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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR PORTIST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1961 .... 'NUMBER 13


ETAOIN SHRDLU "
by Wht.EY R. RAMSEY .
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Before you receive another issue
of The Star, you will have ushered
in. a new year.
Almost invariably, we all think
ul some good "resolutions" to
make for the coming year. And
some people aroe strong-willed
enough to keep some of these reso-
lutions for a week or two. We have -
heard of people-on rare occasions .
-who kept their resolutions all
year long.n" :
At any rate, the advent of a new
year brings to mind that none of
us are perfect. We all need im-
provement.

We notice :by the papers that the
President is going to start off the '
new year studying the budget. No
doubt he and his advisors are seek-
ing some way to balance the bud- 5- ',
get and pay some of the national
debt We refuse to think that he
is looking to -see if the 'budget can,
stand the 'interest payments on an
additional five billion dollars debt.

And we would like to believe that
during the coming year, Uncle Sam
would cease to imitate the big,
strong idiot, afraid, to-stand up for
its rights for fear of hurting some-
one. '
-A lesson, from' our parent coun-
try would serve well in this in-
stance. Little Kuwait is trying to
push the British out of their oil
fields: now that they have been de-
velop d. Britian has dispatched a
task Torce to discourage such ac-

.:A .mtsile launching pad is being
constciited 90 mites from the U.
Si by an avowed enemy. But we will
.Aet A n ote (by way of Switzer-
land): with a polite, "naughty,
naughty, Fidel, you shouldn't ough-
ta dotliat".

Prom all reports, it was a good '
Christmas, in Port St. Joe for most.
...ey opijne A. b~. aiS organizaticon-
Pad ciurches. dd a record Job of -
.,.providing -food .and 'toys fr' the
less fortunate ina thb area. From
all indications thb. ranis of thee un-
fortunate are diminishing in Port
St. Joe.
',The Jaycees, of which we 'are one
put out 1t large baskets of food-
and toys. And it wa's our experience A
that those in need were few and
far between. This is a good sign.
But it is no sign for us to become
lax toward the needs of those less T j-


fortunate.


State's Economy

'Ends Year 1961

On The Upswing

Florida's economy is rounding
ori the year. on the up-swing with
indication's for a ensibl> rate of
growth in 1962, the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce stated this
week.
i"A check of indicators shows ap-
preciable improvement 'currently
over early 1961 and, at the same
t.ne, a calmer and healthier growth
than first predicted for the soar-
ing sixties.
"Measured by sales tax collec-
tions, business during the first six
months of this year was 3 per cent
below 1960. Since then, it has been
running 4 per cent above. Monthly
variations ranged from a drop of
18 per cent in January to a 5 per
cent gain in October. Bank debits
through October are one per cent
above last year, with recent months
showing improvement.
"One of the best thermometers
of the state's economic health is
the level of non-farm employment.
This year started with a disap:-
pointing though slight drop, hold-
ing until June which brought a
welcomed and significant upturn.
Since that time each month has
shown': gains, 'though. small, over
1960 and the year is averaging a
nose ahead. Employment in 1960
started out 7 per cent above the
previous year but the slow-down
cut away gains and the year av-
eraged 3 per cent above 1959. Ac-
companying the gain in employment
this year was a 6 per cent increase
in weekly wages paid to employees
ih manufacturing plants.
"All categories of non-farm em-
ployment are showing improvement
though those related to construc-
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Port St. Joe Accident Free



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NWF CONFERENCE


ITBALL TEAM PICKED


Veterans Service

Now Available

The veteran public of Marianna
and surrounding communities will
be able to obtain advice and assist-
ance on all veterans .benefits from
'a Veterans Administration repre-
sentative at City Hall in Marianna
,each Wednesday between the hours
:of 8:00 a.m. to 4;30 .p.nL
Lowery Davis,'a veteran of 16
years in the VA contact service,
has been selected to serve the needs
of the veterans and their depend-
ents in this area on matters need-
ing specialized assistance.
He added, however, that since all
records on Florida veterans are
:maintained in the VA Regional Of-
fice at St. Petersburg, that any
questions on, or submission of ap-
plications, documents, etc., relating
to an indiviudal's benefit can be
handled more quickly by mail di-
rect with the St. Petersburg Office,
or by personal visits to that office.
The VA Office in Marianna will
be closed December 29 at a full-
time operation, along with 'the rest
of VA's one-man offices over the
-nation, because the demand for the
services offered has fallen off to


George Boyer, Chesley Fensom

And Nelson Hall Make First Squad

CHIPLEY-Quincy center Buddy Kenneth Hollman, DeFuniak; Mike
Johnson was named honorary cap- Bordelon, Marianna.
tain of the All-Northwest Florida CENTERS-Helge Swanson, Mil-
Conference football team selected ton; Buddy Johnson, Quincy. Hon-
recently. orable Mention-Billy Moore, De-
It was the third straight year Funiak; Major Treadway, Marian-
the 215-pounder had been named 'na.
to the- squad. BACKS-Billy McCormick, Chip-
Quincy also dominated the team, ley; Mickey Broxon, Milton; Win-,
placing seven on the 22-man unit ,son Morris, Milton; Chesley Fen-
The, other four members of Quin- som, Port St. Joe; Nelson Hall,
cy's first team made honorable Port St. Joe; Ray Byrd, Quincy;
mention. C on ference champion John Smith, Quincy; Jerry Max-
Milton had six on the team. well, Quincy. Honorable Mention
Milton was awarded the Confer-'- Bob McMillan, DeFuniak; Wil-
ence championship trophy and Mil- liam Tolbert, Milton; David Nance,
ton's Carl Madison was selected, Port St. Joe; Raymond Melvin, Mil-
"coach of the year." ton; Larry Davis, Port St. Joe;
The Port St. Joe Sharks placed Johnny Luten, Quincy; Calvin Ste-
three men on the first squad. Ches- Mariahenson, Chiley; Robert Frank, McRaen-
l o Nelo Hl e Marianna; Robert Frank, Marian-
ley Fensom and Nelson Hall were
named in the backfield and George na.
Boyer was selected as one of the
ends. .Sharks receiving honorable Stac Club Sets
mention were: Joe Whaley, David Annual Is S B
Nance and Larry Davis. Annual Holiday Ball
The entire selection was as fol-
lows: The Stac House Club of the Port
ENDS-Eugene Lewis, Marianna; ST. Joe High School will-have its
George Boye,r Port St. Joe; Glen annual Holiday Ball Saturday night


One Wreck OQcurs

In Gulf County

Chief of Police H. W. Griffin re-
ported to The Star Tuesday that
Port St. Joe has again come through
v.ith flying colors. Griffin said that
.not even so much as a dented fen-
der resulted from the holiday driv-
ing in Port St. Joe. He reported
that so far as he knew, no other
injuries from accidents occurred as
a result of the holiday.
One near accident" occurred
Christmas Eve night when straw
on top of the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, caught fire
from fireplace sparks. Mr. and
Mrs. George Anchors, neighbors
of the Hendrix, were going to
Midnight Mass and saw the fire
and put the small blaze out, be-
fore it caught up good. The Fire
Department was not called.
The Hendrix family was in bed
asleep at the time the straw
caught fire.

Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy
s3id that one accident occurred
in the county-as a result of drag
racing-early Christmas morning.
According 'to Murphy, Clifford
Donald Strickland and Charles
Herman Fortner, both of Wewa-
hitchka,. crossed the Overstreet
bridge and lined up for a drag,
iace about 1:30 a.m. Chaistmas
morning. Murphy said that after a
while of racing, Strickland passed
Fortner and decided to quit the
rac'e an d slowed his vehicle down.
F.:.rtnrer struck him from-behind.
Both vehicles received about $100
damages. "
Both of. the-men were-charged
vwih reckless driving.
----.-..-----....-

Rev. Carmichael

Gives Program

Rev. John Carmichael, pastor of
the First Methodist Church present-
ed the program to the Rotary Club
last Thursday. His program was,
"Christmas Around The World".
Carmichael's program consisted
of a filmstrip narrated by him on
Christmas customs in various coun-
tries. The observances ranged from
habtis of worship, to the decorat-
ing with sheaves of grain in Nor-
way-from the roasted goose din-
ner traditional in Denmark to the
traditional American feast of tur-
key and dressing.
One thing all countries had in
common in their observance, was
the practice of worshipping God on
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.


Guests of the club were Barney
Tilton of Dunedon, J. J. Tucker of
Panama City and Cantey Higdon
of Quincy.

Paper Mill To Resume
Operations Monday

T. S. Coldewey, vice-president
in charge of operations of the St.
1- o-, rl- nn- t id The Star


Watch Night



Services Set


Beef Council Picks Roche At Long Avenue Baptist
chairman Church New Years 'Eve.
As Area Chairman -
.......... The Gulf County' Ministe
KISSIMTMEE-W. C. 'Roche of Association will provide the
Port St: Joe- was-. appointed North- nual Watch Night Program to
west Area chairman of the'Florida held in the Long Avenue Bap
Bee. Councfl' a.ri.g a recent meet- Church Sunday night from 11
ing of the state' organization, tc 12:00 p.m.
Tommy. Mack of Lowell, general All. the-churches. in Port.
manager of the.Norris Cattle Ranch Joe are combining to greet
will serve. as- the -Council's new new year In worship servli
general. chairman. Mack replaces with pastors of all churches
Marvin Kahn. f .Sebring. ing part on the program.
Roche, in addition to his Port St. The message will be brou
Joe business holdings operates a by Rev. Charles Parker, pas
200 acre farm two miles South of of t h e Overstreet Methoi
Wewahitchka on the banks of the Church. The services will. end
C ipola 'River. He has about 75 12:00 midnight, with those in
'iead ,of Hereford cattle on his tendance greeting the new y
farm which is geared almost en- in prayer.
tirely .to raising .cattle. The public is invited to atti
this special service.


Roche is president of the West
Florida Cattlemen's Association
which is composed of cattlemen in ;
Gulf, .Calhoun,. Liberty,. Wakulla,
Bay and Franklin Counties.


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GUESTS OF PATES
Recent guests of Mir. and Mrs.
Frank Pate were Captain and Mrs.
G. O. Carter of Alexandria, La.


Kiwanis Club Completes Year of Much

Stivity; New Officer Slate Seated

Kiwanis President, Calvin A,
orida Oysters Flyd completed his yea 6f'office
O tre s Tuesday and turned the reiAs ,of
.O the Infcre as the club over to the new president,
6 .crease 1 : WalterC. bodson.
TAL'LAHASSE- ..(FN.S) -' Th ..
lowly byster is finding its place in F10od asked sgrvetare :-bag
the Florida sun, and off-shore wa- Thompson to gv 'the lub ac e
ers. s' .aume. of the past year's .activities',
The total oyster catch in Florida which was highlighted by the fur-
this year could pass the three fishing of a room at the Municipal
.million, pound mark, Conservation Hospital at a cost of $750.00t to the
Director Randolph Hodges says. club.
Production for the first 10 months Projects throughout the year in-
of this year were about 177,000 chluded the annual Kiwanis Min-
pounds higher. than the total 12 strel, furnishing the hospital room,
months of last year. i aiding in the purchase of a station
Hodges says there are 10 more wagon for the Florida Crippled
certified oyster packing and ship- Children's Clinic, sending a boy to
ping establishments than a year Boy's State, promoting water safe-
ago in Florida. A total of 75 ship-' ty program among children, science
pers are able to produce along the and math awards to graduates, Ki-
coast. wanis Radio Day, winning first
The Conservation Department place in the Christmas parade, fur-
plans to continue to promote the nishing glasses for underprivileged
Florida oyster and develop the po- children and awarding two scholars
tential by research and 'encourage-* ship grants.


ment of leases.

Schools Will Re-Open
Next Thursday, Jan. 4

Gulf .County Schools will re-
. open next Thursday morning,
January 4 at the regular starting
time to resume studies after the
Christmas holidays.

Jr. High Football
Team To Be Honored


The new officers will take over
their offices next week. They are:
Walter Dodson, president; Marion
Parker, vice-president; Bill Thomp-
son, secretary and Tom Alsobrook
treasurer.
Guest of the club Tuesday was
Key Clubber Clifford Wimberly.


Cor, Truck Collide

At Mexico Beach

An automobile driven by Joel


Joe P-aper uomrpany tuo.u n ,The Junior High' football team Strait received about $200.00 dam-
this week that the mill will re- will be honored with a banquet at ages last Friday when he collided
sume operations at 3:00 p.m. :00 p..M Tuesday, January 2 in with a truck belonging to J. Lamar
Monday, January 1, after a shut :,nw~ith a.truck belonging-to J. Lamar
Down period for repairs and the Stac House. The team and Miller, Standard Oil Agent, driven
down period for repairsh and I their dates will be feted at the ban-'by George Allen Turnage of Por-
quet by mothers of the team mem- St. Joe..
Saturday, December 16. bers. 'Accordtlg' to Highway Patrolman
-'--- -------- Ken Murphy, Strait was following
Retail Merchants Will VISIT ELLZEYS Turnage on Highway 98 at Mexico
Mrs. J. L. Dominey of Malone, Beach. Turnage signaled for a
Meet Tomorrow Noon visited her daughter and family, right turn and pulled across the
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey over the center line of the highway to swing
There will be a meeting of the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Ellzey into his turn. Strait, thinking Turn-
ag a on otunlfbgt


the point it is no longer feasible Wilson, -Milton; Jack Ford, Quin- December 30. Port St. Joe Retail Merchant's Di- and her two sons accompanied Mrs.
to keep them open five days a cy. Honorable mention-Joe Laslie The dance will be held from 8:00 vision Friday at noon at the Motel Dominey home Tuesday for a short
week. Quincy. to 12:00 p.m. The dress will be St. Joe dining room. visit.
Lowery Davis said he would be TACKLES-Wayne Campbell, De- semi-formal. The admission will be All merchants are urged 'o at- -
in Marianna 'on the regular week- Funiak; Fred Hudson, Milton; Ray 75c each or $1.00 a couple. A newly tend. On the order of business is RETHERFORDS VISITING
ly schedule on Wednesdays to help Nix, Quincy; Glen Clark, Quincy. formed dance band, The Exotics. the selection of new officers for Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Retherford
with any special problems the vet- Honorable mention-Joe Whaley, will provide the music. the coming year. of Acme, N. C. will arrive here to-
eran public of the area might have. Port St. Joe; Tom Sanders, De- All alumni are welcome to at- ------ pay to visit with relatives and
Funiak. end. MISSISSIPPI VISITORS friends.
VISIT JUNGLE GARDENS GUARDS-Ray Justice, Chipley; --- --- -- Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairley and ----. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ward of 1609 James Byrd, DeFuniak; Carey 'HOLIDAY VISITORS twin daughters, were the Christ- TENNESSEE VISITORS
Marvin Avenue, Port St. Joe, enjoy- Strickland, Marianna; Alford Leon- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McKnight mas guests of Mrs. Fairley's par- Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Ogle former-
ed a visit to Sarasota Jungle Gar- ard, Milton. Honorable mention- and daughter of Daytona Beach ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith. ly of this city and now of Savannah,
dens during their recent vacation Stan Clark, Quincy; Richard Lu- were the holiday guests of Mr. andi, "- Tennessee visited here during the
on Florida's Lower West Coast. ten, Quincy; Billy Cotton, Milton; Mrs. C. H. McKnight. Send The STAR To A Friend holidays.


age was going to turn left, began
to pass Turnage on the right. JTils
as Strait was coming around tbc
truck, Turnage made his turn, strik.
ing the 1960 Ford station wagon
diiven by Strait in the right rea.
tire. Murphy said that Strait.
tified that he failed to see the
signal, ,'t -


Strait was charged with failing
tc have his vehicle under control.
The accident occurred at 9:45
a.m. Friday morning, before the
official holiday week end got under
way.


