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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 3, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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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 Apalachicolo-Chattahoochee Valley"


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1964


TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR


NUMBER 12


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tion that these people approve the building of a new courthouse.
They are, however, watchful of the cost.
Reason number three: Those 2500 people who cast their vote
to move the county seat to Port St. Joe (among them, a vast ma-
jority of the county's freeholders) had been made fully aware that
taxes would be needed to bring the move to reality. The unexpected
large majority favoring the move in the face of such a bombard-
ment of warnings should serve to convince the County Board that
the expense of a needless referendum is totally unnecessary.
Reason number four: Until plans for the new courthouse are
in the working stage and equipment to be bought decided on, the
Commission has no earthly idea as to how much money will be
needed. The proposed referendum must contain a maximum fig-
ure for a bond issue-one that would be more than adequate to
cover the necessary issue. This would, in effect, hand the County
Commission a blank check to spend your tax dollars up to the value
listed in the referendum. Were we a County Commissioner, we
would not want this responsibility.
The Board has gone the referendum route to "let the people
have a voice." The Board, it seems to me, has found out in the
past on numerous occasions, that the people will make themselves
heard, loudly, if their wishes are not complied with. Also, the
people "spoke" on May 26, being aware of the issues.
The Board is strictly within bounds to proceed with building
plans without pausing by the wayside for a referendum which
would serve no purpose but to cost the county tax payers an addi-
tional $2,000 to $3,000 for the re-registration and referendum ex-
penses.


Well Survey Area house, the County Commission vot- ing on the Board in January and h l isu i, tor N. E. Bill Miller, this request
ed to hold a referendum for the their views may differ with those the motion. The only issue here is is part of the $8.8 million state-
A letter to George G. Tapper, taxpaying freeholders of the coun- of the presently constituted board. the board's 'desire that the taxpay- wide budget the Park Board has
President of the Port St. Joe Cham- ty to vote for or against a bond He said, too, that right now the ing public have its say in the mat- prepared to provide the minimum
ber of Commerce, this week, said issue to pay off the indebtedness board didn't know what the land ter. To this Graham pointed out upkeep and operating needs of the
that Albert Swartz, assistant chief that will be incurred in proposed would cost, that it had no approxi- that freeholder support of a bond 54 parks in Florida's system, and
of divisional fish research of the construction of a new court house mate idea of the cost of construct- issue usually meant lower interest at the same time to meet some of
U. S. Department of Interior will and jail at Port St. Joe. ing the buildings. The decision rate in the bond market. the ever increasing public demand
be in Port St. Joe next week to Under the law, the board has an about what financing path to pur- To McDaniel's "new board" sug- for additional outdoor recreational
evaluate sites for a proposed mar- alternative: it is not obliged to sue should be deferred until the gest)in, Kennedy said a commis- facilities.
ine laboratory. hold a referendum; it can simply new board was seated, he thought. sioner should make decisions until The St. Joseph's Peninsula State
Recently a team from the U. S. levy up to five mills tax over a 30 Commissioner Graham said there his last day on the board, not pass Park request includes nearly $124,-
Department of Interior was in Port year period to discharge the pro, was merit in Chairman McDaniel's them on to new board members;! 600 for salaries, operating expenses
St. Joe on this same mission, posed debt. statements, but that the law and to do otherwise is shirking his and equipment.
Swartz is stopping at Port St. The proposal for referendum was the Attorney General's interpreta-' duty. He thought the present board I The remainder of the request is
Joe on a swing through Northwest made by Commissioner Walter tion of the law indicated that the was in better position to make for a number of development and
Florida evaluating possible sites, Graham, who included as part of board should move forward at these decisions, considering the construction projects including two
taking water samples ,etc., in pre- his motion the re-registration of all reasonable pace toward establish-: time it normally takes for new ranger residences, 30-site camp-
paration for choosing the site for freeholders. Commissioner Ken- ing the new county seat. It's going board members to get acclimated, ground, picnic shelters and rest-
the laboratory. nedy seconded and the motion to be a long time anyhow, he said, In a nutshell, all were agreed on room, information center and of-
passed, 3-1, Chairman McDaniel and we have already long discussed a bond issue via referendum, and fice, and roads and parking areas.
voting against it. it. the majority agreed that now in- Miller added that, if these de-
High School PTA Meeting But before passage a number of He then made his motion for stead of later was the time to make velopments are approved this park
Is Called Off This Month views on method and procedure bond issue via referendum and that decision known to the public, would require a nine-man staff.
The regular monthly meeting were exchanged. Kennedy seconded. At this point, The County Board will meet: Before this budget can become a
of the Port St. Joe High School McDaniel, who favored the ref- Roy Irwin was recognized by the again Tuesday morning at 10:00 reality ,it must be reviewed and
PTA scheduled for Thursday, erendum felt that the motion was chair. He asked if the board knew a.m., Port St. Joe time and it ex- approved by the Budget Director,
December 3, has been cancelled. premature, that the board should how much money it was going to pected that an arbitrary figure the State Cabinet and the appro-
The next meeting will be held have all the facts in hand (includ- need. He was told, 'no." To which will be arrived at to place on the priations committees of the 1655
on 'Thursday, January 28. ing _-. e'ti; 3d cost of the new Mr. Irwin replied he didn't see how referendum ballot. Legislature.


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it, where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!


