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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA,
eltaV Vatrf -AP
THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965
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Pictured above is the Shark baseball squad. David Young a
for the 1965 season. In the front row, kneeling Back irow,
from left to right, are bat boys and managers, Lonnie Bell, Bu
Larry Young, Steve Dees and Tim aifin. Nichols Ricky
Front row standing, left to right, Andy Tram- and ,ai.ny Ohal
mell, DaVid Dickey, Johnny RIgers, David- Wood,
Sharks Lose Opener to
Rutherford Rams, 7-4
Three walks, a stolen base, a Sharks will play their first home
passed ball and a double in the game of the season, when they -will
bottom half of the fourth inning host the Rams in a return engage-
cost the Sharks their season base-
cost pethe Rutherford High ment. The' game will be played at
ball opener with Rutherford High field.
Tuesday .ateioon. Centennial field.
Buddy Smith went the route for, Monday night the Sharks will
the Sharks giving up only five hits travel to Wewahitchka for a game
while the Sharks collected five hits under the lights at 8:00, EST.
,off the Rams Miller.
In their season opener, the
Sharks met a team which already
had two games under its belt, and
still gave -up the game grudgingly.
, The Rams drew first blood in
the first inning on a walk, a stolen
base and a wild pitch. The Rams
scored two more in the third'and
four in the fourth to take their
The Sharks drew first blood in
the fourth on walks to Johnny Wal-
ker and David Wood, a Rutherford
error, a walk to Junior Nichols
.and a fielders' choice by Smith.
In the sixth the Sharks got their
first hits off Miller when Walker
and Nichols both smashed doubles.
The Sharks picked up their last
two runs in the sixth.
Port St. Joe ------- 000 202 0-4
Rutherford -------- 102 400 x-7
Saturday night at 8:00 p.m., the
Game Tuesday Night,
Donkey basketball is coming to
Port St. Joe on Tuesday night of
A game of "round ball" played
by athletes on the back of a jack-
ass will be held in the High School
Gym with all proceeds going to the
'Student Council and the High
School activities fund.
The two teams will be made up
of members of the High School fa-
culty and the Port St. Joe Volun-
teer Fire Department.
Game time is 8:00 p.m. and ad-
mission is $1.00 for adults and 50c
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
4*~ ape ~
This editorial "squib" in the Panama City Herald the other day
was too good to pass up and we reprint it here for your inspection.
The head of the State Division of Alcoholic Rehabilitation in
California has come up with an idea that is interesting, to say
: He suggests that youngsters be taught how to drink in
"It's the only realistic approach to living with alcohol," he
SIt may be; And as long as we're at it, why not combine this
culture course with driver education and thus, at one and the
,same time, teach a kid not only how to hold his liquor, but also
%how to hold on to his life when he tries to drive with a snootful.
It just goes to show that there's always a way to handle
-even the knottist problem if someone can come through with a
Y flash of real genius.
The Senator, George Tapper called us the other day and said
that our article' of last week appeared that he was only favoring
Issuance of revenue certificates against the race track funds to
build the new courthouse and was ignoring the schools. George
assures us and everybody else that he is primarily interested in the
provision of funds by the same method for school construction also.
'Of course we knew that, and we think you know it too, but
George'wanted it spelled out, so here it is. We reported the meet-
ing as we did because it was held with the Board of County Com-
missioners and the only topic that could be agreed upon was the
county's interest in the plan. Like as not ,when Senator Tapper
meets with the School Board, there will be no mention of his plan
to encourage the County to take the step toward issuing revenue cer-
Fourth Period High
School Honor Roll
.Port St. Joe High School honor
roll for Fourth 6th week period:
'8th Grade: Jeanine Britt.
9th Grade: Jay Ferrell.
10th Grade: Cherry White.
11th Grade: Jake Belin.
12th Grade: Wanda Segers.
A and B
7th Grade: Pam Wilson, Judith
Stone, Murlene Mayfield, Karla
Stroblel, Sherley Cantley, Kay Hol-
land, Deborah Mahan, Brenda Wall,
Gwen Duval, Judy Moore, Cindy
Congleton, Laura Guilford, Dale
Little, Jo Beth Hammock, Sue Ken-
nedy, Kathy Sutton, Linda Gail
Tharpe, Ricky James.
8th Grade: Linda Combs, Linda
Gail Kimbell, Camille Carter, Shir-
ley Tharpe, Lenohr Smith, Dianne
Dawson, Susan Singleton, Eugenia
Traweek, Bobby Kennedy, Debbie
Lay, Karol Alsteatter.
9th Grade: David Richardson
eftto right, coach Andy Portera Patsy Strobel, Rita Faulk, Becky
eft to right,Hendrix Sharon Davis, Thomas
ddy Smith, Johnny Walker,-Junior Hendrix; Sharon Davis, Thomas
bodf y,. Mike White, Al Cathey Haddock, Lynn Ritchie, Jan Strip-
es. (, photo) ling, Jennifer Braxton, Barbara
e. Buzzett, Dorothy Sutton, Kenneth
10th Grade: Rita Rasmussen,
Science Casss Linda Rycroft, Paul Strobel, Tom-
ScIeCIc C Ulsses my Atchison, Rainey Fendley, Judy
"- -t *" hWl Herring, Phyllis Miles, Randy
Present "Fa Armstrong, Andrew Lewis, Gilda
The Port St. Joe High School 11th Grade: Dennis Dawson, Carla
Science Department conducted its Herring, Helen Peak, Catherine
annual science fair last week, with Ramsey, Barbara Lewis, Christie
exhibits built by the 'students dis- Coldewey, Jo Ann Whitfield, Jacque
played in the Centennial Building. Price, Sherry White, Linda Carter,
The building was filled with the Jennifer Kennedy, Elaine Kimbrel,
numerous and interesting exhibits. Karen Stripling, Michele Anchors,
Featured in the fair were exhib- Jo Ann Fite.
its of both physical and biological 12th Grade: Carol Alligood, .Celia
science. Creech, Paula Lovett, David Mc-
Winners in hedispla contest Cormick, Wanda Odum, Patsy
Winners he. display contest rince, ,Norma Peterson, Mike
were as follows :
SWhite, Wilkie Gilbert, Carol~yn
Senior High; physical science: Carr, :Kathy Garrett, Fran Gunn,
Wilkie Gilbert, first place for his Sandy Lee, Barbara Martin, Jenny
demonstration of light; Robin Goodman, Connie Mahan, Pete Fox,
Downs, second place for his elec- Barbara Weeks, Connie Jackson,
tronic sound maker and Paul Stro- Marie Rhames.
bel, third place for his rocket mul-
tistaging exhibit. In the biological C
science exhibit, Tommy Atchison Cancer Crusaders
was awarded first place for his ex- Picked for Canvass
hibit of the effects of testosterone p n ked f C llVass
on rats; Gilda Gilbert received sec- Crusaders have
ond honors for her effects of 2, 4 Over 130 Cancer Crusaders have
dichorophenoxyacetic acid hor-their assignments for, the House-
dichlorophenoxyacetic acid ho- to-House Canvass in the Port St.
money on ants and Alan Hum- Joe area to be conducted March
phreywas third in his bee display. 29 through April 2.
Junior High; physical science: Area Chairmen who completed
Jeannine Britt received first place their Crusade lists this week were
for her Solar System; Gary Hutch- Mrs. John Kramer of Mexico
ins was second with his telephone Beach; Mrs. Ralph Nance, St. Joe
exhibit and Cookie Fendley was Beach; Mrs. Raymond Hightower,
third with a solar furnace. In the White City; Mrs. Bud Williamson,
biological division Karol Alsteatter Highland View and Mrs. Johnest
was first with a bacteria culturing Pace, North Port St. Joe.
display; Jerwana Williams was sec- All Cancer Crusadeis will be an-
ond with an experiment with tur- nounced in next week's issue of
tles and Dianna DawSon was third The Star,
with a display of the human heart.
The Star took a picture of the Mr. and Mrs. Clyde White and
winners nith a new camera and daughters from Blakely, Georgia,
failed to operate it right, and so visited here last week-end with
didn't get a printable picture. friends.
County, Paper Co., Meeting
Friday to Discuss Land, Price
The Board of County Commis-
sioners will meet Friday of this
week, with officials of the St. Joe
Paper Company to begin bargain-
ing for land on which to build the
new Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe.
Last May, the voters of Gulf
County voted to move the county
seat to Port St. Joe and the matter
has been hanging fire right there
until this week.
This will be the first official
meeting of the Board with the Pa-
per Company to discuss property
locations and prices, although sev-
eral unofficial overtures have been
made by members of the County
At the last meeting of the Board
on March 9 the group voted una-
nimously to meet as a Board with
the Paper Company to bargain for
The meeting was set between
the Board and the Company on
Tuesday of this week.
Lions Plan to Sponsor
Dale Carnegie Course
The Port St. Joe Lions Club is
again planning to sponsor a Dale
Carnegie course in Port St. Joe.
The Lions sponsored such a course
in the fall of last year and due to
the interest shown in the offering
and expressions of others who wish
to take the. course, a repeat per--
performance is being planned for
those who missed the last session
The Dale Carnegie course is a
series of sessions designed to build
confidence in people, train indi-
viduals to get along better with peo-
ple and to speak effectively to in-
dividuals and groups.
At present the date for the free
demonstration course is indefinite
but will be sometime during the
middle of April.
Lions club project chairmen for
the program are John Howard and
Harry Tison. These men may be
contacted by those interested in
MEET TONIGHT TO ORGANIZE
BABE RUTH LEAGUE :
There will be a special meet-
ing tonight to organize the Babe
Ruth League fo rthe new season.
This meeting wil Ibe held at 7
p. m. at the City Restaurant. All
interested persons are urged to
Legion Woos Prospective New
Members At Fish Fry, Program
The American Legion Post: 116
of Port St. Joe highlighted a'cur-
rent membership drive with a free
fish dinner for all Gulf County vet-
eains Tuesday night at the Cen-
tennial Building. Approximately
200 Legionnaires, veterans, guests
and wives were on hand to eat the
Gulf mullet and listen to an inspir-
ing address by Major General Hen-
ry W. McMullen, Adjutant General
of the State of Florida.
Serving as master of ceremonies
was Senator George G. Tapper who
introduced the several guests pres-
ent. Among the guests present
were Mrs. P. G. Hart, District Pres-
ident of the Legion Auxiliary, Ber-
nard Wilson, Western Area Com-
mander; Nick George, Apalachicola
Post Commander and several other
The dinner and speaker was ar-
ranged for by Jim Cooper of Port
The affair was opened and closed
with prayer by Post Chaplain F. E.
Trammell and the posting of the
colors by color guard Arnold Dan-
iell, George Y. Core and Gene Mc-
The speaker reminded those
present of the purpose and past ac-
tivities of the American Legion
since its founding 46 -years ago.
It was emphasized that the Legion
is one of only a few organizations
that has not been. infiltrated by
any "ism" except Americanism.
