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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 25, 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-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,ITHURD, FEBRUARY 2, I76


TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR


"SWEETHEARTS" COLLECT MONEY FOR HEART FUND


These three lovely young ladies were part of
a corps of workers manning roadblocks in Port
St. Joe last Saturday, collecting donations for the
Heart Fund. The young ladies and their partners
are members of the Keyettes, which was assuming
the project of collecting for the Heart Fund Sat-


urday.
The road bl
the fund.
Shown abo
Dockery, Carol


Municipal Hospital i


Official Accreditatic


ock collected $158.00 Saturday for

ve, left to right, are, Evelyn
Alligood and Betty Hammond.
--Star photo



Receives


)n Notice


The Port St. Joe Municipal Hos- standards.
pital was officially notified late last The standards mean that a hos- 'Elmer Miller Ward
week that the facility had been ap- pital must be properly organized, M" i ....
proved for acceditatipn by the staffed and equipped arid that its | Taken By Dedth
Joint Commission on Accreditation activities are conducted primarily "
of Hospitals. A survey of the Port for the welfare of the patient. Elmer Miller Ward, age 95, 1609
St. Joe Hospital had been conducted Other accredited hospital in this Marvin Avenue died last Thursday
about a month ago. area are: Baptist, Escambia Gen- afternoon at the residence of his
Accreditation of the Municipal eral and Sacred Heart in Pensa- son, Ralph Ward, following a leng-
Hospital, among other things, as- cola; Bay Memorial in Panama thy illness. He had lived here for
sures patients of the hospital that City; Jackson County Hospital in the past five years.
the services and care offered lo- Marianna; Tallahassee Memorial, Mr. Ward was a retired farmer,
cally are of a standard that is rec- W. T. Edwards Tuberculosis and formerly of St. Louis, Mich.
ommended by this national associ- Florida A & M University Hospital He is survived by a son, Ralph
ation of hospital operation guide- in Tallahassee. W. Ward of Port St. Joe; a daugh-
lines., Accreditation assures the ter, Mrs. Warren Giles of Diamon-
people of Port St. Joe that the lo- dale, Mich.; a brother, Homer J.
cal hospital offers competent and Hears Ward of Odom, Ind.; four grand-
effective hospital services. CommissionH IWas children and 16 great grandchil-
Accreditation isn't something WtlAL ea h D a dren.
that one buys or gets through a W atershedU eport The body was flown to St. Louis,
"rubber stamp" procedure, accord- Michigan Friday where funeral
in to the Municipal Hospital Ad- The Gulf County Commission services were held on Tuesday of
ministrator, Miss Minerve McLane. met for their regular semi-monthly this week.
A very thorough inspection was meeting Tuesday night in Wewa-
made of the local facilities and hitchka and took up several items .
services by a team of experts on a of business._ --
surprise visit and the service is First on the docket was a report _
evaluated with a very strict yard- from the Wetapo Creek Watershed
stick. The Port St. Joe hospital project from area conservationists ri
is one of the smallest hospitals in Wiley Garrett of Blountstown and
Florida to receive the. accreditation John Barnes of Marianna. ., S
rating. Barnes, who acted as spokesman 1
The accreditation status remains said that nothing has been done on I
in effect for a period of one year the project because Gulf County,
'at which time the hospital must has no legislation on the books
be inspected again in order to re- enabling the county to levy taxes i
tain its accreditation status. to cover half the cost of the oper-
Standards for hospital accredita- ation. The Federal Government will _
tion have evolved from years of finance the other half. 1
experience and observation of The Wetapo Watershed was in- 5
those hospital practices which have augurated for study several years
proved consistent with high quality ago for the purpose of draining
patient care. To accredit and rec- the surround woodlands to the
ommend a hospital to the public, creek.
the Commission considers its es- The Board informed the conser-
sential that the hospital meet these vationists that they would not fa-
vor taxing anyone for the water-.
shed activities except those involv-
Chamber Will Open ed, and the largest landholder was-
n't interested in paying for the' ,
Office; Hire Secretary project. The Board stated that for
I this reason, they hadn't pursued
t St Jnr Gf Tn.,ifC (ntv


c run, O uU-LJ Qthe project.
Chamber of..Commerce Board of ,Chair'Mi YicDaniell-'agreed to
Directors met. Monday.afternoon to ccmsult the landowners- again and
take care of several items ofbusi- determine their wishes on the pro-
ness. *j. j t
Anter discussion it was decided jc .. -:
that the Chamber would secure Resolutions Presented
permanent quarters and employ The Cities of Port St. Joe and
the services of a full time secre- Wewahitchka presented their reso-
tary. lutions requesting secondary road
These are two items that Presi- paving in the current and upcom-
dent W. C. Roche outlined as items ing year. The Board will present.


he would like to accomplish dur-
ing his term of office.
Announcement of the opening
of the office will be made during
the next few days.


these requests to the State Road.
Department next Tuesday.
I. C. Nedley .and City Clerk J. B.
Williams presented Port St. Joe's
(Continued On Page 10)


1.


Sharks Enter Group

Tourney Tomorrow
The Port St. Joe Sharks take
their first step to the state tour-
nament tomorrow night in the
Group Tournament to be held in
Blountstown.
The Sharks will meet the Ti-
gers from Slountstown in their
opener. The local five has hand-
led Blountstown easily this year,
except for the Conference Tour-
nament, when the Tigers pulled
a stall maneuver and the Sharks
squeaked out of this game with
a one point margin.
Getting by BlOuntstown Fri-
day night, will probably. place
the Sharks? against Chattahoo-
chee on Saturday night. The Yel-
low Jackets have a fine .season
record also, having only one loss
for the season.
Tournament game times to-
morrow night are 7:30 and 9:00
p.m., EST, with the Sharks sche-
duled to play at 9:00 p.m.
The championship game will
be at 8:30 p.m., EST, Saturday.
Admission for both nights will
be $1.00 for adults and 50c for
students.


PTA Groups To Meet
In Joint Session Tonight


The Port St. Joe High School approximately 12 mills to make up
and Elementary School PTA will for the lost revenue alone.
hold a joint meeting in the High *
School Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., At a meeting of the County
Thursday, February 25. Commission Tuesday night of
For the past year, PTA programs this week, the Board set up a
l-ave been pointed towards quality public meeting with Tapper to
education and accreditation. Sev- discuss his suggestion.
eral speakers well qualified in both The meeting will be held a
quality education and accredita- week from tonight in the Port
tion' have given their ideas and St. Joe City Hall at 7:30 p.m.
have presented a picture of "Why *
we need Quality Education", and Tapper, in his letters calls atten-
'Why we should not lose accredi- tion to the coming necessity of
station They have also drawn comn- raising money for a new courthouse
prisons with other counties thru-' and a need for money for school
out the state and where the level construction. He recommends that
of education -v higher, showed the county aO'd.school board get
how it was being paid for. themselves ;in,,a 'position to float
The program being presented bonds 'against the race track
tonight will include Marion Craig, money, should it threaten to dis-
i Gulf County School Superinten- appear from county funds through
dent, Joe Ferrell, Eldridge Money, an act of the Legislature. He point-
i William Rich and Kenneth Whit- ed out that the present income
field, School Board members. The could be bonded and the State
superintendent will address the as- would be obligated to pay off the
sembly and after his talk a panel indebtedness from this source,
type question and answer meeting even if the present method of dis-
will be in effect. Quality education tribution is changed.
and accreditation will be the topic The .Senator pointed out in his
fur discussion. letter that if the present popular
Interest in the educational devel- method of distribution of race
opment of the students should dic- track funds is adopted, Gulf County
tate the need for each parent to be will receive in the neighborhood
present at this meeting. There are of $30,000 each year in place of
problems in the county school sys- the present $233,000. Gulf will be
tem that need the support of every faced with the responsibility of
citizen- replacing this source of income
Refreshments will be served at. with local taxes in addition to
the conclusion of the meeting. needed revenues to go for added
school facilities and the new court-


Sheila Thornton Crowned Queen
Mrs. Helene Ferris, left is shown above crowning Miss Sheila
Thornton, queen at a talent show held last Monday night at the Port
St. Joe Elementary School. The show was held to raise funds for
the retarded children's home serving Northwest Florida. The pro-
ject was undertaken by the National Hairdressers and Cosmetoli-
gists Association of which Mrs. Ferris is a local member. Looking
on is Mrs. Maggie Boatwright, president of Affiliate Number 6,
NCHA.


house.
Tapper's letter didn't advocate
going ahead with bond issues
against the revenue source at this
time, but was suggesting that the
county get in position to tie up
the fund should its loss become im-
minent.

Funeral Services Held for
Infant Sterling Wingate
Sterling Preston Wingate, Jr.,
one day old infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sterling Preston Wingate, Sr.,
passed away Monday morning.
He is survived by his parents
and three sisters, Phyllis, Cynthia,
and Paula; grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Wood of White City.
Graveside services were held
Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. with Rev.
Sam Franklin, pastor of the Pen-
tecostal Holiness Church of Bris-
tol, conducting the services.
Burial was in the Traveller's
Rest Cemetery at Clarksville. :
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of. arrangements.:

LOCAL COUPLE BRING HOME
WALTON HORSE SHOW HONORS
Mr. and Mrs. David Rich attend-
ed the Walton County Charity
Horse Show in Defuniak Springs
this past week end.
Mrs. Rich brought back three
ribbons and David brought back
one first place trophy and two
other ribbons.
The events they rode in were
the barrel race, stake race and key
hole race.


