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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a. while--Trade with
your home town merchants!
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


PORT ST. JOE, FLKRIDUA, IMUKRuAY, JANUARY 2, itY16


Contract Between

Architect and

County Uncertain


Norman P. Gross, Panama City IlU Me| J I 1
Architect appeared before the
County Commission Tuesday night
with a sheaf of sketches for pro- Architect Given G
posed county offices in the new
..o_ ,county courthouse -to be built in
o tStJo. To Expand owe
Gross informed the Board that
he had interviewed and studied ihe
needs of space for all county of-e SCiSon to Speak
fices during the past few weeks C sson t e
but could go no further with plans AtPTA M ti
... -a-funtil a location is picked for theAeeting
i I ... courthouse building.
Chairman McDaniel then inform- The regular meeting of the Port
RECEIVES PLAQUE-Jaycee President Joe Parrott is shown above ed Mr .Gross that he should pro- St. Joe High School PTA will be
being presented with a plaque designating him as Outstanding ceed no further until a contract held in the school auditorium at
Young Man of the year, an annual designation of the Port St. Joe is negotiated for his services by 8:00 pcm., tonight.
Jaycees. The plaque is being presented by Mayor Frank Hannon, the county. Gross countered that The main program speaker will
one of the project judges. Looking on are judges Bob Fox, left he had a contract, as he had been be Briggs Scisson, District Super-
rear and Tom Coldewey, right. (4 photo) told by the Board to proceed with visor, Florida State Education De-
courthouse plans. apartment. The topic he will pre-
SH d McDaniel told Gross that the sent will be "School Accreditation
Joe Parrott Honored As Young the county had not signed the in the State of Florida". This sub-
Jn standard AIA contract presented ject should be particularly inter-
Of the Year At Annual Jaycee Banquet the Board by Gross but had drawn testing to the people of Port St. Joe.
up a contract of their own for As everyone knows the Port St.
Jaycee President Joe Parrott was honored by a panel of 'Gross to study. McDaniel said the Joe High School was warned one
judges last Friday night by being picked as the Jaycee Out- Board realized its obligation under year ago that certain facilities
standing Young Man of the past year. Parrot was picked the verbal instructions but that a were below par and that unless
written agreement should be corrected the school would lose
from the largest number of entrants since the annual selec- signed before any further work is 'accreditation. On the last inspec-
tion was initiated five years ago. done. tion, the school was placed on pro-
The winner was picked for his. The Board said that they could nation. The next and final step,
activities in civic, church, commun- for work in the girl's softball pro- not agree to a 7% fee on the con- unless the deficiencies are correct-
ity and'family affairs. The award gram; Tom Freeman for work with tract. Gross countered that he had ed, is loss of accreditation. Scisson
was-;resented to Parrott by Mayor the membership drive; Sonny Dean, not asked for the 7% fee but was will give an indication of what loss
Fra nk Hannon, one of the panel of chairman of the annual Christmas asking for 6% plus 3% of any in- of this accreditation would mean
four judges The other judges were parade; Jerry Sullivan, Toys for terror decorating work that he to the student, the school and the
Tom Coldewey, Bob Fox and Rev. Tots program; Jack Williams for does.I city.
Thomas S. Harris. publicity secured for Jaycee Week; After considerable discussion Scisson, a former Supervisor of
Conducting the activities of se- Bob Stores for work with the OYM Commissioner Walter Graham mov-'Schools in Gulf County, is thor-
lection were Jack Williams, who award.es d that the Board decide at its roughly familiar with Gulf's prob-
had charge of the publicity and President Par rott also presentedI February 9 meeting whether to lems and can fully explain what
securing nominations, and Bob certificates of appreciation to Sta- hire an Architect or ask for bids. it will mean to lose accreditation.
Stores, who e had charge of the tion WJOE and The Star for pub- This move was seconded by All parents in Port St. Joe are in-
judging of entrants. licity given to Jaycee projects dur- Commissioner T. D. Whitfield and vited and urged to attend this
Several other awards were pass- ing the past year. carried unanimously. meeting.
ed ot dring the nigt. Present Baquet Speaker Gross informed the Board that Entertainment in the form of
arrott made his customary Presi- The speaker for the banquet no architect would bid his services music will be presented by mem-
enlial awards to the following, which precededthe Award cere- but that an architect is hired on bers of the 8th grade band under
Jaycees: Jim Harrison, two awards monies was Harold, Parr, assistant his reputation. I -the direction of Herman Dean
for his work in the teen-age driv- director of the State Board of Con- Despite Gross" notation, the mo- Refreshments will be served at
ing rodeo and his work with the servation tion was not changed. ithe conclusion of the meeting.
girl's sof tbhal program; Robert Mrk...-Parr co.igratulated the
Nedley for his work with the polio Jaycees on their work with the
immunization program and for his fishing reef to be built in the
management of the Jaycee Chrlst- Gulf of Mexico'." off St. Joseph G irl Scout Cookie Sale S1
mas tree sale; John Howard re- Point. Parr said' that work on
ceived the Good Government the reef was progressing satis- The annual Girl Scout Cookie in the Apalachee Bend Council.
Award; Harry Tison for work with factorily with a permit from the Sale will begin Friday, January 29 Ten cents a box may be kept by
the Teacher Reception; Lou Little (Continued On Page 12) Sale will begin Friday, January 2 Ten cents a box may be kept by
......... the local Troos for their own


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Shrdlu
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


I'm glad my kids didn't go to the Sadie Hawkins Dance at the
Centennial Building last Friday night.
Not that I don't want them to have a good time .
But I particularly am interested in seeing them stay out of trou-
ble and lead a clean life. Of course, what they do out of' sight of
home can only be predicated by home rearing.
My relief was forthcoming Saturday morning when I passed by
, the Centennial Building after the Friday night party.
There was at least two bushels of beer cans and bottles out-
side the Centennial Building Saturday presumably put there
by the students in attendance at the dance.
Even though my children have been taught at home not to par-
take of alcohol, the evidence of so many empty beer cans and bot-
ties would have served to sown the seed of suspicion that they had
partaken. in, spite of their upbringing hence the relief at thier
not being at the dance.
T ere was such evidence that several were drinking or a few
were lead drunk as a result of the night's escapades.
T~is problem has showed itself more and more lately at youth
functi ns And' let us hasten to state our belief that the majority
of tho e present at the functions are not involved. Nor can we lay
the bl meat the feet of the adults who are overseeing the affairs.
She blame can 1e laid at our times. The times that would
mike drinking part of our society The times that Would al.
Ioj | rayer and Bible reading to be deleted from schools with
hardly a dissenting murmur The times that would allow the
yothl of ,the World to topple governments,. wreck colleges, terror.
ize cities on holiday "vacations" and generally disregard the au-
thoriy of adults.
It is apparent that the fault of such happenings as Friday night
lays a: the feet of adults. But we will have to call upon the good
sense of the youth to forego such "pleasures" in the future for their
own benefit. If the adults are not concerned enough about the
problem to demand better policing of alcoholic beverage sales to
minors; if instances where the guilty are caught and remain unpun-
ished, persists; if an attitude by adults of "well, what cant. you
do about it" remains prevalent, we will have to call upon the youth
to police themselves in these matters.
But for our part, we have already instructed our children that
if such activities continue among .the youth at their-social func-
tions, then they will not attend them not even the annual
-Junior-Senior Prom and Banque.,
.We feel that strongly in the matter, and if the parents of the
city jo101us just as strongly, with 'the help of the kids, we will
contiLml-to have a clean, wholesome 'town. .


and will conunue through luesday,
February 9.
The Port St. Joe Cookie Chaik-
man is Mrs. Robert Faliski. Troop
Cookie Chairman for Troop 125
is Mrs. Williston Chason. Leaders
are Mrs. M. L. Parker, Mrs. Bill I
Brown and Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr. L -A-
Approximately 34 girls will be
knocking on your doors during the
ten days of the sale to give you a ;'..
taste of the five varieties of cook- ..
ies they are selling this year. Three
are the same as last yar, with t.vo
new cookies, the frosted short- HI... IT'S GIRL SCOUT
bread andithe Swiss chalet, named COOKIE TIMEI
for the Girl Scout Hostel in Swit-
zerland. *
This year's Cookie Sale .ilogan The Port St. Joe town Cookie
is. "Cookies for Camping" since chairman is Mrs. Robert Faliski.


the proceeds will be used for more
and better camping for Girl Scouts


Core Says Cash

Status of County

Is Now Stable
Clerk of the Circuit Court


Troop chairman for Troop 96 is
Mrs. Ruth Phillips. Leaders are:
Mrs. Julia Patten, Mrs: Ruth Phil-
lips, Mrs. Hattie Williams, Miss
Alvilda C. Harris, Mrs. Catherine
Miller, Mrs. Ida Bryant, with 20
girls in the troop.
These 20 girls will be knocking
on your doors during the ten days
of the sale to give you a taste of
the five varieties of cookies they
are selling this year; three are the


-George Y. Core reported to the. same as last year, with two new
County Commission Tuesday night cookies --- the frosted shortbread
that the cash on hand picture and the Swiss Chalet, named for
was now good. All funds have an the Girl Scout Hostel in Switzer-
ample supply of cash' on hand with land.
the exception of the Road Depart-
ment. This department, which end-
ed up last year $18,000 in the hole only 19 at the beginning of the
is in financial difficulty, accord- budget year. It was decided to go
ing to the rate of spending. along for a while in this area and
According to Core's report, af- not replace any men who resign
ter the January bills are paid the and try to seek other jobs for some
"Supplies" account will already be of the present employees to light-
in the red for the year. He report- en the payroll load.
ed that four other accounts will The Board agreed to take $8,000
also be in the red before the end set up for new equipment and
of the fiscal year at the present place $2,000 of the money in the
rate of spending. These items in- shop supplies account, $2,000 in
clude labor, operation of garage, the garage operation account and
maintenance of equipment, gas and $4,000 in the gasoline and oil ac
oil and road, bridge and culvert count.
materials. The biggest deficit will Superintendent Whitfield was
occur in the labor account. notified by the Board to bring all
It was brought out that at pres- major. projects before the Board
ent there are 22 men on the pay- before they are done in an effort
roll but provision was made for to keep a close watch on expenses


Final Step Started To Keep Local


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o-Ahead On Plans

r, Locker Facilities
The Gulf County School Board
met in a special session Tuesday
of this week to take steps toward
relieving the last offending mark
against Port St. Joe High School
by the Southern Association of
Accreditation.
The Board approved preliminary
plans for remodeling of the Port
St. Joe High School to provide for
larger quarters.
The Board voted unanimously to
instruct Norman P. Gross, Archi-
tect to proceed with plans and
specifications to enlarge and ex-
pand shower and dressing room fa-
cilities at the High School. This is
the last item on a list of four
points to be accomplished by the
High School to retain its accredit-
ed status.
Port St. Joe is one of many high
schools in Florida, large and small
that faces loss of accreditation due
to inadequate facilities.
Although plans for the shower
and dressing facilities were order-
ed, the money to pay for the fa-
cilities still remains a problem.
After a lengthy discussion on fi-
nances, Superintendent Marion


New Garbage Truck'Delivered to City


James (Bo) Bray is pictured above, right, showing City Auditor
and Clerk, J. B. Williams the new automatic loading device on the
City's newest garbage packer truck, delivered this week. The con-
tainer on the back of the truck is left behind local business houses
for trash collection and is dumped into the truck by a hydraulic
lift arm.
The new truck with cannister system is expected to cut down
the business area trash collection time ten times when the cannis-
ters are put into operation within the next few weeks.


