The star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/01524
 Material Information
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 21, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

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Building Permits Over

Half Million In 1964
While Port St. Joe has seen better years, last year wasn't
quite the financial "bust" that most people thought, according
Sto records in the office of the City Auditor and Clerk.
The year of 1964 was good enough for $571,557 in building
permits to be issued.
According to Clerk J. B. Williams there were 42 new homes
built in the city during the past year at a value of $267,000.
An additional 43 permits were issued to repair and remodel
homes at a value of $48,157.
In commercial circles, permits were issued for one ser-
vice station, one laundry repaired and extended, one show
room built, one new church, two church additions, all adding up
to the $571,557 total.
Williams said that the current year should make up for
any deficiencies, real or imagined, with several large con-
struction items in the offing for the year.

E. F. CGru C- ns: rction Company Gets

Contract for G a School Additions

Work was started Tuesday on
three school construction projects
in Gulf County.
The work will include construc-
tion of a science laboratory at
Washington High School in Port
St. Joe; construction of a new
classroom at Highland View Ele-
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Ordinance Is

Put To Test

'During Week

Plans for the new six million
dollar bleached pulp plant at the
St. Joe Paper Company mill are
moving ahead rapidly, it is re-
ported by Tom S. Coldewey, Vice-
President in charge of manufactur-
Aux P. Schnyder, who was pro-
ject engineer for the original
mill and helped start it up in
1938, has been engaged as con-
sulting engineer for the new pro-
ject. He will work closely with
Mr. Coldewey, A. L. Hargraves,
Vice President of foreign op-
erations and technical services,
and the mill engineering division
in developing design and detail-
ed plans.
A substantial amount of advance
planning has already been carried
out, according to Coldewey, who
said that the Company has been
considering the construction of a
lbl h l t1nnf ffr ntl Ipast ten 7earsP

mentary Scnool andu wo new class- The City's attempt to enforce acor a11 1 plce tor a aea wi
rooms at the Carver School in We- thei recently pas e zonin or It was decided to go ahead with
wahitchka. dinance, took up better than an the project now because of the
Contractor for the project is the hour of the Commission's time rapid expansion of the Company's
E. F. Gunn Construction Company Tuesday night, in seeing that the container business which has
of Port St. Joe. Gunn was low bid- ordinance was complied with. grown to include 16 box plans in
der on the project with a low bid ,this country and three in Ireland.
der on the project wie oy other ac- bidThe first instance was the de- It is expected that these plants
epf $84,250ble bid was00. The one flom Robert nial of an application by Mrs. Jean will take the major part of the
Fleming Construction Company of Arnold to move a house from bleached board to be produced,
Panama City who bid $84,800.00. Beacon Hill to Avenue B and re- with the remainder being sold, as
The School Board has received novate it for selling. bleached pulp, to domestic and

preliminary plans.from Norman P. The Commission turned down foreign paper producers.
Gross, Architect, last week for a the application because, in their In anticipation of the construc-
new lunchroom for the Port St. opinion the house wasn't worthy tionof the bleach plant, the mill
Joe High School. of the area. laboratory has conducted pilot
The new lunch room is the key Mrs. Arnold insisted that the studies on the bleaching of both
to eliminating three points of permit be granted on the grounds
warning from the Southern Com- that permits had been granted for
mittee of Accreditation. The local others to move houses in the same
high school faces loss of accredi- area and she felt she was being
station, in part, due to lack of discriminated against.
,.Junch room. facilities, and library, Mayor.Hannon told Mrs. Arnold
facilities. Construction of a new that people of the area had ac.ed
lunchroom will allow the school to the help of the Commission iin in-;
utilize the present lunchroom space proving the appearance and quil ".
for more library space. ity of dwellings allowed and t h:
The plans have been sent to the Board was trying to comply v.Ih
State Department of Education for the wishes of the citizens.
their approval prior to calling for Commissioner Barrier stated that
bids. he had examined th' house and ,i
,____________ found it sub-standard construction ;," I1 \ I
,.ighP Scoo Schedand had recommended th" th:' ,
*High School Schedules Board deny the permit for mcivn y '.
Evaluation Day Friday Barrier then made a motion th,t
Wayne Saunders, principal of Mrs. Arnold be allowed to move '
the Port St. Joe High School an- the house provided that she put it I. Ar
nounced this wee kthat Friday (to- in first class condition to comply
morrow) will be Evaluation Day at with the City's ordinances, that ,
Port St. Joe High School. she put up $1,000 bond as proof of
This is a special day set aside such performance and tha: the
for parents to confer with teachers City give a final inspection of ac
in regards to any problem their complishments before sewer and
children may be having in school. water, is attached to the building
Teachers will be in their home- City ordinances make it unlv f tIul
rooms from 8:30 to 3:30 to confer to inhabit a dwelling without c t;:
with any parent who wishes to at- water and sewer.
tend. (Continued On Page 12)




The "Great So0idty" was officially put into motion yesterday
with the swearing ih of\ President Johnson._
The Star "was one of two or three other newspapers in the land
who could not afford to have a reporter on the scene, so any report
on the aiair that we might offer would have to be second hand.
WeV id Arehd in the Wednesday papers where there was much
partying, 'gaiety and planning for a high time Wednesday, -after
whc'h, "we 'presume, the administration will get down to its avowed
task od making everyone independent of having to work for a liv-
One earth-shattering fact that came to light during 1964 was
the fact that 17 barbers could shave with a certain brand stainless
steel razor blade.
Wonder why the cowards don't put their blade to the supreme
test and see how many women can shave their legs With it?
Or better still, try and see how many barbers could get a de-
cent shave after one woman shaved her legs with aforesaid blade.
With a wife and two daughters at leg shaving age, we can tell
them, if they should care to know.
We see where Congress has ear-marked $101,960,782 for 400 pro-
jects in the drive for anti-poverty in the United States.
'Without even figuring out how much this is per case, we know
that 1/400 of this money would cure our poverty.
--Based upon these percentages, we can predict that such hand-
outs should cure poverty. This program oughta work.

ir g $COUI hoop Jo

pine and hardwood chips. W. B. the open on the bay side of the
Simmons, Leo G. Shealy, Roy C. n ill.
Garrett and members of the lab The bleach plant will consist of
Garrett and members of the lab- clorination, extraction, pulp dry-
oratory staff have developed, -an chlorination, extraction, pulp ry-
improved process for cooking high ng and pulp baling. Most of the
yield stock suitable for easy bleach- equipment will be automated, and
ing. Two patents have been issued will be designed to handleahed pulp,
on this process which will be used bard or soft wood. Bleached pulp,
in the new unit. wrapped and baled, will be loaded
in the new uniaratory moves include on freighters from the mil-side
Other preparatory moves include dock for shipment abroad or to
removing obsolete boilers from the customers in this country. The Port
old recovery building to make St. Joe mill is ond of few industrial
room for new pulping equipment plants with adjoining docking fa-
shutting down the number one cilianties for ocean-going vessels,
wood yard so that it can be use and the increased shipping ton-
exclusively for hardwood storage, and the i expected to improve the
and placing orders for long-deliv- nage is expected to improve the
ery equipment.economy of the port.
ry equipment. With a capacity of 500 tons
About two more months will per day, the bleached pulp
be needed, Coldewey said, to plant will sharply increase the
complete engineering design and mill's demand for wood. Most
start construction. It will then z.i :.. ..:lli h...dwood which

take another 18 months before
the project will be finished, al-
though some units, such as the
pulp cooker and flash dryer, can
be installed and integrated into
the existing pine chip operation
as soon as the equipment is
received. At its peak the con-
struction force is expected to
number 300 workers.

Despite the

size of the project,

ot snI Will eW O Ir De nrw wnicn|.
is in abundant supply in north-
west Florida, and a good portion
will be contract-cut from wood-
land owned by St. Joe Paper.
The local paper company has
the highest ratio of woodland to
mill capacity of any paper com-
pany in the country, Mr. Colde-
wey reports.
"Under our good forestry man-
agement," Coldewey says, "the

the only part that will be visible Company's current land noldings
from the road will be the top of are capable of growing, year in
the 120-foot digester, or pulp and year out, two times the amount
Cooker, which will project through of pulpwood the mill can convert
the roof of the old recovery build- to paper. In addition, the wood-
ing. The remainder of the new lands will at the same time pro-
equipment will either be housed duce top-grade logs for lumber and
in present buildings or erected in pilings.

ins Up With Apalachee Bend Council

Pictured above is Girl Scout Troop 125 of cipate in the Council-wide cookie sale, which is
Port St. Joe. The Troop has recently affiliated scheduled for January 29 through February 9.
with the Apalachee Bend Council, headquarters Proceeds from the sale will be used for camping.
in Tallahassee. The girls of Troop 125 will parti- (- photo)

Sheriff's Department Solves Series of Jaycee Award

Burglaries In Indian Pass Homes Banquet Friday
Gulf County Sheriff's deputies Port St. Joe's outstanding young
teamed up with Franklin County Tax Collector Says 94% man of 1964 will be announced to-
deputies over the week-end to ays morrow at the Jaycees' annual Dis-
crack a number of cases of break- Of Taxes Are Paid Up tinguished Service Award Banquet
ing and entering of homes in the County Tax Collector, Harland at Van Horn's.
Indian Pass Beach area that has O. Pridgeon. announced this week Guest speaker at the Jaycee
lawmen for the past two years. that 94% 'of the 1964 Gulf County Outstanding Young Man award
lawmen fo rthe past two years. tax roll has been collected and dis- banquet will be Harold Parr, as-
Over the course of time, resi- tribute to the several funds of the sistant director of the State Board
dnets of the Indian Pass Beach county. As of January 8, 1965, 6% of Conservation.
area have missed linens, sewing of the tax roll remained uncollect- For three weeks a committee
machines, radios, record players, ed. headed by Jaycee Bob Stores has
food, etc. No trace has been left Pridgean said that of the $611,- been canvassing churches, busi-
by the thieves in the past and clues 164.26 in charges on the tax roll, nesses, clubs and organizations to
were slim. $573,826.79 has been collected determine which young man 21
Last week-end Franklin County The tax money has been distrib- through 35-has contributed the
Deputy Bill Collins arrested Wal- uted as follows: most to the community during the
ter Alton Whideon of East Point County Commission, $202,915.70; year. Last year's winner was
on a misdemeanor charge and, as School Board, $310,010.12; Gulf Charles B. Smith.
a matter of routine, took his fin- County Health Unit, $21,137.04; The local winner will be entered
gerprints and sent them to the Dead Lakes Water Management in the Florida Jaycee contest,
Florida Sheriff's Bureau for filing. District, $7,045.66; Gulf County which chooses the five outstanding
The Sheriff's Bureau notified Free Library, $14,091.36. young men in the state. These win-
Deputy Collins that the print To date the Tax Collector has ners will in turn be entered in the
matched some that Gulf County remitted $555,199.88. Discounts of national competition to determine
Deputy Wayne White had taken $18,626.91 have been earned by America's ten outstanding young
(Continued On Page 12) early tax payers, men.

Freezing Weather Gets

C ooli Reception ere

Port St. Joe experienced its first freezing weather of the current
winter over the past week end, along with the rest of North Florida.
Temperatures fell to the 20's Saturday night and remained cold
through Monday.
Along with the freeze, always unexpected in this section of
the United States, came the freak accident that accompanies freez-
ing weather in areas that are not equipped for it.
In this instance, the "accident" happened to one of the City's
water storage tanks. Water is pumped to the tanks by an automa-
tic system from the St. Joe Paper Company Canal where it is treated
by a filtering system. An automatic valve in the tank pictured
above is supposed to cut water flow off from this tank and switch
it to the tank in the background when this one is full and turn the
flow off when both tanks are full.
While the above tank was being filled, automatically, Saturday
night, the switchover valve froze open and continued to pour water
into the tank even after it had been 'filled. The water ran out the
overflow to cause the ice picture shown above. Water gushed down
,ojon the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Montgome'ry next door. to the
tanks coating the house and yard in i~e.
(- photo)

Sharks Win Over

,Rutherford, 56-52

The Port St. Joe Shark:s found
the range from everywhere on the
court last Friday night as they
laid .the wood to the Quincy Ti-
gers, defeating them 92-70.
Bob Craig topped the winners,
who sent ten men on the scoring
list, with 20 points. Jake Belin hit
for 17, Bill Versiga for six, Randy
Weston for 14, and Al Cathey for
12 to round out the Sharks' high-
scoring men.

