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"Port St Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolo-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTY-FIRST YEAR PORT ST JOE, FLORIDA, 32456THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967 NUMBER 10
Paper Ballots On Way Out In Gulf
County; Voting Machines Now "In"
360 Oysters Didn't Fill Him,
CHAMPION OYSTER EATER Loren Ketley
poses with his corps of shuckers and his sponsor
Saturday afternoon after he had put away 30, do-
zen, or 360 raw oysters,, in a period of one and
a half hours. Kelly's only competition, Ed 'Crea-
mer ate 26Y2 dozen before he had to quit and go
to work. Johnny'Adams ate 26 dozen oysters be-
fore he ihad to leave the table. .
K4lly received $25.00 for his feat. His spon-
sor, Gene Raffield, said that Kelly used part of
his prize money to buy himself a nice bag of
oysters for his supper.. Kelly's corps, above, left
to right, are, Earl Jones; Harry Lee Smith (score-
keeper), Kelly, Rev. Robert Cary, and sponsor,
Gene Raffield. The affair, which drew 16 eaters
and a large crowd of supporters, was put on by
the Port St. Joe Lions Club.
.OCAL P*EOPL.E APPOINTED BY STATE .PARKS DIRECTOR
-1 0 TJSEPH'S 51TATE "PARK ADVISORY -'BOARD
Right out of a clear blue sky, Oak Grove area.
the G ul f County Commission The trio also presented a list of
agreed at their regular meeting' 95 people who pledged to subscribe
Tuesday to enter into" a contract to a water and sewer system if it
with the Drew Compahy of Talla-
hassee to furnish voting machines
for Gulf County.
Voting machines had been urged
upon the Commission from several
different sources in the past, but
the machines have not been the
subject of conversation at the
meetings for a good long while.
The County contracted with the
Drew Company to furnish 12 ma-
chines at a cost of $23,988, to be
paid for at the rate of $1,999.00
per year beginning with the 1969
The machines are expected to
be ready for use by the Spring pri-
mary election time.
The County Board voted unani-
mously Tuesday to offer the State
Welfare Department :office space
in both the old and new Gulf Coun-
ty Courthouses. The Welfare De-
partment has the choice. ,
A rental rate of $4,200.00 per
year was set for office space used
by the Department. The County
must bear- half of the rental ex-
The Board also had conversa-
tion toward building a Welfare of-
*f;ephi l i nl t ha ih ':
COMMODITIES SET ASIDE
-Tallahassee, November 9 Ap- President in charge of sales for of the Gulf County Historical Com-
*ipintmerit of five members of thea the St. Job Paper Company, is a mission, Wewahitchka Develop- Gulf County's entry into the free
St. Joseph (T. H. Stone Memorial) member of the Florida Council of ment Commission, and 'other civic commodities program was delayed
State Pork Advisory Council and- Tuesday, as the Board decided"to
one member of the Constitution 100, the Governor's Committee for and ser organizations set the program aside for while
Convention Historic Memoriaf Ad- Quality Education in Florida, the .Tapper has long been engaged for a further study..
visory Council were announced to- the Governor's Committee on High- inbusiness, political and service The Board had advertised fr ap-
...... Pars ret Billd Fi ad activities,.aing been a member pliciAions for these dedfing the-
Iay by- State Parks .Director.Bll-- y Plannia g and Finance, and the sof the Flor-da Senate and the For- e ^h
"la nnii" theFlor...S. .te.an h position as supervisor of the com-
Miller. Florida Community Development ida House of Representatives, state modifies program and received .0
Named to the St. Joseph Coun- Coordinatiidng Council. He is pre- director of the. Junior Chamber, of applicationprgram and recei
cil were Mrs. Robert E. King, sident of the Florida Jaycees and Commerce and director of the Area The future of the program will
Frank W. McD on ald, Joseph R. Par- has served=as-'a national director Economic Development Commis- be announced at a later date 'by
rott, Jesse Stone and George in that organization sion. He is presently state director the Board..
pper of Port St. Joetone, assistant manager of the of the Orange Bowl Committee and
B. Smith of Port St. Joe was ap- National Standard Life Insurance a member of the State Junior Col- WATER, SEWER DISTRICT
pointed to the Constitution Conven- Company, is,-chairman of the St. lege Board. James Hanlon, A. E. Harper and
ion Council. I Joseph (T.:'.Hf: Stone Memorial) Former Senator Tapper was in- Hermon Stripling, all of Oak Grove
The new members were nomin- Park Committee and the Port St. strumental in obtaining appropri- presented a petition signed by 85
ated W Carswelk Bof Chipleyairman Joe-Gulf County Chamber of Com- ations-for the St. Joseph park and freeholders in that area asking the
SmitE. W. Carswell of Chin arpley his- merce; president of the St. Joseph has been active in supporting de- County to establish and create a
Smith is a well known area his Historical Society; and is a member velopment of this project. Water and Sewer District in the
torian, and has served with the
Florida Historical Society, the Flor-'
ida Anthropological Society, the B
Gulf County Historical Commission,
the St. Joseph Historical Society, i V H l1 U
and as project chairman for Dr.
Hale Smith of Florida State Uni-, a oo
versity during the excavation of | r tl r y I
the Spanish site on St. Josephs
Mrs. King, a former schoolteach- Port St. Joe Police and the Gulf the Port St. Joe Elementary School ins, and the most serious, came on
er, is the wife of Dr. Robert King County Sheriff's Department gain- over a period of weeks, this past week end, when the en-
who has been a Port St. Joe dentist ed confessions Tuesday from four The boys ranged in age from 10 tire top story of the old Elemen-
,for 19 years. Mrs. King is the mo- young teen-age boys that they had to 14. tary School Building and its lunch
'her of three children, an active committed a series of break-ins at The latest in the series of break- room kitchen was left in a sham-
member of the First Methodist -
Church and works in the local hos-! _es
pital auxiliary. Her hobbies are In the lunch room the boys had
.bridge and shell hunting. unplugged freezers and ice boxes,
r McDonald, branch co-ordinator and opened the doors, allowing
for the West Florida Natural Gas some 50 to 75 pounds of beef and
Company in Panama City, is a pork to spoil.
member of the Port Ct. Joe-Gulf, In the upstairs portion of the
County Chamber of Commerce, building, all the classrooms were
past commodore of the St. Joe Boat ransacked and debris was strewn
Club and past president of the gas over the floor. Drawers were emp-
institute of West Florida. tied, corn starch, chalk, toilet tis-
Parrott, assistant to the Vice sue, glue, paste and ink were
Car Hits Boy Tuesday;
Injuries Are Slight
Dennis Harcus, seven year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murdic Harcus.. _
of White City received minor head -
injuries when he was struck by
an automobile on Highway 71 Tues- _
According to Florida Highway ,
Patrol Trooper Ken Murphy, young C-- .
Harcus was riding his bicycle on R
the right side of the road when -
he suddenly turned in front of a f ,.
late model sedan driven by Patrick
'J. Lovett of Port St. Joe. -
A Comforter ambulance rushed N
young Harcus to the Municipal -
Hospital where he was treated for U-0 -
the minor injuries. 4
Trooper Murphy was assisted in --
his investigation by Sheriff's Dep- This photo- shows only a small portion of the "mess" that was
uty H. T. Dean. No charges were made of one of the Elementary School buildings over the week end.
filed. ---Star photo
smeared on most of the furniture,
books, and the floor. Everything
from pencils to books were remov-
ed from shelves and drawers and
scattered about the top story.
Classes for the upstairs rooms
had to be dismissed for the-day.
Mothers of pupils in the classes
gathered at the school Monday and
cleaned up the mess so that their
children could resume their clas-
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin said
that two of the boys were appre-
hended late Monday night and the
other two Tuesday evening.
They will be turned over to juve-
Most of the articles removed
from the school building were
found under the school building
where the boys had set up a "lab-
oratory" to play with. The rest of
the missing supplies, such as pen-
cils, magic markers, magnets, and
small items were found in the pos-
session of the boys.
The Board unanimously voted to
create the district and instructed
Attorney William J. Rish to do
what was necessary to get started
with the project.
The Board appointed Hanlon,
his wife, Claudia, Jesse Hallmon,
Harper and Stripling to act as an
advisory committee to the County
The Oak Grove representatives
selected Florida Engineering As-
sociates of Port St. Joe to make
the survey for the application. The
Engineering firm will be paid for
their services by the Farm and
Home Administration if the system
In other action, the Board:
Heard a report from Robert W.
Jones, Clerk of the Works for the
Courthouse project, that the con-
tractor wpuld be finished by the
end of the month.
Agreed to re-advertise for a
new truck for the Mosquito Con-
trol, due to too restrictive specific
cations in the first bid.':
Allowed Boyd Brothers a seven
day extension n furniture deliv-
ery due to delay in receiving col-
ors and samples.
Agreed to recommend the re-hir-
ing of Dr. Terry Bird as Health
Doctor. Bird had retired, but now
wants his job back.
Agreed to a meeting of the St.
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Old Soldier Leads Out
Fred Maddox, a veteran of World War I, rides his old horse
Joseph Fire Control District Com- down Reid Avenue Saturday morning in the first annual VFW par-
missioners to distribute fire con- ade commemorating Veteran's .Day. Maddox and his horse led the
Last Rites Held
For Mrs. Aman
Funeral services for Mrs. Na-
omi Aman, age 53, of White City
were held Saturday afternoon at
4:00 p.m. from the White City Bap-
tist Church. Rev. J. D. Jamison of-
ficiated, Mrs. Aman passed away
Thursday, November 9 at her resi-
dence in White City.
Interment was in the family plot
in Jehu Cemetery, Wewahitchka.
Mrs. Aman was born at Over-
street May 20, 1914. She has lived
all her life in Gulf County. She
was a member, of the White City
Survivors include her husband,
Fairo Aman; her mother, Mrs. Lena
Stevens; five sons, Jesse J. Har-
dy, Norfolk, Va., Houston Hardy,
and Farris Junior Aman of Ala-
bama, Charles Aman of Highland
View and Wayne Aman, White
City; one daughter, Mrs. Jammie
Lee Raker of Highland View; four
brothers, Ben Stevens of Panama
City, Hamp S. Stevens and Rev.
Frank Stevens both of Marietta,
Ga., and Norman Stevens of Atlan-
ta, Georgia; two sisters, Mrs. Jane.
Shurrun of Panama City and Mrs.
Doshie McCall of White City and
Prevatt Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Star Will Be Printed
Early for Next Week
Once again it's Thanksgiving
time, and The Star will observe
the Thursday holiday and print
next week's issue one day early.
Your next week's issue of The
Star will go into the mails on
This will necessitate our staff
printing the paper on Monday
and Tuesday of next week. All
news and 'advertising to be in-
cluded in next week's issue must
be iin our office by 5:00 p.m.
Welfare People Slate
Visit Here Tuesday
A delegation of Port St. Joe
business men and City officials
met in Apalachicola yesterday
with members of the State Wel-
fare Department housing com-
mittee to support Port St. Joe's
bid for a welfare office to be lo-
cated in Gulf County.
The committee made no defin-
ite location commitment yester,
day, .but will come to Port St.