NUMBER 12


Sheley Coldewey IlWll I

Sharks To Open Cage Funeral Services S
Held Wednesday

eason Saturday Nie funeral serviceswere held from
Season Satua e the St. James Episcopal Church in
Port St. Joe yesterday morning for
W i h R ue fo d er last year. Bill is a Senior. He Miss Shelley Louise Coldewey, 18-
Sr was a member of the all conference year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
and all Big Bend teams last year. Tom S. Coldewey of Port St. Joe. O
Randy Weston, 6'3" was a re- Miss Coldewey met death Sun-
The Port St. Joe Sharks will take starter of last year missing from serve forward last year and a two day night, November 29 in an au-
to the basketball courts for et theroster. But thisis a big gap in year letterman. He averaged in the tomobile accident near Alpine, P
t the this season Safordthethe team as Chason was all-confer- double figures in scoring and was, Texas. Miss Coldewey, who was a
first time this season Saturday the team as Chason wasthe second leading rebounder for student at Sul Ross College near a
night when they travel to Ruther- ence and all Big Bend last year. the Sharks. Alpine, had been visiting relatives Saturday Night
ford to do battle with the Rams. Last year the Sharks compiled Jane Belin, a 5'11" junior, and during the Thanksgiving holidays Santa Claus will make his annual visit to Port St. Joe
Coach Bobby Brown told The Star a 21-5 record and made the runner- the shortest man on the starting and was returning to college when The second annual Rotary Char- Saturday morning, it was announced this week. Santa's visit
that the Rams would probably be up spot in the tough Northwest five, is the play maker of the squad the accident occurred less than a ity Ball will be held Saturday, De- is being sponsored by the Port St. Joe Retail Merchants.
the Sharks toughest opponent al Florida conference squand played in this position last mile from her destination. member 5 in the Centennial Build- A big parade will usher in the white whiskered gentle-
year long. Rounding out the squad this year year as a sophomore. Although he The body was returned to Port ing. The Ball will get under way man Saturday at 10:00 A.M. The parade, featuring a num-
The Sharks are going into the will be the following young ath- is best in defensive play, he aver- St. Joe Tuesday for funeral ser- at 9:00 p.m. Saturday and will con- ber of floats, the high school band, decorated autos and other
season this year with practically letes. aged nine points per game last vices. tinue until 1:00 a.m. Music will be ie oatsf the igh school band decorated autos and other
the same quintette as last year Bob Craig will bring two years year. Conducting the services were by Charlie Cooper's Orchestra. items Of merest, is sponsored by the Port St. Joe Jaycees.
with but one exception. Returning of experience to the courts with Al Cathey didn't play last year, Cond. uctHarry Babbitt ofhe Thomasville Tickets for the ball are available The parade entrants will line up
lettermen to help the Shark cause him. Craig is a 6'2" Senior and but is joining the sport this year. Rev. Lee Gra- from any member of the aotar y in front of the City Hall on Fifth
are Bob Craig, Bill Versiga, Randy plays guard. He was all conference Coach Brown expects Al to ad the Geham of Tallahassted by Rev. Lee Gra- Club for $750 for a couple. Street and will proceed down Reid Dr. MOrley Will
Weston Jake Belin and Jimmy and all Big Bend last year. speed the Sharks need. He will be ham of Tallahassee and Rev. Wal- ub or or a couple. Avenue. The parade will turn right
Goodman. Bill Versiga, 6'3" center was the used in defense and as a guard. ter Saffron' of Apalachicola. All proceeds from the Ball willet Second Street to Williams Ave- I ues
FreddyChason is the only Shark Sharks leading scorer and rebound- Jimmy Goodman, a six foot sen- Pallbearers were Tom Owens, go toward the Rotary dental health nue. A left turn will be made from ay
ior, didn't play last year due to R. V. Buchert, R. J. Faliski, Paul program in Gulf County Schools. Williams to First Street and then Joe Junior Chamber
B iBk knee trouble. He is a one year let-,S. Fensom, Bruce W. Weeks, James The program provides dental exam- a left turn will bring the parade The ort St. Joe Junior Chamber
pscaped P prisoners B ilk terrr,an and could see a lot of ac- A. White, W. F. Ethridge and R. H. nation for all needy children and back down Reid Avenue a second of Commerce will have as their
scapedtion this year. McIntosh. provides dental care where needed. time. The parade will end at Fifth guest Tuesday night, Dr. Richard
Up From "B" Squad Survivors include her parents, Last school'year, the clinic held Street where it began. Morley, president of Gulf Coast
i 0 G Coming up from the "B" squad Mr. and Mrs. Tom S. Coldewey and examinations for some 600 students The Jaycees will bring up the Junior College. Dr. Morley will
to take their place on the Shark a sister, Miss Christie Coldewey, in Gulf County's colored schools, rear of the parade carrying their rpeak to the group on the possibili-
Station O ut of G as B ill varsity are: all of Port St. Joe. This year the clinic will be provid- now-famous blanket collecting sil-peak to the group on the possibili-
David Macomber, a 6'7" junior Interment was in Holly Hill Cem- ed for the white schools of the ver to finance their annual -"Toys tQ of Gulf County becoming a par-
At about 9:30 pn.m. Tuesday night military prisoners, who will play a lot if he gets con- eatery county. for Tots" program. This program ticipating county i the operation
two young men stopped at Russ' The two, George Dansereau, age fidence. provides toys and food for needy of Gulf Coast Junior College and
Phillips 66 service station and 17 and Christopher Clifford, Jr., David Lee, a 5'1" forward and families at Christmas time. relate the steps necessary for this
took on $6.00 worth of gasoline. also age 17 had been arrested for the leading scorer for the junior A special surprise will be in association.
As Russ went to answer the tel- being AWOL in Tallahassee. They Sharks last year with a 17 point store for all children at the end of The Jaycees invite and encour-
,ephone, the two men took off with had escaped their captors, stolen per game average. the parade. age all of those to attend who are
Russ' gasoline-and the $6.00 they a car, and wound up in Port St. Danny Oakes, a 5'11" junior for- parade chairman, "Sonny" Dean interested in seeing Gulf County
,owed for the gasoline. Joe. ward could possibly earn a starting says there are several floats to be become a supporting county in the
Russ ,took off after the culprits About the time Murphy gave position. m entered in the annual event. The Junior College. This association
.and chased them to Mexico Beach. chase, the two turned again and Billy Smith, a 5'10" sophomore Ml winners of the non-commercial di- would offer many benefits to the
At the beach, the two men turned headed toward Panama City where is trying to make the varsity. wI ill 2 7 2 vision of the parade will receive youth and adults of this county
off their headlights, made a U-turn they were captured in the Tyndall Mike White, a 5'11" senior will substantial cash prizes. Float pri-iwho wish to further their educa-
,and headed 'back to Port St. Joe. reservation by highway patrolmen. see a lot of action at the forward End Junior Nichols grabbed a, Monticello came back to take zes are: $75.00 for first prize; $50.00 tion.
Russ .then stopped and called The two boys were still hand- position. deflected Bob Craig pass in the the lead again on a one-yard scam- for second prize and $25.00 for This meeting will be held Tues.
.Highway Patrolman Ken Murphy cuffed together. David Young, 'a 5'10" senior is last five seconds for a 10-yard per by quarterback Ray Hughes. third prize. day night,. December 8 at 8:00
who grabbed his gun and took off They are presently in the hands the smallest man on the squad, but touchdown catch as Port St. Joe The kick failed, and Monticello ,Anyone who has not been con- p.m. in the Port St. Joe Elenien-
in the direction pf Mexico Beach. of the FBI facing a multitude of wi probably play quite a bit dur- won its first victory of the season, had a 25-20 lead with three min- tacted fr'.entering a floatand de- tary School uditcriuin ail the
Murplyradioed the Panama ,City charges ." : i g the season" an upset thriller over Monticello, utes remaining. es to do so may contact Dean Jaycees encourage everyone t be
station of his errand and was in-1 Ned Russ still didn't get his Coach Brown says' the team has 27-25 last Wednesday evening. Port St. Joe moved steadily at 227-2081 between now and Sat- there and hear Dr. Morley speak
formed that the two were escaped $6.00. good height, is capable of good, bal- Port St. Joe broke the scoring ice downfield on Craig's passes. The urday. and learn just what benefits can
anced shooting but is poor in on a nine-yard scamper by Jimmy senior quarterback also carried for All entries for the parade should be derived.
speed. Brown says the team should Cox early in the first quarter. The 37 yards on the drive, be in place by 9:30 Saturday morn-
E have a good year this season. play was set up by a 42-yard pass With five seconds left, he tried ing. Pictures Fail To Show Up
I from Craig to Al Cathey. to find Cathey in the end zone. Big Pre-Christmas Sale For This Week's Issue
A ellt t Monticello came back to take'The ball deflected off his hands In addition to the big parade
Appellate Court the lead 13-6 on two touchdowns and caroomed into the air. Nichols ushering in Santa Claus, the Port The Star regrets that there are
SSchedule Appeal by Travis Collins. alertly pulled it in for the winning St. Joe Retail Merchants are begin- no pictures in this week's edi-
SScheduleS Appeal On the first play following the touchdown. ning the Christmas season with a tion.
S -; u I kickoff Craig dropped back and Port St. Joe's offense was spark- big city wide sale that starts to- We had several for the paper,
By WESEY R. RAMSEY Of J k mmock unloaded a bomb to Cathey for a ed by 10 pass completions out of day. including one of the basketball
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY Of75-yard touchdown. Jimmy Good- 20 attempts from Craig to his re-I See the big 16-page sale tabloid team, but they failed to show up
I The attempt of Jack E. Hammock man's kick was good and the game ceivers. Cathey caught seven of the inserted in this issue of The Star. Wednesday, as is their usual ha-
Againwe must disagree with a move by the majority of the to remove County Commissioner was tied 13-13. completions. Port St. Joe picked up Almost every merchant in Port bit.
AgaiCou n e must disagree itation as unpalatable to us as it is Leo Kennedy from his position as With 30 seconds left in the half, 195 yards via the pass route. Jim St. Joe is participating in the big A call to our engraver Wed-
to some of the Commissioners. Wecannot agree with their deci- County Commissioner elect for the Tony Christy bulled over from the Cox sparked the Sharks running pre-Christmas sale and are offer- nesday afternoon, the Panama
sion for a referendum on a proposed bond issue for courthouse coming term will be heard in the one-yard line to give Monticello a game. ing true values in time for Christ- City News-Herald, informed us
construction and re-registration of voters at least not at this Appellate Court of the State of 19-13 lead. Jimmy Goodman kicked three mas gift shopping. they had been taken to the bus
tti o Florida next Thursday according After a scoreless third quarter, extra points in four attempts to Both the big parade and the pre- station Wednesday morning. But
time. to a notice sent out by clerk of the the Starks moved ahead on a 13- give the Sharks the winning mar- Christmas sale are being planned they didn't show up in Port St.
But we have reasons for feeling this way. court Raymond E. Rhodes this yard run by Craig. Goodman's gin. to make this one of the biggest Joe, so only heaven knows where
Sweek. kick was good, giving Port St. Joe The Sharks defense was led by Christmas seasons ever in Port St. they are.
Reason number onee s that a referendum isunnecessary and we case, appealing a decision a 20-19 lead. Goodman and Charles Zimmerman. Joe. We hope to have a double dose
will serve no purpose. The law states that the County Commission e case, appealing now for next week.
MUST move the county seat to Port St. Joe and this means building by Circuit Judge Robert L. Mc-
a new courthouse (or at least providing courthouse quarters) in Port Crary last month, will be heard at
St. Joe, as a result of the relocation vote in May. Should the pro- 9:30 a.m., in Tallahassee next Park Board Asks
posed referendum fail to receive the approval of the freeholders Thursday. Cs -B odo a Asks
d sf unty Votes to Call oneyforS. oe
the law provides taxing powers to finance the construction without The notice gave Kennedy's at-
a referendum. The taxing powers are to be used by the Board if torneys until December 4 to filebefore settling on that the board could move, without fig
a referendum fails to be approved. The law allows up to a five mill their brief in the case. TALLAHASSEE The Florida
levy for building courthouse structure or structures. This will be Hammock's cause is based on PAS h se torthe
the financial source. The law also says that the county seat must an allegation of election irregular- Board of Parks has sent to the
i t y request for St. Joseph's Peninsula
Reason number two: In such a referendum as planned the After a lengthy interchange at court house) before settling on that the board could movewithout fig- Park totalling slightly more than
freeholders would vote. Since the freeholders (1300 of them) signed Varine Lab Van its second regular monthly meeting course of action. He observed, too, ures. Commissioner Kennedy re- $356,000.
+h iicinal nPtition calling for the election it seems without ques- last Tuesday night at the court that two new members were com- nded that cost is not at issue,, in According to State Parks Direc-









