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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: September 26, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahooch.. Vaevy"


TWENTY.SEVENTH YEAR PORT St. JOE, FLOP DA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963 NUMBER 2
/


Sharks Drop Opener; Travel


To Marianna For League Tilt


Telephone Workers Get Union Charter


At a special meeting held last
Thursday, Roy Armstrong (left)
North Florida Director of the
Communications W o r k ers. .of
America, presented the local un-
ion charter to newly organized
Local 3171.
*^ *^


Accepting the charter is Mrs.
Culen McDougald, president and
Mrs. Dorothy White (right) vive-
president of the local.
Membership will consist of the
telephone operators of the St.'
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company. (' photo)

*f *


Shark Boosters Name Officers; Will

lHve Breakfast Meeting Friday Morning


The Port St. Joe Shark Boosters
will have a breakfast meeting Fri-
day morning in the upstairs din-
ing room of the Motel St. Joe.
The program will begin at 6:30
a.m., with breakfast to be served
at 7:00. A movie will be shown.
New officers selected for the
Shark Boosters for this year are:
Jake Mouchette, president; Bill
Simmons, vice-president; Don Par-
ker, treasurer and Robert Nedley,
secretary. Directors are: Julian Wi-
ley, Harry Babbit, Bob Vervaeke,
John White, Wayne Saunders, Mer-
rill Sherrill and Bob Ellzey.
There will be three more direc-
tors elected Friday morning.
The Boosters are having Friday
morning meetings for breakfast in
an attempt to better accommodate
the members because of busy night
schedules during this time of year.
Coach Bob Brown will explain
the Shark defense and attack and


what he hopes to accomplish each
Friday night.


W. C. Forehand is
98 Years Old Today
Port St. Joe's oldest citizen,
W. C. Forehand, has reached the
ripe old age of 98 today.
Sunday, Mr. Forehand will be
honored at a dinner at the home
of his son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
V. Forehand, in Highland View,
at which time he will be honored
by his family.
Although Mr. Forehand is
knocking on the door of 100, he
still gets around good, drives his
own car, still works every day
and carries on his business op-
erations.
He is not an old general .
neither is he fading away.


I


Port St. Joe Head Coach Bobby
Brown was the guest speaker to
the Rotary Club last Thursday.
-Coach Brown stated that his pro-
gram was extremely short on 9th
and 10th grade candidates, but
that additional boys were coming
out in the football program from
these grades every day. "These
boys are our future team, and we
need them", Brown said.
Brown said that before the sea-
son is over, he hopes to field a "B"
squad and secure games for them
to play.
As for the season ahead, Brown
predicted a good season. "We have
a tough schedule", he said, "but
we are planning on a good season".
He said the Sharks were strong on
defense but the offense would be
a bit spotty, "until we get more
experience, and the boys make up
'heir mind to 'go' ".
As for the Apalachicola game,
cown predicted that it would be
)ugh because of Apalachicola's
,peed. He predicted that the Sharks
would win last Friday night if it
rained so Apalach's speedy backs
would'be slowed down.
Well, it didn't rain, so we didn't
win but it was a good game
anyway.
Guests of the club were Bob Rice
of Rockport, Texas and Byron Mc-
Kissack of Carrabelle.


PTA School of

Instruction Set
A PTA School of Instruction will
be held in the cafeteria of the
Port St. Joe High School from 6:00
to 10:00 p.m. Monday, September
30. This school is for all PTA mem
bers in Gulf and Franklin counties.
The' school is especially being pro-
v'ded for the benefit of all.PTA
officers.
Participating in the program
will be Mrs. Hinton F. Bevis 'of
Tallahassee, state PTA publicity
chairman; Mrs. Robert McMinn of
Panama City, state study discussion
group chairman and Mrs. L. J.
Devereaux of Panama City, presi-
dent of District I, PTA.

Junior Bowling League
Meeting Saturday
All young people interested in
forming a junior bowling league
are asked to meet Saturday at
9:00 a.m. at the St. Joe Bowling
Lanes for an organizational meet-
ing.
Games that morning will be 35c
for youths 7 through 18 years of
age.


Apalach Edges

By Sharks 6-0

With what Was probably their
best out of town following of local
fans in history, the Port St. Joe
Sharks, under the leadership of
their new head' coach, Bobby
Brown, lost their 1963 grid opener
in Apalachicola Friday night 6-0.
The score is indicative of the
type game watched by an estimat-
ed 3,000 fans. It was tit for tat right
down to the final minute.
The two teams were. Very evenly
matched with the Sharks display,
ing a very good defense and a
sputtering offense.. The Chapman
team featured a gdod running at-
tack. Fumbles and' poor pass re-
ception probably cost the Sharks a
victory. St. Joe lost four fumbles:
and quarterback Al Cathey. wds
able to connect with only four of
his 13 passes. Cathey did an ex-
cellent job with his passes but his
receiver just couldn't hang' on to
the .ball.
The game was a seesaw battle
during the first half atid finally
the Chapman team produced the
game winning tally late in the
third quarter on ah, 1il yard dash
by the fIullback Mitchell branltey.,
The Sharks got a couple of good
drives going in the fourth prio4
but they were stymied by. fIm.
bles.
Jimmy Goodman played out-
standing defensive ball and also
snagged a couple of passes fot nice
gains. Also playing good defensive
ball were Paul Robbins, Bill Ver-
vaeke, Rodney Herring, David Dick-
ey, Chrlie -Zimmermain, Norton
Kilbourn and Jimmy Galne.
Tomorrow night, "th'lik i--'

game ytix, the tough 'IBuftdogs:-
vel to Marianader a confereite
Mariaxea opened their-season lat
week -with a decisive win over Ru-
therford and are the -only team iiW
the conference-:expected to give
Milton anysoxt of! a challenge for
the conference- championship.
The game will begin at 8:30
p.m., Port St. Joe timR .
STHE Y4RDSTICK -':
St. Joe Apalach
4 o- First Downs _-_-. 7
119 -- Yds. Rushing ---- 136
50 Yds., Pas Ang--.-.. 26
4-13-- Passes Comp. 2-5
2 -___ Had Intercepted 0
4 Fumbles Lost--....--- 2
55 __ Yds. Penalized -- 25


Jaycees Name Project
Chairmen for Year
Port St. Joe Jaycees m6et for,
their regular meeting Tuesday,
September 25, at 8:00 p.m. .at City
Hall.
Projects for the balance of 1963
were discussed with the following
committee chairmen being appoint-
ed: Jim Costin, Hallowe'en Candy
Sale; Jim Harrison, Bicycle Rodeo;
Wade Barrier, Toys for Tots; John
Howard, Christmas Tree Sale and
Jake Koller, Christmas Parade. Col-'
lection of old ioys for Christmas
baskets will begin soon.
Clyde Sands, President of the
Panama City Jaycees and a delega-
tion from this club were guests at
the Tuesday meeting. Clyde pre-
sented an interesting talk on the.
State Winter Co0nference to be held-,
in Panama City ini February, 1964.
Wayne Gay and Harry Herring-
ton were welcomed as new mem-
bers.

High SchoodPTA Will
Have First Meeting Tonight
The first meeting of the Port
St.Joe High, School PTA will be
held tonight at 8:00 p.m. at the
High School Auditorium.
Mrs. W. D. Jones, membership
chairman, will have a table set up
and membership cards Sill go on
sale at 7:30 p.m. Working with Mrs.
Jones on the membership commit-
tee will be, .rrs. Dave Maddox, Mrs.
Leo Shealy, Mrn. Leonard Beliti,
Mrs. E. L. "Antley, Mi, Tom Par-
ker, Jr., and Mrs.': C. Hammond,
The PTA extends a cordial invi-
tation to every parent to join the
association. The Port St. Joe High
School and its students need your
support. ..


