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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTIETH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967 NUMBER 30
Action Begun to
Take Proposed School Site
Drive chairmen of the Gulf County Chapter, Rish, drive chairman and B. Roy Gibson, Jr.,
American Cancer Society look over their goal industrial chairman. Miss Minerva McLane, house
for the coming year. From left to right are, to house chairman was not present when the
Walter C. Dodson, special events chairman; Ce- picture was made.
cil Curry, Gulf County Chairman; William J. -Star photo
Cancer Drive Workers Urged
To Exceed Last Year's Goal
Parrott Trying for
State 'President Post
Joe Parrott of Port St. Joe, of-
ficially opened his campaign to
seek election as president of the
Florida Jaycees this past week end
at a caucus in Gainesville.
Parrott, who is currently serving
as National Director has also serv-
ed as president of the local club
and a District Director of the state
Parrott has received some of the
highest Jaycee awards on both a
local and state level. He was voted
outstanding Jaycee state vice pres-
ident in 1965.
Parrott is being'opposed for the
state's top office by Sully Ferrito
of Daytona Beach and Dr. Gary
Sowers of Maintland.
Parrott's campaign manager is
Robert B. Staats president of the
Panama City Jaycees.
Parrott will be campaigning un-
til May when the election event
will be held at the state conven-
Lou Little Named
District Jaycee Veep
Louie Little of Port St. Joe was
'elected District I Vice-President of
the Florida Jaycees this past week
end at the annual conference of
Florida Jaycees in Gainesville.
Little is currently president of
the Port St. Joe Jaycees and has
been active in the local club for
Thirty volunteers to work for
SIthe Gulf County Cancer Crusadp
were present at a kick-off meeting
held in the St. James Episcopal
Parish House last Friday morning.-
Drive Chairman, William J.
Rish, charged the campaign chair-
man to strive to better last year's
goal for collections.
Rish announced that B. Roy
Gibson, Jr., was in charge of the
business and industrial collection
drive and set a goal of $1,000 for
this area. Gibson said he felt the
goal could be reached, as $983.00
%was collected in this area last
Walter C. Dodson will head up
the Memorials and Special Events
activities with a goal of $500.00.
Dodson said that several special
events are tentatively planned for
the month of April.
Miss Minerva McLane has the
largest corps of workers and the
largest area to cover with her
house to house campaign. In South
Gulf last year, this group collected
$1,680.00 for the drive and plans
are to go over this amount this
The chairman said that empha-
sis this year will be on education.
Each house to house collector has
been provided with a small gum-
med sticker containing the seven
danger signals of cancer. The work-
ers will give one to every home in.
the county and suggest that they
be stuck up on the bathroom mir-
ror for easy reference.
Cecil Curry, Gulf County Chair-
man of the Cancer Society told the
workers that on a national scale,
37% of funds received will go to
research and 24% for education.
The remainder will go for the
(Continued On Page 12)
Gulf Art Association
The Gulf Art Association will
have a non-competitive exhibition
in the old Buzzett Drug Store build-
ing on Reid Avenue April 13, 14, 15
The building will be opened
Wednesday, April 12 between the
hours of 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. to re-
Pictures may be entered by mem-
bers of the club, school children or
any resident of Gulf County.
Pastels, charcoal, chalk and wa-
ter coloring must be matted and
oil paintings in frames.
The public is encouraged to at-
By School Board
The Gulf County Board of Public Instruction unanimously voted
to begin proceedings of Eminent Domain, to take approximately 35
acres of land on Niles Road for a site for a proposed new Port St. Joe
The Board took the action yesterday in a regular meeting. The
meeting had been postponed from the regular meeting date of Tues-
day due to an education meeting being held in Panama City on that
The Board of Public Instruction has been interested in buying the
property for the past six months from the St. Joseph Land and De-
velopment Company, the owners of the property.
Both the Land Company and the School Board have made offers
and counters for the property with the two not being able to agree
on a purchase deal to this date. The bargaining started with the
Board of Public Instruction offering $35,000 for the property and
ended with the Paper Company offering to sell the property for
$20,000 and swap sites to be abandoned wtihin the City Limits of
Port St. Joe when the new school is built.
The resolution, starting the Eminent Domain proceedings
states that the action was taken because the "Board of Public In-
struction has been unable to negotiate a suitable purchase of real
property needed for the construction of a new high school for
Port St. Joe with St. Joseph Land and Development Company ."
The Resolution goes on, to describe the property as "the more
appropriate and desirable site for the construction of such new
high school .
The property in question is located South of Niles Road, and
East of the extension of Long Avenue, or due South of the present
high school site. Plans are to convert the present high school to an
elementary school when a new high school is built.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., attorney for the Board of Public Instruction
was instructed to begin proceedings immediately to institute legal
steps which would secure the property for the new school site. Ap-
proximately $1.5 million has been set aside in a $2.5 million bond
issue to secure the property and to build the new school which will
be capable of handling up to 1,200 pupils.
Brock Says City Property Valuation
Will Probably Reach $20 Million
City Auditor and Clerk C. W.
Brock told the Port St. Joe City
Commission Tuesday night that
changes in the value of taxable pro-
perty in Port St. Joe this year will
probably boost the taxable value
of real property on the rolls to
the. neighborhood of $20 million
for the coming tax year.
Brock reported that he had been
meeting with County Tax Assessor
Samuel A. Patrick to bring the
City's valuations more in line with
County valuations prior to starting
on the new city budget in July.
Brock reported that Patrick is in
the process of changing many of
the valuations on his present rolls
in order to bring property valua-
tions into a more equitable status.
Brock pointed out that Patrick
would probably be another two
months in this work and the City
could not very well wait this long
to begin making preparations for
the new budget year.
Mayor Frank Pate suggested that
.Brock obtain the figures Patrick
now has on Port St. Joe property,
then the City Commission will
meet in a special session to bring
property values more in line for
city taxing purposes.
The City Commissioners will ga-
ther in a special meeting Tuesday
night of next week, sitting in ses-
sion as a "Hospital Board" with
members of the hospital staff to
discuss possible ways of alleviating
(Continued On Page 12)
Revival Scheduled At
White City Church
Evangelist Al Overstreet of Shu-
buta, Miss., and Dewitt Dalton,
song leader, will lead in revival
services to be held nightly at 7:30
p.m. at the White City Baptist
Church. The special services will
begin on Monday, April 10 and
continue through Sunday, April
Pastor J. D. Jamison extends a
cordial invitation to everyone to
Nursery facilities will be pro-
Mrs. Cannon Gets
'Who's Who' Prize
Mrs. J. A. Cannon of Simmons
Bayou was found to be the win-
ner of The Star's recent "Who's
Who" Mystery Contest.
Mrs. Cannon received for her
participation in the program,
gift certificates in the amount
The grand prize of $70.00 was
the culmination of an eight week
program in which participants
attenrpted to identify local busi-
nessmen from a silhouette print-
ed each week in The Star.
Andy May Receives Bruises When
His Bike Collides With Auto Tuesday
Andy May, eight year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. David B. May receiv-
ed bruises and abrasions Tuesday
afternoon when he collided with
an automobile while riding his bi-
cycle at the intersection of Wood-
ward Avenue and 10th Street.
According to local police, young
May was travelling North on Wood-
ward on his bicycle and failed to
stop for the "stop" sign, according
to witnesses of the accident. Mary
Rebecca Hamm, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bascom Hamm was tra-
selling West on 10th Street at
about 25 miles per hour. She said
she saw the boy and tried to stop,
skidding her brakes for 27 feet and
was practically stopped when the
May youth hit the auto on the front
The youth was taken to the Mu-
nicipal Hospital for examination,
but was released soon afterward.
Police Chief H. W. Griffin and
Officer Allen R. Watson investi-
gated the accident.
Gulf Teachers Ask for
10% Raise This Fall
Representatives of the Gulf
County Education Association ap-
peared before the Gulf County
School Board yesterday and asked
for a 10% increase in salary for
Gulf County teachers for the next
school year beginning in Septem-
Hugh Semmes of Wewahitchka
and Mary Grace Smith of Port St.
Joe represented the teacher organ-
ization in presenting the request.
Superintendent Marion Craig
pointed that with present state aid,
if Gulf County is able to meet the
request, the starting teacher salary
in Gulf County for next year will
be a base pay of $5,082.
Craig pointed out that the re-
quested salary increase would re-
quire in the neighborhood of $61,-
OOQ to finance. He also pointed out
that it has been projected that
Gulf County will have 38 vacan-
cies in its teaching ranks for next
The Board agreed to take the
request under advisement.
Long Avenue Church
Plans Special Services
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
of Port St. Joe announces revival
services to be held in their church
April 10-16. Services will be held
nightly Monday through Friday at
7:30 p.m. No services will be held
on Saturday. Revival meeting will
conclude on Sunday, April 16 with
services at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The visiting evangelist will be
the Rev. Andrew L. Smith, pastor
of the Springfield Baptist Church
of Panama City.
Music for the revival meeting
will be directed by C. M. Perdue,
Minister of Music of the Cove Bap-
tist Church in Panama City.
The Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of
the local church extends a cordial
welcome to everyone to attend
these services. The church nursery
will be open to care for the small
Dixie Youth League Will Open 1967
Season Monday With Two Games
Port St. Joe's Dixie Youth Base-
ball organization will begin its
playing season Monday afternoon
of next week at 5:00 p.m.
The opening games will be
played between the Krafties and
the Dozers in the Major League
and TelCo and Patriots in the
Two leagues will again be of-
fered this year with the Major
League open for some 10 year old
boys and 11 and 12 year old boys.
This league will field six teams
which will play two games each
per week for a period of 10 weeks.
The Major League teams are: Kraf-
ties, Ford-Western, Hardstars, Box-
ers, Dozers and Rotary.
The Minor League group, com-
posed of four teams, will provide
baseball for boys 8, 9 and some 10
year olds. Prior to last year, all
age groups played in both leagues,
but the age difference offered too
much competition for the younger
boys, so the leagues were divided
as they now stand.
