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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965 NUMBER 30
DENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM TREATS 34 CHILDREN
The Port St. Joe Rxtary dental health program
will be completed today, with the completion of
dental work on 34 csachiren from the first through
the third :grades. All ldf the patients are students
of the HigThlTarid -Tiw :Elementary School.
This program has !been a project of the Rotary
Club for the last two years and well over 250 Gulf
County children :have received needed dental care
as a Tza'i'f t~re p ~gram.
he -iesent ihase of the dental care program
"en i has
has been underway since February, with Dr. Rob-
ert King doing the work on his days off.
Pictured above with the last of the patients,
treated last Thursday, standing behind the young
patients, leftto right, are: Chauncey Costin, Rotary
president; Cecil Curry project chairman; Ed Ram-
sey and J. P. ,Fleishel project committeemen, and
Dr. Robert King and his office assistant, Mrs. Doug
Baldwin. / -Star Photo
It appears 'ftat St. Joseph Pe-
Tinsula Staite.Park will be ex--
panided,jven b tore it is built.
This tpossibilityccame into be-
ing this past week with a letter
from (&overror Haydon Burns to
Congressman 'Bob Sikes, From
fbe text of Burns' letter, Sikes
G overnmenrt'ownedd property on
The Peninsula would soon be
made available for sale to the
Honorable Robert L. F. Sikes
'Tlis -will .acknowledge your
thoughtful letter of February 2,
advising that man additional 1,-
747.14 acres on St. Joseph Penin-
sula, in Gulf County, is soon to
be (delared 'smurilus by the De-
partment of the Army, and may
become available for acquisition
byf hiBe Atdte.
I have discussed :this matter
with staff ,officials concerned
with outdoor recreational devel-
opment in Florida, and am ad-
vised that this -tract is ideally
suited for such purposes. Toge-,
ther with the -property already
under development tby.the state
on St. Jseph -Peninsula, this
tract would provide -a .source of
almost unparalleled recreational
opportunity for this .rapidly
growing Gulff Coast .ar.ea.
When we are officially notified
of its availability, I will immed-
iately request the Florida Out-
door Recreational Plarming -Com-
mittee to proceed with plans for
Whereas ,the youth of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, has plaia-
ned .for the annual City Officials
Whereas, the teenagers have
planned a youth week dance for
the right of. April 24, 1965, at
the Centennial Building; and
Whereass. the youth of our
town-need recognition by the
City and the citizens of Port St.
Therefore, I, Frank Hannon
Mayor of Port Saint Joe, Gulf
County, State of Florida ,do here-
by proclaim the week of April
18 to 24, 1965 ,as Youth Week of
Port Saint Joe, Florida.
It Witness Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
to be affixed the official seal of
the City'of Port Saint Joe, Coun-
ty of Gulf, State of Florida, on
the 6th day of April in the year
of our Lord, 1965.
FRANK HANNON, Mayor,
City of Port Saint Joe,
acquiring this valuable tract of:
Your efforts in behalf of all
'Florida are, as always, greatly
This infunrmaiion waV1-.A'nmshed
Trhe Star by Sena'or George Tap-
Athletic Awards Are
Presented at Banquet
The annual athletic banquet and
awards dinner was held in the Port
St. Joe High School Lunch Room
Tuesday night with members of
tl football and basketball teams
and their dates as guests of honor.
Four 'awards were made in each
sport, sponsored by local industry
and the-High School.
Receiving the Most Improved
Player award presented by St. Joe
Paper Company in football was
Charles Zimmerman. In basketball
Jake Belin received the trophy. The
awards were made by Harry Tison.
Leadership Award was given by
Michigan Chemical Corporation to
Bob Craig in football and Bob
Craig and Bill Versiga in basket-
ball. The awards were made by
Sportsmanship Awards, present-
ed by the Glidden. Company went
to Norton Kilbourn in football and
Al Cathey in basketball. These
awards were given by George Wim-
SMost Valuable Player Award,
given by the High School went to
Al Cathey in football and Randy
Weston. Coach Bobby Brown made
Jeff Savage, faculty advisor for
athletics at FSU was the speaker.
Hd chose for his subject, "What
Makes An Athlete". Savage also
showed a film of the 1965 Gator
Bowl game between FSU and Ok-
City Making Plans for
The Mayor and City Commis-
sion voted Tuesday night to
make the last two weeks of April
annual Clean-Up, Paint-Up and
Fix-Up Weeks in Port St. Joe.
This annual observance is de-
signed to encourage residents to
keep our City presentable, neat
and clean for our enjoyment and
to put a good foot forward for
visitors who come to Port St.
The City Commission will be
asking for your cooperation in
Mrs. Sally Costin
Mrs. Sally Guerry Costin, age 88,
a pioneer of Port St. Joe, passed
away yesterday morning in a Tal-
lahassee Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Costin had been a resident
of Port St. Joe since 1910.
Funeral services will be held
Friday morning at 10:00 A.M. from
the First Methodist Church with
Rev. T. S. Harris, officiating.
Interment will be in Jehu Cem-
Mrs. Costin is survived by two
sons, Cecil G;, Sr., and Chauncey
L., both of Port St. Joe; three
daughters, Mrs. T. S. Gibson of
Huntsville, Ala., Mrs. Ruth Soule
of Panama City and Mrs. Naomi
Brock of Charleston, S, C.; 13
grandchildren and 20 great grand-
Comforter Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Hospital oof Is
Point of Discussion
Discussion came up again Tues-
day night concerning the deterior-
ation of the roof on the Municipal
At the last meeting of the Board
Mayor Hannon had appointed Com-
missioner Barrier to inspect the
roof and make recommendations
to the Board.
Commissioner Barrier reported
that the roof was a sprayed-on ce-
ment type roof and was cracking,
; -"w allowing the building'to-leak. It
was his opinion that the entire
Sroof would have to be replaced to
)f L an d provide satisfactory service.
Attorney Costin informed the
A 7 Z Z Board that he had already began
proceedings with the roofing com-
Spany's ending company 'to secure
Restitution for the roof, but that
$ A00 000na settlement would likely take as
$200,000 Into long as six months .
t Clerk Williams said that the
P iht P rk" City.w'orkmen had P hcbed some
I 0 of the worse spots .on the.'.roof, but
n a k session ondy eve- that the type roof on the building
In ,a vwrk :sessionAMonday eve- .akes it hard io patch.
ning, the Gulf County Commission makes it hard to patch.
worked up a plan to provide mon- Commissioner Nedley said that
ey for paving an access road to the City should go ahead and re-
SL Joseph Peninsula State Park. place the roof and worry about
e C h b i settlement with the bonding com-
The County has been informed
by he State Road Department that The Board decided to get some
Gulf county will be expected to advise from roofing contractors on
pcy $200,000 of the cost of the what was the best avenue of cor-
-road. reaction before making a move.
In Monday's session, the mem- -
bers ,of the Board agreed for
Gulf to pay the $200,000 in pay-
Road Fund money.
Attorney William J. Rish was
instructed by the members to in.
form Senator George Tapp -. and
Representative Ben C. Williams of
this decision and to assure the leg.
islative delegation that the action
v would be officially verified at the
next meeting of the Board, which
is Tuesday of next week.
Jaycees Host Area
Teen Driver Roadeo
The Port St. Joe Jaycees will be
hosts to the district Teen-Age Driv-
ing Roadeo this Saturday morning.
The contest will begin at 10 a. m.
and will be conducted on the Port
St. Joe High School parking lot.
Andy Trammell, local first place
winner, will represent Port St Joe
in the District contest.
Of Waterfront Property
Members of the City Commission,
especially Commissioner John Rob-
ert Smith became concerned Tues-
day night with acquiring a per-
manent access to St. Joseph Bay
for the City of Port St. Joe. '
Smith said that in his opinion,
St. Joseph's Bay was Port St. Joe's
only tourist attraction facility and
that in his opinion the City should
have an access to the Bay, owned
by the City, to guarantee perman-
ent access to the Bay waters and
its recreational potential.
Along these lines Smith suggest-
ed that the City purchase the cur-
rent park property being used by
the City at the end of Fifth Street.
He pointed out that a boat landing
was already established and a slip
dredged into the bay.
This property is currently, and
has been for at least 25 years, used
by the City on a lease from the St.
Joe Paper Company. The lease is
cancellable with 60 days notice.
Commissioner Coldewey t h e n
took the floor to state that in the
first place, this property was very
valuable, with a price tag of $200
a front foot, at the present time.
In the second place he offered the
opinion that the present park on
the Bay was too small for the city'
at present and would allow no room
for growth. He also pointed out
that: the city is bound to grow and
the only areas.for growth are. away
from the present park, which
would eventually .locat; ,it* away-
from the-bulk of the "population. '
Coldewey suggested that if the
City wanted waterfront property
for such purposes that they con-
s i d e r purchasing a sufficient
amount of property for such pur-
poses on the Bay out near Consti-
tution Park. Coldewey urged that
the Commission think ahead. He as-
serted that the City is going to
grow and predicted a population
of around 30,000 within 10 years.
Coldewey reminded the City
Board that the City Limits will
need to be expanded with growth
and urged that this fact be kept
As a result of the 45 minute
discussion on the matter, Mayor
Frank Hannon appointed Commis-
"sioners John Robert Smith and T.
S. Coldewey to investigate the pos-
sibility of purchasing waterfront
property on the bay for park pur-
poses and try to ascertain locations,
acreage and price and report to the
Port St. Joe's Band boosted their spirits in portation with white shoe polish before they left
order to take a qualifying rating at the district town. Above is'a sample of preparation for their
festival last week end by decorating their trans- successful trip last Saturday. -photo by Fite
Band Earns Trip To State Contest
Port St. Joe's High School
Band made itself eligible to en-
ter the state contest in Daytona
Beach on April 29 and 30 and
March 1, by turning in a superb
performance in Monticello at the
district contest last week end.
The band brought home two
"Superior" ratings, in concert
and marching and an "Excellent"
rating in sight reading to qual-
ify themselves for state compe-
Bandmaster Herman Dean says
that plans are now under way to
finance the trip to Daytona and
the contest. To defray some of
the expense, a request has been
made to the School Board for
school bus transportation. Dean
estimates that the cost for the
students will be $14.00 or $15.00
each, to make the trip.
Part of the money raising ac-
tivities, will be the presentation
of a concert either before or af-
ter the state meet.
Dean said that not only did
the members do themselves very
proud with their musical per-
formance, but their deportment
performance was also excellent.
The band and Dean want to
thank Mrs. L. C. Carter and Mrs.
