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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 5, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (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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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963 NUMBER 12


December


Services Held for

Mrs. J. 0. Baggett

At First Baptist


SHARK VARSITY-Left to r ght, front row: Jaxe Niciols, .onnie Bell, 3en Armstrong, Jim Goo
Belin, Jr., Johnny Oakes, Leon Hobbs, Bill Ver- man, and Coach Bob Brown. Randy Weston wa
siga, Fred Chason, and Lloyd Gardner. not present when the picture was made.
Second, row,'left to right: Mike White, Junior
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JUNIOR VARSITY--'ronf row, eft o right: Billy Seconc row, left to right: Manager UIoyc Dee
Smith, Richard Ray, Gary Davis, David Lee, Mike Clark Downs, Danny Oakes, Carl Neal, Tomi
Rutch, David -Macomber, John -Maddox, and .Atchison, Randy Armstrong, Eddie McFarla
Coach Kimhel Scipper. and Jerry Swan, manager. (- phot


Sharks To Open Cage Season


The Port St. Joe Sharks will
field their tallest team in several
years on the Port St. Joe Gymna-
sium floors tomorrow night to be-
gin their 1963-64 cage season.
The season opener will be with
Chipley.
Coach Bobby Brown told The
Star that the team as a whole av-
erages over six feet in height. "But
this isn't the answer to a winning
team, altogether", said' Brown "We
are short on-experience with only
one regular starter back from
last year. The Sharks have five
lettermen back on their current
team, according to Brown.! These
are Fred Chason, Randy Weston,
Bill Versiga, Leon Hobbs and Jim-
my Goodman. Goodman will not be
able to play, however, until after
Christmas, due to a footblal injury.
"We have some mighty good re-
serves," said Brown who looked on
his entire team as a "first squad"
group. The squad this year con-
sists of 12 men, all tall, all reason-
ably fast, and all with good poten-
tial.
Brown had this to say of his


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County Board Still Checking Names of

Taxpayers for Referendum Purposes
Not much headway has been them on one sheet of paper over
nade on the bringing to a head the the week end, and had each name
,all for'a vote of the people to de- listed as tax-paying voter and non-
ide whether or not to re-locate voting tax-payer and voting non-
he Gulf County Seat. tax-payer. This list was offered to
the Board for their use, but was
The Star went to press last week the Board for theirfu use, but was
beforee Tuesday night's commisison The Board is supposed to meet
meeting and listed probable hap- again tomorrow night at the
?enings of the Tuesday meeting. Court House and continue their
essentially The Star's surmary of job of coming up with a master
hat would happen, did happen. list to check the petition.
County Registrar, Mrs. C. G.
Rish, presented her list of reg-
stered voters to compare with Tax Carl L. Armstrong
,ollector Harland Pridgeon's list of
ax payers, to get a list of tax-pay- D eO e Away
ng registered voters, to determine P e w y
low many such people there are in
he county, to see if petitioners November 27
seeking to call the election have
he proper amount of signatures on Carl L. Armstrong, age 52, passed
heir petition. They need one-third away last Wednesday morning at
)f the tax-paying registered vot- 10:17 in the Municipal Hospital
rs. following a brief illness.


team: Mrs. Rish stated that her list Armstrong, a long time resident
Versiga, Weston and Chason are was up to date. She was instruct- of Port St. Joe was a native of
being depended on for rebounds. ed that all name registered after Alabama.
Jake Belin, Jr., will be the ball August 27 (date of presentation of He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
handler and play maker. He will the petition) would have to be Lorene Armstrong, a daughter, Co-
possibly be spelled by Al Cathey, stricken from the list. ral Lee and a son, Randall L. all
who will probably play until the Monday Night of Port St. Joe; one brother, Nor-
holidays, when he will have an op- Monday night of this week the ris L. of Blountstown and one sis-
eration which will sideline him for Board had called a meeting to be- ter, Mrs. Neva Parrish of Blounts-
the remainder of the season. gin comparing the voter and tax town.
Leon Hobbs and Johnny Oakes payers' lists for a master list to Funeral services were held from
are considered by Brown to be his check the petition. Two commis- the First Methodist Church Friday
best shots on field goals. sioners, Chairman A. J. Strickland at 2:00 p.m., with the Rev. Thomas
bt s ihot Ln fiel egols d and Silas Player showed up for the S. Harris, officiating. Interment
Junior Nichols, Lonnie Bell and meeting. was in Holly Hill Cemetery.
Ben Armstrong are giving good Strickland and Player spent the Active pallbearers were: R. D.
strength to the bench and will see time striking all surplus names Prows, Hosie Owens, Aubrey Tom-
plenty of action during the season. from the voter registration list and linson, Welton Roche, L. J. Her-
Probable starters for Friday began the job of drawing up the ring and Julian Wiley.
night will be Randy Weston, Bill master list. Honorary pallbearers were: J. D.
Versiga, Jake Belin, Leon Hobbs After some time of comparing Sexton, Wayman Cayson, George
and Fred Chason or Johnny Oakes. lists it was seen that this would be Pelt, Jr., H. A. Campbell, Dave
Games coming up during the a major job, wtih the tax payers Maddox, H. C. Brown, H. M. Ham-
next week are: Saturday, Ruther- list presented as it was. The Board mock, Jr., John Robert Smith,
ford, here; Tuesday, Altha, here members instructed Clerk George Terry Hinote, Silas R. Stone, Har-
and next Friday, Quincy, away. Y. Core to have Pridgeon's list al- vie Peak, Pick Hollinger, Harold
Junior high games will begin at phabetized for easier checking. Hinote, W. 0. Nichols, Hubert Rich-
7:00 p.m. with the varsity game im- The Committee for Relocation of ards, Walter Duren, W. B. Rich-
mediately following, the County Seat had already taken ardson and Blakely Thomason.
-- Mrs. Rish's list and Pridgeon's list, Comforter Funeral Home was in
SUPPORT TH 8SHARKS alphabetized them and compared charge of arrangements.


Funeral services were held Sat-
I urday afternoon, November 30,
from the First Baptist Church for
Mrs. J. 0. Baggett. Mrs. Baggett
passed away in the Municipal Hos-
pital at 7:25 a.m. Friday morning.
c- She was 72 years of age.
as Rev. C. Byron Smith, assisted by
Rev. J. C. Odum, officiated at the
funeral services. Interment was in
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were C. G.
Costin, Sr., Otis Pyle, D. M. Lewis,
Frank Pate, Durel Brigman and
, Dave Maddox.
Honorary pallbearers were A. P.
Jackson, Wesley R. Ramsey, Clyde
White, J. 0. Lucas, M. L. Britt,
Wilbur Smith, J. A. Alligood, R. H.
Sewell, Harry McKnight, N. G. Mar-
tin, Milton Chafin, Ed Frank Mc-
Farland, C. D. Spears, Ralph Ma-
comber, Bill Fleming, John Rich,
A) Wesley Ramsey, Emory Stephens,
L. Z. Henderson, Karl Marshall,
Sr., R. H. Ellzey, S. C. Pridgeon,
B. R. Gibson, Jr., and Dr. Wayne
Hendrix. -
Survivors includi- her husband,
J.'O. Baggett 6f-ffils city; three
daughters, Mrs. L. L. Allen, Char-
e, leston, S. C., Miss Alma Baggett of
y Port St. Joe and Mrs. Maurice Fain
d of New Orleans, La.; step-mother,
s) Mrs. Ada Jones of Phenix City,
Ala.; one sister, Mrs. Potter C. Pal-
mer, Jacksonville; one brother,
Benjamin A. Jones of Jacksonville;
three half-sisters: Mrs. Richard
Horn, Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. June
Weeden Danford. Orlando and Miq'q


