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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: February 11, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-f4e Outlet Port for the Apalachieola-Chattahoochee Valley"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1965


TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR


Commission Votes


Against Hiring of


Norman P. Gross
The question of whether or not whether or not they had previously
to use the services of Norman P. hired Gross, even though he had
Gross as architect for the new Gulf done some work on the Courthouse
,County Courthouse was decided at the direction of the Board but
'Tuesday by the County Commis- with no signed contractural agree-
sion by a vote of three to two not ment. Attorney William J. Rish
to hire Gross for the project. gave the Board the opinion thai
Gross had told the Board Tues- Gross was in their employ by
day that he would agree to a con- reason of their voice instructions
tract set out by the County Board even though they had signed no
for their architect to work under. written agreement, but that the
But on a motion by Commissioner County did not have obligations to
'Walter Graham and seconded by Gross spelled out as yet.
Leo Kennedy, the hiring of Gross Horton and Whitfield were
was voted down by Commissioners against hiring an architect at this
James Horton, T. D. Whitfield and time as no property was yet in the
the deciding vote by the Chairman, county possession to build a Court-
James McDaniel. house on and a general pattern for
One of the questions that had the building had not been agreed
come before the Board was upon as yet. On these grounds they
ca. e voted.'against. hiring an architect
--. la.g ::.i r,:. -- >.n ,' 'attibi timeand th6 Chaipan went
,l( 1 JyceeOS Wili :. a-- x ithhem.
Disr.ict Gross was instructed to render
HO District Caucus a bill to the County for the work
ThT P t St. Jo Ja cees will be that he had performed to date.


A U Lro .3t. joe jTycees ii ou
host to the District 1 Jaycee Cau-
cus Saturday of this week.
Approximately 100 Jaycees and
their wives will be in town from
Panama City, Bay County, Fort
Walton, Pensacola, Milton, Crest-
view, and DeFuniak Springs Jay-
cee clubs as well as Port St. Joe
members.
The caucus will begin at 3:00
p.m. at the Centennial .Building.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 and
a Jaycee ball will be hold Saturday
night in the Centennial Building.
Jayceettes will meet for a Dis-
trict Caucus at 3:00 p.m. in the St.
James Episcopal Parish House.
This is the first time the Port
St. Joe club has been host to a
District Caucus.


Rep. Williams Sets
Public Hearing Tonight
Gulf County Representative Ben
C. Wililams announced this week
that he will conduct public hear-
ings prior to the upcoming session
of the Florida Legislature. The
hearings are for the purpose of
"feeling the pulse" of Gulf County-
citizens and determining any fav,
ored legislation or opposition to
state-wide issues prior to his going
to the session in Tallahassee.
In Port St. Joe, Williams will
meet with his constituents tonight
at 7:30 P. M. in the chamber room
of the Port St. Joe City Hall. Every-
one is invited to attend and listen
or to propose bills you would like
to see passed in the legislature. I
Williams has scheduled a simi-[
lar hearing for Wewahitchka on
next Friday night, February 19.,
This meeting will be held in the
Courthouse. .


Library Has Open House Saturday


Gulf County's new library in
Port St. Joe held open house on
Saturday afternoon, displaying
their new library facilities and
the bookmobile that will tour


ket.
Serving as hostesses at the
cpen house Saturday were mem-
bers of the Beta Sigma Phi and
the Jayceettes.


Netta Niblack, Gulf County Li-
brary Board members, Mrs. Jane
Patton, Regional Librarian, Mrs.
Norris Daniell and Mrs. Ken Cox,
hostesses.
Library hours are: Monday,
Tuesday and Friday, 2:00 til
6:00 p.m.; Thursday, 2:00 to 6:00
p.m., and 7:00Q to 9:00 p.m.; Sat-
urday, 9:00 to 12:00 noon and
1:00 to 4:00 p.m. The library is
closed all day on Wednesdays.
(* photo)


Tom Coldewey Named
To Nuclear Commission

It was announced last week by
0 9"-the Governor's office that Tom S.
SColdewey has been appointed a
S i member of the Florida Nuclear and
Space Commission.
!AlMr. Coldewey is vice president
-iin charge of operations, a director
A -mittee of St. Joe Paper Company,
a director of the St. Joseph Land
S..' and Development Company and a
I Director of the Florida National
S. "Bank at Port St. Joe.


PRESBYTERIANS BREAK GROUND FOR NEW CHURCH


Members of the Presbyterian Church officers
are shown above as they break ground for con,
struction of a new church building on 16th Street
and Forrest Park Ave. The new church will be-
built by Barrier Builders of Port St. Joe.
Pictured above participating in the Sunday
afternoon ceremony are, left to right: J. H. Greer,


Dr. T. S. Harris, pastor of the First Methodist
Church, R. D. Prows, Rev. Dave Neese, with the
shovel, J. R. Smith, H. A. Campbell, C. F. Beard,
C. B. Smith, M. J. Land, Edward Smith and Carl
Zimmerman. Not present when the picture was
made were L. S-.Bissett, W. K. Settlemire, J-. P.
Morrison and C. A. Guilford. Star Pl~oto


W. C. Roche Installed As



Chamber of Commerce Head


Port St. Joe businessman W. C.
Roche assumed leadership of the .......... ". -
Port St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber g F".
of Commerce Monday night as ap- -'
proximately 150 supporters and
members gathered at the Centen-
nial Building to enjoy a delicious .
catfish dinner with all the trim-
mings. -
The dinner was prepared by H.
W. Griffin, James H. Cha-on and
Jake Mouchette. :
Roche will be assisted in his ,
tenure of office by fellow Chamber "
officers, Bob Fox, secretary; C. J. .
Stevens, Jr., treasurer and outgo- .
ing president. George G. Tapper .
as vice.president.
Assuming seats on the director- B'..
ship of the Chamber Monday were ,
Ed Ramsey, Ted Cannon, Bob Ver.-
vaeke, and W. C. Roche. They will W. C. ROCHE
serve with hold over directors, J.
P. Fleishel, Harry H. Saunders, J.
Lamar Miller. Bill Whaley. Cecil on the line that he expected those
Curry and George Tapper. who accepted a position with the


Tapper Reports
Tapper apologized to the Chami
ber for its seeming inactivity dur-
ing the past year but proceeded to
give his end of the year report
which repudiated his statement of
inactivity.
Tapper reported that the Cham-
ber worked in locating an oil refin-
ery in Gulf County, but the refin-
ery decided in December to locate
in Jacksonville. "Although we did-


organization to perform or say
they intended to do nothing and
make way for someone else.
Roche proposed for the new
year the employment of a full
time Chamber secretary and a "re-
vival" of a cooperative spirit in
Gulf County for the forward pro-
gress of the county as a whole.


Commission Lets Bids
For Petroleum Products
The C'.uinty Commission opened
bids Tut-da.% morning for the pur-
chase of petroleum products for
the county during the present fis-
cal year.
TIo oil companies submitted
bids on the products, \Wewa Hard-
ware Co. and Standard Oil Co.
Wena Harduare bid 19.79 cents
per gallon for regular gasoline. 22
cents for high test gasoline, and 11
cents for diesel fuel. WVewa Hard-
%%are bid 2912 cents for motor oil
in one quart cans and 20 cents per
pound for grease.
Standard Oil. represented by J.
Lamar Miller of Port St. Joe. bid'
.1979 cents per gallon of regular
gasoline, .2329 per gallon of prem-
ium gasoline, .1121 cents per gal-
lon of diesel fuel, .52 cents per
gallon motor oil in quart cans,
12'-. cents per pound for grease
in 400 gollon drums.
The Commission agreed to let
Wewa Hardware furnish petroleum
products for county vehicles in the
Wewahitchka area and Standard
Oil to serve the County needs in.
the Port St. Joe area.


D 5tL Dnar (.fvu'e natu


n't get the industry, much work Vg Rl U I IVUU I
was required in the trying", Tap-
per said.
An attempt, and it seemed a suc- L- fe A fter
cessful attempt, was made to se- L A C
cure a hardwood sawmill and fur-
niture factory for Gulf County. County Commission Chairman
But a revolution in Columbia in James McDaniel reported to the
South America the anticipated Board Tuesday that he had met
source of raw material-caused with the new State Road Board
the supply of raw '1aiterial to be member for this district, James
too uncertain, so the project was Lee of Crestview,, along with Sena-
dropped for awhile. tor George Tapper and Represen-
The Chamber has been active in native Ben C. Williams last Friday
securing a road for St. Joseph's and virtually worked out financing
State Park and it seems success is for the road to serve the proposed
at hand in this endeavor. Tapper State Park on St. Joseph's Penin-
at -- nd----- is-4 deav_. pp R,,11"l


also reported that the Government
is planning to make 1,724 more
acres on the Peninsula surplus and
place .it up for sale. The State of
Florida has been advised of this.
Tapper said that he had contact-
ed Bob Sikes in reference to the
Government creating a national
park from this property to go along
with the State Park.
The outgoing president also had
praise for workers who had part
in the Labor Day Celebration.
It was announced to the Cham-
ber that the Mobile and Atlanta of-
fices of the District Engineers has
approved deepening and widening
of the Gulf County Canal, and ap-
proval for the project is now in
Washington for the final word.
Roche Asks Cooperation
Incoming president W. C. Roche
told the members that he was a
little man foy a big job and he was
going to need help.
He called on the Chamber to
make as its number one project
for the new year the selling of
Gulf County to Gulf County citi-
zens. "We need to work together
and pull together" he said. "If you
are not interested in the work of
the Chamber, you ought to get out.
. If you are not interested in the
welfare of Gulf County, you ought
to get out".


