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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chaltahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 NUMBER 32
What A Big Mouth You Have Granny!
St. Joe Paper Company received delivery of
the giant machine pictured above, last week.
The machine is to be used in a new opera-
tion being inaugurated by the mill to handle
pulp wood logs. Lack of labor in the pulp wood
harvesting operation, is forcing paper mills to
the point of receiving pulp logs rather than wood
cut to the standard familiar lengths. The logs
will be sawn to size at the mill by gang saws as
the logs are fed into the barking operation.
The machine pictured above is 48 feet long,
Travis Jones Injured
When Struck By Auto
Travis Jones, 126 Palm Boule-
vard of Port St. Joe, was treated at
the Municipal. Hospital Sunday af.
ternoon for injuries to both legs,
following 4n accident at the Surf
Drive-In Restaurant at Mexico
According to Trooper Ken Mur-
phy, Jones had just walked out of
the restaurant door when Mrs. Sara
Haynes Farina of 908 Calhoun Ave.,
Panama City, released the brake of
her car to start the motor. The car
rolled forward, pinning Jones to
the wall of the restaurant.
Trooper Murphy said that Mrs.
Farina was charged with driving
25 feet high and weighs 40 tons. It can pick up
a load of 40 tons. The machine is designed' to un-
load an entire truckload of pulp wood logs at one
The new machine, built by LeTorneau, is
shown above in the act of flexing its muscles
by picking up one of the huge barking drums of
the paper company.
The machine is self propelled by a diesel elec-
tric power plant and travels on tires 73 inches
high and 33 inches across the tread.
Michigan Chemical Corporation
tlils wPel. an.g'-ficed its first quar.
Dr. Helmuth W. Schultze, Presi-
dent, reported that sales continued
to improve, being 17% ahead of
the like period in 1965, with cor-
responding increases in earnings.
A first quarter record was set by
total sales of $3,810,306. Net in-
come for the quarter was $289,649,
amounting to $.37 per share, as
compared with $.32 per share in
the first quarter of 1965. These
represented the highest first quar-
ter earnings -in
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
the company's his-
We're carrying the release from Comptroller Fred Dickinson's
office this week, for one reason. Area newspapers carried a portion
of the article, making it look as if the St. Joe Paper Company was
the only corporation in the state which had its intangibles under-
valued. The full article, released by the Comptroller, shows that
the practice is pretty widely spread, and that St. Joe Paper is only
one of many corporations which has had their valuation set too low
by those Statelvaluators, who are supposed to look after such things.
Bill Carr, local bald-headed manager for the Scott Kelley cam-
paign for the Governorship of Florida, won't let us forget that the
Lakeland hopeful is popular with the younger set. He called us
yesterday to let us know and ask us to report to you that Kelley
won another college straw vote ... this time at Chipola Junior
College. Wednesday's Jackson County Floridan reported that in
a straw vote on the college campus, Kelley -received 404 votes,
Burns, 96; High 43 and Foor, 2. There were 60 students who were
General DeGaulle has told us to pick up our marbles and go
home. but we have no doubts that he added an addendum to
his declaration ."leave your money".
We have nothing but admiration for the Senator who suggested
that if DeGaulle wants us to move before our contract is up, that
he pay the bill. And then there is the suggestion that as payment
for moving off and leaving all our valuable bases behind, that France
be required to pay her debt from World War I still owed the U.S.
West Germany also has earned our admiration by telling "Chol-
lie" that if he pulls out of NATO, he can politely take France's
troops out of Germany, as they will no longer have any reason for
We predict that we will move at DeGaulle's pleasure and at
our expense and forget the debt owed and that Germany
will kick France off her soil.
What are we afraid of?
Don't forget the third of four political rallies this Saturday
afternoon at 4:30 p.m., our time. This rally is to be held in We-
wahitchka. The last of the four rallies will be held next Satur.
day afternoon here in Port St. Joe.
Cancer Poster Winners
Interested students of grades
seven through 12 aftPort St. Joe
-High School, made posters em-
phasizing the dangers of cancer.
A committee of citizens of the
community judged the posters on
neatness, art talent, and origin-
The winners were: Nancy Mc-
Innis, first place; Alfred Rudd,
second place and Kenneth Calla-
han, third place. Winners will
receive monetary awards on Ap-
ril 27 at the Cancer Benefit ball
Students whose posters receiv-
ed honorable mention were: Den-
nis Norwood, Eugene Jenson,
Donnel Holland, Billy Floyd,
Joyce Clemons, Randal Walker,
Norman Quinlan, Sue Ann Allen
and Susan Maxwell.
First Aid Classes
Continue April 26
Local Red Cross Home Service
officer, Jimmie Prevatt announced
this week that Red Cross First Aid
classes are now under way and
are being conducted for women of
this area by Red Cross instructor,
Mrs. Dee Laird.
The course began April 19 and
additional classes will be held on
April 26, May 3 and May 10. Clas-
ses will be held from 9:00 a.m. to
The First Aid Course is being
conducted in the St. James Episco-
pal Parish House. All women in-
terested in the course should con-
tact Mr. Prevatt at 227-2401.
Two Fires During
The Past Week
Two fires in the Port St. Joe
area during the past week des
troyed a beach home and a garage
according to Fire Chief R. H. Ell-
Last Thursday morning at 1:30
a.m., the beach home of T. W. Hi-
note was discovered to be on fire
by a neighbor and the local fire
department was called to the scene.
The home was already too far gone
to try and save with the limited
water supply available, so firemen
concentrated on preventing the
Houses on either side of the Hinote
dwelling from catching fire. No
Sone was living in the Hinote home
at the time of the fire.
Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. a
garage building behind a house on
0 Monument Avenue belonging to
Mrs. Anna Smith caught fire and
burned to the ground. The garage
Swas burning briskly before the
fire was discovered.
Cause of both fires is not known.
Election Workers Will
Meet for Instruction
According to information furn-
ished by Mrs. C. G. Rish, Super-
visor of Elections for Gulf County,
Florida, a session will be held at
the Courthouse on April 29, 1966,
at 1:00 o'clock P.M., CST, for the
purpose of instructing those peo-
ple who have been selected as poll
holders for the May primaries.
The session should not last for
more than two hours, but all per-
sons concerned are invited to at-
tend for the purpose of ascertain-
ing their duties and responsibili-
ties. The Supervison of Elections,
together with William J. Rish, Cou-
nty Attorney, and representatives
of the Office of Secretary of State
will brief the pil h6ldrs ifnd will
attempt' to answer any questions
they may have concerning their
Planning Meet Set
For Boy Scout Circus
A planning meeting has been
scheduled for tomorrow night at
7:30 p.m. in the Boy Scout hut for
the purpose of planning the 1966
Boy Scout Circus.
SAll adult scouters, Rotary Scout
committeemen and anyone inter-
ested in helping with the circus
presentation are urged to be pres-
The circus is scheduled for Fri-
day, May 20 at 8:00 p.m.
Benefit Ball Game
For Cancer Drive
A benefit basketball game will
be played in the Port St. Joe
High School Gymnasium next
Thursday afternoon at 2:15 p.m.
All proceeds from the game
will go to the American Cancer
The game will be played be- r
tween the 1966 Shark basketball
squad and the 1967 squad.
Admission will be 25c and 75c. d
Guests of Schweikerts
Mrs. Mary Schweikert of Orlan- n
do is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. w
M. C. Schweikert at their home on p
City Takes A Look At Code;
Speed In High School Area
Needed changes in the City's
building and zoning code were
brought to light Tuesday night by
the City Commission.
Neil Arnold, operator of Arnold's
Furniture and TV had applied to
the City for permission to build on
the back of the old Stone's Shop
for Men building in preparation to
moving his furniture store to that
Marshall said that several acci-
dents and near-accidents have oc-
curred in the vicinity of 20th
Street as a result of the fast driv-
ing practices down the street. He
cited one instance in which a car
was forced up into the yard of a
home in the area to avoid an acci-
ion that the school speed limit
could not be extended.
Commissioner Fox pointed out
that in recent days he had been no-
tified of the conditions and he and
the Police Department had been
in close touch with the situation
with a closer patrol of the area
which, he said, is slowing down the
location. The new ordinance re- Mayor annon oiferea the opin- CLERK REPORTS
quires a 10 foot set-back of all com- ion that what the area needed was City Auditor and Clerk Charles
mercial buildings from the alleys stricter enforcement of the pre- Brock reported that the City has
and Arnold's proposed addition vailing speed limits in the area ra- received $46,250 from Gulf Coun-
would extend back to the alley. their than extension of the school ty as its share of the Road and
Mayor Hannon pointed out that speed limits. Bridge Fund tax money. He report-
three-fourths of the buildings fac- Chief Griffin interjected the fact ed that the balance of what was
ing Reid Avenue were already built that Long Avenue is a state road due would be paid when all taxes
flush with the alley line, and he and the state of Florida sets the are-collected and an audit made.
couldn't see applying the rule to speed limits, and it was his opin- Clerk Brock reported that he had
this section, when most of the invested the money-in interest
buildings already violated the code Funeral Service Held for bearing treasury notes until it is
before it was drawn. Mayor Han- needed by the City.
non expressed a desire to hold to John H. Waters Infant Clerk Brock asked the Commis-
the code in other business areas sion to proclaim the first week in
which have not built up as yet. Funeral services were held for May as Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-
Commissioner Fox then moved Kim Louise Waters, one day old Up Week in Port St. Joe.
that the alleys between Reid and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. The Board voted to accept the
Williams and Reid and Monument Waters of 405 Woodward Ave Tues- suggestion and Mayor Hannon will
be exempt from alley restrictions day at 2:00 p.m. from the Prevatt probably issue .his proclamation
in the building code from First to Chapel. Rev. Robert Cary, pastor next week.
Fifth Street. The motion will have of the Highland View Church of
to be read again at the next meet- God officiated with interment in Last Rites Held for
ing before passage, and a public Holly Hill Cemetery. The baby died
hearing held on the change. The Sunday, April 17 in the Municipal John Vernon Griswold
hearing will be at the next meeting Hospital.
of the Board. Survivors, other than the parents Mr. John Vernon Griswold, 47
DISCUSS SPEEDING are maternal grandparents, Mr. passed away at his home at 117
Charles Marshall of 2003 Long and Mrs. D. J. Norris of Jones Bellamy Circle at 1:10 Friday
Avenue asked the Commission to Homestead; paternal grandparents, Morning.
consider extending the school Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Waters of High- He was mission Coordinator of
speed limit on Long Avenue down land View; brothers, Lorin White, electronics and employed by Vitro
to 20th Street to try and curb and Roy J. White;,sister, Donnie at Cape San Bias. He had retired
some of-:the speeding and danger- Sue Waters, all of Port St. Joe. from the AirForce with the rank
ous driving down tliis street whenI Prevatt Funeral'Home was in of Captian.
school is out at noon and the eve- charge of arrangements. He is survived by his widow,
Sharks Win Sub-Dist.
Mrs. Kathleen Griswold, Port St.
Joe; a daughter, Mrs. Patricia Ann
Bates, Norway, S. C.; a son, Gary
Alien Griswold, Port St. Joe; one
grandchildr; two sisters, Mrs. Vic-
tor Gross, Tracy City, Tenn., and
Mrs. Douglas Goforth, Denver.