"Citizens for Sunday School" cru-
sade. -The Pentecostal Holiness
Church f Port St. Joe, located on
Garrison: and 20th St., is engaged Dt Rt
from September 29 to October 27
in this Sunday school membership
enrollment and attendance-build-
ing program. n Florida Highwa
During the "Citizens for Sunday


School" campaign, Rev. Jack Car-
ter, pastor of the local church,
says his Sunday school will work
to enroll 150 new members.
-The church will observe National
Sunday School Week, September
29 to October 6.
An outstanding feature of the
week will be a Bible reading relay
in the church each morning before
school, 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. conducted
by the youth of the church. Theme
of this activity is "Bible Reading
Is Not Banned In The Church".
Jerry Wynn, student at Port St.
Joe High School, is chairman of
this Bible reading relay, and in-
vites all school-age people and
adults to take part in these daily
activities.
October 6, Rally Day, the Pente-
costal Holiness Sunday school is
calling upon "all good citizens to
be good Sunday school citizens and
rally to the Sunday school." Oc-
tober 13, the Sunday school will
observe "littlest citizens day", Oc-
'tober 20, "longest citizens day",
and October 27, "newest citizens
day."
. Harold Presley, superintendent
of the Pentecostal Holiness Sunday
School, invites all citizens to take
part in the activities planned by
the church in its "citizens for Sun-
day school" campaign.

Cancer Society

To Meet Tonight
The Gulf County Chapter of
the American Cancer Society will
meet tonight at the St. James
Episcopal Parish House at 7:30
:,p.m, instead of 8:00 p.m. as was
a, nounced last week.
This will be a very short
meeting and with the time
change, will allow those wishing
to attend the High School PTA
to -do so,


Increase


tys


TALLAHASSEE-Only two of
Kiwanis Club Told of State Program the state's 67 counties passed the
first eight months of the year
without a traffic fatality. They
To Provide Medical Care for Aged were Holmes and Union.
The Florida Highway Patrol re-
Remus Cook, with the State Trea- ported at that time that the num
CountV Board surer and Insurance Commission ber of highway deaths on a state-
y was the guest speaker for the Ki- wide basis totaled 921, or a plus
N ls To Name wanis Club Tuesday at noon. 38 for the year compared with the
F llS To nIame Cook told the Club about Flor- first eight months of 1962.
idea's plans and activities for pro-
.Landig Sites viding health insurance for those One hundred and twenty-five per-
over 65. ."This insurance is need- sons were killed in traffic in the
The County. Board sidestepped ed in Florida", he said, "since we following counties during the
an issue that has dealt them much have over 600,000 in Florida over month of August, the Patrol said:
misery in the past, Tuesday night, age 65 and 2,000 more coming to Citrus, Dixie, Flagler, Gadsden,
The Game and Fresh Water Florida every week". Gulf, Hamilton, Jackson, Lafayette,
Fishh iCommission had asked themt Putnam, St. Lucie and Washington
Fish Commission had lasted em Florida is the first state to un- one each.
to name locations for construction ertake this program which is the
of two or three public boat land- private enterprise answer to Presi- Alachua, Columbia, Lake, Leon,
ings in Gulf County. dent Kennedy's medicare prgoram. Manatee, Okaloosa, Pinellas and
The Board, not wishing to get The state has persuaded private Seminole two each.
involved in public facilities versus companies to provide special health Hillsborough, Marion, Monroe,
private business, approach the insurance for those over 65, even Santa Rosa and Sarasota three
State Road Department concerning some without physical examina- each.
the use of roadside property for tions. Others and the number for each
landings. The SRD reported that Cook said the program was ad- county: Brevard, six; Broward,
all the Game Commission needed mittedly experimental, but as yet five; Clay ,eight; Dade, 14; Duval,
to do was ask for the landings and it wasn't costing the companies 11; Escambia, four; Hernando, sev-
they would be built. money to provide the coverage. He en; Orange, eight; Palm Beach,
The Board finally decided to no. admitted the premiums were high- five; Pasco, five; Polk, four and
tify the Game Commission that er than ordinary health insurance Volusia, six.
they would leave the building of but in many cases children of the The Patrol is engaged in an in-
free public landings up to the dis- senior citizens were paying the tensified effort to reduce highway
creation of the Commission and the premiums. deaths and injury in a program
SRD. called "Operation Trackdown" and
SInformation on the program can has asked for the assistance of all
be obtained from the Panama City enforcement agencies.
SJ office of the State Treasurer and "The fall and winter months are
County Gets Ro Insurance Commission. among the year's most dangerous,"
Guests of the club were Al Ca- said Patrol Comdr. H. N. Kirkman,
0oney Statement they and Rex Buzzett from the "and we urge everyone to go all
Key Club, Jim Packer, Pensacola, out in an effort to hold the line
The County Commission was pro- Roy Dowling of Panama City and on highway crashes by using safe
sented with a statement from the A1 Bowman of Port St. Joe. driving practices as their weapon."
State Road Department Tuesday -
night, giving the amount of mon- 000 for maintenance and $70,000 ATTEND FUNERAL
ey the county could use for sec- for bond payments taken from its Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper at-
ondary road construction next year. secondary road funds. This figure tended the funeral of Mrs. Emma
According to the statement, some will be probably about the same Chason Monday afternoon in Pel-
$214,436.60 will be available, this year, leaving $110,436.60 avail- ham, Georgia. Mrs. Chason was
Last year the county had $34,- able for construction. Mrs. Cooper's sister.


PER COPY
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MONEY TALKS-4.Lt keep
It where we can spl>k with It
once In a while-1rd* with
your home toew merhantal


Coach Bob Brown Cites Lack of

Freshmen, Sophomores In Program


ti


WilliamrR, TapperAt., A I.
Named to Serve County Attorney Asks

On Export Council .
Appointment of 21 prominent
Florida citizens to serve as mem-
bers of the North Central Florida
Regional Export Expansion Coun- im
cil was announced in a statement
issued by William T. Hunt, Direc-
tor of the Jacksonville Field Office a *
of the U. S. Department of Comrn- Majority of Commission Expresses
merce and who also serves as Ex- C OUnty To BUild
ocutive Secretary of the Council. Desire to BrW ig Question To Vote _w y Over
The appointments were made by Wal W k ay Over
Secretary of Commerce Luther H.
eHodgetary of Commerce Luther H. Attorney J. Donelson- Jones, rep- the County Board that he certainly a
resenting the "Committee for Relo- had personal sentiments toward V A e. Bridge
Among the new members added cation of the County Seat" in Gulf moving the county seat. "However",
to the Council to serve during the County,- presented, a letter to the he said, "I do not intend to let
current fiscal year is William R. Gulf County Commission Tuesday, my personal sentiment enter this The County Commission voted to
Tapper of Tapper and Company, telling the board that proof of the case. I will advise you to the best gor ahead immediately with con-
Port St. Joe. validity of 4 petitioni presented of my knowledge, so that when the bridge across Patton's Bayon be-
The overall ob of them had been supplied. matter is settled, it will be sett- tween 18th and 19th Streets on
The overall objective of the The petition, presented on Au- led." Long Avenue.
Council'is to work .with the busi- gust 27 wad signed by Si7 tak-pay- Gaskin apprised the Board of Long Avenue.
ness firms in this area toward in- ing electors ii Gulf -County re- the costly litigation being borne by Commissioner Leo K e n n edy
creasing the sale of Florida pro. questing -the County Board to hold Volusia County on just such a mat- pointed out the need for such a
duced services and goods overseas, a referendum to let the people de- ter, due to inadequate or incorrect bridge at the last meeting of the
Various programs have been or- cide whether dr not they -desired advice concerning the law of pro- Board, to school children walking
ganized to help obtain this goal, to move the county seat of Gulf cedures in such cases., to and from the elementary and
including export trade seminars County. Gaskin again went to some high school, both of which are on
and workshops held in Jackson- County, attornfdy avid Carl Gas--length to explain to the Board Long Avenue. Kennedy said that
ville, Tampa, Pensacola, with oth- kin asked lor time to ednsider the what their duties were: "Your du- the area was dangerous and asked
er- scheduled this fall, including petition before he advised the ties", he said, "are. .. after check- for the bridge.
one in Orlando. County Board on what their next ing for number of petitioners cor-
The first meeting of the Council move was to retly signing the petition you Board Engineer Max Kilbourn
t its recstied members At the last meeting er the Board, must call an election if the pet- approached the State Road Board
with its,' reconstituted meorOomber siSeptember 10,. Gaskin was absent, tion is in order. If not, you mi abou t the bridge, but they said
Thas been called for October 3 in but he had sent a .I to the deny the election" hey would need resolutions, and
Taaassee. gBoard. via Clerk Geor g Core, Gaskin again- asked for more such'in order to build the bridge'
stating that he was 1iting or time to study Tuesday's letter from and that this would take too much,
Sunday School Drive proof that the petition was valid Jones and Jones.-and the petition to time. The SRD suggested that the
yL- Peteos I from the petitioners, before acting see if the law regarding such pe- county build the bridge and call on
Set by Pentecostal on advising the board. titions had been me them. for some other project. The
T Tuesday night of this week, the Gaskin stated 'thaf~ ~hfhad heard SRD is forwarding permission to
The National Sunday School As- letter from Jones stated thAtt the letter for the ')St time that use the right of way of Long Ave-
sociation, which represents more petition, in the. manner in which night (Tuesday) anq. needed time nue to construct the bridge.
han 200 Evangelical denomina it was presented on August 27 was to 'study it and the law before ad- Construction is due to begin im-
.ons in the United States and Can- carried- out according, to aw and vising the County Board if the pe- mediately to build a cement bridge
ada, is currently in a crusade the next move, by law, was up to tition requirements had' been met. with substantial side guardrails to
cown as "Citizens for Sunday the County Commissioners, which "I don't want to be dilatory in keep children from falling into the
school Governor Mark Hatfield, move would be to calbthe election, this matter, bit I also do not want canal while crossing.
f Oregon, is chairman of the pro- Accompanying the letter was an to be Arong", said Gank. For this
gram. The gal of the crusa e is affidavit testifying that signatures reason e said he was. asking for (his opinion) could not be attacked
o enroll five million l re people n the petition were the same as time to study the paper.- He prom- later.
n unday Scnool by 1965. those appearing, on the tax rol 'Ised the Board an opinion by the Commissioners James McDaniel,
'The Pentecostal Holiness Church :and voter registration lists of the end of this week. A. J. Strickland and Leo Kennedy
s a member, of National Sunday county. Gaskin said that he didn't want all expressed a desire to have the
School Association. The denomina. Gaskin's statementt any errors on his part, and was election and decide the question
ion has correlated its fall attend- Attorney Gaskin then went into concerned with giving the correct of moving the county seat one way
mnce-building program with NSSA's an address in which he informed opinion on the matter so that it or another.















