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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 NUMBER 25
County Makes Roac
At Meeting of SRD
The Gulf County Commission ap- to 5th Street and from 10th'St., t
peared before the State Road De- 16th Street.
apartment Tuesday requesting their Palm Boulevard from 10th t
road work for the coming year in 14th Street.
primary and secondary funds. 4th Street from Woodward Ave
Holding first priority in the to point 450 feet West of Baltzel
county request were some 24 pro- Avenue.
jects scattered throughout the Avenue A from US 98 to Mai
county. Thirteen of the requests Street.
were located in the City of Port Avenue A from Battles Street t
St. Joe. North Garrison Avenue.
Requests receiving top priority, Avenue B from Battles Street t
in the City of Port St. Joe were: North Park Avenue.
Reid Avenue from 1st Street to Avenue F from Hodrick Stree
6th Street to BattlesStreet.
6th Street from Monument Ave., 11th Street from Monument Ave
to Woodward Ave. nue to Long Avenue.
13th Street from Monument Ave.- 12th Street from Monument Ave
to Woodward Ave. nue to Long Avenue.
7th Street from Monument Ave., Included in the second priority
to Woodward Ave. listing is 23 projects, eight o
Woodward Ave., from 1st Street
which are located in the City c
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
To some at the joint meeting of the PTA last Thursday night
.in the Port St. Joe High School Auditorium, the "big word" was
that Port St. Joe High stands a good chance not to, lose its accredi-
And. of course, this is important news. This is not denied.
But the thing that drew our attention was the statement by
Superintendent of Public Instruction, Marion Craig, that the Gulf
County School Board could not operate more school buildings and
facilities, even if someone were to give them to the County, free
of charge. The revenue, which must come from local funds to op-
erate the schools, just isn't available from local sources due to limi-
'tation of mills that can be levied by state law. GULF IS GETTING
ALL THE LOCAL MONEY IT LEGAL CAN.
And every penny is spent, niggardly, effectively and efficiently.
One of the main items for conjecture at the question and
answer session Thursday night was the possibility of a bond issue
against race track revenues to build needed facilities for the
county school system. But again we come back to the statement
h,:Cr' that e ny isn't rv. 'I -: ay the light bill, the fuel
bill, the maintenance bill and the staff bill for additional facili-
So, even though the possibility is very real that we may have
our accreditation status saved by money from a state bond issue,
our problems are still very real.
Let's take a look at the proposal by Senator George G. Tapper
to tie up the Gulf County portion of the present race track fund
to construct new school facilities. Tapper made this proposal in
light of the fact that reapportionment of the Florida Legislature,
ordered by the Supreme Court, will result in a domination of the
Florida Legislature by the large counties and a curtailment of our
race track moneys as we now know them. At present, each Florida
county gets an equal share of the race track funds. Tapper, and
all other knowledgeable legislators, predict that after reapportion-
ment, the race track funds will be allocated to the counties on a
population basis. This will mean that Gulf will be receiving approx-
imately $30,000 per year in place of $233,000 at the present time.
Let us pause here momentarily to say that we favor Mr. Tap-
per's plan for both the county and school board to tie up the fund
with revenue certificate issues.
In the past, it has been the practice in Gulf County for the coun-
ty to take half of the race track money and the school board to
take half. Herein lies another problem that will rear its head. With
the loss of approximately $100,000 in revenues, what will the School
Board do for operation money?
At the present tax rate, this loss will mean that it will take
approximately six and three-quarters mills to make up this ex-
pected loss of revenue.
But already the School Board is taxing the legal limit and
cannot make up their expected shortage with a six and three-quarters
mill hike in taxes.
With a lack of money for operation already a prime problem
we can readily see what will face the Gulf County School Board
with a loss of approximately one half of its operating revenue.
Of course, the only solution to the problem is revaluation.
It was nearly six years ago that The Star first advocated re-
valuation in Gulf County to keep us from getting into the position,
financially, that we now find ourselves to be in. This would have
solved the problem even before it arose.
But, too, we realize that paying taxes scares everybody-includ-
ing us. The spectre of having to pay taxes, when we have gone so
long without doing so, isn't going to prove to be the most popular
of subjects. But, to provide the necessities, we must provide the
While we are concerned with maintaining accreditation with
stop-gap measures, we are even more concerned with maintaining
quality education. While we believe it is a desirable position, we
cannot get too enthused with the idea that we must furnish larger
cafeterias and more showers to maintain accreditation. But we
will go along to give our students the aid this status will provide.
But in the areas of number one priority, in our mind, that
of instructional and learning tool excellence, we turn our atten-
tion. The only source of these items is you and I, the taxpayer.
We need to be concerned about the not-too-far-distant future. Re-
valuation, we believe, will b a MUST in a matter of months, even
if we are to maintain what we now have.
With the assumption that the entire race track fund can be
bound by revenue certificates, and discounting the money the coun-
ty will need to pay for courthouse certificates, we can see enough
mony available to back up approximately $3 million in new money
for school construction. It would seem a shame to pass up a chance
to make Gulf County's school system one of the best in Florida
merely because we couldn't afford the pay the light bill on such fa-
cilities. We believe then, it behooves every citizen to let our tax as-
sessor know of our interest in this matter.,
o Port St. Joe.
The County Board feels that it
to will have enough money to get all
Rights Act Compliance Plan
Adopted by Sch ool Board
and possibly most of the second Document Sent to State Department High Court Denies Bulkheading of Bay is
priority streets paved. Bay ID
Squests,thewithcountydasked for two For Filing With Federal Government Appeal of Wilbert Lee Mentioned Tuesday
n pieces of primary road work. They
requested that improvements on The Gulf County school board card to his next school, be it Jun- The U. S. Supreme Court this The question of bulkheading for
o U. S. 98 should be made near First Tuesday adopted a civil rights act ior High or Senior High. This de- Lee, under death sentence in Flor- of Port St. Joe, sneaked back into
Street in Port St. Joe and near the compliance plan providing that the vision, too, may be appealed to the ida in the shotgun murder of Jes- of Port St. Joe, sneaked back into
0o Dixie Bell Motel just West of Port School Board will select the school cson too may be appealed to the ida in the shotgun murder of Jes- the conversation Tuesday night at
St. Joe a student will attend in Gulf Coun School Board. sie L. Burkett in Highland View. the City Commission meeting.
t The Board asked that the road a- The new board policy will be Lee, whose conviction was up- The City had just accepted a
be raised in Port S. Joe sothat the The Board's plan provides that effective for the 1965-66 school held by the Florida Supreme Court lease for that portion of the pres-
be railroad track which crosses the "In the assignment, transfer or re- year and for all subsequent school which rejected his claim that he ent City Park that lies West of
highway at r hs point may also be assignment of any pupil attending years until changed by the board. was coerced into making a pur- Baltzell Avenue and between Fifth
highway at this point may also be a ssignment of any pupil attending The complete text of the com- ported confession, is one of 33 men and Sixth Streets, when Mayor
ThraisedSt. the public schools in Gulf County, pliance plan will be published in on death row at Raiford prison, Hannon expressed the desire for
y was also mentioned, but no defin- shall be that the assignment will the Minutes of the Board of Pub- awaiting electrocution, it to be possible for the City to
f ite action takenil George Dickens, be to the school earnest the resilic Instruction to be published in A second man, Grover Floyd, al- have more waterfront property
f SRDte action taken George Dickens, be to the school nearest the resi- next week's issue of The Star. so met death at the same time and Commissioner Coldewey then
SRD member, requested that the deuce of the pupil; provided: hox in the same case as Burkett, but stated that the City had a chance
Gulf County Commission present ever, the following considerations in the same case as Burkett, but stated that the City had a chance
a resolution as to the extent they may be applied in the assignment, Lee was not tried in this death, at such property a few years ago
Were willing to participate in con- transfer or re-assignment of any Newcomers To10 when a plan for f tbulkheading as brown
struction of this road. pupil, if such considerations aiie W. Sapp Is before the Board. Coldewey said
Attending the meeting from Gulf applied without regard to race, Port St. Joe Tanr Be W. D ath S before the Board. Coldewey said
County were Senator George Tap- color or national origin, TakenBy Death Sunda that the proposed bulkheading
per, Rep. Ben C. Williams, Gorge The document goes on to set Newcomers to the City of Port pr w ould h ave provided industrial
Y. Core, William J. Rish, T. D. forth that pupils desiring to en- St. Joe during the month of Febru- Charlie W. Sapp, age 58, passed property from the St. Joe Paper
Whitfield, Leo Kennedy, Ed Band- ter a certain school must pass cer- ary, include: away Sunday afternoon at his home perpetual park from 10th Street an a
jough, Haywood Borders, Claude tain achievement tests and be coin- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bowman, in White City. perpetual park from 10th Street
Lister, John White" and Max W. patible to the established bus 609 Garrison Ave. He is survived by his wife, Mary to the City Limits.
Kilbourn. routes for the school in question. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny F. Brad- Florence of White City; two step Hanndeon said that this was nmeot
-------- t The plan sets up no attendance shaw, 910 Woodward Ave. sons, William T. Sullivan of Win- made public at the time.
zones. Mr. Ken Jensen. nie Texas and Charlie B. Sullivan
ew Plt Filed SUBMITTED TUESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Kent Swicegood, of Lake Charles, La.; three daugh- 921 Now Have Signed
The plan was mailed Tuesday 530 Eighth St. ters, Mrs. Marjorie Louise Stitt, Name to City Voter Rolls
Ath t if d to the State Department of Educa-1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Payne, Rain- Chester, Pa., Mrs. Viola Cottriil, City Auditor and Clerk, J. B.
vgg ly IueS3ay tion where it will be passed on bow Motel. Winchester, Pa., Mrs. Mary Jane City auditor athisnd Clerk, J. B.921
new subdivision was added to the federal government as Gulf Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vassey, Ward Sapp, Pensacola; 16 grandchildren; have now signed up as registered
the official plat of the Cit of PorCounty evidence o compliance Ridge Trailer Park. three great grandchildren; two voters in the City of Port St. Joe
St. Joe Tuesday night, when of the City of Port 1964 civil ri t. All Mr. and Mrs. Fred Archer, 1506 ters, Mrs. Martha Virginia Rich- Wilias thimt ht iS
St. Joe Paer Coman filed Block school districts mustfile this planLong Ave. yards, Pensacola, Mrs. Mary M. Ni- of those eligibleto register in
St. of St. Josepaper Ch's Adnyition to th as evidence of compliance in order | Mr. and Ms. Jimmy Prevatt, 507 gro, Cleveland, Ohio; four brothers the City of Port St. Joe and
City of Port St. Joe, Unit No. to th to continue to receive federal Tenth St. Arthur and S. D. of Pensaola urges those not now registered
This property extends, Unit No. 10.ng funds Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Allstaetter, Mark M., of Lynchburg, Va., and to do so at the earliest possible
Baltzell Avenue betweends Fifth and Students to enter the first grade St. Joe Beach. Luke of Altha. time.
Seventh Streets and from Biltzell in Gulf County schools will have Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peavy, 1317 Funeral services were held Tues- ______ ___
!to Monument Avenue-ts and from Baghly from May 15 until the last day of Long Ave. day at 3:00 p.m. from the Assembly REVIVAL SERVICES AT FiRST
half of the area now occupied by the regular registration week to | Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Shead, Jr., of God Church of White City with BAPTIST CHURCH THIS "'A.:
the City Park as far South as enroll their child. A letter will then 308 Thirteenth St. Rev. R. M. Addison officiating. BAPTIST CHURCH THIS ,.. .
Seventh Street. be forthli)nr from the Superin- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Langford, Burial was in Pi-ie Memorial Ceme- Thel First -:'.1 Churchli"rie in
The Company also offered a tendent's office stipulating which:Oak Grove Trailer Park. tery near Blountstown. Por,t St. Joe is conducting revival
lease agreement to the City for the school the pupil shall attend. U Welcome, friends, to the St. Joe Comforter Funeral Home was in services this week with Rev. Gene
area between Baltzell and the. Bay the selection is not suitable, th- Community. i charge of arrangements. Watterson as'the evangelist.
for a park, which the City accept- parents may appeal the decision
ed. to the School Board. .' r"" .-
Once a child has been establish- [ -
In other business the City: ed in a certain school, he will re- S .
