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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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PORT ST. JOE FLORI ,
THURSDAY, JULY 22, 5
TWENTY-EIN H ITEAR .
DRIVING OF PILING IS STARTED LAST FRIDAY MORNING
WORK STARTED ON NEW BLEACH PLANT
School Board Calls for
PSJ Lunch f
The Gulf County School Board
,met in special session Monday eve-
ning in the City Hall in Port St.
Joe, to call for bids on a new lunch-
room for the Port St. Joe High
ISchool. The Board has been told by
~Ihe Southern Associaton of Accredi-
tation that Port St. Joe High School
will lose its accreditation if certain
construction is not performed at
9he local school or started by the
'time the Association representative
visits here in September of this
The new lunchroom has been
designed to feed 350 students at
one time, with a capacity for
feeding three shifts at each din-
ner hour, making a total capacity
of 1,050 meals per meal time.
Bids for the new lunchroom
will be received and opened on
August 24 at 9:00 a. m., EST, at
the office,of the Board of Public
Instruction in Wewahitchka.
Kiwanis Setting Up
._ .r__ "_ -
.,e ,Sea risning rip
0OO0 DIdS The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
began working toward a big proj-
ect of promoting a huge deep sea
The Board has been reluctant to fishing expedition in October at
do any construction work at the their meeting Tuesday at noon.
present time in view of an up-com- At present the Club has two deep
ing bond issue for a major con- sea fishing boats chartered with a
struction program. After a lengthy, capacity for the two boats of 80
discussiofi Monday evening, it was people.
the consensus of the Board that The club is planning the trip for
whatever plans are made for the Wednesday, October 13. The cruise
future with bond money, the pres- will leave Port St. Joe at 2:00 a. m.
'ent high school complex will be and return the middle of the after-
used for school purposes in Port noon on that date. Admission for
St. Joe and would need an enlarg- the trip has been set by the club at
ed lunch room. So the decision was $17.00, which includes tackle, clean-
made to go ahead with this con- ing of fish and all extras except
struction. lunch on the boat during the day.
The new cafeteria will be con- The club is planning this trip for
structed at the south end of the their one big project during the
present high school building at the year with all proceeds from the
southeast corner of the parking project to go toward their under-
pavement. A covered canopy will privileged children's work.
attach the cafeteria to the 'main Guests of the club Tuesday were
building. Sam Morgan, Joe Padgett, John
Architect for the new building is Paul, Capt. Baumgartner and W.
Norman P. Gross of Panama City. W. Strom ,of Panama City.
Pictured above are the Port St. Joe Invitation- vid Young. Back row left to right, Daryl Strick-
al Tournament Champions. The team is Florida land, Frank Dennis, Junior Nichols, Joe Davis,
National Bank. The members are, front row left Jerry Tuttle, Ellzey Williams, Gene Raffield and
to right: Lou Little, Walter Dodson, Royce Butts, Byrus Gortman.
Pete Peters, Johnny Ray, Wayne Ernst and Da- -Star photo
'Florida Bank' Wins Tourney
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY
It's that season of the year when every super market about is
loaded down with those succulent, juicy, ripe peaches. And they
are about in abundance, large, ripe, relatively inexpensive and,
above all, delicious.
Our mother-in-law, up in Georgia near Fort Valley, the peach
raising center of the Peach State of Georgia, in the County of
Peach, sent us a large box' of. the native fruit this week.
And they were good.
We realize that all of you ,transplanted middle Georgia
crackers are getting a little homesick this time of year for the feel
of a luscious peach pulled right off the tree.
But, if you can't go to the source and indulge in this feeling
and taste of ecstasy, you may console yourself by remembering that
this is also the gnat season in the peach growing section of Georgia.
While it's the gnat season in Georgia, it's the tourist season
here along the Gulf Coast of Florida.
S Just recently, a local hotel owner told us that he had people
in his hostelry that had been hunting a room to "put up" all the
way from Pensacola.
And the hotel-motel people tell us, that the closest bedroom
to the Gulf for hire the Fourth of July week end was in Dothan,
Port St. Joe merchants are realizing some good business from
;the beach tourists and I know they are grateful.
As one air conditioner merchant said when we called on him
for advertising lineage this past week, "If people don't buy an air-
conditioner now, they will never buy one. I should be the most
popular merchant in town this week".
And after the temperature the past few days we couldn't argue
R A nA MIKI LA AnnC
Construction work on the new St. Joe Paper Company
bleach plant was started Friday morning as the Raymond
Piledriving Company began driving piling for the new build-
ing which will house the bleach plant. The first pile was
started in a brief:ceremony at the mill site at 9:30 Friday
morning with Mrs. T. S. Coldewey, wife of SJPC'vice-presi-
dent, Tom S. Coldewey, driving the first pile for the con-
To Provide More
Land for Park
Governor Haydon Burns called
SMonday for submission of a mas-
ter plan for long-range develop-
ment of an outdoor recreational
Program for Florida.
Burns directed the Outdoor Rec-
reational Planning Committee to
draft the plan and said his fellow
Cabinet officials supported the
The council approved an appli-
cation to the U. S. General Services
Administration for acquisition of
1,747 acres of surplus federal pro-
perty on St. Joseph Peninsula here
in Gulf County for a proposed
Gulf-front state park.
The land has not been appraised
so the state won't know what it
must pay except that it will be
about one-half the current value
which Recreation Director Ney
Landrum estimated would be about
$125.00 an acre.
The state already owns 671 acres
in the area and wants the whole
parcel for a scenic park.
Burns went along but said he
hates to talk about spending $125
an acre for 1,700 acres of land in
an isolated, sparsely populated
area of Florida until parks are
developed in population centers.
Building In CityUp
Over Last Year
City Clerk J. B. Williams told
the City Commission Tuesday
night that building is going at a
good pace in Port- St. Joe the
first half of this year.
Williams said the building per-
mits issued thus far in 1965 are
within $23,000 of the permits is-
sued for all of 1964. Permits thus
far this year total $548,545.00
Included in the permits issued
are 17 new homes, 31 home re-
modeling projects, three busi-
ness house remodeling projects,
two new churches, one-school
addition and a permit for the
new Florida National Bank.
Dy UIAIvI IAvu*Av-YV
Friday night and Saturday prov-
ed to be one of the big sports at- Craig In Jacksonville
tractions of the year, as the Soft- Seeking
ball Association sponsored the first Seeking SchoOl Land
annual St. Joe Invitational Tour- M n C St
nament. Marion Craig, Superintendent of
St. Joe was represented in the Public Instruction for Gulf County,
St. Joe was represented in the is in Jacksonville today along with
tourney by Florida Bank and Wewa es in J sonvile today along, with
Bank. Out of town teams included: Cecil G. Costin, attorney for the
Glidden of Jacksonville, Kolmetz Board. They are in Jacksonville
Construction, Commander's Fire- meeting with the St. Joe Paper
birds and Medical Center Drugs, Company to secure more land for
all of Panama City, and Y. M. C. A. the Port St. Joe High School site
and Wheels, Inc., of Fort Waltonfor expansion purposes. The Super-
Beach. intendent and Attorney have an
Florida Bank was the big winner, appointment with Edward Ball of
but they had to make a great come- the SJPC to deal for land.
back. They got off to a fast start The School Board is seeking to
Friday night as Gene Raffield rap- obtain all of the and between the
ped a grand slam home run that present high school and Niles Road
sparked a 15-6 victory over Kol- and to the rear of the school prop-
metz. They continued their drive erty to the large drain ditch.
Saturday morning by downing Y. The purpose of obtaining more
M. C. A., 13-3. They lost to Wheels, land is to provide an on-ste tract
Inc., 12-5, and dropped into the los- ef land for high school expansion
ers bracket. The comeback started. into a possible junior high and
senior highcomplex, all in the
Wayne Ernst's lead-off homer led seor hgh lex, all in the
t ......;n ,1 vtmP-,. i same area.
Uo a JU- troUUncII U LUIme a C111U
put them in the finals. Frank Den-
nis lined a clutch single to left
field to drive in Pete Peters with
the winning run, in the bottom of
the eighth. This gave Florida Bank
The St. Joe Public Library is
opened on the following days:
a hard bought 8-7 squeaker over Monday-2:00 6:00.
Wheels, Inc., and set the stage for Tuesday-2:00 6:00, 7.00 9:00.
the big game. In the finals it was Wednesday closed.
close all the way. Wheels, Inc., tied Thursday-2:00 6:00, 7:00 9:00.
the game 4-4 in the top of the sixth. Friday-2:00 6:00.
However, in the bottom of the sixth Saturday-9:00 12, 1:00 3:30.
Walter Dodson drilled a double to A varied array of books, includ-
left center to drive in Pete Peters ing' fiction, non-fiction, biography,
(again) with what proved to be the mystery, research materials, and
(Continued On Page 12) paperback books are offered.
Construction of the new bleach
plant is under the direction of Aux
P. Schnyder, a consulting engineer
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Paper mill supervisors pose in front of the len, Jr., Mr. Brock, pile driving company foreman,
pile driver Friday morning as work began on Aux P. Schnyder, consulting engineer, Mrs. T. S.
driving piling for the new St. Joe Paper Company Coldewey, Sid Brown, Roy Garrett, Ed Ramsey
bleach plant. From left to right are Ferrell Al- and Bill Simmons. -Star photo
Municipal Election Set Highland View Church there. Rev. Cary will be conduct-
For Tesda Sep r 14 ing services nightly through Wed-
For Tuesday, September 14 Dedicate Buildin nesday, July 28th, and will be show-
Clerk J. B. Williams notified ing colored slides of the mission
the Board of City Commission The Highland View Church of work in the Philippines.
Tuesday that Municipal Elec- God, located at 232 Sixth Street in The Church of God and its pas-
tions will be held on September Highland View, wishes to announce tor, Rev. Robert Cary, extend to
everyone an invitation to be pres.
14. the dedication of their new church ent at these special services.
Coming up for election are and Sunday school annex, at 2:30 services.