The Legion is the largest organ-
ization of combat veterans being
composed of veterans of World
Wars I and II and the Korean
One of the most important as-
pects of Legion activity according
to the speaker is the preservation
of American military strength. It
was the Legion that campaigned
actively for creation of a two
ocean navy and establishment of
a Navy air arm and aircraft car-
riers, which proved so vital duunrg
World War II and the Korean con-
The Legion has also been very
instrumental in improving the lot
of servicemen and disabled veter-
The membership campaign, be-
gun last week by the Legion, is
still in full swing with an invita-
tion extended to all of the 900 vet-
erans of Gulf County to join the
Death, Taxes, Tags
Add another item to the old
adage that "the only things that
are certain are death and taxes."
Add "tags" to the list. Orange
and gold tags.
Gulf County property tax must
be paid on March 31, or the prop-
erty owner faces a penalty.
Motor vehicle tags must be
purchased on or before March 20,
which is Saturday, and those fail-
ing to buy their vehicle license
plates must pay penalties.
Answers Three Calls
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department has been called out
three times during the past week.
The department answered alarms
to two house fires and a car fire.
Last Wednesday night about
7:45 p.m. the department was call-
ed to the home-of Barney McCol-
lough at 511 Ninth Street where
a faulty flue had-caught the house
The McCollough's were visiting
friends and neighbors discovered
and reported the fire. Three rooms
in the home were damaged as a
result of the blaze.
.Thursday afternoon at 5:00 p.m:
an automobile belonging to Odell
Stewart of Highland View caught
fire and the department was called
to put out the blaze. The car was
entirely gutted by flames on the
On Sunday morning at 4:30 a.m.
an unoccupied house on First
Street in Highland View caught
fire and the Port St. Joe depart-
ment was called to action to assist
the Highland View department.
Several small houses were in
close vicinity to each other and
were in danger of burning. One
other house caught fire briefly but
was quickly put out.
The burning house was com-
The City of Port St. Joe is in
the business of collecting taxes
also. Tax must be paid on March
31 or penalties go into effect.
Tax payments and tag sales are
about "usual" for this time of
year, but ,as usual, a last min-
ute rush to get in under the line
is expected. So whether or not
you intend to try to avoid the
rush, remember that March 20 is
the deadline for tags and March
31 the deadline for taxes.
Dixie Youth League
Plans Barbecue Supper
With the coming of Spring is the
beginning of another season of the
Dixie Youth baseball program.
The usual season-opener activi-
ties will get underway on Satur-
day, April 3 ,at 5:30 p. m. when the
annual barbecue will be held at
the Centennial Building. Chicken
is on the menu this year with the
barbecue tickets now on sale for
$1.00 each by players, managers and
officials of the league. All proceeds
from the annual barbecue go to
help defray expenses of the pro-
gram during the season.
Chairman W. J. Herring says that
plenty of barbecue will be prepay.
ed for everyone.
To get ready for the season of
play which will begin on April 12,.
the umpires for this season will
meet Tuesday of next week at th-t.
Episcopal Parish House at 7:30 '-
m. Those wishing to offer their
services as an umpire during the.
season are invited to the Tuesday
The concessions stand \"ill be op-
erated this year by Mlis M L. Park-
er. She will be assisted by Hubert
White. This program is also in need
of volunteer help. Anyone who will
offer their services in this impor-
tant project are urged to get in
touch with either the chairman,
Mrs. Parker or with Mr. White.
Two persons were injured in an
automobile accident in Port St. Joe
last Friday morning. The accident
occurred at the intersection of Gar-
rison Avenue and Highway 71.
According to local police reports
a 1965 Pontiac, driven by Ten Can-
non of Port St. Joe, ran into the
left side of a Falcon station wagon
driven by David Roche at about 8:30
a. m. According to the report Can-
non was traveling North on Gar-
rison and Roche was traveling to-
ward downtown Port St. Joe on 71,
when the two cars collided.
The report showed that Cannon
failed to see the Roche vehicle and
proceeded across the intersection
striking the station wagon in the
side just back of the driver's seat.
The station wagon turned over on
its side and came to rest against a
utility pole, keeping it from turn-
ing on over on its top.
Roche said he saw the accident
coming but could not get out of
the way in time.
Passengers in the Roche vehicle,
Mrs. W. C. Roche and W. C. Roche
received injuries. Mrs. Roche re-
ceived broken ribs and injuries to
the neck. She is still confined to
the Municipal Hospital. Mr. Roche
received numerous cuts about the
head and face, but was released
from the hospital after treatment.
Neither Cannon or David Roche sus-
No charges were filed in the
Pictured above is the W. C. Roche station in an accident last Friday morning at the inter.
wagon in which Mr. and Mrs. Roche were injured section of Highway 71 and Garrison Avenue.
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your, home town merchants
Two Injured In Two Car Collision
At Intersection Last Friday Morning
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965 n't F Kites
Bt in C e provide him with training for ele- ower
BOSiness Courses mentary bookkeeping positions or Nea Power Lines
oran as a good foundation for those who Boys and girls who fly kites are
More" imporIant wish to continue with more ad- urged to apply these safety rules
vanced studies in bookkeeping and of kite flying.
Do you realize that practically accounting.. 1. Don't fly kites in rainy weath-
all the printed material you see First year shorthand is basic in er or thunderstorms.
has been typed, and that much of purpose, but comprehensive and in- 2 Don't fly kites near power
it has been dictated and transcrib- tensive enough that if a student is .
ed by a secretary? According to unable to take second year, he will If a kite becomes entangled
Sa Superinhave acquired some occupational 3. If a kite becomes entangled
Thomas D. Bailey, StateSupenskill. Shorthand is also helpful in 6. Don't dash across streets or
tendent of Public Instruction, about taking notes in high school and col- not attempt to get it down.
15 per cent of all employed persons lege. Second year shorthand is vo- 4. Don't use metal on kites, kite
in Florida are engaged in office national in purpose and emphasis strings, or kite tails.
work, and the number is increas- is on improving transcription pow- 5. Instead, use dry cotton string
Lng. er. This includes the mechanics and dry cloth in the tails.
Prior' to the thirties, business of English along with the produc- in power lines, leave it alone. Do
education was known as commer- tion of work acceptable to business, highways while kite flying.
cial education and its subject mat- Office machines teaches a variety
ter consisted largely of the three of skills such as a working know. THE HECK WITH CALORIES
R's-shorthand, typewriting, and edge of listing, non-listing ma- CHOCOLATE PIE
bookkeeping. The primary aim of chines, calculators, bookkeeping
commercial education was prepara- machine, electric typewriters, dic- Cocoa-From Mrs. Sue Young,
ion for the office occupations. To- stating, duplicating machines and Brevard County home demonstra-
lay seventy per cent of all type- filing. Students are taught to use tion agent, comes a delectable re-
iriting students are taking it for ditto sheets and stencils. This class cipe for that all-time favorite -
iersonal use rather than for the types and mimeographs the "Pur- chocolate pie.
office occupations, pie Wave," the school newspaper, This particular pie has an in-
The,Business Education Depart- each month. Along with skills, de- triguing title. It's called "The Heck
lent has the obligation of prepar- sirable work habits and attitudes With Calories Chocolate Pie."
rg students for business activities required by employers are stressed. When you read the ingredients,
n a personal-use or general basis, A course in general business is you'll see why.
s wel las for specialized vocational offered this year fo rthe first time "The Heck With Calories Choco-
raining. as a full credit course. It gives a late Pie."
In carrying out this obligation in basic business background of value 1 package German sweet clioco.
he Port St. Joe High School we to every student. It should be of. late, broken in pieces
ave two commercial rooms. One fered early enough in the school 3/4 cup sugar
oom is equipped with 32 typewrit- program so that those who drop 1 tall can evaporated milk
rs for the purpose of training stu- out at the end of the tenth year 3 egg yolks, slightly beaten
ents in beginning typing and ad- will have some understanding of 2/3 cup flaked coconut
anced typing. Beginning typing is general business practices for, use 1 teaspoon vanilla
available to all students in grades in their daily living. 1 baked 9 in. pie crust or gra-
ine. through twelce. We have Since there is a business side to ham cracker crust
three beginning classes with a to- tactically every type of life activ- l/d cup chopped pecans
al enrollment of 93. At the end ity,regardless of the occupation in 1/4 cup butter.
f the year those students who which a person may engage, busi- Combine chocolate, sugar, butter,
ve maintained a high standard ness educations an essentialpart and milk in saucepan. Cook and
re recommended for a second of the total school program. stir over medium heat until mix-
ear in typing, which is vocational ture is blended and just comes to
n purpose. This year there are a boil. Remove from heat and
7 second year students. P I NE S gradually your a small amount into
The other commercial room is the egg yolks, stirring constantly.
sed for bookkeeping, shorthand, Stand Tall Remove mixture to pan. Add 1/3
Efice machines training and a gen- Ti cup of coconut and vanilla. Pour
ral business course. First year In Florida S into pie crust. Sprinkle top with
bookkeeping contributes to the F r pecans and rest of coconut. Bake at
general education of the student to 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
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settings, fine tune for infinite heat selection.
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SOFTWEAVE TOILET 2 ROLL PKG.
[GA FABRIC 33 OZ. BOTTLE
DONALD DUCK GRAPEFRUIT 46 OZ. CANS
JUICE 4 for $1
SLAB BACON Ib. 26c
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Cheese j C
PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK
B'I SCUITS 2 cans 29c
ALL FLAVORS TABLERITE
ICE CREAM /2gal. 49c
CARNATION INSTANT'- With $5.00 Order
DRY MILK 14qt.pkg. 99c
TABLERITE PROTEIN SIRLOIN, CLUB or BONELESS
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GROUND BEEF 3 lbs. 99c
OLD SMOKIES lb. pkg. 59c
SLICED BACON lb. 39c
DELICIOUS TABLERITE 12 OZ. PKGS.
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I SMALL PINK I
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PET TALL CANS
EVAP. MILK 3 cans 39c
IGA CREAM or WHOLE KERNEL
Golden CORN 2 cans 29
IGA TINY JUNE 303 CANS DIXIE LILY
PEAS 2 cans 39c GRITS box lOc
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DIXIE SLICED BACON ._.. 3 Ibs. 89c
GROUND BEEF _______...... 3 Ibs. 79c
render Small Pig (End Cut)
SPARE RIBS lb. 29c
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FIa,
THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965
final. Rules-Artistic Division
8. No conservation material may 1. Work must be that of the ex-
be used in any exhibit except edu- hibitor, but plant material need not
national. be grown by exhibitor.
9. Awards will be as follows: 2. Bases are permitted in all de-
Second-Red 3. No artificial plant material
Third-Yellow. except grapes may be used.
Honorable Mention-White. 4. No dyed or painted plant ma-
10. Tri-color shall be awarded to trial may be used unless specified
the highest scoring entry in artis- in the schedule. This does not in-
tic division. Ribbon is red, yellow clude treated or dried plant ma-
and blue. trial.
11. Award of merit will be award- 5. Exhibitor will place her de
ed entry scoring highest in horti- sign. See placement committee for
reservation of niche.
Class 1. House plants, a. Foliage.
Class 2. Cacti and succulents.
Class 3. Ferns and allies.
Class 4. African Violets.
N o tice s Class 5. Planters-multiple plants
Class 6. Begonias.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Class 7. Any other.