Minor League teams are: Vitro,
Socky, Patriots (Masonic Lodge),
qnd TelCo (St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Company).
The Minor league teams will
play for a period of nine weeks.
Major league games will be play,
ed each afternoon Monday through
Thursday at 5:00 p.m. on the West
field in Forrest Park. The Majors
will play one night game a week-
on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. This
playing schedule will not change
throughout the season unless wea-
,ther or other reasons forces can-
cellation of a game.
The Minor league will play only
day games. Their games will be-
gin at 5:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday.
Because of the difficulty of main-
taining a Babe Ruth League, with
other activities dividing time of
the older boys, an attempt will be
made to start a Dixie Boys League
for 13 and 14 year olds this season.
A meeting will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 6:00 p.m. in the home
of Merrill Sherrill in an attempt
Sherill, president of the Dixie
Youth League said that other than
this attempt to expand play opor-
tunities for older boys, the only
unsettled point for the new season
is in 'the acquisition of umpires.
Anyone desiring to umpire any of
the games for the season should
contact Mr. Sherrill.
Comptroller of Currency Denies Charter
To Peoples National Bank; Plan Appeal
Word was received from the
Comptroller of the Currency in
Washington, D. C. last week end
rejecting the petition of the pro-
posed. People's National Bank for
Port St. Joe.
The Comptroller rejected the
petition for a second' national
bank for Port St. Joe, "based on
the information presented."
Local attorney, Cecil G. Cos-
tin, legal representative for the
proposed bank said that a pe-
tion will be filed for a re-hearing
on the matter, but it will prob-
ably be several months away.
Petitioners for the new bank
are: Dr. Tom S. Gibson of Hunts-
ville, Alabama, Frank Hannon,
Henry Campbell, Chauncey Cos-
tin, Dr. Wayne Hendrix and Ce-
cil G. Costin, Jr., all of Port St.
Joe and Judge W. L. Fitzpatrick
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'Important Meeting of
Band Parents Scheduled
An important, meeting of Ithe
Band Parents' Association will be
held tonight in the band-room of
Port St.- Joe High School at 8:00
In addition to several important
matters of business to be taken up,
band director, Hugh Jones will
play tapes made of the local band
at the District Contest in Tallahas-
see last Saturday.
Deputy Sheriff Wayne White is shown above with the instru-
ment package from a giant, high-flying weather balloon which
came down near Cypress Creek bridge Tuesday.
Big Balloon Takes off In
Texas and Lands Here
A U. S. Weather Bureau ballon' shortly after the balloon hit the
instrument package came down earth at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morn-
near Port St. Joe early Tuesday ing. The crew said the balloon
morning after being released in
Paitne Texas +the niht bef had been flying at 140,000 feet and
The balloon was released at 7:00
p.m. Monday evening in Texas.
According to the recovery crew
the balloon bag contained 10,600,-
000 cubic feet of helium and car-
ried an instrument package and
ballast weighing 450 pounds. The
package is what parachuted to
earth about two miles north of the
Cypress Creek bridge and 50 feet
from Highway 71.
A pick-up crew was on hand
was supposed to come down in
South Carolina. A shift in winds
changed the course to Florida,
however. The pick-up crew had fol-
lowed the balloon via a homing de-
vice all night long and triggered
the balloon release mechanism and
opened the instrument package
parachute at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday
morning. The team landed in Pan-
ama City and rented a truck to
come pick up the package.
THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967
PAGE '"WO TPE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Our House Is Not Divided
We personally think Florida is in a fine position, po-
litically, to begin the current session of the Legislature.
A Republican Governor sits in the state house and a
Democratic Legislature holds fort in the Capital. The
Democrats have the majority ih the law making body, but
the Governor has enough of his party available to sustain
a veto and thus everybody is kept "honest".
We firmly believe that all of these charges and coun-
ter-charges, the astonishment that anyone would suggest
using a private investigative force, charges of a galivanting
Governor and a claghorn Senator all of this has been
but fog, sparring for position, testing the air and the oppo-
sition, seeing who is the strongest.
We believe that all of the sparring will settle down
now, since both sides have advantages and disadvantages.
Both the donkey and the elephant must join together to
eat the grass on one side of the fence before going to the
other side. It will take give and take on the part of both
the Governor's office and the Legislature to accomplish
progress for the state of Florida and we believe this
is the goal of everyone, no matter what their politics.
Both the Governor and his Democratic opponents
have expressed a desire to do something constructive for
education. They have vowed to hold down spending. A
concern over pollution has been expressed everywhere.
Control of crime is in the forefront. All are agreed on
the needs, but it will be an interesting two months ahead
in deciding HOW to meet the needs everybody agrees
Florida is stepping into the realms of a two party
state for the first time in 100 years as a true two party
state. This, we believe, is good because it will make for
enough debate to insure that the people get the best
deal possible and the situation so stands that the basic
needs of the State are foremost with everybody.
It is comforting to note that our house is not divided
even though some of the family are "having words".
D'ya Wanta Fight?
April is Cancer Control Month in Florida and over
the nation. This is the month of the now traditional
Cancer Fund Drive. And this drive is now under way in
Port St. Joe and Gulf County as well as the remainder of
Giving to this worthy cause this year should be more
generous than ever before. We say this because in the
past several weeks, many news stories have been publish-
ed outlining great break through in the study of the
cause and treatment of cancer. One scientist reports that
he has found a serum to control or cure leukemia in rats
and he has high hopes of the serum's effectiveness in hu-
mans also. This will do for leukemia what the Salk vac-
cine did for polio.
Another scientist says he is certain he has found out
what' causes cancer cells to grow wild and out of control.
He reports that this knowledge will be the giant step for-
ward in arresting this wild growth which is cancer.
Prospects for a cure for this dreaded killer are on the
horizon. Scientists are almost at the top of the moun-
tain with their fingers touching the top ridge. We can
give a finger hold to these researchers and others dedicat-
ed to the eradication of this terribly painful cause of
death for our people, by giving generously to the Cancer
Crusade. Thirty-four percent of every dollar given goes
to researching into the cause and cure of cancer. We are
told that the investment is paying off. Let's keep the
team in the field.
It was a mighty good feeling when the Salk vaccine
ended polio, wasn't it? Even for us who were never touch-
ed by the crippler. Millions of minds can be eased by the
announcement of a cure or successful treatment for the
spectre of cancer. Minds that live in fear every day lest
they feel the danger signal that spells "cancer".
Those millions of minds can be filled with pride instead
of fear. pride that they had a part in stamping out the
fear with their contribution. Won't you feel this pride?
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator. Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
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This week, Lord willing, we will
consider the subject of the Pas-
tor and the local church. Few
Christians realize the scriptual po-
sition and responsibilities of the
pastor. There are so many duties
which belong to the church mem-
ber that has, through the years,
been put upon the pastor. Such
duties and unscriptural conditions
hinder the pastor in his ministry
of the Lord.
Turn in your Bibles to Acts 6:
2-4: "Then the twelve called the
multitude of the disciples unto
them, and said, It is not reason
that we should leave the word of
God, and serve tables. Wherefore,
brethren, look ye out among you
seven men of honest report, and
full of the Holy Ghost and wisdom,
whon we may appoint over this
business. But we will give our-
selves continually to prayer, and
to the ministry of the word." It
is clearly stated in this passage
that the pastor is to confine his
ministry to prayer and the minis-
try of the Word.
In James 1:27 we have an in-
struction which applies to all Chris-
tians and should be a part of the
pastors fninistry. That is the visit-
ing of the sick, fatherless, and wid-
ows for the purpose of giving spir-
itual counsel and comfort. All the
remaining ministries of the church
should be the responsibility of the
membership under the direction
of the governing board.
It's true that the pastor is a hired
servant of the people. He is hired
by the people to carry out the
duties signed by the Lord. We
seem to have the mistaken idea to-
day that we are to sit back and
closely watch the pastor to see
that he does all the duties of the
State of Florida
WHEREAS, the President of
the United States, by direction
of Congress, has proclaimed
April as Cancer Control Month,
WHEREAS, cancer is still a
serious health problem in Flo-
rida, having caused the death
of more than 10,500 persons last
year, and with an expectancy of
21,000 new cancer cases this
WHEREAS, more than 65,000
men and women throughout Flo-
rida volunteer their services to
help continue the American Can-
cer Society's fight against cancer
through year- round programs
of public and professional edu-
cation, research and patient ser-
WHEREAS, these Volunteers
will urge their neighbors, to tell
their neighbors, about "Cancer's
7 Warning Signals," so that more
lives may be saved by earlier
detection and prompt, proper
treatment of the vicious disease;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Claude
R. Kirk, by virtue of the authori-
ty vested in me as Grovernor of
the State of Florida, do hereby
proclaim April, 1967, as
CANCER CONTROL MONTH
in Florida, and urge that every
citizen observe this month and
every month with increased sup-
port of the American Cancer So-
ciety by learning the facts about
cancer that provide vital person-
al protection against the devasta-
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Great Seal of
the State of Florida to be af-
fixed at Tallahassee, the Capi-
tal, this 22nd. day of February,
A. D. 1967.
(Signed Claude R. Kirk)
LUNCH ROOM MENU
Port St. Joe Elementary School
MONDAY, APRIL 10
Barbecue chicken on buns, field
peas, cabbage slaw, banana pudd-
ing, butter and milk.
TUESDAY, APRIL 11
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap
beans, lettuce and tomato salad,
hot biscuit, apple jelly, butter and
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12
Buttered potatoes, sliced ham,
turnip greens, corn
THURSDAY, APRIL 13
Roast beef, buttered rice, peas
and carrots, lettuce and tomato
salad, apple crisp, white bread,
butter and milk.
FRIDAY, APRIL 14
Navy beans, boiled franks, po-
tato sticks, apple and raisin salad,
jello, white bread and butter, milk.
