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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 17, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Lets keep PER
it where we can speak with it PER
odce in a while-Trade with COPY
your home town merchants
"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1964 NUMBER 14


PLAY FIRST HOME GAME SATURDAY




Sharks Win Three Games


The Port. St. Joe Sharks put The Sharks took their third vic-
three big lop-sided victories under tory of the week Tuesday night
their belt during the past week to in Altha, 76-51.
begin what looks like a successful The Sharks turned all of their
season on the hardwood. big guns. on the Wildcats with
*Quincy was the first victim of Belin, Versiga, Weston and Craig
the Shark sharpshooters last Fri- all scoring in the double figures.
day night, when the locals unloaded Jake Belin led the scoring with 16
a 94-69 shellacking on the Tigers points. Bill Versiga gathered in 10
in Quincy. rebounds to lead the Shark defense.
The Sharks had five boys mak- The Shark JV's picked up their
ing over 10 points in the big vic- first victory of the season, 43-37
tory. Bill Versiga led the way with behind the 20 point shooting of
23 points and 14 rebounds. Bob Jim Cox.
Craig put in 20 points, Jake Belin St. Joe fg ft tp Altha fg ft tp
16, Randy Weston 14 and Al Ca- Belin 8 0 16 Ayers 7 1 15
Versiga 6 0 12 Granger 5 6 16
they 12 points. Weston 6 2 14 Roberts 2 7 11
The Sharks out-scored the Tigers Craig 5 1 11 Hollis 3 0 6
in every quarter and had enough Cathey 4 0 8 Alday 1 1 3
points to win by the end of the M'comb'r 1 1 3
Lee 3 0 6
third quarter. Goodman 0 2 2
The Shark Jayvees lost their Young 0 2 2
opener, 26-31. Jim Cox was high Nichols 1 0 2
man for the Jr. Sharks with eight Home Opener


points. The Sharks will open their home
St. Joe -fg ft tp Quincy fg ft tp season Saturday night against Per-
Belin 7 2 16 Dover 9 4 22
Versiga 6 11 23 Sperling 4 1 9 ry. This is the first season the
Weston 6 2 14 Porch 4 1 a Sharks have met the Taylor Coun-
Craig 9 2 20 McCall 1 4 6 ty team. Perry will field a team
Cathey 4 4 12 Bauldree 5 0 10 Saturday night that ranges from
Lee 0 1 :l Chester 4 3 11
Ray 0 2 .2 six feet to six feet, eight inches.
Score by Quartersm They are tagged by the Tallahas-
Port St. Joe ___ 20 25 26 23-94 :see Democrat as being one of the
Quincy --------12 15 20 22-69 best teams in the Big Bend. The
Democrat also puts this label on
Saturday night the Sharks tra- the Sharks. Varsity game time will
veled to .Chipley and took a 72- be U:00 p.m.
S55 victory over Washington County As a preliminary, a Junior High
High. Randy Weston was the big, game between Port St. Joe and
gun for the Sharks with .23 points Wewahitchka will begin at 6:30.
.and was the leader in rebounds ,The Sharks will play in a Christ-
with 15 -for the night. Bob Craig mas tournament at the Florida
picked up eight -field goals for the High gym in Tallahassee on Decem-
night to give him 16 points. ber 21 and 22, The schedule, has-
The Sharks took a four point n't been worked out as yet. 'ame
lead in the first" period and were times will be 7:00 and 8:0 p.m.
never behind the rest of'.the .gane. Participating in the tournament
The Jayvees lost to Chipley .33- will 'be Port St.' Joe, Blountstown,
:37 with Ji giCox .scoring highlyl with Pry Florida High.
.16 points. ,_,
St. Joe fg ft tp Chipley fg ft tp ..
Belin 3 0 6 Davis 3 1 7 CLUB 22 W(LL SPONSOR
V"-siga .13 -5,Lee 3713 ISAKE SALE FRIDAY
Weston 9 5 23 Trawick 1 0 2
Craig 8 0 16 Culpep'r 1 2 4 Club 22 of Melody Rebekah
Cathey 3 0 6 Watts 7 ? 14 Lodge will have a bake sale in
M'comb'r 2 4 8 Townsend 3 1 7
codmb 2 I 8 sued3 2 8 front of Pridgeon's Rooming
Goodman 1 0 -2 Varnum 3 2 8 f r o n t of Pridgeon's Rooming
:Lee .1 2 4 Wood 1 0 2 House Friday morning, December
Young 0 2 2 18. There will be the selection of
Scorby Quate 5 29 -72 a person to receive a free luggage
Chipley -------- 11 11 13 20-55 set.


Star Will Be Day

Early Next Week
Your next week's copy of
The Star will reach you a day
early.
Due to the Christmas holidays
and Christmas Eve falling on
Thursday our normal mailing
day, we will put the paper in
the post office next week on
Wednesday morning.
This means we start printing
a day early next week, and
must set our news and advertis-
ing deadline a day early also.
To insure your news story,
party, social gathering or other
item getting in next week's pa-
per, please get it to The Star
as early as possible for next
week's issue.


Rotary Purchases

New Scout Hut
Bob Fox appeared before the
City Commission Tuesday repre-
senting the Port St. Joe Rotary
Club. Fox presented the City with
a check to pay for a building that
has been secured for use by the
Boy Scouts, to replace the old
Scout building on 10th Street.
The City purchased the building
from the U. S. Coast Guard at
Cape San Blas and sold it to the
Rotary Club, Boy Scout sponsors
in Port St. Joe. ; .
The Rotary Club has secured the
services of Charles Johnson, House
Moving Company to move the
building from Cape San Blas to
the-Boy Scout lot. Johnsom-has of-


feared his services at actual cost of
tha move.
The building is scheduled to be
moved to its new location some
time this week.
The new building will provide
the Scouts with a much better
meeting place and comes complete
with plumbing facilities.


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Sheriff's Department Gets Nei Car From Local Dealer


Jim Cooper, above left, presents the keys to
a new Chevrolet to Gulf County Deputy Sheriff
Jim Barfield last week. The new car was purchas-


ed by the Sheriff's Department from Jim Cooper
Motors and was put in service last week.
(-* photo)


'Port St. Joe High School Lists Second Six Week Honor Roll


Listed below is the Port St. Joe
High School Honor Roll for the
second six week period of school.
Those making the necessary
grades to be placed on the Honor
Roll were as follows:
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE-Pam Wilson, Shir-
ley Cantley, Janice Coatney and
Laura Guilford.
8th GRADE-Dianne Dawson.
9th GRADE-Joy Ferrell.
12th GRADE-Wanda Segers.
'A' and 'B' HONOR ROLL
7th GRADE-Marlene Mayfield,
Karla Strobel, Judy Stone, Phillip
Winter, Tony Boyd, Molly Ann
Causey, Marie Colvin, Kay Holland,
Deborah Mahon, Susan Peak, Bren-
da Wall, Judy Moore, Eugene Jen-
sen, Bobby Faliski, Mike Powell,


Dale Little, Kathy Sutton, Sue
Kennedy, Jo Beth Hammock, Linda
Gail Tharpe and Elaine White-
hurst.
8th GRADE-Donald .Capps,
Jeannine Britt, Deda Gilbert, Mar-
garet Binion, Camille Carter, Pau-
line McLendon, Bill Hendrix, Cook-
ie Fendley, Shirley Tharpe, John
Lewis, Billy Park and Bobby Ken-
nedy.
9th GRADE Joyce Clemens,
Patty Strobel, Becky Hendrix, Rita
Faulk, Larry Cox, Sharon Davis,
Jim Fensom,. Thomas Haddock, Jan
Stripling, Lynn Ritchie, Dorothy
Sutton and Jennifer Braxton.
10th GRADE-Paul Strobel, Ca-
rol Mapes, Rita Rasmussen, Tom-
my Atchison, Betty Creamer, Rai-
ney Fendley, Judy Herring, Phyl-


lis Miles, Cherry White, Elizabeth
Youngblood, Randy Armstrong,
Larry Byrd, Andrew Lewis, Ivy
Terrell, Alan Richardson, Mike
Weston, and Gilda Gilbert.
11th GRADE-Dennis Dawson,
Helen Peak, Barbara Lewis, Ray
Clark, Jake Belin, Michele Anchors,
Jo Ann Whitfield, Jaeque Price,
Sherry White, Jennifer Kennedy,.
and-'Linda Graham.
12th GRADE-Norma Peterson,
Paula Lovett, Wanda Odom, Fran
Robbins, Celia Creech, Jimmy
Goodman, Shaleen Dunlap, Fran
Gunn, Sandy Lee, Barbara Martin,
Marie Rhames, Elaine Sherrill,
Wilkie Gilbert, Barbara Weeks,


Jackson Says Gulf

Can Get 200-Bed

Emergency Hospital
A. P. Jackson, Gulf County Civil
Defense appeared before the City
Commission Tuesday night and
stated that Gulf County can re-
ceive a 200 bed emergency hospi-
tal if storage space can be pro-
vided for the material.
Jackson said that the hospital,
including a two week medical sup-
ply will be sent to Gulf County in
storage crates to be broken out
and put into use in case of a dis-
aster.
Jackson asked for space in the
City Warehouse to store the ma-
terial. In case of emergency in
Gulf or adjoining counties, the
equipment will be taken out of
storage and set up in any available
buildings to provide beds and com-
plete hospital facilities for 200 pa-
tients.
The emergency hospital is fur-
nished by the state and federal
government.
The Commission felt that room
could be made in the City Ware-
house for storage of the equip-
ment. Mayor Frank Hannon ap-
pointed Commisioner Wade Bar
rier, Jackson, water superintendent
G. L. Scott and public works super-
intendent P. W. Petty to investi-
gate the possibilities of making
room in the warehouse.
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Fire Damages

W. H. Weeks Store
An early morning fire caused
heavy damage to the W. H. Weeks
Store in Highland View early last
Friday morning.
The alarm came to the Port St.
Joe Volunteers at 3:00 a.m. Fri-
day. The department fought the
blaze until 5:30 a.m.
Cause of the fire was unknown.
The blaze started in a. one story
addition at the rear of the main
two-story store building. Lack of
water and heavy winds hampered
the firemen's efforts to contain the
blaze to the one-story structure.
The ironic part of the fire was
that a fire plug was located just
across the street froin the burning
building. The plug is a part of the
new water system being installed
in Highland View. There was no
water connected to the plug.
Highland View's fledgling fire
department also answered the call
and fought the blaze alongside the
Port St. Joe Volunteers.
This was the first fire call to be
answered by the Highland View
group after securing their fire
fighting apparatus.
Water to furnish the two de-
partments had to be hauled in tank
trucks.


