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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
THIRTIETH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967 NUMBER 35
Mobile X-Ray Unit
To Visit Gulf County
Free chest X-rays will be available to 'Gulf County's
citizens' beginning Tuesday of next week and continuing
through Saturday, May 27, according to the Gulf County Health
Department. The program is sponsored. jointly by the Gulf
County Health Department, Florida :State Board' of Health
; and West Florida Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease As-
sociation, Inc. (Christmas Seals).
A mobile X-ray unit will be located -at various places
throughout the county during this time to offer free X-ray ex-
amination in search of tuberculosis, lung canIcer and enlarged
heart conditions. A free X-ray will be provided for all wish
to receive the examination 18 years of age' and older.
i' The X-ray unit will observe' the schedule printed below:
SLocation ., Date Hours
OAK GROVE--Community Grocery ------- May 1--6 11-2
INDIAN PASS-McNeill's Grocery--- May 16 -- 4-7
HIGHLAND VIEW--layer's Market ------May 17 -- 10-1
S BEACON HILL-Scheffer's Gro. ---------May 17 --- 3-6
WHITE. CITY--Stafford's Gro. May 18 -- 1-4
WEWAHITCHKA-Leonard's Gro. ---- May 18 ---- 5-8
WEWAHITCHKA-Wewa State Bank May 19, 20 -- 10-1
PORT ST. JOE-Smith's Pharmacy -------May 23 10-1
PORT ST. JOE-Michigan Chemical -------May 24 -- 7-9
PORT ST. JOE---St. Joe Paper Co. -- May 25, 26 -- 6-9-
PORT ST. JOE--Smith's Pharmacy ----,May 27 .-- 10-1
PORT ST. JOE-Duren's Market -------- May 27 -- 1-4
Lions Club Schedules Annual Horse Show for
Sunday, May 2,1; This Year It Will Be Free
The Port St. Joe Lions' Club an- vicesi,of Burton Womble of Cairo,
nounced this week that its Fifth Georgia as 'judge for the event.
Annual Horse Show has been sche- Milton Davis of Graceville will 'be
duled for presentation on Sunday, the- Master of Ceremonies. Both
May 21 beginning at 1:00 p.m., are well known for the ability in
E.D.T. This announcement was horse show circles. ''
made by Merrill Sherrill, president Scheduled for this year's show
of the club. are 22. big events featuring .jun-
This will be the first year of ior and senior riders in-each event.
showing in the Lions' new Horse A feature of the show will be
f Show Arena, which they Have the famous Saddlin' Seminoles of
constructed on the site of the Wewahitchka who will perform
old airport on Highway 71 just during the afternoon.
East of the Port -St. Joe City No admission is being charged
Limits. the general public for viewing the
The Lions have secured the ser- annual event.
The Port St. Joe Retail Mer,
chants unanimously agreed last
Friday to 'issue a resolution against
a bill advertised to be introduced
to the Florida Legislature, which
would, in effect, create two coun-
ty seats in Gulf County.
The proposed bill would allow
the various county offices t9 main-
tain branch offices in Wewahitch-
ka. It would allow the County
Commission to -hold official meet-;
ings in Wewahitchka in addition
to the present law of holding meet-
ings in the County Seat.
Only the function of trial by
jury, according to the act, rInust
be held in the County Seat, which
will be Port St. Joe when the new
Courthouse is completed.
The Merchant's Division went on
record as opposing the act and pro-
posed that the same services be
provided the residents of Wewa-
hitchka as have been provided for
Port St. Joe in the past. This would
include local offices for the pur-
chase of licenses. :
A delegation from the Mer-
chant's Division went to Tallahas-
see Monday to personally contact
Representatives Ben C. Williams
and John Robert Middlemas and
Senator Pete Gibson of the group's
wishes in the matter.
City Receives $4,003
In Cigarette Taxes
Don D. Meiklejohn, Director of
the State Beverage Department,
reports that net cigarette tax col-
lections for the month of March,
1967'amouned to $5,751l256.11. Of
this amount $1,845,865.31 will, go
to the. state general revenue fund
and the remaining $3,P05.390.80
will be distributed to' qualified
municipalities jin the state.
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive $4,003.87 as its shareof the
Other area municipalities receiv-
ing cigarette tax funds include We-
wahitchka, $1,252.05 and Apala-
Contractor Predicts Completion of
New Courthouse Within 90 Days
A representative of Guin
and Hunt, p ime contractor
for the neW Gulf County
Courthouse job, told the Coun-
ty Commission Tuesday morn-
ing that .construction of 'the
new building is now 80% com-
plete and that he expects to
be finished with the construc-
t on work within 90 days.
SThe County's building inspector,
Bob Jones, reported that work is
nearly finished on two items that
are being done 'over due to impro-
per performance, by sub-contrac-
tors. Jones reported that 90% of
some copper lines, ordered replac-
ed, have been put into position.
Jones said that about a 10 day de-'
lay would be incurred by replac-
ing the 7/8" inch steel bars in the
jail with the one inch bars called
After the prime contractor fin-
ishes his work in the estimated
90.days, furnishings and fixtures
must be placed before the build-
ing can be occupied.
The Board awarded partial pay
ments to, the contractor Tuesday
on phase six of the job in the
amount of $118,962,02 and $4,-
355.75 to Southern Steel Company.
TO PURCHASE ALARMS
Stewart Lyle of the Highland
View Fire Department requested
the county to purchase an alarm
siren for Highland View Tuesday.
,Lyle estimated the cost of the
siren to be $750.00.
The Board.agreed to purchase a
siren for both Highland View and
White City. The purchases will be
financed i\\ith the' Florida First Na-
tional Bank over' two0. year per-
iod to be paid for with the two
communities' share of the St. Jo-
seph Fire Control District funds.
The Commission was in receipt
of a letter from Representative
Ben C. Williams requesting that
the County construct a cat-walk
on the side of the Dead Lakes dam
In the picture above, Gulf County and City
of Port St. Joe road crews are shown operating a
cement spreader on Baltzell Avenue between First
and Second Street. The crews are working in a
joint venture to pave several streets in Port St.
Joe by the County's recently adopted soil-cement
paving method. .J
for fishermen to fish from the
The project, to be financed \by
secondary road funds, was esti-
mated 'to cost $3,000.00.
Chairman James McDaniell cau-
tioned the Board that both the
paving of Reid Avenue in Port St.
Joe and construction of the cat-
walk couldn't be accomplished with
the money available. McDaniell
pointed out that paving' of Reid
The crews have completed paving four streets
in North Port St. Joe and are now working on
Baltzell from First to Second and Fifth to Sixth;
Seventh Street from McClellan to Forrest Park;
Eighteenth from Marvin to Garrison and the al-
leys serving both sides of Reid Avenue from First
had been promised for some time.
The Board agreed to accept Wil-
liams suggestion and put it in last
priority of planned Secondary
The matter of a salary increase
for the County Commissioners was
discussed at length Tuesday.
After considerable talk' 'about
the matter, the Board agreed to
adopt a Resolution granting Gulf
County Commissioners the 'same
salary as other counties of like
size or as set out by the Legisla-
ture. All voted in favor of the
resolution with the exception of
Chairman McDaniell who cast a
"no" vote., !
It is The Star's understanding
that there is now a local bill in
the. Legislature to raise the salary
of Gulf's School Board and Coun-
(Continued On Page 12)
Scenes from Junior,
These tw6 scenes ,vere taken
at the annual Junior-Senior ban-
quet held in the Centennial
Building Saturday night.
In the top photo, Clark Downs,
John Maddox, Carol Mapes and
Bobby ElIzey join the rest of the
Senior class in singing the class
In the side photo, Becky Hen-
drix is pictured reading the
class prophecy. Sitting at the ta-
ble listening, is Joe Hendrix, Jr.
Sportsman's Club Will
Wash Cars Saturday
The Sportsman's Club of Port
St. Joe High School will have a
car wash project Saturday, next
to the City Hall.
The car washing activities will
get underway at 8:30 and continue
until 12:00 Noon.
The Sportsman's Club will wash
your car for $1.00.
Principal Allen Scott of Port St.
Joe High School has announced the
following students as having qual-
ified for the honor roll for the
fifth six weeks of 'the current
ALL "A" HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE--Kitty Core
8th GRADE-Mike Wimberly
and La Donna Dawson.
11th GRADE-Becky Hendrix
and Pat Strobel.
"A" and 'B" HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE-Susie Rouse, Desda
Harper, Curtis Little, Donald Tho-
mas, Laura Malear, Ricky Harper,
Judy Hendrix, Linda Lewis, Phyllis
Thomason, William Quarles, Ikey
Duren, Tommy Brown, Terry Cha-
son, Ricky Lancaster, George Mc-
Lawhon and Geary Reeves.
8th GRADE-Holly Hendrix,
Margaret Howell, Marsha Player,
Richard Combs, Chuck Roberts,
Lynn Knox, Carol Parker, Steve
Macomber and Eddie Holland.
9th GRADE-Dale Little, Janice
Coatney, Sue Kennedy, Judy Stone,
Pam Wilsorn, Kay Holland, Jenni-
fer Hildbold, Shirley Cantley, Lau-
ra Guilford and Katherine Sutton.
10th GRADE-Harold Davis, Di-
anne Dawson, Jeanine Britt, Cook-
ie Fendley, Karol Altstaetter and
ll1th GRADE-Jim Fensom,
Freddy Anderson, Dorothy Sutton,
BrendalFaison, Jo Ann Haney, Bar-
bara Buzzett and Tiny Fendley.
12th GRADE-Tommy Atchison,
Kay Altstaetter, Charlotte Maddox,
Rita Rasmussen, Cherry White.
Pam Parker, Phyllis Miles, Sue
McCormick, Rainey Fendley, Gilda
Gilbert, Betty Creamer and Judy
Port St. Joe Needs An Airport
Two Automobiles Are
Damaged by Fire
One automobile was totally de-
stroyed and another damaged in
two fires this past week.
Last Wednesday afternoon at
6:00 p.m. a 1967 sedan owned by
Leroy Stokes caught fire in the vi-
cinity of the rear end and burned
on the Industrial Road.,
Stokes said that he was return-
ing from Tallahassee when he
stopped to look at some dirt he
was to haul the next day 'hen the
car burst into flames underneath.
He attempted to put out the blaze
with sand, but when he realized he
couldn't he went to a 'telephone
and called the fire department.
Thursday afternoon, a 1963 se-
dan owned by W. C. Ivey caught
fire as he was driving North on
Highway 98. The car caught fire
near the intersection of Avenue
C and Highway 98. Ivey said he
saw smoke coming from under the
hood then smelled fire and stopped
Ralph Ward passed Ivey as he
stopped and removed a shovel
from his own car to throw dirt
on the blaze.