Craig was instructed to go to Tal- The new truck was sold to the City by the St. Joe Motor Co.
lahassee to see about Gulf County ( photo)
receiving some State Board of Ed-
ucation Bond money to be retired
by Gulf's capital outlay funds.. -
Craig is in Tallahassee today in Joe Paper Co
regards to this matter.
The Board also passed a resolu-
tion requiring all high school drop-
outs to have a 16 week waiting per- n s
iod before entering adult classes.
This waiting period does not ap-
ply to those under 18 who cannot The sixteenth and newest cor- which is being given a trial run
meet the rules for attending Gulf rugated container plant of the St. this week, four 2-color printer-
County high schools. Joe Paper Company is nearing plotters, a high-speed combination
complete at Charlotte, N. C., folder-gluer and folder-taper, die-
completio at Charlotte, N. C., cutter, coating and other standard
and is expected to be in operation machines.
tartsdby February 15, the company has John C. Block, general manager
tae or ly announced a of the new plant and former sales
Situated on a 15-acre tract in manager for St. Joe's Houston,
camping fund. the Arrowwood Industrial Park Texas, Container Division, has as-
As these attractive little girls 'just outside the city limits, the sembled all of his production su-
come to your home selling their 150,000-square foot plant will sup- pervision and is in the process of
cookies, it is hoped that the pub- ply containers to the tobacco, fur- rounding out his initial sales and
lic will buy cookies for their free- niture, textile and other manufac- operating staff who are expected to
zers or for their church or civic turning industries in the two Caro- number about 75 by start-up time.
organizations in large quantities linas as well as parts of Georgia, This will grow to 150 when the
and that your efforts to help them Virginia and Tennessee. plant is in full production.
will add up to "More Cookies for It has all new equipment includ- L. B. Orcutt has been named pro-
Better Camping." ing an 87-inch Swift corrugator duction superintendent for the new
Charlotte plant and Jack Muntz-
office manager.
Students Hear CancerProgram Charlotte is the third box plant
to be opened by St. Joe Paper
I.'t i -i ,Company within the last six
S months, the other two being at
Reserve, La., and West Lake Wales.
SAll receive their linerboard from
the company's mill at Port St. Joe,
where a $6 million, 500-ton-per-day
T J bleached pulp plant addition was
recently announced,

..' Commission Members
S 1 Assigned to Duties


CANCER PROGRAM-Pictured ab(
who appeared on an assembly pro
last week, encouraging students 1
Pictured above left to right are M
tative; Peggy Gaskin, Rutherford
ry, Gulf County Chairman; Larry
and Connie Plough, Rutherford H
and Miss Plough told Port St. Joe
were doing as a school to fight
why they were working for the

New Assistant Principal
Assumes Duties At Port
Wayne Saunders, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School, announc-
ed this week that a new assistant
principal has assumed the duties
of that office at the school.
This office has been vacant with
the exception of substitutes since
the first of the year due to the
resignation of former assistant, Al.
lafi Scott.


I~~ 11] \;- ',I The County Commission finished
I up its first, of the year organiza-
tion Tuesday night of this week.
; Chairman James McDaniel nam-
ed T. D. Whitfield, Road Commis-
sioner; Walter, Graham, Health De.
apartment Commissioner; Leo Ken-
)ve are Cancer Society workers nedy, Civil Defense Commissioner
gram at Port St. Joe High School and James Horton, Mosquito Con-
to work for the Cancer Crusade. trol Commissioner.
irs. Edna Rowell, Area Represen- Commissioner Leo Kennedy was
High School student; Cecil Cur- instructed to investigate- the pos-
Parker, Student Body President sibility of using Thomas A. Owens
igh School student. Miss Gaskin in conjunction with the School
High School students what they Board as a county purchasing
cancer and gave various reasons agent.
Cancer Society. (4 photo)
Legion Auxiliary Will
, McKinnn Williams, Sell Spaghetti Suppers
Im The American Legion Auxiliary
St. Joe High School Unit, Willis V. Rowan, Post 116
is sponsoring a spaghetti supper
Now serving as assistant princi- Saturday, February 6, starting at
pal at the high school is MeKinnon 5:30 p.m.
Williams, formerly of Chipley. Those who would like to make
Williams has a master's degree reservations for the suppers should
from Florida State University. He telephone Mrs. Myrtice Smith, 227-
is married and has thrte children. 3041 or'Mrs. Mamie Lou Dare, 229-
Williams, his wife Frances and 1431.
children, Alicia, age 6, Carla age The supper will be held in the
3 and Mac age 2 are residing at American Legion Home. The plates
1610 Long Avenue. will be $1.00:


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1965


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 3o06 Wllwns Avenue, Port St Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Comia plY


WNESLIE.Y R. RAMSEY Editor and Publishet
Alo Linotype Operator, Ad Sa esmn, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-8161 PoToFFcE Box 306

Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3. 1879.

SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
DNE -YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTiW-J.

TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisement, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable 'or damage further than amount received tot reud
advertisement,

The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is t thoughtfu
.gh ed. The'r spoken word barely asserts; the pnted word thoroughly o
.ir,"es. The spoken word is lost; th. printed word remains.


-Editorial -

No Sale
Railroad Labor leaders now are calling on the Federal
Government to buy up and run the nation's railroads. For-
tunately-for railroad workers themselves as well. as for the
beleaguered American taxpayer-Uncle Sam isn't likely to be
buying.
The rail nationalization recommendation of the "Railway
Labor Executives' Association" is indefensible on virtually
any realistic point of debate. Perhaps the most telling rebut-
tal was the prompt prediction of J. E. Wolfe, the railroad's
chief labor negotiator, that the public will recognize the union
leaders' proposal as "a pressure tactic" born of "frustration"
in current negotiations.
But there are at least two other points worth examining:
'he rail urfion officials, first of all, clearly want to have their
cake and eat it too. They have for years mounted increasing
pressure on the railroads for higher and higher wages for
railroad workers. Yet *hen the railroads--struggling for
existence in the fiercely competitive transportation arena-
seek to pay for these wage hikes by improving efficiency and
eliminating unnecessary jobs, the answer of these labor "lead-
ers" is outright opposition and a demand for nationalization.
Even more important, however, is a quick look at the
contrasting pictures today of privately-operated railroads in
the United States and government-operated railroads in Eu-
rope. For every dollar European governments take in on
their rail lines, they pay out $1.20. The general taxpayer
(who else?) comes up. with that 20 cents on every dollar.
In this country, our railroads not only pay all their own
expenses out of their own revenues but also turn more than
five percent of what they take in back to Government in
property and income taxes-about $500 million a year. Na-
tionalize these lines, and Government not only loses this tidy
sum but is also socked for likely future operating deficits,
and for the mere $26 billion it would cost Uncle Sam to buy
up privately-owned rail properties!
US tapayars-railroad workers among them-may take
comfort in the 9-to-1 margin by which a recent nationwide
opinion poll rejected any such senseless waste of tax dollars.
Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D., Mont.) was
quoted as viewing the railroad nationalization proposal as
"unwise and uncalled for."
He has a lot of company in THAT view!


The Dw idling Gold
Foreigners now hold $27.4 billion in short-term dollar
credits Redeemable in Gold, according to the Federal Reserve.
And this is $12.2 billion more than we have in our $15,188
billion gold reserve. But Federal law requires a 25 percent
gold backing for Federal Reserve note and deposit liabilities,
which pre-empts all but $1.7 billion of our reserve. So how do
we support the dollar and meet our foreign obligations ?
Within days, according to the Citizens Foreign Aid Com-
mittee (to aid American taxpayers), the President will ask
repeal by law of this 25 percent gold reserve requirement!
This will keep foreign creditors quiet while the Treasury
doles out $4 billion more in gold-as confidence in the dollar
wanes. In this context, the President's $3.4 billion foreign
aid req- est is not modest-but utterly reckless. On the face
of it, only a favorable balance of payments can save the US
economy.
And what's wrong with balancing some of these foreign
"6.3bLors" for some of the lend-lease money owed us for some
of this "Balance of Payments"?

Sentiment or Justice
TI -'i-c-ctor J. Edgar Hoover writes: "Cold deliberate
de--ance of the law must be met with realistic action, whether
the offender is a juvenile or an adult. But, too frequently,
realism has given way to false sentiment where teen-agers
are involved. Under the pretext of rehabilitation, far too
many young thugs have been released prematurely to con-
tinue preying upon society. Pampering, overprotection, fawn-
ing indulgence-these set a pattern of weakness which breeds
contempt for the law and for those charged with the adminis-
tration of justice."


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f f of these were suicides. In Pinellas, bathtubs.
taeBoard of Health Has Records Of a 75-year-old man ate toadstools! Eleven persons died by smother-
Unusual Meet Death d died; a 14-year-old Duval Coun- ing in plastic bags. Three of these
Many UnUSUal WOays to Meet Death ty boy suffocated in a cedar chest; were men; six were women; two
a 52-year-old Dade County man was were children. All the adults were
JACKSONVILLE Death some- There were two deaths from in- electrocuted by a shirt-circuited suicide, one aged 49, the others
times comes in strange ways, the sect bites, one when an elderly vacuum cleaner; and in Duval a 61 years old and older.
State Board of Health finds. Polk County man walked into his man burned to death when a The board said proper adult su-
Oliver H. Boorde, director of the !room and ran into a swarm of blanket caught fire from a cigar- pervision could have saved many
board's Division of Public Health ibees. The other was a man bitten ette. of the lives of those who drowned
Statistics, making a survey of un- by an unidentified insect. Five boys died of football acci- in swimming pools; and that care
usual deaths from preliminary fig- A man-o-war was believed to dents in Duval, Volusia, Dade, in handling insecticides 'and their
ures for 1964, said some were sui. have caused the death of a 73-year- Hillsborough and Alachua counties. containers could have prevented
cides and that while others were old Dade County man. And in Du- A 14-year-old girl walked through every one of those accidental
classified as accidents many could val County a 40-year-old Negro a glass door in Volusia; an Oke-! deaths. Most skin-diving accidents
have been averted with proper man died after being bitten on the chobee woman was electrocuted by could be avoided, it said, by use
care. hand by another Negro. The bite a short circuit in a washing ma- of proper equipment and by diving
Boorde found that one of the became infected and an operation chine, with a companion; adding that plas-
most bizaare deaths was that of a was deemed necessary. He died Nine persons died in skin-diving tic bags and poison should always
20-year-old Dade County man who when his heart stopped as he was accidents and 26 persons, 'mostly be kept out of reach of children.
committed suicide by provoking a being given anesthesia. children, drowned in home swim- An estimated 3,654 resident acci-
cobra to bite him. There were three Nine persons .died from poison- ming pools. There were nine other dental deaths from all causes were
other snake bite deaths, two from ing by parathion and one from drowning deaths; two in septic recorded in the board's prelimin-
rattlers and one water moccasin. malathion, both insecticides. Two tanks, the other seven in tubs and ary survey for 1964.


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as The Board of Adjust-
ment, according to the Provisions
of the City Zoning Ordinance, will
hold a Public Hearing at the City
Hall, Port St. Joe, at 8:00 o'clock
P. M., Tuesday, February 2, 1965,-
to determine whether the City will
authorize a variance from the
terms of Ordinance No. 5, being
the Zoning Ordinance of the City,
for Charles F. Johnson of Port St.*^
JQe, relating to the requirements
of side line restrictions.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk.