Letters To Santa to

Appear Next Week
In next week's issue, The Star
will print all the letters written
by Port St. Joe children to San-
ta Claus. We have made special
arrangements to receive a copy
of all these letters and will re-
produce them in The Star.
Just write your letter to Santa
Claus and drop it_ in the post
office by Saturday morning and
Santa will receive, your letter
and it will also be printed in
The Star.


Rotary Shown

Film Strip Program
"The Making of A Rotarian" was
the title of a filmstrip and narra-
tion presented to the Rotary Club
last Thursday at noon by Jimmy
McNeilL
The" filmstrip dealt with the se-
lection of new members for Rotary.
The club is made up of business
.and company managers.
Two new Rotarians were induct-
ed into the club last Thursday.
They were John Hanson, manager
of Vitro and Lloyd Poae, manager
of Florida Power Corporation..
Guests of the club were Gene
Austin, Apalachicola, John Drew
of Jacksonville, Bob Sidwell and
David Drew of Port St. Joe, Jim
Rogers of Marianna, Jerry Wynn


Pete Fox, Connie Jackson, Wayne and Charles Gibson
Braxton and Becky Childers. I Joe High School.


of Port St.


School Board Asks for Bids



On Bulldi ng Construction


All-Conference Team Selections


Pictured above are members of the 1964 Shark football squad
selected by Gulf Coast Conference coaches to be part of the All.
Conference team. They are, left to right: Norton Kilbourn, honor-
able mention; Bob Craig, second string; Al Cathey, first string; Jim
Goodman, first string; Jerry Parrish, second string and Charles
Zimmerman, second string. (4 photo)


Bureau Says Road Needed to Pick

Gulf County for Laboratory Site


Post Office Open

All Day Saturday
According to an announce-
ment by Postmaster Chauncey
Costin the local post office will
be open all day Saturday, De-
cember 19. Window hours on
this day will be the same as
regular. week days, 8:30 a.m.
until 5:00 p.m.
Costin further stated that all
postal services would be avail-
able to the public on this Sat-
urday including the sale of mon-
ey orders.


'Toys for Tots'

Make Last Appeal
The Jaycees "Toys for Tots"
drive is well under way, so if you
haven't delivered your old toys to
the collection areas please do so
as soon as possible. If it isn't pos-
sible to bring your toys to one of
the collection points listed below,
please notify one of the Cub Scouts
or one of the Jaycees and they
will be more than glad to pick
them up for you.
The collection points this year
are: Florida National Bank, Mu-
nicipal Building, Campbell's Drug
Store, Western Auto Associate
Store, Piggly Wiggly Super Mar-
ket and A&P Food Store.
The Jaycees are combining the
drive for food baskets for needy
families with the "Toys for Tots"
drive this year since it is so close
to Christmas, so if you have canned
goods you feel you can donate to
a worthy cause please drop them
into the collection boxes placed at
the above places. The Jaycees
have asked the school students to
bring canned goods to school for
this purpose.
Remember, if you haven't sent
your contribution, Friday, Decem-
ber 18, is the last day for the school
students to bring them to school.



Beach Volunteers

Set Turkey Shoot
The Mexico Beach volunteer fire
department will have a turkey
shoot Saturday morning at 9:00
a.m., cst, at the old Hennessey
Service Station on the West end
of Mexico Beach.
The purpose of this shoot is to
raise money to buy additional fire
fighting equipment. This depart-
ment serves Beacon Hill, Over-
street and Mexico Beach.
Guns will be available or you
may bring your own.


SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!


Albert Swartz of the Bureau of
Fisheries notified Senator George
G. Tapper this week that Gulf
County will face the loss of the
location of a marine laboratory
here. According to Tapper, the
Port St. Joe area has been chosen
for the $1,250,000 installation, but
the location for the proposed lab-
oratory is on St. Joseph's Point
near the St. Joseph's Spit State
Park.
Swartz told Tapper that since
there .is no- road to the area, they
cannot consider the spot.
Tapper stated that he told Swartz
that attempts are being made to
secure a road to the area and will
probably be forthcoming in a short
while.
Tapper said that Swartz said if
the road is approved within the
next 60 days, Port St. Joe will in
all probability get the marine lab
which will employ 15 to 20 highly
paid technicians.
Swartz said that the laboratory
would need access to the chosen
area within six to nine months.


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The Easy Way to

Grow Watermelons
Some folks have to work at
growing watermelons hard!
But Gregg Chason, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Williston Chason has
the secret formula.
He says you just eat a water.
melon in your mothers flower
garden, spit out the seeds and
wait.
Gregg grew three more melons
like the one shown above on his
"cultivated" patch. The last me-
lon, the one pictured above, was
harvested and eaten last week.


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The Gulf County School Board
called for bids this week for con-
struction at three Gulf County
school sites.
The bid calls for construction
at the Washington High School in
Port St. Joe, the Carver School in
Wewahitchka and the Highland
View Elementary School.
The bid calls for the following
construction:
Washington High School
Construction of a science labora-
tor, one regular class room, me-
chanical equipment room, and toi-
lets, together with connected cov-
ered walkway, electrical, plumb-
ing and heating facilities.
Construction is to be of concrete
block with rigid concrete frames
and roof slabs. The new construc-
tion will include 3,266 square feet.
Carver School
At the Carver School, the call
for bids is for construction of two
class rooms, boiler room and stor-
age room and providing new vinyl
asbestos tile finished floor, heating
and lighting. Construction is to be
of concrete block with a Porex
deck roof.
Total area is to be 2,031 square
feet.
In a recent study of Gulf County
schools by a lay committee, it was
found that Carver was badly in
need of more room and repairs to
existing structures.
Highland View School
The Highland View School will
receive one class room together
with connecting covered walkway
and the necessary electrical, plumb-
ing and heating. The total area will
be 1,091 square feet.
Construction is to be of concrete
block with concrete rigid frames.
Bids for the new school construc-
tioin is to be received by the School
Board on January 12, 1965.
Norman P. Gross is the architect
for the construction.


John C. O'Brian

Is Taken 'By Death
John Carltn O'Brian passed away
Sunday night at the Municipal
Hospital after an illness of about
si weeks. He was 23 years of age.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church with Rev. Harvey B. Fer-
rell officiating.. Interment was in
the Holly Hill Cemetery. Active
pallbearers were John Odom, Cecil
Pippin, Lamar Moore, George Sim-
mons, Kenneth Ellis and Jimmy
Sims. Honorary pallbearers were
Roy Lollie, Folsom Maxwell, Bill
Humphrey, Robert Young, Ray
Kirkland and B. H. Hamm, Jr.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Josephine O'Brian; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Grady O'Brian; one broth-
er, Thomas Edward O'Brian, all of
Port St. Joe; a sister, Mrs. Billy Joe
Griffith of Greensboro, Miss; and
his grandmother, Mrs. Bell O'Brian
of Blountstown.


Shoot Fireworks

At Risk of Arrest
Chief of Police, H. W. Griffin
told The Star this week that sev-
eral instances have been report-
ed to his force of fireworks be-
ing discharged in the city and
surrounding area.
Griffin asked The Star to in-
form the citizens that fireworks
are illegal in the State of Florida.
It is illegal to sell or discharge
the fireworks in town or out of
town, and penalties are provided
for violation of the law either
by sales or discharge.

Fire Damages Home
Of Ben C. Williams
Fire was discovered in the St.
Joe Beach home of Representative
Ben C. Williams last Friday night
about 12:00 midnight. Williams
was not; at home at the time.
Fire was confined to the living
room of the home which was ap-
parently started about the vicinity
of a couch in the living room.
Cause of the fire was not known.


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HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1964 next with a 440 and games of 145- a 273 with games of 81-99-93. Patsy \
T 160-135. Verna Burch had 427 with Stores had a 263, with games of C
uJ lV In B games of 152-140-135. Christine 101-94-68.
MINUTES of the Lightfoot had a 371, with games of On lanes 7 and 8 Jitney Jungle
E A f 116-144-111. took all four games from Beaman's