Randy Weston was the big. gun
for the Sharks getting 22 points
for the game. Bob Craig was next
in line with 14.
St. Joe fg ft tp R'ford fg ft tp
Versiga 4 1 9 Corbitt 4 5 13.
Weston 9 4 22 Hooper 4 2 10
Craig 5 4 14 Ainsw'th 6 0 12
Belin 4 1 9 Brannon 3 2 8
Cathey 1 0 2 Pugh 3 3 9
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 10 15 12 19-56
Rutherford -__-_ 11 13 10 18-52.
The Sharrk JaTveew made it a

S t J o e f g f t t p Q u i n c y f g f t t p . p .a. .vt. 1 d p a. .
Belin 8 1 17 Dover 2 8 12 clean sweep Saturday by defeating
Versiga 7 2 16 Sperling 7 6 20 the Rutherford "B" squad 47-40 in
Weston 7 0 14 Porch 5 1 11 another tight battle. Danny Oakes
Craig 10 0 20 McCall 4 4 12 paced the Sharks with 20 points'
Cathey 5 2 12 Chester 5 1 11
M'c'mb'r 0athy 5 2 12 ChesJoiner 1 112 and Jim Cox put 15 points through
Lee 1 2 4 Bauldree 1 0 2 the nets.
Nichols 0 2 2
Goodman 1 0 2 NEXT WEEK'S GAMES
White 2 0 4 Saturday night, the Sharks will
Score by quarters: play host to a tough Bay High
Port St. Joe -- 25 24 23 20-92 team. Bay High squeaked by Ru-
Quincy ---------13 16 20 21-70 therford last week.

DEFEAT RUTHERFORD Tuesday night, the Sharks will
The Port St. Joe Sharks got re- be host to Carrabelle.
venge for a defeat at the hands of On Friday, the locals will host
the Rutherford Rams in their first Altha.
game of the season last Saturday On Saturday, the Sharks hit the
nightame of the road again and travel to Perry.
In their second exciting game in
a week, the Sharks whipped the Correction Noted In
Rams 56-52 before an overflow in N in
crowd in the local gym. A "Star" Editorial
The Sharks victory came on three
free throw points in the last 60 In last week's issue of The
seconds of the game. Randy Wes- Star, an editorial stated that
ton made two free throws and Bob should Gulf County property be
Craig one to ice down the game. revaluated and the millage cut
Weston made his two points with according to law, a $10,000 home
57 seconds to play. Desperate by valued at $10,000 with a 13 mill
both teams to gain possession of levy would pay $133.00 in taxes.
the ball resulted in Craig being We knew something had to be
fouled with three seconds to play. wrong, but after reading the ar-
He made his point to put the game ticle over several times, we just
out of reach of the Rams. couldn't catch it until the
At one time in the second period paper was printed, of course,
the Rams had a two minute lead then mistakes stand out like a
over the Sharks by as much as sore thumb and jab us in the
seven points at one time. The re- eye.
mainder of the game saw the lead The error was that we didn't
change hands several times with allow for the $5,000 homestead
never more than two or three exemption which would cut the
points separation. hypothetical tax in half.

Bleach Plant Project

Is Getting Under Way;

Project Engineer Here
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Shown in the pic-
ture above is a por-
tion of thh large
crowd which attend-
ed the Governor's
Ball in Pensacola last
Monday night.
Port St. Joe was
represented also as
the above picture
shows. To,the left in
the picture, just left
of Governor and Mrs.
Burns, is Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Williams
of Port St. Joe. To
the extreme right in
the picture is Mrs.
CecJl Curry. The half
face to the right of
Mrs. Curry is Cecil,
Others from Port
St. Joe also attended
but were not in the
right piece at the
right time to get
their picture taken.
(Photo courtesy of
Pensacola News-

Gardening In

By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Agricul- clearing away salafander
tural Extension Service earlier this week.
"What are those piles of
A' slush-stained car came to an demanded a yankee voice.
inquisitive halt near where I was "Salamander hills," I r

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S"'ears and a set of chisel-like front the main tunnel. Try digging a
teeth, trench between two fresh mounds
The animal had cheek pockets. and at right angles to the probable
ar D ^ a *They were folds of loose skin lined course. With luck you'll dig into
with fine short nair, entirely out- the tunnel.
mounds without looking up. side of the month and used to After the burrow has been open-
"Can't be," said a doubtful voice, carry nesting material and food. ed, set two traps-one in each side
f sand?" 'because salamanders are lizards Florida salamanders work below of the opening made by the trench.
ii. our spring house." the ground and are seldom seen. This will double your chance of
-eturned "You mean a gopher?" another They do most of their digging at catching the animal. For ease in
N nice questioned. Night ,early in the morning or near recovering the traps, anchor them
'Nope, a gopher is a burrowing dusk. Unlike moles, which push securely to a length of wire.
ce turtle and lives in a hole like that the soil aside, salamanders exca- For detailed information on hab-
one yonder," I corrected and point- vate the soil to the surface into its and control of salamanders, ask
ed toward a nearby gopher tunnel. piles. your county agricultural agent for
We stared. We spoke the same I Salamanders are vegetarions.' Experiment Station Circular S-87.
language, but were miles apart in Most of their damage comes from Control of the Pocket Gopher or
understanding. Communi c a t i o n gnawing on roots, bulbs and tub- Salamander.
lines were untangled when our ers. Out in the woods the marauder -.-----
S three-legged tabby-cat hobbled out isn't a problem, but when he digs JAMES D. POPE COMPLETES
of the wiregrass with a salamander into a garden or a lawn, you'd bet- TOUR WITH SEVENTH FLEET
boo. dangling from his jaws. During the ter stop him before he cuts the
silence I heard a murmur of pity. life out of a prized plant. USS PIEDMONT (FHTNC) --
per- "Don't feel sorry for Tom," I in-I As the tourist folded themselvesFireman James D. Pope, USN, son
formed the sun seekers and then back into their auto, I overheard of Mrs. Ruby L. Bass of Port St.
added. .! "A salamander is a lizard back Joe, Fla., returned to San Diego,
"Tom's got a god thing withome Calif., Dec. 11, aboard the destroy-
that missing right paw. Before he Call the animal what you may, er tender USS Piedmont after corn-
ave, lost battle with a steel trap, he but you'll never mistake the iden-' pltng a tour of duty with the
ade, averaged only a salamander ap tity of the culprit of you discover Seventh Fleet in the Far East.
e. ee Now as a soutalamander hi pushing up a mound of earth While withth the Seventh Fleet
brings' in one almost every day." in the middle of your lawn,. the Piedmont provided repairs and
SEntomologist A. N. Tissot with ;.air-enance for the destroyers of
R 'You see, Tom makes his catch the Florida Agricultural Experi- the fleet.
by slapping the varmint out of the ment Stations has studied the hab- in additionn the crewmembers
round when it comes to the sur- f ths animals and agrees pait'cpated in the People-to-Peo-
face to push up soil from its bu> with me that it is best to err y th- ple program by providing medical
row. With his foot missing he is attack to the marauder before he s-a- les, cioth:ng and food for the
off balance and is able to swing burrows under the surface of the needy pco 'le cI Hong Kong and
I Lrer and faster. Now the sala- garden or lawn in search of food. r ,-.:s of thK Far East.
b iacder doesn't have time to scat If you don't have a cat with an Tha Picdmont is now scheduled
saety educated paw, then trapping is the to become the flagship of Rear Ad-
: Thd-animal that Tom showed the best approach. The first problem miral Marshall E. Doring and his
touti- was about 7 inches long is to find thle aniinal"s'unmderground staff of Cruiser Destroyer Force
Rear witi .light brown hair resembling runway. The mQunds; of soil indi- U. S& Pacific Fleet, arid will.'be op-
fur. It has muscled front legs, cate the general course of the tun- erat rig along the coast of Cali-
-.---. small eyes, an abbreviated set of nel:but are seldom directly above forpia..

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T:- E STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965