Offers Plan for Race
Track Money Use

State Senator George G. Tapper
this past week-end wrote letters
to the Gulf County Commission and
the Gulf County School Board,
suggesting that these two Boards
entertain the idea of having local
legislation passed enabling the
County to levy bonds against the
county's portion of the State Race
Track funds.
Topper pointed out in his letter
that the counties face the loss of
the race track monies in the next
session of the Legislature with the
sure-fire re-apportionment process
that faces the State Government.
At present, the County is receiv-
ing some $233,000 a year from this
source, which is divided equally by
the County and School Board gov-
ernments. With the threatened
elimination of this fund. by re-
apportionment (which would give
the populous counties in which the
money originattes the power to
vote against the practice of divid-
ing it equally with other counties)
Gulf County would have to levy


Revival Services At
Highland View Church

Revival services are in progress
at the Highland View Church of
God this week, according to the
pastor, Rev. W. G. Mizell.
Services are being conducted
each night at 7:30 p.m. with the
Rev. Asa Williams, as the evange-
list. Rev. Williams is a dynamic
speaker and you are invited to at-
tend these services and share in
the blessings of the revival.
Special singing is on the pro-
gram each night by the evangelist
and local gospel singers.

Mrs. George Cooper returned
home last Sunday after attending
funeral services for her brother-in-
law, Mr. Ernest Stalling, in Mobile,
Ala.


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


I PER

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NUMBER 24


Tapper Suggests Bonding



For Courthouse and Schools


To Preach Revival
Rev. Gene Watterson, pastor of
'the First Baptist Church in
Crestview will begin preaching
a series of revival services at
the First Baptist Church here
in Port St. Joe beginning Sun-
day, February 28. The services
will continue through March 2.
An early morning service will
be held at 7:00 a.m. Monday
through Saturday with the reg-
ular night services at 7:30 p.m.
The nursery will be open for
all services and Pastor C. Byron
Smith offers an Invitation to all
to attend.


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800 NOW SIGNED UP IN CITY DRIVE

TO RE-REGISTER ALL ELIGIBLE VOTERS
Dick Lamberson is shown above doing what every person of
voting eligibility in the City of Port St. Joe, needs to do-register-
ing to vote in City elections.
Lamberson (right) is shown signing his registration form while
W. D. Dare, city registration clerk, fills out his identification card.
The City is currently conducting a re-registration campaign to
set up a new set of registered voters. The old list of voters was
thrown out the first of February. The new registration lists being
made up are perpetual lists and provide for periodic purging with-
out the necessity of re-doing the complete roll.
As of yesterday afternoon, 800 had registered to vote in the
City. City Auditor and Clerk, J. B. Williams, estimates that between
1800 and 2,000 are eligible to register to vote in Port St. Joe.


Lions Club Observes Red Cross Organizes
Tenth Anniversary For Annual Fund Drive
The Port St. Joe Lions Club ob- The Gulf County Chapter of the
served its tenth anniversary Mon- Americafi"Red' Cross is engaged in
day at its regular luncheon meet- an active campaign to bring new
ing. vitality into its organization.
The local club was formed in Sit
1955 by a cooperative effort of the thSuated as Gulf County is on
Panama City and Lynn Haven the edge of the Gulf we have not
clubs. Three of the original charter only the usual hazards of hurri-
members remain on the rolls, Leon- canes, tornadoes, high winds and
ard Belin, John Kramer and Otho rising water, but we are also vul-
Whittle. nerable to man made catastrophes
As an added attraction to the such as explosion and attack by
anniversary celebration, members forces in the Gulf.
of the sponsoring clubs were in at- There are a good number of
tendance at the Monday meeting. Gulf County youth in the armed
International Counsellor, Alton services, and the Red Cross is of-
Boyd presented special recognition ten of aid in keeping families in
pins to several of the local mem- contact when necessary.
bers for special accomplishments.
One year perfect attendance pins The close association of the Red
were presented to Lions Lawrence Cross and the Civil Defense pro-
Brown, James Bray, Bob Faliski, gram provides opportunity for the
Grover Holland, Robert Nedley Red Cross, through their facilities,
and Bernard Pridgeon. Two year to aid in the training of home
pins were presented to, John How- nursing, first aid, water safety and
ard and Harry Tison. A three year training in swimming, as well as
pin was presented to Charles Nor- home protection.
ton. The Gulf County Chapter will
As a special anniversary address, start its drive March 8, for this
(Continued On Page 10) year's program. The Red Cross pro-
gram is one of the few organiza-
tions that allows the local chapter
to administer its local program
through those who work as volun-
teers.
John Hanson of Vitro Services
has volunteered as Chapter Chair-
Sman and Fead Ethridge as Cam-
paign Chairman.
The goal for this year's drive has
been set at $3,500. This high goal
is necessary because of bills still
S' unpaid from last year's hurricane.










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1965 BROADER ENLISTMENT
POLICIES ANNOUNCED
S* Broader enlistment policies de-
f a t signed to give young men a greater
l Cancer o -ie y opportunity to join the Air Force
were announced today by MSgt. H.
l1 1m r 1ik ;j i fr lta L. McCoy, local Air Force recruiter.


Monday, February 15, the Gulf port on the money raised by the va-
S '... ,. ^ Am..., C.a,,n- rious chairmen in the 1964 Cru-


County unit of te Ameicu'na -.
cer Society held a meeting to dis-
cuss plans for the 1965 ,Crusade
with C. B. Curry, chairman, pre-
siding. The following were pres-
ent: C. B. Curry, Mrs. Edna Row-
ell, Mr's. Betty Fenson, Wesley
Ramsey, Walter. Dodson, Mrs. Mon-
ica1 Stone, Mrs. Katherine Ivey, R.
V. Vervaeke, Roy Gibson, Mrs.
Margaret Thomason.
On February 13, Mr.'Curry, chair-
man, -and Mrs. Katherine Ivey,
Public Education chairman, attend-
ed a Public Education conference
in Panama City. Work shops were
conducted at this meeting on the
OnnnrtR ViptvU'csi fiva r'hase -ublicC


sade so the goals could be set for
1965.
Business and Professional, $808;
House-to-House, Port St. Joe,
$813.15__- House-to-House, Wewa-
hitchka, $328.71; Road Block, Key
Club, 1195.99; Majorettes, $107.05;
Ministerial (Colored), $115.42; Me-
morials, $39.50; Special Event,
High School basketball game,
$42.97; Total, $2,450.79.
The Gulf County quota for 1965
is $2,500. Crusade chairman, Mr.
Vervaeke, reported that goals
would be set for each chairman.
Mr. Curry reported that the
kick-off date for the Crusade will


education program. Mrs. Ivey will7be Monday, March 29. Mrs. Edna
contact Mrs. Rowell for additional Rowell will arrange for a speaker
posters. for the Bay County and Gulf Coun-
Mr. Dodson gave a detailed re- ty meetings.
Mrs. Betty Fenson reported there
will be a coffee and: cake kick-off
Legal Notices meeting for those' assisting in the
house-to-house campaign. Mr. Ver-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF vaeke announced that Michigan
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI. Chemical Corporation will furnish
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY. the refreshments for this meeting.
In Re: Adoption of -Two films entitled "Sense in the
FRANKLIN EBNETER, III Sun" and "Life Story" have been
THE STATE BNETOF FLORIDA TO received, and will be shown to va-
whose last known address is 201 rious groups in industries and
Grand Street, Walden, New York: clubs. Mrs. Catherine Ivey will also
You are hereby notified that a have several ,films available to
petition has -been filed in said
Court by James Earl Young and show to high school groups, etc.
Doris Young, praying for adoption Wesley Ramsay, Publicity chair-
of the minor child, Franklin Eb- man, stated that a series of articles
neter; III, and you are hereby re- on cancer will be printed in The
court on Friday, March 5in 1965, Star prior to and during the Cru-
and to show cause, if you can, why sade.
said petition should not be granted. Roy Gibson, Industry and Busi-
This order to be published for ness chairman, will enlist help in
four consecutive weeks in The conducting his campaign.
Star, a newspaper published in T 1 A Cnf
Gulf County, Florida. The 1965'Area Crusade Confer-
WITNESS my hand and official ence will be held.today, February
seal this 14th day of January, 25, in Tallahassee. and six indicat-
A. D., 1965. rCu ed 'they would attend this meeting.
/s/Clerk Circuit Court., There being no further business
Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25 the meeting adjourned at 1:30 p.m.


The new criteria, which allows
acceptance of young men who are
unable to complete high school,
will give a greater number of peo-
ple the opportunity to become a
member of the Aerospace team.
The Air Force, which is one of
the nation's foremost exponents of
stay in school efforts ,realizes that
a few young men, for mitigating
reasons, cannot complete high
school. These men are now eligible
for an Air Force career. If accept-
ed, these men will be given the op-
portunity to complete their edu-
cation, from high school to grad-
uate school, while'.in uniform.
The enlistment criteria changes
are necessary because of vacancies
existing in the many occupational
and technical fields needed to per-
form the defense mission of the
modern Air Force, McCoy noted.
Detailed information on the new
enlistment opportunities may be
obtained at the Port St. Joe Post
Office on the first and third Mon-
days at 2 P. M. (EST), or in Room
206 of the Panama City Post Of-
fice. Panama City phone is
763-1301.

MELODY REBEKAH LODGE
CLUB 22 HOLDS MEETING
Melody Rebekah Lodge held
their monthly Club 22' meeting at
the home of Mrs. Ruth McCormick
on February 15.
The twelve members present at
this meeting worked on piano
banks which were donated to the
club by St. Joe Paper Co., for the
coming Assembly.
Refreshments were served and
the meeting adjourned.