You don't get much luckier than we have been the last couple
of weeks. You just couldn't have better luck if you tried and
I guarantee you, we tried.
The most luck came with our old station wagon. First, we
backed it off the edge of the driveway at home with one wheel in
the ditch suspended in mid-air and the other wheel on the driveway
with the middle of the axle resting on a culvert pipe. Then later
in the evening, our number two daughter put a dent in the front fen-
der. Then the next day, we slammed the door and the window
came off its runners and had to be put back in the door,
Last week our luck continued when we Went in to pay the inter-
est on a note at the bank. Here our luck really shined. Ted Can-
non said, "You're the 2,999,000th note I've processed and I have
a free gift for you. He gave me two tooth paste tube squeezers.
My heart welled with gratitude. I have wanted a tooth paste tube
squeezer since February 4, 1942. That's a long time to wait.
To top off the two weeks, one of our three tom cats, which we
have had for two years, had four little kittens. And, the way our luck
is holding out, we're sure you will want a kitten.
Senator Edward Kennedy told the National Rifle Association
the other day that he was going to actively work for and support
a law to put a drastic curb on the sale and ownership of firearms.
Naturally the NRA is against such legislation and Edward probably
is just about as dear to the NRA now as Bobby is to Lyndon.
While they're at it, why doesn't Edward and his cohorts out-
law automobiles also? More people have been killed by them than
by guns in a shooting war. 'Why not outlaw aspirin? They are
the death of even little children. Why not curb the sale of knives?
Mr. Speck is on trial now in Illinois for killing eight women with
a knife. They're deadly weapons too.
While we're at it, we could just place every newborn baby in
a germproof bag, give him nourishment, Medicare and Commodi-
ties for all of his life, and he would be protected from all the
chance and adversity of life.
Edward blames the sale of firearms for the death of his bro-
ther. That's understandable. But do we, as citizens, plead for
the restricted use of Congressmen, just becuase they spend us
blind or legislate away our freedoms one by one? Edward
better watch out, he may start something.
Secretary General U. Thant called for the U. S. to stop fighting
the other day so that peace talks could begin in Viet Nam.
Has U. Thant been in the U. N. so long that he has forgotten
it takes two to fight and talk peace? Maybe he should just
read the papers a few days in a row and see who is attacking who
We've been reading where the teachers of the State of Flor-
ida might organize. And talk of sanctions and evacuating the state
next school year still persists. These are the alternatives to a bet-
ter pay scale.
We don't like teachers being forced to take these tactics. And
we feel they have been forced. Many say, "some of the teachers
I've seen aren't worth what they're getting now and a raise would
benefit these "sorry" teachers too. This is true, but we have been
receiving warnings for at least the last five years that our salary
situation in Florida was deteriorating and as a result the teacher
qualification, by and large, was being compromised. This came
from the teachers, themselves. So they recognize the problem of
overpaid teachers too in such cases.
We sincerely hope that the Legislature comes up with something
in the next few weeks that can give the teacher profession in the
state of Florida something to look forward. to and the several coun-
ties something to offer as an inducement to the really good teacher.
Let us stop trying to conform
the Bible teaching to our way of
thinking and bring our thinking
in line with the Bible's teaching.
We also must keep in mind that
a pastor is a servant of the people
and not a dictator or king. He is
a shepherd and a shepherd always
leads the flock-never drives them.
A pastor is to lead his flock by'
word and example. The pastor
should never be one who has thel
property or the treasurer in his
name. The property and the funds
of the church should belong to the
people and should be overseen for
the people by the governing board.
Whenever we find a pastor of the
church Who has the church pro-
perty in his name, and is the one
who handles the funds of the
church, we find a condition that
is unscriptual and dangerous and
dishonoring to the Lord. Even the
Lord appointed one of his followers
to be the treasurer.
Any pastor of a church, who has
any spiritual understanding at all
will realize that he is not to be
the owner of the property or funds.
If he knows this arid continues in
this position it would do well for
the membership to closely examine
his teaching and ministry in the
light of God's word.
Your questions and comments
are welcome. Address your reply to
Thus Saith The Lord care of The
Star, Port St. Joe, Florida.
APRIL 10 thru 16
Monday thru Friday
Sunday, April 16
11:00 A.M. and
ANDREW L. SMITH
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967
Cadet Robert Costin
At Pensacola NAS
PENSACOLA (FHTNC) Naval
Aviation Officer Candidate Robert
P. Costin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey L. Costin of 1206 Monu-
ment Ave., Port St. Joe, is at Pen-
sacola attending Navy Aviation
Officer Candidate SchoW.
Conducted by the Naval Aviation
Schools Command there, the 11-
week school curriculum teaches
Naval history, justice, leadership
and orientation. His training also
included physical fitness, effective
communications, navigation and
Upon completion of the Officers
Candidate School, he will enter
Flight Preparation School at the
Naval Aviation Schools Command
in Pensacola, continuing his train-
ing in the Naval Aviation Program.
Sock Hop Planned
For Junior High
The Junior Tri-Hi-Y and the
Teen Clubs are sponsoring a
Sock Hop at the High School
Gymnasium on Friday, April 7
(tomorrow night) from 8:00 p.m.
until 11:00 p.m.
Admission will be 50c stag and
The Sock Hop is especially for
7th and 8th graders.
Honor Level High School Students Tour FSU's Computing Center
Some 200 honor level high school students toured the Comn- Evelyn Robertson of Panama City, Dawn Bowers of Marianna and
punting Center at Florida State University last week end. At the Dr. Glen Culler of the University of California at Santa Barbara, a
Computing Center are, from left, .Fred Anderson of Port St. Joe, visiting speaker, and Bill Clay, FSU computer operator.
New Medicare Information Kit Is
Available To Those
A new medicare information kit
is available for people who signed
up for protection under medicare,
according to John V. Carey, Dis-
trict Manager of the Panama City
Social Security Office. The new
package is designed to help keep a
record of doctor bills so beneficiar-
ies will know when they reach their
yearly $50 deductible.
pain g.The kit includes a record-keep-
ing folder, some claims forms, and
So, stop first at the brake service two leaflets. The leaflets explain
shop. that displays the NAPA the methods of reimbursement for
Signda of Good Service and De- medical insurance claims, and what
and not sorry with Brake Parts medical expenses count for the
that bear the NAPA Seal be- $50 deductible. The folder has
cause these are professional pockets on the inside for holding
quality of triple-guaranteed de- o. ct e f o holdin
pendability available only doctor bills and space to write in
through the service-repair shops the date and amount of each bill.
that show the NAPA Sign. By using the new kit, the benefi-
ciary will know immediately when
he reaches the $50 each year. Ca-
Check today rey said that all new medicare ben-
and save a eficiaries will receive the kit when
tomorrow, they sign up for medical insurance.
a".&hdSa t Those who have already signed up
for medicare should contact the
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e Signed Up
in touch with the Social Security
office. "We know that these claims,
especially the first claim, can be
confusing to people," Carey said,
"and we will be glad to help in
any way possible."
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Ave., Panama City, 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 Friday from 8:30 a.m.
to 7:30 p.m. except on national
Midget Investments That Yieid
Methodist WSCS Will Hold 27th
Annual Conference On April 12
T h e Twenty-Seventh Annual Secretary of Spiritual Life Culti-
Meeting of the Alabama-West Flor- vation of the Southern Jurisdiction.
ida Conference Woman's Society The Love Offering will be pre-
of Christian Service will open at sented as a Memorial to Mrs. C. S.
10:00 A. M. on April 12, 1967. Re- McDowell, a long time member of
gistration begins at 8:00 A. M. the Woman's Society and the Wo-
The program, with its theme man's Missionary Society.
"THOU HAST CALLED US FOR Mrs. F. S. Arant of Auburn, Ala-
THIS HOUR", will be highlighted bama is the president of the Con-
with an address by Bishop Kenneth ference Woman's Society and Mrs.
Goodson, a sharing of her work by J. T. Allen is chairman of the Con-
Miss Sallie Carroll, missionary to ference Committee on Program.
Japan, and a series of depth self- The meeting will close at noon
studies led by Mrs. Fred Pfisterer, on Thursday April 13.
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Roast of Beef
4 lb. Sirloin Tip or Rump Roast
1 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon black pepper
1 can Campbell's onion soup or
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Wipe off roast with a damp
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garlic clove into meat so that gar-
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in shallow baking pan.
Pour can of onion soup or pack-
age of Lipton's onion soup directly
on roast; fold and seal foil. Bake
at 325 degrees F. for 3 hours. Meat
thermometer will register 170 de-
grees. This recipe will yield 21V
to 3 cups gravy and roast servings
for 6 to 8.
Food Quickie-Broil grapefruit
halves with two teaspoons of brown
sugar sprinkled on surface. Serve
as appetizer for dinner.
TV-See "Homemaking, the Mo-
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This week's program features re-
cipes with cheese.
Visits Over Week End
Mrs. Dolly Varnadore, Tallahas-
see, visited here last week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wilder
and other -friends.
Visits In Blountstown
Donnie Sheffield visited last
week end in Blountstown, with Mr.
and Mrs. Jackie Sheffield.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
rkR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967
PAGE SIX T:rHE S
District Star students and teach-
ers plus the runners-up will be in-
vited to take an expense-paid,
week-long tour around the Sun-
The State Star Student will re-
ceive a fabulous Latin American
tour by Pan American World Air-
ways; a $500.00 scholarship award
from the Sears Foundation and a
Lamp of Learning Trophy from the
Florida State Chamber of Com-
The State Star teacher will re-
ceive a $500.00 scholarship award
from the Sears Foundation; a
$500.00 award from the National
Variable Annuity Company of Flor-
and Mrs. Ned Porter were Mr. and
Mrs. Roger G. Kivett and children,
Roger, Jr., Eleanor, Elaine and
Jenny Lynn from Chattanooga,
Tenn. The Kivetts enjoyed Mexico
Beach and visits to Panama City,
Lynn Haven and Apalachicola.
