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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 NUMBER 28
State Adjutant Speaks To 'Legion Post
Pictured above, left to right, is John T. Simpson, commander of
Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, American Legion, Major General Henry W.
McMullen, Adjutant General of the State of Florida and Senator
George G. Tapper. McMullen spoke to the Legion last Tuesday at
a fish fry dinner. Tapper acted as Mahter of Ceremonies.
Free Cancer Film Will Be Shown for Women
"Time and Two Women," and
"Breast SelfoExamination," two
movies sponsored by the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, will be shown
at the Port Theater on April 1, at
2 p. m. All women age 16 and
up are urged to attend. These
movies explain the means of de-
tection of the two types of can-
cer.which most commonly strike
women. Knowledge of the symp-
toms and examinations can sa've
lives. Women of the commun-
ity, we urge you to attend.
SAp1ins fori the Florida National
Bti k's new building at Monument
irst Co ntrats ignd Avelue and Sixth Street are ex-
pected to be completed and the
in Mill Expansion contract put out for bids within
Ithe next mpnth.
Contracts have been signed for Walter Dodson, bank president,
more than millionn in equipment told The Star that the architects,
for the St. Joe Paper Company's Saxelbye and Powell of Jackson-
new bleached pulp plant, Tom S. ville; have advised him that they
Coldewey, vice president of the are well along on the design of
company has announced. the new building and interior lay-
All of this is equipment which out. Test borings of the site' have
must be fabricated to specification been made and this information is
'and therefore takes a long.deliverv being incorporated' into the. speci-
"ttrfe, In this case -rol "eight to 14 fications foir'the foundations.
months. According to Mr. Dodson, the .St.
The largest piece of equipment, Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
both in size and cost, is the contin- Company, which now owns the land
uous digester in which wood chips on which the new bank: is to be
will be converted continuously into built, will sell it to 'the bank as a
pulp. When completed and erected part of a transaction in which -the
at the site, it will be a cylindrical telephone company will take Qover
'steel column 15 Teet in diameter all of the present bank building.
and with 'supports will stand 180 The price for the land, located on
:feet high, making it the second the West side 'of Monument Ave-
'tallest object at the mill (the stack nue between 5th and 6th Streets
is 250 feet high). is $75,000.
The entire unit, in place, will The- twin :rhoves have been in
'cost over $1 million. It will be the planning for several years, he
manufactured and assemble.1 by explained. Originally it had been
.Kamyr, Inc., of Hudson Falls, N. Y. thought that the telephone com-
The other long-delivery equip- pany would occupy !the Monument
-ment for which contracts have re- Avenue site when it had outgrown
cently been signed will be supplied its present quarters on the second
Tby the Improved Paper- Machinery floor of the bank. However, Mr.
kCompany of Nashua, N. H. This Dodson said, this turned 'out to be
consists of the critical pieces for impractical because of the difficul-
'the bleach plant. ty and expense that 'would be in-
Design work is continuing 'to 'v6lved in .~tempting to relocate
nmove ahead, Mr. GColdewey said, ithe IteleUlone company's (elaborate
and preliminary work is under way wiring and equipment.
on .site :clearing and rearranging This xmeansthat it was -the 'bank
equipment to fit the new project. that would have to move, he said,
Two contractors, Brock and 'Blev-- and :he Adecision to do :this this
ins and Kalamazoo Tank and Tile, year was based, among 'other
are already at work in the mill, .things, on the pressing need of the
the former on site clearing and the 'telephone company for:more space.
latter con xelining :a .precipitator Once the bank has its new build-
used in the recovery of chemicals. ing, sometime this fall, the tele-
The entire project is scheduled -for :phone company can .expand into
completion before the end of 1966. (Continued On Page '12)
FSU Archaeological Department Sets
Dates for Excavation Activities At Point
On March 23, Dr. Hale G. Smith, been established as pre-dating 1650.
head of the School of Anthropology It is thought the site may even
and Archaeoloyv at FSU confirmed pre-date St. Augustine and the ex-
plans for the school to conduct an
archaeological excavation of the
"Old Spanish Site" located on St.
Joseph Peninsula. The excavation
is scheduled for June 21 through
This site was discovered about
two years ago by members of the
St. Joseph Historical Society. Many
artifacts and an abundance of
Spanish tile has been picked up on
the surface. These artifacts have
Benefit Ball Game
A benefit basketball game will
be played next Wednesday after-
noon at 2:15 p.m. in the High
Competitors in the game will be
the Senior basketball participants
and next year's team,
Admission will be 20e for stu-
dents and 50e for adults. All pro-
ceeds will go to the Gulf County
Chapter, American Cancer Society.
cavation will tell the story.
The Gulf County Historical Com-
mission is sponsoring this archaeo-
logical excavation. Mrs. Ned S. Por-
ter, chairman of the Commission,
has named Charles B. Smith, coun-
ty historian, as chairman of the
In conjunction with the excava-
tion, the St. Joseph Historical So-
ciety is sponsoring a course in field
work in Anthropology, to be taught
by Dr. Smith during the excavation
program. This sponsorship is being
worked in close harmony and co-
operation with the Gulf County
School system. Those interested in
taking the course should contact
county supervisor, Hubert Richards
or Mrs. Charles Browne, president
of the St. Joseph Historical So-
Marion 0. Cooper
Taken by Death
Marion O. Cooper, age 72, passed
away March 21 at the Port St. Joe
Municipal Hospital after a week's
confinement there. He was a long
time resident of Port St. Joe.
Cooper is survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Eunice M. Griffin
of St. Joe Beach, Mrs. Dora Lee
Beltz, Pontiac, Mich., and Mrs.
Claudie Lee Oliver of Chattahoo-
chee; four sons, Herman of Texas,
Bobbie of Apalachicola, Billy of
West Palm Beach and A. R. of
Panama City and 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Wed-
nesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from
the Highland View Assembly of
God Church, conducted by Rev. W.
G. Mizelle, Burial was in the fam-
ily plot at Magnolia Cemetery in
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Cecil H. Segars
Dies In Hospital
Cecil H. Segars of St. Joe. Beach,
:age 48, passed away in a New Or-
leans, La., hospital Tuesday, March
22. He had been a resident in this
Phone Company Will
Purchase Bank Building
.The St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company is purchasing
the Florida National Bank building
and plans to take over the entire
building when the bank moves to
its new quarters late next year,,it
was announced by B. R. Gibson,
Jr., Vice-President of the telephone
This move, which follows the
bank's decision to build a new and
larger building at another location,
was dictated by the telephone com-
pany's pressing need for more
space, Mr. Gibson said. The tele-
phone company has already out-
grown the limited space it now oc-
cupies on the .second floor of the
Mr. Gibson said that the com-
pany needs additional space for
-the efficient :operation :of its com-
plex of equipment, including the
local dial central office, microwave
radio long distance facilities, toll
-center arid 'associated switching
.equipment, expansion of the mo-
bile telephone system, and the in-
-stallation of computers to handle
toll rating and billing, local service
billing, and customer statements.
There is also a -need ,he said, to
provide adequate space for future
growth, as well as for the eventual
installation of .direct -long distance
The phone .company now has
.more -than 8,000 :subscribers and,
since 1961, .this number has been
growing at a rate of eight to ten
per cent a year, Mr. Gibson said.
:Service -is .provided .over an area
that stretches from Tyndall Air
Force Base on the west to Carra-
bhelle on the east and Chattahoo-
(Continued -On Page 12)
County Board Gets Close To
Courthouse Site Selection
For all practical purposes, Gulf County now has a site
for its new courthouse, after action by the County Commis-
sion Tuesday night. Specifications in a call for bids for pro-
perty can only be met by one parcel of land within the City
limits of Port St. Joe, where the new courthouse must be
As the result of a meeting with
representatives of the St. Joe Pa- Commissioner Horton then mov-
per Company last 'Friday, the ed that the Board ask for bids on
Board had offers to sell on four a parcel of land of not less than
pieces of property within the City 40 acres for the courthouse site.
of Port St. Joe and one parcel just Commissioner Kennedy then told
outside the city limits. The Coun- Horton that he hoped he knew
ty Board decided not to even con- what he was moving, as he just
sider that parcel outside the City selected the courthouse site, as
limits, only one of the parcels of land of-
Offered to the Board was the old fered could meet the specifications.
trailer park site on the Southwest Commissioner Whitfield second-
corner of Garrison and Highway 71 ed Horton's motion and the Chair-
a total of 5.3 acres at $93,000; the man voted with the motion leaving
property directly across Garrison Graham and Kennedy to oppose
from the' trailer park site, 3.48 Horton's move.
acres at $104,000 and the area Bids are to be returned to the
across Highway 71 from Forrest Commission at their April 13 meet-
Park between Garrison and Wood- ing.
ward Avenue, a total of 7.3 acres ,
at $29,200 and a fourth site, 43.8
acres located between Knowles Health Doctor Makes
Avenue and the East city limits fac-
ing on Highway 71 across from the Application To Board
City Warehouse, for $84,000.
The Board couldn't make up its Highlights of other actions by
mind which site to select when at- the County Commission Tuesday.
torney William J. Rish reminded night are as follows:
the Board they must still ask for Dr. John Harland Paul' applied
bids on the purchase, for the position as County Health
Commissioner Kennedy moved to Officer to fill the vacancy left by
table the matter for further study the resignation of Dr. Willa Dean
and Commissioner Graham said he Lowery. Dr. Paul has the approval
thought the Board should go in- of the State Board of Health to
spect the sites offered before de- serve in this capacity. Chairman
ciding. At the vote on Kennedy's McDaniel asked Dr. Paul to enter
motion, Kennedy and Graham vot- his application in writing to the
ed aye with Whitfield, Horton and Board and to apply to the Franklin
Chairman McDaniell voting.no. County Board, who cooperates with
Gulf County in operation of the
health department medical ser-
Bids were opened to furnish
tires for use by the County road
department. Bids were offered on
new tires by Pate's Service Center,
Goodyear Service Store of Panama
City, and Wewa Hardware. Recap
prices were offered by Pate', and
Sportsman's Service Station of We-
wahitchka. All prices were identi-
cal, since the County can buy tires
at state prices, which are regulated
by the State., The Board awarded
Pate and Wewa Hardware an equal
share of the tire business and Pate
and Sportsman's Service Station an
equal share of the recap business.
Clerk George Y. Core reminded
the Board Tuesday that money set
up for welfare purposes was being
depleted faster than scheduled. He
said names were being added to
the indigent rolls faster than they
were being taken off. At present,
the expenditures are $160.00 per
month above the budgeted aver-
Free fill dirt was offered to the
County by Commissioner T. D.
Whitfield out of an old borrow pit
on his property for use in that
area of the county. Commissioner
Leo Kennedy said -that the dirt had
already been used before the
agreement was.executed. He made
a motion that no more free dirt be
accepted free until a save harmless
agreement was executed by the -
county. The motion carried unani-
A resolution was presented, to
the county by W. C. Roche, presi-
(Continued On Page 12)
Gen. Burns Speaks o Lions
The Port St. Joe Lions received .ug
a first-hand instruction of the du-
ties of the. Air Defense Command -'
at the meeting Monday of this
week. The speaker for the program
was General Robert Burns of Tyn-
dlall Air Force Base, Commander of 5
the ADC in this area of the U. S.
General Burns explained, with bIH" --- ..
area for two years, moving here the aid of slides, the operation of
from Panama City. He was born in the ADC both on the ground and in
Bonifay and was a veteran of World
War II. Segars was employed as a
tug boat pilot.
Segars is survived by his wife,
Frances, of St. Joe Beach; parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Segars of Pan-
ama City; five sons, Cecil S., Gerald
and Michael, all of Port St. Joe,
Charles of Panama City and Thomas
of Anniston, Ala.; two daughters,
Wanda and Dianne, of Port St. Joe;
two brothers, three sisters and one
Funeral services will be held to-
day at 10:00 a. m. from the High-
land View Baptist Church with the
Rev. Harry Powell, pastor, officiat-
ing. Burial will be in Holly Hill
Active pallbearers will be Henry
Butts, Carl Raffield, Gene Raffield,
P. T. McCormick, Albert Thomas
and Fennon Talley.