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If you want to enjoy pecan pie to the fullest, then -serve it
after a light meal. It is luscious and rich and one of the most
impressive desserts you can set before a guest. Given here is a
basic recipe with directions for date and fudge nut variations..
DELUXE PECAN PIE
1 unbaked 9-inch pastry shell 1 teaspoon vanilla
3 eggs, slightly beaten Va teaspoon salt .
1 cup Karo all purpose syrup 2 tablespoons melted margarine
1 cup, sugar, 1 cup pecans .
Mix eggs, syrup, sugar, vanilla, salt and margarine. Stir in pecans. Pour
into poetry shell. Bake in 400 degrees F. (hot) oven 15 minutes; reduce
heat to 350, degrees F (moderate) and bake an additional 30 to 35 min-
utes. (Filling should be slightly lees set in center than around :edge.).
Deluxe Date Nut Pie: Follow recipe for Deluxe Pecan Pie, substituting
/2 cup walnut halves for pecans and adding 1 cup finely chopped dates
with nuts.
Fudge Nut Pie: Follow recipe for Deluxe Pecan Pie melting 2 squares
unsweetened chocolate with monaarine and reducing eggs to 2.


Three Short Courses
Offered Sanitarians
JACKSONVILLE Three short
courses for Florida sanitarians will
be sponsored by the State Board of
Health this year.
The first will be a 12-week
course in Jacksonville and the field
beginning March 1. The second will
be in April on urban planning for
environmental health. Details will
be announced later but it will in-
clude civic leaders and planners,
engineers and health officials. The
third will be in Jacksonville June
1-3.
The March 1-May 21 course will
include studies in bacteriology,
chemistry, food and milk science,
communicable disease, water pro,


tection and housing, camp, trailer
park, school and institution sani-
tation.
The June 1-3 course will include
public speaking, interviewing, vis-
ual aids, meeting techniques and
various other subjects to make for
better spread of vital information
from sanitarians to the public.

IN MEMORIAL
In loving memory of our daugh.
ter and sister, Annette Leece, who
passed away February 26, 1964.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Parker
Richard Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Parker.

CLASSIFIED ADS!
Midget Investments That Yield
Giant Returns!


GI Insurance May Be category to immediately contact
their local Vteran County Service
Reinstated; New Rules Officer, or write him at P. O. Box
11437, St. Petersburg.
ST. PETERSBURG-M. T. Dixon
of the Florida Department of Vet-
erans Affairs, stated today that for- AIRMAN LEWIS H. ROGERS
merly lapsed insurance could be 'NOW DEPLOYED TO SICILY
reinstated without a medical ex- Jacksonville (FHTNC)- Airman
amination, within three months of Airma
date of lapse on a comparative Lewis H. Rogers, USN, son of Mr.
health basis, provided any injury and Mrs. Henry A. Rogers of 107
or disease existing at the end of Fourth Avenue, Port St. Joe, Fla.,
the grave period did not progress has2 departed Jacksonville, Fla., as
to the degree of total disability, a member of Patrol Squadron Five
This criterion has been liberal- now deployed to Sigonella, Sicily.
ized, Dixon said ,to the extent that The squadron flies the anti-sub-
total disability resulting from any marine warfare version of the
unfavorable health condition ex- Lockheed SP-2E "Neptune" jet-
isting at the end of the 31-day grace equipped patrol aircraft on surveil-
period will not be a bar to rein- lance patrols in support of the U.S.
statement. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean
Dixon urges all veterans in this area.



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"


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Three Luncheons Honor Hannon-Smith
Bridal Party During the Past Week
Miss Dianne Hannon and Edward Buzzett, Mrs. Jean Atchison, Mi
Smith were honored with a can- Lamar Hardy, and Mrs. Frederic
delight dinner party Saturday eve- Sawyer of Apalachicola.
ning given by Mr. and Mrs. Tad On the buffet was a fan shape
Gortemoller and their son, Ted, Jr., design of white chrysanthemum
at their home in Marianna. and dainty baby breath in an o
Assisting the hosts were Mr. long cut glass bowl. On either ei
and Mrs. Claude Pylant of Marian- were candlesticks of silver wi
na deep red tapers complementir


The guests of honor were pre-
sented with a lovely pair of ster-
ling hurricane lamps with crystal
chimneys.
Out of town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mr. and
Mrs. John Robert Smith, Miss
Iran Hanion, Mr. and Mrs. David
B. May, Miss Alice Land, all of
Port St. Joe. Clay Lewis, Jr., of
Panama City and Mr. and Mrs.
James Smith of Dothan, Ala.

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those on the dining table. Assist-
ing in the dining room were Mrs.
Edwin Ramsey, Mrs. 0. M. Taylor
and Mrs. Charles Brown.
The bride received a gift of a
variegated colored glass bowl with
a miniature bride's bouquet tied to
the graceful swan-neck handle.
Many out-of-towh and' local
guests enjoyed this occasion.