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BOWLING


INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
The Chemists from the Labora-
tory poured the acid on the Paper
Mill to the tune of 3 to 1. The
Pulp: Mill escaped from the cellar
and put Maintenance in last place
by taking three from them. Me-
ter Department moved atop the
standing by. clobbering the Mill-
wrights 4 toO.
Goober Dunlap at 530, J. C. Mc-
Ardle at .501 and not to mention
Tommy Parker at 470 were just
too much for Tom Thornton and
company:of Paper Mill.
Ralph Moss set .the pace at 531
for Paper and Tom Thornton fol-,
lowed at 501. Beyond this however
there just wasn't much bowling
going on.
Dick Sweitzer set a cool pace of
482 and Lamar Moore's 471 helped
-Pulp Mill shade Maintenance.
Daryl Collier's 516 showed the
way for Maintenance and Rod Jen-
sen with a 485 came in second.
The- Millwrights took Mainten-
ance last week but had to bite the
dust this week at the hands of
Robert Whittle and his Meter De-
partment mates. Robert set the
pace for Meter Department at 474.
His teammates followed closely be-
hind as none were under 445.
The best the Millwrights could
do was a 438 by Barney McCroan.
Standings W L
Meter Department --- ----9 3
Laboratory 8 4
Millwrights 6 6
Paper Mill 6 6
Pulp Mill 4 8
Maintenance 3 9
LADIES COFFEE' LEAGUE
The Ladies Coffee League start-
ed off their winter season Thurs-
day morning with six teams parti-
cipating. There was such a large
turn out that the girls have high
hopes of getting upl two more
teams. However, they still need sev-
eral more girls to fill out the
eighth team. So if any of you la-
dies are interested, contact the
Lanes, telephone 229-3781 and we
will give you more detail% on
this.
The girls that bowled for Ami-
sons of Apalachicola split two with
team four. Lois Smith shot three
very good games of 138, 159, 158
for a 455 series. Doris Amisoni was
ne1t- high bowler Jfor Amison's
with a 377 series. Norma Zeigler
captain of team four shot a 112,
109, 123 for a 344 series. The rest
of her team were right behind her
in their scoring.
Taylor's Seafood Grill team won


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N S W I Mrs. Delores COX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fth. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963
r W | e I BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT CARD OF THANKS
Hosts Eta Upsilon Sgt. and Mrs. Dennis M. Williams The family of Rev. W. A. Od-
three points from team two. Ann of Bamburg, Germany, announce om would like to take this oppor-
three points from team two. Ann A meeting was held Thursday the birth of a son, Dennis Marion, tunity to thank each and everyone
Whittle shot a 369 series and Lu- evening by members of Eta Upsi. Jr. ,born Sept. 16 and weighing 9 for their kindness, thoughtfulness,
ille Pierce new bowler T his year M lon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in lbs., 5 oz. Sgt. Williams is the son and extension of sympathy during
ry Brown had a 420 and Aline Ab- th home. of Mrs. Delores Cox. of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Williams the recent loss of our loved one,
ram's 330 for team two. planss were made for a trip to of Port St. Joe. Rev. W. A. Odom.
Pensacola to the bi-yearly meeting +
Jitney Jungle took three from of the Gulf Area Council of which Birth Announcement
team five with Evelyn Smith shoot- this chapter is a member. Fleven Mr. and Mrs. Guerry Melton an- USE THE WANT ADS
ing three games of 131, 125, 120 of the 17 members will be attend- nounce the birth of a son, Brian
for the winners. Ruth Ramsey help- ing this meeting. Guerry at Tallahassee Memorial
ed her team by knocking down The group voted on the "sweet- Hospital, September 19.
353 pins as did Jean Stebel with heart" of the 63-64 year Tuesday CARD OF THANKS
her 361 series. CARD OF THANKS
night. Mrs. June Gay was the To all my friends and neighbors, .
Team Five captain Sally White, lucky girl to receive this title and for all their many acts of kindness '
shot a 360 series. Gloria Morgan she will be crowned on Valentine's during my recent hospital con-
had a 377 and Dot Swan a 339 for Day at which time a banquet will finement, I wish to send my deep-
the losers. According to these be held in her honor. Her picture est appreciation. The prayers, vis-
scores, these two teams were close- will be sent to the international its, flowers, cards and many gifts
ly matched and only lost out by office along with thousands of oth- were gratefully received and cov-
movie actor chooses who will be could not have made it without
"Beta Sigma Phi Sweetheart". you. May God bless you all.
School Lunch Mrs. Virginia Cannon gave a very Sincerely, l
interesting talk entitled "Self Ana- MARY PARKER I
Room Menus lysis", after which a social time
followed. D be T
Port St. Joe Elementary School Mrs. Dot Pippin will be hostess llBoa y TO W To
Monday, September 30 for the next meeting and Mrs. De- PI Tea
Coin beef hash (with potatoes lores Cox will lead the culture pro- alay e01m
and onions), frozen green butter gram.
beans, spiced beets, fruit cup (or- Wewa's Baby Gators play Drum-
anges, coconut, bananas and rai WHITE CITY VOLUNTEER mond Park's Yellow Jackets in a
sins), white bread and butter and FD AUXILIARY MEETS midget football game Saturday
milk. The White City Volunteer Fire night at 7:00 p.m., CST.
Last week .Wewa defeated the
Tuesday, October 1 Department Ladies' Auxiliary met Calloway team 21-0.
Pig in blanket, green field peasSeptember 18 at 10:00 a.m. in the The Baby Gators invite everyone '
Pg in blanket, green fied peas home of Mrs. Roxie Gordon.
with snaps, sliced tomatoes, ehoco- After a short business meeting to attend their games to see them
late cream pie. the club was dismissed by prayer perform.
Wednesday, October 2 by Mrs. Eunice Daniels. A covered
Chicken with spaghetti, snap dish dinner was enjoyed by all. SUPPORT THE SHARKS
beans, cabbage and carrot slaw, All members are urged to attend
jelled applesauce salad, school the next meeting, October 2. Host-
baked biscuit, butter and milk. ess for this meeting will be Mrs. Nationally Advertised
Thursday, October 3 Eunice Daniels.
Hamburger pie with biscuit top- Eunice Daniels. Manhattan IRLS
ping, buttered spinach, lettuce and
tomato salad, peanut butter and Two Receive 50 S HI H R T S GI
honey candy, white bread, butter V IN Y L
and milk. Year Mason 'Pins Nationally Advertised
STear Mason Pins curlee
Port St. Joe High School JACKETS
Monday, September 30 Richard Hill McIntosh and W. C. S UI T S
Meat pie with vegetables, biscuit Forehand of Port St. Joe were
topping, buttered broccoli, raisin awarded 50 year service pins at a Men's McGregor $5 Value
salad, sliced tomato, carrot, pine- regular meeting of Port St. Joe Special Buy at
apple, cake, milk, bread and butter. Lodge No. 111, F. & A. M., Thurs- JACKETS
Tuesday, October 1 day night, September. 19. The pre- 99
Lasagna noodles ,butter cabbage, sentations were made by Ben C.
harvard beets, corn bread, fruited W1l1iams. W
Jello, cake, milk, bread and butter. Both Forehand and McIntosh are They Los
Wednesday, October 2 Master, Masons. Forehand was ele- Perf et for ock-to-
Meat loaf, catsup, rice, gravy, vated to 'this degree in the Platt- Shool. Soft leather like
cole slaw, dessert fruit, cookie, ville, Wisconsin Lodge Number 2 yhol.Easy to clean,
hot rolls, butter, milk and bread. in 19C8. McIntosh received h Mas- jusVinyl.t spone off Rich r e a n,
Thursday, October 3 ter's Degree in 1913 at Lodg3 No Men and Boys Wear Dn lining. Blue, beige or
Chili dog on buns, buttered corn, 384 inBirmingham, Ala. Outttera for Dada and Lad mint in sizes 7 to 14.
tossed green salad, apple cobbler, Williams awarded Mc'ntosh's Otttta or and a mint in sizes 7 to 14.
milk, bread and butter. pin on behalf of the Grand Lodge
of Alabama. Forehand's pin Ws
from Florida's Grand Lodge.
Worshipful Master Robert Crea.- Opening Times
S .m.ier of the Port St. Joe Lodge corn- S Sat. 12:45 p.m.
n .n mnd that this was a distinct and Sun. 2:45 p.m.
unusual honor for the local Lodge. Mon.-Fri ............ ------4:45 p.m.
Leaves for College THURSDAY
Miss Kay Creech left this week
for Asbury, N. C., to resume her
for at TAsbur y N Core he. 1 First winner of Photoplay's Front-Cover Award for showcasing new talent.
S studies at Asbuty College.











THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Willlams Avenue, Port St. Joe Florl
By The Star Publlahing Company
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 197, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
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advertisement.


CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tfc
FOR RENT: One bedroom and pri-
vate bath. 528, corner of Sixth
St. and Woodward Ave. 2tp-9-19
FOR RENT: 2wo furnished apart-
ments. Phone 227-5426, John
Scott. tfc-9-19
FOR RENT: House with business
space attached, furnished or un-
furnished. Ph. 229-1361. tfc-9-19
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house,
corner Tenth Street and Long
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren.
Phone 227-5471. tfc-6-13
FOR RENT: Traller space in Oak
Grove. Sewer and water. $14.00
month. Phone L. C. Davis, 227-7059.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-


ment for couple only at 1621
Monument Ave. Phone 227-7641. tf
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot-
tages, furnished on 9th St. Also
2 bedroom unfurnished apt. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfc
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, 114 Monument Ave.
Call 227-7816. tfc-7-18
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call 227-7636 after 5&00 p.m. Ar-
nold Daniell. tfe-9-12
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
One block from town. Mrs.
Charles Browne, 305 6th St. tfc-26
FOR RENT: Furnished garage apt.
$55.00 per mo. No utilities paid.
At 1015 Monument Ave. Call 227-
7396, B. C. Gaillard, 1009 Monu-
ment Ave. tfc-9-26


FOR SALE: Used Westinghouse re-
frigerator with good size freez-
ing compartment. In good running
condition. Asking $40.00. See at
305 13th St. Cecil Pettis. Also like
new play pen and pad. Asking
$10.00. ltp
FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home,
90 ft .frontage, chain link fence,
deep well. For sale or trade, See
at 309 Duval St., or call 227-
5213. 2tc-9-19
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house
106 Hunter St., Oak Grove. Con-
tact owner at 506 9th St., Port St.
Joe or call 2274106. 4tp-9-19
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house.
1308 Long Ave., with garage and
large utility room. Call or contact
Grady Player after 5:00 p.m. 227-
3636. tfe-9-19
FOR SALE: Mobile home, 1958
44x10 Great Lakes with washer.
Can be bought with or without air
conditioner and 25' aluminum awn-
ing. See Mrs. 0. M. Taylor or phone
229-1866. 2tp-9-19
FOR SALE: 1961 Mercury "500"
50 hp fully electric outboard
motor. Runabout boat. Eezy trailer.
Phone 227-3626. John Williams, 607
Garrison Ave. tfc-9-12
FOR SALE
2.84 acres on Wetapo Creek, $1,-
500.00.
3 bedroom, 2 bath house, 808
16th Street.
3 bedroom, 2 bath house, 101 Al-
len Memorial Way.
For more information on these
and other listings call Mrs. Jean
Arnold.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
E. T. Pridgeon, Real Estate Broker
301 Third St, Ph. 229.3201
Beacon Hill Office Phone 648-4238
FOR SALE: Eight room house. Ov-


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FOR SALE: Boat, motor and trailer
$200.00. See across street from
White City Baptist Church Itp
FOR SALE by owner. 3 bedroom
house, $500 down total cash. $72
mo pmt. See by appointment. Ph.
229-2338. tfc-9-26
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1305
Woodward Ave. FHA approved.
Phone 227-7396. B. C. Gaillard,
1009 Monument Ave.
FOR SALE: 25' boat hull with new
cabin. Make me an offer. Red
Carter, St. Joe Beach. ltc
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, liv-
ing room with fireplace, dining
room, kitchen with large breakfast
room, utility room, venetian blinds,
gas tank. One block from school
Call SUnset 5-8157, Panama City.
FOR SALE or RENT: Furnished 2
bedroom brick home and small
apartment, 1301 Long Ave., $11,000
Phone 648-4128. Mira.


OPENING FOR RAWLEIGH DEA-
LER in Gulf County or Port St
Joe. Established customers. Can
earn $2.00 to $3.00 hourly and up.
Write Rawleigh, FAI 100-1109,
Memphis, Tenn. 9-26-11-14
FOR SALE
Three bedroom, two baths, living
room, den and double carport on
large lot in excellent neighbor-
hood. Buy owner's equity and as-
sume GI loan for balance,
Three bedroom house with oak
floors. Buy owner's equity for $350
and assume FHA mortgage for bal-
ance.
We have three bedroom houses
on Marvin and Long Avenue that
can be financed through FHA.
FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone 227-3491
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom home, 2,000
feet floor space. 2 full baths,

F OR S ALE
12 ROOM BOARDING
HOUSE
Located at the corner of
Monument and Sixth St.
$750.00 cash. Building must
be removed from the prem-
ises within ninety days by
the purchaser.


FRAME STORE
BUILDING
30' x 90', with 12 bed-
rooms upstairs, located cor-
ner Reid and Third St. $1,-
000.00 cash. Building must
be removed from the prem-
ises within ninety days by
the purchaser.

