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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTIETH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967 NUMBER 28
Sunrise Worship Services Are
Set for Sunday At 6:30 A.M.
The Gulf County Ministerial
Alliance will sponsor their an-
nual Easter Sunrise Services in
the Port St. Joe High School
football stadium Sunday morn-
In case of inclement weather,
the services will be held in the
High School Auditorium.
The special services, will be-
gin at 6:30 a.m. with the congre-
gation singing, "'Christ Arose".
Speaker for the services this
year will be Rev. Clayton Wil-
kinson, pastor of the Oak Grove'
,Assembly of God Church. His
sermon topic will be "Deliver-
ance Through Christ".
Also appearing on the program
will be Mrs. Martha Blackwell
Ward, Dewitt Dalton, both of
whom will lead the musical part
of the program, Rev. J. D. Jami-
son, pastor of the ,White City
Baptist Church; Rev. 0. M. Sell,
pastor of the First Methodist
Church; Rev. J. A. Blackwell,'
NEW 1967 AUTO TAGS WILL GO
ON SALE SATURDAY, APRIL 1st
; New 1967 Florida automobile tags will go on sale
; Saturday, April 1, according to Gulf County Tax
Collector, Harland 0. Pridgeon.
Tags for 1967 will be black and white in color
and will follow the custom of the last few years of
being good for a 13 month period. This program
was initiated a few years ago to gradually move the
tag due date to July, 1 of each year. The expiration
date is moved back tone month each year, until the
July 1 date is reach d. .
Tags will be available in Gulf County at the
office of the Tax collector in Wewahitchka or at
the office of Frank Hannon here in Port St. Joe.
Tags may be secured in just a few minutes if you
bring your' old tag receipt or; your .present tag
number when making your purchase. If you do
not have the receipt or tag number, you are liable
to have a few minutes delay.
State Tag Inspector, E. Tom Pridgeon, Sr., not-
ed that this year, tags must be purchased for mobile
homes which\ are parked on rented property. Mobile
homes parked on the owners property are considered
a "home" and subject to homestead exemption and
real estate taxestate t On rented property, they are con-
sidered "transient" and must have a tag.
All new tags will be good through June 20, 1968.
Tags will be on sale through May 20.
How's This for Service?
You can't get much. more effi-
cient than the Port St. Joe Po-
lice Department was last week.
Patrolman Allen Ray (Barney)
Watson and Highway Patrol
Trooper R. W. Hilton recovered
a stolen auto even before the
owner knew that it had been
Watson and Hilton picked up
Wilhelm Adam Friday night for
driving under the influence. Un-
'on questioning Adam, it was
pastor of the Church of the Naz-
arene; Rev. Ellis Myers, pastor
of the United Pentecostal Church
of'Highland View and Rev. Rob-
ert Cary., pastor of the Church of
G6d, Highland View.
:-,,The program was arranged by
S'Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor of
:the; First Baptist Church, Rev.
J, A. Blackwell and Rev. 0. M.
The services are interdenomi-
national and everyone is urged
di invited to attend.
Hen Lays Eggs
Now, here's a timely story.
During this season of coloring
Easter eggs, we have a chicken
here on St. Joe Beach that lays
eggs already colored!
A chicken, owned by Edward
Smith of St. Joe Beach lays eggs
that are light green.
One egg a day light green.
The hen is in a pen with 26
other hens. All get the same
feed and everything else equal,
but this odd-ball chicken lays
green eggs while the others lay
Parrott Helps Plan National JC Program
Joe. Parrott, National Director, Florida Jaycees of Port St. Joe
(standing)l is shown here with Bill Suttl#, U. S. Jaycee President
(left) and Vice President Deryl Schuster (right) as they plot pro-
gramming strategy for the 1967-68 year during the annual U. S.
Jaycee board of directors meeting in Tulsa, Oklahoma last week.
Michigan Chemical Cuts Back Local
Operations Due to Slow Order Situation
Michigan Chemical Corporation's
plant here in Port St. Joe partially
curtailed their operations Monday
due to a slack order situation for
theirk'nain product, periclase, ac-
cording, to plant manager, Bob
The periclase material is used
mainly in refractory materials used
inlithesteel industry. A slow-down
in sales of these refractories meant
Ward Ridge City Hall Gets Award
The new Ward Ridge City Hall
was the recipient of a brand new '-
Florida Power Corporation award
here Monday afternoon. The award, P- -
"All Electric Building Award" is
a program sponsored by Edison
Electric Institute and recently
adopted by the local utility.
To receive the award a new or
remodeled commercial building .
must be total electric; have quali- -
fying lighting levels; proper and -
adequate comfort conditioning; --
electric water heating and electric
cooking equipment. ---
The award was presented to
Ward Ridge Mayor, John Rich
Monday while the town's founder
George G. Tapper looked on. The
plaque was presented by Bill
Spikes, Florida Power's service di- -
The new Ward Ridge City Hall ._
exemplifies unique design. Most of
the walls are colored glass or fib- _
erglass panels. Permanence is the
key word here, with all exposed -
area made of durable synthetic -_
materials. Each office is separate- -
ly heated and cooled by a newly -
designed combination unit and -
mounted to blend with the exposed -
walls. Lighting levels are above -- -
average to increase efficiency of
office personnel. Ward Ridge Mayor John Rich shows an "All-Electric Building
Architect for the building was Award" made to the Ward Ridge City Hall on Monday of this week
EI. R. Odom and the builder was by the Florida Power Corporation. AF left is local FPC manager,
EH. E. Goodman, both of Port St. Lloyd Pope. To Rich's right are George:'G. Tapper, founder of
Yoe. Ward Ridge and Bill Spikes, FPC representative. -Star photo
a slow-down in orders from Michi-
gan. Freeman said that the slow-
down would probably last about
During the slow-down the local
plant is utilizing the time to do
some needed maintenance. But, it
has been necessary to temporarily
lay off some men, and, according
to Freeman, probably up to 20
men will be temporarily laid off
during the 30 day period.
Freeman said that the refractory
market usually gets strong about
the middle of the year. He said
the market has been softening
since last fall, but the local plant
is just now being hit hard enough
to cut back some operations tem-
Dixie Youth League
The Dixie Youth Baseball or-
ganization met last week to name
new officers for the coming sea-
son, which begins on April 10.
Serving as officers for the new
season will be, Merrill Sherill,
president; Walter L. Brown, vice.
president; Theo Johnson, player
agent; Joe Parrott, treasurer and
Jimmy Harrison, purchasing agent.
Below are some important dates
to be remembered of Dixie Youth
events prior to the opening day
of game play:
March 27, Try outs start. A boy
must make two of the try outs to
be considered for a team.
March 31, player selection by
April 1, 4:00 p.m., annual chi-
cken. barbecue at the Dixie Youth
ball park. Everyone is invited to
eat barbecue and observe the play-
er awards for last year's program. t
April 3, first day of practice ,
April 10, first game of 1967.
100 New Parking Meters
Installed On Reid Avenue
Workmen for the Rochester Manufacturing Company were in Port St. Joe early this
week, installing 100 new parking meters in the downtown section. The new meters are
the automatic variety and allow for two hours of parking. They are replacing a
like number of the old one-hour meters, many of which were worn out.
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The new, working meters, are
being installed to better control
parking on Reid Avenue by dis-
couraging all day parking on the
street, yet providing ample time to
do necessary shopping without
worry of the old one hour time lim-
it meters causing people to be
parked overtime. The City has
employed J. F. Davis, recently re-
tired from the St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, to police the meters and
keep them in working order.
The question of what to do
about the old, worn-out meters
came up two months ago with both
the City Commission and the Re-
tail Merchant's Division entering
into the decision which was finally
made. Both groups felt that tak-
ing out the meters, while desirable,
would work more of a hardship
on the parking public than new,
working meters would. The lack
of meters would encourage lengthy
parking which would make limited
parking spaces unavailable to those
who desired to park on the street
while they shop.
Both the merchants and the City
Commission felt that the meters
were a "necessary evil" to alleviate
a parking problem which existed
until meters were installed about
10 years ago.
;The new meters are now install-
ed and working and the meter of-
ficer, J. F. Davis is patrolling them
School Board Has
The Gulf County School Board
held a special meeting yesterday
afternoon pertaining to deposit of
moneys in the two Gulf County
banks the Wewahitchka State
Bank, the Board's depository and
the Florida First National Bank in
Port St. Joe, which is asking for
some of the deposits.
At the beginning of the fiscal
year the Board named the Wewa-
hitchka State Bank as its deposi-
tory and deposited all of its money,
including money derived from a
$2% million bond issue.
The Florida First National has
asked for a "pro-rata share" of
the deposits "as defined in the
At present the money from the
bond issue is deposited in the-We-
wahitchka Bank drawing four per-
cent interest. The question was
raised at the last School Board
meeting as to whether the money
was "on deposit" or "invested"
since it was drawing interest.
Hearing Scheduled On
'Indian Pass Dredging
Col. R. C. Marshall, District En-
gineer, Corps of Engineers with
offices in Mobile, Ala., announced
this week that a hearing will be
held in Apalachicola on Wednes.
day, April 12 of interest to this
The hearing will concern the
construction of a navigable channel
from Apalachicola Bay to the
Gulf of Mexico through Indian
This project has been approved
by both the House and Senate sub-
ject to results from the public
The meeting will be held in the
courtroom of the Franklin County
Courthouse at 2:00 p.m., on April s
All interested parties are invited j
to be present by the Corps of En. d
Spending Holidays Here v
Jerome Barnes, student at Sou- S
then Tech, Marietta, Ga., is S
spending the Easter holidays with I
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I
learned that he was from Mittel-
wese, Bad Neundorf, Germany
and was off a ship docked at the
St. Joe Paper Company docks.
The officers then -surmised
that Adam had "borrowed" the
1960 sedan he was driving.
Sure enough, about 15 minutes
later, Frank Clemons of Port St.
Joe, called the police station
to report his 1960 sedan stolen.
You don't get much better ser-
vice than that, any more.
New parking meters were installed on Reid Avenue on Mon-
day of this week. Pictured above, looking over one of the newly-
installed meters are Chief of Police H. W. Griffin, meter officer,
J. F. Davis and Guy Waldeck of Rockwell Manufacturing Co.
Gulf Voters Have 2-Party Selection
For Every Office On Tuesday's Ballot
Last Week of
Star's Who's Who
This is the last week of The
Star's Who's Who mystery contest
which has been running each week
for the past eight weeks.
In this week's issue you will find
the last pair of silhouettes of local
'merchants to identify and pick up
a $5.00 gift certificate by identify-
ing them in their place of business
on Tuesday morning of next week.
This is also the last week to
register for the $70.00 in free
merchandise to be given away
Tuesday in conjunction with the
To become eligible for the free
merchandise, just register between
now and Tuesday in any of the
businesses advertising on the spe-
cial Who's Who mystery contest
page. There is nothing to buy and
no jingles to write. Just register.