Miss McCormick Is
Feted With Shower


P' -. *- l s rs "' ~-~' : Zv. "..." "' ..-,-' >-'a ." -" < ... Miss Dianne Hannon and Ed- The nhome of Mrs. J. A. Black-
ward Smith, who are to be mar- well, 215 Seventh Street, was the
Beauty Operator Group Meets ri Port St. Joe tried on February 27, were hon- setting for a bridal shower honor-
orees at a dinner party on Wednes- ing Miss Patricia McCormick on
February 11, Cosmetologists of Affiliate Number 6, Panama City day, February 17, given by Mr. eiruary i 9th otn ,
Hairdresser Association attended the 11:00 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph 0 and Mrs. George Anchors and Mr. Friday, February 19th. Hostesses
Catholic Church in Port St. Joe, followed by a luncheon held at the Hospital Auxiliary and Mrs. Tommy Hutchins at the for this gala event were Mrs. Mar-
St. Joe Motel. Hutchins home, 1501 Monument tha Ward, Mrs. Shirley Johnson,
Those attending were: Melvin T. Jackson, Sidney Jackson, Tony W worker S Avenue. Mrs. Hazel Sims and Miss Betty-
Seaborn, Gleen Sharron, Randy Sharron, Christine Sharron, BettySelected Soft shades of pink interspersed Blacwell.
McCart, Ouida Bell, Lucile Wasson, Peggy Mahon, Jack Mahon, Ed- New schedule for Hospital Aux- with white were used in the party Beautiful arrangements of red'
die Belle White, Larry White, Bill Brenner, Lenette Brenner, Lou iliary workers for the next three rooms. Dainty pink camellias and camellias were' placed at vantage'
Peel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannon, Helene Ferris, Buford Gause, months: lilies of the valley accented with points, f t ughut the party mmms:.
Audrey Mercer, Billy Mercer, Greg Mercer, Lyd Browne, Maggie Telephone Chairman: Mrs. W. T; white satin ribbons and tall white The taMle holding the guest book
Boatwright, Daisy Jackson, Audrey Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moseley. tapers and silver accessories, grac- was complemented by a miniature
Fite, Danny Odum, Dennis Lawson, Michael P. Ferris, Bob Bowden, Pickup and Marking:: Mrsi. Mi ed the bride's table. The dining lace umbreTlla umfeir which stomd1 a
Debbie Bowden, Nancy Bowden, Ethel Bowden, L. H. Nelson, Mavis ton Anderson (9-2491, MIrs. Leon- tables were centered with pink miniature bride. The refreshment
.Nelson, Elaine and John Houpet. Above is the group as it left the 'ard Belin (7-3501), MrsT Bob Cn-y..azaleas atolp inverted crystal gob- table was covered*: with a hand-
St. Joseph's Church Sunday morning. -Star photo getn (9-2146). lets that thatdi bTash pink miniature madte monlist laze, eatih and' Iemi1
Anyone having clothing or other rosebud nosegays under fthe glass. the punch -bowl which was en
merehandise to donate fir sale'E at Miss anmun were a very becom- circled' with ivy and' red camellias,
t ,e Thrift Shop, please contact one' ing off-white knit drmssi, mad e m- cut-glass compote's of nuts arid
Lo ng A ve.C r l es M eet Of te a above ladies for piacup, or pire sgre., mints au trays; at' &x cup-cakes
Long A ve C irc e s Mit may be delivered directly to the' The hostesses were assisted in completed the setting. Mrs. Sims
i Theta Soelp any Thursday morn- pheri ne-r hMros s wehr and My.s. JohnsaiIn seveMd cthe re-
EDNA HORTON CIRCLE Upon arrival the members were nh ftwep the Thurs of da 0 an e S v er r s freshmr Mrs.s WM Was fl
Edna Horton Circle met at the served refreshments of roasted i wa fey.* SevPral'rgressions o bridge h st Ms Wd w registeredI
home of Mrs. Louise Holland. Six nuts, dainty sandwiches and hot sTh. a al dues of the Auxiliary followed the guests. Approximately thi
members and three visitors were chocolate. are now due and payable. All dues Those- invited to' share fls a- guests called or sent gifts dung
present. After a short business In the absence of the Circleshoud be m ed to Mrs. To sion with Miss Hannon and' Mr. the ap-pinted Imura.,
session, Frances Robbins, program chairman, the business meeting Smit 1105 Pm Blvd. Smith were Mr: and Mi Daofove
,chairman, presented an interesting was presided over by Mrs. T. J. Following a the workers May; r. anff rs-. Tom Cdw, Miss McCormick chose for is
program, "The Redemption Plan Braxton. the TrMff. Shop for the montls- of Mr,. and' Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mr. occasion" a love y blue wool sheath
Pursued by Joseph," given by the The program was opened with A P and Mrs: -ohn lrobert Sicmpe noted y black pepp ccessormint r-
members. The. meeting was closed meditation and prayer followed and save this Ii t. If you are- un- Mi': and' Mrs. Bill Whaley. nations a d red camellias were
with prayer by Louise Holland. by the presentation of a make-be- able tod work do the assigned day, present: :to te honoree andl her
Delicious refreshments were lieve tour of Alaska. Acting as please ptovihde a substitute fr Irrs Anderson Hoses mother,, M-s. Gene McCrmick, by
served by the hostess. The next guides were Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, that day. Andethe hosteses. Miss McCormick will
meeting will be with Mrs. Jean Mrs. Dave Maddox, Mrs. W. O. Marchli 61 M1 -. John Rolfert The home of' Mrs. William ,Otto become tb.e bride of Henry Horsi
Jones. SHutchinykes Mrs. Frank Barne, Mrs. T. Smith, Mrs. Norman Allemore, Mrs: Anderson was-the' scene of a- love- on March 28th at 3 p. m. in the
PAL--ERCI D. Hutchins and Mrs. Braxton. Morgan J-onaes. ly bridal tea given in honor of First-t Church of the Nazarene.
LOTA PALMER oCIRCLE The meeting was dismissed with March 13: Mrsi.Tom Parker, Mrs. Miss Dianne H'annon Thursday,
The Lota Palmer Circle of Long prayer by Mrs. Wayne Kendrix. Robert King; Mis Wade Barrier: February IT, fromm, four to' six
Avenue Baptist Church met Tues- March 20: Mirs. Sidney Anchors, o'clock in the- afternoon.
day morning, January 16, with Mrs. ELEANOR HOWELL CIRCLE Mrs. Dave Jones,. Mrs. John Sikes. Serving as- hostesses with Mi-rs.
J. 0. Lucas at 102 Marvin Avenue. The Eleanor Howell Circle of March 27: M1s. Terry Hinote, Anderson were Mrs. Charles Wall
Long Avenue Baptist W. 1[. U. met! Mrs. Petd' Ivey;. M-rs. Bill Quarles, and' Mrs: Victbr- Anders(n:z
Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Hazel jr. The spacious living room was
Ferrell with seven members pres- April 3. Mrsm. J..' Lamar Miller, decorated with a variety of un-
ent and one visitor, Mrs: Troy Par- Mrs. Silas R. Stone, Mrs. Gannon usual silhouette" arrangements of
IA SI rish. Buzzett. azaleas and camellias.
Chairman, Mrs. Jessie Core open- April 10: M1Vrs: George Tapper, The-romantic theme oftlithe bridal
ed the meeting with prayer by Mrs. Mrs. Joe2 Hendhix; Mrs. Otto A in tea was expressed by a centerpiece
Helen Britt. After a brief business derson. on the table where the bride's
PHONE 227-4191 meeting Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Pro- April 17M Mrs;i Wiffiam Wager, book was kept: A golden-cupi' was .
Opening Times gram chairman, with the assistance Mrs. Bhb Freeman, Mrs. Robet' placed in a mfk k glass epergnaette
12:45p.. of Mrs. Helen Britt, Mrs. Clifford Fox. whiThi Held! an old fashioned, Vic-
Sat. 12:45 p.. Ford, Mrs. Inez Huckeba, Mrs. Paul- Aprir 24: WMrs, Frank Hannon, torian nosegay. Mrs. David May
Sun. 2:45 p.m. ine Brigman, Mrs. Jessie Core, and Mrs. K. H. Mi lhtosh, Mrs. James was in attendance.
Mon.-Fri. -------4:45 p.m. Mrs. Ina Odum, brought a very in- Costin. m Te-ffimilTyoom, dberafed witib.
_______ teresting program, "Baptist in May 1: Mrs. Benny Roberts, Mrs. rosy camellias, lent a' gala atmos- Februarl
Alaska, U. S. A." Cecil iostin;, J i,, Mes. Dave TMdby. pherem to, the tea.
DOUBLE FEATURE The meeting was- closed with May 8: M1Vs. George Anchors, In the dining room- the table was-
FRI SAT. prayer by Mrs. Jessie Core. Mrs. Walter Dodson, Mrs. Jean overlaid' by an Italiarr cut work
THURS. FRI. SAT. Refreshments were served by Atchion. cloth: Centering the- table was- a'
the hostess. May 15: ]-rs. Roy Gibson,, fr.,, three branched cand 'Iabrum hard-
'. Mrs., Tommy Hutchins, Mrs. Percy ing liglbted garnet-red tapers. A
*. V p s Peisen' S The Martha Jane Baggett Circle M1hy 22: MiWh ERab Faliski, Mrs-.. baby breath andl white chrysan-
FAIL SAFE met Tuesday afternoon in the home Dillon Smi. Mrst Ed Ramaey. tfhemums further' carried out the
of Mrs. George McLawhon with 1Vay 29: Mrs.. Lawrence Rowen,, bridal motif. At one end of the
1 11DanI O'HERLIHY four members present. Mrs. Walter Duren, Mrs. Lamar' table was a silver- coffee service. A
t -Walter MATTHAU. The meeting was opened with Hardy. silver tea service graced tLhe other
Henry FONDA th Presin"ent prayer and a short business session end. Serving tea and coffee during
was led by Mrs. Alligood, acting READM THE CLASSIFIEDS :the afternoon were Mrs.. Gannon,
Second Feature chairman, in the absence of Mrs. --- -
A. P. Jackson. The Circle voted to
-..- give $2.50 from their love offering R ev. G ene
s to the children's home to help buy TV CLEARANCE E v
The program was presented by


Mrs. George McLawhon. Those tak-
ing part were Mrs. Bernice Barbee,
Mrs. Avril McKenzie and Mrs. Jew-
ell Alligood. The mission program,
taken from Royal Service Magazine,
was entitled, "Baptist in Alaska,
U. S. A." The program chairman
had a slate totem pole and curios
made of walrus tusks, that came
from Alaska, placed about the
room.
The hostess served delicious
blueberry turnovers and. coffee.
DOROTHY CLARK CIRCLE
SMrs.'J. D. Clark was hostess to
the Dorothy Clark Circle when they
met for their February missionary
program concerning Alaska.
The circle chairman, Mrs. W. R.
Ramsey presided over the meeting
and asked all members to attend
the Mission Study March 2 and
to also be in attendance for the
Week of Prayer for Home Missoins
March 7-14.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer and Mrs. Clark served re-
freshments to the eight members
| present.


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NHA Girls Attend
Florida State Fair
Sandr, E. McDaniel, Reporter
February 8, 1965 the N. H. A.
girls of Washington High School
and Carver High School attended
the State Fair at Tampa, Florida.
When we arrived at Tampa we
prepared to go down to Tampa Bay
to watch the "Invasion of the Pi-
rates," then on to the Gasparilla
Parade. The parade lasted two or
more hours. Many story book char-
act rs' pirates, wonderlands and
other colorful scenery appeared in
LONG AVENUE W.M.U. TO HAVE
MISSION STUDY AND SUPPER
The W. M. U. of the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church will have a
mission study and covered dish
supper at the church Tuesday,
March 2 ,at,6:30 p. m.
All members and interested per-
sons are invited to attend.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Smith from
Hamilton, Ala., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Arbogast.