THE STAR, Port At. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1964 H torical Society Rep rts That Work
;On Old St. Joseph Cemetery Progressing
T H E S T A R On November 1, 3:00 p. m., The John Lee Williams (1837). The sug-
St. Joseph Historical Society held gestion was moved and seconded
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe. Florida, its 'regular monthly meeting at the and adopted.
By The Star Publishing Company Municipal Building in the City The President asked for reports
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher Council Chambers. President of progress and members' research
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Charles Smith presided. In the ab- being done on the Signers and
Reader, Bookkeeper and Complaint Department sence of the recording secretary, IDelegates to Florida's First Consti-
DIAL 227-8161 POSOFFSr CE BOX 808 Jesse Stone, the president read the lution Convention, compilation of
minutes of the September meeting which project is now underway. He
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, and corrections were made and ap- also gave some interesting facts on
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879. proved. life at the Spanish Fort revealed in
The October meeting of the State Charlevoix's "A Voyage to North
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Board of Parks & Historic Memo- America." Discussion followed as
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS, $1.75 THREE MONTHS, *27( rials, held in Tallahassee, was to whether this particular Spanish
w-- brought up by Mrs. Ned Porter and Fort was on the Peninsula or on
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers discussed. It was regretted that no the Mainland.
lo not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for suh member of the Advisory Council to Mrs. Porter reported on the de-
dvertisemen. Constitution Museum Memorial lightful Field Trip of the Winnie
The spoken word s given scant attention; theprintedword htf could be present, but Mrs. Porter Davis Chapter of the United
weighed. Th spoken word barelnt asstention; theprinted word thoroughtfull announced that the wishes and re. Daughters of the Confederacy,
hir'es. The spoken word is lost; thr printed word remains. quests of the Advisory Council had from Tallahassee and Wakulla, who
been handled by correspondence. chose Port St. Joe for this annual
TRADING AT HOME HELPS YOU The President reported that the Field Trip, which included lunch-
additional work at The Old City of eon at Motel St. Joe and a tour of
Reprinted below is an editorial which appeared in last St. Joseph Cemetery is progress: all historic sites ardd the Museum.
--7eek's edition of the Graceville News-written by the News" ing. Mrs. Charles Brown had con- The ;President then appointed
ditor, Dave Fleming, which we thought appropriate for the acted Mayor Hannon on this proj- the nominating committee for off i-
ect and was advised that the City cers for the next year, Mrs. Charles
leaders of Port St. Joe. Especially in this season are we inhasinstalled an electric pump and Brown, Chairman, and, Mrs. Ralph
eed of a reminder or two of where our loyalties should lie. that the City will furnish additional Swatts : and Mrs. William Howell,
.This week end officially opens the Christmas shopping shrubbery for beautification now Jr., td act in this capacity.
season in Port St. Joe, along with a big parade, the visit of that water is available. Therb being no further business
Janta and a big float contest. All of this, of course, is de- Mrs. Hubert Brinson announced the meting adjourned.
Agned to make you think of Christmas and begin your shop- the offer to the Society of some old AM HOLDR
ing early. Since this is the season, we think it the proper St. Joseph brick by Jimy Costin ST AMBASSADORS HOLD
ne to remind of the i o rma tion b and M rs. Brinson and M rs. Porter 'RE ULAR M EET FRIDAY
ime to remind you of the information below. were appointed to survey same and The Christ Ambassadors of the
Please note Mr. Fleming's comments carefully, determine their usability. The old Highland View Assembly of God
The first thing. I know I'll have run slam out of brick being obtained 1iy-the society Church held their regular meeting
friends. That is, if their conversations continue to pro- will be used for,pathways in the Friday at 7:45 P. M.
voke me to write contrary to their views. cemetery to be laid at-some future Song service was conducted by
This time, the conversation concerned shopping at date. Betty Creamer.
hom. By now, I trust my good readers are aware of Mrs. Porter reported that the A special in song was given
home. By now, I trust my good readers are aware of my City has graciously erected, Kathryn Hand.
own feelings on the subject. However, I've learned (the through the generous cooperation The offering was taken by Le-
hard way) that it is not particularly unusual to occas- of The Florida Power Company, at roy Jones.
ionally find myself swimming against the current of lo- the request of Mrs. Brinson, a fine Prayer request was given by Mrs.
cal opinion (I endorsed LBJ, too remember?). street light at the entrance of the Bob Raffield.
Regardless, my crusade against out of town shop- cemetery It was moved and sec- Testimony service was led by
g otee u asaonded that the City Council and Miss Dot Zealor.
ping won't cease as .1cng as I am identified with The the 'Florida Power Company be The service was in charge of
News. Habitual buying in Panama City, Dothan or, Ma- thanked by the organization for Betty Creamer and Patricia Davis.
rianna is a cancer to the economic life of our community. these new innovations. The service next week will be
Maybe we can't cure it, but we must try to control it. After the reading of the Treas- in charge of Mrs. Quincy Hand and
My friend has reasons for buying elsewhere. She urer's report by Mrs. William How- Miss Dot Zealor.
says she change better selection, lower prices and a ell, Jr., Mrs. Brinson proposed that Everyone is invited to attend.
says she can get better selection, lower prices and a the Society purchase a reprint edi- C. A.'s Reporter,
friendlier reception by driving to the bigger towns. May- ion of "Territorial Florida" by Betty Creamer.
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e sue canU. j. Uso, uer trac is Uoneu'. l te reasons. -et b
consider how a merchant conducts his business.
Ours is a small town. The clothier, for example,
Stocks 'is store based on his estimate of what he can sell.
One unfortunate e ingredient in his consideration, is the
fact that only part of our citizens will patronize his store.
This iieans he must buy items by the half-dozen instead
of by multi-dozen. His range of sizes is necessarily limit-
ed, and his profit cannot include lot discounts. If more
local citizens did not go running off to the city, he could
compete more readily. Also, being human, the merchant
,finds it hard to be the picture of graciousness when he
sees the same faces only during his semi-annual sales.
Our mission is not to eliminate all out of town buy-
ing. We do believe that local citizens should try to fill
their needs locally. Merchants will not lose trade know-
ingly. If enough people ask for something he doesn't
have, he'll stock it. So, if you've asked once for a par-
ticular item, ask again.
Why do I insist on discussing this unpopular sub-
ject? Because every charity and civic project looks to
the merchant for help. And help is given. The dollars
spent out of town do not support our local projects. And
the few dollars "saved" in nearby cities suck, nourish-
ment from our economic vitality.
We're entering the Christmas season. We'll be
spending more money than any other time of the year.
Our long Indian summer was fine for everyone but the
merchant., He's over-stocked now, because we didn't need
to buy for cold weather. This year, help yourself by giv-
ing our local businessmen the first crack at your Christ-
mas purchases.
G6 ahead and buy those things out of town that !
aren't available here. But check. Make sure. Give a help-
ing hand to our own merchants. the same people to
whom our charities and schools look for a helping hand.