GULF COUNTY COMMISSION W S Pate's and West Florida Gas split with Evelyn Smith high for Jitney h
GULF COUNTY COMMISSON two and two with Mary A. Lyons Jungle with a 528 which was high
LADIES COFFEE LEAGUE high for Pate's with a 401 series for all lanes, with games of 172- I
On lanes 1 and 2 the Whitfield and games of 135-134-132. Mary 146-210. Janet Marshall a 413, with
ewahithka, l964rida, shown bf a map onfile the of-rcu Strikers took three games from E. Whitfield (a r1ew bowler) had a games of 125-123-165. Lois Faulk t
The Board of County Commis- Couht of said County, and in the L. Amison's with Mary Harrison 343 with games of 130-114-99. Deb- a 364 with games of 105-147-112. a
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, office of the said Department at high for the Strikers with a 476 bie Tankersley 295 with games of Jean Stebel a 356, with games of
met this date in regular session Tallahassee, and series with games of 160-172-144. 89-94-112. Mary Parker 258 with 99-128-129. v
with the following members pres- Whereas, the said Department Ruby Lucas was next with a 435 games of 89-81-88. Audrey Tanner was high for (
S. C. Player and Leo Kennedy. The portio n of said Section in sa series with games of 162-134-139. Janet King was high for West Beaman's with a 368, with games u
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Road Su- County until title to all land neces- Wynell Burke (sub) had 430 with Florida Gas with a 399, with games of 113-115-140. Loyce Beaman had
perintendent, Mosquito Control sary for said portion of said Sec- games of 158-121-151. Eula Dickey of 137-129-133. Aline Abrams had a 326 with games of 113-118-95.
Supervisor were also present. tion has been conveyed to or vest- had 389 with games of 159-101-120. a 366 with games of 117-145-104. Eleanor Williams a 310 with games
The meeting came to order at ed in said State by said County, and
9:20 A. M. The Clerk opened the said lands are physically cleared Lois Smith was high for Amis- Alice Machen had a 348 with games of 99-99-112. Irene Beaman a 288,
meeting with prayer. of all occupants, tenants, fences, on's with a 463 series with games of 135-109-104. Allie McDonald a with games of 79-103-106.
The minutes of November 10th buildings and/or other structures of 145-171-147. Ann Whittle was 366, with games of 120-84-135. Standings W. L.
and 24th were read, approved and and improvements upon or en- On Jitney Junle 37 15 T
adopted, croaching with nthe limits of the n lanes 5 and 6 the George Tap- Amison's-------35 1
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club land required for said portion of method of repayment of a propos-' per Senators took three games E. L. Amison's 35 179
presented the following resolution, said Section; and ed bond issue against said gaso- from Rich's with Mary Brown high Whitfield Strikers --33 19
and requested the Board to con- Whereas, the said County is fi- line tax if the Legislature voted to for the Senators (welcome back West Florida Gas __2 27%
sider same, to-wit: nancially unable at this time to use the gasoline tax for other pur-Mary) with a 426 and ames of Rich's Super Market __221/2 29/2
RESOLUTION provide the necessary funds to ac- poses. This opinion to be present- Mary), with a 426 and games of T 's Senators 22 29
Whereas, it appears from a news- quire said rights of way, borrow ed at the next meeting. 135-126-165. Betty Whitehurst a paper Senators --22 29
paper article and minutes of the pits and easements; now therefore, The Farm Agent presented his 365, with games of 116-117-132. Pate's Shell 21% 30%
meengoftheBoardbeofCoun it monthly reportfor November and Mildred Kennington a 355, with Beaman's 11% 40%
Commissioners of Gulf County that Resolved, that the State Road Thereeiwas no further business games of 116-120-119. Vivian Har-
said Commissioners proposed to Department of Florida be and it is to co- be- no f rthe bu iaws
call an election of the freeholders hereby requested to pay for the e me beforenthe oard, the dy a 339 with games of 121-91-127. CLASSIFIED ADS!
for the approval or disapproval of rights of way, borrow pits and meeting g adjourned. Jonnia Sykes was high for Rich's
bonds for financing the construc- easements for said road, including /s/ James G. McDaniel, with 374, with games of 113-132- Midget Investments That Yield
tion of a new Courthouse and Jail the removal of buildings, fences Attest: Chairman. 129. Gloria Morgan had a 355, with
in Port St. Joe pursuant to the elec- and other structures and improve- A George Y. Core, Clerk. gams f 111-137-106. Marie Boone Giant Returns
tion which established the county ments thereon, and for other ex- / George Y Core, Clerk. games of 111-137-106. Marie Boone Giant Returns!
seat in Port St. Joe; and penses of acquiring title to said --
Whereas, appropriate provisions rights of way, borrow pits and
has been made by law for the ac- easements by purchase or condem-
quisition of land and construction nation, from such funds and under
of a county courthouse and jail such conditions as are set out in l
without the necessity of a bond the contract hereto attached; and /
election for the issuance of reve- be it further *
nhue bonds amortized over a period lResolved, that said pCounty,
of thirty (30) years, payable from through its Board of County Comi -
a building tax not to exceed five missioners, comply with the request
(5) mills each year; of said Department and procure,
as, s t en ction wo. b convey or vest in said State the
Whereas, such electiowo e free, clear and unencumbered title
a needless expense to the Coun y to all lands necessary for said por-
and the results of such lection tion of said Section, and deliver to
would not affect the duty of the the State Road Department said
Commissioners to construct a new lands physically clear of all occu-
courthouse and jail in Port St. Joe; pants, tenants, fences, buildings
Now, Therefore, be it resolved and/or other structures and im-
by the Kiwanis Club of Port St. provements situate upon or en-
Joe, Florida, as follows: crouching within the limits of the TOO BIG?
1. That the County Commission- lands required for said portion of
ers of Gulf County, Florida, be, and said Section, and that the Chair-
they are hereby, requested to util- man and the Clerk of this Board be TOO SMALL?
ize the authority granted under and they are hereby authorized and
Section 135.01, Florida Statutes directed to execute and deliver on WRONG SIZE?
1963, for the issuance of revenue behalf of said County to said De-
bonds for the construction of a new apartment the Contract in the form WRONG COLOR?
Courthouse and Jail in Port St hereto attached; and be it further W EEK TO SHOP! WRONG OLOR?
Joe, which statute authorizes' th p Resolved, that the Attorney for
issuance of revenue bonds to be ,his Board be, and he is hereby GOT ONE?
amortized over a period not ex- authorizedd and directed to proceed
ceeding thirty (30) years from a to take the necessary steps for the A ..
building tax not exceeding five (5) Countyto acquire in the name of -
mills per annum, without the neces- said County by donation, purchase, -
Te o ran d etion. is cn Gsoline Tx.. T.
sity of a bond election or condemnation said rights of way.IT S COZY J
2. That a copy of this resolution borrow pits and easements for said
be furnished the Board of County portion of said Section, and to pre-
Commissioners of Gulf County, part in the name of said County by' A L .
Florida, for their consideration. its County Commissioners all con- I H o m e fsAM
This resolution adopted at a demnation papers, affidavits and 4 oL
regular meeting of the member-Ipleadings, and prosecute all con- 9T9 HE
ship of the Kiwanis Club of the demnation proceedings to judg- S Ao 9-
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, held meant; and furnish to the Depart- A
in said city on the 1st day of De- ment the abCtract search provided o l'
member, A. D. 1964. for in said Contract. (The end).
/s/ Robert Freeman, Jr., The Board discussed the possibil- A D 2 .TI
President. ity of adopting a resolution request- AND 2 99
Attest: ing the Gulf County Legislative t
/I/ Herschel T. Dean, Jr., Delegation to pass a law that would Leaer
Secretary. give Gulf County all of the 7th U E V;Is,
The Chairman stated that this Cent Gasoline Tax. The Chairman e ,
Bo-4 made the decision to hold a instructed the Attorney to prepare C Te rri A
bond election and a re-registration a proposed resolution for action of Corduroy
of all free holders in connection the Board at its net meeting. t FelNs, Long
with financing the cost of the new The following changes were or- Hajrs-!
Co -thouse and Jail in Port St. Joe, dered made on the indigent roll: e a --
onl l after same was recommended Add Leland Hughes $15.00, Add Man.4to:: 11 -
by he Bond Attorneys and the Fis- Mrs Frances Segers $15.00 for one a 4 to 10!
cal A gent; that they recommended month only. Styles to
the Bond issue because,bonds is- The Port St. Joe Junior Chainber Choose From
sued under that authority would of Commerce invited the Board to I CMEN'S BOXED
brine a lower interest rate, which attend an open meeting to be held S RETCH SOCKS
would result in a great saving to Decembr 8th, 1964 ,at 8:00 P. M.
the tax payers of the County. CST, at the City Hall in Port St. 100% sfrech Ban-
r missioner Kennedy stated Joe for a discussion on Gulf Coun-on n solds
tht the cost of the election andtybecoming a F articiatinb county cable designs.
.xe-registration of all free holders in the operation of Gulf Coast MEN'S HOUSESHOES One size fis all.
wilt be a very minor amount com- Junior College. The Chairman urg-
pa:':d to the savings resulting in ed all members to attend this meet-
tha lower interest rate. inme
Mr. David C Gaskins, speaking The Board discussed the County AND
for the Wewahitchka Development:Free Library Fund. It was decided 2 AND3 99
'Committee, stated that even though that no funds would be disbursed nt ma L
tbo new Courthouse and Jail was until after first having been ap- Designed for smar
being located at a -site that was roved by the Gulf County Library looks plus coSW EA TE
strongly opposed by the Develop- Board. S. fort. Sizes 6 -
meilt Committee. yet, this Commit- The Clerk reported the follow- tol12. Cardigan and sr p-
.tee vants to ;ee the very best ing bank balances as of this -date: over styles. Cot
buildings possible and at the great- General Fund $20,677.10 letelywahable.
edT savings possible to the tax pay- Mosquit Control Classic Opera .. o Sizes 3 toee 6Xw s
ers. He requested the Commission Fund 3,732.63 Cas to
to make available to the public all Fine and Forfeiture 2.99 .
plan for the new buildings and Fund 11,087.89
possibly have public hearings to as- Road and Bridge
sure the people of the County that Fund 1,591.32
-teyv are receiving the most for County Free Library Me's WTse 'h Wear l ,
their money. The Chairman an- Fund 3,471.21 we rsh s Wea
nounced that all plans would be After lengthy, discussion the u ress S t -se s
made available to the public after Board instructed the Road Superin- a 1 9
same have been completed by the tendent to begin working his em- MIX OR MATCH
architect. ployees half time on the following
bcfore-the Board and requested the All employees to be divided into b Lustrous 1ima coMton BA TH TO W ELS
County tohelp him pay hospital two work crews to be called 'A" or broadcloth. Regular
bills for two of his children. After and 'B." or snap-ab co ar s. Extr la d hc
discussion, the Board told him that Crew "A" to work Monday and Convertible two way ea rge ond thck towers in
the County would pay $75.00 for Tuesday. cuffs. Sizes 14 to 17.
e2ch child, but that no funds are Crew "B" to work Wednesday. cf f tnatmg woven stripes
available at this time. Thursday and Friday. The second Marching Hand Towels...59
The State Road Department pre- week Crew "B" will work the first Matching Wash Cloths...29c
sented its right of way resolution two days and Crew "A" will work MEN'S DRESS SLACKS
f s extending a road from State the last three days. This schedule Wash n wear Acrian flannels
Rc-d 22 in Section 15, Township 4 to be staggered each week for the iridescents andsharksk in-, I9 vy9
Sonth, Range 10 West, Southerly duration of this order. ale plea and coniinntha~ styles.A9 To6 9
to Panama Street in Wawahitchka, The Road Superintendent was pSizes 29 anto 42.n n s "
d. -:-ite das Section 51580; the instructed that he would perform Sie 9t 2
proposed right of way contract and only maintenance work during this
a p-oposed resolution to be execut- period and that he purchase noth- MENS LUXURY FABRIC
ed by the Board. After consider- ing whatsoever, except it be anN
ation, there was a motion by Com- emergency. ME..S BROADCL
p'iss-oner Player, seconded by The Board instructed the Clerk--port Shirts
Commissioner Kennedy and duly not to pay the County Judge any -- d(r A 2
carried, that said contract be exe- portion of this guarantee salary P AJ M AS
cuted by this Board (copy on file), until further order of the Board .' Snfored broadloths
On motion of Commissioner and that all County Officials be in- "a in solids or prints, warm
Kennedy the following resolution structed not to make any pur- funnelss in prints. m


was adopted: chases until additional funds are izes A, B, C, D.
RESOLUTION available. Woven plaids, smart stripes,
Whereas, the State Road De- The Board was informed by let- solid colors with embroi- V i"
partient of Florida has authoriz- ter from Max K. Kilbourn that Gulf dered frims. Ivy regular or .
ed and requested Gulf County to County's gasoline tax fund will dered trms. Ivy gular or
furnish the necessary rights of way, support a bond obligation of $1,- hi-boy collars. Sizes S, M,
borrow pits and easements for that 500,000.00, payable over a period L, XL. ., .
portion of Section 51580, County of 25 years, but of that amount tf -'." .J---y
Road. Extending from State Road $600,000.00 would be necessary to \- f
22 in Section 15, Township 4 South, retire the present obligation
Range 10 West, Southerly to Pan- against that fund.
ama Street in Wewahitchka, which The Chairman asked the Attor-
has been surveyed and located by new for an opinion as to the ----