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County Commissioners elect K w n I r* I
James C. Horton, Leo Kennedy and
MINUTES of the T. D. Whitfield presented their K iW a IS Inte rational
Commissions from the Governor of *i u u iBi
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION ClerkStaoftheCircuit daCourt adminish T
tered the oath to each Commission- in Tir l
er-elect, and, thereupon, said James O i n
C. Horton, Leo Kennedy and T. D.
Wewahitchka, Florida, signed their positions with the Whitfield were duly seated as A
January 5, 1965. Gulf County Sheriff's Office and County Commissioners of Gulf
The Board of County Commis- that A .J. Connell has been ap. County, Florida. I n r a T
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, pointed Deputy Sheriff, effective Commissioner Whitfield nomin-
met this date in regular session January 1, 1965. ated James G. McDaniel as Chair-
with the following members pres- The bills were presented, exam- man for the year 1965. There being Thursday, January 21, Kiwanis
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman, ined, approved and ordered paid. no other nomination ,the Board clubs in hundreds of cities their host communities for the op-
' Walter Graham and Leo Kennedy. The Road Department presented unanimously elected James G. Mc- and towns will present "blank portunity of serving in the past,
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road bills in the amount of $18,516.58 Daniel as its Chairman for 1965 che community serv t
Superintendent and Mosquito Con- which were due and payable in the I Chairman McDaniel thanked the cecs of community service to and to pledge continued service in
tro-l Supervisor were also present, fiscal year 1963-64 but were not Board for electing him as Chair- their mayors or other community ithe future. Kiwanis, which was
The meeting came to order at paid because no funds were avail-: man for the year 1965 and said leaders. Each will pledge the founded in Detroit, Michigan, in
9:00 A. M. The Clerk opened the able at the end of said year. The'that he considered it an honor to achievement of special projects 1915, now numbers more than 5,300
meetings with prayer. IClerk notified the Board that he j have the distinction to succeed him-
meetin withprayerDecember th haslerknotified the State Comptroller have thedias Chairman and to have hi during 1965, as the club's Golden clubs in North America, the Far
22nd, and 29th were read, approve of this matter and requested infor- special opportunity to serve the Anniversary gift to its home town. East, the Caribbean, and Western
ed and adopted imation as to the method of pay- members of this Board and the Each presentation will come as a Europe. It is a service organiza-
The State Road Department no- ment for same, and that the Comp- citizens of Gulf County; that he highlight of the Golden Anniver- tion for men, which has become
tified the Board that Florida As- troller advised that said bills be stands ready at all times to per-sary meeting of the club. one of the world
halt Paving Company of Panama paid as current expenses from form the duties af Chairman. He sary eetng ofthe club one of the world's largest.
City, Florida, was low bidder on 1964-65 budget. After discussion then thanked the 1964 Board mem- The Golden Anniversary of Ki- Details of Golden Anniversary
State Project Job No. 51580-3602 and advice from the attorney, the bers for their full cooperation and wanis will see, some 265,000 mem- plans were revealed here by Bob
(Streets in Wewahitchka) in the Board ordered said bills not paid said that the relations between the bers in fifteen nations of the free Freeman, Prsident of the Kiwanis
amount of $73,578.52. at this time but that this matter Chair and that Board could not world joining together to thank freeman, President of the Kiwanis
The Farm Agent presented his would 'be discussed at the next have been better. He said that Club of Port St. Joe.
monthly report for December and meeting. I there is much work for this new Highlight internationally, of the
the same was ordered filed. There being no further business Board to accomplish and did then IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Highlight, internationally, of the
The Mosquito Control Supervisor to come before the Board ,the ask that each member of the Board FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL January 21 birth date will be a
presented his amended budget for meeting did then adjourn, put forth his every effort to make CIRCUIT OF THE STATE giant "anniversary celebration" in
the fiscal year 1965-65 as approved JAMES G. McDANIEL, 1965 the best year in the history OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Detroit's Cobo Hall exposition cen-
by this Board on October 13, 1964, Chairman. of Gulf County. GULF COUNTY. IN CHANC- ter. More than 3,500 people, Ki-
and by the Florida State Board of Attest: Each member, in turn, expressed ERY. wanians and their wives, from
Health on December 17, 1964. GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk. their appreciation for membership WALTER ROWS,
Hon. W. L. Fitzpatrick, Circuit Wewahitchka, Florida on the Board and pledged their co- Plaintiff. every area served by Kiwanis, will
Judge, notified the Board that he January 5, 1965 operation. vs. be on hand. Kiwanis International
has employed Mr. Jerry Edwards The Board. of County Commis- Whereupon, Leo Kennedy was CLOTEA FOWLER ROWS, President Edward B. Moylan, Jr.,
as his Secretary as provided in signers of Gulf County, Florida, unanimously elected Vice-Chairman Defendant. of Miami, Florida, will give the
Section 43.09, Florida Statutes ,at met this date, pursuant to Florida for 1965. DIVORCE
$1,800.00 per year salary effective statutes for the purpose of seating Upon motion by Commissioner NOTICE TO: CLOTEA FOWLER principal address. Last living found-
January 1 ,1965. The Board direct- the Commissioners-elect, 'James C. Whitfield, seconded by Commis- ROWS, whose place of residence er of Kiwanis, Harry A. Young of
ed that Mr. Edwards be placed on Horton, Leo Kennedy and T. D. sioner Graham and unanimously is Route 1, Box 88, Sylvester, Geor- Detroit, will be specially honored.
the payroll at $150.00 per month. Whitefield and to organize said carried, Hon. William J. Rish was gia. Observances at Detroit, and in
Hon. Byrd E. Parker, Sheriff, no- Board for the year 1965. retained as Attorney to the Board On or before the 1st day ,of servances etroit, and in
tified the Board that Jimmy Bar-! The meeting came to order at at the same salary as provided in March, A. D. 1965, the defendant, hundreds of other communities
field and James Graves have re- 10:30 A. M. the budget. Clotea Fowler Rowe, is required to where Kiwanis serves, will kick off
------ __ Upon motion by Commissioner serve upon Hon. Cecil G. CostinGolden Anniversary a
Horton, seconded by Commissioner Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad- a year of Golden Anniversary ac-
SGraham and unanimously carried, dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. tivity. There will, be traditional
A r T TN Mr. Lloyd Whitfield was retained Joe, Florida, a copy of and file Golden Anniversary balls and par-
ias County Road Superintendent at with the Clerk of said Court, the ties, and a Golden Anniversary
the same salary as provided in the original of an answer to the Bill Convention of Kiwanis Interna-
I B budget. Commissioner Whitfield of Complaint filed against her,
SA'budget. I Only announced that he voted for the herein. tional itself in New York City in
I rehiring of Floyd Whitfield, but; WITNESS my hand and official early July which is expected to at-
3 days that he votes against hiring any seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, tract some 25,000 people. This will
___ I'y B other person who is related to him Gulf County, Florida, this 14th day be the largest convention in Ki-
within the fourth degree, which of January, A. D. 1965.
-. would include James Franklin /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, wanis history. In late summer and
Whitfield and Bob Davis who are Clerk Circuit Court. early fall each of Kiwanis' thirty
Snow working for the Road Depart- districts will hold Golden Anniver-
S'hement of Gulf County. that he also salary for which he performed sary conventions, as well.
B The Chairman stated that he also specific services as set out in the "Observances of this kind will
.. hIG votes against, hiring any person minutes of this Board of June 23, "Observances of this kind will
-that is related to him. 1963; that Mr. Kilbourn has always be but a fraction of the activity,
Upon motion by Commissioner been available to this Board! that though," Club President Freeman
S., Graham, seconded by Commission- he only charged the County $105 said. "The really significant part,
: er Kennedy and unanimously car- per crew work day ,which is a $20
ried, Mr. C. E. Daniell was retain- deduction from his regular fee;
S' ed as Mosquito Control Supervisor that this Board has access to all
SPORTRAIT at the same salary as provided in records in his office which will not
Sthe, budget. .I be available in the future. He then
Whereupon, there was a motion said that he would abide by the
IMick at W ite W10%by Commissioner Kennedy, second- decision of this Board, even though
S9~ ed by Commissioner Graham to re- this decision is not a sound one or
M PI Small tain Mr. Max W. Kilburn as County good business for the County.
Engineer. Upon vote the following Commissioner Kennedy stated
*a4tdhng Charge voted: Aye, Kennedy and Graham; that he concurs with Commission- ,!
Nay, Horton, Whitfield, and the er Graham 100% and then discuss-
Chairman. ed the many services performed by
The Chairman asked if there Mr. Kilbourn. He said that Mr. Kil-
were other motions for a County bourn would be worth much more
j Engineer. than his salary if he acted only as
REG. $8.00 VALUE, ONLY Commissioner Whitfield said a liaison officer between this Board
that because of the financial con- and the new state administration.
edition of the County that there is He then proposed that if the Board
SNoap.. ._' very little money left in the bud- is only wanting to economize, that
No app-: ..... i ,ecsssary get for the type work that requires each member of the Board accept
Full selection of poses must cut its expenses to fit the bal- only $10.00 per meeting as his sal-
S an Engineer, therefore, the Board ary.
SNo age limit ance of the budget, therefore, the Upon motion by Commissioner
All work guaranteed 1County will not require a full time Graham, seconded by Commission-
'Engineer. He said that he was not er Kennedy and unanimously car-
C H R SI T O against Mr. Kilburn, but that the ried, Mr. A. P. Jackson be retained
Abolishing of this position is only as Civil Defense Director for the
to economize. year 1965.
BH R IS T U B40 1^ H ^ |The Chairman said that he was year irm5. announcd that
against paying a salary to an En- The Chairman announced that
THREE DAYS ONLY -- THURS., FRI., gineer but he was for employing an he will appoint his committees at
Engineer when one was required. the next meeting. The Clerk did
JANUARY 21, 22, 23 Commissioner Graham shid there then administer the oath of office
Port St. Joe, Florida has been much discussion on the to Hon. Silas R. Stone, County
cost of an Engineer to the County, Prosecuting Attorney. There being
but that cost can be blamed on no further business, the meeting
Limit One- Per Subject Per Family none other than this Board, be- did adjourn.
Each A4ona & 3 cause the Engineer has done noth- JAMES G. McDANIEL, I
ing other than what members of Chairman.
this Board directed him to do. He Attest:
--------- has been paid $150.00 per month GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk.

The Tigetrof the year was just named Car of the Year by Motor Trend.

i Let
I qui:

If that isn't enough of a hint, try Quick Wide-Track. (This is their year.) Or Turbo Hydra-Matic, the new transmission Pontiac
you can order that does away with roaring between shifts. Coupled with any of the quicker engines for the '65 Quick Wide-Track
Pontiac, it saves the roaring for whenever you need it. When you don't need it, the extra-potent engines let you just
loaf along. This loafing gives you the kind of economy you wouldn't expect from a looker like the '65 Pontiac. See Tigers
your Pontiac dealer. He'll show you all 32 Pontiacs that are the "Car of the Year." They're the buy of the year, too.

Jim Coper Motor Company, Inc.

T-E STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965

of the year's program will be the properly filled in ,is but the first
pledging of specific goals by each of such pledges," he added.

club, in each of Kiwanis' major
youth and community service fields
of endeavor, and the accomplish-
ment of these goals as Golden An-
niversary gifts to host communi-
ties. The 'blank check of service,'

Midget Investments That Yield
Giant Returns!

Tangy Oranges Lift Winter Menus

Bring a breath of spring into your winter menu planning with
juicy, luscious oranges. Try these sparkling recipes using Jaffa
oranges imported from sun-drenched Israel. Jaffa oranges combine
the high quantity of juice and good eating qualities of Valencia
and Navel oranges. Also, try adding a few orange sections and
toasted almonds to your favorite chicken or turkey salad. Tangy
molded salads, too, gain added appeal with the addition of fresh
orange juice, slices or sections. Oranges are a natural at dessert
time, too, whether in a simple fruit compote or custard for the
family, or an elegant Bavarian, parfait or meringue for special
company buffets. Pancake suppers are family-hearty with pan-
cake sauce made with maple syrup mixed with orange juice.
And pancakes for company? Crepes Suzette, of course, in a
chafing dish, smothered with scrumptious orange sauce and fresh
orange sections. .... .

Combine bite-size chunks of cooked
lobster, crabmeat and shrimps with
orange sections. Toss with Orange
French Dressing and serve on crisp
lettuce leaves. Garnish with orange
sections, cucumber slices and pars-
Orange French Dressing:
Shake together--
2 tbsp. salad oil
2 tbsp. vinegar
quarter cup orange juice
1 tsp. sugar
half teaspoon salt

3 ounces cream cheese
2 tbsp. honey
half cup mayonnaise
pinch of salt
3 tbsp. fresh orange juice
1 tbsp. lemon juice
half cup heavy cream, whipped
3 sprigs mint, cut up (optional)
Combino all ingredients except
cream and mint, and beat together
until smooth.
To'l in whipped cream and mint.





t them enjoy energy-rich, pure fresh milk
en! Remember one quart of milk daily pro-
es approximately 85% of a child's protein re-
rements. Our milk is produced, bottled and
ivered under most careful supervision. Keep
nty on hand. Deep 'em growing healthy!

Delivered at no extra charge to your
door available at your favorite groc-
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lect, for home delivery!

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965 don the sponsor of the club, Jake clubs was set at $20 and for new
Nichols, the club president; Randy clubs it will be $35. Dues for each
Armstrong, vice-president, and Bill year will be $20. Also stated in the
St. Joe Divers Club Attends District M eet Hutchings, publicity chairman for constitution are the purposes of
the club. the Council which are: .
In M arian a; Take Dip Blue Springs Cave President of the Council Buid Promote aafe diving." u. ali",
In M riann ; Take Dip Blue Springs Timmons called the meeting to or Set up a standard qualifica-.. .'.'
STimmons called the meeting to or- tion course for area divers.... < "'
Friday, January 15, representa- This month's meeting was held at der at 9:40, E.S.T. A constitution tion combine the lubs of this area .'.
tives from the Port St. Joe High, Marianna in the Chuck Wagon Res- for the Council was drawn up and int3. Combine the clubs o f this aready.-
Scshool Divers Club attended the taurant. Attending, the meeting: suggested bythe St. Joe club. Itent Timmons also stated .
second monthly meeting of the, from St. Joe were Mr. Temple Wat- was accepted for consideration. President Timmons also stat received -.
Northwest Florida Diving Council. son, who sat in for Mr. James Ya- The entrance fee for the charter invitation from the Alabama Div-
.. ...... -- .-- ---- ---- ing Council to attend their meet- .. .
The Panama City club, the Sea- ; ...
N horses, invited the Council mem- "
ThSis I 0 u ll bers to a spear-fishing trip on Sun- .
day, January 31, out from Panama '- i .. ..
City in about 100 feet of water.
After the meeting the St. Joe
(But It Is Strictly Fresh Ground Steer) representatives, with the exception ,., Z'
of Mr. Watson, went for a midnight ,,
dive in the Blue Springs caves for "l
O n e B O about an hour. There were six oth- ..i' -- .fi
ers besides these making the dive. -.