Commissioners rrom vroups .;
and 4. These seats are now held
by I. C. Nedley and Wade Bar-
Qualifying deadline for the two
offices is August 23. Qualifying
fee is $35.00.
Clerk Williams said that there
are now 1,460 registered to vote
in the City. Deadline for voter
registration is September 3.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Glass of
Kingstree, S. C., announce the
birth of a daughter, Robin Carelin.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. George Glass, Oak Grove.
p. m., July 25th.
Rev. James A. Cross, State Over-
seer from Tampa, will preach the
dedicatory message. The Rev. Cross
is the former General Overseer of
the Church of God throughout the
The 11:00 o'clock morning wor-
ship service ,and the 7:45 p. m.
evangelistic service will have as
guest minister, Rev. Lovell R. Cary,
missionary from the Philippine
Islands. Rev. Cary is the brother
of the local pastor, Robert Cary,
and has just returned to the States
after six years of missionary work
Court House Site
Is Being Cleared
County Road Department em-
ployees, under the direction of
Superintendent Lloyd Whitfield
began clearing the site for the
new Gulf County Courthouse on
Monday of this week.
Commissioner Walter Graham
told the Board it was "dragging
its feet" at their regular meeting
Tuesday of last week and said
that work should proceed.
NUltlvhi i 21
widely known in the pulp and pa.
per industry. Schnyder has been C y is s n a s t p
the consultant on every major ex --=.-
pansion of the St. Joe Paper Cor _m-
pany mill and was the consultant ..- -.
plant building. The building itself dfpiling f the new e ln b
for the initial construction of the
Currently at work atof the millwood yard andsit
en t t o t t t Mrs. To S. Coldewey is shown above starting the pile driver
is the Raymond Piledriving Con con R N Fire P per
oist d e te ft p g u r driving hnew St. Joe Paper Company
pany. The firm will drive approxi- bleach Dplant building Mrs. Coldewey went through the ceremony
mately 800 piling under the itnew "Friday morning of last week, after which the actual driving of
ieplanti conTreute it tih nte piling for the new bleach plant began. -Star photo-
is being constructed at the North-
west corner of the wood yard ndmill ora
can be seen under construction S employees ve e City Board Will Buy
from Highway 98.Upon completion, the excess of one million accident Board that the Fire Underwriters
The pile driving operation con- WorkSafety eRecord New Fire Pumper
sists of driving hollow steel ec e ertub-
ing into n the ground which will be The Safety Department of St. Joe Ta e Commission voted Tues
filled with concrete. Paper Company announced yester m day night to purchase a new fire
Estimates are that it will take day that for the fourth time in the pumper for the Port St. JoeFire
approximately 18 months to com- h rs ha n a Department. over 20 ye
plete the rnew $6 million bleach tions the employees have worked Clerk Williams reported to the
mill here. Upon completion, the in excess ofd one million accident Board that the Fire Underwriters
mill will turn out 500 tons per day ree hours. This is the second con- have recommended a new pumper
i bleached pulp and board The secutive year that the mill employ- for the City for the past three
new addition to the St. e Joe mill ees have set this safety record. years. He said the Underwriters
will use mostly hard woods in its Through yesterday, more than frown on a City keeping and using
operation. 1,025,000 hours had been accumu- equipment over 20 years old. The
The bleached 'pulp and board late toward the goal of setting a City's oldest of two pumpers is u26
will be used in the company's 16tnew record. The record of 1,300,- years old.
container plants in the U. S. and 000 hours was set during the per- Commissioner John mobert Smith
three in Ireland. It is expected that from ac 14, 1962 to January moved that the City advertise for,
hese plants will take the maor14, 1963. The last lost time acci- bids for a new 1,000 gallon per min-
part of the bleached board to be dentoccurred December 23, 1964. ute pumper. The mother ion was una-
produced, ith the remainder be-i This achievement currently pla- nimously carried by the board.
ing sold, as bleached pulp, to do. ces St. Joe Paper Company in the Williams told the Commission
mestic and foreign paper produc- top five in the 71 member South- that by the. time a pumper can be
ers. ern Pulp andPaper Association, delivered the City will have $6,500
The company said that a high of Ito pay on th
S g o The 850 employees involved in to pay on the pumper and 'can pay
300 construction emplo3:ees willbe the safety record are naturally the balance over a period of three-
at work on the expansion ':during proud of their achievement. years.
the peak construction period. I-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida,
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department
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CAN THEY AFFORD "DEDICATION"?
Back during World War I there was a song that was
popular that contained words that wondered, "How are you
going to keep them down-on the farm after they've seen
July 13, 1965.
Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey,
Editor, The Star,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
Too Late to Classify..
By Russell Kay prits are required to stand up
straight,. take their hands out of
I wish everyone could read the their pockets ,and show respect. If
story of how a Negro woman judge the appear with Beatle hair or
in Philadelphia is employing old sideburns she sends them out to
fashioned, down-to-earth, tried and get a hair cut.
proven methods in dealing with et h c
juvenile crime. She contends that there is no
suh thinq q- j idv d l nr qp
Rear Mvr. amsey: The story appeared in the July 9
I recently visited relatives inissue of "Life" magazine and I
Port St. Joe and read your paper i o L m a I
Port St. Joe and read your paper urge you to read it. It is titled
of July 8. I was much impressed "Her Honor Bops the Hoodlums"
with your editorial on teacher sal- and is written by Dora Jane Hamb-
aries in Gulf County. I believe I lin.
have never to my knowledge, read Juanita Kidd Stout, 46, stands
an editorial so impartial and fair five feet three, with a high, girl-
on that subject. ish voice, uses two pillows while
How true was the fourth para- sitting on the bench, but she looks
graph relative to the reason why
graph relative to the reason why bigger than the Jolly Green Giant
most people locate in a given place. to the culprits before her in the
I was glad to see the sentences, Juvenile Court.
"How can we expect teachers to A native of Oklahoma, Judge
sacrifice a decent living to teach Stout was brought up by stern but
our children? The way we see it loving parents. Her mother instill-
they owe us nothing." Then you ed in her a high sense of values
brought forth the gem of the ar- and a stern moral code that she
tide to have quality education
and quality teachers, one must pay
Most people in the teaching pro-
fession are dedicated, conscientious
people and I believe there are few-
Now with summer on us and school teachers working at er shirkers of duty and response
summer time jobs to supplement their salary, we well might ability in this profession than any
ask ourselves "how are we going to get them back in the that you might find. Teaching
ask ourselves "how are we going to get them back the alone does not constitute our job
classroom after they've tasted the thrill of earning a living?" for we have many meetings to at
We will cite you a "for instance." tend after school hours, and work
We happen to be very good friends with a young man shops that last from one to two
that is going to follow a teacher's career. He has spent four weeks before the opening of the
years of college preparing himself, at considerable expense, school term, without pay. Certainly
not the least of the daily perform-
and owes a sizeable amount of money that he must repay ances are at least two hours of
from his first job. The money was borrowed to help- pay "home work' 'to be finished before
tuition during his college-career. This summer he has worked we, enter the class room each -day.
with an area manufacturing concern while waiting for Fall We have the same struggle here
to come. in Louisiana each time a salary in-
Screase is asked for. Your minimum
Recently this aspiring teacher earned more in one week in Gulf County is higher than our
than he can earn in two weeks teaching school in Gulf County state minimum, but our maximum
... even after he has been here long enough to come under a is somewhat higher than yours. All
continuing contract. ." of our salaries are statewide, other
Admittedly he accrued some overtime and holiday pay than in a few parishes where the
time in the week mentioned. But by the same token, you canschool board sees it to pay higher
than the state minimum, due to
bet your last dollar that when he or any other teacher signs advanced cost of living in cities.
a contract in Gulf County to receive their $4,200.00 for their Sincerely yours,
first year's work, this is a total contract. Overtime and holi- (Miss) Rabie Craft.
.day extra pay need not be counted on. But with industry,
this bonanza can be counted on several times a year. July 19, 1965.
We must remember that this young man is working at Editor, The Star
the industry for the bottom wage in his department which Dear Mr. Ramey:
will compare with a starting teacher in so far as experience A minister friend of mine re-
goes. And, too, we cannot forget the four years preparation ceived a gift from a business con-
cern with the following eight quo-
for the teaching preparation and no preparation at all for stations from the pen of Abraham
his part time job. Lincoln. They are so timely, I think
Industry is standing at the "graduate door" of colleges it would be good for all of us to
over the nation lapping up college graduates as fast as they have one. It would be good to have
come up, like a fox at a hen house door. What chance has our one in the President's office. And
school 'system and its pay scale to compete with shch sal- ne extra at the L.B.J. ranch
Here they 'are:
aries? And don't talk to-me about "dedication." A person "You cannot bring about pros-
can afford to be "dedicated" only if he's rich or after he be- perity by discouraging thrift."
gins to receive a living wake. '"You cannot strengthen the weak
We would recommend that Gulf County make up its by weakening the strong."
mind to pay a living wage to its teachers and then demand "You cannot help the wage earn-
er by pulling down the wage pay-
""dedication." We would recommend at least a starting salary er "
of $5,000.00 per year and an ultimate salary for a Rank III "You cannot further the brother-
teacher of $7,000.00 per year. This would be an $800.00 per hood of man by encouraging class
year increase over the present salaries, hatred."
We have a selfish- motive for our recommendation. As "You cannot help the poor by
the teacher is thinking about the living he can furnish his discouragingtherich."se-
1- -"You cannot establish sound se-
iamiy wnen ne accepts a position, so we are thing about
the education we can obtain for our children. We believe
that a more realistic salary schedule for our teachers will
attract the most capable instructors to Gulf County and also
will put us in a position to ask more from those we have.
POOR MAN'S HEAVEN
Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz has recently said that he
thinks everyone should have a one-year sabbatical 365
days of vacation with full pay. We think this is a wonderful
idea. It could be called the "war on work" program. And
added to the ongoing wars against poverty, illiteracy, disease
and even against war itself, the Labor Secretary's idea could
take us beyong the "Great Society" and right into "Poor
Man's Heaven" a carefree realm which was the subject of
a song by that name, back in those bad old days of the 30's.