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1965
i the parade. There were bands from
Tampa, St. Petersburg, St. Augus-
tine and other near places.
After the parade we set out to
"see" the fair. We were amazed
and delighted at so many things to
see and do.
Among the many attractions
were fancy and colorful crafts
items, displays of flower and gar-
den settings, handmade quilts and
many household goods. We thrill-
ed at the sight of a 1965 Japanese
made car, a huge giant, a lady
weighing 812 pounds and tropical
snakes of all descriptions. The
prize livestock also were of inter-
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rides which always seem to be the
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i Tacts taken against the U. S. on
Kiwanis Told of every occasion by students point-E
I I ing the way of the Communist ac-
THE STAR Communist Danger timies.
The speaker made several points
Pulllshed Evc.y Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida, "Communism has infiltrated from Writings ,of J. Edgar Hoover
By The Star Publishing Company every phase of our American life," as evidence that the Communists
WEsLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher Elbert Schorey told the Port St. Joe were aiming at us and were in our
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, P.oof Kiwanis Club Tuesday at the regu- back yard. To combat the enemy,
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department lar meeting of the club. Schorey Hoover and the speaker urged
S DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308 was quoting FBI director J. Edgar every American to register to vote,
k Hoover. be well read of the news of the
The speaker said that the record day and be concerned of the fu-
entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, t the Postoffice, Port St Joe, .The speaker said that the record day and be concerned of the fu-
red as se Florida, under Act of March 1879. 0ort oe, fthe Communist successes proves ture of the nation.
that they are doing a better selling Guests of the club were Keyettes
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE job than the Capitalists. He sub- Cecilia Creech and Evelyn Dock-
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, *$IO7t 0nt-ited his statement by point- ery; Key Clubbers Clark Downs
ing to statistics. At present there and Tommy Wright and Rev. Henry
TO ADVERTISERS-In caue of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers is one-third of the world popula- Hoyt.
do not hold themselves aibble 'or damage further than amount received for seci tion under Communist power and
advertisement t" ~'hey control one-fourth of the
/ Woia, s trea. He pointed out that White City Ladies Fire
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully' only Communism has been success- A Xiliar oldsIeet
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly eo.....i n d i HOl S
virces. The spoken word is ost; tha printed word remains. ,gint sand c uin g
the giants, Russia and China. The Ladies Auxiliary of the
All of this started in 1903, when White City Volunter Fire Depart-
R n Downs TO Lenin, with 17 followers set out on meant held their regular meeting
'Robsin Downs o theirer purpose of conquering the on Wednesday in the Community
CoO Wp t fi Aii wordi. x.6ghteen years later, they Building with Mrs. Robert L. Smith
Compete for Award had taken over the Russian empire. as hostess. Our president, Mrs.
N| I Evidence points to the fact that James Horton being absent the
The English department of Port N e w s the Commnists now consider the vice-president, Mrs. Robert L.
St. Joe High School has nominated U. S. as their major prize and are Smith, asked Mrs.. Murdic Harcus
ifobin Downs' to compete for the confident that the U. S. will be to lead the group in prayer.
1965 National Council of Teachers G'JLF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE tuejis in due time. We had as our guest Fire Chief
of English achievement awards. St. Joe Laundry won three games The main work of the Commun- Billie Varnum. The Chief brought
This is the highest honor tie Eng- from Nedley's last .week on lanes ists is aimed at the youth of the the fire truck down to the Com-
lish department can bestow upn 1 and 2. Shirley Whitfield rolled nation. This is evident by vitriolic munity Building. There was a
i' student. a series games of 169, lengthy discussion on how to oper-
For his competition, Robin will 146 and136. BrendaPerry had 419 169. Cutchie Brown had 455 and ate the truck, after which time the
be required to take a standardized with a game of 167. Punk Daugh- Jean Dennis had' 409. Lois Smith Chief instructed the ladies as to
test, write an autobiography and try had a gafme of 1'5 and Mary rolled 448 for Comforter's with how to connect the hose, start the
two other compositions. Whitfield had a 149. Jo Brown games of 141, 171 and 136. Elise pump, then the spray. He will in-
The State of Florida will have a rolled a 430 series for Nedley's Rogers had 446 with games of 161, struct us later as to how to fill the
proportionate share of 436 winners with a game of 152. Myra Hodge 149. and 136. tank with water. -
and 436 runners-up. had 369 with a game of 163. l3-Mile Oyster Co., won four The closing prayer was given by
Announcement Of winners will Florida National Bank won four ga es from Faye's Drive-In. on Mrs. Robert L. Smith. A social hour
be made in June, 1965. games from Glidden on lanes 3 lanes 7 and 8. Billie Padgett rolled of bear claw and sugar cookies,
Other students nminat6d for and 4. Patsy Patterson had a '48 '425 with games of 122, 155 and also coffee was enjoyed by the
school competition. are Billy Ant- series'with games of 137,- 158, and 148. Donna Ward had 414 with a seven. members and the five visit.
ley, Jake Belin, Dennis Dawson, 192. Norma Hobbs had 486. Awith gare of 158. Zela Adams rolled ors.
Jo Atn Fite, Barbara Lewis, Jacque games of 173, 180 and 133. Eve- 38,7 for Faye's and Maxine Smith
Price, Catherine Ramsay, and lyn Murdock olled 449 for Glid- ha, 358.
Sherry White. It was a high honor den with a game of 175 J.oan Team Standings W L
for these students to be nominated Myers rolled 444 with games of St. Joe Furniture 67 25
for school competition. 126, 152 and 166. Cdinforter's -------- 61 31
St. Joe Furniture won four. St',Joe Laundry ..... 49 43
CLASSIFIED'ADS! games from Comforter's on ies Florida Nat. Bank 42% 49% A
5 and 6. Evelyn Smith had a fine Nedley's Florist ------40% 51%
Midget Investments That Yield series of 575 with games of 185, 1 Mile Oyster Co. ___ 40 52
Giant Returns! 218 and 172. Wynell Burke had Glidden Co. --- 34 58
458 with games of 140, 149 and Faye's Drive-In ------34 58


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The Tattler


Betty Crocker Winner
At Washington High
Minnie Jones is this year's Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
for Washington High School. She
scored highest here in a written
homemaking examination taken
Dec. 1 by 552,704 senior girls in
14,236 of the nation's high schools.
She is now eligible, for state and
national scholarship awards rang-
ing from $500 to $5,000.
Test papers of all, schooL win-
ners in the state are being judged
competitively. From this, the State
Homemaker of Tomortow will be
named, and will receive a $1,500
scholarship from General Mills,
Inc., sponsor of the annual Betty
Crocker Search. In addition, her
school will be awarded a set of the
Encyclopedia Britannica by Ency-
clopedia Britannica, Inc. The sec-
ond-ranking girl will receive a $500
educational grant.
Following her selection, the
State Homemaker of Tomorrow, to-
gether with a school advisor, will
join winners and advisors from
each of the 49 other states and the
District of Columbia in an expense-
paid educational tour of Colonial
Williamsburg, Va., Washington, D.
C., and New York. City. Climax of
the trip will be the, naming of the
1965 Betty Crocker All-American
Homemaker of Tomorrow.



Legal


Notices
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City Commission of Port St. Joe
sitting as The Board of Adjustment,
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, March 2, 1965, to deter-
mine whether the City will author-
ize a variance from the terms of
Ordinance No. 5, being the Zoning
Ordinance of the City, for Emory
F. Stephens, Lot 25 and 26, Block
77, of Port St. Joe, relating to the
requirements of side line restric-
tions.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
SCity Auditor and Clerk.
Feb. 25.

February,22, 1965
BID 4NO. 25
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids at the office of
the City Clerk, City Hall, Port St.
Joe, Florida, until 5:00 P. M.,, E. S.
T., Tuesday, March 16, 1965, for
the following equipment:
1. 1600 Feet 6" Cast Iron Class C
Water Pipe.
2. Bends, Tees, Sleeves and
Valves.
3. 4 M & H Compression Type
Fire Hydrants.
F.O.B. Port St. Joe, Florida.
Complete specifications for the
above may be obtained from the
City Clerk, City Hall, Port St.' Joe,
Florida, for $1.00.
The City of Port St. Joe reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
received.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Auditor and Clerk.
Feb. 25 and Mar. 4
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Gulf County Board of Com-
missioners will hold a special pub-
lic meeting Thursday, March 4,
1965, at 7:30 p.m., EST, in the
City Hall in Port St. Joe, Florida.
This meeting is being called to
discuss the future of Gulf Coun-
ty's race track monies with Sena-
tor George G. Tanper.
JAMES G. McDANIELL
Chairman, Board of
County Commission


Computers Prepare

News Stories

About Business
Electronic computers at the U.S.
Department of Commerce's Bureau
of the Census are extracting retail
trade data about each county in
the United States from tabulations
of the 1963 Census of Business, in-
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typing out the stories at eye-blink-
ing speed, and addressing a story
to each one of 16,000 news outlets
in the Nation's 3,000 counties.
Three elements are used to pro,
duce these "machine-made" news
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1. Statistics for 1958 and 1963 on
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sales volume, employment, etc.
This information is stored in ma-
chine "memory" and is part of the
process of preparing the 1963 Cen-
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cause the computer to select sta-
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Although the series will total more
than 6,000 stories before it is com-
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more closely to that of the father,
Parents Need Show while the smoking behavior of
Way, Says Society rls follows more closely that of
Way, Says Society the mother.


"If people did not smoke cigar-
ettes, at least 75 per cent of all
lung, cancer death could be pre-
vented. This year, over 47,000
Americans will die of lung cancer.
And unless something is done to
prevent it, the number will in-
crease each year."
"If teenage smoking is to be re-
duced and if youngsters are to be
discouraged from ever acquiring
the cigarette habit, it will be the
young people themselves who must
do it," declared Cecil Curry, presi-
, dent of Gulf County Unit of Amer,
ican Cancer Society. "We can't pass
t. laws:.that ill stop them..Vt we,
can help," by making smoking seem
less desirable; to' young people and
by setting an example for them to
follow." ..
Mr. Curry cited' a'In Ambcan Can.-
r-cer- Society,.study ,which. showed
that the percentage- of teenage
smokers is highest among children
of families in which both parents
smoke cigarettes; lowest in fami-
lies in which only one parent
smokes cigarettes. Smoking behav-
ior of boys was shown to conform


The American Cancer Society,
which pioneered in research show-
ing the relationship between cigar-
ette and lung cancer, is conerat-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1965


MRS. NED PORTER ADDRESSES
D. A. R. IN PANAMA CITY
Mrs. Ned Porter was the guest
speaker for the St. Andrew Chap-
ter of The Daughters of The Amer-


ing with other voluntary health ican Revolution at their luncheon
,agencies and the U. S. Public meeting to be held at the Dixie-
Health Service in a nationwide edu- Sherman Hotel, Panama City, on
national program to teach the facts Wednesday, February 24.
about smoking, particularly to teen- Mrs. Porter spoke on this area's
agers. American Cancer Society local history of the ancient, and
literature, filmstrips and teaching little known, French Fort Creve-
guides have been prepared for coeur. The Gulf County Historical
high school students to discourage Commission, of which she is chair-
them from taking up smoking, or
to encourage them to stop smoking man, erected a memorial marker
i e e oon St. Joseph Beach, on the site
if they already do so. of the historical Fort, in the spring
The leaflets, "Shall I Smoke?" of 1964. Mrs. Porter illustrated her
and' "Answering te Most-Often talk with interesting artifacts dat-
Asked ions A Cigarette ing back to the 1700's found in this:
Smoking and Cancer' "have been
.distributed to most of 'the nation's ..:
secosidary. schools. .. .
'-Another major phase of the ACS MISS BELL' HONORED
campaign wis centered on gaining WITH COKE PARTY ,
,the .cooperation of- adults who in-
fluence young people .- parents, The Intermediate G. A.'s of the
teachers, clergymen, and athletes. First Baptist Church honored Miss
Adults who smoke are urged to be Barbara Bell with a Coke party
Honest :with young people and to Friday, February 12th, in the home
tell them that smoking is not a of Miss Willie Mae Giles. Those
status symbol but instead a dan- attending And enjoying a very de-
gerous habit difficult to break. lightful party were: Jan Flemming,
r-n THlnnfl dRegeahia Levens


WANTED!