One Week Ony
One Wek () y Farm Workers Must

During January, farm emWalker's Arkansas Trv rs' em Caers Meets
THOSE DELICIOUS 'DAISY QUEEN eraust January, farm employ- A-S Bsketbal Te 26th
wages of most of their farm work -.l A l B- Str BSB Urly Team 1 '% e t, Jrr z h
ityers, John V. Carey, Social Secur- nama "The greatest" is a pet phrase They play nothing but men's the late Babe Zaharias, Patty Berg
Ci tyDiti Mng i P tod a n sportswriters and fans everywhere teams, under men's rules, asking of golf fame Helen Wills, Paul-
ty, explained day, use in appraising Hazel Walker's!.`
This annual tax return must be sensational players, who've dem- no favors at all.ine Betz, et al, of tennis fame-
filed if a farm worker was paid onstrated their ability from coast! They have to be in excellent along with such male stars as Jack
5 $150 or more in cash wages by the to coast 15 years against the bet. condition to win a place on the Dempsey, Don Hutson, John L.
farm employer in 1964, or if he ter men's teams in the nation. Arkansas Travelers roster, who Sullivan, Mel Ott, Lou Gehrig, Cy
SEACH worked for the farmer on 20 or meet the City League All Stars Young, Paul Waner, Joe DiMaggio,
pay figured on a time basis. Room, Vets May Have High School gymnasium at 8:00 this and many, many others. In
Treat Your Family and Yoursef to the Best fr Lessboard and other payments in kind p. m. Admission is $1.00 and 50c. 1959 Arkansas had its first Hall
Treat Your Family and Yoursef to the Best for Less are not included. Insurance W aiver Miss Walker, sole owner of the of Fame and Hazel was selected
Mr. Carey said the same rules team, known as "Miss Basketball," to this coveted honor as one of its
apply to the cash wages paid to ST. PETERSBURG-M. T. Dixon, was selected on the mythical All- first five-the only female-along
members of a farm crew and cited of the Florida Department of Vet- American AAU team 11 years, a with Bill Dickey, Jim Howell and
WE ALSO FEATURE lasan example the crew leader who erans Affairs, -announced today record which has never been top- two others.
contracts to furnish farm labor. If that veterans with a disability of ped. She played on five national Rounding out the team are six
the crew leader pays the workers sixty percent or more, who have championship- teams and runners- players whose ability and finesse
CHIC KEN B 0 X ES ^and is not himself an employee un- authorized deductions from disabil- up 3 years. Won the National Free in the gruelling sport of basketball
Sder a written agreementt with the ity benefits for application to their Throw championship 6 years, in- is a constant source of amazement.
'/2 Chicken, lb. French Fries farmer, he is considered the em- insurance accounts, are now being, ternational title 2 years and her They are the foremost performers
Home Made Slaw, Hot Rolls B player and is responsible for fil- informed of their possible entitle- record of 49 out of 50 tries has of the day, making up an outstand-
o Ming the' return and submitting the ment to a waiver of premiums, i never been beaten in national ing team that has been acclaimed
tax. However, the farmer is requir- There are approximately 36 000 tournament history. During her the best anywhere in the nation
ed to keep a record of the name, insured in this category and Dixon fabulous career won a spot with -best dressed, best looking team
'tSHRIM P and OYSTER BOXES address and employer identify states that it is anticipated that the greats of sports in America's on the road anywhere. During the
Stion number of the crew leader approximately 15-20 percent of Athletic Hall of Fame The past 15 years many states have
From the ,famous Apalachicola Bay E v The social security tax on wages them will be granted a waiver of Helm's Athletic Foundation" of been represented on this team but
8 Fantail or 8 Large Fried Oysters paid in 1964, up to $4,800 an em- premium. Los Angeles, Calif. Miss' Walker, this season all the girls are from
French Fries, Slaw and Rolls ployee, is 7/4 percent-3 5/8 per- Dixon further advised that any took her place with such stars as the southern states.
cent deducted from the worker'sveteran drawing sixty percent or I
irpay and the sam e am ount paid by v tr a,-n-t d awing s e rceti o r--- ..d.V--
TRY OUR 'DELICIOUS SANDWICHES the emp loy er.' Both the wages re-Imore, not having deductions made PRE-INVENTORY SALE ON
Y U L U AN WIH p .i from his disability benefitsforp- PRE-INVENTORY SALE ON
port (Form 943) and the tax due plication to his insurance account,
should be sent to the District Di- should see his local Veteran Cou- C A I
rector of Internal Revenue,D Jack- se hi Cn HN A BIN LINK FENCE
'sonville, Florida, by January 31.kty Service Officer or write him at
Mr. Carsonville, Florida, by January 31 P. 0. Box 1437, St. Petersburg, so The Sale
D A ISY Q U E E Careyestressedh the need for that a determination can be made You BUY
employers to show the correct, to whether they will fall into H NOW
E J EE name and account number of each as to whether they will fall into Have BeenNOW
employee, together with the totalthis eligible class. Waiting &
wages paid to him in 1964. This For SAVE!
And SANDW ICH SHOP saves the employer the time and CLASSIFIED ADS!
Ill Bvil 9iVr expense involved in correcting anForthBest in Fencing Call the Old Reliables
erroneous report and assures each Midget Investments That Yield Wrthe Best in Guarantee on Every Fence Sold
401 Monument Ave. Phone 227-7181 i employee that he is receiving prop- Giant Returns! No Down Payment Low Monthly Payments
1. 1 I-,n .^Mii __._..- E.......... er credit for his earnings. Better H urry Lim ited Tim e
4110 W. Hwy. 98 Panama City

OFFICERS Statement of Condition of Phone 763-3945 Call Collect
Port St. Joe, Florida
H. H. SAUNDERS, Vice-President Peppery Hush Puppies
TED CANNON, Cashier. At the Close of Business December 31, 1964

GROVER C. HOLLAND, Asst. Cashier


Cash on Hand and Due from Banks $ 234,238.45
United States Bonds 1,602,614.40
State, County and Municipal Bonds 720,838.95 $2,557,688.80 .. .
Loans and Discounts 2,336,012.14 .
J. C. BELIN Overdrafts None .
Fixed Assets 94,597.18
T. S. COLDEWAY Other Assets _- 54,624.30 -.R '

WALTER C. DODSON Total ........... $5,042,925.42 entertaining foods really come into their own at this time ot
year. For your next get-together prepare little Pepplery Hush Pup-
R. ROY GIBSON, JR. pies. clever deep-fried (orn meal appetizers that are sure to make
a hit. Serve the crispy hush puppies with horseradish and chive-
LI A BI LITI E S sparked sour cream dip for extra zip.
A. L. HARGRAVES Enriched self-rising corn meal gives the Peppery Hush Puppies
S their tender crispness. This dependable baking product already
R. H. McNTOSH Caitl Stock $ 200,000.00 I has had the correct amounts of leavening and salt added for per-
R. H. McfNTOSH _et baking i'esults and flavor and this pre-measuring step by
Surplus _3__3.. 50,000.00 the miller means no sifting and only a few measuring steps for you.
S MUndivided Profits .. 14,694.89 Appetizers have a special place in our family's meal plans, too,
J. LAMAR MILLER IU d rof_ _its1,64.89 for like all snacks they can supplement the nutritional contribution
Reserves ..__. .... 71,203.72 of regular meals. Because they're prepared from enriched self-rising
Deposits 4 344 corni meal, Peppery Hush P'uppies supply the essential B-vitamins
H. H. SAUNDERS Dpos............_ thiamine, niacin and riboflavin and the minerals iron and calcium.
Other Liabilities ._._._. ....____ ____. .. 703,585.07 PEPPERY HUSH PUPPIES
48 to 60 appetizers

Total $5,042,925.42 2 cups enriched self-rising 1 teaspoon chili powder
corn meal 1 teaspoon pepper
'" I1 teaspoon instant minced 1 egg, beaten
L'-,*< Lonion % to 1 cup milk
Member Florida National Group of Banks Preheat fat for deep frying to 3650. In medium-sized mixing
Member Federal Deposts Insurance Corporation bowl blend corn meal, onion, chili powder and pepper. Mix egg and
Member Federal Depos Insurance Corporation cup milk. Add liquid all at once to corn meal mixture, stirring
lightly. Add more milk, if necessary, to make a stiff batter. Let
stand 3 minutes. Roll batter in palms of hands to make 1,-inch halls.
Drop balls into fat and fry until golden brown, 2 to 4 minutes. Drain
on absorbent paper and serve lhot.

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Miss Evelyn Jeanett

Thomas Martin Wat
The marriage of Miss Evelyn
Jeanette Tew, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Grady Tew of Panama
City, and Thomas Martin Watts,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Martin Watts of Port St. Jot, was
solemnized December 28 at 4:30
p. m. in Woodlawn Methodist
Church, Panama City.

Opening Times
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American International Picture

Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday


closing prayer, The Wedding rell Gibbons. Garden Club Meets
Prayer. Serving as the bridegroom's best i each year was discussed and plans cent, repetition, scale, balance, fo.
The sanctuary was beautifully man was his father. Ushering the it iVrS. NiCl0S were made to have the show at an cus, and rhythm.
i decorated with a background guests were Coleman Tharpe and earlier date than originally plan- During the social period the hos-
,i standard of white bridal flowers David White of Port St. Joe; Har- Th January meeting of the Port ned tess served refreshments t Mrs.
S'accented by two large candelabra die Philpps of Memphis, Tenn. and St. Joe Garden Club was held in Mrs. Ruth Nance, flower show Cecil Hewett, Mrs. Dave Jones, Mrs
s w holding white burning tapers. Barry Ross of Panama City. the home of Mrs. W. O. Nichols chairman, gave those present W. J. Herring, Mrs. H. F. Ayers,
] A single burning candle nestled For her daughter's wedding Mrs. with Mrs. W. M. Chafin as co-hos. schedules to be used for the show Mrs. Byrd, Mrs. Alsobrook, Mrs.
i = ? in ivy was centered in each win- Tew chose a royal blue wool suit April 10 and 11. Fred Maddox, Mrs. Arbogast, Mrs.
dow. Family pews were designated with matching accessories and wore Mrs. J. C. Arbogast gave a pro- Brouillette, Mrs. W. R. Ramsey,
With white satin bows and ivy a corsage of pink carnations. President, Mrs. Tom Byrd, pre- gram on color stressing that the Mrs. Nance, Mrs. George Cooper,
streamers. The bridegroom's mother was sided over the meeting, Minutes of skillful use of color will improve Mrs. Spillers, Mrs. Dixon and Mrs.
Accompanied to the altar on the attired in a blue jersey dress with the previous meeting were read and flower arrangement and make it Chason.
arm of her father, the bride was a navy blue duster complemented approved. Mrs. Tom Alsobrook easy to get just the effect you
lovely in her wedding gown of by a corsage of peppermint car- gave the financial report, want. Mrs. Helene Ferris attended a
white satin and lace, which fea- nations. Mrs. Byrd welcomed three visit- Highlight of the program was legislative meeting for new propos-
S* tured a delicate 'overblouse of lace Immediately following the cere- ors, Mrs. R. M. Spillers, Mrs. the talk and guessing game pre- ed state laws of the Florida Hair-
and a full length bell skirt. Her mony the bride's parents enter- Osa Dixon and Mrs. A. S. Chason. pared by Mrs. Herbert Brouillette dressers and Cosmotologists in Or-
Scrown of pearls was attached to a tained with a reception held in the The Spring Fashion Show which and Mrs. Tom Alsobrook using lando as representative of Affiliate
fingertip veil of silk illusion. She social hall of the church. is the main project of the club color to obtain harmony, unity, ac- No. 6, Panama City, last week end.
carried a bouquet of clusters of A green and white color theme
roses and stephanotis nestled in was carried with ivy and white
'* l tulle placed on a Bible. candles. The tables were accented
Attending her sister as maid of with the bouquets of the attend-
honor was Miss Lydia Tew. She ants. Centering the bride's table /
S' -wore a floor length gown of emer- was a lovely four tiered wedding
ald green taffeta featuring a'cake topped with the traditional
"*- ... "''* ^ scooped neckline, cap sleeves and bride and bridegroom. v .l i J m .'IA
a softly gathered bell shaped asnr id a.dbre... .I .1,t.,
Her circlet head biece was a s ki.Following the initial cutting of
material, and attached to- a soft e i cake by the bride atndbride-
veil. Her bouquet was a cascade of groom, the table was attended by
green fuji mums nestled in shaded Miss Michele Cunningham. Winter is fading fast and it's time now to restock your linen supply. You'll find
Tew Married to ribbon. Presiding at the refreshment the largest selection in Port St. Joe at COSTIN'S. .'. and at prices you can afford
I-Ve iVI Ma ,,e to Miss Henrietta Tew, sister of the table was Miss Tracy Burnham.
bride, was bridesmaid and wore a The bride's book was displayed
ts In Panama City gown identical to the maid of hon- on a table accented with the bride's A
or. She carried a colonial bouquet bpuquet and prayer book and at-
Rev. Robert W. Wingard offici- of green fuji mums. tended by Miss Becky Murray. I W B
ated the ceremony. Mrs. Nancy Miss Bess Tew, sister of the Assisting as hostesses were Mrs.
Wingard, organist, presented a bride, attended as junior brides- Don Chandler and Mrs. Ferrell ,- : -,
prenuptial program of wedding se- maid and was dressed as the Gibbons. ; .. FIELDCREST PERCALE
elections and accompanied Miss bridesmaid. For her traveling costume the .... ...'. .' .' Reg. Now
Chardlene Hales, soloist, as she Bearer of the rings was Neil bride wore a white wool suit with I .
fur trim, white satin hat and con- "' .- .
SI tasting accessories. She wore a 3Iy,-. .6 -'N .. e 2 w9 2.79
-corsage of white roses. f
SFollowing a wedding trip toWE-EL
0 III points of interest in Florida, the A LL
couple will be at home at 416 Lo- Reg. .Now
S IIrene St., Tallahassee. S, --- ReTl ......
The bride is a student of nurs- 3.29 2.69
i II.Iing at Florida State University -- .2.
where she will graduate in August. ''. 2.29
The bridegroom is a student in 7 9
English Education at Florida State 2.79 2.19
I:University and will also graduate LN COO E SE
Out of town guests included Mr.
Sand Mrs. Carl Norton and family Reg. 3.69 Now 2.99 Reg. 3.29 Now 2.79
IL-Iof Cleveland, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Oakland Ard and family of Jay; Reg. 2.98 Now 2.49
Mr. and Mrs. Hardie Phipps and
family of Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Blackburn of Opelika
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Barkes,
Mrs. Clyde Fite, Jo Ann and Mar- Towels,'W shoths Ore
tha Fite and Kenneth Dykes of
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Miss Patricia Duffene Lewis, Theodore

E. Grabowski Are United In Marriage
Miss Patricia Duffene Lewis, the bridegroom, which was a silver
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duffy bell encircled in a silver wedding
Melvin Lewis, and 4Theodore E. band.
Grabowski, son of Mrs. Frances Mrs. John W. Alford attended
Grabowski of Little Falls, N. Y., her sister as matron of honor. She
were united in matrimony Decem- wore a dress of pink with a lace
ber 30 at 2 p. m. in the First Bap- bodice and skirt of silk organza
tist Church, over taffeta. Her headpiece, was
Officiating* at the double-ring made of nylon tulle leaves em-
ceremony was the Rev. C. Byron bed with seed pearls attached to a
Smith. circlet veil.
Miss Sara Linda Richardson pre- Serving as best man was John
sented a prenuptial program of W. Alford, brother-in-law of the
favorite wedding selections on the bride, and James 0. Montgomery,
organ and accompanied soloist, Mrs. uncle of the bride, ushered the
Oscar Bateman, Jr., as she sang O' guests.
Perfect Love and The Lord's' For her daughter's wedding, Mrs.
Prayer. Lewis chose a blue three piece en-
Vows were spoken before an semble of silk with a lace over-
arch made by twin candelabra blouse, a white feather hat, and a
which were flanked with standards corsage of white carnations.
of white gladioli and chrysanthe- Mrs .Walter Grabowski, sister-
mums. in-law of the bridegroom, wore a
Given in marriage by her father, tan wool dress and matching jacket,
the bride was radiant in her gown contrasting accessories and a cor-
fashioried with a simple bodice of sage of white carnations.
Alencon lace with long sleeves ter- Immediately following the cere-
minating in a point over the wrist. mony a reception was held in the
Her Sabrina neckline was embroid- choir room of the church.
ered with sequins and pearls. The The wedding arch of candelabra
full overskirt of Alencon lace was was again used behind the bride's
edged with a band of lace .forming table and flanked with baskets of
a drape in the front and back with white glads and chrysanthemums.
a self material flower. Midway of Completing the setting were three-
the overskirt a band of nylon tulle tiered candelabra on either side of
was inserted with appliques of lace the wedding cake, which held burn-
flowers complementing the floor ing tapers.
length gown. Following the initial cutting of
Completing the bride's attire was the cake by the bride and bride-
a satin petal headpiece attached groom, the table was attended by
to a fingertip veil of silk illusion. Mrs. L. W. Cox and Mrs. Robert
She carried a white Bible covered Nobles.
-with a bouquet of white roses with Presiding at the refreshment
white satin streamers, lily of the table were Miss Norma Hobbs and
valley and love knots. Her only Miss Frances Spears.
accessory was a necklace, a gift of Registering the guests in the

Lawrence Circle
The Ruth Lawrence Circle of the
First Methodist W. S. C. S. met
Monday morning, January 18, in
the home of Mrs. Paul Blount.
The devotional, "The Year
Ahead-A New Year's Meditation,"
was read by Mrs. Paul Blount fol-
lowed by scripture from Isaiah
Mrs. J. L. Temple and Mrs.
Blount gave an interesting pro-
gram on Holding Institute, Laredo,
Texas, which was established in
1880 by Miss Nannie E' HIolding,
daughter of an itinerant Methodist
preacher from Kentucky.
Holding Institute provides edu-
cational opportunities in grades
7-12 for MVexicon students, who
compose the majority of the stu-
dent body, and helps them to ad-
just to customs, living conditions
and educational methods in the
United States. Unique service of
Holding is a "special English" pro-
gram, designed for non-English-
speaking students from Mexico,
Cuba and Central America.
In 1954 Holding Institute was
destroyed by flood. It was rebuilt
mainly with funds contributed
through the Week of Prayer and
Self-Denial offering.
The program was closed with a
prayer and the members .repeated
the W. S. C. S. benediction.
Those attending the meeting
were Mrs. M. L. Parker, Mrs. J. B.
Griffith, Mrs. W. D. Jones, Mrs.
Ralph Swatts, Sr., Mrs. J. L Tem-
ple, and Mrs. Eva Lovett, who was
enrolled as a new member.
Refreshments were served by the
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ramsey,
Greer, S. C., are the parents of a
son, John Phillip, born January 14.
The proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, 1403 Con-
stitution Drive.

bride's book was Mrs. Thurman
For her traveling costume the
bride wore a blue silk dress with
matching jacket and matching ac-
cessories. Her corsage was lifted
from her bridal bouquet.
Following a wedding trip the
I couple will reside in Ely, Nev..


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S eVnu U The Golden Agers met Monda
night, January 11, in the Florida
Port St. Joe Elementary School Power Lounge. The meeting open
Lunchroom Menus d with prayer by the outgoing
Monday, January 25 president, Mrs. E. H. Vanlanding
Barbecued beef on buns, cheese ham. During the business meeting
wedges, field peas, tomato cup, hame uringthe business meetin
apple pie, butter, milk. some unfinished business was dis
Tuesday, January 26 cussed and the -group voted to bu
Pork and rice, snap beans, carrot a plant and to plant flowe rseed
sticks, orange juice, peanut butter for the city park. Get well card
candy, white bread and butter, were signed to be sent to Mrs
milk. Calla Perritt and Mrs. Ellen Kir
Wednesday, January 27 land and a patient guest book was
Hot dogs, green butter beans, signed to be sent to Mr. E. E. Car-
cabbage slaw, oatmeal cookies, but- ter, a former member of the club
ter milk., now residing in Hialeah, Florida,
Thursday, January 28 Mr. J. A. Fillingim installed the
Turkey pie, English peas, lettuce officers for the new year.
and tomato salad, fresh oranges, The hostesses, Mrs. Patti Gibson
white bread and butter, milk. and Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, served Jap.
Friday, January 29 anese fruit cake and coffee to the
Fish sticks, turnip greens, but- twenty members and one visitor
tered rice, corn bread, strawberry present.
apple ,sauce, butter, milk. The next meeting will be held
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1T4e STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. 'UJRSDAY, JAXW ARY 21, 196Y
First Baptist Circle Samnt Morgan Addresses