Again, we remind you, that this
is the last week, so register today
and every day between now and
Tuesday in every participating
business house. Look for the iden-
ifying signs on the door.
Dry Weather Cause of
Several Grass Fires
Rains Tuesday morning put a I
top to a number of grass fires I
vhich have plagued the Port St.
Joe Volunteer Fire Department
luring the last two weeks.
The Fire Department was called ]
out to four fires during, the past ]
week-all grass fires.
Sunday afternoon, the Forestry ]
Service was called on by the Port
St. Joe volunteers to put out a
brush blaze in the woods East of
Holly Hill Cemetery that could not
ie reached by city equipment. l
Gulf County voters will go to
the polls Tuesday of next week
to cast theri ballots in the spe-
cial general election. On the bal-
lot will be the offices of two
Representatives and one Sena-
tor to serve Gulf County during
the coming session of the Legis-
Probably for the first time in
Gulf County history, all Demo-
cratic nominees have Republi.
Candidates appearing on the
ballot include Democrat L. P.
"Pete" Gibson opposed by Re-
publican John H. "Jack" Espen-
ship for the office of Senator.
Seeking election as Represen-
tative will be Democrat John
Robert Middlemas and Republi-
can Joseph P. LeSuer in the
Eighth District and Democrat
Ben C. Williams and Republican
Herbert H. "Herb" Hinson in the
Polling places in Gulf County
will be the same as in the Dem-
Mrs. Brodnax Dies
Mrs. G. W. Brodnax, a long-time
resident of Port St. Joe, passed
away suddenly yesterday afternoon
after suffering a stroke at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. John
Vandenberg in Panama City. Mrs.
Brodnax passed away in the Bay
Memorial Hospital where she was
taken following the attack.
She is survived by her husband,
G. W. Brodnax of this city; three
daughters, Mrs. Chester Suggs of
Parker, Mrs. John Vandenberg of
Panama City and Mrs. Nell Smith
of Port St. Joe; one son, Kenneth
Brodnax of Lynn Haven and 10
Funeral arrangements were in-
complete at press time yesterday
afternoon and will be announced
ater by Comforter Funeral Home.
PAGE N WO THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
More than 380,000 people fly in airplanes in the United
States every day.
That's like taking the entire population of Louisville,
Kentucky for an airplane trip.
Three hundred eighty thousand people a day is an aver-
age of 200 per minute, day and night. More than three per
Of course, it is nottthat methodical. There are peak
times, peak days. But add up the more than 63 million
passengers -the scheduled airlines carry every year and the
equal number or more who travel in general aviation air-
planes (private, corporation, etc.) and the total is well
over 120 million. It is equal to nearly two-thirds of the
total United States population.
And not a one of these people will ever spend a
dime, build a home, vacation, or choose this area for an
industrial site, because Gulf County and Port St. Joe
doesn't have an airport on which to land their airplanes.
Flying is a way of travel for literally millions of peo-
ple. Arid, the number is growing rapidly.
No community can afford to ignore this sizeable block
of people who travel by air. No community can afford to
close its gates to the tremendous volume of people and
business who use the airplane as a natural and efficient'
transportation and communication vehicle.
This is particularly true as general aviation grows.
-which follows the first full moon after the equinox. Ac-
cording to early Christian church traditions, the Sunday on
which the resurrected Jesus of Nazareth appeared among
His disciples as a living man must follow upon a full moon.
It is also prescribed that the full moon must follow the
equinox. So it happens that the lapse of time between the
equinox and Easter ,Sunday, when the resurrection of Jesus
in the flesh is celebrated, may be considerably more than
This year, the lapse of time between what was once a
heathen holiday and the celebration of the resurrection of
Jesus will be relatively short. The equinox comes on Tues-
day, the 21st. Then there is a full moon on Saturday, the
25th. So the very next day is what might be called "Resur-
rection Sunday," but which we persist in calling "Easter
Of all the stories between the covers of the Bible, none
is so dramatic as that told in the Gospels according to Mat-
thew, Luke and John. When Jesus appeared among His
disciples, who thought He died on the cross, He asked them
to touch His wounds. The disciples had been dining when
He arrived, and with them He ate broiled fish and honey-
comb. He walked with them in the open. Then He faced
about, raised His arms and blessed them. Without more
ado, He then ascended into Heaven.
Read the Gospel accounts of the amazing scenes be-
fore you go to church on Easter Sunday.and, when you ar-
rive, you will know why you are there.
Midget Investments That Yield
'A lley Giant Returns!
WHEREAS, the general health
and welfare of our citizens de-
pend upon wholesome surround-
ings arising from good clean
living conditions, and
WHEREAS, the lives and pro-
perty of our people are endang-
ered by fire and accidents caus-
ed by littered and cluttered con-
ditions in homes, factories, pla-
ces of public assembly, alleys
and -streets, and,
WHEREAS, a clean and beau-
tiful community is a proud and
prosperous one, and,
WHEREAS, unity of effort is
required for future development
of our community;
THEREFORE, I, FRANK
PATE, Mayor of the City of
Port St. Joe, do hereby designate
April 2 through 9, inclusive, as
Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up Week
and most respectfully call upon
all departments of this City, its
commercial organizations, civic
clubs, schools, churches, boys'
and girls' clubs and all other
associations and our people in
general to take an active part
in this constructive program of
community improvement to in-
sure its success.
This the 15th day of March,
FRANK PATE, Mayor
City of Port St. Joe
'C. W. BROCK,
City Auditor and Clerk
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
In the editorial column this week, we talked a little bit about
the equinox and Resurrection Sunday.
The equinox not only heralds the coming of the Resurrection
Sunday, it also means that we are one year older. What a way for
my parents to greet the Spring several years ago they had me!
On Monday, we were 39 for the second year in a row.
And the sad thing about it is we were reminded of the fact.
It had completely slipped otr mind until about 6:30 Monday after-
noon when we were setting the type telling about Walter Dodson
and Dick McIntosh and their wives going to the Banker's Convention
in Orlando. When we ran across the dates in the story, there was
the reminder. And it made us feel so tired, we quit and went home.
The teachers met in Jacksonville over the week end and be-
gan raising sand for more money. They need it.
According to newspaper reports, the teachers are asking for a
starting salary of $6,000 a year.
We agree with the teachers that Florida should be number one
in education. We don't agree with about the necessary price tag
in education. We question the publicized necessary price tag
Floyd Christian, state superintendent of public education, goes
all the way with his teachers. Christian sees the need for some
constructive improvements in the educational system. Most every-
one sees the need yes, even the necessity.
It pains us that the teachers of the State of Florida should be
reduced to suggesting "sanctions" and such to receive an adequate
financial program for the education of our children.
But we can't deny that the complacency of the citizens of this
state are, in some measure, responsible for this state of events.
In Sunday School assembly at the Long Avenue Baptist Church
Sunday morning, Superintendent Harry Ford said that we could
encourage more faithful attendance from our members with little
acts, such as visits, telephone calls, BIRTHDAY CARDS, and such.
The week before, we had sent George- McLawhon a birthday
card and George became "incensed" because he was reminded
that he was a year older. We told Mr. Ford of this danger.
Already personal and business airplanes outnumber air-
liners more than forty to one; more than four to one in fter
the total hours flown; more than two to one in the number
of miles flown; more than fifteen to one in the number
of airports served. General aviation is a big feeder of GULF COUNTY MENS LEAGUE
passengers to the airlines. Because general aviation is Standings remained pretty much
flexible it extends to any town with an airport the conven- the same Monday night as on
ience, the speed, the efficiency of air travel. Together, Lanes 1 and 2 Vitro Villians took
scheduled airlines and general aviation form a complete 3 from Jr. Food Store. Everett
air transportation system. A community of any size con- McFarland was high for the Vil
nects with this transportation system merely by having the Jr. Fans with a 455 Joel Barbee le
an airport. Jr Food tore wth a 465
With the advent of the opening of St. Joseph Penin-
sula State Park this summer, this area enters the realm
of an economy supported by industry, sportsmen and
now, more than ever, tourism. All of these people like
to travel by air. Without an airport, they will not come
Gulf County has long been advertised as an industrial
county. Farming, or agriculture just isn't our long suit.
Tourism has been and still is a factor, but it hasn't been
the backbone of our economy. But we are branching out.
We need to branch out with our' transportation facilities
also, to meet the rapid changes in transportation taking
place in our nation. Railroad travel is giving way to air
travel; bus travel is giving way to air travel; automobile
travel encourages air travel with our crowded highways.
The future is definitely to air travel. We in Port St. Joe
and Gulf County like to say that we are looking to the
future, but we can't very well do it without an airport.
In many parts of the United States this has been a
rough, tough winter. Millions of our citizens will be glad
to accept any promise of relief from the hardship which the
weather prophets may hold out for us. Some such hope is
to be found in the almanac's assurance that at 3:47 A.M.
on March 21, the sun crossed the equinox and winter ended.
Although we have kept alive the nafne, Easter, many
may not know that the equinox, or the first day of Spring,
was held sacred by our heathen ancestors who honored the
goddess Easter, patroness of fertility and fecundity.
Strangely enough, we continue to make displays of rabbits
and eggs, which were once symbols of Easter's interest in
fecundity, without paying any kind of deference to the
Today, Easter Sunday describes a Christian festival
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 808 PHONE 227-8161
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
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IN COUNTY QNE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MOS., $1.75 THREE MOS., $127.50
FOREIGN: ONE YEAR, $3.75 SIX MOS. $2,25 THREE MOS. $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
dS.ot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
vinces. The spoken word is Isht; the printed word remains.
Oh Lanes 3 and 4 Glidden took
3 from St. Joe Lanes as Rankin
Morris led the way with 523. M. F.
Kersher led St. Joe Lanes with
Lanes 5 and 6 saw 13-Mile take
4 from Standard Oil. Wayne Ward
had a good night as he rolled a
574 series and games of 204 and
214. Don Kinard led Standard Oil
with a 397.
On Lanes 7 and 8 Copper Chev.
took all 4 from Vitro Launchers.
R. B. Richardson led Coopers with
a 531, Winton Ferrell added a 507.
Gary Manz led the Launchers with
STANDINGS W L
Glidden -70 30
13-Mile Oyster Co. .-- 69/2 34
Cooper Chevrolet 59 45
Jr. Food Store --------56 48
Vitro Launchers ------ 49% 50%
Vitro Villians ----------48 52
St. Joe Lanes ----------47 57
Standard Oil 9 91
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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967 PAGE THREE
Local Bankers Attend
Meeting In Orlando
ORLANDO More than 1200
Florida bankers, wives and guests
will meet at the Diplomat Resort
and Country ,Club, Hollywood-by-
the-Sea on March 18-22 for the 73rd
Annual Convention of the Florida
Attending t h e Convention
from Port St. Joe are Mr. and
Mrs. Walter C. Dodson and Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Mclntosh.