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Bowling News
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE games from St. Joe Furniture.
Comforter's moved back into Shirley Whitfield led the Lamundry
first place last week by winning on to victory with a 495 series. She
four games from Glidden. Sue had games of 137-197-161. Punk
Moore bowled high for the victors Daughtry rolled 404 with a high
with 445. She had games of 118- game of 160. She picked up the
169-156. Elise Rogers added 424 5-7 split. Evelyn Smith rolled 489
wit ha high game of 167. Barbara for St. Joe Furniture with games
Tharpe rolled a 406. Evelyn Mur- of 199-152-138. Cutchie Brown had
dock rolled 440 for Glidden with 451. She had games of 136-160-155.
games of 135-147-156. Joan Myers Wynell Burke bowled well under
had 399. her average with a 390. The first
13 Mile won three games from two games were awful but she had
Nedley's on lanes three and four. a 160 for her third game.
Omie Rose bowled high for 1,3 Team Standings W. L.
Mile with 456. She had games of Comforter's _---- 54 22
146-201-109. Danna Rose and Donna St. Joe Furniture _____ 53 23
Ward both added 400 series. Myra St. Joe Laundry _____ 39 37
Hodge bowled 437 for Nedley's Florida Bank ---------34% 41V2/
with games of 141-123-173. Jo 13 Mile 33 43
Brown added 358. Nedley's 32 44
Florida National Bank won three Faye's 30 46
games from Faye's Drive-In on Glidden 28% 47T/2
lanes 5 and 6. Norma Hobbs rolled I-
408 for the Bank with a high game LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
of 163. Joy Nel Davis had 383. LADES COFFEE LEAGUE
Bennie Hunter and Zela Adams: Lanes 1 and 2 saw the Senators
both bowled 427 series for Faye's. take three games from The Whit-
Toby Fewler picked up the 5-19 field Strikers with Mary Brown
split. high for The Senators with a 408
The upset came on lanes 7 and series, Betty Whitehurst 404, Mil-
8 as St. Joe Laundry won all four dred Kennington 391 and Vivian


Gardening In Florida


By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida
Agricultural Extension Service
The delayed winter was like a
visit from an unwanted in-law-it
had to pay us a visit sooner or
later.
Little damage was done, except
to make the lawn look like a
bride's first attempt at cooking;
lawns were burned to a dark


brown.
To revive the burn lawn is easy.'
All you -do is make like a dog with
fleas-scratch. Proper application
of a lawn rake will remove the
winter-killed leaves, clippings from
last fall and other debris that pre-
vent green shoots from making a
rapid showing.
If the grass was tall when frosted
brown, you may remove some dead
i"fodder" with a lawnmower prior
to raking.
Next give the grass some food
and water. The experts say to ap-
ply about a pound of actual nitro-
gen per 1,000 square feet of starv-
ing grass. This means about 12Y
pounds of an 8-8-8 analysis fertil-
izer or as little as 3 pounds of 33
percent superstrength ammonium
nitrate.
When in doubt about the
strength of the fertilizer apply
,small amounts so you won't singe
the grass with caustic fertilizer. To
prevent burns be sure to sprinkle
the grass after feeding it. Ample
water and warm weather are im-
portant in greening up winter-I
weary lawns, according to turf
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cultural Extension Service.
Some folks like to crew-cut their
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or the professionals, so scalp with
reservation or you might return
your lot back to a sand bed. If you
have already made this mistake,
then consider planting a new lawn.
Planting Schedule
If you want gladioli for Easter
or Mother's Day, plant them by the
last of this month. Plant groups of
corms every two weeks from now
until warm weather and you'll
spread out the flowering season of
the blossoms. Be sure to treat the
corms before planting to prevent
diseases. Treat corms by shaking
them in a paper bag containing
Spergon.
The planting schedule also in-
cludes roses. When planted in Jan-
uary, rosebushes will not sprout,
generally, until after frost dang-
ers are past. Water roses at least
once per week if rainfall is short.
Keep a close check for a disease
called "black spot." At the first
sign of circular lesions on the rose
leaves, spray the plants with a
mixture of 1 ounce of Captain, plus
a few drops of a wetting agent, in
4 gallons of water.
Other flower plantings sugges-
tions include alyssum, baby's
breath, calendula, candytuft, car-
nation, clarkia, cornflower, forget-


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me-not, gaillardia larkspur, lobelia,
nemophile, Queen Ann's lace, sca-
biosa, sweet peas, and sweet Wil-
liam. Bulbs that can be planted are
amaryllis, caladium, calla (yellow),
ranunculus and tuberoses.
Vegetable gardeners may like to
seed broccoli, cabbage, Chinese
cabbage, head lettuce, letf lettuce,
onions, garden peas, Irish potatoes
and spinach during the month.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FI3. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1965
Hardy 381. Mildred also picked up C Se Ir p
the 3-7 split. SoCaI 'Securirt
Ruby Lucas was high for The
Strikers with a 492 series, Mary. R@p t ''i I!' iR*
Harrison 419, Jerry Freeman 377,
and Eula Dickey 305. Wages paid a household worker
Amison's took all four games -whether employed as a maid,
from Rich's on lanes 3 and 4 with cook, laundress, cleaning woman,
Lois Smith high for Amison's with baby sitter or similar job are
a 516, Ann Whittle 423, Christine covered for Social Security pur-
Lightfoot 416 and Martha Ward poses if the employee is paid $50
(sub) 402. She also picked up the or more in cash in a calendar quar-
4-10 split. Jonnia Sykes was high ter, according to John V. Carey,
for Rich's with a 309 series, Gloria District Manager of the Panama
Morgan a 327, Marie Boone 269, City Social Security Office.
and Patsy Stores 269. A calendar quarter is a 3-month
Beaman's took all four games period beginning with January,
from West Florida Gas on lanes April, July ,or October. Room and
5 and 6. Eaman'sor Williams was hiesgh board are not counted, Carey stat-
for Beaman's with a 396 series, ed, but carfare is, if paid in cash.
Audrey Tanner 390, Loyce Beaman If you have a domestic employee
375 and Irene Beaman 318. who meets this requirement, you
Alice Machen wasith 427,gh for WstKing are required to report these wages
Florida Gas with 427, Janet King to the Internal Revenue Service
357, Aline Abrams 325, and Allie and pay th Social Security taxes.
McDonald 307 d pay th Social Security tes.
McDonald 307. Reports are due by January 31 for
Pate's took three games from the October-December quarter.
Jitney Jungle on lanes 7 and 8 Failure to file timely tax returns
with Linda Richardson high for may result in additional penalty
Pate's with a 395 series, Mary Ly- and intey rest charges.
ons 361, Mary Parker 360 and Deb- and intere important, Carey stat-
But, more important, Carey stat-
bie Tankersly 352. ed, you might be depriving your
Evelyn Smith was high for Jit- household worker of her Social
ney Jungle with a 525 series which Security protection and benefits
was also high for the lanes. Lois for herself and possibly her fain-
Faulk 385, Janet Marshall 376, and ily- -benefits to which she is le-
Jean Stebel 369. gahy entitled.
Standings: W. L. Additional information concern-
Amison's 46 22 ing this subject can be obtained
Jitney Jungle --. 42 26 frLm your local Social Security of-
Whitfield Strikers -37 31 fice. Ask for leaflet OASI-21.
Senators 34 34 Your local Social Security office
Rich's 30/2 37 is located at 1135 Harrison Avenue.
West Florida Gas .-- 30/2 37 Tkie telephone number is 763-5331.
Pate's 30'2 437Y2 _
Beaman's 211/2 46!/2,


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


EDNA HORTON MET WITH
MRS. HALL MONDAY
The Edna Horton Circle met
Monday at 9:30 A. M. with Mrs.
Lillian Hall, with six members and
one new member present. The
meeting opened with prayer by the
chairman, Mrs. Louise Holland. Af-
ter a brief business meeting Mrs.
Frances Robbins ,program chair-
man, gave a most interesting pro-
gram, "Divine Plan Further Pur-
sued by Jacob."
Those taking part were: Mrs.
Louise Holland, Mrs. Barney Early,
Mrs. Faye Robbins, Mrs. Vera
Whitfield, and Mrs. Jimmie Hardy.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess.
The February meeting will be
With Mrs. Louise Holland.
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MARTHA JANE BAGGETT
CIRCLE MET TUESDAY
The Martha Jane Baggett Circle


On Tuesday night, January 19th, the church of a silver water pitch- met Tuesday afternoon January
members of the First Baoptist er as a token of their love and es- 19th, in the home of Mrs. Avril
Church honored their pastor, Rev. teem for them. McKenzie.
C. Byron Smith, and family on Mr. Bill Fleming returned The meeting was opened with
their tenth anniversary, with a sur- thanks for the bountiful feast that prayer for the missionaries on the
praise covered dish dinner, awaited everyone. A table ladened prayer calendar, led by the prayer
Brother Smith and family mov- with an abundance of food, also chairman, Mrs. Barbee.
ed to Port St. Joe on January 17th, coffee and tea, was enjoyed by The program, taken from Royal
1955 and assumed his duties as about 200 members and their fami- Service, "Christ for the Cubans,"
p stor at that time. lies, d was presented by Mrs. McKenzie
Mr. Otis Pyle served as master All expressed their pleasure for and all present took part. Mrs. Mc-
of ceremonies, making a brief talk a most enjoyable evening, on de- Kenzie closed the meeting with
on the occasion for this gathering, parting for their homes, and wish prayer.
Mr. A. V. Bateman, president of ed the honored guests many more -
the Brotherhood, with a few well happy years of service here with ELEANOR HOWELL CIRCLE
chosen words presented Brother the members and worshipping the DICKEY
and Mrs. Smith with a gift from Lord together. MET WITH MRS. DICKEY
The Eleanor Howell Circle of
the Long Avenue Baptist Church
MrS. McCalvin HOSts met Tuesday at 9:30 A. M. in the
_i V A. home of Mrs. Eula Dickey, with
Hig hland View Aux j o_ six members present, and one vis-
T.e igln View ouoer V e itor, Mrs. Ann Whittle. The meet-
Sing was opened with scripture,
Fire Department met January 26 Ho jsi Rom. 10:14-15, and prayer by Circle
in the home of Mrs. Hurmond Mc- Chairman Mrs. Jessie Core. After
Calvin. 4, a brief business meeting, Mrs.
It was reported the order for Hazel Ferrell, program chairman,
aiA p A group I Igave a prayer aind rendered a very.
Marion-Kay products is me gr a interesting program, "Christ for
of members is to meet Friday at aking part on
7h0 p.m. They will go from house the program were Mrs. Clifford
to housto o sell these products. I Ford, Mrs. Eula Dickey, Mrs. Ann
There was a discussion on what Whittle, Mrs. Jessie Core, Mrs.
the ladies will buy for the fire de- Helen Britt, Mrs. Ina Odum.
apartment first. They will pay for The closing meditation and pray-
the phone, buy hose and battery er was given by Mrs. Hazel Ferrell.
cables. : Refreshments were served by the


New officers were elected. They
are as follows: Mrs. George Hun-
ter, president; Mrs. Howard Rog-
ers, vice-president; Mrs. J. W. Lee,
secretary and Mrs. Earl Peak,
treasurer. t
Plans are being made for a tal-
ent show. Definite plans will be
made at the next meeting? Th
next meeting will be February 9 at
the home of Mrs. Richard Skipper.


