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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 12, 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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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-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 NUMBER 13


HISTORICAL FLOAT-Pictured above is the float
entered in Saturday's parade by the Gulf County
Historical Commission. The float depicted the
signing of Florida's first constitution. Riding the
float, acting out the part of the signers were,


J. Lamar Miller, Jake Belin, Silas R. Stone,
Charles B. Smith, Paul S. Fensom and W. C.
Roche. Roche is the descendant of one of the
signers of the constitution. -- photo


Huge Crowd Enjoys Activity


Of "Constitution Day" Here
w *y


Over 5,000 people turned out on crowds moved to the Centennial
a cold, wiidy overcast day Satur- Building to observe "Constitution
day to witness one of the finest Day" observances of speeches, a
Christmas parades put on in Port free fish fry, horse show and band
St. Joe. concerts.
A dozen floats competed for cash Floats entered in the parade re-
prizes of $150.00 in the big parade flected the growing keen competi-
along with numerous decorated tion for prizes in the annual event.
cars and- parading bands, scouts More finese is being noticed in
and other, groups. floats built each year.
Fo wing the p a r a d e, the Vitro -Services walked pif.with
'.' first prizewith their float picturedL
: below/The Kiwanis Club rendition
of the old Iola Railroad engine
", took second prize, and the Garden
S" Club took third prize in float com-
petition.
There were many other fine
floats in the parade that made the
judging difficult, such as the
American Legion's replica of the


battleship USS Maryland, with the
theme of remembering Pearl Har-
bor Day.
Speeches
At the Centennial Building, Con-
gressman Bob Sikes and Governor
Farris Bryant made the featured
addresses of the day.
Sikes asked cooperation with
President Johnson in carrying out
his job as our new President. He
pointed out that Johnson could be
a great president if he would be
president "in his own name". He
urge stronger opposition to the
"Civil Rights" bill.
Sikes praised the efforts of Gov-
ernor Farris Bryant in seeing the
.realization of work starting on the
Cross State Barge Canal and sug-
gested that the new canal be nam-
ed after Bryant.
Governor Bryant pointed to the
losing of state control over matters
in this day. He stated that those
who drew up the first Constitu-
tion certainly disagreed on certain
items, but they worked out their
differences in a document to be
governed by. The Governor said,
"it is up to civilized people to
take their differences to the con.
ference table and not to violent
action or war if the world of free-
dom is to survive",


FIRST PRIZE WINNER-Above is the first prize winning float of
Vitro Services in the Christmas parade Saturday, depicting the
spirit of Christmas. AwaitingSanta is Debra Burns and Jackie Ard.


Post Office Sets

Long Hours for

Christmas
Postmaster Chauncey Costin


nounced this week that the local
post office would be open on Sat-
urday afternoon, December 14 and
December 21 (normal closing time
for Saturday is 12 noon) to give
patrons this additional'" time to
make their Christmas mailings and
to avoid the congestion which
would necessarily occur on the fol-
lowing Monday. Costin further
stated that there would be no mail
delivery on any Sunday between
now and Christmas except for spe-
cial delivery and perishable mat-
ter. He stated, however, that mail
would be distributed to post office
boxes and be dispatched on Sunday
as usual.
Mail Volume Up
Costin said the .number of par-
cels being received at the local
post office is in excess of the num-
ber recorded for the same period
last year and also Christmas cards
were beginning to be mailed in
substantial numbers which would
indicate that local patrons are co-
operating in the "Shop,and mail
early campaign". Shopping and
mailing early benefits everyone,
the postmaster observed. Custom-
ers who buy early get the pick of
the Christmas stocks; the local
economy is aided by the business
activity created, and everyone-in-
cluding the postal service-is hap-
py about the additional time that
early mailings allow. Early mailing
also gives us time to get gifts and
cards in the hands of addresses in
good condition with less chance of
damage or delay due to human er-
ror.
The postmaster also encouraged
the use of ZIP Code in both return
and destination addresses to fur-
ther speed delivery.


Write Letters COUNTY

To Santa Now EEKS
Boys and girls, The E I
Star is again this year S
urging that you write a
letter to Santa Claus
and drop it in the mail


addressed either to The Sharks Open Cage
Star or to Santa Claus. Op e
All of these letters
will be published in Season With Three
The Star in the Christ.
mas edition which will W i
be mailed on December Successive Wins
24. All of the letters to
Santa will appear on The Port St. Joe Sharks basket-
the front page of that ball team has started off the sea-
issue. son with a winning streak of three
The letters will then games against no defeats, under
be forwarded on to the leadership of Coach Bobby
Santa Claus so that he Brown. The Sharks, usually a
will know your wishes strong cage contender have been
before Christmas. a little off their usual pace for the
Be sure to write your past two years, but have started
letter to Santa Claus this season to make their presence
and mail it before De- felt throughout the area.
member 20 so that it Last Friday night, the Sharks
can be printed in the opened their season over Coach
newspaper. Brown's former squad, the Chipley
Tigers. The Sharks thoroughly
I0l* ou sII" defeated the Tigers, 86-57 behind
liday HOUSe"' the shooting of Fred Chason, Jake
Belin and Leslie Nichols, who pick-
pen By Circle ed up 26, 18 and 12 points respec-
Randy Weston starred on the
The Morning Glory Circle of the backboards gathering in 13 re-
Port St. Joe Garden Club extends bounds.
a cordial invitation to everyone to The Sharks gathered an eight
attend their "Holiday House" on point lead in the first quarter and
Sunday, December 15. They have bested the Tigers in scoring in ev-
decorated the new home of Mr. and ery quarter.
Mrs. George G. Tapper on 1600 Defeat Rams
Constitution Drive. They have car- Saturday night the Sharks took
ried out a theme in keeping with in their second win of the season
the colonial architecture, using all 56 to 42 against the Rutherford
natural materials including some Rams of Panama City.
fresh fruits. Bill Versiga was hot on the nets
Especially unique, is a Victorian for the Sharks laying in 18 points,
tree, featuring satin-wrapped pack- (Continued On Page 4)
ages and other tree 'decorations


typical of the Victorian era..,
"Holiday K. useI1 hears are be-'
tween 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. A silver
offering will be taken for the Gar-
den Center Fund. Coffee will be
served by the hostess, Mrs. George
Tapper.


Jaycees Trees

Have Arrived
The Port St. Joe Jaycees re-
ported yesterday at noon that
their Christmas trees have arriv-
ed.
The Christmas tree sale is an
annual project of the Jaycees to
help raise money to finance their
"Toys for Tots" program.
The trees will be on sale all
day, Monday through Saturday,
on the vacant lot beside Surplus
Sales of St. Joe furniture store
on Highway 98.
The trees range in size from
three to eight feet and are sell-
ing at $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50.
The Jaycees urge you to buy a
tree and help some unfortunate
family at Christmas time.

Dr. L. S. Oliver Will
Speak At Nazarene Church
Dr. L. S. Oliver, of Birmingham,
Ala., will be speaking at the
Church of the Nazarene, Friday
13 at 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Oliver is the district super-
intendent of the Alabama and West
Florida District, Church of the Na-
zarene.
"We extend an invitation to the
public to attend this service," says
Rev. J. A. Blackwell, pastor.


SEAT PETITION


COURT


ACTION


Group Files Writ of Mandamus In

Circuit Court Last Thursday


High School

Honor Roll

Students Listed
Wayne Saunders, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School has re-
leased the following names appear-
ing on the honor roll for the sec-
ond six week period.