The first business session on
Monday, March 20, included ad-
dresses by Roy 0. Disney, Presi-
dent,. Walt Disney Productions,
Burbank, California' and Claude
R. Kirk, Jr., Governor, State of
Florida, Tallahassee. On Tuesday
the bankers heard Fred 0. Dick-
inson, Commissioner of Banking,
State of Florida, Tallahassee, and
Howard Laeri, Vice President
American Bankers Association and
Vice Chairman First National City
Bank, New York.
The Florida Bankers Associa-
tion, headquartered in Orlando,
represents all of the state's 448
full-service banks in the state. The
state-wide Association is frequently
referred to as the voice of Florida
Pvt. John E. 'Ray
Completes Army Course
l'T. JACKSON, S. C. (AHTNC)-
Army Private John E. Ray, 22,
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray, 111
Duval St., Port St. Joe, completed
a wire course at Ft. Jackson, S.
C., March 10.A
During the eight-week course,
he was rained to maintain and op-
crate field telephones and switch-
on Labor and
I II RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL
Jesse Stone Offers Appreciation for
Cooperation In Park Inspection Trip
Statement by Jesse V. Stone, ation on the part of many
Chairman of St. Joseph Peninsu- was necessary. On behalf
la Park Committee, and chairman people of this area, I would
of Park and Recreation Commit- say thanks to all those who
tee, Port St. Joe-Gulf County cipated.
Chamber of Commerce.
"Especially would I li
"I feel that the tour of the St. thank Senator Pete Gibson,
Joseph Peninsula State Park by sentative John Robert Mid(
the Gulf County Legislative dele- and Representative Ben C
gation on Monday, March 10, was liams for taking out the time
100% successful in promoting the very busy schedules to mak
development of St. Joseph Penin- tour, for it is upon the sho
sula State Park. In order to accom- of these men that the bulk
plish this, hard work and cooper- ponsibility lies in securin
$G89,500 appropriation for devel-
opment of this area.
"Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Carr for providing a cool,
people comfortable, and beautiful meeting
people area in their new home for the
like to press conference following the
parti. tour. The gracious host also sup-
p plied cool refreshments for the
many dry throats present.
Some Medicare Payments Are Delayed
Due to Improper Completion of Forms
Blue Shield of Florida handles
almost all claims from this area
for repayment under medicare
doctor bill insurance. John V. Ca-
rey, District Manager of the Pan-
ama City Social Security Office,
has been receiving periodic reports
from Blue Shield regarding some
of the things wrong with the claims
Carey advised this week that
payment of many claims is being
slowed up because medicare iden-
tification numbers are not shown
on the request for payment form.
This has been most frequent on
claims submitted, by beneficiaries.
',Even though the number may
seem like a very simple item, it is
very important to the medicare
carrier," Carey said. "Without the
medicare identification number, it
is very difficult for the carrier to
find out if you are actually signed
up for doctor bill insurance or if
you have met your $50 deductible
for the year."
Beneficiaries are advised to be
sure they copy their number from
their red, white, and blue medicare
card in the blank at the upper
right-hand corner of the request
for payment form before sending
it to Blue Shield. While the mis-
sing medicare identification num-
ber has been noted as one of the
most frequent errors on the claims
forms, signatures, addresses and
other items have also been report-
ed missing from some forms.
"There are a couple of important
things for beneficiaries who pay
their doctor bills and send in their
own request for' payment forms to
remember," Carey said. "Be care-
ful to fill in all blanks on the top
half of the form and be sure to
either have your doctor complete
the bottom part of the form or en-
close his itemized receipted bill."
Carey reminded beneficiaries
that he was talking only about
doctor bill claims where the "pay-
ment to the patient" method was
used. Under the "assignment" or
"payment to the doctor" method,
the doctor sends the bill to the
medicare carrier and bills the pa-
tient only for the part not covered
"We are inviting medicare bene-
ficiaries who are making a doctor
bill cairn for the first time to
bring their request for payment
forms into our office and let us
check them," Carey said.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, Florida.
The telephone number is 763-5331.
The office is open Monday thru
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
"Special thanks to the following
for providing and/or driving Jeeps
which made the tour possible.
Frank Griffin, Mayor Frank Pate,
E. F. Gunn, Bill Carr, Claude Wil-
loughby, Chief Flanders and the
U. S. Coast Guard, Cecil Curry,
Knapp Smith, Jimmie Cox, Harry
Murphy, David C. Gaskin, George
Sowell, Bob McKiernan, Jim Coop-
er and Pete Harrell.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAFF
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
C. Byron Smith, Pastor
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
EVENING WORSHIP 5:30
TRAINING UNION 6:45
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( .... 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ..
FLAMELESSI /HEATS WATER
We'll give our customers who switch from flame-type water heating'
to any electric water heater between Feb. 1 and March 31 --
an installation allowance of $25. Ask a contractor about it.'
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This includes all $2.99 and $3.99
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the fine shoes in BOYLES Shoe
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Start At ......
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EASTER SUIT SALE
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The most in quality and
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So dainty, many never irons. Suits, two-piece, delicately lace
trimmed. Bouffants. New styles for the Fashion Conscious!
Pretty enough for Easter Every One a real Value .
Junior, Missy and Half Sizes Regularly Sell for $6.99 to
$10.99 OTHER STYLES, $8.99 to $19.99.
GIRL'S EASTER SHOES
Assorted pink, blue, black, beige patents Many sold for
$6.00 and more None for less than $2.99 See them to
BOY'S DRESS OXFORDS & LOAFERS
$2.99 and $3.99
Sizes Small Boys, 5V2 to 12 and 12/2 to 3. BOYLES is head-
quarters for Poll Parrott, Rand and Randcraft Shoes for boys
and girls. We specialize in fitting.
PRICES START AT $6.99
REGISTER HERE FOR "POT OF GOLD"
Sizes 8 through 12
A TERRIFIC VALUE
SIZES 2 THRU 7
$7.99 and $8.99
Sizes 14 thru 18 slightly more.
2 for $5.00
Reg. 2.99. A regular fine qual-
ity, never iron oxford cloth or
broadcloth. Sizes 8 through 18.
SIZES 2 THRU 7
$1.99 and $2.49
$2.99 to $4.99
Sizes 2 thru 18. New fashion
colors and "Ivy styling". Man
tailoring and details to please
for Miss or Mrs.
$2.99 to $8.99
Pastel or White
from $1.00 pr.
is old hat
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. 0. MICHAEL SELL, Minister
Church School 9:45 A-M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
A-1 FENCE COMPANY
1308 McClellan Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
Low. Down Payment Low Monthly Payments
DE PA RTM 7EN T STO R E
rHE STAR, Port 3t. Joe, Fla.
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967
place of residence and post of-
fice address is Gary Training
Ll V Center, D-5-281, San Marcos,
al Texas 78666.
On or before the 24th day of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, April, A. D., 1967, the defendants,
FOURTEENTH JU DICIAL James W. Bailey, r., and Jimmy
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Lee Pounsel, a minor, are requir-
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ed to serve upon Hon. Cecil G.
GULF COUNTY. Costin, Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney,
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS & whose address is 221 Reid Avenue
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PORT Port St. Joe, Florida, a copy of and
ST. JOE, a corporation, file with the Clerk of said Court
Plaintiff, the original of an Answer to the
vs. Complaint filed against them here-
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE in to foreclose a certain mortgage
E. L. FLEMING, as Guardian of on the following described proper-
the property of Jimmy Lee Poun- t ty, to-wit:
sel, a minor; VERNELL POUN- Lot Fourteen (14) in Block
SEL BAILEY and husband, One Thousand Sixteen (1016)
JAMES BAILEY, JR., of Unit No. 2 of Millview Addi-
Defendants. tion to the City of Port St. Joe,
NOTICE Florida, according'to the offi-
TO: JAMES BAILEY, JR., whose cial plat thereof in the office
place of residence and post of- of the Clerk of Circuit Court
fice address is 226 Juniata Street of Gulf County, Florida, filed
Freemonsburg, Pennsylvania and in plat book 1, at page 47.
to JIMMY LEE POUNSEL, whose If you fail to do so, judgment by
NYLON CORD TIRES
Sale priced at-
600x13 $1.38 Ex. Tax
For the (size & type)
plus $---- Federal excise tax
and your old tire.
default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Florida, this 22nd day of March,
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk, Circuit Court 4t
Gulf County, Florida 3-23
INVITATION TO BID
Bid No. 43
Sealed bids will be received by
the City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida at its reg-
ular place of meeting in the Mu-
nicipal Building in Port St. Joe,
Florida until 12:00 Noon EST on
March 28, 1967 for the following
described mowing machine:
24" Rotary Mower Blade, one
piece tempered alloy steel with
long' cutting edge for maximum
mulching effect; cutting height
from %/" to 3%2". Heavy duty
tube strip and sheet steel frame;
20" heavy duty bicycle type rear
wheels; front wheels 6x1.75; 7
hp. Wisconsin engine.
Bid opening will be at 8:00 P.M.
March 28, 1967.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
C. W. BROCK 3t
3-2 City Auditor and Clerk
INVITATION TO BID
Bid No. 44
Sealed Bids will be received by
the City Commission of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida at its regular
place of meeting in the Municipal
Building in Port St. Joe, Florida
until 12:00 Noon EST on March
28, 1967'for the following describ-
ed Fire Hose:
800 Feet-2% inch, double
jacket, dacron fibre, (dacron fil-
ler) rubber lined, 400 lb. test,
with National Standard Hose
threads, rocker lug couplings at-
tached and all gaskets therefore,
fire hose wax and gum treated.
400 Feet-1% inch, double ja-
cket, dacron fibre, (dacron fil-
ler) rubber lined, 400 lb. test,
with National Standard Hose
threads, rocker lug couplings
attached and all gaskets there-
for, fire hose wax and gum treat-
I Ten (10) year guarantee re-
quired on both hoses.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any and/or all
C. W. BROCK 3t
3-2 City Auditor and Clerk
WHAT FORM I ..
when you wear an
OTC abdominal belt
Two Boys Kill
Large Rattle Snake
Donnie Sheffield and Eddie
Johnson were guests of friends
last Saturday on St. Vincent's
Island when they dame across
the five foot long -rattler that
Donnie is holding above. The
snake had eight rattles and a
button. -Star photo
Seaman Leon C. Dees
Completes 'Med' Cruise
USS SPRINGFIELD (FHTNC)-
Machinery Repairman Third Class
Leon C. Dees, USN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Dees of 201 Duval St.,
Port St. Joe, arrived in Boston,
Mass., aboard the guided missile
light cruiser Springfield which re-
turned from three years in the
While in the "Med", the Spring-
field served as flagship for the
Commander, U. S. Sixth Fleet.
She has entered the Boston Naval
Shipyards for a period of over-
haul and modification.
George H. Kelley
USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
(FHTNC)-Fireman George H. Kel-
ley, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lo-
ren S. Kelley of 113 Third Ave.,
Port St. Joe, has returned to May-
port, from combat duty off the
coast of North Vietnam, aboard the
attack aircraft carrier Franklin D.