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THi STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28 4986


Minutes of the County Comm.

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Sears Roebuck & Co., Sup ........ 10.51
Floyd Whitfield, Reimburse........... .61
'DECEMBER 12, 1961 St. Joseph TeL & Tel. Co., Serv. .. 25.50
The Board of County Commission- George Y. Core, Recording RW Deeds 2.00
era of Gulf County, Florida met Fla. Engineering Assoc., Sery .... 315.85
thai date in regular session with Dorsey's Garage, Parts............ 2 00
thsi date in regular session with Leap Equip. Co., Equip. ......... 585.82
the following members present: Neal Lmbr. & Mfg. Co., Lumber .... 51.60
E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Leo William C. Lindsey, Tools ........ 67.34
Cook Motor Co., Parts...........381.26
Kennedy, Neva Croxton, James H. City Radiator Co, Parts......... 61.94
Greer and A. J. Strickland. The Tiliman Chev. Co., Parts ........ 48.00
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Engineer St. Joe Tire & Recap. Co., Recapping 56.28
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup ............ 26 26
and Civil Defense Director were GfCo. Is. Agcy., Ins. ...... 1,141.29
also present. Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. ........... 17 00
The meeting came to order, at Snap-On-Tools Corp., Parts ........ 87.60
aL. -a.m. E. C. Taylor, Sup ............. 5.75
20a0 .Allied Equip. Co., Parts .......... 70.28
The Chairman opened the meet- Motor Vehicle Co, Parts ........ o.o00
ing with prayer. GENERAL FUND
A- plat fo Money Bayou Subdivi- DECEMBER 12, 1961
eSion, Unit No. 2 was presented and Mrs. M. H. Conger, County Indigent 15.00
upon motion by Comm. Greer, sec- c. C. DavisY .............. 15.00
ended by Comm. Croxton and una- Grace Dunlap ............ 10.00
nimously carried, said plat was ac- Bessie Dykes, ............ 12.00
cepted and ordered filed in the pub- Ethel English, ............ 15.00
Kate Glass, .............. 15.00
lie records (Plat Book 2, page 28). Annie Hudgins, ........... 10.00
The Clerk presented the County Mrs. H. C. Jones, .......... 12.00
Annual Financial Report for the Lula Kempel, .............. 16.00
fiscal year ending September 30, Johnny Keith, ............ 15.oo
1961. After reading said report and Bessie Lee, .............. 15.00
,there was a Mrs. John McMillian,.... .......15.00
discussing same, there was amo-inkie Mae Meyers ....... 15.00
tion by Comm. Greer, seconded by Audrey Nunery, .......... 15.00
Comm. Strickland and unanimous- Eva Pate, ................. 10.00
:ly carried, that said report be ap- Minnie Patterson, ..... 12.00
Minnie Paul, ......... 15.00
proved and a copy of same mailed Mary Porter, ............ 15.00
to the Comptroller of the State of Allied Porter, ............. 6.00
Florida. Myrtle Quick,. .............. 15.00
Florida.Winnie Ross, ............10.00
Mrs. 0. V. Scully, ........ 15.00
The St. Joseph's Land and De- Mae Creamer, .......... 15.00
development Comuany and the Lister Onnie Blackman, .......... 15.00
Estate presented right of way deeds Irin Darley, ............ 10.00
for a county road running from Eleanor Winnie, Mother's Pension .. 9.00
State Road 387 in Section 1, T7S, Virginia Armstrong, ...... 12.00
ROW in a Southerly direction to the Mae Creamer, ............ 3.00
Inez Bright, ........... 9.00
Southeast corner of Section 13, Jessie Simmons, ............ 6.00
T7S, R9W and the same was ac- Josie Odom, ........... 9.00
cepted and ordered recorded. Bessie Glass, ..............6.00
Dollie Weeks,
The Board voted to pay the Mu- Bildwel Supply Co., Sup ............ 6.83
nicipal Hospital of Port St. Joe Danco Prod., Fogging Mach. .... 1,875.00
$75.00 on a hospital bill for Mrs. Frank & Dots Agcy., Ins. Mos. Con. .. 34.00
SFuller's Supply Co, Sup.. ......... 3.90
Hleen Parish, an Indigent patient. Fla. Dev. Com., Misc. Sup. ......... 882.65
The Clerk was instructed to be- J. H. Greer's Serv. Sta., Sup. .......7.40
gin monthly payments from the inGulf White Truck, In, Parts .... 50.00
Pridgeon Agency, Ins.............380.18
digent funds to C. W. -Sapp in the st Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup............9 .88
amount of $15.00. Standard Oil Co., Gas & Oil ...... 64.40
The. Board entered into a discus- St. Joe Motor Co., Parts,.............66
St Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., Serv. 8.75
siaon with reference to a drainage West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Sup .... 52.02
ditch in the Overstreet area and Fla. Forest Serv., 61-62 Fire Con. 10,110.00
members of the Board decided to StarPub. o., Print. uainutes....o.o00
George Y. Core, Annual Report and
make an inspection of the ditch be- Court Cost ................ 310.75
fore a decision be reached. Webb Funeral Home, Co. Indigent .. 75.00
The Board voted to pay Mary Samuel A. Patrick, Com. on tax roll 7.818.30
W T Edwards TB Heap., Gulf Patients 47.50
Collins $30.00 for nursing Mrs. Rosa State Assn. of Co. Com., Dues .... 150 00
Lee McGown, for 15 days. The Harrison Co., Sup. .......... 31.50
The Boar ddiscussed the possi- Bowen Supply Co., Sup ............ 3.31
dd sse the possi- A.J. Strickland. Exp............ 100 00
ability of employing a full time, or St. Joe Tele. & Tele Co., Serv. ...... 28.13
a deputy supervisor for the Civil Mary Collins, Co. Ind. Nursing .... 30.00
Defense program. Mr. Robert Sid- Panama Fire Equip. & Sup. Manual
Resuscitator ............v ..... 43.00
well was instructed to look into Robert D. Sidwell, Travel Exp. .... 27.60
this -matter and make a report to Campbell's Drug Store, Exp .......: 2.25
Costing's Dept. Store, Sup .......... 1.76
the Board. Motor Vehicle Com Tags ........... 7.50
Comm. Kennedy offered the fol- C. w. Sapp, Co. Indigent .......... 15.00
lowing resolution, seconded by Municipal Hospital, Indigent .. 00
Comm. Croxton and unanimously The Breeze( Sup. and Print. Min. 123.49
Comm. Croxton and unanimously Marianna Office Supply Co., Sup. .. 3.50
adopted, to-wit: Neva Croxton, Exp ............ 100.00
RESOLUTION James H. Greer, Exp. .......... 100.00
WHEREAS, the Board of Coun- E. C. Harden, Sr., Ep ..........100.00
Leo Kennedy, Exp.................100.00
ty Commissioners of Gulf County, FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