Julian Wiley for their chaperone
duties and Mrs. E. L. Antley and
Sam Hardy for bus driving du-
Catches Season's First Ling
Wallace Beasley, English instructor at Port St. Joe High School
caught the first ling of the season last Tuesday afternoon from the
Mexico Beach Fishing Pier. Beasley said the fish weighed 40 pounds
and he was caught on an eight-pound test.spinning rig. The fisher.
man was using one of those little red and white do-jiggers with a
thing-a-majig in the front. -Star photo
Garden Club's Flower
Show Sfturday, Sunday
Members of the Port St. Joe Gar- hibitor's choice. Fresh plant ma-
den Club extend a cordial invita- trial. Niche: 36" x 28" x 18".
tion to the public to attend the Eligible for Tri-color. Light green
flower show at the Centennial background, 42" high.
Building this Saturday and Sunday Division III
afternoons. Educational exhibits.
The event will be opened to the The public is invited to place
public Saturday from 2 to 8 p. m. exhibits in any of the divisions.
and Sunday from 1;.to 5 p. m. I
The theme of the show will be
Easter Parade and will feature two
divisions: Horticulture and Artistic
The show will be arranged as
Section 1: Potted Plants; Section
2: Annuals; Section 3: Perennials
and Roses. This will include all
types of house plants (flowering or
foliage) and cut flowers grown by
the exhibitor. .
Class 1. Easter Sunrise-A tri-
angle arrangement of pastel flow-
ers using spike, flowers to repre-
sent rays of rising sun. Blue-gray
background. Niche: 36" x 28" x
18'" 42" from floor.
Class 2. Easter Morning Break-
fast-Small horizontal arrangement
of gaily colored flowers and artifi-
cial grapes. Niche: 32" x 28" x 18".
Light green background, 42" from
floor. Eligible for Tri-color.
Class 3. Easter Church Service-
Vertical arrangement of all white
flowers with foliage. White or
green container. Niche: 36" x 28"
x 18". 42" from the floor. Light
green background. Eligible for Tri-
Class 4. Egg Hunt-Whimsical
arrangement of crescent design
with accessary of rabbit, eggs or
chicken or combination. Niche: 32"
x 28" x 18". Light green back-
ground 42" high. Eligible for Tri-
color if fresh plant material pre-
Class 5. Walk On the Beach-
Arrangement featuring weathered
wood. Design to be determined by
line of wood. All fresh plant ma-
terial. Niche: 36" x 28" x 18". Light
green background 42" high. Elig-
ible for Tri-color if fresh material
Class 6. There Will Always Be
Another Easter-Original futuris-
tic design including a bird or birds
(may include mobiles). Line of ex-
Dixie Youth League
Begins Play Monday
The Dixie Youth baseball teams
have been busy this week practic-
ing and getting into shape to open
their 1965 season next Monday.
The season will get underway
with the Boxers vs. the Hard Stars
in the American League and Rotary
vs. Ford Western in the National
Schedule for the remainder of
the week for both leagues is as
American League: Tuesday, April
13, Dozers vs. Sockys. Thursday,
Hard Stars vs. Dozers. Friday,
Sockys vs. Boxers.
National League: Tuesday, April
13, Rockets vs. Krafties. Thursday,
Ford Western vs Rockets and Fri-
day, Krafties vs Rotary at night.
With the exception of the Friday
game in the National League, all
games will begin at 5:00 p. m. until
school is out. All night games will
begin at 7:30 p. m.
Ben Williams Will Meet
Representative Ben C. Williams
has announced that he will hold
additional meetings to discuss
legislation coming up in the
present session of the Legislature
in both Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka this week-end.
Williams will hold public meet.
ings in Port St. Joe City Hall Fri-
day night at 7:30 p. m.
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.
m., c.s.t., Williams will hold a
similar public meeting in Wewa-
The Representative will have
with him a copy of all the pro-
posed local bills that he plans to
try and get passed in the current
Everyone is invited to attend
either or both sessions.
Expansion of Penins
Seen With Release (
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965
MINUTES of the
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION
Wewahitchka, Florida, ed by the county ditch.
March 23, 1965. Mr. S. C. Pridgeon appeared be-
The Board of County Commis- fore the Board and asked when the
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, County intended to correct the
met this date in regular session right of way on the County road
with the following members pres- through his property at White City.
ent; James G. McDaniel, Chairman, The Board promised that this prob-
Leo Kennedy, ;Walter Graham, lem would be taken care of in the
James C. Horton, and T. D. Whit- very near future.
field. The Clerk,- Sheriff, Attorney Dr. J. Harland Paul, M.D., ap-
and Road Superintenden t were also peared before the Board and re-
present. quested the commission to consider
The meeting came to order at him as an applicant for the posi-
6:30 P. M. The attorney opened the tion of Gulf County Health Officer.
meeting with prayer. He discussed his qualifications and
Mrs. L. S. Bissett, Jr., appeared past history. The Chairman said
before the Board and presented a that the Board requires time to
written proposal offering five sep- consider this matter. The Doctor
aate tracts of land as possible sites was requested to place his applica-
for the new. Court House and Jail tion with the Board and it will be
in the City of Port St. Joe. After considered after discussing same
considering these -proposals, the with Franklin County.
Board thanked Mr. Bissett and ad- Mr. Max W. Kilbourn appeared
vised him that the Board would before the Board and informed the
consider these offers. After discus- Commission that there is a dis-
sion there was a motion by Corn- crepancy in the description of the
missioner Kennedy, seconded by county road running from the State
Commissioner Graham that this Highway at Overstreet to the Shan-
matter be tabled until the Board non property; that this should be
has time to make a study of the made by the County because the
proposals.' The following voted County constructed the road on
Aye: Kennedy, Graham, Horton private property and not where the
and Whitfield. Nay: Chairman. right of' way easement called for.
Commissioner Horton moved that After discussion, there was a mo-
the Board advertise for not less tion by Commissioner Graham, sec-
than 40 acres of land to be used as onded by Commissioner Whitfield
the new site for the Courthouse that the County employ Max W.
and Jail in the City of Port St. Joe, Kilburn to survey the centerline of
Florida, and that bids be received the present road in order that cor-
until April 13, 1965. Motion sec- rected deeds may be obtained. The
ended by Commissioner Whitfield. following voted: Aye: Graham,
Upon vote the following voted:- Whitfield, Horton; and Kennedy.
Aye: Horton, Whitfield, and the Nay: None.
Chairman. Nay: Graham and Ken- The Board discussed the Wel-
nedy. fare funds after which the name of
Mr George W. Cooper appeared Ressie Porter was added to the In-
before the Board and urged the digent list for $10.00 per month
County to do something about the and also placed her name on the
damage to his property on the Mother's pension roll at $6.00 per
Chipola River Cutof caused by the month. The Board did then approve
Mosquito Control drainage ditch. the list as paid last month with
He said that the Board promised the additions to be paid April 1,
bim last year that this situation 1965.
would be corrected, but to date, Commissioner Graham reported
nothing has been done. After dis- that the janitor at the Port St. Joe
cussion, Commissioner Horton and Health Center has resigned and
Commissioner Whitfield stated that that he has another man ready to
if the old board had planned to take over' this job. After discus-
correct this situation, that they sion the Board directed Commis-
wanted to back up any previous sioner Graham to employ a janitor
commitments. The Board unani- at the Health Center.
mously agreed that the County It was reported that additional
would correct this problem as caus-art work is required on the "Coun-
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Mr. Grady Booth appeared before
the Board and urged the Commis-
sioners to enter the commodity
program in order to help all those
citizens in the county that are liv- By Hervey Sharpe, Editor Agricul-
ing on social security. He told of tural Extension Service
the need for such a program and Gardening is like taking pictures
suggested a building that could be
used as a warehouse. After discus- -you can get overexposure during
sion ,the Chairman stated that the bright sunny weather.
county checked into this program
and at that time decided not to So take it easy this spring and
enter the program, however, at time your activities for success in
some later date the county may see both activities.
its way Commisisoner toennedy discussit. Early in the morning is best for
Commisisoner Kennedy discuss-
ed the county placing fill dirt on gardening, before picture taking
private property and urged that time. Of course, gardening takes a
this policy be discontinued. After bit longer than clicking a shutter.
much discussion, the Board agreed But, don't shudder at gardening
not to give dirt to anyone, unless
it is voted on at a regular Board chores because you'll pose a poor
meeting. image for the neighbors.
There was a motion by Commis-' The easiest way to get in physi-
sioner Kennedy, seconded by Com- cal shape for gardening is to make
missioner Graham and unanimous- a few lazy inspection trips around
ly carried, that the Board will not theyard. You'll also be condition
accept any free dirt or borrow pit ard. You'll also be condition-
from any person until a proper
agreement to give said dirt to the request of this Board to widen the
county has been executed by the intersecting road between State
owner and said agreement accept- Highway S-382 and the old Kenney
ed at a regular Board meeting. Mill Road at their point of inter-
The Board received a resolution section and the passing lanes at
from the Port St. Joe-Gulf County DuPont Drive leadingto the Hos-
Chamber of Commerce requesting pital in Port St. Joe was not fixed
Special Legislation granting the according to the resolution pre-
county commissioners authority to sented by this Board and whatha s
appropriate $6,000.00 annually for been done is not satisfactory. After
the promotion and advertising of discussion, the Board decided to
Gulf County and that $5,000.00 of discuss this matter with the Proj-
said fund be furnished annually to ect Engineer of the State Road De-
the Port St. Joe-Gulf County Cham- apartment.
ber of Commerce. After discussion, The Attorney notified the Com-
this was tabled until the next meet- mission that this Board has here-
ing. tofore requested its Engineer to
The State Association of County work up a five year plan for de-
Commissioners requested the per- velopment of the proposed county
mile cost of any county road built park at Beacon Hill; that Since the
by the Gulf County Road Depart- Board does not now have the serv-
ment and the cost for secondary ices of an Engineer, the Gulf Coun-
roads built by the State Road De- ty Historical Commission has
apartment; said information to be agreed to make the necessary plan
used in an effort to have the Legis- in order that the county may file
lature to" enact a law giving the its application for the United States
counties the 7th cent gasoline tax. Government to release said land to
After discussion ,the Board direct- the County. The Board did then
ed that this information be mailed request the Gulf County Historical
to the proper officers of said asso, Commission to prepare said plan.
ciation. There being no other business,
Pursuant to Notice,advertised ac- the meeting adjourned.
cording t to law to receive sealed /s/ James G. McDaniel,
bids to sell Gulf County new and Chairman.
recap tires and tubes, the following Attest:
submitted bids: Goodyear Service /s / George Y. Core, Clerk.
Store, Panama City; Wewa Hard-
ware Company, Wewahitchka;
Pate's Shell Service Center, Port
St. Joe, and Sportsman Service Sta-
tion, Wewahitchka. All new tires
and tubes 'were bid at the state
prices. After considering all bids,
there was a motion by Commission-
er Graham, seconded by Commis-
sioner Whitfield, and upon vote
was unanimously carried that all
re-caps be purchased from Sports-
man Service Station and Pate's
Shell Service Center ,each supply-
ing an equal amount by price and
that all new tires and tubes be pur-
chased from Wewa Hardware Com-
pany, and Pate's Shell Service Cen,
ter, each supplying an equal
amount by price.