Joe next Tuesday to look over
the area before deciding definite-
ly whether they will locate here
VFW Holding Turkey
Shoot This Afternoon
Post 10069, Veterans of Foreign
Wars have scheduled a turkey
shoot for today, Thursday, Novem-
The shooting will begin at 3:00
p.m. today and will continue as
long as contestants attend. The
shoot will be held at the Centen-
nial Baseball Park.
Winners in each shooting brack-
et will be presented with a tur-
key, weighing between 10 and 12
Methodist Ladies Bazaar
Will- Feature Goodies
The ladies of the Methodist
Church are, holding their annual
Bazaar in the church Fellowship
Hall, Saturday between the hours
of 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
The Bazaar will feature coffee,
cakes, pies cookies, homemade can-
dies and many other delicious tid-
bits on sale during the day.
Other features of the event will
be the all new First Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe. cook book,
a white elephant sale and articles
that will make excellent Christmas
The Methodist ladies invite you
to come for the fellowship, the de-
lectible goodies and the many bar-
gains that will be on hand.
Preliminary Hi School Plans
Revealed by School Board
The Gulf County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction unveiled prelimin-
ary plans for the new Port St. Joe
High School Monday night for a
group of Port St. Joe citizens.
The prospective plans call for
145,000 square feet under roof, or
the equivalent of five acres.
The building is really a building
complex, all enclosed under one
roof, with the space between util-
ized as cafeteria, study areas, etc.
The school is designed around
the library, which sits in the cen-
ter of a group of four "pods". The
"pods" contain teaching areas for
the various departments of the
One "pod" contains the English
and related departments. One con-
tains math, science and related de-
partments. One contains industrial
arts, homemaking, etc.
The largest of the "pods" is real-
ly multi purpose, serving as a 3,000
seat gymnasium and auditorium,
band and choral classrooms, physi-
cal education departments, and sev-
eral other departments.
The plant is designed so that no
foot traffic faces oncoming traffic
to do away with congestion in halls.
Drives and parking spaces are de-
signed so that no child crosses a
traffic area going in or coming out
of the school.
Superintendent Marion Craig
said the Board found the unique
round "pod" design in Tennessee
and liked it. "It utilizes every inch
of space and provides a decor that
will still be modern 30 years from
now" he said.
The new building will be com-
pletely centrally heated and air
The new building, which will be
designed to care for 1200 students
is due to be let for bids in Jan-
uary, according to a previously an-
nounced time table.
PAGE TWO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967
Freeholders in 64 of Florida's 67 counties gathered at
the polls last Tuesday to' cast their ballots in School Mill-
age and trustee elections; voting on how many extra mills
in taxes the various Boards of Public Instruction in the
several counties would be allowed to levy for the next two
years, over and above the limits set by Florida law,
In the 64 counties in which ballots were cast, 27 coun-
ties saw the voters turn thumbs down on all or part of the
extra millage requested. This probably gave the voters
some satisfaction at rebelling,, but it also put several of
the Boards in a bind to finance school operations under
present Florida law.
All of the Florida dailies that we read every day
called the vote a vote of protest. "Protest against the re-
cent actions of the FEA"; "Protest against high property
taxes"; "Protest against waste in school spending".
We think it was a protest because of dissatisfaction.
Disatisfaction in general not at any particular thing
or condition. In- defense of these we have to admit that
the status quo as we find it now is less than desirable .
from any way you happen to look at it.
But we do not feel that refusal to furnish necessary
funds with which to run our schools is the answer. This is
not to change our recent stand during FEA sanctions. We
: did not approve of their methods, true but we did
agree that the need was there. We still don't think just
voting more money will cure all of our school ills. But
we cannot see curtailing needed financing until a program
of improvement is worked out by committees now at work
on this problem.
We will vote for Gulf County's millage request on
Tuesday, December 5 because we want money provided to
maintain wht we have until something better is worked
Recent actions by the FEA have shown us that taking
4adrastic step which will cause harm to bring about a bet-
ter .situation does nothing but cause hard feelings and in-
Probably the biggest factor in the current wave of
adissynt is because many, many citizens who have never
paid property taxes have now joined the ranks of us vet-
erans. We know it hurts ... It always has. But it hurts
less When someone else is paying the tab, doesn't it.
Everything costs money. Let's provide the money,
even if we are dissatisfied, and work toward something
better before we begin to tear down our present school
program through a lack of financing.
An Example of Cooperation
We can think of nothing but good things to say about
the fine parade and program of activities offered in Port
St. Joe last Saturday, The enjoyable day just goes to show
what can be provided in our city through cooperation.
We think that if this cooperation were extended just
a little further, our town's economy, would grow by at least
fifty percent. And a fifty percent growth in local economy
would make Port St. Joe begin to blossom in such- a way
that everyone would be proud to live here and be a part
of what is happening.
And this "being a part of what is happening", is what
it will take to make us move forward.
Last Friday evening we went to a fire at Beacopa Hill.
The traffic both ways was pretty heavy heavy with
' people going to and from Panama City ... presumably to
shop. This shouldn't be.
Panama City doesn't offer Port St. Joe a thing, except
a nice big cash register for local people to deposit their
money in. Panama City merchants don't pay taxes here,
they don't support local charities. And their prices aren't
any lower than those in Port St. Joe. We will admit that
the selection is better. It is bound to be, but only in depth,
not in additional items to a great extent.
Talking to a local man recently who is building a house,
THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESUEY B. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
POET ST. JOE, FLORIDA 82456
Entered as second-elass matter, December 19, 1937, 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
OUT OF COUNTY One Year, $4.00 OUT OF U. S. One Year, $5.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In ease at error or ommiessions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
weg a. e pok s wor brely s e;pre nt d m d
he told us that he priced the items of material to be placed
in the building of this house and they cost him ten percent
less by buying in Port St. Joe. He received quotations on
every item from Port St. Joe businesses and from five
supply houses in Panama City. He saved ten percent. This
is quite .a saving.
Sunday afternoon we visited in Quincy with our
friends and former residents, the Wayne Buttrams. We
asked Wayne if the merchants of Quincy were bothered
much with people shopping in Tallahassee. "Not much",
he said, "the people in this town stick together. They sup-
port the town." And you know what Quincy is.
We'd like to see a little more cooperation on the part
of our people. The purchaser would save; the economy
here would grow and we, too, would have a cooperative,
close knit town that demonstrated an interest in local affairs
Too Late To Classify
By Russell Kay
Congressman Wright Patman of
Texas has long been disturbed
over the inequities of our income
tax system and the ease with Vhich
more and more wealthy people are
getting out from under the tax
burden and shifting it to the little
His pet peeve is the ever grow-
ing number of tax-free foundations
that he contends are nothing but
tax dodging operations and if made
to pay therr Just share, would re-
sult in sufficient increased tax re-
venue to reduce the average tax-
payer's bill substantially.
the present tax laws.
Patman contends that there are
countless others like it and the
number is growing by leaps and
bounds. In fact an organization is
now offering its services in show-
ing tax-dodgers how to do it and is
doing a flourishing business.
The Treasury Department esti-
mates that there are between 15,
000 and 40,000 tax-free foundation
but Patman says 100,000 would be
a more accurate figure.
In any event these tax-exempt
outfits' are steadily shifting the tax
burden to the little fellow and
While we are all familiar with Congress as a whole does not seem
the big outfits enjoying tax-exemp- a bit concerned about it. Patman
tion like the Ford Foundation and has received little support from his
Rockefeller Foundation we know colleagues and less from the Ad-
little about the ever growing num- administration, in his efforts to bring
ber of ,small tax-dodging set-ups tax relief to the little fellow.
that are passing the buck to the Under the law the Treasury De-
little fellow. paUnder the law the Treasury De-
An example pointed to by Pat- apartment is required to issue a tax-
man is the case of an Illinios doc-exempt certificate to organ-
tor who set up a "Medical Re- ization that can meet the loose
search" foundation and turned criteria of intent to support edu-
over his .assets to it. The founda- national, welfare, health, scientific
tion which he controls, hires him or similar "research" projects. The
at a comfortable salary as medi- Playboy Foundation of Chicago for
cal administrator and his wife, his example was ranted a certificate
former nurse, as assistant admin- in 1964 to undertake a project in-
istrator. The good doctor continues cluding a "study of smut on public
his practice and the foundation morals."
bills his patients whom he treats Let's all of us get in the act. Why
the same as before with the same not set up a foundation to deter-
equipment., mine "Health Hazards of Flying
The foundation pays the upkeep Saucers," if any or the "Relation
of his office, provides him with a of Educational Value of the Study
comfortable home, a car, pays his of Termite Intelligence." Put your-
expenses and sends his children to self and your wife or great grand-
college and even provides him with mother on the Board, buy a new
a generous retirement plan. Being car, increase your life insurance,
a so-called Research Foundation, set up a retirement plan, move
the organization, (in this case the into a new house and let the found-
doctor) pays no income tax. It is ation foot.the bill while you go tax
a beautiful set-up and legal under free. It is as simple as that.
DIAGNOSTIC AND COUNSELING
will be available to citizens of Gulf County on a
monthly basis beginning October 5, 1967.
This service will be made possible through the
efforts of the Gulf County Committee for Guidance
and Counseling, with service provided by staff
members of the Bay County Guidance Clinic, Pan-
ama City, Florida.
Services will be available to both children and
adults. A fee will be charged based upon profes-
sional time expenditure and client income level. No
referral is necessary but an appointment time
must be secured.
Any individual with school problems, behav-
ior problems, emotional disturbances, or persons
with marital problems would be appropriate candi-
dates for this service.
For Appointment Scheduling, please Call
This Message Sponsored by
Florida First National Bank
at Port St. Joe
Member: Florida National Group and FDIC
Letter to Editor. .
The erroneous newspaper ac-
count and curious friends' com-
ments relative to our $1,500.00 con-
tribution to the Gulf County
School System prompts the follow-
1. The gift was not connected
with any survey work or an ac-
count with the School Board. The
firm with which I am associated
was not involved in any sense. The
gift was unsolicited and personal
in every respect.
2. No strings were attached to
the contribution, except that it be
used for the benefit of all Gulf
County Schools as all other mon-
eys received by the School Board.
This is still my desire, however,
since it appears that some reason
for my act is necessary, we wish to
suggest that proper United States
Flags and Flags of the State of
Florida be provided the two new
schools along with a proper method
of displaying them.
MAX W. KILBOURN
Semi-private Citizen of
ALL of GULF COUNTY
(Thank you Mr. Kilbourn for
clearing up this situation. We,
particularly like your suggestion
for expenditure of the money
received through your largess.
S1ITSM ODUMANWACIENT VIAWS.
eare fo Sh w v e K rfl fv// j2 a,
I' I I ~ I55
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Well, here it is the 16th of the month of November, and all
sorts of good things are just before happening. Saturday, hunting
season opens, and many people, including me, will be glad of that.
One week from today is Thanksgiving day. A few more people are
glad about this. And just five weeks away is Christmas day, and
everybody is glad about that. So, within the next five weeks some-
thing is happening to please everybody. This time of the year came
along just in time. Don't know if we could have lasted another
month without this annual pause for a season of brotherly love.
We noted the other day where even one of the Communist coun-
tries has allotted the cutting of a certain amount of Christmas trees
for the observance of that holiday.