Mary Joyce Jones, Phenix City,
(Continued On Page 4)


7


GOVERNOR TO SPEAK;


SANTA WILL


City Discusses

Possible Laws
Two proposed ordinances came
up for discussion at the City Com-
mission meeting Tuesday night.
Neither was adopted.
One ordinance was for the regis-
tration and regulation of bicycles.
The ordinance called for a perman-
ent registration tag for all bikes;
prohibition of riding bikes 'on
downtown sidewalks and providing
lights and reflectors for all bikes
ridden at night.
The proposed dog ordinance pro-
vided for an annually renewable
tag, to be provided with rabies in-
noculation; impounding of dogs
without tags; and providing teeth
for elimination of dog nuisanese
if complaints are presented to the
City in petition form.
Both of these ordinances are be-
ing studied further by the Commis-
sion.

Citizens Band Radio Club
Will Meet Tomorrow Night
A citizens' band radio meeting
will be held at 7:00 p.m. Friday
night in the Florida Power Cor-
poration Lounge.
Those interested in organizing a
Citizens' Band Radio Club are urg-
ed to attend.


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DEATH CAR-Pictured above is the 1957 automobile (or
what remains) in which T. Hicks, age 37, and his son Mi-
chael, age 8, were killed Thanksgiving afternoon about
five miles north of Port St. Joe on State Road 71.

Accident Leaves Two Dead In Gulf On

Thanksgiving Day; Toll for Year Is Six


A Chattahoochee man and his
eight-year-old son were killed
Thanksgiving afternoon in a 2-car
accident five miles from Port St.
Joe near White City on SR 71, ac-
cording to the Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Ken Murphy.
T. Hciks, 37, was killed and his
son Michael died a short while la-
ter in the Port St. Joe Municipal
Hospital from injuries suffered in
the accident.
Four other persons were injured
in the accident, two in the Hicks'
vehicle and two in a car driven by
Louis Edward Hanna, 35, of Port


St. Joe.
The FHP identified the injured
as Mary Lanette Hicks ,10, possible
skull fracture and lacerations; her
mother, Mrs. Lavinia Hicks, cuts
and bruises; Hanna, cuts and
bruises and Carmie Williams Han-
na, 38, cuts and bruises. All were
treated at the Port St. Joe hospital.
Investigating officers K. E. Mur-
phy and Sgt. Register Windham
said Hicks was traveling north and
had slowed down when the acci-
dent happened. The Hanna car was
traveling south at approximately 65
(Continued On Page 4)


VISIT KIDS


Santa Claus will be greeted by the biggest crowd ever
in Port St. Joe Saturday morning at 10:00 A.M. This is the
date and time of the annual Christmas parade sponsored each
year by the Port St. Joe Retail Merchant's Division and pre-
sented by the Port St. Joe Jaycees.
The crowds greeting old Santa will be augmented by
the many people who will be in Port St. Joe on this occasion
to help the City observe its 125th anniversary in history and
its 50th year as incorporated Port St. Joe. It was here in
old St. Joseph, 125 years ago, that Florida's first Constitution
was framed.
The entire day Saturday will be
taken up with big parades, visit- horses, cars, etc., made up of high
ing with Santa Claus, free fish school bands (five bands committed
dinners, speaking by some of Flor- thus far), saddling clubs, local bus-
ida's leading citizens, a big horse inesses and civic clubs. The parade
show, band concerts, basketball will commence on Fifth Street and
games and a big Charity Ball Sat- proceed up Reid Avenue to First
urday night in the Centennial Street and then turn left to Monu-
Building. ment Avenue and proceed to the
Every event being sponsored Centennial Building.
and presented during the day The Jaycees, parade co-sponsors,
Saturday is open to the public. will carry a blanket in the parade
In addition to the big attractions to catch small change which will
open to the public during the day be toed to help finance their-an-
will be a big pre-Cistmas sale nual "Toys for Tots" program.
put on by Port St. Joe merchants, 11:30 AM.L
This annual pre-Christmas sale has Program outside of the Centen-
become a tradition with Port St. Building. On tap for the Centen-pro-
Joe merchants during recent yearsgram will be remarks by Rep. Bob
A big 12-page tabloid inserted in Sikes and the main address by Gov-
this issue of The Star will give you ernor Farris Bryant. Mayor Frank
more information concerning this Hannon will act as master of Were-
big sale. monies. Rev. T. S. Harris, Pastor,
The events of the day will be as First Methodist Church will give
follows: the invocation and Rev. David
10:00 A.M. Neese, Pastor, Presbyterian Church
Big parade downtown. The par- will give the convocation.
ade will consist of floats, bands, w i .in o u
013:30 P M


Historical Society Plans
Exhibits for "Big Day"
In keeping with the emphasis
being placed on the Constitution
Day Saturday of this week, the
St. Joseph Historical Society has
scheduled historical exhibits to be
placed about the City for the week
end.
Pictures of the signers of Flor-
ida's first constitution, early Ma-
yors of St. Joseph and old relics
may be seen at Pylant's and the
Florida Power Corporation office.
In addition to the exhibits, the
society is plannnig exhibits and
sales of three books historic to
the area: "Pasqua Florida" by
Louise M. Porter of Port St. Joe;
"Glimpses of the Panhandle" by
Harold Bell of Panama City and
"The Great Tide" by Rubylea Hall
of Gainesville. Miss Hall has been
invited to attend Constitution Day
Saturday.


A free fish fry will be served
at this hour at the Centennial
Building. This feed will be spon-
sored by the Port St. Joe Chamber
of Commerce and prepared by the
Florida Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission, Florida Forest
Service, State Board of Conserva-
tion and Salt Water Resources and
House of Correction Trustees.
2:00 P.M.
The Lions Club will sponsor a
horse show at the Centennial Base-
ball stadium at this hour. The show
will feature 10 events and a spe-
cial act by Wewahitchka's Saddlin'
Seminoles. Admission to the show
is $1.00 and 50c with all proceeds
going to the Lions sight conserva-
tion work among underprivileged
children.
3:00 P.M.
A big band concert will be held
in downtown Port St. Joe begin-
ning at this hour, with all parti-
cipating bands taking part in the
concert.
7:00 P.M.
The Port St. Joe Sharks will
play their second game of the bas-
ketball season in the High School
Gymnasium. Their opponents will
be the Rutherford High Rams of
Panama City.
9:00 P.M.
Beginning at 9:00 p.m. is the
first annual Rotary Christmas Char-
ity Ball to be staged in the Cen-
tennial Building. Music will be by
Charlie Cooper and his Orchestra.
Admission is $7.50 per couple and
everyone is invited to attend.
The Rotary Club is paying for
all expenses connected with the
ball from their club treasury and
will donate all proceeds from the
ticket sales to a program of pro-
viding dental care for underpriv-
ileged children in Gulf County.
Something'is provided for the
enjoyment of citizens and visi-
tors all day long Saturday, and
everyone is invited to take part
in the events.
Coordinators for the events of
Constitution Day, Saturday, are
Jack B. Williams, City Auditor
and Clerk; Cecil G. Curry and R.
G. Vervaeke.