See
SILAS R. STONE
or call 227-7161


WARD
ELECTRIC SERVICE
517 First Street
ELECTRIC MOTORS
Rewound and Repaired
COMPLETE PUMP
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NEWSOME
WELDING and
MACHINE WORKS
Tractor Roller Rebuilding
Automatic Welding
Saves TIME and MONEY
Depot St. BIountstown, Fla.
Phone 67448539


large fenced back yard, garage and
utility. Close to school. Well.estab-
lished landscaping. 1027 Long Ave.
Contact Ed Ramsey.
FOR SALE: 1959 LeSabre 4-door
Buick. Walter Dodson, Fla. Na-
tional Bank. tfc-8-15
FOR SALE: 16-ft. Borum runabout
boat and 85 hp Mercury Motor.
Walter Dodson, Fla. National Bank.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011
for quick expert service. tfe
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet-
ing second and fourth Tuesday
nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
Home.
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WANTED: Children to keep in my
home. Day time only. Phone 227-
8282. 2tP-9-19


YOUR "ROAD TO SUCCESS" Do
you have an AVON Representa-
tive calling on you regularly? If
you don't perhaps it is an open ter-
ritory which could offer you an ex-
cellent earning opportunity. Start
now for big Christmas profits. No
experience necessary. Part time.
Write Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Avon
Mgr., P. 0. Box 3345 MSS, Tallahas-
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3366 for
further information or write P. O.
Box 535.


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, L 0.
0. F--Meets second and fourth
Thursday 8:00 pm. in American
Legion HalL All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Danitel)
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
R. A. M--Regular convocation of
St Joseph ChapterNo. 56 RA.
M, 2nd and 4thMondays. A visit
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L Smith, High Priest
Roy L. Burch, Secretayr-


THERE WILL BE a regular coa
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F. & A. M., every first.
and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. .

ROBERT L CREAMER, W. M.
H. L BURGE, Sec.


Social Security

Information,
"Gulf County residents should
file their Social Security claims be-
fore they retire in order to insure
prompt payment of benefits," John
V. Carey, District Manager of the
Panama City Social Security Office
said this week.
Many people of retirement age
do not get their first Social Secur-
ity checks as early as they might.
simply because they waited too
long to apply for their benefits,
Carey pointed out.
Applications may be filed any
time within three months of when
a person wants benefits to start.
Since the average processing time
of a claim is six weeks, Carey ad-
vised people to take advantage of
this early filing and submit their
applications as soon as possible.
Many claims are delayed because
the applicants do not have the
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963


The Tattler
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
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Dear Friends:
Have you noticed the days are
too short? Did you say: "Why such
a foolish qeustion?" It's just be-
cause of the way things are work-
ing these days! Why do I have to
water my three recently planted
shrubs, plus 173 square feet of cen-
tipede sod (just a smidgen of oui
need) by moonlight?
Just can't seem to get to it dur
ing daylight hours! Here it is al-
ready 10 p.m. and I'm just getting
around to emptying the morning
garbage. There's still the daivy pa-
per to read. a favorite TV show
to see! Now, where did tha day
go?
A brief summary would be: Up
at 6 a.m. coffee brewed .


beaches?) Everybody ought to set
up a howl (maybe demonstrate .
no?) We could go on and on but
this is enough griping.
The fact is that many daylight
hours are absorbed by multitudes
of minor problems and difficulties
largely brought about by gadgets,
gadgets and more gadgets, de-
signed to speed things up in this
jet age. Well, things may be sped
up but I'm feeling that human be-
ings are being caught in the whirl.
We still insist more daylight hours
are needed, and an urgent request
is being forwarded to Washington!
Might a swell buck up, smile and
have a light chuckle. Here's one
from M.P.R.: "Puppy love often
turns in to a dog's life" An-


swallowed four cups hurriedly. other one: (quoted) "The reason
a quick bowl of cereal ... vitamin Cupid makes so many bad shots is
B 1 Tried to make an urgent that he is aiming at the heart while
telephone call ... phone out of looking at the hosiery." ,
order Weather a little chilly
Stried to light heater for fchillyst And, this brings us to a closing
time pilot light out. didn't thought, namely: You'll see the
know-how to light rushed to largest and most interesting selec-
telephone to call gas company. tion of hosiery and socks for the
Phone still out! .(What sort of entire family at BOYLES ever. In
contraption is this beach telephone fact, quality at economy prices,
system, anyway? Needed to call a simply amazing. Think of men's
carpenter to fix a window tried banlon stretch, 2 prs. $1.00. Nylbn
phone again. no luck De- and cotton stretch styles in chil-
cided to give up and go to work dren's, 3 prs. $1.00 (infants 4 to
. Went to bathroom to get an 5% to missy 9 to 11). And et cetera
extra set of teeth! A leak had de- et cetera. Yes, friends, you can
veloped in lavatory ... stepped sock yourself at BOYLES with real
in water -.. rushed to telephone knock-but-tvalues. While you're do-
to call plumber had forgotten ing this won't you ask us to mea-
the lousy thing wasn't working sure your feet .. and try on the
(when will telephone service, yes, very best shoe buys in town. Sock-
"service", be available on the ing-ly and shoe-ly yours. -RGB


to establish their eligibility for
benefits, he said. These delays
could be avoided if people would
get in touch with the Social Secur-
ity office ahead of time to find out
what they should bring with them
when they apply for benefits.
Carey stated that a short visit


or phone call to the Social Secur
ity office before the time of filing
can significantly speed up the pro-
cessing time of the application.
The Panama City district office
is located at 1135 Harrison Ave-
nue. The phone number is PO 3-
5331.


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Saturday, Sept. 28
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Sept. 29, 30 and Oct. 1
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Wed., Oct. 2
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Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


Delores Chism

Is Wed To

William L. Bliss
In a beautiful and impressive
double ring candlelight ceremony
Miss Mina Delores Chism and Wil-
liam Lyman Bliss were united in
marriage, Saturday, September 14
at three o'clock in the home of
the bride, 4305 Moffatt Road, Mo-
bile, Ala.
Th ebride is the daughter of
Mrs. William Rush Chism and the
late Mr. Chism. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Box of Mobile, Ala.
The Reverend Robert Norman
performed the ceremony. Mrs. .Wil-
liam Heath, organist, presented a
medley of wedding music and ac-.
companied William Heath as he
sang, "Walk Hand in Hand" by
John Cowell; "Jesus Stand Beside
Them" Austin Lovelace and "The
Wedding Prayer" by Dunlap. The
traditional wedding marches were
played.
The rooms were artistically dec-
orated with two pedestals holding
urns of greenery. The vows were
exchanged before a background of
greenery enhanced with two floor
baskets filled with white gladioli
and fugi mums flanked with two
seven branched candelabra hold-
ing white burning tapers. A prayer
bench covered with chantilly lace
was also featured at the altar
where the bride and bridegroom
knelt during the wedding prayer.
The bride, given in marriage by
her grandfather, Henry Grady
Hughes, wore a beautiful floor
length gown of white silk faced
acetate peau de soie featuring a
bodice of re-embroidered alencon
lace and pearls, long sleeves and
a sweetheart neckline. Dainty
sprays of alencon lace adorned the
front panel of the skirt and waist
to hemline. Unpressed pleats re-
leased back fullness of the skirt
which flowed into a chapel length
train. Her bouffant fingertip veil
of English silk illusion was at-
tached to a crown of crystals and
seed pearls. She carried a cascade
bouquet of white butterfly rose-
buds and satin ribbon love knots
on a lace covered Bible centered
with an orchid.
Mrs. Pete Kelly of Albany, Ga.,
served as maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Miss Tommye Newman
and Miss Marion Schjott. They
wore identical street length dres-


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS S. HARRIS- D.D., MInlter


Church School
Morning Worship
Bibye Study (Wednesday)
Methodist Youth Fellowship .............
Evening Worship


9:45 A.H.
11:00 A.M.
7:30 P.M.
6:00 P.M.
7:30 P.M.