Colo., a brother, David W. Griswold
Camp Carson, Colorado Springs,
The Port St. Joe Sharks baseball IV will play at 4:15 p.m. Funeral services were held at
team won the Group I Sub-Group Admission will be $1.00 for 3:00 P. M. Sat. at St. James Epis-
baseball tournament in a contest adults and 50c for students. capal Church conducted by the
played here in Port St. Joe Mon- The championship game will be Rev. Henry Hoyt.
day and Tuesday of this week. played Friday afternoon at 3:00 Mr. Griswold was taken to Nash-
The Sharks won the Sub-Group p.m. ville, Tenn. for Interment Ser-
play-off by defeating Wewahitchka vices in the National Cemetery.
Monday afternoon and Apalachi- Active pallbearers were Fead
cola Tuesday afternoon. Museum Reports 4,895 Etheridge, Roy Gibson, Jr., Roy
Jimmy Cox hurled the Sharks Garrett, Robert Williams, Bob Fi-
to a three to one victory Monday Visitors Since July 1 liski and John Hanson.
against their county rivals. The Honorary Pallbearers, David Jen-
Sharks scored their three runs on TALLAHASSEE-A record num- kins, C. W. Culpepper, J. D. Ma.l-
three hits. ber of tourists are continuing to dox, Randall McClain, John Tatum,
Tuesday afternoon, Johnnie Rich- visit the State's Parks and Historic and D. I. Mobley.
ter pitched a three hitter against Memorials-with the heavy sum- Comforter Funeral Home Direct-
Apalachicola with his team mates mer tourist season still to come. ing.
holding the oyster city team to only State Parks Director Bill Mil-
one run while scoring two. Sopho- ler announced this week that more Revival' Under Way At
nore Kenny Haddock collected two than three and a half million peo- Pentecosta Holiness Chur
hits for the Sharks and Andy Tram- pie have visited the State's 51 op- tal Holiness Church
nell stroked one hit. rating Parks and Historic Memor- A Revival began last night April
Group Tournament ials since last July, the beginning 20th at the Penticostal Holiness
Port St. Joe will be host to the of the Florida Board of Parks' fis- Church on Garrison and 20th. The
3roup Tournament here Wednes- cal year. Rev. Mack Curlee, of Chattahoo-
lay afternoon with a double-head. The tourist total from July 1 chee will be guest speaker. Ser-
r getting under way at 2:00 p.m. through March 31, showed a 515,- vices will begin each evening at
In the opening game of the tour- 220 increase over the same period 7:30 p.m. The public is cordially
ament, Port St. Joe will play the last year-a boost of 17 per cent. invited to attend and enjoy the
dinner of Sub-Group II at 2:00 Constitution Convention Monu- old time preaching by Rev. Curlee
.m. ment and Museum here in Port St. and special singing throughout the
Winners of Sub-Groups III and Joe reported 4,895 visitors, revival.
Comptroller Checking Value of Corporation Stock
TALLAHASSEE State Comp- Court decision which nullified ex- whose st
ock is not traded over the
troller Fred 0. Dickinson this week
made his first status report on
statewide re-examination of intang-
ible personal property tax sources.
As a result of the investigation
at this stage, Comptroller Dickin-
son said, stock value has been in-
creased substantially for one cor-
poration, and audits are underway
in two other of the largest corpor-
ations operating in Florida.
Dickinson ordered the re-exami-
nation to determine if the state
is getting all the intangible tax
revenue to which it is entitled.
The 1965 Legislature changed
the law regarding criteria for val-
uation of stocks to make the law
in line with a 1964 State Supreme
Immediate work was started on
counters of stock exchanges. Val-
ues of the stock cannot be deter-
such large corporations as Sears, mined by bidding since the stocks
Roebuck and Co., St. Joe Paper seldom if ever are traded or sold
Company and Montgomery Ward
Victor B. Yeats of Tampa, a pro-
fessional appraiser, was employed
by the Comptroller's Office to de-
termine the value of the St. Joe
Paper stock under the new laws
and court rulings. Dickinson ex-
plained that an outside expert was
employed because of the large size
of the corporation and because of
its status as a "closely held corpor-
A closely held corporation is one
at any price.
Yeats, Dickinson explained, is a
senior member of the American
Society of Appraisers and a mem-
ber of Appraisal Institute.
Coordinating the investigative
work between Yeats and the Comp-
troller's office was Scott Robson,
assistant director of the Intangible
Tax Department of the office.
Robson explained that auditing
of Montgomery Ward's books are
still in progress by his office. Un-
til that audit is completed, he said,
Florida's county tax assessors have Dickinson said the value of the
been requested to refuse to accept shares determined by Yeats in his
the 1966 intangible personal pro- just completed survey was $1,115
perty tax returns from the corpor- per share or $515 more than the
ation. previous value.
Also in progress under Dickin- The new valuation of the stock
son's directive is the auditing of would increase the total value of
books of Sears, it was explained. St. Joe stock from the $55 million
Sears' tax offers also would be re- to $102,351,310. That is an increase
jected until the audit is complete, of $47,272,910.
Robson explained. Florida's intangible tax rate is
Dickinson said that St. Joe Paper $1 per $1,000 of stock value, which
Company has 91,794 shares of increases the St. Joe tax from $.60
stock. At the time the investigation a share to $1.12 a share.
was started, he said, the value of The new valuation accepted by
the stock listed on the Leon County Dickinson this week will increase
tax roll was $600 a share, the intangible tax yield from St.
That made the total shares valu- Joe stock by more than an addi-
ed at $55,078,400. tional $45,000.
MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966
"Thus Saith The Lord"
By REV. BILL GRAHAM throne and not His own, reveals
Where is Christ now? What is that-He did not, when He was on
He doing? earth, set up a kingdom. When
These are the questions we will Jesus Christ sits upon the throne of
be answering in the next few David in Jerusalem, then His king-
weeks, Lord willing. dom will be set up.
We read in Hebrews 8:1, 2, the In the book of Acts, chapter one,
following record: "Now of te verses 6 and 7, we find that after
things which we have spoken this Christ arose from the dead, He was
is the sum: We have such an high asked by His disciples if He would
priest, who is set on the right hand now set up the kingdom to which
of the throne of the Majesty in the the Lord replied that it was not
heavens; a minister of the sanctu- for them to know when this event
ary, and of the true tabernacle, will take place. This is something
which the Lord pitched, and not that only the Heavenly Father
man." knows, the time has not been re-
Several facts are pointed out to vealed to man.
us here. 1. The fact that He, when In the event that some believe
He ascended, was received of the that Christ has already set up His
Heavenly Father, is evidence that kingdom, they have but to turn to
His work here on this earth was Matthew, chapter 25, verses 31
accepted. 2. The fact that he sat through 34: "When the Son of man
down indicated that His work for shall come in His glory, and all the
the world was finished. 3. The fact holy angels with Him, then shall
that He sat down on His Father's He sit upon the throge of His glo-
ry; and before Him shall be gath-
ered all nations: and He shall sep-
VOTE FOR arate them one from another, as a
shepherd divideth his sheep from
the goats: And he shall set the
sheep on his right hand, but the
goats on the 'left. Then shall the
King say unto them on His right
hand, Come, ye blessed of my Fa-
ther, inherit the kingdom prepared
for you from the foundation of the
world." And verse 41 of the same
chapter, He says, "Then shall He
say also unto them on the left
hand, depart from me, ye cursed,
into everlasting fire, prepared for
the devil and his angels."
Here in this scripture we have
Walter C. Robinson two facts which establish beyond
all doubt that Christ has not as
Candidate for yet set up His kingdom. 1. He first
must come again in power and glo-
Member, Board of ry with His angels. 2. When He
does come He will then sit upon
Public Instruction His -throne after which He will
DISTRICT 3 judge the peoples of the Earth.
Some (sheep) will be ushered into
If elected, I will vote my con- Christ's kingdom, the rest (goats)
victions on anything that comes will be cast into everlasting fire.
before the Board, always remem- It is quite obvious this event has
being that I was elected by the not as yet taken place.
people to work with the other We shall, Lord willing, continue
Board Members to see that all of this subject next issue. Let us re-
our children get the best educa- view some of the things we have
tion possible. shared this week. 1. Jesus is in
heaven on the right hand of the
Your Vote and Support Will Father. He lives! 2. He is coming
one day to the earth to take His
_. Throne and set up His kingdom.
3. When this shall be, no man
knows. It could be at any moment.
RE-ELECT '..4. When He does come to the earth-
WILIAM ROEMER, Sr. all the people of the earth will be
judged. 5. Some will be allowed to
MEMBER, BOARD of enter the kingdom, others will be
cast into eternal (everlasting) fire.
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Your questions and comments
are welcome. Send your reply to
uDistrict One "Thus Saith the Lord", care of The
Courteous Capable S
Courteous Capable Star, Port St. Joe, Florida.
I ask for your vote and sup-
port this time as before, in the
hope that my service in office
has merited your confidence.
At the same time, may I of-
fer my thanks for all the coop-
eration and assistance you have
given me. In asking for re-
election, I also ask that you con-
tinue this fine spirit.
I sincerely ask for your con-
tinued vote and support.
On The Job!
AS YOUR PUBLIC
I have fought the battle for
all citizens regardless of
race, religion, or creed in
saving the people of Florida
during my terms. in office. I
have the experience and
your vote is a vote for con.
tinued savings. -
VOTE TUES., MAY 3rd for
JERRY W. CARTER
: PUBLIC SERVICE
(PAID POL. ADV. PAID FOR BY JERRY
CARTER, CAMPAIGN TREAS.)
STATE ROAD DEPT. of FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That the State Road Board at its
meeting of April 13, 1966 gave con-
sideration to the requests relating
to special traffic regulations and
in each case made review of the
traffic investigation report, along
with the recommendation of the en-
gineer at the location or locations
County, Gulf, Section 51560 On
First St. and Garrison Ave. in Port
St. Joe from SLD MP 0.000 to SLD
MP 1.069, distance 1.069 mi. 30
MPH Speed Zone.
On motion duly made and se-
conded, the above traffic and
speed regulations were determind-
ed to be reasonable and necessary
upon the basis of the engineering
and traffic investigations, and au-
thority was therefore given for the
establishment of same and the
placing of the proper marking and
signs as indicated; also, for the
elimination of existing control 1 s
where this is indicated.
Floyd B. Bowen
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Micro mesh or regular nit
Shadow Panel ... Lace Trim
Rayon Tricot ... Sizes 32 thru 44
PRETTY LACE TRIMMED
Assorted pastels, black and white.
Sizes 4 through 10.
BUT PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY
TO INSURE WANTED DELIVERY!
SUMMER SANDAL SALE
Limit 1 Pair to Customer
RAYON TRICOT By CAROL
4 pr. 88c
Limit 4 pair to customer at this price.
Sizes 5 thru 10
CLEARANCE of EARLY
2.88 to 10.88
VALUES TO $16.99 IN THIS GROUP
Most all sizes Check these today .
Assorted styles .. all sizes
28AA thru 44C Limit 2
GIRL'S COTTON PANTIES
4 pairs 88c
Sizes 1 through 12
MEN'S and BOYS'
Canvas Loafers and Oxfords
Extra heavy soles ... Extra value
88c to $1.88
YOUNG MEN'S and
500 PRS. SLAX O1
to choose from
BE SURE TO REGISTER Every Time
You Come In for the
U. S. CAPT. KEDS SKAT BIKE
1.88 to 4.88
Wash 'N Wear .
Never irons. A fine
selection to choose
from. Solids, plaids
MEN'S SUIT SALE!
VALUES TO $49.99 Summer weight Wash 'N Wear ... or
dry clean ... Dacron and cotton, Dacron and wool, Dacron and rayon
blends The finest selection ever offered in Port St. Joe.
