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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
ydur home town merchants!
-L --


THE STAR


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalochicola-Chattahoochee Vallev"


TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964


NUMBER 16


County Asks State for

Seventh Cent Gas Tax
The Gulf County Commission
drafted a resolution to be present- *,
ed to the State Road Department KD orrelt ing
last Tuesday night requesting the U |i/l l n
State to allow the county to be the Highway Drainage
disbursing agent for the county The State Road Department
share of the seventh cent gasoline should complete this week or early
tax. next week construction on a drain
At present, 80 percent of this ditch to remove 'water from High-
seventh cent tax is paid to the way 98 in the vicinity of the rail-
State Road Department and 20 per road overpass, such as exists in a
cent to each county in Florida by downpour of rain.
way of road maintenance, perform- An investigation of existing
ed by the State on secondary roads. drainage facilities by the SRD dis-
The 80 percent of the one penny covered that a 42 inch concrete
tax is used to construct secondary pipe installed to drain the area
roads. The county must request, was hampered in its work by the
by resolution, certain road work City's 22 inch main sewer line
to be done in the secondary pro- which ran through the center of
gram, and the state contracts- for the big drain pipe, cutting its ef-
and supervises construction, fectiveness in half.
The resolution passed by the The State Road Department is
County Board asks that the entire changing the location of the big
seventh cent be turned over to the drain pipe to clear the sewer main
county for administration, and allow a full 42 inches of drain-
The resolution makes its claim age for the trouble spot.
on the money by virtue of the During heavy, torrential rains,
fact that the County Board is more Highway. 98 near the overpass, is
familiar with the county's road under water and is almost impos-
needs than is the State Road De- sible for traffic to use.


apartment, and the Board feels that
this familiarity plus the ability to
construct roads cheaper, will pro-
vide more paving service for the
county.


Sheriff Opens Office
In Port St. Joe
The Gulf County Sheriff's De-


Bost Wishos in


A i -- .1- 1.,.