Florida recognized the contribu- DECEMBER 12, 1961
tions of the Honorable J. L. Sharit, silas R Stone, Salary .......... 318.33
a' e of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Ray E. Green, Comptroller, Ret. .... 20.00
Florida, and George Y. Core, Recording Convic. .. 9.00
Floi a Bowen Supply Co., Supplies ...... 3.39
WIriEiLEAS, the Honorable J. L. GENERAL FUND PEST CONTROL
Sharit has served with distinction, DuCor Supply, Sup. ............ 122.50
ilcailon and honor the City of I. W. Duren, Parts .............. 163 00
daUon and onor the u ity of G .Lindsey, Labor. ............. 33.00
t StJoe, r the County of Gulf, St. Joe Tire & Recap Co., Tires .... 67.85
". 'tate of Florida, and thbeUnit- St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ........ .56
Skates of America as & faithful M. D. Moody & Sons, Ino, Sup. 31.650
aPes or Amera as iu player Motor Co., Parts.........'. 17.92
W'aunntiing sevant, with the high- GENERAL FUND -
est morals and principles of Go- DECEMBER 1, FUN961
eminent, and, : E. O. Harden, Salar) .......... 125.00
WHEREAS, his late passing I Leo Kennedy, Salary ............ 125.00
Slaves this Board of County Corn- ea roxton, Salary ..........125.00
SA. J. Strickland, Salary...........125.00
missiouers, the citizens and resi- James H. Greer, Salary .......... 125.00
dents of Port St. Joe and Gulf Coun- Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary .......... 89.32
ty, and all who knew him a void George Y. Core, Salary .......... 337.50
David C. Gaskin, Salary5...........155.00
which will be long remembered, Elmer Nunery, Salary ............ 121.12
and Max W. Kilbourn, Salary ......... 47.00
WHEREAS. his, many outstand- Sam P. Husband, Salary .......... 50.00
HEREAS his many tan- Evelyn Pate, Salary.............43.20
ing achievements as a leader will W. L. Fitzpatrick, Salary .......... 8.70
be long remembered and enjoyed; Joseph L. Bailey, Salary .......... 8.70
NOW, THEREFORE, BE T RE- Rober L. McCrary, Jr., Salary ...... 8.70
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT R-Betty G. Owens, Salary .......... 69.75
SOLVED by the Board of County j. j. Hill, Salary .............. 69.75
Commissioners in regular session, Cubie R. Laird, Salary .......... 17S.00
t ni 2t da f December 1Q91 Director Internal Rev. WH taxes .... 79.10
this 12th day of December, 1961, Gulf Co. Soc. Sec., SS .......... 12.01
that this resolution be adopted in Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ....... 44.25
memory and honor of his leadership Profes Ins. Corp., Ins .......... 71.50
mo4st -s citizene. Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins. 6.00
and most outstanding citizen. oppedge, Salary........ 104.32
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED S. T. Morris, Salary ............ 114.32
that a copy of this resolution be C. E. Daniell, Salary .......... 182.62
Spread upon the minutes i Pauline Sower, Salary............25 00
spread upon the minutes of the Collector Int. Rev., WT .......... 473o
Board of County Commissioners of Ray E. Green, Compt., Ret. ....... 19.55
Gulf County, Florida, and that a Gulf County SS Act., SS........ 14.65
Copy thereof be mailed to Mrs. J. Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins .... 6.00
opy thereof be mailed to Mrs. J. GENERAL FUND PEST CONTROL
L. Sharit, widow of the late Hon- DECEMBER 1, 1961
orabl eJ. L. Sharit, and that copies Samuel Marion Graves, Jr., Salary .. 138.68
mh aC C. Dykes, Salary .............117.72
thereof be mailed 0 the City Corn-L : Seders, Salary .......... 10916
mission of the City of Port St. Joe, Collector Int. Rev., WTr .......... 22.00
dan ., ,11 the newspapers and ra- R' E. Green Compt, Ret......17.05
Flria Gulf County SS Acct,,55...*,.....12,79
dio station in Gulf County, Florida. Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins. .....oo00
u ad this 12.h day of Decem- ROAD and BRIDGE FUND
beri 1961. DECEMBER 1, 1961
The roa d eatmn flid is Lloyd Whitfield, Salary ........ 189.62
The road department filed Its Charles Fortner, Salary ......... 142.52
'monthly report of expenditures and Perry S. Holley, Salary .......... 174.05
daily cost records for the month of Alva Kemp, Salary .............. 154 54
Nveme 1. 9 61 G.enn Maoels, Salary ............ 146.84
November, 1bl. OCarl Lester, Salary ............ 134.30
The Health Department and j. A Hall, Salary .............. 136.82
Farm Agent filed monthly reports Donald Sube r, Salary .......... ..141.94
tor November, 1961. Charles R. Cleckley, Salary ...... 141.94
All payrolls and bills were pre- William C. Lindsey, Salary ...... 133.95
sented, examined, and approved as K. Knowles, Jr. Salary ...... .129.81
Paid. Veto Nichols, Salary ............ .110.70
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND Sanford Armstrong, Salary ........ 92.02
DECEMBER 12, 1961 I R. K. Strickland, Salary ........ .112.13
Taylor Parts, Parts .............. 60.10 Robert L. Lester, Salary ........ .122.96
caloway Bros. Sup. Co., Parts .... 56.75 Roy' 0. Tharpe Salary .......... .143.38
St. Joe Mtr. Co, Parts ........... 258.71 Jim Bagby, Salary .............. 62.71
Burford-Toothaker Trac. Co., Parts 665.29 Dinector Internal Rev., WT ...... .374.70
Bay Mach. & Weld., Parts ........ .27.23 Ray E. Green, Compt., Ret. ...... 258.04
St. Joe Auto Parts, Parts ........ 193.72 Gulf County Soc. Sec. Acct., 88. .... 21.00
Pianama 'Mach. & Sup., Parts ..... 50 29 Colonial Life & Acci. Ins., Ins .... 88.47
Allied Equip., Inc., Parts ........ 218.23 There being no further business,
Alvin McGlon Garage, Parts ......8.30 the meeting did then adjourn.
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop, Serv. .... 26.25 ATTEST:
Premier Fastener Co., Sup....... 113.48 George Y. Core E.3. Harden, Sr.
Gulf .Oil Corp., Sup. ............ George Y. Core C. Harden, Sr.
Standard Oil Co., Gas & Oils ...... 33.36 Clerk Chairman
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR MONTH ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1961
FUND BEGINNING DEPOSITS EXPENDI- ENDING
BALANCE TURES BALANCE
General 28,134.11 69,620.41 9.581.36 88,173.16
Mosquito-State 62__ 632.93 3,813.85 2,522.39 1,914.39
Fine & Forfeiture ___ 24,955.30 27,581.07 4,809.88 47,726.49
Road & Bridge 16,376.69 24,089.19 14,276.57 26,189.31
Health Center I & S 14,250.00 14,250.00
Capital Outlay ____ 48,620.81 48,620.81