WUiou Elw


conference


tween now and then will decide
the best avenue for them to fol-
low in issuing bonds,
- The Board is in agreement to
using $200,000 of the secondary
funds for. the Park Road project
regardless of the method of pro,
viding the money.
This action apparently has re-
moved the only real roadblock that
remains in the path of the com-


The State of Florida has started pletiox of the park.
construction on a 650 acre state
park on the Point, but had to halt 300 Register 'In First
construction until an access road Week of City Program
can be provided to the site to fa-
cilitate the hauling in of materials. Re-registration of Port St. Joe
McDaniel told the Board Tues- electors is going along at a brisk
day that Lee virtually assured the pace, according to City Hall.
county the road would be built if As of 3:00 p.m. yesterday af-
the county would put up $200,000 ternoon, 300 had registered in
of the cost. The cost of the road the City Hall.
has been estimated as high as It is necessary that everyone
$700,000 and may cost even more. re-register in order to be able to
Chairman McDaniel suggested vote in future city elections, as
that the Board pledge $200,000 of th old registration list has been
its secondary road funds for the discarded.
1965-66 funds for the park road. Register today at the City Hall.
Some discussion was forthcom- -
ing of the advisability of floating Students See Chipola
a bond issue against the secondary College 'Presentation
fund since, the probability is that
reapportionment will eventually Saturday, February 6, approxi-
abolish the fund, but all bonds out- mately 20 students traveled to
standing will still have to be hon- Marianna by bus to see "The Diary
ored. of Ann Frank," a play about a
Commissioner Walter Graham Jewish family and their hiding
wanted to initiate a bond issue now from the German army in World
since the County can realize some War II.


$650,000 at the present time. Chair-
man McDaniel was for waiting for
a while until more payments had
been made on present bonded in-
debtedness and more money could
be realized from ah issue.
The Board is to meet with the


The new President put it right State Board on March 2 and be-


The bus was chaperoned by two
teachers, Ronnie Nelson and Wally
Watson of Port St. Joe High School.
The play was presented by a
group of students from Chipola
Junior College. It was a' very good
play and everyone enjoyed it very
much.


Sharks Entering Conference Tourney


Mr. Coldewey is a member of
the City Commission of Port St. The Port St. Joe Sharks defeat-
Joe and chairman of the Port St. ed a hot Blue Springs, Ala., team-
Joe Port Authority. last Saturday night on the local
court, 92-76.
Mrs. LeHardy Involved In : Randy Weston continued to pace
A the Sharks with 28 points for the.
Auto Accident Friday 'Night night. David Macomber, Jake Be-
A 1962 sedan, driven by Mrs. lin and Al Cathey added 21, 18 arTd
Famie Porter LeHardy suffered& 10 points respectively for the lo-
an estimated $300 damages last cals. Coach Bobby Brown played
Friday night in an accident just his reserves for most of the game.
West of Port St. Joe, according to St. Joe fg ft tp Blue Spgs. fg ft t
Trooper Ken Murphy. Belin 8 2 18 Barefield 4 4 12
Trooper Ken Murphy. Weston' 13 2 28 Sheffield 7 7 21
According to Murphy's report, Craig 4 1 9 J. Thorpe 9 4 22
Mrs. LeHardy was traveling toward Cathey 4 2 10 F. Thorpe 5 0 10
Port St. Joe when she left the Ivlc'mb'r 10 1 21 Woodh'm 3 3 9
left side of the road, traveled 320 iodman 1 0 2 Bryan 1 0 2
feet, hit a culvert and traveled 65 Dakes 1 0 2
feet more before coming to a stop. Score by quarters:
Mrs. LeHardy suffered no injur- Port St. Joe 18 19 22 33-92
ies. Blue Springs __- 19 17 15 25-76


The Port St. Joe Sharks will
enter the Gulf Coast Conference
tournament in Quincy tonight.
The Shark 'B' squad will play
tonight at 7:00 p.m. against the
Quincy Tigers. -
The Shark varsity will make
its first appearance in the tour.-
n ment Friday night against
Quincy at 8:30 p.m.
The championship game for
both junior and varsity squads
will be played Saturday night be-
ginning at 7:00 p.m.
Admission to the games will
be 75c for adults and 35c for
students on Thursday night;
$1.00 and 50c on Friday night
and 50c and 25k for the first
game Saturday and $1.00 and
50c for the second game


Port St. Joe High School's ram-
paging Sharks traveled to Panama
City and continued their hardwood
mastery over Bay High Monday
night and overcame their hosts,
69-48, in a game which saw both
teams off in their shooting.
The win for the Sharks was the
second of the current season over
the Tornadoes.
The Sharks managed only 26 of
68 attempts, or 38 per cent, from
the field for the match although it
was ample to top the Tornadoes 18
of 59 or 30 per cent.
Bog Craig, Shark forward, led his
teammates in point-production with
17 points and was second in re-
bounds with 10.
Billy Versiga was the sparkplug
(Continued On Page 10)


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


C COPER
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NUMBER 22


the county. In the top picture, Miss Mary
The Gulf County library ser. Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
vice is a part of the Regional Li- Ken Cox is shown checking out
brary which serves Gulf, Bay a book in the bookmobile.
and Washington Counties. In the bottom photo are, left
The Port St. Joe branch of to right, Mrs. Dave Jones, host.
the library is located next door ess; Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, libra-
to the Piggly Wiggly Super Mar- rian; Emmette Daniell and Miss


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1965



PSJ High School


Honor Students


Following is the Honor Roll for
Port St. Joe High- School for the
first semestem, by grades:
All A
7th-Pam Wilson, Deborah Ma-
hon.
8th-Dianne Dawson.
9th-Joy Ferrell.
10th-Cherry White.
llth-Jake Belin.
12th-Wanda Segers.
A and B
7th-Karla Strobel; Judy Stone,
Robert Keel, James Lancaster,
Larry McFarland, Shirley Canthey,
Susan Peak, Brenda Wall, Judy
Moore, Bobby Faliski, Janice Coat-
ney, Laura Guilford, Jo Beth Ham-


Clemens, Patty Strobel, Becky Hen-
drix, Lynn Ritchie, Sharon Davis,
Thomas Haddock, Jennifer Braxton,
Brenda Chandler, Dorothy Sutton.
10th-Paul Strebel, Rita Rasmus-
sen, Tommy Atchison, Rainey Fend-
ley, Judy Herring, Phyllis Miles,
Andrew Lewis, Randy Armstrong,
Sherry Thornton, Ivy Terrell, Alan
Richardson, Gilda Gilbert.
llth-Catherine Ramsey, Helen
Peak, Barbara Lewis, Martha Fite,
Dennis Dawson, Jo Ann Whitfield,
Sherry White, Jacque Price, Billy
Antley.
12th-Paula Lovett, Fran Rob-
bins, Wanda Odum, Norma Peter-


mock, Sue Kennedy, Tony Boyd, son, Celia Creech, Jimmy Good-
Mike Powell. man, Fran Gunn, Sandra Lee, Ma-
8th-Jeanine Britt, Linda Gail rie Rhames, Cereldine Adams, Con-
Kimbrell, Deda Gilbert, Gail Pow- nie Mahan, Sheila Thornton, Pete
ell, Linda Combs, Bill Hendrix, Fox, Betty Hammond, Wayne Brax-
Pauline McLendon, Margaret Bin- ton, Barbara Weeks.
ion, Shirley Tharps, Debby Lay, Following is the Honor Roll for
Eugenia Traweek, Bobby Kennedy. the Port St. Joe High School for
9th-David Richardson, Joyce the Third Six Weeks, by grades:


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .........----..... 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


All A
7th-Pam Wilson, Shirley Kay
Cantley, Deborah Mahon, Janice
Coatney, Laura Guilford, Jeanine
Britt.
9th-Dorothy Sutton.
10th Phyllis Miles, Cherry
White.
llth-Jake Belin.
12th-Norma Peterson.
A and B


7th-Buddy Boyett, Judy Stone,
Robert Keel, Larry McFarland,
Steven Miller, Gwendelyn Duval,
Debra Hattaway; Brenda Wall,
Judy Moore, Babby Faliski, Dale
Little, Jo Beth Hammock, Sue Ken-
nedy, Kenneth Merritt, Mike Pow-
ell.
8th-Linda Gail Kimbrell, Deda
Gilbert, Linda Combs, Tim Griffin,
Rickey Robertson, Pauline McLen-
don, Shirley Tharpe, Donald Butler,
John Lewis, Debbie Lay, Dianne
Dawson, Franklin Parrott, Bobby
Kennedy.
9th-Joyce Clemens, Ann John-
son, Becky Hendrix, Sharon Davis,
Jae Freida Joines, Jan Stripling,
Mary Tharpe, Lynn Ritchie, Ken-
nedy Avant, Jennifer Braxton.
10th-Linda Rycrbft, Paul Stro-
bel, Tommy Atchison, Rainey
Fendley, Judy Herring, Andrew
Lewis, Randy Armstrong, Sherry
Thornton, Gilda Gilbert.
11th-Catherine Ramsey, Connie
Dawson, Karen Stripling, Jo Ann
Whitfield, Sherry White, Jennifer
Kennedy, Jacque Price, Billy Ant-
ley.
12th-Paul Pierce, Paula Lovett,
Fran Robbins, Carol Alligood,
Wanda Odom, Jimmy Goodman,
Wilkie Gilbert, Fran Gunn, Sandra
Lee, Marie Rhames, Wanda Segers,
Connie Mahan, Sheila Thornton,
Pete Fox, Betty Hammond, Barbara
Weeks.