PET PEEVE: A reader tells me his pet peeve is people who'%,
park in the few parking spaces in front of the post office and sit
there for 10 or 15 minutes to read their mail. I thought everybody
The entire town was "shook up" Monday morning when it was
learned what vandals had done in the upstairs of one of the Port
St. Joe Elementary School buildings. The place was "a mess" and
this very properly describes it. Books were damaged and thrown
about, science tools were ruined or carted off, toilet tissue, corn
starch, chalk, pencils, and debris of all kinds littered the floors,
desk draws were pulled out and emptied, ink, glue and paste poured
all over everything.
Some people blamed the police and some the judge for the hap-
pening, and some blamed the parents of children who don't keep
up with their children or what they are doing. Probably, the truth
is, that everyone deserves the blame. We have been too lax. "It
can't happen here" but it did and it has on several occasions in
We think that it is to the credit of the mothers of children in
the classes dessecrated, that they banded together Monday morn-
ing to clean up the mess. The class rooms were ready to occupy
once again by Monday afternoon.
STREET SCENE: Homeowner, watching a pile of leaves re-
main in front of his house for a week, just itching to put a match
under it. It's dangerous and there's pollution and all that. We've
gotta have pure air-as much as possible now since election year
is coming up.
Do you remember the warning you had to get ready for "NBC
Week" back in September? We appreciated the warning. We
found out we weren't ready for what was offered. As a result, we
were home the other Monday night (for a change) and turned to
CBS and lo, and behold, there was Matt Dillon holding forth.
We didn't know Matt had moved from his regular Saturday night
spot. And, even here on CBS, the shock was almost too much.
Matt is growing old! A few more years now, and he won't be able
to play the rough, tough Matt Dillon, unless they allow him to-
use a cane.
Time marches on!
Or should we say, gallops!
FUNNYBONE: The man tapped on the sleeping parakeet's
cage and said, "Hey, birdie, can you talk?" "Sure," said the
bird, "can you fly?"
Gulf Service Station Gua.
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON (cii.i
"Coldest Drinks In Town"
101 Monument Ave-
~ll~e~MM O L
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967 PAGE THREE
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Methodist Youth Fellowship
Bible Study (Wednesday)
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
"Come and Worship God With Us"
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE .-......
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE .......-
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) --
Complete Landscaping and Grading
FILL SAND -- TOP SOIL -- CLAY
OYSTER SHELL FINES -- WHOLE OYSTER SHELL
CLEARING -- LEVELING, ETC.
FOR IMMEDIATE DElVERY -,r ESTIMATE
CALL 229-1476 or 229-3732
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
A Forceful Reminder
A forceful reminder of the price paid by Veterans of Foreign
Wars was forcefully presented by the Port St. Joe Jaycees in the
Veterans' Day parade Saturday. In the photo above, Jaycees are de-
picting the now famous scene of planting the U.S. flag on Iwo
Jima. -Star photo
Social Security People Advise Holiday
Workers to Have Social Security Cards
Students, housewives,, and others,
who plan to ,work during the holi-
day season are advised to check
on their Social Security card now,
according to John V. Carey, Dis-
trict Manager of the Panama City
Social Security Office. Most em-
ployers will not hire a worker who
cannot present his Social Security
Individuals who have -never had
a Social Security card should ap-
plet for one without delay, Carey
stated. Women should check their
Social Security card now'to be sure
that their card shows their correct
name. If 'the card happens to be in
their maiden name and the women
has married, an application should
be made to have the name changed.
Change of-name on a Social Se-
curity card can be accomplished at
the local District Office in a matter
of a few minutes, if the woman
worker brings her Social Security
card with her. It generally takes
SCOWART MOTOR CO.
Serving West Florida for 16 Years
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
301 Monument Ave.
Home Phone 648-3826
Chrysler Plymouth Simca
International Trucks and Scouts
ALL MAKES and MODELS
Good Clean Used Cars
1967 EXECUTIVE and LEASING CARS
Low Mileage Cars Backed by Chrysler Warranty
If You Don't See What You Want Just Ask Us For It
And We'll Get it!
Cowart Motor Representative for This Area
about ten days, however, to issue
an original card for a person who
has never had one, or to furnish a
duplicate card when the individual
cannot bring the old card.
The key to all rights under So-
cial Security is the name and num-
ber on your individual Social Se-
curity, card, Carey concluded. You
may not have retirement, disabili-
ty, survivors or .medicare benefits
rights under Social Security un-
less you get credit for all of' your
earnings. Employers 'cannot pos-
.sibly make a correct report of
your earnings unless you show
them a correct Social Security card.
Individuals livingeodltside :'6S Pana"
ma City may obtain the necessary
application forms for an original,
a duplicate, or a change of name
Social Security card at the nearest
For information concerning So-
cial Security or Medicare, contact
your nearest Social Security Office.
.The office for this area is located
at 1135 Harrison Ave., Panama
City, 32401. The telephone number
is 763-5331. The office is bpen Mon-
day through Friday from 8:30 A.M.
to 4:30 P.M. except on national
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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 shop
that show the NAPA Sign.
ST. JOE AUTO
PARTS CO., Inc.
311 Williams Ave. Ph. 227.2141
S-Sgt. William H. Todd Member of
"Best" U. S. Air Force Organization
CORVALLIS, Ore. Staff Ser-
geant William H. Todd, Son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd E. Todd of Port
St. Joe, Fla. is a member of the
U. S. Air Force defence organi-
zation that has been selected as
best in the United States.
Sergeant Todd is assigned to the
Air Defence Command's (ADC)
26th Air Division that has won the
coveted General Frederic H. Smith
Trophy. The trophy, which honors
a former Air Force vice chief now
retired from active duty, was pre-
sented at division headquarters,
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Adair Air Force Station, Ore., Nov.
The 26th was chosen for the
ADC award for demonstrating
through year-long evaluation the
best ground capability to support
ADC fighter interceptors in identi-
fying, intercepting and destroying
enemy aircraft. The division, which
has won the honor twice, operates
14 radar sites and five fighter
squadrons to maintain air surveil-
lance and guard a five-state, 800,-
000-square-mile area covering the
Pacific Coast and Western United
The sergeant is a medical re-
cords specialist at Adair Air Force
Sergeant Todd is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and at-
tended San Antonio College. He
has completed a tour of duty in
His wife, Linda, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bystricky
of 829 Dayhollow Road, Endicott,
Total Sell-Out Expected On Pine
Seedlings for Current Planting Season
TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 9 Seed- vised FFS inventory figures show
ing trees for planting are selling that only about 65,000,000 of all
at the rate of near one million per types and species are available.
day, according to Florida Forest Confirmed orders for seeding trees
Service nurserymen, and a total already total 43,000,000, Jordan
sell-out is expected. said.
-South Florida slash pine, long-
Demand for slash pine seedlings leaf, and sand pine stocks have
continues stronger than for all already been exhausted. On No--
other species combined, notes R. member 7, some 20,000,000 slash
A. Jordan, reforestation supervi- pine seedlings remained and a
sor. Commencing in mid-Novem- limited number of miscellaneous
ber, the first of the new crop of species.
tree seedlings will be removed Slash pine seedlings are $5.00
from the nursery beds and ship- per thousand FOB Florida Forest
ped for commercial transplanting. Service nurseries. An additional
State nurseries three in all charge of 35c per thousand pro-
operated by the Florida Forest Ser- videos for scheduled deliveries to
vice are located near Milton, Chief- the nearest locations, usually at
land, and Punta Gorda. county fire control headquarters.
Available tree stock for planting, To order trees contact the nearest
mostly slash pine, was estimated Forest Service office, County Agent
at a70. 0600000.iri tahiqv R. S I il CD 'o rv tin Serice
CHARGE IT AT CARP'S -
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 .....---...... 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967
GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN PLUMP
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To assure perfect turkeys, we buy only U.S. Inspected Grade "A" birds.
To assure tenderness, we buy only young turkeys from this year's flock.
Because we care this much about "Super-Right" Turkeys,
we know you can't buy better... even at a premium price.
So, we don't hesitate to offer you DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK*
if our turkey isn't everything you think it should be.
Now that you know you can't lose on the turkey,
here's something else that's important:
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you're sure to be satisfied, because
we guarantee everything we sell, no matter who makes it.
Isn't this the week to give A&P a try?
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967 PAGE FIV
Hunting Season Opens
Here November 18
TALLAHASSEE-Thousands of hunters will be at
their favorite shooting stands one-half hour before sun-
rise Saturday, November 11, as the hunting season on
resident game opens in the First, Second, Fourth and
Fifth Conservation Districts, according to W. T. Mc-
Broom, Chairman, Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
The hunting season for resident game birds and
animals in the Third Conservation District (Northwest
Florida) opens November 18. Hunting is allowed from
one-half hour before sunrise until one-half hour after
sunset for resident game.
Migratory waterfowl, including ducks and geese
will come into season on November 23 and continue for
three days until November 26. Waterfowl will come
back into season on December 7 and continue through
Waterfowl season, ducks, geese and coots, will
open one-half hour before sunrise November 23, with
hunting allowed from one-half hour before sunrise to .
The second phase of the dove hunting season opens
statewide November 18, with hunting allowed from noon
until sunset. Hunting of the migratory snipe opened
November 11. Woodcock hunting begins November
18. Hunting hours for snipe and woodcock are from
one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. The season
for rail and gallinule closes November 24.
Hunters between the ages of 15 and 65 must ob-
tain a hunting license, and all hunters over the age of 16
must obtain a duck stamp before hunting ducks and
GCJC Debate Team Takes Third Place
The Gulf Coast Junior College team debates, beating the Univer-
Debating Team swept to an 8-2, sity of Alabama, Alabama Col-
won-lost record and a third place lege, Northeast Mississippi Junior
finish last week end in the novice College, Samford University and
division of the Second Annual Mis- Louisiana College.
9 .+ --: ^ T ..... i+.TI nt
SiSSippi Sate Umversity -nva- Myra Hinson and Carolyn Wat-
tonal Debating Tournament. kins, representing GCJC's affirma-
Dennis Dawson, formerly of Port tive team, defeated Mississippi
St. Joe, debating team captain, State University, Hinds Junior Col-
paced the GCJC speech experts lege and Arkansas A&M before los-
with a total of 129 points, which ing out to Northeast Mississippi
earned him the tourney trophy as Junior College and Millsaps.
best junior college speaker. The Gulf Coast debaters are
Dawson and teammate David coached by Bob Latham, chairman
Creel won all five of their negative of GCJC's Social Science Division.
supplies and incidentals as requ
a l A v ed to provide an additional 3
Le al A dv g.p.m. water treatment capabil
Including constructing a circu
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS reinforced concrete coagulati
Bid No. 51 Rand settling basin approximate
21 feet I.D. by 13 feet S.W.D. co
PROJECT NO. WS-3-10-0165 Tiete with contact type mechanics
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA two rapid sand filter units, ea
Separate sealed bids for Water approximately 9 feet x 11 feet, wi
Treatment Plant Improvements for underdrain system, a two story r
City of Port St. Joe, Florida will inforced concrete and masor
be received by the City Clerk for block filter building addition a
the City Commission at the office proximately 21 feet x 32 feet, wi
of the City Clerk, City Hall, Port built-up roof, interconnecting i
St. Joe, Florida until 8:00 o'clock ,terior and yard piping, valves, la
p.m., EST, December 19, 1967, and oratory and office facilities, che
then at the City Commission meet-I ical feeding system, electric
ing publicly opened and read lighting, power and- controls, ai
aloud, related appurtenances including
, The Information for Bidders, sitework and fencing complete ai
Form of Bid, Form of Contract, ready for operation.