Accepted a bid of 6.7 cents per main assigned there until he gra.
therm from St. Joe Natural Gas duates from that phas of educ.- '
Company to supply fuel to the Mu- tion. The principal of his school P-.a ".
nicipal Hospital. will assign the pupil on his report I '.:jij
'; Granted a request made by
W. C. Roche for office space in the Graveside Services for The Gulf County Chapter of the Zone 8 Martin Britt, Zone 9-Tom In the area of Gulf County with
City Hall for use by the Chamber American Red Cross has designat- Ford, Zone 10-George Small.' the possibility of hurricanes and
of Commerce. C. 0. Montgomery ed the week of March 8 through North St. Joe District-Charles Os- tornadoes it could bring immediate
Heard a statement of commen- March 14, 1965 as "1965 Red Cross borne, Charles Kimball. St. Joe assistance by providing needed
nation from Rev. J. C. Odum for Clarence 0. (Tom) Montgomery, Fund Drive Week." Fead Ether- Beach-Mrs. Marion Craifg. Over- shelter, food, clothing and medical
the City Board's interest in the age 68, passed away Friday after- idge, Fund Chairman, will kick-off street-Tom Thornton. White City aid.
hospital and for providing such fa- noon in the Municipal Hospital fol- the campaign with a breakfast in -W. C. Robinson. Oak Grove-An- After the immediate needs have
cilities for use by the citizens, lowing a lengthy illness, the St. Joe Motel at 7:30, Monday, drew Potera. Wawahitchka-Coun- been taken care of the Red Cross
SGranted a request for $5000 Montgomery was a long-time March 8. Mr. Etheridge explained ty Fund Chairman, Mrs. Max Kil- will rebuild or repair homes, pro-
Grade by Charles Smith for the St. resident of Port St. Joe and Gulf the drive this year will be house to bourn. vide necessary furnishings, and ex-
Joseph Historical Society The mo- County. house collection. Approximately 80 The Red Cross story is service to tend medical and nursing care to
ne will be used in connection with He is survived by one brother, local volunteers are taking part in the community. It begins with a victims with disaster injuries or
a study of old Spanish ruins on St George, of Port St. Joe; two sisters the drive. Zone captains named to concern for health, safety and the illnesses. In our own Gulf Coast,
oseph Peinsu of old Spanish ruins on St. Mrs. B. E. Parker, Wewahitchka head their districts are: welfare of our neighbors. It begins the Red Cross Hurricane Watch
Joseph Peninsula by a FSU promeofes-and Mrs. Doris Childs of Panama Industry Tom S. Coldewey. with the care of the sick and in- alerts all chapters when a hurri-
sor of archeology and some of his City. Business District-James Costin, jured, courses taught by Red Cross cane threatens. Another area close
students. Graveside funeral services weie Port St. Joe. District, Zone 1- Nursing Services. It begins with to home is the needs of our service-
:: Awarded a bid for gasoline,,held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday in Mag Harry Smith, Zone 2-Robert Fa- training in first aid and water safe- men and dependents. The Red
oil and related products to J. La- nolia Cemetery in ApalachicoLa, liski, Zone 3-Lamar Moore, Zone ty to prevent accidents and save Cross provides communication to
mar Miller, Standard Oil agent, for conducted by Rev. C. Byron Smnih. 4-R. V. Buchert, Zone 5-Mrs. lives. It extends to the blood pro- any part of the world and helps cut
the City's needs during the coming Comtoiter Funeral Home was in Ada Clair Gloekler, Zone 6-Bas. 'gram, which provides an essential red tape to bring our servicemen
year. charge of arrangements. corn Hamm, Zone 7-Leo Shealy, lifeline for the sick and injured. (Continued On Page 12)
Craig Says Chances Good To Retain Accreditation
Superintendent of Public Instruc- to secure the money, have been ed classrooms, a Class A priority, struction had already been tenta- school buildings, they couldn't be
tion, Marion Craig and members of favorable, but that the final ap- and this need took all of the con- tively prepared and that plans were used, because Gulf wouldn't have
the Gulf County Board of Public In- proval of providing Gulf County struction money. And further still, in the offing for a separate lunch the operation money and the main-
struction told approximately 300 with needed money is not likely Craig said that state money cannot room building that would feed 942 tenance money to keep the build-
people at a PTA meeting last Thurs- to come until April or May. be used for library construction, children and could be easily ings going. He pointed out that
day night that the School Board was Craig said that it will be June, and the better part of Gulf's con. doubled in size. Gulf is now getting every dime for
reasonably sure that loss of accre- at the earliest before a contract struction money is state money. Craig told those present that this purpose that it can legally get
ditation for Port St. Joe High can be let for the necessary The Board was asked the ques- they need to be prepared to go off under our tax structure. Money now
School had been headed off. Supt. work to be done. tion as to whether the anticipat- the accredited list of the state supplied for this purpose is barely
Craig stated emphatically that The question was asked of the ed state money would save Port money anticipated isn't obtained, adequate to operate the buildings
nothing was yet certain in the at- School Board as to why these steps St. Joe's accreditation. Craig stat- Discuss Needs now in use, and additional build-
tempt to stave off the loss of accre- were not taken several years ago, ed that in a conversation with The meeting was called to dis- ings would find themselves sitting
ditation of the High School. since it was learned as long as five a Dr. McGuire, of the Southern cuss the above subject, but as the silent and empty for want of op.
The School Board is trying to years ago that the local High Association, he had been assured discussion died out, Craig invited eration money.
borrow money to provide neces- School faced loss of accreditation that Port St. Joe would lose its questions into other areas of school The Superintendent said that
sary construction set out as for lack of lunchroom, library, and accreditation in September of this needs. .the School Board ,to a man, is ag-
needed by the Southern Associ- shower and locker facilities. Supt. year if some construction isn't Of course the first matter gressive and progressive and with
ation of Accreditation. Craig told Craig stated that even though the under way at the time of the brought up was the matter of a the help of the people of Gulf in
those present that the State of school faces loss of accreditation in visit of the Southern Association bond issue to bring all of the Gulf correcting some of the situations
Florida has sold bonds to help these areas, they are classed by the in that month. County system up to par and pro- that now retard progress of the
counties in their school needs state as Class B priority and all Architect Norman P. Gross, vide more buildings with an eyr schools, the system will surge forth
and that Gulf is eligible for Class A priority needs must be architect for the work to provide out for future needs. Craig told with a new vitality.
about $225,000 of this money, taken care of first. The state has facilities needed at the high school, the audience that if someone was _____
Craig said that all steps so far declared that certain schools need- said that plans for the needed con- to make Gulf County a gift of new SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 of way was accepted and ordered sign a contract with him. Mr. Gross Chairman directed the Attorney
recorded. was invited to come to the table to check into this matter.
The Board then entered into an to discuss this matter. The Attor- The Board instructed the Clerk
Stheagreement with Bob Little to pur- ney asked if everyone had a copy to pay the following bills from the
MINUTES of the chase fill dirt in, the amount of of the letter that Mr. Gross wrote Welfare Fund:
$275.00. (Recorded in 0. R. Book about the contract.. All commis- Revell's I. G A. Store, for Elsi
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION 23, Page 973). sioners had a cope of said letter. Hughes, $15.00.
The Clerk notified the Board Mr. Gross then discussed the con-
that it is tomeet with the State tract presented by the Board and Revell's I. G. A. Store, for Velma
Road Department at 11:30 A. M., said that there were some minor Plowman, $15.00.
C.S.T., March 2, 1965, in Tallahas- objections to said contract, but University Clinics, for Marion F.
Wewahitchka, Florida ondary road resolution to be pre- see for the purpose of considering generally, it was a good contract Parish, $8.00.
February 9, 1965. sented to he State Road Depart- the County's road needs for the and one that he will siwn. After Municipal Hospital, for Sallie
The Board of County Commis- ment on March 2, 1965, at the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1965; discussion the Chairman asked the Layfield, $73.90.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, budget hearing to be held in Talla-that the State is requesting the Attorney if the Board has a bind- Munical Hosital for Ann Rob
met this date in regular session hassee. The Chairman then asked County to present its secondary ing contract with Norman P. Gross. Munis Hospital, for Ann Rob-
with the following members pres- that each member of the board road resolution at this time. After The Attorney advised that the erts $ 5.00
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chair- give this matter full consideration discussion, the Chairman suggested Board has a binding verbal con- Municipal Hospital, for Ethel La-
man, Leo Kennedy, James Horton, between now and the budget that the Board meet with the City tract with Mr. Gross, the terms of nier, $75.00.
T. D. Whitfield, and Walter Gra- ing of March 2, 1965. Commission- Commissi6ners of Port St. Joe and which have never been completely Municipal Hospital, for Rhonda
Roam. The Suplerint, endent andriff, AMosquitorney, er raham discussed the possibil- Wewahitchka before March 2nd to filled in and it has been the inten- Kay Gainous, $75.00.
Controad Superintendent and Mosquito ity of issuing bonds againsorder that determine what streets should be tions of the Board to get these Calhoun General Hospital, for
Control Supervisor were also pres- secondary roadr the St. Joseph included in the next budget. things filled in one way or an- Herman Lightfoot, $75.00.
ent. ,the $200,000 for the Josep on motion by Commissioner other with someone; the extent of Calhoun General Hospital, for
9:00 A. The meeting came to order strPeninsula Park roa an amgll otht ber Whifield, seconded by Commis- damages which Mr. Gross has suf- Johnny Armstrong, $75.00.
9:00 A. M. The Clerk opened pavstreets in the Counsame time. He stated sooner Graham and duly carried, a feared should you terminate him Calhoun General Hospital, for
meeting with prayer announced t paved at the bond issue the $200 resolution was adopted to request cannot be determined by me; you for Johnny Armstrong, $75.00.
The Chbids forman announced that without the 000 for Park bond ssueld preventhe State Road Department of the do not have a written contract with Smith Funeral Home, for Henry
the bids fore theasolineand oils be some000 for Park road wouldbeing prevent State of Florida to widen Orange him because that has never been Rogers, $75.00.
rpened before the minutes were some of the streets being pveAvenue East of State Road 71. signed; you had an original con- The Chairman suggested that the
Pread. onteuih where many of our citizens live, Uon motion by Commissioner tract with him for the remodeling County receive bids on all tires,
Pursuant to notice published ac ut with thebond issue the en Horton seconded by Commissioner of the jail. In your minutes after both new and re-caps. After dis-
cording to ,law, the following bids program could be completed. The Horton, seconded by Commissio ther elecin your minutes after both new and re-caps. After dis-
cordin tosell Gulf Caw the following bds gaso- Chaigram coulsaid that he was not Graham and duly carried, a resolu- the election you directed Mr. Grosscussion, there was a motion by
to sell Gulf County all of its gasoto- Chairman said that he was not ah adopted to request the to proceed with the designing of a Commissioner Whitfield, seconded
line, fuel oil, greases and motor against a bondmplete infossuebuation as State Road Departmentof the new Courthouse, etc., on two or by Commisisoner Kennedy and
oils bids were received from We- required complete ite infwould formation as State of Florida to provide pass- three occasions since that time you duly carried that the Board adver-
wahitchka Hardware Company and. tothe effects t would have on the ing lanes at the intersection of have discussed it with- him; you tise for all times (new and re-caps).
Standard Oil Comany, Jackson- uld consider asking before he is- State Road 30 and DuPont Drive in adopted a resolution to enter a Bids to be received March 9, 1965,
ville Floridcons would consideration, Coder asking or the s- sue.the City of PortSt. Joe. standard AIA contract with him at 9:00 A. M.
After consideration, Commis- sue. The Farm Agent presented his and it is my opinion you have a The Chairman discussed a policy
sioner Kennedy moved that the Commissioner Kennedy reported report for January and the same binding verbal contract with him that this Board make all purchases
Mosquito Control Department pur- that he attended a State Association was ordered filed and if you execute this contract Iin the County, provided the pur-
chaseall of its requirements from of County Commissioners Roads The Clerk read a safety recom- you will then have a binding writ- chases can be made in the County.
the Standard Oil Company and and Highways Committee meeting mendations report from the Flor- ten contract, but that does not, Upon motion by Commissioner Hor-
that the Road 'Department and held in Gainesville on February 4, ida Industrial Commission. The mean that you would have to live ton, seconded by Commissioner
Courthouse purchase all require- 1965; that said Committee passed Chariman requested all recommen- with the contract all the way Whitfield and duly carried, that
ments from the Wewahitchka Hard- a resolution asking the State Asso- dations be complied with. through, that either party could this Board set up and abide by the
ware Company ,for the period ciation to request the 1965 Legis- The Clerk read a, letter from Mr. break it any time you see fit, but policy of making all purchases
February 15, 1965 to February 15, lature to give all of the 7th Cent H. R. Maige, of the St. Joseph Land you'would have some consequence within Gulf County, providing that
1966. Motion seconded by Commis- gasoline tax money to the coun- and Development Company, with from such action, which would be the prices are as good or better
sioner Horton and upon vote was ties; he then attended, with C. R. reference to said Company lending determined by the Court if and than out of County prices and pro-
unanimously carried. Laird, County /Agent, and George the county 'tanks for the purpose when you had to litigate in the ab- viding the needed items can be
The minutes for meetings of Y. Core, Clerk, the County Corn- of building a barge to float the, sence of reaching an agreement. purchased in the County.
- January 25th and 26th were read, misioners University Orientation, County dragline ,to be used in con- Commissioner Graham asked the Bills were presented, examined,
approved and adopted. which was held at the University structing the Sauls Creek Road. If Attorney if the Board decided to approved and ordered paid.