ENROLLED IN JOB CORPS
James Williams, son of Mrs.
Earnestine Williams 245 Avenue
E, and Willie H. Thomas, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas, 139
Robbins Avenue, Port St. Joe are
enrolled at the Golconda Job
Corps Conservation Center at
Phyllis Miles Is Gulf's
Star Student for '67
Miss Phyllis Jeanette Miles, a ida and a Lamp of Learning Tro-
senior at Port St. Joe High School, phy from the Florida State Cham-
her mother, Mrs. Chester Miles ber of Commerce.
and Charles Temple Watson, an This program is being coordinat-
instructor at the local school, will ed locally by the Port St. Joe-Gulf
attend a Florida State Chamber of County Chamber of Commerce. Si-
Commerce sponsored Star Program las R. Stone is the Chamber presi-
banquet in Pensacola tomorrow. dent.
The banquet will be held at the _+
Student Center at Pensacola Jun- ART ASSOCIATION MEETING
ior College at 12:00 noon.
Miss Miles was chosen by th A very important meeting issocia-
Port St- Joe-Gulf County Chamber planned for the Gulf Art Associr-
of Commerce to represent Gulf tion Monday, April 10 atthelorp.m.
County as its Star. Achievement ida Power Lounge at 8:00 p.m.
student in the annual state-wide .All members are urged to attend'.
scholarship and award program.
Miss Miles selected Watson as VISITING MUNNS
the teacher she considered most Here until August 1 are Mrs.
responsible for her achievements, Robert L. Munn and son, James
to receive honors in the program. Boyd, age six months. Mrs. Munn
The Star students are selected is the former Jeanine Unsworth of
on the basis of the aggregate score Chinook, Montana. The baby was
of the December Scholastic Apti- baptized Sunday by Rev. Henry
tilde Test and the Fall Florida 12th Hoyt at St., James Episcopal
Grade Test total. Phyllis made the Church. The Godparents are Mr.
highest score in Gulf County on and Mrs. James Parrott, II of Fitz-
these tests. She will match her gerald, Ga., aunt and uncle of the
test scores in the district meeting baby and Michael E. Munn of Pan-
to be held in Pensacola tomorrow. ama City, uncle of the baby. Pa-
An area Star student will be se- ternal -grandparents are Mr. and
elected tomorrow to attend the Mrs. B. H. Munn, Sr., of Hunter
Statewide Banquet in May. One Circle.
Star student and teacher will be -
designated as the Florida State VISITS WITH PORTERS
Star student and Star teacher. Visiting he en1,, wit -Mr.
Girl Scouts Sell Mayor Cookies
Janice Schweikert is shown above selling two
boxes of delicious Girl Scout cookies to Mayor
Frank Pate at a Girl Scout meeting last Fri-
day afternoon at the Parish House. Looking on
from left to right are: Melanie Witherow, Chris
Laird, Linda Folz, Linda Lewis, Freda Sutton, San.
dra Ward and Rosemary Faliski. The Girl Scouts
are still in the midst of their cookie sale cam.
Golden Agers .
The Golden Agers met Monday
night April 3. Mrs. W. J. Daughtry
opened the meeting with prayer.
A short business session was
held. The group planned to go to
Apalachicola the third Sunday of
this month for dinner after Church.
For those who are interested in
going meet at the Methodist i
Church about 12:30./
Mrs. Iva Williams and Mrs. Asa
Montgomery gave some readings
in the book. "Leaf of Gold". Mrs
Iva Williams showed some pictures
taken about 17 years ago at a pic-1
nic given at her fish camp in We-
Delicious pie cookies, sandwich
and coffee was served to those
The next meeting will be April
17 at the Stac House,
ATTEND MEETING OF FLORIDA
GARDEN CLUB FEDERATION
Mrs. Ralph Nance and Mrs.
Dave Jones attended the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.,
annual meeting held in Jackson-
ville this week.
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Mrs. Boswell Reaches 90 Years
Mrs. Ida Lee Davis Boswell of Port St. Joe observed ier 90th
birthday Saturday, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel. West-
brook. Members of her family were present for a small party to
commemorate the occasion.
Mrs. Boswell was: born near Atlanta, Georgia and moved to
Bonifay when still a young child. She has lived in Port St. Joe
with Mrs. Westbrook for the past 20 years.
VISITOR FROM MONTANA SOUTH FLORIDA VISITORS
Carl Dean Unsworth of Chinook, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joines, Jr.
Montana, flew down Friday to vis- from Fort Lauderdale' visited here
recentIy with their parents, Mr.
it his sister, Mrs. Bob Munn and recand Mrs. Alfrth their parents Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred JoineBass. and Mr.
nephew, Jimn. He was the house and Mrs. Paul Bass.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. B; H. Munn
of Hunter Circle. Mr. Unsworth
has just completed a tour of duty
in the Army at Fort Benning, Ga.
He left Sunday to return to his
home in Chinook.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT :
Mr. aild Mrs. Johlnn Thelbert
Burrows, 419 First ;Streef, 4High-
land View, announced& e bith of
a daughter, Teresa DIana, 'April 2.
The Crusaders for Christ held
a Youth Rally at the Florida In-
dustrial School for Boys on March
25th. Upon arriving, Rev. Thomas,
Chaplain of the school, gave the
Crusaders a guided tour by bus
through the grounds. Afterwards,
they enjoyed a delicious meal at
the staff cafeteria. The Rally be-
gan at 6:30 (CST).
The Crusaders eight-piece brass
ensemble presented three num-
bes:, "The Doxonlnoe Onward
was presented by Rosemary Falis-
ki, Deborah Mallet, Carole Lam-
berson, Betty Creamer and Mer-
lene Adkins. Several of the young
people gave testimonies.
Rev. William Graham brought
the message, followed by a duet,
"My Heart's Prayer," sung by Bet-
ty Creamer and Carole Lamberson.
The Lord spoke to many hearts
and many decisions were made for
Christian Soldiers, and Now the The Crusaders enjoyed this pri-
Day is Over."' Other special num- viledge of being used of the Lord
bers were: Franch Horn Duet by to reach souls for Him. Those tak-
Carole and Ricky Lamberson; Cor- ing part in this ministry were:
net Trio, by Ricky Lamberson, Ricky Lancaster, Biff Quarles,
Ricky Lancaster, and Baron Ricky Lamberson, Baron Adrams,
Abrams; French Horn-Cornet Duet, Tyler Smith, George McLawhon, Jr.,
by Carole and Ricky Lamberson; Kennie Bowman, Deborah Mallet,
and a Trombone Solo by George Mrs. Mary Graham, Betty Creamer,
McLawhon, Jr., accompained by Rosemary Faliski, Merlene Adkins,
Mrs. William Graham on the organ. Sharon Bowman, Rosa Ard, Frank
All the Crusaders took part in Middleton, Jimmy Gately, Rev.
choral singing. The boys were Bill Graham, Carole Lamberson,
sometimes encouraged to join in Frank Harden, John Clenny and
the choruses. Special Vocal Music Cecil Pettis..
T. Reid Lauterbach
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Crusaders for Christ Attend Rally
At Florida School for Boys March 25
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Mrs. Fite Hosts
St. Anne's Guild
St. Anne's Guild of St. James
Episcopal Church met Monday
light at the home of Mrs. Clyde
The meeting was opened with
levotionals by Mrs. Fite.
After a short business meeting
the program was presented by Mrs.
G. N. Kilbourn.
Those in attendance were: The I
Reverend Henry Hoyt, Mrs. Robert
E. Nedley, Mrs. Charles J. Stevens,
Jr., Mrs. Robert D. Minger, Mrs. I
Phillip Chatham, Mrs. Harry 0.
Refreshments were served by
the hostess to the members pre-
by CHERRY WHITE
On March 28, the journalism
class took a field trip to The Star
office. There, the students were
conducted on a tour of the office
and plant by Mr. Collier and Mr.
Ramsey. The students appreciated
this chance to learn more about
how a newspaper is printed.
BAND ENTERS CONTEST
Last Saturday, the PSJHS band
went to the District Band Contest
in Tallahassee. The band received
a good rating in concert and a
superior in sight reading.
Today is election day at Port St.
4Joe High for Student. Body offi-
cers. There has been a lot of com-
petition and campaigns have been
very extensive. Everyone will be
interested in the election outcome
which will be announced Friday.
ATTENDING GULF COAST
A group of students from Port
St. Joe High interested in enroll-
ing at Gulf Coast Junior College
next year will be attending classes
on the campus this Friday. The stu-
-dents will leave PSJHS after mor-
ning homeroom and return before
school is dismissed in the after-
KEY CLUB CONVENTION
A correction concerning last
week's information on the Key
Club Convention at Jacksonville
should be made. Sponsors for the
trip will be Mr. Upton of the fa-
culty and Kiwanis Club member,
Mr. Tom Knox.
The baseball schedule for April
is as follows:
April 7, Blountstown, H
April 14, Quincy, T
April 15, Wewahitchka, T
April 24, Wewahitchka, H
April 27-29, Tournament
James Bray Due Honors
For Outstanding Sales
James Bray of St. Joe Motor Co.,
Port St. Joe, will be honored for
an outstanding sales performance "
during 1966 at a banquet at the
Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood on
Saturday, April 8.
S. J. Obringer, manager of Ford .
Division's Jacksonville Sales Dis-
trict, said a select number of Ford
dealership salesmen will be pre-
sented a 300-500 Club membership
award for "excellent retail sales "
performance." The Ford 300-500 .
Club was founded in 1950 to re-
cognize the performance of out-
standing Ford salesmen throughout
Mr. Obringer said the average
300-500 Club member sold nearly
$500,000 worth of automotive mer-
chandise in 1966 to qualify for the
Pensacola Man Found
Dead At Fish Camp
Sportsmen Put Up Posted Signs
Members of the Gulf County Sportsman's
Club, Chester Miles, James C. Summers and Wal-
lace Guillot are shown' above erecting one of sev-
eral "Posted" signs put up in the area in which
PFC Jesse Dawson
Wounded In Vietnam
PFC Jesse Dawson, of the United
States Marine, son of Mr. Jesse H.