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Published E i-'h4Trsiday-A 306 WIilliamsAvenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing' Company
WESLEY T. R At SEY : Editor and Publisher
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SDIAL BALL 7-3161
Zutered.a second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
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FOR- RETi:2 room, furnished By BOB KERRIGAN series-one of 625 and the other '
.gg". '-p artmeIt.,Cople prefer- This week and next, the Mer- of 629. We have 21 members in Watch te bowling news column
reLd.Omill 227-i5 at 51'0 Sixth St. 2 chant's Bowling League will be idle the "500 Club" who have rolled a next week for some records and
for the Christmas and New Year total of 69 "500 seires" this season: Jpeculiarities from the archive of
FOR SAL., Used pianon, Wurlttzer9"e n wC.
studio u'iLght. -Has damp chaser. holidays. The league will resume Don Huffman, 12; Bob Kerrigan, 9.; the American Bowling Congress.
Good- condition. $295.00. Call 227- bowling on January 8, 1982. Ray Medlin, 5; Waring Murdock, 5; The Merchant's Bowling League
-3151.-or -227-3551. Due to no bowling, this week, Bobby Shaw, 4; F. J. Zelichowski, wishes each and every one of you
let me tell you something about '4; B. I. Mobley, 4; Billy Richards, a Happy New Year and high scores.
FOR d SALE: Registered German our league bowlers. As a start we 3; Pat Kelly, 3; Ron Pendergraft, I
Shepard Puppies. 19071 Long Ave. t
-can 'take, a look at the league 3; Bill Galvan, 3; Frank Tumer, 2; "
FOR SALE: Lots. 3 miles from standings after one half of the sea- Warren Yeager, 2; Ralph Ward, 2; 1 h ls D
town. 75'.n g 110', $500 each. 50' x
-15 $350 ,each. Special, 79%' x 239' son is finished. JimBoyer, 2; Bob Nedley, 1; Tom f _,. Hy
only $500. See James Johnson, Team W L Pct. Pridgeon, 1; Ray Gibson, 1; Pat- Completes Traing
Jonesville, Subdivision. 6tp-11-30 Woolford's Serv. 46 10 .821 terson, 1; Blair Shuford, 1; Jake _
FOR SALE: Acre of land at Over-'Pat's Wonder Bar 35/2 20Y 2.634. oller, 1. GREAT LAKES, ILL (FHTNC)
street. Call Union Finance Co. Custom Shop 30 26 .536 There are 12 members who have -Charles D. Harvey, .son of Mr.
Pvlant's Shopn 26fi 30 464 -rolled ,one or more 200 amesn this -- .


rH EB a Af, Por. f l. Joe, PI. TH U RSDAY, DEGEMVIBE R 2 19ol FOR SALE: One bedroom and tw o n' sB- --a r 25 31' .44 s a o Hu *m a, 12; Sh w 4;
Bedroom house3 in Oak Grove. 'Stone's Bar 25 31 .446 season; Huffman, 12; Shaw, 4;
ContactSam Neel, Ingram Service Pate's Shell' Serv. 24 32 .429 Richards, 4; Kerirgan, 3; Pender-
.F :.Si I ADVIN Station,:.-darrabelle, Phone 697- Pridgeon's Agcy. 191/2 36% .348, graft, 2; Ward, 2; Medlin, 2; Kelly,
I. A VE T I 3990. .tfc-10-19 Phillip's &66" 18 38 .321 1; Boyer, 1; Pridgeon, 1; Mobley,
R SALE We have only one member of the 1; Murdock, 1.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house. FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom league left, who is in, the' famed The top 11 men in the league
$35.00 month.. Also. two bedroom furnished first floor apartment. 1. 2-bedroom house at Mexico "600 Club", 'men who 'have rolled and their averages are:
house,. $45.00 -monoily. Both- unfur-' 12th and Palm Blvd. Phone 227-4481 Beach on waterfront. 100x143 lot..
nished. See Bill Carr or phone 227- or 227-4261. tfc-11-30 Fully furnished. Ceramic tile bath. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house and Don Huffman, Woolford's, 42
8111.t lie tfc Priced at only $10.975.00. 185
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed- ...,, Ibrge frame house, over 2,000' 3 bedroom house. C. W. Long, games, 185.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two bed- room house at 1305 Woodward It. of flor space on five acres of Phone 227-4686. tfc-12-28 Jake Koller, Pat's Bar, three
room apartment;i 617 Woodward Ave., circulating p4i-heater. $60.04 0 land at Kinard, Fla. Priced at $6,- WANTED: Woman to do ironing games, 174.
Ave. $45.00 per mon-th. Call or write per month. Call B., C. Gaillard, ph. 600. and housework, preferably with Bob Kerrigan, Woolford's, 42
Gene Halley, 210S Croydon Dr., Tal. 227-7396. tfe-11-23 3. 3-bedroom house, 1 bath, car- own car. Inquire at white house games, 166.
a349, home phone, 8 5-1. FOR RENTpor and utility room, on-'.Marvincross from Jolly Golf range. Max- Frank Tumer, Custom Shop, 15
349, home phone, 38'5-3139. tc FOR RENT: obfurnished newly Avenue. Pay. owner's equity and ico Beach. 2tp-12-28 games, 166.
''decorated two-bedroom house, .tssume... balance of $0,461.56 pay- ga 1
.ableat-. $70.00 per month. WOMEN over 35 with pleasing per- Bobby Shaw, Pylant's, 36 games,
-4- 4. Lots at Douglas Landing for sonality can earn $30 to $40 a 165.
1ish .c.mpl andn&., retirement, homes, week contacting established .cus-
rerms, arrange m hto suit you. tomers. Experience unnecessary. Billy Richards, Custom Shop, 42
.5. Loa tfo .rsa.e at St. Joe Beach. Write AVON, Box 3103 MSS, Talla- games, .163.
.biock. .t ro, water. Reasonable hassee, Fla. Ito Ray Medlin, Stone's Bar, 33
6. 106; acres at Beacon Hill. Good'WANTED: Attractive young lady games, 163.
Investment opportunity. i to serve our guests. Must be ex- Pat Kelly, Custom Shop, 21.games,
7. 320. acres of wfoodlaud, six experienced first class waitress over 162. '.1
miles South of Wewahitchka. Ap- 21. Apply in person. Gulf Sands TRon Pendergraft, Pat's, 39 games'
proximateW 300 acres planted in Restaurant. 158
4-year old pine ees.158
8. New 'three bedroom homes un- EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Jim Boyer, Woolford's, 30 games'
der construction on Cyprs Ave- Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for 158.
ru~uvur su.e. $50T0 down, payments, Approxi- tllick expert service. Bill Galvan, Custom Shop, 38
PROVIDE maely $80 .00p er montk.;FHA.A i alvan, .Cusom .Shop, 3
m aey $80 .00 per mo n FA -. PLANNING TO MOVE? Let us help games, 158.
THac. e- ,you. ree estimates in town or Custom Sop has th highst
E. TOM PRIDGEON anywhere in the USA. W erepre-
Reg. Real Estate Broker sent MAYFLOWER, nationwide three game -series with ;a total of
S D Y W Long, Salesmaner movers. Experienced and qualified 2537.
Phone 27-7741 01Willias Ave. SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE4 112 Woolford's Service ts next with
FO E 3 "Isu Monument Ave. Phone 227-4051. 2529.
FOR THEY ALEt d S oom su ed WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, Pat's Wonder Bar is, third with
house. Hardwood'flours, wired for THE AMERICAN LEGION.-Meet- 1507.
Air conditioner and electric, stove.. .. r ......-d.e&a
Corner lot, 302 16th St., $8.500. ing first and third T a Custom. Shop 'has .the~ highest
E eD $57.21 monthly payments. FHA f. nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion s game-ith. a,908..
Mom, be sure yournancing. $300 down payment plue Ho m
YFHA closing costs. Write or call .AWN MOWER FOR RENT: .00 Woolfords-Serviceinext with
youngsters are .getting collect Bne Dickens, 1101 Peidmont hour. Cut your lawn and let me a : -
-plenty of those Drie, Tallahassee, Florida. 'Phone worry with upkeep of mower. Gul Pat's Wonder Bar s. third with-
-. delicious, nourishing T: -11 tfc Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin. a 895.
dairy foods they need FOR SALE. 2 .bedroom house 130S n. Phone 7-7501. Don Huffman has the high three.
o stay h alth Long Ave., Garage and utility THERE WILL BE a regular corn- with a 629.
to stay healthy room. Call Grady Player, ,27-3636. munication of Port St. Joe Lodge w Bobby Shaw i nex: with a high
.' FOR SALE; 3 bedroom house with No. 111, F&AM every first ar.e three of 685. '
-den,-separate 'dining room, cen- 'rd Thursday at-8:00 p.m. Ron Pendergraft is-. third with
;- -.: -.: '--- 9 rtral heating, carpet nd- new, blinds .
IF inclu~ed. Large trees Ch'udEcNr-67
IF KdN er lot WoodwhonDon Huffman -h)- rthe bitii single
S S 227-751- JOSEPH CEVANS; W. M. 600 pins in a series. D6n:-Huffman,
S rS G TO E GOOD -SALE All Master Masons cordially invt of the Woolords team has two
Three- bedroom h o u s e ith IR. A. M.-Regular convocation of MaMBas
A coi lete line of oden's Dairy Pro- e garage and oa doors. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
On'.90xl65 ft. lot on Garrison Ave. 2 4 M A it
ducts at your favorite super marketer sell ony 35 M., 2d and 4th Mondays. All visit
delivered to your door. Just call us, iol- l oaalance on l John H. Dickey, High Priest
ect, to havedwo bedroom masonry lnpuse on Joel Lovett, Secretary I
lect, to have your name placed on our Marvin Ave.-total cost ony $6,8oU,
arvin Ave. Total cost only$6,800 SAMARITAN LODGE No... 0.
-te' Have anJ*d house on Seventh 0. F.-Meets second and fourth (FIVE MILES FR
Street lpce d-.on two very nice .Thursdays, 8:0.0 p.m. in American
TRY OUR lots.' an sell for only $5;00. The Legion Hall. All members urged tc (Limit Rights Reserved)
lots alone aropejth half the price, attend.
E C'(ew three 'bedroom house on Mc- Noble Grand: Emmett .Daniell THESE SPECIALS G
S country rreS Eggs Clllan Ave. Only $10,000.:-Terms. Secretary: J. C. Martin.
Two bedroom house with 150 ft. --
Swl in White City. Cantsell for GOOD LUCK FOR THE N
small down payment and balance W ANTED i
H Bn mMA rClike rent. W A I E '
ARDEN'S FRANK HANNON SALESMAN-COLLECTOR H 0 G B
"H R E N SRegistered Real Estate Broker Steady, sober man. Free re- 1AND
** 221 Reid Ave. Ph. 227-3491 tirement plan. Group insur- JUW L)
0 FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnighed ance plan. Substantial salary
D I Y 2 bedroom brick home, 1031 Long. plus commissions. Experience
R o Ave. Also two story, two-edroomi desired but not essential. Mail APALACHICOLA I
stucco home, 1508 Long Ave. Phone a .nrt
648-4123, J. A. Mira. application in own handwrit- i
"Gulf County's Only Producing Dairy" --R-SONA t ing, stating full particulars to G a '
Phone 639-4383 Wewahitchka, Florida PRO rubber mp P. Box 308, Port St. Joe.
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Stephens 'College In Missouri is
spending the holidays with- her par-
ents, MXr. and Mrs^. ..Lajmar Miller.
Glenn Alligood, student.at Jack-
sonville University is visiting with
his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Al-li-
good.
Leonard Costin, student at the
University of Florida isi visiting
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Costin.
.Edward Smith oft Ajuburn -and
Bob Smith of Emory University
School -of "Medicine ;are spending
the holidays with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Robert Smith.
David Odum, student at Ouchita
College' in Arkadelphia, Ark., is
spending the .! Christmas &,holidays
with. his parents, Rev. and Mrs.
J. Odum.