Your Attendance at the



CHURCH OF CHRIST

20th STREET and MARVIN AVE.



Revival Services

FEBRUARY 21 through FEBRUARY 28


ELBERT SCHOREY, Jr., Evangelist

Speaking Each Night at 7:30 P.M.


i-am tionana, ,amu Ut; VUO
Elaine Blackburn, Peggy White,
Miss Giles and Miss Bell, G. A.
counselors.
During the evening the girls
made rice bays and presented Miss
Bell with a piece of engraved sil-
ver in her chosen pattern.



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Worship this week


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Install Officers
The Melody Theta Rho Girls No.
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During the candlelight ceremony,
Mrs. Goodson and her staff as-
sisted.
Charlotte Williams was present-
HIGHLAND VIEW LADIES
EXPRESS APPRECIATION
Hhe Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Highland View Fire Department
wishes to thank each and everyone


ed her Junior Past President Pin. ident, Marieta Lee; vice president, Gifts were presented to the aa-
The Installing Marshal, Mrs. Linda Kay Webb; past president, visor, Mrs. A. J. Owens, by the as-
Hightower, presented the new of- Charlotte Williams; advisor, Mrs. sistant advisors.
ficers for installation. A. J. Owens; guest, Mrs. Belle There were refreshments after
Marieta Lee, Worthy President; (aunt) DuBose; Susie Q. Chafin. the meeting.
Linda Kay Webb, Vice President;
Charlotte Williams, Past President;
Charlotte Marshall, Secretary; Ce-'
cilia Boone, Treasurer. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Diane Goodman, Warden; Diane Intersection Monument and Constitution
Wise, Inside Guardian; Suwanne
Antley, Marshall; Vicki McGill, REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Conductor; Joan Lee, Chaplain;
Patsy Johnson, 1st Herald; Linda Church School 9:45 A.M.
Rycoff 1st Herald; Kaye Clem- MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
mons, 3rd Herald; Anne Johnson, Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
4th Herald. Evening Worship .--- -.... 7:30 P.M.
Rita Faulk, Musician; Becky Bible Study (Wednesday) ....---- ..----.-- 7:30 P.M.
Walker, Left Supporter to Presi- "Where Old Fashioned. Friendliness Still Surives"
dent; Judy Carter, Left Supporter
to President; Ann Harper, Left


who helped make the Talent Show Supporter to Vice President! Rita
which was held last Saturday night Rassmussen, Right Supporter to.
in the Highland View Elementary Vice President.
School ,a success. Our special The new president, Marieta Lee,
thanks to Mr. Edward Youngblood introduced her parents, Mr. and
who engaged the talent, to all the Mrs. John Lee, and brother and
participants who performed and to sister, Joan and Johnny. Also, her
the ladies who baked the cakes Advisor, Mrs. A. J. Owens, and As-
and pies. sistant Advisors, Mrs. John Lee,


Olivia Lee, secretary. Mrs. Wynn, Mrs. Gooson, Mrs. :.. '
Daniels. WJOE -1080 on Your Radio Dial
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR Speeches were made by the pres-
l 2:00 to 3:00 P. M. Every SUNDAY

Bowling News

LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE game in the team events of 209. A FEN CE CO
Lanes 1 and 2 saw Whitfield This was outstanding bowling for
Strikers take three from West Fla. Sara Linda carries only approxi- EMORY STEPHENS Port''St. Joe, Fla.
Gas. Aline Abrams was high for mately 111 average. 1308 McClelland Ave. Phone 217-3781
West Fla. Gas with a 389 series and Lanes 5 and 6 saw Jitney Jungle
Ruby Lucas high for Whitfield take all four games from Rich's Buy Now 'ESTIMATES
Strikers with a 453 series. Janet with Evelyn Smith high for J. J. And FREE
King with West Fla. Gas converted with a 504 series and Gloria Mor- S A V 'E
a. 3-19 in the 5th frame to win a gan high for Rich's with a 408 se-
Coke. It was nice to have a new ries. A special congratulations to LOW DOWN PAYMENT LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
bowler to sub on West Fla. Gas. !Evelyn Smith for winning the sin- W rtN Guarantee on Labor aNd Materials
We would like to welcome Runan 'gles in the tournament with. 540 RESIDENTIA L or COMMERCIAL
ba "s g RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL
Prevatt. series.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Pate's take all Lanes 7 and 8 saw Beaman's take
four games from Amison's with all four games from the Senators
Mary Alice Lyons high for Pate's with Eleanor Williams high for ,
with a 431 series and Ann Whittle Beaman's with a 438 series and Florida Greeting Service,
high for Amisons wth 415 series. Martha Ward (sub) high for the
Amison's were not bowling their Senators with a 398 series. The Sen- Inc.
usually high series, but a special ators were off on their bowling to-
congratulations to Verna Burch and day but plan to give everyone a A cordial welcome awaits you from
Lois Smith for winning the doubles run for their money and come in 'the local merchants and civic
in the City Association tournament first place.
with both girls bowling over a 500 Standings: W. L. organizations of Port St. Joe.
series scratch. Also a special con- Jitney Jungle --------52 32 Brought to you by our local hostess
gratulations to Pate's team (which E. L. Amison's ------- 51 33
is all new bowlers) for winning first Whitfield Strikers -- 46 38 If you are a newcomer, please call
place in the team events. Ann George Tapper Senators 44 40
Whittle had the high series of 530 Pate's 39/2 44% MRS. ANNE JOINES
in team events. Ann bowled so West Fla. Gas. --------38% 45% 1002 Garrison Avenue Phone 229-1686
well that she won All Events. Sara Beaman's 33% 54 1002 Garrison Avenu Phone 2291686
Linda Richardson bowled the high Rich's 1 52 Ar0eoandaa


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t to Pa 18 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1965
Want to Pace 18


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Newly elected Unit Crusade JACKSONVILLE The State
chairmen and key leaders from ten Board of Health hopes to place 18
North-Central Florida counties, more Packaged Disaster Hospitals
who will spearhead individual edu- over the state this year bringing
national and fund-raising cam- the total to 61.
paigns for the American Cancer Dr. L. L. Parks director of Civil
Society this spring, are attending a Defense health and medical oper-
special pre-Crusade conference, nations under Florida's state health
today at the Floridan Hotel in Tal- officer said additional hospitals-
lahassee. The meeting will be call- previously known as Civil Defense
ed to order at 12 noon and adjourn Emergency Hospitals-have been
at 3:30 p. m. proposed for Rockledge Lake City
Crusade volunteers attending the (2) Tampa Century Dade City, Mil-
conference will represent the fol- ton, Belle Grade, Bartow, Panama
lowing counties: Leon, Calhoun, City, Port St. Joe, Temple Terrace,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jefferson, Miami area (3), Chaires, Jupited
Liberty, Madison, Taylor and Wa- and Jacksonville.
kulla counties. Participants in the Hospitals already in place are at
briefing sessions at the conference Century, Crestview, Marianna, Live

will be told about the educational Oak, Sanderson, Bryceville, Key-
aspects of the 1965 Crusade ,as well stone Heights, Gainesville, St. Au-
as details of the fund-raising cam- gustine, Hastings, Ocala, Daytona
paign. Beach, Crystal River, Haines City,
Dick Pope, Jr., Cypress Gardens, Umatilla, Titusville, Melbourne (2),
1965 State Crusade Chairman, who St. Petersburg (3), Bradenton, Ven-
is scheduled to attend the pre-Cru- ice, Sebring, New Port Richey,
sade area meeting, announced this Okeechobee Fort Pierce, Stuart,
week that the President of the Ft. Myers (3), Palm Beach, Holly-
United States and the Governor of wood, Pompano Beach, Naples,
Florida have proclaimed April 1965 Opalocka, Tampa, Madison, Plant


as Cancer Control Month in keep-
ing with the Act which was written
into the Congressional Records a
number of years ago.

Census Bureau Report
On County 'Retail Trade
Gulf County's 105 retail estab-
lishments had $7.3 million in sales
in 1963, a decrease of 20 percent
from 1958, the U. S. Bureau of the
Census has just reported after
tabulating data gathered from all
firms in the 1963 census of busi-
ness. The last previous business
census conducted by the Census
Bureau, an agency of the U. S. De-
partment of Commerce, was in
1958.
Retail trade in the county meant
jobs (exclusive of proprietors) foT
249 men and women and a yearly
payroll of $627 thousand.
In volume of business the coun-
ty's food stores had sales of $2.6
million, an increase of 4 percent
from 1958. In otehr retail business
-the county's eating and drinking
places had sales of $259 thousand,
and gasoline service stations had
sales of $582 thousand.
For the state as a whole, the
Census Bureau reported 54,293 re-
tail establishments with sales of
$7,609.7 million, up SO0 percent
from 1958.-
Census reports to be issued dur-
jiqg the nex)t few monthswill .give
state and county figures on whole-
sale and service trades, manufac-
turing and mineral industries.
Figures on number of establish-
ments and sales volume for major
types of retail establishments in
each county are provided in the
printed report: 1963 Census of
Business, Retail Trade, Florida,
available at 55c from Superintend-
ent of Documents, Washington, D.
C. 20402, and at U. S. Department
of Commerce field offices.