Saturday,








for both packages and greeting
C r*s cards for overseas delivery. Gift
Cards and Packages for Overseas Gifts parcels for local and nearby states
should be mailed no later than De-
Should Be Sent by Air for Christmas member 14. Costin stated that all
indications point to a record year
With Christmas less than three distant points should be in the for seasonal mail vloume but the
weeks off, Postmaster Chauncey mails to assure delivery by Christ local post office is prepared to han-
Costin reminds all that Christmas mas day. He suggested that at this dle the increase if patrons will fol-
packages and greeting cards for late date air mail should be used low the slogan "Mail Early and Of-
ten". He further stated that mail
could be expedited and better ser-
vice afforded to all if patrons
Weeki Wachee Twilight Shows Resume would bundle greeting cards in
'"Local" and "Out-of-town" bun-
'i. dies using the labels available at
.. the post office for this purpose.
Bundles too large for letter drops
E 'Me should be handed to window clerks
i .to avoid breaking bundles.


Vet Pensioners Will Receive Annual
Income Questionnaires With Nov. Check


Veterans and widows who are
drawing non-service connected pen-
sions will recieve their annual ni-
come questionnarie cards from the
Veterans Administration along
with their November checks on or
about December 1, 1963. Also those
in reciept of Gold Star Dependency
and Indemnity Compensation will
recieve the questionnarie. This is
not the same as the card filled out
in October for the dependents of
living Veterans.
Those recieving the cards, whet-


The 1963 Christmas Stamps are her it be for themselves or for the
now on sale and the Postmaster children of a deceased veteran
suggested that when purchasing must complete the card and return
stamps for greeting cards this it immediately to the address on
stamp be requested as all clerks the instructions. All income quest-
will have an ample supply for your oinnaries must be in the Regional
needs. The 1963 Christmas stamp Office handling the account by
is a 5c stamp which means that January 31, 1964. Failure to com-
your greeting cards will receive ply will result in the benefit being
first class handling-can be for- discontinued or delay. In the past,
warded or returned without pay- since the program was initiated in
ment of additional postage-the 1060, the Gulf County Service Of-
envelope may be sealed and a per. fice has a number of persons in re-
sonal message included if desired. ciept of pension benefits call at
The 4c postage on greeting cards the office after the check had been
does not permit sealing or a per- stopped. Upon investigation, it was
sonal message, and if not deliver- without fail the result of the per-
able as addressed, cannot be for- sons failure to comply with the in-
warded or returned. structions. Often it takes as much
las three to four months to have a


Miss Nancy Sue Brunn, one of the star mermaids at Florida's
Weeki Wachee enjoys her favorite 1-..'t-time of feeding the playful
little fish during one of Weeki Viachee's special) twilight shows
which are now being presented dai'y at 5:15 P.M.


The postmaster said that this
year, for the first time, boys and
girls can communicate with Santa
Claus through the mail if they
will use Zip code. Just write a
letter to Santa Claus, North Pole
99701, using your own Zip code in
your return address and a reply
will be received through the mail.
Send Th Star to a trien.,
SUPPORT THE SHARKS.
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You'll find CHRISTO'S a virtual "Santa's Workshop" when you view the many
wonderful toys, gifts and decorations in our largest Christmas stock ever.

Big 24 InchM

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Aluminum
Christmas

TREES
6Ft.
Tree ------ M 59
4 F t.$*
Tree --- 59


ORANGE SLICES


Chocolate Covered
PEANUTS


lb. 25c


lb. 59c


Sturdy plastic with steel frame

$16.98

Big Ben
COASTER WAGONS

$7.98

Big Life-Lke

Walking Doll
She will walk like a real baby

$6.98

16 Inch
Sidewalk Bike
With training wheels

<$21.98


Army Set


$1.00


Realistic
Grenades ea. $1.00


Shoots Caps
9X12

Linoleum Rugs
In assorted colors
and patterns

$5.49


Christo'sc 5 TO $5.00
STORES


328 REID AVENUE


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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pension started again once it has
been discontinued.
Regardless of the circumstances,
the VA insist that the questionar-I
rie be completed and returned by1
the person recieving the pension.
As an added penalty, the VA will


Bowling News


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THE
Published Every Thursday At 306 W
By The Star Pu
WESLEY R. RAMSEY


By MAXINE JENSEN Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesmar, I
St. Joe Furniture took three Reader, Bookkeeper an
points from Raffield's Fisheries al- DIAL 227-3161
lowing them only one point. Com-
forter's took three points as Flor- Entered as second-class matter, December
ida National Bank took one point. "lorlda, under Act
This ties Comforter and Raffield
for first place again. SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABI
Wynell Burke led for St. Joe ONE YEAR, 3.00 SIX MONTHS,
Furniture bowling a fine 411 series
Ann Davis had a good night with TO ADVERTISERS-4n case of error or o
io0 not hold themselves liable for damage
a 392 series. Tibby Whitehead pick- advertisement.
ed up the 2-7-10 split. Nice going
Tibby Iof Jay, Florida, were the guests of
Evelyn Murdock led Raffield's of JayFloridawerethe guestMof
with a 428 series. Jo Ferrell and Mrs. Ard's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jean Stouter had series of 410 and T. M. Watts last week.
407. Visit In North Croin
Sue Moore led Comforter's to vic. Visit in North Craolina
tory with 421 series and raised her Mrs. Frank Pate and sons, Gary
average another pin. Maxine Jen. and Wayne spent the Thanksgiving
sen had a 417 series., holidays in Wilmington, N. C., vis-
Judy McClain led Florida Nation-
al Bank with a 383 series. Grace
Hanson and Carolyn Sickmon had I CIDCT D ANTI


series of 355 and 354.
Team Standings W
Comforter's 30
Raffield Fisheries ------ 30
St. Joe Furniture ------25
Florida National Bank -- 19