a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


ses of cotillion blue peau de soie
with bell silhouette featuring a
cutaway overskirt. Their hats were
roses of self material with an
overall illusion of silk net. They
wore short lace mitts and cotillion
blue slippers. Each carried a sin-
gle long stemmed white rose.
Terri Lee Armistead, flower girl.
wore a street length dress of Ma-
line designed similar to the brides-
maid's, with matching head band
and bows: She wore white short
gloves, white socks and white kid
slippers. She carried a basket with
pink fluffs of net and satin bows
and streamers filled with pink rose
petals. Michael Rush Chism, neph-
ew of the bride, served as ring
bearer.
Arnold Debrow was best man.
Groomsmen were Robert Box, bro-
ther of the bridegroom and Wil-
liam Rush Chism, brother of the
bride. Ushers were Ronald Chism
and Gene Chism, brothers of the
bride.
Mrs.. Chism chose for her daugh-
ter's wedding a sheath dress of
teal blue with which she wore
matching accessories. Mrs. Box
chose a sheath of beige lace with
matching accessories. Both moth-
ers wore corsages of white rose-
buds.
Immediately following the cere-
mony a garden reception was held.
A color scheme of green and
white, the bride's chosen colors
were used predominately through-
out the party rooms. The bride's
table overlaid with organdy held
a three tiered wedding cake em-
bossed in white and topped by a
miniature bride and bridegroom.
The refreshment table was also
covered with organdy centered by
a punch bowl encircled with tiny
flowers nestled in fern and flank-
ed by candelabra holding burning
tapers. Silver compotes of nuts and
mints completed the setting. Dain-
ty rice bags tied with satin bows
were passed.
Following the initial cutting of
the cake by the couple, Mrs. Rich-
ard Moore and Mrs. Gene Chism
presided. Punch was served by
Miss Connie Munn of Hattiesburg,
Miss.; Miss Kitty Jones of Port St.
Joe and Miss Ann Salter. Other
hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Carter,
Mrs. Waldo Snipes and Mrs. Wil-
liam Armistead of Bell Fontaine,
Ala.
The bride chose for her travel-
ing, a three-piece suit of green
with matching accessories- and the
orchid lifted from her bridal bou-
quet.
After a wedding trip touring
points of interest in Texas and
Mexico, the couple will reside in
Mobile, where Mr. Bliss is associa-
ted with his father in business.
Out of town guests attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter of
St. Mary's, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
do Snipes and son Gary of Center-
ville, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith,
Miss Kitty Jones; Mrs. B. H. Munn
and Mrs. John Blount of Port St.
Joe; Mrs. M. C. Knapp and daugh-
ter Ann of Malcomb, Ala.; Mr. and
Mrs. William Armistead and chil-
dren of Bell Fontaine, Ala.; Miss
Connie Munn of Hattiesburg, Miss.;
and .Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chism and
sons Michael and Byron of Demop-
olis, Ala.
Miss Chism and the bridegroom-
elect were entertained with a par-
ty after rehearsal in the bride's
home by Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Box. The bridal couple presented
members of their wedding party
with gifts during the party. Twen-
ty-four guests were invited to
share the occasion.


Luncheon Honors

Judy Fensom
A luncheon, honoring Miss Judy
Fensom, was given Thursday, Sep-
tember 19, by Mrs. Henry Camp-
bell and Mrs. Perce Fleishel at
Mrs. Campbell's home on Hunter
Circle.
The honoree and her mother,
Mrs. Paul Fensom, were presented
with gold corsages of chrysanthe-
mums. The gold and white color
theme was carried out with gold
tablecloths, place cards and flower
arrangements.
Miss Fensom received a silver
and crystal hors d'oeurves dish
from her hostesses, in memory of
the occasion.
Nedley's Have Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. John David NaIl


of Jacksonville, who are on their
wedding trip stopped over Satur-
day and Sunday for a visit with his
grandmother, Mrs. I. C. Nedley and
Mr. Nedley. Mrs. Nall was Miss
Elaine Williams of Jacksonville.
The wedding took place on Sept.
17 in Georgia.
Miss Patsy Nall was a recent visi-
tor of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nedley
on Monument Ave.


THE STAR, Porl 8t. Joe. Fla.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER


Mimosa Wilt Causing Premature

"Balding" of Many Florida Plants
By HERVEY SHARPE fected plants. If discover
Fla. Agricultural Extension Serv. burn infected trees, beca
Mimosa trees that lose their is no known cure for the
leaves prematurely are like bald- If you do pruning or o
-headed ladies-both are in bad with tools on trees sus
trouble. having the disease, disi
+toolt, before thevo are use (


26, 1963





ed, dig and
iuse there
e disease.
their work
pected of
infect the
ld on heal-


Wig-makers often can ease the thy trees. Other ways of spreading
suffering of the ladies but not for the disease is by bumping the trash
the mimosa since toupees are not cart into a diseased tree, leaning
natural looking canopies for trees. a rake on a diseased tree or even
The reason why ladies lose their by walking past a dying tree. Wa-
tresses is something for the medics ter movement in the soil can also
to solve. But mostly any gardener transfer the fungus from one tree
can discover what's ailing his tree. to another.
Drought, high water and disease
are the main reasons why trees If you wish to plant a mimosa
lose their "hair". By the process tree, be sure to plant one that is
of elimination you can suspect that resistant to Fusarium wilt. The
mimosa wilt is causing baldness USDA has developed several var-
in your silk tree. ieties that seem tothrive in fungus
Mimosa wilt is caused by a fun- infested areas.
gus. The disease was discovered in
North Carolina in 1930 and spread Two of the disease-resistant var-
to adjoining states and was discov- ieties are the Charlotte and the
T-- Td


ered in Florida in 1952.
The first symptom of the disease
is wilting of leaves on one or more
of the branches. The foliage hangs
downward and the wilted leaves
shrivel and fall.
This condition gradually moves
to other branches until the entire
tree becomes bald. Death follows
defoliation-usually within a year
after the first wilting appears.
However, in some cases, arees die
in a month or two.
Often small worms will invade
the dying tree, sending out tiny
spring-like coils of sawdust. From
a distance it looks like the tree is
covered by a giant spider web. But
don't be fooled. Look for signs of
wilt.
Make positive identification by
cutting into a section of the bark,
about one-fourth inch deep, from
a lower limb. The presence of
brownish streaks or a ring in the
sap of the current year's growth
is found if the tree is infected by
mimosa wilt.
Dr. R. S. Mullin, plant patholo-
gist with the Agricultural Exten-
sion Service ,says the disease is
soil borne and is spread into a
disease-free area by moving in in-


iryon. IfI your local nurseries uu
not have the resistant strains, ask
your county agents for names of
other sources of the trees.
Without a doubt mimosas are
beautiful trees. But like many
beautiful ladies they demand lots
of care to keep them looking their
best. In the fal lthe trees shed
bushels of leaves that have to be
raked. In spring they litter the
ground with discarded powder-puff
looking objects that turn into a
slimy mass after each rain.


Jr. High Gridders

'Lose to Apalach
The Port St. Joe Junior High
football squad of seventh and
eighth graders were defeated 14-0
by Apalachicola's seventh and
eighth squad here Tuesday night.
The local team will travel to
Apalachicola next Tuesday, Octo-
ber 1 for a return game. Game time
will be at 7:30 p.m.
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Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hudson of W. Walding of DeFuniak Springs.
Wewahitchka, announce the ap- The wedding will be an event of
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter, Susan Marlene to Ray Allen October 5, at 2:00 p.m. at the
Walding, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. home of the bride in Wewahitchka.

Top spectator bowling will be on from Fort Walton Beach will be
tap Saturday afternoon beginning bowling three teams from Port St.
at 2:30, at the St. Joe Bowling Joe.
Lanes. Everyone is invited to attend to
Three top Vitro bowling teams see this bowling match.