Opening Times .
Sat. 12:45 p.mn.
Sun. 2:45 pail.
Mob.-Fri. 4 ;,5 p.m

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Judge and Mrs. W. L. Fitz-
patrick of Wewahitchka an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Marilee, to George Ed-
ward Barfield, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Barfield of Panama
City. The wedding will be an
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MISS EUGENIA FLYNNE OWEN

Engagement of Eugenia Flynne Owen,

Thomas Jackson Mitchell, Jr., Told
The engagement of Miss Eugenia Flynne Owen to Thomas Jack-
son Mitchell, Jr., has'been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Owen, 5924 Sewell Street.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Pensacola High School and at-
tended Pensacola Junior College.
Mr. Mitchell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T .J. Mitchell of Port St.
Joe. He is a graduate of Port St. Joe High School and Auburn Uni-
versity. He has a B. S. degree in aeronautical administration and is
employed in Rome, Georgia, by Inland Container Corporation.
The wedding is planned for February 27th in Olive Baptist
Church, Pensacola.


hostess. Miss 'DorisPe ySt. Joe recently. She was introduc-
-- *- -- MISs Doris Penry ed by Miss Dorothy Wise. .
LOTA PALMER CIRCLE MET Speaks to-Beta Beta Miss Penry is at present affiliat-
WITH MRS. WAYNE HENDRIX ed with the Tyndall Elementary
WMiss Doris Penry, who has spent School.
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix was hostess much time traveling and teaching Presiding over the meeting was
to the Lota Palmer Circle of Long in foreign countries, reviewed her Mrs- Lila Brouillette, president of
Avenue Baptist Church for their the Chapter,
,. _. ,,observations and experiences for
monthly circle meeting. As the o eprncsfor The devotional was given by
members assembled, they were the Beta Beta Chapter of Delta Miss Lurlene Dabbs.
served refreshments by the hostess. Kappa Gamma, which met in Port Mrs. Ava Fussell and Miss Doro-
A short business meeting which thy Wise were in charge of the
preceded the circle program was |....- music. Mrs. Iris Hoop gave a report
presided over by Mrs. N. G. Martin on Professional Affairs and Teach
Mrs.T. J Brxton prgram.f. on Professional Affairs and Teach-
Mrs. T. J. Braxton, program due t f er Welfare, and Mrs. Lois Acton
chairman, introduced the society reported on membership.
program theme, "Christ for the .. t o mr
Cubans," and gave the historical '--- Names were submitted for mem,
background of Cuba since its dis-' bership at which time qualifica-
covery by Spain. Different views of tions of the respective candidates
Cuba were given as seen by a mis- were discussed. Delta Kappa Gam-
sionary, a refugee and a Cuban Mr. and Mrs. Roy Franklin Hel- ma is a society of women educators.
Baptist, with Mrs. W. D. Sykes, len of Wichita Falls, Texas, are an- Membership is based on public
Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Dave Maddox nouncing the birth of a son, Roy service and leadership.
and Mrs. Hendrix participating. Franklin, Jr., January 12, 1965. Following the business meeting
Psalm 46 was used for the closing a luncheon was .held in the St. Joe
meditation and Mrs. Maddox closed Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Norris, Sr., Motel .Hostesses for the occasion
the meeting with prayer. were Mrs. Jacque Price, Mrs. Ruth
the meeting withi prayer. announce the birth of a daughter, Ayers, Mrs. Katherine Ivey, and
_________-'Irs ateneIey n
PDOROTHY CLAR CIRCLE MET amela June, Jan. 17, 1965. Mrs. Lila Brouillette.
DOROTHY CLAcc CI MET ,n The next meeting will be held in
WITH MISS ALMA BAGGETT Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clifton Gain- The next meeting will be held in
Panama City on March 27.
Members of the Dorothy Clark Ous, Highland View ,announce the ______P a o r_
Circle of the Long Avenue Baptist birth of a son, Billy. Lee, Jan. 9, Cub Le|ade" Take
C.hurph met Tupsdav. January 19. i9o UI LarS I


in the home of Miss Alma Baggett. ___
Circle chairman, Mrs. Wesley R. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cariel Lev-
Ramsey ,opened the meeting by ens, Sr., 607 Park Ave., Highland
reading "The Call to Prayer," and View, announce the birth of a
Miss Baggett led the group in daughter, Kim Delaine, Jan. 21,


prayer.
Mrs. James Yates, program chair-
man, presented the program,
"Christ for the Cubans."
The meeting was' closed with a
special meditation on Psalm 46
hv Mrs TLennra Conngpr


Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gay are The hostess served delicious re-
announcing the marriage of their hmentsto those present.
daughter, Coma Sharon, to A2C freshments .to those present,.
Vittorio Emanuel Lancia, son of
Mrs. Josephir.e Lancia of Middle- CAR WASH TO BE REPEATED
town, Conn. The marriage was":
an event of January 16 The Glee Club of Wa hington
______ __an event of anu High School sponsored a dar wash
MELODY REBEKAH LODGE Saturday. However, because of the
HOLDS REGULAR MEETING rain they had to stop be~re they
Melody Rebekah Lodge hJld its r~acl ed there goal. This Saturday,
regular monthly meeting Thursday January 29, 9 to 5 o'clock, they will
night, Jan.:.21, in the American Ie- sponstor 'another car wasl. We
gion Hall. would like to thank everyone for
Members present ttfii fhe thek>ooperation last Saturday. We
fices were: Elgi,, Griffin, Hazel need your cooperation again this
Sims, Lois Daniell, Aliene High- Saturday.'Will you help? The pUr-
tower, Lillie, Rasmussen, Eleanor pose of this car wash is to help
Williams, Gladys Boyer, Ruth Mc- purchase robes.
Cormick, Virginia Smith, Brenda -
Perry, Zola Maddpx, Von Miller, ,.
Marie Wynn, Janette Lee, Jessie ,' ", .. P I NES
Owens, Addie Goodson and Mamie Stand Tall
Lou Dare. Stand Ta
At the conclusion of the business, i'1 Iln Flori> a 's
the lodge being closed, a time of lr a S
fellowship ,was -enjoyed while re- ( -l..ijJji" -Future!
freshments were served.


Charges On Field Trip
Mrs., Leonard Belin and Mrs.
George McLawhon, leaders of Cub
Scout, Den 4, traveled with the


1965. group to Apalachicola last Thurs-
day for a very interesting tour of
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Chalmers the John Gorrie Museum.
Simpson, Wewahitchka, are an- Those enjoying the trip and
bouncing the birth of a son, Mi- hamburgers as they returned
chael Allen, January 20. home were: Rusty Baxley, Tommy
Odom, Benjy Gibson, Biff Quarles,
Mr. and Mrs. James Earl Cooper, Lawrence Bowen, Jr., George Mc-
'Apalachicola, announce the birth Lawhon, Jr., Jim Belin and Mike
of a son, James Edgar, January 19. .McLawhon.
Colored. : ,
Mr. 'and Mrs. Raymond Alvin C. f'.'r:" .,
Rogers, 332 Avenue B, announce
the, birth of a son, Joel Edwin, Jan. T U, ILTS
7, 1965. '


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A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe. ,
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
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Presm get underway between 6:15 and
Plan Mission Program 6:30. Mrs. R. D. Prows, the church
Hostess, will be in charge of the
The Presbyterian Church sets supper detail.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1965


special study on "World Missions". to friends of the church to join in
The month of February is this spe- this time of Christian fellowship
e F i and inspiration. A "food" for ser-
cial emphasis, time. Mrs. W. K. ious thought during missions sea-
Settlemire, chairman of World son will be found in the form of a
Missions has announced the pro- question. Read Romans 10:4.
gram plans and time for the em- Christ's great commission is ever
phasis. The men are urged to before the church universal- "Go
phasis. The iuomen are urged to ., ,
ye into all the world and preach
be present at the general meeting, the gospel to all. men."
nir T- ...L i i Tthe gospel to all. men.
Monday\ February 1 at the church _______
at 4 00 pn.m at which time all last
minute details will be completed. St. James Rector
The Rev'. Harvey Ferrell will be W* H
guest speaker at the church on HOOO
Tuesday night, February 2 at 7:30 The Women of St. James Epis-
p.m. Mr. Feirell. who has person- hwoeofsJa s P-
ally had experience in the mission copal Church will honor the Rev-
a.. 'x... erience .in h erend and Mrs. Henry Hoyt at a
field, has consented to show some r ..nin e sh Hose a.on
,.*, T.| . reception in the ParlsnhHouse on
films or slides portraying missions Sixth Street., Sunday, January 31,
:. .. *, Sxth Street, Sunday, January 31-
work. The .community has been fr.o2u t il .'
,, .. rom 2 untol 4.
blessed by the witness of Mr. Fer-
rell and all are invited to join with The Hoyts have moved to Port
the Presbyterians at the church St. Joe recently and are residing in
to learn more about foreign mis-'the Episcopal Rectory on Hunter
sions. No particular denomination Circle. The Reverend Mr. Hoyt was
will be stressed so Mr. Ferrell's Priest-in-Charge of churches in Ce-
presentation will be of great in. dar Keys and Williston before com-
terest to all. At the end of the ing to Port St. Joe.
program the church takes its mis- All of the community is invited
sions offering to be sent to desig- to come to the Parish House to
nated places. This year the Congo meet and welcome the Hoyts to
will receive extra missions money. Port St. Joe.
Th Presbyterian Women are re- "-
minded to bring any clothing (and CARD OF THANKS
8c per pound) to'be sent overseas The family of the late Royal
during this month. Mrs. Settlemird Th faml of th lat Roa
during this month. Mrs. Settlemire Leon Brewton wish to express their
would like to get,; as much clothing
would likeb to geL as much cloth sincere appreciation for every dood
as possible brought at this particu- of kindness expressed during our
lar time so it can be mailed on to loved one's illness and death.
its destination.
,, loMyvGd on b less an eath o o.
The fellowship time of the eve- May God bless each of ou.
ning will begin at 6:00 p.m. Tues- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brewton, Sr.
day afternoon. Everyone, Presby- Mrs. Vernon Griner.
terian or otherwise, wishing to H. L. Brewton, Jr., U.S.N.
join in ttid "food fun" can bring
a covered dish and be at the Say You Saw It In The Star

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-Florida's sunny weather and tropical scenes such as this one taken at
funken Gardens in St. Petersburg, Florida, are jpst a few of the reasons it ranks as one of t- e
major attractions in the world. Marion Scr6ggs adds a finishing touch to a peaceful setting sur-
rounded by towering palms and stately pink flamigos.