Men's Broadcloth SHORTS
3 pair -__---$1.88
MEN'S KNIT BRIEFS
3 pair ----$1.88
BOY'S KNIT BRIEFS
4 pair --- $1.88
__ I-1 II I
SALE BEGINS WED., APRIL 20 t f/
H- vl a a- ar`"~
CHILDREN'S DRESS CLEARANCE
$1.88 to $4.88
VALUES TO $7.99
Most all sizes ... Terrific values
PORT ST. JOE
Every Friday Nite
til 9:00 P.M.
Port St. Joe
$1.88 & $2.88
Short sleeves. Ivy or conven-
tional styling. New summer
styles and colors. S, M, L and
XL. Never irons. Blended
fabrics. Wash 'N Wear.
~P i L rr,- I I III I I
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
Shower Honors Mrs. R. W. Henderson, ,r ,.*, ..
Jr., Recent Bride, In
Mrs: R. W. Henderson, Jr., the
former Miss Patsy Jean Johnson,
was honored with a bridal shower
at the home of-Mrs. Emmett Dan-
iell recently. Serving as hostesses
for the event were Mrs. G. C. Ad-
kins, Mrs. E. J. Stevens, Mrs. Er-
nest Lowery, Jr., Mrs. W. L. Du-
rant and Mrs: Emmett Daniell.
Refreshments were served from
a beautifully appointed table over-
laid with a white Irish linen cloth
inserted with squares of hand-made
linen lace. Re-embroidered flowers
in satin stitch design etched the
outline of the lace squares.
The table held a crystal punch
bowl containing lime green punch
topped with a circlet representing
a wedding ring of small pink flow-
ers. Small party cakes with em-
bossed pink and green flowers
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966
1 Daniell Home rau uss tounT
were served. Graduate Studen
The party rooms were attrac- TALLAHASSEE-Florida
University this week annoy
tively decorated with bridal wreath Universiy tis k,3 ann
the names of 1,316 candidate
and pink azaleas. The guests were degrees at spring commence
greeted by the bride, Mrs. R. W. next Thursday, April 21.
Henderson, her mother and Mrs. Mason Ladd, presently dea
Daniels. The bride and her mother the University of Iowa Colleg
were beautifully dressed in pink Law and shortly to become
and the sister of the bride wore of Florida State's new Colleg
blue. They were given corsages to Law, will be the commence
match their dresses, given to them speaker.
by the hostess. The ceremonies are sched
for 4:00 p.m. Thursday in Camp
The guest book was kept by the Stadium.
bride's sister, Annie. Among those receiving deg
---from Gulf County will be Merc
Dolores Sheppard, B.S. in ec
CLASSIFIED ADS! tion and Michaele Amelia Th
Midget Investments That Yield san, B.A. A and S from Por
Joe and Carolyn Britt Lister,
Giant Returnsl in education, from Wewahitcl
MISS HELEN CAROL ALLIGOOD
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alligood
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Helen Carol, to Ed-
ward Keith Bonner, son of C. P.
Bonner, and the late Mrs. H. R.
Young of Sarasota.
NOTES FROM THE
New editions of older books now
at the Gulf County Library in-
"Thomasina" by Gallico.
"The Wapshot Chronicle" by
1 "Catch A Falling Slj" by Bench-
l "Small Woman" by Burgess.
"Bridges of Toko-Ri" by Miche-
S"Deep Summer" by Bristow.
"This Was Tomorrow" by Thane.
"Jubilee Trail" by Bristow.
"The Winthrop Woman" by Se-
"Fabulous World of Opera" by
"Immortal Lovers" (biography of
Brownings) by Winwar.
"American Book of Days" by
"Home Book of Modern Verse"
'"Marilyn" ((biography of Marilyn
Monroe) by Hoyt.
"The Man Who Killed Lincoln"
"Robert E. Lee" by Miers.
"Painting and Drawing In Char-
coal and Oil" by Fitzgerald.
"What Is Democracy" by Ket-
Use your public library. Nation-
al Library Week, April 17 through
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Eugene
SMcClain, announce the birth of a
daughter, Traci Paige on April 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Frasier Har-
dy, announce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Sharon Marie on April 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Luther
Hughes, 218 Second Street, High-
land View, announce the birth of
a son, William Berry, on April 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Josephus Givens,
Jr., 406 Hodrick St., announce the
birth of a son, Demitri Dontre on
All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
PORT ST. JOE
Every Friday Nite
til 9:00 P.M.
Port St. Joe
The wedding will be in the
Long Avenue Baptist Church,
May 28 at 4:00 p.m. No invita-
tions are being sent, but all
friends and relatives of the cou-
ple are invited.
The Eta Upsilon Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met Tuesday night at
the home of Dot Pippin. The presi- -- -
dent, Shirley Daniels, presided over
the meeting. The roll call was giv-
en and the minutes read by the ---
secretary, Lynda Sullivan.
Ways and means chairman, Ann --
Pridgeon reported that the free' -_ .
week end promotion is now under -
Social chairman, Jo Brown, re-
ported that the annual Founder's -
Day Banquet will be held April 29 -a
at the home of Carol Rish. This will
be combined with the Xi Epsilon .
Kappa chapter. At this time the -
Girl of the Year awards will be pre-
sented to the outstanding girl
from each sorority.
Martha Sanborn, presented a .' -
very interesting program on "Sub-
stance for the Art of Life-the -_.-...
The next meeting will be held
May 3 with Jo Brown as hostess. -
Kindergarten Will Present Program
Happyland Kindergarten will The Commencement E
present the Frank L. Baum classic for the kindergarten will
"The Wizard of Oz", Friday, April May 30 at the High Scho
29, at 8:00 p.m. at the High School mediately following there w
Auditorium. reception for the little gr
Admission fee will be 50c and and their parents, given 1
25c except for the immediate fam- Charles Browne and Miss E
ily of the cast.,
Browne. Everyone is invite
rill be a
The annual District Meeting of
The Women's Society of Christain
Service of the Marianna District
of the Methodist Church will be
held at the First Methodist Church,
Panama City, April 21, from 9:30
A.M. 2:00 P.M.
Mrs. LaRua Garrett, District Pre-
sident, will preside and she and
Mrs. R. E. Brown, Society President
of the host church extend a most
cordial invitation to all Methodist
Women of the Marianna District
Dr. E. L. Hardin of Marianna
who is Superintendent of the Mar-
ianna District will address the
group. He is bringing a special mes-
sage of inspriation.
Mrs. E. W. Bowles of Marianna
will be an honored guest at the ob-
servance of the Society's 25th An-
niverstary. Mrs. Bowles was the
first President of the Marianna
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., Confer-
ence Secretary of Missionary Per-
sonnel will speak on Recruitment.
Special music will be provided
by Mrs. Louise Sapp, Organist, and
Mrs. J. W. Wright and Mrs. Tommy
A Memorial Service and election
of District Officers for Group 11
will round out the activities of the
Each local society and all Dis-
trict Officers will give reports on
their work for the year at this
Registration will begin at 9:00
A.M.. Luncheon will be $1.00 and
a nursery will be provided.
If your car is using too
much gas, let US tune-up your
engine. The savings in gas
alone will more than pay for
the service, and your car will
run better, too!
Highland View Gulf
Hwy. 98 W Phone 229-2987
701 Monument Avenue
In 1965, under the administration of Governor Haydon Burns,
Florida reached new heights in
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INCOME
NEW ROADS, HIGHWAYS, EXPRESSWAYS
ALL ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT ANY TAX INCREASE!
\ .- .... .- .. .. ..... .- -.
MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNIT
FOR FOUR YEARS 0.
o PROVEN PROGRESS!
o EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP
INTEGRITY IN GOVERNMENT
VOTE TO KEEP HAYDON BURNS YOUR ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR
VISIT BURNS' HEADQUARTERS
9:30 to 11:30 A.M. ON REID AVENUE
FREE COFFEE and DOUGHNUTS
~p"ll"-------' -- ----------le----Unmwrr~ara~s~;a -21
F-D FQ A V.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. McCormick
of Highland View, announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Pa-
tricia Ann to Pvt. James Sherrill
Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
ley Hartley of Wewahitchka.
The wedding will be an event
of Saturday, April 23, at 3:00
p.m. at the home of the bride.
No invitations are being sent,
but all friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to attend.
PD. POL ADV.
Gulf Coast Playboys Going On WJOE
The Gulf Coast Playboys of
Port:St. Joe will begin a Coun-
try-Western Jamboree: on Satur-
day, April 23 from 1:00 to 2:00
p.m. over Radio Station WJOE.
The group is composed of Ed
Martin of, Wewahitchka, Benton,
"Hamm and Clio (Cannonball) At-
.kison of Port St. Joe and Jr.
-Peterson of White City. The
Group is managed by Julian Mor-
'ris. They have performed with
Grand Ole Opry stars Hank Lock-
lin, Charlie Louvin and Bill An-
derson and played in surround-
ing areas with trooper Jim Fos-
ter, Dixie Lane and stars of the
Gulf Beach Jamboree.
The group would appreciate
your tuning in beginning this
Saturday. If you have a special
request you may call 227-2426
from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Saturday
or write Julian Morris at 307
16th Street, Port St. Joe. :
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR
w I A
We do all
* Replace old linings and shoes
with Firestone Bonded Linings
* Adjust brakes for full drum
* Inspect drums, hydraulic system,
return springs and grease seals
George Padgett Is
New Danley Salesman
Doug Davis, manager of the
Danley Furniture Company here
in Port St. Joe, announced that
George Padgett has been added
to the sales staff of the furniture
Padgett is a native of Port St.
Joe. He and his family live at
503 Madison Street.
George invites all his friends
to come see him at his new lo-
Carl 'R. Gray Candidate
In Representative 'Race
Carl R. Gray, a veteran of both
the Florida House and Senate. has
formally announced his intentions
of seeking the post of Group 2
state representative, Bay Gulf
County District, in the May 3 De-
A former three-term mayor of
Panama City, Gray served in the
House from 1937 to 1941.
Following Navy service in World
War II, Gray was elected to the
Senate. From 1945 to 1948 he rep-
resented the old 25th Senatorial
District, which was comprised of
Bay, Gulf, Calhoun and Washing-
Gray for some eight years was a
news commentator on a state-wide
radio network and during this per-
iod he served as a special legisla-
tive consultant in the capital.
During his long tenure in the
Legislature, Gray served on the
Senate Education Committee that
passed the Minimum Foundation
Program under which Florida
schools now operate.
If elected, Gray pledged to work
toward updating the Minimum
Foundation Program to meet to-
day's educational needs.
A native of Millville, Gray is
married and the father of two chil-
dren. He is a member of the Im-
manuel Baptist Church in Millville
and an honorary member of the
Panama City Lions Club.
'14 '19 $24
GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED
10,000 MILES 20,000 MILES 30,000 MILES
OR OR OR
ONE YEAR TWO YEARS THREE YEARS
Above are installed exchange prices for Ford, Dodge, Chevrolet,
Plymouth and American compacts. Other cars slightly higher.
We guarantee our brake'relining service for the specified number of miles.
and years from date of installation. Adjustments prorated on mileage and
based on prices current at time of adjustment.
Gulf County Ladies League
We had some mighty fine bowl-
ing Wednesday night. Shirley Whit-
field had a fine game of 231. She
took first high game of the league.