Long Avenue WMU
Sets Prayer Week
Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, Stewardship


not only stop the check but will and Prayer Chairman of the WMU-
require the person in reciept of of the Long Avenue Baptist Church
the pension to re-pay all money announces that a week of prayer
recieved for the year 1963 from will be observed next week. The
the VA. if not filed, prayer program will begin at 9:301
..on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Great care should be used to in-, and Friday mornings, with wome
sure that no income is included ^n nfrom ea crc ngp.t. O1
.... -. T i from each circle taking part. On
the report whiph is e.empt. Th'is Wednesday night, members of the
factor alone has caused consider- Brotherhood will present the pro-
able confusion in the past and gr 7:30 p.m.
even caused pensions to be dsi- .,
continued in error, Visitors From Jay
J. J. Hill, Veterans Service Of- Mrs. Oakland Ard and two sons,
ficer for Gulf County will be glad
to assist persons in filling out the
income questionnaries to insure
accurate filing. The office is locat-
ed in the American Legion Home.
Offices hours are Monday, Wedn- -i1, |
esday and Friday 9 to U2.
Also the service officer will be *
at the Health Clinic in Wewahitch-
ka every other Tuesday. Phone
number ni Port St. Joe is 229-3526. ust in


School Lunch
Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Mondaf, December 9
Barbecue beef on buns, buttered
corn, cabbage slaw, cheese wedges,
apple pie and milk.
Tuesday, December 10
Blackeye peas, oil sausage,
creamed carrots, hot biscuit and
butter, syrup and milk.
Wednesday, December 11
Hamburgers, buttered potatoes,
sliced tomatoes, onions and dills,
chocolate pudding and milk.
Thursday, December 12
Turkey noodle soup, saltine cra-
ckers, cheese sandwiches, orange
juice, doughnuts and milk.
Friday, December 13
Fish sticks, English peas, french
fried potatoes, corn bread, orange
sections and milk.


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963


STAR
illlami Avenue, Port 8L Joe, Fled i
blushing Company
Editor and Publ'ler
Photographer, Columnist, Reporter 'rod
I Complaint Department
PosroFFICE Box 80W
19, 1987, at the Postoffiee, Part St. Joe,
of March 8, 1879.
LY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
$1.75 THREE MONTHS, $127.30
omissions in advertisements, the publishers
;e further than amount received for sob

iting with the Royle Retherfords.
Viists Buzzetts
Ed Burns and John Flaherty of
Long Island, N. Y., students at St.
Leo College spent Thanksgiving
here with Bernie Buzzett and his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Buzzett.

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Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


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"


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constltutlen
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, D.D., Minister


Church School 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Bibye Study (Wednesday) 7:30
Methodist Youth Fellowship ........... 6:00
Evening Worship 7:30


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room, utility room, venetian blinds,
gas tank. One block from schooL
506 8th Street. Call SUnset 5-8157,
Panama City.
FOR SALE: U. S. Divers skin div-
ing equipment. 72.5 cu. ft. tank
and Minstral regulator. See John
Ragan, Ward Ridge Trailer Park.
2tp


FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed-. Halley, Tallahassee, Florida. Phone
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tfc 224-9180 or 385-3139. tfc-11-21
FOR RENT: House with business FOR SALE: Wall gas heater and
space attached, furnished or un- automatic washing machine. W.
furnished. Ph. 229-1361. tfc-0-19 W. Barrier, Jr., Phone 227-4636.


FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
corner Tenth Street andI long
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren.
Phone 227-5471. tfc-6-13
FOR RENT: Trafter 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 unfurnishe, apt. Call
227-5111 or call by Smith's Phar-
macy. tfe
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house fur-
nished or unfurnished at Oak
Grove. Call Bill Carr at 227-8111.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. 522% Third Street.
$45.00. Water furnished. Call 227-
8642. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bedroom
furnished apartment. Phone 229-
4261 between 9-6 p.m. or 648-4600
after 6. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
1506 Long Ave. Downstairs. Call
227-5426. John Scott. tfc-11-14
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costini.


FOR SALE: Used Kenmore auto.
washer, rebuilt throughout. 90
day guarantee. $60.00 cash. Used
Kenmore all porcelain washer, au-
tomatic, works like new. $40.00
cash. Call 227-3561 after 12:00. ltp
FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick
home, 1800 sq. ft. livnig area,
double carport with workshop and
utility storeroom. Lot 100' x 100',
landscaped front and back, 75' con-
crete driveway. Central air condi-
tioning and heating. Paneled kit-
chen with built-in cabinets, oven-
range, refrigator-freezer, garbage
disposal, and dinette table. Wall to
wlal carpeting and wall to wall,
floor to ceiling drapes in living
room area. Three bedrooms, large
paneled Florida room, living room
and dining room. Cedar lined clo-
sets. Pole mounted Channel Master
antenna with rotor and controls.
Located across from Constitution
Park in the loveliest residential
area of Port St. Joe. 109 Allen Me-
morial Way. Phone 227-2771. Price
$27,800. Itp
FOR SALE: Antique furniture and
chinaware. 2 bedsteads, 1 wood
and one iron; 2 dressers; 1 dining
table; 2 side tales; 1 bookcase with
books; secretary; hall tree; large
mirror; chofforobe. I. C. Lupton,
502 8th St. 4tp-12-5


Across the street from Baptist
Church in White City. ltp
FOR SALE: 24" girl's bicycle $10.
Come by and see after 5:00 p.m.
Mrs. Gus Creech. 1400 Monument.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, $9,-
800.00. Terms. 2 bedroom house
at St. Joe Beach. Terms. 3 bedroom
house, pool, chain link fence.
Terms. C. W. Long, 137 Hunter
Circle. Phone 227-4686. tfc-12-5
FOR SALE: Three bedroom con-
crete block house. Two baths,
panel walls, hardwood floors, dou-
ble carport, utility room, separate
dining room, breezeway and stor-
age. Call 229-1421 or 227-8676.
FOR SALE: Stucco house situated
on 90'x150' lot. Near Elementary
School. 3 bedrooms. Hardwood
floors. House insulated. Chain link
fence around back yard. Reasonably
priced. Call Will Ramsey 7-3161
day or 7-3646 night.


FOR SALE: Trailer and addition.
3 bedrooms, 150'x75' corner lot.
Trees, flowers, good lawn. St. Joe
Beach. Off highway. Nice quiet
neighborhood. Utility house, lawn
furniture, 125 gal. underground
gas tank $2800. Phone 227-7846. tf
FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom
brick home and small apart-
ment, 1301 Long Ave., $11,000.
Phone 648-4128. Mira.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom nice mod-
.ern home with 2 porches, nice
carport, 200 foot front on Highway


Jr., 227-4311 tc-11-21 71, White City. Call 229-1134. tic
r,227-4311 tfc--21 FOR SALE: 1958 Studebaker wa-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- gon. 6 cylinder standard shift. FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, liv-
ed apartment. 619 Woodward $125.00. 14' boat, 18 hp. Johnson ing room with fireplace, dining
Avenue. $35.00 per mo. Call Genewith trailer, $150. Both a bargain, room, kitchen with large breakfast


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FOR SALE
Two bedroom house, Ig. den can
be used as 3rd bedroom. Many ex-
tras, fireplace, separate dining
room. One bedroom cottage attach-
ed to Ig. garage. Corner lot size
112%x165.
Why pay rent? Pay owner small
equity and assume mortgage. Mo.
payments of $72.00 on 3 bedroom
house.
2.84 acres on Wetapo Creek, $1,-
500.00 Terms.
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WAITRESS WANTED: 8 hours a
day, 6 days a week. Must be over
21. Call 648-3167. 1te
LOST: Would whoever borrowed
our two floor polishers, please
return them. St. Joe Hardware Co.
WANTED: Couple to live in home.
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Long Ave. 502 8th St. 4tp-12-5
PECANS FOR SALE: 25c lb. Mixed
varieties. 523 9th St., W. J. Her-
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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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The Star or call 227-3161.