Plans, Specifications and Forms of
Bid Bond, Performance and Pay- Copies may be obtained at t
ment Bond, and other contract doc- office of Smith and Gillespie E
uments may be examined at the gineers, Inc., located at 123 E. Fo
following: syth Street, P. 0. Box 1048, Jac
Office of. the City Clerk, City sonville, Florida 32201 upon pa
Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida and at ment of $30.90 for each set which
the office of Smith and Gillespie amount includes 90 cents Flori
Engineers, Inc.,, 123 E. Forsyth State Sales Tax. Any unsuccessf
Street, Jacksonville, Florida, 32201. bidder, upon returning such s
The work consists of furnishing promptly and in good condition
all labor, equipment, materials, will be refunded his payment, an
,n- any non-bidder upon so returning
or- such a set will be refunded $15.45.
'k- The owner reserves the right to
3y- waive any informalities or to re-
ch ject any or all bids.
da Each bidder must deposit with
ul his bid, security in the amount,
et form and subject to the conditions
n, provided in the Information for
Attention of bidders is particu-
larly called to the requirements as
to conditions of employment to be
observed and minimum wage rates
to be paid under the contract.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 30 days after the actual
date of the opening thereof. .
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
By: /s/ FRANK PATE,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH J U DICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PORT
ST. JOE, a corporation,
JAMES R. SHIRAH and wife,
MAGGIE J. SHIRAH,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice, is hereby given pursuant
"to a Final-Decree of Foreclosure
dated November-13, 1967, and en-
tered in Chancery Case No. 2967 of
the Circuit Court,of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit, in and for Gulf
County, Florida, wherein Citizens
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion of Port St. Joe, a corporation,
is plaintiff, and James R. Shirah
and wife, Maggie P. Shirah, are de-
fendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
front door of the County Court-
house, Gulf County, Florida, at
11:00 o'clock A.M., Eastern Stan-
dard Time, on the 27th day of No-
vember, 1967, the following des-
cribed property as set forth in said
Final Decree, to-wit:
Lots Twelve (12), Thirteen
(13), Fourteen (14) and Fif-
teen (15) in Block Three (3),
Wimico Subdivision, according
to the plat thereof on file in
the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida, in Plat Book 1, page
Dated this 14th day of November
A. D. 1967.-
/s/ -GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida .
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-11-16
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Special Tax School District No. 1
Gulf County, Florida
Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the
Florida School Laws, notice is here-
by given that the next regular bien-
nial election in Special Tax District
No. 1 (county-wide) is called for
Tuesday, the 5th day of December,
A. D. 1967 for the said district to
determine the rate of millage to be
assessed and collected on the pro-
perty therein for the next two (2)
years, and to elect three (3) trus-
tees for the district for the ensu-
ing two (2) years (no two trustees
shall be elected from any School
Board Member Residence District).
All qualified electors residing
within said district (county-wide)
are entitled to vote for trustees
and all qualified electors residing
within said district (county-wide)
who pay taxes on real or personal
property are entitled to vote on
school tax district levy. It is de-
temined that ten (10) mills will
be necessary to maintain a uni-
form system of Florida schools
within said district.
Precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will vote
at City Hall, Wewahitchka.
The poll holders are: Mrs. Mar-
vin Pitts, Clerk; Mrs. Seab Price,
Mrs. Annie .Cook and Mrs. Leona
Precincts 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
will vote in the Stac House in
Port St. Joe.
The poll holders are: Mrs. Zola
Maddox, Clerk; Mrs. 0. M. Taylor,
Mrs. T. 0. Rich and Mrs. Mary
R. MARION CRAIG tf-10-26
local department store.
In the photo above, manager Newport pre-
sents Mrs. Dawson with her winner's certificate
while saleslady Mrs. Paulette Rogers, pins on a
corsage. -Star photo
Tractor and Dump Truck Work
Day Phone, 227-2434 Night Phone, 227-4906
SEAFOODS GROCERIES MEATS
401 GARRISON AVE. PHONE 227-3451
OPEN DAILY -- 6:45 A.M. to 9:30 P.M.
OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 12:30 to 9:30 P.M.
GA. GRADE "A"
(cut free) Ib. 29c
ARMOUR STAR DELUXE RUMP
Roast lb. 69c
ARMOUR STAR DELUXE SIRLOIN TIP
Tip Roast lb. 99c
ARMOUR STAR SLICED FREE
Bacon lb. 59c
DON'T FORGET FRESH SEAFOOD DAILY
OYSTERS SHRIMP MULLET RED ROE
COME IN AND REGISTER FOR
Thanksgiving Turkey with Complete Dinner
to be Given Away Wednesday, Nov. 22, 7:30 P.M.
- Need -
Ready-Mix Concrete Fill Dirt
Top Soil Gravel Sand
a I Additional albums *398 Hi-Fl- $498 Stereo
Si Limited quantities Volumes 4 and 5 also
available at $1.00...WHILE THEY LAST!
-LOW PRICES 7.75.14 &7.75-15 8.25-14&8.15-15 8.55.14 & 8.45-15
ONALL SIZES $1925 22so $2500
00W PRICES28.25 0 $2500
Campton kem TUBELESS WHITEWALLS SLIGHTLY HIGHER
All prices plus $1.80 to $2.56 Fed. excise tax
(deteriding on size), sales tax and trade-in tire off your car.
Priced as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
JIMMY'S PHILLIPS "66" STATION
Mrs. Sherril Dawson of Wewahitchka was an-
nounced the winner of Carp's "You Can Be Queen
of the Day" contest Saturday afternoon, by Carp
manager, Charles Newport. Mrs. Dawson was pre-
sented with a $25.00 outfit of her choice by the
I ; II
QUEEN OF THE DAY
'rLSO W D-.6 C4- riela THUIRSMDAY lN M 1967
P A G E SIX TH a 'T A K, a r, r St -. Ju ru r ... ..... ..--- .
Highland View Baptist Church Scene of Nuptial Services
Uniting Miss Linda Marie Graham, Albert Gerald Wood
Miss Linda Marie Graham; daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gra-
ham became the bride of Albert
Gerald Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gabe Wood, all of Port St. Joe, in
the Highland View Baptist Church
Saturday, November 4 at 5:00 p.m.
Rev. W. N. Stephens officiated at
the double ring ceremony. Miss
Debra Floyd at the organ accom-
panied Jim Marlow, cousin of the
bride, as he sang "Because" and
as the couple knelt at the close of
the ceremony, the "Wedding Pray-
The couple exchanged vows be-
fore an arch interspersed with
greenery and white" flowers flank-
ed by fan-shaped baskets of bridal
. flowers composed of white gladio-'
las and'chrysanthemums. The famn-
ily pews were marked with white
satin bows and sprays of stephano-
The bride,. given in marriage by
her father, wore a floor length
gown of bridal satin fashioned
with empire waistline. The bodice,
featuring scalloped neckline and
scalloped elbow length bell sleeves
were overlaid with alencon lace.-
The A-line skirt was dramatized
with panels of lace appliques on
either-side. Her detachable chapel
length train also featured lace ap-
.pliques on either side. Her elbow
length veil of illusion fell from a
pillbox crown of matching satin
and lace. She carried a nosegay of
white feathered carnations with
white satin streamers with love
Mrs. Dennis Bradley was matron
of honor. She wore a street length
dress of deep candy pink velveteen
with matching pillbox hat with
shoulder length veil. She carried
a single red rose. Her dress was
fashioned identical to the bride's.
Misses Judy and Charlotte Gra-
ham, sisters of the bride, served
as bridesmaids. Their dresses were
identical to the matron of honor,
in a lighter shade of pink. They al-
so wore pillbox hats with shoulder
length veils. They, too carried sin-
gle red roses. The bride's gown
and headpiece" and also those of
the attendants, were all fashioned
by the mother of the bride.
The groom chose as his best man,
Dennis Bradley. Ushers were Jerry
Peak and Ben Armstrong.
S 3. ..
vrs. j .riiiiin presiueu in
the absence of Mrs. W. D. Jones.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts opened the
meeting with prayer.
During the business meeting, re-
ports were asked for and given by
the different committee and cir-
cle chairmen. Recommendations
from the Executive Board were
voted on and adopted.,
Mrs. Pattie Gibson was' adopted
MRS. ALBERT GERALD WOOD'
Mrs. Graham wore for her daugh- Kennedy. After the initial cutting:
ter's wedding a two-piece double by the bride and groom, cake wa
breasted suit in oyster white bond- served by Mrs. Dan Lucas, cousi:
ed Wool. She wore brown accessor- of the bride and Miss Barbar
Mrs. Wood, mother of the groom,
wore a light blue street length
dress. with matching accessories.
Both mothers wore white carnation
A reception in the Church Social
Hall was given by the parents of
the bride immediately following
the ceremony. Presiding fat the
bride's book was Miss Jennifer
Ii `" -I.
Whitfield. Miss Ann Peacock pre
sided at the punch bowl. Servin
as floor hostesses were Mrs. Le
Kennedy and Mrs. Clinton Peter
For traveling, the bride wore
two piece suit featuring a tur
quoise sheath dress with contras
ing long sleeve jacket. After
short wedding-trip the couple ar
at home to their friends in the Bi
chert'Apartments in Port St. Joe.
Out of town guests attending
Mrs. Freeman Hostess
To Beta Sigma Phi
The Xi Epsilon Kappa chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi met November.7
at 8:00 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
Greta Freeman. '
Members were reminded of the
bridge benefit to be held Novem-
ber 16 at the Stac House. Final
plans were made for the Thanks-
giving dinner to be on November
Mrs. Sissy Farris gave a very in-
teresting program on "The Sense
Members attending were: Mrs.
Virginia Cannon, Mrs. Carol Rish,
Mrs. Sara Peters, Mrs. Delores Cox,
Mrs. Dot Grossman, Mrs. Greta
Freeman, Mrs. Flo Maddox, Mrs.
Elva Jones, Mrs. Sissy Farris and
LOTA PALMER CIRCLE
WILL MEET TUESDAY
The Lota Palmer Circle of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church will
meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m
g at the home of Mrs. William E
s Laird at 903 Garrison Avenue.
n The Dorothy Clark Circle wil
a not meet next week as originally
e- planned, but will announce meet
g ing plans later.
the wedding included Mrs. Lula
Saturday, November 18, between i
the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 7:00
p.m. All members are looking for-
ward to this Bazaar and anticipate
a big success.
The meeting was then turned
over to Mrs. Ralph Swatts who
presented a most inspiring pro-
gram on "Tree of Life", assisted
by Mrs. Wes Ferris, Mrs. Lamar
Miller, Mrs. J. B. Griffith and Mrs.
The meeting was dismissed by
Will Meet Monday
The four circles of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service of the
First Methodist Church will meet
at the church on Monday, Novem-
ber 20 at 3:00 p.m. Each circle
will have a brief business meeting
in the Sunday School rooms up-
stairs and then a program will be
presented in the chapel by Mrs.