6. While Team 6 was bowling, Cos-. THE STAR, Port Sf. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1965
tin's was bowling also. Ruel White-
hurst and Ashley Costin both rolled"
a 168. George Small followed with
a 156. John Hanson came through
with a 154 and Jimmy Costin bowl- ,
ed, too. However, Costin's went '
under the first game and never'.
came back up. Team 6 beat them'
97 pins the first game. However
Costin's held them down in the "
second game. Ruel Whitehurst was
high man with a 160. Following
him was Jimmy Costin with a 149.
George Small and Ashley Costin
were next in line and John Han-
son brought up the rear with a 133.
While Costin's was playing, Team
6 was bowling. Frankie Scott came -
through with a 204. He was fol-'
lowed by Ed Ramsey with a 167. b
Joe Davis, Robert Montgomery l.
and Wayne Smith helped the team A
to win the second game. On second !
thought, Costin's didn't do so good
that second game. They lost it by1 I
123 pins. Bowling the No, 1 team /
in the league, like true champ-
ions, they said they would take
the third game and total pin-fall. re
They were only 220 pins down.
Somewhat confident, they entered
the third game. This was when
Team No. 6 turned Joe Davis
loose. "Kick them while they are ,. .
down, is their motto". This being
rollthe case, 279Joe game.vis procBy the 7th Elsie Griffin Installed As Noble Grand
frame, with six strikes in a row, and
he had totally destroyed Costin's Gran of Melody Rebekah Lodge
hopes of winning. Joe was high
man for the game with his 279. Melody Rebekah Lodge met at Lois Daniell, acting Noble Grand,
He was followed by Frankie Scott the American Legion Hall, for in the absence of the Retiring
and Wayne Smith, both with a 179.
George Small was unaffected by their annual installation of offi- Noble Grand, Hulean Thames. The
Team 6's strategy and rolled a cers, on Jan. 16th at 8 P. M. Mrs. elected officers, Noble Grand, Elsie
168. However, the same cannot be Addle Goodson, District Deputy Griffin; Vice Grand, Hazel Sims;
said for the rest of the team. John president of District 2, was install- Recording Secretary, Lois Daniell;
Hanson was worst hit with a 124, ing officer for the impressive cere- i Financial Secretary, Aileen High-
followed by Jimmy Costin with a mony. She was assisted by Betty tower; Treasurer, Lillie Rasmussen,
126. Team 6 really tore them up. Newsome, Parker, installing mar- were presented to the District
Team 6 is now in first place, took shall; Gladys Boyer, Port St. Joe, Deputy president, for their obliga-
all four games and beat Costin's Deputy Warden; Pearl Cook, Lynn tion.
by a total of 419 pins, took high Haven, Deputy Secretary; Estelle Mrs. Farris, mother of the in-
team for the league (911) and took Parramore, Wewahitchka, Deputy coming Noble Grand, Elsie Griffin,
high team series for the league Treasurer; Effie White, Panama presented her with the Bible used
(2646). City, Deputy Chaplain; Lois Dan- in the obligation. Mrs. Neil Arn-
i 11e n -,- ". T- T, .-.- -. "t ..--.'-- .. .,1 a u u 1 TT-, .. T.' T- n. 31 c- '


On lanes 7 and 8, Vitro (in th
Joe very nearly rolled a perfect place), bowled against Butle
Same. Joe had nine strikes in a Club 98. Butler's was out for blo
Bli w row when he entered the tenth Wandell Butler has his sights
O W frame. His first ball was a littleon first place. He says he knc
Y light on the head pin and he left that it will be a long climb but
GUYS AND DOLLS No. 3 with Team 3 winning three the 2 pin. He picked it off with is going to do his best to get the
WINTER LEAGUE points. High boiler for Team 3 his second throw and came back He had a couple of new recrn
Lanes One and Two saw Russ was Jim Faught with a 493 series. with a strike with his last ball. with him Thursday night and tl
md Sons Distributors win three Elaine Ernst had high series for That one pin cost him 21 points did pretty good (for beginne
points from'eamNo.5. the girls it a.43'..series. and a perfect game. Joe's final Vitro was defending their th
Al Jensen wa high for Russ Vance and Elise Rogers were score was 279. Our hats are off to place position andButler's C
mad Sons with his 506 series. Fran- high bowlers' for'ti uys and dolls you, Joe! 98 had up amgood head of ste
,es Gay was high foi the girls with on ,ley s team with series of 477 Last Thursday night was quite with Vitro ekeing out by 24 p
I 382 series. Jim and Wynell Burke and 445- a night at the St. Joe Lanes. There Leading itro was Billy Joe R
were high'boilers for Team No. Team Standings W L was one "600" series. This was by ards with a 20e
5 with their 556 and r458; series.: Russ and Sons ---- -45 19 "Tex" Hadley who rolled a 628 forlowed with a 181. Maddox, Wh
Costin's won three points over Team No. 4 t 'N 63', 27% Butler's Club .98. There were six and Harper followed.
3arps on lanes 3 and 4. Lamar Costin's 34Y2 29 "500's". Mike Emody for Butler's Emody was high man for Butl
aoore was high for the guys ith aWiley's Supply ---33 31 Club 98, with a 596; Franke Scott E Bu
his 473 series Donna Ward cameTeam No. 5----------28 with a 575 for Team No. 6; B. J. there with a 181. Tex Hadley
through with a 449 series, being Carp's 10% 49% Richards had a 573 for Vitro;third with a178 Tewis and G
high for th girls. Wayne Smith---- Wayne Smith rolled a 538 former brought up th a ews and The
bowled a 489 series for Carps. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Team No. 6; Marshall rolled a 518pine vanished in the second ga
Mary Roberts turned in a 385 ser- By Clyde Whitehead for St. Joe Natural Gas and Wayne r's Club 98 really poured
ies for the girls. We of the Commercial League Ernst rolled a 501 for Vitro. the coal. Leading was Mike Em
Lanes 6 and 6 saw action be- take our hats off to, Joe Davis. In Six men broke the "200" mark. with a 221. Tex Hadley was c:
tween Wiley's Supply and Team the third game against Costin's, Needless to say, Joe Davis led behind with a 195, In the mi(
""-- .___, -! ..-- with his 279; Tex Hadley was sec- was Wandell Butler with his
P ond with a 255 for Butler's Club Tewis was next in line with a
OW THE W EST WA WON 98; Mike Emody rolled a 222 for followed by ,Gardner. They ha
Butler's Club 98; Frankie Scott 879 game and beat Vitro by
H ,,., rolled a 204 fpr Team No. 6; Billy pins. Billy Joe Richards. was t
OH WITH W D;:AE": I, Joe Richards'rolled a 203 for Vit- man for Vitro with a 188.
JOHN. WAYNE,, DEBBIE REYNOLDS, GREGORY ro and Wandell Butler rolled a 201 third game wasn't quite as
PECK, GEORGE PEPPARD and 50 Otfer Hollywood for Butler's Club 98. for Vitro as the second 'one. H
Stars. On lanes 3 and 4, Cape San Blas ever they lost it and total pin-
lined up against St. Joe Natural Tex Hadley was high for But]
Gas. Cape San Blas was in fifth with a 255 and he was followed
BIGGEST WESTERN EVER MADE place in the league andl St. Joe Mike Emody with a 178. High i
IN COLOR Gas was in sixth place. The Cape for Vitro was Billy Joe Rich
was defending their slim lead in with a 182. Danny Maddox was i
NOW PLAYING THRU TUESDAY, FEB. 2 the league and St. Joe Gas was in line with a 170. Butler's 1
Sr. striving to take the position from three points which puts them
'r" : 0" them. The Cape got off to a good ser to their goal. If they conti
Starts 7:30 P. M1. start and won the first game. M. to bowl like they did Thur,
Martin was high man for that night, they will reach it be
Admission $1.00 game with a 158. Marshall was high long.
man for St. Joe Gas with a 186. Team Standings W
However, he didn't have much Team No. 6 ----- -----48Y2
I DRIVE-IN THEATER help, The Cape took the first game Costin's 45 2
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATER by 46 pins. The second game was Vitro 39
APALACTICOLA, FLA. ; a different story. St. Joe Gas came Butler's Club 98 32%
APALACHICOLA, FLA.back 'with a 740 and beat the Cape San Blas------31
SCape by 91 pins. High man for this St. Joe Natural Gas -- 20 i
game was Marshall again with a ___ ,
U "Y K184. Again, Martin was high' man
T E LAUN RY for the apewith a 145 Beginning Lunch Room Men
; 1Bthe third game, 1-1, the Coast
Guard team went into action. Ter- Port St. Joe Elementary Sch
i : :' ;' "..:: 'r ,ry Siegler. came through with a Monday, February 1
NO\W I NlEWf IMANAG fEMENT 179, foll6wbd by Martin with a 161; Buttered potatoes, spiced
SENER Even Donald Siegler tried to help.' slut e apoa t piskup s h
ScheThey won the third game by 36 cherry pie, whiie bread and r
SWE TA. SPECIAL CARE OF Q CLOTHES pins. m Beaman came up with Tuesday,. February 2'
175-and w a heliq J. o. ".. ghet iAth@ nroe t.sauke, a.
U ..lin', 'They lost the point to
QUICK SERVICE P1R PTi I.I VERY the Cape but gained enough ps acre peas, cabbage aw, hpt
to take total pin-fall. St' oe .Nat- itsad butter aple ely
:. iural 4as split with Cape San Blas
HOME OWNED 'so their positions remained the Wednesday, February 3
same. High for the-'Cape was Mar- Pork chops, rice, green bi
.'I ao u* d en tin with a 464 and high for St. Joe beans, celery sticks, candied s'
LI D1Day SerVke on Dryi anmg Natural Gas was Marshall with a potatoes, white bread and m
518. Thursday, February 4
On lanes 5 and 6, the "Big Boys" Oven fried steak, English I
S NO EXTRA COST bowled. Costin's, defending their lettuce and tomato salad, coo
first place position bowled Team white bread and butter, and m
Sf No. 6 who was out for blood. Friday, February 5
ar r I Wayne Smith jumped in and roll- Tuna fish salad, mustard gr<
"I 5 Wed a 199 .Frankie Scott a 192 and potato sticks, Ritz crackers, J
Robert 1Montgomery a 172, for Tearm white bread, butter and milk.


ird lell, Port St. Joe, Deputy MVusician; uuold sanag, Hlow Big Is God," ac-
er's Lee Creech, Panama City, Deputy companies by the musician. The
od. Inside Guardian, and Jessie Owens, incoming Noble Grand was pre-
set Port St. Joe, Deputy Outside Guar- sented a pink carnation corsage(
.ws dian. The guests were welcomed by and escorted to her station by her


husband. The appointed and com-
plimentary officers were installed
and conducted to their respective
chairs:
Warden: Virginia Smith.
Conductor: Ruth McCormick.
Chaplain: Eleanor Williams.
Musician: Marie Wynn.
Flag Bearer: Mamie Lee Dare.
Right Supporter to Noble Grand:
Gladys Boyer.
Left Supporter to Noble Grand:
Brenda FPerry.
Right Supporter to Vice Grand:
Mary Weeks..
Left Supporter to Vice Grand:
Dot Hamrm.
Right Supporter to Chaplin: Pat
McCormick..
Left Supporter to Chaplin: Von
Miller.
Right Supporter to Past Noble
Grand: Norma Humphrey.
Left Supporter to Past Noble
Grand: LucilTe' Williams.
The Noble Grand welcomed her
many friends and introduced her
husband, Chief' Buck Griffin, and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Farris. She thanked and presented
the installing staff with a gift from
the Lodge.
Virginia Smith presented the
Noble Grand with a scrapbook and
a poem written especially for her
by Mary Weeks. The chaplain dis-
missed with prayer.
A covered dish supper was en-
joyed by all.