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
at Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3364 fo,
Iuriher information or write P. 0.
Eu> 535.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0,
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday. 8:00 p.m. in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel)
Secretary: J. C. Martin.
THERE WILL BE a regular corn
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, See.
R. A. M--Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 5K, R. A.
M, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome.
Edgar L. Smith, High Priest
Roy L Burch, Secretary
NOTICE
I will not be liable for any items
sold on credit other than those ap-
proved by me. Effective December
1, 1963.
4tp, 12-5 Curtis Hammond, Jr.
NOTICE
We wsih to advise that an appli-
cation was tendered for filing with
the Federal Communications Com-
munication in Washington, D. C.,
on November 5, 1963, for renewal
of broadcast license for radio sta-
tion WJOE, Port St. Joe, Florida.
WJOE operates on the frequency
of 1080 kc. WJOE is owned and op-
erated by Robert D. Sidwell trade-
ing as Little Joe Enterprises. The
application of this station for re-
newal of its license to operate this
station in the public interest was
tendered for filing with the Feder-
al Communications Commission on
November 5, 1963. Members of the
public who desire to bring to the
commission's attention facts con-
cerning the operation of this sta-
tion should write to the Federal
Communications C ommi s s i on,
Washington 25, D. C., not later
than December 26, 1963, where
they should set forth in detail the
specific facts which the writer
wishes the commission to consider,
in the passing on this application.
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Bobbitt
of Tallahassee, announce t h e
birth of a sno, James Earl Bobbitt,
II, November 7. The boy weighed
8 pounds, 1 ounce. Paternal grand-
mother is Mrs. James Earl Bobbitt
of Port St. Joe.

Visits Parents
William F. Wager, Jr., son of

COMPANY,
a Vermont corporation,
Plaintiff,
-vs---
ESTON CLEMENTS et ux,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
To: Eston Clements, whose resi-
dence is Cairo, Georgia. His mail-
ing address is Post Office Box 417,
Cairo, Georgia.
Hilda B. Clements, whose resi-
dence is Cairo, Georgia. Her mail-
irg address is Post Office Box 417,
Cairo, Georgia.
You are hereby notified that a
stit has been filed against you in
the above entitled cause, and that
you are required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attor-
tieys, whose name and address is
Jennings, Watts, Clarke and Hamil-
ton, 1200 Barnett National Bank
Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida.
not later than December 31, 1963.
If you fail to do so a decree pro
confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint. This suit is to foreclose
a mortgage. The real property pro-
ceeled against is:
Lot 26 in Block 69, according to
the plat of the re-subdivision of
all Blocks 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73,
74 and 75, according to Official
Map No. 12 of Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida, filed the 29th day of June,
1925, as same appears on file in
Ithe office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court in Gulf County,
Florida.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Florida, this 23rd day of Novem-
bei, 1963.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(COURT SEAL) 4t-11-28


THE STAR, -Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963

Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Wager spent
the Thanksgiving holidays here and
has returned to Bowles School in
Jacksonville where he will resume
his studies.
Visits With Parents
Miss Jan Tew and Tom Martin
Watts, students at FSU. Tallahas-
see, were the week end guests of
Tom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Watts.




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.The fitted bodice was styled with'
a scalloped portrait neckline re-
:; embroidered with the same lace
'and tiny seed pearls. The detach-
S able chapel train featured a but-
terfly bustle at the back.-Her bouf-
: .f: ant veil of silk illusion was attach-
S' ed to a lace crown embroidered
with irridescent seed pearls and
she carried a cascade bouquet of
tone grapes interspersed with pearl
hearts centered with a purple lip-
ped white orchid on a bride's bible.
It was showered with love knots
,and lilies of the valley.
: -I' "I Mrs. Cliff Ellis was matron of
-honor and bridesmaids were Miss
-" Barbara Bell and Miss Patsy Lewis
S' all of Port St. Joe. They each wore
identical street length gowns. of
seafoam green peau de soie. They
'had an over-dress featuring molded
'|bodices and jewel necklines. Their
modified pill box hats, also of peau
de soie were accented by a velvet
bow at the back and short veils.
They carried bouquets of orchid
chrysanthemums and deep orchid
pearl tone grapes with satin leaves.
SMiss Cindy Baxley, daughter of

as miniature bride gowned identi-
cal to the bride and carried a rep-
lica of the bride's bouquet cen-
tered with an orchid nylon butter-
fly.




Patrira Ann Redd Becomes Bride of Best man was Louie D. Holland,
brother of the groom and usher-
Grover Lee Holland November 17 groomsmen were Bill Fleming and
Ted Cannon, all of Port St. Joe.
Sunday, November 17, ot three final blessing. The traditional pro- The mother of the bride chose
o clock in the afternoon Mins Pa- cessional and recessional marches for her daughter's wedding a beige
tr;ia Ann Redd became the bride were used. boucle dress with matching over
of C rover Lee Ho lanl at the First' Marriage vows were exchanged Jacket. Her hat was beige and she
Baptist .h-.rch in Po-. St J 02 before an altar arranged with de- wore brown accessories.
with Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor, signs of white chrysanthemums and The groom's mother was attired
officiating. I emerald fern styled into rhythmic in a mauve pink lace jacketed
The bride is the daughter of spiral interpretations of small dress with matching hat and black
Mrs. Thomas A .Newsome of Myr- flower trees, against a continua- accessories. The corsages of both
tle Beach, S. C., and Elmer Redd tion of pyramided candelabra. Nine mothers were pink carnations.
of Valdosta, Ga. The groom is the branched candelabra holding white The maternal grandmother of
son of Rev. and Mrs. W. B. HIol tapers were placed below the dos- the bride, Mrs. William Branch,
land of this city. sel in the choir loft completing the wore a gown of deep purple and
While guests -assembled, a pro- setting for the exchanging of the navy print nylon jersey. Her cor-
gram of prenuptial music was pre- nuptial vows. Window recesses sage was of white carnations. Her
sented by Mrs. Mark Tomlinson. held burning tapers nestled .in paternal grandmother. Mrs. R. A.
Vocal soloist was Mrs. J. H. Cha- greenery and the family pews were Redd, was attired in a dress of la-
s-n who sang "The Sweetest Sto- designated by traditional white sa- vender crepe with matching jacket
ry Ever Told" (Stults) and "I'll tin bows. ,and her corsage was also of white
Walk With God" (Webster-Brodz-1 The bride, given in marriage by carnations.
sky) from "The Student Prince". her maternal uncle, Wade Hare of The r exception
"The Lord's Prayer" (Malotte) was Tallahassee, wore an exquisite The reception was held in the
sung as the couple knelt on a white wedding dress of snow white peau cholr root of the church. The
satin covered prayer bench for the de soie appliqued in alencon lace. bride's table was covered with a la-
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Engagement Announced


Mrs. A. B. Rhames of Port St.
Joe announces the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of her
daughter, Katy Jewel, to James
Edward Carr, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Carr of Panama City.