The song's refrain defined it thusly:
In poor man's heaven we won't have to work.
There ain't nothing' there but good luck.
There's strawberry pie that's twenty feet high,
And whipped cream they bring in a truck.
Unfortunately, Mr. Wirtz isn't really pushing this anti-
work war right now. He says there are some "bugs" in the
idea which might make.it a bit difficult to carry out. One
of the problems, no doubt, is how to give a sabbatical to some-
one who's been on the relief rolls for months on end. A year
of work, perhaps?
That's a tough problem, we admit. Still we see no reason
why the Labor Secretary should be discouraged just because
there are a few bugs in his idea. It's no buggier than most
of the President's "great society" projects, and they're going
ahead full blast.
Certainly financing a year's sabbatical for everyone
should pose no problem to the engineers of the "Great So-'
ciety." For we're quite sure "that some of them at least would
go along with the way that matter was handled in the lyrical
version of Poor Man's Heaven:
We won't have to yearn for money td burn,
'Cause we'll have our own money press.
We'll run her full speed, and make all we need....
And we'll light our cigars with the rest.
curity by spending more than you
has never forgotten. She states, "I
got a lot of spankings in my life
and I deserved every one of them."
She contends that you have to be
tough with kids today unless you
want to surrender and she doesn't
feel that the time has come to turn
this country over to hoodlums, who
go about with guns, knives, and
bicycle chains, with no respect for
law and order, life or property.
Her justice is swift and certain.
She has lambasted everyone who
falls short of her own string moral
code and it is having an effect in
the area she serves.
She has become Horatius at the
Bridge to thousands of citizens who
bury her in fan mail, (100 letters a
month, overwhelmingly favorable),
has earned her the title of "Bogey-
man" among the terror stricken
young evil doers of her district.
Colored or white, rich or poor,
those who come before her can be
assured of sterm justice. She packs
young offenders off to jail in spite
of the screams of anguished par-
ents, haranguing of lawyers, and
clucking tongues of do-gooders,
who scream "they are only chil-
Judge Stout is as tough with the
parents as she is with their off-
springs. When she puts a boy or
girl on probation, she often in-
cludes the mother who must also
report to the parole officer and
give an account of how she is meet-
ing her responsibility.
She impresses the meaning of
property rights by seeing to it that
culprits make restitution and pay
for the damage such as breaking
store windows and destroying
other people's property.
She detests slovenliness and
when appearing in her court cul-
"You cannot build character and
courage by taking away man's ini-
tiative and independence."
"You cannot help men perman-
ently by doing for them what they
could do and should do for them-
This is real Americanism, undi-
luted by partisan politics.
J. A. Blackwell.
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L1suc 11ngs as a joy r l anJL steal-
ing a car is as much a crime as
stealing anything else and should
be dealt with accordingly.
She believes that "sparing the
rod, spoils the child" applies te
courts as well as to parents and
she seldom spares the rod. Amer-
ica needs more judges like Juanita
Kidd Stout be they black or white.
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Gideon Association Members Will Be
Speakers At Local Churches Sunday
SServing as a non-sectarian, ex- vey Tscheigi of Tallahassee; White
tended arm of the church, The City Baptist Church, Mr. Clarence
'Gideons International, composed of Taylor of Pensacola; Faith Bible
Christian business and profes- Church, Mr. Carl W. Stwek of Pen-
sional men, is carrying out a broad sacola; Highland View Assembly of
O.inistry of Scripture distribution God Church, Mr. K. J. Reichman of
in nearly 60 countries which no Madison; First Methodist Church,
single denomination could under- Mr. Mark X. Benson of Gulf Breeze;
take. The fact that the Gideon As- Church of Nazarene, Mr. Lou Mer-
sociation is interdenominational ritt of Tallahassee; Bethel-by-the-
gives its members access to almost Sea Presbyterian Church, Mr. L. C.
al linstitutions. They' give freely of Merchant of Madison; Port St. Joe
their time and money and enjoy Presbyterian Church, Mr. Robt. R.
the good will of the public. Their Furlough.
cause is liberally supported by the ---
church. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hopkins and
Sunday, July 25, these represen- daughter, Tammy, visited recently
tatives will speak in the morning with Mrs. Marian McCall. The Hop-
worship service of the following lo- kins are former residents of St.
cal churches: First Baptist Church, Joe.
Mr. Earl Lambert of Tallahassee; -
Long Avenue Baptist Church, Dr. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joiner and
Vance E. Senter of Pensacola; High- children are vacationing in Or-
land View Baptist Church, Mr. Har- lando and West Palm Beach.
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Hot Summer Days Also Dangerous to
Fish Population. As Well As Humans
Tallahassee -Tnt summer dayvs
and the plants obsorb oxygen and
still nights and overcast skies can release carbon dioxide. Minus the
present a potential danger to fish desired level of dissolved oxygen,
chapters throughout the state. All the youths don't settle down right The site of old Leno (O'Leno)
boys, they range in age this year off and have to be "reminded." It's was purchased by the state as a
from 13 through 17. just a case of "Boys will be boys," park and forestry site in 1934.
The boys are receiving field and says Howard. Each week's activity is highlight-
classroom instruction in forest The food is good and the meals ed by the selection of four out-
practices from skilled instructors are served in a modern dining hallstanding campers-and presenta-
-information and education for- of stone, glass, open ceilings, and s
esters of the Florida Forest Serv- beautiful laminated wood arches., tion of awards-at banquets Fri-
ice. All have college degrees in for- A Gainesville cook, James Mitchell, 'day nights. This weeks banquet
estry and proven teaching ability, himself a veteran of many forestry and presentation will be July 23.
Nine vo-ag advisors, all school training camps, keeps his stainless Operating funds are provided by
teachers ,are assisting with coun- steel kitchen in immaculate order. forest industries among whom are
selling. All swimming is done on the The Glidden Company and St. Joe
With the exception of swimming buddy system-the campers swim Paper Company, both of Port St.
-which is done in a refreshing in pairs and are charged to look Joe.
bend of the Santa Fe River thatafter one another's welfare in the ____
traverses the 1400-acre park-con- water. In the thirty years of camp-
petition is stressed. At the end of ing, there has never been a swim- o Advice
their week here the boys will be ming accident. Go d Ad i On
tested on what they have absorbed The two-week camp is conducted s u
in tropical forestry, gum farming, in one-week sessions. On July 18, G Fi ra
forest fire prevention. and control, the second session with a brand
farm forestry, reforestation, forest new group of boys, began. When it St. Petersburg-M. T. Dixon ,of
insects and diseases, outdoor recre- ends, the screened cabins, nine of the Florida Department of Veter-
ation and wildlife management. them newly-built, will again be ans Affairs ,advises that approxi-
In the evenings the boys compete available to the public-for fifty mately 1,500 insured-in-service ac-
in supervised games. It's "forest" weeks until the next camp begins. tive military personnel who hold
(gouping of cabins) against forest. If you've never been to O'Leno permanent plan policies under in-
This year, 112 boys compose four State Park, it's well worth the trip. service premium waiver, should
forests-Pine, Oak, Cedar, and Cy- Heavily wooded, the place is a nat- contact their Personal Affairs Of-
in Florida's lakes, ponds and can- the fish cannot live. press. Softball, horseshoe pitching, ural for nature lovers and a fores-
als, warns F. G. Banks, Assistant After several hot days, warm volleyball, ping pong, and shuffle- try workshop. Picnic facilities, na-
Chief, Fisheries Division, Game add nights and overcast skies fishermen board provide the thrills. If it rains, ture trails, a swinging bridge, and
Fresh Water Fish Commission. should observe lakes and ponds the boys are shown a feature length interesting Florida history are part
"Lakes and ponds with lush bot- very closely for signs of fish in dis- Hollywood movie. of the charm of this area. The
tom vegetation or a green soupy tress. When fish are seen rising to The camp is under the direction swimming facilities are excellent.
appearance from excess algae are the surface "gasping for air' 'it's of E. R. (Ed) Howard, chief of In- The area is roped off and a large
very susceptible to oxygen deple- time to take immediate action, wooden raft is anchored to the
tion fish kills," Banks said. When this condition is observed continued intermittently for an ex- bank. From a 10-foot high diving
Vegetation is important to fish the Game and Fresh Water Fish tended period of time. board, one can plunge into 20 feet
life as submerged plants absorb Commission should be notified im- Banks said, "not all fish kills are of cool, dark water.
carbon dioxide and release dissolv- mediately in order that fishery bi- from natural causes and cautioned The park hls quite a history. A
ed oxygen into the water during ologist may determine the cause of that during the summer months thriving little community in the
the daytime. At night or when the the fish kill. An outboard motor even a small amount of insecticide 1960's, it was a ghost town by 1890.
sunlight is suddenly cut off, as churning the surface of the water, which may accidentally drift into a
during a period of dark cloudy can usually save the fish in a small pond can produce a fish 'kill of
weather, this process is reversed pond, but even this may have to be major proportions." MaVl Home M aken
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Open Friday Nights Til 8:00
Gay's Tire & Appliance
ficers to determine whether or not
it would be to their advantage to
continue or stop the waiver.
The insured will be informed of
refunds that may be due because
of the waiver and how to apply
for such refunds. Dixon urges all
in-service personnel to check their
present status of their Government
insurance program so they will
know the advantage and disad-
vantages of retaining their insur-
ance under in-service premium
s Fail to Report
DomestI Il S y
Domestics' Social Security Earnings
Many home makers in this area
fail to report their domestic em-
ployees for Social Security credits,
according to John V. Carey, Social
Security District Manager in Pan-
ama City. Carey says that the ma-
jority of those who do not report
are the people who hire baby sit-
gated to report these wages to the
"Baby sitters who work in pri-
vate homes regularly and are paid
at least $4 per week are often for-
gotten when Social Security wage
reports are due," Carey stated.