Commissioner Horton asked if
anything had been done about ob-
taining a survey for a new street
that Mr. W. C. Forehand wants the
county to construct for him. The R
State Road Department has been
requested to survey said street but
no answer has been received at this
Commissioner Graharih informed
the Board that the State Road De-
partment has not complied with the
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ing the neighbors so they will not
criticize when trickles of salty per-
spiration slows your work to a
Inspect the azaleas. Make a note
of the ones that gave you the best
blossoms. Praise the thrifty plants
that are growing with neglect. Cri-
ticize the azaleas that look puny
and can't hold a set of green leaves.
The latter plants should be dis-
carded. Often you can palm these
second-rate plants off on second-
rate friends who are proud owners
of a new first-rate house mortgage.
It's a good time to trim hedges.
Trimming while growth is still suc-
culent results in better shaped
plants with thicker growth. Remove
enough old wood in early-flowering
shrubs to keep new shoots coming
up from the ground. Pinch new
growing parts to make them branch
for that full-bodied look.
You can still plant gladioli for
blooms 80 to 90 days hence. But if
you plant now, Experiment Station
Horticulturist R. D. Dickey says put
them where they'll get light, broken
shade when they start blooming.
Otherwise the hot summer sun will
fade the blooms. The same holds
true for daylilies and other flower-
Gerberas, or transvaal daisies,
are a good bet for colorful bouquets
-and they are easy to grow. They
are vigorous, deep-rooted and re-
sistant to insects and drought. The
large, but delicate, daisy-like flow-
ers range in color from white to
cream, yellow, orange and red and
have excellent keeping qualities.
April is a good time to plant di-
visions from larger clumps of ger-
beras. Don't cover crowns when
planting or plants will tend to rot
WI i en te rains come.
Triple the water on daylilies
while they're blooming. Not only
will you get more flowers, but
plants will multiply faster.
Dreaded black spot disease of
roses usually shows up about this
time. The best preventive is week-
ly applications of chemicals, for
chemicals recommended for your
area, contact your county agent.
Lawns need water and some pam-
pering at this time. Light applica-
tions of fertilizer every month dur-
ing spring flush are better than a
heavy root-killing application two
or three times a year.
The amount of plant food to ap-
ply depends on the soil and the
lawn grass. But in general be as
stingy with the fertilizer as you
would if you were scattering dimes
on the lawn.
Replant bare spots in the lawn
by setting runners. They will cover
rapidly, if watered often. Keep
winter grasses mowed closely to
prevent formation of seed and to
allow more light to the permanent
grasses. Mow the grass often to pre-
vent weeds from taking over the
Annuals that can be planted now
include aster, balsam, blue lace-
flower, celosia, cosmos, crotalaria,
cypress-vine, dahlia, floss flower,
globe amaranth, gourd, marigold,
morning-glory, sunflower, tagetes,
tithonia and wishbone flower.
For window boxes try alyssum,
CARD OF THANKS
When we think of our hospital
we so often think of just a build-
ing. Suppose we go inside this
building and see what we find. We
find a wonderful staff of nurses
and skilled physicians giving of
their time, patience and skill to the
welfare of others. We find a well
qualified dietitian preparing just
the right meals for each patient.
We find a very efficient house-
keeper who keeps the building
spick and span at all times. We
find many others always going
about their respective jobs. I want
inside our hospital and found all
this and much more. May we al-
ways be mindful of the untiring
effort of these good people. May I
\say with love, thanks a million for
everything done for me. Thanks to
my many friends and loved ones
for their visits, cards and words
of comfort, and may I never grow
weary of doing the things I should
do for others.
Mrs. Henry Ayers.
balsam, begonia, carnation, cuphea,
cupflower, double English daisy,
floss flower, lobelia, rose-moss,
nasturtium, phlox, verbena or wish-
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS, D.D, Minister
Church School 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .11:00 A.M.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M.
Bible Study (Wednesday) .-.................... 7:30'P.M.
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Graduating Seniors Of Teaching In College Prep Class
The Navy has authorized the
Navy recruiting service to enlist A very interesting program was stressed.
applicants in Naval Reserve who presented to the Port St. Joe Rotary Robin Downs talked of the philo-
are seniors in high school and who Club last Thursday when the Junior sophical aspects of the class in
desire to complete their high College Preparatory Class of Port which the students study the works
school education before going to St. Joe High School presented the of such authors as Tolstoy, Shake-
Sactive duty. A delay of up to 120 program. The program was a typi- speare, Aristotle and other think-
days allows the enlistee to com- cal class scene in which the stu- ers and offer their opinions of the
plete high school after enlisting be- dents enter into thinking sessions writers and their subjects in class
fore being assigned to active duty. on different problems and situa- isssi and hw the ies o -
After graduation, and within the, tions. The classes for the most part
120 day period, the Navy man will are informal.. ed in the past can be applied to
report-to active duty for a period To begin the program, five-min- today. Downs said that the class
of four years. When he reports for ute talks on the procedure of the teaches the student to refrain from
active duty he may choose to class were given by Jo Ann Fite forming opinions before both the
change to the regular Navy or re- and Robin Downs. Miss Fite talked pro and con are known. He offered
Main in the Naval Reserve on ac- on the performance,of the class. In the opinion that this capability
tive duty for his four year enlist- her words ,the class is "different." would better prepare the student
ment. Many regular Navy advanced The objective of the course is to to better meet adversity and make
training programs are available to teach a student not what to think a 'choice by teaching them to
high school graduates. I but how to think. The class is de- reason.
iAlthough the delayed active duty- signed to teach the students the After the talks the class mem-
program is designed primarily for four basic and important skills of bers present, Jo Ann Fite, Robin
high school or vocational school reading, writing, listening and Downs, Barbara Lewis, Jacque
seniors, or junior college men, I talking and how to use these tools Price, Dennis Dawson and Jeroms
other qualified applicants, not in to their best advantage. Tests are Barnes, entered into the ttype dis-
Sschool, and desiring enlistment of the composition type and are cusion period encountered in their
with a delay in assignment to ac- taken at home, with the entire class class work.
Strive duty, may take advantage of period devoted to the study and in The class is taught by Wallace
this authority. mastering, of the four skills Beasley.
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Two From Port St.
Joe To Graduate
More than 3,600 University of
Florida students-1,469 candidates
for degrees from the current tri-
mester and 2,150 students who have
earned degrees since May, 1964-
will be recognized at the Univer-
sity's annual commencement cere-
monies April 26.
The University awarded 1,398
bachelor degrees and 752 degrees
through the Graduate School, in-
cluding 141 doctorates, in the
spring and fall trimesters of 1964.
Candidates for degrees at the
end of the winter trimester April
23 number 1,160 undergraduate
students and 309 at the graduate
level, including 80 doctoral candi-
The College of Arts and Sciences
leads the other schools and col-
leges within the University with
339 candidates, followed by the
College of Education with 238 and
the College of Engineering with
The formal commencement pro-
cessional begins at 8:30 a. m. with
ceremonies starting at 9 a. m. in
Florida Gymnasium. Baccalaureate.
is scheduled at 7:30 p. m. April 25
at Florida Field.
The winter trimester candidates
from Port St. Joe are Norman
Buchert, BEE, and John Howard
Eating Habits Of
Gulf and Liberty County resi-
dents will take part in a nationwide
survey of American eating habits
being made by the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, according to
National Analysts, Inc., of Philadel-
phia, who will conduct the personal
Survey results, according to Sec-
retary of Agriculture Orville L.
Freeman, will be of value to many
public and private agencies and in-
dividuals, including Congress, Fed-
eral agencies, the food industry and
educators. The information pro-
duced will help guide farm and
food policies. It will provide an ap-
praisal of the nutrient adequacy,
Paid Under S. S.
When a worker in your family
dies, some member of the family
should inquire at the nearest So-
cial Security office to see if bene-
fits may be payable, John V. Carey,
Social Security District Manager in
Panama City, advises. The Social
Security Administration can help
ot partially replace income loss
caused by the death of the head of
Nine out of 10 young American
children and their mothers can
count on survivors benefits to keep
the family together if the bread-
winner dies, Carey stated. Surviv-
ors benefits may be payable to
young children when a working
mother dies, even though the father
is the family's primary source of
The average benefit paid to a
widowed mother with two children
is about $193 per month, the bene-
fit payable to a family ranges from
$60 to $254 per month, Carey con-
If you want to know more about
Social Security for the families of
deceased workers, visit, write, or
telephone your Social Security of-
fice at 1135 Harrison Avenue (tele-
phone 763-5331). The people there
will be glad to give you any infor-
mation or assistance you need.
of diets in the United States and
be the basis for consumer educa-
Each homemaker interviewed
will be asked to supply specific in-
formation on every type of food
used in the household during the
week preceding the interview.
Among items requested will be the
quantity used, whether the food
was purchased or obtained other-
wise, and the price paid for pur-
chased food. Other information to
be obtained includes expenditures
for food eaten away from home,
the number and age of persons eat-
ing from household food supplies,
their relationship to- the household
head, and the number of meals
eaten. Food management practices
such as canning and freezing will
also be noted.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965
Published Evry Thursday-At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
DIAL 227-3161 PosTOFFICE Box 308
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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lo not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount. received for such
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtful1"
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
rinces. The spoken word is lost; tha printed word remains.
ANOTHER STEP IN PROVIDING PARK ROAD
We must publicly offer our approval for action contem-
plated by the County Commission as the result of a work-
shop sessiod6 Monday night of this week.
At this work session, the County Board has worked out
a formula for furnishing payment for a road needed to the
St. Joseph State Park site on St. Joseph Peninsula. For the
past year and a half, the state has tried to get started with
construction of a state park on the Point, over $250,000 of
which is available to be spent now, as soon as an access road
can lie provided.
We must defend the seemingly slow action by the County
Board in seeing that these necessary road funds are made
available. On several occasions in the past year, the Board
has been led to believe that money for such construction
could be obtained from the State and Federal Government,
without using funds that can and are used for local purposes.
This was proper, we think, for them to investigate this pos-
sibility of financing before using local funds which were so
urgently needed at home.
The Board has now been assured by those who make the
House to House Cancer Crusade
Goes Over Goal Set for Project
Dedicated Cancer Crusaders, over
one hundred and thirty-five strong,
have completed a successful "house
MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE TELLS
RESULTS OF CANCER DRIVE
The House-to-House Cancer Cru-
sade in N. Port St. Joe was-spon-
sored by the Ministerial Alliance.
Mrs. Johnest Pace, Chairman.
has announced the following con-
tributions for a total of $245.05.