Luncheon Honors

Miss Ann Miller
Miss Ann Miller, bride-elect, was
honored Friday, November 29 at
a luncheon given by Mrs. Joseph
Hendrix and Mrs. George Tapper
at the home of Mrs. Hendrix.
The living room, dining room
and den were aglow with fall col-
ors. The five tables were adorned
with covers of green, gold, brown
and orange harmonizing with the
centerpicee of cornucopias filled
with fruit.
The honoree was presented a
corsage of gold chrysanthemums
and a gift by the hostesses.
Miss Miller was lovely in a pale
green knit suit with sandalwood
lizard accessories. Close friends of
the bride-elect were invited.


ganuy anu was centered wit a Long Avenue Baptist
three tiered wedding cake, lavished
with white icing wedding bells and WMS Has Meeting
lilies' of the valley, topped with
the traditional bride and groom, The Long Avenue Baptist Wo-
flanked by a trio of wedding bells, man's Missionary. Society met on
Silver candelabra holding white ta- November 25, at the church for a
pers and decorated with orchid covered dish supper and a study
mums were at either end of the of the foreign mission book, "Man-
table. The punch table had crystal delbaum Gate", which was present-
appointments and the bowl held ed by Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
lavender colored punch with a The purpose of this study was
floating gardenia. Following the to show how the highly complicat-
initial cutting of the cake by the ed and explosive situation in the
couple. Mrs. Bill Fleming and Near East affects the work of the
Mrs. Merrill Sherrill served. The Christian missionaries who are liv-
punch bowl was presided over by ing in that part of the world.
Mrs. Frank Pate and Mrs. W. J. Twenty-five ladies were present
Herring. to enjoy the supper and the study.
Mrs. Holland chose for her tra- --
veling costume a suit of powder
blue wool, with black patent acces-
sories for their wedding trip to Attend Arts
New Orleans. C 1
Out of town relatives and guests Council Meeting
attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Holland, Lanett, Ala.; Mrs. William A state wide organizational con-
Branch, Wewahitchka; Mrs. R. A. gress of the Florida Arts Council
Redd and Mrs. Walter H. Squire, was held at Opperman Hall, Flor-
Panama City; Mrs. Wade Hare, ida State University, Tallahassee
Tallahassee; T. J. Holland, Colum- on December 3. The meeting was
bus, Ga.; Mrs. Clarence Ellis and sponsored by Governor Farris Bry-
Donna Sue, Phenix City, Ala., and ant, Thomas Bailey, state superin-
Mr. ard Mrs. Cary V. Godwin of tendent of education and Wendell
Blakely, Ga. Jarrard, chairman of the Florida
A rehearsal dinner was held in Development Commission.
the home of Mrs. J. H. Chason hon- Organization and speaking con-
oring the Holland-Redd wedding tinued throughout the day. Lunch-
party and out of town guests. The eon was held at the dining salon
chosen color scheme of orchid of the Elks Club in Tallahassee.
mums were used predominately At least 500 representatives of
and the attendants were presented the Cultural Fine Arts were in at-
mementos of the lovely occasion. I tendance. Attending from Port St.
*Joe were Mrs. Herbert Brouillette,
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The father of the bride-to-be
is the late A. B. Rhames.
The wedding will take place
in the Highland View Baptist
Church on December 27, at 7:00
p.m. Friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


Junior Play Is

Set for Tonight
The Junior Class of 1952 made
a howling success of the play,
"Mama's Baby Boy", a three-act
comedy. The 1963-64 Junior class
is bringing it to you again on
Thursday, December 5 at 8:00 p.m.,
in the High School Auditorium.
Everyone is invited to attend the
play which will feature the fol-
lowing cast:
Mrs. Shephard McLean, Fran
Gunn.
Shephard McLean, Larry Parker.
Luther Long, Billy Versiga.
Juliet Long, Frann Hannon.
Mrs. Matilda Blackburn, Celia
Creech.
Wilbur Warren, Ricky Godfrey.
Sylvia Kline, Wanda Odum.
Mrs. Carlotta Anglin, Patsy
Prince.
Cynthia Anglin, Shaleen Dunlap.
Max Moore, Mike White.
Minnie, Paula Lovett.
You may purchase a ticket from
any member of the Junior Class.
P

Keyettes Plan

Work Projects
The newly organized Key-ette
Club of the Port St. Joe High
School voted on two new projects
at their last luncheon meeting
held on Tuesday, November 26.
The club decided that each mem-
ber would take as his own personal
project the filling of a United
States Savings Stamp album worth
$18.70. The albums will be checked
periodically at the meetings. The
member who completes her album
first will receive a prize along with
her savings bond.
The other project for the Key-
ettes will be the decorating of the
front of the Port St. Joe High
School for Christmas. A committee
has been appointed and plans are
being made.

Awards Given for
Final Grid Games


Awards were made to the Shark
football squad this week for the
past two games for outstanding
performances by various members
of the squad.
Receiving awards were:
Charles Gibson, haircut and tonic
from Hinote's Barber Shop.
Norton Kilbourn, haircut and to-
nic from Jack's Barber Shop.
Junoir Nichols, belt, from Cos-
tin's Department Store.
Emory Burleson, $5.00 gift cer-
tificate from Thames Jewelry.
David Dickey, game bag from
Wiley's Supply Co.
Eric Hammond, belt and hunt-
ing cap from Boyles Department
Store.
Bill Vervaeke, 10 gallons of gas
and a wash job from Land's Stan-
dard Station.
Jimmie Gainnie, travel kit from
Buzzett's Drug Store.
Tommy Sisk, two seafood din-
ners from Raffield's Fisheries.

Visits Children
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Witherspoon
of Apalachicola and Mrs. Sara Alli-
son of Carrabelle spent Thanksgiv-
ing day with Mr. and Mrs. Gannon
Buzzett.


T'HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963


. C. Belin Is

Re-Elected To NPA
Jacob C. Belin, vice president,
St. Joe Paper Company, Port St.
Joe, has been re-elected a director
of National Paperboard Associa-
tion.
A native Floridian, Mr. Belin has
been employed by St. Joe Paper
Company since 1938, and was
made vice president and director
in 1952. He is also a director of
the Florida National Bank, The
Fourdrinier Kraft Institute, The
Corrugated Container Institute.
Mr. Belin is a member of Kappa
Alpha National Fraternity, Rotar-
ians, and chairman of the Board
of Trustees of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe, as
well as a number of other civic
organizations. He is married and
has two sons.