CHARITY PROGRAM COSTS TAX PAYERS
Last week the youth of our city held a dance for
charity.
This same charity received the attention of teen-agers
the nation over, who were also rewarded with a telephone
call from a teen-age idol in the entertainment field.
All was to be perfect and charitable .. an act of
brotherly love and kindness. But, as is the case' all too often,
there was a sour apple ... or two ... or three. .' or more ..
in the barrel.
While dancing and having a big party to help the charit-
able cause, some of the teen-agers definitely harmed the po-
sition of the tax payer of Port St. Joe.
One. complete rest room was ruined in the Centennial
Building (scene of the "party"). Doors were torn from the
frames, windows broken and general damage inflicted on the
building and facilities.
The taxpayers of Port St. Joe have just recently spent
a good deal of money placing the Centennial Building in a
position to be profitably used for this type function. The tax-
,payers have spent a great deal more money providing recre-
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isolated case, it is one of many such instances the City
Commission and the tax payer will soon have a rebellion of
their own a refusal to provide any more facilities to be
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Challenge In Dental Field Is There

For Those Seeking Worthy Career


This is the last of a series of
articles dealing with the various
phases of the dental profession.
They were written by the Port
St. Joe Rotary Club as a part of
its campaign to bring better den-
tal health to the children of Gulf


County.
The Club wishes to take this
opportunity to extend a hearty
vote of thanks to Miss Etta Nib-
lack, St. Joe High School Li-
-brarian, whose patient search un-
earthed the background informa-


tion used in the pencil sketches
and explanatory writing.
The many branches of the field
of dentistry offer a challenge to
the young man or woman seeking
a worthwhile and well-paying ca-
reer. Dentists are in great demand
throughout the country today.
All of more than fifty dental
schools in the United States today
require that the student have at
least two years of college work
before he can be admitted to the
four year course in dentistry. Some
schools award the degree of D.D.S.
Doctor of Dental Surgery), others
award the degree of D.M.D. (Doc-
tor of Dental Medicine). Many
schools offer post graduate train-
ing.
In addition to the field of gen-
eral dental practice, the profession
includes many highly trained spe-
cialists.
The Oral Surgeon treats diseases
and deformities of the mouth,
broken jaws and injuries to the
teeth by surgery.
The Orthodontist corrects mal-
formations which develop during
the growth of the teeth and jaws.
By the use of metal braces and
other means he brings the teeth
into correct alignment.
Prosthodontia is the branch of
dentistry which specializes in re-
placing lost teeth by the use of
bridgework, partial and full den;
tures.
Periodontia deals with the treat-
ment of diseases of the gums and
mouth.
Pepodontia is concerned with
dental diseases in children.

THOMAS C. ARATA PROMOTED
TO RANK OF CAPTAIN
Newly-promoted Captain Thomas
C. Arata, son of Mr and Mrs. Hy-
polite A. Arata, 1020 Aurora Ave-
nue, Metairie, Louisiana, received
Sthe insignia of his new rank from
Colonel Richard Pollard, Transpor-
tation Officer, U. S. Army Com-
munications Zone, Europe, and
General Marquet, French Com-
mander, Atlantic Inter Armies
Transit Base, La Rochelle, France,
during a recent NATO landing ex-
ercise in the South of France. The
captain, who arrived in France in
July, is a graduate of Jesuit High
School, New Orleans, and the
Louisiana State University where
he was a member of the Phi Delta
Theta fraternity. With him in Or-
leans is his wife, Patricia Ann,
whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert E. Lee Williams, reside at 616
Garrison Avenue, Port St. Joe,
Florida.


Read and Use the Classifieds


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


"A World Free From TB" Would

Make A Wonderful Gift For Everybody


JACKSONVILLE "One of
the greatest gifts adults can give
to children is a world safe from
TB." So said Santa Claus during
a pre-Christmas visit to the Flor-
ida State Board of Health.
And, to emphasize his point,
Santa arranged with Dr. Dwight
J. Wharton, director of the Flor-
ida Division of Tuberculosis Con-
trol, to have his own chest
X-rayed.
"Really dangerous sources of
infection are people who have


tuberculosis without knowing it,"
Santa said. "It is important to
guard children from infection by
examining adults in their families
as wel las the teachers and oth-
ers with whom they come in con-
tact. Tuberculosis can be pre-
vented if everyone works to-
gether to find all the people with
TB and see that they have prop-
er treatment. If all of us grown-
ups have a regular physical
checkup, children everywhere
can grow up in a safer, happier
world."


Two Important Changes Are Made

In Social Security Program
The 1964 session of Congress this change, it is possible for an
made two important changes In individual to meet the work re-
the Social Security Law, accord-' quirement even though he became
ing to John V. Carey, District Man- disabled as far back as October,
ager of the, Panama City Social 1941.
Security Officed. No action was Since July 1, 1962, an individual
taken on numerous other proposed had to have 5 full years of Social
changes in the Social Security sys- Security credits in a 10 year period
tem. ending no more than 18 months.
The work requirement for dis- prior to the filing of an applica-
ability protection under Social Se- tion. Claims of disabled'individuals
curity was changed, Carey con- which were disallowed for failure
tinued. Now, an individual who to meet the old work requirement
becomes severely disabled before are being reexamined and will be
age 65 meets the work requirement processed under the new rule.
if he has 5 full years of Social Se- Congress also extended the pe-
curity credit in the 10 year period riod during which ministers and
before he became disabled. With members of religious orders may


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1964


Birth Announcement Local Librar
Mr and Mrs. Walter F. Kings- Y
bury of Route One, Box 459, Au- li Grwinglll
burndale, Fla., proudly announce
the arrival of a 6 pound, 142 oz. A well equipped library is not
daughter, November 16, 1964, at just a shelf of books. The trouble
the Winter Haven Hospital, Winter with a static collection is that spe-
Haven, Fla. The little lady has been cial interests cannot be pursued.
naed Eizeth Ka Te rd clal interests cannot be pursued.
named Elizabeth Kay. The grand- Saint Joseph's Children's Li-
parents are A. C. Stephens of Port brar, located on Eighth Street,
St. Joe, Fla., Mrs. Nadine Whit- brary, located on Eighth Street,
d of Wnter a F la continues to grow by the addition
field of Winter Haven, Fla., and of books, properly selected, classi-
Mrs. L. M. Kingsbury of Los An- fled and reviewed.
geles, California. Elizabeth Kay has The library is open from 4 to 5
a sister, Rhonda Nanette, 11, and a p. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
brother, Robert Stephen, 9. Friday.
'Tough Enough," Grades 1-3.
elect to have their ministerial in- Tough Enough was Beanie Tatum's
come credited for Social Security dog and mischief was just about all
purposes, Carey added. Under the he was good for-or so said all the
change, individuals who have been members of the family except
ministers for more than two years Beanie. But when the creek goes
will have to make their decision wild and is about to flood the cabin
prior to April 15, 1965. Additional it is Tough Enough who gives the
details on this change in the law warning. After that no one thinks
will be given in our release next he is a nuisance any more. Warm
week. and appealing story laid in the
No action was taken on hospital- Great Smoky Mountains.
ization insurance for the aged; the "Secret of the Andes," Grades
payment of Social Security benefits 4-6. High in the Andes the modern
to children through age 22 who re- Inca boy Cusi lives with Chuto, the
main in school; or, on the proposed old llama herder, helping him
increase in Social Security bene- guard the precious flock. The boy's
fits. These and other proposed special pet is black Misti, who ac-
s m Tse andotr p ed m osrhetgoesdown
changes will no doubt be consid- companies Cusi when he goes down
ered during the 1965 session of to the world of people to seek his
Congress. heart's desire.
The Social Security office for "In France," Grades 7-8. A lov-
this area is located at 1135 Har- ing tribute to France and French-
rison Avenue, Panama City, Flor- men by a native daughter who
ida, (Telephone 763-5331). wants American children to under-
__ stand her homeland.. Covers an


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amazing amount of information in
an informal manner. History, cus-
toms, traditions, geopraphy, music,
literature, art-Mlle. Clement's en-
thusiasm is contagious. Closes with
some thoughts on the future of this
great country and a warm invita-
tion to visit France.