COURT, GULF COUNTY, Section 2
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Annuals:
In Re: Estate of Class 1. One stem or bloom of
E. M. WARD, any annual. Calendula, larkspur,
Deceased. cornflower, phlox, carnation, snap-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS dragon, etc. These will be classified
All creditors of the estate of by the Classification Committee.
E. M. WARD, deceased, are here- Class 2. Three stems or blooms
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 NEED A PLUMB E
County, Florida, in the Courthouse A LUM D
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six calendar months from the date CALL BEAMAN
of the first publication of this Piumbing Installation I
Notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the Contract Work A Specia
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must Agents for
be sworn to by the claimant, hisor
agent; or his attorney ,or it will Brand Name Plumbing Fi
become void according to law.
Dated this 5th day of March, CALL US FOR FREE ESTIM
/s/ RALPH W. WARD,
Executor of the Estate of TWO EXPERIENCED PLUJ
E. M. Ward, Deceased.
Silas R. Stone,
321 Reid -venue, BEAMAN PLUM
321 Reid .:venue,
Port St. Joe, Florida,
Attorney for Executor. 1107 GARRISON AVE.
Mar. 11-18-25, Apr. 1
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Rules For Flower Show
Rules-General culture division. Ribbon-Orange.
1. Only one entry in each class 12. Sweepstakes ribbon shall be
nay be made by exhibitor. Exhibit- awarded the exhibitor in each di-
or need not be a member of the vision numbers I and II with great-
garden club. est number of ribbons. Sweepstakes
2. Entries will be accepted Fri- ribbon is three purple ribbons with
lay, April 9, from 7:00-8:00 P.M., rosette. Clerks and entry commit-
and on Saturday, April 10, from tee shall determine the winner.
1:00 A.M. 10:30 A.M. Entries may 13. Horticulture exhibits should
lot be removed before 5:00 P.M. be labeled.
April 11. Rules-Horticulture
3. All entries must be checked 1. All exhibits in horticulture
with classification committee and shall be grown by the exhibitor.
nust receive entry card before be- shall be grown by the exhibitor.
nust receive entry card before be- Potted plants must have been in
ng placed possession of exhibitor for at least
4. Faded or wilted material three months.
should be replaced by the exhibitor 2. Whenever possible, make en-
or the second show day 2. Whenever possible, make en-
or the second sowday tries the day before the show so
5. The garden club will endeavor staging committee may have time
o care for all exhibits but cannot to arrange her exhibit. Time 7:00-
>e held responsible for loss. 8:00 P.M. Friday, April 9. Entries
6. The exhibitor will place her may be made from 8:00-10:30 A.M.
exhibit in artistic division. The Saturday, April 10.
placement committee will place 3 Containers for cut specimens
horticulture entry, will be supplied by show commit-
7. The decision of the judges is tee.
of any annual above.
Class 1. Gladiolas, one spike with
Class 2. Daylily, one scape.
Class 3. Amaryllis, one scape.
Class 4. Iris, one spike with fo-
Class 5. Daffodil, one scape.
Class 6. Narcissus, one scape.
Class 7. Shrub or vine, one spray.
Class 9. Any other.
Class 1. Tea, one bloom with
Class 2. Hybrid Tea, one bloom
Class 3. Floribunda, one spray.
Class 4. Climbers, one spray.
Class 5. Grandiflora, one spray.
Class 1. Easter Sunrise-A tri-
angle arrangement of pastel flowers
using spike flowers to represent
rays-of rising sun. Blue-gray back-
ground. Niche: 36" x 28" x 18".
42" from floor.
Class 2. Easter Morning Break-
fast-Small horizontal arrangement
of gaily colored flowers and artifi-
cial grapes. Niche: 32" x 28" x 18".
Light green background, 42" from
floor. Eligible for Tri-color.
Class 3. Easter Church Service-
Vertical arrangement of all white
flowers with foliage. White or
green container. Niche: 36" x 28"
x 18". 42" from the floor. Light
green background. Eligible for Tri-
Class 4. Egg Hunt-Whimsical ar-
rangement of crescent design with
accessory of rabbit eggs or chicken
or combination. Niche: 32" x 28"
x 18". Light green background 42"
high. Eligible for Tri-color if fresh
plant material predominates.
Class 5. Walk On the Beach-Ar-
rangement featuring weathered
wood. Design to be determined by
line of wood. All fresh plant ma-
terial. Niche: 36" x 28" x 18". Light
green background 42" high. Eligible
for Tri-color if fresh material pre-
Class' 6. There Will Always Be
Another Easter-Original futuristic
design including a bird or birds
(may include mobiles). Lone of ex-
hibitor's choice. Fresh plant ma-
terial. Niche: 36" x 28" x 18". Elig-
ible for Tri-color. Light green
background, 42" high.
Mrs. J. F. Barnes from Abbeville,
Ala., is visiting her son, Mr. Frank
Barnes, and Mrs. Barnes.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
MBERS TO SERVE YOU
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965
Honeymoon In Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas-Mr. and Mrs. James E. Smith of Garrison
Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla., relax on the beach at the Coral Harbour Club
during a vacation in Nassau, capital of the Bahamas.
Miss Marsha (Sandy).,McDaniel
and Donnie Cook ,son of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd G. Cook of Bristol, Fla.,
exchanged marriage vows February
27, at 11 a. m. in the Church Of
Christ in Thomasville, Georgia,
with Minister Jenkins' officiating
the impressive double ring cere-
The bride wore, a'white satin
brocade sheath dress with match-
ing coat. Her headpiece was a pill
box hat with accessories and a cor-
sage of white carnations.
Mrs. Cook,:mother of the bride-
groom, wore a fuchsia'sheath dress.
Her accessories were, shore pink
and she also wore a white carna-
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie AtkinsoAn of'Thomasvill'e,
'A reception was given by friends
of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Nance, in the home of the bride-
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
The bride's table overlaid with
an imported lace cloth was center-
ed with a three tiered wedding
cake topped with a miniature bride
and groom. The setting was com-
pleted by a three branched cande-
labrum with burning tapers and
pink camellias and ivy. The guests
were served cake and punch by
Miss Patsy Johnston and Miss Ann
Out-of-town guests were Maurice
McDaniel, twin brother of the bride,
Bobby Henderson, Patsy Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Atkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Nance, all of Port
St. Joe; Tom Lock of Clintonville,
Wisconsin, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Summer of Briston, Mrs. R. C. Riley
and daughter, Ann, and Mrs. Alma
Thurman' and Charles Wells of
The bride attended Port St. Joe
High School and the bridegroom is
a graduate of Rutherford High
SSchool in 1964. He is employed by
St. Joe Telephone' and Telegraph
The couple are 'presently.resid-
ing in Bristol.
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PTA Will Sponsor
Book Fair March 25
The High School PTA will be
sponsoring a Book Fair next week,
March 25-26th, in the High School
auditorium. The Fair will be held
during school hours so all students
will be able to visit the Book Fair.
Books will be'of paper-back type,
selling for $.35 to $1.00 with the
High School PTA making 20% of
each book sale. These books will be
ordered from the Educational
Reading Service. All types of books
will be displayed (fiction, classics,
history, mathematics, including the
new match, fact finders or lan-
guages). The students pay for the
books they wish to order during
the Book Fair, after browsing
through the Book Fair display. De.
livery of the books will take ap-
proximately nine days.
Members of the High School PTA
Library Service Committee, headed
by Mrs. Robert Faliski, will be in
charge of the Fair, arranging the
display tables, getting workers to
help supervise classes through the
Fair and collect money from stu-
dents for their book orders.
The Book Fair will be open dur-
ing the PTA meeting, March 26, so
parents may visit the Fair, browse
around. The PTA will use the com-
mission it receives from sale of
these books to buy more library
books for the High School library.
Circle Meets With
Miss Bell Honored corsage presented her by the hos-
At Bridal Shower Miss Willie Mae Giles kept the
bride's book; Miss Linda Kay Webb
The ladies of First Baptist and Miss Frances Spears poured
Church honored Miss Barbara Bell coffee while Miss Elaine Sherrill
with a miscellaneous bridal shower and Miss Linda Cox presided at
the punch bowl. Dainty sandwiches,
on Thursday, March 11th, from wedding cookies, salted nuts and
to 9 P. M. in the home of Mrs. C. mints were served to about 60
G. Costin Sr. guests who called to wish Barbara
The party rooms where guests happiness and to share this occa-
were entertained were like a sion with her. The many lovely
breath of spring with the many gifts were placed in the den for
lovalv arrnngementf nsf sring flnw. all to view.
White City Baptists Honor Youths At
Party Last Friday Night At Church
"These Wonderful Years" was people- from whom he is an out-
the theme for a banquet which be- cast since accepting Christ.
gan Youth Week activities at White Those attending the activities of
City Baptist Church last Friday the night were, Susanne Antley,
Billy Antley, Dianne Goodman,
night. Honored guests were Inter- Donnie Jamison, Cathy Jamison,
mediates and Young People of the Anita Smith, Smitty Smith, Randy
church and their workers. Weston, Mike Weston,' Linda Terry,
Decorations ,carried out the Dorethy Terry, Jack Terry, Gary
theme and a period of reminiscing Davis, Sharon Davis, Rita Rasmus-
was enjoyed by all as they viewed sen, David Horton, Rebecca Walker,
baby pictures of all present and Regina Shirah, Larry Griffin, Ray-
were asked to identify each. mond Harper, Eugene Harper,
As the young people were seated Charlotte Williams, Greg Weston,
for the evening meal they were Mrs. L. D. Davis, Mrs. J. D. Jamison,
srved by three appropriately dress- Mrs. E. L. Antley, Mrs. B. G. Harp-
ed "singing waiters," complete with er. Mrs. C. R. Weston, Mrs. E. M.
handlebar moustaches and spit Williams and Mrs. J. C. Horton as-
curls, bright red aprons and white sisted in serving the meal of fried
coats. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed chicken, green peas, -mashed pota-
their "musical" rendition of "Down toes, tossed salad, hot rolls, pie and
By the Old Mill Stream." They iced tea. Truly a good time was
were MTr .T. M Williams Mr Otis, had by all.
Kirkland, and Rev. Jack Jamison,
Circle No 1 of First Baptist W. pastor.
M. U. met Monday, March 15th, After a delicious dinner, games
with Mrs. Ralph Macomber in her and group singing were followed
home on Marvin Ave. by the highlight of the evening ,as
Mrs. L. W. Cox, president of the the guest speaker, Frank Ramna-
W. M. U., and Mrs. C. Byron Smith, rine, a converted Hindu from Trini-
Mission Study chairman, visited dad, West Indies, gave a most in-
with Circle 1 at this time. spring testimony. At the present
Mrs. Karl Marshall, Circle chair- time he is studying at Baptist BiL
man, called the meeting to order. ble Institute. On completion of his
Mrs. Emory Stephans gave call to studies, he will return to his own
prayer and devotional from scrip-
ture, Prov. 30, naming the mission-
aries on Calendar of Prayer on this MArs-. D- "is Hostess
day, March 15. Mrs. W. O. Nichols
offered prayer. Due to.absence of icle Meet
Program chairman, Mrs. Marshall To Circl Meeting
was in charge. Subject of program
was "Confronting Moral Issues." Circle 2 of, the W. M. U. of the
Topic for the day was "Assuming First Baptist Church met in the
Personal Responsibility." home of Mrs. Geo. Davis at. the
The seven members present all
The Highland Vie w Baptist took part on program which was
Church WMS met at the church closed with prayer by Mrs. C. By-
Wednesday night, March, 10, with ron Smith.