. When the fire department ar-
rived, the fire had been put out,
but it started up again from a
shorted wire. The battery was then
disconnected to prevent any fur-
Kiwanis Club Bridge,
Tournament May 19
The second annual Kiwanis Club
bridge tournament has been sche-
duled for Friday, May 19 at 7:30
p.m. The tournament will be
played in the High School Cafe-
teria. Charles Brock is chairman
of the tournament project and
Tom Knox is ticket sales chairman.
The tournament will be graded
as to ability of players and a place
will be provided for everyone.
Rev. Ellis Myers Selected to Head
State-Wide Youth Program for Church
Rev. Ellis Myers, 31 year old
pastor of the United Pentecostal
Church in Highland View has been
elected president of the Pentecos-
tal Youth in the State of Florida.
This department raised a half
million dollars last year to help
support mnissionaries, children's
orphanages, and revivals through
out Florida and other parts of the
Rev. Myers is a graduate and
post graduate of the Apostolic Bi-
ble Institute in St. Paul, Minn.
Myers has served as associate
pastor in Miami and South Bend,
Indiana. He has served three
years as an evangelist and pastor-
ed in Clearwater before coming
to Port St. Joe.
Myers will be in charge of the
Youth Camp of the United Pente-
costal Church in Ocala, where ap-
proximately 300 teen agers come
every year during the month of
In addition to these new duties,
Myers will remain as pastor of the
Highland View church.
City Commission Has
Meeting 'Date Change
City Auditor and Clerk Charles
Brock told the Star Tuesday that
the regularly scheduled City Com-
mission meeting for next Tuesday
has been postponed. Brock said
the meeting will be held one week
late on Tuesday, May 23.
Also postponed is the meeting
scheduled for June 6. This date has
been changed to June 13.
Both of the postponements are
being made due to planned ab-
sences from the City by some of
the Commissioners on the regular
REV. ELLIS MYERS
School Board Files
For Federal Program
The Gulf County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction has submitted to
the Federal-State Relations Office,
State Department of Education, a
project, which, if approved, would
continue the reading program for
the about 500 educationally disad-
vantaged in four target schools in
the county during the 1967-68
The requested allocation, given
in the form of a grant under the
Elementary and Secondary Educa-
tion Act of 1965, Title I, would
amount to about $72,000.00, and
would be used to pay salaries for
six reading teachers, six teacher
aides and one coordinator of fed-
eral programs in the county. The
balance of the allocation would be
used to purchase reading mater-
ials, equipment and supplies for
use in carrying out the project.
New Street Construction
to Fifth Streets.
New Taxes On Horizon
After a full 30 days of sparring, testing and feeling
:.:their way by various State Legislators, this past week saw
the Legislature begin to come to life and the fighting got
down to the "for real" stage.
Two weeks ago Governor Kirk publicized his "no new
taxes" budget and succeeded in gathering a howl of pro-
tests from every direction due to budget cuts. Most vo-
ciferous of these were the -teachers who saw their asking
price' of nearly $200 million pared down to $87 million in
increases for schools.
Probably .Kirk's biggest mistake, politically, was in
cutting the budgets of the various Cabinet members. This
really set the woods on fire.
This week the Senate Appropriations Committee,
which has three Republicans in its membership, ignored
Governor Kirk's proposed budget and passed their own to
"recommend to the Senate consisting of $1.335 billion or
up to within $51,000 of estimated revenues for the next two
years. This budget is considerably more than Governor
* Kirk's suggestion since it doesn't contain provisions for tea-
cher pay raises, medicaid or capital outlay.
Inclusion of these thrpe figures will mean a need for
new taxes. \
Once again, we see the "hard sell" of the Legislature
shaping up. Once again we see the maneuvering, the
conniving to spend all available money on projects that can
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Boy, am I disappointed!
We had our hopes all built up last week. Built up to the sky.
An article came inf'from the Florida Fresh Water Fish and
Game Commission, which' e printed, which said that fishing would
be top-notch last week.; -We believed the article. Even though we
had been the Saturday before and this is supposed to take care of
my fishing for at last a month and ordinarily it would have
except for .the FWF&GC article and other things.
Friday morning,, I went for my usual haircut and James Hill)
who shines shoes at the barber shop, hdded fuel to my smoldering
embei of "'fishing fever". James said, "I tell you, I went late yes-
terday afternoon, to this certain spot fly fishing and I caught
some bream so big they would pull the boat while I was playing
them tiring them down." Right off I should have recognized
this as part of James' over-active imagination and partly as a pure
"fish story". But, I was gullible and it only added to the fever.,
Friday at Merchant's Meeting, Frank Pate was telling of doing
almost the same thing in almost the same spot Wednesday after-
'noon. Walter D.odson added to the story by saying that he saw
some of the fish.
this of course added to the recent memory of James' story
and by this time we were hooked. but good.
So, throwing aside a cardinal rule of never fishing on'a work
day, we trundled back to the shop, cornered B. A. Collier back in
the back room and related the tales I had heard. "B. A.", I said,
"I have a fly rod and a brand new fly reel I got for my birthday.
If you can paddle a while, we will hie us off to the river about 5:00
this P.M. and let some of those bream pull the boat." Besides this
with fish like this biting, we thought it was a good time to teach
B. A. to fly fish and told him so. This set him on fire, too .
even to paddle.
To make a long story short, after two hours of fishing we had
one bream about three inches long and one strike.
I hated to go Friday and stop the fish from biting for theweek
end, but I 'just couldn't help it.
We read the other day where the "Surveyor" is "sleeping"
'on the moon during the cold period while its position is away from
We knew machines were getting sophisticated, but, we
t,-hought it was only man that found the conditions too dark and
*c,old to -work. Now machines are demanding better working' con-
ditions or striking because they didn't get their wishes.
/ Next, the computers will be demanding a higher grade'oil
In their daily diet or richer electricity or a shorter work week.
Then where will we be?
Spain kicked two U. S. girl-type students out of their country
the other day for desecrating of sik U: S. flags and joining in
anti-Vietnam war activities. Spain evidently doesn't have "civil
Isn't it ironic that one of the few Fascist nations outside the
Iron Curtain should stand up for the dignity of our flag and coun-
try? Not that we condone Fascism, but why is it, some of our
"friends" can't be as concerned about our image?
And, it doesn't speak very well for citizens of this country
to go abroad and condemn it in broad open daylight in the public
for all to see. What kind of example does this set?
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
PosroFiCC Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Entered as second-class 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
FOreiGN: ONE YEAR, $3.75 SIX MOS...%235 THREE MOS. $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
i ot hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received fer such
The spoken word Is given scant attentio;I the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly con-
"vin', The spoken word is iwlt: the printed word remains.
get by with and need a cut in appropriations. But they
are "pet projects". They are "trading projects". Now,
a -raise will be given teachers, capital outlay funds will be
voted and the medicaid funds appropriated.- Then will
come the hard sell of "why we are forced to .aise taxes".
"Why, Mr. Taxpayer, would you deny us the right to
raise your taxes so your children may get a proper educa-
tion?" "Would you deny us the right to raise taxes so that
you may have proper college facilities for your children?"
"Would you deny the aged proper care?" The psychology
is there. I :
For once just once we would like to see an
Appropriations Committee set the school budget, the state'
institutions budget, the medicaid budget, the capital out-
lay budget. Then, if there is not enough money to go
around, try to sell the people of Florida on the necessity
to pay more taxes to raise the salaries of the Cabinet, the
,Legislature, judges, put some state building in a certain
district espoused by an influential Senator"or_ Representa-
tive, increase the dole to those who won't work or who
raise illegitimate babies for a living.
It was because of this practice in the past; we firmly.
believe, that Florida elected a Republican Governor. We
would suggest that the Appropriations Committee take a
look at the signs.
Let's 'Insist On Organization First
There is a bill in the Legislature which affects Gulf
County and its tax payers to the tune of approximately
a full mill at the 'present valuation.
This bill. would allow the County Commission to ap-
propriate up to. $15,000 each for the Highland View and
the White City Fire Departments.
Already, the county has\ spent, in the neighborhood
of $20,000 each on the fire stations, acquiring trucks, ma-
terials, hose, and, most recently, a building to house the
THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967
Six grasses are commonly used
for turf purposes in Florida-St.
Augustine, centipede, zoysia, ber-
muda, bahia and carpet.
Centipede grass is widely grown
in North Florida. This grass does
well under a low level of mainten-
ance. One light fertilization each
spring' is sufficient. It should be
kept from getting exceedingly dry
for extended periods 'of time. Di-
sease problems are minimal. Brown
patch does some damage' in this
area but can be controlled with
only a moderate .amount of ,effort.
It thrives in an acid soil such as
we have in Gulf County and re-
quires a minimum ,of mowing to
keep the lawn looking nice.
Chinch' bugs are a mortal ene-
my of St. Augustine grass. It needs
mowing weekly and fertilized at
least three times a year.
Zoysia grass does well in heavier
soils of which we have 'a small
amount in our county. It is slow-
growing and needs weekly. trim-
mings along with much fertiliza-
tion and watering.
As to bermudas, the seeded kind
is not as satisfactory for lawns as
are the improved hybrid types. It
does not produce a dense turf and
causes a weed problem. ,
Many weed problems in our
lawns will disappear if we choose
the best kind of grass, and fertilize
properly to grow a' dense sod. The
use of 46 pounds agricultural lime-
stone (30 pounds hydrated or slack-
ed lime) per 1,000 square feet of
lawn every fourth year will help.
The improved hybrid bermudas
require either moderate or high
(costly) levels of maintenance (fer-
tilization, water, mowing, insect
and disease control, general care)
and they will not. grow in shaded
Bahia grasses are best employed
for pasture uses. They are coarse,
produce pesky seed spikes and are
tough to mow. They are bunch-
type grasses and make open turf
instead of tight thick mat-type
Carpet grass is a native plant
which adapts well to poorly-drain-'
ed soil and does not withstand dry
conditions well and remain attrac-
tive. It does best on acid soils un-
der low fertilization. Much of this
is used in Gulf County under bet-
ter moisture conditions, either nat-
ural or artificial through irrigation
(watering, sprinkling, etc.)
while stocks last...
Tubeless & Tube-type Blackwalls
PLUS $1.51 to $2.05 Fed. Excise tax,
sales tax and trade-In tire off your car.
7.50-14 .8.00-14 6.70-15 6.00-16
NO MONEY DOWN-MONTHS TO PAY!
M I 1 D etFor Motorist, Sportsman
E Iand Homeowner
Additional $1.49 each
Features reversibled 62-lach fleablre
SsI o Metallic red with yellow trim.