VONROE WALKER RECEIVES support of the SAC misison of
COMMENDATION MEDAL keeping the nation's intercontin-
HOMESTEAD, Fla. Technical ental missiles and jet bombers on
Sergeant Vonroe Walker, son of constant alert.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker, Jr., The airman is a graduate of E.
Las been decorated with the U. S. E. Smith High School. His wife,
Air Force Commendation Medal at Christine, is the daughter of Mrs.
homestead AFB, Fla. Clara Barr of 404 Sperring St.,
Sergeant Walker was awarded Port St. Joe, Fla.
he medal for meritorious service
at Plattsburgh AFB, N. Y.
He is now a dental technician l S
with Strategic Air Command's
SAC) Homestead AFB, Fla. His Gf T RESULTS
unit furnishes medical services in H ESULTS


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 5:00 P.M.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ----------.... 6:15 P.M.
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Beta Sigma Phi Float Wins First

Prize In Annual Christmas Parade


FIRST PRIZE WINNER-Pictured above'is the float entered in the
Christmas Parade Dec. 5 by the Beta Sigma Phi. Prize was $75.00.


THRD PRIZE WINNER-The Brownie Scout Troop made the above
float which took the $25.00 Third Prize money.


SECOND PRIZE WINNER-The American Legion float entry won the
$50.00 second prize in the Christmas Parade.


OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
CHURCH TO HAVE PROGRAM
The Assembly of God Church at
Oak Grove will present their an-
nual program Sunday night at 7:30.
This program will consist of a
play by the Sunday School and
Young People's department and
special singing by the Christian
Cadets from the Children's depart-
ment.

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WASHINGTON HIGH DRAMA
CLUB MET DECEMBER 11
The Drama Club of Washington
High School held its regular meet-
ing on Dec. 11 at 3:20 p. m. The
purpose of this meeting was to
briefly discuss the parts in plays
which were given to the members
and to set a date for regular prac-
tices. Presently, two one-act plays,
two monologues and one oration
have been selected for the group.
Thus farour drama club meetings
for the school term of 1964 have
been very informative and inspir-
ing.


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The DCT Clubs

Have Dinner
The Diversified Cooperative
Training Club of Port St. Joe High
School held a dinner Monday night
at 7:30 at the St. Joe Motel. In the
absence of the president, Charles
Gibson, vice-president, gave the in-
vocation.
Guests of the club were Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Saunders and Mr. and
Mrs. James T. Faison.
The next project of the club is
to get up a large box of food for
the annual White Christmas pro-
gram at school.

Good Reading

Helps Citizenship
It is the aim of Saint Joseph's
Children's Library to instill a love
and appreciation of good reading
among children which will last a
lifetime; to encourage the develop-
ment of business, professional and
political leaders with ideals and
understanding; to develop a deeper
appreciation of good beliefs and
practices through reading over and
beyond class assignments; to pro-
mote a positive program of good
reading to discourage the spread of
obscene and undesirable reading
matter and to develop in the minds
of youth concepts of truth through
reading.
The library, located on Eighth
Street, is open on Tuesdays, Thurs-
days and Fridays from 4 to 5 P.M.
"Andy and the Lion," Grades 1-3.
Andy had read a book about lions,
so he knew exactly what to do
when he encountered a suffering
lion on the way to school one
morning. Tall-story fun in words
and pictures-with Aesop as its
jumping-off point.
"Sensible Kate," Grades 4-6. Be-
cause she was a plain little girl, a
freckled-faced orphan, Kate felt
it was better to be sensible than
envious of those who were pret-
tier. But she soon learned that it
is not necessary to be beautiful to
be loved, and that sense and non-
sense both have their place in the
world of happiness.
"Theodore Roosevelt, Fighting
Patriot," Grades 7-8. The vigorous,
bustling and extroverted personal-
ity of Rough Rider Teddy Roose-
velt is caught in this biographical
account of his life. From his sickly
youth to his dynamic role as presi-
dent, T. R.'s crowded career bris-
tles with the vitality, zeal and en-
thusiastic patriotism that chal-
lenges young Americans.

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY
OF MELODY REBEKAH LODGE
The annual Christmas party for
Club 22 of Melody Rebekah Lodge
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Vera Davis at 1012 Woodward Ave-
nue, Thursday, December 17th ,at
7:30.
Each Rebekah will bring a cov-
ered dish and also a gift for her
secret sister.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, FRorida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1964

The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


THE

WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK

WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25 AND 26,
IN OBSERVANCE OF THE CHRISTMAS
HOLIDAYS, BUT WILL BE OPEN ON
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23 DURING
REGULAR BANKING HOURS, FROM
9:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M.





PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that all Gulf County

Offices located in the temporary Courthouse

in Wewahitchka, Florida, will be closed each

and every Saturday, beginning December 26,

1964.

All Offices in said Courthouse will also be

closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New

Year's Day.


QUALIFICATION
Your druggist's certificate as
a Registered p harm acist
shows that he has passed the
Florida State Board of Phar-
macy examination and is qual-
ified to dispense drugs. At
Smith's, two Registered Phar-
macists are on hand to serve
your n eeds expertly and
quickly.


For Your Convenience
We Feature These
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for women
Ambush, 20 Carats, Taboo.
Includes bath powder, per-
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Canoe, a man's after shave,
after bath cologne. Made,
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ENGLISH LEATHER
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DEC EE PBLER STMAS R S
16th 24th
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WE HAVE PLENTY OF NUTS FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL CHRISTMAS TREES


-:- MARKET SPECIALS -:-
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Pint
WHILE THEY LAST
DUBUQUE'S FULLY COOKED HALF or WHOLE


HAMS
DUBUQUE'S PURE PORK LB. R
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BACO
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RED DELICIOUS
APPLES
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29c


49c


$3.59


TURKEYS
16 Lbs. and Up 35c


-:- PRODUCE
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ORANGES
Dozen
39c


SPECIALS -:
CRISP LARGE
C ELE RY
Stalk
9c


FRESH BELL
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2 Pods
13c


-:- FROZEN SPECIALS -:-
McKenzie's Green Peas 10 Oz. --------4 pkgs.
McKenzie's Cut Green Beans ----_4 10 oz. pkgs
McKenzie's Cream Style Corn ----4 10 oz. pkgs.
Morton Mince Meat Pie ---------------2 pies


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93c
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SUGAR ec


Limit 1 with $5 Order


RED HEART DOG FOOD --------------6 cans
BAKE-RITE ALL PURPOSE SHORTENING ---- 3 lb. can
JITNEY JUNGLE INSTANT COFFEE -----2 Ounce Jar


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CO FFEE
Limit 1 with $5 Order

Oak Hill Tomato Juice
JITNEY JUNGLE SWEET POTATOES
STOKLEYS CATSUP
MINOT Limit 2 with $5 Order
CRANBERRY SAUCE
JITNEY JUNGLE LARGE BOX
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Big No. 2 Can 23c
14 Ounce Bottle 17C


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, WISH YOU A VERY MTRRY CHRISTMAS AND
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!


UI S. POSTAGE Permit No. 30
Sec. 34.66 P.L.&R BOX HOLDER
P RURAL ROUTE
Port St. Joe, Fla. PATRON


We Appreciate the Opportunity of
We Can Serve You Better In 1965.


Serving You
Thank You,


In 1964 and Hope
E. J. RICH and SONS


THESE SPECIALS GOOD DECEMBER 16 THROUGH DECEMBER 22.


YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST FOOD!

WE HAVE IT AT RICH 'S SUPER MARKET
"There Is None Better In the World" SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN and USDA GOOD STEERS FRESH WHOLE HAMS SHANK HALF FRESH HAM
BUY NOW! Last Chance! Limited Supply!, ROICE T MM D
SWIFT PREMIUM BUTTERBALL 2 47c A45c
LB. LB.
.Avg. Weight 7 Lbs. up
Swift Proten
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IN
Avg. Weight, 14 to 20 Lbs SHOULDER ROAST Ib. 69C
SOUR VERY BEST PROTEIN A '
Clove Vaey HU ROAST I49 BEST FLAVORED HICKORY SMOKED TENDERIZED
Large 4 to 1 Lb. Avg. Whole Tenderized Shank Portion
Lr t TURKEY LEGS (Thighs) ----3 ls. CURED HAM HAM
HENS TURKEY WINGS ----------3 lbs. L.
CHICKENS WEINERS -------------3 lbs 4 7
"While They Last" RED HOT SAUSAGE-------3 lbs.
SB Smoked LINK SAUSAGE 3 lbs.
CHUNK BOLOGNA lb. 29C Meaty NECK BONES --- 5 Ibs.