First Born Church -------- $39.00
Zion Fair Baptist --------- 63.00
Baptist Church ---------- 38.25
New Bethel A. M. E. ------ 13.00
New Bethel Baptist -------- 10.00
Church of God in Christ_-- 13.25
Apostles Holiness Church -- 4.77
Union Baptist 15.25
Union A. M. E. 20.00
Washington High School --- 14.22
Benefit Game Ends
Coach Brown and the Intramural
Board sponsored a basketball game,
Senior Boys vs. the 1965-66 Boys,
March 31. The proceeds were do-
nated to the American Cancer So-
The senior boys made their last
appearance before a capacity
crowd. The seniors won.
Approximately $90 was turned
over to Cecil Curry, president of
the Gulf County,unit of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, who thanked
all for joining the fight against
decisions that Gult County must pay ror a portion or tne' As part of the public education
road through their own funds in addition to some moneys program, Mrs. Catherine Ivey,
available from State and other sources. chairman of the Public Education
The County Board in their work session Monday agreed program; Miss Dismuke's girls
to provide a sum of $25,000 each year out of Gulf's share of physical education class and Mrs.
McConnell's art enrichment class
the Secondary Road Fund to finance a portion of the road. sponsored a poster contest. During
This avenue was approved by the State Road Department and hilf time prizes were awarded by
should expedite the construction of the road and hance the Walter Dodson, treasurer of the
construction of the park. Gulf County unit, to winners of the
It isn't fully realized as yet just how much this park cancer poster contest. First pribe,
Miss Ivy Terrell; second prize, Miss
will mean to the economy of Gulf County. We have been told Miss Ivy Terrell; second prize, Miss
by Florida Park Service people familiar with the attractions Karen Powell.
of such a park that the Peninsula State Park will amount to '
one of the biggest industries in Gulf County. From theirL SERVICE LIFE
NATIONAL SERVICE LIFE
claims, we believe the people of Gulf County can look forward INSURANCE FOR SALE
to the "park season" just as the beach people look forward to
the "beach season" and its lucrative results. St. Petersburg, Fla.-M. T. Dixon
of the Florida Department of Vet-
We commend the County Board for their decision to erans Affairs, would like to call to
pursue such a plan to insure Gulf County of this welcome the attention of all veterans that
addition to the "fun in the sun" facilities already abounding an opportunity to secure National
in the county. Service Life Insurance for a period
of one year, starting May 1, 1965,
1 JOB FOR PARENTS ONLY has now been made available to
three groups of disabled veterans
All too often, something-for-nothing is worth just what who were heretofore ineligible for
it costs. But this month, local savings and loan association National Service life Insurance by
members of The Savings and Loan Foundation have a book- reason of military service after Oc-
let for parents that is free for the asking and worth more tober 7, 1940 and before January 1,
1957. The three groups are (1)
.than its weight in forbidden gold. those veterans who have a service
If you are slightly skeptical, consider for a moment what connected disability but are other-
it might have meant to you if someone had told your parents wise insurable; (2) those veterans
that you should have an allowance at the age of four or five who have a service connected dis-
-suggesting how much, and how it should be increased as ability which renders them unin-
you grew older! And all this based on the unequivocal surable but who otherwise cculd
show good health; (3) those veter-
declaration that: "The child should be allowed to spend his ans who are uninsurable because of
money as he pleases." a non-service connected disability
But this soundly-based, authoritative guide-"What You and who are unable to obtain com-
Should Tell Your Child- About Money," should mean even mercial life insurance at substand-
more now to most of today's parents. In these topsyturvy ard rates ts tt a
Dixon suggests that all interested
days when we are confused no end about our national pros- veterans should get in touch with
perity and our national poverty at the same time, the con- their Veteran County Service Offi-
tinuing problem of guiding a youngster's attitude toward cer, or write him at P. 0. Box 1437,
money and developing his competence in handling it involve St. Petersburg, after April 1, 1965.
considerably more than the question of how much you should
give him. Midget Investments That Yield
Child guiladce authorities, Frances L. Ilg, M.D., and Louise Gi nt Retns
Bates Ames, Ph.D. of the Gesell Institute of Child Develop- Gant Retu
ment point out in an introduction strong points developed in**'
the book-such as: /RE N
"The way parents talk about money in general, and the I AS E *1 '
way they treat things of value that represent expenditure of I RESU LT-
money, create lasting impressions. But neither extreme 1,,
cavalier disregard or undue, reverence for money-is desir-
"... learning to buy wisely can be quite as important as
learning to save.
"Even spending 'foolishly' and running out of money can
be part of the whole development learning to 'treat'
friends is important Some can treat their friends but
can't accept treats themselves.
"Keep in mind that there are tremendous individual
differences in children Some are extremely saving. ... I
Another may be a born spendthrift. Another may just not '
be very much interested in money."
A line we like in the body of the text says: ". .. no one CLASSIFIED ADS!
is in a better position than parents to teach a child the es-
sentials of money management while he is growing up." THE STA R
Further on there is a catechism by which parents can test
Perhaps it's a mistake to give this book away. If it PHONE 7-3161
weren't free, it would be a best-seller!
to house" canvass, sending total
receipts soaring to $1,663. This is
far over the $1,250 goal set for
this one phase of the fund raising
campaign of the Gulf County Unit
of the American Cancer Society
carried on in April.
These volunteer workers covered
the southern end of Gulf County
from Simmons Bayou to Beacon
Hill and included Mexico Beach.
Their purpose was two-fold: to dis-
tribute leaflets with life-saving in-
formation and other facts about
the fight against cancer, and the
raising of funds to help carry on
Of the total (in round figures)
$76.00 was raised in Ward Ridge
Oak Grove, Simmons Bayou and
Jones Homestead; $995 in Port St
Joe; $245 in North St. Joe; $52 ir
Highland View and St. Joe Lumber
Co area; $130 in St. Joe Beach
Highway 98, Beacon Hill and Over
street; $38 in White City and $11'
in Mexico Beach.
Thanks for success of campaign
are due the public who gave so gen
erously and to all crusaders and
Anyone not contacted by a cru
sader may send his contribution to
Walter Dodson, Treasurer of the
Gulf County Unit of the American
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THRIFT SHOP NEEDS ITEMS CARD OF THANKS
Anyone having clothing or other I want to thank Dr. W. F. Wager,
merchandise to donate for sale at the nurses and all the staff at the
the Thrift Shop, please contact one Municipal Hospital for their kind-I
of these ladies: Mrs. Milton An- ness shown me during my stay
person, Mrs. Leonard Belin ,or Mrs. there, and many thanks to all the
Bob Congleton. friends for visits, cards, flowers
Following are the workers for and prayers.
Saturday, April 10: Mrs. George Dalals J. Pressley.-"'
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New Luxury LTD's Decorator in-
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New Power Big, new 289-cu. in. V-8
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tapers nestled in greenery and the
family pews were marked by white
The bride, given in marriage by
E her father, was lovely in a wedding
gown of bridal satin. The fitted
bodice was styled with a bateau
neckline, appliques of Alencon
lace and tiny seed pearls extend-
i ng from the bodice front down on
the bell-shaped skirt. The detach-
able chapel train featured a but-
terfly bow sash.
S -H.' er veil of silk illusion was at-
., tached to a double crown of lace
and iridescent seed pearls.
She carried a white lace covered
Bible and a cascade of white But-
terfly roses, interspersed with tufts
of tulle, pearl hearts and lilies-of-
S the-valley, centered with a purple
S throated white orchid, streamers of
white satin ribbon and lace knots.
S" Her jewelry,was a single strand
of pearls, a gift from the groom.
Miss Janice Dorch of Pensacola,
a cousin of the bride, was chosen
S as maid of honor. She was attired
in a street length dress of pink
--., '- 4 peau de soie satin with_-a fitted
..- Y2 bodice featuring a bateau neckline
'. and short sleeves.A semi bell-shap-
>' ed overskirt fell gracefully into
'- j soft pleats complimented by a self
bow at the front waist line. Her
Bell Is Married headpiece was fashioned of match-
ing tulle attached to a braided
I L st S y crown of peau de soie with tiny
snell Last Sunday seed pearls.
S ndShe carried pink carnations and
Thee" and "God, Who Touchest American Beauty roses styled in- a
Earth With Beauty." The "Lord's slight hogart curve interspersed
Prayer" was sung as the couple with tulle and satin ribbons with
knelt on a white satin covered long streamers.
prayer bench. Serving as bridesmaids were Mrs.
Marriage vows were exchanged Owen Presnell of Greenwood, Ind.,
before an altar decorated with Mrs. Ray Stinson, Miss Willie Mae
bridal flowers of chrysanthemums, Giles of Port St. Joe, and Miss
gladioli and pom pons set in a Sheppard of Tallahassee. They were
background of greenery and flank- dressed identically to the honor
ed by four seven branch candelabra attendant.
holding burning white tapers. A Miss Linda Newsom, daughter of
three Ibranch candelabra holding Mr. and Mrs. Griffen Newsom of
two burning tapers were used. at Vernon, a cousin of the bride,
the conclusion of the' ceremony, as served as flower girl. She was
the couple together lighted the dressed identical to the bride. She
single candle from the two signi- carried a white lace basket with
fying the, joinizig of the two lives, streamers of satin and a cluster of
Window recesses held burning lilies-of-the-valley and nylon butter-
Ladies Suits and
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flies attached to the handle. guests as they entered the recep-
Ring bearer for the double ring tion room.
ceremony was Kevin Presnell, son Traditional rice bags were given
of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Presnell of out by Brenda Newson, cousin of
Greenwood, Ind., nephew of the. the bride, and Melody Smith.
groom. Mrs. Presnell chose for her trav-
He carried the rings on a white eling costume a yellow printed
heart-shaped satin pillow.
Robert Hutchins served as best crepe -dress with a matching yel-
man and groomsmen were Bobby low sleeveless -A-line coat, with
Bell and Lonnie Bell, Jr., brothers black patent accessories. Her cor-
of the bride, Owen Presnell, broth- sage was a white orchid lifted
er of the groom, and Kenneth Set- from her bridal bouquet.
tlemire. The bride is a graduate of Port
Serving as candle lighters were St. Joe High School and Jones Col-
Wayne Neel, son of Mr. and Mrs. lege in Jacksonville. She is pres-
Sam Neel of Carrabelle, cousin of ently employed at the Florida Na-
the bride, and Jerry Padgett, son of tional Bank at Port St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. George Padgett, also The groom is a graduate of Port
cousins of the bride. St. Joe High School. He received
Mrs. Bell chose for her daugh- his Bachelor's degree in Building
ter's wedding a sheath dress of Construction at Auburn University,
light blue silk linen. Her acces- Auburn, Ala., and is now affiliated
series were of matching color. Her with St. Joe Paper Co.
corsage was of white roses. After a wedding trip to the
Mrs. Presnell, mother of the mountains Mr. and Mrs. Presnell
bridegraam, wore a green lace will reside in Port St. Joe.
dress with matching accessories. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Her corsage was also of white roses. Mrs. Ellis Dorch of PensacoYa, Mr.
