft work and progress of the cnstruc-
Paper process) ar6 being shipped tion of the new Gulf County Court
from Port St. Joe in bulk these House, and continue the work
days. In mid-December, 1966, ,a started by this Jury.
commodity of well over 500 tons "The Grand Jury respectfully
of product was shipped, as one of requests that the Board of County
the Port St. Joe Glidden Copany requests that the Board of County
the Port St. Joe Glidden Company Commissioners report to the Grand
plant's largest shipments 'of tall Jury steps taken by them to com-
oil derivatives to Europe. This -ply with the recommendations
shipment has now been exceeded herein expressed.
by a load of tall oil rosin put a- "The. Grand .Jury respectfully
board a freighter ship in the Port requests that the Clerk-Inspector
St. Joe harbor January 23 and 24, and Contractor's superintendent l
1967. be encouraged by their respective
This shipment is considerably in superiors, to more vigorously per-
excess of 1,000 tons of rosin and form their duties of supervision
was moved from the Glidden Tall and inspection.
Oil Plant to the docks several days Respectfully submitted, i
prior to the freighter's arrival. The RALPH P. NANCE, u
freighter ship taking the load Foreman
brought automobiles to the United
States from Europe. After dis-
charging thfse in Jacksonville, ,the
ship sailed around the tip of Flor-
ida to pick, up the tall oil rosin in
Port St. Joe.
Several hundred drums of the
rosin were put aboard the ship
for movement to Europe. Last
month's "one of the largest ship-
ments of tall oil products to
Europe", has been exceeded by
this shipment-the biggest load to
Europe from the Glidden plant
since operations began ten years
A growth of shipment sizes from
Port St Joe reflects a growth in
this segment of Gulf county's in-
dustrial production. Glidden's tall
oil rosin, produced in several dif-
ferent grades, has been well re-
ceived in Japan in the last few
years; sales commodities of this
industrial chemical are now mov-
ing to Europe as well, in bulk, in
increasing amounts. This rosin, a-
long, with other tall oil derivatives,
accentuates the variety of industry
utilizing the pine tree for com-
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of DRIESBACH CLEANERS at 180
Avenue "C", Port St. Joe, Gulf
County, Florida, intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court, Gulf County, Flor-
/s/ Raymond A. Driesbach
/s/ Lenora Alecia Driesbach
Income Tax Returns
J. D. CLARK
27 Years Experience
Prompt and Efficient
INCOME TAX SERVICE
1017 Long Ave. Ph 227-7771
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: Estate of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which
you, or either of you, may have
against the estate of MILLIE PAT-
TERSON, deceased, late of Gulf
County, Florida, to the Honorable
Sam P. Husband, County Judge of
9ulf County, Florida, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse in Gulf County, Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section
733.16 Florida Statutes.
This the 9th day of January, A.
/s/ D. P. PETERS, Sr.
Administrator of the
Estate of MILLIE PAT-
/s/ WILLIAM J, RISH, 4t
303 Fourth Street 1-12
Port St. Joe, Florida
Attorney for Administrator
First publication on January 12,
Highland View Water Users
Water bills are payable at 322
Fifth Street from the First to the
15th of each month. Bills not paid
by the 16th will have service cut
BOARD of COMMISSIONERS
Highland View Water and
I Are For You..... Use em
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bed
paneled block house. $6,250
ico Beach. Phone 648-3141.]
ings call 648-4186., tf
FOR SALE: Lots in Oak G
Park your trailer on your
lot. $25.00 down and $25.00
month. For information i
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house
den, built in kitchen and thE
stat controlled heater. Phone
FOR SALE: Dwelling at 219
Street. Contact Citizens Fe(
Savings and Loan Associatio
FOR REAL ESTATE SALES
RENTALS contact Elizabetl
Thompson, associate. Mexico B
Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98,
St. Phone 648-4545. E. Tom
geon, broker. tf
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house
Marvin Avenue. Must see to
preciate. Lot 75x15. For all i
nation call 227-4611.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 1
concrete block home on Ma
Avenue; carport, well for water
lawn, high elevation, desire
neighborhood. Reasonably pr:
Call any reasonable hour 9-546
after 6 p.m. 9-4691. tfc-1
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home
cated on' corner lot in
neighborhood. Two carports
utility rooms. Phone 227-8021.