Dawson and Mrs. Annie M. Bor-
ders was wounded in combat
March 23. His condition is listed
Jesse attended Washington High
School and later transferred to
Port St. Joe High. He entered the
Marines in July, 1966.
SPENDS HOLIDAYS HERE
Miss Linda Nixon, student at
Belhaven College, Jackson, Miss.
spent the Easter holidays here vi-
siting her sister and family, Mr.
and Mrs., James Hanlon. Mrs.
Claude Nixon of Miami is spend-
ing two weeks with the Hanlons.
10 deer were released by the Florida Game De-
partment. The signs warn that no guns, dogs
or trapping devices are allowed, in the area.
Fred Solomon Sanders, age 66,
of Pensacola, was found dead
Thursday morning, March 30 at
Haley's Fish Camp in Wewahitch-
ka. Sanders didn't show up for a
morning fishing trip and when
-Star photo his companions went after him he
Thrift Shop Says Junior Rifle Club Is
'Thanks' for Donations Being Formed Tonight
The Thrift Shop, which is op- The Gulf Rifle Club will form a
rated by the Hospital Auxiliary, Junior program at an organization-
wishes to thank the following peo- al meeting to be held Tonight, at
ple who have contributed merchan- the Parrish House at 7:30 P.M.
dise during the month of March: This is the fulfillment of the real
Mrs. Wayne Taylor, Miss Clara purpose of the Parent Club from
Mrs. Wayne Taylor, Miss Clara its inception.
Pate, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. The Gulf Junior Rifle Club will
C. W. Johnson, Mrs. Tom Owens, elect its slate of officers and form
Mvrs. Milton Chafin, Mrs. Pete the By Laws at this meeting under
[vey, Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. Paul the supervision of a Club Leader
Fensom, Mrs. W. L. Altstaetter, and Club Instructor who are mem-
Mrs. Roy, Gibson, Sr., Mrs. Tom bers of the Parent Club and also
Parker. the N. R. A. Another requisite is
Mrs. Gus Creech, Mrs. T. J. Brax- a minimum of three and a max-
ton, Mrs. J. R. Smith, Mrs. Gannon imum of seven adult Club Spon-
Buzzett, Mrs. Julia Busby, Mrs. A. sors who may or may not be mem-
P. Gilbert, Mrs Hubert Brinson, bers of either organization. Any-
Mrs. W. L. Chason, Mrs. Vivian one who wishes to participate in
Bateman, Mrs. E. L. Stephens and this capacity, please attend this
Mrs. Bill Rish. meeting. ,
The marking and pick-up com- The age bracket for the Junior
mittee for this quarter are: Mrs, Club is from 11 years to 18 years.
Charles Brock, Mrs. Paul Fensom At 18 they are eligible to join the
and Mrs. Al Hargraves. Senior Club. All boys -and girls
Workers for Saturday, April 8 who are interested are urged to
are the following: Mrs. N. F. Alle- attend this meeting that the Club
more, Mrs. James Harrison and Charter can be applied for at the
Mrs. Charles Stevens, Jr. earliest date possible.
VISITORS PROM TALLAHASSEg
Mr. and Mrs. Robert West, Jr.
were the weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Dockery.
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Letters to Editor
(Junior isn't a reertitiig 6f-
ficer for the Marines, but you
couldn't tell it by reading this
Dear Mr. Ramsey,
Being near the end of school
and there will be quite a' few
young men graduating from high
school that do not have their plans
made for the near coming 'future,
I would like for them to hear from
a person that was in just the same
situation only a few months ago.
It is my desire that the young peo-
ple of Port St. Joe find an environ-
ment that suits their needs as well
as their wants.
I have been in the Marine Corps
for almost a year, and I can hon-
estly say it is an experience that
can be most desirable as well as
educational. It is a place where
you can stand tall -and be proud.
You learn more than one can ever
imagine. It can be learned only
through experience and not vicar-
I feel that I have been in. one of
the finer schools the service has
to offer and others can get the
same benefits, too. It is also a place
for discipline. I'm sure this state-
ment is no surprise to anyone. I
also will state that you are never
exposed to anything you could not
take, if you so desired.
The Marine Corps is a proud or-
ganization, and it will make an in-
dividual proud just to be a mem-
ber, although it is team work' all
I bring to your attention to the
fact that in the past, quite a few
young men from our town have de-
cided to join the marines and I
don't think you will find a one
that isn't proud to claim the title
of United States Marine.
I challenge each and every per-
son that is undecided to help him-
self while serving his country and
join the United States Marines.
LESLIE J. NICHOLS
VISITS WITH PARENTS
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Al-
ligood last weekend were Mr. and
Mrs. Keith Bonner from Punta
Gorda and Mr. Glen Alligood, of
Morlton. N. J.
was found dead.
He was retired from the U. S.
Army and was a frequent visitor
Sanders is survived by one sis-
ter, Mrs. Florence Mills of Pensa-
cola and a brother, also of Pensa-
Funeral services were held in
Pensacola with burial in the Na-
Prevatt Funeral Home was in
charge of local arrangements.
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Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Ard and sons,
Freddy and Ronnie were the guests
of Mrs. Ard's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Watts last week end.
Eugene Danford Serving On Annapolis
A member of an alert crew
ready for action is Eugene Dan-
ford (looking into camera). Dan-
ford is the grandson of Mrs.
Ola Denton, Port St. Joe. He has
Richard Scheffer Now
At Pleiku, Vietnam
PLEIKU, VIETNAM (AHTNC) -
Army Private First Class Richard
C. Scheffer, 19, son of Mrs. Mar-
guerite Scheffer, Port St. Joe, Fla.,
arrived at the Pleiku, Vietnam,
base camp of the 4th Infantry,
Before being assigned to a
specific unit, he received 50 hours
of training with the 4th Replace-
Training included field sanita-
tion, civil affairs, mine and booby
trap familiarization, reconnais-
sance and ambush patrolling.
Scheffer is a tank crewman in
been stationed on the USS An-
napolis in the war area in Viet-
nam for a year. He has been on
the shores of Vietnam most of
Pvt. William E. Griffin
FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO.
(AHTNC) Army Private Wil-
liam E. Griffin, 21, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh W. Griffin, 820 1Qth
St., Port St. Joe, Fla., completed
eight weeks of advance training as
a combat engineer March 29 at Ft.
Leonard Wood, Mo.
During his training, he received
instruction in combat squad tac-
tics, use of infantry weapons and
He also was trained in the tech-
niques of road and bridge building,
camouflage, and demolitions.
His wife, Linda, lives at 1619-A
Monument Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967
PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
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Kiwanis Sees Film of
U. S. Open Tournament
Kiwanis golf buffs were enter-
tained royally Tuesday at their
regular meeting by a showing of
a film on the 1966 playing of the
U. S. Open Golf Tournament held
at Olympic Course in San Francis-
The tournament featured such
golf greats as Arnold Palmer, Jul-
lius Boros, Jack Nichlaus, Tony
Lema, Doug Sanders and Billy
The regulation tournament end-
ed in a tie between Palmer and
Caspar. The two played off the
match, with Caspar winning by one
stroke. At one time near the end
of regulation play, Palmer was
ahead by seven strokes midway in
the last round. In the play-off, Pal-
mer was in the lead by four strokes
at the half-way mark. Caspar made
his big moves on the last nine
holes in the match.
Guests of the club were Bill,
Barlow, who operated the projec-
tor and Harold Roland of Wewa-
hitchka. Student guests were Jim
Cox, Tommy Atchison, Linda Ry-
croft and Kay Altstaetter.
Joy Club Members
Attend Camp April 1
Members of the Joy Clubs of
Port St. Joe and Highland View,
who had memorized 59 or more
verses, enjoyed a special treat Sa- R
turday, April 1, when they went to &
Camp Victory in Hacoda, Alabama. J
Each spring a Rally day is held t
by the Children Bible Mission on e
the camp grounds to encourage the w
prospective campers to finish the a
required memory work for a free
week at camp' Children from
South Alabama and North West C
Florida gather for fellowship, (
games, song, instruction and a pic-
nic on the grounds: Joy club re-
quirements are 100 verses. Miss
Cindy Chatham and Miss Lisa Mel-
ton have earned their week al-
ready with many others nearing
Those attending from the Port
St. Joe area were Misses Cindy
Chatham, Lisa Melton, Susan
Quarles, Charlene Marshall, Melo-
dy Smith, Mary Ellen Davis, Vicky c e I
Richards, Sarah Ann Roberts, Rhon- New Ca nCOr Filml IS
da Gainous, Cathy Peterson and
Jim Roberts, Scott Lamberson, Nearly one and a half million
Mark Lamberson and Mike McLaw- people have been cured of can-
hon. Teachers and interested par- cer, Cecil Curry, Gulf County
cents who chaperoned the group Chairman of the American Cancer
were Mrs. Jams B. Roberts, Mr. Society told the Port St. Joe Ro-
nd Mrs. E. M. Godfrey, Mr. and tary Club last Thursday.
Mrs. Guerry Melton, Rev. and Mrs. Curry said that statistics show
3ill Graham, Mrs. Al Smith, Mrs. that 230,000 will die from cancer
C. R. Lamberson, and Mrs. W. S. this year, because they failed to
Quarles, Jr. heed one of the seven warning
symptoms of the disease, in time
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR to do something about it.
Shown to Rotary
Curry also showed a new Can-
cer Society film, "Investment In
Life", narrated by Gregory Peck.
The film outlined the many facets
of research now underway to find
out what causes the various spe-
cies of cancer and to find a way
Leukemia has been successfully
arrested in white mice by a vac-
cine and the vaccine has also ap-
parently immunized other mice be-
cause they didn't contract the di-
sease after leukemic cells were in-
troduced after the vaccine had
been received. Other mice, not vac-
cinated contracted the disease.