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ANNOUNCES RATES FILED WITH THE FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
FOR APPROVAL

BASIC MONTHLY RATES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
First 100 Therms Nat. Gas 15c per therm
'Next 1900 Therms Nat. Gas 12c per therm
All Additional Gas ..- lO10c per therm

A substantial discount is provided for those who will use natural gas for summer air conditioning.
METER DEPOSITS WILL BEAR 4% INTEREST TO DEPOSITORS




Minimum bill per month.... $1

Customers using gas for winter heating only may disconnect without cost, but will pay a reconnection
charge of $2.00.


are approximately equivalent to the same number of cents
per gallon of L. P. Gas. Thus, a comparison between the rates
of L. P. Gas and natural gas can be easily made.


system have designed more than 100 systems that are now in
operation.
St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc., will have an invest-
ment of approximately $300,000 in Port St Joe. It will have
competent service men for servicing gas appliances.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I


C. Byron Smith, Paster


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ... 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ._ 7:30
"Come and Worship God With Us"


According to L. P. Gas dealers, the heat content of L. P.
Gas is approximately 100,000 BTU per gallon. Since a therm
is equal to 100,000 BTU, the above natural gas rates per therm


THERE WILL BE CONSIDERABLE SAVINGS OVER PRESENT LP GAS

RATES


Natural gas rates are regulated by the Florida Public
Utilities Commission, L, P. gas rates are not regulated and
are subject to change at the dealer's discretion.
It was established before the Federal Power Commission
that the system proposed for Port St. Joe would be adequate
to supply all requirements of the City. The Engineers of the


NATURAL GAS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS WITHIN

THE CITY BY NOVEMBER 15

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Series Explain Proposed Ammendments


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963


Florida Power Corporation Pains

New Power Plant Near Crystal River
As this map indicates, Florida size of the recent unit which went
Power Corporation's "1966 Plant" into operation at the company's
site is located almost due west of Paul L. Bartow plant on Weedon
the community of Red Level on U. Island, St. Petersburg; the Bartow
S. Highway 19, approximately half plant has a total capacity of 457,-
way between the communities of 000 kilowatts.
Crystal River and Inglis, and is H. K. McKean, company senior
about 85 miles north of St. Peters- vice president, said, "Start of con-
burg. struction is expected by January
Florida Power recently announc- 1, 1964--dependent upon the suc-
ed its decision to purchase this cessful completion of a series of
3,500-acre tract of land in Citrus site investigations and tests, some
County for the construction of a of which are presently underway."
new steam-electric generating plant He said that the new plant's first
which ultimately will have a ca- unit is scheduled to go into opera-
pacity of two-million kilowatts. tion by late 1966. After 1966, he
The first unit-with a 400,000- reported, construction plans for
kilowatt capacity-will be one of
the most modern and efficient in additional units will be dictated by
the electric industry. The plant's the demand for electricity on Flor-
first unit will be almost twice the ida Power's fast-growing system.


(During the next three weeks,
The Star will be running a series
of three articles put forth by the
Secretary of State of Florida ex-
plaining the three amendments
to the Florida Constitution, to
Be voted on November 5. The
editors of The Star hope that you
follow these articles and maybe
they will help you to intelligent-
ly make up your mind on cast-
ing your ballot.)

AMENDMENT NO. ONE
OFF-YEAR ELECTIONS
T hi s proposed constitutional
amendment would transfer to the
"off-year," or nonpresidential year,
the election of Florida's highest
state officials-the Governor, Sec-
retary of State, Attorney General,
Treasurer, Comptroller, Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction and
Commission of Agriculture. To ac-
complish this change ,the amend-
ment provides for an initial two-
year term for each of these offi-
cials beginning in 1965. After that
time, they would be elected to reg-
ular four-year terms.
The Governor, elected to the
two-year term in 1964, would be
permitted to run for a full four-
year term in the 1966 elections.
Thereafter, Florida's traditional
prohibition against Governors' suc-
ceeding themselves would be in
effect. The six other Cabinet offi-
cers, however, would be permitted
to continue to succeed themselves
in office.
Benefits of the Amendment
1.-It is a nonpartisan election
reform which has been adopted
by a majority of the states. Major
states with strong two-party sys-.
tems which have switched to the
off-year elections for top state of-
ficials include New York, Califor-
nia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
2.-Placement of the elections of
the Governor and Cabinet in the
off-year would create more inter-
est in off-year elections, thereby
tending to stimulate a greater turn-
out of voters.
Traditionally, balloting in the


off-year has been extremely low
because of the small number of
important offices at stake. For ex-
ample, only 939,207 votes were
cast in the 1962 off-year elections
compared to 1,544,180 in the presi-
dential-year elections of 1960.
3.-By separating the major
state and national elections, this
proposal would give the voters a
better opportunity to study the
merits of the individual candidates.
It also would help prevent non-
qualified candidates from riding
into state office on the coat tails of
a momentarily-popular national
personality.
4.-Separation of the state and
national elections also would give
the voters a better opportunity to
scrutinize the state and national
issues at stake in the elections. The
issues at stake in the two levels
or government are almost invar-
iably separate and distinct and can
be better considered b ythe voters
apart from each other.
5.-It would shorten the presi-
dential-year ballot which is far too
long for intelligent voting. In sev-
eral counties, the ballot is so long
that two voting machines are re-
quired to accommodate the entire
slate of candidates.
6.-It would give Florida increas-
ed strength in determining the
course of national party politics
because our Governor, the natural
leader of the state delegation at
party conventions, would still be
politically strong at convention
time instead of a "lame duck" in
the waning months of his term.
Such leadership would give Flor-
ida more influence in the selection
of party nominees and platform.






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MI STAR. Port St. Jo, Fhl. THURSDAYSEPThMBER 26, 1963 ism in Cuba. He has. brought out the Department of Agriculture.
S, the fact that despite early promises, The foods available through the
Sa* in curbing shipping with Cuba, it food distribution program include
akes Sipopks Out on Biron ghan is now free world ships that are flour, cornmeal, non-fat dry milk,
S o ut Moon S a helping to keep the Castro govern-' rice, dry beans, peanut butter,
bombing, Joint Moon Shot and -Cuba ment in existence. With England chopped canned meat, cheese, but-
heading the list ,these allied ships ter, lard and rolled wheat. Eligi-
BIRMINGHAM BOMBING it appears to me that this would have supplied Cuba with the ne- ability is determined on the basis
The Birmingham bombing was a be an opportune time to make such essities of existence, thereby bol- of need as established by the stan-
reprehensible thing. Whether done a proposal. I think tt t Ameri- steering the Red economy and mor- dards set by the State Department
-. ..... ^ ^,^,,.t no mt a,. ,n nonnl nrv qprfnnilv rn.3mnd ale. These are the nations which of Public Welfare. To participate


oy a wm-Ee e aunu O u, WU
a. pegro fanatic to place blame on
whites, or a communist to keep
zraial troubles heated, the shame-
jfu} damage is done. No stones
shouldd be left unturned to find
and punish those responsible. Noth-
ing is solved by destroying a
church or by taking the lives of
children. Responsible white and
negro families alike must moure
suoh incidents andwork to prevent
repetitions. -
JOINT MOON SHOT
I have renewed my suggestion to
Presiednt Kennedy that the ITr4ted
States and Russia jointly cxplpre
outer space with principal empha-
sis on the moon' shot. Now that
there is a stronger indication of.
Russian willingness to negotigtp
realistically with the United States,


with the tremendous cost of this
venture, and that a growing num-
ber of people discount the value of
"getting to the moon first". Since
we gre apparently cqmpitte4 as a
part of ationfl~ policy to reach
other planets as quickly as poss-
ible, I do feel that there is very
much to be gained by utiliing the
best energies and bgais of both
peoples and pooling the costs. In
that way, thapp f s no ploger a race
and much less reason fpf waste.
This won't make the bureaucrats
happy.
CUBA IS STILL WITH -S
Congressman Paul Rogers, whose
Squteast Florig Digtritct lies very
close to Cuba, is one of those who


receive foreign aid from the United
States year after year.
I am reminding the Administra-
tion that Cuba is with us still and
insisting upon an end to all allied
trade with the communist nation
of the Caribbean. We must take
stronger measures to isolate Cuba
and to hasten Castro's downfall or
we will perpetually have on our
doorstep a breeding place for com-
munism. It has been well estab-
lished that Cuba is now the prin-
cipal training ground for commun-
ist. agents and the major source of
supplies for communist activities
throughout this hemisphere.
SURPLUS FOOD AVAILABLE
It is my understanding that only
Santa Rosa and Escambia Counties


pprsistently has :sught a stronger in the First Congressional District
program for dealing wit4l copmun- are receiving surplus food from


arrangements must be made for an
agency to certify recipients who
are eligible, for a warehouse for
storage, and for people to pass out
the food for those who are eligi-
ble. If other counties are interest-
ed in participating in the surplus
food. distribution program, the
Board of County Commissioners
should contact E. Lee McCubbin,
Director, Commodity Distribution,
State Department of Public Wel-
fare, 227 Park Street, Jacksonville
3, Florida.
FALLOUT SHELTER BILL
The House has passed the Civil
Defense Fallout Shelter Bill. This
bill materially implements the fall-
out shelter program. However, it is
well to remember that we are not
without a measure of protection in
this field. It is estimated that in