Eleanor Williams had a good game
of a 192. Mary Brown had a game
* On lanes 1 and 2, Whit's Four
won three games from Rich's. Shir-
ley Whitfield led her team with a
509 series high for the lanes Wed-
nesday night. Mary Brown was sec-
ond with a 507 series. Rich's won
one with Eleanor Williams leading
with a 419 series. Linda Richard-
son was second with a 405 series.
On lanes 3 and 4, Econo-Wash
won three games from Glidden.
Bennie Hunter led Econo-Wash
with a 360 series. Helen also had
a 360 series for Econo-Wash. Glid-
den' won one with Evelyn Smith
leading with a 465 series. Mary
Alice Lyons came second with a
On lanes 5 and 6, Raffield's and
Citizen's Federal split with both
teams winning two games each.
Leading' Raffield's was Jo Brown
with a 368 series. Second was San-
dra Raffield with a 360 series.
Leading Citizens' Federal was
Louise S. with a 421 series. Shirley
Townsend was second with a 355
On lanes 7 and 8, Cooper Motor
won three games from Comforter's
with Joyce Sweazy leading with a
378 series. Second was Irene Bea-
man with a 37.6 series. Comforter
won one with Mary Roberts lead-
ing with a 441 series. Second was
Elise Rogers with a 392 series.
Standings W L
Glidden 78 34
Comforter 68 44
Rich's 61/22 491/2
Whit's Four ----------62 50
Citizens' Federal -- -- 51 61
Econo-Wash ---------42/2 69%2
Raffield's 38 74
Cooper Motors ----- 38 74
MEN'S SUMMER LEAGUE
Monday night saw the standings
make a complete change. Here's
how it happened.
Lanes 3 and 4 saw Glidden knock
Sunshine Grocery (formerly Jitney
Jungle) out of first place by tak-
ing all four games. Glidden had
Bill Anderson tops with a 616. Sun-
shine Grocery had Herb Gardner
high with 600.
On lanes 5 and 6, Montgomery's
dropped all four to Vance Rogers
team. Buford Griffin was high for
Rogers team with 627. Robert
Montgomery was tops for his team
Lanes 7 and 8 saw Luie's Losers
go into first place by taking four
from the Bleach Plant. R. B. Rich-
ardson was tops for Luie's with
565. Bleach Plant spotlighted John
Presnell with 579.
Standings W L
Luie's Losers ----------10 2
Glidden Co. 8 4
Sunshine Grocery ______ 7 5
Vance Rogers --------- 6 6
Montgomery's -------- 4 8
Bleach Plant -------- 1 11
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
By TI.e Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Roporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
POSTOFFICE Box 308 PHONE 227-3161
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
DI.E YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.<
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable 'or damage further than amount received for reach
iw*e spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is tboughtful1-
weighed. The Lpoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly o
rinces. The spoken word is lost; th3 printed word remains.
BIG MONEY IN POVERTY
If you happen to have a son who is smart enough to
rate an appointment to West Point, the Naval Academy or
the Air Force Academy, put your foot down. That is, if
you want him to have a good thing and become a member
of the affluent society. Steer him instead into the poverty
racket. It's the hottest thing since Prohibition and pizza.
Rep. William Ayres, of Ohio, made this clear recently
when he cited some of the lush salaries being paid to the
top brass of the Poverty Corps. The Generalissimo, Sargent
Shriver, draws down $30,000 a year for his efforts in plan-
ning strategy and directing the troops, and serving pretty
much as his Joint Chiefs of Staff are 23 other world-re-
nowned authorities on poverty-fighting who are paid more
than $25,000 a year. Apiece!
By way of contrast, the U.S. commander in Vietnam,
General Westmoreland, has a base pay of $23,268. How-
ever, it must be understood that the jobs are different. On
orders from the White House, General Westmoreland is
fighting only a limited war. Accordingly, you might say
that he has only a part-time job. On the other hand, the
White House has given Generalissimo Shriver the green
light. To fight this kind of war, men are needed-the right
kind of men, and lots of them.
Holding the poor man's citadel in Washington with the
Generalissimo and his Joint Chiefs are 2,350 full-time em-
ployees. Of this number more than a thousand draw down
more than $10,000 a year. This elite corps has many reserve
units available to it, and all over the country thousands of
well-connected poverty-baiters are rallying to Shriver's
colors-described as "long green".
That the Office of Economic Opportunity, which runs
the Poverty Pentagon, is getting only the best; or at least
the most expensive, manpower is obvious from other sta-
tistics released by. Congressman Ayres. The EOE boasts
310 payrollers who make more than $17,055 a year. The
FBI has only 192 in this wage category, and the Office of
Fears about the escalation of the' poverty war are dis-
counted at the White House, and no public demonstrations
are planned. One taxpayer who said he planned to burn his
income tax return in public recanted after a call from the
Internal Revenue Service.
The other day, Mr. Shriver was booed from the speaker's
podium by the legions that his program was formed to give
succor to. Likewise, the United States received a kick in
the teeth (we should be use to it by now) the other day by
the recipient of massive U. S. aid-France. It seems that
our only enemies are those to whom we attempt to give
There should be a moral there somewhere.
You can have your car service work done on... Charge Pay Only
Fver.s on, ^-uii c 80.0B.0 0 p0 r month
T^^^tott 1 BSEK j lTake Months to PayI ;.o 7 I sR month
95.00 p., month
Pate's Service Center
Tyne's Standard Sta.
Jimmy's Phillips 66
Let 'er rip!
It takes Sunbeam tenderness for thi, e'-en split Try tearing
Ordinriry bread Pagged, une..en e'ge- Not sunbeam.
BeL3use It's BatterWhipped Has a lentureic, le nidr it tears
Straight Here's srri:0thriess and ;,lal v.he~ riouriS'irrient.
All big, big reasons ,hy, people buy Sunbeam. Do you?
those on the no... go Sunbeam
nALcn BY FLOWERS BAKING COMPANY
KING THIN ?,
I ~asvilIe, Georgia Opelika, Alaba.
-1 1 --)aville, Goorais
The store that cares...about you!
A&P Cares...About You!
Grade 'A' Fla. or Ga. Fresh Ice Packed
LEG or 35c
FRYER BREASTS lb. 49c
FRYER LEGS lb. 49c
FRYER THIGHS lb. 49c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN
RIB ROAST --- Ib. 88c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN
CHUCK STEAK lb. 58C
"SUPER-RIGHT" EXTRA LEAN
Ground Chuck -_ 21/2 lb. $1.99
MORRELL PRIDE LEAN, BONELESS, COOKED
Canned HAM 3 Ib. can $2.79
Grade 'A' Fla. or Ga. Fresh Ice Packed
2 to 3 lb. avg.
CUT UP WHOLE FRYERS -
FRYER 'NECKS or BACKS .-
SPECIAL! A & P FANCY ALBACORE-7 OZ. CAN
WHITE TUNA can
SPECIAL! SUNSWEET QUART BOTTLE
Extra Special! All Grinds
Limit One Please with $5.00 Purchase
Agricultural Leaders Will Meet To
Up-Date Business Action Programs
Leaders from all segments of Flo-
rida's huge agri-business will meet Leo rd C.
at the University of Florida April .Leonard C. CostiH
26-27 to up-date "action programs" Stationed In Georgia
developed two years ago by Oper-
ation DARE. GLYNCO,GA. (FHTNC) April 5-
DARE, which stands for Devel- Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade Leo-
oping Agricultural Resources Ef- nard C. Costin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
fectively, is a plan designed to C. L. Costin of 118 Monument Ave.,
help Florida's agriculture meet its. Port St. Joe, Fla., is serving as an
full potential. It was first proposed Air Control Instructor at the Naval
in 1964 to the Board of Control Air Technical Training Center, Gly-
(and to leaders of Florida agricul- nco, Ga.
ture) by Dr. E. T. York, Jr., Uni- He recently completed a course
versity provost for agriculture, in Jet Transitioning at Beeville,
According to Dr. York, the two- Tex., and will fly the F-1 "Fury"
day DARE conference will revamp, in support of Air Intercept Control
commodity pro-grams to keep a- Training.
breast of new developments and
trends in the respective areas of
the agricultural complex.
"Reports by all the DARE com-
mittees will highlight the meeting
since they are pinpointing the pro-
gress mode in each area, "said the
Top state and national- agricul-
,tural leaders will discuss an array
of other topics vital to Florida.
Included is agricultural labor,
its problems and potentials along
with an outlook on meeting agricul-
ture's needs for labor. Alternative
solutions to correct seasonal labor
problems will also be viewed.
The UF educator said leaders
will hear about the world's food
problems and' its implications to
Florida in terms of "the opportun-
ities for expanded exports."
Pricing, taxation and zoning of
agricultural lands are other areas
to be considered over the two days.
Dr. York added that the confer-
ence will look at the changing pat-
tern of consumer demand, includ-
ing the role synthetics play in the
demand for agricultural products.
The impact of product advertising
and promotion on consumption will
also be discussed
Operation DARE, because of its
success in Florida, has brought sim-
ilar efforts from agricultural lead-
ers in other states.
The conference, open to the pub-
lic, will start at 1 p.m. April 26 at
the J. Hillis Miller Health Center
We invite all who are interested
in agriculture or agribusiness to
attend this meeting and I would
be happy to have you go with me.
Let me know soon.
EXTRA SPECIAL! PERK OR DRIP GRIND (NO LIMIT)
A&P COFFEE 21b.can $1.33
FRESH LONG GREEN
CUCUMBERS 3 for 19c
JUMBO FRESH CRISP PASCAL
CELER Y --- 2 for 29c
FOR. FANCY SALADS ENDIVE or
E S C A R OLE 2 bchs. 25c
POLE BEANS ---- b. 19c
L *oe'yB I
.e ys -
WIcN THU COUrON A ru, OF. STAMPS
Resolve-Bottle of 24
Seltzer Tablets 69c
1 JAX. 4-23-66
JANE PARKER CHERRY-1 lb., 8 oz. SPECIAL
STRUESEL PIE ea. 45c
JANE PARKER DELICIOUS-1 Ib., 8 oz. SPECIAL
BLACKBERRY PIE ea. 49c
Jane Parker Orange or Lemon-1 Ib., 1 oz.
CHIFFON CAKE,- ring 49c
50 EXTRA STAMPS NO COUPON
JANE PARKER CARAMEL 14 Oz.
PECAN ROLLS --- ea. 45c
Prices In This Ad Good thru Sat., April 23
Franklin Dry Roasted
PEANUTS .-.... 9 oz. 65c
Lipton Onion-Pkg. of 2
SOUP MIX .-.... pkg. 37c
Detergent-3 lb., 6 oz. pkg.
CHEER (10c off) --.. 73c
Cleaner-3 lbs., 6 oz.
SPIC 'N SPAN ........ 93c
Wishbone Italian, Russian or
French Dres. -- 8 oz 39c
100 Ft. Roll
Handi Wrap .... 100' 29c
Detergent Tablets, 2 lb 14 oz
SALVO (15c off) .. 64c
Cleanser, 14 oz. can
COMET ...----. 2 for 35c
Pepsodent Reg., 3.25 oz.
Tooth Paste --........... 53c
Pepsodent Stripe, 3.25 oz.
Tooth Paste ------ 53c
Pepsodent Adult Size
TOOTHBRUSH .. ea. 69c
Nabisco Choc. Chip, 14% oz.
COOKIES -..... 2 for 89c
McCormick, 2 oz.
Vanilla Extract ... 49c
Ken-L-Ration Liver Flavor
15 oz. cans
DOG FOOD .... 2 for 35c
Ken-L-Ration Reg., 15% oz.