FOR SALE: Four bedroom h(
at 805 Garrison Avenue.
500.00. Phone 227-8941. tfc-
FOR SALE: 1966 Motorola p
able TV with stand. Pay $15
cash or assume payments of $1
monthly. Call 227-8312. tfp-
FOR SALE: Two bedroom hc
and two extra lots. Three
pools, garage, three wells, two e
tric pumps. Good garden spot.
enced up to paving. Corner
'ourth Street and Park Ave. M
be seen to appreciate. Reason
selling, moving out of state.
. J. Lairmore, 115 4th Str
[ighland View. 2tp-
FOR SALE: 4 ,bedroom, 2 b
house. Inquire at Smith's PI
FOR SALE: One bedroom hoi
four miles above White C
Cash or terms. Phone 227-5091.
FOR RENT or SALE: 3 bedr(
house. Large den, carport,
furnished. Fenced yard. Billy
dan. Call 227-7916.
FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 bedro
house at 117 Westcott Cir
Can be seen by calling 227-748:
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two b
room house. Convenient to sch
Phone 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom
nished house. Mexico Beach.
Barney Earley, 648-9125 or I
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house
Oak Grove. $40.00 month.
Bill Carr. tfc-1
FOR RENT: Business location. 1
15' in new, modern, air con
tioned building. Call Helene Fer
Phone 227-7616. tfc-1
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnish
apartment, upstairs. 522% Th
St. Call 227-8642. tfc-9
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnish
house, in town. Also 2 bedro
cottage at Beach. Apply at Smit
[room FOR RENT: Furnished apartment REDUCE SAFE, simple and fast
Mex- ,at 1506 Long Avenue. Phone 227- with GoBese tablets. Only 98c.
Even- 5426. tfc-10-27 CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE. 3-13
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish- SELL KNAPP SHOES part or full
.rove. ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea- time. Earn $25 to $150 a week
own sonable monthly rates. Call 227- on high commissions and bonus.
D per 3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7 Steady year-round business. Equip-
)hone ment furnished. Write to R. L.
p-1-26 FOR RENT: Four room furnished Johnson, Knapp Shoes, Brockton,
house, Beacon Hill. Phone 227- Mass. 3tp-1-26
ermo- FOR SALE: Beauty on wheels. Mo- NOATICEt Rt LCapps, Publiceax
229- bile beauty shop. Call 648-3873 Accountaneithas tmoved his of the
'd-1-26 or Panama Ci76-7457 collect. It from Dalkeith to the "Sign of the
c-1-26 or Panama City 763-7457 collect, t Shiner" Route 71, Wewahitchka.
7th FOR SALE: 14' fiberglass fishing 1-5-4-15c
ieral boat. Kennedy Craft. Two bait HELP WANTED:Jewelry company
n at wells, use one for ice, one for live has opening for ladies forparty
10-27 box or bait. C. W. Long. tfc-1-26 plan selling. No investment. Car
and FOR SALE: 17', fibreglass Aristo- necessary, excellent commissions
h w Craft boat with 80 hp motor and and opportunity for advancement.
hech Weko trailer. Contact R. F. Max. Write P. 0. Box 2294, Panama City
19th well at the AP. tfc-10-27 or phone 234-2909. 3t3-2-2
Prid- FOR SALE: 14 ft. Correct Craft HELP WANTED: Full or part time.