JIMMY'S PHILLIP'S 66 TYNE'S STANDARD STA.
PAGE 'WOTHE STAR, Pori St. Joe, Fla.
trucks in. Where does the county's obligation stop?
What is the purpose of these communities ever con-
sidering incorporation when the county furnishes all of
the services incorporation would ordinarily provide with
the exception that tax payers from all over the county pay
the bill, rather than the area citizens. And, remember, you
pay taxes on your home now. You will help to pay part
of this additional $30,000. It will mean an additional mill
on your taxes.
We do not wish to \take the position of denying fire
protection to White City and Highland View. We believe
these areas deserve fire protection. They need fire pro-
tection. But, is the current program of providing the pro-
Let's take a look. In both White City and Highland
View there is no authority over the fire departments. As
a consequence there is no organized fire department in
either community. With no organized fire department,
and apparently no interest in going through the work to
create one and keep it going, what is the sense in providing
fire fighting equipment and machines? There are no week-
ly fire drills in these areas necessities to a functioning,
operating fire department.
'In the last house fire at White City, Port St./Joe's
fire department arrived on the scene to see the house burn-
ing with White City's fire truck parked nearby. Nobody
knew how to operate the pumper. A point for the need
for fire drills. Frequently, a fire can break out in High-
land View and Port St. Joe's department will drive all the
way to Highland View and be first to put water on the
fire. A point for organization..
Both of these areas now have adequate facilities for
their limited operations. Keep them up, surely. Pur-
chase necessary supplies, indeed. Btut, insist, before any
other large expenditures are made, that a training, func-
tioning firi department be formed by the citizens of these
And, as a point for comparison as to how much equip-
ment $15,000 for each department will buy Port St.
Joe's new fire truck, equipped except for. hose, cost just
slightly over $15,000. With the expenditure of this addi-
tional $15,000 by each department, they will have more in-
vested in fire fighting equipment than the City of Port
Discusses Old Cemetery
On-May 6, the St. Joseph Histori-'
cal Society held its monthly meet-
ing at the City Hall.
The committee on restoration of
the Old St. Joseph Cemetery gave-
a good report and pointed out that"
a large number of tourists were
visiting the Old Cemetery. There
is now a booth in the cemetery
which houses a Registration Book
and registrations are from all
parts of the nation.
It was also reported that a list
has been compiled of the persons
known to have died of yellow fever
in Old St. Joseph. Plans are for a
marker to be erected in the ceme-
tery listing these names.
Merritt Loan Company
Is Incorporated 'Here
TALLAHASSEE Secretary of
State Tom Adams this week an-
nounced the chartering of the fol-
Merit Loan Company, Inc., of
Port St. Joe, 116 Monument Ave-
nue, Port St. Joe. Stock was author-
ized at 100 shares of common at
$100.00 per share. The incorpora,
tion request was filed May 1, 1967.
The new corporation will be deal-
ing in the loan business.
Incorporators are: Anne K. Hef-
lin, Sherry Lackey, Mildred Wig-
ley, all of Birmingham, Ala. The
incorporation papers were filed
by: Sirote, Permutt, Friend and
Friedman, First Federal Building,
"Midget Investments With
THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967 PAGE THREE
L. D. Lewis Shows
Club of Trip Made I
L. D. Lewis of Panama City, own-
er of the Sunshine Grocery chain
and the Jr. Food Store chain pre-
sented a program of 'slides to the
Rotary Club last Thursday at their
Lewis, along with 15 other Flor-
ida grocers took a tour of Europe
and behind the Iron Curtain last
June to view food marketing fa-
cilities in 19 foreign countries.
Lewis said that only a few coun-
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Slides to Rotary to
Behind Iron Curtain
tries, Belgium, Finland and Hun- uAY 14 ''
gary did they find anything like
the food markets in the U. S. Hard-
ly any European market wraps the
customer's purchase, Lewis said.
The merchandise is handed, bare, j
to the customer and he drops it in
his shopping bag.
Lewis said there is virtually no
shop lifting in Russia, because all
goods for sale are presided over
bS a clerk, and the customer pays 1.. Y .
for the goods before he is allowed ..T WH L O V E
to pick it up.'W
The Rotary Club will observe its
annual "Ladies .Night" tonight at
8:00 P.M. The event will be held Spe al Savi s Fro
at Van Horn's at Beacon Hill. V r S e ia ISav
Very Specia Saig FromES
EVERY MOM LOVES A NEW LET'S ALL REMEMBER LADIES
LADIES MOM ON HER DAY! DRESS
LADE LADIES D
BOYLES ENTIRE STOCK OF PU R S E Delicate Lace Trimmed CL E A R AN C E
S- LADIES 'NYLON SL'PS
~~~NEW SUMMER DRESSES '$2.88 nd L88 and $ .00
i 10% DISCOUNT $3.88 $2.88 $400
JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAY and GRAD The season's most popular styles $2 88
JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DA and GRAD in straw, leather like plastics. Shadow panel Wide satin Most all sizes .Cottons, blends,
UATION .. Come Early ... An amazing selection straps, perfect fitting White linens Values up to $16.99 .
of popular styles and fabrics $6.99 to $19.99 and assorted pastels 32 to A one time give-a-way Junior,
,regular price Junior, Junior Petite, Missy and SPECIAL SALE! 42 short and average. Other Missy and Half Sizes
Half Sizes Buy now for all Summer wear. styles up to $9.00.
A1C ROY D. BOYETTE LADIES' BLOUSES CHECK THIS ONE AST! EGLADI ES
CHECK THIS ONE FAST! PEGNOIR SETS
Airman Roy D. Boyette FREE GIFT WRAPPING Al Ladies and Chillren's
Gets A. F. Promotion PRICE white Summer $5.88
r e D t bother LADIES A fine assortment of styles, fab- S Breathtaking laces, sheer nylons,
Airman y D. Boyette, brother rics and colors .. Better blouses dacron blends So feminine, so
of Miss Nadine Boyette, 774 Par- L I I ur GOWNS. from MacShore, Laura Mae and e bewitching ... Buy for Mom and
ker Avenue, Highland View, has COOLS SUMMER GOWNS, or other fine labels. graduate Sizes to fit.
received a promotion in the Air BUY NOWU FOR
Force from Airman Second Class S- CIA U P EVERY GRADUATE .
to Airman First Class. The promo- SPECIAL GROUP EVERY MOM WEARS THEM
tion was effective on Monday, Shorty GIRLS' DRESSES First uaty e Feather
May 1. GIRLS and ,.rs Quality FLine eaHOS er
Airman Boyette is ,a 1964 grad- DISCOUNT NYLON
uate from Port St. Joe High 1/ ghlea-
School.$ 1.88 and $8 1/2 'PRICE Heels, casuals, flats, patent, lea- 3p
Boyette received high praise for th. Ginghams, solids ... Al wash- en, pers ... Poll Par ot for3 pr. 2.75
performance of his duties from Nylon, Dacron-Cotton blends, elegantly trimmed in Ginghams, solids ... All wash- dren, personality and others for
performance of his duties from Nylon, DacronCotton blends, elegantly trimmed in able Some sleeveless All ladies It's sensational and Never sold for less than $1.00 pr.
Captain Marc L. Benjamin, com- lace and matching schiffli embroidery. S., M.. L and terrific values .. Sizes up to the timing perfect for Mother's Mesh or regular knit Popular
mander of his unit. He is a pack- XL delicate pastels. age 14 Day and Graduation. shades.
ing specialist with the 92nd Trans-
portation Squadron stationed at- -,
Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash-, I l Ill /f ,
A SIZZLING VALUE! America's Favorite "Campus"
LADIES WE SALUTE THE Quty ,
PINEHURST FANCY NYLON MEN'S
Pi' I BRIEFS Walk Shorts
88c pair 2.88 to 4.88
Delicate pastels and white Frothy lace trimmed "Never iron", dungaree type and all
\ Sure to please .... 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. popular styles and fabrics. 28 to 46.
CHECK THESE GIFT ITEMS. WASH N' WEAR SAVE! $1.14 On' Each Pair
.. ................ All Leather BILL FOLDS -------$1.88 ea. M'S ITS of These!
TIES $1.00 to $2.00 Y E N 3 U I Perma Press Koratron
t TiS^ ^t'Large Assortment of BELTS -----$1.50 up M S a k
TIE TACKS and BARS $1.50
GIFT BOXED Men s Slacks
HANDKERCHiEFS------ $1.00 and $1.50 $ 2 88
BAN LON or 'ORLON SOX-- 2 pr. $1.00
WHITE or COLORS The perfect suit for all occasions Ivy styling or $
CREW SOX 3 pr. 88c executive Cool! Comfortable! 36 to 42.
Expertly tailored by Campus.
REPEAT OF A SELLOUTIO Sizes 28 to 42
MEN'S GIVE THE GRAD A GIFT CERTIFICATE COOL
Sport Shirts ^MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S
Sport Sh irts SHORTY
\ $2.00 each PAJAMAS
Men's woven plaid, stripes, solids Never iron, $ 2 .8 8
wash and wear S, M, L, XL. A regular $2.99
value. Other popular styles by Campus and Van
? Huesen $2.99 to $5.99 A beautiful selection of Just perfect for gift giving or relaxing
THE.../ wide track stripes, solids and plaids, sleep tonite S, M, L.
LOR CYCLES ]V j^'
STry" ii Oven Barbecued Pork Ribs tions as needed.) The Modern Way" on channel 11, PVT. LEWIS E. JULIUS
ntry form and you're on | 2 to 4 lbs. pork ribs (1 lb. per Barbecue Sauce which appears each Monday eve- COMPLETES REPAIR COURSE
some custom-colored bi- ||WfWYV person) ning, 7:30 p.m., WFSU-TV, Talla-
today's fashion colored 2 lons thinly sliced o k pepper hassee. ABERDEEN PROVING GRND.,
mfortable wash 2 medium onions thinly sliced 1% cupstomato juice MD. (AHTNC)-Private Lewis E.
al shoe that's 1/8 teaspoon garlic salt %1 teaspoon cayenne pepper P. C. ATTORNEY ELECTED TO JN. Garrius 19 son, Port St.die Joeulius, 120complet-
re. Come j 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon dry mustard GUARANTY FUND BOARD Ned a 14-week automotive reparlet-
color '. /A ., teaspoon black pepper 4% teaspoons worcestershire ed a automotive repair
e .o ..Withadamp cltief r ibs Panama City attorney J. Ernest course at the Army Ordnance Cen-
SSIMPLE ELEC-TRIX and cut into serving portions. Co- 1 bay leaf Collins has been re-elected to the ter and School, Aberdeen Proving
S~KITCHEN CHAtER X bine garlic salt, salt and pepper 1 to % cup vinegar Board of Trustees of Lawyers' Ti- He was trained in the mainten.