DOG FOOD ... 2 for 35c
Ken-L-Ration Stew, 15 oz.
DOG FOOD ..-- 2 for 39c
La Choy Chow Mein
NOODLES 3 oz. 19c
Soy Sauce ...... 5 oz. 19c
Soy Sauce --. 10 oz. 37c
La Choy Meatless
Chow Mein :..- 1 lb. 43c
La Choy-2 lbs., 12 oz.
Mushr'm Chow Mein 99c
Before entering the service in
August 1962, Lt. (jg) Costin attend-
ed the University of Florida.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GULF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, et al.,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
THROUGH THE STATE ATTOR-
NEY FOR THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE,
THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWN-
ERS, TAXPAYERS, AND CITI-
ZENS OF GULF COUNTY, FLOR--
IDA, INCLUDING NON RESI-
DENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR
SUBJECT TO TAXATION THERE-
IN AND ALL OTHERS HAVING
OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TI-
TLE OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY
TO BE AFFECTED BY THE IS-
SUANCE BY GULF COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA, OF THE
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTED-
NESS HEREINAFTER MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED OR TO
BE IN ANY WAY AFFECTED
You and each of you are hereby
required to appear on the 13th day
of May, 1966, at 1:30 o'clock P.M.,
before the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Flor4- -1 th Courthouse
in WewahitciiLa, miotida, and show
ITHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966
cause why the prayer of the Peti-
tion filed in the above entitled pro-
ceeding should not be granted and
the Certificates of Indebtedness
described therein, and the proceed-
ings authorizing the issuance there-
of, validated and confirmed; said
certificates consisting of not ex-
ceeding One Million Dollars ($1,-
000,000) of Certificates of Indebt-
edness of Gulf County, Florida,
dated April 1, 1966, maturing ser-
ially on April 1 of each of the
years 1967 through 1996,-both in-
clusive, bearing interest, payable
semi-annually, at such rate or rates
as shall be determined upon the
sale thereof, not in any event ex-
ceeding the legal rate, a more par-
ticular description of said certifi-
cates being contained in the Peti-
tion filed in this proceeding.
This Order to Show Cause shall
be published in the manner re-
quired by Section 75.06, Florida
Statutes, in The Star, a newspaper
of general circulation in Gulf
County, published in Port St. Joe,
DONE AND ORDERED at Wewa-
hitchka, Gulf County, Florida, this
6th day of April, A. D. 1966.
W. L. FITZPATRICK,
Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
of Florida in and for Gulf
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
FRANKLIN R. PIPPIN, SR.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Franklin R. Pippin, Sr., deceased,
are hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate
in the office of the county judge
of Gulf County, Florida, in the
courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within six (6) calendar months
from the date of the first publi-
cation of this notice, Each claim
or demand must be in writing and
must state the place of residence
and post office address of the clai-
mant and must be sworn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void accord-
ing to law.
April 6, 1966.
/s/ Franklin R. Pippin, Jr.
Administrator of the Estate
of Franklin R. Pippin, Sr.,
/s/ Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
Attorney for Administrator
221 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 4t
First publication on April 7,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received in
rdulicatt l l r th Cit rI nf W Tnrd
Ridge at the office of Harold R.
r-*- Architect 702 Monument
Avenue, at 2:00 P.M., EST, on
April 19, 1966, for the erection
and construction of a City Hall
Building, at which time bids will
be publicly opened and read aloud.
Proposals must be submitted o4
the proposal form beund in th'
Contract documents, plans and
specifications may be inspected at
the office of Harold R. Odom, Ar-
chitect, 702 Monument Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
HAROLD R. ODOM, Architect
702 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 2t-4-7
Mexico Beach, Beacon Hill,
St. Joe Beach, Highland View,
White City, Ward Ridge. Oak
Grove, Jones Homestead and
(Domestic, summer cottages
or write Box 135
Port St. Joe, Florida
TO THE VOTERS OF L
I am asking you people to let
me be your
DISTRICT NO. 4
to represent you and all of
Gulf County. I will be a full
time Commissioner and give
you an honest, efficient and
I'm qualified in building roads
and bridges and have been
with the City of Port St. Joe
for 18 years and know the
problems that come up before
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
WILL BE GREATLY
P. W. PETTY
Extra Special! Plain or Self Rising
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dream? Of course he does. He
wouldn't be playing ball
if he didn't. He dreams of
the big leagues, game-
winning home runs,
spectacular catches before
huge crowds. He never
dreams of the minor
leagues because it just isn't
big time. Same way in
t banking. When it comes to
transacting your financial
business you want the
best, not second best. Your
BANK is the best in town
for COMPLETE banking
service, no matter what
financial assistance you
need. Yes, checking
accounts, savings accounts
with guaranteed interest,
and all types of loans. Get
to know your banker. By
the way, did you ever
notice how many little
league teams are sponsored
p- by banks?
. Over 400 banks in Florida behind you and your community"
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Golden Agers Meet
The Golden Agers' Club held
their regular meeting at the Stac
House on Monday night. There
were 11 members present.
Mrs. Martha Smith of Valparaiso
gave an interesting demonstration
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966
of liquid embroidery. Everyone
tried his skill in this work and en-
The next regular meeting of the
club will be May 2 at which time
Mrs. Daughtry and Mrs. Kirkland
will serve as hostesses.
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Mrs. Caroline Norton is
a third grade teacher at
Port St. Joe Elementary
School. She has had ten
years teaching experience,
and has taught in Gulf
County for nearly three
MEANS PROGRESS FOR GULF and
MEANS PROGRESS FOR GULF and
e Handsome Contemporary
f Console in rich Walnut veneers
and hardwood solids
A truly striking piece with the careful at-
tention to detail found only in finest furni-
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warmth and richness of Walnut veneers.
WILLIE MAE DANIELL
Willie Mae Daniell, a third grade
teacher at Port St. Joe Elementary
School, is the wife of Arnold E.
Daniell and the mother of Larry
Rogers Davis, age 21.
Mrs. Daniell finished high school
in Ponce de Leon and received her
Know Your Teachers
I -- -~
Mrs. Norton finished
high school at Peabody
Demonstration School and
went on to attain her de-
gree at Peabody College,
She is a member of the
Gulf County Educational
Association, Gulf County
Classroom Teachers Asso-
ciation and Florida Educa-
tional Association. Mrs.
Norton serves on several
committees for the county
and her school. She is on
the GCEA social commit-
tee, and the general poll-
cies committee, physical
education and safety com-"
mittee and the art committee at
the elementary school.
Mrs. Norton, her husband,
Charles W. Norton who is Safety
Director for St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, and her son, Bill, reside at
306 16th Street.
Mrs. Norton likes to fish, hunt,
swim, play bridge and travel.
Some of her extensive travels have
included Europe and Canada.
Dear Mr. Ramsey:
You and THE STAR are to be
congratulated on carrying such a
hard-hitting, thought-provoking ed-
itorial as "I Am A Tired Ameri-
can" in the April 14 issue.
Is it possible that perhaps some
reprints might be made? If so,
count us in for 200 copies.
This is a story that needs to be
told and retold, with your permis-
sion, we would like to run it in the
next issue of the Gulf Coast Jun-
ior. College newspaper, THE
fessional offices, one of which was
in the Gulf Teacher's Federal Cre-
dit Union and the other in the
Florida Council on Elementary Ed-
ucation. She has served on her
school's guidance committee and
she participates in the F.E.A., G.
C.E.A. and C.T.A.
Her hobbies are fishing and
bowling. Her pastimes are sewing
First Baptist WMU
Circle Met Monday
Circle No. 3 of the First Baptist
WMU met Monday, April 18 with
Mrs. P. W. Petty in her home on
Seven members and one visitor,
Mrs. J. T. Kerr of Selma, Alabama
gathered for the meeting.
After business of the circle was
completed, Mrs. Macomber, pro-
gram chairman brought the topic,
IT'S TIME TO PREPARE
Community Birthday Calendar
IT'S GOING TO BE BETTER THAN EVER!
WHO MEETS? WHOSE BIRTHRAY or ANNIVERSARY?
Be sure your club, or your family birthdays are not left out... Business firms, be
sure and get your ads in ... These calendars will go into many homes.
For Advertisements Contact Mrs. Fred Sutton, 227-5911
For Meetings and Special Evetns Contact -- Mrs. A. E. Joines, 229-1686
For Birthdays and Anniversaries Contact _---- Mrs. Lamar Faison, 229-1506
Mrs. Jesse V. Stone, 229-4461
Mrs. Louis Carter, 648-4045
For Adance Calendar Sales Contact Mrs. 'Robert Faliski, 229-1486
PREPARATION DATES MAY 2 THROUGH 16
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We offer low bank rates and allow up to five years to
pay. And note this: life insurance is available. So take out
a loan where there are no mortgage papers to sign ... or other
red tape. Visit our bank today.
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MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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dar and offering prayer for them.
The hostess served refreshments
to seven members and one visitor
Midget Investments with
W. J. (JOE)
MEMBER, BOARD of
Interested in and familiar
with the School Program
of Gulf County.
B.S. at Florida State University. of the day, "My Family, witnessing
Mrs. Daniell has taught for 29 to each other".
years, 19 of which were spent in Mrs. Bell gave the call to prayer
Gulf County. She had held two pro- naming missionaries on the calen-
CARL R. GRAY
Has the ability, experience, and wish to rep-
resent all the peoples of his District.
--- VOTE FOR PROGRESS ---
CARL R. GRAY
CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE
Group 2 Bay and Gulf Counties
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MRS. BETTY SUE ANCHORS
Mrs. Betty Sue Anchors, a third
grade teacher at St. Joe Elemen-
tary, is married to Sidney J. An-
chors, a local insurance agent.
They have two children, Dawn, age
7 and Sydna who is two years old.
The Anchors family live at 619
Mrs. Anchors graduated from
Opp High School in Alabama and
received her degree from Troy
State, Troy, Alabama. She has
taught here in Gulf County for
seven years. She is a member of
the Gulf County Teachers Associa-
Reading is Mrs. Anchors favorite
5 -Fc3tr Quedit y t h 8"Ivm I
I t i
Billy D. Lee Serving
In Vietnam Area
WITH U. S. COMBAT AIR FORC-
ES, Vietnam Airman First Class
Billy D. Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Lee of 108 Duval St., Port St.
Joe, Fla., is now in Vietnam in the
fight against Communist aggress-
Airman Lee is an aircraft air-
frame repairman in the Pacific Air
Forces which provide offensive-de-
fensive airpower for the U. S. and
its allies in -the Pacific, Far East
and Southeast Asia.
The airman is a graduate of City
His wife is the former Elna L.
Fred McCall Is Promoted
To Warrant Officer
Charles F. McCall, son of Mrs.
Marion L. McCall, 1006 Garrison
Ave., has received a Commission
as a warrant officer in the United
McCall served ten years with
the United States Navy and was
presently Completing a tour of
duty with the United States Air
Force when word was received of
Mr. McCall is married to the
former Miss Janet Hill of Madison,
Indiana. The couple and their three
children will reside at Ft. Eustis,
Va., after June 30.
Cadet Peter H. Fox 'Is
Cited for Achievements
Marion, Ala. Cadet Peter H.
Fox of Port St. Joe has been cited
for academic achievement at Mar-
ion Institute according to Colonel
R. J. McDonald, Dean of the mili-
tary junior college and prep school.