As a member of the FDR, he as-
sisted in the launching of over
7,000 combat and combat support
missions against North Vietnamese
military combat targets.
The carrier, named for the 32nd
President of the United States, tra-
velled over 94,000 miles since
leaving Mayport in June of 1966.
That distance is equal to approxi-
mately four trips around the world,
following the line of the equator.
During her deployment with the
Seventh Fleet, the FDR also visited
the ports of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;
Subic Bay, Philippines; Yokosuka,
Japan; and the British Crown Col-
ony of Hong Kong.
- NOTICE -
All City Real and Personal Property
Taxes become delinquent April 1,
1967. Persons owing such taxes
are urged to pay same before that
date in order to avoid penalty
CITY of PORT ST. JOE
CITY TAX COLLECTOR
3 sl --------- -~U
Get our deal today
(Gulf Service Station
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON
Port St. Joe, Florida
John Robert Middlemas
House of Representatives
Bay, Gulf and Calhoun Counties
on March 28, 1967
"I was elected to this seat in 1966. I
need the support of hte people of Gulf Coun-
ty again." 4t
ra~aaar~ P --~-- I II ----Y~--L-- I I
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967 PAGE FIVE
FIRESIDE SWEETIE 13 OZ. BOXES
CHOC, DEVIL FOOD, COCONUT, BANANA
PIES _-_ 3 boxes 99c
SUNSHINE WHOLE PICKLED
28 OUNCE JARS
PEACHES jar 39c
20 OUNCE BOTTLE
12 OUNCE CANS
DEL MONTE SLICED
NO. 1 FLAT CAN
3 for 99c
2 for 99c
5 for 99c
7/2 Oz. Cello Bag Brach's
HIDE AN'D SEEK EGGS
11 Oz. Bag Brach's
MEDIUM MARSHMALLOW 'EGGS
10!/2 Oz. Bag Brach's
SMALL MARSHMALLOW EGGS
10 Oz. Bag Brach's
CHICKS AND RABBITS
12 OZ. BOX
10 OZ. CRTN.
1 LB. CELLO or CRTN.
FIG NEWTON CAKES
NABISCO SNACK MATE
4% OZ. 59
Squirt Can 1
Lucky Gold Pure Orange-Qt.
JUICE 4 qt. jars 99c
SAUCE ------25 oz. 37c
Dream Whip Toping-4 Oz.
MIX 2 for 89c
PET MIL K :N 12c
-- DISCOUNT SPECIAL --
ASSORTED FLAVORS TOPP CANNED
12 OZ. $1.00
15 CANS 100
NO DEPOSIT! NO RETURN!
PENNEBAKER SEAMLESS NYLON
2 FOR $1.00
SLIPPERS ----- ---- pair 77c
2 REG. 49c
Limit 2 With $7.50 Order
BROOM or MOP
AT PIGGLY WIGGLY
4 OZ. BOTTLE
- DISCOUNT SPECIAL --
CHASE and SANBORN
Limit 1 With $7.50 Order
Morton's Delicious Frozen
Chocolate, Lemon, Strawberry
Banana, Coconut or Neopolitan
Bluebird Frozen ORANGE-12 Oz.
JUICE 3 cans 89c
"The Real Thing from Florida"
-- DISCOUNT SPECIAL --
Fla. Grade 'A' Fresh Large
DOZ. IN 39
Baker's Angel Flake-3 Oz. Cans
COCONUT -- 2 cans 49c
Alcoa Heavy Duty-18"x25' Rolls
ALUM. FOIL -----2 rolls 99c
Jack and Beanstalk Cut-303 Cans
GREEN BEANS ..-.. 4 cans 99c
Duncan Hines Butter Recipe
FUDGE or GOLDEN
CAKE MIX -..-. 3 boxes $1.00
DISCOUNT SPECIAL ..
SM 0 K ED
H A M
BUTT HALF CQ99
POUND _. -._ 7C
BUTTER TENDER YOUNG
Swift's "Butterball" TURKEYS --l-b. 49c
FRESH PORK SPARE RIBS
Slab Bacon Ci
FRESH PICNIC PORK
GROUND BEEF 3
IND CUT ..............
--- THE VERI-BEST PRODUCE IN PORT ST. JOE ---
FRESH FLORIDA 5 POUN
ORANGES or GUIkWUIT- 3 bags 87c
U. S. NO. 1 ROUND
WHITE POTATOES ---- 10 lb. bag 43c
FRESH TOMATOES --------- Ib. 25c
CRISP, SOLID CABBAGE l-------b. 5c
FRESH, CRISP CELERY ------ stalk 10c
SWEET POTATOES l-----------b. 10c
THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla.
PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Tess Cox Feted On
Her Fourth Birthday
Tess Cox, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James C. Cox, was honored
on her 4th birthday with a party
at the home of her Aunt and Uncle,
br. and Mrs. Bill Graham. Games
and refreshments were enjoyed
outdoors. The honoree received
many nice gifts. The children each
received a balloon as a favor to ___EN -
Those children attending were: -
Eric Clenny, Jan Clenny, Cindy
Cox, Homer Davis, Robbie Good- '
man, Brian Melton, Tammy Mims, .
Tim Mims, Anne Quarles, Bascom -
Roberts, Deborah Roberts, Sarah ,
Roberts, Tommy Roberts, George
Simmons, Jr., and Laurie Smith.
SUPER KEM-TONE" Kem.Glo
WALL PAINT ENAMEL
America's favorite enamel
Just one coat brings new for kitchen and bathroom
beauty to your rooms. walls ... for all woodwork.
Wiley's Supply Co.
414-16 Reid Avenue Phone 229-3011
5TH IN SENIORITY
Pete asks that you vote Tuesday, March 28
so he may continue the term which he was
elected to serve before being forced to run
again by the federal court.
PAID POL. ADV.
Within A Radius of 50' Miles of Port St. Joe
DEEP and SHALLOW WELLS
Williams Well &
MISS CLARA LAUREL KAJI
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaji of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Clara Laurel, to Gerald Joseph Bu-
chert, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Buchert of Port St. Joe.
Miss Kaji is a graduate of Chagrin Falls High School and attend-
ed College of Wooster (Ohio) and graduated from George Wash-
ington University of Washington, D. C. with a BA degree. She will
graduate from Florida State University on April 20 with a Master of
Social Work.degree. She is a member of Eta Sigma Phi, national
Classics honorary society.
Mr. Buchert is a graduate of Port St. Joe High School and has
a BS degree from Florida State University. He spent four years in
the U. S. Air Force then returned to F.S.U. where he will graduate
on April 20 with a Master of Social Work degree. He is a member
of Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity.
The wedding will be an event of April 15 from St. Johns Episco-
pal Church in Tallahassee. No invitations are being sent, but all
friends and ,relatives of the couple are invited to attend.
Church Circle News
CASSIE GRAVES CIRCLE
The Cassie Graves Circle of the
First Methodist Church met with
Mrs. Charles Brock in her home
on Monument Avenue Monday,
with 10 members present.
During the social hour, prior to
the meeting, delicious cake and
coffee was served.
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Mrs. A. S. Chason and
she gave a very inspiring devo-
tional from the 28th chapter of
Mark, viewing the life of Christ
from Bethlehem to Calvary. The
program for the month was omit-
ted due to the absence of the pro-
During the business session, ac-
tivities for March were planned,
public relations forms filled, out,
pledges paid and a pennie dona-
The meeting was closed with the
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. 0. M. Taylor at 1313 Wood-
CLAUDINE BOYER CIRCLE
The Claudine Boyer Circle of the
WSCS met in the home of Mrs. W.
D. Jones on Monday; March 20.
Eight members were present and
refreshments were served by the
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., opened
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
-' HERBERT (Herb) H. HINSON
: CANDIDATE FOR
REPRESENTATIVE -- GROUP NINE
REPUBLICAN FOR CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT
Gulf County needs more than just a resident represent.
vGulf County needs to be represented by a man who
will not play one group of citizens against another only to
obtain personal goals.
Gulf County needs a representative who will work to
create a favorable climate within the area which will bring
about industrial and economic growth.
Gulf County needs a man who will work and meet the challenge of the Educational needs
of the County in a responsible and dedicated manner.
You have a choice March 28 and the issues were never clearer and the time was never better
for you, the citizens of Gulf County to vote your true convictions at the polls.
A vote for Herb Hinson is a vote for this type man.
SEE AND HEAR HERB HINSON ON WJHG-TV
Friday, March 24 10 P.M.
Saturday, March 25 ---------5:25 P.M.
Saturday, March 25 --------10:45 P.M.
Monday, March 27 ---------7:05 P.M.
the meeting with prayer.
In the absence of the circle
chairman, Mrs. W. D. Jones pre-
All members are requested to
turn in their world banks at the
April meeting. Final plans were
discussed on some circle projects.
Mrs. Robert King presented a
program on "The Crucifixion and
The meeting was closed with the
Mrs. J. B. Griffith will be the
hostess for the April meeting.
Circle One of the First Baptist
WMU met in the home of Mrs. W.
0. Nichols Monday afternoon at
2:00 p.m., with eight members pre-
sent. Mrs. A. V. Bateman, circle
chairman, presided and brought
the devotional from Matthew 16:
25. Prayer was led for the misison-
aries on the birthday calendar.
Program chairman, Mrs. Wesley
Ramsey .and several members
developed the program "Are Home
Missionaries Needed" from the
Royal Service magazine. The pro-
gram was ended with a prayer, led
by Mrs. F. E. Trammell.
After a business session, the
group was dismissed with prayer
by Mrs. E. H. Vanlandingham.
All the members enjoyed the so-
CIRCLE NUMBER TWO
Circle Number Two of the First
Baptist Church met in the home
of Mrs. J. J. Laurimore for their
monthly meeting. Mrs. Effie Cason,
chairman, called the meeting to or-
der. Mrs. C. D. Spears, WMU pres-
ident, gave the devotional and the
call to prayer, using scripture from
Mrs. Ruby Pridgeon, prayer
chairman, with the help of mem-
bers gave an interesting program
on "Needs of the Home Mission
Fields". Mrs. Cason closed the pro-
gram with prayer.
After a short business session,
the hostess served sandwiches, po-
tato chips, pie, coffee and Cokes.
Visit In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheffield and
Donnie visited in Brinson, Iron
City and Donalsonville, Georgia,
and in Marianna and Blountstown
over the Spring holidays.
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi was represented by
three members at the bi-annual
meeting of the Gulf Area Council
held March 19 at Milton.
Attending were Ruth Patterson,
Betty Lewis and Lynda Sullivan.
There were representatives pres-
ent from almost every sorority
chapter from Pensacola to Talla-
The business meeting was pre-
sided over by the chairman, Bea
Clay, from Panama City. Reports
were given by each chapter pres-
ent on various phases of sorority
activities. Many new ideas were
carried back to the individual
clubs as a result.