GIANT SIZE PRIIDE OF GEORGIA GIVE FRUIT FOR
DETERGENT PEACHES NoC CHRISTMAS
SUGARY SAM SWEET YELLOW LABEL /2 f

T I D E POTATOES cOS Cs LE x oT
PORK Snider's Hot OCEAN SPRAY JACK and the BEANSTALK F F R U I T |
LA.RD CATSUP CRANBERRY CUT GREEN BEANS LARGE GIFT BOX
Gallon Bottle or MARGARET HOLMIES
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98cP 15C rEAS 75
Nabisco Nabisco Honey (Mix It Up) PECK of MIXED
SALTINES GRAHAMS 4 o. 8 C0fIT
LB. *Box Limit 2 Please CANS c UI
With $5.00 Order oore 28c 33c Cucumbers Fresh YellowRANGES TANGELOS
We Have A Large Supply Giant Size Fresh Flora Bell Peppers 6rs TANGERINES APPNL ES
of COLLARDS Tangerines FOR Ears ERIN ES AP
FRUIT TURNIPS and GRAPEFRUIT
CA K E MUSTARD aDozesn (Your Choice of Variety)

Material 29 $1.00 WALNUTS Hom own
I BRAZIL NUTS m to b
HER RIES Vine Ripe Golden Delicious PECANS Tomatoes
lb. 89c Tomatoes APPLES Pound LB. REGISTER FOR RICH'S Your Total will be Cheaper at Rich's
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Today Only
14 to 20 Lb.
Turkeys
LB.
29c


While They Last
Hickory Smoked
Picnics
LB.
26c


Fresh Ground
BEEF _- 3 Ibs. 69c
Ground
ROUND 3 Ibs. $1.59
All Meat
STEW lb. 49c
Our Budget Sliced
BACON 3 Ibs. 99c
Frosty Morn Sliced
BACON -- lb. 49c


Today Only
Ga. Grade 'B'
FRYERS
LB.
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Cello Bag
Lettuce, Celery,
Carrots, Radish,
Tomatoes
10c


All Brands
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Can

lOc


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53c


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10c


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POPPERS
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BAG

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Best for Eating
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Plans Completed for
Tew-Watts Wedding
'Plans have been completed for
the marriage of Miss Jan Tew of
Panama City and Thomas M. Watts,
Jr., of Port St. Joe. The wedding
will be an event of December 28th
at 4:30 P. M. in the Woodlawn
Methodist Church of Panama City.
All friends and relatives of the
young couple are invited to attend
the wedding and the reception
which will be held in the social
rooms of the church, immediately
following the ceremony.

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Railroad, St. Joseph Telephone
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Merchants of Port St. Joe.
Come One! Come All!


Engagement of Connie Dianne Hannon

and James Edward Smith Announced
M. and Mrs. Frank Hannon of 1302 Constitution Drive, announce
the engagement of their daughter, Connie Dianne Hannon, to James
Edward Smith, son of Mi. and Mrs. John Robert Smith of 1117 Gar-
rison Avenue.
[Mi Hjrce us W *n rniintpif f5r1 qfpnhu- ,l .vtc r e i m ig


miss Hannon was gractuaect tr
Missouri and is now attending the
is a pledge of Delta Delta Delta s
Mr. Smith was graduated fror
Pharmacy where he was a membe
and the Kappa Psi pharmaceutical
The wedding will be February 2
No invitations are being sent
tives are invited.

Mrs. Christian Hosts
Presbyterian Women
The quarterly night meeting of
the Presbyterian Women of the
Church was a combination general
meeting and Circle Bible study.
The women met at the home of
Mrs. Peggy Christian, Monday
night, December 14 at 8:00 p.m.
There were 10 present and two
visitors: Mrs. Nell Mitchell and
John Christian.
Mrs. Louise Beard opened the
meeting with prayer. Mrs. Frances
Brown carried on the business
session with the roll call, collec-
tion, reading and corrections to
the minutes. She also read a note
to the group from Mrs. Sam Ford.
The monthly special emphasis
is "Annuities and Relief" highlight-
ed by the Joy Gift offering. In the
absence of Mrs. R. M. Spillers,
chairman of this committee, Mrs.
John R. Smith will offer the Joy
Gift emphasis in conjunction with
the Sunday School Christmas cele-
bration for the benefit of the whole
church Sunday night, December
20, at 7:30 p.m. Also, at this time
the Joy Gift offering will be taken.
This offering is a way of saying
"thank you" to the retired full time
Christian workers who have ser-
ved the church long and well.
A special report was given by
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, chairman of
personal faith and family life. Mrs.
Bissett, who takes care of matters
relating to. the women's adopted
Thornwell Orphanage boy, also re-
minded everyone that the boys
Christmas' gifts should be mailed
immediately.
Mrs. C. E. Boyer, Columbia Cir-
cle Chairman, reported on the fi-
nancial progress of the group to-
ward its cause. Money for Colum-
bia Circle goes to the Columbia
Seminary in Decatur, Georgia for
repairs, scholarships and any oth-
er matters having to do with up-
keep and operation.
Special prayer time was led by
Mrs. Peggy Christian. The group
remembered in prayer several re-
cuperating from illness and op-
erations, some sick and those fam-
ilies community-wide bereaved, in-
cluding the Coldeweys and 0'-
Brians.
There was no old business and
discussion of new business follow-
ed mostly plans for the Decem-
ber Sunshine Basket.
The Bible study was presented
by Mrs. Peggy Christian. The study
was entitled, "The Church's Head-
Jesus Christ, Her Lord" taken


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University of Alabama, where she Has Yu rt
sorority.
m Auburn University, College of Mrs. W. S. Quarles and Mrs. C.
r of Kappa Alpha social fraternity G. Costin, Sr., were co-hostesses to
I fraternity, members of the W. "M. U. and all
27, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. ladies of the First Baptist Church
in town but all friends and rela- on Monday, December 14, at 7:30
P. M. when about 45 ladies gath-
ered for the annual Christmas
tions, "the hope of his calling, the party.
riches of his inheritance, the great- Mrs. L. W. Cox, W. M. U. Presi-
ness of his power." These themes dent, greeted the guests on arrival
are found throughout the entire and they were. seated in the den,
letter to the Ephesians and com- living room and dining room, which
mand our complete awe. were decorated in the yuletide
The closing thoughts were read motif, with a large Santa Claus
from Washington Irving Christmas seated near the fireplace in the
Papers and ended thus: "Christmas living room.
is celebration, and there is no cele- The Christmas story from Mat-
bration that compares with the rea- thew and Luke was read by Mrs.
lization of it's true meaning-with W. 0. Nichols and Mrs. Wesley
the, sudden stirring of the heart Ramsey named the missionaries on
that has extended itself toward the the calendar of prayer and offered
core of life. Then, only then, is it prayer for them. A shower of gifts
possible to grasp the significance to be sent to the Baptist Children's
of that 'first Christmas-to savor Home in Lakeland, Fla., were
in the inward ear the wild, sweet brought at this time.
music of the angel choir; to envi- Miss Willie Mae Giles was in
sion the star-struck sky, and charge of the entertainment. A
glimpse, behind the eyelids, the skit, "The Night Before Christmas"
day of light that fell athwart a dar- was portrayed by Miss Norma
kened path and changed the Hobbs, Miss Frances Spears and
world." Miss Patsy Lewis and was narrated
Mrs. W. K. Settlemire closed the by 'Miss Giles. Other games which
meeting with prayer. kept the guests laughing from be-
The group was gathered around ginning to end were presented by
a cheery, warm crackling fire and 'Mss Giles.
enjoyed delicious apple pie and Coffee, spiced tea, sandwiches,
coffee during the social time toge- fruit cake and nuts were served by


their. Numbers were drawn and
matched with Christmas packages
brought by all and the fellowship
was warm and sweet.

RUTH LAWRENCE CIRCLE
OF FIRST METHODIST WSCS
The Ruth Lawrence Circle of the
First Methodist W. S. C .S. met
Monday morning, December 13, in
the home of Mrs. J. Lamar Miller.
Mrs. Paul Blount read the devo-
tional, "Room in the Heart," which
was followed by 'scripture from
Luke 2:8-20, and the program en-
titled, "The Shepherds Returned."
Recorded Christmas carols were
played softly in the background
during the program.
Mrs. W. D. Jones conducted a
short business session, and the
meeting was closed with the W. S.
C. S. benediction.
The hostess served refreshments
to Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. W. D.
Jones, Mrs. J. B. Griffith, Mrs.
Ralph Swatts, Sr., Mrs. Hubert
Richards, Mrs. M. L. Parker and
Mrs. Paul Blount.
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy J. Huie, San
Diego, Calif., announce the birth of
a baby girl, Pollyann Carol, on De-
cember 6. The grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Thomas and
Mr. Marvin A. Huie of Port St. Joe.


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Visitors From California
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Taylor from
Cloverdale, Calif., were the recent


from Ephesians 1:15-23. This study guests of his brother and family,
of the power of God introduced Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Taylor.
some most overwhelming thoughts
recalled by Paul in his three peti- SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


Miss uarolyn Carr and Miss Giles.
On departing the guests express-
ed their thanks for a lovely eve-
ning and wished each one a merry
yuletide season.


NEED A CAREER?

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College can prepare you for a
profitable future.
Q. Why go to Alice's Beauty Col-
lege?
A. The answers to this question
S are numerous. To mention a
S few:
1. Modern facilities with the lat-
est beauty equipment.
2. A new total cost of $135.00
which tnoludes tuition, text
books, ieanut kit. etc. Monthly
payments avsilable.
3. Classes .purposefully held
small to insure Individual
training.
Q. Who may I contact for further
Information and interview?
A. The owner and director of
ALIC. S BEAUTY COLLEGE
is Mrs. Alice Melton, a mem-
ber of th Official Hair Fash-
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Halrdresso and Cosmotologist
Assn. andm winner of numerous
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competition. I r your future--
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Write or call or a. interview.

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TALLAHASSEE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1964


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Dr. Grace Tests

Kiwanis Spelling
Dr. Wesley Grace tested the
comprehension of the members of
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday by con-
ducting a "spelling bee" of words
found in the news recently. Most
of the words were taken from the
paper of Tuesday.
The comprehension of the club
members for what they read was
very good as only two or three
words were mis-spelled.
Prior to the spelling contest
President Bob Freeman reminded
the Kiwanians of the national ob-
jectives for the new year which
begins January 1. The new year is
the golden anniversary year of Ki-
wanis International. Freeman said
that Judge Robert McCrary, district
governor for next year would in-
stall new officers for the club on
January 5.
Guests of the club were Malcolm
Brown of Brent and Carla Herring,
Carol Wager, Herbert Smith and
Maurice Fuller of Port St. Joe High
School.

Long Avenue Choirs
To Present Program
The combined choirs of the Long
Avenue Baptist Church will pre-
sent their annual Christmas mu-
sic program Sunday afternoon at
5:00 p.m.
The program will feature num-
bers by the beginner choir, junior
choir and combined young people
and church choir.
Everyone is invited to attend.