The Chairman reported that he of Florida. was brought out that the Road De- terminate Mr. Gross, could there The Clerk reported the following
attended a meeting of Chairmen The Clerk read a release to re- apartment had been. ordered to do be a law suit if Mr. Gross chose to cash balances in the county funds,
of 'County Commissioners and turn to work from Dr. S. Grant no construction work at this time. bring suit against the County. The to-wit:
members of the Legislature of Holmes, M.D., stating that Shade The Chairman suggested that the answer was in the affirmative. General Fund---------$87,601.58
those counties comprising the 25th T. Morris is released to go back to 'Road Commisisoner get with Mr. Commissioner Graham stated that, Fine and Forfeiture --- 40,017.26
Senatorial District and Mr. James work. After consideration, there Maige and Mr. Lister to see if they this Board, with three of its pres- Capital Outlay ----- 55,072.591
Lee, Member, State Road Depart- Was a motion by Commissioner will furnish the materials for this ent members have been working Pest Control 5,802.88
-ment; that said meeting was spon- Horton, seconded by Commissioner road if the county furnishes the with Mr. Gross for three months Road and Bridge _---- 20,196.37
scored by Senator George G. Tapper, Whitfield and unanimously carried labor. Commissioner Whitefield without a signed contract,, but in County Free Library 12,561.49
that the financing of the St. Jos- that Shade T. Morris be allowed to suggested that the County main- good faith, and he now informs the There being no further business,
eph Peninsula Park Road was dis- return to work on February 16, tain that part of the road that is Board that he will execute the con- the meeting did then adjourn.
cussed at length; that Mr. Lee 1965. already there. The Chairman said tract as offered by this Board; if /s/ James G. McDaniel,
stated that if Gulf County would The Clerk reported that all of this matter will be tabled for the we now choose to terminate him Chairman.
appropriate $200,000 for the con- the unpaid bills for the Road De- present, but that routine mainten- then and in that event, this Board Attest:
struction of this road, that the apartment for the last fiscal year ance would be done on this road. has thrown dollars down the drain /s/ George Y. Care, ,Clerk.
State would furnish the balance were picked up by said Depart- The Chairman announced that of tax payers money. The Chair-
required and that we could be as- ment on January 29, 1965. the next business would-be to con- man called for a decision on
sured of getting said road con- Bob Little presented a 50 foot sider .a contract for Norman P. whether or not to execute a con-
structed; that this Board should right of way for a road leading to Gross, Architect; that the Board tract with Mr. Gross. Whereupon,
include the $200,000 for the con- his home in Section 25, Township promised Mr. Gross that it would 'there was a motion by Commission-
struction of said road in its sec- 3 South, Range 10 West. Said right make a decision whether or not to er/ Graham, seconded by Commis-
sioner Kennedy to execute the con-
tract as prepared by this Board ch These re t
with Norman P. Gross, Architect,
for the designing and supervision
Iof the construction of a new court- models at ou
*i house and jail'in the City of Port m
St. Joe. Upon vote the following
voted: Aye,,Graham and Kennedy;
i Commissioner Whitfield request-
ed the minutes show that he will
not vote for any architect until
She knows exactly what we want
arid howmuch it will cost.
The Chairman requested Mr.
Gross to present the county a state-
Iment for the work he has already
done and said that Board would --
like to settle this matter out of
court. Mr. Gross said that the ac-
tion taken by this Board has dam- '
aged his reputation that he had
built up over the last 20 years and
S'that fact would have to be consid-
ered in any remuneration. -
O R Commissioner Graham discussed
-the county map project that has
Seen under consideration; that he
now has prices from one printed
Sfr n 14 x 22 map. After discussion, .
S%, Bthe Board directed the Clerk to ad-
LO a vertise for prices on this map, in & i
black and white and color. Bids to
be received March 9, 1965.
Comimisgioner Kennedy told the
Board that he has found much op-
position to the Board appointing
G RW said that Commissioner Whitfield
was doing a good job but that he
could not take care of the problem
G R O W Iin the south end of the County as
wel las a Commissioner that lives
in Port St. Joe. After discussion,
there was a motion by Commis-
-. sioner Kennedy, seconded by Comn-
missioner Graham that the Chair-
man appoint an additional Road
S i Commissioner from the south end -
of the County. Upon vote ,the fol-
lowing voted: Aye, Kennedy and
Graham; Nay, Horton, Whitfield
*1 and the Chairman.
The Board unanimously adoted
a resolution requesting the State
Road Department of the State of
I Florida to widen the intersecting
road between State Highway S382
Let them enjoy energy-rich, pure fresh milk and old Kenny's Mill Road at their
point of intersection.
often! Remember one quart of milk daily pro- Commissioner Kennedy inform-
ed the Chairman that from this Each of these beauties
videos approximately 85% of a child's protein re- date, he would a ttend to all roadeis
problems in his district and not priced in its line. But th
quiremets. Our milk is produced, bottled and rely on the Road Commissioner to show it. Or the inte
qt our vilk is p oucd botte a do it. w: performance.
deivre une The Attorney discussed a re- Tha t luxurious Biscayr
delivered under most careful supervision. Keep quest to him by this Board to look as many expensive cars, h
plenty on hand. Deep 'em growing healthy! of certain streets in the Oak Gio interiors, plush vinyls, f
area; that he has discussed this deep-twist carpeting.
matter with Mr. H. R. Maige who Chevelle, America's f
Delivered at no extra charge to your represents the land owner involved; mediate-size car, has clear
door available at your favorite groc- come up with a more comprehen-a e s
er's. Call 639-2356, Wewahitchka, col- roads in that area and that his Chevy II got a lot sm
company would give it full consid- but stayed sensible! Sti
elect, for home delivery! eration. Upon motion by Commis- easy to handle, economy
Sstoner Graham, seconded by Comn- lowest priced Chevrolet
missioner Whitfield and duly car-
SHei De Aa n r CS. ried, the Board *is to request the Drive something really
_____________________~i__________________ _________ St. Joseph Land and Development anvwe. (
necessary right of way when this
0 plan has been fully developed.
The Board discussed a project by
the U. S. Army Engineers to do
additional channel improvements i
on the Apalachicola River in which
N Gulf County has been requested to Jim (1 Oft P e r
furnish certain easements from the
BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS land owners. The Clerk reported
Gulf County's Only Producing Dairythat one land owner has agreed to 401 WILLIAMS AVENUE
give the necessary easement but
that the other land owner has not
agree to give their easement. The
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.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 POSTOFFICE Box 308
entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.510
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable 'or damage further than amount received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfull-
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
inces. The spoken word is lost; th2 printed word remains.
Free Enterprise Could Do Better
This month we received in the mail a mat five columns
wide by 12 inches deep, which is evidently one of the first
salvos in the War on Poverty, which we were asked to run
free of charge for the Government.
So did 12,000 other editors throughout the country. One
paper we have seen ran the mat, big as it it. A few other
editors ran the copy as a part of their personal columns. But
not one Minnesota paper. Rather, it went on to say:
"The mat has a big heading: 'BE SOMEBODY,' and then
tells about the opportunities for young people 16 to 21 years
of age, out of school, who can't find jobs and can't serve in
the armed forces, in joining the Job Corps.
"In the Job Corps, the youths were told, they'll associate
with other young people their age, eat good food, learn a
trade. BEST OF ALL, they get $50 a month while learning.
"Now this is a wonderful opportunity! The US Govern-
ment is spending millions of dollars on the program. The
newspapers were asked to contribute, with this first adver-
tisement, about $600,000 worth of space and the Government
spent maybe $20,000 on the mat, mailing, etc.
"Why do we question it?
"We will very gladly take youths 16 to 21 years of age
and teach them a trade if we can get by with paying them
$50 a month plus board and room. In fact years ago our print-
ing plant and others like it throughout the country did just
that. And this same thing happened in virtually every trade.
"But now we can no longer do that. We must pay mini-
mum wages, including time-and-one-half for overtime.
"Youths, who do not have financial resources, can no
longer go out on their own and learn a trade because no em-
ployer can hire them except at great financial loss to the
company while the youths are learning. They must go, in-
stead, to a trade school, and if they don't have money for
tuition they can't go there.
"We don't know what procedure the Government plans
to follow with its Job Corps. Perhaps they will subsidize
some of the schools to teach trades. That will mean more mil-
"If we really want to War on Poverty, we can do it by
allowing business to have the same privileges the Govern-
ment is taking in this instance. If an in-shop apprentice train-
ing program were allowed at reasonable salary rates, a lot
of youths today walking the streets could be gainfully learn-
ing a trade. And they'd do it at no expense to the taxpayer.
"However, such a program is too simple. There are no
bureaucrats mixed up in it!"
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 men Need nfo benefits?"
1 B IWee iNTO It also points out that children
Minutes of The rty of a working woman can be paid
Minutes of The 00 tymonthly benefits at her death,
M SS0 ABB "Aswers even if they continue living with
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION A new booklet, "Answers to a their father, and even if he is
Woman's Questions About Social working.
Security," is now available at thei The Social Security protection
Wewahitchka, Florida then announced that the Chamber Panama City Social Security Dis- provided nonworking wives is de-
February 23, 1965. will have a full time secretary and trict Office John V: Carey Social scribed in a separate series of ques-
The Board of County Commis- that the office will be open for the O ce ,
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, use and benefit of the public. The Security District Manager, an- tions and answers. There is also a
met this date with the following Chairman assured Mr. Roche the nounced today. section on the woman's role in the
members present: James G. Mc- orer for maps by the county would Written from the woman's point Social Security program as an em-
SDaniel, Chairman, Walter Graham, be left open for the number re- the womanoyer of household help.
Leo Kennedy, James C. Horton and quired by the Chamber. of view, the booklet may however player of household help.
T. D. Whitfield. The Clerk, Sheriff, i The Board discussed a letter find wide readership among the Women have always had an im-
Attorney, Road Superintendent and from Senator George G. Tapper male population as well. Carey stat- portant place in the Social Security
Civil Defense director were also with reference to the distribution ed the booklet provides answers to' program. Carey pointed out, noting
present. of race track funds in the face of questions such as: "Can a working that a woman was the first person
The meeting came to order at reapportionment by the legislature.
6:30 P. M. The Attorney opened It was decided that a special meet- woman collect both her own retire- in the country to receive a monthly
the meeting with prayer. ing be called for March 4, 1965, at ment benefit and also a full wife's Social Security retirement check
Mr. Wiley Garrett of the United the City Hall in Port St. Joe to benefit?"; "If the husband of a 25 years ago. But, Carey said, there
States Department of Agriculture consider this matter. working woman dies, can she be is more need than ever for a wom-
appeared before the board and said The Board approved the Indigent ,;n a"vt1inT based on his work an to know about her Social Se-
that he Was requestell by the Tu- Roll for February to be paid March
pelo Soil Conservation District to 1, 1965, and added the following under Social Security?"; and "Un- curity protection.
inform the Board the status of its names: der what conditions can the hus- Over 25 million women are work-
Wetappo Water Shed Application. County Indigent Roll: James Mar- band of a working woman be paid ing today, more than ever before
He said the application was over tin (one payment only) $15.00; -- in our history. Nine out of ten
four years olndon the eason nothe- Mar Alice Odon, $15.00. Claims Judge and White City Fire women can expect to hold jobs or
County hasno beenabli done is because the MothersPension: Mary Alice Department and Highland View work in their own businesses or
to authorize a tax levy to finance m, Stat Road DFire Department and reported that professions during some part of
to authorize a tax levy to finance The State Road Department noti- Iall equipment was found in its
the local cost that nothing can be field the Board by letter that83 ad- proper place and accounted for their lifetimes and earn credit to-
done until such legislationtheasC n ditional square yards of paving has ,The master list for the Civil De- ward Social Security benefits.
man said no acdisonwould be been approved for Orange Street, fense Department was returned to Those who are not working should
taken tonight but that the Board utthat request for other add- the Clerk. Commisisoner Kennedy know about the protection they
will consider this matter at a later tional work is being investigated said that he will bring in the mas- have as dependents or survivors of
will consider this matter ata later and will be reported at a later date. ter list on the other departments.ents or survivors of
meeting after discussing it with Mr. A. P. Jackson filed a report There being no further business family breadwinner, Carey con-
the land owner involved. "of a meeting of the Region Threeto come before the meeting, it did eluded.
Mr. J. B. Wililams, City Clerk, U. S. Civil Defense Conference held the adourn. Copies of the meeting it did Answers to a Wom-
City of Port St. Joe., and Mr. E. A. in Mobile. Alabama, on February /s/ James G. McDaniel, Quopies of "Answers to a Wom-
Bandjough, City Commissioner, 19-21, 1965, and discussed same. /s/ James G. McDaniel, an's Questions About Social Se-
City of Wewahitchka, presented The Board authorized Mr. Jackson Attes Chairman.curity district office or you may
resolutions. requesting certain to employ a secretary from the test: curity district office, or you may
street work under the next second- State Civil Defense office to up- /s/ George Y. Core, Clerk. stop by and pick one up.
ary road construction program date the filing system in the county
which will be presented to the office and to prepare a new oper-
State Road Department March 2, national plan for Gulf County. A
1965, in Tallahassee. After discus- Commissioner Graham discussed
sion, the Board voted to accept said street and drainage problems in A 1 B
resolutions and include each re- White City. It was decided that the,
quest in the-1965-1966 Secondary necessary right of way can now be I
Road Resolution to the State Road obtained and providing said right EMORY STEPHENS Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mr. P. T. McCormick, represent- of way is forthcoming, the work 1308 McClelland Ave. Phone 227-3781
ing the Highland View Fire De- Commilssioner Whitfield discuss-
partment, informed the Board that ed the possibility of accepting a 30 Buy Now ESTIMATES
said Fire Department is in urgent foot right of way to provide a road And ESTIMATES
need of finances to carry on the for a home owner in the northern! FREE
operations. The Board through an part of the County. Commissioner S A V E
error paid the White City Fire De- Graham said the Board has a pol-
partment the funds that should icy not to accept a right of way less LOW DOWN PAYMENT LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
have been paid to Highland View; than 50 feet and that the Board has Written Guarantee on Labor and Material
that this Board has requested the heretofore rejected rights of way Written Guarantee on Labor and Materials
White City Fire Department to re- less than 50 feet. This matter was RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL
fund the Highland View funds and It bled until the members of the
if this money is not refunded this Board have time to make an in-
week ,the Board will then discon- section of the proposed right of,
tinue further payments to that fire way. I
department until after 1966. The Commissioner Horton informed CIRCT AM TUH IST CU rU
Board agreed to contact the offi- the Board that Mr. W. C. Forehand I J I I H I SHURLH
cers of the White City Fire Depart- wants the County to construct a Intersection Monument and Constitution
meant and get this due Highland new road across his property, Intersection Monument and Constitution
View Fire Departrent. 'which would be 1320 feet long and REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D., Minister
Mr. W. C. Roche, President, Port 50 feet wide. After discussion, the
St. Joe, Gulf County Chamber of Board said that Mr. Forehand must'. A
Commerce, appeared 'before the, first have the proposed road sur- Church School .... 9:45 A.M.