Guests of the club were Lem
According to the film, great Peet of Burlington, Vt., Dr. Tom
strides have been made in the past S. Gibson, Huntsville, Ala., Don
few months toward isolating the Renfroe of Luverne, Minn., and.
causes of leukemia and cancer. Bill Altstaetter of Port St. Joe.
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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PORT
ST. JOE, a corporation,
E. L. FLEMING, as Guardian of
the property of Jimmy Lee Poun-
sel, a minor; VERNELL POUN-
SEL BAILEY and husband,
JAMES BAILEY, JR.,
TO: JAMES BAILEY, JR., whose
place of residence and post of-
fice address is 226 Juniata Street
Freemonsburg, Pennsylvania and
to JIMMY LEE POUNSEL, whose
place of residence and post of-
fice address is Gary Training
Center, D-5-281, San Marcos,
On or before the 24th day of
April, A. D., 1967, the defendants,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smi
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( ....
"Come and Worship God With Us"
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School 1 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.
"Whpre Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
I 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
James W. Bailey, r., and Jimmy
Lee Pounsel, a minor, are requir-
ed to serve upon Hon. Cecil G.
Costin, Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney,
whose address is 221 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida, a copy of and
file with the Clerk of said Court
the original of an Answer to the
Complaint filed against them here-
in to foreclose a certain mortgage
on the following described proper-
Lot Fourteen (14) in Block
One Thousand Sixteen (1016)
of Unit No. 2 of Millview Addi-
tion to the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, according to the offi-
cial plat thereof in the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court
Sharks Take Gulf Coast Conference
Lead With Win Over Blountstown
LAST WEEK'S GAMES
Sophomore Donald Capps pitch-
ed six-hit ball against the Blounts-
town Tigers Tuesday to put the
Sharks in first place in the Gulf
Coast Conference. Capps gave up
one base on balls and allowed only
two runs to cross the plate, while
the Sharks were collecting seven
hits and three runs off the Blounts-
tennial Field. Friday the Sharks
travel to Blountstown for a 4:00
C D Sets Course
to Train Monitors
Gulf County Civil Defense, A.
cP .aeso n Drpi etn will b poin
of Gulf County, Florilda, filed .... 6n1, uirctor, wn Degn
in plat book 1, at page 47. The game was a close one all training radiological monitors on
If you fail to do so, judgment by way with the decision coming in April 20. The course will meet
default will -be taken against you the last of the seventh inning, weekly on Thursday nights for
for the relief demanded in the I Capps scored on a ball hit to the eight sessions of two hours each.
Complaint. shortstop by Kenny Haddock. The Meetings will' be held ninth con
WITNESS my hand and official, shortstop made a wild throw to eeng wi in r con -
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,..erence room on the second floor
Florida, this 22nd day of March, first drawing the first baseman of the City Hall building in Port
A.D. 1967. off the bag, allowing the run to St. Joe. The purpose of the course
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE score. is to train those who will volunteer
Clerk, Circuit Court 4t Capps and Haddock led the their services in the event of a
Gulf County, Florida 3-23 Shark hitting with two safeties nuclear bomb attack to measure
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF each. radiation, render guidance to fall-
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI- out shelter managers and to aid
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Shark ace Johnny Richter, pitch- emergency operating crews.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. ed a four-hitter against the Ruther-
HIGHLANDER LOAN COMPANY, ford Rams in Panama City Satur- Six fallout shelters are being
a Florida Corporation, day afternoon, avenging the Sharks planned to protect the citizens of
Plaintiff only baseball loss this year. Port St. Joe from harmful radia-
J. B. PORTER and tion effects. Four persons, called
LORA MAE PORTER, his wife, Richter allowed only four scat- radiological monitors, are needed
Defendants tered singles and one walk while to be present in each of these shel-
NOTICE OF SALE registering no strike outs. ters daily during an emergency.
Notice is hereby given that the The Sharks went ahead in the This means that at least 24 persons
undersigned, George Y. Core, Clerl' first inning as they gathered three should be trained now as a mini-
of the Circuit Court of Gulf Coun runs on two hits and three walks.
ty, Florida, will on the 4th day of runs on two hits and three walks mum, Since some of these may not
April A. D. 1967, at 11:00 o'clock The Rams picked up their only be available in a given emergency
A.M. at the front door of the Court- run of the game in the first inning it is hoped that not less thn 30
house, in the City of Wewahitchka. on a single, passed ball and a sac- it is hoped that not less than 30
County of Gulf, State of Florida rifice fly. can complete this training.
offer for sale and sell at public Capps led the Sharks at bat There will be no cost to those
outcry to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, the following des- with two hits and one run batted taking the course. Gulf County
cribed property situate in, Gulf in. Civil Defense will supply needed
County, Florida, to-wit: materials including new instru-
Lots Twenty (20), Twenty-One Games coming up this week in- ments for each student. Training
(21) and twenty-two (22), of Block clude a contest Tuesday against films and filmstrips will be used.
vision, on file in the office of the Apalachicola at 7:30 p.m., at Cen- Martin Britt, Assistant Radiologi-
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf cal Officer for Gulf County, will
County, Florida. Pursuant to the a Florida Corporation conduct the course.
final decree of foreclosure entered Plaintiff,
in a case pending in said Court, vs Now is the time for preparation.
the style of which is: J. B. Porter and Lora Mae Porter Those who train themselves now
Highlander Loan Company, his wife, will be able to render valuable
and thefendatnumber of which service to this community in time
andis number -7-2841. of emergency. If you can take the
WITNESS my official seal of this course, please telephone 227-3136.
Honorable Court this 20th day of
March A.D., 1967,
S/s GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, BEAT THE HEAT N
SState of Florida
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"SUPER-RIGHT" Heavy Western Beef
Chuck Steak Ib
I FLO-CANE or DIXIE CRYSTALS BRAND PURE CANE
LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE ORDER
EXTRA SPECIAL! 7c OFF LABEL (Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Order)
GREEN GIANT GOLDEN 7 OZ. CANS
PILLSBURY PLAIN or SELF-RISING
LIMIT H $5.00 OR MORE ORDER
JANE PARKER DELICIOUS 1 LB., 8 OZ.
Niblets Corn 2 cans 33c Lemon Pies
LIBBY VIENNA 4 1OZ. CANS
3 DIETS DAILY BRAND 1 LB. CA
Dog Food 1
So Frs-o o n rclA& Prduce
"SUPER-RIGHT" X4 PORK LOIN SLICED WESTERN
2 TO 3 POUND
"SUPER-RIGHT" Whole or Rib Half
FLORIDA ORANGES------5 lb. bag 29c
NEW CROP! YELLOW
COOKING ONIONS ------3 lb. bag 29c
TEXAS CARROTS-------21 b.bag 15c
GREEN CABBAGE ------------ Ib. Sc
Johnson's, 14 Oz. Can
PLEDGE --- can $1.39
ITH TI CO" AKO URCU Of STAMPS
Sta-Puff -- qt. 39c
GULF COUNTY MEN'S LEAGUE
Monday night was the final get
together for our league this sea-
son and congratulations go to the
champs Glidden Company. Glid-
dens team was made up of some
fine bowlers, they were: Rankin
Morris, Bill Whitfield, Tal Preston,
Joe Davis, Lamar Moore and 0. D.
Second place went to 13-mile
Oyster Company. The bowlers
were: Buddy Ward, Joe Padgett,
Doug Hicks, David Seymour, Ro-
bert Montgomery and Wayne Ward.
Monday night Lanes 1 and 2
ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CUR
To the People
of Gulf County
'I WILL NEVER FORGET THE WONDERFUL VOTE
THE PEOPLE OF GULF COUNTY GAVE ME ON
MARCH 28. 1 SHALL ALWAYS TRY TO BE WORTHY
Marianna District WSCS To Meet
The Annual District Meeting of to attend.
the Woman's Society of Christian All district officers and presi-
Service of the Marianna District dents of the local Woman's Socie-
will be held in Chipley this year ties will report on their year's ac-
at The First Methodist Church on tivities stressing the theme.
Friday, April 7. Registration will
begin at 9:00 a.m. There will be a special memorial
The theme of the program for service during the morning session
the day is "Ye Are The Light" and conducted by Mrs. E. L. Hardin,
will be given special meaning by District Secretary of Spiritual Life
the guest speaker, Mrs. Joe Neal Cultivation.
Blair, secretary of Spiritual Life During the afternoon session
Cultivation of the Alabama-West there will be an installation of the
Florida Conference. newly elected officers of Group I
Mrs. LaRue Garrett, District who will serve for the ensuing two
President, will preside and she years.
and Mrs. Roland Fowler, President Luncheon will be served for
of the host church extend a cor- $1.25 and a nursery will be pro-
dial invitation to all Methodist vided. The meeting will adjourn
Women of the Marianna District at 2:00 pm,
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
Glidden took 4 from Vitro Villians.
Tal Preston was high for Glidden
with a 576 Series and games of
209 and 201. 0. D. Strickland add-
ed a 574 series with a 207 game.
Dick Morlock led the Villians with
a 422, 2
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Jr. Food Stor6
take 4 from St. Joe Lanes. Temple
Watson led the Jr. Food Store with
a 542. M. F. Kershner was high
for St. Joe Lanes with a 499.
Lanes 5 and 6 had Cooper Chev.
taking. 4 from Standard Oil.
Coopers had 4 men over 500. Vir-
gil baniels 567, Joe Richards 549,
Ralph Ward 505 and R. B. Rich-
ards a 504. Will Stafford was high
for Standard Oil with a 396.
On Lanes 7 and 8 13-mile Split
with th Vitro Launchers. Robert
!Montgomery led 13-mile with a 494.
Danny Maddox was tops for the
Launchers with a 499.