,six members present.
Mrs. Harry Powell called .the
meeting to order.
The group sang "0 Zion Haste"
followed by scripture reading from
"From- Ocean unto Ocea---Pro-
claim Thy. Gospel Day", title of;
the program was begun with the&
group singing "From Ocean unto
Mrs. Harry Powell gave, the in-,
troduction. Four of 'the members
present had parts on the program.
After each part a prayer was given.
Mrs. Powell adjourned the meet-
Hostess served refreshments to
'Eta Upsilon Has
Annual Spring Rush
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi held their Spring rush
party March 11 at the Florida
A gypsy caravan theme was used
and all attending came dressed as
'Rushees attending were: Jo
Brown, Jerrie Freeman, Debbie
ing with,prayer. Tankersley, Betty Whitehurst, Mar-
Sgaret Biggs, Pat Stores and Fran-
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Beach Monday afternoon at p.m.,
with seven members and one visitor
(Mrs. E. B: Moore) present. The
Prayer chairman,: Mrs. T. E. Park-
er, Sr., brought the devotional from
Prov. 31:20, and offered prayer for
the missionaries on the Birthday
Calendar. Then Mrs. Rubye Prid-
geon and all the members joined
in discussion and developing the
program from the Royal Service
Magazine, on "Moral Issues."
After the business session, which
was led by the Circle chairman,
Mrs. C. Db Spears, Mrs. Perry El-
liott dismissed the group .'with
All enjoyed the social hour.
OPENING TIMES -
Saturday ------- 12:45 p.m.
Sunday ---------2:45 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. ----- 4:45 p.m.
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"Emil and the Detectives"
Mrs. Sykes Has
Garden Club Meet
Mrs. W. D. Sykes was hostess to
the Port St. -Joe Garden 'Club
Thursday, March 9.
The clubi'president, Mrs. Toiw
Byrd, presided over the meeting.,
Minutes of the February meeting.
weie read and approved and reports
were given by the committee chair-.
The following were named to
serve in various capacities for the
Spring Flower Show to be lih.l
April 10 and April 11:
SFlower Show Chairman, Mrs.
Ralph- 'Nance; Co-Chairman, Mrs.
Wesley:Ramsey; Staging, Mry. Paul
Blount and. Mrs. 'Cecil Hewett;
Schedule, Mrs. -J. C. Arbogast;
Judges, Mrs. Dave Jones; Classifi-
cation, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast and Mrs.
Fred Maddox; Publicity, Mrs. Mau-
rice Dawson and Mrs. Wesley Ram-
sey; Hospitality, Mrs. Tom Also-
brook; Entries, Mrs. W. D. Sykes,
Mrs. Henry Ayers, Mrs. Carl Arm-
strong, Mrs. George Cooper, and
Mrs. Harry Forehand; Clerks, Mrs.
Maurice Dawson Mrs. J. W. Her-
ring, Mrs. W. O. Nichols andtiMrs.
Milton Chafin; Awards and .Rib-
bons, Mrs. W. 0. Nichols; Horticul-
ture Division, Mrs. Fred Maddox,
Mrs. Ralph Nance, and Mrs. J. C.
Arbogast; Placement Artistic Di-
vision, Mrs. Paul Blount.
Mrs. Cecil Hewett gave the pro-
gram concerning the influence that
si2e, color and shape give to.I
Mrs. Sykes served refreshmients'-
to the 12 members and one visitor,
Mrs. R. M. Spillers.
ers placed at vantage points every-
Greeting guests were ladies of
the W. M. U.. They were then pre-
sented to the honored guests, Miss
Barbara Bell, her mother, Mrs. Lon.
nie Bell, and groom-elect's mother,
Mrs. Louis Presnell.
Barbara was lovely and her
charming self in a sheath dress of
pink. Chantilly needlepoint with
which she wore a white carnation
Miss Bell will become the bride
of Mr. John Bascom Presnell April
4 at 3 P. M. The wedding to be at
the First Baptist Church.
Visit With Parents
Mrs. Duane Williamson and chil-
dren, Karen, Kimberly and Tom-
my of Pensacola visited last week
end with Mrs. Williamson's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin,
LI I I
TO OUR MANY
Friends and Customers
For Your Fine Support
During Our Past Six Years of Serving You at the
Motel St. Joe.
Your Cooperation Was Very Much Appreciated.
Come Visit Us in Our
In, the Former
Lorne" fourth and M nument .....
Our Plans Are to Offer You the Finest Restaurant
Service in Port St. Joe From Our New Location. Ex-
pansion In the Immediate Future Is In Our Plans to
Offer You the Best Ahtosphere... and the Finest Food
On the Gulf Coast.
Visit Our New Location
Monday, March 22
Jake and Pauline
Tony's Modern Laundry
Formerly St. Joe Laundry & Cleaners
Only Local Laundry and Cleaning Plant
Available in Port St. Joe
Owned and Operated By
and CLEANING SERVICE
Pick Up and Delivery Service
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE from The Strikers oi lanes 7 and 8
Beaman's took three games from with Betty W. high for Senators
West Florida Gas on lanes 1 and 2 with 406, Vivian H. 396, Bennie H.
with ,Loyce BR. high with a 375, (sub) 375 and Mildred K. 295.
Eleanor W., 368, Irene B. 327 and Ruby L. was high for The Strik-
Audrey F. 320 Wynell B. (sub) was ers with 454, Jerry F.415, Mary H.
high for West Florida Gas with a 400 and Eula D. 314.
429, Aline A. 396, Alice M. 360, and Standings W. L.
Allie McD. 298. Jitney Jungle -------62 34
Jitney Jungle took all four games E. L. Amison's -------- 59 37
from Pate's on lanes 3 and 4 with Tapper's Senators -- 51 45
Evelyn S. high for J. J. with a 477, Whitfield Strikers -- 50 46
Lois F. 445, Catherine A. 399, and Pate's 44 51"
Jean S. 369. Mary L. was high for West Florida Gas ----- 44 51
Pate's with a 376, Linda R. 370, Beaman's 39, 56
Debbie T. 354, and Mary P. 318. Rich's 33%1 62
E. L. Amison's took all four '
games from Rich's on lanes 5 and CARD OF THANKS
6 with Verna B. high for Amis- I wish to thank my many,friends
on's with a 466, Lois S. 460, Ann W. for their cards, flowers and prayers
405 and Christine L. 378. Zela y ,
Adams (sub) was high for Rich's offered in my behalf while was
with a 415, Gloria M. 341, Marie B: patient in the Pensacola hospital.
276 and Patsy S. 245. Your concern was appreciated.'
The Senators took three games EDWARD DEES
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M.
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives"
Florida Greeting Service,
A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St. Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are. a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES
1002 Garrison Avenue Phone 229.1686 |
507 Tenth Street
19th Birthday Celebrating Continues
Zippy and 'Peppy As A Teen-age Ball Savings Galore!
Dear Friends: of all mankind is endangered. By
This starts with a spell of in- now we should be fairly well con-
somnia! Here I sit by the fireside vinced that we "can't have our
at 3:30 a.m. gazing blankly at the cake and eat it, too". Is this not
sparkling embers produced by the vivid proof that worldly and ma-
gas logs. Looks like real wood trial things miserably fail to
burning and takes me back 50 bring happiness, a state of well be-
years to the farm when my turn ing, or peace to individuals or na-
(5 brothers) came to start the fire tions.
on cold winter mornings with fat In the Book of Ecclesiastes Solo.
pine and black oak logs. Only thick mon gives a significant and thor-
warm long handles kept me from ough description of the worldly
freezing until the blaze got going possessions riches, fame, plea-
well. sure, even including knowledge
S"Lotta water over the dam" since and wisdom. It is summed up in
!those never to be forgotten days nine striking words: "Vanity of
!that were filled with healthy, vanities, saith the preacher: All is
Wholesome hardships .of many vanity". In verse 13 Solomon says:
kinds 'and colors. We should be "Let us hear the conclusion of the
I nghty grateful and happy about whole matter: Fear God and keep
tlie abundance of conveniences in His commandments; for this is the
this .great year of 1965 com- whole duty of man". Mighty good
pqred with 1915. advice, wouldn't you agree?
While man has been creative. All kinds of trouble including
and progressive, constantly, dis. sickness and death is ours to bear
covering new wonders in God's and share in this life. The tragedy
marvelous world, seems that prob- and sadness of lost possessions
IlIms.have also increased and mul- come to some of us every day.
tiplied yes, so great that the life Just last week one of our friends
,Phones 227-2401 or 229-4951
SATURDAY, MARCH 20
Everyone is Cordially Invited to Attend Our
Saturday, March 20 10:00 A. M.
Services To Be Conducted By '
REV. J. C. ODUM
Pastor, Long Avenue Baptist Church
Lad* y ni t a T A. ies'
Lady Attendant at All Times
507 Tenth Street
24-Hour Ambulance Service
You Are Invited
Saturday, March 20
10:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Sunday, March 21
1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. '
Phones 227-2401 or 229-4951
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
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"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" SOYLEK
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
NONA WILLIAMS ______ Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
JAMES HANLON ---___Men's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor
LARRY ALLEN Ladies and Children's Shoes
CORA SUE MEDLIN Office
BARBARA BOYLES Office
ROBERT "Bubber" WILLIAMS, JR., MARY REEVES, DORENE
SPEARS, ESTHER TAYLOR Extras
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 22
Baked beans, sliced ham, but-
tered spinach, spiced beets, choco-
late pudding, white bread and but
Tuesday, March 23
Shepherd's pie, snap beans, cab-
bage slaw, grape jelly, hot biscuit
and butter, milk.
Wednesday, March 24
Turkey and noodles, turnip
greens, shredded carrots, peanut
butter candy, corn bread and but-
Thursday, March 25
Pork chops, buttered rice, green
butter beans, lettuce and tomato
salad, peach crisp, white bread and
Friday, March 26
Open faced cheese and fish sand-
wiches, field peas, potato sticks,
cabbage slaw, ice cream, white
bread and butter, milk.
and customers lost his home and
everything in it by fire. This wri-
ter's birthplace in N. C. where my
parents have lived together for
thr- past 66 years was burned to
the ground the next day. These are
disturbing and discouraging blows.
However, we can remember none
of these things have lasting and
permanent value All will pass
away sometime! It appears
that we have no choice but to seek
comfort and consolation from the
Eternal and Everlasting Values .
to fill our hearts with faith love
and hope patience, kindness
and gentleness cheerfulness
and diligence in our responsibili-
ties and duties. These are Eternal
assets gathered in the heart and
soul from God's limitless and
P.S.-Please visit Boyles 19th
Birthday Celebration where VAL-
UES are, less serious than above.
Necessary and desirable items of
wearing apparel,and shoes passed
to you at honest prices!
WE CAN GO FIRST CLASS
Representative Ben Williams' plan to try and sew up
the entire race track fund now received by Gulf County for
new schools is a commendable thing. There is probably no
better need in the county for expenditure of money. Cer-
tainly the need for facilities exists and are necessary in this
day of specialization to provide the necessary equipment to
prepare our youth for the task of making a living.
We must, remember that the task of our schools is to
prepare our children to make a living not the agrandize-
ment of the citizens, not the support of a winning sports
team and not the provider of social activities. These things
all go hand in hand with the school program, but are not the
primary purpose of the system.
The school~ are important. Everybody recognizes that.
Their needs are great. Everybody recognizes that. Gulf
county is in need of facilities .and the necessary taxes
to operate them. Everybody recognizes that.
But even though the need is great and necessary
S. we cannot go along with Mr. Williams plan to set aside
Sthe entire race track revenues for the purpose of paying off
revenue certificates to build school facilities.
According to the "financial wizards" it will take some
$70,000 a year to pay off $1,250,000 in revenue certificates.
At this rate, and with Gulf's rate of race track revenues,
the County will be able to float certificates of up to $3 1/3
million. That would be some amount of schools for a small
county like Gulf.
We have a need for both schools and a new court house.
And we must pay for them. And we must make up for reve-
nue that is sure to be lost next year after the inevitable hap-
pens and our race track revenues are taken away. A reve-
nue certificate issue against the fund, would keep enough of
the money around for a long enough time to pay off the
We must go along with and endorse Senator George
Tapper's plan to provide the necessary items for the schools
and also provide for the needs of the new county court house.
In both instances, Gulf County will have the wherewithal
to go first class for the first time in several years. Some
$2 and a half million dollars will build,4some fine schools .. .
and put some :structurally' sound present buildings in first
class shape. As a matter of fact, there should be even
enough money available to provide adequate heating for the
Port St. 'Joe Elementary School building.
The school board and the county board are planning to
go along with Tapper's suggestion and seek permission from
the Legislature to tie up the race track money. Both boards
are making plans for a spending program, and both are keep-
ing the needs of the other body in mind-a's they should.
There's enough to go around and solve Gulf County's
building problems for several years. The problem of making
up the lost revenue.will still be with.us, however, but only
the people can solve that one.
THE CHILDREN ARE WAITING
There are many worthy organizations, working for the
health and welfare of children, that ask and receive our sup-
port. We Americans are a compassionate people, and even
the most unsentimental of us cannot bear to think of children
who are waiting for help that does not come.
But how many of us stop to think that when the Ameri-
can Cancer Society asks us this April to help conquer cancer
with a Checkup and a Check that our contribution will help
thousands of children with cancer?
The tragic fact is that cancer is the leading cause of
death from disease among school children. In 1965, more
than 5,000 young lives will be lost to cancer.
The greatest single weapon we have against cancer in
both children and adults-is the constant vigilance of the
informed individual. Tens of thousands of Americans are
alive today because they recognized the danger signals of
cancer and received prompt treatment.
During Crusade against Cancer month, your American
Cancer Society is conducting a special educational program
to make parents aware of the danger of cancer in children.
So often this disease begins with some seemingly trivial ail-
ment that is ignored until it is too late.
Parents are urged to know the danger signals of child-
hood cancer and to consult a doctor if. any of these symptoms
appear. Prompt action means real hope of- a complete cure.
There is as yet no cure or preventive for leukemia, cancer
of the blood-forming tissues, which takes the lives of about
half of the children who are cancer victims. But, there is
growing optimism that leukemia may be fthe first cancer to
be permanently controlled. The American Cancer Society is
currently spending over $2 million a year in leukemia-related
We all wait eagerly for each medical advance that means
new hope in our common struggle to cure cancer. Among us
are thousands of children-many too young to read these
words-who are victims of cancer.
This April, when you are asked to support the American
Cancer Society's Crusade, please remember the children
rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, ida'. riHURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965 good sign for the gardener-unless M Portr T B
it's discovered that the bark on a Mrs. Porter To Be
prized ornamental is rupturing. To Phil
the neophyte this could be an omen Phlaco Speaker
Gardening In Florida.. ,of a strange new disease. aco eaer
G gardening In Chances are the splitting bark is The Philaco Club of Apalac
not a new ailment, but the after- cola will hold its March meeting
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Agricul- growth, are putting on a Beatle math of winter freezes. Delayed Thursday, the 18th, at the C
tural Extension Service act. They are sending up neck-like, death of plant branches also causemunity Club House in Apalac
Plants are like people-they lose swaying shoots, then setting a can- alarm.
their shapeliness by over-eating. opy of leaves that are as scraggly Jack Frost's havoc may not show cola.
Most folks have excuses why as a Beatle's wig. up until weeks or months after the The program will be Histori
they have bulged out of shape. But Prepare now to remove the wig- chilling winds have given way to Research of Early Apalachity
plants can't talk. They don't have like growth, since it is more than tropicalbreezes.ity
to. Look at the rain gauge and likely a spring fad that will not If you're not sure of an ailment chairman of this committee, v
you'll discover that the wettest sea- add to the beauty of the hedge. on your plants, it's always a good present the program.
you'll discover that the wettest sea- idea to check the symptoms with Lieutenant Colonel John Sh
son of the century has kept food Lawns with a dull green color idea to check the symptoms with Lieutenant Colonel John S,
in easy reach all winter, will snap to life again with appli- your local plant specialist or coun- wood, U. S. Army, Ret'd., and M
Since plants can't push away cations'of water and fertilizer. Ap- ty agent. Or you may send a plant John Sherwood will participate
from the table as people should, ply about 25 pounds of 6-6-6 fertil- specimen to the Plant Pathology Mrs. Sherwood, writer and nat
then assist them to reduCe their izer per 1,000 square feet of grass. Department, Agricultural Experi- Apalachicolian, will talk on
then assist them to rede their e ment Station, University of Florida, Indian Tribes of the Lower A
waistline. Sprinkle the plant food evenly Gainesville lachicola River Valley from so
Training tender shoots to stay over the lawn, then water in to Gainesvlle. lof her materials that have b(
in line is like chastising a child be- prevent the grass from being burn- Bougainvilleas published, and entitled "Some
cause it is easier to nip wild ac. ed by the fertilizer. It's possible to find some of these the Earliest Residents of Frank
tivities in the bud at an early age Often you can bring the green vines that flower almost any sea- County."
than correcting them when they color back to winter-weary lawns son of the year. But, if your vine Lt Col Sherwood will nrese
become hardened offenders. There- with two tablespoons of iron sul- didn't put on a better show last
fore, you'll find it easier to pinch phate to each gallon of water ap- season than the neighbor's, per-
a bud than to wait and use the plied as a spray. haps you had too heavy a hand in
pruning saw. Spring Fever the fertilizer bag.
Some hedge plants, crazy with Spring bursting out all over is a Bougainvilleas are very sensi-
tive to nitrogen. Too much will
give lush growth but few flowers.
Apply a light application of fer-
tilizer this spring to insure blos-
soms next season.
Another method to force flower-
ing is to cut some of the plant
A beautiful roots. With a garden spade-also
known as an idiot stick make
tribute ... three or four stabs into the ground
around the plant about 24 inches
from the base. This plant torture
S Personalized method works in about 9 cases out
041 OQAN4LP OF ALL e'A ? -Y AT
P.2u a TOCAR;8F/AtI tIIAOCKEP...
1I14- 6O Y6UR VS4D-&S VaIR Xl
in sequence, "Panton, Leslie &. Co."
forerunner of the controversial
Forbes Purchase on which he wrote
his thesis, in 1949, acquiring his
Master's degree in history at Flor-
ida State University.
Mrs. Porter's talk will conclude
the program with a short profile
account on the early "Cotton and
Riverboat-Days on the Trinity of
Rivers,"-The Apalachicola, Chatta-
hoochee and the Flint.
Several from here interested in
the early history of Old St. Jos-
ph's 'Twin City of th Gulf," will ac-
company Mrs. Porter to this meet-
You Can Get Your
Tax Refund In
Savings Bond Chairman for Gulf,
Walter C. Dodson, today reminded
taxpayers that the Treasury De-
partment will once again offer
them the opportunity of taking
income tax refunds in U. S. Sav-
The savings option, introduced
in 1963, is in addition to the two
standard options of taking tax re-
funds in cash or applying them to
next year's tax.
"When a taxpayer elects to take
his refund in Series E Bonds," Mr.
Dodson said, "his money goes to
work immediately on two jobs. It
begins to build his financial secur-
ity. At the same time, it contributes
to our country's economic strength.
"Every dollar invested in U. S.
Savings Bonds makes our economy
stronger and our nation more se-
cure. This is a thought every tax-
paying citizen should keep in mind
when deciding what form he wants
his tax refund to take. Those who
elect the U. S. Savings Bond option
join millions of Americans who are
investing in their country's future
in this way."
Taxpayers taking their 1963 re-
funds in Savings Bonds accounted
for over $19 million in bond sales,
and acquired more than 240,000
individual bonds, Mr. Dodson com-
"When you check the Savings
Bond line on your 1964 tax form,"
Mr. Dodson pointed out, "you auto-
matically assure yourself of two
advantages: You provide yourself
with an easy method of holding on
to your tax refund dollars and a
sure way of making it grow 33-1/3
per cent larger at maturity. All it plus a check for $4.50.
takes is a check mark on Line 21, "I hope even more taxpayers than
Page 1, of Form 1040, or Item 11 last year will take advantage of
of Form 1040A. When your mark is this easy method of buying bonds,"
made, the rest is automatic. For Mr. Dodson said. 'It's the surest
example, if you're entitled to a re- way I know of to make your tax
fund of $42, you'll get a $50 face- refund really mean something to
value Series E Bond (cost $37.50), you."
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION--....-....... 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
MOTEL ST. JOE
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hurlbut, Jr.
We Invite You to Come In and Enjoy Our
Seafoods and Steaks Are Our
Regular Meals Served Daily
Restaurant Open 24 Hours Daily
Sunday until 9 P. M.
Come In and Visit With Us.
Ken and Sherry Hurlbut
PORT ST. JOE, FL(
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Come In and See the New 1965
At time of sadness every
comfort is extremely im-
portant to the immediate
family. We spare no effort
in aiding you with
that lasting and thought-
601 Long Avenue
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$450.00 Down Payment
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Call J. S. MAYFIELD
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965
WATER O o0
it's time for a
ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
A woman can take it just so long. She'll put up
with the water running cold on the second washer-load
for months-even years. Without complaint, she'll
go on worrying about fumes and flames for a long time.
Then a neighbor drops in and brags about the joys
of her new quick-recovery electric water heater
... about the ever-ready supply of hot water ... and
the peace of mind flameless electric brings.
No-wonder.Mom turns green with envy and boils
over But she'll settle down fast if you
switch now. You could save up to $60, tool
SWITCH NOW AND SAVE $25-OR $601
If you switch from flame-type to flameless
electric water heating, as a customer of
Florida Power Corporation, you'll be given an '
ae installation allowance of $25 if your plumbing
contractor receives your order between
February 1st and March 31st. But that's not all!
\ Switch during February or March from flame-type to flamelessl lectric..
