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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 NUMBER 26
Sharks Will Enter The CMoney forSt. Joe Board To Try To Speed
Baseball Season Tues. Point Park Road
Port St. Joe High School will Discussion on the proposed road u r t h oe
get back into the baseball wars l n to ire to St. Joseph's Peninsula State
this year and will begin their first Verciants ire Park came up for discussion Tues-
year of play in several seasons, i day at the County Commission
include six ho me games and six Comm r meeting. K After a lull of some six weeks last year. some areas may be obtainable with
include six home games and six Commissioner Kennedy, who at-Leinsce
games on the road. The Port St. Joe Retail Mer- tended the State Road Board meet- America Lego Post since the failure to hire architect Graham said, "as of now, we the moving of a few houses.
Andy Portera is head baseball chant's Division met at the Motel ing in Tallahassee on March 2 in- Norman P. Gross, discussion of the aren't going anywhere". FINANCING DISCUSSED
coach for the Port St. 3Je High last Friday and heard a request formed the Board that they had In Membership Drive new Gulf County Courthouse be- As a move forward, Graham sug- Chairman McDaniell suggested
School andsays that after two Carles Smih, for funds to been requested by the area Road gan to creep into the conversation gested that the Board set up a to the Board that they should in-
weeks of much-interrapted prac- aid in historical excavations at the Board member to pledge $200,000 The American Legion, Post 116, of the County Commission Tuesday meeting of the entire Board with struct Gulf County's delegation to
ice, that he sees promise of a St. Joseph Point for construction of. the road, pay- is beginning a big membership at their regular meeting, the St. Joe Paper Company next introduce legislation to the coming
hustling team. Coach Portera says Smith, representing the Gulf able at $25,000 a year out of Gulf's drive throughout Gulf .County this Commissioner Walter Graham week to discuss a possible site Florida session to provide the
that inexperience will 'be the big- county Historical Association said secondary road funds, and the road week, according to Albert T. asked the Clerk, George Y. Core, and terms of purchase for property county with authority to sell rev-
gest detiment t he Starks. T that an archaeology class at Flor- would be built as soon as the Road Thames, membership drive chair- bids on land for a courthouse site This will be the first such met- tyuecertificate s against the couDan-
team starts the season with only ida State University is interesting Department could obtain money to man and John T. Simpson, Co- in Port St. Joe a co r result of an ing sincll be the firstMay 26 election ell offere trackhe opinion that themes. McDan-
that experience gained from past in excavatinan old Spanish se complete the road from other sour- mander of the Postin ortSt. Joe as a result of an ing since the May 26 election iel offered the opinion that the
seasons: of Dae F th and Babe cement site n hod Spnih st- ces. id that a s ey of the advertisement for bids on a site The Board agreed with Mr. Gra- race track funds would be all but
Ruth baseball to prepare his team tlement site on the Point. Smith Co y B d ws hams said that a survey of the about six weeks ago. ham's suggestion to meet with the eliminated after the reapportion-
Ruth baseball to Irepare his team said the University would. put The CoUnty Board was notified county has shown that there are Core reported that no bids had Company next week, also a definite ment of Representative and Sena-
members. some $7500 into the project and at the March 2 meeting that State over 600 eligible for membership been received that o b d ay had not een set as of yesnite ntal Districts which has been or-
On the harks hedule is onl the Historical Association is try- primary road money could not be in Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, which r en ed e day had not been set as of yestertoal Districts which has been or
one team that ihasnt been playing 'ing to raise $350.00 to help pay for used on the project, as has been has a present membership of 90. Graham thenstated that the At- day. dered by the Supreme Court for
baseball every season, and that loading of the students who will re- the thought up until ow. concentrated effort is bei torney General of the State of or- Commissioner Kennedy stated this year. McDaniell suggested that
tA concentrated effort is being ida had given the Board the opin- that the Board should also not rule the county tie up a portion of this
team is Wewhttchka 'Other teams main in Port St. Joe during the The road has been hanging fire made by, the local post to enroll ion that they should go forward out other parcels of land in the fund to y off revenue certificates
on the sdfheae l are e rtteheloozd, excavation period. far nearly a year, with difficulties every eligible veteran in the con: on that they should go forward out other parcels of land in t o pay off reenue certificates
Bay High, Quincy, Apalachicola The MerchantsDivision' agreed in obtaining right of way for the centrated membership drive, which with construction of the court- City, other than those owned by before they are taken away from
and Blounttown. to give $75.00 toward the project. project, blocking it up until No- is now under way.se aer e May election of the Paper Company. He said that the county.
The Sharks :pen heir season Dennis Dawson of Port St. Joe* Ovemberx when srint of way was The current drive will reach a McDaniell suggested that the
next Tuesday at Rutherford. Their High School approached the Mer- finally released by land owners. high point Tuesday night of next Board request authoriy to float
first home .game will Ibe a 'return chant's Division in behalf of the The County agreed Tuesday to week when all of the veterans of T paper Presents Fiance Program to up to $70,000 a year in revenue
match with Rtihefardi con Satur- Student Council. The Council wish- ~il ted e h$20D,0DD for the road the county will be entertained with certificates to pay for the court
day, Mardih 20. es to "hire out" its membershm p 'to and notify the State Road Board a free fish fry at the Centennial t B rd; Wis Ha Other s house and all expenses pertaining
"' entire schedule is as fol- local merchants for one day to ~tf ir sctn. Building. to its construction. It was estimat-
1k entire schedule 'is as fol-lraise money for the organization. Building. ed that this amount would pay off
,s: raise money for the organization. The Post has made an attempt to. Senator George G. Tapper met county. ed that t approxmately $ million
.March 16, 3:30 p.m., CST, Ruther- The group moved to hire the mail a personal invitation to every with the County Commission last Atpresent Gulf County receives a s certificates.ximately 1 million
ford, Itere. students at a rate of $5.00 per dayr Sc s in veteran in the County to attend Thursday evening in the Port St about $235,000 annually from race commissioners Walt Graham
March ?0, 8:00 'pim., EST, Ru- with the students to work rom Ithe fish fry, but all veterans are track money and Tapper estimates emissioners er theam
the fish fry, but all veterans are Joe City Hall to explain his plan Gulf will receive in the neighbor- idea of instructing the local legis-
therford, uere. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with an hoir il l invited to attend, whether or not Joe ty to explan hs Gulf will receive in the neighbor-
ivarch 22, 8:00 p.m., EST, Wewa- off for lunch. p l u serv e they received an invitation in the for using a portion of the race hood of $35,000 after reapportion- ldea of instructig the local legis-
hitchka, here. Guests at the meeting were Bob mail. track monies now received by the ment, and a resulting gain of pow- s a or such a locall
March 26, a doubleheader, 3:30 Vervaeke, Jake Belin and -Lloyd Troop 125 with 25 Junior Girl l. county as a source of funds to payer by large Florida counties. They were of the opinion that re-
~p.m., Bay High and Scouts started Girl Scout Week on' i gardless of the'county's request,
y, ay Hgh ad 8:00 pl.m Pope. Sunday, March 7, by atteig J. B. Bro~s Pae off a revenue certificate levy to Tapper pointed out that a court- 'the legislators would ask for any
hh tochurch in their Girl Scout uni- for construction of the Gulhouse must beanpalocal bill they wished on this
re 3, r for Leaders of No 125 are Mrs At itount courthouse to be bt c t m e He ao pointed threatened fund, and they felt the
March 30, Apalachicola, r8:00A* AHrrs t Ar .1A .. St.Joe.out tat loss racerackrevenues.
mr here. errys ',Williston Chason, Mrs. Jos. Dug- legislators should make up their
:2, 0... uin there".Invlved .n Wreck undy mo rni ^^ ng^ .. at 4:15 am- -e m e n llpr
AprilH 7*30 p.m., Quincy, t inVOlVed In Wreck gar, Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr., Mrs. J. B. Brooks, age 74, passed away Tapper stated he was making his must be made up by County money. own mind in the matter, and live
April 6, 3:30 p.m., EST, Wewa- Red Parker. Troop Coordinator, Sunday morning at 4:15 azn. in proposal since it was the concen- He made his recommendation to with the results, good or bad, with-
hitchka, there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perry .f.Port Mrs. Robert Faliski, and Troop Ad- the Municipal Hospital following a sus of opinion that revenue from forestall having to raise taxes for outthe County Commissioners be-
April 9, 8:00 p.m., Blountstown, St. Joe were involved in ttonmo- visor, Mrs. Fred Sutton. lengthy illness-,te. rasticall cukrtaled a d be both a cour lo. ss of re ing involved in the matter.
lae-. bile accident' near Wewahitchka Troop 125 is presently working He is suied b is a., Mrs. drastically curtailed after reap- ue by loss of race track funds. Both the Commissioners were
April 10, 7:30 p.m., Palachicola Saturday afternoon at aou on the Two Signs of Junior Girl Jd B. Brooks and a daughter, Mrs. rtionment o e Senate poc an epresentative Bhsen a tc to .n Wnams .
April 10, 7:30 p.M,,, alachicola Saturday afternoonaabout2eagreeable to the county using the
there. p.m. Scouting. Sign of the Arrow and iBr'aton Won both 1Af 912. loth House. Tapper said that prior com- lso at the meeting has stated that
April 30,4:00 ST Blounts- According to ..Toper en Mr -Signof the.St. Street. emitting of the money for revenue he will not agree to legislation al- trak unds a up a
onApri :0 ,,E th B h orand Mrs. Perry were trav- The 'Sign of the Arrow has nine The body was shipped to Bruns- certificates would have to be hon- lowing the county to issue revenue wese not revenue cerotfictes, cut
April .27, 3:00 p.m., CST, Bay eling North on hw 2 jut requirements including 3 badges. wick, Alabama Mondayfor funeral ored by the state, at no additional certificates to pay for a court- tee deegaon.
High, there. South of the West Arm Bridge he .symbol points the way along services and b al. costto the county should such house. He says that all of themon- Commissioner Whitfield moved
Boys preparing themselves fr when their vehicle was sideswiped the path of Girl Scouting through Comforter FuneralomeofPort certificates be in force at the time ey should be provided for building
the squad are Cathy, David bya vehicle driven by Earl Shly foundation elements. Citizenship, St. Joe handled local arrangements. the funds are removed from the schools in Gulf County. tartheChairman's suggestion
Wood, Ricky Godfrey, Jimmy Davis of Kinard. international friendship and serv- sioner Horton. On a vote, Commis-
Goodman, Danny Oakes, David No one sustained serious injuries ice are clearly highlighted in the a I sioners Whitfield, Horton and
Young, Gil Shealey, Billy Antley, and damages to both cars was es- .requirements. The Girl Scout SS Chairman McDaniell voted aye with
Lonnie Bell, Junior :Nichols, Andy timated at $800 by Trooper Mur- Promise and Laws, troop manage- Kennedy voting no and Graham
Trammel, Johnny Rogers, Mike phy. ment, health and safety are implied not casting a vote.
VWhite, Buddy Smith, Johnnie Wal- Davis was charged with driving in -all the requirements, helping
ker, David Dickey, Eric Aman and while intoxicated by the Highway the girls to see beyond their own "H o u se o o u I I ACTIONS OF COMMISSION
Alan Richardson. Patrol. troop. Badges relating to the arts,
home and out-of-doors are included. Mrs. Paul Fensom, house to A kick-off meeting will be held man of the Gulf County Chapter Tuesday of this week, the County
SThe Sign of the tar has 7 re- house crusade chairman for the Monday, March 29 at 10:00 a.m at will be in charge of the meeting. Board of Commissioners took up
quirements, 2 badges, with the the following items of business:
'S uirements, 2 badges, with the local American Cancer Society St. JamesEpiscopal Parish House. Area workers are listed be following items of business:
symbol of the star shining in all reports that plans are being made Worker kits will be distributed and Area workers are listed beow: Heard a request from David
Sa o in directions, guides girls, prepares t s b sade e fil ll r Neib Simmons Bayou and Jones Home Freeman, representing Gulf Life
the .fo nw for the House to House Crusade the film, "Tell Your Neighbor" stead, Mrs. T. D. Hutchins. Insurance Company.to increase the
them for new and bigger ideas.. for March 29 through April 2. will be shown. Cecil Curry, chair- Wad Rsidge Mr. Jchin Insurance Company t to increase the
S 1 April 24, the troop will partici- Ward Ridge, Mrs. John Rich. premium on the county's group
Sr d I m pate in the Junior Showcase, in Oak Grove, Mrs. B. W. Wilder hospitalization insurance plan. The
SU Tallahassee, where the theme of Two FSBE Ct Hwho will be assisted by Mrs L. W. increase would amount to an in-
l .i ^ C I the showcase, "Look Wider Still," Cox, Mrs. Harvey ennedy crease of $2.87 per month for em-
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY will enable the Junior Girl Scouts J-l 'sca- e Mrs. Harry Brewton. ployee policies and $8.05 per month
of the Tallahassee Bend area to in COUnty Ja an Esc pe Agan Highland View, Mrs. Bud Wil- for dependents policies. The in-
meet together for the first time liamson. crease was requested because pay-
since council enlargement. Two escapees from Florida Boys it was gone and presumably tak- Beach homes on Highway 98, meant of claims is exceeding pre-
Glenn Boyles has taken a whole page in The Star this week The Brownie Scouts of Troops School in Marianna passed through en by the FSB escapee. Mrs. Tom Alsokrook. miums received. The Board asked
to tell you and try to make you believe he is only 19 157 and 48 have recently complet- Port St. Joe sometime Sunday The car was found abandoned St. Joe Beach, Mrs. Ralph Nance. Freeman to meet with employees
yrs 1romKenney's Mill, Mrs. J. B. Harris. this week and explain the increase.