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THE STAR. Port St. JoS, Pla. Max W. Kilbourn, were. present.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963 The meeting came to order at
9:00 A.M., Commissioner Graham
opened the meeting with prayer.
SMnutes of the Whereupon, there was a motion
nu ies so T* by Commissioner Graham, second-
County Commission ed by Commissioner McDaniel and
unanimously carried that the coun-
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA ty pay Norman P. Gross, Architect
September 10, 1963 $1,000.00 as per contract entered
The Board of County Commis- into on July 9, 1963.
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,. The Board discussed bills in
met this date in regular session the amount of $1,569.00 in connec-
with the following members pres- tion with two recent murder cases
ent: A. J. Strickland, Chairman, where the defendants were declar-
Leo Kennedy, S. C. Player, Wal- ed insolvent. The Board decided to
ter Graham, and James G. MeDan- hold these bills until the end of the
iel. The Clerk, Sheriff, Road Sup- fiscal year because of a shortage
trintendent, Mosquito Control Sup- of funds.
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Earl Whittington, $15.00; Gracie
Van Camp, $15.00; Belle Williams,
$15.00; Mggie M. Smith, $15.00;
and L. Wood, $15.00.
The Chairman informed the
Board that the Welfare Department
has requested the County to fur-
nish medicine to Mary Rogers. Af-
ter discussion, the Board decided
to request the Gulf County Health
Department to purchase the medi-


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cine for said patient, but not to said bridge but for reasons un-
exceed $15.00 per month. The Coun- known it was never constructed.
ty to pay the bill after being ap- The Board decided that its Road
I proved by the Health Department. and Bridge Department construct
1 The Commissioners of the St. this walkway. Mr. R. H. Ellzey told
I Joseph Fire Control District re- the Board that the Apalachicola
quested the County to make the donate the bridge timbers neces-
following distribution of its funds Northern Railroad Company would
collected on the 1962 tax roll, to- sary for this project. The Board
wit: thanked Mr. Ellzey for his offer.
Pay: City of Port St. Joe for its Commisisoner Player presented
fire department, $979.79. White Ci- plans for a road running to a small
ty Fire Department, $326.60. lake in Highland View and explain-
Upon motion by Commissioner ed that the Highland View Fire De-
Kenendy, seconded. by Commis- raitment has permission to siphon
sioner Player and unanimously water from said lake and the road
carried, the Board ordered said is needed to enable the fire trucic
payments made. to get to the lake. The land own-
Clerk George Y. Core, made the ers are to be contacted for the right
following statement and the chair- of way.
man ordered it to be recorded in Commissioner McDaniel request-
the minutes, to-wit: ed that the minutes reveal that the
Mr. Chairman and members of reason no action has been taken
the Commission, it has come to my on the petition to move the county
attention and to the attention of seat is because this Board is wait-
the Chairman that someone is cir- ing on an opinion from its attor-
culating a rumor on the streets of ney as to what steps to be taken.
Port St. Joe ,that, I, as your clerk, C. E. Daniel, Mosquito Coatrol
or you, the members of the Board Supervisor, informed the Board
of County Commissioner, have been that the Wewahitchka Sanitary
"juggling" county funds belonging Land Fill area has closed because
to the "Capital Outlay Reserve all space has been used. The Chair-
Fund", commonly called the "Sur- man informed Mr. Daniel that ar-
plus Fund" or the "Surplus Mo- rangements have already been
ney", to prevent the county from made for additional space at the
earning interest on these funds. same location.
As each of you commissioners All bills for August were present-
should know, such a rumor is ut- ed, examined, approved and order-
terly false. You, as County Corn- ed paid.
missioners have never requested All payrolls for August were
orordered that the Capital Outlay approved and ratified as paid.
Reserve Fund or any other funds There being no further business
be juggled, or transferred from one the meeting aourned.
fund to another, nor have I ever ATTEST:
transferred money from one fund George Y. Core A. J., Strickland
to another, except by budget trans- Clerk Chairman
fer that was duly planned at the
time you adopted your budget; it
then advertised according to the
budget law and duly approved and Sharpening
adopted, after first having held a "Anything that cuts"
public hearing. Saws Knives Scissors
You, as County Commissioners, Shears Lawn Mowers
and I, as your Clerk cannot trans-
fer County Money from one fund
to another in any other manner, Ray L. Brant
except as I have just stated and
that being an item in your annual 1805 Garrison Ave.
budget. Phone 227-7091
The only transaction in the Cap-
ital Outlay Reserve Fund since 1956
have been very profitable to this
Board and the tax payers of our
county. In 1956 the Board was fac-
ed with the problem of financing
$50,000,00 to pay for our two
Health Center buildings. The law
required the county to issue certifi-
cates for this purpose. I suggested
to the Board that the Capital Out-
lay Reserve Fund finance this pro.
ject and earn the interest that the
law provided must be paid on the
certificates. Upon proper resolu-
tion duly adopted by the Board
and advertised according to law,
the Capital Outlay Reserve Fund
purchased five certificates for $50,-
000.00. The following is the manner
these certificates were re-paid to
the Capital Outlay Reserve Fund: .


Date Int. Rec. Prin.
1.1-58 -- $2,000.00 ---
7-1-58 500.00 $10,000.00
1-1-59 2,000.00 --
7-1-59 250.00 10,000.00
1-1-60 -- 1,500.00 -
7-1-60 250.00 10,000.00
1-1-61 _- 1,000.00 ---
7-1-61 --- 250.00 10,000.00
1-1-62 _- 500.00 -
7-1-62 250.00 10,000.00
8,500.00 50,000.00
The county made $8,500.00 in
cash on this action, plus a savings
of an unknown amount had the
county validated revenue certifi-
cates in the Courts and then sold
same to a private concern on bids.
The only other activity in this
fund was when on May 14, 1963,
this Board duly adopted a resolu-
tion authorizing the Capital Outlay
Reserve Fund to purchase a note
against the County Road and
Bridge Fund in the amount of $8,-
622.00, but only paying $8,222.00
for said note. On or before Janu-
ary 20, 1964, the Capital Outlay Re-
serve Fund will be repaid its $8,-
222.00, plus $400.00 interest. No
one need remind you that this is
double the interest that would have
ordinarily been paid had that same
money remained in the bank.
I certainly want the public to
know that this Board, or any other
Board since I have been Clerk has
never "juggled" any money from
fund to fund. (end)
Thomas McDaniel, Wild Life Of-
ficer, Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission of the State of Florida
appeared before the Board and
read a memorandum from the
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission stating that $50,000.00 was
available for Boat Ramp Construc-
tion and he then explained this
program and informing the Com-
mission that said program must
be completed in 60 days. He recom-
mended that this Board take advan-
tage of this program by requesting
his Department to construct what-
ever ramps the Board thought best
for public use. Mr. McDaniel told
the Board that right of way was
already available at the East end
of the Dam Road and that a ramp
could easily be constructed at that
location. In a discussion that fol-
lowed, sites at Overstreet, St. Jos-
eph's Bay and along the Gulf were
discussed as possible sites for
ramps. There was a motion by
Commissioner Graham and second-
ed by Commissioner Kennedy, that
this Board at its next meeting se-
lect three sites for boat ramps;
that a resolution be then adopted
requesting the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission to con-
struct ramps at said sites. Upon
vote the following voted: AYE:
Graham, Kennedy and the chair-
man. NAY: McDaniel and Playe':.
Commissioner Player said he vot-
ed against the motion because any
civic organization or any group -if
citizens could make the same rec-
ommendation; that he was not
against the public getting free
ramps.
Commissioner Kennedy told the
Board of the urgent need for a
walkway across the bridge at Pat-
ton Bayou and told of the danger
to the school children having to
;walk and ride bicycles across this
S'bridge. It was pointed out that the
State Road Department was re-
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