The law is very specific. Anyone
who pays $50 or more in dash
wages to a domestic employee, in a
calendar quarter, is legally obli-
gater to report these wages to the
Internal Revenue Service. Reports,
together with Social Security taxes
payable, are due within 30 days
after the end of the quarter in
which the wages were paid. Re-
ports for the quarter ending with
June are due by July 31.
Carey emphasized that only cash
wages paid domestic employees are
to be reported. Wages in the form
of room and board, etc., are not
subject to Social Security tax. No
report is required if the employee
was not paid cash wages of at least
$50 in the quarter.
"Failure to make accurate and
timely reports of wages paid to do-
mestic employees can result in
penalties and interest to the em-
ployer-and loss of Social Security
credit for the employee," Carey
The Panama City Social Security
office has a free booklet available
to employers of domestic help con-
taining information on proper meth-
ods of reporting wages. Copies are
available at the district office lo-
cated at 1135 Harrison Avenue. The
telephone number is 763-5331. Ask
for booklet OASI-21.
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Thirty First Annual Forestry Training
Camp Has Good Start, 112 Enrolled
High Springs-The 31st annual formation and Education of the Remnants of an old grist mill ane
forestry training camp is off to a Florida Forest Service. A Univer- saw mill still exist. All traces c
good start with 112 FFA boys last sity of Florida forestry grad, How- a once-lively hotel have vanished.
week and 139 expected this week. ard is a veteran of many forestry hotl hav vahe
The camp ,oldest and largest of training camps. He's proud of theThe town was originally called
its kind in the nation, is conducted job his staff is doing and proud of "Keno," for a variation of lottc
for two weeks every summer by the way the boys are participating gambling popular at the time. Re-
the Florida Forest Service at in camp activities. former changed the name tc
O'Leno State Park near High The day is long and active at the "Leno" in 1876. When bypassed by
Springs. The campers are selected camp. Reveille is at 6:30 a. m., railroad construction ,it failed.
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Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner
of Port St. Joe announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Linda
Faye, to Charles Leamon Smith.
The marriage was an event of
June 23. Mr. Smith is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School and
In Tison Home
The Port St. Joe Jayceettes held
their regular monthly meeting
Monday night, July 19, at 8:00 at
the home of Mrs. Harry Tison. The
president, Mrs. Bill Brown, pre-
sided over the meeting and Mrs.
Tison and Mrs, Raymond Lawrence
were co-hostesses for the evening.
Following the various committee
reports, preliminary plans were
made for the annual tea-given the
U l I ~ Is I I I Ir I -_
is employed at the St. Joe Paper
Mrs. Smith attended Port St.
Joe High School.
The couple is now residing in
Port St. Joe.-
local teachers. This affords the par-
ents an opportunity to get ac-
e e a
Miss zealor Feted Irst a tist are
Miss Ward Honored
Betty Ward, whose marriage to
Dr. Donald Clark will take place
Saturday, July 31, was honored with
a kitchen shower and coke party at
the Wayne Hendrix Beach cottage,
Tuesday, July 13.
Arrangements of mixed mari-
golds and zinnias were used
throughout the entertaining area.
Mrs. Harry Tison, cousin of the
bride-elect, and Mrs. James Fuller
served cokes to the guests. Mrs.
Alex Gaillard kept the bride's book.
A Corning-ware coffee pot was
presented to Miss Ward by th ehos-
Hostesses were Mrs. Jean Atchi-
quainino r wiLb LA uni qeaninpc 0 Xfnr
yualLLecu W1Itn L11C Lta^lcnJe 0 UCJio
school starts, son, Mrs. Frank2 Hannon,
The regional caucus of the Jay- Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. Dave
cees ill be held tis Saturday in and Mrs. William Whaley.
cees will be held this Saturday in
Fort Walton Beach and all wives
are encouraged to attend along
with their husbands.
Entertainment, provided by Mrs.
Ted Cannon and Mrs. Joe Parrott,
consisted of several delightful
games with prizes for the winners.
Delicious refreshments, furnished
by the co-hostesses, were served
CARD OF THANKS
While a patient in the Municipal
Hospital recently. I wish to say
thanks to my friends for the vis-
its, flowers, cards and especially
for the prayers that were prayed in
my behalf. Also thanks to Dr. J. P,
Hendrix and the entire Hospital
throughout the meeting and en- staff fo their wonderful care.
joyed by all attending. Mrs. Nell Patterson.
Circle Nurber 2 of the First
Baptist WMU met in the home of
Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr., Monday af-
ternoon at 3:00 p. m. with the co-
chairman, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon,
presiding in the absence of the
chairman, Mrs. C. D; Spears.
The meeting was opened with the
prayer chairman, Mrs. T. E. Parker,
bringing the devotional from Ephe-
sians 3:14 and giving names of the
missionaries on the birthday calen-
dar and Mrs. E. C. Cason offered
special prayer for them.
All members present developed
the program from the Royal Serv-
ice magazine on "The Tithe," the
During the business session, good
reports were given on the circle's
work, after which Mrs. T. E. Park-
er, Sr., dismissed the group with
All members present enjoyed the
CIRCLE NUMBER 4
are: Mrs. Tommy Hutchins, Mrs.
J. C. Arbogast and Mrs. Joe Parrot.
The Thrift Shop committee is
making a special appeal for men's
short sleeved shirts and large size
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
At Bridal Shower I la
CIRCLE NUMBER 1 ment". Those taking part were
Miss Dorothy Zealor, August Circle Number 1 of the First'Mrs. J. J. Laurimore, Mrs. M. L.
bride-elect, was honored recently Ba t W U mt M y Durant, Mrs. J. A. Garrett, Mrs. P.
with a bridal shower in the home Mrs. Albert Blackburn in her home Petty, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry.
Mrs. Albert Blackburn in her home
of Mrs. W. G. Mizelle.on Long Avenue. There were five Prayer for the missionaries on the
The honoree was lovely in a members and two visitors present. prayer calendar was held.
mint green whipped cream dress, The visitors were Mrs. Harry Web- The meeting was closed by Mrs.
with which she wore black patent ber and Mrs. R. M. Spillers. Durant.
accessories. Due to the absence of the chair- Everyone enjoyed the social hour
e b e's c c o man, Mrs. Karl Marshall, the pro- which followed. The hostess served
The brides chosen colors of pinkl gram chairman, Mrs. Emmett Dan- delicious refreshments of cake,
white and green were used in fow ell had charge of the meeting ice cream and Cokes to all pres-
er arrangements throughout the
Mrs. W. Ramsey gave the devo- ent.
party rooms. tional and call to prayer from -
The dining table was overlaid Ephesians 3:14-19. After naming Thrift A
with a white linen cloth with a cen- the missionaries on the calendar Th t S p
lerpiece of five white burning tap- of prayer, Mrs. Emory Stephens For M er.hand ise
ers of three different heights gave the prayer.r er an ie
placed in low, nondescript candle- After the business period the
sticks, concealed with a garland of topic, "The Tithe, Minimum Re- Anyone Iaving clothing or other
fern interspersed with roses, quirement" was developed by all merchandise to donate for sale at
The refreshments were served present having a part on the pro- the Thrift Shop are asked to con-
from a table overlaid with lace gram. tact Mrs. Dick Lamberson, Mrs.
over green,, centered by a punch Mrs. Blackburn closed the meet- Milton Chafin, and Mrs. Harry Ti-
bowl flanked with lace fern. ing with prayer. son or take them by the Thrift on
Approximately thirty-five guests -Thursday morning.
attended or sent gifts. CIRCLE NUMBER 2 Workers for Saturday, July 24,
in iegai or .an..
clothing for women.
Mrs. Glen Totman and daughter,
Jennifer, from Carrabelle, are
spending a week with Mrs. Tot- Announci
man's sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Collier.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Williamson
from Birmingham, Ala., were the
weekend guests of Mrs. William- M
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Cowart of
Bainbridge, Ga., are visiting the
Jack Sheffields. Mrs. Cowart is Mrs.
Sheffield's niece, to be in attend
IN MEMORY at our Funeral
In loving memory of my husband, ing, cosmet6Iog
Ben Ferrell, who passed away July
Circle Number Four of the First 25, 1963.
Baptist Church WMU met Monday Memories are treasures .no
with Mrs. J. D. Davis with six one can steal, Death is heartbreak
members present. Mrs. Davis, cir- only God can heal. Although
cle chairman, brought the devo- you are gone, our love for you will
tional from the third chapter of live on and on.
Ephesians, verses 14 through 19. Your wife, Mamie,
The program was presented, af- an.d children,
ter the business session. The topic Lillie, Joe, Bill
was, "The Tithe, Minimum Require- and Maxie.
PORT ST. JOE
Have Secured the Services of
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Ars. Mattie Bobe
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THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965
daily schedule. 1
ROY P. KNIGHT GRADUATES was graduated from the two-week
AT MEMPHIS TRAINING BASE Aviation Familiarization and the
Mfour-week Mechanical Fundamen-
Memphis, Tenn. (FHTNC)--Air- talks courses.
man Roy P. Knight, USN, son of __
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Knight of
102 Second Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla., L Avenue ibl
graduated July 8 from the Avi-
ation Machinist's Mate Reciprocat- School Scheduled
ing School at the Naval Air Tech-
nical Training Center, Memphis, Vacation Bible School will be
During the nine-week course, heheld at the Long Avenue Baptisi
received instruction in reciprocat- Church next week, Monday through
ing power plants and line oper- Friday. The school will begin each
nations. He was taught intermedi- morning at 8:30 and dismiss at
ate, major and special inspections 11:30 a.m.
of power plants and accessories. The Reverend J. C. Odum, pas-
Before attending this school, he tor of the local church, will be the
Principal of the Vacation Bible
LINDA LESTER COMPLETES School. He will be assisted by a
COURSE AT LIVELY. TECH faculty of 28 capable leaders and
workers. Boys and- girls between
Miss Linda Lester who was a the ages of three and 12 are invit-
senior at Port St. Joe High School ed to attend.
during the 1963-64 school year has T ere s
completed her high school work The entire school will assemble
completed her high school work
e r hh s o w at 8:30 each morning for a joint
and a course in filing and book- at 8:30 each morning for a joint
akeein at Lively Technical Insti- worship service. The pupils will be
keeping at Lively Technical Insti- grouped according to age in sep-
tute in Tallahassee. grouped according to age in sep-
arate classes where they will re-
She now holds a position as sec- ceive instruction in the Bible, mis-
retary to an administrative officer sions and character stories. Music,
at Lively Tech. creative handwork and refresh-
This fall she will take a course ments will also be a part of the
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iHURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965 --- -" ..- ..