GOLDEN AGERS MET MONDAY
NIGHT AT POWER LOUNGE
The Golden Agers met Monday
night at the Florida Power Loungs
with Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery,
new president, presiding. The meet-
ing was opened with prayer.
A short business session follow-
ed and a report was given on the
plant the club gave for the park.
An invitation was read from the
Senior Citizens of Panama City to
attend their Valentine party, Feb.
8th.
Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker, Mrs.
Pierson were hostesses and served
delicious refreshments to the 15
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1965
MINUTES of the

BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Power Companies Sponsoring Sixth
Annual Orange Dessert Contest
JWewahitchkary 12, 1965.Florida Board of Publf alic InstrutyCoun- LAKELAND A P e n s a c o 1 a day was certified as the first male
Board of Public Instruction, ties may withdraw as a participat- manufacturer's representative to- entry in the state's biggest culin-
>unty, Florida ,met at a spe- ing county and remove films that ary event, the Sixth All-Florida
sion with the following pres- the particular county has specific- DENNIS BRADLEY FINISHES Orange Dessert Contest, it was
acting: W. J. Ferrell, Chair- ally bought, at the end of any fis-
J. Rich, William Roemer, cal years if the county so desires. 8-WEEK ENGINEER COURSE announced by the Florida Citrus
ridge Money and Joseph K. 3. All of the financial costs of FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. Commission.
Id. The Superintendent was maintaining such project, except (AHTNC)-Army Pvt. Dennis M. The contest is sponsored by the
and acting. The Board re- ,to the extent the cost thereof shall Bradl son of Mr and Mrs And Commission in cooperation with
bids for construction at the be paid or provided by funds re- ey, s an rs.
ng schools: Washington ceived from sources other than old E. Bradley, 401 First St., Port Florida Power & Light Company,
Port St. Joe; Highla.d V. 1W those cooperating boards, will be St. Joe, Fla., completed an eight- Miami; Florida Power Cbrporation,
Port St. Poe; CarveF Schl," aid by them and the most of main- week combat engineer course un- St. Petersburg; Tampa Electric
itchka. The Board received',talling such program will be paid der the Reserve Enlistment Pro- Company, Tempa; and Gulf Power
ns as f ollows: Robert Flem b the cooperating oards.Instrucgram at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Company, Pensacola. More than
instructionn Co.-$s4,060.00. 4. The Boards of Public Instruc-
Segrest Company-bid re- tion of Franklin, Gulf, and Liberty January 15. $10,000 in prizes will go to con-
lue to improper bond; E. F. Counties, Florida, shall pay to theI During the course Bradley re- testants preparing the best des-
Construction Compnay Board of Public Instruction of Cal- ceived instruction in the construc- serts using oranges or orange prod-
Moved by Whitfield, sec- houn County, Florida, their share ceved instruction in the construe- ts
by Roemer to award the con- of the cost of maintaining such tion and repair of roads, railroads ucts.
the E. F. Gunn Construe- program as set forth for 1964-65, and structures. Bradley also receiv- James E. Sparks, who resides
many, the low bidder. All on or before June 1, 1965, in one ed training in demolition and mine at 1013 Rainbow Avenue, Pensa-
anuas. This construction work lump sum warfare, cola, entered a recipe for "Orange
completed in 150 days 5 The cooperating Boards recog- The 21-year-old soldier was grad- Pudding Delight." He is a native
Board received preliminary nize and agree that during the ys 21rom Port St. Joe Hig of Townley, Alabama, and has been
rom Mir. Nor>~man p. Grosc there may be other counties whose uated from Port St. Joe High
prop.Nosed lunchroom at Boards of Public Instrucion desire School in 1962. cooking for 34 years. He is mar-
.e pHigh School. The Su- to participate in the cooperative __ried and has two children.
dent was instructed to program. They hereby agree thatS COMPLETES The last contest attracted3,208
e plans to the State Depart- such may be permitted, providing BILLY KNOWLES COMPLETES The last contest
e plans to the State Depart- each such Board desiring to par- COMBAT ENGINEER COURSE entries and was won by Mrs. Mal-
A proposal was made to ticipate in the program shall adopt FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. colm Pierson of Tampa. Although
f Coast Junior College the a resolution identical with or smi- (AHTNC) Army Pvt. Billy D. there are many male entries each
atics $700 as payment for a the agreements hereto set forth, Knowles, whose wife, Betty lives year, only one ever cooked his way,
rs of the teaching staff in with such resolution approved by in Wewahtichka, Fla.,. completed through to the grand finals. No
sf County schools The Board the State Department of Educa- an eight-week combat engineer m a has ever won the champion-
reimbursed this amount of tion and provided, further, thatcourse under the Reserve Enlist- ship.
by NDEA funds and the each such Board so desiring to par-I
s' matriculation fees for the ticipate in this program shall agree, ment Program at Fort Leonard The contest is open to any'resi-
On motion of Roemer and to pay and shall pay such amount Wood, Mo., January 15. dent of Florida who has passed his
d by Whitfield, all voted as these cooperating Boards mu- During the course Knowles re- or her 17th birthday, except em-
adopt wingthe proposal.ution was to bually agree is a reasdditionable amount ceived instruction in the construc- ployees or families of employees
following resolutiticipating county for its partici- tion and repair of roads, railroads of the co-sponsoring electric utili-
reas, the Boards of Public pation in such program, and pro- and structures. Knowles also re- ties, the Florida Citrus Commis-
reas, the Boards ou, lFli, vided that the present participat- ceived training in demolitions and sion, or their advertising agencies.
ction of Calhoun, Franklin, ing counties vote unanimously to.
id Liberty Counties, Florida, admit other counties y mine warfare. Previous grand prize winners -are
times hereafter called cooper- R. MARION CRAIG, The 21-year-old soldier, son of not eligible, also.
boards) desire to enter into Superintendent of Pub- Mrs. B. Obrian, 502 Madison St., Desserts, which must include the
erative project under which lic Instruction. Port St. Joe, attended Wewa High sections of at least two fresh Flor-
will be provided a cooper- January 12, 1965. SchooltWewahitchka.
ilm and instructional mate- W. J. Ferrell, School, Wewahitchka. ida oranges or one cup of Florida
brary for the public schools School Board Member. orange juice, will be judged, on
s nnges ulo it1h 4 aools B. J. Rich, Sr., adopt the resolution, simplicity and ease of preparation
beginning July 1, 1964, as School Board Member. There being no further business in the home, appearance, quality
zed and permitted by law, Joseph K. Whtfield, the Board adjourned to meet again
School Board Member. at 9:00 a. m. C.S.T. on February 2, and flavor. A person may submit
areas, by Chapter 63-376, Eldridge Money, 1965. any number of recipes. Entries
)f Florida, such law being School Board Member. W. J. FERRELL, should be mailed to Orange Dessert
d by the Legislature of Flor- William Roemer, Sr., Chairman. Contest, Box 148, Lakeland, Flor-
-ing the year 1963 ,it is pro- School Board Member. Attent:
that such project shall be Ony me n sec- rion Craigida, 33802, not later than midnight
d by resolutions spread motion by Roemer and sec- R. Marion Craig,
he minutes of each County onded by Rich, all voted Yes to Superintendent. February 6.
concerned, Now Therefore:
t Resolved by the Board'of
Instruction of Gulf County,
lie Board of Public Instruc-
f Calhoun County, Florida,
maintain and operate in the
a cooperative film library
t for the purpose of provid-
;mm educational films and
instructional materials for
blic schools of the Counties
Jhoun, Franklin, Gulf, and
', Florida. The Board of Pub-
truction of Calhoun County,
a, will maintain, service and
ute the films and other in-
onal materials; the cost of
rig such films in the counties 1
e respective cooperating
will be paid by each of them
lively.
control and ownership of all
and materials, except those
sed by Franklin, Gulf'and
Counties, and control and
station of the project, from i
ndpoint of maintenance and
ution, shall be vested in the
of Public Instruction of Cal-
County, Florida. All films
.d through Special Projects,
,or grants shall remain the D
ty of the Calhoun County
i l.


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Know Your Port St. Joe High

School... English Department
All of the activities undertaken ing skill, the fundamentals of public speak-
in the English department at Port Students are encouraged to write! ing; the world literature course ex-
St. Joe High School ultimately lead clearly, simply, and effectively poses students to the works of
to what we believe is effective com- through sentences and paragraph great authors, composers, his-
munication. Since communication study, writing expository papers, torians, artists ,and philosophers;-
is a two-way process, we strive to and writing their own creative and the journalism class offers stu-
4repare students to transmit and pieces, such as poems and short dents opportunities for creative
to receive in the most intelligent stories, expression in publishing a monthly
manner possible. We divide total Good listening is a constant goal. I school newspaper, The Purple
,ommdin'cation into areas of read- Students have ample opportunities Wave, and a yearbook, The Monu-
ing, writing, speaking, listening, to develop listening skills, since a ment.
and thinking, large part of their -learning de-
Since reading is the most readily pends on this skill. CARD OF THANKS
measurable, most students are Students develop their speaking We wish to offer our deepest
grouped according to their meas- skills through oral reports, formal thanks and appreciation to all our
ured reading ability. Striving to speaking situations, classroom dis- friends who showed so much love
move forward in all areas, we take cussions, plays, skits, and debates. I and kindness towards us through (
test scores as a starting point, and The English department helps co- our bereavement and loss of our
use the Educational Development ordinate extra-curricular activities father. May God bless and keep I
Laboratory teaching aids such as in drama and forensic activities, you all.
the Listen and Read program, in- such as debate and extemporan- The Rentz Family.
dividual Flash-X devices, and the eous speaking. -
Controled Reader to increase read- Vocabulary building and spell-
ing programs vary according to
ability and grade levels. Spellers CLASSIFIED ADSI
are issued to most seventh and Midget Investments That Yield
eighth graders. Textbooks, Readers' Midget Investments That Yeld
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are used as supplementary tools
in many senior high classes.
The English department offers.
elective courses in speech, world
literature, and journalism. The
elective speech courses are design-
ed to give students experience in


Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 I'P.M.
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Bible Study (Wednesday) --...----- 7:30 P.M.
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THE STA PoR' A it. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1965'
S i* n AW E stations in Quincy, Florida, and
Station WJUE Bennettsville, South Carolina, in
addition to WJOE. A fourth radio
Changes Hands station will be built by the corpor-
ation in the near future in Monti-i
It was announced this week by cella, Florida. When interviewed
Wililam S. Dodson, president of in Port St. Joe this week, Dodson
Big Bend Broadcasting Corpora- stated, "On behalf of the manage-1
tion, that the broadcasting firm has ment and employees of Big Bend
bought WJOE, effective January Broadcasting Corporation, I want
1, 1965. This week Mr. Dodson and to thank all of the citizens, civic
Robert D. Sidwell completed nego- leaders, and members of the Port
tions and concluded al Itransac- St. Joe community for the wonder-
tions pertaining to the new owner-'ful spirit of cooperation, help and
ship. interest that they have shown."
David C. Drew, stockholder in "We pledge as broadcasters, to
Big Bend Broadcasting, has been. do our utmost to serve the public
named general manager of WJOE.'interest in Port St. Joe, Apalachi-
Mr. Drew and his wife, Jan, resid- cola and our coverage area. We
ing at 110 Hunter Circle, in Port will do everything within our pow-
St. Joe, have been residents of the er to help our new neighbors grow
city since December 1. and prosper in the future. Please
The Big Bend Broadcasting Cor- do not hesitate to-call on us if we
portion owns and operates radio imay be of service in any way."