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Sales Use Tax

Collections Hit

An All-Time High
TALLAHASSEE January sales
and use tax collections were the
highest for a single month in the
history of the tax, J. Ed Straughn,
Director of the Florida Revenue
Commission, said today.
Straughn reported collections,
based on December business, total-
ed $26,741,414, an increase of 13.59
per cent or $3,200,107 over the
same month last year.
"The record increase is due to
an excellent tourist season and
heavy spending during the Christ-F O R
mas holidays," Straughn said. The
revenue director also reported that
the building industry of Florida
has apparently recovered from a" K"
low period of activity and was a
contributing factor in the increase.
Straughn said the fiscal year col-
lections total $145,146,004, an in-
crease of $18,118,536 or 14.26 per O N T H E
cent over the same period for the
previous year.
Collections on the five per cent
wholesale sporting goods tax for RW'
January totaled $146,463, up 13.91
per cent or $17,987 over the same
month last year. Collections for the
fiscal year total $755,839, an in-
crease of 80.77 per cent or $337,-
726 over the 1963-64 fiscal year.
January gasoline tax collections
totaled $13,805,0113, up $2,152,318 __
over December.






Alabama, for dredging in Pensa- quirements. Our milk is produced, bottled and
cola Harbor, Florida, to deepen delivered under most careful
the bay and inner channels fromLet them enjoy energy-rich, pure fresh milk
30 feet to the 33-foot depth au- plenty on hand. Deep 'em growing healthy!
thorized by Congress in the River
and Harbor Act of 1962.
Specifications call for dredging Delivered at no extra charge to your
the inner harbor channel parallel
to the pierhead line to a depth of door available at your favorite groc-
33 feet and a width of 500 feet, er's. Call
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the bay channel to a depth of 33 lect, for home delivery!
feet and a width of 300 feet. *
When the new harbor depths 1
have been provided, Pensacola will
be the deepest harbor between
Tampa and Mobile except for Port
St. Joe, which has an entrance
channel 37 feet deep and harbor
channels 35 feet deep. Water traf-
fic at Pensacola amounted to near-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1965


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Rebekah Past Noble Grands


Past Noble Grands are, seated
left to right, Mrs. Ruth McCor-
mick, Mrs. Gladys Boyer, Mrs.
Jessie Owens and Mrs.- Flora
Long. Standing are Mrs. Lois


Daniell, Mrs. Hulene Thames,
Mrs. Allene Hightower, Mrs.
Addie Goodson and Mrs. Lucille
Williams. (* photo)


Rebekah Lodge Honors Past Noble

Grands At Valentine Party Friday Night
On Thursday. Feb. 4, the Melody vocation. Out of town guests were


Rebekah Lodge 22 honored its past
Noble Grands at a Valentine din-
ner. The hall throughout was lovely
with huge wall-size hearts and red
roses.
The theme was further carried
out in the food as the group dined
by candlelight.
Honored Noble Grands were Mrs.
Gladys Boyer, Flora Long, Allene
Hightower, Lucille Williams, Ad-
die Goodson,' Lois Daniels, Jessie
Owens, Ruth McCormick, Hulene
Thames, junior past Noble Grand.
Those unable to attend were Mary
Weeks, Mary Forehand, Pearl
Whitfield.
Deceased Noble Grands of Mel-
ody Rebekah Lodge 22 are Flara-
zelle Connell, Viola Walters, A. D.
Lawson.
The husbands of the Melody sis-
ters were also honored guests.
Mrs. Susie Chason gave the in-


Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fogt of Lynn
Haven.
There were 24 officers in attend-
ance. The regular monthly meeting
followed the dinner, Sister Elsie
Griffin, Noble Grand, presiding.
She extended thanks to all who
helped in making the dinner a
lovely success.
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST WMU
SETS MEETING PLACES
Eleanor Howell, Circle meets
Feb. 16th, Tuesday, 9:30 A. M. with
Mrs. Hazel Ferrell 1102 Long Ave.
Lota Palmer Circle meets Feb.
16th, Tuesday, 9:30 A. M., with Mrs.
Ruby Lucas, 1021 Marvin Ave.
Martha Jane" Baggett Circle
meets Feb. 16th, Tuesday, 4 P. M.,
with Mrs. Audrey McLawhon, 1200
Monument Ave.
Dorothy Clark Circle will meet
Tuesday, February 16, at the home
of Mrs. J D. Clark at 7-30 P M.
Edna Horton Circle meets 17th.
Wednesday, 9 A. MI., \ith Mrs
Loui-ie Holland. Milxico Beach


OAK GROVE PASTOR
LISTS SPECIAL SUBJECT
In this enihihtened scientific age.
is it possible to believe in demons?!
If so, .ho\. can they be unmasked?
Most important, how can Christians
NMost important .ho,\ can Christians
effectually combat this frighten.
ing and little-understood menace?
Hear the answer to these and other
questions Sunday night beginning
at 7:30 in the evangelistic service
of the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church %when the pastor, Harvey D.
Ferrell, speaks on the subject,
"Demon Power Today." Special
music and singing \\ill also be a
feature of the service.
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COSTNAT
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Second row: Miss Clara Pate, Mrs. Essie Williams, Mrs. Joyce
Mrs. Dora Martin, Mrs. Sybil Faison, Mrs. Verna Burch, Mrs.
Scheffer, Mrs. Ferne Forehand, Fannie Mae Evans and Joseph C.
Mrs. Eula Dickey, Mrs. Evelyn Evans. (- photo)
Smith, Mrs. Charlotte Nedley,

Mrs. Bell DuBose Installed As Worthy

Matron By Order of Eastern Star Lodge
Gulf Chapter 191, Order of Eas-' H. Trawick; Secretary, Miss Clara
tern Star, held open installation of Pate Treasure, Mrs. ybilSche
1965-66 officers in the Masonic fer; Conductress, Mrs. Maybel
Hall at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Febru Swatts; Associate Conductress,
ary 5. Mrs. Evelyn Smith; Chaplain, Mrs.
y 5. c m Leslie Spillers; Marshal, Mrs. Es-
The impressive ceremony was sie Williams; Organist, Mrs. Ferne
held in the Chapter Room amid a Forehand; Adah, Mrs. Joyce Fai-
colorful setting, the decorations Foreha R AMrs. r Jyce Fai-
which carried out the theme of son; Ruth, M harlotte Nedley; Mar-
the incoming Worthy Matron, with tha, Mrs. Eula Dickey; Electa,
her chosen colors, gold, white and Mrs. Dora Martin; Warder, Mrs.
blue, predominating. Fannie Mae Evans; Sentinel, Jo-
The meeting was called to order seph C. Evans.
by the retiring Worthy Patron, As the installing officer prepar-
Robert Creamer, and the opening ed to turn the gavel over to the
ceremonies were presided over by new Worthy Matron, Emmett Du-
the retiring Worthy Matron, Mrs. Bose, the husband of the new Wor-
Verna Burch. thy Matron, stepped forward,.and
The invocation was given by presented to his wife: a new gavel
Rev.. Hubert White ,and the Lord's as a personal gift to use, during
Prayer was led by Mrs. Mary Jane her year.
Trawick. A beautiful solo, "Shining In My
Mrs. Burch welcomed all mem- Heart" was sung by Mrs& Debbie
bers and guests. Before turning the Tankersley. She was accompanied
meeting over to the Installing Of- by Mrs. Frances Meriwether. This
ficer, Mrs. Burch warmly thanked song was composed by Mrs. Meri-
her corps of officers for their' wether, and it was first sung for
faithfulness during the year and and presented to the Worthy Grand
presented each with a gift of ap- Matron, Grand Chapter of Florida,
preciation. on her official visit this year to the
Serving as Installing Officer for Wewahitchka Chapter, and the
the new slate of officers was Mrs. Worthy Grand Matron requested
Pattie Gibson, PM. Her assistants that it be sung at Grand Chapter
were Mrs. Corene Dykes, PGE, In- Session in Miami Beach this year.
stalling Marshal; Mrs. Marie Crea- The new Worthy Matron, Mrs.
mer, PM, Installing Chaplain; and DuBose, thanked the Chapter for
Mrs. Frances Meriwether, PM, In- the beautiful installation service.
stalling Organist. She pledged herself to work dur-
Installation ceremonies com- ing the coming year for the good
menced with a solo, "The Lord's of the Order and asked for the
Prayer", sung by Mrs. Debbie Tank- help of all members. She asked
ersley, accompanied by Mrs. Fran- that everyone strive to live up to
ces Meriwether at the piano. Dur- the obligation of the Order of the
ing the solo the Pages, Miss Phyllis Eastern Star, and promote love and
Thomason, granddaughter of the in- harmony between members. She
coming Worthy Matron and Miss pointed out that the word "Light"
Pamela Burch, daughter of the re- is a key word in both science and
tiring Worthy Matron, marched to religion, and she expressed the
the East and placed in front of hope that we may walk in the Light
the dias a large white styrofoam of the Eastern Star.
bible, the emblem of the new Wor- The newly installed Worthy Pa-
thy Matron, with the words of Ruth tron, Ralph Swatts, Sr., addressed,
"Thy people shall be my people, the members and visitors, and
thy God my God" written in gold. pledged his support to the Worthy
Placed in front of and below the Matron.
bible was a large silver star, the The retiring Worthy Matron,
new Worthy Matron's symbol. The Mrs. Verna Burch, and the retiring
bible was encircled by lighted blue Worthy Patron, Robert Creamer,
birds, representing "The Light". were presented the Junior Past
Prayer by the Installing Chaplain Matron's Jewel and the Junior
followed. Past Matron's Jewel. Mrs. Burch
Officers installed were: Worthy received from her corps of officers
Matron, Mrs. Bell DuBose; Worthy a plaque inscribed with her name
Patron, Ralph A. Swatts, Sr.; As- and year in office. Mr. Creamer
sociate Matron, Mrs. Mary 'Jane was presented a personal gift from
Tradi'ck~;'Asbciate- Patron, Robert -"(Continued On Paige 10)