Prevatt Funeral Home will be in
charge of arrangements.
the air. The branch of the service
is charged with three jobs: the
detection of the presence of an
enemy in our air space, identifica-
tion of these unknown aircraft and
interception and destroy those they
are unable to identify as friendly.
In their detection duties, the
ADC operates the DEW line across
the northern rim of the North
American continent which is de-
signed tq detect the takeoff of air-
craft or missiles from Russia. The
remainder of the U. S. is complete-
surrounded by detection devices
which search for invaders by air or
space 24 hours of every day. For
this purpose, the ADC utilizes ra-
dar equipped airplanes, ships and
The General said that all objects
picked up by radar approaching
the shores of the U. S. are flashed
automatically to a SAGE control
center where a check is made of
Pictured above, left to right, is Lions Club President Charles
Ndrton, General Robert Burns of Tyndall AFB and program chair-
man Charles Stern. Gen. Burns presented the program to the Lions
Club on Monday. -Star Photo
flight plans, etc., and if an object
cannot be identified in a three min-
ute period, interceptors are sent to
make a visual investigation.
To assure an efficient operation
of the detection, interception and
elimination of a future enemy in-
vader, daily practice sessions are
conducted by ADC with planes ap-
proaching the coast on the secret
to test reaction of the system.
Tyndall's mission in the operation
is to train combat-ready crews for
the interception missions. Tyndall
is the only base in the South that
uses live drone targets to train a
pilot in intercept and destroy mis-
Guests of the club Monday were
Roger Davis and Rodney Scarboro
of Tallahassee, and Captain Troy
Tolbert of Tyndall Air Force Base.
House-to-House Cancer Crusade Workers Named by Chairman
The 'house-to:house canvass "by Ward Ridge -and 'Trailer TPark: -McClellan-Avenue: Mrs. Bill Siri-
the volunteers of the American Can-'BIrs. John Rich. :mons, Area Capt., Mrs. Carl Guil-
cer Society, Gulf County Division, Oak Grove: Mrs. B. W. Wilder, -ford, Mrs. Dave Maddox, Mrs. Roy
'will ;get underway on -Monday, Area Captain; :Mrs:I. W. (Cox, Mrs. Garrett.
.March .29, and continue through Harry Brewton, Mrs. Harvey Ken- Long Avenue:-Mrs. W. E. Whaley,
Friday, April 2, according to the nedy. Area Capt., Mrs. Gordon Farris,
,chairman, -Mrs. Paul S. Fenson. Garrison Avenue' Mrs. William :Mrs. Tom'Owens, Mrs. Cecil Lyons,
Eadh canvass is to .be completed Chafin, Area Captain; Mrs. Roy S. Mrs. A. P. Jackson, Mrs. H. L. Har-
;by.the April 2 date. Each canvasser -Maddox, :Mrs. Bob Ellzey, Mrs. prison, Mrs. Benton Hamm, Mrs.
will turn in their envelopes (of col- Henry Maige, Mrs. Lawrence Bis- Herman Dean, Mrs. M.P. Ferris.
elections and list of contributors sett, Mrs.Everet W.eaman, Mrs. Monument Avenue: Mrs. George
their area captains. Those who do Jseph D dMrs. Sidney Anchors Tapper, Mrs. S. R. Brown, Mrs. B.
not complete their collections until Mrs. James B. Roberts,Mrs. Robert C. Gaillard, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast,
Mrs. James B. Roberts, Mrs. Robert
:the final day may .turn their col- Flisi. Mrs. Chauncey.Costin.
elections in at the Florida National a '. Constitution Drive: Mrs. Bob Fox.
Bank on 'Friday between the hours Bellamy Circle: Mrs. Ruel White- Allen Memorial Way: Mrs. Bob
of .530 and '.7:00 p.-m. hurst, Mrs. James Tankersly. Vervaeke.
Below is a list of the workers Hunter Circle: Mrs. Henry Camp- First Street: Mrs. John Robert
,vwo will he ,doing the work of the bell, Mrs. Paul Blount. Smith
;houseto-house canvass. Wescott Circle: Mrs. C. R. Lam- Third 'Street: Mrs. Ernest Low-
berson. ery, Jr.
Port St. Joe Woodward .Avenue: Mrs. Wayne Fourth Street: Mrs. Emmett Dan-
'Simmons Bayou and Jones.Home- Hendrix, Area Captain, Mrs. H. L. iell,-Mrs. W. C. Goodson. .
,stead: .Mrs. T. D. -Hutchins, -Area Ford, Mrs..Al .Smith, -Mrs. W. L. Sixth Street: Miss Elizabeth Ann
Captain. -Durant. Brown, Mrs.-Stella Farris.
Seventh Street: Mrs. T. E. Park-
er, Sr., Mrs. Otis Pyle.
Eighth Street: Mrs. Roy Irwin,
Mrs. Herman Barbee.
Nnnth Street: Mrs. W. S. Quarles,
Jr., Mrs. Fead Etheridge.
Tenth Street: Mrs. H. W. Griffin,
Mrs. Robert Merritt.
12th, 13th, 14th, 15th Sts., be-
tween Long and Monument: Mrs.
Sixteeenth Street: Mrs. Lamar
Hardy, Mrs. James Yadon.
Twentieth Street, Long to Consti-
tution and Allen Memorial Way:
Mrs, Williston Chason.
Juniper and Cypress: Mrs. Joe
Stevens, Mrs. James Maddox.
Palm Boulevard: Mrs. Dave
Jones, Area Capt., Mrs. Tom Smith,
Mrs. Leonard Belin, Mrs. J. L. Tem-
Marvin Avenue: Mrs. S. R. Stone,
Area Capt., Mrs. Bruce Weeks, Mrs.
Livingston Blauvelt, Mrs. William
J. Rish, Mrs. Richard Saunders, Mrs.
J. B. O'Brian, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, Mrs.
North Port St. Joe
The Ministerial Alliance in North
Port St. Joe is sponsoring the Can,
cer Crusade for this area. The Rev-
erand C. P. Price is President. The
Reverend R. S. Thompson is Chair-
man and Mrs. Johnest Pace, Co-
Chairman. Crusaders are as follows:
First Born Church of the Living
God: Mrs. Johnnie Lee Martin, Mrs.
Mary Lou Freeman.
Zion Fair Baptist Church: Mrs.
Kathleen Miller, Mrs. May Ella
Philadelphia Primitive Baptist'
Church: Mrs. Sally Nell Jackson,
Mrs. Edith Clark.
New Bethel AME: Rev. F. C.
Stallworth, Mrs. Eva May Gant.
New Bethel Baptist: Mrs. Eu-
genia Thomas, Mrs. Evelyn Huggins.
Church of God in Christ: Mrs.
Irene King, Mrs. Mabel Leslie. Mrs. J. B. Harris.
Apostolic Holiness Church: Miss Hiway 98 Homes: Mrs. Tom Al-
Sara Hopps, Miss Louise Simmons. sobrook.
Union Baptist: Miss Juanita Mar- Overstreet: Mrs. James Guilford.
tin, Mrs. Naomi Dixon.
Union AME: Deacon Thomas, St. Joe Beach, Mrs. Ralph Nance,
Mrs. Annex Jones. Chairman, Mrs. A.. O. Boyett, Mrs.
Maurice Dawson, Mrs. Tom Byrd,
Highland View Mrs. Howard Epperson, Miss Jean
Mrs. Bud Williamson, Chairman, McArdle, Mrs. C. W. Robbins, Mrs.
Third Street; Mrs. Bob Raffield, Paula Byrd, Mrs. James R. Watts,
First Street; Mrs. Ted Richards, Miss Netta Niblack.
Mrs. Lee Watts, Second Street_ Beason Hill: Mrs. P. L. Atkinson,
Mrs. Clinton Peterson, Fourth Mrs. Parker Hart.
Street; Mrs. Dolly Dady, Fifth
Street; Mrs. Nell Patterson, Sixth Mexico Beach: Mrs. John Kramer,
Street; Mrs. Lois Miller, Seventh Chairman, Mrs. George Holland,
Street; Mrs. Marian Whitfield, Mrs. W. O. Cathey, Jr. Mrs. C, M
Eighth Street; Mrs. W. H. Weeks, Parker, Mrs. W. A. Snellgrove,
Highway 98. Mrs. Morris Missler,. Mrs. E. E.
Crooms, Mrs. Elizabeth W..Thomp-
Beacon Hill son.
Mrs. P. L. Atkinson, Mrs. Parker White City: Mrs. James C. Hor.
Hart. ton, Mrs. J. H. Chafin, Mrs. Robert
Suburban Areas Stebel. Mrs. Raymond Hightower,
St. Joe Lumber and Export Co.: Chairman, Mrs. Paul Bratcber..
Bank Announces Plans for
Building Nearly Completed
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965
IP THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe. Florida,
By TIe Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughttfl'-
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
,ilces. The spoken word is lost; th2 printed word remains.
A Privilege and a Duty
It seems like that, a month or so ago, we remember read-
ing that the current troubles in Selma, Alabama, began over
a desire of Negroes to register and be able to vote.
But now, it appears that the course of events have
evolved until this prime reason for concern by the colored
population has been forgotten... by both whites and Negroes.
Be that as it may. Still the course to victory for such
privileges in the U. S. shouldn't be and shouldn't have to be,
secured by violence.
Maybe Selma's troubles are a blessing in disguise. If
nothing else the right to vote secured by this group, and we
have no doubt .they will be given, should serve to make the
-,whites more conscious of tehir own right and privilege to
vote. It should also underscore for the whites their respon-
sibility to register.
For too long the citizens of the U. S. have blindly traded
away their rights by negligence and down-right laziness.
And we don't have to look too far to find this situation,
either. We can look right here at home in Port St. Joe to find
this situation. And it 'can be found right now in the current
re-registration drive to re-register voters in the City of Port
At the present time in the City, approximately 1,200 have
signed their names to the,City's registration books. Approxi-
mately half of these names are Negroes: Is' this caused by
a strengthening sense of civic responsibility by the Negro or'
an increasing unconcern by the whites?
The Communists have said they will conquer us from
within. We say that anybody can conquer us from within,
as long as we choose our government by the ballot, if our
citizens, both white and colored, fail to qualify to vote and
exercise their wishes at election time. Election time is opinion
of the citizen time. The citizen MUST get himself in the
position to express his opinion.
YOU AND "THEY"
Whenever we are faced with the grim fact of cancer-
through the death of a loved one, or the long illness of a
-friend, or even our own struggle with the dread disease-we
inevitably ask: "When will 'they' find a cure for cancer?"
"They" haven't yet found a magic cure-all for cancer, but
'"they" have already discovered so many different ways to
-fight the disease that there are 1,300,000 American's alive to-
day who have been cured. "They" can now save one out of
every three cancer patients and are working toward a realis-
tic goal of saving one out of two.
But "they" haven't done all this alone. They have had
help. Your help.
This is Crusade against Cancer month. At this time, in
particular, the American Cancer Society asks you to get to
know the Seven Danger Signals of cancer and, if you should
have one that persists more than two weeks, go to your doc-
tor. It its early stages, cancer is usually localized in one area
and grows painlessly. If detected and treated before it
spreads, cancer can often be cured.
For example, three out of four patients with cancer of
the colon and rectum can be cured if diagnosed and treated
promptly. That is why you should have a simple proctoscopic.
examination once a year als p-art of a regular health check-up
-little enough for you to do if "they" are to save your life.
Again, the American Cancer Society reports that cancer
of the lung is the most rapidly mounting cause of death from
cancer. Cigarette smoking is the major cause of lung cancer.
So if you are already a smoker, stop smoking, and if you don't
smoke, don't start. Obviously you can do more to insure your-
self from lung cancer than anything "they" can do.
Then there's another way that "they" need your help.
If "they" are to continue to search for causes to dis-
cover new anti-cancer drugs, to develop new surgical tech-
niques, build more powerful radiation equipment .. "they"
During Crusade against Cancer month each and every
one of us has a special opportunity to join the American Can-
cer Society in its mounting offensive against cancer.
SGive ... and give generously, so "they" can go on work-
ing to protect you and your loved ones against cancer.
ST Tgood, suppress hate with love. I in worship, with a hootnany party
L tter Eo have not sedn any signs of this in on one side of the courthouse steps
Those who carry out their acts of in Selma, Ala. At the same time, a
Editor, The Star: wolf dressed like a sheep does not violence in the name of a Church, mock Prayer Meeting was being
Dear Mr. Edor, since they have make a sheep out of a wolf. Neither which should be changed to riot conducted on the other side of the
become so prevalent, I think it's does a Clergyman's robe make one headquarters instead of the name steps. I think that is nothing less
time that we heed the warning ofa true Preacher of the Gospel. Church. than blasphemy in the last degree.
e that we heed the wniJesus did not come to earth to A. BLACKWELL.
Jesus "to beware of wolves in sheep True Ministers of the Gospel willsettle all the domestic problems,
clothing." never be found staging protest neither does He intend for the
Since there are so many of these marches or helping to incite riots. Church to assume that role. A man FIRST IETHA
vicious beasts stalking the towns The legitimate Clergyman is too came to Jesus one day and said, IRST M ETHIl
and highways of our land, it would busy looking after his own Church "I want you to speak to my brother, Intersection Monumi
be well to know something about duties. that he divide the estate with me."
their habits and nature. There is not one verse of Scrip- Jesus responded with these words, REV. THOMAS S. H/
Now just what did Jesus mean ture in the teachings of Jesus, or "Man who made me a judge?" Jesus Chrh h
by this Biblical warning? In our any of the New Testament writ- did give us a Spiritual Constitution School
today terminology, we would use ings that lends any support to the in the form of the Beatitudes and MORNING WORSHIP
the word camouflage, which goes idea that the Church is to perform the Sermon on the Mount, as guide- Methodist Youth Fellowsl
back to the day of Jacob and Esau. its great task by force of any kind, lines by which to settle our prob- Evening Worship
The best definition I can find is be this force by protest marches, lems. Bible Study (Wednesday)
a wolf pretending to be a sheep, or with guns, sit-ins or riots. Wolves in sheep's clothing do "Where Old Fashioned F:
But most anyone will agree that a Jesus said, overcome evil with not even have regard for Reverence
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
ent and Constitution
,RRIS, D.D., Minister
lip 6:00 P.M.
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BABY FOOD 10 jars 97c
CHICKEN OF THE SEA 6% OZ. CANS
CHUNK TUNA 3 cans 89c
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SWIFT'S 24 OZ. CANS
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 Tuesday, June 1-Ford Western
SThursday, June 3 Rotary vs.
Dixie Youth Baseball Presents SeasonKrafties.
Friday, June 4-Rockets vs. Ford
Schedule For American-National Leagues W nday, June 7-sKraftes vs.
Following is Dixie Youth base- Monday, June 7-Sockys vs. Hard Ford Western.
ball schedule for American and Stars. Tuesday, June 8 *Rotary vs.
National Leagues, showing dates, Tuesday, June 8-Boxers vs. Doz- Rockets.
with home team listed first: ers Thursday, June 10-Rockets vs.
American League Thursday,, June 10-'-Dozers vs.Friday, June 11-Ford Western
Monday, April 12 Boxers vs. Sockys. vs. Rotary.
Hard Stars. Friday, June 11-*Hard Stars vs. Denotes night games.
Tuesday, April 13 Dozers vs. Boxers. Starting time: Day games 5 P. M.;
Sockys. Denotes night games. Night games, 7:30 P. M.
Starting timp- Ti D~nmtwfq 5n00
Thursday, April 15-Hard Stars
Friday, April 16 Sockys vs.
Monday, April 19 Hard Stars
Tuesday, April 20 Dozers vs.
Thursday, April 22 Sockys vs.
Friday, April 23 '*Boxers vs.
Monday, April 26 Hard Stars
Tuesday, April 27 Boxers vs.
Thursday, April 28-Sockys vs.
Friday, April 30 Dozers vs.
Monday, May 3 Dozers vs.
Tuesday, May 4-Boxers vs. Hard
Thursday, May 6-Hard Stars vs.
Friday, May 7-'-Sockys vs. Box-
Monday, May 10-Hard Stars vs.
Tuesday, May 11-Boxers vs. Doz-
Thursday, May 13-Socks vs. Box-
Friday, May 14-Dozers vs. Hard
Monday, May 17-Hard Stars vs.
Tuesday, May 18-Dozers vs. Box-
Thursday, May 20 Sockys vs.
Friday, May 21-*Hard Stars vs.
Monday, May 24-Hard Stars vs.
Tuesday, May 25 Boxers vs.
Thursday, May 27 Dozers vs.
Friday, May 28-Sockys vs. Hard
Monday, May 31-Sockys vs. Doz-
Tuesday, June 1-Hard Stars vs.
Thursday, June .3 Dozers vs.
Friday, June 4 Boxers vs.
tar lng Lnme:C. .LIay gamely, : .U
P. M.; Night games, 7:30 P. M.
Monday, April 12 Rotary vs.
Tuesday, April 13-Rockets vs.
Thursday, April 15-Ford West-
ern vs. Rockets.
Friday, April 16--*Krafties vs.
Monday, April 19-Krafties vs.
Tuesday, April 20 Rotary vs.
Thursday, April 22-Rockets vs.
Friday, April 23-Ford Western
Monday, April 26-Rockets vs.
Tuesday, April 27-Krafties vs.
Thursday, April 29-Ford West-
ern vs. Krafties.
Friday, April'30 *Rotary vs.
First Wild Woods
Fire of New Year
The Gulf County Forest Fire Con-
trol Unit had its first wild forest
fire for the year Monday, March
15, which was caused by careless
action in trying to burn a small
patch of grass in a yard without
having proper lines and man power
to control the fire.
County Ranger Alton Hardy
urges everyone who has any type
of burning they wish to do to
please contact the Florida Forest
Service prior to burning and ask
for assistance. Every effort will be
put forth to assist you with the
burning. Remember March winds
are unpredictable and make burn-
ing of grass or trash very danger-
Ranger Hardy says it's true there
Monday, May 3 Rockets vs. is no law against a person burning
Krafties. his own property, so long as he
Tuesday, May 4-Rotary vs. Ford does the things that the law re-
Western. quires prior to setting the fire. The
Thursday, May 6-Ford Western law states that a person burning
vs. Rockets. his property shall notify his neigh-
Friday, May 7-Krafties vs. Ro- bor or adjoining landowners prior
tary. to burning, and that he must have
Monday, May 10-Ford Western adequate fire lines, and man power,
vs. Krafties. tools, etc. ,to.keep the fire under
Tuesday, May 11 Rotary vs. control at all times. If a person has
Rockets. not done the above mentioned
Thursday, May 13-Rockets vs. things and causes a fire to burn
Ford Western. the lands of another, he has vio-
Friday, May 14 'Krafties vs. lated the forest fire law and can
Rotary. be punished.
Monday, May 17-Ford Western We urge you to let us help you
vs. Krafties. prevent these careless forest fires.
Tuesday, May 18 Rockets vs. Get in touch with your nearest for-
Rotary. est ranger or call the Florida For-
Thursday, May 20 Rotary vs. est Service, Telephone Number
Ford Western. 229-2341 at Port St. Joe, or 639-2491
Friday, May 21 Krafties vs. at Wewahitchka,
Monday, May 24-Ford Western
Tuesday, May 25 Rotary vs.
Thursday, May 27-Krafties vs.
Friday, May 28 'Rockets vs.
Monday, May 31 Krafties vs.
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At Bible Church
A one night missionary rally will
be conducted Tuesday night at the
Port'St. Joe High School Auditor-
ium. The speaker will be Dr. Al-
fded B. Lau, now of Vera Cruz,
Mexico. The one-time Hitler youth
leader is now a dynamic speaker
for Christ with an unusual presen-
tation of the work of foreign mis-
sions in the mountains of Mexico.
He has the distinction of bring-
ing the natives back with him. On
this trip he is bringing three In-
dian boys along who were convert-
ed to Christ and will sing their tes-
timonies and' quote portions of
Scripture in their native tongue.
Dr. Lau will act as interpreter
and will speak while showing beau-
tiful, nautral color pictures of the
This special service is being
sponsored by the Faith Bible
Church. Visitors are urged to take
advantage of this unusual service
held at the High School auditorium
Tuesday at 7:30 P. M., March 30.
Midget Investments That Yield
PLANS FOR FLOWER SHOW
The Port St. Joe Garden Club has
set April 10 and 11 as dates for a
flower show to be held in the Cen-
The event, open to the public
from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday, April
10, and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday,
April 11, will be the first show the
club has had in several years.
The theme of the show will be
Easter Parade and will feature two
divisions: Horticulture and Artis-
BABE RUTH MEETING
Parents and interested persons
are invited to attend a meeting of
the Babe Ruth League on Monday,
March 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Flor-
ida Power Lounge.
Support of the parents is needed
so that this organization can con-
tinue to function.
DAVID ODUM IS "PRACTICE"
TEACHING MARCH 22-MAY 14
Arkadelphia, Ark.-David Odum,
a Outchita Baptist University sen-
ior from Port St. Joe, will be prac-
tice teaching March 22-May 14.
*He will be teaching science in
Benton, Ark. He is the son of Rev.
and Mrs. J. C. Odum of 404 Six-
teenth Street, Port St. Joe.
IT'S FUN TO
WHAT TO DO ..
Mary Ellen Kennington To Wed Robert Fredrick Broege, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kennington of Port St. Joe announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary
Ellen, to Robert Fredrick Broege, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Fredrick Broege, Sr., of Torrington, Connecticut. The wedding will
be an event of May 29 at six-thirty o'clock in the evening at the
First Methodist Church of Port St. Joe. The reception will immedi-
ately follow in the social room of the church. All friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invited to attend.
HIGH SCHOOL PTA WILL GOLDEN AGERS MEET
MEET TONIGHT AT 8:00
MEET TONIGHT AT 8:00 Attendance of the Golden Agers
The High School PTA will meet was cut down considerably by the
tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the High "flu ,bug", but those who were
School Auditorium. ... their enjoyed hemeory test
An interestingprogram has.been games prepared by Mrs. Calla lPe--
planned by program chairman Bob ritt. Mrs. Essie Williams and Miss
Ellzey and president George Small Carrie Gibson were the winners.
with the cooperation of High Hostesses were Mrs. J. A. Fillin-
School principal Wayne Saunders. gim and Mrs.'Essie Williams.
The program will feature a skit on The group is grateful to the
how the college preparatory Eng- Florida Power Corporation for the
lish classes are conducted in Port use of their Lounge during the
St. Joe High School. winter months.
Taking part in the skit will be The next meeting will be on Ap-
Jerome Barnes, Ann Belin, Jake ril 5 at the Stac House.
Belin, Julia Ann Boyett, Dennis _- +
Dawson, Robin Downs, Jo Anne RUTH LAWRENCE CIRCLE
Fite, Martha Fite, Linda Graham, MEETS WITH MRS. TEMPLE
David Jopees, Barbara Lewis, Nancy
McInnis, Jacque Price, Carol Wa- The Ruth Lawrence Circle of the
ger, Sherry White, Sue Odom and First Methodist WSCS met in the
Roy Lanier. home of Mrs. J. L. Temple on Mon-
day, March 22.
Mrs. Paul Blount, program chair-
man, gave the devotional, "Why Do
We Read The Bible?" The scrip-
ture was taken from Psalms 119:8
and followed by the program, "The
Bible and The Life Within".
Mrs. W. D. Jones, circle chair-
man, conducted the business meet-
The hostess served refreshments
to the following members: Mrs. M.
L. Parker, Mrs. Paul Blouat, Mr::.
Eva Lovett, Mrs. W. D. Jones, Mrs.
J B. Griffith and Mrs. Hubert
The meeting adjourned with the
Thrift Shop Set To
Open New Location
The Hospital Thrift Shop will be
in their new location and open for
business on Saturday, April 3. from
1:30-3:30 in the afternoon.
The new location is on the cor-
ner of Reid Ave. and Second St.
Mrs. Bob Vervaeke, Auxiliary
President, asks all members and
friends to make a special effort to
get up as many clothes and house-
hold items as possible and donate
to the Thrift Shop this coming
Anyone wishing to have their
items picked up please phone Mrs.
Milton Anderson, Mrs Leonard Be-
lin or Mrs. Bob Congleton.