Silas R. Stone.
Mrs. Stone will speak on her re-
cent trip to the Hawaiian Islands
New Zealand and Australia.
Members of the Wesleyan Ser-
vice Guild are cordially invited to
attend this program.
Lunch Room Menus
HIGHLAND VIEW ELEMENTARY
Monday, November 20
Ho-bo stew, sliced tomatoes,
cheese wedge, prunes, white bread
Tuesday, November 21
Sliced turkey, dressing, snap
7 beans, lettuce and tomato salad,
- Roman apple cake, rolls..and milk.
WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
a Monday, November 20
Freeman, maternal grandmother of Open face lunchmeat and cheese
the bride, Blouhtstown; Mrs. Frank sandwiches, baked beans, sliced to-
Graham and Mrs. Frank Stone of matoes on lettuce, chilled peaches
Blountstown; Mrs. Wallace Peacock and milk.
of Chattahoochee; Mrs. J. J. Wil- Tuesday, November 21
liams of Vernon; W. W. Whitting- Thanksgiving lunch. Roast tur-
ton of Panama City; Mrs. L. C. key, dressing with giblet gravy, jel-
Wood, Mrs. Linda McLeod and Miss lied cranberry on lettuce cup, holi-
Ann Peacock, all of Wewahitchka. day potato souffle, hot rolls, but-
ter, chilled orange juice and milk.
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MRS. ROBERT CLIFTON BROWN
Miss Annette Lewis Married to Robert
Clifton Brown In Algiers, Louisiana
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Bertram Lewis of Port St. Joe and New
Orleans announce the:marriage of their daughter, Annette, to Rob-
ert Clifton Brown,:September 27, Algiers,, Louisiana. Mrs. Brown
is a graduate of Port St. Joe High School; attended Gulf Coast-Jun-
ior College, Panama' City; Francis" T. Nicholls State College, Thibo-
deaux, Louisiana aind. Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.
_Mr. Brown attended Kansas City Junior College and College of Paci-
fic, Stockton, California. After a trip' to Mexico and points west,
the couple will make their home in San Diego, California where Mr.
Browif will continue his profession in the field of music.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT SPENDS WEEK END HERE 1
A-3C Roger W. Hallmon, spent
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Prid- Roger Hamon t
on, m, announ.the birth of a the past week end visiting here
geon, announ e mbrt o at with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
son, David Sean, November.4 at the sse Hallman. Roger is stationedr
.senby Hospital. "esse Hallman. Roger is statione-
Lisenby rHospital. :at Keesler AFB, Miss. He was ac-
Proud grandparents are Mr. and companies here by a friend, Butch
Mrs. E. C. Pridgeon,o.f Wewahitch- Lloyd, of Indianapolis, Ind., also
ka. stationed at Keesler.
MISS MARGARET ANN O'BRYAN
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. O'Bryan of 206 Sixth Street, Port St. Joe,
announce the engagement of their daughter, Margaret Ann to James
Melvin, son of Mrs. Nonie Melvin of Blountstown.
Wedding plans will be announced at a later date.
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO GO?
TULL'S GROCERY- Jones Homestead
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 3 PIECE BAND
ADMISSION: $1.00 plus tax
EACH FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHT
FROM 9 TIL1
lWininek Orlons' stop the showc! ,All e ,'e. are ,n
Khriqle s til~t kits of W,r,tfuk Clil(r' aer-,Iic the ~;ttv' r''titha~t r..d
e~per-;.,e irr-orfs. and reed no Parnperinq! Kc.i1'I.-Ie, 'ttyIes thes-e supef k t
for 5t home or a a,'n. .. 'r~qht !trip'rqg and d~sh;riq solid colors.
Turtlene6 I'iion ;fh -,rntrasf rn- -.oldI-'O' tped si~pon %;th rmo: turtle-
5 rPe.F L-~, hIf; r.-eck. zz -ba6. Full'fa..rd
M; cr match full-fash;oned sheath
sUlr l.,npl with rayon affetf.
Perfect fitt;nq d-ublelnt p F.rt to
m;< or match. Sze; 15.00
Our 1967 Christmas Club checks are in the
mail now. Many folks in our community are
now receiving the money they saved for this
year. Make sure you have enough money for
Christmas next year. Join our 1968 Christmas
at PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
WSCS Meets At Church Chapel to Make
Plans for Bazaar Scheduled Saturday
The Woman's Society of Chris- as Mother of the Woman's Society
tian Service of the First Methodist of Christian Service.
Church met in the Little Chapel, Mrs. Cha;les Brock, General
November 6, with 16 members Chairman of the Bazaar, reported
present. everything to be well in hand for
Mf T ,iffith resided in the Bazaar, which will be held
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THE STAR, Port St Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967 PAGE SEVEN
by SHARON DAVIS
The Keyettes of Port St. Joe film, "Be an A-C-E Driver" featur-
High School are collecting good' ed the 1967 Junior Miss, Rosemary
used clothing for the children of Dunaway, who says, "Stay alert be-
Appalachia this week d u r i n g hind the wheel-be courteous to
Save the Children Federation's tife other driver-learn-all you can
Bundle Days Drive. Won't you in the classroom and on the road."
please help them? Help your chil- *
dren to help children in Appala- Club pictures were taken Wed-
chia by bringing their good used nesday f' this year's edition of
clothing to .Port St. Joe High The Moinment. Subscriptions to
School during Save ihe Children the 1967-68 edition of The Mon.
1Federation's Bundle Days Drive. ument are now oih sale. Pictures
; from last year's Monument are
A turkey shoot will be held by being sold by the annual staff.
Sgt. J. E. Gainnie
Reports to Vietnam
small bridges and schools. Equip-
ment and materials for the pro-
jects are made available through
the Marine Corps Reserve Civic
Action Fund. Marines in Vietnam
-VN F Oct pr1v.-e me K1_ W- .... ti.... ,3
(X0834 VIETNAM (FHTNC) Oct. provide ne Know-how and gume
31 Marine Sergeant James E. the Vietnam people in carrying out
Gainnie, son of Mr. and Mrs. these projects.
George W. Gainnie of 803 Wood-
ward Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla., has
reported for duty with the Third Xi Epsilon Kappa
Amphibian Tractor Battalion, First
Marine Division in the Republic of Bridg'e Party Tonight
His battalion's primary mission The Xi Epsilon Kappa chapter
is to land, transport to inland ob- of Beta Sigma Phi is sponsoring a
jectives, and logistically support bridge benefit tonight at 8:00 p.m.
troops and artillery in landing op- in the Stac House.
The unit is also engaged in a Anyone who wishes to attend
civic action program designed to may contact any one of the Xi Ep-
assist the Vietnamese people in silon Kappa members or you may
completing self-help projects, such call 227-5426. The club is solicit-
as the building of wells, culverts, ing $1.00 donations at the benefit.
the Sharks Jr. Rifle Club on No-
vember 15 and 16 from 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. Shells will be provided
by the club. Tickets may be pur-
-chased from any member of the
club for 75c. :
"Be an A-C-E Driver" was the to-
.-pic of, an assembly program last
'Wednesday. Special guest speakers
-were State Trooper Ken Murphy
and Deputy Sheriff Sonny Dean.
'They told students about new state
laws concerning drivers. ,Students
learned that an A-C-E- driver was
alert, courteous and educated. The
The Port St. Joe High School
Marching 6Band is 'going to Talla-
hassee Saturday to compete in the
District Batnd MarchingContest.
The second six weeks Will end
Tuesday, November 21. Evalua-
.tion day is November 22 and
there will be no school for stu-
dents.- The Thanksgiving holi-
days are November 23 and 24.
School 'wiIl resume on Monday,
*the last football
The Sharks play the last football
Miss Pauline Weimortz, Mrs. Lanas Fox, Mrs. Milo Smith, Mrs. Donald Goodson and Mrs. Sherrill Hartley
Mrs. Milo Smith Feted At Stork Shower Last Wednesday
Mrs. Milo Smith was honored with a stork carrying a baby.
shower Wednesday, November 8 at the Florida Hostesses were Mrs. Lanas Fpx, Mrs. Donald
Power .Lounge. Goodson, Mrs. Sherrill Hartley and Miss Pauline
The table was beautifully decorated with ro- Weimortz.
ses and fern and was centered with a big stork
game of the season tomorrow
night in Blountstown. The game be-
gins at 8:30 p.m. EST. Support
them by your presence at the
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this means
to express our sincere thanks to
our friends, the doctors and nurs-
es. for the prayers, food, cards and
other acts of kindness shown us
during the illness and death of our
We shall always remember with
,grateful appreciation your kind ex-
pressions of sympathy.
The family of
T. TIM BOONE
Jake Belin, Jr. Taken
Jake Belin, Jr., a 1966 honor
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and now a sophomore at
North Carolina State University,
has been inducted into Phi Eta Sig-
ma, a national honorary fraternity.
First year male students who
have, made a 3.5 or better grade
average for their freshman year
and have displayed qualities deem-
ed desirable and consistent with,
the standards of the fraternity are
considered for membership.
Jake is majoring in applied ma-
thematics and has maintained a
3.7 grade average for his first
Thrift Shop Names
Workers for Saturday
The Hospital Auxiliary Thrift
Shop is open each Wednesday
morning from 9:30 to 11:30 to re-
ceive items you wish to donate. If
this is not a' convenient time for
you, call a member, of the pick-up
committee. This committee is as
follows, Mrs. W. S. Quarles,. Jr.,
Mrs. T. F. Preston and Mrs. S. R.
Workers for this
Mrs O0. M. Taylor,
The Thrift Shop
3:30 for sales.
is open each
from 1:30 to
You can always count _
on our pharmacist to
be available when you / '4
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
COSMETICS FOR LADIES By Coty, Revelon, Harriett Hubbard
Ayer and Danna .
COSMETICS POR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT FOR BABY GIFTS
Phene 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
NOW OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
*' ll I AT ~ -l
ONE GROUP $0995
AT THIS PRICE ------29
0 DAY gE
Reg. $4.50 Square Yard
Regular Price, $269.95
SALE E$209 95
3 Days Only
Roche's Furniture & Appliance Store
20 REID AVNU PHNE22-57
3 SOFAS at
For A Good Deal On
Plymouth, Chrysler or
Panama City Chrysler
15th St., Panama City
ALL SUITES--- 20% OFF
Room Size Rugs
209 ROID ;AVENUE
PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967
PRICES EFFECTIVE 6 BIG DAYS! WE HAVE PLENTY OF SWIFT'S BUTTERBALL
.- NOVEMBER 16 THROUGH 22, 1967 TURKEYS FESHHAMS
Il / QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I iT
ANOTHER PIGGLY WIGGLY DISCOUNT
GOLD CREST YOUNG
14 POUNDS AND UP
YELLOW ROSE CREAMY WHITE or FUDGE
CAKE FROSTING ----- 13 oz.