Cadet Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. Fox of 1303 Constitution
Drive, has been named on the
Dean's List which is composed of
those cadets who have no grade
less than "B."
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w11 ns THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
Bowling News son, 456.
E. L. Amison-Ann Whittle, 450.
GUYS AND DOLLS ie Seafood. Tapper's Senators and Pate's Shell Service-Gail Hi-
Friday night brought the winter 13 Mile Oyster Co., took two games note, 438.
mixed league to an end. We have each. Tapper's Senators-Mary Alice
all enjoyed this mixed league very Evelyn Smith had high games of Lyons, 430.
much and would like to encourage 175, 158 and 208, giving her high Beaman's Plumbing Eleanor
any married couples to bowl with series for the .alleys, 541. Zela Ad- Williams, 428.
us again in the winter league. The ams had second high with 459. Dixie Seafood-Aliene Abrams,
mixed league will bowl on Thurs- Eleanor Williams and Ann Whittle 395.
day night next season and we are each rolled games of 174.' Verna Burch picked up the 5-10
sure you would enjoy bowling. rp, ,-,1 ... I ,A h,.._ nli" Tanice Tnhnsnn thp .-1n anr
Th fll .LUi 11,lC d fth iJ t s li t;Jncononte31 n
Florida Bank came out in first
place with 80 games won and 40
lost. Those bowling for Florida
Bank were Joy Nell Davis, Joe Da-
vis, Sue Moore and Lamar Moore.
13 Mile Oyster Company came
in second place with 73 games won
and 47 lost. Those bowling for 13
Mile were Buddy and Martha
Ward, Wayne and Donna Ward.
St. Joe Furniture was third with
62% games won and 57 'lost.
Those bowling for St. Joe Furni-
ture. were Vance and Elise Rogers
and Colin and Barbara Tharpe.
United Real Estate was fourth
in the standings with 57 games won
and 63 lost. Those bowling for Uni-
ted Real Estate were Francis and
Connie Kirkland and Jim and
St. Joe Stevedores were fifth
JLei Jo.Uow g i tU lL L lleams
with high series:
Jitney Jungle-Evelyn Smith,
13 Mile Oyster Co.-Zela Adams,
Whitfield Strikers-Mary Harri-
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966
Tapper's Senators _____ 55 65
Beaman's Plumbing __ 52 68
Pate's Shell ____ 52 68
Dixie Seafood -___- 51 .69
Eula Dickey the 5-7-8.
Standings W L
E. L. Amison ________ 75 45
13 Mile Oyster _______ 67% 522
Jitney Jungle -_--__- 67 52
Whitfield Strikers ---- 60 60
Effective Saturday, April 23
We Will Close
Saturday -At Noon
WE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS ALL DAY
GOODYEAR and APPLIANCES
Phone 229-1876 410 Reid Avenue
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5- d ~~,
with 51 wins and 69 losses. The
bowlers were Ruby Lucas, Mary
Harrison, Robert Montgomery and
Shags Four had 36 won and
83 losses. The bowlers were Har-
ley and Mary Roberts and Bill and
Those winning individual tro-I
phies were: First high game, Ruby
Lucas and Jim Beaman; second
high game, Loyce Beaman and
Buddy Ward; third high game, Con-
nie Kirkland and Lamar Moore.
First high series, Mary Harrison
and Lamar Moore; second high
series, Sue Moore and Buddy Ward;
third high series, Martha Ward
and Jim Beaman.
Most improved bowlers were
Barbara Tharpe for the ladies and
Harley Roberts for the men.
We would like to take this oppor-
tunity to thank each of our spon-
sors: Florida Bank, Walter Dodson;
13 Mile Oyster Co., Buddy and
Wayne Ward; St. Joe Furniture,
John Blount; United Real Estate,
Mrs. Jean Arnold; St. Joe Steve-
dores, Bill Tapper; Shag's Four,
Harley Roberts. We deeply appre-
ciate each of these supporters,
LADIES WINTER LEAGUE
Team winners this week for our
league were: E. L. Amison 4-0 over
the Whitfield Strikers; Jitney Jun-
gle 3-1 over Beaman's Plumbing
and Pate Shell Service 4-0 over Dix-
AT THE RATE OF
EIGHT POUNDS FOR
Cancer Movie Shown The film pointed out that cancer
Cancer the lung in heavy smokers is
To Rotary Club 30 times more prevalent than to
The prevalence of cigarette ess o e ee
Guests of the club were Ray
smoking to cancer of the lung was Ramsey from Port St. Joe High
shown in a film to the Rotary Club School, Gene Austin and Rodman
last Thursday noon. The film was Porter of Apalachicola, Hugh Mott
presented -by Cecil Curry, Gulf of Nyak, N. Y., Bill McKay of La-
County Chairman of the American Grange, Ga., and Charles Brock of
Cancer Society. Port St. Joe.
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Kiwanians Told of
Miracle Strip Caravan
Kiwanians heard of the unique
method of the Miracle Strip to pro-
mote their section of Florida by a
bus caravan of residents and busi-
nessmen at their meeting Tuesday.
Charles Parker, developer of
Mexico 'each, and a member of the
recent caravan, told the club of a
tour of Tennessee, Arkansas, Lou-
isiana arid Mississippi to promote
the Miracle Strip. On the tour, the
promoters of the area gave away
free vacations, free fishing trips,
and prizes of all types to people
who would come to the Miracle
Strip to claim the prize and see
what this section of Florida hao
to offer the vacationer.
The caravan left by bus from
Pensacola two weeks ago from
Pensacola and returned the follow-
ing Wednesday night.
Guests of the club were Ieyettes
Carol Mapes and Judy Herring.
Jaycees Planning Fish
Fry for Next Saturday
The Port St. Joe Jaycees will
be hosts at their traditional elec-
tion rally fish fry dinner next Sat-
urday afternoon at the Centennial
The political rally will get under
way at 4:30 p.m. and the Jaycees
will begin serving fish dinners at
Tickets for the fish dinner are
$1.00 each" and are available from
any member of the Jaycees.
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* No defrosting ever in refrigerator or huge 160-lb.
* The exclusive IceMagic ice maker makes ice
automatically, with no trays to fill
* Bushel-size sealed twin crispers
* Handy glide-out shelf in both refrigerator and freezer
* Glide-out meat pan holds 13.1 Ibs.
* Super-Storage door
St. Joe Hardware Company I
To Speak Before Methodist MYF
Mrs. M. J. Maloney, state pres-
ident of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will speakat
the First Methodist Church Fel-
___ ____ lowship Hall, Sunday, April za
NOTICE TO BID at 6:30 p.m.
The Board of Public Instruction, The MYF of the church will be
Gulf County, Florida, will receive host to all denominational
sealed bids in the Superintendent's
office at the court house in Wewa-
hitchka, Florida, until 9:00 A.M., Florida.
C.S.T., May 3, 1966, on the follow- The Board will not consider any
ing: bid less than $950.00 for each car.
Two (2) 1964 6-cylinder Rambler The Board reserves the right to
automobiles. These automobiles reject any or all bids.
can be seen at Cooper's Used Car R. MARION CRAIG,
Lot on Highway 98, Port St. Joe, 2t County Superintendent
Everyone is invited to attend
and hear this dynamic speaker,
speak on "Why Try".
Postmaster Chauncy Costin of
Port St. Joe, was among the over
250 Florida Postmasters and guests
who attended the 30th Annual
State Chapter of the National As-
sociation or Postmasters, April 16
through April 19, at Jacksonville,
The meeting was presided over
by State President Essie M. Cog-
dill of St. Marks, Florida. This
work shop type meeting based on
seminars is held annually to ac-
quaint Postmasters with changes
in rules and regulations and of-
fers the opportunity for Postmas-
ters to discuss with the Atlanta
Regional Officials problems of an
individual office. Thus through
such exchange of ideas and infor-
mation on changes, improved ser-
vice at local offices is achieved.
Through the leadership of the Post-
master General, Lawrence O'Brien,
and the Atlanta Regional Director,
Banks Gladden, and the coopera-
tion of their staffs, the following
Post Office officials, were speak-
ers and conducted the seminars:
Hon. C. Banks Gladden, Regional
Director, Hon. R. W. Bass, Director
Postal Data Center, Hon. E. G. Mc-
Kay, Inspector in Charge, Hon. R.
E. Sandefur, Director, Postal Ser-
vice Officer Program, Hon. Gor-
don S. Presley, Chief of Opera-
tions Branch, Civil Service Com-
mission, and Hon. E. D. Huthnance,
Postal Service Officer. Speaking
for the first time at a state Post-
masters' meeting was the Hon.
Frank Sloan, Office of Economic
Opportunity Southeastern Region-
Officials representing the Na-
tional Association of Postmaster,.
were Mrs. Ada Cheney of Step-"'
hens, Georgia, who is Southeastern
Vice President of the Association,
and will install the newly, elected
officers at the annual banquet, an4
the Hon. J. Nat Burton, of Moneth,
South Carolina, National Commit-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR GULF
IN RE: Estate of
JEFF CHRIS MARTIN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
any claims and demands which you,
or either of you, may have against
the estate of JEFF CHRIS MARTIN,
deceased, late of Gulf County,
Florida, to the Honorable. S. P.
Husband, County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, and file the same
in his office in the County:'Cout-
house at Wewahitchka, Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the' date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal add-
ress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
This the 19th day of April, A. D
/s/ MAUD V. MARTIN,
Estate of Jeff Chris
Martin, deceased. 4t
/s/ William J. Rish 4-21
Attorney for Administratrix
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house on FOR RENT: Small house (1 bed-
twolots at St. Joe Beach. $6500. room) furnished. Water furnish-
twolots at St. Joe Beach. $6500. ed. 808 16th St. Phone 227-4611.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Den, ar~-tment. 1505B Monument
2 baths, Y ting. At St. Joe ..C For couple only. Phone
Beach. Phone 648-4342. Furnished 229-1141 tfc-4-14
or unfurnished. tfc-3-10
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home in FOR, RENT: One and two bedroom
FO SALE: 3 bedroom home in ttractively furishe apa rt-
: nice neighborhood on two corner attractively furnishe a p a rt-
lots. 1700 sq. ft. living area. 3 bed- ments. Cool in summer, warm in
rooms, dining room, living room, winter. Gas heat, window fans.
kitchen with eating area, range They have to be seen to be apprec-
hood, garbage disposal, family iated. Also NICE TRAILER PARK-
room with ge. old brick fireplace ING SPACE. Phone 229-2410, Wimi-
and indoor barbecue, 1 tile baths, c Luuse Apartmeiits and Trailer
central natural gas heat, 2 air con- Park, White City. tfc-2-24
diticners, Harris bondwood ca-
floors. FHA financing avail., $1,000 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
cash and $112.00 per mo. May De ed house on 8th Street. Phone
seen by appointment. Call 227- 227-8806. tfc-2-24
5251 between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00
p.m. tfc-3-24 FOR RENT: Unfurnished large,
nice 2 bedroom house. Fenced
FOR SALE: Handy Man special, back yard, convenient to school.
Good little two bedroof house, Phone 227-8536 after 5 p.m. tfc
furnished. Located on nice 75' lot
one block from water at St. Joe LOST: Downtown. Bifocal, black
Beach. Repair porch and a little rim glasses. Phone 229-4421, St.
paint. Bargain. See and make of- Joe Pure Station.
fer. H. F. Ayers. 227-3986. tfc-21
FOR SALE: Great Lakes 10'x50'
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. with 2 bedroom mobile home. Fur-
3 baths, living room, dining nished. Pay owner $100.00 equity
room, kitchen, den, utility room, and take up payments of $50.00
pantry, two screened porches, cen- per month. B. W. Wilder, Phone
tral heat, air conditioned, dish 229-2801. 3tp-4-21
washer, 2400 sq. ft. living area. 115 -
Hunter Circle. Phone 227-8956. tfc WANTED: Mixed couples to bowl
in mixed league Tuesday nights.