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Cornet* Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SSUNAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .....-----....... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .......-. 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"



SPENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Prayer Service (Thursday) ___ 7:45 P.M.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 11,:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Comfortably Air-Conditioned


You A,4e Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00'a.m.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .-....... 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
CHRISTIAN CADETS 6:15 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 P.M.
SMid-Week Prayer Services (Wed.) ........- 730 P.M.


IT T R AT tAteose to o ly 0. 19~8). -

: New Year Week

End Will Claim 17
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hour holiday period, the -Florida .ince 1S69, and the :4eth 6i4Ote ore
Highway Patrol predicted this sulted as follows:- -
week. 1959--14. highway deaths; 1960-
26 highwayfatality figure is ased oneaths; 1961-1 high-
The fatality figure is based on wy- leatha
a prio wncn illoeg ff way, Oth


a period which will begin F'riday,
6:00 p.m., December 29 and last
through the following Monday,


TALLAHASSEE Florida high- January 1, 1962, at midnight.
ways will claim the lives of .17 per-! The New Year's holiday period


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For a variation fIoIn the tr.td;tional, SeC'. a Holly Pie 1I3
year. This is a combination of two favorites mincemeat, almost
heavy with spices, and cranberries that are tart, juicy and bright
colored. The crust is cut out to form holly leaves hence the name.
The filling is thickened with quick-cooking tapioca, so the fruits
and berries are just the perfect consistency, with clear, slightly
runny juices. This dessert is delicious, too, with the. "pick-up"
meals of cold turkey or ham.
Holly Pie
3 tablespoons Minute Tapioca
1 cup sugar
% teaspoon salt
2 cups fresh cranberries
% cup water
1-% cups moist mincemeat
Pastry for two-crust 19-inch pie
1 tablespoon butter
Combine tapioca, sugar, salt, cranberries, water, and mi-ce-
meat in saucepan. Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture
comes to a boil. Cool, stirring occasionally.
Roll half the pastry % inch thick. Line a 9-inch pie pan and
trim pastry at edge of rim. To make top crust, roll remaining
pastry % inch thick. Cut out holly leaves or a fancy design near
center. Fill pie shell with fruit mixture. Dot with butter. Moisten
edge of bottom crust. To adjust top crust, fold pastry in half or
roll loosely on rolling pin; center on filling. Trim top crust, letting
it extend % inch over rim. To seal, press top and bottom crusts
together on rim. Then fold edge of top crust under bottom crust
and flute. Bake in hot oven (425F.) about 50 minutes, or until
syrup boils with heavy bubbles that do not burst.


Total Abstenance From Alchohol Must

For Infectious Hepatitis Victims

JACKSONVILLE-Infectious he- is negligible, although any death
patitis may dampen a. number of should of course be prevented if
Florida New Year's celebrations possible. It is the prolonged conval-
because the disease can severely escence which affects the economy
damage the liver and, one of the of the person, his family and the
treatments is total abstenance state. At least six weeks is fre-
from :alcohol. quently required for recovery.
Dr. James 0. Bond, Director of Sometimes it is much longer."
the Bureau of Preventable Diseas- Dr. Bond said Florida's rapidly
es, said "We are not so much con- growing population is one reason
corned about the death rate which for the state's surge in cases. He
said the rise was gradual until 1960
when the leap was to 1,108 from
342 in 1959. So far this year, there
have been. 1,417 reported cases.
Increases in population -bring
problems in sanitation and infec-
tious hepatitis is spread primarily
U through contamination by body
discharges or things eaten or put
into the mouth.
"A simple thing like washing
one's hands could do much to stamp
out infectious hepatitise-if every-
body did it," Dr. Bond said.
In 1950, only 27 cases were re-
ported with the case rate 1.0 per
e100,000 population. The cases jump-
ed to 236 in 1952-up 680 per cent
-and then fluctuated between 152
and 303 until reaching the 342 fig-
ure in 1959.
The case rate for Florida has
been well below that of the United
States until 1960 when Florida's
was 22.1 against the United States'
20.3. The national death rate for
.,. the 1950-1960 period remained at


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forward, this we pray...

that the coming year will see the

fulfillment of the dream toward which

we strive...everlasting peace on earth

for all mankind. May it be for all...