WATER HEATER and save .. $25 .
RANGE &OVEN and save .... $25 (
BOTH and save ........ $60
VA Preparing To
St. Petersburg-Melvin T. Dixon,
of the Florida Department of Vet-
irq~ ffAin h~i im trt d
01s nrLe aLirs, w jusT reu CrneIS
IN .from Washington this past week,
announced that the Veterans Ad-
S' ministration is preparing to handle
S i next May's flood of applications
for the reopening of National Serv-
SI ice Life Insurance as provided for
St t p in the bill President Johnson sign-
S .... t g ed into law in October.
More than 3,000,000 veterans
S., with service connected disabilities
Sand an unknown number who, up
School Science Program Keeps Local ic connection nt applied do serin
order to obtain insurance, may now
Students Up To Date in Progress Made be eligible to buy up to $10,000 in
permanent GI insurance coverage.
Science and technology have pro- year to year. In addition, other unknown vet-
gressed rapidly in the past decade Port St. Joe High School now of- service connected may also be able
and scientific advancement con- fers two of these newly developed to purchase up to $10,000 in cover-
tinues to accelerate. Scientific courses, BSCS biology and JSCS age. Dixon said they may be able
knowledge is expected to double in physics. The science teachers have to do this under terms of the new
the next ten years. Much of today's been participating in an evaluation law on or after May 1, 1965 and
technology will then be outdated. of science books for junior high before May 3, 1966.
How then should we teach today's schools. The State Textbook Cor- The VA is planning, before May
children so they will be prepared mittee will use these and other 1, 1965, to mail full details and ap-
to understand and participate in evoluations to help them in select- plication forms to all veterans re-
these advances. ing texts for junior high schools ceiving monthly compensation pay-
Scientists and educators agree throughout the state. The objective ments.
that today's science students must of the committee is to select books Those veterans whose disabili-
learn how to observe and collect and accompanying materials that ties are not service connected, and
information and to use information, provide the best background for who are not drawing compensation,
either collected personally or by the new high school courses. will not be included in this mail-
others, to see relationships and de- The high school has two labora- ing. For these, and for other vet-
velop scientific concepts. This re- stories. The laboratory used for erans who believe they may be elig-
quires that students be given op- chemistry and physics is fairly ade- ible, full explanatory material and
portunity to experiment, gather quate for the needs. However, the application forms will be on hand
data and reason out the meaning biology laboratory is too small and at all Veteran County Service Of-
of their findings, the facilities are poor. The junior fices, VA Regional Offices, and Fla.
Several new science courses for high has no laboratory facilities Dept, of Veterans Affairs Offices
the high school have been design- and the classroom provides little by April 1965.
ed by scientists and educators in space'for individual or small group Dixon stated that no applications
recent years. The cost of develop- work or for storage. However, we can be accepted before May 1, 1965,
ng these courses was paid for by are making use of kits and supplies and because of this, Dixon requests
the National Science Foundation. from the two laboratories to do that no veteran write, phone or
In each of these courses some of some individual and group work call for applications until after
the traditional subject matter has in the junior high school. April 1, 1965.
been eliminated, some has been Another opportunity for individ-
lealt with sparingly, and a consid- ual work is provided by science Marianna. We hope you attended
erable amount of new material fair projects. Students were urged our local science fair.
idded. In each course there is em- to enter projects in the local fair Teachers: Mrs. C. A. Guilford,
phasis on experimentation and ap- which was held March 9 and Jr. High; Mr. James Gunter, Jr.
plication of reasoning to interpret 10 at the Centennial Building. Lo- High; Mr. Hubert White, Jr. High;
information. These high school cal winners, and perhaps others, Mr. James McInnis, Biology; Mr.
:ourses now being taught in a num- will enter their projects in the dis- James Trawick, Chemistry, Physics
ber of schools throughout the trict fair to be held in March at and Physical Science.
country are biology, chemistry and
physics. At present, courses are
being developed for earth science g For Your Convenience
nd for the elementary and junior We Feature These
igh school. Feature These
Some of the material that was Famous Lines of
formerly taught in the high school Qualt Ti
will be included in the junior high Q/ quality Toiletries
ourses and some material now
aught at the junior high level will DANA PERFUMES
e taught in elementary school.DA A PES
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he high school. Materials will be Includes bath powder, per-
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luch repeating of materials from
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ULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE, macists are on hand to serve ...... ,,
Florida National Bank and Faye's your n e e ds expertly and By Mem Company,
rive-In split for two games each quickly. New York
ist week on lanes 1 and 2. Connie
irkland bowled high for the Bank
ith 386. Patsy Patterson added SMITH'S PHARMACY
75. Zela Adams rolled 390 for
aye's and Bennie Hunter had 351.
St. Joe Furniture won four 2 Registered Pharmacists On Duty
ames from St. Joe Laundry on Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
nes 3 and 4. Wynell Burke was
.gh for St. Joe Furniture with
17. She had games of 175-177-136.
ary Brown had 472 with games
160-146-166. Evelyn Smith also
id 472 with games of 152-183-137.
ean Dennis added a fine 437 se- i
es with games of 162-160-125.
renda Perry was high for the
iundry with 463. She had games N O T I( E
165-154-144. Punk Daughtry had
6 with a game of 163.
13 Mile won four games from
edley's Florist on lanes 5 and 6. All 1964 Real Estate and Personal Pro-
nna Ward led 13 Mile with 410
d Maxine Smith had 387. Myra
,dge led Nedley's with 356 and perty Taxes are due to be paid to the
arlotte Nedley had 327.
Comforter's and Glidden split for City of Port St. Joe on or before March
o games each on lanes 7 and 8. ity f Port St. Joe on or before March
is Smith led Comforter's with
3. She had games of 156-171-111.pp
ise Rogers had 431 with a game 31, 1965. Penalties will be applied
se Rogers had 431 with a game
155. Mary Roberts also had a
5 game. Evelyn Murdock bowled after date
gh for Glidden with 443 with a after this date.
ne of 167. Joan Myers had 420
:h a 180 game. Julia Morris had
154 gae CITY of PORT ST JOE
Joe Furniture --- 78 26 f PT J
mforter's ---------69 35
Joe Laundry ----_ 51 53
Mile 51 53 B. WILLIAMS
irida Bank -------- 45 58 B. WILLIAMS
dley's 44% 59%
dden y39 65 City Auditor and Clerk
ye's 38 66
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510 FIFTH STREET
New Books Are
Placed In Library
By Jane Patton, Director
Northwest Regional Library
"Private Pilot's Handbook of the
Weather" by Lt. Col. Gene Guerny
and Capt. Joseph Skierais describes
and illustrates in an extremely able
fashion that phenomena of weather
important to the flyer. Air Masses,
Pressure and Wind, Flying the
Cold Front, Showers and Squalls,
are typical headings of the book's
prize winner cooks, recipes range THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965
from "Chili-Bean Sloppy Joes" to
"Anchovy Bechamel Sauce." automobile in first class running
"The History of Thoroughbred ady YOUr Carf R condition for the spring days ahead
Racing in America" is one of those
definitive works we think of as ummer ure of fun instead of the unpleas-
"magnificent." Whatever the inter-' anne of fn nstead o te uneas-
est in horse racing, associated per- Tallahassee-"Now is the time down."
sonalities, prints or pictures, the to get your car ready for warm Thousands of people who have
book will be rewarding. I "Thousands of people who have
Fi n weather driving to minimize the been holed up at home during our
Fiction chances of a highway mishap," winter will get the desire to hit
"Daily and Sunday" by popular says the Florida Highway Patrol. the pleasure trails when it warms
author Richard Powell is a novel So far Floridians have experienc- up and they should see their
of newspaper power and politics. ed a rather mild winter and the favorite mechanic now and let him
Against the background of newspa- Patrol said "Spring and the in- check over their automobile to see
per tension a search is made for a crease of automobiles on our high- if it is really ready for the road,"
publisher to replace one brilliant ways are both just around the Kirkman said.
but recently deceased. In one week corner." A few minor corrections now of
_h hnbarl cnnsiders the ros and.
'The New Landscape in Art and ... .
Science" by Gyorgy Kepes is per- cons of independent conscience and
Kepe chain influences. Drama and human
haps one of the greatest potentials chain influences. Drama and human
for enrichment of our personal values make for high interest level.
for enrichment of our personal n M S
aesthetic appreciations in the i- "Raymond and Me That Summer"
brary. Author and artist Kepes by Dick Perry is a real charmer to
seeks to reconcile by images and us. For anyone remembering his
seekmbols the rational understanding childhood when chipped ice from
of our world with the emotional, the ice wagon and free street car
of.o..wr.dwi..h em narides on Sunday and trips to the
that knowledge vested in sensory rides on Sunday and trips to the
images and feelings. The ignifi- public library were all roads to en-
chantment and enriched living this
chance of everyday sights becomes chantmen and enriched living this
thriving and inspiring even will read like a breath of fresh air
thrillig and ispiri even wth after the appression of sociological
casual perusal of the book.
and political tales of violence and
'Study Successfully" and "How morbid attitudes.
You Can Be a Better Student" are
two recent additions proving to be
of help to adult as well as youthful
"The Spice Cookbook" by Misses
Day and Stuckey is a charming and
complete survey of spices, their
origins, significance, and use in
recipes. For beginning and veteran
Should Take Note
John V. Carey, Social Security
District Manager in Panama City,
in reviewing a recent amendment
to the disability provisions of the
Social Security law, today stated
that.the new law highlights one of
the goals of his office-that of in-
forming all disabled workers in
the Panama City area of their
rights under the Social Security
disability insurance program.
The 1964 change removes a tech-
nical provision which, starting in
July 1962, has limited the begin-
ning of a disability for benefit
purposes to a period of not more
than 18 months before the date the
application is filed, Carey explain-
ed. Many disabled workers who
filed too long after the beginning
of their disabilities had their ap-
plications denied or benefits reduc-
ed by this provision. Now, how-
ever, an application may serve to
set up the beginning of a disabil-
ity as far back as October 1941.
Carey went on to say that in ad-
dition to those affected by the new
provisions, he is sure there are
many persons who could have been
receiving disability right along but
who just haven't applied for such
benefits. There can be several reas-
ons for this: some, because of the
etxent of their incapacity or illness,
are unable to act on their own be-
helf and do not have others who
could act for them. Some think
you must be completely helpless to
qualify; and there are still others
who feel you can never return to
work once you have begun receiv-
ing Social Security disability bene-
"It is unfortunate," Carey con-
cluded, "that many of these disabl-
ed people are losing or risking the
loss of cash benefits just when they
could use them most. This is why
it is so important for the disabled
worker, or someone on his behalf,
to get in touch with the Social Se-
curity Administration whenever
there islany question as to just how
he stands under the disability pro-
visions of the law."
The Social Security office for
this area is located at 1135 Har-
rison Ave., Panama City. The tele-
phone number is 763-5331.
Helpful household hints and recipes
from Mrs. Marjorie Hartman
Home Service Adviser
n rAx-PAnW. wvrSoR-owOo t1cn1wc coupw
'The Slender Reed" by Noel Ger-
son reveals President James Polk
as one o four most brilliant presi-
dents. As law student and poli-
tician he was considered outstand-
ing, becoming governor of Tennes-
see and having for his idols An-
drew Jackson and Jefferson: Au-
thor Gerson is a favorite author for
those who enjoy historical novels.