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they are. Drive one and find out why, First thing you know, you'll buy one, too.
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Mrs. Bell DuBose, Ralph A.
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Mathematics Department
"What is modern mathematics?" his teacher may reveal to Mom and
is a question which may well be Dad a type of mathematics entirely
asked by a puzzled parent when different from the familiar arith
Johnny comes marching home metic or algebra of fifteen or
from school and announces that twenty years ago.
1-plus-1-equal-10 (sometimes) or Today's child must be educated
that parallel lines intersect (in cer- for the many new fields which will
tain situations). An examination of be open to him when he chooses
Johnny's textbook or a visit with his life's work. Careers in comput


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they must add or multiply. Mathe- tion.
matics is taught not to produce an- --
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er programming are just one ex-
ample of a new field in which a
knowledge of modern mathematics
is a stepping-stone to success. All
the old fields from agricultural re-
search to governmental planning
and business management are also
requiring a different type of prep-
aration in mathematics. There
have been rapid developments and
changes in the mathematics which
affects our daily lives through the
physical, engineering and social
sciences. It is a foregone conclus-
ion that to enter most professions
or vocations today our children
must be introduced to a broad con-
cept of mathematics which requires
them to think in generalizations
based on experience and not to do
operations taught only by a set of
arbitrary rules.
In order to accomplish this, the
students are encouraged to experi-
ment with the ideas of algebra,
geometry, and arithmetic so that
they may see for themselves why


doing. Experimentation, reflective
thinking, and discovery are the
tools for its mastery.
The mathematics program in the
Port St. Joe High School has under-
gone considerable change within
the past few years. As qualified
teachers and modern teaching ma-
terials have become available, an
all-out effort has been made to
modernize and update the curricu-
lum. Most junior high school stu-
dents are now studying some form
of the new mathematics. In the
senior high school those students
who are enrolled in college prepara-
tory courses have the opportunity.
to learn the new type of Algebra,
.Geometry, and Trigonometry. With-
in the next two years it is to be the
goal of the faculty and administra-
tion to complete the modernization
of the entire curriculum so that all
students will be enrolled in classes
which incorporate the latest and
best trends in mathematics educa-


swers to give problems according Guests last weeo r u mi. au 1 ,
to set ways of doing things, but S. J. Taylor were their son, Lavauri, Washing-
rather to provide the skills to de- and his wife and young son, La- Mrs. R. W. Smith is in Washing-
termine what procedure to use and vaun, Jr., who are now residing in ton, D. C., visiting her nephew,
why this procedure will produce Brevard, N. C. Mrs. George Ken- Stephen A. Whealton.
the desired result. Mathematics is nington from Milton also visited
now a way of thinking as well as with the Taylors. Say You Saw It In The Star


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PATE'S


SERVICE CENTER


School


Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, Feb. 15
Blackeyed peas, sliced ham, but-
tered spinach, hot biscuit, syrup,
butter, milk.
Tuesday, Feb. 16
Meat loaf, rice, English peas, let-
tuce and tomato salad, whole wheat
bread, fresh oranges ,butter, milk.
Wednesday, Feb. 17
. Hot dogs, buttered potatoes, cab-
bage slaw, peanut butter cookies,
butter, milk.
: Thursday, Feb. 18
Turkey salad, buttered corn, slic-
ed tomatoes, apple pie, white bread,
butter, milk.
Friday, Feb. 19
Navy beans, ham seasoning, tur-
nip greens, carrot and raisin salad,
apple sauce ,corn bread, butter,
milk.


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POSToFICE Box 308


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

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Editorial -

Newly-elected Chamber of Commerce president, W. C.
Roche was plain-spoken and challenging, in his initial address
to the Chamber meeting Monday night of this week.
Roche was appealing for unity of purpose throughout
the county for the purpose of selling Gulf County, and what
it offers, to the people of Gulf County and determined this to
*be the most important task that faces the Chamber this year.
Ro6e 'plainly 'stated that if members of the Chainber were
not willing to actively work for this and other projects that
will surely come up, then "you should get out of the Chamber,
because you are not doing yourself, the Chamber or the
county any good through this organization." Roche flatly
stated that if someone accepted a responsibility during the
year he expected the job to be carried out or the one selected
should plainly say he didn't plan to do the task.
Plain talk? But we believe that plain talk of this sort
will eliminate much wheel spinning during the coming year
and will make the Chamber of Commerce a force to be counted
on for making good things happen in Gulf County.
We applaud the enthusiasm that was shown by the annual
meeting Monday. The crowd was by far the largest annual
meeting crowd that we have seen since the Chamber has been
organized, and we have missed only one of the organizational
meetings since the Chamber has been established.
As Mr. Roche says, "If the Chamber can succeed in sell-
ing Gulf County to Gulf Countians and create an atmosphere
of togetherness and cooperation in the year to come, we will
have a most successful year." ,
We concur with this thinking. We applaud the enthusi-
asm that was engendered at the Monday night meeting and
we join Mr. Roche in soliciting your ACTIVE cooperation
with the Chamber during the year that Gulf County may gird
itself up to begin to accomplish great things that we know
are lying dormant at our feet.


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THE STRENGTH OF AMERICA

By the Scout Oath and Law a Boy Scout learns' what
democracy is. He discovers that a government is neither
strong nor good by accident, and: that "a chain is as
strong as its weakest link." We salute the Scouts for
helping to build America's strength.


FLORIDA NATIONAL, BANK
At Port St. Joe, Florida
Membe D. I.C.


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THE STAR

Published Evc.y Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publishet
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department


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BREASTS


pound
SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY
for
THE BEST MEAT
IN TOWN!


SPRING RIVER
CREAMERY
BUTTER
ONE LB. CTN.
Handily packaged in four
quarter pound sticks!
KOTEX reg. 12 ct. box 39c


YELLOW ROSE

FLOUR
10 POUND BAG


FAB gt. box
LIMIT: One box with $7.50
or more order!
.n CHLORINE
ION BLEACH 3
reg. 43c
DETERGENT Palmolive Gold Deodorant SOAP
1Igiant 59c 2 re. 29.c 2 bath 41c
PIGGLY WIGGLY PRIDE!
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Yellow Rose
TEA
4 Oz. 29c
Bags


KLEEN'EX 2 ply, 150 ct. box 19c
5 CELL
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CHICKEN OF THE SEA
CHUNK LIGHT

TUNA
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Large Can
NABISCO
SALTINE

Crackers.i
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HUNT'S TOMATO A
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pound i
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GROWN ORANGES OR

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Pound


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At Regular 70c
Low Price; 7
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FEBRUARY 10,11, 12 and 13
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Loose Tea .- 35c
Jax. 2-13-65
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SAnn Page = 12 Oz. Bottle
Chili Sauce ---- 29c
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Special! A&PW Our Finest Quality
Apple Sauce-6 1-b. cans 89c
Special! Ann Page Condensed-OlY2-oz. cans
Tomato Soup ----_5 cans 49c
Special! Sultana-in Tomato Sauce
PORK &BEANSS--- lb. 10c
Special! Welch's GRAPE JELLY or
Grape Jam-1ib., 4-oz. jar 39c

Special! Dole Sliced
Pineapple I th lb., 4 2oz. 33c
Special! A&P Bartlett Halves
PEARS ac 1-lb. c s lb. 23c
Special! Jane Parker
Pecan Pie _-_ -Ib., 8 oz. 49c



Fruits and Vegetables
Fresh, Full of Juice Calif.
LEMONS ---- doz. 19c
Fancy Red Delicious
APPLES------lb. 19c
Fresh Medium Yellow
ONIO NS ...5 lb. bag 35c


Gerber
BABY FOOD, 6 jars 65c
Laundry Bleach
CLOROX --..-.....qt. 23c
Detergent
BREEZE, 2 lb., 6 oz. 79c
Detergent
Silver Dust--.....15 oz. 35c
Detergent-3 Ibs., 7 oz.
Rinso Blue--10c off 69c
Detergent 3 Ibs., 1 Oz.
Condensed "All" --....79c
Detergent 1 lb., 3 Oz.
Fluffy "All" ..... .....35c
Detergent 1 lb., 4 Oz.
Dishwasher "All"-.....45c


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"Super Right"


Beef Sale!