Board and discussed the county veyed and then furnish the Board MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
maps that the Board has advertised a copy of the survey and a deed to Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
for He said the Chamber would the road. Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
probably want several thousands Commissioner Kennedy reports Evening Worship -...... ------7:30 P.M.
maps that would be paid for by that he, with Commissioners Hor-i Bible Study (Wednesday 7:30 PM
the Chamber; that the final order ton and Graham have completed Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
should be left open to allow the making an inventory of the Pest "Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
Chamber to place its order. He Control, Health Department, Small
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965
Miss Connie Dianne Hannon Married
To James Edward Smith Saturday
Miss Connie Dianne Hannon and
Mr. James Edward, Smith were
united in marriage at four o'clock
in the afternoon, Saturday, Febru-
ary the twenty-seventh, in a beau-
tiful and inspiring ceremony per-
formed by The Reverend Paul Ho-
garty in' St. Joseph's Catholic
Church of Port Saint Joe.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
majestic Wedding March as reces-
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was regal and lovely in
a gleaming silk-faced peau de sole
and Alencon lace wedding gown.
The empire bodice featured long
sleeves and portrait neck line
framed with lace. Panels of the
same luxurious lace cascaded down
cafe crepe designed on empire
lines. The velvet bodice was fash-
ioned with Dior sleeves and cameo
neckline. A satin band in matching
red defined the waist above the
floor length crepe skirt.
The bridesmaids were Miss Sha-
ron Laiche of Baton Rouge, Louisi-
ana, Miss Charlene Hannon, cousin
of the bride, of Tallahassee, Miss
Mickey Thompson of Port Saint
Joe, Miss Palmer Sherer of Bir-
mingham, Alabama, Miss Lynn
Rawls, also of Birmingham, and
Miss Ashley Smith, cousin of the
bridegroom, of Tuscaloosa, Ala-
bama. Their gowns were identical
to that of the maid of honor. Their
head pieces were miniature tiaras
of pearls and crystals. They car-
ried crescent colonial bouquets of
red carnations with red velvet
The mother of the bride chose
for her daughter's wedding a street
length gown of aqua re-embroider-
ed ribbon lace. Her hat, gloves,
and slippers were of matching
color. Her- corsage was of white
The mother of the groom was
similarly gowned in a street length
sheath dress of pastel pink silk.
It was trimmed with rhinestone but-
tons, and had a matching jacket.
Her hat and gloves were also pas-
tel pink. Her slippers and purse
were in white kid. Her corsage was
also of white Butterfly roses.
Frank Douglas May,, ring bearer,
cousin of the bride, dressed in
white velvet Etonian suit, carried
the rings on a white brocade satin
pillow with satin cord edging. Kay
Grey, flower girl, and also a cousin
of the bride, wore white organza
and lace. She carried a white bas-
ket containing petal red rose buds
edged with French illusion, white
satin ribbon, lilies of the valley,
pearl hearts and' nylon butterflies
adorned the handle. She wore a
nylon rouched coronet, with a sin-
gle rosebud in her hair.
-and Mrs. Frank Hannon of Port the sides of the A-line skirt lavish- Immediately following the mar-
Saint Joe. The bridegroom is the ly bordering the dress and achiev- riage ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Robert ing a young, turn of the century Hannon entertained with a recep-
Smith, also of this city. look, spreading into a graceful tion at their home on 1302 Consti-
Massed white chrysanthemums chapel train. tution Drive.
and roses with delicate cascades of A frothy head dress of French The guests were welcomed at the
greenery, shaped into elongated ar- lace de chine flowers held the veil door by Mrs. Paul Fensom. Parfait
rangements were placed on either of silk illusion, roses in 'tall silver vases graced a
side of the high altar. Within the The bride carried her maternal traditional Biedermeier in the en-
chancel rail at either side were grandmother's prayer book cover- trance hall that held the bride's
masses of white roses styled into a ed with white lace, also a cascade book. This was attended by Miss
rhythmic composition of Emerald of white Phalenopsis orchids, cen- Susan Whitlock of Rochester, New
palms and Woodwardia fern. Gold-'tered with two larger white orchids York. The guests were introduce
en pyramidal standards with white interspersed with real lilies of the to the receiving line by Mrs. Wil-
candles cast a soft glow and corn- valley with satin -treamers and liam Whaley.
pleted the setting for the exchang- tear drop pearls and love knots. Brilliant clusters of roses of
ing of the nuptial vows. The bridegroom chose as his best assed colors blending from bright
Arrangements of white fugi man his father, JohDl Robert Smith. scarlet accents to deeper hues of
mums and satin ropng designated His usher groomsnen were Charles red ornamented the spacious
the family pews. Window recesses B. King, Jr., of Americus, Georgia, rooms, oened ensuite of the
of the sanctuary held single burn- Keith Wiggins of Pine Bluff, Ar- bride's home. The emphasized de-
ing candles centering continuations kansas, E. Clay Lewis, of Panama cor in the living room was the man-
of mid-winter roses and bell-flow- City, Ted Gortemoller of Marianna, tel centered with an artful arrange-
ered snap dragon clustered into C. Knapp Smith. brother of the ment of Rubaiyat red roses.
deep green foliage, bridegroom, and Chesley S. Fen- The bride's table in the dining
Mrs. Ferrell Allen, Jr., rendered son of Port Saint Joe. room was overlaid with an heir-
a soft prelude of nuptial music. In- Acting as pages were Bruce and loom cloth of linen inserted with
cluded among the numbers were Andy May, cousins of the bride, medallions of Quaker filet lace.
Schubert's Serenade, Traumeri, An- They were in miniature semi-fpr- Centering the table was the five
dante Cantabile, Chopin's 'Prelude mal attire identical to that of the tiered wedding cake topped with a
in A Fl t vin LflTi d Th T.rL iUh0 ,, g. rmqmPf-nl ~
iln a n rL, .Liiiunor, an -L e LoraI s JUsU n L Uer groomsmen.
Prayer by Malotte at the conclus- Attending the bride as her maid
ion of the ceremony. The tradi- of honor was her only sister, Miss
tional Wedding Chorus from Lo- Frann Hannon, of Port Saint Joe
hengrin (Wagner) was played as The honor attendant wore a gown
processional and Mendelssabn's of Cardinal red velvet and creme
WE ARE PLEASED
TO ANNOUNCE THAT
To present new
fabrics from world
WILL BE WITH US
Spring and Summer
famous weavers for
miniature bridal bouquet of white
orchids with white satin shower
ribbon, on either side of the table
twin silver punch bowls were
placed. Giving an elusive touch of
garden magic to/the setting were
Fusilier roses frozen in frosty cir-
clets of ice floating in the wedding
punch. The other bowl contained
coffee frappe. Attending this table
were the Misses Ann Baston of Mo-
bile, Alabama, Charlotte Dekle of
Millen, Georgia, Mary Lou McCaleb
of Huntsville, Alabama, and Brenda
Ward and Alice Land of Port Saint
Joe, and Mary Dell Ramsey.
On the buffet were unusual flor-
ets of Twinklebell snapdragon com-
bined with delicate red Blush roses
making a rhapsody of color in the
room. Three branched candela-
brum graced either end of the
Presiding at the bride's table
were Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs.
Jean Atchison, and Mrs. Wayne
Escorting the guests to the sun
room where the gifts were display-
ed were Miss Elizabeth Ann
Browne and Miss Lynn Murphy of
Cincinnati Ohio. Here a round
table was over laid with a Mexican
embroidered hand drawn cloth, and
old fashioned "picture book" bou-
quet of graduated single stemmed
American Beauty roses added a
touch of elegance.
Assisting Mrs. Hannon in caring
for her guests were Mrs. George
Tapper, Mrs. George Anchors, Mrs.
Charles Wall, Mrs. Thomas Hutch-
I ins, Mrs. Joe Hendrix and Mrs. Gus-
The highlight of the wedding
festivities was the presentation of
souvenir matches and the tradi-
tional rice bags given out by little
Misses Leslie Miller of Birming-
ham, cousin of the groom, Holly
Hendrix, Judy Hendrix, Mitzi Hen-
drix, Renee Costin, Vicki Richards,
Cuyler King and little Miss Zan
Rawls of Jacksonville. Miss Brenda
I Wall, cousin of the bride, acted as
Keel Szalanski Engagement
Mrs. Drusilla Keel of Port St. Joe wishes to announce the engage-
ment of her daughter, Rosa Lee, to Robert T. Szalanski, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony D. Szalanski of Canonsburg, Pnnsylvania. The
wedding will be an event of April 24, 1965.
wide and visitors from sister
PreSbyterian churches are cordially invited to
A Aparticipate. Just bring a Bible,
VWomen MeetwT writing tablet and pen. The time
The Women of the Presbyterian lis every Tuesday night at 7:30
Church held their March general o'clock beginning on March 9 at
Church held their March general the church. The study will last
meeting at the church at 4 o'clock from 5 to 6 weeks. ,
on the first Monday.. Plans for the circle Bible study
Mrs. H. A. Campbell opened the meeting were made. The hostess
meeting with prayer and a business will be Mrs. R. M. Spillers, the
discussion followed. It was report- sutdy will be moderated by Mrs.
ed that "cut garments" had arriv- Ted Beard, the special emphasis
ed for the group to sew up and on Evangelism willbe presented
were to be sent to clothe a child in by Mrs LS,. Bisse chairman of
India. Mrs. R. M. Spillers, who at-,ersonal Fammittee. Th and Family Life
tended a district conference in St. commterly e.night meting for the
Andrews, gave a report on Womr convenience of the members ofr
en's Work discussed pt the con- the Womenof the Church who are
ference. Mrs. Spillers, in her capac- employed. The time and date are
ity as chairman of Community Monday night, March 8th, at ae
Christian Action, told plans and o'locknday ght March 8th
work of her committee to theclock.
group. Mrs. J. R. Smith presented the
rs. W. K.Settleme gave a re- afternoon program entitled, "Unan-
Mrs. W. K. Settlemire gave a re- swered Prayer," taken from an
port on the work of her commit- article in the Guidepost publica-
tee, Ecumenical Relations and Re- ticle n the Gdeca-
sources. She reported that 25 lbs. io
of clothing had been mailed for
overseas relief and more would be
mailed by. the end of March to
other designated places.
Mrs. Carl Zimmerman, chairman
of Leadership and Resources, in-
formed the group of plans for their
annual Bible study series. The book
chosen for study is James and will
be taught by the pastor, Rev. David
Neese. The study will be church-
The meeting was adjourned with
CARD OF THANKS
Our heartfelt thanks to our
friends, neighbors and funeral di-
rector, W. P. Comforter for their
kindness and sympathy during the
death of our husband, and father,
Charlie W. Sapp.
Mrs. Sapp and Children
a junior hostess. Carlile Miller of Dothan, Alabama,
The bride is a graduate of Port Mrs. Alec Campbell, Mrs. Fate
St. Joe High Schobl. She is also a Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Bona John-
graduate of Stephens College, at son, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jones, Miss
Columbia, Missouri. She had re- Jackie Jones, Mrs. Charles Lidden,
cently attended the University of Mrs. Esther Stuart, Mrs. George
Alabama in Tuscaloosa where she Grace, Mrs. R. L. Miller, and Mrs.
was a member of Tri Delta Soror- Patrick Pelham, Sr., of Gravecille,
ity. Florida, Judge and Mrs. John Rawls
The groom is also a graduate of Miss Julia Rawls and Miss Judy
Port St. Joe High School. He re- Connel, of Tallahassee; Mr. David
ceived his Bachelor of Science de- Rawls of acksonville.
gree in Pharmacy at Auburn, Uni- Also: Mr. and Mrs. Brian San-
versity, Auburn, Alabama, where ders of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
he was a member of Kappa Alpha eph Ross Hannon, Mr. and Mrs.
Fraternity. Frank Grey, and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Smith chose for her travel- Jack Gaskin, Miss Annette Hannon,
ing costume a suite of wedgewood Mr. and Mrs. Max Hannon, Miss
blue tweed with a blue fox collar. Idelle Murphy, Miss Mercedes
Her accessories were of dark brown 'Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stubbs
kid. of Tallahassee; Mrs. Raymond An-
After a short wedding trip Mr, derson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ander-
and Mrs' .Smith will reside in Port son, Mrs. Nancy Roan, Mrs. F. C.