A buffet style luncheon was ser-
ved following the business meeting
and then a local Milton florist pre-
sented a very enjoyable and edu-
cational program on flower arang-
ing. Two of his lovely permanent
arrangements were given as door
prizes along with dozens of hand-
made gifts provided by the Milton
chapter. Betty Lewis was fortunate.
enough to win a lovely handbag, do-
nated by one of Milton's ladies
The next Gulf Area Council will
be held in Niceville at which time
the newly elected chairman, Billie
Blount, of Pensacola will begin
her duties as presiding officer of
Gulf Area Council.
Mr. and Mrs. William 'Barney
McCroan, 1904 Garrison Avenue,
announce the birth of a son, Phil-
lip Gerald on March 14.
Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph Keni-.
gan, Dothan, Ala., announce the
birth of a son, Steven Paul, March
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie David Har-
relson, Wewahitchka, announce
the birth of a daughter, .Terry
Lynn, on March 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Simon Cham-
bers, 419 Main Drive, announce the
birth of a son, Alvin Dereak' on
Mr. and Mrs. James Carthon, 286 Bible College in Birmingham, Ala-
Avenue D announce the birth'of a bama. The Conference theme was
daughter, Rena, on March 9. i' "Walk Worthy." The Conference
All births occurred at the Port had in attendance 221 High School
St. Joe Municipal Hospital. Students from about 11 different
--- states. Those attending from Port
Visiting In Alabama St. Joe were Merlene Adkins, Betty
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Petty "are Creamer, Carole Lamberson, and
visiting friends and relatives in Jimmy Godfrey. Many of those at-
Selma, Birmingham and' Mobile, tending had written a 500 word
Alabama. essay on the topic, "Relating My
College Education to My Life's
Purpose as a Christian." These
essays were carefully read and
judged by faculty members of the
college. Ten top essays were
chosen, and from these a winner
for the boys and a winner for the
girls was chosen. Carole Lamber
.son was awarded as the winner foi
the best written by the girls.
Midget Investments with
This I Remember
City Hall was a wooden building at First and
Highway 98 ...
I drove a dump truck hauling dirt for founda-
tion for Port St. Joe High School .
We did not have a traffic light .
* The present editor and his associate were just
There were only four churches in the City .
There was no Health Department, nor building .
The Hospital was. about the size of a good-sized rooming house .
* That I was X-ray technician (That's right, I took X-rays at Municipal
Hortense's first position in Port St. Joe was Private R. N. Duty Nurse .
My first Funeral Home was a two bedroom home on Seventh Street.
My telephone number was 326 (Presently it is 227-3511).
That we did not have a Cemetery (This was hard to make our neighboring
* That Hortense and I shared your joys and blessings as well as your sorrows.
Hortense, Rocky and I are proud to be citizens of this fair city which has
progressed considerably throughout the years and we ask that you keep
faith and in so doing we ask that God will bless each and every one of you
HORTENSE, ROCKY and PETE COMFORTER
Comforter Funeral Home
.. .E .* --
MISS SUSAN CAROL KOUCHE
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kouche of South Miami announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Susan Carol to Edward Nelson Hall, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison F. Hall of Port St. Joe.
Miss Kouche is a graduate of Southwest Miami High School
and Chipola Junior College. She is currently a junior at Florida
State University where she is majoring in art education.
The prospective' bridegroom is a graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and attended Chipola Junior College. He plans to continue
his studies at Florida State University.
A late summer wedding is planned.
Local Youths Attend Conference
The Spring Holidays were joy-
fully spent by four young people
who attended the 19th Annual
Youth Conferencep at Snutheastern
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967 PAGE SEVEN
Methodists Schedule Special Services
On Easter Sunday The First the Evening Worship Service at
Methodist ChUrch has scheduled 7:30.
two identical morning Worship A Maundy ThUrsday Commun-
ion Service is to be held at the
Services. The first to begin at 8:45 ion Service is to be held at
church tonight, March 23rd, at
o'clock and the second at the re- 7:30 o'clock.
gular 11:00 o'clock hour. The ser- It is hoped that these services
It is hoped that these services
mon to be delivered by The Reve- will be of benefit to the entire com-
rend 0. M. Sell will be "God, The munity. All who will are invited
Ominpotent Reigneth." Special to come and participate as the mes-
music by the choir includes "As sage of Maundy Thursday and
It Began To Dawn" and "There's Easter is again made known.
A Green Hill Far Away." Church
School will begin at 9:45 A. M. and SAY YOU iAW IT IN THE STAF
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Just Across the Dead Lakes Dam
Saturday, March 25th
With Purchase of Reg. 35c
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SEE YOU ON THE RIVER!
- vrc~-., -.
bert Brinson reported, that the
Mrs. Byrds s -H committee for the kitchen and
social hall had secured a candle-
To Stone Circle abra for the social hall and was get-
ting a "Paper Caddy" for the kit-
Mrs. Tom Byrd was hostess Tues- chen. Plans were made for the
day morning, in her home at St. activities of the Church in April,
Joe Beach, to the Annie V. Stone when this Circle will be responsi-
Circle off the Methodist Woman'. ble for the Church activities.
Society of Christian Service.
Mrs. Bernard Pridgeon, Chair-
man, presided over the meeting
and also -gave an inspiring devo-
tional. The program was given by
Mrs. W. T. Mosely, Jr. her topic
being this Holy Week, commemo-
rating the last week of Christ's
The Treasurer's report was
given by Mrs. G. S. Croxton. Mrs.
T-Sgt. S. L. Hammond Get Air Force Commendation
'Technical Sergeant S. L. Hamond, presently
stationed with the USAF at Fire Island, Alaska,
was recently awarded the Air Force Commenda-
tion Medal for meritorious service while assigned
as non-commissioned officer in charge of computer
maintenance at Sioux City Air Base, Iowa. Ser-
geant Hammond was assigned to Sioux City for
two years prior to his remote assignment in Alas-
ka. His wife, Jo and family reside at 905 Gar-
Eta Upsilon Installs New Officer Slate
At Regular Meeting Tuesday Evening
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta members participated in a social
Sigma Phi met at the home of hour. Attending were Lynda Sulli-
Mrs. 'John Lewis on Tuesday eve- van, Betty Lewis, Ann Pridgeon,
ning. March 21. Dot Grossman, Charlotte Nedley,
The Opening Ritual was led by Martha Sanborn, Ruth Patterson,
the president, Lynda Sullivan who Betty Scott, Sherry Hurlbut and
then called for the minutes of the Margaret Biggs.
last meeting which were read by
Martha Sanborn. The treasurer's
report was given by Betty Lewis.
The next meeting on April 4
will be the model meeting.
The president gave a brief sum- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
mary of the recent Gulf Area
Council meeting. She then called
for committee reports. S o c i al
chairman, Ann Pridgeon announc-
ed that a Rush Party will be held
on March 28 at the Florida Power
Lounge at 8:00 pm.
Officers for the coming year
were elected. They are: President,
Martha Sanborn; Vice-President,
Betty Lewis; Recording Secretary,
Betty Scott; Corresponding Secre-
tary, Margaret Biggs; Treasurer,
Ruth Patterson; Extension Officer,
Ann- Pridgeon and Civil Defense,
. At the conclusion of the business
meeting, an enlightening program
on "Pictures" was presented by
Sherry Hurlbut who discussed var-
ious artists' treatments. Using fa-
mous paintings as "The Last Sup-
per" and "Mona Lisa", Sherry
pointed out Leonardo da Vinci's
technique for emphasis. Sherry
then discuIse-d important points in
a' variety of portraits, still life,
madonnas and others.
Following the Closing Ritual,
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Derrick of
Portland, Oregon, announce the
birth of a son, Christopher Scott
on March 10. Mrs. Derrick is the
former Miss Bobbie Ward of Port
St. Joe. -
BILL CHISM GRADUATES
Bill Chism graduated March 16
from Auburn University with a
BS degree in civil engineering.
For Thrift Shop
Anyone who has clothes or other
items to donate to the Thrift Shop
are asked to call either of these
ladies for pick-up of items: Mrs.
Charles Brock, 229-2142, Mrs. Paul
Fensom, 227-5661 or Mrs. Al Har-
graves, 648-4766. Items may be
taken to the Thrift Shop each
Wednesday morning between the
hours of 9-11.
Workers for Saturday, March 25
are: Mrs. B. G. Buzzett, Mrs. W.
0. Anderson and Mrs. Lawrence
"Midget Investments With
This meeting was dismissed with
the benediction. Mrs. Byrd served
delicious coffee cake and coffee to
those present: Mrs. Croxton, Mrs.
H. T. Brinson, Mrs. R. H. Brinson,
Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Grimsley, Mrs.
Pridgeon, Mrs. Mosely and Mrs.
The next meeting of the Circle
will be in the home of Mrs. W. T.
Mosely, Jr. on April 17th.
Black and White
REG. $8.00 VALUE, ONLY Handling Charge
* No appointment necessary
Full selection of poses
No age limit
All work guaranteed
MARCH 24 and 25
HOURS 10-1, 2-5
Port St. Joe, Florida
SLimit One Per Subject 2 Per Family
Each Additional Subject $3.95
SPOTLIGHT UN THE CANIDIIATE
wO9NM.ESPENSHIPWASBOA. IN MIAMI
ON MARCH 9,1939 1IS FAMILY MOVED
TO THE SUWANNEE RItVERRANCH IN COL-
UMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA IN 1951 WHENt
= E WAS 12. RAISED ON THE FARM, JACK
EXCELLED AS A FooTBALLL PLAYER AT
COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOLb,UPON GRADU-
ATING IN 1957, HE.RECEIVED AN ATHLET-
IC GRANT IN-AID TO ATTEND FLORIDA
STATE UNIVERSITY. HE PLAYED HALFBACK
S1ON COACH TOM NUGENT'S FAMOUS TEAM
4. 9 AND IN 1960. HE JOINED THE PRO-FOOT-
A COMPETITOR AT HEART, N 1962 BALL RANKS WITH THE MONTREAL.
JACK BOUGHT HALF INTEREST W1ITH ALOUETTES
HIS BROTHER BUD IN ESPENSHIP CON-
STRUCTION COMPANY OF LAKE CITY FLORIDA.
DURING THE ENSUING YEARS THEY HAVE BUILT
SCHOOLS, BANKS, HOMES AND MANY OTHER
COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL BUILDINGS .
STATE SENATOR '4 "> B
JACK IS MARRIED TO THE FORMER
JOAN FORRESTER OF MIAMI.WHOM
HE METAS A COED AT FLORIDA >
STATE.JACK & JOAN LIVE WITH
THEIR TWO BOYS JOHNNY AND -
JEFFERY 4 AND3 IN LAKE CITY
JACK IS STILL A FOOTBALL FAN
AND JOAN OCCUPIES HERSELr >
ASA HOUSEWIFE.COMMUTING *.
ALSO TO THE UNIVERSITY OP F:
FLORIDA TO COMPLETE HER
COLLEGE WORK FOR A B.A.