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Historical Commission Will Place


Marker At Old Salt Works Site


Mrs. Ned S. Porter, chairman of
the Gulf County Historical Com-
mission, announced this week that
another historical marker for this
area has been procured by this
Commission. The date for erection
will be in the future and will be
announced later. The marker has
arrived and is stored at Constitu-
tion Convention Museum.
This is a marker for the St. Jo-
seph Salt Works, a million dollar
salt manufacturer of Confederate
days, which was destroyed by
Federal gunboats during the sec-
ond year of the War Between the
States. The marker will be erected
just off Highway 30, in the vicinity
of the road leading to the Vitro
it an the proposed nrnnn St .Tosepnh


SHIPYARD COVE
With completion of St. Joseph Legion Auxiliary Is
& Lake Wimico Railroad, 1836, Selling Recipe Calendars
movement of cotton to shipsite The Willis V. Rowan Post 116
at St. Joseph, from the fore- American Legion Auxiliary Unit
most cotton producing territory announced today the start of their
in the world, began here to do- annual sale of the new, 1965 Ameri-
mestic and foreign ports. As a can Legion Auxiliary Recipe Cal-
result "the young village soon endar. Mrs. Lois Daniell, Unit
became metropolitan." For this President, said the Recipe Calen-
dar is a new fund raising-public re-
extensive operation a commod- nations project for the Auxiliary.
ious shipyard was established. The book, offered exclusively by
Site recorded, Lieutenant L. M. Auiliary Units, is a unique 144
Powell, Government Survey, St. page, 6" x 9", spiral bound calen-
Joseph Bay, 1941. Memorial. mar- dar replete with over 50 food pic-
ker erected, Gulf County Histor- tures and two hundred practical
icl Commission, 1964. stained in recipes for American Legion Aux-
(All of the history contained in of
4-,- _, -1 -a _- :_ iliary leaders. Fifty-two pages of


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1964


.,. .the texts of all of our markers is a5
in our heart can never be filled and a sadness will always be with Peninsula State Park. exactingly documented before it of the bookare devoted to each week to
us. The text of the marker reads: s approved by The Florida Bureau of the year with blank spaces to c
Still, we can find comfort in knowing that we share many happy The text of the marker reads: is approved by The FHi orida Bureau record appointments, notes, etc.
memories with their friends and loved ones. We know that a part ST. JOSEPH CONFEDERATE of Parks and Historical Memorials.) A nine page sectiQn at the front p
of their love will always remain with us. SALTWORKS of each book tells the Auxiliary
During this time of thanksgiving, I know your hearts will be A major Confederate Saltworks HUNTERS REMINDED TO READ story. Many of the Auxiliary proj-
saddened again by our loss. Because of this, I would like to share with daily capacity of 150 bush- RULES, SAYS JOHN BROWN ects are explained in these pages.
some of the comforts God has granted me during this year.- els, before completion, was locat- PANMA CITY All hunters in Copies of the Recipe Calendar I i
In speaking in memory of my loved ones has not been easy. ed 200 feet north. Brick founda- remindedtoread t are available at $1.50 each from
No, my poor power of speech can add nothing to what they did to ed 200 feet north. Brick founda- Florida are reminded to read the are available at $1.50 each from t
enrich our lives. I can only hope to follow their example: To show tions were salvaged from ruins regulations before taking to the any member of the Auxiliary. This t
enrich our lives. I can only hope to fofellowship they shared with us to others. example: Tp shof the old city of St. Joseph. Salt field, says John Bown, regional unusual book cannot be found in
the love and fellowship they hared with us to others processed by evaporation of sea- manager, Game and Frash Water stores. If you are looking for a e
ChatMRS. TEE HICKS water was one of Florida's two Fish Commission, Panama City. unique gift, the Recipe Calendar c
Chattahoochee, Florida chief contributions to the Con- "Most hunters are aware of the is perfect. The full-color covers are d
federacy. 'These Salt Works de- regulations related to taking deer, beautiful and the book is certainly
Golden Agers Meet T.S. Parker, Sr. stroyed September 8, 1862, by turkey, squirrel, quail and duck useful. Contact a club member to-
Hostess: Mrs. Essie Williams, USS Kingfisher, by bombardment because these change very little day for your copy or call Mrs.
The Golden Agers met Monday, Chairman; Mrs. Mary Whitfield. and landing action. Destruction fbeause to ea ng e very little Myrtice mithur copyales Manager of
November 30, for their regular Publicity: Mrs. E. H.. Vanland- of Confederate Salt Works was frBuom year to year,"w ow requires thated. Myrtihe project, at hone number of
"But Florida law now requires that
business meeting at the Stac House. igham. a comparable blow "to the South- hunters be licensed to take or at- 227-3041.
The meeting opened with prayer Telephone Committee: R. D. ern Cause as the fall of Charles- tempt to take rabbits which are B .
by the president, Mrs. E. H. Van- Floyd, Chairman; Mr. J. A. Fillin- ton." Memorial Marker erected, classified as game 'animals, and Garden Club Will Meet
lanidingham, followed with the roll
laridingham, followed with the roll on Historical Commis- certain other fur-bearing animals, With Mrs. Dudley Vaughn i
call and the minutes were read and Rev. Thomas S. Harris gave an sion, 1964. including red and gray fox, bobcat,
approved. interesting talk on, "Live While This "Comparable blow" signi- raccoon, opossum, skunk and nu- The Port St Joe Garden Club 1
The nominatingcommittee gave Alive" He gave the group many fies the destruction of any or all trial will meet Thurda, December 10 1
their report on the new officers for ideas about things they could do Confederate salt works, the major The season for all the above fur- at the home of Mrs. Dudley Vaughn t
the coming year as follows: for people in this community and part of which were located along, bearing animals will remain open at 1201 Constitution Drive. f
President: Mrs. Elizabeth Mont- hobbies they could participate in. this portion of the Gulf, from St.' throughout the year. They can be All members are urged to attend
gomery. The hostesses, Mrs. J. A. Fillin- Andrew Bay to Perry in the Apala- taken without bag limit. and bring a present to be exchang- f
First Vice-President: Mrs. J. W. gim and Mrs. T. E. Parker, Sr., chee Bay and St. Marks' area. The following species of wildlife ed. Everyone will work on arrange- n
Daughtry. served delicious home baked fruit An additional marker has also are protected at all times in Flor- ments to be placed in the hospital. c
Second Vice-President: Mr. Roy cake and coffee to the 14 members been purchased by the Gulf Coun- ida: panther, cub bear, Key deer,
Gibson. I present. ty Historical Commission, but is alligators, crocodiles, Axis deer,
Treasurer: Mrs. Carrie Gibson. The next meeting will be the not yet completed. This marker Ross goose, snow goose, brant,
Secretary: Mrs. 0. M. Taylor. Christmas party, December 15, at will locate the historic site of swan, all eagles, hawks and owls, stm a ste r
Program: Mrs. Calla Parrett, the home of Mrs. Calla Parrett at "Shipyard Cove" and will bear the song birds, weasel and Everglades
Chairman; Mrs. Roy Gibson, Mrs. 815 Marvin Avenue. i following text: mink.

For Christi

S, A tightly suffed package, with m
SSpecials for December nothing rattling around inside, will a
have a less chance of being dam- y
L[' Iaged in transit, he noted.
... 3rd 5th. "When packing a gift, remember d
SL that the package you send may be
shipped on the bottom of a mail
sack and there may be heavier
packages on top. Among the relali
k' ptive few packages damaged in
transit, improper packaging is the
m / M r e S el cautioned.


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Just to be on the safe side, the
Postmaster suggests that all pack-
ages be insured.
He -noted that poor packaging
and addresses which are either in-
correct or not legible are respon-
sible for the nondelivery of about
half a million parcels each year.
If the return address is not correct
or illegible and the package cannot
be returned, it will be saved 90
days. If unclaimed, the parcel is
usually lost to the sender or in-
tended recipient. Such parcels wind
up in public auctions held at 15
major post offices across the na-
tion.


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Williams-Griner

Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Wil-
!iams of Port St. Joe announce
the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter,
Judy Louise, to P 3/C Larry Der-
rell Griner, son of Mrs. E. E.
Weeks of Nashville, Tenn.
The wedding will be an event
of January 1 at 5 P. M. (EST) in
the First Baptist Church of
White City. No invitations are
being sent but all friends and
relatives are inivted to the wed-
ding and reception.

Area Information Being
Compiled for Britannica
Postmaster Chauncey Costin, hav-
ng received a questionnaire re-
garding the history of Port St. Joe,
and its origin, from David C. Whit-
ney, editor-in-chief of The Ency-
clopedia Americana, New York
City, N. Y., requested Mrs. Ned
Porter to supply this information.
Mrs. Porter is pleased to advised
that she has filled out, in concise
retail, the abbreviated historical
information required in this ques-
ionnaire, and is submitting same
o editor Whitney for the purpose,.
and in the hope of having this data
entered, all or in part, in the forth-
coming edition of The Encyclope-
dia Americana.

Movie Will Be Shown
Tonight At Long Avenue
A movie especially for teen-agers
vill be shown at the Long Avenue
Baptist Church tonight at 7:30 p.m.
The film, entitled "Fourteen Go-
ng On Sixteen", is a film about a'
4 year old girl secretly dating a
7 year old boy and the complica-
ions of trying to hide the fact
rom her parents.
Everyone is invited to see the
ilm, sponsored by the Lota Pal-
mer Life Service Band of the
hurch.