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Parrott Chosen
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1' %..C rps o~ Engineersi'4he only
Vt ni needed to start actual
iVrk'bwn the laying of the reef.
.Ifs prm'it is in the process of
*4i'A, approved now. Parr said
'Wat the State Board of Conser-
i "tlm is holding $1,900.00 to
'h'9'p with the project when con-
'6d'ufion -begins.
Parr said that a similar fishing
redf' has just been completed at
ib'oa Beach with !good -resalts -and
said "that good results should ,be
seen here after'ti reef is -laid.
The speaker said that 'the U. S-.
Corps of Engineers is .getting _ready
to "Spend $4 million (en the Apa-
lachicola RuJer'channel to keep it
open to wAter.fiaffic as .soon as all
abuitting counties' provide right of
way for the' construction of revet-
ments' to prevent ':silting d6f 'the
channel. He said this continual silt-
ing ris the cause of limited use of
the waterway -for shipping.
Parn said that Florida needs
more jobs to provide for the large
number of people moving to the
state daily. Since Florida is limited
as to natural raw material for
manufacturing, we must .make the
most of what we have-cheap water
transportation and plenty of water
for use. Water transportation to at-
.tract shippers and manufacturers
to locate on these shipping lanes is
the reason for improving the Apa-
Jachicola River lanes and construc-
tion of the Cross-State Barge Canal.
Guests of the Jaycees were Mr.
.and Mrs. Bob Fox, Frank Hannon,
Tom Coldewey, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Smith, Mr. .and Mrs. Jim
Co, rn Mr and Mrs Bill Tvlyes


Thompson Chosen

Veep Candidate
The "Florida Alligator", a pub-
lication of the student body at the
University of Florida this week re-
ported that Progress Party Presi-.
dential Candidate Bruce Culpepper
announced the selection of Richard
Thompson as his vice-presidential
r.i'lnnir'f matel


Sharks Win Again, Bay


Hi 53-44, Carrabelle -235
Neither the Port St Joe Sharks /' ' ,
nor the Bay 1-igh quintette showed r .
their best last Saturdey night. But raha10m Movie SchedU At
the Sharks managed to sink a few u. n r P L-'i
more 'baskets to 'defeat the Bay dt Church f o Un yr Ifght
Coufity champions 53-44. .
SThe Shark managed to outscore A Billy Graham Crusade film, service.


Culpepper dressed that Th-mp- the 'Big 'Red i' all four periods depicting one of the services, ex-
son has the student government and carried A seven point lead at actl as t happened at Soldiummer's F '
'background and ideals necessary had time. 1962 ,will be shown at the First I
turllthe type of vice-president who Randy Weston continued to pace i n january Shown iwanis Club
will be consistent with %he 'plat- the Sharks scoring attack with 20
'ofrm he and.'his party a s hapineg. ints. Weston's team-mates didn't 31, at 7:30 P. M., according to an -
,orm heik ompson has hon lea- help him "too much with the nedint .announcement made by the minis- "The Shiild of Freedom" a new
"Dick h as hoj o uch withe n ter of the local church, Dr. Thomas color film pi ou b the Air Force
dership in the legislative, judicial high point producers being Jake t Harris. on the oplr i tionut;e NORAD was
:and executive branches of Studerit Belin and Bill Versiga with 10 on th Pr t Kiwas
Government," Culpepper said. "I points ea-dh. The film features a full length Clubat their-meeting Tuesday.
value his experience and !his ly. The Sharks victory depended on 'sermon by Dr. Billy Graham on the aeeng uesay.
namic interest in the student." the usual steady' play-making and subject, "Why I Believe the Bible The film, was very impressive,
Thompson, 3ED, is 20 and un- court work.of Jake Belin and Al Is the Word of God." In addition showing tIe elaborate detection
married. He has served as Honor Cathey to take the victory. to the message you will hear the system the .fY ,Sinintains to de-
Court Justice, Under Secretar of St.Joe fg ft tp Bay g ft tp Clrusade choir sing "He's Got the tect invan by' lannred bombers
Court Justice, Under Secretary of t i ssileeiojn
Assistant to the ling 5 '0 10 Broom 5 6 16 Whole World in His Hands" and and missiles :'
Men's Affairs' and assistant to the Versiga 5 0 10 Cooper 5 0 10 two numbers by George Beverly- The p1 .:7,1n i presented by
Treasurer of the Student Body. Weston 9 2 20 Cheek 0 1 1 t nmbs by George Beverly The proram ps reseted b
He was chairman of the Rules and Craig 3 0 6 Elmore 4 4 12 Shea, "Stranger of Galilee" and Ben Curry,.-T3 ndall Public Rela-
Calendar Committee and the On- Cathey 20 4 Ovea 2 1 5 "The Things of This World." The tions Director and Sgt. Martinez
Calendarthe M'c'mber 0 3 3 service is one hour in length and of Tyndali AF "',
Campus Housing Committee in te Score by quarters: '
Legislative Council, and has been Port St. Joe 8 17 14 14-53 promises to be a most enriching ex- Guests of the club were Fran
active in orientation, the Florida Bay High ------5 '13 13 13-44 perience for all who are privileged Robbins, Sandy Lee, and Norton
Union 'Board for Student Activities to be present. Kilbourn ,of Port St. Joe High
and Homecoming. After two games in a row with Dr. Harris not only invites but! School; Sam Morgan, Jack Jack-
"Together, believe that we can tough opponents, the Sharks big urges all the people of this area son, W. W. Straughn, Joe Padgett
bring to the students the new con- guns took a rest after the first to attend this great evangelistic, and John Paul of Panama City.
,.ept we are striving for-concrete quarter in Carrabelle Tuesday.
service in specific areas and lea- night and left it up to the reserves
.dership where it is needed," Cul- to chalk up an 82-35 rout of the m u m


pepper said.
Thompson is the .son of Mrs.
Elizabeth Thompson, of Beacon
.Hill.


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David Lee paced the Sharks with
18 points. Lee was the sharpshooter
of last year's "B" squad and is
working his way up with the var-


___ __ Miss Brenda Perry and WesleyR. Presbyeriasity. David Macomber, 6' 7" junior
BIE amseT AresbEeDian followed Lee with 12 points for the 1