Girl uffe roken apartment will establish its labora- AS tne can ie UU.rl i U VV e age o 3b. They will make
Gi Suffers Broken tory and an office here in Port St. Scouts Entertain 35 their selection based upon the nom- Cablevision Tower
A le in A t Wreck Joe, after the first of the year, it On the old year, our best inee's contribution to community
le In A Wre was announced this week. l, Youths At Yule Party welfare; participation in all-around Work was started and is expect-
Miss Levonia McMullen of High- Space for the Sheriff's office in wishes go out to you community activity; evidence of ed to be completed this week on
lan View wasinjuredwhen hit Port St. Joe has been provided in Troop 47, Boy Scouts of America lasting contribution to community the receiving antenna tower of
land View was injured when hit the CityHall abovethe fire sta- entertained 35 underpriviledged activity; leadership ability; evi- Gulf Cablevision Corporation.
by an automobile, last Thursdaytion. The Sheriff Department's T children last Tuesday night in the dence of personal or business pro- The cable television concern,
night about 8:50 p.m., according tion. The Sheriff .- Department's American Legion Home at a Christ- gress; cooperation with individuals granted a franchise to operate in
to Highways being moved to Port St. Joe and mas party. and civic organizations, the City of Port St. Joe in Novem-
phy. will being available at this lSt. Joe and The Scouts arranged for Santa All nominees to receive this ber, is constructing its tower near
According to Murphy's report, will be availablephone hat ts locayet been Claus to visit the children and dis- honor should be sent to the Jay- the Ward Ridge Trailer Park.
an automobile driven by Jackie A telephone has '.pot yet been tribute toys from his big sack to cees, P. 0. Box 158, Port St. Joe. Crews will begin to lay service
nto TRaffie rd of Highland View turn be by next week and will be pub- all present. The nomination should list the can- cable upon completion of the
Street, made the corner too wide'Ilicized in TheoStar. were served to the children by the past year. Gulf Cablevision's president,
and hit a parkedkinsar belong thng to White's orficelis replacing depu- O a rg members of the Willis V. Rowan Jaycees serving on thp outstand- James Avant, says that it will take
arked car into Mips Meullen. Ithe Sheriff's Department for other G a m k s *American Legion Auxiliary. The ing young man committee are: approximately 90 days to complete
p arked car into Mln s M ullen. athe Sheriff's Department for other American Legion members assisted Bob Storrs, judging committee the system, but that some of the
.Th ?atr _o as. -- the Scouts pid Scout` aster John chairman: Jack Willialms, publicity suI scribers'should begin to receive
tried to take the 'corner too fast T. Simpso)n lo entertaining the committee; Bob Freeman, banquet the cable television service within
causing him to hit the Adkins car Car Hits 'Palm Tree 'In children. committee. 30 days.
which was parked in the edge of White City Saturday -
the Adkins yard.
Both Miss McMullen and Raffield Saturday, December 26 at 10:30 a r n s ^e e
were taken to Municipal Hospital p.m., a 1963 station wagon driven january 3rd ar s victor n all ssee
where Miss McMullen was treated by Malcolm P. Gentry of Port St.
for her broken ankle and Raffield Joe ran into a palm tree at White TALLAHASSEE Hunting of(
for bruises. City inflicting about $200 damages deer, turkey and bear will close in
An estimated $350.00 damages to the Gentry auto. most sections of Florida at one- JC Toys for Tots u rn a wIne n
was inflicted'on both autos. According to Highway Patrolman half ,hour after sunset January 3.
Ken Murphy, Gentry was approach- Ducks, goose and coot hunting will PF iOre t SUCCess Port St. Joe came out the victor All Tourney Choices
NEW YEAR'S DAY SERVICES ing SR71 on Second Street in White close statewide at sunset January last Tuesday night in Tallahassee The Sharks not only dominated
in the Tallahassee Christmas Tour- t hadwo c t, but also took COunty Sets Up
AT ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH City. He failed to stop for the high- 3. Hunting of woodcock and snipe The Jayeee Toys for Tots pro- in the Tallahassee Christmas Tour- the hardwood court, but also took ounty Sets Up
way crossing, crossed the highway will close statewide at sunset Jan- gram this year turned out nam ent.uch high honors in placing all-tourna-
Holy Mass will be celebrated on and hit a palm tree on the opposite 'uary 2. Hunting of quail, and squir- better than expecd.The Jaycees The Sharks defeated the Blounts- high honors in placing alltourna tract for Court
New Year's Day, the Octave of the side of the road. rell will continue until one-half attribute the success of the pro- town Tigers in the finals Tuesday ment selections en the mythical rct fr Uurt
Nativity, at St. Joseph's Catholic Gentry was treated for a cut lip hour after sunset Sunday, Febru- gram to special assistance from by a score of 70-56. The Sharks tournament team. Picked for these
Church at 11 A. M. at the Municipal Hospital. ary 28. other organizations and businesses outscored the Tigers in every quar- honors were Bob Craig, Al Cathey, USe Archtect
---._........ The season for hunting deer, in the city. ter except the last to take the vic- Although the new e BeCountyn andRaCody Weston,
bear and turkey will remain open The Jaycees offer theirthankstory over lontstown. Next Week's Play missAlthough the new County Coilm-
,> .in the Third District until January e .yes offer their thanks x y missioners do not take office until
E17 exception Okaloosa, Walton, Es for assistance from the following: Rndy Weston took scoring hn- During the coming Week, the January 5, the new Board held a
cambia and Santa Rosa Counties Jayceettes, Port St. Joe Lions Club,, ors for the Sharks with 18 points. Sharks will play a two game sche- work session Tuesday night to dis-
where the deer and bear hunting Western Aut6 Associate Store, Bob Craig bucketed 17 points, Jake dule, with onrie of these being at cuss progress on building the new
season closes January 3. No open Campbell's Drugs, Piggly Wiggly, Belin hit for 12 points and. Al Ca- home. Gulf County Courthouse.
S r I I' season on deer in Washington and Rich's Super Market, Eta Upsilon they put 11 points through the nets Tuesday, January 5, the Sharks
I I I Holmes Counties in the Third Dis- Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Cub to lead the Sharks scoring, will travel to Carrabelle. On Satur- Tuesday night's discussion was
r trict. Scouts, The Star, WJOE Radio, This was the Sharks seventh win day, January 9, the Sharks will taken up with drawing up the con-
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY The turkey hunting season in the Port St. Joe High Honor Society, in a row for the season, against one meet the Marianna Bulldogs on the' tract that would be signed between
Fourth District will remain open Highland View Elementary School, loss-against Rutherford in the local court. The Bulldogs defeated the county and the architect.
S Fountil one-half hour after sunset Port St. Joe Elementary School and season opener, the Sharks twice last year by nar-
until one-half hour after sunsetract will provide for
In the morning we will awake to a new year and the end January 28. Gulf Count y Ladies Bowling St. Joe fg ft tp B'town fg ft t- row margins. 6% confee foract will provide for a
of the year past. It hasn't been the best of years, but neither has The third and final phase of League. Belin 6 0 12 M'gom'ry 3 2 requiree the architect and will
it been a bad year. dove hunting closes at sunset Mon- Many Jaycee members spent a Weston 8 2 18 Layne 3 2 8 s competent engineering on heating,
The past year was certainly one of significance for Gulf County day, January 4. great deal of work at night and all Craig 7 3 17 Good 6 4 15 Or. Ha s S eakair conditioning, landscapingand
The past year was certainly one of significance for Gulf County The turkey gobbler hunting sea- day Christmas Eve in preparing Cathey 5 1 11 Goodman 3 7 13 conditing, landscaping and
even with a mediocre financial picture as a whole. 1964 saw the son will open south of State Road for and distribution of the food Lee 3 0 6Guilford 01 1 To Rotary Club houserijobas well as outside court-
moving of the County Seat to Port St. Joe. This should prove a 50 March 13 and close March 28 baskets and toys for the underprivi- Score by Quarters: 1 otry luU inuse job as wel l a s outside en-
spur to Gulf County as a whole. It was certainly thought by the The season north of State Road 50 leged. ort t Joe -- 18 18 22 12-70 gneeng help on structural steel
proponents of the move that it would aid the county as whole and wl oenarc h2 a ose Ar epril Blountstown-- 8 13 16 19-56 Dr. T. S. Harris presented some work for the building.
e f te o r e o ewill open March 27 and close April Christmas thoughts to the Rotary The contract calls for the county
iake for a better economy for everyone. 11. Hunting will be allowed from Will Visit McDonalds Club last Thursday at the club's to provide contract calls for the county
And last week's issue of The Star carried news that should one-half hour before sunrise until Dr. and Mrs. harles Turner meeting. chosen site and to provide for a
Orove of interest to everyone. It was the best "Christmas present" 12:00 noon each day. from Albany, Ga., will spend the Of Frank Gargus Family Dr. Harris told the Rotarians project construction inspector at
Port St. Joe has had in several years. And-we think it was in According to A, D. Aldrich, Di- New Year holidays with Mr. and that Christmas is a miniature of the expense of the county.
keeping with the season for such an announcement to come at rector, Game and Fresh Water Fish Mrs. Frank McDonald. A fire of unknown origin badly what should be the year round. e expense of the county
this time. Commission, Florida hunters have damaged the home of Mr. and Mrs. He stated that man's brotherhood
had a good harvest. Aldrich urges Christmas Holiday Visitors Frank Gargus, 1612 Marvin Ave-to man at Christmas time is an Union Finance Company
L ist week's announcement by the St. Joe Paper Company that hunters to practice courtesy, safety Christmas Holiday Visitors Frank Gargus, 1612 Marvin Ave- to man at Christmas time is an F
they would build a bleach blant into their paper mill here, is' of and good sportsmanship during the Mr. and Mrs. David Dugger, Tal- nue Monday afternoon at about example of how man should behave S r
course, designed to provide better operations for the local mill. final days of this 1964-65 hunting lahassee, visited during the Christ- 4:30 p.m. toward his fellow man at all times. Joins Seaboard Family
This will mean a lot to us for years to come. The period since 1958 season. mas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. B. Gargus told The Star that he was "The Christian religion has ne- a mioy
has not been an easy one, but we have weathered the storm i, A. Collier. in the shower and his wife was at ver failed man", he said, "Man has On or about January 1, Union
somehow. Family Reunion Long Postponed -- the home of a neighbor when he never fully tried the Christian re- Finance Company in Port St. Joe
1965 should provide a good year, financially, for Port St. Joe Mr. S. J. Taylor and his brother Visit In South Carolina heard two sounds g pin the kitchproblem of God" said theligion." going to get a new sign, accord-
and Gulf County. During the coming year, Port St. Joe will have and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Taylor Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lucas spent on the floor. After a short while speaker, "is convincing man of the ager. It will be seen over their of-
going on at one time: construction on the paper mill addition; con- from Cloverdale, Calif,, and his sis- Christmas with their son and fam- he started to come out of the love of God. The coming of Christ fice, and it will read: "Seaboard
strudtion of the Florida National Bank building construction of an ter, Mrs. K. L. McNeill from Pear- ily, Mr. and Mrs. William Lucas ...... .h d .t b t.. .. f ^^_ ,- m -- .. n ... .
~.Iw~x u~.a ULUIU1L uvr U Id~iLII~a jo ma tose, le! uwic Com any." Saor