Offers Helpful Hints



mas Parcel Mailing
hove the mails faster. The bands packages. Don't worry about the
re available at the post office and parcels being delivered too early,
ou need only to request them. just mark "Don't open until
December 5 is the suggested Christmas" on the front, Costin
deadline for mailing out-of-town said.


Opening Times


Sat ...-.....
Sun.
Mon.-Fri.


.. 12:45 p.m.
2:45 p.m.
4:45 p.m.


--- DOUBLE FEATURE ---
Thursday, Friday and Saturday


All parcels should be addressed
on only one side and should also. .
have the address written on the in- '
side of the package in case the ex- BARRY 'MARILYN scT LON
terier wrapping should come off. SULLIVAN'MAXWELL-BRADY CHANEY -
..KEENAN "
Costin emphasized that ZIP Cod- i WYNN .,I i MANTLEE 1M ETOR LUNW.MON.THEIWCLLYMONEY
ing the address on parcels and let- i| AUBREY SCiENCK I BOHASIB N icMEiHIOB.JOHN HI3GINS
ters helps insure against loss due SCF N'cnKa.ETECHNISCOPEE -(--
to improper addressing. Since each
area of the country has an indi-
vidual ZIP Code, there is little Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
chance for a piece of mail destined
for one city being directed to a
city which may have a similar
name. For example, theer are at
least 26 areas around the country
which would have Springfield in
the address. Use of the proper ZIP .
Code would send the mail, to the i
right post office.
'We are asking everyone to be
especially cooperative this holiday
season. During the peak of the
'rush' we expect that 7 billionL
pieces of mail will flow through A
the system .and it looks as if 12
billion pieces willbe delivered dur- hoo, Swinging hit S0ngs,
ing the entire month of December. ce-STARBANa w inigEo ngs
That's quite a bit of mail," the JOAN LEIF ,eeh
Postmaster said. o ARBARA SANW YCK FREEMAN ERICKSON JOHN RICH
"Please pack parcels solidly," Sceenpay by rM
was the plea of Postmaster Chaun- ANTHONY LAWRENCE and ALLAN WEISS IECHNICOUlR IECHISCI FE GEM
cey Costin. II_ II
The Port Saint Joe Postmaster
also reminded his patrons that the 4 BIG DAYS
use of free "local" and "out-of-
town" separation bands will help 1;. ? *' .^ ,. 7', '.W- ".


These round buttons of
blooms are those of English
daisy; come In pink, rose and
white for your spring garden,
Time to sow them now.
For pink and white buttons
df English daisies to bloom in
your garden next spring, you
should sow seeds during Auguste
These may be started in potf,'
in flats or in a special seedbed
in the, garden.
Where you sow the seeds will
depend on the number of plants
you wish to raise. Obviously the
seedbed is the place to sow if
:you want many plants; pots if
you want only a few.
Regardless of where you sow
seeds, a good soil mixture in
which to sow them consists of
% of your best garden soil,
1 granulated peat m o s and
%Is sand. Mix well and sieve fine.
iThen fill pots, flats or seedbed
With the mixture.
It's easy to make a raised
seedbed. Select a partly shaded
place in your yard and outline
the bed by setting 4 boards on
end. Make it any size you please,
holding the boards upright by
pegging them in place.
Into this enclosure, put the
Sieved soil, allowing it to settle
for a week and then leveling it
by drawing a block of wood or
board across the top.
Now you're ready to plant and
you needn't stop with seeds of
english daisies because pansies,
violas and forget-me-nots also'
may be started now for spring'
bloom ..
Sow the seeds in rows or scat.;
ter them over the soil surface.
Cover lightly with sand. Place
a piece of burlap over the bed
and water with a fine spray
through the burlap. This pre-
vents seeds from washing out
of place.
RIemove the burlap as soon as
the seeds sprout, but continue
to water with a fine spray until
seedlings are ready to trans.
plant, which will be as soon as
they get their second set of
leaves.


TEE HICKS


MICHAEL HICKS


In Memoriam
One year has passed since our loved ones, Tee Hicks and Mi-
chael Hicks left us. to wait for us in a better world. Their place


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THE STAR, Port St. oe, Fla. THURSDAY,DECEMBER 3, 1964 gutterset back immediately in or- Miniterof the waiver certificate Form
eder to avoid the loss of property rtMinisters M a2031) about the due date of the
Now, Therefore Be It Resolved en M y certificate should be disregarded.