A HAPPY NEW YEAR'



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BLACKEYE PEAS
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apple JUICE can 31c
RAND NO. 303 CAN
tK & BEANS 2 cans 25c
RAND NO. 300 CAN /. ,
id BEETS 2 cans 31c
FACTORY PACKED SUPERFINE.--

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23c


SESSION'S
COOKING OIL no. 5 jug 89 c
KRAFT
Macaroni Dinner 2 pkgs. 37c


WHITE HOUSE WHITE
VINEGAR


2 b. pkg. 29c
3 lb. $1.00


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21c

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SALTINE CRACKERS lb.box 19c


IGA EVAPORATED
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with a real old-fash-
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;-dinner! But to be sure
of real quality, be sur-
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FRYER EG S ,5
T- TABLERIT.E GRADE 'A' QUARTERED ..
FRYER. BREASTS lb. 39c
P= "L ~TA'BLERITE SLICED .
Sliced BACON lb. 49c:
/, l Tablerite Sliced-Balogna, Liver Cheese, Pickle'.and
: .-'. '" Pimento and Olive Loaf
Luncheon MEATS 4 pkgs. $1


Free


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Stamps
Every
Saturday


SOLID CRISP
GREEN CABBAGE
Crisp Crunchy CELERY


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STANDARD PACK

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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
SPECIALS FOR DEC. 28, 29 and 30


20 OZ.
PIES


McKENZIE 10 OZ, PKG.
GREEN PEAS
IGA BRAND
BREADED SPIRIMP
IGA SALISBURY
STEAK DINgER


3 pkgs. 49c

10 oz. pkg. 69c

11 oz. pkg. 55 c


IGA BRAND
ICE MILK
OLD FASHIONED
Hoop CHEESE
TABLERITE 1 LB. PI


1/2 gal. 49c

lb. 59c


MARGARINE 2 pkgs. 49c
KRAFT AMERICAN or 8 OZ.-PKG.


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Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Eugene
S r r regular Neel of 1007 Woodward Avenue an-
Sstoe fine nounce the birth of a son, Charles
S cssb e porescio se Earl on. December 13.
SthOu 19 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson
Sne Strickland of Wewahitch'ka an-
to mecakeOf eout nounce the birth of a daughter,
otatle rts to bu Brenda Joyce on December 15.
St service. Mr. and Mrs. James Junior
Broome of Destin announce the
birth of a son, David Anthony on
SI December 15.
**.*" '* Mr. and Mrs. George Mime Cox
"" of Wewahitchka announce the
S. l birth of 'a daughter, Stephanie
*- :r /." a Elaine on December 14.
*. ..- *' Colored Births
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alvin Ro-
SP MA gers announce the birth of a son,
Christopher Noland on December
S Free Parking 18.
D rive-I n Window Service (All births occurred at the Mu-
Drie-n Widow Service nicipal Hospital.)
Iuzzett's Druq Store
817 Williams Ave. Ecomomy On Upswing
Port St.. Joe, Florida 1
(Continued from page 1)
R U tion are still holding back. The dip
HOCE ON rlURLOUGH in, home building has brought an 8
A/3C Archie Barbee was home per cent decline In the dollar vol-
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. e r cent decline in the dollar ol-
ume of home mortgages recorded
H. F. Barbee for the Christmas holi- this year compared with 1960, which


a. ____ year was likewise 8 per cent be-
VSIT IN PANAMA CITY low 1959.
V;SIT IN PANAMA CITY "New business incorporations be-
r. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram at- gan an upswing in August this year
tended the 30th wedding anniver- and since then have held some 20
sary, celebration of Mr. and Mrs. per cent above 1960. Losses earlier
P...'H. Day in Panama City Sunday, e e a 1960. L ^arlie
P-1 Day in anama City Sunday, r in. the year will likely be off-set by
D mber 24. Mrs, Day.is Mrs.current gains when final reports
BAttram's sister.
-are in. Business failures, as report-
ed by Dun and Bradstreet, are still
VISIT SMITHS da problem. Through October this
r. and Mrs. Paul Smith and
r.and Mrs. Carl Smith of Greens year they totaled 818 firms against
bOr, spent Sunday visiting their' 571 firms this time last year. Some
b4 o, spent Sunday visiting their improvement has shown up, how-
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. mprovement h as shown up, how-
W. L. Smith. ever, in, recent months in a drop
in the rate of failures."

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Mon. thru Thurs. 4:45 p.m.
Saturday 12:45 p.m.

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WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY




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, AUREEN O'HARA BRIAN KEITH HAYLEY MiS
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Miss Estl0e Mielle !Is Wed To'

Rev. Samuel N. December 2

Miss' -stelle Mizelle, daughter of biue lace dfess over taffeta with
Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Mizelle of black accessories and a pink fea-
Port St. Joe became the bride of there carnation corsage. The
Rev. Samuel N. Booth, Jr., son of bridegroom's mother was attired
Mrs. Marion Rhudy and Samuel in a green floral wool jersye sheath
N. Booth, on Saturday, December with green accessories and a cor-
2, at 2:00 p.m. in the Edgewood sage of rust daisy chrysanthemums.
Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Immediately following the cere-
W. M. Hoard performed the dou- mony a reception was held in the
ble ring ceremony. social hall of the church which was


The church was beautifully dec-
orated with a -huge sunburst ar-
rangement of white gladioli, chyrs-
anthemums and greenery set in a
background of palms and the fam-
ily pews were marked by large
white satin bows.
Prenuptial music was presented
by Miss Irene Sheppard, pianist,
who accompanied Mrs. Robert F.
Mashburn, soloist, as she sang the
couple's chosen selections includ-
ing, 0 Promise 'Me, Always and in
conclusion, as the couple knelt at
the.altar, The Lord's Prayer.
The bride given in marriage by
her father, was attired in a floor
length gown of Chantilly lace with
fitted bodice. The sabrina neckline
was finished with scallops of lace
and a motif of pearls and iridescent
sequins. The long sleeves tapered
to points at the wrist and her very
full skirt had scalloped lace panels
extending into a chapel length
train. Her finger-tip veil of illusion
was held in place by a -small crown
of pearls and sequins, and she car-
ried a cascade arrangement of car-
nation centered with a white or-
chid.
Miss Sosalie Booth served as
maid of honor and wore an emerald
green taffeta dress with scoop neck-
line, tiny capped sleeves and sweep-
ing ,bustled .skirt. Her headpiece
was a, matching bandeau accented
with a tiny circle veil. She carried
a cascade of yellow mums.
Miss Barbara Ball served as
bridesmaid and wore a gown iden-
tical to th"t of the maid of honor's.
Miss Sandie Mizelle, sister of the
bride served as flower girl. She
was attired in pink slk organza
voeir taffeta. The hemline and
neckline was bordered with pearls.
The headpiece was a circle of pink
taulle, trimmed with pearls. She car-
ried a basket of mixed flowers.
Jim Stewart of Edgewood served.
as besht man andm ushers were Ray


beautifully decorated with the tra-
ditional wedding bells. The bride's
table overlaid with white linen was
cel-tered with a four tiered wed-
ding cake, topped with a -miniature
bride and bridegroom, encircled
with lilies of the valley and flanked
by silver candelabras.
Miss Kathy .Stewart kept the
bride's book which was displayed
at the entrance of the reception
hall.
For the couple's wedding trip,
Mrs. Booth chose a black wool jer-
sey suit with red accessories and
a white orchid corsage.