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City, Punta Gorda, North Miami,
.Orlando and Miami Beach (2).
Dr. Parks said there are two
training disaster hospitals in the
state, one each at Miami Beach and
Pinellas International Airport.
The hospitals can be used upon
proper authorization in any disas-
ter. Counties must utilize existing,
structures such as schools or other
suitable buildings.
Storage space of approximately


1,200 square feet is needed for a men can get one up in four hours.
hospital. An operational site of not They are 200-bed hospitals with
less than 15,000 square feet is provision for 30-day service. Each
needed, all on the first floor, costs the federal government $49,-
The hospitals are crated but 40 500.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION-. ............ 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER S:PRVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY-, FEBRUARY 25, 1965
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jeopardizing your health. Follow
you r Doctor's instructions
scription. The n gbcr ckt e?
or nWheot you hve a Prescription
refilled do you take a few pilny
half- a fewilled spoonfuls d then
S put it on the shelf and forget
' about it? If you do, you are
jeopardizing your health. Follow
S your Doctor's instructions ',to
: the letter-take all of the Pre.
scription. Then go back ito y6W
doctor. He'll tell you whether
or not to have the- Prescfptlon
re-filled. There are too many
half-filled bottles in' medicine
chests, mute testimony that YOU
PAID for your doctor's- advice
and didn't follow, it. You might


High School Band Program


Cub Scouts Have An


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as' well frame your doctors W
Prescription as to take only a The music department offers five students perform on pre-band in- : K
part of it. The most important main courses: Beginning Band,! struments of two octave chromatic County Commission a
business we fiave is filling your
Doctor's Prescription. Your most Junior High Band, Senior Band, range known as Melodicas. (Continuea From Page 1) vi
important job is taking it. Eighth Grade Music Enrichment, Senior high students may take (Continuea From Page 1) B
arid Music Appreciation. a Music Appreciation course de- request as presented in last week's
YOUR All wind and percussion instru- signed to provide an appropriate issue of The Star.
ments are taught within the or- background for college bound stu- City Commissioner Ed Band- D
ganizational range ofwithithe three dents. Selected recordings of the jough presented Wewahitchka's St
basic music groups. great composers are used in con- requests. S'
are accepted from junction with a modified form of F.D. Requests Money D
Beginners are accepted from musical history covering the Medi- P. T. McCormick appeared be- S.
ades seven, eight, and nine only. eval are up to about 1300 A.D., the fore the Board asking that their n
Buzzelt's Urug -ore |.f e; students. are taught to play
Drive-In Windowg Stoervie instruments, ofar their choice if Middle Ages up to about 1500, the portion of the St. Joseph Fire Con- S
Drive-3n Window Servie. instrument of thphysicallyeir choice that Renaissance period, the Baroque, trol District money be paid to Se
817 Wllllamp Ave. they are physically adapted t. In tht Classical, Romantic, and Modern them. It seems that Highland
Free Parkin of some noticular instrument. In the for eras A manual of the elements of View's money was paid to White
of somtudent's choiotce ofable inaptude for music is used almost exclusively City and Highland View wants the
the band director may suggest an during the first semester. Upon County Board to recover it and re-
alter band dativireinsctor meat. Whesuggthey completion of this course, students mit it to them. The Board was to
Sharks End Season With are available school owned instru should have an understanding of see the White City people yester-
Big Win Over Rickards ments are provided at a rental rate many of the basic elements of day to recover the money which
music, and an awareness of com-' comes to about $359.99.
'The Port St. Joe Shkslear which cannot beposers andtheir contributions. e. .
aut their regular seson of play under any circumstances. Jackson reports the
oa g d ti After one to two years of training, A. P. Jackson reported to the
Monday night by defeating Rick- beginners are then moved into the Board on a Civil Defense meeting
ards.of Tallahassee 'by a 60 point beginners are he moved ad n Announce Ann he attended in Mobile last week.
margin. The Sharks hosted the Junior High Band for more ad-
margin. The Sharks hosted the Jumor I isut n Jackson said that the area head-
Rickards quintette ini the season vanced instruction. Horse Show Plans quarters has agreed to furnisea head-
finale. Upon reaching the tenth grade, quarters has agreed to furnish
The gave the Sharks a 23-2 most band students are automatic- The Port St. Joe Lions Club an- Gulf County a person to bring their
re0rd for the season, their best in ally transferred to'the Senior Band. ounces that its third annual records, disaster plans and CD pro- s
m eany ye r h sw es ind re e u to d. a thep n c s d i
Tall David Macomber led ceptions to this rule. When stu- Saturday night, May 1, at the High would agree to pay b
sTall David' Macomber.led the dents obviously, need further train- School football field at 7:00 P. M., salary while here. The Board w
scoring -against Rickards with 24 inagreed to grant Jackson's request dr
points. Randy Weston and Bob ing, they are retained in the Jun- E.S.T e. ec
Craig each collected 19 points for ior Band until they qualify for Sen- The Lions Club is planning to bu
the night. Bill Veisiga, Shark cen-i10r Band work' present the, best all around horse Che i F r fr
ter, missed Monday's game because I Eighth Grade Enrichment classes show that it has presented to date ( e irmS
of a bout with the flu. (compulsory for certain students at with horses entered from all over ru
St. Joe fg ft tp Rickards fg ft tp this grade level) study basic ele- Northwest Florida, and the spec- Tell of .P ns
Belin 4 0 8 Gregory 4 3 11 ments of musical notation, recognim tators can look' forward to a full T of 'P $2
Weston 8 3 19 Rowe 4 3 11 tion of various instrumental, fami- evening of outstanding etertain- Plans for the year 1965 being
Craig 9 1 19 Golden 0 1 1 lies y listening to selected record- o r in ans for he year 196 5 eig
Cahey 4 1 9 Roberts 1 3 5lies by listening to selected record- ment. made by the city's two small, but F'
M'c'm'b'r 9 6 24 Rozar 0 3 3 wings which point out the peculiari- The Lions Club certainly appre- very important' industries, The .-
Lee 2 0 4 ties of all types, of musical instru ciates your assistance as always in Glidden Company and Michigan i
Goodman 1 0 2 ments, and other selected record- the forthcoming show. Chemical Corpor.tion, were reveal- F
White 2 0 4. wings which are played to develop ed to the Port St Joe Rtary Club
rYoung 1 0 2 28 3 normal familiarity with good music. last Thursday, b Bob Fox and Bob ha
Rickards -------e. 10 2 8 11-31 During this one semester course, SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR last Thursdaymaner of Pl
VervaekeR.respective managers of -


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Phone 227-4646 401 Fifth Street


the local chemical plants.
Fox said that Glidden is making
plans now to install computers on
its large cracking furnaces here to
maintain a more even standard of
produce being turned out at the
tall. oil plant. The computers will
be installed on the tall cracking
furnaces and give 30 second read-
ings of every critical stage of oper-
ation in the towers, which produce
the plant's finished product.
Fox said, that the installation of
the computers will, in effect, pre-
dict trouble in the processing stage
before it happens and should prac-
tically do away with down time
because of malfunction.
Fox said 'that the Port St. Joe
plant is the first tall oil plant to
install such a system and will be
a pilot plant.
The new system will not replace
any workers, and will probably re-
quire some additional employees.
Michigan Growth
Bob Varvaeke, manager of the
Michigan Chemical Corporation
magnesia plant here, said that his
company is planning for some ex-
pansion in the new year.
Already on the way is the in-
stallation of a new rotary lime kiln,
which will entail a large invest-
ment by the Corporation.
Vervaeke said that the new kiln
would probably be about three
months in the coming and would
enable the plant to burn all its own
lime, which it hasn't been able to
do in the past.
The. new kiln is, being installed
'to upgrade product, increase pro-
ductioni and make a better oper-
ation locally. The ultimate goal for
the new kiln, according to Ver-
vaeke, is to better the plant's
profit percentage, in order that
the plant may be able to provide
better working conditions, better
wages for its employees and to pay
a dividend to its stockholders from
the Port St. Joe plant operations.
The firm employs 86 people in
the Port St. Joe plant.
Guest of the club was Rodman
Porter of Apalachicola.