FOR RENT: Clean 2 bedroom apt., For information call 229-3781.
at 619 Woodward Ave. $45.00
per month. Call Gene Halley, Tal- FOR SALE: 1962 Galaxie 400 4-dr.
lahassee, Fla., Office 224-9180, Ext. Ford. Low mileage. Very good
598, Home 385-3139. tfc-10-7 condition u"ater and radio. Can
FOR SALE: 2 cottages at St. Joe be seen after 5:15 in the afternoon
Beach. Call 648-4364 after 5:00 at residence of owner, 525 10th St.
p.m. tfc-3-3 (Cash or time). Phone 227-7871. Ip
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom home FOR SALE: 1960 4-door Falcon, 6-
on corner lot in nice neighbor- cylinder, with heater, white side-
hood, wall to wall carpet in living wall tires. Good condition. Cash
room, den and hall. Two carports sale. See owner. 525 10th St. Ip
and utility rooms. Pay part of FOR SALE: Good, used television
equity and take up existing loan. sets. Good assortment. St. Joe
Phone 227-8021, 301 15th Street, Radio and T VCompany, 228 Reid
after 5:00 p.m. Ave., Phone 227-4081. 12-16tfc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
2 lots at White City. Carport, Buford Griffin. pone 229-3097
utility house and 20x21 shop build-
ing. Call 229-4964. tfc-3-17
FOR SALE: 1961 Valiant, radio,
heater, good tires, good condi-
tion. Call 229-2776 or 227-3161.
TO BUY, SELL or RENT: Real Es-
tate, call Jean Arnold, Represen-
tative, United Farm Agency. Sales
and Rental Office, Beacon Hill
Beach. Phone 648-4800. tfc-4-7
FOR REAL ESTATE SALES and
RENTALS contact Elizabeth W.
Thompson, associate. Mexico Beach
Branch Office, mgr., Hwy 98, 19th
St. Phone 648-4545. E. Tom Prid-
geon, broker, tfc3-31
FOR RENT: Two 1-bedroom fur-
nished houses. Also two 2-bed-
room furnished houses at Beach.
Phone Smith's Pharmacy, 227-5111.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnish-
ed houses at St. Joe Beach. Rea-
sonable monthly rates. Call 227-
3491 or 227-8496. tfc-4-7
MOVE IN. furnished home. Take
care of home and pay utility
bills. Couple only. Go by 502, cor-
ner 8th and Long. I. C. Lupton.
Call Mrs. Jimmy Kilbourn. 4tp
New and Used
785-5497 nite and 763-7216 day
4t Panama City, Florida 4-7
Good seaworthy 15' or 16'
glass boat and trailer wanted.
Pay cash for a suitable rig.
14th St., Mexico Beach
WANTED: Women bowlers for
Thursday night league starting
May 5. For information call 229-
WANTED: Sewing work. All kinds,.
upholstery, etc. 111 2nd' Ave.,
Oak Grove. Phone 227-3026. tfc
TAKE UP PAYMENTS on very
nice 57x10 Melody Home, 3 bed5
room, 1%/ baths. No equity. Phone
HELP WANTED: Male or female,
Would like to hear from depend-
able person with car regarding op-
portunity to supply consumers
with Rawleigh products in Gulf
County or Port St. Joe. For infor-
mation see S. B. Newton, 1414%
Everett, Panama City, or write
Rawleigh FA C 100 518, Memphis,
A COMPLETE LINE of MATER-
NITY WEAR for expectant mo-
thers. Dresses, sportswear, and
underwear. BOYLES DEPART-
MENT STORE. tfc-3-31
IF DR. SAYS ULCERS, get new
Ph5 tablets. Fast as liquids. On-
ly 98c at CAMPBELL DRUGS. 5-26
INCOME TAX AND ACCOUNTING
SERVICE, on a full time basis,
your office or mine, located on
highway S-381 (Dalkeith), 8 miles
south of Wewahitchka, next to In-
finger's Sportsman One Stop. Rates
reasonable, Tel. 639-2415 or 639-
2677. R. L. Capps,.Tax Consultant.
GUN REPAIRS: Stocks made and
altered. Hot salts deluxe bluing.
Nickel plating. Guns for sale or
trade. Ammo. Phone 648-4045 or
see Red Carter, St. Jee Beach.
CARPET CLEANING on location
or free pick-up and delivery.
Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 909
Kraft Ave., Panama City or call
PO 3-7824. tfc-4-22
KITCHEN CABINETS: Step intoj
Spring with a new set of factory
luilt cabinets with one piece for-
mica top. Free estimate. Also fi-
nancing available. 227-3311. trc
MOVING? Your MAYFLOWEI
man is as near as your telephone.
Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR.
ANCE AGENCY, across from the
Post Office. Local and Long Dis
mance Moving. Free Estimates.
JACK'S GUN SHOP-Guns repair
ed, blued and cleaned, stocks
made and refinished. Rifles sportiz
ed. Reasonable rates. Work .guar
anteed. Jack Myers, Ward Ridge
Phone 229-2272. tf(
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet
ing second and fourth Tuesda3
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legior
R.A.M.-Regular convocation on St
Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Pries!
EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular cor
munieation of Port St. Joe Lodg(
No. 111, F. & A. M., every firs
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
H. L. BURGE, Secretary
RALPH SWATTS, SR.,,W.M
PRE-SEASON AIR CONDITIONER
Our Largest Stock Ever -
Many, Many Models to Choose From
C- -- -
Your lawn and-the baseball in-
'<;field. of the Houston Astrodome
may have one thing in common -
that is dollorspot.
A spot of the nylon "grass" in
the 'Dome cost a dollar, while your
(grass may develop the disease call-
ed dollarspot for free.
But don't accept the fungus as
charity since it is reducing the val-
ue of the lawn to that of a wood-
ot a white cobweb-like mold binding
FI lo id together blades of grass. The mold
I I I B disappears when the dew dries.
en nickle. To cure a mild case of dollar-
As implied, the fungus kills spot, give the grass a generous
implied, shot of nitrate of soda. But be sure
grass in patches the size of a silver of the ailment, because nitrogen
dollar. At first the spots of turf adds to the misey of some diseases.
wilt and perhaps turn dark before For safer control, Dr. R. S. Mul-
bleaching out to a straw blonde. lin, Extension Service Plant Path-
Aside from measuring the spots ologist, says use a lawn fungicide
for size with a souvenir dollar, controlling mercury chlorides. Ap-
check for dollarspot just after sun- ply the material as a spray, using
rise. With the aid of the low angle only one or two ounces per 1,000
glint of old Sol, you'll discover square feet of lawn. A jar attach-
in a job it takes
a lifetime to learn
Back in the days when automation was something you only
read about in science fiction, Broward Williams worked with
the State Treasurer's office to convert Florida's pen and
Ink bookkeeping to a data processing system. That's how Florida
became one of the first states to use automation to keep
track of revenues and statistics. As the state grew, so did
the state's capability in record keeping. Today it enables you
State Treasurer to keep up with traffic accident records,
insurance statistics and state bookkeeping. In voting
to keep Broward Williams State Treasurer you will be voting to
keep in office a man who has also kept pace with --
Florida's growth. His many years in the fields
of insurance and State finance qualify him to
continue to represent you completely. When you vote *
to keep Broward Williams your State Treasurer you .
will be voting to keep in office a man with.proven a I
experience in a job it takes a lifetime to learn.
Political Advertisement Paid For by Fred N. Lowry, Treas.
ment on a garden hose is an idael
way to drench the disease from
Now-is a good season to initiate
an air-layering project. This an-
cient Chinese method of propaga-
tion is fine for shrubs and trees
that are lazy in taking root.
Carissa, lycchee or guava are
The operation is simple. Remove
a half-inch ring of bark near the
base of a twig, tie a handful of
bamp sphagnum moss around the
ringed area, then wrap the moss-
covered section with a piece of
plastic. Aluminum foil and freezer
wrapping can also be used.
Garden supply stores sell com-
plete air layering kits for serious-
minded amateur propagators.
Trim hedges while the plants are
still succlent. This will cause them
to produce better shaped and thick-
er hedges. Remember to remove
enough old wood in early flower-
ing hedge plants to keep the shoots
coming up from the ground. New
shoot tips can be pinched to make
them branch and form a full-bod-
There are a bountiful number of
flower seed you can sow now. They
include amaranthus, aster, balsam,
calliopsis, carnation, celosia, chry-
santhemum, coleus, cosmos, cyuog-
lossum, cypress vine, dahlia, four-
o'clock, geranium, hyacinthbean,
linaria, marigold, noonflower, pe-
tunia, periwinkle, ricinus, straw-
flower, tithonia, thumbergia, ver-
bena and zinnia.
If the pain of stooping is pre-
James Bray Feted
For Sales Output
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. James
Bray of St. Joe Motor Co., Port St.
Joe, will be honored for an out-
standing sales performance during
1965 at a banquet at the Diplomat
Hotel in Hollywood by the Sea, on
Saturday, April 23.
S. J. Obringer, manager of Ford
Division's Jacksonville Sales Dis-
trict, said a select number of Ford
dealership salesmen will be pre-
sented a 300-500 Club membership
award for "excellent retail sales
performance." The Ford 300-500
Club was founded in 1950 to recog-
nize the performance of outstand-
ing Ford salesmen throughout the
Mr. Obringer said the average
300-500 Club member sold nearly
$500,000 worth of automotive mer-
chandise in 1965 to quality for the
venting the planting of spring flo-
wers then consider a raised flower
bed. Such a bed around a tree of-
Construct an inner wall and an
outer masonry wall to contain the
bed. Build the inner wall fairly
close to the circumference of the
tree allowing ample space for
tree growth. Distance between
walls and height of the wall de-
pend on the size of bed desired.
Be sure that the soil dumped in-
to the newly constructed bed is
rich in organic matter, but free
of weed seeds and nematodes. Be-
fore planting, it would be a good
idea to fumigate the soil. There
are several chemicals available
for the job.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL .. 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .--........ 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ...... 7:30 P.M.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
You can always count
on our pharmacist to
be available when you
need him, regardless of /
the hour! And you can
depend on him for all
your other health
Your druggist's Certificate as a Registered pharmacist
shows that he has passed the Florida State Board of
Pharmacy examination and is qualified to dispense drugs.
At Smith's you are assured of your prescription being
compounded by a Registered Pharmacist, expertly and
It's not too late to plant glad- Ayer and Danna
ioli. They will reward you with a COSMETICS FOR MEN By English Leather, and Canoe
show of color in about 80 or 90
days after they get settled in the
warm earth. If planted now, be smith's Pharmacy
sure to put the glads where they
will spend the summer before they
start blooming. This will insure a Phone 227-5111 Drive-In Window At Rear
better flush of blooms.
keep it in
s;~ ~ ~-,-~-r 1
Ford Dealer i
Or under a counter.
keep it in
The Southland's stampeding us.'
Sales on Mustangs-and all the other
new Fords-are soaring. Big volume for
us means big savings for you. Hurry!