Saint Joe. Semmes, Mrs. George Bradford, Mr.
Guests other than those partici- and Mrs. C. R. Witherspoon, Mr.
pating in the wedding were: Mrs. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall, Mr. and
Ruth Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. William Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis, Miss Kathryn Lewis, Mr. and Joe McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Mrs. Claude Pylant, Mr. and Mrs. bert Marshall and Mrs. Martha
Ted Gortemeller, Misses Virginia Towne of Apalachicola; Mr. and
and Jan Gortemeller, Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Dean and Delores, Mrs.
Eugene McQuagge,, Miss Eugenia James Cook, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
McQuagge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deen, Jr., and Mrs. Hugh :Cameron
Garroway, Misses, Charlene -and of Bunnell, Florida.
Catherine Garroway and Mrs. Also: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Le Gal-
Johnie Bevis of Marianna; Mr. and lee, Mrs. William Crosson, Mrs. E.
Mrs. Jesse Miller, Miss Leslie Mil- Clay Lewis, Jr., of Panama City,
ler, Messrs. Mark and Edward Florida; Mr. and Mrs. George Core,
Miller of Birmingham, Ala- Mr. and Mrs. Max Kilbourn of We-
bama; Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Smith, wahitchka, Floridh; Mrs. Robert
Miss Ashley Smith and Mr. Pat Major, Stephen Major, Mack Major
Smith of Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Mr. of Tampa, Florida; Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Lee Smith of Bay Minette, Fred Sawyer, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L.
Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. James, G. Buck of Apalachicola, Florida;
Smith, Miss Carol Smith, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tucker of
Mrs. Frank Martin, Dr. and Mrs. jBlountstown.
Chairman Hospitals and Homes;
Mrs. Milton Anderson, Recording
Steward and Records; George Su-
ber, Chairman Pastoral Relations.
Also, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., Corn-
HOSPITAL THRIFT SHOP
nounce the birth of a son, David
Barney McCroan, Feb. 2, 1965.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferrell Scott,
1701 Garrison Ave., announce the
birth of a daughter, Sandra Chris-
tine, Feb. 6, 1965.
The Hospital Thrift Shop Pickup Mr. and Mrs. James Feranda
and Marking Committee: Silva of Apalachicola announce the
Mrs. Milton Anderson (9-2491). birth of a daughter, Sherrie Reenea,
Mrs. Leonard Belin (7-3501). Feb. 8, 1965.
Mrs. Bob Congleton (9-2145).
The above ladies will be glad to Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas John Nich-
pick up any donations for the Hos- ols of Apalachicola announce the
pital Thrist Shop. Also they will birth of a daughter, Callie Celeste,
be working every Thursday morn- Feb. 12, 1965.
ing from 9:30 10:30 at the Shop. I
If you would rather come by with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Alligood an-
your things that would be apreci- nounce the birth of a daughter,
ated. The Thrift Shop is open for Alisha Carol, Feb. 5, 1965 at the St.
selling on Saturday from 2 4 P.M Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .--...... 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER S.ERV7CE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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Methodist Holds Fourth Quarterly
Conference Sunday; Officers Named
First Methodist Church held its union Steward; Leonard Belin,
Fourth Quarterly Conference Sun- District Steward, and M. P. Tom-
day night, February 21, with Dr. linson, Reserve District Steward;
E. L. Hardin, District Superintenj- lCnson. Reserve District Steward;
ent, presiding over the meeting. C. L. Costin, Church Treasurer and
Plans were made for the nt e Financial Secretary; William J.
cons wernce year which begins June Rish, District Missions Corpora-
SSome of the offwhich bers elected ttion; Hubert Richards, Reserve Dis-
,I. Some of the officers elected to trict Missions Corporation.
serve during the new year were as
cillows: Trustees: M. P. Tomlinson, J. La-
George Suber, Church Lay Lead- mar Miller, George F. Suber, Roy
er; Howard Blick, Church School Gibson, Sr., and Dr. W. F. Wager.
Superintendent; Joe McLeod, As- Stewards: George Adkins, Alfred
sistant Church School Superintend- Joines, W. D. Jones, Bob Freeman,
ent; McKinnon -Williams, Member- Milton Anderson, Harold Odom,
ship and Cultivation Superintend- George Wimberly, Jr., William J.
ent. Dr. Joseph Hendrix was named Rish, W. S. Quarles, Paul Blount,
Chairman of, Stewardship and Fi- Walter Brown, D. G. Boggan, Benny
nance; Tom' Freeman, Chairman of Roberts, Kenneth Hurlbut, Thomas
Commission on Membership and Freeman, Dr. Wesley Grace, J. T.
Evangelism; Howard Blick, Chair- McNeil, Jr., Hubert Richards, M. L.
man Commission on Education; Parker, A. M. Jones, Joe McLeod
Mrs. Paul Blount, Chairman Comn- and Ralph Swatts.
mission on Missions; Lindsey Tem-
ple, Chairman Commission on
Christian Social Concerns; George
Suber, Lay Delegate to Annual
Conference, and Fennon Talley, Re- irib s
serve Lay Delegate to Annual Con-
Also, M. P. Tomlinson, Chairman Mr. and Mrs. William Barney
Wills and Legacies; Bob Freeman, McCroan, 1904 Garrison Ave., an-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 Bridal Party I
slnthe eve of their sons marriage to
cMiss Dianne Hannon at St. James$
'Parish House February twenty-
....'. !ss o sixth, at eight o'clock in the eve
*- ning, with a buffet supper.
Snce Department Is New Addttouch of sculptured elegance
awas re used on th unopened buds Store ForHER and a Storereor H IM Under One Roof"
1 r Joe ig c ol r gr spilling from the center of a tall
and stately Sheffield candelabrum..99
tnthat centered the buffet table. The oS- Wit hfase rFeth h tnshnresSo $1 0.
Soepo o h ns bmn t e a y t hie With a SHrows f m OE PURCHASE $4.99 to $10.99
of of ed that of the roses. Other p- 0 Good During SHOE DAYS ... Thursday, Friday and Saturday
important work is engaged in six copointments of the table were also
of silver. You'll Oh and Ah Over This March Value! March Values and Spring Teasers!
main areas: registration, testing, terprets the w Addition The chosen colors of the bride
guidance vo individually and in groups. were used on the long tables where -'
on P rt personal Before last year when a "follow-the guests were seated. Red linen Junior, Miss and Half ASTFor Girls .SES
dance. up" study on the 1963 graduate napkins on starched white linen Values p to $10.99 9 to 18 Mos.
One of the newest departments clasdents each year, the ninth and cloths gave a brilliant touch c- and Quality in Each 1 to 14
at Port St. Joe High School is the twelfth grade state tests, the Col plementing the soft juniper walls a' .h S N.
Guidance Department. Because of lege Board Preliminary ot o ar sYour Eyes .. u Bouffant SDecate Lace Trin ...
the department's "newness," many Test t" juniors and seniors, the hospitality with flowers" was
people are not aware of the role National Merit Test to juniors, and achieved by long rows of camellias TV,",i
ofsive The guidance counselor whose others as the neducation plans in Tailored Shirt Jumper and Blouse StylesONLY
important work is engaged in six counselor reports, records, and in-;tones of red that ran the length of Ch a9 9 3 9
main areas: registration, testing, terprets the results to these studestudents will, through NOTE TO DISCRIMINATING CUSTOMERStables.
research, educational guidance, individually and in groups. Enjoying thference gr(Bay, Calhciou Frank- Leading Styles in Better DressesW O
r h, devaluating the present course of- lin, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty and -*4
Sfor children dropping out of school. 5:00 p. m. to 9:30 p. m. (CST). Colorful, Zippy New 1965 ASTER 0 N N T S 2nd Floor
national guidance, and personal Before last year when a "follow- hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Smith:
guidance. up" study on the 1963 graduating were about sixty-five friends and Values up to $1099s.
th e interpretation of test scores Boys, Marianna, Florida. MEN'S Each Hat Chosen With Utmost Care SHOE KNOCKOUT!
All enrollment of new students class was begun, little formal re- relatives "P.T.A.'s Concern for SPORT SHIRTS to
and all withdrawals are handled search had been donein the school dren in Flattering Style and Quality in Each Glove
-by the guidance counselor. This year, in addition, a study has DGarment. Individually Selected .... Truly, the most remarkable collection we've ever shown
Opening Times ers, parents, and students when Progra participants:
Joe High School is rather exten-grade. A detailed recourses of studyhe d That'll Open Your Eyes .rsFull Boufant Skirts, Delicate Lace Trimming...
J H igh Srwhich offer past high school train- The Honorable Jahaza May,
e. Theguidance counselor, with national and the edfinancial assist- The Honorable Julian LaramoreTailored Shirt Jumper and Blouse Styles.
the help of the teachers, adinis- ce forf these students will, through N OTE TO DISCRIMINATING CUSTOMERS shJnrek or e
terms achievement tests to all stu these studies secure other in forma- What? Annual District 2 P.T.A.Bo Sh J rit Also Season's Most Popular Flower Hats. AMAZNG VALUEoes .
Stion which can be of real value in Conference (Bay, Calhoun, Frank- S B lesearlygSpring BectteroDrerses
Sworevaluating the present course of- lin, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty andLeadingStyles in Better Dresses.
f erings, planning future courses of Washington Counties). Men's and Boys Store
study, and determining the reasons When? Tuesday, March 9, 1965, Second Floor JOYFUL, FLATTERING CREATIONS
for children dropping out of school p. 5:00 p. m. to 9:y N3w p.cmnd oA S TnB a nd loyore
SEdu ationalguidance includes Where? The Florida School for CreationsulSpyNw 95ETSnFloor
Q the interpretation of test scores Boys, Marianna, Florida. MEN'S Each Hat Chosen With Utmost Care SHOE KNOCKOUT!
S-to individual students, t eacherd s, Theme: "P.T.A's Concern for ensLhWi S of
PHONE 2274191 and parents, counseling with teach- Children in Trouble." tSHIRTS19Men'sLight oWeighart eSt
Opening Times ers, parents, and students when or arian Glove Leather sr
Sat. 12:45 p. there are poor grades or failurein Program participants: ore
Su. 2:45 i school subjects, helping students State President, Florida Congress elen e Oxfords sho You
.u. PE plan realistic courses of studyentsgiv ofParents andTeachersMrs. Na-
Son.-Fri .T-------4:45 p.n. ing information on institutions than Rubin, Pensacola, Florida.
which relati higwhh offer past high school train- The Honorable Jahaza May,
THURS. FRI.SAT. ing and knowledge of where and Judge, Washington County.s po i tver
S- show to apply for financial assist- The Honorable Julian Laramor e, to the C i *es HE sor e
U. u ance for the desired training. Judge, Jackson County.t eCushi"o Arch. For Dress,
Ws MA Vocational guidancld e primarily David R. Wa ters, Supt. Florida Campus, Tulane, Van Heusen. Dainty Bows and Veils and Fine Imported Straws. Work or Casual Wear.
oin l ice pr l i mJac. Shirts, Surf Styles, Jim Also Season's Most Popular Flower Hats. AMAZING VALUEi.
HOLDEN U provides information about the School for Boys. S shirts,o Bob Shirts, John Shirts.lav e of corey Be o
ALEC world of work. Helping students se- Mrs. Robert McMinn, Moderator, ShteoorsJ nat ona y o ve nd acE
TEGUINNORESS V cure part-time employment and Bay County. C n ny n
A helping graduates obtain jobs are Gilbert Wilson, Principal, Mill- Lay ay Now
HAWKINS two of the most important services ilo iee c lhoMa
TECHNICOMORAi The program of personal guidance vCity, Florida. rn to Panaa All Approved
coernFeatureDm plooncretgante inorason u Mrs. L. J. Devereaux, Bay Coun- For EASTER CREDIT CARDS
Second students t counseling with individual employ- accordingon ty, Panama City.Brown, regional y
T E A personal hygiene and grooming, Rev. Carl C. Nisbet, Florida (OThis is shoe week at Boyles .
s ", "'- I talking with parents and students School for Boys, Marianna. Small Deposit will keep
7 A High School faculty have an inter- Other meetings will follow in De ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager our $25,000 shoe parade. Details
st in physician a ooper a emotional problems, Entertaiak Springs men t will be furnishe GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor will have tors c(Some later We'vend
helping all phamily secures of the guidanelp by students of Florida School for your selection. 222 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 227-4261Main Floor been so busy checking and
of outside specialists should the "Your Home-Owned Friendship Store" Others.