All "A"
7th-Linda Gayle Kimbrel.
9th-Rainey Fendley.
10th Dennis Dawson,
Gaughf and Jake Belin.
11th-Bobby Antley.
A and R Honor Roll


7th-Jeannine Britt, Donald But-
ler, Tim Griffin, Dianne Dawson,
Gail Powell, Eugenia Traweek, Li-
da Combs, Lavonia McMullan, John
Lewis, Joseph McLeod, John Ford,
James White, Cassandra Fendley,
Shirley Tharpe.
8th-Freddy Anderson, Jackie
Evans, Pepper Brunner, Joy Fer-
rell, Becky Hendirx, Brenda Faison,
Janice Stripling, Dorothy Sutton,
Larry Cox, Tom Haddock and Jae
Freida Joines.
9th-Randy Armstrong, Andrew
Lewis, Carl Neel, Tommy Atchison,
Margo James, Phyllis Miles, Mary
Linda Garrett, Cherry White and
Muriel Everton.
10th-Maurice F u 1 ler, Barbara


Jean


SLast Rites Tod Lewis, Robin Downs, John Maddox,
L Iy Ann Belin, Jacque Price, Michele
Anchors, Pat White, Billy Antley,
0For Mrs. Roemer Catherine Ramsey, Betty Tomlin-
son, Sherry White, Judy Williams.
Funeral services for Mrs. Paula 11th-David Babbit, Wayne Brax-
Roemer, 54, who died Tuesday at ton, David Henderson, Linda Les-
11 a.m., in her home at Honeyville, ter, Norma Patterson, M a r ie
will be held today at 3:00 p.mn. Rhames, Sandra Lee, Fran Gunn,
(CST) at the Honeyville Methodist Paula Lovett, Patsy Prince, Pete
Church, with the Rev. Arthur Fus- Fox, Wanda Odom, Wanda Segers,
sel officiating and assisted by the Phyllis Smith.
Rev. Coyt Jordan, Rev. John Tay- 12th-Wayne Bryant, Douglas
lor,, Rev. W. J. Runnels and Rev. Hallman, Myron Merritt, Ellis Ste-
G. T. Hinton, all of Wewahitchka. vens, Forest Van Camp, Sandra
There will be Eastern Star services Bass, Sandra Baxley, Katrina Far-
at graveside. ris, June McKenzie, Elsie New-


Mrs. Roemer, the wife of school
board member, Bill Roemer, died
following a lingering illness.
Survivors include the husband,
Bill Roemer, Honeyville; three
daughters, Mrs. Pauline Frye,
Woodbridge, N. J., Mrs. Clara Har-
ris, Wewahitchka and Miss Virgin-
ia Roemer, Honeyville; one son,
Bill Roemer, Jr., Honeyville and
one brother, Karl Schmitt, Moanch-
weiler, Germany.
Pallbearers will be Laurence
Abrew, Luke Taunton, Roy Hodges,
Marvin Pitts, Nils Millergren and
Cubie Laird.
Comforter Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
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Methodist Church Choir
To Present "Messiah"
The choir of the First Methodist
Church, under the direction of
Tommy Pridgeon, 'will present a
musical program Sunday night, ex-
cerpts from Handel's "Messiah".
The program will begin at 7:30
p.m. in the auditorium of the
church.
The public is invited to attend.


some, Patsy Patterson, Kenneth
Dykes, Leon Hobbs, Annette Mi.
ley, David Roche, Jerry Wood, Kit-
ty Jones, Mary Alice Bilbourn and
Pat McCormick.

Mrs. Viola Walters Dies
Following Lingering Illness
Mrs. Viola Jenkins Walters, a
resident of this city for approxi-
mately 20 years, passed away Mon-
day in the Druid City Hospital,
Tuscaloosa, Ala., following a lin-
gering illness.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. Wednesday from the
First Baptist Church, Gordo, Ala.,
with Rev. J. C. Odum of Port St.
Joe, officiating.
Interment was in the Gordo City
Cemetery.
Mrs. Walters was a member of
the Rebecca and a member of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband,
Bill of Port St. Joe; two sons, Rob-
ert of Mobile, Ala., and Douglas
of Chattahoochee; four grandchil-
dren, four sisters and four bro-
thers.


vy 4 CLUBIi
SECOND PRIZE-The second prize winner was the St. Joseph and THIRD PLACE in the float contest was taken by the Garden Club
Lake Wimico to Iola Railroad entry of the Port St. Joe Kiwanis float. Featured on the float is native growth used for decoration.
Club. -* photos, The small passengers were Vicky Richards and Bill Wall.


"Little Taxpayers" Asks
Court for Intervention

The petition to call an election
to decide on the question of whe-
ther or not to re-locate the Gulf
county seat, moved into the
courts last Thursday.
The petitioners for the election
secured a Writ of Mandamus is-
sued by Judge Robert McCrary of
Marianna. The Writ, in effect, re-
quires the County Commission to
show cause why they have not yet
called the election to decide the
question.
The petitioners secured the Writ
feeling that the Commission has
had more than ample time to verify
the legality of the petition and call
for the election.
The petition is signed by Tom
S. Coldewey, Robert B. Fox, C. G.
Costin, Sr., and Roy F. Irwin as
qualified taxpayers and electors of
real or personal property in Gulf
County.
Another Group Intervenes
On Monday of this week the
"Little Taxpayers" asked the court
for permission to join into the suit
and defend the action of the Coun-
ty Commission in holding off call-
ing the election. Their intervention
documents were signed by Claude
Lister, Felton Smith, Forrest Rev-
els, Harold Canning and Charles
Morgan, all of Wewahitchka.
'Judge McCrary granted the "Lit-
tle Taxpayers" the right to inter-
vene.
Originally Judge McCrary order-
ed the County Commission to, ap-
pear before him today to answer
the Writ of Mandamus. After in-
tervention of the Wewahitchka
group, he delayed the appearance
date to next Friday morning at
9:00 a.m., CST, at the County Court
House.
Gaskin Advises
County Attorney David Carl
Gaskin reported to the County
Commission on Tuesday of this
week of happenings concerning
the Writ of Mandamus and the pe-
tition to intercede. He also advised
them of the new hearing date. He
then advised the Board to have
ready on December 20, their mas-
ter list of tax paying electors of
Gulf County to check the petition
for validity.
The meeting next Friday will
bring the arguments of both sides
before the Judge who will then de-
cide if unnecessary delay has been
effected by the County Commis-
sion and will then probably in-
struct them in their steps-to be
taken.


High School PTA

To Meet Tonight
The Port St. Joe High School
PTA will meet tonight in the High
School Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.
The devotional will be sung by
the High School Glee Club.
After a short business session,
the students will present this
month's program.
English classes in grades eight
through 12 have written and will
dramatize skits on: "The Three
Types of Study offered to the Stu-
dents of Port St. Joe High School";
"How a Eighth Grader Plans His
High School Curriculum and Cour-
ses of Study"; "The Types of Na
tional and State Tests Taken by
Our Students and Why They Are
Taken". The final skit will be a
group of senior students who will
discuss, 'The Question of Post High
School Training".
Attendance by the parents at the
first two meetings of the school
year have been very good. With
the fine programs that have been
prepared and the ones that will
be offered throughout the rest of
the school year, it is hoped that
the membership will continue to
grow.
All parents of sixth grade and
high school students are invited
to attend at 8:001 pjn. tonight


MONEY TALKS-Let keep
It where we can speak with if
once In a while-Trade with
your honme tow merchawdMi


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and Mrs. Bob Fox and Eagle Scouter Pete Fox.
Eagle Scouter Billy Wager along with his par-
ents, Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Wager.


with their parents. They are left to right, Mr. photo


Scouts Have Court of Honor


Boy Scout Troop 47 held their croff, 1; Jimmy Stafford, 3; Billy
annual holiday court of honor re- Simmons, 3 and Billy Wager, 2.
cently at the' Scout Hut with a Other Awards
large number of advancements and In addition to the above awards
badges awarded. the following awards and advance-
t bt d r t n ry> qnted at the


The awards were presented by
J. C. Belin, local advancements
chairman and a member of the
Lake-Sands District Board of Ea-
gle review.
Advancement badges awarded
were as follows:
TENDERFOOT George An-
chors, Dennis Atchison, Robert J.
Falisi,; Bill Hendrix, 'Jimmy My-
rick and Terry Parrish.
SECOND CLASS-Charles Black-
burn, Billy Carr, Joe Hendrix and
Buddy Lester.
FIRST CLASS-Jim Cox, Buddy
Lester and Billy Simmons.
. STAR-David Henderson and
Boyd Merritt.
LIFE-Eric Hammond and Rob-
ert Marlow.
EAGLE-Pete Fox and Billy
Wager.
Merit badges were awarded to
-.[.fllUwing:
Tofrniy Atchison, 2; Freddy An-
'derson. 2; Bryon Baxley, 2; Jake
'Belin, 1; Rex Buzzett, 2; 'Emory
Cason, 2; Jimmy Cox, 3; Pete Fox,
5; Eric Hammond, 3; David Hen-
derson, 7; Joe Hendrix, 2; Buddy
Lester, 2; Robert Marlow, 3; Boyd
Merritt, 4; Ray Ramsey, 2; Joe Ry-


last Court of Honor were made.
TENDERFOOT Jim Fensom,
Bill Hutchins, Bill Simmons and
James White.
SECOND CLASS-Jim Cox, De-
wayne Burch, Jim Fensom, Ronald
Mathis, Ray Ramsey, Billy Sim-
mons and Robert Williams.
FIRST CLASS-Freddy Ander-
son, DeWayne Burch, David Dick-
ey, Robert Marlow, Alfred Rudd
and Robert Williams.
STAR--Eric Hammond.
MERIT BADGES-Freddy Ander-
son, 1; DeWayne Burch, 3; Eric
Hammond, 6; David Henderson, 5;
John Maddox, 2; Ronald Mathis, 3;
Ray Ramsey, 3; Alfred Rudd, 3;
Billy Simmons, 1; Knapp Smith, 3;
Robert Williams, 2; and Jerry
Wynn, 2.

WHITE CITY VFD AUXILIARY
SCHEDULES XMAS PARTY
The White City VFD Auxiliary
will have a Christmas party in the
home of Mrs. Gefry Gordon on
Wednesday, December 18 at 10:00
a.m. Every member is urged to
attend.


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Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, December 16
Lima beans, boiled franks, but-
tered spiinach, cabbage slaw, hot
biscuits and butter, grape jelly and
mill.
Tuesday, 'December 17
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap
beans, carrot sticks, cookies,
white bread and milk.
Wednesday, December 18
Pork and noodles, green butter
beans, cheese Wedges, celery sticks,
prunes, white bread and milk.
Thursday, December 19
(Christmas Lunch)
Turkey and dressing, giblet gra-
vy, English peas, crab apples,
tossed salad and Christmas cake.
Friday, December 20
Macaroni salad, cheese 'and Ritz
crackers, white acre peas, spiced
beets, white bread and milk.
4*
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to take this means
of thanking the hospital staff, mihi
sisters and friends for their pray
ers and concern over the tragic
loss of our loved one, Tee Hicks
and son Mike. May God's richest
blessings be with you all.
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Hammn
and Family


You Men Who Wear
We hvae a nice selection of the famous

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$6.95 to $8.95


Give a Pair of
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Fur lined, fleece lined or unlined.
from $3.95 to $5.95


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The St. Joseph Historical Society
held its regular meeting Novem-
ber 30 at the Municipal Building.
President Jesse V. Stone presided
at the meeting.
Mrs. Ned S. Porter reported on.
the historical float depicting the
signing of Florida's first Constitu-
tion. John T. Simpson constructed'
the float with the aid of City of
Port St. Joe personnel. Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Howell, Jr., was in charge
of decorating the float. Mrs. Por-
ter reported the following men had
been fitted with attire of the per-
iod and would be on the float: J.
Lamar Miller, Paul S. Fensom, W.
C. Roche, Jake Belin, Silas R.
IStone and Charles B. Smith.
J. B. Williams reported on the
tour of historical sites on St. Jo-
seph Peninsula. This tour was con-
ducted by Jesse V. Stone for mem-
bers of the Society on November 9.
Plans were formulated to place
appropriate displays in the win-
dows of various business firms on
Constitution Day. Mrs. Potter re-
ported that through the courtesy
of Jake Belin and the St. Joe Pa-
per Co., several enlarged color.
photographs depicting scenes of
early Port St. Joe would be avail-
able fnr display on Constitution


year of any previous twelve STAC House To
months unless every precaution is STACHouse To
exercised.
Col. Kirkman had this bit of ad- ClOSe for Holidays
vice and information for holiday
season shoppers: The STAC House will re-open
January 4 after being closed for
More than half of all pedestrian the holidays. The announcement
accidents occur where there are was made as a precedent brought
NO traffic control facilities. So about in the past by the numerous


Day. I walk with the light when in town,
The nominating committee plac- and watch where you're going
ed a proposed slate of officers be- when in rural areas.
fore the body for the ensuing year. | Don't load your arms with bun-
The following officers were unani- dles and walk at random on city
mously elected: President, Charles streets. It's a deadly practice.
B. Smith; vice-president, Mrs. Ned; Don't walk from between parked
S. Porter; recording secretary and cars. Don't double park and sud-
publicity, Jesse V. Stone; treasurer, denly open your car door without
William H. Howell, Jr., and city observing what traffic is trying to
coordinator, J. B. Williams. pass your vehicle.
A report was made regarding the In other words, be extra ca'u-
bronze plaque to be placed on the tious during the holidays and be
Centennial Building. A report was around to celebrate January 1,
also made concerning the annual 1964. 4
February dinner meeting.

Local Auxiliary

j Entertains Vets
The annual Christmas party for
the detained veterans at the Chat- 4
Itahoochee Hospital was held Dec.
i10. Those participating in the pro-
gram from the Willis V. Rowan,
Unit 116 were* Mrs. P. G: Hart, 2nd
District president; Mrs. Madaleine
" Whitaker, 2nd District sec.-treas., r
s Mrs. Lois Daniell, unit president;
' Mrs .Elizabeth Jones, Mrs. Mmaie
Lou Dare and Mrs. Mozelle Tram-
mell, secretary.
The recreational hall was beau- r
tifully decorated with a giant glis- U
tening Christmas tree. A musical W
program was rendered by the pa-
tients consisting of recitals on the T]
organ, piano a,ccordian and cas- cr
tinets. t
Gifts were given by the Ameri- b
can Legion Department of Florida A
to each patient. A box of cookies, he
candy and a carton of cigarettes "
were presented. The 2nd District 17nC-C '
furnished the refreshments. The
ladies served at the tables and Mrs. 2
Whitaker acted as registration
hostess. "'


Historical Exhibits

On Display Here RCA

ty will have on exhibit until after
Christmas, several old relics at r Al
the Florida Power Corporation of- CO PACT
fice and Costin's Department ,.
Store. _
Books pertaining to the history
of this area, are still available
from all of the drug stores.
More

FHP Warns Against

Holiday Jaywalking to See
TALLAHASSEE -- The Florida | EVer v
Highway Patrol today asked Flor-
idians if they had considered how
many more safe walking days they
have until Christmas.
During the Christmas season
rush is a good time to learn how
to be a "safe and alive" pedestrian, The R
Patrol Comdr. H. N. Kirkman said, Mork 9 S
and reminded residents that "lives
will be lost during the rush unless
people take care."
And, he said, they will not all be RCA VICTO
lost on the highway by a long shot.
"People who pile high holiday C O L
season bundles and then take off
in every direction across the Smart wood-grainr
streets and highways of the state Glare-proof 265 sq
in their hurry and bustle to get 24,000-volt (factor
their Christmas shopping done $495
early, won't get it done at all- be- 0495
cause they will walk themselves to
death," warned the patrol chief.
The Patrol said that there is an ST JOE RADIO
increasing number of pedestrians *JOE RADIO
being killed in Florida and the re- 308 Fourth Street
cord could run the highest this,


I activities for teen-agers and adults


during this season of the year. This
allows everyone to take part in
other festive activities.
The doors will be open at 7:30
p.m. and all youth are urged to
come out and enjoy the top hits
on the record player and soft
drinks on the house.


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Meeting Reported


Opening Times
Sat. 12:45 p.m.
Sun. 2:45 p.m.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963


Coast Guard Seeks

Officer Candidates
The United States Coast Guard
Officer Candidate School in York-
town, Virginia is currently seeking
application's from young men be-
tween the ages of 21 and 26 who
have earned a college degree and
wish to fulfill their military obli-
gation as an officer. The February
1964 class at Yorktown is 17 weeks
of instruction. After graduation
you receive commission and serve
three years active duty. Further
information can b obtained by
writing Coast Guard Miami 32, Fla.

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Boy Scouts who received Eagle Scout awards at
a recent Counrt of Hononr held by Troop 47. along


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Mrs. Bill Ake Honored With Shower
Mrs. Bill Ake was honored recently with a surprise pink and
blue shower when Mrs. Patsy Blasham and Mrs. Helen Gilley en-
tertained for her at the Florida Power Lounge.
The guests were served dainty cakes, punch, coffee, nuts and
mints. Mrs. Ake was presented a white and pink corsage of mums
by the hostesses.
Mrs. Ake was the recipient of many lovely gifts.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963


How About Some Help for the President?

Before the Pensacola, Florida, city council came a reso-
liution authorizing the city manager to apply for a Federal
grant to pay about one-third of the cost of a sewage-treat-
ment works.
One councilman immediately moved that the resolution
be rejected because "all of us talk about the high cost of
Federal Government and all of us talk about how they should
curtail expenses I can't in all conscience vote for this
and then turn around and talk about the excessive expendi-
tures of the Federal Government."
In reply, another councilman said that "this is all very
noble, but we are contributing funds to the Federal Govern-
ment and if we don't get our share of it they are going to
distribute it to cities all over the United States." This was
the view which prevailed, by a six-to-four vote. Which is
0one reason President Johnson is having trouble cutting the
edeiral budget.
There is a footnote, however. A couple of weeks later
came a broader resolution which could have future impact.
It asks Florida's Congressmen to pass laws eliminating Fed-
eral aid such as grants for sewage projects and reducing
Federal aid to municipalities and states generally. It passed,
eight to two.
This may seem inconsistent, but what it really shows is
that in Pensacola as in other places in the nation, more and
more people are wondering or worrying about the economics
and ethics of the swelling pipelines from Washington. If
still more'would do so, it could mean considerable help for
the President in his tough task. -Wall Street Journal


It would give us great pleasure to see the City Commis-
sion of thie-City of Port St. Joe pass just such a resolution
and. send it to Washington. It would please us even more
to see such a resolution drawn up in model form by our City:
Commission and forwarded to the League of Municipalities,'
of which the City is a member, urging its circulation and
-adoption and suibsei fint sending to Washington by other ci-
ties throughout our nation. Such a step could be a beginning
of the end of the 50c dollars we receive back from Washing-
ton in the guise of "free Ogrants."


Just Look Who's Casting Stones of Blame!

It has amused us to see the "kindergarten tactics" of
some in the placing of the blame in the recent death of Presi-
dent Kennedy.
Even the so-called "learned" among the politicians
have laid the blame for the deed at the doorsteps of the
South. on the backs of the "Rightists" and even a few
have blamed the Communists (who share more of the so-
called "blame" than others).
It is sadly amusing to see the leaders of many of our
most powerful bodies in the U. S. departing from another of
the freedoms that we hold most dear that of a person
being innocent until proven guilty (and we suppose this .free-
dom would apply to groups as much as individuals).
And now, in recent days, the FBI, after a thorough in-
vestigation has declared that Oswald and Ruby .
were both "loners". Both felt they had a job to do, regard-
less-of how distasteful such "jobs" are to civilized human
beings.
But, getting back to this blame business. Who is to
blame? Certainly, I, along with Rev. Neese last week, re-
fuse to accept any part of the blame. But, who is to blame?
If I were capable of casting such a judgment on someone, I
would say that those very ones who are casting the blame
aside are guilty those in power.
Remembering that Oswald had shed his American citi-
zenship and adopted Russian citizenship, who was the
"statesman" who pulled the strings allowing Oswald re-enter
the U. S., resuming his citizenship. He was an alien. Why
didn't he wait his regular turn for immigration like others
alien to our nation? What was the system that would allow
such strings be pulled?' Find the answers to these questions,
and, in our opinion, you will lay the blame (if the blame may
at all be laid) at their feet.
"Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone ."



SYOu Are Welcome To The I
First United Pentecostal Church


Gardening In Florida ....


By HERVEY SHARPE, Editor
Florida Agricultural Extension
Service
Poinsettias are like most Christ.
mas shoppers' budgets-they are
in the red.
So if you don't have red poin-
settias to keep company with your
broke budget, it is not too late
to get a supply of the flowers.
Purchasing potted stock from a
garden center is the easiest way to
establish plantings of the holiday
ornamental. However, some green
thumb operators scavenge the
neighborhood for hardwood cutt-
ings when fellow gardeners prune
their poinsettias following the
flowering season.


spite of the wide adaptability, the tober will shorten the days, caus-
plants will present you a better ing plants to set buds and flower
show of color if you take proper before the holiday season.
care of them. You'll find that temperature is a
Fertilizer application is import- Iliiting factor for a good show of
ant. An application of 12 pounds flowers. If the night temperatures
of an 8-8-8 fertilizer per 100 square are much above 70 degrees, bud
feet of plant space earlier in the forming will be retarded. Freak
fall should now be producing large periods of hot weather during this
colorful bracts. The plants will critical time may not permit buds
need repeat applications of plant to form at all. The best flower de-
food in early spring, again in June velopment is when the night tem-
and perhaps during mid-summer if peratures range from 60 to 62 de-
there are heavy rains. grees.
For best results, prune poinset- Poinsettias can be used as cut
tias back in late winter or early flowers if the stems are treated to
spring after blooming is over or coagulate the milky sap and reduce
after the danger of frost has pas- wilting. As soon as the flowers are
sed. Cut them back to within 12 to cut immerse the cut ends in hot
18 inches of the ground unless water for about a minute, then
I-. '_ water for about a minute. then


Such pruned material can be they have been frozen back below
rooted. First, punch a 1-inch dia- this point. Then cut them back to
meter hole about 8 inches deep "live" wood.
into moist earth, then insert the You'll find that a compact plant
woody cutting into the hole and a compact
press the soil firmly around the will furnish more color than a
base. Be sure to keep the soil moist plant with few unbranched stalks.
until the cutting is well establish- To promote a. riot of colored
ed. bracts, prune the plants several
There are a number of poinset- times during the growing season.
tias to choose from, according to Cut the new growth back after it
Dr. T. J. Sheehan, ornamental hor- is 12 inches long, leaving four
ticulturist with the Florida Agri- leaves on each shoot. Be sure to
culturla Experiment Stations. He stop the pruning in early Septem-
says if you desire red-bracted var- ber, because ethe "flowering" buds
ieties, propagate such plants as are set in early October.
fireball, Indianapolis Red, Albert Poinsettias show their color ac-
Ecke, oak leaf or Mrs. Paul Ecke. cording to the day length and tem-
You can enjoy color combinations perature.
if you mingle the red plantings A plant near a lighted window
with Ecke white or a pink variety. or a street light often refuses to
Poinsettias will grow on a wide color up like a neighboring plant
range of soils, including sand, in a nearby darker corner. Dreary
muck, marl, rocky soil and clay. In skies in September and early Oc-


place them in cold water. Be sure
that the steaming water does not
damage the bracts.
An alternate method of halting
the oozing sap is to singe the cut
ends of the stem over a flame for
a couple of seconds and then place
the stems in cold water. For best
results and longer lasting beauty,
cut the poinsettias about 18 hours
before they are to be used in an
arrangement. Store the cut "flow-
ers" in a cool, draft-free place dur-
ing the waiting stage.

Below is the standings of the
City adult basketball league.
Team W L
Wewa Bank 6 0
Florida Nat. Bank -------2 4
Glidden Co. 2 4
Raffield Fisheries -------___ 2 4


Senator Tucker

Named to Council
TALLAHASSEE (Special)--Sen-
ator Luther Tucker of Wakulla
County has been named an Asseci-
ate member of the Legislative
Council's Commercial Code study
Committee by Council Chairman
James E. (Nick) Conner.
Senator John McCarty of Fort
Pierce is Chairman of the unit,
which will study the feasibility of
adopting the Uniform Commercial
Code governing the rules of busi-
ness, financial and commercial
transactions among states that
adhere to the Code.
Some 28 states have adopted the
Commercial Code in the past 10
years, and the Florida Legislature
last session passed a resolution in-
strucing the Council to conduct
public hearing to determine whe-
ther Florida business and profes-
sional people favor adoption of the
Code.
Other Senators serving with Mc-
Carty and Tucker include Irle
Bronson, Kissimmee; John E. Mat-
hews, Jr., Jacksonville; B. C. Pear-
ce, East Palatka; and George L.
Hollahan, Jr., Miami.
Representatives include William
G. O'Neill, Ocala; Weedie A. Liles,
Plant City; Wilber H. Boyd, Pal-
mette; and Lawton M. Chiles, Jr.,
Lakeland.




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Drive-In Theatre
Apalachicola, Florida
Thurs., Fri., Dec. 12, 13
EROTICA
Nudist Adult Show
In Color
Saturday, December 14
-- 3 Shows -
Valley of Dragons
Good Day for A
Hanging
Bowery Boys Show
Sun., Mon., Tues., Dec. 15, 16, 17
Toys In The Attic
with Dean Martin
Wednesday, December 18
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To Be Given Away
December 24


10th St. NW. and Victoria Avenue Highland View, Florida
Rev. JAMES J. HILL, Pastor.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15 A.M.
.EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
MED-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30 P.M.
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tHE STAR, Part St. Joe, PFt. :FOR SALE: Antique furniture and
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 chinaware. 2 bedsteads, I wood
ana one iron; 2 dressers; I dining
LiDie; z siae tales; I bwugcase wiLn
buoo~s; secretary; hal tree; large
YOUR HEALTH nmrror; cnottorobe. L G. Lupton,
Sbu th SLt. 4p-12,-
IS OUR BUSINESS I-OR SALE: 1958 Studebaker wa-
gon. t cylinder standard shift.
Sr ng Your .$ .6.U/ 14 Doat, 1 np. Johnson
rhng Your trailer, iuU,. Both a bargain.
'rescripfions f Across mne street trom Bsapust
a our / Cnurch in White City. ltp
L A A) F FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, $9,-
S/ .uu. Terms. 2 bedroom house
h ; at at. Joe Beacn. Terms. 3 bedroom
ormacy house, pool, chain lin: fence.
Terms. L. W. Long, 13 Hunter
Sircie. Phone 227-aod6. tic-12-5
FOR SALE: Stucco house situated
Buzzelt's Drug Store on 9UxlSU' lot. Near uementary
Drive-In Window service School. 3 Dedrooms. Hardwood
ve-in W dow ervic toors. House insulated. Chain li nk
free Parking tence around bacK yard. Reasonably
311 W iuams Ave.- priced. Call Will Ramsey 7-31b1
nay or 7-3646 might.
FOR SALE: Trailer and addition.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- 3 bedrooms, 15u'x75' corner lot.
itum apart. Phone z7'l-77Ul. U.c Trees, flowers, good lawn. St. Joe
iBeach. Uff highway. Nice quiet
FOR RENT: House with business neighborhood. Utility house, lawn
space attached, turmsed or un- furniture, 125 gal. underground
furnished. Ph. 229-1361. tfc-9-19 gas tank $28u0. Phone 227-784". Lf
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom house, FOR SALE: 3 bedroom nice mod-
cuiiner fenth Street and I ong ern home with 2 porches, nice
avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren. carport, 2u0 foot front on Highway
temuae 227-5471. tic-6-1I 71, White City. Call 229-1134. tic
F.OR RENT: Trailer space in Oak F-OR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, liv-
uruve. Sewer and water. $14.u0 ing room with fireplace, dining
miuLli. 2uone L. C. Davis, 227-7U59. room, kitchen with large breakfast
FOR RENT: Nice furnished utility ooUh, vetiuUlan UdMla,
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart. 1 .s tank. ne block trom school.
ueit lor couAv le only at 1227 1 bud 8th Street. Call SUnset 5-8157,
luiumntidi Ave. Piione 227-7i41. t panama City.
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom cot- WANTED AT ONCE: Rawleigh
ages, furnishe. on apt a. Also Dealer in Gulf Co., or Port St.
2 bedroom unurmshe apt. Call Joe. Write Rawleigh, Dept, FAK
227-b111 or call by Smith's Phar- WMemphis, eig. -21--, F
macy. ,c 100-3, Memphis, Tenn. 11-21-1-9
macy. u -
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house fu-I FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Lo-
nshed or unfurnished at Oak cated on 2 corner lots. Ideal lo-
Grove. all Bill unarr at 227-8111. cation for schools, Well landscaped.
Gro all Bill. Located 301 16th t. Call 648-4735.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
apartment. 522t Third Street. Marvin Ave. (high side). Well es
.$4b00. Water furnished. Cll 22l tablished. lawn and shrubs. Has,
8642. tfc- 4 well. Approx. 1350 sq. ft Lot 753
FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bedroom 150. Inquire 227-7006 after 3:00 pm.
furnished apartment. Phone 229- WANTED: Couple to live in home.
4261 between 9-6 p.m.-or 648-4600 WANTED: Couple to live in home.
after 6.tfc-11-14 Just pay utilities for rent and
look alter house. Completely lur-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. nibhed. 1. C. Lupton, 8th St. and
1506 Long Ave. Downstairs. Call Long Ave. 502 8th St. 4tp-12-
,227-5426. John Scott. tfc-11-14 PEcANS FOR SALE: 25e lb. Mixed
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house. varieties. 523 9th St., W. J. Her-
Palm Blvd. Call Cecil G. Costin, ring. Phone 227-3941. 2tp-ll-2
Jr., 227-4311 tfc-11-21 BE ASSURED of money for Christ-
FCR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- mas shopping-part time work-
ed apartment. 619 Woodward no experience necessary. Wnte
Avenue. $35.00 per mo. Call Gene Avon Mgr., Mrs. Dorothy Martin
Halley, Tallahassee, Florida. Phone P. 0. Box 3345, MSS, Tallahassee
224-9180 or 385-3139. tfc-11-21 Fla. 3tc-11-21
FOR RENT: One furnished and one SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Cal
unfurnished 2 bedroom apt. Buford Griffin, Phone 227-701J
Phone 227-7761. tfec for quick expert service. tic
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished 2 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 114
bedroom brick home and small THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet
apartment, 13ul Long Ave., $11,000 ing second and fourth Tues4al
Phone 648-4128. Mira. nights, 8:00 p.m. American Leglou
.- Home.
FOR SALE: Wall gas heater and
automatic washing machine. W. IT'S EASY AND SAFE TO MOVI
W. Barrier, Jr., Phone 227-4636. THE MAYFLOWER, WAYI
Aero Mayflower Transit Compan;
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- places a complete nation-wide long
ment, 706 Woodward Ave. Ideal distance moving service at youz
for couple. For further information command! Whether you,: move 1i
call 227-3941. 2tp-12-12 a few hundred miles or thousands
FOR SA : -- the Mayflower System assures sat
FOR SALE: Beautiful old brick isfactory service. If you're planning
home, 1800 sq. ft. livnig area, to move why not call your loca
double carport with workshop and Mayflower agents, SURPLUS
utility storeroom. Lot 200' x 100', SALES of ST. JOE, Today. Jus
landscaped front and back, 75' con- Phone 227-2011. Across from tht
create driveway. Central air condi- Post Office.
tioning and heating. Paneled kit-
chen with built-in cabinets, oven- LET US SHOW YOU our beautiful
range, refrigator-freezer, garbage line of Christmas cards. Stop bI
disposal, and dinette table. Wall to The Star or call 227-3161.
wlal carpeting and wall to wall,
floor to ceiling drapes in living ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
room area. Three bedrooms, large every Wednesday night, 8 p.m
paneled Florida room, living room t Parish House, 309% .6th St. Port
and dining room. Cedar lined clo- St Joe, Fla. Phone 229-336 fo
sets. Pole mounted Channel Master Joe F one 22-3
antenna with rotor and controls. Iu iher information or write P. 0
Located across from Constitution Euo 535.
Park in the loveliest residential -
area of Port St. Joe. 109 Allen Me- SAM RITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0
moral Way. Phone 227-2771. Price 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
$27,800. Itp Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in Americar
Legion hall. All members urged t(
FOR SALE: 24' boat, 18 hp. John- attend.
"son motor with trailer, $150. Noble Grand: Emmett Daniel)
A bargain. Across the street from Secretaiy: J. C. Martin.
Baptist Church in White City. ip -
THERE WILL BE a regular corn
FOR SALE: One Allstate motor munication oi Port St. Joe Lodge
scooter, in excellent mechanical No. 111, F. & A. M., every tirst
condition. Call 227-3751, Pete Fox and third Thursdayv at 8:00 p.m.
for details, tfc A
FOR SALE: Automatic Zig-Zag '64


model sewing machine, with 'drop-
in cams. Pay four payments of
only $10.26. Write credit manager,
Atlas Sewing Center, 280 N. Pala-
fox St., Pensacola. Mail early. Lim-
ited amount only. 2tc-12


ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M
H. L. BURGE, Sec.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation in
St. Joseph Chapter No. 5d, R. A
M. 2nd and 4th Mondays. Ail visit


Score by quarters:
Sharks Win Port St. Joe -- 5 16 16 19-56
Rutherford Hi ___12 8 9 15--42
(Continued From Page 1) sharks fg ft tp j Chipley fg ft tp
Sh l h A .ntn Belin 7 4 18 Register 10 2 22
anad was the onlv Shark shooting


over 10 points.
Versiga also starred in rebounds'
gathering in 13.


Best Altha
Tuesday night, the Sharks made
it three in a row over Altha. The
Calhoun County squad was defeat-
ed by a score of 66-53.
Three Sharks shot above the 10
point mark to aid the winner's
cause. Randy Weston and Fred
Chason each laid in 18 points. Bill
Versiga continued his hot streak
of Saturday night with 16 points.
Versiga controlled the backboards


with a big 22 rebounds.
Sharks fg ft tp Rams
Belin 3 3 9 Peel
Versiga 8 2 18 Brock
Weston 2 3 7 Schults
Hobbs 0 6 6 Stitcher
Chason 4 0 8 Molder
Nichols 0 8 8 Loftin
Brannen
Corbitt


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2 0 4
02 2
5 6 16
20 4
3 5 11
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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.


Local People Get

'Bit' by Promoters


Versiga 2 3 7 Varnum 1 1 3 When ,ve read in the papers of
WVeston 3 0 6 Davis 9 9 13 cases o usury in the larger cities,
Hobbs 1 1 3 C'pepper 0 1 1 I'
hason 114 26 Lee 13 5 we discount it as an instance that
as 2 2 6 Watt6 5 1 3 can never happen in one of the
)akes 2 2 6 Watts 5 3 smaller cities such as Port-St. Joe.
Aellng 3 0 2 2 But it does happen here.
A'strong 3 0 61
Nichols 5 2 121 Just this week local attorneys
Score by Quarters: have had to intercede for at least
Port St. Joe ___-__14 26 22 24-86 two local residents who realized
Chipley High ____ 6 17 15 19-57 they were victims of a swindle
Shraks fg ft tp | Altha fg ft tp and were not too ashamed of be-
Belin 3 1 7 Ayers 5 4 14 ling "taken" to try and do some-
Versiga 6 4 16 Alday 1 0 2 thing about it.
Weston 7 4 18 Martin 23 71
Weston 7 4bbs 18 Martin 2 3 5 Local attorneys and legitimate
Hobbs 1 0 2 Hollis 1 3 5 financing institutions warn against
Chason 9 0 18 Trickey 6 4 16 institutions warn against
A'strong 1 0 2 Granger 4 1 9 signing up for "time payments"
Nichols 1 1 3 1on home improvements or purchas-
Score by Quarters: ing shell homes under a plan of
Port St. Joe --13 24 13 16-66 the company doing its own financ-
Altha High ----- 7 12 18 16-53 ing or offering a financing
Tn r ....... h.t th. .h,,^.q k program.
.L~iIUJUW I5LJ.. L~ ~O4XS uO


UIUAomorrow ng gt tUb ke1arS J ra-
vel to Quincy for their first out-
of-town game. Next Tuesday, they
will meet Apalachicola in the oys-
ter city.

State Approves Purchase
Of Part of Park Site
The State Outdoor Recreation-
al Planning Committee approved
Tuesday the purchase of 90 acres
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4tp, 12-5 Curtis Hammond, Jr. OT lana n Gulf C county.
Ct HActing director William Kidd
NOTICE said the Gulf County tract, a
We wsih to advise that an appli- small triangular beach on St.
cation was tendered for filing with Josh's Peninsula, would cost
the Federal Communications Com- Joseph's Peninsula, would cost
munication in Washington, D. C., the state $2.50 an acre. It will
on November 5, 1963, for renewal be used in development of a
of broadcast license for radio sta- state park on the peninsula.
tion WJOE, Port St. Joe, Florida.
WJOE operates on the frequency The committee is currently ne-
of 1080 kc. WJOE is owned and op- gotiating with the federal gov-
erated by Robert D. Sidwell trade- ernment for acquisition of 671
ing as Little Joe Enterprises. The additional acres on the peninsu-
application of this station for re-
newal of its license to operate this la for the proposed park.
station in the public interest was
tendered for filing with the Feder-
al Communications Commission on Commission Asks State To
November 5, 1963. Members of the,
public who desire to bring to the Resurface Part of Hiway 71
commission's attention facts con- In Tuesday's County Commission
cerning the operation of this 'sta- In Tuesday's County Commission
tion should write to the Federal meeting the Board adopted a re-
Communications C o m is s ion, solution to send to the State Road
Washington 25, D. C., not later Department requesting the resur-
than December 26, 1963, where facing of Highway 71 between Por
they should set forth in detail the facing of Highway 71 between Pok
specific facts which the writer St. Joe and Cypress Creek.
wishes the commission to consider, The resolution was accompanied
in the passing on this application. by pictures showing the great
3tc-12-5 -_ of the project and deplorable con-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTIN edition of the roadway.
AND FOR GULF COUNTY, The Board also asked the SRD
FLORIDA to accelerate Gulf's entire road
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE program, especially their second-
COMPANY, corporation, ary work already requested.
Plaintiff,
-vs-
ESTOIN CLEMENTS et ux, 'Rotary Hears
Deendants. Kotary
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE STATE OF FLORIDA T rs
To: Eston Clements, whose resi- IIStorian Thursday
dence is Cairo, Georgi.. His mail-
ing address is Post Office Box 417, Charles B. Smith, president of
Cairo, Gergia. cents, whose resi- the Historical Society, spoke to
d0.nce is Cairo, Georgia. Her mail- the Rotary Club Thursday telling
ir g address is Post Office Box 417, them of old Port St. Joe's role in
C iro, Georgia. framing Florida's first constitu-
You are hereby notified that a tion
s tit has been filed against you in tion.
the above entitled cause, and that Smith said that in these days,
you are required to file your an- Western Floridians wanted to na-
swer with the Clerk of this Court nex with Alabama and central
and to serve a copy thereof upon Floridians wanted to divide the
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attor-
neys, whose name and address is state at the Suwannee River. Time
Ji unings, Watts, Clarke and IIamil- doesn't change much does it?
too, 1200 Barnett National Bank Florida's petition for statehood
i Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida.fter framing of the constitution
not later than December 31, 1963. after framing of the constitution
If ou fail to do so a decree pro hung fire in Congress for several
conlesso will be entered against years because of opposition in the
you for the relief demanded in the state, but with the admission of
coa plaint. This suit is to foreclose Iowa as a state, Congress overrode
a D orlgage. The real property pro- objections a nd made Florida a
cce ted against is: objections and made Florida a
L >t 26 in Block 69, according to state in keep the balnace of slave
tle plat of the re-subdivision of and free states.
a il Blocks 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 13,
'it and 75, according to Official Ironically enough, when the cen-
Mlap No. 12 of Port St. Joe, Flor- stitution was put to the people for
iHa, filed the 29th day of June, a vote, old St. Joseph, host for the
1] 25, as same appears on file in convention, voted against the rati-
tne office of the Clerk of the fiction of the measure, 232 to 50.
( ircuit Court in Gulf County, Geatson f themeasure 232 to
Florida. Guests of the club were R. L.
WITNESS my hand and the seal McConnell, Jr., of Panama City and
of said Court at Wewahitchka, Jim Archambault of St. Louis,
Fl rida, this 23rd day of Novem- Mich.
bei, 1963.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE Dr. Bill Wager was inducted as
Clerk of the Circuit Court a new member.
(C( LURT SEAL) 4t-11-28


In too many instances these con-
cerns are financing through their
own offices under dummy financial
institutions at exhorbitant interest
rates. One specific case that was
just handled here in Port St. Joe
had the purchaser of a home pay-
ing nearly 18 percent on his loan.
Recognized financial institu-
tions suggest doing your home


or home Improvement financing
through a government insured
agency such as banks, savings
and loan or Title I institutions.
Of course, there are other legi-
timate financial sources such as
insurance companies, etc.
If your home or home. improve-
ment financing is not done thru
one of these agencies, it would
probably save you a lot of money
and a good deal of trouble to in-
vest a little money in the ser-
vices of an attorney to read your
proposed contract and advise you
before signing.
In one specific instance here in
Port St. Joe, a Negro had been
sold a home two years ago for $3,-
710.00. He has paid nearly $80.00 a
month for two years on the home.
Recently he wanted to refinance
with a savings and loan institution
to lower his payments. When the
pay-off of his home was asked for
from his financing agency, it was
found that it would take nearly
$4,200.00 to pay the home off-or
$500.00 more than he paid for the
home after making payments every
month for two years.
The services of a lawyer were
obtained and legal fees resulted to
threaten suit for usury against the
concern who then dropped the pay-
off value of the home down to $3,-
700 or right back where the
man started two years ago.


So this experience cost him
$80.00 a month for two years, plus
a lawyer's fee and he still owes
the original purchase price of his
home.
Incidentally, his payments now,
financed over an eight year per-
iod rather than the original seven
year period is now approximately
half his original payment. He is
now financing through a legiti-
mate financial institution.
. This same sort of deal is being
worked also. It is worked especially
by those concerns who advertise
consolidating all your old debts in
with your "home improvement"
payments. Other gimmicks are
charging exhorbitant interest rates
for granting a financing period of
10 years for home improvement
payments. Government insured
institutions, under Title I will
grant only a five-year repayment
period. -Z--
In one particular instance, a
man received a $2,500 addition to
his home yet was persuaded to sign
a mortgage for $5,000- to stretch
his payments over a' 10. year per-
iod.
This article is being written to
warn the public that such activi-
ties are going on here in Port St.
Joe and to warn the public to in-
vestigate before they sign a
mortgage for homes or improve-
ments.


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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963


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the Overstreet post office said this
week.
"Part of the post office effort
to encourage a wider use of ZIP
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that they will receive a message
from Santa Claus if they write to
him by December 15 at "North
Pole 99701" and use their own ZIP
codes in their return addresses,"
Postmaster Hardy explained.


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Barbara Eells In

College Who's Who
Twenty-five Nichols State Col-
lege Students have been selected
for inclusion in the 1964 edition
of "Who's Who" among students
in American universities and col-
leges. Among those chosen is Bar-
bara Eells, a senior in health and
physical education (an alumnus of
Port St. Joe High School.) Miss
Eells is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Eells, Jr., of Houma,
La., and the granddaughter of Mrs.
B. W. Eells of this city.
Seniors and juniors were nom-
inated by a faculty-student com-
mittee considering a student's citi-
zenship participation and leader-
ship in academic and extra-curricu-
lar activities, scholarship and gen-
eral promsie of future usefulness
to business and society.
Race Track Funds Mailed
TALLAHASSEE State Comp-
troller Ray E. Green said today
checks for $1,000 from the race
track tax fund will be mailed to-
morrow to each of the 67 counties.
The Comptroller said the total
received by each county thus far
this fiscal yaer is $46,444. This is
$6,500 more than each county re-
ceived for the same period last
year.


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Everyone is invited to attend,
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will present a talk on hydrofoil
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FsE s'TAR. *orl s Joe. FlA. vide suitAble-reas zfor-the disg of Tucker' Chedvlet Company-did
THURSbAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 Posai of spoil on easements now not include the Automatic hubs as
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 e by the Umted States Corps advertised for, the difference in
o0 Jnamneers and shall assist i the price would more than compen-
Mnue of, the the cost of retaining such works, sate for the trouble of getting out
Minutes of the b. provide and maintain ade- of the cab to engage the front
County Commission quate terminal and transfer La- wheel drive and thereupon sec-
Scilines open to all on equal onded the motion. The motion was
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA terms; unanimously carried.
NovWEWAHITCHKAmber 26, 1963FLORIDAc. provide and maintain without The Chairman called on Mrs. C.
November 26, 1963 cost to the United States depths G. Rish, Supervisor of Registration,
The Board of County Commis- in berthing areas and local ac- to file her list of qualified voters
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, cess channels serving the ter- as requested'by this Board.
met this date in regular session minals commensurate with the Whereupon, Mrs. Rish filed her
enith the following members pres- depth provided in the related list of qualified voters. The Chair-
ent: A. J. Strickland, Chairman, S. puject areas; and man,told Mrs. Rish that due to the
C. Player, Walter Graham and d. Hold and save' the United illness of the County Attorney,
Sherff,s G. McDael. The Clerknt and States free from damages due Commissioner Graham will ques-
Civil Defense Director were also to the construction and mainten- tion her as to the list.
prCivil Defense Director were ance of the project, including Q. Was this list made by taking
present ing came to order at damages to wharves, piers, bulk- the name of every registered voter
6:30 p.m. Commissioner Graham heads, land or other structures as of August 27, 1963, from the of-
opened the meeting with prayer. for the widening and deepening of ficial. registration book of Gulf
Dr. Robert E. King appeared'be- the Gulf County Canal from St. County, Florida?
fore the Board on behalf of the Joseph's Bay to the Intracoastal A. Yes, and I included all names
Port St. Joe Port Authority and Waterway, and registered up to the close of the
Portold the Board of the urgent need BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, books.
to widen and deepen the Guent that a copy of this resolution be Q., Was this list prepared by you
County Canal from the St. GuJoseph's mailed to the Corps of Engineers. as Supervisor of Registration or by
Bay to the Intracoastal Waterway Adopted in open session this 26th someone directly under your sup-
system After discussion, the Board day of November 1963. (end) ervision?
unanimously adopted the following Pursuant to notice published ac- A. I prepared the list.
resolunanimously adopted: cording to law the Board received The following questions were
resolution LUTION the following bids to furnish the asked by Hon. Mayo C. Johnston.
BOARD of COUNTY county trucks, to-wit: Q. Were any names added to
COMMISSIONERS, GULF COUNTY For Mosquito Control Depart- your list after August 27, 1963?
WHEREAS, the Board of County ment: A. Yes, about 300 were added.
Commissioners of Gulf County, Gulf White Truck, Inc., 1 1964 The Chairman asked the Clerk if
Florida, has for many years advo- I ton pick-up, $2,501.39. he had prepared a list of persons
coated the widening and deepening Cook Motor Co., Inc., 1 1964 owning property on which taxes
of the Gulf County Canal from St. Ford F250 % Ton pick-up $2,515.00. were paid who were not listed on
Joseph's Bay to the Intracoastal Tillman Chevrolet Co., 1 1964 the Tax Collectors list of Tax Pay-
Waterwa System, andIntracoastal Chevrolet Model K2534 pick-up, $2,- ers. The Clerk announced that he
WHEREAS, The Board of Coun 585.07. has prepared such a list showing
ty Commissioners has been advis- Tucker Chevrolet Company, 1 approximately 722 names.
ed that the approval of this pro- 1964 % ton pick-up model K2534, The following questions were
ject is contingent upon the assur- $2,360.02. asked the Clerk by Commissioner
ance to the United States Corps of For Road Department: Graham.f Circuit
Engineers that a local interest, Tillman Chevrolet Co., 1 1964 Q. Are you the Clerk of Circuit
such as this Board, should provide % ton carryall (including trade-in Court of Gulf County, Florida?
the following requirements of lo- of 1954 Y ton truck) $2,531.90. A. Yes, sir.
cal cooperation, and Tucker Chevrolet Co., 1 1964 Q. Did you prepare a list to sup-
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- Chevrolet carryall, % ton, (includ- plement the list of qualified tax
SOLVED by the Board of County ing trade-in of 1954 % ton truck) payers in Gulf County, Florida, by
Commissioners of Gulf County, $2,382.06. examining the deed records in
Florida, that saidNBoard will, with- After consideration, Commission- your office to det .rmine names on
in the limits of authority vested in er McDaniel announced that be- the deed that mignt not appear on
them by the State of Florida: cause Tucker Chevrolet Company the tax roll?
a. Assist without cost to the is low bidder on each truck, he A. Yes sir, I have prepared the
United States in the establish- moved to purchase each truck as list.
ment of necessary dikes, bulk- per said bid. Commissioner Gra- Q. Did you check the names of
heads, and embankments, to pro- ham said that even though the bid every partnership, fictitious name,


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A. es,, i m u e s at ex4mination
au ujasLi eaci sucn name.
Au.er lI.Ucn tiSecussixun, Lommis-
anucer levClauiel moveai to taDle
,t.s maer unuiii sucn tune ine
uumnty AILorney can De present t10
aavise the Board.
''ne counsel for the Petitioners
area tne ibuar not to lelay tnls
umaLer but to maaie a decision to-
mignt to call an election to give
the people of the County a chance
to vote on the question. He assured
the Commission that more than
enough names were on the peti-
tion.


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The Counsel for the Little Tax
Payers informed the Board that
an election cannot be called at
this time because the list that the
Supervisor presented i n c 1 uded
names that were not eligible and R
gave several other reasons.
Commissioner Player suggested
that the Board request the Supervi- P
sor to prepare an additional list D
showing only the names of those ]
that registered after August 27,
1963, and that those names not be
considered in determining a mas-
ter list; that the-Board must as
soon after the additional list is
presented and begin working on t
the master list. He then said he
was against tabling this matter,
but thought it should be pushed as i
fast. as possible.
Commisisoner Graham said he
thought the Board should continue
to work on this matter without de-
lay in order to assure the people
this Board is doing everything it
can in bringing this question to a
head.
Commissioner McDaniel asked if
it would be legal to call an election
at this time. Attorney Mayo C.
Johnston, answered that it would
not be legal. Commissioner McDan-
iel then stated that the Board will
have to call an election if one is
called; that he feels it is going to
Court regardless of the way it
goes; that his personal feelings are
at stake but he has to eliminate
these feelings and do as he ought
to do even though it is a decision
that we must make whether we
like it or not, that I am sorry I
have to make this motion but to
be fair to all the people in the
county, I now make a motion that
this Board call an election to be
held on the same date as the May
Primary Election. After receiving
no second to this motion the Chair-
man declared it dead.
After further discussion, Com-
missioner Player moved that the
Supervisor prepare a supplemental
list showing the names of those
that were registerde after August
27, 1963, and that this Board meet
as soon thereafter, as possible to
begin work on a master list to be
used in determining the exact
number qualified to sign the peti-
tion. Motion seconded by Commis-
sioner Graham and upon vote was
unanimously carried.
Whereupon, the Chairman re-
quested Mrs. C. G. Rish, Supervi-
sor, to prepare the list as per mo-
tion and stated that he will con-
tact each member the day after the
list is filed with him.
L. Frank Graddy, Jr., filed the
following report:
The five General Insurance Ag-
ents domiciled in this County have
met as per your instructions of
November 12, 1963, and the fol-
lowing are the unanimous recom-
mendations of this group:
1. That Frank Graddy, Gulf
County Insurance Agency, Wewa-
hitchka, be the controlling Agent


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or lal of the County's insurance
business.
2. That all Agents will retain
he same business that they now
iave except the fire insurance cov-
erage on the Court House and con-
ents, which will be re-divided
with each Agent writing 1/6 of
he total coverage with his own
company, and the controlling Ag-
int Frank Graddy will write 2/6
if the total coverage.
3. The controlling Agent is to
ecomment any changes in cov-
erage to the Board and when new
coverage is desired on items not
covered under the present plan to
recommend coverage and recom-
nend which Agent to write this
coverage. All new coverage of this
sort will be recommended for
placement with the Agent that has
the least amount of the county
business.
After consideration the Board
unanimously voted to accept said
plan.
The following vacation plan for
County Employees was approved:
Length of service Vacation
1-4 years ---------One Week
4-10 years -------- Two Weeks
Over 10 years Three Weeks
There being no further business,
the meeting adjourned.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core A. J. Srticklqnd
Clerk Chairman
NOTICE OF SALE
You are hereby notified that the
following motor vehicle: 1958
Chevrolet Biscayne D58A151140,
will be sold at public sale at 3:00
P.M., o'clock on the 19th day of
December, 1963, at Bill Lynch's
Body Shop, Port St. Joe, Florida.
The proceeds of the sale will be
applied first to the payment of the
costs of retaking, storing and sale
of said motor vehicle and the cost
of publication of notice of sale and
then to the satisfaction of the bal-
ance due under the contract cover-
ing the finnacing of said motor ve-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963

BOWLING NEWS
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE
Thursday morning proved to be
an exciting morning of bowling for
Amison Seafood and Jitney Jungle
(first and second place teams).
They split their games two points
each. All the bowlers had a lot of
fun. High bowler for Amison Sea-
food was Doris Amison with a 469
series. This placed Doris second
high series for the lanes. Lois
Smith bowled a 424 and Verna
Burch a 418. Bowling high for Jit-
ney Jungle was Evelyn Smith with
a 434 series. Jean Stebel bowled a
414.
St. Joe Natural Gas took three
games allowing West Florida Gas
only one. This set West Florida
Gas back a little. Bowling high for
Natural Gas was Wanda Oglesby
with a 382 series. Janet Heath
bowled a 370 series. Mary Brown
was high for West Florida Gas
with a 336 series. Aline Abrams
bowled a 330 series. Allie McDon-
ald had a good game of 131.
The Whitfield Strikers and Team
No. 8 split their games two and
two. Norma Zeigler bowled high
for Whitfield Strikers with a 374
series. Ruby Lucas was next with
a 338 series. Eula Dickey had a


good game 128. (Don't know what
happneed to Jerry Freeman this
week). Mary Harrison was really
on the ball for Team No. 8 with a
409 sriees. She had two real good
games of 152 and 158. (Good bowl-
ing Mary). Norma Zeigler picked
up a 7-9 split.
Faye's Seafood Grill won three
games and Rich's Super Market
got c-fe game. Ann Whittle was on
the ball bowling a 431 series and
a 1A game. (Good bowling Ann).
Lucille Pierce was next with a 381
series. Bowling high for Rich's was
Gloria Morgan with a 362 sereis.
Jonnia Sykes was next with a 323
series and a real good game of
155. (Nice going Jonnia.)
Team Standings W L
Amison Seafood -----32 12
Jitney Jungle ---26 18
Whitfield Strikers -- 21 23
West Fla. Gas Co. -- 20 24
Team No. 8 ----20 24
Rich's Super Market 19% 24%
Faye's Seafood Grill 19 25
St. Joe Natural Gas 18% 25%
By Maxine Jensen
Comforter's was the victors Fri-
day night gaainst St. Joe Furniture
, taking all four points. Raffield
Fisheries .won over Florida Nation-
al Bank taking all four points.
Maxine Jensen led her team with
a 505 series with games of 171,
180 and 154. Sue Moore is still
raising her average as she had a


415 series.
Wynell Burke bowled a 398 ser-
ies for St. Joe Furniture also pick-
ing up the 5-10 split. Ann Davis
was next with a 349 series.
Evelyn Murdock led Raffield's
with a 471 series. Her games were
155, 157 and 159. Joan Myres held
the spotlight as she bowled games
of 125, 191 and 133 for a series of
449. This is really good bowling
Joan! Jo Ferrell and Jean Stoufer
had series of 444 and 421.
Jo Ann Holland led for Florida
National Bank with a 384 series.
Carolyn Sickmon was next with a
346 series.
Team Standings W L
Raffield Fisheries ------34 22
Comforter's 34 22
St. Joe Furniture ---25 31
Florida Nat. Bank ------19 37

CARD OF THANKS
I would like to express my
thanks and deepest appreciation
for all the flowers, cards and many
acts of kindness extended to me
during my recent illness. I would
especially like to thank Dr. Wayne
Hendrix and the entire hospital
staff for their wonderful care and
concern for me while I was in the
hospital. May God bless you all.
T. M. WATTS
SUPPORT THR SHARKS


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Fla., completed four weeks of com-
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jeune, N. C.
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