years ~ld. ed a course in tying knots and are morning, leaving a stolen Jackson early Wednesday in Jacksonville Beacon Hill, Mrs. E. L. Atkin- L. S. Bissett presented a plat
Regardless of his taking the best means at hand-a full page now taking up a study about milk. County car and taking an automo- but whoever took it had van- son and Mrs. Parker Hart. for St. Joe Paper Company setting
in The Star-and using the best advertising media around these parts Brownie leaders are Mrs. Mur- bile from the St. Joe Motor ~Dom ished. Mexico Beach, Mrs. John Kr- out Unit No. 10 to St. Joseph's Ad-
and in spite .of his using a picture that is at least 15 years old at the lene Ward and Mrs. Janelle Hardy. pany to continue their bid for I___ Mexer.ach s. ohn a- out n
top of his column we hardly see how he can convince every- Assistant leaders are Mrs. Janie freedom. The boys had escaped er edition. The new unit is located be-
-body that he is but 19 years old. Murphy and Mrs. Opal Burns. from the Boys School. Members Omitted Overstreet, Mrs. James Guilford. tween Fifth and Sixth Street and
During Girl Scout Week, the The Jackson County car was Plans are being made with the between Baltzell Avenue and St.
During Girl Scout Week, the 'The Jackson County car was From C ist Ministerial Alliance for working Joseph's Bay. The Board accepted
Even as good as Star advertising is, we don't believe anyone will Brownies are wearing their pins abandoned near the Fred Maddx M serial Alliance for working Joseph's Bay. The Board accepted
be convinced of this claim. to chooL home on Fourth Street and report- North Port St. Joe. the plat.
A tIn publishing last week's list of. Port St. Joe area captains are The Sheriff's Department told
day But congratulations on the effort, Glenn ... and happy birth- The leader in North Port St. Joe ed by him to the city police. The N me besit ot SRe .tf o M S ayn c s Hre The SheBri DepartSmt
s Mr e Patton andbshe has matter was turned ove The members in the Port St. Joe Cham- Mrs. S. R. Stone, Mrs. Wayne Hen-.the Board that John T. Smith has
dayor every year that you willn admit to and the others also. is Mrs. Juli Patton and she has matter was turned over to e her of Commerce, the following drix, Mrs. Bill Simmons, Mrs. Wil. been hired as a Deputy Sheriff to
SAt about the same time, a car names were inadvertently left out. liam Whaley, Mrs. Dave Jones and be stationed in Wewahitchka.
This is the second week in 'a row with no pictures on the front 'New Boks Added was discovered missing from the The following individuals epre- Mrs. William chafin Tax Assessor Samuel A. Pat-
page-. A situation that we do.not like. New St. Joe Moto Company lot sent the 10 memberships purchas- Many cancer crusaders have rick filed three reductions in taxes
But it has come about through the necessity that we had the TO Regional Library Later in the day one of the boys edby the St. Joe Paper Company, been assigned residential sections against property, which were al-
flu and were afraid to get out to make pictures in the weather we busied himself trying to steal a They include: to canvass, but many more volun- lowed by the Board.
have been having. The following new books have tag in Carrabelle, while the other Wayne Ashley, J. C. Belin, L. S. teers are needed. Anyone willing Commissioner Graham asked
Waebeen had kn te bk a t been placed in the Regional Li- boy tried to beg money for gaso- Bissett, S. R. Brown, T. S. Colde- to help is asked to get in touch that the Clerk contact the State
if We had to make one of those necessary trips to the bank last brary according to librarian Mrs. line at a home. But he made the wey, C. B. Curry, Roy Irwin, E. D. with her area captain or Mrs. Paul Road Department and inquire of
ursday, flu and all, and the first thing we saw was Ted Cannon, Elizabeth Jones: mistake of trying to beg money Ramsey H H. Slunteeraunders and W. E Fensom the status of turn-outs to be con-
dbviously, himself, a victim of the flu bug. "A.lantic Fury" by, Hammond from a Franklin County Deputy-- aley nounced when the list s complete, an d the Ind Mu nicipal Hospitalr the
We sat down at his desk and immediately we began to argue Innes and a relative of Otis Pyle, St. Joeounced when the list is complete and the Industrial Road ear the
back and forth as to which was the sicker (with the flu-not our "The Sand Pebbles" by Richard Motor Company manager. Thrift Shop Asking e. overpass.
usual appearance) and it appeared that Ted was winning when he McKenna. The boys were arrested and Dixie Youth Baseball A telegram from the Associa-
jumped to answer the phone. I had him then. 'I couldn't hear "Orphans of the Sky" by Robert lodged in the Gulf County jail in For Used Clothin g 0 tion of County Commissioners ar-
the phone ring and he could. A. Heinlein. Wewahitchka. Meeting Tomorrow rived during the meeting Tuesday,
"Fox and the Camellias" by Ig- Monday night, the boys worked Anyone having clothing or asking Gulf's endorsement of a
nazio Silone. a loose bar out and escaped the other merchandise to donate for There will be a very important request to the Florida Legislature,
Even though we had spring all winter long, our past two months "Those Harper Women" by Bir- Gulf County jail, and one is still sale at the Thrift Shop please meeting of Dixie Youth Baseball which would return the seventh
of winter .have made me glad to see spring. I guess this was be- mingham. at large. One of the boys was ap- contact Mrs. Milton Anderson at Friday, March 12 at 4:45 p.m. in cent gasoline tax back to the coun-
cause this-was the first winter I have been sick in about five years. "The Old Gods Laughed" by Yer- prehended shortly after the jail 229-2491, Mrs. Leonard Belin at the St. Joe Paper Company con- ties for expenditure on road con.
But the sap is rising now and I hear thefish are biting .. My by. break. 227-3501 or Mrs. Bob Congleton ference room. struction. Gulf County had already
motor is full of gas (outboard, that is) and the creek calleth. "The Veil of the Seventh Virgin" at 229-2146. All officers, sponsors, managers advocated this plan. The move is
by Victoria Hope. Early Tuesday morning, Mrs. Following are the workers for and assistant managers are urged being taken to allow counties t'
But even though spring has sprung, we will not neglect to do __ Marvin Cross parked her auto at March 13 for the Thrift Shop: to be present. construct roads, to state specifica-
a mess of printing, if you happen to have such, to enjoy the season the West Florida Gas Company Mrs. Tom Parker, Mrs. Robert This will be the last meeting be- tions, without paying for expensive
for gambolling, about enjoying life. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR where she works. By 9:00 a.m. King and Mrs. Wade Barrier. fore the season begins. -tate engineering services.
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Cut Beans ------2 cans 39c
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Whole Green Beans 2
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Midget Peas .. 2 cans 49c
Jitney Jungle Quart Jar
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THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965
MINUTES of the
BOARD of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Wewahitchka, Florida, before that date, shall be valid and
March 2, 1965. binding upon all of them as an
The Board of Public Instruction agreement under which this co-
of Gulf County, Florida, met on operative project is undertaken in
the above date in regular session accordance with the terms of the
with the following present and act- resolution.
ing: W. J. Ferrell, Chairman, B. J. This resolution supersedes any
Rich, William Roemer, Sr., Eld- previous resolution adopted by the
ridge Money and J. K. Whitfield. above named counties pertaining
The Superintendent was present to this matter.
and acting. R. Marion Craig,
The minutes of the preceding Superintendent of Public
meetings of February 2 and Febra- Instruction.
ary 22 Nwere read and approved as W. J. Ferrell,
read with the following, correction School Board Chairman.
to the minutes of February 2: The B. J. Rich, Sr., .
minutes read "On motion by Whit- School Board Member.
field and seconded by Roemer a Joseph K. Whitfield,.
proposal was made to have an all- School Board Member.
natural gas kitchen installed in the Eldridge Money,
proposed new cafeteria at Port St. School Board Member.
Joe High School." The second was William Roemer, Sr.,
made by Money instead of Roemer. School Board Member.
The Board considered Mr. Wayne The Board unanimously adopted
Saunders' recommendation to ap- the following resolution:
point Mr. Carl McKinnon Williams Whereas, Section 601 of the Fed- -
as Assistant Principal and teacher eral Civil-Rights Act of 1964 pro-
in the Port St. Joe High School. vides that:
After considerable discussion on "No person in the United
motion by,.Roemer t. appoint Mr. States .shall, on:-the- ground' of
Williams and seconded by Whit- race, color ,or national origin, be
field, all voted Yes. excluded from participation in, ,
On motion by Whitfield and sec- be denied the benefits of, or be t
onded by Roemer, all voted Yes to subjected to discrimination un-
adopt the following resolution: der any program or activity re-
Resolution ceiving Federal financial assis-
Whereas, the Boards of Public tance."
Instruction of Calhoun, Franklin, and, s
Gulf, and Liberty Counties, Florida, Whereas, Gulf County will not
(sometimes hereafter called cooper- be eligible for further Federal fi-
ative boards) desire to enter into nancial assistance under any pro-
a cooperative project under, which gram administered through the U.
there will be provided a cooper- S. Office of Education unless it
ative film and instructional mate- furnishes to the U. S. Office of Edu- l
rials library for the public schools cation an assurance of compliance I
of these counties for the school with Title VI of the Federal Civil
year beginning July 1, 1964, as au- Rights Act, or in the alternative g
thorized and permitted by law, submits a plan for desegregation s
and prior to March 3, 1965, which the c
Whereas, by Chapter 63-376, Laws U. S. Commissioner of Education
of .Florida, such law being enacted determines is adequate to accom-
by the Legislature of Florida dur- plish the purpose of said Act, and, i
ing the-year 1963, it is provided Whereas ,the elimination of Fed- f
that such project shall be initiated eral financial assistance to the t:
by resolutions spread upon the min- schools of Gulf County would se-
utes of each County Board con- riously handicap the operation of n
cerned, Now Therefore: said schools, and this Board deems e
Be It Resolved by the Board of it necessary to comply with said
Public Instruction of Gulf County, Civil Rights Act to assure further
Florida: ,Federal financial assistance to the S
1. The Board of Public Instruc- schools of Gulf County and thus g
tion of Calhoun County, Florida, eliminate the probability of a Fed- g
will maintain and operate in the eral Court Order requiring deseg- s
county a cooperative film library regation in addition to the loss of t
project for the purpose of provid- Federal financial assistance to Gulf s
ing 16mm educational films and County Schools; u
other instructional materials for Now, Therefore, be is resolved
the public schools of the Counties by the Board of Public Instruction .
of Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, and Li- of Gulf County, Florida, in regular
berty, Florida. The Board of Public session assembled on the 2nd day
Instruction of Calhoun County, of March, 1965, as follows:
Florida, will maintain, service and Section 1. Definitions.
distribute the films and other in- As used in this Resolution herein
structional materials; the cost of the rules and regulations herein
utilizing such films in the counties contained, the following definitions
of the respective cooperating will apply:
boards will be paid by each of them (a) The words "child" and "pu-
respectively. pil" mean a person residing in this
2. Control and ownership of all county qualified under the laws of
films and materials, except those Florida for admission to a public
purchased by Franklin, Gulf, and school and desiring to attend a
Liberty Counties, and control and public school.
administration of the project, from (b) The word "parent" means the
the standpoint of maintenance and father, mother, guardian of any
distribution, shall be vested in the child, or the person standing in
Board of Public Instruction of Cal- loco parents to any child, and
houn County, Florida. All films shall include, when applicable, one
received through Special Projects, or more persons.
loans, or grants shall remain the (c) The word "assignment" means
property of the Calhoun County the act of the Board or principal
Board of Public Instruction. How- of the school designating the par-
ever, should Calhoun County ever ticular school in which the child
become unable to serve as the di- shall be enrolled.
reacting county, all participating (d) The word "board" means the
counties agree to contact the Flor- Board of Public Instruction of Gulf
ida State Department of Education County, Florida.
to consider the selection of an- Section II. That beginning with
other directing county or to consid- the 1965-66 school term the Board
er dividing the special project films of Public Instruction of Gulf Coun-
and equipment among the partici- ty will follow the plan of assign-
pating counties. This permission ment of pupils as follows:
must be legally granted in writing (a) All pupils -enrolled in Gulf
from the Florida State Department County public schools for the
of Education before any such ac- school year 1964-65 will be as-
tion is taken. signed for the 1965-66 school term
Franklin, Gulf, and Liberty to the school that they attended in
Counties may withdraw as a par- the 1964-65 term, except those pu-
ticipating county and remove films pils, who, through promotion, will
that the particular county has spe- be assigned to a school of higher
cifically bought, at the end of any classification; subject, however, to
fiscal year if the county so de- the right of any pupil to request
sires, transfer or reassignment to a
3. All of the financial costs of school of his or her choice as here-
maintaining such project, except to inafter provided in Section IV
the extent the cost thereof shall hereof, and to have the said re-
be paid or provided by funds re- quest fairly considered without re-
ceived from sources other than gard to race, color or national
those cooperating boards, will be origin.
paid by them and the cost of main- (b) Pupils being promoted from
training such program will be paid elementary school to junoir high
by the cooperating boards. school and from junior high school
4. The Boards of Public Instruc- to senior high school will be as-
tion of Franklin, Gulf, and Liberty signed to the higher ranking school
'Counties, Florida, shall pay to the for the school year 1965-66 to which
Board of Public Instruction of Cal- they would have been assigned un-
houn County, Florida, their share der the present plant of assignment
of the cost of maintaining such in effect for the school year 1964-
program as set forth for 1964-65, 65; subject, however, to the right
on or before June 1, 1965, in one of any pupil to request transfer or
lump sum. re-assignment to a school of his or
5. The cooperating boards recog- her choice as hereinafter provided
nize and agree that during the year in Section IV hereof.
there may be other counties whose (c) At the close of the school
Boards of Public Instruction desire year 1964-65 the principal of each
to participate in the cooperative school where such pupil is attend-
program. They hereby agree that ing shall make a notation of such
such may be permitted, providing assignment for the succeeding
each such Board desiring to partici- school years on the report card of
pate in the program shall adopt a such pupil and a letter will be sent
resolution identical with or similar by the Superintendent of Public
to this resolution, containing the Instruction of Gulf County, Florida,
agreements hereto set forth, with (delivery to be effected by giving
such resolution approved by the the letter to each child enrolled in
State Department of Education, and the Gulf -County public schools,
provided, further, that each such with appropriate instructions for
Board so desiring to participate in delivery to the parent or guardian
this program shall agree to pay and or person standing in loco parents
shall pay such amount as these to such pupil), which letter will be
cooperating boards mutually agree in the form below:
is a reasonable amount to be paid "Dear Parent or Guardian:
by such additional participating This letter is to advise you that
county for its participation in such the report card of your child will
program, and provided that the indicate the assignment of the
present participating counties vote school to which your child will be
unanimously to admit other coun- assigned for the 1965-66 school |
6. The agreement between the While it is the function of the
cooperating boards set forth in this school administration to recom-
resolution shall not be effective mend assignments, a parent's pref-
unless this resolution is adopted by erence of schools will be fairly con-
each of these cooperating boards sidered. You are herewith advised
on or before March 1, 1965, but, that you are being afforded a reas-
if adopted by each of them on or unable and conscious opportunity
THE STAR, Port St. Joe,. 'lp.
* FOUR SPEEDS
* FOUR SPEAKERS
* DIAMOND STYLUS
* SOLID WOOD
* MAHOGANY FINISH
to apply for admission to any school
for which your child is eligible
without regard to race or color anid
to have that choice fairly consid-
ered by the Board of Public Instruc-
tion. If you wish to exercise your
right of preference, you must make
application on forms available at
the office of the Superintendent
of Public Instruction between the
hours of 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
5:00 o'clock P. M. Eastern Standard
Time during the period of time
from June 15 to July 1, 1965, which
application shall set forth the name
of the school to which your child
has been assigned, the name of the
school to which he desires to at-
tend and the specific reason re-
assignment is requested.
Our pupil assignment regulations
provide for several criteria in the'
individual assignment of pupils,
such as attendance areas, transpor-
tation facilities, uniform testing,
available facilities, scholastic apti-
tude and other factors, except race,
color or national origin.
If you should exercise such pref-
erence of a school rather than the
school to which your child has been
assigned, you will be notified in
writing of a time and place you
may appear before the Board of
Public Instruction to have your
preference further considered.
Each year hereafter so long as your
child -attends the public schools of
Gulf County the report card of your
child at the close of the school
year will contain a notation of his e
or her assignment to the public
school which he will attend for
the succeeding year."
Section II. At the close of the
school year 1965-66 and at the close
of each school year thereafter,
each pupil then attending a public
school in Gulf County shall be as- t
signed to the public school applic- t
able to such pupil (whether ele- a
nentary, junior high or senior a
ligh school) nearest his residence, I
when practicable, except that the I
considerationss provided in Section r
V hereof may be applied in the t
assignment of all pupils to public a
schools in Gulf County. Such as- a
ignment shall be made at the g
:lose of each school year hereafter s
by the principal of each school s
where such pupil is attending, mak- d
ug a notation of such assignment s
or the succeeding school year on t
he report card of such pupil which t
notation shall constitute notice to t
uch pupil and to his or her par- IM
nt or guardian of such assignment, ii
In the initial assignment of any 1
upil who will enter an elementary h
school of Gulf County in the first b
rade, the parent or guardian or t]
erson standing loco parents to s
uch pupil shall make applica- o
ion to enroll such pupil in the d
school of their choice from May 15 fE
until the last day of the regular a
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Rabid Wild Animals
On Increase In State
Says Health Board
JACKSONVILLE Rabid bats
In 1964 there were 47 rabid rac-
coons found, eight in St. Johns,
five in Hardee and the remainder
scattered over the state. But none
was reported from Bay, Brevard,
Dade, Highlands, Hillsborough,
registration week of the school year
for which such pupil is entitled to
be enrolled ,and the initial assign-
ment of such pupil shall be in ac-
cordance with Section IV hereof.
Section IV. In the assignment
transfer or re-assignment of any
pupil attending the public schools
in Gulf County, Florida, the first
consideration shall be that the as-
signment will be to the school
nearest the residence of the pupil;
provided, however, the following
considerations may be applied in
the assignment, transfer or re-as-
signment of any pupil, if such con-
siderations are applied without re-
gard to race, color or national ori-
(a) The achievement scores, scho-
lastic aptitude, intelligence or aca-
demic attainments of the pupil as
compared to the average of the
achievement scores, scholastic ap-
titude, intelligence or academic
attainments of the class in the
school to which such pupil will be
assigned, or seeks a transfer, to
the end that there will be estab-
lished in such classroom an envi-
ronment of equality among pupils
with like qualifications in achieve-
ment scores, scholastic aptitude,
intelligence or academic attain-
(b) The school bus transportation
routes from the residence of the
pupil to the school to which he is
assigned or desires to attend in
order that it shall not become nec-
essary to supplement the available
school transportation service.
(c) The available facilities, such
as teaching capacity or pupil load
of the school to which the pupil
will be assigned or seeks a transfer.
Section V. That in the event the
parent or guardian of any pupil or
;he person standing in loco parents
;o any pupil is dissatisfied with the
assignment of such pupil or desires
a transfer or re-assignment of such
pupil from the school which the
pupil would normally attend by
reason of his residence being closer
o such school or by reason of his
assignment based on the consider-
itions applicable, such parent or
guardian of any pupil or the per-
on standing in loco parents to
uch pupil may make application I
directly to the Board of Public In- ]
traction of Gulf County, Florida, ]
through the office of the Superin-
endent of Public Instruction be- s
ween the hours of 9:00 o'clock A. t
I. and 5:00 o'clock P. M. EST dur- I
ng the period of time from June
5th through July 1st of each year
ereafter. Such application shall
be in writing and shall set forth
he name of the school to which
uch pupil was assigned, the name
f the school to which the pupil
esires to be re-assigned or trans- s
erred and the specific reason re- (
assignment or transfer is request
When such request in writing is
received by the Board, it shall no-
tify in writing such parent or guar-
dian or person standing in loco
parents to any applicant of a time
and place of hearing upon such
application, which hearing shall be
held before the Board within twen-
ty (20) days after the request in
writing is received. The majority
of the Board shall be a quorum for
the purpose of holding such hear-
ing and passing upon such applica-
tion and the decision of the ma-
jority of the members present at
such hearing shall be the decision
of the Board. If at such hearing
the Board shall find that such pupil
is entitled to be enrolled in the
school for which such pupil has
applied, the Board shall direct that
such pupil be enrolled in and ad-
mitted to such school. If the Board
finds that the pupil is not entitled
to be enrolled in such school for
which the application has been
made under the criteria herein-
above set forth, the Board shall no-
tify the parent or guardian or per-
son standing in loco parents, in
writing, within five (5) days from
the date of said hearing, of its de-
cision, the specific reason why
such application was not granted
and that such applicant may seek a
review of the decision of the Coun-
ty Board by making and filing an
application for review with fhe
State Board of Education, within
thirty (30) days after the decision
of the County Board of Public In-
struction, pursuant to Section
230.232, Florida Statutes, 1963, and
Passed and adopted this 2nd day
of March, A. D. 1965, by the Board
of Public Instruction of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, in regular session as-
W. J. Ferrell,
Chairman, Board of Public
Instruction, Gulf County,
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF.
I, R. M. Craig, Superintendent of
Public Instruction of Gulf County,
Florida, on the 2nd day of March,
above and foregoing Resolution is
a true and correct copy of a reso-
lution adopted by the Board of
Public Instruction of Gulf County,
Florida ,on the 2nd day of March,
A. D. 1965, in regular session as-
sembled ,as it appears 'on file in
the office of the Board of Public
instruction of Gulf County, Florida.
Dated this 2nd day of March,
A. D. 1965.
R. M. Craig,
Superintendent of Public
Instruction, Gulf County,
The Superintendent was in-
structed to have numbers painted
on all school buses in the county
He was also instructed to formu-
late policies governing all aspects
of the county transportation sys-
tem. These policies are to be pre-
sented for the Board's consideration
at the next Board meeting. The Su-
perintendent was instructed to con-
tact the interested insurance com-
panies of Gulf County concerning
the Board's desire to put the liabil-
ity insurance coverage for all the
vehicles in the county school sys-
tem on a bid basis.
There being no further business,
The Board adjourned to meet again
in regular session April 6, 1965, at
9:00 A. M. C. S. T.
W. J. Ferrell,
R Marion Craig, Superintendent.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY;
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
E. M. WARD,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
E. M. WARD, deceased, are here-
by notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
have against said estate in the Of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six calendar months from the date
of the first publication of this
Notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney ,or it will
become void according to law.
Dated this 5th day of March,
Is/ RALPH W. WARD,
Executor of the Estate of
E. M. Ward, Deceased.
Silas R. Stone,
321 Reid /.venue,
Port St. Joe, Florida,
Attorney for Executor.
Mar. 11-18-25, Apr. 1
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are increasing in Florida, rabid Manatee, Marion, Okaloosa, Palm
raccoons are decreasing but rabid Beach, Pinellas, Polk or Sarasota.
animals of all species have increase Forty-four rabid bats were found
ed slightly, the State Board of last year. 24 in Hillsborough. The
Health says. remainder were scattered but none
Dr. James B. Nichols, director was found in Alachua, Baker, Bay,
of the Division of Veterinary Pub- Brevard, Dade, Gilchrist, Hillsbor-
lic Health, said there were only ough, Indian River, Lake, Lee,
five cases of rabies in domestic Leon, Levy, Madison, Nassau, Pas-
animals last year-"a tribute to co, Putnam, St. Johns, Seminole,
pet owners, local health units and Suwanee or Volusia.
private veterinarians-who seem to Dr. Nichols said parents should
be cooperating more and more to warn children not to pick up bats
prevent spread of rabies from wild- or wild animals which are appar-
life to domestic animals." ently tame. They probably are
However, Dr. Nichols said 22,000 rabid.
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year and a number had to take
painful anti-rabies shots. Rabies is
a 100 per cent fatal disease to ani-
mal or man once it develops. There
is no vaccine for man but it can be
prevented from developing in most
instances if anti-rabies shots are
take nsoon enough.
"Preventive measures are im-
portant," Dr. Nichols said. "Don't
Animals should be inoculated
each year and he urged that pet
owners not forget.
There were 90 cases of rabies in
all animals in 1963; 105 in 1964.
There were four rabid dogs and
one rabid cat in 1963. In 1964 there
were four rabid cats: Bay, Dade,
Putnam and Volusia; and one rabid
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S : stemmed pink rose, entertained with a buffet dinner Church of the Nazarene. this week in the Long Avenue Bap- Jerome Barnes, son of Mr. and
A floor length gown fashioned honoring Miss Flynne Owen and The reception will immediately tist Church of Port St. Joe. This Mrs. Frank Barnes of 603 Garrison
:' -;' similar to the bridesmaids, with a Mr. Jack Mitchell on Friday, Feb- follow and will be held in this an annual occurrence for the lo- Avenue, is the Youth Week pas-
.;, bodice of pink and a skirt of white ruary twenty-six, at eight o'clock
bodice of pink and a skirt of white ruary twenty-six at eight o'clock home of the brideAllfriendsand cal church. Each year the church tor of the church. He will be as-
Sorgandy, was worn by the flower in the Fellowship hall of the Olive ra of the coupe are elects certain young people from sisted in the Sunday evening wor-
girl. She wore a small bandeau hatBaptst Church in Pensacola. to attend the ceremony and recep- its membership to serve in various ship service at 5 o'clock with a
Sand carried a white satin basket The buffet table was laid with a tion positions of leadership in :hegroup of students of the Baptist
filled with'pink rose petals. floor length dark green cloth over- ___ church for one week. Youth Week Student Union of Gulf Coast Col-
SMr. Mitchell chose as his best laid with white organza. A four GOLDEN AGERS MET MONDAY for this year began on last Sunday lege from Panama City.
man his grandfather, Mr. Wade branch antique brass candelabrum, AT FLORIDA POWER LOUNGE and will conclude next Sunday,
.' .. ." "' Mitchell. Ushers serving the groom holding tall white tapers with an March 14. VITRO WIVES TO HOLD MEET
were Bill Chism,, David Mussel- oval arrangement of yellow and The Golden Agers met Monday Young people holding places of'MARCH 16 AT POWER LOUNGE
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Harold Parazine. an hyacinthus entwined with ivy, The meeting was called to order Youth Week are: Jerome Barnes, next meeting this coming Tuesday,
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and a bone-trimmed white orchid ors of the bride-elect, symmetrical- candy to raise money. Three cards Dale Jackson, Edith McLawhon, funeral of her sister, Mrs. Mattie
corsage completed her attire, ly arranged in twin bronze cherub were sent to members who are Becky Hendrix, Vickie Fowler, Daniell, in Thomasville, Ga., last
The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. compotier. On either side of these shut in and in sorrow. Fran Robbins, Danny Odum, Eve- week. Accompanying Mrs. Daniell
Mitchell, wore a street length arrangements were antique brass Mrs. H. T. Brinson and Mrs. Car- lyn Dockery, Wayne Braxton, Con- were Mr.. and Mrs. Emmett Daniell,
S jacket dress of emerald green candlesticks with burning tapers. rie Gibson served delicious refresh- nie Jackson, Joe McLeod, Charlotte Mrs. W. D. Dare, and Mr. Arnold
SI a peau de soie and champagne or-, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell's guests ments to the 18 members present. Maddox, Catherine Ramsey, Rita Daniell.
.' buttons and sheath skirt were of Owen, Mr. Jack Mitchell, Mr. and 22 at the Florida Power lounge.
green peau de sole with a bodice Mrs. Eugene Owen, the Reverend ----- -----
of champagne organza. Champagne and Mrs. Jeff Rousseau, Miss Ging- Florida Greeting Service,
accessories 'and a yellow throated er Goetter, Mr. John Rose, Mr. Inc.
7 orchid corsage completed her en- Wade Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
semble. Lovelace, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Hal A cordial welcome awaits you'from
A A reception in the fellowship Parazine, Miss Ladonna Houghton,
hall at, the church followed the Mr .Charles Boley, Miss Linda Lef- the local merchants and civic
ceremony. The table laid ,with a fler, Mr. Bill Chism, Mr. and Mrs. organizations of Port St. Joe.
bridal satin cloth with tulle and David Musselwhite, Mr. and Mrs.
lace held a three tiered wedding Bob Kerrigan, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Brought to you by our local hostess
cake decorated with tiny pink James Jernigan, Mrs. Charles Shul-If ou are a newcomer, please call
roses which was flanked oh each ar, Miss Debbie Owen, Mr. and
SFlynne wen Thomas side with silver candelabra. Mrs. Howard Clark, Miss Terry MRS. ANNE JOINES
MISS Eugenia Flynne we Ts Presiding at the cake table were Clark and Miss Margaret Mitchell.
Jr AreMarrMiss Chris Everitt and Miss Jean ______ 1002 Garrison Avenue Phone 229-1686
Jackson Mtichell, Jr., Are rried Martin.The punch tableheldar-AY YOUSAW IT IN THE STAR
rangements of the white gladioli,
Pensacola-Miss Eugenia Flynne Isanthemums, gladioli, brass cande- roses and ivy.
Owen became the bride of Thomas labra, magnolia and palms. Can- Presiding at the punch table
Jackson Mitchell, Jr., at Olive Bap- dles were lighted by Harold Para- were Miss Patty Boucher and Miss
tist Church Saturday, February 27, zine and Samuel Lovelace. Gail McVickers. Mrs. Sue Sutton,
at 7 p. m., with the Reverend Jeff Given in marriage by her father, aunt of the bride, was in charge of
Rousseau officiating., the bride wore a gown of nylon the bride's book.
Parents of the couple are Mr. organza, taffeta and pearls. A bat- For a wedding trip, the bride
and Mrs. Eugene D. Owen of 5924 teau neckline and long pointed donned a three piece ensemble of
well Street, Pensacola, and Mr. sleeves detailed the bodice, which winter white wool. The jacket was r
and Mrs. Thomas Jackson Mitchell featured a princess panel down the accented with navy buttons and
of Port Saint Joe. front and covered buttons fasten- piping on the collar and welt pock-k S
f orgt Saint Jo. J s J ed the bodice back and sleeves. ets. Navy blue shoes, bag and hat
The organist, Mrs. James Jernn- Gathers on the hips formed full- with off-white gloves were her ac- Shirttail Worm $14.98 I
gan played traditional wedding ness in the floor length skirt which cessories. She wore a white orchid -one piece /
marches for the. occasionand ac swept into a chapel train. Her bouf- corsage. Se n piece
companies Mr. Charles Boley as fant veil of silk illusion was held The couple will reside in Rome, .S
he san g, "Whither and invest Theby a crown of Alencon lace edged Georgia.
and "Whither Thou Goesltw The in seed pearls. The bride's bouquet' Out-of-town guests included Mr.
bride and groom knelt while the was. formed in a slight Hogarth and Mrs. Richard Payne and Ricky, Mississippi Belle
"The beauti f iner io" was s curve of white carnations and hya- Mrs. Otis Chapman, Miss Margaret $14.98
church was enhanced by ariorstately cinthus centered with a white Mitchell, Mr. Corbie Burkette, Mrs.
church was enhanced by a stately oh George L. Bray, Mr. and Mrs. Er-
arrangement of large white chrv- orchid. George L. Bray, Mr. and Mrs. Er-
Siss Ginger Goetter was maid of nest Jernigan, Julie, Sandra and
honor. Mrs. Samuel Lovelace, Jr., Greg, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grundin
and Mrs. Harold Parrazine, sis- and Mr. and Mrs. Gillis Nobles of
S- ters of the bride, along with Miss Milton; The Reverend and Mrs. Ce-
Ladonna Houghton served as other cil Murphy and Mr. Bill Chism of
attendants. Miss Debbie Owen Auburn, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs.
served her sister as a junior brides- Robert Kerrigan, Jr and Shari of
Phone 227-4191 maid. Miss Terry Clark was flower Tallahassee; Mrs. Russ Chism, Mr.
OPENING TIMES girl. and Mrs. William L. Bliss and Marie
Saturday.-------.12:45 p.m. The attendants were attired in and Miss Linda Leffer of Mobile,
Saturday 2:45 p.m. dresses of white crepe and pink Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. John Layman
MSunday ----- 2:45 p.m. chiffon. The bodice, of pink chif- of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. David
.-. fon veiled over pink taffeta, were Mussellwhite of Marietta, Georgia.
Last Time Today
Srs Spillersthe lesson.
S RSTANLEY M Mrs. Spillers Hosts Mrs. Ted Beard moderated the
S TANl EyS A MAD, monthly study from Ephesians. The
MAD, MAD, MAD Presbyterian Ladies lesson was entitled, "The Church's
SWORLD"re TECHNICR isans Messengers Stewards of God."
Mrs. R. M. Spillers was hostess The study ended with this state-
ment: "The glory of God shone
THATTIO ice-box pie and the group enjoyed to all Christian people everywhere.
CANPfIRY a combined "social hour" and busi-
FRI andSAT. t o te Pes ein Woen o th adjrou edgh Paul e meetsuffering withPaul
Church Circle Bible Study. The
h C cAUNlRSALRELe B daY heSEti counted no cost too great, no sacri-
S no al bsinss m ting fice too demanding that he might
econd Feature March. Jim Ghent o'l ok. M rs. Spillers- B ptit Y th W ill
sDANsOUDEE se l ortein ofthee e me gain Christ. This now is the chal-
PlETER FOicDAHAT The- group listened th o reports Lenjoyed-
in a ROSS HUNTER produce X given by two committee chairmen: The Baptist youth of this area As seen in Seventeen
S a combined "social hour" and busi- to all Christian Co- will hold their annual Associationeverywhere.
unity Action Resources; Mrs. Carl outh Night service on Saturday
the DOCTOR iZmmerman, Leadership and Re- of this week at 7:30 p. m. Churches
i/ IN AEsruA COLOR sources. Also, Mrs. H. A. Campbell participating will be the Baptist
lFUN,,ERALPICTUR r,,..mnrr.- reported that her project would be churches of Wewahitchka, White H D \ B D A T S Pinafore Shift
SUN MON. TA ES. completed by next week. A coth- ity, Highland View, Port St. Joe $10.98
TH ERALEEAE mittee of two was appointed by the Apalachicola and East Point.
n V UVn VVWW UKAA th president to choose a missionary The meeting will be held in the
Second Feature couple from one of the ten foreign auditorium of the Long Avenue
SANDA EEfields where Presbyterian missions Bptist Church of Port St. Joe The
are working. The group listened to repo- Reverend Andrew Smith of Pan-ts
.^ O jsS spond with the missionaries month- ama City will be conducting the
ANNly and plan to e th in aru meeting for the young people. The Here comes Thermo-Jac's Showboat .o. a packet full of new items! Crisp, fresh fabric
SMrs. R. M. Spillown were appointed for sirFortrel polyester and cotton for superb good looks that last great performance! will hold their annual Association
a munityhe selection. March was set as Youth Night seriodce wld Re- Showoat colors of Baton Rouge, Natche Blue or Delta Green. The fit is fabulous inday
theDOCT. OR f" deadline on the clothing drive and Re- of this week at 7:30 p. Churches
mittee of two was appointed by the mtApalachicola and East Point. ,J3h0.9
a March recipient for the Sunshine host church. All young people of sleeve shirt, 6.98.
WED. THURS. FRI. 'basket was voted on. the area are invited and especially
1| ', -T There were four requests made those from the above-mentioned
FACT OR FANTASY for prayer, and Mrs. J. R. Smith led churches. a a u a
UtAN JUNES"CESAR ROMERO
*ANAVU.N A WAAEf BOS 'IU,
S the women at their special prayer -
time. GARDEN CLUB MEETS TODAY
'. All were happy to welcome Mrs. The Port St. Joe Garden Club
Martin Bowman to the meeting. will meet today at the home of
Mrs. Bowman's presence was en- Mrs. W. D. Sykes at 1021 Long
t joyed by all and she enriched the Avenue.
S Bible study with a contribution to Co-hostess is Mrs. David Jones.
ITSI, C3 o
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Published Evrry Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RA SEY Editor and Publisher
.Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer Columnist Reporter, P
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
Florida's Prime Ribs Are Celery
POSTOFFICE Box 308
*tered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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JAYCEES HOLD JOINT MEET son, Don Grossman, Hulon Mitch-
IN SPRINGFIELD CITY HALL ell, Harry Herrington, Bill Brown
The Port St. Joe Jaycees met and Joe Parrott.
with the Bay County Jaycees on
March 3 in the Springfield city hall. "PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY"
The purpose of the visit was SUBJECT CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST
participation in the state-wide Christianity" is the
inter-club visitation project. "Practical Christia is the
, ihe Port St. Joe groupenter- subject of a free lecture on Chris-
tained the Bay County Jaycees with tian Science to be delivered by
a comic skit. Harry S. Smith of Atlanta, Ga., a
Those who attended the meeting member of the Board of Lecture-
from Port Et. Joe were Wayne ship of the First Church of Christ,
Gay, Raymond Lawrence, Tom Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
Ford, Jim Harrison, Temple Wat- This Ilectuire is sponsored, by
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The more quickly and luxuriantly celery grows, the more
likely its ribs are to be crisp-tender and succulent. This is
the case with the delicate green celery which reaches our
product counters from Florida fields during winter and
While celery can be served in many delicious ways, noth-
ing is more popular on Holiday snack trays than crunchy
celery ribs stuffed with some rich and flavorful mixture.
SAGE CHEESE CELERY STUFFING
1 pkg. (8 oz.) creamy 1/2 teaspoon salt
cottage cheese 1/16 teaspoon minced garlic
1 pkg. (3 oz.) cream cheese %s teaspoon ground black
2 tablespoons sour cream pepper
1 tablespoon finely 9 ribs of celery
chopped onion Fresh parsley
% teaspoon rubbed sage
Combine cottage cheese, cream cheese and sour cream, Blend
in chopped onion, sage, salt, minced garlic and black pepper.
Fill crisp celery ribs neatly with a knife or press through
a cake decorator's tube. Garnish with fresh parsley. Serve
chilled as an appetizer or salad accompaniment. Yield:
18 three-inch pieces.
SAVORY STUFFED CELERY
1 cup (8-oz. pkg.) creamy z/ teaspoon crumbled basil
cottage cheese leaves
S/4 cup (1-1/4 Z.) crumbled 24 ribs of celery
Bleu or Roquefort cheese Radish slices
Combine cottage cheese, Bleu or Roquefort cheese and
crumbled basil leaves. Mix well. Pile lightly into ribs of
celery. Garnish with radish slices, cut in half. Cut celery into
3-inch lengths. Yield: 48 three-inch pieces.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, time.
in Panama City and will be given The public is cordially invited
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ROBERT "Bubber" WILLIAMS, JR., MARY REEVES, DORENE of the road near a small Minnesota
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help the woman driver, a Negro,
who had a flat. She asked him :to
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but he volunteered to do it himself.
Flowers Blooming, Birds Chirping Boyles Goes Around "When he finished, she asked his
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Dear Friends: time of the year and conquered TV set from the woman, in thanks
Seems to us the general weather death itself. It appears all nature with a note saying that her hus-
conditions have been less favor- again achieves this. miracle band was then in a hospital, hav-
able than usual during the first with a new life-producing heavenly ing his lung removed.
months of 1965 Yet, the spring chorus. It's just great to be alive "She signed her name Mrs.
flowers started blooming earlier -and to behold-isn't it? Calen- N Kn ercls this week from
All commercials this week from
than ever, and the birds out our darwise, we're rushing'-the season. Boyles will appear in our adver-
way are singing a happy chorus- In the operation of a store, how- tisement on. page' 3; also 8 A. M.
Why? Maybe Mother Nature is a ever it's necessary to think, plan daily over W.J.O.E. S-Long. R.G.B.
little weary of winter and is per- and work two to six months ahead
forming her magic ahead of time. of time.
Anyway, that's O.K. with us, in Did you see this M.P.R. chuckle?
fact we love it. Spring is our favor- "There are pills to perk you up toCU MO RE
ite season-a time of awakening and pills to calm you down. If you UR
and revival-when Nature wields forget to take one or the other GIE E
her magic paint brush with Divine how are you going to know how GIVE M E
skill deftly touching the grass, you feel?" A MERIA
shrubs and trees-producing again Off the Cuff Observations: Re-
decorative and colorful splendor cently we overheard a veteran bus- ER
everywhere. Our Lord accomplish- iness man make the following com- C INT R SOCIET
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THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 and failure of loose, uncontrolled
Sand misdirected thinking in our-
selves and those with whom we are
closely associated. Just a simple
inadvertent lack of collected and
r applied concentration on the job
we are doing. We have the poten-
Editor tial ability, talent and knowledge
YOU-ALL within our small organization to
double our production and income
!i; ) if we exercised these assets effi-
'.-t'. ciently and diligently 8 to 10 hours
'ORE ,"* daily. Sad, itsn't it? It behooves us
to do something about it."
.':' Norman Shavin in Atlanta Con-
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203, REID "t~NUIE
PO~ORT ST. JOE, FLOIRIDA
STA*~R, P-r)bri ti. W
THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 The course helps tb establish
good traffic habits and helps to
develop correct attitudes toward
Driver education is vitally con-
cerned with the personal charac-
teristics of students since the ma-
jority of causative factors in traf-
fic accidents involve the physical,
mental, and emotional characteris-
tics of people.
The classroom phase of driver
S.- education deals with the social and
personal problems related to the
Safe and efficient movement of
Traffic. This program is carried
out through the use of textbooks,
films, lectures, the Florida driv-
Sing manual, safety reports, and re- traffic habits and above all helps 1. Instruments and control de-
source people. develop correct attitudes toward vices.
1. '-'- The practice driving phase is his traffic responsibility. 2. Starting, and stopping the car.
programmed to develop, through Objectives 3. Backing and turning around
the use of realistic situations, the Major objectives for our course in a limited space.
D knowledge, the attitude, and the in driver education are taken from
lVe frS Ed Og F m IS skills necessary for sale, efficient the state guide for Driver Educa-
operation of the motor vehicle. I tion. They are:
Sf Driver education is an elective 1. Understand and conform to
S course which is offered both semes- traffic laws, physical laws, sound
raining Safe D riv ers ters during the school year and driving practice and other concepts oce
during the summer session, basic to safe and efficient driving.
The constant slaughter on Amer- To improve driver performance, As of this year, all ninth grade 2. Be well poised and skilled in
ican highways is a grim reminder the course provides an opportun- students are required, by state law, controlling adverse driving condi- NOTICE OF THE PROPOSED
of the ieed for improvement in ity for students to learn about mo- to take the driver education course tions and to be able to meet emer- VACATION OF AN ALLEY-
driver performance which is the tor vehicles, traffic conditions, lo- which awards one half of a credit agency situations. To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
primary goal of the driver educa- cal, state, and national traffic upon completion. Be willing to assume personal You will please take notice that
tion course offered at Port St. Joe regulations, and skills needed in Mr. James Gunter, driver educa- and social responsibility for the the Board of City Commissioners
High School. driving operations. tion instructor, provides students protection of life and property on of Port St. Joe, upon petition of
with an opportunity to drive in al- the highway.the abutting owners of that c
tain alleyway located in Port St.
most all traffic conditions which 4. To understand and.appreciate Joe described as follows:
include passing, changing lanes, the traffic problems and assume That certain alleyway twenty
city driving, highway driving, and his citizenship obligations in sup- feet (20') in width lying between
driving under adverse conditions. porting sou traffic programs, Lots Fifteen (15), Seventeen
driving under adverse conditionsporting sound traffic programs (17), Nineteen (19), Twenty-On
Since the social and economic ef- and to support public officials in (21), Twenty-three (23) and
fects of traffic accidents in Florida their traffic programs. Twenty-five (25), and Fractional
have merged' as a major problem, 5. To understand the relation- Lot Sixteen (16), being a trian-
citizens have called on the schools ship of physical, intellectual, social gular tract or parcel of land, all
in Block Twenty (20) of the City
for help in developing the be- and emotional factors to driving of Port St. Joe, Florida,
havioral patterns needed to live ef- and to compensate for his own will consider and determine on
All 1964 Real Estate and Personal Pro- fectively with the motor vehicle. limitations, the 16th day of March, A.D., 1965,
The validity of this position is 6. Be consistently alert to antici- at a regular meeting of said Com-
mission, whether or not the City
easily understood when it is re- pate potential accident situations will vacate, abandon, discontinue
perty Taxes are due to be paid to the alized that the majority of causa- and intelligently adjust his driv and close the above described al-
tive factors in traffics involve the ing to avoid emergencies, leyway and convey the same to
physical, mental, and emotional Driver education consists of two theesdabtting ndsmwners.All in-
characteristics of people, Educa- phases: terested persons may appear and
City of Port St. Joe on or before March characteristics of people. Educa-phases: The classroom and the be heard at the time and place
tion is vitally concerned with these practice driving phase. In the class- above specified.
personal characteristics, room phase learning experiences. Dated this 2nd day of March, A.
31, 1965. Penalties will be applied Over three million people are are gained in the area of personal D., COMMISSION OF THE
3 licenses to operate motor vehicles and social problems related to the CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
in Florida. It has been said that safe and efficient movement of FLORIDA 2t-3 4
after this date. "many of these know how to traffic. One major aim is to em- By J. B. WILLIAMS,
drive." While this statement is phasize modern traffic situations City Clerk
somewhat facetious, it includes an that exist elsewhere, especially
element of truth. The high per- freeway, turnpike, and inter-state
Scentage of traffic accidents involv- travel. This is usually done by
CITY of T ST. J ception and judgment, poor physi- Organization
cal and emotional condition, unde- In the classroom phase we try to
Ssirable attitudes, lack of knowl- cover the following in the allotted
J. B. WILLIAMS edge, and other human failings is 30 hours.
a grim reminder of the need for 1. Use the textbook, "Sportsman-
City Auditor and Clerk improvement in driver perform- like Driving," fourth edition; oth-
ance. Just to know how to maneu- ers used as reference are, "Man
ver a vehicle is not enough. Effi- and Motor Car," "When Youth
success hasn't gone to its price!
of luxury and economy
It's our in-between-priced full-size Chevrolet with
deep-twist carpeting; luxurious pattern cloth up-
holstery trimmed in soft vinyl; and a Turbo-Thrift
Six to make the most of its Jet-smooth ride. Low in
cost, easy on fuel-yet this spirited Six gives you
quick pickups and all the smooth dependable power
a car needs. Just come try it and see!
You can actually buy this fine full-sized car for
slightly more than many intermediate-sized models
of other makes-and even for less than some of them'!
So why settle for a smaller car that can't begin to offer
all of the value and satisfaction
you get in this Chevrolet Bel Air.
Come look it over. See how much
more you get for what you pay!
Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's
Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy II* Corvair Corvette
Jim Cooper Motor Company, Inc.
cient use of motor vehicle trans- Takes tha Wheel," "Let's Drive
portation is of prome importance Right."
in our modern civilization. A lack 2. Study the Florida driving
of proficiency in traffic results in manual.
wanton destruction of human and 3. Lectures.
material resources. 4. Film.
The beginning drivers, our young 5. Safety reports (one required
citizens of the state, need to learn each six weeks).
all they can about automobiles and 6. Pamphlets.
modern traffic conditions. Learn- 7. Resource people, local police
ing to drive means much more than officers, highway patrol.
Acquiring the easy skills needed in The practice driving phase is to
driving operations. A good course develop, through the use, of realis-
in driver education gives the stu- tic situations, the knowledge, atti-
i dent valuable information about tude, and skills necessary for safe,
his car and helps him understand efficient operation of the motor
local, state, and national traffic vehicle. The practice driving phase
regulations. It helps establish good consists of the following:
your Druggist's Certificate as
a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the
Florida State Board of Phar-
macy examination and is qual-
ified to dispense drugs. At
Smith's, two Registered Phar-
macists are on hand to serve
your needs expertly and
For Your Convenience
We Feature These
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Ambush, 20 Carats, Taboo.
Includes bath powder, per-
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Toiletries for Men
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2 Registered Pharmacists On Duty
Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
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them enjoy energy-rich, pure fresh milk
en! Remember one quart of milk daily pro-
es approximately 85% of a child's protein re-
rements. Our milk is produced, bottled and
vered under most careft.l supervision. Keep
ity on hand. Deep 'em growing healthy!
Delivered at no extra charge to your
door available at your favorite groc-
er's. Call 639-2356, Wewahitchka, col-
lect, for home delivery!
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4. Turns, right and left, with sig- half credit is given upon comple-
nals (importance of signaling in- tion of the course. Driver Educa-
tentions is stressed). tion can be arranged so that no stu-
5. Parallel and angle parking, dent will find it necessary to take
6. Driving in city traffic and on driver education at the expense of
the open highway. some other essential part of his
7. When time allows, advanced program of studies.
We are set up at Port St. Joe
High School where most of our stu-
dents have the opportunity to drive lta I
in almost all traffic conditions.
This includes passing, changing
lanes, city driving, highway driv-
ing and driving under adverse con- dW
Driver education is an elective 0 I
and we schedule as many students
as possible. Driver education is
taught both semesters and during
the summer and as of this year is
required of all ninth grade stu-
dents, this meets the state law re- f000f
quiring Driver Education. One-
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Custard, Collard, Turnip
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
p gesciipthn ?
When you have a Prescription
filled do you take a few pills
or a few spoonfuls and then
put it on the shelf and forget
about it? If you do, you are
jeopardizing your health. Follow
your Doctor's instructions to
the letter-take all of the Pre.
scription. Then go back to your
doctor. He'll tell you, whether
or not to have the Prescription
te-filled. There are too many
half-filled bottles in medicine
chests, mute testimony that YOU
PAID for your doctor's advice
and didn't follow it You might
as- well frame your doctor's
Prescription as to take only a'
part of it The most important
business we have is filling your
Doctor's Prescription. Your most
important job is taking it,
Buzzeft's Drug S,
Drivel-n Window Se F"
817 Williawm Aye.
THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965SOCIAL SECURITY CREDITS
MAY BE EARNED AT ANY AGE
Heart Film Is It is never too late to quali
for Social Security Old-Age Insu
Shown Rotary ance Benefits, according to Joh
V. Carey, District Manager of th
A very interesting film on the Social Security Office in Pana
effect of high altitude and space S
flying on the human heart was pre- City. As an example, he cites th
sented to the Rotary Club last case of an elderly widow who live
Thursday noon. in Jackson County serviced by th
The program was presented by Panama City district office.
D. H. Buffenbarger of Eglin AFB. This lady's husband, who die
Prior to the showing of the film, in 1955, had never worked at job
Buffenbarger gave the Rotarians covered by Social Security. In Jul
some of the oddities that resulted 1963, however, she began her firs
from early aviation and the fears work at the age of 77-partly t
it caused. have something to do, and partly
As an instance, he read a part to earn a 'little extra money. Sh
of a 1903 ordinance of the City of began "baby sitting" for a youn
Jacksonville which provided that working couple. The wages sh
"no machine shall travel 50 mph earned were reported for Socia
over 300' over the city. It shall not Security purposes.
hit buildings and shall be equipped At her age, she needed only
with a parachute to lower the ma- year and one-half of work to qual:
chine to the ground in case of me- fy for 'Social! Security benefits
chanical failure. It shall be equip- Carey stated. She completed thi
ped with horns and brakes. The requirement in December 196
ordinance also provided that the and is now receiving a Social Se
City of Jacksonville shall also levy curity check of '$40 each month
funds to purchase a police machine She readily admits that she wa
to chase down violators fortunate that her:employer knev
Guests of the club were Frank to report her wages as a "house
Graddy of Wewahitchka and Joe hold employee."
Weaver of Fort Walton Beach. Unfortunately,; not all people un
--- derstand this part of the law and
some fail to report'the cash wages
LIB ALIED ENTTE NT they pay to their! household work
TO DISABLED VETERANS
St. Petersburg.-M. T. Dixon, of Carey points od 'that if you pay
the Florida Department of Veter- your "household. employee" (baby.
ans Affairs, advised formerly and sitter, maid, cook, etc.) as much
attendance allowance was pay- as $50 cash during a calendar quar-
able only to those veterans who, ter, you are required to file a quar-
not only were receiving comuen- terly tax report of these wages
station at the ma.idmuw rate, but with Internal Revenue. It is not
whose disabilities als9 mivt speci- necessary that the employee work
fled requirements. regularly or full time. Even cash
Under liberalized criteria, all wages of $4 a week total more than
veterans so seriously disabled as $50 a quarter, and thus meet the
to be entitled to the maximum rate test.
LEGAL NOTICE of compensation ($525.00 for a war Aiirone with questions regard-
time veteran, or $420.00 for a ing this or any phase of Social Se-
The regular meeting of the Port peacetime veteran) will receive ar curity should get in touch with the
St. Joe Cit Commission schedule additional allowance ($200.00 for district office located at 1135 Har-
for nex hd on tdayh Mrch 1e mwl wartime service or $160.00 for rison Avenue, Panama City, (tele-
not be held on thisnight. The meet- peacetime service) for aid and at- phone number 763-5331).
ing scheduled for March 16 will tendance allowance.
be held on Tuesday; March 23. tenane llwace
be held on Tuesday March 23. Dixon advises veterans so dis-
The meeting will be held at the abled meeting this criteria should Alfred E. Joines, son of Mr. and
City Hall at 8:00 p.m. contact their local Veteran County Mrs. A. E. Joines of 1002 Garrison
J. B. WILLIAMS, Service Officer, or write him at Ave., entered Troy State College,
City Audithor and Clerk !P. O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg. Troy, Alabama, Monday.
In 1912, Juliette Low brought Girl Scouting to the United States. Scout-
ing's purpose has' beei :to help girls develop as happy, resourceful iridivid-~
uals, willing to: share their abilities as citizens in their homes, their com-
munities, their country and the world. We pay tribute to the founders of
Girl Scouting and the members Who have carried on a tradition of service
and good citizenship.
FL ORIDA N A TI NAL B A N K
at 'Port St. Joe
Member: FDIC and Flordia National Group
G.I 'R L S C O UT W E 'E K -- MARCH 7 1 3
Ey Whereas, The American L
.r- gion was founded in 1919, shor
in ly after the cessation of hostile
ie ties of World War I, as an or
ganization of wartime veteran
dedicated to continuing service
Le to God and Country; and
es Whereas, its leadership an
le guidance in all movements seek
ing the strengthening of ou
d freedom and the perpetuation o
bs our free institutions have ider
.y tified the American Legion a
st one of the great bulwarks of th
,o American way of life; and
y Whereas, The American Le
e gion has achieved its position o
g high esteem through its continue
e ous pursuit of programs of serv
il ice designed for the benefit o
community, state, and nation
i- Whereas, such programs o:
;, service of the American Legion
s have become an integral part
4 of this community, and the Wil
a- lis V. Rowan, Post 116, a civic
i. asset; and
s Whereas, The American Le
v gion will observe its 46th anni
- versary, March 15-17, 1965; now
Therefore, I, Frank Hannon,
- Mayor of Port Saint Joe, Gulf
i County, State of Florida, do here-
s by proclaim the week of March
S13 to 19, 1965, as American Le-
gion Birthday Week, and do call
, upon all citizens, business houses
and organizations to join in tri-
bute to the veterans of the three
wars of the Twentieth Century,
as an expression of our appreci-
ation of both the wartime and
peacetime services of our own
In Witness Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
to be affixed the official seal of
the City of Port Saint Joe, Coun-
ty of Gulf, State of Florida, on
this 9th day of March in the year
of our Lord, 1965.
ALDEN FARRIS HAS POSITION
WITH TODD-AO CORUORATION
Alden Farris of New York City
has accepted the position as an as
sistant treasurer in the executive
offices of the Todd-AO Corporatior
and its affiliates, Magna Pictures
Corporation and Magna Pictures
Todd-AO, a filming process do
veloped by-the late Michael Todd,
Sr., has filmed and processed such
movies as "South Pacific," "Okla
homa," "Cleopatra," "My Fair
Lady," "The Sound of Music" and
soon-to-be-released "Marco Polo
Story" and "The Magnificent Men
and Their Flying Machines."
Mr. Farris is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Farris who reside at
528 Sixth Street.
Midget Investments That Yield
GT ;p P ;V eel
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Check to rear
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Race Track Checks Sales Tax Collections Show Increase
Mailed To Counts Over Month of February of Last Year
Tallahasse State Comptroller
Ray E. Green said today checks for Tallahassee-February sales tax The 5% wholeSale. tax yied .in
$52,000 are'being mailed t ~l~W-dofFrctions reached $22,618,054, an February was $92,469 for an"'in-
of the 67 counties as their share increase of 8.6% over the same crease of $28,258 above Februry,
of the March race track ta f:hid nmoth last year, it was announced 1964. r
distribution. by-J. Ed Straughn, Director of the
The comptroller reported each Revenue Commission.
county has received a to0tal of "'This record February total, based CARD OF. THANKS
154,000 thus far this scaear oJanuary business, brings collec- We would like to expressur
This is a $22,000 increase overthe tions, for the fiscal year, July heartfelt thanks to friends, neigh-
same period during the previous through February, to $167,764,058,bors and relatives for their kind-
fiscal year. 'or 13.46% greater than the same ness and expressions of sympathy
p period a year ago. during our sickness and death of
TrilHi-Y S oonsoring '"Business continues brisk," said our infant son.
Bake Sale Saturday';: Staughn, "especially the accom- We also thank Comforter Fun-
Bake Sale turday modations industries. Reliable fac- eral Home for taking charge of ar-
The Tri-Hi-Y is tos.indicate the winter tourist rangements and offering every
The lTri-Hi-Y is sponsoarch 13 ,a :season will continue longer than comfort possible. A special thanks;
bake sale Saturday, March 13 frim usual. to Dr. Wayne Hendrix and all the
9:30boos i. ntil of C pberell's le ,If the present pace is maintain- hospital staff for their special care
Smiths inr ont of Campbelres. s ed;' we could wind up June 30, and consideration.
Everyone please come buy sme '6ut ten million dollars ahead ofi Mr. and Mrs. Sterling P. Wingate
Everyone please come bu, sme the estimate from sales tax." Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Woods
btLJoo flnLA1 uqfia enkpqt AhtleCUiad
and candy from the Senior HrkJ
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Newcomers To City
Newcomers to the city of:Port
St. Joe last week include:
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hale,' 816
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Davis, Duval,
Street, Oak Grove.I
Welcome, friends, to the St. Joe
FOR SALE: Property at White City
Contact Grover Holland at Flor-
ida National Bank for information.
FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel-
ling at Oak Grove. Citizens' Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, din-
ing room, kitchen, Florida room,
living room, large utility room, on
2 lots. In Highland View. Write
Rt. 1, Box 130, Wewabitchka, or
phone 639-2420. C. B, Harbuck. 3p
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.,
Hardwood floors, built in electric'
appliances, built in heating system,
ehni link fne 9. l Fprqn~iTn
DINE AND DANCE,
Apalachicola Across the Bridge
Seafood and Steaks Our Specialty
SO:pen Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 9 A. M. to T12
Friday and Saturday 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 A. M.
For Party Appointments Phone 670-9121
FOR RENT: New, 1 bedroom fur-:HELP WANTED: Person wanted
nished house with large porch. to supply Rawleigh products to
On St. Joe Beach. $55.00 month. consumers in Gulf County or part
Call 648-3472. tfc-2-11 St. Joe. Good time to start. Write
Rawleigh FAB 100 28, Memphis,..
FOR RENT: Unfurnished large Tenn. 3tp-3-10
nice 2 bedroom house. Carport,
laundry and storage room. Fenced CHRISTIAN CHURCH MEMBERS.
back yard. Phone 227-8536 after If interested in forming local
5:00 p.m. tfc-2-17 congregation, contact Ali B. Jar-
man, evangelist, 151 Hill Drive,
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished Panama City. 2tp-2-25-
Sapartment. 1503 Monument Ave.
Call 227-7816. tfc-218, INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
tax work also. Bookkeeping ser-
FOR RENT: Furnished room with vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs.
private entrance and b at h. C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. lltc-1-14-
fi, iii ,nLcC. z yais U lo. J U, Phone 227-4241.
information call 227-8341. tfe-22 LOWER TAX RATES
SFOR SALE:.1963 Honda 50 motor- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- Changes in deductions. You
cycle. Like new condition. Comn- tage with large porch. Furnish- need help?
Spletely rebuilt. $250.00. Phone 227- ed. On St. Joe Beach. $35.00 week. INCOME TAX SERVICE
4611 or see Bob Ellzey. Phone 648-3472. tfc-7-16 J. D. Clark 1017 Long Ave. -
24 Years Experience
FOR SALE: 17" portable TV. Good FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
condition. Good picture. $35.00 ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
cash. Call 227-3561. Itp 227-8642. tfc-12-17 man is as near as your telephone.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse refrig- FOR RENT: Business property on Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
eraotr in good condition. Phone Highway 98. With living quarters ANCE AGENCY, across from the
227-7481. Itp connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
tance Moving. Free Estimates.
FOR SALE: 6 room house, hot and FOR SALE: Renault Dauphine, 19-
cold water, 2 car shed, wash shed 61 model. Clean, low mileage. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
on beautiful landscaped lot, 50x150 Good condition, $395. L. C. Car- Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
all fenced. 150 off highway 98. ter, St. Joe Beach. Itc
Will have new bridge across bay
Will96 ll sell for cash less b FOR SALE: 1955 Cadillac in excel- MALE HELP WANTED: Part time
than the price of a good trailer lent condition. Radio, heater, air salesman. Make 1965 your most
house. See at 68 18th St., P., 0. conditioned, all power. Going ov- prosperous year. Sell ABC fence
Box 683, Apalachicola, 4tp-3-4 er.eas. Must sell. See at St. Joe Industry life-time chain link fence;
S Auto Parts or call 227-2141 or 227- nmni-ed vent steel picket fence,
FOR SALE: Upright deep freeze, 4321. Dick Lamberson. panel vent privacy fence, paneled
20 ft. Very good condition. ---- vc uc-C v._v stripping and
'Phone 648-4194. 2tp-2-25 HUTCHINS MOTORS many other items. Earn $100.00
Se.. SPECIALS per week and up-up-up in your
HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house;'3 '61 OLDS 88, 4-dr. hardtop, low spare time. No investment requir-
bedroorhs', 1/2 baths, carport, mileage, one owner, air condition- ed. No experience necessary. We
chain link fence, built-in kitchen, ed. tiain you. ielen needed in Port St.
wall to wall carpeting, glass show- '61 CHEVROLET Belair, 4-dr., 6 Joe, Wilma, Orange, Hosford, We-
er doors in bath room, new. gas cylinder, stick shift, real nice. wahitchka, and all towns within a
heater. In excellent condition.' '63 FORD Galaxie, 4 door, V-8 50 mile radius. Write Jack W. Tho-
$1,000 down payment. 108 West :Fordomatic, radio, heater. n as. ABC Fence Industries (largest
cott Circle or call 229-3291. SALES SERVICE independent retailer of chain link
-Authorized Rambler Dealer fence in USA) P. O. Box 4236, Mo-
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom bile, Alabama. 2tp
masonry home. Located on Mar- GOOD USED TV's, Good selection.
vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5 From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra- HELP WANTED: Fuller Brush.
dio..and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone franchise available. Sales and ser-
FOR SALE: Large mobile home 227.4(81. tfc 12-17 vice. Write to Mr. Molmberg, 633
lots at Mexico Beach on cahal. E
lots at Mexico Beach on Caa.l. E. 4th St., Panama City. tfc-3-4
Stop paying rent. Own your own. FOR SALE: 1957 Ford pick-up
Only $13.15 cash and $13.15. mo, truck. 20,500 miles on engine. FOR THE BEST place to buy, sell,
Less than rent. R. L. Fortner, at $400.00. Call 229-2226. tfc-1-28 rent or trade. See Elizabeth W.
phone 648,3241. tfc-l-21- Thompson. Mgr., Emerson Sweat,
phone 648-3241. tf,-ao-ut OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper. RhmpsoerBon
FOR SALE: 3 or 4 lots, aboutt 50 rag content bond, all sizes. On- ealtor, Mexico Beach Branch Of-
x150, facing county road on onskin, manuscript covers, carbon e h ., and Hwy. 98. Phone
Dead Lakes .near Stokes fish darnp: Ipaper, clips, fasteners, file folders. 645. tfc-3
Each lot $10 down, balance $10 Everything for the office. The Star, WOOD WORKS-Screen doors
month with no interest. Address 227-3161. picture frames, cabinets, kitchen,
C. E. Hanlon, P. O. Box 446, We- sinks made to order. P, G. iftai
wahitchka. 2tc NEW SPRING SAMPLES JUST IN: Phone 648-4223. tfc-213
Famous name made-to-your mea- .j
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, liv- sure suits, sport coats, trousers, WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST I
ing room, dining room, kitchen, uniforms, etc. Moderately priced. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
14 baths, brick, veneer. Corner Call Glenn Boyles or James Han- ing second and fourth Tuesday
McClellanl and 16th St. Call 229- ion, BOYLES Men and Boys Store, nights. 8:00 p.m. American Legi4dh
1671. 5 Itp Phone 227-421. Will accept evening Home.
FOR SALE: A beautiful lot, 75x appointments. Call 648-4600. R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St '
100 ft. About 150 feet from free WANTED TOO BUY: Good used Joseph Chapter No. 56, RAM. I
boat landing in Meeks Subdivision furniture. Call us for highest st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting ;
on North side of Dead Lakes. 1 prices paid. SURPLUS-SALES of .companions welcome. *ii i
mile from Wewahitchka. No city ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfc THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Prieti
taxes. Cheap. For' cash. Write P. EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary i
0. Box 683, Apalachicola. 3tp-10 PERSON WANTED to supply Raw- E .
leigh products to consumers in THERE WILL .BE a regular corn-i
FOR SALE or RENT: Large (over, Gulf County or Port St. Joe. oGod munication of Port St. Joe Lodge t4
1200 sq. ft.) hduse on St. Joe time to start. Write Rawleigh FA- No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
Beach. Has 3 bedrooms, spacious B 100 28, Memphis, Tenn. 2tp and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
living room, dining room and kit-
chen. A beautiful house. J. D. FLOOR SANDING and Finishing,
Clark. Phone 227-7771. tfc-3-10 inlaid linoleum, tile, hardwood
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished and terrazzo. All work guaranteed.
house near Elementary School Free Estimates. Port St. Joe Floor
on 9th Street. Call 229-4571. Itc Finishing Co., J. D. Call. BILL J. RICH, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex-
for adults only. Phone 229-1351. perience. Office in Dalkeith. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
Mrs. B. W. Eells. tfc-3-4 For appointment call Wewa 639- every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
24'15, R. L. Capps. pd-4-15 at Parish House, 309A 6th St. Port
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3866 for
ed first floor apartment. Phone for all popular machines. $1.00 further information or write P. O:
227-7761. tfc-1-28 'he Star. Phone 227-3161. Box 535.
I O DURING FRIGIDAIRE (Golden Opportunity Days!)
Now's the best time to trade-in and move up to-real Frigidaire quality.
We need good used appliances to sell to waiting customers. To get them fast, we're offering
king-size allowances. And if yours is a late iodel, it's worth even more! So hurry!
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965
150 Volunteers Expected
To Work In Cancer Drive
doctors in time for early diagnosis
In Gulf Co. and prompt treatment.
The goal of "Tell Your Neigh-
Crusade bor" is to persuade the American
public of the importance of prompt
diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
The American Cancer Society "An annual health checkup will
has stepped up plans for the March mean many thousands of lives
29 launching of its annual Crusade saved from the disease Mr. Ver-
to save more lives from cancer vk .aid
through research, education, and
An expected 150 volunteers from
business, industry and other groups
will participate in the Cruside
Robert G. Vervaeke, Crusade
Chairman ,explained that the 1965
Crusade "will emphasize a 'Tell
Your Neighbor' theme." Volun-
teers, in their door-to-door bell-
ringing, will hand out leaflets con-
taining life-saving facts about can-
cer and information about the So
city's effort to help conquer this
Much of the preparation for this
year's Crusade, Mr. Vervaeke said,
will be centered on training volun-
teers to make them the best pos-
sible guides to helping save lives
The Society appealed for volun-
teers "who are willing and anxious
to do this humanitarian work" to
contact Mrs. Paul Fensom, House-
to-House Crusade Chairman, for
"Volunteers, the life-blood of the
Society's anti-cancer effort, are
greatly needed," Mr. Vervaeke said.
"It is they who saturate the com-
munity with life-saving informa-
tion. It is no exaggeration to say
that without them, the Society's
program would not be possible."
According to the American Can-
cer Society, 92,000 men and wom-
en will die of cancer this year be-
cause they did not get to their
The second goal, Mr. Vervaeke
said, will be to raise money for re-
search, education, and service. "Our
only hope of saving one-half of
those who now develop, cancer is
through the results of the re-
search which is occupying an in-
creasing number of scientists each
year. Here lies our hope."
Midget Investments That Yield
John B. Presnell
Auburn-Auburn University ex-
pects to award a total of 341 de-
grees at its winter quarter exer-
cises Wednesday, March 17 at 2:30
p. m. in the Student Activities
Building. The candidates include
42 for the Master's Degree and 299
for the Bachelor's.
Dr. Houston Cole, president of
Jacksonville State College, will be
the speaker for commencement ex-
ercises. Commissioning ceremonies
for the Army, Nav yand Air Force
Branches of ROTC are scheduled
for 9:30 a. m. in Langdon Hall.
President and Mrs. Ralph B. Drau-
ghon will hold a reception for de-
gree candidates and their families
from 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 in the
Candidate for a degree from this
area is: John Bascom Presnell, Port
St. Joe, Bachelor of Building Con-
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Members of Post 116, March 16 only, we will allow
you 20% discount (with proper identification) on all
Appliances advertised on this page.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965
Ripe Olives in Mammoth Meatless Salad
A man-size salad can make a meal-and can make a meal most
memorable if it's "Salad a la Nicoise!"
Inspired by Mediterranean cuisine, this meatless whole-meal
salad needs only French bread or hot rolls to accompany it. Fruit
and cheese for dessert round out a Continental menu.
SPitted. ripe olives stuffed with whole almonds are among the
salad's unusually tasty ingredients. Give the olives a handsome
sheen by draining them well, then rolling them in a bowl with a
few drops of olive or salad oil.
Ripe olives from California are extremely plentiful in markets
this year. Enjoy them often in salads, casseroles and. sandwich
fillings-or simply eaten out-of-hand.
SALAD A LA NICOISE
Screen pepper 1 clove garlic
1. can (4 oz.) pimientos 3 to 4 tablespoons red wine"
4 hard-cooked eggs vinegar
1 can (2. or.) rolled anchovies V teaspoon salt
I can (7 oz.) tuna I4 teaspoon salt
Olive il or sal oil Freshly ground black pepper
1 cup large pitted ripe olives 1 head butter, lettuce
VI cup blanched whole almonds 1 bunch chicory or romaine
Cut green -pepper and pimientos into thin slivers; slice eggs.
brain. oil from anchovies and tuna into measuring cup; add olive
bil, to make 1/z cup. Flake tuna;- Stuff olives with almonds. Peel
and crush garlic in salad bowl. Pour in combined oils and vinegar;
let stand at least 30 minutes. Remove garlic; add salt and black
pepper. Wash greens; tear into salad bowl, saving some of frilliest
leaves to line sides. Arrange remaining Ingredients on greens.
In Stone Home
The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph Historical Society was held
Saturday, March 9th, at the home
of Jesse V. Stone on Monument
Avenue. Mrs. Charles A Brown,
President, presided during the
Among the items discussed was
the proposed three hour college
credit course, "Field Work in An-
thropology," to be offered in Port
St. Joe June 21-August 6, by Dr.
Hale G. Smith of Florida State
Other items discussed was the
Society's main project for the year,
the compilation of a biography of
each delegate to Florida's first Con-
stitutional Convention held in St
Joseph December 1838 -January,
Mrs. Ned S. Porter gave an in-
teresting report on the voyages of
La Salle in Canada, on the Missis-
sippi River, and the Gulf of Mex-
ica. Mrs .Porter has been exploring
the annals of history to determine
if La Salle visited St. Joseph Bay.
The Society voted for the second
year to place "The Florida His-
torical Quarterly" in the Port St.
Joe High School Library for this
year. Upon adjournment Mrs. Jesse
V. Stone served refreshments to
the following members: Mrs.
Charles A. Brown, Mrs. Tom Also-
brook, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs.
Ned S. Porter, Mrs. Ralph Swatts,
Jesse V. Stone ,and Charles B.
Toss lightly until well coa'.l wi i dressing. Vi.taes ervin.s. can solve animal digging problems.
One gardener thought he had his
pesky squirrel problem licked.
However, he swears that one ani-
Gardening In lorida mal got into the flower bed by in-
r stalling carborundum points on his
Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida In the center of the basket, it is teeth.
Agricultural Extension Service a good idea to place a few crum- If washing machine parts are
Try gimmick gardening. It is the bled brick bats or small stones to scarce, you can construct an equally
Tr gimmick form a vertical core to give a squirt suitable planted with a box made
latest hole for watering and toinsurewith peg board. Of course, you may
Mild forms include potted plants hole for water and to insure have to make holes larger to ac-
,in battered spitoons, or hanging adequate drainage. commodate the larger stemmed
gourds. Planting is only as limited as plant
Professionals raid scrap iron your imagination. Set plants in the If you lie in a sedate street
heaps for containers of odd shapes holes in the basket to form any of where gimmicks are taboo, tehn re-
and sizes. Top prize for real gim-ia myriad of designs. If you had vert to the old style flower-bed
mick gardeners is a hole-riddled started the project a month ago, type of gardening.
basket from a washing machine you could have-displayed the fan- For true and tried approaches to
The element of surprise is the ciest living valentine on your the usual ways of planting in sim-
key of success to any gimmick block. ple flower beds, contact your
project. So to spring your talents Using miniature colored foliage p ty or hme demonstration
project yu age... .county or home demonstration
on an unsuspecting public, start plants or plants with petite blos-agent. They have a wealth of in-
the project in a hidden nook and soms, you can paint almost any formation on spring flower garden-
transport it to the front yard at picture. If your, favorite team is ing.
the proper time. winning, set plants in the holes in
If you decide on a discarded the container to depict a face with .
washing machine part, place it ona happy smile. Or, if you have just PINES
a dolly for ease in transporting it figured your income tax, or discov. PINES
later. Then mix a handful or so of ered that a niother-in-law is pay- Stand Tall
an 8-8-8 fertilizer with a bushel or ing a visit, rearrange a few plants
so of a good grade top soil. Place to show a drooping mouth and a In Florida's
the soil in the spinner basket in a sade face. I Future
firm but not a packed package. Planting in a metal container Future!
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BUREAU OF NARCOTICS
WAS ACTIVE IN 1964
Jacksonville-Inspectors of the
Bureau of Narcotics of the State
Board of Health made 390 arrests
in 1964 for narcotics, cosmetics,
drug and medical practice act vio-
Frank Castor, director ofthe bu- f
reau, said 211 of the arrests a
were narcotics violations; 27 for
pharmacy violations; 6 for medical
practice irregularities and 2 in the a
field of drug and cosmetics manu-
facture. Nineteen persons were sent
to hospitals for treatment for nar-
"Amphetamines and barbiturates
-pep pills and goof balls-contin- c
ued to pose a serious problem and '
inspectors arrested 125 persons in i
connection with enforcement of
this law. Their use by a sufficient
minority of our youth is a con-
tinuing'challenge to our educa-
tional efforts. Despite the arrests,
a large amount of illegal activity
is known to continue. Enforcement
is a serious problem," Castor said.
"Many thousands of dollars in
drugs and cosmetics were found to
lihr t.,flivrrl shelf life n "o have
6. Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing R Donna Ward also had 452 with been damaged or mislabeled. These
7. Change in a wart or mole games of 144-140-168. Billie Padg- were withdrawn from sale.
Se your dcto w inr immediate wsly if any of oi e ett had 434 and Dana Rose had
See your doctor immediately if any of 402. Ruby Lucas led the Bank with "Bureau inspectors made 1,876
Cancer's Seven Danger Signals lasts 419 and Norma Hobbs had 407. unscheduled drug store inspections
more than two weeks. GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE with 491. She had games of 133- Team standings: W. L. and 96insptions ecse
See your doctor every year for a St. Joe Furniture won three 200-158. Mary Brown had 450 and St. Joe Furniture ---- 74 26 in correction without lega actionn"
health checkup. -games from Glidden last week on Jean Dennis had 418. Evelyn Mur- Comforter's ------- 67 33
lanes 1 and 2..Wynell Burke led dock led Glidden with a 495 series St. Joe Laundry ------ 51 49
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY her team with a line 495 series, also. She bowled 170-155-170. Joan 13 Mile 47 53 Audrey T. 355 and Iree B. 300.
which included games of 158-179- Myers added 382. Nedley's 442 55 from Th Senator k three games
158. Evelyn Smith followed close Nedley's Florist won four games Florida Bank ----- 43 56% m Thigh fSor W Fa Gas th W a
overtFaye's Drive-In on lanes 3 and Glidden 37 63 ( ) hig f 4, Alie M. 3s
4. Myra Hodge rolled 454 for Ned- Faye's 36 64 462, Aline A. 409, Alice M. 85,
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend ley's with games of 151-171-132., Mary B. was high for The Sen-
Charlotte Nedley added 388. Zela LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE atorsy with 447 Vivian H 385
Long Ave Baptist Church Adams had 419 for Faye's with a Jitney Jungle took all four games ators with 447, Vivian H. 385,
L ng A e. p game of 165. Bennie Hunter added from Whitfield Strikers on lanes Betty W. 371 and Mildred K. 351.
323. 1 and 2, with Evelyn S. high for ate's took a u mes 7 an
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street Comforter's won three games J. J. with a 531 series, Lois F. 476 R. high for Pate's with a 417, Mary
from S Joe R. high for Pate's with a 417, Mary
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM. from St Joe Laundry on lanes 5' Catherine A. 3J a1. L. 381, Debbie T. 333 and Mary P.
n SH A and 6. Lois Smith bowled high for ine A. 37315
Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. Comforter's with 446. She had Ruby L. was high for The Strik- Gria Morgan was high for
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M. games of 181-144-121. Mary Rob- ers with a 440, Jerry F. 414, Eula Rich's with a 373, Jonnia S. 348,
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...---------. 6:15 P.M. erts had 431 with games of 114- D. 388 and Mary H. 36. Marie B. 293 and Patsy S. 277.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ... 7:30 P.M. 154-163. Elise Rogers had 405. Amison's took three games from Standings: W. L.
Brenda Perry led the Laundry with"Beaman's on lanes 3 and 3 with Jitney Jungle -------- 58 34
VISITORS ALW AYS WELCOME 396 and Shirley Whitfield had 389. Lois S. high for Amison's with a E. L. Amison's ------- 55 37
13-Mile 'won four games Jrom 496, Verna B. 446, Ann W. 49, and Whitfield Strikers ---- 49 43
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor Florida National Bank on lanes 7 Christine L. 418. George Tapper Senators 48 44
Air Conditioned- Centrally Heated and 8. Omie Rose rolled 452 for Eleanor W. was high for Bea- Pate's Shell Service -- -. 47
13 Mile with games of 115-180-157. man's with a 415, Loyce B. 358, W. Fla. Gas --------432 48%
Beaman's 362 55%
Rich's 332 58
THE SAR, P6df St, Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965
come so accustomed to the ma-
Warning Given trials they tend to become care-
less. Winter is a worse time than
S aiRg M ix summer for such accidents because
In e nig Mix houses are closed. It should be
JACKSONVILnoted that using bleach with soap
JACKSONVILLE--Deadly chlo- or detergent in the family wash is
ine gas isn't limited to battle- all right "
fieldss or industry. You can gener- Thousands of people across the
ate it in the home with vinegar and country die each year from acci-
bleach. And if you want an ex- dental poisoning. Board records
plosion to go with it, you can mix show that 128 persons died in Flor-
lmmonia and bleach. ida in 1963 from accidental pois-
But it's dangerous to do either. zoning. There were 543 cases of
Death or serious injury may result. Poisoning reported that year caus-
ed by cleaning and polishing
Dr.. George A. McCoy; director agents; 4,985 cases from all causes.
)f the' State Board of Health's Ac- --
:ident Prevention Program, said .,
people have been made ill in Flor- .;: "';:''
da and! elsewhere by careless mix- '
ing of common household cleans-
ers and bleaches. In one instance,
11 persons were knocked out in a :
Gulf Coast grocery when an em-
ploye mixed bleach and toilet bowl
Ammonia poured into bleach '..''i'
may explode, Dr. McCoy said, but
bleach into ammonia probably 7:30 P B.M .
won't. The reasons are because of'
complicated chemical reactions. EACH MONDAY
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you quickly. And a very irritating FLORIDA
gas is formed when bleach is mixed' POWER
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Corner Third St. and Baltzel 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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Spanish Peanuts --- 49c
Sultana 1-lb., 8 Oz.
Peanut Butter ---- 65c
Worthmore Choc. Covered-8 Oz. Pkg.
Peanut Clusters ---- 35c
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Scottowels- 2 rolls 39c
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Moisture Cream ---- 49c
Green Giant Very Young Tender
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Golden Corn 3-1-lb. cans 49c
Jane Parker Dutch
Apple Pies 1-lb., 8-oz. ea. 39c
Fresh Concentrated 12 Oz. Cans
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Egg Noodles -lb. pkg. 29c
Cream Cheese 8-oz. pkg. 27c
Laundry Bleach Hills H'se Meat-Gravy 14 oz. Detergent
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Silver Dust -. 15 oz. 35c
Detergent 3 -lbs., 1 Oz.
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Liquid Detergent Qt.
Cold Water ::All".._.43c
Wisk Pt. 41c
Star-Kist Light Meat
Chunk Tuna, 6'/2 oz. 35c
Instant Milk ....8 qt. 73c
Orange Drink, V2 gal. 39c
Rinso Blue, 3-lb. 7 oz. 69c
Detergent 1-lb., 3 Oz.
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Swan Liquid, 12 oz. 35c
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Nearing 65? Get In Touch With Your
Nearest Social Security Office
If you are at least 62 years old, When you visit the Social Se
you may be thinking about retir- ity office, you should take
ing from your job or business. Even Social Security account nui
if you do not retire, you may be card with you, Carey continue
eligible to receive all or some of you work for wages, you should
your Social Security benefits, ac- able to give information about
cording to John V. Carey, District exact amount of wages paid to
Manager of the Panama City Social during the calendar quarter
Security Office. Our best advice is the two previous quarters. T
for you to get in touch with the wages will not appear in your
nearest Social Security office. They cial Security account because
will help you file your claim for takes time to process the rei
benefits or give you the necessary from your employers. If you
information so that you will be self-employed, you should tal
able to decide if it will be more copy of your last year's tax re
advantageous for you to postpone (if filed), evidence of payment
the filing of an application, the Social Security tax, and
Carey stated that if you have able to estimate your net earn
worked under Social Security ,you for the current year.
should make it a point to visit the You may have to submit d
district office 2 or 3 months be- ments, statements, certification
fore your 62nd birthday. This head any other such.proof, but you
start will speed up the receipt of be told exactly what is nee
monthly benefits if you are entitled Carey stated. This' is the advan
to them. If not, the people in the of a visit to the Social Security
Social Security office will advise fice before you are ready to re
you of the amount of work you The idea of "inquiring before
still need in order to become in- tiring" is to anticipate any
sured. Also, they will explain any culties which may cause dela:
other requirement you may have receiving your benefits.
to meet. The Social Security Admini.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965
Common Measles No Joking Matter
The popular notion of common measles as merely a phase of
child development, a bothersome little illness that Junior must
have and outgrow ("just keep him quiet, he'll get over it") de-
serves a longer, harder look. Because it just isn't that simple.
Measles, research has now
made clear, may threaten
Junior with complications may not be. Mental retarda--
heretofore unrecognized or tion has been traced di-
ignor.d. Some may be'fatal. rectly to measles.
All are being shown to be A recent study by D. L. Mil-
sufficiently serious and to ler, M.A., M.B., of London's
occur often enough to make Central Public Health Labora-
measles not a minor nui- tory, shows that neurological
sance but a major health disturbances occurred in 4 of
problem demanding preven- every 1,000 cases. One of these
tion. Fortunately, common 4 had encephalitis or "impaired
measles can now be pre- consciousness."
vented. New vaccines are The London study also shows
effective and safe and any that potentially serious compli-
physician can give the in- cations other than encephalitis
jection. occurred in 1 out of 15 cases.
Among the sinister effects of They ranged from middle ear
this much-underrated disease, is infection, sometimes attended by
measles encephalitis. This is an hearing loss, to ulcer of the
inflammation of the brain and cornea of the eye, and bacterial
it causes severe, often perman- pneumonia.
ent brain damage,/In one-fourth Last year 385,156 cases
of cases the end is death. When of measles were reported in
encephalitis does strike, no the U.S.-the largest total
treatment can arrest the damag- of any notifiable disease.
ing effects. Estimates of its in- Since 'only about 1 case-in'
cidence vary from 1 in 400 cases 10 is actually reported, the,
of measles to 1 in 1,100. (The real figure, according to Na-
American Medical Association tional Institutes of Health
estimates that 1 child in 1,100 estimates, may be 4 million.
reported cases of measles and Included in this vast total
its complications dies annually are certain to be many
in this country.) tragedies.'
Nor does it always take They are all the more tragic
encephalitis to produce now, since vaccination against
brain disturbances. In un- measles is possible. Two types
complicated measles, brain- of multi-shot vaccines are cur-
wave changes suggest that rently available and a new im-
the infection has upset cere- proved, one-shot type -called
bral functions. Perhaps the the Schwarz' strain-is expected
upset is temporary, but it soon.
THE MOCKINGBIRD..." --
WAS DESIGNATED THE OFFICIAL STATE BIRD OF FLORIDA
BY THE 1927 LEGISLATURE. KNOWN FOR ITS ABILITY TO
IMITATE SONGS OF OTHER BIRDS, IT IS A VALUED ALLY
IN MAN'S BATTLE AGAINST HARMFUL INSECTS.
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tion wants to pay you and your;peli Bnfo
family the benefits to which you pecalist Blanfor
are entitled as promptly as pos- In Hawaii Exercise
s;ble, Carey concluded. Filing a
claim 2 or 3 months in advance is Schofield Barracks, Hawaii -
about the best way to insure Army Specialist Six J. C. Blanford,
delay. Therefore, we urge you not whose mother, Mrs. Annie D. Un-
to postpone your visit if you are derwood, lives at 243 Avenue A,
62 years old. Some persons have Port St. Joe, Fla., is participating
lost benefits because they did not in Exercise "Black Night," a two-
,pply for them soon enough, week counter-insurgency exercise
The Socity Security office forin Hawaii ending March 17.
this area is located at 1135 Har-
rison Avenue, Panama City, (tele- During the maneuvers Specialist
phone 763-4331). Blanford and other members of the
-25th Infantry Division are receiv-
ing extensive training in counter-
James Harper Serving guerilla warfare.
At Naha AB Okinawa Evaluation teams accompanying
AI the men are assessing their skills
NAHA, Okinawa-Staff Sergeant in techniques of ambushing, psy-
James W. Harper, son of Mr. and chological operations, communica-
Mrs. Buell H. Harper, Sr., of Port tions and collection and dissem-
Saint Joe, Fla., has arrived for nation of intelligence information.
duty at Naha AB. Okinawa. Blanford, a medical assistant in
Sergeant Harper, a personnel Headquarters Company, 1st Bat-
specialist, previously served at talion of the 25th Division's 35th
Tyndall AFB, Fla. His new base is Infantry in Hawaii, was last as-
part .of the Pacific Air Forces signed at Fitzsimons General Hos-
which provide airpower for defense pital, Denver, Colo.
of the U. S. and its allies in the Specialist Blaord is a 1957
Pacific area. Specialist Blanford is a 1957
graduate of George Washington
The sergeant, a graduate of We- High School in ort Saint Joe.
wahitchka (Fla.) High School, at- His wife, Mary, is with him in
tended Chipola Junior College in Hawaii
iviaranna i'ia ms ile, aroln, i
viananna, Fla. His wile, Carolyn, is
the daughter of Vernon Byrd of
2826 Barrett Ave., Macon, Ga.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
J. F. Prevatt Wishes to announce
the opening of his Funeral Home
and 24 Hour Ambulance Service
Located at 507 Tenth Street.
The public is cordially invited to
inspect the establishment, March
20th and 21st
Prevatt Funeral Home
507 Tenth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 227-2401 or 229-4951
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