2nd Big Week!
Expert A&P Inspectors in the new. Jacksonville
MeatPlant make sure of "Super-Right" quality. In
addition, a federal meat inspector :is regularly
stationed at the Meat Plant. Such quality control
assures A&P customers of fine tender cuts at our
traditionally low prices. ::Super-Right" quality
comes only from constant care. That's why A&P
maintains its own spotless, modern meat ware-
house. A&P guarantees "Super-Right meat to com-
pletely satisfy or your money will be cheerfully
refunded.
"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF


STEAKS

CHUCK Bone In -----lb.
Lb.
RIB -Bone In 89c Boneless
ROUND-Boneless, Full Cut, lb.
ROUND Boneless Tops, lb.
CUBED-Boneless--- lb.
T-BONE Boneln--- lb.
CLUB -Bone n-------lb.
SIRLOIN TIP--------b.
SIRLION Bone In--- lb.


49c
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89c
99c
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99c
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"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF

ROASTS


CHUCK-Bone in----lb.
CHUCK Boneless -- lb.
RIB 7 In. Middle Cut. lb.
Clod-Boneless Shoulder, lb.
SIRLOIN TIP-------lb.


45c
69c
79c
79c
89c


Freezer Beef
"Super-Pight" 150 to 170 Lb. Avg.
Hind Quarters ------lb. 59c
"Super-Right" 25 to 35 Lb. Avg.
WHOLE BEEF RIB ----lb. 69c
"Super-Right" 50 to 65 Lb. Avg.
WHOLE BEEF LOIN -- lb. 79c
"Super-Right" 90 to 100 Lb. Avg.
WHOLE BEEF ROUND __ Ilb. 59c
"Super-Right" 85 to 100 Lbb. Avg.
Whole Arm Beef Chuck, lb. 42c
"Super-Right" 150-175 Lb. Avg.
BEEF FORE QUARTER _- lb. 39c
"Super-Right" 8-10 Lb. Avg. Lb.
Boneless Beef Ribeye --- $1.69
We will cut and wrap your freezer
beef purchase for your freezer at
no additional charge.


Star-Kist Light Meat
Chunk Tuna, '/2 oz. 35c
Shortening
SNOWDRIFT, 3-lbs. 83c
For Cooking or Salads
Wesson Oil .--24 oz. 45c
Valley Gold
Frozen Drinks, 6 oz. 10c
Jello Reg. Size
Puddings .-....... .2 for 23c
Pillsbury
BISCUITS-........8 oz. 10c
All Sweet
MARGARINE-.....lb. 29c
Maxwell House
Coffee-1.......-lb. can 89c
Red Label
Karo Syrup-.......pint 35c


510 FIFTH STREET
Prices in this Ad ade good through
Sunday, February 14.


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WHITE CITY FIRE COMPANY
AUXILIARY HOLDS MEETING
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
White City Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment held their regular meeting in
the Community Building on Wed-
nesday with Mrs. Walter C. Robin-
son as hostess. Mrs. Murdic Har-
cus gave the opening prayer. Mrs.
James C. Horton opened the meet-
ing by asking Mrs. Raymond High-
tower, secretary, to read the min-
utes of the previous meeting.
It was agreed that Mrs. Horton
would contact Fire Chief Billie
Varnum to see if he could meet
with us on February 17th. The pur-
pose of this meeting will be for
the Chief to give us some instruc-
tions on how to operate the fire
truck. Ladies, please all of you be
present that day.
We had as our guest Mrs. Jack
D. Jamison. Mrs. James Horton dis-
missed the ,group with prayer.
iAjvery enjoyable social hour of
cake and coffee was enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Robert L. Smith will be hos-
tess at the February 17th meeting.

Mr. and Mrs. George Small visit-
ed last week-end in Biloxi, Miss.,
with Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. O'Con-
nor. Mrs. O'Connor is a niece of
the Smalls.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barbee vis-
ited recently in Jacksonville with
the Joel Barbees. Accompanying
them were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts
who visited with their son and fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watts.


Bowling News

LADIES' COFFEE LEAGUE Brown had 464 with a high game
Amison's and West Florida Gas of 194. Connie Kirkland bowled
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had games of 163-142-126. Norma
Hobbs added 380.
Team Standings W. L.
St. Joe Furniture --60 24
Comforter's ---------58 26
St. Joe Laundry -_41 42
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2. Verna Burch was high for Ami-
son's with a 450 series, Lois Smith
441, Ann Whittle 412 and Chris-
tine Lightfood 402.
Alice Machen was high for West
Florida Gas with a 403, Janet King
376, Aline Abrams 372 and Dot
Swan (sub) 332.
On lanes 3 and 4, Pate's took
three games from Whitfield Strik-
ers with Wynell Burke (sub) high
for Pate's with a 451, Mary Lyons
436, Debbie Tankersley 359 and
picking up the 3-10 and 5-7 'splits;
Mary Parker 351. Good bowling,
Debbie.
Ruby Lucas was high for The
Strikers with a 484, Jerry Freeman
454, Mary Harrison 405 and she
also picked up the 5-7 split; Eula
Dickey 330.
On lanes 5 and 6, Beaman's took
all four games from Rich's with
Eleanor Williams high for Bea-
man's with a 388, Audrey Tanner
355, Loyle Beaman 336, and Irene
Beamon 284.
Martha Ward (sub) was high for
Rich's with a 408, Gloria Morgan
378, Bennie Hunter (sub) 316, and
Marie Boone 279.
On lanes 7 and 8, The Senators
took three games from Jitney Jun-
gle with Mary Brown high for the
Senators with a 545, Betty White-
hurst 393, Jessie Ruth Ramsey
(sub) 384 and Mildred Kennington
373.
Evelyn Smith was high for J. J.
with a 563 which is also high for
the season. Good bowling, Evelyn,
you are getting close to the 600.
Jean Stebel 433, Janet Marshall
354 and Lois Faulk 300.
Standings: W. L.
E. L. Amison --------49 27
Jitney Jungle --------45 31
Whitfield Strikers .-41 35
Senators 40 36
West Fla. Gas. -------34 41'/
Pate's 341/2 41/2
Rich's 312 441/2
Beaman's 24 47
GULF CO LADIES LEAGUE
Nedley's Florist won three games
from Comforter's last week on
lanes 1 and 2. Myra Hodge rolled
394 for Nedley's with a high game
of 154. Charlotte Nedley added 371
with a game of 144. Elise Rogers
led Comforter's with a 426. She
had games of 177-165-144. Mary
Roberts rolled 417 with games of
164-112-141.
Glidden won three games from
13 Mile as Evelyn Murdock rolled
a big 520 series. She had games of
181-196-143. Joan Myers added 388
with a game of 185. Samme Dean
had a 161 game. Dana Rose led 13
Mile with a 435. She had games of
143-171-121. Omie Rose added 416
with a game of 164. Donna Ward
had a 166 game.
Faye's Drive-In won three games
from St. Joe Laundry on lanes 5
and 6. They asked that none of
their scores be printed but I will
say the highest game rolled on
either team was a 136 by Bennie
Hunted for Faye's.
St. Joe Furniture won three
games from Florida National Bank
on lanes 7 and 8. Evelyn Smith
bowled 516 for St. Joe Furniture
with games of 167-167-182. Cutchie


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County Ranger Tells of
1964 Forest Fire Record
County Ranger Alton Hardy says
that the fire record of Gulf County
shows that during 1964 the county
had 27 wild forest fires, and that
these fires were brought under con-
trol with a loss of 396.9 acres of
Gulf County forest lands burned.
The records show that during
the year of 1963 the county had
52 forest fires, with a loss of 1,-077
acres of forest lands burned. How-'
ever, during 1964 the county had
100.71 inches of rainfall, compared
to 76.01 inches during 1963.
Ranger Hardy says that this rec-
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and adjoining counties who use our
RACE TRACK FUND CHECKS
BEING MAILED TO COUNTIES'
TALLAHASSEE State Comp-
troller Ray E. Green said today
checks for $31,000 are being mail-
ed to each of the 67 counties as
their share of the February race
track tax fund distribution.
The comptroller reported each
county has received a total of $102,-
000 thus far this fiscal year. This
is a $10,000 increase over the same
period during the previous fiscal
year.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1965

county lands for their livelihood Group Unit Fire Control, and Coun-
and recreation. tywide Fire Control which began
Ranger Hardy concludes this re- in 1949.
port by calling attention to the Remember only you can help pre-
fact that this is the best record in vent waste, and build a better fu-
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .......------........... 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship.............-- 6:00 P.M.
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County Agent's

, Notes...