y O 4 U 0 Met With Mrs. Spears Kiwanis Club Tuesday
.a .' Circle 2 of W. M. U. of the First Kiwanian Sam Morgan of- Pan-
_W- Baptist Church met in the home of ama City presented the program
l Mrs. C. D. Spears Monday after- to the Kiwanis Club Tuesday;. giv-
Snoon, Jan. 18, at 3 o'clock with ing the members food for thought
eight members present andf the as to the qualities of a good Ki-
g circle chairman leading. The pray- wanian and a good citizen.
- er chairman, Mrs. T. E. Parker, Morgan reminded the Kiwanians.
y brought the devotional, Isaiah that only two percent of our pop-
'_ *: 10:42, and special prayer for theulation are leaders and less than
s I'ii'''...missionaries on the prayer calen-'one per cent "pushers". The re-
S --r by Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon Then mainderare "followers". He urged
c ~--- "'*"Lte""X^^-the program chairman, Mrs. E. C. Kiwanians to be in the two or one
S .. .*o "- .. Cason, brought the program from percent minority.
,. .. the Royal Service Magazine on T
b .:--'' -"':":." '". .. "Confronting Moral Issues, Crime The club also heard a recorded'
.,-,_y ..... .."Confronting Moral Issues, Crime,
SEtc" Mrs. Casoi dismissed th message from Edward Moreland,
Etc." Mgroup w i th prayer. Then all en- President of Kiwanis International
g joyed the social hour. on the occasion of the golden an.
anniversary of Kiwanis.
1 h School Begins Publicatioi of Series of Articles "Know Clubbers Mike White and Ted
BAPTIST CHURCH Clubbers Mike White and Ted
Your High School" to be Carried n The Star Each Week Circle No. 1 of First Baptist'Whitfield and Keyette.s Edith Mc-
r Your HighChurch met Monday, an. 18th, in Lawhon and Martha Fite, J. C.
1the home of Mrs. Karl Marshall on Finney of Kokomo, Indiana, L. D.
Since your child spends at least provements of the past few years, progress and succeed, must be sup- Seventh Street for their monthly Lewis, W. W. Straughn, J. W.
r 1,275 hours at Port St. Joe High the "Star" will feature articles with ported by the community Scircle program. Baumgartner, Coleman Blizzard
School, you should be aware of the pertinent information about each These articles are being present- Chairman, Mrs. Marshall, called and John Bradshaw of Panama
complete school program. department of the school during ed so that you may be informed the meeting to order. Prayer by City.
To make you aware of the basic the next several weeks. of the school's programs, services, Mrs. Alice Macomber opened the
program and the changes and im-1 The school system, in order to, goals, achievements, and needs, meeting. comber opened Licenses Available In
Devotional was brought by Mrs.
SIb ASADIE HAWKINS DANCE Hazel.Blackburn. Calendar of pray- Local -Sheriff's Office
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 er was observed and prayer by Mrs.
SHThe Student Council of Port St. Margaret Nichols followed. All state and county licenses are,
Program topic, "Identifying the now available in Port St. Joe at
Joe High School will sponsor a Issues," was subject for an open the office of Deputy Sheriff Wayne
Sadie Hawkins dance Friday, Jan. discussion by all members present. White, it was announced this
22 ,at the Centennial Building. The Program was closed with prayer week.
an annual part of life in "Dog- business session followed. Hostess drivers licenses, fishing and hunt-
The Port t. Joe Garden Club Joe. Total attendance 35. patch U. S. A." served refreshments to the nine ing licenses, marriage licenses,
was hostess to an all day workshop Som e of the facts brought out 35.Music will be by "The Check- members present. etc., are available in the Deputy's
was hostess to an all day workshop Some of the facts brought out mates." The dance will last from office, which is located above the
on horticulture which was held at by various speakers were: Now is 8 until 2. Admisison will be 75c METHODIST WOMEN TO MEET Fire Station in the City Hall.
the St. James Parish House on the season for planting trees; Use stag; $1.00 drag. IN PANAMA CITY JAN. 26 Fire tation i the from 9:00 am.
Tuesday, January 19. trees as a part of the landscape $ drag Marianna District officers of the to 12:00 noonurs are frnd 1:00 to 5m 9:00 a.m.
On arrival, out of town members plan; Plant trees native to this CLUB AN N CMT Marianna District officers of the to 12:00 noon and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
On arrival, out of town members plan; Plant trees native to this CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT Woman's Society of Christian Serv- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
were served coffee and doughnuts section of the state; A wide choice Woman's Society of Christian Ser- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
i by Mrs. Tom Byrd, Mrs. Dave Jones of perrenial plants are available Club 22 of Medoly Rebekah ice of the Methodist Church will Friday and from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
and Mrs. Henry Ayers. and, give permanent beauty; Quick Lodge of Port St. Joe held their hold their spring meeting in the noon on Wednesday and Saturday.
The program for the day was beauty can be achieved by a grea- monthly club meeting Monday Fellowship Hall, First Methodist
given by experienced gardeners ter use of annual plants; specimen night, January 18, at Mrs. Flora Church, Panama City, Florida, School Board Enters
and was as follows:'- plants and cut flowers should be Long's house. Tuesday, January 26, from 9:30 A. lm Library Co-op
Prayer, Mrs. J. D. McCullough, grown and groomed for the flow- Officers were elected for the M to 1:00 P. M. Film library CO-op
The Beaches Club. er show, not just gathered up at coming year as follows: Mrs. Hazel Mrs. LaRue Garrett, district
Welcome Address, Mrs. Tom the last moment; Soil in flower Sims, President; Mrs. Eleanor Wil- president, will preside. The Gulf County School Board
Byrd, St. Joe Club. beds should be enriched with barn- liams, Vice:Pr'esident; Mrs. Vir- entered into an agreement last
"Trees for Beauty", Mrs. Edith, yard fertilizer, peat moss and com- ginia Smith, Secretary; Mrs. Lillie' Former 'Resident Dies week with Calhoun and Franklin
Hutchinson, Parker Club and Mrs. mercial fertilizer; Water is of the Rasmussen,. Secretary. i., Dis Counties for the operation of a
R. H. Segrest, Bonifay Club. greatest importance. The club worked on corsages and In Rome, Ga., Jan. 11 cooperative film and instructional
"Perennials for Beauty", Mrs. J. ". i materials library.
B. Dowling, Marianna Club. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL P.T.A. Rebekahn Assemorat y in Ft Lauder Mrs. C. H. Johnson of Rome, Gulf County has participated in
"Annuals for Beauty", Mrs. M. MEETS TONIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK dale in May. The meeting was ad- Ga., passed away Monday night, this project for the past several
S. Culverhouse, Panama City Club Elementaryourned and refreshments were January 11. years, but the "partnership" must
Cluband Mrs. George W. Horn, Chipley School P. T. A. will meet tonight served. refreshments were Funeral services were conducted be renewed each year.
lub. at 800 P M Plans for ndinWednesday afternoon in Walter- The centralized library makes
"Beauty for Beach Gardens", at 8:00 P. M. Plans forspending boro, S. C. available to all three school sys-
Mrs. J. D. McCulagh, The Beaches carnival proceeds will be outlined. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, former teams, a large number of films
Garden Club. Dr. R. E. King, chairman of residents of Port St. Joe, were and other teaching aids through a
"Groom for Beauty", Mrs. Ralph County Educational Study Commit- known to their friends as Whaley Government matching plan.
Nance, St. Joe Club and Mrs. John tee, is guest speaker. and Mildred.
McDonald, Cottondale Club. Membership dues will be receiv- ------ Mrs. Etta Kathryn Parrish and
Members from the following ed for the last time this year, an- Mr .and Mrs. George Zeigler and son, Jeffrey, are visiting Mrs Par-
clubs attended: Chattahoochee, Cot- ounces Williston Chason, member- children have returned to their ish's sister, Mrs. George Zeigler,
tondale, Chipley, Marianna, Par- ship chairman. home in Chesapeake, Va., after and family in Chesapeake, Va.
ker, Panama City Beaches, Gulf ------- visiting their parents here, Mr. and
Beach, Panama City and Port St. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR Mrs. Chris Martin.
S- -' -. ----Mr. and Mrs. William Lucas and
son, Bill, from North AugustaS
.,. -'J BS .r i l I ''". C., left Tuesday morning after vis-
iting with William's parents, Mr.
OLD "0' and Mrs. J. 0. Lucas.

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Phone 227-3781

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Bowling News

LADIES TEAM MEETS TEAM games from Faye's Drive-In on
FROM MARIANNA ON LANES lanes 7 and 8. Myra Hodge rolled
An enjoyable match was held at high for Nedley's with 420. She
St. Joe Bowling Lanes between a had a high game of 168. Charlotte
team from Marianna and St. Joe. Nedley added 368 and she picked
These girls from Marianna got off up the 4-7-10 split. Faye Gardner
to a slow start, not being used to bowled well over her average with
our lanes, but came back real !399 for Faye's. Zela Adams had
strong. Jimma Driggers had games 361.
of 94-173-156. Series 423. Audrey Team Standings W. L.
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Series 454. Total pins, 1,786. Florida Bank 31 2 40'/2
St. Joe girls were Ruby Lucas, Nedley's 31 41
127-150-149; series 426. Jerry Free- 13 Mile 30 42
man, 134-146-148; series 428. Eve- Faye's 29 43
lyn Smith 166-143-211; series 520.'Glidden 28V2 431'
Lois Smith 143-140-139; series 422.
Total pins for this team 1,796. LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
This was a scratch game, so St. Lanes 1 and 2 sow Pate's take
Joe won by ten pins. Evelyn Smith three games from Rich's with Ben-
came through with a fine third nie Hunter (sub) with a 378 series;
game of 211 which really helped to Mary Alice and Linda Richardson
win. tied with a 332 and Debbie Tank-
All enjoyed -the match, win or ersley with a 325.
lose. St. Joe girls are looking for- Gloria Morgan was high for
ward to meeting these girls on Rich's with a 396; Patsy Stores a
their lanes in Marianna in the near 286 and Marie Boone, 273.
future. On lanes 3 and 4 The Senators

Florida National Bank won three
games from 13 Mile Oyster Co.
last week on lanes 1 and 2. Norma
Hobbs bowled 427 for the Bank
and Connie Kirkland had 423. Bil-
lie Padgett rolled 373 for 13 Mile
and Dana Rose had 368.
St. Joe Laundry and Comforter's
split for two games each on lanes
3 and 4. Sue Moore bowled high
for Comforter's with 444. She had
,games of 128-162-154. Elise Rogers

and West Florida Gas split two
and two with Mary Brown as high
bowler for The Senators with a 444
series- Vivian 'Hardy, 386; Betty
Whitehyirst, 370 and Mildred Ken-
nington, 293.
Alice Machen was high for West
Florida Gas with a 407 series;
Janet King, 357; Aline 1Abrams,
355, and Allie McDonald, 335.
On lanes 5 and 6 Jitney Jungle
took three games from Whitfield
Strikers with Evelyn Smith high
for Jitney Jungle with a 528 series;

Published Evwry Thursday At 305 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
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Centered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, dt the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfu1D-
weighed, The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly e
rijees. The spoken word is lost; thb printed word remains.


Some of our friends in the metropolitan areas of South
Florida seem to be letting their thirst for much, much greater
representation in the Legislature overcome their reason.
One Dade County Representative, in a pet because the
federal court agreed to let the present Legislature sit in regu-
lar session this spring before tackling reapportionment again,
sounded an alarm that the smaller counties will use the sixty
days to steal the state.
This apparently was reflected in a newsman's inquiry of
Governor Burns at Miami Beach about whether he would use
his veto power to stop any bills which would, be harmful to
the big counties.

added 410 with a game of 159. Lois Jean Stebel a 413 and she also He said he would. Of course, he should. He should veto
Smith rolled 458 for the Laundry picked up the 5-19 split. bills that would wrongfully harm an county regardless of
with games of 157-185-116. Brenda Janet Marshall had 393 and Lois bs that would wrongfully harm any county regardless of
Perry had 401. Faulk 373. size. But what makes anyone think there will be such bills?
St. Joe Furniture won three High for The Strikers was Jerry The big counties will have more representation in the
games from Glidden as Mary Freeman with 458 series; Ruby Lu- 1965 Legislature than any other session in Florida history,
"Cutchie" Brown bowled a whop- casa 446; Mary Harrson,a412, and and these metropolites can't point to a single bill being shoved
ping big 233 game. She had a 522 Eula Dickey a 379. Mary and Rubythrough all the previous sessions that was intended to be
series. Good bowling, Cutchie. Eve- picked up the 5-7 split. through all the previous sessions that was intended to be
lyn Smith had 490 with a 200 On lanes 7 and 8 Amison's and harmful to their interest.
game. Evelyn Murdock was high Beaman's split two and two with They can cite some bills which their interests advocated
bowler for Glidden with 502. She Lois Smith high for Amison's with and the Legislature refused to pass complete urban re-
had games of 175-141-186. Julia a 477 series; Ann Whittle a 450,. newal authorization, constitutional revision, and reapportion-
Morris had 387. and Christine Lightfood, 397.
NedlMorrs hadFlorist won three Loyce Beaman was high for Bea- meant (which, itself, is one of the few matters that ever bring
Nedley's Florist won three man's with a 417 series; Eleanor a clear cut fights between big and little counties).
364; Audrey, 340, and Irene Bea- *
L a A d man a 334. Oh, they'll say, "What about gas tax distribution, and
We want to congratulate Irene the equal divisions of race track gambling tax receipts among
ing up the 5-10 split and Ruby Lu- the sixty-seven counties?" The historic facts are these:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF cas d Mary Harrison for picking Equal distribution of gambling receipts wasn't pushed
CAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, up the 5-7 split. through to harm or rob the big counties which have the race
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY. Congratulations are also in or- tracks. It was the payment which big counties, wanting rac-
In Re: Adoption of der for Jerry Freeman having an ing legalized, offered to little county legislators who feared
FRANKLIN EBNETER, III. all spare game. She is the first in 1
THE STATNKLIN EBNETER, OF FLORIDA., our league to do so. Congratua they wouldn't be able to explain votes for legalizedgambling
FRwhose last known address is 201 tions, Jerry. to their voters unless they could show a financial benefit to
Grand Street, Walden, New York: Standings W. L. their own counties. Will the big racing counties now say the
You are hereby notified that a E. L. Amison's __42 22 economic benefits from their tracks are not as great as the
peCourt itiby James Earen fled iYoung and Jitney Jungle ----41 23 tax loss from equal distribution? Let them offer a bill in
Doris Young, praying for adoption Whitfield Strikers 36 28 the Legislature to call off that 1931 deal legal racing and
of the minor child, Franklin Eb- Tapper's Senators .-31 33 all
neter, III, and you are hereby re- Rich's --30'/2 33' all.
quired to be and appear in said West Florida Gas T-30% 33'/ The gasoline tax distribution plan one-third to the
Court on Monday, February 16, Pate's 27% 36 counties in proportion to population, one-third according to
1965, and to show cause, if you Pat's
why said petition should not be n Bdan's. 17' 46% land area, one-third according to miles of road contributed
"Thig order to be published for by each county to the state highway system in 1931 wasn't
four consecutive weeks ,in The PINES forced on the big counties either. -They had to have some of
Star. a newspaper published 'in' '- that state tax money to bail them out of foolish debts they
Gulf CoITunESS my hand and official Stand Tall made to build roads,, haphazardly and expensively during the
seal this 14th day of January, In Florida's boom. Little counties like Liberty and Lafayette, which
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE, weren't progressive enough to borrow money for road build-
Clerk Circuit Court. Future! ing, get almost nothing from the 1931 road mileage factor,
Jan. 14, 21, 28-Feb. 4 and their share from the population factor becomes less every