~ ~ -_. .. r
Jesse V. Stone of the St. Joseph say rreceea rounalng or rensacola
Historical Society spoke to the Port
St. Joe Rotary Club last Thursday Dr. Hale G. Smith, head of the ers of the Army during maneuvers
outlining the progress of the St. Department of Anthropology and in the area.
Joseph Peninsula State Park dur- Archaeology at Florida State Uni- No Treasure
ing the past three years since its versity, Tallahassee, spoke to the
inception as a project by the So- Port St. J6e Merchant's Division Dr. Smith emphasized that there
city. meeting last Friday explaining was no treasure in the area, so
Stone said that it took 13 months some of the excavation work that those who might be tempted to
to secure release of the 671 acres is currently in progress at St. Jos- poke around in the diggings for
of formerly government property eph's Peninsula. treasure can save their energies.
in the peninsula for the park. The "The Spanish on the mainland of
i the peninsula for the park. The Dr. Smith told the audience that Florida during this day were very
Stte of Florida then purchased the their diggings have borne out the poor money-wise,' 'the speaker said.
property and designated it for a fact that a Spanish settlement was "They were common soldiers, most-
State Park. located on the Peninsula between ly, and some hadn't been paid for
One hundred thousand dollars 1700 and 1750. He said that histori- years due to transportation diffi-
was initially appropriated by the cal documents indicate that a Span- culties." Dr. Smith said that what
State for the purchase of the land ish settlement was somewhere in treasure that can be found in an-
and development of ,a portion of this area and was later moved to cient areas can be found only in
the park. Some $22,000 has been form Pensacala. Dr. Smith stated sunken ships. He said that in 25
spent %n the site thus far with an- that findings on St. Joseph's Point years of digging in Spanish sites in
other $78,000 still remaining of the indicate that the settlement there Florida he has found only one half
original appropriation to be used was founded by the Spanish just ounce of gold. Apparently the
on development of the park facili- prior to the founding of Pensacola. Spanish took what gold they pos-
ties as soon as the access road issessed along with them, and didn't
provided. .-- The speaker told the merchantssessed along with them, and didn't
Stone said that he felt that the that the Point settlement didn't forget an d leave it behinds.
park would be in use by next sum- stay there but about 20 to 25 years along with their boards.
park would be in use by next sum. y ____
mer. Iand was of a very temporary na-
The speaker said that State Park ture. Diggings have brought to Highland View
Service records show that this area light the location of old buildings,
can expect a large tourist popu- pottery,, tools ,etc., which date to W SMeets
can expect a large tourist ... a s
nation for the State Park. He quot- the era specified by him. Nothing artist eet
ed attendance figures kept by the but foundation outlines of the old.
ed attendance figures kept bSty thebuildings are to be found, however, The Highland View Baptist WMS
Park Service which showed .State met Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Park attendance up over one-half since the Spanish took the boards met Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Parkmillion people during thepast year forming the buildings withthem. Ruth Graham, president, presiding.
with the biggest dur easing the g re- He pointed out that boards had to The meeting was opened by scrip-
with the biggest increase bei e sandsawn and were therefore ture reading from Romans 8:22-27.
corded by water-front parks. considered valuable enough to Mrs. Graham gave the prayer cal-
Guests of the Club were Fred endar and opened with prayer.
Stanford of Apalachicola and move. He said this was the practice endar and opened with prayer.
Charles Smith of Port St. Joe. of the Spanish and others of this The program entitled, "Harvest
Charles Smith of Port St. Joe. day. of Freedom in West Africa", told
day. of the nations in West Africa in
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Harris and The settlement on the Point was which there are Southern Baptist
children Donna, Clay and Robin, apparently a look-out post, accord- missionaries. These nations of West
from Greenville, S. C., are visiting ing to the archaeologist. He said it Africa include: Liberia, Ghana,
Mrs. Harris' mother, Mrs. Clarence extends for about 600 to 700 feet Togo and Nigeria.
Pridgeon. along the beach approximately 100
feet from the water's edge. Most A devotional from Ecclesiastes
S.feet from the water's edge-*aouawasgiven'by Mrs. Graham.
Ricky Johnson from Rome, Ga., of the articles found are about a was given by Mrs Graham.
is spending this week with Donnie foot in the ground and were first Mrs. G. W. Skipper closed the
Sheffield. uncovered accidentally by bulldoz- meeting with prayer.
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Port St. Joe contractor, Bob Holland (right) the pastor and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. J D. Jami-
is shown above presenting the keys to the new son. The presentation- was made in special ser-
sanctuary for the White City Baptist Church to vices Sunday afternoon.. Sar photo
New Postorium Dedicacted By White READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
City Baptist Church Sunday Afternoon
Dedication services were held at
the new pastorium of the White
City Baptist Church Sunday after-
noon at 3:00 p. m. Guest speaker
for the occasion was Rev. Dan
Thomas of Marianna, Area Mission-
ary for the Florida Baptist Conven-
Special guests for the occasion
were Mrs. Lavina Hicks and family
of Chattahoochee. The Hicks fam-
ily are former residents of White
City and donated the land to the
church on which the new pastorium
Buliding committee for the proj-
ect was composed of James Horton,
E. L. Antley and S. C. Pridgeon.
The new home has over 1,500
square feet of living area, with
four bedrooms and two baths. Con-
tractor for the project was Robert
Holland of Port St. Joe.
During the reception hour, ladies
of the White City WMU served as
hostesses and presided over the
punchbowl and refreshments serv-
ed to the many visitors that called
during the afternoon.
The intermediate girls of the
church helped during the open
house which was held after the
All Scout Workers Asked to Attend
August Roundtable Meeting by Walton
"We want to get every Boy Scout committee members present as well
eader, Cub Scout Pack leader, com- as the Senior Patrol leaders of each
mittee members and commission- Scout unit ,even though they are
ers out to the next Roundtable in not normally present for these
August," Bob Walton, Lake Sands Roundtable meetings.
District Scout executive, said at tme
recent July Roundtable meeting
The meeting was held at the
Parker Methodist Church just off
U. S. Highway 98.
Mr. Walton also mentioned that
he would very much like to see all
Explorer unit leaders and their
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Two major programs will be dis-
cussed at the August meeting. The
District's Scout program for the
coming year and the Fall Roundup
Campaign. Program materials will
also be given to the different units.
Don Hutchison, new Scoutmaster
for Troop 321 which is sponsored
by the Cherry School in Panama
City, was introduced to the mem-
bers present at the recent meet-
ing. He is new in the Scoutmaster
field and is hoping to find alult as-
sistance from the parents of the
boys in his Troop, he told round-
Charles Lockhart, district pub-
.licity director ,also announced that
he is anxious to see all Cub, Boy,
and Explorer leaders of the District
at the next meeting scheduled for
August 19. He plans to give a run-
down of the Fall Roundup Cam-
paign plans and hopes that all
adult leaders of the District will
be present to support a publicity
campaign for the Roundup.
Mr. Lockhart spoke at the recent
meeting and explained the public-
ity plans for the coming Roundup
program and said that if all goes as
well it would be a "saturation' type
"It is an ambitious program," Mr.
Lockhart said, "But, there should
be no reason why the goals can't
be reached if every unit leader and
adult Scouter will back up the Fall
A goal of reaching and recruiting
4,000 boys and 2,000 adults who
will actively participate in 144
Scout units was set. This goal, to
be reached by December 31, is
more than twice the original goal
Another point ,brought out at
the recent meeting of Scouters, was
that at least five more Scouters are
needed for the Wood Badge course
slated for the Council's Camp Eu-
chee, near DeFuniak Springs.
Cost of the Wood Badge training
course, which is to be held August
14-22, is only $40.
Mr. Cecil Marsh, Wood Badge
Scoutmaster, has selected his train-
ing instructors ,and according to
the Gulf Coast Council "Scouter,"
he has received their approval
from National Council.
Scouters interested in signing up
for the Wood Badge training should
contact Mr. Walton.
The Roundtable meeting was ad-
journed at 8:30 p. m.
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Training of the Transportation Ser
tion of the State Department of E.
vacation, held a bus driver trainir
course for Gulf County's school b'
drivers at the Port St. Joe Elemer
tary School recently.
Several topics for safe and eff
cient operation and maintenance c
buses was presented by Mr. Mui
The following drivers attended,
and had a perfect attendance r
cord for the school: Mrs. Jeanet'
J. Antley, Mrs. Eva Weston, Job
H. McArdle, Oscar C. Williams, R
lan B. Hardy, Mrs. Eloise O. H.
per, William J. Davis, Otis Dav'
Sr., Robert G. Brown, Mrs. Berni:
K. Fortner, Jack Sheffield and Mi.
Marie J. Creamer.
Mr. Murdock was highly comp'
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enthusiasm during the course.
The drivers gained new knc-
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tant jobs. They requested that
similar course be offered next su.
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study programs. This program pro-
vides funds for part-time employ-
aent for students 'who need this
employment in order to pursue col-
lege work. Parents of such students
must be earning $3,000 or less plus
a $600 allowance for each depend-
ent. For married students, both sets
of parents must be in this income
Students must, of course, have
satisfactory grades and other quali-
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tion itself or for a private or pub-
lic non-profit organization under
certain circumstances which the in-
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students ask the university of their
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to Mr. D. B. Wilder, Student Finan-
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
Worship With Us
Bible Stody 10:00 A.M.