By CUBIE LAIRD, County Agent


By Cubie Laird, County Agent trades, services and farming en-
A new credit service to help low- terprises..
income families in rural areas Rural cooperatives serving low-
raise their income has been an- income families and providing
nounced by the United States De- services and facilities not other-
partment of Agriculture. j wise available may also be eligible
Applications for loans are being for credit under the program.
received now by some 1,600 U. S. Borrowers also will be provided
Department of Agriculture local continuing management aid to
offices for loans up to $2,500 to help them male a success of their
finance small family businesses, new businesses or farming enter-


prises. insurance Proposed To
A total of $35,000,000 is author-! Cover Nural Disasters
ized for the new credit program ,national
for the current fiscal year. TALLAHASSEE-A national in-
Some 3.5 million families in ru- surance-industry sponsored plan
ral areas, including 500,000 farm to provide insurance coverage for
families, will be eligible for the flood and related natural disaster
loans. Interest rate is 4 1/8 per victims has been presented to the
cent. IU. S. Senate by a representative of
To be eligible for the new rural State Treasurer-Insurance Commis-
credit program, an individual ap- sioner Broward Williams.
plicant must live in a rural area Eugene J. Gallagher, represent-
and have a low income that does ing Williams, met this week with
not cover basic family necessities. U. S. Senator Harrison Williams
The applicant must be unable to (N.J.), author of a Senate-passed
obtain credit from other sources,
including the regular loan program service under delegated authority
of the Farmers Home Administra- from the office of Economic Op-
tion. We must also show a reason- portunity.
able promise of succeeding in the Our local Farmers Home Admin-
enterprise to be financed by the istration County Supervisor is
loan. Wallace McCormick, Box 591,
The Farmers Home Administra- Quincy, Florida. His telephone
tion will administer the new loan number is 627-6324.


bill authorizing a Housing and THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1965
Home Finance Administration


study on the same subject.
Commissioner Williams serves as
Chairman of the National Associ-
ation of Insurance Commissioners
Flood Insurance Committee.
Attending the conference with
Gallagher were Committee Co-
chairman Charles R. Howell, Com-
missioner of Insurance from New
Jersey; Thomas J. Finley, Jr.,
Philadelphia, Chairman of the Na-
tional Industry Flood Insurance
f1i-____++..2 ."-I (l ()+i.' 1Z1---


Committee, anu C.
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Senator Williams
results of a two-year
of ways and means
quate insurance cov
and related natural
tims will be placed
tional Association
Commissioners at
meeting in June.


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Legal Notices
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that we
intend to file the following ficti-
tious name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Gulf County, Floro-
ida: Community Grocery, 509 Mad-
ison Street.
W. KENNETH SWAN 4t
DOROTHY SWAN 1-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,


tiuus naver, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
was told that OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
industry study GULF COUNTY, IN CHAN-
CERY.
to provide ade- WALTER ROWE,
erage for flood Plaintiff.
.1 disaster vic- vs.
before the Na- CLOTEA FOWLER ROWE,
S Defendant.
of Insurance DIVORCE
a New York NOTICE TO: CLOTEA FOWLER
ROWE, whose place of residence
is Route 1, Box 88, Sylvester, Geor-
gia.
On or before the 1st day of
March, A. D. 1965, the defendant,
Clotea Fowler Rowe, is required to
serve upon Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St.
S Joe, Florida, a copy of and file
@ with the Clerk of said Court, the
.;, original of an answer to the Bill
of Complaint filed against her
herein.
-p WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 14th day
of January, A. D. 1965.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
1-21 Clerk Circuit Court. 4t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
In Re:' Adoption of
FRANKLIN EBNETER, III
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
FRANKLIN EBNETER, JR.,
whose last known address is 201
Grand Street, Walden, New York:
You are hereby notified that a
^ petition has been filed in said
Court by James Earl Young and
Doris Young, praying for adoption
of the minor child, Franklin Eb-
neter, III, and you are hereby re-
quired to be and appear in said
Court on Friday, March 5, 1965,
and to show cause, if you can, why
said petition should not be granted.
This order to be published for
four consecutive weeks in The
Star, a newspaper published in
Gulf County, Florida.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal this 14th day of January,
A. D. 1965.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25


BID NO. 24
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive Sealed Bids in the City
Clerk's Office, City Hall, Port St.
Joe, Florida until 5:00 p.m., EST,
Tuesday, March- 2, 1965 for the
sale of one (1) used 1958 Ford
Truck with Garwood Packer there-
on. This vehicle may be inspected
at the City's Warehouse.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received. 2t-2 4
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk

BID NO. 23
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive Sealed Bids in the City
Clerk's Office, City Hall, Port St.
Joe, Florida until 5:00 p.m., BST,
Tuesday. March 2, 1965 for:
Item 1.
1. Gasoline, regular
2. Gasoline, Hi-Test.
3. Oil, (Cases of 24/1 quart
containers).
4. Other related products.
These products to be used in
City Vehicles during the year 1965.
Tanks, Pumps and Air Compres-
sor to be furnished b successful
bidder.
Item 2.
1. No. 2 Fuel Oil or Natural
Gas to be used in Municipal
Hospital for the year 1965.
Prices to be on a BTU con-
tent.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received. 2t-2-4
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk.


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DONATIONS ACCEPTED FOR
BENEFIT RETARDED CHILDREN
For the benefit of the Florida
Association for Retarded Children,
three fifteen dollar permanents
will be given by Helene's Beauty
Salon, according to Helene., Dona-
tions are being received at Hel-
ene's, Buzzett's Drug Store or
Campbell's Drugs.
Donations are 35 cents per ticket
or three tickets for a dollar dona-
tion. Permanents will be award-
ed February 21 at an open house
at Helene's Beauty Salon.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1965


Annual Dinner Meeting of Historical

Society Held At Motel St.Joe Thursday-


\ The fifth annual dinner meeting
of the St. Joseph Hostorical So
city was held at the Motel St. Joe
dining room on Thursday, Febru

The retiring president, Charles
S-- B. Smith presided during the din-
ol yner meeting. The president briefly
reviewed the projects and accom-
plishments of the Society for the
year 1964. During the review ,the
president cited several members
of the Society for outstanding ef-
*r YQur physician prescribes ex- forts on various projects.
,. actly what you need to improve The guest speaker for the din-
your health ... and then your ner meeting, Dr. Hale G. Smith,
pharmacist compounds the pre. head of the School of Anthropology
scriptionwith absolute accuracy. and Archeology at Florida State
'In addition to this precision University, was introduced by Jesse
in carrying out the. doctor's V. Stone.
orders, your Rexall pharmacist Dr. Smith emphasized during his
offers you prompt, friendly, per- I address that Florida had more pre-
sonalized service every time. historic Indian sites within its
Bring the next prescription boundaries than any other state
ring the next prescription with the exception of the San Fran-
your doctor gives you to cisco Bay area and of the pressing
Need for their location and preser-
TYOUR vation of artifacts acquired from
the sites. Many of these sites are
Le f being destroyed each year by new
road construction and improper
diggings by persons unqualified for
this scientific task. Dr. Smith also
detailed his plans for the scientific
excavation of the Spanish site on
Buzzelt's. Drug Store i St. Joseph Peninsula #s su er
. provided' unds are made available
SDrive n, ,,ind Sev,.pr this purpose. One highlight of
U "17 Wi|liamfAvey". P r. Sp ith's program was the show-
ing of color slides of, a sirfiira' ex-
Free Parking cavation that he and his graduate
students performed last summer on
the Second Pensacola site, 1722-
1754, located on Santa Rosa Island
Escapee Captured and referred to as Santa-Rosa, Pen-
Sk sacola.
Here Lost W eek The color slides in addition to
f showing interesting artifacts ob-
Roosevelt Nettles, 44, was ar- trained during the excavation gave
rested here Monday after almost some insight into the meticulous
10 years freedom from Kilby Prison techniques and methods employed
near Montgomery, Ala., where he by the professional archeologists.
escaped in 1955 while serving a life Dr. Smith stated that if he ex-
sentence for murder, cavates the St. Joseph Peninsula
Nettles, a Negro, .offered no re Spanish site this summer he will
distance to arresting 'officers as offer a college level course in
they took him from a construction archeology to the Port St. Joe area
site at a school project. He told if a minimum of sixteen interested
them I knew you would catch me persons will enroll for the course.
sooner or later. The St. Joseph Historical Society
Florida Highway Patrolman K. voted to sponsor this project in
E. Murphy, one of the arresting conjunction with the local school
officers, said a routine check of system.
fingerprints led to Nettles' arrest. Earlier in the day Dr. Smith
He was charged by Trooper C. N. conducted a tour of two aboriginal
White of Apalachicola with a traf- sites located in Gulf County by
fic offense almost two months ago Jesse V. Stone and Charles B.
in Apalachicola and routine finger- Smith. He was also shown Indian
prints were taken. Murphy said the artifacts from this area from the
report came back Monday that Ala- personal collections of Charles B.
bama officials wanted the man for Smith, George M., Anchors and
the murder charge. Rankin Morris. Several of these
Nettles told arresting officers he artifacts were taken to Florida
was found guilty of killing his State University for further study
cousin's.wife. He said he did not and classification by Dr. Smith and
mean to kill her that he was his associate, Dr. David Sutton
trying to kill his wife and the bul- Phelps. Dr. Smith was also shown
let went astray. an ancient crucifix belonging to
Nettles also told them the past Mrs. Ned S. Porter and an old
10 years have been "nervous" ones. watch and sextant from the col-
He served four years of his life election of Joe Ferrell.
sentence before his escape. The retiring president installed
H 'is being 'held in the Gulf the following new officers: Presi-
County jail for Alabama authori- dent, Mrs. Charles A. Brown; Vice-
ties. I I President, Mrs. R. H. Brinson; Proj-
Assisting in the arrest, other ect Chairman, Mrs. Ned S. Porter;
than Murphy, were Deputy. Wayne Recording Secretary, Charles B.
White, Police Chief Buck Griffin, Smith; Corresponding Secretary,
Patrolman M ,A. Kelley and Ralph Mrs. Tom Alsobrook; Treasurer
Simmons.