JACK ESPENSHIP REGISTERED REPUBLICAN IN 1961 BECAUSE. IN HIS
WORDS THE REPUBLICAN PARTY BEST REPRESENTS THE CONSERVATIVE PHILOSOPHY'
OP GOVERNMENT FORMERLY HELD BY THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 'LIKE THOMAS JEFFER-
SONa I BELIEVE THAT GOVERNMENT GOVERNS BEST WHICH GOVERNS LEAST. A CANDI.
%DATE FOR THE STATE SENATE DISTRICT G. JACK CONSIDERS TAXES THE KEY ISSUE
tNO NEW TAXES" S HIS PLATFORM VOTE FOR ESPENSHIP on MARCH 26
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THE STAR, Part 3t. Joe, Fla.
AE EIGHT E STAR, Port St oFa THURSDAYM
"Thus Saith The Lord"
By REV. BILL GRAHAM
Last week we shared the subject
of the true church. We found that
Christ is builder of the one true
church. This church is made up of
all who accept Christ as their Sav-
iour. We also have what is called,
the local church. This church is
made up of those who may or may
not be saved.
Today, we shall share the pur-,
pose of the local church.
Turn in your Bibles to Ephesians
4:11-13: "And he gave some, apos-
tles; and some prophets; and some
evangelists; and some, pastors and
teachers; For the perfecting of the
saints, for the work of the minis-
try, for the edifying of the body
of Christ; til we all come in the
unity of faith, and of the know-
ledge of the Son of God, unto a
perfect man, unto the measure of
the stature of the fullness of
Keep in mind what is true in
the True Church should also be
true in the local church. Notice
first of all, that God has given
gifted men to the church. We are
also told why such men are given
Now starting effort is cut to
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for fast starts with DSP.
Even on cold mornings. And
DSP makes starting far
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last longer. You can get DSP
on McCulloch lightweights
and big timber saws. Come
in and let us show you how
it works. If you don't have
McCulloch DSP, you've been
working too hard.
to the church, "for the perfecting
of the saints, for the work of the
ministry." The word "perfecting"
has the meaning of "equipping"
the saint for service. Notice God
had given these men to the church
for the purpose of equipping the
saint for service.
What does this mean to the aver-
* age Christian? It is God's will that
every Christian be equipped for
service. Anything contrary to
God's will is sin. To fail to expose
ourselves to these gifted men's
ministry is to sin against God. To
fail to serve the Lord is sin against
Christian, if your life consists of
no more than going to church one
hour on Sunday and that is the to-
tal of your Christian experience,
you are living in sin. The Bible
says that God expects every Chris-
tian to be trained for service and
This passage also tells us how
long we are to train and serve.
Not 'til we are pensioned off, not
until we reach a certain age. God
never called a servant to serve un-
til 65. Moses was. 80 when he was
used of God to deliver the people
from Egypt. We are to train and
serve until we all come to the unity
of faith and of the knowledge of
the Son of God.z
This common practice of "bring
them to the pastor and let the pas-
tor do it" is foreign to the teach-
ing of scripture. The only way a
Christian can have the fullness of
God's blessing is to be obedient to
their Lord. Such obedience in-
cludes the above portion of scrip-
One purpose of our local church
is to train the Christian for the
WORK ,of the ministry.
Next week, Lord willing, we
shall share the mission of the
church. Your questions and com-
ments are welcome. Address your
reply to Thus Saith the Lord, care
of The Star, Port St. Joe, Florida.
By GILDA GILBERT
The Sharks received their first
defeat of this baseball season from
the Rutherford High Rams by a
score of 4-1. Pitcher Johnny Rich-
ter gave up only four singles to
the Rams and struck out six. How-
ever his efforts were not enough
due to the numerous errors in the
field. This game leaves the Sharks
with a 1-1 record. Saturday, March
25, the Sharks will play Ruther-
ford again in Panama City at 2:00
CST. They will also play Blounts-
town here at 3:30 EST on Tuesday,
Bob Ellzey, chief of the local fire
department, was the guest speaker'
during the assembly yesterday.
Mr. Ellzey gave a talk on fire pre-
vention which was enjoyed by ev.
Mrs. Fred Sutton is filling the
vacancy which was left by Mr. Pet-
erson, for the remainder of this
"SUPER-RIGHT" MEATS FOR EASTER
"SUPER-RIGHT" FULLY COOKED
WHOLE or HALF HAMS (16 to
CENTER 'SLICED HAMS (Bone i
GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN, TENDER, PLUMP 4 to 6 Lb. Avg.
Baking Hens lb. 39c
"SUPER-RIGHT" FULLY COOKED BONELESS GRADE "A" LEG OR E
BUFFET HAMS --------lb. $1.29 FRYER QUARTER
MORRELL DELICIOUS COOKED 5 LB. CAN "SUPER-RIGHT" FRESH
CANNED HAMS --- each $3.99 GROUND BEEF
...: .:::. :. GRADE 'A' QUICK FR
, ._.-', L
MIX 'N 5
Green BEANS Blended PEAS
* Stewed TOMATOES
10 to 14
SHANK FRENCH FRIED
PORTION FI S
18 Lb. Avg.)----b. 59c 3 f l b
n) lb. 99c for I.UU
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF FULL CUT
Chuck Steak lb. 59c
T "SUPER-RIGHT" PURE PORK BAG
- -- lb. 39c SAUSAGE 1 lb. bag 39c
"SUPER-RIGHT" ALL MEAT
3 Ibs. $1.29 FRANKS --- 12 oz. pkg. 45c
EXTRA SPECIAL! PURE CORN OIL
SPECIAL VALUE! 15c OFF LABEL DETERGENT
(Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order)
(Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order)
A&P WHOLE and PIECES SPECIAL! 1 LB. BAG 59c
SWEET POTATOES--- 1 Ilb., 2 oz. can 27 c EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE -__ 3 b. bag $1.73
DEL MONTE 1 LB., 13 OZ. JAR WONDER FOIL REG. 25 FOOT ROLL ANN PAGE
SPICED PEACHES ---jar 45c ALUMINUM WRAP ------_ roll 23c EGG NOODLES -----1 lb. box 33c
CAMPFIRE SUPER SOFT ANN PAGE 1 LB. JARS A&P WHOLE or STRAINED 1 LB. CANS
MARSHMALLOWS 1 Ib. pkg. 23c APRICOT PRESERVES 3 jars $1.00 CRANBERRY SAUCE ---- 2 cans 39c
Jane Parker Spanish Bar
3 o $1.00
JANE PARKER TASTY
FOR THE QUALITY CONSCIOUS
4 PKGS. 99c
GREEN GIANT FROZEN
FRESH FIRM RIPE FRESH "FULL 0 JUICE"
SALAD TOMATOES -----basket 19c SWEET ORANGES-------5 Ib. bag 29c
CRISP EXTRA FANCY FIRM RIPE
RED DELICIOUS APPLES ------lb. 19c ANJOU PEARS-----------------b. 19c
Insurance companies desperately need men to investigate the half-
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10 lb. bag 59c
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Prices in this ad are good through Fleischmann's Soft-Lb.
Saturday, March 25 Margarine 47c
Quantity Rights Reserved
ROZEN, OVEN READY, TENDER, YOUNG
Save During the Second Week of Our Big
DEL- M MONTE S AL E!
Sliced Yellow Cling PEACHES SEASONED PEAS
BEETS CREAM STYLE CORN SPINACH
MEN WANTED NOW
TO TRAIN AS ACcIIDENT
-- FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES!
LARGE, CRISP PASCAL
2 stalks 25c
PAGEEGHT TE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967 PAGE NINE
AT PORT ST.
JOIN the STAMP REBELLION at...
RICH'S Has Truck Loads
HORMEL QUALITY MEAT SPECIALS
FOR EASTER 3.39 Val. HORMEL BEST READY TO EAT
CANNED HAM 3LB. 2.69
WE HAVE TRIED ALL, BUT THESE ARE THE BEST
HORMEL SMOKED LOIN SPECIAL
CENTER CUT BONELESS
SMOKED 0 CANADIAN CHOPS _- Ib. 1.19
CHOPn IL iI CENTER EAT LIKE HAM
CHOPS b.8 LN ROAST l---- b. 88c
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS FULL VARIETY
GENUINE SPRING LAMB AND PREMIUM VEAL
EASTER HAM SALE BUY NOW
COPELAND BEST TENDERIZED HAMS
SHANK HALF Lb. BUTT HAM----------lb. 53c
SLICED PORTION ------lb. 59c
HAM STEAKS --------b. 88c
APALACHICOLA FRESH PINT Herman All Meat
Oysters 69c 3pkgs.$1.09
Streak-O-Lean First Cut MUCHMORE and TABLERITE
SALT PORK SLICED BACON
LB. 9c LB. 59c
OUR BEEF IS ADVANCE SELECTED
KANSAS CITY AGED STEERS. THIS
QUALITY CATTLE .. U. S. CHOICE
EACH WEEK BY EXPERTS. EXCLUSIVE
BEEF IS GRADED FROM THE HIGHEST
BY GOVERNMENT GRADERS.
BUT FOR YOU OUR CUSTOMERS
THE VERY BEST OF THIS U.S. CHOICE IS SELECTED BY IGA BEEF EXPERTS!
TENDER FRESH ALL MEAT
GROUND CHUCK CUBED STEAK 'STEW BEEF
lb. 69c lb. 88c lb. 69c
EXTRA GOOD LEAN
GROUND BEEF--------3 lbs. $1.29
SOUTHERN PLANTATION SMOKED SAUSAGE
1 Lb. 59
PORK LOIN SPECIAL
Center Cut Chops LOIN END
POUND PORK ROAST lb. 49c
PORK CHOPS- Ib. 55c
LOIN CHOPS .--- lb. 79c
INTRODUCTORY OFFER FREE SAMPLES Fri. and Sat.
TARNOW WHOLE HOG HOT, MILD and MEDIUM
AU SAGE Ib. 69c
TRY IT AND YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID!
SAVE On These Items With $10 Order
GA. GRADE 'A' LARGE With $10.00 Order or More
1 doz. EGGS FREE
U. S. NO. 1 IRISH With $10.00 Order or More
POTATOES 20 LBS.
When we hear others say that trading
stamps cost food store customers nothing,
we know it just can't be true. We have
been in this business too long to be fooled
by such statements.
It is obvious that food stores "giving"
trading stamps must "make up" the added
cost in some way. Two ways this can be
done are by raising prices on seldom-ad-
vertised items (which the customer can't
easily check), or by selling poorer quality
merchandise (which may also be difficult
for the customer to see).
RICH'S IGA Foodliner is a no-stamp store, and takes pride in selling the highest
quality merchandise at the lowest possible prices. Join the trend of shoppers today.
Change to low prices, and take your savings in cash.
FERRIS FINE JUICY
5 Pound Bags
3"A S 8C
MAXWELL HOUSE With $10.00 Order or More
COFFEE 1 2LB.C- 1.29
PURE PORK With $10.00 Order or More,
LARD NO. 10 GAL.