addition to the First Baptist Church; construction of the new Gulf
County Courthouse; construction of several projects at the schools
and we have it by a reliable grapevine that even more pro-
jects are planned for beginning during the coming year.
,So with our sleeves rolled up, ready to go fo work, we wish
each of you a Happy New Year and a sincere wish that your
- expectations for-the new year are fulfilled.


shower, opened tCe satnroosm oor to E arth was for man to see, feel Finanee Company."
son, Ga., enjoyed Christmas dinner and son, Bill, in North Augusta, and found the house filled with and hear God, and so believe". Mr. Parker says, "We have join-
together for the first time in 61 S. C. smoke. Christmas reminds us of God's ed the coast-to-coast Seaboard fam-
years. Visits n Birmiham The fire apparently started in visit on earth and man's need of ily, which now numbers over 860
Sngam the kitchen; although the source God. branches. Being a part of Seaboard
Visits Daughte r and Family Miss Linda Bass, daughter of couldn't be determined. Guests of the club were Fred means we will be able to serve you
Mrs. J. L. Dominey from Malone rs. James Bass-s visiting friends The house suffered a e v e r e Stanford and Gene Austin of Apa- Ibetter. The same Union staff will
spent the Christmas holidays with and relatives in Birmingham, Ala- smoke damage and a good deal of lachicola and Sparks Jones of' be here to serve you--nly each of
the R. H. Ellzeys. Ibama over the holidays. fire and water damage. Jacksonville. us now becomes a Seaboarder."


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Lack of Access Road Listed As Reason



Park Board Says Work On


Peninsula Park Will Stop
SConstruction for development of summer and fall in clearing land, Iis now prepared for construction
a state park on St. Joseph's Penin- dredging boat harbors, clearing and of facilities, but no road is ava.i-
sula will be suspended very short- laying out campsites and other able to haul in construction mater-
ly, according to N. E. (Bill) Miller, rough work. ials and no definite date for con-
state park service director. Work has come to a standstill struction of an access road has
Work has been going on. all this because of the fact that the area been arrived at as yet.
Miller has notified the Gulf
County Commission of the inten-
S e g in tion to stop work, according to his
Begin Searc office. But, the Gulf County Co:in-
mission reported that they had re-
Sceived no such notification on
For "Young M an O Tuesday night of this week.
The County Commission is mak-
Year C candidates ing progress on securing the road
j4 dbut are not in position as yet to
Year" CLandidates' definitely state when work on the
road will begin.
January 17 through 23 has been their honor of outstanding young The big holdup, up until two
set as Jaycee Week in Florida and man for activities in 1964. Some months ago, has been inability to
will be observed in Port St. Joe. of the rules governing your choice secure a right-of-way from property
Jaycee Week is traditionally the of a nomination are as follows: owners for the road. Right-of-way
JayceeWek in which te outstanraditionally the The selection does not necessar- has now been secured and the
week in which the outstanding ils y have to be a Jaycee. Any young County-Board is seeking to arrange
chosen. T he outstanding youngis man 21 through 35 years of age, is financing for the road. Expense of
chosen. The outstanding young eligible for nomination unless the' such a project makes it mandatory
man will be honored at a banquet nominee became 36 before January that money for construction come
Even Saturday night, January 23. 1 1964. from source other than the Coun-
Even though Jaycee Week is still The judging committee will be ty's Road and Bridge fund.
two weeks off, the Jaycees are now composed of distinguished citizens
soliciting your choice to receive of the community who are now Work Started O
tr tv o f 2 -- y tOn








THT STA-, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964 Flrida Power Announces Insta wi assure thatllation tota power located throughout the company's network. There are now 50 sta-
S* exactly equal to total power beingsystem must be transmitted into tions operating. These connect the
Minutes of The O New A tomat Equipment used customers, and that totalthe dispatching center; control sig- system dispatching center in St.
MinutesofThepower demand is distributed nals which change the output of Petersburg with every power plant,
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION Three components, weighing a patching center in St. Petersburg. among the generating units so that the generating plants are then every major and many smaller sub-
Stotal of almost five tons, of Florida These units were shipped by van fuel is consumed as economically transmitted back to the plants. stations, plus division offices, dis-
Power Coporation's new digitally- from the General Electric Process as possible. Company officials re- All metering and control signals trict offices, shops, garages, and
controlled automatic's new dispatchingitally- from the General Electric Process fer to it as "exact economic dis- will be transmitted over Florida warehouses throughout the com-
ember 22 1964. The Chairman announced that system arrived this morning for ComputerDepartment at Phoenix, patch." Power's microwave communication pany's 32-county service area.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, issued an invitation to all County tions of Florida Power engineers,t one; it will serve as a dispatcher's
met this date in regular session officials to attend an inaugural ball and took approximately 18 months a t
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairmsesan, 11, 1965 at the City Auditorium, 0np e ias to design, program, a nd c0onstr equipment wil sae mres than
W altesGraham, Leo Kennedy andth proceeds to be used for financ- $100,000 a year on fuel costs that
alterP r aham CeoKnet y iand e oceHaydon Burns Scholarship naGreater SaVI The computer element is com- will help to hold down the cost of
Sheriff, Attorney and Mal Kilbourn program. All members were also in-wo units: one weighs electric power production. A dis-
were also present. v"ted to attend the inaugural cere- 3,800 pounds; the other,
monies in alathasseeT n Jnary TALLAHASSEE Do you take 8ds0pou d t oeis, 3,OOP patcher's job is as complex as an
The meeting came to order at 1965monies in Tallahassee advantage of th specials that youpounds. A third unit, the dispatch-air-traffic controller at an interna-
6 Th0 .m eatinggh e tolrderkopened ath 5,1965. advantage of the specials that your er control co's control console, weighs 2500
6:30 P. M., the Cler opened the The State Road Department no- grocer advertises each week? pounds. console weighs 2500locate t heional airport. For example, to al-
meeting with prayer. a tified the Board that Gulf County you don't shop the specials, poun. locate the required amount of
The Neal Lumber and Manufac-could issue a $1,600,000.00 refund- If you don't shop the specials, or This new equipment is designed power among the generating plants,
turning Company presented a bor- ing bond issue pledging the 80% if you buy only one or two of them, to aid the company's system dis- a load dispatcher must consider
row pit easement as heretofore re surplus gas tax for a payment pe- you're missing a big opportunity to catcher in controlling and dis- each generator's efficiency, the
quested by this Board and request- riod of 25 years, but that Gulf reduce our food bill pa er in controlling and dis- each generator's efficiency, the
ed payment in the amount of $100 County now has $725,000.00 in reduce your food bill. tributing the electric power pro- kind of fuel being burned and its
for same. After consideration, there bonds outstanding from the Octo- Buying the specials can save you duced by Florida Power's major costs, the losses associated with
was a motion by Commissioner ber 1, 1959 issue which would be as much as 6 to 10, percent a week generating plants. This new equip- the transmission of the unit's out-
Graham, seconded by Commis- paid off from the $1,600,000.00. on
sioner Kennedy and duly carried pal or sometimes more, says Mrs. ment is one of the most advanced, put to the customers, plus many
that the County pay $100 for said Upon motion by Commissioner Gladys Kendall, marketing special- comprehensive automatic dispatch- other factors.
borrow pit easement when the edy, sec Following resolu- ist, Florida Agricultural Etension ing systems anywhere in the world The digital computer will be'
funds are available. tion was adopted. Service. -and will be one of only seven able to make a calculation in ten! d
ed it resoluf Portion No 3 prequest- RESOLUTION And such a wide variety is offer- such digitally-controlled systems. seconds that would take an expert'
ing that the County request the Whereas, at the present time ed that you can plan entire meals The computer elements will be mathematician almost two weeks,
State Road Department to widen there is collected what is known as around'the specials, hoisted from the van by A. P. to perform with a slide rule.
DuPont Drive and U. S. Highway the third motor fuel tax consist-
98 at their point of intersection so ing of one cent per gallon, which is What's advertised most frequent- Hennessey & Sons, Inc., and will Actually, the digital computer i
as to provide a passing zone. After also known as the "seventh cent ly? Meats, including poultry and be installed on the second floor of will require only ten seconds of
discussion, the Board directed the tax": and fish. And that's a big budget help, the dispatching center. In addition, each two minutes to perform dis- All he bes to
Attorney to prepare a proper reso- Whereas under the present for- o- A the best to
luAttorney to preparnce witha properties reso- mulWhereathis particular tax has four since meat takes about 1/3 of your in order to keep the computer patching calculations The corn-
quest and that same is hereby per cent deducted by the State weekly food bill. equipment at proper operating puter will be kept busy the other you and yours and may your
S In a recent study chuck roasts temperature, a new five-ton-capac- 110 seconds of each two minutes days be full and rewarding[
showed up most often among the ity air conditioning system must by performing mathematics involv-
For Your Convenience meats on sale during a 4-month also be installed. ed in company operations, engi-
We Feature These period. By buying chuck on week- Wiring installation of this new neering, and research prbolems and
end sale, homemakers could have equipment will begin immediately, studies. YPARTM NT
Famous Lines of saved 10 to 30 cents a pound., with testing to follow during the To provide the computer with
SQuality Toiletries So remember to shop specials, first week of January. information for its dispatching cal- WE WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 2
I a~f, for sizeable savings. The automatic load control sys- culation, the readings of 35 meters
DANA PERPUMES Comptroller and the balance is paid
eighty per cent to the Florida State
for women Road Department and twenty per
Ambush, 20 Carats, Taboo. cent to each county in Florida; and
Includes bath powder, per- Whereas Gulf County has no
other source of income to use upon M
fume and cologne, its county roads; and
Whereas it is the considered
QUALIFICATION opinion of the County Commission-
QUALIFICAION DANA for men ers of Gulf County, Florida, based
iupon many years of experience that
Your. druggist's certificate as Canoe, a man's after shave, the County Commissioners are in
aI Registered pharm acist after bath cologne. Made, a much better position to determine
shows that he has passed the the need for roads within the coun-
Florida State Board of Phar- bottled, sealed in France. ty and, based upon actual experi-
macy examination and is quaence, can construct the same for
imay examination and is qual- a fraction of the amount required
ified to dispense drugs. At ENGLISH LEATHER by the Florida State Road Depart- TA1I l -*-
Smith's, two Registered Phar- ment, now therefore, be it i
macists are on hand to serve Toiletries for Men Resolved by the Board of County I
your needs expertly and By Mein Company, Commissioners of Gulf County, ntrodUCO O W O-1 m o
your n e e ds expertly and Florida, that the Legislature will Vn t o0n
quickly. New York provide that each county receive 0OeB 1965
for its road program the total of .
the "seventh cent" third motor fuel design

SMITH'S: PHARMACY This 22nd day of December, A.
:A There being no further business,
2 Registered Pharmacists On Duty the meeting adjourned.
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear Attest Chairman.
George Y. Core, Clerk.
DPE9IWAY-PROVEZ9 for TURMP/KF AFETY

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sister, Mrs. J. C. Odum, and family.


NEED A CAREER?
In just 7 months Alice's Beauty
College can prepare you for a
profitable future.
Q. Why go to Alice's Beauty Col-
lege?
A. The answers to this question
are numerous. To mention a
few:
1. Modern facilities with the lat-
est beauty equipment.'
2. A new total cost of $13S.M
which Ib ludel iltloan text
hooks, beauty kit. etc. Monthly
payments available. #f
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small to insure Individual
training.
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information and interview?
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ALICE'S BEAUTY COLLEGE
ia Mrs. Alice Melton, a mem-
ber of the Official Hair Fash.
S ion Committee of the National
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i Assn. and winner of numerous
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competition. It's your future-
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Next Class Begins.
JANUARY 5th


Miss Sandra Diann Baxley Is Married t(
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il.i M i med Talisman roses. The maid of THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964
o William Milton honor and the matron of honor
carried three long stemmed roses. social hall of the church.
;t Church Miss Wanda Jean Odom at- The receiving line was formed in Bride-Elect Feted
tended the bride as maid of honor the foyer of the church. Mrs. Bax-
Miss Sandra Diann Baxley and and Mrs. Bill Kenneth Bricker of ley wore a floor length gown of At Buffet Supper
William Milton Chafin, Jr., were Quincy was matron of honor. dusty rose crepe with a satin cum-
united in wedlock Saturday eve- Bridesmaids were Miss Elaine merbund topped with a lace over- Miss Dianne Hannon and Edward
ning, December 19, at the First Sherrill, Miss Barbara Whitfield, blouse. She wore matching acces- Smith were honored Saturday eve-
Baptist Church. cousin of the bride, Miss Paula Lov- series and a white orchid corsage. ning at a buffet supper given by
ett, Mrs. Marlin Odom of Panama
The bride is the daughter of Mr. City, aunt of the bride. Miss Julane Mrs. Chafin chose a beige, gold Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fensom and
and Mrs. Elbert Junior Baxley and McFarland, cousin of the bride- and green brocaded taffeta gown Chesley Fensom at their home on
the bridegroom is the son of Mr.groom, was flower girl and was and wore a corsage of cymbidium Sixteenth Street.
and Mrs. William Milton Chafin, dressed similarly to the brides- orchids. The candlelit party rooms were
Sr., all of Port St. Joe. maids. She carried a dainty basket Mrs. James E. Odom, Sr., grand- graced with holiday arrangements
The impressive double ring cere- filled with flowers. Terry Baxley, mother of the bride, was attired of red poinsettias and greenery.
mony was solemnized at 7 p. m. by brother of the bride, served as ring in a pink crepe dress. She wore The buffet table, laid with a cut
the Reverend Bill Kenneth Bricker, bearer. matching accessories and a corsage work cloth of white linen over red,
associate pastor of the First Bap- The bride, given in marriage by of white roses. was centered with white chrysan-
tist Church of Quincy. He is the her father, was radiant in a floor The bride's table overlaid with themums and holly lighted by red
brother-in-law of the bridegroom length wedding gown of bridal white, held a four-tiered cake top- tapers. Silver appointments corn-
Focal point of the church deco- satin. The molded bodice with Sa- ped with white satin wedding bells. pleted the setting.
rations was a large arrangement of brina neckline featured long taper- The cake was flanked by two five- Miss Hannon's blond beauty was
white gladioli, chrysanthemums, ed sleeves terminating in calla branch complimented by an off-white lacy
asters and Queen Anne's lace, out- points at the wrists. The bodice gold pompons and fern. Hostesses wool- sheath, accented with black
lined with an arch of lighted bridal and skirt were enhanced by appli- were Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson, Mrs. velvet.
tapers and floor standards of white ques and embroideries. The long Frank Sisk, and Mrs. Emory Rob- Guests included the parents of
gladioli, daisies and fern. Similar flowing train was attached to the ertsan. Miss Sharon Robertson and the honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
floor standards of flowers and neckline of the dress with a bow. Miss Marie Rhames served" Mrs. Hannon and Mr. and Mrs. John
candles were used in front of the ,Her shoulder length veil of illusion John Miller kept the bride's book. Robert Smith.
piano and organ. Window recesses was attached to a dainty Empress Both Mr. and Mrs. Chafin were The wedding of Miss Hannon and
were accented by burning tapers crown of tiny seed pearls and she graduated from Port St. Joe High Mr. Smith will be February 27, at
nestled in magnolia leaves and fam- carried a white Bible topped with School. Mrs. Chafin is now a stu- St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
ily pews were designated by large white roses. dent at Gulf Coast Junior College.
white satin bows. I The bridegroom was attended by The bridegroom attended. Marion Guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
While guests were assembling, John Miller of Birmingham, Ala., Military Institute and served four Lewis and family during the holi-
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, organist, as best man. Ushers were Robert and one-half years in the United days were Mr. and Mrs. John Al-
played a program of wedding music Majors John Chafin and Robert States Navy. He is now employed ford and son, Richard, from Hunt-
and Mrs. James Caldwell of Quincy Bateman, cousin of the bridegroom, by Michigan Chemical Corporation. ington, Ind., where John is direc-
sang "I Love You, Truly," 'dBe- Marlin Odom of Panama City, For traveling, the bride chcse a tor of financial aid and teacher so-
cause" and "The Lord's Prayer." g ncle of the bride, and Jimmy light brown two-piece suit with ciology at Huntington College, and
Wearing beautiful floor length Goodman. Rusty Baxley, brother of which she wore matching acces- Mrs. John R. Alford from Samson,
\dresses of gold satin, the attend- the bride, and Benjy Gibson serv- series and her mother's white Alabama.
ants preceded the bride to the al- ed as candlelighters. orchid. Mr. and Mrs. Chafin are ______
tar. The Empire gownstyle withere fashioned on Immediately following the cere- now at home to their friends at
the Empire style with graceful money, a reception was given in the Water Drive, Mexico Beach. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
trains topped with bows at the
neckline. They wore circular gold
veils attached to a band of gold
satin and carried single long stem-

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Sunday, January 3


Engagement of Patricia MCCormick
and Henry Reuben Horst 'Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. (Gene) McCormiek of this city announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia
Gene, to Henry Reuben Horst, son of Mr. Eli S. Horst of Brandon,
Florida.
The wedding will be an event of March 28 at the First Church
of the Nazarene. Final wedding plans will 6e announced at a later
date.


Jim Cooper


Motor Company

In Port St. Joe
Is proud to announce that in their con-
tinued expansion of service to their
customers, they are now adding a

Service Manager

to their garage


Mr. Jiml y I


Barfield

has joined Jim Cooper Motor Company
as Service Manager.
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with any problem you may have with
your car.
Just drive into the fully equipped shop
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.

Florida Forest Fire
Record improves
Florida's forest fire record im-
proved 31% over the first ten
months of 1964 as compared to the
same period last year.
According to figures recently
compiled by the Florida Forest
Service, wildfires this year have
burned over 58,705 acres of the
Suhshine State's protected wood-
lands as of October 31.
With 18,236,719 acres currently
under protection, 29%-less than a
third of one percent-have burned
during the period. In the same pe-
riod last year .418% burned.
The 4,382 wildfires this year
burned an average of 12.2 acres of
protected wooldands.
The Forest Service estimates
there are about 2,000,000 acres of
woodlands in the state not under
fire protection. Wildfires on these
lands consume an estimated 20%
annually.
Forest fire protection is a county
option with the county, state and
federal governments sharing the
costs. Collier and Polk counites
voted in forest fire protection last
year, bringing the total under pro-
tection to 53 of Florida's 67 courn.
ties.
Since the state is efitering into
its winter "fixr-geason" mouths,
State For'ter C. M. Coulter re-
quests all landowners planning
controlled burns on their lands to
notify the Florida Forest Service
in advance. Requests for fireline
plowing should also be placed now,
says doulier. "In fact, the cooper-
ation of all of Florida's citizens
is necessary if our forest fire rec-
ord is to continue improving. Let's,
everyone be careful with woods
fires," he says.


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964


The new Winegard Colortron
delivers crisp, clear reception
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SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


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Morning Woirship 11:00 A.M.
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Regular Class Rooms. Heating con- within less than ten (10) days after
nected to new Boiler Room, Elec date of the opening of bis New Concept Home
Legal| A Vl' trical and Plumbing to connect Subcontractors may obtain a
Lega A into existing system. complete set of drawings and spe- Own en hip by VA
Structure to be Block bearing cifications at the cost of reproduc-p w e.
NOTICF TO CONTRACTORS walls, with Porex deck on bulb tion and mailing, the amount of
ADVERTISEMENT R BIDS tees, secured to prestressed key- which is not refundable. ST. PETERSBURG-M. D. Dixon,
a sCashier's check, Certified check
Sealed Bids in Duplite will be stone joist. or Bid Bond, for not less than 5% of the Florida Department of Vet-
,received by the Board of Public Total Area Approximately 2,031 of the amount of the bid, must ac- erans Affairs, states that the Vet-
Instruction of, Gulf County, up to Sq. Feet. company each proposal.
11:00 A. M., Jan. 12, 1965, at which Highland View School: Performance, Labor and Material erans Administration is now recog-
time and place all bids will be pub- Work on this project consists of Bond and Workmen's Compensa- nizing a new concept of home own-
licly opened and read aloud for adding one (1) Regular Class Room. tion Insurance will be required of
the construction of: together with connecting covered the successful bidder., ership when it authorized GI loans
Additions To walkway. Electrical, Plumbing and Right is reserved to reject any in planned-unit developments.
(A) Washington School, Port St. Heating to connect into existing or all proposals and waive techni-
Joe, Florida, Job No. 6413 system. calities. In these developments, the home
0 (B) Carver School, Wewahitcka, Structure to be concrete rigid No bidder may withdraw his bid acquires title to the land on
Florida, Job No. 6415 frames with 9" block exterior walls, for a period of thirty (30) days er acquires title to the land on
(C) Highland View School, High- Total Area Approximately 1,091 after date set for opening. which the house is constructed and
land View, Florida, Job No. 6412. Sq. Feet. Bids will be taken separately, or shares ownership to open land
Washington School: The General Contractor shall fur- as combination of two schools, or
Work on this project consists of nish all labor, materials and equip- combination bid for all three (3). areas with other homeowners in
adding a Science Laboratory, One ment, and shall be responsible for The Board of Public Instruction, the development.
(1) Regular Class Room, Mechan!- the entire completion of the proj- Gulf County, Management of the open areas'
cal Equipment Room. Toilets, to- ect. Wewahitchka, Florida. irrational facilities is pro
gether with connecting covered Plans, Specifications and Con- Norman P. Gross, Architect, and recreational facilities is pro-
walkway. Electrical, Plumbing and tract Documents may be inspected P. O. Box 2207, vided by a Homeowners' Associ-
Heating to be connected into exist- 't the office of the Owner or Archi- Panama City, Florida. ation.
ing systems. Structure to be of tect, and may be procured by Gen- 4t-12-17 Through the assistance of GI
block walls, concrete rigid frames eral Contractors from Norman P.
and roof slabs. Gress, Architect, 423 West Beach CLASSIFIED ADS! loans, Dixon says, VA is etxending
Total Area Approximately 3,266 Drive, Panama City, Florida, upon to veterans the privilege of par-
Sq. Feet. a deposit of $60.00. The full amount Midget Investments That Yield tticipating in this new type of home
Carver School: of the deposit will be returned to
Work on this project consists of each General Contractor who sub- Giant Returns! ownership.
adding two (2) Regular Class mits a bid. All other deposits will
Rooms, Boiler Room and Storage be refunded with a deduction of
Room, also providing new Vinyl- cost of reproduction and deliveryAAIN THE STAR
asbestos tile finished floor, Heating of the documents, upon return of SAY SAW IT IN THE STAR
and Lighting for existing., Two (2) all documents in good condition


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P. T. A. Entertained With Program Presented By Fourth
And Fifth Grades At Highland View Elementary School


The fourth and fifth grades of Highland View
Elementary School presented a Christmas program
for the December meeting of the P. T. A. which
was held in the auditorium on December 17th.
Anita Raffield, fourth grade student, narrated
the program which consisted of traditional Christ
mas music sung by a chorus of fifty-five students,


Soloists in the program were Susanne Gersbacker,
Laurent Courbin, Jane Powell and Dickie Whit-
field.
The program was under the direction of Mrs.
Jo Brown, Mrs. Sherry Hulrbut and Mrs. Joan
Myers. Pictured above is the program cast.


Director Urges Use potane of Kaiser and Historyimes" by Sandie, Famous Cat,
.....afire y Faci*ities i Michael Balfour, the biography of Dies' Buried In Yard
Oflibrary Facilities Wilhelm appraises William a Die; Bried n Yard
J the time and nation that made him Sandie, age four years, passed
By Jane Patton, Director, North- what he was. away December 9, 1964 at 1:30 A.
west Regional Library. Another German war saga of M. with a kidney condition. He was
There are many excellent non-1macaw er significance is "The Ges- born Monday, April 4, 1960, in the
fiction books coming lito the li- tago" by Jacques Delarue. This sig- clinic of Mrs. Valmor 4, Lague, Si-
brary all the time. We strongly nificant work is illustrated with .. -oad, San Antonio, Texas. .ei
urge mature readers to take time photographs, indexed, and provides San Sandie was the son of Tyo
to browse at the main library and a complete bibliography. Cho-Cho and Muffin Bell. Was the
at the branches in Chipley, Wewa- Another of the new "war" books great-grandson of Lord Pinkerton
hitchka, Port St. Joe and at Lynn is the biography of Mussolini. Au- of England. He was sold to a
Haven. "New Book Shelves" are thor Sir lone Kirkpatrick, serving wealthy lady for the sum of $1,000.
maintained in each outlet, and it in the British Foreign Office from Sandie came to Florida at the age
is stimulating just to read the ti- 1919 to 1957, maintained close con- of five months with Alden Farris
tles. It is interesting to skim tact with the people and events. He was seal point brown with deep
through the books and it is broad-, that changed Europe. This volume blue eyes. He was a constant en-
ening indeed to read one or two is also well indexed and illustrated tertainer and companion, lived his
each week. with photos. life out with no acrimony, did not
"Uncommon Valor," edited by New novels include "The Fratri- drink or smoke, used the best of
James M. Merrill, is the story of cides" by Kazantzakis and "The Le- manners even to the commode.
the army told by men who served gend of the Seventh Virgin" by Left to miss the little cattery tricks
in it. Peacetime as well as war-time the ever-pouular Victoria Holt. of a Siamese cat is the family. In-
activities are portrayed with an au- terment was in a small back yard
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FI.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964 'What Does Your
Social Security THE STAR
NOTIM e A You? Published Evrry Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
I"u i .. Ou By The Star Publishlng Company
S We wil be closed Ne- Y Y r's Day and Saturday, what-,doses, "Social Security" Wi.SLEY R.- RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Sd *i ~ lso..Llnotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photobrapher, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
January 2. If you have a pr cription that needs to mean to you? To most workers, Reader, Bookkeeper and Gomplaint Department
said John V. Carey, Social Secur- DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
be re-filled during this time, please have it done be- ity Oistrict Manager in Panama
City, these words bring pleasant I
fore the above dates. C 'tI th s rd r ing p e shte'red as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, dt-the Postoffice. Port St. Joe,
thoughts of retirement in the fu- Florida, under Lct of March 3, 1879.
ture-an income in their golden
We hope this will not inconvenience anyone. years when it is time to take it
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
easier. To others, "Social Secur- ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.5(
A Happy New To All From ity" means peace of mind because
they know that, in the event of an TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
BUZZETTS DRUG STORE untimely death, their families will ve not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
BUZZETTS DRUG STORE have a monthly income without advertisement.
Sthe slightest connotation of "char-
317 Williams Avenue ity." The'spoken word is given vacant attention; the printed woed is thoughtfull-'
t few m r r weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly c
S: But few seem to know, or re- ipces. The spoken word is lost; th printed word remains.
Drive-In Window Service Free Parking member, that Social Security of-
fers another type of protection-
for those who become disabled be- knows that he will not be able to insurance benefits are available in
fore reaching the age of 65, Carey return to work. A delay in filing your Social Security office located
CLASSIFIED ADS! ethodist ay stated. Worker may qualify for appat1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
iAt Tg disability benefits if he meets the an application for Social Security City, Florida. Carey urges that you
Midget Investments That Yield : following requirements: if he hasdisability insurance benefits could it o ca st
forelloingres injury which is ex-hmean a loss of benefits. get in touch with the office and
Giant Returns! Ia igpected to continue for a long and When a disability application is discuss your case with a represen-
MARIANNA-The Marianna Dis- indefinite time; if his condition filed, the name of each applicant tative if you are not working be-
trict Board of Lay Activities, is keeps him from doing any substan- and information about his disabil- cause of an impairment. Since a
again sponsoring a training course tial work; and if he has worked ity is sent to the proper State voca- delay couldod mean a loss in bene-
for lay speakers. This course will under Social Security for at least tonal rehabilitation agency. The fits, do it today, not tomorrow.
gbe held at the First Methodist 5 years during the 10-year period people there will decide if there -
Church of Chipley beginning Jan. ending at the time he became dis- is anything they can do to help him
7, and will continue on each suc- abled. overcome his disability so that he Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bateman
cessive Thursday night through Every day we learn of people can return to gainful work. Many had as guests during the holidays
Jan. 28. Each session will begin at with serious illness or injuries people who do not qualify for dis- Mr. .Bateman's mother, Mrs. D. W.
7 p. m. and end at 9:15 p. m. with who have not filed an application ability benefits are rehabilitated Bateman from Tallahassee, Mrs.
two one-hour periods and a break for disability benefits, Carey con- Else Ruge from Jacksonville and
Sat. 12 :4 p.m. each Thursday night.- tinued. He urged that a person Under the Social Security law a Mrs. Margaret Fraiser from Panama
Sun. ................ 2: make an application as soon as he disabled person is encouraged to City.
Mon.-Fri / 4:4 m All lay speakers or persons de- return to work if he becomes able
Mon.-ri. ---------4: p siring to become certified lay to do so, Carey concluded. A pro-
speakers, church school teachers, teach "The Lay Speaker and His vision is included whereby he may CLASSIFIED ADS!
-- DOUBLE FEATURE -- and assistants, and any or all other Dedication." I work as many as 12 months and Midget Investments That Yield
interested persons are invited to Hughie V. Infinger is district' still receive his disability payments. Giant Returnsi
Thursday, Friday attend and participate in the ses- director of Lay Speaking. Free pamphlets about disability
cad Saturday ... sons.
The second session will be held
at Gulf Coast Junior College in
;Panama City beginning Feb. 4 and
continuing each Thursday through
Feb. 25.
The registration fee will be $2
per person to defray costs of mate-
rials and incidentals. s y .1d
The courses to be offered'at the
I HEY ,HREk first meeting include "The Lay
Speaker and His Field of Service,"
with George Owens of Walton High
S YOgi.8El School as instructor. The second FOR SALE: College campus trans- GOOD USED TV's, Good selection. WILLIS V. ROWAN' POST 11it, .
period will be "The Lay Speaker portation for those who do not From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra- THE AMERICAN LEGIO,, m t 'h
:- nwwthfmfoof and His Preparation," with Herman' have automobile parking permits. dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone ing: second and fourth Tui.naI'
.NMWS DON iJUE $1963. Honda 50. Like ;new condi- 227-4081. tfc 12-17 nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legiut
BUTLER'MESSICK"BENNETT Rooksat Gulf Coast Junior College tion. Completely rebuilt this month. Home. -
LAC J.PAT. HAL as instructor. $A95.00. Phone 227-4611. or see Bob FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- -
BLANC= MA tt At the second meeting the Rev. Ezey. ling at Oak Grove. Also two- R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St. 'Ca
''' Dan Whitsett will teach "The Lay story dwelling on 10th Street. See Joseph Chapter No. 86, R.A.M. OF
Speaker and His Art, and the De- Say You Sao It In The Star Citizens' Fderal Savings and Loan 1st andrd Mon All visitg Of
: ....Associatiof.' -' tfe compamnis weleonw. v
votional Address." The Rev. Charles JOE' "EVANS, High Priest
FOR KIDS, ADULT KIDS Corbitt will teach "The Lay Speak- WANTED: Reliable person to keep JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary W(
9 AND ADULTS ONLY fr,, His Methodist Background and house and care for child. $8:00 FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfur sin
Beliefs." a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday thru Fri-m unfurnish- Ph
The Rev. Grady Moates of Chip- day. Phone 229-4291. ltp ed first floor apartment. Phone
la Junior College will teach "The 227-7761, tfc-l-19 FO
m ola Junior College will teach "The ,r FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with
Lay Speaker, Conducting a Worship large den. Call 229-3542 or call FOR .SALE: Single dwelling, 2
Service," at the third meeting and at 2116 Long Ave. tfc-12-30 bedrooms. Easy terms. Closing RC
Merlih Bryant of Brundidge, Ala., Ext 9 cost only.. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr. .
THE will teach "The Lay Speaker and FOR RENT: Well furnished 3 bed-
\THREE the Use of His Bible." room house at St. Joe Beach.
t he UAse oft His Bible." a si v I Call J. D. Clark at 227-7771. tfe
0 GO E At the fourth and final session
A OU NDK G Dr. Ed L. Hardin will teach "The FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri-
Lay Speaker Exalts Christ," and vate bath. Living room and TV
U T L. C. Hilton of Panama City will l [ room privilege. 528 corner of Sixth
1 aSt. and Woodward Ave. 2tn-30


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OR SALE: Office machine ribbons' FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom
for all popular machines. $1.00 masonry home. Located on Mar-
e Star. Phone 227-3161. vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
man is as near as your telephone. munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
ll 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
? ST. JOE, across from the Post and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
fice. Local and Long Distance
wving. Free Estimates.
0oD WORKS-Screen doors. B ,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen BILL J. RICH, W. M.
.ks madb to .order. P. G. Hart, H. L. BURGE, Secretary
one 648-4223. tfc-2-13 -- -
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
iR SALE: Eegal ruled pads. 25c every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
each. The' Star. 227-3161. at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Photie 229-3366 for
>OM FOR RENT: Call John W. further information or write P. 0.
Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 Box 535.


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH


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SUNDAY SCHOOL
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room house. Convenient to town
and school. Phone 7-8536. tfc-12-30
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
tage with large porch. On St.
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
648-3472. tfc-7-16
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur-
nished and one 3-bedroom fur-
nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom
furnished, :2-bedroom unfurnished
and 1-bedroom furnished houses in
Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's
Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone
227-8642. tfc-12-17
FOR RENT: Business property on
Highway 98. With living quarters
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on
Hunter Circle. See Fennon Tal-
ley. tfc-12-3


FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- 201 Monu
3840. tfc-10-1
FOR RENT: At 119 Third Ave.,
Highland View, 3 bedroom house.
Plumbing, bath, water heater, car-
port. $30.00 month to reliable par-
ty. See Whitfield, '881 Hayes, phone
227-3983 oro write Givens, Crystal
Lake, Fla. (Also want good 250 New
gal. gas tank.) 4tp-12-3
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
Hardwood floors, built in electric
appliances, built in heating system,
chain link fence. 2 years old. For -
informatio call 227-8341. tfc-22
'FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house in
Oak Grove, 615 Maddox St. Chain
link fence around back yard. Con-
tact Bill Sweazy, 227-8677. tfc-1224
SALESMAN WANTED: Are you
looking for a good part-time or
full-time income in Gulf County or
Port St. Joe. Many Rawleigh deal- S u r
ers earn $2.50 and up per hour.
See John E. Hewett, 512 Kraft Ave.
Panama City or write Rawleigh 201 Monu
FA L 100 26, Memphis, Tenn. 2-4 201 Monu
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'PHONES: Day 227-2011 & 229-3611
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., 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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