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Miss Sandra Baxley has com-
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which will be an event of Satur-
day, December 19 at 7:00 p.m. in
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Miss Baxley and William M. Cha-
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their friends and relatives to at-
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their daughter, Patricia Duffene,
to Theodore E. Grabowski, son
of Mrs. Frances Grabowski of Lit-
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The First Baptist Church was
the scene of one of the loveliest
weddings of the season, when Miss
Linda Ernestine Tharpe, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tharpe,
and Harold Busby Keels, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Keels, all of
Port St. Joe were united in mar-
riage. The Rev. C. Bryon Smith of-
ficiated during the double ring
ceremony.
The altar was accented with
huge arrangements of white bridal
flowers, including chrysanthe-
mums, pompons and gladioli inter-
spersed with fern set in a back-
Sground of polished greenery. Fam-
Sily pews were designated by large
white satin bows. The white wed-
ding candles were beautifully dis-
played in four large candelabras
in the choir loft, with three can-
dles in each window with fern.
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, organist,
presented a program of pre-nup-
tial music as guests assembled, and
also accompanied Mrs. Virginia
Arnold, soloist, as she sang "Be-
cause,"' "Whither Thou Goest," and
"The Lord's Prayer" as the couple
knelt at the altar at the conclusion
of the ceremony.
The bride, given in marirage by
her father, wore a floor-length wed-
ding gown of French lace and silk
organza posed over bridal taffeta.
The folded bodice featured a high
neckline With long tapered lace
sleeves, terminating in calla points
at the wrist with tiny covered but-
tons. .Her veil; of silk illusion was
attached t',.'a headpiece fashioned
of lace, re-embroidered with tiny
pearls. She carried a white Bible
topped with an orchid, nestled ini
Lily of the Valley with silk ribbons
and' love knots as' streamers.
Mrs. Bill Rich, sister of the
bride, was her only attendant. She
was attired in a street length dress
of gold brocade. The fitted bodice
joined the snug waistline and fea.
tured a bell-shaped skirt of self


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Linda Kay Meachum, Joseph James

St. Clair Are Married In Stuart, Florida


The wedding of Miss Linda Kay
Meachum and Joseph James St.
Clair, Jr., was an event of Novem-
ber 21, 1964, in the Tropical Farms
Baptist Church, Stuart, Florida.
The Rev. Hubert D. White of Port
St. Joe, Florida, officiated during
the impressive candle-light double-
ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.


material. nShe wore a matching and Mrs. W. J. Talbert of Stuart,
head-piece accented by gold net and the bridegroom is the son of
and carried a nosegay of bronze Mr. and Mrs. J. J. St. Clair, Sr., of
mums with matching ribbons. Her Port St. Joe.
only jewelryxyas a strand of pearls, The interior of the church was
a gift of the bride, enhanced by the bridal setting. Two
Clifford Tharpe, Jr., brother of seven-branched candelabra with
the bride, was best man, with ush-


ers being Bill Rich, brother-in-law
of the bride; Earl Keels, uncle of
the groom; Tommy Williams and
Higdeon Swatts.
Mrs. Tharpe, mother of the bride,
chose sheath of pink wool, compli-
mented with black accessories, with
Mrs. Keels, the bridegroom's moth-
er, appearing in a dress of aqua
silk, with matching accessories, and
both mothers wore white rosebud
corsages.
Immediately following the cere-
mony a reception was given by the
bride's parents in the choir room
of the church which was artis-
tically decorated with bridal ar-

rangements. Mrs. C. D. Spears, aunt
of the bridegroom, greeted the
guests and presented them to the
receiving line, with the bride's
book being kept by Miss Frances
Spears, cousin of the bridegroom.
The bridal tables were beautiful
with white organza cloths over yel-
low. The huge wedding cake topped
with a miniature bride and groom,
after the initial cutting by the
bride and groom, was cut and
served by Mrs. E. H. Van Landing-
ham, life-long friend of bride, and
Miss Joe Ann Lapeyrouse. The
punch bowl beautifully decorated
%with-yello%\ mums and fern was


served by Miss Kitty Jones and
Miss Beth Williams, classmates of
the bride.
For traveling the bride wore a
tangerine wool knit, with brown
accessories.
Out of town guests included:
Mr .and Mrs. C. W. Myers, grand-
parents of the bride; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Myers, aunt and uncle of
the bride; and Eldon Ray Myers,
Misses Linda Black and Martha and
Erma Freeman, all of Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. Busby Bailey,
grandparents of the bridegroom,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cloud, all
of Blountstown.
Mr. and Mrs. George Keels, Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Messer, Marjorie
and Eloise; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keels
of Chattahoochee, and Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Stevens and Mrs. Estelle
Medley.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ayers and
daughter, Teressa, of Tallahassee;
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Keels of
Sneads, Miss Patricia Spears and
Miss Barbara Rodgmon of Mel-
bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Floyd
of Sylvester, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
James Bailey of Mulberry, Ga.,
Miss Joe Ann Laperouse and Miss
Kitty Jones of Orlando, Fla.


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burning cathedral tapers formed
an arch, which was flanked by tall
standards containing white glad-
ioli and ihums, accented with
palms and fern.
Mrs. Linnie Brennan, pianist,
presented a program of prenuptial
music as the guests assembled, in-
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THE STAR, Port ft. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1964
her brother, Robert Talbert, of Jen- Stanley Fulford and Jack Wallace
sen Beach, Florida, was radiant in of Stuart, Florida. David White of
I her gown of Peau de Soie design- Port St. Joe, Florida, served as best
ed with a fitted bodice which fea- man to the groom.
tured long pointed sleeves and a Mother of the bride was beauti-
high neckline. Touches of re-em- fully dressed in blue with compli-
broidered alencon lace with pearls mentary accessories, with a cor-
extended from the top of the mold- sage of pink carnations. The
ed bodice to the full length of the groom's mother was attired in blue
skirt. The back of the bodice was with matching accessories and wore
accented with covered buttons and a corsage of pink carnations.
a bow. The full skirt formed a A reception was held immedi-
chapel train at the back. Her veil ately following the wedding at the
of illusion was attached to a pill- home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tal-
box crown with re-embroidered lace bert. The bride's book was presid-
and pearls. She carried a small ed over by Mrs. Hubert D. White.
white Bible which was covered with The bride's table, which was over-


peau de soie and white lace and
had. a white orchid center with
carnations and ribbons of lace and
satin with loveknots. I,
Mrs. Ann Talbert, sister-in-law
of the bride, was chosen as matron
of honor. She was attired in a dress
of pink chiffon over pink taffeta,
with matching accessories and car-
ried a nosegay of pink carnations
with pink satin ribbons. The junior
bridesmaids were Margaret and
Diane Talbert, nieces of the bride.
They wore identical dresses of yel-
low organdy trimmed with white
lace, with headpieces of white rose-
buds and veil of yellow illusion.
They carried nosegays of yellow
carnations and yellow satin ribbons.
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laid with white, held the ornate
wedding cake embossed in all white
with miniature bride and groom.
Refreshments included punch and
dainty hors d'oeuvres.
The bride chose for her wedding
trip a dress of navy blue, trimmed
with white, with black patent ac-
cessories. For her corsage, she lift-
ed the orchid from her bouquet.
The bride attended Martin Coun-
ty High School and the groom is a
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and Cincinnati College of
Embalming. He is presently asso-
ciated with John's Funeral Home
of Stuart, Florida.
After a trip to South Florida, the
couple will be at home at 1012 In-
dian Town Road, Stuart, Florida.