A t needprogram. They and the counselor rianna March 17 at thes Jackson Monday, Barch 8 JAMES HANLON Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor ing, not enough time to draw up
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES arise, counselinp c community County For further inform untstown Butteredon, contact
I 1rgIL- dent relationships with otherstu-ed March 18 at the Calhoun County snap beans, lettuce and tomatoes, BARBARA BOYLES Office will you repeat with the proven
supplying lunches, clothing, and gal bag limit, syrup, butdeer milk. frROBERT "Bubomtwo toWILLIAMS, JR, MARY REEVES, DORENE quality and acceptance of these
SUN. through WED. other personal needs of underpri- three per season. Other questions the family. Yes HER storerot, Scam-
preparations for the future. m al time. wishes, saltine crackers, grapefruit l f peroo, r HISaft and store Sec-brand,
H .vileged children C. Ive, is ort St Joe These meetings are designed will concern hogs as game animals, all ind Floor. Boyles welcomes you to
of NEW FABRWorICS H ing closely with the public. et the opinions of hunters anwildlife management area regula- easy, comforTredlite, Scotties, Daniel
CPERFORMANTESIO PPRICESa health nurse and maintaining l D stions and the small gamne season. R. GLENN BOYLES Editor have choice of scores and scores of
N PI fishermen on the local level as recordsforallstusot dogs, buttered corn, cheese Green and Merry Mules in the can-
T on DL.SL A leather guidelines foriport alsteIn setting the hunting and fish- Associate Editors YOU-ALL national brands approved and ac-
Multi-Colored Worsteds PINES season's regulations. No fing rules and regulawns the Comr cepted by millions of wise shop-
Olive Gabardines sonal guidance. PANAMA CITY-he public meerst of mission's policy is always to give PubliDOESN'T HAVE FOR SALE parade at B oyles No entrance
Imported Silks Stand Tall ings but sportsmen are urged to sr ied chicken, rice, buttered Dar-hope and charity Peace in its fee and well put you on your
Sd Plaids Other guidance duties of the series of public meetings to discussons spinach, sliced tomn toes, peaches, wildlife story, my friends in a. Slong until athe creek
Ivy ecs an In lo da S on game and fish management with |ie bread and butter, milk. Can ou thnk of ytng cra- fullness is the inner defense strong g e RGB.
Velour Topcoatingscounselor include maintaining a hunting and fishing rules and regu- and tsh salad, English peas, humans more than peace? This is trials and sufferings confronted by
Saxony Sportcoatings potato sticks, Ritz crackers, fruit s great big word and involves far human beings in life's span. Yes,
Newest Color Slacks file on careers and information on nations for the 1965-66 season will t truce in quarreling powerful enough to bravely face well and save you money. Be ou
fiHNAVISION" MAD colleges and other training insti- be held Monday, March, 15, at 7 7 PHONELOALL. guest, won't you? We need your
If i's a New color, atutions, and sending records of m. at the Escambia County court- fighting and shooting among fam man's greatest enemy death your business
weave, or a New idea in des and recommendations of the worlof house CountyCommissioners Room) In fact Boyles c cannot live without
here ade to our mea students to colleges and employ- according to John Brown, regional "Durchasedat any price! utering where this sock salesman signs off
ers. m manager, Gam e and Fresh W ater listlhofun"tyy e'
: -'." : The members o fthe Port St. Joe Fish Commission. O We meant to tell you more about
__________High School faculty have an inter- Other meetings will follow in Deis dERLMAM. BOYLES Manager our $25,000 shoe parade. Detailsconfusing and
e.t in and a cooperative spirit to- Funiak Sprigs March 16 at the GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor will have to come later Weve
Sward all phases of the guidance Walton County courthouse, in Ma- Port St. Joe Elementary School NONA WILLIAMSn------Childrn's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor been so busy checking and mark-
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES program. They and the counselor rianna March 17 at the Jackson Monday, Barch 8 JAMES HANLON ------ Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor ing, not enough time to draw up
le ole by few. Some try to purchase this marked by an allwise Providence A- 7t"
Glenn Boyles or Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures treasure with silver and gold and written on the hearts and in
James Hanlon CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES finery untold. Others search all the pages of His inspired word. -
at over the world exploring the won- How well do we read and heed?
Y TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU ders of nature, viewing the glit- Now for a change of subject and
S& B y Se f tering and fabulous creations of pace: The roads and streets are
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Evening Appointments ed. Suddenly it becomes apparent Reid Avenue where two complete rRAF...AwI PTAr lMPV01OWO P 4 -m
Accepted 110 th7 GARRISON AVE. PHONE 227-2541 that peace is a spiritual phonomena stores stand under one roof filled w v&clE/
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 .increase in accidents during the tucked in. This was seconded by
past few years. He also reported Grady Player and motion carried.
Si i rth treasurer has mailed bills The president then appointed
Ve Eto the sponsors. .Everett Owens of the National
D ixie Y south B baseball W. J. Herring reported that he League and Ralph Macomber of
will not be able to be present at the American League to draw up a
P9 S the barbecue this year because he set of ground rules for their re-
Plan 15 Seas o will be working the 3-11 shift. He spective fields which will be dis-
S anS 1 6 S a ll assist in planning the barbecue cussed at the chief umpire's meet-
Following are the minutes of ing were rather lengthy and every- and will try to get someone to ing to be held later.
"the meeting of Dixie Youth Base- one had received a copy of them, help with this project. A discussion was held on the
ball, Inc., of Port St. Joe, held they were approved without read- Bob Faliski then mentioned the condition o the fields, getting
February 12: ing. services that Mr. Ruchman has ren- signs made for home team and
Present: Bill Simmons, Cecil The president gave the treasur- dered to the repair of baseball visitors, and the placement of the
Harrison, Everette Owens, Ralph her's report of a bank balance of equipment free of charge through- dugouts.
Macomber, Archie Weimorts, W. J. $639.39. He reported that $146 was out the years. A motion was made Everyone was reminded that
Herring, Grady Player, Bob Fa- spent for insurance for the team by Bill Simmons and seconded by March 1 was the deadline tor get-
liska, Jerry Barnes, Ferrell Allen, This insurance will be effective Everett Owens that barbecue tick- ting new equipment lists to Mr.
Roy Burch. from the time the'insurance carrier ets be given to each member of Simmons.
The meeting was called to order received our application until Oc- Mr. Ruckman's family. Dates to Remember
by the president, Bob Faliska. Since tober 1. The insurance premium A discussion was held on the Tryouts: March 29 April 1.
the minutes of the previous meet- has gone up this year due to an need of an incentive for the boys Player Selection: April 1-7 p.
-- to work at selling the barbecue m., High School.
e tic- ts. Several suggestions were Barbecue: April 3.
B made, i.e., glove, bat, ball, $5; but Practice Week: April 5 April
S0 w W no decision was reached. 11.,
First Game. April 12.
Chrif Umpire Ferrell Allen re- First.Game. April 12.
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE a 450, Audrey F. 376, Loyce B. 346, ported that he has 18 men who SecretMary Agnes Kilbourn
Lanes 1 and 2 saw The Senators Irene B. 335. Jerry F. was high for have volunteered to act as umpires n.
take three games from Pate's with The Strikers with 463, Ruby L. 406, for the coming season. He needs
Mary Brown high for The Senators Mary H. 399 and Eula D. 390. more but has not contacted any-
wit ha 499, Mildred K. 380, Betty J. I and Amison's split two and one on the list yet so he feels sure el /h
W.as 3i ahford Vp t H 4Mry two on lanes 7 and 8 with Evelyn that he will have enough.
was high for Pate's with a 417, thg fo Jn. J. with a 5 LaiF Player Agent Roy Burch discuss-
Linda R. 375, Mary P. 348 and Deb- Jean. 340 and Catherine A. ed the playing schedule for the
bie ,T. 271. 298. Lois S. was high for Amison's coming year. As last year, every-
Rich's and West Florida Gas with a 405 Verna B. 381, Christine one agreed that the Friday game Q
split two and two on lanes 3 and L. 368 W353 will be a night game regardless of
4, with Gloria M. high for Rich's 368and Ann 353. willthe number of night gameregardless per
with 438, Jonnia S. with a 352, Standings: W. L. team.
Marie B. 351 and Runon P. a 333 Jitney Jungle -, 54 34 Everett Owens reported that Bill -
(sub). Wynell B. (sub) was high. E. L. Amison's --___-- 53 35 Brown has agreed to help with the A
Aline A, 399, Alice M. 373 and Tappers Senators 47 41 A motion was made by Roy 10&
Allie Mc. 269. Pate's 40% 47Y Burch that we comply with Rule UOUO
Lanes 5 and 6 saw Beaman's take W. Fla. Gas. ---------40% 47% 2:03 regarding uniforms. No boy
three games from The Strikers with Beaman's 36% 51%1 will be allowed to play unless he is
Eleanor W. high for Beaman's with Rich's 33% 54Y%2 in full uniform with his shirttail SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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Port Stt Joe, Florida
Letter to the Editor....
Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey, Editor, last week about our Municipal Hos
Star Publishing Company, pital receiving official accredita
Port St. Joe, Florida. tion. This is something for which
Dear Wesley: everyone in the Port St. Joe arei
I enjoyed reading in The Star should be thankful.
H.E.L.P. On The
communications network to aid motorists in distress have been
announced by the Automobile. Manufacturers Association.
The system, to be known as H.E.L.P. for Highway Emergency
Locating Plan, calls for' the use
of Citizens Band two-way radio sible in attempting to cover the
equipment in private passen- nation's entire road system,"
ger cars. AMA said. Government agencies
Motorists in need of aid would asked the industry to aid in de-
make their needs known on CB veloping improved systems.
Channel Nine where it would be
picked up by a round-the-clock A special AMA engineering
monitoring station within the task force has been working for
10 to 20 mile range of the equip- more than a year in cooperation
ment. Monitors would include with leading radio manufactur-
volunteer citizen teams, police ers and volunteer citizen groups.
agencies, road service stations A number of volunteer groups
and hospital emergency rooms, are successfully operating small-
The AMA pointed out that er programs in various parts of
well o ver two million pieces the country, AMA said, and
of CB equipment already are in are ,being urged to join H.E.L.P.
use.'Nearly all are transceivers, to effect a coordinated plan
which both receive and trans- throughout the nation.
mit messages, and approximate- Transceivers presently are
ly half are in motor vehicles. available from radio., supply
Officials said the plan grew shops throughout the country so
out of a growing concern by that interested drivers can be-
government agencies and high- gin using them immediately.
way sa-fety groups over the lack Prices vary depending on the
of emergency communications number of channels provided
facilities for motorists. They and special features offered.
pointed out that this lack will Operation of the transceiver
become even more apparent as requires merely turning on the
the nation expands construction set, switching to Channel Nine,
of its limited access roadways. pressing a button to talk and re-
In seeking- a solution to the leasing it to listen.
problem, various states and Use of the equipment is con-
areas have experimented with trolled by the Federal Communi-
systems of roadside telephones, cations Commission but no oper.
solar powered emergency signal ator's license is needed. An
systems, roadside radio trans- application for -the required sta-
mitters and emergency road tion license, valid for five years,
patrols. can be sent to F.C.C. when equip-
"Such systems, while comn- meant is ordered. Licenses are
mendable, may not be the most open to non-aliens over the age
practical or economically fea- .of 18 years.
Rev. Gene Waterson
E vang elis t
Pastor, First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church
I think that Miss Minerva Mc-
Lane is to be commended for the
splendid administration of our lo-
cal hospital. She has been able to
- secure the best cooperation of the
entire hospital staff and medical
staff. They are all worthy of our
praise and commendations.
In my many visits to the hos-
pital, as a local Minister, I fre-
quently visit the Marie Tapper
Chapel and offer a prayer of
thanks for our local institution of
I further believe that the City
government and the Hospital Aux-
iliary are also to be commended
for the fine contribution they make
to the operation of our local hos-
J. C. ODOM Pastor,
Long Ave. Baptist Church.
BID NO. 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
2. Bends, Tees, Sleeves and
3. 4 M & H Compression Type
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
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. Tapper.
JAMES G. McDANIELL
Chairman, Board of
February 22, 1965
It Pays To
A Cordial Invita-
tion Is Offered to
Everyone to Hear
Messages in Song
February 28 thru March 7
First Baptist Church
Port St. Joe, Florida
NURSERY WILL BE OPEN FOR EACH SERVICE
Two Services Daily
7:00 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.
-- EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND
---sYLY~-IICc-~ -C--LFsL---~-~- I -- I
'rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 L o 0 .al B
d*Soier of Month z
Gardening In Florida Soldier of Month
f 1 The first 1965 Antilles Command
Soldier of the Month is a personnel
Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida preparation. If this sweat-of-the- psychology specialist- with the
Agricultural Extension Service brow labor does not cool your en- Armed Forces Examining and In-
Recent moon shots at the Cape thusiasm, then it's safe to purchase duction Station, Fort Brooke. He
are a boon to the notion that plant- .seed, fertilizer and other garden is Sp4 Richard F. Zipperer, 23,
ing on a "growing moon" insures supplies. from Port St- Joe, Florida.
fast plant growth, But ,a few skep- Prepare' the ground well before Brigadier General John W. Dob-
tics say that until we get a man- planting. Turn the soil 6 to 8 son, Antilles CG, presented the
riding moon shot to the moon, it's inches deep, followed by harrow- awards in ceremonies on February
best to plant seed in the earth. ing or raking to give the plant bed
Some claim that planting field a good texture and to prevent it
peas on a dark night prevents from drying out.
worms from seeing eating the crop For convenience, select a garden Bw lin g
later. Others swear* that sowing spot near the house where you may
seed on a bright moon-light night irrigate in case of drought. A semi-
results in moon-blinded pests that shaded location helps during hot, N ew s
starve. dry weather.