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Banquet; Achievem
Pack "47" of the Cub Scouts held
s annual Blue and Gold Banquet
[onday night. FePruary 22. Gu
f the Pack xetl- Mr. Dave .M
local Committeeman, Mrs. May and
ruce, Mr. Bob Walton of PananM
ity, Director of Lake Sands Dis-
'ict. Cub Biff Quarles gave the
vocation. ''
The decorations and place card's.
ere made by the Cubs and center-
i around the theme of George
[ashington in the usual Blue and
old colors. Den 5 presentedL, a
short biographical sketch of George
Vashington's life. Participating 'in'
his were- Bobby and David Ken-
edy, Craig and Steve Davis, T:,n y
:cFarland and Ricky Hamm.
After an amusing talk by IMr
Valton of experiences in Cub
cout work, awards were made to,
he following boys:
Ikey Duren, Bobcat; Jim Mc-
eill, Bobcat; Phil Lewis, Bobcat;
d Elmore, Bobcat;. Lance Ritchie:
obcat; Troy Jones, Bobcat; Bif,
uarles, Bear, Service Star; Bobby,
ennedy, Lion, Service Star, Gdoid
nd Silver Arrowpoints; Craig Da
s,, Bear; Rusty Baxley, Wolf,
ear, Service Star; George McLaw-
on, Wolf, Assistant Denner.
Also, Ricky Hamm, Wolf; Steve
avis, Wolf; Jim Belin, Service
;ar, Denner; Steve Bass, Bear,
service Star, Silver Arrowpoint;
anny Baxley, Assistant Denner,
service Star; Steve Atchison, Den-
er, Service Star; Tommy Odom,
service Star; Lawrence Bowen,
service Star; Sam Ford, Service


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OR SALE: Beautiful old brick FOR SALE: Upright deep freeze, OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
house located in the loveliest 20 ft. Very good condition, rag content bond, all sizes. On-
ection of the city. 1800 sq. ft. of Phone 648-4194. 2tp-2-25 onskin, manuscript covers, carbon
ving area. Three large bedrooms', i paper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
dining room, Florida room, two FOR SALE: Photographic equip- Everything for-the office. The Star,.
bathrooms, large kitchen. Wall to ment. Includes enlarger, dryer, 227-3161.
all carpeting and ceiling to flbor damera and darkroom supplies.
rapes in living room. Central air All negatives of Lynart Studio, NEW SPRING SAMPLES JUST IN:
conditioning and heating system formerly of Port St. Joe. Write Famous name made-to-your mea-
tilt in oven and range, 13.5 c, ft' 5 5,Carolina Ave., Lynn Haven or sure suits, sport coats, trousers,
'eezer-refrigerator, garbage' dis- cal 265-5538. 2tc-2-25 uniforms, etc. Moderately priced&
osal unit, cedar lined closets. Dou- HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 Call Glenn Boyles or James Han-
le carport with workshop and rooms, 1 baths, carport, lonBOYLES Men and Boys Store,
tli'ty roo attached. Lot 100 drooms 1 baths, carport, Phone 227-421. Will accept evening
ility roo attached. Lot 100" x chain link fence, built-in kitchen, appointments. Call 648-4600.
Completely landscaped. fice wall to wall carpeting, glass show-
emorial WayGeorge Small, 109 Allen er doors i bath rom, new gas WANTED TOOBUY: Good used
S y heater. In excellent condition, furniture. Call us for highest
OR SALE: Property at White City $1,000 down payment. 108 West- prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
Contact Grover Holland at Flor- coft Circle or call 229-3291. ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfc
la National Bank for information. QR_ SALE: 3 bedroom frame PERSON WANTED to supply Raw-
OR SALE: College campus trans- house. Easy terms. See Cecil G. leigh products to consumers in
portation for those who do not Costin, Jr. tfc.2-11 Gulf County or Port St. 'Joe. oGod
ve automobile parking permits. R SALE wn bdr time to start. Write' Rawleigh FA-
L963 Honda 50. Like new cbndi- masonryhome. Located on Mar- Mempis Tenn. 2tp
o95.00. omphone 227-46rebut11 oh see monthBob vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5 FLOOR SANDING and Finishing,
inlaid linoleum, tile, hardwood
llzey. IF*OR SALE: Large mobile home and terrazzo. All work guaranteed.
OR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- lots at Mexico Beach on canal. Free Estimates. Port St. Joe Floor
ling at Oak Grove. Citizens' Fed- paying rent. Own your own. Finishing Co., J. D. Call.
ral Savings and Loanv As'oFedn Only $13.15 cash and $13.15 mo. .... .__
al Savings and Loan Associaton. Less than rent. R. L. Fortner, at TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex-
OR SALE: 3 bedroom house. din- phqne 648-3241. tfc-1-21 perience. Office in Dalkeith.
ing room, kitchen, Florida room FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished 2415,For appointment call Wewa 639-
ving room, large utility roomon apartment at216 6th Street 2415, R. L. Capps. pd1
1, Box 130, laWewnd View. Write Phone 229-4171. ltc INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
hone 639-2420. C. B. Harbuck:. 3p :FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house tax work also. Bookkeeping ser-
., completely furnished. Call 229-vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs.
OR SALE: Three bedroom house. completely furnished. Call 229- C. L. (Chuck). Gibson. lltc-1-14
9991 tfc225
Hardwood floors, built in electric 9 tc-2-25
?pliances, built in heating systeM-i; FOR RENT: Unfurnished large LOWER TAX RATES
Lain link fence. 2 years old. Fbr nice 2 bedroom house. Carport, Changes in deductions. You
formatio ncall 227-8341. tfc-22 laundry and storage room. Fenced need help?
k cb ac vard Phone 227-R8536 after INCOMF TAX CSORVICf


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
FOR SALE -
Mexico Beach Furnished
3 bedroom masonry, excellent
condition, $10,750.00.
2 bedroom, waterfront, $12,500.
2 bedroom, beach side of high-,
way, $7,900.00,
2 bedroom trailer, lot, $6,850.00.
2 bedroom, on front lot, $12,500.
2 bedroom, front corner lot, St.
Joe Beach, $7,500.00.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, house, 8 ex-
tra lots, beach side, $31,500.00.
Good terms available -
Unfurnished
3 bedroom, 2 bath, air condi-
tioner, many extras (new) $16,-
250.00.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, waterfront
large lot, $13,500.00.
2 bedroom on 2 lots, Beaqon
Hill, ,$4,500.00.L
6 lots, 75x100 ea. from Highway
98 to Gulf, Terms. $22,000.00.
Other lots, $1,000.00. and up.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
ACREAGE
RENTALS -_____ $45.0 per mo up
EMERSON SWEAT, Realtor
Mexico Beach Branch Office
19th St. & Hwy. 98 Ph. 648-4545
Elizabeth W. Thompson, Mgr.
CLASSIFIED ADSI
Midget Investments That Yield
Giant Returnsl


5:00 p.m. tfc-2-17 J. p. Clark 1017 Long Ave.
24 Years Experience
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1503 Monument Ave.
Call' 227-7816. tfc-2-18 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
man is as near as your telephone
FOR RENT: New, 1 bedroom fur- Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
fnished house with large porch. ANCE AGENCY, across from the
On St. Joe Beach. $55.00 month. Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
Call'648-3472. tfc-2-11 tance Moving. Free Estimates.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ed first floor apartment. Phone Buford Griffinu, phone 229-3097'
227-7761. tfc-1-28
WOOD WORKS-Screen doors,
FOR RENT: Furnished room with picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
private entrance and bat h. sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 227-4241. Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 1 I ,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
tage with large porch. Furnish- ing second and fourth Tuesday
ed. On St. Joe Beach. $35.00 week. nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Phone 648-3472. tfe-7-16 l-ome.
FOR RENTi 3 bedroom unfurnish for all popular machines. $1.00
FO7RR 'N 3ero ufu-91. 'he Star. Phone 227-3161.


ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone
FOR RENT: Business property on
Highway 98. With living quarters
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6
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

CHRISTIAN CHURCH MEMBERS.
If interested in forming local
congregation, contact Ali B. Jar-
mar, evangelist, 151 Hill Drive,
Panama City. 2tp-2-25


R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular con-
munication of Port St' Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., 'every f rsti
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.n.i



BILL J. RICH, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, 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. O.
Box 535.


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nual Blue and Gold (Continued From Page 1)
Aw d G* International Counsellor, Tom Pra-
lent Awards Given ter of Panama City gave the local
Lions a bit of history of Lionism
Star; Bobby Jordan, Service Star; nationally and in the State of Flor-
Tyler Smity, Service Star; David ida. The club was begun 47 years
,Gold Arrowpoint, Silver 'ago by Melvin Jones of Chicato. I1
'Af W6hi-it; John Paul Blount, l has grown 'to its present 750,00A
SetvitStar; Marshall Nelson, Two members with clubs in 128 coun-
Sel-h'Ve Stars. tries. .
Bi' Quarles, Cubmaster, thanked The first Lions was founded in
the. Mon Mothers; Mrs. Paul Blount, Florida in 1925 and has grown tre.'
Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. Fead Eth- mendously since that time.
eeridg'e, Mrs. Ray Leavell, Mrs. Guests of the Club from Panama
George McLawhon and Mrs. Bob City were Alton Boyd, Sam Guy,
:k npdy; Mrs. Jean Atchison, Sec- Savely McQuagge, Clyde Carlan,
retary and Tresurer; Mr. Law- Dev. Trumbull, Dan Britt, Low
renc'e Bowen, Assistant Cubmaster; Water Stafford, Joe Pijot, George
and 'all the Cubs' parents for their Hampton and Tom Prater. Bill Al-
'efforts during the past year. He steader of Port St. Joe was also a
also recognized Coach Carey guest of the club.
FlIore's part in training and help- _____
ingt,.t boys for the District Track
Meet .lat, year. City Cage. League Will
'The Cubs showed their appreci- 'Play In Tournament
atLon of the above with a "Grand _
How(I A good time was had by all The City Basketball League has
Cu.shrid families, ended its regular season's play with
-'. H____ S the Wewahitchka State Bank team
... CARD OF THANKS in the lead by a margin of fives
,. games.
I would like to take this means The end of season standings are"
to:, thank my friends for the cards, as follows:
flowers and visits during my long Team W. L.
stay 1in the hospital. Also, to say Wewa Bank 11 O'
a special thanks to the doctors Glidden Company -------- 6 5
and nurses. Raffield Fisheries _-____ 3 8
MYRTLE SIMPSON Florida Nat. Bank ------ 2 9
---- An intra-league tournament will
AS _begin on Monday of next weeky-
7ot The tournament will be played in
the Port St. Joe High School gym-

games in the tournament will be
played on Thursday night'of next
6 week.


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