FINAL STANDINGS W L
Glidden Company ------ 82 30
13-Mile Oyster Co. __ 74% 37%
Cooper Chev. --------64 48
Jr. Food Store----- 60 52
Vitro Villians ---------55 57
Vitro Launchers --------55 57
St. Joe Lanes ---------48 64
Standard Oil --------- 9% 102%
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
Frank Hannon's and St. Joe
Paper Dolls split 2-2 tonight. Bowl-
ing high for Hannon's was Jo Fer-
rll with a 453 high series and very
close behind her was Melba Bar-
bee with a 452 high series and high
game of 183. Lois Faulk, substi-
tute, led the Paper Dolls with a
450 series and high game of 158.
Lois Smith, substitute, followed
her with a 416 series.
Raffield's took all four games
over Whitco. Judy Watts led Raf-.
field's with a 400 series and Peggy
Whitfield had high game of 154.
Mary Brown bowling hard for Whit-
co with a 472 series and high game
Glidden and Rich's split 2-2.
Evelyn Smith led Glidden with a
487 high series and high game of
177. Beth Johnson led Rich's with
a 370 series and high game of 136.
Rich's has a new bowler, Bunny
Burkett, welcome Bunny.
St. Joe Furniture took all four
games over William's Alley Kats.
Maxine Smith led St. Joe Furni-
ture with a 403 series high game of
153. Eleanor Williams led the Alley
Kats with a 397 series and 148
Whitco, Inc. ---------70% 37
Williams Alley Kats 66% 41%
Glidden Co. 64% 43%
Frank Hannon's Inc. 63 45
Raffield's Fishernes .- 49 5.
St. Joe Paper Dolls ------46 62
St. Joe Furniture ------ 36% 71%
Rich's IGA 36 72
i. 99c PORK LOIN lb. 49c
"SUPER-RIGHT" Extra Lean Freshly GROUND
1. 59c Ground Beef 3 Ibs 1.29
- DOCTORS \
RIB SUPPORTS -
If your doctor prescribes a
rib support for YOU... or
if he prescribes any other
type of anatomical support
-for obesity, for a back
condition, for ptosis, for
protection after strery-
ring that prescription to
us. Our professional appli-
ance department is here for
just one reason-to serve
your needs and those of
your doctor ... with OTC
ANCES, carefully selected,
ARf 77 M/
JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED 1 LB., 8 OZ.
4 cans 79c Blueberry Pie ea. 49c
NS ASSORTED COLORS JUMBO ROLL
CANS $1.09 Gala Towels 33c
FRESH, CRISP, LARGE
THE STAR,, ort St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, APRIL 6,19671PAE LVN
PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
IN RE: Estate of .f
SARAH JANE HORTON,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Sarah Jane Horton, deceased, are
hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
.in the office of the county judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publica-
tion of this notice. Each claim or
demand must ,be in writing and
must state the place 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
April 1, 1967.
JAMES C, HORTON
Executor of the Will of
Sarah Jane Horton,
Cecil G. Costin, Jr. 4-6
Attorney for Executor
A.M. at the front door of the Cou
house in Wewahitchka, Florid
offer for sale and sell at pub]
outcry to the highest bidder f
cash, the following described pr
perty situate in Gulf County, Flo
Lots Twenty (20) and Twent
One (21) and Twenty-Two (22)
Block "B" as per plat of Ma
dox Subdivision, on file in ti
office of the Clerk of the Ci
cult Court, Gulf County, Florid
pursuant to the final decree o
foreclosure entered in a case pen
ing in said Court, the style
Highlander Loan Company,
Florida Corporation, Plaintiff
J. B. Porter and Lora Mae Po
ter, his wife, Defendants
and docket number of which
Witness my official seal of th
Honorable Court the 3rd day o
April A. D. 1967.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida
221 Reid Avenue NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Port St. Joe, Florida ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Individual sealed bids in dupli-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cate will be received until 10:00
COURT, GULF COUNTY A.M., CST, May 3, 1967, by the
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Board of Public Instruction of
In Re: Estate of Gulf County, Florida, at which
TATTT Ir GRISWOLD, n time and place bids will be public-
deceased. y opened and read aloud for:
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION (1) A library and storage room
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF addition to Highland View Elemen-
ADMINISTRATRIX tary School, approx. 2,200 sq. ft.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY (2) Additive alternate No. 1-An
CONCERN: addition to the administration suite
Notice is hereby given that I approx, 762 sq. ft.
have filed my Final Returns as Ad- Construction consists of 0ontrete
ministratrix of the estate of John rigid frames with concrete block
V. Griswold, deceased; that I have walls, reinforced concrete floor and
filed my Petittion for final dis roof, aluminum awning windows,
charge, and that I will apply to the electrical, plumbing and air con.
Honorable S. P. Husband, County dltioningnt. s uri
Judge of Gulf County, Florida on The Contractor shall furnish all
May 8, 1967, for approval of the labor, materials and equipment
same and for final discharge as Ad- and shall be responsible for the
'ninistratrix of the estate of John entire completion of this project.
V. Griswold, deceased. Plans, specification and contract
MARY K. GRISWOLD, documents may be inspected at the
Administratrix of the office of the Architect, and may
Estate of John V. Gris- be procured by the contractors
wold, Deceased. from the Architect, Norman P.
Silas R. Stone Gross, 423 West Beach Drive, Pan-
321 Reid Avenue 4t ama City, Florida upon a deposit
Port St. Joe, Florida 4-6 of $50.00. The full amount of the
Attorney for Administratrix deposit will be returned to each
______ contractor who submits a bid.
Cashier's check, certified check
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF or bid bond for not less than 5%
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI- of the amount of the bid, must ac-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR company each proposal.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Performance, Labor and Mater-
HIGHLANDER LOAN COMPANY, ials bond, and Workman's Compen-
a Florida Corporation, station Insurance will be required
Plaintiff of the successful bidder.
VS. Right is reserved to reject any
J. B. PORTER and LORA MAE or all proposals and waive techni-
PORTER, his wife, calities.
Defendants MARION CRAIG, Supt.
SNOTICE OF SALE Board of Public Instruction
Notice is hereby given that the Gulf County,
undersigned, George Y. Core, Clerk Wewahitchka, Florida
of the Circuit Court of Gulf Coun- Norman P. Gross, Architect
ty, Florida, will on the 24th day of 423 West Beach Drive
April,. A. D. 1967, at 11:00 o'clock Panama City, Florida
Your Wonderful ,
'I Am As Close As Your Phone
i Senator Pete Gibson
The Bass Are Biting
Owen Presnell started the bass season last week by bringing
in this catch of 14 'pan size" beauties. Presnell caught the bass
in the Intracoastal Canal using a plastic worm. His father helped
a little, Owen said. -Star photo
Krafties, Last Year's Champs, See Big
Leaguers Play In Tampa Bay Area
The Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Baseball, Inc. 1966 League Cham-
pions, the St. Joe Krafties, made a
trip to the Tampa Bay Area last
week end to attend three major
league spring training games.
Thirteen of the fifteen 1966
team members made the trip, they
were: Richard Lancaster, Tyler
Smith, Gary Reeves, Jim Belin,
Mike Wimberly, Wayne Neel, Jim
Moore, Baren Adams, Ricky Hamm,
Ricky.Williams, Chris Davis, Jerry
Brown and Talman Sisk. Not mak-
ing the trip were: Steve Belin and
The Team was escorted by Bob
Moore, Team Coach, Leonard Belin,
Assistant Team Coach and John
The trip was sponsored by St.
Joe Paper Company because the
Krafties were the League Cham-
pions in 1966.
The team left Port St. Joe at a
little after 1 P.M. Friday, March
31st. for the trip to a motel at
Clearwater where motel reserva-
tions had been made. The first
game attended was at Jack Rus-
sell Stadium in Clearwater on Fri-
day night between the Philadel-
phia Phillies and the Cincinnati
Saturday morning the team was
driven to Bush Gardens in Tampa
for a tour of the grounds. After
visiting Bush Gardens, the team
was taken to, a drive-in restaurant
for a fast lunch then to Al Lopez
Field in Tampa for a game between
the Cincinnati Reds and the St.
Louis Cardinals. At this game a
few official major league balls
were retrieved and autographed by
many of the players on each of
Following the game the team
was returned to the motel each
team member enjoyed an extended
swim in the motel pool. '
Sunday morning after breakfast
the boys again found the motel
swimming pool refreshing until
time to leave for Al Lang Field in
St. Petersburg for a game between
the New York Mets and the Bos-
ton Red Sox.
As many of the Mets and Red
Sox as could be reached were ask-
ed to autograph the baseballs of
the. Krafties. The Krafties were
particularly impressed by the at-
tendance of Mr. Casey Stengal- at
the game between the Mets and
the Red Sox. HIlis autograph was ob-
tained by many of the Krafties.
After the Mets and Red Sox
game Sunday afternoon the team
was loaded into the cars for the
drive back to Port St. Joe.
GUESTS of McKNIGHT'S
Mrs. Walter Wilder and son
Todd and Mrs. Shirley Majors
from Sewanee, Tenn. and Mr. and
Mrs. Bob McKnight and children
from Orlando, were the recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mc-
Knight and Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Infant Stephanie Ann
Ward Taken By Death
Little Stephanie Ann Ward, in-
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ward of Simmons Bayou,
passed away Tuesday morning at
1:40 a.m. at the Port St. Joe Mu.
Survivors include, besides the
parents, paternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ward of Sim-
ons Bayou and maternal grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs.. Drayford Gray
of Wewahitchka and great grand-
mother, Mrs. Jesse Armstrong of
Funeral services were held yes-
terday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from
Comforter Funeral Home chapel.
Rev. Gordon Adams conducted the
funeral. Interment was in Holly
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Postmaster Calls for
Postmaster Chauncey Costin an-
nounced today that the Board of
U. S. Civil Service Examiners
would accept applications from
persons in this area to take the
Civil Service examination which
might qualify them to apply for
Clerk-Carrier positions in the sev-
eral post offices in the area in-
cluding the Port St. Joe post office.
The full announcement may be
seen on the bulletin board in the
lobby of the local post office, at
the high schools or inquiring at
the Postmaster's office.
Costin stated that the starting
salary for a postal clerk or carrier
is $2.64 per hour with annual in-
creases, also annual vacations and
paid sick leave.
Persons qualifying in this exam-
ination will be eligible for employ-
ment in 13 post offices in this area
GARDEN CLUB WILL MEET
WITH MRS. ARBOGAST
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet Thursday, April 13 at
the home of Mrs. J. C. Arbogast
at 1504 Monument Avenue.
James Chichester, noted art in-
structor of Panama City will show
films on landscaping.
All interested persons are invit-
ed to attend.
Income Tax Returns
J. D. CLARK
27 Years Experience
Prompt and Efficient
INCOME TAX SERVICE
1017 Long Ave. Ph 227.7771
8th to 10th Street. Ferrell Allen
said that he had estimated the cost Band Does Well In
for pipe and covering at about $60,- ,
000. That finished that. District ConteSt Meet
City Commission Meet
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growing deficits in hospital opera-
Clerk Brock pointed out to the
Board last week the Hospital will
lack about $15,00 in being able to
pay its bills this year from revenue
the hospital receives for services.
Brock stated that considering
bond payments and depreciation
accounts the hospital will need an
additional $45,000 this ; year to
The Commission had. previously
instructed Clerk Brock to do all
the preliminaries toward making
an application to the Housing and
Urban Development section of the
U. S. Government for ai'd in financ-
ing a proposed $90,000 water and
sewer expansion program in the
City of Port St. Joe. If the request
is approved by the government
agency, Port St. Joe will .have, to
put up $51,600 of the' moffey and
the government will pay- the .re-
mainder, or $38,400.
Brock said that the application
forms are complete and must be
hand carried to HUD's Atlanta of-
Brock was instructed to make
an appointment with the agency
to see City representatives..
In other business the City heard
a request from Merrill Sherrill,
president of the Dixie Youth Base-
ball League to place a. drain pipe
in the ditch between the two youth
ball fields and cover it up from
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operation of cancer treatment cen-
ters and a small portion for ad-
Curry stated that two out of
three families are now touched by
this disease and one out of four
persons contracts cancer sometime
in his life.
House to house workers will
make a concerted effort today and
tomorrow to get their work done.
Expect them to call upon you and
be generous when they do.
House to house workers will re-
port in from their labors at 6:00
p.m. tomorrow afternoon at the
Florida First National Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gaillard of
No r f a 1k, Va., announce the
birth of a son, Patrick on March
20. Mrs. Gaillard is the former Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toole and
daughter, Donna of Fort Walton
Beach and Mrs. Bethel Collins of
Ardmore, Tenn., were the week
end guests of Mrs. D. E. White and
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Baldwin.
+- Classified Ad
e For You .se
Are For You...... Use
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom masonry
home on 9th Street with family
room, utility room, large outdoor
workshop and storage, chain link
fence. Call 227-7881 after 5:00
FOR-SALE: 2 bTdroom house. In
good location at White City. 2
lots, double carport, separate util-
ity house, 20x21 shop building.
Phone 229-4964. $6900.00; tfc-3-16
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
den, built in kitchen and thermo-
stat controlled heater. Phone 229-
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home,, lo-
cated on corner lot in mnice
neighborhood. Two carports with
utility rooms. Phone 227-8021. tfc
FOR SALE: Four bedroom house
at 805 Garrison Avenue. Phone
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath
house. Inquire at Smith's Phar-
FOR SALE: Home at 206(Long Ave-
nue. 3 bedrooms. Lots size 70x
100. Zone business. Also business
lots on Long Ave., Phone 227-3361.
FOR SALE: Lots in Oak Grove.
Park your trailer on your own
lot. $25.00 down and $25.00 per
month. Phone 229-2941. 4tc-3-30
WANTED: Real Estate listings.
Rentals and Sales. St. Joe Beach,
Beacon Hill and Mexico Beach.
Elizabeth W. Thompson, Associate,
Mexico Beach Branch Office, 19th
and Highway 98. Phone 648-4545.
FOR SALE: House at 115 Bellamy
Circle. 3 bedrooms, bath and a
half and family room. $13,500. $500
down. Keys at 1704 Garrison Ave.,
or call office, 763-7441, Panama
City. Night, call 763-3769. tfc-4-6
Four bedroom house on Garri-
son Avenue with chain link fence
in back yard. Priced to -sell for
Four bedroom, two bath, house
on two lots on Eighth Street. Only
A nice two bedroom, masonry
house just off Highway at St. Joe
Two bedroom, frame, house with
unfinished guest house in rear at
St. Joe Beach. $7,000.
221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491
WHY PAY RENT?
when you can own your own
JIM WALTER HOME
for much less
Jim Walter provides 100% financ-
ing for qualified lot owners. More
than 20 plans to choose from or
custom built to your plans. Contact
C. W.I LONG at 229-3851 in Port
St. Joe, after 6 p.m. or call 763-
4282, collect, in Panama City. 2tc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, downstairs. 522%
Third St. Phone 227-8642. tfc-4-6
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house at
217 9th St. See Emmett Daniell.
FOR RENT: Reasonable. Unfur-
nished house, newly redecorat-
ed. Phone 227-3261. .tfc-4-6
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
apartment on 10th St. Phone
FOR RENT by month. Several 2
bedroom apartments. See "Doc"
Gillespie on 5th St.. 1 block off 98,
Mexico Beach. 4tc-4-6
FOR RENT: Furnished beach front
cottage at St. Joe Beach. 2 bed-
rooms, carport, automatic washing
machine and air conditioner. $60
per month. Phone 648-4860. tfc-3-23
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. Pan-
eled walls, living room, dining
room, kitchen, screen porch. At St.
Joe Beach. Call 227-3921. 3tp-3-23
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea-
sonable monthly rates. Call 227-
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house, in town. Also 2 bedroom
cottage at Beach. Apply at Smith's
FOR RENT: Partly furnished 3
bedroom hiuse across from boat
basin. $30.00 per mo. Ph. 227-7771
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
April 9, 10 and 11
3 SHOWS -
Herman's Hermits in
"DRACULA, PRINCE OF
"PLAGUE OF THE
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAF
SMALL OUTBOARD MOTOR-
Want to buy small 3, 5 or 7 hp.
boat motor. Must be in good
3t M. MISSLER 3-30
14th St. Ph. 648-3205
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-1
ed house. 910 Woodward Ave. CHILD CARE: Across street from
$35.00 a month. Phone 227-5792. 1 Elementary School. Transporta-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment tion from Kindergarten. Experien-
on Palm Boulevard and 14th St.ced Phone 229-4951. 2tc-3-30
Cecil G. Costin, Jr. Phone 227- LOST: Pair of bifocal glasses be.
4311. tfc-3-23 tween my home and office. In
FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom fur- black bone frames and black lea-
FOR RENT: an eroom uther carrying case. Finder please
nished apartments in town. '510 callFrank Hannon, 227-3491.
8th St. and Mexico Beach. 3 bed-
room house furnished or unfur- NOTICE: R. L. Capps, Public Tax
nished at Beach. To sell, buy or Accountant has moved his office
rent, contact JEAN ARNOLD, of- from Dalkeith to the "Sign of the
fice located at-Beacon Hill Beach, Shiner" Route 71, Wewahitchka.
representing United Farm Agency.1-5-4-15
Phone 648-4800. tfc-3-2 1-5-4-15
FOR RENT: Business location. 15'x GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
FOR RENT: Business location. 15'x altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
15' in new, modern, air condi- Nickel plating. Guns for sale 'or
tioned building. Call Helene Ferris trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045or
Phone 227-7616. tfc-1-12 see Red Carter .t S Tno eBah
FOR SALE or TRADE for COM-
PACT: '55 Jeep pick-up, 4-wheel
drive. 6 cylinder. Good condition.
Phone 648-4735. 2tp-3-30
FOR SALE: Fancy leaf caladium
bulbs. Phone 227-5201. 3t-3-16
FOR SALE: 17" fibreglass Aristo-
Craft boat with 80 hp motor and
Weko trailer. Contact R. F. Max-
well at the Ar. tfc-10-27
FOR SALE: 14' fiberglass fishing
boat. Kennedy Craft. Two bait
wells, use one for ice, one for live
box or bait. C. W. Long. tfc-1-26
FOR SALE: 1963 Pulpwood truck
with loader. 1959 panel body
truck. Can be seen at 180 Avenue
C at Driesbach Cleaners. 3tp-3-23
FOR FREE ESTIMATE on ABC
chain link fence call C. W. Long,
229-3851 after 6:00 p.m. tfc-4-6
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
Buy Sell Trade
JACK'S GUN SHOP--Guns repair-
ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
Phene 229-2272. tfe
MOVING? Your, MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, across from the
Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
tance Moving. Free Estimates.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
HOWARD BLICK, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com.
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
T. J. ADKINS, W.M.
r I IPI
Port St. Joe's High School Band
attended the District Band Contest,
held at FSU in Tallahassee Satur.
The band, rebuilding after los-
ing most of its veteran members by
graduation, brought home "excel-
lent" and "superior" ratings for
As something new for Port St.
Joe's Band, several individual solo
numbers were entered in competi-
tion this year. Among the solo
competitors were, Chuck Roberts,
snare drum; Harold Davis, cornet;
Alan Richardson, bass horn; Bob-
by Faliski, cornet and Camille
Carter, bassoon. The soloists were
accompanied by Peggy Henderson,
Dottie Sutton and Bobby Antley.
Band director Hugh Jones says
the band plans a concert in the
near future, which, will feature
numbers played at the District
Silver Tea 'Is Planned
All members of the Episco-
pal Church, and others who may
be interested in efforts of the
church to provide a superior aca-
demic program within a religious
environment, are cordially in-
vited to attend a Silver Tea to
be held at the Cove Hotel, in
Panama City, from 3:30 until
6:00 p.m., Thursday, April 6.