We're not kidding about this sales stampede. Every
14 seconds somewhere in America, somebody buys
a new Ford. We Southland Ford Dealers are no
exception. Our quiet '66 Fords, re-invented Fairlanes,
new Falcons and '66 Mustangs are breaking records.
But we're not bragging-we're dealing ... on every
car in stock. Come in now for the best deal-and the
'best car-in town.
YOU'RE AHEAD IN A FORD ALL THE WAY!
.nd it keeps thea in hot water.
Only an electric wafer heater can go anywhere-because It needs no
flue. It's FLAMELESS. Be sure you see today's Quick Recovery Electria
models. They come in various sizes. (40 gallons Is right for most fami-
lies.) They come In various shapes to fit your plans. Costs less to own,
too. (Your dealer or plumber can show you why.)
Fairlane 500IXL Hardlop
We say it with service,
* SAVE AN EXTRA $23
S Any of our customers who switch from flame
to flameless electric water heating
between March I and April 30
S receives a $25 Installation allowance.
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St. Joe Motor Company
322 MONUMENT AVENUE / PHONE 227-3737
PORT ST. JOE,
Every Friday Nite
til 9:00 P.M.
Port St. Joe
COSMETICSPOR LADIES By Coty Revelon Harriett d
YOUR ITAX-PAYM, I NY"LOrOR900 A DIA COWMVX
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THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 196-6
SPECIALS FOR APRIL 20, 21, 22 and 23
HI S Georgia Red Pal-2Y2 Lb. Jar Del Monte-303 Cans Del Monte-303 Cans
SUNSHINESWEET POTATOES ----- lb. 5c PEANUT BUTTER __ jar 89c EARLY PEAS -- 4 cans 89c Cream Style Corn 3 cans 63c
WEDNESDAY Giant Size Shasta Del Monte-303 Cans Del Monte-303 Cans
MORNING THRILL DETERGENT -- pkg. 29c CANNED DRINKS 5 cans 35c GREEN BEANS --- 4 cans 89c FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 cans 99c
jiN Jitney Jungle GET THESE SAVINGS and Del Monte-303 Cans Del Monte Pineapple-Grapefruit-46 Oz. Cans
SPECIALS CAKE MIX ------- pkg. 20c VALUABLE KING KORN STAMPS Family Style CORN 3 cans 63c DRINKS _____--3 cans 79c
DUBUQUE'S CANNED FULLY
4 3-4 Lb. Can
DUBUQUE'S FULL CUT
ROUND STEAK----- I b.
DUBUQE'S FINE BEEF
CHUCK ROAST ---- Ib.
DIUBUQE'S FINE BEEF
SIRLOIN STEAK ---- Ib.
DUBUQE'S FINE BEEF
T-BONE STEAK --- Ib. -
GROUND CHUCK------- lb. 79c
BEEF SHORT RIBS -------b. 39c
BRISKET STEW BEEF ---- -lb. 29
COPELAND'S PURE PORK 14 OZ. PKG.
7:00 to 9:00 !P.M.
Fryers- lb. 25c
Limit 3 with $5.00 Order
Carton of 6-RC
COLAS --- 25c
Plus Deposit-Limit 3
with $5.00 Order
U. S. NO. 1 IRISH
0 lbs. 49c
Limit 2 Bags
CARTON OF 6 BTLS.
TISSUE E -- 2
WHITE GOLD or.DOMINO 5 POUND BAG
LIMIT 5 POUNDS WITH $7.00
OAK HILL 303 CAN
FOLGER'S Limit 1 with $7.00 Order
COFFEE Ib. 59c
Biscuits 4 cans 31(
KRAFT'S LIMIT 1 QUART
ORDER OR MORE
5 cans 57c
RC COLA or
Free King Korn Stamps
WITH THESE SPECIALS
5 t Stamps with purchase 2 qt. A Stamps with 2 btls. Hunt's
Uor y2 gal. StaFlo Liq. Starch 5U Hickory or Pizza Catsup
a2 Stamps w/purchase lb. pkg stamps w/12 jars Gerber
2 Soft Chiffon Margarine 5U Strained Baby Food
Stamps w/purchase V2 gal. Stamps with 1 pkg. 24's
5 0Dutch Holland Ice Cream 5 Fam. Size Tetley Tea Bags
SStamps w/purchase 4 pkg. A Stamps with 5 Ib bag
50 west Pac Froz Vegetables U Robin Hood Flour
SStamps with 2 pkg. any Stamps with 3 lb. can
size Modess Sani. Napkins iv5 Crisco Shortening
DASH pkg. 69c
IVORY 2 for 23c
CASCADE pkg. 79c
TOP JOB btl. 59c
IVORY LIQUID --......- btl. 59c
THRILL btl. 26c
DOWNY btl. 45e
SALVO pkg. 81c
ZEST 2 bars 31c
LAVA 2 bars 27c
MR. CLEAN btl. 39c
IUZ pkg. 81c
SPIC & SPAN ......-......... pkg. 31c
OXYDOL pkg. 27c
IVORY FLAKES ...... pkg. 35c
IVORY SNOW -.....-...- pkg. 35c
BONUS pkg. 81c
DREFT pkg. 35c
CAMAY 2 bars 35c
IVORY SOAP .......... 4 bars 29c
TIDE, CHEER, BOLD .... $1.29
COMET 2 cans 35c
SAFEGUARD ........- 2 bars 31c
1 STORES I
IFriendliest Stores In Town
3. -, --~
"- Fresh Produce
Squash 2 bs. 29c
Bananas Ib. 10c
Lemons doz. 29 c
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KING KORN IS ONE OF THE WORLD'S FIVE
LARGEST STAMP COMPANIES.
PROVEN LEADER IN BEAUTIFUL CATALOGS
King Kora has one of the most beautiful catalogs we've ever seen
and PORT STr JOE
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King Korn will sponsor contests, giveaways, and other events throughout the year...
watch for them-there will be thousandsand thousands of winners in this area alone!
WORLD RENOWN FOR FAMOUS NAME GIFTS
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and they're completely guaranteed for quality and ricee'
Grand Prize Redemption Store Will Be Open Thru
I ml A -91. mm 0 MES3 E--ML-.
iI m .I i
Help With Redemptions.
After That Date Sunshine Food Store Will
ine Stor Wl a
Available To Fill Incomplete Books.
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NO PURCHASE NEEDED REG--C VISING
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There Is A Few Sta ns
By MICHELLE ANCHORS
Tuesday ended the fifth six
weeks of school. Report cards will
ge out next week to all students.
School is out until Monday for
Teachers are attending meetings
of F. E. A. Wednesday, Thrusday,
and Friday of this week in Miami.
Representing Port St. Joe High
School at the convention are Mrs.
Margaret Biggs, Miss Elizabeth Pal-
mer, Mrs. Beulah Clark, and Coach
April 14 students were enter-
tainded by a chorus from Forest
High School in Jacksonville. The
large group presented programs
to junior and senior high students.
Try-outs for cheerleaders will be
held Wednesday. Eight girls in
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have all you need for
all your chores with the
GAS WATER HEATER
Assures longer *
action of hot
more hot water,
faster. No more
STrim, compact styling.
EASY TERMS JUST $2.00 PER MONTH
St. Joe Natural Gas Co.
grades 10 and' 11 will be chosen
as varsity cheerleaders and eight
girls in grades 7-9 will be chosen
as junior varsity cheerleaders.
Cancer poster winners have
been selected on originality and
neatness. First place went to Nancy
McInnis; second, to Alfred Rudd;
and third, to Kenneth Callahan. Re-
ceiving honorable mention were:
Randall Walker, Norman Quinlan,
Susan Maxwell, Sue Ann Allen,
Joyce Clemens, Donald Holland,
Billy Floyd, and Eugene Jensen.
School was dismissed Monday at
2:15. Teachers attended a county
meeting held at the Highland View
A new member has been added
to the faculty. Dillard Hendersonn,
a graduate of Troy State, is now
teaching English and enrichment
at the high school.
Danny Wall, first place recipient
in the local science fair, received
second place in the regional science
fair held in Panama City. This
made Danny eligible to enter the
state contest which he attended
the 14th and 15th.
Board of Health Adv
Children Starting to
starting to school this fall must
have birth certificates; and they
SHOULD be vaccinated against the
Gulf Life Agents to
Gulf Life Insurance Company's
annual President's Club Conven-
tion for the North Florida-South
Alabama Conference being held in
Panama City, Florida (April 21-24)
will be attended by the following
Gulf Life representatives in the
Port St. Joe area: B. L. Huckeba
and Willis Huckeba.
Approximately 120 sales leaders
and their wives have been invited
to the convention, which will also
be attended by M. S. Niehaus, presi-
dent of the company; vice presi-
dent C. E. Lewis and E. H. Malone.
Medicare Sign-Up Deadline Is Extended
By President Johnson Until May 31
President J o h n s o n recently Social Security office. The Social
signed a law extending the Medi- Security office for this area is
located at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
care deadline for people already Panaa Ct, rid (telephone
age 65 to May 31, 1966, according 7635331).
to John V. Carey, District Manager The office is open from 8:30 a.m.
of the Panama City Social Security to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Fri-
Office. This new deadline applies day and 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon on
to everyone who became 65 before Satuda
April 1. atu
Any eligible person who has
not signed up for Medicare defin-
itely should take advantage of this
who previously had turned down
the suplementary medical insurance
under. Medicare can change his
mind. He has until May 31, 1966
in which to do this.
Many people learned recently
that their private health insurance
plans were being changed to cover
only those items not covered by
Medicare. The new deadline gives
these people another chance to en-
roll for Medicare if they have not
already done so.
For Strong State
Government to Meet
the Problems of
-_ VOTE FOR
for HOUSE OF
Bay and Gulf Counties Group 1
114 Monument Ave.
Midget Investments with
rises ed TPESTAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966
rises Needs for
.the time an infant is three months measles vaccine between nine and
School In Fall old he should begin immunization 12 months of ae. Boosters should
be taken regularly over the years.
common childhood diseases. series against whooping cough, These insure immunity for the dis-
The State Board of Health says polio; smallpox; diphtherit, and tet- eases to the child throughout his
a birth certificate can be obtained anus (lockjaw). He should have life into adulthood.
more quickly now before the last- o ___,.
minute rush. The certificate is ne-
cessary because without it the child FIR T BAPTIST CHURCH
could lose an entire year at school. I RST BAPTIST
If the child was born in another Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor
state, application must be made to
officials of that state.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
Some counties hold early pre MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
school registration some starting
soon. Certificates necessary to TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
complete this work can be ob- EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
trained from most county health PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday( .... 7:30 P.M.
departments; or they may be ob-h
trained from board headquarters "Come and Worship God With Us"
The application or !ftter r-"st
include the full name of the child;
the full name of the father; the
full MAIDEN name of the mother;
the day, month, year, city and coun-
ty of birth; whether the child is
male or female; and the child's
race; the original birth certifi-
cate number should be included if
possible. A fee of $1.00 must ac-
company the request.
Board officials also said that by
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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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Individuals who have already
signed up for Medicare may re-
ceive a letter from the Social Se-
curity office advising that more in-
formation is needed before their
health insurance identification card
can be issued. Prompt response to
one of these letters means that the
health insurance identification card
will be issued much sooner.
A person who becomes age 65
after March 31, 1966 should enroll
for Medicare sometime during the
three months prior to his 65th
birthday, and certainly no later
than the month in which he be-
Benefits under Medicare are not
available until an individual is 65
years old. For additional informa-
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care, you should contact your local
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intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida.
NEIL K. ARNOLD
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