Low Rent Housing

Explained to Rotary


Benefit Show Set

For 'February 15


-- .. Helene's Beauty Salon, which is
Bud Ware of Graceville, director a member of Aff. No. 6, National
of the Northwest Florida Regional Hairdressers and Cosmetologists
Housing Authority told the Rotary Association, Panama City, will have
Club of the low rent housing pro- a benefit show which will be spon-
jects being built in several com- scored by the Gulf County Chamber
munities in Northwest Florida. of Commerce on February 15th at
Ware said the projects provide 7:30 P. M., E.S.T., at the Port St.
adequate housing for low-income Joe Elementary School.
citizens, basing their size apart- The public is invited for the
meant on the size of the family and NBSW 1st annual benefit show,
the amount of rent based on the Many local talents will partici-
earning power of the family. Ware pate in the program. All donations
said the size of the apartment has from 25c on up will go to the
no bearing on the amount of rent needy students of Highland View,
charged. St. Joe Elementary and St. Joe
The Authority now has 292 hous- High School.
ing units in a dozen different Dontions may be sent to:
towns. The units are put up by lo- Port St. Joe NBSW Fund
cal housing 'authorities securing c/o Mr. Ted Cannon Treas.
loans similar to FHA loans. The Florida National Bank,
units pay fees to local government Port St. Joe, Fla.
annually in lieu of taxes. National Beauty Salon Week
Ware stressed that the housing was created by NHICA fifteen
is for poor folk, not trash. "Prob- years ago to let the public know
lem people can't stay", he said. about the importance of profes-
Periodical inspections are made of sional beauty care and the gieat
the,premises to see that they are contributions cosmetologists make
kept clean and that the occupants to the progress and welfare of our
are making good neighbors; country.
Guests of the club were Bob On the national and state levels,
Webb of Palatka, Rev. J. C. Odum a full scale campaign is being con-
of Port St. Joe, Ronnie Wingate of ducted for this purpose. In your
Jacksonville and high school stu- own community, the program is
dents, Jerry Branch and Ted Whit- being directed by 'your local af-
** ^ jii iiil~~il i si n~ii i itltii~lill lf im f! f ?tf ii~iti itiiti il iiiliii!


and Photographer, William H. How-
ell, Jr., and Communications Com-m
mittee 1Mrs RBernard A. Pridgeon.


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naptistWMUo Studiuesay'Mrs. DuBose Installed
Baptist WMU Muaies d a
i B I (Continued From Page 4)
Sthe incoming Worthy Patron in
Members of the First Baptist appreciation of all past and "fu- AIC and Mrs. R. F. Donnelly of
yl.ee.t. day,.ebruary.al tue" favors ... Sei[nre,W ash., are announcing %he
the church at 10:00 a.m. for a study I Before cloJing the meeting Mrs. birth ,f a son on January 8. Mr's.
. .4. 4 n'nne Mission book "Winds DuBose presented -gifts to the In- Donnelly will be remembered as
o-'Change"'" stalling Officers,' the Pages and the former Carolyn Smith.
The devotonal. taken from John the Soloists, expressing her appre-


Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Saunders of
2101 Long Avenue are announcing
the birth of a daughter, Candace
Jacquelin, on February 2. The
young lady weighed seven pounds,
eight and one half nunces.


Sharks Beat Bay '
(Continued From Page 1)
for the Sharks. He was out with flu
Friday of last week when St. Joe
,eWn, ov.er.-lue -Springs. Al9s mal
'Versii fhfipped. in 16 pdtiis N nd
took game rebounding honors with
-12.
Jake Belin also. broke into the
double digits for the Sharks with
15 points.
Sonny Elmore was leading scor-
ed for Bay High and had his best
night in four outings by cracking
the nets for 17 points.
It was on the backboards that
the Sharks pulled off another su-
perior margin by chalking up 43
recoveries to the Tornadoes' 34.
The triumph upped St. Joe's
record to a lofty 19-2 level. Bay
High is now 18-8.
St. Joe fg ft tp Bay fg ft fp
Belin 7 1 15 Broom 3 4 10
Versiga 8 0 16 Cooper 2 3 7
Weston 1 6 8 Cheek' 30 6
Craig ,5 7 17 Elmore 7 3 17
Cathy 40 8 Ovca 30. 6
Ma'mber 0 2 2 Whiteh't 0 2. 2
Young 1 1 3
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe __2_ 12 12 23-69
Bay 4 9 10 15-48

Mr. and Mrs. John Blount left
last Thursday for Tampa, where
they will attend the State Fair, and
Lakeland to visit their daughters
and families, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Howell.


IWO ew W iuto m another ofroofice of Dean Therman ryant, A cordial welcome awaits you from LI
1 1 .7 altl.retR'ed to another. show that 69 students have an out-
The Port .St., Joe Kiwanis Club they enjoyed a film strip on our standing record. Tiere are 11 stu- the local merchants and civic
inducted two new members at its Home Mission work in the States. dents on the Dean's First Lists organizations of Port St. Joe.
meeting Tuesday. Jim Cooper of The meeting was closed with which means that these students
Cooper Motor Co., and Bill Finlay prayer by Mrs. C. Byron Smith. ve ined a Brought to. you by our local hostess
of the SJPC Container Division --- have attained a 3.0 average or a
were'taken n as members. MELODY REBEKAH LODGE straight "A"' record. The Dean's If you are a newcomer, please call
GUests of the club Tuesday were TO MEET MONDAY, FEB. 15 Seqond List is composed of 58 stu-
Guests of the club Tuesday were ... dents who had a 2.2 2.9 average. MRS. ANNE JOINES
Key Club members Dennis Dawson Club 22 of Melody Rebekah Lodge Appearing on the Dean's Second
and Ricky Thursbay and Keyette of Port St. Joe will hold their List was Mrs. Jadine Ellis of Port 1002 Garrison Avenue Phone 229-1686 ,
members, Ima Jean Allen and Lin- monthly meeting at Mrs. Ruth Mc- St. Joe.
da Cox. Cormick's home on Monday, Feb.
On the program for the day was 15. The members are 'planning toe
Superintendent of Public Instruc- work on the President's Project for
tion Marion Craig. the coming assembly in May. All
Craig spoke to the club of plans members are invited to attend.
for the school system for the comn _
ing year. Craig said some of the PORT ST. JOE STUDENTS ON
plans will be hard to fit into the DEAN'S LIST AT G. C. J. C.
school program and that every ci-
tizen will be asked to cooperate Among the 123 students announc-
with the Board in providing a first ed as having been placed on the
class school system for the students I)ean's List for Gulf Coast Junior
of Gulf County. College for the fall semester were
.- several other students from Port
GARDEN CLUB MEETS TODAY St. Joe beside those previously an- FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel-, WANTED TOO BUY: Good used
WITH MRS. TOM ALSOBROOK nounced in The Star. In order to house located in the loveliest ling at Oak Grove. Citizens' Fed-' furniture. Call us for highest
be placed on the honor roll it is section of the city. 1800 sq. ft. of eral Savings and Loan Association, prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
The Port St. Joe Garden Club necessary for a student to attain living area. Three large bedrooms, ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfc
will meet today in the home of a 3:00 or more quality point aver- dining room, Florida room, two FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame
Mrs. Tom Alsobrook at St. Joe age. Included on the recently an- bathrooms, large kitchen. Wall to house. Easy terms. See Cecil G. PERSON WANTED to supply Raw-
Beach at 2 o'clock. Co-hostess will nunced honor roll were Miss wall carpeting and ceiling to floor Costin, Jr. tfc-2-11 leigh products to consumers in
Beach at 2 o'clock. Co-hostess will nounced honor roll were Miss drapes in living room. Central air Gulf County or Port St. Joe. oGod
be Mrs. Hubert Brouillette. Rochelle Sue Durant (who is pres- conditioning and heating system, FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom time to start. Write Rawleigh FA-
Everyone interested 'in Garden gently attending F. S. U. in Talla- built in oven and range, 13.5 cu. ft. masonry home. Located on Mar- B 100 28, Memphis, Tenn. 2tp
Club activities is invited to at- tee n T HS. and Mrs freezer-refrigerator, garbage dis- vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5
tend.aivta- hassee), Leon T. Hobbs, and Mrs. posal unit, cedar lined closets. Dou- FLOOR SANDING and Finishin
Rose E. Ferrell, whose quality point ble carport with workshop and FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. 1508 inlaid linoleum, tile, hardwood
average was 3.69, and also Forrest utility roo attached. Lot 100' x Palm Blvd. Easy terms. Call 227- and terrazzo. All work guaranteed.
RETURNS TO MILITARY DUTY Van Camp. 200' completely landscaped. Price 8636 or 227-4311. tp Free Estimates. Port St. Joe Floor
AT ATSUGI, JAPAN Ellis James Stevens, Jr., who $26,6. George Small, 109 Alen Finishing Co., J. D. Call.
SJames Steve o Mmorial Way. FOR SALE: Large mobile homeT O SUL 2 a
Merl J. Seawright, AE2 Faire was mentioned last week as having lots at Mexico Beach on canal TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex-
Conron One (VQI), has just return- a 3.00 grade point average had in- :OR SALE: Property at White City Stop paying rent. Own your own. For appointment call Wewa 639-
ed to Atsugi, Japan, after attend- stead a 3.06 grade poi:.t average.1 Contact Grover Holland at Flor- Only $100 cash and $14.46 month. 2415, nt. L. Capps. pdewa -4-15
ing the funeral of his grandfather, ida National Bank for information. Less than rent. R. L. Fortner, at Capp. pd
ing the funeral of his grandfather, phone 648-3241. tfc-1-21 INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
Mr. J. L. Rentz. While home he Three Boys Involved O SALE: College campus trans- INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
visited with his mother, Mrs. J. 0. In Auto Accident portation for those who do not FOR RENT: New, 1 bedroom fur- tax work also. Bookkeeping ser-
SeaWright, and family. en have automobile parking permits. nished house with large porch. vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs.
Merl has served for the last two, Three teen age boys escaped in- $1963 Honda 50.' Like new condi: On St. Joe Beach. $55.00 month. C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. 11tc-1-14
years with the Air Reconnaissance ury Sunday afternoon when the ion Completely rebuilt this month. Call 48-3472. tfc-2-11
years with the Air Reconnaissane jury Sunday afternoon when the $295.00. Phone 227-4611 or see Bob FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished LOWER TAX RATES
Squadron, One Div., in Japan. light foreign car in which they Ellzey apartment with large e den, kit- Changes in deductions
we-- riding overturned when it ap a ta rge den, kit- Changes in deductions, You
.- "', were: riding overturned when it chen, automatic oil heat, water sdf- need help?
LOCAL GRADUATES JOIN failed to make a corner, HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 tender, washing machine. Lights and INCOME TAX SERVICE
PHI THETA KAPPA According to Trooper Ken Mur- bedrooms, 1% baths, carport, water furnished. Located at White J. D. Clark 1017 Long Ave.
Chain link fence, built-in kitchen, City. Call 227-7816. tfc-2-4 24 Years Experience
Phy, the car driven by William wall to wall carpeting, glass show-
Forrest Van Camp, Leon Hobbs Harry Smith was traveling West er doors in bath room, new gas FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
and Ellis Stevens, three df the'"64 on Highway 98 when Smith started heater. In excellent condition. ed first floor apartment. Phone MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
graduates of Port St. Joe High to turn into the Forrest Park Ceme- $1,000 down payment. 108 West- 227-7761. tfc-1-28 man is as near as your telephone.
School, have become members of tery Road. -The car was traveling cott Circle or call 229-3291. Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
Phi Theta Kappa, a National Hon- too fast to' make the curve and it FOR THE BEST PLACE to buy, private ent Furancshed room with ANCE AGENCY, across frong Disthe
orary Fraternity. Only forty people overturned once. sell, rent or trade see Elizabeth pn t2 ntrance and bat h ance ievingL e s te Dis.
out of 1,000 at Gulf Coast were !: Passengers, in the car were Jim. Thompson, Emerson Sweat, Real- Phone 227-4241. stance Moving. Free Estimates.
tapped for this honor. my Stafford and Billy Simmons. tor, Mtexico Bach Branch FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-officeI
S4545. tf-2-4 room house. Convenient to town Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
and school. Phone 78536. tfc-12-30 WOOD WORKS-Screen doors,
TUNE IN FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house di FOn- ENT picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
ing room, kitchen, Florida room FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- i t ret
living room, large utility room, on tage with large porch. Furnish- hsinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
SU N D A Y G 0 S L S N G 2 lots. In Highland View. Write ed. On St. Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone 6484223. fc-2-3
S UN I A P I PE L S N Rt. 1, Box 130, Wewahitchka, or Phone 648-3472. tfc-7-16 WILLIS v. ROWAN, POST 116,
phone 639-2420. C. B. Harbuck. 3p FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- THE AMERICAN LEGION, met.