A few folks believe that black Size of garden depends on space
heart of turnips, carrots or ruta- available. To supply vegetables for GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
bagas means that a bachelor gard- a person for a year, aim for 1/20 Comforter's won three games
ener has been heved by a jilted acre per person. This allows for from -Florida Bank last week on
maiden. But regardless of the gard- canning and freezing for later use. lanes 1 and 2. Lois Smith rolled
ener's 'romantic feelings, a few Vegetables produce better if high for Comforter's with 496 with
ounces of boron per acre prevent bands. Do this before planting, games of 173-169-154. Elise Rogers
black centers in vegetables, sprinkle the fertilizer in furrows added 393. Barbara Tharpe had a
This spring, drop okra seed at about 2 inches below and 2 inches 156 game. Connie Kirkland had
chin height for tall growing stalks to the side of the planting row. 420 for the Bank with games of
that'll bear all summer. In the fall, Use a fertilizer containing nitro- 140-155-125. Norma Hobbs had 418
let go the seed at toe-nail elevation gen, phosphorus and potassium with games of 128-146-144.
for a short plant and plenty of known as NPK. On sandy soil ap- 13 Mile won three games from
okra before frost. ply 1/3 pound of 6-8-6 (NPK) per St. Joe Laundry on lanes 3 and 4.
Checking these mores of the past 10-foot row. Dana Rose led 13 Mile with a 427
is one approach to spring garden- On muck apply 1/6 pounds of series with a high game of 173.
ing, but for better luck, ask your 0-12-20 mixture per 10-foot row. If Omie Rose had 406 with a game of
county agent for Agricultural Ex- possible use fertilizer containing 164. Donna Ward won a Coke for
tension Service circular 104C, small amounts of minor food ele- picking up the 5-7 split in the fifth
Vegetable Garden Guide. ments such as manganese sulfate, frame. Billie Padgett had a 161
First, check to see if you have a bora xand copper. game. Shirley Whitfield dolled 447
real case of "garden fever." Make The excuse for crooked rows is for the Laundry with a game of
with the .spade or plow in soil that you can get more plants per 170. Punk Daughtry added 437.
row. But remember, straight rows Faye's Drive-In and Glidden split
are attractive and make cultivation, for two games each on lanes 5 and
insect control and harvesting eas- 6. Zela Adams bowled high for
Sler. Faye's with 361. She picked up the
If you're unable to "sight" a 5-8-10 split. Bennie Hunter added
straight row, use stakes, string and 354. Faye Gardner had a 153 game.
a yardstick. Stretch the cord be- Toby Fowler picked up the 3-19
tween two stakes. While the cord split. Joan Myers rolled 405 for
is in place, use a hoe handle to Glidden with a game of 174. Eve-
make the furrows for large seeds. lyn Murdock added 392.
Planting depth is important. In St. Joe Furniture won four games
moist soil, cover small seed such over Nedley's Florist on lanes 7
7:30 P.M as mustard less than % inch deep. and 8. Evelyn Smith led the vic-
EACH MONDAY Cover medium-sized seed such as tors with a 497 series. She had
EACH MONDAY radishes no more than % inch games of 153-170-174. Cutchie
W FSU-TV deep, and cover large seed such as Brown had 477 with games of 122-
beans from 1 to 2 inches deep. 157-198. Jo Brown bowled high for
CHANNEL 11 Prior to planting, treat seed to Nedley's with 428. She had games
Helpful household hints and recipes prevent decay and other ailments, of 106-150-172. Myra Hodge added
from Mrs. Marjorie Hartman It takes only a couple of minutes 350.
Home Service Adviser to treat a packet of seeds. All you Team standings: W. L.
do is tear off a corner of the St. Joe Furniture 71 25
packet, toss in a small pinch of Comforter's ________----------64 32
il 7 --'/7twe7&zdel-e' seed protectant such as Spergon, St. Joe Laundry ______ 50 46
FLORIDA Arasan or Semesan and mix the Florida Bank _--------43% 52
POWER chemical with the seeds by shak- 13 Mile \ 43 53
CORPORATION ing the packet. Nedley's 40 551/2
-PA. .VOa-OW cC CO--------------- Glidden 36 60
READ THE CLASSIFIED Faye's 36 60
How to make
Our Red Cross does it, not with mirrors
but with volunteers-volunteers who do-
nate hundreds of millions of dollars' worth
of free time and services. Total expendi-
tures for 1962-63 by the Red Cross were
$99,154,343. Here's how your Red Cross
dollars were spent: Services to the Armed
Forces, Veterans and their Families 38.7%,
Disaster Services 9.3%, Blood Services
14.1%, Nursing and Safety Services 8.6%,
Youth Activities 4.0%, Services and Assist-
ance to Chapters 5.1%, Other Community
Services 0.7%, International Services 0.3%,
Public Information 2.8%, Membership En-
rollment and Fund Raising 3.1%, General
Management-Planning and Administra-
Like any business, the Red Cross Ras to
budget its expenditures in advance. Each
year the budget is examined in depth by
business, labor and professional leaders
who are members of the organization's
national Board of Governors. Also, as re-
quired by law, Red Cross expenditures are
audited annually by the Department of
Defense and a firm of independent public
accountants. The audit report is sent to
Congress by the Secretary of Defense.
So, you can depend
on the Red Cross to
make your dollars
work hard. And the
Red Cross depends
Always there...with your help
Florida National Bank
at Port St. Joe-
Member, Florida National Grou'p Memb, TIC
5. Captain Bruce P. Nichols, the
General's Aide, read the Certifi-
cate of Achievement which noted
Zipperer's "excellent military rec-
ord," one of the factors that earn-
ed him the honor. A $20 cash
award accompanied the citation.
"Zip" entered the Army on De-
cember 3, 1963. After completing
basic training at Fort Jackson,
South Carolina, he was signed to
the Command in February 1964.
He attended Florida State Uni-
versity at Tallahassee, Florida, for
three years, and is a member of
SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS
NEED SUMMER COURSES
TALLAHASSEE Social studies
teachers and supervisors of grades
four to nine with less than nine
hours of geography have until
April 15 to apply to attend Florida
State University's Summer Geogra-
phy Institute, William R. Brueck
heimer, director, announced today
Purpose of the institute is to im
prove instruction in geography and
geography curriculum on the upper
elementary and junior high school
levels. It is being conducted under
a National Defense Education Act
grant of $56,200.
The FSU program will include
three courses-one in systematic
geography, one' in case studies in
regional geography and a third in
the teaching of geography.
Participants will receive $75 a
week for the eight-week period,
June 21 to Aug. 13, plus an addi-
tional allowance for dependents.
Applications should be sent to Dr.
J. R. Skretting, professor and head
of the department of social studies
education at FSU. Applicants will
be notified of acceptance by April
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Foul Shots Spell
Defeat for Sharks
Port St. Joe had it rough in
Blountstown, as they appeared
helpless in the parade to the foul
line by -the Blountstown Tigers dur-
ing the last two quarters of the
The Tigers' Montgomery was the
big man at the foul line with 14
The Tigers began the game Fri-
day with their stall tactics, but de-
spite this the Sharks doubled the
score on the Tigers by the first
half, leading 14 to 7.
In the third quarter, the race to
the foul line began with Blounts-
town gaining 23 points at the free
throw line before the game was
over. By-contrast, the Sharks had
six free throws.
Before the third quarter was
over, the Sharks Bill Versiga had
fouled out. In the fourth, Bob,
Craig went out on fouls. In the
second overtime period, the third
Shark was sat on the sidelines
when David Macomber was accus-
sed of his fifth foul.
At the end of the third period
the Sharks had an 11 point lead,
but the Tigers came back to tie up
the score by game's end with the
big parade to the free throw line
in the last period.
In the first overtime, both teams
picked up six points and in the
second overtime, two successive
trips to the free throw line in the
closing seconds of the game gave
the Tigers a three point margin
allowing them to best the Sharks
The next night, the Chattahoo-
chee Yellow Jackets, defeated the
Tigers by one point, to take group
Named to the all-Group tourna-
ment team from Port St. Joe were
THE FINE, EVEN GRAIN OF CHOCOLATE POUND CAKE has
made this a favorite for years and cake flour plays an important
part in making this so. You'll find this recipe an excellent one; serve
it with whipped cream into which has been folded either packaged
grated coconut or flaked coconut. It's a perfect tea-time or coffee-
time accompaniment as well as a wonderful dessert.
CHOCOLATE POUND CAKE
2-3/4 cups sifted Swans Down
1-1/2 teaspoons cream of tartar
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1-1/2 teaspoons salt
1-3/4 cups sugar
1 cup shortening*
(at room temperature)
1 teaspoon vanilla
' 3 eggs
1 egg yolk
3 squares unsweetened;
Packaged grated coconut
or flaked coconut
Whipped cream or ice cream
*With butter or margarine, use 3/4 cup milk. With vegetable short-
ening, use 1 cup milk.
Sift flour with cream of tartar, soda, salt, and sugar. Stir shorten-
ing just to soften. Add flour mixture, milk, and vanilla and mix
until all flour is dampened. Then beat 2 minutes at a low speed of
electric mixer or 300 vigorous strokes by hand. Add eggs, egg yolk,
and chocolate and beat 1 minute longer. Pour batter into two 8x4-
inch loaf pans, which have been lined on bottoms with paper. Bake
at 350 for 60 to 65 minutes, or until cake springs back when
pressed lightly with finger. Or pour batter into 9-inch tube pan,
which has been lined on bottom with paper. Bake for 65 to 70
minutes. Blend coconut into whipped cream; serve over cake slices,
Membership Growing In Chamber, but
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husbands and sons home quickly
during times of crisis and distress.
Acceptance of individual respon-
sibility for the future of our com-
munity and practical concerri '"foV
the fate of our neighbors are the
central themes of Red Cross philos-'
ophy. People who care are the 'hu-
man material of which Red Cross
volunteers are made. Each citizen
of Gulf County will have their
chance to join this "action team"
next week. Accept our volunteers
graciously and donate generously
to this worthy organization. Re-
member the monies donated stay
in Gulf County. We need your help.
"Join up and join in."
Rotary president Chauncey Cos-
tin reported to the Port St. Joe
Club last Thursday that Rotary is
now beginning its 61st year of exis-
tence. The anniversary of the
world-wide civic club was actually
Costin reminded the local club
members Thursday that Rotary was
the first of the civic clubs and had
grown from humble beginnings of
three members to nearly a million
members on every continent of
the world today.
Guests of the Club Thursday were
Gene Austin of Apalachicola and
Jake Belin and Bob Craig of Port
St. Joe High School.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this op-
portunity to thank all our many
friends for their considerations
and expressions of sympathy ex-
tended at the time of the death of
our loved one, Clarence 0. Mont-
The family of
Clarence 0. Montgomery
MISS LINDA PRICE ON DEAN'S
LIST AT CHIPOLA COLLEGE
The Dean's List for the Fall
semester at Chipola Junior College,
Marianna, Florida, was comprised
of 135 students who earned a grade
average of 3.00 or better. Listed*
among these was Miss Linda Pric',
of Port St. Joe.
All 1964 Real Estate and Personal Pro-
perty Taxes are due to be paid to the
City of Port St. Joe on or before March
31, 1965. Penalties will be applied
after this date.
j f7Ti of PORT SJME
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club Al Cathey and Randy weston. egoe emOersnps Are Tln B ee ea
is observing their annual Teacher St. Joe fg ft tp 'B'tdwn fg ft tp
Appreciation Week this week and Belin 2 3 7 Montford 2 1 5 Membership in the Chamber of President Roche or to treasurer,
featured their regular dinner meet- Versiga 3 0 6 Montf'd 2 1 5 Commerce is growing rapidly this Charles J. Stevens.
the Gulf County teachers a guests Craig 2 1 5 Layne 2 1 5 YeaZ1 according to President W. C.
ing Tuesday by having several of Weston 3 1 7 Mgom'y 2 1 18 o to Preent W. C.
the Gulf County teachers a guests Macomber 2 1 5 Good 3 7 13 Roche.
and hearing an inspiring talk by' Le 0 0 G'dman 0 0 0 "But ther is room for many Poisoning Reported On FOR SALE: Property at White City, FOR RENT: Apartment. Living CHRISTIAN CHURCH MEMBERS..
Hr tde, Associate Dean f i l 2 drige 0 0 0 But there 1s room for man .Contact Grover Holland at Flor- room, dining room, kitchen and If interested in forming local
Gulf Coast Junio College Young Oakes 0 0 more", said Roche. Increase In Florida ida National Bank for information, bath. Heat and water furnished, congregation, contact Ali B. Jar-
For couple only. All private. 1301 man, evangelist, 151 Hill Drive,
Teacher guests of the Club were Score by quarters- Paid-up members to date in- JACKSONVILLE The State FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- Monument. Phone 227-5301. tfc-3-4 Panama City. 2tp-2-25
W V ne Saunders, Wallace Beasley Port St. Joe --- 6 11 3 6 4-38 elude: Board of Health today said 6,500 ling at Oak Grove. Citizens' Fed- -.-. -
and.Linda Wood of the Port St, Blountstown 3 4 8 T3 6 7-41 Henry Chason, Emmette Daniell, cases of poisoning were reported eral Savings and Loan Association. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
Joe igh School; Howard Blick and Marion Craig, Albert Thames, Mrs. in 1965, an increase of over 1,500 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, din- house near Elementary 71.School i tax work also 48. Bookkeepind Mg ser-
JWillie Mae Giles of the Highland Albert Thames, R. H. Ellzey, M-s. over the previous year., ing room, kitchen, Florida room,o C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. 11ad r
iew le S h HaJohn M. White, Sammy Patrick, Dr. George A. McCoy, director living room, large utility room, on C L (Chc 11
VE.w Elementary Schaal;.Harry. Te Cm, of t ba 's A Peni 2 lots. In Highland View. Write IFOR RENT: Furnished apartment
Herrington, Laura Geddie and Mrs. Error inStar AuxP.Schnyder,A.&P.Tea of the board's Accident Prevention Rt. 1, Box 130, Wewahitchka, or for adults only. Phone 229-1351. LOWER TAX RATES
Wallace Beasle of the Port St. Joe pany, W. Barrier, Sr., Citizens' Program, said more than 2,100 per- phone 639-2420. C. B. Harbuck. 3p Mrs. B. W. Eells. tfc-3-4 Changes in deductions. You
WallaceBsyfheo o rtiI StRederal Savings and Loan Assoca- son were hospitalized and that furnis need help?