KITCHEN CHATTER and sprinkle on ribs. Place in sin-1 teaspoon sugar tie Guaranty Fund to represent ance and rnair nf nn fnv tho
by Florida Power Corp. gle layer on rack of roasting pan. Fund member attorneys from the Armcloves tracked and wheeled vehi
stdyth0a-o-abs ch-O ahoto dd a f 3 tablespoons of butter, or salad Fund member attorneys from the Army's tracked and wheeled vehi-
Is today the day for a busy sche- On each portion add a slice of on- oil Fourteenth Judicial Circuit for an cles.
dule? If so, plan ahead and pre-on topped with slice of lemon 2 tablespoons liquid smoke (op- additional three-year term com-
pare a simple meal or one that re- Place in preheated oven 375 de- tional) mencing July 1, 1967. Mr. Collins '-, P INES
quires very little of your time for grees for one hour. Then transfer Combine all ingredients in sauce was first elected to the Board of T
preparation. Just plan for oven bar- pork ribs to a shallow (utility type) pan and simmer ten minutes. this Florida lawyers' organization Stand Tall
becued pork ribs plus baked pota- baking dish; add barbecue sauce. Makes about 2% cups and may be in 1958. The Fourteenth Judicial 9al
TMENT STORE to and green salad, and like magic Reduce oven temperature to 300 stored in refrigerator for two to Circuit includes the counties of In Florida's
with a twist of the wrist and a flip degrees and continue baking for four weeks. Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jack- F t.
of switch, your meal is ready. 1% hours. (Baste and turn por- TV-See "Homemaking Today- son and Washington.- ture
. t ..... ,. m.. .- .. =---S ..e..Homemaking,. Tod-.a "-"so.n- 'n. ...as.hi.ngton.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967
the Forest Capital Center south sion during the summer, resulting
of Perry, Grayton Beach at Gray- in "more travelers seeking fun in
erS tton-Beach, Jack Islandiat Fort the sun in Florida."
Florida State Parks Are Being Mad Pierce, Och iockonee River near
Sopchoppy, Pahokee on Lake With this in mind, Miller said
R f TOkeechobee at Pahokee and St. more than 2,000 camp sites will be
R dyV fOr LargeSt TOu ist Season Yet Joseph near Port St. Joe. available in 24 state parks for
Forest Capital Center State Park campers this summer.
TALLAHASSEE Florida State park system will enable Florida's icing, hiking and historical attrac- will initially offer only picnicing He noted that each camping area
Parks, are gearing up for what 59 parks and historic memorials to tions. facilities, but is planned to have a provides picnic tables and grills,
promises to be a record tourist sea- offer more recreational facilities This year's traveler will find forestry museum. prdes icnc tables and grlls
son this summer than ever before. three new parks to visit: Cape Flor- Grayton Beach is a 356-acre park as well as restrooms equipped with
State Parks Director Bill 'Mille Tourists in state parks this sum- ida on Key Biscayne, Gannon Roc- that will, when complete, offer hot and 'cold water, showers, lava-
said a continuing improvement mer can expect new and additional ky Bayou near Niceville and Kore- swimming, family and youth camp- stories and laundry tubs. Most of
program underway throughout the camping, swimming, boating, pic- shan at Estero. The latter two of ing, picnicing, fishing and a boat them offer electrical hookups, as
these parks offer camping areas. ramp. The area includes pinewood- well -as automatic washing ma-
Six other new parks are pre, lands, fresh water lakes, sloping chines and driers.
sently undr development and sand dunes and a mile of white, Additional information on state
scheduled to be open to the pub. sandy beach on the Gulf of Mex- park facilities may be obtained by
lic during the summer. They are ico. writing the Florida Park Board,
N OgC E IThe 958-acre park at Jack Island 01 W. Gaines Street, Tallahassee.
N OC L g Ad is a tropical area surrounded by -
the St. Lucie River. This will be "U P J i 1*
EfeciLeJl n 1 1967,e a preserve where huge flocks of PF Eddie Julus
effective June 1, 1967, O NOTICE birds and schools of fish can be
SINotice is hereby given that upon observed in their natural habitat. Ct rain
,l |motion of the City Commission of Ochlockonee River State Park C mp T nig
fice Hours at the City Hall the City of Port St. Joe, anOrdin- covers 374 acres of a heavily- CAMP PENDLETON, CALIF.,
Tce lO rs at Tn Uy aance has been introduced, which wooded land area, honeycombed (FHTNC)-Marine Private First -
in substance is an Ordinance relat- N -Marne ivate irs
Sing to the use of Streets and Thor- with small ponds, and bound on Class Eddie Julius, Jr., son of Ed--
Will K frm 8:00 A !. to oughfares in the City of Port St. the north by the Sopchoppy River die Julius, Sr., of 120 North Garri-
i Joe, Florida, providing that swing- and on the south by the Ochlocko- son Avenue, Port St. Joe, has com-
Sing access doors of vehicles must nee River. When complete, it will eed a 15-day refresher training
ro be closed, and secured during op-' pleated a 15-day refresher training
:00 P.M. Mondaysthroughr d prescrbg a penal offer capin, picnicing and boat andprocessin cycle with the
5 P for the violation of the provisions ramp and dock. Staging Battalion at the Marine
rd Th 0 hereof. Pahokee State Park tops the Hoo- Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif.
Friday. The Office will be All persons interested may be ver Dike on huge Lake Okeechobee
Sheared on'clock P.M., osedastern Day- in an unusual recreational location. The training stressed the prin-
ho light Savings Time, on May 16, This 30-acre park will offer camp- ciples of small unit tactics, with
open during the noon hour 1967, at th eCity Hall, at a regular ing, swimming, picnicing, boating particular emphasis placed on the
meeting of the City Commission. and fishing. fundamentals of scouting, patroll-
C. W. BROCK 2t
nCi Will be closed all d ty Auditor and Clerk St. Joseph State Park, located ing and land navigation.
and will cloe ll y on St. Joseph's Peninsula, covers Marines completing this training
SNOTICE 2,516 acres bordered by the are assigned to combat units over-
u uyCO r. Ii ,n. Cu na". Notice is hereby given that the Gulf of Mexico on one side and seas.
Saturday and Sunday. City Commission of Port St. Joe St. Joseph's Bay on the other.
sitting as the Board of Adjustment,
according to the provisions of the This is one of the, most beauti-
C \l DnKBROCKW City Zoning Ordinance, will hold a ful beaches in Florida. When
C D KULN Public Hearing at the City Hall, complete, the park will offer
Port St. Joe, at 8:00 o'clock P.M., camping,' picnicking, swimming, a
City Auditor and Clerk 4t-5-11 Tusdy, May 16, 1967, to dter camping, picnicking, swimming, a
mine whether the City will author- boat dock and marina.
ize a variance from the terms of Suwannee River State Park near
Ordinance No. 5, being the Zoning Live Oak will offer swimming for
Ordinance of the City, for Miss
Jewel Covington, Lot 22, Block the first time this summer, in a
I ,,. 36, on 6th Street, Port St. Joe, branch of the river made famous -.
S'FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Florida, relating .to side yard re- by Stephen Foster's melody.
strictions. 7 5-4 Tomola State Park near Ormond
Corner Third St., and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor C. W. BROCK 2t ek moka State Park near Ormond-
City Auditor and Clerk Beach has a new and unique mu-
V seum featuring Indian artifacts
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, from the area, as well as the art ."
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL works of Fred Dana Marsh, who
MTRANINGUWORSHIP611400A.M.CIRCUIT OF THE STATE designed the statue of the Indian
AIRING UNION 645 P.M. OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Chief Tomoki that is now the fo-
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M. GULF COUNTY. cal point of the pat is now the o-
PRAYE TICIVIL CASE. cal point of the; park.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ...-- 7:30 P.M. DIVORCE St. Andrews State Park 'at Pan-
GLENDA NELL BUTLER, ama City Beach boasts a restored: If / n't sto
"Come and Worship God With Us" Plaintiff, "cracker" turpentine still, a vanish- yoU ca '
WILLIAM STEVE BUTLER, ed part of Florida's past. be ready to start
Defendant. There are night tours featuring
NOTICE TO APPEAR the animals at Myakka River State paying.
TO: WILLIAM STEVE BUTLE, Park near Sarasota, charter fish- So, stop first at the brak ervie
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend whose place of residence is So, stofirst atthebrkeservice
SRoute 2, Boax 41, Sylacauga, Ala- ing boats for deep-sea fishing at shop that displays the NAPA
O AV E BAPTIST CH bama. Bahia Honda State Park on Bahia Sign of Good Service and De-
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH n or before the 22nd day of Honda Key, golfing on a 9-hole golf pendable Parts. You can be sure
May, A.D. 1967, the defendant, courseat Florida Caverns State thand not beasorry with Brake Partseal be
William Steve Butler, is required Pcourse at Floda Caverns -a use that bear the NAPA Seal be-
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street ,to serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,ark near Marianna, scenic rail- cause these are professional
Jr., plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- road tours on a miniature train at 'quality of triple-guaranteed de.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....... 9:45 A.M. dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Hugh Taylor Birch State Park in abilhe ty available only
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. Joe, Florida, a copy of and file Fort Lauderdale-almost any type that show the NAPA Sign.
with the Clerk of said Court, the
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .--........... 5:45 P.M. original of an answer to the Bill of recreation you can think of.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M. of Complaint filed against him In other parks there are paddle
PRAYE SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M. herein. boats, bicycles, fishing camps, Check today
WITNESS my hand and the offi- snack bars, shuffleboard, tennis and save a
cial seal of said Court at Wewa- big check
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, this courts, souvenir shops, grocery
V O ALWAY W L 17th day of April, A.D. 1967. ; stores, boat tours and a multitude 8,"W8Ao toBrhorrow.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, of other offerings. w-n' -
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor Clerk, Circuit Court The state parks director pointed
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated Gulf County, Florida out that past records show the ST. JE AUT
)4t-4-20 peak tourist season for the Florida PARTS
NOTICE park system to be from May thru PARTS CO., Inc.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: August each year. 311 Williams Ave. Ph. 227-2141
I will not be responsible for any Miller attributed the heavy tour-
debts incurred by persons otherit
KIT C. MASHBURN, SR. the fact that schools are not in ses-
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222 Reid Avenue Next to Thames Jewelry
For the Finest in Shoe Repair and a Complete Line of
MEN'S and BOYS DRESS SHOES
LEATHER and RUBBER BOOTS
LADIES' RAIN BOOTS
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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"
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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967 PAGE FIVE
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Pictured to the
left are three
members of Xi
Epsilon K a p pa
ter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi, who re-
ceived p e r feet
a t endance re-
wards for the
year '66, '67.
They are, Do-
lores Cox, Wan-
dis Scott and
This also is
Greta's f o u rth
year of perfect
Exemplar Chapter's "Girl of the Year"
_-.. : ..-:-- r The Xi Epsilon
A, --* Kappa Exemplar
--: i --"-" ii s,, W .. i Chapter of Beta
...- 4 .. "-* Sigma P h1 i is
proud to an-
nounce its "Girl
of the Year", Mrs.
S51" '.Kenneth Cox. Pic-
trophy at a ban-
ii- quet held at the
Motel St. Joe,
-- Apri 128.
GARDEN CLUB WILL MEET
TODAY WITH MRS. VAUGHN
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will meet today at 3:00 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Dudley Vaughn.
All interested persons and mem-
bers of the club are invited to at-
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
When your doctor
says you need elas-
tic hosiery temporarily
perhaps... or to wear when
- you're standing for long pe-
riods ... or perhaps during
all your waking hours---by
all means, get it right away!
And get it where you know
it will be fitted properly-
elastic hosiery is too munport-
ant to get just anywhere. Let
one of our skilled ten i-
cians carefully select and'
correctly fit the OTC hose
your condition requires -
whether is be the sheerest
nylon two-way stretch va-
riety, standard one-way
stretch hosiery, or OTC's ex-
clusive surgical weight with
controlled two-way stretch.
&-a o 0m,00/1
Mrs. Gay Hostess
To Sorority Meeting
The Xi Epsilon Exemplar Chap-
ter of Beta Sigma Phi met in the
home of Mrs. Wayne Gay, May 2.
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Mrs. Kenneth
Cox and a business meeting held.
Mrs. Bill Brown and Mrs. Ted
Cannon gave an interesting talk
on friendship in Beta Sigma Phi
and installation was held for the
These new officers will take of-
fice at the next meeting: President,
Mrs. Bob Freeman; Vice-President,
Mrs. Gordon Ferris; Recording
Secretary, Mrs. Wayne Gay; Cor-
responding. Secretary, Mrs. Jack
Hammock; Treasurer, Mrs. W. J.
Rish; Extension Officers, Mrs.
Bill Brown and Civil Defense, Mrs.
For Thrift Shop Listed
Anyone who has clothing or
other items to donate for sale at
the Thrift Shop is 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 Hargraves, 648-4766.
Items may be taken to the Thrift
Shop each Wednesday morning be-
tween the hours of 9 and 11 a.m.
Workers for Saturday, May 13
are: Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mrs.
Robert King and Mrs. Dillon
BAND PARENTS WILL
MEET TONIGHT AT 8:00 P.M.
The Band Parents will meet to-
night, Thursday, in the Band
Room of the Port St. Joe High
School. The meeting will begin
at 8:00 p.m.
All band parents are urged to be
Those / 1
on the go 9
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TIJE STAR, Part St Joe, Fla.
PAGE SIX THE STLR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harrison are announcing the engagement
and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Marie, to Gary
H. Fain, son of Mrs. Quincy Hardy of Overstreet and A. H, Fain of
/Titusville. The bride-elect will be a 1967 graduate of Port St. Joe
High School and the bride-groom elect will be employed at :Cape
Kennedy, in Cocoa, Florida.
The wedding will be an event of June 24. Invitations are be-
: ing sent to friends and relatives of the couple.
Mrs. 'Nance Presides
Over District Meet
The Florida Federation of Gar-
den Clubs held a district meeting
Monday, May 8, 4t the Panama
City Beach Garden Center, with
Mis. Ralph Nance, District Direc-
The state officers attending were
Mrs. Carroll 0. Griffin, president;
Mrs. Maurice S. Dillingham, first
vice-president and Mrs, W. T.
Chennel, corresponding secretary.
PortSt. Joe Garden Club mem-
bers attending ,were Mrs. Dayid
Jones, Mrs. H .F. Ayers and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Keith Raf-
field, announce the birth of a
daughter Kimberly Renee, May 5.
Mr. and Mrsm Zebedee Fennell,
209 Avenue B, announce the
birth of a daughter, Candace La-
shawn, May 4.
All births occurred in the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
GOLDEN AGERS TO MEET
The Golden Agers will meet
Monday night, May 15 at the Stac
House. All members are urged to
PFC Leslie Nichols
Stationed At Jax NAS
rine Private First Class Leslie J.
Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les-
lie B. Nichols of 2006 Long Ave-
nue, has completed the Aviation
Electricians School at the Naval
Air Technical Training Center,
He studied fundamentals of elec-
tricity, electronics, aircraft elec-
trical and instrument systems,
troubleshooting and repair of air-
craft electrical parts.
He also received refresher cour-
ses in mathematics and physics.
Henry Lilius Earns
Certificate of Merit
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lilius learned
this week that their son, Henry
has received a Certificate of Merit
for his wholehearted and con-
scientious participation in the Stu-
dent Service Program at Saint Leo
College, Saint Leo, Florida.
This program requires a student
to work four hours a week for the
benefit of the program.
Mr. and Mrs. Lilius were notified
of Henry's achievement by Rev.
Robert V e lt en, Administrative
Vice President of the school.
BETA SIGMA PHI BRIDGE
BENEFIT IS POSTPONED
The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi wishes to an-
nounce their bridge benefit has
been postponed to a later date, due
to conflicting club activities.
RETURN TO ATLANTA
Mrs. Ikel .Magidson and. ,son,
Guerry and friend Buz Bishop re-
turned to their home in Atlanta,
Ga., Sunday, after spending the
week end here with Mrs. lIagid-
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
RETURN TO FSU
Misses Sherry White, Barbara
Lewis and Forrest Van Camp re-
turned to Florida State University
Sunday to attend the first half of
summer school there.
David E. White of Neptune
Beach was the week end guest of
his mother, Mrs. D. E. White and
sister, Miss Sherry White.
VISITORS TO GRACEVILLE
Mrs. D. E. White and son, David
and daughter, Sherry were visitors
to Graceville Saturday, the guests
of Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. A. J.
Crutchfield, and sister, Miss Maude
Lunch Room Menu
Highland View Elementary School
MONDAY, MAY, 15
Macaroni and cheese, snap
beans, apple, carrot and raisin
salad, orange juice, blackberry
pie, white bread and milk.
TUESDAY, MAY 16
Hot dogs, buttered potatoes,
cabbage slaw, chocolate pudding,
white bread and milk.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17
Baked beans, spiced ham, turnip
greens, celery sticks, grapefruit
sections and" cherries, corn bread
THURSDAY, MAY 18
Spaghetti and meat sauce, field
peas, lettuce and. tomato salad,
peanut butter chews, biscuits and
FRIDAY, MAY 19
Fish sticks, steamed cabbage,
grits, potato sticks, ice cream, corn
bread and milk.
Port St. Joe Elementary School
MONDAY, MAY 15
Beef hash, snap beans, celery
sticks, orange j u i c e, cookies,;
prunes, white bread, butter and
TUESDAY, MAY 16
Sloppy Joe on buns, green but-
ter beans, cabbage and carrot sal-
ad, peach pie, butter and milk.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17
Stew beef with brown gravy,
rice, buttered spinach, celery
sticks, banana pudding, white
bread, butter and milk.
THURSDAY, MAY 18
Fried chicken, mashed potatoes,
lettuce and tomato salad, apricots,
white bread and milk,
FRIDAY, MAY 19
Macaroni and cheese, mixed
greens, potato sticks, shredded car-
rots, strawberry cake, white bread
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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967 PAGE SEVEN
Gardening In Florida...
by HERVEY SHARPE den yellow blossoms with maroon
University of Florida guard petals, while Midget Mixed
produce a complete color scale of
Marigolds are like compact cars oduce compete color scale of
-they are getting, smaller and bet-
ter each year. The old favorite Naughty Mariet-
Plant breeders seem to be con- ta now has a dwarf-like counter-
spiring with contractors who build part in the Dainty Marietta. Color-
midget-size houses on pint size lots. wise, both have yellow petals mark-
But regardless of the size of ed with mahogany at the base.
your homestead, the new dwarf ,For those who' like medium sized
marigolds are ideal for sun-drench- plants, try the Crackerjack. This
ed, treeless neighborhoods, or for marigold is only two-thirds as high
sun-bathed spots among trees. asrthe older variety Sunset Giants.
One of the pigmy plants is the Also, they bloom almost three
Fireglow. It sets a -flush of deep weeks earlier. Their color range is
mahogany red blossoms with gold yellow, gold and orange.
colored' centers. The Brownie 'Many new F-1 hybrid marigolds
-Scout, has deep gold petals with are impressive because 'they have
rod touches at their bases. double flowers and set a' heavy
Midget Harmony marigolds fill uniform garden display of long-
their plants with a display of gol- lasting blooms. Most of the hy-.
brids are expensive, but worth a
try. .Hybrids to look for include
Sahara, Sun Souffle and Yellow
Varieties with giant flowers are
best suited for the back side of
the flower bed. Don't plant them
along walks or drives where they
may intrude. All varieties of mari-
golds rate tops as cut flowers be-
cause they last for such a long
time in water. Also, many of the
new varieties do not have the tra-
ditionally objectionable odor.
The small flowered marigolds
make good beds, borders and edg-
ing plants. These dwarfs can stand
crowding, with spacing of four to
six inches ,apart in the row.
The tall giant marigolds demand
at least eighteen inches of grow-
ing space between plants. If these
larger plants are too close they
tend to grow even taller, more
spindly, and are crushed to the)
earth by wind or by rain.
A few other heat tolerant an-
nuals that can be planted now are
cosmos, cypress-vine, rose-moss,
wishbone flower and zinnia.
Wishbone flower sometimes
called summer pansy-is an edging
or rock garden subject that will
withstand heat and succeed with
little attention. It blooms profuse-
ly all summer 'with masses of un-
usual white or lavender, yellow-
Rose-moss is another good edg-
ing plant that can be obtained in
shades of buff,' salmon, pink and
If you are going on a vacation
this summer arid don't want to
plant flowers that will bloom while
you are away, put iii a leguminous
crop to enrich .your soil.
A crop of lupines or cowpeas
will add nitrogen to the soil if,
turned under in late summer or
'Long Avenue Circles
Set Meeting Dates
The Long Avenue Baptist WMU
will meet next week in the follow-
Lota Palmer, Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.
for a covered dish luncheon with
Mrs. T. J. Braxton at her beach
cottage at Beacon Hill.
Edna Horton Circle, Wednesday,
9:30 a.m., with Mrs. Melton Taylor
at St. Joe Beach.
Dorothy Clark Circle Tuesday,
7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey.
early fall. This will add organic
matter to your garden site..