LESUEUR 8 OZ. CANS
GARDEN PEAS ---- 2 cans 39c
JACK and BEANSTALK 303 CANS
CUT GREEN BEANS .- 4 cans $1.00
ASSORTED COLORS SCOTT VIVA
DINNER NAPKINS ---- 50 ct. 27c
PEPPERIDGE FARM HERB or CORN BREAD
STUF FIN G--- 8 oz. pkg. 31c
HEAVY DUTY 18" x 25' ROLL
ALCOA WRAP ---------- roll 59c
NABISCO 12/4 OUNCE CELLO BAG
CHOCOLATE PINWHEEL cello bag 45c
NABISCO IDEAL CHOCOLATE 10% OZ, CELLO
PEANUT BARS ---- cello bag 45c
PLYMOUTH 40, 60, 75 and 100 WATT
LIGHT BULBS -- 4 bulb pkg.
Smoked Tenderized Hams,
Shank Portion lb. 49c
Hickory Smoked SLAB BACON
S&H GREEN STAMPS with PURCHASES
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! Ocean Spray' Jellied
I BLLIED J LIMIT ... 2 CANS at This Price With $10.00 or More
LEMON, YELLOW, WHITE, DEVIL FOOD
YELLOW ROSE CAKE MIXES-------18 oz. box 29c
WHOLE PICKLED PEACHES -------28 oz. jar 39c
ARGO NO. 303 CANS
SWEET GARDEN PEAS ----- 5 cans 89c
SREEN GIANT 12 OZ. CANS
N IBLETS CO RN------4 cans $1.00
MIXED NUTS------------13 oz. can 79c
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! (REGULAR $1.15)
ANTISEPTIC LISTERINE ----- 14 oz. bottle 82c
TASTY McCORMICK POULTRY-% Oz.
3RAZIL NUTS- lb. bag 49c SEASONING ----- can 19c
QUEEN ANNE Diced Fruit Cake McCORMICK PUMPKIN PIE
MIX 16 oz. 49c SPICE 1 oz. 35c
)UEEN ANNE RED McCORMICK RUBBED
HERRES --------16 oz. 99c SAGE V2 oz. 21 c
"UBBY JR. McCORMICK GROUND-1 3/8 Oz.
OcONUT 14 oz. 39c NUTMEG can 53c
cCORMICK GROUND 1/8 Oz.9 WE HAVE A COMPLETE VARIETY
CRMICK GROUND 1 1/8 O OF FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS ON
'iNNAMON ----_ can 33c DISPLAY AT PIGGLY WIGGLY!
BUY FAMOUS NAME BRAND BONUS GIFT PRO- f LOOK FOR
DUCTS AT PIGGLY WIGGLY AND SAVE TWICE THIS
BY REDEEMING BONUS GIFT COUPONS! SYMBOLu
WE GIVE S&H GREEN
STAMPS WITH EVERY
PURCHASE PLUS .
24 Ounce Can
B12 Ounce Can
12 Ounce Can
S7 Ounce Can
FROSTY MORN DANDY FRE!
2 Ibs. 79c
3 Ibs. $1.39
DISCOUNT SPECIAL! FRESH AND CRISP
NEW CROP FLA.-5 LB. BAG
ORANGES -----..- bag 49c
YELLOW 3 LB. BAG
ONIONS bag 29c
GA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM
MORTON PUMPKIN 20 OZ.
PIE 3 for $1.00
McKenzie Whole Kernel
CORN 24 oz. 45c
VINE RIPE LB.
BROCCOLI -------0 oz. 45c
SUNNY TENNESSEE-10 OZ.
STRAWBERRIES .--. pkg. 29c
MARGARINE ---- lb. 37c
KRAFT PHILADELPHIA CREAM
CHEESE------ .-- 8 oz. 29c
SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY FOR
SWIFT'S PREMIUM BUTTERBALL
TURKEYS PLUS A VARIETY
OF STEAKS, ROASTS, CHOPS,
FRESH PORK HAMS, HENS,
FRYERS, OYSTERS AND ALL
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967 PAGE NINE
Band Sets the
Pace In Parade
Port St. Joe High School's
marching band added to the par-
ade festivities last Saturday
morning in Port St. Joe's first
Veteran's Day Parade in several
Go people count time as one of their most
precious elements. Small wonder that banks
play an important part in their everyday
bustling life. Financial services are needed
more than ever for people on the go to keep
,up with a fast-paced economy. Banks and
only banks provide all these services under
What's the difference between banks and
,other financial institutions? If you've been
running all over town dealing with those other
institutions .. try dealing with a bank.
You'll know the difference.
"Over 400 banks in Flonda behind you and your community"
FLORIDA BANKERS ASSOCIATION
'Policemen Complete Course
Port St. Joe's Police Department completed a three day course
taught by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation last
Thursday. The course was built mainly around methods of search
and seizure, proper methods of interrogation and explaining the
recent court rulings in dealing with those arrested.
Pictured above, front row, left to right are: Chief H. W. Griffin,
FBI agent Bill Kittle, Mayor Frank Pate, FgBI agent Dick Casey.
Back row, left to right, officers M. A. Kelley, Howard Rogers, Jim-
mie Tew, James Graves and James McGee. -Star photo
Don't Be A "Peek-A-Boo" Driver
TALLAHASSEE Don't be a ed that early morning fog is also
Peek-A-Boo driver warns the Flor- very frequent now and reminds
ida Highway Patrol in calling at-
tention to cool fall mornings when
fogged up car windows make driv-
"This time of the year drivers
frequently find a heavy coat of
dew on their vehicles in the morn-
ings," said Colonel H. N. Kirkman,
Director of the department of Pu-
blic Safety, "and they should make
a practice of cleaning windows all
around and not just start down
the road with vision limited to the
area cleaned by the windshield
The Patrol Commander explain-
The U. S. Coast Guard station-
ed at Cape San Bias carried the
colors at the head of the parade
last Saturday. The Apalachicolo
Company, National Guard, enter-
ed a color guard in the parade
and several other members and
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as the Board of Adjustment
will hold a public hearing at the
City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, at
8:00 P.M., E.D.T., Tuesday, No-
vember 7, 1967, to determine whe-
ther the City will authorize a de-
viation to Chapter XIII, Section
2C of Building Ordinance No. 16,
concerning the type roofing au-
thorized on residential buildings
in the City of Port St. Joe.
C. W. BROCK 10-12
City Auditor and Clerk 4t
"LET US PROVE WE CAN SAVE
WE WILL GLADLY HANDLE THE FACTORY WARRANTY WORK ON ANY CHEVROLET PURCHASED
98 BY-PASS IN
Panama City, Florida
drivers that Florida Law requires
headlights be used in fog, smoke
or rain. "Good visibility is the
first step to safe driving, so why
make a rough job rougher by driv-
ing blind," said Kirkman.
Emphasizing the fact that speed
limits are maximum limits under
good conditions, Kirkman conclud-
ed saying, "It is virtually important
that your speed be controlled i.
order to stop within the distance
you can see ahead, because on
rain slick or foggy highways even
half the posted limit may be sui-
It's a chore,
even for a big,
And it's a backache for the Little Woman.
So perhaps you're interested in an electric dryer.
You bought her an electric washer so
why not buy her a dryer and complete the
all-electric laundry team?
You can buy a 230-volt, 2-cycle flameless
electric dryer for about $135. (Two-cycle
tumbles clothes in heated air, then in cool,
to prevent setting wrinkles in wash-'n-wear.)
Dries clothes for approximately 70 a load.
A thrifty wife-saver. And you can save
on clothes because you don't need extras.
to wear on rainy washdays.
BUY HER A DRYER NOW. Here's why:
We are offering our customers a 30-day Money-Back
Guarantee of Satisfaction with a 230-volt
electric dryer purchased between October 1
and November 30, 1967...
PLUS your choice from a selection
of attractive gifts! Fair enough?
Just ask your dealer for details on our Money-Back
Guarantee and how you can get one of our free gifts.
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
Y "m rS-Pn. LSiaq-OWvWD afCtrc CoDWM
Jon he electric laur dryteam
PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St.-Je, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967
-- RICH'S IGA AT PORT ST.
IGA Chef Eddie Doucette "
Morton's Pkgs. of 2
PIE SHELLS 3 for $1.00
Morton's 20 Oz. Size
.Pumpkin Pies 2 for 59c
Philadelphia 80 I Pkg.
Cream Cheese pkg. 33c
IGA Cranberry No. 300 Cans
SAUCE 2 cans 33c
HOLIDAY NUTS and
FRUIT CAKE SPECIALS
FOR FRUIT CAKES
E ---lb. 89c
UIT lb. 49c
NOT FOR JUST SPECIAL OCCASION SATISFACTION
NOT FOR JUST ONE OR TWO DAYS, BUT EVERY DAY
RICH'S IGA SPE iALIZES IN USDA CHOICE AGED TO TASTE
GRAIN FED BEEF
SELECTED BY IGA MEAT EXPERTS
Each Tablerite Label Is Our Guarantee of Satisfaction
PAL WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE .
COOKING OIL -- No. 10 jar 89c
ROBIN HOOD WITH $10.00 ODER OR MORE
FL 0 UR---- 10 lb. bag 99c
U. S. NO. 1- WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
POTATOES- ---10 Ibs. 29c
SURE WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
PORK LARD No. 10 jar 79c
IGA TALL CANS
EVAPORATED MILK -- 7 cans $1.00
NO. 7 STEAK
None Such 18 Oz. Size
MINCE MEAT --- jar 49c
25 Tablet Bottle Reg. 69c
ALKA SELTZER pkg. 53c
IGA Sliced No. 2 Cans
PINEAPPLE 2 cans 59c
Whole Kernel or CS ,Gold 303 Cans
IGA CORN --3 cans 59c
IGA Frozen Pure 6 Oz. Cans
Orange Juice 6 cans 79c
-CAl Flavors IGA
ICE MILK 1/2 gal. 49c
"Eggs are the best buy in our store
TIME TO START BAKING
GA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM
EGGS 2 doz. 69c
GA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM IN CARTONS
EGGS -. 3 doz. $1.00
GA. GRADE "A" SMALL
EGGS ---3doz. .89c
GA. G RADE"A"
Lge. EGGS __ 2 doz. 89c
RICH'S FRESHER FRUITS; VEGETABLES
Pears, Radishes and Celery
FLORIDA HOME GROWN
TENDER BEANS -------- b. :
GOOD FOR THE DIET LARGE
GRAPEFRUIT ----- each
FLORIDA ORANGES -- doz. 39c
FLA. HOME GROWN CORN
.2 PKGS. of 49c
IGA WINDOW BOX
reg, box 29c
OLEO 2 lb. 33c
Corn Meal Mix
5 lb. bag 37c
10 jars 99c
Savoy Broil and
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR TABLERITE IN QUALITY
Ground Beef 3 -S. $1.39
Fresh SHRIMP C
WE ALSO HAVE FOR
YOUR CONVENIENCE .......... FRESH MULLET and ROE
FROSTY MORN FARM STYLE
lb. 39c 3 Ibs. 99c
BUY NOW LIMITED SUPPLY
TABLERITE GRADE 'A' HEN and TOM BROAD BREAST
16 LBS. and 8 to 14
LB. 31c LB. 36J c
GA. GRADE 'A' FRESH
LARGE HENS lb. 43c
COPELAND TENDERIZED SMOKED HAMS
COPELAND FRESH PORK HAMS
Ham Steaks -- lb. 88c
WHOLE or HALF
H IH Completely Home Owned and Operqted by E. J. Rich and Sons
IGA WITH $10.00 ORDER OR MORE
C 0 FFEE--------lb. can
SDel Monte'- 303 Cans"
.PUMPKIN, -2 cans
WE HAVE PLENTY OF
3 bags $1.00
IGA BROWN 'N SERVE
3 Ibs. 88c
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SAVE CASH AT RICH'S -- NOT STAMPS
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967 PAGE ELEVEN
SW WE ARE REDUCING OUR STOCK BEFORE CHRISTMAS
BUY NOW BEFORE INVENTORY THIS YEAR CHECK EACH ITEM for PRICE and QUALITY
One of Kroehiler's best Cape Cod High Wing Back Groups.