MINUTES of the by he Board of County Commi orida arden N otes.. obtainIfhis election results in self-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, as-! Herv Sha Editor Florida to The next activitemployment tax or an increase in
GULF COUNTY COMMISSION thday of November, A 1 64, Agricultural Extension Service pare the planting site. For bed Areently enacted law makes it self-employm tax for the years
that the StateRoadDepartme fIpopossible for many ministers whose 1962 and 1963, amended income
thI11a the State Road Department of If you like to stare at neighbors plantings, such as roses, dig in 4 e for e n S es ( oi etr i
Florida be, and it is hereby re- pounds of complete fertilizer per date for electing Social Security tax returns (or original returns if
quested to re-construct the afore- in a casual way, try planting flow- 1 uare ards of sace i coverage had previously expired to a return has not been filed pre-
Wewahitchka, Florida, First Methodist Church of Port St. said curb and gutter from main- ers in window boxes. 00 square yards of space. now obtain such coverage, accord- viously) must be filed for those
November 10, 1964. Joe and presented a resolution tenance funds of the Gulf County This way you can gaze and get For trees or shrubs, dig a hole ing to John V. Carey, District Man- years. The tax or additional tax
The Board of County Commis- adoptedbytheCityofPortSt eSecondary Road Fund. subjects for choice gossip while one-third larger in diameter than ager of the Panama City Social Se- shown thereon should be paid with
sioners of Gulf County met this requesting the County and State Unanimously adopted this 10thsu t f g thid plargesaroos yin diametpouder-thane ait h
date in egularsession with the Road Department to reconstruct a day of November, A. D 1964. taking, or faking, care of the flow- the plant's roots. Mix a cup of fer-curity Officeth ereturn.Since interest accrues
following members present: James portion of the curb and gutter near and a generous quantity of f
G. McDaniel, Chairman, Walter said Church. After discussion theft Mrd Wayne Biggs, representing tie
Graham, Leo Kennedy and S. C. Boardunanimously adopted the the Wh ity Fire Department Constructing window boxes can peat in the top soil. Place the ploat The new law provides that a ing year's return, the original or
PlGraham, Leo Kennedeputy and Sheriff, following resolutionusly adopterequested said Fire Department be a do-it-yourself project. How- in the hole slightly lower than it minister may obtain coverage un- amended return should be filed
Player The MoCleik, Deputy Sheriff,Super following resolution shareofthe funds collected for ever, if a hammer in your hand be- grew in the nursery. Fill in around der Social Security by filing a and the tax paid without delay.
Attx orneW. Kilbourn were alntso pres- essary that ias been found nect tricSt. hJoseph's reupon,Fi there Clonrok was in- comes a misguided missile and the plant with the soil-peat-fertil- valid waiver certificate, Form 2031, If a minister has not elected cov-
visor poadotuperin ten den d WWhhereeas,, t e a s heiClerk washasI I oe a nec- has no ele t
MaxentW. Kilbourn were also I property hand lives of Citizens of structed to pay over to said Fire tends to hit the wrong nail, then izer mixture. When the hole is half on or before the due date of his erage under Social Security on or
The meeting ame to order at Gulf County, Florida, and of the Department $718.74 as approved on it's best to hire a local handyman filled, settle .the loose earth with income tax return for. 1964. For before April 15, 1965, he will not
9:00 A. meeting The Attorney opened General Public a lorset back in the September 22,, 1964. Ito do the job. Hi.can install a win- water and repeat the watering most taxpayers, this will be no be eligible to elect coverage on
the meeting with prayer. Icurb and gutter approximately 6 Mr. Jesse V. Stone of theBo dow box in short orderridawhen the space around the plant is later than April 15, 1965. past or future earnings. Carey
The minutes of October 13th and feet to the Wesouth side of 11mh that the Park Service has requested A good soil mixture, planting filled and firmed. The waiver certificate will be ef- urged that all ministers who want-
27th were read, corrected, approved Avenue and Northerly along the owner of certain parcels of material adapted to the exposure, Around the base of the plant fective for the year 1962 and for ed coverage under Social Security
Mr. David Smith, District For- 'theWest side of Monument Ave- land in Sections 17 and 20, Tow and plant care are necessary for form a dish-shaped basin to hold all succeeding years, Carey said. and who are not certain about their
ester, introduced Mr. Jack F. Man- nue a distance of approximately ship 9 outh, ange 10 Westtoa succeedingoyearsanareyusaidei
ester, introduce new Bay-Gulf Mr. Jack ounty Man- nue a distance oform with the crb consider selling a portion of his the success of your window sill water. Mulch the plant with straw Since this election is made under status to contact the local Social
ley, the new Bay-Gulf CNovember 1,and gutter extending further property that has archaeological project. Also, for best results in or leaves and shade if it is neces- the provisions of Public Law 88- Security office as soon as possible.
1964. The Board welcomed Mr. Northerly be immediately made, significance to the State Park winter locate the window box on scary. Watering newly set plants 650, the instructions on the back The Social Security office for this
e NoService. Ithesunny side of the house. regularly is very important. area is located at 1135 Harrison
Manley and discussed his program and sThe Board approved payment of s Auodsilnitrtrhue
Mr.in Gulf County. heRoberts appearedCommireas, the Board of County is17.00 to Mrs. Nadine H. Aplin for A good soil mixture for house With rainfall at a low point at Avenue, Panama City, Florida
Mr. James B. Roberts appearednting Commissioners of Gulf county d, nursing a veteran indigent patient. plants is equal parts of sand, peat this time of year, it is a good idea stay in the shed until you're sure (telephone 763-5331).
before the Board representing the desirous of having said curb and The Board discussed a request moss and good garden soil. To each to conserve soil moisture around of the exact extent of cold dam-
from Honorable Ernest W. Welch, bushel mix in a half pound of com- citrus trees by keeping down win- age.
Attorney for an Insurance Com- e6e
SIT panry,to allow Mr. Shade T. Mor- plete fertilizer, such as 6-6-6 or ter weeds. The weed eradication Don't spare the water during the CLASSIFIED ADS!
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ris to return to work. The Board 8-8-8. program also keeps the noxious winter months. Remember that
announced that said employee, It's not a good idea to grow over pests from using the fertilizer you plants suffering from lack of ater Midget Investments That Yield
Intersection Monument and Constitution could not return to work until his two or three kinds of plants per applied to the trees suering trom lack of water
REv. THOMAS S. HARRIS, .D., Minister Doctorfiles a release with his Su- w owox.ou may applied tothetrees the fruit manotsurvivethe double suffer-Giant Returns!
The Board of Conservation noti- sider color combinations, too. This trees, inspect them for scale. Re-
Church School 9.45 A.M. fied this Board that $1,900.00 has could include blue, pink, and white; member, don't use oil spray for
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. been earmarked in matching funds red, white and blue; red and yel- scale control during cool weather.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M. r of Commerce artificial fishing low; or red with white. TrailingOil makes most dooryard plantings NEED A PLUMBER?
Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. reef; that said funds will be re- vines and green foliage plants go less resistant to damage during CALL AMA
Bible Study (Wednesday) 7:30 P.M. leased upon certification that an well with all of these. cold weather. One material to use CALL BEAMAN
Bible Study (Wednesday equal amount has been expended Suggested plants for growing in for scale control during winter is Piumbing Installation Repairs
"Where Old Fashioned Friendliness Still Surives" by enator George G. Tapper noti- window boxes are begonias, coleus, malathion 50 percent emulsion at Contract Work A Specialty
fied the Board that Mr. Ed Wright ferns, wandering jew, vinca, ger- the rate of 3 teaspoons per gallon
has agreed to give all necessary aniums, pansies, petunias, portu- of water. If necessary, follow with Agents for
Yo Are Cordially invited T Atendright of way across his property laca, marigolds, nasturturtiums and a second application of malathion
ou Are Cordially Invited To end f the new St. Joseph's Peninsula verbenas. about three weeks later. Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
Park Road. The Senator stated that verbenas.a
SAthe County must make an early de. Shrubs Don't be too anxious to prune CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES -
S. Bapt cision as to this road because with- This is the beginning of the sea- 6ut "dead" wood from your shrubs
out the County's 100% cooperation son for transplanting trees and following a cold snap. Cold will TWO EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS TO SERVE YOU
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street the project would be lost-Com- shrubs. The first step is selecting often defoliate branches without
Corner Long Avenuemissioner Kennedy said that he be- healthy plants with good roots and killing the wood. If you cut out BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. lives the County will have to com- wood soon after a cold spell, you
Mornin-g Worship 11:00 A.M. mit some of the cost of this proj-i might discover that you have cut 1107 GARRISON AVE PHONE 27-2541
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. ect-The Chairman said he did not agreement should be discussed fur- o ive wood So let the shearscut 1107 GARRISON AVE. PHONE 227-2541
EVENING WORSHIP, 5:00 P.M. want to see any secondary road other with Mr. Gross before same let
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION]f--------- 6:15 P.M. funds used on this project because is executed.
BAPTS RO ----in the beginning he was assured The following changes were
PRAYER SFRVICE (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M. that other funds would be avail- made on the indigent role:
Viable. Commissioner Graham stated Removed: J. L. Maddox.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME that he has not changed hs stand Added: Iron Rogers, $30.00 this Mre on the w a
V IITORS ALW AYS VVLLC El on this project; that he believes all payment, $15.00 thereafter; Mattie V I o t w
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor business projects should have first Lou Smith, $15.00 this month only; .
R V. J. C. iOUn, pastor priority over pleasure roads; that *Nila Rhames, $10.00; H. F. Wim-
Air Conditioned -- Centrally Heated the Board now has several projects berly, $15.00.
on resolution to be constructed The Farm Agent presented his r
-- which have first priority on all sec- report for October and the same v
ondary road funds, but he may be was ordered filed.
W-willing to commit future funds for All payrolls and bills for Octo-
the park road. No decision made. ber were approved and ratified as
The Board advertised for one Tfwpaid.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ton truck for the Mosquito Control The Chairman announced that aan s or w aiing
Department, bids to be received work session with the County At-
Corner Third St, and Baltzell Ave. C. Byron Smith, Pastor until 6:30 P. M., November 24, torney, Architect, Fiscal Agent and
1964. Bond Attorneys would be held at
Mr. P. T. McCormick, Chairman, 1:30 P. M. ,to discuss the methods Your wait for one of these new 1965 Chevrolets is about over-and we want to
'SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. Highland View Water and Sewer of financing the new Court House
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9District requested permission for and Jail to be constructedinPort thank you for your patience. Come see us now. When you get behind the wheel,
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. said Water and Sewer District to St Joe, but that no decision or no you'll be lad you waited!
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M. construct a water system with official action will be considered you
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION--------- 6:15 P.M. some of the lines on county road at this work session.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ............ 6:15 P.M. right of way. After discussion, the There being no further business,
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .. 7:45 P.M. :Board voted unanimously to grant the meeting did then adjourn.
The Board discussed a proposed Chairman.
Architect. It was decided that said George Y. Core, Clerk. .. .


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THIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1964'


Sullivan Named

Jaycee Director
The Port St. Joe Jaycees elected
Jerry Sullivan to serve as a direc-
tor for the remaining of the jay-
cee year.
A vacancy was left by the resig-
nation of Jake Koller, who has
Moved to Fort Walton Beach. Kol-
Icr, who was first vice-president
was succeeded by Bill Brown who
was second vice-president. Jim Har-


Familiar words in times of
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will hurry to your pharmacist.
We know how important that
piece of paper is to you. So,
It gets top priority in this
Rexall Drug Store. We want the
sick to get well, too. We have
loved ones and know just how
you feel.
YOUR f DRUG STORE


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Drive-In Window. Service
317 Williams Ave.
Free Parking



PINES
Stand Tall
In Florida's
Future!


rison, a director, was elevated to
the second vice-president position,
Several new members have been
signed up by the Jaycees as the
result of a 'recent membership
drive. New members include: Bob
Phillips, Ruel Whitehurst, Raymond
Lawrence, Weylon Graham, Ken
Hurlbut, Billy Joe Rich and Tem-
ple Watson.