Midget Investments That Yield
Warmer days will mean an extra any mechanical defects that may
number of week-end pleasure seek- have developed during the winter
ers on the highways of the state months can make your automobile
and those cars will add to the con- much safer for the road and save
fusion on roads that are already possible injury or death.
over-taxed with traffic. "The year 1965, so far, has been
"One of the safest things to do less deadly than the first two
right now," declares Colonel H. N. months of 1964. Let's try and
Kirkman, Commander of the Flor- keep it that way," said the Com-
ida Highway Patrol, "is to get your mander.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .....-------.. 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER SERVTCE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
\ _____________ ______
Pate's Service Center
I2 I Moumn Ave Phn 229-1291
- ---- ---- I I
123 915 Monum~ent Ave.
On Distress Call
SP yOu frame
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
S 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
re-filled. There are too many
half-filled bottles in medicine
chests,mute testimony thatYOU
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.
Buzzelt's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
817 Williams Ave.
Role of Adult and
Explained to Rotary
CROWD DRAWN BY MONEY
Pictured above is part of the crowd of people who gathered at
Rich's Super Market Saturday afternoon to receive a prize of $85.00
awarded by the super market. The cash prize is a weekly attraction
at the market.
Mrs. Griffin Hostess
To Lula Rawls Circle
The Lula Rawls Circle of the W.
S. C. S. met with Mrs. H. W. Grif-
fin with nine members present.
As the members arrived the hos-
tess served delicious apple pie and
Russian tea. Mrs. Louise Tompson,
the chairman, presided over the
Mrs. Susie Chason opened the
meeting with prayer. The program
chairman, Mrs. Calla Parrott, with
Mrs. Susie Chason taking part,
brought an inspiring program. The
subject, "The Bible and Life With-
The purpose of this study was to
learn how to read the Bible and
find a deeper meaning for our
lives in a troubled world.
Social Service report was taken
and the meeting was dismissed with
W. S. C. S. benediction.
ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS OF
THE FIRST BAPTIST W. M. U.
Mel Emmelhainz, area director of Our Mission Study chairman, Mrs.
the Vocational Industrial Depart- C. Byron Smith, is issuing a plea
ment of, the State Department of to each member to read at least
Education, was the-speaker for' the one mission book in the next quar-
Rotary Club meeting last Thursday ter beginning April 1st. This is re-
at the Motel St. Joe. quired reading in order to make
Emmelhainz told the Rotarians our report to the Association. This
of the hole of his department in, will take place of teaching a book
preparing boys who do not plan to in the third quarter.
enter college after high school and Each circle will be given mission
adults who never received high books to read during this period,
school education, in preparing so Jet's all get the habit of reading
themselves to get and hold jobs. mission books.
The speaker stated that Florida's
rgruwing economy requires more .
trained people to fill the jobs made h ir n
necessary,by a growing economy C aiUrge
and population. The ordinary seiv- C Ip
ice jobs, such as those taught in Ooperaion n
vocational education grow in de-
mand as well as the more technical Cancr' Program
professions. The speaker said that
the state will grow only in propor- Mr. Robert G. Vervaeke, Crusade
tion to the state's ability to pro- Chairman, and Mrs. Paul Fensom,
vide the necessary trained work- House-to-House Chairman, of the
men. Gulf County Unit of the American
The population in Florida and Cancer Society, make, a special ap-
the nation is largest in those under peal for volunteers, to conduct the
25 and those considered as being Society's 1965 "Tell Your Neigh-
close to retirement age. This makes bor' 'cancer program which will
adult education and vocational edu- begin March 29th.
cation more important to provide a They estimated that to conduct
labor force from. that largest part a successful educational and fund-
of our population. Furthermore, the raising Crusade against Cancer in
population is increasing faster in Gulf County, a minimum of 150
the untrained and retired ages than volunteers will be needed.
it is in the trained,,working ages. "There are a great many jobs
It is a startling fact in these that need to be done right now. We
times to learn that over one-half must organize for the Crusade if
of the adult males in the U. S., 25 we are to be successful in our all-
years of age and over have not out attack on cancer in April," Mr.
completed high school, and are Vervaeke said. "The yare interest-
therefore considered unfit for em- ing and rewarding jobs. They can
ployment by much industry today. help save lives."
The role of the adult education and, Last year the Society enrolled
vocation department, then, is to 150 volunteers in Gulf County.
provide the training that will make The Chairman urged al Ithose
the prime labor force a usable interested in volunteering "in the
product. vital effort to save lives from can-
Guests of the club were Gene cer" to call 227-5441 or 227-5661.
Austin of Apalachicola and Marion Mr. Vervaeke said, "Wei have a
Craig of Port St. Joe. real challenge. In the United States
S______ alone some 92,000 men, women and
WHITE CITY BAPTIST YOUTH children will die of cancer in 1965
WHITE CITY BAPTIST YOUTH -
FILL PLACES OF SERVICE because, their cancer,was not de-
FILL PLACES OF SERVICE tested early enough and properly
Sunday was certainly a big day treated. While we are presently
for all at White City Baptist Church saving only, one in three personss
when the youth filled places of who develop cancer, we could be
service. Sunday school attendance saving on. in two:.
was good with 147 visits recorded. "This is where the 'Tell Your
during the week, 98 of them com- Neighbor' .aspect of our program
ing from the Intermediate depart- comes in. We want to get every
ment. adult to a doctor at least' once a
Youth Week pastor was Herbert year for a thorough health check-
"Smitty" Smith, ably assisted in the up. We want every adult to know
morning service by Charlotte Wil- Cancer's Seven Danger Signals.
liams as music director and Sharon The Chairman said that the sec-
Davis at the piano. Billy Antley was ond part of the April Crusade is
Sunday School superintendent; Don raising funds for research, educa-
nie Jamison was Training Union tion, and service. "Research," he
director. David Horton led singing said, "is most important. Only the
for the evening service and intro- results of future research can save
duced the four speakers, Donnie over half of those who now develop
Jamison, Rita Rasmussen, Sharon cancer. But gains are being made
Davis and Billy. Antley. Certainly in this direction every day in lab-
all who listened were inspired to a oratories throughout the country."
closer walk with God. He added that the success of the
To the youth of White City Bap- campaign would depend, on the
tist Church, a hearty "thank you" volunteers and "we feel certain
for each service done in the name, that they will accept this Teal life-
* of Christ. '. :saving challenge: .:.' '' i
Fishing Film Is
A fine film of Florida fishing
was presented to the Kiwanis at
their regular meeting Tuesday of
this week. The film, produced by
the Mercury motor company, was
presented by Kiwanian Charles
The theme of the film was Flor-
ida-the Fishingest State in the
Guests of the club were Keyettes
Barbara Martin and Connie Jack-
son, Key Clubbers Bob Craig and
Norton Kilbourn, Jack Jackson of
Panama City and Vern Dozier of
Club 22 of Melody Rebekah Lodge
of Port St. Joe held their monthly
meeting on Monday, March 15 ,at
Mrs. Lois Daniel's home. The club
decided to hold a bake sale in front
of Thames Jewelry Store on April
17, beginning at 10:00. Plans for a
formal reception for Mrs. Flora
Long were also discussed. The meet-
ing was adjourned.and delicious re-
freshments were served.
Baptist Circle Meets
With Mrs. Campbell
Circle No 4 of the First Baptist
Church met Monday, March 16, in
the home of Mrs. J. T. Campbell
for their monthly circle program.
The meeting was opened for old
and new' business. After the busi-
ness session Mrs. Davis opened the
program with scripture, Prov. 31-
20-10-31, and special prayer by
Mrs. Holliday. Mrs. Davis, program
chairman, rendered a very inter-
esting program, Assuming Per-
sonal Responsibility, was brought
by Mrs. Holliday, Mrs. Durant, Mrs.
Wilder, Mrs. Campbell. The meet-
ing was closed by prayer by Mrs.
Ward. Hostess served refreshments
to the eight members present.
DINE AND DANCE
Apalachicola Across the Bridge
Seafood and Steaks Our Specialty
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 9 A. M. to 12
Friday and Saturday 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 A. M.
For Party Appointments Phone 670-9121
A call for help by radio pick(
up by the St. Joe Tower of t]
Florida Forest Service at Whi
City Sunday afternoon spurred
county-wide search for a man ar
his wife reported to be trapped
an overturned car on a dirt roa
The call, picked up on a citize:
band radio said that the coup
didn't know where they were.
A search of county roads
Gulf County Civil Defense peop
and the Gulf County Sheriff's D
apartment failed to locate the r
ported accident. According to De
uty She'riff Wayne White, evei
road in the county was covered
search of the car and its occupant
The man gave his call letters
KDI-4000 which belonged to a ma
from Fort Walton. A check wit
the Okaloosa County Sheriff's D
apartment failed to verify that an
one was missing from that count
The search was called off Mo
day morning when a thorough
search failed to turn up the vel
The regular meeting of the Po
St. Joe City Commission schedule
for next Tuesday, March 16 wi
not be held on this night. The mee
ing scheduled for March 16 wi
be held on Tuesday, March 23.
The meeting will be held at th
City Hall at 8:00 p.m.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
City Audithor and Clerk
As of March 18, I will not b
responsible for debts made by an:
one other than those approved pe
sonally by me.
ROY PEAK 4tp-3-1
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given of inter
to apply to the 1965 Session of th
Florida Legislature for the passage
of an 'act relating to the distribi
tion of the race track funds accr
ing to Gulf County for the re-all
cation of said distribution to pr
vide for a larger apportionment 1
the Board of Public Instruction
Gulf County, Florida, and repea
ing any laws in conflict therewit
and providing for an effective
BEN C. WILLIAMS,
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given of inter
to apply to the 1965 Session of th
Florida Legislature for an act at
thorizing the Board of Public Ir
struction of Gulf County, Flordi
to issue revenue debentures or ce
tificates of indebtedness for th
purpose of providing new class
rooms and other facilities, alter,
tions and additions to the existing
school plant, and the refunding o
the outstanding bonded indebted
ness of the Board of Public Instru(
tion of Gulf County, Florida; an
providing for the payment of suc
new classrooms, facilities, addition
and alterations and refunding o
existing bonds solely from rac
track funds accruing to Gulf Cour
ty, Florida; and providing an e:
BEN C. WILLIAMS
Jayceettes Meet At ;
St. Joe Motel
The regular monthly meeting of
the Jayceettes was held at the St.
Joe Motel Monday, March 15th, with
Mrs. Ann Mitchell and Mrs: Dot
Pippin acting as hostesses. .
Second Lt. Engle L. Hal lof Tyn,
dall AFB gave an informative piro-
grom on the "History of Hindooism,
Money-making projects were dis-
cussed and the president, Mr :
Gladys Brown, asked that all mem-
bers get their dues paid.
Garden Club Is
Planning Flower Show
THE STAR,.Port St. Joe, Flai
Fire Department Fetes
Families With Burgers
SMembers of the Port St. Joe Vol-
unteer Fire Department honored
their families Monday evening at
ap outdoor hamburger supper. The
supper was prepared by depart-
n~ntt, members at the Centennial
Fo' teen firemen and their fam-
ilies' yPere present for the affair.