Be sure to inoculate the seed be-
fore planting. Your seed dealer or
county agent can give you informa-
ition' on the, proper inoculant and
how to use it. '
Carl M. Norton Gets
Promotion by Firm
CALHOUN, TENN. Carl M.
Norton, Jr., has been promoted at
Bowaters Southern Paper Corpora-
Norton has been moved up to
control supervisor from pulp and
power process engineer.
Norton is a native of Estill, S.
C., and came to Bowaters Southern
in 1954 from Port St. Joe. He is a
graduate of Clemson University
with a degree in chemistry, and
served in the U. S. Army during
World War II.
' He is married to the former
Betty Sue Watts of Port St. Joe,
daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. T. M.
Watts. The couple live in Cleve-
land, Tenn., with their- three chil-
dren, Susan, Samuel and Scott.
CARL M. NORTON, Jr.
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I I i I II _r O
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
PAGE EIGHT" THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
Mrs. Norma L. .4 r
Cooper 660 Hayes .''..
A v e., Highland
View, is shown
,here with her .
receiving 100 one
dollar bills from
M. F. Kershner; .
General Manager a
of WJOE gadio, .
as the' grand
prize winner of
the."Pot of Gold"
ed by participat- "
ihg. merchants of
tiiss. a ea and
'IJOE. In the
foreground is the
Mrs. Norma L. Cooper Winner of
WJOE's "Pot of Gold"',Promotion
Mrs. Norma L. Cooper of. 660 coach,. padded chaise lounge and
EIayes Avenue in Highland View, chairs, patio table and a combina-
vas the lucky grand prize winner tion patio and beach umbrella.
Af WJOE Radio's "Pot of Gold", Since Mrs. Cooper's, winning
contest. Mrs. Cooper, being the, ticket was registered at Ferrell's
grand prize winner, received $500' Building Supply, the clerks there
n cash and merchandise, includ- receive $35.00 in cash.: for their
ng one hundred brand new dollar efforts.
Anls and a complete outdoor patio The winning ticket was drawn
msemble. The patio group includ- by the Mayor of Port St. Joe,
Ad a deluxe barbecue grill with Frank Pate, on Saturday at noon
:otisserie styled like an old stage in downtown Port St. Joe.
By GILDA GILBERT
BANQUET yearbook plant. At -Paragon.Press
The Junior-Senior Banquet was they will see this year's Monument
held last Saturday night in the being printed. The group will re-
Centennial Building. The Senior, turn- to Port St. Joe Friday night.
song, which was. composed by Ca- Special thanks is given to Mrs.
rol Mapes, was sung by the Sen- Youngblood who is furnishing her
iors. The Senior's Last Will and car, the Wayne Hendrix's who are
Testaments to the Juniors were furnishing a car, which will be
then read. Following this, the Jun- driven by Mr. Voyles, and the gas,
ior song,-composed by Jae Freida and Mrs. Pope Fendley, who is fur-
Joines and Becky Hendrix, was fishingg gas and is chaperoning the
sung by the Jtiniors. To close the trip.
banquet, the Juniors prophesied ONLY 50 ANNUALS LEFT
there of each Senior. It was There are only 50 annuals left
an enjoyable evening- for all- of to be sold,' and there are several
those who attended, hundred people who have not yet
bought their yearbooks. These can
STUDENT RECOGNITION DAY be purchased from any member
Student Recognition Day will be of the journalism class for .$5.00.
held Wednesday, May 17, in the DATES TO REMEMBER
gym from 11:00 to 12:10. During. May 23, Last day for Seniors.
this time all awards will be given May 28, Baccalaureate,
and the Seniors will be introduced. May 30, Graduation.
All parents who wish to attend ___
are invited,. CARD OF THANKS
SPRING BAND CONCERT I would like to express my sin-
The Spring Band Concert will cere thanks to my many friends
ie held Thursday night at 8:00 for the cards and letters I received
?.m. in the high school auditorium. and the prayers offered in my be-
Phe public is cordially invited to half while I was in the hospital in
attend. Atlanta recently, and for the many
TO TOUR PLANT visits during my convalescing .at
The journalism class is leaving home.
:hursday morning for Montgom- May God bless each of you.
ry, Ala., to visit and observe the MRS. C. G. COSTIN, SR.
:all No. 461 Charter No. 14902 National Bank Region No. 6
REPORTT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AT PORT ST. JOE, IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON APRIL 15, 1967 PUBLISHED IN RE-
SPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURREN-
CY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES
1. Cash, balances with other banks, and
and cash items' in process of collection 672,751.38
2. United States Government obligations,
direct and guaranteed 1,071,649.15
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions -- 999,588.45
4. Loans and discounts 2,920,250.67
5. Fixed assets 442,408.04
6. Other assets 50,178.28
7. TOTAL ASSETS 6,156,825.97
8.' Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships
and corporations 2,973,269.28
9. Time and savings deposits of individuals,
partnerships and corporations 181,656.08
1.0. Deposits of United States Government 33,284.63
11. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ---- ---1,580,041.07
12. Deposits of commercial banks 68,749.37
13. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 10,790.28
14.- TOTAL DEPOSITS _..__------------. $4,847,790.71
(a) Total demand deposits' -- -- $3,563,294.00
(b) Total time and savings deposits $1,284,496.71
15. Liabilities for borrowed money 365,000.00
16. Other liabilities 151,553.07
'7. TOTAL LIABILITIES
.8. Common stock-total par value 400,000.00
No.: shares authorized 16,000.
No. shares outstanding 16,000
'9. Surplus 230,000.00
'0. Undivided profits 53,134.25
1. Reserves 109,347.94
12. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 792,482.19
13. TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 6,156,825.97
'4. Loans as shown above are after deduction of
valuation reserves of 7,533.15
I, Walter C. Dodson, Sr., President, of the above-named bank do
hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the
.est of my knowledge and belief.
WALTER C. DODSON, SR.
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
f condition and declare that it has .been examined by us and to the
est of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.
A. L. HARGRAVES
J. LAMAR MILLER Directors
J. C. BELIN
THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967
I Outstanding Response Causes Us to Continue Our
WE MUST MOVE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FLOOR MODELS DEMONSTRATORS SOME SCRATCHED, SOME DENTS -
ALL BRAND NEW WITH FREE DELIVERY. WE BOUGHT THESE AT CARLOAD PRICES SO WE WILL PASS THE SAVINGS
ON TO YOU FOR THESE THREE DAY ONLY!
If you plan ANY new appliances dur-
ing the next six months, you owe it to
yourself to buy now during this fan-
tastic 3 day sale! THE SALE OF
17 CU. FT.
This "17" is actually 16.6 cu. ft.
big yet, it's only 32 in. wide
* Mammoth 154 lb. zero zone freezer
and huge refrigerator section are
100% Frost-Proof. No Defrosting!
* Twin vegetable hydrators
* Deep-Shelf storage door
ALL OUR PRICES EVEN
LESS WITH TRADE
ALL PORCELAIN RANGES
C ._-- f
* Holiday-size oven holds
* 40-inch top adds 350
square inches of recessed
counter space to kitchen..
* Two storage drawers for'
pots and pans.
* Two 8", two 6" surface
336-lb. size gives you
years of food security!
* Famous Meter-Miser for
reliable zero zone cold.
o Rust-resist Porcelain
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* 4 full-width shelves.
4 door shelves.
* 479-lb. size Frigidaire
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o Slide-aside basket;
* Automatic interior
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* New Power Capsule-
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Pe ?7n :_* -
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* Jet Action Agitator gets
* Jet-Away Rinse clears
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* Jet-Spin gets clothes
a Automatic Timer for
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* Gentle flowing heat
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for easy cleaning
* No-heat cycle for
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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1967 PAGE NINE
-JOIN UP WITH RICH'S STAMP REBELLION--
Meat Week at RICH'S
FROSTY MORN BEST
OLD SMOKEY 59c
FROSTY MORN FARM STYLE SPECIAL RECIPE
Roll SAUSAGE lb. 39c
SMOKED PICNIC SPECIAL
Sliced Picnic lb. 36c
Half Picnic-- lb. 35c
Picnic Steaks Ib. 39c
DANDY FROSTY MORN
2 Pound Roll SAUSAGE ----
SMOKED LINK 88C
2Y2 Pounds SAUSAGE
12 OUNCE PACKAGES
U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF SPECIALS
Frosty Morn Choice Frosty Morn Choice Frosty Morn Choice
NO. 7 STEAK Savoy Broil Steak CUBED STEAK
POUND POUND POUND
59c 88c 88c
ALL MEAT POUND Frosty Morn Choice
STEW BEEF POT 'ROAST Ground Chuck
t POUND ROUND 3 POUNDS
59c 59c $1.69
EXTRA GOOD GROUND LEAN
BEEF ------3 Ibs. $1.29GROUND ROUND -- Ib. 69c
COME IN TODAY and TEST-DRIVE OUR...
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Ga. Grade 'A' Large-With $10 Order
1 doz. EGGS FREE
Domino With $10 Order
SUGAR 10- 88c
IGA Qt With $10 Order
U.S. No. 1 Irish With $10 Order
Potatoes 20 ~* 69c
Frosty Morn No. 10 With $10 Order
LARD jug 79c
IGA New Giant Size With $10 Order
May 10, 11
12 and 13
WE GUARANTEE ...
WHY PAY MORE?
When You Can Shop Rich's "NO STAMP" Store
YOU CAN TAKE HOME YOUR SAVINGS
IN COLD CASH!
- GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
Large Slicing BELL PEPPERS and
3 100 CUCUMBERS
BAGS W W
NEW POTATOES Ib. lOc
FRESH YELLOW LARGE EARS
FRESH CORN 6
PILLSBURY (ALL FLAVORS)
DEL MONTE 20 OUNCE BOTTLE
CATSU P--- btl.
RI CE --- 3 b.
Rich's has the largest variety of FRESH VEGETABLES in
this area At Lowest Prices Possible
Home Grown OKRA Home Grown BUTTER BEANS
Home Grown BLACKEYE PEAS
Home Grown BUTTER BEANS, SQUASH
Home Grown "No Strings" (Bushel, $2,90)
TENDER BEANS lb. 15c
PEPPER 4 oz. can 39c
SYRUP ---No. 5 Jar 49c
IGA YELLOW CLING
I LUZIANNE |
TEA and COFFEE SALE! I
Premium Blend White Label
COFFEE ------ b.
Red Label Ltzianne C & C
COFFEE -------lb. 59c
10 oz. 99C
TEA ------4 oz. 29c
Luzianne + '^
TEA BAGS 48 ct. 49c
Luzianne 4% Oz.