Worship 11:00 A.M.
Children's Class 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 PM.
ible Study 7:00 P.M.
Grartt 'Davison, Miriister Phone 6484586
"THE CHURCHES 'OF CHRIST SALUTE YOU" (Rom. 16:16)
20TH A1ND MARVIN
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Corner Third St. end Sael[il Ave.
SUNDAY 'SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............... 6:45
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .... 8:00
S"Come nd Worhip God With Us"
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Florida Hunters In Store for Special
Hunting Events In '65-'66 Season
fHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Registration books are
now open at the Office of the City
Clerk at the City Hall. Those wish-
ing to register as voters for the
Municipal Election primary to be
held on September 14, 1965, may
register between the hours of 9:00
A.M. and 12:00 Noon, and from
1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday
through Friday and from 9:00 A.M.
to 12:00 Noon on Saturday, contin-
uing through 5:00 P.M., Friday,
September 3, 1965, at which time
the registration books will close.
All persons are required to regis-
ter. Citizens of the United States
who are qualified voters under the
State Law, and who have been resi-
dents of the City of Port St. Joe
for six months and who are twenty-
one years of age are eligible for
J. B. WILLIAMS
City Auditor and Clerk
hat the :
up to 7:3
ale of tl
so long a
the bid i
Tallahassee-Florida sportsmen ed hunts should file application specteda
can look forward to a series of spe- prior to 11 a. m., August 27. Shop, KE
,cial hunting events during the 1965- Applications for the Apalachicola IV may b
66 hunting season. According to the Road Sh
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- Bear Hunts should be filed with ida. Succ
mission these special events will the Commission's Northwest Region quired to
include bear hunts, archery hunts, Office at P. 0. Box 575, Panama his bid.
deer, quail and wild hog hunts. City. Applications for the Osceola basis of
Twenty-eight special three-day Bear Hunts should be filed with All bid
bear hunts are scheduled for the the Northeast Region Office at P. Board of
Osceola and Apalachicola National 0. Box 908, Lake City. Drawing for hitchka,
Forest beginning September 20 the Apalachicola hunts will be held ITEM I
through November 6. Hunters who on August 27, while the drawing tru
wish to participate in these manag. for the Osceola hunt will take place ind
on August 31. 24att
Florida's bow hunting enthusiast be
can participate in four special ITEM I
-:-:--. ..*:::.---:iy... ... -- : ....*. archery hunts as follows: Ocala rie:
.. .. *'.:- .'":; : Wildlife Management Area located stri
in the Ocala National Forest, Octo- No
ber 23 through October 31; Citrus pITE
Wildlife Management Area located Do(
n island of cool comfort. in Citrus County, October 16 Col
through October 31 and weekend X-2
heart doesn't work hard hunting on November 6-7, 13-14, No
ir conditioning a luxury 20-21, 26-28 and December 4-5; Eg- ITEM1p
many electrical ways to lin Military Reservation located in al
Northwest Florida, October 23 whe
springtime year-round- through November 7. A special cati
tie to b
archery hunt for wild hogs is sched- BOAF
uled for the Guano River Wildlife MISS]
Management Area located in St. COUI
S'r,7 ,4 Johns County on January 22-23, By Jame
FLORIDA 29-30, February 5-6, 12-13 and 19-20. George Y
ORPORATIO Two special three day gun hunts 2t-July
,-w ~I...... will be held in the Citrus area on
December 10-12 and December 31-
January 2. Each hunt is limited to The Bo.
1,500 hunters and hunters must sealed bid
possess a special permit issued by August 3,
the Commission in addition to a Superinte:
public hunt permit and regular Wewahitc
hunting licenses. Hunters will be school eas
selected for the two days by a The Boz
drawing at the Commission office reject any
Special quail hunts are also July 22-29
scheduled for the Citrus area begin-
ning January 8 through January 30. N
/- Hunting will be allowed on week- TO WHOI
ends only and hunters will be re- You are
Squired to obtain a daily permit for following
the quail hunts. Permits'will be OU54Y13e
available at check stations number 28th day
two and four. Motor Cc
Two special three day wild hog Avenue, P
hunts will be held in the Fisheat- proceeds
ing Creek Wildlife Management of retakir
Area located in Glades County. The said moto
special hog hunts will be held in publication
T the Mizell Island portion of the then to th
j ance due
area on November 5-7 and January Earnest
7-9. Hog hunters will be permitted Apalachic
to use guns but dogs will be pro- financing
hibited during the special hunt. Any surp]
and you w
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:E TO RECEIVE BIDS
E IS HEREBY GIVEN
Board of County Commis-
of Gulf County, Florida,
ive sealed bids, for cash,
30 o'clock P. M., CST, on
day of July, 1965, for the
he following items of per-
should be submitted seper-
each item, but the bids for
in one of said items may
tted in the same envelope
as there is a distinct desig-
s to the item for which
oard of County Commis-
hereby reserves the right
any and all bids.
I through HI may be in-
at the Civil Defense Head-
at the Mosquito Control
enny Mill, Florida; Item
be inspected at the County
op in Wewahitchka, Flor-
:essful bidder will be re-
) remove said item within
)) days from acceptance of
All sales will be on the
Is should be addressed to
f County Commissioners,
ge Y. Core, Clerk, Wewa-
NO. I: 1952 Dodge cargo
ick, 4 wheel drive, 6 cyl-
Ler, Identification No. US
11647, including body and
ached tool boxes. Title to
furnished to purchaser.
NO. II: Salvage Item -
ernational Bus, L-180 Se-
s. Color: Grey with green
pes. U. S. Navy surplus.
title will be furnished
O. III: Salvage Item -
dge Truck, 4 wheel drive;
or: Blue. 1961 tag No.
3790. U. S. Navy surplus.
title will be furnished
,O. IV: 1952 Internation-
Tractor Truck with 5th
eel, 6 cylinder, Identifi-
ion No. SD 24 059143. Ti-
e furnished to purchaser.
RD OF COUNTY COM-
s G. McDaniel, Chairman,
. Core, Clerk.
ard of Public Instruction,
nty, Flofida, will receive
Is until 9:00 A. M., CS.T.,
1965 in the office of the
ndent in the Court House,
hka, Florida, for furnish-
ng service for the county
ses for the year 1965-66.
ard reserves the right to
y and all bids.
R. MARION CRAIG,
NOTICE OF SALE
I IT MAY CONCERN:
i hereby notified that the
motor vehicle: 1960 Ford,
899, will be sold at public
:00 o'clock P. M. of the
of July, 1965, at St. Joe
company, 322 Monument
'ort St. Joe, Florida. The
of the sale will be applied
he payment of the costs
ng, storing and sale of
r vehicle and the cost of
n of notice of sale and
ie satisfaction of the bal-
under the contract with
L. Chandler, Jr., Box 331,
ola, Florida, covering the
of said motor vehicle.
lus will be paid to you,
will remain liable for any
remaining unpaid under
ama City, Florida.
Max D. Johnson.
TO SERVE YOU
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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Long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
your Druggist's Certificate as
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shows that he has passed the
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
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PRAYED SERVICE (Wednesday). .... 7:30
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965
Leonard Costin Is
'Promoted to Lt. (jg)
Lieutenant (junior grade) Leon-
ard C. Costin, USNR, was recently
promoted to his present rank in
informal ceremonies held at the U.
S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,
Florida. Mr. Costin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Costin of 118 Monument
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, is
presently serving with Airborne
Early Warning Squadron Four, the
Navy's famed "Hurricane Hunters"
homebased in Jacksonville.
SAs a naval aviator, Ltjg Costin's
job with the squadron is that of
pilot .aboard one of the squadron's
Super Constellation weather re-
connaissance aircraft. Mr. Costin
flies the aircraft into the "eye" of
ROBERT V. CHANDLER
GRADUATES WITH HONORS
Rantoul Ill.-Airman Third Class
Robert V. Chandler, son 6f Mr. and
Mrs. Frank W. Chandler of Linden,
Ala., has been graduated with hon-
ors from the technical training
course for U. S. Air Force per-
sonal flight specialists at Chanute
Airman Chandler, who learned
to maintain oxygen units and sur-
vival kits, is returning to his Air
National Guard unit at Key Field,
A graduate of Port Saint Joe,
Fla., High School, the airman re-
ceived his B. S. degree in geology
from the University of Alabama
miles or one year
hurricanes, penetrating the turbu-
lent surrounding wall cloud of the
miles or two years
SInstalled Exchange e
Green Grass, Like Money
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storm. Once inside the storm, R
flight weathermen can gather inires W
formation on temperature, pres- qu
sure and humidity. The data accu- By Hervey Sharpe, Editor, Florida
mulated is relayed to the Fleet Agricultural Extension Service
Agricultural Extension Service
Weather Facility in Jacksonville
......... B f Keeping green grass on your
and the U. S. Weather Bureau for eepi ng green y
lawn is like keeping green money
evaluation and dissemination to. in your pocket-both require full-
the public. The squadron's danger- time work.
ous but vital task is credited with So if your lawn is like many
saving a large number of lives each pocketbooks-bare in spots-it is
year. time to re-green your lawn.
Through the efforts of Ltjg Cos- Even if you are flush with
money, summer is an ideal time to
tin and the other officers and men initiate a green lawn. Summer rains
initiate a green lawn. Summer rains
of his squadron, endangered areas and warm temperatures promote
are afforded ample warning of rapid growth.
these storms so that lives and With average luck-along with
property, both military and civilian,
may be adequately protected.
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If you decide to seed the area,
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Plug set grass and even sprigged
rows tend to turf up. Frequent
mowings and generous bi-monthly
applications of nitrogen rich fertil-
izer will cause the grass to level
Keeping the soil moist in be-
tween showers will aid the grass
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yard in one growing season.