Beautiful brown tweed cover. A $340.00 value. Both pieces
going for this low price!
Sofa and Matching Chair --$225.00
Beautiful Loose Cushion Sofa by International. Legency
Group. Seats and back have zipper covers for easy care and
use. This sofa has casters for easy moving. Green and gold
cover goes with any decor. Regular price $249.95. You must
see this value to believe.
Pillow Back Sofa --------$150.00
Maple frame and arm. Beautiful green and brown floral print
cover. Sleeps 2 people. Regular price $139.00.
SOFA BED, By Fox ------$109.95
In a beautiful red. Has -2 foam reversible cushion arm caps.
Neat trim skirt. $249.95 Value.
Contemporary Kroehler Sofa _- $170.00
High back, wood trim, beautiful beige floral Scotch-Guard
cover. Regular price $249.95.
Early Amer. Sofa and Chair ___ $185.00
Early American. 3 cushion pillow back. Maple wood trim. You
must see 'o believe. Reg. $249.95. One only at this price!
Cape Cod Sofa by Kroehler $165.00
Early American. Solid maple wooden arms. Beautiful gold
tweed cover. Channel back foam padded. Regular price $189.00
must see to believe. Only one at this low price
Sofa and Matching Chair -- $139.00
French Style biscuit back 3 cushion suite. Fruitwood legs and
trim. Beautiful green and gold damask cover. A $300.00
value going during this sale at this low price!
Sofa and Matching Chair -- $190.00
Made by Collins. Comfortable high back. Foam seats. Good
nylon tweed cover. 1 brown and 1 tan. Regular $119.95.
2 Rocker Love Seats -- each $75.00
Big plush high back, 3 cushion sofa. Early American. Pillowed
arms. Maple wood trip. Solid red tweed cover. Regular price
$299.95. Marked down drastically for this sale!
Sofa and Matching Chair--$210.00
3 Cushions. Top grade frame and beautiful green cover. This
sofa originally sold for $239.95.
Modern Kroehler Sofa ----$155.00
ROCKERS and RECLINERS. High back Italian club chair
with olive green cover. Slightly soiled. Regular $129.95.
Chairs, Chairs, Chairs each $65.00
THE RUSH |}
By International. Has floral velvet cover. Reversible "T"
cushion. Regular price $159.00.
Beautiful Club Chair --- $105.00
Olive green nylon plaid cover. Ideal for den or living
room. Regular $89.95.
Modern Style Club Chair $60.00
Big high back floral covered. Floor sample. Slightly
soiled. Regular price $89.95.
French Club Chair ------$60.00
Loosh cushions, zipper covered. Has arm caps. Nylon
cover. Regular price $129.95. CLOSE OUT!
Kroehler Club Chair ---- $75.00
1 black and 1 blue. Your Choice!
2 Small Recliner Chairs each $35.00
1 brown and 1 gold modern style long channel back. Good
nylon covers. Regular price $289.95. CLOSE OUT PRICE
Sofa and Matching Chair _-_ $169.00
Modern style. Beautiful red and green cover.
2 SWIVEL ROCKERS -choice $35.00
Complete Home Furnishings..
6-PIECE RATTAN. 3 cushion sofa, 2 matching chairs,
2 end tables and 1 cocktail table. All with plastic tops.
Regular price $329.95. All 6 pieces for this low, low price!
Living Room or Den Group -- $200.00
By Collins. Floral nylon cover. 1 brown, 1 green. Ideal
Christmas gift. YOUR CHOICE!
2 Big Reciner Chairs _-_ each $75.00
French Style. You won't believe this!
Channel Back Club Chair $40.00
Ideal for living room, bed room or den. Regular $44.50.
Buy two at this low price.
2 French Style Chairs _-_ each $30.00
Wood arm. Plastic covered. One only in stock.
Modern Style Rocker -- $29.95
Ideal for den. Sleeps 2 people.
Modern Corner Group --
Used for only 6 months. Good condition.
Sylvania Color TV ---
)MAKE YOUR HOUSE
Hundreds of Items of Good Furniture
MIRRORS -- TABLE I.AMPS PICTURES -- WALL PLAQUES
At Close Out Prices
Come In and Look At the Best Values of the Year!
In oak with plastic top table and 6 high back chairs. 7 Pieces.
Spanish Style Dining Group ------$199.00
Round plastic top table and 6 maple side chairs.
7-Piece Maple Dinette Group -- -- $159.00
Mahogany. Large china, 5 side chairs and 1 arm chair. Large family size
table. Ideal for Thanksgiving dinner. Table slightly scratched. All 8 pieces.
18th Century Dining Room Group $300.00
Double dresser, big giant size chest, full length mirror and high back
spool bed. A $450.00 value. Check this low sale price!
Solid Oak Bedroom Suite by Kroehler $300.00
Big oval pedestal table and 4 high ladder back chairs. Unfinished.
Solid Pine Dining Room Suite ----- $139.00
Early American or Modern Styling
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Record Storage Early Amer-
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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1967
Each year the drug industry invests millions of dollars in
research to support the nearly 800 million prescriptions
filled yearly by pharmacists throughout the country. This
investment results in new "wonder drugs" which let us
live our lives longer, healthier. Of the 275 million dollars
invested last ydar more than 130 million dollars went for
quality control research. Improved precision measuring
and compounding instruments were developed to make
even more certain you receive exactly what your doctor
prescribes. And the investment also went for developing
improved methods of production. As the methods of manu.
facturing improve, the price of the bulk drug decreases,
This saving is passed on to you in lower prescription prices,
The "gold pill'" of yesterday is purchased today for a nomi-
nal amount. Thus, a conscientious, developing industry
works to improve the service and quality of thd pharmaceu.
ticals you receive today and tomorrow.
For the highest pharmaceutical standards, low prices
consistent with quality and the personal attention you
can always depend upon, bring your prescriptions ti'
OUR 9 PHARMACY
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave. -Se .
Drive-In Window Service
Plenty of Free Parking
St. Joseph Historical Society Gathers
For Regular Meeting In Brown Home
The St. Joseph Historical Socie-1 The location of the new marker
ty met recently in the home of' has been decided upon and Paul
Mrs. Charles Brown. Peak, Constitution Park Ranger
will erect it.
President, Jesse Stonb reported *
that the Berlo Vending Division of A nominating committee consist-
ABC Corporation, of which Carl ing of Mrs. Ned Porter, Mrs.
Gillen is Director of Park Conces- Charles Brown and Mrs. W. H.
sions, had entered into a contract Howell, Jr., was appointed to rec-
with the State Board of Parks and commend an officer slate for the
Historic Memorials to be in charge fiscal year 1968.
of all oicessiois in the T, H, It was announced at the meeting
Stone Memorial State Park. It was that Jesse V. Stone had been. ap-
pointed' ..out that the Corporation pointed to the Supervisory Coun-
also plans to build a bunk house cl of the T. H. Stone Memorial
and,.Boat-Tel. .The. firm will also State I ark. The other members of
enter into an extensive advertis- the Council are Mrs. Robert King,
ing program promoting the park. George Tapper, Frank McDonald
Mrs. R. H. Brinson reported that and Joe Parrott. Charles Smith has
additional shrubbery had been been appointed a member of the
planted in the Old St. Joseph Cem- Advisory Council of the Constitu-
etery, and also that there was an tional Museum.
additional name to be placed on Mrs. Porter reported that work
the marker to be erected in the has not yet begun on the gazebo
cemetery. to be built in the Old Cemetery but
Lunch Room Menu
. PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY
Monday, November 20
-.-Baked beans, lunchm'eat, cabbage
slaw, spiced beets, peaches, white
bread, butter and milk.
Tuesday, November 21
:--Baked-,turkey-and- dressing, -snap
beans, cranberry and orange mar-
malade, cup of nuts and candy,
fruit cocktail cake, parker house
rolls, butter and milk.
it was scheduled to be commenced
Mrs. Brinson reported that there
remained only two unfinished
items' in the project at the ceme-
tery for this year. These are black
topping_ ,of the turn-around area
and directional signs from the mu-
seum to the Old Cemetery.-
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STARTS, 7:15 P.M.
John Wayne as The Centurion
David McCollum as Judas Escariot
Dorothy McGuire as Mary
Charleton Heston as John the Baptist
Max Von Sydow as Jesus
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, NOV. 17-18
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Come to the Apalachicola Seafood Festival Saturday,
November 18, then stay and see the show!
Shark quarterback Ricky Lovett picks up five yards around
end in Friday night's game here against Quincy. --Star photo
Fast Quincy Team Uses Speed to
'Defeat Sharks Last Friday Night, 51-7
15,000 At Seafood
Milt Shirley, Chairman of Apala-
chicola's Seafood Festival expects
15,000 visitors to enjoy their an-
nual visit to Apalachicola Saturday.
Plans to feed all the visitors at
a modest cost of 50c a plate have
been completed by chief cook An-
thony Taranto. This year the feed-
ing time will be shortened as
more lines are being added and
also another kitchen, to take care
of the crowd.
The gala Festival will provide
entertainment for the whole fam-
ily including a big parade at 10:00
a.m.; Official welcome and display
of concession booths at 11:00; din-
ner at 12; giant air show featur-
ing jets and helicopters, a blue
crab race, oyster shucking contest,
tour of homes beginning at 2:30.
A giant fireworks display will be
set off at 7:30 and the annual Sea-
food Festival grand ball at 9:00 in
the Apalachicola Armory.
The Festival activities will be
held at Battery Park.
The featured speaker of the day,
just prior to meal time will be
Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson, Comp-
troller of the State of Florida.
Keen Shootin' Eye
Sharpshooter Harry Brewton holds his trusty shooting iron and
the ham it won him at the Gulf Rifle Range last Saturday. Brewton
won the ham by shooting a string holding a bag of sand at 25 yards.
Looking at Brewton's prize are A. P. Jackson, left, and Rudy Harts-
field, Civil Defense Communications Officer of Tallahassee.
A fast, fast Quincy team used other fumbles stalled Shark drives," T e p r
their speed in every minute of the one on the Tiger 25 and one only CIF "
game last Friday to completely 15 yards from the touchdown. a
out-run the Sharks, 51-7. TO BLOUNTSTOWN
The Tigers scored twice in the The Sharks go to Blountstown
first and fourth periods, once in tomorrow night to close out a e Hll
the.. second "nd three times in the rough season against the Tigers Ll et | lits VlueM I Bour I lM
third frame. who have also had their share of e pe .