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- Say You Saw It In The Star -


By Mary Whitman
Maybe you never thought
about books and games as one
way of decorating a child's.
room. You can do wonders with
these.
Your materials are supplied
by the book and game counters
'of drugstores, "five and ten"
variety stores and other handy
shopping spots. You can deco-
rate for: a few dollars, or go
higher if. you like.
There. are punch-out villages
in children's game books that
Smack e fine shelf decorations.
You, also' can punch out doll
Houses, or bright red barns and
appealing animals. Or you may
want to trace some of these on
a wall and p a int your own
i murals.
Bright colored mobiles can be
punched out, too, to hang from
the ceiling and sway in every
breeze.. A mobile is ideal near a
Sciib. A school child can make his
own. An adult can trace the
paper model to make a perma-
nent -mobile In metal or wood,
then glaze or paint his work.
If you need pictures for the
wall,, why not use a torn book as
inspiration? "Youi can salvage


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FOR SALE: Adding machine paper.
Package of 3 rolls, 70c. The Star,
227-3161.
FOR SALE: In White City. House
with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living
room, den, dining room and two
kitchens. 2 acres of land with big
concrete block barn. Water soft-
ener and deep well. See Mrs. G.
S. Croxton or call 227-7816. Itc
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom
masonry home. Located on Mar-
vin Ave. Phone 227-2336. tfc-11-5
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
Hardwood floors, built in electric
appliances, built in heating system,
chain link fence. 2 years old. For
information ncall 227-8341. tfc-22
HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3
bedrooms, 1% baths, carport,
chain link fence, excellent condi-


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FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom FOR SALE: Winchester semi-auto-
furnished apartment on 12th St. matic 30.06 rifle. Like new. Less
Call 227-4261 days or 648-4600 eve- than year-old. $100. Reason for sell-
nings and nights. tfc-11-5 ing, "Daddy won't let me keep it."
See Ray Ramsey at The Star.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed first floor apartment. Phone OR SALE: Office machine ribbons
227-7761. tfc-11-13 for all popular machines. $1.00
The Star. Phone 227-3161.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monufnent Ave- OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typing paper,
nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-1 rag contenent bond, all sizes. On-
ionskin, manuscript covers, carbon
FOR RENT: Business property on paper, clips, fasteners, file folders.
Highway 98. With living quarters Everything for the office. The Star,
connected. Phone 229-1361; tfe-8-6 227-3161.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
furnished on St. Joe Beach. $60 every Wednesday night, 8 p.m.
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- t Parish House, 309% 6th St. Port
3840. tfc-10-1 Sr Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3 .f fo-
FOR RENT: Unrisd l. 1 h;er information or write P.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed- eo
,M-im 1l Ie., o rioi .... if- +< t "u 535.


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favorite illustrations this way," tion. 108 Westcott Circle or call school and town. Phone 227-8536
says June Behling,, art director 229-3291. after 5:00 p.m. WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
for Whitman Publishing Con- picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
pany of Racine, Wis. Books do FOR SALE by owner. House in East FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- sinks made to order. P. G. tskitchen
get worn and discarded, but Point. 2 bedrooms, on a 100 x tage with large porch. On St. Phone 648-4223. tfc-2 13
there's no need to lose a child's 200 ft. corner lot. C. T. Laws, 408 Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
favorite .giraffe or. elephant pic- Madison St., Oak Grove. Phone 648-3472 tfc7-16 MOVING? Your
ture. It dan be traced on felt, 229-2781. 5tp-11-26:. MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
cut out, and the details filled in FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- man is as near as your telephone.
with embroidery stitches. These FOR SALE: Mahan pecans. 50c lb. nished and one 3-bedroom fur- Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
felt figures can be f r a me d A. H. Matthews, phone 227- nished houses at Beach. 2-bedroom OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
against burlap or calico or other 8622. 2tp -1-26 furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished Office. Local and Long Distance
casual material. It's amazing FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel- and 1-bedroom furnished houses in Moving. Free Estimates.
how many delightful scenes you ling at Oak Grove. See Citizens' Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's R.A .-Regular convocation on St.
can make from fabric. And your Federal Savings and Loan Associa- Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
handworkgives a personal touch. tionJosephnd ptrd Nondays .A .M.
that many nursery decorations tion tfc-U-26 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on 1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
lack. FOR RENT OR SALE: 2 bedroom Hunter Circle. See Fennon Tal- companons welcome.
duple on Palm Blvd. Single dwel- ley. tfc-12-3 JOE EVANS, High Priest
ling for sale, 2 bedrooms. Easy FOR RENT: Nice two :bedroom ap-ICKEY, Secretary
Care f Stroke terms. Closing cost ony. Call Ce artment. Close to town. Call 229- THERE WILL .BE a regular com-
aIr Ul Jof USro cil G. Costin, Jr. tfe-11-26 4171. 2tp-12-3 municition of'Port St. Joe Lodge
S' CAMP FOR SALE: 1961 55x1 No .111, F. & A MI., ever ', first
P tient tulea FOR RKENT: At .119 Third Ave., and third Thuisday at 8"JO pm n.
Patientitudied Fleetwood trailer, 3 bedroom on Highland View, 3 bedroom house.
lot complete with septic tank, 2 Plumbing, water heater, car-
Change hasbecomso routine in eep well with 1 hp. pum port. $3000 month to reliable par-,
our lives we hardly' notice it any dock. Lot has been built up.River ty. See Whitfield, 881 Hayes, phone N. G. MARTIN, W. M.
more. e. are now arguing th ront, ready to use.t Frank pMDon 227-3983 oro write Givens, Crystal h. L. BURGE, Secretary
ore. We. are now arguing the ver Cutoff. Contact Frank McDon- Lake,. Fla. (Also want good 250
pros and cons Of a mi'on flight and aid, Phone 229-4731. 4tc-11-12 gal. gas tank.) 4tp-12-3 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST II,
what it will really mean to us. THE AMERICAN LEGION, meet.
During all thesegiant steps intFOR SALE or TRADE: 3 bedroom ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. ing second and fourth Tuesday .
During al these giant steps into house on 2 lots. Cypress paneled, Brown. Phone 227-8541. tfc-7-16 nights, 8:00 p.m. American Legion
space, medicine has been making 14'x16' bedrooms, large dining, liv- Home.
its own 'space flights." So many ing rooms and kitchen, finished FOR SALE: Small upright piano.
improvements in all segments of floors, double garage. See Goober In good condition. Call 648-4163 SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
the medical field have come about Lovett, Cooper's Barbe rShop. -',tp or 648-9125. Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
through research that those in
health ,work must take 'their own ,
tipie to kep up vyiph this progress.
Doctors and. purses alike are con
stantly studying to Iarn these new
advances. One sitch area is'the care
and rehabilitation of the stroke pa-
tient. : : I E tn o !
Realizing this need for constant
attention to these new techniques,
ehnuexdings Science, Too
the Florida Heart Association, in I A E x acti 'f'o,\
conjunction with the Florida State
Boad of Health, Gulf Couinty Health
Department, and Florida Nurses
Association, District 36, presented
a Stroke Rehabilitation Workshop UKLE A PRESCRIPTION OUR
in Port St. Joe, December 3 and 4
at the Muiicipal Hospital. i ..
Miss Minerva McLane, R.N., Ad- PROTECTION PLANS ARE PUT
ministrator of the Municipal Hos-
pital, welcomed those attending TOGETHER WITH EXTRA CARE!
and. introduced Miss Patricia Mc-
Mullan, R.N., Rehabilitation Con-,
sultant for the Florida State Board There are about as -ipany differ- //
of Health, and Mrs. Grace N. Lan-
ning, R.N., Program Director for ent types of insurance as there are "
the Florida Heart Association. Mrs.
Roberta Hardin, R.N., Gulf County
Health Department, joined Miss specific needs You can't buy them
McLane in extending greetings to
all present. all, so it is vitally important that you
Dr. Joe P. Hendrix 'gave a very
interesting talk on "Medical As- consult with an expert. Call on us at
pects of the Patient with a cere-
bral vascular accident."
Nurses and workers attended any time
from Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka,
Blountstown and Apalachicola.
Legal WE PUT THE "SURE"'

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S IN YOUR INSURANCE
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF ,
COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN -
PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
J. 0. BAGGETT,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS -
All creditors of the estate of MAXIMUM COVERAGE
J. 0. Baggett, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may AT A MINIMUM COST
have against said estate in the of- AT A MINIMUM COST
fice of the County Judge of Gulf r.-. -,
County, Florida, in the Courthouse -
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the LIABILITY INSURANCE
date of the first publication of this Let's take an example. Do you know
Notice. Each claim or demandan example Do you know
must be in writing and must state
the place ofresidence and post of- that YOU can be SUEDI Someone may
fice address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant, I have an accident on property you own TITLE INSURANCE
his agent, of his attorney, or it l
will become void according to law. That someone can sue you, his claim can
November 16, 1964.
/s/ ALMA BAGGETT, WIPE YOU OUT ule you're pro-
Administratrix of the WIPE YOU OUT une you're pro-
estate of J. O. Baggett, FIRE BONDS
deceased. perly insured!l
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.

11-19-64TOMLINSON Insurance Agency

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