The maternal grandmother of and Mrs. G. H. Bell of Jacksonville,
the bride, Mrs. G. W. Padgett, wore' Mrs. Lucy PaT-r:ch and L. C., Ver-
a beige dress with matching jacket.! non, Mrs. John Cook, Vernon, Mr.
Her corsage was of white carna- wrl Mrs. Griffin Newsom, Brenda
tions. Mrs. Ethel Holliday, maternal and Linda of Vernon, Mrs. Guy
grandmother of the groom, wore a "snell, Panama City, Mrs. Estelle
pink lace dress. Her corsage was Willard, Greensboro, N. C., Mrs.
also of whte carnations. Carl Hall, Ellicotte, Maryland, Miss
also of white carnations.Tallahassee,
The reception was held, in the Patricia Galrien of Tallahassee,
choir room of the church. The Pe-v--Presnell, Panama City, Mrs.
bride's table was covered with a R. H. Marlin, Bloomington, Ind.,
pink cloth overlaid by white or- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dodson, Talla-
gandy and was centered with a hassee, Mrs. Lucy Larsen, Gulf
four-tiered wedding cake, lavished i Breeze, Miss Sigrid Goss, Panama
with white icing wedding bells and City, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dorch,
lilies-of-the-valley, topped with the Panama City, Mrs. Ados Holliday,
traditional bride and groom. I Louise and Harvey, and Mr. and
Silver candelabra holding pinkMrs. Wilton Harp, Abbeville, Ala.
Silver candelabra holding pink
tapers and pink carnations and
American Beauty roses were at
either end of the table. The punch
table had crystal appointments and
the bowl held pink-colored punch
with a floating gardenia.
Following the cutting of the calke
by the couple, cake was served by
Mrs. Jerry Barnes and Mrs. Bill
The punch bowl was presided
over by Miss Norma Hobbs and
Mrs. James Gibson. Assisting were
Mrs. Sarah Herring and Mrs. L. W.
Mrs. Tony Barbee registered the
STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965
Joins Husband In Spain
Glenda Kennedy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Burkett, left
Tuesday, March 30, to join her-
husband, James Kennedy, Son of
Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Kennedy,
in Rota, Spain, for three years.
SCHEDULED APRIL 11
The annual Whitfield Family re-
union will be held at the Commun-
ity Building in Wewahitchka on
April 11 at 9:00 a.m.
All friends and relatives of the
family are invited to attend and
bring a basket lunch.
JIMMY DOZIER PROJECTIONIST
Jimmy Dozier, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Barfield of Port St.
Joe, Joined Martin Theatres, Inc.,
this week as the projector at the
Port Theatre, it was announced by
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Miss Barbara Joyce
To John Bascom Pre
Miss Barbara Joyce Bell and John
Bascom Presnell were united in
marriage at three o'clock in the
afternoon, Sunday, April 4th, in
the First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe. The Rev. C. Byron Smith
officiated during the impressive
double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. .Lonnie Bell, Sr., and the
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. L. Presnell, all of Port St.
While guests assembled a pro-
gram of prenuptial music was pre-
sented by Miss Sarah Linda Rich-
ardson, organist, who also accom-
panied Mr. Douglas Kurlee as he
sang "Oh Master Let Us Walk With
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GOLDEN AGERS ATTEND
FIRST METHODIST REVIVAL
Golden Agers met Monday night
at 7:00 p.m. and went in a body to
the First Methodist Church to at-
tend the revival services currently
Sixteen members attended.
The next meeting will be at the
Stac House on April 19 at 7:30 p.m.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
Miss Britt's-winning exhibit was
S a model of the solar system show-
ing the relationship of the planets
to one another, their orbits and
The regional fair was held at the
S. S Chipola Junior College in Marianna.
Several local and talented stu-
dents entered the fair in Marianna
including Robin Downs, Gary
Hutchins, Karol Alsteatter, Dianna
Dawson and Jeanine Britt.
Dianna Dawson also boosted Port
St. Joe High School's stock by
bringing home a third, place ribbon
in the Health and Medicine cate-
All of these students had enter-
S MISS JEANINE BRITT ed impressive exhibits in the an-
... Science Fair Winner nual Port St. Joe High School
I Attending the state science fair
ein Orlando this week-end along
SSciene Fair with Miss Britt will be approximate-
At Science Fair ly 340 students from over the state
to enter their exhibits also.
Miss Jeanine Britt, daughter of The Science Fair program is
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Britt of Port St. based on sound educational prin-
Joe, took first place honors at the ciples. It allows the student free-
tegional Science Fair held in Ma- domn to select the project on which
rianna March 19-20. This honor en- he wishes to work. Through the
titles Miss Britt to compete in the studies of the principles of his
State Science Fair which is being chosen project, he acquires a fun-
held in Orlando today through damental understanding of the
facts and techniques involved. The
element of competition encourages
the student to do his best.
Objectives of the program are:
1. To offer an opportunity for
the display of scientific talent, and
to recognize this talent.
2. To encourage the students to
attempt organized research.
3. To provide for an exchange
of ideas between students and
teachers from various schools.
4. To focus student, teacher and
public attention on science and
5. To motivate students seeking
careers in science and mathematics.
The State Science Fair is spon-
sored by the Florida Foundation
for Future Scientists.
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi held their preferential
tea Sunday, April 4 in the home
of Mrs. Bob Freeman. Rushees at-
tending were Ruth Patterson, Mar-
garet Biggs, Frances Williams and
Jo Brown. Tea was served by the
president, Pauline McGill, and de-
lightful refreshments were enjoyed
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
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Wedding Party Is
Honored At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Presnell chose
the Fellowship Hall of the First
Baptist Church as the scene of a
buffet dinner honoring Miss Bar-
bara Bell and John Presnell on the
eve of their wedding. Co-hostesses
were Mrs. T. D. Hutchins and Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this oppor-
tunity to show our most heart-felt
appreciation to the many friends,
priests, ministers and all who help-
ed so much with their acts of kind-
ness and prayers during the ill-
ness and passing of our beloved
sister and aunt, Nellie Shove.
:Especially to Dr. Wayne Hendrix
and the entire hospital staff, we
are so humble, words cannot ex-
press our true appreciation.
The food, cards, flowers and the
spiritual lift we needed most was
greatly shown by so many.
May God bless you all.
Mrs. Geneva Wentworth
Mrs. Lester M. Reeves and
W. F. Johnson.
The buffet table was overlaid
with an exquisite white linen
cloth with maderia inserts. Center-
ing the table was a footed antique
silver bowl containing a traditional
arrangement of peace roses nested
into a background of cherokee rose
buds. Entwined wedding bands
formed a silhouette against the ra-
diating clusters of roses inter-
spersed.with a cool sweep of ivy.
The bride's table was enhanced
by dainty pink tulle rice bags un-
der crystal candelabrum holding
burning pink tapers. This arrange-
ment was flanked by doves and
encircled by an exquisite arrange-
ment of white cherokee roses with
streamers of white satin ribbon
caught with love knots and lilies of
Pink azaleas and greenery, en-
folding a crystal candelabra hold-
ing burning pink tapers, lavishly
spilled forth with ivy and bridal
wreath running the length, oq each
table where the guests were seated.
The bride and bridegroom chose
this festive occasion to.favor their
attendants with personal gifts.
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The Long Avenue Baptist Church
announces two visiting speakers for
their worship services this Sunday,
April 11. Dr. Richard E. Morley,
President of Gulf Coast Junior Col-
lege of Panama City, will speak
during the morning worship serv-
ice at 11 a. m. Mr. Morley is a Bap-
The Reverend Dan Thomas, Dis-
trict Missionary for the Florida
Baptist Convention, will speak dur-
in gthe evening worship service at
8 p m. The Reverend Thomas is
wel known among Baptist of West
The Reverend J. C. Odum, pas-
tor of the local church, invites the.
people of Port St. Joe to come and
hear these visiting speakers. Mr:
Odum is in Augusta, Georgia, this
week assisting the Bayvale Baptist
Church in a revival meeting.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
f ta l tlI. Lu Lt e IIIm e1U' L At St. Joseph's Church, at eleven
family. We spare no effort o'clock at night on the day before
that lin aiding ytou wth Easter, April seventeenth, this Eas-
that lasting and thought ter Vigil will be conducted. The
Sbon fire at the doors of the church,
Comforter representing the presence of Christ,
will be ignited by George Small,
Funeral Home Jr. This fire recalls the symbol God
S601 Long Avene has used of his presence in the
P601 ong Avenue burning bush on Sinai, and in the
Phone 227-3511 pillar of fire through .the desert.
Serving Gulf County The kindling of fire from a flint-
Since 1946 stone is, therefore, a vivid image
of Christ's new presence among
men: as the spark leaps from the
flint, so He arose from His rock
Ed Bandjough, Ellis Stevens, Joe
Dowd and Bob Vervaeke will pre-
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965 p .
SEaster Vigil Scheduled By St.
Joseph's For April 17, 11:00 P. M.
S- Have you discovered the new sent the readings from
$ Easter Vigil yet? If not you have a Exodus, Isaias and .Deu
treat in store for you. Those who centering the focus around
autiful tribute have taken part in it were greatly term of baptism, by which
stirred by it, making it among the of Christ .was first give
Pe ali d highest religious experiences of These ld Tetament ev
Personalized their lives. They could well under- us ho od Testamentd
stand the words of Pope Pius XII: us how God prepared u
Serv e "The Easter Vigil is a thing of my sin torise with Christ.
heart. I am sure it will be the foun- Ed ward Everat Lawsot
time of sadness every dation of a spiritual renewal in the Edward Everat Lawsoc
comfort is extremely im- Church." baptised, and all in the ch
ing this candle-lignt service will be
invited to renew their own baptis
rhal vows to the risen Christ.
Father Paul Hogarty, pastor o
St. Joseph's Church, will intone the
triumphant doxology to begin the
Midnight Mass in celebration o:
Christ's resurrection. The prayers
of worship will be sung by all th(
people from the Mass for Christian
Unity by the eminent Dutch com
poser Jan Vermulst. They wil lbe
assisted by the University of Flor
ida School of Music choir under
the direction of Dr. Walter Jamvs
with an ensemble of cellos, vio
lins and trombones.
What is so wonderful about the
Easter Vigil? It is dramatic for one
thing, yet restrained and simple
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And it is tremendously alive. It
renews the whole mystery of re-
demption right before our eyes.
Not as state history, not as a thrill-
ing spectacle merely, but as a liv-
ing shared reality. We "experience"
the resurrection with our Lord.
Christ rises from the grave, and we
His members are raised up togeth-
er with Him into a new and more
profoundly Christian life.