Port St. Joe's lone scorecame problems this year. FOR SALE: Home. 3 bedrooms, FOR RENT: Warehouse space and FOR HOME REPAIRS, additions or
early in the last period. The score THE YARDSTICK bath, kitchen, dining room, liv- storage. Hurlbut Furniture Co. cabinet work, call 229-2306, J.
was set up when Mike Burkett re- St. Joe Quin ing room, TV room, breezeway, en- Phone 227-4271. tfc-6-8 B. O'Brian. tfc-11-16;
covered a Quincy pass at mid-field First Downs 10 19 closed garage, 16'x32' swimming
and ran to the Tiger 32. Lovettld Rushing Yds----------109 325 pool andpatio with 6' chain link FOR RENT: Newly redecorated 3- HELP WANTED--Male or Female:
and ran to the Tiger 32. Lovett Passing Yds. 58 166 fence around it. Located on two bedroom unfurnished house. 522 Dependable person needed to.
passed to Nichols from six yards l. 58 166 ots. 137 Hunter Circle. See by ap- 3rd St. Inquire 227-8642. tfc-10-12 supply consumers in Calhoun Coun-
out for the score. Donald Capps Passes 4-13 7-12 pointment only. C. W. Long. Tel. ty or Gulf County Products. No i th awment or exper-g
ran the ball over the goal line for Punts 4 0 229-3851. tfe-11-16 FOR RENT: Reasonable. One bed- e necessary. Write Rawleigh
the extra point. Fumbles Lost 3 1 room.and private bath. .528 cor- .encenecessa empls lenn.
Ydshe extra poinPenalizedt. 32 3 FOR SALE: House on corner lot. ner of 6th treeand Woodward FLJ-100-244, Memphis, Tenn. 114
The Sharks were held to only Ys Penalized C-- onvenient to high school. Fea- Avenue. 2tp-11-9 WORK AT HOME
167 yards gained while the swift tures three bedrooms, two ceramic Need extra Christmas money?
Tigers rolled up 491 yards It was baths, hardwood floors, built-in FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Curtis Circulation Co., is looking:
others roe up eriod yarbeforet w as rdenOutines Small oven and range, dishwasher, gar- duplex apartment..: 14th Street for two ladies in this area to take
Sharkseco managed bea first down bage disposal, central gas heating, and Palm Blvd. C. G. Costin, Jr. care of new and.renewals subsrip-
Sharks managed first down. aimS Duties unit air-conditioning, chain link RENT 2 bedr-oo unfurnsh- tions to leading magazines. Full.
Three fumbles cost the Sharks Q.. fence in back. Call to see by ap- FOR house. Ne2r Port training. supplies and leas.
the ball during the first hlf. One E. C. Harn, Small Claims pointment. 229-2521. 4tc-11-16 ed School. hone 1 furnished. For ore information
menary t ,o11n write. P. 0.- Box 308, Port St. Joe,
fumble came on one of'the Tigers Court Judge for, Gulf County out- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home, lo- any, time. t fc-11-9 lorida,' 32456 4t116;
several .onside kick attempts. The lined some 'of the activities of his cated on corner lot in niceFOR RENT: One and two bedroom
office t6the Kiwanis Club Tues- utility rohboms. Phone227-3102. attractively furnished a p art-
uttlt roos P ihe 2cmtmer. warm2in -NOI N DRIVEfl IN 1 THATrR
Four Charged With
Harden said that his office is
charged with the responsibility to
Four Port St. Joe men were ap- collect past due debts of up to
prehended and charged by wildlife $50.00. All charges in connection
officers of the Game and Fresh with the collection procedure are
Water Fish Commission with tak- charged to the person owing the
ing and or possession of deer in debt
closed season on St. Vincent Is- While the Court cannot literally
land in Franklin County, ending a make a person pay a debt, it can
two-day, around-the-clock stake- take any real or personal property
out on the island, that a debtor may own and sell it
to meet the obligation. Or, the
Wildlife officers Carl Culbreth, Court can get a judgment against
Apalachicola; Lothair Chester, Te- Ione owing a debt, and that person
1io.i -AnT +.. T, airrT- 1Ar-_ su- inothnaltogtiacn
logia and Lt., Walter LarKins, sup-
ervisor, Law Enforcement Area
No. 3, Bristol, made arrests of three
of the alleged violators and seized
two deer, four guns, two skinning
knives, a butchering hatchet, a 14-
foot boat and an outboard motor
is not then able to get financing
for large purchases, such as an au-
tomobile, furniture, homes, etc.,
where a mortgage must be filed.
Harden said that his Court is
meeting with success in collecting
debts for area merchants.
Guests of the club were Key
Wildlife officers A.. W: (Willie) Clubbers and Keyettes Freddie
McDonald, Port .St. Joe; Allen Anderson, Joe Hendrix, Pam Hol-
(Pete) Legrone, Wewahitchka and land and Debbie Lay and Charlie
Jimmy Willingham, Carrabelle, al- Morris of Jacksonville.
so took part in the track-down and
apprehended the fourth nian after
a four-hour chase and manhunt on
Charged are Clarence Edward *L
Carroll, age 33; Don R. Johnson, NOTICE
27; James William Cumbie, 27; -Notice is hereby given that the
and Kennece Robinson, 29, all of City Commission of Port St. Joe,
sitting as the Board of Adjustment,
Port St. Joe .. will hold a public hearing at the
Lt. Larkins said that the four | City Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, at
men posted bonds of $200 each and 8:00 P.M., E.S.T., Tuesday, Novem-
have been released by Franklin ber 21, 1967, to determine whether
nave ee released y ran the City will authorize a deviation
County authorities.. to Zoning Ordinance No. 5 regard-
Deer seized were a doe and a ing waiver for distance criteria on
spike buck with antlers two inches rear of Lot 32, Block 1003.
long. Two of the guns seized were C. W. BROCK 2t
rifles and two were shotguns, ac- City Auditor and Clerk
cording to arresting officers.
Lt. Larkins stated that the vio- -- OUR TOP PEOPLE ARE EARNING
lators reached the island by way $125 WEEKLY IN THEIR SPARE TIME
lators reached the boat, whisland by way NATIONAL, WELL-KNOWN COMPANY is look-
of the boat, which was kept under ing for one man or woman in this area to
collect money and re-stock COMPANY ESTAB-
surveillance, and that arrests were LISHED ACCOUNTS. NO SELLING! NO AGE
not made until one deer and two LIMIT, Perfect for retired or handicapped!
not mae unTo qualify you must have car, references, be
guns had been placed aboard the a self-starter and $500 to $3500 to secure
b inventory received. This is a company who
boat. will participate with you to increase to full
.___ time after 90 days if you wish. For personal
interview write CONSUMER CORPORATION
OF AMERICA, 6162 E. MOCKINGBIRD LANE,
Beach Meeting Called DALLAS, TEX. Please include phone n'umbe'!
The Mexico Beach Town Council
has called a public meeting for
Thursday, November 16 at 7:00 pm.
The meeting will be held in the
First Methodist Church on 22nd
The meeting has been called to
discuss electrical rates. All regis-
tered voters are urged to attend.
FOR SALE: 5-room house, furnish-
ed. Very reasonable. For infor-
mation call 227-5696. tfc-9-21
FOR SALE: Lovely 3 bedroom
home on St. Joe Beach. For more
information call 229-5671 after 1:00
FOR SALE: 40 acres at Overstreet.
Road on three sides, level, heav-
ily timbered. $300 per acre. R. L.
Fortner, Mexico Beach, 648-3241. tc
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, masonry
house. Built-in oven and range,
wall to wall carpet, paneled den.
Located on corner lot with chain
link fence. Faye Hudson, 1911
Long Ave. tfc-10-12
Three bedroom, masonry house
on Garrison Avenue. $11,700.
221 Reid Ave. 10-12 Ph. 227-3491
FOR SALE or TRADE: 4 bedroom,
2 bath brick veneer home, with
air conditioning, central heat, wall
to wall carpet. On Juniper Ave.
Also, 2 bedroom block house on
9th St. Call Bob Holland, 229-5911.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Lge.
living room and kitchen. Partly
furnished. Cheap. Phone 2294571.
FOR RENT or SALE: Modern brick
building, 60'x90' on Reid Ave:
Air condition and heating system
included. Contact Pick Hollinger,
Blountstown. Terms. tfc-11-16
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
1506 Long Avenue. Call 227-5426.
John Scott. tfc-11-2
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
apartment, 510 8th Street. For
more information call Jean Arnold,
FOR RENT: Furnished, waterfront
cottages at St. Joe Beach. By
week or month. Call 227-3491 or
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom cottage at
Beach. Apply at Smith's Phar-
FOR RENT: Unfurnished small 2
bedroom house. Fenced back
yard. Call 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom mobile
home by week or month. $40.00
per month. Call 229-5671.
winter. Gas heat, -window fans.
They must be seen to be apprec-
iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK-
ING SPACE. Phone-229-2410, Wimi-
co Lodge Apartments and Trailer
Park, White City;. .. tfc-10-12
LISTINGS WANTED*.For Rentals
and Sales. St. JboeBeach, Beacon
Hill and Mexico Bich. Elizabeth
W. Thompson, Associate, Earl Tomr
Pridgeon, Broker,' Mexico Beach
Branch Office, 19th Street and
Hiway 98. Phone648-4545. tfc-4-13
FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE call
Emory Stephens. Free estimate.
Guarantee on labor and materials.
Low down payment. Phone 227-
FOR SALE: 1967 Sprite. Red. With
radio, heater, seat belts and un-
dercoat. 4,000 miles. -Warranty to
12,000 miles. Call 227-5536. tfc-9
FOR SALE: Used Spinet pianos.
Take up payments. Rent a new
piano for only $2.50 per week. All
money paid will be applied to pur-
chase. Write or Call G & H Piano,
811 Harrison Ave., Panama City.
Phone 763-6753. tfc-6-1
FOR SALE: 1962 International
Scout 4-wheel drive and 14 foot
fiberglass boat, 18. hp. Evinrude
motor, E-zy trailer. Will sell separ-
ately or together. Phone 227-4261
or 648-4600. tfc-10-26
FOR SALE: Green English racer.
3 speed, hand brakes, 1 extra
tire. Call 229-4881.
ARTHRITIS, rheumatism sufferers,
try Alpha Tablets. Relief lasts
for hours. Only $2.49. Campbell
WANTED: Piano students. Bob
Antley, music major, will teach
piano on Saturdays. For informa-
tion phone 229-1130. tfc-11-16
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
-- CALL -
Comforter Funeral Home
Friday and Saturday
Nov. 17 and 18
Best and Biggest Religious
movie ever made
"THE GREATEST STORY
with John Wayne, Charlton
Heston and Max Von Sydow'
Big Thanksgiving Show
"YOUR CHEATING HEART"
and Elvis in
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A.
bDiet Tablets. ONLY 98c at Camp-
bell Drug. 10tp-9-21
FOR SALE: 1963 Harley Davidson
Sprint, 250 cc. Good condition.
Phone 227-3621. tfc-8-24
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair-
ed, reblueing, reloading supplies.-
Guns bought, sold and traded. Call
Jack L. Myers, 648-3961, St. Joe
Junk guns bought for parts.
Call or see
L. C. "Red" CARTER
Ph. 648-4045 St. Joe Beach
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-
ii-g second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular coinm-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 1ll, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
T. J. ADKINS, W.M.
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