King Presents

Port Resolution
Dr. Robert King, representing the
Port St. 'Joe Port Authority, ap-
peared before the County Commis-
sion last Tuesday night in quest of
the adoption of a resoultion.
The resolution, to be sent to
the U. S. Army Engineers request-
ed dredging work on the Gulf
County Canal. This canal runs from
Port St. Joe to the Intracoastal
Canal near White City.
The resolution asked that the
Gulf canal be enlarged to 12 feet!
deep and 125 feet wide. It is now
nine feet deep and 100 feet wide.
The Commission agreed to adopt
the resolution and forward it to
the Engineers.

Citizens Asked To
Replace Garbage Drums
The City is asking you to get
rid of your 55-gallon barrel gar-
bage cans.
First of all, the cans cannot be
covered properly,
Second, when full, they are too
much for the garbage collector
to handle, and what with the gar-
bage route in the city forever ex-
panding, speed of handling is of
importance.
The Commission says the gar-
bage can easily be handled from
30-gallon cans, and asks that as
the drums give out, they be re-
placed with this type container.
This will help provide speed-
ier, more efficient and more ec-
onomical garbage collection.

Garden Circle Plans
'Holiday House' Project
The Morning Glory Circle of the
Port St. Joe Garden Club extends
an invitation to everyone to attend


Do you frame
your
preserititlfn?
When you have a Prescription
filled do you take a few pills
or a few spoonfuls and then
put it on the shelf and forget
about it? If you do, you are
jeopardizing your health. Follow
your Doctor's instructions to
the letter-take all of the Pre-
scription. Then go back to your
doctor. He'll tell you whether
or not to have the Prescription
re-filled. There are too many
half-filled bottles in medicine
chests, mute testimony that YOU
PAID for your doctor's advice
and didn't follow it. You might
a2' .ell frame your doctor's
Prescription as to take only a
part of it. The most important
business we have is filling your
Doctor's Prescription. Your most
impoidant job is taking it.


Buzzett's Drug Store
Drive-In Window Service
Free Parking
317 Williame Ave.



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Baggett Services
(Continued From Page 1)
Ala. Two half-brnthers: W. 0.
Jones, Savannah Ga.; John C.
Jones, Columbui, Ga.; three grand-
sons, Lauren P. and Lucious J. Al-
len of Charleston, S. C., and Joel
M. Fain of New Orleans, La. and
one granddaughter, Janice Maria
Fain of New Orleans.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


their "Holiday House" on Sun- Accident Kills Two


day, December 15.
They have decorated the new
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Tap-
per at 1600 Constitution Drive.
"Holiday House" hours are be-
tween 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. A silver
offering will be taken for the Gar-
den Club Center building fund.

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(Continued From Page 1)
miles per hour when Hanna discov-
ered he was on the wrong side of
the center line.
He saw the oncoming, car," ap-
plied his brakes, and skidded
crossways down the highway. The
impact occurred three feet on the
Hicks' side of the road.
The Hicks' vehicle turned com-
pletely around on the highway and
skidded 44 feet, coming to rest in
a ditch. Hanna's car skidded 222
feet, coming to rest partially on
the shoulder of the road.
Sgt. Windham said the condition
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Mr. and Mrs. Royce Glenn Butts .1 the hlnway was a contrmuung
of 129 Bellamy Circle, announce Ifactor tothe acciden.tNo accident
the th of a daughter, Tammy charges have been filed, pending
Royce on December 1. further investigation.
Mr. and Mrs. William Norman This brings the fatality total to
Ake, 806 Detroit Ave., Panaman six for Gulf County for 1963.-
Ake, 806 Detroit Ave., PanamaBoth cars were demolished.
City announce the birth of a son Both cars were demolished.
William Lloyd on December 1. CATHERINE DUREN
(All births occurred at the Port MAKES DEAN'S LIST
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.) I U. -


High School Lunch
Room Weekly Menu
Port St. Joe High School
Monday, December 9
Scalloped potatoes, ham and
cheese, English peas, tossed green
salad, peanut butter cookies, milk,
bread and butter.
Tuesday, December 10
Chicken and dumplings, pineap-
ple salad, snap beans, sliced toma-
to, coconut cake, milk, bread and
butter.
Wednesday, December 11
Meat loaf, buttered potatoes, cab-
bage slaw, carrot sticks, field peas,
cake squares, milk, bread and. but-
ter.
Thursday, December 11
Hamburgers, buns, dills, onions,
tomato, boiled lima beans, choco-
late pudding, milk, bread and but-
ter.


mi. anu .i. I. W. uren nave
received word that their daughter
Catherine was on the Dean's List
for the first quarter of this school
year. Catherine is a student at
Gulf Park College, Long Beach,
Miss.


Friday, December 12
Tuna and macaroni salad, let-
tuce, cheese on toast, turnip greens
corn bread, peach, cookies, milk,
bread and butter.


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Wisely To Avoid Accidents
JACKSONVILLE ThoughtlessI Doctor George A. McCoy, Direc-
parents can turn a child's Christ- tor of the State Board of Health's
mas pleasure into a family tra- Accident Prevention Program, said
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and some die, because they have
been given the wrong kind of toys.
Lead poisoning is always a haz-
ard, especially when a tot is given
figures cast of lead-dolls, soldier,
animals-or which may be paint-
ed with a lead-base paint. Most
manufacturers use a safe paint on
toys and safe paint should carry a
legend reading "Conforms to
American Standard".
Doctor McCoy said surveys have
shown that children in the age five
group are more often involved in
accidents with toys than any other
group and that almost twice as
many boys are hurt as girls.
He said any kind of weapon in
too-young hands can hurt the hol-
der or an innocent person; some
plastics are so flammable that they
will burst into flame at the slight-
est touch of a cigarette or match.
Some types, he said, will burst into
flame even when some distance
from fire.
He said toys with ragged or
sharp edges should be avoided as
should articles which can be put
in the mouth, possibly leading to
choking to death. "Children even
put tiny objects up their noses and
into their ears; and swallow eyes
from stuffed animals and dolls.


Electric toys should have the UL H e
(Underwriters Laboratory) label on HolHiday Workers
the toy and cord; presents which
contain food or food mix should Need S. S. Numbers
bear the approval of the Federal Students, housewives, and oth-
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Students, housewives, and oth-
ers, who plan to work during the
Fragile Christmas tree orna- Christmas season are advised to
ments are dangerous; and trees check on their Social Security card
against falling; and in no case now, according to John V. Carey,
themselves should be set in water District Manager of hte Panama Ci-
if possible or wte sand; be secured ty Social Security office. Most em-
should candles, cotton or paper for players will not hire a worker who
decorations be used on or around cannot present his Social Security
the tree. I card.