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"a A I Sale and a Statement of Essential
Facts for this issue may be obtain-
ed from the undersigned, Secretary
Highland View, Florida. The right
to reject any and all bids is re-
OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE served. any and a bids is re-
$123,000.00 HIGHLAND VIEW WATER
HIGHLAND VIEW WATER AND AND SEWER DISTRICT,
SEWER DISTRICT By Grover L. Holland,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Secretary and Treasurer.
WATERWORKS SYSTEM Dec. 10-17
REVENUE BONDS ____________
DATED OCTOBER 1, 1964 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received by ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
the Highland View Water and Sealed Bids in Duplicate will be
Sewer District at the office of the received by the Board of Publi
District, up to 10:00 o'clock, A. M., Instruction of Gulf County, un to
Eastern Standard Time on Decem- 11:00 A. M., Jan. 12, 1965, at which
er 28, 1964. for the purchase *of time and place all bids will be pub-I
all or any of the hereinafter desig- licly opened ad read aloud be pub-
nated blocks of the Highland View they opened and read aloud for
Water and Sewer District,. Water- the construction of:
works System Revenue Bonds, to- Additions To
talking $123,000.00. (A) Washington School, Port St.
The bonds will be in the denom- Joe, Florida, Job No. 6413
nation of $1,000 each, will be dat- (B) Carver School, Wewahitcka,
ed October 1, 1964, and will bear Florida. Job No. 6415
interest at such rate or rates, not (C) Highland View School, High-
exceeding the legal rates herein- land View, Florida, Job No. 6412.
after set forth, as are specified in Washington School:
the successful bid. Interest is pay- Work on this project consists of
able semi-annually on April 1 and adding a Science Laboratory, One
October 1 in each year. Said bonds (1) Regular Class Room. Mechani-
shall mature serially on October.1 cal Equipment Room. Toilets, to-
of the following years and in the gether with connecting covered
following principal amounts: walkway. Electrical, Plumbing and
Year Amount Year Amount Heating to be connected into exist-
1967 $1,000 1986 $3,000 ing systems. Structure to be of
1968 1,000 1987 3,000 block walls, concrete rigid frames
1969 1,000 1988 3,000 and roof slabs.
1970 1,000 1989 4,000 Total Area Approximately 3,266
1971 1,000 1990 4,000 Sq. Feet.
1972 2,000 1991 4,000 Carver School:
Iq73 2,000 1992 4,000 Work on this project consists of
1974 2,000 1993 4,000 adding two (2) Regular Class
1975 2,000 1994 4,000 Rooms, Boiler Room and Storage
1976 2,000 1995 4,000 Room, also providing new Vinyl-
1977 2,000 1996 5,000 asbestos tile finished floor, Heating
1978 2,000 1997 5,000 and Lighting for existing. Two (2)
1979 2,000 1998 5,000 Regular Class Rooms. Heating con-
1980 2,000 1999 5,000 nected to new Boiler Room, Elec-
1981 3,000 2000 5,000 trical and Plumbing to connect
1982 3,000 2001 5,000 into existing system.
19R3 3,000 2002 6,000 Structure to be Block bearing
1984 3,000 2003 6,000 walls, with Porex deck on bulb
1985 3,000 2004 6,000 tees, secured to prestressed key-
Certain of these bonds are sub- stone joist.
ject to redemption prior to matur- Total Area Approximately 2,031
ity, the details of which may be se- Sq. Feet.
cured from the undersigned. Highland View School:
The bonds, which will be issued Work on this project consists of
to finance the cost of constructing adding one (1) Regular Class Room.
and establishing, operating and together with connecting covered
maintaining a new water system, walkway. Electrical, Plumbing and
including supply, treatment, stor- Heating to connect into existing
age, distribution and all necessary system.
appurtenant facilities, in the Dis- Structure to be concrete ripeid
trict (herein called the "System"), frames with 9" block exterior walls.
will be payable solely from and se- Total Area Approximately 1,091
cured by a prior lien upon and a Sq. Feet.
pledge of the net revenues derived The General Contractor shall fur-
from the operation of the system. nish all labor, materials and equip-
The bonds are subject to regis- ment, and shall be responsible f-r
tration as to principal only. the entire completion of the proj-
Bids will be considered on the ect.
following bases: Plans. Specifications and Con-
(1) All bonds of this issue at an tract Documents may be inspected
interest cost not greater t the office of the Owner or Archi-
than three and three-fourths :tect, and may be procured by Gen-
per centum (3 3%%) per an- eral Contractors from Norman P.
num; Gross, Architect, 423 West Beach
(2) Bonds maturing in the years Drive, Panama City, Florida, upon
1967 through 1974, inclusive, a deposit of $60.00. The full amount
at an interest cost not great- of the deposit will be returned to h
er than three and five- each General Contractor who sub-
eights pe rcentum (3 5/8%) mits a bid. All other deposits will
per annum; be refunded with a deduction of a
(3) Bonds maturing in the years cost of reproduction and delivery c
1975 through 1979, inclusive, of the documents, upon return of
at an interest cost not great- all documents in good condition
er than three and five- within less than ten (10) days after
eights per centum (3 5/8%) date of the opening of bids.
per annum; Subcontractors may obtain a I
(4) Bonds maturing in the years complete set of drawings and spe- I
1980 through 1984 inclusive, cifications at the cost of reproduc- 4
at .n interest cost not great-
er than three and five-
eights per centum (3 5/8%)
per annum;
(5) Bonds maturing in the years
1985 through 1989, inclusive,
at an interest cost not great- --
er than three and five-
eights per centum (3 5/8%)
per annum;
(6) Bonds maturing in the years /
1990 through 1994, inclusive,
at an interest cost not great-
er than three and three-
fourths per centum (3%%)
per annum;
(7) Bonds maturing in the years
1995 through 1999, inclusive, 7
at an interest cost not great-
er than three and three- -
fourths per cenitum (3%4%)
ner annum;
(8) Bonds maturing in the years
2000 through 2004, inclusive,
at an interest cost not great-
er than three and three-
fourths per centum (3%%)
per annum. .
The Housing and Home Finance
Agency (herein called the '"govern-
ment") has entered into a loan
agreement with Highland View
Water and Sewer District pursuant 1 -
to which it proposes to buy all the '
bonds at par plus accrued interest
at a three and five-eights per cen-
turn (3 5/8%) interest rate, provid-
ing no other bidder or bidders of- t S
fer to purchase all or any block of
the bonds on the terms indicated. .. i
The District desires to sell all the '
bonds. For the purpose of deter-
mining the lowest bidder, calcula- CHOCOLATE MILK
tions of net interest cost will ex-
elude the bid of the government. Delight the kids .
Bidders may name the interest fter-School snacks
rate or rates for each block of ater-school snacks
bonds or the entire issue in multi-
ples of 1/8 of 1/20 of 1%. Bids for ORANGE JUICE
the entire issue will be accorded ORANGE JUICE
preference over bids for individual Lip-smacking good!
or combined blocks, except where
the sum of the bids for all of the in C, the "sunshine
individual and/or combined blocks
results in a lower net interest cost EGGS TTE i
for the entire issue, and bids for EGGS, BUTTER, Cl
combined blocks less than the en- HALF & HALF, BUT
tire issue will be accorded prefer- mlet inof D
ence over bids for individual Complete Line of
blocks, except where the sum of Products
such individual blocks results in a
lower net interest cost for maxi-
mum number of maturities.


Except for the bid of the govern- .- .... ............u
ment, each bid must be accom- la "" '
panied by a Certified or Bank Cash-
ier's or Treasurer's Check in the
amount of 2% of the face value of
the bonds for which such bid is
submitted, payable to the order of
the District as a guarantee of good
faith.
The successful bidder will be fur-
nished, without cost, the legal
opinion of Messrs. Freeman, Rich-
ardson & Watson of Jacksonville,
Florida, approving the validity of Phone 639-2356 We
the bonds.
A copy of the Official Notice of


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Cadet George Duren
Is At Florida State
George W. Duren is at present
enrolled in the advanced program
of the Air Force Reserve Officer
Training Corps at the Florida State
University. He is Cadet Recruiting
Officer with the rank of Cadet First
Lieutenant. I
The four year AFROTC program
includes a variety of academic,
military and leadership subjects
designed to prepare the cadets for
their responsibilities as Air Force
officers. This program is the pri-
mary source of new Air Force offi-
cers.
Cadet Duren's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. W. Duren, reside at 115 Al-
len Memorial Way. Among Cadet
Duren's interests and extracurricu-
lar activities both in ROTC and in
other aspects of his college life
include: Pi Kappa Phi social fra-
torniey and Civil Air Patrol.
After obtaining a degree in Pre-
Business Law, Cadet Duren will be
commissioned a Second Lieutenant
in the U. S. Air Force Reserve.

tion and mailing, the amount of
which is not refundable.
Cashier's check, Certified check
or Bid Bond,- for not less than 5%
cf tha amount of the bid, must ac-
company each proposal.
Performance, Labor and Material
Bond and Workmen's Compensa-
tion Insurance will be required of
the successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any
or all proposals and waive techni-
calities.
No biddermay withdraw his bid
for a period of thirty (30) days
after date set for opening.
Bids will be taken separately, or
is combination of two schools, or
combination bid for all three (3).
The Board of Public Instruction,
Gulf County,
Wewahitchka, Florida.
Norman P. Gross, Architect,
'. 0. Box 2207,
'anama City, Florida.
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Seaman Recruit Gaston
At San Diego, Calif.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (FHTNC) -
Seaman Recruit Ollie Gaston, USN,
son of Mrs. Ludie Gaston of 186
Avenue D, Port St. Joe, Fla., be-
gan nine weeks of basic training
on Nov. 24 at the Recruit Training
Command, U. S. Naval Training
Center, San Diego, Calif.
During his early days of train-
ing he will receive a series of apti-
tude examinations to determine
which of the Navy's 65 specialty
fields he will enter on completion
of recruit training.
Physical fitness training, drill,
Naval customs and courtesies, water
survival, first aid, personal hy-
giene, marlinspike seamanship and
general naval orientation will high-
light the first three weeks of his
transition from civilian to military
life. The large-scale instruction
program at Recruit Training Com-
mand features both live instructors
and closed circuit television.
The Naval Training Center trains
68,000 sailors each year in its Re-
cruit Training and Service School
commands.

Tax Return Deadline
Is January 31, 1965
Laurie W. Tomlinson, District
Director of Internal Revenue, to-
day reminded Florida taxpayers that
January 31, 1965 is the deadline for
filing quarterly Federal excise tax
returns and quarterly returns of
income tax and social security taxes
withheld for the quarter ended De-
cember 31, 1964.
Mr. Tomlinson said that the In-
ternal Revenue Service will furnish-
pre-addressed returns to taxpayers
required to file, and requested that
the pre-addressed returns be used
so as to insure accurate posting to
the Service's Automatic Data Proc-
essing records. Mr. Tomlinson also
said that taxpayers liable for more
than $100 of excise or employment
taxes in any one month are re-
quired to deposit these funds in
either local authorized banks or a
Federal Reserve Bank and to ob-
tain a depositary receipt. The re-
turns due on or before January 31
should be accompanied by the de-
positary receipts and payment in
full for any balance due.
Mr. Tomlinson added that on
"Employer's Tax Guide," Circular
E, which contains a full discussion
of employment taxes and methods
of computing such taxes, may be
obtained without cost at any local
Internal Revenue office.









WT1E STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1964


















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Legal Adv.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
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
J. 0. Baggett, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
Notice. Each claim .': demand
must be in writing and must state
the place of residence and post C-
fice address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant,
his agent, of his attorney, or it
will become void according to law.
November 16, 1964.
/s/ ALMA BAGGETT,
Administratrix of the
estate of J. 0. Baggett,
deceased.
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
221 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
11-19-64


Nurses Study Stroke Patient Care
Pictured above is a demonstration at the Port St. Joe Mu
pal Hospital recently in the care and treatment of the stroke
ient. Shown above demonstrating on the patient, Mrs. W. H. Hom
s Miss Pat McMullen, Florida State Board of Health. Looking on
Mrs. Grace Lanning, program director for the Florida Heart A
:iation (left), Mrs. Roberta Harden, Gulf County Health Departm
behind Miss McMullen), Dr. Joe Hendrix, instructor and Miss Mini
McLane, Municipal Hospital administrator. The program. was sF
sored by the Florida Heart Association in conjunction with the F
da State Board of Health. ( ph


Bowling Lanes Pays Off
'Shown above is Jim Wilhem of the Saunier-Wilhem Comp
receiving a check for final payment for the alleys at the St.
Bowling Lanes from Wayne Smith, owner on December 5.
Mr. Smith express his sincere thanks to the bowling par
pants of Port St. Joe. (a