Though the Catholic Church
building is small and seats only
one hundred and twenty people,
Father Hogarty extends an invita-
tion to the Easter Vigil to one and
all, on a first come first seated
basis. A second worship service
Easter Sunday morning at eleven
o'clock is arranged for the chil-
f Special Meeting At Oak
s Grove Assembly of God
n Rev. Houston Miles, director of
- Youth Work of the West Florida
e District of the Assemblies of God,
- and Evangelist Richard Ronsisvale,
r outstanding gospel singer who for-
s merely was associated with the Ital-
- ian Gospel Trio, are to be speakers
in three nights of special meetings
e at the Oak Grove Assembly of God
e Church. Evangelist Ronsisvale will
. also sing in the meetings.
These services are scheduled for
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights of this week and are to be-
gin at 7:30 p. m. These meetings
are jointly sponsored by the As-
semblies of God Churches located
in Gulf and Franklin Counties.
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
On lanes 1 and 2 Pate's and West
Florida Gas split two and two with
Mary L. High for Pate's with a 480
series, Linda R. 351, Debbie T. 338
and Mary P. 270. Wynell B. (sub)
was high for West Florida Gas with
a 437 series, Alice M. 416 and Aline
Amison's took three games from
Whitfield Strikers on lanes 3 and
4 with Louis S. high for Amison's
with 486, Ann W. 463, Verna B.
393 and Christine L. 390. Ruby L.
was high for The Strikers with a
477 series, Jerry F. 454, Mary H.
400 and Eula D. 340.
Jitney Jungle took three games
from Beaman's on lanes 5 and 6
.with Evelyn S. high for J. J. with
446, Lois F. 422, Jean S. 400 and
Catherine A. 332.
Loyce B. was high for Beaman's
386, Eleanor W. 383, Irene B. 310
and Audrey T. 286.
Rich's and The Senators post-
poned their game until a later
Satndings: W. L.
Jitney Jungle -------- 67 41
E. L. Amison's ------- 66 42
The Senators -------- 56 48
Whitfield Strikers ------ 53 55
West Florida Gas ---- 51V2 56
Pate's 50% 57V4
Beaman's 44% 63Y2
Rich's 392 64Y4
NOTICE OF BIDS TO BE RECEIV-
ED BY COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS OF GULF COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, FOR A SITE AS A LOCA-
TION FOR A COURTHOUSE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Board of County Commission-
ers of Gulf County, Florida, will
receive sealed bids until 9:00
o'clock A. M., Central Standard
Time, on April 13, 1965, for the
purchase of not less than forty (40)
acres of land located at any place
within the corporate limits of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
Bidders must state the legal de-
scription and must furnish a plat
or drawing showing the location of
Bidders must state the price of
the entire parcel as submitted.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
All bids should be addressed to
the Board of County Commission-
ers of Gulf County, Florida, c/o
George Y. Core, Clerk, Wewahitch-
ka, Florida, and should contain on
the outside of said sealed bid "Bid
for Site for Courthouse and Jail."
By order of the Board
JAMES G. McDANIEL,
GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk.
Apr. 8-2 t
Expectant Mothers -
We Now Carry A
Complete Line of
Peach Shorfca e
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1 the mys-
I the light
en to us.
s for our
ve died to
teaspoons grated lemoti
tablespoon lemon juice
I cup sifted enriched
2 cans (1 lb. 14 oz. each)
sliced peaches, drained
I/a cup whipping cream
Set out two 9-inch round pans. Preheat oaen to 3750. In large
mixing bowl beat egg white until foamy. Beat in sugar,' 2 table.
spoons at a time, until shiny beaks form that fold over slightly ivhen
Ibeaters are raised; set aside. In small mixing bowl beat egg yolks
'until thick and lemon, colored; ,blend in lemon rind and juice.. Fold
into beaten egg whites. Sift- flour mixture, %, cup at a time, over egg
mixture folding ini gently but thoroughly after each. addition. Turn
into.pans. Bake 35 to 45 minutes, or until cake springs back when
lightly touched. Invert .cake and cool completely before removing.
Place one cake layer on plate and arrange, half the peach slices on.
top; top. with second cake layer. Arrange remaining peach slices'
around outer.edge. Whip cream and confectioners 5ugar intil.almost
stiff. Spoon into center, of shortcake.
*If you doi't. sift'and in the aljseniCe of other directions, spoon
flour directly from container into a one-cup dry measure, level off,
then remove two level tablespoonsfuls,. a c c o r ding to USDA
State of Florida
Whereas, the President of the
United States, by direction of
Congress, has proclaimed April
as Cancer Control Month, and
Whereas, cancer is still a se-
rious health problem in Florida,
having caused the death of more
than 9,500 persons last year, and
with an expectancy of 18,000 new
cancer cases this year, and.
Whereas, more than 65,000
men and women throughout Flor-
ida volunteer their services to
help continue the American Can-
cer Society's fight against can-
cer-with the year-round pro-
grams of public and professional
education, research and patient
Whereas, these Volunteers will
urge their neighbors, to tell their
neighbors, about "Cancer's 7 Sig-
nals," so that more lives may be.
saved by earlier detection and
prompt, proper treatment of the
Now, 'Therefore, I, Haydon
Burns, by virtue of the authority
vested in me as Governor of the
State of Florida, do hereby pro-
claim April, 1965, as
CANCER CONTROL MONTH
in Florida, and urge that every
citizen observe this month and
every month with increased sup-
port of the American Cancer So-
ciety by learning the facts about
cancer that provide vital personal
protection against the devastat-
In Witness Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the state of
Florida to be affixed at Talla-
hassee, the Capital, this 25th day
of February, A. D. 1965.
Attest: Tom Adams,
Secretary of State.
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Like daffodils, sunny skies, and April showers, Peach Shortcake
says It'sSpring Your famy and friends will agree when you
serve them this delicious springtime dessert,
-Topped with a puff of whipped cream, this delightful dessert of
sponge cake and peaches is an elegant climax-to any menu, yet is
so quick to fix.-
Baking is a breeze because you user enriched self-rising flour in
the sponge cake. In this efficient ,baking product, leavening and salt
are already blended in to save measuring and 'sitting steps. You
know, too, with self-rising flour you-are contributing three B-vita-
calcium to help meet your family's nutritional needs.
8 to 10 servings
8 to 10 servinga
j AnJ THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965
Jackson Discusses Communciations And with
our SWR. the non-license operators with
Rules Promulgated or Ham Operators have all been talking to each alike talkies move to one exact
other about what a good practice channel. CD hopes to have a sug-
More and more people are be- agency communication net. We have it would be if we would use chan- gestion for this channel in near
coming interested in communica- one of the finest organized groups nel for onior, participate.
move off frequency. participate.
tion, especially in the fields of in the state. There is a continuous B m y of u.y c tc p ourgoal for CB op-
But many of us'stay on channel Let'sc keep our goal for CB op-
boating, fishing and hunting. We desire to improve our operations. 9 and never even give time for a eration on the highest principles.
who have been in communication We welcome constructive criticism break in station if we are in a A. P. JACKSON,
several years from the ham bands from concrened citizens. QSO with another station. Why? Civil Defense Director.
to the citizen-bands, have seen Operators, let's look at the facts Do we not knok better, or do we -
much good come from these acti- for a few minutes. We all have the think we are the only one author-
vities. same desire in our operations. ized to use this frequency.'Do we
We believe and think it has been Some are greater than others. But have any consideration for our Smokey Says:
proven to be true in this area that let's look at the book on our op- fellow CB operators?
there are many CB" operators and rations. We have all been. guilty We have many stations that
Sham operators that are more than of not going by the rule book. monitor channel 9 to be of service p
willing to use their talent and their Check your own station activi- if need, but it gets real monoton- PROUTIViIi
hobby to:serve the public in time ties on the following: ous to hear long conversations that FORESTS
of need. Public relations, like medi- 1. The maximum output power the monitoring stations may not PROVID
cine and worship, must be practic- of 4 watts. be interested in. The volume knob MANY
ed regularly if it is to be success- Ds of s l s h is turned down and many times off JOBS
ful. Regular public relations pre- 2 isssios of sig sren to keep the conversations on the
vents serious misunderstandings in is prohibited except as provided forradio from interfering with many
the same manner that regular medi- emergency use. other activities at the station. This
cal check-ups catch potentially dan- 3. Ground wave communication will soon drive all of our stations
gerous illnesses before complica- has bee officially set at 150 miles. off the air or to another channel.
tions develop. 4. Time limits for communica- There are many no license re-
Communications in Gulf County tions between stations of different quired walkie talkies in our area
has won a place in the hearts and licensees is 5 minutes, with 5 min- at present time. This could be used -
minds of many people. Many pub- utes of silence following the final to an advantage in many ways, but N-=l------ -
lic service deeds have been accom- transmission. let's know the rules and try to op- Forest fires destroy them!
jlished. We in Civil Defense take a 5. TVI is becoming a problem erate by them.
great deal of pride in our emer- with several stations. Let's check It has been suggested that all of -
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o. 20218 terest iri property to be affected by
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the issuance of the State Board of
S CNA Education of Florida ,a body cor-
S THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- porate of the State of Florida, of
, CUIT, IN AND FOR LEON $6,585,000 State School Bonds, herc-
COJJNTY, FLORIDA. inafter more particularly describe,
SATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ed, or to be affected in any way
OF FLORIDA, a body corporate thereby, are hereby required to
under Sections 3 and 18 of Ar- appear before the Circuit Court of
tide XII of the Constitution of Leon County, Florida, in the Second
the State'of Florida, Judicial Circuit of said State, at
Petitioner, the Court House in Tallahassee,
i; ,*. vs. Florida, on the 25th day of May,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, et al., 1965, at ten o'clock A. M., and show
; -Respondents. cause why the prayers of the peti-
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE tion filed in the above proceedings
!TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND should not be granted and the $6,-
THE SEVERAL PROPERTY 585,000 State School Bonds therein
OWNERS, TAXPAYERS, CITI- described and the proceedings here-
ZENS AND OTHERS HAVING tofore had authorizing the issuance
OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TI- thereof, validating and confirmed,
STLE OR INTEREST IN THE said State Schools Bonds consisting
PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTER of the following described issues of
BY THE ISSUANCE BY THE bonds:
ESTATE BOARD OF EDUCATION $225,000 State School Bonds, Se-
OF FLORIDA, A BODY CORPOR- ries A, to be issued for and on be-
ATE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- half of the Board of Public Instruc-
SIDA, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS tion of Gulf County, Florida, in the
3 AND 18 OF ARTICLE XII OF denomination of either $1,000 or
THE CONSTITUTION OF FLOR- $5,000 each, dated June 1, 1965,
IDA, OF $6,585,000 STATE bearing interest at a rate or rates
SCHOOL BONDS, ISSUED FOR not exceeding four and one-half
AND ON BEHALF OF THE per centum per annum, payable
BOARDS OF PUBLIC INSTRUC- semi-annually on June 1 and De-
TION OF GULF COUNTY, LA- cember 1 of each year and matur-
FAYETTE COUNTY, MARION ing serially in annual installments
COUNTY, COLUMBIA COUNTY, on June 1 of each of the years 1968
LEE COUNTY, OKALOOSA to 1986, both inclusive;
PCUNTLA COUNTY, BR COW' $150,000 State School Bonds, Se-
PINELLAS COUNTY, BROW- ries A, to be issued for and on be-
- :ARD COUNTY, AN HILLS- half of the Board of Public Instruc-
BOROUGH COUNTY, HEREI- tion of Lafayette County, Florida,
SAFTER MORE PARTICULARLY in the denomination of either
DECRIBED, OR TO BE AFFECT- $1,000 or $5,000 each, dated June
ED IN ANY WAY THEREBY: 1, 1965, bearing interest at a rate
The State of Florida, through the or rates not exceeding four and
State Attorneys of the First Judi- one-half per centum per annum,
ciFl Sircuit in and for Okaloosa payable semi-anually on June 1 and
County, Florida, the Second Judi- December 1 of each year and ma-
cial Circuit in and for Leon Coun- turning serially in annual install-
ty, Florida, the Third Jndicial Cir- ments on June 1 of each of the
cuit in and for Lafayette and Co- years 1968 to 1986, both inclusive.