Elementary School. try ast ee federal Sa ndLoanAssoc son were hospitalized and thatFOR SALE: Three bedroom house. FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished IeNCME TAX SERVICE
Guest speaker, Herb Goode said tion Florida Natioal Bank at Portwhile final figures are not in for Hardwood floors, built in electric apartment at 216 6th Street. J. D. Clark 1017 Long Ave
that the biggest thing the Kiwans | The Star carried a slight error St. Joe, J. Lamar Miller, Verna M. 1964, there were 128 deaths in appliances, built in heating system, Phone 229-4171. Itc 24 Years Experience
Club and the County can do to last week in the caption under the Smith, Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 1963. chain link fence. 2 years old. For FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house
show appreciation for their teach-picture showing Sheila Thornton Roche's Furniture and Appliance White females led other groups i atio nall completely furnished. Call 229-MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
ers was to pledge to gain and show being crowned queen of National Store, Glidden Company, Benton last year with 3,156 cases of which FOR SALE: 1963 Honda 50 motor- 9991. tfc-2-25 man is as near as your telephone.
an interest in what they are trying Beauty Salon Week at a talent I Hamm. more than 1,500 were under 10 le ike new condition. Con- FOR RENT: Unfurnished large ACEAGENCYADDIS froSU
to do. show here in Port St. Joe, S. L. Barke, St. Joe Auto Parts, years of age. White males account- 6pletely rebuilt$250. nice 2 bedroom house. Carport, Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
Goode said there are two types The caption stated that funds Elizabeth Thompson, B. E. Parker, ed for over 2,400 cases of which laundry and storage room Fenced tance Moving. Free Estimates.
of teachers, the "instructors" and from the show went to the retard- George Y. Core, Monica Stone, I. C. 1,810 were under 10. Children 10- FOR SALE: 17" portable TV. Good back yard. Phone 227-8536 after
the "teachers." The instructors are ed children's home. They do not. Nedley, Mrs. Lucie T. Arnold, 0. 19 were involved in 517 poisonings I condition. Good picture. $3500 5:00 p.m. tfc-2-1 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
merelyimparters of facts while the The story should have said th M, Webb's 5c & 10c Store, R. E. of which nearly 400 were in the cash. Cal 227-3561 lt FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished Bufor rf phone 229-3097
teacher trains his student to put funds go to help needy children King, St. Joe Telephone and Tele- 15-19 age g.up and which were FO SALE Westnghouse refrig- apartment. 1503 Monument Ave.-
the emphasis on thinking rather in the Highland View and Port St. graph Co., St. Joe Paper Company, due to inte-nal medications taken 227-7481 itp. Foe R T F u tc r 1 salesman. Make 1965 your most
than things learned The good Joe Elementary Schools. J. V. Gander, Rich and Sons, Apa- inteitionally. Adults over 20 ac-227-7481 ltp FO RENT: Furnished room withrosprous yer. Sell ABC fence
teacher tries to make learning like A total of $172.52 was raised at lachicola Northern Railroad Co., counted for 1,983 poisonings of FO SALE: room house, hot and private entrance and b a t h. Industry lifetime chain link fenc
able ,an adventure. the show for this purpose. Smith's Pharmacy, George G. Tap- which more th.n 1,400 were due to cold w t, an2 car shed, wash shed Phone 227-4241. I pa d vet privacy fence, paneled
on beautiful landscaped lot, 50x15g! panel vent privacy fence, paneled
The speaker said that for what Money was also raised at this per Co., Martin Theatres, Carp's, internal med:c .t'on taken irntn- all fenced. 150 off highway 98. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- welve uaeco CaLve stripping and
teacher tries to make learning like- time for the retarded children's Joseph V. Dowd, Kenneth Whit- tionally. Will have new bridge across bay tage with large porch. Furnish- manyother iandtems. Earn $100.00
able, an adventure, home by the beauticians, but it was field, Jesse V. Stone and Florida Children under 5 accounted for in 1965. Will sell for cash less ed. On St. Joe Beach. $35.00 ee pwe ek and up-up-up in your
Guests of the club were Key through a donation subscription. Power Corporation. 3,800 of the 4,000 cases reported thn the price 68 18th St., P. airPhone 648-3472.ed. No experience necessary. We
Clubbers Wilkie Gilbert and Billy A total of $116.00 was raised for Those desiring to become mem- among children under 10 years of Box 683, Apalachicola, 4tp-3-4 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish0 l Wlm you. ,tn needed in Port St.
Antley and Joe Padgett of Panama this purpose. bers of the Port St. Joe-Gulf Coun- age of both races. Among white FOR SALE: Upriht ho use at 522 3rd St. Phone Joe, Wi a, Orange, Hosford, We-
City. ty Chamber of Commerce may do children, those 2 years of age led 20 ft. Very good condition., 50 mile radius. Write Jack W. Tho-
so merely by sending a check for other age groups while among non- Phone 648-4194. 2tp-2-25 FOR RENT: Business property on i as, AB:: Fence Inaustries (largest
A ADS! edC T H- $5.00 for individual membership or white children those 1 year o'f age Highway 98. With living quarters independendent retailer of chain link
CLASSIFIED ADS m membership o FOR SALE: Photographic equip- connected. Phone 229-1361. tfe-8-6 fence in USA) P. 0. Box 4236, Mo-
Midget Investments That Yield Red CroSS To Up $25.00 for firm membership to led. ment. Includes enlarger, dryer, bile, Alabama. 2tp
Giant Returns! -camera and darkroom supplies. GOOD USED TV's, Good selection.
ian eenurns. era n All negatives, of Lynart Studio, From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra- HELP WANTED: Fuller Brush I
anTee up e T o formerly of Port St. Joe. Write dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone franchise available. Sales and ser-
SU D E A V R '. 515 Carolina Ave., Lynn Haven or 227-4081. tfc 12-17 vice. Write to Mr. Molmberg, 633
A-9 The American Red Cross will call 265-5538. 2tc-2-25 FOR SALE: 1957 Ford pick-up E. 4th St., Panama City. tfc-3-4
step up operation of mobile emer- DINE AND DANCE HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 truck. 20,500 miles on engine., i FOR THE BEST place to buy, sell,
agency canteen first aid units, par- la Acrossthe Bridge bedrooms, 11' baths, carport, $40.00. Call 229-2226. tfc-1-28 rent or trade. See Elizabeth W.
S- ticularly in hurricane, tornado, and Apalachicola Across the Bridge chain link fence, built-in kitchen, Thomoson Mgr., Emerson Sweat,
flood prone sectiorts of the country, Seafood and Steaks Our Specialty wall to wall carpeting, glass show- OFC altr, Mexico Beach Branch Of-
ter doors in bath room, new gas rag content bond, all sizes. On- fe e-ith6tx, and Hwy B98.Phone
John Hanson, chairman of Gulf htr n excellent condition onskin, manuscript covers, carbon aA tfPh
NOTICE OF THE PROPOSED County Chapter has been advised Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 9 A. M. to 12 heater. In excellent condition. onskin. manuscript covers, carbon .648-4545 tfc-3-4
SNOTICE OF THE PROPOSED County Chapter has been advised $1,000 down payment. 108 West- paper, clips. fasteners, file folders.
VACATION OF AN ALLEY- by Paul M. Moore, of Atlanta, Friday and Saturday 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 A. M. cott Circle or call 229-3291. Everything for the office. The Star, WOOD WORKS -Screen doors,
WAY IN THE CITY 227-3161. picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
WAY IN THE CITY Southeastern Area Manager... ..Picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: oueastern Area of majr For Party Appointments Phone 670-9121 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
You will please take notice that Moore said a number of majr house. Easy terms. See Cecil G. NEW SPRING SAMPLES JUST IN: Phone 648-4223 tfc-2-13
the Board of City Commissioners chapters in these areas are being Costin, Jr. tfc-2-11 Famous name made-to-your mea-
of Port St. Joe, uponpetitionOf asked to train .4-member emer--_____________FORsure suits, sport coats, trousers,WILLIS V. ROWAN, POS
of Port St. Joe, upon petition of asked to train member emer- FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom uniforms, etc. Moderately priced. THiLE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
the abutting owners of that cer- agency teams to man lightweight masonry home. Located on Mar- Call Glenn Boyles or James Han- ing second and fourth Trsday
Joe desribed as follows: vans being equipped as first aid SPRING S A L E vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5 ion, BOYLES Men and Boys Store, mghts, 8:00 p.m. American Legiun
That certain alleyway twenty emergency stations, canteens and FOR SALE: Large mobile homeho 227-4 CWillac evein ome
feet (20') in width lying between also for 'two way radio communi- lots at Mexico Beach on canal. appoint en R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Lots Fifteen (15), Seventeen cationss with disaster operation A N M If E S stop paying rent. Own your own. WANTED TOO BUY: Good used Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
(17), Nineteen (), Twenty-One bases. These chapters will be re- I L I 11 1 FL E Only $13.15 cash and $13.15 mo. furniture. Call us for highest 1ist and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
(21), Twenty-three (23) and esLess than rent. R. L. Fortner, at prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of companions welcome.
Twenty-five (25), and Fractional quested to train mobile unit teams The Sale phone 648-3241. tfc-1-21 ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfc THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
Lot Sixteen (16), being a trian- in neighboring chapters to operate The e BUY -EDGAR L.SMITH, Secretry
gular tract or parcel of land, all the vans in disaster emergency. You FOR RENT: Clean unfurnished 2 PERSON WANTED to supply Raw-
in Block Twenty (20) of the City The units also may be used as mo- Have Been NOW bedroom apartment. $45 per mo. leigh products to consumers in THERE WILL BE a regular com-
of Port st. Joe, Florida, The units also may be used as mo- Have een or clean, unfurnished 4 bedroom, Gulf County or Port St. Joe. oGod munication of Port St. Joe Lodge ,
will consider and determine on bile first aid units at fairs, parades, Waiting house with 2 baths, $65.00 per mo. time to start. Write Rawleigh FA- No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
the 16th day of March, A.D., 1965, other major public functions. ForSAVE 617 Woodward Ave., Port St. Joe. B 100 28, Memphis, Tenn. 2tp and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
at a regular meeting of said Com- The mobile vans will be located For AVE Call Mrs. A. E. Joines, 1002 Garri-
mission, whether or not the City at key chapters of the Red Cross For the Best in Fencing Call the Old Reliable son Ave., 229-1686 or Gene Halley,' FLOOR SANDING and Finishing,
will vacate, abandon, discontinue chapters of the Red Cross For the Best in Fencing Ca the Old Reliable Tallahassee, Florida, phone: Office inlaid linoleum, tile, hardwood
and close the above described al- in areas of disaster potential. The Written Guarantee on Every Fence Sold 224-9180, ext. 598, home 385-3139. and terrazzo. All work guaranteed.
leyway and convey the same to units have been tested in several No Down Payment Law Monthly Payments 6tp-3-4 Free Estimates. Port St. Joe Floor BILL J RICH W M
the abutting land owners. All in- disaster operations, including Hur- Better Hurr Limited Time FOR RENTinishing Co., J. D. Call. BIL. BURGE, Secretary
teiested persons may appear and ricane Hilda in South Louisiana 'Better Hurry Limited Time !FOR RENT: New, 1 bedroom fur- H.L. BURGE, Secretary
be heard at the time and place las fl a in South Louisiana wd C I USR Snished house with large porch. TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex-
above spd tecified a last fall. The project is nationwide, ABC FENCE INDUSTRIES On St. Joe Beach. $55.00 month perience. Office in Dalkeith. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
Dated this 2nd day of March, A. Moore said. Teams include nurse, FENCEall 648-3472. tfc-2-11 For appointment call Wewa 639- every Wed, 309esday night, 8 p.m.
D., 1965. first aider, canteen worker, and 4110 W. Hwy. 98 Panama City FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish L. Capps. pd-4-15 St. Joe, FParish Phone 229-36 for
CITY COMMISSION OF THEdecFiRRsNT:2fl edroorarmeufuntPhoSt. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
CITY COMMISF P ORT ST. JON OF THE driver. Phone 763-3945 Call Collect ed firstfloor apartment. Phone for all popular machines. $1.00 further information or write P. 0.
FLORIDA 2t-3.4 NIGHTS SUNDAYS 785-6012 227-7761. tfc-1-28 'he Star. Phone 227-3161. Box 535.
By J. B. WILAMS, SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR 1