If you would like to come by
with your things, please do so on
Thursday from 9:30-10:00 in the
morning when the ladies will be
Workers for Saturday, March 27:
Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mrs. Pete Ivey,
Mrs. Bill Quarles, Jr.
April 3: Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Mrs.
Silas Stone and Mrs. Gannon Buz-
Please note change in time on
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
THE STAR, Prtf St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1965
PI I ~ ~ ----~---1
your Druggist's Certificate as
a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the
Florida State Board of Phar-
macy examination and is qual-
ified to dispense drugs. At
Smith's, two Registered Phar-
macists are on hand to serve
your needs expertly and
2 Registered Phc
For Your Convenience
We Feature These
Famous Lines of
Ambush, 20 Carats, Taboo.
Includes bath powder, per-
fume and cologne.
DANA for men
Canoe, a man's after shave,
after bath cologne. Made,
bottled, sealed in France.
Toiletries for Men
By Mem Company,
armacists On Duty
Drive-In Window At Rear,
COME DUE ..?
...use our bank
loan or savings plan!
The Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe can "rescue" you from this
frightening experience, for whatever cause. Borrow on your home, your
car, your job, on just your signature. With approved credit, your loan
is ready in minutes. And, for future reference, we suggest a regular
Florida National Bank
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OPENING TIMES -
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Sunday _________ 2:45 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. _______ 4:45 p.m.
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Junior sizes 3 through 15. Also: Shirt-Skirt, $7.98; Pant-
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NOW IN NEW LOCATION
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OPEN 24 HOURS EACH DAY
7 DAYS A WEEK,
NOW FEATURING ,
.'.: Fitished :tbuncdrf, and Dry Cleaning r'Service
t *- .,
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 RegularRetail Price.
Come by and look the mover. All of the above is Ameri-
an ma e
We Invite All Our Friends and Customers to Come By
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965
- Say You Saw It In Thi
See Us For
MPLETE AUTO and TRAILED
At Your Service
limphrey -- Ray Stinson --
Trest -- Danny Roberts -- Toi
ST. JOE PURE S'ER
aiding you with 'f -" --
tng and thought-
ful tribute. Miss Patricia McCormick Is Honored
iforter With Bridal Shower Last Thursday
al Home Mrs. Elsie Griffin, Noble Grand, hanced by a large revolving floor
ng Avenue assisted by Mrs. Virginia Smith, light which shed an effervescence
S227-3511 Mrs. Hulean Thames, Mrs. Gladys of color that created a resplend-
Gulf County Boyer, Mrs. Alierie Hightower, Mrs. ent picture.
ce 1946 Mamie Lou Dare and Mrs. Rena The refreshment table carried
Tynes, complimented Miss Patricia a matching green cloth and the
McCormick with a miscellaneous delicious refreshments of tiny
Sbridal shower on Thursday, March sandwiches in triangle, rounds and
18th, at the American Legion Hall fingers with cake, nuts, mints,
After the regular meeting of the punch and coffee was a fitting
Rebekah Lodge. toast to a charming "bride-to-be".
Star The large room where the lovely "Pat," as she is affectionately
e Star honoree and the other members of known, was becomingly attired in a
Melody Rebekah Ladge were enter- white knit suit and she and her
--tained was refreshingly green, for mother, Mrs. Ruth .McCormick,
the hostess carried out the St. Pat- were radiant in pink carnation cor-
rick's Day motif with large sham- sages, the gift of one of the co-
rocks which were placed at van- hostesses.
tage points over the entire area. Those present were: Mesdames
The gift table was covered in a Ruth McCormick, Flora Long, Hazel
green cloth with focal point of an Sims, Elsie Griffin, Aliene High-
-open umbrella covered with pink tower, Hulean Thames, Lois Daniell,
net over pink taffeta and the beau- Virginia Smith, Eleanor Williams,
ty of this table was accented by Lillie Rasmussen, Gladys Boyer, Ad-
1 the imposing array of artistically die Goodson, Vera Davis, Rena
I wrapped gift packages and en- Tynes, Anna Adams, Mary Weeks,
Mary Forehand, Mamie Lou Dare,
S'Miss Brenda Perry and the honoree.
T C ncer im Is Those sending gifts were: Mes-
ONTI ':daries Margaret Land, Pearl Cook,
Shown otarAlmA WIaller, and Lois Benton of
O i5 Lyn Haven and Mesdames Estelle
N "Life's Story" was the title of Griffin and Lee Gay from Wewa-
S the film shown to the Port St. Joe hitchka.
Rotary Club last Thursday at the' Miss McCormick, is a past
A IClub's regular noon meeting. The president of Theta Rho Club No.
film,' produced by the American 10 here in Port St. Joe, and was
CIUL I Cancer Society, told the story of Junior Past President and Repre-
one man who had been saved from tentative of the Youth committee
cancer by early and periodic ex- to Sovereign Grand Lodge in Lex-
aadUS ? aminations. ington, Kentucky, in September,
ntact i The film narrator told that today 1963.
uid, test there are 3,100,000 now in the U. She will become the bride of
SI S. that have been cured of cancer Henry Horst on Sunday, March 28,
t wheel by early detection. The narrator at 3 p. m. in the Church of the
-went on to say that cancer is most Nazarene in Port St. Joe.
nd, cop prevalent in males in the lungs; in
caster,; females in the breast and repro-
ductive organs and the most com-
mon location of cancer in males
and females is cancer of the rec-
tum and colon.
As was the case of the man in
R REPAIRS the film, no hint is given by cancer
of its presence in its early stages.PA MEN TOR
Periodical, thorough examinations AR ENT TO
can detect the cancer before it
Robert Sewell reaches the danger stage.
For the third week in a row the
nimy Hutchins local club had 100% attendance.
The club is currently in an attend-
B LER Bance contest with the Wewahitchka
S and; Apalachicola clubs, with the
A B LER loser in the contest committed to
feed the winners at a dinner.
fICE Guests of the club were Ed At-
kinson of Jacksonville, Gene Austin FroMAs ANb PARTY D
Phone 229-442:1 and Fred Richards, both of Apa-
N T E D As seen in March SEI
Dry Cleaning Service
being Offered By
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ry & earners nylon net ruff
'Phone 227-2071 Sizes 5-15. St
Laundry and Cleaners)
The Port St. Joe Jaycees will
hold their annual Teenage Driving
Rodeo, Saturday, March 27, at the
High School parking lot at 9 o'clock.
All students at St. Joe High
School who are licensed drivers are
eligible to participate and are in-
vited and urged to take part in
Friday, March 26, a written ex-
amination will be conducted by Mr.
James Gunter, Driving Instructor
at the high school.
All interested students should
call Mr. Gunter to make applica-
tion for this contest.
The chairman of the Rodeo this
year is James Harrison.
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
Amison's took three games from
The Senators on lanes 1 and 2 with
Lois S. high for Amison's with 460,
Verna B. 451, Ann W. 441 and
Christine L. 339. Mary B. was high
for The Senators with 432, Mildred
K. 377, Vivian H. 363 and Betty W.
Rich's and The Strikers split two
and two on lanes 3 and 4 with Zela
Adams (sub) high for Rich's with
466, Jonnia S. 407, Gloria M. 346
and Marie B. 276. Jerry F. was high
for The Strikers with 464, Ruby L.
391, Mary H. 364 and Eula D. 361.
Jitney Jungle and West Florida
Gas split two and two on lanes 5
and 6 with Evelyn S. high for Jit-
ney Jungle with a 509, Catherine
A. 401, Lois F. 367 ,and Jean S.
351. Wynell B. (sub) was high for
West Florida Gas with 456, Alice
M. 369, Aline'A. 362, Allie Me.: 267.
Beaman's 'took all four games
from Pate's on lanes -7 and 8 with
Eleanor W. high for Beaman's with
426, Loyce B. 394, Irene B. 340. Deb-
die T. was high for Pate's with 402,
Mary L. 367 and Linda R. 364.
Standings: W. L.
Jitney Jungle ----- 64 36
Amison's 62 38
Tapper's Senators -_-- 52 48
The Strikers ________ 52 48
West Florida Gas ____ 46% 53
Pate's 44 2 55
Beaman's 43 46
Rich's 35 '64%
City Ponders What To Do About leaks
In Municipal Hospital Roof Tuesday
Discussion continued for some lution can be arrived at.
time Tuesday night by the City The City purchased some $3,000
Commission on the condition of worth of water main and fire hy-
the hospital roof. The roof has drants at the meeting Tuesday.
been reported leaking in several The water main will be installed
places and damaging parts of the on Avenue F and Peters Street.
interior of the building. The Board agreed to advertise
As a result of the discussion, for a small tractor to use for grass
Commissioner Barrier was instruct- cutting in the city.
ed to try and arrange for tempo- -_
rary repairs until a permanent so- SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE "A
PHONE MALL. 7-4.*
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" BOYLE$
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GLADYS S. GILL Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Main Floor
NONA WILLIAMS ----- Children's Wear and Shoes, Main Floor
JAMES HANLON -----. -fen's and Boys' Wear, Second Floor
CORA SUE MEDLIN Ladies and Children's Shoes
BARBARA BOYLES Office
ROBERT "Bubber" WILLIAMS, JR., MARY REEVES, DORENE
SPEARS, ESTHER TAYLOR Extras
BOYLES, Port St. Joe..
2 Complete Stores Under the Same Roof
Apparel and Footwear for the Family, Individually Se-
lected and Purchased for You From the Nation's 'Lead-
ing Suppliers. Fine Wearables for the Seashore \
.. for the Mountains. for the PlaIistand Valleys i
S. for Glorious Spring and 'Easter 1965! You are
invited to View to 'Revel and Marvel Main
Floor ... Second Floor! at Boyles, 222 'Reid Ave.
Have you ever lived in the moun- pendous and inviting in their still-
tains ... in the plains and valleys? ness and natural beauty, yet tlere's
And by the seaside? We something about the moving and
have had that experience, and all roving waters that has unique and
three have been interesting and significant meaning to us. Maybe
scenic habitats. After thirty-three it's ACTION (we like that word!)
years and four months (of married Yes constantly working...
life) I'll venture to. .say quickly steadily going somewhere ..
that we love living on the seashore sometimes vigorously enlarging its
most of all. The majestic moun- dimensions .suddenly changing
tains and dignified plains are stu- its speed to high, then low, or al-
most neutral gear! ... It's COLORS,
too! Now Blue then Green
... or mixing white ridges with its
foamy brine tumbling as if
restless even angry. Its pic-
turesque multicolor is magnificent
eventss .when the setting sun casts its good
evening rays, creating soft and gen-
tle hues on the waters just before
disappearing behind the horizon!
The .Moonlight too, magically por-
trays another paradox of night
time splender as if gazing to ex-
plore the watery depths or point-
ing to the shoreline for a lost sea-
man! Yes, we love being by the sea,
to say nothing of the delightful
relaxing sports and entertainments
the generous waters afford to all
who choose to participate. And...
no budget busting tickets here .
admisison is FREE! Just walk in
.. .run in ... cr boat in! It's gen-
erous "Be Our Guest" is terrific!
S. Don't you think?
It is observed that something
over 300 words have been written
above! It would take many, many
thousands or hundreds and
hundreds of books to adequately
describe in detail the scenic beauty,
the mysteries and usefulness of the
\\ watery seas, occupying far more
space than the lands of the world.
This is where we dock and' make
the effort to get down to earth
again! First, a parting thought de-
lays me, namely: "The earth
and the fullness thereof! The
Creator has fashioned an unbeat-
able, unmatchable piece of handi-
work that may never be fully ex-
plored by man. Can we do less
than stand in awe, admiration and
reverence before Him. We can live,
move and have our being in
the knowledge that He has mapped
the roads (The Holy Bible) and pre-
pared The Way (Christ, The Lord)
for the human tenants who occupy
this Divine structure. To use .
or not to use a choice we make
Lighter chatter: (Snitched from
Modern Maturity magazine sev-
eral months old! ... while waiting
to see Dr. Bob, the tooth man) "A
n Caprolan over man's body is extremely sensitive.
Pat him on the back and his head
dice has beaded swells!" And "Many peo-
ple these days need a kick in the
'mon or Orchid. seat of their Can'ts!" In con-
clusion: "Horse sense is what keeps
horses from betting on what people
will do!" Parting word: It's safe to
bet on Boyles for style, value and
friendly service! (not quoted).