lumbia Counties, Florida, the Fifth
Judicial Circuit in and for Marion $900,000 State School Bonds, Se-
County, Florida, the Sixth Judicial ries D, to be issued for and on be-
Circuit in and for Pinellas County, half of the Board of Public Instruc-
Florida, the Twelfth Judicial Cirt tion of Marion County, Florida, in
cuit in and for Lee and Manatee the denomination of either $1,000
Counties, Florida, the Thirteenth or $5,000 each, dated March 1, 1965,
Judicial Circuit in and for Hills- bearing interest at a rate or rates
borough County, Florida, the Four- not exceeding four and one-half
teenth Judicial Circuit in and for per centum per annum, payable
Gulf County, Florida, and the semi-annually on March 1 and Sep-
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit in and tember 1 of each year and matur-
for Broward County, Florida, and ing serially in annual installments
the several property owners ,tax- on March 1 of each of the years
payers, citizens and others having 1968 to 1986, both inclusive;
or claiming any right, title or in- $260,000 State School Bonds, Se-
ries E, to be issued for and on be- Series K, to be issued for and on
half of the Board of Public Instruc, behalf of the Board of Public In- KATRINA FARRIS INITIATED
tion of Columbia County, Florida, struction of Broward County, Flor- INTO PI BETA PHI SORORITY
in the denomination of either ida, in the denomination of either
$1,000 or $5,000 each, dated March $1,00 or $5,000 each, dated June Hattiesburg, Miss. Mississippi
1, 1965, beno eedinterest tour a rate 1. 1965. bearing interest at a rate Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi so-
or rates not exceedin g four annum or rates not exceeding four and rority at the University of Southern
payable semi-annually on March one-half per centum per annum. Mississippi this week announced
1 and September 1 of each year payable semi-annually on June 1 the initiation of nine co-eds. Miss
and maturing serially in annual and December 1 of each year and
installments on March 1 of each of maturing serially in annual install- Katrina Farris, a freshman, of Port
the years 1968 to 1986, both in- ments on June 1 of each of the St. Joe, Fla., was among these.
elusive; years 1968 to 1986, both inclusive: Initiation week, known as Angel
$800,000 State School Bonds, Se- $800,000 State School Bonds, Se Week, was characterized by par-
ries F, to be issued for and on be- ries L. to be issued for and on be- ek, was characterized by par-
half of the Board of Public Instruc- half of th Board of PublicInstruc- ties, banquets, and exchange of
tion of Lee County, Florida, in the tion of Hillsborough County, Flor- gifts. A Big-Little Sister party was
denomination of either $1,000 or ida. in the denomination of either held in the Pi Phi chapter room in
$5,000 each, dated March 1, 1965, $1.000 or $5,000 each, dated June 1, the new Panhellenic dormitory on
bearing interest at a rate or rates 1965, bearing interest at a rate or
not exceeding four and one-half rat s not exceeding four and one- campus, and the Hattiesburg Alum-
per centum per annum, payable half per centum per annum, pay- ni Club entertained the chapter.
semi-annually on March 1 and Sep- able semi-annually on June 1 and The pre-initiation ceremony, the
tember 1 of each year'and matur. December 1 of each year and ma- "Cookie Shine," was held in the
ing serially in annual installments turning serially in annual install-
on March 1 of each of the years ments on June 1 of each of te chapter room, followed by a steak
1968 to 1986, both inclusive; years 1968 to 1986, both inclusive: banquet.
$450,000 State School Bonds, Se- a more complete description of said
ries F,$450,000 State School Bonds, Se- bonds being contained in the peti-
ries F, to be issued for and on be- tion herein and the exhibits at- NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
half of the Board of Public Instruc- tached thereto; and
tion of Okaloosa County, Florida, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
in the denomination of either' IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Notice is hereby given of intention
$1,000 or $5,000 each, dated March this Order be published once each to apply to the 1965 Session of the
1, 1965, bearing interest at a rate week for three consecutive weeks Florida Legislature for passage of
or rates not exceeding four and i na newspaper published in each of an act relating to Gulf County, ap-
one-half per centum per annum, the Counties of Gulf, Fafayette, propriating race track funds; au-
payable semi-annually on March 1 Marion. Columbia. Lee, Leon, Oka- thorizing the board of county con-
and September 1 of each year and loosa. Manatee, Pinellas, Broward missioners to issue and sell inter-
maturing serially in annual install- and Hillsborough, Florida, the first est-bearing negotiable certificates
ments on March 1 of each of the publication in each of said news- of indebtedness; prescribing the
years 1968 to 1986, both inclusive; nners to be not less than eighteen use of the proceeds; authorizing
S(18) days prior to the date herein- the pledging of certain portions of
$200,000 State School Bonds, Se- above set for the hearing ,in form, race track funds_ providing an
ries F, to be issued for and on be- times and manner as required by effective date.
half of the Board of Public Instruc- Chapter 75, Florida Statutes. BEN C. WILLIAMS.
tion of Manatee County, Florida, in DONE AND ORDERED, at Talla- _-
the denomination of either $1,000 haDss, this 2nd day of April, 16. NOC OF LEGISLATION
or $5,000 each, dated June 1, 1965, hassee this 2. d day of A pril, 1965 NOTCE OF ITEGSLATON
bearing interest at a rate or rates s/ W. MAY WALKER, T WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
not exceeding four and one-half Judge of the Circuit Court Notice is hereby given of intention
per centum per annum, payable of the Second Judicial Cir- to apply to the 1965 Session of the
semi-annually on June 1 and De. cult of Florida, in and for Florida Legislature for passage of
cember 1 of each year and matur- Leon County. an act relating to county judges,
ing serially in annual installments 3t-April 8, 15, 22 Gulf County; removing the county
on June 1 of each of the years judge of Gulf County from the fee
"system and placing him under the
1968 to 1986, both inclusive; NOTICE OF LEGISLATION system and placing him under the
S$1,100,000 State School Bonds, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: budget system; providing an effec-
Series J ,to be issued for and on Notice is hereby given of intention BEN C. WILLIAMS.
behalf of the Board of Public In- to apply to the 1965 Session of the _____ W
struction of Pinellas County, Flor- Florida Legislature for passage of
ida, in the denomination of either an act relating to Gulf and Frapk- NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
$1,000 or $5,000 each, dated March lin Counties, airport authority; au- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
1 ,1965,, bearing interest at a rate thorizing the boards of county corn- Notice is hereby given of intention
or rates not exceeding four and missioners to create a joint county to apply to the 1965 Session of the
one-half per centum per annum, airport authority, authorizing ap- Florida Legislature for passage of
payable semi-annually on March 1 pointment of certain members; pro- act relating to Gulf County, adver-
and September 1 of each year and viding conditions and qualifications tising; authorizing certain expen-
maturing serially in annual in- for the terms of office; prescribing ditures to Wewahitchka develop-
stallments on March 1 of each of and defining jurisdiction, powers ment commission and Port St. Joe-
the years 1968 to 1986, both in, and duties; providing an effective Gulf County Chamber of Commerce
elusive; date. for advertising and promotion; pro-
$1,700,000 State School Bonds, BEN C. WILLIAMS. viding an effective date.
BEN C. WILLIAMS.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965
The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
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 8:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..--------. 6:45 P.M.
PRAYED SERVICE (Wednesday) ---- 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ......----.. 6:45 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
Florida Greeting Service,
Man-size, solid, luxurious. Power Disc Brakes, reclining
seats, standard. Sports options like bucket seats, floor shifts,
wire-wheel covers. Mighty 287 and 327 cu. in. V-8 options.
Rambler extra-value features, no extra cost. Marlin! See it!
American Motors-Dedicated to Excellence
HUTCHINS MOTOR CO.
301 Monument Avenue
Watch the Danny Kaye Show on CBS-TV, Wednesday Evenings
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
door available at your favorite groc-
er's. Call 639-2356, Wewahitchka, col-
lect, for home delivery!
Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy
BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS
A cordial welcome awaits you from
the local merchants and civic
organizations of Port St Joe.
Brought to you by our local hostess
If you are a newcomer, please call
MRS. ANNE JOINES
10 Gario Avnu Phne22-1
1002 Garrison Avenue
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
'C THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965
O YeON. frwe
*tes cr/ptlen .
about it? If you do, you are
Jeopardizing your health. Follow
your Doctor's instructions to
the letter-take all of the Pre.
scription.P hen go back to your
doctor. He'll tell you whether
or not to have the Prescription
re-filled. Theru tae too many
half-filled bottles in medicine
chests, mute.testimony that YOU
PAID for your doctor's advice
and didn't fo llw it. You might
as well frame' your doctor's
Prescripti n as to take only a
part ofit. The most important
business we have is filling your
Doctor's Prescription.Your most
important job is taking it.
important job is taking it
Buzzett's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
817 Williams Ave.
BID NO. 26
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
ceive sealed bids at the office of
the City Clerk, City Hall, Port St.
Joe, Florida until 5:00 P.M., EST;
Tuesday, April 20, 1965 for the fol-
1. (1) one 10 hp. tractor riding
mower, with 3-point hitch and
Complete specifications for the
above may be obtained from the
City Clerk, City Hall, Port St .Joe,
-The City of Port St. Joe reserves
.the right to reject any or all bids I
J. B. WILLIAMS 2t
City Auditor & Clerk 4-8
Sharks Win Two Games During Week;
Play Last Home Game Tomorrow Night
The-Port St. Joe Sharks baseball Saturday night, the Sharks got
teak put two wins finder their revenge on Quincy by defeating
belts during the past week along them 4-1 behind the one hit pitch-
with one loss. ing of Buddy Smith. Smith fanned
The Sharks loss came at the 14 batters and walked two. In one
hands of Quincy last Friday with a stint, Smith struck out seven hit-
4-2 defeat. The Sharks loss was ters in a row.
made in the first inning, when Walker, Wood and Rogers hit
Quincy scored three runs off Mike safely for the Sharks.