Lawns may be watered any time
of day during summer. The main
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door carpet laid without bare spots and avoid puddling. Where puddles
before winter, of water gather, the grass is like-
So, if you have grass to plant, do ly to be scalded by sun heated
it now. water. /
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Plugs take only a fraction of
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Seed is rarely used except for
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Bermuda, St. Augustine, centi-
pede, and carpet are sprigged on
8 to 12 inch centers. Slower-grow-
ing zoysiagrass should be sprigged
on 4 to 6 inch centers, according to
University of Florida Experiment
Stations turf workers.
miles or three years
I I ---
Most watering systems do not
put.out enough water to puddle on
sandy soils. If water stands in spots
in the lawn, check for the reason.
There may be a hardpan near the
surface, or the soil may be packed
too tightly. In any case loosen the
soil to prevent standing water from
harming the grass.
How close to keep a lawn trim-
med is very important. The fine
strains of bermuda and zoysias re-
spond favorably to %/ to 1 inch
mowing. The common bermuda
does better if kept at least an inch
St. Augustine generally looks
best when cut about 2 inches and
Centipede and Carpet grasses will
thrive if kept 1 to 2 inches high.
Frequency of mowing is just as
important as height of cut. Some
authorities say never cut more
than % inch of grass per mowing.
If poinsettias are getting leggy,
you'd better pinch them back. To
get low, bushy plants with more
blossoms for Thanksgiving and
Christmas decorations, keep the
poinsettia plants pinched back un-
The spring flush of hibiscus is
about half-ripened by now and will
make excellent tip cuttings for
propagating this popular ornamen-
The cutting should root in about
four to six weeks and the plants
produced will bloom in about nine
Hold the fertilizer from roses-
if they have been well fertilized
earlier. Roses like a rest about now
and about all you can do now is to
keep the water flowing plus pre-
venting an attack from insects and
Being stingy with the fertilizer
now will give you more rose blooms
of better quality during the fall
Now is a good time to expand
the daylily collection.
Lift the heavy daylily clumps,
shake off the dirt and you can see
that the clumps will divide into
Have your new bed ready for
the, lilies. Plant the small clumps
on 12-inch squares on the bed.
Dress the newly planted bed with
a blanket of leaves or compost.
Remember, daylilies hold their
color longer if grown so that they
are shaded in the afternoon. If pos-
sible, select the north or east side
of a building in locating the day-
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Athletes Shoul Attorney Tells City Commissioners
Bring Certifktates I
High School football coac f Technicalities On Water Revenue
Wayne Taylor is issuing a call this
week for all high school athletes City Attorney Cecil G. Costin, cash basis. This move was second- introduced in ordinance form at
planning to participate during the Jr., told the City Commission Tues- ed by Commissioner Nedley and all the meeting Tuesday. The ordin-
next school term to turn in day that they could legally borrow voted in favor., d f t f t
their birth certificates for regis- money on their anticipated water NEW ORDINANCE e rst
tration with the State School Ath- revenue surplus. But, Costin said An idea promoted by Commis- levy penalties and fines for not re-
letic Department. Taylor says the that the City has already pledged sioner Barrier to require permits placing the streets and sidewalks
birth certificates should be turned this source of revenue for borrow- for breaking or digging up side- as found and fines for delaying in
in by Tuesday of next week. ed money which will be paid in walks or streets in the City was the repairs.
The Coach says that any student September of next year. This does
who has presented his birth certi- away with this source of guarantee
ficate for this purpose at any time for borrowing money for a short Methodist Church Sponsoring Youth'
in the past since the seventh grade term. MiehOilSt Church Sponsoring Youth
will not need to do so again. Costin was instructed at the last T r To Night
meeting to offer an opinion on this Activities ro T morrow Nig
Tm As atter so that the City could make
T o improvements to the water and The annual Youth Activities which time Rev. Simmons will de-
sewer systems without floating a Week is now under way in the First liver the message with Rev. Ameen
In W reck Morday long term bond issue. Some cash Methodist Church and continue in charge of the congregational
I rec Y is available for the job and the through tomorrow night, according singing.
Two automobiles were slightly Commission was reluctant to bond to the pastor, Dr. Thomas S. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor are
damaged Monday at 1:00 'p.m. at for the small amount of money The program of activities is be- the counselors for the Senior Youth
the corner of Long Avenue and needed to complete the job due to ing directed by the church's sum- group in the local church and they
ehway 71, following a collision the great expense of bonding. mer youth director, Miss Bobbie together with Mrs. Garner extend
frighw~lay 71, following a collision.
According to City Patrolman Al- Clerk Williams said that by stag- Garner. She is assisted by two o most cordial invitation to all in-
len Ray Watson, who investigated gering the jobs, the City can con- young Methodist ministers, the termediate and senior young peo-
the accident, Mrs. Carol Pierce of struct the water storage facilities Rev. Sandy Simmdns of Montgom- ple to attend and participate in
109 Bellamy Circle had stopped be- at the treatment plant, provide an ery, Alabama and Rev. Eddie the week's activities which have
hind a group of parked cars and additional trunk sewer line from Ameen of Scottsboro, Ala. The pro- been especially planned for teen-
her vehicle was struck from the 16th to Eighth Street and from gram features worship, study, fun, agers.
-. i. iS.Stroot tn Arvenu A and nav ~fnnld and fellwshipn -
13-nailC *. -I -Ii S -* i'ear bya vehicle driven oy Bessie v"rs o-- ""-' --e --P- ---y --- ------- --.
3uzzett's Drug Store rear .y n venrcre araven ay L~esse .
UDrg S re L. Whittington. Mrs. Whittington for the jobs as they progress. Wil- Activities begin each day with TOOTH NEGLECT IS
r -317 Williams Ave. ]i was crossing Fifth Street (also liams estimated that at the most, supper at 6:00 p.m. This is followed HEALTH PROBLEM
3 W iams A Highway 71) and apparently didn't the City would have to borrow il with discussion groups at 6:45 and
Free Parking notice the autos in front of her had the neighborhood of $10 to $15 worship services in the sanctuary Washifigton, D. C. Almost 20
stopped. thousand. at 7:30 p.m. The worship service is per cent of all Americans between
Drive-In Window Service Damage to both autos was esti- This would provide adequate followed with recreation and a sing- the ages of 18 and 79 have no per-
.. nmansted 'at approximately $200. water supplies and sewer service spiration in the Fellowship Hall manent teeth, according to the De-
for the City at present time. beginning at 8:45. apartmentt of Health, Education and
gil I a .n Commissioner Smith moved that Adults are invited to the worship Welfare. And almost 10 per cent
Apaloiach -Man 'Hurt the City do these three jobs on a services each evening at 7:30, at have natural teeth in one jaw only.
YiMC Tl irH U Pictured above is the automobile of M. H. Elder after the wreck in .rck Sun y
Tourney__on Highway 9Bastursday nght. -Star photo
(Continued From Page 1)
inningg run. Final score F. B. 5- M. H Elder Hospitalized Following A Apalachicola man, George
eels 4.- M .Elder Hospitalized Following Michael George, age 25, was in-
Not to be overlooked was the C day Night* jured Sunday afternoon about 6:30
'-ie play of Wewa Bank. After Fri- -2 Cf 1 sioL0 lSfilUrSday Night p. m. when his car overturned on
'y night's loss to Medical Center old 98 between Port St. Joe and
-igs, they came back Saturday to M. H. Elder of Port St. Joe was repair by the police department. Apalachicola.
'-'e a 7m6 decision from Command- still in the Municipal Hospital yes- Officer M. A. Kelley investigat- George received a broken leg,
s Firebirds and eliminate them terday as the result of an automo- ed the accident. cuts about the head and other cuts
m the tourney. The Bankers' vic- bile accident last Thursday night -- and bruises in the accident.
'*ry was sparked by Andy Por- on .Highway :98. George was taken to the Weems
-a's three-run homer. They were The accident occurred on High A al0Ch B0,t Club Memorial Hospital in Apalachicola
Sn eliminated, by Medical Center way 98 near Aen Memorial Way uby Prevatt Funeral Home ambu-
de- way*98 near Allen Memorial Wayl f a
ugs, in a hard fought 12-10 at about 9:30 p.m. S t Cri nce o trement FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at FOR SALE: 1964 Renault, $100.00 FURNITURE FOR SALE: 21 ft. up-
ratlations o out to th According to local police, Elder IR e410 16th Street. Phone 229-4486. down and assume 20 payments right Ben Hur freezer and other
-msfogratulations go out to both ng o d ye Jey Apalachicola Bay mullet. at $45.57 per month. Phone 229- furniture. Owner is leaving town.
s for the fine representation was traveling North on 98 when he Saturday, July 24th, has been se- Mrs. Louise E. Pendleton, the LOTS FOR SALE: In second block 3911. 3tp-7-15 Can be seen Thursday at 308 Du-
Sgave the citymet a second automobile driven by elected by the Apalachicola Boat only woman commodore inthe from ul a St. oe Bac 75 val St. ltp
"he Association w ld a likW. W. Hawk of Panama City. Offi- 3'. Septic tank for 3 bedroom FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
e Asstociriation w ld also ke cers said that Elder crossed the Club for their 13th Rivercade. The club's history, has issued a personal house, well, electric service and room duplex apartment. Also, 1 FOR SALE: Horses and saddles. 1
express their appreciationto the Hawk 108-mile cruise will begin at the invitation to all boaters to joii drive. Used or trailer, $900. Terms bedroom furnished huose. Phone male, 12 years old Ideal horse
owing: the City Officials and cter t city docks in Chattahoochee at 9 a. this cruise. She stressed that this available. Ralph P. Nance, Phone Smith's Pharmacy, 227-5111. tfc for children. 1 female, 1 year old,
Chamber of Commerce for their left the right side of the roa in m., EST, with a stop off in Blounts- cruise is open to all boaters, wheth 648-4370. tp-7-22 real gentle. Otis Kirkland, Phone
,istance in promoting the tourna- an attempt to avoid a vision, buti EST, with a stop off in Bounts- cruise islbor t- FOR SALE: 1303 Marvin Ave. 2 229-3797. 2tp-7-15
ist to the ions Cub for o neat- tempe to ar a olsd. town for a rest stop and refuel- er members of a boat club or notSRF ALE: ots onSt. Joe Beach bedroom os, k en in 2-7-
it, to the Lions Club for operat-the two cars collided. Hawk's car; /The (climax to Saaturday's cruise FOR SAE: 4 lots on St. Joe Beach bedroom house, kitchen, living
-'to eon r o came to a halt on the highway, but ing The clImax to Saturday's cruise located in first block. One lot off room, dining room and den, utility FOR SALE: '55 Studebaker 2 door
ig the concession and buying the will be the usual grand Rivercade hwy' 98. Price $700 each or $2,500 room (total 1250 sq. ft) Carpet liv- Good running condition. $225.00.-
mpionship trophy, to The Star Elder's vehicle traveled another 75 Boaters from as far away as Co- dance at Croom's Armory in Apa- for all. Call 227-3286. 5tp-7-22 ing and dining rooms, drapes, hea- 1806 Garrison Ave. Phone 227-
1 WJOE for the publicity, to the to 80 feet and came to rest ,off the lumbus, Georgia, are expected to lachicola. Dress for this dance will ter, cook stove elec., TV antenna 8601. tfc-6-10
-n who served as umpires to the highway on the West shoulder. be on hand for the scenic .cruise nfomal usFOR SALE: 2 lots at St. Joe Beach. on 35 pole with rotor, elec. pump.