Best Laundry and
412 Monument Ave
I (Formerly St. Joe
with this dazzling gown of nylor
les. Off-shoulder band at top of bo
White, Pink, -Blue, Mint, Aqua, Le
yle 4092. UNDER $40.00
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 of whom might have been saved. Five Rare Diseases
"The tragic thing," Dr. Hendrix
Women Urged to Spend Five Minutes rate from breast cancer could and Appeared In 1964
should be falling each year, but
Monthly to Guard Against Cancer it isn't. Many women are afraid Jacksonville-Five rare diseases
Mto examine themselves regularly, were noted in Florida in 1964, the
"I am asking every woman in Hendrix said, better than eight out afraid they will find a lump in State Board of Health said today.
Port St. Joe for just fie minutes of ten women can be saved hentheir breast. Not all breast tumors Clarence M. Sharp, director of
Port St. Joe for just five minutes of ten women can be saved. When mean cancer. More often than not the board's Bureau of Preventable
of her time each month, every the diagnosis is made later, the mean cancer. More often than not the board's Bureau of Preventable
of her time each month, every the diagnosis is made later, they are benign, harmless. But any Diseases, said two of them reported
month-five minutes which might chances for survival drop to less thickening or lump should mean for the first time were toxoplas-
very well save her life." Dr. Joseph than half. A few minutes spent in an immediate visit to a physician." mosis, a very damaging disease
P. Hendrix of the American Cancer breast self-examination once a In addition to the monthly self- caused by a microscopic parasite
Society's Port St. Joe Unit made month can save the lives of thou- examination, Dr. Hendrix urged and carried by rodents, dogs, cats,
the appeal today as the ACS an- sands of women through early di- all women to have a health check- swine, cattle, sheep, goats, chick-
nounced that in 1965 alone some agnosis. up once a year by a physician. ens and other mammals; and schis-
62,000 American women will learn Breast cancer claims the lives This will include a breast examina- tosomiasis, also a parasite disease
that the lump in their breast has of more women than any other tion as well as a pelvic examina- carried by snails and never report-
been diagnosed as cancer, type of cancer. This year, accord- tion and a 'Pap smear test-brief ed as originating in the United
When breast cancer is found ing to the American Cancer So- and painless-which insures pro- States.
early, before it has spread, Dr. city, 26,000 women will die, many section against cancer of the ut- The others were typhus fever, a
Merus. flea-borne, infection-causing organ-
SWomen in Port St. Joe are urged ism which once was a serious prob-
Florida Greeting Service, to write to the American Cancer lem in Florida butt which has al-
S society at 416 Tampa Street, Tam- most disappeared with vigorous
Inc. pa, Florida, for their free copy of anti-rat campaigns;
the leaflet "Personal Memo for To- Trichnosis, caused by larvae of a
A cordial welcome awaits you from day, BSE," which shows the steps parasitic nematode carried by hogs
the local merchants and civic involved in making their own and many wild animals and acquir-
organizations of Port St. Joe. breast examinations in the privacy ed by man if he eats improperly
organizationsof their homes. The Society also cooked meat of infected animals;
Brought to you by our local hostess has a 15 minute film illustrating Psittacosis, commonly called par-
the procedure for breast self-exam- rot fever but in the single case re-
If you are a newcomer, please call nation that it 4ill show on re- ported believed to have been ac-
I E quest, free of charge, before any quired from pigons. It is carried
MRS. ANNE JOINES woman's group. The Society will by some birds and domestic fowl.
1002 Garrison Avenue Phone 229-1686 also arrange to have a physician The board maintains constant
present to answer questions, vigilance in such diseases trying to
learn hhow the werer cnntracted
Florida Leads Nation
In 1964'Bird Count
Tallahassee-Florida again leads
the Nation in birdlife. During the
1964 Christmas Bird Count con-
ducted by the National Audubon
Society, a new record was set by
the Indian River Audubon Society
at Cocoa. The Indian River team
found 204 different kinds of birds.
This was the 65th annual survey
of wintering birdlife in which lo-
cal groups throughout the Nation
tried to find and count as many
different birds as possible in a
dawn-to-dark operation on one day
during the Christmas season.
Let them enjoy energy-rich, pure fresh milk
often! Remember one quart of milk daily pro-
vides approximately 85% of a child's protein re-
quirements. Our milk is produced, bottled and
delivered under most careful supervision. Keep
plenty on hand. Deep 'em growing healthy!
Delivered at no extra charge to your
WA door available at your favorite groc-
er's. Call 639-2356, Wewahitchka, col-
lect, for home delivery!
BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS
Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy
y tI-11 J Lr wJ e C L Lu -u
from what source, how they may
be prevented and be treated.
The three cases of typhus appar-
ently originated in Florida and Dr.
Sharp said even this relatively
small number indicates the battle
against rats must continue,
The two trichrindi eMges ere
traced to raw hamburger. In the
United States, three outbreaks were
Little is known about toxoplas-
mosis, Dr. Sharp said. "Its mode of
transmission to man is unknown.
In fact, humans may be giving it
to animals. We do know that it
causes fever; brain, eye, liver, kid-
ned or other organ damage accord-
ing to where it localizes." The sin-
gle case was reported in Dade
No cases of schistosomiasis have
been reported as originating in
Florida but the disease is often
seen in Puerto Rican visitors and
migrants. Three cases were report-
ed last year, In two there was no
question but that the origin was
outside the United States. The
third was diagnosed in a woman
who came to Florida 13 years ago
and who denied making any trips
but of the country. The disease,
however, has been reported as ly-
ing dormant in human tissue for
25 years. The parasite enters the
body through the skin and infects
the liver and bladder. It cannot be
transmitted from human to suman.
The board is conducting a state-
wide study to determine if domes-
tic snails can propagate the dis-
ease. All investigations so far in-
dicate the woman's case was not.
acquired in Florida.
Helpful household hints and recipes
from Mrs. Marjorie Hartman
Home Service Adviser
'*A rA-pna am roH.-OM UoCIt cw w
U I ~ r
FOR GIFTS EVERYBODY
7 oz. cans
LE SUEUR WHOLE KERNEL WHITE
CORN 2 12oz.cans 39c
WIIH THIS cOUPON AND PURCHASE OF
Johnson'-Qt., 14 Oz.
Jane Parker Delicious 1 Lb., 8 Oz.
LEMON PIE -------39c
SExpires 3/28 Jax. 3-27-65 Ann Page Fine, Broad or Extra Wide
Egg Noodles_ -1b. pkg. 29c
WITH TIS COUPON AND PURCHASEO STAMPS
WIJohnson's-Pint, 11 Oz. T Ched-o-Bit American or Pimiento
Klear, can-----98 c Cheese l
, Expires 3/28 Ja. 3-265 CheeseSpread 2- 1 loaf 79c
S i :. Marcal Pastel or
WITH THIS COUPON AND PE OF STAMPS Tea Napkins-Pkg.of 70 10c
Ann Page 2 Oz.
I Vanilla Extract __ _39c
Expires 3/28 Jax. 3-27-65 A&P Sweet and Unsweetened Qt., 14 Oz.
an" ORANGE JUICE __.39c
S WITTHIS COUPON AND CHAS OF STAMPS
I oss 1 Ib., 8 Oz. White House Instant Non-Fat
Brunswick Stew 59cRY MI0 t1 25
5 Expires 3/28 Jax. 3-27-65 DRY MILK 2- qts. 25
Etra Fancy Washington Red Delicious
APPLES --.. lb. 1'9c
Large Crisp Iceberg
L E TT U CE -- head 15 c
RIES 3 pts. 89c
Southern Delight 9/2 Oz.
Cinnamon Rolls --------..25c
Cascade .-......-20 oz. 45c
Ocean Spray Cranberry
Juice Cocktail ...qt. 55c
Nabisco Spoonsize-11V2 Oz.
Shredded Wheat -.....29c
Peanut Patch-2-lbs., 8 Oz.
Peanut Butter .........99c
Cream Pies......14 oz. 35c
Maxwell House 10 Oz.
Instant Coffee, .....$1.35
510 FIFTH STREET
n this ad are good through
Snuday, March 28.
rthday is in March, don't forget to
new your driver's license.
NEW! A&P FROZEN
Unless you bake your own, nothing
can surpass A&P's new frozen bak-
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with loving care, then frozen-fresh
fro mthe oven-to capture all the
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home one of each? You can, you
know. Because their glorious, oven-
fresh flavor lasts for months in
your freezer. (If you can keep them
A&P Frozen All Butter Caramel
Pectn Rolls_ 11 oz. 73c
A&P Frozen All Butter-13 Oz.
Coffee Cake -----73c
A&P Frozen B'ter Creme Iced Cake
Devils Food, 12 oz. 55c
A&P Frozen Butter Creme Iced
Plus 4 Others to Chaase From
4 to 6 Lb.
"SUPER-RIGHT" SMOKED SHORT SHANK SMALL
"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
ROAST bone in
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 SFRV7CE (Wednesday) -., 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Boneless Grade "A" Quick Frozen Long Island
CHUCK ROAST -- Ib. 69c DUC KS l---- -- b. 39c
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Boneless "Super-Right" Fine Quality
SWISS STEAK ----_ lb. 79c GROUND BEEF.3 Ibs. for $1.35
"Super-Right" Fine Quality Boneless Cap'n John's Quick Frozen 1 Lb. Pkg.
BEEF STEW ------- Ib. 69c Flounder Fillets -- 2 for 89c
A&P FANCY ALBACORE SOLID WHITE
WI THI couo AOND Su s AMPS
S1-lb. Cans Sultana Butter Fresh Firm Ripe
: Beans --- 2 cans 29c r Ri
I Expires 3/28 Jax. 3-27-65 STRAWBERI
Nabisco 12 Ob. .,Eretergent 8c Off
Vanilla Wafers .-.....-29c Breeze, Giant .......--...71c
Diet Delight 4 Oz. Detergent 10c Off
Liquid Sweetener ....43c Fluffy "All," Giant......71c
Diet Delight Imitation Facial Soap 2 Bars
Maple Syrup, 12 oz. 47c Ivory Soap, Large ...-33c
Mrs. Filberts Whipped Facial Soap 2 Bars
Margarine .......1 lb. 31c Camay Soap, Bath ..-.31c
Assorted Colors Pkg. of 2 Aerosol Can
Gala Towels ..------...47c Windex .--.....- 15 oz. 59c
Morton's Frozen Morton's Frozen
Bread Dough, 48 oz. 49c Donuts ....----....10 oz. 39c
Biscuits --.........8- oz. 10c Facial Tissue, 200's..-27c
S .ave Only Plaid'Samps
G..et Fine Gifts Faster
HEGRE AT iATIC PACC Wi CO MANY. INC PriceS i
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THE STAR, Pert St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 advertise for all tires and tubes, T Ee
both new and used, bids to be re- TWO Of Engineering
ceived March 23, 1965.
MINUTES of ... Commissioner Kennedy informed Students
SMINUTES of ththe thBoard that the State Road De- Studa S Are Co-eds
apartment, at its budget hearing on
S G F C I TVY C M ISS IOM March 2, 1965, asked if the County Tallahassee-Two of the 25 en-
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION i intended to pledge $200,000.00 for gineering science students in a
the St. Joseph's Peninsula Park
road. After much discussion, the "study and work" program at Flor-
Wewahitchka, Florida missioner Whitfield and. unani- Board decided that no action be ida State University are co-eds.
i' March 9, 1965. mously carried, said plat was ap- taken at this tithe. Mary Helen Johnston, a junior
The Board of County Commis- proved and filed. The Chairman recommended that from Ft Pierce and Carolyn Spen-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, The Board directed that the fol-he Board consider requesting spefrom Pierce, and Carolyn Spen-
met this date in regular session lowing names be added to the cial legislation providing that cer, a sophomore from Winter,
with the following members pres- County Indigent Roll for the next $70,000.00 per year of this Board's Park, spent the "work" part of
ent: James G. McDaniel, Chairman, month: race track funds be pledged to se- their program during the past tri-
Leo Kennedy, Walter Graham, T. Mrs. Charlie Sapp ___--$15.00 cure revenue certificates for the master at George C. Marshall Space
D. Whitfield, and James C. Horton. L. Wood $15.00 purpose of constructing the new
The Clerk, Attorney, Road Superin- The Clerk was instructed to pay courthouse and jail in Port St. Joe. Craft Center at Huntsville Both
tendent, and Mosquito Control Su- the University Clinic, Gainesville, After discussion, there was a mo- plan to continue their studies at
pervisor were also present. Florida, $43.00 for George Wes- tion by Commisisoner Whitfield, F. S. U .after graduation, and both
The meeting came to order at ley Sowell. econded by Commissioner Horton, eventually plan to teach.
9 A. M. The Clerk opened the meet- The Board authorized the Coun- that this Board request the Legis-
ing with prayer. y Service Officer to attend a State lature to pass the necessary legis- Students in the School of Engi-
The minutes of February 9, 16, Service Officers School to be held lation providing that the first $70,- neering Science's cooperative work
and 23 were read, corrected, ap-i May 3-8, 1965, in Winter Park, 000.00 of this Board's race track program begin their work cycle
proved and adopted. The minutes Florida. money be pledged to secure reve- trimesters of
of February 9, 1965, were corrected Commiioner Kennedy informed nue certificates in an amount to be after two or three trimesters of
as follows: Page 265, line-delete Commissioner Kennedy informed t study.
as following: Page 265, line-de statethe Board that in making a check determined at a later date for the study.
th at if Gulf County would appro-tedf inventory for the Port St. Joe puruose of construction of a new J. M. Plant, director of the F.
private $200,000.00 for construction Health Center, he found three courthouse, jail, furniture, fixtures, S U. co-op program, says the stu-
of this road, that the State rould items that were recently given to and the purchase of site. Upon vote
furnish the balance required and said Department by the Florida the following voted: Aye: Whitfield, dents average a gross salary of
furnish the balance assured of getting State Board of Health ad that Horton and the Chairman. Nay: $1,600 a term. Also the work place-
that weroad could be assured," and add getting these items should be listed on the Kennedy. Commissioner Graham ment enables a student to gain in-
the place thereof the following to- county inventory. The Clerk was stated that he did not vote on the dustrial experience, consider sev-
wit: "that Mr. Lee stated that if instructed to make up cards on said motion because he thought it was
Gulf County would appropriate items. Mr. Kennedy reported that the job of our Senator and Repre- eral areas of specialization and
$200,000.00 for construction of this the typewriter charged to the Small sentative to do this. work with people already experi-
road, that the State would assist Claims Court was in the home of The Chairman requested the At- enced in the field.
the County in obtaining the bal- Mrs. Coleman Tharp, who is the torney to prepare the proper reso- The student is not obligated to
ance of the funds required." Secretary for the Judge. He asked lution or Notice to direct the Legis-
The minutes of February 23 that a notation be made on the in- lature to enact the special legisla- work for the particular company
1965, were corrected to include the ventory card. tion and present same to Senator where he had co-op training after
following road in the secondary Commissioner Graham reported George G. Tapper and Representa- graduation.
road resolution in Priority No. 2, that the 'Civil Defense Inventory tive Ben C. Williams. students now off campus
to-wit: Old Kenney Mill Road. was made at the time Mr. A. P. Commissioner Graham discussed Among students now off campus
The Attorney was directed to pre- Jackson was appointed as director. the need for clearing walk-ways on their work period is Noble
pare an amendment to said resolu- The Chairman received a tele- from U. S. 98 to St. Joseph's Bay at Stone of Port St. Joe at NASA at
tion to include said road. gram from the State Association of the two turn-outs in the St. Joe Huntsville.
Mr. David Freeman, representa- County Commissioners requesting Beach area. The Board decided to
tive of the Gulf Life Insurance this Board to adopt a resolution do this work providing the neces-
Company, appeared before the supporting the SACC (State Asso- sary easements can be obtained. Change to $23.94.
Board and informed the Commis- ciation of County Commissioners) Commissioner Graham and Con- Page 141, Line 42: Name, A. D.
sion that the premium rates on the resolution to the State Legislature missioner Whitfield will check on Floyd; Amt. tax, $21.95; Change to
group insurance policy have been asking that all of the 7th cent gaso- easements. ,$13.97.
increased as follows, to-wit: line tax be paid over to the coun- Commissioner Horton discussed Page 183, Line 17: Name, Tiller
Class Present Rate New Rate ties to be used for road construc- the need to clean out certain alleys G. Hunter; Amt. tax, $15.76; Change
0100 7.68 10.55 tion. The Chairman stated that the in Oak Grove. The Road Depart- to, None.
0101 18.82 26.87 requested action has heretofore ment was ordered to attend to this The Sheriff reported that he has
0200 9.33 9.33 been taken by this Board. matter. Commissiofiers Kennedy appointed John T. Smith as deputy
0201 26.65 25.65 Commissioner Kennedy discussed and Horton were asked to contact sheriff, effective March 1, 1965.
Mr. Freeman explained why this this Board's action in calling for the Florida Power Corporation and
company found it necessary to in- sealed bids for tires. He stated that ask that the power poles be moved All payrolls and bills for month
crease the rates. After discussion, if the county adopts a policy that from the center of said alleys. of February were approved and
the Board asked that Mr. Freeman all tires be purchased at the state The Mosquito Control Supervisor ratified as paid.
meet with the Count employees price, there would be no need for asked if the Board intended to re- The Clerk reported the following
on Wednesday, March 10, 1965, at bids because the dealers cannot un- quest any special legislation to do balances as of March 1, 1965, to-
6:30 P. M. in the Court Room and derbid the State prices. After dis- ith garbage disposal in the coun- wit:
at that time a decision can be cussion, there was a motion by ty. The Chariman said the Board General-Fund w$66,52438
reached wth the employees and Commissioner Kennedy, seconded ul consider this matter at a Fine and Forfeiture -- $28,991.26
the Board as to whether or not the by Commissioner Horton that the later date Pest Control---------- $5,129.49
County will accept the new rates. Board adopt a policy that all tires I" .gnt prese d Road and Bridge ------ $10,638.73
The St. Josepl-Land and Develop- be purchased under the tate he Farm Agent presented his Library Fund$16,682.36
ment Company presented a plat of prices. Upon vote the following monthly report. Time Deposit --------- $117,785.49
St. Joseph's Addition, Unit No. 10, Ivoted: Aye: Kennedy and Horton. The Tax Assessor requested the There being no further business
in the City of Port St. Joe and re- Nay: None. The Chairman an- Board to approve the following the meeting was adjourned.
quested that said plat be approved nounced the motion is declared changes on the 1964 tax roll, to-wit: /s/ James .G. McDaniel,
and filed. Upon motion by Commis- dead. I Page 137, Line 32: Name, J. Chairman.
,sioner Horton, seconded by Com.. The Board directed the Clerk to Douglas Clark; Amt. tax, $31.92; Attest: /s/ George Y. Core, Clerk.2
I ~-' L L -- I I I I
His'65 Ford rides quieter.... than his Rolls-Royce
Ever since tests proved a '65 Ford LTD
could ride quieter than a Rolls-Royce,*
some people are al at sea. They just
can't believe it. Solution a no-
obligation test drive at your nearest
Ford Dealer's. Take one. You won't
find Ford a new rival of the fabulous
Rolls-Royce. But you will find it has
outstanding quality because quiet
means quality. Come see (and hear) for
New Quality 100% new body-
strongest ever on a Ford. Frame tunes
out irritating road vibration New
suspension puts a big ultrasoft coil
spring at each wheel
New Luxury LTD's 0 Decorator in-
teriors, thick nylon carpeting N Wal-
nutlike vinyl inserts on doors and in-
strument panel N Rear-seat center arm
rests, five ash trays'(4-door hardtops),
padded instrument panel
New Power 0 Big, new 289-cu. in. V-8
standard in XL's and LTD's New
BIG SIX-biggest Six in any car, std.
on other Galaxie and Custom models'
Visit your Ford Dealer and take a
test drive soon!
*Leading acoustical consultants conducted
tests in which 1965 Fords (Galaxie 500 Sedan,
XL and LTD Hardtops) with 289-cu. in. V-8
engines and automatic transmissions rode
quieter than a new Rolls-Royce. Tests were
certified by the U.S. Auto Club.
Test Drive Total Performance '65
Best year yet to go Ford!
A PRODUCT OF.C( ;r ) MOTOR COMPANY
St. Joe Motor Company
RECORDS NEEDED TO FILE for self-employed people and their should be sure to show his correct
INCOME TAX REPORTS dependents. If earnings are not cor- Social Security account number on
f-e d p e he a rectly reported, potential benefits the tax return to assure himself
Self-employed people have a .dul may be reduced or lost entirely. that he will receive full. credit for
ing their 1964 Federal income tax Carey also pointed out that if for his earnings.
returns, according to John V. some reason a self-employed person For more information regarding
Carey, Social Security District Man- failed to report self-employment taxes and tax return forms, get in
ager in Panama City, Florida. They income for 1961, he has until April touch with your local Internal
must not only complete Form 1040, 15, 1965, to make the report. After Revenue office. For information
but must also complete either that date, no credit can be given about Social Security benefits, con-
Schedule "C" or Schedule "F" to for that year. tact your Social Security office at
figure the amount of net earnings As a final reminder, Carey stat- 1135 Harrison Avenue, Panama
from their trades or businesses to ed that the self-employed person City, Florida, (telephone 763-5331).
be reported for Social Security pur-
poses. The deadline for filing the
tax returns is April 15.
Carey stated that self-employed
businessmen and farmers are re-
quired by law to report net earn-
ings from the operation of busi-
nesses and pay the Social Security
ta xif net earnings amount to $400
or more for the year.
Carey emphasized the import-
ance of completing all appropriate All 1964 Real Estate and Personal Pro-
items on the Form 1040 as well as
the Schedule "C" or "F." Prompt
and accurate reporting is essential perty Taxes are due to be paid to the
to assure Social Security protection
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322 I I IM A PM
City of Port St. Joe on or before March
31, 1965. Penalties will be applied
after this date.
CITY of PORT ST. JOE
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
^ BATTERIES i
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
with 480. She had games of 162-
145-173. Evelyn Smith added 429.
Jean Dennis bowled a 177 game
even though she felt bad with the
flu. Wynell Burke had 363. Bennie
Hunter rolled 424 for Faye's with
games of 133-145-146. Faye Gard-
ner added 352.
Team Standings: W. L.
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE St. Joe Furniture --- 80 28
Comforter's won three games Comforter's ___--- 72 36
from 13 Mile last week on lanes 1 13 Mile 52 56
and 2. Elise Rogers bowled 452 for St. Joe Laundry ------ 51 57
'omforter's with games of 169-143- Florida Bank ------- 49% 58/2
140. Lois Smith had 447 with games Nedley's 46 62
of 151-155-141. Donna Ward led 13 Glidden 41% 66
il- with4 424 Omie Rnose rlladdedpriv'c 40 68
MLLe W1i11 .m i v Lu
Glidden won two and a half
games from Nedley's on lanes 3
and 4. Evelyn Murdock had 435 for
Glidden with a high game of 184.
Jerry Freeman (sub) had 418. Myra
Hodge rolled 402 for Nedley's and
Eula Dickey (sub) had 369.
Florida National Bank won four
games from St. Joe Laundry on
:lanes 5 and 6. Connie Kirkland
bowled 418 for Florida Bank with
a high game of 162. Joy Nel Davis
added 398. Brenda Perry had 358
for the Laundry and Punk Daugh-
trey had 348.
St. Joe Furniture and Faye's
Drive-In split for two games each
,bn lanes 7 and 8. Cutchie -Brown
bowled high for St. Joe Furniture
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Business Courses In St. Joe High School
P0mv'fjp "Trnmn Fftr PrVcInn anrlO FIISR tUO
NEED A GROUND BEEF
change of pace? Try meat loaf
in a ring, dressed up with vege-
2 beaten eggs
1 cup rolled bread crumbs
1 lb. ground beef
A" b f-7 0 -
I V .W UUV Ii I ,NEN* M W MVI, UN Wiu w iV j 2 r'bsps. A.1. teaK Sauce 61-2181
SItsp.salt of F1
Do you realize that practically 17 second year students. 3/4 cup milk i county
all the printed material you see The other commercial room is ingredients in above 6313,
1Mix ingredients in above and 7
has been typed, and that much of used for bookkeeping, shorthand, order, pack in 8" ring mold. 1919;
it has been dictated and transcrib- office machines training and a gen- Bake 45 min. at 3500, turn out 1925;
on platter. Fill center of ring 24061,
ed by a secretary? According to eral business course. First year with cooked rice, peas or sau- 61-298
Thomas D. Bailey, State Superin- bookkeeping contributes to the teed mushrooms. Serves 6. Florid
tendent of Public Instruction, about general education of the student to For free leaflet of jiffy reci-
15 per cent of all employed persons provide him with training for ele- pes, "Cooking With Your Hat
in Florida are engaged in office mentary bookkeeping positions or Box1228,HartforeiConnc.0610..
work, and the number is increas- as a good foundation for those who, C
ing. wish to continue with more ad-
Prior to the thirties, business vanced studies in bookkeeping and program so that those who drop Cc
education was known as commer- accounting, out at the end of the tenth year
cial education and its subject mat- First year shorthand is basic in will have some understanding of
ter consisted largely of the three purpose, but comprehensive and in- general business practices for use
R's-shortharid, typewriting, and tensive enough that if a student is in their daily living.
bookkeeping. The primary aim of unable to take second year, he will Since there is a business side to
commercial education was prepara- have acquired some occupational practically every type of life activ-
tion for the office occupations. To- skill. Shorthand is also helpful in ity, regardless of the occupation in
day seventy percent of all type- taking notes in high school and col-- which a person may engage, busi.
writing students are taking it for lege. Second year shorthand is vo- ness education is an essential part
personal use rather than for the national in purpose and emphasis of the total school program.
office occupations, is on improving transcription pow-
The Business Education Depart- er. This includes the mechanics
meant has the obligation of prepar- of English along with the produc-
ing students for business activities tion of work acceptable to business.
on a personal-use or general basis, Office machines teaches a variety
as well as for specialized vocational of skills such as a working knowl-
training: eldge of listing, non-listing ma-
:In carrying out this obligation in chines, calculators, bookkeeping a d
the Port St. Joe High School we machines, electric typewriters, dic- i. 0 U.A L
have two commercial rooms. One taking, duplicating machines and
room is equipped with 32 typewrit- filing. Students are taught to use
ers for the purpose of training stu- ditto sheets and stencils. This class MM p @A?%!
dents in beginning typing and ad- types and mimeograhps the "Pur- i ffl
vanced typing. Beginning typing is ple Wave," the school newspaper,
available to all students in grades each month. Along with skills, de-
nine through twelve. We have sirable work habits and attitudes
three beginning classes with a to- required by employers are stressed.
tal enrollment of 93. At the end A course in general business is
of the year those students who offered this year for the first time
,have maintained a high standard as a full credit course. It gives a M 1W S and B
are recommended for a second basic business background of value
year in typing, which is vocational to every student. It. should be of-
in purpose. This year there are fered early enough in the school A h, U I I E
CHEVELLE by Chevrolet
No other car of its size offers more
4 protective steel inner fenders
keyless locking doors
separate body and frame units
. a battery-saving Delcotron generator
a four-position ignition switch
a Full Coil suspension system
* curved side windows
* a 9-step acrylic lacquer finish
* flush-and-dry rocker panels
* self-adjusting brakes
* bonded brake linings
No matter how you look at it, this car makes a curved side windows for extra shoulder room.
lot of sense. Great front and rear leg room. Those four, five or
If you're interested in value (and who isn't), six passengers have it made. And so do you.
the eleven features above give you a good idea Chevelle may seat like a big car but it handles
why more intermediate-size car buyers are think- like a smaller car.
ing Chevelle. Comfort? Thick wall-to-wall carpeting in Mal-
If you're looking for a wide power choice, ibu models. Foam-cushioned seats. Easy-to-read
Chevelle starts out with a standard discover the ins panel. The whole interior
120-hp Six, an ideal city performer s looks like those in cars costing far more.
After that you may order from a variety difference Come on down to our showroom and
of engines that turn it into an even take a drive soon. Chevelle begins to
greater highway performer. make even more sense after you've gone
Room? Large door openings. Wide a couple of miles.
Drive something really new- discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's
Chevrolet* Chevelle Chevy ffl Corvair Corvette
Jim Cooper Motor Company, Inc.
Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965
' i ato-. .... .. . .-'
or even a touch-u!" \FE
SIZES 8 TO
SIZES 29 TO 42
Yes, these new slacks actually press them-
selves as they dry thanks to Koratron
Company's patented process. The sharp
creases are built-in so are the smooth
seams and trim shape. We tested them
here at Carp's washed them 10 times
in a commercial laundry and they came
out just like new! Choose from black, olive
or natural. Lady, don't forget throw
that iron away!
LOOK FOR THIS LABEL!
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS!
Look for the KORA-
TRON Seal... your
guarantee of PERMANENT PRESS
in Shape, Crease and Seams!
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^ I Ir i' -------~1-r ~ --- - I
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN-
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: TRODUCE LOCAL OR SPECIAL
Sis hereby given of intention CHAPTER 61-2212, LAWS OF
)ly to the 1965 Session of the FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1961.
la Legislature for passage of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
t relating to Gulf, Frankl T NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
t relating to Gulf, Franklin there will be introduced in the
[akulla counties; providing a 1965 Session of the Florida Legis-
rm law regulating the seafood lature a local or special law amend-
ishing industries in the wat- ing Chapter 61-2212, Laws of Flor-
said counties; providing pen- ida, Acts of 1961, which created a
repealing chapters 1276 p special water and sewer district in
15230, 1931; 16444 and 16445, the area of the unincorporated com-
17933 and 18560, 1937; 21249 munity of Highland View. The pur-
250, 1941; 23952 and 2 4076pose of said act is to create a gas
1250, 1941;and 252 and 24076, district in the area and provide for
25251 and 25257, 1949; 63-997,
iws of Florida relating to a gas distribution system and au-
ounty; chapters 4796, 1899t thorize the Board of Commission-
ounty ; chapters 4796, 1921; ers of the Highland View Water
and 9440, 1923; 10553687, 1921; and Sewer District to acquire, con.
1927; 14057, 1929; 15216, struct, own, manage, lease, sell,
164299 16430 and 16431, 1933 maintain, extend, and finance a gas
1935; 17933 and 18540, 1937; distribution system for the use and
and 212487933 and 18540, 1937;benefit of the public in said com-
1947; 59-1295; 61632, munity; and to authorize the dis-
147; 59-12 ; 61-632; 1 trict to issue and sell revenue cer-
7; 61-2182; 61-2183; 61-2184; tificates or bonds payable solely
5; 61-2190; 63-657, all Laws from the revenues of the system
orida relating to Franklin and defining the other powers and
'; and chapters 5785, 1907; ap defining the other powers and
1911; 7127, 1915;7614, 7615 privileges of the Board of Com-
'616, 1917; 8207 and 8394, missioners of said district.
8853 and 8855, 1921; 11320, P. T. McCormick, Chairman,
1793nd3, 855, 19213 141, Highland View Water and
17933, 1937; 21093, 1941; Sewer District.
1947; 31346, 1955; 61-1625; ewer District.
0; 63-597; 63-794, all Laws of
a relating to Wakulla county. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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.
3APTIST TRAINING UNION .-----....--. 6:15 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
.r aye b
I naT mc vac~~ r
When you have a Ptescription
filled do you take a few pill$
or a few spoonfuls and then
put it on the shelf and forget
about it? If you do, you are
jeopardizing your health. Follow |
your Doctor's instructions to
the letter-take all of the Pre
scription. -Then 0o back to your
doctor. He'll tell you whether
or not to have the Prescription
toefilled. Other e a too many
half-filled bottles In medicine
chests, mute testimony that YOU
PAll) for your doctor's advice
and didn't follow it You might
SPreScription as to take only a
part of it. The most important
business we have is filling your
Doctor's Presription. Your most
important job isi 0s it.
i~d~d fr yor doctor avio
Buzzelt's brug Store
Drive-In Window Service b
817 Williams Ave.
(Continuea From Page 1)
the vacated space. It wilebe a relac
tively simple matter, Mr. Dodson
said, to adapt the ground floor of
the present bank building to the
telephone company's needs.
The new bank will be built to
handle six times its present vol-
ume, the president pointed out.
Economic forecasts indicate a rap-
id growth ahead for Port St. Joe
and the southern part of Gulf
County, he said, and the bank, as
well as the telephone company, is
planning for the future to be in a
position to meet the community's
expanding needs as this growth
The land that lies between the
bank site and the Bay, which in-
cludes the tennis court and pier,
will continue as a public park and
playground under a lease -to the
(Continued From Page 1)
chee and a small area of southern
Georgia on the north. This includes
all of Gulf, Franklin, Calhoun and
Liberty counties, and parts of
Jackson, Gadsden- Wakulla and
Bay Counties in Florida ,as well as
a part of Decatur County, Georgia.
In the consolidation move, the cus-
tomer office on Reid Avenue will
be moved to the new telephone
headquarters. Customers will be
able to use the present bank park-
ing lot, and pay their bills at the
drive-in window or, after hours, at
the night depository.
(Continued From Page 1)
dent of the Port St. Joe-Gulf Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce request-
ing the county to ask for special
legislation to enable the county to
give funds to the Chamber for ad-
vertising of Gulf County and its
resources. This request was tabled
until the next meeting.
A letter from the Association of
County Commissioners requested
the county to furnish the Associa-
tion with figures of secondary road
costs and county road construction
costs to use in the attempt to se-
cure the seventh cent gas tax for
use by the counties. Commissioner
Leo Kennedy reported. that street
paving in Gulf under the second-
ary program was averaging $43,-
000 per mile in Port St. Joe; $53,-
000 per mile in Wewahitchkit and
$49,800 per mile on the beaches
with engineering costs not figured
in the totals. He said that the coun-
ty had constructed a mile long soil
cement road for $13,600 including
engineering costs. These Tigares
and cost figures on other 'county
road projects are to be sent to the
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Floyd, Jr.,
from Manchester, Ga., visited last
w'eek-end with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Floyd, Sr., and Mr.
'and Mrs. James Stafford. .,
THE STAR, Port St. JeGi, Pl THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 ritS in the first inning off four
hits. Wewahitchka's Frank Suber
limited the Sharks to only two
Sharks Win From Wewa; Drop Another more safeties during the remainder
of the game.
Game To Rutherford; Double Header Fri. After the ig first, the remainder
t of the game was a pitchers duel
The Port St. Joe Sharks dropped threat in the bottom of the sev- between Suber and Mike White.
White had a perfect no-hitter until
their second game in a. row to the enth when Nichols led off with a the last man he faced in the sev-
Rutherford Rams last Saturday af- double and moved to third on a enth. White walked three batters
ternoon in Centennial field, losing sacrifice bunt by White. He was during the game.
8-0. stranded on third, however, when Johnny Richter led the Sharks at
Buddy Smith was charged with the next batter grounded out to the the plate with two hits. Johnny
his second loss of the season as he Ifirst baseman ending the game. Walker picked up a double and
went five and two-thirds innings, Junior Nichols, David Dickey and
giving up eight hits for the eight The Sharks picked up their first David Wood each hit singles.
runs. Smith was relieved by Mike victory of the young season Mon- .o ...
White who faced five Rutherford day .night, defeating Wewahitchka The Sharks will play a double
batters in one-and a third innings, at Centennial Field 4-p. hea a will meet Ba
Port St. Joe made its only serious The Sharks picked up their four header Friday 3:30 p.m. he Sharks willmeet Bay
High at 3:30 p.m. the Sharks will
ruie~I. Ddy J1511. 'U(LU XUIb Pnfpr
DINE AND DANCE
Apalachicola Across the Bridge
Seafood and Steaks Our Specialty
Open Tuesday, W@dnleday, 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
if PF', IIN LIGHTNIN'
T-riI5 1 [THF- PL-AL WC-IR WH OON5l4INE
FLOWS L114E WAER IN I' YOUR. lI.F
AINJ'T \RRTIR A PLUGGW h4Cl(eLr j-lj4
100 WF-AP- A 3ADQE
-,--- STARTS 7:30 P.M. -
NOW PLAYING THROUGH FRIDAY, MARCH 26
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
iw**' THE MIFISCH C-',PPOC ATLN p.-
DEAN MARTIN KIM NOVAK
aw UWCOW*M W \THIS PICTURE
AD UT S ONLYj
FELICIA FARR CLIFF OSMOND `LL WILDER'
BILLY WILDER, I.A.L DIAMOND ALEXANDER TRAUNER
'EORGEIlRAGERSIHWIN- ANDREREVIN PAIfM NLOPERT PICURES COPORATONM
T H. E ATR
STARTS 7:30 P.M.
SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
MARCH 27, 28, 29 and 30
NO. 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
meet Day Hign. oac orera
plans to pitch either White or Rich-
ter. Friday night at 8:00 p.m.,
the Sharks will meet Quincy, their
first conference foe of the season.
Probably Buddy Smith will be on
Both games will be played at
Green Stamp Truck Visits Piggly Wiggly
Pictured above is the S&H Green Stamp premium truck which
was in Port St. Joe Tuesday' of this week in front of the Piggly
Wiggly Super Market. The truck displayed stamp premiums.
Tickets On Sale for
Tickets are now on sale for the
Dixie Youth baseball chicken bar',
becue which will be served -on
Saturday, April 3. For tickets con-
tact any player, manager or offi-
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment, downstairs. 509 10th St.
Woodrow Shoots, 615 Garrison. Ip
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom cottage,
furnished, at Beach. 2 bedroom
duplex, unfurnished and 1 bedroom
house furnished, in town. See
Smith's Pharmacy, Phone 7-5111.
FOR RENT: New, 1 bedroom fur-
nished house with la.ge porch.
On St. Joe Beach. -$55.00 month.
Call 648-3472. tfc-2-11
DODSON SPEAKS TO DCT
The D.C.T. Club of Port St. Joe
High School had Walter Dodson as
a guest speaker, Monday, March 15.
Mr. Dodson spoke on the value
of a good credit rating and the
bank system in general. liH handeL
out material to give, facts about'
the bank and ourselves.
This was a very informative
talk and all felt that they benefit-
ted greatly from it.
DIXIE YOUTH TRYOUTS
WILL BEGIN MONDAY
The Dixie Youth baseball league
tryouts will start Monday afternoon
and will be held through Thursday,
April 1 at the Dixie Youth fields:
on 10th Street. All boys of Dixie
Youth age, 8 through 12, are urged:
to be present at the tryouts if they,
wish to make a team.
INCOME TAX SERVICE: Othe,
tax work, also. Bookkeeping ser-
vice. Phone 648-3506. Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. (Chuck) Gibson. lltc-1-14
LOWER TAX RATES
Changes in deductions. You
INCOME TAX SERVICE
J. D. Clark 1017:Long Ave.
24 Years Experience
-- ~The umpires meeting was held
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Tuesday, March 23, 7:30 p. m., at
COURT, GULF COUNTY, the Parish House.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Mrs. Parker will be in charge 6f
In Re: Estate of the concession stand again, this
E. M. WARD, year with Hubert White OG assis-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS tant. They need help l1A the oper-
All creditors of the estate of action of the consessibt stand, so be
E. M. WARD, deceased, are here- ready to voluntet your services
by notified and required to file when they call on you to do so.
any claims or demands which they
have against said estate in the Of- .This is a very vital part of the
fice of the County Judge ot G~ul baseball program and needs the
County, Florida, in the Couftlhbose cooperation of everyone to make
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within it a success.
six calendar months from the date
of the first publication of this The complete schedule of Dixie
Notice. Each claim or demand must Youth baseball will be found in an-
be in writing and must state the other column. Dates for both the
place of residence and post office American and Ndtional Leagues are
address of the claimant and mustli
be sworn to by the claimant, his listed.
agent, or his attorney ,or it will
become void according to law. NOTICE
Dated this 5th day of March, As of March 18, I Will not, be
1965. responsible for debts made by any-
1/s RALPH W. WARD, one othdi than those approved per-
Executor of the Estate of sonally by me.
E. M. Ward, Deceased. ROY PEAK 4tp-3-18
Silas R. Stone,
321 Reid -' venue,
Port St. Joe, Florida,
Attorney for Executor.
Mar. 11-18-25, Apr. 1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN-
TRODUCE LOCAL OR SPECIAL
LEGISLATION AFFECTING THE
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUC-
TION OF GULF COUNTY, FLOR-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that there will be introduced in
the 1965 Session of the Florida Le-
gislature a local or special law af-
fecting the Board of Public Instruc-
tion of Gulf County, Florida. The
purpose of said act is an act relat- hoi h lt Ph
ing to the acquisition of land, con- FOR SALE: Choice beach lots. Ph
struction, erection, building, en- 648-4340. tfc-325
larging and improving of school
buildings and related facilities and FOR SALE: Clean 2 bedroom house
the furnishing and equipping of with garage and deep well. Lo-
said school facilities by the Board cated at Howard Creek. Good hunt-
of Public Instruction of Gulf Coun- ing and fishing. Call 785-7881, Pan-
ty, Florida; authorizing the issu- ama City. 2p-3-18
ance of certificates of indebtedness
or revenue' bonds payable from a FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom mason-
part of the race track funds accru- ry home. Take up payments. In
ing annually to Gulf County, Flor- White City. Call 227-7998. ltp
ida, and allocated to the Board of
Public Instruction, and providing FOR SALE, Property at White City
for an effective dae. I Contact Grover Holland at Flor-
BEN C. WILLIAMS, ida National Bank for information.
---------- FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN. ling at Oak Grove. Citizens' Fed-
TRODUCE LOCAL OR SPECIAL eral Savings ;lAd Loan Association.
LEGISLATION AFFECTING THE
D I S T RI B UTION OF RACE FOR SALE:. Thr-e bedroom house.
TRACK FUNDS RECEIVED BY HardwoRAd tloos, built in electric
GULF C 0 UN TY, FLORIDA, appliancesb, built in heating system,
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 550, c ain lihk fene6. years 61d. For
FLORIDA STATOTES, 1963. information teall 2788341. t-fc22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that there will be ifitroduced ill FOR SALE : 1963 I~onda 0 -mdtor-
the 1965 Session of the Florida Le- cycle. Like new condition. Com-
gislature a local or special law re- pletely rebuilt. $250:00. Phone 227-
lating to the distribution of the 4611 or see Bob Ellzey.
race track funds accruing to Gulf
County, pursuant to Chapter 550, FOR SALE:: 6 Yom -house, hot and
Florida Statutes; and providing for cold water, 2 car shed, wash shed
a larger allocation obf said riae on beautiful lan-dscaped lot, 50x150
track funds to the Board of Public all fenced. -150 off highway 98.
Instruction of Gulf County, Flor- Will have new bridge across bay
ida; and repealing any laws in on- in 1965. Will sell -for cash less
flict therewith, and providing for than the price of a.g god trailer
an effective date. house. See at 6 -l18th St., P. 0.
BEN C. WILLIALMS, Box 683, Apalachietla, 4tp33-4
Representative HOUSE FOR SAE ldck Wouse, 3
.NOTICE OF LEGISLATION bedrooms, 1% baths, carport,
TO WHOM IT M SAY CNCE'fRN: hain link tence, buiilt-ih kitchen,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .arpeting, 'glass show-
Notice is hereby given of intention wall dtoW n bath rotin, -glassshow-
to apply to the 1965 Session of the er doers ein bath room, new gas
Florida Legislature for passage o f $100'0 t dn epamxent. -108 West-
an act relating to Glf county; cott Circle or ca -223291.
viding monthly payments to certaicot Circleor call -2293291.
retired county officials for life; ap- ~OR S]AL: 'B y 6wi*r,::3'bddroom
prbpriating funds; providing 'an masonry-h6me. LOcated on .Mar-
effective date. vin Ave. Phone 2294486. -tfc-115
BEN C. WILLIAMS
.______ W FOR S'AL: Large niblile home
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION lots at Mexico Beach on- canal.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Stop paying rent. Own your own.
Notice is hereby given of'ifitentioi Only $13.15' cash and $13.15 mo.
to apply to the 1965 Session'of the Less -than rent. R. L. Fortner, at
Florida Legislature for passage of phone 648-3241. tfc-1-21
an act relating to Gulf-county; au- OR SALE:A tiful ot75x
theorizing and directing the board FOR SALE:' beautiful lot, 75x
thorizing and codirecting theban d 100 ft. About 150 feet. froni free
ty board of public instruction :to boat landing in Meeks Subdivision
contribute a portion of the cost of on North side of Dead' Lakes. 1
mile from Wewahitchka. No city
group hospitalization insurance for
employees; repealing chapter 63- taxes. Cheap. For cash.' Write P.
1362, Laws of Florida; providing an O. Box 683, Apalab icdla. 3tp-10
effective date. FOR SALE or RENT;-I Large (over
BEN C. WILLIAMS 1200 sq. ft.) house on St. Joe
Beach. Has 3 bedrooms, spacious
,'-: 'NTES living room, dining room and kit-
PINES chen. A beautiful h'dlise. J. D.
Clark. Phone 227-7771. tfc-3-10
S and Tall FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
SIn .Florida's ed first floor apartment. Phone
KITCHEN CABINETS:. Let us in-
stall a set of factory built cabi-
nets complete with 1 piece formica
top. Phone 227-8811. tfc-3-25
WOOD WORKS -Screen doors,
picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St.
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
THERE WILL 'BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
and third Thursday at TD00 pnm.
BILL J. RICH, W. M.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
further information or write P. 'O.
Who followed us to our new location at
the old City Cafe
DUE TO EXPANSION
For your convenience, 'we will be
CLOSED SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Jake & Pauline
MOVING? Your MA&r LOWER
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished man is as near as your telephone.
apartment. 1503 -Moniiment Ave. Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
Call 227-7816. tfc-2-18 ANCE AGENCY, across from the
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- Post Office. Local and Long Dis-
ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone tace Movng Free Estimates.
227-8642. tfc-12-17 HE
... HELP WANTED: Person wanted
FOR RENT: Bisiness property on to supply Rawleigh products to
Highway '8. With living quarters consumers in Gulf County or part
conected. Phote 229-1361. tfc-8-6 St. Joe. Good time to start. Write
.Rawleigh FAB 100 28, Memphis,
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 212 Tenn. 3tp-3-10
9th St. -Phone 227-4551. tfc 3
FOR SALE: Upright Hobart-Cable HELP WANTED: Part time or full
piano. $100. Phone 227-4551. tf: time salesman for Fuller Brush
in Gulf and Franklin County. Call
F-OR SALE: 17' Higgins Runabout. 653-6792 in Apalachicola. 2tc-3-18
130 hp Chrysler, fast 22' Trojan
half cabin with cockpit controls. FOR THE BEST place to buy, sell,
150 hp Interceptor. Fast 22'x9' rent or trade. See Elizabeth W ,-
Houseboat, sleeps 4, shower, toilet, Thompson, Mgr., Emerson Sweat,
galley, dinette. Forward controls Realtor, Mexico Beach Branch Of-
for outboard. Sawyer Boat Works. fice, 19th St., and Hwy. 98. Phone
Phone 653-4891, Apalachicola, Fla. 648-4545. tfc-3-4
FOR SALE: Renault Dauphine, 19-
61 model. Clean, low mileage.
Good condition, L.C. Carter, St.
"Joe Beach. 2tc-3-11
GOOD USED TV's, Good selection.
From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra-
dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone
227-4081. tfc 12-17
Damaged in shipment, 3 zig-zag
sewing machines. $32.50 or pay-
ment of $1.25. Write P. O. Box 308,
Port St. Joe. 8tc-3-18
TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex-
perience. Office in Dalkeith.
For appointment call Wewa 639-
2415, R. L. Capps. pd-4-15
WANTEDTOO BUY: Good used
furniture. Call us for highest
prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
ST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfc
REWARD: $25.00 for a new 3 hp
Johnson motor that was stolen
from the St. Joe Boat Basin Satur-
day night 3-20-65. Contact Bill Carr
Phone 227-8111. Itc
PERSON WANTED to supply Raw-
leigh products to consumers in
Gulf County or Port St. Joe. oGod
time to start. Write Rawleigh FA-
B 100 28, Memphis, Tenn. 2tp
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
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