100 TABLET BOTTLE REG. 89c VALUE!
BAYER ASPIRIN --- btl.
SHOW BOAT SIZE 2% CANS
PORK and BEANS 4 cans 69c
IGA 25 FOOT ROLLS
ALUMINUM FOIL 2 rolls 49c
BABY FOOD --- 9 jars
_88 oz. jar $1.59
SAVE lie Hollywood Brand
6 for 19c
-- DAIRY SPECIALS -
MIRACLE 6 STICK
MARGARINE __ lb. 33c
Ga. Grade 'A' SMALL
EGGS 32 doz. $1.00
Ga. Grade 'A' Fresh LARGE
EGGS -- 2 doz. 79c
Ga. Grade 'A' Fresh JUMBO
EGGS -- 2 doz. 89c
FROZEN FOODS -
IGA 5 OZ. PKG.
WAFFLES ----pkg. 10c
SEA PAK 14 OZ. PKG.
FISH STICKS -__ pkg. 59c
McKENZIE 24 OZ. PKG.
BABY LIMAS -_ pkg. 49c
SAVE CASH ... NOT STAMPS
SAKLCMHiB IAIIW- o.Xf.pl. nmW.4Mmm. Owned-indR
(Large Bag 29c)
3 for 19c
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BUY SUNBEAM 'BREAD S KED HAM SALE
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2 20 OZ. MY A
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Mother's Day Frozen DISCOUNT SPECIAL!
ALL FLAVORS MORTON'S CREAM
PIES 3 SIZE 88c Shank Portion Ib.
10 Oz. Pkg.
16 Oz. Size
Del Monte-' Vs Cans
TUNA ---- 3 cans $1
Cherokee Halvs-2V2 can
Peaches -- 4 cans $1
Jack & Beanstalk, 303 can
Gri Beans 4 cans $1
Poss 303 Cans
Eloppy Joe 2 for 95c
9 Oz. i Size
3 for $1 O0
BUTT PORTION or
38c WHOLE HAM
Kleenex Asstd. Facial
TISSUES -- 2 pks. 37c
Kleenex Jumbo Rolls
Towels 2 -for 69c
Palmolive Deter., 22 oz."
LIQUID ..-- 22 oz. 55c
Doubt Bleach Cleaner
AJAX 2 cans 29c
CENTER SLICES or
"GOOD TO THE LAST DROP" MAXWELL HOUSE
1 POUND BAG
LIMIT... ONE BAG WITH $10.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
ANOTHER DISCOUNT SPECIAL!
The Premium Pure Vegetable Shortening
nowdri 3 POUND CAN
!k Pf eMIi/ l SHORTEN'
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27 OUNCE CAN
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14 OUNCECANRED, GRAPE or ORANGE 46 OZ.
JOHNSON'S PLEDGE HAWAIIAN PUNCH
2 LB. PKG.
AT REGULAR LOW PRICE
3 cans $1.00
VAN CAMP NO. 2 CANS
PORK & BEANS --- 2 cans 39c
CORN OIL -------qt. btl. 69c
KRAFT'S PURE QUART JARS
ORANGE JUICE --- 2 jars 47c
WHIPPED OLEO 1 lb. 28c
GEORGIA GRADE "A"
3 doz., $1.00
Innn a piI
Piggly Wiggly Blue Ribbon Beef
10 Cubed Beef Steaks
3 Ls $1.29
Effective May 10, 11, 12 and 13
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Whole Slab or Piece (Sliced Free)
FULL QUARTER PORK
PORK LOIN CHOPS
FROSTY MORN 12 OZ. PKG.
ALL MEAT FRANKS
3 FOR $1.09
GEORGIA GRADE 'A'
GEORGIA GRADE 'A'
U.S. NO. 1 ROUND WHITE Limit 10 Lbs. With $10.00 Order
IRISH POTATOES ----- 10 lb. bag 29c
RIPE BANANAS ----- 3 pounds
FLORIDA GRESH 5 POUND BAGS
ORANGES or GRAPEFRUIT ---3 bags
C VINE RIPE
FRESH TOMATOES ------pound 19c
YELLOW' ONIONS --- 3 pound bag
NEW RED POTATOES -- 3 pound bag
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with a nice 546 series. Evelyn had Pacemakers was Laura Sewell with bee doing some mighty fine bowl-
games of 170, 208 and 168. Mary 388 and high game of 144 and Bun- ing with a 470 'series and two nice
Alice Lyons was next with a 426 ny Burkett's 337 with high game games of 172 and 170. Lois gaSmith
series with high game of 155. Car- of 125.had a 425 series with high game of
olyn Donnelly was high for the Raffield's and St. Joe Furniture
Tin Pins with a 432 series and bowled on lanes 5 afid 6, with Chris Kershner was high for
high game of 154. Second high was Raffield's taking three. PeggyI Williams Alley Kats with a 429
Ellen Sidwell with 313. Whitfield's 391 was high series for series, high game of 169. Norma
St. Joe Furniture 1
Williams Alley Kats 1
The Pacemakers ----- 0
Tin Pins 0
MEN'S SUMMER LEAGUE
In order to have four teams this
summer, we had to begin the sea-
Eula Dickey, bowling with Glid5- -------
LADIES SUMMER LEAGUE den picked up the 5-10 and the 161. Dot Barlow was close behind game of 146. son over with four men to a team
LADES SUMMER LEAGUE 5-8-10 splits. Beautiful pick-ups with 383 and high game of 134. | We would like to welcome three rather than five.
The-Gulf County Ladies Summer Brenda Mathes was high for St. new bowlers to the league; Betty On alleys 5 and 6, St. Joe Lanes
League got under way last Wed-! The Big Four, bowling on lanes Joe Furniture with a 397 series Barbee, Becky Walker and Dot took four from Team Three. High
nesday night, with eight teams 1 and 2 won all four from the Pace- and high game of 147. Second high Barlow. Lots of luck, girls. man for St. Joe Lanes was Wayne
scheduled to bowl for 14 weeks., makers. Wynell Burke was high for series was Maxine Smith with 336, Standings W L Smith with a 531 series and high
Bowling on lanes 7 and 8, Glid- Big Four with a 447 series, with high game was 122. Glidden ---------------4 0 game of 222. Jim Sealey was next
den took four from the Tin Pins. high game of 177. Next high series Team number Four bowled Wil- Big Four 4 0 with a 447 series and a high game
Evalyn Smith was high for qlid- was Cutchie Brown with 438 and liams Alley Kats on lanes 3 and Team No. 4 3 1 of 162. Team Three, lacking two
den and was highr for the lanes, high game of 152. High for the 4, taking three, with Melba Bar- Raffield's Seafood 3 1 members, had Robert Montgomery
W LLLIIIU s014 wasnig beres ur ..... -6 -- ---,
Raffield's, with a high game of Hobbs had a 411 series with high
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high with his 485 series and high
game of 173. His partner, Bill
Grape, bowled a 479 series and
high game of 171.
Florida First National won three
from Vitro on alleys 7 and 8.
Temple Watson led Florida First
National Bank with a 547 series
and high game of 193. Following
Temple was Tony Barbee with a
495 series and high game of 177.
High for Vitro was Olen Roney
with a 437 series and a 161 high
game. Second high for Vitro was
Dick Morlock bowling a 407 ser-
ies and a 149 high game.
High overall series was 547 bowl-
ed by Temple Watson seconded by
Wayne Smith with a 531. High
overall game was 222 bowled by
Wayne Smith. Next high was 193
bowled by Temple Watson.
Standings W L
St. Joe Lanes ----------4 0
Fla.| 1st National Bank 3 1
Vitro Services ..---. 1 3
Team No. 3 0 4
SUMMER MIXED LEAGUE
St. Joe Bowling Lanes has a var-
iety of Summer Fun Leagues now
being formed or already formed,
such as The Summer Mixed
League. They have elected' Jim
Sealey as president; Ruby Lucas,
secretary-treasurer and Mary Har-
The league needs substitutes, so
if you are interested in substitute.
ing for a team or on any of the
six teams, please call Jim Sealey
or Ruby Lucas.,
The League -began its season of
play Tuesday night with all six
be's warig a
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le lb. 69c
10 for 99c
3 ears 29c
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Cpl.. James R. Todd
Serving At LeJuene
CAMP LeJEUNE, N. C. (FHT-
NC,-Marine Lance Corporal James
R. Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd E. Todd of Port St. Joe, is
at Camp LeJeune, N. C. serving as
a member- of the Second Amphi-
bian Tractor Battalion, F o r c e
As a unit of the Fleet Marine
Force Atlantic, his battalion's mis-
sion is the landing of an assault
force, transporting troops inland
to objectives and providing logistic
support during landing operations.
His unit is capable of landing
assault elements of four infantry
battalions totalling 3500 men.
As a part of the ready force of
the Fleet Marine Force, his bat-
talion constitutes the major source
of heavy combat support and spec-
ialized technical support for the
Eastern arm_ of the Marine Corps.
teams present to bowl.
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Keels Market
take three and a half games from
Team No. 5. Bowling high for
Keels Market was Hozie Owens
with a 531 series. For Team No. 5,
Ed Charles with a 391 series.
Lanes 3 and 4 Glidden took four
games from Born Winners. Bowl-
ing high for Glidden was Bill Whit-
field with a 546 series and a 212
game. For the Born Winners Mary
Brown was high with a 512 series.
Lanes 5 and 6 where there was
nothing but splits all the time, saw
Team No. 2 take two and a half
games from Team No. 3. Bowling
high for Team No. 2 was Jim Sea,
ley with 472 and for Team 3, Ruby
Lucas with a 494 series.
Standings W L
Glidden Co. 4 0
Keel's Market--------- 3%
Team 2 2 1Y
Team 3 1 2
Team 5 % 3
Born Winners ---- 0 4
PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
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Bag Water Moccasins
These three young men, killed about 57 moccasins in Panther
Swamp last Friday afternoon. They said they stood in one spot:
and killed all of the snakes. Holding some of the "fruits of their
labors", are, left to right, Frank Linton, Homer Atkins and Frank
Whitehurst. --Star photo
Nedley Says Jaycee Teacher Attraction
Program Is 'Beginning to "Bear Fruit"
Robert Nedley told'the Kiwanis week end, showed him the area
Club Tuesday that a program, spon- and as a result, he will teach here
scored by the Port St. J6e Jaycees next year.
to attract new teachers/to Port St. Nedley said that the Jaycees
Joe is working. and Principals are planning a re-
The plan devised by the Jaycees cruiting trip in the next week or
would sell the Port 'St. Joe and two throughout the South using
Gulf County area to prospective the "Sell Gulf County" method of
teachers as a good place to work recruiting new teachers. He said
anid live. The Jaycees launched the that with the recent salary in-
program when they learned by a crease provided for next year by
survey that only nine of the 38 the School Board, they are confi-
teachers leaving Gulf County at dent Gulf's teacher needs will be
the end of the current school year met.
were doing so because of salary. Student guests of the club
Nedley reported that the major- Tuesday were Dianne Wood, Di-
ity of the teachers were leaving anne Goodman and Ricky Thursby.
because of lack of certification, .
personal reasons, quitting the
teaching field, going into service Courthouse,
and various other reasons.