BRIDGE BEEFT RETARDED Officers Meet At The Sharks led 39-12 at half I
CHILDREN FEBRUARY 17TH Rotary Told T at i time.
A Bridge Benefit for benefit of SetTl re Belino 0 4 Clemons 0 3 3 FOR SALE: Single dwelling, 2 FOR SALE; Three bedroom house. Starters and generators rebuilt
ts hr rd AFlAtlir versiga 3 1 7 Carroll 1 2 4 bedrooms. Easy terms. Closing Hardwood flQo.rs o built in electric like new Auto Repairs
the Florida Association for Retard- The officers of the First Presby- Weston 3 1 7 Brannon 5 8 18 cost only. Call Cecil G. Costin, Jr. appliances, built,in heating system, 24 Hour Service
ed Children will he given by the i On 'EtLis terian Church met in a joint busi Craig 40 8 l'der 0 2 2 chain link fence, 2 years old. For24 Hour Service
Florida Cosmetologists Association, ness session at the home of Mr. Cathey 1 3 5 Schultz 1 6 8 FOR SALE: Beautiful old bricklinformatio. ncall 227-8341. tfc-22 Phone 227-7056
ofotheCondtMrg.tWarrenLM'c'mber 4 4 12 house located in the loveliest! Oak Grove 612 Maddox1 St.
Affiliate No. 6, Panama 'City, Fla., John Tippett, manager of the and Mrs. Warren K. Settlemire o o ee 7 4 18 section of the city. 1800 sq. ft. of FOR SALE Port St. Joe, Florida
on February 17, at 10 A '. E..T ., Panama City-Bay Couty Chamb Ithe Chipola River, Thursday, Jan- Goodm'n 1 2 4 living area. Three large bedrooms, Large two. bedroom house on All Work Guaranteed for 30 days
onFebruary7,at A.M.E.S.T., PanaaCty-Bay County Chambeuary 21st, at 8 P. M. The Settle- Young 1 2 4 dining room, Florida room, two Long Avenue near school. Only
at the Four Winds Restaurant in of Commerce, told the Port St. Joe mires provided a regal feast for West'n M 1 2 4 bathrooms, large kitchen. Wall to $300 down plus closing cost. Total JOE'S STARTER and
the Hurricane ERom.L Rotary Club some of his views on the cureh officers consisting of Cox 1 1 3 wall carpeting and ceiling to floor selling price only $8500. FHA fi- GENERATOR SHOP
All the bridge players in this "Economics" last Thursday at the S... ... ....n of dabrolSmith 02 2 drapes in living room. Central air nanced. Io .... ,-
All thare bridge players in their regular meet he Club tossed salad, barbecue pork, roast Oakes 0 2 2 conditioning and heating system, Small two bedroom house on COMPETENT MAN OR WOMAN
area are invited to bring their regular meeting of the compettlub. pork, rice containing five meats, McF'land 2 0 4 built in oven and range, 13.5 cu. ft. Long Avenue only $6.000. FHA fi- wanted in area covered by
tables of four. There will be a Tippett declared the competitivfresh vegetables, baked sweet po Score by quarters: freezer-refrigerator, garbage dis- nanced. newspaper to wn fi and
fashion show and new hair styles free enterprise system has become Port St. Joe -- 23 16 20 23-82 posal unit, cedar lined closets. Dou- HANNON. INSURANCE AGENCYf coinperat d nut andc
shown by members of Affiliate No. "sick." He stated that in his belief aes, Spce apples, ome-ae Cree-- 4 8 11 12- ble carport with workshop and Registered Real Estate Broker maie
6 during the luncheon. $10 is he capitalism has thrived because of Marvin Lan assisted Mrs. Settle- 200'completely landscaped. Price me long th preset occupy
charge for amisson.servingthemen. Christian ethics inbuness If the NEXT WEEK'S,GAMES $26,600. George Small, 109 Allen FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- capital required Could be b
All the proceeds will go to the present trend of cut-throat business The officers ain item of busi- Tomorrow nightthe Sharks will Memorial Way. ling at Oak Grove. Also two- into full time operation. Liberal
Florida Association for Retarded tactics Continud with the trend to thnechurch construc- be hosts to the Altha Wildcats. On story dwelling on 10th Street. See credit expansion plan for those
Children. continue to barely skirt the edge ofness was tbe g before Saturday, the Sharks travel to HOUSE FOR SALEi Block hliouse, 3 Citizens' Federal Savings and Loan who can qualify. For. local inter-
Childre. tion which is to begin on or before ,bedrooms 1% baths, carport, Association, tfe view write, INTERSTATE MER
For reservation and information the law in order more gans' February 15th. Mr. Warren K. Set- Perry to try for another win over chain link fence, excellent condi- CHANDISERS Rocite INT erSTA Mi
call Helene's Beauty Shop, tele- capitalism will die ... because of temire was given a sincere vote of the Taylor High aggregation. tion. 108 Westcott Circle or call WANTED ,TOO BUY: Good used
phone 227-thanks and confidence for his On Tuesday night of next week 229-3291. furniture, Cal, us for highest SALESMAN WANTED: Are you
Reservations have to be made b had caused it to thrie."an an the Sharks will host the Wewa- prices paid. LUS SALES of looking for a good part-time or
Reservations ave to ae speaker said that Americas many years of faithful service as hitchka Gators. FOR SALE: Below wholesale. 55x I ST. JOE. Phofie' 7-2011. tfc full-time income in Gulf County or
February 15. ree enterprise system was treasurer and was appoint- 10 2 bedroom, bath and half, Port St. Joe. Many Rawleigh deal-
in the 1700's and the country ha ed to serve in this capacity for the 1962 Magnolia mobile home. All WORK WANTED: ;;Call Betty Ma- ers earn $2.50 and up per hour.
in forged ahead steadilyever sinceyear 165 appliances built in. Will entertain rie Lee at 227-3534. Itp 512 Kraft Ave. Panama City or
S forged ahead steadily tever since.yar ing the join meeting were r e any reasonable offer. Call 227- write Rawleigh FA L 100 26, Mem-
Legal Notices When the consumer has benefitted Attending the joint meeting we Auxlary Names 2711. Mrs. Stern. tp FOR SAL By owner, 3 bedroom phisTenn. 2
Rev. Dave Neese; Elders, Henry A. masonry home. cated on Mar- 2
in he past all of society has bene- *s vin Ave. Phone 94486 tfc-11-5 TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex-
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS .NAME fitted I Campbell, Lawrence S. Bisset and COiMmitte S FOR SALE: Property at White City Fe ___ experience. Office in Dalkeith
Notice is hereby given that we "M h of the taint that has one 'James II. Greer; Deacons, Warren Committees Contact Grover Holland at Flor- FOR SALE: ed m house. 1508 For appointment call Wewa 639
intend to file the following fieti- 'i'alc o as gne K. Settlemire, Ted Beard, J. P. ida National Bank for information. Palm Blvd. Easy terms. Call 227- 2415, R. L. Capps. pd-4-15
tious name with the 'Clerk of th h wealth through history reverts Charles B Smith Marvin The White City Volunteer Fire 8636 or 2274311. Itp INCOME TAX
Circuit Court, Gulf County, Floro- back to the teaching of the Jews orrison, harles B. Smith, MarvinDepartment Ladies' Auxiliary held FOR SALE: 6 room cottage on lot --- NCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
ida: Community Grocery, 59 Mad that being wealthy as a sin. Of Land d arl Gulford their regular meeting in the Com- 50' x 150', all fenced. Living FOR SALE argemobile home tax work also. Bookkeeping er
ison Street course the Christian teachers later munity Building on Wednesday room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bath lots atlexico Beach on canal, vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs.
S KEtTH SW 4 r temr o catin the 1962 and hot and cold water, utility room, Stop paying Vent. Own your own. C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. 11tc-1-14
DOROTHY SWAN 1-28 taught that it was the love of em rom associwith Mrs. Raymond Hightower as double carport and wash shed, a Only $100 cash and $14.46 month. -
wealth that was wrong and began 1963 returns in the master file. In hostess. 68 18th St., 150 feet off Highway Less than rent. R. L. Fortner, at
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS to lend a respectability to money these cases Tomlinson asked that The meeting was called to order 98. A bargain for cash. Write P. phone 648-3241. tfc-1-21 LOWER TAX RATES
The Board of County Commis- andr,is ownership. the information called for on the by the president, Mrs. James Hor- 0. Box 318, Apalachicola. 4tp-1-7 WANTED TO RENT: 3 or 4 bed- IChangesin deductions. You
sioners of Gulf County will receive Karl Marx presented his own in- notice be furnished promptly to his ton, leading the group in the Lord's room home. Phone 227-2711, ext nee CME TAX SERVICElp?
sealed bids from any person, cor-ion of the Jewish contend office so that the computer records FOR SALE: College campus trans- 215 or write P. 0. Box 217, Port St. J D. Clark 1017 Lon Ave
pany, or corporation interested in tepretation of the Jewish conten- office so that the co Prayer. portation for those who do not Joe. t 24 ar Lorinc e
selling the County the following tion by teaching that public owner- can be brought into line. The president appointed her have automobile parking permits. ...ears Experience
described personal property: ship would cure the "sin" of pri- Tomlinson also said that this committees as follows: $1963 Honda 50. Like new condi- FOR RENT: 2 bidroom unfurnish-
A piece or parcel of land vate ownership. new program, which is being car- Ways and Means-Mrs. W. C tion. Completely rebuilt this month., ed first floor apartment. Phone
lying and being in the City of ed out in the seven-state South- $295.00. Phone 2274611 or'see Bob'227-7761. tfc-1-28 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
Port St. Joe, Florida. Said land To help safeguard our system of Robinson, Mrs. Claude Weston, Elzey. : r. man is as near as your telephone.
must be sufficient in size to be private ownership, the speaker eastern Region, would undoubtedly Mrs. Bob Smith, Mrs. Bill Harper, FOR RENT: Furnished room with Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
used for the construction of a iged the Rotarians to look behind identify some cases where taxpay- Mrs. Billie Varnum, Mrs. Murdic HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 private entrance and bath. ANCE AGENCY, across from the
County Courthouse and Jail. the 'titles of bills offered in Con- ers had failed to file the required Harcus and Mrs. B. C. Prince, bedrooms, 1 baths, carport, Phone 227.4241. ost Office. Local and Long Dis
State size of lot, legal descrip- gress. He declared that bills to be returns. Tomlinson urged anyone community Service-Mrs. Rob- chain link fence, built-in kitchen, stance Moving. Free Estimates
Bids will be received until Feb-.introduced in Congress were la- in this category to file the return ert L. Stebel, Mrs. Bill Rasmussen, wall to wall carpeting, glass show FOR RENT: Ufurnished 2 bed- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ruary 9, 1965 at 9:00 o'clock A.M., beled to gain public acceptance along with any required payment Mrs. Q. P. Wise, and Mrs. Melvin eater In excellent condition and school. Phone 78536.o fc-12-30 ufrd Grff, pone 229-3097
Central Standard Time, at the Of- when the contents are distasteful as soon as possible indicating the Lindsey. $1,000 down payment. 108 West- R RENT: 2 bedroom front HOUSE DOCTOR: Carports, patios,
Court, Wewahitchka, Florida. to most Americans today. reasons why a return had not been Finance-Mrs. Raymond High- cott Circle or call 229-3291. FO orchOn repoomadditions.y Alsok. omp
BOARD OF COUNTY Guests of the club were Gene previously filed tower, Mrs. James Horton, and Mrs. Joe Beach.. .$35.00 week. Phone estimate phone 229-1148 or 229-
COMMISSIONERS, Austin of Apalachicola, Merritt Tomlinson said that it would be Edgar Williams. MEFOR SALBECH 648-3472. tfc-7-16 4556. 4tp-1-14
By, CJames G. McDaniel Pope of anani Cty R. W. Gor- the interest of bth the Govern- By-Laws-Mrs. Robert Daniels New white brick, unfurnished, FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- WOOD WORKS Screen .drs
Chairman McDaniel, don of Jacksonville, Bob Dotson of ment and the taxpayer to correct ad Mrs Harold Chafin. 3, br., 2 baths, Florida room, ex- ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone picture frames, cabinets, kiten
Quincy and James Daly of Apa- any discrepancies in the tape rec- There being no further business tra storage space, carport, fenced 227-8642. tfc-12-17 sinks made to order. P. G. art
S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, lachicola.' : I words and asked that anyone receiv- the meetingwas closed with prayer d. Shown by appointment only.
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL ';'l ing thequestinnairetocomplethe menw cs i$1p500.00 down_----.---- $16,500.00, FOR RENT: Business property on Phone 6484223. t c 2-13
C IFOURTEENTH JUDICIAL ing theta quest.inna re :to ,omplefe by Mrs. Robert L. Smith. The next New 2 br., frame, asbestos Highway 98. With living quarters WILLIS! V. ROWAN, POS IS
O CIROUIT AN FOl it and return the rm.to his;office meeting will, be Februar 3 with shingle siding. Furnished except connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 THE AMERICANi EGON
G ULF COUNTY, IN CHA N- Itl 'll o: Mrs Melvin Lindsey as hostess. Ir.. 2 adjacent lots 50x150 each in- FOR RENT:'3 bedroom house, un- ing second arid f.urtl i
CERY. A social hour: of sandwiches,br furnished, Ig screen furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 ights 8:00 p.m. American
ALTER ROE, UlZ Azzed bout ASS ED ADS! chips, pie and coffee wa enjoyed porch, carport, redecorated, lot 75 month. Inq Siret. Jimoe Beach. $60 ome
C SIE porch,ycarhpi e,,mredscorated,.lot 75 month. Inquire Jim Mapes 648-:
Plantff by, thenine members present. xl00, beachside of hwy. $10,750.00 3840. fc-10-1 R.A.M.-Regular convocaio St,
CLOTEA FOWLER ROWE, Midget investent t Yield BEA LOTS. Good terms. Joseph Chapter No. i6, .M]
Defendant., Giant ,Returns' SAY YOU!SAW IT IN THE STAR r $1,000.00 and up FOR RENT: ne bedroom and pri- 1st and 3rd Mondays. A U ng
SDIVORCE ST. JOE BEACH vate. bath. Living room and TV companions welcome.
NOTICE TO: CLOTEA FOWLER! About 75,000 Florida taxpayers '.br. house, furnished, corner room privilege. 528 Corner of 6th JOE EVANS, Iigh Priest
ROWE' whose place of residence ill soon be receiving form letters .. lot, $1,000.00 down, balance at Street. and Woodward Ave. 2tp JOHN C. fDICKEY,. ecetery
' is Rou'e 1, Box 88, Sylvester, Geo-'sking hther itey t have filed House. 30, acres on Wetapo GOOD USED TV's; Good selection. THERE WILL BE a regular om
n r before the 1st day of 9 income tax returns, according Creek,10% n. balanqe 15' yrs. From $35.qa up. St. Joe Ra- munication of Port St. JoeLodge
March,'A. D. 1965, the defendant, to Laurie: W. Tomlinson, District $13,000.00 dio and TV. 22 Rebid Ave. Phone No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
Fo ler Row, is r e te* 59 acres on Intracoastal Canal 227-4081. .. tfc 12-17 and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
Clotea Fowler Rowe, is required to Director of Internal Revenue. EM*OR STEPHN Port oS t.rJo Fla vtratre Canetl 22g-d0tems..20.000
serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Tomlinson explained that the EMORYSTEPHENS Port St. Joe, Fla. OverstreegNTALterms. $20,000.00 FOR SALE 1957 Ford pick-up
Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad- 1308 McClelland Ave. Phone 227-3781
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Service's automatic data process- 308 McCelland Ave. Phone 22733781 r. house and apts. Mexico truck. 20,500 miles on engine.
Joe, Florida, a copy of and file ing system issues these notices Buy Now Beach, Beacon Hill, St. Joe Beach $400.00. Call 229-2226. tfc--28 BILL J. RICH, W. M.
with the Clerk of said Court, the when there is no record of the fil- d W 'ESTIMATES $60.00 uAT FOR SALE: Youth bed, mattress H. L. BURGE, Secretary
original of an answer to the Bill ing of a 1963 tax return under the And FREE EMERSON SWEAT, Realtor Keanmochild's chifforobe ALCOHO S ANONYMOUSfor $2500Meet
of Complaint filed against her same name and Social security S A V WE Mexico Beach Branch Office Kenmore electric range. Call Bill ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
herein. social security 19th St., & Hwy. 98, Ph. 648-4545 Sweazy at 227-8677. tfc-1-28 every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
WITNESS my hand and official number shown on the individual's Elizabeth W. Thompson, Mgr. at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
seal of,said Court at Wewahitchka, .1962. return. He added that varia- LOW DOWN PAYMENT LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS -OR SALE: Office machine ribbons St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
lf Cpunty, Florida, this 14th day tions in nai enand address or in Written Guarantee on Labor and Materials OR SALE: legal ruled pads. 25c for all popular machines. $1.00 further information, or rit P. O.
S1 4 a RESIPENTIL qr COMMERCIAL each. The Star. 227311 .