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FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish- GOOD USED TV's, Good selection. SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
ed house at 522 3rd St. Phone From $35.0 Oand up. St. Joe Ra- Buford Griffin, phone 229-3097
227-8642. tfc-12-17 dio. and TV. 228 Reid Ave. Phone' FOR SALE: Small upright piano.
227-4081. tfc 12-17 In good condition. Call 648-4163
FOR RENT: Nice two bedroom ap- or 648-9125.
artment. Close to town. Call 229- FOR SALE: Small 2 bedroom dwel-
4171. 2tp-12-3 ling at, Oak Grove. Also two- :OR SALE: Office machine ribbons
story .dwelling on 10th Street. See for all popular machines. $1.00
FOR RENT: At 119 Third Ave., Citizens' Federal Savings a'nd Loan The Star. Phone 227-3161.
Highland View, 3 bedroom house. Association. tfc
Plumbing, bath, water heater, car-- MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
port. $30.00 month to reliable par- FOR SALE: Three bedroom house. MOVING? Your MAYFLOWER
ty. See Whitfield, 881 Hayes, phone Hardwood floors, built in electric man is as near as your telephone.
227-3983 oro write Givens, Crystal appliances, built in heating system, Call 227-2011, SURPLUS SALES
Lake, Fla. (Also want good 250 chain link fence. 2 years old. For OF ST. JOE, across from the Post
gal. gas tank.) 4tp-12-3 information ncall 227-8341. tfc-22 Office. Local and Long Distance
Moving. Free Estimates.
HOUSE FOR SALE: Block house, 3
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom bedrooms, 1 baths, carport, WOOD WORKS Screen doors,
fur-nished apartment on 12th St. chain link fence, excellent condi- picture frames, cabinets, kitchen
Call 227-4261 days or 648-4600 eve- tion. 108 Westcott Circle or call sinks made to order. P. G. Hart,
nings and nights. tfc-11-5 229-3291. Phone 648-4223. tfc-2-13
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnih- FOR SALE by owner. House in East ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meet
ed. first floor apartment. Phone Point. 2 bedrooms, on a 100 x every Wednesday night, 8 p.mn
227-7761. tfc-11-19 200 ft. corner lot. C. T. Laws, 408 t Parish House, 309%/ 6th St. Port
Madison St., Oak Grove. Phone, Joe Fla. Phone 229-3 6 0 e"
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished 229-2781. 5tp-11-26 St Joe, Fla. Phone 229-3,36d fo-
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave- .i her information or write P. 0
nue. Phone 227-7421. tfc-10-1 LOT FOR SALE: Nice location, 75 L., 535.
x180'. Call 229-2971 after 4:45
FOR RENT: Business property on FOR SALE: Legl ruled pads. 25
Highway 98. With living quarters FOR RENT OR SALE: 2 bedroom FR SALE: Legal ruled pads. 25c
connected. Phone 229-1361. tfc-8-6 duple on Palm Blvd. Single dwel- eac" The Star. 227-'161.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on ling for sale, .2 bedrooms. Easy
Hunter Circle. See Fennon Tal- terms. Closing cost Only. Call Ce-
ley. tfc-12-3 cil G. Costin, Ir. tfc-11-26 NEED A PLUMBE
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, un- CAMP 'FOR 'SALE: 1961 55x10
furnished on St. Joe Bach. $60 Fleetwood trailer 3 :ber om on CALL BEAMAN
f e on S. Je lot complete with septic tank, 2" Piiimbing Instillation -
month. Inquire Jim Mapes, 648- deep well with 1 :hp. pump. Has Pumbing Installation -
3840. tfc-10-1 dock. Ldt has 'been built up. River Coritract Work A Sp-ci
front, ready 'to use. On Chipola Ri-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom front cot- ver Cutoff. Conitact Frank McDon-
tage with large porch. On St. aid, Phone'229-4731. 4tc-11-12 Agents for
Joe Beach. $35.00 week. Phone
648-3472. tfc-7-16 FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bedroom Brand Name Plumbing I
masojhry home. Located on Mar-
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom fur- vih Ave. Phone 229-4486. tfc-11-5 CALL US FOR FREE ESTIi
nished and one 3-bedroom fur-
nished houses at Beach. 2-bedrodom SALESMAN WANTED: Are you TWO EXPERIENCED PLU
furnished, 2-bedroom unfurnished looking for a good part-time or
and 1-bedroom furnished houses in full-time income in Gulf County or BEA A A li-U tl
Port St. Joe. Enquire at Smith's Port St. Joe. Many Rawleigh deal- DEAMAN rLUN
Pharmacy, Phone 227-5111. tfc ers earn $2.50 and up per hour.
See John E. Hewett, 512 Kraft Ave.
ROOM FOR RENT: Call John W. Panama City or write Rawleigh 1107 GARRISON AVE.
Brnwu. riluuue 9of-OY. -F'17 -1 -' WA T 1nn00- A ~lepIs- Jen. -- 'k)


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Bowling
Ralph Ward was the big gun on
Monday night with a big 556 ser-
ies. Wayne Smith was next with
a 533.
Ralph's series led Richards' Rai-
ders to a 3-1 victory over Scotts'
Strikers and moved them into first
place. Ward received a lot of help
from Al Shinn. The Strikers were
able to salvage one point because
of the fine bowling of captain
Frankie Scott. He had a 520 series.
13 Mile dropped into second
place due to their split with St.
Joe Lanes. 13 Mile was headed by
Buddy Ward and Douglas Hicks.
Smith and Martin were the big
guns for St. Joe Lanes. They also
had the high games for the night.
nici- Martin had a 212 and Smith a 211.
pa- Allen Sumner and Mike Munn
well, led a well balanced attack to a
are four game sweep of Vitro. Ruel
Lsso Whitehurst and John Hanson led
ient, the Vitro team with 527 and 503.
erva League Standings W L
pon- Richards' Raiders ------. 35 21
Flor- 13 Mile Oyster Co. .-.___ 34 22
oto) Vitro Services ----------30 26
St. Joe Bowling Lanes _- 26 30
Michigan Chemical ----. 25 31
Scotts' Strikers __--- 18 38
All sorts of things happened at
the Lanes Monday night. Richards'
Raiders moved into a first place
tie with 13 Mile Oyster Co. Ruel
Whitehurst rolled the third high
i series of the year-589; Vitro roll-
ed the second high team series of
the year-2,548; and Scott's Strik-
ers won a game after dropping ten
S straight.
|" tFaught, 530, and Richardson, 502,
paved the way for the Raiders as
they took four points from Michi-
gan Chemical. Joe Richards, seek-
ing to inspire his team, moved
From the anchor position to the
lead off man and rolled a big 489
I series. Grady Dean had a real fine
521 series to lead the Chemical
team.
Whitehurst, 589, Gay, 432, and
McClain, 515, led Vitro to a four
any, game shutout of the 13 Milers.
Joe Wayne Ward and Douglas Hicks
rolled their high series of the year
tici- to lead their team. Wayne had a
d,.) big 557 series.
The big news of the night came
on Lanes 5 and 6 where Johnny
Marshall and Frankie Scott led
their team in winning the first
game, However, the Lanes team,
led by Wayne Ernst and Jack Pizza,
took the remaining three points.
Captain Scott had a touch of the
flu and did not feel too well, so he
had no post game comments. He
did say, If the flu got the best of
him to be sure and send some
flowers."
League standings: W. L.
Richards' Raiders -------32 20
13 Mile Oyster Co. _- 32 20
Vitro Services -__--- 30 22
St. Joe Bowling Lanes _24 28
MA Michigan Chemical Co. __21 31
1 Scott's Strikers ---------17 35


Servicemen Covered
On Duty Travel
ST. PETERSBURG Melvin T.
Dixon, of the Florida Department
of Veterans Affairs, announced to-
day that under existing laws, serv-
icement are given portal to portal
protection for disability and death
benefits for diseases or injuries
sustained while proceeding to or
returning from extended active
duty.
In the case of active duty for
training (2 weeks training) or in-
active duty training (weekly or bi-
weekly drill or instructional train-
ing), portal to portal coverage was
provided for injuries which caue-
ed disability or death, but only for
periods of travel on and after Jan.
1, 1957. Dixon would like to call
to the attention of all potential
eligible veterans and widows that
Public Law 88-616 extended cover-
age for injuries causing disabili-
ties or death to periods prior to
Jan. 1, 1957.
Dixon further said that no gen-
eral review will be undertaken by
the Veterans Administration to
identify previously disallowed cases
which may be affected by this new
law, and only when a case is iden-
tified by routine review or upon
request of a claimant or his ac-
credited representative will action
be taken to pay the benefit. Dixon
suggests that any person thinking
the yare eligible should contact
their local veteran County Service
Officer, or write to him at P. 0.
Box 1437, St. Petersburg.

had a 399 series.
St. Joe Furniture won all four
games from Faye's Drive-In on
lanes 5 and 6. Wynell Burke was
high bowler for St. Joe Furniture
with 475. She had games of 154-
167-154. Evelyn Smith had 442 with
a high game of 178. Mary Brown
!rolled a 182 game and picked up
the 5-10 split. Jean Dennis had a
174 game. Zela Adams bowled high
for Faye's with 399. Ollie Neel add-
ed 386.
St. Joe Laundry won four games
from Florida National Bank on
lanes 7 and 8. Shirley Whitfield
was high for the victors with 430.
She had games of 158-134,138.
Brenda Perry rolled 359. Joy Nell
Davis bowled a 363 far the Bank
and Norma Hobbs had 359.
Standings: W. L.
Comforter's 33 14%
St. Joe Furniture ___- 37Y 14%
Nedley's 23 29
Faye's 23 29 :
St. Joe Laundry -- 23- 29
Florida Bank ---------22 292
Glidden 22Y2 29Y2
13 Mile 19 33


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and
GULF COUNTY LADIES LEAGUE
Neither Glidden nor Nedley's
Florist could be outdone as they iUmS
split for two games each on lanes
1 and 2 last week. Jean Stoufer was
high for Glidden with 406. Joan lowers
Myers had 394. Charlotte Nedley Vittum s Flowers
rolled 331 for Nedley's and Ann MEMBER FED
Tison had 310. 1017 Woodward Ave.
Comforter's won 2 games from MEMBER 2273046
13 Mile on lanes 3 and 4. Sue 'Moore Phone 227-3046
was high for Comforter's with 427. a-- --r .. .
Barbara Tharpe was real proud of -
her 421. Both of these girls con-
verted the 5-10 split. Billie Padgett
bowled high for 13 Mile with 422.
She had a high game of 179. Donna
Ward picked up the 3-7 split and
THERE WILL B... .... rn .
munication (;' .. .,1:e
No .111, F. & 'sit
and third Thui ..-' .t .


N. G. MARTIN, cW. M. ''-.-
b. L. BURGE, Secretary


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Joseph Chapter No. 56, R.A.M.
1st and 3rd Mondays. All visiting
companions welcome.
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JOHN C. DICKEY, Secretary


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