Nedley said that the "Sell Gulf (Continued From Page 1)
County" program has been tried
once on an FSU graduate teacher. ty Commission members by $100.00
The Jaycees invited the prospec- per month. Both now receive $100
tive teacher to Port St. Joe for the per month, but the Commissioners
are also allowed $125.00 per month
in expense money if they incur
this many expenses
We Are Proud to Announce That We Have Secured the
Mr. C. C. Sims
of Donalsonville, Georgia
TO OPERATE OUR PAINT and BODY SHOP
Mr. Sims has 15 years experience in this line of work and comes highly recom-
mended. We invite you to come in and see Mr. Sims, for a Free Estimate of any
body or paint work you might need.
Win A FREE Paint Job
WITH EACH FREE ESTIMATE
You will be eligible to receive a free paint job. This offer good during the
month of May only.
Budget Plan Available
30 Years of Courteous Service to Our Customers
St. Joe Motor Co.
Sales FORD, MERCURY -- Service
322 MONUMENT AVENUE PORT ST. JOE, FLA. PHONE 227-3737
NEW FIRE HOUSES
It was reported to the Board,
that the new fire houses for White
City and Highland View have been
completed by Barrier Builders of
Port St. Joe.
The metal buildings were built
for a total of $17,600.00. The esti-
mate for the buildings was $20,000.
Commissioner Graham noted
that the County had received what
it ordered' in the buildings, but
that he was "not satisfied with the
cost and buildings received."
Commissioner McDaniell report-
ed that he had appeared before
the Gulf County Grand Jury to an-
swer questions concerning the
County's indigent roll. McDaniell-
said that the Grand Jury instruct-
ed the Board to operate the roll as
the law outlines.
Clerk Core stated that welfare
workers have stated the county in-
digent roll has many on the rolls
that do not deserve the aid.
The Board took the position that
if the welfare department would
present them with the names, the
Board, would investigate the claim.
TO CLOSE ALLEY
Attorney William J. Rish pre-
sented a petition prepared by John
McKenzie of Oak Grove asking for'
the closure of an alley behind
Madison Street in Oak Grove.
The Board, agreed to advertise
for any objections before closing
Road Board member, James Lee
of Crestview requested the County
Commission to meet with him in
Tallahassee at 11:00 a.m. today.
The Board member and the Com-
mission will inspect next year's
Secondary Road program and see'
how much money is 'available.
It is expected that they will also
discuss the possibilities if the cur-
rent Legislature realigns distribu-
tion of the Secondary monies.
The regular meeting of the City
Commission scheduled for May 16
will be held May 23, 1967.
The regular meeting of the City
Commission scheduled for June 6
will be held June 13, 1967. The
above changes are necessary due
to planned absences of City Com-
missioners on the regular meeting
C. W. BROCK 4t
City Auditor and Clerk
Dr. Joe Hendrix Will
MIAMI BEACH, May 6-Dr. Jo-
seph P. Hendrix of Port St. Joe
will officially represent the Frank-
lin-Gulf County Medical Society
at the 93rd annual meeting of the
Florida Medical Association being
held here May 11-14. Elected by his
local group as a member of the
state association's House of Dele-
gates, Dr. Hendrix will help de-
cide-along with delegates from
the other 42 county medical socie-
ties-the FMA's policies.
Band Concert May 18
The Port St. Joe High School
Band will present its annual
Spring concert next Thursday,
'May 18 in the High School Gym-
nasium at 8:00 p.m.
Presentation of awards will be
made by the Band Master, Hugh
Jones at the concert.
The publics s invited to attend.
No admission will be charged.
Gospel Sing Friday Night
The Highland View Fire Depart-
ment will have a gospel sing Fri-
day night at 8:00 p.m. at the High-
land View Elementary School. Ev-
eryone, is invited.
No admission is being charged.
The acceptance of applications
from all applicants for positions
of Substitute Clerk and Substitute
Carrier at all post offices listed
under Announcement No. AT-148-
8(67) is suspended effective May
Applications received after the
suspension date will not be accept-
ed unless they are received by
mail and are postmarked on or be-
fore May 16, 1967. The examina-
tion is subject to reopening by the
Board at a later date.
S- Classified Ads -
Are For You..... Use 'em
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom masonry I FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart' FOR SALE: Furnished and equipp-
home on 9th Street with family ment. For couple only. 1621 ed 10x32 'house boat. 40 hp
room, utility room,' large outdoor Monument Avenue. Call 227-2071 Johnson outboard motor. Reason-
workshop and storage, chain link, or 227-7641. tfc-5-4 able and will consider real estate
fence. Call 227-7881 after 5:00' in trade. Also one trailer camper.
p.m. tfc-3-16 FOR SALE or RENT: 3 bedroom Excellent condition. Convenient,
O m, house. Built-in kitchen. Thermo- new gadgets, including electric
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home, lo- Statt controlled heater. Masonry fan, '67 license tag, etc. See Ted
cated on corner lot in nice construction. 1612 Marvin Ave. Frary or phone 227-7461. tfc-5-11
neighborhood. Two carports with Phone 229-1361. tfc-5-11
utility rooms. Phone 227-8021. tfe HELP WANTED: Male or female.
FOR RENT: ..Large 3 bedroom Rawleigh business available in
FOR SALE: One lot left in Beacon house,, unfurnished on St. Joe Calhoun or Gulf Co. Experience
Hill Subdivision. Cleared and Beach. $60.00 month. Available unnecessary. Above average earn-
easily accessible. Excellent for June 1. Call Jim Mapes, 648-3020. ings. See or write Rawleigh FLD-
trailer. $450.00. Terms arranged 100-240, Memphis, Tenn.
by owner. Call Ralph P. Nance, FOR RENT:> 2 bedroom furnished
648-4370. apartments in town. 510 8th St. GARDEN PLOWING and GRASS
FOR SALE: Lots in St. Joe Beach
Subdivision,. 75'x150'. Cleared
ready to build on. In second block
from beach. 25 to select from. $800
to $950. Easy monthly terms. Call
Ralph P. Nance. 648-4370. tfc-4-27
Four bedroom, two bath, 'house
on two lots on Eighth Street. Only
A nice two bedroom, masonry
house just off Highway at St. Joe
Two bedroom, frame, house with
unfinished guest house in rear at
St. Joe Beach. $7,000.
summer cottages available by
week. To sell, buy or rent, contact
JEAN ARNOLD, office located at
Beacon Hill Beach, representing
United Farm Agency. Phone 648-
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
, ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea-
sonable monthly rates. Call 227-
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house, in town. Also 2 bedroom
cottage at Beach. Apply at Smith's
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
nn Palm Rn1puvard and 14th St
CUTTING: Call 227-5026 or see
George Turnage at Standard Oil
FOR SALE: Wurlitzer piano. Lea-
ther- and mahogany. Good con-
dition. Call 229-2906 after 6:00
FOR SALE: Good used plum-
bing fixtures. Also 2 5-gal.
butane gas bottles. Phone
)SE WEIGHT safely with Dex-A-
Diet Tablets. ONLY 98c at
AMPBELL DRUGS. 4t-4-27
RTHRITIS, rheumatism sufferers,
try Alpha Tablets. Relief lasts
r hours. Only $2.49. CAMPBELL
JN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
ckel plating. Guns for sale or
ide. Ammo. Phone 6484045 or
e Red Carter, St. Joe Beach.
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone.
11 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
NCE AGENCY, across from the
st Office. Local and Long Dis-
ace Moving. Free Estimates.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin. Phone 229-2937.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.,
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
WALTER CRUTCHFIELD, H. P.
HOWARD BLICK, Sec.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
iLg second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 11, F. & A. M., every first
.nd third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
T. J. ADKINS, W.M.
221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491 Cecil G. Costin, Jr. Phone 227- AF
FOR SALE: Bill's Grocery in Oak 4311. tfc-3-23fo
Grove. Contact owner on prem- FOR RENT: Business location. 15'x 'DR
ises. 4t-4-20 15' in new, modern, air condi- -
tioned building. Call Helene Ferris Gl
FOR SALE: 6 room house. Large Phone 227-7616. tfc-1-12
front porch. Like new. 2 car pa- Ni
tio. Summer and wash shed built FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with tri
on one side. Hot and cold water fenced yard on 1st)Street, High- sei
throughout. All fenced. Beautiful land View. $30.00 per mo. Phone
shady lot, 50x150 ft. 150 ft. off hi- 227-7771. M(
way 98, for less than price of 2 n
bedroom mobile home. 68, 18th FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice Ca
Street, Apalachicola, oyster capital large 3 bedroom house with A
of the USA. P. 0. Box 683, Apala. screened porch, closed garage and Po
chicola, Florida. 4tp-4-27 utility room. Convenient to schoolsta
Phone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc-5
FOR SALE: New masonry home.
On corner lot. 4 bedrooms, 2
baths, family room, living room,
central heat and air conditioning,
2 car garage and 20x24 utility
building out back. Chain link fence.
Underground sprinkler system and
150' well. Call 227-3671. tfc-5-4
FOR SALE: Immediate possession,
3 bedroom furnished house on
First Street, St. Joe Beach. $60.00
per mo. Also, 1017 Long Avenue
brick 2 bedroom furnished home.
Many fine features. $9250.00. E-X
terms. J. D. Clark.
FOR SALE: Lot on 10th Street. Al-
so motorcycle in excellent condi-
tion. Call 229-3041. 2t-5-11
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, downstairs. 522
Third St. Phone 227-8642. tfc-4-6
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
apartment. $40.00 per month.
1317% Long Avenue. Phone 227-
LISTINGS WANTED: For Rentals
and Sales. St. Joe Beach, Beacon
Hill and Mexico Beach. Elizabeth
W. Thompson, Associate, Earl Tom
Pridgeon, Broker, Mexico Beach
Branch Office, 19th Street and
Hiway 98. Phone648-4545. tfc-4-13
FOR FREE ESTIMATE on ABC
chain link fence call C. W. Long,
229-3851 after 6:00 p.m. tfc-4-6
In Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe
Comforter Funeral Home
are prepared and available pre-printed
and code numbered for our new
computer accounting system
FOR ALL OUR CHECKING ACCOUNTS
Come By Our Bookkeeping
Department and Pick Up Yours
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