White before he was relieved by The Sharks big break came in
Johnny Richter. Richter gave up the third when they scored all four
only two hits and one run for the runs without a single hit.
remainder of the game. On Monday night, the Sharks
I~~~_ --- --s
took a lop-sided 13-2 victory over
Wewahitchka with Mike White on
the mound. White gave up six hits
during the night along with two
walks and seven strike outs.
The Sharks first home run of
the season was collected by Rich-
ter, who hit his four-bagger in the
third inning with nobody on.
The Sharks picked up nine runs
in the second on four hits, one of
which was a triple by Richter with
two on base.
LAST HOME GAME
The Sharks play their last home
game of the season tomorrow night
against Blountstown. This game
could decide the Gulf Coast Cham-
pionship. Game time is 8:00 p.m.
In other action, next week, the
Sharks will play in Apalachicola
on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
"Thanks" for Gifts
"walks" right over bumps and trouble
Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of
truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver
and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups
it's a proved system with millions of miles of user experience
behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or
Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet
is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast
Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck
Jim Cooper Motor Company, In
401 WILLIAMS AVENUE
Eta Upsilon Chapter
Meets At Power Lounge
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met April 6 at the Flor-
ida Power Lounge. The meeting
was called to order by the presi-
dent, Pauline McGill. Minutes were
read and approved and the roll was
Plans were made for the "Silver
Tea for U. C. P." to be held April
25 in the home of Senator and
Mrs. George Tapper.
The group also agreed to spon-
,sor a "Rainbow Tag Day" April 8,
with all proceeds to be donated to
United Cerebral Palsy.
A very interesting and impres-
sive program on "Enjoyment of
Music" was presented by Shirley
Mrs. Shirley Blankenship, direc-
tor of Panama City United Ce ebral
Palsy, and Mrs. Loraine Dejean-
nette of Panama City were guests
Drama Club Meets
The members and sponsor of the
Drama Club met Wedneesday,
March 31, to discuss plans for the
drama festival which will be held
in Tallahassee April 25. There will
be twenty students taking the trip
including pupils in plays. The
group will present a one act play *
entitled'"The Darkest Hour." There
will also be orations, monologues
and choral readings.
Homer Bradham, president, Miss
P. L. Dumas, editor, Miss A. Wlig-
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
SAY YOU SAW ITINTHSA
To Look Your
Best on Easter
Let Tony Clean Your Clothes
xiliary wishes to at the meeting. Mrs. Blankenship
for donations gave: a very informative talk on
wing merchants what U.C.P. is and the work of
during the past the Panama City Clinic.
Shop asks for Chapter members attending were T OYI'I
pport for such a Dot Grossman, Pauline McGill, Dot T O N Y Z
name is left off Pippin, Shirley Daniels, Linda Sul-
so please let us livan, Gladys Brown, Greta Free-
nent Store, St. ty Lewis, Delores Cox, Retha Free- La
Corp., Thames ley, Grace Hanson, Wandis Scott,
Furniture, Pig- Sissy Farris, Faye Hudson, Carol 412 Monument Ave. Phone 227-2071
p's Department Rish, Martha Sandborn, Ann Prid-
ry, DeLuxe Clea- geon, and Nickie Duggar. St. Own ners
Princess Shop, _St. J___ oes Own Laundry & Cleaners
& P Tea Co.,
et, WJOE and NOTICE
As of March 18, I will not be ONE DAY SERVICE
responsible for debts made by any-
Arbogast, Rich- one other than those approved per- Free Storage Al o
Cormick, Lamar listed. Alterations
SPaul Fensom, ROY PEAK 4tp-3-18 D
rge Small, Bill G
iwson, Bob Ver- i n a
nwen, A. J. Ow-
harles Stevens, s *
Thornton, Sue M
on, Robert Bel-
e Anchors, Bob e
d, Tom Parker,
FO furnished, at Beach. 2 bedroom
FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick duplex, unfurnished and bedroom LOWER TAX RATES
M ll ad 6tS Cl2.Chck) on. gA
house located in the loveliest house furnished, in town. See Changes in deductions. You
ction of the city. 1800 sq. ft. of Smith's Pharmacy, Phone 7-5111. need help?
living area. Three large bedrooms, ______ INCOME TAX SERVICE
bathrooms, large kitchen. Wall to nished house with large porch. 24 Years Experience
wall carpeting and ceiling to floor On St. Joe Beach. $55.00 month.
drapes in living room. Central air Call 648-3472. tfc-2-11 MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
conditioning and heating system,r
built in oven and range, 13.5 cu. ft. RENT: bedroom man is as near as your telephone.
freezer-refrbuit in oven and rangtor, 13.5 garbagcu.e dis- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
posal unit, cedar lined closets. Dou- ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone'ANCE AGENCY, across from the
pble carport with workshop and 227-8642. tfc-12-17 Post Office. Local and Long Dis
ble carport with workshop and tance Moving. Free Estimates.
utility room attached. Lot 100' x MALE HELP WANTED A nat ag-timates.
200' completely landscaped. Price gressive young man expePienced HELP WANTED, male or female.
$25,900. George Small, 109 Allen in hoe, automobile and appliance Ambitious person full or spare
Memorial Way. sales. Send resume giving saleserso full or spa
FO SALE: Choice beach lots. Ph background and required starting time. Supply Rawleigh famous pro-
FOR SALE: Choice beach lots. Ph saro D required starting ducts in Gulf County or Port St.
648-4340. tfc-3-25 salary to 1111 Dover Circle, Alvin, Joe. Can earn $125 per week. Write
Texasi Business location will be in
oe Rawleigh FAD 100 1124, Memphis,
FOR SALE: Property at White City Port St. Joe and an interview for awleig 1124 Memphis
Contact Grover Holland at Flor- applicants will be arranged the T pt-5-27
ida National Bank for information, week of April 26, 1965. 2tp-4-8
COMPETENT MAN OR WOMAN
FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- FOR RENT: Business property on wanted in area covered by this;
ling at Oak Grove. Citizens' Fed- Highway 98. With living quarters newspaper to own, fill and collect
eral Savings and Loan Association. connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 from coin operated nut and candy
machines. May be handled part
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. 212 time along with present occupa-.
Hardwood floors, built in electric 9th St. Phone 227-4551. tfc tion. (8 to 12 hours weekly.) $900.
Appliances, built in heating system, capital required. Could be built
Chain link fence 2 r o. 2 years old. For RENT YOUR FORMAL WEAR bynto full time operation Liberal
information ncall 227-8341. tfc-22 the night, week, month or year. credit expansion plan for those
Rates reasonable. See James Han- who can qualify. For local inter-
FOR SALE: 1963 Honda 50 motor- Ion at Boyles Department Store, view write, INTERSTATE MER-
cycle. Like new condition. Com- Men's and Boys Store. CHANDISERS, Rochester, Minn. lp
pletely rebuilt. $250.00. Phone 227- CHANDiER, Rochester, Minn. ip
4611 or see Bob Ellzey. FOR SALE: Big bass fiddle, very FOR THE BEST place to buy, sell
good condition. $85.00 cash. Con- FOR THE BEST place to buy, se
O, HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 tact any member of The Assembly re1 t or trade. See Elizabeth We
bedrooms, 1% baths, carport, Gospel Singers in Oak Grove or Thompson, Mgr., Emerson Sweat,
chain link fence, built-in kitchen, Phone 229-4587. ltp fice, 19th St., and Hwy. 98. Phone
wall to wall carpeting, glass show-
er doors in bath room, new gas FOR SALE: Renault Dauphine, '61 648-4545. tfc-3-4
Shelter. In excellent condition, model, clean, low mileage, $350. KTCHN C: Step into
$1,000 down payment. 108 West- L. C. Carter, St. Joe Beach. p KITCHEN CABINETS: Step intoL
cott Circle or call 229-3291. Spring with a new set of factory
ott CirceFOR SALE: Trailer, small, all fac- built cabinets with one piece for-
FOR SALE or RENT: Large (over tory built, $60.00. Also 2 700x16 mica top. Free estimate. Also fi-
1200 sq. ft.) house on St. Joe 6-ply tires and tubes. L. C. Carter, nancing available. 227-3311. tfc
Beach. Has 3 bedrooms, spacious St. Joe Beach. Itp W D S n d s,
living room, dining room and kit- WOOD WORKS--Screen doors,
chen. A beautiful house. J. D. FOR SALE: Upright Hobart-Cable picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
Clark. Phone 227-7771. tfc-3-10 piano. $100. Phone 227-4551. tf sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
ark. P one are2i 7-7771. tc- Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: Large 2 bedroom mod- FOR SALE: 1964 Ford Country Se-
ern furnished apartment on 12th dan Station Wagon. 10,000 miles. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 11,
St. Phone 227-4261 days or 648- Assume payments of $103.00 per THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet
4600 evenings tfc-4-1 month or will re-finance. Call 227- ing, second and fourth Tuesday
7887. tfc-4-1 nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legon
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom Home.
masonry home. Located on Mar- PUBLIC NOTICE
in Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5 Damaged in shipment, 3 zig-zag R.A.M.Regular convocation on St.
v Ae. Phone 229-48. t sewing machines. $32.50 or pay- Joseph Chapter No. 56, H.A.M.
FOR SALE: Large mobile home ment of $1.25. Write P. 0. Box 308, 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
lots at Mexico Beach on canal. Port St. Joe. 8tc-3-18 companions welcome.
Stop paying rent. Own your own. THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
Only $13.15 cash and $13.15 mo. GOOD USED TV's, Good selection. EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
Less than rent. R. L. Fortner at From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra-
phone 648-3241. tfc-l-21 dio and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone THERE WILL BE a regular: cam-,
227-4081. tfc 12-17 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, and No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
one 2 bedroom house, furnished. WANTED TOO BUY: Good used and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m,
To be moved. Contact Lee Wil- furniture. Call us for highest
hams, Overstreet Highway. 2tp prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
..,. nST. JOE. Phone 227-2011. tfc
2 LOT FOR SALE: 75x180 on Hunter .
Circle. No ditch. Has been mow- PHOTOGRAPHER: Appointments
ed. No fill dirt necessary. No cer- only. Weddings, family shots, BILL J. RICH, W. M.
tain time to build. Call 229-2971. 2 any special event. Call ATlantic 6- H. L. BURGE, Secretary
3443 or Write P. O .Box 218, Par-
iC ROOM FOR RENT: Stereo, TV and ker, Fla. tfc-4-8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
S kitchen privileges. Call John every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
Brown at 227-8541 after 5 p.m. tf TAX CONSULTANT: 25 years ex- at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
perience. Office in Dalkeith. St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call For appointment call Wewa 639- further information or write P. O.
Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097 2415, R. L. Capps. pd-4-15 Box 535.
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