DOMINO With $10.00
Order or More
GOOD JUICY EATING
10 -. AMPLE VARIETIES OF
PILLSBURY ALL FLAVORS
CAKE MIXES 4 for $1
IGA FRUIT 303 CANS
COCKTAIL 2 cans
KRAFT (7c OFF LABEL) QT. JL
Mayonnaise -- qt.
DEL MONTE SLL NO. 2 CA.
PINEAPPLE -- 2 cans
NBC VANILLA Large Boxes
WAFERS 3 boxes $1
[GA CRISPY 9 OZ. BAG
POTATO CHIPS -- -
W. K. or C. S. Gold 303 Cans
IGA CORN _- 2 cans
HAWAIIAN 46 OZ. CANS
PUNCH 3 cans $1.00
IGA EVAP. TALL CANS
MILK 7 cas $1.00
REYNOLDS HEAVY 25 Ft. Roll
ALUM. FOIL __ roll 59c
McCORMICK REG. SIZE
Food Coloring ---- 35c
__ 15c & 29c
39c OLEO-----2 lbs.
SUNSHINE PICKLED 21/ JAR
_ jar 39c
FILTER or MENTHOL IGA CARTON
GA. GRADE 'A' SMALL
DOZ 1.00 s6 For
14 POUND BASKET
-_ basket $1.00
LET T U C E------- for $1.50
"LOOK AT THIS SALAD SPECIAL"
Sand RADISHES --- bag I C
PEPPER, TOMATO and PETUNIA
PLANTS doz. 79c
2 POUND BASKET 35c
4 POUND BASKET 49c
All Kinds of FARM and GARDEN SEEDS
FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS ---
Morton's Frozen Apple, Peach or Coconut 20 Oz. Pies
FRUIT PIES 3 for 89c
IGA Froz. "Pure" Fla. ORANGE
JUICE -- 12 oz. 29c
IGA FROZEN 12 OZ. SIZE
POUND CAKE -- 59c
--- DAIRY ITEMS ---
TABLERITE IIHALF GAL.
ICE CEAM -----59c
MARCH 22 thru 25
CHEESE 8 oz. 29c
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THIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
SAWF CASH AT RIC*15. 'O TAP
PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967
by Florida Power Corp.
Our attention for this week is
focused on the recipe for the cock-
eyed cake. This cake may be ser-
ved as a luncheon dessert, or bet,
ter still, with the "coffee break'"
The fascination of this recipe is
compelling. It is for the young at
heart, but those whose age will
not permit indulging in making
1% cups sifted cake flour
3 tablespoons cocoa
1 cup sugar
,/ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon soda
5 tablespoons cooking oil
1 tablespoon vinegar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup cold water
Put your sifted flour back into
the sifter, add to it the cocoa,
soda, sugar and salt and sift right
into a greased square cake pan,
about 9x9x2 inches. Now you make
grooves, or soles in this dry mix-
ture. Into one, pour the oil; into
the next the vinegar; into the next,
the vanilla. Now pour the cold wa-
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Air Force Hunting
Young College Grads
Special interest news for young
college men who' graduate this
June was disclosed this week by
Sergeant Claude Cowart, local Air
They can now apply for Air
Force commissions while still en-
rolled in college. "In this way,"
said Sergeant Cowart, "plenty of
time is allowed to process appli-
cations and obtain class starting
dates for Officer Training School".
Seniors graduating with an en-
gineering degree or those interest-
ed in flying as Air Force pilots
are in demand, Sergeant Cowart
stated. All men in their final se-
mester are eligible to apply.
Only three' months in duration,
Air Force Officers Training School
is the shortest route to a commis-
sion as an armed forces officer.
For the complete facts, visit the
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ing Office at Room 206, Post Of-
fice Building or call 763-1301.
amountLsLo LU oLllU s aliU uJ. o U ons an-
nually. Usually, the chemicals from
the two plants have been shipped
from the two plants separately.
The first "combined" load from
both plants of the division occur-
red in late November of 1966, and
was repeated just recently. On
February 28, the Norwegian tanker
S.S. Selje picked up tall oil fatty
acid in the bay of Port St. Joe, and
on March 3 and 4 took on-board
pine oil and dipentene in the port
The organic chemicals division's
second "combined load" of indus-
trial chemicals from both plants
is destined for industrial customers
in England and Germany. The to-
tal shipment amounted to a little
over 1,000 tons.
The S.S. Selje is one of the lar-
gest specialty tankers in the Nor-
wegian ship line called "Odjfell";
%A110 ml-, ^
.ro. tb. oe to Uac sonviulle. UThe
S.S. Selje, half again as large as
the Liana, took only two days to
make this trip.
Norwegians allow females to tra-
vel on their ships. The S.S. Selje's
crew of 37 people includes three
women-the radio operator, an as-
sistant cook and a stewardess.
Pine tree chemicals to Europe
are growing in size of tonnage an-
nually, as is evidenced by the
G 1 i d den Company's continuing
shipments now going more often
in loads of two-plant combinations.
March 12 through
12:30 to 12:35 P.M.
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Pete asks that you vote Tuesday, March 28
so he may continue the term which he was
elected to serve before being forced to run
again by the federal court.
DEMOCRAT PAID POL. ADY.
"It is the common fate of the indolent to see
their rights become a prey to the active.
The condition upon which God hath given liberty
to man is eternal vigilance."
-John P. Curran
) Speech upon the
Right of Elellion, 1790
and you re the loser!
If you let others decide for you, the time
may come when you lose the right to decide.
When you lose the right to decide,
'you stand to lose everything.
If you don't vote, you're the loser...
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ter over it all-you'll feel like a
kid again. Bake it at 350 degrees
in a preheated, electric oven for
25 minutes. Take it out of the
oven, but don't turn off the oven.
Let the cake cool just a bit. Then,
spread on this mixture
4 tablespoons softened butter
2/3 cup brown sugar (light)
2 tablespoons cream
chopped nuts or coconut (as
much as you like)
Set cake back in the oven for
five minutes, or until the frosting
MIRST CUT PORK
U. S. CHOICE ROUNI
U. S. CHOICE T-BON
FRESH CRAB MEAT AVAILABLE
401 Garrison Ave. Phone 227-3451
From the Premiere Series In select hard-
wood veneers and solids with choice of
applied Walnut or Mahogany grain finish
Your Old Working Set Will Make Down Pint.
Kennedy Elec. & Refrig.
229 Reid Avenue Phone 227-8331
-:- Special --
REG. $5.00 VALUE
This Week End Only
"Takes The Guess Out" I
St. Joe Motor Co.
FORD -- MERCURY
Phone 227-3737 322 Monument Ave.,'
> BEAUTIFUL SEMI-
0 RESISTS STAINING
9 ONE-COAT HIDING 01
0 RECOAT IN ONE TO
* SOAP AND WATER
2 QUARTS $3.49
ECON-0 PAINT STORE
In Econo-Wash Laundry Building
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967 PAGE ELEVEN
BIG CARLOAD OF
Has Arrived At
209 REID AVENUE PHONE 227-5271
ORDER NOW AND SAVE
Order Your Appliance Before It Arrives and
Get A BIG DISCOUNT. We Will Deliver Right
Out of the Railroad Car.
WHAT'S NEW AT
Complete New 1967 Line of Mowers,
Garden Tillers, Tractors, Riding Mowers
Factory Match Touch-up PAINT for All
Cars and Colors.
1967 Wizard Kitchen Appliances.
Wizard Water Softeners.
0 New Supply, of Toys, Games and Models.
New Inventory of Garden Tools, Fences,
COME IN AND LOOK US OVER
JOIN PORT ST. JOE'S WHO'S WHO CONTEST
Clip the silhouette pictures and the copy of their ad below and take them to the merchants. If you are the first one
presenting the picture to the merchants on Tuesday, you will receive a $5.00 gift certificate for merchandise of your
choice. If you are the second person to present the pictures to the merchant, you will receive a $3.00 gift certificate,
and if you are the third person to present the merchants with his picture, you will receive a $2.00 gift certificate. Reg-
ister while you are at the store and you will be eligible for the GRAND PRIZE of $70.00 in merchandise. Employees
of featured stores are not eligible to win from their own stores, but they may play the game at any other store.
GRAND PRIZE RULES WINNERS EVERY WEEK
1. Anyone age 14 or older may register for the Grand PLUS $70.00 GRAND PRIZE
Prize in gift certificates. $10.00 in free gift certificates each week from each
2. Each person may register any time at each of the featured store, big grand prize of $70.00 in free mer-
participating business places. chandise at end of the contest. No purchase necessary.
Register each day with any merchant listed on this
3. Register any day from opening until closing time. page. Just stop in and ask for registration blank.
Enter now and win $ $ $.
4. Put name and address on Registration Card.
If So, Clip
And Bring To
And Be A Winner
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for heaftwauWil forMam cuo"Ota #*ga"#luswish"
things like blow*** w.%d C leoanthose
or ew swoo* sqnthe~ abim .vd.Ithtnje yuo've
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HELENE'S BEAUTY SALON
PERMANENTS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET
CALL 227-7616 FOR APPOINTMENT
We Have the Latest in New Equipment
Tints and Bleaches in minutes
We Sell and Service Wigs, Wiglets and Hair Pieces
315 Williams Ave.
STANDARD SERVICE STATION
M. J. LAND, Owner 113 Monument Ave.
Standard Credit Cards.
fr fast, safe service!
Now at your Standard Oil Station!
Ask us about your "ticket" to care-free
travel. A Standard Credit Card is safe,
convenient, quick. And it's honored at fine
stations in all 50 states and Canada/
Apply for your credit card at Standard,
where we take better care of your carl
Trademark CHEVRON DESIGN
J1 BAKE or BROIL in ei-
Sther oven, or both. at
the same time.
0 Eye-Level Window
FURNITURE and TV
SHOP FOR YOUR
MARIE'S QUALITY CLEANERS
FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY
Port St. Joe Apalachicola Beach Area
Where you Receive the Little Extras
At No Extra Charge.
All seams opened, linings hand fin-
Buttons replaced ad minor repairs
made on Trousers, Slacks and Skirts
Mrs. Marie Wright operates our
spotting, cleaning and finishing
107 Second St. Port St. Joe Phone 227-5991
TOUCH- UP PAINT
INI u PRICE
TUBES /2 PRICE
1966 and 1967
G M ELECTRIC CLOCKS
For Chevrolet, DDICE
Pontiac, Olds /2 PRICE
JIMR COu. ER
MOTOR CO., Inc.
MOTOROLA COLOR TV
'Rectangular Screen New Slim Cabinet
2 Complete Apparel Stores In One
- SEE AD ON PAGE 3-
PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, PortSt. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1967
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank each and
and every one in Highland View
and Port St. Joe for their kind-
ness shown to us during the Illiness
and Death of my husband Mr. M.