SREFOT OF CONDITION OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT year, because the big counties are growing at a tremendously
PORT ST. JOE OF PORT ST. JOE, IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, faster rate. The land area shares remains constant, and-
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31, 1964 PUB- since roads between big cities necessarily cover mileage
THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED through sparsely populated counties--who is to say this is
STATUTES. I an unrealistip factor?

Cash', balances with other banks, and cash items
in process of collection $ 234,238.45
United States Government obligations, direct and
guaranteed (Net of any reserves) ._ 1,602,614.40
Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net
of any reserves) 720,838.95
Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves) --_ 2,336,012.14
Fixed assets 94,597.18
Other assets 54,624.30

7. TOTAL ASSETS __-_-_____
'. Dcm-nd deposits of individuals, partnerships
and corporations
9. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner-
ships and corporations
1 Deposits of United States Government
'1. Tneneits of St:ntes and political subdivisions
12. Deposits of banks
13. Certified and officers' checks
14. TOTAL EEPOSITS .._____.______$4,303,441.54
(a) Total deci'nd deposits .... $3,863,896.45
(b) Tctal t;me .and savings deposits 439,545.09
'5. Other liabilities

Con-mon stock-par value per share .-__$25.00
No shares authori1 8,000




1'o. s'arecs outstanding, 8,000 Total par value _--- 200,000.00
3. Surplus ..- --- ---..... 350.Co0 .r.0
'". Un6divdcd pr-cfits 14,694.89
3. Reserves 71,203.72
21. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _._.--.-.- ------ 635,898.81
I., Walter C. Dodson, President of the above-named bank, do hereby
declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of
condition and declare that it has been examined. by us and to the best
of our knowledge and belief is true and correct.

The facts are that most of our present big cities were
over represented in the Legislature of Florida for many more
years than they have been under represented and that nearly
Ill of the spectacular growth of Miami, Tampa, St. Peters-
burg and Orlando-where the complaints are the loudest-
occurred with the help of laws passed by a Legislature of 38
Senators and 95 Representatives apportioned substantially as
'hey were in 1925.
Such alarms as we hear from the urban areas today only
lpiohtens the fear among the small and middle sized counties
that they are in for reckless punishment if an irrational
metropolitan;majority gets control. These fears will not help
in reaching a reasonable accord on reapportionment.
You would think the Nation should be able to rock
along for a year on a mere $100 billion of spending money.
And President Johnson is reported whittling away on the
spending estimates (even during his Christmas visit to the
ranch) to bring $108 billion requested by the Government
agencies for existing programs down to the rounder and less
painful figure.
But it will take more effort than turning out super-
Fluous lights in the White House. In fact, budget-wise old
Washington hands are expecting it will take all the leger-
demain-shifting of spending from the new budget to the
old, or to revolving trust funds; underestimating costs es-
pecially on programs Congress wants, applying unused bal-
ances instead of asking new money-and disappearing acts
the experts know.
Whatever the surface figure, however, nourishment for
the "Great Society" is going to be right in there.

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today's recipe for a quick fluffy frosting that kee
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Whipped Topping Mix is especially good for fill
fancy torte, made by splitting two cake layers in

1 can (8-3/4 oz.) crushed pineapple
1 envelope whipped topping mix
1 package (3-3/4 oz.) pineapple cr
instant pudding
I cup cold milk
2 baked 9-inch chocolate cake laye
pineapple, measuring-syrup; then add i
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- Say You Saw It In The
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ing New Books Being HE STAR,Port St. Joe, Fla.
braries this week ,as well as psy-
S 1Readied for.Library chology books, such as Louisa
Rhine's search into ESP entitled
SBy Jane Patton, Director i"Hidden Genetic Channels of the
.. Northwest Regional Library Mind."
S' : Some of the finest books in print Attractice, too, are Asimov's "In-
are being received and processed side -the Atom," "The Genetic
for basic collections in the new li- Code," and "The Human Brain."
braries now. Most of them were Practical are "Your Florida Gar-
already in the main library at Pan- den" and Vanderbilt's .... ,..i..
ama City but because of their merit The best of fiction writers are
copies were obtained to stay per- represented, too, by lHminigway,
manently in branches at Chipley, London, Costain, etc, etc.
-. ewahitchka, and Port St. Joe. It In establishing the new branches
is interesting to us to see new cop- we are more than ever convinced
ies of old standbys, and their titles of the importance of the public
are worth listing just to be remind- library's role in preserving the old
ed of the wise saying, "Half of as well as a resource for informa-
knowledge is knowing where to tion about the new!
.,;.. ... find it!" ____________
'There are books of poets and R gi Head Of
i poetry, such as "The Oxford Book Regon H Of
of Verse," handbooks such as
'.ANS' "Guides to Reptiles and Amphib- Wildlife Reports
ians," to birds, to shells, and to' s
with frostings, try minerals. Music and art books such I PANAMA CITY-Florida wild-
,ith Dream Whip as "Closs' Encyclopedia of the ife officers made 715 arrests in
ing and topping a Great Composers" and of the the third district during the six
half horizontally, opera. There are basic books for months period from July 1 through
hobbies, such as "fhe Horseman s December 31, 1964, according to
Encyclopedia," on Ceramics, Swim- John Brown, regional manager,
le ming, and "The Amateur Photog- Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
ea rapher's Handbook." mission, Panama City.
Practical facets of everyday life Hunting violations led the field
are reflected in titles such as -'ith a total of 436, with "hunting
rs "Room by Room," a guide to wise in close darea" being the most fre-
water to syrup to buying, and "Study Successfully" quent (130), violations of the fed-
pudding, milk, and (written for elementary and h'gh eral migratory bird laws on taking
bowl. Beat slowly school students). Sociological sub-' -"ate~fowl and doves next (118) and
oeed and beat until jects of vast portent are discussed hunting license or permit irregu-
Fold in pineapple. in books such as "The Right to larities third (62).
d pineapple filling Life," questioning euthanasia, abor- Fishing violations numbered 161,
tion, suicide, and war, as well as of which 141 were charges of fish-
such titles as "The Wasted Ameri- ing without license.
cans" where Edgar May looks Boating law violations totaled
Star deeply into our welfare problem 118. Equipment deficiencies (life
Star to see why millions of Americans preservers, running lights, etc.)
are on relief in the middle of af- were citem 108 times while failure
S fluence' to comply with boat registration
Religious books, such as "The laws were detected 10 times.
S Prophets for the Common Reader" The third district covers 16 coun-
and 'The Story of American Re- ties from Escambia through Jeffer-
v rligion" are going to the new li- son.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965 Zoning Ordinance
.(Continued From Page 1)
S-.Upon this motion, the permission
S was granted.
.-.- A7 It was then brought to the at-


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Cooper Na' ,A to GM
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General motors has announced
that Ji -A Cooper. local Chevrolet.

WHEREAS January 21, 195 is the Golden Anniversary of the
founding of Kiwanis International,
And, WHEREAS achievement of this milestone represents
more than the completion of fifty canlndar ears hut is in truth