c3-31 boat and trailer with 40 hp. Part time workers can earn $50
Buccaneer motor. Motor only run or more weekly or much more for
e on 10 to 12 hours. New paint on boat. full time. On part time basis work
o ap- Paint partially removed from in- 2 to 5 hours after 4 p.m. daily and
nfor- side for new painting. $275.00 cash. full itme, 6 to 8 hours daily. Any
Phone evenings 648-4945. Q. T. person can qualify. The lazy need
bath Ward. 2t-12-29 not apply. Four people to be em-
oa, played. Interested parties write P.
arvin FOR SALE: Very clean 1959 white 0. Box 564, Chipley, Florida 32428.
ring Chevrolet Impala. Red interior. Give full name) address, age, pres-
rable 4-door. In excellent condition. Pri- ent or previous employer, phone-
iced. ced reasonable. Call 229-2446 af- number and indicate full or part
36 or ter 5:00 p.m. week days. tfc-1-5 time desired. 2tc-2-2'
FOR SALE: 1958 model Ford with WANTED IMMEDIATELY: Man or
lo- 1960 engine. Pick-up truck. Body Woman to supply consumers
nice in good condition. Good tires. Ph. with Rawleigh products in Gulf
with 227-3796. 2tc-1-26 County or Port St. Joe. Can earn
tfc $50.00 weekly part time-$100 and
usFOR SALE: UsedTV's. Good con- up full time. Write Rawleigh FLA-
ouse edition. $39.95 and up. ST. JOE 100-336, Memphis, Tenn. 4tp-1-5
$10- 'RADIO and TV. Phone 227-4081.
C12-8 RADIO, TV REPAIR. For fast and
FOR SALE: Upright piano. Good efficient service call Heath Ra-
Port- condition. $125.00. Call 229-dio and TV, 205 Duval St., Oak
1.91 1861. tp Grove. Phone 227-5019. All work
.12-1 FOR SALE: Used Television sets. guaranteed. 4tp-1-19
Some with new. picture tubes. COLOR TELEVISION
house For fast, efficient TV. service call by RCA or PHILCO
cess ARNOLD'S FURNITURE and TV. 19" 21" 25"
elec- Phone 229-3611. tfc-12-1 Manable for immediate delivery
All ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.
of FOR SALE: Like new 50,000 BTU ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.Ave
lust oil burning floor furnace, elec- Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave
for trick ignition, thermostat control. GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
See Call 227-3816 after 5:30 p.m. tfc altered. Hot salts deluxe' bluing.
eet, Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
1-19 FOR SALE: 3/8" plywood boat in Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
good condition. 1 qt. boat paint trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
bath and rod" rack included. Asking see Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
har- $70.00. See at 1015 Marvin Avenue JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
1-12 or call 227-7951. 2tp-1-26 ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
use, FOR SALE: 40 gal. electric water made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
'ity. heater. Good condition. Call 227- ed Reasonable rates. Work guar-
tf 818. condition. Call 227 anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
tf 8185. Phene 229-2272. tfe
oom FOR SALE: 4 gas heaters, $10.00
un- each. Gulf Cands Court, St. Joe MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
Jor- Beach. Phone 648-9188. tfc-1-5 man is as near as your telephone.
tJor-e Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR.
ANCE AGENCY, across from the
oom NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE Post Office. Local and Long pis-
'cle. Apalachicola, Florida, tance Moving. Free Estimates.
I. Thursday, Friday, Saturday
February 2, 3 and 4 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
)ed- 3 SHOWS Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
too. "BEDFORD INCIDENT" R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
tfc A War Show Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
fur- "BORN FREShoE" 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
all "LEMONADEJOE" WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
648- A Western HOWARD BLCK, Sec.
at WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
See THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
1,26 FOR irg second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
5'x AMBULANCE SERVICE Home.
ndi- THERE WILL BE a regular com-
rris In Wewahitchka and munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
-12 Port St. Joe No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
hed and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ird CALL -
)-15 Comforter Funeral Home
om 227-3511 H. L. BURGE, Secretary
h's T. J. ADKINS, W.M.
Buy -:0 Sell + Trade -- Lease
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