:BE AFE o--- YO-U
BJE 5AFE OA1 YOuR
THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965
Brother of Local Man
Is Taken By Death
B. D. Harvey, age 75 of Jakin,
Ga., passed away in a Donalson-
ville Hospital Sunday after a long
He is survived by two brothers,
Harris G. Harvey, Port St. Joe and
J.'Q. Harvey of Jakin, Ga. Three
sisters, Mrs. Winnie Hudson of Ja-
kin, Ga., Miss Dot Harvey, of Jakin
ard Mrs. Hubert Dodd of Forsyth,
Funeral services were held Mon-
day at 2:00 p.m. from the Jakin
Freewill Baptist Church with ev,.
Chester Pelt officiating. Burial
was in Open Pond Cemetery.
The Port St. Joe Garden Club ha Active pallbearers were Graham
set April 10 and 11 as dates for.a I, l -Harvey, Joe Harvey, Wallace lar-
flower show to be held in the Cern- vey, Quentin Ivey, Billy Harvey and
tennial Building. '"i. l./. Rushy Scott.
The event, open to the public ----
from 2 to 8 p. m. Saturday; April, ATTENTION ALL SOFTBALLERS
10, and from 1 to 5 p. m. Sunday, There will be a meeting Tuesday
April 11, will be the first sh&wV'ti'4 // evening, March 23, at the St. Joe
club has had in several years, -- t Motel for the purpose of electing
The theme of the show will be' officers and making plans for the,
Easter Parade and will feature t'.o' r / e coming softball season.
divisions: Horticulture and Artis E ... Everyone interested in eith r
tic Designs. eM..AN aa r / O L AO playing or sponsoring a team Is
Admission to the show will be a urged to attend. Be sure to tell all
silver offering. O your friends so we will have a big
A complete schedule can be turnout. The time for the meeting
found elsewhere in this paper. ,SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR is 6:30 P. M.
le FOR SALE: Clean 2 bedroom house FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- PERSON WANTED to supply Raw-
u- with garage and deep well. Lo- ment, downstairs. 509 10th St. leigh products to consumers in
u- cated at Howard Creek. Good hunt- Woodrow Shoots, 615 Garrison. ip Gulf County or Port St. Joe. oGod
o- ing and fishing. Call 785-7881, Pan- time to start. Write Rawleigh FA-
o- ama City. 2tp-3418 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom cottage, B 100 28, Memphis, Tenn. 2tp
to furnished, at Beach. 2 bedroom
of FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2 duplex, unfurnished, in city. See INCOME TAX SERVICE: Other
l- full baths, breezeway, garage,Smith's Pharmacy, Phone 7-5111. tax work also. BRVICE: Other
h big storage house in back Mrs: FOR RENT: New, 1 bedroom fur- vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs.
ve Mayfield, 227-4721 or 229-4791. 2p nished house with large porch. C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. lltc-1-14
On St. Joe Beach. $55.00 month.
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom mason- Call 648-3472. tfc-2-11
ry home. Take up payments. In LOWER TAX RATES
White City. Call 227-7998. Itp FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished Changes in deductions. You
apartment. 1503 Monument Ave. need -help?
FOR SALE: Property at White City Cal, 227-7816. tfc-2-18 INCOME 11AX SERVICE
It Contact Grover Holland at Flori J. D. Clark '1017 Long Ave
e ida National Bank for information. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- 24 Years Experience
e ida National Bank ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone
u- 227-8642. tfe-12-17 MOVING?
n- FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel 2278642 tfc-12-17 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
a, ling at Oak Grove. Citizens' Fed- FOR RENT: Business property on Cmanis as near as your telephone.
r- eral Savings and Loan Association. Highway 98. With living quarters ANCE GENY22 ADDISONINSUfro
ie connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 s CE AGENCY, across from the
- FOR SALE: Three bedroom huse.Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
a-FOR SALE: Three b bedroom house. FOR SALE: 17' Higgins Runabout. tance Moving. Free Estimates.
a- Hardwood floors, built in electric
g appliances, built in heating system, 130 hp Chrysler, fast 22' Trojan
f inkfene.2 y s old half cabin with cockpit controls. HELP WANTED: Person wanted
d- information call 227-8341. tfc-22 150 hp Ihterceptor. Fast 22'x9' to supply Rawleigh products to
c- Houseboat, sleeps 4, shower, toilet, consumers in Gulf County or part
id galley, dinette. Forward controls, St. Joe. Good time to start. Write
h FOR SALE: 1963 Honda 50 motor- for outboard. Sawyer Boat Works. Rawleigh FAB 100 28, Memphis,
as cycle. Like new condition. Com- Phr,ne 653-4891, Apalachicola, Fla. Tenn. 3p30
f pletely rebuilt. $250.00. Phone 227- 3tp-3-18 tp-3-10
:e 4611 or see Bob Ellzey. HELP WANTED: Part time or full
n- ,-FOR SALE: 2% horse Evinrude time salesman for Fuller Brush
f- FOR SALE: 6 room house, hot and outboard. Fai shape. Reason- in Gulf and Franklin County. Call
cold water, 2 car shed, wash shed able. Call 229-4556. Itp 653-6792 in Apalachicola. 2tc-3-18
on beautiful landscaped lot, 50x150 R AAE c ,-ua 2
all fenced. 150 off highway 98: FOR SALE: Renault Dauphine, 19- MALE HELP WANTED: Part time
Will have new bridge across' bay 66 monde n Clean, low mileage salesman. Make 1965 your most
in 1965. Will sell for cash lessGood condition, L. C. Carter, St. prosperous year. Sell ABC fence
than the price of a good trailer oe Beach. 2tc-3-11 Industry life-time chain link fence;
house. See at 68 18th St., P, O.. .R SALE: 1955 Cadillac in excel- paneled vent steel picket fence,
Box 683, Apalachicola, 4tp.I-34 Ient condition. Radio, heater air panel vent privacy fence, paneled
tI..4'tiditioned, all power. Going ov- weave decorative stripping and
HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house' erseas. Must sell. See at St. Joe many other items. Earn $100.00
bedrooms, 1 baths, carportctAuto Parts or call 227-2141 or 227- per week and up-up-up in your
chain link fence, built-in kitcheni' : 21 Dick Lamberson. spare time. No investment requir-
wall to wall carpeting, glass shot- ed. No experience necessary. We
er doors in bath room, new gas' train you. Men needed in Port St.
heater. In excellent condition. HUTCHINS MOTORS Joe, Wilma, Orange, Hosford, We-
,$1,000 down payment. 108 West- ,.: SPECIALS wahitchka, and all towns within a
cott Circle or call 229-3291.' '61 OLDS 88, 4-dr. hardtop, low 50 mile radius. Write Jack W. Tho-
mileage, one owner, air condition- mas, ABC Fence Industries (largest
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom ed. independent retailer of chain link
masonry home. Located on Mar- '61 CHEVROLET Belair, 4-dr., 6 fence in USA) P. O. Box 4236, Mo-
vin Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5 cylinder, stick shift, real nice. bile, Alabama. 2tp
'63 FORD Galaxie, 4 door, V-8
FOR SALE: Large mobile home Fordomatic, radio, heater. FOR THE BEST place to buy, sell,
lots at Mexico Beach on canal. SALES SERVICE rent or trade. See Elizabeth W.i
Stop paying rent. Own your own. Authorized Rambler Dealer Thompson, Mgr., Emerson Sweat,'
Only $13.15 cash and $13.15 mo. Realtor, Mexico Beach Branch Of-
Less than rent. R. L. Fortner, at GOOD USED TV's, Good selection. fice, 19th St., and Hwy. 98. Phone'
*phone 648-3241. tfc-1-21 From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra- 648-4545. tfc-3-
dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone
FOR SALE: 3 or 4 lots, about 50 227-4081. tfc 12-17 WOOD WORKS-Screen door
x150, facing county road, onP picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
Dead Lakes ,near Stokes fish camp. PUBLIC sinks made to order. P. G. Harti
Each lot $10 down, balance $10 PUBL NOCE Phone 648-4223. tc-13
month with no interest. Address Damaged in shipment, 3 zig-zag P 4
C. F. Hanlon, P. Box 446, We- sewing machines. $32.50 or pay- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 16i;
wahitchka. 2tc ment of $1.25. Write P. O. Box 308, THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet -
Port St. Joe. 8tc-3-18 ing second and fourth Tuwdany
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, liv- nights, 8:00 p.m. American Jl4CTn
ing room, dining room, kitchen, TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex- Home.
1% baths, brick veneer. Corner perience. Office in Dalkeith.
McClellan and 16th St. Call 229- For ,appointment call Wewa 639- R.A.M.Regular convocation on St.
1671. Itp 2415, R. L. Capps. pd-4-15 Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.LA.M.;
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
FOR SALE: A beautiful lot, 75x NEW SPRING SAMPLES JUST IN: companions welcome.
100 ft. About 150 feet from free' Famous name made-to-your mea- THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest <
boat landing in Meeks Subdivision sure suits, sport coats, trousers, EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
on North side of Dead Lakes. 1 uniforms, etc. Moderately priced.
mile from Wewahitchka. No city Call Glenn Boyles or James Han- THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
taxes. Cheap. For cash. Write P. lon, BOYLES Men and Boys Store, munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
O. Box 683, Apalachicola. 3tp-10 Phone 227-421. Will accept evening No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
appointments. Call 648-4600. and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE or RENT: Large (over '
1200 sq. ft.) house on St. Joe WANTED TOO BUY: Good used
Beach. Has 3 bedrooms, spacious furniture. Call us for highest
living room, dining room and kit- prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
chen. A beautiful house. J. D. ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfc
Clark. Phone 227-7771. tfc-3-10 BILL J. RICH, W. M.
lark. None 2 1. fi F'LOOR SANDING and Finishing, H. L. BURGE, Secretary
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished inlaid linoleum, tile, hardwood
house near Elementary School and terrazzo. All work guaranteed. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
on 9th Street. Call 229-4571. Itc Free Estimates. Port St. Joe Floor every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
SFinishing Co., J. D. Call. a Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- FSt. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3666 for
ed first floor apartment.: Phone SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call further information or write P. 0.
227-7761. tfc-1-28 Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097 Box 535.
Use The Classified
NOW IN NEW 'LOCATION
Corner 3rd and Williams -:Across from Rich's Super Market
OPEN 24 HOURS EACH DAY
;: DAYS A WEEK
Finished 'Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service
Alterations and 'Repair Work
For Laundry and Dry leaning Pick-up Service
We are stocking in the same building NEW Factory
Seconds in all sizes for Men and Boys. We stock: Work
Shirts, long and short sleeve; Work Pants; Semi-Dress
Pants; White Dress Shirts, long and short sleeve, and
Colored Shirts, long and short sleeve. These Shirts and
Pants are Nationally Known Brands with the labels cut
out, and we are selling for 1/3 the Regular Retail Price.
Come by and look the mover. All of the above is Ameri-
We Invite All Our Friends and Customers to Come By
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