"'The Best in Recorded Gospel Music' FOR SALE: Three bedroom house, ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone .g 8:00 pm rth Tue d
IHardwood floors.b i227-8642. tfc-12-17 mg 8:0 p. Ameran Le n


A-I FENCE CO.


EMORY STEPHENS
1308 McClelland Ave.

Buy Now
And
S A V E !


Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 227-3781

: ESTIMATES
FREE


appliances, built in heating system,
chain link fence. 2 years old. For
information ncall 227-8341. tfc-22
FOR SALE
Large two bedroom house on
Long Avenue near school. Only
$300 down plus closing cost. Total
selling price only $8500. FHA fi-
nanced.
Small two bedroom house on
Long Avenue only $6,000. FHA fi-
nanced.
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
Registered Real Estate Broker
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
rag content bond, .all sizes. On-
onskin, manuscript covers, carbon
paper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
Everything for the office. The Star,
227-3161. '


FOR SALE: 2 bedroom block house
on 4 acres of land. 211' highway
frontage. At White City. Call 229-
2756. W. C. Robinson. 2tc-2-11


FOR RENT: Business property on
Highway 98. With living quarters
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un-
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648-
3840. tfc-10-1


FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri-
vate bath. Living room and TV
room privilege. 528 Corner of 6th
Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp
GOOD USED TV's, Good selection.
From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra-
dio and TV. 228 Reid. Ave. Phone
227-4081. tfc 12-17
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford pick-up
truck. 20,500 miles on engine.
$400.00. Call 229-2226. tfc-1-28


FOR SALE: Youth bed, mattress
and child's chifforobe for $25.00.
Kenmore electric range. Call Bill
Sweazy at 227-8677. tfc-1-28


Home.
for all popular machines. $1.00
'he Star. Phone 227-3161.
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, RA.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary


THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.



BILL J. RICH, W. M.
H. L. BLURGE, Secretary
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
further information or write P. 0.
Box 535.


Sr. 3:16 and a welcomee was given by ciatidn of their help in making the
The installation of officers com- Mh. C. Byron Smith., evening a success.
Additional special music for the
pleted the chair was given to the Mission Study chairman, Mrs. occasion included a violin selection
new president, Mrs. Charles A. Smith, With the assistance of Mrs. "How Great Thou Art" by Mrs.
Brown, who outlined her program Ashley Costin and other members Ruth Ramsey, accompanied by Mrs.
for this year. Twenty-two members brought a most interesting and en- Meriwether.
and guests attended the meeting lightening program on missions in Distinguished guests introduced
and seafood dinner. our own United States. at the gathering were: Mrs. Corene
SRepresenting missionaries in the Dykes, Past Grand Esther, Panama
Dental Servie s Now variouparts of the States were City; Mrs. Velma Willis, Grand In-
Mrs. W. Cox, Mrs. W Nic- structor District 3, Panama City;
Available for Veterans 'ols, Mrs. W. c. Pridgeon, Mrs. E. Mrs. Eula Dickey, Grand Represen-
C. Cason and Mrs. W. S,.Smith. tative to Wyoming, Port St. Joe;
St. Petersburg-M. T. Dixon of One. of the barriers in working and Mrs. Effie White, Member of
the Florida Department of Veter- among the immigrants from other Grand Chapter Library Committee,
ans Affairs, announced today that countries is the language barrier. Panama City.
liberalization of provision of fur- This must be mastered and broken Among the out-of-town guests
fishing dental services to veterans down before an effective witness- were: Mrs. Emmie Bateman and
is now for application. ing for Christ can be done. Mrs. Frances Meriwether of Wewa-
The law now provides out pa- At.12:30 a covered dish lunch hitchka; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
tient dental treatment for service- was enjoyed by 27 ladies in at- Marbury of Panama City Beach;
connected dental conditions shown tendance: Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Dykes, Mr. and
to have been in existence at the o Mesdames C. Byron Smith, Ash- Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mrs. Floie White-
time of discharge from service if ly Costin, Emory Stephens, Albert hurst, Mrs. Claudia Pledger, Mrs.
the claim for treatment is filed Blackburn, Dessie Lee Parker, L. Velma Willis, Mrs. Effie White,
within one year after discharge. W. Cox, W. Ramsey, Robert Mer. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Melvin and
Dixon urges veterans in this ritt, W. C. Goodson, Emmette Dan- Mrs. Bernice Brock of Panama
category to contact their local Vet- i Ralph Macomber, J. D. Spears, City.
eran County Service Officer, or W. Carden, W. C. Pridgeon, Bill The evening ended with a recep-
write to him at P. 0. Box 1437, St. Parker, W. S. Smith, Robert Whit- tion and refreshments served by
Petersburg. tie, W. J. Daughtry, John Ford, the Refreshment Committee.
eesbr. Wayne Lighthill, Henry Ayers, ______ __
Mil ,ton Chain, W. 0. Nichols, W. CLARKE COLLEGE DEAN'S LIST
'Kiwanis Cl 'Inducts a G.o- arsh The scholastic honor lists of
a" t ay an OGeorge arrish.ar
-- Af' e.oyin a-deliciu arke. College released from the
TwIIA, 'N. atuy r Afp ter enjoying a-delcous mea1t._,,.._ .


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LOCAL YOUTH ON DEAN'S
LIST AT FLORIDA STATE
TALLAHASSEE The Dean's
List, containing the names of honor
students for the fall trimester, was
announced by Florida State Uni-
versity today.
To make the Dean's List stu-
dents must have been undergrad-
uates carrying 12 or more semester
hours and having a grade point
average of 3.0 (B) or higher in
most divisions (3.25 in the College
of Arts and Sciences and School of
Engineering Science and 3.5 in the
School of Nursing).
Students on the Dean's List in-
cluded: Bob Richard Antley,, Ken-
neth E. Dykes, Coleman W. Tharpe,
Jr., and Michaele A. Thompson, all
of Port St. Joe.


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