Mrs. M. M. Lovett
KIRK & ES
Local Boys Enrolled In Neighborhood Youth Corps
The local boys, pictured above, are members Ranger, Ray Whitfield and David Glass. The boys
of the Neighborhood Youth Corps, sponsored by work 32 hours a week under the direction 'of
the U. S. Government, leveling out an area at the Peak and attend school six hours'per week. 'The
Constitution Park here in Port St. Joe for grass program is designed to aid drop-outs to get neces-
planting. From left to right are Terry Pitts; sary employment and still encourage completion
Bobby Brake, Jerry Ludlam, Paul Peak, Park of high school -Star photo
some policing of violators, the
game situation will not get.bettlr."
Runnells said that game vduld' not
oUVIImMII IUII Vl IUtUI be introduced to an area until the
ing wild lands. Runnells said this GameCommission was asuid.by
part of Florida hasn't felt the landlocal people that it reprodud be al-
pinch much as yet, but that south lowed to stay and reprod. ..
of Ocala virtually no hunting lands Guests of the club were Jim
are left. Runnells declared that Prevatt and Henry Chason.
"we would be in sad shape if tim-
ber owners didn't cooperate with LOST: 1 black Lady Buxton French
the Game Commission in providing purse. If found please call 'Mrs.
management areas. He said that Adele Lister, Wewahitchka.i
land owners in this area, including
the St. Joe Paper Company areB1
currently trying to come to an
agreement for a game management
area for Gulf County. He said that C.
rough treatment of private land
owners by the hunter has removed -M CW
some of this land from the use
of the sportsman.
Runnels said that another prob- A F
lem was that virtually every river A re F o r
in Florida is polluted-insofar as
their definition of pollution is con- FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, masonry
cerned. The Game Department de- home on 9th Street with family
clares a stream polluted if it is room, utility room, large. outdoor
harmful to fish. Runnels said that' workshop and storage, chain link
Sfence. Ca a 227-7881 after 5:00
while pollution bothers this area, fence. Call 227-7881 aftec--16
the biggest problem is too many -p
fish for the food available. They FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. In
simply are not growing to size. lots, double carport, senate util-
Problem number three is the ity house, 20x21 shop building.
need for help in game law en- Phone 229-4964. $6900.00., tfc-3-16
forcement. The Game Commission FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
is supported solely by revenue den, built in kitchen and thermo-
from hunting and fishing licenses, stat controlled heater. Phone 229-
As a result, only 146 wildlife of- 1361. tfc-1-26
ficers are employed to patrol the FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home, lo-
entire state. "Until private citi- cated on corner lot in nice
,zens get concerned enough to do neighborhood. Two carports with
utility rooms Phone 227-8021. tfc
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
HIGHLANDER LOAN COMPANY,
a Florida Corporation,
J. B. PORTER and
LORA MAE PORTER, his wife,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, George Y. Core, Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, will on the 4th day of
April A. D. 1967, at 11:00 o'clock
A.M. at the front door of the Court-
house, in the City of Wewahitchka,
County of Gulf, State of Florida,
offer for. sale and sell at public
outcry to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, the following des-
cribed property situate in Gulf
County, Florida, to-wit:
Lots Twenty (20), Twenty-One
(21) and twenty-two (22), of Block
"B" as per plat of Maddox Subdi-
vision, on file in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida. Pursuant to the
final decree of foreclosure entered
in a case pending in said Court,
the style of which is:
Highlander Loan Company,
a Florida Corporation
J. B. Porter and Lora Mae Porter
and the docket number of which
is number 7-2841.
WITNESS my official seal of this
Honorable Court this 20th'day of
March A.D., 1967.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court,
State of Florida
FOR SALE: Four bedroom, house
at 805 Garrison Avenue. Phone
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath
house. Inquire at Smith's' Phar-
Four bedroom, two bath house
on two lots to sell for only: $9,500.
Large three bedroom house on
two lots on Woodward. Avenue.
Priced to sell for only. $13,700.
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. tfe Ph. 227-3491
FOR SALE: 6 rm house. Large
front porch. Like new. 2 car pa-
tio. Summer and wash shed built
on one side. Hot and cold' water
throughout. All fenced. Beautiful
shady lot, 50x150 ft. 150 ft. off hi-
way 98. A give away price for cash.
68 18th St., Apalachicoal, oyster
capital of the USA. P. 0 Box 683,
Apalachicola, Florida. 4tp-3-9
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.
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 RENT: Furnished apartment.
Living room, bed room, bath, kit-
chen and breakfast nook. For
adults only. Phone 229-1351. tfc
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed-
room house. Convenient to school.
Phone 227-8536 after 5:00 p.m. tfc
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
"One Out of Ei t Needs Mental Health
Treatment" P hologist Tells Rotary
"Mental health treatment, is
available to people of Port St. Joe"
Jim Hughes, staff member of the
Bay County Guidance Clinic told
the Port: St. Joe Rotary Club
, In offering these services, the
speaker said that the Bay County
facility now has eight professional
people on its staff to provide this
much-needed service. At present
work is underway to provide a
permanent home for the Guidance
Clinic in the expansion work now
underway at Bay County Hospital.
Hughes said that many people
need the type service offered by
VOTE... MARCH 28
the Guidance Clinic. "The old stig-
ma of being 'crazy' everytime you
seek mental guidance no longer
is applied. Many people with emo-
tional or psychological problems
are treated successfully by this in eight persons has need of some
service." psychological aid during their life
Hughes pointed out that the time, and this need shouldn't be
case load at the Panama City. clinic I ignored since it could grow into
is growing every day and the ideal more serious mental problems.
situation would be to form a gui- Guests of the club were Jack B.
dance clinic in Port St. Joe with Peebles of Jacksonville, Cliff Ber
service being rendered on a part- ring of Long Island, New York,
time basis by some of the psychol-, Wayne Winnett of Birmingham, Al-
ogists and mental health workers abama, Glenn Boyles of Port St.
out of the Panama City clinic. Joe and student guest Wayne
In closing Hughes said that one Pate.
VOTE MARCH 28
I I 'Uncle
.. IJoe )LeSUER
REPRESENTATIVE -Group 8
THANKS FOR THE WARM RECEPTION WE RECEIVED
WHEN WE VISITED YOU LAST WEEK. SO MANY ARE
OUR FRIENDS OF LONG STANDING. IT IS NICE NOT
TO BE A TOTAL STRANGER.
Uncle Joe Says
YOUR VOICE IN GOVERNMENT IS EXPRESSED BY
YOUR VOTE. EXERCISE IT MARCH 28!
YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT
WILL BE APPRECIATED
VOTE... MARCH 28
VOTE MARCH 28
rI unu u 1UIII uy .
Lt. A. E. Runnells, information
officer for the Florida Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commisison told
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday that
three major problems face the'
Game Department in providing a
perpetual hunting area for sports-
.The first problem ,is the vanish-
MOUNT CARMEL BAPTISTS
SET EASTER SERVICES
The Mount Carmel Baptias
Church is having an Easter, pro'.
gram Sunday morning at 6:30 a.m.
The church invites everyone to
attend these special services.
READ THE CLASSIFIED
JOHN M. (JACK)
DISCUSS "NO NEW TAX" PLATFORM AT
VOTE NO NEW TAXES
VOTE JACK ESPENSHIP
STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 6, REPUBLICAN
ssified Ads -
' You..... Use 'em
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: Used TV's. Good con-
house, in town. Also 2 bedroom edition. $39.95 and up. ST. JOE
cottage at Beach. Apply at Smith's RADIO and TV. Phone 227-4081.
Pharmacy. tfc FOUND: One male bird dog. Ger-
man short hair, liver cross. In
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom and pri- poorcondition. No identification.
vate bath. Reasonable rent. 528 Contact Clyde J. Sanford, 507 8th
Sixth Street and corner of Wood- Street, City. 2tp-3-16
ward Ave. 4tp-3-9
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
on Palm Boulevard and 14th St. Apalachicola, Florida
Cecil G. Costin, Jr. Phone 227-
4311. tfCost, Jr. Phoc-3-23 Sat., Mar. 25 Mon., Mar. 27
2 Shows -
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 110 Rock Hudson in
Hunter Circle. Call 229-4571.. tfc "BLINDFOLD"
filmed in the Everglades
FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom fur- also
nished apartments in town. 510 "MUNSTER, GO HOME"
8th St. and Mexico Beach. 3 bed- (No sho Thurs and Fri
room house furnished or unfur- (No show Thus., an Fri.
nished at Beach. To sell, buy or this week)
rent, contact JEAN ARNOLD, of-
fice located at Beacon Hill Beach,
representing United Farm Agency. NOTICE: R. L. Capps, Public Tax
Phone 648-4800. tfc-3-2 Accountant has moved his office
from Dalkeith to the "Sign of the
FOR RENT: Business location. 15'x Shiner". Route 71, Wewahitchka.
15' in new, modern, air condi- 1-5-4-15c
tioned building. Call Helene Ferris
Phone 227-7616. tfc-1-12 COLOR TELEVISION
by RCA or PHILCO
WANTED TO RENT: Unfurnished 19" 21" 25"
2 or 3 bedroom home beginning mwaiiable for immediate delivery
March 1. Call 227-2441. tfc-2-23 ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at Phone 227-4081 228 Reid Ave,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at
Oak Grove. $40.00 month. See GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
Bill Carr. tfc-1-26 altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
FOR SALE: Fancy leaf caladium Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
bulbs. Phone 227-5201. 3t-3-16 trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
see 'Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
FOR SALE: 17' fibreglass Aristo-
Craft boat with 80 hp motor and JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair.
Weko trailer. Contact R. F. Max- ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
well at the AT. tfc-10-27 made and refinished. Rifles sportiz-
ed. Reasonable rates. Work guar-
FOR SALE: Fiberglass cabin cruis- anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge,
er with'electric starting motors. Phene 229-2272. tfe
A 20 minute ride and you're sure
to want it. J. D. Clark. tfc-3-23 iMOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
FOR SALE: 14' fiberglass fishing Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
boat. Kennedy Craft. Two bait ANCE AGENCY, across from'the
wells, use one for ice, one for live Post Office. Local and Long, Dis-
box or bait. C. W. Long. tfc-1-26 stance Moving. Free Estimates.
FOR SALE: 4 gas heaters, $10.00 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
each. Gulf Cands Court, St. Joe Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
Beach. Phone 648-9188. tfc-1-5 o0 229-3097.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. boat. $3000Ph R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
227-5792 or see at 529 10th St. tf Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
FOR SALE: 1963 Pulpwood truck 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
with loader. 1959 panel body companions welcome.
truck. Can be seen at 180 Avenue WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
C at Driesbach Cleaners. 3tp-3-23 HOWARD BLICK, Sec.
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
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
nd third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
T. J. ADKINS, W.M.
(Paid Political Advertisement)
Three Reasons Given for Vanishing
ESi G lmmn hu O* !ff(I.,A.
Income Tax Returns
J. D. CLARK
27 Years Experience
Prompt and Efficient
INCOME TAX SERVICE
1017 Long Ave. Ph 227-7771