Many Individuals

May Be Due

S. S. Payments

Many individuals, farmers, share-
croppers, painters, plasterers, brick
layers, carpenters and the like, op-
erating small businesses may be
due Social Security payments, ac-
cording to John V. Carey, District
Manager of the Panama City Social
Security Office. Social Security
bet efits at age 62 are paid at the
full rate for widows, dependent wi-
dowers and dependent parents.
While retirement benefits to oth-
er beneficiaries, at age 62, are re-
duced, operators of small business-
es or people working part time will
be ahead financially by taking the
reduced benefit. If the Individual's
earnings do not go over $1200, he
will be ahead for 15 yaers by filing
for the benefit as soon as possible,
and, he will gain some benefits
even though his earnings are over
$1200. Many small business opera-
tors, and many working part time,
inbn't have earnings of over $1200.
This is the time of year when peo-


Grovet utandy Duncan and Melvin ple begin getting their records rea-
Bartt,- d D Bdooth served as ing, dy to prepare their tax returns If
bearer. .profit from self-employment plus
The .bride's mother chose a light salary from working.does 'not go
'O ver $1200 fro the tax year 1961,
any individual age 62 and over
Increases Giving should contact his nearest Social
Security office. Benefits have been
The Chucrh of the Nazarene in- payable to women at 'age 62 since
creased its per capital giving to $144 ,November 1956, and to men age 62
in 1961-a denominational record. Since August 1961.
The increase was nearly $2.00 a, Operators of small businesses
-person over the preceding year who have failed to file self-em-
when the denomination ranked ployment tax returns are permit-
first-in, the nation in per capital ted to go back and make delinquent,
giving among Protestant churches returns for all tax years after 1957
with.100,000 or more members, 'for which their net profit was $400
..GLving for all purposes in 1961 or more. (Farm operators, share-
climbed, to a record $47,122,000, an Icioppers, and landlords, who ma-
increase .of $1,722,222. The total terially participate in the farm op-
was. $45,350,000 in 1960. Aeration with the tenant, may show
The annual, statistical report by $400 self-employment credit if at
Dr. S. T.Ludwig, Kansas City, -Mo., least $600 worth of farm products
general secretary, showed the were sold each year-this method
membership increased to 326,870. of figuring profit for Social Secur-
:This was a net gain of 8,732, a gain Iity self-employment purposes is
of 2.6 .per cent which was some available to the farm self-employed
higher than the preceding year. only.) If such delinquent tax re-
Dr. Ludwig said that another 55.- turns are in connection with a So-
000 Nazarenes in foreign lands gave cial Security claim, the individual
'the church a total world member- must submit the records used to
ship of 382,000. prepare the tax return as well as,
The denomination, which stands a copy of the tax return and proof
for scriptural holiness in the Wes- of the tax .payment. Accountants
leyan tradition, started 35 new 'and others who prepare tax returns
churches during the year for a are reminded that such delinquent
total of 4,775 on January 1, 1962. tax returns must be based on re-
Gains in enrollment also were re- cords, and that these records are
corded in 1961 by the Sunday subject to investigation.
School, Foreign Missionary Socie- Under the Social Security sys-
ty and Daily Vacation Bible ter every attempt is .made to in-
School. sure that individuals file claims for
New Nazarene work was started benefits when payments can be
in the Republic of Panama in, 1961. made. Further, an individual age 65
At year-end, the denomination has or over who is still working full
more than 500 full-time missionar- time or running a business is en-
les in 43 world areas. courage to file his claim even
-Special 'offerings for world mis- though no payments can be made.
sions at Thanksgiving and Easter This policy highlights the differ-
each exceeded $1,000,000. The Eas- ence between Social Security pay-
ter offering of $1,195,000 was a de- 'ments and payments under the wel-
nominational record. are program. Individuals pay for


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All you need to make economical gifts and sweet-eating
treats, to serve during tho .holiday season, are a pinch of
imagination and this delightful fudge recipe developed by
Carnation Company's home economists. It takes minutes to
whip-up a batch of this sati -smooth textured fudge, thanks to
extra creamy, better-blending evaporated milk.
Decorated with "Wild We-t" or Animal cookies, the candy is
a fine idea for children. Lo.'.d the fudge into trucks, buses, cars
or boats, for the sinall-fry on your list. Cut into squares and
garnished with cherries or nuts, the confection can be arranged
in pretty candy jars for your friends.
FIVE IPXNUTE FUDGE
(Makes z out 2 pounds)
2/3 cup (small can) undiluted I-% cups semi-sweet chocolate
evaporated milk pieces
1-2/3 cups sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla
... teaspoon salt 16 Wild West cookies or
I1-% cups (16 medium) diced Animal cookies
marshmallows
Mix evaporated milk, sugar and salt in saucepan over low
heat. Heat; to boiling, then cook 5 minutes, stirring constantly.
Remove from heat. Add marshmallows, chocolate pieces and
vanilla. Stir 1-2 minutes (until marshmallows melt). Pour into
buttered 9-inch square pan. Press cookies or crackers. ;nr, fhirlo


their Social Security benefit rights free informational material that
and are encouraged to claim their will help you determine what So-
benefits when due. cial Security may mean to you. This
Every Social Security office has information is important to people


sBodial :oeuituty .for ,-reteiit or
dsiability and for survi-Vori, would
help WOrking ,people in planning
'the financial security they want for
themselves 'and their families. Such.
things as private life insurance, in-
vestments, savings, home owner-
ship 'and the like, will have an ef-
fect on the financial security in
each individual case.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Harri-
son Avenue, Panama City, tele-
phone POplar 3-5331.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to O6ur many friends and
also Dr. Wayne Itendrix, for their
help and kindness during the ill-
ness and death of our beloved mo-
ther. Thanks, a million for the
beautiful flowers and maay God
bless each and every one of you.
Mr. andMirs.: Luther B. Christmas
E. H. Pridgeon.
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Women hold approximately 40
per cent of the drivers! licenses
Issued in the United .States.


THE .STAR


Citizens of Port St. Joe for

your wonderful response to

our several projects throughI

out the past year. We have

carried out many civic pro-

jects during 1962 with ov-

erwhelming response from
you. We appreciate it. We

will strive to put forth ex-

tra effort this year in order

to make our community an

even better place in which

to live. As an organization

we would like to wish each

of you a happy and prosper-


ous new year.



PORT ST. JOE


itsU


Basil McKnight
Jim Powell
Hulon Mitchell
Cary Godwin
Ferrell Allen, Jr.
Wesley R. Ramsey
Jake Koller
Ralph Moss
Ralph Swatts
Marion Parker
Tom Ford


Dave May
Jimmy Costin
Frank Pate
Joe Stevens
Bernard Pridgeon, Jr.
Tommy Pridgeon
James Guilford
Bob Freeman
Dick Lamberson
Grover Holland
R. H. Ellzey


Joe Parrott
Don Grossman
Te1l Cannon
W. Whitfield Barrier
Aaron Cooley
Ashley Costin
John Howard .
Conrad ,Wiiams
Harry Tison
Charles Norton


$2.20 PER EXTRA YEAR OF LIFE
The average family today spends about $222 a year
more for prescriptions than it did in 1929. Largely
because of the wonder drugs in those prescriptions,
you can expect 10 more years of life than you could
in 1929. This means that the typical family pays
about $2.20 for each extra year of life expectancy.
That's why we say .
Two Parking Spaces. Reserved for our Prescription
Customers at our Back Door

SMITH'S PHARMACY
Phone 227-5111


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