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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: January 7, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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M6ONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants1


THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for thA Aolarchicolo-Chattahnochee Vrnlflp.v"


NUMBER 17


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1965


TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR


Municipal Hospital


Seeks Recognition

The City Commission was advis-


ed by Miss Minerva MvicLane, iviu-
nicipal H o s p ital administrator,


BAGS BIG BUCK
This picture shows Tony Maige with a seven point buck which
weighed 165 pounds. Tony killed the deer December 31 with a .243
calibre Winchester rifle equipped with telescopic sights. He is a
student at Chipola.



Sharks Take Win


Over Carrabelle
from eight field goals for the :night.
6 In A Row 0 Bob Craig and Jake Belin also hit
in e ,double figures, getting 14
The Port St. Joe Sharks took and 13 points respectively.
their sixth straight win in regular The Sharks completely dominat-
jseason play Tuesday night. The ed the game, out-scoring the Car-
Sharks traveled to Carrabelle and rabelle quinte.At in every period.
-dcfeat.- L"Le ,ludeist on their home St. Joe f gft'p C'belle fg ft 1tp
eourt, 77-45. Belin 4 5 13 Bray 3 0 6
Bill Versiga regained his shoot- Versiga ,9 22 Clemons 1 1 .3
bucketed 22points for the Craig 6 2 14 iBrannon 2 9 13
ing and bucketed 22 points for the Cathey 2 3 7 Rowell 3 5 11
,Sharks, his largest point output in M'c'mb'r 1 1 3 Shultz 2 1 5
several games. Vdrsiga also con- White 0 1 1 Millender 3 1 7
trolled the backboards bringing in Oakes 0 0 0 Carrol 0 0 0
22 rbudSmith, B 0 0 0
22 rebounds. Lee 8 016
Bob Lee, a first year man with Goodman 0 0 0
the Sharks, picked up 16 big points Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe __.. 14 20 17 26-77
Carrabelle _-____ 11 7 10 17-45
The Shark "B" squad ran over
the Carrabelle Jayvees defeating
them 55-13. Tom O'Brian led the
.baby Sharks with 24 points. Larry
Cox hit for 10.


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Paula Lovett

Local Student Honored
in 'Good Citizen' Pick
Port St. Joe High School was
among the selected schools chosen
by the Daughters of the American
Revolution to enter a senior girl
in the State Good Citizen Contest.
The St. Joe High School faculty
chose Miss Paula Lovett, as the D.
A. R. Good Citizen, She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lov-
ett. These nominees are chosen for
outstanding qualities of leadership,
loyalty and integrity.
Paula has an outstanding recoAd
in school and community activities.
During her high school career she
has been President of the Future
Homemakers and Vice President of
Junior Honor Society during the
ninth grade; Historian of the Stu-
dent Council in the 10th; Vice
President of Student Council in the
eleventh, a member of the Junior
play cast in the eleventh. She has
been a member of the Senior Honor
Society for two years, editor of the
school year book, a member of the
homecoming court and Miss St. Joe
High this year.


Saturday's Game
Saturday night should be a big
game for the Sharks. The Marianna
Bulldogs will invade the local hard-
wood to try and break the Sharks
win skein. Both teams have played
Quincy and Chipley and each team
came home the victor by about the
same margin.
Saturday's 'B' game will begin
at 7:00 p.m. with the varsity con-
test to follow.
Next Tuesday night, the Sharks
will travel to Apalachicola to try
and avenge two football defeats
with a resounding basketball win.
Next Friday night, the Sharks will
play host to Quincy.


Phones Installed in
Deputy Sheriff Office
The Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment opened offices in the
city of Port St. Joe this week
upstairs in the City Hall. The
new law enforcement office for
Port St. Joe is above the Fire
Department quarters in the City
Hall.
The Department's Chief Depu-
ty, Wayne White, has moved to
Port St. Joe to take care of the
county law enforcement activi-
ties in the Southern portion of
the county. White, and his fam-

ily, are residing at 1019 Marvin
Avenue.
The new telephone numbers to
be called in Port St. Joe to reach
the Sheriff's office are: office
phone 227-4066 and home phone,
227-9346. If you do'not get an an-
swer at one phone, try the other
number. The Sheriff is offering
24-hour service with the new of-
fice.


School Board


Tuesday night that the local hos- UUtI I eId M SULIUtI oU11 o Uiies
pital will be examined within-the Insta s Mem erf I
next 30 days for an accredited ImLists Areas That Need Improvement
status. Installed to setve the Gulf Coun-
The hospital will be examined ty school system: Tuesday morning The Southern Association of i
for facilities and services by the were Marion Craig, who begins his Colleges and Schools has officially Ct, y a A 0.
Joint Commission on Accreditation first term as superintendent of notified the Port St. Joe High City to pt N
from Chicago in the next few Public Instruction; Eldridge Mon. School that it has been placed on
weeks. ey and Billy J. Rich, who also begin probation for its accreditation sta- Voter Registration.
Accreditation of the hospital will their first terms as members of the tus.
set somewhat of a precedent, ac- School Board. All three officers The notification came in the The City Board voted Tuesday
cording to Miss McLane, as small began a four year term Tuesday. form of a letter to the principal, night to adopt a permanent voter
hospitals usually don't receive ac- In organizational activities, Joe Wayne Saunders, with copies sent registration system, similar to the
creditation. Ferrell was selected chairman of to retiring Superintendent of Pub- system used by Gulf County.
This is the first application the the Board, with Bill Rich named lic Instruction, T. A. Owens, and
local hospital has made for accre- vice-chairman, the new Superintendent of Public At present, prospective voters
ditatinp Instruction, Marion Craig. register in the City books and re-
ditation. ration for the examine In a short business session, the Instructon Maron raig.main there until the lists are purg-
tion the City Board passed on a Board established the office of. ONE YEAR GRACE ed by a re-registration of all voters
Resolution Tuesday night, passed rotting Centralized Purchasing Agency, The local High School was ac- in the City.
Resolution Tuesday nightsettiop with the idea of saving money on credited for the current year at The last such re-registration was
up a set of by-laws for hospital different purchasing methods for a recent meeting of the Southern T s 1959
ration. Ins control over the hospital the Gulf County school system. Association of Colleges and Schools in 1959.
maintains control over the hospital Named to serve in this post was but this accreditation will last for The Board voted on a motion by
placing the responsibility of oper- Thomas A. Owens, retiring Super- only one year, according to the Commissioner John Robert Smith
action in the -hands of an admreserve fr intendent of Public Instruction. notice, unless certain projects are to authorize the City Clerk to or-
trator. The by-laws als rigeserve fo ap- The Board discussed the pro- accomplished. If the recommenda- der the necessary supplies for such
point ssion the medical staff each year. posed kitchen for the Port St. Jee tions have not been realized by a registration system and for the
Standards of accreditation mpan High School lunch room which is the fall inspection of the Asso- Board to begin the legal work to
that a hospital must be properly to be constructed this year. citation, (probably in October), the adopt such a sy w s ystem willtem.
organized, staffed and equipped Bill Spikes and Lloyd H. Pope accreditation status of Port St. Joe Adoption of the new system will
organ ized, staffed and equipped Bill Spikesda Power Corporation of- High School will be revoked, ac- require a new registration of all
and that its activities welfare cond the fered Flo givda Power Corpodration cording to the letter. voters in the City. Such a registra-
ed primarily forthewete of are the fered to give the Board ation of an The letter states, in part: "your tion move should begin within
patient mall-electric kitchen for the lunch school was accredited for the cur- the next few weeks and will con-
-aom. The utility representatives rent year on a probationstatus tinue up until election time for
cDaniel Named also told the Board that as of Jan- probation is definitely a one City Officials in the fall.
McDamell Named uary 1, the Gulf County Schools year status-either the deficiencies With the new system, voter lists
would receive a 20% reduction in are corrected during the year or will be kept current by the mailing
Chairman of Board power rates. the school is dropped at the next of post cards to re-establish regis-
SJoe R. Stricklin of the St. Joe meeting of the Association. tration periodically.
Joe R. Stricklin of the St. Joe DEFICIENCIES LITEn -
The Gulf County Board of Corn- Natural Gas Company offered to DEFICIENCIES LISTED
missioners reorganized for the new make an identical proposal for gas Those needs of the Port St. Joe
year Tuesday morning, swearing in equipment and cost of 'operationHigh School noted by the Associa- Time ow to Make
newly elected Commissioners and for the new kitchen., tion are: Y Nti
hiring department beads for the _____ 1. Four teachers partially out of Your Nominations
coming year.. field.Nomination for the Outstanding
New Commissioners, James Hor- Work Started O New 2. Library too small. YoungMan of the years rapidly
.ton, T. D. Whitfield and Leo Ken- i Ni w 3 Lunchroom too small. drawing near with Tuesday, Jan-
nedy were sworn into office as the Educational Building 4. Shower an dressingroom fa- ry 19 as dear, w ith Tuesday, Jan-
first ordereof business. E n cilities for physical education in-uary 19 as deadline for- ntefing
first o'de" .f business. "-nominations for this coveted hon-
In election of officers, James T. Work has started this week on adequate. aon fo e
McDaniell was re-elected as chair- construction of a new educational Principal Saunders told The Star or among young men.
man of the Board. Leo Kennedy wing on the First Baptist Church that the first of the deficiencies Any citizen may nominate any
was chosen as vice-chairman, in Port St. Joe. The new structure has already been taken care of. Of young man between the ages of
Department heads were chosen is being built to the rear of the the remaining three deficiencies, 21 and 35, inclusive, who in yoar
as follows: present auditorium of the church. plans are already being prepared opinion has made an outstanding
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County Attorney, Wuiiam J. Rish. The George Bellan ,Constructiuon to c>n-ucu>-> a ne .wu ,,..... ,.
Road Superintendent, Llo yd Co., of Panama City, is doing the cility at the high school and ex- the community and county during
Whitfield. construction work on the new pand the library facilities into the the past 12 months.
Mosquito Control Superintendent building at a bid price of $180,000. present library. The library and Nomination forms are available
C. E. DanielL Construction is expected to take lunchroom presently at the High at the Florida National Bank, Citi-
Service Officer, A1b ert T. six months for completion. School are separated from each zen's Federal Savings and Loan As-
Thames. The new addition to the church other by a wall, and plans are to sociation, Buzzett's Drug Store,
Civil Defense Director, A. P.'building will replace temporary remove the wall to expand the li- Campbell's Drug Store, Smith's
Jackson. educational facilities now being brary. Plans should be ready for Pharmacy and the Post Office.
The Board voted three to two used by the church across the street letting bids on this work within a Young men receiving this nom-
not to retain a county engineer, from the sanctuary, which was couple of months. nation in the past were: R. H.
but to contract for engineering completed some six years ago. The fourth deficiency offers an- "Bob" Ellzey, 1960; Wesley R. Ram-
work as it was needed. Voting not There will be 18,000 square feet other problem. No plans have been sey, 1961; Wade Barrier, Jr., 1962;
to retain an engineer were James of floor space in the new construc- made as yet to correct this defic- Charles B. Smith in 1963.
Horton, T. D. Whitfield and the tion which will be two stories in iency and what bearing this will The Outstanding Young Man
chairman, James McDaniell. Voting height. have on the ultimate decision of will be honored and notified of
to retain an engineer were- Leo Architect for the new building is the Southern Association remains his choice at the Jaycee banquet
Kennedy and Walter Graham. J. H. Cauley of Birmingham, Ala. to be seen., on Saturday, January 23,


Board Re-hires Williams
City Auditor and Clerk
City Auditor and Clerk J. B.
Williams was officially re-employ-
ed by the City Commission Tues-
day night.
Williams had left the employ-
ment of the city to accept a posi-
tion as financial director at Titus-
ville, but decided on re-applying
for his old job after a short period.
The Board agreed unanimously
to reinstate Williams to his posi-
tion.

Scott Goes To Lake Butler
As High School 'Principal
Allen Scott, assistant principal
of Port St. Joe High School for the
past year and a half, has accepted
a position as principal of the Union
Count High School in Lake Butler,
it was announced this week by
Wayne Saunders, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School.
Scott assumed his new duties on
January 1.

SHERIFF HIRES A. J. CONNELL
Sheriff B. E. Parker informed
the County Board Tuesday that he
has employed Jack Connell of
Wewahitchka to his staff of depu-
ties.
Connell fills the vacancy left by
the resignation of Jim Barfield of
Port St. Joe.


St. Joe Library Branch Now Open


By Jane Patton, Director, North- outlet are: Monday, 2 p.m. 6 p.m.;
west Regional Library Tuesday and Thursday, 2 p.m. 6
The new St. Joe Branch Library p.m. and 7 p.m. 9 p.m.; Wednes-
of the Northwest Regional Library day, closed; Friday, 2 p.m. 6 p.m.;
System opened to the public on Saturday, 9-12 a.m. and 1 4 p.m.
Thursday, December 31. Mrs. Eliza- Gulf County will be getting two
beth Jones is acting as library as- days bookmobile service each week
sistant there. with Mexico Beach being served on
The new hours for the St. Joe the Tuesday route. Mrs. Evelyn


City Gets New Police Patrol Car
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin is shown above left, receiving the
keys for the new city police cruser from Otis Pyle of St. Joe Motor
Company. ( Photo)


Lumpkin will be driving the book-
mobile there. It is very important
that everyone keep in mind that
this is all the same regional serv-
ice. If readers in Overstreet or Ver-
non, for instance, want informa-
tion on pruning shrubs, or wedding
plans or child care, they can sim-
ply send a postcard to the main li-
brary in Panama City and ask that
the books they want be sent out on
the bookmobile. Mrs. Mollie Shu-
maker is beginning two new Mon-
day and Saturday routes in Wash-
ington County. Routes, of course,
have to be made by trial and er-
ror. It will take a little while be-
fore we know the exact length of
time the bookmobile can stay in
one place and how long it takes to
travel certain distances in the new
Gulf area. As soon as we are able
we will publish the schedule for
bookmobile service and each stop
will be made at the same time and
place every other week. Schedule
changes for Bay and Washington
are being announced this week.
Additional western and science
fiction titles are being sent to We-
wa and Washington County li-
braries today. As these books are
read by patrons they will be re-
placed by new titles. The same
books rotate over the entire region,
giving something new for everyone
each week.


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Board Considerst f

Building Ordinance
The City Board held the first
of three readings of Ordinance
Number 16 Tuesday night, which
regulates construction, alterati on
repair and moving of dwellings
and buildings within the City Lim-
its of Port St. Joe.
The City Commission is current-
ly trying to require proper con.
struction and spacing of dwellings
and other buildings in the City on
a quality and appearance basis.
The City has been falling back
on its zoning ordinance to enforce
and regulate good building prac-
tices in the City. The new ordin-
ance is designed to help give a le-
gal basis for insisting upon good
building practices.
Commissioner Barrier noted that
there was also a need for such an
ordinance on plumbing and elec-
trical work in the city also. The
Board discussed this to some length
but decided not to pursue the mat.
ter on the basis that the City could

tion costs such an ordinance would
need.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


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Of Accreditation Imminent

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1965 A. C. S. Estimates 1,700 New


Bow lin News Cases Of Uterine Cancer in Fla. F"5Ti
,L COU, L., r timated that 1,700 new cases of "Conquer Uterine Cancer" projects
December 16 St. Joe Furniture on lanes 3 and 4. uterine cancer will develop among from Unit offices of the American
"" GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE' Comforter's won 2% games from u a de m f Ui o o t American Church School
December 16 St. Joe Furniture on lanes 3 and 4. MORNING TO R
Everyone had a good time and Florida women. Cancer Society located in eighteen
Ev one had a good time and Sue Moore was high for Comfort- -Methodist Youth
E o go e laveryone hada a gt Although this form of cancer can key Florida cities and listed in the
plenty of good eats last week at Ier's with 457. She had ,160-137-160. w b c i I r!:'-'niniw VWorshil
:the Chistm party The re now be detected in many casesregular white pages of local tele-
WHY I THE NEW the Christmas party. There wereElise Rogers had 435 with a high now be detected in many cases, regular white pages of local tele- le tt dv (We
.*. |Ne6Af 1 *some fine series bowled even game of 168. Cutchie Brown bowl- even before symptoms appear, and phone directories. Where Old Fa
COLORT O4TEE though everybody's hands were ed high for St. Joe Furniture with at a time when it is most curable,
MOSTFO Rr OgL i greasy from chicken and cakes, cames of 178-167-128 for 474 series. some 500 Florida women will not Nol:ca of Annual Meet!ng of Mem-
MOST There was a lot of action on lanes Evelyn Smith added, 443 with a survive cancer of the uterus, or bers of Citizens Federal Say-
TV ANTENNA 1 and 2 as St. Joe Laudry won high game of 177 wmb because they waited too ngs and Lon Association of
CAN BUY ? three games from Glidden. Shirley I St. Joe Laundry won three games mb because they waited too t t. Jo.
Whitfield led the Laundry and won from Nedley's on lanes 5 and 6. ong The Annual meeting of members
$5.00 for bowling 91 pins over herhirey Whitfeld was high bowler The information, obtained from of Citizens Federal Savings and Crner Third St. and
average. She rolled a fine 466 se- for the Laundry with 364. Mary the 1965 issue of the American Can- willbe held on Wednesday, Janu-
Sries with games of 143-119-204. Whitfield had 361. Eula Dickey cer Society's "Cancer Facts and ary 20, 1965, at 2:C0 P. M., EST., SUNDAY SCHO
SJulia Morris bowled high for Glid- bowled high for Nedley's with 382. Figures" booklet, also comments in the cfftce of the association at SUNDAY SCHO
den with 395. This is well over her Joe Brown added 326. that the death rate for cancer 401 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, Flor- MORNING WOR
THaverage and she won $2.00 for it. ida, for the purpose of electing di-
T E SEC ET average and she won $2.00 for it. Florida National Bank won four shows a stead decline. Although it rtors for the suing term and EVENING WOR
I .' Florida National Bank and Ned. games from Glidden on lanes 7 has been reduced almost 50 per to transact any other business BAPTIST TRAIT
THE I- I ley's split for two games each on and 8. Joy Nell Davis was high for cent in the past 25 ears, it could which may legally come before said. PRAYER MEE
ELECTRONIC lanes 3 and 4. Norma Hobbs bowl- the Bank with 461. She had games be reduced much more-if every meeting.
AMPLIFIER T AT edhigh for the Bank with 465. Thi of 175-164-122. Connie Kirkland woman would have a "Pap" detec.. Signed: C. J. STEVENS, JR. "Come a
bMAGNrFIE IT was 75 pins over her average so had 426 with games of 149-129-148. tion test made as part of an annual
St G L 5 < she won $3.00. She had a high game Julia Morris rolled 269 for Glidden or semi-annual health checkup. Citizens Federal will close for
business at 12:00 O'clock Noon on
IG AL -5007o of 193. Myra Hodge was high for and Patsy Stores had 268. The "Pap" test is based on the Wednesday, January 20th, 1965, in -.. ...
OR MORE* Nedley's with 402. Team Standings W. L. microscopic study of cast-off cells order to hold annual meeting of You Are Cordially
St. Joe Furniture won four games St. Joe Furnieure .- 48 16 which are shed normally by living members.
The new Winegard Colortron from 13 Mile on lanes 5 and 6. Eve- Comforter's ----------43 21 tissue. The technique is relatively -
delivers crisp, clear reception lyn Smith was high bowler for St. St. Joe Laundr --- 32 32 simple. It can be done without even CLASSIFIED ADS! A
to your TV ... even on weak Joe Furniture with 486. She had Florida Bank ---------28y2 35% the use of a local anesthetic and Midget investments That Yield
distance, more channels. So games of 143-186-157: Mary Brown Nedle's 27 37 ca nbe handled b most family phys- Giant Returns!
powerful you can have TV Irolled 477 with games of 158-165- Fae's 27 37 icians. 'Corner Lo
antenna plug-in outlets in 154. Wynell Burke had a high game 13 Mile 26 38 A spokesman for the Society's l NIDAY SCHO
every room. Priced froxi of 193. Donna Ward bowled high Glidden 24 39Y Florida Division said that in 1965 rni W shi
$64.90. for 13 Mile with 432 with games continued efforts will be made to ning \E N WOshi
SEE OR CALL of 140-154-138. FATHER OF LOCAL RESIDENT alert more women to the import- EVENING WOR
Faye's Drive-In won three games DIES AT TUSCALOOSA, ALA. ance of having "Pap" tests made BAPTIST TRAIl
SURPLUS SALES OF Ifrom Comforter's on lanes 7 and Funeral services wor John L. in an effort to help save more lives. PR 'IAYER SR'\
8. Zela Adams had 441 for Faye's Dickey, age 62, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., He pointed out that women's clubs
ST. JOE 'and Faye Gardner had 355. She who passed awa suddenly Decem-'aiad groups could organize "Con- VISITORS
Phone 229-3611 picked up the 5-10 split. Sue Moore ber 26, were held Monday, Decem- quer Uterine Cancer" projects pat- REV
201 Monument Ave. was high for Comforter's with 461. ber 28. turned after the campaign conduct- REV
Elise Rogers had 425. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. ed among the 300,000 membership Air Cond
Team Standings W. L. John L. Dickey, Tuscaloosa,, and of the General Federation of Wom- \.-- -. .n
St. Joe Furniture -----45% 14Y three sons: John Calvin of Port St. men's Clubs. 0
Comforter's 41% 18y2 Joe, and Paul and Reuben of Tus- Women's clubs and group. :0D IAY YOU
jf lij S\ L, St. Joe Laundry 20 31 I caloosa. throughout Florida, he said, are in-
iOfrO 0 Faye's 27 33 I Interment was in the family plot
Nedley's 26 34 at Vance, Ala. u .. ......-
Florida Bank _--------24V 35/21 Mr. Dickey had been a resident
Glidden 24/ 35% of Port St. Joe in the earl 1940's.
13 Mile 22 387
\\\^ December 30 CARD OF THANKS
^ I V13 Mile won four games from We wish to thank each friend ----I .-
Faye's Drive-In on lanes 1 .and 2 and neighbor wor the beautiful
last week. Donna Ward led the vie- floral tributes, covered dishes, and m
tors with a 450 series. She had kind expressions of sympathy ex-
i games of 136-127-187. Dana Rose tended to us at the death of our ,
had 427 with a high game of 184. loved one, Mr. W. C. (Buck) Byrd.
Omie Rose rolled a 170. Bennie It was deeply appreciated.
/ 3-t-7f9 Hunter bowled high for Faye's with The Family of -
346. Zela Adams added 343. i .. W. C. (Buck) Byrd., N1-1._. -- -


BAPTIST CHURCH


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C. Byron Smith, Pastor


9:30 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
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6:15 P.M.
7:45 P.M.


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SHIP 5:00 P.M.
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WCE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
ALWAYS WELCOME
1. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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MAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
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Rotary Members

Present Program
The Port St. Jo'e Rotary Club
program chairman, Bob Vervaeke,
tested the extemporaneous think-
ing and speaking ability of club
members last Thursday in a "home
grown" program.
On several occasions Vervaeke
has thrown such an assignment to
Rotarians with surprising results.
Appearing on the program Thurs-
day for two minute talks on as-
signed subjects were: Pete Mifler,
Bill Tapper, Bill Buzzett, Jimmy
McNeill, George Suber, George
Tapper, Roy Gibson, Mark Tomlin-
son, Max Kilbourn, Chauncey Cos-
tin and Bob Vervaeke, who was call-
ed upon by president Chauncey
Costin.
President Costin appointed a
nominating, committee at last
Thursday's meeting consisting of,
Dr. Wililam Wager, Dave May and
Ed Ramsay. The committee will se-
lect .candidates for the Board of
Directors who will be elected to
begin service in July.
President Costin told the Club
that Port St. Joe led the District in
attendance during November, with
a perfect attendance record for the
-entire month.
Guests of the club were: Buck
Chauricey, Bill Buzzett and Gene
Austin, all of Apalachicola.


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Sun. 2:45 p.m.
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January 13

'mnvi ition To A

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Miss Linda Sue Roberts Married to

Edward E. Wood On December 19


St. Joseph Historical Society Reports

On Regular Meeting of January 2nd
At the January 2nd meeting of mittee was made by its chairman,
the St. Joseph Historical Society Mrs. Browne. Report is as follows:
those present were: Charles Smith, President, Mrs. Charles Browne;
President, Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs. Vice President, Mrs. Hubert Brin-
William Howell, Mrs. Hubert Brin- son; Program Chairman, Mrs. Ned
son, Mrs. Bernard Pridgeon, Mrs. Porter; Recording Secretary, Mrs.
Ned Porter, Mrs. Charles Browne, Charles Smith; Corresponding Sec-
and Jesse Stone. retary, Mrs. Tom Alsobrook; Treas-
The meeting was called to order urer, Mr. Bill Howell.
by the president at 3 p. m.- at the Report of nominating committee
home of Mrs. Charles Browne. Min- was accepted and upon unanimous
utes were read and approved. vote were declared elected as of-
A committee of Charles Smith, ficers for 1965.
William Towell and Jesse Stone The next meeting will be a din-
was appointed to secure old brick ner meeting and the new officers
from old St. Joseph from Jimmie are to be installed. Jesse Stone was
Costin and store in a safe place for appointed to try to secure Dr. Hale
,+... m.. ;i qf _T..-..I n, -m^.... Smith of Florida State University


President Smith read correspond- as guest speaker. The meeting date great Captain Scott, 512, but were
ence to Congressman Bob Sikes in will be adjusted to accommodate just not quite able to overcome
reference to the old British settle- the guest speaker, the balanced attack of the 13 Mil-
ment on the Peninsula. Mrs. Brin- The meeting adjourned and Mrs. ers. Al Jensen was high for his
son presented replies to above let- Browne served coffee to the mem- team with a 540 series.
ters, from the Library of Congress, bers. With both teams bowling below
revealing available information on Jesse Stone, Rec. Sec. their average Vitro was able to
the area during this period, men- take three points from the Raiders
tioning St. Joseph Bay and a settle- MRS. J. H. AULTMAN HOLDS and drop them from the top of the
ment here located at 85 deg., 39' OPEN HOUSE AT OAK GROVE ladder. Joe Richards, 505, Jim
west longitude and 29 deg., 45'. Faught, 502, and Vergil Daniels,
north latitude. This excerpt is from Dpring the holidays, Mrs. J, H. 498, led the Raiders. Danny Mad-
"Spanish America" by R. H. Bonny- Aultman of Oak Grove held open dox, 499, and Jack Myers, 491, led
castle and was published in 1818. house in her home at Oak Grove. the Vitro team.
The city of St. Joseph, as we know The out of town visitors were, Mr. Michigan. Chemical swept four
it, was founded in 1835. A study is and Mrs. W. W. Aultman, Mr. and points from St. Joe Lanes. Grady
to be made to determine if this lo- Mrs. Jimmy Aultman, Mr. and Mrs. Dean headed his team which saw
cation will coincide with the loca- Joe Reese Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. all members either matching or
tion of the English ruins found on Floyd Bryant of Blountstown, Mr. bettering their average. Wayne
St. Joseph Peninsula. Bonnycastle and Mrs. W. D. Aultman, Mr. and Ernst and Wayne Smith, 543, led
lists this town as among "the towns Mrs. M. J. Autman of Panama City, the Lanes team. By winning the
of most importance in West Flor- Mrs Mary Davis of Albany, Geor- four points the CheChemical boys
i ,," gia, and Mrs. Robert D. Crisson 'of moved un a nntch in the tatnrdinf


Miss Linda Sue Roberts, daugh- length veil was attached to a peau Report of the nominating com-
ter of Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd G. Rob- de corte pillbox. She carried a
erts of Nederland, Texas, became purple-throated orchid centered on
the bride of Edward E. Wood, son St J Women
of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wood of Port a white Bible. St. James W omen
St. Joe, Florida, on December 19, The maid of honor wore kelly N
in the First Methodist Church. Dr. green peau de soie designed simi- Name Offi,.ers
Thomas S. Harris officiated. larly to the bride's accented by a
Given in marriage by her father, rose at the waist. Hr veil was at- At a recent meeting of thd Wom-
the bride chose Miss Rose Mary tached to a matching flower. en of St. James Episcopal Church
Randle as maid of honor and ,Miss The junior bridesmaid wore a the following officers Wvere elected
Sarah Ann Roberts was junior princess dress of identical. color. for 1965: President, Mrs. Robert
bridesmaid. Mr. Jerry Barnes serv- Her headpiece was a tailored bow Faliski; Vice President, Mrs. Nor-
ed as.best man and Master George of matching material. ton Kilbourn; Secretary, Mrs.
McLawhon, Jr., was junior usher. Both attendants carried red vel- Charles Stevens, Jr.; and Treasurer,
Honorary ushers were Mr. James B. vet muffs trimmed with sprigs of Mrs. Tom Alsobrook.
Roberts of this city and Mr. Leo holly. Mrs. Faliski has appointed the
Birgenheir of Panama City. Following a reception in the following committee chairmen to
,The bride wore a street length, church hall, the couple left on a assist her in the work of the church
dress of empire style fashioned trip to Panama City. They will re- for the coming year; Christian
from peaude corte with lace bodice side at 1505 Monument Avenue 'in Education, Mrs. Paul Fensom; Wor-
and calla lily sleeves. The shoulder Port St. Joe. ship, Mrs. Richard MsIntosh; So-
cial Relations and Isolated Fami-'
Presbyterian lies, Mrs. ilas Stone; Mission and
Presbyterian Supply, Mrs. Charles Stevens, Jr.;
Promotion and Publicity, Mrs.
Women of hurch Clyde Fite; Personnel, Youth and
Wo e .IfI Ch'r College, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr:; Pe-
riodical, 'Mrs. Clifford Arbogast;
n M meeting Guild of the Christ Child, Mrs. Nor-
So ton Kilbourn; United Thank Offer-
The organization of the Women3 .ing, Mrs. Fead Etheridge; Altar,
of the Presbyterian Church met ". Mrs. Henry Maige. The officers and
for the general meeting at the committee chairmen will be in-
church, January 4 at 4:00 p.m. *:: H stalled during the month of Janu-
Mrs. H. A. Campbell opened the -:W. ary.
meeting with prayer. St. Margaret's Guild were hos-
Mrs. J. R. Smith and Mrs. S.. tesses last week at a Pantry Show-
Brown were in charge of the pro- I er, held at the home of Mrs. Rich-
gram. The theme of the program ard McIntosh, for the Rev. and Mrs.
was the world-wide responsibilities Henry Hoyt, who will soon take up
of Christian women. The program residence at the St. James Rectory
was in the form of a discussion on Hunter Circle. All Women of
play between four characters. The the Church participated. St. John's
Presbyterian women have many Mission at Wewahitchka placed a
opportunities during the year to D-,r C Darnall new refrigerator in the rectory as
contribute to foreign missions in -oUUk -S LarnailI their participation in welcoming
its vairous phases. ag ement the new Priest and his wife to this
Mrs. S. R. Brown, secretary, was En g m nt area.I
in charge of roll call, offering and At the January meeting of the
minutes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks of Oak Women plans were completed for
Old and new business discussion Grove, Port St. Joe, wish to an- the Annual Parish Covered Dish
followed with special emphasis on nounce .the engagement 'and ap- Dinner meeting to be held January
"Christian Action". Mrs. R. M. preaching matriiage of their daugh- 11. At this time yearly reports, will
Spillers chairman of this commit- ter, Melba Jo. Brooks, to Kenneth be given, three Vestrymen elected,
tee made plans towards the month- Paul Darnall, the son of Mr. and delegates to the forthcoming Dioce-
ly project for Christian action. Mrs. Louis Dkrnall of Franklin, can Council meeting in Pensacola,
The group prayed together at the Louisiana. Wedding plans will be later this month, will be. chosen,
special prayer time for 'those in announced at a later date. and the Rev. Henry Hoyt and his
various needs suggested by the + wife, Mary, will be officially wel-
niemilbers. Mrs. W. K. Settlemire SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR comed by the parish.
led in'prayer. _____________________ ,
Plans were made for the January
circle meeting. The hostess will be
Mrs. H. A. Campbell and the meet-
ing will be on Monday, January 11
lat 4:00 p.m. I N 11 1 q


The devotional was on prayer
and how much we miss by not ap-
proaching the Lord for daily guid-
ance as well as our daily needs.
How much more joy and peace we
could receive from a prayer of
praise and thanksgiving.
The closing thought is a quote
from Dr. M. R. DeHaan: "Begin the
day with prayer and you will end
it with praise."
Mrs. R. M. Spillers closed the
meeting with prayer.
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OLIVER HARPER PROMOTED
BAPTIST REVISED HOSPITAL


Oliver Harper, M. D., who has
been an Intern in Baptist Revised
Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., for
the past six months, has accepted
the appointment of Residency
there, effective July 1, 1965.
Oliver and his wife, Virginia, live
at 999 Monroe, Monroe Towers,
Memphis, Tenn.
SAY YQU, SAW IT IN. THE. STAR


Baltimore, Maryland, and Mr. and Standings W. L.
Mrs. Waylon Graham of Port St. 13 Mile Oyster Co. ......40 24
Joe. There were present also five Richards' Raiders -------39 25
grandchildren and six gretat-grand- Vitro Services ----------37 27
children. Michigan Chemical Co. _-31 33
St. Joe Bowling Lanes __27 37
Say You Saw It In The Star Scott's Strikers ---------18 46


T;-E STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.



Bowling


News
13 Mile took four points and
moved into first place, the Raiders
dropped three and fell to second.
This was part of the action that
took place Monday night. High se-
ries for the night went to Grady
Dean with a 555. He was followed
by Wayne Ernst with a 548. High
single games were Danny Maddox,
203, and Al Jensen, 201.
13 Mile took their four points
from Scott's Strikers. The Strikers
bowled pretty good. led byv the


Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carmel
Thursday of Mexico Beach an-
nounce the birth of a son, Ernest
Charles, December 29, at the Mu-
Snicipal Hospital.


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1965
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruce and
sons visited with Mrs. J. F. Daniells
over Christmas holidays.
Arnolds Visit Relatives Here
Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Arnold and
son from Lexington, Ky., visited
recently with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Arnold and Mr. and
Mrs. John Dickey.
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Visit Parents Here
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Alligood from
Baltimore, Md., visited recently
with Mr. Alligood's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Alligood.
R. H. Brinsons Have Guests
Visiting the R. H. Brinsons dur-
ing the holidays were Mr. and Mrs..
Robert Bedwell and son, Keith,
from Montgomery, and Mrs. Leo
Browne from Irwinton, Ga.
Mrs. James Daniells and Jimmy
and Betty were guests of I\rs. J.
F. Daniells over the Christmas holi-
days.
GOLDEN AGERS TO MEET
MONDAY, JAN. 11, 7 O'CLOCK
The Golden Agers will meet Mon-
day, January 11, at the Florida
Power Loungs at 7 o'clock.
An installation service will be
held to install the new officers.
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Survey Shows A

Declineof Smokers
JACKSONVILLE A survey of
Florida physicians by the State
Board'of Health at the request of
the Florida Committee on Smoking
and Health shows that .45 per cent
who have 'smoked at one time or
another have stopped; 25 .per cent
never have smoked and the re-
mainder smoke.
Questionnaires were sent to 5,-
864 physicians and 3,467-60 per
cent-replied. Two hundred return-
ed replies after the tabulation was
Completed nd were not included. -g
Half the physicians said they had
advised all patients to stop smok-
ing; 45 per cent said they had ad- M to C m
vised patients with specific health St. J e Motor Comp
conditions to stop. f lc u
Despite the fact that 30 per cent Barnett of Sylacaug
smoke, 97 per cent said they con-
sidered smoking-a health hazard. .St. Joe Motor Company an-
Of the physicians who smoked, 25 nounced this week the employ-
per cent said they smoked less than ment of Bud Barnett as service
a pack a day; 35 per cent one pack; manager of the repair shop of
28 per cent two packs; the re- the motor company, Ford agents
mainder more than two packs, for Gulf County.
Seventeen per cent said they had Barnett comes to Port St. Joe
quit smoking in the past year; 27 from Sylacauga, Alabama. He has
.per cent because of scientific evi- three and a half years experi-
dence of harmful effects; 11 per enc3 with Chrysler products;
cent for lack of satisfaction; 20 per 'eight years experience with Gen-
r-cent for self-discipline; the re- eral Motors products, and seven
mainder for other reasons. and a half years experience with
These facts were elaborated on Ford products.
in an article in the current Journal St. Joe Motor manager, Otis
of the Florida Medical Association
by Dr. Charles F. Tate of the Uni- Weekend Visitor
versity of .Miami School of Medi- Mrs. Calvin Musselwhite from
cine, chairman of the Florida Corn- Nashville, Tenn., visited with
mittee on Smoking and Health; and friends during the weekend.
Dr. Jas. E. Fulghum, Jacksonville, ___
secretary of the committee and di- CASIFIEn ADS
rector of the State Board of CLASSIFIED ADS!
Health's, Division of Chronic Dis- Midget Investrents That Yield
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any Employs Bud

a As Service Mgr.
Pyle says that Barnett comes to
Port St. Joe highly recommend-
ed. He is a specialist in motor
tuneup and front end work.
Barnette, his wife Louise and
daughter Debbie are now resid-
ing in Port St. Joe at 1505 Monu-
ment Avenue.
Edward Tullis, a veteran with
St. Joe Motor, is serving the
company as head mechanic. Tul-
lis is shown above left, welcom-
ing Barnett to Port St. Joe and
to St. Joe Motor.

'Noties Mailed This Week
Are 'Not From Phone Co.
Several businesses have receiv-
ea notices in the mail during the
past week from the Southrn Clas-
sified Directory Co.
Several have had the mistaken
implication that this is billing for
telephone directory advertising.
It is not.
The St. Joseph Telephone & Tele-
graph Company says that all ad-
vertising in telephone directories
are billed on the-telephone bill and
not under separate cover.
The notice is apparently an at-
tempt to compile another directory
of some sort, and hoping for con-
fusion with phone directory adver-
tising to gain customers.
Tennessee Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowlin and
children of Savannah, Tennessee
were visiting this week with Mrs.
[Bowlin's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
,zel Levins and family.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, fla, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1965



THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Willams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Qperator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


Florida Garden Notes...
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida are past. Planted earlier, rose
Agricultural Extension Service sprouts may get nipped during pe-
.Some folks say that pedal-push- riods of low temperatures.
ers are garments that bring out Water newly planted roses at least.
natural beauty. So, take this tip once per week if rainfall is short
and begin pushing for azalea pet- and be ready to spray or dust to
als if you want to adorn your gar- control black spot disease as soon
den with natural beauty, as the bushes sprout.
The long warm spell during De- To control this fungus disease
cember is causing early azalea that shows up as black lesions on
bloom. Therefore, plan now to dis rose leaf margins, try one ounce of
play the petals that did survive by Captan along with a few drops of
preventing azalea flowerspot. This a wetting agent, in four gallons of
beauty-killing fungus can reduce e A he at I eve
a magnificent display of blossoms dapresentervals when black spot is
into a slimy mush almost overnight, present.
intoha slmy mus amst oe If you want gladioli for Easter
The first sign of the disease is I yo w g
Th firstesignofd the dis or Mother's Day, plant them by the
small water-soaked spots on the last of Jaary. Plant groups of
flower petals, says Dr. R. S. Mullinlacorms every two weeks from now
pathologist with the Agricultural until warm .weather .and you'll
Extension Service. Then, a day spread your flowering season of
later, the blossoms collapse into a the tall-stemmed blossoms. Be sure
mass of slime t eat.the corms before planting
You can prevent the fungus from to reat the corms before planting
ravaging your blossoms this spring before planting to prevent discorms
with a spray program of thiram or
zineb. Begin the spray applications eases. Treat corms by sh containing
when the early varieties begin to them in a paper bag containing
show color. Repeat the spray three Spe ard citrus growers should
times a week during color season inspect-trees for red spiders, pur-
If you are thinking about buying pe and six-spotted mites and other
some camellias, now is the time to ie and six-spotted mites and oweather
select the varieties you want --
select the varieties you want For control, the stand remedy is
while they are in bloom. To see the For control, the stand remedy is
flowers at their Sunday best visit DN spray-one teaspoon to a gal-
a camellia show and make a list of f water. The clear a th gar-
the varieties that strike your fancy. gene
Then it will be easier to make up gestiour tablespoons to
your mind on whAt to buy when Sulfur spray, four tablespoons to
you visit the nurserynd on wht to buy whegallon of water, will kill rust mites
yo ist the time for planting or and give you clean, bright fruit.
transplanting. Here are a few point- However, if you believe that russet
ers to remember. There is a defi- fruits are sweeter than clean fruit,
nite relationship between trans- then delay the spray applications
planting and pruning roots and until you are sure that the fruits
tops-each should be done care- have the correct amount of injury.
fully. The root system of any plant ItalianRye. or other winter tem-
should approximate the top in vol- porary grasses planted six weeks
ume; therefore, the tops of plants or two months ago will need a lit-
should be reduced in most cases. tle more fertilizer now to keep
Conifers are the exception growing. Apply 15 to 20 pounds of
they need not be pruned. 6-6-6 fertilizer per 1,000 square feet
The bare-rooted plants are hard- of lawn.
est to make live when shifted to a
new location. Balled and burlapped Visits Parents
plants usually suffer very little in Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norton and
the\ transplanting process and it is children from Cleveland, Tenn.,
almost impossible to have anything and Mr. and Mrs. Oakland Ard and
but a gaeen thumb if you transplant children of Jay, attended the wed-
a shrub from a pot or a can. ding of their brother, Thomas
Regardless of the type of root Martin Watts, Jr., and Miss Jan
system you plant, be sure to settle Tew, December 28, in Panama City
these underground parts with a and visited with their parents, Mr..
soaking-good supply of water. and Mrs. T. M. Watts, Sr., i Port
The planting schedule also in- St. Joe.
eludes roses. When planted in Jan-
uary, rose bushes will not sprout
,generally until after frost dangers | ,


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Loans
Loans on Savings
Accounts
Real Estate Owned --..--.--
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Stock in Federal
Home Loan.Bank .--..
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Banks
Furniture, Fixtures and
Equipment, less
Depreciation
Other Assets


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virces. The spoken word is lost; th? printed word remains.






LOUISE'S


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Clearance Continues



All Better Ladies DRESSES, SUITS,

COATS and ALL SPORTS WEAR

EXCEPTIONAL VALUES for CHILDREN

JUST ARRIVED!


LILLI ANN COATS


HALF PRICE


Reg. $99.00 Value NOW $50.00
Ideal for Easter

See The


$1.00 GRAB TABLE


$2,619,983.96

43,032.73
9,327.66


31,000.00

685,420.89


7,062.62'
25,916,81

$3,421,744.67


abilities


Savings Share Accounts ....
Other Liabilities '
Deferred Income
General Reserves:
Federal Insurance ........
Contingencies --..............
/ Federal Income Tax ....
Earned Surplus


$3,225,448.36
155.00
4,765.77

126,659.23
43,772.01
2,820.46-
18,123.84


$3,421,744.67


This Statement of Condition of Citizens Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Port St. Joe, Florida .is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief. CHARLES J. STEVENS, Jr., Mgr.

SAVE BY THE 10th --- EARN FROM THE 1st


Citizens Federal Savings & Loan



Association of Port St. Joe
Port St. Joe, Florida


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1965E VESG arbroken roots. a saucer of earth about the plant
THE^ S* Port oe 96 PRESSED FLOW ER PICTURES G ardening in Florida ""Tt "a1 c:l..ska hae
SBBe sure the planting holes are to hold water.
large enough to accommodate the When the rose bushes begin ta
I gal ^ *. -- By Harvey Sharpe, Editor, Florida move it to a depth of 15 inches and roots without crowding. In the ot- leaf out, keep an eye out f dis-
.: ... :'" "' ^ ** "Agricultural Extension Service replace with compost of rotted tom of each hole drop a handful eases such as black spot brow
Roses and mothers-in-law are leaves, manure and rich hammock of garden fertilizer and cover light- I canker and powder mildew In-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS oftenn sticky subjects. But remem- soil. For best growth, be sure the,ly with top soil. Dip the roots of sect pests that may harm the
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ber, without either-this would be replaced material is quite acid. each plant in a bucket of waterI bushes will include aphids, thrips,
Sead Bids in Duplicate will be a dull, drab world. Many sandy soils in south Florida just before planting. Insert the new pumpkin bugs, cottony cushion
Oftend both haveutobbethandledncontainhtoo
received by the Board of Public Often both have to be handled contain too much lime for best rose bush so that the root system will scale and rd
Instruction of Gulf County, up to with "gloved hands," but if they production, say University of Flor- stand at the same level that it Your county agricultural agents.
11:00 A. M., Jan. 12, 1965, at which are treated properly both will ida rose specialists. stood in the nursery row. will be your best source of infor-
time and place all bids will be pub- bring enjoyment to home and the Choose an overcast day for With a slow stream ofwater io oncontrolling these insects
licly opened and read aloud for grden. y a sow stream of water nation on controlling these insects
the construction of: garden. planting. First check the plant from a hose, work the soil about and diseases. Ask him for Bulletin
Additions To P rSince gardening is a safer sub- carefully and cut back the bush to the roots, filling the hole to the 180, "Roses in Florida."
(A) Washington School, Port St. ject than domestic affairs, here are ______ '_ _
Joe, Florida, Job No. 6413 a few tips on roses.,However, you
(B) Carver School, Wewahitcka,
Florida, Job No. 6415 might keep in mind that a dozen
(C) Highland View School, High- roses and a few kind words often
land View, Florida, Job No. 6412. ". soften the damage of a domestic
Washington School: tiff
Work on this project consists of tf I D rin k
adding a Science Laboratory, One Roses come in two main classes,D r n
(1) Regular Class Room, Mechani- Linda dries and presses flowers from her summer- garden to dormant (are oots) and container
cal Equipment Room, Toilets, to- make pictures which help her keep her garden all winter. grown. The dormant rose plants
gether with connecting covered are graded number 1, number 11/0
walkway. Electrical, Plumbing and are graded number 1, number 1se 2 \
Heating to be connected into exist- Linda likes summertime and finds that a good way to stretch and number 2 based on size and
ing systems. Structure to be of summer into winter is to dry and press the flowers from her gar- number of canes. Grade number 1
block walls, concrete rigid frames den and 'make them into pictures. With these on the walls of her is best. /
and roof slabs. bedroom, she can dream of last summer's garden and next summer's Container-grown rose plants are
Total Area Approximately 3,266 garden with no trouble at all. ora Fac No. an I
Sq. Feet. Linda waits until the middle of the day, when the sun has dried "Florida Fancy No. 1" and "Flor- I
Carver School: the dew, to pick the flowers she intends to dry. She removes theM ida Fancy No. 2." Plants which do' '
Work on this project consists of leaves from the stems, because they do not dry well at all, and not conform to standards for one &.
adding two (2) Regular Class places the flowers between layers of paper toweling, coaxing them of these grades are not eligible for
Rooms, Boiler Room and Storage to lay flat as she does so. \ ti yl.da d "l J
Room, also providing new Vinyl- On top of the flattened flowers she places one or two big, thick any Florida grade label. The best
asbestos tile finished floor, Heating books. These weigh enough so that they press the flowers flat, if quality rose plant obtainable is a
and Lighting for existing. Two (2) they are left on top of the blooms for a day or two. "Florida Fancy" I container-grown THE BESTTASTING
nectedar to new Boilemsr Room, Elec- By that time the flowers are also partly dry. After removing the plant with Rosa fortuiana root- ILK IN OUR TOWN!
trical and Plumbing to connect books, Linda movesthe paper towels with the pressed flowers on MILK IN OUR TOWNk
into existing system connect them to a safe place and lets them dry -for a week more. Then For those who lack a definite Drink milk at noon for
inshe's ready to make pictures. s g For those who lack a definite Drink milk at noon for s
Structure to be Block bearing A frame, perhaps from the dime store, perhaps from an old ple.- green thumb, try tle potted stock
walls, with Porex deck on bulb ture that no one wants, a piece of cardboard that fits Into.the as these plants are almost sure to a refreshing lift. Try a
tees, secured to prestressed key- frame, some glue, a piece of cloth or paper for a background, and live. lass today it's so-0
stone joist. theflowers are all that Linda needs to make pictures. Varieties to plant can be arob gass
Total Area Approximately 2,031 arranges the flowers on the background cloth,or paper to toiepT O lant can b prob- .' nutritious.
Sq.Highland Vie w School: form bouquet, using spike flowers or grasses at the top and lem. Old-fashioned favotes have
Highland View School: wounded flowers nearer the bottom. advantages over the newcomers. 1
Work on this project consists of whea she has them arranged as she likes, she lifts them, one by These include such roses as Louis
adding one (1) Regular Class Room, one, and puts-tiny dabs of glue underneath where the stems were, Phillippe, Summer Sunshine, Moth-
together with connecting covered then replaces them one by one, pressing each onto the glue. ersday and Queen Elizabeth, ,
walkway. Electrical, Plumbing and After the glue has dried, she slides the cardboard backing under Sit
Heating to connect into existing the picture,-places the frame with Its glass over the picture andl S
Structure to be concrete rigid cardboard, then turning the whole thing upside down, she uses Plant roses for cut flowers in a CHOCOLATE MILK
Structure to 9 be concreterigid little nails called brads to hold the picture in, place. separate cutting garden, because the kids e with
STetl Area Approximately 1,091 Linda loves to look at her pressed flower pictures and her friends they're far from handsome if prun- Delight the kids great th
Sq. Feet. ask her to make some for them. Wouldn't you like to try making ed properly, covered most of the after-school snacks!
The General Contractor shall fur- them too? time with protective fungicides and
nish all labor, materials and equip- denuded of flower buds daily. ORANGE JUICE
ment, and shall be responsible for r -& 'Select a site in a sunny location-A G UI
th entire completion of the proV- ,` c Oice of W h etr in Live'te'"edrnacatwn Lp-smacking good! Full of vita-
act. In the event the bed is located near Lip-smacking good! Full of vita-
Plans, Specifications and Con- o B c large plants, protect the rose the "sunshine vitamin."
tract Documents may be inspected bushes from marauding roots with m C, the "sunshine vitamin."
at the office of the Owner or Archi-as of metal roofing buried
taeOthmwenr tt B COVered By Social Security bushes from marauding roots with
tect, and may be procured by Gen- a sheet of metal roofing buried EGGS, BUTTER, CREAM
eral Contractors from Norman P. Ministers, Christian Science prac- 1963 for some of these ministers, vertically along the side of the bed. HALF & HALF, BUTTERMILK
Gross, Architect, 423 West Beach Ititioners and members of religious A few ministers have been pay- Prepare the planting site prior
Drive, Panama City, Florida, upon ing the Social Security self-employ- to securing the rose bushes. If the Complete Line of Dairy
a deposit of $60.00. The full amount orders who have not taken the vow the Social Security self-empoyto secung the rose bushes duct
of the deposit will be returned to o porty are the only people who ment tax year after year but have soil is loose, light and sandy, re- product .
each General Contractor who sub- never filed a valid waiver certifi-
mits a bid. All other deposits will have a choice in the matter of pay cate (Form 2031) with the District church organization who is inter- '
bestrefundedo with a deduction ofve ing Social Security taxes, John V Director ef Internal Revenue, Carey ested in having the church minis- ,
of the documents, upon return of Carey, District Manager of the Iindicated. If you have been paying !ter obtain Social Security credits
all documents in good condition Panama City Social Security Office. Social Security self-employment should bring this matter to the at-
within less than ten (10) days after 'aid toda'. All sch individuals tax on your income as a minister, tention of the minister, Carey con-? W'
dubontrhactorningm obtain a must elect to have their income you should check your personal eluded. Full details on this im-
complete set-of drawings and spe- from their religious duties covered records to make certain that you portant subject are available at
cifications at the cost of reproduc- by Social Security before April 15, have copy C of Form 2031 in your your Social Security or Internal .*
tion andmailingtheamount of 1965, if they want Social Security possession. If you cannot locate Revenue office. The time is short,'
Cshi r'chec Certied check coverage. your copy C, you should file a -April 15, 1965, is the deadline.
or Bid Bond, for not less than 5% Social Security credits may be waiver certificate (Form 2031) with The Social Security office of this
of the amount of the bid, must ac- gained by these individuals through hj District Director of Internal area is located at 1135 Harrison L
company each proposalnd material the filing of waiver certificate Revenue prior to April 15, 1965. Avenue, Panama City, (telephone Phone 639-2356 Wewahitchka, Fla.
Bond and Workmen's Compensa- (Form 2031) with the District Di- Anyone connected with any 763-5331).
tion Insurance will be required of rector of Internal Revenue, Carey
the successful bidder, added. Once this waiver form is
Right is reserved to reject any
or all proposals and waive techni- filed, the minister fill be covered
calities. under Social Security as a self-:
No bidder may withdraw his bid employed person for any years in'
for a period of thirty (30) days which he has a profit of as much -
after date set for opening.S.
Bids will be taken separately, or as $400 for the tax year. The minis-
as combination of two schoQls, or ter who files the waiver must con-
combination bid for all three (3). tinue to pay the Social Security
The Board of Public Instruction, self-employment tax year after
Gulf County,
Wewahitchka, Florida. year, but if it is not filed before
Norman P. Gross, Architect, April 15, 1965, that individual min-
P. 0. Box 2207, ister will have for ever lost his
Panama City, Florida. right to Social Security credits
4t-12-17 from his income as a minister.
Individuals who have not filed
Form 2031 will be able to gain So-
cit Security credits for any tax
years after 1961 in which they had
S 6 6 as much as $400 profit as a minis-
ter, Carey continued. Of course,
amended tax returns may be neces-
cary for the tax years 1962 and

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Ga. Grade "A" and'B"

FRYERS.S
Leg and Breast Quarters

Ga. Grade "A" Fresh Whole
FRYERS lb. 24c


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2m


Ga. Grade "A" Cutup Tray Pack
FRYERS lb. 29c


'KiIMii PORK SMALL TENDER COPELAND'S BEST -12 Oz. Pkg.

Spare Ribs lb. 39c Franks 2 pks. 69c


DUBUQUE PURE PORK- ROLL

SAUSAGE


BALLARD or
PILLSBURY


HENDERSON or


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imt Bag with
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Dubuque's Fine Flavor Sliced Ends and Pieces


Ib. 29c


Can 8C


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MARCAL
PAPER NAPKINS -----80 ct. Pk. 11l


POUND PACKAGE
JIM DANDY GRITS----- 2 for 17c
TALL CANS a
PET MILK----------- 3 Cans 43c

Fresh Produce
FIRM H-IADS

LETTUCE 2 heads 29c
4 LB. BAG EATING

APPLES bag 45c
FIRM RIPE


lb. 17c


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Henderson or Domino
SUGAR
5 lbs. 29c
With $10.00 Order
Jitney Jungle,
CATSUP
14 oz. O10c
BAKERITE
SHORTENING
3 lb. can 29c
With $10.00 Order
CHICKEN
Gizzards Ib. 29c
Livers Ib. 49c
Ga. Grade 'A" and "B"
Breast and Leg Quarters
FR YER
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box 69c


Ib. 19'


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Cooking Oil


89c


KRAFT'S
MARSHMALLOW MINIATURES 10/2 oz. Pkg. 23c
KRAFT'S
PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE -- 8 oz. Pkg. 31c


Maxwell House Lb. Can


COFFEE 49c
Limit 1 Pound Can with $10.00 Order or More.


Harrell's Grade "A"
EGGS -...


Large
doz.


39c


Shasta Canned
DRINKS -5 for 43c


Sott I Uncle Ben's Quick
TISSUE-4 roll pkg. 33c | RI C E --11 oz. 37c
22 Oz. Jar Ala. Girl Half Gallon Jug Dad's
SWEET RELISH -.37c ROOT BEER --- 49c
FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS
Hi Acres Fresh Apalachee Bay
Orange Juice SHRIMP
6 Oz. Cans f 10 Oz.
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1 Can Touch and Clean
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2 LBS. MIRACLE MARGARINE
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Row On Row Of Quality Meat


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ROW ... ON ROW ... ON
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GUARANTEED BY A&P!


A&P inspectors in the new
Jacksonville Meat Plant in-
spect newly arrived ship-
ments of "Super-Right" Qual-
it meat. When the have fin-
ished, the meat will be stored
in refrigerated rooms under
strictest control until it is
read to ship to our local
A&P. And when the are satis-
fied, they'll stand back and
unconditionally guarantee
every pound to be "Super-
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agree or can't make up
our mind you'll get your
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tions. You can bet that A&P
inspectors know good meat
and will make sure that you
get it! Shop A&P, today.


Heavy Western Boneless Heavy Western Bone In
Chuck Roast, lb..-69c Shoulder Roast, lb. 69c


Heavy Western Boneless
Shoulder Roast, lb. 79c
Heavy Western
Chuck Stew, Ib. -- 59c
Heavy Western
Chuck Steak, lb. .-49c
Newport
Roast, lb. 59c


Super-Right All Meat, Lb. Pk.
Sliced Bologna ---49c
Super-Right Endless, Lb. Box
Pure Pork Sausage 49c
Cap'n John-10 Oz. Pkg.
Fish Sticks, 3 pkgs. $1
Cap'n John
Perch Fillets, lb. box 39c


"Super-Right" Western Beef-Bone In-(Boneless Chuck, rolled and tied, lb. 69c)


CHUCK ROAST
"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF BONELESS


SWISS STEAK


FRESH, FIRM, RIPE

STRAWBERRIES

3 Pints $1.00
Large, Crisp Iceberg
LETTUCE -----2 heads 29c
Fresh, Tender
POLE BEANS --__ lb. 12c

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Cream Style
Golden Corn --5-1-lb. cans 99c
Pineapple-Grapefruit
Drink Qt. can 23c
1-Qt., 14 Oz. Can
Tomato Juice 29c
Cut
Green Beans ..5-1-lb., cans 99c
Garden
Sweet Peas .2-1-lb. cans 45c
Beef Stew 1..-lb., 8-oz. can 47c
Potted Meat_2-3 -oz. cans 19c
Deviled Ham ...2-3-oz. cans 35c
Sloppy Joe Beef, 15/ oz. can 59c
Sloppy Joe Pork, 15'-oz. can 59c
Special! All Flavors 1-Qt., 14-Oz.
Hi-C Drinks -_--- 3 cans 89c
Special! Jane Parker Delicious
Pecan Pies -1-lb., 4-oz. 49c
Buy 4, Get 1 FREE!-Ann Page Sparkle
Puddings, 5-3'-oz. pkgs. 33c
,Special! Minute Maid Frozen
Orange Juice__6 oz. can 29c


Gerber Strained
Baby Food, 6 jars 65c
Clorox Laundry
Laundry Bleach, qt. 23c
Ajax
Detergent, 1-lb., 4 oz. 33c
Ajax 14 Oz.
Cleanser o.........2 for 33c
Ajax Liquid 10c Off
Cleaner, Pt., 12 oz. 59c
Fab 8c Off
Detergent, 3 lb., 1 oz. 71c
Euper Suds-2 lbs., 8 Oz.
Detergent ---------........ 59c
Sandwich Size
Baggies -.-----.. 50's 29c
Action
Bleach, 1-lb., 6 oz. 79c
Mrs. Filbert's
Margarine, 2c Off, lb. 27c
Small Whole Pickled Lb.
'Aunt Nellie's Beets 25c


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Grits .......--....-1V2 lbs. 19c
Pillsbury Buttermilk
Biscuits ---........8 oz. 10c
Sego Liquid 10 Oz.
Diet Food ....3 cans 89c
Dole Sliced 8V2 Oz.
Pineapple ..-...2 cans 39c
Dole Pineapple
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Cat Food ...-12 oz. 27c
New Formula
Instant Pream, 7 oz. 49c
Uncle Ben's
Rice.... 1-lb., 12 oz. 55c
Hormel 15 Oz.
Chili with Beans ......-33c


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Prices in this ad are good through
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Game Commission Says Sportsman

Had Good Year of Fish, Game Harvest


TALLAHASSEE The past year
was filled with outdoor activity and
meant many things to the sports-
men of Florida. Taking a look at
the year's wildlife conservation ac-
tivity, A. D. Aldrich, Director of
the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, said, "It was a good
year with a bountiful harvest of
fish and wildlife. A number of new
developments designed to impc'ove
bunting and fishing are now pro-
ducing results and as the' sporls-
men of Florida turn the calendar
page to January 1965, they can look
for even more progress."
Aldrich made his year-end state-
ment as Commission authorities
summarized the 1964 progress all
along the hunting and fishing front
which showed:
New gains in experimental wild-
life research and restoration ef-
forts;
Successful controlled public
hunts on thirty-one wildlife man-
agement areas;
More than thirty public boat
ramps completed making a total of
148 ramps and public access loca-
tions;
Twenty-nine public meetings con-
ducted by the Commission to pro-
vide sportsmen an opportunity to
help establish hunting and fishing
rules, regulations and seasons;
Liberalized fishing regulations
by allowing fishermen to take
rough fish by gigs, bows and ar-
rows and spears during daylight
hours;
Youth Conservation Camp in the
Ocala National Forest opened for
13th annual camping session with
over '600 youngsters attending;
Holt fish hatchery modernized
to increase production of game
fish;
Established statewide spring tur-
key gobbler hunting season for
1965;
Established new fish manage-
ment areas bringing statewide to-
tal to forty-eight;
Successful controlled public dove


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1965


hunting on nineteen managed dove
fields;
Deer and turkey trapping result-
ed in 484 wild turkeys and 185 deer
being trapped and relocated in
public hunting areas;
Hunting season for 1963-64 clos-
ed with a reported harvest of 4,533
deer;
Construction completed on the
central hyacinth control office
building in Lakeland and on the
wildlife research office in Fort
Lauderdale;
Juniper Bay lake and recreation
area in Walton County opened for
fishing;
Construction started for Ever-
glades recreation sites in Broward
County;
Tamiami Trail recreation and
fishing areas became a reality
through a cooperative effort of the
Commission, the Federal Govern-
ment and Dade County;
Long range fisheries research
project for Florida's lakes initiated
during 1964;
" Commission employed a Law En-
forcement Chief and adopted new
uniforms for Commission emplo-
ees;
Continued and extended effort to
control water hyacinths and aqua-
tic vegetation nad expanded trail
cutting operations;
Construction of a new State Of-
fice building in Tallahassee to
house the Central administrative
staff and to better serve the pub-
lic interest in the rapidly expand-
ing use and enjoyment of wildlife
resources of Florida.
Aldrich said "these are only a
few of the many high lights and
progressive steps in wildlife con-
servation during the past year, and
with the continued support and ef-
forts of the organized conservation
organizations and individual sports-
men, the wildlife goals of 1965 can
be reached and surpass any pre-
vious years accomplishments.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


GIVE THEM

A FAITH

TO LIVE BY..


Religion In American Life


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Florda rower Gets tens of thousands of new residents
A ,moving to Florida, we have spent
300 000th User more than three hundred million
dollars on new plants and equip-
Sometime Monday, Florida Pow- ment.
er Corporation connected its 300,- "While all of our costs are up-
000th residential customer. Rather costs for fuel and supplies and
000th residential customer. Ra other things needed to provide
than attempt to identify the magic I service have skyrocketed in price-
number, the company celebrated our more efficient plants and equip-
this milestone by giving a 'A-watt ment built during this construction
G. E. nitee line" imprinted with program have enabled us to reduce
Reddy Kilowatt to all customers our rates four times since World-
connected to its lines that day: War II."
In 1954, the company had about We will continue, Clapp said, to
half its present number of custom- accept our responsibility to provide
ers. "Since that time," said W. J. the finest electric service at the
Clapp, company president, "to sup- lowest possible cost.
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There's something especially intriguing about favorite dishes
prepared in miniature form. These Cherry Tarts as a change from
regular pies, for instance, will certainly delight your family and'
guests and, because "convenience" foods aid in the preparation,
kitchen fuss is kept to a minimum.
Enriched self-rising flour with leavening and salt already added
gets yoar pastry preparation off to a speedy start. You'll be so
pleased, too, with the beautifully golden brown, puffy-crisp re-
sults. After baking the tart shells, spoon in a surprise layer of cream
cheese, then fill with canned cherry pie filling. What could be
easier?
Fruit tarts make a good nutritional ending for meals. Pastry made.
,with enriched self-rising flour has the nutritional contribution'of
the essential B-vitamins thiamine, niacin' and riboflavin and the
minerals iron and calcium. The fruit and cheese fillings add still
pther important nutrients, -
CHERRY TARTS
6 tarts


;1V cups sifted enriched self-
rising flour*


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1 package (3 oz.) cream
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3 to 5 tablespoons cold water. pie filling
Set out six 3%-inch tart pans and a baking sheet. Preheat oven
to 4500. Into medium-sized mixing bowl measure flour. Cut in short-
,ening until pieces are size of small peas. Sprinkle with water, a'
little at a time, mix-ing lightly .until dough begins to stick together.
SOnto lightly floured board or pastry cloth turn out dough and press
together. Roll out Y/-inch thick. Cut dough into circles to fit. tart
pans and fit gently into pans. Reserve pastry scraps. Trim edge,
turn under and flute. With cookie cutter or sharp knife cut six cherry
shapes from remaining pastry. Place cut-outs on baking sheet.,With
fork prick cut-outs and bottom and sides of tart shells to allow steam
to escape. Bake tart shells and cut-outs 12 to 15 minutes, or until
lightly browned. Cool on wire rack. Meanwhile, in small bowl blend
cream cheese and milk until light and fluffy. Spread about 1 table-
spoon cheese mixture on bottom of each cooled tart shell. Top with
cherry pie filling, then garnish with cut-outs. Keep refrigerated
until serving time.



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


build safer communities and high-
ways and build pride in Kiwanis.
The District Governor stated that
the cry today is that America is
deteriorating as a society but that I P
as long as men uphold their chur- P
ches and work in civic clubs, Amer-
ica is safe. The aims of the national
organization of Kiwanis is designed
to keep America strong and to
build stronger citizens for the fu-
ture. *


Officers Installed
Governor McCrary installed the
1965 officer slate of the club as
follows:;
Directors: Walter Dodson, Hu-
bert Richards, Joe Hendrix, Gan-
non Buzzett, Wayne Saunders, Bob
King and John Robert Smith.
Treasurer, Tom Alsobrook.
Secretary, Sonny Dean.
Viee-President, Ted Cannon.
President, Bob Freeman.
Guests of the club were Keyettes
Michelle Anchors and Becky Chil-
ders, Bill Winters of Jacksonville
and an interclub visit from Panama
City by Sam Morgan, John Paul,
Coleman Blizzard, Art Rushing and
W. W. Strom.
New members inducted into the
club Tuesday were Luke Houston
and Bob Richards.

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Saturday Wreck
Seven year old Robert Glore re-
ceived a bF:,1: leg aind Mrs. Nita
Love Jolley and Mrs. Bessie Glore
received bruises and abrasions as
the result of an automobile acci-
dent, the first of the new year for
Gulf County, last Saturday night.
The accident occurred at about
10:30 p.m. on the Howard Creek
Road. FOR SALE: 1956 Ford station wa- FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11,
According to Highway Patrolman gon. V-8. Auto transmission, 4- vate bath. Living room and TV THE AMERICAN LEGION, me.t-
According to Highway Patrolman door. Also 1955 Pontiac 2-door room privilege. 528 corner of Sixth ing second and fourth Tu-lsday
Ken Murphy, the accident occurred hardtop. Both are good, dependable St. and Woodward Ave. 2tp-30 nights, 8:00 p.m. American h i gaun
when Thomas Adkins, Jr., of, 121 cars. $200.00 each. Can be seen Hom 8. Ame.
Hunter Circle, stopped on the road across street from Baptist Church FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
in White City or call 229-1143, Mr. room house. Convenient to town R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
to avoid hitting a dog and was hit Burke Would swap both for good and school. Phone 78536. tfc-12-30 Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
from the rear by the Jolly autoxio- pick-up'. 2tp-12-7 GOOD USED TV's, Good selection. companions welcome.
bile. Murphy said heavy fog con- GOOD USED TV's, Good selection. som anio 3rd Mondays. All visaing
editions prevented Mrs. Jolly, who FOR SALE CHEAP: Half Tennes- From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra- JQE EVANS, High Priest
ons prevented Mrs. Jolly, who see walker, half quarter horse, dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary
was driving, from seeing the pick- gilded with. 3% years old. Very 227-4081. tfc 12-17 JOHN C DICKEY, Secretary
up, driven by Adkins. gentle, high spirited. Phone 229- POR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- FOR SALE: Single dwelling, 2
All three passengers of the Jol- 1131. itp tage with large porch. On St. bedrooms. Easy terms. Closing
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone cost only. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
ley auto were taken to the Muni- FOR SALE: 6 room cottage on lot 648-3472. tfc-7-16
cipal Hospital for treatment. 50' x 150', all fenced. Living .OR SALE: 'Office.machine ribbons
Estimated damage to both vehi- room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bath, FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- for all popular machines. $1.00
cles was estimated at $700.00. hot and cold water, utility room, ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone 'he Star. Phone 227-3161.
es was estimated at $700.00. double carport and wash shed, at 227-8642. tfc-12-17
-- 68 18th St., 150 feet off Highway MOVING? Your .'IMAYF.LOWER
98. A bargain for cash. Write P. FOR RENT: Business property on man is as near as your telephone.
0s c Gr Box 318, Apalachicola. 4tp-1-7 Highway 98. With living quarters Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
District Governor 318Apaachicoa t-- connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 OF ST. JOE. across from the Post
FOR SALE: 2 femalewhite regis Office. Local and Long Distance
R Mte red German Police puppires. 8 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- Moving. Free Estimates.
'RObertL. M cCrary weeks old. See W. T. Stafford, furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
White City. 2tp-l-7 month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
Vists KiwaniS FOR SALE: College campus trans- 3840. tfc-10-1 sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
portation for those who do not Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
K have automobile parking permits. FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
Judge Robert L. McCrary, Ki- $1963 Honda 50. Like new condi- Hardwood floors, built in electric -OR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c
wanis District Governor, paid an tion. Completely rebuilt this month. appliances, built in heating system, each. The Star. 227-3161.
official visit to the Port St. Joe $295.00. Phone 227-4611 or see Bob chain link fence. 2 years old. For
Kiwanis Club Tuesday to outline Ellzey. information ncall 227-8341. tfc-22 ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W.
Kiwanis Club Tuesday to outline Ellzey.Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16.
the aims of Kiwanis International FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house in FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom
for the coming year and install a ling at Oak Grove. Also two- Oak Grove, 615 Maddox St. Chain masonry home. Located on Mar-
new slate of officers for the com- story .dwelling on 10th Street. See link fence around back yard. Con- vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfe-11-5
Citizens' Federal Savings and Loan tact Bill Sweazy, 227-8677. tfc-1224 THERE WILL BE a regular co
McCrary listed as objectives of fLOST: String of keys. Approximate- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
Kiwanis as being to build, defend FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 2 ly 6 or 8. In vicinity of St. Joe No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
an sber ou n iol ee bedroom apartment at 2162 6th or Indian Pass. $2.00 reward, and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
and preserve our national heritageStreet. Close to town. Call Mrs. Phone 227-3561. Itp
and freedom; build international Hubert Brinson, 229-4171. ltp SALESMAN WANTED: Are you "
understanding; build understand- FOR RENT: 4 bedroom house on looking for a good part-time or BILL J. RICH, W. M.
ing and appreciation of ownership Garrison Ave. 227-5029. tfc-1-7 full-time income in Gulf County or H.BIL. BURGE, Secretary
of private property; build respon- Port St. Joe. Many Rawleigh deal-
sible government, insist'on compe- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with ers earn $2.50 and up per hour.
enon large den. Call 229-3542 or call 512 Kraft Ave. Panama City or ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
tent men in all positions; build at 2116 Long Ave. tfc-12-30 write Rawleigh FA L 100 26, Mem- every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
high standards of morality; build --- phis, Tenn. 2-4 at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
youth for leadership; effective pro- FOR RENT: Well furnished 3 bed- St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for-
room house at St. Joe Beach. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call further information or write P. 0.
gram to preserve natural resources; Call J. D. Clark at 227-7771. tfc Buford Griffin phone 229-3097 1Box 535.


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