.. tension of the Board that a new Olds l. Pontiac dealer for the the golden anniversary of community service,
h om e b eing built by P. W. Petty, nroa ng months, has beenappoint- And, WHEREAS the men of Kiwanis have contributed un.-
some five inches for a dista ence reaching to serve as GM Community Re- selfishly to the good of this community, aided in their work by
-'" five feet beyond the legal '4Fte ~t~r Chairman for Port St. Joe rhe~ vizens.
S back line allowed under thb ,- and vicinity. I, therefore, call upon the citizens to join me in honoring the
Sing ordinance. d .eh The chairmanship carries a com- Ki' ni'ri of Port St. Joe, as those Kiwanians have honored us in
Petty's house is locP munity service responsibility. Mr. countless ways throughout the years, and I declare this to bet-y
Street which runs an e16th Cooper can make available to the Kiwanis Golden Anniversary Week in Port St. Joe, urging each and
S The rear portion : angle public a variety of interesting and every citizen to join me in wishing this organization of our fellow
.. .a triangle ab ,ti I house has educational materials in the form citizens a happy birthday and many more to come in the years
and nothiangle ab* 1V feet long of motion pictures, booklets and that lie ahead.
and nothinghes wtae Witness my hand and seal,
jutting ov five inches wide presentations from GM's public re-
t The' r e -te al setback line. lations staff. One of the films is FRANK HANNON,
Stise .,-A 7 board agreed to adver- "Farmer of Tomorrow," produce Mayor.
tis T T p2mlain-ts by those in the especially for the. Future Farmers
HONORED AT SHOWER-Pictured above are hostesses and honoree f .gborhood as the, ordinance pro- of America. A new aid for the pro.
at a shower last Friday night honoring Mrs. Lonnie Smith. Pi des and then make a decision, motion of safety is the color mo- RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
turned above, left to right, are Mrs. Waylon Graham, Mrs. harles Johnson, 608 Garrison tion picture "The Safest Township ne of Florida's oldest legal reserve companies specializing in
Smith, mother of the. honoree, Mrs. Lonnie Smith, Miss Gl% iA MSked the City for permission to Anywhere." GM films are free of hospital, medical, surgical, income protection anies specializing in
Burke, Mrs. Ola henton and Miss Dianne James. (s l extend his home along present hospice u canda full line of
Burke, Mrs. OlAeton and Miss Dianne James extend his home along present charge life insurance coverage is planning an extensive expansion pro-
o-madd erom to othe home.over General Motors is the donor of gram and will recruit a limited number of men to complete our
SThe home extends one foot over staff.
Stork Shower Honors Mrs. Lon he Srnlthe legal limit now allowed but awards in the National 4-H Safety 1. Applicant must be over 21 and under 55 years of age.
r ,. I was built before the ordinance Program. Mr. Cooper said a safety 2. Must have a burning desire to earn $50 a day with our day
I Frid y Night+ At P w was uilt beo ret he ord handbook is available for club lead- old qualified leads.
ay erge entin effect. s writing to General Motors, 3. $433.34 monthly guaranteed earnings to those who qualify
SSince the addition will follow ersby wr M.tg G ene, De Moitor' with a potential of $800 to $1600 per month.
A stork shower honoring Mrs. a present lines of the home the G. M. Building, Detroit 2, 4. Men selected will be given office and field training by exper-
Betty Jo Smith was an event of .Refreshmenrts of punch, cup Board agreed to advertise for ob- Michigan ienced Company personnel including week end schooling in
January 15, at the Florida Powet takes, mints and nuts were served jections. Well known locally for active in- 5.Automobiled necessary in Florda or Georgia.
Lounge. to guests attending. ------ terest in schools, merchant associ- Those selected must begin immediately.
The lounge, decorated with ta- Mrs. Smith received -many love- ation, school board industrial pro- 7. The men selected at this time will, within 30 days, be placed
mellias and fern was lovely for the ly and useful gifts. Robberies Solved grams, Mr. Cooper also will be in in charge of nearby branch offices as managers.
a position to cooperate with club For confidential interview fill out and mail coupon below. If
(Continued From Page V1) groups, schools or any other local you feel it necessary, you may submit personal resume along
THE STEVE LUCASES LEAVE KITTY JONES MAKES JONES groups, schools, or any other local with coupon.
FOR C LARLESTON, S. C. DEAN'S LIST (Another Jones) on several occasions at the Indian organization which may find Gen- AME
-ONoPass houses that had been bur- eral Motors materials of interest NAME
Mr. and Mrs. Steve. Lucas and Jones Business College has nam- glarized. for use in the development of pro- STREET ADDRESS
daughter left this week for Char- ed Sara Katherine (Kitty) Jones to Collins then notified White -of grams. CITY and STATE
leston, S. C., where Steve will be the Dean's List for her high staln- the find and the two began inves- TEL.nO.
stationed. Mrs. Lucas has been dard of excellence in scholastic at- tigating from this lead. The inves TEL. NO.
with her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. tainment during the last quarter, tigation turned up two suspects Mr. and Mrs. George Edward AGE
Ivey Cooper, while Steve served a Kitty was a member of the 19'64 along with Whideon. A search war- Montgomery and son from Goshen, Write: Personnel Director
three months tour of duty on the graduating class from Port St. Joe rant was obtained and the two New York, visited recently with P. 0. Box 10475
John Adams. Steve, who was here! High School and is the daughter of deputies went seeking loot and George's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tampa, Florida
for a week, and family also visit- IMr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones. they found it. George L. Montgomery.
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. She attends Jones Business The deputies arrested Whideon
.Lucas. School at Orlando. on a .charge of breaking and en- -__
tering with intent to commit grand
larceny. Later in the week they ar-
rested John L. Glass, also of East
Point, on the same charge. The'
third suspect is a patient at the
State Hospital at Chattahoochee.
NO JOB TOO Deputy White said that the sus- ,
pects apparently approached the
homes by water in a boat to de
i LARGE OR their misdeeds.
Over the course of the two
TOO SMALU years, nine cottages had been bur-
"O glarized; some of them several FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house in WANTED TOO BUY: Good uset-
', times. house located in the loveliest Oak Grove, 615 Maddox St. Chain I furniture. Call us for highest
section of 'the city. 1800 sq. ft. of link fence around back yard. Con-' prices paid. SURPLUS SALES
living area. Three large bedrooms, tact Bill Sweazy, 227-8677. tfc-1224 ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tf
dining room, Florida room, two
w rin Ar bathrooms, large kitchen. Wall.to FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- -OR SALE: Office machine ribbon
New Ordinances Are wall carpeting and ceiling to floor ling at Oak Grove. Also two- for all popular machines. $1.f
Heard-B Ct Bor Ddrapes in living room. Central air story dwelling on 10th Street. See 'he Star. Phone 227-3161.
-- Heard By City Board conditioning and heating system, Citizens' Federal Savings and Loan
built in oven and range, 13.5 cu. ft. Association. tfc WORK WANTED: Call Betty M
1- 7Vil i A 35-page ordinance, Number 16, freezer-refrigerator, garbage dis- rie Lee at 227-3534. lt
was brought up for the third and postal unit, cedar lined closets. Dou- FOR SALE: Single dwelling, 2
o ac ( final reading Tuesday night by the carport with workshop and bedrooms. Easy terms. Closing SALESMAN WANTED: Are you
*44l'4^ C, Brd. 20 cmletey lansaed. Pc 1 cost only. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr. looking for a good part-time or
City Board. 1200' completely landscaped. Price full-time income in Gulf County or
The Ordinance provides struc- $26.600. George Small, 109 AllenFOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom Port St. Joe. ManyRawleigh deal-
So. tural limits for moving houses and Memorial Way. masonry home. Located on Mar- ers earn $2.50 and up per hour.
buildings into the city limits and HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5 write Raleft FAv Ln 26, Me
also sets construction limits for bedrooms. 1Y2 baths, carport, phis Tenn 2-4
new buildings. chain link fence, excellent condi- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1508 phis, Tenn.
The new ordinance, for the most tion 108 Westcott Circle or call Palm Blvd. Ey terms. Call 227- TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex-
F o i F a st F part, follows limits set out by the 2293291 8636or227-4311. ltp perience. Office in Dalkeith.
FOR SALE: Large mobile home For appointment call Wewa 639-
Southern Building Code. FOR SALE: Below wholesale. 55x lots at Mexico Beach on canal. 2415, R. L. Capps. pd-4-15
Another ordinance read for the ,10 2 bedroom, bath \ and half, Stop paying rent. Own your own.
Sd 'first time Tuesday night calls for, 1962 Magnolia mobile home. All Only $100 cash and $14.46 month. INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
I a change in the garbage ordinance. appliances built in. Will entertain Less than rent. R. L. Fortner, at tax work also. Bookkeeping ser-
Eim The change calls for all super anyreasonable offer. Call 227- phone 648-3241. tfc-1-21 vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs.
l d-t' a......ne as ........ ...er 2711. Mrs. Stern. ltP .. C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. 11tc-1-14
markets to have covered garbage WANTED TO RENT: 3 or 4 bed-
containers of not more than two FOR SALE: Property at White City room home. Phone 227-2711, ext
cubic yard capacity. The containers ContactGrover Holland at Flor- 215 or write P. 0. Box 217, Port St.
cubic yard capacity. The 'containersida National Bank for information. Joe. lte LOWER TAX RATES
may be leased' from the city by Changes in deductions. You
the month for $1.00 per cubic yard FOR SALE: 6 room cottage on lot FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. need help?
Offset and Letterpress or purchased outright from speci- 50' x 150', all fenced. Living 1506 Long Avenue. Phone 227- INCOME TAX SERVICE
speciroom, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bath, 5426. tfc-1-21 J. D. Clark 1017 Long Ave.
fications provided :by the City. hot and cold water, utility room, 24 Years Experience
FCopy and Design Experts The change is to make the or- double carport and wash shed, at FOR RENT: Small two bedroom
Copy Design Experdinance compatible with a new au- 68 18th St., 150 feet off Highway house, 910 Woodward Ave. Pip-
tomaticloading garbage load pack- 98. A bargain for cash.. Write P. ed for natural gas. $30.00 per mo. MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
tTyesettin0-Engraving erte ty i a r ein oa wor O. Box 318, Apalachicola. 4tp-1-7 Telephone 227-3661. tfc-1-21 man is as near as your telephone.
these trash areas. FOR SALE: College campus trans- FOR RENT: Well furnished 3 beda C all 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-om
t t h portation for those who do not room house at St. Joe Beach. Post Office. Local and Long Dith
We pride ourselves in turning have automobile parking permits. Call J. D. Clark at 227-7771. t ac e Moving. Free Estimates.
$1963 Honda 50. Like new condi- FOR RENT: Furnished room with
)ut quality work and in meeting 4 SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT tion. Completely rebuilt this month. th SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
'Io iAt '$295.00. Phone 227-4611 or see Bob private entrance and b a t h. Buford Griffn, phone 229-3097
11 deadlines. See us for your The Student Council of Port Ellzey. Phone 227-4241. ---- -
11 deadlines. See us for your St.Joe High School is currently HOUSE DOCTOR: Carports, patios,
st. Joe High School is currently FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- room additions. Also complete&
aext printing order! selling Shark pennants for 50c Hardwood floors, built in electric room house. Convenient to town repair and masonry work. For free
each. Show your spirit and sup- appliances, built in heating system, and school. Phone 78536. tfc-12-30 estimate phone 229-1148 or 229-
Sport the Sharks by buying one chain link fence. 2 years old. For 4556. 4tp-l-14
7-/^-^T-r and taking it to all the ball information ncall 227-8341. tfc-22 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot-
and king t to all the ba tage with large porch. On St. WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
l ^-. ^ H games. You may buy one from FOR SALE Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
any Student Council member. MEXICO BEACH 648-3472. tfc-7-16 sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
any Studen o meber. New white brick, unfurnished, Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
_______ i -3 br., 2 baths, Florida room, ex- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
SWASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL tra storage space, carport, fenced ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone WILLIS V. ROWAN, POSI It.
WASH ........GTON H.GH SCH. yard, Shown by appointment only. 227-8642. tfc-12-17 THE AMERICAN LEGION, ea.w
.:S.1 -- -- SPONSORING CAR WASH $1,500.00 down $16,500.00 ine second and fourth 'ues.-day
"New 2 br., frame asbestos FOR RENT: Business property on nights, 8:00 p.m. American LatK n
M The Glee Club of Washington shingle siding. Furnished except Highway 98. With living. quarters Home.
.. See fo or your -'High School is sponsoring a ear lr.. 2 adjacent lots 50x150 each in- connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6
'/ ^.See us for your ;wash for the purpose of purchas- cluded $10,000.00 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- RA.M.-Regular convocation on St.
3 ..... ...,, ^,. 3 hr.. furnished le screen .. Joseph Chapter No. 56. R.A.M

ng roes. The car wash will take preecorated, ot75 urshe on t. Joe eacn. 1st and 3rd ondays. All visiting
place at the Ball Park. It will begin xlor beachside of hwy. $10,750.00 month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- companions welcome.
at 9 a. m. Saturday morning, Janu- BEACH LOTS. Good terms. 3840. tfc-10-1 JOE EVANS, High Priest
ary 23 and last until 5 p. m. The $1,000.00 and up JOHN C. DICKEY. Secretary
price will be $1.00 per car. 2rST. JOE BEACH FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri- -TE WL
prce will be $1.00 per car 2 br. house, furnished, corner vate bath. Living room and TV THERE WILL BE a regularSt com
We are asking everyone to come lott$1,000.00 down, balance at 6% room privilege. 528 Corner of 6th N muo caonof Port.St. Joe
out and let us give your car a $7,500.00 Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
good clean wash. .* House, 30 acres on Wetapo and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
____ _____ Creek, 10% dn. balance 15 yrs. FOR RENT: 4 bedroom house on A
$13,000.00 Garrison Ave. 227-5029. tfc-1-7
CARD OF THANKS 59 acres on Intracoastal CanalROOM FORRENT: Call John W.,
Overstreet, good terms. $20,000.00 Brow F NPhone 227-8541. tfn-7-16 BILL J. RICH, W.M.
We would like to thank the peo- RENTALS Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 H. L. BURGE, Secretary
pile tho mrchants of Port Saint 3 br. house and apts. Mexico GOOD USED TV's, Good selection.
ple, the merchants of Port Beach, Beacon Hill, St. Joe Beach From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
Joe and the employees of the Box ,$60.00 up dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
Plant for their kindness and heip EMERSON SWEAT, Realtor 227-4081. tfc 12-17 at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
during the loss of our home. Every- Mexico Beach Branch Office St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
thing has been a help and it isp-19th St., & Hwy. 98, Ph. 648-4545 -OR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c further information or write P. 0.
thing has been a help and it is ap- Elizabeth W. Thompson, Mgr. each. The Star. 227-3161. Box 535.
preciated. I
The Armond Traylor Family.

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