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THE STAR Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963
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First Lady
Of The World
"She was truly the First message saluting her as the
Lady of the World." architect of the U.N.'s Uni-
In these words, United versal Declaration of Human
Nations Secretary General U Rights.
Thant joined some one hun- Adlai E. Stevenson, Amer-
dred U.N. diplomats and 2,- ican Ambassador to the U.N.,
500 guests assembled in New was a close friend of Mrs.
York's Lincoln Center Phil- Roosevelt's and now heads the
harmonic Hall to pay tribute Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial
to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Foundation which is carrying
who died nearly one year ago, on the humanitarian program
on November 7, 1962. to which she devoted her life.
Thant knows Mrs. Roose- "She did her share more
velt's work at first -hand, for than any of us can ever do."
she was a tireless figure at the he said, speaking at the New
U.N., both as a U.S. delegate, York ceremony, "but we can
and private citizen, keep her light burning, we can
President Kennedy alluded continue and expand her
to this service in a personal work."


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Individuals who have never had
a Social Security card should apply
for one without delay, Carey con-
tinued. Women should check their
Social Security card now to be sure
that their card shows their correct
name. If the card happens to be in
their maiden name and the wom-
an worker has married, an appli-
cation should be made to have the
name changed.
Change of name on a Social Se-


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BEFORE trouble starts.
He's a professional who
uses NAPA Parts to keep
vehicles of all makes, models
and ages running smoothly.
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curity card can be accomplished at
the local District Office in a matter
of a few minutes, if the woman
worker brings her Social Security
card with her. It generally takes
about ten days, however, to issue
an original card for a person who
has never had one, or to furnish a
duplicate card when the individual
cannot bring the old card with him.
The key to all rights under So-
cial Security is the name and num-
ber on your individual Social Se-
curity card, Carey concluded. You
may not have retirement, disability
or survivors benefits rights under
Social Security unless you get cre-
dit for all of your earnings. Em-
ployers cannot possibly make a cor-
rect report of your earnings unless
you show them a corerct Social Se-
curity card. Individuals living out-
side of Panama City may obtain
the necessary application forms for
an original, a duplicate, or a change
of name, Social Security card at the
nearest Post Office.
The Social Security Office for
this area is located at 1135 Hard-
son Avenue, Panama City, Tele-
phone PO 3-5331.

First Baptist WMU

Circle One Meets
The WMS Number One of the
First Baptist Church met Decem-
ber 2 at the church. After the de-
votional by Mrs. Costin, Mrs. Cason
the president, presided over the
business session. Among the things
brought up was that the circle
would study the State Mission book
in Januray. Also, every member is
urged to read the New Testament
through in the Jubilee Year.
The WMU Christmas party will
be at the home of Mrs. C. G. Cos-
tin on the night of December 17.
All members, young people's coun-
sleors, and YWA girls are invited.
Each one is asked to bring a small
gift for a child in the children's
home.
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. Hazel Blackburn.


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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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THE STAR., Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963


Duck Hunters

Are Reminded of

Boating Laws
Duck hunters using boats are
reminded to comply with all of the
provisions of the Florida Boating
Safety Law according to John
Brown, regional manager, Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
"The law, passed by the 1963 ige-
islature, empowers the wildlife of-
ficers of this commission to enforce
the boating laws in addition to the
laws governing hunting and fish-
ing," Brown stated.
With the increasing numbers of
boaters on our public waters it has
become necessary to regulate the
waterways in the same manner as
our public highways are regulated
-the object in either case being
to reduce the number of accidents
and fatalities among the respective
users.
All boats, regardless of size or
whether or not a motor is used,
are required to carry safety equip-
ment and proper lights if operated
between sundown and sunrise.
Most of the hunting and fishing
boats in use are Class "A" boats
(under 16 feet in length) and must
carry one (1) life-saving device in
good and serviceable condition, ap-
proved by the U. S. Coast Guard,
for each passenger; one (1) oar or
paddle, and one (1) anchor and
rope of appropritae size and length.
Except for specific penalties pro-
vided for hit-and-run operating,
causing an accident while under
the influence of intoxicating bever-
ages or narcotics, and failure of
liveries (boat rental businesses) to
provide required safety equipment,
persons convicted of violating the
boating safety law shall be liable
to punishment of 90 days in jail
and/or $200.00 fine.
Complete information on Flor-
ida's boat registration and safety
laws is available from the office
of the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, P. 0. Box 576, Pan-
ama City. Florida (or at 226 Air.
port Drive), the Florida Boating
Council, and the State Board of
Conservation, 107 West Gaines
Street, Tallahassee, Florida.
Ask for the booklets "Safe Boat-
nig in Florida" and "Facts for
Pleasure Boat Owners."

Visit In South Carolina
Mrs. Blil Parker and daughters
Carol and Patti visited with rela-
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CARD OF THANKS
We are grateful to the many
who shared our grief and were
such a comfort and help to us dur-
ng the illness and loss of our loved
one. God bless each of you.
The family of
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nating layers of spicy peach gelatin, one layer sparkling with
canned fruit cocktail, the other "snowswept" with sour cream. Ac-
companied by hearty sandwiches, hot chicken consomme, a warm
custard for dessert and lots of hot coffee or. tea, 'Ski Slope Fruit
Salad" will highlight a meal of championship proportions.
This time of -year when .fresh fruits. are rather. scarce in mar-
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five different fruits cling peaches, 'pears, pineapple, maraschino
cherries and seedless green grapes -.into your menu-planning.
SKI SLOPf FRUIT SALAD
1 can (I lb. 14 oz.) fruit 1 cup boiling water
cocktail 1 cup tarragon vinegar.
3 packages (3 oz. each) peach 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind.
gelatin pint dairy sour cream
Z teaspoon" salt Crisp salad. greens
Drain fruit'.cocktail well, reserving syrup. Dissolve gelatin and
salt in boiling water. Stir in syrup, vinegar and lemon rind. Chill
until mixture mounds on spoon. Fold fruit cocktail into half of
gelatin mixture; fold sour cream .into remainder. Holding a 2-
quart mold on a slant, spoon in alternate layers of fruit and
cream mixtures. Chill in refrigerator until firm. Unmold on
crisD greens to serve. Makes 8 to 10 servings."


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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963


JANE PARKER-ENRICHED


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is overwhelming. It attempts to
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people are responisble, at least in-
directly, for the murder of our
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deliberately narrow the area of
"blame" and seek to convince our
nation and the world that the re-
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rests with the portion of our citi-
zens who embrace conservative,
rather than liberal, political opin-
ions. They imply that all who dis-
agree with some or many of Pres-
ident Kennedy's political principles
and practices are, in effect, guilty
of his assassination, and their hands
drip with his blood. Nothing could
be more incredible than this whol-
ly unfounded accusation.
It seems quite probable that we
may never know with any degree
of certainty what terrible forces
led or drove the assassin to commit
his dastardly crime. But we can
know with complete certainty that
an earnest and honest difference of
political opinion did not kill Presi-
dent Kennedy. Neither the Ameri-
can people as a whole, nor the seg-
ment of our population which holds


conservative political o p inions,
should be made to feel guilt for a
tragic event which was beyond our
understanding or control.
Many fine patriots, with unques-
tionable love and loyalty for our
nation, have long been engaged in
a sincere struggle to return us to
the great founding principles and
proper constitutional government
upon which the true greatness of
our country was built. Their lib-
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country and all her people:
Rev. David D. Neese

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