,-ectators who came out to support Elder was taken to the Municipal which will terminate at the Apa- by Willie, te Weatermaand Leo Birgenheier, 1910 Hickory $11,000. See Bob Ellzey, Phone 227- HELP WANTED, Male or Female:
teams, and to the many indi- Hospital by Comforter Funeral lachicola Battery Park with afresh His Group. These Tallahassee musi- anamaGulf County or Port St. Joe. Raw-
'duals who gave of their time to Home ambulance. Hawk, his wife seafood dinner. The host club has cians are favorites with the local HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3 FOR SALE: 1959 4-door Ford se- leigh products sold here over 40
ke the tournament a success. To and two grandsons, all received announced a 75c charge for the boating group. Reservations may be bedrooms 1% baths, carport, dan. Automatic transmission. See years. Hundreds of satisfied cus-
-f these we say "thanks." cuts and bruises from the collision meal. The dinner preparation con- made by contacting the Commo- chain link fence, built-in kitchen, Maurice Fuller. tfc-5-20 tome eed hem. WiteRawleigh
-Ve all look forward to making and were taken to the Hospital in mittee has planned for some 500 wall to wall carpeting, glass show- FAG 100 699 Memphis, Tenn. 9-9
Joe m people to be on ha erdoors in bath room, new gas FOR RENT: Beautiful unfurnished
:1 1966 St. Joe Invitational even automobiles for treatment people to be on hand for the meal tdoreasu, or Brer.ddie Mayson, the c heateroo. In excellent condition. 3 b edroom house at St. Joe SERVICE OFFERED: Damaged and
treasurer. heater. In excellent condition. 3 bedroom house at St. Joe SERVICE OFFERED: Damaged and
ger and better than 1965. Both cars were listed as beyond which will feature freshly :caught The return up he river will $1,000 down payment. 108 West- Beach. Oak floors, panel walls. broken furniture repaired. Free
get under way Sunday morning at cott Circle or call 229-3291. Call 227-4781. estimates. Call 2275876. 4tp-7-
8 a. m., EST, following free coffee POR SALE: 3 bedroom ranch style FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished MO-JO SERVICE STATION
and donuts, served at the city boat home on Hunter Circle. With liv- duplex. Palm Boulevard. Cecil Highland View
basin by the local boat club. ing room, dining and kitchen area G. Costin, Jr., Phone 227-4311. Mechaic Management
air .conditioned. Interior utilityMeni Ou
Sr-----oom. Established yard ,chain link FOR RENT: 2 bedroom cottage in OPEN 24 HOURS
NOTICE TO BID lence in back. FHA financed. $450 Oak Grove. Rent reasonable. Road Service Phone227-7971
BID NO. 28 down. Approximately $78)00 per Call J. C. "Chris" Martin. Phones
month. To see call 227-3961. tfc7-1 227-4051 or 229-4691. tfc-5-20 CARPET CLEANING on location
CA N CEL Y O U R V A The City of Port St. Joe, Florida or free pick-up and delivery.
SThe City of Port St. Joe, Florida FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. Un- Guaranteed service. J. Gavin, 909
A; N LC L Y O U R V A LA IIE I will receive sealed bids in the of- FOR SALE: Nice house. At White furnished. 1317 Long Ave. Ph. Kraft Ave., Panama City or call
ice of the City Clerk, City all, City. 2 bedroom, 2 ots. Call 227- 227-3972, C. W. Long. tfc7-1 PO 3-7824. tfc-4-22
Port St. Joe, Florida, until 5:00 8824. tfc-6-17
Sfo'lock P.M., EST, September 7,f FOR RENT: Unfurnished nice small GUNS REPAIRED, clean, modified,
1965,E Y U H E A C R T T lowin r g pi rcse equipment FOR SALE: Half acre at Howard's 2 bedroom house. Convenient to military rifles customized. Hot
BECAUSE YOU HAVE A CAR Fire Creek. $400. J. W. Maddox. town and school. Phone 227-8536 blueing, nickle plating. Stocks re-
: Truck and 0 G Fe Phone 648-4333. tfc-5-6 after 5:00 p.m. tfc-7-1 finished. Ammo and gun accessor-
STruck and Pumper. ies. See Louis C. (Red) Carter, St.
ST Specifications for this equipment FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom fur- Joe Beach. tfc-5-6
t A N T TA K E I T may be obtained by writing City FOR SALE: Apartment house with nished downstairs apartment.
Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, and re- four apartments. Capable of Close to town. 216/2 6th St. Phone MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
questing same. $180 month rent. Price reasonable. 229-4171. tfc-7-15 man is as near as your telephone.
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida J. W. Maddox, phone 648-4333. tfc Call 227-2011, ADDISON INSUR-
SA reserves the right to reject any or FOR RENT: Furnished two bed- ANCE AGENCY, across from the
SACT Al all bids received. FOR SALE: Two 2-bedroom hou- room concrete block beach front Post Office. Local and Long Dis- .
SLo W Cos A U o Loan J. B. WILLIAMS, 4t-7-22 ses. To be moved off lot. Com- cottage. $50.00 per week or attrac- tance Moving. Free Estimates.
City Auditor and Clerk plete with baths, kitchen sinks and tive monthly rate. Call 227-3491.
H P Gcabinets, double floors. Sound SEPTIC TANKS pimped out. Call
CAN HELP YOU GET THE good repair. W. H. Weeks, High- FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom un- Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
land View. ltp furnished house on St. Joe
d Beach. $60.00 per month. Call Jim KITCHEN CABINETS: Step into
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom house. Mapes, 648-3840. tfc-7-15 Spring with a new set of factory
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bedroom house. '.built cabinets with one piece for-
S* 903 Garrison Avenue. Central FOR RENT: By the week or night. mica top. Free estimate. Also fi-
heating and modern in every re- One bedroom and private bath. nancing available. 227-3311. tfe
Sar O f Y our Choice spect. See J. C. (Chris) Martin for Living room and TV privilege.
details, tfc 4-29 Rent reasonable. 528 corner Sixth WANTED TOO BUY: Good used
Street and Woodward Ave. 2tp furniture. Call us for highest
iHere's all you do: FIRST pick the car you want. SECOND- FOR SALE: Nice two bedroom ma- prices paid. SURPLUS SALES of
sonry house. Located on large lot WANTED TO RENT: Clean 3 bed- ST. JOE. Phone 229-3611. tfc
: at St. Joe Beach. Excellent condi- room house with carport or gar-
i find out how much money you'll need to over the purchase tion. Very small equity and assume age. Phone 229-3001. tfc-5-13 THERE WILL BE a regular cornm-
iortgage. Phone 648-3815. tfc-4-29 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
THIRD-then visit our bank to make that easy payment loan FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs No. 111, F. & A. M., every first
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. apartment. 514'2 Seventh Street. and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
at our low bank rates. Call 227-5426. tfc-4-29 Phone 227-776& tfc-4-15
S. AIR CONDITIONER CLEARANCE WANTED: Good homes for several
S2 HP, 19,000 BTU __-- $262.85 pretty kittens at 208 7th Street.
you'll find that you will like doing business with us. 2 hp., 16,000 BTU -- $245.25 Phone 227-7491. lp
Famous Philco Quality BILL J. RICH, W. M.
/ ST. JOE RADIO & TV CO. FOR SALE: Used 10 cu. ft. Frigi- H. L. BURGE, Secretary
FOR SALE: 1 used 12 foot West- daire refrigerator with freezing -
o rid a to n a B a n k inghouse refrigerator. Good con- compartment. In excellent condi- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114
SB I edition, $75.00. St. Joe Radio and tioni. Kenmore classic gas range THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
j TV Co. with natural gas orifices, automa- ing second and fourth Tuesday
tic top oven, four burners, less than nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legiun
i FOR SALE: 1963 Honda 50 motor- 1 year old. Call Dewey Gay, phone Home.
,* *cycle. Like new condition. Com- 229-1876.AM R ono ion
S' T T JOE 1pletely rebuilt. $250.00. Phone 227-St.
atPORT ST. JOE 4611 or see Bob Elley. FOR SALE: 1954 blue Studebaker Joseph Chapter No. 56, R .
V-8 sedan with air conditioning, 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on $150. Chrome and red kitchen ta- companions welcome.
Member: FDIC and Florida National Group two lots. See at 619 Madison St., ble and three chairs, $10.00. R. THOMAS J. ADKINS, High Priest
an iona up Oak Grove after 6:00 p.m. 3tp-15 Ritchie, 105 Bellamy Circle. Ip EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary