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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chaffahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1963 NUMBER 14
FIRST- OCK FISH of the "rock fish season" was brought
in last week by J. T. Ivey and his son Phillip. They
caught the fish in the Intra-Coastal Canal between White
City and Lake Wimico. J. T. said, "It isn't a big one, but
I just wanted everyone to know that I beat Jeff Plair to
the punch this year." ( photo)
2 CAGE WINS
De fat Quincy and Apalachicola
Squbcac Remains Undefeated After Five Games
-The Port St. Joe Sharks now have
five basketball games under their as
belt thiis season, and aresportiiin eneit Basketball
a perfectgecord, with five wins and
no losses. Game Saturday
The Shark& made it four in a row .. ..
last Friday night by drubbing the In Wewahitchka
Quincy High Tigers 73-42. The W IIIIIIU
Sharks took a 19-9 lead in the first
A benefit basketball game wil
in every quarter. The Shark squad be played in Wewahitchka Satur
tripled thea rTige-i scoring ef-. The film will begin at 7:00 p.m
tripledthe: Tigersscor-ing ef- it -was announced this week.
forts in the second quarter, gather-
ing 186ifits tW'the Tigers 6. Featured in the game will be
BilLVersiga was the big gun for the junior and varsity squads of
l e the Wewahitchka Gators and the
the Sharks on both defense and Port St. Joe Sharks.
offense. Versiga picked up 24 The proceeds from the game wi
points and plucked 11 rebounds off The proceeds from the game wil
the backboards. Jake Belin and be equally divided between the
Fred Chason also scored in the Wewahitchka Fire Department's
Fred Chason also scored in the program for underprivileged chil
doublefigures, getting 15 and 12 dren and the Port St. Joe Jaycee's
points respectively. "Toys for Tots" program.
The Junior Sharks also took a Everyone is urged to attend.
win to-clean -sweep Quincy, 48-39. Everyone is urd to attend.
Sharks fg ft tp Quincy fg ft tp CITY BASKETBALL
Belin 6S3 15 Coleman 3 5 11
Versiga. 10 4 24 Porch 3 2 8 LEAGUE STANDINGS
Weston 2 4 8 Whitley 2 3 7 Wewa Bank 8
Hobbs- 1 4 .6 Doner 43 11 Wewa iona l Bank -nk 8 (
Chasot -5 2 12 Baker 1 1 3 Florida National Bank ___ 4
Oakes 2 0 4 Sperling 1 0 2 Glidden Co. 3
A'strong 1 0 2 Raffield Fisheries ______ 2 (
Young- 1 0 2
Score by quarters: Ninth Grade Civics
St. Joe --------19 18 15 21-73 Classes Tour Paper Mill
Quincy:Tigers __ 9 6 11 16-42 ODecember 10 th
On Tuesday, December 10, the
Bill Versiga continued to
big gun for the Sharks Tuesday
night 'in .Apalachicola as the
Sharks downed Chapman by a 68-
41 score.-Versiga led his team with
16ff pointsand took in 12 rebounds.
Oltndy Weston was close on Versi-
gi heels with 15 points. Both
,Jake Belin and Fred Chason put
10 points through the nets. Sharp-
shooting Chason has had his trou-
bles from heavy guarding in the
last few games, but his team-mates
have filled in the slack.
The Sharks had only a one point
lead after the first stanza but stea-
dily widened the margin in all
three of the other periods, nearly
doubling .Chapman's point output
in every quarter.
The Shark Junior Varsity made,
it two victories in a row by de-
feating Apalachicola 53-27.
Sharks fg ft tp Apalach fg ft tp
Belin 5 0 10 Renfro 1 0 2
Versiga 7 2 16 Bartley 2 2 6
Weston 7 1 15 Brooks 6 4 16
Hobbs 4 1 9 Hendels 5 0 10
Chason 5 0 10 Lashley 3 1 7
Oakes 2 0 4
Nichols 1 2 4
Score by quarters:
St. Joe ---------14 10 19 25-67
Apalachicola 13 5 10 13--41
The Sharks will close out their
1963 season tomorrow night on the
home court against the Blountstown
Tigers. The Sharks will resume
play after the holidays on January
10 in Malone.
St. Joe Paper Company kindly al-
lowed the ninth grade civics clas-
ses of the Port St. Joe High School
to visit the paper mill. This service
greatly helped the students to learn
more about one of the industries
of Port St. Joe.
The students would like to thank
the Paper Company and the guides
for increasing their knowledge of
how the paper mill is operated.
To Santa Now
Boys and girls, The
Star is again this year
urging that you write a
letter to Santa Claus
and drop it in the mail
addressed either to The
Star or to Santa Claus.
All of these letters
will be published in
The Star in the Christ-
mas edition which will
be mailed on December
24. All of the letters to
Santa will appear on
the front page of that
The letters will then
be forwarded on to
Santa Claus so that he
will know your wishes
Be sure to write your
letter to Santa Claus
and mail it before De-
cember 20 so that it
can be printed in the
CITY HALL HOURS
O pnu"e Rece, i Ave The Board decided that the City
Hall will be closed Monday, Tues-
M o* u e day and Wednesday of next week
0ino r 1liules to allow employees a long holiday
M I off-time period. The City Hall will
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lynn were close at noon Saturday and will re-
treated at the Municipal Hospital, open on Thursday inorning of next
last Wednesday night following a week.
wreck on the Howard Creek Road Ordinances currently being con-
just North of White City. sidered by the Board for regulation
Lynn and his wife were return- of bicycle riding to lessen traffic
ing from Howard's Creek at about danger and to regulate nuisance
11:45 p.m., when the rear tire blew dogs were put off until after the
out on their car. The vehicle went the year, when they willbe
out of control and traveled for 84 taken up again for study.
feet before leaving the pavement
on the left and turning over.
The automobile was a complete
There were no charges filed.
Midnight Mass Set
At Catholic Church,
On Christmas Eve, midnight
Mass will be celebrated at Saint
Joseph's Catholic Church. Cele-
brant will be Father Paul Hogar-
ty. Christmas hymns will be pre-
sented before Holy Mass, begin-
ning at 11:30 p.m., by Mrs. John
Crotty of Tallahassee. Mrs. Crotty
is presently assistant choir direc-
tor at Trinity Methodist Church in
Tallahassee. She is receiving her
Master's degree in Sacred Music
from Florida State University this
December. The public is invited.
Long Avenue Xmas
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
choir will present their Christmas
cantata music program Sunday
night, at 7:30 p.m. in the church
auditorium, according to anno'Mnce-
ment by the Pastor, Rev. J. C. Od-
The choir will present the can.
tata "Good Tidings of Joy" by For-
rest G. Walter, under the direcitun
of Wesley R. Ramsey. Mrs. M. L.
Britt will accompany the program
at the organ.
Everyone is invited to attend
this Christmas music program.
Miss Evelyn Dockery attended
the Bell-Alligood wedding last
Saturday in Jacksonville.
Keyettes Tell Kiwanis Club of Aims
And Purposes of Newly Formed Group
The Kiwanis Club's newest club keep their dues up to date.
sponsored youth organization-the Barbara Weeks told of the "ob-
Keyettes-presented the program jects" of the club, which is, like the
to the club Tuesday. Kiwanis Club, service.
Different members of the Key- Katrina Farris spoke on the two
ettes talked on different aspects projects the new club is already
of the girl's orgnaization and what working on. They are each seeking
it provides for young girls., working on. They are each seeking
it provides for young girls. to purchase enough Savings Stamps
The speakers and their subjects with their own earnings to pur-
were as follows: chase a Savings Bond. The first
Polly Pyle, "Organization of the girl securing a bond will also re-
Club", the club was recently or- ceive a prize. The club also decor-
ganized with a membership of 33 ated the dining room for the Ki-
girls. Members are picked from wanis Club's recent "Ladies'
members of the Junior and Senior Night".
classes. 'Club president, Gayle Anderson
Evelyn Dockery spoke on "Mem- acted as Mistress of Ceremonies for
bership". She told of the qualifi- the program.
cations that must be met by girls
scholastically and socially to be a Guests of the club were Mrs.
member of Keyettes. Margaret Biggs, Keyette Club
Shelly Coldewey spoke on "Dis- sponsor, Herbert Smith and Albert
cipline". Each girl is expected to Gentry, Key Club members and
maintain certain st o
Palmer Garden of Panama City. damage.
It was brought to the attention
of the Board that the street is im-
passable on Avenue B between Bat-
tle and Forrest Park. Dot Hadden
was authorized to fix the street.
MISS SANDRA BASS
SJHS Good Citizen
The Daughters of the American
Revolution annually sponsor a con-
test stressing and promoting qual-
ities of good citizenhsip.
Girls competing for the award
must possess to an outstanding de-
gree these qualities:
(a) Dependability including
truthfulness, loyalty and punctual-
(b) Service cooperation, cour-
tesy, consideration of others.
(c) Leadership-personality, self
(d) Patriotism -unselfish inter-
est in family, community and na-
The members of the senior class
and faculty selected Sandra Bass
as the candidate for Port St. Joe
As the St. Joe High School Good
Citizen, Sandra will receive from
the St. Andrew Bay Chapter of the
DAR, a pin and certificate.
In addition, she will be eligible
to compete for the State Good Citi-
zenship Award; the winner of
which will be eligible for the na-
Exploding Heater Damages
Home On Avenue 'A'
An exploding heater in the home
of Joe Bewey at 400 Avenue A
Wednesday morning called the
Volunteer Fire Department to ac-
The heater, located in a beauty
parlor in the home exploded when
lighted and set the room afire.
Quick action by the fire depart-
ment confined the flames to the
one room. Part of the remainder
of the home suffered some water
Set for City Hall
A short meeting was held by the
City Commission Tuesday night to
authorize Christmas bonuses for
City employees and to set holiday
hours for the City Hall.
All employees of the City were
granted a Christmas bonus by the
Board, as is their custom each
Courthouse Hearing Set
By Judge McCrary Friday
Star Will Go In
The Mail Tuesday
For Next Week
The Star will go to press on
Monday for next week's issue
in order to allow our employees
to take off the Christmas holi-
You will receive next week's
paper on Tuesday, December 24.
All news or advertising for
next week's issue must be in our
offices no later than 10:00 a.m.
Large Crowd At
High School PTA
One of the largest crowds of the
year was in attendance at the High
School PTA meeting last Thursday.
Commission Ratifies 530 Signatures
On Petition As Being Acceptable
The Gulf County Commission to appear before him on Decem-
went into a marathon special ses- ber 12 and show why they had not
sion last Thursday evening to try called the election as yet.
and draw up a master list of quali- In the meantime, a group known
fied names to ratify a petition pre- as "Little Taxpayers" from Wewa-
sented them on August 27 request- hitchka had intervened on behalf
ing an election to decide whether of the Commission requesting more
or not to change the location of the time to prepare for the hearing.
Gulf County seat. At the last Commission meeting
After working from 6:30 p.m. on December 10; Attorney Gaskin
to 2:00 A.M. Friday morning, the advised the Board of the Mandamus
Commission came up with a list writ and the intervening action
of 1,123 voter-taxpayers qualified and advised the Board to continue
to sign the petition presented with their work of drawing up the
them in August. Comparing the master list and verifying names on
list with names of the petition, the petition.
the Commission ratified as cor- This the Board did last Thurs-
rect, 530 of the 791 names on day night.
the petition. Unofficially, the HEARING FRIDAY
Commission has said, in effect, As a result of the intervening ac-
that more than the required
number of names appear on the
commission r e q u e sting the
election to be called. The law
requires at least one third of the
Tax paying voters to sign the pe-
tition in order for the election
to be called.
The petitioners had filed a writ
of Mandamus on December 5 re-
questing the court to instruct the
Board to go ahead and ratify the
petition before them wiht deliber-
Judge Robert McCrary issued the
tion last week by the "Little Tax- The program was presented by stu-
payers", Judge McCrary delayed 'dents of grades eight through 12
the hearing date until tomorrow, and the newly formed High School
At 9:00 A.M., CST, the Board
will appear before Judge McCrary
in the Gulf County Courthouse
courtroom. At this time both the
petitioners and the Little Taxpay-
ers will be heard by Judge Mc-
Crary as well as the County Com-
mission. The Judge will hear ar-
guments from all parties at Fri-
The Judge will take all testi-
mony presented under advisement
Glee Club presented a musical de-
votional of sacred and Christmas
The Glee Club, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. James Harrison was
composed of: Betty Creamer, Dian-
ne Segers, Julia Boyett, Peggy
White, Elaine Blackburn, Nancy
McInnis, Britt Dunlap, R o bin
Downs, Emory Burleson, Sue Odom,
Faith Ferrel, Jackie Prince, Bran-
da Parker, Deanna Rush, Sherry
Thornton, Muriel Everton, Karen
Strickland, E2&y Antley =, Ju-
Wanda Odum accompanied the
group at the piano.
Each grade, eight through 12
presented a skit of how they are
utilizing a planning service of the
school to plan their curriculum to
better benefit their planned voca-
tion. The skits also included me-
thods of taking grading tests for
college entrance, scholarships and
Performing in the skits, directed
by Mrs. W. C. Ivey, guidance coun-
selor, were: Joe Hendrix, Billy Sim-
mons, Becky Hendrix, Dianne
Tripp, Jae Freida Joines, Barbara
Buzzett, Joan Lee, Pepper Bruner,
Mary Ann Miller, Kenneth Avant,
Sherry Thornton, Muriel Everton,
Bobby Ellzey, Sandy McDaniels,
Betty Tomlinson, Danny Odum, Ce-
lia Creech, Paula Lovett, Barbara
Weeks, Bobby Antley, Bobby Guil-
ford, John Marks, Annette Lewis,
Gayle Odum, Sandra Bass, Sandra
Baxley, Kenneth Dykes, Johnny
Oakes, Ellis Stevens, Forrest Van
Camp, Emory Burleson, Dennis
White, Tommy Sisk, Rodney Her-
ring and Albert Gentry.
The program was narrated by
lation and chances are that it will
be sold and put into limited opera-
Herbert Brown, manager of the
Southeast Terminals here in Port
St. Joe, which ceased operations
on November 17 of this year, gave
the Rotary Club a little history of
this industry at the regular meet-
ing of the club last Thursday.
Brown told the club that the
pipeline terminal was originally
scheduled for Bay County, but per-
mission could not be obtained to
run the pipe under existing rail-
roads in the county, so it was lo-
cated at Port St. Joe.
The line first began operation
on December 14, 1940. Since that
time, it has pumped continuously
24 hours a day except for two
Christmas days when it was closed
down for 24 hour periods.
The terminal grew from a 27,000
barrel daily capacity to 42,000 bar-
rels per day. The pipeline, which
is essentially a transportation com-
pany consisted of an eight inch
line from here to Chattanooga,
Tennessee. Brown said that it took
34,000 barrels of product just to
fill the pipeline from here to
Closing of the station here, lets
17 men out of local employment.
An overheated flue on Avenue C
called out the Port St. Joe Volun-
teer Fire Department last Sunday
evening at 6:00 p.m.
The alarm was sounded when a
stove flue going -through a card-
board covered wall, set the card-
board on fire.
Quick action by visiting neigh-
bors saved the house from exten-
sive damage when they tore the
burning paper from the wall and
threw it outside.
The fire was out when firemen
arrived on the scene.
FREE SHOW BEING OFFERED
ON CHRISTMAS EVE
A free movie is being offered
for the enjoyment of everyone of
everyone on Tuesday afternoon of
next week by the Florida Bank,
St. Joseph Telephone and Tele-
graph Co., St. Joe Paper Company
and the Port Theatre.
The show will begin at 2:00 pm.
and features "Snow White and
The Three Stooges".
Their payroll amounted to about
$200,000 per year. All of these men
have either taken retirement or
been placed at other pumping sta-
The local industry had a tank
storage farm capable of holding
979,000 barrels. They had two
ship berths at the water front and
were capable of handling any ship
up to the smaller super tankers.
The facility was the largest facility
of its kind in the southeast until
the construction of the "super"
pipeline which forced them out of
The demise of the local station
was brought about by the forma-
tion of the Colonial Pipeline Com-
pany, which include Pure and Gulf
(operators of the local terminal) in
the partnership. The new company
has consrtucted a 1600 mile 36 inch
pipeline from Houston, Texas via
Greensboro, N. C., to Linden, N. J.
The new line is capable of hand-
ling up to 800,000 barrels of pro-
duct per day and will go through
the area formerly served by the
Brown said that attempts are be-
ing made to sell the local instal-
JAYCEE CHRISTMAS TREE SALE
Pete Peters and Ruel Whitehurst (left) are being shown a fine
Christmas tree last Saturday afternoon at the Jaycee Christmas
tree sales lot on Highway 98. Making the sale are Harry P.
Tison, third from left, and Edwin Peters. The Jaycees still have
a few of the fir trees left.
Board OK's Voter List
-writ calling for the County Board for study.
Brown Tells Rotary History of
Southeast Terminals Operation
On Tuesday night, about 45
members of the WMU of the First
Baptist Church met at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.,
for their annual Christmas party.
The entire home was most at-
tractive in the Christmas motif,
with a beautifully lighted Christ-
Gifts for children at the Baptist
children's home in Lakeland were
brought at this time.
The Christmas story was read by
Mrs. Willie Mae Giles followed
with prayer by Mrs. H. F. Ayers.
The YWA girls entertained the
group with several games that af-
forde'd much merriment.
Miss Sandra Baxley poured tea
and Miss Linda Tharpe poured
-- Spiced tea, coffee, fruit cake,
pound cake. salted nuts and
Christmas candies were served to
On departing for their several
homes, all expressed their joy for
a lovely evening.
Home 'for Holidays
Richard Zipperer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer, will spend
the Christmas holidays here. Rich-
ard is stationed at Fort Jackson,
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS
Miss Kay Creech is spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Creech. She is a student
at Asbury College, Witmore, Ky.
To Arrive Home dress, with matcmng accessories,
Daid Odum will arrive home a corsage of red carnations given
Monday from Arkadelphia, Ark., to her by the hostesses.
to spend the holidays with his Thirty guests enjoyed the occa-
parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Odum. sion.
Bridge Luncheon Honors
Bride-Elect, Ann Miller
Mrs. Robert Fox and Mrs. Percy
Fleishel entertained with a bridge
luncheon in honor of Miss Ann
Miller, bride-elect, in the home of
Mrs. Fox, 1303 Constitution Drive.
The living room, dining room
and den were beautifully decorat-
ed with holly, greenery and red
berries. Each table overlaid with
white linen and lace cloths.
The hostesses presented the
bride-elect with an electric buffet
After an afternoon of bridge,
the honoree was given a surprise
Miss Miller wore a black crepe
Alden Farris Working
With New York Firm
L. Alden Farris, whose parents
reside at 528 Sixth Street, has re-
cently accepted additional respon-
sibilities in his present position as
Assistant Account for Underwrit-
ers Salvage Company of New York.
This being a visitation program to
that Company's Departmental Of-
fices in San Francisco, Dallas, At-
lanta and Boston with the purpose
of analyzing and evaluating the
present Accounting Operations and
Upon completion, Mr. Farris is
to make recommendations regard-
ing the feasibility of the installa-
tion of a computer system connect-
ed to the main accounting offices
in New York by means of a Tele-
phone/Telex Communication Sys-
tem. At the present time the eval-
uation program is being carried out
with the cooperation of the Friden
Calculator Corporation and the Na-
tional Cash Register Company.
Mr. Farris, whose residence is
now in Riverdale, New York, has
been connected with this organi-
zation since June of 1961.
Underwriters Salvage Company
of New York is a "Service Organ-
ization" owned by approximately
63 of the nations largest Fire Un-
derwriting Insurance Companies.
They have operations in 24 major
cities across the country with fa-
cilities to handle and dispose of
damaged merchandise ranging from
bulk rancid peanut butter, damag-
ed bales of cotton, ladies furs,
men's clothing, wrecked and stolen
Mr. Farris is expected to spend
the Christmas holidays in Port St.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1963
Mr. and Mrs. George Franklin
Dennis of St. Joe Beach announce
the birth of a daughter, Leslie Mi-
chels on December 10.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Film Set At
The 98 minute film "Golgotha"
will be shown Sunday night at the
Pentecostal Holiness Church at the
corner of Garrison Avenue and
20th Street, according to the pas-
tor, Rev. Jack Carter.
The film with a cast of thou-
sands depicts the betrayal, the last
supper, the crucifixion and resur-
rection of Jesus Christ.
Here is the unmatched master-
piece of religious films. The ac-
companying musical score, compos-
ed especially for "Golgotha" by
Jacques Ibert, is as beautiful as it
is moving, and the picture follows
faithfully the Biblical narrative.
The public is invited to see this
. and buy at these great savings! LI4. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Smith, 2104
Palm Blvd., announce the birth of
a son, Daniel Mark on Nov. 23.
SYou Men Who Wear Hats Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerald Raf-
We have a nice selection of the famous field, 520 Third Street announce
E V NA 1the birth of a daughter, Teresa Ma-
STEVENS HATS rieon December 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gonzala Mc-
6 95 to $895 Laurin of Apalachicola announce
$6.95 to $8.95' 'the birth of a daughter, Patsy Nan-
nette on December 8.
Give a Pair of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elmer Ernst
of 814 Garrison Avenue announce
Gloves for Christmas the birth of a son, Bryan Wayne
By Tex Tan and Wolverine. Nationally on December 14.
advertised. Black, brown and gray. Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Williams of
Fur lined, fleece lined or unlined. 205 9th Street, announce the birth
.....- of a daughter, Diana Sheral on De-
from $3.95 to $5.95 member 15.
S ,../ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Collinsworth,
1604 Long Avenue announce the
/ birth of a daughter, Laura Susan
on December 9.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Whitting-
ton, Jr., announce the birth of a
son, George Allen, Jr., on Decem-
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Towel sets and pillow case
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Watch the Danny Kaye Show on CBS-TV, Wednesday evenings
WINS PRIZE-Wayne Weeks (above right) is presented
a "Jimmy Jet" toy set by Ed Woods, ower of the IGA
Foodliner here in Port St. Joe. Wayne,. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Collis Weeks of 1707 Garrison Avenue, won
the toy through a registration at the Foodliner.
*THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fi. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1963
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed.
room apart. Phone 227-7761. tfc
FOR RENT: House with business
space attached, furnished or un-
furnished. Ph. 229-1361. tfc-9-19
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house.
corner Tenth Street and long
Avenue. Call Mrs. Nora Duren.
Phone 227-5471. tfc-6-13
FOR RENT: Trailer 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. tk r
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-
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. Costin,
Jr., 227-4311 tfc-11-21
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, Ige
carport, 908 Woodward Ae. $45.
pe mo. Call 227-3081. ltp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment. 619 Woodward
Avenue. $35.00 per mo. Call Gene
Halley, Tallahassee, Florida. Phone
224-9180 or 385-3139. tfc-11-21
FOR RENT OR SALE: Furnished 2
bedroom brick home and small
apartment, 1301 Long Ave., $11,000
Phone 648-4128. Mira.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment, 706 Woodward Ave. Ideal
for couple. For further information
call 227-3941. 2tp-12-12
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
FUR 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
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: 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: Bundy clarinet by Sel-
mer, carrying case and metal
music stand. $75.00. like new. Call
FOR SALE: larley-Davidson 'Scat'
motorcycle. 1962 model. Al Ca-
h,,v, ihp 648Q-4170 or i648-4480f A
or come by Mexico Beach Grocery.
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
1 Only, Reg. $169.95 RCA Flight Line
Tape Recorder ------Sale $100.00
1 Only, Reg. $29.95 HILTON
Tape Recorder ------. sale 17.95
1 Only, Reg. $24.95 8 Transistor
Transistor Radio -- ---Sale 12.95
1 Only, Reg. $19.95 6 Transistor Philco with gift pack
Transistor Radio -- .- Sale 12.95
I Only, Reg. $29.95
Hair Dryer with case -_ Sale 17.95
Our Complete Stock (Good selection)
Channel Master Radios 10% Discount
Our Stock of Philco
Philco Console Television 15 % Discount
This Sale Good Dec. 20 thru Dec. 24 Only
ST. JOE RADIO & TV COMPANY
304 FOURTH STREET PHONE 227-4081
T ROpening Times
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Florida National Bank
St. Joseph Telephone
& Telegraph Co.
St. Joe Paper Co.
"THE THING WITHOUT A FACE"
An AMFRICAN INTERNATIONAL Picture
furniture, 125 gal. underground nights, 8:00 pn.m. American Legion Edgar L. Smith, High Priest dence is Cairo, Georgia. His mail- VARNIE MARTIN,
gas tank $2800. Phone 227-7846. tf Home. Roy L. Burch, Secretary ing address is Post Office Box 417, Deceased.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom nice mod- NOTICE Hilda B. Clements, whose resi- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ern home with 2 porches, nice IT'S EASY AND SAFE TO MOVE All creditors of the estate of
carport, 200 foot front on Hihway ITHE MAYFLOWER WAYI We wsih to advise that an appli- dnce is Cairo, Georgia. Her mail- Varnie Maritn, deceased, are here.
71, White City. Call 229-1134. tc Aero Mayflower Transit Company cation was tendered for filing with ir g address is Post Office Box 417, by notified and required to file any
places a complete nation-wide long. the Federal Communications Com. C uiro, Georgia. claims or demands which they ma
FOR SALE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, liv- distance moving service at your munication in Washington, D. C., You are hereby notified that a have against said estate in the of-
ing room with fireplace, dining command! Whether you. move in on November 5, 1963, for renewal s' it has been filed against you in fice of the County Judge of Gulf
room, kitchen with large breakfast a few hundred miles or thousands, of broadcast license for radio sta- the above entitled cause, and that County, Florida, in the Courthouse
roc'n, utility room, venetian blinds, the Mayflower System assures sat- tion WJOE, Port St. Joe Florida. you are required to file your an- at Wewahitchka, Florida within
gas tank. One block from school. isfactory service. If you're planning WJOE operates on the frequency swer with the Clerk of this Court six (6) calendar months irom the
506 8th Street. Call SUnset 5-8157, to move why not call your local of 1080 ke. WJOE is owned and op- and to serve a copy thereof upon date of the first publication of this
Panama City. Mayflower agents, SURPLUS rated by Robert D. Sidwell trade- the plaintiff or plaintiff's attor- notice. Each claim or demand
SALES of ST. JOE, Today. Just ing as Little Joe Enterprises. The nmys, whose name and address is must be in writing and must state
WANTED AT ONCE: Rawleigh Phone 227-2011. Across from the application of this station for re- J innings, Watts, Clarke and HIamil- the place of residence and post of.
Dealer in Gulf Co., or Port St. Post Office. newal of its license to operate this too, 1200 Barnett National Bank fice address of the claimant and
Joe. Write Rawleigh, Dept., FAK station in the public interest was Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida. must be sworn to by the claimant,
100-3, Memphis, Tenn. 11-21-1-9 ALC9HOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet tendered for filing with the Feder- not later than December 31, 1963. his agent, or his attorney, or it
every Wednesday night, 8 p.m. al Communications Commission on If ou fail to do so a decree pro will become void according to law.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Lo- t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port November 5, 1963. Members of the confesso will be entered against /s/ BEATRICE WILSON
cated on 2 corner lots. Ideal lo-W J, a ho ne 9 6 public who desire to bring to the you for the relief demanded in the Executrix of the Estate
cation for schools, Well landscaped. St. Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3364 fpo commission's attention facts con- con plaint. This suit is to foreclose of Varnie Martin, deceased
Located 301 16th St. Call 648-4735. I iher information or write P. O. cerning the operation of this sta- a n mortgage. The real property pro- CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on E 535. tion should write to the Federal cee led against is: 221 Reid Avenue
MFr SALe. 2 bedrood h ls eCommunications Commission, L)t 26 in Block 69, according to Port St. Joe, Florida 4t-12-19
Marvin Ave. (high side). Well e SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. Washington 25, D. C., not later the plat of the re-subdivision of Attorney for Executrix
tablished lawn and shrubs. Has 0 O.F.-Meets second and fourth than December 26 1963, where atl Blocks 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73,+
well. Approx. 1350 sq. ft. Lot 75x Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. in American they should set forth in detail the I I and 75, according to Official
150. Inquire 227-7006 after 3:00 Legion hal. All membersurged to specific facts whichthe writer ap No. 12 of Port St. Joe, Flo PUBLIC NOTICE
WANTED: Ride every day Monday attend, wishes the commission to consider, ida, filed the 29th day of June, The Board of County Commis.
through Friday to Cove Shpoping Noble Grand: Emmett Damed in the passing on this application. ] 925, as same appears on file in sioners of Gulf County, Florida
Center. Call 22(9-3906. ltc Secretaiy: J. C. Martin. 3tc-12-5 tne office of the Clerk of the has cancelled its regular meeting
WANTED: Couple to live in home. THERE WILL BE a regular corn INirui Cour in THE CIRCUIT COURTN Gulf County Florida. of December 24 due to this date be
Just pay utilities for rent and munication o Port St. Joe Lodge AND FOR GULF COUNTY, WITNESS my hand and the seal ing Christmas eve.
look after house. Completely fur- No. 111, F. & A. M., every first FLORIDA of said Court at Wewahitchka, A.J. STRICKLAND
nibhed. I. C. Lupton, 8th St. and and third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE Fl rida, this 23rd day of Novem- Chairman
Long Ave. 502 8th St. 4tp-12-5 COMPANY, bel, 1963.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out.-- a Vermont corporation, /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call a Vermontorporaon, Clerk of the Circuit Court Guest of Zipperers
Buford Griffin, Phone 227-7011 ROBERT L. CREAMER, W. M. Plaintiff, (CCURT SEAL) 4t-11-28 Miss Marilyn Hadock of Matchen,
for quick expert service tic H. ,L. BURGE, See. ESTON CLEMENTS et ux, Ohio, was the recent guest of the
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, R. A. M.-Regular convocation ot Defendants. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S H Y. Zipperers.
THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet- St. Joseph Chapter No. B5d, R. A. NOTICE OF SUIT COURT, GULF COUNTY, "
ing second and fourth Tuesday M, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit THE STATE OF FLORIDA FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
ing companions welcome. To: Eston Clements, whose real- IN RE: Estate of SUPPORT THE SHARKS
9 -C ~ r~
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Pl.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1963
FABERGE' packaging has
born elegance, a flair of lux-
ury no others have! That's
why Faberge' gifts are gifts
with a difference.
In Aphrodisi,a Tigress,
Woodhue or Flambeau
Also leather topped
317 Williams Ave.
SBy MAXINE JENSEN
Comforter's swept Raffield's ,
Fisheries for four big points plac-
ing them in first place. St. Joe Fur-
niture took four, points from Flor-
ida National Bank, bringing them
further up in the standings.
Maxine Jensen led Comforter's Mr. and Mrs Paul Bratcher
with a 451 series. Elise Rogers M r. and Mrs. Paul Bratcher
came through with a 419 and Sue preaching marriage of their dau
came through with a 419 and Sue mond R. Watson, son of Willia
Moore, still raising her average, Watson of Wewahitchka.
had a 412 series. The wedding will be an eve
Jean Stoufer for Raffield's had at the White City Assembly of G(
a 454 series. Evelyn Murdock in the home of the bride's pare
bowled a 409 series and Jo Ferrell No invitations are being se
had a 387. are invited to attend.
Wynell Burke led St. Joe Furni-
ture to victory with a 447 series. 362 and Eula Dickey bowled a 343.
Dora Langley picked up the 7-9 (Eula keep going and you'll be
split. Good bowling Dora! bowling a 400 soon.)
Jo Ann Holland had a 337 series West Florida Gas Company won
for Florida National Bank. Fern four. Rich's Super Market lost out
Guilford had a 300 series, this week. Mary Brown bowled a
Team Standings W L real good 450 series.
Comforter's 38 22 Gloria Morgan bowled a 390
Raffield Fisheries ------34 26 series for Rich's. Dot Swann
St. Joe Furniture _-------29 31 bowled a 341 series. Jonnia Sykes
Florida National Bank 19 41 had a 314 series. (Hurry back Sal-
-. ly. We miss your smiling face
LADIES' COFFEE LEAGUE around on Thursday morning.)
Amison Seafood walked away Faye's Seafood Grill and St. Joe
with all four points Thursday Natural Gas bowled their game
morning. They won all four from Monday night and Natural Gas
Beaman Plumbing. Lois Smith won three and Faye's Seafood Grill
bowled a 442 for Amison Seafood. only one. Lucille Pierce was really
Verna Burch was second with a on Monday -night tying Evelyr
395 series. High bowler for Bea- Smith for first place with a 187
man Plumbing was Mary Harrison game and she had a 417 series
with a 341 series. Fern Guilford Eva Brooks and Janet Heath was
was next with a 302 series, really bowling for Natural Gas.
Jitney Jungle and the Whitfield Team Standings W L
Strikers split two and two. Eve- Amison Seafood _----- 36 12
lyn Smith was high for Jitney Jitney Jungle --------28 20
Jungle bowling a 435 series. Jes- West Fla. Gas Co. -- 24 24
sie Ruth Ramsey bowled a 366 and Whitfield Strikers -- 23 25
Jean Stebel a 361. Lois Faulk bowl- St. Joe Nat. Gas -----_ 21 26/
ed a 314. Ruby Lucas was high for Fayes Seafood Grill -- 20 28
the Whitfield Strikers with a 378 Beaman Plumbing -- 20 28
series. Jerry Freeman bowled a Rich Super Mkt. ------19 281
uary 14 with the "day of days" ane Goodman, Mrs. W. C. Goodson ious decorations in the hall. cluded a most delightful evening.
only a few days away. It was the and Kenny Avant for the harmon- Dancing and musical games con- MRS. W. H. WEEKS,
Christmas banquet for Theta Rho I Reporter
Girl's Club No. 10 and this event
had a special interest since the
queen of the year was to be crown-
ed.of the year was to be crown FREE BONUS BEAUTIFUL THROW RUG!
The hall was brilliant and ra-,
diant with the old fashioned
Christmas tree in the corner while i f
the Christmas motif was gracefully 0 U o
carried out at the most effective
vantage points in the hall and
Christmas music filled the air.
The guests were served buffet
style and seated at the long "T"
S, shaped banquet table.
the Theta Rho's presented Miss TU"
Judy Carter, president, who gave THS S THE STEREO YOU WOULD BUY
the invocation and address of wel-
come in an inspiring manner. Mrs.
o W.-te City W. H. Weeks gave the response. a ( e .
Miss Judy Williams, Queen-elect,
then entered on the arm of her il(
escort, Larry Griner and was up- .
liftingly crowned in a regal manner
by Miss Carter. Miss Williams was
adorably charming in her baby
blue floor length dress as she ac-
cepted the compliment. Seated
with Miss Carter was her escort,
Bobby Antley, along with the fol- ,,.
Miss Marietta Lee and Dennis
White, Miss Martha Fite and Ken
of White City announce the ap- Dykes, Miss Rita Rasmussen and Modelr
ghter, Barbara Christine to Ray- Danny Odum, Miss Charlotte Wil- RC41 00
SP. Watson and the late Mrs. liams and Billy Antley, Miss Susan
Gentry and Robert Sewell, Miss
nt of December 27 at 8:00 p.m., Linda Kay Webb and Earl Haney,
d Church. A reception will follow Miss Jae Freida Joines and Ken-
its. ny Avant, Miss Vicki Walker and
t, but all friends of the couple Curtis Johnson, Miss Diane Wise GL LE C T
vis, Charlotte Marshall, Diane
Theta Rho Club Is Goodman and Susanne Antley,
Mrs. W.-C. Goodson, Mrs. W. H.
Feted At Banquet Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long,
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Daniell, Mr. TRUTH IN SOUND -
There was a quickening of the and Mrs. William M. Rasmussen.
pulse around the American Legion Recognition was given to Char- FOUR FRONT-MOUNTED SPEAKERS... 2 tweeters, 2 woofers
Home on Saturday evening, Jan- lotte Williams, Susanne Antley, Di-
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0 ALL WOOD FINE FURNITURE CABINETRY genuine Mahogany veneers
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Surplus Sales of St. Joe
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Miss Judy Carter, outgoing president of the Theta Rho Chap-
ter (left) ushers in new Queen Judy Williams at hte Theta Rho an-
nual Christmas banquet at the Legion Home Saturday night.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24
2:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
"A FREE SHOPPER'S MATINEE"
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"Snow White and
The Three Stooges"
This Free Movie is being presented to you
With Season's Greetings by
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St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.
St. Joe Paper Co.
Your Entire Family Is Welcome To Attend At
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PORT ST. JOE. FLA.
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It-HL 5TAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1963
"Ri h~s" Bill Will Pass Because of Its Name
We believe the "Civil Rights" bill will be passed if some-
thing isn't done. And, if it does, it will grant additional
rights to nobody, except the Attorney General of the United
States lest our Negro friends be deluded into thinking
Whoever wanted to shove such an instrument off on
the unsuspecting people, knew what he was doing. He pick-
ed his name for the bill well. How can America's Congress
vote down a bill labeled (though eroneously) "Civil Rights" in
the eyes of the world? A nation that boasts to champion
rights of the individual, voting down "Civil Rights". Such
an action would play right into the hands of the Communists
in their activities of discrediting the U. S. as only a myth.
For this reason alone the bill will be passed, if it isn't
correctly labeled before it comes to vote.
And, should this bill give more rights to more people
(which we, incidentally, think would be a good thing, if
more rights could possibly be obtained than this country
offers) we declare that it would be superfluous. What hap-
pened to our "Bill of Rights"? Did someone throw it away?
Doesn't it still protect the rights of every human being in
the U. S.? Is the wording antiquated? How can freedom be
We believe the Bill of Rights has withstood the test of
time adequately and should be relied on to preserve our
rights for the future.
We agree with Paul Harvey, who contends that the so-
called "Civil Rights" bill should be labeled "SOCIAL Rights"
bill, and we defy anyone to find ten people in any group who
would stand up for their social gatherings to be dictated by
government or anyone else.
Somehow or other, we have caught ourself in the mid-
dle. If we pass the bill (as it must surely under the present
name) we will provide Communism with the fodder of the
U. S. government not protecting the rights and property of
the majority or an individual's property and if it isn't
passed, propaganda will flow from its title only.
How can grown men of supposedly sound mind come up
with such a piece of legislation that a sound-thinking 10-year
old would reject. And, were we a Negro, we would scream
to high heaven at having such juvenile action being consid-
ered to place me in a position as being the pawn for the pass-
age of a bill that would remove my rights. Yes, it will also
mean that Negro establishments, catering to Negro trade
only (and there are many such establishments) may not re-
fuse service to whites or another rate group as a matter
Only mentally unsound people hate Negroes, only men-
tally unsound people hate whites or other race groups. But
everybody wants the liberty of picking his associates .
and every business should have the freedom to pick his
clients not on a basis of hatred but on a basis of
preference and business reasons.
But then, with the Government's "record" in business,
it might shed, some light on why such legislation was pro-
posed in the first place.
Frsons Buying Retirement Plan
B1 s Must Do So By December 31
Self-employed persons are re-
minded that U. S. Retirement Plap
Bonds, offered under the Self-Em-
ployed Individuals Tax Retirement
Act of 1962, must be purchased by
December 31 to qualify their own-
ers for 1963 tax deferral benefits.
The reminder came from R. L.
Markham, State Savings Bond Di,
rector, who suggested that eligible
persons contact their banks for in-
formation about establishing re-
tirement programs for themselves
and their employees through a
bond purchase plan. IRS Form 3673
which may be used to establish
such a plan, is available at the Dis-
trict Office of the Internal Reve-
Most banks can furnish applica-
tion forms for use in purchasing
Retirement Plan Bonds. However,
the bonds are issued only by Fed-
eral Reserve Banks and the Trea-
surer of the United States.
A plan for the purchase of Re-
tirement Plan Bonds is only one
of several means open to the self-
employed to qualify for benefits
under the Act. To realize an in-
come tax deduction during this cal-
endar year, the retirement plans
must be set up and contributions
made on or before December 31.
Self-employed persons are permit-
ted to claim as a tax deduction a
portion of such contributions made
for their own benefit, as well as
all of the funds contributed for
Markham said that Retirement
Plan Bonds, which have been on
sale since January, are available
at par in denominations of $50,
$100, $500, and $1,000. They pay
interest at a rate of 3% percent,
compounded semi-annually, the in-
terest accruing through increases
in redemption value at the end of
each six-month period.
The Retirement Plan Bonds dif-
fer from Savings Bonds in that
they may not be redeemed until
the owner attains the age of 59%
years, except in the event of death
or disability. Those persons over
the age of 59% years when they
acquire their bonds may redeem
them at any time.
A group of archaeologists re-
cently discovered the name of Je-
sus carved before 70 AD among
inscriptions on 11 early Christian
burial urns found in a cave on the
ilure to Check Your Social Security
ay Cost You Delay In Receiving Check
fe is full of deadlines. Failing person asking for the benefits be-
meet some of these deadlines fore age 65 is paid at a reduced
cause loss of jobs, failure of rate, by checking on his Social Se-
siness, or even the loss of lives curity he can determine just how
i needed health measures are'much of a reduced rate it will
off too long. amount to and if it is desirable to
wait until age 65.
ow does this affect your Social Of course, everyone age 65 or
rity? Failing to meet the dead- over should think about applying
of checking up on your Social for benefits. There is little advan-
arity at age 65 may cost you tage in waiting until age 72, at
ey, and sometimes this can which age all benefits are paid re-
unt to thousands of dollars. The gardless of earnings. Most likely
on for this is that regardless there are thousands, of persons
ow much you earn, there are who are waiting until age 72 before
es when all or some benefits inquiring about their Social Secur-
be paid; but they can only be ity. By doing so many of these
for one year retroactive to people will lose thousands of dol-
e effective filing date for bene-,lars in the intervening years.
Therefore, a person could file Why not meet a genuinely plea-
Social Security claim when he sant deadline and check on your
5, 66, or later and lose some benefits at age 65 or at age 62 if
fits for two, three, or four your earnings from your job are
s back. low.
ost older people cannot afford
miss the deadline of checking' The Social Security office for
heir Social Security at age 65, this area is located at 1135 Harri-
wen at age 62 when earnings son Avenue, Panama City, Tele-
low. While it is true that a phone 763-5331.
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Port St. Joe, Florida
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TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol this week reminded
motorists that winterizingg your
car now is an investment that will
pay off in big dividends" during
the coming cold weather months.
The Patrol said that now is the
time to take preventive measures
to insure safer driving between
now and next Spring. And warned
unless such precautions are taken
many motorists will find them-
selves stranded far from a service
station, stalled in heavy traffic or
involved in a wreck during the
Here is a list of suggestions to
be followed in preparing for the
Get anti-freeze in our Northern
areas, if you haven't already done
so. Florida weather is unpredict-
Get a motor tune-up to insure
against a sudden change in temper-
ature causing motor stalls.
Check your battery and brakes,
two of thie most important items on
Check the muffler and exhaust
system in general. Insure yourself
and family against carbon monox-
Check the windshield wipers, the
lighting system, the tires and in-
stall and use seatbelts.
I"The motorist who neglects his
preventive maintenance d u ties
eventually finds himself in trouble
one way or another; in trouble like
being stranded far from a service
station or a garage, stalled in traf-
fic or involved in an accident the
Take this driving tip: Today's in-
spection is tomorrow's protection.
"Anything that cuts"
Shears Lawn Mowers
Saws Knives Scissors
Ray L. Brant
1805 Garrison Ave.
I Black & White and Color
Stereo Air Conditioning
Service Calls, $3.00
All work guaranteed
ST. JOE RADIO
& TV COMPANY
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
C. Byron Smith, Pator
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"
RADIO and TV REPAIR
Admiral Emerson DuMont
Radio TV Stereo Air Conditioners
ANTENNA SYSTEMS, GOOD USED TV's $35.00 up
SERVICE CALLS $3.00
Phone 7-3251 or 7-3911 Day or Nite
DAY or NIGHT
317 REID AVENUE
(Next Door To Telegraph Office)
Your Satisfaction Is Our Business -
2 Registered Pharmacists on duty
Drive-In Window At Rear
- \~... a
It's good health insurance to let
us deliver all the dairy-fresh products
your family needs. And remember to
toast your own health with a delicious
glass of Borden's milk at least twice
Borden Dairy Products
Call 639-4383 Collect Wewahitchka
We Also Have Fresh Eggs
OUR OTHER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Cream Skim Milk
Chocolate Milk Butter
Va and Ya Orange Juice
GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN OVEN READY TENDER YOUNG
Allgood Brand Sugar Cured
Breakfast Bacon lb. 39c
"Super Right" Corn Fed
PORK BUTTS lb. 39c
"Super-Right" Heavy Western
RIB STEAK lb. 79c
"Super Right" Hard Corn Fed
Sliced Quarter Loin lb. 69c
Jane Parker Delicious Freshly Baked
Jane Parker Over 2/3 Fruit and Nuts
18 to 22 Lb. 4f
"Super-Right" Short Shank
43c Whole or
14-16 lb. 4 9c
Warwick Fine Assorted
Anchor Hocking Happy Hour
EXTRA SPECIAL! DEL MONTE CUT
MUSHROOM, CREAM OF CHICKEN OR CHICKEN NOODLE
SPECIAL! ANN PAGE REALLY FINE
.Bakers Angel Flake
OCONUT------....... 7 oz. 37c
TISSUE .-....... 10 roll pkg. 99c
TISSUE .-..... 4 roll pkg. 49c
CRACKERS ...-- 12 ozs. 33c
Dole Sliced lb., 4% ozs.
PINEAPPLE .....-....-. can 41c
FLOUR .------ 5 lb. bag 43c
Pillsbury 8 oz.
BISCUITS ..------- 3 for 29c
MAYONNAISE ..-...... qts. 59c
Semi-Sweet 6 oz. 12 oz.
Nestles Morsels ...- 23c 44c
5 Oz. Yuban
INSTANT COFFEE .-- 99c
CAKE MIXES ...... 9 ozs. 15c
BABY FOOD ...... 10 jars 99c
Ocean Spray Cranberry
Juice Cocktail -------- qt. 53c
New Orange Nip Frozen Concen.
Breakfast Drink -.... 12 oz. 49c
Detergent 22 oz.
LUX LIQUID (8c off)-- 57c
WISK .---.----- gal. $1.42
Detergent 3 lbs., 7 ozs.
RINSO BLUE (10c off) 69c
Dental Cream -- ---giant 53c
Fresh Fruits and Vegetqbles!
Fresh Crisp Pascal
Crisp Red Delicious
A & P Fancy Select
2 stalks 17c
2 lb. bag 19c
2 lbs. 29c
lb. pkg. 45c
510 FIFTH STREET
SPrices in this ad are good through
Saturday, December 21
10 to 18 Lb.
With your purchase of an
A&P Turkey and a 18"x25'
roll of heavy duty Alcoa
Buy both items-circle the
price you paid for the
A&P Turkey on the cash
register tape, and mail
this along with the better
packaging label from the
lid flap of a 18"x25' roll
of heavy duty Alcoa Alum-
inum wrap, send for your
refund of 70c to ALCOA
WRAP, Box 4364, Clinton,
- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1963
Savings Bond Sales
Reach High Mark
Walter C. Dodson, volunteer Sav-
ings Bond Chairman for South
Gulf County reported this week
that purchases of Savings Bonds
in Florida during the first eleven
months of 1963 exceeded those of
any full calendar year since the
close of World War I. Purchases
of $82,218,000 in Series E and H
Savings Bonds through November
30 were more than $500,000 higher
than the $81,716,000 recorded in
the entire year of 1961, the prev-
ious peacetime record.
The gain, according to Mr. Dod-
son, is attributable primarily to a
surge of interest in the Series E
Bond, na accrual type security
which permits deferral of the dec-
laration of the interest accrual for
tax purposes until the bond is ul-
timately redeemed for cash. With
an original maturity of 7% years
and a guaranteed ten year exten-
sion-then the privilege of ex-
change to the ten year, current in-
come Series H Bond, the reporting
of the interest earned on the E
Bonds may be postponed for as
long as 27% years until the H
Bond is redeemed, even though the
interest checks received on the H
Bond are reported in the year
which received. "This postpone-
ment feature," Chairman Dodson
stated, "may offer a distinct tax
advantage to E Bond purchasers,
If it carries over into retirement
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years when tax liability is lower."
Gulf County's contribution to
1963's record breaking sales total
for the eleven months has been
$86,533", Chairman Dodson con-
Vet Administration To
Pay Insurance Dividends
Rufus H. Wilson, Manager of the
St. Petersburg Regional Office of
the Veterans Administration, an-
nounced this wee kthat the 1964
National Service Life Insurance
dividend of $214,000,000 and U. S.
Government Life Insurnace divid-
end of $15,000,000 is to be paod on
an accelerated basis.
In addition, a special dividend of
$5,000,000 will be paid on Nation-
al Service Life Insurance accounts
to present or former holders of the
$5 total disability income benefit.
The accelerated 1964 dividend
will be paid during the month of
January 1964, Wilson said.
The requirements for these divid-
ends will be based on the follow-
ing: accelerated 1964 dividend-
payment of the November 1963 or
later premium month; additional
details on payment of special div-
idend to qualified insureds with
the $5 total disability income pro-
vision rider will be furnished at a
Dividends will be paid as far as
possible during January 1964, but
insureds should not write VA be- i
fore first of March 1964 about non- I
receipt of dividends. Inquiries to 1
VA during the processing time for
payment of the dividend will slow f
down the payment, Wilson said.
Historic Memorial AdVisory
Council Is Reappointed
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Board of Parks and Historic Mem-
orials, at its recent meeting in
Sarasota, reappointed for the com-
ing year hte entire Advisory Coun-
cil for Constitution Convention
According to N. E. Miller, Ex-
ecutive Administrator of the Flor-
ida Park Service, the following
Port St. Joe persons have been re-
appointed: Mrs. Ned S. Porter,
Mrs. Charles A. Browne, Jesse
Stone, Harry H. Saunders and Cecil
G. Costin, Jr.
CARD OF THANKS
The burden of our loss is a heavy
one, but we thank God that so
many of you have done so much
in an effort to make the burden
bearable during this most difficult
time. Words cannot tell our thanks
-how much we appreciate your
countless deeds of gentle, consider-
ate love, thoughtful attention, and
We are mindful of the words of
condolence, the cards, letters, food,
and flowers. We are mindful of
the strengthening presence and
service of the ministers, as well as
the Eastern Star at graveside. We
know well of the generous and
helpful work of the doctors and
nturses. To all of you, everyone,
we offer, in our humble way, our
gratitude and thanks. We don't be-
lieve there's another spot on earth
like Wewahitchka and Gulf County.
May the Lord bless you for the
fine people you are.
William Roemer and Family
fho~ih/Ur de9g or Q e/tm ___i
starts at the
If you drive a car for pleas-
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look for the NAPA Sign...
see your service-repair shop
BEFORE trouble starts.
He's a professional who
uses NAPA Parts to keep
vehicles of all makes, models
and ages running smoothly.
Parts that bear the NAPA
Seal are of such excellence
that you'll find them where
there's a trained mechanic
competent to use them.
Assure the success of your
tri Stop and check at the
311 Williams Avemn
Veterans Act Now! Time is limited to qualify
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19; 19(3
Three Regular College-Credit Courses
Will Be Offered at Gulf Coast This Spring
Three regular, college credit ness Administration 202 or "Prin-
courses will be offered the spring ciples of Supervision", will be
semester at the Mexico Beach Ed- taught by Harry P. Tison, assistant
ucation Center by Gulf Coast Jun- personnel director of the St. Joe
ior College, it was announced this Paper Company.
week. Tison holds his B. S. Degree in
Although these three courses are personnel management from Flor-
the only ones slated thus far, col- ida State University and has five
lege officials said others could be years of experience in administra- '
offered if sufficient demand is tion and supervision.
made when Mexico Beach students The personnel management -
register at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Jan- course emphasizes basic principles
uary 6. of supervision and entails problem
The Center, operated at the First solving techniques, case studies,
Methodist Church in Mexico Beach, and methods of overcoming resis-
was bgeun last September as a tahce to change.
further means of servicing Bay All three courses carry three
County ciitzens in that area, as hours of regular college credit and
well as servicing interested ciit- will meet one night each week for
zens of Gulf County and Tyndall 19'weeks.
. Air Force Base. Students wishing to do register
The three courses scheduled thus for any of the three courses should J,
far are English 102 'and Business do so at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Janu- .'
Administration II, both of which ary 6, at the First Methodist
will be taught on Monday nights Church in Mexico Beach.
from 6:30 to 9:15 p.m., and Busi- Further information on the cour-
ness Administration 203, which will ses and the Center may be obtain-
be offered on Thursday nights from ed by contacting Gulf Coast offi-
6:30 to 9:15 p.m. cials.
The two Monday night courses
are continuations of courses offer- KERIGAN NAMED TO
ed the fall semester. English 102. DEAN'S LIST
"English In Personal Develop- John J. Kerigan has been named
ment", will be taught by Grover to the Dean's List at the Durham
C. Grubbs of the college's English Industrial Education Center in
department, while Business Ad- Durham, North Carolina. Kerigan 3
ministration wI1, "Principles of Ac- is a Dental Laboratory Technology
counting", will be taught by student at the university.
Charles W. McCabe of the business Kerigan is married to the former
division. Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey of this
The Thursday night course, Busi- city. UIL T
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Intersection Monument and Constitution
REV. THOMAS 8. HARRIS, D.D., Minleter
Bibye Study (Wednesday)
Methodist Youth Fellowship -...........
Ycu Are Cordially Invited To Attend
long Ave. Baptist Church
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
STN7)AY SCHOOL ---..... 9:45 a.m.
MOUINTN(" WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ..... 7:30 p.m.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated
You Are Welcome To The
First United Pentecostal Church
10th St. NW. and V'.toril Avenue Highland Vlew, Florida
fev, JAMES J. HILL, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
MID-WEEK SERVICE (Wednesday) 7.30
YOUTH SERVICE (Friday) 7:30
AIR-CONDITIONED CENTRAL HEAT
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trees to prune, or with any wood-
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bore and dig holes, cut brush. We
have the complete line of 11 famous
McCulloch chain saws, and many at-
tachments and accessories.
You'll find more McCulloch chain saws
under Christmas trees this year tbha
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SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM YOUR
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ummmm.ommmmon-am - ----
Thursday Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday
December 19, 20, 21, 23 and 24
et jitney help with your menu on
Coupons Expire December 24
Armour Star TUrKEY 11 Ibs. up A
SMOKED or FRESH WHOLE LB.
COPELAND'S Buy 3 and Get 1 FREE!
DUBUQUE'S PURE PORK
DUBUQUE'S Fully Cooked Smoked
DUBUQUE'S Fully Cooked Canned
3 LB. CAN
GOLDEN RIPE LB.
5 Lb. Bag
HENDERSON'S SUPERFINE 'Limit 1 With $7.50 Order or More
Armour's Star Limit
Hunt's 46 Oz. Can
1 With $.00 Order
F L 0 UR 10lb.bag $1.07
Bruce's Mashed 303 Can
SWEET POTATOES can 15c
MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 With $5.00 Order or More
Whitman's 6 Roll Package Roman
GIFT WRAP pkg. 89c STARCH quart 17 c
Mueller's Elbow 8 Oz. Pkg. Hunt's
MACARONI pkg. 12c CATSUP 14 oz. 18c
ROYAL CROWN _
Jack and Beanstalk No. 303 Can Star Kist Chunk Style
WHOLE BEANS can 27 C TUNA FISH size 31 c
Del Monte Family Style 303 Can Nabisco Premium
C 0 RN 3 cans 55c CRACKERS lb. box 29c
Jitney Jungle Evaporated
MILK 3 tall cans
BLE ACH quart
SHORTENING 3 lb. can 49c
Lays A Party Must Twin Pak
POTATO CHIPS pkg. 59c
PLAY ALL NEW
If No Winner
Come in and Register and pick up
a Jackpot Card. Card must be pun-
ched to win if name is drawn! Pur-
chase not necessray to win! Draw-
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You do not have to be present!
50 EXTRA |
GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
With Coupon and Purchase of
Half Gallon Jitney Jungle
'ICE CREAM |
GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
With Coupon and Purchase of
Quart Jitney Jungle
| 50 EXTRA
GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
With Coupon and Purchase of
4 Pkgs. McKenzie
S FROZEN FOOD
GRAND PRIZE STAMPS
I With Coupon and Purchase of |
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GET ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS NEEDS AND FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL AT JITNEY JUNGLE!
Armour Junior Size
4 to 10 lbs.--
Armour Star or Wilson
16 Ilbs. and up-
t.hM i N I 1mw MALCO A A ALUMINUM
18 inches wide
25 Feet Long
Perfect for turkeys
Now is the time to do your shop-
\/ ping at your friendly IGA Food
/. Store. We have received our
2\ large Christmas orders now, and
you'll find everything for your
holiday meals in every department.
Serve the finest foods and save
money, too. Shop at IGA tloLy!
Holiday Favorite 2 CANS
for Meat 2 FOR
USDA GRADE A
18 to 22 Pounds
PREMIUM CANNED HAMS
lb. 88cPORK CHOPS
3 Ib. can $2.39
7 b. avg.) lb. 39c
2 Pound Package 89c
FOR YOUR HOLIDAY BAKING
Box of 2
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
10 Oz. Jar
IGA 303 Can
IGA Window Box
Sweet Midget PICKLES
Cairo Beauty 12 Oz. Jar
IGA Cream or Whole Kernel 303 Can
SPIC and SPAt
TABLEFRESH PRODUCE FOR THE HOLIDAYS
lb. pkg. 41c
2 reg. size cans
29hnr 3e3 c
WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA FANCY
NUMBER ONE FLORIDA
U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO U.S. NO. 1 FLORIDA
Potatoe sMashed or 10 lb. 29c CELERY
French Fried Mesh Bag
DISCOUNT DAIRY BUYS
CINNAM ON ROLLS
DISCOUNT FROZEN FOOD VALUES
TABLERITE Half Gallon ALL FLAVORS
ICE CREAM 49c
3 Oz. Pkg.
1 LB. QUARTERS
ORANGE J UI CE
IGA PEELED aund DEV!eNEDi
8 OZ. PKG.
2 for 79c
ard FREE TURKEYS
DRAWING AT 5:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY
Come in and Register. You do not have to be present
'o riN. An extra gift if you are present.
ALL DAY WEDNESDAY ONLY, THESE ITEMS BELOW:
rade'B'- Limit 3 with Order Tablerite Grnd.-Limit 3 lbs., with Order With $10.00 Food Order
FRYERS Lb. 19c BEEF lb. 19clSugar5S. 19c
5 Lb. Bag
Order or More
GRADE 'A' Fresh Dressed BAKING HENS
TABLERITE THICK SLICED BACON
TABLERITE PURE PORK SAUSAGE
Tablerite ROUND or
(One 'Pound Rolls)
3 for 99c
s~ur~Huminftr WE SIP 9 -o s 11% A %f f o